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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 8 November 1856

: k fc il , j i f ( - 4 AN INDEPENDENT WEiKLY NEWSPAPER--DEVOTED TO MATTEES OF GENERAL INTEREST TO TEE COMMUNITY AT LARGE. VOLUME I. BEOWIIYILLE, NEMAHA COUNT YV;N..T., SATURDAY, KG YE2IBEE 8, 1856. - : .' :; , - " ; " ; v L h :"i h 1 7 ' : A " ' A;:- ',. . h ; ' ! ; :': i n .i , ' . IHBl.nn,iiWliJIIMWIIHilll ''WjnwWWI-MII"M''BHIWWMWWlMII1M Ill rfjlWW WWaawiiMI iWMHWwr Wi.iWlWWWMiiWinmiww y -4 rtn terra) A?n prELisiirD eteht f atcedat bt a. W'-. FURNAS, Uzzzi Street, let. ITiia nri V7aterf ! (Uke'e Block,) pROTVVNVIII'E, X. T. rotoneym(tnTriaUy ia adraacc), J2,C0 1,50 ' . : HATES OF ADVERTISING: Oaefj- ' . 6ii" C.-Usin. cue year, One-b:f Column, one year, fourth " One-ei?th " Co'.omn, sir inontlis, half Column, b'ix montlis, ' fourth u ' - eijrhth CoWmff, three months, half Column, three montfl?, fourUi . " U ' ' e' . " .j:.tta fnr office. 60,00 35,00 15,00 10,00 35,00 20.00 10,00 8,00 20,00 13,00 10,00 6.00 6,00 f Vch mSuivnce win ire ivh""- " : ffi,U eicq.t where actual rcPronSill...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 8 November 1856

V The Gentleman's--Magazine. This old v-t Monthly M:igaz:ue,lh? Puti'iarch amcrig ; lYriodh-al Publications, ,s so wcii known among Ju v.xry men of all countries, and especially by all who ,.v"k the t::;.-':.-L language, and hare studied fjIis'.i l.teratnre of the !a-d century, that it is ncc-cary to tity very little concerning it. The (Jeiitlemau's Majazine was originated hy Ed ward Cae, the well-known Printer and Publisher, ni:iu remarkable for iiii intel'.!g-n ;c stud industry, j who c lit., d and conducted it under the cognoiava U' j J"vjan-J. l riau, w;ni. iisurM oiu.u oi jiuoi.e.mo.1 , was Hi I i e Vcii'-rai.ie g;ue-i:oce e i iuc nuijuu i-. ; st J.,hn. near Smithficld in London. Among it oarly contributors was. Dr. Johnson, whose first l.tcr- j ary production appeared in't'nis Magazine. Contmry j iu ihc for.-bodinir. of many LH,.k,ie:lers -i iue tiiue. it cueceed.-d irtia its coruuicneiiaeiji, cna na iii.i.h- tjiii.-l ::u tioi.cr.-iMe an.I nuweinisaca rcpina-.ion ior 1 more th...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 8 November 1856

HE -A v. I'l'-RSAS, Editor.- yOVEMEER 8, 1S58. -r ncral Advertising Agent, in rear 1 Children's Shoe Store, i Ti-v.i. .r innati. New 1 Cfa. 4J Chestnut , ttrcct, Saint , Ohio, . o KTKk; Jo. rv Thre Grove, . L . . j ius.r. t j 6jUt.-t subscriptions an! 1- 'rf.'f!i the Advertiser, and .recicye and tSthcrwn. r i - ft. .i T rrir-trr. cutuirur iroin . i.i - .11 L I. I i- -TV ...r Jn h'-Ir oU teirnoornoou.-. iu ;-? ' i.ej.eub; risers if they could see kii t l , --, -t!--' " We always sen., a fpeei - - f'b V.'-eeieving. will cir.iJer it. . .'. I ' . .. ,-,Lr suVneriOcr. 1 o.4- -. 1 T f.'.o;;:- tfufiieicut interest to make tbeCu5ual per ceat for their J3B VGSZ. - - cxteiisive additions of new - C to t-c "... t . r".- is i i 1 1 -c. i iaiuo. u. ".lvcrt.v- uaice, we viaim kJ .TrJ.-. Work m c manner un- 1 Vw a-Voftce. The proprietor being '?K: . -rJcr Lhnsclf, and having in bis 1 ;;':0-!.V.ihc.i .1 experienced of Jolt oik. Carus :rovea Card kU, Vr.I meet itli prawu.arat.en r f,,rl a tv.star.co...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 8 November 1856

armcrs g)f parimcnt. jf, From tbs Country Gintlcoian. 'EUBAE3 02 PIE PLANT. s Vc arc sorry to see so little of tlus ''delicious vegetable muse in this coun try. Certainly it ought, from its good Qualities, to attract more attention than it Joes. It is an article w hich no good 'garden should be without, and a little of which ought to find its way to every body's table. .. f'gc. The leafstalks of rhubarb iiave.long been used in many parts of the'eouutry in tarts and pies, in the same nranhcras'apples; they are also stewed alouo or with rice; made into jellies ' and ether preserves; and when fully grown, the juice expressed i3 made iirio an excellent wine. . The varieties of llhubarb are raised frem seed in the first instance, which .is the only way of producing new sorts. Varieties already established, are increased by dividing the roots, retain ing a bud or crown to cacli section. "Whether originated from seed or in creased by a division, a deep rich soil is required to insure the f...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 15 November 1856

. - I I il is ' - . a w il !! Tl i , U2 n ' vVV Ay W -.y y A v A A v U A v . w i V ' A AX AN. INDEPENDENT WEEKLY... NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO MATTERS; OF 6ENEEAL INTEREST TO THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE VOLUME I. BKOWNVILLE, NEMAHA COUNTY, N. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1856 NUMBER 22. ac V ! 1 6 f ( i 1 i i 'rrrc i-J rrrusnED rvERT satcsdat bt ' VV. FURNAS, i (Lake'. Block,) 1 Drv0inHT- J. D. N. THOMPSON, ATTOBTJEY AT LAW, LOT AND LAND AGENTS; LEOWNYILLE, N. T, Will attend the Courts of Northern Missouri, Ne bratka and Western Iowa. 1 r- HiVFT?TTS;TVfi . KATLM ,l,;iliti.mal i"n narc.ontmonin v - three uvntri, - i " (IX IITlti8t " one year, VioenCnrdi of t lines or less one year, i C!mn,one jc:ir, c-Ui l'j awn, oe Jc;ir foifftn " r1 ..i.tnn. n inontn?. half OJu tun, six months, fourth - " . eighth - " " Column, three w.nUis, - f.mrth " - . ; . .... n " nm.unein candidates for cEw, tVb ,n advance will U required fi.r nil advert utt -ere actual wibfiity i. kjo ' . - -...v. ..i,-,r,ir be added to $1,0...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 15 November 1856

i 1 ' i' ON TH2 PLAINS COL. A. V EIILEI! ---INDIAN EirncTJiTirs. A train arrived from Salt Lake on uhday last, bringing the startling in telligence that Col. A. r. Jklbitt, ". Secretary of Utah Territory, and two men who were accompanying him, were killed cn. the plains about one hundred p.nd fifty. miles beyond Fort Laramie, by a band of Clieyenncs, numbering some twelve or fifteen, who had watch ed the party ever since they left the Platte river, and fell upon them the . first time, they jverc scattered enough to make their game sure.. They .had toppc.d to encamp for the 'night, J and were ".engaged in different directions getting wood, water, and forage for the fctock, .whoa the' Indians made their ' appearance. 'The Col. became very much excited, and commenced firing pistols before they were in shoot ing distance, and altogethor. without effect, aftei which. he fought desper ately until he was struck by a hatchet -' frorii behind, which felled him, "and he was immediately dispat...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 15 November 1856

r Ci' II. yv. rURXAS, Editor. ItCRDAT M0RXING,30VEMBER X5, 1S55. ' c TT Pisnv, Goncn.1 Advertising A rent, in rear r N.w Yorkiadics' nl Children's Shoe Store, tn Wet Fourth street, Cincinnati. i M refTESfiiLL k Co. Xc York. ' W. S. Sttjimeb, Xo. 43 Chestnut street, Stunt ll'V McLrsc, Trey, Ohio. Dr. H. II. Dakst, Tippecanoe, Ohio. W C. Mi-ncer, Covin cton, Ky. X.P. Kirk, Archr-r, Nebraska. ji'-W. Fetch, Orrtron, Mo. Dillo i Hawk, Kx k port, Mo. ' .. Erne White, Nebraska City, X. T. " i. f W. Tate. Linden, Mo, T J. Baexvm, Three Grove, N T. Are authorized Agents to solicit Subscripts lions and Advertisement for the Advertiser, and rccicve and relief &r monies thereon. , . Persons resident in this Territory, coming from i"1 . .1 . t m t i n tpr:t ti male inters anuoincr, ievuug Bu.-. - ----- c. club, ca a retain the usual per cent for their ' . .. JOB YTOSK. ' 'MTith recent extensive additions of new T-p Cats, colored Inks, Bronze?, Cards, &c, Ideto the "Advertiser" Office, we...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 15 November 1856

5 " farmers' arfimnt mi . , From the Country Gentleman. ' now TO FATTEN EZZE?. '-'"A Young Fanner," from Bain .. bridge, N. Y., inquires for information in feeding sheep. . The rSt thing requisite is to pro- cure an improved breed of sheep, such -as Tvill come to early maturity and ".fatten" any time during their growth. . . I have for the last ten year3 been . breeding the- Cotswolds. I have -now three two year old wethers weighing over two hundred lbs. each, andayear .. drag buck nearly as heavy as either. . ."'This buck- came in competition with the two year old buck which took the - "lirst premium -at the TJ. S.'Fair last . year in Boston, and took the first prize ''. at. our Litchfield Fair last week. . . The great difficulty with this breed ' rof sheep on larnwweii aaapteatosneep husbandry, is to prevent their getting ' eo fat as not to breed. To prevent . this it is necessary to put them in the ' poorest feed the farm affords after the ' .lambs are taken lromtnem. .. . : Shee...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 22 November 1856

5 Y ' r Uy A J j i fjy Jy Ay ff-.' f '-'V rl '; a. M4 iN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY (NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO SIATTEES OF GENERAL INTEREST TO THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE. . . f V 1 i I i i III . J VOLUME I. .ftctelwt a, W. FURNAS -Seco-i Street, bet. Kiln nd Water, Lake's Clock,) . , pnojyiLE, N. T. 'r'r one year (invariably ia advance), 2,00 - 1,50 ! HATES OfTdVERTISLVG: -nrt , (12 1 r ,c" one insertion, f.ch iiiiuonal msertion, ' hne tqure, one month three month, ' . " ix months, . " one year. $1,00 0,50 2,50 4,00 6,00 lf.OO 5,00 60.00 35,00 15,00 10,00 35,00 .20,00 10.00 8,00 20,00 13,00 10,00 6,00 Cards of iix lines or icm uu j One Column, one rear, vo'e-half Column, one yer, ' fonrik " I u Oct-'gbth " - Column, six montiis. - laZ CJuma, six months, - Oloain. three mon tn U'f t'ol-mn, three months, :- eighth " " . n.nntlnzcMdiiales for office, 5,00 1 rih , ilva.ce win be required for all advertise- mnt exsci-t nere aciuai iKr...-... ... ... . Tea fvr each cbanSe b added to the '."SS'r.nsincss Ca...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 22 November 1856

rscsiroifiosACcd.. Among the many articles, the growth and manufacture of this State, exhibit ed at the Fair, there was none that elicited a higher raced of praise than the Tobacco manufactured by -Iessrs. B. W. Lewis k Bro., of Glasgow, and which received the premium, a silver cup, valued at ' $10. All competitors acknowledged that the award was justly m. made and many of the judges of To bacco in this vicinity declared that it far surpassed any article they hadscen manufactured -in this btatc, ana was 'equal to the very best celebrated James '.River,' Virginia Tobacco; ; i We believe Jli.ssoari Tobacco, in quality, now ranks .with the very best in the country, and where, it is manufactured by experi- ! .i i ?i .nced persons m ine Dusmess ii must certainly "cqtiaV that ofany State in the Union. . ' .- '. '. Messrs. Jennings & Smith are the ugents in this cit for the sale of Lewis Joseph Gazelle. '. JVATcn Mascfactubed is St. Jo seph. Among the various articles on exhibition at ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 22 November 1856

Cditor. iu - Sat nowr NOVEMBER . r TZ-ral Advertising Agent, iu rear .fcT-wl Children'. boe Store, 1. V, .'reet, Cincinnati, fl it Co. New York. i Sj-S xVwChcrtnn .Wet, Saint f l'Vtirs'fcEii.CoTirKtoii, hy. C Jr:UI: .Nebraska. i ,, U-iSi Three Grove, . T. l j lUKi . at. ty solicit Subscriptions and I'rt o"rlf.7T the Advertiser, and ret i eve and .v. Ment Ttory, coming from Ii" r?,B in their old neighborhoods ho ""', . become subscribers if they could see . ...j 4flUMlc " iw We al wiys send a speci ' nf persons rccieving, will consider it a n fT",! icCta a regular subscribe. I ust- Cber feeling suflioient inUrest to make rr; ,.; the usual per cenk vi 1 - - j iib.4- T.Tfc "WD a rcVt elusive additions of t ew colored Ink. Bronze,, Card., &c, .rjvnrtisprOflice. we claim to ,3j W iw. T0b Work io a 'manner un- ,1.8 10 Tl1 Trnr.nVtnr LninT f..iit:cal fr o areomi.'i'S a an. scJ f T. :v . 'j i" ; v, i winter inraseu, aua mb'u N'T . omi.ahed ana experienced -.MOT CteionofJob Work Cards 1 ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 22 November 1856

Ltonriiiitiit. Froni the- Hu.ral New-Yorker. Tit VV AM . V err Tic fell 012 2: calcnkticns, relative to the ccit cf fattening hogs upon corn, ttc extract frcin Hurts Merchant's Majizine. The subject is one of irrt pcrtance to fanners snd if the natter can be reduced to a question of figures if a mathematical preciseness can be obtained the benefits thereof cannot bo orer-valued. They are as follows : "It is estimated from an experiment made by S. B. Anderson, that 100 buihclsof corn will produce, 1,000 lbs. cf gross increase in the weight of hogs. One hundred thrifty hogs were weigh ed nnd put into a pen. They were fed 100 3 cn as mucn corn as tney could eat. lne avcrac!zross increase y. per hog for the 100 days was 176 lbs., or at the rate cf If lbs. per day. It thus appears that one bushel of corn will produce a gross increase cf 10 lbs. Throwing off one-fifth to come at the net weight, gives 8 2-5 lbs. of perk are made by one bushel or 56 lbs. of corn, 1 lb. of pork is the produc...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 29 November 1856

.... A 1 1 ft Ay AN' INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO MATTERS:: I OF GENEEAL INTEREST TO THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE. VOLUiIE I. BEOWNVILLE, NEIAH A COUNTY, N T;, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1856. NUMBER 2 4 . .j-NV-.-......-. ' ; ! . j v X 'uz-i'j.'X5 5 i f , I f " A .. I 71 I '! I I I ii ! :ju V . i : " ' . ' ', .3. ' r i 4 : i I js EDITED AT ITBLISntD EVERT S1TCROA.T BT r. W. F URN AS, Second Street, bet. Zl&in and Water, (Lake's Clock,).. . BROWN VI r.LE, N. T. for one year (invariably in advance), - $2,00 six months, " " 1,50 KATES OF. ADTERTISIXG: Ori. soaare, (12 linea or lass,) one insertion, Each adlilional iuscrtion, , . , One square, one month . . L u three months, ' u . gii montna, . h one year, .liMiiness Cards of lines or less one year, Opc Column, one year, ' m - One-ba!f Colnmn, one year, i. fourth M " . .One-i;hth " C.lnran, six months, - 4 half Column, six months, fourth u r '. eighth " " . . Culunin, three months, ' balf ('oluinn, three months, ' ft,urth " . . ei...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 29 November 1856

. . TSZIL3 WAB IS CEI302T. From a letter received from a very .reliable and highly esteemed friend in - Oregon Territory, we take the follow .ing account of the recent - Indian . -war in that region. Until its receipt ; .'ve confess we have been greatly . at loss "what Opinion to form upon the . ' . matter, but this settles the question in our mind. The writer we have known .. from our youth up and would believe ' as freely as though we had witnessed '. witn onr own eyes. That there may have been some tresspasses committed on the part of the whites is possible, but no tresspass can justify the indes ' criminate butchery which has been carried on in Oregon by the Indians there. After a careful study, of .the Indian character, with prejudice. in their, favor, made so by the iung song of .'.'Oh, how the ' whites have treated the poor Indian," we have come to the conclusion that violence and blood are , the prominent traits of the Indian cliiracter, and that they will manifest " it alwa...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 29 November 1856

i i . mm MISER yy. rL'AS Editor. 50VEMBER 2?, -18SC. - TTiTv General Adrcr1srig Agent, in rear ? d Children's Otoe Store, rSSh street, Cincinnati . ' S- M: tES ' Chcstnat stredj'fcalnt ai5i- v'rLrsG.Trcj,Ohio. i P- ir H I)at Tippecanoe, Ohio.- . . . KiM, Archer, Nebraska V V rW&. Oregon, Mo. H. V rrllkrt. Kockport, Me. I 4 VinTE.Vera-ska City, NT. " 1 ,:;P f V Tatk. Linden, Mo. ' 1ki it ixT jr. Three Grove, N. T. ' ; f T-J- Agents to solicit Subscriptions and . Xrtu ;i!r,j.rihe AdvertUcr. and rccieve and Jformuniwthcreou. i - -iticnt in this Territory, coming irom . pcrs .r the .States, wften suggest to ntcV 1 y jn, in tbeir old neighborhoods, who : e "'Tle- iwiM nukwiberi if they could iee ' ,ul Vdrerti?ir." We always send a speci- 'T ' J. lwvome a i iiK rwievin!r. will consider it 11 J ,v V.k. lcf. ' -1 others, leciingiuuicicui. win.c trtB retain the usual per t for their ,., CiS': . - .... I V1 c ... infl .in-"' I " JOB W02Z. I ' .v- jecetit extensive .additions of new t ruts...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nebraska advertiser. — 29 November 1856

aims 5 panntci Ah o From the Rural yew-Yorker. TH2 POTATO ITS 02IG2T AXD USES. This ra.lna.l3l ft rseulent is ascertained t?.be a native of South America, having been found in a wild state both in IJcunos Ayres and in Chili. Sir. Joseph Banks considers that the potato -was ...Crst introduced into Europe from the in the neighborhood of Quito, where ' tcy vrcT.Q- called "papas," to .Spain, ."in the early part of the ICth century. TVhnr Kmin v?V.Arn tliov wfro cnllpd '.'battatas," they appear to have found their "way first to Italy, where they re ceived the same name with the trufile 'taratoulii.. Hie potato was received bv Clusms, at Vienna in 1583, from t're Governor of Moris, in Hainault, who h'ad nrocured it the rear before 1 ml from oris of the attendants of the Pope s It gate, under the name of "taratoufli," a id learned from him that it was in use Ti.i t ' r ?t j ii in naiy. m ucrmany it received ice nimeof "cartofTel," and spread rapidly in .the 'time of Clausius. . -It - is su...

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 December 1856

(0 j AV; A f. J ; l I I 1 M t N 1 I - t tr 1 AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NEW INTEREST TO THE COMMUNITY' AT LARGE. ' 1 " T " 1 ' 1 I j. ; i VOLUME I. ' IS EDITED AXD ITBLISJIi;D EVERY SATTF.PAY BY FU W. FURNAS Second Street, bet. Kain ard Water, , (Lake's Block,). , cnowNVHE, x. y. YotoM jar( invariably in advance), - $2,00 " six months, -- - . - - 1,50 ' KATE 8 OF ADVERTISING: , . i , ' One MUarC,.l UUBS or tvsz, vuv tueciuun, $1,00 0,50 2,50 4,00 6,00 10,00 5,00 60,00 35,00 . 15,00 10,00 -35.00 20.00 10,00 8,00 20,00 13.00 10,00 6,00 tub additional insertion,' Unc qoare one moaui three months, n ? gx months, - " one year, business Cards f x lines or less one year, On Column, one year, One-balf Column, one year, fourth " " One-eiphih " " " Column, fix months, half Column, six months, ' -fourth . rinhih " " ' Column, three months, half Column, three months, fourth " " u eighth- ' " i irwknn.inrr ran didat.es for office. 5,00 . Cash in advance wiil be requirea ior an ao.ven.ise meBts except...

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 December 1856

:sn hiccellany. II 13 reported that Lord Palmerston is preparing a new reform bill. prd John Russell threatened a similar 'xjltl rcn measure. England and France havesuspended diplomatic intercourse withNaples. No "hostilities havo yet occurred. While Ret. Mr Spurgeim, the famous Baptist -preacher, was preaching at 'Concert Hall, a false alarm of fire was . rai&ed, creating a stampede. Several . persons were trampled to death. The statement that France had sum- .xnoned Austria to evacuate the prin- cipalitics, is not credited by the Col- . .fgne Gazelle. ' ' T, . , . .All -powers. excepting the tinted . '-States have" assented -to the. original protocol respecting the sound dues. . A ministerial crisis and financial yiicu;iici caio " : The ministerial-crisis at Denmark has resulted in the installation oi.-tne old ministry. . . . The French commercial crisis is as suming a more favorable aspect. -'Persia solicits the medium of France .'. 4h iicr dificulties with England. Tie steam...

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 December 1856

SmM 6 1S'6' "Tl(lrertimg A feat, in rear "SJnd Children's t!ioo Store, . - - TroV. Ohio.- . ' X,l.rA cay,.?, i. " , Tiiree Grove, . . r. 3'lR- Ar"nts to solicit babscnpLioni e4 Af 1 f.,f tnc ons and Advertiserand reeieve and Bies thereon- !. Trtfrrv rv.m I P from j : ! nis icijiwi Ft - r C - f the Stale?,' fftcn suggest to ns ftiwn'" tbeir o,i nci-hbrkood-s who CT. ubTibcrs if they could see -We always Feud a speci- IJi reeving, will consider it . suTicientjutere.-a to nww usual per cent for their ' i ... nl( fI tlC. .: . job W0S2. . I -.'t extensive -additions' of new - ! f"lorcl I'-S bronzes, Cards, &c, 'SC -Advertiser" OlTice, we claim to . f.ra out Job Work in a manner un 1 Mr a-v ofiice. The Proprietor being 1 i-riiier himself, and having in Lis 1 ..Wihed and experienced -'t i T'i ter is determined not to be the execution of Job Work. Cards re f VcSU latest improved Card i'U Work in Colors, bronze ic' vill wett vkh particular atten- L ta a stance will be promptly at .dVarra...

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 December 1856

-. m -Wi Written for the Nelr&ska Advertiser. ; . the xiclusa toe hedges? 0. Mb. Editcs:- There is, perhaps, no subject of more importance to the farmers of Nebras ka, than that of fencing, so as to sate "timber, and labor. Therefore, a knowl edge of, and instruction in regard to a. substitute for timber, must be of vast importance to the community.. Almost every method has been tried and found wanting, save one, that is, the Maclura or Osage Orange, Patents have been issued, for all manner of plank, and wire fence, and farmers hare been gulled, and cheated thereby, but still, the cry is, "Patent-fence;" Eastern news papers are filled, more or less, with Gaming advertisements, of patent fences; but beware of imposition. Try none of them, but use a substitute of natures own-production, viz., tho Ma dura. - . - . The Madura was discovered, in Texas, by Dr. -Mac-lure, and has been known by various names, as "Bois If Arc" "Osage Orange" kc, but none are so suitable, or handy, as Mac...

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