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H. M. MORRISS, No. 21 NORTH ELEVENTH STREET,

PHILADELPHIA,

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Presented by Mrs. Atterbury.
From Library of Rev. John G. Atterbury, D.D.

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The following are among testimonials received from the most eminent musicians: « Messrs. CARHART & NEEDAAM,

“GENTLEMEN :- I have examined the improvements you have recently made in your Organs, and consider them both important and admirable. Your Combination Swell’ produces the most perfect crescendo and diminuendo yet achieved upon this instrument, and the additional power of drawing on the stops one by one and taking them off by reverse action of the foot, is an improvement not to be over-estimated. The Octave Coupler' greatly increases the power and the brilliancy of the instrument, and the Novable Pedals' will be hailed by all who desire to practice pedal playing, as a most valuable and practical improvement. I cordially endorse their usefulness and excellence.

Very obediently yours,

“KARL FORMES."

“ Messrs. CARHART & NEEDHAM,

“Dear Sirs :-I am satisfied that your late additions to your Organs are positive improvements. You have obtained by your Combination Swell not only a gradual and beautiful crescendo and diminuendo, but also the facility of drawing on and taking off the stops one after the other. Every player will appreciate this. By arranging for

Movable Pedals' you add a new power to the Melodeon, which will be of immense advantage to all who are studying pedal playing, while your "Octave Coupler increases the quantity of tone, alınost equal to doubling the number of stops.

“I consider your reed stop, the Viol d'Amour, more pure and beautiful in quality than any reed stops I have ever heard. Yours, very truly,

“C. ANSCHUTZ."

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Over twenty styles of these instruments are made, among which may be selected, as giving an idea of their variety and power, the following:

CHURCH ORGANS.

Black Walnut Case. Oil Finish.
No. 1.-FIVE OCTAVES—THREE SETS OF REEDS AND Seven Stops, viz. : Diapason,
Flute, Principal (Divided), Bourdon, Clarinet, and Grand Organ.
Ditto, with Octave Coupler.

Black Walnut Case. Oil Finish.
No. 2.-FIVE OCTAVES-FOUR SETS OF REEDS AND TEN STOPs, viz. : Diapason, Flute,

Principal (Divided), Bassoon, Hautboy, Bourdon, Clarinet, Tremolo, and Grand
Organ.

Ditto, with Octave Coupler.

Black Walnut Case. Oil Finish.
No. 3.-FIVE OCTAVES-FIVE SETS OF REEDS AND Twelve Stops, viz.: Diapason,

Dulciana, Principal, Clarinet, one and a half Octaves of Pedal Base, Tremolo,
Pedal Coupler, and Grand Organ.

Ditto, with Octave Coupler.

Black Walnut Case. Oil Finishi,
No. 4.-FIVE OCTAVES-Sıx SETS OF REEDS, Two BANKS OF KEYS, AND THIRTEEN

Stops, viz.: Diapason, Principal, Dulciana Base, Dulciana Treble, Hautboy,
Clarinet, one and a half Octaves of Pedal Base, Pedal Coupler, Manual Coupler,
Tremolo and Forte.

Ditto, with Octave Coupler and Seven sets of Reeds.
No. 5.—FIVE OCTAVES—SEVEN SETS OF Reeds, Two Banks op Keys, and FOUR-

TEEN STOPs: Two Octaves of Pedal Base, Pedal and Octave Couplers. Black
Walnut Case, Organ Front. Oil Finish.

The same in Elaborate Case.

SCHOOL AND PARLOR ORGANS.
No. 8.-FOUR AND A HALF OCTAVES--Black Walnut Case. Oil Finish, with

Panels and Carved Ornaments.
The same, in Rosewood Grained Case.

Ditto, in Splendid Rosewood Case.
No. 9.-FIVE OCTAVES—Black Walnut Case, Oil Finish, with Panels and Carved

Ornaments.
The same, in Rosewood Grained Case.

Ditto, in Splendid Rosewood Case.
No. 10.-FIVE OCTAVES—Black Walnut Case. Oil Finish, with Panels and Carved

Ornaments, Octave Coupler, and Vox Humana Tremolo.

The same, in Splendid Rosewood Case.
No. 11.---FOUR AND A HALF OCTAVES-C Scale ending on G, for organ practice.

Black Walnut Case, Oil Finish, with Panels and Carved Ornaments, one and a

half Octaves of Pedal Base.
MELODEONS and REED ORGANS of any manufacture repaired, or
taken in exchange on purchase of new instruments.

H. M. MORRISS,
No. 21 North Eleventh Street, Philadelphia.

JAQUES BROTHERS, WINES,

ESTABLISHED 1839.

These wines are made with a special view to supplying a pure, unadulterated, and every way desirable article for the Communion Table, and for those who desire a medical wine. As such they are acknowledged to have given entire satisfaction during the many years since their introduction.

JAQUES BROTHERS, Washingtonville, Orange Co., N. Y.

TAKE YOUR CHOICE! We will send a $55 Sewing Machine, either Wheeler & Wilson, or Grover & Baker, to any person sending us the Names of EIGHTEEN NEW SUBSCRIBERS to the

NEW YORK OBSERVER,

with the money (863) for one year in advance.

We have sent away as Premiums more than Five Hundred of these Machines, and they give universal satisfaction.

The new Subscribers may be from one, or from various places.

ANOTHER OFFER.
Any person wishing to purchase a Wheeler & Wilson or a Grover & Baker
Sewing Machine, of any style, by ordering through us and sending us the price
of the Machine and $12 additional, will receive the Machine ordered, and a
Receipt for Sixteen Years' subscription to the OBSERVER.
Send by Check, Draft, or Post Office order.

Sample Copies and Circulars sent free.
TERMS.-$3.50 a year, in advance.
SIDNEY E. MORSE, Jr., & CO.,

37 Park Row, New York,

HEALTH WITHOUT MEDICINE OR MONEY!

HALL'S JOURNAL OF HEALTH.

PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY

DR. W. W. HALL,
No. 2 West Forty-Third Street, New York.

TERMS.-$1.50 per year.

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