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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 7 June 1856

r - t nj?- i 4- - . " . r - A. LI i Ay Ay y Ay 6 Ay y - AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST TO THE COTIUNITY ' AT LARGE.' Cfy Iky r vi r3 rr i I t- -et. VOLUME I. i, I tnXD AM) ITEUSTIED EVEEV BiTTKDAT BT .'W. FURNAS, cord Street, bet XIaia and Water, . (Lake's Block,) laWNVILLE,- N. T. Tinners : ce year (invariably in advance, - $2,00 .dx months, 1,50 RATES OF ADYEI- V; 'i,,i;1iiviuaal insertion, .'ce square, one month " three months, " six montb " one year, , ' vs Cards of six lines or less one year, ( if-iwf Column, one year, i f,rth " i ihta u u : : Ciiamn, cix months, lalf Column, ix months, ; - farth " u ,irhth " . - (umn, three norths, - talf Column, tliree months, - fucrth " i.e. 6,00 10.00 5,00 60,00 35,00 20,00 10,00 35,00 20,00 10,00 ' 8,00 20,00 13.00 10.00 . 6,00 - eighth -,,ntfin rnniliilatPS fcr'oCicO, 5,00 ;.4.h in advance will be required for all aJvcrtiso- u iiM-ntwhrri) actuitl re.-Tvnsiliiiity is known. Tea wr cent for c-h chang...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 7 June 1856

! iironTof tc Extracts from akntcr Sated Fort v ancouver, Wasliington Territory, April 1st 1836. St. Louis Republican. For the past six rr.orjtbs tho clouds have Leon thickening around us and in almost all our attempts to brighten matters, our enemies have come ol Gr&t best. From JJaller's defeat up to the last masterly strokes, enacted a few miles above this post, the Indians certainly have Lad the better of us. It became necessary, a few months since, to apply to the authorities at Washington for ad ditional troops and they, were promptly grant ed. The Oth Infantry came to this post, when Cnl. Wright was invested with full powers to conduct the campaign gainst t the Indians.' Fc'.'tv Utiles above this place the river cavita tion ceases, and over frve miles, the falls and rapids of tharlrtr, all stores have to be trans ported, in part, ly small boats, cordelled, and the balance cf the way, about a mile and a half, by a woolen Railway; tho small cars carving about a ton of freig...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 7 June 1856

I. 1 - ADVEViTISEIl. 4 Saturday morning; ju: 1S5-'. 1 S. II Pettfkgili. & CoXf . r n- York, AVai. VfixTiizs, 221, Vine S:: nati, W. S. Swires, 4.3, Chci'ta v Street ; Are authorize! Agents to sollcr. 1 for the Advertiser, and receive v monies thereon. With our recent addit:onst"we m . have 1 most extensive Job Office in this Wf -tct rot Irv nnr? ora r.runfirnJ t,-v eTOPlltd .TV? V f .1. f rn TTT7 lllJCj every description, in the neatest si j t Xa lU0 C0lUiW 13 Bnuy n reasonable terms. Particular atteL. .?i';;ive:l sentiife the appearance of a coi l to Blank and Card work: having J -uri '1 ' or tl&o hundred years old, hil t! one of Foster's latest improved Ca: 1 J y . . but dLtitute of houses and for! j Oraers from a distance wul meet v; ztn- I ' I . , , fj attention. M ;.freb, here and there, have M ' Custom has made it obligatory of -oil 'as suming the active responsibility as ccxdtctor vf a Public Journal, 10 briefly, at jot'sot forth the outlines of a future course. It is...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 7 June 1856

i ll.tlMULln mwftsm H From the Country Gentleman. KITCHEN UOTES 12021 THE TJKITED STATES PATENT 01TICE. From the reply of Mr. Jolm White of Lisbon, St. Lawrence Co., N. Y., to inquiries from the Patent office, in relation to "Market and Kitchen Gardening," the following notes are taken : Asparagus. The Giant is much esteemed on account of its close head and large size. The ground is trench ed to three feet; then fill the trench with a compost, composed of hot-bed manure, swamp-muck, lime, ashes, and refuse of the ardcn 1 loads of muck, one of manure, one of garden mould, ' five bushels of lime, and five bushels of ashes, to every twenty-five loads of manure, well tossed through each - other. The plants put in in the usual irnv. and covered with six inches of fine mould, then a covering of manure. Sales at 4 cents per doz. Beets. There are many varieties of this tribe, tut those in general use in the kitchen carden, are the long dark blood, requiring deep tillage and hirrh manurein w...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 14 June 1856

0 ,1 f y Ay Ay av fr Ay Ay AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO " 1IATTEES i OF GENEEAL IN1T5KEST TO THE COMMUNITY AT LAEGE. VOLUME I. BBQWNVILLE, KEMAHA COUNTY, N, T., SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1856. NUMBEK 2. w - ! 4 ' it ! 'St . b- "t 1 Q- m- .il- 1 . .ok , H ! 3 I ied,' xb, ; ish . at iOW i 1 i rs will '.ing to Ten r jctt over cl : ken ' have ' -Ib'.e. 3'.- ! . Se f.3T' Ca- I fc IS EDITED AXD rCBLISEED EYETlT SATTBDAT BT R. W. FURNAS Second Street, bet. Hain atd Water, (Lake's Block.) BROWNVILLE, N. T. . For one year (invariably in advance), " tlx months, - . - - $2,00 1,50 RATES OF ADVERTISING: On square, (12 lines or less,) one insertion, $1,00 0,50 . 2,50 4,00 6,00 10,00 5,00 60,00 .35,00 20,00 10,00 35,00 20,00 . 10,00 8,00 20,00 13,00 ' 10,00 6,00 Kach additional insertion One square, one month . 44 three months, " ' eiif months, o . u one year, Bu?incss Cards of six lines cr Jess one year, One Column, one year, " " One-half Column, one year, fourth . . ' u a a ei.qrhth u "....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 14 June 1856

CALIF CHIIIA XrW3, Tlic news of the fortnisrlit ending llay o cannot bo said to be important, or characterize J. by any very remark able occurrences or incidents. Tiie weather has been unusually cold, and there have been occasional showers, but the .vct season may be regarded as succeeded by cold, dry summer weather, i ar ivitli the chilling sea breezes that San Francisco is noted for at this season of the year. The State Legislature adjourned .on the 21st of May the day of the sailing of the last steamer, leaving a record of its public acts for the criticism of the press and the scrutiny of the people. Manv things have lrcn done for the benefit of the State', and much that was needed was left undone. The bill to 1 consolidate the city and county Governments of . San Francisco was passed, and has been, approved. IThe first election under it will be held in November' nesU ;It .provides for. a great reduction in the expense of the Government of the local affairs of this The bills to f...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 14 June 1856

U n- . :n ' ! : ; i i tb . lud t V9 L I 'a -is a t i u. I.. u ! v. Is. f iu '. D l r U J 3 ..i i f a V- .1 ; t hf i. ; or ' P- ; '; ?e l.e -8 cn i c o- J- - J : rs -r : is n. 'HE ADVERTISER. It. W. FURNAS, Editor. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 1353. S. II. Pakvix, .No. ' 63 Fourth street, between a'nut and Vine, Cincinnati." S. M.. Pe'itengiIx & Co. NcwoYork. ' . W. S. SwTiiurR, No. 43 Chestnut street, Saint xiuis. ' . ' . Are 'authorized Agntsto solicit Subscriptions and '-dvertiseinents for the Advertiser, aud" recieve and x-icpt for monies thereon. " " . With eur recent addition?, we now have the most xtensive Job OEice in this WesUrfn County, and re prepared to execute Job Work of every descnp n! in the neatest style, and on reasonable terms.-, . articular attention given to Blank and Card work: rin- purchased on of loner's latest Tf ird F'rcs?. Orders from a .distance will meet ih proiapt attention. "We sen J the firstNo. of our paper to artum r of our friends and acquaintance...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 14 June 1856

to pinners ITrvim tho P.nhntrw flA-ntlpmnn. THE EOESPEACH 0ECHAID3. . Messrs. Editors I wish to ask the Lest means, if there is any, for the ex- termmaxioii 01 iorers ui ux-t-s, auu mo inode of treatment to trees, that have been affected by them. Also what is best to plant in a peach orchard,' that is, what wouldbe apt to thrive the best, ndrnntnrrpnna to the trees. ' A. G.-r-AsJJand, Mass. " The borer, which' perforates the.wood, and in time makes it like honey-comb, killing the tree, may be destroyed hy punching it to death in its hole, with " f mall . flexible twigs. The peculiar crushing sound will show . when the insect is reached. "We have known many badly , affected trees restored in this wav. Thev must be', timely, and constantly watched.; "The price. of I iruii ireesj is tiuuai -uuvv. is 'said a mixture of a- pint of 'sulphur, a gallon of "soft soap, and enough tobacco-water, to soften k to the consistence of paint, will exclude the borer; , if ap- plied before it enter.. r...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 21 June 1856

o , . ,' I i " . : . ". - '' - - -j. :. " - - -. .fry e I s C C 0 O :).: ('.. r : ! . : - . v ; ffc I - : t ry 1 1 '-e AN. ; INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NEWSPAPERDEVOTED. TO :LTTEES ; , OF 1 GENERAL INTEREST TO THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE. BEOWMlIv NEMAHA GOIOT VOLUME I. NUMBER 3. 1 ) AM ! .' -.V. -' .t-,- n, A V. Ao I IN re h r7 -is. s f ? Ik. x., m Tl- " i"id ' fa i . ' t ,tT " k: f t r'f is. ks ' on lie I es ''o f V nd 'e- Ire t p- J 9 T et -IS ; n ad be or n- '9 en f of 3- , -'T Hcliraslia' is somro Ixb prBLisnxD rrrET battkdat t . W. FURNAS, t Eecoad Street, tet. Kala and Water, . ' (UVe'8 Block,) ." . ' DROWNVILLE, N. -f ' "mixrwis : ! f Foroneyear(inrariablj in advance),''- f2,00c. " ix months; - . " ' ' ". ! HATES OF ADVERTISING: ' . One square, ( 12 lines or less,) one insertion, ' 51,00 Each additional insertion, " 0,50 One ianare. one month 2,50 three montu. ... - - - ruu six months, 6 ' " ' 6,00 - u one year, ; o 10,00 "asinsis Cards of six lines or less one year, 5,00 jn Column, one ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 21 June 1856

. TX A A Aft i i rill h Old Patents in Danger. The bill tcccntly reported by the United States Senate committee on patents,' renews no patcnU that have ben in existence twenty rears.. The Colt, Wood worth, Goodvcar slid Haywood . patents will be excluded. Of course the bill will meet -with great opposition. A; Davenport (Iowa) 'paper states that some "of the women of the English Mormon colony, who passed, through that place the other day en route for Salt' Lake, deeply; repented of tneir rash stepi and would gladly go back to their deserted homes. r , -. .--, - - '4Irani?tfin," the late princely resid ence of Iarnum, together with the balance of his real estate in Bridge port, U about to be sold under the nammcr. How arc the mighty fallen! - Santa Anna, the ex-Dictator of Mexico, is living in great style at la baco, fo'ir miles from Carthagena, in Xcw Granada, South America, filets iaid to be worth four million dollars Grasshoppers are destroying, the citation 'about' Austin 'and ' ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 21 June 1856

THE ADVJ! IRTISEB II, W. rCRNAS, Editor. SATURDAY MOkNING, JUNE 211856. S II. TabtiS, No. f3 Fourth street, between Walnut snd Vine, Cincinnati . . - ' ' 8 M. Pettesgill & Co. ew York. . ; W. S. Swtmxeb, So. 43 Chestnut street, Saint Louis. ' ' ' . ..-' - V ' B. F: McLrxG, Troy, Ohio.' , I). II. H. Dabst, Tippecanoe, Ohio. . . . W C. J-lCNGXR, Covington, Ky. " '. , t. A..D. Kixk, Archer, ebrask, " ' H..W. PETEfc, Oregon,. Mo. . 7 . Dn.T.os" & IIhxk, Kockport, Mo. , .. Are authorized Agents to solicit Subscriptions and Advertisements for tka Advertiser, and reciev and retiept for monies thereon. . . ' . . : With ur recent additions, we now have the most fcxtensive Job Office in this Wtern Country, and are prepared to execute J b W ork of every descrip tion; in the neatest style, and on reasonable terms. Particular attention give?, to Blank and Card work: havin- ptsrehased one of .Foster's latest Improved Card Presses. Orders from a distance wiU meet with prompt attention. . W...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 21 June 1856

(iup;u1nmit: vu ; - -j From the Country Gentleman'.'"' notes riio:i leyi i$ vrtlett. . 'rr,,T . i , - . ofcod Jan., is published .some account . r". ' . 1 , . h. ' of ' rav experiments in the 'cultivation of the rape .plant". 1 am. doubtful ahout the-' fall soTvii plants surviving our Vvintcn?. If they -y 111 not, they cannot be profitably' grown here for the manu facture of oil from the seed.' But I thinlcth.c' plant is worthy of extensive cultivation, as rrrcen loracre lor cows . .'..during the usually dry autumns we experience' 1 shall sow the' seed this .year at diiTcrcnt times," say in May, rt June. and August. ... . -.' ; I jdaccd i:i my cellar last autumn; .some half a dozen of the stumps from ,. which the tops Lad been cut. They nrc iiowt in a flourishing condition, and probablv w-ill produce abundance of '. peed., fcut I think I ought to have ' . paved the perfect, or uncut plants for r'seed, than the stumps. . " - AVlXTERtllEAT IX NEW HAMPSHIRE. " -Oran and boy;' I have - ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 28 June 1856

r c - Ay Ay Ay AN: INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO MATTERS 0Ft, GENERAL INTEREST TO THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE. volume:i. BROWNVILLE, NEMAHA COUNTY, N. SATUEDAY, TONE 28, 1856. NUMBEE 4, ii Vi j . A' Air PHI mm - .m 13 EDITED AND ITBX.ISHED ETET EATCRDAY BY ' Rv W. .. F.URN AS, - Escead Street, liet Mala and -.'Water, ' (LakeVBIock,) . . ' .-.DRowyviLL y.- t. For one year (invariably in advance), $2,00 '. ; six months, . - '-. ' . '.' 150 - . J JiATES OF .ADVERTISING: .. One square(12 lines or less,) one Insertion Each additional insertion, One square, cue Inonth c .. . tire months, . u I Eix month?, . " cor.eyear, ' Business Car.l wt'-ix lines tr les's.ono year, One Culuftm,-tic v.ir, ' r One-half Cobttiiu, one" year, 'o.rth . . i eighth. " u v . . r Column, si months, " " .half Coiudp, six mcjnths, ".fourth eighth . ca u u Column, three msnths, " half Column, three months, fourth v 'ceighth . " A nnouncfne candidates for office, " . $1,00 (?,50 4,00 6,00 10,00 5,00 .00,00 35,0...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 28 June 1856

ft ill ill- Naval Intelligence. r-Tlie follow "in 2 arc -the ' oSccrs attached to the eloop-bf-vrar Plymouth, now at Annap ; " olisj she having hem permanently at-' Uched'to.thc Naval &hool in lieu' of ; .. . ".thcTrchle, practising-ship: Lieutenant ' "Ooxnmaadins, Robert AVyman ; ' ' -Lieutenant,' W. 'McGunneglc, Passed .. -.Assistant burgeon, Jolm.ard; Purser, ; . . K R Qjjr- Boatswain, Ilingertv; ," .Carpenter, Henry T.. Leslie. . . : ' ; " " . Bestphatiox or Poland: A corres . . . pendent of the. Nev York '-.Courier, . . writing from Paris say 3: I, resume my pen to announce to you .' a most gratifying piece of intelligence. . The Restoration of the. Jviugdom ..of Poland, rcsolvcd'upbn by the Czar, : "at the recommendation of Ilia-Majesty . ' 'Napoleon III., Emperor of the French. ; : -The joy whkh this intelligence, (which v I jathcr think you have exclusively) is . calculated to produce, is much lessen .. y ," .' cdby'the impression, suggested by all " . recent -accounts ....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 28 June 1856

k i J 1 i :L i! ir - it d it r ..V n d .11 re ! r 3. fl i 1 to tin h j. I" lot ri : '30 '50 JO ! 0 . , i t- j. fHE ABTJi iRTISEK R. V- FURNAS Editor. . , SATURlUY MOUSING, JUNE 23, 18i6. S. II. FaRVis, No? 68 Fourth street, between "ainuttnd Vine, Cincinnati.'. S. M. PfiTTExoiLL A Co. New' York. W. S. SwYauxu, No. 43 Client at street, Saint ;.ouis.- . ,. ..: B. F. McLrsc, Troy, Olio. Da. JL II. Darst, Tippooanoe, Oliio. . . W.. C MrsGER, Oovigton, Ky. . " . . A. I. KsaK, Archer, N tbraska. U. W I'ktkr, Oregon, Mo. , ' m . DILLON. 4 llaWK, liockport; Mo. . . Kiden 1 White, Nebraska City, N. T. Are authorized A -eat to solicit Subscriptiona and Advertisements for the Advertiser, and recievea&d racieptfor mouies tbcreou., With ur iwentiddiCona, we now have the 'most xtensivt Job Office ia this estern ouniry, u re prepared U execute Job Work "of every descrip onfin the neatest style, ariln reasonable terms. Improved will meet itith prompt attention. . . We send thcfijat No f our ape...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 28 June 1856

c c '" "'" Friaa thoc Valley Farmer.. , " ; 0 ' " HEDGE FENCES. -. .' c N. J. ColemanEsq. You promised me ac little space in 'your crowded col p rmhs for M;y. I have a few lines on o that" very nice ahd important process ofc cutting the Os.nge Orange Hedge WiQf.nl time after heing set and grow ing one year! Ascthere has been much , f fatal teaching and many fatal mistakes made in pruning and training these c- hedges I cheerfully' furnish the follow " ing itenx .of instructions, of immense t importance, and of the highest authori ty, and lsm glad it will he time for those who will heed it to. correct the mistakes of the present Spring. c One year from the" time of setting, cut all cdovrn even with the ground, below the buds into the yellow root. The object of this is to destroy the c tendency to one main stock1, and force the plant to stool at the. outset. If we leave oiily one or two buds we get . vonly as many shoots If we cut them c till off, the root will swell and send up a fine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 5 July 1856

0 1 " 1 , - ' 1 - ... V Ay S Ay- Ay Vsy V Ay ! I AN " INDEPENDENT . WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST TO THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE VOLUME I. BROWNVILLE, NEMAHA COUNTY, N. T., SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1856. NUMBER 5. :V,;:i;.-"':ir mi & I ' i ! I I U r AV , r-s rej-. i at ? ict. i i 1 ' a. '-Vet jU cW ' iSi. r its. -.per v. I ; .- .J5 IS EDITED AND PUBLISHED ETEST SATCEDIT BT R. WV' FTURNAS-, 'Second Street, .bet. Kaln .and Water. .' .. (Lake's Block,) ' . B R O V 1 1 LEt N. ; . - . : TEIIIVIS I . .- For ofie year invariably in. advance), - $2,00 " six months, . - . . - - 1,50 HATES OF ADVERTISING: . . One square, (12 lines or ks3,) OEe insertion, Each additional insertion, , One square, one month , . three months, - u m six months, " , one year, " . - Business Cards of sii lines or less on year. One Column, one year, " One-half .Column, one year, 5:1,03 0,50 2.50 lTGD ,00 10,00 5.00 6U.00 35.00 20,00 ourth eighth " " Column, six months, half Column, six months, fourt...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 5 July 1856

TETJUETJLL'S BILL. . Washington, June 9. Senate. The debate -was monopo-.-.lizcd by Douglass and Trumbull, and . . involved the principles of the Kansas . -Nebraska ' act. Trumbull explained 'that his only object of the bill was to extend the' Territorial Government of ' Nebraska over Kansas, and abolish the present government of the latter ..." . Territory, and the laws made by their . Legislature. He thought this propo . eition was worthy of some considera tion, as a state of; things- existed in .'Kansas which. all good men must de ' ' plorc 'He did not care about having ; th'e bill referred, as'that' would with ' ' . draw it from the 'Consideration of the . Senate. ' . . m : Mr- Douglas hoped hat , the bill . " " -.would be referred to the Committee on Territories, who would report on. it an .."'"early day. :It involved some grave questions, but h& was glad to see that ; the opponent's of the Nebraska Bill . were beginning to. acknowledge .the .principle of -that measure. The...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 5 July 1856

CHE :. ADVERTISER. IB. - W. . FURNAS, Editor.; SATURDAY MORNING, JULY . 5, 1858. g jj. Takhn, No 63 Fourth treet, between Jnutand Vin,.Ciclnnati. ' m . J1 l Pn-TTKXGILL 4 Co. NcwYdTk. ' .V. S. STXR, No, 43 Chestnut street, Saint 3. F. McLrsa, TrcT,T)hio. ' Dr. II. II. Darst, TippccahoefOhip; . . . S. C. Mckgsr, Covington, Kr.. . - . D. .KiRX, Archer, Nebraska. . A. W. Peter,-Oregon, Ma. . Dillon A Hawk, Uockport, Mo. " -, aides A White, Nebraska City, NVT; . . . : Are authorized Agents to. Solicit Sub&npt&ms and rcrtLsements for the Advertiser, nd redcre and lept fort monies' thereon. " Hth our recent additions we now hare e.mojt nsive Job Office in this Western Country, and -.remred to execute Job Work .of every descrip ' in the leatest styleand on reasonable term-.--kuUr attention given to DUat and Card, work: 2r purchased on of Foster's latest Improved i Orders'- from a distance wilt meet j prompt attention. .'THE rOUETH: . . t he" Fourth of July passed off in the har t m...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 5 July 1856

nrmcrs (Lcparfnicnt; . fFroin flic Valley-Farmer. rsTJir hsd rsTJH thees cf'the VEST- The following qommuni cation- from the KnoxrUk (III.) Journal, containing a condensed account of extensive ob servatipn on the effect of the . past winter on fruit. trees at the west, yrill be valuable to 'our readers. . Results have Varied with a variation of causes, 'but these, on the whole, do not greatly ;Hffer from the effects generally ob served throughout the west. The severe effects of the cold of last winter upon iniit ana lruit trees are without a parallel in the. history of this country.- During the most intense cold, the mercury sunk to about thirty de grces below the zero of Fahrenheit. The more tender varieties of fruits, as peaeh, nectarine; and ' apricot, are generally. killed to the ground. . " . Quince3 are generally killed. . The -more hardy varieties of fruit, as apple and pear, have suffered far less on high 1 UlUUt. AlAUVta tuwu VMw - - -" ' w eoil. . Young ti ses from Eastern...

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