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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1862)
' . BROWNVILLE. FEB 20, 1652.
L O C X
JOV, COL CO.
T,w and rrinlir.g Mauml of all Kmih
Trlbcue Euildings, New Tork, and Brown's Iroi
pS. nuildinp. Philadelphia,
rt" The re authorized Agents lor tba
1 Farmer and Advertiser.
"MATHER & ABKOTT,
SUCCESSORS TO H G ELY,
fred Slates- and Foreign . Newspaper
333 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
tiiorizo4 accnUfortbe "NEBRASKA A.UVEE-
Advertising Ajrents in St. Lo
vlpV & O'DoKOOHUE, General
rrKVLl'l ' "
, i.ii.n 1 mnli lli7Ht I.. .11.
r. our socreiinel agents iu U.at city, and they are u
fhorized to rive advertisements fur blb thtAdvcr
t ter aud Farmer, and collect bills for ibe same.
Capt li. r. voiijxll, or tne fcaun
iers flying Artillery, Nebraska City,
rassed through this place last week, on
fcis return from Ft. Leavenworth with
' cquiprnents and munitions for his batte-
ry, consisting of 'cannister and strapped
'shot, cartridges, lanyards, powder, sabres
belts. &c. He will get Navy revolvers
shartly, and perhaps another Gun. He
was accompanied to this place by an es-
'cfirt of .' regulars. Capt. C. has shown
unbounded energy and perseverance in
filing tut "his company.
Fi.ao Pkisei? atiox, Tomorrow night
we opine, will be a gay time with the
Paddock Guards, and others who may
. attend. The splendid Silk Flag fur
: wished the Guards by Hon. A. S. Pad-
roci, will be formally presented to the
company at Den's Hall, after which there
4 'will be a grand Millitary Ball, and sup
per at the American House. See adver
rprti'pmpnt in another column.
The Semi-annual meeting of the
Brownville Temperance Society was held
. at the Presbyterian Church on Thursday
m night last week, at which time the elec
tion of officers took place. The follow
' irg were elected : .
Lcther HoADLrr, President;
" R. F. Bahrett, Vice President;
O. B. Hewett. Secy, and Treas.
NCVT Sheet MUSIC "Lizzie Dies to
night." A ballad by S. C. Foster, au
thor of 'A penny for your tloughts,"-r-
Jennie's coming o'er the Green,"4 Why
have my loved one gone." ik.c. To ihe
pub i:-ht;r Horace Waters -1S1 Broadway
New York, we are indebted for a copy.
Price 25 ctsVy mail.
A large quantity of ice has already
been put up in this place for consumption
next summer. It is of an excellent qual
ity, clear and solid, and we trust will
prove remunerative to those engaged.
Casualty. One of our "jours,"
"went and got married," something over
nine months ago, and last week he 'en
listed in the Nebraska infantry a boim-
Den- the indomitable has just returned
by "overland express" with a huge lot
of new goods which he opening up and
says he'll sell cheaper than "any other
man." Just like him always around
pleasing folks, giving them bargains and
"sich." Call in and see him.
Jayhawking is about played out in
Kansas and Nebraska. Gen. Hunter
has taken decided steps in his depart
raent. Last week a Jayhawker was ar
rested at Nebraska City, on the com
plaint of a farmer in Richardson county,
who had Jost a span of horses. He was
brought before Judge Streeter, who, af
ter hearing the evidence held him to
bail in the sum of S500, to await his tri
al in Richardson County, where he will
be removed for trial.
Berry's New Goods. Looked into
Berry's the ether day and there found
Jim and Ed opening cut a new stock of
Groceries and Dry-goods. Jim says "no
use talking" about hard limes; people
waLt goods, and if we dont furnish themt
somebody else will." Good idea "you
Tbe Advertiser, having been restored to health tn a
very few weeks ty a very simple remedy after having
suffered several years with a severe InDg affection, and
that dread disease, Consumption is anxious to make
known to his fellow sufferers tbe means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of tbe pres
cription used, (free of charge,) with fiirectiens for pre
paring and uing tbe same, which tbey will find a sckk
Cure for Coxsvmptiom, Asthma, Bronchitis &c.
Tbe only ooject of tbe advertiser in sending tbe Pres
cription is to benefit tbe edict eU, and spread informa
tion which be conceives to be Invaluable, and he hopes
every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost them
nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Tarties wiUing tbe prescription will please address
tev. EDWARD A. WILSOX,
Kings County, New York.
November 14, 1S6I. nl?-3ui
Scorbutic disease are tbe parent stock from which
arises a lar.'e proportion of the fatal maladies that af
flict mankind. Tbey are as it were a species of potato
rot in tbe human constitution, which undermines and
corrupt ail the sources of its vitality and hastens its
decay. Tbey are the germ from which spring, Con
sumption, KbeaumatUm, Heart DUea&e, Liver Com
plaints, and Eruptive Diseases which will be recog
nized as among those most fatal and destructive to the
races of men. So dreadful are its consequences to hu
man life, that it is hardly possible to over estimate the
importance of an actual, reliable remedy, that can
sweep out this Scrofulous contamination. We know
then we shall proclaim welcome news to our readers of
one from such a quarter as will leave little doubt of its
cflcacy snd still more welcome, when we tell them
that it really doe? accomplish tbe end desired. We
Ateb's Saksapahilla, and it is certainly worthy tbe
attention of tbo.ie who are afSictei with Scrofula or
scrofulous oniplaints. Register, Albany, JV. V.
Coder for March.
Contains eleven full len:
th pages of
Move ok. Such is tbe course pursued by Curtis
valuable medicines. Tbey never cease doing good bit
press forward, relieving tbe sick and crippled from pain
and disease. Tbe wonderful cures that are performed
Cnr;n, Unote - by Curtis' syrup cr Sissarras are reai. y marvelous.-
fc Couch, colds, hoarseness, measles, even Consumption
liew , Riding-dress, back" and front view begins to tremble when It comes in contact with it,fnd
, r . V T.n.sr,'!- Cnrlnfr rsccot soon tbe deathly grasp is loosened. Curtis' Afameluke
14 LUC UCW A4lllWl JOVtl( UUUUt lt.DOVU
- v Tlnim.nl ft familitr (a ArrT fainilT til tnA bllinlnrfnr
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jar cuuureu, a new pueiu ui mc uoir the many benefits tbey have received from its use. It
baldi shirt, Worsted flowers, embroidery, U well for every family to be provided; they cannot tell
what b.Kir tbey may require its use. mete meaicmes
stand high, and are used by many respectable physicians
of extensive practice. See advertisement in another
netting, and crochet patterns, etc. etc.
In this number are sixty-eight erigrav-
ings,and nearly all of. them illustrative
of the first Spring month. A most beau
tiful steel plate. A fashion plate contain
ing seven figures.
lr nnr, vornlihla BTtrart TtlPV CHr all hllliotlH
DISTRICT COURT for Otoe County IS I disorders of the human system. They reulste and in-
. . , 1 viiioraie iuo wver aim kiuitji mcj e.w
Tet in session At ISeoraSKa Ity. ISOtn d.gestive organs: tbey regulate tbe secreti ns, excre
... .. I UHI IUQ (IllliaUllUt, tauiniu iuo lihui.iiuu, iuva.
papers in. that place tandsomely compu- nry tb tiood. Thus, tu buuortt complaints some of
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T , rr- , which irt iwpio uver, eici urtuivuc, wjsyriicia, inc.
.ment Judge bTREETEa, as an eraCienl, cbil Is and Fevers, Cobtiveness or Looseness re en-
ureiy coniroieu ui cureu vj loesc iouiuic.
and thorough going Judicial officer.
Such a man in that place has long been
needed in this
cannot be too highly appreciated.
distrct. and his services Removes the mrbid and biiliius deposits from the
sioinacn ana ooweis, regulates iuc wci buu a.iuuoj,
removing every obstruction, restores a natnral and heal
thy action in the vital organs. It is a superior
Much better than Pills, and much easier to tafce
Is a superior tonic and diuretic; excellent in cases of
loss or appetite, flatulency, female weakness, irregular
ities, pain in tbe side and bowels, bilud, protuding and
bleetng piles, and peueral debility.
READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONY. '.
Ja T. Rrnnilpv morcnant 1A1 Pnllnn trfft. K(W
Lett. Stbich-ER &. Co.. Have iust Tork, writes, August 18, i860: " I have been afflicted
i run r.iiK M.nnindnissii
Why do't those delinquents who have
been so anxious to pay up in wood, corn,
hay, oats, eggs, butter, chickens, pork,
end every other species of "trade" come
along? We are getting out of patience.
SuntlHsj far ftt Sines,
t2TA NECESSITY IN EVEKY COUSDUOLD
JOKS & CROSLEY'3.
American Cement Glue
TOE STRONGESTGLrE IN THE WORLD
THE CUKAPEisT GLUE 1 TUB WoRLD.
THE OST DURABLE GL"E IN THE WORLD.
THE ONLY UK LI A BLR IS TUS WORLD,
THE LE5I GLUli IN TUB WORLD.
Save tho fvcices of that extensive Cut lass Bottle. I 5 -
IT WILL MEND IVORY
Don't throw away that broken Ivory Fan it is eas
IT WILL MEND CHINA
Ycux Iroken China Caps t-ai Saucers can be made
as good a new.
IT WILL MEND MARBLE
hat piece knocked oat of your Marble Mantle can
be put on as strong as ever''
IT WILL MEND PORCELAIN
No matter if that brokeu Pitcher did cost bat a
shilling a shilling psvedigashil'.ingenrnptl.
IT WILL MEND ALABASTER
hat Coslv Alabaster Vte id brocken and jou can't
match it mend it it will never how when put to
It will Mend bene, Coral, Lava,
and in fact everything but Metals.
Any article Cemented with AMERICAN CEMLNT
ULl'K will not show vnereiti menaea
"Every Ilouickei jvcr should uve a supply of Johns
A Crosley's American Cement Glue." JV ' Timet.
it is so convenient to have iq the house. J x
Ex lire 1.
It u always ready; tats commends 11 weveryDoay.
"We have tried it and find it as useful in our house
as wfcter." Wille'i Spirit of the Ti.
Eoonomv In Ofvltli
SlU.OOO per year saved in every family
by One 13ottl of
with t,llfK i.ViininanlM vith KlnoHinff tha laL Lbrf
a majrnmcent siock years, 1 nseu
received by express
cf dry goods of almost evtry variety and
which they are selling at unexpected low
prices, considering the times. Their
tock of prints, direct from the eastern
rxarketi, is large. The ladies and they
OUjrht tO know say the new 6tvles are induced a violent fever. 1 1 two doses pt
.rwrfo..1t .V,r;r,fT T,.t, DARLINGS
: 1 a r T ; 0 liver regulator,
great - iauy s mibu, suun.num suns. u broke np mj la
We advise all in want of such articles to
Mr A IfTrlr TMtV 11 TT L A fKa11 ttl fe t OC
fcu jtu -wv, -v, v rUM. ..Aupust ,3. ,360. I had a difficulty with the
M-hV: there arft hurh nilps frnm uhirh tn Complaint three yeats, with constant pain in
1 n r the small of my
And now consicter myself entirely cured."
rfon. John A Cross writes, "Brooklyn, Marck 16th
In tbe spring of 1869 J took a severe cold, which
It broke up my cold and fever at once. Prevloas
this stuck I had been troubled witb dyspepsia severs
nioutbs; I have felt nothing of it 6ince,"
Otis Studley. Esq., 138 East ZSth Street, New Tork.
my back. I had used most all kinds of
idect. ' .''No trouble lO show goods" .medicines, but found no permanent relief until lasted
s w , v- 1 t rvrp T? T? P TT T 1 TflR
I passed clotted blood by tbe nretbra. I am now en
tirely cured, and take pleasure in recommending these
mottoes of this new and enterprising firm.
Just think of nice prints for 12 1-2 cents
Krs.. Tebow, II Christopher Street, N. T., writes
'Feb. 20, I860. I have been subject to attacks of Astb
Herndon House Omaha last night. From
the programme before us we guarantee
thpfft truss hunftv tims TV, a t..nnc
J 1 . 1. r 11
;n ana &doui uiunaa are iu:i 01 tne "get 1
up" and know how to arrange such mat
ters, Besides Allen of the Herndon un-'
net be with you gentlemen.
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AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE g Ha :t l!l5 SI Jiisll l
s tbeoniy artic'o of the kind ever produced whieh c fjj E 5, c c55":--" 5cs.
WILL WITHSTAND WATER- limPrsifWHP.
. iT WILL MEND WOOD -J mUlUnHUlisPMilll
Save voar tunknn Furniture
IT WILL MEND LEATHER
Mend your Harncs. Sr-rai, Belts, Boots Ao
IT WILL MEND GLASS
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20.000 Tounir and straight Ancle Trccf. In twenty
AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE '".""rJ!rLbr.t!t
nauiui ihculji-U(U uug3 uuui uu ivi.
weight at high prices, to be paid for in X uriery
Stock at low prices,
Orinoco Tobacco Seed
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Very Liberal Reduction to Whole
J2T"For Sple by all Druggists and Storekeepers
lhronghont V"e rounirr,
JOHNS & CROSLEY
( Sole Manufacturers. )
78 WILLIAM STREET
Corner of Liberty Street. NEW YORK.
Importantto House Owners.
Important to Uuliderl.
Importantto Rail Road Compa
Important to Farmers.
To all whom this may concern, and it
JOHNS & CROSLEY'S
IMFItOVED GTJTTA PEPCHA
The Cheapest and moss durable Roofing
IT IS FIRE AND WATER PSOOF
It can b applied to new and old Koofsof all kinds
steep 01 flat and to Shingle roofs without removing
The Cost is only about One-Third
that of Tin, A A 15 IT IS TWICE A"
This RrtirlA hn hp 01 tVinrnrt o-TiI w torfA.1 Z Vav
r orir city ana all pajts of the United States Cana
da est Indies and Central and couth America on
buildings of all kinds such as Factories Founderief
Churches Iwail Iload Dopota Cars and on Public
Baildiagenerolly Gorernment Buildings Ac. by
the principle- Builders archetects anp others during
ttiepast tour years ana nas proved to be the CllEAr
EST and MOST DURaBLE ROOFING in use it is in
every re? poet a fike watfb weataeb and time
pkoof covering forBoESGP all kinds.
Tl, .-. n W V . .. r . . .
4 e uiMLtt ruiimut mannjauinrea til Itlt
United Mate which ct mbines the veiv desirable
properties of Jrarficitj and Durability which are
universally acknowledged tn be Hms ed by OUT
T A PERCH A AND INDIA KUB
J3h,H. Wo Heat is Required in Makling
The expense of applying it is trifling as an ordinary
ltootcan be covered nd finished the tame any.
It can be applied by any one.
and when finished forms a perfectly riRK Pkoof sur
face with an elestio body which cannot be injured
by II EAT COLD Or M0KH3 SHKIXglKO Of ROOF
Boards nor any external action whatever.
GUTTA PEHCllA CEMENT.
For Coating Metals of all Kinds when
exposed to the Action of the Whather, and
ror Preservintrand Repair ins
OF ALL KINDS.
ThisiSTHK ONLY Cohpositiof XKOWN hic trill
tvccrt'fiillw retitt ext rem chanqe of all climates for
am length of time when applied to metal t to which
it adheres firmly lorming a body equal to three coats
of ordinary paint costs much less, and wjll LAST
THREE TliES AS LONff; ewtfromite Jasticity
is not injured by the contraction and expansion of
TIN and other 31LIAL RUOrS consequent upon
m n A A an VianrFA. ff tti W O a t Vi HT
It will not CRACK IN COLD OR RUN IN WARM
WEATUER AND WILL NOT WASH OFF.
Leaky tin and other metal roofs can be readily
repaired with Gutta Percha 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 pieser-
ration of Iron railings, Stoves, Safes, Agricultural
Implements, 4c, also lor general manutacturers use
GUTTA PERCHA CEMENT
For preserving and repairing Tin and other met
al roofs ofevery description, from its great elastici
ty, is not injured by tbe contraction and expansion
ot metals, ana will not track tn cold nor run in
These materials are adnpted to oil climates, and
we are prepared to supply orders from any part of
the country, at short notice, for Gutta rercha roof
ing in rolls, ready prepared for use, and Gutta Per
cha Cement in barrels, with full printed directions
tions lor application.
Put up in papers sufficient to plant five acres at
15cts ; a red stamp to be enclosed to pay return
SO bnsnels seed spring Wheat at 75cts per bushel
All the above to be delivered at Brownville.
Aug. I8CI. ' R. O. THOMPSON.
Woodstock. A9h Leaf, Kidney, Pink Eyes, Scotch
Ftlnp. and P.hm Riistv Cnatg.at One Dollar rer bush
el del;vered at the Office of the "Nebraska Farmer."
100 Varieties Grape Vines.
The Largest Collection West of 2Tew York.
Delaware. DianaRebecca, nerbemont, Hartford
Prolific. Concord, Union Village, Franklin, Outaric,
Cugahoga, Canadian Chief, Taylors Rullett, Me a-
La W iljf , VlClvilllj VIVIIUW nut v. v. . w v.uv. w
it eastern catalogue rates.
Isabella, Catawba and Clinton at 25cts ea ph, 2
pjr do ten, 1 0 per lOO.
Aug. lSOl. AtCJlAllA INUHSt-lil.
Fruit and. Ornamental
T SSS. "
Shrubbery, Evergreen Trees,
With a General Assortment of Nursery
Articles, for sale at the
Pleasant Eidge Nursery,
ARISPE, BUREAU CO.. ILL.
Very low for cash or Its equivalent. We have a few
thousand six and seven year uld apple trees, which we
will sell very low, as we want to dispose of them be
fore tbey get too large; also fonr year olds at $12 60
per hundred ; three year olds at $10 per hundred, and
young trees at corresponding prices.
Also Cherry, Pear, Plum, Peach, Grape,
Currants, Gooseberries, Raspberries,
Lawton Blackberries. Strawberries,
Pie Plant, Roses and Dahlias,
of the finest sort.
OUR STOCK OF EVERGREEAS
Is large, and very fine specimens. Sizes and prices to
Orders respectfully solicited and promptly attended to
7. O. Address, Tioiilwa, 111.
T. S. We have about 7,000 fonr yar old trees, of the
New Tork Pippiu, for sale the coming fall and spring ;
no apple ever gained so much popularity in so short a
time. The trees are good growers, early fruiters, and
very hardy; apples large and showy, and keep about
eqnal to the Willow Twig. Also a large stock of the
Wagner, one of the best apples; very early fruiter, and
trees remarkably hardy. For a more full description
of these and otter sort, please seeueicriptivecatlaogue
sent free to aU appuuauts.
January 2, 1862. Iu26-3do
Thamost simple, durable, convenient aad economical
article ever invented for tbe purpo-e.
Will do the within ,r aft ordinary family before
breakfast, n.t cin'.y havib' timft. but clothes. '
Uytrictly toiiowiiic the printed directions, which are
(-irupe and tuy, it wiii wat.b at one time, six &hirU,
or tvfo den small articles, iu about sjx or seven min
utes, or their enmvaient.
By all tbe ordinary methods of cleaning fine fabrics,
such as laces, &.c, the greatest care is required, while
with this machine the moot delicate article can te
wa-he without the powiliility of danaae.
XLese result are 'produced by the constant reaction
tbe suds while the machine is in moiioa.
of, Faniiiie, laundries, hotels, hoarding-houses, hospit
al, asylum, boarding-schools, on shins and steamers,
acd in tbe army, who have tbse machine in ne, have
tent in tkelr teftiinoniols voiuntariaily, and the enco
luium of the Pres are very numerous, .some ot which
I have pubiisned in pamjdilet form.
All I ast of tne Public is a careful examination of
this dj arli iii e before purchasing of otbers.
General Depot 41$ Broadway, corner Caiul St., iew
Price only Ten Dollars
If. B. A literal discount to, the Trade. Jger.tt-
vanica. senator a circular.
Address box 2693, N. T. Citv P. O.
PHILIP FRE.VCH., Proprietor.
I 0 H A VINES.
MY Stock of cative vines comprise all the yerit-
ble varieties with which I am acquainted. The
lauts have been produced with ereat care, vnuer the
most favorable circumstances for healthy develop
ment,aud surpass in excellency any that I havohere
toforo been able to offer.
For the fall trade, only a limited supply of Union
Tillage, Lenoir, ( Lincoln,) Pauline, EIsingburj, Tay
or (or Bullitt. and Allen's lljbnd is oAjregi. VL
be?t Delaware layers, aho, the supply is not large,
bat quality nncqualed.
Tho stock from Delaware, single eyes grown both
in bouse and open a;r, isarge and fine. For vine
yard planting some strong vines, grafted on Cataw
ba and Isabella stocks, are cuerea at a low price
roots very strong.
v cry larre layers of Diana, ilerbemont, and con
cord, grown with e?pecial care for immediate bear
ing. Uood layers of Anna, llogera Hybrid, W kinds
also Clara. Cassidv, To Kalon, Kobecca, ilillers
Louisa, Logan, Emily, Canby's AuU3t, Iludssn, Q.
rohfic, Cuyahoga, &e.
A general assortment of foreign varieties for vi
Of Downing' Everbearing Mulberry the supply
is not large, and a great part of tho trees already
ordered. They are very rigorous, acd the wood
well grown and matured.
hoIesftie descriptive list sent to those who wish
to form clubs, 09 application. List also sent to
dealers. Fourth edition of Illustrated Catalogue
sent for two three-cent stamps It is designed to be
a full and comprehensive treatise on the manage
ment of the vine, giving such information as pur
chasers and growers are supposed to need. Fartio
ular directions are given for the preparation of the
soil and planting, and the directions for training
are illustrated by many carefully prepared engravings.
The descriptions of the varieties will be found
accurate and trustworthy, being drawn from person
al knoweledge, and very extensive observation.
C . W.
IONA, NEAR PEEKSKILL,
Westchester Co., Keir York.
OSIER WILLOW CUTTINGS,
Variety Perpureu for live fence.
I will cut. bundle and deliver the Cuttings at
Brownville for $5 pr eighty rods : being but a little
over ttM dollars per thousand. This is from one to
three dollars less than ever offered before.
All orders at these prices must be sent in before
the 1st of October, 1861.
Send orders by mail with cash . to
It. O. THOMPSON.
Nebraska City, X. T.
NEMAHA NURSERY", - )
18'milesWestof Neb-as ka City, August l.-n8-tf
On new Air Line Kearney Road.)
Tce .Ojiajia Typographical Ukiok.
Gave it First Annual Festival at the Ji if I have never found urom
In affording Immediate relief. It Is a thorough liver
and billions remedy
Mrs. Toung, of Brooklyn. WTltes . TehruaryC8 I860.
In May last I had a severe attack of Piles, which cott
oned me to the house. I look one bottle of
T TT?r" TTrP,PT7TC
.r.nil. n-.ll ht't n.rt . Knrrt- 1 ,1 JlivJ,
-v.-vm- ..w I J "v wu.v. nd was entirely cured. I hare had no attack since.'
D. Westervilie, Esq., or South 6lh, near 6th Rtret,
WUJiamburg. L. I., write: "Augnst 6. 1860 Having
teen troubled with a difficulty in the Liver, and subject
to biliious attacks, 1 was advied by a friend to try
LIVER REGULATOR. -
I did so, and found it to operate admirably, removing tbe
bile and aroiuita the liver to activity. I have also
used It s a
When our chi idren are out of sorts, we give them a few
drop and it sets tham all ricbt. I find it meets the
general i.tf Uie stomach and bowels when disor
F.EADTR, If yo eeed either or both tf these most ex
eel lent Remedies, inquire fr thetn at the stores; if you
do not And theui. take no other, but iuclote One Dollar
in a lettf r, and on receipt of the moner, tbe Remedy or
Remedies will he sent according to your oirectlous, by
mail or express, pobt-paii. Adere,
DAN'L S. DARLIXG.
IC2 XasKu Street, New Tork.
Put ut in 0 cent and $1 Bottlea, oacfcu
Nov. 7, 1661. ub-tai
We will make liberal and satisfactory arrange
ments with-responsible parties who would like to
establish themselves in a lucrative and permanent
OUR TERMS ARE CASH.
We can give abundant proof of all we claim in
favor of our improved Roefinz Materials, having an-
piied them to several thousand Roofs in New York
City and vicimty.
, JOIEVS ii, CROSEEY
SOLE If ANrFACmtEBS,
Wholesale Warehouse, 78, William Street,
Corner of Liberty 1 treet, HEW Y0SX,
Full descriptive Circulars and Prices will be fur
nished on application.
ifUBT 8 UiREis arms. L.ast year
a few boxes of Terry's Garden Seeds
were told in this place and were all the
ro. We take the occasion to call the
attention cf our merchants to this matter.
They owe it to their patrons to furnish
hera with good freh seed raised in this
soil and climate, llr. Terry's seed ard
aT raised near Crescent City Iowa ane
can be had at the usual wholesale rates.
They can also be had by mail. Address
H. A. Terry, Crescent City, Iowa.
,,CrevelingB Grape Vines.
Orders for Vines of thisreally d'liciot and early
Grape accompanied by Cash will receive prompt
Good one year Tines, 50c each, $4 per dorcn.
Good two year Vines, $1,00 each. $7 per di sen.
P. M. GOODWIN BRO.,
v2n3 Kingston, Luierne Co., Pa.
Agricultural Cauldron and Steamer.
FOR SALE 221 and 223 South "Water Street
Chicago, 111. Prices, Wood $35, Coal 133, staple
sixes other sizes id proportion, wita treignt added
from factory in aew 1 one to Chicago.
The advantages of cooked over raw food is admit
ted by all. The old way of boiling in kettles is both
slow and expensive, so moth so taht but few men do
it. Something more practical must be had. Steam
seemes to be the only alternative. The Patentee
has retaindall the advantages of the Portable Cal
dron for boiling, and devised means of generating
steam suficient for ali purposes. It is simple and
practical, and proves Pt Hi ECT SUCCESS.
W WW m srfcrvisrr
1. I A.
Sole agent for Rlinbis and North-West,
221 223 S. Water St., Chicago.
Where will also be found Dowxs A Co's Deep Well
Pnmn Force Cisterns, Lhain and Common ell
Pumw. Thimble Skeins and Sad Irons, as well as
r T " PT 1 fy a. T
verY variety OI roruiiug i.mns, iruu v"ro"
Sbeilers. Fd win, y ana rmiorm scales.
Stoves. Ac. The above will be sold on account of
the manufacturers, at their respective faotory prices
adding freight to this puce.
January 1852, tf
I am prepare! to fill orders for this fine sweet ?cented
Rote, with good strong plants, at the following very
low rates, vii :
Single Plants, - - .- - - $ M
1 doten ' - - - - -160
luo " ..... 900
1000 " . . . . . -65 Oti
Kow is the time to or Lament your Lawns and Resi- j
Address. H. A.TE2RT,
Kot. IS nSl-tf Creceat City, Iowa.
All those indebted to me me will please make
n . a. a 1 W t a.
1 will take r-gg, iuner, p otatoes, vxrn, u uoai
Hides, Pork, Wood, or
at highest market prices. I am going to close on all
who do not comp'y with the aSove terms pxovicLr
tbey have more than the law allows them.
Hopin" this may be sufficient, I am
J. W. iUDDLETON.
February 6lh, IS52. tol-tf
Currants, Gooseberries, Blackberries,
&c, &cM &c.
Of which we"have a lape stock, and we offer them very
low for tbeFall Trade 1961 , and would solicit the orders.
of those wishing to purchase.
Enclose stamp, aud send for Catalogue and Price List.
EM SIGN 6t FORD,
v6n33-Fv-2n3 Ohio Nurseries, Toledo, O
RASPBERRIES ! RASRBERRIES ! !
Hudson river $2 per doi, 2octs each.
Franconia' 2 f ".
Falstaff 15p " 20 f
Allen 2 f 25
Cincinnati 2 "
White end Red Antwarp $2 per doi.
American Purple Cane 2 44
Aug. 1331. NEMAHA NURSER.Y
Pleasant Ridge Nursery.
CULTIVATOR A NO DEALER 19
FRUIT & ORNAMENTAL TREES,
Shrubbery, Evergreens, &c,
Pleasant Ridge, Arlspe, Bureau County, Illinois.
P. O. Address, Tiskilwa, 111.
January S, 1862. n26-3m
UNITED STATES MAIL.
UEBRASK A ,
Post OrncE Department,
Washington, November 30, 1861.
PROPOSALS will be received at tbe Contract Oface
ot this Department until 13 a. m. of Monday, March
31, 1862, for conveying the malis of the United States
for four years, commencing July i. ib62, and ending
June 30, 1866, in the Territory of Nebraska, on the
routes and by the schedule of departures and arrivals
herein specified. Decisions announced by April 84,
(Examine the laws.formt, and instructions annexed.)
14001 From Council Bluffs, Iowa, by Omaha City, Ne
braska, Ekhorn City, Belle Creek, Fontenelie, Bu
chanan, Fratiklio, 1 Dorado, Columbu, Grand Is
land City, Abbeville, Wood River, Nebraska Centre,
and Fort Kearney, to Kearney City, 220 miles and
back, six times a week.
Leave Council Bluffs dally, except Sunday, at 6 a. m;
Arrive at Kearney City on tbe fourth day by p m;
Leave Kearney City daily, except Sunday, at 6 a m;
Arrive at Council Bluffs on the fourth day by 6 p m.
Bids to run by an expedited schedule will be consul
14002 From Omaha City, by Bellevue, Oreapolis,
Plattsmouth. Rock Bluffs, Lewistown, Three Groves,
Wyoming, Nebraska Qty, Otoe City, Mount Veron,
Brownsville. Nemaha City, Aspiuwal, St. Stephen's
Winnebago, Rulo, Nohart, and White Cloud, to High
land. 131 miles and back, three times a week.
Leave Omaha City Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at
Arrive at Highland third day by 6 p m I
Leave Highland Monday, Wednesday, aad Friday, at 8
Arrive at Omaha City third day by 8 p m.
Bids to run six times a week, and also to extend to St
Joseph, Missouri, will be considered.
14003 From Omaha city, by Florence, Fort Caihonn,
laioo, ue solo, camming city. Mudall. Tekamah. De
catur, Omadi, Dakotah city, Covington and Sergeants
Bluffs, to Sioux city, 116 miles and back, three timea
Leave Omaha city Monday, Wednesday and Friday at S
Arrive at Sioux city next day by 10 p m ;
Leave Sioux city Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 5
a m ,
Arrive at Omaha city next days by 10 p m.
Bids for aix-times-a-week service will be considered
14004 From Bellevue, by Hazleton, to Fremont, 40 miles
ana o.ic, wiree nines a wee.
Leave Bellevue Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at
Arrive at Fremont by 8 p m ;
l eave Fremont Tut sday, Thursday and Saturday, at 6 a
Arrive at Bellevue by 8 p m.
U005 From Bellevue. by Platte Talley, to Plattford, 24
miles and back, once a week.
Leave Bellevae Friday at 6 a m ;
Arrive at Plattford by 2 p m ;
Leave Plattford Saturday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Bellvce by 8 p m.
14006 From Rock Bluffs, by Kanoshe, to Wyoming, 15
miles ana Dae, once a week.
Leave Rock Blah's Saturday at 6 a m ;
Arrive at Wyoming by 12 m J
Leave Wyoming Saturday at 3 p m(
Arrive at Rock Bluffs by 8 p m.
14007 From Plattsmouth, by Glendale, to Plattford, 33
miles ana tact, once a wee.
Leave Plattsmouth Saturday at 4 a m;
Arrive at Plattford by 12 m ;
Leave Plattford Saturday at I p ra ,
Arrive at Plattsraouth by 9 p in.
14008 From Kanoshe, by Buchanan and Plum Hollow, to
sianey, is mues ana dsck, inree timesi wees.
Leave Kanoshe Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 6
Arrive at Sidney by 12 m ;
Leave Sidney Monday. Wednesday and Friday, at J p m
Arrive at &.anosbe by n p ra.
14009 From Three Groves, by Monnt Pleasant, to Weep
ing water, it miles and back, once a week.
Leave Three Groves Saturday at 6 a m ;
Arrive st Weeping Water by 12 m ;
Leave Weeping Water Saturday at 2 pnj J
A rrive at Three Groves by 8 p m.
11C10 Trcro Wyoming, by Avoca, to Salt Creek, 45 miles
ana cscx, one a veex.
Leave Wyoming Friday at 6 a raj
Arrive at Salt Creek by 8pm;
Lesve Salt Creek Saturday at S a m;
Arrive at Wyoming by 8 p m.
14CI1 From Nebraska City to Sidney.IS miles and
ciacK. six times a wees.
Leave Nebraska City daily, except Sunday, at 8 a
Arrive at Sidney, by 12 m:
Leave SLdoey daily, except Sunday, at 1 p a ;
Arrive at Nebraska City by 7 p ra.
14012 From Nebraska city by Worrailton. Tecum
seh, Daniel's Rancho. Turkey Creek, and Denni
son, to Marysvilie, Kansas, 83 miles and back,
tixes a week.
Leave Nebraska city Monday, Wednesday, an.i Fri
day at a m;
Arrive at Slarytviile Wendesday. Friday and Sua
day by 6 y m .
Leave Maryvilla Uon Jay, Wednesday and Fridiy at
Arrive at Nebraska City Wednesday, Friday and
Sunday by & p ta.
U013 From Nebrask City by Helena, Kingston,
Vests, lieatrice, and Blue hprm' to iIarjsn.io
107 miles and b wkoncea wsek.
cave 4.-braik& City Monday at ft a m ;
Arrive nt . .irysvma cinesaay Dy p j
T.avrt Marv Tile Tbars J? at 6 a m ;
Arrive a t Nebraska City Saturday by 10 p m ;
4014 Froa Nebraska City, by Syracuse, i a.myra,
Sakillo, Camden, wnd Areola, to .earoey vuy,
200 miles and back, ozee a week.
Leave Nebraska City Monday at 6 a m J
Arrive at Kearney City Lfth day by 6 p m
Leave Kearnev City Monday at 8 am;
Arrive at Nebraska City fifth day by 6 p m.
14015 From Mount Vernon by Snors, Missouri, to
Rock port. 16 mil and back, twice a week,
eave MoULt Vernoa Moiida and Thursday at 6
Arrive at Rockpor't by 12 m ;
jeave liocktwrt ilnd-iy and l hursaay at - p m ;
Arrive at Mount Vernon by 8 p m.
Bids to ran three times a week will la considered.
14015 From Brownville to Rockport, Mo., ,10 miles
and back. MX times a week,
.eave Brownville di!y. except Sunday, t9m;
Arrive at Rockport by 12 m ;
Leave Rock port daily, except Sunday, at 2 p m;
Arrive at Brown villo by 5 p m.
14,017 iroua Brcwnvilte, by Tecumsea and Aujtia,
to Beatrice, 80 miles and back, once a week.
Leave Brownville Friday at 6 a ra ;
Arrive at Beatrice next day by 6 p m ;
Leave lies trice r riday at o a ru ;
Arrive at Brownville next day by 6 p m.
ilS From Rulo to Oregon, Mo., 22 miles and back,
three times a week.
Leave Rulo Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 a
Arrive at Oregon by 12 m ;
Leave Oregon Morday, Wednesday and Friday at 1
Arrive at Rulo by 7 p m.
4Q19 From Rulo, by Archer, Salem, Middleburg,
Pleasant V alley and Clear Creek, to ilarysyii.e,
Kan., 67 miles and back, once a week.
leave Rulo Monday at 6 a m;
Arrivo at Marysvilie next day by 10pm;
Leave Marysvilie Wednesday at 6 a m ;
Arrive at Rulo next day by 10 p m.
11020 From Saint Stephens, Neb., by Rash Bottom,
Mo Jone s riant, and r orest City, to Oregon, ilu.,
32? miles and back, twice a week.
'..eave St. Stephens Monday and Friday at 8 a m :
Arrive at Oregon by 6 p m ;
Leave Oregon Tuc-day aud batnrday at S am :
Ar.ive at St. Stephens by 6 p m.
1021 From rails City, by Ueneva, fccntt g, lable
Rock, Pawnee City, and Beatrice, to Patterson's
Ranche.SO miles and hack, once a week.
Leave Falls City Monday at 8 a m ;
Arrive at Patterson's Ranche next day by 6 p m ;
Leave Patterson's Ranche Monday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Falls City next day by 6 p m.
14022 From Falls City to Saint Stephens, 13 miles
and back, three times a week.
Leave Falls City Tuesday, Thursday, acd Saturday
at 8 a m-
Arrive at Saint Stephens by 12 m;
Leave Saint Stephens Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
urday at 2 p m ;
Arrive at Falls City by 6 p m.
14023 From Tecumseh.by Kingston, to Helena, 11
miles and back, once a week,
jeavo Tec u ruse h Saturday at 6 a m :
Arrive at Helena by 12 m;
Leave Helena baturday at 2 p m j
Arrive at Tecuinseh by 8 p m.
14024 From Pawnee City, by A. R. Hunt's, Tecnm-
seh, Kingston, and Ihree rorksof Ureat emaha,
to Olalho on S.alt Creek, 90 miles and back, once
Leave Pawnee City Wednesday at 6 am;
Arrive at Olathe Saturday by 4 pm;
Leave Olathe Wednesday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Pawnee City Saturday by i p m.
14025 From Austin to Beatrice, miles a&l back
once a week.
Leave Austin Saturday at 8 a m ;
Arrive at Beatrice by 10 am;
Leave Beatrice Saturday at 11 a m ;
Arrive at Austin by 1 p m.
1402G Frcro Florence to Magnolia, Iowa, 30 miles and
back, once a ween.
Leave Florence Monday at S am;
Arrive at Magnolia by 0 p m :
Leave Magnolia Tuesday at 8 am ;
Arrive at r lorence by 0 p m.
14027 From Camming City, by He Soto and Fort
Calhoun, to Magnolia, Iowa, 24 mues and back, 3
times a week.
Leave Cummming City Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 6 a m ;
Arrive at Maznolia by 12 m :
Leave Magnolia Monday, Weadc;day aud Friday at
Arriye tt CummicgCity by 8 p m. .
14023 From Decstnr, by Logan Valley, to West
Point, 30 mi lex an i back, once a week.
Leave Decatur Friday at 8a m;
Arrive a t West Point by 6 p m ;
LeaAe West Point Saturday at 8 a m ;
arrive At Decatur by 6 pro.
14029 From Sioux City, Iowa, Cottonwood Springs;
Nebraska, to Denver City, 660 miles and back,
once a week.
Leave Sioux City Monday at 6 a m ;
Arrive at Denver City on the fifteenth day by 6 p m,
Leave Donyer City Monday at 6 am ;
Arrive at Sioux City on the fifteenth day by 6 pm.
Bjds to end al Cottonwood Springs, 330 miles less
distance, with proposed schedule, Vui be considered.
14030 From Sioux City, Iowa, by lower crossing of
Bix bioux, Vermillion, lancton. Choteau Creek,
Stranger's Ferry, Indian Agency on the Yancton
Sioux reserve, and Greenwood, to Fort Randall,
141 miles and back,onceawjek.
Leave Sioux City Monday at 4 a m ;
Arrive at f orf RandU Thursday by 12 m ;
Leave Fort Randall Thursday at 1 p m
Arrive at Sioux City hunday by 6 p m.
Bids to run two and three times a week will be con
14031 From Sioux City, Towa by Niobrara, Poncba,
Reserve, and Chimney Kock,to the cxiuth Pass of
the Koeky Mountains, S03 miles and back, once a
Leave Sioux City Monday at 6 a m ;
Arrive at tbe south Pass of the Rocky Mountains on
the I5lh day at 6 p m ;
Leave the South Pass of the Rocky Mountains at 6 a
Arrive at Sionx City on the 15th day at 6 p pa.
Bids to end at Fort Laramie, omitting the South
Pass of the Rocky Mountains, 300 miles less dis
tance will be considered.
Bids to end at Fort Kearney will also be considered.
14032 From Dakota, by St. John's, Poncah, Dixon,
St. James, Halena, Frankfort, Bonhomme City,
and Niobrsra, to Fort Randall, 112 miles and back,
twice a week.
Leave Dakota Monday and Wednesday at 8 am ;
Arrive at Fort Randall third da bv 6 d m :
Leave Fort Randall Monday ancl Wednesday at 8 a m;
Arrive at uakota third day by 3 p m.
14033 From Dakota, along tl e Missouri RiTer, to
tort uantta.ii, no mues and back, once a week.
Leave Dakota Monday at 6 a m ;
Arrive at Fort Randall Wednesday by 6 p p ;
Leve Fort Randall Monday at 6 a m ;
Arrivr at Dakota Wednesday by 6 p ra.
11034 From Fort Randall, by Month of Line Earth
River, to Mouth of Little Afedicine 1001 River,
ZOO mues and back, once a week.
Leave Fort Randall Monday at 8 a m :
.Arrive at Mouth of Little Medicine fifth day by 6 p m;
Leave jioutn 01 Little Jiedicire at o am ;
Arrive at Fort Randall fifth dy by 6 pm.
14035 From Poncha, by Iona, to Vermillion, Dakotr
n r 11 1.
mitea uuu urn. , unco m wueg.
Leave Poncba Tuesday at 4 a m j
Arrive at Vermillion by 12 m ,
Leave Vermillion Tuesday at I p m ;
iirrive at Poncha by 9 p m.
Tta nrJer?g-?cd, pes'aaster at .Slat of
I ,certies,'tNDEa n:J 0AT3 t-F OFFICE, that h
is acquainted w;.!i the above gaarirurs, nr. 1 ksows
them t be men of property, aud alia to g-A
Sce act of Cunre-s cf March 3.1313, soctioa li.
Form orPropcjsal CJuarance anil
Cci till cat e.
is county of
,W3oeapost o2c9 address
, Sfte of , proposes
to carry the mails of the United States, from July I,
1862, to Jane 30, 1365, on rot.te No. between
and , under the advertisement of the
Postmaster General, dated October 30, 186T, "with
celerity, certainty, and security' for the annual
sum of dollars.
This proposal is made with full knovcU
edge of the distance of ihe route, the weight
of the viail to be carried, and all other
particulars in reference to the route and
service, and. also, after careful examina
tion of the laws end instruction attached
to ihe advertisement.
The undersigned, residing at , State of
undertake that, if the foregoing bid foi
Containing conditions to be incorporalnJ
in he contracts to the ezier.t ihe J
partmtnt may dtern, prcpzr.
1. Seven minutes are allowed to each intermedi
ate cliice, wL.en not otherwise special, fr assort
ing the mails ; but on railroad and steamboat route
there U to be no more delay than is suiLcientfr aa
exchange of the mail bags.
On railroad and steamboat lir.es, and other
routes where the mode of conveyance ad.'siu of it,
the f Pfffnl agents of the Post OA Dcpartmsui, al
so pOi"t oSce blanks, mail b.igs, locks, and keys, aj
to be conveyed without extra chir.
3 On rauroad ana sreamoaru lines the route
agents of tb department, also the British and Can
ada mails, whea cTered.ard the agtnts accompany
ing them, are to be conveyed waiioot chars, and
for their exclusive usewhile travelling wii the
mails, a eommodius car. or apartment in the centra of
8, ear, properly lighted, warned, and furnished, and .
adapted to the convenient sepvaticn sod due secu
rity pf the mails, is to be provided by the csntaotor,
under the direction ot tee aepartmeni.
Railroad and steamboatcon;pania are required. to
take the mail from a-id deliver it into ths poatoif coa
at the commenccmsnt and end of their routes, acl
to and from ll ofScesnt mora than eighty rods irom
astation or landing". Proposals may b submittal.
for the performance of all other side serv;oa-UA
is, for oSces over eighty rods fros sutfoa ct
Receipts will be require! for mail bsgs eoaveyci
in charge of persons employed by railroad compa
nies.. .There will al3o be "way bills" prepared by
postmasters, or other agents of the departiasat U
accomnnn-r the mails, specifyinz tbe number and
destir.a:i -a cf tho several bags. Ca the priailpHl
stage routes, likewise, receipts win be required an4
way bills forwarded ; the latter to e examined ty
the several postmasters, to ibsure regularity ia the
dolivery of mail tags.
4. No pay will be made for trips not performed ;
and for each of such emissions not satisfactorily ex- .
plained, three times the pay of the trlp'may ba de
ducted. For arrivals so far behind time as to brock
connexion with depending mails,and pot ruCciettfy
excused, one fourth cf the compensation far the trip
is subject to forfeiture. Ueduction win auso D vr- -dered
for a grade of performance inferior to tha
specified in the contract. For repeated delinquen
cies of tbe kind herein specified, enlarged 'penalties.
proportioned to tho nsturo thereof, and tha import
ance of the mail, may be nude.
5, For leaving behind, or. throwing! the miilsor
any portion of them, for the admission cf passen- .
gers. or for being concerned in setting up or raouicj
an express conveying intelligence in advance of the
mail, a quarter's pay may be deduct&d.
6. Finos will be imposed, unless the delinquency
be promptly and satisfactorily explained by certifi
cates of postmaters or the aSdavits of ether oredible .
persons, for failin? to arrive in contract time ; fvr
neglecting to take the mu lroraor douver it Into a .
postonice; for suoermg 11 to oa wet. injurea, oc
troyed, robbed, or lost; anj for refusing, af'.or de
mand, to convey the mail as frequently as the con
tractor runs, or is concerned in running, a coach, car,
or steamboat on tbe route.
7, The Postmaster Ueneral mny annul the oon- '
tract for repeated failures to run agreeably to con
tract : for violating tbe post oSce law, or disobey
ing the instructions of the department ; for refusirj "
tp discharge a carrier when required by the ds pert
inent to do so ; for running an express as aforesaid ;
or for transporting persona or packages conveying
mailable matter out of the mail.
8. The Pos'master General may order an Inorease .
of service on a route by allowing tb-srefor a pro rat.s :
increase on the contract pay. Ha may chacg
schedules of departures and arrivals in all cases, and
particularly to make them conform to connections
with railroads, without increase cf pay, provided
the running time be not abridged. lie may also or
der aa increase of speed, allowing, within tha re
strictions of the law, a pro rata increase of pay for
the additional stock or carriers, if any. Tho con
tractor may, however, in the case of increase ef
r w i r n u i i
tice to the department that he prefers doing so V
carrying the order into effect. The Postaaaster Gen
eral may also curtail or discontinue the scrricevln
whole or in part, at pro rata decrease of pay, allw
ingone month's extra compensation on the amount
dispensed with, whenever, in his opinion, the publio
the public interest require the change, or ia c h
desires to supercede it by a different grada of im
portation. 8. Payments will be made by collection from or
drafts on postmasters, or otherwise, after tho expira
tion of each quarter say, ia x ternary, iy. Au
gust, and November.
10. The distances are given according to toe b.'oV
infonnation; but no increased pay wilt be allowod
should the points be greater than advertised, if the
points to be supplied be correctly stated. Uii-ier
must inform themselves on this point, and also ia
reference to the weight of the mail, the condition of
roads.hills, streams, Ac, and all toil bridges, fjrrie,
or obstructions of any kind by wb;ca expense ray
be incurred. No claim, for additional pay, based 01
such ground, can be considered ; net for alleged mis- .
takes or misapprehension aj to theurgree ot'sorvica ;
nor for bridges destroyed, ferries discontinued, or .
other obstructions increasing distance, occurring du
ring the contract term. Offices established after thl i
adversisement is issued, and also during the contract '
term, are to be, visited without extra py, if the dis
tance be not increased.
11. A bid received after the last diy and hoar
named, or without the guarantee required bylaw
and a certificate as to the sufficiency of such guaran
tee, cannot bo considered in competition with aren't- '
i , .
lar proposal reasoiiauia m amount.
12. Bidders shoulJ first proposo for servicfl ttriVjy .
according to th advertisement, aud then, if they
desire, separately for different service; and if the
regular btd be the lowest offered for the advertuei
service, the other propositions may bo considered.
13. There should be bat one route bid for in a
proposal. Consolidated or combination bids ( pc-.
posing one sum for two or more routes" are forbid
den by law, and cannot be considered.
14. The route, the service, the yearly pwy, tbe
name and residence of the bidder, ( that is his a ia U
post office address,) and those of each member of '
a firm, where a company offers, should be distinctly
15. Bidde-is are requested to use, aa far as practi
cable, the printed form of proposal furnished by the
department, to write out in full the sum cl tbti
bids, and to retain copies of them.
Altered bids should not be submtitM ; nor should,
bids once submitted te withdrawn. No withdrawal
of a bidder or guarantor will be allowed unless Litl
and received before the last day for receiving pro
posals. ' Eeach bid mttst b gnaraa'eed by two respcnsille '
and guarantees should bo signed plainly With tha
full name of each ption.
ThedepartmeitresorTM t"h r!-at to rejoct aty
bid which, msy be deemed extra Tsgint, 12-t '. tu
disregard tbe bidscf faiiicjcntractcriEr.dbuidfW.
15. Tha bid should b eaulad. sapcrsctii! "Mill
Proposals, Territcrycf Nebraska," addressed "Sec
ond assistant Postal tar Gacral. Ccatraci odje,".
and sent 07 mail, and cot by a two an ajust ; and
postmastera will not endow yrepcsalj (or iettcri tf
any kind) ir. ihcir quarterly return.
17. T,e contracts are to ta exjcaiedanl rotanxd
to the. department by or before the lstdayofAtt,
lo2; but the service must be commenced on the 1st
July proceeding, or on the mail day next after thai
date, whether toe eontmcts be executed or not. '
IO T) ., 4. ! - 1
more than eighty rods from a ftation, will, immedi
ately after the 3 1st of March next, repel their exact
distance from the nearest station, and how they are
otherwise supplied with the mail, to enable the Post
master General to direct mail-aciseng?r sTijjly
from tbe 1st of July next.
19. Section eighteen of an act of Co a jttss ap
proved March 3, 1845, provides tbt contracts for.
the transportation of mail shall be let "in every
case to the lowest bidder tendering snEcfnt guaran
tees for faithful performasce, without other refer
ence to the mode of such transportation than itay
be necessary to provide for tie due celerity, cert vin
tr, and secarity of sch transporUtion.'"- Vnd,r
thit law, bids that panpqteto transport the mail wit k
"teUrity, certainty, awi eexrity,'' having bten deci
ded to be the only legal bidt, are considered at prosid.
ing for the entire mail, however large, and unatecr
may be the mode of conveyance neeiary to insure iu
"celerity, certainty, and security," and vc'ul hav-i th
carrying the mail on route No. be accepted
by the Postmaster General, the bidder shall, prior to
the 1st day August, 1S?2, enter Into the required
obligation, oreontrnct, to perform fhe servko pro
posed, will good and sufficient sureties.
This we do, understanding distinctly
ihe obligations and liabilities assumed by
guarantors under the27th section cf the fid
of Congress of July 2, 1 S36.
. V , " 'J oilers izii own-
20. A modification of a lid in ary of its essential
tenas is taatamoa&t to a new bid, and cannct bo
received, so as to interfere with a rezular comreti-
tion, altr the last hoar set for receiving bids.
Making a new bid, with guarantee and cert
uo ocy way u modify a previous bid.
2U Postmasters aro to becaref al not to certify the
suwcieneyof guarantor orsurities without knowing
that they are persons cf guEcient responsibility ;
and aU biaiors, guarantee and suriticj are dis;ineily
noticed ibt on a failure to enter into or r-rfurra
the contracts for the service proposed for fa the ac
cepted kids, tho lejol liabilities will U etfjrcci
22. Present Cictraefors. and pcisors known at tha
department, must, equaliv with othirs, prpecura
guarantors and certifi.atsj of their sufficiency sub
stantially in the form above prescribed. Thsrtr
tificatesof ruffiniency most be siid byapos'aaj.
teror by judgeof a court of record. No otter c-r-tificaUwiil
beadmitud. " M. BLAIR,
Postmaster Gmtrzl '
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