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About Bellevue gazette. (Bellevue City, N.T. [i.e. Neb.]) 1856-1858 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1856)
THURSDAY,' OCTOBER 30, 1956.
Oen. L. L. DOWEN,
8. A. Strickland,
Chaa. T. Ilolloway,
JOIST COUNCILMAN FOR BURT, WASHING"
TON AND THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT
or DOCuLAS COUNTIES.
JAMES S. ALLAN.
. In another column will be found the
details of the late riots in Baltimore city,
which resulted in the death or some ten
men, and the wounding cf twenty others.
It is to be much regretted, that scarcely
an election passes ny, uuuu. . .u..
. . i :.i . r -f
thi3 kind taking place in some one or tne
CSS" We have sent the first numbers of
the Gazette to many of our friends, and
hope soon to be ablu to add their names
i . m i m 1
to our list. I nose wno receive me paper
thereforo, and do not wifch tc become sub
scribers, w ill confer a favor on us, by re
turning this number to the office.
Iowa Mate Fair.
The third annual exhibition of the Iowa
State Fair, closed on the 10th ult., at
Muscatine. It is spoken of, as having
done honor to all parties concerned. A
partial description of the Fair, will be
found in another column.
As our citizens generally are preparing
for the winter, and are getting their stoves
under way, we hope great caution will be
observed, in putting their stove pipes
through walls, ceilings, &,c, as carlessness
in these matters might result in a serious
Lieut, fsor. ItlcC'omos.
This gentleman arrived in our city, on
Monday last, and is sojourning for the
present, at the Benton House. We hope
the Governor will be pleased with the
beautiful location of our city, and become
a permanent resident amongst us.
t We acknowledge the recefpt of a
small quantity of Molasses, which was
manufactured from cane, grown in our
Territory, Mr. Charles Melt ay, in
forms us that the cane is known as the
" Chinese Sugar Cane," and that from
the early maturity of this Bpecies, there is
every reason to think, that its culture can
be made profitable.
We have been requested to call
the attention of Builders, to the fact, that
sealed proposals, will be received by H.
T. Clarke, Esq., Chairman of the build
ing Committee, for the erection of a School
House, in Bellevue, on, or before Wed
nesday evening next- Any information
required, can be had by applying to him.
1S WOOD. Wanted, immediately,
at this office, a quantity of Fire Wood.
We see in a Cincinnati paper that the
police of that city appeared on the 22d of
September in the new uniform. It says
that "With their caps and soldier-fashioned
coats and pants, they make them
selves look terrible."
On Wednesday morning last a passen
ger train from St. Louis, destined for Al
ton, came in collision with the down train.
The crah was terrible ; the first passen-
i ger car was made a complete wreck, all
j the seats being destroyed. One young
1 lady; Miss Buford, daughter of Judge
I Buford, of this State, was quite seriously
injured by a contusion on the forehead.
; One gentleman had his ankle broken, and
others were slightly injured by splinters.
Chicago Dem. Press, Oct. 6th. ,
'Destructive Fire near Pittsburg.
A fire broke out on Sunday Oct. 12, in
-. the extensive coach and waggon manufac-
tory of Phelps, Carr &. Co., about two
t miles below this citv. destrovinir the wboln
J - -o
block, including the extensive plough fac
tory of Hall &. Speers, several dwellings,
and a number of buildings occupied by
Phelps, Carr & Co., aud owned by Cyrus
Townsend. There was no insurance on
Phelps, Carr & Co.'s machinery, their
tstock, valued at $30,000, was insured in
' Jwo Philadelphia offices for 81 0.000. A
IVrSe Par of the finished work in the
stablihment of Hall & Spear was saved,
"but the destruction of machinery, patterns,
timber, &.c, involves a considerable loss.
Their stock and buildinirt were insured .
for $14,000 in the Lyeoming office. On
the building., of Fansew, valued at J 10,.
' there no insurance. The total
loss w,U prohsWy reach ?75.0O0.
Correspondence of Bellevue Gaxette.
New York, Oct. 11, lS.rd.
The City Inspector reports an aggre-
rate of 33 deaths for the week endinir
to-day, which is a decrease of 31 com -
pared with the mortality of tho week be -
fore. Men 62 women 78 bovs 125
lore, menu-, women v, oojs i,
irir U DO t adu Its 140. rbil. rpn 0R - nl...
1S7, females 109; colored 3. There
were 11 deaths from violent causes, 35
from marasmus, 50 consumption, no yel-
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low fever, natives of the United States
In Brooklyn this morning the yellow
fever panic was revived, by the announce
ment of six new cases of what the Health
Officer calls " epidemic bilious remittent
fever" principally in the neighborhood of
Furman and Fulton streets. It was gene-
relly expected that the Board to-day would
Bdjourn ,nt Dt this ew alarm will
have efl-ect t0 pruiong tnejr session
Letters from Rio Janeiro, dated Sep.
ipmhpr ut mmo thai il.n .iu;ur Hialxi
. ' , . Pn .,
Francisco, had arrived at that port in
twenty-one days from New York. This
is considered a fair passage.
a Custom-house officer, named Thomas
Holland, who has recently been discharged
from office, was arrested this morning
and held to bail in the sum of $500, to
answer the charge of assault and battery
upon the person of Mr. Samuel P. Ghol
son, Storekeeper of the bonded warehouse
in Broad street. Plaintiff charges that
defendant knocked him down and kicked
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him, and but for the interference of friends
would probably have taken his life. Tho
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quarrel is one oi pouucai origin.
Steamships Baltic and Glasgow sailed
from this port to-day the former for
Liverpool, and the latter for Glasgow.-
The Baltic has ninety-six passengers; and
me uiasgow sixiy-nve. Among me ior-
. n6 . .u tt o a
merisDr. Kane, late of the L.S.Arctic
There are many here who regret that
Tie if,. l , i v,; :Lrr no
Dr. Kane did not delay his journey, so as
tA rvn -no-itr.fseri m Ka c K - DnoAlntft ns.svt
nearly ready to sail for England, under
command of Lieut Hartstein. There
iimi in w ,ri, nnan a nai'iinnr rir.inriiiT r iii
ill 1 - , ; .
his going to England in that vessel, which
would have made an agreeable impres-.
The Siaten Island people are making a
political question of the removal of the
Quarantine. They held a meeting last
evening at Castleton, and nominated an ;
Assembly ticket, pledged to support the
It is estimated that no fewer than 2o,-'
000 persons visited the Crystal Palace,
yesterday. The cash receipts exceeded ,
$2000, of which about $500 was paid by
various public schools.
A rino livA Afl L rlinMpr Khin rnllon IhA
i-viHi tiui iuvu vy va j't.. M.nuyt il I
The clipper ship Great Republic hav-
ing finished her repairs on the Dry Dock
is loading for Liverpool She has a large
quantity of goods engaged. I
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Mr. Josiah D. Bangs, one of the edi-
tors of the Sunday Courier, and for mnnv
years one of the cleverest descriptive
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writers connected with the New lork
press, died very suddenly on Saturday
night, in the 45th year of his age. j
passengers by the George Lw from
uiuornia, represem every. ning going on
there now, all right, and without any ap-
prehension of a revival of the Vigilance '
Committee. Trade was improving, and
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emigration from aU quarters increasing.
Case of a Dear 91 uie.
Adelia Perry, daughter of Jas. Perry,
of Aldeen, in this county, is a sprightly
girl, twelve years of age. When about
12 months old she was observed to be deaf
and dumb; but whether she was born in
that condition, or lost the power of speech
, . i . ...
by some external injury prior to that pe-
nod of her life, could not be ascertained,
But it is a fact attested by her family, that
she was a deaf mute from the time she
was a year old up to die time she was
operated on by Dr. Turnbull, of Buffalo,
some two weeks ago. She can now hear
without much difficulty, and speaks words
and sentences so as to be easily under-
stood. In fact, her articulation, now clear i
and distinct, to an extraordinary degree, '
is rapidly improving, and there seems to
be no reason to doubt that she will be
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horoughly cured at an early day. The
child, a very bright one, with a quick, ap-
nrebensivn mind, is' in er-umrB. m ibo ro.
lief she ha, obtained, and expresses her
satisfaction and gratitude in a very lively
and pleasing manner. Buffalo Commer.
. . the State, by small majorities.
" Uncowah,' 1100 tons burthen, will be
launehed from W. H. Webb's yard on I Cincikkati, O. Oct. 20. The Repub
Thursday the 14th. She has been built J"J;t CBr"ed & Stat by a large
by Wakeman, Dimon &. Co., and will be , """J0"'
,i,. j , tm t-v.., t- I Collision on the Ureat Western
EvANsritLE, Ind. Oct. 13. Ureal ex
citement exists here and throiiirliiiiit ilm
State, in amicination of th ela tion to-
! morrow and bets to an incredible amount
' hnv6 bcen wapre1 uPn ,ne result. This
howPVr' 9 verV as the entire
opposition have combined under the head
I r . a ... ...
At present the latter feel sanguino of
electing Wiliard, Governor, by seven
thousand majority, while the Republicans
are equally sure of electing Morton by
Sinco the above was put in type, we
hear it reported, that the Democrats have
carried the Slate by a large majority.
Savannah, Go., Oct. 13. At ih
muncipul election to-day, the whole Dem
ocratic ticket was rimed by a handsome
majority, i wo inousauu anu seveiuy-iour
I votes were polled.
Our rptnrna from Florida now foot un
twenty counties, but in many instances sharp nxe, which was found by the lied
they only show partial results. As near ido. Nothing was seen of Locke after
! as can be ascertained from these, Perry
i Dim. i for Governor is a 1 mi it one lam-
dred and fifty ahead. Several strong
to be heard from, including Dade
iEIIII IUII VWWillltC, IIVtVl J
American counties, however
to be he
We have full return from Columbia,
Nassau, St. John's, Putnam, Duval and
Jackson counties give Walker, the Ameri
can candidate for Governor, 1479, and
Perry, Democrat, 903. Alachua and
Marian have gone Democratic, while
Cambria, Hamilton, Holmes, Madison,
Santa Rosa and Walter give American
Cclcmbia, S. C., Oct. 13. It is re
ported here that the Governors of the fif
teen Southern States are to meet to-mor
iwiv, m jiaiciii, xs. iu lunaiuci WUUI
! steps it may be necessary to adopt in case
row, at Raleigh, N. C, to consider what
of the election of Fremont to the Presi-
WtsToif, Mo., Oct. 13. Our town is
in excitement, caused by recent outrages
committed here by a party of ruffians as
follows : Messrs. Berry &. Walker, Imv-
ing sold some Flour to citizens ot Kansas,
a mn t ir nf Tii trilcir 1) u fTin na milot Stfinnf-
-f,v -- . , e
fellow, came from Platte city here, and
orrostcd B denouncing him as an
Abolitionist Our citizens assembled jn
'force, and after denouncing Stringlellow,
"nd ordering him to leave the country in
fi yp hm X
Leavenworth, K. T. Oci, 20. Every
thine is ntiipt here at nrpspnt. and will no
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uouoi remain so 1111 arter tne rresiaennai
election. Uen. Whitfield is elected as
Delegate to Congress, without opposition.
Remonstrances are being extensively
signed, protesting against the right of the
Legislature to order said election.
Danvers, Me., Oct. 9. The very ex
tensive proeramine. for the reception of
Geo. Peabody, Esq., the London banker,
to this, his native town was fully carried
out' The Focession embraced a military
, fire department, several bands of i
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and a great turniAit of the citizens. ,
Hon. Edward Everett mado the principal
"peech at the dinner table
Philadelphia, Pa: Oct. 15. The
Democrats have carried this city, by
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train from the
bridge to Windsor, on the Great Western
Railroad, came in collision with the cattle
011 Thursday, Oct. 13. Several cars
of the cattle train were thrown down an
t, and many catde killed. I
The mail a
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wer unve" urouf.n ,ae
passengers cars, but no lives were lost.
iYirin? tin. raiifuainn the nail and Inrrcrnnro I
cars tookfire and were entirely destroyed, I
together with the mails and all the baggage!
pre;Vagent Whlaton and UeDrT.T'T
Agent of the Canadian mails, were badly,
Tne English and American mails,
twenty-six bags, were entirely consumed.
with all the passengers baggage, two tons
- MnrMa car an(1
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the mail and barrage cars. The losn is
estimated at $20,000-
A False Fair One.
The New York papers state that the
little citv of Hoboken has been the scene
of considerable excitement for the last few
aYs m consequence of the audden disap-
Pfnc f a young couple of high atan-
ding and wealth. The gentleman is a
he 7 proJuce dealer m &w York.. Xhe
cause of the flight is supposed to b the
unexpected return from Australia of a
1 suitor of the young lady, to whom
rfie.ha(1 P1" '.!
and now came te claim his lady fair,
Xhe fate8, however, were against him;
another had usurped his place in her af-
fections, and probably suggested a hasty
marr'age as he st way to settle the
Ikstisct.-A pair of express horses used
in draw ing freight from the railroad depots
rttnt ( CS
of Buffalo. Every body thought they
wouu bin themselves, vet such iethe force
of instinct, that the terrified horses, spirited J
as thev were, actually halted when thev '
if'i York and j
9p ,7? wordTom i
mnv Knm.'nVw.f.L ihn ,h. .!. ,J ih !
r ,,lched the currtcn.
Dhocktnt; Murder or Wife nuil
The St. Albans ( Vt.) Messenger, re
cords a moot brutal murder committed in
Bukersfield, Vt., on Saturday night, by a
man named Locke. A sixtcr of his wife
nwoko about n o'clock, and saw Locke
',. i- , ,u i i t i
, standing by tho bedside, who, so soon as
he found that he was discovered, said,
"Jane, I have done enough to be hung
for it," and immediately seizing her,
choked her in a most violent manner, but
released her before she was quite suf lo
cated. Locko then left the house, and the
girl rising found her mother, who slept in
a Wd but a few feet from her own, dead.
She roused tho neighlior, and, on exami
nation, seventeen large wounds were
, found aliout the head, neck and shoulders,
any of which, it is thought, would produce
' UCuU- wounds were made by a
lHcft the house, but the next morning he
, was found m ,ho bam' ,mv,,1ff ,IU" hin'-
w " a 10S t'ui. trouble ot any
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kind was known to have existed between
the parties; but Locke was seen to have a
ug of liquor that night, and it is supposed
that he drank till all self commund and
jreason were gone.
Yankee lugr unity.
We learn from the Cork Examiner of
the 18th ult., that an American whale
ship called the W. F. Saflbrd, 172 tons,
belonging to New York, arrived at
Queentown from Nova-Zembla. On her
voyage, which was merely an experimental
1 , i , , , ,
j tr P.( . bUo cnl),l,red thr4iB oni
'y 'gi ions oi on nave been
A new system has been introduced, by
which it would seem this valuable animal
is more surely, safely, and speedily des
troyed man tiy tnc oia means, and
credit of introducing the present mode
Deiongs to tne captain ot the W. F. Saf-
for(i Tnstond of V.oino- Lm110,i
'ora' ,nMena ot being harpooned as
tormnly ,a course that was both dangerous
o life and uncertain in the result, the tis.li
I n"w hot; and after the ball enters the
Hesn u plM ' 'he body, on much the
sanie prillPipl Uie shell. The effect
I nf lk nwt I ! - . I
of the exnlosion is cenernllv in sKntiur
that portion of the flesh where it has
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entered, and it seldom fails to reach a vital
Captain Hoys, the mnjter of the
whaler, is at present in Uirminirham.
. where he is having some guns of a peculiar
' construction made, which he expects will
ha hiVhlv fr,.rtiv in tb rnm,.. r .b
. fish. It is die intention of Cant. Rovs
to apply for patents for invention to the
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English and American Governments.
JV. Y. Mirror.
Mr. John Wil son, of Miller Co., Mo., '
wI)0 died on 29th of August, in the
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88th year of his age, was buried, by his
own express desire, in the following man-'
iic. iiu'iiii'i m Muiuru lur ins irifiius
with plenty of liquor, after which ft physi-
cian removed the entrails of the corpse,
which was then filled with salt and placed
in a coffin. Tho funeral cortege then pro-
ceeded to a rocky blnfT, and the cofT.n was 1
nlncprl in n nntiirnl urnvminn nKnn inn
v.. .k:-... :.i. v '
ffi J :i i . i i '
i ue cerviuuiiy w utRnwu us navmg ueen
very solemn and imposing. Mr. W. had
been an old hunter and pioneer.
PuLIC LAUDS VKDER THE GRADUA
TION Act or 4th Auoust, 1954. Under
this law the Department hns decided that
his entry is valid, but that of a purchaser,
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whose entry is invalid, by reason of his
minority at the time, but who afterwards
reaches his majority, and has identified ,
mem anu cuuivauon, uib lanu may lie
secured to him by producing proof of such
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actual setUement and cultivation.
By a recent decision this principle ia
extended to females upon attaining their
majority, even though married, provided
they identify themselves with the land p
by actual settement and cultivation.
Smothebed to Death. A boy about
eleven years of age was killed at Mont
gomery on Tuesday last, being buried
with grain in the railroad freight house
at that place. It appears that he, with
several other boys, where in the habit of
frequenting the bins and other compart
ments of the buildings, and in this instance
the grain being let down suddenly
from above, he was submerged and suffo
cated before the place of his concealment
It is stated that in cutting through Oli
ver street, New York, for the purpose of
extending the Bowery, a tombstone was
exhumed, and a perfect skull found be
neath it. The inscription was in Hebrew
characters, and after being submitted to
the inspection of many learned citizens of
ba Ip.olItUb ,T.,a U ..... .1,..;.. I
ed to fconr .Grenada,- while
dal M lhre hnJred
and hinetv-nine vears. which was teforc
the discW.ry of Americ by Columbia I
Vfsfiim, It linn been usual for thfc Execu
tive of tha several States and Tcrrltortu to
t apart on Uy fr tlia rrturnmr at tlmitk
to ttis Allwiiie liinpoior nf hmnnii fvrnln, for
tho tnnnifold Momliiffi, whldi, In His crrlon
provlilmre, II lias lirrn pli-nurd tn rotifer
upon im, both a liatinn and an Imlivliloiiln ;
and wlirrraa, Tim propU of Nfbranlia have
a lunula lit n-anoii to he (irntrfiil fur 111 ran
tlnurd hoallh, prace and provprrilr with
wliirti thry have been blemil during tba past
I, Mask W. Ixakp. (Jovcrnor of ib Terri
tory of Nrhrmka, do liprnhyart apart 'I'll v -pav,
the 20th day of Novrniher. ltCMl, as a
day of (fonrrfll thatilinicMnr;, and rrroinmcnd
that on that day all dinoiii(iiatlniii of Clirlat
Intin throughout thn Territory do anKPinblo at
llirtr reapectlve plnrra of woralilp, and that
the rltlxpiia penrrally unit r with them in re.
turning rratefnl arknowlrdcmrnta to Hint Al
mighty llelntf who hrtlli hillitrto no aii;nnlly
blmncd our infant community, and that ferrnt
Iirnyfra br olfored np for a continuance nf Hi
lIiii! (tunr.li.niHliip and prolertion, ninl tint th
civil lrifi that now arcma to ihrcaifi the
stability of our glnrioua t'nion may be epeed
ily allnyed, and pence and itood Will be re
atored to our beloved confederacy.
In testimony whereof, I hnve' hereunto net
mv hand and cmned the pre.it nenl of the
Terrltorr to be affived, at Omaha cltv, thla,
20 day of Oc'ober. A. I)., ISSit.
MAHK V. 1ZAKI), Oovcrnor.
T. B. Ccmino, Secretary.
tV" All p.ipera in the Territory pleaae ropy.
firorge JnuilngH, Proprietor.
THIS limine ta altunted In the pleaaatilest
part of llellevue, in a beautiful and lie.ilthy
location and rominands a view of rounlry,
which for beauty cannot be excelled In thla
Territory. It la fitted up In tlie bent manner,
and no pnina will be spared to make all who
may favor him with their jmiionagc, feel at
Will alwavs be RTipplicd with oil the delicacies
the market affords.
Attached to tliia Hotel is an excellent
which we eliall alwavs have attended by com
petent and faithful Ottlere.
Itellcvue, Ort. 23, ISj3. 1-tf
i WrANTF.niMMPDIATFI.y, hr the sub-
SONS, to whom GOOD WAGKS, and CON-
niANi f.inpioymcut, will be given
Bellevue, Oct. 2.1, 1R.1C 1-tf
FOXTCXELLE BAXK OF RELLEVI E.
IS firepnreiif1 to transact the general business
of llanUlne. will receive deposits. Diaenniit
l"rt liaper, buy Bills of Kxehmure. on all
of ,ha. c''trv, and sell on St. Louis,
C'ln.ngo and New Yorkt make rollertiona In
the vkinltr' and remit for the tame at Current
rates of Exctiange.
InttreHt allowed on speelal Deposits.
JUII.-M WI-.s.KK, I'resident.
Tuos. H. Bcnton, V. Pree.
John J. Towk, Caaliier. 1-tf
Banking Hours Ironi tt to 12, A. M., and
i in a, i m.
W. H. Cook,
GENERAL LAND AGENT, Bellevue Citv,
II. T. Clarke,
T70RWARTING & COMMISSION
X' CHANT, Kellevue, Nebraska.
, In PINE LL'MBEH, SHINGLES, LATH, &.c.
Itr.rtak ncks ! Gold tt Brother and hdward
1 Hempstead, Water street, Chicago j j. v.
"""kins, Milwaukie, Wis. j II. M. Norton,
Pres. Racine co. Bank, Kacine, Wis. t C.
uarrett, Klver street, Cleveland. 1 1. 1 t'r.loa
Hrother, Cincinnati. O. Tibbie t ;. v,
Krie-, Pa.; C. B. Wright &. Co. Bankers, Frie
Pa.; C. B. Wright, Banker, Philadelphia, Pa.;
WHli?,'1 wr",.twtlt N "v '; K
Ball. Trov, N. Y. ; Mr. llnrigerford. President
ftj"' Sli'n' K ' ""iS
A VAI.TJAIir.K cr.AIM
A ' Vs
n, untenlffri oflert for aale hit claim of
Ibo acres, situated four miles West of Bellevue,
in Townsliip I'A, Haime 13.
'Itita claim ia .well situated, has several
FINK SPRINGS, a
Never Failing Stream of Water,
! About EIGHT ACBE9 OF FIXE TIMBER,
Four acres of land broke, and a good LOG
D. A. LOGAN.
Bellevue, Oct. 23, 1M. 1-tf
O II, E
8EATlVX & BOWLES
II AYING ir moved Into our larre new store.
0" Main street, w e are now enabled to offer to
the CiUiens of DouirUs countv. on of Uie
Lar:et, Cheapest and tt elected stock of
Uoods, ever opened in this city, consisting in
Hats & Caps,
Thankful for lha liberal patronage herrt
fore extended to us, we earnestly solicit its
continuaoca, feeling confident that the qtifchty
andpric of our goods, cannot fait to please.
RKATON fc UOWLES.
Bellevue, Oct. 23, lS.Vi. 1-tf
To all whom it may Concern.
I HAVE In atora ONE BOX and ONE
BARRt-'I., ef Household roods, marked "O.
W. THOMAS. Omaha. Nebraska, car of
Toot! t Jackson." 'lite roods were left wi'li
m on th last down trip of Uie Steamer A. C.
Uodden. -Tti owner will plras call, piy
cuargrs Boa reenvs we poons.
II. T. CLARKE,
Forwarding and Commission Merchant.
ISe'.levuf, Oct. 23, 185o. 1-tf
Ho! For Frosh Water.
T'tE unuerirne4 rpctfnlly informs th
xtrhfWortest notice, and on th most r(.
T-Het. M, i-u,,V ' Ui0h.'
Itl.I I, LU C ADVEUTISrjIEMS.
STORE IN BELLEVUE.
W'K would respectfully Invito the cllbena
of llellevue, and Douclaa Co., to examine our
.i rife ninl well gulrclcd aaaorlment of
DIIV t;()()I)S, (UtOCKItllOS,
HATS & CAPS, POORS,
And In fact every vanely ictuilly called for In
the West. We are roiiudeut that any one
wl-diin to rnrrhnae ffoodi will be entlroly
anliHtied, ami tind It will be to their liferent to
rail and examine o ir large and well eejected
nmorlinniil of (foo li.
S ARPY & KINNEY.
llellevue, Oct. 21, I Till. 1-1 f
TIIF. Subscriber Ins nn hand a fine lot of
r.XIUA FAMILY FLOt'R, from Waverly
Mill. Mo. II. T. CLARKE.
rorwarilinff k. Commission Merchant.
llellevue, Oct. W, lS.'ill. t -tf
OP II. VALE.
Tllli Subscriber h ivIuk j tst opened at his.
slore in Heilrvue, a fresh supply of gooils, of
everv descrip'.lon, wu ild call ttm attention of
pure)nser, to the faet, tint he Ins the largest
nml best selected a'oek of (ioods, to be f ) iuU
in Nebraska, and Hint they will find him sup
plied 'it all times, with
Ml I.T.I NARY 4: DRY GOODS.
. rowDrn, SHOT,
LKAI). II A It DWARE,
BOOT, MIDKS.ke., itc.
All of which his been selected by hlrmelf from
the besl estahlishmenta in the couiitry, and
which he will sell lower for rnnli, than the
mine quality of poods r.nn be purchased at, In
anv s're In this section of count rv.
II" bis also, a lares and well selected stork
Of every description, bes: qualiiy and finish,
and Inferior to none in NVbiaiika.
Thankful for past favors, he aol'idti a con-
! . 1 1 ' . .. I I. .1 .
tinnanre of public patronage, mid hope that
nnrcn.'iser will call aud
before biiylnc elsewhere.
nrch.iser will call and examine bis roods,
It. V ALL..
llellevue, Oct. 23, 1S.W. 1-tf
HOUSE CARPENTERS AND
VK would rcspertf'illy tnlorm uio inhabl
tnnti of llellevue and vicinity that wa art
prepared to HRttCT and FINISH
Buildings of all Descriptions,
On the shurtrnt notice, nml in the most work
menlike nianner. Havlnnbeen engagod In the
business severHl years, we feel confident In
t.atinff, that all who favor us with their cus
tom, will bo pleased with our work.
Bellevue, Oct 23, lS3i. 1-tf
f PTIE Proprietor of the above fia.
X loon, takes :reat piensure ins
announcing to the public, that he 'i
now prepared to serve at all hours, and in lit
WARM OR COLD ME ALS,
nve-rrou i i' t- t vt iMnri .-Tif
SARDINES, I'IGS KEET,
BOILED KCC.H AND GAME IN SEASON.
Together wi'h eeiv thing that i usually
found in a FIRST CLASS
Hiving had ronsldi-rable experience In ca-
teriiiK for the public taste, he is sure thit all
who favor hira with n call, will be svisfid.
Bellevue, Oct. 23, 1WH l-tf
f IIIE Undersigned beg leav to inform ?-
X. the Inhabitants of Do islas co iutv.tl J
that they nr prepared, to do all work in
their line of business, in the beat id inner id
on the most liberal terms, at their shop lu
Havinc had several years experienc
at HORSE-SHOrtVO, ! soois of the best
shops in Eastern Ciiiea, thev wilt b able to
pive entire satisfaction, to all who favor the in
with their patronage, in this lii,
KHAW ii ICETOX.
Believi-e, Oct. 13, l.Vi. l-6m
I CAME TO STAY.
Tub underpinned wo ild respectfully t
nounce to the ci'.iieus of Bcllevae and vicinity,
that he is prepared to do
HOUSR. SION AND
OR AININfJ, MARBLEING, tc., iu suits
Eecii(d in the neatest style,
QV" I'aints mixed to order, and for
ct.U, 1 J. T. WHITE
NEW ARRIVALS AT THE
THE Siibcnb-r respeetfuilv invites th .
tentiun of p irrlnsert, tohia large and splendid
'ick or iiKxi", conajsiing or
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
H AUD WARE, II ATS,
PATENT MEDICINES, te.., tc'.,
All of which he warrants of the best descrip
tion, and boight expresnlv for tbi market.
II ha also a well (elected stock of
11F. IW-M fv
M'deaferthe I.TET KAsit.U W ... ....
BEST M VrEKIALS, and bv EXPERI
ENCED WORKMEN, all of wliLU be
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Bellevue, Oct. 23, 11. 1-tf
Tootle & Jackson,
I FORWARDING t COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, Conncil BlutT clfy, Ijw.
iiatiug uirge and i ommotii Warehouse
on the Leve at the Council Blulla landing,
ar now prepared to receive and store, all
kind f t merchandise ami produce, w-ill rocelv
and pay charge on fill kind of freigtb o
tl.at Steam Loats will not be detaiued they
hav been heretofore, lu getting some om to
t eiv freight, when tlie consipnee are absent. .
Ksriar.xccat l.ivermoore Ac Cooler, ft. C.
Davu t Co. and Humphrey. P itt t Torr,
Iuia, .Mo. Too Uk EdirUi.-h, St. Joseph,
Mo. t J. ti. CheneworUl t Ca, Cincinnati Ohio,
W. F. Co-ilbmigh, B irlinrm, Iowa, .(
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