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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 22 August 1863

IC E A I.. ,M Ti ll M AI i s. erfll 7""-' 'V""" "U AT. LX. An Ad ro j.p:v :ct Correspondence wilh "tatitfftkeliitil f A"" '"- -pni.W''. T1 anil " i,lii residc.it ibeCniirc States, of buinjf, a-ciifu th.jre.i ,nd iJit.jr in any fore gn country, hall, without the rmissiin T authority of the ..rertun -nt of the tited States, anl with the int.-nt to defeat the tures of the raid UTernuv nf,r to weakm in y way their effii'm-y, hold or ei-iameii.-e. directly ' iinctlj; any ci.rretjH.ridfDi-e r intercourse writ , (ir vnUI, with ibe esent pretended rbel TcrnojenJ. or wiib any (ffi.t-ror fccnt tlter.-of .r h any iber individual avting or svuipathiiin-r. rewitb; if if any u h pern above tn-ntitiiit-d, r duly aufhoiiztd. rli conns-! r as.-titt in any h c rre-jndciice r interi-ours-, with intent a r nid, La shall be di-cmcd guiHy.of a bih mis uuB'T, Miid' on c4 t:Tic itn L-fre any court f e United Sat havitg jurisdiction there..!', all he' punished by a fine not 'Xc"diti ten thou !id d dlars. 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. — 22 August 1863

CTWjUEUT TOVIl LOTS, KtDM. Lcta Bik Tax Alien CU Brirjf Osker BatWLB Butler LB Biker Isaac Baker Isaae BLisi John W Vila John W liarkman August . Barkm&n August Chambers Jackson Edwards William Edwards William Green k Martin Hovermine Henry Long Samuel . Long Samuel 8 wan William . Swan William Htandley Ilelina Smith Nathan W 2 3 4 IB II 12 T 8 4 I 2 I 2 4 10 II I 2 II 12 t 8 10 II 12 I 7 450 0 I 210 II IZ 7 8 78 103 143 137 80 82 80 118 SO 134 135 S3 83 12 113 135 115 110 143 149 CI 103 3.55 27,21 ,fi 2,80 18,40 16.32 2.23 64 34,83 2,35 7,33 15,09 12,89 12,15 nUOUMlLLC, PRECIS CT Sfo.G. Names. Lota Elk Tax North Brownville Rate nn & Bro. 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 Id 1 10 19 22 23 85 34 65 35 - 2 38 4 23 S3 67 64 29 69 66 32 63 65 39 6 14 56 12 24 15 47 12 13 15 39 2 21 22 41 IS 22 24 42 43 45 47 61 62 63 65 63 70 61 6 13 25 14 26 58 27 29 49 54 8 do r .7 t do ' . . de y - do y I 23 II 12 13 14 all of 9 10 II 12 13 14 8 t 10 II 12 13 14 all of 4,22 -BrownTlIlt . . Cclbapp John ....

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 September 1863

BY TS LEGKAPE Washington, Sep. 7. Dispatches from inside dated the 4ih says, when his rces arrived at Kingston, some resis nce was made, but the enemy soon fell Ickand retreated. At this point the ,yalry force sent from Rasecrans' army t Chattanooga, 60- miles distant, joined ;jrnsides force. ' The latter pushed on .is column to London at the mouth of the ',ittie Tenness, where a sharp fight took lace, but the enemy was completely outed with considerable loss. Our loss n all the skirmishes is trifling. The atest dispatches from Rosecrans to Gov rnment are to the 5th, which represent .is situation entirely satisfactory. New York, Sept. 8. A special from 'ie Potomac says, the rebels prepered an mjuscade for a party of the 6th Uaio ivalry, but finding it as they were re rning from a reconnoisance beyond the ippahannock.'they succeeded in wouud- and capturing 30 of them. The mander, Major Price, was wounded, t escaped. Chicago, Sept. 8. A special says re .ble authorities say the public ...

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 September 1863

THE ADVERTISER; T. II. FISHER, EDITOR.- EwOWNVILLi:, SATURDAY, SLIT 12, 1S33. Qlibmlisg. The Plattsmcaih Scnti d at last publishes Mr. Wheeler's ac ceptance of its challenge. It replies with a 'couple of columns cf caviling and quibbling. .It accuses Mr. Wheeler of corrardice, and au attempt to evade the challenge. The reply of Wheeler is brief and to the point. He scys plainly "I accept the Challenge you have made, and am note ready to lead loth cf yoa to the Nebraska First, to enter that Regi ment as prirates." ' Bt, sa)'3 the SenJinal, the editors of this paper did not both write the Chal lenge; Ergo, Wheeler is a cowardly abolition liar ! ! " The challenge reads: "We are credi bly informed that Sir. Wheeler has re peatedly branded the Seniintl as a Se cession sheet, and its editors as traitors! 4 We hurl the imputation back, " Sec. &.c. . We challenge him, &,c. This certainly implicates " lolk. Both were branded as traitors. Both were implicated in the challenge, and bot...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 19 September 1863

. 9 i - ft V V' ! ... s y 1 1 '.V NEBRASKA ADVERTISER.' ' PUBLISHED EVERY TIICRSDAT BT T. R. FISHER, Aeond Story Strickier'e Block, Main Street, ' BnowmriLLE, n. tp. " "" , . ,TERM8i: Ons Copy, coeyea'r, in advance, - ? Three C pie to one eaUxe, - - Clob Fire. - - - XX Club ol Ten, - 1600 ; w"be mot paid is Advance, but paid within the year, It per eent will be added to the aboTe terms. ' IX delayed om year, or more. 26 per cent will be added.- - . . : - e . , CJ- Book Work", .and Plain and Taney Job Work, done In tee best tjtle.-sl on tboit nouce BUSINESS -CARDS. ISIIA31 nnAVis, ATTORNEY AT LAW, FALLS CITY. NEBBAEKA. J Will practle e in all the Courts of Nebracka. vS-n-ly C. F. STEWART; , EGLICTIC PHYSICAIH SURGEON, imOWICTlLLE, NEBRASKA. Office oTer B. C. Lett'a Prog Store, Bolladay'i Bloct, Main street. ' TS-naa-ly BREITIIEYER & R0BIS0N, MANUFACTURERS OT fTBOOTS ANDSHOES, MAIM ItTWttH riXIT AKD SECOXD ITS., BltOYYM VILLE. N. T. Bavins, recently purchased tbe Shoe Sbop formerl...

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 September 1863

THE ADVERTISER. T. 11. 1 ISIIKH, KDITOlt. KROWXVILLE, SATURDAY. SEPT 19, 1863. The News Is again really cheering to all lor er of the Union. According to latest reports, our forces have got not only all Ci Morris Island, with Forts War ner mjJ Gregg, but one half of James Inland. Fort Moultrie has sur rendered, and doubtless Fort Sumter came into our pot-session at the same time. If not she can not hold out long, as ihe Ironsides and Monitors can now "peg away" at her from the north side. The surrender of Charleston is now only a question of time, and not a rery long time either. Burnside has m marched into East Tennessee, and by a splendid stroke of strategy, outflanked the rebels at Cum berland Gap, and took several thousand prisoners, with all their munitions cf war and commissary stores. He i3 now in possession of Cumberland Gap, Knox ville, and all the counties surrounding, and his right wing has formed a junction with Rosecrans left. Rosecrans has gained a great victo ry a blo...

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 September 1863

BY TELEGRAPH. Cincinnati, 15th. In the capture of Chattanooga we took two Steamboats, 3U pontoons, very few stores, and no artil lery. Portland, Me. 15th. Returns from 187 towns eie Cory. Republican candidate for Governor. 14 000 majority. Same Towns !at year gate a Republican ma joruy of a Mile over 4,000. Th-s in clude! about 5 Sihs of the ac:g rebate vote of the Ssate. Towns to be b ard from pare Republican rnajoriues last yt-ar. lncreae in vote over last year, aUut 25.000. House of Represenatives t lands about 100 Republicans to 60 Df roocrats: Senate will probably be unanimously Republican. Fortress Monroe, . 15th. Transport from Hilton Head reports the arrival ibrre of Relief, from Morris Island Fri day Evening, at which time a white flag vm flyinc over Moultrie and our force la J capured half James Island. M un to wre lyinz between Sunip'er and M mltri-. CipC D s. of the relu f tuata. pas-d Ciiarh'stiui bar at 4 p. m Saturday Hud a whf. iIj u!i ily i me; Nlivi't -nt T'i Ust u...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 19 September 1863

laws or tiii: nxirri) ktatcs, T9scdattht Thir l S n iou 'of the Thirtytertnih CrurLXXlY. An Act to amend n Ae tntitled An .Act to provido internal Revenue to support the (; vtrnujcBt and. jKty interest on tbe Public ' Dcl'tt"p.roVi..l July first, eighteen bandied and ' ixty-fwo, and fc-i other Purges. Jie it rei'tlvrrf ly theS-nate find JIutite of Keprein etatirieofth Unittd Staff "f Amrric in Congret A'tcmUed, Thst "An act to provide internal revenue to support the Government and pay interesf on the public debt," approved July firfc eighteen hundred and t-ixty-two, be and thesaino hereby is, aineuded as hereinafter set forth, namely: That wherever nny written notice, or other In Ftrument in writing is required, the sam t-hn'l he lawful if written or pirtly written and printed. That section eleven be, and herc i ., amended io as to authorize assistant assessors to perform any duties therein imposed Un a.-e.-ors. Tqrt section nineteen be o amended that the deputy collector, ad wdl as...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 19 September 1863

t BY TELEGRAPH. Cairo. Feb. 1. rlntelligence from .VickburT ayj water is running; through the cut oti two to four teei le;t deepest nt the lowest extremity. No sij'M yet of the chantir-1 wideum. River men think it wiil le of n prdcticai valj bjt military engineers don't cu;:uiJi in this opinion anJ are goin on with the work. A !-kirnii:h on PiJgeon Ru-si road on Tuesday, resulted in :tderal lobs of 8 killf-d and 13 wounded. Lare rebel fon-e tuy repairing road from Holly Springs to Oxford. I'hree brigades at last accounts were tetweeo Tallahatchie aud Holly Springs. Im pression prevails that the rebels have teen largely reinforced from Richmond, that they have transferred the real tht a tre of the war from their capital to the southwest. Refugees from lie.jrjjia ar rived here last night, and represents the country in a most deplorably condition. They say there is still some Union Sen timent in Georgia, but it is as in jch as a man's lite is worth to let it be known From rebel source ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 19 September 1863

Tno'Econoinyot' Using j - .---- v - - . T H . . FRANKLIN Family Sewing nachine. ', ry lBht).v re; ke the celebrate.! CJJOTXH FAXERlSTITClL birjt taken t he cisbeu preml at K .' lilmoi State Fair, in Septeniter last, at ibe CiuirU Sutes Fair in St. Lou , in I860, and at tae principle Siaie K: irn throughout tiie Cour.t.-y. Compettbt Judges gave a derision in favor of tbU ultch. .n account of lis preav auenrtri aiid adaptation to II kin.U of farniiv and nisu-rarmrlr.K purpose. ' Tli loll, wiii Tui will thow ibe cifleience in favor t. in Machine over theoM ic:ln d of stitcHon I y fc:id. lu Hie w..rk.jn of 'iiei-e HatLine tUt-re i uot a great anvins; of labor and lime, bfMdes adding rej!lv a Lealibfolr.es of theerrpVyu.rn . Iut the Uitt-fc it much stronper, uiuie elastic, ai.d ea liable U rlpnr ravei tbau the statu made wlta abuaie. and Time consumed ia mcltiti !ty Machine. Br nrt i oa IjuiiaV Uaiairota. .Hours, luiu n ur. Mm Sl!klrea. - i I . li 1 39 Aius.iD Sl.irt, 20 Merluu Ureas, t ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 28 January 1864

iBRASKAJUDVERTI'SER TCBUSUEO EVEEY TCI BSD AT BY ISHER & COLHAPP, Berry's Old Stand, Ll&in Etrest. jrovcnvillo, T. TERMS: py, one vr, In advance, s c 'Pie, to one atoress, , of Five, of Ten, - 3 00 0 00 8 00 16 00 en not paid in Advance, bet pti J wltbin the year, r cent will be added to the above terms. e!red one year, or more, 25 p.cr cent will be X. - Book Wort, and Pliin and Fancy Job Work, a the fcet style, and on ahort notice. JUSTNESS CARDS C. F. STEWART, iLICTIC PHYSICIAN SURGEON, nOUXriLLE, KCDRASIU. . r H. C. Lett's Prog Store, nMIadar'i iin street. v6-n43-ly JWARD "V7. THOMAS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, AKD LICTTOE IN CHANCERY. Office cirner of Main and First Streets. BROWNVILLE. NEBRASKA. IILLINBRY GOODS ! MRS. 31 ART IIKWETT, . Ann-.uDce to the ladiee of Brownville and vi- i cinitr, nt one has just received from me Kast a magniucciit mocaor IKO AND SUKXSK KILUEEELY GOOES, Cuuamin or ;Cs and Sli' IJonnct and IIi:tP. it ihhmiw. Flower, fee. icfc she invite the attention of ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 28 January 1864

mnkjmk mint ir'iaLV i. : mijxj )c Qlwcvtisiv. ! EDiroi.s. tr.OTTXYILLE, TLURSDAV, JAN. 28,1801. Struggling, as our country is, bravely ejainst the rebellion ; constantly narrow ing its boundary, hemmiag it in on oae eide, by what has been termed by our 'beef eating" friends in the "fcj isle" of England, a "paper blockade," and on the ether by th bayonets of determiatd freemen, the question of a final settle meat, and how that is to be affected to the best advantage end the eternal ex tinclin of eJarary, coitim up with a force hitherto unexpected. So eager has been tha public tnmd upon the vital point of asserting the supremacy of the Constitu tion over ever f oat of Union territory, that, should the rebellion cease to-morrow, our government would be nearly in as bad a predicament as the boy that taught an elephant, and after he got ti "didn't know what to do with it." The most sanguine, upon the matter of slavery, think that the President's Pro clamation has settled that entirely, 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. — 28 January 1864

r.0W5VILLEtTIIUiiSPAY, JAN.23, 1854. C. If. SCRIVEX, ZKtViA' ADTEETittRO Agent, and nealer in t, Bs end Colored lnki of the Bet Quality i. 63 Itrbrn treet, Chicago, Illinois, if our an nted atfor tbe Advertiser tod Farmer. MA TIIER 4- A DEO TT, 7KITEtTATE AKD FORT'G jf XtWSPAPEH AD stisi.v'I Aceuct, 333 BroaJiray, Nev Turk, are author! ed acents for tbe Advertiser and Famer. jor, coe co.. iTET iKO Agikts, and Dealers In Inks and .litinj Ifitcriai of all kinds, Ofllce ribune Building, , Tork.aul Brown's Iron Building Tblladelphia, e our au:hovsei agents for the Advtrtiter and Far rr. ' LOCAL. Almo't every "old settler" is a weath proplet. 4'Sun dgs," nnd "Ground g da." (Feb. 15,) are given end en as indications of the future. "St. iul'3 day" was regarded by our fore .ibers as a criis of great importance, icause it was believed that the weather ? the whole year might be predicted om tie meteralogy of that day. The tdictoa ran: "If the tun shine, it betokeng a good t ; ' f it rain or 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. — 28 January 1864

at t OFFICIAL. LUVS OF THE LMTr.I) STATES, Patted al the Third Seuiun of the lhirty-$tccnth Congret. Cba;. I 3. An Act to ii-corj-orrite llin Tu.-i;-tuiioc for the K luci'i- n of Colored Youth in the District of f u it, lie it tiiacteJ i-ytLe Senate at.d Ilonsc of . Jlepresrr.Uiives of the Ui.it?l Sraies of Amor ca in Conges assembled, That Henry Addi ton, John C. Underwood, Geo-3 C. Abbot', Willitta II. Char-ninar, Xai cy II. Johnson, of the District of Columbia, and Myrtella ilir.er tf jCalifcrni.i, and their associates and tucced sors, are hereby cotiftitutcd and declared to be n boddv politic and corporate, by the name and title of -'The Institution for the Kduca t u of Glored Youth," to be located in the District of Columbia ; the objects of which in stitution are to educate a;:d improve the moral and iute'Iectml condition of such of the color ed vouth of the nation as may le placed un der its care and ii flueace, and by that name fchall have perpetual succession, with pewer to...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 4 February 1864

IB R ASK A ADVERTISER " rCBLlSUED EVEBT TUVKEPIT Br j ISHERi &J COLII APP, .Berry'a Old Stand, Uin Street. 3ro;wuvilloi 3NT. T. TERMS: l t Atiinl ,opT,oa Jtr,iuiu , $2 00 6 00 8 00 16 00 C ipies, to one address, . of Five, of Ten, hen not paid In Advance, tut psldwltbin ine year, r tent will be added to the atove terms, delayed one year, or more. 25 per cent will be d. "T Book "Work, and Plain and Fancy Job Work, In the bet style, and on short notice. )U SINESS CARDS 0. F. STEWART, GLICTIC PHYSICIAN SURGEON, -r-m tt n t-tf Drnu Store, nfUadaTa AID t, Main street. v6-n43-ly DVARD W. THOLIAS, ATT0RKEYd AT LAY, 3LICIT0S IN CHANCERY. Otic comer ot MaiTTnd First SUeet. BROWNVILLE. NEBRASKA. LIILLINERY GOODS I 3IRS.3IAUY UCITCTT, . Announces to tbe ladies of Brownvlll e and tI i cinity, tbat fhe bas Just received from tbe East a magnlOcent stock ot ASD SUKHEE HILLIKXET GOODS, Consisting of .dies' nnd MiseH Donnets and Ilatf, Uibbons, Flowern, kc, wbicb she invites tbe attention of the...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 4 February 1864

EDimrs. 3 3 " tnOT.'N VH.LE, THURSDAY, FEB. 4, 1SG4. There has been, we believe, since the 1 fgicnicj of history, but few instances, if m parties existed, that the stronger did nut ut its power till it became an evil to great that it corrected itself by recoil in? "slid destroying the party or power fcr tie time.lein at least. This may lc seen particularly in the history of re vviutions ; laVe those revolutions that , lysye npurr'd ia Europe and thv dorni . mm ftirtf las generally overleap! it - tlfV'nr.d; fell powerless be)'ond the de fired' goal, through reforms overdone, or Mrecitios. committed upon the' opposing iry. This is one of the weaknesses of -lmnma, nature: pine-tenths f the hu man family know not 'when to let well moogh alone," In cur land this is ap parent in a thousand ways; the unedu , cated over zealous Union men,' if per mitted, would damn the Union with kind ness, by" atrocities committed in their in irne zral for its welfare. This needs rnme reptraing influence, ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 4 February 1864

' Slirurriisn'. BR0W5 YILLE.TUUItSPAY, FLU. 4, 1S34. c. jr. scRirEtr, General Advertisjko Agek't, and Dealer In Kewg, Bank, and Colored Ink u t.i Rt Poalily No. CS Dearborn treet, Chicago, ItHo;? ur an kerized agent for tbe Advertiser kui i'tiTT-i MATHER 4- ABBOTT, TriTED TATEI AKD F0&EI6X KE WSPA ;- AD- EXTtsiKd Agency, 333 Bro.tay, New Y.-rk, are ur authorized rents for the Aicertiser and Farmer. JOY, COE k CO., AKTEKTISI5Q Acektc, and Dealers In Inks and f rintiDj Material or ail kind, Office ribune Euiltlinf, Isew Tork, and Brown's Iron Building rt.iladcliMa, arur authorized ajenta for the Aivertitcr and Far met. . LOCAL. We have received from the Tribunt office, N. Y.f a copjref the Tribune Al manac for 18G4. It is tbe most complete rectrd of events and statistics that can be Lad in pamphlet form in the United States or elsewhere. No one desiring a record of tbe most interesting events of the past year in the halls of Ccngress, or on the field of battle ia an easily ac c'es...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 4 February 1864

"' 1 ! hi i 1 i r V 1S50 7a3TALIIIED 1656 X7M. T. DEN, u.t raiuTid frutu lie' Saitarn Xarkats, with Ur4t ! Weil a!cled Sia wf Goodi, aaiUblt fcr bla XarktK- Den Defies Competition! Tfio Id want at Cxds will do well to call at DIN'S bafore vrrehaclnf. U tae am to tell 7 CHHA.T BILL OF CCOfcS.r Hi ttock constats o Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Piece Gccds for Hen's ucar, LADIES' DALQRAL'SKIRTS, Hoop Sklrtf, Ladles' Hats, Fill ad Winter Single and Double Shawls, ttxcj Trimmings, &c. ' LADIES, Bay raur Fancy Toods and Kotiona at CSX'S. Ho keep tha largest asaortment of Hosiery, Gloves, and Gauntlets, Fane j Knit Coods and Shakers. CLOTHING. DKS baa a Larje Slock of Over Coats, Dress Coats, Pants, Tests, Shirts and Drawers, Diract from Beaton Sf arktt, that be teivitaa It a publle TO EXiJtlKB. - " . nr.iiEJinEn, nix's is tub nousi to but toub ; Hoots and Shoes, and Ladles' Fancy Gaiters. I) EN KEKTS THE LARGEST STOCK 07 nO?JE-HAI)E and CUSTOM-MADE KOOTS and SHOES la the West, an ' SELLS...

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