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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 11 June 1863

- - -- v -- . . v-- ' - , - Nebraska &&uci1iscr. Nebraska CitJucrtiscr; v.. SHED EVERY SATCkbAY BY V .rates or ADVi;irnNt?.(J. : One Kjnare (ten lines or Uss) yae iserUuri, $1 CI E.ich additional itinera, n .... - j Business Cards, fix linea or less, one reir 6 CO Cue column oneyear -. - - - tic One ball column ne jear .- - - . 40M Ce fourth col nam on yer - - 53 J One eijrhta column one yer - - H One column sis months fti One half column six rnor.ihs il M One fourth column six month - . 15 Ct One euhth of colnaio six month - 12 ra One column three months - - 24 ft One half column three mnih- IS 8 One loarta column Ihree ui ctbi - li 04 One einbtit colimin three months - ! W Annonncim-Candidates for OiTbe, - C0. .Transient arvertiemens must be paid for ia aJraatS. Tear t? advertisements, quarterly in 4itv nee. ' la Tran.-cieat AJvertUemeuii,- f.-aorions over ofc sq-jare wiri be charged for by the line, at the rife of tea ceatsth Crt week, and 5 cents eica snite-t'ient weels,...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 11 June 1863

t t i THE 'ADVERTISER. ' T. It. FISHER. KDITOR. VILLI;. SATLTvDAr, JCXEffi 1SC3. 1: The Late Tragedy. We', would willlnglj avoid all allu .cion'to the Tragedy that occurred last Saturday, were it not that our duty as a journalist-required it. We Avill briefly - state- tbe facts as thej were elicited at the Coroner's Inquest ; and refer to eorat of the causes afterwards: 'Directly after dinner on Saturday, a Jand of men crossed the river from Missouri. They inquired for "Tobe" Handley, and said they were going to shoot him. Handley had left in the morning ; . bid his friends farewell, and it was generally supposed he could not be found ; nobody in town knew where he was. But in a few minutes they met a boy from the country, who informed them that Handley was seen at Mr. Dodd's, a few miles west of town, and was about starting as a teamster, for Ft. Hearny. They then attempted to press horses to carry them out, but as they could find but on a pony belonging to the boy who was their in...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 11 June 1863

ADVERTISER. sC. H- SC RIVEN, pyj-nti'iNO Agent, and Dealer In ta nd Coir Inks of the Be-ft Quality, ! pM . r the Advert iff r and Farmr r .,. thp NVLraUa Srcon.' is . 4 niit this week Jor want of room. aleJ 01" . : v LcsnBAt-cn. Pavcee Indian B . , .iw the Par.If- iai- ,f has at his Book Store a u II. y.. ., . , M'c- . e -n ihe low r"ce of cents. m I. -oi ic nnw under tV frw. fR. V. Muir. . Mr. Muir has de- to purchase it for sonre time. i: r r,ma letter just "xeivcd, and which jj j.j polish next week, we learn that ieN First is row at' Pilot Kcob, Mo. fAErrsTtKS and others. See an ad Ter:ir.cnt from B. F. Lushbaogh, in T 'vpr column, of "School House to 0" Sit Second. We saw a number of iiers of the Neb- Secund Cavalry in yesterday. They belonged to Com- Latest adrices from Mexico, brinj jr-ellience of the capture of Puebla. Tie French will itsmed iately start for the Ci;y cf Mexico. The D:cver and Spread Eala passed cp the rirer on Thursday. The Denver tad on fcrd S00 mormons, emi...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 11 June 1863

TIIE KXICKEI1C0CKEU .H0XTULV: , DEVOTED TO , Literature, 'Art, Science, Politics, Society '. ' ANNO UJSTCEltENT, i The pioneer of American Monthlies will ienceforth ( be known aa the J KXICXiXIXIIOCXIEIl JIOXTIILY: I A UTIOHAL MAC AtlVE OT LITERATCEE, ART, . inn KAriETr. . It will l-e u.e ana vl the present conductor not on y . U earfam ib former proupe. bat to eiteud its circle f riders, and make it a welcome guest in every American bouebo.d. W.tH tbi view oa Ubor ei - ex. p,M will be apared In eour.n the bisb Uleet. mt alone vn this aide of the Atlantic, but in . bold fcemifplere. .rit,k Alihoup literary Mapaame, it will not hrink the dar. free from all party bias. It ill e'"l'rf !Ln a. mlacell.ueou. cu.ieau. nute. n current Venus review, of new lok., and literary, art eien - t.rt! rou'ic! and dramatic tipi while the 'Editor's Table wi.b which the reader. f 'Old K.hicC have been 'o tamiliar, will be monthly spread with the cliiceit literary viands the market tan anpply. It i. thu....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 18 June 1863

i ! I .: 1 . .3 jTERT SATVFDAT BY tl'T B. FISHER, 3trieKjer,s Block, Maiti Street. UBOWNVILLE. N.T. o N' A S FIS II K 11 , .UllHIKTOIS. iwii m sdvanc. - 2 0u ' . ,.h cWO"'lm,',' 1 "r vriier, DOT tflE AFFLICTED. iiit . ooDi-m.y. jySlCIAN, SURGEON iBSTET R I C I A N, UiliW IM con p,n- ul K"iii'cn ly n Br.wnvtlle mii1 re- I I"" I e..p vice to common pr.ciice ff 5 Diy Cvikuuh'-m " f nl on i mi ,i-i.n iiki iu Aiiue. t I..It..ltIlhuur eiibrl H. p. ii5o lr BREITHEYR & ROBISOX, " MAN CFACTCnERS OF :EOOTS AND SHOES, KAlK ftTWttK riBT JLKO EtOKTI., huoW'.N II.LK. N. T. ! trr-r.,ilv imrrhal the Shoe Shop torniei ly 'Tp. STEWART, tCLlCTICAPHYSlCAl N caOH"' WEIIRASK.4. Lrvprfl. C. Lett' Droit Store, H luday'i fit 6-n43-ly EDWARD W. THOMAS, ATTORNEY d AT LAW, SOLICITOR IN CH " NCERY. 'ifflt c-mer .f Main anl FirM Streets. E3JWNVILLE. NEBRASKA. SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY GOODS ! MRS. 31 AH? HETVETT, . inm.nnces lothe la-lies or B ownville and :j cmty, hii te Is j just .eocived from the Eit in...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 18 June 1863

THE ADVERTISER 'f 1 T O TJT -r. I mrvtrnMl BROWN VILLS, S ATURD Ar, JUNE & 1863. The Neirs. It will le seen f rem ccx telegraphic columns that the rebels are making a raid into Maryland and Pennsylvania. This is a change of Programme that veare iioi fcorry to hear. It will stop for awhile the stale song, '-All quiet on the Poto u.ac." They will doubiless commit many dt-prtdations, and steal :tgreat deal of property, but they will be much exposed, and we hope the larger portion of them will be bagged before they get back. The latest reports brought by possen gers on the boat, state that they were at Hurrisburg-; and that the Governor of New Yo'rk:had 'called out 30.C00 mihtia, which were to be put under Gen. Mc Clellan. Militia to serve for six months was being rapidly raiV-d in Pennsylva nia, Maryland and Ohio. Gen Hooker was retreating to the de fences of Washington, and Lee was close at his heels. Law and Order. Of late we hear a good many sermons, on the above text.- Some of ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 18 June 1863

.. l,';i.. 'aU'! -T C,i:z n-t of r " ..' .. t. i C r., , .J . . 1 ' r 1 .i' CLurcli 1,1 liroiu.rille : rv. " I uiigliii? niatiut-r in which the cords were J' ed rJr private uh-n notbe subject V coi,uH.d..m ord-r; of great ,,a,ur,ance lai oc ttVir.d.ath no i,.tataineouS. .ft'S ' i..r h tn-uUe. a:iJ u;a.i tiu tur-- Cufid tu.ce uft.ariivtJ.au this m..i ? th-v buaz fir .boum time. , V are mid nru;h the DardwielH and ta B.-,,hc.ra.i.hii to a?:i vu io .e n-tulutiyns an ititt rK.ri in -yojr r'r j. naturally vu i -x- ! r?l.'i il.at 'rtu!.:isoi lMif r'l4,.i u ;lK-.f ' tul as i t-uxtu x...t v ...,; .v, ' 7 .luji'iii?.'."' :u;tulasil,f!,e j .1 T .. vfeal aie. aflt r thi : :,( oi"" .... 1 n.iiM7n . ll llil vllnn 1.1.1,1 I ....crtaiiized, and su:pjsiiM t:tt r urioiiS with a caption wouid be 'f ''i J asfc,'l intended th-se only jjnioiial io .-ucb as righi be adoj.n d. VotiTs, JtsSE JoUN. r 'orci- That we reoinn.nnJ to the n-nf NVtniht I'juniy iu caltivate l" nue 'ita oUJiher, and thht we fr- 1 .....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 18 June 1863

3 ft) 0 C 0 1 6 0 3 3 c; I r . - W J " - L, I -1 -o r f t - r I i H tl L (j . i , f Literature, Art, M:iMeti, Politics, Society; ANNOUN CiiMENT, -5 TT. picrwr'or' Amc;icn Jljnth lies will heneerortb te tuuwn lie . V ," uivicuciinociica iiotiii.t: A KATIOKAL 5MGAZI5KOF 1ITK B Al CBE. 'AKf w SC1KNCE, POLITICS AMJSOUETY. 'It will be me ana r the ine-cm coiindif notonrr-iasu-tata it-T.irmfr m-'l:e n t-vx'e i- i'siirele r refers, and nuke i a HfW guest tu evny American b-m-ewd W-ln tni vie' " law "r ' reuse wlil be spare! In f eeiriii3 ibe hll.ct rder ..r talent. ot aMie vii this siJe' of lb Atlantic, but In both beniispberes . . . v i v ' Although Itterarv Macarine. If wW not chrtiirc from hodij disoM-mg the great political 0,'iesti sm the ar, nee tr-m mi tarty bit lt-wiil embrace among' tr'mi.-etiatie..ni. tueiK a current event, reviews r new & and liiearv arf.vie tlflw muLa! and dramatic it '-sip; white tt.e K ili.i'ii Table.' iu wuii piie.reaU.srs v-t old Chick' bave been so wuil...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 25 June 1863

i I : i i iii Z7Z77xrrt F.niTOR. 5K0 7nrSlish but half-sheet this n 1 &jn time to celebrate the our . ft We fiiye usaa amount Us fourth. Fourth of July. m the citizens of this county v rroper arrangements to cele. Tr Fourth I Perhaps they are. brte the 1 ufi to remind mem that countrr. until, thow rr j t.i r- ,rIY ' I f.v ilro frti" r ronora I inrr - Lar very icn w j- fcoion i distinguished citizen from "jii cxpcte( t0 deliver, an ora- a ir jire not able to state posi- Mnti rA beinc murl bv Bat tnwt7m" J tie Cossittee. appointed, t0 procure fPlier .. . At the meeting 10 mue arrange- cents for the Fourth, it was decided ami to have a "Free ihnner. me ground selected was John W. Hall's Grove, two and a half miles southwest of Peru, A eoEaittee of nine, consisting of . ti Tt - T t lfnfrTT art4 A mtmnn irvo vf . V. Q.r)J T I Jucoore. . I .v t--t, Chm Hnrcher. Theo. 11 ill. VOicui 'I v ti j tt ccov:ne j ir , r , U(in wv-i, 7 - Pwlfn, and H. Utecht, were appointed iron ice Tnw " . , ,...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 25 June 1863

cla f pr x Sis 1 b( S ii lee 8t c 1 or! t BU J ail or brt ' In- Col - 1 Oft t an ml 1 l'g w po cot at Inl qui jo. lot ice r 1 Sot tl tea Ii n lid lia IK ii t r anj Ke V.J $5 on CH t-2f 1 r4 be Ml eel ci te t a of rl tat ode we get A for da w tu. Et vr let ret mi I" Til ret we ite et )( II. en f4 At '1 i t IS b an W it i an tor 0 he u d I en ft ft T THE ADVERTISER. BROWN VILLE, SATURDAY, JUNE, 1S63. B O C A L. K a! . - . C. Jf. SCRIVEX, General Advertising Agent, and' Dealer is rew, book, ana i,oiorea iois oi me ot-oi i), js"o. 63 Derborn Street, Chicago, IMVnola.la tut it- taorixei agent forftbe AdtertHtr and 'Farmer, .. MATHER 1r ABBOTT, tal tbi HI n trn Tal t cbv I m ma ' United STAtia anu FtuHEiGN NtwtFArra A; ZXTisiNO Agenct, S33 Broadway, Tew Tork, are nr authorized agents for tbe Advertiter and Farmer. adtertiiino Agents, and. Dealera In Inka and f rinting Material or all kinds, Office Tribune Building, KewTork. and Brown's Iron Building Philadelphia, are oar aathoriied agents...

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 July 1863

I I i .... t-r I 'cbmslcaC-l-jucvltscr. T. II. FISIIEIt, C:;r.A E :tory C trickiar'e Clock, LlaiS Etreet, ir.OV.'NVILLE, u. t. 1 ! M '"I'M ' ' c vf ; i ' ratim or ADvr:i;T;i:.: Or. Tre (tpn !'.e or aae li-er:. a Waca im--. ca - T-c r!riff C.rJ, is i.aei c-r cn yir )i e tu!t.i.a oinjfir .... Ove fcil ciiaa oca year- OuO jouriii o-icrta oti 7Cr - Oce euS.ti column or jer Oriacoiaa six omiSi ... 'One 'ajif solcn:a s;S rr. r!. - . Ozielcnrlh lusii maitt ( i(tfc:fc of coiitca ix c srt -On eo!nma thT9 cu'.h i - -On I tlf coltjtna tbre n-j'i'?) -Ona latrth colnmi lbrf rrn n'M Oae eiibtlj coiomn tiree m n5t Anconucir.jCjnrtiiiate'j for U."c-, r f j .1 . V ) i ; 4 4 !i 1 J i; i i n s s . J ; i Mil r nil s .. n h ! ! run:; As a fishi:u, Ten , if ruM in advanre. . - - 2 00 . . ' " " 12 " 00 .V.lluV.-v,.iHit.e cwhrfoiuj,.r.ie.tt order, not .br i-e 4 n "LIBERTY AJND TJI.'ION, ONE AND IKEEPEHADLE, KOW AUD FOREVE2.' Transient adTe.'tiieaient rnjs b ps? I for in elfi VOL. VII. BROWNVILLE, 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. — 9 July 1863

THE ADVERTISER. ri-GVTN VILTX, S ATLT.DA V, JULY " t 1 S-13. ir;c wiiippld ix ri;xxsu vim. HI3 AIIMV UTTERLY 7.0UTED AND DE MORALIZED. , - IIC Leases tUCO PRISONERS, am 5,ccj killed. rillCE TTniFITD AT ILALI3A.. ri:8 TAKL'N. Tfc3 r,::l Cc7. ; crX TIce Prcsl Cert Steppers (a 7;:;r.!r..2te2, . !a rrc:;cf c Terms cf Fcr.ee. Never tir.ee' the commencement of the War has there been ?uch a streak of good lurk,, en J so much glorious news, ns during; the past week. Vick'burg, the great stronghold on the Mississippi, and the most impor tant place in the Confederacy, at last puccums to Grant's bravery and strut egy 18,000 prisoners . were there titcn and pr.rclled. Lee is whipped near Gettysburg, and torts in hot haste for Richmond, with a less in killed, wounded and prisoners of fall one-third cf his Army, and a strong probability that his retreat will be cut off at the Potomac. In the meantime General Dix has sent a portion of his army on the Peninsula forward, and threatens Richmond, whil...

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 July 1863

L V. v: 5' J HI i i I. . f ' I. ! r dtftorV tliviVido" of LonstrHpis corps wliicb arrived there on . Wednesday nijrht.-l'-ft yesterJay tn.,r;jin, taking The Wanesboro road toward Chaniberiburg. The fone was estimated at from 7 to 10,000 infantry, cavalry and artillery, nccoinpanied ly a lae wajja train. The whole of JLontreets corps had crossed the Potomac and were aivanciri in different direu? ions into Ft i.:y!v. There were but few relol tro ;- j at Jia perstown yesterday, all havilig gons u l'enn. .Lee and staf! are on this side of the riAer. New York, 27. Herald's HarrisWg tpecial last night says, the citizens are organizing to serve in the nile pits. Rebel advance still continue in the. vi cinity of Carlisle. .. The Susnuehaunah has risen twenty inches. At headquar ters to-night it is taid the rebels appear to be concentrating in the Blue Ridge pastes, and seem far.airancei with Hooker in their rear. Precaution has been taken to secure the railroad bridges from a sudden descent...

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 July 1863

t Wtj KNICKERBOCKER MONTHLY: . DIVOTID TO Literature, Art, science, Politic-, Society. ANNOUNCEMENT, I Th rlcneer of American MjnihUet will henceforth -e known the -ISICKEH DOCKER MOXTIIIY: 4 XATIOKAA MAOAZIXC OT t,ITIATCr, AIT, ) CirKCi;,OLITIC. AHDtOCIKTT. I It will bo the Aim of the present conductor not only uui iu former prtttipe, but to exteud its circle I render, and mike it welcome guest la every merican household. With tble view, no labor-or ex ens will be pred la ecuring the highest order of alent, not loce on tail tide of ice Atiautic, butts otb hemispheres. i Although. literary Kagatln, It will not hrlni 'ota boldly ciscustlng tie great political question of h tfar, tree froia all party bit. It will eahrae moo tt mlacelleneona content, notes on current rent', revlewa of new book, and literary, Art, taen iae, musical ad dramatic Rosip while tte 'Editor 1,-t'e with which the reader of 'Old K.ici' tare ? eea to lamS'.iar, he monthly epied with the .bolcest literary viand th...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 16 July 1863

; - . , . - . .. - tatrmrjmtfjuatum 'lUCTaranratiw. -r - - 1 kat:::3 or AD.rr.T One n-jr.are (en :'-;jr l?s) r-?s C--r ' I 1 c : '""T t " . i Ore ' "oU'imit oi 'y.-r Or.o iMlf co'.iit .! i r Oue fonrt?i-'iUir!ii ? y r -Ore p:-1 xj c I'j-.m cr. ; " ': : ioi-;nn lr el' t.:v ' - !!: cl.lf "-Ixpn ixti. : a iu;.;a !X t - 3 ' (;' l'.vL". J cf "i CInTiD f :X .-,? r,.'.i!'a ttree cn-ntiu v '?:f coJuian tliree noa'-fij i; .'.frticcl mn three ciir.'bi Oae eolith cilamn three mentis .Aisni-CB-ii.iiC'aBai.tafe for (:t-ce, T.'jnsieit a : crT.i-:iiei:r u::.: l-e v Ti ...riy a.!'.e,-'-isc;crr--, -rvn-.rrly :u 1:1 tT.i;JM-'.c:it j Jvfr'i-"--" :-' f ."ini.re 'A'i M ; rryav.'l f -r t.y .e ' . - t X A I v.- 173 Sl-li- ni.-'i X 117 1- v i.:.1iir3 Clock, Ida" wX WNVJI LS, K- T. wit. if ii i i - t 1 v. vv'- "NT .I'll1 , r.r 'ice, . in,' ) i"' I . 5 r i - 6 .J ;.l f .7 li ain.?. i it A !' .'!' t. tt patf " i i r k. Ut-t i .iiO at'v f-' 1 - k LIBERtPAND UNION, O N C A N D INSEPARABLE, NOAV AND F O It EVER....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 16 July 1863

THE ADVERTISER. T. It- FISHER; EDITOR. BKOtrTiLLE, ik&zijrr, July if; iso3. ' : Tulsc Statements. - It eccs3 lately, as if the "Fatter of Lies' had been let loose in this Ter ritory. We have room to refer to but few of the many falsehoods that are now circulating in this community, ana m tms .lerrruory. In the N. Y. Tribune of June 27th, ve find the following, from an Omai ha correspondent "TROUBLES IK SOCTHEBK NeBBAEXA. The Southern portion of Nebraska was principally settled by Missourians and French half breeds. They are conse quently intensely Copperheadisb. Ever fcince cur national troubles commenced, that portion of the Territory has been in almost a constant broil. There has been a large number of murders and a large quantity of horses stolen. Recen'.Jythe disturbances have broken out afresh. The Governor is now in that ponion of the Territory endeavoring to restore or der and quiet. lhe above is an unmitigated talse hood. The author is either grosely ignorant of the char...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 16 July 1863

PVERTISER 4 LOCAL. "COUNTY AND ClTY OrDHV-S. 7c have a. few County Orders,' and :w City Warrants for sale. The Weatiier. TUs far this snm f r the weather here in Nebraska has cn rather cold. It is true we have ,1 a few hot days, lut the nights re been almost uniformly cool. Mr. Hake has removed his Daguer n Kstablishmrnt to Corner o! maia j Firt sireet, second story of Mr. Ridley's Block. Goon Cocks. Ladies, if you would be r.ov?n as good cooks, and would avoid i mortification of having poor biscuit tea when you hare company, use D. . De-Lnnd & co.'s Chemical Saleralus, A that only. For sale everywhere. DrcvrxED. On Monday la?t, tvro :ns of John Berg, of A?pinwall, were rovf ned in the Missouri river. One, r;hn Adam was about nine years, and he other, Jacob, 6evcn years of. age. They went in near the Asp.nwall 'erry to bathe. The smallest hoy ?.dcd in where it was beyond his :pth, when the other went to his scue, and both were drowned to other. Found in the RiVER.'Wednesday rcni...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 16 July 1863

THE iLNICKElISOCKLil MONTHLY: DEVOTED TO - Literature, Art, Nei-iice, Politics, Society. AirOUKCSLIENT, The pioneer of. American Monthlies will henceforth be known at the ILMCKKHnOCItEH 3IOXTTILY: A JtATIOlf AL UlOAZIXt OF LlTERATCai,. AT, SCIENCE, FOLITICS, AKD IOCIETF. X -. will be the aim of ine present conductor not only to v in iU former prestige, but to extend IU circle f t era, and mitt It we Icotne guest In every Amerk household. 'With this Tiew, no labor or ex ecute be spared la securing the highest order of talent, do xlone on this aide of the Atlantic, bat In eotn nerals, teres. Although a literary Magazine, It will not shrtn from boldly discnsins; the irreat political questions of the day. free from all party biae. It will embrace among ltt miscellaneous contenta. notet on current Tenia, reviews of new books, and literary, art, den tine, musical and dramatic irosbip; while the 'Editor's Table with which the readert of 'Old Kjuck' hare fceea to familiar, will be monthly s...

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