Bellevue gazette. (Bellevue City, N.T. [i.e. Neb.]) 1856-1858, June 11, 1857, Image 3
BELLEVUE GAZETTE. THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1S57. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Square (12 lines or In) 1st Insertion-- Each subsequent insertion On square, one month " " three months " " six " " " one year Business cards (6 lines or less) 1 year One. column, one year-. One-half column, one year $1 2 4 A 10 00 5 00 ro oo 35 00 20 00 141 00 3.1 00 20 00 10 00 8 00 20 no 13 00 10 00 fourth "ichMnv'lai months . ' half column, six months " fourth " ' ' eiirhth . " column, three month ' half column, three months fourth " " " " eighth " " Announcing candidates for office JOB WORK. ' For eighth sheet bills, per 100 $2 00 For quarter " " 4 00 For naif n (Hi For whole " " " " W 00 For colored paper, half sheet, per 100.. BOO For blanks, per quire, first quire 2 00 r.ecri sunseqneni quire f Cards, per park 1 !0 F.ach subsequent pack 1 00 For Ball Tickets, fancy paper per hun'd a 00 Each subsequent nmirtrei.. 1 o" NOTICE. T. B. Lemon Esq. has been appointed by the Bellevue Gazette Co., agent, to re ceive subscriptions and advertisements, and to settle the out-standing debts of the concern. June 11, 185T. Ileligloiis Notice. There will be preaching every Sabbath, at the School House in this city, by the Rev. Mr. Goss, of the M. E. Church, or others supplying his place to com mence at 1-2 past 10 o'clock, A.. M. fS The Sunday School organized on last Sabbath, together with the Bible class, will meet every Sabbath at the school house, at 9 o'clock A. M Union Sabbath School. The following named persons were elected as officers of the Union Sabbath School, of this city, on last Sunday: President, George Jennings; Superin tend -nt, T. B. Lemmom; Assistant Su perintendent, D. E. Reed; Treasurer, It. Lovejov, and Librarian, Thomas Sarvis. , A Tioneer Bible Class was also form ed, and the Rev. Mr. Hamilton elected teacher of the males and Mrs. Lemmon teacher of the females. In connection with this, we are proud to say, that there is not a spot upon this beautiful and extended Territory that an boast of as good morals as the city of Bellevue. No drunken loafers disgrace our streets, and make night hideous with their bachamdian orgies, but all is peace, quietness and security. We ore glad to see our young ladies and gentlemen take an interest in forming Sunday schools ami Bible classes; it will improve them . socially and intellectually, and fit them to fill the different spheres in which they may be called to act in life's drama, with higher aspirations and nobler views. EfS" Under the head of "New Adver tisements," you will find a notice of C. C. Woolwohth, Esq., publisher of "Nebras ka in 1857." He will mail a copy, post paid, to any part of the United States, on receipt of fifty cents. Something Tfew. Messrs Schimorsky & Botes have opened a Lithographing and Engraving establishment in this city, Office at the old Trading It, near the wharf. Mr. Schimonsky received the premium and medal at the last Missouri State Fair, for the best specimen of Lithographing. He is a practical Topographical Engineer, and is capable of making Maps and Plats without previous drafts, provided he is furnished with a description or field notes, better than any living Surveyor in Oma ha. See advertisement in another column. The Steamers. The Steamers from St. Louis, on the Missouri River, are coming thicker and faster. Since our last issue, eight steam' boats goinsr up the River have landed at our wharf, all loaded down with passer cers and freip-ht. The following are their names and date of passing up: June 4th, the D. A. January and New Monongahela ; 6th, John Warner and Edinburgh; 6th, Omaha; 7th, Emma; 9th, Twilight and J. H. Oglesby. ' We have had this season, thus far, forty-eight arrivals of steamboats as many as arrived last year, up to the 11th of August This fact alone Fpeaks vol umes in regard to the prosperity of the lerntory of Nebraska. The editor of the Wring and Twist, aays he has seen the contrivance which our lawyert use to " warm up with their subject.- He merely says, " It's a glass con cern, and holds about a pint." ffc2f"Inthe rase of Hiiihkhakt, who v to have been triod InM wuuk at Nc braska City, for the murder of Sergeant roiTrs, of the U. S. Army, the Judge deckled that civil jurisdiction did not op- ply in his case, and he was ordered to Fort Leavenworth to tc dealt with ty Court Martini. Five HuNniti:rj Errors. The Eij lish is undoubtedly the noblest of modern tonkin's ; but no other language of n rir ilized people is so badly spoken and writ ten. Errors and inelepancios of the most glaring character abound in the speaking and writing of even our best orators and authors. The mass of tho people, there fore, sin against the genius of their mother-tongue in pood company, and tuny be more readily excused than those whose J? !!! advantages for studying the aunt ' omy of the lunriinge they speak have been greater. JJut errors are errors sun, though committed by an Addison, a Hurke, a Bancroft, or a Webster. No authority ran suspend the fixed rulei of grammar, or cLallge wrontJ int0 right. Genders . 0 1 1 . 11 . 1. an cses modes and tenses, like other facts, are stubborn things; and the most distinguished speakers and writers are, equally with ourselves, amenable to them. 1 J rjen. Sam Houston is the Know Noth- ng candidate for (iovernor of Texas. DIED. On last Thursday morning, June 4th, Sarah Ann Jcua, daughter of T. B. Rtul M. B. Lemon, aired 21 months. The above was a very interesting and prom ising child, and it is a sad bereavement for the parents, who have but lately made this their home; but they have the consolation To '-fondly image a cherub shape, 'Mid a shining angel band, With star-crowned locks and garments With a lilly in its hand. white, PALMER & AVERILL, BELLEVUE STORE. Corner of Jefferson and 27th street, Opposite the Fonienelle Bank, BELLEVUE, NEBRASKA, WOULD RESPECTFULLY call the at tention of the citizens of Bellevue, Sar py count)-, and the surrounding country, to their new and selected siock or DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, GROCERIES & HARDWARE, Which they offer at Wholesale and Retail at prices 30 per cent, lower than ever before of fered In this cllv. We can and will sell Goods as low if not lower than they can be bouirlit in Omaha or HlulF City. Please call and examine for yourselves. PALMER Si. AVERILL. Bellevue, May 23, 1837. A FINE FARM FOR SALE. THE undersigned would respectfully inform the citizens of Bellevue and tiie public gener ally, that he wishes to sell his farm, which is situated on the Watte river, in Harpy County, And consists of 320 acres. 2-20 acres of this land is fenced with boards, and cedar posts 40 ai res is broken, and half a mile from this in 70 arreii of as gofot timber as can be- found in the Territory. This farm is situated on the Stage Road from Omaha 'to Nebraska Citv. the Platte River Ferrv being right on the'place. It is altogether as desirahle a lo cation as can be foitndorr the Platte River, ami for richness of Soil, and convenience of Wood and Water unsurpassed by any- in the Terri tory. For further particulars -apply te the owner on the premises. 1 W. UAHbl L.U. Tailoring ! Tailoring I The undersigned begs leave to Inform the citizens of Bellevue and vicinity . that he is repared to du custom work, in the latest 'asliinn and most approved style. He feels cor.fident that his work is unsurpassed East or West ; and by moderate prices respectfully solicits a share of the public patronage. He will always be found ready to receive orders at tne Bellevue Mouse. JOSEPH BRAY Bellevue, N. T. March 11th lK57,tf NEW STORE. S EATON & ROWLES. Bollovao, 3NT. T. HAVING removed Into our larjre new store, on Main street, ws ore now enabled to offer to the Citizens of. Douglas conntv, one of the Largest, Cheapest and best Selected Stock of Goods, ever opened in this city, consisting iu art of iry Goods, Groceries, Qneensware, Stoveware, Hardware, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, -Hats & Caps, Woodenware, , Provisions, &c, Thankful for the liberal patronage hereto fore extended to us. we earnestly nulicit its continuance, feeliug confident that the quality and pries of our goods, cannot fail to please. S EATON fc ROWLES. Bellevue, Oct. 23, lHoo. 1-tf BELLEVUE HOUSE. THE PROPRIETOR OF TnE ABOVE LARGE AND POPULAR HO T E L , OFFERS EVERY To the Public, and will reader Assmroi s ATTEXTIO.V To the wards of It IS GUESTS. J. T. ALLEN. -1-tf Bellevue, Oct. 23. ISVi.- st. Miity aihuutkoems. KUHL & KAYSER, St. Mary, MillaCountV Iowa. NEW STORE. NKW FIRM, NEW CMDODS. WF. would respectfully announce to the poc'iile df Mill and 'adjoining counties, that we have located ourselves in the new Brick store on the corner of Front street and Sire's Avenue, in St. Mary, and now have on hand A full and well selected stock of TVoxv Goods, adapted to the wants of this community, con- em ntu or GROCF.R1FS. DRY GOODS, ' HARDWARE. HATS CAPS. BOOTS fc SHOES. DRl'ftS fc MEDICINES, OII.Si CLOTH INC, FANCY coons, FURNITURE, PAINT, LIQUORS, WINDOW-CLASS, BASIL c, fcc. We arc determined to sell to cash cuslo mers lower than nnv other establishment In ' ..... . i this portion of the State. An examination of our stock and prices will be all that Is neces sary to convince you or Hie ract. look out MAMMOTH BRICK STORE!!! FRONT STREET, ST. MARY. CV" All kinds of country produce taken in excliHiice for Goods. no5-tf. KUHL & KAVSLK. P. A. SARPY, Wholesalo & Retail Merchant, CORNER Or MAIN AND RRKGOBV STREETS, ST. MARY, IOWA. HAS just received and now has for sale, a larire assortment of selected merchandise adapted to the wants of all in this new and thriving community, which he can sell asc heap as can tie ottered elsewhere so uigli upon tne Missouri river. Ills goods have been selected by an experienced purchaser, with special reference to the circiMiistances and wants of all classes of settlers in a new cottntry. La dies and gentlemen, children and youth, all can be supplied. Call and see for yourselves. His stock consists of the following, among a great many other articles he cannot now enu merate : Among his Dry Good, May be found Woolen and Satinet Cloths, Cassinets, Tweeds, Cashmeres, Liuseys, Flannel, Red, White, Gray and Blue, Caspian Plaids, Cotton Goods, Sheetings and Shirt inca, Bleached and Unbleached, Blue and While, Drillinics, Osnabuig, Bed-Ticking, Hickory Checks, &.C., &c. Fancy Hoods. A beautiful assortment of fancy prints of every variety of style aud pattern. Ginghams, Lawns, Ficured Alpaeca, Bombazines, Mom bayetts. Shawls, Scarfs Handkerchiefs, Neck erchiefs, Crape, Muslin, Edgings, Ribbons, &c, tc. nothing, A well selected stock o Summer, Fall and Winter Clothing, consisting in part cf fine Dress Coats, Pants and Vests j also, good Summer Clo' Line of all descriptions, and heavy Clothing ftr Fall and Winter use. Also, Shirts, Knit Flannel Drawers and Uudershirts, Socks, &.c. Mens' and Boys' Hats and Caps, of va rious fashions, qualities and prices. Boots & Shoes, thick and thin, polished and unpolished, of every description, for Men, Women, anu Children's use. Groceries. Cmshed, Clarified, Loaf and Brown Sugar, Molasses, Syrup Molasses, Golden Syrup, Superior Tea Rio and Java Colfea, Sassafras, Ginger, Pepper, Cloves, Spice, Cinnamon, ground Ginger, Nutmegs, Snufbi, Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes, Soap, Candles, Vinegar, Pickles Pepper-Sauce, &.o., &,c. ; Provisions. A large assortment of Flour, of various qualities and prices; Corn Meal and all the various products or the Farm and Garden; Bacon, Fish, Kiln dried Apples, : Peaches, Currants, Raisins, &c. Hardware. Stoves of various patterns, for Cooking and Heating rooms, Stove-pipe ami Elbows, larg and small Iron Kettles, Frying Pans, Skillets Hand-Irons, Shovels and Tongues, Ma mire a n1 Hay Forks, Scythes, Shovels and Spades, Lo ana Trace Chains. Axes, Hammers, Pincers Iron and Steel, Nails, Horse-Rasps, Files Saws, Knives and Forks, Pocket Knives, Ra zors, Butts and Screws, Door Handles, Knob, Locks, Ice, &c. i in ware. A general assortment kept for hougehofc purposes. uooanare. Wash-tubs, Shakers Pails, Wood and Zinc Washboards. Leather, Sole Leather, Harness Leather, Cowhide, Kip Skins, Calf Skins, Linings and Morocco, Saddles, Bridles, Halters, Lariats, Circlngles, Kclty-nancis, jjnvins-lines, collars, Hack straps, Girths, Blind-bridles, &c, Medicines. A general assortment of Medicines, for Fevers, Fever and. Ague, and the common complaints of the country. Cook's, Lee's, o . . . rj . 1 , n n. r'"." Sn ;tr7":; R M - Anodvnes. Liniments, and other articles neces - . . .. sary ox the sick and the Invalid. 1-tf THE MISSOURI E1TEE AND IOWA STONE COMPANY. AT ST. MARYS, MILLS CO., IOWA, ARE prepared to furnish Western Iowa and Nebraska uiUi SAM), GKAVKL, LIME, fc bill L of every i variety, size and shape, They liny facilities ! for quarrying ANY QUANTITY, that may ue nreueu, anu hiwo uut'iiu 10 make BRICK. WATER LIME, &C. 100 Laborers REFER AM-ES; ! CiiovrEAU Ja, Co., Sr. Loui. Greene, kas, fc Bintom. Col'NCIL BlVKKS. All orders should be addressfd to JXO. W. ANTHONY, SfsrTAHv. St. Marys, March 15th, 1857. 21tf. If. MEVr.R. A. CtTzrHM ANN. Meyer & Getzschmann's aplourlns JMm. The nndert'pned beg 1 vn to inform the citizens of the adjoining cojnt:es in Nehrsska, that they sre building a lie v FLOURING MILL, with two run of B'irrs, at ST. MARY, MILLS CO., IOWA. to be in operation on the 1st of Angit. t.V7. Farmers will do well to raise plenty cf Wheat, ' as we are prepared to pay the highest prices In ;is'i. I ?V Br!n wi!l e!s- bt c::t-.i by tl.3 po pt U t.is rf t! e ' T. MARY Eul'.tt'ERY, nt '! t r.t brrrrst. i r jr. ' oMiui AiiKRTisr.:i:rs. , 1. A. JONtS. (1KO. W. WHUH. TIIE LARGEST Drug & Chemical Houso IN T II K WEST. OMAHA C1TY.NE11R SK. TERRITORY JONES & WOOD, Wholesale aud Rltail Dsalcri in Drurs, . . . i Chemicals, r Talnti,; ; v ; u , . Oils, Dve Slufli, "Window Glass, Wines, ' ( , Llnuors, , ' ( Cicirs, Tohucco, AiC. Vc. Ac. Having pun-based the eiitlr stock of DRUGS and FANCY G0OD3 formerly be lotiRinR to C. A. Henry . Co., together with our own full purchases, w are now enabled to oiler the public as complete nn assortment of DRUGS nml FANCY GOODS as can he found west of the Mississippi river. Our stock Is of magnitude cnouch to supply the whole NMiraska trade ( and liSving been pur chased under the most favorable circum stances, we feel assured In our statement, it t . g- t I ........ i: i -...i mai u rine wooun, nn irs.uus Hmmn jr. Him,- Ity atul price, are anv otieci to mose neamiu In DRUGS and MEDICINES, we can oiler these inducements to a greater extenlthan any other bouse in the West, Country Merchants and Physicians are requested to examine our stock before purchasing eisewnere rmf JONES A. WOOD. ANOTIII'R GRAND ENTERPRISE! 1000 PAIRS Eastern Boots & Shoes SELLING AT COST AT THE OMAHA CITY Boot and Shoo Store, To make room for my own manufacture. Also. a good assortment, of Ladies' and Gents' Rubber, Overs and Sandals of A. No. 1 quali ty, at a very small advance, together with a f'oinuleta assortment of work of my own man ufacture, Including Ladies' and Gents' Bulla lo Overs. Also, a well selected Slock of Leather and Findings. F. 8. Every style bf Boot or Shoe made to order, as usual, and warranted easy, rasnion- able and durable, no 13-tf. W. flENRY STARK NEW GOODS! NEW STORE!! rUIF. undersigned have opened, at their new X store on Douglas street, opposite the hanks, a new and splendid assortment of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, BOOKS, ST ATlONERY.fcc. Our stock of Dry Goods comprises all kinds of LADIES', GENTLEMEN'S and CHILD REN'S DRESS GOODS, ' ALL KINDS OP DOMESTICS and everything that is requisite to make up a complete assortment of Dry Goods. We have a large lot of Clothing that is wcl 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 nnd Shoes is the larsrest ereroilered to the citizens of Nebraska. They are purchased directly from the manufac turers, and are of the very best quality. Our goods are all new, and recently pur chased in the Eastern cities, and we intend sellii.j them at astonishing low prices. All the citizens of Omaha and vicinity are re quested to call and examine our stock, as they will find it to their interest to do so. PV" We study to please. no. 10-tf PATRICK & CO. W. II. STABK, U, W. HEPBURN, NEW . Boot and Shoe Store,"' On FARNHAM Street, Opposite the Ex- , change "Bank. ' ' W. H. STARK & CO., Would respectfully inform the ladies aud gen tlemen of Omaha and vicinity, that they have on hand and are manufacturing a complete stock of BOOTS AND SHOES, Of the best quality, and warranted; compri sing the following, viz: Ladies' Fine Lace and Congress Gaiters. . ' Kid Bootees and Congress Garter. " clippers and Parodi Ties. Heavy Morocco and Calf Bootees. i. Misses " .-... Childs' " . Gents' Sewed Kip and Calf Boots. " Pepged . u Fine French or Pump Boots. ! - ' " Waterproof and Qiulted-Bottom Bools. " Patent Calf Boots. . " Oxford Ties and Gaiters. ' " Kip and Calf Shoes. Boys' and Youths' Kip Boots and Brogans. All of which are made of th best material trie the market affords. Our facilities for select- i ? rvd In Eastern cities, and we .,, if .I i at i in' tl v understood that we .. - j Warrant Every Artiole Wo SelL We have the best nf workmen in our eni ploy. Every style of Boot or fchos made to order, and warranted an eaeyand fashionable ht. Kespectrutiv, no 13-tf W. H. STARK & CO. I'SAN'K I.. KEMP. WILLIAM raoDSHAM JSTew York OUN AND JEWELSY STORE. KEMP tc FRODSllAM, DEALERS in Clocks, Wstches. Jewelry, Musical Instruments, Ritlee, 8hot Guns, 1 and Pistols. I CLOCKS, i 1rt v hnur anil 4 r)tf Ha v Mrwl a nf K two ! beat manufactories in the' Union; steamboat nn,l ntfiee nrin rWk ,. ' ' . GUNS, i Single and double shot Guns, from five to fifty dollars; Rifle, of our own make; also, ' Eastern make; Pist ls of all kinds; pistol flasks, shot bags, wadding and wad cutters; i common and water-proof caps; colt's caps, I and numerous o'.her articles suitable for the 1 Western trade, which neither time nor space will allow to enumerate. ' ft All of the above articles sold on the most reasonable terms. Repairing done to I urdtr at short notice. ' no 0-tf. i Omaha Citv, N. T. ' ' BELLEVUE, May 20, 1857. Found in inv Nigsv, placed there by some unknown person, a Lady's WORK BASKET, containing some articles of value to tbe owner. On the in.icr leaves of R Bible Is printed F.. M. Daniels, and also E. M. Thornton. The owner is requested to make herself known and receive the property. GWYF.R. FIRST ARRIVAL of Tin: rr.lt STKAMKIt ST. MAltY'S. THE undersigned takes pleasnrs Inatmnmi fin to the rltltens of Bellevut and Harpy County In general, that they nave receive,! per Stesmer St. Mary, large and splendid stock of Groceries consisting in part of Tea, ... . CoflToe, Sugar, Molasses, Fish. Bait, , Cheese, Crackers, Soap, Oysters, Liquors, Figs, Rasins, siard inss', Candy, lrnKs, Oils, Paints, Brushes, disss, Stone Ware, tec. A.C THEY would also sail particular attention to their superior stork of preserved mills consisting of goosherries, Rhubarb, Quinces, Peaches. Ann es. Currants and mixe.i rnius. Also their stock of fresh CAN OYSTERS and SARDINES which they can warrant of superior quali'y. They would also Inform Sportsmen that . t . I.. ... HAIIT i r.. IS 1 n1. iney nave a inrce supply oi rw n 'i.i, onui. LEAD and CAPS. Slid that they will find their store .1 superior place to provide the ne cessaries of a hunting excursion, all of which they wi se 1 cheap for CASH Also a large and splendid assortment of French and American Perfumery, consisting In purt or Pomades, Cologne, Soaps etc. WATTLES fc PIKE. Bellevue, April tlth, 1857; 2'-tf. I AM HERE, FAIRLY located in Bellevue, and am d ter mined to stay here too, (that Is if the cttir.ens or Itellcvue give me some encouragement; i I have iust niirchased a fine lot of paints brushes and sundries beloncinir to J. T. White, and am prepared to do all work, that the Citi zens or llellevue and vicinity may see in to en trust to me, such ns HOUSK. SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTINC, GRAINING, M ARBLEIN 5, &.C., In all Its various branches, and In the neatest, latest and most appropriate style. Call on ms I I'll guarantee You won't be disappointed. For what I do I promise you Is well done 1 That's decided I PAPER HANGING Executed in the neatest style, f t?" Paints mixed to order, and for sale. P. WEIDMAN. rou SALE. LOT 7, Elo'k 2f" T, t , Block 2.V1 j Lot 7 Block 190 1 Lot in, Block 177; L-t 2. Block 2 IS s Lot L Block 12 : Lot 10. Block !W t Lot 3. Block 242 t Lot t). Block 133 Lot 4. Block 68 1 Lot 2. Block 135 i Lot 8, Block 72 J Lots 10, 11 an . Yit block ill, in ucuevue nty, For terms enquire of HOLLOW .Y fc KELLER, lb llevne House, April 30, 1357 2ti-tf .1. II llltOH., ATTORNEY AM) COtXCCLOR AT LAW GENERAL LAND A 3 EOT, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, rtttthmouih. Cats Co. 'X. T. ATTENDS to business In ar.y of the Courts of this Territory. Particular attention paid to obtaining and locating Land Warrants, col lection of debts, ane taxes paid. Letters of inquiry relative to any parts or trie territory answered, if accompanied with a fee. REFERENCES i Hon. Lyman Trumbull, U. S. S. from Illa.j Hon. James Knox, M. C. " - Hon. O. H. Browning, Quincy, " lion. James W. Grimes, Governor of Iowa. Hon. H. P. Bennett, Dl to C. from N. T. Green, Wearefe Benton, Council Bluff. I. Nuckolls fc Co., Glenwood, Iowa. 23tf. TIuffinan'B Stage Line. BELLEVUE, ST. MARYS rCT2 A?fl.?OB2l 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 trie 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. Josciib Stages, and at Glenwood with the various lines from the Mia sissjppl to the Missouri Rivers. Travelers on this Line will find every con venience and accommodation, to make their trips pleasant and speedy. Comfortable Coarnes, carerui unvcrj ana well-red Horses. noS-tf. ROBERT HUFFM V. SfRlMi ARRlVGLMEYiY Regular Packet for Kansas. Leavenworth, Weston St. Joseph, Savannah, Iowa Point, ehr.sk a City, Bellevue, Council Bluff, Omaha and Florence. rym THE new and elegsut Tassencer Steamer FloreriOO, J. Throck- - JCSECf i iiioi ton, Master, J. E. Gormae, Clerk, will commence her trips as a reguUr packet in the above trade, on the opeuinK of iiavifra'ion in ttie spring, aud will remain In it throughout the season. The Florence having been built under the superintendence f the uneersijned, expressly for the trade, is of extraordinary strength, and well adapted to it in every particular. A rea sonable share of the patronage of shippers, and the public rnerallv, is respectfully soli cited. , J. THROCKMORTON, Master. J. E. Coast ah, Clerk, SEASOX ARRANGEMENT. Regular Packet for Kansas, Nebraska City, Bellevae, Ceil eil Bluffs, Omaha, add Florene. fK THE new nd lcant Steamer Muune-ha-ha, Capt. Charles fcsS3ser- Baker, Mister, Hutchinson, C!rk, will run as a reubr packet, to Lbs sbov and all intermediate points on ths Mis souri river, and persons can relv upon ber con tinuing iu tbe trade regular y during tbe season. Tbs Min-ns-ha-b is an entirely new boat, built expressly for the Misouri River trade, and being fitted up in ths lattst and most a p. proved style, her officers feel confidents that s't'let attention to the comforts of Passengers, and to business, will tnak her tb favorite' b't in the trade. CnAS. BAKER. Msster. Hutchinson. Clerk. It. T CisrV, Afvi.t. 2i TUST AKKIVLD, taree quantity of I J FI OOKINC. and SIDING, and (or bv . R-.'f ; I! 1. rt. WKF. GREAT EXCITEMENT!!! AN E N i l HE STOCK OF NEW GOODS. (I.KVHU AiLH millC L SIMIKKS Have received ind opened st their new store, In the rear and near to ids jieinvun House, In Bellevue. the v a. ttJ "r-i l m .1 Stork nf Goods ever brought to Dellruf which they will sell for cssh at prices far be low those at which goods havs beta offered heretofore. Ws don't Intend to follow the blghfalutfii stvls of some In their advertisements, but stats the plain truth when ws say that our Goods were purchased at such prices, that wo defy competition, and only ask purchasers to give ns a call In order to satisfy themselves. (lur stocit consists in pan oi ins loiiowiruj articles t French, Englbh and American Clu'hs, Caaslmeroa Tweeds, Sattlnetls, Kentucky Jeans, Bed Ticking, Plaid Lhseys, Flannels, ke.t ke. Every variety of Fashlonabls DRESf GOODS, American and English Prints, fee. A Inree assortment of HATS, CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES, of every variety and StylSr Hardware. Our stork of this is large and complete. GLASSWARE and QUEENSWARE. Window Glass or all Sizes. Of everv description, such as Huear, CofTet. Ripe, Tobacco, Kejjare aud Snuff, Candles and 9oap. We have made arrangements to have a su perior article of FLOUR always on band. In soncbislon, ws would say come nd fat- Isfy yourselves. .no39-tf. Hol For Frosh Water. THE nndersl.ned respectfully Informs tbt Inhabitants of Bellevue and the enrroundlnr; country, that he Is prepared to dlr and finish. WELLS AND CISTEEN8, At the shortest notice, and on the most rst- sonnhle terms. V. A, LOGAN. Bellevue, Oct. 23, IBM. 1-tf Corn Meal! Corn Meal It IpRESH cround for sale at the Bellevus ' Steam Saw and Grist Mill, known as Al iens Mill. Wood choppers and Mill hs.ls want . d. C1IAS. CHILD-. April 30, 1837. 20-tf , ' HEAL ESTATE FOB SALE. 30 LOTS IN BELLEVUE. AUo SHARES BELLEVUE STOCK. Ao ELK HILL ADDITION do JUNCTION CITY. Eor further particulars enqu-ro of T. M. McCORD, At the Foiilcnello Bank. Bellevue. April 18, 1S57. 26-tl 8 TON E M A8CT N AND iPlasteror. rilllE Undersigned having commenced the X. ahoye business In Bellevue, Is prepared to do all work in his line, at the shortest no tice, in the best manner, and on the most ra sonal.le terms. WM. WILEY. (JtT" Four or five (rood Plasterers, will And constant employment, and pood wages, on ap plication to the' ahove. Bellevue, Oct. 80, lB5rt. 2-tf rpiIE Proprietor of the above Sa-j? (T JL loon, takes prest pleasure InNkjJ'V announcir.ir to the public, that he is i now prepared to serve at all Lours, and in tbe Leal manner, WARM OR COLD MEALS, OYSTERS, COOKED IN EVERY STYLE. SARDINES, PIOS FEET, PICKLED TONGUE, ROILED EGGS AND GAME IN SEASON, Together with every thing that is usually found In FIRST CLASS Refreshment Saloon. Having had considerable experience in ca tering for the public taste, be is sure that all who favor him with a call, will be satisfied. CHARLES JOHNSON. ' Bellevue, Oct. 23, 1H.Vi. 1-tf CIRCULAR. to tiie land orriCKas in tHB TEaaiToan Or MISNCSOTA, KANSAS AND MESBASKA. BY ioint resolution of Congress, approved March, 1S37, valid pre-emption claims on the Kith and 3ith sections, heretofore reserved for schools, in the Territories of Minnesota, Kansas and Nebraska, will be recognized WlltSE THE SETTLEMENT HAS BEEN, OH MAT BE MADE ralOB TO THE SORVEV. 1st. In cases where tbe approved plat of survey has not yet been returned, the declara tory statement must be filed within three MONTHS AFTER THE RECEIPT 0T SCCH Af- rsovrn flat at the district ernes. 2d. Where the plat is now in tbe Register's Office, the declaration must bs filed within three months from ths r rst publication or THIS CIRCULAR IN 0WB DISTRICT. A failure to comply with this requirtacn', will woik forfeiture of the claim. THOS. A. HENDRICKS, ' n 3'VSw Commissioner. ' Entering Town Sitet. The following correspondence will show that the act of the last Legislature of ths Territory, designating the County Commis sioners as lite proper persons to enter Town Sites, is not recognized by the Commissioner of the Land Office. It is a question of doubt whether the Judges of Probate, or the United Mates Judges, can be regarded as "Judges of the County Court." As soon as that doubt is removed, notice will be given. In the mean tiro no entering of towns not Incorporated can be made. A copy of the act of the last Legislature will be placed iu tbe bands of .tbe Commis sioner, and, under ths circumstances, tb en tries already rnsde mat be confirmed. JOHN A. PARKER, Register. Land Office, May 19th, IS57. extract of a letter TO THE tOtlMttStOKtB V THE LAND OrflCE, tUTed Land Orrtcs. Omaha, April 15, 18M. , Under tbe "act of twenty-third May, 1844," tb '"Judges cf the County Court" are f iveo the authority to enter -Town Sites." In tbt ! T;T" tn1iir thf r re"..Ve.h.?cr,..s J,ld vi vum wumtiy vvun," uui Ml KII lurv u e recognized lb "County Commissioners as the proper person to enter "Town Sites," and we bsve, in view of the eplrrt of tb law. permitted such ntrics, la hop that it wiij meet tbe appix&Uie oi tb DcpartiacoV. I Verr rtrpee'fully, your obed'nt servant, , ,TO?V .. rRKFR. Herir.