Bellevue gazette. (Bellevue City, N.T. [i.e. Neb.]) 1856-1858, March 12, 1857, Image 3

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leans county, N. Y..
rpHF. CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore rx
L isting under the name and firm of SAHPV
K1NNF.Y, is this day dissolved by mutual
consent, L. B. KINNEY having purchased
out the entire in'crest of P. A. SARPY. Will
settle all claims that he has contracted for
the benefit of said firm, and nil claims due
said firm are to be paid to no one except the
undersigned. L. B. KINNEY.
friHE CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore ex
1 isting in the LA PLATTE STEAM SAW
MILL between the undersigned, known as the
firm of J. ARMSTRONG .t CO., is this day
Hhsolved bv mutual consent. All the business
of the hte firm will be settled bv the new firm
Li Plai'e. N. T. Much 5th 1SS7.
Hiviiie- s'd mv interest In the above firm
to ALEXANDER DAVIS. I hereby re
commend the new firm of DAVIS, HOGE
UOOM & CO to my friends and the public
La Plae, March 5h 1 7-3t
ifciJ See advertisement of Charles
CiiBiSToriiER, second page to-'days issue.
JgQT" YVe call the attention of Nebras
ka farmers to the advertisement of Messrs.
Mevj ii &, (Jetzscumahn's new Flouring
Mill, St. Mary, Mills Co., Iowa. From
the known reputation of these gentlemen,
wo predict for them a large share of pub
lic patronage.
We invite ullention to the card
of II. T. Clarke, Forwarding and Coin
mission Merchant, General Land and
Collecting Agent, on the first page of
to-day's paper. Prompt and reliable,
all business entrusted to his care will be
faithfully attended to.
Mr. Arteraas Clarke one of our early
settlers has just returned from Erie Co.
Pa.vhere he has been during the win
ter, and where he succeeded in finding
for himself a wife, whose personal ap
pearanse and manners indicate an early
training, that does credit to her parents,
and we trust is a guarantee that she will
be useful among us as a pattern of moral
worth, which is so necessary to the eleva
tiotfof the sterner sex.
We call the attention of our readers to
the advertisement of Mr. Joseph Bray, on
the next page.
KQFA Fuel Famine. There contin
ues to be prent suffering in many of the
western cities on account of scarcity of fuel.
Thi Louisville Journal says that the last
lMiihel of coal has disappeared from that
mirket. There is a little in the cellars
of th citizens, but none in the yards of
dealers. At Cincinnati, coal has gone up
ti'W nuJ 60 cents a bushel. A town tnee
tin? hns been held; a fuel company organ
ized; a Locomotive purchased and placed
inth Zmasville railroad, for the exclu-
ait9 trin-tportation of coal to the city.
Win tile tha theromometer at zero, the
cnlitbnof the people of Cincinnatti. St.
Louis, Louisville and other western towns
wait be rather unsomfortuble.
Mobmohism ik UTAH.John Hyde,
-an Elder in the Church of the Latter Day
Saints at Utah, having been sent to the
Sandwichlslands on mission to convert the
people there, has renounced the Mormon
faith, and is engaged in exposing its fal
lacies. Polygamy comes in for a thare
in his denunciations, and it timet be con
fessed that it does not look remarkably
well as he paints it, although there is little
doubt but that the picture is true to the
Tootlo & Jackson,
.1. CHANTS, Council Blurt's cily, lows.
Having a Large and Commodious Warehouse
on the Levee at h Council HluITi landing,
pre now prepared (o receive nnd store, all
kind of merchandise and produce, will receive
and pay charges on all kinds of frclgth so
that Steam Boats will not be detained as they
have been heretofore, In getting some one to
receive freight, whn the consignee are absent.
Ru'KRr.Ncr. ! Livermoore it Cooler, S. C.
D.iiL ti Co. and Humphrey, Putt &. Torv, St.
Iiuis, Mo. t Tootle k. Fairlclgh, St. Joseph,
Mo. t J. S. Cheneworth &. Co., Cincinnati Ohioj
W. F. Coiilliough, Burlington, Iowa. I-tf
undersigned having recently taken
refitted the above well-known and
-L and
popular Public House, he trusts by th: strict
studious attention to the wants of "his guesls,
to merit a liberal share of public favor, confi
dence and patronage. His table will be
spread with the hest the market alfirds; and
no pains will be spared to make his guests
agreeably at home and comfort n hie.
Council niulTs, Iowa. nov 13-tf.
Masonic Obituary Notice.
In this city of Consumption on Saturday the
"III fust, Dri Wm. J. Rice, formally oi' St.
1-ouis, aged Hf years.
Tim diciastd 1.U3 only loco a resident
of our lily n few months during which
liuiu ho Ii:i3 niadu' n iK-cp impri's.ioii on
tlio minds of all who Knew liim. As a
professional iiinn hit talents were not ex
celled ly any in the west. As a public
man, lie was always ready to aid in esial -lishinij
principles that were of the utmost
importance to the growth, happiness and
pro.-p. rity of a new place. His loss we
dculpi'o, his memory we revere, and hi."
virtues will live vhil his remains will he
returned to our mother Ivulli. lie has
left a widow and three children to mourn
his loss. His voice will no more he heard
kindly adin"ni:,lii.i hi i little family, set'
tinr before tin in l!. ut example of virtue,
which is so essentially nccessiry tj ensure
happiness and prosperity, tlir.i.rr'i the rug
re. I path of life. His funeral was largely
j attended. His masonic hrcthivn agreea
j hie to his retjiie.'-t buried him with the s l
I emn rites of their order.
j St. Loui i, Ijwa a.i.'l Virginia ;
ipers please
copy. J
Ilombnrdiiieiil of ('anion by Hie
Ilritisli Vlvei.
The intercourse between the llrttish
utithoritii's .and the (jovrrnor of Canton
has for some lime been embarrassed with
growing difficulties:, the result of ihe un
redeemed grievances of Kritis!) merclinuts.
(Jtitlio t.hof ocfober the Chinese author-itit-s
con-sumiiiated their career of arbitra
ry violciico, by seizing a lo.rliu under
llritish colors, and made prisoners of the
crew. 1: ij statid, on goid authority,
that they cut oil' the head s of iour of the
The consul sent in a strong remonstrance
to Veh, the Governor of the ci:y, to which
no answer wai returned. Finding all his
efforts vain a naval force soou appeared
on the scene.
On the 18th nf October. Sir Michael
Seyimw dupatehed from Hon Kong, the
screw corvette FneouiitiT, M guns, and
the steam sloop Sampson, (i, for iVhampoa
in th't first imtance with a laiv f rce of
marines and blue jackets; and iln- slcant
blooi B:.rra:ou!u f jllju c'd wills f.irtherde
tacliinento. The river in front of Canton is rather
broader than the Thames at Loudon
bridge, but the depth of the water does
not exceed two fathoms, while the narrow !
'assages by which access is gained to it
on the eastern side of the island of Wham
poa, have a depth not exceeding a fathom
and a half. The city ts externally guar
ded py five forts, of which two are on the
land side, and two on Pearl river.
These were attacked and taken on the
24th of October. An attempt was then
made by Admiral Seymour to terminate
the difficulty without farther hostilities, but
the Chinese uorernnr would neither give
satisfaction nor grant an interview to ihe
Jinlish Commander. Admiral Seymour i
ihen determined to attack the city. A 1
wall, composed partly of sand stone and I
parliyot hrim, surround canton. It is
about HO feet high and 23 feet thick, and
is mounted with cannon. Against this wall
a fire was directed on the 57th of October
and by the 29th, a practicable breach had . w.h," not exceeding 25 cts. per annum, pro
L.A .k.mi. ...l.;,.l. ,u . ' vuled the subscription be paid strictly in ad-
I' "h ........ u. p.
entered. The Governor s palace, situate
in the south western part of the new city, '
was gained, but appears not to have prov- '
ed a position worth holding, for the troop j
were withdrawn m the evening, with a j
loss of only three killed and twelve woun-'
A farther attempt which was now made
to negotiate proved vain, and it was then
resolved to attack the old inner, or Man-'
chou portion of the city, divided from the
southern, by a high massive stone wall, '
and Containing the garrison of Canton. I
This part of ihe city was bombarded on
the 3d nnd 4tn of November, and on the'
Glli the liarracouta destroyed twenty t iree
int.L-s Anniherinie ,-nl nf rofl.w.i.w
war juiiKs. Anoiner imeryai oi relation
wasinpngramati 10 me . mnese uovernor seven liundred separate Driiinal Maxims and
but at the date of the last accounts from Independent Reflections, with wise saws and
Canton, which had reached Hong Kong, Profound A ph.rism,, which refer to every-1
. , . "Vbody and everything worth referring to, and
no signs of an accommodation was discern-1 especially adapted to the present time, it
able. I will I printed from plates formed by ths
. The imperialist garrison of Canton was ' Sr'ffffi & ZtZf ''" U'9 i
m a very weakened stale. 1 lie Governor
had raised the pay of common soldiers
from 6 to 8 dollars a month. Kawelin-foo
the capital of the adioinin!? province of
Kwangsi, was closely invented tyiiie in-
surgents, who, it was thought would prub-
ably attack the Manchou governor a soon
as his new embnrias'iiKits U'taine
To the Public, and will reader
To tht wauls of HIS C.VKSTS.
.1. T.
Bellevue, Oct. 2.1, IS.jIi.
Bollovuo, TXT. nc.
II WING removed into our large new store,
on Main street, we are now enabled to oiler to
the Citizen of Douglas county, one of fie
Largest, Cheapest and lies; Selected Stock of
Goods, opened in litis city, cuasi i.'iug in
part of
Dry Qoods,
Hats & Caps, .
Provisions, &c,
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.
Bellevue, Oct. 23, l.itl. 1-tf
(eorge Jennings Proprietor.
THIS limine is nituntetl in Uie pp.ifmntiHt
rtart r.P ItoiUv ip. hi n ifnl nnt hnnlHiv
ocatiou and commands a view of country,
which for lieiuly cannot be excelled in thi.i
Territory. U 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
niS TABLE. .
Will always be supplied with all the delicacies
the market alliirds.
Attached to this lintel h an excellent
which we shall always have attended by com
petent and faithful Ostlers.
Hellevue, Oct. 2:t, 1S5U. 1-tf
Evi:hv Weuxckday Morning.
We take this occasion to announce to Farm
ers throughout the country, that it is the in
tention of the Editor anil Proprietor of the
'Oerinantown Telegraph," not only to con
tinue as nerotoioro me Agricultural jjepart- i :
r..K r.P l.ia ..onni. l...t a ... I , , I ... , .. 1 .1 I
mink ui ill.? J ' I ' ""i- " "' Mini jr iu it-.ia tir
its character and value by all the means at
command. All necessary space shall be pro
vided for a full record of Agricultural Details
and a full development of every branch of the
Farmer's Pursuit. He will in future, as he
has always heretofore, aim to bo practical,
and to be of real and substantial advantage
to husbandry. His course, also, will continue
to be thoroughly independent, end wholly im-
biassed by any other motives than those he
concedes to be promotive of the true interest
of Agriculture in its broadest meaning. Neither
Individuals, cliques, societies, or any other in
fluence shall swerve him from the path of
right and duty.
Farmers, throughout the country, who ds
sire a Newspaper, issued weekly, and equal
to any other family news and literary journal
published, which makes Agriculture' a speci
ality, will find the "Germantown Telegraph"
to fulfill every condition, and to render It en
tirely unnecessary for them to subscribe for a
periodical exclusively agricultural.
Practical Horticulture, Pomology and Gar-
generally, will meet with parUcular
As a Literary and News Journal it shall
not be surpassed by any in the country.
Neatly printed on good paper, of the largest
class, it shall continue to be one of the hand
somest newspapers of the day.
Every Family, in town or country, whether
they" lake other papers or not, will find the
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' cral benefit, twice the amount of subscription.
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Or a collection of Social, Moral and Intellec
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This undoubtedly will be the most interest-
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GEO. . GROKCT. Publish-.-. !
hi Dock St.. Philadelphia.
Country piper choosing to copy the aIoe,
will recive the book, poi'.-paid. j
TIN". S ibscriber resjrctfully invites Ibe at
teiitlon of purchasers, lohis large and Kplendiil
stock of (mmmIs, consisting of
All of which he warrants of Ihe be it descrip
tion, nnd bounht expressly for Ibis market.
He lias nlso a well selected stock of
Made nTler the LATI'ST FASHIONS, of the
ENCED WORK M EN. all of which lu sell
Hellevue, Oct. 2:1, 1-tf
Boot C.C3 SllOO
r M. I1ARTAY, would respectfully r
tf . inlorni Hi:! liiliaiiiiani oi neiievne
and vicinity, that he has commenced
to Manufacture
Of all description", from the finest finish to
the coarest imke. Employing none but the
best workman, he will be able to warrant nil
work done nt his establishment.
j,"Th'- highest cash jiriee paid, In trade,
rr nil descriptions or RAW HIDES,
llrlleviie, Oct. lit), HM. 2-tf
scriber ia Hellevue, SIX tiOOD MA
SONS, to whom (,OOI) WAOES, nu.l CON
STANT Employment, will bo given.
nellevue, Oct. 2.1, 18:U. 1-tf
Wholesalo & Retail "Merchant,
II AS just received and now has for sale, a
large assortment of selected merchandise
adapted to the wants of all in this new and
thriving community, which he can sell asc heap
ns can be otl'ered elsewhere so high upon the
Missouri river. His goods have been selected
by an experienced purchaser, with special
reference to tlio circumstances and wants
all classes of settlers in a new country. La
dies and gentlemen, 'children and youth, nil
can be supplied. Call and see for yourselves.
His stork consists of the following, among a
great many oilier articles he cannot now enu
merate : Among his
Dry Goods,
May be found Woolen and Satinet Clo'hs.
Cassinols, Tweeds, Cashmeres, Liuseys,
Flannel, Red, White, (jray and lllue, Caspian
I'laiils, Cotton Ouods, Sheetings and Shirtings,
llleaclied and L'nlile.iclie.l, Hlui ami White,
Drillings, (Jsnabuij;, Bed-Ticking, Hickory
Checks, &e., ike.
Fancy (ioods.
A beautiful assortment of fancy prints of
every variety of ' vie and pattern. Ginghams,
Lawns, .Figured Alpacca, Douiha.iucs, Hom
bayetls, Shawls; Scarfs Handkerchiefs, Neck
erchiefs, Crape, Muslin, Edgings, Ribbons,
A well selected it ck ot S immer, Fall and
i Winter Clothing, consisting in part of fine
j Dress Coats, Pants and Vests; also, good
I nummer iiounngoi an descriptions, and Heavy
T Clothing for Fall and Winter use. Also, Shirts,
I Knit Flannel Drawers and Undershirts. Socks.
Mens' and Hoys' Hats and Caps, of va
rious fashions, oualuies and prices. Hunts &
Kllfiea tlliplf n nil thin ftrdiahml n ltd iltmrdi linil
of every description, for Men, Women, ami j
Children's use.
Crushed, Clarified. Loaf and prown Sugar,
Molasses, Syrup Molasses, Golden Syrup,
Superior Tea, Rio and Java Coflce, Sassafras,
Ginsrer. Penner. Cloves. Soice. Cinnamon.
ground Ginger, Nutmegs, Snull), Tobacco,
j Cigars, Pipes, Soap, Caudles, Vinegar, Pickles
Pepper-Sauce, &.c, Jtc
. Provisions.
A large assortment of Flour, of various
qualities and prices : Corn Meal and all the
various products of the Farm and Garden;
i Hacon, Fish, jiila dried Apples, Peaches,
Currants, Raisins, Kc.
Stoves of various patterns, for Cooking anj
. Heating rooms, S!ove-pipe and Elbows, larg
and small Iron Kettles, Frying Pans, Skillets
1 J ..... I I ck....l. ...J T m .....
. lUf Knrk.;8cythe(l. Shovel, and Spades, Lo
and irace I'lriins, Axes, Hammers, Pincers
Iron and Steel, Nails, Horse-Rasps, Files
Saws, Knives and Forks, Pocket Knives, Ha
xors, llutts and Screws, Door Handles, Kuo
Locks, tc, &.c.
A general assortment kept for household
Wash-tubs, Sliakcr Pails, Wood and Zinc
j Leather.
Sole Leather, Harness Leather, Cowhide,
j Kip Skins, Calf Skins, Linings and Morocco,
. Saddles, Undies, Mailers, Lariats, Circingles,
I Helty-bands, Driving-lines, Collars, Hack-
straps, uiruis, Ulind-uridles, S-c, .V.
A general assortment of M-dicines, for
Fevers, Fever and Ag ue, and the common
complaints of the country. Cook's, Lee's,
Sippnnytou's, Bragg'i unrf Jaynes' Pills, Qui
nine, Tonics, and various kinds of Stimulants,
Anodynes, Li.iimeiits, and other articles neces
sary for the sick and the Invalid. 1-tf
Greene, Weare Sc Benton,
and Land Agents, Council Mull's, Iowa.
Notes and Hilts collected and remitted to any
1 part of the United S'ates.
Money received on
oeposit, nnu interest allowed, r.astern or
Southern Drafts furnished in -.n to suit pur-
efiasers. Land Dirire funds paid for Currency
or bills of Exchange. Loans effected on good
securi'y. Taxes paid, titles examined, and
Heal Estate bought and sold on Commission.
Lauds entered for selt'ers and time given for
payment. Olllre opposite the Pacific House.
In west lower room of I.anJ Oillce. its i F. S. Jes ip it Vo. W. J.
Harney &. Co., Hankers. Dubuque, Iowa j Cook
&. S'irgent. Hunkers, Davenport, ow Cul
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People's llink. New York City; Ketchein,
Roger A. Hunet , Hanker. New YorkCitvi
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