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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 17 October 1861

r 5 . 1 i I J Ml IIP-" LJUH. JM.WJLILIB The War for the Uniou. BY TELEGRAPH! From Washington. THE CAES d OF TUG BERMUDA. 13 la Ir's Charges against Fremont. Gen. Wool W23 ofTersd Command .of the Western Division. INTERESTING FROM THE SOUTH . - - t- n-ari m w CAPITAL. Gen McKinslrr Follows to-day. - LATES J'EU'3 FROM SEE ALU. Price Still Z-Joviag ScuthwjrcL Itckl Dclacr.merit Ic:r Tip'.ou. GEN. ANDERSON TO BE RELIEVED. Tho British-Steamer tint Entered ." Savarm :h uh.it hcrG.rgo wur. COSBiTiGil OF TES TREASURY Thomas F. .K.cg.cr to he FicviclcJ. ' INTEP.LSTIXG FUG'I IIATTEHAS. RUMORS OF A BATTLE. Oar Army Occupying New Positions. Washikctcn, Oct. 7. The steamer Bermuda Irought to Sa vannah two Armstrong gu", carrying 1G3-pound shots; seventeen rifled cannon ready for instant use; twenty thousand blankets, MXty-five hundred Enfield nllts with 200,000 or oOO.OOO catridges, ISO LUs.. gunpowder, Lcsides article's men tioned last Lijrhl. She is a swift iruu ; plated steamer. Col. Blair's ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 17 October 1861

TflE ADVERTISER. BROWNVILLE, OCT. 17, SG1. JOY, COE & O. ' ' T, 'uiii)e KuiiJlJiKS, New York, end lirowa'slroi C5,L ' Iridium-. Pniladelpiiia. Earner and Advertiser. yi lTlir.lt & AUROTT, Si t LKSS-Ui'.S 1 2ti.L.l, I'nilcil Slates cr.d Ferula Nr.vsnipcr Advertising Agency, 333, BROADWAY, MAY YORK. ,1 ...;: f ir tie "N r I..; i K.A AUVhR. svl "NKBUAtCA 1 AllM Li: ." -xx-nii-'imiJrw 1 1 1 ii i " " P7 wv IT"" ff7ifTi .AGAINST TOE PeriCttlCalS. Is is now time those wishing the leading periodicals for next ye.ir were making up dubs. (iimrv fnr O.Mr.Lpr i lipfr.ro tie a rn. perb number, two juvenile engravings oPIFfipTY Tff 1IB PlPfl TO :d "Who'll ll'&UlUUZUU UU. THE FIRES OP FALL, By 1 Yiine, A. No. 1 Insurance, IN THE Iv'Ti-ir.iT T Aver;"; r. M. Ji'.. Mc-ms. cvJ dv A. "1 "IT, r.;u' A !'.. I ii :.(.', .'t;,.! :,:! r..'ii'i!i---i n Ai-e.:t. 5 OIupm. I,.;ii:, ,j ( ,ir j,, . 1 1' U:r i ;;. -iit i i t li.il r.iy, nod II ' y a re .1 'j,, ., re, eive a-jvi-riiM un is l-r 1..'U thoI...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 17 October 1861

I ON A VINES. MY Stock of native vines Pompriso all the verit .' ble varieties with vrhich I aui acquainted. The lants have been produced with great care, under the inoH favorable circumstancea for healthy dcvelep tDOultTid lurpass incxceUenrj any that I havebcro - tyfere been able to offer. For the fall trade, only a limited supply of Union Village Lenoir, ( Linooln,) I'au'.i ne, Elsingburg, Tay W (or Bullitt,) and Alien's Hybrid is offered. Of EfcEt Delaware layers, also, the supply is not large, but quality unequalod. The stack from Delaware, tingle eyes grown both in bonne and open air, ia large and fine. For vine yard planting Borne strong vinjs, grafted on Cataw ta and Isabella stocks, ore offered at a low jnice rooti very strong. . Very large hyersof Diana, ITerbeniont, and Con cordgroan with cfrecialcare for immediate bear ing. Good Is vers of Ann. Kogers' Hybrid, 12 kinds also Clara, (Widy, To Katun. Rebecca, Miller Iouifl, Lgao, Ewify, Canhy's Augu.t, liudV.u, II. Prolific...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 24 October 1861

jii ADVERTISER, rBUcE3 EVERY THURSDAT ET FUBNAS & LY ANNA, rcr-d tcryStricklcr'3 Elock, Maia Street, -.rfir.if pi in advance, - - - - $2 00 F-,!" f! .'. ,,id attbeen.iof 6 months 2 60 " V, . " " 12 3 00 ",. f i' or more will be furnisbed at $1 p per f ' ' ,'.'V"ifl tjc cash accompanies the order, not CVv If 1 1 Ay " LIBERTY A1TD UNIOIT, ONE AND INSEPERABLE, NOW AKD FOP.EVEK. THE ADVERTISER, nATSO Or ADVEKTIKXITOs . D9qa4r(101lneiorleis)oBClnifrtlcn, - 1 M Eich JJ.ttoD Unsertion, Ofn uue square, one month, ---'- - 3 ( ' Buslnasi Cardiff eixlineorlt fit i?ir, - 6 n one Column one year, - - - . .' j 6. Oce-fclf C"larnn cno Tesr - - - - tSU One r rrt'u Cjlomu one year, - . . S0.(9 Oueeifihta Cvlaran one year, - - - - - li u . One col awn six months, - 35 0 One half Column six montts , . - - 2n to One ftLr Cuiuran iix i3i."Ui - - - 10 K One eighth Column six xnocibs C Oue Colutna three months, - . ic.- I One half Oolama taree dontfcs. ----- u c-" i One fourth Column three montts, - -...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 24 October 1861

JIJ .. .1.1 I I ' ' .1 The War for the Union.' BY TELEGRAPH! From Washington. INTERESTING FROM THE CAIRO. . iVEW CATALni RESXMEXT. CONFISCATING PROPERTY OF LOYAL CITIZENS. ABIir GC33IP, FACTS AND nUiIOIi3. ' .Removing tlfrelr Portraits. WASHINGTON, Oct. 14. ' The condition of our luJian aftairs, ' With reference to the rebellion, justly at tracts much attention here. Commissioner Dale's late extended sojourn among the leading tribes north cf the Missouri, showed the chiefs still loyal, but evil in . fluences extensively at work among the people. A large rr.ail fror.i the Indian . country, received here yesterday from Gorernment agents, confirm this view in most points, but ures immediate action here in sending troops thither. Dr. Hurley, the aent- at the Vancton Sioux District, date of the 27th tilt., re- jyor a Sohlicriict t lit too old! ' ports the Indians there had become turbu-j .U5t ,urn oll. an.j slmmo these j lent, and uemauuea a council, the result of which was unsatisfactor...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 24 October 1861

- a. 'ir.kJuUAKURsn ULI..UJL.J JIMI. I TTpYERTISER. "ii ' i . a a r si filL' ' . . i v i i i : :n i . lML ' lv ; d all KlndA .. --,; j " A'.' .r.i::1.::'i-"' . l'.i it .; VrwYurk, and Brown's Irol iviU.iiili'hia. i..r;-' Avoids h jCr oW Advertiser. ABBOTT, 1', to II (i ELY )W AY, iNKW YORK. w' ..frtr-e "VERRA5K.A AUVER- KAA KAIUIKK and Ym'W .Newsier in St. IiOUi"". Kenr, (lenoral A'JVPIUMTIS. ... .ndlirE fc "' ....., to. 45 OliveSt. Louis. ...n.ri . '" .-.'. m "l ''pyr,,"- '"": ' '' -ti-o'meiiW for h..h the Adver- . .... - ACLST r0R THE ADVERTISFR AM) rM r. H SH E Y E.-q t ourregulr u i',,' ' 4,Pt f.r the Adrertiter and For- t . ,rr:y vi-u the Ea-tern cities lor iue ...rr.c advert iidnii paironnpe. He 1 , i M-act !! ue .ur cine lr. liisi- ni-el v.i:lo'.r jiublicjti- ns. i :i.' U f ''' ;nGS&KXVEIOPIiS V .. -!v.riis r" Office In? provided rfc-e Important from the Cherokee Na tion. Two men who arrired at Rolla on Sat uniay, report tliat about two weeks ago, Ros the Cherokee Chiefs ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 24 October 1861

THE ADVERTISER. gaOWtfVILLE, OCT. 21, 16G1. r' " .toy, roc & CO. AciN i ui;aiA:u.s in ' s niu! "rriniins Material ol .'ill Kind, ;;'P,t t. i .-up r.tiiMiiiP, VewTurk, aad Browu'alrui - if:;:-' .nm-.i. 'ri-. ihey "r '1?'"n70'1 X'tb J'.irmcr and rhlvcriiscr. MATIIKR & AKXIOTT, M (XK.SSOP.S TO II i ELY. Ty.f Siatcs ar.d Forri;n Newspaper Advertising Agency, ; A littOADW AV, NEW YORK. KrtZwl frrn Tor i f!f .-n t. iirt.jmv n mi. iv Important from the Cherokee Na tion. Two men who arrived at Roila on Sat urday, report lli.it ahout two weeks ago, Ross the Cherokee Chief, had called 8,000 Cherofcees about him, and declared for the Union, Re.-.d, r.n influential half breed and a secessionists, had raised the standard of revolf, ar.d had had a skirmish 1 near Talaq'ia with Ross s body guard. Ross was victorious. This information is in conflict with recent reports that Ross and the whole Nation had declared for secession, but we arc assured by one of the government scouts, now in the c...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 24 October 1861

""10 N A VINES. MY 'Stock of native vine.'' comprise nil tlie Trit .bWVarieties with which I am attainted. Ths . lahtf have been produced with greatcare, under the lujt favorable eircum.Uner? for healthy den iop-fti-rnV,aiid surpass in excellency any that I bavebere tf f.itv rwen nbli tii filT-T. ' FortbTaH trn-1e, only a limited supply of I'nion Viilagp, Lenoir, ( Lincoln,) Pan tin', KiMr'jrg, Tny 1oT t'nr L'jIlitt.Vand Allen' Hybrid i ;2crd. Of .bc.t IMaware layers, aho, tho ruppijri Bvt large, but nalify uie ;'!!!; ,1. The frtick fii.lfl.iw;ire, flngle -yr grr-. n ' t in liouse n3 t.tca air, i !,ir"e an! fin p. For vii-u- jTiTJ.TffrTTn.X' F-'ifla'Mr.-r..-; rti'.as, grafted a Cataw ba and Isabella stock?, arc u.rend at a low price rrxli very etn.pg. Very largo layer? of Diana, Ilerbcmnnt, and Cnn- a " L t r. - : 1 : . ; rt 1 log. Good layers r.f Anna, Hirers' Hybrid, 12 kind? b-o Clara, Ca?iJy, To Kal.n, lUbeccn, Miller's Louisa, Jogari, Emily, Canby'a August, Hudson, H. "Prolific...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 31 October 1861

TUB ADVERTISER, PUBLISHED KVERr THURSDAY ET FURNAS & LYANNA, ' ctd Story Strickler'a Block, Main Street, ISROIVXTILM, X. T. TERMS:. kroner"',' ptdlutvnee, - - - - $2 00 . " if pidttheenIol6month 2 60 (. .,1,8 0f 12 or more will be furnished at $1 60 per i Y . i f Ay 1" Is I THE ADVERTISER, " LIBERTY" AND UNION, ONE AND IITSEP SUABLE, 17077 AND FOREVER. ji-a.t no op viDvrrrTi-jz;: noqTirf (louaesorlsisjjceiaiertiss, -Ecb ad iuioaalinsertica, ....... Ceo s,5-we, oca uivuti, ..... . . Oae Column one year, ........ ODO-half Culnmii ce rur One rouri'u Column one year, .... 0iieeiL'2i Column one year) ..... Oaeeoiuiunai montbl, . . .... One half Colstna tix moatla , . . . . OaefonrthC.!i5iunilxmoD;:i - . . . One eichsh Colamn six ci.tr.ths One Winn tbree mouihi, ... On? half Co! amn three montM, . . . . 0:ie fourfi t'olunia three uion'.r.i, .... Oaeoii;nthCoinmnthreecion:h$, - . . . .aaaciascaUiJate5forcC-e(JajTaace,. i 0 5. 2 (4 6 Co C) It S3 0 s o 13 d' w II r 13 O ) - i W VOL: VI. ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 31 October 1861

The War for. the Union.- 33 Y TELEGRAPH! CHEAT BATTLi: AT FREDERICK TOWN. JKF. THOMPSON'S AR . M Y ROUTED. R E B E L L'J S S HEAVY. OUR LOSS SMALL. FOUR GUNS TAKEN. LOWE, REBEL. LEADER, KILLED. MA J. GAVITT AND CAPT. IIY- MAN KILLED THE ENEMY ' IN FULL RETREAT. FEDERAL ' FORCES IN rURSUIT. A BAT TLE IN KENTUCKY A DAY -OF ' SKIRMISHIMG. COLONEL BAKER FALLS AT TOE HEAD .. OF HIS BRIGADE. . ... Tmm tie St. Louis RcrnelL-an. The following dispatch has just been received. at Headquarters in 'his city: Field of Battle, ) . ' Frcdcricklown, Oct. 22, 1SG1. $ An connection with Cul. riurnmcr's command, we have routed the rebels .'under the csnimand cf Thompson and .Loe, estimated at five thousand men. Their 16s3 was heavy: ours small, anJ confined, principally to the Firt Indiana . Cavalry. We captured four heavy puns. ." Lowe, the rebel leader, was killed. Maj. . Gavin - and Captain Ilyman, Indiana Cavalry,' were killed in a charge on a . .tatter)'. , ' 'As stated by our correspondent in ye...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 31 October 1861

TflE iVDVERTISER. Qyy'li.LE, OCT. 31, ISC1. "iTo Q -A. L. " "jOV; cob & c. si'iiTrintir?; JMaR-rial of all Kind., :T .., r i.t.iMinu's, New Yttk. arid Br.iwu's Iroi l. ''T: i'.,-,,..i'u-, l'l ila.lrlphia. frei;Uiri7cJ Aleuts for tht y,:nn(r and Jldcirtiacr. i Tin: ft & A KROTT, ' .m ( K.SOliS TO JI i ELY, ::itc.s ?.!J:1 Foivfen Newspaper " Advertising: Agency, JJROADWAY, NEW YORK. ! .-i-en! f'T The "XflUP ASKA A DVKIi ..SKKMA.KA FA TIMER." " -;r.T A fronts in Rt. Louis. .M, A'"'. Iri .Mniurt, ticnernl Ailvprti-in?, 11 ' - ; -): Asciita, 45 Olive St. Louis, ; ii t ! :t city. bh. thtynreau- ;, r'. 'l. ::! C iilf-ct t-KJs f.T the r3!liC . -o Ar.nvT ion The Auvehtiser Akd vf.K IlAnvcv, E-q. is ourrojruUr au- . . I. nut f ..f ' tin Arl.',. ..A v.. y,t f!;- rtly 'Vi-it the Jlsytc'rn cities for the r1:i !i'Jvevtiinp ritr.diHpe. lie is Atlantic Monllllj-, for November, we have received. Have Dot had time lo rcruse it closely. The following: table of contents indicate an interesting ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 31 October 1861

FRUIT Si ORNAMENTAL TREES, AM) Snail Fruits Cultivated and for Sale AT THE 01 TVF RRANCH NURSERY . Sixteen miles east oj Ltncinnali, CLEKMONT COUNTY, OHIO 100,000 APPLE TEEES 5 TO 7 FEET HIGH. leading sorts at $o0.00 per M., regularly assorted to the trade : rejected, $10.00 per hundred retail. JYwlsc?. $12.00 per hundred, reUil. l'luuis, 40 cent each, retail. Cherries, 2S i-cnis each, retail. Quinces 25 cents each, retail. Gooseberries 75 cents per dot., Houghton SeeJl'g J eitr trees, 4U cents each, nVandard. . I'ear tree?, 30 cents each. Dwarf. Ulackberries, 1.00 per doien, Lawton. Strawberries, 2 per If. Rhubarb, $10,00 per hundred, Linnscus. The above named treee are now growing upon our own grounds, and we consider them very fine, The proprietor's attention hu been given fur the lart lijteen years alinot entirely to the propngation ol V'urf cries, the cultivating and marketing of Fruits : and during this time, have made it a business to VUimt Hum tuiKb IV'IICVI ouuivvo i.iiki. ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 7 November 1861

' 5 . tub ADVERTISER, p-bUSIIKD EVERT TITCRSDAT BT . fOENAS & LYANNA, KOTTTiLC, 3f." T. TERMS:' .fMf if piiilin lrsnce, - - $2 00 tf, t' ,t pattbeenduf 6munlhs 2 60 ; " " " " 12 ' 3 00 ". ,f 12 nr mirf will fnrnNbrd at $1 60 per f: '..,-i'ieJ tliecsih jcconipinics the order, uot N -MS n " qVx Ay y Ay Ay ly ii " LIBERT Y AIID UNION, ONE AI7D INSEPEHABLE, ITOW AND FOREVER - VOL. VI. , ' l--mz-zz- 3 THE ADVERTISER, TlA.r BSOP ADVSSTlSIMOi iaeqnrt(lOUBePorle)onei ntertus , - CJI Kach adilitionaJinsertlon, o fe Oas sQaare, ooa moath, -.-.. (4 Easiness Cards or siilineior less ,oa syesr, too one Ccluniii one year, -.....&),) One-half Column oneyesr ' - - - - W Co Oue fourth Column one rear. - . . . . r. One eUhth Column one year, no Oue column six months. mo One hjlf Column six montH , S3 M One foarth Column six mocCl 13 09 One eighth Column six nmcithi C4 One Colomn three month. ... in Oae hslf Column three tnonthi, . 04 one fourth Coiamn three mouths, - 13 CO Oaeeifhth Column th...

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 November 1861

:TEe" W ar for "(lie Union. BY TELEGRAPH! RErOIIT5TKO:.I WASHINGTON. GENT. FCOTT AJiOUT TO RETIRE . FROM HIS HANK AND IOSI-'-TJON IIIS UNSETTLED AC COUNT WITH THE WAR DE " PARTMEXT ANOTHER SEN SATION RETORT ABOUT THE REMOVAL OF FREMONT. Washington, Oct - General Scott will voluntariaily retire from his rank and duties within the next ten days, solely on account of his physi cal inhrniaties. The recent act of Con gress provided there sho-:IJ he no reduc tion in his pay. substance or allowances in the ercut of his wkLdiavrrJ. It is well known Gen. Scott has had an unsettled account witn the War Department since the Mexican war. Secretary Cameron has recently piven examination of his claims, now thirteen years old.' Jeff Davis's malignity brought him in debt on account of his expenditures and receipts in Mexico, rI so far as the Secretary's report could do it, discredited him as a financial aent of the govern ment. Mr. Cameron has reported that Gen. Scott was not only entitled to the m...

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 November 1861

THEAPVKRTISER. ' jjROWNVILLE, NOV. 7. S61. Tj oca l. i ft v.- roc &. co. ND DliALiSKai IN . . Trk- aid J'riflttns Material ol all Kinch 1 ' TriljUD Bui Wines, Now Tork, nl Brown' Iroi 0Sce'" jBuiWinw. ruiadelphia. ,,Tkfv rcoihorlxed Aleuts for the farmer and Advertiser. VlTISCK & AIIItOTT, jyed Slates and Forrin Newspaper "Advertising Agency, rw BROADWAY, NEW YORK. .Lmed acenta for tbe "NEBRASKA ADVLR I5Er"; Vl ' NEBRASKA FARMER " "Trtisire Aper-ts in Ht. Louis. Messrs. A d D V O'UuKOGHCU, General Advertihin?, SI uhcanJC-mmi-M-.n A-uti, 46 Olivet. Louin, 'fnr .crrediicd apentsin th.it city. and they are au dd t receive advertisement for b.:b tbeAdPer U,V' uj fariarr, and collect LIU for the wme. Tvri.i Aolst ron Tun advertiser Asd BMrB WM.K II A b vet , K-i- i ourrcaular au thorized travels Agent f;r the Adrtrtuer and Far nc will Shortly visit ,be E,if'tern cities for the urivse if pruruis adverti-in;; patronape. lie is (Bi'y tTi'.hTiiM to contrast olid e cur name in busi es...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 7 November 1861

"Wfl i F3-J1T & t3?.?JA?.!ENTAL TREES, and ' SziV FiLts Ciitivntcd and fa S:fe IT TI! r" T If i ' OLIVE BRANCH HUES Six (ten miles cast of Cinci:nuii GLT,rz.:o:iT cou:;ty, oino .1DD,CC3 ATI-IT THUS 5 13 7 iLII HIGH. .IaJir'fc.rtret S'O.OO p.-rM., regularly as rUd tc h trad-i : rt-IittcJ. til). CO j-.tr hucdrcd retail. TcaiUf.SlS.OHpur buudrcd, reUU. J luu , ! ecr.U e, h, rttiu. C';itrric. 25 cents ca.-h, retail. (Juifjcs. 23 cnta each, retail. Oooteberricf, 75 cr.tj per d. z.t TTnnbtoa SccJI' 1 far tree, 'J ccats e.ioli. h Und.ird. ' J'cnr trees, 10 cent each. Dwar'. TIcHe rrics, T .0(1 er d,ren, Liwton. . S.:rawbrrri'i, 2 pfr M. - !;bobrh,iI0,03 per han'lrrd, Linrirui. .Tbo above named trees are row ro;wn;; rrn nr cw DjrrourKl, nJ we C'ri.l',r t'uem vor i.e. The tnprict r's attention baa been Riven fix tbo last fdUcn yen ri alrno-.t entirely to tbo Trepanation ci Kur?ere, the cultivating an 1 iuarketin.r of Fruits: d doriu;: this lir-ie. h.ivo wide it ft business to rollect the...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 14 November 1861

4 tjijj ADVERTISER, prBLlSffD EVKBT THURSDAY BY jtJRNAS & LYANNA, 60Bd story Stickler's Block, Main Street, 1" E R Is-X S"r tf paid in advance, - - - - $2 00 foron"1, ij.tujpendof 6 montha 2 60 - " " " 12 S 00 " " f U or more will be fnmiKbed at $1 60 per Ci nJed tbeciuli accumpmiei tlie order. Lot 4''-"' if Ay ' filths r! Ay Ay Ayvy Ay "LIBERTY Aim UIHOIT, ONE AND INSEPERABLE, HOW AITD FOREVER. THE ADVERTISER, 33S Or ADVERTISINOt Oaeaqtiart(10Unaorlei)inalaertlin, - tell Ooe iquare, one month, ....... gee Buiaen Curds of sUUaesor lesi pa yar, ict one Column one year, eo to One-half Column one rear .... x.5 eo One i'-nrth Colnrnn on r on n. Oneei&hth Column one rear! ..... in. One column six month, - . - - - - ti O One hair Column in tnont.- . . . sji m One foartb Column tlx raonta .... 10 09 One eizhth Cclnmn i x mrmrh fvi One Column three months, ... ca One half Column thrp month. . . i ft One fourth Column three monthi, .... 19 CO OaeeiKhth Column thre months - oi aa-aaci...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 14 November 1861

H i ; 5 -: ; i The War for tiie Union. BY TELEGRAPH! C'r-n Vr" SvT " A, y.ica from Lis cemmauu. JMMWW(W (WW ww .. . """"" HE TAKES LEAVE OF THE AR myhis farewell address to ee in st. louis to-night tiie rebel army largely reinfcrced prospects ok a fight ijeiiayior or the 'TROOPS ON THE NEWS OF Til EI B GENERAL'S REMOVAL. .SrRiKGriiiLi), Mo., Nov. 2. l "f finny passed tLrrt ira N'c-Lg on WediO:day. and is r:'' u' :y at t:j"5" to.i'av. We have no informal mn as . yrt as to Lis increments aiter rescuing " there. MeCuhoeVs fcrct or at hast a portion of it, is at Crane Cretk, 'J miles houthwfit: fro:a this fo:nt. Tue .r.ct fcree -is not as yet ascrriained. It iz n.ovirz' fdowly towards us. It i; cot kn?wn whether McCulloch is with this band. Gene. Lane's and Sturgi&'s eannnand arrived here last night aftca a forced xmuch cf thirty-livo miles. Gen. Mc Kii.try rucampod at Ibj-livar hit night and t;.ti,JJ It Lore this evening or in the .morning. Gcncrhl' Fremont received this fore- ; r....

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 November 1861

: I NOV. I I. 1501 riCiP .' ;i:.:rra.oei:.--It-v. Y, M:;'v; mm ! ' j T:;-;-u;'y r.-:uv riCM,:it 7.Alcc'c. ! p.'-lic arc iiiv.u J t j a:L;; J. J I V;'' v T-. " JtiTi'ifrv3't " Pr.tAcixiNn--TI.cro WiK le j-n-ai:.- ui'-i! K?ru! !in ike Prlytcnan Ciiurch, ia this city, i-.-''-- I i "i Iri" j next Satl ath at 10 1-2 A. M., an-1 7 P. '"'J ;,-'! .-a j M., Ly Rev. II. II. DjLLins. A -'neral "-' M;i-'.i;:f;.,.":':r ; prayer meeting on Monday, at 7 P. M. '-'iir1 & i Preaching Wednesday, Ti.uff.day, an.l , urHi-F.;n!.I X.WSp.iper l-y, "t7 P- and on Saturday at ...... A'rrfjrfv 2 1-2 P. AI., ly the satno. The pal lie j-: , a l.VAV, :a;V YORK. are cordially mvited to ;ul thec meeting. -.. - . t i ,v, . ,'. - ' -.'1 i'ivcr:..ini: " i'-Jlil illsl ... , IS. Hi i.t fV . . ! r ! i'.u t, (' - I i tit'.:.- s.i:il- Danc e a.t Den's. Hall, Friday evening, "Vo lirownviiio f-!k o ;Vt Ton .ut to-r.i,rLr. h',i t Tf-it : if,t not I ..-Ii-l.l, Can't v i , in' t iii,hi, Ad u .: tc, by, ly t- L:-!.t. -; A N-...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 14 November 1861

GREAT IMPROVEMENTS IN EMPIRE SHUTTLE MACHINE. Patented February 14th, 18G0 every description of material. i. Disagreeable noise while in operation. Salesroom, , 510 Broadway, . , N.KW YORK. This Machine is constructed on an entirely new principle of machinery, posting many rare and val uable improvements, having been examined by the most profound expert, and pronounced to be SIM PLICITY and PERFECTION COMBINED. The following are the principal objections urged against Sewing Machine . I. Excessive fatiirue to Incapacity to sew the operator. 2. Liability to get oat of . order. 3. Expense, trouble and loss of time in repairing. The Empire Sewing Machine is Exempt from all these objections. . it hns ffraigbt r.ed!e perpendicular action makes tb LOCK or SIIUTTLE STIC1I, which will NKIT!Ii:ii KIP nor RAVEL, and is alike on both idci ; perform perfect sewing on every description of nuUriiil, fromLeather to tne cnesi ansoon jius liu, with cotton, linen or silk thread,from the cor est to the...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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