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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (July 9, 1863)
Wtj KNICKERBOCKER MONTHLY:
. DIVOTID TO
Literature, Art, science, Politic-, Society.
I Th rlcneer of American MjnihUet will henceforth
-e known the
-ISICKEH DOCKER MOXTIIIY:
4 XATIOKAA MAOAZIXC OT t,ITIATCr, AIT,
) CirKCi;,OLITIC. AHDtOCIKTT.
I It will bo the Aim of the present conductor not only
uui iu former prtttipe, but to exteud its circle
I render, and mike it welcome guest la every
merican household. With tble view, no labor-or ex
ens will be pred la ecuring the highest order of
alent, not loce on tail tide of ice Atiautic, butts
i Although. literary Kagatln, It will not hrlni
'ota boldly ciscustlng tie great political question of
h tfar, tree froia all party bit. It will eahrae
moo tt mlacelleneona content, notes on current
rent', revlewa of new book, and literary, Art, taen
iae, musical ad dramatic Rosip while tte 'Editor
1,-t'e with which the reader of 'Old K.ici' tare
? eea to lamS'.iar, he monthly epied with the
.bolcest literary viand the market can supply.
I It la that hoped that even under the depressing ln
neore of a protracted war, the veteran Macaiiue of
.h United State win reap, la U new and Improved
harder, A pledtiiul harvest of inscription, and
maintain, with added lustre, that position of a Brut--las
monthly, which It has held for uxor than thirty
j One eopy, three dollar a year In advance, potttg
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alluwed to person aextdiSg club of ten or more ub-
I All communication should he addressed to
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j ' 87 Park Row, New Tork.
"TJnauestionably the best sustained work of
thu L-.nrl in tha World..
HEW r.iOriTKLY MAGAZINE,
CRITICAL NOTICES OF THE PRESS.
The volumnfc bound constitute of themeive a li
brary of miscellaneous readiuc such a can not be found
la thesaruecobipan in anv other publication that ha
come under our notice Bo t ton Courier.
The most popular Monthly in the world. Ktre 1 ork
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and varied excel lenceof "Harper's Masasine" a jour
nal with a monthly circulation of ab ut 170 000 cpie
in whoa pages are to be found aoaie r.f the choicest
light and geueral readina of the day. We speak of tbi
work as An evidence of tbe American People; end the
popularity it has acquired is merited. Each number
contain fully 144 page of readiug matter, appropri
ately illustrated wttb K'X'd wood-cuts ; and it combines
In I we II tbe racy monthly and tbe rxwre philosophical
quarterly, blcnJel witn tbe best features of the daily
journal. It has great power in the dii-semlnation of a
loveofpnre literature. Tacbvek'i Guide to Amer
ican Literature, London.
Ho Magazine in K a rope or America Is so wel 1 known ;
none has half a many readers; and, we may safely
ay, none ha received so large a tribute of adraitra
tion from tbe cultivated clast-e. that deiiglit In a
healthy, diversified, elevating periodical llteiature
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ceived. Tbe Potape is Thirty Ix Cents a year, or Nine
Cents for three tilths. HARPER it BROTHERS,
B42 Frauklin Square, New Tork.
Th TJf CTh.rtpest. And most Successful
Fn j Vr-.per in the Union."
A COXPLETZ flCTOKIAL 01 THE THCE3.
Price Six Cents a Number; S300 a Year.
Critical Notice of the Pre$.
. It fresh leavcA, its clear type, it entertaining
Tarity, its revere bat just criticisms upon tbe follies
cf the lie, it elejAPtlv written ami instructive
articles, and it Able correspondence, all combine to
tnake it the model newspaper of our countrj, ami
one that ever family must prizo. It cotiJenetl
weekiT summary of forr'nj and domestic intflli
genetii altogether euperior. to 4bat contained in
an other journal. Being published, too, in a form
for preservation and binding, if Uken care of as it
deserves to be, it will be found in future yenrs as
welcotat acompnniun forth family and Crofide as
tha day on which it was first persued. A. 3.
W would not so often ca'.l Attention to IIabfer's
WcnLY if wa were not well satisfied that it is t&e
lrf omit j Pafr in the United Sfafes, aud for that
reason, And that alonn, we desire tn see it under
lain and root out a certain kind of literature too
prevalent, which blunts the morals of it readers,
vitiates their taste for sensible reading, and is al
ready bad in its elect. JVie London Aderrtitr.
Wherever we go in rail-cars and steamboats
w find it seised with cagernes, because of it spir
ited sketches of pacing events.. W all like to
look at the foea 'of men we hare read. of. and at
hi) and fort that have figured in the bloody
aocne of war. U all such men and place, and
evenU, this rper furnishe tbe best illustrations.
Dur future historians will enrich themselves out of
U aapck'S Weeklky long after writers, and paint
er, aod publishers are turned to dust. -V. l'va
On Copy for One Year tS P&r
On Cony for Two Year 5 00
Aa Extra Copy will be allowed for every Club cf
Til fcCESCiBMS, att2,i0 each, or 1 1 Copies for
llAnrzR's MiCazrKK and Dakper's Weeilt,
tFther. one year, f 5 00.
lUitrEits Weeelt i elecfrotped, and back
Cumber tun be had at any time.
VoJa. U. II , III.. I V V , and YI for the Year
1837 tolSWiDclusire.of-HARl'KICS WtEKLY."
handsomely bound id Cloth extra, Price $4.3S each
are row ready. Th postage upon Hakters
Wieelt, when paid in advance at the oSoe where
It is receisei, U twenty-six rents a veer.
llAUrER & BROTHER.
Fkimmx Sqcark, New Yok
TIIE HORACE WATERS MODERN
IltPROVED OVERSTRUNG BASS
FULL IRON FRAME FIAI703
re built of tbe best and most thoroughly seasoned ma
teiU's, and tll stand anvelliuai. Th tone is very
tcp. vouuJ, full, and mellow; tte touch elastic.
V.cb Paauo warranted for 0v year. Prices from $225
The TIorane Water Pianos are known a imotif the
very best." Evngtlitt.
We can iek or their merit frcm personal knowl
4e." Chrittten Intelligencer.
Wateia' Piano and Mel xleouschallenee comparison
with tte Cnet made anywhere." Ueie Journal.
175 -HEW 7 OCTAVO PIANOS, of differ,
em makers, for $fS do., with carvel legs. Ai),
1225 aod $140. feconl-hand Ptxno and Melotieous at
t-'S. $40, $M, $)0, $73, $100, $115, $125, $160, and
The Horace Water Jlelodeons and II a r
ninniums, Taned the Eual TeJiiperaraent with the Patent Divided
Swell. Prices frooi $5o to (300. Alexander Or
girm from $20 to
tT liberal dco'nt to Clerrymen, Chnrche, 5b
biu tkbAtui, Seminarie. and Teacher.
liOKACK W ATKR3, Al l
Ko. 4S1 Broadway, if. T.
CROOM COKH VAHTEDI
JOSEm II ELLAB AUGER,
Desires to purchase a Urge amount of Broou
Cora for whi h be will py the
sucursT mice cash.
Fee U n2:-tf
KI.XV JIUSIC. "
FtA'.l we Know Enh Oihcr Tberor Song or
Duet And Choroa, l y Key. Mr. Lowry, Author of
SiLl Ath LtH CLirte ott." Thi song ig god.
IVioe cen'F, L.:iU-d fiee. A piania ia attend
Ate to try nw tauic.
nor. ACE WATERS,
Pl ' -If Ke. tl Iaiwsjjliblifher;
MAliUFACiTBD 0 ' COMPANY.
VO T0C VTA NT. -
STEA!I EXtilXES OR DOIlEfiV
PATIXT SCOATt CAKS ITTLtS.
Patent stb am coil bvaporatoU,
patkxt fire kv apor at0u3,
PATENT bTAilP MLLLS,
PIKE'S PEAK OR LAKE SUPERIOR
8E FOR CTRCrXAB?,
TTlth Cuts, and Description, Prices, etia., t.
saw int.i.3. rLomiN'a MTIL,
AXD JiACaiERT OF ALL S2SCiSlPTI0ir.
t-SEND TOR CIRCULARS.
P. W. OATSS, president.
27. B. Ajeai wanted everywhere. - Chlef
R. XV. FURNAS, AGENT,
Of whom Circulars and de'.ailed Information caa
if arch 30, 1363. In37-lyl
FOR FALL -TRADE.
JOHN O. DEUSER,
MAIN STREET, BROWNYILLE, N.T.,
Takes pleasure In annonwlng thtthe has nw nn-hand,
a large end select stock of every Article in hi line,
Of all the Improved pattern, tI: Plymouth Rock,
Charter Oak, Valley Forge. Elevated Qven,
etc., &.c, Ac,
Box and Psrlor Stoves of an endless wariety, some of
which are entirely new designs, vis, : Combined
Cook and Parlor Sttrrt. eonietbiuf
very Dice for small families.
I CALL ESPECTAL ATTENTION OF
FARMERS TO MY
HEAVY SHEET IRON,
for Sugar Boileri, and
LARGE CAST IROX KETTLES,
A VARIETY OF CHEAP
LARD AND COAL OIL LAMPS
Bras, Cepper, and sheet Iron ware;
Lanterns. Shovel and Jupinned
Ware, 3 , fee.
SELF-SEALING FRUIT CANS !
OF the latest and mot improved Styles, cheap
for cash. .
I am prepared to put p gutterirg and sporrtln-R, and
all other work of my liu at tbe shortest notice, and la
a workmanlike manner, which I warrant to five satis
faction. August 2. 18R2.
A CARP TO YOUNR LADIES AND
Tbe eubfcriber will send (free of charge), to all
whndeire it. the Recipe fctvl directions for making
a simple Vtytulle llaln. that will, in from two to
eisht day,reuiove Imrt.F:s,Ui.0TCHS3,TAH, Freck
les. Sallownfps, Ar.d all iinpurities and roughness
of the Skin, leaving the fame as Nature intended
it sboud be fl, clear, nmooth and beautiful. Those
desiring the Recipe, with full inductions, directions
and advice, v ill please call on cr address (with re
Xli'JilAS t. CllAr." AS, rraeticAi (jbemist.
831. Bread way, New York.
Msy 22, 1882. - ni6-2m.
Tte Best Mechanical Paper in the World.
VOLUME VI r I NEW SERIES.
A new volume of this popular. Journal commenced
on the first of January.' it is published weekly, and
every number eontsins sixteen pages of useful in
formation, and from .five to ten original engravings
of new inventions and discoveries, all of which are
prepared expressly for it column.
TO THE MECUAMC AA'D MAX UFA CTURER.
No person engaged in any of the mechanical or
manufacturing pursuit should think of ''doing with
out" th Scientific Ameriean. It est but eix cents
per week; every number contains from six. to ten
engravings of new incchaincs and inventions, which
can not be found in anv otlir puhlic-ition.
.TO THE INVESTOR.
The Scientific American is indispeiinble to every
inventor, as it not ouly contains illustrated descrip
tion of nerty all the birst inventions aA they eom
out, but each number contain an (rfficial I.isof the
Claim of all the 'Patents i-cued from tbe United
States Patent Offii'e during tbe week previous; thus
giving a correct history of the progress of inventions
of this country. We are al.-o receiving, every week
the beet avium ific journal of Great Britain. France
and Germany ; thus placing In onr possession all
that is traaHpiring in rtvicharical science and art in
theje old countries. Wo shnll contirno to transfer
to our columns copious eitracts from these journals
of whatever we may deetn of interest t onr reader.
A pampblet of instructions a to tbe bet mode of
obtaining Letter Patent on new inventions, ia fur
nished free on application.
Messrs. Munn & Co. have a.Hed as Patent Solicit
ors for more than seventeen ycAr. in conna '!on
with tbe publication of the Scientific American, and
they refer to 20,000 patentees, for whom they b&T
done business. .
No charge is made for examining sketches and
mode's of new inventions and for advising inventors
as to the rstentahilifv.
CUEMISTSr ARCHITECTS. MILLWRIGHTS,
The Scientific American will be found a most
useful journal to them. All the new discoveries in
the science of chemistry are given in it columns,
an 1 the interest of the ar hkect and carpenter are
not overlooked; all tbe new invention! and discov
eries appertaining to these pursuits being published
from week to week. Useful icd practical in'orma
tion pertaining to the interest of millwrights and
mill owners will be found in the Scientific Ameri
can, which infoniviticn they cannot possibly obtain
from any or.her source. Subjects in which farmers
are interertel will be found di-tccssed in the Scien
tific Ameri'Aa ; most of the improvements in agri
cultural implements being illustrated iniUcoiuaine.
To Bail iberibers Three Dollars a year, or On
Dollar for four monts. Th volumes commence on
the trst of January and July. Specimen copies will
fee sent to any part of th eoantry.
Western and Canadian money or PqsIo&c staapt
taken at par for scbscriptkios. Canadian subr
soribers will please to rotnit twenty-fir cents extra,
on each year's subscription to precay postar.
Btl lw-- FaV:slsr,!r PsrkKw,X.T,
DRY GOODS A!!0 GROCERIES!
. .' t
Is receiving-, and will aoatina to reseiv during th
ammar, an of
r b o M
New York, Philadelphia and St. Louis.
That has ever been exhibited In tf Western Coun
try, embraclnj al 1 the latest atylea and novelties of the
limes. His stack embraces
Hats aod Cap?,
Boot and Shoe
Door and Sash,
Glass and Tatty.
Among his Dry Goeos will he fouu
Prints Glneham, TiaTrns. Bareges,
Drown and Bleached Muslins,
Demee. Striped Sheeting:. Cot
tonade, Ilosiery, Gloves,
The Latest Style Hoop
3kc, eVc -
He has much the Largest Stock
of QTJEENSWARE in the Upper
A int rv-i'ti TTrmi'hl A St. Joaerjll Hail
Baocl Packet Line of SteamboatSi.
May 22, 1862. nit It.
Eeaper and Hower
Tils celebrated machine Is hv all odds the BEST
GRAIN AND GRASS CUTTER IN THE WORLD.
N-'t'rithxtanling the misrepresentations of those inter-
esteJ ia other uiachlues. C. U. KcCormick &firo. man
or actuae at tbe rate of 8,000 per year, Many cbsnge
have been afTected during the past teaxon, and for 1562
tbe "McCormick" is presented with greater attractions
than ever before. A a reaper.
THE ECOXO.IIY OF POWER
IX THIS MACHINE, 1T3
Strength, Durability, and
prve It preference over all others New improvement
aiHed, bave materially lessened the direct drauRht,
&fal so obviated the tide drauaat that many assure ua
that it doe not now exist. The druiht of the Ilea per
i ho liKbt that In numeroua instances tbe lsr four
hors macuiue ia worked with but two horses.
The Machine of IBM will stand any test that may k
applied. Our Guard and Patent Cleaner effectually
prevents choking, no matter vhat the condition of th
grass, while oar new divider point separates baldly
looped and tangled clover or grass, where other ma
There i also a treat advantage In our serrated sickle
edge over the smooth, a it doe not require sharpening
so often, thus aving time. Onr sickle will frequently
rtn through an entire harvest without once grinding,
while the smooth edge must be ground once each day
if not ortner. With a (moth edge the -iraught increase
as tbe knife hecome dull. Our draught Is uniform,
and in the repeated trial during the season of 1S60 61,
proved far lighter than single Mowers, cutting at th
same time from twelve to eighteen i aches wider.
Our Mower can be used witn or without the reel , thia
Is Important, as without th reel it weigh but about
Iu addition to the very liberal warrantee given to
all purchasers, we would say as heretofore, that farmers
who may desire it, are at lilerty to work our machine
through the harvest, with any other, an4 kaep and pav
for tbe one preferrej. r
Pamphlet with full description, of Inwroviaiscta
teeUmogiais, fee., 949 be bad ti appJicaUoitto
Msyl, ltp. BJ-f,
Wholesale and Retail.
, OF THE
TJas Just received a choice lot of th best brands of
Liquor, which he will tell by the Barrel, G-allon,
Quart or slagi Drink. Th following is a partial list
And a variety of common article.
BILLIARD SALOON AND
Ten Pin Alley.
' Main Street, Brownville.
Kovmber 14, 186. n!9-tf
CITY LIVBBY STABLE
A If S
ANS orjJTCBS to the public that he has purchased the
entire interest in the Livery Stable and Stock formerly
owned by Rogers & Brother. He is new prepared to
accommodate th public with
THE TRAVELING PUBLIC
Can find at his Stable ample accommodations for
horses, mules or cattle. .
JT. B. The partnership heretofore existing between
Benjamin & Joshua Ropers Is dUsoived.
JOSHUA . BENJAMIN ROGERS','
May 29th. 1862. n7-tf
ATIIEKE DID YOU GET THOSE
J. BERRY & CO'S.,
THE VERY CHEAPEST HOUSE IN
J. BERRY & CO.,
rr.w tnat rMiTtKl. ana are now opening, at their
stand on Main street, on of th Urgent stock of
A IT B
ever offered In this market. Remember the place,
J. BERRY & CO.'S,
Xo. 11, ZVXaIxi otroptf
BROWIfVR.LE1 It. T,
May 39, 1863. n4?-tt
FliDSUIHC, N. Y.,
Will end to applicant who enclese stamps, their
Mew Catalogue of Small Frails, inclndm 200 Select
Variatlei of Strawberries. A!so Cauiojue of Bnlbou
Mower and Pvoniee, Fruit aud Oraaaota! Trees,
lSo M F'ewiew r;t, 4, k: al-tw
J0HII L. CAES0IT,
(Successor to Lushbaugh h. Caracn
LAND AND TAX PAYING
Dealer in Coin, Liicurrtnt Ioneut Land
Warrants, Exchange, and Gold Dust
BROWN VI LLE, NEBRASKA.
1 will give especial attention to buying aod selling ex-
change on the principal ci tie of th United States and
Xurope, Gold Silver, uncurrent Hank Bills, ani
Gold Dust, Collection made on all accaesable points.
and proceed remitted la exchange at current rates.
Deposits received on current account, aud interest al
lowed on special deposits.
MAIN STREET. BETWEEN TIIE
Telegraph and the V S.
Llnd fc Brother PhiladelphiA, Tn.
J. W. Caroo & Co..
Hiser. Dick at Co. Baltimore, Md.
Toung it Carson, ' " '
Jeo. Thompson Mason, Col'r of Port, " 1
wm. T. Siuithson, Esq., flanker, Washing! or D. C.
J. T. Stevens, Esq., Att'y at Law,
Jno. S. Gallaher, Late 3d Aud. U. S.T.
Tar lor fc Kriegh, Bankers,
St. Louis, Uo,
McClelland, Pye At co.,
Hon. Thomas G. Pratt,
Hon. Jas. O. Carson,
P. B. Small, Esq., Pres'tS. Bank,
Col. Geo. Schley, A'y at Law,
Cul. Sam.BambletonAU'y At Law,
Prof . H. Tutwiler, '
JJov 8, lb60-tf.
AND WAGON MAKERS
D. A. CONSTABLE,
ST. JOSEPH, MO.,
HAS OX HAND AND FOU SALE A LARGS
AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
O j9l 3 1? X 30" Gr 3 ,
nORSE NAfT, NAIIRODS,
HORSE AND MULE SUOES, ANVILS,
AXELS, VICES, THIMBLE SKEINS
CHALNS, WAGON POXES, SCREW PLATES,
FILES, RASPS, WRENCHES,
SLEDGE HAMMERS, HAM) HAMMERS,
SliOEINti HAMMERS. PINCHERS,
NUTS. HARROW TEETH,
WELL WHEELS, AC, AC, AC,
nuns, spokes, fellows,
WAGON LOWS, SHAFTS, POLES,
AXE HANDLES, BROOM HANDLES,
PLOW HANDLES. Ac.
ALSO AGENT FOB THE SALE OF
HAVING LAID IN A LARGE STOCK
OF THE ABOVE GOODS;
DIRECT FROM THE
BEFORE TIIE RISE,
I AM ENABLED TO SELL TO
THE TRADE AT PRICES THAT
eSSend In Your Scrap Iron.ga
One Dollar Saved in Eqtral to two Dol
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR WROUGHT
SCRAP IRON AT
IRON AND STEEL Wi REHOUSE.
Febl-n32-8m ST. JOSEPH, 110.
To Western Farmers
I have ecreral varieties of Tobiicco that will ripen
well in this latitude. To anv one who wishes seed.
and remits me a three-cent Postage stamp, on the
ssme, I will send a paper of each varietjr of seed
Orders must be sent in the months of September
and October. I do this to introduce the culture of
Ttb icco ia th West.
Address R. O. THOMPSON,
Syracuse, Otoe County, Nebraska;
P. S. Papers iu- Missouri, Iowa, Kansas and Ne
braska, publishing the above once, and sending a No.
marked .will receive twenty four taiier-" rhotre Bow
er seeds tree by rjail. R. O. THOMPSON.
Okra or Gumbo Seed.
The ben substitute for Coffee prepared in the same
manner an Coffee Packages of feed by mail at 10 cts.
each. Each package contains seed enough to raii-ea
spppiy for an ordiuary family.
Send orrfera to TI. A. TERRY.
c38-tf Crascent City, Iowa.
of Mm n
Merchants and Post Maters who will aildres ns this
fall, will be supplied with Garden, Field and Flower
Seeds to tell on conjniUtdon at fair rates. These seeds
are all grown here and are true to name.
THOMPSON S. H EDGES.
Nemaha Nursery, Syracuse, 0'e, Co..
Ant- 1 Ar6-Pu8 If Nebraska.
Warranted Garden Seeds
BLUXDEX KOENIG & CO.,
(Late John Ga5ETT fcCo.,)
So, 30 North Second Street, abare Pine,
ST, LOTJI3. MO.
Offer for sal at very low figures, t large end wel
assorteJ dock of 4rl3ltural and Qorticu.'turai Impia
ment. comprising everything neiessary to the farmer,
together with a large and Iretij upp!v o
lantlxetli's Celebrated Garden Seeis,
CUOP OF lg62.
lor which they are th sole, asenta. Their friends can
rely upon getting from tbem seeds that are not only
pure but true tj Dame ii ery instance. Alo field
aeedA at lowest market rate Chinese Sutfar Can seed,
Top Union, lie, , fee.
ALSO COTTCX AND TODACCO SEED.
Dealur la eed would da wall to tend them their
rders. Snd for Almanac and Illustrated OstaWns fratla,
LETT, 5TEICELEK & Co.
BROWNVILLE. K. T.
ITe are now receiving and oeoiDg a eomplete assorU
ment of Merchandise, consisting
OF BUY GOODS:
. Ajron Check, Hickory.
- y JeaDs, Berages, Linen
All Wool Delaines,
Fancy and Plain Silk,
Lawaes. aten Vestrnr
ui uau vio us,
Candler, B. C. Soda, -
White and Brown Sugar,
Sack, Barrel and Dairy Salt,
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco
Knives and Forks,
Hand Saw and Mill Files,
&c, &c, &c, &c, &c. &c.
Cups and Saucers,
Plates and Platters",
Dishes and Tumbler 1.
Coal Oill Lamps,
Lamp Chirr neys, .
Wick- &c. &c.
OF BOOTS & SHOES:
Kip, Calf, Buff and Kid,
Gaiters, Calf Shoes,
Oxford Ties, Misses Shoes,
Slippers, Men's Calf,
Men s Brogans, Copper Toe,
Kip and Course Boots, &c.,&c.
OF HATS & CAIN :
1 1 w w a
Of Farming- Utensils:
Hoes, 5c., &c. &c.
Cfear and 2nd rate
Piue Flooring, Siding,
Boards 1,11-2 and
2 Inches 7 hick,
' Sash. Doors and Blinds.
All Sizes Sash,
All Siz-'S Doors,
AH Sizes Blinds,
We call the' attention of the public to onr stock, as
onr CASH TERMS enahie us to sell U.w.
Thuusiul fur past iatrunage, we solicit a continuanve
of tbe same.
LETT, STRICKLER & CO.
Brownville. July l. 1362. ti-tf.
Havin? recently mad large additions to my etoclr.,
SDTLKS. TIArtNKfS. Bnim.FS.
COLLARS. LINKS. VVAfJON WHIPS Bt'UGT WIT1P3,
OX LASUKS IIOF.SS LASI1K3, STAGS LASBES,
ST1&RCPS, LKATUEBS, S.O.
I think I can aceorrtrmvlate all In nualitity, quantity
and price. I woifc none but best Osi Tannest Leather,
aud getting it directly from tanneries iuOhio, feeicon
fldeut it will give satisfaction.
Plasterer's Hair on Hand Cheap.
CASII PAID FOR HIDES.
J. W. JflDEXETOX.
September 13, 1862. n9-ly
Ever offered ia this Market.
KO DOUIXT ABOUT IT I
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVS
Batimore Cotliing Storer
BROVNVILLE, IT. T.
Announce to the public that he has opened out a
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
Unprecedented In nnaniltv. ouality and price. He !
scdetermincd hi price sba I correspond with the
Ume, r;d tberefor offer bre in the Wt, at Just
as low rates as a m:b good can he purchased acywber
in tbe t'nited State. A a sample oi tua price, he
will oAuiion that he taJlt
Coats from $1,25 up to $15,
Pants from $1 to $7,
Vesta from $1 to $5.
Boot. Sboe, Ff.it. Caps, Fancy arxl White Shirts, Soi
dera, Keck ties, 5Aks, Uandkercbiefs, &c , in the su9
Tb proprietor embrace thi opportunity of returning
tbanka for past patronage, ar.d procti to spare- so el
fru ia tbe future ta Civ atra saUafacUoa.
AjrrknIturaT CasT-Jronaa d
Tl-.. o .
rut ALl!; 221 mn.l 221 South
rnces. vood f.55. t:.l .t-.iw
sues-otherfriiesin proportiorr. with freight adJei
1 factory tn N?w York to Ch go.
tJ k D,4I?e,ftr eo'ked OTPr w fl u
teohy a.1. The U wj of bailing; in kettle is boti
- ow and expens.ve, so much so Uht but few men da
om-thmg more practi.-al man be hvl. Steam
seemcs to he the onl y arternative
bas Ftmvnd a the advantaaof the Port
aron lor botiiny, and devid
""U1 ?uni;ini ior all purp,.
praetical, aud provesa PERFECT
It is simple aaj
TI .II. AlSI,
for lilinhic r, ( V.. TV A
221 A ?' u w. o '
t. 1 j v iii ia iris ic inn na 1 iav w & r r
Pump?. Force Cioternj. !'; - j 1 .
J " uen
1 , .
Pumps, Thimble Skeins' 1 'Wf J l
Shellers, Feed Mais, IU, ,a.J Plaiform Scaled,
Stoves Ac. The above will be sold on account .?
tbe maurrfacturers, at their repe eUvefaotorv prio-i
adding freistSt to this phios.
January 1362. tf
OMAHA, SECRASKA. ;
E. H. BURCHES,
I have lone lnce been co ivinced ot the waat of a t'-f
class Nursery in tbe West, where
TREES, SHRUBS, FLOWERS, Sec.,-
Can he adapted to onr eiimste and toil. la view o'
these facts, 1 have establUbed la thi plsre, and offer'
for sale at
Wholesale or Retail,
A larze and well selected etock, uitd to thi climate,
Apple, standard and dwarf; Pear, standard and dwarf f
Cherries, standard and dwarf;
Greenhonse and Bei.lni Plants, etc.. etc.
To which I would bee leave to call the attention of !ss'
people of Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado. Iowa aud SortfcV
J3"My term's will he as low as any ret'.ible eastern
By purchasing of me tbe expense of transportation
from the east can be saved.
All trees and plants are carefully labeied and packed
In the best manner, for wuica a charge of the art;,al cosv.
will be made. No charge win be made for thedetl very "
of packages on board steanitxtals.
Ail cotnmnnlcatlons addreseed te tbe undersigned?'
will receive proo.pt attention.
March lSbi. . TI. BTTRCHS.I.
the iiakp op n:i:i:t)o.ii.
Now remlj, a new and surriir C'lllectinn of 27'
Anti-Slavery, Patriotic, and "Contrabund'' songs,
siih.s. dueti, qurtet4, and choruses. Most oT tb'
Poetry and Musw has been written, expressly for'
this work, to eorrpsponJ with tha time, and should
be sung by the million, i order to awaken a deep
interest in behalf of the r Contraband," whoa Oi.d,
in bis providence, bas cast upon tbe Free Murth to
clothe and educate.
CONTENTS, IN PABT.
"Fair Freedom's Morn has dawned at last:".
BreR thu Chains, o1-" ""Sncis.atin? Sword
"Fri-mi-nt is Murvbing on. or, (i!.ry Hallelnjih ;"
Oh ! Help the Contrabands';" "Old" John Brown'f
Song "Song r.f the 'Con'rb-isd':" "O Let my
Pevte to ;" PHrody on the Si ogcf the'C'ontr
bands';" "Where Liberty Vw!ls is my country;"
When Slavery dic tberflJ b Freedom;" "Wake,
Freemt-n. tiod havspoken ;n "Whitttcr'a suppressed
Song of Freedom," etc."
l'ri e only 5 cents single, 50 cents per dosen, f 3'
per 100 ; pojtajre I eonf.
110RACK WATERS, Publisher.-
ii41-ly 41 P.roadwiy. New York.-
THE Official Union Volunteer Directory. (40
pnps. ) containing and Eifence of every
Ofil.rer and Private in tbe Union Army, with thsir'
Commands. tJasnalties, Prnmotions, Ac. X-vfKvery'
one watts it. j Sent pt-p:iid.on receipt of 2jccriU;'
cush.orstamps. Address HEN'KV P.. ANSON, Pub-'
triir 49 StnteStr-et. l!ot'.n.M m.
FREIGHTERS TO THE MINES.
And the public generally are respectfully lnfcme
that his Mills arenow in excellent running order, torti
in out from 60 to 75 sacks per day. he ha the tot '
millers In tbe Territory.
TWTXXj VTXNT'O ST'XjOTTXI.
(Admitted both in Colorado and .Vebtaska to be unfor
pashel by any West of tbe Miiisnippt River ) I.- madar
from tbe best of If tU and Spring H'heac, and is sold at
as low prices as can be obtained in tbe """crritory.
Iris flour is kepi for sale at all lbs nUrre in 3 -own-"
vllle. He is prepare! to furn.sb freinhrera, andriti
sn generally, with flour from either Fall orS; su
Wbet, and a 1 1-0 with any amount of Cora. Cora ileal
and Buckwheat Flour at tbe lowest ctt pri. es.
Custom (rrindfn(tdone atone-ixtb per busbet.
IT desires tc cajf il eattentiou of freighters to th?'
dvantas of Brownvllie ai a sbirpii'.j point totb
West. Not only "an any amount of grain snd flour be'
obtained her cheaper than at any Girder piat is th'
Territory, but tbe Meicbani ner liar iaid in this sea-'
son a larse snpnly of every variety of tftxl.
The most complete stock of Furniture ever offered ia'
this upper country just received by T. HILL
Brownville. April 35th I81.
SAnilATll SCHOOL I! I'LL SO. 2.
75,000 Copies Sold tho First 12'
Months of it3 Publication;
It is an entire New Work, of nearly 20(1 pnf.''
Many of the Tunes and Hymus-wire written ei-
prealy for this volume. It will soon he a ppular"
as its predecessor, ( le!l No. I which has o tt VP
the enormous number of 575,Pifieiries rn 3 a?nths
outstripping any Sunday ik!ol Booh of its s-e 1-'
sued in tins country. Alsi, txitS v,,luware boitrKi-'
in one to aceomwHlate schools wibin; tbvm iu that '
f-rra. Prices uf Bell No. 2, paper cover. 15 cent,'
J12perl()0. Bound.2a cents. 13 per 100. Cloth."
bound embossed gilt, 30 cent. 32 pr 100. Bell S.
1, pajr covers. 12 cents, 10 per 100. Dour.d 20
cents, $18 per 100. Cloth bound emb-sed s;iU,25'
eents, $20 per 100. Bells Nos. 1 aud bound- U-'
gether 40 cents, 4:',0 per hundred. TJ enters- t'ur
nishel at tbe I9 vice. Cloth Vound embossed
irilt, Scents, per 100. MaU postage free at
the retail r-rice.
HORACE WATERS, rublisher,
nll-ly Xo.431 Broadway. New York.
IJevr Herns die 3 for
A Benevolent InttUution etntUhed by rpeeial En
dowment, for me iielief of the Sick and Lhstreuei.
afflicted veith Virulent and Chronic IHt'ae. and
epecially for the Cure of Dueate of the Sexual
HEVIQAJj ADVICS siren rttio. W uAotm
Valuable lUpor'j ca SpevntatorriKsa. Ti' otrter dis
ease of tbe Sexual raao, as4oo theXSW A EH
DIES employed ia the Pipensary, eil lnsea!4 letteti
enveiope,freeof chargt. Two or three 3temp oce?u.
ahl , .
Address DE. J. sriLI IS nOCGHTOX, Howard As
sociation. No. 2, South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, P
Uwrpmbfr 12. 1881. n33-ly
1j0 of the most severe MAITL& l 3 "-i Acd 1
incident of ti War, now ready, siie ISriO inches,,
highly eolored.on fiae heavy paper,. Sent post-paid,.
33 forU0, or4periaO. To a seats and tha trad
no better opportunity was wer orleiei.
A44reM lTBY B. ANSO.Prjnt ubUiur, ,
H Stare 3ire, Bet?, Mas.
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