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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1862)
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-rlLLEATCRPAV, JCLY 26,-lSC2.,
mv. roc & CO.
DKALEUS IN ,
HPriBliPg Material cf all Kinds
..'.nce Buildings, XewYork. and Brawn's Iroi
T-f. BulKMWti. Philadelphia.
nfv are authorised Agents forth.
-T -rmer bcJ Advertiser.
L-CCSSOKS TO D G BLT,
States ar-d-fcrrisn News?;
BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
rired stent for tbe "XKRRASKA ADVR-
-v8 perullicans of Nemaha County
p" upcted to meet in mass convention
Den' Hall, in Brownrille, on the 2d
of August, 1SG2, at cne o'clock, P.
? t0 nominate nine delegates to repre
" eniaha County in the Republican
rriional Convention at Omaha, on the
h day cf August, 18G2, to nominate a
-didate for Delegate to Congress, &,c.
, e cordially invite all to co-epcraie with
i ttkbout distinction of party, who are
. faror of sustaining the Administration
'.jjest the mechbations of Northern
z'lon and Secession Sympathizers ;
oere in favor of a more vigorous war
;lCr, and who are in favor of the Ad
nistration using all the pojiyers of the
'jrernmcnt to cruh 'out this infernal
. kli'ion. and sustain bur glorious Union,
d esiatiishing'permanently the power
o perpetuity of our Consfituiion as or-
rzed and adopted by the founders of
rGovtrument our fathers of the Rev
Bj- order of the Nemaha County Re
Vicsn Central Committee.
C. W. WI1EEJLER. Ch'n.
Ttsso.-rAX.. :Hon S. G. Daily arrived
.it Saturday on the W.es Wind.
GortT. We have been favored .with a
of the Lad ie's" Book Jor August.
: e prgraving for this month is 'Dtniel
tbstpr at the Tomb of Shakespear.n
Thtodoiie Hill desires to inform the
Xtroaha Valley farmer's Club," that
2 is anxious to tell them his Ware-house
n the Levee, in Brownvihe. Terms
';i:h, lh .cVlirery ff the property.
t . , I , , ; f .
:n?s;'z, rersm, Hawthorn, Holmes,
."Littler, Bayard Taylor, Mrs. Stow, and.
any others continue to contribute.
The lates accounts from th'e'c Salmon'
'.ver Klines are not as incouraging as
Ley were a few" months' ago. New
:aes have lately "been discovered in the
ith of California to which there is now
aampede along the Pacific coast.
SilHman's Journal is received for July.
bt ItAWnmg nre cmong the most inter
jtiug articles of this" number: t'Des
:;p'.;on of the Remains of a new Enali
aurian (Eosaurus Acadianus), from the
'oal Formation of Nova Scotia,;" On
lectrical currents citculacting near the
"ana's surface, and their connection with
e phenomena of the Aurora Polaris ;V
A Sketch of. the Mandan Indians, with
-me Observations illustrating the Gram
aiical Structure of ther Language." .
Congress -adjourned cn the 17th inst.
The present session passed many impor
tant bills, among which are The Home
stead; the Prohibition cf Slavery in the
Territories; the Abohticn cf Slavery in
the District, of Columbia ; the Pacific
Railroad Act; "the Reviasicn of the Su
preme Court; 'Retrenchment -cf Millitary
Expenses, and the . act Confiscating the
property of Rebels." , ' -. , . .
RtrrELicAxCo!vEKTiox.T In another
column will be found a call- for a mass
meeting cf the Republicans of Nemaha
County, to select delegates for th3 Re
publican Convention. Let'all frcm all
parts of the County who can pcsdlly do
so attend the meeting. Don't let the
complaint.be' made that any part cf the
Ccunty was unrepresented. Select del
egates to the convention that ycu can de
pend upon that cannot be coaxed cr
hoodwinked by designing poliliciani from
carrying out your wishes.' '
Tur Report or Receipts aitd Ex
penditures cf Nemaha Cocittt tor
the Fiscal, Year Exding Juse 30,
1SG2, will be found in another-column.
The Receipts on Taxe3 for 1SC0 and 'CI
amount to 62,424 03.
Expenditures $3,44130. - .
Tax still delinquent, for 'GO and '61,
Out-standing Warrants S4,041 65.
Should the tax still due be all paidr the
warrants remaining unredeemed 'will
only, amount to-SI, ?93 21. " " 1
A First-rate Notice or the Speech
of- a Tory. ;
The Nashville Union at lhe'2Gth'ult.,
contains the following first-rate notice of
the recent dirty speech of Vccrhees,'of
.'We have received, under the frank
of Hon. D W. Voorhees; of -.Indiana,
several copies of his notorious fpt-'ech as
sailing the Administration wuUe it is try
ing io suppress a rebellion created by his
associates, and excusing his ote against
the revenue bill which provided the gov
ernment . with' the . means of . paying our
ndble 'soldiers on the battle fit Id. We
call on every spldier of gallant Indiana
to mark him and-bis asso.-iates of the $ih
of .January for vengeance. . We rejoice
to know that in that State, patriots ol all
parties have united in forming a Union"
Extsa Sessiox. Will there- be an
ura sessicn of the. Legislature during
e coming winter? Is there any need
-rose ? Some of our friends think that
then session is imperatively demanded,
-le Territorial ofHcers cacnotdraw their
y without appropriations are Inade.by
e Legislautre. If a session is called,
le Territory will have to foot the bill
-t five cays will be sufficient to do all
business necessary at present. We
:-ccf opinion the Governor will call an
x'ra session, and order an election for
"-"'embers, to be held on the same day as
-at for delegate. " c
' Sold." The puerile practice of "sell
a crowd, or an individual, by mak
'a them believe some marvelous story
"'-"ten up for the occasion, or by sending
'' cn some foclLh errand, has tf lr'
eea carried to extremes. It is -
-'.' U excisable in scho'I be
poa the first of April; but the c
it hardly becom-ng the dignity cf
"icn. Several iiisiaoces have occurred
'-f late, where iuch jokes have been ear
ned beyond the bounds of propriety.
The first of this week, a report Avas cir
culated -through town thai a dead man
r2s found on the opposite side of the
rircr, partially concealed in ihe bushes.
Coroner was sent for, and. several of
C'J' citizens went over to ascertain if they
could identify the body. With mingled
fechnjs of awe & horror they approached
u' spot where lay the suppressed victim
secession malice; when lo ! all they
found was a dead hog." Another; -sell,
1 lit!e mere serious in its effects','" was
perpetrated by 'the ' vntty Local of the
Nebraska City XwsJ About half a cof
tra of thatpnper was devoted to a des.
Option cf a "Tremendous Cohnagratkn,"c
which cne-hatf cf the city ' was repre-'
fer.ted ns "reduced to ashes;" and .then
r.d up with "so much forn fancy
euh." jf ear home this article, was, cl
5,jre, understood ;" but papers at a dis
a"fc. overlooking the latter part of the
oli !' baVe bee l!eceived' acu te coa
v !n over. lhe suffers at the great fire in
Nebraska r - .
. To a certain extent it has a
r-pr,cy to ioj,Jre the town.
papers and stumpers do their da;y;
DI IID At rn;ib City. On llio 21. of Uiptha
ri VV.ii.MK Uexkt, od of J. P.acd JIaiH4H Cko
THER ; nged ten year, fuiir inonth and six d ij:C
To Consumptives. -
THE ADVERTISER, HAVING BEEN 2RS70RKD
to health la a few weeks by very lmp1e reniedy, t
ter bs-vinj nffered eeveral years with (evere lung
street in. and that dread disewf e, Consuniptiou is anx
ious to make tnown to Lis fellow-iufferer tbe means
of cure. ' i ... ,
To all who desire It, he will send a "copy cf lhe pre
scription used (rree cf charge)," with tho direction for
preparing sikI n-ing the Mine, which they will find a
SURE CCRE forCOKStfMPTIOH, ASTHMA. BBOyCHrT-
ist &.r .. Tbeiny object of the advertiser in ?endin5 the
Pre.-crlption is to beneflt the afflicted, and spread inti
mation wtfich he" conceives tj be invaluable, arid be
hopes every fuffei er win try bis remedy; ai It will cost
them nothing an4 may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing The prescrlptlsn will pltiFe address
' Kev. EDWARD A. WILSON, Willianihbnr?,
n4S-3ra. . Kins County, Xtw-York.
"Move ok. Snch Is tbe course pursued ,hy Cartis
valuable medicines. They never cease dulng good fcn
press forwajd. relieving the sick and crippled from piD
and disease. Tbe wonderful cures that are performed
byCortN Syrup t Sassaf fas are really marvelous.
Coophs, colds., hoareeneps, meaMc-s, even Consumption
becins to tremble when It comes in contact wi ih it, rod
soon tbe deathly grasp is loosened. C'irtis" Mameluke
Liniment Is famljiarto every family in the -courtry for
tbe many benefits they have received from its ue". It
1 well for eery family to be provided J they cannot tell
what hour they may require its usp. Taee medicines
stand high, and are uped by many respectable pbysicJan
or extenoive practice. .Sco ativertiaetacnt in anotbe
Scorbutic disease are the parent stock from which
arises a lare propirtin of tbe fatal maladies that f
Cict'minkind . Th'ey re as it were a species of potato
rot In the human jennUmion, which undermines and
corrupt ail the tources cr Its vitality and hastens ita
decr. They' are Jhe yprm from which -pring, Con
sumption, Rheaumatibm, "neart Dii-easo, Livec Com
pr.sints, and Eruptive Diseates which will be recog
nlzed as among tbise most fatal aDd destructive to tbe
races tf men. So dreadful are Its consequences to hu
man life, that H Is Lardly possible to over estimste tbe
importance of an aciual. reliable remedy, -that. can
swep out this Scrofulous contamination. We know
then we shall proclaim welcome news to oar readers of
one from such a quarter as wlii leave little doubt ! its
efficacy ;nd tiii fcioYe welcome, when we tell them
. . .lb ,4 . w i.
' Civil A-tin. District Court,
21 Jn lirtia.1 Uittrict. Jona
mil I'ount v. N'fchrmkil.
Tne Uorend;in'.. U. ihol 'in. w lj-m). will ifee an
tht on ibe 7ih dav urJj t isoa. f.u.l Ma:na.
Fall, did CIo h! tictition In Ri-l court, the t.ljct
aid p ayer of whK-h ? t buin a juJ:jinr tin.-t
you for tbe sum of $S9.S5, with In.'e-e-it troin Sop-.
tcmbiT l5t, iS'il, ui a iioini-'orT ' note lor nd
n it -list, c:.ren by yvu to said jlain'.iu, ApriJ 27th,
That n o-dcrof attacbm?r,t duy isu?d in this
Bciiin"a:Hn.t yott, aud iho f(,!o ifrc; property wa.
ttu-hed by virtus thereof, by the SheriJ f Fid
county, to-wit: X. K. qnsrter, hecritn 4,T. 4. II. .
6ih priocipM mredian, Johnson Coucty, Xeb. Tcr.,
as Tour property.
You r? hertGy reqnia-ed to appoar an I answer or
demur to said p tition on or before tho !t- dj of
September, 1SG2, and in default thereof judgment
wi.'l be taken ag.tin.-t you.aud s-iij property ordered
cto be sold and the proceeds arvlied bo the piyusent
of said sum, with intorrpt .Aid. 1
'Jslyi9. nlr4w-S3.25. '
. In pnrenance of a decretal order mfle by the district
Ckitrt, In and for .'enmiia county, Kebris Territory,
fitting In chancery beaii:-g date ihe iStta diy of Kay,
1862. in a certain caase petKling In said court, whrrein
John Cole isrunp'.ainant and Immer L. Cniht. et a!,
5efendania, I will on Saturday Hie 6 .h day f July,
18C2, at 10 o'clock, m. in froMtbf Usa'f. ball in Brown
vide in said county, being tbe place whera il court
waa laft beld, offer fr sale to the hicliet bidder; fur
cahh, the following described propert T.'t-wit : the soiith
east quarter f section No. eleven (II ) in township No.
five (i ) north of range No. ftf;een (li. ) east of the 6th
principal merediaa. (eiccppt forty acres oa the ont&
nie of said quarter,) In Kernaba .uctv. Xtbraska
Territory." J.-$. UEDFOiU).-
1.51 4w-S astef in Chancery.
Notice is tn-eby grej th it I h ive nprointrt
Monday," the2oih d .jr of July, A.'. D. 1352, at 10
c'jlock, A. x. for tbe final settlement of the estate of
Joseph I'rwwd,deceas(Ki. AL4iEl;T, TOWLB,. . "
I'robate Judce Goge cct.nty, XobrAsk.
. Jo!y 19, nl-;w.l,.'.0. ..
JJASTKIl'S SALLV. .
In pursuance of a decetal order ma'e by tbe District
Cou t, in sni for Xeniaba county,- f cbrattra Territory
sitUug in CUaacery. bearjux date the 16ia day of May'
A. D., 13il. in a certain caure. pending in uaiil court,
wherein Kit-hard i--b I co npi&.naat, and John W.'
Hall is dcrenJant, I will, on Satur,idv the 25th day of
July, A. D. 1SC2 at 10 o'clock, A 11., in .front ,f Uer's
baii, in I-rovnvilie. In sai4 coua;y, (ieing tie place
wbt-re m d coun was last belJJ tC'er fur sate tots?
r.,-fc.jcM k.ajer, ror caan. tie. fol io-in? described preij-
eoraaa icri iitry. J. S. jbEDFU il)
)ater in Chancery.
o.ajer, lor c&sn, lae. loi iow-in? cesmbed preij--
it; Tbenonh past quarter of ectioa No. 6
ar;ihiK. iv, (5), t..ih of ranee Xo. fL teen,
s: of the :U pr.nai taeredian, Xemaha c uaiy !
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UlSl'CrSLV AND FITS.
A sure Cure for thee di-tres?insr- cotfplainf a Is ivw
made kn'.-n in a "Tseattse os Fcniics add Na
tive Herbal Putt akatios 'f -pu&itsbed hy JJit,
O. PHULiFS UIIOWN. The Tre-cnpt:hn,' fur
i.i3het ty a you'nj cisirvryaut girl, while in a stale of
trrco, has cured everybody who -hss taken It, never
haviaj failed in a single vase: It is eonaliyaure tn
cases of Fits as of Dypernia ; and the Ir.stredjents may
b-sf jcna in ary Crue store. Those who are aSicted with
Cmst:n:pUou, Bronchitis cr Asihni. may also be cureJ
by tbe o?e of my Herbal Jreparati.ma. I will enl
ti.U valuable prescrip'ion fr1 t- nv'i-eraon on receipt
of their name. Addresss, bit. O. PHEU3 BROWN,
Ko. 19 Grand street, Jersey City, Jf. J. , . -n47-6m
SUGAR GATTB LULLS
.' - 1
J -AND .
ItaTifU bcei. ppointe4 airent. for th Ea?le Works
Suar Can ilili ted Evaporators, Chrcago, Hi., I aai
prepared to fill orders at the manufacturer's prices.
Price of Milla, from $40 to $3X). Evaporators from
$20io $35. Address li- VV.FUBNA3,
ilarch 27, lbe2 .i33-tf. Erownvili9, iTeb.
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HELLO, STRANG EK!
WHERE DID lrOU GET THOSE
For Sale at Bargains.
' Two v. 1 Shnttla Kmpire Sewln Machines. --.
One Franklin Fimlly Sewinj ilAotiine.i
Two riorace Waters' $75 Melodions. . . ,..'. j
'Two Freeh's Conical. Washing Hachinesv ' : ' ' '
Que No. 1 P. Y. Gate & Co.'a Sugar Cane Milts
Evaporators. .. , .-
Apply at the AdvtrtUer and Farmer Offlc. Browi
vine, Nebraska. f. r , . ;- , (
. March. 13th. 1SSJ.- - .- (nJS-tfl
' I5X.1IE. DEIOREST'S
MIRROR rOP FASHION.
The Urgent; best and most reliable Fashion Magazine
In the world. C-utrains tbe largest ud fluest Faabion
Plates. the greatest number of One engravings, the latest
and most reliable information, three rui.'-sized Pattern
tor Dresses, and a aheet of new .Brsid-work and Em
broidering Pattrns. Every Mother, Dressuidker, Mil
liner and Lady should have it. Published Quarterly, at
473 Broadway, fcew i'ort, aold every wheia or sent by
mail at 25 cents. Yearly $1, with vaiuafclo prepiuia.
Tbe Summer number now ready. ' ,. ;
25,000 Clierry Currants. -.
First Site .' - - ... $60 CO per t',000
Secnd Sxxe - . . 30 0J . do. .
15.000 Concord CJrapeTine8, Lver, Fine.
Ko. 1, Layersi -' ; - - $25 TO per.lua .
Ko. 2. Layers, . - . . 16 00 .per 100
'o. 3. Layers, . - -. - i 12 00 per loo
One yearOid, from cuttlnits", . 8 to peT 100
Diana Grapevines, pot raised,-, - 12 00 per 100
the Great Austin Strawberv. : $50 00 per l.OCO
GKORGK SKTMOCa at CO., - .
r'37-tf . " t : - 'Sonth Korwam. Coon.
" Currants ! Currants I
IJiale left. with K. W. Farnas, Brownvllle.'a few
Red and Dutch Currants for sal at $1 per dtpn cth.
. March 28. 1363. r?3-tf - ' i R. O. THOMPSOX.
J. BKKHY & CO'S.,
THE - COXFEWIONS AXD EXPEltl
ENCE UF A.SUFPJSUCU.
' Published as a waining,.aod or tbe especial bene
fit of Young Men and thos who.saffer with Kerroos
Debility, Lossof Alfttnory, Premature Decay.&cAc,
by cno of those, who bus cured himself by simple
uennsi after being pat to gre.it etpense and irHr.n
venience, through the use cf worthless medieinos
prcribed by learned Doctors. ; -
Single copies may be bad of the antbor, C. A.
LAM liER.T,Ls GreenpointLong Inland, by enclos
ing, a pt-paid Tfcddrepsed eavejope. , Address
CHARLES A. LAMBERT, Esq., Greenpoint, Long
laland,N. Y. . ' ' - . ... . .
M 21?, t?W. nil-!. ' - - - ..
THH ODORS HILL,
Ij recelviEj, and will eontlnca to receive dark tha
sttraraar, cna cf
Ne7 Tcrlr, PIiiladelpMa and St. . LwIsl
That tias ever been ethihlted in th Testera Conn,
try, embracing all tha latest styles and novelties jf tbe
YIIO SELLS THE GREATEST ! "r
- D.E N , '
SELLS THE CHEAPEST G00D3
- IN.r.fARKET ''
WHERE. IS' IT THAT, YOU PUR-
CHASE. THOSE FAIiCY
( . PRINTS? ;.
. AT -DEN'S.)":.
times. CU stock embraces
Dry Goods, . .
, . : C.rocerie?t 1 . ..! . -
Ilardtrare, - ;:- .
'. '."''V v...: Catlerr, V' ....... .
.. i '. ': Qaecnsivare, r
, 7" Hat and Capn,
SbaLrSf . -
- Coots and Shoes
-.- . '. ' ' . . : .
Doors and Sash.
. Class and ratty,
WHERE BO'YOU BUY YOUR
CHEAP MUSLIMS?.. -
AT DEN'S- -
' D EN:;.
SELLS THE CHEAPEST EOOTS
AND SHOES IN THE WEST.
ALSO THE FINEST HATS
KEEPS ON HAND.
DEN 5 S
IS THE PLACE TO TRADE-HE
TAKES YOUR PRODUCE, AND
PAYS THE HIGHEST
. PRICE FOR HIDES,
' PELTS, AND
DON'T FORGET THAT
.".' " - '
" . D EN; - .
Sella, th'o BEST and CHEAPEST
L I Q TJ OR.S.
In fact BEIT eella Everythics that
i3 TJcoful, Chsap and G cod. .'
. nave Jut received, and are now openlnc, at their
stand on Main street, one of the largest stocks of
ever cfTored In this iaarket. Refiieinber the place,
J. BERRY & GO'S.,
rJ"o. XX, XJTa,xx otroot,
"' mtOWNVitLE, N. T.!
Ksy23, 1S62. nn-tf
STAU.Cli A CUE It MANUFACTOIty,
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
- HENEY H'DIVITT, :
Tnvitee tbe attention of Mercbants, Grocers, IIo
tel Keeper?, Ranchmen, and Travelers to tho Mines,
to bis extensive
Ilo is prepared to furnish
SODA. BOSTON, BUTTER.
SUGARD AND PIC NIC CRACKERS
AND PILOT BREAD,
At Wbolesale rf Retail, and at prices ,ns low as can
be had anvwhere. . HEXHY M'DIVITT.
April 17, n41-3m
"FA ST : HORSES
CITY LIVERY STABLE
A h t
r.-rr--, T-V'-r' .'-. Ys-'r C " '" ' "
-trit-r a:T. Oicts'o i cicll. $5 t o fvj j,et uor jx:rai
year old vine, arid A'o. l. extra large layer, with
bearing wood,- $l.fiO lo $2.00. lo $12 $J8 per dozen,
ALiS O tine ines "of A I len'a new white Hybrid, Anna.
Clevelins, Concord, Cuyahoea. Cifu-a, Clinton, Cassa
dy. Catawba, Diana, Uerbeniint, HaKford, Prolific. IS-I-u)iie:,
Logan, Le Nuir, Lydia, Louisa, Lyman, Nor
ton's Virginia. Ontario, Oportc Rebecca. B"trers'g ; new
HybrHs. Taylor's Bullitt. To-KalunUnton Village, and
uianjrtber kinds, at low prices. ' k if., :
. .- ' ' , !.-' - '
Early Sugar Cane Seed.
. Seed of tba Early Imphee, put tip In half ponnd pack
sees andc'it by ciall (pust-paid.) for 35 eta. This va
riety U20 days earlier tbwn the Sorghum:
Address, n-. A. TERRT, Crescent City,-Irwa. .--'
March 13th. 1862. - -. - ii36-2m
:' ankolncejiet of
PARSQIi BROWriLOV'S : BQOK,
' ' - ' " - ' i i
The Subscribers are now publishing a narrative of the
Perils, Adventures and Suffering
''"." CP TBI .-!- ----T ; -
REV. V. G. BR0WNL0W,
"Ainong the Secessionists of Tennessee. '
The Manuscript is c replete J, and Is now ia press and
will be issued about the 1st of June.' The appearance
and typography of the work will be 61 the tirst class,
and it will be fully- and handsomely illnstrated with
sietches of the scenes referred to, and a finely e-graved
STEEL FOETKAIT OF THE AUTHOB.
. As td Its contents we have no hesitation in saying that
the public will be startled at this narrative of tacta. It
wii! i?y hare the per? ecutions and cruelty which marked
the deveii-pement of the secession conspiracy in Tenoes
see, the disasters atwl the ruin with whieh it devasta
tedcommunities once prosperous-, and sundeTed fami
lies once happy 5 more thaa all, Hwiil expose the bad
and reckless ambition and the relentlessnes and blood
thirstiuess by which the ringleader of the contipiracy
were stimulated to tbeir work of crime and treason.
The narrative is one of "personal experience. The
author vouches for the accuracy ef Its statements. : The
public may therefore accept it as not only a reliable but
a peculiar chapter ia the general history cf tbe times,
and we are confident that no more flsulflcsnt, startling,
or instructive memorial of the rebellion, la its minute
personal and cociaJ .bearlnes, is now acceiMe.
' The pnblic are weil aware that Mr. urownloWIs a
bold b'peakiug man. a this narrative 4 hi suffering,
composed inostrv while In custody la tbe Jail a Knox
yille,'he has utiered his thought, in language of extra
ordinary force and leariessnoHSj scathiog his adversa
ries even while in their power, and appealing U his
courrtrymeu even from bis cell, with ibe urgency of a
martyr. " ' .,
It will he fmblitned in in volume,' limo., hand
tomrljf bound in cloth, cf about 40o paget. Printed
on fl-ie paper, and will b beautiful ly. illustrated with
.12 ot 15 flue lull page engravings beaidon the portrait
referred to above, iiwul also rontain a fac-ciinilo of
tbe Parson's tamons letter to J. P. KeDjamm, where he
tells the rebel Secretary of war that be. "will, do for
tbe Southern Confederacy what the devtl pever did, vis.
leave the state."
THE It ETA I L PRICE. WILL DC 51.23.
G. W. CHILD'S,' PUBLISHER,
- 623 & 63 J Chestnut St., Peiladelphia.
.it i ij..'. . u 1 - . a , 1 1 1 t ti O l-l
7 ' 0 x. - a. I ',,'eiUm r.r -'
Among bla Drjr Goods will be fonnd
Trints, Gln;haras, Lawns, Darce
Brown and Bleached -2!lnslin,
Demees, Striped Sheetinj, Cot
tonndei. Hosiery, GJorcs,
The Latest Strlea Hoop
" .' Skirts Xotions,
' lc. &c. :
; : I
Ho has much tho Largest Stock
of QUEEITSWARE in thq' TJppcr
Agent for tho Hannibal & St. Joseph Bail
. ', . ' ' k
itaod Packet Line of Steamboats. '-
' May 23, 1862, ni6 tf. - ". ' :-'. .
- . - .
Ee ap er and Ho wer
M A 17 TJ FACTTJESD" AT
Oliioaco, Illi .
AKKOCXCES to the public that he ha purchased the
entire interest in tbe Livery Stable and Suk formerly
owned by Rjirers & B-other, lie U now prepared to
accommodate tbe public with
Carriage6. . ' .. .- 1
Un?gie. . . :
THE TEAVELIIXG PUBLIC
Can "find "at"' bU Stable ' ample .accommodations for
hofsea, mules or cattle. . BEKJAMT r.KTtS..
y B partnerFbip heretofore existing between
Be-nj.mm MKK'i'Sia" K0GES3,
May 29tn. 1SE2.- n47-tf . , ,
FRUIT AN I ORNAMENTAL -.TREES.
200,000 Apple Trees, 4 rrs eld, $S per Iumdred $60
'riOoTraniard Pear. Trees, 2 to 3 years p!d $25 per
bjji(irei i23i) per thonsand. ';- ''
" 2i 0OO 1 yea.r old Uiana Grape Vines, $.15 perbnnlrc1
$10O por tbouf-and. ... . .
160 000 Standard Pear Grapes, $ per bunJrer,
ptThwe Pw Graft a. nt beinn bnliv; can be trarsport
ed cbeaplr. aod by growlne two years will rr. ke gon
kiicd trees to p4nt In an orchard. Any one can treble
their m..itey by growmi: them to selL Seud for Whole
a.,.dDcscripUT. C.Ulae.i M0ODT - S0N..
n5I-3m - - Kisgara Xursertes. ticttpurt,- N. T. -
4yers Cathartic -Pilisf;
. . if-i-rowaluW-eii-- t-.e W(.lrn iiapara to pas
lish the following caution, that the public may not be
Imposed upon: ., , .
" AfCher & Co.. "f TndUnapnlU," bve bronsht out &
small trafby bovk, in cheap form, purporting to be my
L'Te. Speeches aud Adlrt,ss,'' connected wiih my
troubles among tbe Secessionists. Thi. i a BOOtrs pro
duction, doii'g me areat injeence. and by no means
reporting me cocrectly," ei her as to my history or
ppeches ince 1 time North. 1 am now preparing a
genuine t k tbe kiiid, rud will bavd it out in a rew
day, pubiivbed'iy Geo Child, of Philadelphia.
Appie?ate k C-, of-Cincinnati, are tne publishers for
the West. I ciuii.'Q tbe public asain.t tbe bocus con
cern. as I thail t tice o iomencc legal proceedings
aaainst all concerned n vend.nc it as well as the pub
lisher. W. G. BaOWifLOW.
Offices for Rent. .
The old Ci'7 trn Store, and rpper part of tbs City
Drue StoTe. now occupied tj Judu-e Wheeler, r for
rent Apply ' . ' J OILS ll. JtACN or
feHingles ! Shingles ! !
' I wonld rcFpecUuIly Inform the citizens of Xemsha
county, that I fhatl endeavor to keep thi market sop.
lied with good Cottonwood Shingle, which 1 win set
for cash; or take in exchange Cattle.-Hogw, Wheat or
itarch 27, 1SSI." n33-tf L
HatsBoots ancl Shoes.
'i have, jsst received a Xew Supply of tla't, B00U and
Sh. es. wfcich 1 will keli cheaper than they were ever
fiCered here before. Call and see me. ,.- :'
.-. . . DAtlD S1EGXL. "
Brown vi lie, Apr I! ia,-lSC3 40-tf. -
ghavT willow cuTTnrcs.
At $! per hnndreJ, $5 per-trmrisand f Lib ral Ciscount
to the trade, or iu lame Qnantititiesj - . -.
Also Our usual assortment of Everp-erns. Fruit
Tre, Ornamental Tree, Surubs antl PiaaUj Uede
Plants, .c. . ; k ' - ' ' -
Cotaioeues furnbhed to all ppllcinta.
'-The Evtrgreers " LaMolliu..
7-tf - SAMCEL EDWASOS, Bnrean Co, 111.'
This Celebrated mc1)!r l bv all nrTrtsthe BEST
GRAIN AND GRASS CUTTER IN TtlE WORLD.
N twitb'tanding tbe misrepresentations or inose lnter
ected in other machinea. C. II. UcCrmick fc Bro. man
ufacrnj at Jha r:t of R.flOO par year, Marir h.r
A J r -,
BROWNVILLE. N. T.
'te -i'r. .,rr:.
tao ev-. r tf
,- t - '---a ft - 4 .r 1? ' ' "
cr. IU TUTS MACinXZ, ITS
: . t - ; " ......
Strength, Durability, and
give It preference over all others Jfew ItnprovetnMta
adled. have mstwlaliy-lessened the direc dranght,
and so obviated the litfc draught that-many assure us
that It does not no exist. The drnght cf tbe Keeper
is so light that in numerous instances the larce Jour
horse machine is worked with bat two hories.
The Jfachlne ol i;2 will tnd any test that may be
spp'ted. Oar Guard and Patent Cleaner effectually
prevents choking, no muter what the condition of the
', wbiie our new divider point separates baldly
looked and tangled clover or grass, where other ma
Tbee is also a great advantage ineur serrated sickle
edge ovtr the smooth, as it does nc-i require skarpenlng
so often, tbos saving time. Our fickle will frequently
run through s sr.iirs harvest without ence (rindlcr.
while the smooth edge must be ground once each day,
if not ol'-ner With a snioth eige the iranght Increases
as the knife becomes dull. Our draught is uniform,
and in the repeated trial during the season of 1&8Q Cl,
proved far lighter than single lowers, cutiisg at the
same time from twelve to eighteen inches wller.
Our Mower ca 1 be mvl with or wiunt the reel , this
Is Important, a without the reel it weighs bat about
It ilu:iirn to tbe very liberal warrantee given V
all purchaser, we wouid say aa beret&fore. that farmers
who may desire it, are at liberty to work our machine
hrouph tha harret. wiih any ober, and ke? and pay
forthe one prrftjrreJ.
Pasiphleta with mil ceserlpt!n, ef JmprovenjestS,
tesUmonils, k, can be aad by applicatiou vo
THEO; KILL, Agent,
We are ro receiving s nd openirij a Complete assort,
meet of Uercbaudise, consiactag -
. Drills, Osnaburgf,, -Denims,
, Apron Check, Hickory, -
Jeans, Barage, Liners.
' All Wool Delaines,
: Fancy and Plain Silk,
. Lawnes,' Saten Vesting s.
. ; Cassimere.
OS1. GUOCEiilEO: '
Coffee,' Te, '' '
Soap, Alolasses, " .'
-."" ' - . Candles, B, ,C. So(!a,
' , . Saleratus, Vinegar
White and Brown Sufraf,
Sack, Barrel and Dairy alt,"
Chewinj'and Smoking. Tobacco
OF S3 ARD W AHS :
Knives and Forks,
Hand Saw and Mill Fils,
Sic, S:c, &, Sic, &c. Stc.
OP QU EEXS W A RE :
Cups and Saucers.
Plate and Platters,
Dishes and Tumblers.
Coal Oill Lamps,
Wicks, &c, &c.
OF BOOTS & SHOES:
t 1 1 .
JOHN a. poiti;
Is now rivi-j ar.I cr.;2j cut V.i -;rr
Siock cf CvfwJn, cua-ia ii.; tf
. . ' .Giocerics.
Hats end Cap.
Ibcts ar.d Shcr
Iron and Nails,
FIcur zzi Eicon-,
Sash and Dcrs.
; Window G!a.
0 a B1
TTLIch I wlUiaU ebsipfir
Call and exmiae my itwk h&t rnrcLul-j
Llrownvi::9, April 2 1, !3!2, z IZ-t
1 f or"?
Ti:or:ij cdlemaii, co.,
Announce to the traveUn public thai their ?lstv4
and comaaodloua Steasx Ferry running ac-ots frsa
BrCwSiil':, rL KelrSii.
Is cue cf the best la every resyoctcn therrrr
sourt river. The Boat makes reaulir trips urtvj hour
so that no time will be lost in wtiiing.
The banks on both sides cf the river are low ard well
graded which recuers unloading nanceflsary aa la Cm
Case at most other ferries.
So fears need be entertained astoii;!T'"i2"!',titirrr
this crossing, as everybody in tbis resign, on both siUee
of the river, is for tbe Culoa the s:ron2s-4t k.aJ.
Our charges too an Horn tie. hard times Hire lowsr
than at any ctber crossing.
Trsvelers from rnss to lows and to tie ?,t w::i ZzA
this tba ra.rn,t niut bout r'T 1 r.(wi
k. . A
JOmi O. DUESBH.
JIAIN STItEET, BROWNVILLE, N.T.,
' Tak pleasure in amor-.c'.r t iw and,
a large and select stock of every ati.ee ia bu l-ns,
Of all the Improve-t pattern, v!z: PTmtth
v Charter Oak, Valley Forse, Elevulea Oven,
4.C., 4c, 4iC,
Box and Psrlor Stoves of an endles variety, ome of
which are entirely rev deins, v!s . Comhtn4
Cook and Parlor Stve. soms'.iiiig
very nice for siuail families.
HEAVY SHEET IRON,
for SuQdr Boilett, and
LAncr: cast xno:; kettle,
from 3 lo22 ci'lons, C'-al and Lard Ol! Lamps
Bra, Copper, ami sheet iron ware
Lanterns. Shovels snd Japanned
Wars, Jo., e.
SELF-SEALItIG FRUIT CA::D!
1 have procnre'l the rfftht to Tnanufietnrs a Jie n
pie and improtcd solf-s?aling Pruu Can, to wjch Icait
tbe attention of ibe putiiic. I p'f '.e rry.r'.f to aell
these cans at as rair r?pi an-1 oa a acim.Toiatiiiic
terms as any ether establishment ia this re.ln of the
I am prepared topnt tra rotteTlng srtrj fronting, a-d
all other work of my lice at the shortest notice, and la
a workmanlike laancer, wbich I warrant to give satisfaction.
I pleije myself not to be nndane'i la the r;r
May 22, 1SS2, no45-t.
r At: -j .
"- 7 - ',
Men's Brogans, Ccpper Tee,
Kip and Course Boots, &c.,&c
OF IIATS'CAPH: .
' Shaker Hood's,
Ol Parsnins' Utensils:
1 : Forks, Plows,
. . Scythes, Snaths,.
- - - -shovels. Spades,
-;. ", . " Hoes, &c. &., &c. &c.
OF iiUfu OSIt : .
Clear and 2nd rate
Pine Flooring, Siding,
Boards 1, 1 1-2 and
. 2 Inches Ihick, .
Sash, Doors and Birad3.
Pin 5 Lath,
All Sizes Sa?h. -
All Sizs Doors.
All Sizes Blind3,
1st tlaatlty el Flonr $2.ZX ZzZ QaaU'.y $1.75.
TTe call the attetroa . f the pnblic to otr stock, as
our CASH TUitils enable us t sell low.
Tbiiukiul for past patronage, we solicit a continun?e
of the same.
LETT. STRICKLER & CO.
frown-rii le, July M, j5o3. n52-tf .
For eaatca ntsl tnjr, caa-sizti per Psahel.
yiour erch as god far Wheat, both t the iii! iM at
tcy store ia Browuville.
Plour, , sorts and Sran forsle at Ce iM
at the prtncinie store in BrowfTiiie.
MELV1N COAT .
Jan nary 24. 1SS2.
2,C00 Acres of Chn'ce Ltr: :,, titiatei ceT tho M s
sonrlKiver, ia RKharcT-oa au-1 yntnaha O'ca'-ies,
b'aska; aUo, ne two s.ry Brick E.lne.ve. v.o lair
8ure Uouse, with Warehtne a.'a"hl, a d 39 V '., in
the town of Browavuie, tt very low gnre sr l prt!y
oa time. Tl.M.. AlZlSluS,
BrownvilJa, Jane 10th. c'D-Cw
A CARD TO YOUa LADIIi ASI)
The snbrihei" w'J! scud (fr oreharro), t r.Jl
who desire it, tie Roc'pe au l diritlms f-r uts
eiaple Tt&tahl Dalui. thg will, ia fron t s ti
elbt daj'.removo Pinri,Er,l;rrrrrir,TiN, Fr.-;r.
1X3, SaLtOZ5J, and a!i irr:pari:s an-i r.-t.bses
of tbe Skia, leavirj ihs siz 3 iturs ir.jricl
itshood 9Vfitcinrftm' en lb'llti jr,. T l-' "!t
desirin the Rcipe, wki insTuction-!, .I'r. cti.-'ca
acia-lvico, will j Iead9 cj'.1 co or ad Ire? ( i.a r
... - TilOS. F. CHAPMAN. rr.nTcil C."'.
R'J I. C.-c-aJ K-ay, New Vor'r.
J.'J 1.. Dlr.ul,
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