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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 19 January 1865

V -Vf (S.J " . s) . -i I i is is i ! fs ( HATES OF ADVEnTIlNG. One square (tea lines or 5r?sone ic.w.ioa X! SI h additional insertion - i liusin-ss card,six line o:r Ies oce year 19 C One column cnevear - - ill CI 0a bU' ttamo aeyear - - J 64 One fourth I coluatnone tea? 33 ft Oua eighth coluataone jtil - ' 21 C) One column tx month . bl) C Gue balf column S X moo tl JJ 83 Oai fourth c lnun ia tw.titrs 21 04 One eighth rolunio eta tt.'fctU la D$ Uue eiu uia three irmatb 30 03 One bli column a ix m ntb - , 21 09 duo fcurih eolumnthre months 15 t One eijth'h c!uino three iBurtihs 11 f 9 Anoum-irK candidates fur n'-Tice - H Al! tMnsienl advertisement must 1-e rail ia vanue. Yearlj advertisements rjuarterlviu advance. All kind of Job. liH.kand Car l j.rinii'S, d. ue ia lEBRASKA ADVERTISER;,: CZO W. HILL & CO,,' jdTertiter Clock, Uatn St Between 11 2d. Ay W w S" Subscription, must invariably, be raid iaAdvance j- Book Work, and Plato au4 Fancr Jb Work, LIBERTY AND. UNION, ONE AND INS...

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 January 1865

th re can eccrcely be a doubt ibat work : - Trill scon te commenced on ibat line alio, I iherefcrenhink you will admit that I did not predict too much for Nebraska trhen 1 said to you, in my last annual wesfage in alluding to these and to the ether jrailroads which were proposed to be built ihTcuch car Territory, that: 'Yiih these magnificent works success fully prosecuted to completion, connecting us directly with the gr?at cities of the Atlantic aiid Pacific with thet advant age of the Homestead, a virgin and fertile oil, of f xhautj salt springs, with a climate an eolubriutis as exists in.lhe, w.orld, iione can hentate to pre die' for Netraata j;igatjtic stride iu the attainment cf wtalih and power." At a former session of the Legisla ture, I called the attention cf members to the prevailing evil, io common every where, of deferring, till the closing hours of the seiion. the passage of most of the acts or bills of the session. Tins practice is 'sometimes fraught with much mischie...

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 January 1865

i - - "me- " Cl-.-.-dwfrtisf r; BROW VJLLK,TUL'Ii.SIAY JA.S.l,le5, I O C j. I. Ulan IfKi, .NiritBti.i.iei.mi.tnn, kerj'-viti. li'r;:-: Li et..e.Ae. Ac. Ac.f rMile.ai tin See Hiis' Bulletin in another column. . W. M. C Perkins lakes th best Pho log'aphs out. Hare you seen 'IVrkin's last ar.d beat" jf not. call -t his Great Wisttm Piioto grapic Gailei'. If ycu want a No. 1 picture po to W. M. C. Perkia'a Grat Wtttera Gallery. Col. 'Peter A. Sarpy, one of the firct tattlers of Net raska, died at rUut.ti.ouih, en ihe I5:h, vU. Th? iven'hr is flue ai.d (''feasant, and ib i' u g-jud toiidmon fcr crossing t this point. We have word from our Councilyien, A. S. Holl-aiHy, that his bill to txui.d I t'.e i.u.e itr pnjtt.g T;xeb, will" in all rrob3Mliiy ia u,n. .. . You Lid betui- be at Plisa' Pioneer j Auumu R..cius i;txt Saturday, as hr vmIi j i!tv' Yi.utfrtatburjiuiiia m CiotUu.g, Hats ; 4ii;d Caps, Woul Gocds, Bo.. is arjd bhotfc, Hardware, :c, ice. ,., T A N.-w lii ut rj it in .:,.Cvof ert...

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 January 1865

To Close Elasiiicss. THEODORE HILL, Ko. 17 Main Street, Having detciTiiined to Wind np my Dry Goods Business this Fall and Winter, I will offer lo the tiude my immense stock tit greatly Reduced PflCCS. THEODORE HILL, Having made large ' purchases can and will sell my entire stock compiLing the latest Styles oHered ia the Territory to Cash .buvcrs at a great sacrifice. THEODORE HILL, Intends to dispose of his superb Stock , by March next, con sequently is enabled Jo oClr greater in ducements to the trade than can be given by any other Jlouse ia the West. THEODORE HILL. THE 2Ls. 3. "W. Gr. $AWAXDFLOURISG ILLkep eonjUctTj on bttd n ;scrtment x. Extra-upcrfins to Common SHUN GILES, An4 tU Ather Mtisles usually kept in a Brtt-clas? Merchant Flouring or Saw lill. Urowiiville, Mfrcb 3lst,'t54. n30-8 ly. THOS; C. CEEHSHAW, UANUFACTUKER SADDLERY DEALER IK & COLLARS ALL KINDS OF ARSESS, WHIPS, SPURS, LASIIgS, Naia Street, Opposite Ware's Bank, NEBRASKA CITY, NEBRASKA. GEO. A. PRINCE &...

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 January 1865

IEBRASKA ADVERTISER . RATES OF ALVr?TI3i:,Gr " f cfe iniiitioil ieoru-i - I rtlUSUID tTlET TCTSIAT IT GEO. V7. HILL &. CO., 4reriierB16ek,lIa.!n 5't Eetweenlat k 2d llu.noi erdMix lice or Us cs r i)ncvJaon cue year Oa b.tif (xQnit on jenf - Ooe fv-anii coiumnoaa year - ae ;gbih coluQoore eJ Odo ei uiaD six ui iclbs Oaa hsif cvlausa six oa'uth -One fourth cciuiua six tuna tha Cd cibib cviuiao ix t..(.lUs - 19 C ?) C5 23 CI 21 CI 53 ei 3) 61 :i C3 33 Of 21 C3 15 e 13 f r j Will Llo, 2ST. T. vne cwuos3 tfirc lon.'.a One ha'f cJuiru b six ta-jcttl .TEEM8: Ctay,coa rear, Id advance, ... ft 50 J? cbwipiion, Dsa't ictariib'j, be pa'i inAdTacre jy B,k Work, ad P:iu an4 Fancy Jwb Wurk, ,a .n tb bt 5tf'. aud on l-rt notice. Hue l.unn co!l inn three Di'irtr. Goa eighth co'dbjo three mrthi Ana.utk-i.-(r. eandid.-ites f.r c2 All .rtanicnt df ertUcnit-U Jtsi it b ia ai- vance. Yearly dTertinnta qmrt'iV S3 advasce. Ailkindj of J. b. lin.k :! Carl j rm;h g. d. t ia te" t? n --.- i-i.'i -. -ir.'...

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 January 1865

ft'cbraskci C-Uiucttiscr v 1 r. MOWyi'ILLE, TDCRSPAT JAN. 2, ISM. We are p Icr sc J to fee our Councilman make a motion for the adjournment of the Legislature on ihe 1st cf February. In times like these, when money is $o much needed by the General Government, and I r tKa familioc rtf our Viraro .erdrliors in the field, ujoue should he wasted by our . Legislators in legislation to stop the in- - crease of dogs, black-birds or crow?, as .1. . . t . . i. . . i that they cannot repeal, nda individuals can legislate thetn cut of existence to he best advantage with a shot gun. We would suggest, that if possible, the Legislature do adjourn as proposed, and vote the amount thus saved to the fami lies of our soldiers in the field. It iaay not be possible to do this d:rec:Iy, ns the approprintion is, we believe, for "Legis lative Expenses,'-' and if net thus ex ' pended merely remnina to the credit cf the Territory, but, no matter how arrived at, the act would be tut one of justice, nd would ...

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 January 1865

lyc cvii 5 ex. ioWTILLE,TnURSPATJXX.2S,186i, LOCAL. iTac lde. M rip?. Execution, Keflerins, ijTiigc Licne.ic. ic. Ac. for tale at this UC;. See Biis' Bulletin in another column. Terlins takes the fcnetl Potoraphs cut. Subscribe for your County Paper. Hackney & Bro" teeP lte choicest iEsonniect of Groceries re rkins has sent fur a lot of the finest encry that tan be Ud. The Mite Society will meet on Friday -ht at the muMire of Mr. Allison. Ye notice, as cold as the weather has en for the rast few a 7s' ltat rerliiDS ieFi Ijsy taking pictures. parried Jan- ev- ra- JiBi-ow, near Mt. Morri?,' Illinois, Mr. J. D. DcrT to Miss Maet A. BcrxrTT. Biiss will have a rousing Stock of New Goodi to sell next Saturday. All who want anything, no rr.atterwhat, had bet ter attend his Auction. August of the Eating House has low, and will ketp, a supply of Tobacco, Segars, Candies, and most anything in .he Ccnfectionery line. The Weather at present is cold and ;lear. Last night was the coldest.of t...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 26 January 1865

t. i Close SnsiEcss. THEODORE HILL, Ko. 17 31a!n Street, Having determined to Wind up my Dry Goods Easiness this Full and Winter, I will oiler to the trade my immense stock at greatly Reduced Prices. THEODOKE HILL, Having raado l.rgc purchases can and wiil sell my cntiro stock comprising the latest Styles ollered iq the Territory to Cash buyers at a great sacrifice, THEODORE HILL, Intends to dispose of his superb Stock by March next, con-, scquently.is enabled to olllr greater in duccments to the trade than can bo given by anv other House b the West THEODORE II1LL. SAW AW FLOURING WILL keep eonBtantly on hand an afsortment c Extra-trperfia to Common O TlJ 5 SHIN GILES, An4 all ether articled ninaTly'krpt in afirat-fl&. lierchant Flouring or Saw Mill. ' BrowiiTille, March 3I?t, '64. n30-8 -It. THOS, C. CEEHSHAW, MASITACTUUEII 8ADSLER7 DEALER 15 COLLARS ALL XJXJLS CT ABSESS, VHJPS, srUJS, LASHES K"ain Street , Ooposite 7tre'i Bank, NEBRASKA ITY. NEBRASKA GEO. A. PRlNCE & CO'f ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 2 February 1865

NEBRASKA ADVERTISER Gro. w. hill" cl co RATESO:r. ADYE-'IIIi Oae aqnare (tea lia-M ot l2ert tyRv . If x.aca aiiJiosiu tnisn - - Lusia card.rx lines cr ! cce year One column 0Dytr - -On Lalf coo tao e&ejr - One foartb! eoluianoae jesf One eigbta eoiu an une jt.r - -Oae.Cluinn ix :s,a;b Oce half coluan i.i c-u"l - 9 Oas fourth column iii nvr.rba One eighth cf!c:in gis wOuiht One Polaias thre ie r.L j - " One b;f column t r:x wn' " One fourth e-iuunihrre ir.'trth One eihih eolurm thrte mtin'bl Annnnrin n.i'i.ta?a ftir tw-e 10 c it tt 19 C5 33 Ci 21 C) S3 CI IS C3 21 i 01 23 C5 21 15 69 20 f .Advertiser Block. Haln St Between lt a 2d. Ay .Ay AyAyfcAyAy 4 TERMS: ha Cr, e-neyear, In advance, - - ft 5o r! All transput ad'ierwetneaU EiUit be" r'J in d- Subscription, tnuet ioariab'j, be r:d in Advance JJ" aV;k Work, and Plain aud Fmcj Job Work, lc in tbe beat atyle and cn ah'irt notice. vane. . Yearly adrrrti xrn's quarterly in adTsr.ee. All ktnda f J-b. li.-k at! J Curl irintif. dn lK i...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 2 February 1865

JOHN COLHAPP, EDITOR. 1R0WSTILLB, TnUK?DAT FEB. 1,U!S. The War news, this week, is only im portant in the movement of troops. The only event of note near Richmond is ths destruction of an important bridge on the Weldoa railroad by a freshet, thus as sisting our army in besieging. It is re ported that the rebel Congressmen have resigned and gbnehoae; that the Archives have keen removed, and that Davis has tad the city mined, preparatory to evac uating aid blowing up Richmond. ' Thereis.no foundation fer Peace ru inora. A formidable expedition from Forts Morgan and Gaines, has gone up the Pasacgolona to a position in the rear of Mobile. ' Gen. Thomas has gone into winter quarters with his army on the Tennessee rirtr. - : Sherman's advance has reached Har deeville, N. C, and is moving on Charles ton. The rebels are reported concen trating at Bra.nchvil.ej to resist his ad vance. 'The armies of the James and Potomac have been consolidated, and Sheridan placed in command. Gen. Meade has ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 2 February 1865

Qlbvicvtistv. r.STILLE.TECRSDAT FEB. 2,1655 LO C A Xi. Hortfc-agei, Executions, IvepleTing, , I.irnis.e. Ac. Ac. for tale at thu 0:e. Blis1 Bulletin in another column, notice of Dissolution of Fartuer- Berkley k Keely. Artist Ferkins takes the finest ex'.ant. ' j Wood is teilicg our city at ccrd and cottonwcod at 55 50. one cesirin- a N. 1 Piano or on, will find it w their advantage it this ofcce. lite Society will meet to-morrow at the residence f . F. Bar .'luijc. bttvem2J and 3d street. sale of th Old Bridge at Long's - came off oa the ilSih, and it sold enormous sum of 62. Lest of friends must pass away, rkii-s' pictures ne'er decay; you'd 'cure, while 't can be had, a life ::urc of your dad," or any one else iy love or esteem. hae &e a;surance'from one who that not one of our merchants dollar :to eastern merchants for of any kind. What other city in .La ccn say as much. th Ero's Zook, will in a few ive a large supply of Tribune Al m which they will sell at publishers AUo, a...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 2 February 1865

i go-Jto. . !Sasiaest , . - V : f - ; f ... i i . ' iMr : -. THEODORE HILL, Ko. IT Main Street, . :, l : . v- Haying determined to Wind up my. Dry Goods Business this . r Full and Winter, I will offer to the trdde . piy immense stock .at greatly Reduced Prices, THEODORE HILL, Having made largo purchases can and Trill sell my entiro . ; stock comprising tho latest Styles oflered the Territory to Cash buyers at a . ; great sacrifice. THEODORE HILL, . ' Intends to ' dispose of his' superb Stock by March next, con sequently is enabled ''to" offer greater in-r ducements to 'tjia trade thaq can, bo . . given, by any other JIuujq in the West. TIIKODORE HILL, 1 THE HT r,m Em "7" C3r SAW flourixq TTILLkeep eotstantlj on tand an arsortment of Extra-uperflne to Common - ... i ' 3?:3La C3 ."O" E. , And all other articles nunally kept in a first-class AJetrbant Flouring orw Mill. Urowrille, March 3If. '64. n30-8-ly. THOS, C. CRENSHAW, MANUFACTURER DEALER SADDLERY COLLARS ALL KINDS 07 HARNESS, IV...

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 February 1865

HEBRASKA-ADVERTISER rniilEXt KTOT THCXKDXT IT GEO. W. HILL & CO., ratesof a.dv:itis::;u Oa square ( PB naet er lafcoae isssrtin aiiiiiLalLE4erWn - iauinew eanI.iJt liana orltucu jur One 2unn one 7 tar - . On balf euaia 00 j!r C&a fuartlil aolumaos jar - Cna eijhli eolanaaonit year - One column six m-jciij One aalftolama six tmstr.s - One foarth column tij mi nt-hs On eighth eolamr six n.ontls One column hr months - One half column n ix months One fonrth ec!',nsnilir months One eighth column three moat hi - vr v i a 1 wy I 1 advertiser Block, Main S't Between 1st 2& J - i I a I r , ! 1 h i i l ! 1 Ay I (I 2. 1. IT. CT, eneyear, in adranet, - $3 50i . ft wa - " - - AlltransientadTeriLsen&esis tsait t paid is, t Subscription, amrt inariab!j, be paid inAdrance rsree. Yearly adrertimectj qsirterlT in 4nEf. All kind of Job, Look a&4 CrJ priatic j, dv;- ilie beet ity? on short uotir and raonafi!B ? jj- Book Work, and Plain and Fancy Job Work, in the beat ttjie, and on s...

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 February 1865

V' ! 1 m V -x? j JOIINL, COLHAPP, EDITOR. lEOtonriLLE, THURSDAY FEB. 91553. There is now a certainty that Dtvis ha sent Peac CoTaissicners to treat with President Lincoln. A conference was held, cp. &e 3d, at Fortresi Monroe, ietweea Messrs. A. II. Stephens, J. A. Campbell and R. M.'T. Hu nter, and Sec. Seward and President Lincoln. The result waj nothing leaving matters just as they were beforethe conference. Tht rsbels demanded recegnition, while the President demanded submission, neither yielding n hairs-tredih. Thus may all such conferences end. We de sire peact as much as any living loyal being; but the most permanent peace will be heralded not by commissioners but by Jeff. Davis fleeing for life from hip deluded victims. Now, ceein that the rebel can treat for peace, and none is obtained, it is the duty cf out Govern ment to make them re-treat from the Confederacy, until there is nut a foot of it left to treat for unless -they submit The Rules of 'War muit have a very wide...

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 February 1865

XTILLE.TUCBSDAT FSB. 9,18M LOCAL. .ex. "vw .-v AvlAAA ,eeds, JrlKegea, Executions, lleplevini', LicfDre.A. Ac. 4. for aale at tbis OSse. 33 get his pictures up ia style, r:,,' Bulletin in another column. lilies oceans cf ewall styles s at Marsh's. xeatlier for the past - week has t pleasant. Cole is our auilcritd Agent ! an J vicinity- Fail and Sprin? Wheat Flour at Vil'-ti & Swan's. rd lf exclusive light for ;::e,;irtV Corn-Planters. cm fjiifrin? hero corn?," i. e. f tie Groat Western Arti&t. 3tiV Hr!.1 Crn-riftrtcr mr.'t 1 r r dura! ili'v cr cronomy. Get u?. r, rn?. v'u pt the best Photo ? Ai Hurt's up stairs, over tha .Tice. ? li.-caue he has pot the lest Gallery in the West. Soldier's Kc lief Association will morrow evening: at the reticence lev. Isaac Chivinffton. I st has r fine stock of variety See his advertisement, then go Mite Society will meet to-morrow at the retidenct it R. F. Bar- Leila:ure is busy' passing acts nJry bebis. We wish they would ;rs, and uext wint...

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 February 1865

To. "Close- Bnsincss. THEODORE HILL, IX llaln Street, Having determined to Wind up my Dry Goods Business this Fall and Winter, I will ofier to the trado my immense stock 6t greatly Reduced prices. - . t?T hm, ; VIC 7 , hi mthi w; n m. : mm THEODORE HILL, ILningmado largo purchases can and will sell my entire stock comprising the latest Styles offered jn tho Territory to Cash buyers at a great sacrifice. TEDEODOREI 1HILL, Intends to dispose of his superb Stock by, March next, con- " . Equently is enabled to offer greater in- t tucements to the t rade than can bo g jen by any other I Iouie in the West THEODORE HILL. THE SAW AND FLOURING i 11 ti i iM 0 WILL keep constantly on hand an assortment of Extra-uperfine to Common ) ( GROVESTEEN & GO, PIAiNO FORTE MANUFACTURE R 400 x2H.o.33X,r-rjr, isrzn'yv tto xissz. The attention cf the Pblie and tho trade is invited U our New Scale 7 Octave Rosewood Piano Fortes, which for volume d purity of tone are unrivalled by any hitherto offered in...

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 February 1865

:braska advertiser; ! rriuiHio mT rarKSSAT it t RATESOF- ADVERTISING. - Oaa aquar (tea Eae or lriieh!TUoi r. II ah A4itioC6l iDJTt!wQ - - - "1 f Eui,ai caxiiijii i;aei erle ojaar "1 t 1S column c.aajax - - - li CJ One half futsmn oca rfr - 13 C 2 i GEO. Y7. BILL &. CO c rtiser Elosk, llain B't Between 1st . 2d, One fosrt&l cvIukuoi j ?t r - Oft tigSlh colums cse 7tr - Oca eviumn ix wrtLs 21 CJ One h!ftu!saaME.sUl - S3 19 One fourth c-oiuasa n Bias'.hl - 21 3 Od ci-i'jTli cii;.n:n sixxcjsiii 15 C2 One Columa lire Deaths - S3 04 Oae half eolsico n six idcb .ti - 21 CI Vn f'-arlh cvlttatithree s ontl.t IS CI Voe cib'.h column three i.cn;t. - 19 it ABnoPEcin; candid! fr iJTsea CI AH transient advertiseiiisi U mult I ftU ia i- van.-e. Year'j aTtrti-Jf mccti pni-.rcrlT In a 'rice. AltkinJaof Jvfc, U.h k anJ Carl rriaiirr;. dona la the ' Kxt ' i r rr !! Iwiai . SO". T. 1 1 ? i 1 i ,t cat rear, It advance. 6i-:i rios, must imarial'j, be paid inadvaDC t uk Work, and Plain and Faacy J...

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 February 1865

m r JOHN Li EDITOR, IROWSVILLB, TUVBSDAY FEB. IS, 18C5. The Arnjy of the Potomac made a tuore cn the 4th, with a view to feel the enemy's position at or near Reame'ssta tico, and several severe engagements bare been faught since. The engage ment on the 6th is described as being terrible, but resulted in pushing forward . our advance line a distance of four miles. Our loss during this day is estimated at ' COO. Evidently Grant's design is upon the Danville railroad, which if he. can succeed in getiug possesion of will cut efT all supplies from Richmond. It is ' reported that Richmond is being evacu " a ted we think this may have arisen frcm the flight of non-combatants. : The reported evacuation of Mobile is Oow confirmed. No particulars given. ; Up to the 5th hostilities had not been ' resumed off Wilmington. Sherman has probably ere this cut off Charleston from the interior by tapping the Charleston,. Augusta and Atlanta . railroad at Hranchville and Augusta. The capiur-e of Branch...

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 February 1865

Obveviisev. B0W.NYILLE,THURSPATFEB.Io,1865 "lank I'eeds, Mortgages, Executions, Replevins, Marriage Lie-ease. Ac. Ac. Ac. for sal at thif J2iie. See Bliss Bulletin. Koiire the notice for ttie Election $f oce School Director. The Stewart Hand Corn Planter eaves five tiroes its cost in one season. TV r"-ace 10 our Clothing l at Medfor' t8e f Corn-PJantersdoes for everythmjyou with to plant iu hills. yjcj ni:h!;ricSvanhaTe a fine assort piect iaitern Confectionery. See Eiis" Bulletin in another column. There will be sprvic at the M. E. Church rxt Snlirath at 10 1-2, a. rn . ecd at 7 o'clacU, p. rn. You will find it '-love' la or Ion" to tare a picture of a dear friend faker, by nj'trtf eicept Perkins. , Read Bliss's Bulletin, then go and buy yourself rLh. The Mite Society will meet to-morroTr, Friday evening, at the resident of Dr. Thurraan. There will b a Sabbath School organ ized at the M. E. Church, next Sabbath at 2 o'clock, P. M. Quite a drove of horses and mules passed up through...

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 February 1865

: i : i To -Close Business. ; . THEODORE HILL, Xo 17 Jlaln Street, Having detennincd . to Wind up my Dry Goods Business this '. Fall and Winter, I v.ill oQur to the tiudo my immense stock at greatly Reduced Prices, THEODORE HILL, Ilavicg made large purchases can a.nd will sell my entiro steel: coin prising the latest Styles oflered in th.3 Territory to Cash buyers at & great sacriGce,. THEODORE HILL, Intends to dispose of his superb Stock by March next, con sequently is enabled to oGlx greater in ducements to the trade than can. bo given by any other Homo iq tho West. sr THEODORE HILL. '3T Tim SAW AD FLOURim WILL keep constantly on bati An a-Wtment ' Extra-uperfine to Common Zj -CL rT , S M EN & LE , And all o'her article? umally'ke pt in afiret-clas licrrhant Flouring or Saw Mill. Urownville, March 3Iet,.'64. n30-8-ly. TEOS. C.CBEHSHAW, liANCFACTUREB DEALER COLLARS iueness, hip1,dspurs, lashes, Nain Sf reet, Opposite Ware's Bank, NEBRASKA CITY, NEBRASKA. GEO. j&. PRINCE...

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