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Jtrt,COK & CO.
?S DEALERS IN
I Vrr'ic"' Material "of all Kinds
& KewTork. and Erown.Iru
rllrr and Advertiser.
" iv FrraKAS.oi the 1st Ueg-i-
! IcJl'tn .Home Guards,, for the cV
4:;cfUlhe Indian Territory; is cow on
if risit to his family iu .this city,
... . c 1.
expediuoa siaris cjouwi.
ree yea" or during the tvar."--
' . . , V- - -w n A V.r 'fVtrf
jree roade up from ' the nine
re;. - t j
,v. Hiaa'terntory last fall because
their loyalty and adherapce . to the
k. (Ti Government.- -Thxy .were. not
est to taVe even a neutral position as
' t. -r,,nanpA in that' coutitrv did.
ttEO jcu'"" V r
means of self
:,,nt!t arms or the
'ecse, they were expelled from; their
-'-ry. Or Government, being bound
T Trcity stipulations to protect the per
and fropertyof all the tribes in the
b;jn terrifbryj'is "now taking steps to
'j list country of rebels, either whites
fciians.tnd. to reinstate the loyal In
,ts m their lands. .It is not the design
eitker ihe Department of "War or-In-,n,rta
e the ; Regiments of Indians
a raised in anyblber manner limn as
jase Guards to defend, tbair own coun
'.rjfcrjra rebel inVasiori.. The? will be es-'-d
intone Indian ierritory by a suffi
:;ent force of white soldiers cavalry, in
::iry ted artilleryand vhen there.
Irscd and equipped as other U. S. -so!-,'ers
and remain in the service during
lewr.forthe purpose above mentioned,
"e hope .this -explanation will prove sat
f factory "Jo those who are afraid "our
riends" will get hurt during this rebel
j ) - r . :
- war news:
Grn. Pope's Adrance the First to Occnpr
. the Eucroy' WorksIIttrtct Souih
ward. - 1
i AsrrRrcA!?0 AgaicuLTuntsT. Jn vWs
i . -
?cr will be found the first instalment of
fCCDdensed hut very comprehensive series
reports upon the'amount and prospects
nhe growing crops. The reports for
lis month . embrace he results of the
refill observations of '973 men residing
r about 200 counties so widely distribut
its to present a'fair view of almost the
ire country, CfpesialJ the grent grain
-jJucmg States.. .The reports- for each
the acjtt four-months, when the crops
:-e all .in growth, or gathered, will be
;..jch more extended- The aim is, to
riiher enough of accurate etatistics to
:alle both" producers and-dealers, to
Idow ihatis the real siale, of the crops,
1 thu3be able to judge of the prospec
ire prices.9. . :.
! NotwidistaTiding A good many of the
"ruit buds of the. peach were killed, in
; etruary, enough remain to . give us a
-jA crop. In all favored localities the
,:rop is abundapt, and many of the trees
which it wis supposed ell ' the buds
(ere killed, escaped with enough to give
Itir crnn r,f fruir' '
Sergeant Pouock irrived here on Sat-
, by- the steamer Omaha.
wect f rem. the
f Corinth, having left a few
evacuation of the rebels.. This is his
(-st visit ht)me since -he enlisted a year
We are: sorry , to see him in ill-
-. Allen is now declared the Mem
; rc4 Congress elect from 4?Egypt," the
3r corner of Illinois, which gave in
'2l,3Sl votes for Logan (Din.) to
,5.433 for Lineg-ar (Re'pub.) Allen is
. -4 to be a Peace Democrat" that is,
j the alland ingham and Saulsbury type.
r ; . :
istsict CocnT dosed its Spring Ses
i '"n m fdnesday last.- More business
indisposed qf durip'g this "session than
;Iat"y one preceding it. . Our citizens
!ereall pleased with the gentlemanly
o impartial, decisions, .ahd legal
;y ma"mfes:ed by'Judge Streeter.
"e'have receired the June number of
: tha n. ,
emitted in the May
"isaj-uftry. popular magazine.
-trebpr . . : i .v. .1-
.io vouijivuea in mis
.'H.".Miksn. the "Master,
establishing a'PeriodkaJ Depot at
-n out an extensive OJooc 5tore.
.8 nt. a -w . a r : . .i -
j ojghjaXewJayt duricg -thefore-Aeeek,'.'
He' reports -the Ne-
ys in h's'cocjpaoy all well.
1 thought Congress viil cot adrn
Dispatches' from Gen. Hailed:
are e fir tf Auusz.
8 State Coaventioa of Missouri u
nr starts to-day for Colo
Keau Cohi5tjbV TIy 30.
General Pope's advance guard, the 39ih
Ohio Regiment, occupied Corinth at 40
nu'nute8 past G o'clock thii morning, and
hoisted the United States flag on the
Court House. The enemy evacuated last
niht, retreating down the Mobile and
Ohio railroad. The telegrr'v line is
occupied with military business now, but
the. evacuation will be forwarded as toon
Was3I5c-05, May 30.
The foil owing: were received from
Corinth, May 30;
To E. M. Stanton. Secretary of Wart
Gen. Pope s heavy batteries opened
upon' the enemies entrenchments yester
day about 10 o'clock a. M.,and soon drove
the rebels from their advanced batteries.
Major-General W. T. Sherman estah
lished another bait- ry yesterday afternoon
within one thousand yards of their works,
and skirmishing parties advanced.
At daybreak this morning. Three of
our divisions are already in the enemy's
advanced works, about three-quarters of
a mile from Corinth, which is in names
H. W. Halleck, Maj. Gen.
i. Near Corintii, May 30.
Our.advance guards are in Corinth.
Accounts are conflicting as to the enemy's
movements, and he is believed to be in
strong force on our left fianlc, some four
or five miles south of Corinth, near the
Mobile and Ohio railroad.
; i ' 11. W. Halleck, Maj. Gen. '
. . Halleck's Headquarters, j
. - . May 30th, IS62.
Uuring nearly all last night the moving
of cars and suppressed whistles sounding
betokened some movement going on, but
not being an unusual occurrence, was not
considered of an extraordinary nature.
About 5.o clock this morning several ex
plosions wa3 heard. Immediately skir
mishers were thrown out, and a general
advance commenced. A large amount of
railroad iron, untouched, there ' being
seme, twelve or fifteen tracks radiating
from the depot to the entrenchments with
side tracks and switches, enabling them to
troops with great rapidity. From all. the
information gleaned from prisoners, it is
thought the evacuation .commenced at
sundown last night, the etferay retreating
in three directions cast, west and south.
Beauregard stated, to the citizens last
night thavLe intended evacuating, and to
throw.himself on both of our flanks. At
this hour Corinth is held by our forces,
-and . the cavalry are searching for ihe
enemy. That sent out by Gen. Pope
came upon and dispersed the enemy 8
miles below Corinth on the Mobile and
Ohio' railroad, in the act of burning a
bridge, capturing 40 prisoners.
The enemy's rear guard destroyed the
depot, a few bales of cotton and a church,
and intended destroying the entire village
bur' the citizens saved some fifty houses.
They also broke open stores and burned
A large cavalry force, under Col. EI-
liotti was sent out Wednesday morning,
by a circuitout route, to destroy a bridge
on. the Mobile and Ohio Railroad, south
of Corinth. .
We learn from prisoners that it- was
known in Corinth last night thai a large
bridge had been destroyed forty miles
south by a body of our cavalry, and that
Gen Vsope's 20-pounder Parrotts yester
day enfiladed their camps, killing 80 men
and 100 horses ; also that a 30-pouncer
Farrott shell thrown into Corinth by Gen.
Pope as an experiment, destroyed a loco
motive and killed the engineer.
It is thought among military men that
the destruction of the bridge south, the
uncomfortable proximity of our falling
shells, and the possibility of a Federal
success pn the Mississippi, were the caus
es of evacuation. The enemy's works
are certainly , of vry great strength, nnd
capable of a stout resistance. .
REPORTS FUOJI WASIII.GTOT
R1110RED CAPTURE OF RICHMOND.
FROM THE UPPER P0T0II AC.
A COMMAND FOR GEN. SiEGEL.
TEE FIRST BALLOON RECOJTKOIS-
. . SANCE Ol A BATTLE.
; New York, June 2.
The Times's Washir ton correspond-
pondence says Gen. McClellan's dispatch
touching the conflict of Saturday before
Richmond, was made public early this
morning, and created immense excitement
in tliis city. It is every where the subject
of animeted discussion, and has given
rise to a thousand rumors,, each .of which
has its -earnest advocates. One story is
that the gunboats have forced their way
Richmond, and command the city, while
our troops are rapidly entering.
Another is that we have possession cf
the first line of the enemy's works, and
are vigorously shelling the city, but at
this writing nothing is really known be
yond the official dispatch. The general
impression is that. Richmond has net y
fallen into our possession, but our pos
lion is strong and satisfactory, and thi
Commanding general in t: -public order.
The lieutenant reports the;Galena very
much cut up. by the enemy's shot. :. The
battery shs was engaged' with mouaed
thirty large guns. - A lot of shot are still
sticking in her belor.' the water line.
Indications are fast increasing that
General Sigel may be designated for the
command cf the troops in the Valley of
DuriDg ihe whole of the baiiie this
morning, Prof. Lowe's balloon was ever
looking the same, at an altitude of two
thousand feet. Telegraphic communica
tion from the balloon to General Mc
Clellan, and in direct communication with
the military, was successfully maintained
Mr. Park Spring, of Philadelphia, as
operator. Evero movement of the ene
my was obvious and instantly reported.
This is believed to be the first time p.
balloon reconnoissance has been success
fully made during a battle, and certainly
the first time a telegraphhas bren estab
lished in the open air to report the move
ment of an enemy, and the progress of a
battle. The advantage to General Mc
Clellan has been immense.
Such n act need net detain either House
an - hour, and it would b worth all the
wrangling about the responsibility cf this
or that party for robberies and defalca
tions from January to Decemper. ' Why
not have it passed ? A". r. Tribvnt.
' MORE OF THE BATTLE
McClellas's Headquarters, )
Two days of the battle - of Richmond
were fought, in both cf which we were
victorious. The loss on' both sides is
The attack commenced at one o'clock
on Saturday by Hills Division of five reb
el brigades, mostly from South Carolina,
Virginia and Georgia, attacking Casey's
Division near the turnpike leading over
Bottom's Bridge. This fight was disas
trous to us.
Casey's division was forced to retreat
before superior numbers, leaving all their
camp equipage and twelve batteries.
Col. Bailey, in endeavoring to save the
batteries, was killed. Some of the Penn
sylvania and New York troop3 behaved
very bidly. Many officers were killed
in attempting to ralley the men.
Gen. Heintzleman ordered up portions
of Kearney's and Hooker's division, and
the former . charged the rebels with the
bayonet, driving them like sheep, and
regained the lost ground, except half a
mile, when night closed operations.
General Sumner's division, composed
of Sedgwick's and Richardson's crossed
the Chickahominy onSaturday'afternoon,
taking position on General Heintzleman's
right., Here they encountered -Long-
street's and Huger's divisions, composed
of the flower of the rebel army. ..
Ihe fight was desperate, every inch of
ground be hotly contested. The rebels
stood fire, but in every instance fled be
fore the , bayonet. Sedwick's and Rich
ardson's divisions did nobly, driving the
rebels at every point.
WASHiircTOR', June 2. '
Information has been received at the
War Department to-night that General
Fremont has encountered and beaten,
near Strasburg, yesterday morning and
this morning, a part of Jackson's. army
which is in full retreat.
Advices from the army of the Potomac,
dated this afternoon, show no fighting to
day." Our 'advance is considerably in
front of the position occupied before Sat-
uarday s battle.
The House, by six majority, voted to
purchase one hundred copies of the An
nals of Congress, at three hundred and
fifty-five dollars apiece (total, thirty-five
thousand five hundred dollars), of Gales
&. Seaton. The appropriation is really
intended to prop the declining Intelligent
cer. uver a nundred copies are now in
the Congressional library. Among the
yea3 are Messrs. Voorhies and Hecka-
mer. Against public waste, Thaddeus
Stevens, Chairman of Ways and Means
Committee, and Walton of Vermont.
Among the few Democrats who voted nay
was Hohnan, of Indiana.
The resolutions opened way for more
appropriations of the same description, by
providing that Gales &, Seaton should not
sell remaining copies without giving
timely notice to Congress, to give it the
first chance to purchase.
There are now in Old Capital Prison
one hundred and thirty prisoners, one
hundred and three prisoners . of war,
three women, Mrs. Greenhow; Mrs.
Boxby and Mrs. Morris. At the request
of Gov. Stanley all prisoners from North
Carolina are sent there.
The Senate refused to tax slaves by a
vote of 14 to 22. Browning and Lane,
of Indiana,"and Doolittle with (V'-' Tticut
Senators and Wilson of Massachusetts,
voted with Cowan and the Democrats and
border States members to. exempf them.
Rhode-Island with Grimes, Fessenden;
Sumner, and most anti-slavery men voted
to tax.' - '
A tax on cotton will now be pressed.
Some slaves remanded to the Marshal
The President is at the War Office
every night until a late hour, sendin?
dispatches and receiving reports. He
takes supreme direction and control in
military as well as in civil affairs. r
Oa the-second Monday of July, a mili
tary coir ission, consisting of Gen. Har
ney and' jrdonels Craig and Taylor, sits
by order 5 the President, for trials of
infrin;iem nts of the order relating to
We are indebted to Capt. Thomso
for the following muster roll of Company
K., 5th Regiment, Missouri Volunteers,
composed principally cf men from Nema
ha county: - "
Captain, J. D. N. Thompson.
1st Lieut. Fred. Dover.
2d Geo. D. Telle.
. 1st Serg't, Francis M. Potter.
2d " James A. Slaven.
3d " Elias Hanna.
4th James Allen.
5th " Jacob W. Carson.
1st Com. John M. Hanna.
James H. Potter .
Wm. Arnold. , . - .
Levi Richmond. . ,
Samuel Bailcs. . ' ' , . . '
John Rickets, 1 ' "
Wagoner, James Greer.
Thomas, Bower, Benjamin,
Bracewell, Henry, Bulmore, Joseph,
Baston, John, Clark, Elisha,
Coleman, Jeptha, Cole, Jno,
Copperthwaite, W J. Copperthwaite.Seth
Duffey, Patrick, . Dournings, R. H.
Didlaw, Nicholas, Dougherty, Wm.
Farison, Henry J.
Harlow, Wm. L.
Hall, Henry L
Hensley, Ruben B.
Ingram, Charles W, Larue, John H,
Leeper, Samuel, Lefevre, Stainslaus
McGrue, Jason, Medley, John,
Medley, George, McBride, Barlett, ,
McBride, Malvin, Marshall, August,
Miller, James M. Morris, Reuben,
Nigh, John, .W. . O'Howel, James R.
Purcell, Gerard L Rickets, Charles W.
Rutlege, Andrew, Rynerson, J. H.
Reed, Alfred, Raney, Thomas,
Randolph, Lewis F Ranktns, John,
Sable. Wm. F.
Tocker, Frances M
: Toll, George M.
Weefs, Geo. W.
Worley, David M. ; Warburtbn, Thos. r
White, S. W. Yelkins, John,
Young, Thomas, Young, Peter,
Young, Peter, Noys, Wm. K.
Steever, John M.
Tyson, Geo. A.
Answers to Correspondents.
Enquirer. The name Lincoln ydoes
not as you suppose come from the imag
ined song of the bird "Bob O'Linkum,"
but originated in England during the
earlier days when link boys perambulated
the streets of London. A' trial occurred
in which one of these boys was brought
upon the witness stand. When asked aa
to his knowledge of the plaintiff replied,
"I link un." He afterwards went by
that name, which has been changed by
the more aristocratic style of spelling, in
Union. You are right;. George Wash
ington did not know the benefits of the
railroad system, nor the utility of a luci
fer match. . , .
S. O. L. ". For description 'of the
City of St. George, we refer you to Mor
rison & Berger's work on that place. '
A. S. & Billy Patterson was not
struck, as is eroneously supposed; he was
kicked by Thompson's colt (the colt was
unanimously excused on. the ground of
being a dam foal beyond doubt). He is
not in any way related ;to" the Pattersons
of Baltimore, nor to Ex-Gov. Patterson
of New Jersey. His father's name was
William Patter, and his boy was com
monly called Billy Patter's son. Hence
Patterson at the present day. : i
IV. J. Love matters we hare consid
erable delicacy in interferiug with; but
if the young man bought the candy -for
you and afterwards gfve it to another
"gal" ycu have a perfect right to give
him the "sack."
Lawyer. You had a perfect right to
thank the sheriff for having an 4,attach
ment" for you. Every person naturally
feels grateful for an expression of friend
Skeesicks. We are unable to inform
vou whether the "Retired Physician has
permitted the sands of his life run out or
Amelia. We cannot advise you in the
first matter asked. You must also be
your own judge as to the color of your
Within the last month there has been
no change cf importance in the St. Louis
' tictfs. -We quote as follows :
Heat. Sprin 60 68
our flag in a few hours will wave over the
tt-.- t i to lav the Main
. . 1 bv contractors and
Potomac opposite Maryland heights lfsl
veek, but were soon scattered by afew
discharges from the 9 inch Dahl-en3t
manned by .sailors, which were plaie(j on
itb'e heights. They were not prepre(j l0
to ficd the gunboats up there. r.
The question whether to excluje news
paper correspondents from thy ijues cf
our armies in the field is, wejearni en.
ously discussed in warcounjjig here.
Lieutenant Frank C. D?vjSt 0f Averill's
Sd Pennsylvania Cavalry u-as dispatched
on Sunday last witb'a smRii squad to
xpen .cornm'unicattVn between the land
forces and thf'gUnboits opposite City
Point on the--james river, and he accom
plished erraHJ ;Q a stylo so hand-
60J?J", and surmounted tuch difiiemties in
thf Hp has been thanked by the
-AvunsTess icem to us to
V . s . -
Vend time to ver,l"e P"P in trying
Q Ot rL ' y ouu sinning
this or that
whether they are
other, or (what is
of both? Very
few of our
parfy vho cares
of ole party or the
leaders, with the Commissary ueoerai,
Quartermaster General, &c, Vc., who
tr oil ilio rnntracts.'ev.er were
or pretended to be Republicans; bJ'tthat
is of little consequence. What is urgent
ly wanted is the passage or an act to aa
cqaately punish every description of fraud
in making or executing Government con
tracts, or in procuring-, in any way sap
plies for our Armies and Fleets. A bill
for this purpose was, some days since,
introduced by Mr. Colfax and referred to
the Houe Judiciary Committee. Has it
been reported? If not, we trust it may
soon be. in the very best shape, put upon
it pasmge and carried through at ence.
Flour, per bbl
Wbitk Beans active per ousn
Dried Fbcit Apples,
Seed Hungarian Grass, per bush
Laed, per lb
Baco.v Shoulders, -
II 'i in ?,
HemP) per ton for nndressea,
- 3,50 3.60
1,85 Q 2,00
$52 Q ti)
Seeds Prepaid by UaiL
5 Prettiest Acnnals In CulUation, - - fit 00
' "5 rhoice Vepetable Seei for the Garden, l oo
tt-i t0 Clubs cf Five for $3j To Clubs of Ten for $15;
The KEffAPAN WlLIET, witn Immense headt.
Ms to ten tncnc'i tS 25 rls, Pe 'e WerJ Fie
for $1 . 1 received iinc Scel of tliia new and valu-
ablo Mil let d irect f row -J Pn T the N ,fr. Bt
ana cn wnfidently reconi best Millet In
cultivation. M-'w AT30X,
n33-tf Old Colony NursiCes, Plymouth, Kssi.
Currants ! Ourtents !
1 hale left witn a. "W. rarnas, Browavill'e, a few
EM an-i Dutch Currant for ! at $1 per dote 7 eah.
MarrfcM, nj?.tf B. O. THyjCrSC:- 1
fmrfw-,n nft TP fTr'!''
la recelTins, and :U continue to receir daricf tbe
gammer, one ot
New York,. Philadelphia ard St Lciis.
That bn ever been exhibited in tbe Western Cotn.
try, embracing ail the latest at j lea and oovelUea cf the
limes. Qia stock embrace ,
- . i '. ' i
- v.. . . ...
Hardware, , - ,,r
- i ; Cau and Capsj
Shakers, . : . : . . :
Coots and Shoes
: i ;!.;: r"
Doors and Sash,
.. . Glass and Pntty,
. : i -
Aim i u-J . u l 4
t i t i
JUST ESCSIVED A!T
JOHN A. POHN
la now re-eivicj and epeniej est L!a Sjrtag
Slock cf Ouod3, coiiU f t
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Iron end Nails,
Flour and Eascn,
: Sash and Doers,
etc., et3.; etc.
7iich I irHI (a2 chp tot
Caoli or PrerlucD.
Call and exuist mj atock Leforv psicbulr
Brownvillo, April 24,1332, n42-a
WHO SELLS IDE CHEAPI3T C0OD3
IB BROWN VILLE ?
CSLLS TSS C32JLPE3? GQ02S IX aAXXTT.
S2 IS IT T3AT TOT? TZTtCTlLBZ TCCSS TAX-
AT DEN'S. .
Tnrsss ro tott s:rr Tora cnsip vzswssf
D E N
Among hia Dry Goodi will be found
Prints Glnghamt, Lawn, Bartjcs,
Drown and Bleached Slaslins,
Demees, Striped Sheeting, Cot
. tonadep, Hosiery, Gloves,
The Latest Styles Hoop ,
Ho has much the Largest Stock
of QUEEIT3WARE in tho Upper
Agent for the Hannibal & St. Joseph Hail
Baod Packet Lina of Steamboats.
May 22, 1SC2. n3 tf.
Eeaper and Mower
Thin celebrated machine i by all n5dtbe BEST
GRAIN AND GRASS CUTTER IN THE WORLD.
N twithstar.dins the misrepresentstions of those Inter
ested in other machines. C. fi. McCormick it Bro. man
nfactuae at the rate of 8,000 per year, Many changes
have been affected during the past season, and for 1362
the "McCormick" is presented with greater attraction
than ever before. As a reaper,
THE ECOAOJIY OF POWER
; lit THIS MACCIXE, 1T3
Strength, Durability, and
Ktre it preference over all other Kew Improvement
added, have materially lessened the direct draught,
and so obviated the aide draught that many assure us
that it does not now exist. The drnsht of the Reaper
ia so litfht that In numerous Instances the large lour
borsc machine la worked with, but two horse.
S2LI.3 TTTE CHEAPEST ROOTS AND SHOZ3 IX
,. .1HS .'37. ALSO THE FIX3I HAI3
13 THE PLACE TO TRADE HE TAKE3 TOfa FZO
CUCE, AKD PATS TUB HIGHEST PZUC3
FCR HIDES PELT 3 AND F CR3.
DOS'T F0RSST THAT
Sells the BEST and CHEAPEST
In fact DE1T sella Everything that
13 useful, Cheap and Good.
PITKLV, WIARD & CO.,
OFFER THIIB LAROE STOCK OF
AT THE FOLLOVTIKGr PRIC23
FOE CAS n.
Kentucky Bios Grass per buLaU $t 00
Kentucky Orchard Grass per basbej. . 1 CO
Kentucky Red Top Grass per bushel. 16
Sorghntn of Sogar Cane per buihel, ' '' SCO
Osage Oran-re per bushel . S3 0O
Top Onions per bushel, - . - CO
GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS.
Per Doxen papers. Warranted. - . 60
Hydraulic Cement per barrel,
Calcined Plaster rer barrel.
- 1 11
- 2 73
Ve also keep a large stock of faro taplesiecti.
Catalogues fnrDiflicd on application.
April 3, 1SSJ. 9-2sa ,
' FOR MOWING,
The Machine of 1S62 will atand any test that may be
applied. Our Guard and Patent Cleaner eTeciually
prevents choking, no matter wiiat the condition cf tbe
grass, while our new divider point separates baHly
lodged and tangled clover or grass, where other ma.
chiues fail. '
There is also a rreat advantage in our serrated sickle
edge over the smooth, as it does not require sharpening
so often, tbns savin time. Our sickle will frequently
run through an entire harvest without once grinding,
while the smooth ede must be ground once each day,
if not oftr.cr . With a sr.ioth edge tbe Iraught increases
as the knife becomes dull. Oar draught is uniform,
and in tbe repeated trials during tbe season cf 18-50 61,
proved far lighter than single Mower, cutting at tbe
same time from twelve to eighteen inches wider.
Our Mower can be used with or without the reel , this
is important, as without the reel it weighs but about
la addition to the very liberal warrantee given ti
all prchaers, we would say a heretofore, that farmers
wh may desire it, are at liberty to work our machine
through the harvest, with any o'her, and ksep auJ pay
for the one prf ferreJ.
PampUleu with full description of Improvement,
testimonials, &.c, can be bad by application to
THEO. HILL, Agent,
Ita? 18, 13, .niS-tf ' ; ' . :
Hats, Boots and Shoes.
I have jest received a New Supply vt nats, Boots and
Shoe., which I will sell cheaper than they were ever
offered bc-re before. Call and see me.
DAVID SIEGEL,- r
Brownvllle, April 10, 19G2 n40-tf.
Shingles ! Shingles ! !
I woutd rerpctfully Inform the citizens of Jfemaba
county, thul I ball endeavor to keep- thi market sup
plied with good Cottonwood Shingles, which I will sel
for cash; or take in exchange Cattle, Hog. Wheat or
Corn. R. F. BARRET.
March 27, 13G2. n33-U
Offices for Rent.
Tne old City Drag Store, and upper part cf the Ctfy
Drug Store, now occupied by Judue Wheeler, are far
rent, pplyto JOHN U. UXtS or
Estray NoticeTaken Up.
Taken np by the subscriber, residing six Bitten wst
of Nemaha City, on or at'eut thi Orst of ace, 1551, a
small lrtn-gray horse-peny, ai-s.-t, .even years old,
branded P" in tbe left sbouWe? a-nraised by Jerome
Hxver and W. W. Keelinsr, ca iho ijia day of Marci,
1S62, at $35 services of tbe horte vj y for keeping
If the bore is not called fuf n1 roperty proves. rr
or before tbe fl:tb Uy of June, lS5i, be wUl t3 trzi
sold to tba highest bidder or cah. at my rirtiM-.
April 3, 1862. i33-10w 5 pr fee
DIANA GRAPE VIIIE3.
Two yeirs old. $20 per hundrod ; siw par thousand
Oie year old, $10 per hundred; $iO per thoosjnrt.
Alsi a targe assortment of Nuraery stock, at prices too
cheap to pabUt.fi.
Lx-al anatrav;;t:g Agents wanted to sel! trees from
Wboleafe and Deycriptive Citalogre f-9mbett"to
all applksr;t, Adirjj . MOODT k SON,
27 tf Ksagara Xurserlea, L-t-ekpcrt, JT. T.
A X S
x? so, co to n:
CITY DRUG STORE,
P. O. BUILDI2GS
JOHN H,: MATJir,
WVA Mil avtiiLi nubu ti.iJ t a
From kl Ux-t zilM la ta Soiia, U U
CO W'FlDBu '
b mil latitfMrUoo U all wif Bay u'.l at 1.1
II bi sow oi fund, and Ii ermatatty rtTtf a
Urge nppiy ef alt article naaitl ktf t ta a
BrownTtlle, May 8:h, IS?J. r-rtt-tf
' CHEAP FLOUR
For ih.9 Array aad Cillzcat
1st Quality cf Flow 2.23. 2nd Qiaaty Jl.tt.
For eaitcm grind lng, ca-utl per Jaabtl.
ALSO ' '
Flonr exchanged for Wneat. both at tha Mill and at
my store in Brownville. -Flour.
Meat . Short and Bran for aala at the Mill aaU
at the principle stores in Brownville.
.YLfcLVlH c COAT
.'tnuary Si, 15?2.
JOHiN O. DUEOSa " -
?JAIN STREET, DHOWNYILLIT,
Takes pleamr la announcing ttathe hu now on bxnd.
a large and select stock cf v.-y aruo.'e m bii Hae,
Of all the Improved patterns, wis: Flytnee'i ZJKt,
Caartaraz, Taney rorga, a:-iue4 vves,
- &., Avo., aus.t
, HEATXITO STOvTO,
Box and Parlor Stow ef aa tf:s vsrSSty, osa l
which are entirely nw duas. fit i ComMad
Cook and Parlor Stove, aoaitiixng
very tic let small famiuaa.
HEAVY SHEET IROIJ,
for Sujrr Borrt, and
LARGE CAST 111GTI laETTL.
turn Hon taltcni", Ceil isd Lard 01 lar?
l,-a, Coppr, and sien lro- -rri
Lantern. -ov; ax-dJ;-iii3
Xar. fc a , c.
self-seal!;::- FHUIY ca::3 I
I have proe-ared the right to rani:.3ra a Uf as
pte and iinprood solf-sea'in. froit Ciitx, to wfcicfc lealt
tteacsntloa of the pus-is. I p:i;s my;f n Mil
riiia cons at aa fiir rate aoi oa aa 3ommodAU-f
Usrzs i izj utiar e.u--iia; 13 uts xem at u
Eantyrepared to put a? fn'Vcrts i rvt r-" i.vS
fail bar wrt mt tor Un at the sr--Ji t.ln
s workauiJ.r? mauser, wiica J wM?aat a:
actSo. I piJ:i rr.'l no tj 14) tsJcil la tie var
Noticr :o Creditor
All persons k- r tben-e; 733 i.-.-isUsl to Vt. A. S.
Holladay. lJ nocc 1: ovl a count, -trill da wail La ea.il
on mo sad sittte th" rre "tcf-jre the tiih ij of Xty
next, aa 1 wtij .'ter tiat iU'piyt 411 of fci, ic'u
procesa of Law. a. i '. .
Brrwrrliie, T., Utj l?v u. .
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