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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 6 March 1862

TO p: C-- JA NECESSITY IN EVERY XIOUSDIIOLD JOHNS & CROSLET'S 'American Cement Glue TTTK STF.ny'.r-T GU'E IN THE TfiRLP. . 'THE CH K AIT.i'T IN" TKK VOHI.H. . THE A.''T 1 . n.Al l.fc CJ.fK IN 7i:K V,or.IT. miK on lt ia i.i ulk. tun: is iue wokld. . tue ti'ii iiLi li ix mi: would. AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE Is the on!y artSc'e of Ib-a kind ever prod -('k1 wbich will wits: jtai:d water- If WILL MENU WOOD I'iivo v:ur !.. ken Furniture IT WILL mend leather ilend your IIarnef. Strap, Belts, Boots ie ' IT WILL MEND GLASS Fare tLoT-cico i.f that e x pensive Cut 6"as Bottle. IT WILL MEND IVORY lx.'l throw away that lro'c n Ivory Fan it is taa- ilvrotaieeL ITV.ILLMEND CHINA Your broker: CLlna Ci:-?and Saucers can be made .un .-'x.'.i ns new. , IT WILL MEND MARBLE That pie? 8 krior-ked out of your MjrV.e IJaatie csn rc rut on ns strorir " tTr' IT WILL MEND TORCELAIN Kotaatter jf list broken Pitcher did cc:tlata Lil!irijr a fdriillrc caved is a ebi'.ling caniea. .;. IT WILL MEND ALABASTER That C...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 13 March 1862

s THE ADVERTISER, PUBLISHED EVF.ET TUCP.SDAT CT FURNAS, LYANNA & FISHER,1 i - i Eoond gtory Striciler's Clock,' II a In Street,! . , ' - . . ; Torcnever,lt psiiiln tdvance, - - - (2 00 it Pi3 sttte endof 6 montt 2 60 " " " 12 " 3 00 Cichf of 12 or more will be furnithed ct $1 60 per rJim, provided, ike csn accompanies tbe irUer, not 'iiicrwise. . ' V"' Ii i I CO V' !'- ':-::-.V! ! 7 A (Z f ! 7 iv ' o r r One Bia re '.en v- F.jcti mi UU.jn.ii i t)ae s ;nrp, -. r One fc.r o,'. a " LIBERTY AI7D UITIOIT, ONE AITD . ZPEa&BLE, i;0V7. AITP FOnYi: One e: :-. " M ou ye n a oca je-r One col" .a sii m-?-t C::3 ta:f tuian s:x nor is One four'-ti column six rwntlM tm eicf.i of acolamo nt xm-c'-li Oaecol'iuin tbrea noati s One half col-itna three i-.-.a"; One f.jurtb cii! umn tiree t.i :.'. i (ins ci"'! coi 2r-'l lir?i) r . J Ai;iii!i'.r.;",jCi'-j'-i f .-r ,:::. k4vic) o-s ye it $1 ri t (, ti 25 I t t t'J 1 1 LI U (J 3 ) Ul 1) k C J 5 ) u ! ! C ) 1 0 i$ C ) VOL. VI. BKOWNVILLE, NEBRASKA, ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 13 March 1862

THE ADVERTISER. R. W.FU UN AS. EDITOR. THURSDAY MOKXLNG, MARCII 13, 1S62. O t7 H P1 X. .A. Q . Then up riih our flag S let it stream on the air ! Thou-'h our father are cold In their craves, '.Th?y bad bands that could strike, they bad eoula that could dare, And their eons were not born to be slaves ! . Up, op wilb that banner ! where'er it may call, Our millions shall rally around ; . A nation of freemen that moment shall fall Vben its stars shall be traited cn the ground. LATEST ffETTS. Another Great Fight. Gen. Cnrtl Meets Price and his Cohorts and Send them to ''Dixie," with a Ilea iu their liar." Cockpit and Lccsbargh Taken. THE REHKL JILOCKADK ON XIIC POTOMAC FIZZLED. 1XANASSAS -AND CEN TEB VILLE VACUATED. FORT CLINCH CAPTURED. The Rebel Simmer, lilerrlniac, Attacks tlie Federal Fleet near Xorfolk; Sinks the Cumberland and Hums the Congress, but is Compelled to Retreat. As we go to press we have thegratify- ing intelligence inai uen. Curtis cas ue feated the combined rebel for...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 13 March 1862

0 THE ADVERTISER. EfcOWNVlLLE, MARCH 13, 1SG2. lectiow or School I)iBEeTois.-An election will be held at the School House . . jg city on Thursday next, between " jjjghoura of 12 and 3 o'clock Tor the r:rpose of electing one School Director for Brownrille School District. This is . in impwt&nt matter and we-hope to see j b general turn out of citizens. j Wri.coM e Home. Adj't Jjro. L. Car- of this City, who has been East since I KtfaIIreached horae today- We are glad to see him looking: so well. His return js uelcomed by a host of. friends here : ted hereabouts. Tni5 roR the Mines. A heavily ladeo train, freighted with powder and four, left this placn for Denver on Sat urday last. The freight belongs to Ho ad tT Si Atkissox," of this city. Rogers & Eko.'s, also of this, place, nre the freighters. Each wagon was drawn by four horses. .' Freighters' will bear in - mind that the Brown ville route is traveled more than tiry other South of the Platte, during the winter and spring....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 13 March 1862

. tlTX NECESSITY IN EVERY HOUSDHOLD JOHNS & CROSLEY'S American Cement Glue ' TIIK STRONGEST GLCE IN THE TORLD. THE CHEAPEST GIXE IN THK WORLD. THE MOST DURABLE GLUE IN' THE WORLD. THE O.VLY RELIABLE GLUE IN THE WORLD. THE BEST ULLE IN TILS WORLD. AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE ' Ji the only article of the kind ever produced whieh WILL WITHSTAND WATER- IT WILL MEND WOOD Save your broken Furniture IT WILL MEND LEATHER Mend your Harness, Strap, Belts, Booti Ac IT WILL MEND GLASS SavJ thoriVcs of that expensive Cat fflasj Bottle. IT WILL MEND IVORY Dun't throw away that broken Ivory Fan it la eaa . . ily repaieed. IT WILL MEND CHINA Your broken China Cups and Saucers can be made ai rood m new.. m Tim t frvn nf aphtf That piece knocked out of your Marble Mantle can be put on as strong as ever! . IT WILL MEND PORCELAIN No nutter if that broken Fitchor did cost but a ' f hillin? a shillinir. sated is a shilling earned. IT WILL MEND ALABASTER That Cosly Alabaster Tw is brocken and you can't match...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 20 March 1862

' ' - TEE ADVERTISER," c PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BT r CRN AS, LYANNA &. FISHER, - ( - Bsoni Story Strickler's Block, .Main Street . . . DBOU'-YTII.IVE. ST. T. - r terms:: rcnrfr,f P'J in. advance, - $2 00 TBGDtbi 3 60 . . A An . i2 or more will be furnished at $1 60 pet liicm, provided tbecasb accompanies the order, not CV If r.y:; J v VV AV A.K V J, y, 'A : if:. 4 .A '. .;.) - . ' - aw nxvv I in HI: -i '"JL. ' -.ir-l I:: I 'I :. . . .i . "LIBEIITY AIID UIHOZT.OITE Ain nTSKPEHABLE, ITOV7 AITD FOREVER." THE ADVERTISER r, Rates of Advertising One qnare (ten lines or less) one Insertion, 00 Each additional insertion 6 One aqnare, one monta - I oa Business Cards, six Uoei or lets, ere y?"T 00 One column one year - - - - - 60 OO One hali column one year - - - 13 DO Oae fourth column on year - - 13 tHJ One eighth column lie year - J CO One column tlx months - - i oo One balf eoltuntt tlx mentis ' S9 Oo . One fourth column six months r . ' 13 00 One eighth of a eolursn s;x munUU 00 ' ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 20 March 1862

THE ADVERTISER. II. W. FUItN AS. EDITOR. THURSDAY MORNISG, MARCH 20, 1862. - ft v-i3r , company, and Lieut Colonel McCord and his sturdy regiment. That teas the last sally from Fori Donelson" Our brave and unflinching men have immortalized themselves, and honored, not only the Territory from which they hail, but the country at large. . O -TJ . 3F r. .A. a . Tken up with, car flag! let it stream on the air ! Though our father are cold ia their grares, Ttej bad hands that could strike, the bad lonls tbateould Jare,- And their oni were not born to be slaves I Cp. p witb that bauDer 1 where'er it may call, Oar millions shall rally aroand ; A nation f freemen that moment shall fall . Vkio IU sUtri shall be trailed on the ground. - The: News. , We have been virtually without mails, for two days past, owing to the breaking up of the river and other irregularities in the direction of Saint Joseph. The telegraph lines are down also. The latest and most; important news we have is that our Gun...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 20 March 1862

theT advertiser. tKOTVyyiLLE."MARCH grj, 1S62. "ii O C iA. L. coe & CO. IN ---e- t'rk snd'FriEtiug Material of all Kinds l- Tribnre Buildings, New Tork, and Brown's Iroi 0' Huildinrs, Philadelphia. -.reauiboriiea" Agents for tbe Farmer and. Jldvertiser. --"TtIIER & ABBOTT, . 5 SUCCESSORS TO H G ELT, rM States and Foreign--Newspaper Advertising Agency, . BROADWAY, NEW YORK. .,rid acentsforthe "NEBRASKA ADYER- gyRASKA FARMER." " - CajiL A. W. Matthews of Kansas Second Caralry, has been spending a few Java the past week with his family in , j place. The Captain looks hale and fcearty as though soldiering agreed with tin. He reports all the boys from this place in gd health and spirits. - Capr. 3l:thews is an experienced officer, and i r;n, with all the boys from Nemaha, "cate their mark" when an opportuni- ! ty presents itself. i Sergt Straw has also been on a visit I to Feru. They both left for quarters &;s morning. ' ,: The Kansas Second, under Col. Mitch f is cow at Shaw...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 20 March 1862

e t C . " Sfiutiynj for tt in:s. rSTA XECESSTr IXEYEISY HOUSDIIOLD JOHNS k CROSLEY'S American" Cement Glue TITE STTtOXGJJSTG UTS I TTIK WORLD. THR CHEAPEST GIXE IN THK WORLD. .. . THE -MOST Dl-RADLK GLIB IN TH K WORLD . THE ONLT RELIABLE LCK IN THE WORLD. iiiJs ctsr liLUE IN THE WORLD. AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE " Ii .the only article of the kind ever produced whieh . WILL WITHSTAND WATER- IT WILL MEM) WOOD ' Fare your bjoken Furniture . IT WILL MEND LEATHER llend yo'nr Harnecs, Straps, Belts, BooU Ac IT WILL MEND GLASS Save tho peWs of that "exppnpive Cut Glas Bottle. IT. WILL MEND IVORY Don't throw away th.it broken Ivory Fan it is eas ily rejiajeed. . IT WILL MEND CHINA Your "broken Chin J Cups and Saucers can be made - - as rood &9 new. . IT WILL MEND MARBLE. Tb r piece knocked out of your Marble Mantle can be rut on as strong; as ever '.IT WILL MEND PORCELAIN Jto matter if. that brokeu Pitcher did cost but a. shilling s shilling tared is a shilling earned. IT WILL MEND ALABASTER ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 27 March 1862

( :' tm ADYEIiTJSER, PCBLISHED KVERTTUCESDAT BT fURNAS,.: L YANK" A & FISHER, : . . . gjoaJ Story Strickler's Block, Hain Street, V rrocfvear, if pa;? in advance, - $2 00 " if paid at the end of 6 months 2 60 ' . " " . " 12 " S 00 CiUB of 12 or more will be tarnished lit $1 50 per' ivfi provided ttiecaou accompanies the order, not' - ;"...' f T r ; " - ' ' " : J - - ; , -'i. . . ' ' f r ' f i 1- it' ; : : 'I I ! I .' ' a 1 B 1 r THE ADVERTISER - -A . i" "... . 1 . .' ' r ' ' .. . ; . . . . "LIBERTY AIH) UITIOirrONB AlTD.nrSEPEHABLE, NOW AITD FOREVER." : Rates of Ad vertisln One qnare tea line or ea) cue nieerUuB, 2ich aU,i!ilvjQ3l tnsertiua JJS9.SSWW..GK!,r-v. . Una cclnmn oney6r Oae hLf oWamo tne roar - O-ie fiortb colnain ct yi-ar Oae etgbth column one ycr One column fix uioailn Oae half column ;x cu oth - One fourth col uian six n.,u:fi a - , Oae eUnth cf a column six niuiiti -One column tiaree mouths -One half luaia- three month -One fourth coturun three ni n'.M One eihtn ci...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 27 March 1862

THE ADVERTISER. It. V. FUIIN AS, 1SDITOR. THURSDAY MOUSING, MARCII 27, 1S62. - n'w iv o xr n r . o . Then np with our flap;! let it stream on the air! Though jnr fathers are cold in their graves, Thej had hands that could etrike, they had souls that could dare, And their soat were not horn to be slaves I Cp, up with that banner!. where'er it may call, Our millions ehall rally around 5 A nation of freemen that moment shall fall Vi'ken its stars shall be trailed en the ground. Thft Xflirs. We hare Irut little war news this week, other than that in our telegraph columns. All eyes are just now, and have been for ten days past, in the diroction of Island No. 10, where our Gun and Mortar boats axe engaging the enemy, who are strongly fortified, steady ana sausiac tory progress has thus far been made, and Commodore Focte feels confident of being able to finally succeed in routing the rebel force from this strong hold. The reported capture of Yancy turns out.tebe untrue. ; Death or Martin 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. — 27 March 1862

THE ADVERTISER. ..BROWNVILLE. MARCH 27, 1SG2. LOCAL. JOY, OE & CO. Ldvortisinc -A.g;orxta AND.DKALEltS IN iris, and Frtoiin.fi: Material of a!! Kin Is CSce, Tribune Buildings, XewTork, and'Brown'sIrw Buildings, .Philadelphia. They are authorized Agents tjt th Fanner and Advertiser. MATIXKR & AIinOTT, SUCCESSORS TO H G KLY, Advertising Agency, 333, BROADWAY, NEW YORK. r authorized seen for the "NEBRASKA ADVER TISE" and "NEBRASKA FAP.MKR." Browkville Unio Mills. These mills, now under the management of Mc Pherson &. McLaughlin, are now do ing an extensive bueiness, purchasing grain, exchanging flour for whpat, and manufacturing for thippers. They are manufacturing .flour for those who wish to ship either on the river or to the mines. Flour - can be shipped from the mill immediately in boats, thus saving storage and commission. Those wish ing to ship to the mines are also invited xo confer with the proprietors. They hare refitted, and reraoddled the entire concern, and both...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 27 March 1862

nriHr.rjfcr.itt Zteti :TA NECESSTY IX EVERY HOCSDHQLD JOHNS & CROSLEY'S American Cement Glue TTIH STT?OXGrST OIXK I THE WORLD. TITE CHKATKST GLV K IN THK WORLD. T1IK JMOST DCRABLK GIXE IN' THK WORLD. AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE Ii the only article of the kind ever produced whieh WILL WITHSTAHD WATER it WILL MEND WOOD Save your bioken Furniture ' IT W ILL MEND LEATHER If end" yon r Harness. Straps, Bolts, Boots Ac IT W ILL MEND GLASS Fare tboriees of that expensire Cnt OTsm Bottle. IT WILL MEND IVORY Don't throw away that broken Ivory Fan it is eai- ily repaieed. IT WILL MEND CHINA Tour broken. China Cups and Saucers can be made as good a new. - IT WILL MEND MARBLE That pioce knocked out of your llarblo Mantle can ' be put on a? strong as over1 IT WILL MEND PORCELAIN S matter if that brokeu Pitcher did cost but a ehillirjc a shiHinc fared is a shilling earned. IT WILL MEND ALABASTER That Cosly Alabaster Ve is brocken and you can't match it mend it it will never ibow when put to gether. ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 3 April 1862

TI'E ADVERTISER, - PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BT FCRNAS, LYANNA &, FISHER goond Story Stricklera Block, Main Street, Bnoirsrriixi;. nr. t. r0r one rear.lf paid in advance, - - - - $2 00 . ' it paid t the end of 8 months 2 60 ., " ' " " 12 s 00 of H or more will be furnished at 1 60 per nm provided the cash accompanies the order, not .tierwif-e- VOL. VI. BUSINESS CARDS. Augustus . Sclioenlieit ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY, Corner First and Llain Streets, nrounvlllc. - - - AclirasUa A. S. 110 L LAD AY, M. D. B"peetfnlly Inform bis friends in Brownville and mmediatevicinity thatheha6 resumed the practice of Medicine, Surgery, & Obstetrics, nd bopes.by stnetattention to hisprofession, to receive Ciit iretierous patronage heretofore extended to him. In t lease where it is yossibleorcxpedient, prescription icsine"'11 bedotie. Office at City Drugstore. JAMES'S. BEDFORD ' ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND Msslpr rfunmissionrr Tn Chanrrrv. EROWNVTLLE, N. T. T. M. TALBOTT, DENTAL SURG...

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

at t-' . THE ADVERTISER, 11. W. FOllN AS. IiDITOK. THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, ISC2. Xj a. o 3 SI o xj n Then op witbovr Cs?l let it stream on the air! Thoiirh our fatucrs areeo'd in their grave, Tfcej bd ii.ntdthat could rtrike, they Lad iculs that could dare, And tlifirsons were tot Lorn to be slaves! Cp. op with that banner ! where'er it msj call, Oaf miKionssball ra'Jy around ; X radon of freemen that moment shall fall When it stars sb&U be trailed on the jrrand. The News, Nothing of interest yet from Island No. '10. J3j:h sides are still in italu quo. Various reports are in circulation almost daily, that the Island hasbeen evacuated, but without foundation. Our opinion is, that there will te a tremendous clash of arms from Island 10 along down to Mem phis, and if there is fight in the rebels, a bloody and decisive battle will be fought. Tbe Nebraska Militia. Next Monday is the cay fixed by an act passed at the last Session of the Leg islature for the citizens of each county ...

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

I THE ADVERTISER. BROUKVILLi:, APRIL S, 1SC2. L O-C-A. JL. JOY; COS! & CO. AND Dl.Al.iai.s IN Inks, and frinUrg JUiitmd oi ail Kii:h Office, Tribune Bui.'dj iit's, New York, and Brown's Iroi ' . bulldim:, Philadelphia. 3" Tbey are atKhoriied Agents forth Farmer and Advertiser. ? JIATIIEIl & ADIIOTT, . . SUCCESSORS TO II O ELY, United." Slates, and Foreign Newspaper .. .Advertising Agency, 333, l'UOADW A Y, NEW YORK. Are authorized sireni 'or the "NEliRASEA AUVER TrKit" aii.l -. KltltASKA FARM 1-R." We anujucccd last week that F. C. Murrii'an. of Nebraska Ciiy, l.ad been f;;vjiaied Heceiver for the Land OlHce ia thai jlace. It appears that Mr. M. is not lie man." Franklin Stewart, jays ihe Herald has been appointed. We Lope the rre&ident will finally succeed jigettiuir totnelody to accept the cfiVe cf Iit-ccivfci.Loih at this place and lraika City. The politicians Lave Lten diddling about them quite long enough. Neither of them will pay suffi cient to .warrant any non-ret...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 3 April 1862

"AiudMnrr far tftifinrs. J"A NECESSTY IN.EVERY noUSDnoLD -IV JOHNS '& CROSLEY'S -American Cement Glue ' TnKFTTlON'GKSTOU'E TM TnK WORLD. THE CIIKAPKT GJA K IN THE WORLD. rr.V if AST EtE.lliLE GI.I K IN' Til K WORLD. THE OVLT-HKLIABLK (iH'E IN T1IE WOULD. TUB WiST GLl Jf 15 TU& WORLD. --- y ' AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE It the t-nly article of the kind ever produced whieli .will 17 ft i 'in' tw WILL. MIlltJIttMU llrtlk.il' IT WILL. MEJSD WOOD ave your bjoken Furniture r vjT,:YILL MEND LEATHER " Jlerd oar ITamess, Straps, Belts, Boots Ao AT "'ILL MEND. GLASS Fave tbo uiees of that expensive Cut (Tlass Battle. V; IT WILL MEND IVORY Dcn't Ihrow away . that broken Ivory Fan it ia eas-- ily rermiecd. IT WILL MEND CHINA Tvur broken China Cups and Saucers caa be made ... as good as new. IT WILL .MOD MARBLE That piece knocked out of your Marble Mantle can . ;' be put m as strong n ever IT WILL MEND PORCELAIN -Jo matter If that Lrokeu I'itcher did cost but a , shilling a rhillinesavedie a sh...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 10 April 1862

... THE ADVERTISER, PUBLISHED BTERT TECESDAY BT FURNAS, LYANNA & FISHER 650d Sto'rrStrickler' Block, LLain Street, ixcoTVunriLXC ar. t. T EEMS: Voroneyear.lf paid in advance, - - - - $2 00 if paid atthe endof 6 months 2 60 , , " 12 a oo "Clubi of 12 or more -will be furnUbed at $1 60 per nnm, provided tUCCUD ccobpuim iv 'otherwise.. . '. i i f ! ' I I ; i If .. i - ' I i . r I i f A : I I j !, ! THE ADVERTISER Hates of Advertisinsr. - " LIBERT? AITD TOIOII, OITE A1ID niSEPEHAELE, ITOY7 AITD FOIlEVEIt." ' Oca square (ten lines or les ) isseriiwo, Kach ad litiunal luern.ii One square, one nwiiia ... Busmen Cards, ;x Unes or less, c-aa year One column one year .... T)te hai! colnmn one year ... 0e fourth r.ilnmii ou year - - Ona eighth cylorun one jtir Onetoiama glx nvnth -One ha'J cI'na La ruontti One fourth column six months Oneeu-btiiof aeolmrr.asn months . One co. ama. three month a ... One half coinmo three months . One fourth column three m 'iit . .. One eighth column three E...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 10 April 1862

I 1 , . i i . . . . ---Li'.AI, NOTICE.- - THE ADVERTISER. It. W. FUIiN AS, EDITOR. TFJCTISDAY MORMXG, APRIL 10, 1SS2. IV -V '-'- v o .u it :r x. o - Tbn p with cut flag! V-1 it :n ?'i lie air! Though our lather :..'..; sr,rt'" They had hands tt.at cu'.d t . r.k'-, tiiejr hud aouls that could " irt-, -And their eon v. :o ;. t Wn to be riavea! Upnp with i '. ,Unr 0i ( r 1 where'er it Hi J call, r v aroucu ; A ration f ir -. :- a - moment shall fall Win ft ..r.i:j b trailed on the ground. TllC NCTYS. Vc r. Vi-tf al ieing able to place be f r ..r readers the gratifying intelli- - iLat our armyha3 been again sue-...sf:-!. aud that the enemy's strong Island No. 10, is in our possession stlast. Th strategy and maneuvering of our forces were most admirable. The enemy wilf doubtless make another stand, perhaps several, further down the river; ' but the opening cf the Mississippi river Is only a question of time now. In fact, we' regard the entire 'rebellion about . We are indebted toE. B. 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. — 10 April 1862

i fpHE ADVERTISER. 1 'xToG .A. L. 'Trta asT Fnntiiiff Material cf all Kink 11 ' 1 T , . nnl Mings, NewToik, and Brawn's lr . .ti.rnfd Aleuts for the ' n" Tamer, and Mvcrii, iscr. SrCCESSOKS TO 11 tt BUT, Uaiiea States and Fuirign Newspaper - - Advertising Agency, .m KKOADWAV, NEW YORK. are .na.ori.ed "'SKR HJ lBttAi F . Fire On Sunday night about 12 o'clock, the smoke house of Theodore Hill, on Front; street, was discovered to be- on fire, and so far advanced that nothing could be saved. .Mr. Hill has been engaged extensively .in putting up pork this season, and at the time the fire occurred, the smoke bouse, contained be tween 2J.Q00 and 30,000 pounds of su perior bacon. The loss is obout $1,500 r no insurance. Providentially the wind, which was qui'.e brisk, was in the only direction it ; 5 couii. possibly have been to prevent other f '! buildings from being' destroyed. The ; smoke house, was ia close proximity to ether buildings, which led to the most densely built portion of the...

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