Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882, January 02, 1862, Image 3
rADVERnSER. EEQ1VKV1LLE; JAN. 2, S62. "xTo c jl a,. ToyTcok & CO. AfsUlliAOiH IN , ,.- iffFriBtics Material of all Kinds fc Li Buildings, New Tori, and Brown's lroi rf authorised Agents tor tha farmer and Advertiser. -Truicn & aihiott, J srtx'Kftoas to n o xlt, rM States and Fcrrign Newspaper . BROADWAY, NEW YORK. S' uertihtthf "NKBRA.SEA. ADVtl- .FABJCK&.' --:n. ARnU in St. Louis. Vewra. jrorli .Do,oohc. General Advertising, U'.ndComnsiMion XiUJti, 45 Olive St. Low., c ' n'v mrriwt aalverttMmenis lor oom &.wr u"f:'arr' and collect tills for iteaame. ILI VfltT roa THE ADTIiTIIIl AKD f4' .K Havit,F.ij. U urrerular au I' eling Agf0l for the .advertiser and Fcr H. will shortly visit the Eaitern cities for the '0f procuring advertialnf patron- He is ft .bnrifej to contract and ue our name in basi " iT Vijn cooMcieJ with our publications. Ja) backing. $t forbear publishing any rumors i3UlJiyhafcers this week. There are -pi of reports from every direction, 'onh south' an1 easl and wesL .Vhat ear one come' lile Dexl in t differed shape, oris entirely con tradicted. lie Acti-Jayhawk company from this vicinity. ave in lhe lasl few days laken cr eight horses, that were left at different places by the Jayhawkers. We k!:ee they intend communicating with Grn Hjr.ter as to their dispos-al. We brre this company will not do anything contrary o law. belt -protection or lire tiA jTcpr.-v is of enwr? justifiable ; but ih r- a rm-tixne" danger of parties who 0rcsu;z-l inoVpnd.nt of law, going w -nrtoits. . Evt-ry tympany of Jay fcaukers in the Wrt as organized, erovtd'.y. to riht some evil ne band of Jiyiiawkrs, has hem organized to put d.iwn aathe., and a third land to pit din tlit? second. Th-re are at least sirre hands of . Jayhawkers who travel Crouch this county, each company charging the other with being mere lhieves. We do not think the Anti-Jay-tawlers here hare done anything con trary to law; we hope they will continue to exercise due caution in all 'heir ac tions. There is a difference of opinion among the citizens of this county as to what is right and expedient. What stems to be a perfectly clear line of duty with some, is doubted by others. Since we commenced writing the above, we Lave been shown a letter from Gen. Hunter's 'Headquarters, received by a committee of citizens in this town. The letter is too long for publication, but we extract the following order requiring the citizens to organize for self-protection: E iixr a bt Fa , Dtrr. or Kahas, iuT AJkAVESWOKTH, ft. December 2i Large reinforcements have been or c"ered hitherward, some being already on the nay; and on their arrival, due pro vision will be made for the object set forth in vour communication. In the meantime the constituency which, as a committee you represent, must or ganize for mutual protection and support. Tour letter is filed away for attention at the earliest possible moment, consistent wiiii ether needs of the public service, Most Respectfully, Chas. G. Halfinje, Maj. & A. A. G. HHAS, 1 Kansas. V 27th, 1881.) Tar Atlasic Mojjthlt. The Jan uary number of this excellent periodical has been received. It is considered by those who have read it, to he superior to any that Lave preceeded it. The At lantic Las acquired an enviable reputation See the Advertisement in to-day's pa per, of Fruit Trees by C. D. Stephens, Mend eta, Lasalle county. 111. Verry Aldridge, cf the "Pleasant Ridge Nursery, Arispe, Bureau county, 111., offers Fruit and Ornamental Trees for sale very cheap for cash. New Years in this place was not so "bright and gay" as was "Merry Christ mas." There was little here to enliven or cheer. The gloom of the elements seemed to pervade the minds of all our citizens. Just as we go to press, we learn from the latest telegraphic news that Messrs. Mason and Slidell have been surrender ed to the British Government, on the ground that by so doing we are adher ing to a principle which has been coo tended for by the American Government, ever since 1S12. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS FUxY FOR THE MILLIOX. Fun for the Family! fUJT FOR THF RAILROAD. FUN FOR TOE STEAMBOAT! NICK-N.Xr All Crrat ion is the most amusing r.d ,X-n-iv'ly gotten un.u well as the, cheapen Comic ; aGazimi now j ut lit)d in theworlJ. t h cumcer contain; Thirty !'i of tnat'er. and fa. in Sist to Ninet j 1'ii.turt -a!I ;Le con tenU being it a rich, tumorous cn rcU-r MlK-iXbu att- &inxl it fourth year, and is prowing in popularity u a jret favorite witn all e;K.se4 fathers and tnotb-T !on and dangbtrs s n -cit contain norL- nir that may not be read a'.oud many family circle It is the PublisWs dsiro to make it especially FUN FOB THE FAMILY. One of it features i the Prize Putzln Depart ment. The Fublm-ri hire dinbut-J dannz the j.t IB mnnrh tunn them who hw9 solrei the Iuz7.1. G Id H?n inl nlu ibld Bo k which hye bd tt.e toiidfucy to make tne competition earneit aid rating. In f take it nl!"in aM n more am'in sheet for the family vilhige-library cr batel rtading-ryom or to begu ile the tedious hour of travel in cat cr t-Uam boat oan be found any where. Terms One copy one year SI 00 rive, copies to one addres ) 4 00 lottmators and others who my wi?b loeneao in obtaining urcriptin win nnatuis anezcei est opprtunity a fir t rate inducements will be given them. Itf.A. LETISOX. Room 29 No 119 Nassau-st N. Y. ,Newipapers inertinst the abeve(inolading vu-o j . -k. r j v o i 1 ing it editorial notice will be entitled te ao exchange for a year on forwarding copy with advertisement marked to theMCK-NAX oCoe. it 50 00 With number 80, Vanity Fair" commenced Fourth Volume. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy one year Postage unpaid paid.-., i Two Copies one year(to one i Jress jPoelage paid . i" Five Copies one year(to or- address Postage unpaid ' 10 00 One Copy one year a'- Worcester's Quarto DictlOi-arv lt- unpuid o DO B )I'M VUl.l.Ml-:fS. Sinde Yoluujo PoUge ti4 00 Three Votume (1 ? and 3 ) ' u Three Volume to Califyrnia)" " Three Volumes and a copy of paper one year books prejwid only Tbreo Volumes and copy of papejone ycar(to Lalifornta books prepaid ony 00 0'J 7 00 8 00 OUR GREAT A late number of the Kansas Chitf alludes to an instance where men through malice had procured the jayhawking of their neighbors, on the false charge that they . were traitors. There is danger wherever jayhawking is carried on that mistakes of this kind will be committed. Jayhawkers, when they go to a strange neighborhood, must depend upon hear y. There are persons bre who are charged with being traitors or secession ists, whom we firmly believe to be honeM and earnest Union men. An instance "f thi.i kiud occurred on Tuesday. Sheriff Colt man, while in Nemaha City, W ariuted by C'levtUnd with three other mei, who charged him with being j a traitor, threatened his lifn, and detained inm in their possessinn for several hours. Coleman denied the charge of beiug a traitor but Cleveland replied that men in Nemaha had said he was and would tell him so to his teeth. This was in pres ence of numerous citizens, who remained eilent listeners to this conversation. From our acquaintance with Coleman we ere satisfied he is as sound a Union man as any in this county; and we think it was the duty of those present at Nemaha City, unless they had reason to believe otherwise, to Lave "spoken out" if Cole man was wrongfully accused in their presence. ' GoDEf'a Ladt's Book for January, 1S62, is received. It - contains sixty en gravings; three steel plates, over 100 pagesi sixty-five ankles, and double ex ttasioa Fashion plate, containing cine Cures. The original designs in this No "Our Father, who art in Hearen," by &at celebrated artiste, Mrs. Lilly, Mar Spencer; the other, "A Slow Coach," lre very fine. Among the ladies, Godey k no rival. To any one sending u fl for thrte supscrip tc Vanity Fair for one year( one subscription for three year ) we will preneui a splendid copy of WORCESTER'S ILLUSTRATED Q UAR TO DICTIOXAR Y whioh is published ai 87,60. Remittances must be made in Gold New York or Eastern Currency or other Currency at New York dar. Seal all letters securely and addreM pUinly to LOUIS II. (TFIJ1KNS Publisher for Proprietor No 100 Nassau street New York. THE NATIONAL POLICE GAZETTE. GEORGE W. MATSELL & CO. Editors and Proprietors. o TEEMS - - - IN ADVANCE, S2 : SIX MONTHS St. i r b copies for one year S 9 5 - m a , Q 10 u - 15 u 20 " :' 30 AJi letters conruining money may be sent at the risk i-f the publiihers when tbey are registered but net o'herwie. LKTTEK8 ANP OrPERS TO IF.vrtI PROlfPT ATTEB TIOS Ut'TT BK ADDRKStlCD OKLT rnf. "UF.OUUE Vk -MATSKLLtf- CO.. National Pulicb (Jazetti New York City." FRENCH'S CONICAL WasIiiiisT Machines. Tbe mot elnip'. derable. convenient and economical article ever invented for the purpose Wjil Ji- iho whir.e f au ordinary Tamlly before t eakf.it, n-t nly hvite time but clothes. Br strictly followinmbe priuted direcUon. which are imple nd euy, it will wah, at ime unit, fix tu tu, or t d.ien puiali articleii. in about tit cr irvtn mii- vJi t, or their equivalent. By all the ordinary methods of c! earn of flue fabiica, mich a lacea, &.C. the j;retet care i required, while with this machine the m-t delicate article can be washed without the possibility of da-jiaKO These reMilu are prKluiel by the ci-nntant reaction rhe snds while ibe machine in in motion. of Fami:ie. laundries hotels, boarding-honaea. hospit al, asylums, boardinR-scU'X'le. on hhips ana steamers, and in tbe army, who have thet-e maciit:ei ia nee, have sent in their testimonials volnn:ri!ly, and the enco miunis of tbe Pres are very numerous, some of which I have published in pamphlet frui. All I ask of the Public is a careful examination ef this machine before purchasing of other. General Depof 41 BroaJway, corner Canal St , Hew Tork. ' Prico only Tea Dollars. N. B. A liberal dincount to the Triit. Jtyent leant td. Send for m Circular. Address box alaa, K T. City P. O. PHILIP FRENCH. Prorrietor. SitcpVoicg1 o press we learn that th Governor has issued a proclamat tn a? finst jayhiwking; making the penalty hath.. ; 7AB PRICES. To the Army and Citizens OF "We will sell from this date, pxd Flour, at $1,50 per sack. Toll for eostom grinding, one-Sxtb per Bu?bel. ALSO Flour exchangod for Wieat. Corn Meal for Sale. Onr Flour t kept eiript!ntly on band at the Mill and the principle stcresin B'"pvti'. MfcLVIN & COAT TJIIITZD STATES XJAIL. Post Okfice Dcpa&txxht, U'ttMxyton, Movtmter 30, 1661. PROPOSALS will be revived at the Contract Office of this Department until 10 a. m. of Monday, March SI. 1S2, for convening the mailt of tbe United States for four years, commencing Jalj I. 1S2, and ending J un 10, 1S6S, in the Territory of Nebraka, on tbe routes and by the schedule of departures and arrivals herein iecifled, Decisions antuuncej by April 24. 1863. (Examine tht lavt.foTmt, nd iX4trctinu mnnettd ) 140O1 From Council Bluff, low, by Omaha City, Ne braska, K'khorn City, Belle Creek, Fonteneile, Bu cbanan. Franklin, Kl Itorado, Colambua, Grand Ia land City. Abbeville. Wood River, Nebraska Ceutre, and Fort Kearney, to Kearney City, 220 miles and tack, six time a week. Leave Council Blufs dally, except Smday, at a. m; Arrive at Kearney City oa the fcurtb day by S p m; Leave Kearney City daily, eicept Sundav, at a m; Arrive at Council Biuffa i n the fourth day by p m. B;ds to run by an expedited schedule will be consid ered. 140C2 From Omaha City, by Bellevue. Oreapo'.is, Plattjimoutb. Rork Blnrs. Lwitown, Three Groves, Wyoming. Nebrak Cry. Otoe City. Mount Veron, Brownsville Nemaha City. Aspin'ral, St. Stephen's " Winnebago, Rulo. Nobart. and White Cloud, to High land 131 miles and bark, three times a week. Leave Omaha City Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at Sam; Arrive at Highland third day by 6 p tn ; Leave Highland Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 8 am, Arrive at Omaha City third day by C p tn. Bids to run ix time a week, and also to extead St. Joseph, Missouri, will te considered. 140(4 From Omaha city, by Florence. Fort Calhoun, Tazoo, Oe Soto. Cumming city. Mudaii. Tekainah, De catur. Omadi, Dakotah rty. CovinKton and Ssreants Bluffs, to Sioux city, 118 miles and back, three time a week. Leave Omaha city Monday, rtdreday and Friday at am; Arrive at Sioux city next day by 10 p m ; Leave Sioux city Monday. Wedneadsy and Friday, at S a ni ; Arrive at Omaha city next diys by 10 p m. Bid for Bii-time-a-week service will be considered. 14004 From Bellevue, by Ilaileton, to Fremont, 40 mile and bark, three times a week.- - Leave Bellevue Mouday, Wedueiday and Friday, at a ra ; Arrive at I'remoot by 8 p m ; I eave Fremont Ttu eday, Thursday and Saturday, at C a ni 5 Arrive at Bellevue by 8 p ra. 14005 From Bellevue. by Platte TaKey, to PlaUford, 24 miles and back, once a week. Leave Bellevne Frid.y at 6 a ra ; Arrive at Pla:tfrd by i p m ; Leave Plattfcrd Stnrd.iy at 6 a ra; Arrive at Bellvue by 8 p m. 11008 From Rck Bluffs, by Kacoshe, to Wyoming, 15 utiles and back, onre a week. Leave Rock Bluff Saturday at 6 a m ; Arrive at Wynraine by 12 ni ; Leave Wyomina Saturday at 2 p m; Arrive at Rck Bluffs by 8 p m. 14007 From PlatUmontn. by Glendale, to PlaUford. 25 miles and back, once a week. Leave Plittm uth Saturday at 4 a mj Arrive at PlaUford by 12 m ; Leave Plattrord Saturday at I p m ; Arriveat Plattsmouth by 9 p ai. 14008 From Kanoshe, by Buchanan and Plum Hollow, to Sidney. 19 mile and bck. three times week. Leave Kanosbe Monday, Wednesday ani Friday, at 6 a m; Arrive at Sidney by 12 m ; Leave Sidney MunJay Wednesday and Friday, at2p m ; Arrive at K.MH.. she by f p iu. 14009 From Three Groves, by Monnt Pleasant, to Weep init Water. 11 miles and back once a week. Leave Three Groves Saturday at 6 a m; Arrive at Weeping Water by 12 ta ; Leave Wee-pin Water Saturday at 2 pm ; Arrive at Three Groves by 8 p m. 14C10 Trora Wyoming, by Avoca, to Salt Creek, 45 miles and bck. one a "reek. Leave Woniinc Friday tit 6 a m ; Arrive at Silt Creek by 8pm; Leave Salt Creek Saturday at 6 a m; Arrive at Wyoming by S p m. 1 tOU Fr m Nebraska City to Sidney, Ifl miles and hack, six time a week. I-oave Nebraska City daily, except Sunday, at 6 a m : Arrive at Sidney, by 12 m : Iscave Sidney d.iily, except Sunday, at 1pm; Arrive at Nebraska City by 7 p m. 14012 From Nebraska city by Worrallb-vn. Tecam seh, Daniel's Ranches Turkey Creek, and Denni son, to Marysville, Kansas, 86 miles and back, 3 times a week. Leave Nebraska eity Monday, Wednesday, and Fri day at 6 a m ; Arrive at Marysville Wendosday. Friday and Sun day by 6 p m . Leave Maryville Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 0 am; Arrive at Nebraska City Wednesday, Friday and Sunday by 8 p m. 14013 From Nebraska City by Helena, Kingston, Vesta, Keatrice, and Blue Springs, to Marysville 107 mils and bvkencea week. Leave Nebraska City Monday at ft a m ; Arrive at Marysville Wednesday by 10 p in; Leave Marysville Thursday at 6 a m , Arrive at Nebraska City Saturday by 10 p m ; 14014 From Nebrnska City, lySyracu.se, Palmyra, Saltillo, Cumden, and Aruola, to Kearney City, 200 miles And beck. ree a week. Leave Nebnk City Monday at 6 a m ; Arrive at Kerny City fifth day by 6 p m; Lavc Kearney City Monday at r a m ; Arrive at Ncbraika City fit t b day by r p ra. 14015 Frim Mi.uct Vernon by Sonera. Missouri, to Kockport, Ifi miltsand bk, twice wek. Leave Mount Vernon Monday and Thursday at ft a m; Arrive at Ruck port by 12 m : Leava IWkport Mond ty and Tharday at 2 p m ; Arrive at Mount Vernon by 8 p m. i;di to run three tirr.es a week will be considered. 1401ft From Hn.wnville to Rickport, Mo., 10 miles and back, six times a week. Leave Hrownviile daily, except Sunday, at 9 a m; Arrive at Ruck port by 12 in ; Leave Rucktwir' daily, exeep; Sunday, at 2 p m ; Arrive at Ifn.wnriJIe by 5 p m. 11017 From Brr.wnville, by Teeumseh and Austin, t.i Beatrice, riO miles and ba.k, once a week. Leave Brownville Friday at 6 a m ; Arrive at Bentrice next day by (J p ra ; Leave Beatrice Friday at 0 a ra ; Arrive at Brownville next day -y 5 pm. 14 18 From Ruin to Oregon, Mo., 22 miles and back, three time a wek. Lav Rulo Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 a m; Arrive at Oregon by 12 m ; Leave Oregon Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1 P m , Arrive at Rub by 7 p m. 14019 From Rulo, by Archer, Salem, Middleburg. Pleasant Valley and Clear Creek, to Marj?ille, Kan., 67 miles and back, once a week. Leave Rulo Monday at 6 a m; Arriveat Marysville nextdiiy by 10pm; l.eve Marysville Wt-dnesday at 6 a m ; Arriveat Rulo next day by 10 p m. 14020 From Saint Stephens, Neb., by Rush Bottom, Mo.. .Tone's Point, and Forest City, to Oregon, Mo., 32J miles and back, twice a week. Ienve St. Stephens Monday and Friday at 8 a m ; Arrive at Orepon by ft p m ; I-ave Oregon Tuesday si,d Saturday at 3 am ; Ar.ive at St. Stephens by fi p ni. 14021 From Falls City, by tJencva, Scott's, Table IWk, P wnee City, and iJjatrico, to Patterson's Ran.-he. SO miles and b-k. o;ue a week. Leavo Falls City Monday at ft a m ; Arrive at Patterson's Il inhe next day by 6 p m; Leave Patterson's Rnucbe Mondny at 6 a m; Arrive at Falls City next day by 6 p m. 14022 From Falls City to Saint Stephens, 15 miles and back, three times a week. Lt-ave Falls City Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Ht 8 a m .trrive at Saint Stephens by 12 m ; Leave Saint Stephens Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urday at 2pm: Arrive at Fall. City by 6 p m. 14023 From Tecumwh, by Kingston, to Helena, 11 mile and back, once a week. Leave Tfcoum.M:h Saturday at 6 am ; Arrive at Helena by 12 m ; Leave Helena Saturday at 2 p in ; Arrive at Tocumsoh by 8 p m. 11024 From Pawnee City, by A. R. Rant's, Tecum seh, Kingston, ami Threu Forks of Great Nemaha, to Oialhe on Salt Creek, 90 miles and back, once a week. Leave Pawnee City Wednesday at 6 a m ; Arrive at Olathe Saturday by 4 p m ; Leave Olathe Wednesday at 6am; Arriveat PawDee City Saturday by i p ra. 14025 From Austin to Beatrice, SJ miles acd back once a week. Leave Austin SaturJay at 8 am; Arri ve a t Beatrice t y 1 0 a m ; Leave Beatrice Sat jrday at 11 a m ; Arrive at Austin by 1 p tn. 14026 From Florence to Magnolia, Iowa, 30cilosfccd back.oncoa we-k. Ltave Florence Monday at 8 ata; Arrive at Magnolia by f3 p m : Leave MapnnSia Tuesdsyat Sam; Arrive at Florence by 6 p in. 14027 From Cummine Citv. by Po Soto and Fort Calhoun, to MaUo:ia, Iowa, 24 milojand back, 3 times a week. Lenve Cunjaiu-iag City Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 h io ; " Arrive at Magnolia bv 12 m : larc Magnolia Monday, Wi-ndesday and Friday at - p ra : arriveat Camming City by 8 pm. 14023 Fr. ra Leeaur. by Loan Va'.ley, to West Point. 30 mile? ant back. on e a wee. Leave Decatur Friday at 8 m; Arrive st West Pidnt by 15 p m ; Leave Wcit Point Saturday at 8 a m ; Arrive at Decatur bj 0 p ta. lUiZ'j From fcioux City, Iowa, Cottonwood Spring!; Nebraska, to Denver City, C&J tables and back, once a week. Leave Sioux City Monday at 0 a m ; Arrive at Denver City oa the fifteenth day by 6 p m, Leave Denver City Monday at 0 a tn ; Arrive at Sioux City oa the fifteenth day by 6 p m. Bids to end al Cottonwood Springs, 330 miles le distance, with proposed ached ale, will be considered. 14030 From Sioux City, Jowa, by lower crossing of Bx bioux, ensuiion, x aucton. I hoieau Creek, Stranger's Ferry, Indiaa agency oa the YaDcton Sioux reserve, and Greenwood, to Fort Randall, 141 miles and back, once a wjek. Leave Sioux City Monday at 4 a m ; arriveat Fort Randall Thursday by 12 m; Leave Fort Randall Thursday at 1 p m Arrive at Sioux City Sunday by o p m. Bids to run two and three times a week w;ll be con sidered. 14031 From Sioux City, Iowa by Niobrara, Ponoha, Reserve, and Chimney Rock, to the South Pass of the Rocky Mountains, 903 miles and back, once a week. Leave Sioux City Monday at 6" a m ; Arrive at the South Pass of the Rocky Mountains on tbe 15th day at S pm ; Leave the South Pass of the Rocky Mountains at 6 a m ; Arrive at Sioux City on the 15th day at 6 p m. Bids to end at Fort F .a ramie, omitting the South Pass of the Rocky Mountains, 300 miles iea dis tance will be considered. Bids to end at Fort Kearney will also be considered. 14032 From Dakota, by St. John's. P.neh, Dixon, St. James, Halena, Frankfort, Bouhomme City, and Niobrara, to Fort Randall, 112 miles and back, twice a week. Leave Dakota Monday and Wednesday at 8 am; arrive at Fort Randall third d- by A p m ; Leave Fort Randall Monday and Wednesday at 8 a m; Arrive at Dakota third day by 6 p m. 14033 From Dakota; along the Missouri River, to Fort Randall, 140 miles and back, one a week. Le.-tve Dakota M inday at ft a m; arrive at Fort Rand-ill Wednesday by 6pm; Le v) Fort Randall Monday at 6 a in ; Arrivr at Dakota Wednesday by 6 p m. 11034 Fn-m Fort Randall, by Mouth of Blue Earth Uiver, to Mouth of Little Medicine Knowl River, 200 miles and back, once a week. Lave Fort Randall Monday at 8 a m ; Arrive at Mouth of Little Medicine fifth day by 6 p m: Leave Mouth of Little M.-dieine at 8 am: .trrive at Fort Randal fifth day by 6 pm. 14035 FromPoncha. by lona, to Vermillion, Dakota, 25 miles and back, onoe a Week. Leave Poncha Tuesday at 4 a m ; Arrive at Vermillion by 12 m. Leave Vermillion Tuesday at 1 p ra ; Arrive at Ponoha by 9 p m. Form of Proposal Guarantee and Certificate. Proposal. The undersigned , whose post offics address county or , MAte of , proposes is to carry the mails of the United States, from July 1, Ibhz, to June 30, 1868. on route !o. between and , under the advertisement of the Postmaster General, dated October 30, 186 1, "with celerity, certainty, and security," for the annual sum of dollars. This proposal is made with full knowl edge, of the distance of theroute, the weight of the mail to be carried, and all other particulars in reference to the route and service, and, also, after car etui examina tion of the laws and instruction attached to the advertisement. Dated Guarantee, undersigned, residing at , State of undertake tht, if the foregoing bid fou The carrying the mail on route No. be accepted by the Postrcaiter General, the bidder shall, prior to the 1st day August, ibf 2, enter into the required obligation, or contract, to perform the service pro iH ied, with good and sufficient sureties. This we do, understanding distinctly the obligations and liabilities assumed by guarantors under the27th section of the act of Congress of July 2, ISou. Dated Certificate. The undersigned, postmaster at , State of certifies. under his oath or owick, that he is acquainted wun me anove guarantors, ana shows them to be men of property, and able to make good their guaranty. Dated So act of Congress of March 3.1315, sectiojl8. INSTRUCTIONS, Containing conditions to be incorporated , tn the contracts to the extent the de- part ment may deem proper. 1. Seven minutes are allowed to each intermedi ate office, when not otherwise specified, for assort ing the mails ; but on railroad and stemnb at routes there is to be no more delay than is sufjioient for an exchange (if the mail bags. 2 On railroad and steamboat lines, ana otner routes where the mode or conveyance admits ot it, the special agents of the Post Otfioe Department, al so post office blanks, mail bigs, locks, and keys, are to be conveyed without extra onarge. 3. On railroad and steamboat lines the route agents of the department, also the British and Can ada mails, when offered, and the agents accompany ing them, are to be conveyed without charge, and for their exclusive use, while travelling with the mails, a commodiu car, or apartment in the centre of a car, properly lighted, warmed, and furnished, and adapted to the convenient separation and duo secu rity of tho mails, is to be provided by the contractor, under the direction of the department. H-iilr- a i and steamboat companies are required to take the mail from and deliver it into the poet offices at the ei;rmiineement and end of their routes, and to and trom all offices not more than eighty rods .rom a station or landing. Proposals may be submitted for the porfoimnce of all other side eervice that is, for offices over eighty rods from a sUtion or lauding. Receipts will be required for mail bag? conveyed in charge of persons employed by railroad compa nies. Thpre will also be "way bills" prepared by DORtmaaters. or other agents of the department, to accompany the mails, specifying the number and destination of the several bags. On the principal stage routes, likewise, receipt will be required and way bills forwarded ; the latter to be examined by the several postmasters, to injure regularity in the delivery of mail bags. 4. No pay will be mnde Tor trips not penormea; and for each of uch omissions not satisfactorily ex plained, three times the ay of the trip may be de ducted. For arrivals so far behind time as to break connexion with deponding mtiils.and not sufficiently excused, one fourth ct the compensation lor tne trip is subject to forfeiture. Deduction will also be or dered for a grade of performance infeiior to that specified in the contract. For rejieated delinquen cies of the kind bertin sjeci6cd, enlarged penalties, proportioned to the nature thereof, aud the import ance of the mail, may be made. 5, For leaving behind, or throwing off the mails, or any portion of them, for the admission of passen gers, or for being concerned in setting up or running an express conveying intelligence in advance of the mail, a quarter's pay may be d-ducted. R. Fiues will be imposed, unless the delinquency be promptly and satisfactorily explained by certifi cates of postmatera or the affidavits of other credible persons, for failing to arrive in contract time ; for neglecting to take the mail i rom or deliver it into a post tffice; for suffering it ty b wet, injured, des troyed, robbed, or lt; and for refusing, after de maud, to convey the mail as frequently as the con tractor runs, or is concerned in running, a coach, car, or steamboat on the route. 7. The Postmaster General may annul tba con tract for repeated failures to mn agreeably to con tract : for violating the post office law , or disobey ing the instructions of the department; for refusing to discharge a carrier when required by tha depart ment to do so ; for ranning an express, as aforesaid ; or foT transporting persons or packages conveying mailable matter out of the mail. 8. The PeVuia?terOeneral may order an increase of sarrice on a route by allowing therefor a pro rafa increase on the contract pay. He may change schedules of departures and arrivals in all cases, and particularly to make them conform to connections with railroads, without increase of pay, provided the running time be not abridged. He may alst or der an increase of speed, allowing, within tha re strictions of the law, a pro rata increaaa of pJ for the additional stoek or carriers, if any. Th con tractor m.y, however, in the case of increase of speed, relinquish the contract, by giving prompt no tice to the department that he prefers doing so to carrying the order into effict. The Postmaster Gen eraf msv also curtail or discontinue the service, in whole or in part, at pro rati decrease of pay. allow ing one month's extra compensation on the amount dispensed with, whenever, in bis opint n, the public the public interest require the ehacge, or in case he desires to su percede it by a different grade of trans portation. 9. Payments will be made by collodions from or drafts on pcytmssters, or otherw:?;. after the expira tion of each qu.irtcr-say, in February, May. Au-gu.-t, and November. 10. Tbe diatan-ei are given acordliig to the best information; but no increased pay will be allowed should the points te jreatar baa a4rer'.ie4, If tha points to bo supplied be correctly stated. DiiJert nni( inform themstlet on lA point, and also in reference to the weight of the mail, theeoniitioa of roads,hill9, streams, 4c, and all toll bridges, ferries, or obstructions of any kind by which expense may ba incurred. No claim for additional pay, based on such ground, can be eonsidore4 ; nor for alleged mis takes or misapprehension as to the degtea ef service ; nor for bridges destroyed, ferries discontinued, or other obstructions increasing distance, occurriag du ring the contract term. Oifices established after this aiversieeicent is issued, and also during the contract term, are to be visited without extra pay, if the dis tance ba not increased. 11. A bid received after tha last day and Lour named, or without the guarantee required by law and a certificate as to the sufficiency of such guaran tee, cannot be considered in competition with a regu lar proposal reasonable in amount. 12 . Bidders should first propose f nr terries strictly according to tha advertisement, and then, if they desire, leparately for different service ; and if the regular bid be the lowest offered for the advertised service, the other propositions may be considered. 13. There ihould be bat one route bid for ia a proposal. Consolidated or combination bids ( pro posing one sum for two or more routes' are forbid den by law, and cannot be considered. 14. Tha route, tha service, tha yearly pay, tha name and residence of the bidder, (that is his nraal post office address, ) and those of each member of a firm, where a company offers, should ba distinctly stated. 15. Bidders are requested to use, as far as practi cable, tha print! form of proposal furnished by tha department, to write out in fall tha mm of their bids, and to retain copies of them.f Altered bids should not be submtited ; nor should bids once submitted be withdrawn. No withdrawal of a bidder or guarantor will be allowed unless dated and received before the hut day for receiving pro posals. Eeach bid must be guaranteed by two re sponsible persons. General guarantees cannot be admitted. The bid and guarantees should be plainly with tha full name of each person. The department reserves the right to reject any bid which may be deemed extravagant, and also to aisregard the bids of foiling contractors and bidders. 16. The bid should ba sealed, supvrscrided "Mail Proposals, Territory of Nebraska," addressed "Sec ond assistant Postma ter General Contract office," and sent by mail, and not by oj two an agent ; and postmasters will not enclose proposals (or letters of any kind) in their quarterly return. 17. The contract are to be exocutdand returned to the department by or before tha I at day of August, 1832 ; but the service must ba commenced oa the 1st July preceeding. or on the mall day next after that date, whether the contracts ba executed or not. 18. Po?tmxsters at offices on or near railroads, but more than eighty rods from a station, will, immedi ately after the 31st of March next, report their exact distance from the nearest station, and how tbey are otherwise supplied with the mail, to enable the Post master General to direct a mail-messenger supply from tha 1st of July next. 19. Section eighteen of an act of Coagresi ap proved March 3, 1845, provides that contract for tha transportation of mail shall ba let "in every case to the lowest bidder tendering sufficint guaran tees for faithful perfoimanee, without other refer ence to the mode of such transportation than may be necessary to provide for the due celerity, certain ty, and security of such transportation." Under tki law, I id i that pmpoeto trantport the mailtcitk "celerity, certainty, and teenr-ity," hitting been deci ded to be the only Irfjal bil, are considered am provide ing for the entire mail, howeeer large, and uhatever may be the mode of conveyance neeeary lo ituure iti "celerity, certainty, and security," and will have the pre ference over all othere, and no other I mill be con tiJered, 20. A modification of a bid in ary cf its essential terms is tantamount to a new bid, and cannot be received, so as to interfere with a regular competir tion, alter the last hour set for receiving bids. Making a new bid, with guarantee and certificate, ia the only way to ra dify a previous bid. 21. Postmasters are to be careful not to certify the sufficiency of guarantors or surities without knowing that they are persons of sufficient responsibility ; and all bidders, guarantors and iuritie9 are distinctly notified that on a failure to enter into or perform the contracts for the service proposed for in tha ac cepted bids the legal liabilities will ba enforced against them. v 22. Present contractors, and pel sons known at tha department, must, equally with others, proccure guarantors and certificates of their sufficiency sub stantially in the form above prescribed. The cer tificates of sufficiency must ba signed by a postmas ter or by a judge of a court of record. Noothercer tifleate will be admitUd. M. BLAIR, Poitmaiter General. ( lintftfcw iz: tit ZIzm. SHERIFFS SALE. ! District Court. Nemaha Co., Nebraska Territory. George ITarmon, for the use of Crane i. Bill, V8 John (i. MrCathron and H. B. Strong. By virtue of an order of tale to me directed in the above entitled case I will u Friday the 10th day of January. A D 1S62. between tbe hours of 10 o'clock A M and 4 o'clock P M of said day, at the d.xr of Den's Hall iu Br wnvill, the place where aid court was last held for said Keiuaba c"iuy. offer for sale the follow ing deccribed real estate to-wit: The south half of the north vet quarter of section (IS) fifteen, town-hip (4) fonr, north of ranee IS) fifteen, east, taken at tbe property of II. B. Strong to satisfy said judgemeut, alt said real estate lying and bein in Keinaba county, Ne braska Ter-itory. J.W.COLEMAN', Sberiff. Decmber 6, 1361 u22-5w $7,50. -4-3 Q a a p-3. o M c3 a C3 xn pH u n a5 2 c . 3 2f - 'a - c t a a -a I5K -i3 S (M 6 C(5 z C J. .2-33 S M H -n -SIT s a . fc. - v 2 w C ' C 3 O u - o -2 a c 22 S c W X a- -. 5" - a h. 5 - - So 9 & 2 . ?2 w M o 3 3 O a a 3 3 y -2 B C w w 2 3 M 5 ' " - J a a. a. " T S ? K 3! - H r. c V ca m A 39 P S O M H SB i "3 at - t SI . fc. . - " 3 111 m - is s r" a , m 2 K - o -2 2 c ea i " a ; ; Si A3 S5sfc5 l - " C 2 e i 3 t. -3 S 5 X t. .2 "2 a - a 3 c w . c a I 3 k. . fi. ta 03 or: 3 5 T2 c Al - sc 3 - - o. . s - I K I 3 a I i - a ' 5 i r x 2 "S-?3 e v a, 3 , 3 w v - J C i S - 22 '- ' o --a ?h 3 r .42 a i . C w 3 z X 3 9 -5 ; S - - -" (TO J au a- O A n 3 "2 t r- - m 5f 5 s. - - y -3 2-isii2l t i a 5 . .3 E J 3 J ta " z s X L. a 3 l"3i iz - 3 2"" 2 3 " ' 5 I a s 2 i 9 t . x 1 it 5 SI 5 3 a 9-3 J 3 C f X . O C c - 3 "5 - o 5 c S - 3 a 2f Vi 3 1 -2 - x 1L : X a 3 V A s r c a. c S s T a. n a m e? "e 2 . 1 t V e & n - s : ; j :o i .O 3 J- . MS fl(k3t i 3 SSI S 2 c "2 a j3 l. 3 - 5 $ 3 9 ftl w M - ; f. -5 ' - ar v - - -j True Deleware Grape Vines PBOPAOATED FROM THE OBIQINAL STOCK. Strng, Well-rooted One Year Old Tinei grovn in open air. 60 cm to 9 1 eacfi. fSfo 10 per dot Extrai year old vine, and No. 1. extra large laytrt. vit bearing void. $1.60 to $2 00. to $13 if IS per dozen. AIjSO flue vines of Allen's nww white Hybrid, Anna. Cleveucjt, Concord, Cuyahoga, Clara, Clinton, Cassa dy, Catawba, Diana, Herbemont, Hartfor, ProliSc. K 1 sabs 11 a, Logan, La Moir, Lydia, Louisa, Lyman, Nor ton's Virginia. Ontario, Oporto Rebecca. Boxers' new Eybrils. Taylor's Bullitt. To-Kalon, Union j'iliags, and many other kinds, at low price. STRA WBERRIES, Wilson's Albany, Triumph de Grand. Jenny Iind, TroWope's Victoria, and Austin Shaker Strawberries. Rirtland. and Catawi.sa avar bearing Baspbrries, Lawton's Biackberne, ate , all at the lowest rates, J3"SenJ for a circular. 6KO. W. CAMFBKLL, Delaware, O. Oct. S. 1S60. nl6-2m. COLORED PLATES fTX MC?SSiTT IN EVERT HOCSDHOLP JOHNS k CROSLEY'S Ameri (D CiD(t glue THK STHON-CJST S IXR IM TIT'S WORLD. Til CHEAPEST GLCI IN TH E WORLD. TUK MOST DCRABLK GLCK 1KTHS WORLD. THK OVLT RKU 4BLB GLn IN TUB WOiiLD. TBI BtST GLI B IX THS WORLD. AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE Is tha only article of tha kiud ever produced whioh WILL WITHSTAND 'VATER it WILL MEND WOOD Save your hioken Fumitura IT WILL MEND LEATHER ilend your Harness. Straps, Ielu. Boos Ao IT WILL MEND GLASS Sara tho prices of that expensive Cut GJass BotUa. IT WILL MEND IVORY Don't thrw away that broken Ivory Fan it is eas ily repaired. IT WILL MEND CHINA Tour broken China Cupa and Saucers can ba made as ori as new. IT WILL MEND MARBLE That piece knocked out of your Marble ilantla oan be put on as strong a ever IT WILL MEND PORCELAIN No matter if that brokeu Pitcher did cost but a shilline a shillin saved is a shillinjf earned. IT WILL MEND ALABASTER That Co:y Alabaster Vase "l brocken and you can't match it mend it it will never shw when put to gether. It will Llend bene, Coral, Lava, and in fact everything butLSetala. Any article Cemented with AMERICAN CEMENT GLCE will not show where it is mended "Every Housekeeper should have a supply or Johns A Crosiay's American Cement Olue." A ' Timrt. "It is so conrenient to hava ia the house." JV Y E-cpreee. ,It is always ready; this commends it to everybody.' Independent. "We have tried it and find it as useful ia our house as wafer. IftfaV pirif of the Timet. Cooixumy is "Wonltli S1U.0U0 per yar saved ia every larnily by O tie Bottl of AMERICAN C H.WT GLUE Price 25 Cents per Bottle. Price 25 CeDts per Bottle. Price 25 Ceuu per Bottle. Price 25 Cents per Bottle. Price 25 Cents per Bottle. Price 25 Cents per Kittle. Very Liberal Reduction to Whole sale Buyers. TEU519 CAJslI. J2fFor Sule by ail Dru's nd Storekeepers lhr.uL.rh.ut tiia ronntry, JOHNS & CROSLEY cSda M.inufacturers. 73 WILLIAM STREET Corner of Liberty Street. K LW YORK. Imporlantlo House Owners. Important to Itullderl. Important to Ralllloaxl Conipa nlei. Important to Farmers. To all whom this may concern, end it concerns everybody. JOHNS & CROSLEY'S IMPROVED OUTTA PERCHA CEMENT ROOFING, The Cheapest and moss durable Roofing in use. IT IS FIRE AND WATER PSOOF It can be applied to new and old Hoofs of all kinds steep oi flat and to dhingle roofs without removing the Shingles. - The Cost Is only about One-Third thatoITln.AXDITlSTTVICi; A IJLItAlIl.i:. This article bas been thoroughly tested in New Tork City and all pajts of the United Slates Cana da West Indies and Central and 'ou;h America on buildings of all kinds such as Factories I'oundoriet' Cburches Rail Road Depots Cars and ou Public Buildings generolJy Government Buildings Ac. by the priociple ttuilders archet-xjts anp others during the past fouryears and nas proved to ba tho Cut. iJ EST and MOST DUKaBLE KOOFINO in use it i j in every rcspoct a firk watfr vtinis and Tim proof covering for room of all Ki.vba. Thit it the OS'LY mat trial manuantnreil ew the United Statet which combines tha very deir&Lle properties of Elasticity and durability whlnh nx universally acknowledged tn be possessed byOTJrl, TPLiKCIIA AND INDIA liUlJ- Ho Heat is Required in Maklins Application. The axpeLsa of applying it is trifling as an ordinary Roof can be covered end finished lhe time diy. It can be applied by any one, and when finished forms a perfectly r irk 1'itooFaur face with an tlestio body which cannot be iuiured by LLsat Cold or Storms Shrimincj of Itoor Boards nor any external action whatever. GUTTA PlicVff CEMENT. F-or Coating Metals of all Kinds when exposed to the Action of the Whather. and For I'reseralnp and Repairing Jletal Rooli OF ALL KLMiS. ThisisTEI ONLY OoMPOelTIOF KK07M trhick W' tccetfully rttitt extreme changes of all climate fur an Ictujth of time when applied to nietal to which it adheres firmly forming a body equal to three ooats of ordinary paint costs much lets, and w ill LAST THREE TIJES AS LOStf; andfromits elasticity is not injured by the contraction and expansion cf TIN and'other METAL ROOTS conjejuent np-in sudden changes of tbe weather. It willnot CRACK IS COLD OR RUN IN WARM WEATIIEI AND WILL NOT WArtl OFF. Leaky tin and other metal roofs caa be readily repaired with Gutta I'ercha Cement, an I prevents from further corrosion and leaking, thereby ensur ing a perfectly water-tight roof for many years. This cement is peculiarly adapted f Jf the pcer vationof Iron railings, Stoves, Siies, Agricnltural Implements. Ac, also for ger'J mnnutHcturers use GUTTA PERCHA CEMENT 7or preserving ari repairing Tin and other met al roofs ofcverj description, from its great elantici ty, is not injured by the contrac tion and expinioa of mef-js, and uill not crack in ca'ti nor run in fr. tcealAcr. These materials are ads pted tn all climates, and we ari prepared to supply orders frra any part of the country, at short notice, fur Uutta i'eraha roof ing in rolls, ready prepared for use, and Outta I'er cha Cement in barrels, with full printed directions tions for application. Agoxxts XVantocl. We ii. make lite ral ana catiaiacii ry arrange ments with responsible parties who would like to establish themselves in a lucrative and permamnt business. OUR. TERMS ARE CAS. Wo can give abundant proof of all we claim in favor of our improved R.ioSng Materials, h.tvingap pned them to several tneusand lUnfs in ew York City and vicinity. JOIIXS &. CROSLEY POLK MAM FACTrKKHS, Vkolesale Warehouse, 78, William Strett, Cornor of Liberty street, ITEW TOES, Full descriptive Circulars and Paces wiu bo fur nished on application. Auv.T. 133-1. 1 y - SEED POTATOES. Wooditoek, Ash Leaf, Kidney, Pink Eye?, Scotch Blues and Blue Rusty Coats. at One IT.'ir per bush el delivered at tha OSce of the "Nebraska Farmer." 100 Varieties Grape Vines. The Largest Collection iVett of J J'ori. Delaware, Diana. Ikbecva, Herbemont, Flartford Prolific, Concord, Union Vil!e. Franklin, Outaric, Ccgahoga, Can wlin Chief, T iyl. rs Kullett, Md a taway. Crevelir.g. Clo'inta and -ver 70 other kii ds tt eastern catal-.ue rres. Isabtrl 1 1, Catawba and Clinton at 2cts each .2 p.r do ien, 1 0 per loO. Aug. UM. At NEMAHA NURSERY. OF FRUITS AND FLOWERS. WE -have rti?t constantly emptuyod tn painting n-rtmAn r.f tl trfnlc rf Srnift Khrnbii K vri?rs4-rLaT and KK.wers, and can surply nursery .Kent- or other. ; R1SPBERCIES ! RASRBER2IES ! ! with 1v f n itit. litlmluniwlnrill ,hMt Otir hot! rid . volumes are ixiteotle to contain all that an axent wjll require la sellinft a list of general Vursery products. We otrr them much under the usual priee. and can lurrii!.htbe bound volumes very low; anil we have no hesitancy in eaviu that the execution of tbe riit and lilenei-j to nature nre r-t lrpael by any in the country. Call at tba A&verttier uiHce a-i4 ee spoci- nen b"k ENSIGX & FOHD, I --6ii53-rv223 Ohio Ssril, Tlada, Chla Hudson river 12 per dot. ISrt eah Franconia 2 u ' FalsUff 150 44 23 u Allen 2 - 25 Cincinna'.i 2 f White and Red Antw&rp $2 per doi. American Pqrple Can 2 Ayer'sSarsaparilla. A cornpouai rrcdT, des'ci t j It tv, rn;t eectual Alterative- tliat can be rrji.?. It : a con centra led extract cf Fara Siraparll!!, ao combine'l with other subiane?i cf tt-1. pcitr altera:! re power as to a-T:.rJ a rr tTe aatidota fjr tha di-xes FarvapitU'a i rrputJ ta cure. It is bellcTei tLit iih reraedy it wasted by thoie wl.o suffer Itoria Etmmous coTEplaint?, ani that cnt which wiil ceomplixb thv'ir cure cu.t pror? cf frr.r-.raia enrice ta this large class cf our aiTiictc-d f How-, eitiaena. Ilowccn-pletclj this compcund will cL) it has beta prOTen by e.TprLr;fr.t nn c'..w cfthe worst c&ioj to b fjuiiicf tie fiUjtvlrj; ccraplaiat: 8cRorrua astt Ecaorcrocs Court vtst, Ercptioxj axo EavmTB Dts.v3t Ulcssj, Pixpks, ELOTcnia, Tc.'03J. Salt Hi:e?v, Scald IIxaq, SxrHiLis asi Siphiutij Ar rxcTioxs, MzacraiAL Dueus. Diio?st, Kt t ealoia oaTic Docloursct, Ds:litt, Dt- FE7SIA ASD I.XOtOESTIOjr, ErTS:?ET.A1, llos or Sr. Astxoxt' Fu2, tad indecj the who! class cf coapliiiU arijij fra Lcrtrs thi Blood. Tti compound will b fouaj a gmtproA taotcr of health, when talen ia tha spri:: j, Li expel the foul huniors which S-lct ia tha blood at that aeasort of th"? year. Ey tli tin v ly expulsion of them many rorJtlia j diordr are nipped Li the bud. Ma!,i'.ul-, C23. by the aid of thit remedy, spare thm:v?lr:i fror the endurance of foul eruptions an I o'.crrous ores through which the system will itnT? t rid itaelf of corruption, if not as.-iHtcd to tU this throug the natural channel cf tha to.!.' by an alieratiTe modicifi?. Cleanse o tS th' Titiated blood whomever you find its iinp-tritie-a bursting through the skin in pimplta. eruption, or sores; cleanse it when you Iind it U oh atructed and alugiah ia the rcLu ; cl.ttawis whenerer it is foul, and 3 our f.o'.lngi wi'.l tli you when. Even where no particular dlsorl.-r in ftlt, people enjoy b:ttir health. uil longer, for cleansing ths tlooct. K?rs th blood healthy, and ail ij well ; but "uh this '. Eahulum of liTs unordered, twro crci bo v. i&ting fraalLh. Sooner cr lat:r ao:n! thlu must eo wrong, and the? great na:hln.Ty cJ life ia disordered or overthrown. 8ar3aparil!a has, and dserTos nuih, ths reputation cf accomplishing .ca enlt. Euv the world has been egreiouily doct-ircd by rrepar&tions of it, partly bcuuie the tlru? . alone has not all the Tirtu'i that is claimed for it, but more becauie na-iy preparation, pretending to be conccr.trVed extracts of it. contain but little of tha virtus u! Sra-.iiillv or any thing tlse. During Late yeara the public Lara bc;n tal led by larg-9 bottles, pretending to g.Tj a ruari' of Extract of Sarsaparilla fur one d.iilar. Mit of thega haye been fraud upon the tick, far they not only contain little, if any, Saiapi- ruia, out o:;cn na curaav? propcrua wj:jv er. Hence, bitter and paiixful tUuiprKjir.Lr.ia: has followed the use of the vsiiox cstracli tf Saraaparilh which flood thi luarkct. until th name itself is justly despised, tnd ha boconia synonymous with impO'Ctioa and chtat. Scili we call tliis cora pound Sursaparilla, tnd int-nd to supply auch a rernel) as shi'd rescue thj . nama fcotn tl.s load of obloquy v hi.h rc-t upon it. And we think we hav 1 ground f. believing it haa virtuts which trj Lnti:ivlj by the ordinary run of the dLcu.i it u LiUr.-l-ed to cure. Ia order to secure th ir co:niitt eradication from the ystem, tha r.nuJy almuli be judiciously taken acodir! Li J-i-o;U..u the bottli, TRtrirxn dt DR. J. C. AVtll & CO, LOWELL, MASH. Price, 01 per Iloltla 1 : Dotiiea for Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has won for Itse'f such a rtnown far tin curs if very variety of Thraut and Lunj CoWjUint, tlioi it is entirely unnecessary fjr us t r-.,ur,t tia videnca of its virtues, vh:refr it Las Lcc j C- . ployed. As it has long been in constant ua throughout this section, ve need not d 1 innrj tha assure the people its rm ility i krr u t ihj 1 it ever has been, tia tlit it piur ba relied 011 La do fur their rei.cf k!i it Ls cvfr Uia fjiuid ta i'j. Ayer's Cailiardc Pills,;- roa thx cuBJt ct Cottivensis, JaunJi;e, f)y;x-pj.a, . fijt,'My VyteiUery, Foul ikitiyuh, Eryiiyeljt, Ilo-idachli PiUs, R.'ieumifiim, Eruptions w.d Siiit DUitet, Liver Cn,iaiut, Dropsy, Tettjr, 'iti.ort svtJ Sa!i Rheur.i, lt'j-m; (Isu!, JVa.f, us m Vinner '..', and fir I'urifyi.ij f.' 10 f. They are ogr-cote !' tht the nst re-nJ' live can take thein ;;r.tl v. aivl they a' tha br si apcrii.- i.i tho taiiJl fjr li the puX,aA of .imuy physio. Prist S5 Carp in 0:; Tua k:j !zw Clf tJrttr.nniberaorLlrrgyme;!. rtiyi-i ins,sar3 n;ea, and eaiir.ent peri .iiwci, Lve lrt t'u.'i same 1 to certy :tieu:ipr-.luhd uscf thiMSothra remeilii, b-it our s:ice lie;e will ro: ptr.ii't th inucrtiou of them, l he A weits bt l.if n l nt 4 Iu- auu grat.s.J ir amk:uc:i ai m tsi?in uu trier are given; w.th also full deKrip4;ji at tha a'jnrr conipUiutii. aad tije trcdtucr.t Lit holl Ltf f Ujw. d tir their care. l not be put oil hr linprinf 'iiIjJ Jeulcri wi Jk other preparit'oy thtv u-i. uiura prodt 11. Demand A YKtt's, aud taka lo ochrrs. i'hs tit-'t want iue aiU tnru ia i-.r lutm, miA X-y hive it. Ail our ressdlM art fir s! by JOHNMATO. J.J. THURMAN . Drajrgists, Brovrcvillrt, ?, . PRINCE & 003. Uznzin Botanic GaxiTcss ar.d Xcra'xi, (70UND 2D, IT33) ritiahlns. Lor z Island, ZTecz Tftvr Tvit. PltlCnD CATALOGUES. wl.th fa eo U purcbaters tf Tre, act to applicant Tio Incicaa atanips So. 1 Descriptive Oafaicgia of rcit axj OrDau.eutal Tree and Shrubs, Ka;lierrlea, Currarta and al I other m ill Fruito. No. 2 &, C irnatiaa Cbryiantheninms, Phlox. Jrla. D nbl SvMt Wi!i!ama and other Herbaceous Flovartnit Piaota. X . a .Extra Larse Fruit Trees, Kvc feer, and other UrminsuUi Tree and Shrcb-t, sultaiilo fr Immediate frr.lt-hearla and emhelMtiment. If a. 4 Whoile CtUgrei tot Nurcerle and Dealer, cornprlilui Tree Shru'us, R-t. ........ : . .U- - .... &.C Ko. 6 Wholesale Cutalncue for Teyetabla. Alrl. cuuurai aui riiwer ee(i, aun trees anj erjri. teH, &c. i'o. 6 Descriptive Ctjl, giie cf our TrirLv i Collenion of lSv Select Vrtiiefleuf Strawberries w:i a RrJICTEP LIST and Direction f .- C'Utura. If a. Wholesale LUt of X,iilv n 1 t r?tc. d rape. X fi . Cnialogue of Ri!txiu Flowt-r r entry C.. t-seti.as with Tree and llerbace-i'i P..nles D ih.l. Prlmro Polenlhua, CjW'ips. Aa i ula. Die, Irta and olher Hire F owerini PUi.-n. X .. Iik-WIi. I s!e Ca'liTa of tbe "ine S-. IJ U'i"Ei 01 i?ree ihua p;i ; N'j. It Descriptive Cj'i.ua A 3m 'tiva aa4 Ji F'ret.-n V.itietiei,f Orpe. N. B. The price h.-veNen crealy rM :c,1. iMfV' who leire win p;eipaeaU toeirL.U, wuka will ba priced t the lowa-it rate November 21, I3l, (i-So-tiJ nn nnn i ns ithat. w a ttvh vvf w v - ' ww sm w w s,sj 4 slw sWa ST. JOSEPH, MO. Two Extensive Vo!cn Fat-tfires ere in SITCESSFCL ofksaio.v. ONE NEW AND FITTED UP With all the Latest fiie iinprovmnit. We are prejars-l to pinnufe.-tare to pri?r,ani have for sale th f. li-winit O'sdi: Satinet3 Heavy ani Liht, . JEAXS TWEEDS, FLA.WYE LS rw wrr i-a r . v-v'rv .siiTnrf 1 'r. - m Xji jknooy o, Fulled IJust'jN, Colurs?ii lTlilts and Milt!, 11-2 Yards rile' FUELED CLOTH, Clanked cf sii Kinds an.l a!! Qudliilrv IAR.1. ( A 1.1. I 'l I'O! flT'J Wsrrantel sllU joJiof the bert material. ' t-ff-'.Ve wLI exohangc the thqva Goods fjr Tc4 or cadh. Fancy Dyln? to Ordrr. TT" .11 - Market Frizes, Flour con-tdutly on Landfora!e. TLabestprJca paid f'r wheat. V. BUKL A SON'. BCELL A DllO.f . - Au;u-t. 2t. 0. Furnitiire! Furniture U Tha most complete sine of ParnUcra ever tOrt-d la thin iipjr con ciry just received by T. UILL Brownville. Aril S;t. 1S6I. Lumber for Sale. I have twelve hoandiel feet raervhantab:e Ijiai, ber, and !0.00)biric;es. I wib t.. trade for a tem for cattle, oxen or hor.es. 1 wui Ochvtr at i'r!e Ferry on tbe Sabaka acore. - WJLLIAJ CCT"Ca icr I.laai, W3tr nth, issj. '