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BELLE VUE GAZETTE
run i. im ii rn v
8. A. STRICKLAND & CO.,
DELLEVUE, N. T.
In n few days more, iho Legislature of
tho Territory will commence its esMon,
lieing the third oiuco the "NclirnsU Ai l"
Kv us nti embryo political existence.
Some of the members Iinvc served in our
former Legislative AssemMy, lmt most of
them ore new, nnd nil fresh from the
people, having been elected by their ev
eral ronstitneiH ics in November. From
thoo f them whom we know, we nugiir
the host result. We either misunder
stand their ehnraeter, or they will lie true
to their constituents true to the people
true to the Territory true ti themselves.
There is much f-r them to Jo. Our
laws ore in a rrtnle, disjointed Mate; nml
as the duration of tho session is limited
by tho Organic Act to forty days, it will
require all their wisdom, nil their pru
dence, and their most zealous nml un
tiring efforts to arrange a wholesome sys
tem of laws, consistent with, and ndemintc
to, tho ptddic wants, in so short a time.
Some clipping of our present stntutes is
needed, to abolish existing incongruities.
Somo new enactments must bo made to
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supply omissions, nnd to give elfect to
past enactments. Fast Legislation has
been much devoted to local matters.
What wo now need is a united, energetic,
straightforward effort nt perfecting our
general laws. Wo think that but verj
few more bridge charters, ferry charters,
bank charters ami city charters nro re
quired nt the present time; nnd we do
hopo that if uny more special privileges
nre. to bo granted, they will not all be
monopolized by members of tho Legisla
ture We have an old-fashioned notion
that, somehow or other, it don't look well
to see tho names of Legislators figuring
in special nets, passed by their own votes.
No doubt, Councilmen nnd Representa
tives are smart, active and energetic men,
and make good ferrymen, good bridge
builders, good bankers, &c, but then
other folks ought to have a chance, now
and then. We believe, however, that
the members of the Legislature soon to
assemble, will regard tho public interest
as of jwruiuoiint imjortnnee, and will
honestly represent the public will. As
we above suggested, the timo to which
they are restricted for the performance of
their public duties, is short too short, in
our opinion. Tho members of the Leg
islature come together from all parts of
the Territory, and in many instances are
total strangers to each other, and totally
unacquainted with the business of Legis
lation. They have first to learn each
other, and then to learn to act together
The first ten days are usually spent in
becoming acquainted with their duties
having but thirty days in which to fulfill
them. Business comes. Local questions
arise in different quarters, and are press
ed upon the Committees nnd the House
Petitions are presented, and remon
strances introduced. The matters must
be examined, digested and reported upon.
The thing must be done hurriedly, as the
time is short. Hut towards the close of
the brief session, the bills lots of them
get before the House some of them art
fully drawn by interested parties, and
some hurriedly drawn by the Committees
in tho discharge of their duties. These
must be acted upon and rejected or jess
ed. In the hurry nnd excitement of the
close of the session, tho attention is dis.
traded. Latent frauds and ambiguities
S3 our notice. Incongruities nre unob
served. Now is the time if you have a
hill containing a doubtful provision to get
it passed. Call it up and it will pass
tune chances to one. And this may be
charged in many instances to a short,
economical session. Forty days is too
short a time for the Legislature of Ne
Iraska to da all its duties carefully and
well ; and if not well done, it were better,
perhaps, they were not done at all.
We would wilfully urge the mem
bers of our Legislature not to leave mut
ters to the latter end of the session, no
farther than is absolutely necessary, and
especially as it regards matters of general
The King of Denmark has conferred
upon Lieut. M. F. Mi v, U. S. N.. the
Cross of a Knight of the Order of Dan-
ju&org, in recognition of his eminent ser-
.vice U. the cause of science. This mark
of favor t&3 leen declined, it ling Con-
.trry -to our Constitution to accept a tilto
from any foreign potentate.
Tn c tops of the Cukill Mountains were
hickly covered with snw on the 13th.
The l)rmo rnf lr I'mM t ul. ' T-legriliir uiitmii.iii iitiou
According to previous iimioimeemeiit, ' llli i:uric-.
the Democracy met nt Omaha City en We understand tbiit, in-day. ti Ii ''ra
the 10th inst. The day was nn inepii i mm I''1'1' counnunii ation, for liusiuesi purposes,
one, nud nltliougl. the traveling, ..win- to,1"1" l". WI,J'""J J'.1 'P't '
, ,11 i '' ration between tlu-i city and St. John s,
win recent mtow worm, was inn, men-
was a largo ond most respectable assem
blage, nud the uiiterrified were out in
their strength to congratulate, cadi other
and their brethren nbrond, that the great
Democratic party hail come out of this
last nnd hardly fought contest triumphant,
nnd inspired with new energy nnd self.
sacrificing patriotism. They met in the
Methodist Church in the morning, nt 1
o'clock, when speeches were made by His
Excellency, (Jov. Iahd, and Lieut. (Jov.
McComos, of Virginia, who elicited the
most rapturous npplause. They were
followed by several others, whose speech
es breathed n true devotion to the only
Nntionnl party now in existence, nod love
for tho Union, the whole Union. After
some three hours of the most enthusiastic
speaking, they adjourned to the Douglas
House nnd Hamilton Hull, where a re
pnst had been provided. The tallies of
ImiiIi the hosts, Messrs. Nm.sons and
Jrnsnji &. Hcrsiiam, were loaded with
delicacies, and would have done credit to
any F.astern city, convincing one at n
glanco that high living was appreciated,
even in Ncbraskn. After the inner man
was somewhat satisfied, several toasts
were offered nnd responded to in an np
. ..M......W. . . . . .1 ... f I
inoiu laie iiiiiuuer, nun wo can sale v sav
, , . . '
vn iiu.u uriri n iiiii'sseo mi occasicn (a
this kind where there was a better feel
ing or nn exhibition of more decided
In the evening the party again assem
bled in the spacious hull at the Hamilton
House, where there was n most brilliant
display of "beauty and chivalry," and we
could hardly believe, ns we looked upon
this throng, that wo were standing where,
but a few months since, there was scarce
ly n dwelling or any evidence of enter
prise or civilization. After "tipping the
light fantastic toe" until the small hours
of morning, they adjourned with genial
good feeling, better satisfied with them
selves and the world, nothing having oc
curred to disturb the pleasure of the occa
sion, which will bo. long remembered by
all present ns one of the most pleasant
that it has ever been their good fortune
fvjr Gen. J. 1J. Robertson, the Indian
Agent, arrived at our place on Monday of
this week. He has just returned from
the payment of the Omahas nnd Otoes,
where, wo understand, everything went
olT very much to the satisfaction of all
concerned. The remnant of these tribes
(once noble und powerful bunds), have
been placed comparatively in comfortublo
circumstances by tho steady, wise nnd
humane policy of Gen. Robertson, the
Government Agent, and, as we predicted,
he is just the man for the place, and no
better appointment could have been made.
He is active nnd ever nwake to those dei
ties of constant and continual care and
attention to those poor, wandering bipeds
which our government owe a fatherly and
protecting care, and it is this ktnd of
treatment they received at tho General's
hands, and we repeat, the policy tho
General has adopted, and so far executed,
is the identical one meant by the letter
and spirit of our Government to be par
sued ; and while it redounds in most
happy results to these poor Indians, this
policy is well calculated to preserve that
peaceful and favorable relation which
does nnd should exist between the In
dians nnd our settlers. Tho General
besides is a gentleman wo like to meet,
popular nnd winning in his manners,
agreeable and sociable in his intercourse
with his fellow-men, nnd is' lastly a "ood
sound, thorough-going National Demo
Caution to Western Travellers.
The Filtsburg Chronicle states there is
considerable business done in selling lo
gus railroad tickets and conductors checks
for tickets in many of the more prominent
cities of die West. Those wishing to
travel on railroads should never purchase
tickets of any persons who lawk them
about. Tho regular offices of the com
anies are the only safe places at which
genuine tickets can be obtained. There
should be some additional precaution adoji
led in tho maimer of protecting strangers
The Patent Oilice in Washing
recently received some elegant specimens
of "Malaga Grapes," from Culifomia.
They are large full, nnd luscious; the
fruits of the tine introduced into that
country a hundred years ago. It is the
opinion of those ciunluved in lhl mrri.'iil.
tural department of that oifice that our
country at large can be suppled with those
grapes from California, ut u cheaper rate
than those from Malaga or elsewhere not
of the United States ca.-j now U. furni.-lud.
Hie lias been built
by a company
if capitalists of this tit v.
principally, and is the American contribu
lion to the great transatlantic, enterprise,
which is destined, in a very short --pace of
time, to place the two comm-ivinl capitals
of the world in direct telegraphic commu
nication with each other, over the wires
of the ureal Transatlantic Telenrufiliie
Company. Tho distance from New York
to St. Johns, Newfoundland, following the
telegraph wires, is 1 ,710 miles. Along a
part of this distance, namely, from A-h-pe
Hay, N. S., to Cape Hay, N. 1, .-ny
eighty-five miles a superior I',nlih Mil -marine
cable 1ms been laid with the mod
uaueiing success, til the whole route,
SSO miles (from New Yolk to Noa Sco
tia) are under the control of the American
Telegraph Company, having their office
at No. '21 Wall street, in this city, and the
iialunce miles, including the subma
rine cable,) are under that of the New
foundland Company, of which Peter Cooper
Ls-i., of this city, is President, and a In nw
lockholiler. A large part of the line oil
this mute is new, nnd the remaining por
tion bus been recently overhauled and
thoroughly repaired, and the whole is
pronounced, by competent judges, to be
the most perfect and substantial line in the
With regard to the submarine extension
of this line from Newfoundland across'tho
Atlantic to Galway, in Ireland, a distance
of about 1,000 miles, we have some
reliable information. We learn that the
project is looked upon with great favor in
I'urope, both by capitalists and scientific
men. A company has been formed in
London, under the auspices of Cyrus W.
Field, F.sq., of New York, nnd Sir John
W. Hrctt, the distinguished F.nglish engi
neer, who has nlready crfmed an extended
reputation by hisVminently successful con
struction of several extensive submarine
telegraphs in I'urope, including the one
recently laid down across the Mediterra
nean. At the first meeting of thi.s company
held in London on the '.l of October,
over one-third of the capital required for
the completion of the transatlantic enter
prise was immediately taken up, and the
whole amount could have been disposed of
on the spot, bui for previous determination
of the projectors to apportion a share
of the stock amongst the commercial capi
tals of tho Continent. We understand
that one of the Rothschilds has intimated
n willingness to take tho whole of the
Continental apportionment, provided there
should bo found anj difficulty in dis
posing of it in the manner proposed. Hut
no such difficulty is apprehended by the
managers; on the contrary, their "chief
source of trouble would seem to be how to
dispose of their stock so ns to satisfy all
the numerous applicants for it.
At the meeting of the company alluded
to above, some discussion was had us to
the feasibility of the enterprise, so fur as
the successful laying of the cable and
working across the Atlantic was concerned.
On these points there seemed to be but
one opinion, nnd that was, that th project
would bo carried to a successful accom
plishment before tho close of the ensuing
Summer. The distinguished engineers,
Hrunnel nnd Stevenson, and others of
scarcely less note, have given opinions in
favor of the practicability of the enterprise
and, as a test of their confidence, oll'ered
to take a pecuniary interest in it.
On a view of the whole matter taking
into consideration the voluntary accorded
opinions in its favor, of the most distin
guished engineers and electricians of Fu
rope, together with the eagerness with
which a pecuniary interest in the enterprise
is sought by tho leading capitalists of Fu
rope, we may look upon direct telegraphic
communication between New Yolk, Lon
don nnd all the Continental, capitals of
Kurope as almost a fnik accompli, and we
congratulate our business community in
advance of the fact. N. Y. Times.
Mt'sanse of the tiov. of tt hana.
The Legislature of Arkansas met on
the 4th inst., and received the annual mes
sage of (Jov. Conway. It is devoted en
tirely to State affairs. The State finances
are in good condition. A balance of!
Sl'il.l'J), in gold and silver, remains in
the Treasury. The Governor reports the
State as rapidly growing in population
and wealth. In IS-5'J the assessment of
taxable property amounted to b 12,000,(10;
that of 1S.(J is $70,7.0M showin-' an
increase in four years of S-'27,So0,iGl or
nearly seventy percent., and he anticipates
l i ii .
u.ui, nuu jnuueuce, skin ana economy,
h 'he me the
'hie, to ,ay then, j
the Mate will lc abl
bonds given by her fall
in full, without oppressive taxation.
Kau a Affair
Marshal for Kansas
sas has reached that city,
:ed. A trreat ellort is '
ana been accepted. A trreat ellort is '
iiinkiieT to hnve Inn. r... n., ...... . . I : -.
v- f . i i
a ...... .-uj j'.mueu j ii spue
of (iovemor (hv, hut the lVesiden, I Tin: 1VmiLII of the I,:ir,un Cemm ;.
uv-ists that tieury Bhallln. sustained. The! '"'. at Nauvoo A. Cal,et, died at St
vacuncy has not been filled. - ! l"1 !:!; i-it., of an 'attack of
The dehate on the admission of Whit. : r"1'" ' . el's name has l i en
held, from Kansas, resulted in the ,fa- j ffillWlir t'I
-.Itoad,.,,,. YeS,S7-Naysl01. The ; nectio,, w ,1, his new sociahste e uu:
Americans voted aye and a nction t re- i a'"1 la' j h.-n .Mdijected to much cnti-'
consider was carried. I".'1" animadversion. The Cm-,-,
- - j ""', !lt Ni'v'- wa. founded upon the riiiie
Mb. t.8v, a ship LuikUr at Milan, he Mormon company of Jo,. So. ii,
Ohio, has procured the contract for I mid-1 l,uillii" occu'pi-d Ly tl- !-.-. ,'
ing the mx revenue cutters which govern
nient i nUmt tn place on the I.a!,es.
NEW 3 ITEMS.
of Fa-t T-'iei
I r Is e Jin,
pian i i'i u-i-
iV'l that tie le a! e
i.i ' outcry at t!i
',!'), M '(I
aid thai Thall.iT:'. the c !"! rated
plum-;, i married to a daughter of La
blache, the laiuoiis I ,-w.o.
I!i:njmin Asm i.v, who built the first
steamboat on the Connecticut rier, died
recently at Springfield, .Mas-.' a--. M.
A 'Fit r i: li i.i. was found a:'aiii-t ()r-on
i oii;rove, lot- pa -sing (vunli il.-it money,
nt the recent sitting of the Crawford Co. I
(Pa.)C t. !
W. W. Wutri iiiN, of the firm of Mc-j
Kay i'-c Wharton, wa drowned nt Haiti-
moro on Wednesday, by falling from a
I)v:r Hi m, Fsq., of .Ie!!'i (..on county,
Ala., has presented t. Oakland Coh'eire
the munificent miiii of fifty tho isnrid
('i x. Gi vox, one of the Ix roo.i of the
Hungarian war, and who subsequently
entered th" Turki.-h service, assuming
the name of Khuivhid Pacha, dud on the
12th tilt., at ( 'oii-!aniiiople.
Tin: P. ins Medical G'azitte states,
that of lhe;j,2!t.'i,2i2 young men examined
iti France for military service during
nineteen years, Pi, 007 were exempted on
account of defective sight.
Tin: Madison ((in.) Messenger states
that on the MUdi u!t., Mr. .William Pearee
was about to flog a negro, when the latter
split bis masters scull with an ax, killing
him instantly. The negro made hises'-ape"
W . F. Johnson, the owner of n lard
factory on the Lake shore nt Chicago, III.
has recovered S-iU'OO daina-'es from the
Illinois Central Railroad Company f jr '
culling through his. property.
I)c. F. K. Jami.s, who was si rving out
a term of six months' imprisonment in il.
jail of Rutherfordton, N. ('., for the kill
ing of A. J. Train, in lleiiderseiiville. a
LOW months ago: cemmil'ed siiiciil.. I
the 7th inst.
1)ami:i. S. (Jooi), who, on the Iflth of
January, IS.jll. was sentenced to f.mi-
! years imprisonment in the Lancaster Co.
inison, Ph., for an assault and Lattery
with intent to kill, was on Monday the
1st nit., pardon, d l.y Cov. Pollock.
Makti.n P. Ti iti:i:, will known in
the literary world, has given a gold medal
for the encouragement of I.iherian litera
ture, to he awarded to the author of the
host essay on " The Future of Liheria."
All competitors, must le citizens of Liheria.
Ir is estimated that the next years tax
hill for the city of New York will amount
to ten millions of dollars. One of the
charges; against the administration of John
IJuincy Adams was that the expenses of
the (Jovernineut amounted to thirteen mil.
j lions a year.
In Ci.r.AMNc, out an old well on a
ram ho, recently occupied Ly a Captain
Colehrooke, on the Calaveras road, Letwern
ine Calaveras niu! Stanislaus rivers, in
California, portions of the skeletons of 'J7
men. were i!i.-covered. The police wee
instituting an active search for the lat.j
occupant of the place.
Two School Leys, named Hogan and
White, aged respectively L'O nndlli years
got mto a dispute a few days ago, while
auenoing Mtiool in Simpson county, Ky
about a bet they had made in relation to
the Presidential f lection. Prom words
they came to Llmvs, resulting in JI.M.an
receiving a wound from an nx which
caused his death.
M. OriMiiv. of St. .L.lo. .,-::t.
Mentgomery county, X. V., has sold this
var. upwards f o0,0il0 pounds f honey
Himself and Son make the. production of
honey l,usme.-.s, and undoulite.lly a very
profitable one. The heney is d'e.
ly the Is-es in small, cheap hexes', k,
piss sides and ends, and sold in the s:1ni'e
I'V weight, including the weigh: of boxes.
A I.oM.uN paper gives u very ratify
ing account of the pro-ress ( :i,rislKU.i, v
....o ......n- ,,, -.eaianu. , t' ,n.rn
Ihut cannihal coiuitry was (jue.stioned Ly '
one ei ine mi ,ion:uii-:; as to Low far the ;
.-o.u ei uie ncripmres i-as l-lu!,en him of:
his unnatural passion fur human II.
The ('Li0f answered proudly'. You u-. 1
sioiury men have done me "much o,1( ;
.tn. it ..t I ... L' 1 1
i never eat my enemies on Sunday
i in: inon.ing of Saturday the (!ih
. i, . . " : -"- ni
"Il' u ""eineiuleus v osion tixiL nl-n o ;,
H. mill L '
at Acton .M,.sS., lK-!i wa, Mown to'
iiioms. i wo men at
i 1 1
.. .... 'i'
wo.rU iiisule of
iiis'aiitly killed. Th-
enrth.pcike, while others ran up stairs
IT" '' l'1"'-' ' f furniture had fallen
IIIT0 ''o' l'1"
'it .niou-,1 io i ... use ,,f , ... I.
me a j.
ef -M. fa! , i wimiI
(mi nit du:utim:mfms.
k i. i.i.Mr.
W II. MAM I lll'lll I.
GUN AND JEWELRY STORE.
KV.MP l'RODSH A M,
1". V 1.1". It in Clucks. Wntrli-'". .TrwHiv.
Mii-feil In-ei uini-iils, Ritli's, Shut (!ii:c.
,n -I P: -.tills.
I'll i v 1' ! nml i-iirlit il.i v cli'i'l. s nf lie-tv. (i
In -' ri ia il'.icliirips in the I'nicin; s'l'iiinlina!
ii li'l elli'T sprililT flm-k-t.
Sin:'!- aail iln ililc stmt (Iiins, from fn i' to
I il'-y tinl!.M I'iili s. of our own. inakr ; also.
Cistern inaVi-: Pistols of all klmU; pistol
ll.isk-:. -;lnit Ii.ii;. wa.Iilin-r anil w.ol rnltcrs;
common nml watir-prnof rapnj roll's enps,
aii'l ii iiiirrn is n'licr nrtirlrs unilalili' for tin-Wi-si
i i a I r iil-'. which iiritlior linn: nor spare
v. ill allow to nn mr r.'i t.
.,' All of the iiliove articles nolil on the
in-isi ve.'isiiailile term. lb-pairing ilone to
oni'-r at ulimt notice. no ll-tf.
(Im ii a Ci tv, .. T.
Munx. Al.K.x. Macon. II. (). Jom:
M icon, Brother & Co.
r AW AM) I.AM) AGENTS, Omaha Cilv
I i Nebraska Territory. no H-tf. '
ANCUt.WJ. rori-t t.ton. wii.mam n. hvkks.
Popplcton & Byers,
TTOUNCYS AT LAW. AND C.ENE
iV I5AI, LAND A(i K.NTe, Omaha ritv,
Neln i- Ua. lnnl Warrants bought nml sold,
l.oi.l I'.ntrreil on Time. Special attention
civen to the selection and entry of Lands for
Settler, nnd nil ofliers ilesirini; choice loca
tions. Land Claims. Town lots and nil kinds
of It'-nl Estate;, bnnsht and sold and invest
ments made for Distant Dealers.
A Competent Surveyor and Draughts
man always in readiness to survey lands, find
and select Lands and Town lots', and draft
City Plats t f
Bowcn & Strickland,
A TTOHNEYS AT LAW. Real Estate,
i City Ijits ami Claims bought and sold.
Purchasers will do well to call nt our oilice
and rx.nnine our list of Citv Lots, &c. before
ii'irrbasiii!: elsewhere. Oifice in Cook's new
Imildinir, corner of Fifth and Main streets.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
ON the corner of Nineteenth Avenue and
l'ir-t street, (occupied by Dr. Ilice.)
The above House will be sold low, if im
inediate application is made to Messrs Seatoa
So Ko.vh-s, M.ii'i street. no !'-tf.
ntAHLES D. JItEEN AND RICHARD
Kl M B A LL. I la vinir purchased this well known
and iiiiiiiilar S.iloon, in Omaha citv. would
respectfully inform the public, that tliey are
now prepared to furnish their customers, at
all hours, wiih HOT MEALS, OYSTERS,
SA it 1)1 M.S. PIGS FEET, PICKLED
'I'l l Y i ' ! ' I.' ' lir I 1 1 1
' w .a .i r j hiiu oTiier
i m:fh i:si iaii:xts,
Comprisinir all the Delicacies of the season.
Come ye that hunger and thirst Come to
the APEX and re shall be fdled.
" GREEN &. KIMBALL.
riMlV. UNDERSIGNED takes pleasure i
A. iinnounciui: to the inhabitants of lielle
vue and vicinity, that I have commenced the
above business in this city, and will be pleased
to serve tbeiii at all times with
of the best quality. Having had several
years experience in the business, 1 feel confi
dent in savin;; that all who will favor me with
a call, will be pleased with the cpiality of mv
meats, and become regular customers. I am
also making arrangements to sm.pK iny cus
tomers with the best pialily of Sausage"
5-,f WILLIAM ALLEN
NEW S TO If 13.
SEAT0N ci E0WLES.
Sellevuo, INT. "2?.
HAYING removed into our large new store
im Main street, we are now enabled to offer to'
on- i ,.i;nis ot uotigias county, one of the
Largest. Cheapest and best Sefort
Goods, ever opened in this city, consisting in
I'd 1 L
Hats & Caps,
-ii.,..,.,..,, ... Provisions, &c,
...... u, ml- unerai patronage bereto.
tiir. iivto...).! t ... ....
... so hi us, we earnestly solicit its
.... ,,,.,, a,., ,ee,mg confluent that the onality
ami pn- eof o.ir goods, cannot fail to pb-ase
t, '-i.-i om s nun i.i. s.
Ileilevue, Oct. 2.1, lM.'iti. 1-tf
. Jt'innngs, l'lopi ietoi.
in House H situated in the pleasantest
, '. I!"l";vie, in a beautiful and healthy
nation ,-llld nmnnanil. o ,l c . '
wbii-i, f,i,.... ; "in v Fvry,
-, -"not De excelled in this
ii ...ry. It is fitted up in the best manner,
;' ! av or h,, weh their patronage, feel at
u m HI3 TABLE.
d to this Hotel is an excellent
: ,. , STABLE,
liellevue, U,-t. S.i, lK.-H,l.tf
iano5 n iTi:i.
u-ii-v.o.Oct.as.K-.WM, M S,, VW-
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' ''Vvuisf' J'iti! 71l,'sW-t"f"Hlovi,e,
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AT GLEMYOOM, Iowa.
TOOTLE & GREENE
ahc now in ncrnr oi- a mi.sH serrtv nr
Which, when complete, will compose t),P
LARGEST and i,f T SELECTED STopl
IN MILLS COI NTY. CK
Ol NTOI 14 OP -KO I ltl s
Are bouir'it at the lowest terms for cash' ., i
consist of ' "
ci if ij rs,
NL'TS, fcCif if
Lidies and Onts, call and see them .,i
prne for yourselves. They )laVe ni"'b" !
summered and wintered in St. Lo,,j, i .
bought and shipped direct from'the Fn'.uil!
DIvl.ss (.OODn from a ten cent Lawn in .
Two Dollar Silk. Also, a few fine SI? j?
SHAWLS, 1IO.NN ETS and PARASOLS.
A line stock old and voiine, foiries a,,
'fast' men, call soon if you want a nTce 4t
vest or pants, on reasonable terms. '
HATS! HATS! I
New styles, cheap and durable.
ii titim Am:.
A very larsre assortment, consisting in part
of Smuhs Tools, Spades, Shovels, Forki
Rakes. Hoes, Hells, Mill, Crosscut, and Hand
Saws. Files, AuKers, Axes, Kroadnxes, Adze.
C lusels, &c, fee, to the end of the chapter.
in ii.im; irATi:mAi.s.
A larsre lot, consisting of Pine Doors. Sash
Shutter Jilinds, Paints. Oil., Nails, Lock,;
Latches, (dass, Putty, tc. '
!.l"rr?,"7', P'NteB,U. Tables, Chairs, Tin
Bales. C nbbonrs, Stands, &c.
p will (sell cheaper for cash than
any house in Western Iowa.
oK-tf; TOOTLE &. GREENE.
lll.i.U.N I I.. ST. MARYS
A X I) i; I. r v u c n
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STAGE LINE. ?--
HUFFMAN'S LINE will leave Gleuwood,
via St. Marys for Bellevue. on Mon-
iiay s, Heilnesday's and Saturday's, at 10
o clock. A. M., and will leave the Benton
House. liellevue, via. St. Marys for Glenwood,
on the same days at 1 o'clock", P. M.
This Line connects at St. Marys,' with the
C ouncil HlufTsand St. Joseph Stages, and at
Glenwood with the various lines from the Mis
sismppi to the Missouri Rivers.
Travelers on this Line will find every con
veniencc and accommodation," to make their
trips pleasant and speedy. Comfortable
Coaches, Careful Drivers and well-fed
JUST RECEIVED BY .
NUCKOLLS & CO..
A Larse and Well Selected Stock (Express
ly for THIS Market) of
Ql' EE ENS WARE,
HATS L CAPS,
HOOTS & SHOES,
WINDOW SHUTTERS, 'ice., Lc. '
Having been bought and shipped at low
figures, we (latter ourselves we ar nblf
to otler such inducements to CASH II I'l
l'IIM as have nok heretofore been oll'ered.
We ask an examination of our Goods and
prices, before purchasing elsewhere. The Ia
dies will find at our Store a large stock of
DEL A INS.
I'LAID SILKS, kc., tc,
All of which will be sold very LOW.
NUCKOLLS & CO.
ui.F.N-wooD, Mills Co., Iowa. no 4-tf.
NEW GOODS!! NEW PRICES!!!
New Ever thing, at the Old Stand of
SARI'Y L ENGLISH.
EDWARD C. BOSBYSHELL
HAS the honor lo inform the neonle of th.
Southern District of Donelai and the adjoin-
ins couiitie, Nebraska, that he is now opm-
"K one ot the largest Stocks of GOODS ev
'ion-lit to (Jleiiwood, Mills county, Iu.
HOOTS A- SHOFS,
QUEENS WAR I',
H A IX i c Vl'S,
"IIS I'M NTS,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE.
R F. A D Y. M A I) E CLOT HI Nil,
CARI'EN J ERS' TOOIJi,
YANKEE NOTIONS, kt
And everythintr that may be found p'lifralh;
m city stores, all of which he will tell
C'HKAI FOU CASH.
U I' KINDS OF COUNTRY TRO
"l ( I', t ik. i, in ewhenge for Goodf. B".
era fot-i town or country wishing p" 'f
cheap Goods, either at wholesale or retail,
will h.ne iiiom-v bv railing and examininf ",
stock before purchasing f-Uewhere, th'
' iT'io-i ti.iiL'ains and fair ileaiu-
Gi.i.n wiiiih. ii i.
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