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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 25 July 1863

... t - - ... -'"-!v -"' " ' ' , mm illlllll IIIH HIHIIIIIIIHHMWWIIIIWII IIWH i l w j w c ,. jir ', ;iV? id ,a ; t -ft j 0?v i I f e St' Ac- Nebraska adveetiser. rVBUEBID EVERT THCHjSDAT BT I T. E. FISHER, 3awid Story S trickier' Block, Main Street, - EEOWNVILLE, U". T. - . TERMS: nCopT. on rear, inaavanr:, Tbree Oples, t on aUdrcta, ciob ot riTe, -club of Tea. ft 00 ft oo 8 oo 1ft oo . irfcen not pA In Advance, btst paid wlttls tb rear, 18 per cent will t added to tb above terma. If delayed on rar, f njor. S vtr cent will be ided. ' V-f- Book Work, and Plain nd Fancy Job Work, one in the bett atjle. and on abort notic. A 31 B ROT Y P KS AND rilOTOGUAPIIS, IIKNRY M. SILL. . DAGUERREIAN ARTIST, t. maw u tniMtrarliv located In Brownrllle, where all iA.ir thir likeueoa takeo. wil Bod him ready to ccoiujaodate them, From bta paat experience, be altera bimfcelf ibat be la competent to gie enure aat- "xLubrotypee taken at Ibe extreme low price of ZT'LTVy Conta 2 Tn In one second of time. ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 25 July 1863

t. u.'TisiiEnrEDiTon. rROTrjrvn.Ms.-s atitrda v, july m, tsv..: Thre is rery little news Ly Tele graph, this wetk.. What there is, ho.-! "eer, Is important.- - The rebelarmies, 'ith the exception of Lee's, appear dis heartened and demoralized,-ami n re re treating into the interior of thy Confed eracy. . We have now got the bulge Girt ! thern'ntd ii. cur victories are properly aiTd'Vafi'y-wt,t' v'?' w.e-i:ni.licpp it.. 'TXhere""LTiu;see"rns toleTa slrongprob--Exility that. Charleston yill soon fall into Vur '.hands. - The" Charleston Mercury (by: ,4It flppears.to'ns useless to attempt f to disguise from ourselves our situation, .toy whose fault were we got ; into it, is rain now to inquire, the yankees having -gotten ibe routhern portion of Morris iyiar.d.. ...' If the fight ks to "be conducted ly ecgineericz and cannon merely, the advantage is with the ene jnj ?Whh their -iron-clada on, water nbd iheir men in occupation of land, it is Iitely to become a t;nesticn of time. ;The fall...

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 July 1863

X I I. ; It v -.Id f.O A. THE ADVERTISER. "BROWN VILLF.SATCuDAY, JULY 23 1S33. Bu iht President of the United Stale A Proclamation. It has pleased Almighty God to hruU to the applications nai prayers of au af flicttd people, and lo .voui:h?afe to tha army an- the navy of the Uni ed Slates, en the zni and on lbs sea, rirtor.es so ''signal and soefftctive as to iurrm treas onable, croutidi for argumentcd confi. :dence that ibe 'unhn of these States will be maintained, their constitutions pre served and their peace and prosperity permanently preserved. 'But these victories hare been accordeu cot .'without' sacrifice cf life, limb and liberty incurred by Lrave, patriotic and loyal, citizens. ' Do.r.estice affliction in every part of the country follows in the train of these fearful berevemenis. It is meet we recognize and confess the pres ence of the" Almighty. Father and the power of His hand equally in these tn umps and these sorrows. tfow, therefore be it known, that I do set apart 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. — 25 July 1863

THE KNICKERBOCKER MOXTIILY: EL VOTED TO Literature, Art, Scieucc, Politic?, Society, C . ANIIOUIJ-CELIZNT, The pioneer of American Monthlies will henceforth H known as the ESICaCRDOCRCR 3IO.VTIILY: A .VATIOXAI. MAOAZIKC OF IITK ATCKX, AT, CIK9CE, POLITIC!, ARO IOCIKTT. t will be tbe aim f the present conductor cot only t e. ein 1U former prestige, but to extend lu circle of re ere, and make It a welcome goeet In every Averts, t household. 'With this Tlew. no Ubor or ex tease w be spared la securing tbe highest order of Uleat, no Moae on ttu eld of tbe Atlentie bat la tots hemispheres. Althoora literary Xagaflne, tt will cot shrink" from boldly discussing tbe greet political questions of tbe day. free from all party bias. It wtll embrace imoni fie tat seel leneous contests, ootee on current rent reviews of new books, and llterarr, art, ecien MUo, musical and dramatic gossip J while tbe Kditor's Table with welch, tbe readere of 'OtD Cvick' bare eeea eo familiar, will be monthly spread...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 30 July 1863

NEERASEA ADVERTISE KEBRSAKA advertiser. rrELlSUED KVEKT THVKSDAY BT T. R. FISHER, Bsond Story Btrickler's Block. Main Street, EBOVNVIIiIE, K. T- .CVIV . If RATXS or ADVEItTIINC. One taaare tenliaes or lei:;).ooe iiisetl: u, C Eacb actional jn.irJ;cn - - " - f- Uasir.es CjpJs. ix i;i.e ur If onf year 8 UO One colamn i,neyer - - - - SJ uv One hir column vie year - - - 4 Oj lo'irth io.ueju oii year - Jb W Cue e-nbu col jmu one yeur - It One column six niunih - - - 4t,' W (ne hitir o.Iuhmi six uunth - - - i 5 . One rcnrth oloain sts BK-ntb - H M (ra etthrii of a column six ciont'i - I.' One omnia three month - - rs til O.-.ebai: colnaia three mciitjM - - r CO . One fo-irtn ci.lnmn three months - - ISO One ei'uih columu three nrtiii f M Announcing Caati 'atesfor 05V. - - - 6 . Tiansieut adverti-emect nia.ii raid f r in aT8vA Tearly advertirenu. quarterly ia a.H-;i:c. -la Trsnscicn Advertisements. Tr-i,.. square will becbarprJ for by the line, at t'e rate t.4 U"U cents tha first week, and...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 30 July 1863

THE ADVERTISER. ' T. It. FISllKK. EDITOR. . frY-r5 JO liK0WXVILLE,4H:im',.JULY W, 133. Nemaha Cocnty. There is just now a systematic effort being made by the Omaha JWlraskian cad Nebraska City News, aided by the malice of a portion cf the Copperheads who hare recently left this place, to in jure Nemaha and Richardson counties. Fiends dcnct rejcica mere ever the ac quisition of a human toul in the infernal rifjions, than they do over an opportu nity to inflict an injury upon this part of the Territory. The spirit that aims to build up itself, and to advance its own interests, by attempting to pull down and destroy its neighbor, is, to say the least, not very amiable. Nemaha county is now, and always has been, the 'banner'' county in the Territory, in its agricultural develop ment, unless we except Cass, which some think equal to our. Our County Warrants are within fire cents of par, and our City Script brings eventy-five cents on the dollar. The News sneers at this county and (own, a...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 30 July 1863

THE -AliVERlTSEn 'jIVZJlT i,r. 'w.n v i li j'.rrfrt-ptrrr. L O C 11. Turnip Seed for sale at this oSce, . i Cor.vrr Ohdehs and-City Or.rn:. ;Ve have a few County Orders, ana a few City Warrants for sale. Swait McLauchmj have just re ?ived a fresh lot of Oysters and canned -uits. Also a freh lot of Massachusetts "andy. . - "Poet" Rioiaedsox thinks the Nebraska Second "will remain at or aear Ft. Pierre about two months, nd then return to Nebraska. We publish in another column a ctter from Ft. Halleck. It will be cen hostilities between the soldiers the red skins has commenced. The end is cot Tct." See the advertisement of John C. Dkuser, dealer in Hardware and Tin rare, in another column. Mr. Dccscr as laid in a larger stock than usual. his doe3 not look like our county is being deserted. Moss, de la Maksde, the French m (in a horn), has on hand at his tablishment, between the butcher op and RosselTs Stable, opposite ;braska Bank (Clay Bank), Periodi 1s for August; also a. lot of Wall...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 30 July 1863

9 THE KNICKERBOCKER MONTHLY: DEVOTED TO Ifteratnre, Art, Science, Politics, Society. ' AN-KOTJUCEMENT, The pioneer of American Monthlies will henceforth be known as the iLMcrLcnnocricu bioxtiily: A HATIONAL MAGAZIKE Or LITERATCEE, ART, SCIENCE. POLITICS. AND SOCIETY. I vIM be the aim of tne present conductor not only ts-n t former prestige, hut to extend it circle of re era, and make it a welcome guest in every Amerf. household. With this view, no labor or ex pense w be spared in securing the highest order of talent, no 'lone on this side of the Atlantic, but in both hemispheres. Although a literary Magazine, it will not shrink from boldly discussing the great political questions of the day. free from all party bias. It will embrace among us miscellaneous contents, noies vu tun cm events, rsviews of new books, and literary, art, scien tific, musical acd dramatic gossip; while the 'Editor's Table,' with which the readers cf 'Old Kkick' have teen 60 familiar, will be monthly spread wi...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 8 August 1863

NEBRASKA; ADVERTISER. 5 - rCBUSnEI EVKKY THURSDAY BY ; T- is; ' FISHER, Bsond Story Stickler's Block, Main Street, BROWN VTKLE, IS. T. TERMS On Co;w, one year; iu advice, Tbr-e O.-niea, "' address, - -Club ol Five, - -'nh fif Ten. - When not paid Jn Adtanee, but paid wltliiu .be year, IS per cetit -iJJ e a-WeJ to tie above terms. ' If delayed one year, or more, S3 per cent will Ue tdUed. ' jq- BK Wtrk, and Plain and Fancy Jb Work, done in the tetit etyte. and on bnori dwimi NEMAHA COU3STTY DELINQUENT TAX-LIST O.V.'TIIE ASSCSMET TOR 1S62. Fcra Precinct, o. 1. S Name and Defrifftion Conrad Nicholas, aw qr 29 Chambers James, ne qr sw qr 29 Clark John W, ec qr se qr IS Crouch .William U, pt of lot 4 21 Ccrdill Daniel, n hf of s hf lot 12 31 do - shfof nhf!otl2 31 6 15 0 do 6 do 6 do 16. 16 15 Comstock Wra, neqr nv qr Cad Win X, w hf w Lf qr sw qr ' "do pt e If se qr Good Jesse, pt se' qr Graham pt ce qr se qr Green James M, w M se qr Harmon Thomas, s hf of lot 8 Hill John (estate) lots ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 8 August 1863

DSLi;:aU31P-T0VftM0TS;- PERU, PRECINCT TiO. 1 Ktne. Lots Elk Tex Allen CU : . Brifg Oiker . RuuecLR ' Butler LB B.fcer If mo ' Baler I sue Bliss John W ' HliM John W Bark man August Barktcan August Chambers Jackson Edwards William Edwards William Green A Martin iloutrmine Henry Long Samuel Long Samuel Swan "William"" " Swan William .' Stindlcr Delina Smith Nathan W 2 5 4 106 3.55 10 II 12 H 43 27,21 7 8 137 4 80 5,69 I 32 - 2 80 ' 2,80 I 118 ' 2 80 16,40 4 134 . 10 II 135 15.32 I 2 II 12 S3 2.23 3 88 5 12 54 101112 113 343 , I 138 2,35 7 115 ' - 45 6 110 7,33 ' 9 143 ' I 216 II 12 146 15,09 7 8 61 12.S9 7 8 109 12,15 BUOITXVIIXE, rilECIXCT So.'G. "rrrr tt lorBTrTax North Brownrille Rarncin A Bro. 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 Iff 1 10 19 22 : 28 35 84 65 35 2 38 4. 23 33 67 64 29 69 65 32 63 65 39 6 14 56 do do ' ' ' .do do I 23, U 12 13-14 all of 8 9 ICT II 12 13 14 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 aU of 26 9 13 15 0 10 II 12 - 9 . . " 15 16 7 - 4t , ! ' ft' 7 ' 3 do Brownville -Colhapp John Colhapp Joh...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 8 August 1863

,Dsnr:auHTi-Tov: lots, perivprecikct ivo. i Lots Elk Tx Allen C H ; -Brig Otker RuUet LB Butler LB Baker Isaao Baker Isaac Bliss John W lilia John "W Barkrnan August Barkm&n August Chambers Jackson Edwards William Edwards William Green k Martin .. , iloutrmioe Henry, . Loeg Samuel - ,. IiOng Samnel 8 waj "VritliaaT" Swell William fltrndlcy Delina -tSmith Nathan W 234 !0 II 12 . 78 4 I 2 I '2 4 . 10 II I 2 II 12 S . 5 ; io ii 12 i - . 7 456 ........ .. 0 I 2 IS II 12 7 8 7 8 106 143 137 80 32 80 118 90 134 135 83 88 12 113 133 114 110 143 US 61 109 3.55 27,21 5,69 ; 2,80 15,10 15.32 2.23 94 343 2,35 7,33 15,09 I2,S9 12.15 nnOWISYIIXE, PItECIXCT tfo.C James. ' Lots Blk Tax orth Brownvilie B-arncin k Bro. 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 1 10 19 22 . 23 3 84 65 35 1 33 4 . 23 33 67 64 !29. 69 66 32 68 65 39 6 14 66 12" de do ' '.ido do I 2.3,111213-14 all of 8 9 Iff II 12 13 14 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 aUof do . BrowoTlUe Colhapp John Colhapp John Colhapp John Coleman James W ' Coleman James W C...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 8 August 1863

OFFICIAL. zkws or Tin: united at the Third of the STATES, Tkirly-teccnth i a. LIX.-An Act taking ApproprltUon for the isl.tive, Execute and "'VrZ ,h Government for the year end.nj thirtieth one. eighteen hundred and ..sty four ; and for -.Year eighteen hundred and iixty three, and r other Purposes. , enacted fcf l &ate House of Revre ativeiofthi United State of America aiiemblid. That the following sums be, and ume nre hereby appropriated, out of any mon- 0 the trennry not otherwise appropriated, for I object! hereinarter expressed for the fiscal year iingtha thirtieth of Juno eighteen hundred and ly-four namely: legislative. For compensation and rni!eage of 'tors two hundred and forty thousand four hun- 1 acd thirty dollars. .,r compensation or the othcers, citrtts, messen . and others receiving an annual salary in the lice of the Senate, via: Secretary of the Senate, e thousand six bu oared dollars; officer charged h disbursements of the Senate, four hundred and sty dollars; c...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 8 August 1863

'.4 OFFICIAL. lws or Tin: united "aned at te Third &ion of tke Comgref- STATES, Tkirty-ieccnth l. LIX.-An Act making Appropriation for the p..:r. and Judicial. Expenses of 111 I jci! . n fnr the Tear June, eighteen hundred and s.xty four and for the Year eighteen hundred and .uty three, and for other Purposes. rMefd V t a" , Rre' ulaticeoftt Uud StaU of Amtrica m G r e;Wrf. That the following sums be, and ,c sme nre hereby appropriated, out of any mon- in the treasury not otherwise oppropmted, for e objects bereinarter expressed for the fiscal year ndingtbe thirtieth of June eighteen hundred and ;xtj-four namely: . . Legislative. For compensation and mileage or enators two hundred aud forty thousand four hun- rd and thirty dollars. For compensation of the officers, clerks, mewen rs, and others receiving an ennuat.galnry in the rvice of the Senate, via: Secretary of the Senate, ree thousand eix hundred dollars; officer charged ah disbursements of the Senate, fonr hundred and fhty...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 8 August 1863

THE KXICKERBOCKEIMIONTIILY : DEVOTED TO LitrMurf , Art, Scieticf , Politics Society. ANNOUNCEMENT, " The pioneer of ' American Monthlies will henceforth be koown.as the - , ... . . - . --,-- . USfOKERIIOCREK MO jTBtLY: A SATIONAL ilAGAZIJtE OT . M TE II A TVRE, ART, SCIENCE, POLITICS. ANU SOCIETY. "! will be the aim of the present conductor not only Xnni ' "am it v former prestige, lint to extend its circle I re " tr, aud make it a welcome Fuesl in every AmerU Jmcsohoid. fl'ith HiU view, no laljor cr ex pense w ' be fbsred in seourins ttejusbct order of talent, u ''tone on (Lis tile of the Atlantic bat in j Dcrji nenu,iii . j. . . i -. - r--i Although literary Xa.ga7.ine, it will not shrink from bofSlj dU ulng' the gieat political quektions of the day. free frnra all party biu. It will embrace mom It? ruiaelleneons contents. ntes OB current events, review of new book, and literarv, art, siieu tifle, nuMra! and drauiattc eotsip ; while the 'Editor's Table, with which the reader of "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. — 15 August 1863

, , , ., I,,,- , - m, ,w v u i mm , . . -- vvr ' ' . "' J..:.iJ.vu' iuL:J'--;u.:'.M.,. : , :.;-,5 . NEBRASKA ADVERTISER; PCBUSnED ETEBT THTRSDaY tX T.' K. FISHER,, Soond Story Strickler's Block, Main Street. EBOWNVILLE. N. T. i. rates or Ai)Vi :n i : l-.r ''-fN' V Cse ?;ire ('ec i:ats .r Ii.)ocs a, T. .-1 a 1- 'i j 14! ir ;-'.: .a , - . - , . -i Cr..iJS '.-r , u$ ytr Qae cciuaa cr.yetf . ' -- Or1. ba'f Ci.-i iz.ii yea' , Oue :rti x.iuir 3 odi yer -- . ' Cr. 9 e. if S colcna oca year 0::5 cia,ii3. all n.-ath . '"C2 h?:r col'jina 01 x B-ovi, ' - . . Cue t :::rti coluaa tlx r.octha .. - . -Cue tixili ot toiacin aiz iiuntiia . Oneco! "-"i tirso cuSa - -One bli -ccUtna tbrea coaii . -On tourii ois.rn tree xaoa: One eut'i tiree r;:!5 Anaoar.c: .-. j fr C . - . . - . . , 4) L 'SiX lit) a n : ! 1 j 3 i i c. . n t 5i r ; i j - 0 a' Nyr-y Ay TERMS: Of.. Copy, one year, in .d'Mce. - - - Three C -pies, to one addreks, i;iub oi Five, " 4. $2 00 6 00 8 00 15 00 When rot psU in Adrance, but paid w...

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 August 1863

J:nJJj-:Aiv UjaJ-iOMV t. n. fishkk; kditoii. f DHOWXVILI.E, SATURDAY, AUr. 15,1853. .Nebraska Second. , - Ve make the follflviri extract from a prirate letter, from the Neb. Sec. From more recent intelligence we think it rotable that six or sereu companies frill be mustered out of service in a few . cays. - - - ' " MVe are now tixiy miles south of Ft. ' Pierre, where we have been sicce the 11th of this month, in consequence of the .very low s'age of water in the Missouri v River. The principal portion of our Commissary and Quarter Master's stores were left seventy-five miles below here on the river, the: boats beinr unable to get further cp, and we have been trans porting them to this point by wagons, with the intention cf seizing" the" three irnall boats above in the fur-trade. i Yesterday, the Shreveport came down, when we fired a shot across her bow and , caused her to roundo. She was relieved of her furs which were put aboard the Robert Campbell, Jr., (a boat xre had, but too la...

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 August 1863

OR-A.TIQ2ST Delivered by Hon. O. P. ITCASOX, ontlie 4hof July, 1SG3, at tlic Narrovrs, Atchison County, Missouri, Were I a stranger among you, were I for the first time permitted to behold the greatness, strength and glory of the American republic,. I- should naturally be lead to enquire, what means this re joicing of the people, so general and un iversal, with banners flying, and martial rr.usic pealing through the air, all pro claiming the joy and triumph of the peo ple. Every where I thould hear the quick and ready response a nation has risen with one accord to do honor, with hearts filled with gratitude", thanksgiving and praise to our fathers who meditated and prepared and transmitted unto us fcur glorious Union and the best govern ment on the face of the globe. A gov ernment which bas and will continue to bleWmankind with its principles of toler ation, and civil and religious liberty. I thou d be told that eighty years ago to-day the sun rose clear and bjight, kis sing the Jei...

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 August 1863

, , .'EHUIIllUalT. .TOYH LOTS. Names Lots JLIIen CB . -Eri Osfcer TatierLB Batfcr LB ISaker Is&m " Baker Isaac' r.iUi John W "KlisJ John W rvkmis August ' ' partisan, Acg-nst ' Chaaben Jackson Edwards William Edwards Williaia Greeo 4 Martin Houermine Henry ' Long Samuel ' Long Samuel Swaa William w Swan WiV.iaoi SucdlfT Pelina Smith Nathan W 334 10 II U T8 4 I 2 I 2 4 - 10 II I 2 II 12 3 5 10 II 12 I 7 456 0 I 2 10 II 12 78 7 8 104 113 137 60 32 80 118 80 134 135 3 83 12 113 135 115 110 H3 3.S5 27,21 5,C9 2,80 10,40 15.32 2.23 3433 2,35 7 fl 1 15,09 I -12,89 1C9 12,15 BROYTXTUXE, PRECIACT IVo. G. Names. LoU B'.k Tax Korth Brownvilie Barnen & Bro. 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 Iff 1 10 19 22 23 35 do , ' I i ' i d ' ' ' : ' . do ' . do Browuville . . I Cc'happ Joha . ColhappJoha Colhapp John Col Sloan. James W , . Coleman Jives T i Caieney Alichael ' . - ucx a s Cox S3 Cox S S : 7 CoxBS"' .CcxSS . " CoxSS i - i, Cox S3 . CoxSS '.'CoxSS CoxSS ' - CbeacWu E A Dodge iwbert L Easterly Ja...

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 August 1863

0 NEBRASKA ADVERTISER. . FCBLISDKD TTEBT THCTISDAT BT T. E. FISHEE, Bcond Story Strickler's Block, liain Street, rl kates or adtexit: i;. One sqnare (ten line. or lass) one issflrtiuj, laca ad&iional inaarttoa - Business C ir-s, mx Useser ls?s, e:iyrsr Cue oaimasi oteyear - - -- - Oae half goIbais ne re ar - - Oj fourth tolnuia oik yesr - . - . - One e:;M column ene year v - ' Oacuimaii ix sinmhs - - - tc half a'laain tlx muutha one fauna cxiutan m months 4J I J 43 on 5 M t m IS ' !1 l. Ay AyAye'Ay'vy 4- TERMS: om Copt. year, n dysnce, Three C.Piff one d5rtw4, -CIsbofFiTi, - - - " " Club oX Ten, - - $2 oo 6 00 6 00 IS 00 One iiu tf poiaa six ie irneaoinxaii three m-ntb s One balf ejlamn tirre n;uii:i One fcurta ootnsin Usrre mar Ote euthta cuiamn tires r v A anoancin r Candidate f ,r Traxuie&t sjSTerUAeiaaiiU c. -Tear!r adrertiseneiiU, . Ia Trsnacie&t A.ATeruen.eu. sqnare will la charged for by lie i: . , - J Ml 1"? 50 - ' VI M" a cs - 00 Xcr te aJ?nca. When not paid 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. — 22 August 1863

ADVERTISE ' t. n. fisher, editor. Xenafca Conutr and Fort Kearney - Believing that honesty is the best policy,'' vc submit to the citizens of this coumy a few facte, though not very com. plimentary to their tsgacity and enter prise. - : ' t Ten times a$ much of the travel across .the plains,' leaves the Hirer from Omaha And Nebraska Ciy as from Brownville Ten -times as many freighters start ler Denver, Julesburg, and the Forts from Omaha and Nebraska-City as from thi '.county. Our own citizens, when they erosi the plains, sometimes go via. Ne braska City. : These are unpleasant, hu miliating admissions, when we reflect mat we are as near, 11 hui ncai ci , i-j a . Kearney than any other point .on the River. The route from here to , Fort Kearnev is naturally better than any nthpr. In distance it is shorter than Tnost other routes: the road is compara-U tively level ; no large streams, except the Nemaha to cross, plenty of good '.water and pasture, and "between here and the Learjnwoth ...

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