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..BROWNVILLE. MARCH 27, 1SG2.
JOY, OE & CO.
iris, and Frtoiin.fi: Material of a!! Kin
CSce, Tribune Buildings, XewTork, and'Brown'sIrw
They are authorized Agents tjt th
Fanner and Advertiser.
MATIXKR & AIinOTT,
SUCCESSORS TO H G KLY,
333, BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
r authorized seen for the "NEBRASKA ADVER
TISE" and "NEBRASKA FAP.MKR."
Browkville Unio Mills. These
mills, now under the management of Mc
Pherson &. McLaughlin, are now do
ing an extensive bueiness, purchasing
grain, exchanging flour for whpat, and
manufacturing for thippers. They are
manufacturing .flour for those who wish
to ship either on the river or to the
mines. Flour - can be shipped from the
mill immediately in boats, thus saving
storage and commission. Those wish
ing to ship to the mines are also invited
xo confer with the proprietors. They
hare refitted, and reraoddled the entire
concern, and both being practical men in
ihe business ia which they are engaged,
will guarantee, when good grain is fur
nished, that satisfaction will be given.
We take pleasure in eaying that we
are Dow. ana have been using no other
flour since McTi f r.
have been running
hat we T.ver used a better article.
First Boat. That prompt, reliable,
and popular upper Missouri Steamer
Omaha, reached our wharf on Tcesday
lie 25th, being the first boat of the tea
son, as she has been for several years past.
It is only necessary to say that the ever
j-cptilar Capt. Ksrcheval commands, and
ihe accommodating Ed.. Day is in the
jffice. This announcement merely, will
-zxz ice ir-.i. Omaha the usual liberal
patronage bestowed upon her.
The Omaha delivered quite a lot of
freight for our merchants. She had also
a fair pasenger trip.
Ikstructioh ih Vocal Music. Prof.
J. R. Dte, cf this city, proposes to give a
course of twelve lessons on the rudiments
cf vocal music. Where Mr. D. is as well
known 83 he is here, this simple announce
ment is all that , is necessary. Writh re
gard to his excellent qualifications, all are
satisfied. ' A preliminary meeting will
be held in the School-House on Monday
evening next, at which time and place
Mr. Dye' wants to meet all who are de
frcus cf r,erir7 into this enterprise.
rih", Jcn yovjr 1 ocbs s.zl an cnteriiia
r.j v;. t v, i U I e g i v cju , .
The American Journal of Science
. and Arts, Conducted by Professor B.
SUliman, B. SUliman, Jr., and J. D.
Banna, in connection with Prof. Asa
Gray and Prof. Louis Agassiz, of
Cambridge, and Dr. Walcott Gibbs, of
New York, published on the first of
every second month, at $5 per year,
at New Haven, Connecticut.
, The Publishers hare favored us with
the January and March numbers of this
highly valuable scientific periodical.
The March number contains two specially
interesting articles to us, vis : "On some
questions concerning the coal formations of
America. Families, flnpra nnH snpries
of the coal plants of the U. S." "Phys
iographical sketch of that portion of the
Rocky Mountain Range, at the head wa
ters of South Clear Creek, and east of
Middle Park." .
We need only say to scientific readers,
that this is the most ably conducted Sci
entific Journal in the United States, and
should be in the hands of every student
and lover of science.
The Franklin Almanac and Dairy
roa 1S62, is decidedly the neatest thing
of the kind we have seen. It contains a
calender in reference to the phases of
the moon, gotten up in a novel and pop
ular style.' The Diary is conveniently
arranged in connection with every month
cf the year. To the publisher, B. F.
Sanford, Cincinnati, Ohio, we are in
debted for a copy. Price 25 cts.
- Every subscriber to the Ohio Valley
Farmer receives a copy of the Almanac
Col. B. E. Frazier, of Oregon, Mo.,
who went to the mines last Summer,
starling ms tram from this point, has
been in town for a few days past. He
1 . i r ,
ias jusi returned irom tne mountains.
We are glad to know the Colonel did
well. Ben says if lie had had the Ad
vcriiser out there to do some of its old-
fashing "blowing and striking for him,
he'd have made a fortune! Shouldn't
' GEORGIA SUGAR CAKE.
I have for rale a few pounO o; Ibe Whito Georgia
Sugar Cane Seed.
One poiid cf it will te riven to each sew Farmer
subscriber, kiv old one w'uo is nut la arrears, aui hxi nut
received five puperf Flower or Garden Seel.
K. V.'. rUHSAS, ErovrnYille,
New Goons, of every variety style and
price, just received by Lett, Strickler
&. Co., Main Street, Brownville. There
is the place to get your bargains. Jacob
will take great pleasure in exhibiting
goods, and selling at unprecedentedly
The Daily National Republican,
Washington City, comes to us greatly en
larged and improved in every respect.
This valuable paper should be patronized.
Those wanting a reliable Union paper,
published at the National Capital will find
the National Republican that paper.
I. O. O. F. The following named
persons were installed on Saturday eve
ning last as the elective officers of the
Brownville Lodge, No. 5, I. O. O. F.:
A. S. HOLLADAY, N. G.;
JONAS HACKER, V. G.;
H. H. MARSH, Sec'y ;
RICHARD BROWN, T'r.
The Lodge will meet regularly here
after on the 2d and 4th Saturday nights
in each month.
At a church meeting of the First Pres
byteiian Church of this City, on Satur
day last, the following additional church
officers were elected :
R. F. Barrett
R. F. Barrett,
J. C. Deuser,
Mrs. M. S. Woodward will accept our
thanks for a set of of 5 of different pow
ers of the "Wonderful Little Microscope,
which magnifies small objects 500 times."
They are really what they Te represen
ted to be.
A Good Growth of Timber. On tie
farm of Bird Vowell in this county a
friend informs us he measured a 4 year
old Cottonwood of the following dimen
sions: Heignt, 41 feet, circumference
31 1-2 inches. That may be called a
very good growth.
Knox Fruit Farm and Nurseries.
J. Kaox, Pittsburg, Penn., advertises
in our paper a choice selection of Straw
berries, Raspberries and Blackberries.
Those wishing to purchase, can rely upon
this establishment, that all are trie to
name and healthy plants.
Seeds by Mail. B. M. Watson,
proprietor of the Old Colony Nurseries,
Plymouth, Mats., advertises choice See ds
by mail. Mr, W. is an old and reliable
dealer, f ?u !.ts.. c r .:'..-?-rvr.l ia
F. C. jck!iisg, Ei., has been ap-
pointed Receiver of Public moneys for
the Nebraska City Land Office. He was
brmerly clerk in one of the offices in
that place, and we believe has the confi
dence ef all who know him.
rEjv Clothing. Speaking of hard
x;.rae, reminds u$ of the immense stock
- of Ready Made Clothing, just received
jper fcteamer Omaha by David Seigel
. at the Baltimore Clothing Store, He has
a magnificent siock, at prices too, to cor
respond with the times. Give him a call.
The Platte Valley Herald, Plattsmouth,
has suspended. Mr. Thompson the pro
prietor goes with his estalishment to
Central City. Mr. Thompson will make
the Pikes Peakers a good paper.
E. B. Taylor of the Omaha Republi-
can, wno nas neen ior some time east,
has returned, and is now at his post a-
w 1-1 r 1 .1 T 1
gam. now am you nna me uuciceyes.
Bro. Taylor ?
"Denn, the indomitable," in keep
ing with his renowned enterprise, has
received a new lot of Dry-Goods, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, and "Sich," which he pro
poses to sell as cheap "as any other man.
W. W. Ivory, 2d Lieut of Company
C," First Nebraska Regiment, was
killed at the battle of Paris, Tenn.,on the
twelfth of this month.
The annual Conference of the M. E.
Church for Nebraska, commenced its
session at Bellvue yesterday. An effort
will be made to have that body meet in
this city next year.
Wm. McDaniel of Company "C,"
Nebraska First died in the Hospital at
St. Louis last week. He was a son of
James McDaniel residing near this city.
Osier Willow Growth. We have
have been shown an Osier Willow sprout,
measuring seven feet ten inches in length,
the first season from the cutting.
Attention, Company ! Those who
have enlisted, or propose to, in Capt.
Thorop'on's company, for Col. Penick's
Regiment, Gen. Loan's Brigade, are
hereby notified that they must be in
readiness to leave this place on the stea
mer West Wind, on Wednesday, April 2d
LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES.
Fasui at the Secovd Session of Hit Thirty
ten thousand dollars, or so much of it as may
be necessary, to pay tba expenses of the spe
cial committee of the Douse of Representa
tives appointed on th eighth day of JuT
eighteen hundred and sixty-one, to ascertain
and report in regard to contracts made with
any Department of the Government for pro
visions, supplies, transportation, &c; and the
said snm ball be diawn from the Treasury
upon the order of the 'Sergeant-at Arms of
the House or llepresedtatives, as the same
Bhal! be required from time to time by the
committee having Buch investigation in
Approved, January 31,1862.
SiiirrcLts. Gee the advertisement of
R. F. Barret, i:i to-day's paper. We
lpeit, e is making the lest shingles-
"?rpt pj.je we have sen in this market.
rPruLic No. 13.1
ATT ACT tc iiav the expenses of the special
committee of the House of Representatives
appointed July eighth eighteen hundred
and sixty-one, 10 ascertain and report in
regard to contracts with any Department
of the Government for provisions, supplys
trans portation, &c.
Be if. i,acted ly the Send, and House of
Reprise utaHves of the United Stafes cf Ameri
ca in Congress assembled, That there be ap
propriated, out of any money in the Treas
ury not otherwise appropriated, the sum of
Public So. 15. .
AN ACT making appropriations for the con
sular and diplomatic expenses for the year
ending thirtieth Jnne eighteen hundred
and 6ixty-three, and additional appropria
tions for the year ending June, eighteeen
hundred and sixty-two.
Be it en&cted by tin Senate aud House' of
Representatives of Hie United states of Ameri
ca in Conqressi Assetnbl&l, That, the follow
ing sums be and the same are hereby appro
priated out of any money in the Treasury
not other appropriated, for the objects hereaf
ter expressed, for the fiscal year ending the
thirtieth of June, one thousand eight hun
dred and uixty-three, namely :
For salariea of Envoys Extraordinary, min
isters, and Commissions of the United States,
at Great Britain, Fance, Russia, Prussia,
Spain, Austria, Brazil, Mexico, China, Italy,
Chili, Pern, Portugal, Switzerland, Rome,
Belgium, Holland,-Denmark, Sweedtn, Tur
key, New Granada, Bolivia, Ecuador, . Vene
zuela, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Sandwich Is
lands, Costa Rica, Honduras, Argentine Con
federation, Paraguay, and Japan, three hun
dred and one thousand dollars.
For salaries of Secretaries of Legation, for
ty three thousand three hundred and fifty dol
lars. For salaries of Assistant Secretaries of Le
gation at London aud Paris, three thousand
For salary of the interpreter to the Lega
gation to China, five thousand dollars.
For salary of the Secretary of Legation to
Turkey, acting as interpreter, three thousand
For salary of the Interpreter to the Lega
tion of Japan, two thousand five hundred
For compensation to an Interpreter to the
Consulate at Kanagawa, fifteen hundred dol
lars. For contingent expenses of all the mis
sions abroad, fifty thousand dollars.
For contingent expenses of foreign inter
course, one hundred thousand dollars.
For expenses of intercourse with the Bar
bary Powers, three thousand dollars.
For expenses of the Consulate in the Tur
kish dominions, interpreters, guarda, a-d oth
er expenses of the Consulate at Conftincple,
Smyrna, Candia, Alexandria, and Beirut, twy
thousand five hundred dollars. f
For the relief and protection of -American
seamen in foreign countries, two "hundred
For expenses wfcich may be incurred in
acknowledging the services of the masters
and crews of foreign vessels in rescuing citi
izens of the United States, from shipwreckf
seven thousand five hundred dollars.
For the purchasing of blan books, sta
tionary, arms of the United States, seals,
presses, flags, postages, and for the payment
of miscellaneous expenses of the Consuls of
United States, including the preservation of
the archives of the Consulates, forty-fivo thou--sand
For office rent for those ConsuU General,
Consuls and Commercial Agents, who are not
allowed to trade, including loss by exchange
thereon, twenty-seven three hundred and sev
Vor salaries of Corsula Genenl Quebec!
Cilcutta, Alexandria, Con.v.s: ii:jor!e, Havana
Frankfort oa the II ;n ; Cucsr:? i,t K:.-.rzi'
wa and N ang;uitir m Japan, Liverpool, Lou
don, Melbourn, Hong Kong, Glasgow, Mau-j
ritius, Singapore, Belfast, Cork, Dundee, De-
marara, liah fax, Kingston in Jamaica, Leed3,
Manchester, Isassau (New Providence,) Re
vel, Southampton, Turks Island, Prince Ed
ward's Island, Havre, Paris, Marssilles, Bor
deaux, La Rochelle, Lyons, Noscow, Odessa,
St. Petersburg. Montanzae, lunidad de Cuba,
San Juan (Porto Rico,) Cadis, Malaga, Ponce
(Porto Rico,) Treste, Vienna, Aix-la-Cha-
pelle, Canton, Shanghai, Fonchon. Amoy,
Ningpo. Teuirut, Smyrna, Jerusalem, Botter-
dam, Amsterdam, Antwerp, Funch&l, Oporto,
Saint Thomas, Elsineur, Genoa, Basle, Gene
va, Messina, Naples, Palermo, Leipsic, Mu
nich, Leghorn. Stutgardt, Bremen, Hamburg
Tangiers, Tripoli, Tunis, Rio de Janeiro, Ve
ra Cruz, Acapulco, Callao, Pernambuco, Val
paraiso, Buenos Ayres, San Juan del bur, As
pinwall, Panama, Laguyra, Honolulu, Lahai
na, Capetown', Falkland Island, Venice, Stet
tin, Candina, Cyprus,, Batavia, Fayal. Santi-
ago vaye uo v eiueo, ouiuio viuu, uyzc-
zia, Athens, Zanzibar, Bahia, Maranham Is
land, Para, Rio Grande, Mtamora, Mexico,
(city,) Tampico, Passo del Nort, Tabasco, Pa
ita, Tumbez, Talcahuno, Garthagena, Saba
nillo Omoa, Gnyaiuil, Cobija, Montevideo,
Tahiti, Bay of Islands, Apia, Lanthala, 15ns
fol.Oardifl, Malta. St. John, (Newfoundland)
St. John in New Brunswick, Pictou in No
xascotia, La Union, Carbados, BermudaJ Au
tigua, Nantes, Napoleon, Vendee, Nice, Lis
bon, Gottenburg, Tehauutepec, Santos, Saint
Catharine, Balize, Gaspe Basin, Valencia, Ta-
ranto, Poit Mahon, Martinique, Santauder,
Faiatz, Balbao, Scio, 1'aramanbo, Macao, La
Paz, Stockholm, Ancona, Otraut-), Swato, AI-
ciers. ueren. irinmau, uaiiciund. vuewt,
Maricabo, Port Au Trince, San uommgo city
Monrovia, Sapo Haytien, Aux Layes, and
New Castle-upon-Tyne ; Commercial agents
at San Juan del Norte, Saint Paul del Loan
anda, (Angola,) Gabon, St Mare, Curagoa,
andAmoor river, three hundred and fifty-one
thousand five hundred and fifty dollars. Ana
the salary of the Consul at Bremen shall be
three thousaud dollars, to commence on the
first day of January, eighteen hundred and
Bixtv-two: and the Consul at rictou Jsova
Scotia) shall reeeive a salary of fifteen hun
dred dollars, to commence the first day of
January, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-two,
and the salary of tho salary of the
Consul at bVatow shall bo thirty-five hun
dred dollars, to commence on the twenty-first
day of September, eighteen hunerad and six
ty ; and the Consul at Port Mahon shall re
ceive a salary of fifteen hundred dollars ;
Provided, That all Cousular officers whose re
spective salaries exceed lone thousand dollars
per annum shall be subject to the provisions
nf the fifth section of the act to regulate
the diplomatic and Consular systems of the
United States, approved August eignieen eigu
teen, hundred and fifty-six ; and their respec
tive. Consulates shall be included hi Schedule
n r iha list nf salaried consulates : And
further, that no appointment of con
ei cfcoil iiprflftfter ba made, nor the com-
compensation of consuls raised, uuder the act
nf AnTnst two. eighteen hundred and sixty-
one, except to the places herein mentioned.
And the Consul at New-Castle-upoa Tyne
shall receive a salary of fifteen hundred dol
lars per annum, commencing on the first day
of January, eighteen hundred ar.d sixty-two.
For interpreters to the Consulates in China,
fourthousand five hundred dollars. ,:
For salaries of the marshal for the Consu
lar Courts in Japan, Siam, and Turkey, seveu
For rent of prisons for American convicts
inJapa, China. Siam, ard Turkey, and for
wages cf the keepers of the same, nine thou
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, Thai
the following sums be and the same ara here
by appropriated for tho service for the year
endidg the thirtieth of June, eighteen hun
dred and sixty-two, namely :
For compensation and increased salaries to
sundry Consuls, under the act of second of
August, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, fifty-four,
thousand one hundred and eleven
doll ara and ninety seven cents.
To meet an extraordinary emergency which
from Sidnev, New
South Wales, eight seamen, belonging to the
ship "Junior," charged with crimes of muti
tiny and murder, a guard of seven men, and
also eleven cf the crew, ns witnesses, fifteen
thousand and seven dollars and ninety-two
eents, or so much thereof as may be just and
fair; and said sum to be expended uuder the
the direction of the Secretary of State.
Approved, Febuary 4, 1862.
Public No. 16.
AN ACT authorizing the Secretary of tho
Interior to strike from the pension rolls the
names of such persons as have taken up
amis against the Government, or who may
have in any manner encouraged the rebels.
7 . 7 7 T . . j 7 o i - 1 tt
ticjuiicc iy itc loejiaie ana nonse of liepre
sentatives of the United States of America, ir,
Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the
Interior be, and he is hereby authorized and
directed to strike from the pension rolls the
names of all such persons hs have or may
hereafter take up arms against tho Government
of the United States, or who have in any
manner encouraged the rebels or manifested
a spmpathj with their cause.
. .Approved, February 4, 1862.
E. H. BURCHES,
I bare lone since been coivinced of tht want of i
class Nursery in the V tet, wbere
The most simple, durable, conTenient and economical
article ever invented for the purpose.
Will do the washing of an ordinary family before
breakf.-tst, not only Having time, bnt clothes.
By s'.rictly following the printed directions, which are
simple and easy, it will wash, at one time, nix shirts,
or two dozen small articles, in about six or seven min
utes, or their equivalent.
liy all the ordinary methods of cleaning fine fabrics,
such as laces, the greatest care Is required, while
with this machine the most delicate article. can be
washed without the possibility of daoiase.
These results are 'produced by the constant reaction
the suds while the machine is in motion,
of Families, laundries, hotels, boarding-houses, hospit
al, asylums, boardinft-gchools, on ships and steamers,
and in the army, who have these machines in use, have
sent in their testimonials volnntarially, and the enco
miums of the Press are very nunierousn8oiae of which
I have publisned in pamphlet form.
All I ask of tbe Public Is a careful examination of
this machine before purchasing of others.
General Depot 419 Broadway, corner Canal St.. New
Price only Ten Dollars.
N. B. A liberal discount to the Trade. Jgentt
wanted. Send for a Circular.
Address box 2S93, N. V. Citv P. O.
PHILIP FRENCH, Proprietor.
J ... , M
Am pure veiot 1 mots...
Thay curs nil L-iKious
n -stem-. Vhev resruUte :J in
vigorate the liver aiij" kidneys they give tone to;the
digestive organs; they regulate the secretins, excre
tions and exhalations, equalize the circulation, and pu
rify the blood. Thus, &ll billious complaint some of
which are Torpid Liver, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Piies,
Chills and Fevers, Costiveness or Looseness are en
tirely control ed and cured by these remedies.
Removes the morbid and billious deposits from the
stomach and bowels, regulates the Liver and Kidneys,
removing every obstruction, restores a natural and heal
thy action in the vital organs. It is a superior
Much better than Pills, and much easier to take.
Is i1 superior tonic and diuretic; excellent in cases of
loss or appetite, flatulency, female weakness, irregular
ities, pin in the side and bowels, bilnd, protuding aud
bleeding iles, and general debility.
READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONY :
Jas. L. Brun.'ley, merchant, 134 Folton street. New
Tork, writes, Au-st 1, lSiO-:-' 1 lv " ir-.o j
wi-.t; piles, a-Mooip.Si with t:c2'- i! e ::r..e
viif. ; I VL4.1
' uat.usu-; ;;t
And now consider myself entirely cured."
linn. John A. Cross T9' Brooklyn, Marck 15th,
1S60. In the spring of 1 severe cold, which
induced violent fever. i took two doses of
It broke up my cold and fever at oi6- PrevloM to
this attack. I had been troubled with dy.cpsla several
months; I 'aave felt nothing of it since," .
. Otis Studlcy, Esq., 128 East 2Sth Street, Nt5 Tork.,
writes: '-August 13, I860 I had a difficulty wth.
Kidney Complaint three yeais, with constant pa.n n
the small of my back. I had used most all kinds o
medicines, but found no permanent relief until I used
I parsed clotted blood by the urethra. I am now en
tirely cured, aud take pleasure in recommending these
Mrs. C. Tebow, II Christopher Street, N. T., writes:
"Feb. 20, 1860. I have been subject to attacks of Asth
ma the last twenty years. I bive never found anything
in affording immediate relief. It is a thorough Liver
and billious remedy."
Mrs. Young, of Brooklyn, writes . "February 2S. I3CQ.
In May last I had a severe attack of Piles, which coi
fined me to the house. I look one bottle of
and was entirely cured. I have had no attack since."
D. Westerville, Esq.", of South 6th," near 8th Stret,
Williamsburg, L. I., writes: "Angnst 0, ISM) Having
been troubled with a difficulty in the Liver, and subject
to billious attacks, I was advised by a friend to try
I did so, and found it to operate admirably, removing the
bile and arousing the liver to activity. I have also
used It as a
When our children are out cf sorts, we give them a few
drops and it sets thaui all right. I find it meets tbe
general wants of the stomach and bowels when disor
dered." Reader, if you need either or both of these most ex
eel lent Remedies, inquire for them at the stores ; if you
rtn n.it flint thpm. take no other, but incline One Dollar
in a letter, and on receipt of the money, the Remedy or
Remedies will be sent according to your directions, by
mail or express, post-paii". Aderess,
DAN'L S. DARLING,
102 Nassau Street, New Tork
Put up in 50 cent and $1 Eottles, each.
Nov. 7, 1S61. nlS-6m
FLUSHING. N. Y.
tr Mihrte! Nurseries Established, 1732. All
nf Trpe. Plants. Small Fruits, Grapes, Bulbs,
-ti.k:i Plants. Stock. Scions, Seeds, etc., etc
. r law rale, to suit the times. Priced Catalogues
- - j
March 13th. 1S62. n38 tf
Early Sugar Cane Seed.
so nf th Earlv ImDhee. put up in half pound pack
"I . v rrst-i,irt.l for 35 cts. This va-
riety U20 days earlier than tho Sorghum.
.j.' tt i TVRnr Oeacent City. Icwa.
Aiwri'w, u.. -a.. 1 rr.ic o,1
TREES, SHRUBS, FLOWERS, kc,
Can be adapted to onr climate and-coll. In view of
these facts, 1 have established ia this place, and offer
fur sale at
Wholesale or Retail,
A large and well selected stock, suited to this climate,
Apples, standard and dwarf ; Pears, standard and dwarf ;
Cherries, standard and dwarf;
. Strawberries, Blackberries,
B.es, .. Dahlias,
Greenhouse and Bedding Plants, etc., etc.
To which I would beg leave to call the attention of the
people of Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Iowa and North
J3-My terms will be as low as any reliable eastern
By purchasing of me the expense of transportation
from the east can be saved.
All trees and plants are carefully labeled and packed
in the best manner, for which a charge of the actual cost
will be made. No charge will be made for th delivery
of packages on board steamboats.
All communications addressed to the undersigned
will receive prompt attention.
March, 1862. E. H. BURCIIE3.
JOURNAL OF RURAL ART AND TASTE
Established by A. J. Downing in 18-16
Peter B. Mead & Gee. B. Woodward,
editors And paoFBixToas.
Dovoted to tbe Orchard, Vineycrd, Gardes and
Each annual volume of the HOBTICTJLTTJKUT con
tains every subject of practical utility connected with
Horticulture, Pomology, Landscape Gardening. Bural
Architecture, eto,, consisting of Original Papers in those
departments of science, and forming an Indispensable
aid to all who interest themselves in rural pursuits.
The following are some of the Important subjects that
characterize the work, and these will be treated by wri
ters of well-known ability.
The cultivation and management of Grapes, the lead
ins pomological interest of the country.
The cultivation of Xtuit generally, with Illustration
of everything new.
The managemect of Flowers and Vegetable, with. Il
lustrations of new varieties.
Ornamental Trees and Shrubbery, their cultivation,
management and artistic planting.
Horticultural buildings, Desigs, Plans, etc., for C"n-s:-
f.tori.s, Ii-.t aud Odd Graperies, Ohafl K-u,
l"r'i'-, .''.rc;ii; m:s, aud t,v. ir i:ir ?m-;t.
X,y.x . : i ' :;' '..I :i S'j.i. e !.' ra.. ' '-' A
'Utrrt !: o w i'ku, ornaaiMal Wtr, -
races, Lw;n, Drain!.-?. Iiyijraniics, Bribes. Viatss, h;.,
tO.'Cther With lWui' !'- fr la?ii.; ct t, Jor r - : ; 3
and firing count. - -.. : f '
Original designs and Essays In all 'departments of lia
ral Architecture, et?j
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ness aud editorial communications to
MEAD & WOODWARD,
Editors and Proprietors of the Uorticultubist,
37 Park Row, New York.
ITruit and Ornar.::ontal
Shrubbery, Evergreen Trees,
With a General Assortment of Nursery
Articles, for sale at the
Pleasant Sidge Kursery,
ARISPE, BUREAU CO.. ILL.
rMn; T..ritiM. and of very superior quality, 20 pa
pers of which ill be sent (post-paid) by mail, to any
address, for one dollar.
H. A. TERRT, Crescent City. low.
Mireh 13th, 1SCC . t"36-2m
Vprr low for cash or its equivalent. We have a few
thousand six and seven year old apple trees, which we
will sell very low, as we want to dispose of them be
fore they get too large; also four 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 tort.
OUR STOCK OF ETERCREEXS
Is large, and very fine specimens. Sizes and prices to
Orders respectfully solicited and promptly attended to.
P. O. Address, Tukilwa, 111.
P. S. We have abont 7,000 four year old trees, of tht
New York Pippin, for sale the coming f ill and spring
no apple ever gained so much popularity In so short a
time. The trees are good growers, eariy fruiters, and
very hardy; apples large and showy, and keep about
equal 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 oti er sorts, please see descriptive catlaogue
sent free to ali appiuants.
January 2, 1662. In26-3mj
Woodstock, Ash Leaf, Kidney, Pink Ejes, Scotch
Bluc3 and Blue Rusty Coats.at One Dollar per buah
el delivered al the Office of the "Nebraska Farmer."
100 Varieties Grape Vines.
The Largest Collection Wert of JYew York.
Delaware, Diana, Rebecca, Herbemont, ITartford
Prolific, Concord, Union Village, Franklin, Ontario,
Cazahcira. Canadian Chief, Taylors Kullett, M a-
taw8Y. Crevelics, Clolinta and over 70 other kit La
t eastern catalogue rates.
Isabella, Catawba and Clinton at 2SctJ each,
per doien, 10 per 100.
Aug. IS61. At NEJIA1IA NURSERY.
War Declare !
An Ti,oo in,iPhtd to John A. Ponn by note or book
account, are hereby requested to come forward and pay
up on or before the the 20th inst., as all accounts ana
note not paid before that time will be put in the
hands of an officer for collection, a? no further indul
gence will be given. JOHN A. PONN .
March 6,1862, n35-tf
OR WAR CONTINUED!
AU those indebted to Wm. T. Den, by note or book
account, are hereby requested to call and p.y up on or
befoie the 20th of March, or they will-find their ac
counts and notes in the hands of an tflicer for collection
after tne above date. W. T. DEN .
March 6, 1S2. Uv5-tl
For the Spring Trade.
The subscriber has for sale the coming Spring,
the following :
500 Houghton's Seedling and Cluster Gooseberj.
I,C00 Red Dutch Currant.
2,000 New Rochelle Blackberry.
200 Red Antwarp Raspberry.
200 Brinckla's Orange "
100 White Grape Currant.
500 Victoria Rhubarb.
500 Ifabella Grape.
500 Catawba Grape.
100 Tattle's Red Grape (New and fine.l
Ah:: a large assortment of Orniitnjntal Shrub
bery, for which see priced list, which will be for
warded gratis on application.
II. A. TERRT,
Feb. IS02 Crescent City, Iowa.
School Examiner's Notice
SWEET POTATO SFECUTS.
THS YELLOW IJANSEIIOnD,
V " . ' ..-vV . " '' j
Is the only Variety of
That has given entire satisfaction in the Northwest..
At the proper season I will nave Sweet Potato Sprcuts
of theNansemond variety, by the 100, 1,000 or l,oo),000
Ordr from a distance will be promptly attended to.
Send in your orders early. First come, first served.
It. W. FrRNAS,
SEEDS i SEEDS ! !
I have for sal the following new and Coico Vari
eties of Seeds :
ilagiinrs Swnum Squash,
Hanford Cream Squash,
Japan Apple Fie Melon.
Odell's Large White Watermelon,
Bradford Y atermelon,
Ilonoydew Watermelon (true)
Terry 8 Hybrid Watermelon,
Lonj; Christina Muskmelon,
Golu en Cassabar Muskmelon,
Jenny Lind Mushmelon,
Larg9 White Cantlope Maskmolon,
The above are all yery Superior Sorts. Packages
of either sort will be forwarded to any adireia for
10 cts., or the whole list for $1,25 in stamps.
Address, H. A.TEBRY",
Feb. IS, n32-3w. Crescent City, Iowa.
All those indebted to me me will please make
I will take Egg?, Butter, Potatoej, Corn, Wheat,
Hides, Fork, Wood, or
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We take pleasure in informing the publio that we
hav'S selected from our extensive collection of Asters
and Ten Week Stock, oine of tho most choice and
bril'.iant colors, and will Bend to anr address, Post
age free, one package of 20 seeds for 10 cents, or a
chece collection or iu papers, comprising a taojt
beautiful assortment of colors, for ? I .
And for the trade we have prepared fire setts of
colored engraving?, representing the flowers, which
we send free with each Eve hundred papers, lor
particulars address J. WESLEY .JUNES.
I batham 4 Corners, Columbia Wo r. l .
Fr r sale in New York City onlu by
CKIFFINO RRO. & CO., Agricultural and Seed
Warehouse. f0 Courtland-st.
January, 18fi2, tf
At tberrolr.2of tbe Illinois OntriT. ar.d St. Tui.r,
... . . , n.,M.r..ij t:i,.ii msi. on
aiuju aim i iw-iiv .
tbe opea Prai'ie, and c. ntain lid acrr. Frr.;t. ' . -
mental and Nirsery Sr.K-k. a vrr large geuerai aiii
relijble awormect, VEE3C Xor Cb.
ItlQQhZi ACarted to ttc Severe
APrLE TREKS, fronf I tayn oi l. to ;
lOCO. ROOT (iltAFTS, $' Pr JU.I..W. .M'ii.e, s;i.t.vi,
mntn twoye'.ri, selV-fed "r frrftimr. i 2; vecundciao,
.1 rT tLot. i:.Ji. riu-Dy j rieT j rW
nnvrr vrcTisiV,?, .1X1) A PlilCOT
DffASK APPLK, tit'lNCS, PEA- ?LLX, iNi)
TtOSK STOCKS. Jpyli Scior.J $! V thoiisaau.
Cuttinqt, many sorts Osrtje Ornne. Si one T?ar
old plants, 2.) per tbonu l. WiUnn'i S'.ravoery.
and man v 0tber Standard S.rts two dil!r fifty ta
four dollars per tbousand. Grapes CUwt:i, C:inu.a,"
Isabella, well roofed, one year ulJ three dotl.tn pe.
hundred, twenty dollars per tboii.and. BiUtcore-
one and two years old, $t to 10per d-2?n. IJi'.t
btrb, best unrt two to five dollars per hundred.-
Houghton Gootbrrn,, one to two yer o!: one to
three dollars r nioj.lrr.1. D.rwning'i Ever Bear in.f
MulberytuuT to eight dollars perduzeii. Evergreen
Heverl oorU ton d il!r thousand. ShaJe cm.'.
Weeping Tree, Shrubs, JV-srer Root. Luits. Kct '.
an immense variety mostly oue to two dollars C:'.;
per d- zen.
Packing carefully done. CataUgses sent on rec;; i
or a three cent sump. Addiess,
F K rTTOENTS. ,
Xov 14, 1SS1, nl9-5m Tlsaniujton, IUmbi.
CHEAP FLOYEXIS Cc mUITS
I will send, by mail, pofpaid, 101 m all ECLE3,
mostly mixed TULIPS, for one dollar, and Lurj
Da'bs of game, for $2. Cthcr Lu'ba, ninl, 1ua
HERBACEOUS PERENXTALS. of 50 sr,r!, fim
mixed ROSES and other HAIiDY SAlilJUHRUY,
by express, or railroad, -4 to i dollars pT 1D0. Nam
ed andonoiCK sorj3, about doul.In price; aud niuri
in small selected Jots in all, 50i T-U-tio.
"Smau. FRriT8"cf allscrts, including Oelawau:
and Concord Gkafes, equally rt'Hor.;ibij.
Fkcit and Cbnamentai. Trkks, 23 rrcent.low
er than usual. Ail safely packed, to keep a month,'
at purchasers coat. Ad Ires,
JOHN" A. TvI'iXICOTT,
The Grove P. 0.,CKik Co,IiN.
Wbereas Alexander McKlnnev has been apintei
executor of the lat will and testament tf Willuiu.
Richardson deceased, laio r.f Kcmaha county, Xebras
ka Territory, notice is hnrcby Kiveu that X have apptin
ted July the 7Ui, and Pecember the tlst, 1S6I. at li
o'clock A. M., a tbe time for bearian claiai I--alnsi
said estate. All claims cot fl'.ed before Mid data wilt
beforever barred. O. W. WIIKKLEa,
Feb 20, lC,-i iw $2,60 Probate JuJisl.
I am prepared to fill orders for this fine sweet scenteJ
Rose, with good strong plants, at the following very
low rates, vii :
Single Plants. - . - . ( 3
1 dosea ' - - - - - . 1 60
100 " ... .. 9 OO
1. 000 " . . . . 65 OO"
Kow is tht time to ornament your Liwi Mjjia
Address, " H. A. TJBRT,
Xnv. 23 c?l-tf C't C'T. I
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Feb.fl, 1SC2. Cracoent City, Iowa.-
Written for the Nebraska Farmer.
Tho Economy of Using
Family Sewing Ilaclimo,
Tbe machines make tbe celebrated GROYEIt
BAKER STITCH, whirhfias taken tbe highest preral
umat the Illinois State Fair, in September iast, at llw
United States Fair in St. Louis, in 1360, and at tho
principle State Fairs throughout tbe country.
CunipeteDt Judges gave a decision In favor of tMi
sti'ch, 'Ti ar-"t f If rtt ' .:: 3 ' v'.A",n ut
Hit kiuds of 1 trii. :y and uin",w;oiis p"r;
TU foilowintt ral-i iil show tne d- 'cho ia I !-
of iwir.i Jfacbij.'f ivr uo! 1 fir: "1 ,.f .:... ..4 it
ouly a great av:.- i-l U.., k ' P-s.... j
ii't 10 the nei. -,t tue 'nj- . t- t .
rip or ravel than tbe stitch nude wua shuttles aad
Time consumed In making
up Ladies' Garments.
Every Variety of Tomato.
LJirze Red, LarM i ellow, Apple and Pe ach. Red
Plum, Yellow Plum, lied Fi, feonjetrjies called
Pear,Mel!rw riir, Cherry, Loster's Perfected. N'e
V rate, t rench 1 reo 1 omato, the new up; ight variety
taK&''(t9 of seed of all tho above tier. en varieties
will be forwarded post-paid on receipt of on-s dullar
rronch iree 1 omato 20 ct3. per rackaire: New
White, 18 eta.; Lester's Perfected h cts.; Ijir-eKod
25 cts. per ounce. Leeey variety of Garden t-,d.
for tale. Catalogues gtatis. Pxkase9 warraue.l
to reach all who purchase.
JA1IE3 J. n. GREGORY,
Jannary,1852, tf. liarblehead, JIas
Warranted Garden Seed;
BLUXDEN, K0ENIQ & CO.,
(Late JOHH GAB5ETT & Co.,)
No. C 2forth Second Street, above Pice,
ST. .LOUIS, MO.
)uer for sale at very low figures, a lartre and wel.
assorted stock of Agricultural and Horticultural Imple
ments, comprising everything necessary to the Farmer,
tojet er with a large and fresh supply of
Landreth's Celebrated Garden Seeds,
CROP OF 1861,
For which tbey are the sole agents. Their friends can
rely upon getting from them seeds that are nottnly
pure but true tj name in every instance. Ala. Held
swds at lowest market rates Chinese Su?ar Cane seed
Tobacco seed, Top Onions. &c, , etc. Dealers In seeds
wc uld do well to send them their, orders.
Bend for Almanac and Ulnr-trited Caubgue gratit
ELUXDEN, KOEMIG- & CO.
March 6, 1SG2. n3o-ly
Th. ro-niir mfctini of the School examiners of 2e
maba county, wiil beheld in Brownville ,u the ast
Saturdiv in each month, commenciiu,' at 10 o'clock, at
,v, f.fH.'p of o. B. Hewett. over Seigle's clotbinp
Store. Teachers wishius to be examined, will make
appilcatiou on those days.
R. W. FURS' AS 1
n. H. dobbins B'd of Ixamlners,
O. B. DKWETT. )
II. H. DOBBIXS Clerk.
Notice to tlje Creditors of l!ie Ins
tate of Henry Hoover, Heed.
The Commissioners to har and adjust elnicas
against said estate will bold an adjourned session
at the of5ce of the Probate Ju l roof Nemaha eun-
ty,N. T in Urownvillc. in tuia county, on the 5th
day of April, A. D. IS'")-.
O. R.nEWT.TT. ) n ,
1L 21. ATKiNSO.N,) VV4a''
Muslin Shirt, 25.
.Merino Dress, 1 lo
Chemise, I I 10
Calico Dress, I I
Koreen Skirt, 0
Xlght Dres, 1 6
Silk Apron, so
Plain Apron, J 10
Time consumed In makln? f By Machine.
up Oentiemen s trarments. Hours. Kin.
By Vacblne J By Hamt.
Ilourt. tuin :Uvar. Mia.
By Han i
Tho Franklin Faraily
Das one advantage which is worthy of e?reclal sitenti-a
In addition to the peculiar characrer of tbe stfch, sad
that Is its adaptation to either light or medium beiry '
work.. The Machine whlh at on miraent Is used en
THE MOST DELICATE FABRIC, in a few w- .
meats after can be brought to bear with the sarfie facil
ity on cottonades and tiwels of the c aret description.
Its adaptation for FAMILY IVORK, is thus remarks-
ble, and gives ita superiority over every other stylt of '
machine in tbe Market.
In order that these Machines my be place-l in tla
hand ot all classes, we have rl'irct the prlc t c'ir '
F RAX KLIN FAMILY MACHINE TO FORTY
DOLLARS. From the increase of our bunin tyt th
la6t year, and the entire sit.iifacilon onr Michiuo tra
glvins throughout the Cnitcd States and European
Countries, we are led tob'ipve tht onr de'ermin'jtKTi
to manufacture a TEHFECT, SIMPLK, KLLIA li LU
AND CHEAP MALIUSE, has been fully apprecuu-n
iy the public. This policy will remain Tinchantfet, nd
as heretofore no 3t scbioe wni fte allowed to leave tfto
office that we cannot fully warrant in every repert.
We shall keep on band at all times a goners! assort
ment of Sewing Machine materials
NeeHes for all machines can be ordered by Xar.l or
Express. Price Une Dol'.ar per d.iec.
Pewns in the country, by sending ns their sd'!res
enclosing a letter stamp, can have fixrwarded by rttura
mail, one of our circulars containing the different styles
of Machines, list of price, and sample of work. ' .
K. R1CISAX1DS & CO.,
PriDcii :i'i Ai:ent for tbe Worth West.
Office snd Salesroom 13 J Lake Street, Chicago, Illinois,
E. RICHARDS, Lato of L. Cornell At Co.
C. K- WiSWALL,
JN) V. TAPPV. formerly As't for .he .(Hcrver k
Baker Sawing Machine.
JnurySlb' 1S63. n2G-tf .
Kutice is hereby given thut tbtre will be an eJa-tion.
held in tfce City cf Buwoville, bris, on the Ort
Monday, beinr the 7th !iy cf April, lb2, for tbs elecJ
tlon of oue Mayor, one Recorder, one Treaarer ami four
Aldermen, for said city . -
IXTHER nOACLET. Mijx.r.
Attest: William H HoovB. Recorder. ni-4tl
Having opened a Sed and Implement Wsrehor.se, la
Chicago, 1 beg leave to call special attention to tbe
same, having been many years in the business ii Bos
toa, and having also paid special attention and Tire ia
tbe selection of my seed. 1 feel the utmost confluence
iu offering tbem to the public.
Tbe eeds grown in this country were rsied by oM
and experienced raisers at the Bast; those that car.no!
be procured in this country, were imported from soina.
of the most reliable seedsmen in Europe.
AU New and Improved varieties as soon - s utrv,
duoedtned and proved def-irable at the 4Jt, may b
found in my Catalogue. Particular attention will ba
paid to tbe
rLonrii srr:i5 ocr autsiitvt,
and not only all the new anrt. n,., ad;nired varlwties.
but Oil new novelties in Vne Flower departmeU wiil
be introduced. All orders for
THEE3, PIi'rTTS. S II HUB C EH Y, riLOVv"-
will be p?ompt:y executed. We hjive also a gaI as.
Garden and Farming Imp! omenta.
ALBERT n. IIOVF.T, ' '
P. O. Box 3017. Xj. 73 LaS U et,
March 6. n:v5 3 u. ("Kici.'-t. til.
ROBT. W. riii.MS,
BKOWVILLEN N, T. ,
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