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jor, coc & co.
(iC" bulid:ntr, rhilale!i'l;iA.
Itey re authorised Agent for the
Fanner and Advertiser.
SUCCESSORS TO HGELT,
r ;ej States and Foreign Newspaper
BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
New Firm. By an advertisement in
another column, it will be seen that the
firm of Brown &. Strickler has been dis
solved. Lett, Strickle & Co., will
hereafter do business at the house here
tofore occupied by the old firm.
See the advertisement by E. Richards
& Co., of the "Franklin Family Sewing
Machine." Time is money. Families
who have much Sewing to do will save
money by buying a Maching.
,,,m.i agents for tLe "NEBRASKA ADVER-
g:; j - & u i - . . " - -
St. Louis. Mefrs,
Cwuii"i-iJQ Aleuts, UilveM. Luuii,
. Tti in I hut ciir. arid triv an.
r l.ViCU' " T . 7. . .
r 1 1 1 rr.-cive uvertitBeui r jr Dota lae Ait$r-
.'Twrtieing A cent in B
1,5 pJ Cuuiisi jn Aleuts,
and collect bills for tte sacie.
' " TILI" AGEKT TO THE ADVERTISER AKD
TrB WM.E IUa'ET, Enj. U our regular au-
J(ij trave.u-5 Aff"'
pe wtil shortly Tl-11 lu iattern cities far tee
,.f i.rocnrine aJertiniug patronage. He it
.. uthonxet to contract and e cur came in buti-
tra;a-"tifl cuuevteJ witU onr rtMLcaUocs.
Toclamatlon bj the Goiemor.
r IAi, It toss leen represented by ma
v: cit.re of th-.s Territory, LLt Uwlei
m.-n .:" ani'r.'Pi w yn aeri, are
7,r--tfa!:fii hve, n J t li. tore auU boucts,
..-eiiiLi the live ;f micT-cf our cHufjn,
sn;"5? ,f u'.ci.' Iobiup! toceihrr f jr tne
'. ,.. v t.i i!tviv1i.i:e'T arid rc'urn to
it at !e;&. . icare tbt? Tcrrit.Tj-; aJ la
: ,.t or ar.y ::.er j..tr:n' are rteretrer ronnj
:.',?!: mi t t f t TeTTiti ry. ensitej :nact"of
wfrs tf lie Territory, t'"tli civil htA
n! i.e iTiHiwtt t l-eur waitt tbeiii. ar.d it
- - i .- . , . . , . .1.., ... i
itVxV'u-! -fbi-'it fear oifav..r.
1 (iiven uiiier -my haul and the ereat eeal
L S tbo Territory, at Ouiih, thi 2iul iay of
JJiiiuarr, A.I.. lt2.
AiciRKOV s. Paddock. .
ccret.y tf tLt Territory.
X LITERARY BAXQVET.Tbe ceJebrafed .Vftr
York -Vrrcury publisbes Its aunaal Prvspectus, for
162, in our C'jluaini to-day, and our readars will mis
sumetbing if tfcey foil to perus it. Tbe Jlrrcury U
notonly tbe itrgett and cheapest literary paper in tbe
worid, but itf great aeriai Ronixncea.. Moral Tale, ex
quisite J try and General Miscellany art the very
bet pcblUbed ia this cwuitry. Ko other journal that
we know of haacythias lite its famous cuiitribuUrrai
cotyt d tl.te and wonderful Tarlety of mental fusl. It
Uuow ia iu 24th year, and bat a stability that insures
to all who aubsrlbe for it a anre and rich return f the
money Invested. The Sew York Mercury for 1SK will
be a paper that no American family can aflWd to be
without. Sab.scribe for It at o.-ice. we say.
NEW AD YE RT I SEME MS
Great J"atlonal Banner of Intellect!
American Hearts and hemes.
NEW Y 0 RKJtl E R CU R Y.
A NEW YEAH WITH AN OLD FIUEND.
CcscRtis, like the contending armies
n tV.ft Potomac, is statu quo. There is.
but lif: Congressional news telegraphed
toit.e pipers in the west. This is ac
counted for on the arrival of Eastern pa
pers nothing-ia them worth telegraph
jr.". We give below a synopsis of the
proceedings cf Congress. It applies to
alxost evjry day and week since the first
Monday in December.
Mr. A. introduced a bill providing for
the confiscation of all the property of all
Mr. B. presents a petition, from sev.
era! hundred citizens of Buncomb, pray-
in f that the Army on the Potomac be
ordered to advance.
On New Year'? dny of lfi2, that wonil -renowned
bdJ nuriva'iJel srem r.f Am'.'ri.-aa joarnali.m, the
peer!Now Ymk Mercury, will eater np-a the24ch
vearot tbi rnixt brilliant career ever tuaieTea by
pit per. During the rat year it h? been the
U .ber, itory-t-i'er. mentor, nl craclv of -'00,000
Amenecan home, from ocean to ocear, and from
Quebec, in Canada, to Fensaeo!, on tbo Oalf of
Mexico. Younjr and old. rich and poor, have revel
ed in its enchanting storie3 of wisdom, romance, art
poetry and frecial humor: and its praise it
ranniiiar in thnr moutns as househc'.d words.
The nobis patriot- dJier ia bij tent, Uto has whil'd
away the tedium of camp life in tho abaorbirg re
view of its
FORTY BKILIilANT COLUMNS,
fading in them a fa.-k-mating mniul di.iline
known only to tbo?e who rally to the banner-sheet
of the grand army of ameria intellect, and genius
In emmeacicir a rcw I ear the proprietors of the
New York Mersury can only say that it shall be
their aim tomae their great family jaurnalof a.
merican literature for 1852 more brllliaat and en
chanting than ever and its concentration of all the
world grndeft and moFt beautiful fpecia.ities in
healthful Romanes graceful Poetry elegant and
quaint Go-ip refining Knowledge pparkliog Ilumjr
and eLtertaininff New until like lore it
' rules the c urt the ramp the bower,"
as it already rus the happy dom-'stij fireside.
The editorial tone and National derartmenw cf
the New York Mercury will continue true to that
lofty ppiritof .airioti?m whkh has made is a neces
sity of the people since the war began, and kept it
in enthusiasts demand when other tueetg were dy
ing nil around it for Wfvnt if p'iou!ar juip'VTt.
Already the largest Literary Journal in the world,
and famous as the focu; of a thousand brilliant lit
erary reputations, its programme for 1SS2 will be
magnificent beyond all precedent. Tte most cele
brated pens of thiscrnntry and Europe have been
aecured in its service, at an outlay equal to the ex-
icne or tun re tr.nn one niiionni qvrr.rnnu;ut tn tne
. Mr. D. presents a petition praying that Old Yrli I and its novelettes, orcon inued itories,
, for IS62, will te the most splendid triumphs of ele-
Mr, E. be made Lieutenant Ueneral. gant Fiction ever publi.-he,!. To these, too, the
Mr. F. moves the House adjourn.
P..W. HicHcocii, Esq., the Slarshal
fcr Nebraska, has recently returned from
Wai!;ir.gton. bringing with him several
thousand dollars, which he will expend in
ravin? the Court fees, due from former
Marshals. Mr. Hitchcock is expected
km fcViut the 16ih or 17th inst,
magic pencil of the greatest of American artists, Mr
i'elixO C DsLrley, will lend the aid of pic torial art.
Our storr. initiatory of the New Year, is a Fplen-
did National Romance, commencin' in the New
York Mercury cf Saturday, January 4th, 1862, and
THE EEBEL P RITA T-EES
A Tale of the Present Time.
"ExnoHBiTAifT .Prices." The fol
lcving "squib" has originated a news
paper controversy, participated in by the
Omaha Jftlraskian, Nebraska Republican
nd the Veu-s and Herald of Nebraska
'SiGKiriCAVT. We notice that tbe Hon. Mr. C'.os-
er. of tfie Otce d?lcci'n in tbe present Houe f
Repreeiitative, purchased of George Lilly a Fplendid
ailver-moucted set of dxib'e barneis an article wliiih
lieconld iiotiTocure in -Nebraska City without paying
an exborbitant price. Xc6rai:'on.
The Herald tef lies -as follows :
We trnpe for he credit cf our city tbat there is feme
mistake about thi exbortitant price ouHiness 01 our
X'i,rk ri inlir .'vetwa fear there is some cause
f..r tbe aifenation, not more particularly in regard to 1 paid, to
Iiarne lnn oilier g'-.i!, ior c liunno ur-.ii-i.-i
foiia asert that coodi can be bought at Omaha, Piatt
jrmuth, Sid&ey, and some other place, much cbeaper
than here. If this be so, our merchants are notonly
doimc tbeataelvsw, but uur aty a fcreat jujuUcc. Ae
Irmka City UeraJd.
It it the jreat(tt Sautical A'avelctte since tJie dayt
TLe New York Mercury is sold by all
newsmen and periodical dealers in America.
To subscribers it i3 rezuUrlv mailed every
Saturday morrjing, for $2 a year; three copies
for 5: six copies for $9; eibt copies for
$12, with an extra copy free to the getter-up
of the club. Six months subscrptiots received.
Always; tcrite plainly tlut name of your Post-
Ojioe County and titate. e take the notes
of all specie-paving banks at par. Payment
must invari: Llv be made in advance.
Speeirmn Copies sent free to all applicants.
Address all letters atid remittances, post-
CATJLD72LL, SOUTH WORTH 'WHITNEY,
rrcprutors of the Keio York Mercury,
46 & 48 Ann Street, New York City.
Chandler the J ay hawker was sur
prised a few daysag S White Cloud by
a company of U. S. troops. He fled pre-
rinitatplv. accompanied bv his wife. He
-r j , t j
was' saved from being 'shot on sight,"
Pleasaiit liidge Kurscry.
CULTIVATOR AND DEALE& 1M
by his wife keeping between him and his pnyj J QRII AMZMTAL TREES,
Several of the readers of the Adver
tiser residing at a distance from this place
will find letters advertised in this num-
ler of the paper.
Sol. Miller says there is a paper in the
tvest of Kansas in which "article head-
ices, composed of five, letters, contain
eevtn differer varieties cf type."
Shrubbery, Evergreens, Sec,
Pleasant Ridge, Arispe, Bureau Connty, Illinois.
P. O. Address, Tukilwa, 111.
January 2, 15S2. n26-3ni
Fruit and Ornamental
Proclamation bj tbe GoTernor.
.. We call attention to Governor Saun
tiers' proclamation, which appears at the
Jie&d of our columns, commanding all
fcands or companies leagued together for
unlawful purposes to disperse, and ex
Tressin his determination to use the
jx-wer of the. Territory to enforce the law
and preserve ordfr. rarticular refer
,nce is made in the proclamation to per
sons styled "Javhawkers," who have
27 IFL JE3 ES
Shrubbery, Evergreen Trees,
With a General Assortment of Nursery
Articles, for sale at the
Pleasant Ridge Nursery,
ARISPE, BUREAU CO.. ILL.
Terr low for cash or its equivalent. We have a few
thousand fix and seven year old apple tree, whkh we
will sell verv low. as we want to dispose of them be
fore thev get too larje; also four year olds at $12.60
V, t, .1 n ,4 tKr..n vnar at All) DPT huUlirfttL and
lor some time infested the southern por- young tree at conponding prices
lion of this Terntorr. and rprpntlv rom
. . y I a , T- TM T" 1-
Also utierry, rear, x-ium, reacu, uri.pt;,
Currants, Gooseberries, llaspbernes,
Lawton Blackberries. Strawberries,
" Pie Plant, Roses and Dahlias,
of the finest tort.
mitted there many lawless acts,
Governor Saunders will be cordially
sustained by the enure people of Isebras
ka. In this neighborhood but one opia
ion is entertained ; that is, to exert what
ever force is required to suppress such
unlawful combinations, regardless wheth
er organized under color of pretended
loyalty to the Government, or avowed
rebels. Armed companies traversing the
country and pillaging peaceable citizens,
whatever may be their pretences of loy
alty, are resisting the law, and must be
considered enemies of the Government,
It is to be hoped the proclamation will
be sufficient to the dispersal of all lawless
.bands of armed men without resort to
OIR STOCK. OF ETERCREEXS
Is large, and very One rpecimens. Sizes and prices to
Uiders respectfully solicited and promptly attended to.
liHKlil ALUKIl 11.
P. O. Address, Tukilwa, 111.
torce. But SUch person maybe assured no apple ever gained so much popularity
, . j ji i- lime. The trees are good growers, early
the Governor IS determined, and law abl- very hardy; apples lrK-e and showy, auJ
P. S. We have about 7.000 four year old trees, of the
Kew York Pippin, for sale the coniintr fall and spring ;
in so biiort a
ii keep about
dinr npnnlp tvhn nnmnnsp avast mamritv equal to the Willow Twig. Also a !rge stock of the
, ? r .'. . ' r . Wagner, one of tbe best apples; viry early fruiter, ana
trees remarkably hardy, i'or a more full description
of these ai.d otber sorts, rlease see descriptive cutlaogye
sent free to all aipiiuants.
January 2, 16C2. ulC-Sja
.of the citizens, are in earnest to maintain
law and order in the Territory. JNc-
UNITED STATES LIAIL.
Post Offici: Ditaktmist,
Waihin'jtyn, Aoremitr 30, ISf l.
PROr03ALS will t received at the Contract C-S-e
of this Department until 10 a. ra. of Jfonday, March
1, lc2, for conveying the main of the United Siates
for four years, commencing Jciy I, 12, and ecding
Jniie 33. 1SSS, ia She Teiritory cf Kelrak3. ca the
rot.tes ar.d by the scLedule of departure and rriva:s
herein spec;aed. Eecisions annoancod ty April 'ia,
(Ezamine the laws, farmt, mni. inttmctian cnr.ejtd )
141)01 From Council B:nrr. lo a, by 0::iaha City, Xe
braska, B khorn City, Belle Creek, Foutenelle, Bu
:hanjn. Prai,klin. tl Dor.id, CoinmbiL, Grard Is
land City, Abbeville, Wood iliver. N'ebra-ka Centre.
nd Fort Kearney, to tearney City, 2J0 milei and
back, six times a week.
Leave Council l,:ufV daily, tr-xcept Snnrfsy, st 6 a. m;
Arrive at Kearney City on tie fD irth day by 6 p ni;
L ave Kearney City daiiy. eccept SuuJiy, at 6 a ni;
Arrive at Council B!crT on th fourth day by 6 p ru.
Bids to run by an tspe-iiiel hcheduie will be consid
ered. 14W2 From Omaha City, by Bellevne, OrearKilis,
Plattsmouth, Rock BlarTs, Lewistown, Three Groves,
Wyoming, Xebraska City, Otoe City, Mount Veron,
Brownevilie, Xemabi Cit r, Ap:uwai, St. Stephen's
Winnebago, Rulo. Xobart, and White Cloud, to ilisb
lutid, 131 miles and back, three times a week.
L?ave Omaha City it on.:iy, Wednesday and Friday, at
8 a m;
Arrive at Highland third dy t y 6 p m ;
Leave Highland Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 8
Arrive at Omaha Ctty third day by 6 p m.
Bid' tj run six times a wee'i, aiid also to extend to St.
Joseph, Missouri, will be considered.
14003 From Omaha city, by Florence. Fort Calhoun,
Yazoo, De Soto. Cumr-iiim city. Modail, Tekamah, De
c.itur, Omaiii, Uakotah city, Covington and Sergeants
Blu:r, to Sioux city, 116 miles and back, three times
a t eek.
leave Omaha city Monday, Widncsiay and Friday at 5
A r rive at Sioux city next clay by 10 p m ;
Leave Sioux city Monday, vredaesday and Friday, at 5
Arrive at Omaha city next clay by 10 p m.
Lids fr si.x-times-a-week service will be considered.
11004 From Bellevue, by ITarleton, to Fremont, 40 miles
and b.trk, three times a we-?t.
Leave Bel.evue Monday, Wi:.eday and Fridar, at 6
a ni ;
Arrie t Fremont by 5pm;
I eavc Fremont Tuts Jay, TL'rs lay and Saturday, at 6 a
Arrive at BoHerue by 8 p bi.
1005 From Bellevue. by Plattj Valley, to Plattford, 24
mi'.e and back, once a wc t k.
Leave bellevne Friday at 6 a ni ;
Arrive at Plattford ty 2 p in ;
Leive Plattford Saturday a: 6 a m ;
Arrive at Beilvue by 8 p m.
14006 From Ext Bluffs, by Kanoahe, to Wyoming, 15
miles and h?-k, oiuo a week.
Leave P.ock Dluil's Siturday at 6 a m ;
Arrive at Wyoming ly 12 i i;
Leave Wyoaiinir Saturday .; 2 p mj
Arrive at 11 ck BIuD' by 8 pm.
11007 From Plattsmonih, by Glendale, to Plattford, 55
miles and back, once a weak.
Leave riaitsm uth Satnrdny a . 4 a m ;
Arrive at PUttford by 12 m ;
Leave Plattford Saturday at I p m ;
Arrive at PlaUsmouth by 9 p hi.
I40OS From Kanoshe, ly Bucbs.naa and Plnm ITollow, to
Sidney, 19 niiies and back, three tiuiea weefe.
Leave Kunoshe Monday, Wednesday and Fri 'ay, at 6 a
Arrive Rt Sidney by 12 in ;
Leave Sidney Mocday, Wedne.-iday and Friday, at 2 p m ;
Arrive ai K.m she by p m.
110C9 From Three Groves, by Mount Pleasant, b Weep
ing Water, 11 miles and bav.lt. once a week.
Leave Tl:rf e (i roves S-itutd;iy at 6 a m ;
Arrive at Weepina Water by 12 ia ;
Leave Weeping Wjter Sauirday at 2 pm;
Arrive at Three Groves by 8pm.
14C10 Trm Wyoniins, ty Arooa, to Salt Creek, 45 miles
and back, one a eek. "
Leave Wyomiun Friday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Sale Creek by 8 pm;
Leave Salt Oeek Saturday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Wyoming by S p m.
14011 Fr-mi Nebraska City to Sidney, IS miles and
back, sis timos a weeT:.
Leave Nebraska City diily, escept Sunday, at 6 a
Arrive at Sidney, by 12 m :
Leave Sidney daiiy, except Sunday, at 1 p m ;
Arrive at Nebraska City by 7 pm.
14J12 From Nebraska city by WorraHton. Tecum
seh, Daniel's IUncho. Turkey Creek, and Denni-s-n,
to Jlarysville, ICanias, 88 miles and bnek, 3
times a week.
Leave Nebraska city Mc-nJay, Wednesday, and Fri
day at 6am;
Arrive at Marysville Wendesday. Friday and Sun
day by 6 p m :
Loave MaryVille Monday, Wednesday and Friday at
Arrive at Nebraska City Wednesday, Friday and
Sunday by 6 pm.
14013 From Nebraska City by Helena. Kingston,
Vesrn. Heft trice, arid Dlue Springs, to ilarysvillo
107 miles and back once a week.
Leave Nebraska City Monday at fi a m ;
Arrive at Marysvi'.Io Wednesday by 10 p m ;
Leave Marysrillo Thursday at 6 a m ;
Arrive at Nebraska Cily Saturday by 10 p in ;
I4C14 From Nebraska City, ly Syracuse, Palmyra,
Snltillo, Camden, and Areola, to Kearney City,
2U0 miles and back, once a week.
Leave Nebraska City Monday at 6 a ra ;
Arrive at Kearney City fifth day by 6 p m;
Leave Kearney City Monday at 6 am;
Arrive at Nebraska City filth day by 6 pm.
14315 From Mount Vernon by Sonora, Missouri, to
Kocki-ort, 16 milts and back, twice a week.
Leave Mount V-ernoc Monday and Thursday at 6 a
Arrive at Ttoekport by 12 m ;
Leave Kockport Monday and Thursday at 2 p m ;
Arrive at Mount Yeraon by 8 p m.
liids to run three times a week will be considered.
14016 From Brownviile to Rcckf ort, Mo., 10 miles
and back, six times a week.
Leave BrownTille daily, except Sunday, at 9 a m;
Arrive at Rockport by 12 m ;
Leave Jvx'kport daily, except Sunday, at 2 p m ;
Arrive at l?rownville by 5 p m.
14017 From llrcwnville, by Teeumseh and Austin,
to Beatrice, 80 miles and back, onoe a week.
Leave Urovvnvillo Friday at 6 a m ;
Arrive at Beatrice next day by 6 p in ;
Leave Beatrice Friday at 8 am;
Arrive at Brownville next day by 6 pm.
14; IS From Rulo to Oregon, Mo., 22 miles and back,
three times a week.
Leave Kulo Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 a
.Arrive at Oregon by 12 m ;
Leave Oregon Mondiy, Wednesday and Friday at 1
Arrive at Rulo by 7 p m.
14019 From Rulo, by Archer, Salem, MHldeburg,
Pleasant Valley and Clear Crock, to Marjsville,
Kan., 67 miles and back, once a week.
Leave Rubi Monday at 6 a m;
Arrive at MarvsviU,- next day by 10 p m ;
Leave Marysville Wednesday at 6 am;
Arriveat Rulo next day by 10 p m.
11020 From Saint Stephens, Neb., by Ruru Bottom,
Mo.. Jonc'8 Point, and Forest City, to Oregon, Mo.,
32? milos and back, twice a week.
Leave St. Stephens Monday and Friday at 8 a m ;
Arrive at Oregon by 6 p m ;
Leave Oregon Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am;
Anive at St. Stephens by Cp in.
14021 From Falls City, by Genera, Scott's, Table
Rock, Pawneo City, and Beatrice, to Patterson's
Rancho, 60 miles and back; once a weok.
Leavo Falls City Monday at 6 a m ;
Arrive at Patterson's Rnnshe next day by 6 p m;
Leave Patterson's Uanc'ae Monday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Falls City, next day by 6 p m.
14022 From Falls City to Saint Stephens, 15 milos
and back, three times a '-.-eek.
Tave Falls City Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday
at J a m ?
-Irrivo al Ntint.StPphcr8 bv 12 m;
Leave Saint Stephens Tuesday, Thursdav aad Sat
urday at 2 p m ;
Arrive at Falls City by 6 p m.
14023 From Teeumseh, by Kingston, to Helena, 11
miles and back, once a week.
Leave Teenniseh Saturday at 6 am ;
Arrive at Helen by 12 m ;
Leave Ilelem Saturday at 2pm;
Arrive at Teeumseh by 8 pm.
14024 From Pawnee City, by A. K. ITunt's, Tecum
seh, Kingston, and Three Forks of Great Nemaha,
to Olathe on Ssdt Creek, 90 miles and back, once
Leave Pawnee City Wednesday at Cam;
Arrive at Olathe Saturday by 4 p m ;
Leave Olathe Wedno.id'iyat 6 am;
Arriveat Pawnee City Saturday by 4 p m.
14025 From Aust'.n to Z?oatrice,8J j ndles and back
once a week.
Leave Austin Saturday at 8 am;
Arrive atBeatrico by 10 a m ;
Leave Beatrice Saturday at 11 a ra ;
Arrive at Austin by 1 p m.
14026 From Florence to Magnolia, Iowa, 30 miies and
back, once a week.
Leave Florence Monday at 8 a m ;
Arrive at Magnol a by 6 p ra ;
Leave Magnolia Tuesday at 8 a m ;
Arrive at Florence by 6 p m.
14027 From Cummin City, by De Soto and Fort
Calhoun, to Magnolia, Iowa, 24 miles and back, 3
times a week.
Leave Cummraing City Monday, Wednesday and
f riday at 6 a m ;
Arrive at Macrnolia t y 12 m :
Leave Magnolia Monday, Wendesdiy and Friday at
Arrive at Cumming City by 8 p m.
14023 From Decatur, by Logan Valley, to West
1 oint, 30 miles an i back, once a week.
Leave Decatur Friday at 8a ra;
Arrive at West Point by 6 p m ;
Leave West Point Saturday at 8 a ni ;
Arrire at Decaturby 6 p m.
11023 From Siocx City. Tow a, Cottonwood Springs:
Nebraska, to Denver City, Co 3 tailed aid lack,
once a week. ' -
Leave Sious City Monday at 6 a m ;
Arrive at Denver Cut ca the fifteenth dsy by 6 p m,
Leave Denver City Monday at 6 am ;
Arrive at Sioax City ca the fifteenth day by 6 p ra.
Bids to end at Cottonwood Spring, 330 miles less
iliiUnee, with proposed achedala,will be consid
ered. 14030 From Sioax City, Iowa, by lower crossing of
Eix Sioux, Vermillion, Yancton. Choteau Creek,
Stranger's Ferry, Ini:n Agenpy on tie Yancton
Sioux" reserve, and Greenwood-, to Fcrt Kandail,
141 miles an ! back, once a w jek.
Leave Sioux City Monday at 4 a m ;
Arriveat Fort lUnd:I Thursday by 12 m;
Leave Fort Randall Thursday at I p mr
Arrive at S ioux City Sunday by 6 p in.
Bids to ran two and three times a week will be con
sidered. 14031 From Sioax City, Iowa hj Niobrara, Poneh a,
Reserve, and Chimney Rock, to the &uth Pass of
the Rocky Mountains, 903 miles and back, once a
Leave Sioux City Monday at 6 a ra ;
Arrive at the South Pass of the fiocky Mountains on
the 15th day at 6 pm ;
Leave the South Pass of tha Rocky Mountains at 6 a
Arrive at Sioux City on the 15th day at o p m.
Bids to end at Fort Laramie, omitting the South
Pass of tho Rocky Mountain?, 300 tailesiess dis
tance will be considered.
Bids to enl at Fort Kearney will also be considered.
14032 From Dakota, by St. Johns, Poncah, Dixon,
St. James, Ililena, Frankfort, Bonhomme City,
and Niobrara, to Fort Randal!, 112 miles and back,
twice a wc.k.
Leave Dakot Monday and Wednesday at 8 am ;
Arrive at Fort Randall third day by 6 p m;
Leavo Fort Randall Monday and Wednesday at 8 a m:
Arrive at Dakota third day by 6 p in.
14033 From Dakota, along the Missouri River, to
Fort Randall, 140 miles and back, once a week.
Leave Dakota Monday at 6 a m ;
arrive at Fort Randall Wednesday by 6 p ta ;
Le t ve Fort Randall Monday at 6 a m ;
Arrivr at Dakota Wednesday by 6 p m.
11034 From Fort Randall, by Month of Blue Earth
River, to Mouth of Little Medicine Kriorrl River,
200 miles and back, once a week.
Leavo Fort Randal! Monday atSam;
.drrive at Mouth of Little M-di.ine fih day by 8 pm;
Leave Mouth of Little Medicine at 8 am;
Arrive at Fort Randall fifth day by 6 pm.
14035 From Poncha, by Iona, to V ermillion, Dakota,
25 miles and back, once a week.
Leave Poncha Tuesday at 4 a m ;
-trrive nt Vermillion by 12 m ,
Leave Vermillion Tuesday at 1pm;
-drrivo at Poncha by 9 p m.
Form of Proposal Guarantee and
The undersigned , whose post oflics address
is county of , State of , proposes
to carry the mails of the United States, from July 1,
I3G2, to June 33, IS63, on route No. : between
and , under the advertisement of the
Postmaster General, dated October 30, IS6I, "with
celerity, certainty, and security," for the annual
sum of dollars.
This proposal is made with full knowl
edge of the didance of the route, the weight
of the mail to be carried, and all oilier
particulars in reference to the route and
service, and, also, alter carejul examina
Hon of the laws and instructions attached
to the advertisement.
The undersigned, residing at
, State of
-.undertake that, if the foregoing bid foi
carrying tho mail on route No. be accepted
by the Postmaster General, the bidder shall, prior to
the 1st day August, 18f2, enter into the required
obligation, or contract, to perform the service pro
posed, with good and suCicient sureties.
This we do, understanding distinctly
the obligations and liabilities assumed by
guarantors under the 27 th section of the act
of Congress of Juty'J, lbob.
The undersigned, postmaster at , State of
.rf ifies.rDER Hid OATH OF OFFICE, that he
is acquainted with the above guarantors, and knows
them to be men of property, and able to make good
J points to be supplied te ccrrteily staled. D.Juert
muti inform ilrmielret on tut point, ana also in
reference to the weigh of the mail, the condition of
roads, hills, itrea-ns, Ac, and all toll bridge, fames,
or obstructions of any kind by which expense mny
be incurred. No e'aiin for additional pay, based on
such ground, can be consider?! ; nor for adeged mis
takes or misapprehension as to the decree of service ;
nor for bridges destroyed, ferries discontinued, or
other obstructions icsrtasirg distance, occurring da
ring the contract term. OiTic-e established after this
adTersisement is iisued, and aLo during the contract
term, ars to bo visited without extra pa, if tha dis
tance be not increased.
11. A bid retired after the last day and hocr
named, or without the guarantee required bylaw
and a certificate as to the suSciecey cf such guaran
tee, cannot tr? considered in competition with a regu
lar proposal reasonable in amount.
12. Bidders should first propesa far service strictly
according to th advertisement, and then, if they
desire, tevarrjfly for different service ; and if the
regular bid be the lowest offered for the advertised
service, the ether propositions may be considered.
13. There should be but one rout 3 bid for in a
proposal. Consclidatc-d or combination bids pro
posing one sum fer two or more routes' ars forbid
den by law, and cannot be considered.
14. The route, the service, the yearly pay, the
name and rcsidea-e cf the bidder, (that is his usual
post cE;o ad dress.) and those of each member of
a firm, where a sompany offers, should be distinctly
15. Bidders are requested to use, as far as practi
cable, the print-! form of proposal furnished by the
department, to write out in full the sum of the:
bids, and to retain copies of them.J
Altered b'ds should not be subrutited ; nor should
bids once submitted be withdrawn. No withdrawal
of a bidder or guarantor will be allowed unless dated
aad received before tho last day for receiving pro
posals. Eeach bid mast be guaranteed by two respcailt'.o
General guarantees cannot be admitted. TLe bid
and guarantees should be eigne J plainly with the
fall name of each person.
The department reserves the right to rejec t any
bid which my bo deemed extravagant, and .!i to
disregard the bids of failing contractors and bidders.
15. The bid should be sealed, superscride l "Mail
Proposals, Territory of Nebraska," addressed '"Sec
ond assistant Poatma.tor General. Contract oSce,"
and sent by si.n'i, and not by ca two an agunt ; and
postmaster- will not enclose proposals (or letters of
any kind ) in thoir quarterly return.
17. The contracts are to be executed and returned
to the department by or beforo the lf day of A'tjust,
1SG2 ; but the service must be commenced on the 1st
July proceeding, or on the mall day next after that
date, whether the contract be executed or not.
13. Postmasters at offices on or near railroads, but
more than eighty rods from a station, will, immedi
ately after the 31st of March next, report thoir exact
distance from the nearest station, and how they are
otherwise supplied with the mail, to enable the Post
master General to direct a mail-messenger supply
from the 1st of July next.
19. Section eighteen of an act of Congress ap
proved March 3, 1345, provides that oontracU for
the transportation of mail shall be let "in every
case to the lowest bidder tendering sufficint guaran
tees for faithful performance, 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 sucn transportation." fader
tti Imp, bidi thai proposeto traneport the mailwith
"celerity, certainty, and security," having been deci
ded to be the onlyUgilbidi,are considered atprotid
inj for the entire mail, hoice rer lanje, and ichatever
may le the mode of concyunee neceary to iniure its
''celerity, certainty, and tecurity," and tcill have the
preference over all othert, and no othen will be com
uiitered, 20. A modification of a bid in any of iU essential
terms is tantamount to a new bid, and cannot be
received, so as to interfere with a regular competi
tion, after the last hour set for receiving bids.
Making a new bid, with guarantee and certificate, is
the only way to modify a previous bid.
21. Postmasters are to be careful not to c?rtify the
sufficiency of guarantors orsurities without knowing
that they are persons tf sufficient responsibility ;
and all bidders, guarantors and surities are distinctly
notified that on a failuro to enter into or perform
the contracts for the service proposed for in tho ac
cepted bids, the legal liabilities will ba enforced
22. Present contractors, and peisons known at tho
department, must, equally with others, proccure
guarantors and certificates of their sufficiency sub
stantially in the forms above prescribed. The cer
tificates of sufficiency must be signed by a postmas
ter or by a judge of a court of record. No other cer
tificate will be admittsd. M. BLAIR,
See act of Congress of March 3.1815, section 18.
Containing conditions to be incorporated
in the contracts to the extent the de
partment 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 steamooat routes
there is to be no more delay than is sufficient for an
exchange of the mail bags.
2 On railroad aud steamboat lines, and other
routes whore the mode of conveyance admits of it,
the special agents of the Post OO&ce Department, al
so post office blanks, mail bags, locks, and keys, aie
to be conveyed without extra cuarge.
2 On railroad and steambsat lines the route
agents of tho department, also tho British and Can
ada mails, when offered, and the agents accompany
ing them, are to bo conveyed without charge, and
for their exclusive use, while travelling with the
mails, a eommodius car, or apartment in tho centre of
a cor, properly lighted, warmed, and furnished, and
adapted to the convenient separation ana uue secu
rity of the mails, is to be provided by the contractor,
under the direction of the dotiartment.
RaiJ road and stoauiboat companies aro required to
take the mail from and deliver it into the post offices
at the commencement and end of their routes, and
to and from ail offices m.t more than eighty rodsirom
a station or landing. Proposals may be submitted
f..x the performance of all other side service that
is, for offices over eighty rods from a station or
Receipts will bo required for mail bags conveyed
in charge of persons employed by railroad compa
nies. Thero will also be "way bills" prepared by
postmasters, or other agent of the department, to
accompany the mails, specifying the number and
destination tf the several bags. On the principal
stage routes, likewise, receipts will be required aad
way bills forwarded ; the latter to be examinea Dy
the several postmaste rs, to insure regularity ia the
delivery of mail bugs.
4. No pay will be made lor trips noi penmmcu,
,Hrph such omissions not satisfactorily ex
plained, three times the pay of the trip may ba do
A .,r-trt For arrivals so far behind time as to break
connexion with depending mails, and not sufficiently
excused, one fourth cf the compensation ior uie trip
is subject to forfeiture. Deduction will also be or
dered for a grade of performance inferior to that
specified in the contract. For repeated delinquen
cies of the kind herein specified, enlarged penalties,
proportioned to the nature tr.ereot, ana me import
ance of the mail, may be made.
. 5, For leaving behind, or throwingeff 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 deducted.
6. Fines will be imposed, unless the delinquency
be promptly and satisfactorily explained by certifi
cates of postmaters or the affidavits of other credible
persons, for failing to arrive in coutract time ; for
neglecting to take the mail trom or deliver it into a
post office; fur suffering it to be wet, injured, des-
troved, robbed, r lost; ana ior refusing, aiter us
axiii. to convey the mail as frequently as the con
tract, r runs, or is concerned in running, a coach, car,
or steamboat on the route.
7. The Postmaster General may annul the con
tract for repeated failures to run agreeably to con
tract : for violating the post office law--, or disobey
ing the instructions of tbo department; for refusing
tdischarge a carrier when required by the depart
ment to do so ; for running an express as aforesaid ;
or for transporting persons or packages conveying
mailable matter out of tbe mail.
8. The Pos master General may order an increase
of service on a route by allowing therefor a pro rata
increase on the contract pay. Ue may change
schedules of departures and arrivals in all cases, and
particularly to make tbera conform to connections
with railroads, without increase cf pay, provided
the runniEg time be not abridged. 11a may also cr
d r an increase of speed, allowing, within tha re
strictions of the law, pro rati increase of pay for
the additional stoek or carriers, if any. Tho con
tractor may, however, in the case of increase of
sjeed, relinquish the contract, by giving prompt no
tice to tho department that ho prefers doipr so to
carrying the order into effect. The Postmaster Gen
eral may also cmrtail or discontinue the service, in
whole or in part, at pro rat decrease of pay, allow
in" one month's extra compensation on tho amount
dispensed with, whenever, in bis opinion, the publio
the'public interest require the change, or in case he
desires to supercede it by a different grade of trans
portation. 9. Payments will be made by collection from or
drafts on postmasters, or otherwise, after the expira
tion of each quarter say, in February, May. Au
gust, and November.
10. The distances are given according to the best
information; but no icereased pay will be ailowd
should the points bagretter than advertised, if tt
e Harmon, for the
of Crane & Bail, District Court, Xmnaha Co.,
vs y Nebraska Territory.
John G. MeCathron and
H. B. Strong. J
By virtue of an order of sale to me directed in the
above entitled case, I will on Friday the 10th day of
January, A D 1862, between the hours of 10 o'clock A
M aud 4 o'clock P M of said day, at the d.ior of Den's
Hall in Brawnville, the place where said court was last
held for said Neuiaha county, offer for sale tbe fol low
ins described real estate to-wit: Tbe south half of the
north west quarter of section fl5) fifteen, township (4)
four, north of range 15) ftrteen, east, taken an the
property ol II. B. Strong to satisfy said judgement, -nil
said real estate lying aud being in Xemaha county, Ne
braska Territorv. J. V. COLEMAX, Sheriff.
Decinber 6, 1S61 u22-5wj $7,50.
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1 will sell Good Apple Trees, 6" to 8
feet high at $40 per 1000
3 to 5 feet high at- 35 per 1000
Extra size, many of them now in fruit,
body 8 to 11 feet feigh-.-- CO per 1000
Seedling trees, 8 to 11 feet 35 per 1000
lied Dutch Curant, I year old A per 100
" " 3 years old 10 per 100
Houghton Seedling Goosberry, 1 year. 4 per 100
Houghton Seedling Goosberry. 3 years, 10 per 1C0
Red and V fellow Antwerp Raspberry 1 per 100
Franccnia Raspberry 2 per 100
Strawberry, 25 varieties, from. 2 to 10 per 1000
Downer's Prolific Strawbarry 3 per 1SH)
Victoria Rhubarb 15 psr lOi)
Cahoon's Seedling Rhubarb 15 por 100
Scotch Hybrid Rhubarb 30 per 1000
Seedling Rhubarb 10 per 1U00
Rose, Hardy Summer, 29 varieties 15 per 100
Rose, Hybrid Perpetual, 25 varieties-. 20 per 100
Rose, Climbing, 8 varietiea..-- 13 per 100
Also a large assortment of Ornamental
Shrubs at 12 per 100
Descriptive Catalogues sent to all applicants.
JAilES L. LOOP.
Address, C. D STEYEX3, Agont.
Men iota, Lasalle Co., El.
Jaauary 2, 1S52. n25-tm
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ZsTsV NECESSITY IN EVERT HOL'SDUOLD
JOnNS & CROSLEY'S
'AmeriGan Cement Glue
TTTE STROXflR'T CLFS IN TnE TVOBLD.
THE CHK AFKT (il.CR IN THE WORLD.
THK 3H OUT D CRAB LIS GLl'K IS TUK WORLD.
TilK OXI T RKLIABLK C.LCE IX TUS WORLD.
TUB BiioT GLUE IX TUS WO&LD.
AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE
Is the only article of the kind ever pndaced which
WILL WITHSTAND WATER-
IT WILL .MEND V UOD
5ave your bi( ken Furritu'
IT WILL 31 END LEATHER
ilend jour Harness, Strap, Bits. Boots Ao
IT WILL MEND GLASS
Save tho re'ees of that expensive Cut t?ia3 Buttle?.
It, WILL MEND IVORY
Don't throw a aray that broken Ivory Faa it is
IT WILL MEND CHINA
Tour brckt a China Caps and Saucers can ba mads
as go-.d as new.
IT WILL MEND MARBLE
That piece krockad out of your Marbl MaUen
be put on as strong as ever
IT WILL MEND PORCELAIN
No matter if that brokeu Pitcher did eosibuta
shilling a shiilirss sared isashil.iagearned.
IT WILL MEND ALABASTER
That Cosly Alabaster Tne is brocken and you can't
match it mend it it will never show when put to
gether. ItvriU Llend bone, Ccral, Lava,
and ia fact everything batLIetals.
Any artic'.a Cemented with AMERICAN CEMENT
GLUE will not show where it is mended
Every ITousoKeeptr should uafea supply of Johns
A Crosley's America a Cement Glue." -V )' Tjc.
'dtisso eoavcuicnt to have ia tho houso." V Y
,It is always ready; this commends it to everybody.
"We have tried it and find it as nful ia our house
as water." Wille't Spirit of the Tine.
Hcoiioi2iy s TJVofaJ.tla.
SIO.OOU per year saved ia every iaiuily
by O ne Bottl of
AMERICAU C M.HT GLUE
Price 23 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Price 2o Cents per Bottle.
" Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Price 2-5 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
VeyyIJbcral Reduction to YFboIe
i7"For Sfle by all Druggists and Storekeepers
Ihnmghout the country,
JOHNS & OROSLEY
73 WILLIAM STREET
Corner of Liberty Street. KEW YOUH.
IiJipoxtantto Jlonw Ovrncrs.
Important toS UulIilcrL
Important to llailiload Compa
nies. Important to ranxKJr6
To all whom this may coneern, ar.d ii
JOHNS & CROSLEY'S
IHPROVED GUTTA PEHCIIA
The Cheapest and "moss durable Roofing
IT IS FIRE AfiD WATER PSOOF
It can be applied to new and old Roofs of ad kinds
steep oiflat and to Shingle roofs without xenjyinj
Tlie Cost Is only about One-Third
tnat of Tin, A!V1 IT IS TWICE A"
This article bas been thorousrhly tested in New
Tork City and all paats of the United States Cana
da West Indies and Central and south America on
buildings cf all kinds such as Factories Founderiof
Churchos Rail Road Depots Cars and on Public
Buildings gonerolly Government Buildings &o. by
the principle Builders arohetcots anp other during
the past fouryearsand has proved to bo the CHEAP
EST and MOST DUIUBLE ROOFING in use it is in
every respoct A fike vtattb wiatakr and time
I'ltOOF covering for ROOKS of all kinds.
Thiiihe OXLY imitrW mtinufautnred in A
i'uitcd i '.' which combines the very desirable
properties of Ulaiticidj and Durability which are
universally acknowledged to be possessed by QUI
TA PEKCIIAAND INDIA UUli-
Wo'licat i3 Required in Zslaliliag
The expense of applying it is trilling as an ordinary
Roof can be covered wnd finished the fime dny.
It can be applied by any one,
and when finished forms a perfecd y 1 iks Pboof nr
faze with an clestio body which cannot be injured
by Hsat Cold or Stokms Shrixkino cf liiKJF
Bo A Hi s nor any external action whatever.
GUTTA PERCIIA CEMENT.
For Coating Metals of all Kinds when
exposed to the Action cf the Whather, and
JTor Pres en fntr and Repairing
OF ALL KINDS.
ThiBlS THK ONLY CoMrOSITIOF KSOW.V iraicA trill
tuceetffully retitt extreme channel of all climate for
ant length of time tehen applied to met alt to which
it adheres firmly forming a body equal to throo coats
of ordinary paint costs much less, and will LAST
THREE TIJES AS LONG; andfromits elasticity
is not injured by the contraction and expansion of
TIN and other METAL ROOFS consequent upon
suddon changes of tho weather.
I trill not CRACK IN COLD OR RUN IN VTAR5I
WEATHER AND WILL NOT WASH OFF.
Leaky tin aud other me:al nofs can be readily
repaired with (Jutta Perch Cement, and prevented
from further corrosion and leaking, thereby ensur
ing a perfectly water-tight roof for many years.
This cement is peculiarly adapted for the preser
vation of Iron railing3, Stoves, Safes, Agricultural
Implements, Ac, also lor general manufacturers use
GUTTA TERCHA CEMENT
For preserving and repairing Tin and other met
al roofs ofevcry description, from its great elastici
ty, is not injured by the contraction and expansion
of metals, and will not crack in cold nor run in
g These materials are adapted to all climates, and
we are prepared to supply orders from any part of
the country, at short notice, for Gutt Percha roof
ing in rolls, ready prepared for use, and Cutta Per
cha Cement in barrels, with full printed directions
tions fur application.
We will make liberal and satisfactory arrange
ments with responsible parties who would like to
establish themjelves in a lusrarive and permanent
OUR TERMS ARE CASH.
"We can give abundant prcof of ai! w alaim la
favor of our improved Iix6ng Materials, haviDiTap
piicl them to several theusaud Roof ia Sew York
Citj and vicinity.
JOIXXS & CHOSLEY
Wholesale Warehouse, 78, William Street,
Comer of Liberty street, NEW Y02.X,
Full descriptive Circular! and Prices will be fur
nished on application.
..Yov. 7, 1881. ly
To tlie Army and Citizens
TVe will sell from this date, good Flour, at f,T,SO per
Toll for custom grindice, one-slxta per Pusbel
; Flour exenangod for Wneat.
Com Meal for Sale.
OnrTlourts kept constantly on hand at the Mill and
tte principle stores ia Browim;;e.
MELVIN & COAT
A ecrcpotmi raneCr. dc.-inct! 13 the r-.ot
eiTectual A'icrai'ut "that can b-? rr.aJ.'. It L .
a concentrate J. extract cf Tara Susapirilla.
so combined with ether suhtanrrei cf sull
Itreiter alterative power as to atTord art i-Jsc-
reputed to cure. It ia believed that iucb '
remedy U -wanted by thess who t:T.-t froT
Strumous complaints thct or.a which HI .
accomplish their cure must prove of Lr.rr-,cr.is
service to this large class of our aiLlIcted fVilow
cithscr.s. Uowco.T.pktcly this compour.d wi'.l
do it has lea proven by experin n: na mnhy
of the wrorst cases to be"fvUL.d t.5 the f jUs a ii: $
Ecuofvla and Scrxoyr!.or3 Co.-rrr.iiTx,
EaCFTioxs and Ehcpt!ve Distsr. UtX-ES,
PlJrTLi Blotciih, Trutu, S .i.T Rasv
Scald 11-ad, Sipuilih ad SwitiMTi Ay
KCTioxs, MsacraiAi Disease. D:io:mt, ew.-
BALGIA Oa TlZ DoCTOCXEVt. DctULtiY, Dti
TEP3IA AN1 I.VBICESTIO.V, E:tY JiiTLA, I!j
or Sr. Anthoxt'Firh. end uiJ.wI tlij uh''
cUss cf corrplaista arL-L". j Liii Ii'vut rv uif
"Xliis cinpounJ wul 1:3 found a jrft t :
moter of hrJi, whoa tan in th ipr.nj, ta
expel the 'foul humors which f.-tr Li ths .
blood at tliat season of tlio yc ar. Uy thi tru
ly expuh-ton of thom many r -mkdi:i ulsor d.1;
are nipped in the buL Multitudes cn. by
the aid of thus rcrny, spire thrtnv Uzt from
the endurance of foul eruptions a:i 1 ulcer oua
ores, through which th? yitjr;i will s'riyi t
rid itself of corruptions if not asst,..l to tl
this throu- tlie natural chanruh cf tl.3 l;o!y
by an alterative aedieiuc. Ch-ar.33 cut t! a
vitiated blood whenever yoi Mud itt i nput 1:1:4
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruption.',
or sores; cleanse it when you thid it is o-.'
structed and fIusTi in tho VvLii ; clean o it
whenover it n fou!, nnd your fevlLti w'll t.U
you when. Even where no particular clL-erd:r
is fell, people cnj'iy better health, and 11" .
longer, for cleansing th.e blood, lltrp ti
blood healthy, and all is well; but wi: this
Eahulum of life llsord.red, thero cu bo r.
istkg liealth. Sooner or later onv.d;lr.
must g" wron,7, and th great nuchin.ry c-
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has and deserves much, tha
reputation cf accomplishL". thosa cn b. Hut
the world hu been cgre;ious!y deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the ih-u .
alone has not all the virtue that is cl.iiv.f--i
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts cf it,
contain but littb of whj rlrtus of Sarsiarma, "
or any thing cue.
During late years th.e puhlb luve tcxa mis
led by large bottles, pretenilr:.; to plv cuari
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Io-st .
of these have been fraud.? upon the hich, f -r
they not only contain little, it any, Sarvpa
rilhi, but often no curative properties whatcv--er.
Hence, bitter and painful di.appointmenf
has followed the use cf tlie various extracts cf
SarsapariirA which flood tho market, until th
name itself is justly depised, and has becotus
Bynonyraous with imposition :md chs-at. ' Stll
we call this compound Sarsaparilia, end inu n 1'
to supply such a remedy as shall tl-uj th
name from the load of obhxpiy wliii.li rc--t'
upon it. And we thiitk we have ground fr
believing it has virtues which ure urt i LLlj
by the ordinary run of the diseases it i intend-,
ed to cure. In orckr to secure t-hvlr comp'.ctV
eradication from tlie system, the remedy t-houM
be judiciouoly taken acccrdu:g to directions cit
ritEr A7.ro dt
DR. J. C. ATIirS t'i CO.
Price, $ 1 pr Cottle j Six Uottlca or
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral -
has won f r itself such a rt nown f r t'to c-:ro 1 1
very variety of Throat and Img CompLiii.t, L.ut
it is entirely unnecessary fr us t rccauut Lia.
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been eru-.
ployed. A it has long been i.i constant -uj
throughout this section, we nee. I not d mors V.icx
assure the people its quality is kept up t t:a test
it ever has been, and that it may be relied on
do for their rcl.tf all i; Las vc; Ucu fvusl t-a Cj. '
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
roa ins tnrm or . '
Cosiirentst, Jauuiicr. D7',u,
Dysenianr, Foul Slom;icK. Prysi:elaf, i.vi ia-A,
Piles, R'tettmuHsm, Ilntptiuns and S' i't lJiitvuu,
Liver Complaint, Dirpty, Tette, Tt"or .!
Salt Rheum, Worms, Cottf, Xn.rn'jii, u
JJumer riX. and f r Vurif ji yj la l.W.f.
They are sugar-coat rd, so thst th moit mvJ-'
tive can take them plfssantir. and t'acy ors t'.ia"
best aperient ia tlie woild for all the p'-r;o-?i cT a
Price 25 tents pr Jot; Thi loxa Sir CTOC '
Great numVrs of Ch?rrympn, Fkv.'cuns, Pts'.ef
men, and eminent personages. Live l-nt thir .
names to certify the unparalleled w-fulne cu'th0
remedies, but our sp a here wl rot permit C .
insertion of them. The Adcr.ts brlow named fur
nish prarisour Ameuica Almanac ia whieii x .ef
are given; with also full descriptions f tlie a''V
complaints, and the treatment that should lx f--lowed
for their euro.
Do not bo put otf by unprincipled desders witii
ther preparations tiiey make mora profit oi.
Demand Atkr's. and take no others. Th-ki
svant the best aid there is for them, and the liquid
All our remedial art for iala by
J. J. THURMAN,'
Druggiatt, Brovvnvill, N; T.'
FRUNCE & CO'S.
Dnsaaa Botanic Gardens and Xancrxx,
(FOUNDED, i:a )
Plusblns, Long IaUna, 2f cm Hew Tor'lt.'
PSICED CATALOGUES, whica a' ert
purchr of Treen, n4 Ut applicant wh'l lnclu
stamps So. 1 Defriptive Csts!S'ie f rnit arrl
Uruamental Tree and Stirut". Kvpuerr!c. CurrBU
arid all other small Fruit. K-. i & tst, Crnlon
Chrysanttieinuins. Phli-x. In. I,nt'e 8wrt Wiiiibn
and other llertuceous Fiowsrini Piaoi. Ji,i. a Extra
Iarxe Fruit Trees, Ever?rren a;ii dher Ornxmriita!
Trees arj Shrnb?, uit.i!le for Imniflnta frnlt-b.ai in
and einbelinbment. Xo. 4 'A'tinle'tin rt:(,gne tor
Nurseries and Dealers, ampriiiiTreeSl;r!il. Ro.
Plant. Bnlboun Slower llci.ti, Stok fur Erinrif;ir;jr.
&.C. No. 6 Waole-ale Catiloue for Vegetable, Ajrl
cultural aul Flower see and Treo ana Slir'.a Sew .
&c. So. 6 L'esci iptlvis Ctta)i-Ki:e cf or.r rntlvi'fel
Collectlun cf 180 Select Variet je of Stra&er:1cs. r'
a RrtCTt o List, an-l Uirect imt f,r C'Hiu-e. X . 8.
Wbola-iale Lit of Native an i Forcirfi Grap. eVu
'Catalogue of BultxjQiFi-iwer of evry Ciat. t, n;ir
with Trees ami Herbare-)U.i Pisonie. Dabli. Primro-e-s
Pitl.antK,,. - . u. 1 1 t, . i . . .
Bare Flowerinif Piaut. N. 10 Wii.-Ip Citii j
of the same N. 13 Cat.il gne of tit ib t:e PiMit.
No. 14 Descriptive CjU:. gue cf 30 N .tive aii UO
N. B. The price havet-en (rr'y rJ'iccd..a3"! th-j
who desire will please eua their UstJ, wU.ca wi;J &
priced at tbe lowet rate.
November 21, lSl, r.23-tJ
50,000 LIIH TTOOL YFAXTHD.
ST. JOSEPH. MO. .
Two Extensive Woolen Factories ar: h
ONE NEW AND FITTED UP.
With all the LaU-il Fine hnprocmr,:!.
We are prepared to manufacture to Oiler, at a
have for sale the following Gds:
Satinet3. Heavy and Lihr,
JEJXS TWEEDS, FL.'l.Y.VELS
WHITE, COLORED, STRIPED AND 1XAIX
Zj I n o o v n ,
Fulled linxcjji, Colored IVhlt
and Mixed, 1 1-2 Yards wide.
Blankets cf ali Kinis ani all Quai:t!c?
YAR5T3 0FALL eiZE AND CDLOil, .
Warranted all(ioodsof the bet mat. rial. "
t5f"We will exchange ths above Go-is f jt .Tvc4
Fancy Bjla?r to Order.
We will pay caih fvr any amoast of Wovlaa
Flour constantly on handforsale. Thebestpriee
paid for wheat.
August, 23, 15 0.
The Probate Conrt of Gaue county hivirijc ai'i). in-i
the un1eri?neil as Commirki"ner cm the eiate o; J.
seph Proud of Gaife cuun'y, X. T. deceise.i, .L.trertbT
notify all percon having cl-ums amst vu.f c.tre
prebent the same to tha C.ni:ui.-ii. ut-r f.r exami;:ati r
and approval, in tbe lOthUayol Jmnxf, . D jsi--j
at Beatrice, or they will be forever debred tzi n rre
senting the same.
n. J. PIKRCR, )n
H. C. DA ViS, JComm:s-.,oer.-
Beatrice, Tecon'- - 'J
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