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A. BTBICKLAHD 0.,
R. 8. M'EWBW, EDITOR.
BELLEVUE, N. T.
THURSDAY, JUNE IS, 13.7.
roR MtroAtr to coscarss,
r.EN. LEAVITT L. BOW EN.
propeity of the present occupants and Irl"Bnlc lo C mures,
claimants. Th suit was carried lo a The day m fnst nppr.u-liiiij when we
. . . . ... . , r i i will l u i a n to vole Ir a Delegate
higher conn. .nJ there w0 believe failed i Kai. im Lcpisatimf l0
on account of tho rrpcol of tho statute of ,ll8 Territory .f NehraUn for two years,
llin Territory, Roverninj cases of this a nl it lieliooves us all to see thut a nmn is
kind. Then the query again recurs, selected who will lie a credit to the Ter
who owns the Xehrauki.m Press ? The I "lry' wil' propt-rly represent its interest.
... , .Li I ,U w'"me incorruptible integrity we
,..,.:.,.. .n.Mg n.. . , ... r rill (11r (nti sK.n ft
very early day in tho liiMory of this Ter
ritory, dragged this press and type hun
dreds of miles across tho Western Suites,
through the mud to Nebraska. This II.
H. Chnpman, when running fur Delegate
at the first election in this Territory, told
every second man he talked with, thnl he
did n4 own the Tress. Did he tlninx to
own this Tress when hi urged that the
firt public printing should be given to it !
Do not honorable gentlemen, now living
in Oinahn, who were members of the
first Legislature of Nebraska, vote for
the public printers, Sherman & Strickland,
totcly on the ground that Tiir.r were the
owners of the Tress, and would be the
recipients of the profits? Was it not
published to the world in said paper that
Sherman and Strickland were its owners
and proprietors ?
We know that Mr. Sherman still
claims the ownership of this Tress, and
we have every reason to believe from
what we know of him, as an honorable,
high-toned gentleman, of stern integrity ;
formerly a resident of our Territory, and
now the District Attorney for I'ottawala
mie County, Iowa, that what he would
state in candor would be consistent with
truth, and we are from these premises
doubly sure, that from the personnl know
A Word In Mason
Squatters of Nebraska ! you who came
here early you who hare foregone the
pleasures and luxuries of an eastern life
since thu organization of tho territory
who have endured tho toils, cores and pri
vations incident to a pioneer life you
will soon be called upon to cast your votes
for a Delegate to represent your interests
at Washington. ' Tonder well before you
vote. You have witnessed the humilating
spectacle for the last two years, of having
your dearest rights and best interests mi
rrprtHrJeJ, ly a non-resident of the terri
tory man who never received a major-
ity of the votes of the people of the terri
torywho never was tin ted to Congress
who never had any interest or sympa
thy in common with you and whose sole
aim and only ambition, was to fatten upon
' Tpsl:c Tivrde. Are you again pre
pared to witness this most debasing and
humiliating scene f Will you vote for B.
B. Chapman, to again debase this high
position f He came to 'his territory at its
first election, three years ago and asked
your votes; you refused them, and he was ledge, Mr Sherman had of this B. B.
defeated. Ho returned to his quiet home Chapman, before and since they saw Ne
in Elyria, Ohio, unnoticed and unknown braska, that he would be the last man to
and lived there with his family, until just place himself as sponser in the sum of
thirty-eight days before another Congres. Jen Thousand dollars for the honesty of
Mono! race, two years ago. Then, with Jj. B. Chapman !
his wife and a single trunk, he made Again, we are not willing to believe
his appearance again in Nebraska, and that the editor a simple agent who re-
had the unblushing effrontery to solicit ceives a salary for the services he per-
lona-fide residents and actual settlers to forms, would jeopardize his responsibility
vote for him, in order that this territory in the sum of Ten Thousand dollars in
might have the 'eminent services of a fifth such a cause, wherein the honesty of such
rate Ohio political trickster to represent U trickster of a politician as B. B. Chn-
them in Congress ! thereby excluding man, is his only surety. We are strong
many able and capable men of known y of the opinion that the editor, having
ability and integrity men who had the the past so plainly before him, is a man
nerve, and were willing to moke any sac- of too much discrimination and good iudg-
nfice In common with their fellow squat I nient to take any such risk.
ters for the interests of the tentory and We are then forced to conclude that
men too, who had come in time to " bear tho present claimant, B. B. Chopman,
the heat and burthen of the day. himself, is the individual who " authoriz
It is true, that two years ago, the peo- ej the editor to offer the reward. If so,
pie rejected him by a majority vote and we would rather have the offer backed
it was only by dint of a certain certificate, by some other property 1 But the inlcHi-
to honestly figured up for him, ty an hon- J Bent reader w 11 say, hold ! tre not Brown
board of canvassers, that he defeated ville lots, Kearney City, and Nebraska
the known and expressed withes of the Ciy blocks, Dakotah shares and deeds of
people, and procured his seat. We ask part 0f School Lands, good for so smull
this time, that all squatters anJ early pio- ,0 amoUnt? We answer, in honest
neersof Iebraska, see ti this mattei, k.nds thev would be rood! The cautious
and place in the most emphatic terms their manner jn which the reward is worded.
seal of disapprobation and condemnation Lhows conclusively that it was drawn by
1 1 I . "
upon mis corrupi non-resiueni political n n Chapman. It offers the reward to
juggler! I any one who will prove that he Au" ever
i m -
obtained any city-lots inBrownville," &c,
M We are authorized to offer the above for locating the Land Offices.
reward to any person or persons, who will telligent man, with a full knowledge of
prove that lion. U. U. Cnapman, our late faclSi wh;ch are jn every person's mouth,
VS'"? T' VI T c?s 1 trough the length and breadth of the Ter
.-iiu.l.ttt in lirmvnvillrt- Nebraska I.ilv. nr 1
anv other town, otherwise than bv fair rtory, would make the nice hair-splitting
and legitimate purchase The above re-1 difference in intent where a party agrees
ward will also be paid to any one who will to do a certain thing, which may not to
prove that Mr. Chapman had made any ,eUM Uw been fulfil)?d , We
school sections, bv which h was to re. " heher Mr Chapman agreed
, ceive any portion of their lands, as a com- himself, or by his agent, to take as a con-
pensntion for getting a bill passed for the sideration for his valuable services, lots
relief af said settlers. and blocks iu various cities for doing
llere..acnanceormereuor ,hatwould nlnn done without his
tilliis m correspondents to accora- assistance and what was his duly to do ;
plUh a double object in proving the charg- or whether he actually received a bonus
s they have so industriously circulated, ja advance.' The presumption is, the
to wit : The defeat of Mr. Chapman, and ie, emmci,,,, Wllh him, were men
,Km fr,n exhibited a degree of caution usual
TK W nrrin... .nlrU b. i.Ur. . SM corruption and venality, and
permanent stand at the head of Uie col- greeJ do their P pon condiUont,
umns of the Omaha Mbraskian, and Ae faUWul rr'ormanc
i .- i : amount of corrupt and vecal service,
,npr. l which it h,. .llusion. which we think a certain man has imp
-nulJ .ntrtr-.i the rroDfietv of a more d nie nou6h sk. nJ receive for
.i-tPmpnt. and hfor rrore-dirKT M principle in law that what a man
to present such testimony as would u does by his agent, he does himself. It is
r,.irv tn .oruri, id reward, we have lw principle, or a af deduction id
a right to ask, Who offer, this reward I crn"' th,i wihat W U
Frem the wording of the above article, knowledge of all the fact,
we are led to infer that the reward i. of- " h wM do huusilf- on,y S,ve
fered by the owners, or the pretended b,,n chan
owners, o( ue rress. e Happen to Omaha Cily Times.'
know iLat this press, type, and material The tbove is tile of t iargC neW
composing the same, was claimed to be
owned, but a short time since, by a firm
styled Sherman & Stricklaad, and ih
writ of replevin was issued from the Dis
trict Court, upon a petition sworn to l y
aa agent of one B. B. Chapman, claiming
man inn be found, and ilutt such a man
will bo tlerted, we rnteitaiu but little
doubt; but there is another voint which
the citieiis of Florence, and all parts of
the Territory, outsido of Ouinha city, will
consider, vix: tho selection of one who
can be depended on to represent the views
of tho inojoi ity of the people of the Ter
ritory, iu relation to the location of the
Capitol. We don't want an Omaha man,
or a man under Omaha inlltienre, and to
elect such a man as we need, thero must
be some concert of action. There are
already mnny candidates from different
sections of the Territory in the field, each
with his particular friends to back him
and receiving suthciunt assurances of suc
cess to induce him lo continue the contest
If they all persist in their pretensions, we
may resign ourselves to a defeat. We
can succeed if we are true to ourselves,
but to render this success certain, we must
unite on a candidate.
We therefore would suggest the pro
priety of calling a Convention at some
central point ; Bullevue for instance
there to make a Domination for Delegate
We would be pleased to hear from our
brethren of the press in relation to this,
The above wc clip from tho Florence
Courier, of the 11th inst., and endorse
every word it contains.
The only difficulty in our view is, the
want of a basis to fix the representation
from tho different districts of tho Terri
tory. It is evident that if we desire a
candidate elected, who will faithfully reflect
the will of the actual settlers in Nebras
ka, wo must concentrate upon one outside
of Omaha, and Omaha influence. Against
Omaha as a place, as a city, we have
nothing to say, for it contains a number
of very good and clever men, but its in
famous traitors and corrupt wire-workers
have forced their will upon the settlers of
the country, until the stench arising from
the cess-pool of their iniquity has become
too offensive to be longer endured by an
honest and intelligent people. Their
ephemeral prosperity was conceived and
brought about by fraud and corruption,
and has been sustained nnd bolstered up
by traitors to the best interests of the
Territory, and it is high time for the vo-
tcrs the hard-fisted, hurdwor'ong yeo
manry of the country, lo assert their dig
nity and manhood, by hurling those specu
lating knaves from the places which they
havo disgraced by their treacherous chi
canery, and place in their steud honest
men, who wilt have some regard for the
interests of the whole people.
We refrain from suggesting any definite
mode of procedure in regard to a Con
vention, or, whether vnder existing cir
cumstances, it is best to have one at all
that matter we leave to our brethren of
the press who have been longer in the
field, and who, it is presumed, are belter
acquainted with the wishes of the major
ity of tho citizens of the Territory. In
the mean time we shall hold ourselves
ready for action, and prepare for the
Continents of F.nrth can furnish no rest-
i r - . r ... I:.:
Vnder tho above caption, we see the 1"" l "- "
1 i n mil iltt'K.
following paragraph gmiift the rounds in ' Cap ,5,., McCulloch, the Texian
several newsiwpers, c -pied from the N. ' Haniri-r, and whose very name is a terror
. . ....... 1 . 1 '....... .....i,:
Y. ilrrald. A more silly lai ricat on 1 to evu-uoers, uuvuurs me junuuiamy
.. . . - , r 1 1 1 ' ,f TVrritorv. It has since been de-
could scarcely be conenveu 01 ; nnn uiu we j A n . .1 ... .u
, mj ciUi-a 10 seiHl wen. iiaruey unie mi
believe for a moment that such was the 1 i, , n. .h. r M.ir-
Fair in Omaha City.
TH B Lflfli's' wine Society of Omaha Cit
ill hold a Fair Id the Conprreational Church
1 that placf, on Wrilutudav tvmin. Juno
17th, for the purpose of defraying the expense
of furnishing the Church.
A Supper will be riverain connection will,
the Fair. Doors open at 8 o'clock.
Omaha City. June t, 1K37 lw32
intention of Gov. Walkir, we would
pronounce him a madman and a fool But
to the paragraph :
"Gov. Walker, it appears, has dicov
ercd thnt it would be madness to thrift
the bogus lows of the Territory down the
throats of the people, and theretore pro
poses to lay the proceedings and claims of
both parties before tho next Congress, ac
companying the net with the surrender of
nearly all of ihe present Territory of
Kansas to the Free State part); and with
a small strip of the southern side of Kan
sas and a large slice from the Indian coun
try, the organization of a new Territory
for (he benefit of the Kansas slave State
party. Thus Bobinson, Lane, Brown and
the free State politicians will secure in
Kansas the offices and the spoils incident
to the organization of a new free State
such as two Senators nnd a member of
the House of Congress, a Governor, State
officers, &c. And thus, too, on the other
side, Atchion, Stringfellow , Lecompte,
Jones and tho pro-slavery party will se
cure the height of their ambition for the
present, in the same offices and perqui
sites in the new slave State."
If such a silly seheme is honestly en
tertained, so far as we are able to judge,
it is an arrangement in violation of the
principle by which Mr. Buchanan stated
that the point in dispute should be decided,
namely: by an appeal to the sovereign
will of the people. But not only id it a
violation of the great principle of the
American people, but it is an underhand
ed means of inducing Congress to take
upon itself the right lo create more slave
States and snatch from the Territory it
self the power oJ. will or thought upon
the subject. To imagine that so evasive
and unprincipled a tystem of temporizing
ill not lead to more aggravated evils is
bsurd. With the State of Kansas now
crowded with a populati in bent on the
maintenance of white Jnbor to suppose
lhat a new State along side it, composed
partly of the State of Kansas already
ocated and peopled with whites, will not
be in its turn subjected to anarchy, origi
noting in border ru (nanism as well as
from the white inhabitants themselves
would be madness.
And yet by this luminous trick ihe New
York Herald declares that Gov. Walker
has opened a way for himself, direct and
certain to the Tresidency of ihe Union
mondoin under Martial Law, until they
will peaceably submit to a Civil Govern
ment. This is right. When ballot-boxes
fail, bayonets is tho remedy. Utah bids
fair to engross the public at tent i. 111 of the
country as iuu h as Kansas has done, and
e hope with the same pacinc enect.
Cleveland flain Dealer. x
Al ArrolitTMEHT rROM 'lowA. We
observe, by despatch, that Hon. Joseph
Williams, of Muscatine, and formerly
hief Justice of this State, has been ap
pointed one of tho Assistant Judges of
Kansas. The numerous friends of Judge
Williams (hf has no enemies) will be
glud to hear this mark of favor bestowed
pon one of the oldest citizens, and one
of the oblest men of the State. The good
wishes of all Iowa will accompany the
udge 111 his new field of labor and 11 ay
lis honors never be less ! Iowa Gazette.
the ownership of the Pres. and after
argument before hi. honor, Judge Ftm
ocsoy.it was decided that said petition
tvas iasuffif ient in law. and consequently
aid Press lawfully llonged to Sherman
ft Strickland, or in other words, it was
Ut, t Jtfwir.ff. vV-lr' d v U bi
weekly paper, just started in Omaha City,
by its enterprising citizen, W. W . W v
ma su. . . former Iuuuaici cf i
place. It is now die largest and neatest
paper in the Territory, and we sincerely
wish its editor the succes which his in
dustry and perseverance .0 richly merit.
It is rumored that the I Ion. W. A.
RiCHABukCK, of III., has been appointed j for Putrict Attorney
Governor of this Territory. If true, it is lease, he will find scores of friend in this
Hurrah for Our Side!
With hat in air we announce to the peo
ple of the Territory that Mark W. Izard
is pre-cmptorily removed from the office
of Governor he has so long disgraced, and
has, with many long drawn sighs, in com
pany with Jiemes, returned to the cane'
brakes of Arkansaw. He now has indeed
good ground to use his favorite and forci
Lie expression" am ridin' on a storm
There is a good lesson in this example
to wit: That those who set at naught and
trifle with ihe popular will, must fall.
The people of tho Territory are under
great obligation to our fellow-citizen, Gen
llowrn, who renamed two months in
Washington, at his own expense, pressing,
on the part of the people, the removal of
Izad, authorized as he was by eight
members of the Council, of which he i
the presiding officer.
We know that each individual member
of either branch of the Legislature last
winter, acting with the majority, will -pecially
rejoice, bored as they were with
the utter weakness and imbecility of him
called Governor. What say you Honor
ables don't you rejoice t
We had the pleasure on last Monday,
cf grasping the hand of our old and es
teemed friend, James G. CiiArnAw, Es.,
formerly of Mount Vernon, Ohio. Mr.
Chapman is now engaged in ihe practice
of Law in Omaha. He stood high in his
profession among his breihern in his na
tive Slate, and we have no doubt will suc
ceed well in this Territory. We under
stand that Mr. Chapman is on the track
Should such be the
The New Cent.
The Ledger states thai 00.000, six
million ot pieces, of the " nicks were
paid out on Monday and Tuesday. There
are at present nine presses engaged in
making the impressions upon this new
com; five mills are also in constant oper
ation, forming the run on the coin previ
ous to receiving ihe impression. These
ast named machines are capable of ma
ing rims upon three various kinds of
coins at the same tune ; at present, how
ever, they are engaged upon the new
cent exclusively. About one -hundred
persons in all are constantly engaged iu
the operation of ihe Mint, and at present
the whole force are employed on the
'cent." F.uch of the presses throw off
eighty-six finished coins per minute. At
this rule working from 9 o'jlock A. M.
ill 3 o clock P. M., the nine presses throw
off each day, the sum of S2.780 40 in
cents, that is, providing the presses are
kept going regularly.
We have received our full files of the
Deseret News, the mouth piece of the
Great Prophet, Brigham Young. That
paper contains unmistakable evidence 01
revolution a determination to sustain me
Prophet as the Lord's annointed against
the Government of the Lnited Mates-
the World, the Flesh, and ihe Devil
The Saints are willing to obey the Laws
of the country, provided they are in ac
cordan- e with the law of God as revealed
by. the prophet. The New England
Churches occupy the same platform
They are willing to obey the laws of Con
irress provided they comport with ihe ex
positions given to the " Higher Law" by
their "Thirty-five hundred Anti-JNe
braska Clergymen. The JNew tnglanu
ers do not go quite so far in their defiance
of law as the Latter Day Saints d-, for
the reason they are not quite so far from
the seat of Government, but place the latter
in Llah, and we should 110 doubt nnd
Brmham Youncs and Heber Kimballs 1
the Beechers, Parker Pillsbury, Wendel
Phillips, Sumner, Seward, Chase & Co,
When religious fanaticism gets mixed
in political affairs there is but little choice
to make in the kind of religion so mixed.
It makes maniacs of men, whatever name
they may give to either their politics or
religion. The Crusades, the Invasion of
Cromwell, the Spanish Inquisition, the
persecution of the Scotch Covenanters,
and latterly the Alormons and Iew Lng
land Presbyterians, are all illustrations of
this truth. U hen the ballot box, calridgi
box, and contribution box, blend their
powers together, end nought bul mischief
both to Church and State can come from
The Mormons are evidently makin
arrangements to test ihe power of the
Government by callincr on their Frophet
and Priests, and invoking the Spiritual
power of God to resist the enforcemei
of ihe United States Laws. They are
arming, equipping, ana oriiiing ineir
Saints of the rank and file, warning
them, as Cromwell did his men, to 'put
Corrected weekly by Class a k. Bkother
Forwarding and Com. Merchants.
Flour Family, $.00 per lOOlbs
" Extra S iperfine, $5,50 00 "
Meal $4 00 per 100 lbs.
Apples Dri-d, $4 00 $5 50 bus.
Peaches " 4 00 4 50 "
Butter New 50 c
do Old packed, 30 40 c lb
Beans $5 00 bus.
Corn $2,00 p bush.
do. Seed $2 75 do.
Oats $1 2j 1 30 bnnh
Bacon Shoulders 15 10c lb.
, Sides lo $ 17c.
Sugar cured 20c "
F.ccs 2" 25c J dos
Hides Dry, 8 to 10c
do Green 3 (a) 4c
J lav $23 00 $25 00 p tua
Pork clear $32 00 V bbl.
Lard 20 25 c V tb
Onions $3.50 $4.00 $i bus
Potatoes $3 00 (3) 3 50 "
Pelts Sheep 75c (SO $1 00
do Coon 40 50c
Lumber Cottonwood sheal'e 30 ty m.
" do sq. edced $35 00 "
do Oak, Walnut, Bans wood $45 00
do Pine siding, clear $5 00 ty m.
do Flooring 2d $70 00 $75 00
1st $75 00
Boards $75 00
Shingles Pine $10 50 ty m.
44 Cottonwood $5 60
Lath Pine $12 00 per m.
Doors " $3 50 $ I 75 each,
fash $7 00 $2 1-4 per easement.
W. II. Longsdorf, M. D.,
THTSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office on
XT Main, between Twenty-Fifth and Twenty.
Sixth streets, Bellevue City. 33tr
Corner of Locust and Coolcdge Streets
BY THE GOVERNOR OF NEBRASKA.
Executive Department, )
x Omaha Citv.N. T.
the qualified voters of Nebraska Terri
tory: I, Mark W. Izard, Governor of the
Territory of Nebraska, in pursuance of an act
of the Legislative Assembly, approved Janu
ary 20, 18o, entit led 44 Elections," do hereby
teclareand make known, that an election will
be held in the several counties of this Terri
tory, on the first Monday in August, A. D.
la, ror one ueiegaie 10 me congress of the
United States, one Territorial Auditor, one
Territorial Treasurer, one Territorial Librari
an, one Attorney Uenrral, and one District
Attorney for each Jmlluial District. In h ,n.
ted for by the qualified voters of the District
ror wnicn ne is to be elected. Also, thirty-five
members lo the limine of Representatives ne
the Territorial Assembly, to wit t The Coun
ties of D-ifcVota, Cedar and L'Ear qui Court.
in i . n .... . . ' '
win riKc io ivi-)resemauves; me Uounties
of Burt and Cuming will elect one Represen
tative! the county of Washington will elect
three Representatives; the county of Douglas
will elect eight Representatives; the county of
iarpy win eirci iour representatives: the
counties of Dodge and Platte will elect, oint
Iv, one Representative; the counties of Cass,
Lancaster, Gagh and Clay will elect four Rep
resentatives; the county of Otoe will elect six
Representatives; the counties of Nemaha and
Johnson will elect three Representatives; the
counties or mcnaruson ana rawnee will elect
three Representatives. And at the same time
and place the qualified voters of each county
will elect the following county officers, to wit:
one Probate Judge, one Sheriff", one Register,
one Treasurer one County Clerk, one Superin
tendent of Common Schools, one County Sur
veyor,' one County Commissioner for each
county, two Justices of the Peace and two
Constables for each Precinct.
The County Commissioners of the organized
Bounties lying nea rest adjacent to the (morgan -
ized counties, will proceed to divide tne unor
ganized counties into convenient election dis
tricts and cause notices to be posted in each
election precinct of the time and place of
holding said election, and of the officers to be
voted for, and to appoint judges, and cause the
said election to be conducted in all respects,
and due returns made thereof, as required by
In testimony whereof, I have hereun
to set my hand and caused to be af
fixed the great Seal of the Territory,
done at Omaha City, in said Terri
tory, on the thirtieth day of May,
A.'D. 1857,andof the Independence
of the United States of America, the
By the Governor,
MARK W. IZARD.
T. B. Coming, Secretary. n3i
GEORGE STMHOER. T. A. H0WIO.
Stringer & Howig.
DEALERS in Pina Lumber of every de
scription, Shlneles, Lath, Sash, Doors,
&c, comer of Hancock and Twenty-Seventh
Street, Bellevue, . 1. lwJZ
TEA, TEA, TEA A tip-top article ot
Young Hyson, at 65 cts. per pound, at the
Forks, fcc, at the
TVT AILS and GLASS Cheap at the BELLE-
CUTLERY A large assortment of Pocket
Knives, Knives and Forks, te., at the
TV A laree stock of READY-MADE
CLOTHING, at Eastern Prices, can be found
at the BELLEVUE STORE. no 30-tf.
Salt in Store and must be
CLARKE 4. BRO.
110 Sacks of Family Flour, for sale by
CLARKE It BRO.
June 4th 1857, n31 2t
Clothing! Clothing! Clothing!
A LARGE STOCK OF READY MADE
Clothine of the latest Fashion, at
CLEARWATER, WHITE &. SANDERS.
June 4th, 1857. n31.
-J-OOKING GLASSES of all sizes, at
CLEARW AEER, WHITE & 8ANDERS.
POCKET KNIVES and Table Cutlery to
be found at
CLEARWATER, WHITE Jt SANDERS.
BEST American Calicoes at 12 1-2 cents
per yard, and other Dress Goods in pro
CLEARWATER, WHITE 4. SANDERS.
w. c. ORirriTH. c. e. suTTsanitn
Griffith St Butter-field,
BUTCHERS, and oeaiers in CA1TLE,
SHEEP and SWINE, have permanently
located themselvxs in Bellevue City, and are
prepared to furnish the citizens of Bellevue
with fresh meat on Tuesday and Saturday
morning of each week, and oftener if necessa
ry. They can be found at the grocery of Wat
tles Sl Pike, where they will be happy to wait
upon their customers. 3m33
J UST ARRIVED, a large quantity of
f t.OORING and SIDING, and for sale by
no 2-tf H. T. CLARKE.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CROCK
ery. DOUBLE and Single Eastern made Har
CLEARWATER, WHITE t SANDERS.
"J.50 Sacks Extra Superfine Flour,
0 Sacks Bolted Meal,
j.000 lbs Prime Government Sides,
Palmer & AverilL,
WHOLESALE and Retail dealers in China.
Glass and Oueenaware. Mirrors and
Fancy Goods, Lamps, Waiters, Table Cu'ierv, .000 lbs. Choice Hams,
Britannia Ware, 4.C Oar stock is enL. ely j X
1 .000 lbs
new, very large, and carefully selected, and
by adhering s'rictly to the cah system, we
are able to offer very great inducements tn all
who may favor us with a call. 3311
Just Received, and for Sale,
ond, R'ish. Spindle, Split Bottom,
Prime Sho-ilders, for sale ly
CLARKE fc BROTH fctt.
their trust in (jod, but keep ineir powder i a LARGE stoek of Furniture, consisting in
made overtures to sev-! part of Wood, Rush. Spindle, Split Bottom,
Jennv I.ind, Slaple, Mahocanv, Children's and John Warner.
dry." Thev have
. m ti- t - ..-.w 1 Office Chair, Hor kerf Bureaus, Center,
,iv,. ,lu..i;.vi , card. Office, Freakrast and Dinner Tables,
of defence. It all betokens ihe ttorm t,,aft Toile, Work and Wash 8'ands, Office
thnt is coming', nnd.they see there s lo Le Desks, fas and Sofa Lounges, Double and
no rbild. nlnv nr communis with ihelll 8ine' '" Trundle Rod", Bedsteads of
' i vrif1S V'pnl. T,n ses. VsMf,,,,, ae $r
wij . i . 1 1. nnmiiiitirii nn . . . . .
I?RF.SM FLOrR. A fine lot of Fancy SU
. PERFINE FLOUR, received by the Mo-
Also. Fresh CORN MEAL by the steamer
no xa-tr a. i. ciaiib.
by ihis AuminiMralion
No State or Territory can remain a
part of this Government while :n a state
of rebellion against 'ts '' Some op
pose they will remove to the HrnUh pos
sessions. Hut ihey will find submission
necewiry there. They are more likely
lo go on to the ratine Coast, and lustly
to some Island in the Sea, as did the
Mormons of Michigan, perhaps to the
PALMER AV FRILL.
JUST RECEIVED, s large and fine assort
ment of Gent's Shoes and Gaiters.
33tf PALMER k AVERILL.
J Sandwich Wand, where nn independent ' wij,,,, aO0d an
'4.-vT',rini u mijht 1 !atlih4. Tl j e '! uut h '
ANCTLER LOT of Clothing just received
at 33tf PALMER & AVERILL.
T ALMER It AVERILL lave on I.a.I a lot
X of fine Black Doeskin and Catsimere!
, also, a large lot of fancy Cassiineres. Those ,
trie would 4n well lo colli
LITIIOfcKArilING AND EXCRAVIXG
33 OllOTTVl, TT. T.
Office Levee, at the old Trading Post.
fllOWN PLATS, Maps, Sketches, Headings
J. of Letters, Billa and Certificates, and
every description of plain and fancy engraving
aud lithographing work neatly done.
Our presses being of the best and most iui-
firoved kind, we hope to execute work equal
o the best in the United States.
S. W. Y. SCHIMONSKY,
3m3:2 TIKIS. P. BO YES.
J Boots and Shoes, all sizes, at the