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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 20 September 1856

if r yv ! i .Ay ;y Ay Ay Ay Ay. a. AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO MATTEKS OF GENEKAL INTEREST TO THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE. 34 OLUME I. BROAVNVILLE, NEMAHA COUNTY, N. T., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1856. NUMBER 16. v J 1 vaslur Jprnrtistr D AKB Ff BLISIICD KTEBT BATTED AT IT TV. FURNAS ; Straet, bet. Main and "Water, (Lake's block,) OWXVILLE; X. T. rear (invariably in advance), - $2,00 months" - - 150 KATES Of ADVERTISING: (A2 lines or fess,) one insertion, ional insertion, , one month c three months, ix months, , . - onyear,' tJs of ix lirws or less one year, n, one year, " , ' lumn,"one year, . . JAMES W. GIBSON, BLACK M I T II 9 Second Street, between Main and Nebraska, BROWNYILLE. N. T. JOSLLMi 9IUaU11Y, Attorney imd Counsellor at Lnv. Aud Solicitor in Chancery , SlD.f ET, FllEMOXT CoCXTr, IOWA. Office in the Court Houne. up stairs. , six month?, iumu, six months i, throe months, luian, ihrcc month, ti,oo . 0,50 2,00 lo.oa 60.00 .33.00 15.00' 10,00 35,00 20.00 10,00 8,00 ....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 20 September 1856

tDIW VTICTITVf!'rW "Washington, Sept. C. . The becrmry ot Kir, -writing to Gen. Smith, under date of September, 3d, says: "Your dispatch of the 2d August, "and enclosures, sufficiently 'exhibit the- inadequacy of the force tinder your command to perform the duties which have been devolved upon you, in the present unhappy condition cf Kansas, by the orders and instruc tions - heretofore communicated. To i; I'l l. I . I J ' . I . I . L a . k. l A l ..AULil k iLlLt7 ""directed the Governor of the Territory ' to complete the enlistment and organi- " . rife . . tit 1 i 11 zation ot militia, as you v. ill nna tuny Fet forth in the enclosed copy of a letter addressed to him by the Secre tary of State; and the President has directed mo to 3ny to you, that you arc authorized, from time to time, to . make requisitions upon the Governor for such militia force as you may re quire, to enable you promptly and suc cessfully to execute your orders, and suppress the insurrection against the governme...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 20 September 1856

ADVIi RTISEJi . S TURN AS, Editor.. Y MORNING, SEPTEilBR, 0 1S55. rvis, No C3 Fourth street, between ; Vine, Cincinnati. ttenciILL & Co. New York. rxitER, No. 43 Chestnut street, Saint LrxG, Troy, Ohio. I. Dakst, Tippecanoe, Ohio. 'NGEK, Covington, Kj. .K. Archer, Sebra.-ka. :tkr, Oregon, Mo. II ATI, Kockport, Mo. ,'hite, Nebraska City, . T. . Tate; Linden, Mo. rii, Three Grove, N. T red Agents to solicit Subscriptions and :"s for the Advertiser, and reoicve and nies thereon. -.dent in this Territory, coming from a r.f the States, often surest to US person? In their old neighborhood?, who become subscribers if they could Bee "Advertiser." We always send a spcei .nd persons recieving, will consider it a to become a resmlar subwriber. Post- ". other?. fccliDr sufficient interest to make u retain the usual per cent for their Eaxsas. It is to be hoped that matters in Kansas will soon assume a more peaceful shape. For particulars we refer the reader to ofacial dispatches in another c...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 20 September 1856

arimcnt hi il l US CHICKENS. The subject of raisin pj chickens has of late years attracted very much at tention, not merely from the cultiva tors of the soil, but from men vrho are -interested in other pursuits. Much money' and time have been spent in 'importing different breeds of fowls from foreign lands, some of -which, no doubt are much better than these already found here; yet many of the importations -were worse than those here; hence the time and trouble was thrown away. There is not the least doubt but that some breeders are pre ferable to others some being very fine and tender for eating, some large, others small, and some noted as layers. Much may be done toward improving the breed by judiciously crossing them for instance, by taking those that are great layers, which are generally small fowls, and crossing them with a larger breed, thus obtaining a medium size, inheriting the peculiar properties of both. It is not a fact that fowls need no care; on the other hand, if you ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 27 September 1856

ff Kf V1V :-. -I I'.-'.. 1 ! f A , 4y y v - I i V ! ; - I 1 I ' ' I AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY ; , NEWSPAPER-DEVOTED ; 70LUME I. hush Wxfeix TED AXD FTELTSHED ETERT 81TTBDAT BT W . FURNAS, :ad Street, let. Kala and T7ater, (Lake's Llock,) 3ROWNVHiLE, N. T. ; yearfrorariablj in advance - 52,00 i months, - 1,50 KATES OF ADVERTISING: sre, (12 lines or less,) one insertion, .litional insertion, ;are, one month 44 " three months, " fix Hsone.f, " 'one year, s Cards of sii lines or !en one year, ' ura!, one year, f Column, one year, rth 44 " " ith " M. umn.fcix months. . f Column, 8ix months, rth f u Ah ' " M ". . j mn, three months, Column, threo months, -A . ' th . " " :nr 'candidates for office, $1,00 0,50 2.50 . 4,00 8,00 10,00 5,00 60.00 25,00 15,00 10,00 35,00 " 20.00 10,00 8,00 20,00 15,00 10,00 6,00 '5,00 a advance will be required for all advertise ment where- actual responsibility is known, r cent, for each change, bo added to the V Bdsiness Cards cf ve lines or less, for ertisements...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 27 September 1856

"1 ' ' Dittos Items. Halifax, September 13. The steamer Arabia arrived here tHs morning. '.The Arabia brings 114 passengers. She left Liverpool on Thursday the 4th, at 11:20, A. m., and has thus made the run in a little over eight days, not withstanding detention of several hours off this port on account of fog. The Collins steamship Atlantic left "Liverpool at 11," A. M", onWedncsdayi the 3d, vvkh 123 passengers, left New York. ' "'The' 'London Star further says a con temporary announces that the Central American difficulty is solved satisfac torily by -i convention between - Hon- iuras-and Urcat isntam ine saus iactorv settlement "alluded to, of this at one time threatening question, was announced five weeks since. , : . Brcadstuffa Richardson,. Spcnce, k Co., report Ireadstuffs unchanged and in limited demand. ", The weather "Tontlnued favorable for agricultural 11 . Vater Communication ; between TlT . r.Trrv,.T'A" 1 V-rv " Tt ITTrIAT)f Tll f 'National Intelligencer states that 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. — 27 September 1856

TU W. rUHNAS, Editor. JRDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBR.27 1S56. I. P arvix, General Advertising Acnt, in rear f York, Ladies' and Children's t-.hoe Store, t Fourth street, Cincinnati. rrrTENGiLL A Co. New York. 5. Sttkmeb- No. 43 Chestaut street, Saint '. McLtng, Troy, Ohio. ID IL Darst, Tippecanoe, Ohio. J. Mckgzk, Covin cton, Ky. ). Ki&c, Archer, Nebraska. V. Peter, Oregon, Ho. os & Hawk, Kockport, Mo. y & Wnirr, Nebraska. C.ty, N. T. II. W. Tatk, Linden, Mo, . Bakxoi, Three Grove, N. T. thcrizod Agents to solicit Subscription! and :-nients for the Advertiser, and recievc and r monies thereon. 3 resident in this Territory, coming from rtions of the State, often suggest to us in their old neighborhoods, who .btlcss become subscribers if they eonld see tbc"Adrertier. ewwj scuu5--, and persons relieving, will consider it a on to become ft regular subscriber. Post- nd others, feeling sufficient interest to make , can retain the usual per cent for their me, JOB VCEX i recent extensi...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 27 September 1856

t V V - - G2A.VZL-T7ALL HOUSES: Messrs. Fowlfr k Wells. Think ing that ciy experience in the Gravel Yall and Octagon mode of building might pos, dblv bo cf some service to those information on the sub- ject, I nave concluded, "vntn your per r t i , mission, to give it p,s briefly as maybe in ihe columns of the Journal. I put ' lip, during the last summer, an octagon crave! house two stories hicrh, with sixteen feet sides, making it 128 feet in circumference, and about 39 feet in diameter. There is a celler under the . whole. The height of the cellar wall is seven and a half feet, about two of it being above the ground. The first ' story is ten feet high in the clear, and the upper story is nine feet in the clear. The thicknsss of the cellar wall is Wei re inches, the first story ten inches, upper story eight inches. There is also a partition across the cellar six inches thick, and a large cistern m one corner of the cellar, the walls of which arc six inches thick. " I used the Hydra...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 18 October 1856

v 779 77 ,"7..: :;;;7 77t ; ' - 1 " - M . y Yyj A?- p -y : A n . , "i (? y , 1 7 1 ;1 A. r Ii !77 11 :!v -77 l-J :Mi'VM:: :.J' aitIndependei OLlM : ,7" ' . ' ' - - - - ----mmimmmm!mamtmmml&amamm-mmmlm ' '- - T ' " . .- , . , " Y , . Y- ! .: : .11 ' ! - rasfc okviiscr . 0 AD rCEUSHTD EYE3Y SATTEDAT BY, .V; FURNAS, . Street, tet. rai tsi .Water, " j (Lake's Clock,) OWNVILLE, N. INT T. ,tr(inTariallj in advance), - ...-atbs, - t. . . - " HATES OF ADVEKTISIXG: . (12 linea or less,) ca iv''C, .ional inscrtwn, ' - 1 1 -A 1 ' ?, one muntb . 4. . - thiee montl.3, . ' . six month, - - one yeLf, ; ' : '. f Is of six lines or less one year, -s, one year, ; ' ; . - . 'umn, on e year, : 44,. 4 . . U t ...'. - ' six months, t ' "- lunin, six months ' , . t ' " -: 44 44 - 4t ' . three months, ; ' V lanin, three months, $2,00 1,58 u $1,00 2,50 . 4.00 e;oo 10,00 5,00 . 60,00 So,C0 15,00 -10,00 : 35,60 20,00 . 10,00 8,00 2fl,00 . 13,00 10.00 C,00 - nfinr11fltp; for office. -' '1- 5,00 Irancc will...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 18 October 1856

On Tuesday of this week, a son cf Mr. Jackson, ol Lass county, was turned to death by a prairie fire. It seems that the fire was ceding very near to the dwelling of Mr. J ack- Fen. and that while he was cut h" ..tins; c it, the children became alarmc and endeavored to run away from it. s The boy -who was enly seven or ci:ht vears old was soon overtaken by the flames and burned to a very crisp. -We he no that the law imposing 1111 V, V upon those reckless persons .who fire the prairies may soon be' enforced. .The amount cf property dcstroyecLin Nebraska by these fires this .year is very great, no one can' estimate .the damaeno cue can restore to life even aed by them. Nebraska' NcicfJ Shot Himself. The body cf Wo. th, formerly a resident of this City, was fcuna-on fcunday last, about cne and a half miles from town. - A rifle ball had pierced his breast and it is supposed he must have bled to death within half' an hour from the time1 he Mr Smith'-left home on a hunting -expedition and...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 18 October 1856

r - o 9 yg- m :e ady cr ERTISER IT." YT. rURNAS, Editor. T.DAT XCSXING, OCTOULR, 13 1655. . Pavtj. Genera Advertising A rest, in rear - York. Ladies' and Children's hLoe Store, t rourtn street, Lmcimati. ". Fkttesgiu. A Co. New York. 5. SwTiraxs., No. U Chestnut street, Saint '. JlrLrxo, Trey, Ohio. II. II. Dak?t, Tippocanoc, Ohio. JjrvcrK, Ccrirtcn, Ky. " Kinx, Archer, Nebraska. : ". Fetes, Oregon, Mo. ; v & Hawk, I lock port, Mo. 1 White, Nebraska City, X. T. - - W. Tatk, Linden, Mo. arm.", Three Grove, N. T. -horized Areata to solicit Subscriptions and meats for the Advertiser, and rcciere and r monies thereon. - i - i resident in this Territory, coming from irtio.ru of the State3, often suggest to 03 s of persons in their old neighborhoods, who ubtle;a become subscribers if tbey could see . the Advertiser." We always send a speci T, and persons recieving, will consider it a on to become & regular sub-briber. Pol and others, feeling sufficient interest to make canrtt&...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 18 October 1856

....-4 U 1 "Met ' ' z . -- banners' intent Aran ihuit thiis. : It is rccoramervJc;! in r hie number ci ir.e .iJfnH to remove rbm-mits r.Sont dices Fruit Trees" to th arc m my by :rfj.ce." c 11 f 1 1 -( r r in tkci io tiiispract: two objection!?: lose cc tlicre "1st. If this slioul.1 ultimately result in getting rid of. the sprouts, it .vould Have n "test" of acad stumps attached )cncr or to its injury if not to its tvouU to t.:o louy, or root, of the parent tree, ttMcn, in my opinion vrcuild so later tend carlv clceir ficstroy them. The 'stumps vrculd re main and be forever sending forth new FprouL-. I would say, let the sprouts remain till Fcmctime in June 'or .July, (earlier or later,) then tlig- away the soil froin the root of, the tree and cut oil the. sprouts closa to -the body, or rootto which they are attached,) as a scientific pruncr would cut off a branch, r.nd then replace the soil. If the work be done as it ought to be, no m ore s p r o u t s will h e se en that y e ar, a...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 25 October 1856

D , .... i j. , - ,. i .. - vr f ! . f i -AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO MATTERS OF ; GENERAL INTEREST TO THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE.-'. OLUME I. BROWNVILLE, NEMAHA COUNTY, N. T., SATUMY, OCTOBER 25, 1856. NUMBER '19; -J !: . . . . . . . - ... - , ( jraslui Afortiscr n ASD rCEUSEID ETEBT EXTCTLDAT ST W. FURNAS 1 Street, let. Kaia and J7ater, (Lake's Elock,) IIOWNTILLE, N. T. Tear(inTariaLIy in advance), $2,00 mentis, - RATES OF ADVERTISING: T-et12 lines or less,) one insertion, .Uonal insertion, re, one month three months, six months, one year, "axdj of x Iine3 or less one year, jn, one year, Column, one year, h " a & " " -nn, six months. Column, six months, x tt u i " nn, three months, Column, three months, u u . 0.50 2,50 4,00 6,00 10.00 5,03 60,00 35,00 15,00 10,00 35,00 20,00 10,OC 8,00 20.00 13,00 10,00 6,00 X candidates for ofHee, 5,00 advance 'rill be required for all adrertise- ejt where actual responsibility is known. - cent for each change be added to the 3 Eas...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 25 October 1856

An intcrc:tbzleitcr frcmxCicraiLa to tbe 2Caiimal intelligencer, describes some cf the inhabitants and products 0 , Lizard3 and scorpions are plentiful ly interspersed through the country, besides hich there is a large lizard ivhich the natives call "iguano " and Tvhich chiefly inhahits the woods, feed ing cn bugs Lnd ether insects. I have only teen a couple of them since I have been "here. They measure about two feet from tho tip cf the no?e to the end cf the tail, and are of a light brownish color. I bare seen two makes only since I have been in the country; znl a friend at my elbow says he has lived here a rear, aniens cf them is the cnlv cne"hs ha3 seen. The one I allude to resembles that so frequently found incur Western prairies, called the whip Enake, but the natives fear them very much, saying they are poisonous, and ldll people." The tobacco grown in the country is - . - . excellent,to my taste, almost equalling tt- c.nh fnhrn T hnrf PrprsmntpdJine lerriDie inieiuzencB oi v...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 25 October 1856

Ti. YT. FURNAS, Editor. . DAY M0RNINO, OCTOBER, 25 1S53. 'kktxs, Oeneral Advertising Arcnt,in rear York. Lndies and Children' fchoe Store, Fourth etreet, Cincinnati. Pettengill k Co. New York. . Swtkher, No. 43 Chestnut street, Saint McLtkg, Troy, Ohio. . II. Darst, Tippecanoe, Ohio. Mckger, Covington, Ky. Knit, Archer, Nebraska. Peter, Oregon, Mo. k Have, Kockport, fo. White, Nebraska City, N. T. 7. Tate, Linden, Mv EKrx, Three Grove, N. T. ' -iied Airnts to solicit Subscriptions and pnts for "the Advertiser, and recieve and monies thereon. Nirw Stoue 'and New Goods. It will be seen by reference' to oar advertising columns that ItcAllsxzE Dczzzn, & Co. are now on hand, with tn extensive stock of every variety of good3 usually iept in our "Western stores; that is, every "Thbg almost you may call for. This 18 the nctv iouse wo spoke of some timo ao. l iiey are men ot capital, uusmess ca in experience and integrity. Give them a o Cltl3 I resident in this Territory, coming from rti...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 25 October 1856

i r t - i 4 1 1 . fanners'- Department " . from the Ohio Cultivator. . CZLTCT.Z OF TEEAPEICOT. " The Apricot is one' of the most de- a. EiraLle of all fruits, and with a little skill and attention to guard against the - ravages of the curculio and exposure to cold winds, the crop may he as certain as that of the peach, and much more profitable. Wc have known several trees in Columbus, standing in shelter ed situations, that have borne good crops as often as three, years out of iivc, and afforded more profit to their "owners than any other trees cn their . premises. They arc of the varieties ezllcd Early Golden, Large Early, and 'JUach Apricot. The last named especi- ally is a very hardy and productive .variety, the fruit resembling a plum in appearance, ane selling for a large price at the confectionaries. The fol lowing is abridged from a communica- tion.in a late, number of the Horticul turist. . M. B. B. .. . -xt is remarKaoic mar a iruit oi so much excellence as the Apricot, rip...

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

CVftv r I 1 yy Ay yy Ay Ay Ay Ay AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST TO THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE. If ay- Ay Ay VOLUME I. firaslut gMtritscr & .. s WTED AND rVCLISnED ETEET SATURDAY BY W. FURNAS a Sni.Strwt, UU Hain and Water, i Lake's Block.) r .o roar ; 'invariable in ad ranee), $2,00 1,50 ! CVTF.S OF ADVERTISING: V ,qarr; ' Yui or less) one insertion, l lj additional insertion, 51,00 2,50 4,00 6,00 10.00 5,00 60.00 35,00 15.00 10,00 35,00 20.00 19,00 8.00 20.00 13.00 10.00 6.00 a ' " three montlis, i " FIX HloOtUS, 'a one rear, !Bnw CaH "' r lc-'S one -Tear' ii.? C..!uinn..'nc year,-' t!K-Uf CuIuibd, -ac year, ; f.dirtfl . . . , u . u rinctiirntn ? - rhnm.six mnnUH!. - U'f t't'Uimu, iT raonUs, i f;irin -' . t'.TlmnTu tliree month", ' f a:f (Vuir.n, three uiontbs, f,.ur:h " i .1. " ..;., ii :ire. one wo ma 5.00 - Ci-kitt 'arioe oc r"!""" 'l'dU fX'-fj-t v,hrc nctunlrcsponsibility is known. Ten ! tent for each change 15 added to the j "Uulz JWincs...

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

j,. WrOKTEK3 AXD miiOIXSALE DEALERS IS Havana acd Dcncitic Cigars & Ttoco. SOCTlI EAST COnSEB PISE & SECOXD STS OT. IiOUIS, LIO. T7EfcaTe in store, aud to arr; e, a very largo j V artmcnt of the very best brands c.f Havana Cignrs. We desire to call the special attention fah buyers to cur large stock, which wo are deter mined to sell very low for cash. They consist, in trt. cf the following brand : I'rcntitade Regalias; Diana llillars; Hi Destino do Newton do Antiguedai ISastamasto Carnclia Delirante Haluadora ' StaSacoui Meridiacai WaahiDgtoa do do do do do do do do do Victoria do Iberia do Kapcnola do I'egAdera do LaMorma do Ncnsagero do Emulation do " La Voz " do -rt no Londress: Kl Sol Lmi-erocbalds do ridcluiad do Meuar.rero do (iranadina do Carrentc do Pocahonta, do Kcinai FulUna do Li Flora do I'LSuldelaDriroea do Dooe Meses do Figaro (.'ill indradosi D. I5.Catanon do . I'rcn-aJo I). D. do J. Y. Y. Fama do ..Vdeialiama do Viscera ITantations; I'.L. do Vellegas do Mcnsa...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 1 November 1856

HE ADVERTISER; - i.-fnv 4 S. , Editor. . Iu ' ' XfllORXLNG, NOVEMBER 1, 1356: . . . . k . i - . I N 1 o'k Ladies' and Children's ftnoe store, r-e F.,ur:h street, Cincinnati. I J Cf , wV-cgill & Co. New York. ' t SrKHSRf No. 43 Chestnut street, Saint lf.Kr UrLrss, Troy, Ohio. ... ' v ' s J--':, ir iii!rr. TirnecanoP, UW3i K'C xf V Tate, Linden, Mo, T J. cntj xa solicit Subscriptions and ! Art au 'I'., fur the Advertiser, and recieve and ..tf(JriaelhercoB- ,.;snt ia this Territory, coming from " - .. t. ...... ... ..ml fn ng JOB WOEK. recent extensive additions of I i'to the "Advertiser" Omce, we clan additions oi new laim to out Job Work in a manner un- , v ,fnf.R. The proprietor berns iUr?"lS rrt cr himself, and Laving in his I . . . V-,,. 11 . determiner. 1 not to be 0 Tic in the execution of Job W or. Cards J uvixne of Foyer's Ltc.t improved Card I &) BlaiM Work in Colors Bronze j Vori; &c, v ill meet with particular atten- I .irs from a distance will be promptly at j ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 1 November 1856

iulincnt. m From the Country Gentleman. the EASxrr tctliw. '. Missus. Editors: In the fiscal year ending Juno 30th, 1855, there was imported 'into tho United States, 132,653 worth of foreign manufac tured willow wares, such as baskets, cradles, childrcns' carriages, &c; also 45,459 worth of the raw or manufac tured willow, making, in the aggregate the round sum of 178,117. How far it may be for the interests of this country to grow its own willow, end manufacture its own supply, are Questions in political economy that Ehouldbc fairly and candidly discussed. The subject has excited considerable encmirv of late years, and much has been published in the agricultural journals upon the subject. Many persons have written upon the willow culture, who, doubtless, were not well posted up in the matter. The best essay I have read upon the subject, was written by John Fleming, Esq., of Sherburne, Mass., published in the Transactions of the Ag. Society, Norfolk Co., Mass., 1852. Mr. Flem in...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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