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rCBUiUEU KVERT THURSDAY BT
FURNAS & LT2 ANNA,
js:3iJ Sloty Stickler's 3losk, tl&in Street,
TERMRi , : ''.
fjrotierear.lr pti.i in livjnce. - ' 2 00
if puid at ibe enduf 6m ruhg 2 50
, . . .. .. 12 . 3 ()a
!s iY 12 or m re will be f irpl hpU t $1 60 per
(ni!D. pryviJeJ ibccisb aecumpaules iL oiuer, not
i ., I i! ft? 12'
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"Free to Form and Reflate ALL t!iclr Domestic InslSlnllons In lliclr oini iray, snbjeet only to the Constltuiir.a ofths -Ur.!Ica States."
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BKOWNVILLE, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 18G1.
BUSINESS 0 A It D S.
JAMES S. BI'DEOKD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Miv.iT tVr."v.--.V:CLCf In (!j:ir.cc:y.
. --P.I'J'V.'NVILL'S. IT. T.
iilic I'cak, or iiut."
A . scnoi Mi;r
Jj:iiis:)i1 & ' JStrhoriih it
ATTORNEYS AT LAV.
- SMACmy.S IN CHANCERY,
C n" First 'ft nd Uain Streets,
IlroiViivtllc, - - ?;msl;:.
PIKES' PEAK GOLD!
will -fjeiv Pike Pe "lvj"r'
,,.nv ip .ii fln imt n1 PO "vci balance r -co.vi
.hi i Mini Clnr.i- re lial. In in va-en I
utMt Hi inte-i . eturu. -I lUe Culled itaies, MiC
ir Anv fBoe.
J HO.' E. C A R SO N .
BULLION AM) EXCIIlXGK CROXEL
B KO tt'S I' I LLC. .NEIIBASKA.
. ' ' ' nn?04
. ni?.; p. uwiN,
llivni" DirniViientlv located in
IiItO'.VN VII-LK,' NEBRASKA,
F..r theifwii. e .r Mdiinc ami Surerjr, ten-
OU.'f hi Iain Street.
DRY GOODS HOUSE.
Uo. 2LX, r.Ir.in otrcct,
3E0YHVILLB, II. T.
3. D2 S3 22 Oil 2" Si
ilre 1 n-i coii pleti-il ilnii in'w biiinci lioii'e vi
I. uii Siici'l, i.e-n l In- U.S. Iiiil (Un'(. in KriAViivii
!,ei c I hoy Live iciuil m ai at i-.iUt iii.j: uli l l.C iiion
.IV..1 ..llc t o i Hi .
Dry Goods, Provisions,
)l M I I Klll'ls.
FLOUR. CON FEC I' IONARI ES .
(i n j: c x a x n t i i:s vm i ts,
Choice LiqvorSy Cigars,
A nil a ''thousand and one," other luitijri- evryboiI.
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK
llr.iwnvilie, Apri' 26, ly
v not LAD AW M D.
,.rrmhi. rrie ii in Brownvilie an
A.. ,;.,i.uniiyiu it he Ui resumed the practice of
llcillclne, Suiicry, & Obstetrics
n I h .P'. Arict tteiti..n f. hUprofewlon.io receiy.
ihi ..nv.n. j.tr.m.Ee .e-eMMre oTtendod tohim. In
T. W. TIPTON,
Attorney at Law,
br o ir Jv r ille . v. t.
.Clocks; Watches & Jcwe
. M..th.'iiit(nii nf Bnwnvill'
0 . " : hu ...eatrd bim.el. h
rerrerVyihlnaiuat.'! bu.ine. which w,.
"1 . .'. ir.5,? "h HewiH4lo... all fcinda f re
'l' ''"..'I -V ....J iewclry. AU work -:.r-
pii iiii ii jiw..,, v3nlS!v
ra.m-1. ' , , - L
'. . .. ,rr.l,)U.A!)AT AI.i:XIS,MCDl.
4 . ka . II V 't'1 . M
Xi. I, City lluildingf,
Ni. tD rerl re-i.
Product and Uoiniiiissioii
it Il-tl KK BY PtU,HSSHN TO
P.woll l.'vv x Lt ii n. - - Si.J-frej.1.,
T'.fi" V K.rlcih, . " " 'ti
T S.J 0 - . -..
4-.:-'d vc.., - '
H i -i X 5 it
T- .i ' '
Life Insurance Company,
fneorporated ly ihf. Slaie of Connzciicvt.
Capital SJotk 200,000.
With lare and increiiMog u rp!u recti ptj,8cpure
ly investrd umlor the anetii n and ajiproval uf tic
Comptroller uf Public Aeccuutf.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
JAMES C. WA I.K'.FY. IVcM.lcr.t.
JOHN ,. UVCS, Vice President.
KM AS til LI.. Secretary
E. D. DICKKRMAN.Ocucral Ajent.
Alfred Gill, Daniel Phillip?, JnlinL-'Hunce,
K.P.t.l-et, J. A.llMtlcr, E. I. Di'-kprtrmn
N.W'heaton, Sam. C.it. Nelson Ilullistcr, J
Jaiuos Kj. W alklcy.
S.n. niresfrtrd.M I). ConnHing Physician.
A. S. lloMiiday.M l. M.-lk-iil Kuiiin.T.
Arp!ic.iiiDf received hx II. . h TUNAS. At;t.
R-tt ISrownvilii . .T.
AS Hit M'ain i nv ap.irojcl.ini f-.r i rapl :int it.
ee .c we c.ill at loni ii.n l T,cr i'i'iln Kna
Jr.-ers mid ethers ul.ius to tciuliy lLeirgmvi;c!
"iir tlKk of
Fruit and Onto tin ufal TnCs. Grtye Vine
SiinAibny, Iiosrs, cfc.
Also: all the le:idil:R v,n ioties of
Currants, (jo(-e! rrit-s. M;kU errie? .
Tnio Dclewaro Grapo Vines
?ItOPAGATI.D PEOU'THL OE1G1NAL
strong. Well-ranted One Yeor O'd Vine $1 ; Tiso
ienr old $t 3 lo . ui. A few ixfra lanje la ten
w.ltt bearing wood, &l lo i. Smaller tajert il to
ALSO fine vine of AllenV new white Hybrid Anna,
i'lura, Coiicrd C:in!oti. C.iMidy. Dial a, llerletiiiil,
I n l f..i ii. p. fie I. i-aii 1a NVir l.ili.i. J.-.ui-a, t)n
" i - Hebecra It urerfi. ui-w lij It idr fjy lot's Uu.iitl
l -K...I-ii Liiloli ill zo &.C.
Compile; ly iii'.im'h l).iai-are. wlih ahiindjnt One
ibroiis roo's carefflly p;icked in iimmi ciivt-lci;(l hi ,n
k and .cut isi paid, lu any .part ul the L'uiou, iu
ii ipt ol SI each
lnliell.iN 4iid Citawbii of one and "vn years' urcwtli
ri-ifii vinoh f r Grapprie It i.-pb."rrie.- illackberries
nr. 'vliornch. No . h 1 1 ul the luwei rates,
23" iiud f'.ra'-iicnlar.
OKD. V. CAypiiKI.r. Delaware, O.
Oct. IS, 1SC0. iil6-3ia.
57. "W. Seclfor!,
JJ 'UWJN V ILLI;, iNEUKASKA.
Main, Btfween Ltv.e and Fir at Streets.
Particular attention siven to flic
I'urc liasc and Sale oS'Kcal
Lis I air, iK!ariis:?r Coi
led ions unci
i'ayzsicnt ot" Taxes Tor IVon-Resi-
LAND W AliRAXTS FUIl SALE, frr enh and on
LAND WARRANTS LOCATED fo-Ea?ter:iCaj
rolirtH.on land.-" selected from personal exnminntion.
T.d a coinpli-tc Tnwnfliip Map, nlioirirt Stivnin
t'itnlier, Ac, forwarded vitli tlio Certificate of loca-
IJrownville.N.T. Jan. 3. 1SC1. tI
t ; .'-v it xt-z--
Jtas; !"i ri
' whii'h lii vp .1 I i-r -itck and e offpr lliom ve '
. r .r the F 1 1 1 Tr-ide lfil . ami w nt Ul rol i-.it i he -rile:
t th p wi liin; in im ih i-ii'.
Kiicl.iht- r.t.i m; an I .-cat I r C ir1..cijc ml P ice Li -i
KM ICS ,. KOlt I).
v5ii33-FvCii3 ()Ui. Xur-etip. T.led ,. O.
rOUNClE ni.FFFS 'IOWA.
Mv 17 l.'CO
' DENTAL SURGEON,
" n .. .r.-.l ,iiiii I1 it. i:r..M.ville. N. T t.-i
l'?ri. iii ' '' ' V-' f" ' "ninnnity.
All h'h f tr-i i-i .
J. D. N. THOIvIFSON,
JustlVc ..f tilt Wwv'v. aE(
" HROWWTIU... hlllUithJi
A... ice. Mhtf..- fi - l--r """;U ll Mju" V ,i
n ..w.riiln June 21-1. HjJ
A. - C O X ST A I5LC,
IMPORTER AXU IlKtLKR I M
IRON, STEEL, NAILS.
(iiSriV.S, M'iUXP, AXLES, FILE
Alio: Ha'js, Slices ana Hem Mull.
Third Street, between Felix and Edmond,
o TATrP TrCT7T IT in
. Which he net Is at St. Loui pricesfor cash.
Illaiheat "Price Paid for Scrap Iron.
December t, lS59.-ly. .
JACOB MA 1UI0N,
ilE'CHAtl . A'LO?,
Ih jut returned from St. Lvuis wiili uo entir
new i-toek cf .
.Of Good f..r lVn!.letnonV wear, wiiiih lie iri:.
tnnlic to order nt sWt notice, und in a in inucr !i
arrsnt to bo natisfaetnry.
HiKubK-k eor,Mst.-4 in Tt r.f.Llaek, colored it n.i
t'tted cloth ; Ll:w l-'f olrcd and mixed dK::Wiin
llvk, eolored. tao. y and mixed . dssiincrs ; fin
'titurky Jenn, Chei-kf, Uotfonmios ianeii5, ir:i
n'3 dm-k Satinn, Vf:-in, Hrnid.. Uatt..n, p..rl
. He return lii tbnnk .o I he pentletn'-n of t!ii-r-catid
vLinity fr th-.ir pnst liheral rron;i-p
n hirftfuliy invitos tlsnn to enll an-J t-xamiii
t; row stock. Ilu 'e-N eonf'd.Mit that in I he fu
1tre hi the jmst, he i!I bo uUo to i ve eulire at-
"vrnvulr, March 21. lS'Vlj
Lime ! Lime ! ! Lime ! ! !
t.'!'-' it! In' J'f " i P" r.i'-r r.n r-
Hisr.ilv on I.,- ' -. v-i r iTl'T .trUC'P ul
I ";' w..ich i.c i-ivite. t:.e a'tenti'.ii .f th-.s-e v i-t -'
Ti j,.rae -iH..ie;,-ortt! tt.tki'.n t,r at j.tiy
l".r P ..lit thi-jQUty, i.--!nirc1.
Oyer's Acaio Cure.
Johns & Grosley,
SOLK il AXri' CTL llT'li Oi'lllB lliritorED
1 T7 T ! T TT TT rp prtnTiTTVTn
e Cicajest and mn.il durable lloafuty
T IS FIRE.iXD IV. i TF.R PRO 01
Ir c in be applied ' new 1 -1 ..id r.xiii. .r :ii I kinds, hii
-t iiu'Ip r. is w r In 1:1 i I'm vim.'tl.P-l.l ii.ii
rticettst iioiiiy nie-t liii d cl Tin.
v.ziii is hvtc-o ns durable.
Gatla Pcrcha Ccmont
' -r p-C'prviij: ami rc.i.n, ine i in iti l i!u r inp'alr .ul
f -vii j 'le'Citi ii-ii, 1 1 ion i' ir c ! ictiy i . n r. in
-iroil by the c iiitrnc'i n and PxpatiKivii if metals, am.
Will not crack in cull or Run in warm
These mitpriai h.ive been th rniihly tested in Ne
'rk Hud .iii p:irts r the S ml, em mi.l ve-iiein Lite-
nd we can give ubundini proof vf all we claim itilhel-
Pnpr are readily app:icJ by ordinary ljborer at trill
NO I IF. AT IS 11EQUIRF.D."
77ie.sR mot'-riols arc. j 1 vp ready foi
is: anil jar Miirj nip; to all varfs of ..
''o mi fry, with full printed directions foi
Full deicriilirz circulars will be fnr--
iis'ica on apviicalii.i l.y mail, or in per
son, at cvr principal cfiics.
(Jppj&ite St. Xi.:hiN n tel ) X f.W YOTIC
JOHNS & CUOSLKY.
Feb. 23, 1S6I. AGEWT3 WAKTED. 6nio--
FU! 0 tIAMEMAL REES
Sraill Fruits Cultivated ar.d for S;i?e
AT TH R
OLIVE BRANCH NURSERY
Sixteen miles east of Cincinnati, .
CLERMONT COUNTY. OITIO
100.000 aUTLE TEEE5 4 TO 7 TZET IIIGII.
Ja-nlinx nurtrntt IiO.du per M .. regularly stirteu
o tbo trtde : reloeted, 10 (H) pi r huudred, retail.
I'caolie. 5l2.0'J fM-r hundred, retail.
1'lutn, 40 entd ea -h, ret.nl.
CLerrieit. 2i cen's emli. retail. -
Quince?, 2 j eonts cadi, rctMil.
t;(K).stberrie-. 73 eent j.i-r lr... TTonglitcn Sccdl,
1 Vn r .t ree. 4 0 ec n t- oto it . S 'a 1 1 J . i d . '
IVar trces,.0fii'e:'ih. Iv:ir'.
I.Ih-1' berries, J 1 .0.1 .er d zn. Liwton.
Str:iber'i". 2 ktM.
l.hulrirb. 5I1.(I(I per litind'rd. Linn.xn.
Th3 ahi.vc ii.nmd tret-n Mre li- w r..win lijon n
own ground-., smd vo emisid'T them v.-rr line. -1 1
ir..privt r'ii iittentimi ha's boe.i given fur. I lie Ii-
fiiteen veiri "aim nt rutin !v t' tho pn;i 'uU.ni "
Xurscrie , the enltivnt in and m irkei in.i of I'Vuit-
md durin ir this tii'i !. Ii;ivc undo I a mi-oiip.- t-
id'e.'t fr nil the m-Ht corm-l sources r.irictio.J cspe-
ia! led ti(!:pted I o li is film i tc.
All rder- ne.romjiatiu d by cn?t. at'enurtl t-
:in-tn;lly: and. if noee.-.-arv .delivered in Cincinnati-
i nd forwarded !' -o-1. t-x.-ppt mo lentto t h.irer
wlieu orders are b'jxed or bn'l. Allress.
W. C. DOLE,
.0!ivz Branch, Chtmoul co., 0.
PEASE & FOWLER,
BRO W N N I L LE. N I : H I! A 1 K A.
II ivp T,-.-itly !. '
d-: . :e r. ' t r.'r.ii.
New Eatiug Saloon.
l!iisocnrd a new Ettinj ll-otse on Main ptreei
n.wt, d.i.r to tLc U. S. Ltud OQcj in D.oh nvili.
CAN BE HAD
A T A I. Ia H O U 11 S.
AM kindof grtnia served tip a? d.sir-d, nt tli
ii"t test not ice.
()y.ipr.. Quails. Prnirin ChitKf ns.
Fi.-Ii, Vt-inxm. Pil., Cat s. Hyi
Cufl't'. Swvrt nii'l 15iiM.fr .
AIi!!. M.i.han.l Milk,
ill id Mich.
Como o.2a.cl Ooo Mo ! !
K. h. 7. I SC. .
211.Z!S lIa Si. ST. JOSKPiS R. 15.
KALI. A Hit A( K.M KXTS.
M r ni utr IV tin leaves St. Joseph at - - 6:00
Kve a tt ; T.-.tin le ivps tin - . C:iO
At J -tepti is -e uhed br the Western Sfase Line.
i is-ci Jer s ) ve iine i'i 1 'ire ii'P staainp l y thi route
liiy c .a lC'tions made af llnnibal with all"Eastein
m l io nhern it ii lroud atul Pjckcts.
.1 T D Ilvywooo, S ip't.. Ilaunical.
D C Sawin, General Agent, St. Joe
P H Gito.vT, G. Ticket Agent, HanTa
Tiieu. Hill. G. T. .Ag't, Bruunville
X..v.-ml.er 24. 1859.
Clincliins Horses Shoe Nails,
As I mice - pa? d through this town,
one i f my hurst ' thoes hci-amu loose,
ui el I went to the sho ot a Mimh named
LuVelace, to girl it fastened. The sho
was nearly uev, and h.td become Jooie in
CJnavijnence of the nails having' diawn
out of i he ho .f, al though iht-y had bet a
tiiuchtd in ihe manner universally prac
ticfd. Tlie tmith rtmarlctd ihai all ihe
oitif r shoes were loose, and would soon
drcp clT, when I requested hint to take
thetn nil" and replace them ; and then did
1 perceive ihe dillVrcnt mode, which he
adopted for fixing' them, which I will here
deiail. As fat as he drove the nails, he
he merely bent the points down to the
hoof, without, as is customary, twisting
them with the pincers ; these he then
drove home, clinching them against a heavy
pair of pincers, which were not made
very sharp; and after ihis had been very
carefully done, he twisted off each nail
as close as possible- to the hoof ; the pin
cers being thill, the nail would hold, so as
to get a perfect ixiit round before it sep
arated. These twists were then beateti
cioe to the hoof and filed smooth, but not
deep, or with -the view to rasp oif the
tvist of the nail.
"Oh ho V said ; I, "I have learned a
lesson in horse-shoeing."
4Yes." inid he, "and a valuable one ;
if I were ever to lose a single shoe in a
long day's hunt, I should hr.ve to shut up
my thop ; my -business 'is to shoe ihe
horses belonging to the hunt, and the los?
ot a shoe would, be ihe. probable ruin of
The disease known as "chords," is of
rheumatic uriin, and isruppo.ed to atfect,
dm fly, the fibrois coveriuurs of the mus
rles of ihe neck, cai.si.ig the animal to
have .hai is called still neck; which is
known I y his unwillingness to move the
pari in any direction. Like rheumatism
ir iuiulago in the human subject! il is a
very pamrul affection, aud Very soon af
fects the general htahh of ihe hor.se, so
as locaiue a feverish slate of the system,
known by quick" wiry pulie, &c.
Chords usually occur among animals
that inherit some peculiarity of constitu
tion favorable to ihe development of in
flammatory diseases: ihe exciiiug causes
are exposure to rain and cold, over-heating
and xhaustion. In s.ort, the disease
is most likely to appear at certain seasjns
of ihe year, when the circumstances
favorable for iis development are in full
Treatment : Give ihe patient two
drachms of nitrate of potass, night aud
morning, for a few days, and rub ;he af
fecttd parts with camphorated liniment,
twice daily. Wet packing is said to be
efficacious in the treatment of chords.
Cur. Jim. Stock Journal.
A Cheap Corn Coverer.
Last season I used an implement for
covering corn, which worued so well and
saved io much;labor, that I send a de
scription, which may benefit others. Dc
scription not quite clear.-Eo.
Make a very light frame, similar to a
shovel-plow; set ihe stock and beam at
right angles. Instead of a shovel, hae
a piece of iron about 6 inches square
fastened to the stock. When using, hitch
:i liiirK irnrlli nprlinrii n ihnn.aiwl rwitmd-s
i,..i t ,r ... f.t.,1 f r.,.!..t " it to a horse, and as he walks iti the fur
-K.nnlv l,.r,nH von ,!r.v hn,n nt'.d alter the cum has been .dropped.
1 .j ... j
.i ich ihu nails betore you iwict ihem
nil,"' said I. .
Yt h," replied he, ' by which I secure
The thing uas clmr as ihe light of day. V piaui irum six to eigni ace.
md I have several nines endeavored to V -ay be used on quite rough
press the cover into the mellow earth, and
it will gather sufficient to cover the irain
nicely. Lift it over ihe grains of corn
in each hill. With thi implement a man
make our shoeing smiths understand i:
but lh y can: ot see ihe udanUge it Would
be lo 1 ft tinsel ve. and t:us$, therelore, it
would never to in tt&e pails ; bui if my
Muiht-r 1.. nuers cannot see how it worus
v.h hah" ati ye, and have noi the reso-
hiiiun u get it pui in practice, ihey ought
to see the shoes drop I rum ihe feel ut
ilieir Imrses canv. u I once was accus-
rrotind. and will do belter work than can
be done with a hoe, in the most careful
han I s. Cor. Jim. Jlgricullut int.
Hungarian Grass Injurious to
A correspond. -nt of ih ? ft our try Gen
t'cwai , says thai a disease heretofore un
known has appeared anion,' horses in his
treat Age or a Ilcrsc.
Wilkes' Spirit of the Tim? gives an
account rf a small black Galloway, eleven
lianas high, which attained to the great
est aire of any horse of which we have
any record, lie was a resident of a small
village near Haddington, in Scotland.
He was foaltd in 1720, and at the time
of his death he was CD years old. More
over, he wa hale as well as old. A few
weeks before his death he trotted for sev
eral hours at the rate of seven or eight
miles'an ho::r, and fed well in his cats
and hay to the last.
A correspondent, who has had much
experience in such difficult matters, writes
to Wilkes Spirit of ihe Times, ihm by
rjoing into a stable or workshop, when on
fire, and harnessing ihe htr.es, he had
led them forth without difficulty. It being
unusual for horses to be taken unharness
ed from their stalls, it is probably one
reason of their being scared when drag
ged out thu3 in case of fire.
into Ft. Sufiipter.
not return tho lire.
There Las just lien iwo esI
Wor:ii3 In Horses.
The presence of worms, or parasites,
in the intestines of horses, is a sure pro'f
of derangement of th? digestive organs:
hence the best remedy you can make use
of for ihe purpose of ridding ihe system
of the horse of their presence, is as fol
lows: Powdered Popular Bark, 1
" Salt, y Equal parts.
Caraway fc'eeds, J
Mix the above ingredients together.
The dose is two ounces every other even
ing, to be incorporated in the food.
Cor. Jim. Stock Jourval.
....i ii n,.v in!.-.. ., nt. iirhburho d. which he ihiuks has been
J 'l i 1 lt .
in old lu.rse shoe al anv of the smith's, prouuceii t,y ittumg iiuu-arui,, gras
flops on the road, ami examine the tiin-'h
' tlie nails which have drawn out uf ihe
hoof. Und he will so-ni perceive how tin
lung oin-rates. In short, if ihe nail.-, nrr-
l.iven liome befure iwisting off, and the
inl torint d by ihe twi t, be not after
wards rem jV d by the ra.-p- I should I t
'lad lo bi told how iht shot-1 to com rip
u all, unless I y hrt c.iuiug out the iwisli
Farmers Calintf. -
hay. He says: I lu y very suddenly lose
entirely the use of ilu hind quarters, and
cannot stand al all. r our or my nnme-
late neighbors have each had u horse
attacked ihus ; two. of them are to-day
dead or dying, and one, after being iai d
I y a tackle and slung for awhile )s likely
in lecuVi r. It is a sinlieienl laci.tnai in
:ich ot thest; cases Hungarian hay has
b . ii fed exclusively, and it is confidently ffom a"rtliab;
Cuaiilestol, April 13.
Two of Mai. Anderson's magazines
exploded. Only occasional ?ho:s are fired
from Fi. Moultrie. The Morris Island
Battery is doing heavy work. li is
thought thai only two of ihe smaller mag
azines have exploded. The greatest ex
citement prevails. The wharves, stee
ples, and every available place is packed
with purple. The U. S. ships are in the
oiling lui haVeS!) !t aided Mai. Anderson.
It is now loo late to come over the bar,
as the lide is tbbiug. The ships appear
to be quietly at anchor; they have not
find a gun yet. The whole roof of the
barracks is one sheet of flame; shtlls
from Cummings Point, and Ft. Mouhri
are battering it over Ft. Sumpter iu quick-
succession. The Federal Fl?g ttill is
waving. Mai. Anderson is ouly occu
pied in putting out the fire. Every shot
on Ft. Sumpter seems to Itll sensibly.
The people are anxioudy looking for
Anderson lo strike his flag. It is staled
Good Whitewash for Indoors.
At the retitnsl of rnanv subscribers
wh hay nnt rad the prtvmus voiiunc-.
if t ie Jlgriculfurisf, we h.ere republi h
he directions tiiven two years since for
ihe ie4 whitewash we have ever used.
For a moderate sized house, say eight
rooms, about 33 lbs. Paris white, and 1
b. Lpsi white a hie are needed, xissoive
b -lievtd to be the cause of the disease
I luar of many other cases near here, be
sides ihese four, but always where lion
garian has been largely fed. My horsi s
have ha l nothing 1 ut straw- aud torn this
winter, ai d lire locking finely. I would
prefer oats to corn, however.
e source thai up to 10
thek to-day no one at Moultrie was kil
led. Eleven shots from Ft. Sumter have
struck the floating lattery r.eiow the wai
ter line. The few bhots firtd by Ander
son this morning early knocked the
cliimney from the officer's quarters at
Moulirie like the whirwind.
J'.v'i 1 H xs' Sc; f
i fc-fl .-5,4 r;. j II r i i.
:j CJO Stand ml Apple tree.', of the most hardy and
mi nr.ived varieties, three and '
f..nr yua.- "id, rr:ii Dve to per 100 n plOf.O
riht lert huh loi!t) $1J.00 ou.OU
i h eberries, ll-.ttsliUm 4 Ul
;ir.iwi ertie-, Ncc rinc, tr.o best
v.n iety kii'ivn . , f-0
McAvOry X- 1 7o
ien!iie Seedl'c Genesee, crimson 1.00
'.i ton "U kberry. per U-izcn $2 00
fnviiia Ral berry f0
iMafl' - " 6
tcl Hybrid Tie Plant, none bcttei4.00 15.30 25. CO
Victi.na " 6.00
twl D itch Currant, p. derea $1 00 6.00
diaek Xapies Curr'l " 2 00
ine year ,.ti apple seeuiinsi 3 Co
AIm. tiunioi viimoihpr artie'e? rontalned in liurseries
:enerally, lUSCs, Dahlias Plihxcs. .C .
A'MffM. K. K BA'TX,
Witfow Creek Lee Co , l'A
- 1 in IM-. r'.ir;,- ;t:. -.li!t a '-,.r
Tli' 1" v." ' k ' e'"i(-i'- : .!')' f-t
i'i-riciif.1. 1' I"- f h .ci:'.? t ' ?
,- a'l t.ii.i -1 wi.. fc-w-lr-e-. 30. 3 ir
70,000 APPLE TREES
AT FAIR VIEW NURSERY, HALF
A MILE WEST OF SIDNEY' IOWA.
Thec trees nro t! Inrc-t i f tin ir :' ti In f ur:d
n the State lliey Mread.ipt-.'u llioi il .in I dim u
2.Vt:0.1 I Tur dd trcc, 1st cuoit-c, 20 ceiits t-iieh
M 'Z' 15 eents ei'-li
4.).l!00 2 year old tree (t!icy arc nicennrs at 10
100 2 yenr old IToiiliton Seedling Gfocbtrrv.
nil !' frtut luid, 1 a m.-t en. h
Sua 2 ver old Kid Dutch Current?, full of fntit
"it.N. I b cent each
1001) I yeiirold Ked nnd WLi to Dutch Currant..
it I II eautji each "
IllO I v-!ir ld Concord lrnne Vines at 50 cent.
rti-h. t!ii. i t'oe fft knwn raj-o
!P0 lyenrold l-iabcilt Unq.c incs at 2a cents
Stnnd.ird nrid Dwnrf Pi'nrs nt 50 cl ei"'i
f;i tscli-mjr" f' r thenb-ve, I dl alc Wheat, and
r.mr at tin' Sidney in iret j.ri.-e. or Ji-urg Cuttle.
-.inner, Cuslt, or flow notes with ten per tent in-
Trrm present indention we will h:tve ft tret rnon
vnd thi ctluit wriidt n.ietout 0r -hard. will do will
eiiim nod sret trrf
Mnn-hH V.l. nV-tf I1KNKV V.'U) ' .
"Crdvclin?" Grapo Vines.
Ordr- l r Vn.c f t t.if" r U. d lirio i .;;
,.., iii-c. m.tini-d ly C.tr-ii w ill r.ee.r - r.,ii.l
. ( i. to n.
i:.,d .... rnifVii-c -. rn a h. - I '"Til.vn.
- ... . . i ... i .
... i - . .
i . i . -r- -ti, i vt ic i o.
(lernn's nnlv honrt is to hold nut fnr nil!
We lake the following excellent recipe from lhc sb TwQ sh are maI.in
for protecting animals against ihe lorture ,n towards Morris Island with a view 10
the glue in hoi water; also make a thick 0f flies and insects from the American land troops and silence the batteries. Ft.
wash with the Paris white aud hoi water, stock Journal: Sumter is undoubitdly on fire ; the flam-.-s
and add the dissolved Hue and sufficient
water to make the wash of the proper
consistence. As ihe mass stiffens over
ni-'ht, it is belter to mix each morning
what is wanted during the day. If left
over night, warm, or add hot water to
make il limpid.
Tlie Paris white is chalk cleansed from
its impurities, and is only a very pure
whiting better lhan is ordinarily used for
making putty. We use the Copper glue,
vrhich is considered the besi here, but any
"ood while zuv will answer. It costs here
50 cents per lb. at retail, and the Paris
white 3 cents per lb. Jioth articles can
Take of uv.lnui leaves, and the leaves!
of lobelia; of each four ounces; add one
gallon of poiling water; let the mixture
stand until cool : ;hen exrress the fluid
through colton cloth, aud add four ounces
of the ;incicre of aloes.
Apply a small quantity of this corn-
pound djiily, to ihe surface of the body,
by means of a sponge.
are raging all around it. Mai. Ander
son has thrown out a raft loaded with
men who are passing up buckets of w ater
to extinguish the flames. The fort is
scarcely discernable ; the men upon the
rafts are now objects of fire, r mm the
island, with glasses, balls can le setn
skipping over ihe water, striking the
mutilated roft. Greal havoc is created
among the poor fellows.
It is supposed that Maj. Anderson is
CnAr.LrsTor, Af ril 13, r. r.
The Ftderal lhrg was again LeLtod
over Sumter, when a a mrsji'i ger with
a flag of truce wen: to th-? fort, n u fst
minutes ihe federal flig-wai cg tin drawn,"
down by Major Anderson, anJ th. while,
flag again unfuried. -
(Jll A RLE373T, April 13. '
Ft. Sumpter has iurrendere J; e con
federate flag floats over its wails; r.cn-3
of the gjrrisjn cr confederate troop3 ar
hurt. Gen. 13-jaurgard as just g;nc to
Ft Sumter, also three fire companies I)
queuch the fire before it rta.hesthe mgi
zinc. The people are will with joy. Xo
Carolinians were hurt. 12'JO J shots wera
fired altogether. Anderson and his men
were conveyed to Morris I.-l:i::d under
guard. Major Andersen has reached th3
cny ihe guesi of Gen Doaurejard. Th3
people sympathise with AniJerscn bet ah
hor those in the steamers in sight, who
did not even attempt lo reinforce htm.
Thsi wood work and efneers quarters cf
Fi Sumter are all burnt, and no oilmen
were wounded. The Fort was take pc
session cf to night. ;
Mo.NTcosrxar, April 13. '
Maj Chambers has arrived tringirj
Lieui Worden, of the federal navy, as a
a prisoner of war from Pensacola ; ho
was bearer of dispatches to Ft Pickens.
Guns have teen fired here trr.id great re
joicing in honor of victory.
Wasiiisctos, April 13. ,
The war no.vs h read with feelings cf
regret, there is no excitement, but tL-i
present mournful nevrs creates a ge-eraT
feeling of depression. '
Cincinnati, April 13..; '
There is great excitement throughout
the city, and busiuess is consequently neg
lected. Balt:?:ci:e, April 13.
A man made his appearance iu lhu'city
this morning with a stc.v-;ion cockade t;n
bin head, he was pursued by it crowd a:i
had to be proteettid by the police, intense
excitement prevails and there is great
anxiety to learn the newsfro.n Charleston
N. 0r.LE.i5s, Arril 13. ,
. A grand muster cf the cny volunteer
companies nvas made this morning. ' Pre
parations are making to defend iho Mis
sissippi In the best posoitl? mjnr.tr.
Nashville, Aphl 12.
There is much enthusiasm, at a public
meeting resolution were unanimously ad
opted condemning the adiuinistraticn fgr
the present state of uflairs and sympa
thizing with the South, Zoo.ler and others
SI,- Will or Qrnlt n-rnlo Tho rfl m nf
mankind would perish did we case to help grauua y oiow.ug up ice ion ne oc-
cach other. From the time that the ""jr ' rtsuu- laJl 11
mother binds the child's head, till me mo- ?anes e f rem all the port
.1,0. t,0 tin.i nstkti.ni -inPQ ih.P holes, fhe d istruction of 1 1. Sumter is
tie obtained in a.mosi every en v u. n...yc-. , . frnm ,u0 i,rn... nf thn dvin-r mevuauie. rour vessels, mo ot mem
The above makes an excellent white- ' .... . . , A.r larg
c- - -57;.
lr-T-.-'l o !!.
t, :i' 11 t ki.i.ii r i.r '("''i
r-m--i at 0 r.t"ti i C" l
wash, cleau and white, anl not easily
rubbed ofl. - Its first cjsi is more than
lime wash, but it is durable, and for nice
rooms it is far preferable.
Ticks on Sbccp.
A correspondent of the Country Gen
tleman thinks the most sure means or
keepin" lice off of cattle, and ticks from
hern. 1 to keep ir.em wen. lie gives
his experience as follows:
bome twelve ytars suce 1 ogana new
fl.ck of sh.w p, by the purcbasH of 20 hi ad
rem u large fluck that were in rather
uior condition. I fitf d a loose stal l-
with bojrdsand floor, in which ihey w-ie
ent nl 'htsnnd stormy days, having beards
mug tu hinges al ine sides, mat couui De
. I . l ..m r.. .1
opciitd nnu sliut a pie;istuc, mi mr pur-.
lose of -veiiiilation. lne res'iit was, my
shei n 'Mined all winter hunt grain of
1 c ...
my kind, or roots-, ami in tne spring iiui
1 tick- was seen on any of them. Such
las been my practice from ihat time to the
. 1 . 1
present, and some ytars nave wmu reu
r-ig-iy commonly about. fony or fifty
have never fed any oil meal, and Iiav.
never seen a tick on either sheep or lamb
during the whole of that time. I think
the doctrine of prpiection irom cold, wet
1. tin in bit.' loll winter and spring.
With LOtl.are Ui.d k p ill .MtllCi!
all ihr 11. k in A neric i. An . xp n n
tif twelve year.- is .-u t.f c ry ' ts a
I , ,1 X.ivv n tl.e tnii;! lor ih se li.a. vv a;ne-s.
raise licks and wish t gyt rid .if th n
10 pr p ireshelu r for iheif she p. and s
th 1 1 tin v are tak ii an; ;
I . 1
we cannot exist without mutual help. All. -VrSe, steamers, arc m signt over ire car.
therefore, thai need aid have a right t0 e largest ot tnem appear? to oe engag-
askiiof their fellow mortals, and no one, In- -Horns isianu. ine names iiave
wl.o has it in his power to grant, can re- n.ey sucsiueu in oumj.ier. but Major
fuse without incurring guilt. Auuerson uoes no; ure any guns. uen.
oeuuregatu icii ine uuu jusi now in u
boat for Morris Island. The excitement
is if anything inert asing.
A letter from S. 13. Paylestcn, dated at
"Moultrie, G o'clock r. m ," says, not n
man was killed or wounded. The iron
This salad is easily raised wherever
there is a well or pump. Take seven
flooring board's, and make a tank four feet
wide ami one dep ; pitch ihe seams, and battery had been da-naged
ink 111 ihe earth ; fill with oort soil, and cannon of the battery did greet eection
set lints. Run in all sp.lt water. on Sumt-r. arid were all aitn-d ieto An-
I have raised it 111 ibis way for three rr.Min'. port holes. Three of Sumter's
y.-urs. a ht d 1 f the above.size furni hing gun were dismounted, one of which was
an ample supply. Ihe last two ytars 1 ten inch callender. The cannon of Fort
ashed it, and cut from 1st of May until Sumter opposite Moultrie was knocked
the middle of December. Il should have off.
a warm aspect, to get it in bearing early, The steamers Water Witch. Mohawk.
but is better snaded by an arbor ot beans, and Pawne.e, it was ihcught, were ihe
three first vessels seen in the oiling
Another correspondent says the bom
tardnunt has closed; Major Anderson
ha? hauled down the stars and strings
A "bumptious traveler overtaking an and displayed a white flag, which has
old Preslyu rial minister, whose nig was bsen answer-id frcrn the City. A teat 13
on the way to Sumter. The breach' s
addressed the meeting.
Lancasteh, Pa., April 13. :
The stars and strip ja are displayed ia
honor of Maj Andersjn, ihu Vuluufjcri
are being drilled.
Motrin, April 13. :
There is great excitement here, the?
people are gathered together in gre it
crowds, can 3011 5, rockets, bonfires, 1:1 'isic
and speeches are the order cf the crca-
PniLADrLrniA, April 13. -;
War feeing is rampant, pjuHe tva iv
credulous alout th burner iicito, rt'gi-
gemts of miiiiia will Le ready to march
in a few days.
New Yonr, April 13. .
The Government 13 said to havj char
tered the steamships Philadelphia nn.i
Anderson, the former is being rarii.u
nueu wan proisions, army iiors. ar.d
munitions of war, the other is to Le L-id
in reserve for any emergency. 7
Nor.rOLK, Va.. April 13.
Orders have been received tola cut tie
frigate Merrimac imim-.diately.. , . ,
Montgomery, April 13.
Gen Beauregard telegraphed to th2
Sec of War last night that there had beta
hea.-y firing all day Friday, that. four
guns at Fi S. nn-er had been dismantled,
that the Confederate latteries wtroa.il"
safe, that nobody was uurt. lint -1 stcr;:i
ers were cfl' the lr, and that ti e r a
was quite rough. Nothing, cf tj-d;ys
date lus been receied by thj Vt'u;
partment from Chari-.'sion. '
IIalafa::, N. S. April 13. .
The news of the bombardment cai-jci
a profound sensation. The Leg. (a-sj
a resolution that th-y h.t'J heard wit'
deep regret of the war among ntighhjrJ,
ami without expressing an opinion prycia
were ciicreu lor reconciliation.' '
, It I .
squasli, etc., in Juiy an-i icgut, or me
sun is opt to cook it. Cor. Jim. Slock
A. W.x NT;; S IV.
J uiiceua, l.'.s.
.in ni.it :
. f -hi re h--lrd v.ily
, . . 1 , , .1. 1 klnniix. :i 1 il 11 II iV ill Lu si e. - u.. a
U A. TKIIUT,
much fatigued, quizzed ihe old gentleman
upon his "turn out."
'A ijicsj hcrse yours, doctor ! very
valuille bast that but what r;iakes him
a.' hi t;iil so. do 'tr ?"'
Why. as yioi have, its' e1 m, I will
t I y mi. Ii i !or sh' .-urn ici.-nn ma'
y i.r i) .u w.igj so a orti.-f i.atu al
i leuit is my experience.
lit - i
n v v
I v ;
w..ii'.d retain a fr h l I ag
,:iur.i ;i .c . iu:- ! ve, a: d
t i-.erful a. id kin Jv . tveu as
1 1 . C ' I ,
maoe in fori oumter are on trie side op
posite to Cummings print. Two of ih
port holes are knocked in, ar.d ihe wail
fro. u ihe 1 p is lU'mlli.'g Thr. e s
srls, mi- t.f them a lirge sized st-atn- r.
are o er ih-- b ir, a:,d s,. em to b' pr jr
mg 1. 1 1 a; titip He in ih.- toi-hict Tin
fir.- .if Mi rris I -bind, and Mou'tiie is
tliridi d b'.wt t n Si.mti-r and the slops o!
war. 'Ihe ship-have not yitop. n l fir
oii CI ar cston 'I hi la'.t. r.es'f Sidlnan's
I-lani. C -mn'ii'gs Pdnt and U S. es
:tL lattery ure pouring wis ai.d uLdlal ii.h, c:i the Uu'.
Bjstox. April 13. ';
The wor news frcrn Charleston crta:c"5
profound sensation iu this city and"
roughout the State. The general -;i.
tiineni is that the Federal Government is
right and shall le stiitaincd. ThA ij't
Gei.er..!s office as crw h d with r,::za3
of the Slate Miiiiia cisring their c;d
mands to the Government. - ..
St. Locis, April lo. ;'
Later accounts confirm th-3 surrender
of Ft. Sum tor.
St. Loci", April 1J. -Still
later cccount3 confirm the surrend
er of Ft Sumter. Tru; Carclmiar.s ' are
surprised that the fight i ever. ' ;
Soon after ihe flag staff wr.s shot cr?r
Vigfall was sent by U.-a irpgurd to Si:.7t-:r
to offer a.nlrtar.c
with a white Cig
subdue the flamei. Ar. iorscn rer-li ihtit
he had just di-fhiycd a whit-? hag l it th';
I attunes had i.ot -A', pp. d firing. Wigf::il
trp!i. that Ar.d. rs-. n phi-t -.-.. J J.,;ri
the Ann-ricin flag, i tn r. i,d r, . r fig.'.r was
the w-.r.l. M.-n 'A;.'.!rc:i :f;. ti "hit;! -d
I t n
IH'1" '!! I
T I 1 t
1 i: m- t 1.1
not or no:,! not
r !,n;j"r :i e s?-s-r- ,: - r 1
j 1 1-n.i -j 1.
.! r-.i. .. '.. : ...
. -t lo'.
a d hi., m w--e o !i i'..r.- ar .-.'.'ht
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