Bellevue gazette. (Bellevue City, N.T. [i.e. Neb.]) 1856-1858, November 27, 1856, Image 1
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Strickland, A TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Uellevue, N. T. 1-tf C. T. Holloway, A TTORXEY AND COUNSELLOR AT 2Y LAW, JJellevue, N. T. 1-tf VT. II. Cook, ENERAL LAND AND REAL ESTATE VJT AGENT, Bellevue City, Nebraska. 1-tf B. P. Rankin, A TTORNEY AND COUNSXLLOR AT IX. LAW, La PI itte, N. T. 1-tf J. Sccloy, A TTORXEY AXD COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Omaha, N. T. 1-tf John W. Pattison, ATOTARY PUBLIC AND REAL EST ATI l AGENT, Fontenclle, N. T. 1-tf James S. Izard & Co. T AND AGENTS, Omaha, Douglas County J-J Nebraska Territory. 1-tf Dra. Malcomb & Peek, V MA II A CITY. Office on Harney street V7 opposite the Post Office, Particular at tention given to Surgery, 1-tf P. E. Shannon, TEAL ESTATE AGENCY, Cerro Gordo X i Post Office, St. Mary, Mills Co., Iowa. 2 P. E. Shannon, COMMISSION & FORW ARDINO MKR CHANT, St. Mary's Landing Mills Co. Iowa. 2-tf Peter A. Sarpy, TOR WARDING k. COMMISSION Mil It 1. CHANT, Belbvue, N. T., Wholesale Dealer iu Indiait Goods, Horsos, Mules, and Cattle. 1-tf D. J. Sullivan, M. D., OHYSICIAX and SURGEON. Office L H-ad of Broadway, Council Bluffs, Iowa nov. 13 1-tf. D. II. Solomon, A TTORNEY and COUNSELLOR AT Ix. LAW, Glenwood, Mills Co., Iowa, iirac tices in all the Courts of western Iowa and Nebraska, and the Supreme Court of Iowa Land Agency not In the Programme, no 4-tf (r.O. bSVPES. JOHN It. SHERMAN. Snyder & Sherman, ATTORNEYS and COUNSELLORS AT EAW, and NOTARIES PUBLIC, Coun cil Blulla, Iowa, vvjll practice their profession in all the Court of Iowa and Nebraska. All collections entrusted to their cars, at tended to promptly. . Especial attention given to buying and sell ing real estate, and making pre-emption in Nebraska. ' 1ds, Mortals, and other Instruments of writing drawii with dispatch j acknowledg ments taken, &.c, &.c. CV Office west side of Madison street, just above Broadway, noy 1:1 i .tf. RKLLEVUE,. RU.LUn: AMCKTISKllKYrs. STORE IN BELLEVUE. YVT. would ii'sinetfullv invite the cili.i'tis of Jielli'vne, and Donirbis Co.. to '.i mine our l;ire and well seh'i'leil il-ii i im-iif of D11V (iOODS, (inoCF.HIF.S. CHOCKF.RY, II ARDWAKF, ROOTS. ' SHOKS. URl'CS. Ml'DiCINF.S, H ATS . CAPS, DOORS, SASH, A.C., kf.. And in fact rvery variety nsn.illv rnllcl for In the West. We are confident that any one wisliiiii; to purrliMse i;onds will bo entirely itMlie 1. find lii.d M will lit' to their interest to call and examine our lare and well selected assortment of good. SARPY k KINNKY. Rellevue, Oct. 23, 1WC.. 1-tf SPLENDID GOODS, AT THE VARIETY STORE OF II. VALE. THE Subscriber having just opened at his store in Rellevue, a fresh supply of goods, of every description, would call the attention of purchasers, to the J act. Hint he lias t lie largest and best selected stock of Goods, to be found in Nebraska, and that they will find him sup plied at all times, with SILKS, SATl.NS, MITXINAIIY & DUV OOUUS, GROCERIES, EKJl'ORS, I'OWDKK, SHOT, lead; hauihvakk, ROOTS, SllOES,&e.,&c. All of which has been selected by himself from the best establishments in the country, and which he will sell lowor for cash, than the same quality of goods can be purchased at, in any store in this section of country. He has also, a large and well selected stock of READY-MADE Of every description, best quality and finish. and inferior to none in Nebraska. Thankful for past favors, he solicits a con tinuance of public patronage, and hopes that purchasers will call and examine his goods, before buying elsewhere. H. VALE. Bellevue, Oct. 23, 18:ll. 1-tf NEW ARRIVALS AT THE cm: ii THE Subscriber respectfully invites the at tention of purchasers, to his large and splendid stork ot Goods, consisting ot DKY GOODS, G l Kit I I.S, HARDWARE, HATS, HOOTS, CAPS. SHOES, TOBACCO, PATENT MEDICINES, Lc, &c, All of which he warrants of the best descrip tion, and bought expressly for this market. He has also a well selected stock of lKAIY-MAIi: CLOTHING, Made after the LATEST FASHIONS, of the BEST MATERIALS, and by EXPERI ENCED WORKMEN, all of which he sell CHEAP FOR CASH. JOHN CHASE. Bellevue, Oct. iD(. 1-tf BELLEVUE Boot c&3 Slioe STORE. T M. B AR PAY, would respectfully r O , liilorinllie imiauitaiils or JK'Uevuc vY and vicinity, that he has commenced' to Manufacture COOTS AND SHOES, Of all descriptions, from the finest finish to tha coarest make. Employing none but the best workman, he will be able to warrant all work done at his establishment. Ii V T'ie highest cash price paid, in trade, for all descriptions of HAW HIDES. Bcllevur, Oct. 3t, IP-Sri. 2-tf HOUSE CARPENTER AND JOINER. A X. BRIGGS, Takes this method of in il, forming his friends, and the public generally, thatlie is prepared to BUILD AND t l.Mbll, in tlic Peat Planner r Dwelling Houses Of every description of style and finish, on the most reasonable terms, thankful tor pa.t favors, he solicits a continuance of public patronage. Bellevue, Oct. 3, lS5ft. 2-tf STONE MASON AND Plasterer. fjpiIE Undersigned having commenced the X above business in Bellevue, is prepared to do all work in his line, at the shortest no tice, in the best manner, ami on the most rea sonable terms. WM. WILEY. :f Four or five good Plasterers, will find consent, employment, and l wiges, on Bp plication to t lie; aliove. Bellevue, Oct. 30, 1h.-mi. 2-tf I CAME TO STAY. The undersigned woild respectfully an nounce to the citizens of Bellevue and vicinity, that he is prepared to do 1IOUSK. SKJNT AXI ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, GRAINING, MARBLEI.NG, .c., in all its various branches. PAPER HANGING Executed in the neatest style. ryf Paints mixed tn order, and for ile. o, t. 1 1. I .1. T. WHITE.. to Literature, Agriculture, Mechanics, Education, Amusements and General Intolligccno. NUIWASKA, THURSDAY, NOVKMI5H11 27, ISM. lintJ.n ii: am i:k tisi:mkts. Charles E. Watson, CIVIl. ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR, J ilellevne Citv, N rtii'.i kn Territory, luo- fesse to be " po'led" iii Hie lay of the 1 ind in this itinitv. and olli-r lijs . n ,L"i to such us may need them, on reasonable terms. rf lie will ;iKo act as agent, fur the pur chase or sale or Real Estate, in the Territory, or Western Iowa. Information furniHlieil upon applicat ion. Ibcl.ii.iUoiis tiled and pie-cmp-tions obtained. 4-tf A. Schimonsky, TOPOGRAPHIC ENGINEER, Executes Topographic. Fancy and I'liin Drawing '1 of every style anil description. Fancy. Orna mruinl and Plain Painting executed to order. Office at the Ilellevne House, Rellevue, N. T. lit kkhkn; fs : P. A. Sarpy, St. .Mary, Iowa; Judge Gilmore, Rellevue. " 1-tf r6xTEM:iJ."irhk of m:lF.lui:. Iti'llei lie, Nt brailta. TS prepared totransat l the general business of Ranking, will reeei e deposits. Discount short paper, buy Hills of Exchange, on nil parts of the Country, and sell on St.. Louis, Chicago and New Yoikj make collections in the vicinity and remit lor (lie same at Current rates of Exchange. Interest allowed on special Deposits. JOHN W FARE, President. Thos. H. Bknton, V. Pres. John J. Town, Cashier. 1-tf Banking Hours From ! to 12, A. M., and 1 to :, P. M. II. T. Clnrkc, T70RWARD1NG fc COMMISSION MER Dealer X' CHANT. Helluvue, Nebraska. in PINK LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH.&r. ' R F. v F. ii E c r s : Gobi & Brother and Edward Hempstead. Water street, Chicairo; J. W. Haskins, Milwaukie, Wis.; R. M. Norton, Pres. Racine co. Bank, Uacine, Wis. i C. Barrett, River street, Cleveland, O. ; Fenlon & Brother, Cincinnati, O. i Tibbie k. Hays, Erie, Pa. j C. B. Wright & Co. Bankers, Erie Pa.; C. B. Wright, Banker, Philadelphia. Pa.t Darling, Albert sou k Rose, Front Nlreet, N. Y. ; W. J.Willis, Water street, N. Y. ; R. Ball. Trov, N. Y. ; Mr. Humrerford, President Bank of Westfield, Weslfield, N. Y. j Hon. S. Muiton, Nebraska City. 1-tf Boot Cfe5 SH-OO MANUFACTURER. A WRIGHT, would respectfully uX, inform the Geiillemen of Belle- vue ami vicinity, that he is prepared to manufacture, to order, every variety of BOOTS AND SnOES, Of the best finish and Latest Fashion. He ia also prepared to make up in the beat manner, hmhrnidcred and Woiked Nippers, wlllctl Ile will warrant to please all who favor hira with the custom. Bellevue, Oct. DO, lSoU. 2-tf HOUSE CARPENTERS AND Toirxr:E:iR.SL WE would respectfully inform the inhabi tants of Retlevup and vicinity that we are prepared to ERECT and FINISH Buildings of all Descriptions, On the shortest notice, and in the most work- menlike manner. Having been engaged in the business several years, wo fed confident in stating, that all who favor us with their cus tom, will he pleased with our work. WtSl K SI UKHS. Bellevue, Oct 21, 1-,li.-te ELACKSMITHING. riTHE Uuderslgned beg leave to inform ff L the Inhabitants of Douglas county, U J that they are piepared, to do all woik in ' v tneir line or Imsuies. in trie rtest manner, Bin' on the most liberal terms, at their shop in Hollevtie. f'i?" Haviiur had several years experience at'HORSE-SIIOEIXG, iu some of tiie best shops In Eastei a Cil ies, they will be able to give eul ue t. infraction, to all who favor them wiih their pdtrouage, in Ibis line. Ml AW At It I. i OX. Bellevue, Oct 21, ISMi. 1-itm 3E5 m DLi 31 33 V XJ 3E3 T IHIE Proprietor of the above Sa-'Jv loon, i.'ik' s tre." .iv,m in announcing to the public, that he is now prepared to serve at all hours, and iu the nest manner, WARM OR COLD MEALS. OYSTERS. COOKED IN EVERY STYLE SARDINES. PIGS FEET, PICKLED TONGUE, BOILED EGGS AND GAME IN SEASON, Together wi'b every thing that is usually found in a FIRST CLASS Refreshment Saloon. Having had considerable experience in en tering for the public table, he is sure tti.u all who favor Ii i lit with a call, will be saii-fied. CHARLES JOHNSOX. Bellevue, Oct. 23, 1N.V.-1-tf HOUSE CARPENTERSAND JOINKKS. f riHE undersigned takes pleasure in an L nouncing to the inhabitants of Bellevue and iciuiiv. that they are now prepared to BUILD AND FINISH, in the best manner, all styies of Dwelling Houses, Cottages, &c, &c, On the shortest notice, and in the most ap proved style of workmanship. They will be also happy to do any work in their line of business, uracil ttieir menus tniv sianu in need ot. MYERS Ai HILLY A Rl). , BMllevue, Oct. :), lSjii.2-lf Ho! For Fresh Water. THE undersigned respectfully informs the inhabitants at Bellevue Rid th siirroundirg country, that he is prepared n dig and finish, WELLS AND CISTERNS. At the shoi test notice, and on the most rea sonable terms. D. A. I.OG AN. lWb-vue. O-'. 21. 1".V.. 1 -tf POETRY. From the Troy Daily Times. I. at e i ii a rtl a ii a I o n . They may talk of love in a mansion. With cellars of good old wine Of luarb'e halls ami villa. , Where gold and jewels shine; They may talk of a sly flotation. By the light of n chandelier Of a rich and gouty papa. With an only daughter dear Your mansions ate much too lofty, They are large, and dreary, and cold ; Cupid (b lights in a co'tage, In warm, true hearts not gold. Your seats on a silken sofa By the side of a lovely one, May do well enough to talk of But silting on hoops ain't fun. Your rich and high-born ladies Will spend a fortune each year, Ami risk their husband's last dollar For a bonnet "a perfect dear." They may play the piano divinely, And with brainless coyeombs smirk. They may paint and caress a poodle . But they can't do a stitch of work. Oh, give me love in a cottage, Arranged with womanly taste, With one who ain't nearly fainting With corset and whalebone waist. Though she may not ape the graces, Or a borrowed complexion wear, She ran grace my humble cottage, And warble away dull care. Esq. MISCELLANEOUS. Farmer' Daughter. The fanners' danphterij are soon to lie the life as well as the pride of the country plorious race of women, which no other land can show. I seek not to flutter them, for before they can become this, they will have to make earnest tForts of one or two kinds. There are some who depreciate their condition, and pome who have a false pride in it, because they de mand more consideration than they merit. A want of intelligence upon nil subjects' of the day, and of n refined education, is no more excusable in a country than a town bred girl, in this ape of many books and newspapers. Many girls are discouraged because they cannot be sent away from home to boarding-schools ; but men of superior minds and knovvledpe of l!ie world would rather have for wives women well and properly educated at home. And this ed ucation can be had, wherever the desire is not wantiuo;. A taMe for reading dots wonders, and an earnest thirst after knowledge is almost certain to attain a sweet draught of the "Pierian spring." There is a farmer's daughter in this very room in which I am writing, a beautiful, refined, and intellectual woman, in whose rrirlhood books were not as plentiful as now, and who gained her fino education under difficulties which would have dis couraged any but one who had as true a love for study. The women in towns and cities are be coming so universally unhealthy, nnd so almost universally extravagant, foolish and fashionable, that null are almost in despair of obtaining wives who are not invalids, and providing them with what they demand after they have married them. Unless the young man has the fortune (good or bad) to be the inheritor of wealth, he must spend the bloom of bis youth in acquiring enough to "start upon,' as people ore expected to begin now-a days. Men, even in high places, would go to the country for their choice, if they met their eual refinement and intelli gence. Women aro preparing to take a noble stand in hi. dory, and they cannot do it in ignorance. Town girls have the advantage of more highly polished manners and greater ao complishments; but country girls have in finitely more to recommend thorn as rival; of their fuir city bisters. They have more truth, hiusehold knowledge ami economy, health (and consequently beau ty), simplicity, affection, and freshness of impulse and thought. When they have cultivated minds, there are more chances iu tle ir fuver fr c sense nod real uliility, lift aiiMj n much is nut ilenmndi'il liy tin- fi'ivuliiii-s of soiii'ty. The oililcil I aster uf foivirru iiciiiiuiili.sJiiiifiits cotilil easily In- cnuglit ly sucli u niiiiil l'nmi it very lit i It. cnulait with the world. I would nut spruit as though our I'm m- ors ilmioliti'rs wi'ft' drticii'iit in mlucn lion. AInnv hrilliunt Hchnlui'.s mid Inloiit- I'd wcnion limy lm found nnmiitr tliem in Now r.nglimd tliis u i'si'riully o hnl 1 would si'pk to nwukrii tlio nmlution uf nil to Imm'oiih' that iiditiircil und favored class which they oit;;lit lo In.', if thoy will hut unite refined culture with iheir nuwt excelleiil graces. A Pyect country home, with roses nnd honey-snrkles trained to rliinh over it; with piHsl tnste, intelligence, nnd henuiy within; toil enough to ensure henlth, nnd leisure enough to court ncftmintanee with hiKiks nnd (lowers, nnd the loveliness of nature, with jienre, plenty, nnd love, is surely one of the pnrndises which lfenven has left for the Attainment of man. Ohio Citltirutor. lll'.SJAMIN FlIANKl.lX IN IllsCilC. It is now about a century since llenjamin l'Ytinkliii,. Postmaster-! Jeneral of the American Colonies, by apKintiueiit of the Crown, set out in his old gig to make an ollicial inspection of tin- principal routes. It was about eighty yearn since he held the same oflice under the ati thority of Congress, when a small folio (now preserved iu the department at Washington), containing but three quired of paper, lasted as nn account book for two. These simplo farts bring up before us, more forcibly than an elaborate de scription, the vast increase in post office facilities within a hundred years; for if a postmaster-general were to undertake to pass over all the routes at present exist ing, it would require six years of inces sant railroad travel, at the rate of one hundred and twenty-fivo mileS daily while if we were to undertake the job iu an "old gig," we would require a life time for its performance. Instead of a small folio, with its three quires of paper, the post office accounts consume every two years, 3000 of the Inrgest sized ledgers, keeping no less than 100 clerks constantly employed in recording trans actions with 30,000 contractors and other persons. AniLtss Simplicity. One of the sweetest incidents we have noticed for many a day, is thus related: A lady lately visited New York city, and saw one day on the side-walk a ragged, cold, und hungry Utile girl, gazing wistfully ut tome (if the cakes in a shop window. She sb'pped, and taking the little one by the hand led her into the store. Though she was aware that bread mi'dit be better for the cold child than cake, yet desiring to gratify the shivering and forlorn one, she bought und gave her the cake she wanted. She then took her to another place, where she procured her U sJiawl, and other articles of comfort. The grate ful little creature looked the benevolent lady up full iu the face, und with artless simplicity, sail, "Are you God's wife?" Did the moat eloquent speaker ever .cm pl y words to better advantage J f liiltl r.ntcii by a Hear. Near Hoiky Point, in Greenbrier Co., Va., on Thursday week, at the residence of William T. Maun, George Fox, about 15 years old, whs instantly killed and partly eaten up by a large pet hear, lie longing to Mr. Mann. The circum stances are as follows : "This lioy haJ oo the day previous been out hunting and killed a ground hog, and in tarrying or skinning the same, got some bkxd on his clothes. lie, not having changed his clothes, went about the bear, as was usual for every one, when the liear laid hold of him around the body, and squeezed hint until bis ribs were broken, then knocked the boy down with his paw, and eat very m ar ull the flesh oil" his face and legs be fore he wiu dead. TLcre Wing no one almiit the house but a lady, shrt was una- 11" " relieve him. NO. 0. Actio or Srn o iiik Tr.fcTH. Tin: Chat lesion (S. C), Mcdicul Jour nal states that M. I.nrez, in the course of his investigations on the teeth, arrived at the following conclusions: "First - Refined sugar, from either cane or heels, is uituriotis to lienltliv teeth, either by immediate contact with these organs, or by the gas developed, owing to its stoppage in the stomach. "Sirimil If a txth is macerated in a saturated solution of sugar, it is so much nherefl in tlie chemical composition tliat it becomes gelatinous, and its enamel opaque, spongy and easily broken. "Third -This modification is due, not to free acid, but to a tendency of sugar to eomfiine with the calcareous basis of the tooth." The foregoing conclusions are correct, i i ,t Hint candies ami condiments should, he avoided. They should be kept from children especially. It is well known that maple sugar renders the teeth lender and sensitive. rScietitific American. Mduai.i roa the French. The Turk ish government is going to give medals to all the officers of Franco who served in the Crimea. This medal, a model of which has arrived in Paris, was engraved by an American, who is now government engraver at Constantinople. Old Press. A (iermau newspaper says that on the 2,'d of March lust, some well-diggers in Mayenco excavated a part of a printing press, Waring th letters J. (., figures 1131. The initials are sup posed to be those of Johannes Guttenberg;, while the figures indicate that the press must be at least 415 years old. A Good Deliver a nce. Madame Au gustino It , a pretty blonde of from 'JO to 125 years of age, embarked lately from Calais to Dover. Her invalid ap pearance excited the interest of the pas sengers, who felt great anxiety lest sea sickness should bring on a crisis which evidently could not long le deferred. She crossed the straits, however, safely, and upon lauding was placed in an arm chuir, and salts were held to her nose while an occasional groan went to the heart of all her traveling companions. On the wharf a custom-liouse officer ob served the disembarkation, and seemed to feel a warm interest in the pretty French woman. Ho approached and offered his assistance, informing her that he had some knowledge of medicino, and though the lady assured him that she felt much belter, and begged to be carried imme diately to a hotel, he protested that it could not be done without danger, and by his philanthropic authority she was taken to uu aptirUiient in the custom-house, and a midwife sent for. As the officer had foreseen, after begging to be released for a quarter of un hour, she was safely de livered of 2 pelerines, 15 scans, 17 pieces of lace, 12 pairs of silk stockings, 38 pieces of cotton, G reticules and 48 Lyons handkerchiefs. The mother and off spring ure doing well. Southeastern Gazette. We learn by the proceedings of the St. Louis Fair, that the Judges awarded two ! prize medals to our friends Messrs. See- ger & Schimonsky, for the best display of Topographic drawing. We congratulate them on their good fortune. IUro Alexander Humboldt. This eminent traveler and naturalist celebrated his eight y-iuuth birth day at Ik'lin on the 11th of September last. A California jury, in a suicide case lately, found the following verdict : "We, the jury, find that the deceased was a fool." Important Invention. -A new ma chine has been invented that will manu facture, out of cold lead, two hundred bul lets, of four different kinds, iu one minute. The rpire of St. Peter's Catholic Church in Philadelphia, is 233 feet high, and re presenW'sl us being the highest in th country.