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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 17 January 1863

Tho Economy, of Using T H K Family Sewing HacMne. TKrt machines make the celebrated GROYER t MAKER STITCH, wuion taken tte biihet preml aaiat the Illinois State Fair, in September lat, at the Unite States K:r in St. Ljui. in "o0, at.d at.tbe principle t tit riiVthroBft.oul ttecouutry. Ompeieut J'nie st a -Oe-TRn la raver of this titcta, on account of iu treat strength and adaptation u ail kind i.f fatuity and manufactm ins purposes. ; TL folU.wit: T;itJ. will abuw tbe UiCereure in favor . mt Sewing Kachr.cs vef tbeold meib.-d or stitchifig by hLd. In the wording of tbee Macbiotj there J nt nlv a great sv;r,; of labor and tin;. t'fuie adding gieatly the b:i.i.f u;e of the oir.pkTtne u , tut the atitch la much irocger, iiiore clitic, and lens lUb.e to riper ravel taaa C tiicb rcade with ahu-tlea and toboina. Tim comcmed !n making i T.y Machine. By Hand. cp Ladies' GaruieuU. tllk Dresa. Vnslin Shirt, Keriuo Dross, Cbcmiae, Calico Dress, Koreen Skirt, -. Xlgat Dress, Drawera, Sltk iprtm...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 24 January 1863

ADVERTISER. ILLEATCiiPAY, JAN. 24, 1883. x, O C.A. X. r. jr. scA, , , iDTiRTitmo Agent," and Dealer in fiI!fI Dd Colored Inks of the Best Quality, i p . , ctreet. Chicago, IllinolsJs,eur an- ' .-eat for the Jrrruf r and Tflrmer. jdATHSR 4" ABBOTT, STATU AKD FOUICS KEWIPAFri AD- rlTfD aoikcv, 333 Broadway, New Tork, are nT'6'' . i..r the Aivertiter and Farmer. jor, cor 4- co.. Titiif AorsTf, and Dealers In Inks and fterll r 11 klnJ Office Tribune Building, V and Brown's Iron. Building Philadelphia, ,tborir.ed agents lor m rirtucr viu ' mi .. j ri Wood wanted at this office. XrrT have thirty inches of snow now Cincinnati. it ' , What has become of our Library Asso- .... -ti t' l ' ion? " hen witi mere oe a meeting f We will take clean rags in payment jr the Advertiser and Farmer, at two a half cebts per pound. : ' yEw Post Office. The re has been a post Office opened at St. Frederick, flerman Utich, Postmaster. Clcb tor Godet. We desire two more tames to fill up a club for Godey's Uag...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 24 January 1863

I - TM ADVERTISER. .XU, FISHEJX. EDITOR. BROWNVILLE, SATCRDA Y, JAX. 24, 1SS3. The Reorganized pcaocracy When the Rebels inaugurated the war by firing on Ft. Sumpter, mere rariy lincsrnrerfpr the-time abandoned. The PrlSent iad, previous to that time, fol . lowed the usual course of appointing only Tbfen"cf'2ris party organization ; to office; but for the sake of uniting the North, it was discontinued. In the appointments" aftefwar?s"madetheonly quef lions asked were, Is be competent?" "Is he loyally In the army rcerei appointments were made from the Democracy than from the Repahlicws,-. In. .civil offices- even in the CabinetVappotmeiit's made from the ranks of the Demacracy as well as Republicans. The Statesmen of the country Republicans, Bell, Douglas and Breckinridge men by common consent, tbacdoned their prty organizations.- t They 'agreed with - Douglas that it-was time enough to argue political questions after the country was saved. Until after the fatal Bull Run defeat, the ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 31 January 1863

....m- : Nebraska QrDucrti u L I.. SUtD EVERY SATl'IDAT BT rlE T.'t FISIIEltv; .;;:: RATES OF ADVLUTIMING. -- One f qnare (ten lines or less) cc lnfrtioii, Kadi additional insertion - ..- . - , Bwn Cards, fix line or less, q yer One crf!3mn one year ; . - , 0ie hi? roluiti vne yfr - ,, 0.i ontth cui !.ma ou yer ''" One eights colama cce year Cneeotuma Mt roonth , Oae ball colnriin six months One fourth cvltma six month! - One etgith of acolnmatix xuoctha OtiecoianiB tbree atonths . . '; One half c-oloran tt ree month . ' Ons fourth CTiiumn three tncn'vs Oae euhtu culiinjn taree ui.'M i,i '. - . Annonadaz Candidates t'r OSre, fe . ) r w - 1? t t$ u r 12 Ct 13 S n c 6 ca , . I . story Stnckl8r8 Block, Main Street, rrlRNAS A FISHER r ruorniETOKS. I .,.r trpait..,T,lc -tflt,tJ if paidattbeeiiuofSi j - " .. , 15 TEBMSi $2 00 "LIBERTY ATTD UNION, ONE AND INSEPARABLE, NOW AND FOREVER.", months 2 60 TranKieot advertiseiuenta must he pai 1 for la a4vaa 1A tl B AA Yearly aUTrUsraent3, quarter...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 31 January 1863

I ' ' ' i i imiiii ; J t mill Urn llTHmn IIIT' WlE'ADV.EllTISER.l TT; It. FISHER. EDITOR. I7WNVILLE. SATCROAT", JAN. 31. 1S53. The News. A-tveek atro there teemed to be a . itrdnrjj "probability that important battles Tvouli "fought immediately by the Artny of the Potomac, by Rosecrans in iVnn'essee, and by the army in North Oarolina. Now the prospect is entirely ch'anlred, so far as the Army of the Po tomac is concerned at least. , The tele . . m 1a J 1 U A t a n V TT W a ri SMI a rnofements. One day.it would state that air attack was to be made above rreu ericfcsburg, the next that it would be be low Predericksburg; then that the army were ciovinj were crossing, the 'river wre fighting that Hooker was mor taly wounded that the Rebels had sent many thousand soldiers to Tennessee and North Carolina, and that victory was al most certain. ,. Nextihe news, comes that en account of heavy rains, and a sudden rise in the River, it was. found impossi ble, tq. cross, and as the Rebels had n...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 31 January 1863

FOR: FAIX TRADE. SADDLERY ! SADDLERY 1 1862. 1862. . A m Pobllfhed Dallfs Tri-Weekly and Weetlr. ISC 2. TilE HISSOURUEPHBUCAIl. s r: o c .a. 3i. r n. SCRirLK. 1 ' 1btIti AocT. and Dealer in ft1 . n..,..rd lake of the Best Quality, IVror tbe J-nHr and Farmer. " 1 AfiTHrX I- ABBOTT, 3.rT 6tCT, Broadway, New Tork. are r'"'eJai:enia1oribe jKTtf rfue r and Farawr. jor, COL t CO.. ' Acr". and Dealers la Inks and rT' . . .,v;i riffle Trlhmia Building. ' IUIf "u . ' t and Brown'. Ire ;f-UI W 14 - . ' Building. Philadelphia, Aivert'aer and For- wanted at this office. ;.VocP l.r correrpondeace.frora Fort' Hal l see first page. . ' y Lvmao Beecher died at bis home tf jjjve several letters -which we are i "ed to leave out this week. . i?c . .nrt5ED. Rer. A. G. White has .ced from his risk to the States. .' -T,ct9 are due to Hon. S. G. Daily ffv.ors received from Washington. of -k,.r n rrcw an unuuat . nmuum v " larssnrnong thp children cf this city. TbeVe s but little change in the mar's- ri St...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 31 January 1863

i "i i. ' " i i L? . , " . - The Economy of Using ) FRANKLIN ; Family Sewing Uacliine." ftixt rrilnea make the celebrated GROTLH t BAKER STiTCII whichba taken tbe tidiest premi um at tie Ulitwia Stale Fair, In September last, at ih Sailed States Pair la St Lou.s. lu lttJ. and the crindpie 8;ate Fair throughout ti.e country. ; . Camueif.t Judf fare decision in favor of thi Hitth. ..a icciint or Us reat streualh and adap'atiou W all kioda of family and t.iar.tiract.iilii.iriirpr. The Mtvwimt Table -will eh.wtbe ujneteiue in favor f Sewin Machines over theuld uieli"J r stitching L; hand. In lie working of: these Machines there i nly a great saving- of labor and ime bfude adding greatly te the bealtbfulnessof ibeeioph.rii.n , tot the thcb lunch tronre', ni"re elastic, and liable to rip "ravel Utaa Ui atucfa made wna ahu.tles ana kobbiua. ' i ' I . Time conanraed In making i Ey Machine. By Hand .i .iiiM i;ruiuu. Ttuura. niin.illour. Mi 10 min 15 S5 cd Ladies' Uariaeuls. !IIure. 9- Ik lir...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 7 February 1863

SiTUEDIT Br ' . 1 R. FISHER, J Story Stricfcler's Block, Alain Street, .3 EEOWNVlLIiE, H. T. , ; f . . ; - AS & FISHEtl pirOPRIETOKS. TEH MS s ' -t If paiJin-dmnce, - - -..-.$2 00 ""yl. if Lidsttbeendof 6tnentb - 60 " .. " " 12 00 "ft" or nifl're v' te furuisbeo' at $t 60 per videliiie easb accompanies tbe order, net . P' t; S IN ESS CARDS. - o n v r-v rv , A rv 3THE AFFLIClfED. dr. A." GODFREY, 3YS1CIAN, SURGEON jBSTE'f R I C I AH, ! in France, bavin twenfy-flre years' expe JTrbe Vrdictl cince. aul one of tbe correpun f tfca 'American Joirnalef tbe Me'licat Scien fv lofteJ permanwMy In BrowuTille, and re , MttPrvier hi professional services to th x;it ".'Jin, ci;v anJ vicinity. " l nut oii fiiie Lis service to common practice, fiA tie:n to chnmic iMases diseases of long 'V-Mi'.iirnant Tuniura and Sores Abscesses and ..Cancers and Sore Eyea, exen vartlal Blindness, j CAmmonly called FalUns Sickueis, Fatsy, T ii llvepy. Consumption in tbe flrsi and ';:e luanity in avme form, and ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 7 February 1863

?IHE" ADVERTISER. T. H. FISHER. EDITOR. BROWNVILLE. SATURDAY", FEU. 7, 1883. .! BrowQTlltc School District. 'We hare obtained the followins sta- tistics tith regard to the financial condi tion of ibis School District : The amount of indebtedness- to teach ers is S250, '". The amocnt levied for the continuance ' of schools and which will le due in June is 270 60. The amount of Territorial Fund can not be less than $123. The Charter of Brovmville City pro rides that not less than $25 License shall be collected from every store and ' Saloon retailing Spirituous Liquors. If -r this is collected it will make a fund of at least S100.- "'The License Law as amended provides "that each establishment retailing liquor 'hall pay into the County Fund at least .$15. There are in the County eight or nine places where liquor is retailed, yielding a revenue of at least $120. .The proportion' due to Brownville would be about S2a There will be therfore, (if all is col lected) in the Treasury of this D...

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 February 1863

li .-. . .i- ----.tti: e. : . .r--T"' - ::(:.:. ' fClllSH. ITEBT IATUEDAT BT T. B. FISHER, rates or ADvnr.Tisirir;. One ctrare (lea lines or less) one lueerua, $! C3 Each ad'litiosal insertion - - . e-t Burmese Cards, six lines or 1;, ooe year 01 One column one year - - . it ca One iaif column ne year uet Ojo fonrth column ena year - - ?f Oue eisiiia column one year . - Ho Coetoiaaju six Months - - 41 t i Ooe sail ooljima six saoatiiS - . t J li One fourth column six lawnths li Ce One eighth of a column Ux moctba 11 One column three months - . . 11 S J One half column three months . h S3 One fourth col amn threat mocth . . li i OceelxbUi colatnn three smnibs - ft ev Announcing Candidates for O3oe, - 6 09 Transient advertisements tnsst be Dai l for la sutum: fix): V Story Strickler Block, Llain Street, . : ! : . i t 1 , : -UBNAS & FISHER, PROPHIETOIIS. t If PW In advance, - - - $S 00 rrnrT. ' pidettheendot months . 2 60 " " " M " 00 " " n or more will be furnished at $1 60 per LI...

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 February 1863

THE ADVERTISER. ji lt. FISHER, EDITOR: m).ovyviLLE;?ATr:iiDiTFEB..2fi. isj3. ; , . , ; Ccia Discoveries. ; Tbffvrestempapers are now filled with latter from- Orere:v Washington.' nd Western -Nebraska ; cotnioin exciting accounts of new discoveries or mines of ''jrpasin5 richness. We hare heretofore paid but little attention to the rumors, a a-fie:-- - Crtaia towns are interested in gettm- n , d thai, the tak of up sucn excwemenis. iuuc i ' dora very much , emote without "some fire, Most of the rpers Vouch forjhe respect ' lility of these letters. ( We were yesterday shown a letter '' from Mr. A. B. Bjxbt, a. relation of Mr. Coleman, and well knowu by v many of our citizens. He ray? new mines hare Veen discovered oa i Snake Piver, : 160 miles from Wallah Wallah, which now pay although they hare to heat their wau rs to washvit now pay $50 to the nan'. He advises Mr'.' Coleman to resign the jerries, and come out immediately, and trir.g his family . with him. He' says - flour is" worth ...

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 February 1863

I 1 1 n-7 t.;,bA hv the Coroner are - ti . Mr." Cooke D"a V:$ house, from bis business rDC cwubhis cleric Mr. Jevveu, i,atcTtnJ . i FJendav ereninrr lbrLkend M. J t well had al , COO . J onrr rpd It r. "7 o in -'T-frisbed tea VM. ft . " sC Shortly "r ma cotclD ,Ui ''iSrne words passed between -jb? L and bis wife of an unpleas- CftLr nature, and Coote turning xt inrited bim to go up town J tube could not eat there. I v Vent op .returned I r Q bi belt about him, and again llD? aain bard words were used, : "!.. i..B starting from - his chair lA)VB-'"t , 1 J reToIrer, cociteu u, tti.u. - "" tbe pistol was discbard, and Mr. feL expiring- instantly. I seems i.e--,h cf these present were alarm-rl,V-i thus drawing his pistol, and i . L . 1- - r 1. :,, ay it. Its UD o.a uiuvu iu mv . .roirfit tofrijrbten those about fjl j neither believed when he drew &it be intended to kill hinself. - ' j ' Horrible Case of Poison. extraordinary "case of . poisoning, abtless willful, occured in the west...

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 February 1863

The Economy of Using T Bl Fcifly C crying Hachine wa-tln mike Use celebrated OSOFXJl ' JLfXX X STITCll. wbich fca take n tbe bUba.t prel waaat tbe Illinois 8iate Fair. In September last, at tu Talutf States Fair la St. Lon:s, la 1SW. and at tba Kloatpie ;te Fairs tnrousbout the country. Cmpiut Jadte (area decision In rarer or tan aatua, aacvunt or iu great slrsnrt and adaptation to It ttadt of family and manufacturing purposes. Tit following Table will sbow tbe differ'" In favor W tewing If acblnes eTer the old meibud or stitrblog by aa4. la tr. working or tbcte Itacblnes tbtre is uot sir art Ting or labor and time, bendea audius: greatly to Ue aeaUbf ulness of tha emp'cymea , but tbe silua is teach atronger, more elastic, and ia liable to riper ravel l&aa tfc.e aUtca made wit abu.tles and fcufeUne. I Bni owrread la making By Kaealne. ) By Hand. cjDtm. n cn. min.'Huur. aim. a Lediea' ttanaasit. Mlk brass. 6 lot is 19 Kaslia Shirt, X arise Prooa, CaemUa, Calico Dress, Vereea Skir...

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 March 1863

I !l M M of itrf ! Iff ! tCtlSHED IVERY SATVESAY. DT . T. R. FISHER, ; ; 1 'ctory 3trlcklsr'a B3ok, Jaia Street, EE0W2CVILLE, II. T. . tt R N A S FISHER .'.iwir If raid in advance, " rir",y 'if UidattLeendof 6i " " rt 4 . " ' IS - - - - f 7 00 raontta 2 50 n " x oo . :n 1.. ..... t . Y 4 4 At r-.fl . . r.cN . ' ..lAd th cai RCConrtieXh orfer, net s. PIU . , "pUS I N B S S 0 A R D S . yTSE AP.FLICTED pni A. .GODFREY, pirirsiciAN, SURGEOIS OB'S 7ETR I C I A K,: t'TTfei i" tthticp; havlnp twenty-five Torn eire- rinire f ' f!h Arriericen' Joynnl of tP Mv1isl S-'ien- i -a-ed rTiini;nily in r.wijTiNe, nj rt "t tenets Lis j ruH't-icm-l ejfi-us to He clt fr'r7:ii''i'J''"i v'.c:a:;y. . ,. r "l rPt c ! fine vs Frvices o romon frctce, .i-i-T-.'t l'..e'.' t cl-.n c is)e',.i.vre of Ion? ' i-r, .MUvnsttt Trrr anil Sot' Abee.st acl Ivey. c-mmiy caiw Kaiiin Sicknr;. i-finy. . Trk'i-d ' ri-rtScular afnon r'n la'Agnc: rri'-l 'if irres'f.l, ri-- refeenrfr t .iho'e . pro .lrr4 incurab. ia H,e Cui'.cU S...

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 March 1863

JGfT apt? V t 1. 1 . H j Pom Hudson. Feb. 18. Th Alex andria (La.,) Democrat extra, received iere coutaind the oCcers report of jCaph. Kelsey, commanding the forti fications oh Bed River. He aair 2 gunboats hid made their appearance in front of this position at 12 o'clock last nicht. After "a brisk cannonade, :leadinf .the Gunboat Queen of the jWest to strike her collcrs' Cap. Hut ton was ordered to iro abouad and de- mand her surrender. He reports but 16 ;oScers and crew aboard, the others having escaped under cover of .night. IThe result ot t&c capture consiBis oi , ?5 12 pounders, one slightly damaged, hpfiidM a Jarre suddiv ot oranance g'tores and Quinine, 2 cases of ampu . tatinrr ingtrum en tes, clothing, flour, ,Wnn beef.Dork.lard, bread and other -stores. 'The Democrat says the vie ofvxra eomnlete. erand and decided . i Washintgiv Feb. ,25. The Post : master General has issued instructions ithat the larger post-of2ces"'of the UnntrTtn collect, on and after. March ' list,...

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 March 1863

I J. I ::':r:::r.'. tv)k ;r-:':: r -V ,. ! -l i SB'- r. . tu" res -T ) r fff p' ! i. " .t v' a'', aint "t Fin?" i kS, . be ft , ' ,-tt"' ri-Si ( SATPBCA Y. .f)LI3 ' T ... 1 V - ; .1 , x. It. lasiiuu, f 4 StoiT Strickler'B JSlocld, ilain Street. ' -r- -r T? 7T r - 4 - ... if paid in sdvar.ee. - - -B,T ,f Did attbeemlrrtS ruonthf for 2 50 12 " 8 00 "".!" or more will be frr.;bol at $1 0 per p(M" t-jihe cb accompanies the order, not "yn. A. GODFREY, pgySlOIAIT,' SUKGEON , ,'rnc. having twentr-eve yeir' ere ..Vm' rrance. bavin twenty-eve y ' irt, UeJical f-jenfe. an4 onof Uiorrei.a, Trtoit lB 1 Amejican Jourrial tf ih Ms?iC4j "Si-ierr-f-iicj reroiarently in BrottrIliet aM re- ' r 1 . . mm i Kiwttu ,,rngnt Tumors and Sorw Alsceseii and u"dinr7nr'an(iS.jre Kye. eveo partial SUwlnesa, r rTninwnl' FJ'iug Sickness. Palsy. jr.ierr. "VvtvfVfjf ,GstirjptiB a the. flrsl nd j insUiiTiu avine fornis, ana 4ieaes 01 J J7 p.rticular atteotion paid. U Ague. ! rr,-,'ii if requested, gi- reference to uw...

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