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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 25, 1864)
ILL.E, THURSDAY ACQ. 25, 135.
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AL NOTICES TEN
7S A LINE ! CASH IjbJ
esinng good Photographs. Am
r Da-uereotypes will do well
Ir. Perkins $oon.
1 .HxiCHCT. Thismominj t 5 o'clock
three ccrapames cl i ieu. au
are to report at Ft. Kearney. Nebraska
Arsiv-xd. Major General Curtst and
body guard arrived at Omaha oa Tues
day last. We presume he ccmes to su
perintend the opening campaign with the
hostile Indians. Nebraska Times Aog.
choice lot of rhotogrtpa-
, at reasonable prices, at his
the Brownville House.
I. C. Perkins, Photographic Ar
eing able to complete his co
ders, will have to remain in
week cr ten days larger.
citable Messrs. McLaughlin
; constantly laboring for the
iraunity, and to this end have
3 stcck cf the choicest Gro
rdware, etc., e'.c.
Crow, Johnson, West, and
hose train wrs attacked near
i, have returned. Messrs.
J West, we understand, have
j: Crow and Gentry are still
1 to make the trip this season
Bee-Hi vx. Mr. Joseph
nderitand has secured a Pat
new Be Hive. The most
Teature about this Hive is the
f the Moth. It is an ingeni
;n and certainly should meet
Tuesday night the Colorado
warf. She had on Board the
elation to the Chicago Conven
Sterling Morton and A. J Pon-
ititute the soul of the dtlega
a fact of the Democratic Party
commendable piece of impror
w being "put through' by our
rs. We noticed a very jub
J "coy' little luilding in pro
tbinl street, intended for a
. It it a good idea, and we
-h from it in the way of "moral
f our subscribers at heme and
5 are indebted to the present
Lnow the amount of their in
, will do wj-II to pay up as that
! save them a dun. -All debts
?sent firm must be squared up
of this volume vihich expires
farh has just received a large
ati KinusDi otnooi moics. iir,
5 laboring to establish a Book
to supply the whole county wi;h
J c . r
s aim oiauunery oi every ce-
on reasonable terms, and de
? united patronage of the coun
3. building, Main street.
a under obligations to Horace
Muic Publisher, New York,
choice new music, comprising:
ing, Jiedowa Wjltz;" "The
Ilauce Schottitche." "I'm WjI
aii," "The Dyirg Drummer,"
! the Mountain Girl," "The
iier Boy." This firm has be
?rvedly popular because of its
. and success in, publishing the
usic first to an epprtciating
The irreprersible Wm. T. Den is
below after a large stock cf Dry Goods,
Groceries it, but las left the. unsurpas
sable John McNeal to attend to business
here. John is industrious and accommo
dating. TELEGRATHIC. .
Washington, 20. The operation cf
Grant's forces delayed:
Warren's corps moved to across the
Weldon road, a mile south of the head
works, met nothing- but the enemy's
pickets. Advanced from there towards
Petersburg, meeting the enemy, and
considerable fighting during the day.
Suffering some luss find inflicting some
on the enemy. Extent of damages un
known. City Taint. 19. Troops firmly fixed
across th Weldon.
Little or no fighting to-day south of
Petersburg, or north cf James river.--Warren
reports considerable Dumber cf;
the enemy s deed found m ais iroct un
hurried. Birney telegraphs Butler as follows;
Headquarters, 10. Army corps jy
Encmv attacked my line with a heavy
force last cipht, and was repulsed with
creat loss. Fifiv-two dead rebels found
in the front. Colored troops behaved
handsomely and are in fine spirits. Tne
assault was in a column, a division strong
could and would have carried the works
if they had not been so well-defended.
Enemy's troopi numbered at least 1000.
City Point, 19. Enemy came out this
evening to Warren's right drawing in
pickets connecting him and left. Our
old line plank road forcing them back
threw a.thell into Fort Morgan bursting
one gun to pieces.
Petersburg 17ih. Prisoners brought
in to-day concur in the statement that
Burnside and Warren's corp3 are still
In our front while Hancock's and perhaps
other infantry -n"w operating north of
James river. Advises received to-day
confirm the reported defeat of the enemy
near Whitens Tavern north side of the
James river.. Our loss not large. Offi
cial advices from the Valley up to yester
day say no general engagement has ta
ken place. Rain fallen very deep this
Indianapolis, 21. Letters from the
Eeast, received by the Government some
days ago slating that large quantities of
arms are being shipped to persons in Ind
ana. Oa the 17th four boxes were re.
ceived. and last fright twenty-two more.
Military authorities immediately placed
a guard around the build i r)g and took
possession of the boxes. On examination
the were found to contain revolvers of the
best quality' ammunition Sec wtid look
contaning a list of the names of the S n?
of Liberty, found zUo the names of the
Auditor, Secretary, State Attorney, J. J .
TCmrrham. editor of ihe !en;insl, olso
ATCHINSONi COUNTY NOMINA
For Representative, Richard Back
ham ; Sheriff, A. E. Wyatt was nomi
nated by acclamation ; Treasurer, A. B.
Durfee; County Judge, H. P. Moore;
Assessor, Wm Van Lsuvan.
The delegates to the x Senatorial 'Con
vention to be held at Oregon on the 1st
of September, were instructed to cast
their votes fur Colonel Philip A. Thom
pson, editor cf the Atchinson County
Five delegates were selected to the
Congressional Convention, to he held in
this city ou the 24 ih insL
The following resolutions were cnani
monilw passed by the County Conven
Resolved, That we theloyal people of
Atchison county, now in Convention, do
hereby instruct the County Court of said
county to appropriate two hundred dollars
to each man that may volunteer in the!
twelve months servive, and be credited
to the county by the 5th day of Septem
RnolvsJ, That the County Cori o
said county be instructed to levy a specia
four hundred rebel prisoners, as "i id appropriation.
XCELLENT PrLT A R ATI05S Or
ix. By the us-e of whith he
real a pcpalarity in the treat--re
of Dyspepsia, Liver Com
aipaton and palpitation cf the
all diseases arising from in
ii torpid liver, was no other
s now put under the name of
. Stomach Bitters the pro
aig the original formula in
:ioa. Persons sufTerinjr with
nd all diseases arising from
state of the stomach, should
n a bottle of the celebrated
Stomach Bitters. No fami
ne without them. Sold in
by all druggists tLroughout
Onf doliar per boule.
ry in U moruing ud Sdilei lit
en, the above text is sound
may be divided into three
hsm, the Saddle and the Ass.
i considered by Jo?h Billings,
r man," a "wicious anamile,"
1 is necessary to succesfully
im. As Abraham cf old
ntrol and ride his Ass with
'e, so Abraham the Honest
unt the rump of the rebellion
id cf that necessary article
The idea has doubtless ere
jpon your benighted minds,
, that the Saddle is a -good
a enlighten you still farther
unce, as a benediction, that
manufactured by John W.
far excel all others in
and beauty, as the sun's
cf a "penny dip." He
and a stock cf the best har-
bips, &c.t cver offered in
You are now dismisied,
-ae f an appreciating pub-
y: call and examine his
Baltimore. 20. Nothing definite from
the Upper Totomac. It is understood a
small force of rebels occupy Martiusburg.
rot proper to speak definitly of jour po
sition so soon. Hoped Sheridan may
prove more than a match for the rebel
Army Potomac. IS, This morning at
four o'clock the 5ih corps started on an
expedition to cut the Weldon Rail road
Raine's station, taking four days rations.
The corps was withdawn from left front
some days ago, been reserved since on
detacbed railroad. At 8 o'clock on the
1st. a division in advance had a skirmish
with the enemy's stationed to protect the
road, they fell back rapidly. Loss on ei
ther side 8. After placing troops in line
to meet any attack that might be made,
the work of tearing up the track com
menced, prosecuted with vigor for sever
al hours. About noon they were inter
rupted by the appearance of the enemy
approaching along the railroad from Pe
tersburg, in line of battle, prored to be
Hill's corps which had been reserved the
past few day3, advanced on the double
quick, oon as he became aware of our
intention, several divisions, Ayer's com
manding, held tbe advance on the rail
read. 3d and 4th divisions supported on
the Tight by the 1st division placed un
der cover of the left 10 prevent surprise
in that direction.
The attack cu the 2d division was a
very determined one, our men met gal
lantly, driving the enemy back hand
somely, with severe loss. After repea
ted attempts to force our lines and 2
hours hard fighiii:g, fell back some dis
tance keeping up a fire all the afternoon.
To-morrow we will completely destroy
the rails and ties.
Army Potomac, 21. Ourlossat Wel
don railroad on Friday, greater than
heretofore reported. It is estimated the
rebels toot fiUeen hundred prisoners.
II seems cur troops wete surprised, many
bein m flicker in their tents trying to
escrape lie htavy rain. Rebels first ap
peared about noon right of the road, in
tront ol the third division fifth corps ihi.
was evidently a fint for the purpose of
feeling our lines. About 3 p.m. charged
heavy force between the 5th and 6th
corps and turned their flank the former
captured a large number of prisoners, this
part of the line was forced back some dis
tance, when the ninth corps, which re
lieved the night previous by part of the
second corps came on filled the opening,
fire cracuiug the advance of the rebels.
taking a few prisoners, a heavy column
of the rebels at the same time charged
our left, wet of the railroad, held second
division cf Gen. Ayers, which they broke
and took five or six hundred prisoners of
regular brigade commanded by General
Hays, believed to be a prisoner. Our
whole line forced back, heavy loss in
killed and wounded, enemy suffered
worse in thi particular, his men laying
tnulc all over the field.
Our loss estimated at three thousand,
nothing but kkirraishing occurred tu-day
both parties entrenching. Battle looked
for any moment. Enemy seem deter
mined to rxain possession of the road.
Prisoners lakened belonged principally to
Beauregard's and Hill's corps.
New York, 22. Late advices before
Atlanta, state that the rebels have 60,
UU0 troops at Atlanta, including 40,000
Georgia Milium their works 15 feet
high with deep ditches and abaltis.
therman has felt the lines to the ex
tent of lb mues with a view of turning
their position. Thus far he has been un
able to effect this object, our line proving
equally strjng at all points.
New York, 22. Tribune's Washing
ten special says Warren entrenched h's
command, been reinforced and intends
to tnoroustily destroy the W eldon rail
road. One half the rebel forces in the
Shenandoah valley awaiting Sheridan'
the other half hold the defenses from Pe
tersburg to Richmond. Letters of ihe
10th from near Fortress Monroe state
that Granger received heavy reinforce
ments from General Herron and rein
forcements have been sent to Pensacola.
Fort Morgan is now besieged by land,
fleet was to bombard ir. Rebels bumpd
third degree members.
Mobile papers of the 17ih say Mayor
at Mobile ordered non-combatants out of
the city. Urges citizens to defend the
city to the last.
Fort Monroe, 21. Steamerfrom City
Point states that heavy cannonading com
menced on Saturday night cn our extreme
left, front of the oth corps, which contin
ued until 4 o'clock this morning. Heavy
musketry firing heard up to the hour the
mail boat left at ten this morning. A
witness described it as a most spirited
character, caused by the enemy attempt
inor to drive us from Weldon
Up to the latest advices they had failed
to do it.
Washington. 20. Passingers by mail
steamer from Cuv Point, report 2d
corps successfully recrossed the James
river on Saturday nijjht, thus adding to
mystification rebels a to the intention
of cur movements
Steamer rrid, after attempting to
run into Charleston Hab4r, grounded
opposite fori Mouhre, our battieres open
ed heavily upon her, reducing her to to
tal reck. Cargo consisted principally of
medicines and other light articles almost
Newbern," ID. N, C, Confederate
ays Grn R. D. Lee recently arrived at
Atlanta, from Miss., with a large num
ber cf reinforcements, iand pariicipated
in lite battle.
The North Carolina Times, speaking
ihe of the recent election, says HoMen
men have a majority in the Legislature.
Army Potomac, 19, Brilliant Hank
movement made by the 5:h corps yester
day morning, complete success. The
enemy's forces have nearly all with
drawn from this direction, and sent
across James river.
Headquarters Averill's Cavalry, in the
field, 22d, A. M. Heavy skirmishing
yesterday on a portion of Sheridan's line,
lasted all day. Loss between 1,000 and
2,000 killed 'and wounded.. Enemy's
loss about the same.
Strasburg Plains, 20. Hancock hav
ing accomplished the object of his 2d ex
pedition on the north side of the James
river has now withdrawn his command
Part of his forces are already recrossing
the James river. Second curps being
followed by cavalry under Gregg. Bir
ney. commanding the 10th corps, conduc
ting the withdrawal of his corps, his col
umn just approaching a portion of the
bridges. Operations in this vicinity have
reflected honor upon all concerned.
Cincinnati, 23. Morning papers pub
lish lengthy extracts from correspondence
captured at Indianapolis manuscript copy
of adJressto Grand Council is among
th'e papers, in wnich appears the Grand
Convention was to be held at Chicago on
July 1st. Spontaneous meeting held at
Indianapolis last night, to take council
concerning the dangers surrounding them.
It was the largest out doer meeting ever
held there. Meeiing extremely orderly
though there was deep ftliug against
Harper's ferry, 22, Brisk enRagement
occurred yesterday, two miles beyond
Amon? the prisoners captured on the
Weldon Railroad, are three 'Colonel,
32 Captains and Lieutenants. Our loss
in killed and wounded anbout 150. Nearly
100 prisoners taken on skirmish lin.
MAM0TH .... STOCK
OF NEW AND WELL-SELECTED
JOHN A. PONN'S
DRY GOODS AND GK0CEEY STOKE.
The Latest Style of Ladies
Fancy Dress Goods,
-Sornmer Shawls, Hats, etc, etc.
Dry Goods, Groceries.
Hats, Caps, Boo;s, Shoes,
Iron, Nails, Flour Bacon.
Window Glass, etc.,. etc., etc
TTliich t wiU Sell
CHEAP FOR CASH!!
Ca!I and examine Lis stock beforo purchasing eliv
Urownrille. June 25tb, '54. n42-v8-j!y
M'LAUGHL IN & SWAN,
WOri.P RESPECTFuLLY rA NXOUXCE TO THEIB
friends ana tlie public generally, that they bare jo
receive a superior lut of Family Groceries, and . invti
Lho attention of purchasers to tbeir stock iocluUi&(
XEWOULEAXS SUGAR, PRIME RIO COFFEB,
CLARIFIKU rto IMPKKJaL TKA.
CRU-HKU do TEA,
OWnjiRED da BLACK. TKA.
RICE, SaGO, spice, peppeh. clotis, CINKAMON
COVE OYSTERS, RJIS1XS, CURRANTS, STARCH,
SO P, PUiiK HOD A. , DE LANDS' SAUERATU3, &c.
COD riSH KAC5XSAL, "WHITE1 'FISH,
LAXi 113 UI, HiiaiXG, SHAD. .
THE HORACL TTATEH3 II0DEO
Ilf-PROTO OTXRSTRCXa BAS3
full mo:; irn at.ttt piatos
re bent tt ti tet acd most thoToajbiT setoocei ma
teria' , and will aund any climate. Tte tone is rtry
dep, round, fall, and mellow; t touch elastic
Ech PUao warranted Sor yeara. Prlcas from t"Z5
The Haraws Water Piauoi are known. m amoztx tb
very beat." Lvmctlut.
"Wm can peax of iheir merlU frcm personal Ibot!-
.1 mm I. - . i T -II
uf t. (,u7iu inie iigcncrr. I
Watera' PUo'MandeiixleoncbaTlenreeoinpartaoi I
ith tbe flcHt made rj-bere." Hrt Journal.
190 2i EW 7 OCTAVO PJJLN OS. cf difTfer
ent inaaeri. for tiu; do., with carred left.
$225 and U0. Second-hand Pianos and Xelodena at
$5, JI40, $6tt, $75, $100, $115, $1, flaO.atd
The Horace Waters 31e!odeons and llar
tnoaiants. Tuned tbe Etjnal Te-nperament with the Patent Dirlded
Swell. prtce from f.53 to $3oa Alexander Cr
gana from $20to $5t.O.
E3A liberal diaconnt to Clergymen, Chnrchea. Sab
bato School,, Lodges, Seminaries, aadTeaehera. SOS
ACS WATJUW, a z't, o. l&l Broadway, Jw T.
The Day School Bel!..
40 OOOeopie, issned- A new Einjrinr Bo: far Scbeola
and Seminaries, called th ! Krhnni r.i um
ready. It contain aleat two hundred choice tone. I and FanrV Groceries. Clothinr' T?-i.-.t
iMnuui.idicsn. caeii. irioi. nn,nt't mil rearni I r-1 tj, .
many cf them written eipreiy for thi? wort, besides aiU fcaoes, ttat3 artaCap3, 1 umitare,
Jroir8the K!eneBt 01 Mttaic' whicar,?,yad Doors and Sash, Stores and Tin-.vare,
Amon? the larire nambeTnf beantlfnl p'.ece may be vin6ri5VVare, xiardware. CU'.lery. Iron
.v.-uu, mn. ,,,ia-, Bcaoc.," "Don't yon tear me Hrirf XaiU I. i nr ! Pn'tr fil r-M
children eoratns." "Alw.T.icok on the lonny aide." - "SS and 1 U.ty, Ull aii(l
"as-' d "uttie Lad." -oh, tt i were a raicis, urus ana uve-stuaa, S.C., ccc.
. mmuij, - rrcnj pear rBe,'-
"Anvil Chorns," Heei n by the runD:n brook."
fcc. It Ucuniplled by Horace Waters, anthor of ' Sib
btb School II, 'Cos. 1 and S, wtich hare had the
mormons !e er a.'o uug copies. Price papercoTers,
25 cents, $20 per 100; bound 33 cent. $25 per lou;
cioio oocna, entDosed silt, 40 cents. $35 per fcO'idr
6 copies furnished at the ua handred prtc. tailed
at ice retail price.
T7IL T. DSN,
TCni) Bust repect?nlty ln-rite the vitUe rfal!y
to call and exatr.iue Lis Stock ef JlercaaniUe before
malice, their purchases elsewhere, as tiey will thereby
SAVE THEIU MOXLY.
JtOTTO "SilALL PROriTS. QCICr. 5AXI3," ZZt
Stock consists of Dry. Goods, S tapis
D E N
Sabbath School Bell No. 1,
eontlns 144 papes. and nearly two hnndred tones and
ftnun, and is the most popular S. S Book eTer issned
Among the most rxpnlar pieces are. . nd Word."
'iJdea Aoore," Ctinstian flero," "Beattifnl Zton,"
"Ioucht to love tj Kther," "The Angels told me so,"
'In the Lisht " '-Rest for the tfary," &c. Price
paper covers, 20 ct. each, $15 per hundred; boend,
25 cts. each, $23 per haii(irei cioih bvuad, emhosied
tin, 4v cis., per hcnurea.
Hit a larire assert in t3t ?f Ficy Vr& C xxls, Ltij't
fancy Hats and Bnnet, Children and ilises Farr
lists, Koiions. Glove and Ujslerr. Ujon iikiru. Ac.
At I.ow Hures.
k fnll Awcrtment cf Cett'a end B-y'a Snirmer
C lotUug, Fancy Shirts, Under Cl&ihLoj, yen will Cad at
Cheaper than at any other Hotns in uwa.
STAPLE AMD FANCY GROCERIES
At DSX'd, he keeps a full asisrtmss; oa tiai.
Sabbath School Bell Ko.2,
Is an entire new work of 192 aaees, and nearly 225 tnne9
aia hymns. As the masic is a little more diffljuit it
ts jnst the book to follow Bell Ho. 1. Nearly one mil
lion of the-e Blis have been Issued, and are now ring
ing through tfcu and other countries. Amu nit the
many choice pieces may be f nnd. Shall we meet be
yond the river ? Tbtre Is a beautiful woTld. Sirrow
snail coma again no.more. Don't yon bear the AnzeU
cominc Thoq, God. seest me. Sabbath Bells chime
en, h.c. Prireo of Bell No. 3 are the same as Beli No.
1. Both numbers ch be obtained ih oue volume -
Price, bound COI V. 40 cents. 3A nr hnndred : rtnth
boond, embofsed gilt, 60 cts., $45 per hundred. 25 SELLS THEM CHEAP. MIND
yic3 luruiMieu at we one nasoiea pneo. MLAima at
uie reuii price.
CLicago snd St. Louis Custom Made
Boots and Sbocs, and Ladies'
- Are the Best in the Market and
Llolassss, Coal Oil, Cider Vinegar
NATCH A I, LSAF CTTEWIKGr TOBACCO, OOLDIJi
1UF AND OTUKH CflOlCK BRANDS
FIN CX't Ca VKN Diail. fetlLLlS.
NICK 6Jt)Ki:X&. CUil
Rebel loss 5 or 600 killed and wouuded. Cgars onhe Best Brands in Ihe
a!l buildicjs hospitals , etc, outside of
Fort Morgan. Kebel gunboat Gaices
wa. turned. The monitor Manhattan ' munication b$en abondoncd
CHESTNTTS, AL5T0ND3. PE;CaNS. FILBEBTS, PlA-
NCI5, &.C., &.c.,&c.(
A Splendid. Assortment of Stick and
Fancy Candy from the Best Manufac
tures in the East.
Flour, Eaccn, Butter, Eggs cc,
The Highest Market Prices Paid for
McLAUGHLIS & SWAN,
Nemaha Valley Bakk Bcildikg.
Buowhtillt. Jan. 14. IM4. 20y.jyt-yly.
A TTE A'TIOIV.
Kegular Meetir of the St. Perin Cooaeil U.
L. A. No. 17. are held at A. J. Hitter's Store,
Saturday Ereningof each week. All members are
By Order of Coneil.
and about oo prisoners
Ft. Kearney, midnight, 23. Maj.
Gn. Curtis, arrired here to-day. to
siraichin up Indian affairs.
Thi Overland Stage Company have
removed all their agpnts, stok and coach
es 10 thi post for protection.
Not a white inhabitant between here
and Denver. All have fled to the posts
" The country arouud Denver reported
to be swarming with hostile Indians.
The road between here and Omaha
nlmost entirt-ly deserted, except at two
fortified pots Columbus Fort Curtis.
General Curtis had a conference with
the Chiefs of the Pawnee tribe, who
agreed to asist him in fighting hostile
There has been no exaggeration in
telegrarh news from this country about
Cincinnati, 24. Brough has is
sued a proclamation to the people ot
Ohio, who are preparing to resist the
draft, warning them to desist from
Memphis, 21. Memphis was at
tacked at 4 o'clock this morning by
Forrest, with three brigades of cav
alry, about 3,000 strong.'
Later Aug. 22. Raid into Mem
phis yesterday was a complete failure
and so admitted by Forrest. His in
tention was to capture Washburne
and other generals and our troops be
ing without leaders to take and plun
der the city. They captured a nun-
YiPT rvf Tiritnnoro infliiiliTi rr twrt r fn .
I O - ' rjT" ol 1 Tfi.i 1. i .
i 111 jil. il " - 11 uintJiiiB in in wrrpriuot
-cfS ana several Cierss anu leiegrapa . rr- Sfldbymll Dmrg-sts and Retailer. ererywhere
Operators i !,: UEW" :::cfa:i worthies 11:
Army potomac, 23. Enemy earlv
yesterday morninrr disarmeared from Adjrs
thft frrvrir f -,r,A Qtl ..o ht 1 PWCIPAL DEPOT BiOAD-WAT. IT. T.
wllA j v r F; i ETS.li by-All Wholei. and BauUDrujiiaU
For Rats, Mice, Rouches Anis, Bed
Bugs, Moths in Furs, Woolens, &c. In
sects ou Plants, Fowls, Animal, &x.
Pnt np in 25e. r,i $l.f Bnxef. Bo ties, and FlaTts
ii aad $ j size for Hiteln, Public Institationi, &,o
infalllbiB remedies inown."
Free frrm pciions.
"X-jt danseroas to the Ilamao Family.
lints come cut of their hole to die."
HP See that "Cottar V name ie oa each Box,
i3tue, aaa iiask. before yea bay.
HENRY R. COSTAR.
in Erownri!!;, Nebraska.
regain this importhnt line of com- !Tr?rjiiAL. Gnpwfir. tooex ZiTtaa aad Slack
rrrr.efmr, V.-- A X a rsperi.r cn;trT,
1 - ' A. ilcLaniUin Bwn'a.
T titers' Choral Ilarp.
Anew Snnday Scnool Book. of 160 na?e of beantlfnl
hTtnns anj tnoea. It containe many (rem, , s r.ch as
aan we anow each other tbere ; Suffer little children
to come nnto ate ; The beautiful shore ; Ob, 'tis (flurt
ona; Leave me with my mother ; Heleadetbmebet'le
atwi waters, fcc. Price paper core. 3 J cents; t.15
per nnndrea; bound 3o cents, 820 per hundred; cloth
bound, embossed guitt, 35 cents; $30 per buudred
Mailed at tbe retail price. It is edited bT Horace Wa
ters, author of Sunday School Bella Nos. 1 and 2. which
bare bad tbe enormous sales of orer eisrht thousand
copie. Just published by UO RACK WATXaS.Ko. 431
aroaaway, ew lora:.
The New Patriotic Sons Book
contains 86 paces of songs, dners andebormes. both sa
cred and secular, including 14 pages of prayers far sUk
and dying soldier, and soldiers' Scripture Manual.
It is well snited for social singing, as well as Sabbotb
worship. Among tbe many beautiful pieces may be
fuund, where liberty dwells Is my country : TheChrli
tlan hero, Three cheers for our banner; Come sing to
meefheaTyn; Columbia, the rem of tbeocean ; Fiee
man's gathering; Columbia's Kin forever; Marching
along, Ac. Prices paper covers, lacenU, AUper hun
dred, called at tbe retail price
The. Harp of freedom
contains Tl papes of songs, dne. s and cbornsea, for Free
dom. Amonz the ch. ice pieces we would name. Fair
freedom's m.rn ; O let my people go; Over tbe moun
tain ; They worked me all the day, fee. Price 5 cents
single, 60 cents per doxen. $3 per hundred : postage I
Rath: A Sacred Cantata,
contains 12S pages. Words by Ber. Sidney Dyer,nslc
fey Prof. cull. This is an excellent book for concerts
for the young. Prices paper covers, 20 cents; $14 per
hundred , Donna 2d centf . $10 per bonlred.
The RTival 31 mie Book,
contains 13 pagesjof tunes and bynins. dexrgred for re
vival, prayer, and conference meetings. Price in paper I
covers, single copies. 10 cents; S3 per hundred,.
Jtaiiea at uie reuii prices.
The Athenaura Collection
contains oetween four and five hundred psges cf tcnes
aca cymns. new and o'd, of the choicest kinds, for
cenreb, Sunday school, revival, missionary, temperance
prayer ana conference, and all htnJs of sacred and so
cial meetings. The music in this book has life and an
lmation in it, like. Sbtnina Stmre, Rest for the weary.
Shall wo kn w ech other there? Shall we meet beyond
ce rive ; There is a ooautiful world; Kind words;
Sweet hour of prayer ; There is a Und of love; Suffer
line chitdren to come nnto me ; God save the N ation.
4tc. Prices single copies, bund 60 cents; $15 per
nnndred : cloth bound, embossed gilt, 60 cnts ; 6.5 rer
hundred. Mailed at the retail price. HORACK WA
TERS. 4S1 BroaJwiy, Kew lourk, Publiaher ef tbe
Vocal Jllnsic, with Piano Accompaniment.
A large assortment of new and popular songs, ballads
ucts, quartetts, and cborueo, irsueu daiiy. Anjong
tbe most popular are. Shall we know each other there.
Lowrey; Why have my loved ones g ne ; I will be true
to the; Oh, there's no such girl a mine, by Foster;
Mother's lveistrue; Sweet iove. forget me not. at.
by Keller, 23 cents each; I hear sweet voice stngins;
Home is home; Forget if you can. but forgive, by
Thomas, 33 cents each.
Instrument! Mutt for the Ciano Forte We are
coming Father Abra'am, nx hundred thousand more ;
Always lo.k on the furny side; Shall wo kuow each
other there? ice,, with brilliant variations by Grobe,
60 cenrs each.
Polkas, Waltzes, Marches, 0iiektp, Qnsdrills,
lc. by jwpuiar authors. All kin !8 of S.niQtf and Ia-
strnction books. Catalogues roaiiedfrce to any audie
Music mailed at tbe above prices.
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HIDES, PELTS & FUES,
CSN pays the Cljbest Cash Price.
A full Assortment ef
Returns bis thanks to tbe Public for past favors, and
by strict attention to Easiness hopes to merit that lib
eral patronage bestowed on bla heretofore.
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JOBCN" O. DEU5ER,
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CURRY COMBS. CARDS,
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with the TIMES !3
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a Continuation of the Liberal Patronage
Heretofore Besto-wedby a Ccnarous Public.
Waters' Cheap rInsic for the Million,
Arranged as soloes, duets, quarters and cbornes, for
mutical societies, choirs. Sunday kcbools, public schools
seminaries, etc. Shall we know each otbe' tbere?
Don't yon bear the aneels "mine ? Sball we meet be
yond the river? Be in time; There is a beautiful
world; WLere liberty dwells Is my country ; Freedum,
trutb and rizbt; We are comma father Abra'am. six
hundre-l thousand m re ; Tiiere i a Und, of love; S.r
row shal I cunip asain no ra'ire Heaven ly home ; Come
sing to me of Heaven ; Ltnd in sietit ; We will love c:r
Sunday S h'l ; Our Go-i is marcQins on ; Qndsave tbe
Nation; Whittier's on of the Plautatton Neirro; Fair
Freedom Murn ha dawned at lat; Over t)t moun
tain; Orer tbe mountain; Little Ella's an angel ; Wil
lie's gone to Heaven ; Sutler little children to come
nnto me; Bury me in tbe morning, Kotber ; Come to
tbyret; Sweet hour of Prayer, i.c. Price 3 cents, 30
cents per dox., $2 per hundred ; postage 1 cert eacb.
In sbeet form, witb Piano accompaniment, 25 cents.
Published by HORACK WATFR3. Az't,
Ha. 481 Broadway. K. 2.
Repairing of all Kind3 Executed
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This boat it now beinz ran nnder tbe raneristn-
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lanjrants from St. Joepb and all points East ef !
bere, even if tbey tbould wiab to go by tbe Nebraska
City scute, wilt crd it as near to cross at tbis point,
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souri Biver tban op tbe East. And
Can be bou;M bere cbeaper tban at asyotber polst
tn tbe Territory.
Kansas to Iowa cr frca Iowa to Kansas
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Guttering and Spouting.
Tta prepared te pat op tratterinx ahdiponiiar, tal
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J. BERRY & CO.'S,
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Llaiars and Cirart vr TrrrA In f I Tna.knt an
will se't Uemaa low cs any Dcoie la tbe Territory.
Mai a Street. ErowiiTills.
IXDla UubbT and Bin, Dreilnr. Pxti and Ilia
Comb-'. Wu:en PKket c-mt4, Tobacco Pjacaaa
Walieu, Fisb Hoc ks a1 lines, ic., at..
At .ilcLaa-blin k. Straaf
A Larre assortment jf Puckat knires. Batcberknlvea
etc. etc., can bo seen
At ilcLaujlJln & Swin's.
SA ItRATII SCHOOL CITLL NO. 2.
75,000 Copies; Sold the First 13
LIcntha oi its Pnblicaticn.
It ian entire New Work, of near; 2'JO pafea.
Many of the Tones and Ilvram were written ex
pre!y for thii Tolnns. Ii will toon be as pcpalaf
as its predecessor, (IhiII No. I ) which Laa ma ap ta
the enoraou number cf 575,noO c-f ies i 3 Z ic.-cihs,
cutstrippingaDT Sunlay Skkool Djk cf sue i
ued ia tbia eouatry. Also, boil !aansare boaoj
in one to acconmiJte achjola wiihin.f t'aem in thai
f.-.na. Fricca of Xo. 2, pair eovfo, ticenU,
$12perlC3. Bonr.d.r5 eenii. 513 pr liO. Cl-ta
bou&J embowi ?!J, 10 cen's V2 pr 10). LjII
I. paper covers, 12 csis, S!3 r-"." 100. Uoa-.d 27
een.fiS per 10'). Oivta b.uu 1 e?u! .3c-l z;lt,23
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frariicr 43 cent?, i3D per hsnirwj. 25 cuT is fur
siched at tba IC3 r;ce. Cif:h bound eTE3oeJ
g-liSDreaa.plJ per UO. iiiii posut fre A
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