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JSl .' COLHAPP, LLiVJl
'BuOW.VVILLE.TarnSDAT AUG. 4, 1584.
- .or H.MSOIS. - ,
,'iroU VICE tKESIIlKT' 1
t"4V pcblish a synopsis ef telegraphic
ixewa. Burin additicn'to it we will state
tfcaMha trvs latest' dieratch reports that
- . .y b . .. . .
iU UMibl lUkVCHt ICICill lUUUJBUU V.
eli bting kr.ed.' Y Atlanta is nearly in
ri:ed. He now has all the railroads
fromVhat city cut .ofi The expedition
tz cut ucder Ed. McCook to cut off th
tX Macon Railroad, succeeded eflectu
aHj..J Bat as they were, returning, they
mo met by the rtbel General Rains,
overpowered -by cumbers, and most of
thaxri captured. . '
; Jlin INDIAN' MASSACRE.' -
- Yalkct Cbxek, Kaksas,
, Julyl7tK 1564.
:Dtar Wife; family and Friends: Thro'
the-.rnprcies of kind providence alone I
am rertii(tted- to rwnril- ilus saJ intelli
gfnee to. you all.
'Da the 17th' we atoppwl the tram, and
layover Sah'oaih.. ..
On i the morning of the 19ih. a short
time tefore day Dock Brockman repor
ted 9 me that there were three Indians
at the Herd. We immediately drove
tham'iu hitched up and rolled out. all in
good hopes. But alas what a fad reality
w e rt-1. wstrfn rn ? t ravelfd "tin fo
few .miles near the above named creek,
and behold out came 120 Indians dithmg
down the whole train in five minutes, and
atq,p graDd.sig.nal the Massacre com
menced. " "Jaclc Redding" was sh'ot first in
thf hip I think not fatal. Ab Gentry
next though not Lad. I was in ?he lead,
and running down io the boys,, ordered
Ab to firerwhich he did, and down came
ihg Chief ani his harse. Ab, Jack and
Cock were near this center of the Train.
Dock Brocknan's turn came now ; he is
badlyl wounded, yet I think, not fatally.
Weddle and Bird Edwards were killed
immediately. All the Edwards were
acaJped and left on the field for dead.
Eight of Mr. Barett's men were killed,
the ninth and last cannot survive. He and
Bird Edwards lost their sralp?, as did all
that fell. Dock got on one of the Ponies
anqri into the Pott which was I I 2 or 2
milca.orf. They could not lend us any
assistance for Indians were thick in the
rear of the Post and only fifty men. Last
ffftniag we committed ;en of our number
to (he silent tomb, end 5 are wounded out
of 3.- John H!s was not with the train
betngTDUt tftetan ci, which in all proV
abTity'saeJ Iilm. AH and t kept firing
at rthem which kept thera in awe,
so ta tj give the Djckiime to get iatothe
Post. -This icriudes about all the casuali
ties cf:cur meal i . :
The train befng at the mercy of the In
diana 7he distruction of thi outfit com
menced. The fhetsalUvent; all of our
clctaingand bedding ; but the grub faired
besirthcy took seme and left some. The
flour aacks were cut open, I suppose, to
find something" better; than flour. Theu
ime tne turn ior lae teams. Darren
lost about 31 head ; some shot in the
yoke, the rest driva off. When the train
wai left, the tean:s were all fastened
on tbe.wagcna, which was the cause of
breaking some wheels axels and tongues.
We get some in last evening, the rest
wrill -be brought in this rooming by per.
mission. The Soldiers are doing all
they can to relieve us. i: think Joseph
Cornelius will loose one ox by a dart
which waa aimed at him; the only one
I and the Boys will loose. Say to Mr.
Barettln behalf of Mr. Hiles to let Mr.
Baby's friends know, that he and his ton
are no moreY which is two of the S he lost.
I think. I can furnish enough cattle to
more' all the' wagons 35 miles to Ft.
Larnard as J then I do not know Twhat
I shall do, or be compelled to do. I am
riot -foicg on without protection. At a
rough estimate I think bur whole loss will
b $4,000, mostly cn Mr. Barrett.
"'. Your Husband,
J. E. CROW.
MINUTES OF UNION MEETING.
The Union men of Brownville Pre
cinct of Nemaha County, met on the 6th
ay of August, 15G4, pursuant to notice
given by the County CotnraitUe, for the
purpose of Electing delegates to the Ter
ritorial Union Convention to meet at Ne
braska pity N- T. ca . the 17th of Au
The Contention was called to order by
C. G. Dorsey and organized by choice of
S. W. Kennedy Chairman and E. D.
Upsa Motion the Chair appointed two
Tellers to receive and ciunV'foe" votes
Appointed Isaac Chivington end O.-B.
The role for Delegates resulted in the
choice of the following names :
R. B. Burgee, S.'VV. Ktuaedy, Geo.
Crow, E Worthing, Theo. Hill, W.JII.
McCreery J. H. Mcrruon O. D. IIiWti
ui-d V. Penny. v . ;
S. W. KENNEDY, Chairman."
V. ! Smith S
Wo-fcirfften Juh ts Tlir l.n-t mi-
i occupied, Mr;inturi!, tiicre ha
j br-a no heavy fight:i g wnhiu the jat
three" or uur oa f. in.J ou u
l.that the rtttls i.nve ucrus-td
i Tfid rebels ocrunv Falling IVaicrs oa
ll:"fP;'"" iheI.rj- atJ ,,J.
tt-st being for the ford.
' Tht-re ii no evidence that Early I.u
beeu reinforced. '
" Theatfuir at Winchester ; on Saturday
when Gel. IMulIigant was wounded, was
cnlv a skirmish Gen; Crook "was forced;
to retreat iicding hia email force .flank
"d. . . , - - - ,
July 2S. The-latest'-!
'news from the eneiny is a
calculated to excite apprehensions;
Tho enemv has fallen back trcm
river front and ceased making efforts of
a threatening nature.- Preparation are
ample for the recepikii of any force they
are likely to bring across; further I am not
pt-rniitttd to say.
1 The shooting of General Mulligan isl
now known to be true.- -
New York. July 29. The World'
dipjitch says nothihg new has been de
vt loped at -Atlauta within the past few
days. Sherman holds, his own position
ilfuily. . i, . ; . .
. New York, July 29. The ' Tribune's
City, Pont : correspondence, dated the
morning of the 24th, says, I think I am
safe in saying that tlTe "ball is about open
ing. , Heavy caunonading and " mus
ketry firing roll all along the" hue
this marnixig, particularly in front, in
! Butler's department,- up both sides of
the James river. ".........--
A strong pressure, was made on-But-
ler's l:ne veterdav, ami the pressure is-4
being resumed this morning,. Heavj
inovemends of the entirearmy corps took
place last evening.
The wildest enthusiasm prevails among
tha troops, and the army to in a maghifi
New York, July 29.-The "Baltimore
patU-4o ihe-Trilune ?a-s the Teoel
evacuated Martinsburg,-and their whera-
a is a mvstery.
' General.Kelly is at Cumberland, and
Averill is at Hagerstowq.
All the Government stores have been
removed from Harpor's Ferry to ihe
Maryland side for safely.
Washington; July 29. The ; latest of
ficial dispatches from Sherman's army
8tate that he is steadily drawing his line
closer arround Atlanta. " He has not
heard of the cavalry force sett to cut the
Macon and Columbus road, which is the
only means of escape from Atlanta the
rebels have. - -
Washington, July 29. Parties who
arrived here to-day from Harpers Ferry
confirm the report that the rebels have
disappeared from, the banks of the Poto
mac between there and Martinsburg.
Cavalry scouts however, report the rebei
in large force a shorr distance -beyond
Martini-burg, moving in thedirection of
Cumberland. Their forasTwas estimated
frcm 3-5,000 to 45,000 strong, including
15,000 or 20,000 reinforcements.' from
Richmond. ' , -
New Ycrk, July 29. The Palmetto
Herald, of jhe 21st.-states that Admiral
Dahlgren had left for "Charleston Har
bor. , ;
Fort Sampler is undf rgoing another
destructive bombardment trora our bat
teries, and 3eet. The . firing was very
slow but accurated, and serious damage
resulted to the strongest portions of. the
,The fireing on Charleston was also
kept up The work of erecting re
cences fcr rebel prisoners on Morris
Island progressed, through the rebles an
noy the workmen to the extent of their
ability by shelliug the buildings.
Gen. Foster's lata expedition created
a great scare in Savannah. The ranis
were removed down to the obstructions in
ihe river, and General Johnston sent a
brigade of Georgia troops to Savannah,
which was directed, at Augusta, to John
son's Island, where they participated in
the fight of the 9ih.
Washington, July 29. Advices from
the" Army of the Potomac shown that
Grant has secured a veay important
Mragetic position above Bermuda Hun
dred, as the resuit of the engagement on
Wedensday. It gives tie command a
sjood base of supplies, only ten miles from
Washington. July 29. A letter from
the Army of the Pe teniae dated the 2Sth,
tays the arrival of some troops in the
vicinity, of Bermuda Hundred, a day or two
ago. attracted the attention of the enemy
and caused them to believe that an ad
vance on Richmond by way ef Malvern
Hill was intended.
A force of Kershaw's' division of
Lonsrstrtet's corps, and Wilcox's division
of Hill's corps, was immediately with
drawn -from the vicinity cf Petersburg
and sent dawn to check the movements.
To counteract this maneuver of the en
emy the2d corps was detached and aent
across the James river, and at half-past
six yesterday morning our advance met
the rebel skirmish era in an open field op
posite Jones's Neck, with a battery in
posi tion at the edgf oihe wood si
A long line of skirmisher! was at once
thrown out who soon drove the rebels -to
their breastworks where-they were
kept engaged while a brigade of the 1st
division moved arround on the left ef the
enemy's line, and getting on their flank
charged and drove them from their guns,
and a quantity of imall arms.
The enemy fell back on their rein
forcements, who occucpied Iwo strong
works, built there two years ago and our
troops followed, taking a position on
their front and flanks, and before this
teaches you the cuire force may be cap
tured or routed. The guns taken whre
twenty-four pound parrots, marked "May
29th, 18c,4," and are the same that were
captured from the ISih corps at Druery'a j
tuuti list May. j
Ourlossras only about half a dozen
men wounded seriously.
General Grant rode to the front in the
afternoont in company with Gcn
neral Hancock, and viewed the enemy's
position. He seemed well pleased with
the morning's operations.
General Foster's command had quite
a lively time with the enemy yesterday
at this place; but his force being weak
he fell back half a mile to a stronger po
sition. Uich he had until the arrival of
JihetM corns. He loat forty or nfty "men
1 uuded during the day.
An attack wns expecied on Warrens-
port vesterdavs dui it vs not made.
Washington, July 29. A dispatch re-
.. t ..... ci ... i;..D
irtce-tb battle on Fridav last
wi;re fttle efforts, and easily, and
promptly repelled, with an aggregate
loss tu Sherman of only about 100 nion.
Before Petersburg july 30. Soon af
ter daybreak as was practicable for the
troops to movk in co-operation, an im
mense line, reaching far away under the
enemy's line of earthwork in front of
Burnsides corps, was fired.
The explosion was the signal -to dis
charge every piece of artilery we Imve
in position for the Appomattox to our ex-
I treme left... ihe etlort was magnificent.
Ninety-five pieces of ordinance fired so
simultaneous that it seemed as if tbey
might have been discharged by the pull
of one lanyard.
The" firing thus fiercely opened was
kept up in the uarac madner wiihsut
scarcely a -pexcepticle lull for at lea&V&n
hourand a half, when we slackened to
come-cvx tent. , The result of the explo-
sion cf the mine was almost to annihilate
one of the regiments, and burying their
Undercover partly, and pushing our
advantage ground by the suddenness of
assault, the 9ih corps advance, taking
possession of the works through the pap
mad by the explosion," and driving the
enemy "ta their second line which liirie
was on the hilltops eastward of the town.
Ninteen of the 22d South Carolinia
regiuient burned by "the explosion, have
been dug out alive, badiy bruised and
scratched, and some of them doubtless
mortally hurt. - The attack they pra
nouueed a surprise. The mine was four
hundred feet' long, constructing with'two
galleries iverging from mine passage.
making three chamber, in which a train L
of powder fifteen inches wide and deep
was laid." -
The effect of the explosion was very
disasterous. The grandeur of artillery
fire I have never seen surpassed. The
enemy's, artilery played but feebly.
But sfew minute elapsed before ihe reb
el lines were entirely shut from view by
.banks of smoke, and our gunners could
only be guided in their work by having
obtained proper rainge begore.
Many shells from the front of the 13ih
Corps. must have struck far intostreats of
Petersburg, as from that direction a
heary column of black 6moke arose soon
after the opening of the fire, evidently
frcm burning buildings, After the rebel
lined wer pierced, they made a sudden
movements to their - left and suffered
severly from an enfilading fire.
Washington, August 1. An official
dispatch received here from before At
lanta, says the rebels assaulted Sherman's
line vigorously on Wedonsday, and were
repulsed with great loss.
Our killed and wounded numbered 600.
W'e burried 660 rebels. Hood's loss was
A gentleman who spent yesterday with
(Jrm.-brant represHnts htm as in good
spirits and coafid nt of u timtte success.
Washington August 1. The details of
Saturday's operations be.'ore Petersburg
After the roin exploded in front .of
the lUh corps, a char&e was ordered, and
the rebels immediately opened a terrible
fire from every part of their line. It
was impossible for our troops to with
stand such a galling fire and they fell
back in very good order, bringing with
them 3.500 prisoners.
A brigade of colored troops was or
dered to charge. Six pieces of artll?ry
fell into our hands, but it was impossible
to extricate them from the ruins caused
by the explosion.
The loss of the enemy was severe.
One South Carolina regiment, was blown
ino the air and a large number of men
Washington, August I. Richmond
papers of Friday claim a victory in North
Carolina, deelaring that Holden and the
Conservatives were defeated, and Vance
The Richmond Whig claims a victory
for Early at Kearnstown, near Winches
ter. An additional dispatch frcm Eealy de
clares drove the Union forces, over the
Pott mac into Maryland
Altoona, Pa., August2. A report was
received at twelve iast night that Averill
and Kelly met the enemy about six miles
from Cumberland, and defeated him.
No news has been received concerning
the raiders in Bedford - county. They
aresupposed to have gone towards Han
cock. New Yore, Augur t 2. The Pen's
Washington special says the War De
partment has been informed of a consid
erable body of cavalry near Leesburg.
Our own cavalry is in good condition to
prevent the crossing.
Washington, August 2. The Star
says thatjlast night at about eight o'clock
200 rebel guorrillas, supposed to be "of
Mosby's command, made their appear
ance at a paint three miles aboue Rock
tille, having crossed the river'at Nolan's
'. Parties living'in the city imraagined
these guerrillas were the advance guard
of a large invading force, immediately
skedaddled, -which occasioned some ex
citement in this direction for a short time!
Troops were sent from here to interecept
the rebels, but they were not to be
found, having gone back over the river.
Washington, August 2. Various re
ports have been in circulation here to-day
of the presince of a rebel cavalry force io
Montgomery county, Maryland. It Is
known however that it was only a small
raiding party which entered the county
last night and proceeded as far as Gar
thersTille. three miles from Rockville.
The people in the county became
lightened, and many had their property
ready to removed
Th,s ercning'a Star mentions a report j
h this hodv of rebels
. t3 'J
' N. Y, Aug., 3 Both Tribune
WnrWs sn'pri!a "Intimate Hooker
succeed Meade. '
Chicago, 3. Dispatch last night should
hare read Hooker reliered of the 20th
Dispatches say this action resulted from
feeling on his part that indignity been
done him. rv appointing General IIow-
Yard; his junior in rank, to comin
! army of-Tennessee. ' '
A'lanta " Appeal admits the loss or
1 6.000 tattle of Teach tree crefclf, or me
120th. sav? at rate of Hood ben fighting
since he Vook; commands- Keoer army
: win last msi mree weeks, i riuu-.
Pon arrnY dissatisfied with Hood..
iieauqunriers vrmy i vmubv,
Flag of truce permitted by rebels from 9
untill 6 to dav, to burry their-dead and
bring off their wounded, very few were
found alive and of tho?e brought away
alive, several since died.
St.- Louis.3.' Ad vices from the plains
to the effect that Apaches, Kiowas, Ca
nianches and ; Arrapahoes, nuinberiu?
nearly 1,000, corn milting serious depre
dations on Santa Fe road. All the hor
ses, mules Heeves belonging to Fort Lar
ned, and 130 horses belonging to the
Colorado battery within a quarter of a
mile of the fort, were captured on the 17.
In addition to this emigrant trains been
robbed and distrojed. At last accounts
the Indians were threatening the fort,
where but 75 men were stationed. Over
100,000 worth of provisions "given to
these Indians at L,arnpd a few days be
fore they cominiitod these deeds.
A "correspondent of the Philadelphia
Press with "the Army of the Potcmac,
writes: "Many troops whose terms of
enlistment are now. over are returning
to their homes. Reinforcements, how
ever, that are1 eonstanily arriving, more
than Compensate for this loss, so that our
strength, instead of becoming" weakened,
is actuall growing greater every, day.
Many men' cf .the one hundred days' reg
iments 'are constantly pouring in, and it
is, indeed, quite probable that oua forces
are 'larger by ten thousand than they
were before we crossed the Rapidan.
The Cleveland Herald states- that so
far as its observation goes there is not a
single German? Union paper jin Ohio that
supports "Fremont and Cochrane. The
Toledo Express, the Jast. German, paper
in Ohio to advocate Fremont, says that
unity and loyalty3h"defTxisting circum
stances, Areinderitiral ;'' and it there
fore rues up the Baltimore banner.
Nebraska Salt, manufactured at the
Saline Springs, fifty miles west of Neb
raska City, is being predated in larjje
qantiiies. It is a very fine article and
will compare favoral ly with any salt in
the world. Many farmers have cured
meat with it for oine years and all pro
nounced it a number one article.
A remarkable arrest was recently
made in the Tyrol. A man named Gas-
ser threatened to kill his 'wife. She fled
to a neighbor, whose dog was thereupon
shot by Gasser. Two pens d'anns were
sent to arrest him. These he shoi. A
person coming up to take away the corpse
of the one killed was aI?o shot. ihi3
roused the neighborhood and authorities,
who laid regular siege to the culprit in
his house. Several of them were also
shot and mortally wounded. Ona hun
dred balls were fired at his houic during
the day and nijht, but Gainer still re
mained uninjured. The next day two
cannon were brou?ht up and discharged,
still without results, untill a storm'ng
party, taking courage from the lull in
Gatser's fire, rushed into the house and
found their man bleeding and wounded
on the floor, entirely exhausted, his veins
opened at ihe. wrists, and flowing forth
his lefe-blood. The scene took place at
A writer in the London Star, discus
sing Grants's -campaign, thinks that "all
the soldiers of Europe may learn a les
son from what is in progress on these
memorable fields of Virginia, just as our
sailors have got very seriotia food fcr re
flection in ihe sinking of the Alabama."
It is creditable to their good sense that
Englishmen take their defeat by the
Kearsage to' heart.
An officer who accompanied General
Hunter in his recent raid in the direction
of Lynchburg, informs the Wheeling In
telligencer that the sufferings and adven
tures of the soldiers are scarcely paral
leled in the history of warefare. On
the return march hardly a blade of grass
was seen for three days. The soldiers
fed their horses with corn out of their
hands and at2 only the grains ihat drop
ped on the ground. The Wheeling edit
or says: our informant, saw men eating
common tallow candles with a most ex
traordinary relish. Others dug roots out
of theigrrund and plucked buds from the
trees for food. '
On Monday the 2!t day of Ana.t, IS64, at one
o'clock P. M., of said day, will be offered for sale at
public Auction at the houeof Eiijilteth Kinnion,
in Lafayette Precinct, one Stray Poney, ior cash
taken up lat October.
Nemaha count v. X. T., July 30rh, 134.
NATHAN SQUIR, Justice of Tcace.
Probate Notice- '
To alt whom it may Concern : Nori?e ia hereby
given that there has been application made this day
to tho Probate Court of Gage county, to appoint
Iina P ilumfurd Administrator of the Estate of
J.-imei l T Mapes late oftaid Gae county; and
that Moaday the. first dy of August next is the time
set to hear and determine aaid applioition.
" ALdlEKT TOWLE, Probate Jud-e.
Deatrice, Neb., July 27, 1S61. vii Zt $i
TJ1PEB.IAL, Gunpow der, Tonny Uyaon and Black
Teas of bupricius!itv.
At 2icX.auglilia & Swan's,
"DROOltU, Blackius bru?hes. Sjrubbin brnshes,
KUi.k breams, Blaokiujt, ilatches. Ink, Writiaz
Papr, as., itc.,
At JJcLftuhlin Ac Swan's.
E. a liDRNS, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON I
aVexnalia, City, TOT, X1.
OFFICE AT H13 RESIDENCE.
July 2Sth,lS64. - niT-vS-pdly
A Large aMortmect of Pocket knives. Batcher koive
tc, ua bo tn
At Slcliatjs:!l!n & Swaa'a.
of the eanture of the
1856! ' ESTBLISHED ! 185G!
WOrLD most repectrolly inrite the public generally
to call and exuiiu fata Stock of Merchandise before
main their puicbabes el.-e here, a they will thtreby
SAVE .THEIR MOXLY.
; AIOTIO "SMALL PBOF1TS. QCICi: SALES," BUT
4 Stock consists-of Dry; Gopds Staple
and Fancy-Groceries, Clothing, Boots
and Shoe. Hnts- and 'Cdp?, Furniture,
Doors and Sah, Siovesand Tinware,
Queensware, .TIardvvarp.. Cutlery. Iron
and Nails, Glass and- Putty, Oil and
Paints, Drugs and Dye-Stuffs, &c, &.c.
FT a lartre sertment of Faucv Ores G-uods. Lidy'
rancy Ha- an i B.-nnet, Clii.' lroi and JIie Ti.?
nats. X-jiiotu. Gloves and Hosiery, Hoop SSiru, 4tc,
At Low Kisures. ,
'ft. Foil Aorfment of f?erlfa sill B-t' Snmmer
CioUiiiig, Fancy Sairts, Ciider Clotting, jou will And nt
Cheaper lhan at any other II ouse'in town.
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
" At DEN'S., te fceep a lull Ssirtmcul ou Ua-i.
Chicago abd. St. Louis Custom Mjtte
Hoots and Shoes, and Ladies'
' Are tlie Best iu tfce Market and f ..
Sfif.LS THEM CHEAP, MIND
THAT, A S YOU GO A LON G !
. i . .
CHEAPEST COOKING AKD PARLOR
. r Ot Lai6t Paterns yoa find t
- Chejper than at any other House in Brownville.
Hs aiarifeaortment of Tiy-WAR.K. tAUGlT? KET
TLKS, HKAVr SKERT-1ROV, HOLtOWWAUE,
STOVE-PirE aud ELUOWS. that be will nt be uuder-
SuiJ ou. '
HIDES, FELTS & FUES,
DEN pay tbe Eistiett Ch Price.
A full Assortment of
Retnrna his than In to the Public tor past favors, and
by strict attention to Business hopes t merit that lib
eral patronage bestowed, on him heretofore.
YTJI. T. IE!V.
Wholesale . and Retail.
Hai loat Received the largest and best a'oc cf
Liqn.jr aud Cigjr? ever rffrrel in tLis market, aud
win sen them n low as auy n ue in the Xemtwry. -
Main Street, Brownville.
Feb. , '84 jl.
J. V7. XJIDDLETON
Manufacturer and Dealer iu
SAHDIES, HARNESS, CRIDLES,!
COLLARS, WHIPS, LASHES, NETS,
CURRV COMDS, CARDS,
'BRUSHES, CARRIAGE TKI.MMING3,
AND A VARIETY OF EVERY THING
. PERTAINING TO
IST" 31 Prices Shall be in Accordance
with the TIMES 1 jg ,
By Strict Attention to Bus!ness I Expect
a Continuation of the Liberal Patronage
Heretofore Bestowed by a Qeneroua Public
Repairing of all Kinds Executed
CASH PAID FOR HIDES.
J. W. MIODLETOX-
JtuanftS. 1CI. sT.Iy
JACOB MARO UN, V
Calls the attention of Gentlemen desiring new, neat
er vicable and fashionable
HEW STOCK GF GOODS.
BROAD CLOTHS. CASSIMER3, YKSTIXGS. &e..k
O F T II C r Eit Y X. ATEsT ST 1 EES,
I Wblrh he will ell or make op. te oMer. at unprece-
aeoieu iuw priaes. tiavia i& uua ue or
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES,
he it Abie U do Cuslou work at rate thai Jefj cjips
UUoa. I warrant my work.
Hand as well as 32acliIno YFork.
Taje wUhin any thing ia his line will do well to
all anil examine stock before Utvestinz. aa be
'.e1ses hitnaell Ut bold oat pcallarl7 favorble in
aacemeata. Febrnarj 14,1564, tj.
y : X
I - ,. . ,. . i
( n D AUT?CrrT?l?T 0 Aa
Fi.rte. which t r rIum an-l purity Cf t ara
oarain all the inKlfin imrovfu.ert. 1 rcDeh.
t.i ..h iu;irnmr,t l. ir.? u.itc r."fjlt r lY&
k i . ..vrr lift T-iir in i
Tne "Grovesteen I'ianu Forte" received tlie Iiisrlie u award.
over all. otliers at tlie Celebrated lTorld's Fair 1
Uiiu I I ul lit ai circilf v. , . - - - j
exhibited ir,?trunieLts from the bet makers rf Lr.a1on, IirL, (rtutn-. rVj, ,
n and New Yrk ; auJ i t lio Amri :4u In-iltnle for fcvts aacces-i,., ,
fn m I jh of which tan b Ji-en at fu.- w r-r rim. '. ,MiS:
ITlhe ir.troJiu li..n of improvement we iike a ?f il! ni -re j-erf.-ct Pijao Forty, ,v,j Hr,,.
jjeljy with a strict! cash $Unj, are euaUi-d to lifer ihtse i&tru3i?nt sU a price ii-j".3:
1'ltICES No. 1, Seven Octave, no ml crnen. R9woo.l p'ai? $275.
, Nu. 2. Seven Octavo, r.-und c rucr.. Krffewiyxt baivv ia i mMmz $-103.
' N . 3 Seven Oc'avp, n urvl crr.ors Itosswud Ivmi XIV yt i'-Vli. fae iiu-,
DESCnil'TI VE UiKCULAUS .SSNT FliEU.
One lari Drk color-d Ccw.wita wl ite f;ico
bell ; cr-jp -off rib fear, and 'one h.rti knn, k.H ,
Amp, eutp(ied to biiva ftrtyed either-North H
Vef o? U.ownville. Anj iaforrn iti.i.i whi -h will
lead to her rwtovcTY 'Hill ba suitablj icffaxJxd at
this of5.e. " .
July 2ist. 43 3 r. ,
sit ie mmm.
The 5reate!t imprnvrment yet ia the Sewinn iia
chice Art. A curiuiit worth ueeing.
Plea3 lend for circulars with satnplej of Sewinj.
Tbe Improved Machioes t one h'inlrei per
cent, of thread and U!t, and make the Lvck-Stitch
alike, ca both . idea.
They require no instruction to operate perfectly, ' - , .
except the juiated direction!."
No chacjp in sewinj from out kind of jooda
And oo takiD apart to dean or oil.
Our New Manufactory is now complete, with all
its uiac-hinery and tuold entirtlr new, and isalreaJy
rapidly luri.in .ut Machine?, which fur betuty ajii
lerfn.-ti'n vf hni-'h ursinor iuruue-d Ly auy manu
facture iu the W'jrid.
N. D. Should any Machine prove unsatisfactory,
it can te returned aod mja refunded.
Agent wanted in counties not canvassed by our
FIA'KLE & LYO.V, S. 31. CO.
NO. 533 LROADWAY. N. V.
No. 45 vS ly.
Kegular Mevtin' of the St. Penan C uncil U.
L. A. No. K. are titl.l at A. J. Ki ter' Stcrij. c.
Saturday tveo'not' oath week, All tuiinVrs a.-
Py Order .f Conn?it.
PLAT Cvi. Mm ma!s. Sv:h-ei.t Tr,..ii 1 ib
Ut!l . Parnt tltdxl, Si-?vf, Wr .4 i..o
bruoLa t Wiite, Ui be toi l
At J2cLni;h!iu & SivuuN.
To all whom it tnaj cn -e rn : N!i 13 hrreHy
5:vcn that I irill ?U i tha LiUet b'.a It r f r cast:
theflaiwin rt'al e?t-ie, tho r-ptrijr 01 the min 1
heirs of V. Urvden.deoeaseJ.to-wit : Th-. Xr;i
b -i 1 : ef the pr.fcsest qunttir ! eo. 31. t..wn 5.
rrtje IS, eut. Sa t t.-tks p!.i;4oa tlie jirinN.'
rfaurd.y tho 2iA J.ij of Au;ti. tSU.at 10.-
c o. k, a. 11. sai:a11 E. L;; d;-:n, '
Nu-li-vS-Jt P'd. :g'.-Th.n.
ASpleiilil assortment ot CuDlect,DarT iuc'ii:ding
uck juJ aut:; cnUie
' At jVIeli.u ghlin & Swan'3. '
F'.GS, Cbc.--l4ie. Map!e fnear. asnrte-l Jt ie. C m
Peacbe. Pt-j-per ai.ce, Mubroooi Citsuy. VTrce
teraltii e jauoe, &.c , Xo.,
At riicl.anbliii A- Swan's.
CAN Frsi:s, Oysters, Currants, Xots, LTyer Baif Ins".
At 31cliaugtlin & Swan's.
XOTICE TO TEACIIEKS.
The nntr?iTicJ. BoarJ of Exam:nors fcr.M their
meetin fi r tbe 7 arju se of exaniidinz S:hil Teach:
er. on the fir-t Satunt-iy "f e-h month, at 2 o'clock
P M, at the office of E. Y. Homos. AW teichrf
ar reqaire.1 te have a certifiMta from tLe Uar j
previous to the ctininTitemtTit of thrir hoiJs.
E. W. THOMAS)
t. n. FisnEK. y sbo.i
WHERE DID YOU CET THOSE
J. BEIU1Y & CO'S.,
THE VERY CHEAPEST HOUSE IN
J. BERRY & CO.,
Have jost received) ana are now openlnit. at
rtana on JIaia lreet,en ol the largest stocks oftbeir
A X 9
ever efirered la this market. Xemember the place.
J. BERRY & CO3,
2To. llf 2LXaxx otroot,
BKOWTILLE, IT. T.
vr yitv ( I
uurivaliM bj anj biiherto oT r a ia .j,,,
iicin - l aci-r. uari eU.tl, iron Fr .m- )Ttf.,''
peivnAt ourterv.-i'in ot Mr.J.H i x.
heir iiiiinnf tcture. ii I J il Wirr.irf-.l ;
. - - - i if ,y mv
l f tx Curront Z7-li.xxc1s
juse Z ) utf ii ij
31AMH0TII , Sit
OF EW AND WELL SILr
Jast reseivf l il
JOHN A. P01UR
- C HEAP
DRY GOODS AXD GROCERIil
: MJI1X street.
The Latest Styl of Ladies'. '
Fancy Dress Good.,
Summpr ShftwN. Ifirt
; L7ry UCOd, U rocen -S.
ILi's. Cans. Boots. S:n-
to - -T ..
iruii, iictiis, ri.uir lmio:i.
Furniture, Sash Drs.
Window GUs, e'.c, t;
Which he will ?s
CHEAP FOR CA:
Call and ex.imiise bij stock bofra r jrc.i:
irwnvil!e. June 2Jch. 6I. r4j f;;
WE'I. Bnckt. Chnrn. S.e.e. H -i
CUtbe Pin- a"i-l C.srii
.llcl. ui-hliti A- Su
J. YT M rifr b-tvir.n 'e Mx.in-e'l
t :be Etjie t Krn- )l u . :
P.iwrxe. Nr:irakj Te-i itn-v li-- n
ly i;uf,i ill pr' n-i li.-.'in? r-ni-t
J.i?e t- ii.-e i'urm : a Vi '
I J,: Ijpf P. wnt. c.iil;' y, T . r (.
j ilay of Vuvf mo?r a l ite liv.c : . j
I u. a I cat r
Pawoee Cty, ilay 3-. j, a d 1 M !rv
"PAlL-S. Ti b K.'g- M abfi-Ja
A. Cat- aL'l Vfi.re.b.i -..w
! 0-2 foiicl
At ?fcL;az!iliii AS-
Toa'lwhntn i' miy rupcrn, r -i.:e i i' r' ,
thai fbeit b i ten application m:i-c t V
C art.jt Nub.i CdfKiTy. fr the ai
A lnnis'ra'.r np n ihe e:ve Ji iiti '
i-e-tert. al ai iljinl tr. the iOlh rtT .lJ
t lu'i'.rk P. il., 1 ibe t;ir.e m: iurej.
ciia sa',1 apicji:i n.
i. C S.iVl'R?.?, P:otiH"
B-ownvi: ie 3r.:e i, l;a4( 3,:i s.'l
IXPIa Eubfor i -t IT rn. D-.r:a.-. P'
C'tib . AS".-!!! P!ckt c -in., T bwT'
VVaKeu, Fih H.viE-; rx! iiu. Jt: & ,
At JUcL.tii.-Ulm ASt
M'LAUGHLIN & SWl
WOrin BESPECTPrLLT AXKCCXC8T0
fne N ik1 tte public aei.erall.v, tbat t'.ej-1
reeirel a ?cperi..r lot oi Family (irr'f.f
Ue aitemion of purchaser to their st'X;"1' -
N'ETTOSLKAXS SfGAE, PJ11MK W0 Cd:
RICT. Sa0, SPICE PSPPETt CLOTEJ,
COVK OTST.ER3, &.11S1.V5. aitiO'rt Jj
UAP, rCUS SODA, DiC LAXLS' SAU
FISH 1IACEX2AL. '
Lake teout, nziiNC?, s2i
Molasses, Coal Oil, Cider Tfr.
haF and tmiRn t iioiii
FlXiCl'TCS'lCNDlSH h.li-i.- 3?r
MCK 5IM:K.1.G. Ct-)J-
encrrxrrs. alvonpo rix.xs
: 01.? '
A Splendid Assortment
Fancy Can" fic.u ili
tjrir3 iu the EtM.
riour, Taccn, Euttcr, . Ha
The Ili-hpst Market Trpifu er
Country Produce. - ."as
' ' ' 3IcLlUGnU.V4 S.m-
BowTitL. 3- X.
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