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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1862)
Trniur. dec. r.. ism.
. . t;,.u r.onm for anything in
ber of our paper except the Pres-
C mcWse-- Several letters and
rricaticns were crowded out to
I The rrcsldents's Message.
' - :,, rirer was ever looked for
I ..Ccre 'anxiety than the preheat mes
3 f rodent Lincoln. We have
"r -a fr comments.. It is received
Approbation ly nearly all classes.
t iV.m niot radical Democrats
iline or tiit
i - rii-hardron cf Illinois are dis-
i m cciu-re it, but oiLers, more
f :;crUjve. tbotigh they may not en-
lcffl.ll it contains, -console themselves i
,Ye 1' litf lhat it not please
till 1 t
.e radical R'TU' 'icans- The Prusident
T 'r.iri!v very decidrdly of the
'. ,i iV,-' Vnion can he permanently
3 n tn " 1
V. r- ,,!''v '5" jmaiirHa,i',n' 1' aP
r .- ! - envii'ivrif-n, to ca.t aidv
:;:id unite in n.aking the sc-,
.. r. ,7 ; ff, ! 1
.5(.jj5((CM:iy W I l I 'HI. .V- U JllJ j
j ' c f:r..,.,ii nrvasirm. are m:ide !
.l n'lic'i earnesine?s and are evi-
'ntlv Lt. irif elt, that they irannot fail
v, have a tremendous influence upon the
viid the people wherever it is read,
bn the 4-uet-tiun of slavery he concludes
In jrivirz freedom to the slave we in
L.:e la-(.; in to iLe fr;e. Honorable
lake in w'hat pive and what we pre
i-rve, W s-1 :;i 11 iiclly save or maiily
i.T$eil.e last leM hope of earth. Oilur
iearin-r.y tucceed, thi cannot fail. The
j.av U plain. ! a.-eful, generous and just ;
iy uhich, if followed, the world will
-flai, atid God must forever bless."
! The News.
j TLcre is a report in town this morn
r r. said to have been received by tele
graph, to the etlect that a great battle is
hw racing at Fredericsburg. That city
bid to be burned.
I If the report proves true, we will pub
Mi an account of the battle in an extra,
i soon as we receive it. " Also a more
I-U account of the bailie at Fayetteville
In another place we publ ish Gen.
Tiuut's ofheial report of a battle at Crane
;I;lI,.m which he repulsed the enemy.
He inainitintd his position at Crane Hill,
i point About twenty miles southwest of
fayeueville, Ark., until Saturday night,
tn-aiting.'.he reinforcements under Gen.
lerrnn. liy this ti e the enemy had
fartialy effected a flank movement, and
litem p ted to jrprist Gen. Herrou le
V.veeu Tiiyetteville, and Crane Hill. But
iy callant fjgting he held them iu check
h il'BlJnt came up and attacked thcin
nthe rear. The fight continued desper
:ie till dark on Sunday night, when the
i at try retre'ated. The loss on our side
1: aVuut six hundred, .while the enemy
!jirovcr cne , timpani?. Few prisoners
rere taken cn cither side. One batte
7 kl ijiziucr to the enemy was twice cap
.:rtd, atid as often retaken. Therebe
v.ere commanded by Hiniman, Frost,
ihrson? and Rains, and consisted of the
.:'.tvcr of the rebel trans-Missitsippi ar-
j-.y. Mo.-t of the fighting on our iidt
? v.as il.nc ly Herron's? soldiers, composed
c'. c. u irum Visconsin, Illinois and Io-
!.n.e Nt rk Heralds Harper's
.Terry Jipach says that Gru-ral Geary. J
iih in antry. tvvt lve f.i-?ces o: ar-
tilery, and oOO hwudn dVavylry, mar bed
3D Wujiherter on the 3d, and 1 mandti'
turrtnder, 'which whs complied with.
pf ('pl,. exhibiting many signi of joy
at ii ii arrival.
! II- r. pons to Gen. Slocum, having
'-'tllarper,& Ferry on the 1st, met the
tuy! cavalry uj)d-r White, Hender
and liaylor, at Charlestown, routing
"Jftii : marched into Brryville ih faiiif
vtuin ; aain met the enemy and drew
-him into a trap, and killed five and woun
JCci! eighteen. The tame night bivauacked
J'irte miles beyond IVrryville. Our
! "cops captured one hundred horses and
' "iuis, and several wngou loads of flour
! ; If longing to the rebel army. At Win-
' tester he took twenty-five rebels, who
j were unuhle to escape. They were pa
polled. Seventy-five conscripts claimed
IL'UL IIUU. UlilLU Mill IZiaUlCU. A JVC u
: ; our own prisoners were released- Our
iii.!v loss was one man tliuhtlv wounded.
! Grenada, Mississippi, has been taken
j: yihe 1 ederals. uen. u rant now nas
splendid army, and though no great
Wde has been fdugi-t, he is gaining
fround every day. The're is reason to
litve that both Jackson, "and Vicksburg,
be abandoned -before the first of Jan-t-urr.
Three cr four regiments' of soldiers
f'oni Ohio wwre caprured in Middle Tea-
Itfsee last week.
In Cui.tcc tKrrp lir.s rs vet "been but
done. The bill for the admision
Western Virginia, which passed the
Ht2'.e Vi seion, is now before the
j Jii-'1. Kt-wspaper corrcspcridents from
4 I IlO ry, .1 t . MM:...
'i 'braka as well -as seven:! ether!
rrjiorjf v:u 'tj admitted this wider.
A till is before Congress to indemnify
lke rretidi?a for arrests made during- the
A 1:11 was introduced by Davis, of Ky.,
10 provide for an amendnient cf tie Cod
n'tution wiih regard to the electicnpf
Extokcing City Ordinances. As
the Mayor has decided u enforce the
ordinance for the observance of the Sab
hath, would it not also he well to do
something to prevent thoughtless boys
from "breaking ihe peace," by disturb
ing private residences at night, breaking
open doors, ringing doer-bells, and other
mischief. There is of late considerable
complaint made of one or two boys for
misbehavior in this respect. , "
Dispatch from lien. Elurit to Gen.
Headquarters cf Jirmyof the Frontier.
Crane Hill, Ark., Dec, Q.
The enemy, twenty five thousand
strong, yesterday attempted a force my
position, but their advance was driven
back into the mountains.
This morning they made an attack upon
my outposts, upon two roads; on one of
them driving in my pickets about three
miles. Upon being reinforced they
again drove the enemy back.
It is my opinion that the demonstra
tion this morning was designed to cover
, their retreat, as they were t Vllin?
opin-jdunn? "h entire iiitjht, proatdy
truct the road and prevent my t.ruiljrv
ui d cavalry following them.
I hnve t.ft-n l.'(ldni them in chrck
tour tlrys, determined to hold my poaiiiou
ull rvitiiurtemeiits could an;ve. Gen.
Iirri.iii iiiivinrM r:v;iir' n-:l! runli Kupj
' ' 1 I'll-' UU.UU' ....... .. . . , "111 I' MV u iiv. i
l" and 1 exp-.tt his whole cm-
manti tu reaca here tu-!ii,.rtuv ii.ltui.
Signed, GEN BLUNT.
Nrw York, D-c. o, 1SG2. The ar
my correspondent t the Times, ssaysthe
result of Burn?ide's interview with the
President, is, that he will be let alone,
and allowed to follow out his own'plans
in his own lime and way, free from dic
tation from any bur'au at Washington,
and confident that he will have from the
government all the assistance -that he
The Tribune has the following from
. Dr. 'Barney, a citizen of Baltimore,
was Teeently taken by rebel pickets near
Centerville, and forwarded to Richmond,
lie has since stated that he went in the
way for the express purpose of being
captured. Whiie in Richmond, where
he has numerous acquaintances, he had
frt (lueut interviews with members of the
Confederate Cabinet, and was admitted
into many secrets of the rebel program
me. When the time arrived for his depar
ture North, he was sent ly J. P. Benja
min, who handed him letters addressed
Governor Stymour of New York, Fer
nando and B n Wood, Va'dandingham
and Cox of Onio, aud Bayard of Dela
ware, Reverdy Johnson of Maryland,
and a number of other noted Democrat
ic leaders in the North and border slave
Iu the verbal instructions given to Bar
ney, ne terms were a?ktd for. Souther
ners tdd him they wouid consent to no
terms. If not admitted mto the Union
again as equals they would not come in
at all. What they a.k is the granting
ut an amnesty to all the milhtary and
civil b uders of the re! ell on, so that an
elec.ion for members of Congress can
be had during the coming winter, and
thai body be called together at least as
early as April.
Gen S;g 1 has demand rd a court of in
qiry to investigate the charges and im
putations of Gen. Pope's letter to Hal
leck. The situation of the army is unchang
ed. The pickets for five miles above,
along the rher, are very friendly. Yes
terday, three of the enemy's pickets be
longing to an Alabama regiment, came
across the river and talked for an hour
They endeavored to trade for tea and
cofiee and overcoats. Two other rebel
soldiers forded in si'ht of their pickets
and gave themselves up as deserters.
The lebl force across the nver is sup
posed to be ah -ut 80,000.
G' U. Scott, in the National Intelligen
cer briefly and finally replies to B ionan-
m. saying that he han t any resentment
o trauty. but to vtuwi a ie th ' jusiioe unu
ruin oi nisu.ry is paramount. He insists
and shows that c-rtain Southern State
received au undue proportion of arms.
THE FLAG OF It IMOX.
TUt Fevoriie M'ceLlj Mitcil.'aneuut Journal.
DLSIGIiC FJii THZ HOUE CIRCLE.
Tlii- lone estal.ii-lie-! and well kn wn week I v pper.
rifr flieen yt'HTS iiiievinl I pr'-ieiit? b.is i.-c ni? a
li.i:i-elio:d w,.r." frwlu Mai!! to lUnr. Tui.t, C IU-n-iii
ihe nrt.le 'f 'b ? ncU Mid in i u couu-
trv. ail over tiie wi.le ex fin tl.e VI i .i d S te It
h.lld be a weekly v bi.orio every AuK-ricaii liunie.be-caii-"
jj" It is just men a psperas any t tber, broiter or
fiH- ti wouid introl n-e t tbe atui y ircie.
H ib p . i.uted ii be diiet f in Kitrtaced paper,
kl ii new t;-e, and iu a uat an.l boaiitiiu; 8 y le.
1; i oi 'be uirfiuiu 'Hi i'ie. ! ciat.u no ad.
v-r .euient in it- -ix.t :per-royl pa.
2- t io dev.ied t nei. ia e o':ua atones of
tb k -a dio,ivei ie . nticel i-ny w,t a i uuiur.
53" It i ca;efi'il ui. ed by H- B.iiiou wbo ta
iv jea. of tsu u i ll :, e ieu e in M.-un.
53" I nn,aiui in u larne, we I fiiieil aud deeply
tu't(iiX ie ' ' ue ."K- w rd or liue.
53". ii' uii-ei'i- aui-'i'K ii- renilir cmti ib Uorii tbe
Ik- "lile au.; If.u tie wruer- i'i tbe cuiutry.
53" l.n iale!, wh.lo tbej abi b U.ereler, cnltirate
a i.tf far all tbi ' tf J and b mill a I m h i n mr.y
53" It l acknowledged that tU c.iod mtlaeni of
u. i. j l auer in ibe Home .ircie aiiui. iuvaloulao;e.
53" lis u;ellve pure provoke ;u ibe yj'i:2 aa iu-
qui i b Kpiiu. a' n U o ibeir "t re uf xntvits i-'e.
53" l. c. iuiuii are fee t m p. li.ic.-. aud all jarring
l.p,.ns ii objec, i.emc to cuke b mie bappy.
53" It ii.ior tbee ret.u.. ttat i ba fr years been
ao poi ular a IvuiUe tbrouybout tbe cvumry.
Terms Invariably in Advance.
1 sribscriber, iue year, - - $2 0?
4 FUbscnbei'it, one year, - - 7 00
10 ibscriter, one jear, and one to tetter up
of ciub, - - - - - 15 00
Publi.bod every Saturday by M. M. BALL )U,
Ku. C- Winter stnvet, iUion, Uu.
GLEASOX S LITERARY C03IPAM0X.
An L'ejant, floral, and Rfntd Zlucellancoiu
JVoii.'y Ji urtuU,
Pevoted to p.'M'.e Literal u-e, "W'ii nnd ITnnnr. Proe
and P.f fit i;enh. It jM'li!i'-i n. all t-ectarian ..ue
ULr,ii u;ritti leu.ral, au3 tiiief jie euipuauca.;iy
A PAPiili FOB TU3 LIILIilOI.T.
Ami a WelcSme ViiUor to the Home Girth.
It c n am tbe fo-eisn and domestic news ui tin day, t
c.ii' C.i-e l as to pieeini ibe (tai.ct p-taiule awoual J
i printed on js-e white ,.8;.ei. w;:h rew.-.r.d beia-.iful
typo. c. .itrtif.fi t. u l uiiu ti i:.Ie ii.Uje.-i, ua l a
lai.-p v.-t ci'y p.ti.e.- of mx en n-u.V" v
An tit .ivai.ea c-.-t f v.nsrin;t rs are nnrer re-U'
la- uiiu-e.ne; f. ai.d ewty uepas tu.ent i,p:fS at: the
movt fiuib.-d ptrKct -teat u.Ht -xT.edea:e c iu
Terns Invariable in Advance.
. e oa
1 snlcriiir. one yer, -
1 n:b-criier. two year,
4 sr.:i-. itcr, i!ie ;etr, "
. ' . ..tin vcjr.
inu one srau to me f.'Cr-u, .
After a club of B ba.na " -
hsvea riifiltodl.at cny uui. w-v.--
bur. U. hP'in with hi ciub at $.3
"men copie will be ,eut t any one that miahe.
xfiUu. club, or see tLe paver belure -wui-
FOR FALL TRADE.
JOHN C. DUESER,
MAIN STREET, BROWXVILLE, X. T.,
ThVws pleaore in announcing that he has now on hand,
a Urge ntl select stuck of every article in bis line,
Of all the improved patterns, viz : riymonth Rock,
Charter jk, Valley Forge, Elevated Oveu,
Kc, kc, Au:.,
Box and Parlor Stoves of an endless variety, ome of
vliicb are entirely new denims, vlx ; Combined
Cook and Parlor Slote. eoiiieiLiug
very nice for small Uniilies.
I CALL ESPECIAL ATTENTION" OF
FAIiMEIiS TO MY
HEAVY SEEHT IRON,
for Sugar Boilrrt, aid
LiUCC C4ST IIIOX KETTLES.
A VARIETY OF CHEAP
LARD AND COAL OIL LALIP3
Brass, Copper, and sheot iron ware;
Lanterns. Shoveie and Japanned
Ware, &a., &c.
SELF-SEALIN3 FflOIT CA!s3!
OF the latest and most improved Stjlcs, cheap
I am preparr-d to put up puuerintr and Fpontinp, and
all nther work of my Un at the h.et notice, and in
a wn!kininnke manner, Tviiien 1 warrant to give haUs
faciion. Au-nst 2.1S62.
"WIIEUE DID YOU GET THOSE
J. BERRY & (XTS.,
THE VERV CHEAPEST HOUSE IN
J. BERRY & CO.,
Have jnst received, and aT now openlne. at their
stand on Alaia street, one of tbe laraeet stockn of
ever ofl'cred ia this market. Remember the place,
J. BERRY & COS.,
ZXTo. XX, TlZ.xul st root,
BIIOWXVILLE, JT. T.
May 29, 1S62. r.47-tf
"FAS T HORSES."
CITY HflBY' STABLE
AKKOUXCKS to tbe public th.it be bn piircbacel tbe
entire id' ere.t in the Liver jji.-iL:r and Slock formerly
owned by K:er& U-otber. He o now prepared to
accoLjinudiue ibe public Ub
lc, A, Ac.
THE THAYZLIXG PUBLIC
Can fir.d at hi Stable amji'.e acci)uinKiation for
horses, wuif! or cattle.
N. B. Tbe partnebip heref fose existing between
iltujanim . Jvba H rert, is rii- Ivrd.
JOMITA it ULMAILIX KOGEES,
May2ftb. 18G2. nn-'f
tL i mn. w- V
I0 Tou vrT
STEAJJ E(iLXES EOILEalS
PATENT SUGAR CAN'E MILLS.
PATKNT STEAM COIL KVAPOKA10H3,
PATENT F1RK KVAPOlt ATOliS,
pate:t stamp mills,
PIKE'S PEAK OU l,4KE SHI'EUIOR
SENI FOB OIKCFLARS.
vTitb Cnt. ardPescTtntnn Pricw etc., etc.
"SAW MILLS FLH RINi MUX.
AND MACniEUT OF ALL DESCRIPTION.
tnSEAD i UIt c:iK:i'laAILS.jei
P. W. GATES, P;-eMrient.
v. b. Agents wanted everywhere. Cbicatt
It. H. I L UNAS AC'KXT,
Of whom Circulars and dt tailed inlornuation caa
March 20. 1563. r-lyj
v TJew Remedies fcr
A T.cnttolent Inlitvtifn rtehhhei 6y Trfa7 E
e'ftpweif for if Rtl tf of th' Sick and Diitretied
rf, Ctcd v.th I'iwnt fifi C rvn.c I).nm and
rv 'fcij.'!j Jut tht Curt of Discatcn of the Scxua
21DLCJLl ADTIC3 siren gratis, by tht Acting
Va,tub Reports on rerina-Trrii':!. tt.', ,u.rr
i ..f tl. sexual Wert: and -u UC. Kfc.i-h.-
p.r: empl,e,l in bf li.l'"' ' lel ieuu
. fUveiope.lV6e( charge. Two or uteeutupi c.p-
A Uress VH J. SCILUN HOFGIITOK. Howard As
cation. Xj. S S-.iuh Kinlb . reet, PUiiadelyhia, Pa.
UeccmLer 12, ISol.
est;: ay rxY-
TVen iip bv the underS !rr,H. liviu? taree and a hair
rales wert ot Brown vi.le. in Nemaha county .ebraka.
. . . v- i.. i.su.. ..i. a Mnv mare
, ' ' K A ... nf K,.vfn.lr. li. ie estray mare
j - - - Wt tip. hloui in tUr
' ' f I ,r:. nirkiilJ.
itti eye, tee:u u a. icIXIXCH.
SADDLERY I SADDLERY I
HavitiK recently mada larje addition! to my stock,
consisting of i .
SADDLES, HARNESS. URIDUS.
COLTJIRS. LINES. WAGON WHIPS, BUGGY WHIPS,
OI LASHES HORSE LASHES. STAGK LASHES,
STI2RCP3, LKATHEJiU, &.C., &x.
I think I can accommodate all in quantity, quantity
and prb-e. 1 work none but best Oak Tanaed Leather,
and getting It directly from tanneries iuObio, leeicon
lldent it will give taUkaction.
Plasterer's Hair on Hand Cheap.
CASH PAID TOE niDES.
i W. ItlDDLETOIf.
September 13, 1S62. n9-ly
Ever offered in this Market.
XO DOIST AllCUT IT!
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVS
Batimore Cotliing Store,
BROVXi ViiiLE, N. T.
Announce to the public that he has opened out a
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
DERWEAR, &.C., &.C., &c.
Unprecedented In quantity, quality aud prices. He
i determined his price ba 1 corresijnd wii.h the
times, and therefore ofler litire in be West, at just
h lr,w rte as such P'kxIp can 'e pu. chased acywbere
in tbe United Slates. As a aample of hia prices he
will mention that he sells
Coats from $lf25 up to $15,
Pants from $1 to $7,
Vests from 1 to $5.
Boot. Shoe, nat, Caps. Fancy and Wbite Shirts, Sns-
ders, Nerkties, Sjtta, Handkercbicts, tic, in the 6amc
Tlie proprietor enibrace this Opportunity of Teturninjt
thanks for past patronape. and promise to spare no ef
forts in the futmeto give entire satisfaction.
Call and aoo him.
Brownville. June 18, lS61.-ly
LETT, STEIGKLER & Co.
BROWNVILLE. N. T,
We are now receiving and opening n complete assort
ment of aierthauJi.se, consisting
OF DRY GOODS:
Apron Check, Hickory,
Jeans, Berages, Linen.
All Wool Delaines,
Fancy and Plain Silk,
Lawnes, aten Vestins,
Candles, B. C. Soda,
White and Brown Swjrar.
Sa'-k, Barrel and Dairy Salt.
Chewing and Smut trig Tobacco
Kniv'? and Forks,
Hand Saw and Mill Fils,
&.c, ice, &.C., &lc, ik.c. Sic.
OF QU EE A' & VA HE :
Cups and Saucers,
Plates and Piaiters,
Dishes and Tumblers.
Coal Oill Lamps,
Wicks, &,c, &.c.
OF BOOTS & SHOES:
Kip, Calf, Buff and Kid,
Gaiters, Calf Shoes,
Oxford Ties, Misses Shoes,
Slippers, Men's Calf,
Men's Brofjar.s, Copper Toe,
Kip aud Course Boots, &,c.,&.c.
OF HATS & CAPs :
OI Farming" Utensils:
Hoes. &c, c, Sic. Sac.
Clear and 2nd rate
Pine FiooritiT, Siding,
Boards 1, 1 1-S2 and
2 Inches Thick,
Sash, Doors and Blinds.
All Sizes Sash,
All Sizs Doors,
All Sizes Biini3,
Ve call the attention cf the, pti slicto otsr stock, as
our CAFJI TEBUo enable us to sell low.
Thankful fur pal p,U'ronat.e, we aolicit a continuanee
of the fcacje,
LETT, STRICKLER & CO.
BrowBTiil, July 3d, 1SC2. nM-U.
DRY GD0D3 AND GROCERIES !
Is receiving, and will continnt to receive during the
summer, one of
T K O M
New York, Philadelphia and St Louis.
That has ever been exhibited in tht Western Conn
try, embracing all the latest styles and novtltief. of the
uaei. Ilia tioek? eqiurac
Hats uiid Caps,
Hoots and Shoes,
Door aud Sash,
XcM 5c, ic.
Among his Dry Good will ht found
Prints Ginghams Tawns Harries,
Xirowu ard ISIeached 33o!ius,
Denie-s. Striped Sheetiii. Cot
toiiBds Il!sry, GUve,
The latest Style Hoop
He has much the Largest Stock
of QUEETfSWAHE in the Upper
Agent for the Hannibal & St. Joseph Eail
Eaod Packet Line of Steamboats.
May 22, 1862. D46-tf.
Eeaper and Mower
Oliioag o, XIX
This celebrated machine U bv all orldsth BEST
GRAIN AND GRASS CUTTER I THE WORLD.
N twithstandins he ini8repreentation of thomj inter
ested in other machines. C. II. HcCormick feBro. rnan
nfactnae at the rate of 8,000 per year, Xany chance
have been affected during the past season, and lor lt2
the McCormick'-" is presented with grea:er aUractioiio
than ever before. As a reaper,
THE ECO.03IY OF POWER
IN THIS JtACHIXE. ITS
Strength, Durability, and
give it preference over all others New Improvements
added, have materially lessened the direct draught,
and so obviated the aide draught that many assure us
that it does not now exist. The drnpht of tbe Reaper
is so li(fht that in numerous instances the large lour,
horte machine id worked with but two horses.
The Machine of 1862 will stand any text that may be
applied. Our Guard and Patent Cleaner effectually
prevents choking, no matter wha: the condition of the
?ra8, whiie our new divider point separate baldly
lodged and tack led clover or grass, where other ma
There is also a jrreat advantage inonr serrated sickle
ehce over the smooth, as it des not require sharpening
so olten. tbtis savin!; time. Our sickle will frequently
run through an entire harvest without once Rnndiue.
wb.le tbe suiootn edse must be ground once eich day.
if imt oriuer With a orhoth edge tbe Iraugtit increases
as the knire becomes dull. Our draught is 'uniform,
aud in the repeated trials during the season of lSbo 61
proved far lighter than single Mowers, cutting at the
same time from twelve to eighteen inche wider.
Our Mower can be used with or without the reel , this
is important, aa without the reel it weighs hut about
In addition to the very liberal warrantee iven to
all purchasers, we wouid say a heretofore, ibat farmers
who may desire it, are at liberty to work our machine
through the harvest vtiih any o'her, and kep aud pa;
for the one preferred.
Pamphlets with tu II description of improvements,
testimonial, .c. can be had by application to
THEO. HILL, Agent,
33rowixvillo, rJ". ,T
May 15,1362. n45-U
JUST RECEIVED AT PRICES
JOHN A. POKN
Is now receivlDg cd openinj oat Lis Spring
Stock of Goods, consU icg of
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Iron and Is ails,
Flour and Bacon.
Sash and Doors,
etc., et:., etc.
Whicb I will eell cheap for
CASH OS PEODUCH
Call and examine my etotk l)cfcre pnrcittsii;;
llrownville. ArrLI 24,l9o2. r42-Cai
Kotice is herebv given tb;itl, J. H. P.urit!k,
sor, have divided thcdistrict of Sebrabk, into th fol
lowing Mib-divii.,ns :
Pistrirt No. l, Inrlndns a'tl of Dakota, Dlxoa, Cedar,
L'Kau qui Court nd Hull c:iuntie.
No. 2. All of WasMn-rrtou aud Eurt oi niiert. Ais
tant Assessor, G. W. Jenkins j place of hua.itcss, grt
? o. 3. All of Sarpy and Douglas.
No. 4. Allot Ifcxlge, Cummins, Sfaafr-n, arH
ccmntry went. Asxlstaxit Assessor, E. K. Juhnsou ;
place of busimeK-, Fremont.
No 6. All of Piatt, Monroe, MertcS, HT!. Bufra'c.
and tbe country west. Assistant Assessor, Jsha Eeck ;
No. 6. AU of Calhoun, Saunders, Botlar. Polk, an
the north half of Cass. Assistant A Res so. If. 31. Por
rlneton ; Plattsmouth.
No. 7. All of Lancaster, Se warn, south half f Cass,
and Ihe country wet.
No. 8. All of Otoe. Clay, Johnson and SaUae. As
sistant Assessor. Dr. P. Kcitner; Nehrnsia City.
Xo. 9. All of Nmaha. Richardm nd Pawnee.
No. 10. All or G.u-e. Jor xi,t.l;i?, Kearney
Bhorter. Afisistaut Assessor. J. C 'Western ; Bcasrtec.
All persons, of whatever trade or occupation, are re
quired to take out licence to continue the iatu. Ap
plications must be made to the Assisting Asewrs,
who are furnisted with bla"k forms for the puranse.
Business dene w;theut application ix tntrury to uw.
Owners of carriages. coache-s, hackne'' coaches om
Tiibusaes, or other carnages, not exclutive'y empjoypj
husbandry, or for the transportation of merchsnilise,
are required to report the number and value ef the
Owners of billiard tables, yatches. ind gold and sil
ver plate, must report the same, wi'.h the amount of
Manufacturers, where not specially exfropted. a-e
required to make returns to the Assistan Assessor with
in ten davs arter each and every month of the actual
saies made by them during the preceedmg month.
Auctioneers are required to make a monthly report
of he gross amount of their a!e.
The proprietors or managers of Railroads. St earr!:ats.
Ferryboats and Tollbridge are required to nulfe a
monthly report of the gross amount of their receipts.
Butchers and others, whose business it Is slanhter
for sale any cattle, sheep, hog, or c.iH'eit. thai' make a
return at Hie end of ech and every mmh of Hi-? num
ber respectively slaughtered.
J. H. BCRBAXE. Assesur,
for Collection District. Disirict iTeiiraika,
October 15, nl5-tf
TO T5MOM IT MAY COSCERS.
The Co-partnership heretofore exist! ug under the
name and style of Lett. Strickier & Co., is tnis djy tfis
solved by mutual c..n5.erit.
The business of said firm will be sei'led by Brown &.
Strickier, to whom all debts due th huti-e nut ha
paid. ' r.KNKY C LKTT.
EiCn ARK KROw'N.
I) I ssoi,UTIO .(ir CO PA Ii T E i IS II I r.
The copartnership heretofore existii.g nnder the name
and style of Fliher & Hacker, is thy t.;iy dissolved by
The Advertitrr and Farmer win here-ifw be pub
lished by T. It. Kistier. Tue bti-ine-is of tlm -m will
be settled by Mr. P.st.er, to wh ni a!!dpMdue the
office mut be paid. T R FISHEP.
TUiO. C. UACKER.
BrownvilleNov. 8 b, 1S52.
sti:avi:i on stolkv.
A bay mare, three ye;irs ii3. short fourteen and a
half Lam's high. b;s a blaze on tbe fare, bird foot
white. Has a brand on lett shoulder, wnk-h ii difficult
to describe. Ar.y i.ne returuins the niartj to the resi
dence o the undersigned, neir Nein ha City, or riving
informal ion that iil Ic id to her ie'i .very will he lii-
erally rewarded. JOUN SIRAIN.
Oct.-ber ss.h. 1SC2 r.15 tf
WATCHES AKD JEWELRY ! !
Richest aud 3In.l ru-hionab!e rattrns,
Retail and WIioJcsuIc Irirc!!!
T1IE IH'B'dAR!) EP.OS., X.s C3 c 6" Nassau
MEIET Niwi or.li. Jia:iu:acturers ami I aiore:'S or
ail tie LP.idui Ui li, and mot pi'uS:r Stvies of
WATCHtS and JEWtUlY, heir' determined cpi.n in-
creuSinj: their bUMtie, to a:i tm!itui:ed exten, otfer
the following ele?atit Oruamenis at the una urp.-, fed
Low Prices followni j:
MAGIC TIME OSSERIE.I, beinci Ilnnttnj and
open lace, or itdy't tientleiuau's Waith in ne . tlie
prettiet and nio-t c .nvcuieitt and cutape.l watch in
the world, luiuaii iu eoul ; enVoied by a p.iten: pi
cess, which tenders the appearance of gold ported,
whi'.e it di-es not cost one totrd mt cn. Price oniy
$32 Petails at fr,.Ti otto hnndreil nuwarda.
KnKlih manufacturo movement; capped aud fnll
jeweled ; has sunk seconds, and tlie teatest lmp'ove-
merts. 11 eavy cased and pooo lnntatioa gold. Trice
only $1S Retail at from ? 0 to $it"
Hl'VriA'G COMPOSITION U iSED iK.Vf
WATCH. Richly eimrved, jewded nd fi.cy wurkn.
Unsurpac.-ed for Sut;e's. Traders, etc Price 15.
Retails at fruui $4J to ftiOO.
A great variety of otuer watcte. at low prices.
Ladies' sets of Brich and Ear Drops to corrfcpond.
Imitation Cluster i'l.imotif . a-very ri-b pitern.and
ennre:ynew. price $1. Lorai ana Bf.ot ei;iwi:ifi. a
verv neat aud pretty ornament, haud.n.iaeij mounted,
uentlemen's vet Chtins. .Pansien, an eie-'ant
pattern, on:y $1. The lemotiiac, very beavr, .
Rinus. Piaiu only 7c. bcmii, veiy pretty, ui.
Chased, a neat pattern, $1. Seal .S.ne luilta
lion Dianion'. S'2.
Sleeve Buttons. Patent. CUed, or Enamelled, a
new and very handsome pattern, $2,50. D UDle, chaAsd
or with stones, $1 60.
Bi.wm StuiJs. a variety of new and latunbie ce-
Bi?ns, per sot, $1 o .
Bos au and S,;arf Pins T,eaf, with opal ana iraney
tones $2. lmitatatiou Diaru :n.l, Jl.fco.
Ijcfcets Double Glass, richly entfrsvwt, $3
Persons wi-hing any of the aoove, taveoniy to remit
the price in a restored letter to c ur address, and tbe
articles will be sent by return mail, free of expense.
53-Orders to the amount' of twelve di 1 Urs and upwards
will be sent by expres to any part: of tbe loyal Suto,
with bill payable to the Express Cutupauy, when the
goods are delive-ed.
Agents, Sutlers and Country .Merchants, tbroup&oBt
the country, who wish to make money rapidly, will j
well to obtain our mammoth catalogue ; we fnrnish the
most saleable outfit at prices unsurpassed by any other
concern! Address HCBHARD KP.OS.
Nos 65 67 AVuau, far John Street,
eeteer 05tk, 18o. al-tt 3aa Kvw rrk City.
A Tractical Guide to Ilca'.th and.Tisor,
TEE NEW GYMI. ASTICS,
LIEU, WOLIEN &. CHILDREN.
With a translation of Prof. Kloti's Dumb Bell In
tlructor and I'ruf. Sctircbcr't 1'uRrj jmntuiikou.
BY UiO LEWIS, 31. I).,
Proprietor of the E-iex Street Gvmnasium, Bo-tcn.
With Turee Hundred lUwtratioiu. One Vol. VZma
No reef ni Matrazine-paper has ercltel more genera
interest thm the article in tbe August Atlantic, on
Tbf New U muastios." . fhe present work is a c ni-
p:ee ep"M ion of the sysieni of vhka that articlt
pave a -yi! p-is.
The auiiior of this work has beii for many years en
pped iu teariiit:t Gynmastics. The txok deribes aud
illio.tra:es his New System of Physical Tra.uiujt. Thi'J
system his had the pr-iciical test of loiu ar:d varied
ue. It c inipiise exerc.ses with Dumb Leils. Km?,
Wands, CI. ibs, etc., all of wtich are made rerfectl
clear by fuil explanations, while niatiy are illustrated
by pictorial repre-utai 1 us of tho .aiiton of the b-.ly
required to perronn tiiem.
Tlie Dunib Bell ltiftructur, conn-tl wifi tl Is work,
is ot the bt?liesl interest and Imp 'fan-'. H de
Mitned fur home ui-e and ptves a a t- it vai io!y of D i.iit
Bell Exeiti i.uetber with a cjreru.iy-ofclejted pro
gre-sie series for eve"y-d iy ;- :i
Tbe Pansyuiiia-t:kii Is a very si'uple, useful, ino
cb?.i pirce of p.viuna-.tic appiriti w, h;hi which a.
Rymnasiic exe'ci-.er. iu.y be pe'forniiM an 1 wan-n cai
le intrHiuced, ai sniail cott. ict itiy privjie boii.ie.-
Il i fully oe-cribed and il lu-'trate ia ih's volume
Tbe New ; n.nas'ics" sber d be read i eve y faw
ily in the land where exercise is rained a a mentis of
health Ladies, especially, will llnl in it a Kteat va
riety of Easy, Sicnpie and Invi? ;rt Evercuea, all of
which may be prac:id iu the r own b-mies
JC5"r"or sale by all book-eiiers. or sen po tpat a te
any address, ou rece.pt of One f i ar, by the pubahera.
lij Wb4iiiiljLi Street. Boston.
Jl T RED UCED PRICES.
Onr Machine Is perfect in its Mechanism. Tt U lea
liable to jet out of order thn any other. Diploma!
have been awarded it over tbe fir over At xtaiar and other
high priced Machines.
Onr Machine ne a traicht need'a. and wi'.l WOTtS
WITH ALL tlXDS OP TIIREAli, Silk or Linen, makin
an e!a-;ic seam freeff.ro ii .b.i.i:-.e to.break in wasfc
ing axd is the iSi-sT and CHEAPEST iiathiu ut ae.
OnrMcL;ne wi.i BEM.'FKLL. STITCH. QTT.T ata.
BIND. .1 will ifw f;ii aii kin.-lh of p-od'. iroia the Caest
bwtsa Muslin to tbe Coarsest W.i.r-n,w.r k.i.i wf.h
thr'T.jn ievTal i'i.Uir-' o! Miicii V'" 'etl Cioih.
ALL MACHINES ARE WARRANTED.
&ir ill til.
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a7ld p .y ;. : C i-i
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1 Aa;. lC-li. 1.: '
THE DAT SCHOOL PrLL. Nw S.m-n?
or Day Schools, alid :he Hat ScnoPL Ki.i.t u aaw
Cidy. It coiitai is ao.--jt 2'.)0 ie ol ci;..ice 6.tn:i. Hum
s. Hounds, CatciifM, D;.e . Trios, t; u trtets C um
rose, many of ttiem written rxp' es.y for u.iitwrk
elides 32 paes of fl.e Eien eiiinif iaa-i:: Tjel!l
ments are so ea-y ar.l .Toare-sire th..t o. J.ftrr iJca-.
ers will find tbc:itetvi euine y succi-.sful ih il.ti.cl
li'K evpn young iK-ho!ain to id.ia corrwily and tn ieTit;,
caliy. bjie toe tutie a:ui wi nis enibri'-es sur h va:i
eV ef lively, attractive, aid soul uirt;.e w i-re
seuUnmnt that no tn.ub.e wj I te et Jerienced a indi
siub all becinuerji,, r.)on with re..; in au.nr .
In one of tbe most hi:Th-::-ii.- i-t,n y i i -o-r r
hapido.s jietdicsr, and omef pvo.'.i-.-j tSB'(f, .
tcbwl life. In mpii:ity cf K:ft..en. i:. var.e'f
and adaptation i f muc. ani li eTr. e.r.e n.a v .urt
of its aotgs, riiinal, select!, aad Uv'-ed. il ciouU
by much to e.tcei ail eomptiurs. it -; b r..uni t
be the best book ever issued ro-Serri3ari, AcarteT if.
Mid Public hchoDls. A few mpie pan. of lua e t
nants, tunes and onn are p ven t3a rirrD;ir;
aDdpelone. It ia eou.piiei av liira: V-aer. author
of -sabath Sch,ol Bel s." X a 1 b) mho h have h i4
tne enormous sale .rf 606 1 01 cou s. PrKtiuo
cuv?ra20cta., feld pr hutMrjd; ooa,i ji c..;,,,
er but dred; i..tu bound. eniWsed RilHOeenu- MI
pertandred. 86o..pie fan hM1 at the i,c UaitaJ
price. Hailed fret at the retui pri. ?
notici-s or Tiii: rnrss.
The Day School Eell. Th frees a- lirf ,Ba
snch as nuy beea-iiT mastend by tbildren. Toe suirt
or tbe gonf.s u auetceptioua&le and well adapt m u
schoolroom. Ii istae cheast aal ar.i-.r.s the t,
T7aclZ tht't'1 UUle V1- lor
tAY-kStHO0L Btl-L 'a ki eminently a4tpt4
to use in our common schools.
M e have a jreat cumber qf ,,! sorR b,vk, fort
tne public, but many .,f theri lack mimical as wP;i at Kta
rary taste, and a e really demoralirme in their influ
ence tipen the musical tale:it of the younR. Airs or a.
kn-rwisej f5;cel!ence. welded to words of tniu p - ry
are thequilirie that oniht to be st npht with t!i reat
est care in the prepiraa.m 01 a act col sons U-k. "'li
bM,k seem to combine these two quUu. Per.r.i jU
vavxa School Jourtil.
Published by nORACE TVATEr.S,
"'-'J No. 131 Broj,iway, Mew Y.
A Tr'pMflTT'l f ",'. ori v 0sv
01.V. U.ili 1 t. uu U1.1l Ui.'i K.
F0?k SALE 221 an.l .l Souili Watar Stra.
Chicago, liL Prices, V,d C.al iJ. s!pl
.-tz.-n other sixeo id rtroixrtiiin. with fri Ut Ji4
fnm factorv in New York To .'I ici -i.
The advantage. of cooked over raw F.mhI ii aJmI
ft d by all. The t!d wnvot'bciLa; in kettles, is botk
qjw and expensive, so much ik Uhl tut t'vve moa d
it. ftouicthinj more practical n ust be ha i. :ar
seemes to le the only altcrn;iMT. The TitinUe
Las retaind all the advj .ntd?--s of tLe TortaUla Cl
dnn for boiling, and di v isrd iueans of j-cnortinf
'team suficient fix aii inii. It is simpla ami
t ractical, ad jirovcsA J EiCFECT tiL'CCIlSS.
VJ'. IX. ArSTI.V,
Sole aent fy Init.bis nni N'Tth-TTtsrC
221 & 2J3 S. Ytrr St.. O.i: a -..
Where will tfNo be foutnl Downs & (Vs Uorp Well
Pump, Fon? extern, (.'ham nnd Co mat on W'J
Pumps, Thimble Skim hnl Snd Iron, sjwtll aj
very van fy of i-ara.ii.ff lo-ds. Ca?t In n C m-
Shelters, Feed MilU, llty and PlttTrra S.-alea,
Staves, Ac. The above w;H to.Id rn account at
tbe mauufseturers, at their re?ic cuvefaUfT rric
add c? freight tj thi. 1 ljce.
January IF?. f
The public are hereby noiitit that the Indin .f nor
resrecttve tribes are permiitet to ro bevoad th
limits of their Ee-c"vvivn-i. witant the w-irtn pr-
niissiim of ihfir A?s- n ! ail t ersm are cj r.uned
a?aint harboring vtiant Inluns. line attention Vm
this notice will Mah e is to dftnet tbe su'hors of de-
redrioti and preven: the recnience o? auaoT.uui iU
whi-h Ccm;iaui?H are froq le'iily m ine.
(i. n IF I'll Ooiah A cent,
J. P. R.KFr OtceApeiit.
B K. LL'.StlUACUII, i'wiaee Afent
November 22. l0l. r,l3-J
HALS OR FZilALS, '
TO 1 ELL '.
LLOYD'S XTVf STEEI. 7LATH COT-N-TT COLCii
MAP K TH r. UMTZD STATKS,
CAN A LAS, AND KEW KUINSW1CI.
From re etit surveys oon:ple1ed Ang. It). cost
$20 (XlO to eugrave it and one ye ar'k time.
Snperior to any $10 liup ever made by Co! ton ot
Mitchell, tnd sells at tbe low pike of LTty lenta; 370,
OUti names are emrraved i lfct-map.
It is not only a Court y il t t ut iL ia alsc a
COUNTY AKD RAILKOAD MAP
of the U&i'.ed S ates a-id Ciina lasc-inilnr.Pd in one, fiflaj
VX.lt. I KAlLuUail MAIIU
and di-ttrice bt tweoii.
Oaarsnlee any woman or mn $3 to tri per d.ir. ani
will take back all maps tliat cai.nt be ao.'J aiu letuud
Send for $1 worth to try.
Printed Instructions Loir tocanvas wel! t furniaheai
ali our aiitonts.
anted Wholesale Aientsftr onr Mans In every
S:ate. Calirornia, Canada, England, France and Cuba.
fortune may be nnvte with a few hui'.d.ed dollar
capital. A 0 competition. J. T. LL()Tl,
So. lo4 "roadwiv. Sfw York.
The War Department nps out M in f V:rTii i f . r,.
and. raf Pennsylvania, Cost tk I tX) (XK. on which la
maiked Jdiddietown. .Maryland Heights, "Williasspr
Perry. Billbro.k ilills. N'olaud's Ford, and a'.l oi.hr
on tbe Pomac. .and evirry t tler plare In MaryiauJ.
Yirjitiia, aLd PentiHjIvaii. or m iey refunJcd.
PRICH "5 rilXTS
From Tne Tribune A:tsnt5.
"Lloyd's Mali of Yirj;i:iia Maryland, snd Pennvlva-
111a. Ibis M.ip i very isrt'e: it-'ctli JJ rtuti.
and it the bett which ran be purchat'd. ai'i-f9-3i
Buss Stoite UlLIS,
(1 01k FAJIId A.iD ILLL r.Xi,) '
TOOK. TEN FIRST I'llEinuSIS at 7esteti3
StaTK Fait.o Ist i:ar. anlarejutiy considersA
superior toeli ctiievs. The t ill unv be driven by
hore, vuttrtox ftfoni jxtirer. doesi s ork a.j WfcU aa
tbe fiat stone mi'.l it m;I .in e-KaLlishiceiita, and
r(nirjs but oHv-holf tht voter to drive tbe largest
u i. Tt.ey are very e rr: p r!-t!j iiple,an4,
for farm ue will bisi TdULTV Y LAU, jd COaT
XOTIU-Ne for rfjMiirj.
I'RictsJ- 1103. JHO. A $173.
Flour Lolt for e rtullet t L'ili 50 extra.
THE llOKSI! rOWEIi
proved itself to be th !,?; ev.-r invente-l.
The friction is reduced by lilON" "ALLS, aoarran
in all the U-arlnz, that tin wh.! wi-ht rf thn
fatii:ir rnoit nr n tbem. TCUFK rolJND.S
DUAl CirT, at thi- end of a ten feet levr. will keep
the wer in motiim t Cbn Jrra:ttin the KNTiail
TBENtiTH of the h ne To b uei on the machine to
be driven. OveHoksR will do aj ciu h work
this rvower. n. two on the ei Ch..in Power. IT
IS P0K.TA.P.I E, and miv 1-e ae in the field aa
well a-m the hot. . A!ore tLaa TV.'E.N'TV-FIVE
FEU LENT f berse 3?h saved over aT OTHI
now w vsr. It in Hitn;ile in ccnscructica, and not
liable to jrt out i f o.d"r.
Priaeo? power f r 1 l; 4 hore $135
Price of power I'rr 1 to 4 borw 175
The tl23 Power will drive any Threibfu jraebiae.
Every ilcbine u gnaranfed to 2ive tiifatioa,or
the BujiieT w!L b reiniiucd.
TJ. F. Ginns, ilitlaitaa. Sis.
Gents. TTlth two hri? en y ur Anti-frietia
Pow jr. e drlTe your X-,. 1 jEIi,.-itid:n 13 BBH
fcii Ofic-jas PKa L'.rs, aid cut 'i'- H'iALt.ly of
Lav at th ts :-jj t' ui-. I a.'.ve nosr!.-u a p-..wer
t'ant rui w;;h h l.:t'e i, w. n, a..d ciueqaiLlj
Kith so h:Jd str..iu o:wO bo:-.-.
E-',t- U i I5.ii t. ittii. li. Ci.
- -tj.-. . 1 , rvr. u ru:r tir t:aa
i.cre-v ;, f: tt it lau.h. work..
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w - -" 1 1 ' ' - r 1 v.! T',,
. 'i.Z t.-.'l, '..L .',.: "i.-.-i V'lLl. c. PiJI.
rsiD io f'.icji. . c; .y vziizz ruur
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