Bellevue gazette. (Bellevue City, N.T. [i.e. Neb.]) 1856-1858, June 18, 1857, Image 3
BELLEVUE GAZETTE. THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1S57. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Square (12 lines or less) 1st insertion. .$1 00 Kuril subsequent insertion 50 On square, one month 2 00 4 on (I oo 10 oo 5 00 60 00 33 00 20 00 10 00 35 00 20 00 10 00 8 00 20 00 13 00 10 00 00 5 00 tnret monins " one yesr Onsiness cards (6 lines cr less) 1 year One column, one year fine-half column, one rrir fourth eighth M " " column, six months half column, six months fourth " eighth " " " column, three months half column, three months, fourth " " elehth " " " Announcing candidates for office. NOTICE. ALL PERSONS Indebted to the "Gazette" for subscription or advertisements, will please make Immediate payment to T. B. Lemon, the authorized agent for collections; and persons who have accounts against the paper, will pre sent them, with their vouchers, to the agent, for settlement, without delay. Religious Notice. There will be preaching every Sabbath, at the School House in this city, by the Rev. Ma. Goss, of the M. E. Church, or others supplying his place to com mence at 1-2 past 10 o'clock, A. M. fCj Owing to the fact that we are com pelled to remove our office to another loca tion, we may not be able to issue a paper next week. . We will, however, endeavor to avoid this. Acknowledgment. The " editor nouvdkmeni arrive," of the Bellevue Gazette is under many obliga tions to the erudite brother, Claiborrb, of the Glen wood Times, for the courtesy with which he has treated our " inexperi enco which" we "invariably indicate,' and hope he will spare us further mortifi cation. r l i He however, lies under a mistake when h charges us with writing the b- . . T1. , . .. , noxious article on I lattsmotith, and if he xaniines our issue of the 11th inst., he . ... will find all the retraction which any gen- tloman would require of nnather, without ,r any prompting irom mr. laiuorne. L,n!y Contributors. We are pleased to see that some of the ladies of Bellevue are inclined to aid their own paper, by contributing to its columns. We are proud to sny that we hove in our midst here in the Far West, on the con fines of civilization, talent of no com .mon order, in the possession of our fair ladies. Our columns are open for the effusions of your pens. Who wants to Drink 1 -Mr. J. T. Allan, of the Bellevue House, has in successful operation a first rate Soda Fount. All ye who are athirst -come aud quench it with this sparkling beverage. No lurking devil lies hidden in this cup. No deadly strychnine or in siduous poison is infused in its foaming contents. It causes no widow's tears to flow, or worse than orphan's cries to as cend on high for protection. But it cools the fevered system, tranquilizes the mind, sweetens the temper and quenches thirst. Try it. New Establishment. Our city friends are referred to the advertisement of Messrs, GairriTH & Butleriield, in another column. They have engaged in a business which was much needed in this place. Omaha can boast no longer of supplying Bellevue with meat. Should they become scarce of good fresh beef In that city, they can comedown to Belle vue and be supplied. . We call the attention of our citi zens, to the card of Doctor II. W. LowcsDour, in another column. Mr. Longsdorf is a young man who stands liigh in his profession in the East, and has left a lucrative practice to make a home among us in the Far West. On his way to this place, the Steamer struck snag, sunk, and he lost nearly all his goods; but this misfortune did not dis hearten him, he replaced them by repur chase, and is now among us. We are natisfied in regard to his skill as a Phy-, receiving notice of the passage of this w-ian, and would advise our friends to Ordinance, except as hereinafter provid call upon him in the time of need. d ; and it shall be the duty of the Mar- : shal of said City, immediately after the A Good Hotel. passage of this Ordinance, to uotify all Persons who bave occasion o visit ounc-rs or otcupauu who shall have err c Clenwood, Iowa, will receive careful at- ted any house or structure on any such tention and excellent fare, by stopping at Pf or r Pullic grounds of said , if . i i . i f City, to remove the same, Ly rnng the the Clenwood Hotel, kept by Mr. M. of (H.cia( wUh . Bbadwat. See card in another column. Ordinance, with a writteu request thre- c . ,i r . on eudorsed, for such owner or occupant Messrs. Atekill ana Palmek, ' , , ' . , . , , remove such house or structure, and, lave received a large supply of M.W . $ucj, owner or occupant shall re- GOODS, fresh and nice. Now is the fuse j0 roinply wiih this Ordinance, taid time to " pitch in." See advertisements. Marshal is hereby authorized, and h shall be his duty forthw ith JLo remove such RaS The usual number of Steamers house or stru :ture from the park or other from St. Louis, have passed up the Mis- public ground on which the same may be souri the pa week The Min-ne-ha-ha and Alnnza Pliilrl VimnrrK. - .... t r j . , - mount, of Merchtndi tnd number of fjuaacugcia tui uu Jiiace. i UCy IMVQ ror thsnVa for Sm. !,tivs pnpor. Srw ArratiRriurnt. Wo notice that our r ntrrrtriMflg Tost Muster, Mr. L. 11. Kisstr, has nr ranged his office in city style, having nent boxes handsomely numbered. wiy"Cnll and secure your numbers before they are all taken. Uellevue. T MRS. J. E. NYE. With what varied emotions of pleasure, beauty and sublimity, have I wandered amid the deep, romantic dells and towering hills of New York, and surveyed the stern grandeur and wild magnificence of her mountain land but after nearly three weeks of weary jour neying, not less joyous was my admiration and true pleasure, when, from the deck of our strainer, I caught the first view of my future home the green hills of Bellevue. The plateau arose before us like a bright vision of beauty and serene loveliness, crown ed with the glory of Us summer verdure, aud bathed In the radiance of that evening's sun light, and as I wandered amid its scattered buildings and tiny cottages, though there came bark to my heart pleasant memories of the loved friends I had left, and the one dear home nestled down among the green hills of Unadi lla, there was a richness, a dignity, and a luxuri ant vegetation In the beautiful country spread out before me, which I rejoiced to recognise in the home of my adoption. How different had been my Impresion of a home in the far west Nebraska. The dinky forms of the Indians, with their arrows and tomahawks, aeem to have passed away for ver, and we look in vain for their swift canoes on the muddy waters of the Missouri. But cultivated lands and broad prairies are spread out Invitingly to reward the hand of labor; and hundreds of young men intelligent, hardy and enterprising are leaving their pleasant eastern homes, bearing yet fresh upon their hearts the dew of a father's blessing and a mother's prayer, and their bosoms swelling high in the full tide of youthful aspirations and energy. There are faces, too, I see, whose hearts are linked together by the first bright band of love, the first flowery dream of ro mance, weaving happy visions for the future In small, incommodious homes, irrsdiated but by the sunlight of their own beautiful enthusi asm, and decorated only by the flowers of their own exuberant fancy; and men older and richer in the world's lore, but whose path lias been daikened by misfortune and sorrow, come here folding to their heart all the beauty and joys of the present, resolutely turning from the sorrows of the past, and with a firm, un faltering step, press forward, cheerfully antic ipating that success that they feel must crown tac truly persevering. And thus we have all come, each with our 1 wv ii nwm uuwrn ui tin Miriness muu useiuiness ; our own bht dreams of r-rosnoritv and I . V. - : i t j enjoyment and though we may realize much, I life can bring to none of us a golden heritage i 0f unalloyed beauty and pleasure. But let us ' Mrh wi,h a cheerful heart, struggle bravely a against its many discouragements, mutually j aiding each other in hours of wea kness and ' despondency, and we may yet see in Bellevue j the vine-embowered cottages, the commodious and tasteful mansions, the gleaming church spires, cultivated gardens and shaded walk, so attractive in our eastern villages. And in ' ttie acer hurry and restlessness of a life in I tlila n -1-1 ., . . I . in vuiiiiu u i. un nut, iuikvi uuvr mail v have gone forth' from the wise restraints of nappy domestic firesides and a promise of early loveliness, and future usefulness been darkened forever by unhallowed associations ami evil innnences; nor rorget that we bear within our hearts a breath of immortality, of more value than all earth's treasures. Rever ently, then, let us daily ask Our Father, with loving care to guard its purity and preserve unstained its Innocence and truth, and we may safely trust that " He who heedeth the spar rows fall, and heareth the ravens cry," shall bless all ourlabors. . , Court House Meeting. At a meeting called by the citizens of Bellevue, for the purpose of making ar rangements to build a Court House for Sarpy County, the meeting was called to order by Gen. L. L. Bowen ; on mo tion Mr. Geo. J innings was appointed to the Chair, and S. M. Pike, Secretary, when the following resolutions were unanimously adopted : Resolved, That we who are interested in Bellevue do pledge ourselves to build a Court House for Sarpy County, worth not less than ten thousand dollars, free of tax upon the balance of the County. Resolved, That a Committee of three, consisting of Geo. Jennings, Wm. II. Cook, and Reuben Lovejoy, be appointed to carry out the foregoing Resolution. Resolved, That the Commissioners who locate the County Seat, are hereby re quested to let contracts to build the Coun ty Buildings immediately after the per manent location is made, and that oil do nations be made to them in trust for such buildings. Geo. Jennings, Ch'n. S. M. Pike, Sec'y. Bellevue, June 13th. 1857. CITY ORDINANCES. Ordinance No. 1. Be it enacted by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Bellevue, That no person shall build, or be permitted to build, or erect, any house or other structure up on any park, or upon any other public grounds, within the limits of said City ; and, that in all cases where any house, or other structure, has been built, or erected, on any such park or other public ground, it shall be the duty of the owner or occu pant of such building or structure to re- tnnvA lh ftniiiA u'ilhin fiva ri.iv. nflpr tituated, and for such purposo said Mar shal is hereby authorized to rail upon all good citizens to assist in i 6 Adorned June 15th, such removal. 1S57. GEO. JENNINGS. Mayor. Attest Cm E. McRir, RerorJ. Onllnnnce o. 'J. Rt il mailed ly the .ILyor and Common it fifth City oj Bellevue, Tl a tax of one-half of one percent, be levied on all ih'e real estate within tlio incorpor ate limits of the City of Hellenic. Adopted June 1 -1th. 1S57. Gi:0. JENNINGS .Vuyor. Attest Ciias. E. Mi Uav, Recorder. Ordinance Xo. 3. Be it enacted ly the Jiliyor and Common Council of the City of Bellevue, That th A&esor proceed at once to assess the tax able property in the incorporate limits of the City of Bellevue. Adopted Juno 1.1th, 1S.j7. GEO. JENNINGS. Mayor. Attest Chas. E. McIUy, Recorder. TWENTY-FIVE WITNESSES; Or, The Forger Convicted. JSQT" Do you want to have a Sure Preventive against Counterfeiting Bank Notes 1 HEAD! HEAD!! HEAD!!! Subscribe! Subscribe! Subscribe! JOHN 8. DYE is ths Author, and the Hank Nnts fnirravtrs all sny that he is ths greatest judge of paper money" living. CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST! BETTER THAN THE 1JEST! Published weekly. The whole only One Dollar a Year. GREATEST DISCOVERY of the present century for detecting counterfeit H.mk Notcsj describing every pennlnc bill In existence, and exhibiting at a glance every counterfeit in cir culation. Arranged so admirably that refer ence is easy and detect ion instantaneous. No pages to hunt up, hut so simplified and arranged that the merchant, banker and business man can see all at a glance. It has taken vesrs to make perfect this GREAT DISCOVERY. The urgent neces sity for such a work has long been felt by commercial men. It has been published to supply the call for such a preventive, and needs hut to be known to be universally patronized. It dors more than has ever been attempted by man. It describes every bank note In three different languages English. French and Ger man. Thus each may read the same in his own native tongue 1'tBMS. The paper will be about 2S by 42 Inches, aod will contain the most perfect Ilank Note List published, together with the rate of discount. Also a list of all the private Bank ers in America. A complete summary of the Finances of Europe and America will he published in each edition, together with all the important news of the day. Also INTERESTIFG STORIES from an old manuscript found in the East, and no where else to be found. It has never yet appeared in print, and furnishes the most co'm plete history of Oriental Life, and describing the most perplexin? positions in which the Ladies and gentlera'i of tbit conn'ry have been no often found. These stories will con tinue throughout the whole year, and will prove the moHt entertaining ever offered to the public. tT rnrnlshed weekly to subscribers only at $1 a year. All letters m-JSt be addressed to JOHN S. DYE. Broker, Publisher and Proprietor, 3m32 70 Wall Street, New York EICHER & DAVENPORT, MERCHANT TAILORS, WOULD respectfully Inform ths citizens of Bellevue anil vicinity that they have commenced the TAILORING BUSINESS in the building formerly occupied bv J. M. Bar tav.corner MAIN street and FIFTH AVEN UE, find intend keeping constantly on hand CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, and VESTINGS, Which will be made up to order with neat ness and dispatch. Also, FURS and HIDES bought or taken in exchange for goods. no 30-tf. II. ME VER. A. GETZSCHMAN1T. Meyer St Getzschmann's JToxu7n.s IVEin. The undersigned beg leave to inform the citizens of the adjoining counties in Nebraska, that they are building a new FLOURING MILL, with two run of Burrs, at ST. MARY, MILLS CO., IOWA. to be In operation on the 1st of August, lS7. Farmers will do well to raise plenty of Wheat, as we are prepared to pay lbs highest prices in cash. jfV Barley will also bt bought by the pro prietors cf the ST. MARY BREWERY, at tha rext harvest. ir 19 BELLEVUE HOUSE. THE PROPRIETOR OF THE ABOVE LARGE AND POPULAR H O T EL, OFFERS EVERY To the Pablio, and will render ASSIDUOUS ATTEXTIOX To the wants of HIS GUESTS. 3. T. ALLEN. Bellevue, Oct. 23, lftM.l-tf rsAK i. irsr. WILLIAM raODSIIAM. .Rew.ITork: GUN AND JEWELRY STORE. KEMP is. FRODSH AM, DEALERS in Clocks, Watches Jewelry, M.isieal Instruments, Itifles, Shot Gun's, and Pistols. CLOCKS. Thirty ho ir and eight day clocks of the two best manufactories in the Uuionj steamboat uu uuiuv aiuiug viuvas. GUNS. Single and double shot Gunt, from fivs to fifty dollars: Kid's, of our own make; also, Eastern makes Pintols of all kinds t oiatol flasks, shot bags, wadding and wad cutters j common ana waier-prooi caps I colt's caps, and numerous other articles suitable for the Western trade, which neitlier time nor space will allow to enumerate. (TV All of tht tbovt articles told on the most reasonable terms. Repairing atone to vniT ai suori uoure. go j.tf fiail CtTf( N. T. woor-woitTirtf NEBRASKA IN 1057. THIS work will agsin be resdv for delivery by the 17th Inst. The first supply was re ceived lat week and was Immedintrlr snld. A new County Miip, corrected by Mr. livers, according tn the county boundaries ettabllHh ed by the Legislature last winter, Ims been engraved expressly for the work, and will ap pear In the next edition. Resides a history of the Territory, Us con dition and prospects, the work contains the claim laws of Nebraska, and a digest of the United States pre-emption law, making a complete pre-emptor's rldr. Kvrrr person Interested in Nebranks shnnhl have n copy of the work. Price, with the map, 7S ce'ntj without the msp.fiO cents. Sincle copies mail ed, postage paid, on receiptor price, to any part of the country. C. C. WOOLWORTIT, Omsha, June 11, 1ROT 32tf Publisher. j HOOKS, STATIONERY AND PATER HANGINGS. A complete assortment st WOOLWORTH'S Rookstore, Omaha City, N. T. (JtT" Special agent for School Hooks. 2w.12 THE MISSOURI RIVER AND IOWA STONE COMPANY. AT ST. MARYS, MILLs CO., IOWA, ARE prepared to furnish Western Iowa snd Nebraska with SD, ;HAVKI.. I.I.MK. ROCK, fc Ht'il.MNO RHINE of every variety, size and shape. Tliev have facilities for quarrying ANY QUANTITY, that may be needed, and also intend to make DUCK. WATER LtMI, &C. 100 Laborers RF.FERANt'ESi P. St. Loup. Gscgnc, ClIotJTtAO J, . Co., WfcAa--, & Hkkton, Uoosii il Hi urn. All orders should be addressed to JNO. W. ANTIKINY, 8csTAaT. St. Marys, March 15th, 1S37. 21tf. OlIIIIA ADVERTISEMENTS . A. JONES. GEO. LARGEST W. WOOD. THE Drug & Ohomical Houso IN THE WEST. OMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA TERRITORY JONES & WOOD, Wholesale and Retail Dealkm iff Drugs, Chemicals, Taints, Oils, Dye StulTs, Window Glass, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Ac. Ice. Ac. Having purchased the entire stock of DRUGS and FANCY GOODS formerly be longing to C. A. Henry A. Co., together with J "r own full purchases, we are now ensbled to offrr the public as complete an assortment of DRUGS and FANCY GOODS si can be found west of the Mississippi river. Our stock is of magnitude enouh to supply the whole Nebraska trade j and having been pur chased under the most favorable circiim stances, we feel assured in our statement, that if Fine Goods, as regards quantity, qual ity an1 price, are anv object to those dealing in DRUGS and MEDICINES, we can offer these inducements to a greater extent than any other house in the West. Country Merchants and Physicians are requested to examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere no 13-tf JONES Sl WOOD. ANOTHER GRAND ENTERPRISE! 1000 PAIRS Eastern Boots & Shoes SELLING AT COST AT THE OMAHA CITY Boot and Shoe 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 complete assortment of work of ray own man ufacture, including Ladies' and Gents' Buffalo Uvers. 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-tr W. HENRY STARK. NEW GOODS! NEW STORE!! THE nndersignej have opened, at their new store on Douclas street, opposite tht banks, a new and splendid assortment of ' DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, BOOKS, STATIONERY, Ae. Our stock of Dry Goods comprises all kinds of LADIES', GENTLEMEN'S and CHILD REN'S DRESS GOODS, ALL KINDS OP D0HESTXC3 and everything that Is requisite to make up a complete assortment of Dry Goods. We have a large lot of Clothing that Is well and fashionably made, and out of the beat material. Our stock consists ot all kinds of Cents' Furnishing Goods. BOOTS and SHOES. Our stork of Boots aud Shoes is tha lsrrest ever offered to the citirensof Nebraska. They are purchased directly rout ths manufac turers, aud are of the very best quality. Our goods are all new, and recently pur chased in the Eastern cities, and wt iulend sellii.i them at astonishing low prices. All (he cirizens of Omaha and vicinity are re quested to call and examine our stock, as they will find it to their interest to do to. ttudy to please. no. 10-tf PATRICK 6. CO. W. H. STASE. w. w. Htravan. NEW Boot and Shoe Store, On FARNIIAM Street, Opposite tht Ex change Bank. BFH FVUF, May 1M7. Found in bit buggy, placed there bv snms unknown person, a Lady's WORK BASKET, containing some articles of value to the owner. On the inner lesves of a Bible is printed K M. Daniels, and also E. M. Thornton. The owner is requested to make herself known and receive the property, no 30-3t WM. A. GWYER. HATS, CAPS and BOXXETS The largest and best assortment in the Territory of Nebraska, at the ht. Loms price, at the ptLLF.wt srotr. P. A. SAKPY, Wholenalo St Retail Merchant, ' COSSLS or MAIS) ASP OSf.OOST STStrTI, ST. MARY, IOWA. It 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 aschesp as can be offered elsewhere so high upon the Missouri river. His goods have been selected by an experienced purchaser, with special reference to tho circumstances and wnuts of all classes of settlers in a new country. La dies and gentlemen, children and youth, all can be suppiinl. CdiJ iin'l see ror yourselves. His slock consists of the following, among A great many other articles he cannot now enu merate t Among his Dry Goods May be found Woolen and Satinet Cloths, Casslnets, Tweeds, Cashmeres, Unsevs, Flannel, Red, White, Gray and Bine, Caspian Plaids, Cotton Goods, .Sheetings and Sliirl iuirs. Illeached and Unbleached, nine ana Wl t. Drillings, Osnsburg, Bed-Ticking, Hickory Checks, Ac, fee. Taney Goods A beautiful assortment of fancy prints of every variety of style and pattern. Ginghams, Lsuns, 1 igured Alparca, Bomhazines, lloin bsvetts, Shawls, Scarfs Handkerchiefs, Neck erchiefs, Crape. Muslin, Edgings, Ribbons, 4-c, fcc, Clotliintr. A well selected stock of Summer, Fall and Winter Clothing, consisting in part of fine Dress Coats, Pants and Vests (also, good Summer Clothing of all descriptions, and heavy Clothing for Kail and Winter use. Also, Shirts, Knit Flsnnel Drawers and Undershirts, Socks, fee. Mens' and Hoys' Hats and Caps, of va rious fashions, qualities and prices. Boots k Shoes, thick and thin, polished and unpolished, of every description, lor Men, Women, and iiiiiureira use. Groceries. Crushed, Clarified, Loaf and Brown Rngar, Molasses, Syrup Molasses, Golden Svrup. Superior Tea, Rio snd Java Coffoe, Sassafras, Ginger, Pepper, Cloves, Spice, Cinnamon, ground Ginger, Nutmegs, Snuffs, Tobacco, cigars, npes, Soap, Candles, Vinegar, Pickles reppcr-aauce, &.c, acc. Trovlsion. A large assortment of Flour, of various qualities and prices t Corn Meal and all ths various products of the Form and Garden Bacon, Fish, Kiln dried Apples, Peaches, currants, uaiains. &r. lla rd ware. Stoves of various patterns, for Cooking and lleaung rooms, ntove-plpe ana l.lbows, larg and small Iron Kettles, Frying Pans, Skillets Hand-Irons, Shovels and tongues. Manuresnl Hay Forks, Scythes, Shovels and Spades, Log and tract uoains. Axes, Hammers, Pincers Iron and Steel, Nails, Horse-Rasps, Files Saws, Knives and Forks, Pocket Knives, Ra r.ors, Butts and Screws, Door Handles, Knob, Locks, ice., fee. Tinware. A general assortment kept (or household purposes. Woodware. Wash-tubs, Shakers Palls, Wood and Zinc washboards. Leather. Sole Leather, Harness Leather, Cowhide, Kip Skins, Calf Skins, Linings aud Morocco, Saddles, Bridles, Halters, Lariats, Circlngles, ileiiy-bands. Driving-lines, Collars, liuck straps, Girths, Blind-bridles, fcc., Medicines. A general assortment of Medicines, for Fevers, Fever and Ague, and tha common complaints of the country. Cook's, Lee Happen yton's. Bragg's and Jay lies' Pills, Qui nine, Tonics, and various kinds of Stimulants Anodynes, Liniments, and other articles nsces sary for ths tick and tha invalid. 1-tf run sale. LOT 7, Block 12.10 1 L t , Block 2.13 1 Lot 7 Block ISO i Lot 10, Block 177 j Lt 2, Block 2 IS t Lot 4, Block 128 1 Lot 10. Block 58 t Lot 3, Block 242 1 Lot 0, Block 133 Lot 4, Block f8 Lot 2, Block 135 1 Lot 8, Block 72 j Lots 10, 11 an i 12, Block 114, in Bellevue City. For terms enquire of HOLLOW AY A KELLER. Bellevue House, April 30. 1857. 2d-tf TIufFman's Stage Lino. BELLEVUE, ST. MARYS A il If UbLH yj j u m 'LIT STAGE LINE. HUFFMAN'S LINE will leave Clenwood, via. St. Marys for Bellevue, on Mon day's, Wednesday's and Saturday's, at 10 o'clock, A. M., and will leave tht Benton House, Bellevue, vis. St. Marys for Glenwood, on the ssme days at 1 o'clock, P. M. This Lne connects at St. Marys, with tht Council BluiTs and St. Joseph Stages, and at Glenwood with the various lines from iit Mit tissippl to tht Missouri Rivers. ' Travelers on this Lint will find every con venienct and accommodation, to make their tript pleassnt and speedy. Comfortable Coaches, Careful Drivers . and well-fed Horses. no5-tf. ROBERT HUFFMAN. SPRING ARRiXCE.WEXT. Rerular Packet for Kansas. Leavenworth, Weston. St. Joseph, Ss vannah, Iowa Point, Nehr.eka City, Bellevue, Council Bluffs, Omaha and Florence. rjffrs7 Til E new and elegant Passenger earner Florence, J. Tbrock- moiton. Master. J. E. Gorman. Clerk, will commence her trips at regular packet In tht above trade, on ths opening of navigation U tht spring, and will remain in it throughout the season. The Florenra having been built under ths superintendence of tht uneerslgned, expressly for the trade, is of extraordinary strength, and wet! adapted to it In tvery particular. A rea sonable share of tht patronage of shippers, and ths public generally, is respectfully soli cited. J. THROCKMORTON, Master. V-n 1. E. Gosmaw, Clerk, SEASON ARRWGEML.VT. Regular Packet for Kansas. Nebraska City, Bellevue, Com eil Bluffs, Omaha, add Florence. Vh THE new and elegant Steamer nin-ne-Da-na, cap', cnartss Baker. Master. Hutchininn. Clerk, will run as a rerular packet, to tht above and all Intermediate points on tht Mis souri river, and persons can rely upon her eon tinning in the trade regular y during the season. Ths Min-ne-ha-ba is an entirely new boat, built expressly for ths Missouri River trade, and being tilted up In tht latest and most ap proved style, her officers feel confident, that stiict attention to ths comforts of Passengers, and to business, will makt bar tht favoritt b-at iu tht trade. CIIAS. BAKER. Master. Hotchihsok, Clerk II. T Clarke, Agent. M a Tailoring ! Tailoring ! The undersigned begs leave to Inform tht citizens of bellevue and vicinity that he It prepared to do custom work, In the latest fashion and most approved style. He feels eor fi.lent that his work is unsurpassed East or West j and by moderate prices respectfully solicits a share of tht public patronage. Ht will tlwsvs be found ready to receivt orders at tht Bellevut House. JOSEPH BRAY. rwi, V. T. Mireb IVh IW.'f GREAT EXCITEMENT!!! AN ENTIRE STOCK OP NEW GOODS. U.LUUVATCR WHITE 1 SWDER9 Have received and opened at their new store, in the rear and near to tht Belltvut House, in Bellevue, Ilia Largost & Bst Soloctod Htnck nf Goods ever brought to Dtllemtj which they wilt sell for rash at prices far bt low those at which goods hart been offered heretofore, We don't Intend to follow tht btghfalutla style of tome In their advertisements, bat stats the plain truth when wt ssy that our Goods were purchased at such prices, that wt defy competition, and only ask purchasers ! five lit a call In order to satisfy themselves. Our stock consists In part of tht following article! i French. English and Amtrlesa Clo'.bs, Cssslmeret Tweeds, Stttinetti, Kentucky JeanS, Bed Ticking, Plaid Lh seys, Flannels, Ac, a. Every variety of Fashionable DRP.BS GOODS, American and English Prints, Ae. A Isrgt assortment of HATS, CAPS, BOOTS and 8HOES, of amy vsrlsty anal style. Marilware. Our atock of thlt Is large and complete. GLASSWARE and QUEENSWARK. Window Glass of all Sizes. Of every description, such as Sucar. Coffee. Rice, Tobacco, Segari and Snuff, Candles and Soap. We have mail arranremetif e In hav a su perior article of FLOUR alwayt on band. In conclusion, wt would sty corns and tat Isfy yourselves. no 29-tf. SEAL ESTATE FOB SALE. 30 LOTS IN BELLEVUE. Also SHARES BELLEVUE STOCK. do ELK HILL ADDITION do JUNCTION CITY. Eor further particulars onouir of T. M. McCORD, At tho Fontenello Bank. Bellevue, April 18, 1S37. 20-tf rpHE Proprietor of the above Sa- X. loon, takes rrest pleasure lny announclnc to the public, that bt It now prepared to tervt at all hours, aud in tat best manner, WARM OR COLD MEALS, OYSTERS, COOKED IN EVERY STYLK. SARDINES, PIGS FEET. PICKLED TONGUE. ROILED EGGS AND GAME IN SEASON, Together with evtrv thins; that it usually found in a FIRST CLASH ' Refreshment Saloon. Having had contlderablt exptrienet in ca tering for tht public tastt, be ta turt that all who favor him with a call, will bt satisfied. CHARLES JOHNSON. Belltvut, Oct. 23, I860 1-tf CIRCULAR. to rut lard ornctss in ths Ttssiroaias or MINNESOTA, KANSAS AND NISSASgA. B Y joint resolution of Congress, approvsd raarcn, 1137, vaim pre-emption claimt on tha Iftth and 36th sections, heretofore reserved for schools, in the Territories of Minnesota. Kansas and Nsbraska, will bt rteognizti WHCSt TUB SETTLEMENT HAS SEEN, OS MAT fe made raio TO THE SCSVET. 1st. In cases where the approved ptal of survey has not yet been returned, tht declara tory statement roust be filed within thbck MONTHS ATTEE THE BECEIPT OT SUCH AS rtOVED FLAT AT THE DIITSICT OfflCE. 2d. Where the plat Is now in tht Register's Office, the declaration must bt filed withls three months from tht riatT rotucATio or THIS CIKCCLAB IN VOCE DIITSICT. A fatlurt to comply with thia requirsmra', will work a forfeiture of ths claim. T1IOS. A. HENDRICKS, ' n 30-Sw . Commissioner. . Entering; Town Sites. Tht following correspondence will show that tht-act of tht last Legislature of tht Territory, designating- tht County Commis sioners as tht proper persons to snter Town Bites, is not recognised by the Commissiontr of tht Land Office. It is a question of doubt whether ths Judges of Probate, or tht United States Judges, can be regarded as "Judges of ths County Court" As soon ss tbst doubt la removeJ, notiet will bt given. In tht mean Unit no entering of towns not Incorporated ean bt made. A copy of tht set of tht latt Legislator will bt pUcsd in tht bands of ths Commis sioner, aud. under ths circumstances, tbs to triss already mads mat be confirmed. JOHN A. PARKER, Register. Land Office, May l'Jtb, 1837. IXTAACT Or A LETTZB TO THE COMMISSIONS or the la.no orricc, PATed Land Orrtce. Omaha, April 15, 1637. Under tht "set of twenty-third May, 1844," tht "Judges of tht County Court" art givea tht authority to titter "Town Sites." Iq this Territory there art no such officers as "Judges of tbs County Court," but tht Legislature baa recognised the "County Commissioners" as tht proper persons to enter "Town Sites," and w bave, in view of tbs spirit of the law, permitted eoch entries, In the hep that it will meet the approbation of tht Department. Very respect fully, your obed'nt servant, JOHN A. PARKER, Register. WHOLESALE RETAIL STORE IN BELLEVUE. I would respectfully invite tht cltisens of Bellevue and Douglas Co., to exaiaiat my large and well selected assortment of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CROCKERY, HARDWARE, " BOOTS, SHOES, DRUGS, MEDICINES, H ATS A CAPS, DOORS, SASH, Ac, kc, And in fact tvsry variety usually called for In the West. I am confident, that ay on wishiug to rttrrhsse goods will be entirely sstisfied, and rind it will be to their Interest t call and examine my large and well selected sssortmeut cf goods. L. B. KIXXEY. Bellevue, Oct. 23, XS5 l-t SPADES, Shovels, Hoss, Hsy forks, Pay rakes, Brooms, Scythes and Scathe, Nails, Window Glass, Putty, Tea, Indigo, Nutmegs, Powder, Shot, Gun Caps, and 1001 other ar ticles to he had eheap (ir eh, t CLEARWATER WHITE ft S.VNDEFS. nPl.