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I. A. STRICKLAND & CO.,
THOS. J. GUNNISON, EDITOR.
DELLEVUE, N. T.
THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1SV7-
A new Administration. j
Whnl Foreigner uwJ to the pomp nml
Ceremony of "coronation day" in the old
countries, who might happen to lo in
thi country on tho 4th inst., ami seeing
the rptiet nmnngtho people, could imagine
llmt on that day a new Administration was
lclnjj.'l narrated 'with power that one
nan who had lcrn the choice of tho prop,
lo, wiitoilef end 'ram the lofiiwt eminence
li th face of the globe, and become sim
ply citizen one of the people while
another, also the choice, of the people,
eliould ascend that eminence and become
at once tho hend of one of the most power
fnl Nations in modern times. F.xeept nt
tho tVtpitol, there ii no pomp, n parade,
bathing to indicate lho change that
is taking place. Nevertheless tho un-nt
heart of tho nation beats will) animation
and i nlive with hopes for t he success of
lh Administration so miietly lnaugeraied
Into power. To an intelhgentpeople the
trumpery ih vi of "corunntion duy ato
iliviiiAlcfol, ntid seem fit only lo excite
tho wondering gazo of the ignorant sl.ms
th tools and minions of despotic and her-
editory power. Thank (loil! the "divine
right" of hereditory sllccesion is not known
hero. On the contrary, tho people enjoy
tho "divine right"o f selecting their own
'rollers and merit ability, fidelity, patriotism
rclhe'cjuulitics they seek for in tho man
uho is to direct tho ulfairs of the Nation,
anatney care nitie lor n?reuiiory niooij.
'Their rtileris their servant, not their mas
Vcr. Their will is his law, and their good
4is h omy ieg.muuu- uuu.
7' ' JAMi.S Ul'l IIAN AN, who nut yes-
terdav oecimied tlie nlaee of n nrivnle t it-
lien. to-day iu pursuanco of the voice of
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.tb American people, fills the highest and
most honorable olhco under tho sun. A
long nfo -n puVlic stations, and in private
life, has proven Jus worth and his ability,
"b ml he has been called from the r. lire,
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tho duties of our nation for four years.
i His election has shown lho confidence of occurred. The insult having leen aven
' his fellow citizens; and we have not a ged, ihe property might have been retur-
Would tut his Administration will vindicate
Uie justness of that confidence.
lt ;, ZVebraskn Apitroprlntlons.
.We learn by to days mail tlmt the re
' port of SoO.OOO having been appropriated Whampoa to the Darrier, which was ac
W tho General Government to complete couuilished after the loss of a man from n
"ioA rnniiol t.,,;i.i;,i,T n, (,..Kn .miw w
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, misuke, as the bill for that purpose was
. .l..r...K.l n. t innnnn
uviirmvu. iuv uppropi iuiiuii oi -iw.uuu
tJ construct a waggon road from Omaha
''city to the south Pass, said to have been
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' nnnnrfn , .? ... , ,011 Captain Curry s part, who was for ina-
- S300.000 of this sum is to be expended nv immltes in the midst of a hot fire from
: between the southwest Tass and lho Pa
cific Ocean, and 100,000 between Fort
' Kearny and the southwest Pass. Tho
speculators at Omaha were a little preum-
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ture in their exul auonoa tho sub-ct of
Government spoils, and as theso are what
" they have inaiuly relied upon to build up
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reueu upon 10 imuu up
be a somewhat painful
We know of no place
,. laeu city, 11 musi oe
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uwi requ res o inucn nisunce irom
congress as iniana city, ior umess uov
( criuneiit patronage is continued with
., liberal hand Us future success will be hope-
t leas, W'e congratulate our neighbors
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umnni nowever, ior naving secureu
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appropriation for u penitentiary, and
. Uunk Congress made a wise discruniuu
i lion in making this appropriation to them,
uud no other, as this of all other things is
most needed iu that community
Thii thriving town, situated near the
. lauk of tho Missouri, opposite to Delle-
I. vue, is progressing rapidly, and a large
amount of business is done there. Sales
of lots have lately been so extensive
j owners of laud adjoining huve been laying
, MA additions 10 the town, and there seems
be a good many disposed to invest mod
" ev in property there, tate discoveries of
' coal beds and stone (piarries adjacent to
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the pace have given a fast impetus to en-
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terprise, and we expect to see St. Mary
jnake rapid strides in wealth and improve
xnenl lh comins; eeason. She has a fine
cnterpciiiv ppulatin, mislly German
-i..,.m Miim h.tr,,rr miiimii, iviin 1111,
" 001 " "
head sentunenu 01 uie ug(!. h is uiu
t JeadquartT4 of lhat veteran pioneer Gen-1 j--- As an evidence of ihe power of
1 tn Harpv. where h ts always "at home" tV gale which blew down two steeples iu
!hu UmW- Miry i a competitor uieibury, Conn., diiriug the late Morni
with other places for the western terminus I f loll)i,. t W4S fam,(j four lllllulred recrui's f..r Genera! WaHi-
.tnf iheRuiUgUM & M.-ul liner Hail- hf ,v r sjxlv fevt ah of ihe tower in. or. and a great amount of nrnw and a;:m-
n,r ' - . ".
Morr about Junction (it)'.
It wns only lint lat wii'k that we ui1j
lis'icil nn article in reference to iIim new
town. 1 1 1 o i-immiinv lii lav tint which 1 1 1 1 1
thru I,.mm. iut ,.rn...iz. d Kmiwini the '
mlvan'aaes of iho location, we ore ,,.
surprised to learn, tint nueiniy nan isouie
price have been paid for lot in that town,
on which to build immediately. Yo think
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it in (lii.Mined t ) it rapid jrrowih, and from
present indication we should jude that
the proprietor will be mn.it liberally re
warded for their enterprise. With more
intrinsic merit than mo.it of the new towns
along the Missouri, lots and idmrr-s are
five times cheaper than in nlmo.-t any oth
er plnce we can name. This cannot long
remain so. Property mint go up there to
a handsome figure. It is directly oppo
site the ferry-landing at llellevue, ami in
direct line of the Mississippi and Missouri
river H. H.. The St. Joseph and Coun
cil Mulls U. II, mit.it inevitably, pass
through it or very near it, and we have no
doubt the Darlington It. H. will there es
tablish its western terminus. In our opinion
it will be the placo of "junction" of these
three road). With these advantage in
prospect, and soon we think to be reul
lized, what wonder is it the stork is fought
after. That place cannot grow without
helping Dellevue, and in like manner the
prosperity of one city must react favorably
upon tho groth of Junction city
The Aiiirrlcaii I'lHht at . un.'on.
The following letter gives the only de-
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laueu account we liuu-jci uu-nram
cause nnd con:icpienco of tho American
ouariel at Canton. Nothing is said of the
beheaded Americans, who were mistaken
for Englishmen, and whose heads were
placed upon the walls of the city at the
Canto, Nov, 10, 1S.113 On Satur-
jny the j;5th iljt tl, nr!)l'CHlu.r uf the
United States Ship Portsmouth, containing
Captain Footo and others, was jiroceeding
f0"' Wlsumjwa to Canton, when she was
fired upon by the Harrier r oils. It was
half-past four in the afternoon when this
occurred. Jhe American Hag was in a
position that does away ull chance of n
llll'a Vf !"is,a,,i" U' "h.le unless than two
rounu snoi auu tnree cnarges oi yiupe,
nflt.r ,Lo mm(, shot wero lirL.( illl0 lho
Inxit by tho Chinese braves
At tho. first discharge of grape the boat
I was turned for the ships, who nhe oiri
ved at ( o'clock uud after an hour Com
inodore Armstrong decided upon takinf
potion of the two forts, and then ndvi-
sin thc Governor of Canton of what had
lied to its rightful owner, or retained, ac
cording as lho reply from tJoveruor Veh
migni inuicaie a wisn tor war or pence
with the Americans.
At daylight on Sunday the San Jacinto's
cutler commenced soundintr the river from
n shot while throwingthc lead. At 4 P. M.
21 hours after the Portsmouth's boat had
U f j . h shi unJ Uie Ltfva1,
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were nearly in position to open lire.
With only water enough to lloat the Ports
mouth, she wos towed up to her berth by
I the Willameiie, in the most gallant f tyle
- ihe forts, which had opened long before
the ship was near enough to suit "Captain
After the steamer had been ordered to
'cast oil and lake care of herselt. Captain
!,00le droI)peJ wilhlho llo for five min-
utts ti wilhn 450 yards dstance from the
nearest fort, (the large one ai tho right
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nearest tort, ( tne iarre one ai uie riirin
end of the luarrier having then been under
heavylflre for aoine time) Starboard;
'Let ro anchor 'Haul in spring n ire!
-k BucrifMion ai,J t0 cut short
- my bloryt the bhip lired i-'-'U eight inch
a shells in the following two hours anJ hi
at A!l were well placed at their nearest
nei"hbor ami at the round rorton the
uni. , , , . , , ,
left some 1 1(H) yard; distant. At dark
we firillg ccnseil lhe fl,lU keeping it up til 1-3
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IlllllUtt 3 I'V IWH 1.1V t'lIM1 IV J J V , ,
ingu sample of what is iu Move at the
l.V 1, l, .., ,1. j 11 T he fiv.i f .111
nr. K,,i.l 10 !. idled with Kii.'i.,h fims and
1 UIHII I Will til IMU l .... ...un....,
junkmen crews, and certainly we have
never si en unyihuig in lho way cr i hi-
nese gunury enuai 10 ineiu ueiore
Duriu" this lime the Levant was aground
out of lire, and could not lake part in tne
action. The Portsmouth was hulled three
times, one marine mortally wounded, and
I her rigging l ad.y cut,
that Next inornig, at dawn the lioats attacked
the Harrier Fort of 3 duns, then the
Fiddler's Reach Fort of N guns, all of
which were Miccesfully captured wiih
very liule loss t.i the Americans, who re
mained in ihe latter fort until dawn the
next inornmg. when the S.p:are Fort,
onlv remaining one, wa3 as-aulo-d
y. , , 3-.,' f , . n
carried. The Chinese fought well,
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III', t.l nf.ijl III r I'MllIlltll Willi 11 111 Ul lllLl
- 1 st,ii.
AH these forts with their guns
e ammunition, &c, were destroyed a far
, as possible, The Chinese were making
Ttalelloits for farther resistance, and
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. ao Mow of c v usr awav was n Mceptible
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uieibury. IX.nn., during the la e Mor.n.
the bell of St. John church, which weighs
I which it hull''.
Tlir l ulled Staff i:prilif Ion lo
Tlio Itltrr I.u rialii.
V? have received tin preliminary re
Jmrtof Captain l'.ig'1, who cmiuiiaiHleil ihe
l'"'"'tl Sli,t01 r wiu. r uiti h, nn.l
Iy or.l.;r of the (JoviTim.HM, nm.l. nn ex-
tended and very successful i-Xdor.ition of
this imp )itant river.
The Attention of tho (luvernment of
the I'nited Slates has only within n com
paratively few years, been properly direc
ted lo the value of explorations and geog
raphical investigations, with, rcferencu to
the increasing and now vast commerce of
our country. This description of opera
tions has long been held to be of the mo.it
vital importance, by the powers of I'.urepe
and in no inconsiderable measure, the
wealth nml commercial ascendency of
CJreat lii itam are to be traced to this p -icy.
From thetimo of Captain Cook, and
even to date from a previous era to - the
present day, the naval explorations made
under the am pices of the Bnti-h (!nvern
nient have been of the most extensive
character, nod have been made in nhno.it
all parts of the world. 1'cople, before nl
mo.it unknown to civilzvd men, have been
visited, treaties entered into, and new
markets opened forcominerciul enterprise
and a high and peihaps the mo.it la-ting
fame has been awarded by the whole
world, for those missions of peace and am
ity. The reader of the voyages of Drake
nml Cook of Wilkes and Perry, of ltoss
or Franklin, will not feel bis interest at
all lesseiK-d by the consideration that those
were essentially commercial in their ob
jects and eonsecpiences.
The I'nited States has not been behind
other nations in this important auxiliary to
the march of civilization. Numerous ex
peditious have been organized and have
, 11111,1.,l Il.,,1,sl.1l lls;11(.,s ..el,
j Kri.llt Mim.s;Jt nm have added lustre to
, the National Character. With a vast ex-
tout of previously unexplored territoi ry
these explorations have necessarily been
by no means idle, r nd one of the most im
portant of services of this description, to
which wo allude, has just been completed
by the sipiadron under command of Cap
The Itiver La Plata and its tributaries,
among which is the ri.er Parana, were
thoroughly explored and surveyed, and
were ascended to lho astonishing distance
of 2000 miles from thc ocean. The en
tiro countries on their banks including thc
hitherto little known andjahnost mysterious
country of Paraguay, were completely ex
plored and asynepisof their commerce
and resources is given in the present re
port. When we remind our readers that
among tho products of those countries are
clashed many of the richest products of
the mine many of the most important
medicines known, that they abound in cat
tle to such an amazing extent as to be al
most capable of furnishing the entire world
wiih material for the currier and the in
dispensible products of his art; that a vast
number of woods rarely seen as yet I y
the cabinet maker, ore prod tied abundantly
in those forests, that in short all the in
ducements to commercial intercotuse and
most valuable accessories to tho goood of
society are to be found in tho countries
the importance of this expedition and its
probable results may be estimated.
The tea of Paraguay, long a favorable
article of diet in all the countries of South
America, is now attracting much attention
in F.urope, and very probably will become
un article of extensive exportation. From
the city of Ascension alone it is exported
mainly to other states of South America
laragly. the value in 1S-31 reached S2S2,
4S0. The commercial investigations by
Captain Page's expedition are of the most
In geograpeical science and matters cf
general interest, this expedition lias also
produced u va.-t accession ot intonnation
For the first time accurate surveys were
made, and the courses of rivers and posi
tions of towns, in some cases containing
large populations, care ully ascertained
The climate, customs of the people, disea
ses, iu fact, no less than CO medical plants
used by the peop.e of Paraguay, were oL
tained and brought home in safety. The
superior quality of the tiiaeco grown iu
those countries is alluded to,
Much information was obtained relating
to tho curious and almost unknown tribes
cf Aborigines which inhabit lho countries
of the Interior of South America. Twice
i the expedition was attacked ny Hostile in
. a I J t
dian-., h-htin? on ho.-seUek, armed with
s 'Vais. uNinuuiiam iliiuiui i"'-
1 l"t.v were secured an 1 brought nome in
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We hope to see the very important re
sults of this expedition published at an ear-
1 ly period by the authority of the L nited
Mates, and venture to say that sucn a con
tribution to commercial geographical and
general information will have very rarely
been made by any government-The J'enn
tylvdttian. S11 mi.. A 11 Indiana exchange, in com
plimenting Governor Jostph A. Wright,
of that State upon retiring, says he has
been the hardest working 1'xecutive Im'i
the I ona ha
and , 000 of
audi self an
ona has ever had, and has spent over SI,
f his own luonev m butamnig 111111-
nd family during his term of ollice.
I I . j rtt u ti m-i.fit len! mentieP Infill
L' II j DUIUII i J I fc.v ...v......
that given to our own Uov
Governor, who has
to rent a place to live in where he can.
1 In Indiana the salary is only $14,00! 111
J litis state it U $:i.0(K). It should be 111
b eh pbiees'ri'J.OOO with a respectable house
t j hvj in. 1.x.
M0RL It EC Rl' ITS OI NlCABVC.UA.
The ht.-amer Texas, for Nicaragua, sailed
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, from New ( . b ans. on the u t..
Meyer & Gctzschmann's
The llliilrrniirnr,! l;r;r Jravf to inform III
riti7.ms of llir mljoitiinif ronntic in Ni'hrn!f,
thut flipy sr liniMinc nrvr FI.OUHINO
MILT., with two run of Harm, at
ST. MAIIV, MILLS CO., IOWA.
lo he in operation on tho lit rt Aniri. t"M.
Kari'ifrs will lo urll to r. plf.tv f Wl.
ni v.c nrc re niril to p.iy llif l.lhtp'. ri cs
IJY H'r'oy will also I lo.ie! t by U f:
I lie!.. I's I (
t l .MAHY r.Iil'.V.T.HY, -i.
Mo -vt l.r-.f. i ' ''
T. HIH.I.OWAY. C. I. K KUFII.
Ilolloway & Keller,
1F.NT.RM, LAM) AGENTS. HouVvmc
1 ri'v, N. T., will tiroiiiptly attond to ttio
rollrr:in2 And invpsliti" inotipy, lorat inc Liml
WiirrantH. Imvinir and mdlinjr city lots, &.c
(CHce nt the lirllcme IIoiimc
GLEN WOOD HOTEL.
nAVING rem nt'y lnacil this well-known
IIoIpI for a nninlinr of yrars, nml fi' toil
it up in n Riipcrior Hlyle, tlin Propiiotor llnt
tnrs liiiriii'lf that the 'patroiinc In" hcrcloforp
riTi'ivoil from his frirmls mid tho pnl.lic in
pnnpral will now bp pxIpikIimI. My talile is
furnished with Hip flmU'Pst ili'licacirs of (Iip
season. Adjoininz the house are pxteiinivp
stahle, ami go nl hos'lrrs will always bp in
Come on, yr. that hunger and thirst for th"
good of this world, and you will always liml
Jesse 011 hand to mi ister to vonr wan's.
.'ESSE A. PAINTER.
MACHINIST 4& COPPER SMITH,
In all its Branches.
BELLEVUE AND OMAHA.
A Tthe last payment made to thc Omalin T it-
1 - di.ins, n No! oof Hand, drawn in my favor,
hv W. It. I'.nirlish for l oar liniidreil ilollars.
ji IlKI. S lid iio'p was pnilursed on ths back for
ten tbdlars. All persons are cautioned of
pure hasini; said note, ns the payment ol the
same to any one out me is stopped.
Tayloring ! Tayloring !
The inulersined bepjs leave to inform the
Ui.cns of Itellcvue and vicinity that he is
prepared to do custom work, in the latest
fasti ion and most approved style. He feels
coi fidont that his work is unsurpassed East
or West 5 and by moderate prices respectfully
solicits a share of the public patronairp. He
will always be found ready to receive orders
at thc liollcvui! House.
Hcllevuc, N. T. March llth Hj7,tf
The. Cruise of Hie Wnbasli.
Tho New York Times has the following
account of the crubo of tho U. S. steamer
Wabash, just returned from Aspinwall.
The Wabash, it will be remembered, was
built at our own navy-yard, and was pro
nounced, before she L'ft our port, to be a
model of Naval Architecture.
On the outward voyage some heavy
weather was experienced in the latitude
of Ilatteras: the sudden change m 18
lours from a temperature of forty degrees
to 82 degrees, caused their rigging, which
was new to suddenly slack in the midst ot
the gale the connections of the Iron
baiv'j of the bowsprit gave away, and tor
a time they were in danger of loosing their
masts. In the midst ot this mishap one
of the men was killed by being struck by
a snatch-block, caused by the sudden par
ting of the strap and Captain Engle during
the heavy and sharp rolling ot the ship
was thrown violently against the top of a
brass stanchion, cutting a bad gash in his
head, and nearly precipitating him back
ward down tho hatch. lie narrowly es
caped with his life; the wound has healed
but an ugly scar three inches long, remains
on the side of his head. Lieutenant tiua
kenbush was also injured though not se
verely. The man killed was an Italian
and shipped under the name of James
hile. As soon as the rigging was set ui
the ship behaved admirably. They were
able lo carry double ivefeu top sails and
whole courses, when other vessels wer
hove to and could carry nothing. Her stea
mini' qualities are fir.-d rate: her sea rate
is about eight and half knots; her speed is
10 knots. As soon as the propeller istri
ced up. she is a first rate sailing ship, am'
makes 14 knots. On one occasion, Laj
tain V.. mentions he was below and sui
posed the shin was lying still, as there was
no wind when he left the deck; but u smart
breeze bad sprung up, and upon inquiry
of the otlicerof the deck as to how '-the
bhip was going" he replied 9 knou," and
yet, so smoothly was she moving through
ihe water, no unusual motion of the ship
attrracted the Commodores attention. In
a word the Wabash is pronounced
a perfect ship in every respect, and no
language seems lo extravagant iu which
to express the ollicers admiration of her
Their call at Havana was a source of
great pride and satisfaction to Americans
there, and the Captain General paid them
unusual attentions, inviting a large party
which waited upon him to dine at his pal
ace. The ship was also filled fore and
aft by the fairest senoritas. who enjoyed
themselves in the dance and other fortui
ties, every one expressing great admira
tion of the noble sdip, as Capt. L men
tions with evident pride, was in beautiful
A Spanish American Alliance.
The Republics of lVru, Chili, and Ivjua
dor, have entered into a formal alliance,
for the purpose of preventing encroach
ments from North America. They have
ibiebt'ess beeoiiie alarmed at the lecent
Jeun.n,trati,.ns in Nicaragua. We doubt
th ,..,., will result in .
whether this movement will result in any
benefit ii the paniep, nn l may have n
very contrary ctl'ect.
I, a. JOMr.s.
or.o. w. wrain.
Drup; & Chemical House
IH TUB WJSS'l'.
OMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA TERRITORY
JONES & WOOD,
WlloM SLC A SI) HtTAIL DcALCHS 1
Tobacco, &.C. fi.c. &.C
Ifivlu" DMrrhaspil the piiMtp stork of
DRt'CS and FANCY COODs formerlv be.
lonirinff to 0. A. Henry & Co., together with
'ir own mil purchases, wn nre now pnnnieii
to offer the public as complete nn assortment
if lllUMIS and FANCY tiOODM as can be
found weit of tho Mississippi river. Our
stock is of in iRiutuile paougli to Ritppiy uie
wtiole N-lir.iskrt trade; and Invmi: been pur-
based under the most favorable circum
stances, we feel assured In our statement
that if Fine Goods, ns retard s uunntitv. n"al'
it 1- anil nrice. are nnv oliiec;. to those dealing
in DIU'US and MEDICINES, we can offer
these inducements to n prater exten than any
other bouse in the West. Co in'rv Merchants
and Physicians are reipiesied to r i mine our
stock hrtoir jmrclianm;: elsewhere
no l.i-tf ju.m-.s at huuu.
W. II. STABK. U. W. IlEmURN.
Boot and Shoe Store,
On JFAHNII AM Street, Opposite thc Ex
W. H. STARK d CO.,
Would respect fullv inform the ladies and cen-
tleinen of Omaha mid vicinPy, that they have
on hand and are manufacturing a complete
BOOTS AND SHO E ,
Of the best quality, and warranted ; compri
sing the follow uikvU s
Ladies' Fine Lace and Congress Gaiters.
" " Kid Montecs and Congress Gaiter.
" " Slippers and Pa rod i Ties.
" Heavy Morocco and Calf Hootees.
Misses " " "
Cbilds' " " "
Gents' Sewed Kip and Calf Boa's.
" rcjrjred " ,
" Fine French or Pump B o'.s.
" Water Proof and Q tilted-Bottom Boo'. a.
" Parent Calf Boots.
" Oxford Ties and Gaiters.
" Kin and Calf Shoes.
Boys' and Youths' Kip Boots aud Broans.
All of which are made of the het material
the market affords. Our f icilities for select-
iti are unsurpassed in Las. era cities, and we
wish it distinctly understood that we
Warrant Every Article Wo Sell.
We have the best of workmen la our em
ploy. Every style of Boot or Sum made to
order, and warranted an easy a ad fashionable
no 13-tf W. H. STARK & CO.
Eastern Boots & Shoes
SELLING AT COST
AT THE OMAHA CITY
Boot and Shoe Store,
To make room for my o.vn Manufacture.
Also, a good assortment of Indies' and Gents'
Rubber, Overs and Sandal of A. No. 1 quali
ty, at a very small advance, together with a
complete assortment of work of my own m in
ufacturc, including Ladies' r.nd Gents' Bullalo
Also, a well selected Stock of
Leather and Findings.
P. S. Every style of Boot or Shoe made to
order, as usual, and warranted easy, fashion
able and durable,
no 13-tf. , Vf. HENRY STARK.
NEV GOODST NEW STORE ! !
fllHE undersigned have opened, nt their new
L Btorc on Douglas street, opposite the
banks, a new and splendid assortment of
BOOTS and SHOES,
Our stock ot D;y Goods comprises all kinds of
LADIES', GENTLEMEN'S and CHILD
REN'S DRESS GOODS,
ALL KINDS OF DOMESTICS
and everything that is requisite to make up a
complete assortment of Dry Goods.
We have a lanre lot of Clothing that is well
and fashionably made, and out of the best
material. Our 'stock consists of all kinds of
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
BOOTS and SHOES.
Our stock of Boots and Shoes is the largest
ever ottered to the citizens of Nebraska. They
are purchased directly from the manufac
turers, and are of the very best quality.
();ir (roods are all new, and recently pur
chased in the Eastern cities, and we intend
nelliug the.-n at astonishing low prices. All
the citi.ens of Omaha and vicinity are re
quested to call and examine our stock, as they
will find it to their interest to do go.
CV S'Udy to ideas".
i.o. 10-tf ' PATRICK k CO.
FKAKK I.. KEMP.
GUN AND JEWELRY STORE.
KEMP & FRODS1IAM,
DEALERS in Clocks, Watches, Jewelry,
Musical Instruments, Rifles, Shot Guns,
Thirty hour and eight dayclocki of the two
beat m.iinir.ictories in the Union steamboat
and ollice spring clocks.
Single and double shot G ins, from five to
fifty dollars t Rilb'i, of our own make; also,
Eastern make: Pistol of all kinds; pistol
flasks, shot bags, wadding and wad cutters;
common and water-proof caps; colt's caps,
and numerous o.her articles aitable for the
Western trade, whkh neivh -r time nor space
will allow to enumerate.
TV All of the ithnve articles pold oa the
moKt reasonable trrun. Repairing done to
onirr at snort nir no '.'-ir.
Omaha Citv, N. T.
AT GI.F.NWOOD. IOWA.
TOOTLE & GREENE
AUK NOW IK IECEIFT or A riF.lH SUrPLf Or
Whirh, when complet, will compose the
LARGEST and bfst SELECTED 8T0CK
l.V MILLS COUNTY.
OIK STOCK OF UHOCEIlIta
Are bought at the lowest terms for cash,
NUTS, &,c, &c, kf
I.ailiei and Gents, call nml see them, nmt
price for yourselves. They have not been
summered ' and wintered ih St. Louis, but
bought and shipped direct from the Easter:,
cities. Eafi- styles and a full assortment of
DRESS GOODS, from a tea cent Lawn to a
Two Dollar Silk. Also, a few fine SILK
SHAWLS, BONNETS and PARASOLS.
A fine slock old and young, fogies ami
'fast' men, call soon if yon want a nice coat
ve.st or pants, on reasonable terms.
11 ATS! IIATSt!
New styles, cheap and durable.
A very large assortment, consisting in part
of Smith's Tools, Spades, Shovels, Forks.
Rakes. Hoes, Bells, Mill, Crosscut, and Hand
Saws, Files, Augers, Axes, Broadaxes, Adze,
Chisels, &.C, &.c, to the end of thc chapter.
IltIM1.U M ATr.HIAI.S.
A large lot, consisting of Pine Doors, Sash.
Shutter Blinds, Paints, Oils, Nails, Locks,
Latches, Glass, Patty, &c.
r I'll MT Lit 1
Bureaus, Beds'cads. Tables, Chairs, Tin
S.ifes, C.ibboars, Stands, ic.
CV".We will sell cheaper for cash thar
any house in Western Iowa.
hoH-tf. TOOTLE & GREENE.
HUFFMAN'S STAGE LINE.
BELLEVUE, ST. MARYS
A NI) G L E N WOOD
HUFFMAN'S LINE will leave Olenwood,
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 Olenwood,
o l Ihe same days at 1 o'clock, P. M.
This Line co'.inects nt St. Marys, with the
Council Mutts and. St. Joseph Stages, and at
Olenwood with the various lines from the Mis
nissippl to the Missouri Rivers.
Tiavi-leis oi this Line will find every coa
venience and accommodation, to make their
tripi pleasant and upeedy. Comfortable;
Coaches, Careful Drivers and well-fed
JUST RECEIVED BY
NUCKOLLS & GO,,
Linre a id Well Selected Stock (Express
ly for THIS Market) cf
Hats fc Cap.
Boots it Shoes,
Window Shutters, tc, &c.
Havino been bought and shipped Bt low
figures, we flatter ourselves we are able
to oCi-r such inducements to CASH IJDY
I2ItS as havo not heretofore been ollered.
We nsk an examination of our Goods and
prices, before purchasing elsewhere. The La
dies will find at our Store R large stock oC
DEL A INS,
PLAID SILKS, &c, &c,
All of which will be sold very LOW.
NUCKOLLS tc CO.
Ci.enwood, Mills Co., Iowa. no 4-tf.
NEW' STORE r
NEW GOODS!! NEW PRICES!!!
New Ever thing, at" the Old Stand of
SARPY k ENGLISH.
EDWARD C. BOSBYSHELL
HAS the honor to Inform the people of the
Southern District of Douglas and the adjoin
ing counties, Nebrasxa, that he is now open
ing one of the largest Stocks of GOODS ever
brought to Olenwood, Mills county, Iowa,,
HATS k CAPS,
BOOTS k RHOT.S
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
YANKEE NOTIONS, kc,
And everything that may be found generally
in city atores, all of which he will aell
CHEAP FOR CASH.
TV ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY TRO
DUCE taaen in exchange for Goods. Buy
era from town or country wishing food ami
cheap Goods, either at wholesale or retail?
will save money by calling and exa mining M"
atocK before purchasing elaewhere, as they
will Cud good bargains and fair dialing.
Olknwood, low. 4-tt
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