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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1862)
Members of the Legislature
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CRY GOODS" AUD GROCERIES!
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FOR FALL TEADE
S5 employment. 5,00
.'IT REDUCED PRICES.
SATCKPAY, OCT. 25, 1SG2.
Legal Advertisements must, in tli eaces, be accompa
nied with the cash, or they will not be inserted. This
rule will, hereafter, tVstrictly adhered to.
Xj'O G 3L
ERr!i0 AGE5T, and Dealer
i Colored Inks -of. the Tiest Qna!
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MHi Street. Cbicapo, niaoi, ii oar
f is v'
the Aittrtitrr and armcr.
FPREGS KlIfAKK AO-
Brtmflway.-.Vew York,, are
'v . t.tt the ACremter and tanner.
.Tl - . .. . n
' ' jor. for - co..
T,ixo AorxTS. and Dealers in Ink and
'".terul of all kinds. OrBc-e Tribune Build'ng,
jnj "Brown's Irou Balding Philadelphia,
-T'lonred agent, for the AicertUer ami Tar-
I t. T - E. Church to-morrow at 10 1-2
i;Fer: A.G. White.
Cob. We are desirous to
, con- on subscription. We must
plr. Will nav
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lsh for if brought in a day or twc.
learn tl:at the seat in the Council,
Richardson and Pawnee counties,
really be contested. We have not
t the alledrred grounds for the con-
Tall Witeat. There -is. a larger
t-eadih of Fall Wheat sown this summer,
j.-jie-Territory, than has been any year
4njus. At present i: looks remarka
,' 1''- '
Tpe Lam"' Repositoicy, for October
is received- It is "publUhad under the
frn"jces of the M. E- Church, Cincinnati,
Oi.i0.and deserves a liberal patronage.
Ti.e encravmrrs are very fine.
Dailt News We occasionly receive
iccpycf aaily paper published at Ne
braska City. It is a difficult undertaking
a publish a daily paper in this Territory.
Tie people ef ISebraska City should sus-.
aai. ; ; "
The Continental Monthly for Novem
ba comes with the names of R. J. Wal
ler, Frederick P. "Stanton, with others, as
fcitors. This Magazine- is detertned to
Lve an extensive influence in moulding
Scarcity .or Labor. So many of the
citizen's cf Nebraska have gene and are
into the army, that we fpar those
rho are left will not be able ta gather
tie present bountiful crcp of corn, and
jfrform other necessary labor.
Old Winter. Yesterday we had a
fpecimen of genuine winter. It is seldom
we experience changes more sudden.
I Lait night it froze ice in nearly all the
? houses in town. It is feared that many
potatoes have been frozen in the ground.
To-day if biu'j fa:r to become warm and
Fjle Paters. We have loaned sev
eral papers whtch we are in -the habit of
flicj, and to which we frequently have
to refer. We do not remember in every
instance who borrowed them. . Several
copies of the N. Y. Tribune have been
missing for the last three months. We
iipe;' those having them will have the
liadness to return them immediately.
GiEDE.v or Fire Engine. We re
tired from W. H. Austin, a few weeks
iro. a Garden Enfrine. " It works to a
cbrm. Those nc ar town who.raise large
f-'dezis should not be without one. It
'would be invaluable during the dry spells
e frequently have in the summer, es
pecially where che garden was near a
Kream of water or a 'well. It would an
er -well also for a Fire Enfrine, It
throw water higher 0 an most of the
louses in our western towns. It costs
lata trifle. W:e would advise the City
Council of Brownville to purchase one
before auy more buildings are destroyed
tj Fire. '
Weather. The weather in the States
continues unusually fine for the season.
Heed for a mouth past it has been re
markably pleasant and favorable for out
door operations more so so than that of
ay corresponding period for many years.
has greatly facilitated the labors of
'e farm, and made some amends for the
fcsreity 'of help. The farmers, in the
S&tes are busily "engaged in -securing
their crops. Cum,, buckwheat, beans,
are good; and' being ' harvested in
condition. The tobacco crop is also
kisg; secured. 'Tobacco will pay well
is year, nd beans also. Corn is a fine
crop, anl trill mature, without injury in
.fcost localities. " . .
To Prescrrc Lamp Chimneys.
The cheapness of coat its brilliancy,
nd ufety renders it more, desirable for
""Wioaiinj purposes than" candles or
tcy other article ever before used. The
ptu drawback is the frequency, with
hicU- the chimneys are broken. The
blowing advice f rem' the Agriculturist
be.fosnd beneficial: ' .
. ae uho claims to hare . thoroughly
sted u, recommends to' toughen lass
chimneys, by putting them in luke
tnt water, heating the water to boiling,
then cooling slowly. " All glass-ware
r should b, baked in an oven and
cooled when-first made (called
. dealing.") If -this were neglected,
t.. bore operation may be beneficial
. ' gest, however, that the annealing
' best done, and be more lasting.
" Continuous. "if l-arc Krfnrp niiftinf
r1 temP, the wick be turned down
u&llv r. v., .v .:ii
;i uiai iuq ciiimucj win wui
80e tthiu slowly. Jgricvliurid.
The following is a list of the members
of the Council so far as we have learned
Richardscn and Pawnee David But
ler. Nemaha and Johnson T. R. Fisher.
Otoe J. C. Campbell and H. H.
Cass T M. Marqette.
Otoe and Cass James Doom.
Sarpy Henry T. Clark.
Douglass D, D. Belden, Jno. McCor
mac and J. B. Porter.
Washington E. A. Allen.
. Washington, Sarpy and Burt Frank
Dakotah A. H. Jackson.
..We have not a complete list of the
members vl the House.
Richardson Algewhar, Tinker and
Nemaha Johns, Crother, Skeen and
Johnson M. K. Cody.
Otoe Cowles, Wood, Sim, Boydston,
Seymour and Brown.
Douglas Lake, Pundt, Pyper, Gray,
Berkley and Hunt.
Washington Slader and Fletcher.
Sarpy Moscrip, Trumblo and Cle
burn. '. Platte John Bickley.
Dode Henry Campbell.
"FROTcTSr. SC RIVEN,
GENERAL ADVERTISING AGENCY,
IV O. 63 DEAEBORS STREET,
1.662. FALL TRADE. 1862
WEBER, WILLIAMS & YALE.
FURS, BUFFALO ROBES,
BUCKSKIN GOODS, &c,
LAKE STREET, CHICAGO, ILL.
We have nnw in Store for Fall Trade tne Larzest and
bt Aborted Stock in our line erer exhibited in tUi
Market, e-perially adapted to the wants or Dealer
from ill tecum) of the Northwest, and uugnrpaxxed in
vriMy and cheapness by any U be found WEST or
Merchants m-hn hav heretofore pnrchaed in other
Markets are especially inviiel to examine our stuck
tbis eaon. and ae asnred we are fully prepared aud
letertiiiuel to iell Goods a cheap, and on a favorable
terms as the best class of Houses in any Market.
OIIDEES WILL EECEIVE PKOMPT PEESOVAL
CASH PAID FOR RAW FURS,
Price List furnished by mall.
WEBEH, WILLIAMS & TALE.
Oct. 4 '62. nl2-3m
OF ALL KIKDS.
Also, Varehoase Trucks, Letter
FAIRBANKS. GREEULEAF & CO,,
172 LAKE STM CHICAGO,
t3"Rp careful, and hoy only tbe genuine.
June 12th. 183 u49-3m
SADDLERY 1 SADDLERY!
HavitiK recently made large additions t my stock,
SADDLKS, nARXE?S. BRIDLES.
OOLT.ARS. LINKS. WA(JON WHIPS. BUGCiT WHIPS,
OX LASUES. 1IOKSK LAS1IKS. STAiK LASUES,
STIRRUPS, LEATIIEhS. k., u:.
I think I can accommodate all in quaiitity. quantity
and price. I mork none but best Tanned Leatier,
and pet true it directly froui tanneries in Ohio, feei cub
tident n will give satisfaction.
Plasterer's Hair en Hand Cheap.
CASH PAID TOR HIDES.
3. W. MIDDLETOX.
September 13, 19G2. n9-ly
A CARD TD YOUXG LADIES AND
Tbe fubscritxr will fend (free of charge), tn all
. . . i . . i ' i r 1. 1
who desire it. me uecipe anM airecuons ior mumug
a fiinile Vry table Bnlm, that will, in from two Jo
eiirht dnv.rem.ve PlMPLFS.IJLOTCnEB.TAV, FRECI-
lej, Sallowxess, and all impurities and rou;rhnes
of the Skin, leaving the same as mature lntenaed
ituhoudbe n ft. clear, tmooth and beautiful. Thope
desiring the Uecipe, with full instructions, directions
and advice, wilt please call on or ad-ireee (with re
TUOb. r.vllArJiA. rracticai isnemtn.
831. Uroadway, New York.
May 22, 1S62. n45-2m.
THE IIAItr OF FItEEDOM.
How ready, a new and superior collection of 27
Anti Slavenr. Patriotic, and "Contraband" poiics.
solos, dueU, quartet?, and choruses. Most of the
Poetry and Music has been written expressly for
this work, to correspond with the tiuieM, and should
h Run br the million, in order to awaken a deep
interest in behalf of the ''Contrabands." whom God,
in his provident, has cast open the Free ..North to
clothe aud educate.
. .CONTENTS, IX PART.
"Fair Freedom's Mora has dawned at last:'
"Break the Chains, or the Emancipating Sword
Fremont is Marching on. or. Grr Halleluiah ;'
Oh ! Help the Contrabands;" "Old John Brown's
Sons:" "Sons of the 'Contrabands';' 0 Let my
IVnnl a "Parody on the Son-r of the "Contra-
hfln.'i' " "Where Libert Dwells is my country;'
When Slaverv dies there'll be Freedom;" "Wake
Frecmin.'Uod'bas spoken;" "Whittier's suppressed
Song of Freedom," etc.
lriee only 5 cents single, 50 cents per donen, 13
per iCO ; postage 1 eent.
. HOllACE WATERS, Publisher.
nU-ly 431 Broadway, New York.
SABBATn SCHOOL DELL NO. 2.
75,000 Copies Sold the First 12
. Montis of its Publication.
It is an entire New Work, of nearly 200 pages.
Many of the Tunes and Hymas were written ex
pressly for this Tolnme. It will soon be as popular
At its predecessor, (B!l No. I) which has run up to
the enormous number of 575.000 copies in36 months,
outstripping any Sunday &kool Book of its sise is
sued in this country. Also, both volumes are bound
in one to accommodate schools wishing them in that
form. Prices of Bell No. 2, paper covers. 15 cents,
$12 per 100. Bound.25 cent. 18 per 100. Cloth
bound embossed gilt, 30 cents, $32 perlOO. Bell .
1, paper covers, 12 oetta, $10 per 100. Bound 20
ctnu,$18 per 100. Cloth bonud embossed gilt, -5
rents, $20 per 100. Bells Nos. 1 and 2 bound to
gether 4ienLssv30 per hundred. 25 copies fur
nished at the 100 price. Goth bound embossed
gilt, 50 cents, 40 per 100. Mail postage free at
the retail prioe.
HORACE WATERS, Publisher,
n41-ly No. 491 Broadway, New York. .
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
Is receiTing, and will continue to receir during Uae
imiuser, on of
New York, Philadelphia and St Lbtis.
That has erer boen exhibited in the Weatern Conn,
try, embracing all the latest styles and novelties of the
umei. His stock embraces
Hats and Caps,
Boot and Shoe.
Door and Sash,
Glass and Putty.
Among bis Dry Goods will be found
Print, Ginghams Lawns. Dareges
Brown and Bleached muslins
Demees. Striped Sheeting. Cot
tonndes Hosiery, Gloves,
The Latest Styles Hoop
He has nrncli the Largest Stock
of QTJEENSWARE in the Upper
Ajrent for the Hannibal & St. Joseph Bail
Baod Packet Line of Steamboats.
May St, 1862. n46-tf.
Eeaper and Llower
Olxioag o, XIX.
Th eelehratffd maehlie is by all odds the BEST
GRAIN AND GRASS CUTTER IN THE WORLD.
N itwitbstaiMlinf: the Misrepresentations or those inter
esteU in other niachiues. 0. H.- ICcCormick h. Bro. man
ufaetuue at the rate of 6,000 per year, Many changes
have ben atTected during tbe past season, and (or 1862
tbe "McCortuicfc" is presented with greater attractions
than ever before. At a reaper,
TIIC ECOXOIIY OF POWEll
IK THIS MACHINE, ITS
Strength, Durability, and
(rive it preference over all others Kew bnprarements
added, have materially lessened the direct draught,
and so obviated the twfe drauebt that many iwure lis
that it does not now exist. Tbedrught of tbe Reaper
is so light that in numerous instances the lsrge four
horse machine is worked with but two horse.
Tbe Machine of 1662 will stand any teat that may be
applied. Our Guard and Patent Cleaner eifeciually
prevents choking, no matter what the condition of tbe
fcrass, wbiieour new divider point separates baldly
lodged and tangled clover or grass, where other nia
There is also a great advantage in our serrated sickle
edge over the smooth, as it does not require sharpening
so often, thus saving time. Our sickle will frequently
run through aa entire harvest without once grinding,
while tbe smooth edge must be ground once each day,
if not of tner. With a smoth edge the draught increase
as the knife becomes dull. Our draught is uniform,
aud in tbe repeated trials during tbe season or 1S60 61,
proved far liKhter than single Mowers, cutting at the
same time from twelve to eighteen inches wider.
Our Mower can be usod with or without the reel , this
Is important, as without the reel it weighs but about
In addition to the very liberal warrantee given to
all purchasers, we would say as heretofore, that farmers
who may desire it, are at liberty to work ocr machine
through the harvest, with auy o'ber, and kep and pay
for tbe one preferrel.
Pamphlets with full description of improvements,
testimonials, Ac, can be had by application to
THEO. HILL, Agent,
May 15, 1862. nso-if
JTJST RECEIVED AT PRICES
JOHN A. PONN
Is now' receiving and opening out his Spring
St.ck of Goods, eonsis ing of
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Iron and Nails,
Flour and Bacon,
Sash and Doors,
etc, etc., etc.
Which I will sell cheap for
CASH 0E PBODTCE.
examine my stock before purchasing
Brownville. April 24.18S2
. GUARDIAN'S SALE. - .
Pursuant to an order of the Pre bate Court of Ne
mah county, Nebraska Territory, made en tbe 27th
day of September, A. D. 18G2, the endersizned as
Guardian of llariah Elisabeth Welch, Ellen Wekh,
bamh Jane V elch and John Uenry W eleb, on Sat
urday, the 1 1th day of November, at the hoar of tea
o'clock, A. in front of the Post Office in Brown
villeJr said county, ill cifer for sale the following de
scribed lots or parcels ot land situate in said county,
to-wit: the northwest quarter oi the northeast
quarter of section no. 15, and the northeast quarter
of the southwest quarter and the northwest quarter
of the southwest quarter and the southeast quarter
of the southwest quarter of section do. 15 in town
ship co. 4, of racge no. 15, east, composing the Es
tate of William Welch, deceased, and belonging in
common to the undersigned and the aforesaid wards
as heiru of the aforesaid William Welch ; And aldo
the southwest quarter cf the northeast quarter of
section no. 15,' in township no. 4 of range lb, east
as the proerty of the said Sarah Jane Welch.
Terms of Sale: One half cash on sale and one
half in one year, secured by mortgage on the prem
ises. . ANICU WELCH,
October I8th, 1S62. nU-3w-$S.20 Guardian.
PRO HATE NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that Leri Johnson, Admin
istrator of the estate of Uenry IToover, deceased,
has applied to the Probate Court for an extension
of time to make final peltlemect of said estate.
Said application will be for bearing on the 20th
day of October, 1862, at 2 o'elock P. M..
Witness my hand and official seal this 24th day of
September, 1862, C. T. WHEELER,
nll-3w-$2,00 Probate Judge.
Notice is hereby given that I have appointed
Monday, the 20th day of October. A. I). 1862,
at 10 unlock, A. x. for hearing the final, settlement
of William li. Philips, a. Administrator of the es
tate of John Noyes, deceased.
Witness my hand and official seal, this 24th day
of September, 1862. C. W. WHEELER,
nll-3w-$2,00 Probate Judge.
Notice is hereby given that Wednesday, the 17th day
or November, A. I)., 1862, is tbe time set for bearing
and adjusting claims against the estate of W. C. Keal,
deceased, late or the county r Ptwnee, Nebraska Ter
ritory. H. G. LOKE, Probate Judge.
Pawnee City, Ang. 27, 1862. n8-12w-6,C0
Alfred Opelu District Court Nemaha County
vs Nebraska Territory.
Hugh Brownlee, J
lly virtue of an order of sale to me directed in
the above entitled case, I will on Saturday, the 8th
day of November, 1862, between the hours of 10
o'clock a. m.and 4 o'clock p. nx., of said day, at the
door of Den's Hall in Brownville, the place where
the enid court was last he'd, for said Nemaha county,
offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder, for cash
in hand, the following described real. estate, to-wit:
north half and southwest quarter of the northeast
quartet of section number 24, in township number
4, north of range number 15, east of the 6th prin
cipal meredian, in Nemaha county. Nebraska, ta
ken as the property of Hugh Brownlee to satisfy
said demand. J.W. COLEMAN, Sheriff.
Brownville, September 27. nll-5w-$6.
Stephen F. Nuckolls, plaintiff, vs. The Nemaha Val
ley Bank ; Stetson L. Swan, astignee of I T White;
Isaac T. White and William Iloblitzel!, partners as I.
T. White & Company; Benjamin R. Peg rani and Samu
el B. Riddle, partners as B. 11. Pegrain 4t Company ;
Samuel E. Rogers and Renjamin B. Barkalow, part
ners as Rogers and Barkaluw; William Hoblitzell;
GurJoEiU. Wilcox; EhshaB. Smith, William B. Hoo
ver, Agent or the County or Nemaha, Nebraska, and the
County or Nemaha. Nebraska, defendants.
Each and all of the above named defendants will take
notice that on the 17th day or September, a. D., 1862,
the said plaintiff Stephen F. Nuckolls, filed a petition
in tbe District Court or Nemaha County, Nebraska, on
tbe Chancery side tbereor, wherein they are made par
ties defendants. The object and prayer or said petition
is to obtain a decree for the sale or the following des
cribed piece or land, lying in the city of Brownville, In
said county of Nemaha, to-wit :
The eastern portion or Lot number one, n Block
number one, as laid off and described in theRecoid Piatt
or said city, beginning at the North East corner of said
Lot, am' running tbenco Went twenty feet, tnence
South seventy feet, thence E.ist twenty reet, thence
North seventy reet. to the plane or beginning, and the
building therein situated ; and to apply the proceeds
r such sale to the payment or a Judgement obtained by
the said plaintiff against the said Nemaha Valley Bank
at the April term, A. D. 1859, or this Court. Plaintiff
also seeks to debar and fomlose each anda'.I of said
de;endants of all. right, title or interest they may have
or claim in or to tbe said premises. Each of said de
fendants is required to answer under oath the allega
tions or said petition on or before the 3J day of Novem
ber, A. J 18t2. . - E. W. THOMAS,
n. M. ATKINSON.
n!0-4w-$9,25 Attorneys for lamtiff.
WHERE DID YOU GET THOSE
J. BERRY & CO'S.,
THE VERY CHEAPEST HOUSE IN
J. BERRY & CO.,
Have Just received, and are now opening, at their
stand on Main street, one of the largest stocks ot
ever offered In tbis market. Remember the place,
J. BERRY & CO'S.,
. 2NJ"o. XX, IWTnlaa. street,
BROWJfVILLE, N. T.
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' JOHN C. DUESSR,
MAIN STREET, BROWNVILLE, N.T.,
Takes pleasure In announcing that he has now on hand,
a large and select stock of every article in his line,
Of all the improved patterns, vii : Plymouth R.ck,
Charter Jak, Valley Forge. Elevated Oven,
Ac, ice, Ac,
. HEATING STOVES,
Box and Parior Stores of an endless variety, some ef
which are entirely new designs, viz : Combinod
Cook and Parlor Stove, something
very tice 'or small families.
I CALL ESPECIAL ATTENTION" OF
FARMERS TO MY
HEAVY SEET IRON,
for Sugar Boilert, and
LARGE CAST IROS KLTTTILES,
A VARIETY OF CHEAP
LAED AND COAL OIL LAMPS
Brass, Copper, and sheet iron ware;
Lanterns. Shovels and Japanned
Ware, & 3., &c.
SELF-SEALING FRUIT CANS!
OF tbe latest and most improved Stjles, cheap
I am prepared to put up guttering and spouting, and
all other work of my line at the shortest notice, and in
a workmanlike manner, which I warrant to givo satis
faction. August 2,1862.
Sues Stone Mills,
- (FOR FARMERS AND MILLERS,)
A X D
TOOK TEN FIRST PREMIUMS at Westeex
Stati Fairs last year, and are justly considered
superior to all others. The mill mnj be driven by
krrrte, water, or team jiotcer, does its work a, well as
the flat stone mills in milling establish menu, and
requires but oue-lalf the votcer to drive the largest
sixes. They are very compart, perfectly simple, and
for farm use will last THIRTi YEARS, and cost
NOTHING for repairs.
Prices-$100. $140, & $170.
Flour Bolt for smallest Mill $j0 extra.
THE HORSE POWEJS
Tlas proved itself to be the best ever invenrni.
The friction isreduced by IKON BALLS, so arranged
in all the bearings, that the whole weigh", of the
eastinjrs runs upon them. THREE POUNDS
DRAUGI1T, at the end of a ten feetlevor. will keep
the power in motion ! thus permitting the entire
strength of the horse to be used on the machine to
be driven. 0 E Horse will do as much work on
this power, as two on the endless Chain Power. IT
IS PORTABLE, and may be used in the fifld as
well as in the house. More than T WENT V-FIVE
PER BENT of horse flesh is saved over ant cthkH
now in use. It is simple in construction, and out
liable to get out of o.der.
Price of power for 1 to 4 horses $ 1 25
Price of Yower for 1 to 4 horses 175
The $125 Power will drive any Threshing Machine.
Every Machine ii guaranteed to give satisfaction, or
the tnonev will be refunded.
B. F. Giiffik, Manhattan. Kan.
Gents. With two horses on your Anti-friction
Power, we drive your NX I Mill, grinding 15 Bush
els OF CORK TER HOUR, and cut a large quantity of
hay at the same time. I have never seen a power
that runs with so little friction, aud consequently
with so little strain upon the horses.
W. P. COOPER,
Supt. 13th & 15th St. Pass. R. R. Co.
Closter, N. J.. Jan. 23, 182.
Messrs. Benket Brothers, Gent3. I am very
much jdeased with the Power. It runs easier than
any other Power in this vicinity ; and with tbe same
horses will do nearly, or quite twice as much work.
I run my Thresher at 1.5U0 revolutions per minute,
and a 24 inch Cross-cut Sav, at 1.200 revolutions.
Yours truly. PETER J. WHITE.
I-ON ALL ORDERS RECEIVED BEFORE
OCT. 1st, 1362, THE FREIGHT WILL BE PRE
PAID TO CHICAGO. OR AST OTHER PORT
ON LAKE MICHIGAN.
J3"Liberal discount tc dealers. Agents wanted.
State, County, and Shop Rights for sale.
For further information send stamp for Illustrated
Circulars to BENNET BROTHERS,
42 and 44 Greene-St., New-York.
August 9th. ISfil, n4-:im
WHO SELLS THE CHEAPEST
GOODS IN BROWNVILLE?
r i? t
SELLS THE CHEAPEST GOODS
WHERE IS IT THAT YOU PUR
CHASE THOSE FANCY
WTHERE DO YOU BUY YOUR
CHEAP MUSLINS ?
i I I M V '
SELLS THE CHEAPEST BOOTS
AND SHOES IN THE WEST.
ALSO THE FINEST HATS
KEEPS ON HAND.
IS THE PLACE TO TRADEHE
TAKES YOUR PRODUCE. AND
PAYS THE HIGHEST
PRICE FOR HIDES,
DON'T FORGET THAT
Sells the BEST and CHEAPEST
In fact DEI? sells Everything that
is u&exui, unssp ana uooo.
HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL
6LAIZER AND PAPER HANGER-
BROWNVILLE. X. T
Hats, Boots and Shoes.
I have jost received a New Supply ut Bats, Boots and
Shoes, which I will sell cheaper than they were ever
offered here before. Call aud see me.
BrewnTiile, April 10, 1152 ntO-tl.
S15 E 4CH.
Oiir Jfacbine perfect in its Mechanism. It Is leas
liab'.e to get out ot order than axy other. Diplomas
have been awarded it over the Grove.- A Baler aud other
high priced Machines. ,
Onr Machine tes a straight needle, and will "TOEIC
WITH ALL KlXkS OF THREAD, Silk or lion, maiug
an elastic seam, free Iroui liabilities to break in wag
ing and U the BEST and CHEAPEST iUchine in use.
Our Machine will DEM. FELL. STITCH. QriLT and
BIND, and will sew ou all kindjor jtood, from the finest
Swi Muslin to the Coarsest Woolen, working with ease
through .evera! ihiLknesoes of thick W .-r-len Clo;h
ALL MACUIXES ARE WARRANTED .
If you want a Good Machine, and not hare it
Cost you anything, write tons, as
we want the Machine tested
in every neighborhood
in the United
EMPLOYING AGENTS! .
We will give a commission on all goods sold by our
azeuts, or we will pay wages at
FIFTY DOLLARS PER I.IOITTE
and pay all necessary excuse. F;r particulars ad
dress C1IAS. EUGCLSS. Airent.
Aug. 16th. n5-yly Detroit, Mich.
HAIHJF ACTUEING G0MPAITY.
DO YOU W.VM
STEAM EXGIXES Oil E0ILERS
PATENT SUGAR CANE MILLS,
PATKNT STEAM COIL KVAPOkATORS,
PATENT FIRE EVAPORATORS,
PATENT STAMP MILLS,
PIKE'S PEAK OU LAKK SUPERIOR.
SEND FOR CIRCULARS,
With Cuts, and Descriptions. Prices, etc., etc.
SAW MILLS FLOURING MILL.
AND MACniERr OF ALL DKSCRIPTION.
CtTSEND FOR CIKCri.AltS.j5
P. W, GATES, President.
N. B. Agents wanted everywhere. Chicago
llm IV. FL'KXAS, AGENT,
Or whom Circulars a.id detailed information can be
March 20, 1S62. f nC7-lyl
A Practical Guide to Health and Vigor.
THE NEW GYMNASTICS,
r o a
LIEN, WOMEN &. CHILDREN,
With a tramlmtion of Prof. Klou't Dumb Bell Iit
Uructor, and Prof. Schreber't Pangymnatukon.
BY DIO LEWIS. SI. D.,
Proprietor of the Essex Street Gymnasium, Boston.
With Three Hundred Iliuxtrations. One i'ol. I'Zmo.
No recent Masazine-paper has excite nore general
interest than the ariicle in the Aufunt Atlantic, on
"The New Gyniuastnis.'' The present wjrk is a com
plete exposition ot the sjsteaa of which that article
gave a synopsis.
Tbe author of this work has bern for many years en
gaged in te ichitie Gymnastics. Tne book describes and
illustrati uis New System of Physical Training. Tbif
system hs tad the prtctical test of long and varied
use. It comprises exerc ses with Dumb Bells, Rum.
Wands, Clubs, etc., all of which are made perfect !
clear by full explanations, while many are illustrated
by pictorial representations of the position of the bi.dy
required to perform them.
The Dumb Bell Instructor, connected with this wrk.
isotthe higliest interest and importance, it i de
signed for home ue, aud gives a great variety of Dumb .
Bell Exercises, together with a carefully-selected pro
gressive, series for every-day practice.
xne rangymnasuKou is a very simp.e, uerui. ana
cheap piece of gymnastic apparatu, upou which a! 1
gymnastic exeicises may be performed, aud which can
be introduced, at small cost, into any private house.
It is fully described and illustrated in this volume.
The "New Gymnastics" sbould be read in every fam
ily in the land where exercise is valued as a means of
health. Ladies, especially, will And in it a great va
riety of Easy, Simp.e. and Invigorating Exercises, all of
which may be practised in ther own homes.
Ej"Kor sale by all booksellers, or sent vostpat & to
any adlress, ou receiptor One D ll.r, by the publishers.
T1CKNOR A FIELDS,
135 Washington Street. B jston.
THE DAY SCHOOL BELL.
TIIE DAT SCIIOOL BELL. A New Singing Bok
or Day N:bools, cailed the Dav School Bcll. is nw
eady. It contains about SOOjNge. of clicice SoiiZi, So
s, Rounds. Catches, Duets, Trios, Quartets and Chv
roses, many of them written expressly for tbis work.
besides 32 pajies of tbe Elements or uiumc. Tbe Ele
ments are so ea.-y nd progressive that orumary teach
ers will find themselves entirely successful in instruct
ing even young scholars to slug correctly ai.d scicntid-
cally. while the tune and words embraces such a vari
ety of lively, attractive, and soul surma music and
sentiment ttiat notruubie will be experienced in indu
cing all becicners to go on with zeal in acquiring skill
in one of tr-e mint heaith-giviLg, beauty ltuproviug,
happiness ie;dj:i, and order producir.c exercise ot
school iife. In simplicity of its Elements, in variety
and adaptation of music, and in excellence and number
of its s'iig, ui initial, selected, and jrUited, it cUna
by much io e.icei all competitors. It will le foniid to
be the best bH t ever issued for Seminaries, Academies.
ind Public Schools. A tew sainpie paze -of the ele-
nents, tunes and somrs are given in a circular; send
aud get one. It is compiled by Horace Waters, author
of "Sabath School Bells." N s. 1 aiwl 2, winch have bad
the enormous sale of 656.000 copies. Price p.per
cov?r 20 cts., $15 per hundred; bound 3D cento-. $
er hundred ; cloth bound, embossed Kilt 40 cent 430
per huiidrel. 25 copies furnished at the one baaureu
price. Mdiled rrefc at the retail price.
NOTICES OF TIIE PRESS.
The Day School Bell. The luues are lively, an'
such as may be easily mastered by children. The spirt
of tbe solids is unexceptionable and well udapie t to the
schoolroom. It is the cheapest a,n I anions tbe best
conipencls of school iuumc published.-Ai-p York
Day School Bell This book is eminently adapted
to use in our common schools.
We have a gi eat number of school song books before
the public, but many or theui lack musical as well as lite
rary taste, aud are really demoralizing in their influ
ence upon the musical talent of the young. Airs or ac-
knowlecged excellence, wedded to words of true poetry
are tbe qualities that ought to he sotizht with the great
est care in the preparation ot a school song book. Tcis
book seems to combine these two qualities renntji
vania School Journal.
Publisned by HORACE WATER3.
n41-ly No. 4S1 BroaJay, New York.
KALE OE FEMALE,
LLOYD'S NEW STEEL PLATE COrNTT COLOEED
MAP OF THE UN 11 ED STATES,
CANADAS, AND NEW BRUNSWICK.
From recent surveys, completed Aug. IU, 1S62; cost
$23 COO to engrave it and one year's time.
Snperior to a::y $10 map ever made by Colton or
Mitchell, and seits at the low price of fifty cents; 37 U, -
000 names are engraved on tbis map.
It is not uniy a County Map. but it is also a
COUNTY AND RAILROAD MAP
of the United Staes and Canada combined in one, giving
EVERY RAILROAD STATION
and distance between.
Guarantee any woman or man (3 to $5 per day. and
will take back all maps that cannot be sold and refund
Bend for $1 worth to try.
Printed Instructions bow to canvass well be furnished
alt our agents.
Wanted Wholesale Agents fsr enr Slaps in every
State, California. Canada, England, France and Cuba
A fortune may be made with a few hundred dollars
capital. Ifo competition. J. T. LLOYD,
No. 1M Broadway, New York.
The War Department uses our Siap of Vircinia, AX .ry
land. and Pennsylvania, cost SIOOOOO, on which Is
marked Middletown. Maryland Uehu, Williamsport
Ferry. Millbrook Mills. Noland's Ford, and all others
on tbe Potomac, and every other place in Maryland,
Virginia, and Pennsylvania, or money refunded.
PRICE 25 CENTS.
From The Tribune, August 2.
"Lloyd's Map of Virginia. Marytand, and Pennsylva
nia. This Map is very Isrge; ascitis but 25 ceuts,
and U th but which can. be purchased. al2 i3-3t
FRUIT AM) OKNAJIEXTAI. .TUEES.
300. COO Apple Trees, 4 years oil, $3 per hnodred $60
75.000 Stands rd Pear Trees, 2 to J years old, $25 per
hundred, 3230 per thousand.
2UO00 1 year old Diana Grape Vine.. $15 per hundred
$100 per thousand.
160 ooo Standard Pear Grapes, $5 per hundred, 5.V)
These Pear Grafts, ii.t beinx hulkv, cm be tranrrt-
ed cheaply, and by growing twt. ytars vul make nd i
sized trees to plmt iii an orchard. Any n ca-i ;r ri
tbeir m. ney by gi.wi: them to se'.i. S?ud ivi WVj'-
saie and Descriptive Catalogue.
n. Moony i so v.
n3i ;m Xsfiara Xcrfc.ies, icckrt, X. T,
isricultnnil Caa'-drcn aid Stcsr.er.
FOTi SALE 221 and 21 Sutj Wat-r g
Til T l - rr
v.u'ca-o au. t nwrs, w om1 f .55, Coal stapU
sizes ether S!J! in pr.prti..n. wi h freight aiWI
from fjc.ory in Xij-w York t Chu-ajo.
ThenJv.utajr8of cjoked over raw f.jfxl 'n aJmit
ted by all. The old wav of boiling in kettles is b,.t It
slow and expensive, so mnch so Uht but few me .!
it. r5oinethin?morepractu al inuit be Lad. Sieaiu
seemes to be the only alternative. The Patents
has reiaind all the aiivantncs of the Fortaole Cl
dron far boiling, and devised mans of generating
steam luficient for ali r.iins". It is siuirle acd
pracUcul, and proves PERFECT SrCCF.Srf.
TV. 11. AlSTl-Y,
Sole a-nt fur Llinbis an.1 North-West,
221 & 223 3. Wat?r St.. Cbicap.
Where will also be found Donrs A C Deep U'ell
Pumps, Fere Ci.'derns, Chain and Common 'Well
Pumpd, Thimble Skeins and Sd Irons, as well as
every variety of Farming Tool. Cat Iruu Corn
Shellers, Feeii Hills, Hay and Platform Scales.
Stoves Ac. The above will be sold on accrual of
the nwuufaoturers. at their reype ctire faotory jrices
adding freight to this place.
January 1862. tf 1
Warranted Garden Seeds
E1XNDEX, K0EMG & CO.;
(Late Jobs Garkett A. Co.,)
No. 66 North Second Street, above Pice,
ST. XjOTJTS, MO.
OfTer for sale at very low figures, a larxe and wall
assorted stock or Agricultural aud Horticultural Imple
ment, comprising everyibi:)g necessary to the Farniar,
together with a large and Ire&h suj ply of
Lar.dretli's Celebrated Garden Seeds,
crop or iwt,
For which they are the sole ngenta. Their friends can
rely upon getting from- them ds that are no only
pure but true to name in every Instance. Also fl?td
seeds at lowest market rate Chinese Sugar Caue seed,
Tubacco seed. Top Onions. Ac,,&.c. Dealers tn seeds
would do well to send theni their crders.
Snd for Almanac and Ii;utrated Csta'nrne gratis.
BLl'KDKN, tOliNlG i. CO.
March 6, 1862. nS5 ly
Tho most simple, durable, convenient and economical
article ever invented for the purpose.
Will di the washing of an ordinary family before
breakfast, not only savibg time, tut clothe...
By strictly followingthe printed directions, which are
simple and eisy, it will ah, at one ttma, six shirt.,
or two dozen small article, in about iit or tevrn min
uUs, or their ejcivalent.
By all the ordinary methods of cleaning tine far-rics..
such as laces, Ac, the greatest care is required, while
with this machine the most delicate arucle can be
wa-ted without the p-jssibllity of Utiiaxe
These results are produced by the constant reaction
the suds while the machine is in niotim.
of Families, lati&dries, lx;ei, boarding-houses. ho?lt
al1!. a-y!uun, htiardina-schools, on sbipt. ami steamer.,
and in the army, who have these maclut n ue, have
sent in their testimonials voltintarWIly, and the onci
miums of the Press are very numerous, some of which
I have publisned In pamph let form.
AH I a.-k of the Public is a careful examination ot
tbis machine before pnrcbaainc of others.
General Depot 119 Broadway, corner Canal St., New
Pries enly Ten Dollars.
PHILIP FF.XNCil, Proprietor.
A-l.iress box 2S33, N. T. City P. O.
N. B. A liberal di-nant to the Trade. Agent
wanted. Send for a Circular.
E. H. BURCHSS,
I have long since been co ivinrd of .the want of a Srst
clas Nur.ery in the West, w he-e
TREES, SHRUBS, FLOWERS, fcc.
Can be adapted to onr climate BO't soil. In view of
these facts, 1 have established a this place, and offer
for sale at
Wholesale or Ketail,
A large and well selected stock, suittd to this climate, '
Apples, standard and dwarf ; Pears, standard and dwarf ;
Cherries, standard aud dwarf ;
Peaches, Plums, .
Evergreens, ,Sarub. -
Oreeohonse and Bedding Plants', etc.-e'-c.
To which I wwold ber lave tootllthe airemion of the
psie o( Nebraska, Raoas, Cvlarado, Iowa and Norvh
IJiy terms will be as low as any reliable easterul
By purchasing of me tho expense of transportation
front tne east can be saved. -
All tiees and plaiit. are carefully labeled an.', packed
in the best manner, for wuicli a charge of tbe actual cost
will be made. No charge will be made for tbe Jeiivury
j of packages on board steamboats.
Ail commuiiicationi. addrewea to the sndersigued
will receive pruu.pl atteniiou.
March, 1S0J. E. II. BITECIIIS.
Okra or Gnmho Seed.
The bett substitute for Coffje prepared In the same
manner a Coffee. Package of seed by mail at 1'J cts.
each. Each packaze contain seed euoi.h to raise a
sppply for an ordinary family.
Send orders to H. A. TFEET.
n38-tf Crescent City, Iawa.
100 of tbe most severe BATTLE SCEX12S arid
incidents of the War. now readj, six x"M inches,
highly colored.cn fine heavjpper, Sent pot-paid,
20 forl,0, orJ4 per lbO. To agents and thetradw
no better omxirtuiity was ever oSered.
Addre.s HENRY li. AX.SON,I'riatIVi;isher,tc.t
43 State Street, liwton.llass.
R MOODY & SOU,
LOCKPOR.T, N. Y..
WTiolesoie and Eetail Dealejs in Pruit,
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
ATTD SITBUBS AI7D
STOCIiS FOR srnsERYMi:
TIIL CONFfSIONS AVI EXPERI
EXCE OF A SUFFERER.
Published as a warning, and for the especial bene
fit cf Yoang Men and those who suSVr with Nervous
Debility, Loss of ihmory, Premature Decay, Jto ., Ac ,
by one of those who has eared nims-iif by simple
means, after being put to great expense snd incon
venience, through the nw oi worthless medines
presnibed by leaned Doctors.
Single oopies ni;iy be bnd cf the author, C,A.
LAMLEUT,Esq Gre?npoint, Long I!and,by enelos
ini; a T-t-paid addressed envelo;. Ad-lrexs
CUAHLKS A. LA1IBEILT, Ej., GreecpoUt, Un
Island, X. T.
May 22, 1S2. n4-2m.
30 VARIETIES STRAWBERRIES.
Amo'nr; which re Wilson's Albsry, $1 per 100 tr
1ft rr IMIWI. lorn I tn.l I f.0 I ll'l . Trii.tr; tl a
de'Gand, $2 per 1)0 ; Ikston Pi.ie. Iloveys Seediin,
Hookers, black Prince, ilay Queen and 2j uthc-r
kinds at $1 per 130.
Plants of liandolph Pise Sprinly nf lfC3 at 2
AuC. I31. XEMAITA NURSETiY. .
"t-i .r -i z r ? zr. "zr
ii or Diue at. xjarguiiio.
Two No. t Shuttle Emt4r- Sewiiie M.uines.
One Frat kiin Fumiiy Sewinat M. Inue.
Two Horace Wt'er' Mio.lioo.s. .
Two F etb's C-liic-I Wa.-hiilZ 11 oh
II f IP. VT.- Gates it Go's -S..ir Car 1'IU
! F,vat-.' a'ers.
1 As:y a: tbe AJv-irtit-r and rar B.t
1 ville. Xrali4.
Ml.- It A.
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