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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 16 August 1856

n .1 I I i r -w i it ... . . . 9 m Ay Ay Ay:Ay Ay v6 Ay AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER-DEVOTED TO MATTEB$0F GENERAL INTEREST ! TO THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE. . 4 i l I V ' h i! r i volume i: cfelwt totrtiscr DITEO M iTEUSHED EVEBY BATTED AT BT W -FURNAS coal' Street, let. Kala and Water," . " ' (Lake's Block,) BROWNVILLE, N. T. - one year (invariably in advance), ix imontas, - - ; - $2,00 - 1,50 KATES OF ADVERTISING: . jqnare, (121in or less,) one insertion, $1,00 a additional insertion, , " 050 square, onetnonth - . 2,50 V -thTee months, . 4,00 " eix months. . " " 6,00 : oneveaa, - - "10,00 ew Aards of siilincj or less one year, 5,00 IVilnmn. one Tear. . C0.00 alf Column, one year, . . 35,00 fourth 20,00 fightb. . u - 10,00 Column, six montbs, ?' 35,00 half Column, six montbs, . . 20,00 fourth .. 10,00 r-btb : 8,00 ",jlumn,tbree mouths-, . . ' 20,00 .alf Column, three montbs, . .13,00 "ourth ' . 10.00 t5Shth,a . 6,00 uncing candidates foroCice, 5,00 b in advance will be required for a...

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 August 1856

ilOFFITT'S " in PATENT GRAIN SEPARATOR MUIE SUBSCRIBER is now prepared to fur- JL nkh I armors and others with bis - - - "frTtATN SEPARATOR." for. the present scaon. It is unnecessary to fpeak particularly if the merits of these Machines, as they are too well, known throughout the country to need extolling ; but the fact that they have heretofore and ftrerpTOtinnirrDrecHTe the premiums at the State and County lairs where they have been exhibited is FulHciont to indace all thoso in want of such a 31a- chine. to T'urchase one of these At a f r&ctical test of this Separator in competition with the best of thoso made in England, ia 1853, it received the highest commendations of the press, and i,f the lea-lins - cnimlturalists of that country. I Lave a lwre number of them on hand, ready for the comics crop, made of the best material, and war ranted to do good work. I have made many valuable improvements in these machines within the last year, and have no hesitation in warranting them...

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 August 1856

E -ADVERTISER. R. W; FURNAS, Editor. miAY MORNING. AUGUST 16 1855. '. Paktix, No. 63 Fourth street, between ; and Vine, Cincinnati. . Tettengill,& Co. New York. '. S-wtxmee, No. 43 Chestnut ftreot, Saint '. McLrxcV-Troy, Ohio. : L II: Darst, Tippecanoe, Ohio. Z. Mcsgkb, Covington, Ky. . Kirk, Archer, Ivebraska. ' . V Peter, Oregon, Mo. . . os A Uvwe, Rockport, Mo. f A White, Nebraska City, N. T. Uhorized Agents to solicit. Subscriptions and emenU for the Advertiser, and recieve and jt monies thereon. ar recent additions, we now have the most Job Office in this Western Country, and red to execute Job Work of every descrip ie faeatt style, and on reasonable terms. r attention'given to Black and Card work: arehascd -one of Foster's latest Improved scs. .Orders from a distance will meet apt attention. . i resident in this Territory, coming from "ortions of the States, often suggest to tig s of persons in their old neighborhoods, who abtless become subscribers if they could see the "...

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 August 1856

i t. . 1 i 1 k i ii. - .. ,j iii I. i.i-i . ii p . . . armers ' .. . From the Rural New Yorker. CHEESE f An inquiry "was made tlirough the not loDg since, about making and curing Herkimer County Cheese for market. In answer, a correspon dent says he thinks the heat of the milk Trhen ready for the rennet, should be from 84 to 88 degrees. According to our experience we should set it at 100 degrees. If the rennet is good, the milk will curdle hard enough to cut in SO minutes. It should then be carc- fully cut with a curd cutter, made for the purpose. b After the whey, which . rises, i3 dipped off, (which is done by putting a strainer . over the tub,) the curd should again be broken with care . ful handling, as too much squeezing works away the richest part of the , curd, which will be readily seen by the whey - being white. ' The whey : first dipped off is -put into a tin heater, set in a kettle of water, either heated by .a dairy"stove "or an arch built in the dairy-room for the purpo...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 23 August 1856

i v W AAa j A -A : ; "M- I- II- i U4: K i Ay Ay . v': Ay 'Ay: Ay V It ; r ! r i Y C 'vTV ! 11.". A i v:Lv. yy &v siAVAy y;r' x s. i -a M ' A! :?. ' ?j ts i: K '.1-1 Ct ist "an. rr t c. Br 0 K 1 r id i ;. I 'S A ,1 C ' ;. - .-.'an INDEPENDENT WEEKLY. NEWSPAPER DEVOTED "' i. OLlBLE I. tek :ted aVd vblisukdtebt Saturday by W'V .FURNAS ;tl& Stmt, bt. Hiln aad "Watfir, . (Lake's Clock,) . dro'wnviile, y. t. y i -- - - - aeycarfinraria.il j in advance), - ixmontns, . RATES OF ADVRtlSIXG: $2,00 1,50 iire ( 1 2 linej or less,) one inscrtidn, ditioaal insertion, -.nsr, oe month u c three ,moalL? - . irmonthS)- . -one yrtur, . ;s.C,rd8 ojsij lines or less onoreai, lumn, one year; . If Colomn, one year arth u u . ' -hth'; . . olumn, six months, ilf Celumn, six months; . artlr " ' ath- ... ' " ' . amn,c three months, f Column, three months, rth . ' u : !ith in? eandidtftes for'oCtfe. . 1,00 0,50 2.50 . ' 4 ,T!0 6,00 10,00 , -5,00 .60,00 35,00 20,00 ' 10,00 55,00 20,00 10,00 8,00 20,00 1...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 23 August 1856

HE, CLIVES'S EEPCET. Mr. Oliver has presented a report on Kansas affairs, in reply to that of Messrs. Sherman and Howard. The c following is the conclusion, and suming up: . . " . '". First. That at the first election held in the Territory under the organic act, .for delegates to Congress, Gen. John . W. -Whitfield received a plurality of the legal votes .cast, and was duly elected such delegate, as stated in the majority report. Second. That the Territorial Legis " lature : waTa'legally constituted body, and had power to pass valid laws, and their enactments are therefore valid.-'Jhird.-That these laws, when ap pealed tp, have been nsed for the pro- niri nit iti n in i i nri v : i i . in cinri i k . andfor the maintenance of law and order in the Territory. ' -Fourth. That the election under which the sittiu delegate, John W. "Whitfield was held, was in ' pursuance of valid lav,', and should.be regarded .4X3 a valid election. ". . .. Fifth; That as said Whitfield, at said election, ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 23 August 1856

i . 5 I i HE . ADVERTISER, It. V FURNAS, Editor. ATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23 1S56. . 1T.0Favix, No. 63 Fourth street, between -.ut and Vine, Cincinnati. . M. Pettegiix A Co. New York. . S. Swyuuek, No. 43 Chestnut etrect, Saint i. . F. McLrsa, Troy, Oliio. . u II. H. Darst, Tippecanoe, Ohio. '. C. Mckger, Covington, Ky. D. Kirk, Archer, Nebraska. . W. Peter, Oregon, Mo. ius & Hawk, Rockport, Mo. r.S it WfiiTK, Nebraska City, N. T. ? authorized Agents to solicit Subscriptions and rtisements for the Advertiser, and recieve and t for monies thereon. - t our recent additions, We now hare the most .-e Job Office in this Western Country, and rcd to execute Job Work of every descrip ihe neatest style, and on reasonable terms. lar attention given to Clank and Card work: purchased one of Foster's latest Improved -esses. Orders from a distance will meet ompt attention. T - t ns resident in this. Territory, coming from t portions of the "States, often suggest to us aes of persons in their o...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 23 August 1856

fanners geprfmcnt. From the Rural New Yorker. . rEE PSOFITS CF FAHHCTO. A screw loose in science," by C. D., in. the Jiural of the 14th ult, is a most valuable article, and I "would amend his well-timed motto bj adding, "jTafce 'heed ichat you icrife, and what you read and hear." Ihare seen several articles jn the Rural, by practical farmers, . headed "Will Farming Pay," "Is Farm ing Frofitablc," ,&c, followed by state- merits oi .tne expense ot producing, and the amount received from a bounti ful crop, or a successful field, footing ain jy nrtf rrfifif rf S.t rTir enm n" 'times 50 per acre, after navino all expenses, together with the interest on the capital invested. If these state- i -j o t mcRts arc intended to convey an idea ' of the amount of profit that the farmers annually realize from theirproductions, "it gives a very wrong . view of things, qnd it t6o often awakens expectations in -young and inexperienced beginners, whch cannot be realized; .hence a year or two of sad...

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 August 1856

f iV rs -A. r y sy Ay Ay Ay I; AN INDEPENDENT NTER BROWNVILLE, NEMAHA COUNTY, N. T., SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1856. NUilBEE 13. OLILAIE I. i -VfV r !V A m ! r ! i if 9 Ay : i w m : , (k Ay y "SI- at . -t : 5? : ti r ".a. E st k; ' C.i -' c rkr i I I J 'of .1- 'I I ,1 -?.r a; Cl si. ill -r. i . jrasha SvjDbcrtiscr -so axd rriuEim kteet eattrdat bt W. FURNAS, 1 Street, feet, Kaia and 'Water, HOWXMLLE, N. T. 5x year (invariably in advance"), montki, - $2,00 - 1,50 KATES OF ADVEKTIsixG; . e, (12 lines or less,) one Insertion, uiional insertion, xn, one month - three months, J six months -. one year, Cards of six lines or leaf one year, nn, one year, . Column, one year,' . i k 44. -nn; six months Column, six months, . 0,60 4.00 ' 6,00 10.00 60,00 35,00 26,00 10,00 35,00 2D.O0 10,00 8,00 a, three months, olamn, three months, 20,00 134)0 10,00 u . u : 6,00 - candidates foT'oEee. 5,00 ivanee will be required for all advertise :t where actual responsibility is known, cent for each change be adde...

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 August 1856

. i . . ' . jCorrCiponAencc of the N. Y. Herald. . " TE02I "tfASEIXGTOX . Washington, Aug. 15, '56. Senator Pearcc reported this morn ing in favor of sending an- agent to Great Britain on the subject of regulat- ing coins behveeh the two countries tind equalizing their value. . A' number of private bills "were 'passed to-day by the Senate, and among them a bill for .the relief of Com. Tho3. Ap. Catesby Jones, the hero . of the ' gun-bbats at the battle of New.Orleahs. ' The Army Appropriation bill of the House was reported in the Senate, with 'numerous amendments. . Four of the other -appropriation bills are now in the hands of committees "of conference, and no doubt will be ' come laws, : " . T " " " ". The appropriation of seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars for the capitol . extension, asked tor yesterday by the President, was voted on, also, five hundred thousand dollars to continue the Washington aqueduct. This last . amendment, .three times voted rdown ... by the House, w...

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 August 1856

IE ADYJ! 1RTISER R. M. FCRXAS, Editor. VTURDAY MORXIXG, AUGUST 30 1858. Pawxek Couxty. Oa Monday last tho county ef Pawnee was organized by the elec tion of its officers, as follows: J.T.WILLIAMS, Probate Judge, IL Pabvix, No. 03 Fourth street, between nt and Viae, Cincinnati. M. riTTEXGiLL & Co. New York. . S. SwntiiE, No. 43 Chestnut street, Saint . - - . ; ' F. KcLrxu, Troy, Ohio. . i. IL II; Darst, Tippecanoe, Ohio. " : . C. McsGER, Covington, Ky. D. Kick. Archer, Nebraska. . W. Veteb, Oregon, Mo. iAX)S k Hawk, Koekport, Mo. . tx 4 Winn:, Nebraska City, X. T. authorized AgenU to solicit Subscriptions and sscmenUfor the Advertiser, and reciere and . for monies thereon. . o ' n ' i nr recent actions, we now have the most re Job Office in this extern woumry, ua red to execute Job Work of every deacrip l'the neatest style, and on reasonable terms.. ;lar attention given to Blank and Card work: ' purchased one of Foster's latest Improved 'resses. Orders from a distance will meet r...

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 August 1856

pinners' . department. From the Albany Cultivator. orr-roos cellar. MES essrs. Eds. In yours of 28th of .,11. cf North Lawrence, N. Y., Feb rnakes inquiry about the construction of an out-door cellar,'"on level, sandy land." Three years ago last fall, I made an oat-door cellar for storing roots, cabbages, potatoes, &.C. It is about fifteen rods from my house, and although not on "level sandy land," I am so pleased with it, I will give a short account of its construction, as it may furnish II., or some other of your readers, with some hints that may be useful, if they wish to make a cellar . "entirely separate " from other buil dings." The cellar under my house, although drained, rs very damp and warm, too much so for keeping apples, potatoes . and roots in the best condition. Some rears I have stored large quantities of turnips ana otner vegetables in it, out every time the door was opened there would be a rush of the warm air of the " cellar, tainted with the smell of turnips, ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 6 September 1856

v. v-V J t .AN. INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER-DEYOTED : TO MATTEES 'OF ;GENEEAL INTEREST .TO THE .COIJMUKLIY AT L AEG Tl BROifTOVILLfe OLuarE i. nu: j- i-i-j mSJ AT ITBLISHEI) EVERY SATCRDAY.BT W. FURNAS, ;ai Etreet, let. llaln aad Water, (Lake's Clock,) . BROWN VILLE, N. T. me year (invariably in ad ranee),' -ix months, - . . $2,00 10 RATES OF ADVERTISING: mre, (12 lines or less,) one insertion, iiitional insertion, carp, one mnth t'.trce uionlb?, " eix monthn,- - " one year, is Cards of eix lines or less one year, !imn, one year, : If Column, one yaf, - irtti " " ;hth u " u 4 urnn, Eix months, if Column, six months, ;rtb. " " . . hth u . u " ! a mn, three months, . . If Column, three months, .rth " u " ' 3th . . . " rir MTnliilntfv for office. 0,50 . 2,50 ' 4.00 . 6,00 10.00 5,00 60.00 35.00 20,00 10,00 35,00 20,00 io,oa 8,00 20.00 1S,00 10,00 6,00 5,00 : a advance will be-required Tor all aaveruse ' xceitt where actnal re?po?ibility is knewn. -r cent, for each change be ftdded to ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 6 September 1856

t: i i i - i - i i i i . On Sulurlsr j;:Lt, tvo x-ta .t:x.d V.sUaee Toc-Im asi Join Fa-celt, Foster, vere 2Testei ; 1 lodn 1 noser. TLi drcuu.taiiccs t.tvudicg lie arrest reS fcllovz: Atott a v.eck 20, tie police, ib-ouL an. vliOfce n.e r'as Xi01 u?. tarr;c 1 rcca?c quantity cf couat-e rc-sM Le'rttcrei ia"u:is c:tr. coull rot tc-U anvtUa' alcut the cLara-cter of the 'iost? v, Lo'lhcr upon Mlal laaV&'pr 'cf deaoailaatioa tLe i;IU -w ere to. be. Icr couM iafor?3. tie ,c!Ice t ti t' jv,,iv(j t',i;e -riac-e. She Tr'ag qhe.'.LU-Jcnt, Loirevtrv tlist the 1:3 ur ect' v. a ..ch.er after tak ' hours on . hvxiur li v,' tie 2 1 1 v :t.,-cr on Saturday, ile 'OilT: 'Tie Vo;aaa .vatclil . lie . wSm-lhU ticselr, and ca lat-t-Satur-far. alout forAlot-1: dlscorerelthat ' Hced cae cf tie "rarlies'afr Lnaj.-t - s r' r-filer a jrfoccrv aal at jT cae of i-.;- ati'l r -ea Le Lad jrose prccred t?e n',e sal fouaiit to Lecf tlelJaak cf T;';;evi:!e, ef tie' .deaorriastioa cf f'2. HLe gave -Lor isfenaatio...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 6 September 1856

E ADYER mm IL. VS. FURNAS Editor. MOHNLVG, SEPTEMXH, 6 1S56. Patsvtx, No. C3 Fourth street, between i-tid Vine, Cincinnati. . Pettexgill A Co. yew York. 1. SwrXMER, No. 43 Chestnut street, Saint HcLryc, Trey, Ohio. I. II. Piart. Tippecanoe, Ohio. . MrxGER, Covington, Ky. Kirk, Archer, Nebraska. . pETEtt, Oreron, Mo. r A Have. Bockport. Wo. "Yhtte, Nebraska City, N. T. oriied Agents to solicit Subscriptions and ,enfc?for the Advertiser, and reoieve and monies therein. r recent additions; we now have tbe most Job Office in this Western Country, and ?d to execute Job ort ot every aesenp e neatest style, and on reasonable terms. attention given to Blar.k and Card work: Phased one of Foster's latest Improved es. Orders from a distance will meet spt attention. sis': t3 l:t?ep dovrn all prjr-y feelir: her citi zens will continue in well doirg;. -wb vrul con t:r:;i3 t; increase . both 'in population .and v.'ca'.tLu . . And var, fellow-citizens of Notr-ana county, s resident in this Territor...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 6 September 1856

. CUTTING HAY EY ILLCZINELY. Since the introduction cf moving .. machines &3 one of tlie economies cf the farm, a change has been vrronght in the process of. gathering the haj . crop; but, like all" great innovations, which' c upset the original order of things, and before the best rontine of management has become determined by experience, it has pro laced a diversity of modes, gome of which occasionally" are productive of great disaster. Thus, in numerous instances, under the new mode,' a farmer cuts down all his gras3 consecutively, and then, lifter it is dry, proceeds to gather it in 3 f-st as possble. It not untre- " rpcntly " happens that from ten to twenty acres are thus prostrated, before . a load, of cured hay is gathered into the barn. " " . There are many arguments advanced in defence of this mode of proceeding, the principal one of which is, that the iaxmcr who has his hay thus cut does not own a machine. lie either hires a neighbor by the acre or the day to do the wo...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 13 September 1856

. .. .. r I 07 ! . .. ,1 MA.. A t 1 A ' , .J t .I" 1. F ! ( ;!lVi!-v;!..s : -. i i V Tn "X" . :--' 7.-. '.. .41 n i ; '6 " :J I -n.-.v' -.71 --.v i - an Independent weekly ewspaper-dyotedto-ie ITY" AT : LARGE.' VOLUME -L" : s t BEOAYNVILtEi'lfelAH : . " r f 77L ( 7 ?. - rr; ,77.7' 77" " 1 1 . , . r I. It t: ' t:: ' i ; t TED AKD rCELlSHEO ETEKT SATTSCAYTJT W. F URN AS, ri ESxet, Ut. llila and TTatcr, (L&Ve'a Block,) iROWNVILLE,- N. T, $2,00 : - 1,50 . cycaT(inTarilly in adrance), i montlis, - - - . " "JAMES W. GIBSOIJ, n" . BE ACK..S:HI. I Til, Second Street, tctvreea Main and Nebraska, . . BEOWXyiLLE, T." A. L. CO ATE, 3 : . : T2B T2XTSTY CTTAnSllJr ; ; "Ilarrvl 'tHat ."was wrorifr. How could you strike old Rorer?" ; 7 ;; A espcetes is A EcnooL-EOCii: 1 1 . "JJecanse , he stepped on my kite .Boys should learn at scKoolrhattHey with, his; big heayy foot,' and" like ,to are to practice when . men. r Many have made, a, hole, m jt, .replied the . " A. I - - 1 t (- . ' ' IT 1 RATES ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 13 September 1856

w i 1 1 Cormpondencc of the N. Y. Courier and Enquirer. mci: WASHINGTON. . Washington, Monday, Aug. 25. The Committee of Ways' end Means this morning, decided by a veto of 5 to 3, to report no new Army IV.l Mr. ( Uamnbell. tiie L-nainnan. rrcrosca ai bill with a proviso repealing the Kan sas acts, and appointing five commis sioners to settle the difficulties. The proposition was voted down. Senators Jones and Brglcr desire to repeal the worst of the Kxmsas spurious laws, and that motion will be made to morrow. 1 'j -The feeling of the Senate now is to sit the, session through until . next Marcli, unless the' army bill is .sooner parsed, take u? t: An cfTortwill be rnnde.,to ;o regular orders of business, notwithstanding they agreed in caucus " to do nothing until the army bill was disposed cf. ' -'-'' -; . " ' : - Washdtgto Aug. 20. : Senate Mr. Crittenden ashed leave to introduce a bill to alter and amend the Kansas-Nebraska act.- ; : Mr.' Wcllcr r"! he was willing to do all in his...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 13 September 1856

i it ! (3 t E.ADYH 1RTISEK It." W. FURNAS,-Editor.;. ;DAV MORNING, SEPTE.MBR, 13 1856; Pakvix, 'o. C3 Fourth street, between ni Vine, Cincinnati. ' - i : I'ettengill & Co. New York. Swyxukb, No. 43 Chestnut street, Saint .-''- LIcLrxG, Troy, Ohio. : ' - . IL Dabst, Tippecanoe, Ohio. " . Ml'NGEH, Covington, Ky. Kirk, Archer, Nebraska. . Peter, Oregon, Mo. A Ilxwc, liockport. Mo. 'c White. Nebraska City, N. T. W. Tate, Linden, Mo, . ; -, orized Agents to solicit Subscriptions and ?nts for the Advertiser, and reocve and monies thereon. - recent addition?, we now have the most jb Offiee in this Western Country, and d to execute Job Work of every descrip- neatest style, and on reasonable terms. attention given to Blank and Card work: -chased one of Foster's latest Improved -es. Orders- from a distanco will meet r.t attention. Salt has at ? resident In this Territory, coming from jrtions of -the States, often surest to us of persons in their old neighborhoods, who btlcss become subscr...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 13 September 1856

y:- gepMmnt. .T .From the Rural New Yorker. 'V-TS3S PASAEISE CP TEE rAEIIEU " Every rural district has its advant ages and. disadvantages.' We do not mean by this that an equilibrium exists . .1 U 1 ll 1 . Detvreen uic two, ana xnai any one 3?cality is jnstjas desirable for a place of settlement as another. One man mav toil uDon a vcrv Door niece-of ground, and at the same time be as remote from market as another "whose acres yield abundant crops with com paratively little labor. But yet, there nnnnnf Vir fnnTid it n rl V o mncf favnr. able combination of circumstances, a farming district "which has not some drawbacks, nor one which, with all its objectionable features, has not some thing in its favor. ., ' One locality may have an excellent; market for everything that can be raised, .while at the same time the soil is so poor, and the crops so light, the -expense of manuring properly and the cost of labor so heavy, that, at the end of. the . year, the nett profits are no more than ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
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