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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 19 December 1861

! f i j ? ; i ! GREAT IMPROVEMENTS IN gEOTG MACHINES. - : ' EMPIRE 'SHUTTLE MACHINE. Patented February 14th, 18C0 CLOTHE YOURSELVES. - Salesroom, 510 Broadway, .' Ni:v YORK. . , This MacLiio is coii-truetid on an ntire!y new principle of machinery, pos.-ing many rare and val uable inxprovptncnt.?. having been examined by the rnnt profound experts, and pronou nd to be ;SIM rUUlTY and PERFECTION COMBINED. ' :The following' are the principal objections urged aziia-t .Sewing Machines. I. L'lcesfive fatigue to the operator t LibUitj to get out of mint. g, -Krpcnfl trouble and I 4. Jnespacity to few every description oi material. J.l)igagreealle rtoi v-hile iu cperation. CHEAPEST CLOTHniG Ever offered in this Market. XO WOUXIT ABOUT IT! CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVS AT THt Batimore Cotliiiig Store, BROV7XVILLE, IT. T. TiciEnpIre Sewing Machine b Exempt frem all toe Ejections. .1 has a straight TrpnK-nlar action MU the LOCK or SHUTTLE STIClI. -u.c h will NKITHERKIP nor IAVEL,and is al.We on b...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 26 December 1861

TiiE ADVERTISER, ' fl-j'AS, LYANNA Si FISHER, . ct,rrstrickleri Block, Main Street, BBOWSTILIX. T. TERMS" T..r it r! J in lvBre - - - - $5 00 l"-"f- .'. ',' i-,id at lie wrlof months 2 60 ' ." 11 " 3 00 " " t i ,-. nre w 111 be fnrni.-ted at $1 60 per ' " V.rV-iei ii cJ acfvnipante tbe orUer, not Ay 1 ! i i I S T Ay y I LIBUUTV Aim TTKIOIT, ONE AIID IKSEPEHAELE, NOW AND FOREVER.' THE ADVERTISER, IVA.TE9 OP ADVrr.TISINOi OntS4trt(1011neaortsi)oafiaier'.lon, HI Kch additionalinsertioa, 1 One square, moota, ------- 3 M BastaessCartisof sixlinesorlessyOB year, - Co one Column one year, - .....-60 64 Oa-balf Column on year - - 13 One fourth Column one year, ... 300a Oneeuhth Column on yatr, - - - - ICO One column six months, - - O One halt Column six months .... 90 C4 One fourth Column six month . . . - 13 t One ei?htb Column six tnoctht 0 One Column three month, ... text One half Column three months, - - - - - HO One fourtb Column three months, .... 19 04 OneeUhth Column three months. ....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 26 December 1861

The War for the Union. BY TELEGRAPH! Quincy, Dec. 19. Dispatches from Washington to New York capers say, there was a rumor Mason and Slidell would be delivered up. . Il is pronounced false by high authori ty . Th President will send a message to th Kpnate to-roorrow. on our relations .;K Clrrzt Britain. Richmond and Norfolk papers of the iStr. Krft been received at Washington The news from England had reached both places, and was producing intense excitement, Indiana, offered a resolution that the fu gitive slave law be so amended as io for bid the recapture or return of any tugi tire from labor without proof that. the claimant is lcval. After muck discus eion the resolution passed. The capture of 1300 rebels at Law r-v " renceburr. bv Col. Jell. U. uavis is re that garded as the most brilliant exploit of the war. Mnr IL Hubbard cl 1st .Missouri Cavalry, captured over sixty rebels a day or two since, together with a large a mount of bajrjracre. Gen. rope and his assistants aro de te...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 26 December 1861

YHE.yERTISER tectJf-a to rr H- DooBiJfs and Judge C. W. -gjjiy, the Coramitee appointed by v c:,zCCE of this County to visit the Corercorand Legislature, and lay le , ,e then the necessity of affording, r- the southern, .portion ot tue returned last Friday. The r rprccr assured them that arms should je furnished us as soon cs tney ccn.ua ve curCj ; rdJ that he would use his best favors to protect the Territory from ,v.e depreciations of marauding lands of ,l':ors and thieves. If necessary, he '. rail out the last man in the Terri r,y There are numerous lands of des .yeras in this vicinity, plundering our fVzc?. Sorae of them, calling them iSP8 Jayhawlers, indignantly scorn the jca of being thieve?. They say they acting with the approbation of the Governor in taking property from dbloy elr.en; that hirst stealing is done by jsere iheves, upon their credit. Yet it o r.pens that in nearly every instance, ?, Lere ci'.izt ns of thU county are Jay fawk d. even in open daylight, they are j...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 26 December 1861

30 VARIETIES STRAWBERRIES. Amyrfr wl icb rc VTil sin's Albany, $1 per 100 or d6 ) ,r luy ; Jenny Linl. per 100; Triompbe dc'unid, $2 per 1"3 ; Lo-'on Pine, Iloveys Seedling, H.x.'twcr;'-, black Princst ay Queen and 25 other kinds at $T pr 100. Plants of ULdoipb. Pine Sprinly of 1683 at 2 klglUl. NEMAHA NURSERY. Strawberries. 37ItIICCI3 ets CO.,' FLLMlirU. JN. i . TT:n mA Tlap now stnwliprrr CatAlomf. ffffl pri-ine l-r0 varie ties, and new Catalogues of bul lous Flowlrs and Grapes to applicants enclosing stamps. . Prince's Scarlet Magnate Trurophe dej.and, Tiller's Jenny I.ind, and 20 other varieties. 51 rr 100 and $5 t'I1'"0- VVil-.n's Albany. orrn per 10D.1 per H'OO, f 10 for 3000. Austin's teeedung SI iir Dozen. For tther Fplr.l5d varieties see Catalogues. Aug '. nR-lt NIC0LLETTE HOSE. luw rules, v;z : j a 20 Smcl Hani, - - " " i6o 1 d .t.b " - 9 00 J"0 " . ' " . . . 65 00 ?!tM onT.meut your Lawn, and Evi dence ci p.u.ly .. rj. A. TERTIT, NovT' Crescent City, Iowa. Apple Tees. f 2...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 2 January 1862

i. PrBLlSUED EVEUr TBCBSDAY CT -rCllXs, LYANNA & FISHER, j03(i Story Strickler's Block, ilain Street, nr. t" -.rear. if paid in advance, - - - - $3 00 1 .. t pAUattheendoi 6 months 2 60 . " , . 12 3 00 " 12 r niore will he furnt-hed at $1 60 per nut oi . .jcomn.nics the order, not nnn.. P4U .... lit v r 1 1 S X if I ill 1 1 i i yy y Ay Ay Ay Ay A Ay "ilBEHTT AlfD TTIJION, ONE AIH3 INSUPERABLE, NOW AI7D FOHEVEH.' THE 1DTEETISER, RATES OI ADVERTISIOi Oaequrf (10 IInesorlei)oneiutertlcTi, - ti ch additional insertion, o) One square, ob month. --- j M Buaiae Cr.l-iKi aix liuesor tens H ijer, - 6 fro one 0lu:na one year, - - 0 0 One-half Column one fe&r - - - - 5 H Oue fourth column one year, ... W u One eighth Column oce year, - - - W fi Oneculamnsix ciuCitLi, . - - . - iS itf One bill Coltian u months - - Pu Ont fourth Coiatnn ix m until . . . 10 ot One eighth Column six niutiha I U One Column three mouth, - - . o One half Colcir.n three nintbs, IS o. One fonrth Column three mo...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 2 January 1862

i - v . THE ADVERTISER. H. W. FUKN AS.KDITOlt. Tiiri.SUAV MORNING, JAN. 2, 182. Br o u n i-. -A. o . Thri op with our Cag! let it etreata on the air! Ttuub pur father are cold in ll.eirgravef, Tiiej iad hand that could lnke, thej had eoc.i that could dare, At.i tbeiruu were Lot lsrn to be b.&vosi, Ci.. tip with tliatUnruT. where'er it cay cVI, Our millions hall rally around ; A nation cf freemen that uoin..'ut shall fall hen.it iar.La!l U trailed cm tb,J"u, The EJitor of the Advertiser has ben at Omaha for several weeks. He will remain there until after the adjourn ment of the Legislature." Tbe Times ImproTements on Farms. -lUo r-anta t ut littla, here le'.ow, Xor wicti that little locj. Our grand-fathers could raise corn, tell it at from 6 1-4 to 15 cents per bushel, and accumulate money ! Why cannot we do the same? The great reason is, our wants are loo numerous. Had the im mortal Pope lived in this eountry, in the middle of the 19ih century, be would never have written the fi...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 2 January 1862

rADVERnSER. EEQ1VKV1LLE; JAN. 2, S62. "xTo c jl a,. ToyTcok & CO. AfsUlliAOiH IN , ,.- iffFriBtics Material of all Kinds fc Li Buildings, New Tori, and Brown's lroi rf authorised Agents tor tha farmer and Advertiser. -Truicn & aihiott, J srtx'Kftoas to n o xlt, rM States and Fcrrign Newspaper . BROADWAY, NEW YORK. S' uertihtthf "NKBRA.SEA. ADVtl- .FABJCK&.' --:n. ARnU in St. Louis. Vewra. jrorli .Do,oohc. General Advertising, U'.ndComnsiMion XiUJti, 45 Olive St. Low., c ' n'v mrriwt aalverttMmenis lor oom &.wr u"f:'arr' and collect tills for iteaame. ILI VfltT roa THE ADTIiTIIIl AKD f4' .K Havit,F.ij. U urrerular au I' eling Agf0l for the .advertiser and Fcr H. will shortly visit the Eaitern cities for the '0f procuring advertialnf patron- He is ft .bnrifej to contract and ue our name in basi " iT Vijn cooMcieJ with our publications. Ja) backing. $t forbear publishing any rumors i3UlJiyhafcers this week. There are -pi of reports from every direction, 'onh south' an1 ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 2 January 1862

P1 MLWJKt.W -MM 33. VARIETIES STRAWBERRIES. Among rl i -h are W. 1 Wa A!biry, $1 pT 109 rr dj wr H'fH; -Jeany Li;iJ, $1, 0 p:r It'); Trinnpbc de'&and, ti per Job ; Uomc ni'ms, iloveys SeJliiig, Hookers, iiiu k t'nuce, Hay Quetu and -3 otLo.r kiids at $1 p-r 1 UO. Plants of aU4o1,.u Pine Si-rin'y of 1853 at 2 Pr d r. jUf. Isfll. NEMAHA NURSERY. . Strawberries. . FLUSHING. N. Y. T5T;il . their new Strawberry Catalogue, f "tn rriainir 1 d varieties, and ccw Catalogues of Hul, Lmm Flowtro and Grapes to applicants enclosing ' Princ's ?'-r!pt Magnate Tiiomphe d Hand. Holer's Jenny UcA, and 20 other varieties, $! r 100 and 5 per 1000. Wilson's Albany, 7 acta per joy, 4 r 1000, ilO for 3U00. Austin's Seeding f I for I 'ien. Far ether splendid varietieJ ice Catalogues. Aug. NIC0LLETTE HOSE. t am prepare! to nil orders for tbl fine swet scented . with com -iron plants, at tbe following very luw rmes, viz: Finple Plants, - - - . , - WOO Now if the time to ortameut your Lawns -and Eesi dewa...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 9 January 1862

. THE ' ADVERTISER, " rcBiisnsD evekt thcesdat bt .fCBNAS.. LYANNA c FISHER, Youi StoryS trickier' Clock, Main Street, TERMS: 'one year, If paid in advance, - - - . f 2 00 ' , if paid attbe endof 6 monthi 2 60 ... " " " 12 . S 00 bi 0f u or more will be furnit-hed at (I 60 per nm provided tuecjtsb accompanies li.e order, not i r if -r: ! ? I i i I J . . , X.I? .1 II El f ) 1 - 7 - (J! I J . 1 . ! i it up- r V l i t 1 1 f ! I II. ii i, I Ij '17 V7 i ! , ! Ay. Ay syvygv'y y "LIBERTY AIID TJITIOIT, OIIE AITD HISEP STABLE, IJOVT AUD FOHEVEit THE ADVERTISER, OX ADVEriTiniJJOi !)uesqaare(10!!neiorlessoneinerMon, . Each ad!itionai insert Ion, ------- One g'luire, oue cuctii, - - - - - - - B'Hine Cardsof ?tt liceor Ie pn y r, oneColuron nne year, - -- -- -- - One-ba!f Coinmn oneye ;r - - - - One fourth Column one ye..r, - -OaeeUikth Colm.n ona y esr, - - - - Oaecolnnm six r.u.nth, - - - - - One half Column six c: srM - - - - Oue fourth 0!-;tnn s-1 w;;! l . - One eighth 0' !r,nn iirtiiU OneC...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 9 January 1862

THE ADVERTISER, K. W. r URN AS. EDITOR. THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. 9, 1!C2. v1 OUR T Za -A. O . Teen np with our Cap ! let it Ftrearn cn tbe air ! Though our fathers are cold in theirgrares, Tbey bad handi that could strike, the had ioulu ttatrould dare, And their loca were not bora to be Blares ! Up. up with that tciser I where'er it may call, Our million shall rally around ; A ritioa of freemen that moment shall fall Si ken iU atari ahail b trailed ca tbe ground. The Editor of the Advertiser has ' teen at Omaha for several weeks. He will remain there until after the adjourn ment of the Legislature. England. The latest Eastern papers and tele grama we have seen, represent the atti- ' fade of. the English Press und Govern ment as in an anjry mioi toward- the United States. A war, however, is not considered imminent. Tarty spirit, and ambition for political power exists to "as gfeat extent in England as in the Uni ted States. Ever since the time of tbe Charleses there has been two partie...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 9 January 1862

THE i DVERTISER. v ju. A IsVS jor, coc & co. (iC" bulid:ntr, rhilale!i'l;iA. Itey re authorised Agent for the Fanner and Advertiser. TrTinR aukott, SUCCESSORS TO HGELT, r ;ej States and Foreign Newspaper Advertising Agency, BROADWAY, NEW YORK. i'f New Firm. By an advertisement in another column, it will be seen that the firm of Brown &. Strickler has been dis solved. Lett, Strickle & Co., will hereafter do business at the house here tofore occupied by the old firm. See the advertisement by E. Richards & Co., of the "Franklin Family Sewing Machine." Time is money. Families who have much Sewing to do will save money by buying a Maching. ,,,m.i agents for tLe "NEBRASKA ADVER- g:; j - & u i - . . " - - St. Louis. Mefrs, General Advertising, Cwuii"i-iJQ Aleuts, UilveM. Luuii, . Tti in I hut ciir. arid triv an. r l.ViCU' " T . 7. . . r 1 1 1 rr.-cive uvertitBeui r jr Dota lae Ait$r- .ui farmer. .'Twrtieing A cent in B 1,5 pJ Cuuiisi jn Aleuts, and collect bills for tte...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 9 January 1862

IS? fn 7 1) : JOHN A. PONN, Removed from h!a i Old Stand on the Levee to WHITITEY'S 1TEW BLOCK, . MAIN STREET, . broivjyvi N r. Where tie has evened up a FRESH STOCK Couoistlns of " ST.irLCl.DrAXCY DRY : GOODS, . ALSO . A Large Stock of Choice Family Gr jr o c orie s , CONSISTING or Tlcur, Earn, Bacon Sugar, Molasses Coflee," ... Tea,. Salt, . " Cheese, Candle3, etc., etc., . And a fine assortment of LIGHT GROCERIES ' Such as Spice, Peppers, '. Soda, Salaratus, . Ginger, Allspice, etc., etc. ALSO, A well selected Stock of HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. ... (JUEENSWARE, s,cicllo2r,srJ Boots and Shoes. CLOTHE YOURSELVES. CHEAPEST CLOTHING Ever offered in this Market. TliS knowledge or the trade nd wants of the people cf B.wiivilie and vicinity enables him to make judici u psucbases exj.res-Iy for this market. He asks an Vxiai:iati"n ' his Stuck, feeling assured be will be able to satisfy in qua'ity, style and prices. IfflliT TI M WHITNEY'S BLOCK 1861 " McCOiUllCK'S Reaper & Mower. C. H. 3I...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 23 January 1862

,;.TfiE ADVERTISER, f CBUSHXD KVZBT THCESDAT BT .fCKNAS,- LYANNA& FISHER,! j Story Strickler Block, UAin Street '.. nnoYfr villi:, jr. t. TERMS: .,roiiey'r'lf Pl ' - - - - $2 J0J if paiJattbeendof montbs 3 . 1J s 2 00 3 CO 00 " cf 1J r m will be furniohed at ft to per r'a. pfTiied tbech cconpani tbe order, notj " I J I A. ' V AyR: :X I Ay Ayr v y i v J j : ' v.-...'-: : - x i A - - A - .. I ; ! ;; i A j l M :: j I j j j ' h i ' 1 -A . , j j "LIBERTY' AND UI3TOI7, OITE AIID nrSEPEHABLXI, IIOW AIID rORSVEIl'- THE" ADVERTISER Eatca of Advertise Ot!qnarftenlinorli)6T!t!ajrr.:on, tl C1 lacli additional lusertioa - 61 Oa square, est niuiita - - - - I CJ BaaweM Carls, six Hjsj of lwi, c;j raw One coin ma me year - ... . eoi- One hail oiuaa ne j?sr . . . ti ? O-e fourth eo! urea ora 7r . JS 00 Ott eiglita colaaia or yaar IS 01 Oaeeoiutna Hi tir.'ii . - - 5 U3 One balf eglaraa is noi:t9 Sta Ooe fourti evianin x inoaibi 19 C9 Oca eighia of a column six months - 6 CO OTiecosuma tiree acB!b...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 23 January 1862

ME ADVERTISER. h.v.rcnNTA.EDiTOPw. : TntESDAV MOUSING,' JAX.23. 1E52. Then up with onr Aug! lot it stream on the air! Though onr fathers areoold i their graves, - They bad hand that couid strike, they had souls that ctu.d dare, A od thoir aona were not born to be slaves ! Cp. up with thftt banner ! where'er it may call, Oar millions bU rally around; A station fcf freemen that momentFhn.il fall When iU stars ahall be trailed oa the ground. Inltea Wc Stand ; Divided We Fall r The first great and fundamental prin i.iiiirr in inn i rrn a i j t luuii i:ir 11 u iii i 11 v ;he present trying crisis, should be unity; unity of feding and action. We should . never suffer the enemy to disconcert and diride, ly throwing in our midst fire " J raoda. "United we stand, divided we ft . . - ciwuu ucici we sigui ot. mat .we should differ in policy, sometimes, is perfecly natural, and that misukes occa sionaliy" occur, is equally so. Instead, however, of falling out in conseouence (hereof, better prof...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 23 January 1862

- . 1. 1 . 1 ft ; .. J ; j . , ,e, snail, wiium iu umo rcciicu id ine thwcti0" of this act, give a notice m in said Prided ; and t he eaia justices tba.Il meet vltbe testimony offered by the parties, at ,v- fmf. with a copy of the notice, to tl V , ef ihft jerrnory, wjo, wua we mild 'rcctrict Attorney of the Territory and one of jes of the Supreme Bench of the Territory, nen anixni'ne the same ; and their decision ' r .ftr shall be naL f"? n Tb method to be pursued in contesting y,"n of any person declared duly elected to ' hd7 t,c5ce nk e at tie instance of a candi t'for tlecUtr cf the proper county, and shall, in reflect, be similar to the method directed to be 7D contesting the election of Councilmen and 'Lctatire : I'rovidtd, however, That theevi "!nced Wt be taken in writing, and the said . jihail make a decision thereon and their de ftbftll be CnaJ. 35- cot (cni'c? n aDT contested el- i hli k P' we Mocce8fIul party, to te tTfi by the proper ciTil action. i? j5 AH Territorial o...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 23 January 1862

i t t. it i.r ill n CLOTHE YOURSELVES. JOHN A. PONN, Mas Removed ; Frcxa hit Old Stand on the Levee to V7HITI?EY'5 CHEAPEST CLOTHIITG -I7EW BLOCH. MAIN ' STREET, Tver cSYred ih this J.Iarket. BJIOWXVI X T. vThere be has Gpeued trp a FKESH STOCK I Conolotinc of , . 8TXPI.E AXD FA2VCY DRY : GOODS, .... . ' ALSO i:0 DOU3T ABOUT IT! CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVS : AT TH Batimore Cotliing Store, BROWirVTLLE, IT. T. DAVID SEIGEIL A' Large Stock of Choice Family jirirO O Z3 , fa CONilBTIICO or our, Hani, Bsccn Du gar, . Tea, LI ClSEEGS Salt, -. ' . ,.. . CheeEO, . Candles, etc., etc., ' - And a fine assortment of LIGHT GR OCERIES - gjj as '. Spice, Peppers, - .. . Soda, ' Sahratus, Ginger, Allspice, . . etc., etc. ALSO, A well ultcUd Slock of HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. : . QUEEXSWARE, Announce to the public that he '.hat opened oat a stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, CARPET SACKS, GENTLMEN'S UN DERWEAR, cc, &.cM &c. Unprecedented In quantity, quality end pricei....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 30 January 1862

IRE, ''ADVERTISER, Y-EUSUED KYERTTIICTISDAT BT ,f. v as, LYaNNA Si FISHER, 'oMrStrickler's Block, 2Iin Street. c . ii3o;iE. t. TBRMS'i '...reiir.if paid In advance, - - - - $S 00 if paid attbe endof raontha 2 f0 " . " " 12 " 3 00 " . u or more will be furnUlied at $1 60 per i - ,,id ibecakn actomuauiea xoe oraer. not ! u ! - tr' V? k VY : : ! it I i v vj vr X THE ADVERTISER rt . " A jK - J .A3 , VA 1 . m f II . 54. J 1 1 Kates of Advcrtlcin' : , s j e ? 1 - " LIBERTY AIID TJHIOII, 0:?E AIID INSUPERABLE, NOW AITD FOREVER.' One vie (ten line or le)ofie !aisrtlu Xch ad.tniwual lertlta - - One square, one niuatt - - " Busiiei Cr-1, iiuw or lea, ot. ) One culanni tnjfr - - One bk)( enlnuia tne yetr Oae fourth column oj ysar - Oue elgHiO caiuciu one jer - -Ou8 col'i'un six m ;ntti8 ... One Ualf oo'uma ti ni ;itb - - One fourta Culucon tlx moots . OaeeiV.bor column I x mt?ij OnecoMnua three mntii ... One half column three month -Oue fourth column three ui uth - One eUhi.li cl m:io three mi...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 30 January 1862

mccm ADVERTISER H. W, FURNAS, EDITOR. THURSDAY IdORNING, 3Afl, IS5J." i v 1 o tj xt r l a o. TbB op with our flag ! let it s'reara on the air ! Thoce-b our father re cold in their craves, Tbey had hands that could strike, tbey had eouls that could dare, And their ions were not born to be slaves! Cp. op with that banner 1 where'er it aiay call, Onr millions shall rally around ; A nation of freemen that moment shall fall When its sUrs shall be trailed on the ground. Owing to the absence of the Editor ; fickness in the Iam;ly of one of the com positors ; a large 'amount of job-work ; cold weather and green cotton-wood, the Advertiser has been delayed beyond the publication day. The same causes ac count for the small amount of editorial and local matter in this paper. The Tribcwe Almanac for 1SG2. This valuable statistical publication is on our tablefor. which the publishers will accept our thanks. Contents Astronomi cal calculations and calendars for the year 1662; Government of the Un...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 30 January 1862

THE ADVERTISER, ' BROWNVILLE. JAN. SO, ISG2. V x, o 6 l. . JOY, COE &. CO. AND DlA-LKliiS IN jfld, and Printing Material of all Kinds fiices,Ttibune Buildings, NewTork, and Erown'slroi Buildings, Philadelphia. rjJ"Tbey are authorised Agents for tha Farmer and Advertiser. JIATIIKU & AniJOTT, SUCCESSORS TO II C ELY, LTnItcd Stales and Foreign Newspaper Advertising Agency, 333, BROADWAY, NEW YORK. krf .uthorUed went fur tie "NEBRASKA ADVER TISER" t"l "NEBRASKA FARMER." Advertising Agents in St. Louis. Messrs, Kt!trDT & O'Dokoghce, General AdvertisinR, t'jllKtiug and Commission Agent, 45 Olive St. Louis, re our accredited agen'j in that city, and tbey are au imnied to receive advt-rtlsetnenta or both ibeAdver fjer ad Farmer, and collect bills lor the aauie. ' Traveling Aoext for Tiie Advertiser Asd fAMEB. WM. E Haevet , Esq. is our regular au thorize traveling Agent for the Advertiser and Far- jr. He will shortly visit tbe Eastern cities for the ru7pe of procuring advertisir...

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