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BELLEVUE, N. T.
THURSDAY, nr.lT.MHUIl ls.-,il.
I In lfiii it .
We rccl our readers with llie vvih nf
k "Merry Christmas." Iiopint: tlny nitty
live to enjoy nmny h liaiy rdum of tlii
Anniversary. We linve u jjrent reverence
for this day, ami around are nmny flus
tering reiiioinhruiii es of enrly 1 1 f und
visions t f the ancient Snntu Clans, laden
with his animal burden of toys to tie"
expectant and divers receptacles of ttux
ious children. To-day we mil to mind
our ahsent friends, and rnnnot repress the
hope, of ngnln sittinjr with them nl the
festive board, nnd surrounded with fin es
radient with kindness nnd love. We
hope this day will be universally observed
here, for it promotes the best of social
feelings, and binds together friends nnd
families with kindred impulses and at
tachments, and makes us less selfish mid
more devoted to mutual ends and inter
ests; and while wo extend to our friends
here a kind wish, we ulso hope those fur
away may enjoy the occasion with usual
pleasure, assuring them that distance
strengthens the ties of friendship when
the "last recollections are kindly."
Iturlliifttoii nml ftllMHOiirl Itltrr
NT. ill A It V AWAKti!
BELLEVUE TO THE RESCUE !
The citizens of our sister town, St.
Mary, Iowa, have had several protracted
Railroad meetings. They have been
rrowded, and the utmost enthusiasm pre
vailed. The cause of this excitement and
united action has arisen from the fact that
the Directors of the Uuilington and Mis
souri River Railroad have become satis
fied of the superior advantages of the St.
Mary and Hellevuo route, ns compared
with that of the South-Platte speculators.
Tho Chief Engineer has ordered the
principal assistant in this section to survey
a routo from Glenwood to St. Mary,
thence from Bellevue through the I'apil
lion valley to the south bend of the I'latto
Our friends on tho Eastern side of the
river are sanguine that their superior po
sition and advantages will, when properly
understood by tho Directors, secure to
them the terminus of that road on the
East side of the Missouri river.
Nature made the route, and we believe
that none of the extra exertions, exttaor
dinary lies and attempted bribes of those
interested in the South-Platte route, will
be able to divert the line of tho road from
its natural course.
Resolutions congratulating the neigh
borhood upon their happy prospects, were
passed, and material aid bountifully prom
Speeches by Gen'l Sarpy, Messrs.,
Reck, ftoyes and Falkner, of St. Mary,
and Messrs. Tzchuck, Reach, llolloway,
Kinney and Strickland, of Hellevuo, were
CsS" Mr. Alfred llebard, the princi
pal Division Engineer of the Hurlingtou
and Missouri River Railroad, arrived at
our place last Saturday. He is engage
with his Engineer corps running a line
from Glenwood, by Poney creek, to this
place, and will make a survey up the Platte
before his return to Hurlingtou. Mr. II
is the gentlemau who made the first sur
vey of this road about three years ago,
and this is the route he came over, and
on which he is now at work. We find
him a gentleman in his profeion, of de
cided abilities, and from his extensive re
searches and personal examination of the
jihysical condition of this country, is much
better posted than many who have been
sometime residents of this locality.
The prisoners confined at l.e
compton, K. T.. have published an "Ad
dress to the World," stating their stiller
ings and wrongs. We ure sorry that its
length prevented us fr.nu fining it a place
in our columns, but can assure them that
they have our sympathy. The acts of
Judge Lecotnpte, Marshal Donaldson,
nnd several of their worthy colleagues,
ure already bringing down the Adminis
tration on them, und those that are left in
office (except the worthy Gov.), by the;
present cabinet, will be removed when '
that iiotile son of Pennsylvania takes his :
1 President' MrnMiar.
This I'tcuiiii'iit, on an mint of the ii regu
larity of the mail , came to hand t' late
I for us t.i i;ivc it in full in the present
j number, and we tlicrcfaie gie a syimp.is
I of it. The President notices the fact that
peace n restored in Kansas, nml says:
1 confidently trust that now when the
peaceful condition of Kansas nll'nnls op
portunity for calm rellectinu nml wise
legislation either the legiilalite assembly
nf the Territory, or Cnniiress will see that
no act shall remain on its statute bonk
violative nf the provisions nf tlie Constitu
tion, or subversive nf the great objects for
whii'h that was ordained and established
ami will lake all other necessary steps to
assure to Hs inhabitants the enjoyment
without obstruction or abridgement to all
the constitutional righls, privileges and
immunities of citizens of the I'nited States
as contemplated by the organic law of the
Ill VIM IS AMI Mlll.lt HI III'.
1 During the late fiscal year the receipts
from customs, were, for the llrsi time,
more than six-four millions of dollars, and
from all sources ?M,11H,1 11, which, with
the balance on hand up to July 1st, l-V),
made the total resource of the year, to
amount to ,H")0,1 17. The expendi
tures including !-n1,)00,00() in execution
of the treaty with Mexico ami excluding
sums paid in account of the public debt,
amounts to &(i(),17J,lU ; und including
the latter, to IS'J.UHJU'J, the payment on
this account having amounted to !f l-J,77(i,-IV.IO.
On the 1th of March, 1S.V1, the
amount of the public debt was $(!, PJil,
5M7. There was a subsequent increase
nf $-,()" ,( for the debt of Texas
making a total nf 7I ,S?l,y:J7. Of this
sum & b),.VJ-,:il!, including premium, has
been discharged, reducing the dent to
?..'ll,7.T7,l '.!, all nf which might be paid
within a year without embarrassing the
public services; but being not yet due,
and only redeemable nl the option of the
holder, cannot be pressed to payment by
AUMV AMI SAW.
'The nrmy during the past year has
been so constantly employed ngainst hos
tile Indians in various quarters, that it can
scarcely be said with propriety of language
to have been a peace establishment. Its
duties have been satisfactorily performed,
and we have reason to expect, us the re
sult of the year's operations, greater se
curity to the frontier inhabitants than has
been hitherto enjoyed. Extensive com
binations among the hostile Indians of the
Territories of Washington and Oregon at
one time threatened the devastation of the
newly formed settlements of that remote
portion of the country. Emm recent in
formation we are permitted to hope that
the energetic ami successful operations
conducted there, will prevent such combi
nations in future, and secure to those ter
ritories an opportunity to make steady
progress in the development of their agri
cultural and mineral resources. Legisla
tion lias been recommended by me on
previous occasions, to cure defects in the
existing organization, and to increase the
ell'u iency of the army, and further obser
vation has but served to confirm me in
the views then expressed, and to enforce
on my mind the conviction that such mea
sures are not only proper but necessary.'
' lhe condition of the Isavy is not
merely satisfactory but exhibits the most
gratifying evidences ot increased vigor,
as it is comparatively small it is more im
portant that it should be as complete as
possible in all the elements of strength
that it should be efficient in the character
of its office, in tho zeal and discipline of
its men, in the reliability of its ordinance.
and in the capacity of its ships. In all
these various qualities the Navy has made
great progress witniu the last row years. The
in ion or liu law ol I ongress or lot). 2H
. .ir...: a .1..
iiiiiu.r uir rim itTliey 01 llie Jrty
has boon attended with the must advantageous
resuus. i ne law rnr promoting discipline
among the men Is found convenient and sta
nnary. I lie system of granting an honorable
discharge to faithful seamen on the expiration
of the period of their enlistment, and permit tint;
them to re-enlist after a leave of absence of a
few months, without cessation of pay, is highly
iteneiH-iul in its intluoiiee. I lie apprentice
system recently adopted, is evidently destined
to incorporate into the service a large number
or our countrymen hitherto so ditlu-ult to pro
chip. noerai uuiuirea American boys are
now on a three vear's cruise in our national
vessels, nnd w ill return well trained seamen.'
'The Post Office expenditures for the last
fiscal year was 10,l07,'i'S, and its cross re
ceipts $7,tiJ(l,stll, making an excess of expen
diture over receipts or $-."S7,IUii. The defi
ciency of this department is thus $7 I I.OOO,
Creator than for the year ending June 30, WA,
Of this deficiency $:UO,000 is to he attributed
to the additional roiniiensation allowed iost
masters by the act of Congress, J une ls.'il.'
The I'nited States coutinuv lu the eniov
inent of amicable relations witb all foreign
powers. When my last nnuual message was
transmitted to Congress, two subjects of con
troversy one relating tu the enlistment of
soldiers in this country for foreign service, nnd
the other to Central America threatened to
disturb good understanding between the Tin
ted States and Great Britain. (If the pro
gress and termination of the former question
you were informed at the time, and the other
Is now in the way of satisfactory adjustment.'
The Message treats on all the principal
topics of the day, and ably discusses each.
tl hut Tliey i:pci t or Hint.
.Mr. Mm hnici.i's patii-iuis in the two
sections are bu.-y inui'in:r out a policy for
his Aduiiiii dtiiti hi, and his Southern
friends especially, are kindly pointing out
. . 1 J I rail
to lilin till) onlV road ot success. I lie
New Orleans Delt a, which represents the
Sotileaml Siidell lihbu dering Democracy,
! peaks ns follows :
"Mut if Mr. Mucliuiiiiu turns his back
on those expedients, if he refu.-e to abdi
cate his mission ns a President of the
Toiled Slates nt this juncture, nnd direct
the energies of the (iuvernment where
the Ostein! letter the best document he
ever signed - pom's, to-wit, towards the
tropics, towards Cuba, Nicaragua ami
Mexico, lie will succeed, lie will stand
where Pierce did in only on a little
hi-osder "round and under a more defined
pledge, but it is to be hoped that he will
not bury the platform o:i which he was
elected ill the most lny.defious recess of
Circumlocution Office, nnd cower like a
schoolboy before the ferule of some sec
ond Man y, lb; owes his election to the
votes of the South, and the defiant attitude
of resistance which she was begining to
assume. He should bear the fact well in
mind. He will be n traitor nud insensible
to every manly feeling of gratitude, if lie
forget it and disregard the obligations it
implies. Then let hii.i live up to the let
ter and spirit of the Ostend letter ; let him
look to our interests in Cuba, which by
right of geography ami of political neces
sity should be ours; let him fortify Walker
in Nicaragua ami forestall Spanish and
French designs upon Mexico; let him
place the great Tehnunlepec route beyond
the hazard of being lost to us, by securing
the grant of a. strip of territory across that
isthmus; let him do these things, und we
can laugh to scorn the subtle policy of
Seward, the rhetorical raving of Sumner,
and the blatant menaces of their followers.'
This is laying down the matter with n
(inn hand and in very plain language.
The South says to INI r. Muchnnan, we
elected you to do our work, and you must
do it or we will ruin you. Now let us
look nt the other side. The Newburgh
Telegraph, published in New York State
lays down what the Northern Democrats
expect at the hands of Mr. Miichanan :
1. He must in the language of Mr.
Van Miiren, secure to the bona fide settlers
of Kansas, ' the full, free nnd practical
enjoyment of the rights intended to be
conveyed by the organic act' of the terri
tory. 2. Receommend to Congress the rejical
of the disgraceful and illegal laws enacted
by the bogus legislature.
3. Remove the present pro-slavery
officers of the territory, und send impar
tial men to (ill their places.
I. Oppost; the removal of existing re
strictions against slavery in the other
). Discountenance the policy of re-open
ing the slave trade.
(5. Resist the nctiuisition of Cuba by
force of arms.
7. Reject from his cabinet nil men of
the Jefferson Davis, Caleb Cushing, and
Henry A. Wise school.
S. Refuse to shape his course by the
advice of aspirants for the succession.
Mr. Delta and Mr. Telegraph, Mr. Bu
chanan w ill do none of these things you
extremests so much desire, which work
nothing but discord and disunion. He
was not elected by the South exclusively,
nor is he under any peculiar obligations
to the fanatics of the North. He will
most likely pursue that wise, conservative
and natural policy which his whole life so
plainly indicates; nnd fire-eaters and
border-ruffians of the South, alnilitionists
and priest-goaded fanatics of tho North,
may hang their harp on the willow tree
for the next four years.
A llridul Parts.
The New York Weekly News, of the
2th h nit., notices the arrival in that city of
lion. fi. A. JJoi c.l.vs, und bridal party,
'The Hon. Stephen A. Douglas with
his beautiful young bride arrived in this
city on Saturday evening, and w ill remain
at the St. Nicholas until Thursday. Ac
companying the Senator and his lady are
(lew. Shields, Mr. Cults, Miss Allen and
Miss (jranger. After paying a filial visit
to the surviving parent of the Judge in
the ebtern part of this State, he will
return to Washington to be present at the
opening of the session of Congress.
The high position and the eminent ser
vices of the Senator ' to the State,' together
wiih the graces and accomplishments of
Ins lair bride, who has been, as she doubt
less will continue to be, one of the most
sparkling gems of Washington society,
causes the new alliance' to be looked
upon as an nli'air of universal interest,
und among a wide circle of personal as
well us political friends throughout the
country, excites the wannest and best
wishes tor their happiness and future
The worthy Senator never Wked bet
ter tlian now ; whi ther it is ow ing to the
Titr. ' Racine Daily Journal' is the title
of n new paper published nt Racine, AN is.
P. T. Mars cm has gone to J'urope as
the business agent of Little Cordelia
Tnr. sailing of the great steamship
Adriatic, w ill, it is said, be delayed some
time, ns her eii'j-ines are not completed.
Tnr. Lancaster County Maiik' is in no
wise connected with the 4 Lancaster Mank'
which recently suspended. The former
hank is all right.'
A Ni vv Iron Steamship of war is now
being built at Lust Moston, to the order of
tho Viceroy of 1'gypt. Ib-r dimensions
are, length 21(5, width 37 feet, and depth
A Pe iii.li: meeting recently held in
Little Rock, Arkansas, recommended to
the Legislature the passage of a law pro
hibiting all free negroes from coming to
or settling in that State.
R. W. 1'mi.iison, the essayest, of Con
Cord, Mass., is preparing a memoir of
his townsman the late Samuel Hoar, which
will appear in ' Putnam's Monthly' in
Tin: number of brick made during the
present season at Quiucy, 111., is sixteen
million and seventy thousand. The num
ber made during last year was eight mil
lions five hundred thousand.
The ' Lexington tiazetto' states that the
Natural Uridge, property, in Rockbridge
county, Yo., including the hotel and 100
acres' of lands around it, has been sold to
Mr. Sheffield for If 12,000.
OM III I AUVr.KTlSUMLNTS.
NEW GOODS I NEW STORE!!
r I V 1 1'. undersigned have opened, at their new
store on Doairlas street, opposite the
hank, a new an.l splendid assortment or
CLOTH I NO,
HOOTS and SIIOI'.S,
HOOKS, STATION F.UY.&c
O ir stock of I)rv (ioods comprises nil kind tf
t,.i)ir.s (ii.'vn.r.Mnvs and cuif.i)-
lll.VS DIU.SM liUM,
ALL KINDS OP DOMESTICS
and everything th'U i requisite to make up a
complete' assortment "f 1'r) (ioods.
W e hive n lar'o lot of Clothing that is vvel
anil fashionably made, and out of the best
material. Our stork consists of all kinds of
tients' I'iirtiis!iinr (Ioods.
HOOTS and SIIOI'.S.
()'ir Mock of Hoot and Shoe is the larcrst
ever ottered to the ritiensof Nebraska. They
are purchased directly from the manufac
turers, nud are of the very best quality.
Our pood are nil new. nnd rerentlv par
fli.iued ill the I'.astern ritirs. and we intend
rllitur them at nstonisliinir low prices. All
the ritizen of Omaha and vicinity are re
(juesli d to call and examine our stock, as they
Will I1MU e 111 lllfll llli.-icni. lu uJ ov.
I'V We study to please.
no. 10-tf PATRICK & CO,
AT (IMCNWOOl), IOWA.
TOOTLE & GREENE
ahf. now iw RF.ctirT or a rnF.nn scrr-LY or
mv v3tmM mm,
Which, when complete, w ill compose the
LA KG T.ST Ann hfst SKf.KCTKD STOCK
IN MILLS COUNTY.
FRANK I.. KKMC.
VVII.l.lAM I Ronsil AM,
Tnr. Rev. T. L. Harris has become the
pastor of a new spiritualist church in New
York. He maintains the inspiration and
divine authority of the IJible in opposition
to all other leading spiritualists.
Swahms of emigrants from various sec
tions of Virginia are daily passing through
1'arker.sburg and other points along the
border on their way to the far west, in
rpiest of rich lands, free schools and low
Lici t. Gunnison states that when he
was in L'tah, the three members of the
Presidency had no less than eighty two
wives between them, and that one of the
three was called 'an old bachelor' because
he had only a ' baker's dozen.'
The third trial of the two brothers De-
volts on a charge of laying obstructions on
the track of the Milwaukie and Mississip
pi Railroad, has just terminated at Madi
son, Wis. The jury could not agree so
the case will have a fourth trial.
OUN AND JEWELRY STORE.
KKMP & FRODSHAM,
DKALKRS in Clocks, Watches. Jewelry,
Musical Instruments, Rifles, Shot Guns,
Thirty hour ami eitrht day clocks of the two
best manufactories in the I'nion ; steamboat
and office spring clocks.
Single and double shot Gun, from five to
fifty dollars : Rifles, of our own make; also,
Ka'stern make; Pistol of all kinds; pistol
flasks, shot baps, wadding and wad cutters:
common and water-proof caps; colt's caps
ami numerous other articles smtanie lor me
Western trade, which neither time nor space
will allow to enumerate.
rVT All of the aboto articleg gold on the
most reasonable terms. Repairing done to
order at short notice. no SMX.
Omaha Citv, N. T.
Thos. Macon. Ai.ex. Macon. II. O. Jones
Macon, Brother & Co.
"T AW AND LAND AGENTS, Omaha City
J i ."Nebraska territory. no -tt.
ANDREW J. POPHLETON. WILLIAM N. BVERS
Poppleton & Byers,
A TTORNKYS AT LAW, AND GENE
1. UAL LAND AGENTS, Omaha citv
Nebraska. Land Warrants bought anil gold
Land Entered on Time. Special attention
given to the gelection and entry of Lands for
Settlers, and all others desiring choice loea
tions. Land Claims, Town lots and all kinds
of Real Estate, bonght and sold and invest'
meuts made for Distant Dealers.
ITV A Competent Surveyor and Draughts
man always in readiness to survey lands, find
and select Lands and Town lots, and draft
City Plats 1-tf
noble victory lie has p-uim i for his nartv
in Illiiinis ih villi ii,,),!..,. i, l... i-
and throughout diftpl.iv that Htatesmaiiship, ;.. vv.,.,1,;,,,,, , . ,'
1 l', Willi 111 UMllUrtOll nrlno ii'ii mml.imiil
we are nH prepared to my, but true it is
for which its author is celebrated.
peat in the White House.
Sectiou Map of Huiihas.
GENERAL ORDERS, NO. 10.
Hi: vn-Qi Ann us Neb. Vol., )
JMlevue, I Joe. lvti.
Wiliimn CLincy, of Washington Co.,
l..-...!... r if
Vim have received a few of these maps' V, "7 ' Y"Ui y , V
from Mr. R. L. Ream, and would advise 02 ,11 UJd"l ''
,, . . . . i i : tlie uiticers ami rrivatos of the Unmade.
All who are interested, speculative or J 1' WITT I 1W)VK
otherwise, to secure a copy. It is the ..-' rwV r;- . i '' v i V i
.. . . , i ' . JJhig r-1,i s l 1 jrt JJ.v ision N eb. Vol.
latest edition, and the only correct one j ... . Ul .
published. We understand that the same If you wish for cure, perplexity
gentleman will have a similar map of and misery, be selfish in all thins-l
Nebraska reudy in a rhort timc, this is the shortest road to trouble.
he mt only bears his honors proudly und
vveu, nut graces uit'in with his looks,'
We have received the third iiuiiiIht of
an interesting newspaper, recently started
at Hellevuo, Nebraska Territory. It is a
good-sizod, miscellaneous family paper,
independent in politics, and devoted prin
cipally to literature and general intelli
gence. It is puhlUhod by S. A. Stbu k
land, formerly of this village, and speaks
wellf.tr the enterprise of ihe Publisher
and the cointnunity whi. h sustains him.
IIogan, the Irish sculptor, has sent his
statute of O'Conuell, to be erected in the
city of the Violated Treaty, to be cast in
bronze at Paris. It will be placed on an
excellent site in Limerick, beforo the end
Messrs. J. Mcnrnv & Co., Fulton
Iron Works, New York, have completed
the propeller of the United States steam
frigate Niagara. The propellor is made
of brass and is said to be the larjrest in
the world, weighing over 31,000 pounds.
James Edwards who has resided in
Scioto county, Ohio, for the last twenty
years, died on Sunday morning, the 2nd
mst., aged one hundred and three years,
He was a soldier in the Revolutionary
struggle, and shared largely in its dan
gers anil hardships,
Mr. Lyman SccDDER,of New Boston,
Ind., while on a shooting excursion with
several young men, on the 17th inst., was
accidentally fired at while lying in the
grass his comrades thinking they were
shooting at geese. Ho lies in a very
Sesor Kscai.ante, the Minister from
Spain to Washington, on Tuesday, pre
sented to the President a letter from his
sovereign announcing that his resignation
had been accepted. Mr. Magallon, the
first secretary of the legatiun, will act os
Charge d'Affuirs ad inlrim.
We see it stated that Parker II. French,
Fsq., who jostled things about so exten
sively last Winter, in connection with his
Nicaragua and personal affairs, has turned
up out West as President of a stock com
pany in Illinois for the purchase of lands
List week some miscreant attempted
to throw the passenger train of the New
Albany and Salem Hailrord oil the track
between Ilainbridge and Green Castle,
by laying a number of cross ties across
the road. The Locomotive only was
thrown off the track by the obstruction.
Protessor N. M. Henti, the husband
of the talented authoress, the late Caroline
Lee 1 lent a died at Marianna, Florida.,
on the 1th inst. Professor Hentz was a
French gentleman of varied accomplish
ments, and was well known as a teacher
in many seminaries of learning iu defer
ent parts of our country.
a Russian division during the siege of
Sevastopol, was afterwards sent to the
frontiers of Persia, where he appears to
have advanced too far into the hostile tcr
ritory. Cut ofT from all communication
with his own countrymen, and threatened
on his Hank by immediate hordes of Cir
cassians and Kurde, he found himself
obliged to make a retreat across boundless
wastes of the inhospitable sand steppes,
and as nothing has since been heard of
him, great fears are entertained fur tho
I -afety'.f the Jeneral and the whole army.
CHARLES D.GREEN AND RICHARD
KIMBALL, Having purchased this well know
and popular Saloon, in Omaha city, would
respectfully inform the public, that they are
now prepared to furnish their customers, at
all tiours, with HOT UYSlt.KS,
SARDINES, PIGS FEET, PICKLED
TONGUE, GAME, and other
Comprising all the Delicacies of the season,
Come ye that hunger and thirst Come to
the APEX and ye shall he filled.
1-tf GREEN & KIMBALL.
out STOCK OF UHOt'i:Uli:K
Are bought at the lowest terms for cash, gnj
A L I S, .c., iu., kc.
Ladies a ml Gents, call and gee them, mi.t
price for yourselves. They have not been
summered and wintered in St. Louis, but
bought and shipped direct from the Eastern
cities. Late styles nnd a full assortment of
lit) L'Cil Inrlt2 F-
iwvi.-i. Hum veil cent i,avvn to a
Two Dollar Silk. Also, a few fine SILK
SHAWLS, BONNETS and PARASOLS.
A fine stock old and young, foiries ami
'fast' men, rail soon if you want a nice coat
vest or paiits, on reasonable terms. '
HATSt Jf ATS!!
New styles, cheap and durable.
A very large assortment, consisting in nart
of Smith's Tools, Spades, Shovels, Forks,
Hakes, noes, Hells, .Mill, Crosscut, and Hand
Saws, Files, Augers, Axes, Broadaxeg, Adze,
i niacin, cc, ace, io uie enn oi uie cliapter.
A large lot, consisting of Pine Doors, Sash,
Shutter Blinds, Paints, Oils, Nails, Locks,
Latches, Glass, Putty, &.c.
Bureaus, Bedsteads, Tables, Chairs, Tin
Safes, Cubboars, Stands, &.c.
CV" We will sell cheaper for cash than
any house in Western Iowa.
noK-tf. TOOTLE GREENE.
HUFFMAN'S STAGE LINE.
BELLEVUE, ST. MARYS
A iN D G L E N W O O D
HUFFMAN'S LINE will leave Glenwood,
via. St. Marys for Bellevue, on Mon
day's, Wednesday's and Saturday's, at 10
o'clock, A. M., and will leave the Benton
House, Bellevue, via. St. Marys for Glenwood,
on the same days at 1 o'clock, P. M.
This Line connects at St. Marys, with the
Council Bluffs and St. Joseph Stages, and at
Glenwood with the various lines from the Mis
sissippi to the Missouri Rivers.
Travelers on this Line will find every con
venience and accommodation, to make their
trips pleasant and speedy. Comfortable
Coaches, Careful Drivers and well-fed
ie Prussian Official Correspondent
: ' (Jeneral Crulell", who commanded
S EATON & E0WLE3.
:OoUov"ULO, TJ". T.
HAVING removed into our large new store,
on Main street, we are now enabled to offer to
the Citizens of Douglas county, one of the
Largest, Cheapest and best Selected Stock of
Goods, ever opened in this city, consisting in
Hats & Caps,
Thankful for the liberal patronage hereto
fore extended to us, we earnestly solicit its
continuance, feeling confident that the quality
and price of our goods, cannot fail to please.
S EATON k. ROWLES.
Bellevue, Oct. 23, 1856. 1-tf
lieorge Jennings, Proprietor.
THIS House is situated in the pleasantest
part of Bellevue, in a beautiful and healthy
location and command a view of country,
which for beauty cannot be excelled in this
Territory. It is fitted up in the best manner,
and no pains will be spared to make all who
may favor him with their patronage, feel at
Will always be supplied with all the delicacies
the market a (lords.
Attached to this Hotel i3 an excellent
which we shall always have attended by com
petent and faithful Ostlers.
Bellevue, Oct. 23, 1X33. Mf
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, by the sub
senber in Bellevue. SIX GOOD M -SONS,
to whom GOOD WAGES, and CON
STANT Employment, will be given.
Bellevue, Oct. 23, ltoti. l-tf
A VAllJAIUi: CI, AIM
The undersigned offers for sale his claim of
lt0 acres situated four miles West of Bellevue
in I ownsh ip 13, Range 13.
FINESpfeclr" ',a8 eV'ral
Never Failing Stream of Water.
About LIGHT ACRES OF FINE TIMBER,
r,v'T,.avr' ,of ,and "'. ! a pood LOG
I VIH.N on the place. ' Title undisputed. Pos
session pn.,, inuiipdirtlely.
- - :d
U' llel'ie, IM. 23.
A. LOG AN.
JUST RECEIVED BY
NUCKOLLS & CO.,
A Large and Well Selected Stock (Express
ly for THIS Market) of
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
WINDOW SHUTTERS, &c, fcc. '
Having been bought and shipped at low
figures, we flatter ourselves we are able
to offer such inducements to CASH Ill'Y"
KIIS as have not heretofore been offered.
We ask an examination of our Goods and
prices, before purchasing elsewhere. The La
dies will find at our Store a large stock of
PLAID SILKS, &.c,.&.c,
All of which will be sold very LOW.
NUCKOLLS &. CO.
Glenwood, Mills Co., Iowa. no 4-tf.
NEW GOODS!! NEW PRICES!!!
Nf w Everything, at the Old Stand of
SARPV Sl ENGLISH.
EDWARD C. BOSBYSHELL
HAS th honor to inform the people of the
Southern District of Douglas and the adjoin
ing counties, Nebraska, that he is now open
ing one of the largest Stocks of GOODS ever
brought to Glenwood, Mills county, Iowa,
HATS t CAPS,
BOOTS 4, SHOES,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE.
YANKEE NOTION'S, fcc,
And everything that mar be found generally
in city stores, all of which he will sell
IV ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRO
DUCE taen in exclmige for Goods. Buy
ers from town or country wishing good and
cheap Goods, either nt wholesale or retail,
will sae money by calling and examining his
BtocK before purchasing elsewhere, as they
will find good bargains aud fair dealing.
Gi l. swoon. Iowa. no 4-tf
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