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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 15 January 1857

!,-. v V 1 , f i r ! I- r'.hy, i i hi..':: r.Y .-I :- I. - V: : Ay rjjy ' . I y : V 1 3 -. . . II . 1- S3 ... ...... AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY " NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO MA1 OF GENEEAL INTEREST TO THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE. j t ' t . ;; VOLUME I. BEOWNVILM, NUMBER 31. ; f i - - 7 VU . . 15 EDITED AT ITBLISnKD ITEKT BATTED AT ,BT r; W. FURNAS Second Street, bet. Haia and Water, . ' (Lake Block,) . 1 ' BROWNVILLE, N. T. Yor one year (inrariably in advance), - $2,00 m jix mouths, -. . . - . - 1,50 RATES OF ADVERTISING; tine qnre, (12 lines or less,) one insertion, Each additional insertion, . ()ne iHare, roe month , 44 threo months, $1,00 0,50 2,50 4,00 6,00 10,00 5,00 0,00 35,00 15,00 10,00 55,0 20,00 10,00 8,00 20,00 13,00 10,00 6.00 a u " eLx months, one year, Casioesi Coras oisixkdcs ui . j X)ne Culumn, one year, Vne-half Column, one year, r fourth " 0De-ei?hth Column, six months, half Column, fix months, " fourth " - eighth 44 " " k. Culumn,' three months, " half Column, three months, fourth...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 15 January 1857

Mm Jim f ASOTHES PACIFIC 21SIU31D IEOTECT. It seems from the Washington cor respondence of the New York Daibj News that another Pacific Railroad Bill is about to be introduced in the House. It i3 on a magnificent scale, , and is entitled "A bill to provide for the construction of Railroads and Tele graph communications from the Mis sissippi River and Lake Superior to the Pacific Ocean." Three main roadsarc projected, viz: One from a point on the Missippi River, South of lat. SG deg. to San Francisco, with a branch to San Diego; another from some point on the Missouri River, North of lat. 40 deg. and South of lat. 43 deg. to San Francisco, with a branch to Marysville, Sacramento, Stockton, and San Jose; and the third from some point on Lake Superior to Puget's Sound, with a branch to the William ctte River. .To each of these routes, the bill to rrant thirty sections of land for each, mile of railroad, the land to be selected by the parties named in the bill, Irom tne nearest uuamjruy...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 15 January 1857

11 3I0S5IMJ, JA5TALY 15, IS57. : rvTIx CncralAdTertLrIrgArent,iarear S IL rSTLili"' and Children' thoe Siore, 5- " Sxxzs, No. Chestnut street, Saint ' I'jLrTKT.Ohia. ! " rrris. Oregon, 1 ' i Vsm, Nebraska City, N. T. i Titi. Linden, JIo. ' Eii TLre Grore. X- T. i jj-jed Agents to loiiL-U Subscript ' A Bcsa for tie AdTertiser, and rec ons and vcve and Jcat in this Territory, eoniing from ' t "of rio ti in their oil Bi-bborti'yxLi who I slTbt. beeoBie ubribeTS if thry eouid i i use -Adreruser We always send a speci Sj ?f Mi persons recicTin g, will consider it a. v& ; u -me & regular subscriber. Fost I others, feeling sufficient interest to make rtLnreiaia'the csual per cent fjr their I jr- - . t i rc extensive addition of rev I (-colored Ists, Bronzes, Cards, tta, I ''tatae AuTcrtiser' OSce, we claia to ! re tTtam out Job TTork ia a manner ua i WtircSce. The proprietor being i 4 7 iter himself, and havirg in his c-Q.r,,iihed and experienced" ! Ft7r:tl;on.cf Job Work. Cordi I ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 15 January 1857

iVcbrasIia House. Trent Street, near Eteanboat Landing, J3ROWXVILLB, N. T.. A. J. BENEDICT, ANNOUNCES to the public that he has taken the above House, formerly kept by T. II. Edwards, In Brownville, N. T, and is now prepared to accomo date all who may favor him with their patronage. A new addition has been built to the house, and ad ditions made of Furniture and Bedding, and all ar rangements now are tuch as to render this House equal to any in the Territory, lirownrille, July 5, 1356. Tl-n5tf W. II. WILLIAJSIS, - - WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL DEALER I STOVES & TINWARE Oregon, 3VIo., TAKES pleasure in announcing the citizens of Or jron and the public in general, that he has on hand the moft extensive stock of Stoves and Tin ware, ever oTcrcd in this market. My stock of Tin ware id of my own manufacture, and. is for sale at Wholesale and Retail at St. Louis prices.. . I would call particular attention to my stock of COOKING STOVES, comprising the most improved patterns both Air-Tight an...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 22 January 1857

, . . ; , .-.,1 . .. l - f i . . . i a. . -1 IT ' ..,... . , a r , X if ' 0T I1 , ' J 1 , ,. - ., ' i ..i I :! N ! Hi AN INDEPENDENT i WEEKLY' WSPAPEEDEVOTED;:.m THE 'COMMUNITY AT LARGE. . " . ........ ' is ! VOLUME I. : BROWNTOI; NEMimA COUNTY, N. T.; THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1857. NUMBER 32. 4 A. r I "'A- v W 'V I lA- i- : V )l0 "4 TI iIcbrasTiit Spbcritscr . lBrm a nrBLisntB etctt recESDiT bt . W. FURNAS, ' tucnl Itrwt, bet. uid Vtrt (Uke'i Block,) i RITES OF ADVERTISIXG: jjth dJti.a-l insertion, OM on,klll. ' , tf thre one rrw, li Crd 'iBe cr ,w CD J"0'' i OM Colanin, one ye 0lf Culotnn, one rear, ' 2.50 4,00 e.oo '10.00 5,00 60,00 S5.00 n.oo 10,00 $5,00 20.00 10.00 8.00 0,00 13.00 19,00 .00 6.00 (oerth r inn ill month. : : : .- Giiumn, three months Talf Colamn, three months, , feerth i .iRhth " , . M rw;jte for office 1 it Tnr will e retired for fcll avertise , U eiflep wrtaM wrbaity ii known. Tee jw cent for eck rhg U .dded to the iSiMJinr' Bint Cerii of fire linei w lew, for rJr...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 22 January 1857

JOEL 15. T700D, IX D., BOTANIC PHYSICIAN, RESPECTFULLY informs the eitiiens of Nemaha county, that hav ing permanently located imme diately South of Brownville, and having had consid erable experience in the treatment of. tho diseases incident to the West, be flatter kimadf ilat ho is prepared to tn at the same oa purely ' BOTANIC PRINCIPLES, And in connection with Tj3. BrcKnAJi of Missouri. Brvwnvilie, Jan. 1, 1857. xlb2'M S g. R. PEURAX. 8. H. EIDDLE. B. R. FEGRAM 8c CO., AND - - GENERAL LAND A GENTS, council BLurra Iowa. f; . New Hardware Store. Si?n of the Mill Saw. ' . J. FLAHERTY, . ' - Importer, Wholetale and Retail Dealer in ""American Germin, English & French " UAEDWAEE ASD, CUTLERY. ST. JOSEPH, 510. -..' IS NOW receiving and opening the largest and most varied araortincnt of goods in the above line ever offered in any market west of St. Lou!. 1 f w .,w,v MniHiAiii a full rwl Anmnlptit .anrrtmATift of Cabinet and House Builder's Hardware, Mechan ic' tools of erery descr...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 22 January 1857

V ft. I : I hi Hi 7 i i . It Id it. 1 'r 1 a. T ; r 4-J4 ink aai gfWERTISER. UV rUUX-VS, ' Editor. "c r Pauti. General Advertising Ar.t, in KeYork, IauW a&d ChiUrcu's tioo re?r vc Wet For "'""''"V ; c V I'mrsu. Co. cw YorY. r So. 43 Cbcsi-sti tirect, Salal i7r. IL B. Ui.KST,Ii"ui.am.CLia. tr C MriiOCT, Conr-s-Uw, Ky., ,. f - i 'n' Kirs, Archer, Scl.raaka. . , v , .., , JL W. I" Or-n, Ho. - ... , - 'IM.ES TAHITI, ebraJt LHJ, 2V. T. . T J UnsrXtTtree Grove, !. T.. ' Vn 'aatbur'aed A?ecU to elicit Subscriptions and tiMmcBU fur the AdvcrtUer,.u.d xccicre and eiept for luonict thereon. . ..- .. . v. ; '- person! ft iject In tUs Territory, coming from J,lu portions of the States often ??t to us lwiines rpcr.m in their old ac.jrhWuoods, who doubt' become subscribers if tbej could see rr o' the-Advertiser." We alwsys send a speci rV and rn Bering, will consider 1t a riUia'n to become a rc-nlar subscriber, lwt turt and others, feeling sufficient interest to make !TrUb1crUin the, uuaj lr ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 22 January 1857

iska House. Irtet Street, near Steamboat Landing, CHOWNVILLE, N. T. A. J. BENEDICT, ANyOUXCES to the public that be lias taken the above Hou-e, formerly kopt by 1. II. Edwards, in Brownviile, X. T, and is now prepared to accomo date all who may favor him with th;ir patronage. A new addition has been built to the house and ad dition nude of Furniture and Bedding, and all ar rangements now are such as to render this Bouse equal to an? in the Territory. Brownviile, July 5, ISiS. vl-n5tf - ' .. W. II. WILLIAMS, -WnOLESALK AM) SET All. DKA1.EK IX STOVES & TINWARE Orogon, Mo. . TAKES pleasure in announcing the citisens of Or gon and the publio in general, that he has on hand tie most extensive stock of Stoves and Tin ware, erer offered in this market. XI J stock of Tin ware is of sny own manufacture, and is for Bale at Wholesale and Retail at St. Louis prices. I would call particular attention to my stock of patterns both Air-Tight and Premium, Among them may be found Filly's Charter ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 29 January 1857

3 fry ... r : II i i i . ' : f '-T ' -- 6 ( AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NEVSPAPER DEVOTED TO vMATTEBS 01? GENERAL INTEREST TO THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE. VOLUME I. BROWN VILEE, NEMAHA COUNTY; T.,lTHURSI)AY, JANUARY 29, 1857; NUMBER 33. ( Ca t 'X, mk SMcrtiscr yjUTED AND rCBLlSHED EVERT THCFIUY BY j W. FUR. MAS , Secpui Etrfcet, let, Ilaia and Water, " (Lake's Elock,) r.irollf .'rear (invariably ia advance), - .$2,00 1,60 ' iiiauo'js ." " .' - - EXTES 0 F AD V E KT1 S IN G :. 0o, .qnarr, (12 lines or less,) one insertion, -k ,Ui1ional insertion, ynif.ju;ire,ttcmoiitli a tbw?e months, n u fix months, 'u jhc rear, Bainr Card? of six lines or less one year On Cjlumn,ine rear, , One-UIf Column, one year, . fourth ? Column, fix inomns, fcalf Column, fix. months, . fourth " 44 " '- ii-hth 44 " Column, three months, bait Column, three months, J. fourth. 44 " " - eiphth 44 . " $1,00 0,50 '2.50 4M COO 10.00 5,00 60.00 35.00 15.00 10,00 -35,00 20.00 10.00 -' 8.00 "20,00 13.00 10.00 C,00 5.00 Cah in a Ka...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 29 January 1857

t iiitncral Sntellumicr. 7Aehc:qton coELEsrosz. Horsn cf .Washington Representatives, J 3( City, Dec. 20, 50. j '!ia Ed. ofNeeraskian, Omaiia Citt, X. T. j Sis: I send you for publication the j enclosed Correspondence-between the Secretary of the Treasury and myself, thinking it might be found of use to your Legislature, now about to assemble. The jealousy with which all increas ed expenditures in the Territories are regarded here," by the officer - of the Treasury, makes it .important to the Legislature to act with great caution. -Very respectfully yours, B. D. ClIAPLIAN. House" of "Washington Representatives, 1 City, Dec. 10, '56. Hox. James Guthrie Secretary of the Treasury SiPw By an act of the Legislature of Nebraska Territory, passed at their last (second) session, the number of members to be elected to their next House of Representatives, was in creased to thirty-five. AVill not an in- creased appropriation over that named in your estimates for the fiscal year ending June 30t...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 29 January 1857

f ! i i I s i: II r i i i ! tl i t-- rTtviS.-Editor. JANUARY 2t, ZToencnl Advertising Agent, in rear fcUdSll Children. Mioe St,rc, f -.V ffpL Cincinnati. ft tl, ,T Co. w York. St .f.S. r ifotntfl, Trey, Ohio. ' ' ' Th IL Dabt. Tippn Ohio. Trirve CowngUm, Ly. - . - - r, rttK. Archer, Nebraska, . - - - - Oregon, Mo - ; ?a White, Nebraska City, N. T. V. Tatk, Linden, Ido, ' -Wot Three Grore, T. ' T. J- ricd Agents to solicit Subscriptions and ArBlI?Btgfor the Advertiser, and recieve and I learn that the Pawnea "oux Indians North cf this f,ro ia a uorii:2' condition. Many person cf tie latter, and n.uch stock of the former, are dying of starvation. The Snow here 13 over two feet deep on an average, and is driftlrg'ar.d charr'rrg ccr.tin ually, so that traveling' in many instance?, is almost impossible. Farther Ncrlh, I an told, the snow i rcvai'.s to a greater cxtett; ;' Kettle ccvrcc ur.trie co mt posses eitracidv '1, nary vciiii, them tu :.d thct ii':ns must bi allowed i iL-eir tmvai,...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 29 January 1857

r-- " fanners chines:: eugae case. The Chinese sigar cane has como to the ordinary name of the Shorgo Sucre, a most valuable plant of the sugar-cane order, and, therefore, allied to the maize or Indian corn, but more nearly to the broom-corn. Its cultivation has commenced among us, and there is now in "Washington more than an acre of it growing luxuriantly, and promising' a yield of considerably upward cf a hun dred bushels of seed, besides-many tons of stems and foliage, rich with saccha rine fluid and solid food material for Lorses, neat cattle and swine. Not only here, but in various, and. widely '. tlistant part3 of tho. Union lias, trial been made of it,. and with uniform ly Gratifying results. - ' - '"' v - We have read a letter from a fanner in Illinois, who has tested its character, and reports of it in the most favorable manner. Oat of a gallon of the liquid eap in the stem, which he expressed by the primitive contrivance of a rolling pin, he obtained? by boiling, a quart o...

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 February 1857

CVIV If ' T ' 1L Ay Ay y Ay Ay XL AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST TO THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE. 9 rft' VOLUME I. C IS JUTTED AVD ITBLISnED EVERT TnTKSDAT BT r. W- FURNAS, Second Street, bet. "Main and Water, (Lake'i Block.) puowyvir.LE, X. T. for on year (invariably advance), - $2,00 m fj! months " 160 j RATES OF ADVERTISING: j Ek additional insertion, i (ine tquare, one month j a " three months, I six months, I m one vear, j ruinc Cards of hi lines or less one year, f (in Column, one veer, 0:-ba'.f Column, one year, - furth - " 1 One-fihth " " j - C.lumn,il months. 1 blf CoUmn, sii months, J - fourth - " " J - eighth - " j - C.Jumn, three mfintbs, ' balf Column, three months, 1 - f,.urth " " ! eighth - " " i i ...nin rnJi'lalcs for office, $1,00 0,50 2,50 4,00 6,00 10,00 5,00 60,00 35,00 15,00 10,00 35,00 20.00 10,00 8,00 20,00 13,00 10.00 6.00 5,00 ! Ch in advance will ne requircu ior u wtciuk- m?nt except ebcre actual responsibility is known. T...

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 February 1857

THE (Hcncral Intelligence. LATER rS02 VICAZJJZVJL , Advices are received from Uiva3 to December 5th. "Walter had arrived within one league of Iiivas and -was preparing to attack Carrera, who had 000 men well provided rith provisions and ammunitions. A few skirmishes had taken place between the advance guard. Walkers men are said to be badij off, with scarcelv anything to eat, and djing daily from dysentery. The ,200 men hemmed in at the Church of Granada were destitute of water and subsisting on their horses. They nevertheless obstinately refused quaftcftifTercd them by Deloso. -Mr. Morse, the American Minister to "Bogota, had proceeded in the Britbh steamer to Cartbagenc. A. B. Corwin ha3 been officially re cognized as United States Consul at Panama. The coalition against Walker is more extensive than is generally supposed. Not only all the States of Central America, but Venezuela, Chili, Ecua dor, Peru, and New Grana&i, appear to be concerned in it. It is said that Chili is to...

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 February 1857

1 ! ADVERTISER, It. W. FURXAS, Editor. IVK?DAV M0RNLVO, FEBRCART , 1857. 5 II. PakviV, General Advertising Ag?nt,i rear '$' Vork, Ladies' and Children's hhoe Store, j tt Fourth street, Cincinnati. iJ. VrrrtsciLL k Co. New Vork. S. Swtjijieii, 'o. 43 Chestnut street, Saint """f. Jli"LrG, Troy, Ohio. jir. II. H- Daw-t. Tippecanoe, Ohio. W. 0. NrsGER, Covington, Ky. 6 ' IK Kir. Arebcr, Nebraska. ' Pitkr, Oregon, Mo. piu-o A Kawk, linckport, Mo. hiii'kv White, Nebraska City, X. T. M. W. Tatk, Linden, Mo. .. ri 11 v- T J liAHNX". iuraurmr, 1. auiburiiedApenUtocl licit Subscriptions and i criiM-iiiruts lor me Auvcruaer, ana recieve ana . . t i I .. . jpjit f r monies thereon, Prrm resident In this erritory, coming from n. Tirti'o of the Statk often uggest to as ' - .l -l i t :t.l L i u - - .nv of pcr.ns in their IJ neighborhoods, who riber if they conld aee We always send a speci- . p.,pv. anl persons recie ing, will consider it a ular subscriber. I'ost- ,'iriiaui'n ' wrcome a re ..trr an...

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 February 1857

farmers' tonrl..mit. From the Country Gentlsm&a. C2T EEAEETO C3LT3. Messrs. Editors I have read with touch interest several articles in your paper in relation to rearing and train ing colts, and as I do not consider the eubject exhausted, I will ive you my experience and practice. During the past thirty years, since 1825, I have bred and trained quite a number of colts, and have had no dif ficulty in learning them to be kind and gentle in the harness, or under the saddle, with the treatment I give them. -. For a brood mare, select ono that is sound if you can, but by all means one that is kind to work ; and on a farm she will do almost as much work while raising a colt a3 without, and she can be worked reasonably up to the time of foaling; then let her rest two weeks, and she may again bo put toliht work, such as cultivating corn for two or three hours in a day. And now is the time to commence training the colt, first let him become familiar with you by gently handling him until...

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 February 1857

V.'-:.: ... ' ,y .y y,y. x y x, 1 ? AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO 1IATTEH3 -OF : GENEEAL INTEREST TO THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE. VOLUME,!. BEOWNVILLE, NEMAHA GOUNTT, I N. I THURSDAY; FEBRUARY 12, 185' NUMBER 35. - f :! i ii I i V I :; !' v " i ' Mi . '; j ; 1 ' v ' n i f ; xvxf;U';M i r : . ; I. . xx' Ay 'J'' F : 'l! t iTcbrasIiit '. 'Jpbcrf iscr q. W. FURNAS, ' Seessi atct,.bet. Ilala mi 7ttrf . ' file's Dlock,) " T3UOVNVIII X. ;T. t1x"eUSi ' -.'... " 1Q 'tATES' OF ADVERTISING: . , .-Vare", 12 li'or leii,) one insertion, insertion, ; n.re.one month xVve Months, X Joe year, . ' 1:M Crfi f IinM CF lMS 0De 7er' tfCvlurafi. one year,; - rK-biCI CoUian, one jcar, - ..una 44 H . (;.,!oinn,ixtnontnv . . - "iauf 'uLumn. mntbs,- L.h a . ,e'rbta . - r. ',. thr Clonths. 0,50 2.50 4.00 6.C0 10,00 5.00 60,00 35.00 15.00 10,00 35.00 20.00 10,00 .8.00 20.06 13.00 10,00 6,00 5.00 ' - Ui Column, three months. Oh in ftJnc be required for aH adrertwe-BjenU-ji-t bc-re ctna TcponsibihtT 1 know...

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 February 1857

dlmcral f ntcllipct. "WASiirsGTox, Jan. 21. Senate. Jatacs S. Green 'vho vras elected Senator from Missouri in place of Atchison, appeared in the Senate Chamber this morning, jind was qual ified. - - ' Washington, Jan. 27. Hon. Preston S. Brooks died this evening at Brown's Hotel. He has been in bed two orthrce days, suffer ing from the effects of a severe cold. He was telling his friends he had pass ed the crisis of hi3 illness, and felt considerably improved in health, when he was seized with a violent cough, and died about tenminutes afterwards. The event so sudden, has caused much surprise and sympathy throughout the city. : ST. L0UI3 ADYrilTi: ZIIZXTS. FROM TIES KEWSFAPEB ACVEHTI:- IXG AGENCY OF IV. J . ' 0 iUllJli, Corner of Olive and 3! "Sti., uvc! E,mk- icj; lloiiaj of Ji'ha J. Anderson Co. HJJLLOASS O 122 TTOEX-D. The whole number of miles of rail road, we learn by a Xew York paper, in the world on the 1st of July last, ""'" v v pa(;i;'s patent amount more man cne-niui tf,o...

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 February 1857

f f - i , ;a r T T- "3 e at 7. ) r . rTTTTctfticral Advertisics ir-'-in rc vn-tSi Children M.ce si, fe, r 'm r -h frc., Cincinnati. ! V';1 iv' Co. -New Tork. f VrxtiE, 143 Chestnut street, Saltt ; r MLrNC.. Trcv. Ch;o. I'S-i.. rr ivirirton. by. tUO. w 1' - T- T- ) . M. .v.. " vrrt, Nebraska City, X. T. 1-. ...... - Three Grove. . T. ?- J- , I-,.., A. -mts to gr-lieit Sabscrir lions and e this Territory, eom'nj from se States, cften so;rrest to us Tjf rrsc'BS io their old seihUaoods, who Tv"---? bsame subscriber? if they could see . leorz . t'seSiatei. cften sorest to us . ' . , .- rt x .-, ? . i " ;",aj persons recievinj, will consider it a s"1..:", v become a Trju.arubimbeT. Post ' - ' oti'er. fee'.irj suf.rient interest to make -T . retain- the usual per cent for their I --.'fl r(vrt -extensive additions of rew 4' Cnti "colore'i Inks, Bronze, Cards, Arc, 'V' .v JverJserM 05e, vre claim to s V'or .liirtiselL and Lavir? in bis ' P""- ...'kV. and errcrienceil i be ana parucciiriy :a ...

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 February 1857

Mariners1 tnnunt In most cases the haVit is contracted during the of ki ckinj first month after the cow has had her first calf. If, aa is often the case with well-fed hei fers, the udder is a little feverish at the time, it is often impossihle for the poor creature to stand still while the necessary milking is being done. Fol lowing the instinct of nature, she kicks; and. finding she is thus for the moment freed from pain, continues to do it till 'ihc anger of ihc milker is aroused, and then a lad matter is made much worse. It is better, in the first place, to tie .the heifer by the head ; then set your .left shoulder gently but firmly against her, just back of her right shoulder ; rasp firmly her right fore-leg, below the knee, and with a strap or cord confine it fast in an elevated position. .While standing on three legs she will Rnl Jf T;fHri1f in k-JrV Kn na in hurt you. . Xow take a convenient-sized cloth .and wet and wash the . udder thoroughly with tepid or cold water, after ...

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