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" jjiory Strlckler1 Block, Main Street,
- BEOWNVIIiLE, N. T.
. fO n NA S & FISHER ,
. '" ' pjROPKIETOUS, ,
m .navear tf paid In advance, - -
'7 if Daid attheendof Smonthe
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Tint Of 1 or more wl1 'nrnl,bd ' M
m nrovliedtbe 'catb accompaniee the order.
-jjjj SIN-ESS. CARDS.
DR. A. GODFREY, '
Xducated In Trance, bavins: twenty-flve years' eipe
rt.oca in tbe Medical science, and one of tbe correspon
dents of the "American Journal of the Medical Scien
cM,"liaa located permanently in Brownvllle, and re
irectfnliy tendera hit professional services to the clt
bVci of tins citr and vicini'y.
E will r't coTiflne bit servlcea to common practice,
koi sepl tem to chronic diseases disease of lon
ftaudirx Mali" nant Tumors and Sores Abscesses and
rirs'S, Cancera atd Sore Kyea. even parilal Blindness,
jijpiy, commonly tailed Falling Sickness, Palsy.
1-grn(ia, wvspeps-y, Loniompuoi id me urn uu
state, Insanity in evme forms, aud diseases of
i rry kind. Particular attention paid to Ague.
! Be'11 " requented. gia refereuce to tnoae pro-
iounced li'cnrabi mine Luneu &catea, ana anerwaraa
earfd ty tini.
Ce'eT b fund at all bonri, either at H. C. Lett'a
Croc atorCi or at Its dwelling bouae, when ool engaged
proleaioni iMiainesa, . . , . .: ' Doo ly
BREITHEYER & ROBISON,
MAM CFACTCKERS OF
XAiy ItTWEIM HUT ADD IEC01IO ITa., '
t n '.''rBKUWNVILLE. N. T.,, ,
I VJl kL -'. fiii "
Hfint; recently purchased tbe Shoe Shop formerly
ewed by V'm T. Pen. we no-w offer oar work at great
r iHvced price.; are nannfactnre ail that we offer
furaaie.- CJ"A1I work warrauiei..
BrornviHe. cpU 17, ISfii. , . v.. , nll-ly
. C. E- STEWART,
I2KOW3VII.I.C XKlilt.lSIt.4; .,
EDWARD V7. THOMAS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.
Offlce c.rner of Main and First Sireeta.
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AUGUSTUS SCHOENHEIT, , '.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY
: ' Corner Tirat .and Main Streets,
CrownviHe. - - - ITebraika
! PIKES PEAK GOLD !
I I iil receive Piie'a Peak Gold, and advance
money upon the same and pay over baiance of proceeds
j at on a Mint returns are had. In all caaea, I wl"
eihihitihe printed returns of the United States Mil
j ar Assy office.
J NO. L. CARSON,
BULLION-AND EXCHANGE BROKER
BROWN VILLE, JSEBRASKA.
' - JAdOB MARHON,
Calls the attention of Gentlemen detlring new, seat,
strrlcable and fa.hionable
New Stock of Goods
BMAD CLOTHS, CASSIMERS, VESTINGS, &e..tc.,
OFTIIE VERY LATETT STYLES,
Tnkb he will sell or make up, to order, at unprece
dented low prices.- ..-..-.
Th t wifcbiun anv tblnf in hia line will do well to
and examine bis stock before investing, as he
pieUe hltaeif to bold out peculiarly favorible ln
orments. February lltn." 1861.
. Or ALL KINDS .
Alto, Werthonte Tnxcri, Letter
FAIRBANKS. GREEN F F & CO.
1T2 LAKE ST., CHICAGO,
dBe careful, and boy only the genume.C5
lane !2Ut. I8i3 9-3m
JOHIT L CAEOII.
(Successor to Lutfcbaugh & Carson
ex vr yg: 02. o
i lARDAPTAX, PAYING;
l)pn),r CiWh ' nt:r;irrtut Vai:tV. Land
JVarr-anlti Exrhange, and Gold Dust
main .s riu :kt.
imoVUVVIIJLE, XEKUASKA. J
y arl'l rirr P Casnt 1 eMarrfinvi IAnrlPi(r i nrl anins7 Pf
f-iiiiDg on tbe principal cm?s ul the Uuiieii States ti
sr .-. . - . 2..,lA Si ItrAr i ufnrrsnt Ha tti I I at AIm!
Sfa i i i JTT W W vaw-m wws..vu 4-wum
ru!d Uust, Collecuous niade on all accesMe jmint,
ana priKreens rfiun icu iu civuu m. wuiicui
1( polu rcreited on current account, and Interest al
lowed on special depsitA. i '
MAI. STREET. RETIYCEX THE
Tclegrrap" auu mo u. .
. Lana utiiccs.
Lui k ..,.. -. --- Philadelphia, Pa.
! w. Carson to. Co., ... .
' n, n. . . Rittlmnm. Md
I " W UIULUEI . .
I . Tbcmpaoa Mason, Col'r -t Port,
i T. Smltha..B, Esq., Hanker, Washlnrter D. C.
T. Stevens, Esq., Atfy at Law, " '
S. Gallaher, Late S4 A.ud. V. S.T. "
ior a. Krieuh, Bankera,
Cli lia,jye k. co.. ....
, SU Locis, Mo
monias G. Pratt,.
Hon T -. r
6mu. Esq., pres't S. Bank,
Geo. SchUy, Ay at Law,
Vi- Sm.HamnletonAtt'j at Law,
dse Tboa. Perry,
'ov 8, lS60-tf .
D A. CONSTABLE,
IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
CWLGS, SPRINGS, AXLES, FILES
o: Hubs, Spokes, and Bent Stuff.
ThlH Street, between Felix andEdmond,
S.T JOSEPH, MO.
UitX ,1.I,tSt. Louii prices for cash.
FJZ10? Pfcid C lTO-
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FROM C. H. SCRIVEN,
GENERAL ADVERTISING AGENCY,
IfO. C3 DEARBORN STREET,
1662. FALL TRADE. 1862
WEBER, WILLIAMS. & YALE.
HATS, C AS,
FJ S, BUFFALO ROBES,
BUCKSKIN GOODS, &c,
25, LAKE STREET, "CniCAGO, ILL.
We hare now In Store for Fall Trade th- Largest anl
best Assorted Stjck in our tine ever exhibited in this
Market, especially adapted to the wan-. of Dealera
from all aec'iona of the Korthweat, and nnsarpased in
variety and eh e apnea J by any to bo found WEST or
Merchant, who have heretofore purchased In other
Market are especially invited to exaaiine onr stock
thla scaoon, and ate assured we art fully prepared and
determined to ell Good a cheap, and on as favorable
terms as tbe beat clas of Houses in any Market.
ORDERS "WILL RECEIVE PROMPT TEBSOSAL
iw v. ; i ATTENTIOX. : ;
CASH PAID FOR RAW FURS,
- and Price List furnished by cxail.
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TTKBKR, WILLIAMS St TALE.
Oct. i-it. c13-Stt ' J .--'".V
. THOMAS DAVIS, -
. surgeon; .
table uocky nebraska
lUforeuoc, Dr. D. Owin, lirawurille.
April " n49-Iy .
E. 1MOODY c SON.
"Wholesoio and Betail Dealers in Fruit,
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
i - . AND SHRUBS AND
STOCK FOR IVtRSERYi1IET.
J. WILSON BOLLINGER,
1 1? O JFfc JST S3 ""2
COUNSELLOR0 AT LAW,
General and Collecting Agent.
BEATRICE, GAUE CO., AEBKANKA.
WILL practice in tbeseve al Court in Gage and
adjoining coantie?, sod will give prompt. Attention
to al!tuine?. entrusted to him. Collections prompt-
1 made. S7. articular attention given to locat
ing Land Warrants on lands careful) selected by
September 25, 61. nlZ-yly
op imm mm!
Merchants and Post Masters who will addres us this
fall, will be aupplied with Uarden, Field and flower
Seeds to tell on commission at fair rales. These seeds
are all grown here and are true to name.
THOMPSON fc HEDGES.
Nemaha Kurtery, Syracuse, Ote, Co..
Aug. 16 Ac6-Fu8 tf Nebraska.
PEAR TREES! PEAR TREES!!
1009 Standard Pear Trees, three to nix feet high, at
$30 pe hundred, cash.
fOOO Lawton Biackoerriea. at 5'-u pr toonsana.
6.UT0 Hndu'-n River Rspberries, at $3 per hundred.
6,K( Alleu's .taspbeiry, at $S per hundred.
10O00 WiWon Albany Strawoerrj, at $1 per hundred.
$5 per thousand.
40 030 Karly Scarlet strawberry, at sji per nunarea.
10,0" i Black Prince Strawberry, at $1 per hundred.
10,000 or Willow Cutting, at $2 59 per thousand.
60,004 Gray or Big Timber Willow, at $5 per thousand.
Order M Winter.
tmah Nurtery. THOMPSON REDOES.
Syraciue P. P., Vtot Gounty Nebraska..
November S9th. 1S62. n2M0w
"FAST HORSES. "
A If D
F E ED STORE,
ANNOrvCKS to tbe rblic n,t e has Prchael the
enitte interest in the Livery Stable and Stock formerly
oned by R.ere H. Biotber. He la now prepaied to
accommodate tbe public with
THE TRAVELING PUBLIC
Can find at bis Stable ample accommodations for
horse, mules or cattle.
N. B. The partnership h etofore existing between
Benjamin &. Joshua Rs-n Is iislved.
JOSHUA fc. BBSJAMLK ROGERS,
May th. 1SG2. n7-tf
To Western Farmers.
i v... ..vrl varieties of Tobatcvso that will ripen
well in this latitude. To any one who wishes seed,
and remits me a three-ent Postage stamp, en the
ssme, I will send a paper of eaca variety of seed
GRATIS. , . . . .
Orders mat o sent in th months or September
and October. I do this to introduce the culture of
TYbicco in the West. , .
Address R. 0. TCOMPPON,
Syracuse, Otoe County, Jiebraska.
P. S. Papers in Missouri, Iowa, Kansas and Ne
braska, publishing the above once, and sending a No.
marked .will retire twenty four paper choice flow
er seeds free by nail. R. O. THOMPSON.
100 of the mot severe BATTLE SCEXES and
incidents of the War, now ready, giie 18x30 inches,
highly colored.on fine heavy pikper. Sent post-paid,
20 forl,C0,or4 per 100. To ajrents and the trado
no better opportunity was eTercffered. .
Address EEXRT B. AXS0y,FiiniFteIwnr,$9
BROWNVILLE, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY,
MAL OR FEUALK,
TO sir-x. . m
LLOYD'S NEW STKRL TLA ' ? COTJNTT COLOEZD
MAP OP TDK UNITED STATES,
CANADAS. AND NSW BRCNSWICC
Prom recent anrveya, ompleted Aug. 10, JSCS cost
$50 OOO to engrave it and one year's time.
Superior to any $10 map ever made by Col ton of
Mitchell, and sella at the low price of fifty ceata j $70,
000 names are engraved on thia map.
It ia not only a County Map. but It Is also a '
COCNTT AND RAILROAD MAP
of the United States and Canada c mbined In one, ilrlni
1 EVERT RAILROAD STATION .
; and distance between.
Guarantee any woman or man $S to $6 per day, and
will take back all maps that cannot be sold and tefuad
Send for $1 worth to try.
Printed Instruction how tocasvaaa well be furnished
all our ajzeota.
Wanted- Wholesale 'Agents fr onr Maoe In every
State, California. Canada. England, France and Cuba.
A fortune may be made with a few hundred dollars
apiI. N$ competition.. J. T. LIi.TD,
Ko. 164 Broadway, Ktw Tork.
The War Department use our Map of Virginia M.ry
land, and Pennsylvania, Cost $100 000. on which is
maTked Miridletown Maryland Uelnbts, WillUmaport
Ferry, afillhrot.k Mills, 'land's Ford, and all othera
00 tie Potomac, and every other place in Maryland,
Virginia, and Fennxylvania. or money refunded.
1 . PRICE iS CENTS.
From The Tribune August S.
'-'Lloyd's Map of Virginia Maryland, and Pentisylva
nia. Tbia Map is very Urve; lt ost U but 26 ceuts,
and is tht but which, can be purckatd. al2-x9-3t
TKCRNj COLEMAH, CO,,'
Announce to the traveling pnbllc that their splendid
and commodloua Steam Ferry rnnnlng across from '
Brcwnville, jEfi' Nebraska. - ;
la one of the best In erery respect on the Upper Mis
s.;orl river. The Boat makex regular trips every hour
ao that no time will be lost iu wait ing.
The banks on both sides of the river are low and well
graded which renders unloading unneceeaary as is the
cue at mst other ferries.
No fears need be entertained as to difficulties at or near
this crossing, as everybody In this region, on both sides
of the river, Is for the Union the strongest kind.
Oar charges too an Item these hard times are lower
tban at any other crossing.
Travelers irom Cansaa to Iowa and to the east will find
thia the nearest and best rout 1 every respect.
THORN. COLEMAN & CO.
Brownvtlle, Nebraska, Sept. Slat, 1S61.
ipniNcu ess Co.,
FLUSHING, N. Y.,
W Will send to applieanVa who enclese stamps, their
N ew catalogue or smaii rruus, locioamg juu ooieci
Varieties of Strawberries. Also Catalogue of Bulbous
Flowers and Paeoniea, Fruit and Ornamental Tree-,
Rose and Flowering Plants, Seeds, 4.0. Bl0-Sw
' 2 AGZcB WORKS .
MANUFAOTlTEINQ- . COMPAITY.
DO YOU WANT
STEA5I ENGINES OR EOILEUS
patent sugar cane mills,
Patent steam coil evaporators;
patent fire kvaporators,
patent stamp mills,
PIKE'S PEAK Oil LAKE SUPERIOR
SEND FOR CIRCULARS,
With Cots, and Descriptions, Prices, etc., etc.
SAW MILLS, FLOURING MILL,
AND MACEIERT OF ALL DESCRIPTION.
CETSEND FOR CIRCULARS..
P. W. GATES, President.
N. B. Agents wanted everywhere. Chlcaga
R. W. FURNAS, AGENT,
Of whom Circulars aud detailed information can
March 20, 1862. fn37-lyj
HKLVIBPS MILLS !
FREIGHTERSl THE MIMES
An4 the pnbllc generally are respectfully informed
that his Mills are now in excellent runnlug order, turn
Ins out from 60 to 75 sacks per day. Ee has the best
millers in the Territory. : -
(Admitted both in Colorado and Nebiatka to be unsur
passed by any W est of tbe Missisxippl River ) Ii made
from the best of Fall and Spring Wheat, and ia sold at
as low prices as can be obtained In the Territory.
His fl'r la kept for tale at all tbf store in Brown
rille. Be it prepared to furnish rreightera, and citl
aens generally, with flour from either Fall or Spring
Wheat, and al-n with any amount of Corn. Corn Meal
and Back who t Flour at the lowest ca.-h prices.
Cu-tom (rriudingdone atone-eixth per bushel.
lie desires tccajl theattentiou of frelghtera to the
dvutce of Brownvids m a, shipping point totne
West. Not on'? ran any amount of grain and flour be
nMained here cheaper tban at any other point in the
T. r itory. but tbeMeichau f nere liav laid in this tea
si u a large supply of every variety of goods.
For Sale at Bargains.
Two No. 1 Shuttle Empire Sewing Machlnea.
One Franklin Family Sewing Machine.
Two Horace Waters' $79 Melodions.
Two Freeh's Conical Washing Machines.
OiiC No. I P. W. Gate & Uo.'s Sugar Cane Mills
Apply at tbe Advertutr and Farntr Office. Browt
rill e, Nebraska.
K? Mhch lth 1S1 ntt-tr
Tobire a man who understands Breaking Hemp, to
whom good wages will be paid. Enquire at th Is office.
BUT PURE, FRESH GARDEN SEED, raised in
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE STILL A
FEW THOUSAND APPLE TREES,
RAISED IK -THIS SOIL AND CLIMATE,
Which they offer this Fall,
CHEAP FOR CASH,
THESE THEKS ARE LARGE,
Will commence bearing in a year or two, yet we
will sell them at
$15,00 PER HUNDRED,
12,60 PER DOZEN.
maun". risaia jl hacxx.
Ayor's Ague Cure
UUIOir, ONE AND INSUPERABLE. HOW
, For the Advertiser. . ' !
To Oar . Flag.
Flag cf the brave, wiose banner dath i2ieJt . .
Snch glorjon tbe wariors bead j ,
Thou honored and adored scroll, - ,
Whiob nations never did control,
When Engiacd failed to make the bow,
' Mast thoa submit to traitori now t
Angelle lejiong sioj tby praise,
' The fire of 'rage in true hert blase j : A
The masioof tbj.msrtial spbore,' ,
Is fa&e on high and honor hare f , ,:!',
Tbj staff shall stand, tbj colors ware, ,;
. Till there's sot one, to fill a grare.
Like Ocean rolls th stream of blood ,
Onr soldiers sink beneath its flood.
Ye t well may they be pro,d to die.
Beneath the &g tha t waves' so high,
Though they my not e'en' find a grare,
Thou wilt 'orerer o'or theni ware, ' '
Tby colore of are brighter boe, t; '
We lore the red, the white, the bine, ! p
' The three commingled doth beseem, - - '
Tbe texture of a heareuly dream, '
For Liberty bath blended them, '
Like ticbj ia an unearthly gem. "
' -iw - :-. l. . .
They say tby colors are growing pale, ' . .7
Rebelion must and will prevail,
. But Oh : tboa banner of the free,
, Oar tears, and blood well ehed for thee, , ;
But when thy colors eeased to ware.
Let all be mouldering in the grare ;
F. B. C.
CRAPES THAT ARE CRAPES.
r .fill Creation Challenged
C.; a. GLI0DE5. OP IR0ST05, O., THE
1 TBODOCtFe '!
" The follawing: facts for they are facts
in reference to the production of grapes
are so extraordinary -that, did ;we; not
know that whereof we write,' we should
be tempted to exclaim, Dord, help thou
mine unbelief !" But if seeing is' be
lieving M then do ve believe, for there is
no sIeight-o-hand " in this business, no
Will o' Wisp," but simple facts in re
lation to grape production,-of which we
give an unfinished tale. " .
C. M. Glidden, toe producer, is a citi
zen of Ironton, Lawrence county, living
upon a small lot in ubout the centre of
the town. We wers .his neighbor for
several years previous to our removal to
Marietta, last June ; and his production
of grapes came under .'our personal ob
servation. Ais lot -is 1.102 by 66 feet;
heavy clay soil of the Ohio river bottom,
and there is upon Jt his two story brick
dwelling house, "with an. ell, to which is
attached a wood ished and coal house,
summer kithen, besides a wash house
separate ; also there is upon the lot an
open space for drying cloths, many squre
yards of brick pavement, two walks of
sawed stcne; and until quite recently
there stood up n it four of the finest bear
ing peach trees and an . apple tree.
Ho v much space for a vineyard 1"
The vineyard contains less than eight
square rods oj ground, but the vines run!
run upon an arbor over the pavements,
over his wood house and kitchen, upon
the sides and ends , of the house, but do
not run outside of the lot!
Mr. (ilidden says that his vines are
partly Isabella and partly Catawba ; but
the vines run close together, and, under
his cultivation, we are not enough of a
judge to tell "t'other from which."
About the last, of August., 1S58, the
Ohio Farmer, at Cleveland, hsd a letter
from Clermont county, stating, as some
thing uncommon, ahat n lady there had
a Cutaba vine running upon her house,
which had upon it that summer, "167
bunches of grapes, -all . sound." The
Mahouing ; county Register beat that
statement, a Mr. Simon having an Isa
bella vine with upon it 278 bunches of
large size," one bunch " containing 86
grapes. ". To beat this larst. two gentle
men went to Mr.. Gliddeu's young vines
in Ironton, and on an Isabella, trained
on the northeasterly side ot his house,
1,019 bunches of grapes. - They the.
became tired of counting, and saying that
they already had more than anybody
would blieve" quit. But we preferred
to publish the whole story " in our Iron
ton Register, and . took measures to as
certain the exact number, and that vine
had upon it 1,229 buuehes! : -.i.
At the same time. Mr, Glidden had
another vine only a year old the preced
ing Spring, trained upon an arbor, and
it had upon it 403 bunches of very line
Net an unsound or specked grape
could be found. No visitor evercan find
an unsound grape or a defective leaf up
on a vine of Mr. Gliddeu's until he has
gathered the crop!
In 1859, Mr. Gliddeu offered a "$500
challenge to everybody everywhere " to
produce a crop of grapes from the same
number vines of the same ago, that will
beat mine in the number of bunches, per
fection of grapes, free of rot, speck o
green ones ;" the person ! beating to re
ceive $500 from him, or if beaten to for
feit S500 to him. -The chellenge was
published in the Ironton Register, in the
Ohio Farmer, and in other papers, but
no one nccedted it.
The vine ( then four years old ) that
the year before produced 1,229 buuehes,
then had on it 1.543 bunches!
And four vines, two years old the pre
ceding Spring, had on them 2,596 bun
ches, and made 30 gallons of superior
In all, Mr. Glidden had 10 bearing
vines which made 7o gallons of the best
of" cative win$:" besides grapes used
otherwise that would have made five gal
lons more. I
In March, 1859, Mr, Glidden set out
an Isabella slip." The first season there
grew from it two branckes about six feet
long each. In the second-season (1SG0)
h trained cS" 3ntDcte frcp'thsse, and
AlfD FOREVER." ,
MARCH, 26, -1863.
grew a total length of 5(14 feet of wood I
The longest branch was 40 feet and
3 inches in length, . the shortest 14 feet
and 9 inches. In the third season, (1501)
Mr. Glidden: offered S100 to any one
who would count.'if there were not near
er 4,000 bunches cf grapss on that vine
than 3.500. . The real number was over
3,800 bunches ! ?
..In 1861, the vine on the northeasterly
end of his house, which produced 1,229
bunches in 1858. and 1,543 in 1859
how many in 1860, we do not know, but
the yield wns tremendous this same vine
in 1861, made 43 gallons of wine, which
Mr. Glidden sold for 656 exclusive of
casks!! .. . .. . , . .1 : j .-.'.
I That season ( IS61 ) he made 435 gal
Ions, of wine from his, eight square rods
of ground. . .t . : .: .- .: I
In the Spring of .1 862. we were board
ing in .Mr. Glidden's family. He . was
not very "loud" in regard to his grape
prospects. He "didn't think he should
have more than half a crop ;" there was
"a poor show for grapes," andll that.
But lo ! In the middle of July we visited
Ironton , and it is no exageraiion to say
that, go under his arbor,' about seven
feet in height,, shut up. .your, eyes, and
you hand at random, anywhere, and you
could grasp it full of: grapes. He only
made 385 gallons of wine, last fall, from
the Vhalf crop!" Mr. Glidden burns a
rag dipped in melted sulphur in his casks
to sweeten them. Through mistake he
put a burning sulpher rag , into an ai
olcohol barrel, and was blown up, injur
ing his arm, and side so much that he
could not work his presi to advantange ;
or had he been, able to press tight so as
to getyit all, he thiuks .he could have
made many, gallons more, he says 50. ..
Mr.'GlidJen now has over. .800 gal
lons of wine in his cellar, a cellar that
is fly titrht " and " uiouse proof, " yet
has in it a free circulation of air free
for a cellar.
A single leaf from one of the vines
measured 17 inches in diatnetor, in any
way it could be measured; over 17 in
ches in length to the point. A single
vine measured 100 feet in length.
BOW HE DOIS IT I
We may not be able to tell " scientifi
cally " the manner of cultivation, but we
can give an outline.
To begin; Mr. Glidden lets his vines
grow make. all the wood be can coax
them to do and then he. "eeoV' them
produce fruit, feeds them every day dur
His ground, as we have stated, is the
hard clay soil of the Ohio river bottom.
1. He makes it as rich as posible with
stable manure, to the depth of 15 or 18
inches, mixing in lime to a considera-bl
quantity, and sand enough to make the
ground, after it is prepared, light and
porous; His ground give to the foot al
most like c sponge.
2. He digs a trench 3:1-2 feet deep
by 3:1-2 feet wi3e, throwing the prepar
earth on one side, and the clay from the
bottom of the trench he places bones
from the slaughter house, to the depth of
five or six' inches; upon the bones he
packs solid about 18 or 20 inches of sta
ble manure, upon the top of which he
puts-the prepared earth taken from the
top of tne trencn in nigging, ana me ciay
from the bottom if spread o?er the sur
face of the ground.
2. He sets his plants. After that he
never digs the ground, but applies, all
" feed " in a top-dressing.
4. In the case of bearing vines, every
day when it does not rain, the whole sur
face of the. ground is freely sprinkled
with water, from the lime the grapes
are formf d until ripe. All the summer,
all his vines are fed with lime water,
about two-thirds of a bucket full of lime
to 80 gallons of water and all the soap
suds and all the dish waters from the
kitchen is fed to the vines. The heavy
bunches are tied up with twine to sup
7. The posts of the arbor, (three or
four inches square, plained and painted.)
are set about seven feet . apart, the cen
tre of the threnches being about the same
distance between ; post? about seven feet
high. Iron rods, round, one-forth of an
inch in diameter, run through the posts,
and along the top. about 15 inches apart,
forming the sides.. and top of the arbor.
The viues run across the arbor on the
top about six or seven inches ayart.- In
bearing, the blue sky overhead is scarce
ly to be seen from the bunches ot blue
crapes. . As the sun sets, and shines in
ihe side of the arbor, mist can be seen
falling-from the vines almost like a rain.
8 No mother ever nursed he child
with more unwearying and tender care,
than does Mr. Glidden his grapes. But
they repay all thime. all care bestowed.
9. Mr. Gliden's grapes never blight or
rst, KKVER TAIL !
. A SraAw-PAFEa Mill. Within half
an hour' ride, Poughkeepsie, there for
merly stood an old tumble down rookery
which has been used for a paper mill-
Recently it has been braced up and patch
ed and filled with machinery for the
manufacturing of straw-paper. Notwith
standing the forbidding exterior of this
structure, the interior is well worth a vis
it. Rye-straw is passed in sheaves thro1
one door and taken out in the form of pa
per at the other. Great machines are
employed to cut and crush and grind the
straw. Immense kettles are used to boil
the materia!, after which it is bleached
and put through various processes, until
it becomes good, white, flexible printing
paper. The paper on which the Tribune
Almanac is printed was made here.
The profit on straw-paper must be enor
mous.' In different parts of the country
there are many similar mills in operation
and before long there can be no doubt
that they, will drive the dear rag paper
cut cf ths n?5rk7t,-rA". T. Tritou. . : ; i
jt 1 A
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LA. US OF THE UNITED STATES,
Fasud at t&t Second &4t to of (A Tkirtj-nfnti
PU3LI32IED by AUTSonrrr.
CffAP. CHItT. Ao Act ti provide for tbe ap
pointment of an Indian Agent In LoloraJo j em toy
aenfutt'ee of ikt Unxttd SiaU of America im Com
art attmllrd, That thn President be. and ia here
by, authorised to appoint, by acd with the advice
and consent of the iser.afe, or during the reeesi
thereof and nntil the end of Its next session alter
such appointment, an agent for the Grand IZiver
and Wintah bsnds of Indians, in the Territory cf
Colorado, at a salary of Llteea 'hundred doUari per
Approved, Jnly 1.1S82. ' i
Cnar. CXX1T. An Aet for tbe Eallef of T7il
m li. Dt dd and other. - - ...
liaZfe it tiipcted by the Smate end JJoutiof Repri
ttntatitetnf the United istatet of America im Con'
gnu aMtVihlel, That the Secretary of the Treasury
be, and be is hereby, directed to lay out of the ap
propriation to complete the road from Mendota to
the Big Sioux River, contained ia the act approved
March third, eighteen t ucdred and Cfty-flve, enti
tled An act ma lit g appropriation for the support
of the. army for the year, ending tbe thirteenth of
Jnne, eighteen hut dred and filtT-sij.and for other
purposes, into the hands cf Horsce Aostin, of
tiaint Peters, Minnesota who is hereby appointe.1 a
commissioner to, dispose, of the same the sum of
three thousand two hundred and sovenly dollars,
the fame having been estimated for in said eppro
priationracd being foredmpleteingpart of said road
to be paid out by him ss follows, to rit) The aid
commissioner shall give notice to all persons having
claims against William 13. Dodd for labor or mater
ial! in the construction at said road, by publication
ia a newspaper or general circulation in the neigh
borhood said where mad is situated, for ninety days
end ly posting written or printed notices in three
public p'aces in each county thrcugh which said
road pastes, to prerent and prove tht ir claims with
in the nineiy days olore.nad ; and alt such claims, so
preeentea and prove their claims within the ninety
days atercsitid; ard alt claims, so prepared and
proved within the time limited, we hll py to the
ianie reepcctiyely, nnd the residue, niter the liq
uidation of mob claims, and the payment of the ex
neoaes tif thia eommiaiioD, be shall pay to the said
William B. JJodd.
CaxT. CXXT. An Aet to incorporate the Guardian
iety and reform Juvenile Offenders in the
Diatrtot of Columbia. ' ,
Be it enacted ly the &te and Home nf Rtprttm
tativtt of the United M otet of America in Cujrft
aeetmllei, That Amoe Kendal, John M. Broad head.
Zenas C. Bobbins, gajles S. Bo wen, Fehembh R.
Nortbrup, Benjamin B. French, Joseph Bryan. Pe
ter N. Higinbotham, Thomaa C Jenner, David W.
Heath, James B. Barr, Matthew Waite, Samuel A.
li. McKim, John K. N,ure, and 3 toy hen Prentin,
and their associates and successors, being members
of said society, by payirir into its treaaurr tne sum
cf two dollars annually, ,r life members, by paying
filty dollars at one time, or ten dollars annually,
for six years, are hereby incorporated and made a
body politic by the came of tbe " Uoardiaa Society"
for tbe purpose of encouraging aod aiding impar
tially such of the poos, the ignorant and the ricious
as can be induced to make snch efforts as they
cnght for the improvement of their condition, and
by that name shall bare perpetual i ucce.ion, with
' the power to nse a common seal, to sue and be sued,
to plead and be impleaded, in a ay court of the Uni
ted Stales, to collect subscriptions, make by-laws
and rules needful fr the government of said corpor
ation tot repugnant to the laws of tbe United
States, mav have, Lold, and receive real and per
sonal eatate, by purchase, gift, or devise : may ue,
sell, or convey the same f,r the purposes and benefit
of said corpoiation ; may chooao auch tQcers and
teachers as they may deem necewary, prescribe
their duties, and fix their compensation.
Sjsc. 2. And be it further euscied. That they
may, at their discretion, receive into a house of in
dustry provided by said society any miners, under
tbe age of eighteen years, who shall becuuvicud if
any crime, offence,or misdemeanor, other than such
ea are capital orpunirfcable by iniimoriment for
life; and ueh person shalf be committed by the
court, or magistrate before wb m ike tcnvu-licu
shall be had, to said bouse of industry, with aual
tednate sentence to the jail or enitentiary ot the
District of Colrmbia if the trustaer decline to re
ceive or beep them, and to the commitments shall
be annexed the names, and rfuencea of tbe wit
nefses examined and tbe suhstanco of the evidence
Sic. 3. Anfbe it farther enacted, That tbe court
may, w1h the consent of accused persons, or .their
parents or guardians in writing, arrest proceedings
at any time, and commit thtm to the house of in
Src. 4. And be it further enacted, That tbe trus
tees may receive any children at the request of the
parents or guardians, or next friend, or the mother,
if the father be dead, or has abandoned his family,
or does not provide for their support, oris an habit
ual drunkard ; such parents, guardians, or next
friend, or mother, making a written, surrender of
Sec. 5. And be it further enaoed, That the trus
tees shall not be required to receive any offenders
known to be extremely ricious, nor to keep any who
may preve incorrigible, or whase continuance may
be deemed injurious; and those whom any two of
the trustees or the supetintendent, if duly authoris
ed by tbe board, shall to keen or receive or keep.
shall be disposed of according to their alternate
Sec. 6. And be it farther enacted, That persons
committed as witnesses, and those under the age of
eighteen years eommitted for trial shall be placed
in tbe bouse of industry instead of the jail or pene
tentiary, unlets they are so v icons that placing
them in it should be deemed injurious.
Sec. 7. And be it farther enacted, That no com
mitment shall be for a shorter term tban nntil the
offender is reformed or twenty-one years of age, ex
cept such as may be committed 'or trial or as wit
ness : but any of them who mar be deemed to be
thoroughly reformed may be discharged durirz
good behavor, ou tbe order of the boars of trustees,
4u!y entered upon their record.
See. 8. And be it further enacted, That tbe rnp
intei:dent may, with the concurrence of the board
of trustees, govern tbe inmte, preserve order, en
force discipline, impart instruction in the venera
tion and love of God, in morality, uefat knowledge
and (me regular curse rf labor, and establ.ab
rule f t the preservation of health and tbtir pro
per pbyi-ical. intellectual, and moral training, nntil
tbey are reformed, and discharged, or twenty-ens
years of age, or remanded aa ineoiTigigible. Tbe
trustees miy bind out. with their eonnt, by in
denture,' any who may appear to be tuff.ciently re
formed, wbere they will bive the be-itfit of good
example, wholesome instin -lions, ar d other means
of improvement in virtue aud knoledge, and the
opportunity of becoming intelligent, moral, and
useful members of society. They may appoiat a
committee of one or m re of their own number to
execute and deliver indentures, wball be filed and
kept in the tffice of the bouse of industry. The
super intendent rcsy let out inmates to hire daring
the dsytirae to tmplcyera whose work is act too
distant fr m the house of industry for him to have
the general inspeotitu of their eosdaet and the
treatment they reeeire.
Sea. 9. And be it farther enaetod, That if any
apprentices, prove, nntrcstw rtby scd nnrefotmed,
tbe trustees may. at their discretion, permit their
return, and order tbe indentutes cancelled. Fugi
tives from the house of industry or from eprectiec
ship, may be arrested and returned to hf-nse of in
dustry by a sheriff, eon tb!s, police oS -er, or an
oQccr of the house of industry, on tbe written or
der of any two of the trustees or tbe superinten
dent. See. 19. And be it further enacted. That persons
under the age of eighteen years shall be entitled to
a private examination and trial, if they request id
in wnuny, at wnicn oi.iy toe parties snail be ad
mitted, their parents, guarJianj, it other kgnl re
present at ires.
See. II, And be it furtherenaeted, That the ex
penses of maintenance of tb j inmates eommited for
offences against the people, or for trial, r as wit
nesses, shall be paid by the county, and those of
persons committed by ptrenU, garii.o. or next
friend, shall be paid by thi prmn euuj t'in
them, unless the trrstees shll otberwije dMmine.
The cates of expenses shall be lUod by taa bja. i of
Sco. 12 'And be it further euaated. That th
grounds, and the buildings thereon, for th ue of
saidsooiity, shall be exempt fma tajraiioa . '
A77BOVS3, Joly lt liid,
,2'nai C i
Caa lull twl .
, t u ;iai or I e;s r"-r
Oaf fourth c 5 rsr
One elh'. cci-r.a o jsr , ;
Oae column aix ocntha -OnekalX
One fourth eoleain alx montis
One eighth of a coiurrji six muntU
One column three months -
One half column tbrne months . '
One fourth coin ran three months
One eiichth col oma three m ntu
AnnouncincCandi1ats for 0S?, -
4i It r
: !J v r
Transient adrti-eraonU mut be pa!i t'.T U aratk.
reHriy adver'Uemeuta. quarterly in tins. .
I a Trn:,c!'Qt A'ivertiseraents, fractions ovr
jnare will bo charged for ty the line, at the rat t,t l:-
5-entstha flntt week, and 6centaeca aaiseaeat ei;
.,- .-nzi- . . :,i
Chap, CXXVI An Act to punU'a aad j.rr-t tie
Practice of Po'yeaaiy in ths Tssriuritj c? ti;
United States aod other riic:s,an.J d'Mrnn ;
and annulling eer!aia Acts of ti. L2 !-ar-
Anembly or the Territory of Utah.
Be it enacted by tt St mate and ili cf
tulaUvet of the UaiZed ElaUtof Jbneric in C'i j
tiermlUd, That erery person harip j a hai ,
and or wife liriB. who shall marry aay Jir 4
person, whether taarnei or sin'a, ia 'Territory ef
the Ueited States, or other pJwe ce whl;i ta :
Uaited State bavo exclusive jurisdiction, sba'.!, ,
except in casra speciSid in th3 prorUo to tuij sj4
tion, be a-ijadred gaUty of biay, asl, epos oa- '
riotion thereof, shall be panisotd by a fine not et-
ceedingly fire years j pjovided, neverths!ss. Tiat J
this section shall not extend t any marrie Si.!;
bare been abent fr five sacci-iv y-art wiihoal
bicg k newn to scch person wi :tia that tia U b
iiring; nor to anv por?oa by rsasna of aay fjr'iij1
marriage which shail have beta diss iTVei by tjw .
decree of m eom?et9t.t court ; ecr V any per.;a by
reason of any furmer marriage whioh sha'i hare '
been annulled cr pronounsed void by ths sasiezsa '
ordecrea of a competent court ea the gmal c-f .
the nullity of the marriaze contract.
Sec. t. And be It further enacted, That tie fj '
lowing ordinance of the prori jional g'rercment of ,
the State of Descret, so ea!led, nsasly j "An eri
nance ino)rporating the Church ef Jjsis Cairt of
Latter Day Saints," ptusetf. fsbrsar etjit, U the '
year eighteen handred aai fifty one, and adoptsd,:
reenacted, and made rallii by the yirnrnor aad ,
legislative assembly of the Territory of Uuh by aa '
aet passed Janaary ttiaUaa, in the year oihttca
hundred ane fifty-fire, entitled An act la reLaiioa '
to tha compilation and rttiiica of the. laws aad
resolution," and all other acts and psjij of a-iu'
keretofure raised by the said lH3atire ajiasslr '
of the Territory of Ltah, which asubluh, s-jpjorLf
maintain, shield,' or contenanoe polyray, b, aa
tne same nereey are, auapprtrej aud amu!!dt
Prorided. That this act shall base llsiitsl ail.
construed a not to effect or iaterferf with the
ngbt or property leslly acquired naiar tie erdi.
nauc heretofore meutiosad, nor with the rig'at " t:
worship Cod accordiag to the dictates of eoacir;9- '
but only to annul all acta and laws which C4Ub:i;h,.
maintain, protect, cr ecntsnaz.se the practice ef
polos my, erasirely called spiritaal marriart. howV
ererdigaised by leg! or eces asUcal soleicnitisa,,
SAcraaants, ceremonies, coaseoratio3,or etiir cca-
trivancea. , - -
See. 3. And be it farther et acted, That It sia!t
nor be lawful for any corporation ct ajjjclation fo?
religious or charitable purposes te twiin er bo'i'
real tsote ia any Territory cf th United Sutsa
daring the existence of the territorial gorernmsfit'
of a greater val 39 thai fifty thoasaae dollars: sal
a a aa k
an r ai estaie anqmrea or aeia cy any sua corpora
tion or association onirary to the prorh'aaj of'
this ct shall be forfeited and escheat to the Cat
ted Statet : Provided, That exbtio rested V.j-hta'
ia red esute sUaII not bo Lspalred by ths rrurl
siont of this s tioa.
ApproTed, 2lj 1.1352. . ; p; .' ,
E. acted c (Is Seuattand Ve
tivef if tht United Statrtnf Amaricain Cvnjreeeetf
eaioiW, That there shall: be aroofntei br tha
k . . . .t . . . . . .
rresiaent, cy axa wua 123 ainoo aodeoaseatef
the Senate, forty surgsone and one hundred aad
twenty assistant srgens of voliateers, wh ftiH
have the rank, cr 9d envluasents of o3ars nf
corresponding grades ia the regular amy )Prriisl
That no one shall be apcointtd to any p?sith
under this act anlesi he shall prerloa j!r hara la
examined by a board of Diiol 2 )irt U be ap-
minted by tbe Secretary of War. and that ricin.
cies in the grads tf surgeon on tha grouai cf tatrfv
only :. And providea, turtaer, Tbat this ait shall
continue in fontj only daring the exutsase ef the
present rebe. ion. - j
Seo. Z. And be it xortber ensvited, That frera
and after toe pwairo of tbis a!t. Brigod Sar-on
shall bo Known and cesmnated as Sargmin ef V'oU
unteers, and be attached to ths ztnef&J mediuil
staff under the direction of the Suroa Oeueraki
and herenfrer such appoinimenU for the medical
service of the army shall be appointed S jrjjQ' cf
Volunteers. . .
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, Thsi icsteai
of one assistant snrgeon'aa provided tf the se
cond section of the act of July 22nd , 18J1, eiuji
regiment ef Volunteer ia tbe service of (he CaUud
Mates sba'I nave two AsuUct Sargeosi.
AfPROVD, July 2. 15)7;
- - . ,
Chf. CXXVIII. An Act to prescribe aa Oth of
rS 'e. and In? otoer purpca.
Uj it ennrtrd 6a tht Srmnte and JToutt of Ievr
fentntire of the United Slatee of America in 0m
yfvi, at'tn'led, That hereafter every, penoo elect
id or rioin'.ed t any oSce of bener or profit un
tne eovromcnt ox tae totted states, ettief in the
cin!, inHi'sry or naval departmanta of the fuibl.e
V ij: l r . l .
minx, jr, hi tiuiuia i toe tliHM
States, shall, bofore eaten n. noon the daSies cf
of such (5;e, snd before being entitle-! to any of
the salary or other emoluments thereof, U'i sal
subsaribe tbe ft.liowioz oath or aarmaUoa .u 2, A.
B., do solemnly swear (or arm) that I bsi e never
voIaaUrity borne arms against tbe United Stej
since I bav been ci risen thereof; that I bar
voluntarily given no aid, countenance, eouni'it.'cr
eneouragemen to persons engaged in rmed host.'litr
tbereto : that 1 bare neitbea sought nor accreted
nor attempted to exercise the functions of coy
cilice whatever, nadir any authority er preluded
authority in hostilities to the United States; that
have not yielded a voluntarily support to any pre
tended government, autnortty, power or conuta
tion within the Uoited States, hostile or iaiJoioAl
thereto.. And I do further swear (or aSns)tbt
to the best of my knowledge and ability, I sill
support and defend tbe Constitution of tha Us! tad
States, against all enemies, foreign and daeatio :
tbat I will bear true faith and allegiance to &
same; tint I take this obligation freely, without
any mental reservation or purpose of evaaioa, aal
that I will well and faitbfally diseharge the da
ties of the efflce on which lam about to eoter, so
help me Qti .-" which said oath, se takes sri
ed. shell be preserved among tha files of the Ujui
of Congress, or Department to whicn the aid'o.
may aip?ruvia. ; And any person who shall falsely
take the said oath shall be guilty of perjury, aoi
on conviction, in addition to tbe penalties a w pre
scribed for tbat offence, shall be deprived of his
cfiee and render Snoapable forever afwr of hiiiin
any sfSce or place under the Toiled SUUs. ;
ArrsovzD, July 2, 1332.
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Cnar. CXXIX.An Act to estabiiih a land Dis
trict la tha Territory of Xavad, and r etaar
purposes. . f ' '.i
B it etTCt'd lp ike Semite and Uonto tf Rrprem .
tentative nf ike United Sale of America in Conyrtet
AtemtUtd, That the public lands f tht UnitaJ
States in the Territory of Nerada shll ccnstltat
land district, to t-o eallcd the District cf Xerada,
tbecEce for which shall be ejUblished at sach
place within said district as th Preaiaerif of tlje
United States may from timo to time direct, aai
the pre-emptioa laws are hersby exUadsd to sail
Sec. J. And be it further enacted. That tie Pres
ident be, and ha U hereby, authorised to appoint,
by and with the advice and consent 9 the Senate,
a register aod rsceiver for sail district who sb all
be required to reside at the sit of said 2s, and
who shall hare the same powers and perform the
tame duties as are now or may hereafter be pre
scribed by law for other land oScers, aad whose
compensation shall be tho same aa-allowtl to such
t-Bcers ty the act approved April twenty, e;ghteca
hundred and eighteen, entitled Aa act for eaang
iog tbe eompensRtioa of reeursrs aad rs 'istsn of
the land oCoea.
See, 3. And jbe ft farther enacted. That whsa
the settlers in any township or townships, not min
eral or reserved by government, shall dssir a sur
vey made of the same un )r the authority ef tha
Surveyor-General of the United Stale, aad shall
file an applieHioa thereof la writing, and deposit
ia a proper United States lspositry to the credit
of the Uhlted States a sua suS.Maat to pay far
such surrey, ("g-sther withall expenses iacidsnt
thereto, wuhout eost or elaiu: foe iadamnity ea tha
Uoited State, it shall and may be lawful for said
Lurveyor General, under saeh instructions as may
be given hi to by tbe Commission r of tbe General
La Zd Office, and ia accordant wish existing law
and instiu;ticns. to survey suh township or to a.
bip or townships, at-J mke return thereof U ti
geueral aad pnpr looal UnJ cfaee: PrXivjisJ,
Tbt the twn;bipa so prpoi to be s'jrreye-l art
within the raogu of the rt-ilftr prcjres of the pah-
i! urri-j iiB9rKtii oy ex.sun suaijri i;a or
baves for tbe
a rr vrrv. JnTv
Okrci or Gumbb'Secd
The bett ubltute for Ci(tf prepared la that-a,
mincer a C ffee . PdCkanea of oy m.ij at i i
ecb. Krb package o.ntslne teed eaenja fc rtja
aptp;y ;'.r aavittinary faaily, . ( "
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