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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (April 10, 1862)
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'Trta asT Fnntiiiff Material cf all Kink
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Uaiiea States and Fuirign Newspaper
- - Advertising Agency,
.m KKOADWAV, NEW YORK.
"'SKR HJ lBttAi
. Fire On Sunday night about 12
o'clock, the smoke house of Theodore
Hill, on Front; street, was discovered to
be- on fire, and so far advanced that
nothing could be saved. .Mr. Hill has
been engaged extensively .in putting up
pork this season, and at the time the fire
occurred, the smoke bouse, contained be
tween 2J.Q00 and 30,000 pounds of su
perior bacon. The loss is obout $1,500
r no insurance.
Providentially the wind, which was
qui'.e brisk, was in the only direction it
; 5 couii. possibly have been to prevent other
f '! buildings from being' destroyed. The
; smoke house, was ia close proximity to
ether buildings, which led to the most
densely built portion of the town. Had
ihe wind been a trifle more to the west,
the best portion 'of the town, extending
"from First street .to Third street, on
Main, could " not.-possibly have been
saved, from the fact that we are entirely
destitute of" any kind of fire apparatus
This is the first serious loss by fire this
place has ever sustained, and we hope
will be the means of inciting to greater
care in protecting againit such occurren
ces in future, . As a general thing, our
citizens arc entirely too careless and
negligent in- this matter. In different
parts of the town can b seen stove pipes
sticking up. through the roof, or out of
the sides of wooden buSdings., Our city
authorities should see to it, that greater
care be exercised.-. j
AVe ought, too, by all means, to hare at
least a Hook and Ladder Company. Let
he cew Council takethe Fire Depart
ment into serious consideration.
"Wo all arce the v,eod to use.
OneEmokos,oae EauJj, another chews" '
The finest article cf fine cut chevrin
and smoking tobacco we have met with",
can be found at Lett, Strickler U Co
e claim to know how to keep a hoi el,'
on me totacco qucsticn, and having had
an opportunity cf testing Lett's selection
we speak from the bock. Jacob will ac
cept our thanks for "samples."
iur. Lett nas just returned from the
East, bringing with-him a magnificen
stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, and rfcet
eras, wnicn are ottered at exceedingly
iow prices. Uive 'em a call,
Ti I r.. e
. . 'uu.i, ,L vui3 jjiace, wno is in
the mercantile business at Central City,
Colorado, and who has been absent at the
mines since last fall, returned last week,
"hearty as a buck." We are pleased to
know that Mr. M. is doing a good busi
ness. He brings cheering intelligence as
to the mines in that region. He will
please accept our thauks for a generous
supply of "specimens" from the moun
tains, which we regard as valuable acqui
sitions to our cabinet.
"Some Military.5! Monday last was
1 a military day in this, place. The
veopI(hturned out mere generally than
was expected. Early in the forenoon
fro and four horse teams carne in from
tie various parts of the county, loaded to
overflowing with teople ; flags, flying from
horses heads, anc flag statTs which were
fastened to the wagons; martial music,
and a general "hurrah for the Union."
S' to fc.
Land Patents. There are about five
hundred Land Patents on file in the U.
S. Land Office, in this place. We pro
pose, to publish a list of the names of
persons to whom they belong. By this
means all in this Land District can know
without the expense of coming to the
t J r m , . ,
Lana uuice, wnen tneir patents are
ready for delivery.
Peterson for Mat. We are in re
ceipt of Petersons Ladies' National Mag
azine for May. It contains much that is
useful and interesting to ladies. A large
number of fashion plates, and a great
deal of most excellent reading matter.
D. Seigle has a "big lot" of Hats,
Caps, Boots and Shoes, which Doc says
they will sell "dog cheap," and what Doc
and Dave say, they will perform. Bet
ter call and try 'em on.
Temperance Lecture. Judge J. C
Hicgins, of Savanah, Missouri, will let
ture before the Brownville Temperance
Association on Tuesday evening next.
It is hoped there will be a general attendance.
Any one having a yoke of cattle they
would like to trade to advantage, can find
a "customer" by calling at this office.
To C. P. Richardson, Esq., we are
indebted for a few seed potatoes of the
Mercer, Fluke, and Mexican varieties.
law cflice ia'.o tha
has removed his
Lend O.T'ce, en
any iree and vo;uiitarj emigration of &ny
lunette 6Gtject, or to any vessel carrj;::gsi:ch
ptrson as passenger on board the same : Pro
vided, however, That a renjiit or certificate
taall bo prepared ar.d signed by tbe consul or
consular ngeu or tbe United States residing
at the port from which sjch vessel may take
ber departure, containing tho carno of such
person, and forth the fact of his voluntary em
igralion from such port cr place, which certi
ficate shall be given to the master of such
vessel ; but the sarne shall cot be given unti
such consul or consular aent shall be first
personally satisfied by evidence produced o
ihi truth of the facts th jrein contained.
Sec. 5. And be it further enacted. That al
tbe proviiiens of the act of Congress approved
xeuruary twenty-second, eignteea hundred
and forty-seven, entitled "An act to regula.e
uie carnage oi mssenrrers m mercnant ves
sels," and all the provisions of the act of Con
gross approved ilarch third, eighteen hundred
and forty-nine, entitled "An act. to extend the
provisions of all laws now in force relating to
the carriage of passengers in merchant ves
sels and the regulation thereof," shall bo ex
tended and shall apply to all vessels owned
in whOtO or in part by citizens of tho United
States, and registered, enrolled, or licensed
within the United States, propelled by wind
or bv steam, and to all masters thereof, carrv
ing passengers or intending to carry passen
gtrs from any foreign port or place without
the L Lited btates to aay other foreign port
or place without the Uniied States; and that
ail penalties and forfeiaires provided for in
said act shall apply to vsssels and masters last
Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That the
President of the United States shall be and
he is hereby authorized and empowered, in
such way and at such time as he shall judge
proper to the end that the provisions of this
act may be enforced acccrding to the true in
tent and meaning thereof, to direct and order
the vessels of the UrJted States, and the
masters and commanders thereof, to examine
all vessels navigated or owued in whole or in
part by citizens of the United States, and
registered, enrolled, or licensed under the
laws of the United States, wherever they may
he, whenever, in the judgment of such mas
ter or commanding omcer thereof, reasonable
cause shall exist to believe that such vessel
has on board, in violation of the provisions of
this act, any subjects of China known as
coolies," for the purpose of transportation ;
and upon sufficient proof that such vessel is
employed in violation of the provisions of this
act, to cause such vessel to be carried, with
her officers and crew, into any poit or district
within the United States, and delivered to the
marshal of such district, to be held and dis
posed of according to the" provisions of this
Sec 7. And be it further enacted, That
this act shall take effect from and after six
months from tho day of its passage.
Approved, i ebruary ly, lbb2.
Public No. 25.
AN ACT makiDg appropriations for the con
struction, preservation and repairs of cer
tain fortifications and other works of defence
for the year ending thirtieth of Juue, eigh
teen hundred and sixty-three, and addition
al appropriation for tho year ending thirtieth
June, eighteen hundred and sixty-two.
Be it enacted ly the Senate and House of
Representatives of the United states of Ameri
ca in Conqresss Assembled, That, the follow
ing sums be and the same are hcrebyappro-
pnated out of any money in the Xfeasury
&ot other appropriated, for the construction,
preservation and repairs of certain fortifica
tions and other works of defence for the year
endiog the thertieth of J une, eighteen hun
dred and sixtv-three :
For Fort Montgomery, at outlet of Lake
Champlain, New York, one hundred thousand
dollor.- ' r
j For Fort
For FrJeiTeron, Garden Key, Florida, one
hundred thousand dollars.
For additional format the Tortugas, Flori
da, two hundred thousand dollars. .
For fort at Ship Island, coast of ilississippi
cue bundled thousand dollars.
For contingencies of fortifications, one hua
dred thousand dollars. . '
For bridge trains and equipage, two hun
dred and fifty thousand dollars.
For defence in Oregon and Washington
Territory, at or near the mouth cf Columbia
nver, one hundred thousand dollars, u, m the
judgment of the President, the same, or any
part thereof, should be advisable.
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That
the folio win? sum b3 and the - same is herebv
appropriated out of any moniiy in the Treas
ury not otherwise appropriated, for the fiscal
years ending June thirty, eighteen hundred
and sixy-two, and June thirty, eighteen hun
dred and 8ixty-tbn3 :
For the erection of temporary works in
Maine, and in the harbor at Portsmouth, New
Hampshire, when, in the judgment of tbe
President, tbe expenditure of the Sara's, or
any part thereof, shall be advisable, five hua
dred and fifty thousand dollars. .
For the, erection of temporary works la
Narragansett Bay, when, in the judgment of
the President, the expenditure of 'the same,
or any part thereof, shall be advisable, two
hundred thousand dollars.
Approved, February 20, 1862.
Public No. 26.
AN ACT making an appropriation to illu
minate the Public Buildings.
He it enacted by the Senate and IIousq of
Representatives of the United States of Ameri
ca in Congress assembled, That the sum of one
thousand dollarp.orso much threof as may Le
necessary, bo and the same is hereby appropri
ated, out of any money m the Ireasury not
otherwise appropriated, to enable the Com
missioner of Public Buildings to cajrv out the
order of Congress for the illumination of the
Public Buildings on the twenty-second of
February, eighteen hundred and sixty-two.
Approved, i eburary 2'J, IbbZ.
NEW ADVERTISE MEN S .
HTKIX, WURD & CO.,
OFFER TQSIA LARGE STOCK OF
AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES
Kentucky Bloe Grass per bushel.
Kentucky Orchard Grass per bushel.
r , :irrr.cMs tf the law
a.--v v. ct tie last, session cf the Legiala
ure. Some eirht fr ten new companies
vere formed, most 4f which were at once
lied 'un to the mtimum number. So
soon as all the companies are filled up to
he mnximum number, -we propose pub
lishing the' muster rolls. We have .the
aster rolls of the "Rough and Ready
Hangers," Capt. Ioshca Tate ; "Peru
Horse," Capt. W. G. Glasgow; "Lon
don Guards," Capt. Warren Smith;
Glen Rock Lancers," Capt, Peter
HfJlGER. " '
Sexiot;s " Lo?. We regret to an
cjunce that a gentleman of this place met
Lth a serious loss on the night the fire
occurred. The neck yoke to his wagon
as partially consumed by fire, and a
pwo-bi t padlock iniireJy lost. No insu-
nce. The "Hook and Ladder Compa-
'able, which must have co:t at the least
alculation, "Si.50 or $5,00. "Somebody
have io pa'y for fAaf," therefore the
'roprietor will lose nothing on that score.
lad the above enumerated loses been the
tly misfortune the gentleman sustained
a the occasion . referred to, his friends
:i,ght have reason to hope for his recu
sation. But alas! "hope endeth."
anguage fails' us in describing the latter
fortune. Suffice it to say the afflicted
s perfectly-inconsolable, regarding him
elf totally ruined. He is entitled to the
ympathies of this community "like the
A fellow kept tavern in Indiana."
P- . As the unfortunate man is d's
sed to censure the editor for his latter
'fortune, we hereby make the amende
I ba e Tjr tale a few pooaJs of tbe WLite Georgia
Sugar Cane SeeJ. '
One puund of it will be given to each aew Farmer
ubscrVber, or old one who Is nut in arrears, and has not
receive five papers of Flower or Garden Seed.
It. W. FUENAS, Brownville,
LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES.
Passed at the Second Session of the 'Ihirty
Quite a number of eerious typographical
rrfr escaped the notice of the proof
eader last week. An error occurred in
making upM the article on "Plant Trees
tid Shrubs," which nearly destroyed its
"eaning. In the second paragraph after
e eigth line, four lines of another arti
i ; and on another subject, were inserted.
: o read correctly, omit the ninth, tenth
j 1(1 eleventh line; and first line in the
! ird paragraph.
"Cokpora-uok Election. The ccrpo
ition election whveh took place in this
, ty on Monday last, resulted in the fol-
, .wing. selections:
S R. F. Rarrett, Mayor. '
j t J. H. Morrison, Recorder,
j : David Seigel, Treasurer.
; Tbeo.Hill, )
J. H. Maun,
'ames Reriy, ) Awcrrnin.
' esse John;. ' c
Pcblic No. 24.
AN ACT to prohibit tbe "coolie trade" by
American citizens in American vessols.
Be it enacted ly the Senate and House cf Rep
resentatives of the United States of America in
Congress assembled, That no citizen or citizens
of the United States, or foreigner coming into
or residing within the same, shall, for himself
or for any other person whatsoever, either as
master, factor, owner, cr otherwise, build,
equip, load, or otherwise prepare, any ship or
vessel, or anv steamship or steamvessel, reg
istered, enrolled, or licensed, in the United
States, or any port within the same, for the
purpose of procuring from China, or rem any
port or place therein, or lrom any otuer port
or place the inhabitants or subjects of China,
kuowu as "coolies,'' to be transported to -any
loreign country, port, or place whatever, to be
disposed of, or sold, or transfei red, for any
term of years or for any time whatever, a3
servants or apprentices, or to be held to ser
vice or labor. And if anv ship or vessel,
steamship, or steam-vessel, belonging in whele
or m part to citizens of the United States, anu
registered, enrolled, or otherwise licensed as
aforesaid, 6hall b3 employed for the said pur
poses, or in the "coolie trade," so called, or
shall be caused to procure or carry from China
or elsewhere, as aforesaid, any subjects of the
Government of China for the purpose of trans
porting or disposing of them as aforesaid,
every such ship or vessel, steamship or steam
vessel, her tackle, apparel, furniture, and other
appurtenances, shall be forfeited to the United
States, and shall be liable to be seized, pros
ecuteJ, and condemned in any of the circuit
courts or district courts of the United States
for the district where the said ship or vessel,
steamship or steamvessel, may be found,
seized, or carried.
Sec. 2. And be it further enactod. That
every person who shall so build, fit out, equip
load or otherwise prepare, or who sbill send
to sea, or navigate, as owner, master, factor,
agent, or otherwise, any ship or vessel, ateam
ship or steam-vessel, belonging in whole or iu
part to citizens of the United Stales, or regis
tered, enrolled, or liceused within ihe same,
or at any port thereof, knowing or intending
that the same shhll bo employed iri that trade
or business aforesaid, contrarv to the true in
tent and meaning of this act, or in auywise
aiding or abetting therein, shall be severally
liable to be indicted therefor, and, oa convic
tion thereof, 6hall be liable to a fine net ex
ceeding two thousand dollars and be imprison
ed not exceeding OLe year.
See. 3. And be it further enacted, That if
auj citizen or citizens of the Umted States
shall, contrary to the true intent atd meaniug
of this act, take on board of tiny vessel, or
receive or transport 8tiy such persons as are
above described in this act, for ihe puriose of
disposing of them as aforesaid, Le or they
bhail be liable to be indicted thereror, and, on
conviction thereof, shall be liable to a tine cot
exceeding two thousand dollars and be im-
; IsUnd ledg-3, Portbr.id V.ur-
:cr. v-..- -.zr.Tf.c l v.' -r.u u s.. v ,
For continuation of works at Fort Scam
rnel, Portland harbor, Maine, seventy-five
For Fort Warren, Boston harbor, Massachu
setts, sventy-five thousand dolhtrs.
For Fort Winthrop, Boston harbor, Massa
chusetts, fifty thousand dollars.
For fort at New Bedford harbor, Massachu
setts, one hundred thousand dollars;
For fort at "Willet's Point, opposite Fort
Schuyler, New York, two hundred thousand
For fort on site of Fort Tompkins, Staten
Island, New York, two hundred thousand
- For fort at Sandy Ilook, New Jersey, three
hundred thousand dollars.
For Fort Delaware, Delaware river, sixty
For Fort Carroll, Baltimore harbor, Mary
land, two hundred thousand dollars.
For Fort Calhoun, Hampton Roads, Vir
ginia, two hundred thousaud dollar.
For Fort Taylor, Key . West, Florida, two
hnudred thousand dollars. ;
For Fort Jefferson, Garden Key, Florida,
two hundred thousand dollars.
For fort at Fort Point, San Francisco bay,
California, two hundred thousand dollars.
For fert at Alcatraz Island, , Saa Francisco
bav, California, one hundred and fifty thou
For contingencies of fortifications, including
field works, live hundred thousand dollars.
For bridge train rnd equipage fcr armies in
the field, two hundred and fifty thousand dol
For tool and 6cige trains ror armies iu tho
field, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That
the following sums beand the same hereby
is appropriated, out of any money in the
Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the
year ending thirtieth of June, eighteen hun
dred and sixty-two: ''-,
For fortifications on the northern frontier,
including fortifications at Ggdensburg Oswe
gi, at the mouth of Genesee river, Niagara,
Buffalo, Detroit, Fort Gratiot, Mackinaw, aud
the Sanlt Sainte Marie, seven hundred thous
and dollars. '
For Fort Montgomery, at outlet Lake Cham
plain, New Ycrk, fifty thousand dollars.
For Fort Knox, Penobscot, Maine, fifty
For fort on Hog Island ledge, Portland har
bor, Maite, fifty thousand dollars!.
For Fort Winthrop and exterior batteries,
Boston harbor, Massachusetts, fifty thousaud
For fort at New Bedford harbor, Massachu
setts, fifty thousand dollars. , ,
For fo"rt at Adams, Newport harbor. Rhode
Island, fifty thousand dollars.
For fort Schuyler, East River, New York,
twenty-five thousand dollars.
For fort at Willet's Point, opposite Fort
Schuyler, New York, fifty thousand dollars.
For fort Richmond, Staten Island, New
York, twenty-five thousand dollars.
For fort on site of Fort Tompkins, Staten
Island, New York. tty thousand dollars.
For commencement cf casemate at battery
on Staten Island, New York, one hundred
thousand dollars. t
For new battery at Fon Hamilton, at tho
narrows, New York, one hundred thousand
dollars. . , . -
For Ft. Mifilin, near Philadelphia, Pennsyl
vania, twenty-live thousand dollars.
For new fort opposite Ft DeUwaro, on Del
aware shore, two hundred thousvCd dollars.
T V. II i, ... . .
a. ui a t iuuiiroe, uamnion roi3 lrginia,
Kentucky Red Top Grass per bushel.
Sorghum or Sugar Cane per bushel,
Osage Orange per bushel
Top Onions per bushel,
GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS.
Per Dozen papers. Warranted,
ilyiraiiiic Cecieut per bi tei,
prisoned not exceeding one year.
Sec. 4. And be it further enacted. That ! fiftv thousand .tnlL-
nothing in this act herej before confined shall i For Ft Tavh.r Kor vt
j be deemed cr ctLstiucd to apply ti or affect ; hundred thouaad dollars. ' ' -
1 r-r baTe!
We also keep a large stock of farm Implements.
Catalogues furnished on applic&lion.
April 3, 1S62, nS9-2m
IOWA TOPOLOGICAL GARDENS.
Pruit Trees, Grape Vines, Cnrrants, Goosberries,
Raspberries, etc., etc, at very large discount trom es
tablished rates. .
APPLES Best grafted varieties, per 100 peril
4 to 5 feet $5.00 $45 00
7 to 10 feet 10.00 80.00
PLUMS Coe's Uolden Drop Blue Gage
Imperial Guage, &c, per dor. per 100
8 to 12 feet 4.00 25.00
CHERRIES Early Richmond 3.50 25,00
Dukes an d Heart varieties 5.00
GRAfES Isabella, Catawba :nd Clin
CURRANTS -Common Red
Rebecca 50 "
rnnrA 94 '
VVI1WI V w
RASPBERRIES Brinckle' Orange-.
Yellow Antwerp-" '
Belle de Fonteney autumn bear-
, .. .. 50
White Grape - 7o
GOOSEBEKRIES-IIoughWs Seed'g 50
Ohio Seedling 1.00
STRAWBERRIES-Wilson's Albany- 10
, Scott'a Seedling-.
, Gennesee. .
- . Triompho de Gand
": Large Early Scarlet
CHESTXUT American large siao - 1 .50
u second eue-l.CO
APPLE STOCKS snitible for eolar
grafting.--." 2.00 per M.
Muscatiae, Iowa, March 20, 1862. n37-2m
1 will sell Good Applo Trees, 6 to 8
feet hi"h at
3 to 5 lect hiirh at
Extra Bize.niHny of them now in fruit,
body 8 to 11 feet hih
Seedling tre?s, 8 to 11 feet
Red Dutch Currant, I year old
u 3 vcars old
Houghton Seedling Goosberry, 1 year.
$J0 per 1000
35 per 109
60 per 1000
35 per 1000
4 per 100
Houghton Seedling Goosberry. 3 years, 10 per
ReoVtnd Yellow Antwerp Rappberry-. 1 per
Franeonia Raspberry 2 per
Strawberry, Zo varieties, irom...z to io per li'uu
Downer's PrcIiBa Strawberry 3 per 100
Victoria Rhubarb 15 per 100
Cahocn's Scedlin? Rhubarb 15 per 1C0
Scotch Hvtrid Rhubarb 30 perlCOO
Seedling Rhubarb ' 10 per 1000
Rose, Hardy Summer, 20 varieties 15 per 100
Rose, Hybrid, Perpetual, 25 varieties-. 20 per 100
Rose, Climbing. 8 varietiea 18 per 100
Also a large assortment of Ornamental
Shrubsat.... 12 per 100
Descriptive Catalogues sent to all applicant.
JAMES L. LOOP.
- ' Address, C. D STEVENS Agent.
Meodota, Lasalle Co., EL
January 2, 1SG2. . - n25-4m
. H. M. ATKINSON,
i jit in,
. - , '. . AND
SOLICITOR IU CHANCERY.
OScecomcr or Maia and First Sts.
nrownvillo, 3XT. Z?.
Jan. SO, '7 2 n30-v6 ly
Terry's Garden Seeds.
Trefh ar.4 psre. tni raised In this poil and cUmale,
for sale by 3-tf LIII, STJ.ICKLEB & CO,
j. tho n nun: 7 & co.
SEED W AEIEEIOUSE,
15 JOHI7 STEEET. HHW-YQRZl.
SEEDS EY MAIL.
SEEDS FOR TIITC FAF.ME!?. , ,
5EED3 FOR THE GARDEKER.
SEEDS FOR THE FLORIST.
SEEDS FOR THE KURSERTMAX.
fcLEDS FOR TUE AMA1LUR.
SEEDS FOR THE DEALER.
Send for our Descriptive Priced Gatalcgua of
Vegetable and Agricultural bscda Tor 18';2.
Send for our Descriptive Priced CauJogue cf
Flower Seeds for 1852. " "
The two combined contain the largest collection cf
seeds to be found ia this country, embracing every
standard and improved variety, together with uil
the novelties t f tLe day.
GARNET CEIILI POTATOE.S A secdlirg in
troduced by C. E. Goodrich, he claims for ita high
er degree of hardiness and adaptation to all soils au i
weather than any ovher sort known, and in good
soils and seasons, and with fair culturo, they will
yield from 250 to 350 buihcls to the aero.
Prioe per peck, 50e., per bushel, $1.50, per bar
rel of 2 bushels, $4.
All the following varieties of Seeds mailed, poit
j)iid, to any part of tbe United States, (with the
exception of thoso marked thus, which may be
mailo l to tbo.e wUhing them by this conveyunco,
at an additional expen30 of one cent per ox.,loa
receipt of the amount annexed.
New Speckled Lima Beans
New Corrugated Pols Beam
Thorburn's Non'l Cauliflower per oz.
Early Paris Cauliflower do
Giant White Solid Celery--- do
Imp'd N. Y. Purple Eg Plant do
Early Winning.tadt Cabbaga do
New Cottager's Kale ........ do
Early Vienna Kohl Raib- do
N. J.n'b'd Cucumber (v'y long) do
Early Curled Silesia Lettuce do
Ne White Japan Melon (early)
Huntington do (very large)
French Scarlet Turnip Radish
New Madras (edible pod) Radish per pkt 10
Honolulu Nectarine Squash--" per a--30
Fejee Island Tomato pcroz. 25c.perpkt-- 5
French Upright Tomato do --15
Berlin Teltau Turnip parol--10
Extra Early Princess Peas pernt--iO
Champion of Scotland, Eugenie and Na-
polean Peas, each per qt--50
Largo Sweet Mou'a Peppsr--peroz. 40c. per pkt-- 5
Large Rod Onion-- per ID ioc, per oz-- iu
Extra Early Turnip Beet do 7oc. do
Borage -. do
Mammoth German Cabbaga (extra)---- do
Long Oraugo Carrct per lb 75c. do
Bah.am Fir Seed do $2 00 do
Ailanthus Seed do 2,50 do
Honey Locust Seed do 60 do
Buckthorn Seed ....do 1.00 do
Black Austrian Pine Seed do 3.00 do
StonePiue Seed - do 1,50 do
European Larch Seed do 1.50 do
Chinese Arbor Vitas Seed-. do 3.00 dv
Virginia lutea, or Yellow Wood Tree,
Applo Seed per bush. $5 per qt--2o
Plum Pits do -40
Strawberry Seed, 12 varieties each-.-.per kpt--2i
Connecticut Seed Leaf Tobacco- peroz--25
Alsike Clover per &
Scarlet Flowering Clover do
Chinese Sugar Cano per bush. $4 per qt
Cbiciree Seed per ft 75o. per oz
Beautiful Scarlet Chinese Egg Plant .-per pkt
Conrclvulus tricolor monstrous (splend)
Callirrhoe pedata (beautiful)
Diantbus Heddewigii Double."
English Prize Hollyhock (fine)
Delphinium formosum (splendid)
Auricula flowered Sweet William
Iponljea limbata elegantissima (splendid)
Splendid Crimson Flax (beautiful)--
Linum Lewisii Varirgata (choice)
Splendid Hybrid Pan?y
New early D warf Carnation
Clintonia rulchella atropurpurea
Clintonia Azurea grandiflora
Fringed Chinese Primrose
Splendid Double Zinnia
New Carmine SoabloMS
Beautiful Camellia Bilsaraj
L '': G' r,l ;!' r A-i-t '
Ferina M.iju.'. xi-tij cmar; .. -. . .-
Hags)" - " "
Dlli-icurj csc-plea, beautiful. (bin auntinl
Abrocia umbellita rspleu did annual)"
Beautiful Collections Phlox Drummondii, 5 va
rieties Beautiful Collections Portulacca, 7 varieties .
Beautiful Collections of Flower Sced3, 100 va
Beautiful Colleo. of Flower Seed3, 50 varieties
do do do 25 varieties
do do do 10 varieties
Splendid Trench Hybrid Gladiolus.
From $1 to S20 per dozen for varieties and des
cription see our Flower Seed Catalogue.
J . J)i . 1 llvrilj U 11 Ji tU.,
CII01CL! AND RELIABLE
Ey ilaii. Postpaid, to all part3 of tte UiaoJi.
B. K. BLISS,
Seedsm-ia and Florist, Spric'e! J, ilass
VBOJ-EALE AND E-TAIi. LEAXIE
Garden, Agi'culturd nrd Hora Seeds.
Would iavits the attention cf irrstccr?, Fbrla?,
Gardeners, &:ii a'.l interested ia A-ricaUunl pur
suits, to the S in:h Edition of his D Li C 11 1 IT I VL1
-SLXD CATALOGUE fur 1S31-62, conUiainj
accural destriptions of Mf3 varieties of Flower
Soeds, and upwards cf 250 varieties of Vegetabb
and Agricuhural Seeds with specie! directions for
the culture i t each variety, so simlilui as to b
understood by the most inexperienced ptrs n. It
will bo maihd to all ap;;l:cnti upon receipt of a
three cent sUimp.
A Supplensent to th above, eontaicing a Hi cf
all the novelties tctrtduced bv European Florists,
the past year, with many other valuable additioiss.
was publiahci in March, and mailed to all who have
received a copy of the Catalogue.
Particular attention is invited to his choice collec
French and German Asters, Carnatiioa and Picct
Pinks, Cal :colarias, Cinerarias, Geruiaa Stocks,
Coxcombs, Double Hollyhocks, CacidKa
Flowered BaLsams, Gloxinia, Micaulus,
, erbenns, h'elarg-'nium, t-ngu-a
Pausies, Chi nose Piimroits,
Sweet Williams, A?,
received direct from the parties who erow the?9
plants for tbe English Hud Continental ExUibition-i,
by which we are enabled to insure to purchasers
Pure and Genuine Seeds of the be' sorts in culti
vation, raised from prize flowers cr.ly.
Flower Seeds by 3Iail.
The following collections, embracing many of tha
most desirahld varieties, (including several novel
ties,) have been sent out from his establishment for
tbe past eii;Lit years, and are now favorably known
in every section of the country, will be sent by mail,
post-paid to any address in the Union, on receipt ot
the piice affixed.
No. 1 contains twenty choice varieties of An
No 2 contains twenty choice varioties of Bi-
enniuls and Perennials 1.C0
No. 3 contains ten extra fine varieties of An
nuals and Perennial?, embracing many
of thenew sndchoicest in cultivation-. 1.C0
No. 4 contains five very choice varieties, select
ed from Pkizk Flowers of English Fan
cies, German Carnation aud Piootoo
Piakr, Verbenas, Truffaut's French As
ters, Double Hollyhocks 1.00
Any one remitting i'i will receive the four aiort-
ments, postage free.
The following additional assortments will &.&o bo
sent nt tho prices aunexed, free of postago.
No. 5 contains fifteen very select varieties of
Greenhouso Seeds $3.00
No. 6 contains one hundred varieties of Annu
als. Biennials and Perennials, including
many new and choice varieties 5.00
No. 7 contains Cfry varieties of Annuals. Biea-
nials, and Perennials 2.50
No. 8. contains twenty varieties of hardy An
nuals, Biennials, and Perennials, for
sowing in tha autumn 1.00
Tbe seeds contained in the abovo assortmscts are
of our own selection. Purchasers who prefer to
make their own selections from the Catalogue, will
be entitled to a discount proportionate to tho quan
tity ordered as follows.
Purchasers remitting $1.00 may select seeds at
Catalogue Prices amounting to $1.10
15 Jobn-st., New-York.
The Economy of Using
Family Sewing Machine.
These machines make tbe celebrated GROVER
BAKER STITCH, wbichbas taken the highest premi
um at the Illinois State Fair, in September last, at the
United Stater. Fair in St. Louis, in I860, aud at tbe
principle State Fairs throughout the country.
Competent Judges gave a decision in favor of this
stitch, on account of its great strength and adaptation to
all Kinds or family ana manufacturing purposes.
The following Table will show the differcmc In favor
of Sewing Machines over tbeold method of stitchiug by
band. In tbe workiDS of these Machines there Is not
only a great saving of labor and time, beside adding
greatly to tbe heaithfulncss of the emploympu , but tbe
stitch is much stronger, more elastic, ami lews liable to
rip or ravel than the stitch made with shuttles aud
Time consumed In making
ep Ladies' Garmeut.
np Gentlemen's Garments
By Machine. 1 By Hand,
jllours. min. Hour. Miu.
1 J5 JO ; 28
26 fl 1 - 6
1 10 8 30
I 10 10 10
40 7 30
1 6 13 4
io i as
By Machine. ) Br ITand.
Hour. Mm. illor.rs. Min.
1 25j IS 20
1 " 40! 16 23
1 19 3 10
45 5 25
& 6 IS
- 40 2 SO
The Franklin Family
Has one advantage which ts worthy of especial actcr.tlon
In addition to the peculiar character of the stitch, and
that Is Us adaptation to either light or medium beary
work.. The Machine which at on moment Is uted on
THE MOST DELICATE FABRIC, In a few mo
menta ai:er can le brought to bear with tho same facil
ity on cottonades and towels of the coarsest description.
Itsadso'itionfor FAMILY WORK, is thus remarka
ble, and gives it a superiority over every other style of
machine in the Market.
In order that these Machines may be placed in the
baud? r,t ail elates, we have reduced the prlca of T.ur
FRANKLIN FAMILY MACHINE TO FORTY
VOLLARS. From tbe increase of our business for tbe
last year, and the entire satisfaction our Machines are
giving throughout the United States and European
Countries, we are led tobieve that onr determination
to i manufacture a PERFECT, SIMPLE, RELIABLE
AND CHEAP MACHINE, has been fully appreciaten
by the public. This policy wilt romaia unchanged, and
as heretofore no Machine will be allowed to leave the
office that we cannot fully warrant in every respect.
We shall keep on band at all times a general assort
ment of Sewing Machine msterials
Needles for all machines ran be ordered by Mail or
Express. Price One Dollar per dozen.
Persons in ibe country, by sending us their address
enclosing a letter stamp, can fcsve forwarded by return
mail, one ot oar circulars cor.tsjalng the different styles
of Mactuncs. list of price, and sample cf work.
E. HICIIARUS & CO.,
Principal Apents for tbe Itortii V'est.
Office and Salesroom 133 Lake S;.reet, Chicago, Illinois,
E. BICHARDS. Lata of L. Cornell & Co.
C. E- WIS WALL, '
JNJ.W. TAPPAX, formerly Ag't for .ha Grover H
Baker Sewing Machine.
. no jit. w. FXJirris,
DROWYILLEX N. T
do do '2M do do 2.25
do do 3.00 do do 3.50
do do 4.G0 do do 4.75
do do 5.00 do di fl.OO
do da 10.00 do do 12.50
do do -2'J.00 da . do 23,00
do do 30.00 do do 40.00
Prices to dealers whose orders exceed the above
amounts, will be given upon application.
Collections of Vegetable Seeds by Iail.
No. 4 contains forty-five varieties, bis Selec
No, 5 contains twenty varieties, his selection- 1.00
The above collections contain only the mot desi
rable varieties. They are put up in packets con
taining to ounces eaah, aifordlng an ample
supyly for a small family for a season. Those who
wih to obtain larger quantities are referred to the
following collection?, which, on aocaunt of their
bulk, can only be sent by express :
No. 1. Co'iirLZTE Collection, sufficient for
a large garden fcr one year's supply,
comprising twelve quarts of Peas of the
' vfry best sorts for succession, sit varie
ties each of Deans, Cabbage, Turnips,
Corn; four vail, tics each of Lettuce,
Onicns, Radish, Muskmclon, Watermel
on, Cucumbers ; throe varieties each of
Tomatoes, Cauliflowers, Celery. Broccoli,
with a full Iv of Sp'nsob, Ict, C ir-
y, cr--!i;-', tidily.
i U O f '.-'..---.
I -v . -
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2. - CosrLSTS CcLLEcriOM for aniodirato
eized garden, containing six quarts of
Pea?, and most of the other varieties in
3. Complete Collectiom for small gar
A list of the contents of each collection will bo
found in tbe Catalogue.
Thoso who prefer to purchaso B7 THB OCSC! will
bo supplied by mail at Cataloguo Trices, without
additional oharga for postage.
tiyAU crdcrs mast bo accompanied with the
cash..j3 B. K.L LISS.
Feb. 3-tf SprinjrSold, Massachusetts.
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FLUSHING. N. Y.
The ce'eorateii Nurseries Ettablishel, 1732. All
iindg of Trees Plants, Small Frntu, Grapes, Bti1&,
Green-Home Plants, Stocks, Ei- ns, Feed etc., e:c,
at very lota rata, to suit tbe time. Pricea Catalogues
Jtarcb 13tb, 1352. n38 tf
DR. TLTOMAS F. CHAPMAN
Will ?Bi to all who wish it (fr?e of charge), the
Recipe and full directions f r mailing and using a
beautiful vegetable Halm, that will e-JectaaI'y re
move PiapLEa, Blotches, Tax, Fxecxlfs. ic.,Ac,
leaving th'! skin smooth, clean, and bsautiful ; also
fall d recticsfor using I'XATiiEAC'3 Celeek TEn
STiJirLAr, warranted to start a fall growth of
Vv'Liskers, Dra Mustaoh?, in le?s thaa thirty days.
Either of t'ie above can be obtained by return rr. vil,
bv addrp?s:rig (wi'b stamps for return postage) DK.
THOMAS F. CHAPilA.V, PbacticaL Cjemist,
83 1. Broad ay, New York.
Feb. 6.1u2. nr51-2mj
A Wonderful Littls raicrcnccpe.
M4Cri.'yia3 ?m.in object 5CO tim?, will be sent to
any applicant fn receipt of fite? ty Jive cents in silver,
ar..l ouc pint stsaip. Five of difyoront powers for one
dollar. Alirt-5 XEI. SI. S. VO'JUWXZV, Kx I Bo3,
Pbiiaaelibia, Ta, eW. '
lliO JiWtiUl'li iv.ilt-il A y. i , A t. V
(Two Voicxss ArAtLT,ervc. M-i: r-!.,rrf)
Putlubeiin natb-srs Illaimted tf '.12 to rJ
evsry cthsr tu jiith via lit. Jinunry Mv.n;L, y.oj,
July, cepteale.-, kd Novcs.ber, nt New Uavca,
Ii. STLIIM AN. JH., AND J. I. DANA
55 P?iAXM:iIX ADV.iMK.
Tho Journal ij?ni, j.t yiid, aitrth Hu:ii'J
paj mentis rtx-eivl
Pn,fe?r B. i'iLiA.v. P. bitr.My, Jr. an I
Prof. James Dwight Dana,
w II i-r.,
in cvunc'j.a w;:h
Prof.iSA GIUY, cf Carr.brL'-c,
ProfL O UISJGJSSIZ. of Cumlrhlgt
Vr n'OLCOTT GIBBS of ,VY
And aauirjus bile oilburAiors in sp i..l D jpsrt
mntj. Th";s work has been established rnr than forty
years, and Is thd fdy Journil of the kiid in tb
Cnitcd States It is doaoted to Pajsioal o 1 Cheu
u-i Srierc", Geology, MincralogI, Natural Hi fry,
Motcorology, A.stronomy,Pfcjii.-al tieor:tdby, ml
kindred depcrtaitnU cf knowledge, and eunuics
Original Pupers, as well as Abdiraciaof f.;r-i;gn d.s
coveries, on all these topics.
An attraotive feature of thU Journal fr ("ia "n
eral reader is tho Scientilj (.-orre.-pondn :e of. l'r f
JlKOilS NlCKLES and others, ia Frus.ce aud other
parts of Euj.tpe, giving fain. liar reports cf pn gr?-i
ia scinentinio mailers.
Eig5;y-twa Vtdames have already ta pub :b I
Fifty in in thj first aud Thirty-two ia tu st cji. J
Subfcribers receiving their espies dlre-'t fr m tin
Publishers remit Iheir sub-vriptions t tha OZioe cf -Silliman's
Journal, New IlAveu, Coua.
Miijtofthe back veluuios can b cbtain:;! cfths
All communication., remit taoecs,etc, to bs ad
a SXI,I.I3XA:?&, DW.l,
0e vfSUHmuu American Journal of Xi-i??
Stie Il-tvrn, l'n.
THE HORTICULTURIST, .
J0UBXAL OF RURAL ART AND TASTU
Es,tt:ifti8J by A. J. Dowii-tj la 1S15 J
Peter 23. Mead & Goo. B. WooJwarcI,
EDITORS A.fD raOPBltTOUS. ' .
Eovotei to the Orchard, Visejerd, Garisn asi
Each annual volume of the Uomrict'LTrHTST cn
tlns every sub) ect of practical uillity cuDtio.te-1 wfa
Horticulture, Pomology, Lindscjv Uardeuinj. Rttral
Architecture, ew , c-jnaistinjof Original Papers in ttioje
depirtmeut of science, ana formiug aa liiapeiiiible
ali to all who Interest themselves ia rural pursuits.
Tbe following are some of the Important lutreuts iht
characterire the work, awl these will be tretteJ by wri
ters of well-kacwn ability.
The cultivatiou and mana?saient of Grapes, taa lcat
in pomological tctcre.it of the country.
The cultivation of Jruit generally, wita incitratloni
cf everything new.
The maneineet of Flowers and Vegetables, wUh il
lustrations of new varieties.
Ornamental Treea and ShrubteFy, their cultivation,
management an 1 artistic plaatiu.
Horticultural bulldiuijs. De.'is, Plin. e'c.,f -r On- .
servatorios. Hot and did Gr4jeri", Orctiari House, .
Pits. Frames, Forcing Houses, and their ni uis?o-.ncnt. "
Landscape Gardening nd uRtneerins, eobrcing the
construction of Roads, Walls, Ornamental Witer. Tor
racei, Liwns, Drainage, Hydraulics, Briges, V:staa etc..
together with illustrated plans for laying out, taiprovini
Oii'lical UcbUa and Essays in all departments or Bu- '
ral Architecture, etc.
Fcroiinif a larse annual volums, literal; Hlu.t.-ateJ
with Quia hod KaravltiK.
One copy one year, pay bie In advance, ,$? M
Four copies " --' C W
Bound Volume for 1SC0 and 1551, aiid inscrip
tion for - . BOO
PRKilirJI FOlt CIXB3 O? SU.
Any person getting np a Club of Six at 3 1 60 ei,
and seudiug us Nine Dollar annually in advance wt.l
receive a Seventh copy gratis, as many years aa be koops
the cumber cf tha Ci"Q good.
A-lditions can be made at any time. Spsctmen Cupiu
TUB EWTTOV WTTT CO.'.f PI VT '. 1
Oil e. ; y . oce year, p rj.il . i u.t; mc e, - J 3 ,
Four &:;. n? year, " - Si )
jrw ,.'-. i -I f-w t"'v .' i t- '--r. : v.-.;- .;
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A JU.-i.-ss a:M vrt.jmcti's. .':-..-'; ' . t,i, k. I ' -ce.e
aLd e.: j.iil cc-3'io i
. . itiAii m, V;oDW'.ill.U,
Editors and Proprietors of the DonTictLTcnisTi
87ParkKi,w, New Yolk.
The Confession and Experience of a
Published as a warning, and for the ?peiil bore
fit cf Yonng Men and those who Kiiffer with Nervous
Dubility, Loss of Memory, Frematiire Dectiy, Ac .. die , '
by onj of tboii who bus curnd bim?-.f by iimt lj
means, after being put to great expriHO and incoa
venience, through the uso of worthies medicini.s
prescribed by learned Doctors.
f in?!e copies ny be had of the author, . C. A.
LAMDERT, Lsq., Grcenpcint.LcKg I iland, by enclos
ing a post-pflid addrnMcd envelope.. AUrtx
CHARLES A. LAMLERT, E., Urcecp-inf, Long
Island, N. Y.
Feb. 8. 1832. fn32-2m " . . '
At the croslcg of the Illinois Central, and St. Loui,
Alton and Chicago Railroad. EitaiilUbd 12. on
the open Prairie, and contains Uu acres- Fruit, Orna
mental and Nursery S:ock, a verv Urse. general tr.d
reliable assortment, VUIIX CilUAl' fr Ca.h. ..
Especially Adapted to tie Severe Ciimta
of tie NcnJivrcst.
AVTVR tTtKra from 1 to 4 years e'.d. fo tOtf
10OO. ROOT GRAFTS, $)Hper 10 Oi t . A.??L& STt)Ci3, ,
one to two years, electee, for grafi mi , $2; srctD-i cla,
$1 per thcurtsand. MAZZAKU CHEH2.T. $Jjwt l.ttO.
STANDARD AMD DWARK PKAR, CaSSRT, PLCH,
PEACH, QUINCE, NSCTARlNil. ANU APRlCOT
DWARF APPU3, 01.1NCE, PKaR. PLUil, AJTD
ROi ST0CK.3. Ajrpft Snort 60 pr thjast.d.
Cuttingt, many sorts 0y Ora-vjt. it". cuff yfr
old plants, 2,60 per tbuoaaud. If'iivtm's Strawlcry,.
and many other Standard Sorts tw ttjiUra Cfy tj
four dollars per thousand. Graptt Ctwoa, Ciaton,
Isabella, well rooted, one year old three iolra.- per
hundred, twenty dollars per thousand.. Dilawart-r-ono
and two years old, $1 to 'Jlo per dciea. liu
larb, best sorts two to Ave dollar per hundred.
Houghton Coosherry. one to two yar old one to
three dollars per bandred. Dovninj't Etrr Btarinf,
Mulbery four to eight dollars perd aeu. Eeerjreenj
everl snrts teo dollars per thcosnJ. Sla Ji ant .
Weeping Tree, Shrubs, Flower Rood Pttitt, Rutf$,
an immense vaiiety mostly or.e tv tw ioiUm Cty
per dci en.
Patkirg carefully dune. Catalogues sent on receipt
of a threo cent stamp. Aul.cts,
F K PlfOFNTX,
Not 14, !S6t, al3-8a Stooninton, Liimit.
GRAY WILLOV7 CUTTIirGS.
At $1 per hundred, $5 per taouacd. Liberal discount
to the trade, or la large qnantitj'le-.
Also Our usual asscrfnent ft Errreas.- Frnt
Trees, OrnamenUl Trees, Struts and Plants; Hc!g
. CotaJosues furnished to all app;ian'.s.
"The Evergreens " L Millie.
a7-tf SAJiCKL ZD WARDS, ZitHii C ', III.
Trao VqIqt7ZZ3 Grap3 Vinc3
PROPAOATED PRO?! TUS OSIOi:rAIi '
Sron7, WelUrootei One Year Old Vinet rrvn tne
Ojien air. 60cut$l eich. $ito liiprr d-iz, Eelral
year old vines, and No. 1, extra Urne U-ert, trt.'i
be-irinj wood, $1.60 to $2.00. to $Vl !9 per doztn
ALbO Cne viuen of Allen's aw wnit Iiytrid, Ana.
Cleveiing, Conrord, Cuyaha;a, Cra, Ciir.t.'n, C.'s
dy. Cdtawha, Diana, nerbemont, n ii t.'ord, Pro. 13'-. Ii
Isbel!', Logan, Le Noir, Ldn, Irua, I.yraaa, NV.r
tfn' Virglr.ia, On'srl, Op--rn Rcbrra. It. i?rs' icw
Hybrid. Taylor's Bullitt, TrvKalon, L'n4cn Tiliage, jt "
maoy other kinds, at low price.-.
trilsor"i Albany, Triumph d Grav), Je-iBy 1:4,
Tro.!ope' Nsctorla. and Ansii S'naker Strwi;errie.
Rtrtland, and Catawitb evr bearirg Ru-ptcrr.es,
Lawon's Blackberries, itc, ail at the lowtit ratBj,
E3"Sead fr a c-rcuiar.
OZO. W. CAMPB15T.L, HeUware, O.
Oct. 3. 15i;0. nl6-2.n.
CHEAP FLOWERS c FHUIT3 '
l iii tend, ty loin, p.jsrpr.u, jj smal:. bv;
mostly mixi 1 CLIPS, for i-ne d-!Ur, ar.i f :
Dulbs of iauie, fir 52. Cther Aiulli, nam? J, fox
ULKr.ACSOUS FEF.ENMALs. 0f 51 ort.
sised KlSKS ar,d clher IlAI'DY Ak!C:-j:
by eiiTS:?', or railroad, 4 to 3 dollars v r it J
rr and oa'ics sorx.', about doubio iri-:e; and oor
m fv.r.d snected ots in a.l, 5 J ) Vaitie?.
S.mi. t. FRC!T3"of all s.-rtf, iaclullr. Dsilawaks
and CcNCOED Grapks, equally rerv-on:ifc!o.
Fki'it and Cxn mentai. Thkz. 25 per cent. low
er than usual. All sl!y parked, to keep a m-;-tb,
at purchasers cost. AJ.ire,
JUilN A. KIWVICUTT.
Tu8 Gr.ve r.O.,CVkCi?,TJj.
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