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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 21 November 1861

THE ADVERTISER, PUBLISUEU EVERT TIICRSDAT ET ' FURNAS & LI? ANNA, Bcond Story Strickler's Elocfc, Main Street, nnowxviLLE, x. t. .TonC-far.f paid in advine, - - - - $2 00 , , if pid attbe endof 6 months 2 60 . ' ' " i2 " 3 00 rinbs f 12 or wore wi" 1,6 'nrnififlPd at $1 60 per ennrn, provideJ ttiecasli accompanies the order, uot lierwi!-- I! N O 5t i . . . ,. . . . ' "LIBERTY AITD UTTIOIT, ONE AITD INSUPERABLE, HOW AND FOREVER." r V Ay Ay THE : ADVERTISER. VOL. VI. RATES OP ADVEHTISH-: jOuesrtusr?(l0Uneorles8)iDfl ceitice, - i nacn aau.i.ona : insertion, i one r,u.j'e. ore woata. ....... Hasi. ie Card? of six I id e? or les ou rear, -i oce C'-itmin t-ne year, .. '. One-Li! i Co! uu.is i.re year - . . . i One f oartb Coluaji one year, . - . 1 Oueeichth C-.'lnaia "ne yeic, ..... I Onec'ilniunsix m nth. . - - . . One naif C-ilunjn six moctti .... One fourth Column dix M.titi - . - "-. One e::h;i Cclama six nnjuths One C;ln-i3 tare? cK.ir.tj, ... One half Colnain tLree nionttu, - . ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 21 November 1861

ri lie War for the Union. BY TELEGRAPH! ' " Tnta Frili j Morning's Bulletin. PARTICULARS FROM Cl'R FLEET. SIGNAL VICTORY BEAUFORT IN OUR POSSESSION FIFTY EiVE CANNON. COO MUSKETS, AM) IMMENSE STORES CAP-TURED-A DESCRIPTION OF 1 ORT ROY AY AND BEAUFORT. OuiNCY, NOV. 14. 'Cart. Suadmnn arrived at Washington Ot- Iint.n, bringing GKpaitUfs. ui .rxnedmon Ho is learer of two Naval rebel fh .cne Palmetto, aaJ the American ,'Sr Grt hm-A in South Carolina ever Ei" Walker. Copt- St'admau reports that the cap tured forts are magnificent earth covered ways and bomb proof, and that ail our tro-ps had to do was n occupy them. They can be held against any opposing force. Among "ll.e most ffacicnt vessels were found to te the tew ? -Jii h ats, of which the Navy Department had'J3 constructed expressly for such purposes; and their Miccf .-.s loth hi the gale and under the fire, was perfect. Commander Dayton cf the Pocahontas, is the brother of Gen. Dayton, who com manded the rebel force. Capt. Steadm...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 21 November 1861

St a. 11 I ,TT ; j T jj ) rj 11 J) Cam. A. U Mattiiuv of this cny. i; - i.-yiJii. v.l.o j,a? led) recruiting a (on.j-ariy oi t til"'- . our r r. o . r-'i!- ''iir C-r! 1M if fr?iT n the air! fvhiT -T ". VI ill lii' ir .'r:ivc, "'; . :,.-:ivl ,',"' cu! i strike, tUy LaJ ?ouls .1. ;rf' n.s i7crc n; t burn t l sl.ivc! tl n! tanner! whrre'cr it m iy call, ..... ... ,.i..ns Mia. ,.f J .-?;; a that r.fin rut eh -Til f:!l i " " HurJ Times. 1:'V 1)'. v r was a time1 according to f ,r Tincc ulifii pt-f-j-1 did not cuin ; p,n oi -l.irJ uin-.-.". Sme years we 'in r-n-.il J';l of l'.l-JMOrS t Collt'Cl IIICT i. j 1 41 1 ; ri j ilt r-isiam . cry a I ways was '-Lard ,...' Evii in 1537. when "limes" I r.vr.; '"flu;-!." than th y l.aJ over le j f re n V"'u d Slate?, th re wa i uaa fiom 3 certain .portion of comtnu-r;-r a uiii.li irnmillinqr as evt-r about ihi j. rrr-l cn-va:.ce. Willi many people t, y market is alyay tight, and i . i ..I -,? " "I'.ili'.'s iiiwaja luiu. We da noi mean to arcue that ha...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 21 November 1861

GREAT IMPROVEMENTS IN EMPIRE SHUTTLE MACHINE. Patented Fcbrn-wy 14 tb. 1CCO f vtrry (ieiiriif ion of nitlriHi. DisagrtesU3 r."ic; wLiie in operation. Salesroom. 510 Broadway. . NI'W YORK. . , 'This iaeb.ino i construe? i u an entreiy new principle cf liif-hincry, poking Kirj mro niid val uable improvement, I . i r rr IV ca txa:.iit.od by the Iho.t profound expert, c pr..nou;.ee.i :o oe .i.i 1'LICIl V auu PEKKECTION CO.'drlXEL. The follow icg tr-a the j!iinc'jnl o'ojec ti,r.3 urged again-t Sewicg Machi:i:.s . J. Exo:ue futigue to 4. In-pr"itr to sew Ibe fiTivrutur. 2. Liability to get out of cr'Jtr. S . -E i ; n t r- ubl c a r. d i- fftiu'j in rt-pair- The Empire Sewing Midline is Excm;-t jt hi? a ftr'.ght r.eodle t'-i7-rdicular S'-tion - make th-J.'u;; or f fiiti, iriiiii wui Mt-Ii'ilEH RIP r.( r IIAVK'L, ai d is ulihe on both iJ.- : ':; if n.'S T'f f ;V : t sewing ca every de??ri ti'.n t.f tcav ria!, fr.-toLtniLcr to thefiiest jnyu k Mau ri a, . wi'h c 't-on, linen or silk threh.l,...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 28 November 1861

ADVERTISER, j 'rzlUSTW EVEBT inrESDAT BT I .Mq LVANNA & FISHER, I t StricUer'a Block, Uain Street, unoirxTiLM, W. T. if Miilinadrtnce, - - - tn- i' if piJller"ul"'",("" $ CO 2 60 X 00 y .A vyAy Ay if ri . ... Illi t I II ! I ! i AkP Ay Ay JyHy Ay x . - " " io or more will be furnUhed at $1 60 per r-Wi. tecash accompanies the order, sot " LIBERTY AND UNION, ONE AND INSEPERAELE, NOW AND FOREVER. THE ADVERTISER, TWITES O? ADVEKTZSIIJOi Oae square (10 Une or ie)oaeiCirtlt a, 4j Sica additional insertion, ----- 0 Ft . One square, oca cocti, - -- 3 19 3ast!ieiCirJsof sixliaeiorle4iayer, ft Cj OneColaaia oae jear, - - - - - - J 13 Oce-baif Column oce year - - - 3 C Oue fourth Column one year, 2 ) c-$ One eiphth Column one year, . 10 Onecolumasix months, - - 0 Oue half Column six moDtM - 30 M One fourth ColTitcn six a-nti - 10 C One euhth Column six binutaa CJ One Column three months, - - , to Onehalf Coin!nnttreenuatl.s, - - - IS W One fourth Column tUree uiotiihs, - - - 10 04 Oneeisti...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 28 November 1861

The War for the "Union." BY TELEGRAPH! Pre as TLu'-kvr Mv:i..r., JV.ktis j " Feat? Morr.CF. Nov. 10. "FtintTs Tiho 1.? I-hnd er.d Tctbugr? T -i rrj from Kv West en FriJov. No news. S p :i u ' j i r ; i expected f ro ::i Hat- ! tras to-mrrrcw. Tnree gun boats ar Tivcd ca rc-tite for HaAeras to-dry. . S i UL sntaao, N.,v. 19. . All the trmp c-yrcn; two Regiments left 'Newtown yeste-rday fcr Dixie. A messenger nni.a with nag of truce, and commarkates to Gr.n. Lack wood that . , ....n-.-- 71 ' agg ? ly .he I'.Wcm,. 3; ; g eggA' . A'AeA fe -g ea ee run,,, bmr to, ijl;v0 kttors. ' Ho s to bo enr!: cf cf nJiduo3 for Lehttue !,,ner,.-, cr A,-, -.Vt,. .Moty.t.yc.xicty tM.e.-i '-J- I . , qa9rem l.y ! ; Co;:hcil. y,-,,, UcUrt writes rv-J i IIor. v, II. Tbr , caudate Uttr,utf "O i Akk A' ;-:;V;. bAir m et- -OMaaa.i,-;C;ap.g.:,v:y nehoafaKhf.l.r.JacerA p re . , S:;.e - ,: , i , , , ,,-,vr-,.vM,T!-o yere charges i u. L. a . i , vtma -eu-oi io n.u lt:l'cl i mtere?ls on unpatf .t. L.oau anas , ta.....

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 November 1861

1 --.STJK-'5"' -01.: ADVERTISER. r-O'VNViJ.U:. NOV: 2S, tSGl. .soy. cos: co. -.I s fi .Mu'TKil flf 1:11 JiH(l t : r,-, Yak r.rd ):roo'i Ire) ' 'y ,ncr cmi.I Advertiser, tv- S; -i't-."? Foreign Newspaper Tjiaxecgivi.vg. There will Unicn services cf the various dcnorr.ir.atbns in this city, held in the Presbyterian church at 10 1 2 o'clock to-day; Thursday, the clay m apart by the Governor as a of Th-tnhsgivinj. The afTiicted ccn dnion of tie country certainly demands a universal cbaervance of the cay. It js h-;cd business houses will be closed, usual avocations suspended, and all attend he house cf Gad, where prayer arid supplication is wont to be made. A" . t Pcst Orrici: Notice. To-day, Thurs- S:,!KDVAV, In i: W YORK. Jay, bein th day set apart Iv tl p J Governor, as a day of TLaiAgiv;n:: and prayer, the pcst ollicc in this ciiy will be cloicd, except an hour immediately after the arrival r.f the Eastern mail. J. D. N. THOMPSON, P. M. ,.. r.'.l a "NK ASE.A AiiVES- f. !' x.v r A H M...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 28 November 1861

THE. - ADVERTISER. EliolYNYII.LE. KOV. 2S, 1SC1. : X, O C A L . -awl Printing Maicr;al ot all AindA d!? Tribune BnlMtHk. New York, and Brown's lroi BuilsJitins. Pfcilaneprita. They are authorized Agnus fur tne farmer and Advertiser. 5X7lICR '& ABKOTT, . a cnpr.nnas- TO II G ELY, United Suits and Fcrrign Newspaper BROADWAY, NEW YORK. . . 0'.: 1 irpi.t!. f.irtne "XEBKAStA ADVER- N tliRAStA FARMbR St. Louis. ilcsfrs. JFEw, '(4uilC,.m..l.ouA?euU, 45 Ol veit. Loan, Coiiet.iivu euUinthat city, end Vlieyreu- r'ierUM,ents for both tbeldrr- I Itiuso Acrst fob The Advektisek Akd TABMiR-VVJt.E IIakvet , Esq. U our regular an f Lrued traveling Agent for the Aitxrurr and Far j wfr. He Will shortly -vteit the Eastern citie. for the 1 ptfrpoae of procuring -.dyertUlwt p.tronase. He U Ji, authorized to contract and use cur name in W ! tMi UMtttwn connected Uh our publication. . I FuG&ENVE 'n, " Advertiser" Office has provided itself with Flag cuts, and also, those for ! wjn'iin'.r mrlmw kin...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 28 November 1861

t 1 I "GREAT IMPROVEilENTS IN i3iU s i nil III i iuij . . ELIPIB.E SHUTTLE MACHINE. rented Tttruarr Uli. LZCO - Salesroom, 510 Broad wa ; NEW YORK. . , This La.--h.n;j coasirai-tca oa aa cr.treiy new ' fnueijie cf machinery, p-'!: EifiT rare ar.i val iiab'a improvements, l.avirg t-ta exa rained by the rnost profound ex-ert'. .:d T.n.ncu r :e i t. b3 SIM PLICITY iti PEiUECIION COMI.iXED. The f.ion iat are the pi iac.pil objection nrei 'asiuet Sewirg llacLiue. L rxieiiive fui'ue to j 4. Irr-ty 1o few the operator. . 2. Liability t-3 get oat cf crier. L-Expense, trouble and lobk of iiiae ia reair- every aesenptijn o: nxtt.-ri.il. 5. Li-3crreal!e noise hi.s a operation. Its Empire Seeing XacLe ii Exccrt : . all tleie ctyclicss. Tt ta ftra'jrht reed'e r-enwrdiealar action tasVe the LOCK or Sill'TILc. STICJI. which will Elr nor RAVEL, and ia alike on both t'des; p-rfortrs TfTfect sewinjr.n every description .f ciaieri&l, froxLtathcr to tie acst Nansock ilus Ln. with entfon, iiacn or a...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 5 December 1861

THE ADVERTISER, prBLISHKD ETEUT TUCESDAT BT ITRNAS, LYaNNA &. FISHER, gjor.4 story Strickler Block, Main Street, BBOTFNVILiIC. X. T, $2 00 -..vr if in dTince, ' . if nid tthendof 6 month! 2 60 "u tt .. . " IS 8 00 s of 12 or Tiinre will be furnished t $1 60 per C " n'ok-ided- ibecb ccinpnlei tli order, not 03ir.ii v ,-j,er"- OtfV ,:lf K i V I vnr i i n LA sJ A! ' - I V NY, pV ii ' M ! 1 i h ii ! il7 i t Ay A Ay A 'Ay Ay " LIBERTY AIID TJIIIOTT, OIJB AIHJ HISEPERABLE, IIOV7 AHD FOREVER. THE ADVERTISER, 'O.ie s j ,t re ( 1 -3 1 1 r o r 1 e .-t o n t i q ser l . b , - tl) K jcU aiJi". ijiii;aji'rt:vD, ------ Of : Cue square, Di-aift, - - - - - - - (f I one Colmr.a one year, e i fc j One-half Cvlnn.a oce7ear . . 3 l i One for.rtii Coinma one yer, - - -'& , Oneeisbi'u Culomn ne year, ... - - I Oneeoliuiui-Uj months, - - - - - 0' I Oue h!f Ci'lnma sis utontl; - - - O ! Oue fourth Co'-. rua six niotv.a . . . . ij u 1 One eititi Column ix tjm.tif -v 4 Otie Column three niuatfcs. - -...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 5 December 1861

TIio War for (lie Union. BY TELEGRAPH! spy in for Frta Thursdaj' iljra;ng' Bulletin. IIallifax, 27. The Steamer Canada from Liverpool, arrived to-day. Sir Jemes Ferguson publishes a lettev rxpr.auraiy denying lie acted as a Am'Tiea, neither interfered. M. Fculd's financial programme France was satisfactory. . The London Duly News has editorials rebuking' Southern sympathizers Ki Eng IsrrrrynEcr, 27. Souls of Capt. Greagory's Company rent cat from Col Anthony's command on lhe eld Lexington road, were fired upon about fifty ret'ela at the crossing of Liu!'? Clue, from the rocks and brush . One xf the scouts was wounded, two mis ting, supposed to be killed, and three in returning mat some 15 rebels on the Little Blue bridge, with shot Tuns. Thc t routs then turned, took anct:. r read, and arrived safely in camp. Lieut Hedgeman went cut with 20 men and found them near the same place, drove them into the tru;h, and captured 2D horses and rnules. A band of rebels 200 strong crossed 'ever ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 5 December 1861

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. ViifM cf Oie Ser.aU rir-t-' ' ai iloutt (f EepreienlattreB : the miie cf cnrrcceclectcd political IV wo have cause of preat gratitude to tr,?"i forni vcrsl good health and most abun- bar'' 0U COt eurFr'se .vt in the peculiar exisrncie of the kr' our Iotercouso with foreign cations has tc '....nded with profound solicitude, chief- rtT u,i0a our domestic affairs. A dis-!-Vlf ',rtion of the American people, have ''rS ti, whole rear been enjaed in au at- ,fto divide aiid destroy the Lmon. Oration which emiures faetuous domestic : :o:'s i expot-d to disrespect abioad, and C.V rartv or Uuh w ure t-ooi.cr or later to in- foreign iLterveUion. Nations thus T '!,ed tolnterfcr are not always able to re tLe counsels of seerair.g exjtdiency and T-eiicrous ambition, although measures ad j uCJer such irtluences seldom fail to be 'f nutate a::d injurious to those adopting -l.rt liave otfered the ruin of our coun- in reward for the aid and comfort vhich ' vLave invoked ubroad. h...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 5 December 1861

. GREAT IMPROVEMENTS IN . .kli i iiiaiiAiiillliIli. ' EMPIRE SHUTTLE MACHINE, Patented Ttbru-iry liih, 1SGO 'Salesroom, 510 Broadway, NKW YOKK. . , This Maehtim i con-true tea on a entirely new frincif 1 of. machinery, psing many rare and val ' aial improvement, having been examined by the Tn'-'t'vVuucJ expert, sril pronounced to bo SIM- I'LJCiTY ul I'tlit ECTION CUM DIN CD. Tne following are the principal objections urged . ?4inst Sewing Machines. . X. Excessive futae lo J 4. Iocs rarity to sew every description of material. 5. Disagreeable noise while io operation. lie opcr&t jr, j, Liability U get out of ord'-r. J. Expense, trouble and loss cf tixo in repair . ing. ' . Tie E.'!re Seeing Machine is Exempt from all thte ejections. Tt b-is straight red!e perpTdicuTur fiction tonU tbelOCK or SHUTTLE STICU, which will '.NEITHER RIP nor RAVEL, and is alike tn both aides ; performs p-rfoct f-ev. -in on every de.nption " cf faaria!,fn.niLetber to the finest Nan?ook Mu- liu, wi:h cott...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 12 December 1861

' 1HE ADVERTISER, rrBLISHSD SVKIlTTnCiSDAT BT rURNAS, LYANNA & FISHER, jaoad Story StricUer'a Block, Main Street, jibottxtixm. t. nvar.tf plJ 'o drance, .... $S 00 . r"e7V. 'it nid ithendof C montln 60 Hi r mm . mm . nn i . . - wl 1 1 m fnrniah! at Af fiO rr . CI"51 "lde4 tb cub ccmjaies the order, not 1 VI iftfc? " LIU ZTRTTT AIID UNIOIT, OIH3 AI7D INSEPARABLE, I70Y7 AI7D FOItEVEn.0 THE ADYEIITISEE, KAT 333 OP ADVEP.TialSiai 0nqatrt(l0 llnetor lsi)oalnenioa, . ill Each dJitionslinsertlo3, ....... 9 to One sqnare, on month, ....... a r.9 B usiness Cards of iixllatsor leasyoo 7r, - C oae Column out yer, .......9fco One-half Colama ocereir - - 5 Ouefonrtit Column one year, - ia W Oneeiihth Column one year, ..... 1 Oaecolasnnaix months, . ....S49 One half Column i;x moTJttJ . . . to (.9 One fourth Column lxnonti . . . 13 0 On eiKbth Colnmn tlx mofitii C One Column three months, ... t ct One half Colnnin three months, .... It &a One fourth Column three months, .... 19 04 OneeUht...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 12 December 1861

feme law piss aribricir them to bo worked 'Uulertb? rvntftl of the Government. The discovery of ttcme coal, especially in localities where timber is deficient, is very ilesir..-b!e r.3 it wonM facilitate the rapU set tlcmcr.t of the ronntrr, nnd diminish the cx j.erms of driving machinery. Up to this tins but liitla i;!iirl !H3-b'jen raado for Ibis pur- 5vo, end lut few discover! have been male. 5ut it is'bclievcd. from the indications of the pencrid topography of tLe country, the sini- ii-rity of Ms external development toadjneest ron'rii' in .which valuable deposit have ben. recently- found tt exist that there are Vns; i pos:ts of rf.;ii, r.T.d probably other valu s.ble iniiirr! u irKin the limits of our Terri tory. I therefore Te.cornrnr.d that you jncm J i vY.u Coj.i-ft-a for the purpose of securing n '(ieoVpical Si-itey of the Territory aias early Xoihin,. however, fan malie our Territory n desirable, r.i a honid for industrious people, us as-url ffcurily to life, liberty and p...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 12 December 1861

CHKOXICLES.'. -;r following cLapter cf Chronicles, fit t''Ji'3 ;o3 of tie BiUe, ccr in any version now 1 ifX, iQ titter the Greek, Hebrew, or alJeac, may. perhaps, Le lost io future rations, ucless preserred by being .v!,ihed iu tbe Advertiser. Though not xsed lythe great Councils of the pr CLurch, it is yet believed to be au- cr said lei us wait rata do , jf he has coin 2 we will let him aL. o ST fO oil what hg wil Seshites, the CHAPTER CMXCIX. I n& it carne t0 Tass n the latter ';.v that there was war in the land cf Tati0- ' " - o JVr the'children of the tribes of the rebelled against their brethren apinft 'the Government of their erJ, saying. What portion have we in iincoin. mi w have ncae inherence in r5c!e Sam. 3. ,nd the children of the tribes of the "jr:h. iTOm country in the East, 'lo the prcat sa on the West, gathered .tier as'or.e man. even fire hacdred j f ftr.ir thousand nnrl tirpniv nr.A r;pa f,f trar, to fiht the Shites tht j'tvutrth southward of the river Potomac....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 12 December 1861

GREAT IMPROVEMENTS IN SBWflHACniKBS. . EMPIRE SHUTTLE MACHINE. Patented February 14th, 1860 Salesroom, 510 Broadway, Vt. ,c , NHW YORK. Tnu Machine 1 constructs J oo an entirely new principle of machinery, rosirg many rare and val uable improvements, having been examined by tbe roost rrnfcund experts, r.d renounced to bo fcjlil 1'LICITV ari l'EUr ECTION COMBINED. The following are the principal objections urged Bgiintt Sewing Machine . L Excessive faifrue to ! . Incapacity to ... . - i - every description of material. 5. I)igreeable noise while in operation. the operator I. Liability to get out of order. Expense, trouble and loss jt time in repair- iaz. Tie Empire Sewing Machine is Exempt frco all thec ooje clions. tt has a itrigLt needle pernendicular action Biases the LOCK or SHUTTLE STICII, which will Ji EITHER KIP nor RAVEL, and ia alike on both ides; perform perfect sewing on every description of material, fromLeatber to tbe finest Nansook Mn liu, with cotton, linen or silk thr...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 19 December 1861

.. ' nrnr- aimmn nKvOIWHmj -3 aKHM BMMBMMS 65 (77 " ,-!..! .,-rt ; jHK ADVERTISER, ; rtRNAS,. '.iVj?SA .' FISHER, . gt3ry striker's Block, Llain Street, TBRMS: ifp514aatic, - - ft CO t,T 'if paiJ attbe nlof nKntha . 2 60 M 4t. 'Jt - "J . 12 " . J CO t ? : ! - n. ' " mM-e-nil be furnished t ftl 60 per C!cW , , ttcCasl acconjpanief Ike order, not . f s . ' ' ' ' ' i A - "i .CI v V f i ! i ! f i i 1 ! I y i x - f : 1 ' ! i .A h-4 11 On h C : -J 4 1 ..... O ' J - - - - ! li .i a yr, 6 ( j . . - . . e ) f , - . i: t, - - - - I - t ;- ..--3i.j.?yer, - - - - . ! ' - -' . ...na r.;-.-- . - i i-af.;t.rtn :. n i t. .;- ... i Oae irof I.. .. . . . . One t if Ct-uj.n turoo . . . . ) Oae fourth Colsma thre? n. t.jt., ... QaaeigMii Coiuiun ttre? :i r tiiS, ... ? -; u V) ; J i i i I 3 CJ I I f VOL. VI. BKOWNVILLE' NEBRASKA, THURSDAY , DEC, 1 9, 1861 . NO. 24:. jjOSIKBSS CAHDS. : rgustus ; Scbocnlidt ' ATTORNEY AT LAW, . AND ' SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY, Corner Tirst and Main Streets, prow nvillc - . -...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 19 December 1861

r.i . -m r n .1 TT The uur ior me union. ',' jrrvtn TburSay ilorii'.tij;'? iJu'.'.-jtjn.' ' : t - Til 1 fi Delate in' Congress yesterday ofter r.oon in the House, principally cn ihe fu'pnsion f ihe writ of habeas corpus ' Resolution suspending ti.c writ was la- Eulogies were offered and resolutions V I V i ur.w. ----- Senators. ''- Ethridge Clerk of the house receired letters .from Tennessee, staling that tho rebel leaders were impressing Union n.eu.' ho were fleeing to Kentucky for protection. Parson Rrownlow's array had bn increased by unionists from N. C, and Alabama, and he is giving the rebels much trouble. : The House investigating Committee will report next Thursday. ' The rebels are said to be approaching our lines on the Potomac in large force. JUbel force 1ms taken possession of the town of SprincfuM near me roiomac. McClellan.is closely watching their mo- liGoverninent has decided to 11 up the cumber in tee regiments in the field to 1,040, if necessary, inorcer to orane i...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 19 December 1861

0 ADVERTISER. -rTfTJuUKAS.liDITOll. j i , SdIy M 0 RNI NO, DEC. 19, IS6I. . fx o u n la o .v .... ' let it stream on the air! i;D i.ui -- V -, . . 4 oar father arecli in their p-nves, k, b,nds that could itrike, tbev soul .ThnUlT j ,pir sons were not born to be slave? I ,rh tha banner ! where'er it maj call, fPtp lions' rally around; of freemen that tnotnont shall fall B-!'jBitjtar hU be trailed tin the jonnd. Traitors, Jaj hawkers, dc- - j0 Jiiviories cf almost all rebellions, ihe '01dM and the "New Word," ji-ere have een tratorsamont? those who ,rtfe$t-d the greatest loyally even imorg most' lrule( companions of jrrs and rulers. Monarclis have fre urctly been rady to exclaim, like Ce- ,r ft iu Ertte, upon discovering that (VpT nearest friends and even their own chines. were secrely pi'n? aid and 'corr.fori to those la open rebellion against It would be an anomaly in history if i,e Govf rnn.ent of the United States, ivTxz the present insurrection, should frcm a similar annoyance. F...

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