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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1863)
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j Pom Hudson. Feb. 18. Th Alex
andria (La.,) Democrat extra, received
iere coutaind the oCcers report of
jCaph. Kelsey, commanding the forti
fications oh Bed River. He aair 2
gunboats hid made their appearance
in front of this position at 12 o'clock
last nicht. After "a brisk cannonade,
:leadinf .the Gunboat Queen of the
jWest to strike her collcrs' Cap. Hut
ton was ordered to iro abouad and de-
mand her surrender. He reports but 16
;oScers and crew aboard, the others
having escaped under cover of .night.
IThe result ot t&c capture consiBis oi
, ?5 12 pounders, one slightly damaged,
hpfiidM a Jarre suddiv ot oranance
g'tores and Quinine, 2 cases of ampu
. tatinrr ingtrum en tes, clothing, flour,
,Wnn beef.Dork.lard, bread and other
-stores. 'The Democrat says the vie
ofvxra eomnlete. erand and decided
. i Washintgiv Feb. ,25. The Post
: master General has issued instructions
ithat the larger post-of2ces"'of the
UnntrTtn collect, on and after. March
' list, in tpecie,all. postage on unpaid
, flatters from-foreign countries. The
! reason for thiais that under the exis
, tiug postal arrangements all postage
1 en foreign letters must be accounted
lor by tae l?epartmeni m coin or jib
" Portlakd, Feb.' 25. The Jury
'. from Liverpool the 12th and London
derrT the 13th. The London' Times
' republished Mason's remarks at the
; Lord Mayor s banquet, says ne was
, much, to fast and the.- proceeding
meant nothing. Mason at this banquet,
.produced speedy: iriendly relations
between the British and rebel govern
tnents. The Times reiterates the bel
ief that the rising . 6f the Poles is a
thoroughly national affair, headed by
the Catholic Priests. It is said that
the insurgents appeard to be incresing,
keefiinp a hold on wholo provices, of
alter, destination unknown. The re
.nlv of President Lincoln to the Man-
ceester Adress, hs been published.
I Deplores the Sufferings occasioned by
the cotton famine and rejoices that
efforts to create sympathy for secess
ionists fail. It eulogises , the utteran
Ces of the Manchester meeting as
; sublime heroism, and express an earn
eat desire to perpetual peace between
! the two nations, A great meeting
Iwas heldat Balton which expreessed
,.marked sympathy for the north.
; The ship George Griswold, with
' food for the Lancanshiro ; suflerers
' arrived at Liverpool on the 9th On
entering the Mersey she. was received
' irith a salute of cannon from the Fort
a&d the difpiug of colors. Public
demonstrations have .not yet taken
place. : The Moniteur, in noticing the
; torrrepondenhe in the intercepted dis-
patches savs. the so called Consul of
France in Texas is not even a paid
i Consular Agent of Francs at Gahes
i ton. He acted s a -kind of "deputy
to the Consul at New Orleans. The
only instructions he receivod from
Ftance were to maintain the greatest
reserve And carefully . abstain from
very kind of political interference
in the auaire oi tne counirv. J.ne
Frenchman alluded to at Itichmend,
was simplev a Chancellor to the Con
rulate of France. : In the French corps
LegislatiffPh8graph in an Address to
the. Emperor relative to Mexico,
America, and. Italy was passed, 'but
the opposition, strongly denounced
the Mexican war and the continued
occupation of - Rome La Franch
Taints tmt that French wtre found in
the Forts at Achalco, Mexico with
arms from American sources.
Caik.o, 2Q.- By an arriral from the
fleet at Vicktdarj we hare information
that one cf cur mortar beats took posi
tion "within eay ranje cf the city, and
threw a lax re number of shells in the
direction cf the city. . Seraral shots were
fitedlatiiirction cf the rebel steamer
Vicksburgr, which wal UtacV two r three
tiaes.'- Thextntcf th darase. is of
court vkaown, : The. rebels replied
from two batteries for some time but
without doing any damage. Reports c: j
all cr operation around Vicksburg arc
favorable to cur success. The success of
the canal by way cf Lake Providence is
LixmcTOK, Feb. 3. A reliable pri
vate derprtch says, the rebc' CI"'
er were overtaken at Tr '
miles east of Mount c
towards Pound Gsr
Pegram, left I'
coining toward r
usual daily repc i
invasion of Kc
force, through. f
beginiog to ' cc
belief that a fc
that quarter u
military are cn t.
Mass Ccaventica ;
erer held here. Ore
people were present. - L.
of Indians,' prtsided. Spe
by GoTerncr Johnson, c .i.3ee,
Samuel Galloway and Rev. ii. Carey.
Resolutioss were passed rea&roung a de
votioa to theFederal Union and a hearty
support to the Government in a vigorous
prcieratioa of tht trir until the rebellion
is crushed cut.Jdeprecaling til truckling
armistices and coavertioas ct the enemy,
that cannct be entertained a single mo
mtatby leyalraen; endorsing every meas
ure the Prcr.dest has adopted for the
suppression cftha rebelio end declaricg
that the loyal pecple cf Icdiania will ne
ver submit to the withdrawal of the State
from tht Unioa cr the fcrmatisa cf a
Cxiao, Feb 23. Fwll dispatches in re
gard toihe expedition cf the Ram Queen
Vi'est to Red Tliver, have been re-
csivc. Ti;e crerr cc listed "aiostly of
nfrcfs, tsr.trtuicrr: arc twenty inex-
::i men, txt the Illiacis
iaftniry. On Thursday mcrning: before
her capture, the ram ran down the Atch-
afaltro river a few miles and captured
and destroyed a rebel Quartermaster
tram consuting or terenteen warom.
Returning she was fired cn by guerrillas
at Simm Port. Next norning Cel. El
let lauded and burned all the buildings in j
the vicinity in retaliation for destroying
half a million dollars worth cf property.
On Sunday she captured the' rebel ateatn-
r Fv. No 5. with a carro of corn. At
dark the eirae eveninjr ahecarrib within
rin?e of Fort Tavlor. only fife hundred
r) J .
yards distant. The ih rd shot from the
I : . . .. a. " .U k V -
reDeis tcruCK uer uiuftuius liiiuwii nci
decks. Our men fired ene after this, aad
f hn erf A tha rrnns. In th s fimer.
b- - - -
firency uol . iiiet oruereu iue,jri.fi 10
hck nut. AttpmMinc to do to she ran
hard agrouod. ; The next shot from the
Fort broke the lerer of the engine. The
succeeding one" cut her ateam pipe inta.
completely dirablinj- her. ; Twenty-six
out of fiftv-oce white men escaped. . The
steamer. DeSota which accompanied he
ram aa tender, was blown up to prevent
her from falling into the hards of the en
NewYobk, Feb. 26. A Fort Monroe
correspondence -states that by private an
vises from Richmond received at Norfolk,
we learn that the small pox is rcaking
frightful ravages in Richmond. The dis-
ase has assumed the fora of a plague,
and : almost e rery one who can escape
from the city, hate done so. The city
presented the appearance a of huge hos
pital. . ... . , j:
The telegraph informs us that the
Conscription bill:' which was adopted
by the senate several days ago, has
passed the House by the handsome vote
of 115 to 49,- Here is something
which will test the metal of the Cop
perheads, particularly' of Connectlcue
and JIIinois,. who, accordingly to the
Springfield Heaistea, "stand shoulder
to shoulder." The" former, in their
State conversion the other day, re
solved thet if the Conscription bill
btcom & law, they would "sternly
resist it, and call upon the Connec
ticut militia, as the "natureal guardi-
ns,' of the people's rigts, to protect
them -against the usurpations of the
Federal Government. . What will
hey and the State militia of Connec"
iicut now do about it? Mo. Dem.
Fiks Nebraska Cavalry. The bat
allion of Cavalry furnished by Nebraska
has been consolidated "with Iowa batal-
ions, and bears the oame ef 5th Ioway
Cavalry. Thes rigiment was in the lasi
battle of Fort Doaelson, and is mentioned
as the first class regiment. being among
the most efhicent in that desprate fight.
Ve learn from private sourse that two or
three Nebraska boys wer killed, but have
net theu names. -People's Press. .
Tb nndrsijad foinia ?ckftg of "Monty &&
SindiT mornicr, Mfcich 1, 1863. TL owner can
obUiB th em( br calllar on D. C Biliinzs, At Ne
mah Citj, describing it, ui pjic j for the axlver-
Usi ag. V . U. h LLLiy U S.
Mrh 5, 18CS. n35-lw-pl
Stolen from Of3or Qaartera, Nemh City, N.
T-iiQ h 23th Januarr.one Gornromeut ry R-
Tulver (dow). ThatoT reward will be paid ty the
undersigned, to any penon returning vtie same, or
who will give amok informatioi will lead to ila
reeoery. JOUX 11. JIAUIf, .,
n35-tf Ueat. Co. -E," 2J Neb. Cat,
All who bare Watohtj and Jewelry at the tlx op of
Josepa behatei, are notified to Uke tb!m away with
in the next week, at be is going to join the sine
montbr serrtoe, and emit tnerelore Ucee np the
snop. . , .
March S, n35-3w .
Be It known to all whe are indebted to me, eith-
or by note or book account, that I will Uke any
kind of grain on outstanding debts until the fink
or- Uay. Thece who don t lmprorethe opportunity
will suffer the consequence.
I will also sell A portion of my stock for the same
Junl.oriy. J.C. DfiUSEK.
Feb. 19. n33-2m
KOTI CE OF ATTACIlilEXT. -
amwbm Wa MM CCIVII WA VI W W V
Wheeler, ProbAue Jndir And
, vs. ) Ex-oScia J. P within and for
(the county of hismfthA, Terri
tory of lVraska. .
On the 7th day of February, lb63, said Jastiee is
sued an order of attachment ia the ibore aotion.
fof the sum of 2-55,00. .
A. SCEOEXBEIT, FlETs. Atty.
Erownfille IT. T. , Feb. W. 1S63. . 33-3w-$20
' LAlTDRETH'iJ r
irranted Garden Seeds
ELUJiDEN, KOEXIG & CO.,'.
- (UrtJOM GAMKtTkCO.,)
No. 50 North Second Street, ore Pine,
ST. I.ODTS, HO.
Offer for sale at very low figures, a large and wl
Assorted stock of Agricultural and Honlcolttiral Inpie
menu, oomprii ing ererytblng necessary to tbe Tarmer,
together wiA a lart;e aod fresh supply of '
Lanrctli's ' Celebrated Gar&n Seeds,
, CHOP OP X8G2.
For wfcich they are the sole nrciits. Their friends ca
rely upon geltlnK from theni,eetls that art not only
pure bat true to njroe in er-Ty lnrUnce. Also field
seeds at !ow(t a.if tet rates Chinese Sus&r Cane aeed,
Top Onions. Ac,, An. ;
ALSO COTTON AND TOBACCO SEED.
Dealers in seeds would do; well to eal them their
orders. ' ..! . " . -'
Send for Almax: and IiluxiTated CiitaWae-gratis.
BLCKU1K, LOIKlft A CO.
Teb. iS, lC2nS4-ly .
iljcra' piicrry Pcctcrrl
JOSEPH SHELLA'BAIlGEIt, ,
Desires telpurohats a larje mount ef Erosra
Com for wMh he will pj th
HIGHEST I'RXCE ITi CASH. .
COOPERS WANTED I
: Tbj Bdert!gn4 desires to parefcase 2,005 fod
Flour Barrels. Tbe great damacil for bis floor, not
enlj in this Territory, bat front Jnlesberg, Dearer,
Central vitj. and all perta tr Colorado; iroia St.
Jnaor,H Ufa- .nil Leavenworth' Kansas, renders it
essential tbat be ihould bare Karrela.
I . , . . . . i . l
"mBU ,,arD ? l T ""I1'-"
m cheap aa possible, and aa tbt high pnoe of
i gts add to taa pric of t lour, he is fieterminaci ta
procure Barrels. He U willing to pay Coopers a
e'aw P"09 101 n,ir wr watt " " "am
It 1 V - II 1 L W A . . A l
fctates j.u. aiE-iiVi.
1U ntKt'UAft ifl, iiLAUAIllua,
AND WAGON UAKERS.
D. A. CONSTABLE,
ST. JOSEPEt, HO.,
HAS ox HAXD AND for silb a laroe
AKD WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
IR ON STEEL j
O JB 1? IN C-S,
' I . " 'C0MPBI3DTQ:
HORSE NAILS, NAIL-ioDS,
HORSE AND MULE SHOES, ANVILS, "
AXELS, VICES, THIMBLE SKEINS
CHAINS, WAGON BOXES, SCREW PLATES,
FILES, RASPS, WRENCHES,
SLEDGE HAMMERS, HAND HAMMERS,
SHOEING HAMMERS, PINCHERS,
. - NUTS, HARROW TEETH, -WELL
WHEELS, AC, AC, 4C,
HUBS, SPOKES, FELLOWS,
WAGON BOWS, SFIiVTS, POLES,
- AXELS, HOUNDS,
AXE HANDLES, BROOM HANDLES,
PLOW HANDLES. .
ALSO A6KNT FOS TRJ SiXB 07
H AVINO LAID IN A LARGE STOCK
0 Jt' T H E ABOTE GOODS,
DIRECT FEOM THE
i3r:ronK tiie rise, .
I AM ENABLED TO SELL TO
THE TRADE AT. PRICES THAT
SSend in Yoar Scrap Iroa;r
One Dollar Saved i Equal to two Dol
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR WROUGHT
SCRIP IRON AT -
IRON AND .STEEL WAREHOUSE.
FebI4-B32-6 . ST. JOSEPH. 110.
Alfred Opelw ) District Court Nemaha Coantj
rt Aebraeka Territory.
Hneh Brownlee, J
Bj virtue of an order of tale to zne directed ia
the above ea titled c&ee, will on Saturday, tbe 14th
day of March, 1863, between the hoars of 10
o'clock A.m. and 4 o'clock p. of said day, at the
door of Den't Hall in Brownvilla, tbe place where
the said court was last hold, for said Nemahacouniy,
offer for s&?, for cash in hand, the following
described real estate, to-wit: north half and
sout'hwrfst quarter of the northeast quarter of
section nomcer 24, in township number 4,
north of range number 15, east of the 6th prin
cipal aerediaa,in Nemaha cctnty, Nebraska, ta
kes as tKe property of Hugh Brownlee to satisfy
ssjd demand. K. V. HUUii&S, fehenff.
' Brownviile, Febreary 7th, 1863. b31-6w-$S,65
Strtyad from the tub! crlber, near St. Stephens, about
the 1st or September, 'a brindle ox, witn a Texas brand
on bis left side, about igbt years old )Jud tear ttralgbt
bornt. and a long slim necsu
Any person returnlnf the ox, or firing information
leading to bis recorery, will te Uberally rewarded. .
Notice to City Tax Payers.
All are requested to call on the City Marshal, and
ay tceir taxes uniaediateiy.
W. W. HACXK1T, KanAal.
January Sd, 1381.
TO TynOJl IT 31 AY COCERBf.
The Co-partnership heretofore exlstini under the
came and style of Lett, Strlckler A Co., ia this day 61b
sol red by Btutaal coneeat. -
The business of said firm will be settled by Brown A
Strlckler. te wbom all debts dne the bouse most be
paid. .... HEIfBT C. LETT, x
' JACOB STRICKLES, '
' EICHARD BEOWK.
To tire a man wbo understands Breaking Hemp, to
A-bou eoxl wages will be paid. Enquire at tola office.
'.rayed during May, 1SE2. from the farm of Dr
ling, six mires southwest of Nemaha City, two
c $. uoe wsa a nay mare wuu wnue spot in tue race.
one mna iooi wnue. ane oiner a oiaci norse co'i,
In ioed to gray. Both a year old last spring. Any
ni', 'R returning the colts to the residence of the tin.
Jer iae!, fire tailes'west of Nemaha City, or giring
InfocXiMion leading to their discovery win be liberally
rewaried. Mrs. TUCKXft.
Notice to Teachers.
The nndersigned," Board of School Examiners, for
the Countj of Nemaha, hereby gire notice that
hereafter, on the first Saturday of each . month,
they will hold meeting at the ofioe of Luther Hoad
ly, Esq., in BrownTille, for the purpose of examin
ing applicants for certificates to teach school in slid
. . V n. II. DOBBINS,! :
A. G. WHITE,' V School Examinen.
' " L.HOADLY, ' )
Jaory Jlet. m3. 2f-Iy
Taken tp on the premises , of the nndersigned,
Jiringtwe miles west of Nemaha City, Febrnary 1st
1S53, a red steer with white in its face, and w!
belly, ssrpesed to fet two yn old last sprinp, ..
r.uAi3 iw yi
JLOOIX OUT FOR THE
; ; IO 'jSS ..KT '
ITI3W GOODS ARS C02UXTG-!
A X P
: Tyili.be Sol Cheap for
CASH OR PRODUCE.
Thej Constat oi Xi&rgs A.ortmeat oi
BOOTS AND SHOES,
.; ! HATS AK CAPS, ,"
Tj ADIES'; hoods,
D;R Y JG O O D S ii;
HOOP SKIRTS, NOTIONS,
CLOTHING.: HOSIERY, ; -DRAWERS,
GROCERIES, . .
HARDWARE, QCEENSWARE, ' . '
"WHISKrl VINEGAR,' BEANDY, IEOW, i
ITAIIiS, DOOB3, SASH, PAINTS,
OILS, AND OLAS3. ' ;
ras; fits ai
Tor Trhlcli the Highest Price, will
bePaldat J" .
DEN?S STORE ! !
Sare" Your RAGS, and Den will
. Them in Exchang for Gooda.-
. LIT TERIJS ARB,
SMALL FEOFITS," QUICK SALES, AUT
' - HO CREDIT.
December Xlth, liCJ.
"W. T. DXN.
WHERE DID YOU GET THOSE
1ST E W G O O D S P
. . . AT ' '
J. BERKY & CO'S.,
THE VERY CHEAPEST HOUSE IN
, , , ,- .t , -. - 0
J. BERRY & CO.,
Have Jnst recelred, ana are now opening, at their
stand ou Jtain street, one of the Urgent stocks of
; - A 2 TJ ' -'
Ter offered in this market, Remember the place, ;
J. BERRY & C'S.,
" ..... . r-
3XT 11, IVXf&lxx atroel,
BHOWNVILLE, N. T.
Kay 19, 186. ni7-U
TTT? . . fT A T T - A rTT
-L w J- ili 4 I J . JL IX LSX-i
JOHN a DtJESER
MAIN STREET, BHOWNVILLE, Jf. TM
Takes pleasure In annonnctnf that he has now on hand.
a large and select stock of every article In his Line,
jOf all the Improved patterns, vlx : iynnth Itoek,
uaarter vauey rorge, isievaiee wea,
&c., Ite., k.a
; HEATHTG STOVES, ;
and Fanor stoves of an endless variety, some of
wmcn areenureiy new designs, vU-. Combined
- XJook tmd Parlor Siovet, something
very nice for. small families..
CALL ESPECIAL ATTENTIok
FARMERS TO MY
HEAVY SEEHT IRON,
t or Sugar BfiiUr$, ni
LARGE CAST IITO nETTirs.
A VARIETY . OF CHFAP .
LABD AND COAL OIL LAlIPS
Brass, Copper, and sheet Iron ware;
. JUanterna, Shovels and Japanned
' Ware, fce fee.
SELF-SEALING FRUIT CAIIS!
OZ the latest and moBt improred Styles,' cheap
- for cash.- . I
I am prepared to put bd Kutterine and TMntlnir. ni i
all other work of ray line at the shorteat notice, and in
a workmanbke manner, which I warrant te give satis
1KUVU. - V.
August 2,1862. . .
JUST III TIIJE TOR
TOlTACCO SEED GRATIS.
Send a three cent post office stamp and ret six kinds t
auunuwoopi iriita, iaviurouii r AOria 1
Ktt. am, lsea. sirtt.n,trctt
Choice varieties, and of very superior auanty.20 pa
pers ef whiofc will - be sent (poatpalL) by mil, to any
aaareas, tor one aotiar.
H. A. TX&RT, Creae eat City, Iowa.
Krobi 1Kb, 1G2
. ITew Remedies for
A Benevolent Inttttvtion ttt&blithei by r? trial En
aowmenc.jor ine Rtisef of tne Hick ana limrtitea,
afflicted tciih Virulemi and Chronic Diteatet, an&
erpecuuijt or the Cv.re of DAtemee of the Eexuai
MEDICAL ADVICE given gratis, by the Acting
Valuable Reports o:8perniatorrhoea, and other dis
eases of tbe 3'stual Organs, andxa tbNEW REME-Dl-tS
emplojel in. the Dispensary, seut insaled letter
envelopes, free of charge. Two or three Stamps accept,
Address XXVl.3. Sr.ILLTN HOUGHTON, Howard As.
sertalion, Vq, I , foui Tintfc street, Pkilai.lphia. P.
Heeecnbai U, VStt. tSi-ty
CHY GOODS AHD GHOCERIESI
Ii recelTlng, aod will t raeTa daria Ua
r o k
New York, - Philadelphia and St. Louis.
That has ever been exhibited In the Western Conn
try, embracing all the latest styles and norelties of the
limes. His slock embraces
-r - Hardware,
., Queen ware,
; ISoots and Shoes.
Doors and Sasb,
Anteng his lry Oeeds will be fMin4
Print's, Ginghams, Lawns. Bareges,
Brown and Bleached Muslins,
Demees. Striped Sheeting. Cot-
tonades, Ilosiery, Gloves,
The Latest Styles Hoop
Ac, &c. .
He has much the Largest Stock
of QTJEEKSWARE in the Upper
" Agent for the 3Innibal & St. Joseph Bail
xs-aoa .racket Aiioo or steamboats.
Kay 52, 1&62. n-tf .
Eeaper and Hower
. K ANUT ACTTJIt ID
O 2x i o a s Of - 3
ThU celebrated nmchlnn U by nil w1f1 thm BEST
I Notwithstanding the misrepresentations cf those Inter-
I estea in other machines. C. H. McOomick k Bro. man-
GRAIN AND GRASS CVTTER IN TILE WORLD.
cfactnje at the rate of 8,000 per year, Many changes
have been affected during the past season, and for 1362
the "kfcCormick" ia presented with greater attraction
than ever oerore. A t a reaper,
THE ECOIVOMY OF POWER
. . IN THIS MACHINE, ITS
Strength; Durability, and
tflve It preference otr all others New improvement
added, have materially lessened the direct draught,
and obviated the tide draught that many assure ns
mai aoes noi now exist. The drngbt of tbe Reaper
ia so iigmuiai m aumeroas instances tbe large four
uurfcc macuina u wo::aea witn Due two burses.
The Machine of 1S2 will stand any test that may be
applied. 'Oor Guard and Patent XJltaner effeciually
prevents choking, na matter what the sondition of the
grass, while oar b bw divider point separates "baldly
"uli Muaiou ciuvr oc grass, wnere other ma.
cbtnes fail. .
There Is also a jrreat advanUge in onr serrated sickle
so ouen, tnos savin; ume. Our sickle will frequently
rou miougu an enure narvesi wunont once nrlndirie
while the smooth edge must be ground once each day,
If not oftner. "With a smoth edge the iraughtincreases
as me ami e oecomds auu. our draught is tmtform,
and in the repeated trials during the season of lsso fii'
proved far lighter than stag I e Mowers, cutting t the
same time from tw Ive to eighteen inches wider.
Our Mower can ee used with or without tbe reel, thia
uiwporiBut, aa wimoui me reel it weighs but about
In addition to the very literal warrantee given to
all puichasers, we Would saj as heretofore, that farmers
who may desire it, are at liberty to work our machine
mrougn me narvest, wua any other, and kiep and pay
for the one preferred.
Pamphlets with taU description of improvement.
lesumouiais, c, tan ne had by application to
THEQ. HILL, Agent,
May 15, 1862. n45-tf 1
JUST nECTITTJTm A T" tSDrnro
JOHN A. PONN
bow receiviag ani opeainr out his Snria'
Stock of Goods, consisiinj of .
Hats and Caps,
, ... Boots and-Shoev "
'-.I. - Iron and Naila,
-. Flour and Bacts,
i : . Furniture,
: Sash and Doorv
' . : , -. Window G 1 ass,
'. . elc., etf, er.
Which I will tell cheap fcr
CASE OE PEQDUCS.
and eaia? ia7 steck tefcre purchasing
Brownviile, April 24, 1852,
LETT, STEICSLES & Co.
BR WNVILLE. N. T.
We are now recelTinj aud oper-lnf a aomplata assort
ment of Merclia3iie, consUtin 1
Drilb, Osnaburg, :
- Denims, Cottooades,
Apron Check, Hickory,
Jeans, Ceragei, Linen.
All Wool Delaines,
, ." Fancy and Plain Silk,
Lawnes, aten Vestinjs,
. ilooped Skirts,
'.;OF 'GIIOC3SKIES: .
Coffee, Tea, ; .
. ' . Candle?, B. C. Soda,
White and Brown Sugar,
'Sack, Barrel and Dairy Salt,
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco
1 Fx'ds, Tacks.
Knives and Forks,
Hand Saw and Mill. Files,
&c, &c, &c, Sic, &c. Sec.
Cups and Saucers - ' .
Plates and riatters,' N
. Dishes and Tumbler.
Coal Oill Larcps,
Viklir &c, &c
OF BOOTS & SMOSS :
Kip, Calf, Buff and Kid,
Gaiters, Calf Shoes,
Oxford Ties, Misses Shees,
Slippers, Men's Calf,
Men s Brogans, Copper Toe,
Kip and Course Boots, &.c.,&c.
OF II ATS . & CAPs
Of Farming Utensils:
, Shovels, Spau'es,
Hoes. &.c, iic. Sec
Clear and 2nd rate
Pine Flooring, Siding,
Boards 1,11-2 and
2 Inches Thick,
Sash, Doora and Blinds.
All Sizes Sash,
All Sizes Doors,
All Sizes Blinds,
We call the attention of the pnblic to onr stock, as
onr CASH TERMS enable us to sell low.
Thankful for past patronage, we solicit a continuance
ef the same.
LETT, STRICKLER Si CO.
SwwMriUe, July 3d, 1862. n62-tf.
SADDLERY I SADDLERY!
Having recently made large additloce to my stack,
SA.DDLKS, HARNESS. BRIDLES,
COLLARS. LINES. WAGON WlilPS. BCGGT
OX LASHJES, HORSS LASIIES. STAGfi LASHES,
STIRRUPS, UUTUEBS, tC, .C
I think I can accommodate all in aaalltitv. onantity
and price. I work none bnt best Oak Tanned Leather,
and getting it directly from tanneries in Ohio, feel con- i
nuens n win give satisfaction.
Plasterer's Hair cn Hand Cheap.
CASH PAID FOIl HIDES.
J. W. M1DDLJSTOX.
SeptemberlJ, 182. a9.ty
Ever offered ia this Market.
KO DOUBT ABOUT ITI
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVS
Batimore Cotliing Store,
BROWirTILLE, N. T.
Aanounce te the Public that ha haaarmneJ ont a
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS ANP CAPS,
. ITER WEAR,
C, &.C., &c.
Unprecedented In quantity, quality and prices. He
"determined his wlcea shall correspond with the
times, and therefore c!Ter hero in the West, at Jqst
as low rates as such k'Mde can be purchased anyw'ere
in the Uiiited Stales. As ft sample of fcU prices be
will tnentlon that he sail
Coats from $X,25 up to $15,
Pants from $1 to $7,
Vests from $1 to $5.
Boots, Shoes, TTats, Caps. Fancy and M'hite Shirts. 8us-
PPoniTn"66' ' anUkercLiefi' the same
J Tne proprietor embrace thla opportunity of returning
;udn" tor pat patronace, and promise- to
ull m the future to give entire satinfacilor .
CaII and. ooo Uir..
Br9wnvillJcn 13, 1351.-1
FOR SALE V.
t - . .
Chicago ID. . Pri g1'
from factory ia Xew VorkVi n' fi:iiu :'
: a c? a - "u owur.ia.,.
: j:: v . ?racf!ci east i cr
w ia9 quit
aron lor toiling, and Wf,;.Q
steam ancient for a!i r-irposo, V. ?'
practicil, aad proves i fEUFECT Srrrr,:9:'2 I
221 A 2?.l u- M4.;,
Wnere will alao be found DoV 'jTr SCVS
Pump,, Force CLrterea, cS iA
ramps, laimble hkems and sai r Da;3
every variety cf Farming Too!, s
Sbel!er9, Feed-Mill., IUj .SV'W
Stoves The abovo
th laaaafactanrs. at t.h.v-..- . 1,8 n
January 1332. tf
COMMERCIAL NUBSQ? 1
03IAU.I, SEIlnASSi. ' I
. . E. H. BUECHE3, !
I iaa Jonc fine beea eoivincs-to' is. I
claw Jiunerxia lh West, wicrt "win4
TREES, SHRUBS, FLOWERS s i
v.i bo ua-tucu 10 onr cu:nie and i
lor 4le a
Wholesale or Retail,
A large and well seleotaJ stock, iu;uj t , . ,
Apples, standard and dwarf; pers fli,.f ,
Cherries, stdarj sa4 t:i
- tioiace. q..-J"
Ro6e, . """J..
CreePhoae and Be!Jmg r.iv.i tJt.,Kt
To wbkh I won'.d ten Ire t c! 1 the' ii;rii w ii.
people of Nebraska, abas, ColorUa, Un -:
west Miiaourl. ' "-
.E3My terms will 2,e t low u aa7 r:Ui'ii
By purchain f tli x?asof tri-; ,
fTotn the eat ran it? i.vei.
All trees aM pUnt are csrefaHy tsi --i l i
in the best manner, f.r wlic!) a cfcjrse cf t:.s
wj 1 1 be made. f 0 cbarpe wui be made Li ki'm
of packaifW'in board sieioiais.
All ct'nimnnicatioDS i'ldrpi,d U its na:cif4
will reveiv? prompt aueuiiua.
March. 136J. E. g. BrTS.
THE DAY SCHGOL BELL
THE DAT SCHOOL B2LL-A Xew Sinyag M
or Cay Schools, cu'eittie Dai School Bill,:
eady. it coDtains atotit 2COjpsoc!;iceiBfj,
Mi, Ko'in.1, Catches D-ie, Trio, Qu.irteu asttCw
roses, laauy of thc;m wrltren txpretslj fr ftijw.T,
besides 32 page or the E:ewwit.jf arwe. rial
ments are so ea.y n.J prjirresWa ti; nr Jinart
era will Cud themselves entirely stjkc-1bI n itstrr.
in? even young scholars to sicgcorrectiy aud jciklIi
cally, while the tnae and words emSnxes inpi i re
ety of lively, attractive, and oa! s;iric? maifii
sentiment that no trooi;'? will be exp!rifr)?fi!i;:
cing all beginners to go ou with ifal in sfqainai tl
in one of te most hea:ta-?mng, beniy inpr
happiness jieldia, aod order prodo:irf fierce i
school life, la simplicity f Its Eleciontj, 'jiw.ft
and adaptatlcn of music, acJ In excellence Urlt
of its songs, riitinal, selected, aud aiiai'tM. i
by much to e.tcel all competUora. U :!! ' iai
be the bet botk ever issued for 3erutn-iei,i-wi.!,
and Public Schools. A few tis.e p-M at
menta, tune aad aougs aro given ia a circv'jr;
and i?etoEe. It iscoapited by U jra B Wa r. v
of "Sabath School Eel Is." X s. 1 au 1 3, wi:s. !.' : J
the enormous sale of 655 000 cpies. Pr:cr-t
cov?re 50cts., $15 per hundred; tc iil u.JJ
per hurxired; cloth boned, en-.b tl niiiWi-'i.i: i
per hundred- 25 copies furnished it th z
price. Mailed free at the retail prue.
NOTICES OF THE PRESS.
The Day School Bill. T.e tiLts i t I; r
such as may be easily mas'.ere'l by rhii'lrta. Tif pt
of tbs son's is unexceptinahle and ! k-'?
school room. It is the cheape-t snn tti
compends of school nuiaic puL:i..Uei. .'f
Teach rr. , . .d
Day Si hool Bell This book miteM
to use in our common schools. v.hi-s
We have a great pam!er of irhool fz 9 - , t
the puMic, but miny of them Uck mnsicil m ! --
rary taste, and ara really demoraiiiici ia t-'1"
ence ucn the musical talent of th? jtsM- a
knowleged excel lauce, wedded to worii '-'f '
are tbeqnalities that ouht to b ? n',
est care in the preparation of a ch'l "V',.
book seems to combine the e two jaa'it.tt.-'
vania School Journal. Tri-iia.
Published bv U".vii.--
THE SOIL OF XEIJK.-S
X TJ V JX. 3D 13 33
BY TH01IPSON' & HEDGI3,
GABDENj FIELD, & FLOOT Swi
To Merchants, Ptotfis.Fass
It is eertaialy to yoar inters :s v
il of Xebra-k.
$1, of sales ir.i MiaQi''J'
Gregory's Celebrated Hart! HeaJ Miaia-
head Cabbage. r.-b..
n,..r,' olflbred 6Ua Maa .-?
Irae Early Rod
j " a i
Large Late Drumhead
7 Varieties of Lettuce sew.
narf Broom Corn
;eorgia White Sajar Ciae
Coaimon Chinese do
k frlmn Imuhce
Great Spanish (e e.tred ra.
ConnecUcut seed lea: ijlucw s,
Wilson's tf0 "
Mary! aod "
Mdrvland Brod Leaf
AJ aomo to otber
The Ladies, (li.xl blcf ".... .. .
cardpii thev wish to make 4m . .. .,,ntui
to have a nat, well kepi J-aWB
" - , n i . . 1 "
attractions that God lateii'ieu ?u M0 Pt--
teautiful and pure. A man or p ht
era can never lo coarse or nnreaj tte t ,rI
guage that speak to the heart, a i:il,aa '
catea : thv are embleniaMoal or v
liu.'ui.ca hu m"i'""i . .ap I'.
To our Lady readers of me - bl, . ... ,
ser." onr:o up your w - ',., w"
r i ox. i v j v J t fl s
Japan Pink, 4 kinds,
Sweet Wiliiauis, kind
Sn'.Uh Petan a.
t; imp-'- !
.,r,ra a kinds.
, .... ..v.-r liaXjlll' " ' ' -
Se IV O., Otofl
k'.ncU. frown on the Sj
terest t get seeds to sell on conimiwA t
and true to name. It i to your lutre.. ,jBi
qs instead of receiving them fDmtae -
UM;ka tht have ueeupeldied aro'iuu y ' rl
to your interest to give us an ordc f--. f i
sortment of Garden and Flower seeds,
which to suppiy your customers in " i
We will give you a coBiuuKa or -j
shaded, and here and tbsre d jh - u 4n
treasures, noddtnir iheir Jewo.M "
breerp. and emitting their re .-ms r
arouiKi. The husband, when te .et nr
care and tiirwfi of business, mcc.s ;, ..4
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