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Sales and Forrfen Newspaper
f Advertising Agency,
i BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
P for the "N'KBftASCA AUVEU
. :iU - - -
! p4ieD"t Corn Planters for sale 'at
j jj j. Hewitt and Thos, Wil
! ver Cn Monday last, admitted to
to practice in the Courts of Ne-
..r,-L-s. Rer. II. H. Dob u i ?f swill
jj t tfemaha City next- Sunday,
''.Tji it half fast ten, a.m.. Also
i" day in Aspinwall, at 3r.M.
i Jtssc Jo"5'' Esq.; vya? appointed Jus
; oj tjjC p'eate by the County Com
ionersftt tleir last session. From
r John's experience, he will make a
ry eficifct and 'competent Justice.
! Jet Receiver's Office, which was
'sporanly dosed "for the pan few
-lis, is ndtv reopened.' Mr. Jamison.
It Receiver, is now residing in this city.
ne iind Ofice, for the present, is at
' !-e residence of Capt. Barrett.
; ' r '
I Those fond of amusement will Jo well
i call upon Mr. Eva Wohtbikc, at
Tihaey's Block, where they can be ar.
'-iDodatcd with a gentlemanly game of
'liardi, or take comfort with themselves
t partaking of any refreshment which
'mundane system may demand. .
j See Hill's New Advertisement, in
' oler column. lilr. Hill is now re
tiring one of the largest stocks and best
'.orimect f Goods ever brought to
i-wwlle. Call and see Mr. Hill ; "he
-lakeart." and you can get a bargain
om Lira if you can from anybody in
JAithcr's Home Macaiist for June,
I oa our table. A new volume com
esces in July. Now is a good .time to
bscnlc. There is a moral tone to all
j T S. ATnnas wriiincs. v No parent
ed fear any corrupting influence from
'eintr-xiuction of the Home Magazine
i la another column will be; found the
reniseinent-ol 'MarleniJi's Excelsior
rieties." He -comes here highly re
.mended ty those who have seen his
n-tmanre. The entertainment will
js!t cfU'ire-walking; Varitriluquism
iSliht-Gf-hand performances by Mon.
.':n?nia. Also jig dancing ty Master
Illy WeUs. Lovers of fun will be
j Macsieur Car, has for sale a lot of
tirJen Seeds of his . own raising, here
t Nebraska. Those who want fresh
ii, about .which there is no doubt thould
D:.ize him. His seed are at the Uar-
rShupof Monsieur Hoy.
Ur. Car has also over a hundred bush
of potatoes, of several varieties, suit-
e for teed, which he will sell cheap for
DiiTucf Copkt for Nemaha, Judge
utir presiding, is now m Session in
is City. Session commenced on Mori-
,ay- There is a great , deal of busine:s
-ore the Court. Among the Attorneys
e notice : ! .
I V.II. Taylor,' O. P. Mason, Wm.
'i-earan, H. H. Harding, Seymour,
t braska City. . '
j S. Dundy, Iham Ren's, Falls Cityl
A. B. Durfee.'Rockport, Mo. :
jTta- Williams, Mo.. . '
Written for tit e Nebraska Farmer.
. Farmer's CIgIj.
! " fcciTon : As I have not written
,Jre Farmer fur sometime, I thought
paid give you a'sketck of our club,
iebjre had a Farmer's Club near
j's'e'a bridge for somr two or three
, ari Ve met on the 12th of Match.
.re'orCnized by electing the follow
ituireri to serve for one year.
I N. Sake'eks,- Stcrtiary,
tvEKHEDT," Cor. Secretary,-
Gto, Crow, Treasurer. ...
Karch 21st we adopted a new Consti
leheririjy the old one" to be defec-te-
e prohibit all debating, and each
?te'l his honest opinion, on all mat
Urouht before the club. Our regu
" 8i?e,.iuT8 RM cnce - jnnnth. but we
,-y meet oftener if we think proper.
J'javue the f;rc;er of Nemaha county
, .atia co-operate with us in advau
sUe interests of our whole calliu!r.
?',',0ur fceeu'n?, April 4uh, we passed the
j r bouillons unannaohsly :
i.tlQrw., 'PL . . .
n k V' we tne raemners ot
,na Valley Farmers1 Club invite the
f-Kemahi County to form Far
4 s each neigliborhood as soon
Net? Yok, May 17. !
.' A letter from Cumberland yaj 0f ,he
15th tays,4an attempt was made.this af
ternoon by the rbe's on our left, to cap
ture some - of oar wagons, hundreds of
which line the roads between this place
and Bucshouse Point; but I cannot learn
that they succeeded. During the time
the rebels made the attack upon the wag
on train, Gen. M'CIellan, accompanied
by his staff, was making a reconnoisance;
and came in tight of the enemy before
he ;was aware of his proximity to them;
but by dint of hard riding he escaped
and took command of , the force at hand
and dispersed the rebels."
. . SxaASBcnc, May 1G.
Yesterday afternoon a band ol guerril
las mad? a dash on the railroad beyond
Front Royal and killed one man and took
fourteen prisoners, belonging to the 2Sth
Pennsylvania. The railroad bridge, fifty
feel high and three hundred and fifty feet
long, over the North fork of the Shanan-do-ih,
was completed to-night.' The track
will be laid and trains will run to-morrow
morning. The work was completed
in forty hours, under the superintendence
of .G. W. Nagle, government bridge
All is quiet in front to-night. It is
currently reported that Gens. Milroy and
Schenck are in occupation of Staunton.
Cape Girabdeau, May 17.
.Dispatches r just received from Colonel
Daniel' headquarters, near Bloomfkli.
contain accounts of the capture of the no
torious Col. Phelan, of Jeff Thompson's
gang, and over 100 of his men Fifty
of the men, it is said, gave themselves
up and expressed a desire to return to a
quiet and peaceful life. Phelan's best
suit of clothes occupy a conspicuous place
in the headquarters at Cape Girardeau.
- ' - Wasuinctox, I!ay 17. '
The following was received at the
War Department this evening :
Williamsburg, May 17. The gun
boats Galena, Monitor, Arrooftook, Nau
gatuck and Port Royal were repulsed
from Fort Darling, seven miles below
Richmond, yestereay. A portion of them
have returned to Jamestown Island, near
this place in James river. There are
numbers wounded on board the vessels,
including Lieut. Morris. Sevecteen have
already been buried. The 100 pound
gun on the Naugatuck exploded at toe
Philadelphia, May 19.
The Bulletin contains the following ad
ditional from Fortress Monroe:
The repulse of the gunboats is gener
ally regarced as a very serious affair.-
On the Naugatuck 17 were reported kil
led, by. tbou.-Kiloio -her fun. -'The
boat made a useless fight and was with
drawn. The Galena was nddhd with
shot, and the loss is supposed to be heavy.
The Monitor was struck repeatedly,-but
is said to be uninjoaed. ..
Affairs are quiet at Norfolk. There
have been several attempts lately to as
sassinate Union soldiers. Yesterday an
affair occurred causing Feme uneasiness.
Gol. Brown, of the Indiana Twentieth,
stationed at Portsmouth, went out of town
in the n orning to take a ride. Soon af
terwards his horse came into town with
out a rider, and it is feared the Colonel
is killed or captured. . .
. '. ' Cairo. May 18. ,
The steamer J. C. Swon, from Pitts
burg Landing, has arrived but her news
A picket skirmish had taken place last
ing nearly two days. The rebels were
driven back, but not until they succeeded
in burning a bridge over a small stream
four miles from Corinth. Twelve of our
men are reported wrunded. " .
Deserters continue to report the scar
city of provisions in the rebel camp, and
many of their cattle are starving for wdm
of forage. ; "
Guerrillas infest the country around
Hickman, New Madrid and other points.
News from out fleet is to the effect
that several rebtl gunboats came round
Craig Head Point yesterday to recon
noiter. The opened fire as soon as they
came in range, and they retired. " '
The gunboat Mound City has been re
paired and will go down to-night.
Passengers by-ihe bwpn give currency
to a rumor that Gen. Bragg is in corti-
mand at Corinth. Beaureirard having been
tailed into Virginia to organize the rebel
army in the vicinity of Richmond
WniTE House,' Va;, May 10--"f
1 Army ' commenced moving early this
morning in the direction of Richmond,
and will encamp some miles in advance
of this point. ' Our advance, under Gen
Stone, reached the railroad bridge at
Cbiekahotniny. yesterday; it is a long;
trestle bridge, of only two fpans, which
were burned and can be repaired in a very
short time. The pickets of the' enemy
are guarding tbs whole line of the river
in front of Richmond, making it difiicult
to obtain any reliable information from
that city. - . 1
: Gen. McClellan went 'oh a reconnoi:
sance to Chiikahominy to day. The pro
gramme of operations in front of Rich
mond is said to be decided upon. - -
. Washington, May 20.
- In the Senate Mr. Sumner gave notice
he should to-morrow introduce a resolu
tion for the expulsion of Siarke, Seaatur
from Oregon. , ' !
Mr. McDougal moved to lake up the
Pacific Railroad Bill ; agreed to by 2-1 to
1G, but before the reading vns finished
the morning hour expiree., and the confis
cation bill was taken up. .; ' , . .. j ; ,'"
cucaL e.m.rt . ,
V. me. and place, to form a Coiiniv
.. Club. We earnestly solicit the
ia-r rraers o. this matter, be
; i0 QU be greatly to our interest
V!, lbe of the Nebraska
i -et fr publication.
' T v c R- V, Hcc hes, Preset.
;ke thi rnicr5 ot this county will
t! Ilaller into consideration, and
rS!r, t1.1 . 'n(ier the present state cf
'-'4 Lih d l,mes 0;r prices of produce
,iti!-Vrice8, poods we must do
j - cr tv? wiil-be. utterly ruined.
T Sakcees. .
Hauler's Proclamnllon." , !
The Herald (ihe grrat sensation paper
of New York) publishes the following
under its telegraphic head: .'.
Washikcto, May 1G. '
. The Hunter" proclamation has present
en an unavoidable isspe which it is be
lieved will result in the breakmg up of
the' Cabinet. The President has ex
pressed not only dissatisfaction turin
dignation. r It. is ascertained that four
members of -.the Cabinet sustain the
course of Gen. Hunter, but oue at , least
of those enumerated is known to enter
tain different views. - .' :
. It is stated positively that Gen. Hun
ter will b; recaLled, and ike characteris
tic firmnes of the President will be. ex
hibited ia the manner in u'huh he will
meet the isiuo thus forced open him, and
that hs- will, whether, with or without the
support of the Cabinet,' . act substantially
wiihyhis" repeatedly -expressed -opinions
and intentions. .. V '.. .....
Senator Rice is extremely ill from a
severe hemorrage, and , fears are enter
tained of his recovery. '. '
Since the above was ia type, later pa
pers containing President Lincoln's Proc
lamation annulling Hunter's Proclama
tion, has been received. 7 We will publish
it next week. ' !
J"rom tho Leavenworth ConservatiTe, My 15. '
From the Loyai Indians. -
The illegal Order No.B. of Gen.
Sturgis has not prevented the organiza
tion of the First regiment.; That order
stated: "No Indian3 shall be mustered
into service in ihis District." and added :
'Thf Military Authorities are hereby
required and directed to arrest and brins;
to this Post any person or persons acting
in violation of ibis order." Y I .
Gen. Sturgis sent thpjonctic'n to CcL
Coffin by a special messengt;&: We give
below the Superintendent's ool reply : '
Leboy, CorrET Co., Kaw.,
April 2sVl6G2. :
ling. ben. o. u ziurgisz. ...
Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas:
. Dear Sir: A special messenger ar-i
rived here last night, from Fort Leaven
wonh, with Order No! S, - and contents
noted. ' '',;."'. Y1
I would most respectfully inform you
that I am acting under the control and
direction of the Interior and not of the
War Department. I have been endeavor
ing to the best of my humble ability to
carry out the instructions and wishes' of
that Depaitment -all of which . will, I
hope, meet with your approbation.'
. Your messenger reports himself "strap
ped ;" that no funds were given him to
pay his expenses; that he had to beg his
way down here; ' I have paid his bill here
and furnished him with five dollars to get
Very respectfully your
. YW. G. COFFIN,
' Sup. Indian Affairs. '
How the Brigadier received this reply
we are unable to state. , We only know
that the work of mustering in the Indians
progressed as it had dorre before Order
No. 8 was perpetrated. - i
The Indians are highly pleased with
their arms -and arel delighted with the
prospect of a speedy return to thefr own
couutry.- . On Monday, when Col. Coffin
left, there was a council between these
tribes and ihe Osages. There are from
300 to 500 Osages willing to take up arms
and go with the Expedition 1o the Indian
Territory. . Fall-Leaf "(Fremont's old
guide) is raising a company of Delaware?,
and part of them have already arrived at
Leroy . . I . ry-, .. . r.
Cols. Furnas and Wattles and Maj.
Ellithorpe have, labored,-with - untiring
energy inorganizting the first regiment,
and the .Indians have promptly seconded
all their efforts.. . ' .
Cols. Ritchie, Corwin and Maj. Wright
will leave for Leroy immediately, and put
the Second regiment on a fighting basis'.
Gen. Blunt is extending every pofsiule
facility for the early departure of this
expedition, and will send with it a .suffi
cient force of cavalry and artillery.
Dealu oT Cleveland.
The Leavenworth Conservative gives
the following account of the death of this
"Lieut.: Walker, of the Sixth, recently
made the acquaintance - of Cleveland for
the purpose of 'securing his arie.-t. He
learned his plans, companions and places
of rendezvous. Last Saturday, the 10th
inst., while he was with Cleveland in
Oasawatomie, he sent to his company for
a detachment of men.
-On Sunday morning Sergeant Morris
reached Osawatomie with tennien. As
soon as they had ascertained the where
abouts of Cleveland, they surrounded the
house. Morris knocked at the door and
asked if there was a man there by the
name of Cleveland. ' The redoubtable
Jayhawker answered the summons in
person. He" came to the door with a
navy revolver in each hand ; and , one
strapped about hii body. Y1' ui ' Y,
Moms. 1 nave come here to arrest
Cleveland. -ThatV iT thing that can't
be done by you or any other man. You
are too short-wasted.Y I have' done a
good mauyTlhingsIn rayTIfe, but I fear
no man or set of trien. - '
have come here to'( take your
bodyrdead or alive, and I aragoing'todo
C.--IVe killed many a man and will
do it again if vou attempt to drive me.
M-pr Probably you've done a great many
things moro than I have, but you can'.t
scare me. I am going to take yon.Y :
C How(many men have you got 1 .
. M. -I have ten. Y i -
C I can . raise more than .that at a
moment's warning. " :
M.'-You needn't "talk about raising
men for. I'm going to hard youdead cr
alive. .) 1 - , . ' 'Y ;Y " 7 7;:
C I don't like to go wiih soldiers.--Get
a Lieutenant and I'll go with vou. r
Lieut.!Walker wds:ier:i for unci cariic
down; he wa3 unarmed: ; Y .
C I will go with you, Lieutenantif
you will go round by friend of mine.'"' -
LieuL Walker'consented and mounted
his horse. ;. Cleveland also' mounted;
horse,: put spars to him and brok away.
The soldier were soon on their horses
and In close pursuit of the flying fugitive.
Cleveland dismounted at the Pottawato
mie, a Lronch "of the! Marias ties Cy?nes.
and about a mile from town. He turned,
fired several shots' Out of a revolv er,
threw that and his watch into the stream
and sprang down into the steep bsnk.
As the soldiers begahjo close in on him
he fired shot after shot from the two re
maining revolvers, but with such desper
ation and madness that pone of them took
effect. . . . ..
As he was raising his hand the last time
to fire, a private, named Johnson pierced
him wiih a Minnie tall, which, entering
his person under ihe left shoulder, tore
through his ! heart and nearly perforated
his bodyi The arm dropped, the tall form
fell, and almost instantly 1'ffe was extinct.
The soldiers: then carried the lifeless
form to Osawatomie, and xleltverrd it to
the citizen?, who have since given Cleve
land a, burial. - '" ."' ' : ' '
- . MVnn J,"" i-
J i.'.A ',.UA... Vssw. Ui.
Teirty;two important battles have been
fought, in all of-which,-except eightlhat
occurred soon afterthe commencement of
hostilities, the Union arms were victori
ous. - Our losses previous to the battle of
Shiloh, or Pittsburg Landing, were in
killed, 2.490 ;',wounded. 4.1CG ; prisoner.,
1,440; while the rebel loss has been in
killed and wounded, 12,429 ; prisoners,
23,707. There has been during the year
innumerable skirmishes, and the. follow
ing important battles: - .
April 12,13, 1SG1,' 1 Fort Sumpier.SC
June 10,, - ; 2 Big Bethel, Va. , .
July 5, - ' 3 Carthage, Mo.
July 12,' . ' 4 RichMountainTVa
July 13, & Carricksford, Va.
July 21, G Bull Run, Va. ":
August 10r 7 Springfield, Mo.
September 20, 8 Lexington, Mo.
October 9, 9 Santa Rosa, Fla.
October 21, 10 Ball's Bluff, Va.
October 21, 11 Frederhtown. Mo
November 7, . 12 Pl Royal, S. C. ;
November.8. 13 'Biilmout, Mo. ...
December 20.Y.' r- 14 Draine'svilleY Va.
January 19. 166'2j'15 Mill Spring, Ky.
February 6, , .16 Fu Henry, Tpnn.
February 7. 8, "' 17 Roanoke, Va.
February 13, 16, 18 Ft. Donelson.Ten
February24, ' 19 Valverde. 'N. M.
March 6, 8, .-., 20 . Pea Jlidge, Ark.
March 8, 9, Y . ; , 21 -Hampton Roads. ;
March 15,. :82- Newbern; N. C.
March 23, ' ' ' 23 Winchester, Va.
April 6, 7, 24 Pittsburg Landing
April 7, 25 Sur. Island No 10
April 11, ...... 26 Sur. Ft. Puiaski.
April 28, 27 Sur. New Orleans
April 25, . 28 Sur. Ft. Macon.
May 3, , 29 Evacu. Yorktown.
May 5, ' 30 Williamsburg. Y
ilay 9, . 32 Sur. Norfolk. -
GEORGIA SUGAR CANE.
Ihav for ale a few pound of tbe Whit Georgia
Su?ar Cane Seed. , , ...
One pouud of it will be stvea to each new Farmer
subscriber, or old one wbo Is not in arrears, aod hi n jt
received five ppcrK or Ki'.wer or Garden See-l. .
, JR. W. rUBJNT A3. Browuville. ;
r To Coasuraptives. 1 rl 2 '
THE ADVERTISES. .KATING 5 BEEN RESTOEED
to health in a few week ty a very simple remedy, ar
ter having snfforcd several .years with a revere lung
affection, and that Ured tli.'e.se, Cotuumpiiou is anx
ious to make known to Li fellow-sufferers tbe mean
of eure.' ' ;' : ' - ' " '" : -'' ' '
To all who desire It, he will send a copy of tho pre
scription used (free of harjf),'with the directions for
preparing and using the fame, which they will find a
scbk CUR.r ror Co$t'MpTIoc Asthma', Buoxc'iht
li, 4.C The only object ot the advertiser in sending the
Piecriptlon is to benefit the afflicted, and vpread infor
mation which he conceive tj be invaluable, and be
hopes every sufferer vlll try hi remedy, as it will cost
them nothing and may prove a blessing. . , ' .
Parties wishing tne prescrlptlan will please address
Kev. EDKAItD A. WILSON', Wiliiambburg, ,'
E6-3m.- Kin3 Connty, Xew-Tork.
A. CAltU TO YUUNt; LAUlta AND
The lubscriber will send T free nf r tin ron t i!
whodesire it. the Rccido and d irpntifin fur mulinoi
a simple Veyctalle Balm, that will, in from Iwo to
eigni aiiy?,reinove riMPtE?, UU)TCnES, I AV, l' RECK
lks. Sallow Kss. amd a!I
' J - r VJU VUg HVOO
of the Skin, leaving the same as Nature interded
it shoud be nft,clettr, month and beautiful. Those
deMring tho Ilecipe, with full instructions, directions
and advice, will pious call on or address (with re
turn P""'ge, J
TUOri, F. CHAPMAN. Tractical Chctclst.
831. LL-oad way, New York.
Maj 22, 1S52. nt3-2m. .
TIILV CONFESSIONS An EXPE11I-
. L'XCE OF, A SUFFEIIEIC.
Published as a warning, and for the especial bene
fit rf Young Men and those who suffer with Nervous
Debility, Loss of ileinory, Premature Decvy.Ao ., Ac ,
by one of those who has cured himself by simple
tuenns, after beirt put to great expense and incon
venience, through the use of worthless msdici&os
prescribed by learned Doctors. . 5-v ; 1
Sinslo copies my be hnd 6f the author, C. A.
LAJ1 UEP.T, Esq- Greenpoint. Long I-dand.by enclos
ing a post-pfud nddresed envelope. , Ad-lres
A. LAMBEP.T, Escr., Urecflpoint. Lohg
IslHnd.NY.-- ' -
Slay 22, S31a niC-2m. . I'Z L-i.fi
-A NNOUN CE31 ENT OF::
PAHSON BP.0VVHL0W!S BOOK.
The Subscribers are now publishing a narrative of the
Perils, Adventures and SulTerins
REV. W. G. BR0WNL0VV,
Among tbo Secessionists of Tennessee.
The If anucript Is c ruplne I, and Is now in pre? snd
vill be issued about the It or June. Tbe appearance
and typography of tbo work will be of tbe ttrt el.
nan win up ruijy an i namj.omejy luusirceo wnu
Sketches of the scenes referred t, and a finely e. graved
STEEIi PORTBAIT OP THE AUTHOH.
As tn'lt contents we hive no hesitation in raying that
tlie public will be startled at this narrative of tact. It
will ly Lure tbe pe'i-ecut Ions and cruelty which marked
tbe devcii peuietu of ibe secerbioncun-piracy in Temiet-
sce,-tbe dossiers and the rum with which it deva.ta-
ledcotnuiumtie ODce properu. and suudered fami
lies onto happy ; tnre than all, It wiii expos j tbe bad
and reck!e ambition abd tbe relentiesne and blood
tliirstiueos by wticlt tbe ringie-i'ler or the cunspiiacy
were fcttmuutcii to lueir worst or crime and treason.
The i:.irrative is one of personal experience. The
an: b.T vouches for tbe a'cuiacy or its stateoients. The
public may therefore accept it as ii t ooly a reliable bet
a peculiar chapter in the vene:! Mt.ry of tbe times,
auiJ"e are cotiBdent that no nii re sinitlcatit, btartlinc,
or instructive memorial or the rebellion, in it minute
personal and iccial bearing. Is now arcesibie.
' Tbe public are weil aware tbat Air. bbownlow is A
bold i-peaking man. In this narrative ot lm adrreriiiK.
conipobed mostlT while in custody iu the Jill at Kuox
ville, be has uttered Lis thoophtg in language of extra
ordinary force and leariessncoi, tcatbiog hi adversa
ries even white In iheir power, and appealing to bis
countrymen even from his cell, with tie urgency of a
martyr. ' .. . .'
it vsill be published in i volum, Mmo., katii
tonitly bound in ciotlt, of about 4uj pages. Piinied
t ii tt'ie paer, and will be braunrully ihui rated with
12 or 15 fine foil pase eiicraviiig Lcideh the Portrait
reterted to above. It will i touiaiii a fac-siiuile of
tte Parson'b lanious letter to P. Benjamin, w here be
teli ibe rebel Secretary ot War (bat he "will do for
tbe Southern CiteUeracy what the devil never did, vli.
Jeave the btatc." - .-
TIIE It ETA I L FKICE WILL EE $1,35.
. G. W. CHILDS, PUBLISHER.
C28 4. 63 1 Chestnut St., PiUlc!pUia. .
APPLEGATE & CoT Publishers, for
the Entire, West.
. ; l .- fin': 43 Main Slreei. Cinrlnnati.
To whom a-l Western orders must be addressed.
i Mr. Bioniow request the Western paper to pub
lish tac following cjatijn, that the public may not be
imposed upon . .' ' ', . . -
i " AfClaer & Co.. of Indianapolit, have brousfit out a
nlat tiathy book, in cheap form, purporting to be my
Lite, Speche and Address. eonnectef with my
troubles among Ihe Secersli.nists. Thi ia BOOVS tro
duciion, 'doii'g me sre-t irjut:ce, and ly no means
reporting me correctly, ei her as to my history or
sptcclic ince 2 Korth. 1 am now preparing a
genuine N ok f tbe kind, and will bive it out in a few
days. TmbihtH ,y Geo' W. -Cbild. .f PtiUadelptd.
Appeate UVo:. of Cincinnati, arc toe publUhe. for
IbeWfst. I caution the public a?aln.,t tbe bonus con
cern, as I t-hall at cnce commence Icxal proceedings
aiiinst all concerned is vending it ss well as the pub
lher. "- - ' " W, G. ECOtt-XLOW.
Philadeepkia, Mat S, ISttt. ; .
NOTI! E TO TAX IYEIIS.
TbeB-rdor Kqnirinti m for Ibe City of BrownvIUe
will meet on Weilie?d.-y e.cning. the third djy or June,
lor tbe pnrtMn-e f nui.izin '''e corpratio taxes for
tbe Ctty or Brownvinc Tb-e reeling iht"inel aiievel
are notified to appear and lv th.ir c -iiiyuintk before
the Bnard. - - . '.X.. i . " J-U.ilOKKiSoR, Kecvrder.
At; 2i, ISC2. n4C-2w pr tee l 6j .
. , , XXAil A GHAPE VINES.
To year uW. $00 pec htndred ; $150 per taooMnd
One yeandd, $10 per iurlred; ttiO per thousand..
Alv a iarpe w-sortmcnt wf Jiurery stock, at price to
I. 'CaI kU'i traveling Agents-wanted to sell tree from
car Nuvnetes. " " '" - . -
VTbo eaie aud Descrtptire Catlozoe famished, to
all sppUvaats. A-ldres t. MOODr &. SOX. ..
81-sf Jiiagara Jfurseries, Lociport, It. T.
1? R'O. S PECTUS j
or THE ' j
... r .. . , r m
There are period, m ihe world' AUUiry marked by
extraordinary and vioieut crises sud'leu as iLe break
ing forib of a Volcano, or the bursting of a trm ou tne
ocean.' These crises sweep away ia a moment the land
mark t-f generations. They cull out fre-n taient, aud
givetotLe eld a new direction it is then that aw
ideas are born, new theories developed. Such peri. -is
UemaMtl lre.-ta expnceuis, and aew men for expauders.
This Coniineiit bas lately been convulsed by an up
heaving so sudden and terrible that tbe relation of mil
tueu aud all ciasestow trd each oiber are violently dia
turbed, aud people loo it absut for tbe eleiueuta with
wbich to swy ice storm and direct the whiilvrlud.
Just at present, we do not know what all this 1 to
brins lorlh but we do tiiow that great results MTST
Cow from sucn extraordinary commotions ' '
At a. jum-ture so solemn ant! so important, there Is a
special teed ttst the jnteliectuirrorcoof Ujecoaetry
sboBld he Kctive and effljient. It is a time for reat
minds to speak their thoughts boldly, and to take posi
tion a the advance 'guard. To tbi end. there i a
pecil wan: unapplied. It is thst of aa Independent
Magazine, which iLaii be open to the Srst intellects vf
tbe land, and wbicn shall treat the is.ues presented,
and to !e pieseuied to the oouutry. In a tone no wy
tempered by part.'sausb'.p. r influenced by fear, favor,
or the hope of reward; which shall seize and grapple
with tbe m jnteuiou ubjccts that the present disturoel
state of atfdir heave to the sarfacc, and wlcu can ml
be laid aside or i eglected.
To meet this waul, tbe undersigned have commenced,
under tbe editorial charge of Charles Goutret JLE
Laku, the publication of a new ilaaiine, devoted to
Literature and Nstional Policy '
In Politic, it will advocate, with all the force at Its
command, measures best adapted to preserve the one.
ces aud inteiityof these Uuitei State. It will never
yield to the idea of any disruption of this Kepabitc,
peaceably or otherwise J and U wiisdiscnsa with honesty
and impartiality what iaa. be done to save It. Ia this
department, some of the mo. euUDeut statesmen f
the time w;il coninbute to its pases.
In Literature, it will bo sustsicedby the Vest writers
and abiebt thinker of this country. .:. t 5
Among it attractions will be presented, in anoarly.
number, a New Seteal of American Life, by Ulcbard a.
Kimball, Esq., the very Popular author cf Toe Rove
latious of Wall street," 'St. Iger," A seriej vf
papers by Ilou. lijrace Greeley, eu3blylng thedistia
gabtied auUjor's observations on the arowtu aud de
velopment of the Great West. A series of articie by
the author of "Through the Cttofl States. containing
the resuit of aa extended tottr in the sesbojrd fiiave
States, just prior tu tbe breaking oat of the war, and
presenting a startling and truthi'ul picture of the real
cotidiiion of that region. No pains will be rpared to
render the literary attractions or the Contixentax.
both brilliant and substantial. The lyrical or descrip
tive talent of the most eminent literati have beoa
promUed to Itspagosi and nothing will be admitted
which wiil rot be disiiiguished by marked energy, orig
lnality, and solid btrcugth. Avoiiiug every iuiluonce
or association partukiug of clique or coterie, it will be
open to all contributions of real merit, even from wri
ters differing materially In their vsews; the only limi
tation required beinj that of devotion to the Unloi,
the and only standard or acceptance, that of iutriusic
excellence. , ,,. . .. , ,
The K'Jiiorlal Department, wiil embrace, la addition
to vigorous aud ferless comments on the events of the
times, genial gossip with the reader ou all curreut top
ics, aud also devote abundant space to the racy speci
men of American wit and fanm r, without wbich there
can be no pcrrcct cxpobiUon or our national character.
A motif tho4 who wiii coctrioute regularly to this ue
paitmeut may be mentioued the uame of Charles f.
Browne (-'Arteuius Ward") front whom we nave prom
ised an entirely new mud oiistua. serie of Sketches of
Western Life. ; : -
Tbe Continental will be liberal and progressive.
without yielding to chimeras and hopes beyond tho
gnfrpof tho age j and ii will endeavor to reflect be
teeiiugiand iuiereatscf tbe Amtncan peopio, ant to
illusti ate both their teriou and humorous peculiari
ties. In short; no pain wli! be spared to make the
iteprescciauve magazine oi tne ume. .. i,
,w TERMS: "; .. .
13 per year, in advance (postage paid by lie Publish.
era,-) two copie for $5; three copies for $6, (postage
unpaid); eleven copies ror $20, (postage unpaid ) SinxiC
number can be procured of any Mews dealer lu the
United States Tue Knickerbocker and. Continental
Monthly furnished for one year at $. - - . . . "
Arpreclating the importanco of Jiteratcre to the sot
dier on duty, the publisher will send the Conitnerifaf
gratis, to any regiment Inactive service, bu apylioa
tiou beit.g made by its Colonel or Captain ; he will
receive aub-criDtiuns from those aa.ii ioc to uruifh it
to soldiers iu the- rank at half the ' regular price i but
In such case U must be malcd from the office of pub:)
J. It. G1LMORE. l'.OTremont St., Boston.
Chas. O.- Kvass, at P. PutuamV, 532 Broajwiy,
New yoik, is authorized to receive Subset Iptlon ia that
uty. r- ):i
-A ? r'M'f
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For Sale at Bargains.
Two 1 Shuttle Empire Sewiug Machines. M .
Tone Franklin Family Sewing Ma:hiue. '-'j ' ?
Two Horace Waters' $75 Metodton. ' ,
Two Krech's Conical Washing Machioes.
One No. 1 P. YT. Gate & Co.' Sugar Cane ill Us
Evaporators. - - '
Apply at the Advtrliser and Farmer Ct3ce, Brow r
till, Nebraska."' ' .
March 13th 186 J. ' i a36-
FLUSHING. N. Y.
Tht celebrated Nurseries Etsblished, 1732. - All
kinds or Tree, Pliut, Small Fruits, Grapes, Bulbs,
Green-ITouse Plants, Stock. Scb-u. Seed etc., etc.,
at verj loin rates, to suit the times. Priced Catalogues
March 13th, 1862. ' . (n3S tfj
1 Seeds Prepaid by Llail. V
25 Prettiest Annuals tn Cultivation, : - - $1 00
25 Choice Vegetable Seeds ror the Garden, - t 00
boib to Clubs of Five for $3; To Clubs of Ten for $16;
To Club of Twenty ror $25.
The NKW JAPAN MI LI ET, with Immense leads,
six to ten inchea long '25 cents per largo paper; Kive
for $1. I received Genuine Seeds of this new nu valu
ablo Millet direct from Japan, bv the Niagara, lat May,
and can confidently recommend it as tbe best Millet in
cultivation. B. M. WATSOV.
nB3 if . Old Colony Nurseries, Plymouth, Mill.
Okra or Gumbo Seed.
The best substitute for Coffee prepared In the same
manner as Coffee. Packages of seed by mail at 10 ct.
each. Each package contains seed enough to rai.e a
sppply for an ordinary family, 1 ' t
ir a t $r t is
Seif! ortlors tj
Caoccnt City, Iowa.
v Flower Seds.: ; :
Choice varieties, and of very superior quality, SO pa
per of which il be sent (post paid) by mail, to any
address, for one dollar
II. A. TSUXtT, Crescent Cl'y.trtw.
March 13th, 1S62 uC6-2m
WHO SELLS THE CHEAPEST GOODS
m brownville ? ; ;
. SiLLS TUB CHEAPEST GO0CS IN MARKET.
WHEHB 13 IT THAT TOU rmCQASB T 11038 FAX
; - ' .CT PJtlNTS? .!,
i ! . I
AT DEN'S. , ;
wnEns do to cur Toua cheap mcslins?
D E N
SELLS TTJK CTIEAPEST BOOT3 AND SH0E3 IX
THE VEST. Ali0 TIIK FINEST UAM
E.EEP3 ON HAND.
,D E N:' S-.:
IS THE PLCS TO TRADB HE TAKES TOTTTTPRO.
VVCA. AJSD PAYS THK 1U;UEC PEIC.
FOH HIUE3 PELTS AND FURS.
DON'T FOIIGET THAT
D E N
Sells the E EST and 'CHEAPEST
LIQUOR S .
In fact DEIT sella Everything that
t is Useful, Cheap arv3 Goc. - :.
. -a, ea
U3 tJ..:u.:- u tJ t ::
JOHN A. POKN
Is noT rcirin- an3 epeciaj oni Va S;r:n;
Stock of Goods, tvijl t-f
Dry Good 3,
IIat3 and Caps.
- Ejota and Shoe",
: Iron and raila,
r , Flour end Bacon,
. . Furnituro, ...
Sash and Door.,
! Window G!as3,
' etc., ci;., etc.
THilcli I will saU cleap for
Call anJ ci amino 0:7 stock fccforo purcbasinj
elsewhere. -. .
JJrownville. April 2J,lSo2, n42-6ci
; SVEET POTATO SPROUTS.
THE YELLOW IIANSE1I01ID,
V ' -. '-'J ! r
i ..1 c. a Ly i-i -V. .
'. Is the cn!y Variety cf .,
: ; SWEET POTATO,
That has given entire satisfaction ia the XoHhwest
At the proper reason I win have Sweet Potato Snronts
of ineNanhewoHd variety, by the I0( , 1,000 or 1,000,000
Orders from a distance will be promptly attended to.
, Send in jour orders early. . First come, flr-t served.
.. : ,. . .. ... R. W. Ft-RN'AS,
: ' . . Brownville, Xebra.-ka. :
Currants, Gooselerries, Blackberries,;
&c; &c.t &c.
Of which we have a laM st.-cK, and we effer thra very
low for theFall TradclSBl, and would solicit ttCuraer?.
of thoe wiubvim to purchase.- -
Enclose stamp, anil seud for Catalotme and Price list.
... EilSIGN & FORD,
r5n33-Fv2r3 Onio Nurseries. Toledo, O.
Early Sugar Cane Seed.
Seed of the Early lmphee, ptit np In h.ir pound psck
aires an I rent by mail (o-jst-paid ) for 35 eta. This va
riety lStl days earlier itun tiie Sorghum.
Address, II. A. TERRY, Oescent City. Icwa.
March 13th, 1862. . o33-2m
Evergreens for the Prairies.'
An immcnte stock or yonng Evergreens, Deciduous
Ornamental Trees,' Houghton Gootberfies, &c, not ex
celled in the Country, are effered by. 1L0 dwten, bun-drCd,-tbousai-d,
or ten tbou.-an6. cheaper than kuch
plants can be bouphf elsewhere. Packing tare and neat
without ex tin char; a. Sampie iUui sent ly express
at trifling coh. . .
Th'e wishing to purchase should send for our vThole
saie Catalogue with directions for the ciaoagomeut of
Address . S. T. KELSET St CO.
Great Valley Xursertes, Great Valley, I? . T.
: ;; GLEAEO:i'3' .
An tle;anrt Moral, and Refined Miscellaneous
i amuy journal,
Di voted to Polite Literaturei Wit and Ilniriir, Prose
and Poetic Goais. In politics, and on all sectarian quoj
lions, it is ntutral, aud therefore etaphaticaliy
A FOK THE 1HLLIOJT,
ARO A WELIOME risiTOa Tf THE nojfc CiaCLE.
It contains tie f jreirn snd domestic news of the da' ,
so coude-ni-ed as to pieeat the greatest possible amount
of intelligence, -
THIS 3IAM3IOTII WEEKLY
U printel on fl in white paper, with new and beautiful
type, contains tiueen itmidieu rqu.tre incos, and Is a
large weekiy p per of aix'cen octavo p?9'
An uiu ivalied c rp of contributors are nnder rezalar
engagements, and every depirtmeuc Is placet on the
niot hiiirbed and perfect system that experience can
cevUc. Each number will be beautifully lUustrated.
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8 mbrciibeis. one year, . ; . . . 12 00
And nc gra' l to tie fteUcr-np of a club ol 8 , ,
Arter acUii ot S hanbeen aent, the (cetier-cj will
have a rifiht to add. at any time, rne or more subscri
bers, to begin with hi club at $1 60 each-
Specimen Copie will be seat to any one that -wishes
to form atluU, or see the pjpar before s jbsc ibing.
Sinclo Copies, 4 Cents.
: For sale at all the priucipai Periodical Depots In the
United States and Canada.
PubUbel rvery Saturday, at the corner of Treraont
and Uromnell Stiects, Boston, Mass.; by
Y. CLE A SO X.
MAN uFAGT u?tDTG ' C0UPAI7Y.
f- X. i -----
', 17 " -wy-' ;; . . , . .. ..j'
ro VOU WANT
STEAtf-EXGISES OU BOHEUS
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PATENT SrGAR CAXR MTLU.
- ' PaTiCXT STKM COIL KVAPOHATOR3,
PATBXT PlltB KVAPORATORS,
PATENT STAMP MILLS,
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SEND F0H CinCULAHS,
With Cuts, andDescriptiaiu.Prlces, etc., et.
f! AW MILLS. FLOmiXO SfTLU - ..
AXa.tfACClfcUY OP ALL DLSCUlPriON.
riTSEND FOR CIRCULARS.
P. T. GATES, President.
JT. B.A;ents wanted everywhere. Cbicago
II. W. Ft' It a AS, AG!-: XT,
Of whom Circulars and detailed Information can be
Atarch 20, 15S2. u3T-ljl ...
NOTICE TO PaiuE3IPTOUS. -
T. Jacob Gtarinj, Wiirara A. Catal'-1 CiJeon
Johnston. Eltner lir.iVM, Ja W. I)!T7y, Jamc
J2cAv.,v. AJired Ovci..:b. w.Smiih. li-race
m.tu.Jo ,,stsv rd M:.i:un lic.K. y u are
f-Try ncdifrt tu apjar j.i thj tar.a UZ; , at
Brownvil!, . T., within thirty yi in ra tUte
of tb'F polica, ta make aJJiliorwil prwf in- relnfiwn
tn ji ar I'r;Ej;,ptii ti ('Ui;uf in aecorddm-o with in-tini.-tif;n
from the CommLioner cf the General
Laa4 0S-v-ut Washington.
' - KlCilAUU F; CARHET.neterV '
r7 T? "A 7 H 7 TT '7 n ?
IT to, CO ro 7Z1
CITY DRUG STORE,
P. 0. BUJIDIXCS,.
JOHN H. LIAUir.-
W1U ten yoa aotbisj wU.'lteU aot iv,Zi. it a
Troa til leet rr-.lt-::s UtH Srcila, fce U
ta will f.T9 saUj.'iction t alt wbj cay c;i at I'a
He cat new en hsvA, and t eoistset!y ttcoirlzt a
larje inp?iy of all articles wsaU kept la a
Erowttville, MarSh, 13S3. v-cUt '
CHEAP TLOhii .
Tor the Array aatl CitUcaa
" OF . " . ,
lit Q-slity cf Flour $2.20. 2nd Qisllty tt.T3.
Tot castcta tria4 ta? cnoilt.J pr Sel. '
.. . , . A L S O ; r '
Flotir excnas-od for Thet, both tt the VM snd ti
my store in Urowaviile. :.
Flour, Meal . Soorta and Bran forsilB at tte XI If sad
at the principle storos in Krowivl!e.
.AlLLVl Si COAT ,
."aacary 21, 1SC2.
:' OiSces'for Kent.'
The old City Drn Store, sn- nrTt P"t of t!C!'r
Druj Store, now occupied by Jadj waeier, ure tor
rent. Apply to JOUX II. ACS er :
STAR CRACICL'II HXXVFACtOllY,
ST. JOSEPH, LIO.
Invites the att;n i d cf HercLanU, Orocert.IIj
tel Keepers, Uancauep, ini T.-ivXlors to tiie ii;neJ
to bis cxtenslTo -
. . -
He Ii prep?cl to foreJih . ,
SODA, BOSTON, BUTTER.
SUGARD AND PIC NIC CRACKERS'
AND PILOT BREAD,
At ne!e3ala of HeUi, ad3 at tri-s at si caa
beha.ian.Twfcer-. UZSY H'CIVITX. -
April 17, l8U-n4l-3a
Notice to Creditors
All persons knowir Ceoisclves indebted to Dr. A. 3
Tloliaday. by not or book account, will do well to call
r.n me and luttie the same before the lh dr ot J.'jy
next, aa 1 will after that dateoi!cf ell of his CsM ky
pn.s or Law. . A. SCnOKXSriT, Attorney.
Brownville, If. T., May 1st, B63. eJ-f
Estray- Notice Takea Vp. t
Taken op by the subscriber, rc!dimt six miles wists'
ofmabaCity, on or about the first or Jan?, I!4I,
small iron-cray horse-pooy, aboct era yero. 1,
branded "P" In the left kbouider t s-auod by J?ron
ILx.ver and W. W. Keeling, on the 8Jth day of Marci. '
1S6I, at $36 .services of tb horse to pnj fry? ke'. ir.j.
If tbe hore is not called lor and property trovtn,
or before tte flah day of Jane, 1S5J, w wll t ty zm '
so kl to the Lisost bidder for ah. a: ray r: Ijoa.
, . - vra. r.rmwAisx'
April 3, 132. 33-l0w t5 TfT fee
..One More Notice. '
All persons InJ'.bted t mo, ei:her cninHyf
Account are hereby notileil that they mui py np oa cr T
before ifay 1st, lbo3, or nevensity wilt couie: ire to
resrtto is.l precis 1 order w CSAt. It Is hr?4
tbi notice will prove snncleot. V. SilGi.
Alarrh r.iu. Uu2. (r iJ-tf.) '
Hats, Boots and Shoes.
1 have Jnst received a Xe Sar piy uf Hits, &ota aM
Shoes, which 1 wul eil ctieatfer tx tiey wsre evsr
r.trjred here before. Call ;u4 sea a.
BrowuviUo. April 10,
Shingles ! Shinle ! !
1 would repfc;.fuly Inform tbe ci:!;t'L.so? Jexshs
(tinty, thai i as!l tulei-r to kej lUi Oiar'ij'. sa
piiea wiih gj'ii Cottonwool Shicgies. wn;t.U I will sett
f.,rcash; or iznd ia eiciarju Ca'.tls, Ii. t', w heat or
Co-.i. ... -- a. i i;ar.ai.T.
-.Currants ! -Currants" !
I hale ieft wuh R. W. Fjrua. B "ownvi'.le. a Ht,
Red acd Patch Currant fur at $1 p? d.-T.n ea.a.
ilaxci SC, ISii. t3.5-U 3. O. TIIv-aTSOK.
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