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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 19 February 1857

II J!--- r ' 'V . e 1 M I ! i ' ' A 'C ''V. y a! ava ! ! iN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEYOTED TO MATTERS : OF GENERAL INTEREST TO THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE. BROWNVILLE, NEMAHA COUNTS N.: Tv, THUKSDM, FEBRUARY 19, l8ol VOLUME I. NUMBER 36. C': if hi: IN , I ! Vv ' - i :6 1 - i-'' "V T it le v- y t Mm 'J 1 e ; a -;:i gbbcrtistr tprrEi) A5i rrBLwnra rrruT thttsdat it rv W. FURNAS, '. second Wt, tei. H&in si Vatcr, . (Lake's Clock,) rear (invariably in advance), - $2,00 . six monias, - 1,00 EATE3 OF ADVEuTISIXG: n... -tnrc.f 1 LI lines or less,) one insertion, $1,00 0,50 ' jZ-h nal insertion, ti. rue hj"uv"-j six mouths, .one yar, ' , " lot r.ne Tesr. 4. CO 6,00 30.00 5.00 C0.O0 "25,00 15,00 10,00 S5.00 . ro.oo 10,00 6.00 10.00 13,00 10,00 COO 5.00 y,-s'3t?5 Laws OI ?i " v OarCulurcrnt-ne jcir, t)ne-balf .CUumn, one jcar, fuarth ... - -Column, six mnntlis. t Y-rr Column, six months, f.mrth Camn, three month, Lf Column, three months, r,urth - , 2 1 ci-hth u " . -.i;.lt(Vi for cSoe, ....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 19 February 1857

(general Intcllipcf. LATTS rr.C!I riCJLSiGUA. IrrtrcZ cf the James Adjer. New York, Jan. 24. The stealer James Adger r.rrivcd hero tbis morning; she left Aspinwall Jan. 11, and San Juan Jan. 13, brings 1 80 pr-ssenrrers, mostly from California, ' pat into Key West for coal, and was detained thereby bad weather 32 hours. The parser reports that the Cholera had disappeared." . - .. . There was but little sickness and no deaths on the Adger, left at Aspinwall sloop of varCyanne, and at San Juan fix Englishmen of war. ' The steamer Syrenava was daily expected at Ha vana to take up the. California passen gers from the Adger. - Walker is reported as in better con- dition than ever, having 1200 able . bodied men with him at Itivas, well supplied with ammunition and pro visions. Col. Lockridge and his three 'hundred men were still waiting at .Printadus for the completion of a steamer to be ready about the 17th inst.,' with which to go up the river, and Tetake, if possible, Castello and .'Sa...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 19 February 1857

A - c riior. ---r. - c 'Hi! itor. C. V . advertising A rent, in rear -,U.r2d- 4 Children's fcaoe Stcre, V JL Vtrrvxsi Chestnut street, Saint j if. S. "Jt1' ' f-Ttj"TrcT, Ohio. IA.rn, Nebraska City, N. T. i l:rtl, V Jiti Linden, Mo. ' lvric Three Grove, N. T. - i01 for the Advertiser, aad reciere and jSw ' ; ' . -iJer.t m this Territory, earning from rsjC' the Sutes, often -suggest to us ZLwb in their old neighbortioods. who y vTuI became f ubseribers if they could see .-Advertiser.- We always RDd a fpec, t aai penoai reeieyrng, will consider it a t .ome a regnlarwbscriber. Tost- v .. rr - 1 Unm' ri UilClClii I mi d w a - .or;" . - i r!in vrctli the usual p cent for.their I ..v je:-cxter.s;ve adai L V-s, colosed lets, Bronze ' 4'T:Mhe -Advertiser" OSce, aJdiUOES oi new ironzes, Cards, ' -' m tbe ""Advertiser- vvc, e n. w jiaf Tnh-WnTt in . manner nn- vVrj The rropnetor being ; rTt--T Vriater Linsself, asd havirS in his lprr"n tcconp'' ftnd eIIy:nencf3 : rt'.. rwtM- k determined not t...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 19 February 1857

lepariiutni Froatta Country Gentleman. . CA2S1CZ, TTJLirirs AXD LOOT . CLQPS. The quantity per acre of cabbages, turnips, and roots that under favorable circumstances can be grown upon an acre of land, is truly astonishing."The amount and value of green . food for farm stock, that can be raised on an acre of ground, we think is not well understood by a large majority of our farmers. It is generally thought that our climate, from its liability to drought (in summer and autumn,) is not so fa vorable to the, production of, turnips, root "crops, &c, as the more humid climate of England, Scotland and Ire land. This, to some extent, may be true; but still we have hundreds of well authenticated statements, showing most '.clearly "that the several kinds of vege tables usually grown for -autumn and winter feeding of cows and other farm Etock, can generally, by good culture, be profitably grown in most sections of our country. But in order to do this, .the due preparations of the ground, ...

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 1857

C f V'- f i i j I '6. 'a AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER-DEVOTED TO MATIEES OF: GENERAL INTEREST TO THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE. (a V i I: ! r I t 4 T .' if e y 1- U I" .4 r -4 -T to -a :xs- -.TJ- '.rf TOLUME I. Hcbrashzt A a'. VV.; FURNAS, Vscsi Street, bet Kiia Kid T7iter, ' '. ' ( Lake's Elock,) " V. r.ROLE, X. T. f,ri''Tsr''inrir-at in adran;), S23 ; TATES OF DYEKTISING: 0,; , 12 Et,m' or less,) one insertion, tjehTU'Awti insertion, ; - thTee.inmths, -. . fix months, - . v ob Tear. ijiaea Osdi-JrEnea r Ie?3 SM JCar lmcCIani4..ee year, ' Oaeial? CUasmitB? year, . f.unft . 51.00 2.50 6.00 10.00 5.C0 co.ro 25,00 15.P0 10.00 35.00 20.00 10.00 6.00 20.00 12.00 10.00 6.00 5.00 U!f CoMura, six Eati?,. kill (im", three ia cs, (k ; Tin will be roircd-for all adrcrtise-B,-.p'a Upt "-bre actual rwrwnsibility is knowj. TVs fjr eKbs U added to the ' Sunir "r,aiac:s "Carls of five Eecs or less, for "j,).iverti?aents ill be considered tjtbe year, V-riS'd on the- mnu?cript, or .p reTiouilj -J.'n Wtf...

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 1857

J I Myriads of Madura Plants. 1,000 Bushels Maclura Seed. FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES. OVERMAN $ llloomintoii, III., EG hav to announce that they have, for a per ies of venrs. been enjncd in the culture of hedges ana neago pianis, nun iu)uguwufcivj encouraged by the success of the Maclura Hedge, and stimulated by the immensely increasing demand for the material, they have sown, the present reason on good, new land, about 150 busheLj of excellent seed the produce of which is estimated at fifteen million t jJauut! which they offer for the Spring trade, It vouhl hare required more than that amount to iiJy the demand the pant tyring.-The terms for plants will be reatonable, and to dealers and oth ers ordering plants by wholesale, great inducements rill be c-C'ered. It is very important that orders thould bo sent in eari.v, a3 they will be registered end CUcd in the order in which they Brc receivcd,-r-Por the last three years they hare been unable to supply the demand, and it is probable ...

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 1857

""XT7rT-nxiS, Editor. ru w TTfnI Advertising ArrnL. 5.E-LAS: and Ctllirecs r.aoe r -V I JUiifS . f 'LXLv-tli. A Co. e TVk. ; r.,r Archer, ebraA. desires to clseu tb s I ZI be 'era lh 2 last Legis lature vvcnils merits, cr any gentleman desires to "stump it7- cpea ths same grounds, we are ready to meet them. But with this low dzr. g and personal abuse, ws will have rctLh- to do. 'i Jb Ha. Kurort . ' k VTHTTt. Nebraska City, S. T. V. TaTa.Ualeii.il. 1 it. . ir-u l.wvr A- I. J- fd Agents to solicit Subscriptions and J m - - a Zsrcts for ;2eAU!c., 'Jit a" 1 . r.5-.!t ia this Territory, coming from i fiLof theSutw, often suggest to us -r ' r ;,.,n; ia their old r.e:gbVaood.. who v US0. .Vf-:Srr if thV COUld f tt4 4'6he-Aiv"crtLcr. We always son! a peci- Vie eefHne a wjralij subscriber. It ' others, feeling f u1t interest to Bate JC3 VCSSL extensive cr cent fr their iditiens cf new nzes, Cards, :c ice, we claim to : in a manner Tin ; proprietor being 2d fcavirs in fcia '-Cua. colored iLi-...

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 1857

THE HORTICULTURIST, AND Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste. EDITED BT . J. JAY S1HTH, Lditor Xcrii American Eylra. Tnz IIoKTicrLTniT, as iU name implies, is de Toted to Horticulture aud its kindred arts Rural Architecture and Landscape Gardening, and will keep its readers advised of the new things on the pulect, cither in Europe or America. It is a Month ly Journal of forty-eight pages, beautifully printed on fine paper, and elegantly illustrated. In addition to numerous wood cuts in the first style of the art, each number contains a full-page engraving, from tonc, of some new, rare, and valuable fruit, tree, or flower, and is one of the most Icavtiful, as well as the most useful Monthly Journals published in the world. " . Terms $2 per year, in advance. The volume commenced on the 1st of January last, and we can supply back numbers from that time. Those who Colored Plates. Still further to add to the val r.c of the work, and meet the improving tast and increasing wants of the hor...

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 1857

i -I' .V y (LA 7 l V y ,L 0 r 7 ' rJ I t i Ill' ! V f I ' i i ; ! I to '-3- : e i ! of- f ! j f : i i i 1 ( ' I tJ :jo- j a j t:. j ' "3' 3 : T.-9 77 AX INDEPENDENT WEEELTKEWiP-DlEYOTEb' -TO . HATTEES-' OF GENERAL INTEREST TO THE COIdLIUTIY AT LARGE. : . . - ' ' : ' " " ' - , , . . . " , . -iri I 'VOL. I. XJITYOFBRO TO. 38.: . . . - - - - - II J j f ...... 'II I I II. ; .3 irrrrr) atb r;u rrnr tutessat tt r;- Wi . FURM AS, .Sscsai t, t- Sais til Vitcr, - . ' t (Lake's IT.aclO PR Q TVN V 1 I X. T. .. Jrrr( laTariaLIy ia u"3m, -03 nare. '12 Ums or l?s) one insert! "fix m-cihs, " . Me rar, " ' "fciMs-ss Ca--i -"f ilx i'.ats or Ira ens jrar, Xn. Coia3n.ene jeor, - . r3 6.PQ 28.C0 C3.03 8.00 13.00 a . b'.f tolas:, sis raonic I -lon-t -inr caa Iiiii foT1 cSie, io.co 5o I Cii ia a'a" be required for all aJrcrtLse . esS cfre r.:aal rwponiiialitj is tatwa. T"?a eizl i.z tucJk chuzg! be -lied to Ue S-jeiar SaiLa-iis Cxrisci Lrt lines or less, for A.lfniTfxcc.'n'jt mork?ti en the J csij cf iif...

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 March 1857

LL G. II01X3 & CO., 10. 1G, Zlaia Street, EL' Louis Ho. - GENTS for StrauVs Cera cad Wheat Hill A It "Queen cf the South.' This remarhabla has Lcen kcj t secured to the inventor by caveat recently, however, (Jane 27th, 1551.) Letters Talent for the United States Lave beta printed, se- caring the invention fcr fourteen years. This Mill La sustained itself wherever it has been brought in to competition with ether Hills. It was run agrxinst lha other'tnake of Mills of our city, at the Ohio State Fair, in 1S00, when it drew a diploma- as tha best Corn Hill, and was awarded a fine silver medal. Of these Mills we manufacture five sises for corn, at 3 three erprcssly for grinding wheat four. The peculiar novelty cf this Mill is, the under tone is the run sir stone, in all cases. There is no limit to the rj-eed, and as speed is everything iD grind ing, it will out grind any upper grinder in the world. - - Secondly: By thi3 arrangement we are enabled to pet grain into "the Mill with a ve...

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 March 1857

ir -if " -rrAS rGnenl Adrtin Ajrect, in rear - -1a. Ud' fc3i Cb?.dreas Moe ttore, . Subscription O;---, eNo. 1, J- JjS, ?- Cbesiaut atrect, Saiat -LrrcTrcr.Oa. r r IntC Archer, brasaa. ; v.. -fiW t -J fr Three Grove, . T. T. J- Asnte U k-it Subscript! -""flu for the Adveruaer, asl reel OTJ 8 aod reciere aod West ia this Territory, cainf from r 'Trwtf ia their &U1 Bei-LWrbuodA. who suwi become robsmbcrs if they eon Id see tlS-AdrertL-er." We always send speci persons recirriD?, trill consider it a beconw re-uiar fobnbr. - 1 ost 2iotL9rs,fei:c?suiient interest to mske ""eaa retaia the naaal per cent for tneir siA . i - - ' tri extensive additions cf rew Cc colored Inks, Eronze. Cards, Ac, "?ta the "AdTertiset" OEce, ve claim to "e to tsm cut Job Work in a career ua- , v. .... r The proprietor Leir- . i" .. ;n TT:bDn of J CD -fc-e of Fobtw Ltest improved Card W Blacks Work in Colors, Eronzo VkC t, will nect with particular alien. 'Orders froi a clstar.ee -will be promptly at to, aa...

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 1857

" Tho public is hereby n- Vied, lliat the Y7cst half tf tr.3 V-rtlicast q"irtcT and the East half cf the " -Nor':. -Test quarter f Section lurcher one in Town ibip number fourcf Range '.nuinber fflcen East, in Ncn;aka county, Nebraska Territory, Scrvxi the claim tf the uni!crsi-:cd, ani that hi will pro--c?d,fl son stlas Land Cirl?6 is opened, to enter the gama y jre-errpU-iu All sales of town Lots cade upon aid trait, by an y person or persons as part of Nemaha i!y, will be held by tho undersigned as absolutely -Void. A. D. SKEE?i. Vror.Xc, Jan. SSth,lS57. ' : - , . IS. B. FEGEAjr. - S. H. K1IDLE. B. R. FEGItALI & CO., . . 13 zz'ls. o ur a AM) V GENERAL LA ND A GENTS, cbuyciL'DLurr iowa.- : Improved Little Giant COB! k COB PLANTATION-MILL ZPxico Xlcclucod. THE rubseribcr ha purchase J exclusive right of Territory in the West, of the above celebrated J! ills, and is prepared to furnish .them at all times, either wbole'&ie or retail, and guaranteed in the tnost positive rannn...

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 March 1857

ft 1 1 i 1 Ay Ay y Ay Ay Ay AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO MATTERS- OF GENERAL INTEREST TO THE COMMUNITY AT -LARGE. VOL. I. CITY OF BROWNVILLE, NEMAHA COUNTY, N. T., THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1857. NO. 39. L 1 Z ' j: EI'ITHI AND HELli-HED EVERT TUTEi-DAT ST R. W. FURNAS, UxiJ, Street, bet. Slain and Water, (LaW ttW-k,) 7r.rarriDYari:i!.1y in aivancel, - $2,00 - gix own'-hs, - " ' ' KATES OF ADVERTISING: One Kiiare, (1? linen or ',.!!,) one infertien, FVh .UiU"WV ir. rtiou, (Inc i"jii.ir, one innh - " tlirce month, u fix tmfritliis, 0,50 2..r0 4.00 COO 10,00 5,00 C0,00 35.00 15.00 10,00 35.00 20.00 10,00 8.00 20,00 13.00 10,00 e,oo 5.00 j u one reru", j jja.-np.-j CarJ? .frix lines or less one year, Out Column, one year, ( (.mv-Valf Column, one yejr, f,;urlh Column, lix months, . lui'f Column, fix month, - f.urth " " . oi'ith " " C,:.Unn. three months, h;i!f Column, three month?, - f.urih " - t r'.th - " nnivi-! in4;lats for'oCicc, dub in advance will be required for all advert...

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 March 1857

The receipt of the patent oGce last year. Were S165 UUO. Water is selling ia St. Paul, lIinncsota, at ten cent per barreL Quite a number of ljad mines bare been JU covered in Missouri. v; The population of Montreal, C. , lix iu creased 5,000 uince 1855. The consumers of suar paid $6,780,000 du ties en sugar last year. 5ew York fcas furnished Wisconsin with 200,000 of its inhabitants. . ' i The widow of William Wirt died at Anna polis, on the 25th ult. The thermometer has been down to 32 de grees at Jacksonville, Forida. . A company of sixty gipsies have their tents pitched in Culpepper Co., Va. Mary Ilowitt, the peotes3, has been writing a History of the United States. ' The St Paul (Minnesota) Times says, that 'Ere-wood is selling in that city for $9 a cord. More than sixty persons have perished by cold the present winter in Iowa and Wisconsin. Moses Carlton, atone time the largest ship owner in New England, died at Wiscaoset, Me., oo the 5thinst. The sugar crop in the United State...

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 March 1857

THE ADVERTISER, ""TtTvTrURXAS, Editor. A. S. HOLLA DAY, Associate Editor. TH'JKSDAV MORNING, MAECII IS, 1657. S. H. TARn, General Advertising Agent, in rear f Sew York, Ladies' and Children' .Shoe Store, Sd Wu8t Fourth street, Cincinnati. Axduew Wisp, American, Canadian and Europe an Advertising and Subscription Offiie, No. 133, y-;ia Sjrees, New York. " V. S. SwthxkR, No. 43 Chestnut street, Saint Louis. !. F. McLrxc, Troy, Ohio. Ir. II. II. Darst, Tippecanoe, Ohio. V. C. Mi'nger, Corinyton, Ky. - A. I). Kibl, Areher, Nebraska. Il" V. Fetkr, Oregon, Mo. lw.i.os A Hawk, Uockport, M IUdfv A White, Nebraska City, N. T. I)R. M. Vt'. Tath, Linden, 11 T. J. DiRVt'Jf, Three Grave, N. T. Are authorized AgnUto solicit Subscriptions and Jli!rcrii!cnnnls for the Advertiser, 'and recieve and rseicpt for monies thereon. . Persons resident in this Territory, coming from Triotis portions of the State, often suggest to us the names of perons in their old neighborhoods, who wjuid doubtless become 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. — 12 March 1857

11 CSLty3H:otl creg ox. ja : ROUT. L. IIATTEN, Proprietor. Na pains or expense will be spared by the fubsrri btr.to mike bi gnests comfortable in every respect, at this well known and highly reputable House. The very bet attention given to animal y good and attentive Hostler. y1-b4 l.MTED STATES EXPRESS COjIPAXY TYE every possible facility for the safe and JJ speedy transmission of 3Ionev, Valuable Fackase. Parcel, Goods, and Jiercfeandize Of every description, on reasonable term. Pkiscifal OrricES New York. Buffalo, Cincin rati, Toledo, Chicago, Dayton, lndaioinriis, and all the smaller towns on Railroads in ths Extern, Mad dUand Western Staie. connecting at St. Loninwitb Richardson's Missouri River Express 11. KI1T. July 26, laiJ.-vl-n3 General Superintendent. 55. CROCKERY. K JOIIN W. TOOLEY. (Successor U NOONAN, TOOLEY t Co,) Z3 Main sL, Oil Blanl, EL Louis, Mo. IMPORTER, Wholesale and Retail Dealer, in China, Glut and QueeBSware, Yellow and Rockingham Ware, Chandeliers, Lamp, La...

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 1857

.11- Ax I ( - -i - fix) TV tj ; - yfy I V II ! y. i i i n : I- II j! i 5 I M ! QiJjKy Ay Ay.vyvy r 'n';- V Ay Ay ','J ,v' y. 6 r' AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NEWSRiPER DEVOTED TO MATTERS OF' GENERAL INTEREST TO THE COMilUNITY AT LARGE. VOL. I. CITY OF BEOWIWILLE, IXEMAHA COUNTY, N. T., THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1857. NO. -10. fr " PyN A. o 7 1 -St 1. t a. .'w . FURNAS, t -l :-at, iet. 2taia and Vater, Ui.e'3 r.ock,) EATXS OF ADVESTI5CCG: , ,..-!- liUccicrl?,) ere Inertias, .e? e.ca le.co 5,eo cc.o 15TC0 io.ro 10,00 13.00 10.00 5j)a 1 - C.Ii 'f-'ix sa or less ce rear. . r.;-irn.J.Xn 5 - h-r QS.ira.jz.h i v.k a " ! - C .as:a.trTc mo - 1 f,.srta Ar.n. c II ajTeriise- ilar' T.iiLseii Carlicr fre Uses cr leas, for i C3vllir.-i?zts be cctiled It the year, j ! t-.W -a"the Hccarriptf or prcTkmsTy V y c"t Ciirvu c-c iaec7J tor speci- SXLlil I:Sr. ,i:SS"I,ort"I5;s"FO" -- ScTr ia-ie-s ; I fcirertueacnts ; as-lre'.; win te irr-irxra, tv j - TAT! ))TTT fl liUU .lllllA X A Al VJ . Tfcnks, Circulars, e?iM3 BI...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 19 March 1857

cnnrE3E sugar cAirn PURE SEED. The nbfcriben take great pi easure in Informing Ibe Haulers, Farmers and Gardners, that they bare secured from the most reliable 1001x68 a limit ed inpplyof Fresh Seed of this very valuable plant, the properties of which may be briefly ummed up a follows : lit. One acre of the stalks, properly cultivated, will yield from 200 to 500 gallons of fine Syrup, equal to the best New Orleans 1 and from the same roots, second crop of excellent fodder. 2d. Sown broadcast or in closa drills, on land deeply plowed or highly manured, it will yield thirty to fifty thousand pounds of superior fodder to the ere. 3d. It surpasses all ther plants for soiling (feed ing green,) and fodder, on account of the great amount of sugary juice which it contains; and is greedily eaten by stock of all kinds. ; 4th. It bears repeated cuttings, like Egyptian Miuet, growing off froely and rapidly, after each cut-tin?. 6th. It stands drouth much better than common eorn, retaining its g...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 19 March 1857

rrnVAS, liiior. p nT TDAV. Associate Editor. 3IALCII IS, 17. ccn-ral AdTcrtisiEJ A;reEt,in rear vLadU' n)1 Children too Store, S lSSnric.n, Canadian and Eumpe !:Snd Satscriptioa. OZre, A. 153, -w York. J tr lrrrs. Orgou, J.o. r?ff t veteb Citr. 5. T. tt . kwrrort. iO. J. E A.drtiser.aad recieve ana MB 1 1 ' -r tt- Tin LJndea.Ho, .: Thr Grove. N. T. I' J- . ! i .t to illicit Stbjcrirtions and 1 !---tC r -pt for, thereon. I . HiHKTe additions of new Type 1 r f.'ored Inks, Dromes. Cards, 4c, made to the i f Xr":s"" 0c,we claim to be able to tarn out ,;t . . , K.rP-. nracticilrnntertisnscir.aad Jb Printer, is determined not to be t3"? il tve execution of Job Work. Cards "'"r e of Fosiers litest improved Card p". . Work ia Cvion. Erome Work, ic; "Jl' wii particular attention. rrJ from adistanrc win be proicpiry attended "warrvsteJ to ge satisfaction or no pay. "Let C3 rejoice with exceeding great joy." "The long looted for come at last. " A tri-weekly mail has been established hctween th...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 19 March 1857

UNITED STATES J. J - EUPKESS COMPANY GIVB every possible facility for the safe and speedy transmission of , 2Ioner Valuable Packages, Tarccls, Good, and Merchandize Of every description, on reasonable term. Pkixcital Offices Sew York, Buffalo, Cincin ' rati, Tulcdo, Chicago. Dayton, lndianopolis, and all them.-.IIcr towns on Railroads in the Eastern, Mid . die and Western States, connecting at St. LouL-with tochard-on's Missouri Kivcr Expres. II. KJPP. Jalyr5,lS25.-Tl-n3 General Superintendent. El. C1CKMY. IS. JOHN W. TOOLEY. (Successor to NOONAN, TOOLEY Co,) 53 ITain tt, Old Stand, SL Louis, ZIo. IMPORTER, Wholesale and Retail Dealer, in China, Glass and Queensware, Yellow and Rockingham . Ware, Chandeliers, Lamps, Lanterns, Lookicg-glas-, Britannia Ware, Ac Ac, with a great variety of -. Fancy Mantle and l'arlor Ornaments, direct from the lotteries and Manufacturers. J2fNow arriving and iu store, a full oek of tue above line of goods, which is offered to the Trade at reasonable ra...

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