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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 12 July 1856

V ' 6.rv Ay AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO MATTERS- OF GENERAL INTEREST TO THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE. . ' . , - " ' ' - VOLUME, I. BROWNVILLE, NEMAHA COUNTY, N. T., SATUEDAY JULY 12, 1856, NUMBER 6. : Y i f l: id, -'ei;- U 3 u "I 1 j a.: , '".St , -. u it, tr v 'Ik-' i -01 ( "0 I . M i naT t.1 -si fst "if I rsr ,"1 . I a: HIT. on keti 5 :nrjf .? - ' ns-' I'rr i Vi !,-; : V i k:V ' At. ; rt - U kit- (I DITXD iT) rCBLISHED ITEET EA.TCRDAT BT W FURNAS, cord Street, let. K&in and Water," ' (Lake'i Block,') BROWNVILLE, Nr- T. ne yes-r f iETwi&Vl j ia'4vance), $2,00 six months, ..-..' ". " Ifi RATES OF ADVERXISIXgJ: . . ;nare, (12 lines or less,) one insertion, ''$1,00 additional insertion, . . ". " 0,50 qaare, one month . 2,50 thre months, ' " . fix months, ---' - 6,00 " myeM, . . 10,00 est Cards of six lines or lesi one year, 5,00 T lumn, one year, 50,00 lf Column, one year, . . 35,00 arth " ' u ... ! " 20,00 -nth f . .10,00 " it . All .If Column, six months, . . arth "...

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 July 1856

THE -ADVERTISER. IU VT. FURNAS, Editor. . SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 12, 1858. ' SII. Pauvix, No. 68 Fourth street, between "Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati. S. M. Pkttkngill A Co. New York. W. S.,SrxJixiR, No. Chestnut street, Saint "Louis. . 15. F. McLrcc, Troy, Ohio. ". Da. IL IL Darst, Tippecanoe, Ohio. . ; W. C. Mcxgek, Covington, Ky. , A, D. Kike, Archer, Nebraska. H. W. I'kter, Orejrou, Mo. 1)iuxn A Hawk, Kockport, IU. . Kidex A WnrTK, Nebraska City, N. T,. - Are authorized Agents to solicit Subscription and Advertisements for the Advertiser, and recieve and reciept for monies thereon. . . tifEL LisK QutT Claiu. Djcids. and Dxclaua tctet Statxmksts, for sale at the Advertiser Office. .. For the Nebraska Advertiser. THE 3TE77 LLITI) 077ICZ. Editor or the Advem true " that the members of Congress, ... . .ml Ti . ITawtti Wa Itava TvPTI ft TPCf t, Atiior vmita will ha rmrsued. uv a utjiaai iiAUiAA,A. 0 UVllCHC 1J vw..ww ..... i I ' . a . . .. rt ik. Vmc . nhUMnisrni - fntnam . ever Diiio...

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 July 1856

violation cr rcsT-crncE EEGULATioffs. ; Tor the benefit of those who are ignorant of the following postal regu lation, we copy; . '."To enclose or. seal a letter or any thing -(except bills and receipts for subscription) in, or to write cr print anything, after its publication upon any newspaper, " pamphlet,, magazine,- or other printed. matter, is illegal, and subjects such printed matter, and the entire package of which it is a part, tocletter postage, and if done in order that the.'samo may be carried by post free nf viostapp... subiects the offender to a ne of. five dollars for 'every such offence; andin such cases, if the person addressed refuse to pay such letter postage, the packages should be re turned 16 .the postmaster from whose oSce it camcj to prosecute the offender for, the penalty. Printed . slips or circulars sh'tcicd or pasted in with the body of periodicals or magazines with which they have HQ legitimate connec tion, are' attempts "to evade the law; and all. such m...

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 July 1856

(Ccpvjuunt. 7j W VV From the Mount Pleasant Observer. THE PL0T7, THE "RAXE, AND THE HOE. . A- song for tLe golden part, , And the high old forest trees Put-floating upon the breeze; " A song for flie nightly halls of Spa.ii, With their chivalry long ago But a song of songs for the farmers' toc.li, . The'plow.the r&kc, and the hoe. ' .. . . . . -Asbcttf for thfi men of -war! . . .Ffdln. the blood-red field they coine; . They look for the world to rise with awe . . . At the sound cf theirXfe and druml UBi Ai-l Tt bli V 2 IA VI N. v-'J . On hil! find in valley Lw Well heod them not, for our ong shall te Of the pUs, the rake, and the hoe. "Oh.'a farmer's tke man &f nicnl With e'news like cords of stoel, .With a king-y step and a flashing eye, : And a heart thatismado toYc'wl ." To feel the bounding? of .joy, . . And throb at tbe sight tf woe". . . Ttensing a song for noble knight '. '. Of the plow, the rake, and the hoe.. . . i . Come forth. t'Jou son of toil, .. The e!xrtlj, li...

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 July 1856

s i f . . i5 XV A r; Ay y Ay Ay Ay AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST TO THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE. 4 I. BEO WN VILLE, NEMAH COUNTY, N. T. , S ATURI) A Yv JULY 19, 1856. NUMBER 7. i , V. , I I r iiii .lit I r ,t . f L Jcbraska Jpbcrfeo: :3 EDITED AKD FTEUSIIED EVERY SATURDAY BT . W.FURNAS Eecou'd Street, bet. Kaia and Water, (Lake's Block,) .' . BROWNVILLE, N. T. i'or one year f in vartabl 7 in ad v&e , $2.W) 1,50 . KATES OF ADVERTISING: lUSLTtKlll. $1.00 ,11. .1 i-l.-..-':- i ;. a "ttur"'. one uilh . j . three months, . sii ta mtlis, M one j;ir. Ites Csnls of fix lines or less one year, j Coluyin. one year, ')ii!f Column, one year, fourth- " ' eighth u, " Column, six m.mths, . ' h.-lf Column, sii uionths,. fourth ' eighth . ." 6 C jlamn, three ir onth. half (li.n,.tree months, , fourth . 44 eighth -. a . : niin.-iirir run didates for office, 0,50 2.50 .4,00 6.00 10,00 5,00 60.00 35.00 20,00 13,00 35,00 20.00 10,00 8,00 20,00 13,00 10,00 .- 6,00 ...

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 July 1856

THE ADVERTISER. It. ."IT. .FURNAS, Editor. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 19, 1S56. S.H. " I'arvis, No. 63 Fourth, street, between M'bla lit and Vine, Cincinnati. .S. M. 1'ettengill k Co. New York. W. S. Swyxxer, No. 43 Chestnut 'Street, Saint LouT. . B'F. McJxvg, Trtv, Ohio. '. Dr. 11,41. Dakst, Tippecanoe, Ohio. V. C. Mcsger, Covington, Ky. . A. D. Knit, Archer, Nebraska. 11. W. Petti, Oregon, Mo.. . , Dillov A Haws. Rockcort,Mo.. Kidss A' White, Nebraska City, N. T. " . .Are. authorized Agent to solicit Subscriptions and Advertisements for the Advertiser, and recievt and r.-iept for tnoni'f? thereon. ' ' . With ur receJt addition., we now have the most xtensive"Job V)2jce in this Western Country, and are wetared to execute Job "Work of every descrip tor!, in the. ieaiest gtvle. and on reasonable terms. Particular attention sriven to Blank and Card work htfrinr purchased one of FosVr's latest Improved Crd Prec. Orders from-a distance will meet with prompt attention. ' " I Qn. Claim Cuds, ...

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 July 1856

rAPOLEOX AND TEE 70KING - c CLASSES. Napoleon the Third seems tobe using very effort in-his pover Jto secure the cgard of the working classes. . We find the folio-wing account of his 'sit to" the scene of the inundations t Lyons, in the correspondence of a tc Faris paper: " "The Emperor passed through all he places most visited by the inunda ' on; and appeared greatly moved-. by ic desolating spectacle ' Ills' Majesty "d not anywhere' alight, and in many "aces passed through very- lcep and : pid currents.- The difficulties and en dangers of the route dkl not sggm, : -ever, to have entered his minaT "At every, step the- Imperial cortege s met. by poor persons driven from ir homes by the floods, and vrho ?ssed forward to implore relief! The lice and the escort at first prevented c T.I . ..1 T - eirc approacn,. dui . me r.mperui . lered that they" should bcallowed.to. aw near, and not ofie of -them went ay without relief. .Gineral Neil, o rode bailie side of his Majesty, : 1 a bag fill...

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 July 1856

,-3 'If - J- -n ' -a rf- t- w - ' V - iJ . , J -vf 1 ifif VAX rat ir. r Tf 19 ir?: 1 J I- fl fl 'y ntx iyx -:.-m'X;jy fl a i fl fl 4 fl 'l her t'j H Mi .W- r- ijfl V' J,"Jl"'-flfl t, 5 J 1 . fl '."(r . 5 i.. .t ; a M fl.V l fl . - V 1 r V fl ff i-J lJl W .ti.n ; . V.'l-tler J' fiCTfll'.d wis i,vwfl,vi v ftii; j . Afl.w t-ivacj Xi.t?VtTJX.''Z24ie , 1 a, 'i . . I A .. -s ,r tv" .yi rTTCTCr, 1.91 '.'t r.". .n-- ilt-i ;tvy ' . & .... . . ,2 . 4- . orx:t sf- rc;t 1 rfl-r! t, rVrr Hr vllU, a little- j ff a tie IVs La to Mow th, 'f f t 5 tare a-X TU zuteAwn iJprorel :ia f oft diie. 5 V? .?. fc - tat frrr:Jy, and a!?o dnrl', tfan I krivy, JJut in tie &1j&er.ce of . '.irih'ifr&MVfi eofsn: 'under jtiwjlir cjr- "'Thc I5tAi'jr TI.U is a freauent I:e3Le, Tie. arihaal appears dull and . lew pirik"L. It's "rj rcJ, vith.teaM r th-rn. Tie ay-A wAl a little. lriwpal r;?'ptoMf however, inllirfcrx urulcr tliA lor'juc, or at the baek part of tie t:ioitl; tie pulse, is qukker -liar iiiual...

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 July 1856

11 A A Ay 7y Ay Ay Ay --AN" INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST. TO THE .COMMUNITY AT LARGE. volume L . BKOWNVILLE, NEMAHA COUNTY, N. T., SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1856. NUMBER 8. . V A3 HA t iv A' ill 7TI ! - v - I i 1 . i. c i . . i.. ar i f ". ' -t. A K ; ri ,b : t I ;-T- h t i i1 ! ( Ecbrasfct-Wiser- ... 3 EDITED A.ND riELISHEO-EVEKT SATCRDAY BY . W.FURN AS, Sccdni Street, bet. Eain and Vater, (Lak'e Block,) ' OWNVILLE, N. T. TOTEMS: rorcvD6yciir(iurtiriaWy in advance), - $2,00 u ' bil liionlbs, - " " " - . ; EATUS OF ADVERTISING: ?o V;unre, (12 lines or less,) ose insertion, 'jh adliijonal insertion, e square, one month 1 " . throe months, . . ' " 1 six fcionths, . " one year, ' i.icss Cards'of sixKne? o: lets ore year, 1 .00 0,50 2,50 4,00 6,00 10,00 j.00 . 60,00 35,00 8 Column, oc year, t-lialf Column, one year, fouYlh 4 ' " eijrhlh .. " " Column, 6ix months, half Column, six months, fourth eighth ' l " Cold run, three ir.pnths, Lalf Column, thsce mou...

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 July 1856

ccrtica'Jj- cf tie p&tSesl j 4 L V'e kiTu tie f,f 2Lr. I ilfaore: drei frr Giles o length J2-1 turner, us ixre negro:, l.. vk-aVrs of tie Ecszl-lkaa Ptrrr. t frre tie seirsre cf tie ber part, tbf aad wtiie mrc, Id tie rssaber cf f srnr. in tl - orti. t tls:U-l.3 alrsr i;:t cf tie Rrsa fciirion oa tLefirita tie Liberia at tbeir bead, wsoLad lAa articraa vith Sosdera Sort's resin IstSted f7?rc&:de-jteen ordered to leave tsecoaabare '.viMc; tad vaMrl orer tbe ia-f-rees serea xaiaatei. Its itarilSoaJied todasa, ard Lrre rtiaed tlirtratka papers cf tie Srcth, as tie ssa cf 'OciotsV isto rHta iiIadifoa. TLey are reported to bavej trc c'a;r.ir- tiat be U atd altars Las : empties, is frozen up fire raoatos ia the a Laadred gaas, UrAe yj-teis aadj i-eeaaaAVJntioaift! ' A Tczas jcrraal ! vear, sajfrcaiKoTeaiber to Aj.riL Ttei tofrie baives, and to bid deface to v ,.X't J ,:7 'in n r f tl!. an eUVir- IrlerAl'ik crshftian. seat cat It tie i tieir crTcaeat- ALaost ererx man . . , i i -- ...

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 July 1856

t i 7 r m ADVERTISER, i . It.' VT. FURN AS, Editor. 'SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 26, 1853. S. Ill Pakvtx, No. 63 Fourth etreet, between ' Jnutand Vine, Cincinnati. S. M. Pettexgill & Co. New York. V. S.'JSwyhxer, Noi 43 Chestnut etreet, Saint b!"f. McLotg, Troy-. Ohio. Ira. II. II. Darst, Tippecanoe, fJhio. W.'C Moger, Covington, Ky. A. D. KiKi, Archer, Nebraska 11. Y. Peter," Oregon, Mo. . . Dm-ox .& Haw, Rockport, Mo. IliPEX 4 WKite, Nebraska City,'N. T. . Are authorized Agents to solicit Subscriptions and ' vertisements for the Advertiser, and recie?e and i?T-t for monies thereon; nth eur recent additions, we now hare the most ,t;JnhnBiin this Western Country, and Trt-epared to execute Job Work of every descrip- in the peaiesi eljie, iuu vu icwuuauio reiuu. Ocular attention given to Blank and Card work: ag purchased one of. Fosters latest Improved i Presses." Orders fxotn a distance will meet j prphspt attention. ,. . . . , ersocs resident in this Territory, corning from ious ...

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 July 1856

From the Fanner's Book. THE OECTTARD. One tiling i3 worth bearing in mind by those who purchase fruit trees: the lest kinds are generally us hardy as the' worst, cti d the difference in price fades into nothing "w hen compared with the difference in quality.- Nobody is Satisfied with mean fruit, after tasting better. For a fruit garden, a western aspect ls'gencrally best, because it is the least subject to sudden transitions of tem perature. Severe vernal frosts. ft! ten 'prove injurious, or otherwise, accortl- irj? to the weather that follows. If the sky be overcast in the morning, and tho air continues cold, little or no damage occurs; but when, the sun breaks out warm, the injury is the greatest; -and the most so, where the trees are most exposed to his rays.- For this reason, a hill or'a wood on the east side, may prove very beneficial. A northern aspect would go far to ward insuring regular crops of the peach, nectarine, apricot, if protected from the sun and warm winds by a be...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 2 August 1856

- v. . i i !! '' 1.. O-ff r J !' ; ! S . r. .. . h 1 i ' i ! I -.y sy -- VOLUME I. IS EDITED jVS"D FCELISEXD ETEBY SATTEDAY BT . W. -FURNAS Seccrd Street, bet. Haln and Water, ( Lake's Block,) BROWNVILLB, N. T. For one year (invariably in advance), -" six months, - - - - ' f2,00 1,40 RATES OF ADVERTISING: ne square, (12 lines or less,) ore insertion, !Kh adiitional insertion, ;c s jua.ro, cue month - ' 44 three months," " six months, ' " one year, isines Cards of x lines or less one year, -..e Column, one year, , . . c-half Cdumn, one year, -' fourth " eighth' " ' " i Column, 6ix months, half Column, six months, fourth M " eighth 'Column, three months, half Column, three months, . fourth " . 44 eighth . " - twct-jc'tt' randidates for office. $1,00 0,50 . 2,50 4,00 6,00 10,00 5,00 60,00 35,00 20,00 - 10,00 35,00 20,00 10,00 8,00 20,00 13,00 10,00 6,00 5,00 Cash in advance will be required for all advertise nts except Trhfere actual responsibility is known. Tea perccnt for each change...

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 August 1856

3 W w ; ' i i ! I ; Troia tie Cleveland Herald,- -aly 3, ILLinr 3 C7 TZZ SAT2 C7 X22 i.TL-l3T- Osr reas73 verc several iLajs sir.ce , .-tt i r x ..-r.T t- ! the Detroit A rl verier, of the raisin f tr.; safe- cf the steamer A . 1 .ftvered "witt ST. interview vita- K.f.j' TTestSelL, W Yortr -j.t w r of the Safer ar.-i irA dre the I:en:3 cf tE occcrreaee, vtlc if it le-dsrohl cf Tor.derfrJ mectiTisj U r.eTerteI?fl, rerr fateretln- 2adtl jTOC-l ia tae scr.oer i: isjciier 10 1 th; Iocahty of the steaKr Atlantic, ! . . . t ttt . t i rr 'wcica Ihes aocr, trj-ee Liiifs iron tne : trrire;! there on the Istndf Jnne, and! "V A 'Vi'i'"1 4 . zrze 4ir- .iT&. - ' 1 vLo departed ttia Lie TeatenlxTinoni . ' jr' enenceas a diTcr,and dnnn j j taring anked it tie stz&of skir- ' the Mh'rl'rpi ia lr.es. As- at iWIi, Kev ILampaluW, 'Feb. : . ?oc;.i'-! fim in this cr.dsrtazmsl lOthlTC'and Irori-hi; t;p atlkitael, Kcrc :'r.rt.;a Qa'-Iej and Charley O.! At ar. early a.jre ae locanne a ' ' tjarrl-fir...

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 August 1856

T R. VT. FURNAS, Editor. TURD AY MORNING, AUGUST 2,1856. II. Xaktcn, No. 68 Fourth street, between :t and Vine, Cincinnati. L Pettkkgill A Co. New York. S. Swtjoier, No. 43 Chetnut street, Saint F. McLrxc, Troy, Ohio. , IT T T T . M' ll." . C. MrKGER, Covington, Ky. D. Knot, Arc1. :r. ebraska. W. Feteb, Oregon, Mo. & Hawk. Rock port, Ko. ex A White, Nebraska City, X. T. - authorized Agents to eolicit Subscriptions and ;8emenU for the Advertiser, and recieve and t for monies thereon. . h enr recent a ll'.S. we now hare toe most IE AW ERTISER ffroni jveJobOSeein IL V, etern Country, ana tparcd to execute J, Work of every descrip a the "neatest style, arid on reasonable terms. i ular attention given to Blank and Card work: - purchased one of Foster's latest Improved Presses. Orders 'from a distance will meet rompt attention. sons 'resident in this Territory, coming from is portions of the States, often euggest to us -mes 6f pereonsin their old neighborhoods, who : doubtless become ...

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 August 1856

Apartment. From the F armer'. Book. THE OECHAED. The chcry tree is more impatient nf nuhanhes than most other kinds. Some- have been destroyed by, ashes thrown round the stem. Under two trees, the pigs were fed with corn, and the cobs scattered over . the ground : both, perished. . In a slight depression ucar another, the water collected in rainy weather, and the geese dabbled - iii it: the tree died the same summer. Lime whitewash has also been charged with injuring the cherry tree; and if it be used at all, the experiment should be cautiously conducted. . orcllo and Kentish appear to be adapted to a greater variety of soils than the heart cherry .tree; and may. be employed as stocks for the latter inun- f'ivnrsW Ritnnt.?nT - Tto rm.'rr ."rein rr nf the stock hv the frrait. constitutes no valid ouiectton-. c nave never - . T TT "' seen a tree endangered by such over .''rowth, while the obstruction to the Mescent of the juices, favors. the cn largemcnt of the fruit. "'.The apricot w...

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 August 1856

.MMMWMMMMMMWWWtMMMaaMaMMMMMatWM . . ;. v... : , .... !..:; - - -.,v!.jlt !. r jr.vul : ' , : . . - -. ."-.; -. . ; AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY ' NEWSPAPERH)EYOTED TO MATTEES: ; OF GENEKlLv INTEREST TO . THE . COMMUNITY AT LARGE. BEOWNVILLEv mMMli C NUMBER 10. VOLUIEI. C'cbraslut bkiliscr ... . XSTtZD UfD ITBUSKED EVERT E ATTIC) AT f T W.- FURNAS, coni Street, let Haia tad ater, , Uke'i Block,) . DRQwyviijLE, n. t: . one jear(invrialy in-adrince), - $2,00 ix months, - , - '; r . T lj0. RATES 'OF -ADYTF.TISiyG: jnar, (12 Hnes or lc8?j)ci.e insertion, $l,0ft i adliUoiiaJ ioscrtion, . 0,50 square, cue month 2,50 three months, ' ' 4,00 . six months, - 6,00 . one Tear.- - - ' t ' " 1 10,00 vs Cards o"f six lines or less one year, 5,00 'olumn. one rear. 60,00 ialf Column, one year, 35,00 Taurth ' . 20,00 Column, six months. .'; ' " . ,; 35,00 vIf Column, ix months, , . 20,00 ',nrth ' . - " ' ' 10,00 -hth' .'.. M . . 8,00 !,lnmn.hree months. ' , 20,00 aJf Column, three months, 13,00 urth " ? " 10...

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 August 1856

i FATEE2 AND E OSvTITH BIX TTCYTS EACH. . The Manchester (N. LT.) Mirror gives a long account of the proceedings in that place and in Rutland, Vt., of two men, calling themselves Dr. Lyman A. Abbott and James II. Alott, said' to be father "and son, who are both npv; under arrest on the charge of bigamy. lcIi within a short period Wcd'no less than rfx 1.. r...i, .i t,.j,m. tor, SAL, u the "rich old uncle" of, Via enn orwl in rnnonnPTiCO 01 his li:Sb evil, ui&m, w. - ; ' v.,i.nr, nc fn ! )f Man-1 uu 5o5i5? "chester wereTictimizcd to the .of several hundred dollars, Tha care er of both parties for a number of years V r r i HSfi T -,c..Wn?u:iin tlin Mfwvr v.-HWw W7 Messrs. ; Glorer and Mather, nutencss. - s : : 1 7 " At Newark, 24 J. in 1854, the elder Abbott was married to Airs.-.khzabeth Kobsrts, who soon discovered that he had a wife living in Syracuse, :N. Y. IT . . , .1. T 1 Jf" tic was conseauenuv arresieu lor biiamVf convicted, and sentenced to ten 0 ? ' ,i . V t T:: .Tears i...

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 August 1856

THE . ADVERTISER. . n. W. FURNAS, Editor. ' P SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9, 1855. S E. 'Pakvtx, No. CS Fourth street, between Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati. - - S. M. rrmKGiu. 4 Co. New York. W. S. Swrmrxa, No. 43 Chestnut tret, Saint Leu is. B. F. McLcxo, Trov, Ohio. Dx. H. II. Daest, Tippecanoe, Ohio. W. C. McifGER, Covington, Ky. . ' . A D. KniK, Archer, Nebraska. .. - 11. .W.' Peter, Oregon, Mo. Dillon A Hawk, Rockport, Mo. . RiDKt A Weitt, Nebraska City, N. T. Are authorized Agents to Bolieit Subscription and Advertisement for the Advertiser, and recieve and ciept for monies thereon. With eur recent additions, we new hare the most tensive Job Office in this Western Country, and e prepared to execute Job Work of every descrip nf in the neatest style, and on reasonable terms. nicular attention given to Blank and Card work: via" purchased "one of Foster's latest Improved rd Presses. Orders from a distance will nfeet .th' prompt attention. Persons resident in thia Territory, coming fro...

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 August 1856

Icpiulinenl From the Farmer' Boot. : . THE CLCHAHD. Though it feeds on the pulpy part of the Dark, it seems careful not to disturb the cuticle, so that "were it not for the rrnm nnd flth mixed torther on the outside, it vould be diEcult to find the depredator. The fresh filth, however, suScently indicates its presence. By entering a knife at that point,- and slitting the cuticle longitudinally, the ' establishment is soon broken ttp, for it 'is seldom four inches in length; and then we dbcoier a white grub three Quarters of an inch lon, which is ; readily extracted. "When it is removed, the tree recdilv recovers. Some persons remove the jsoil to the depth of two or three inches, and apply hot water, hot soap suds, or warm brine, at any time in autumn or spring when ' the ground is unfrozen; and if the gum be also removed, so that the fluid can enter the hole, the worm is sure to .perish. Various methods have been employ- . ed to prevent the attacks of this insect. In the spring, ear...

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