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About Bellevue gazette. (Bellevue City, N.T. [i.e. Neb.]) 1856-1858 | View Entire Issue (July 9, 1857)
STRICKLAND & CO.,
R. S. N EWEff, EDITOR.
DELLEVUE, N. T.
THURSDAY, JULY 0,1857.
TO DKLtSATB TO C0NOSISS,
GEN. LEAVITT L. BOWEN.
There will It a County Convention
i t the voters of Sarpy County, al the
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Unity Paper. jmrty ImJ jut lift romp on tnc morning icit Mar uihr, while their tops are troicn
Messrs. IUaaiT & CiartNTta, of the uf rtunlay, the tiih ot June, irw, bdoui on ana corned throuen the air to an in-
lhe 9 o clock, A.M. AIhwi iou Indians credible distance. iWr. uilbert pcrceiv-
..ui..ji4 lrri.l nn nur t rfl I II 11(1 Slir- I inrr tha itwaktminn anil evprv kind of
morning of the 4ili of July, to issue roilIlli,..i ' . ,hev commenced finnir on movable thimr flvinff thouch the air. rush-
daily paper, entitled the " Daily Morning our njCn,tliey killed four men of our r-d into the house, and called upon the
Bugle! In their Salutary, they remark party. After their gum were uiscnarg- family tc come out as soon at possible,
t?J, the Indians retired to a creeK ciose oy ior tne comet nail si ruck, ana tueir urns
nd continued their fire until we left the upon earth was short!" lie is probably
wagons. Ik-fore e hod gut out of sight considerab'e astonished to find himself on
they had emptied the wagons, a port of this sublunary sphere to-d y, after having
them purrued us. Our puny C' misled' of fully made up his mind to leave it for he
knew not where.
that they have entered " into a new and
hazardous enterprise," but they promise
their patrons that it shall be their "daily
morning visitor for one year at least
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaiuing in tho Post OlTice, al Bellevue,
June 1st, 1857.
the lltlu at 7 o'clock, V. M., for
the purpose of nominating six Delegates
to aitoml the Territorial Convention, to be
held at Hellevue, to nominnte a suitable
candidate- to represent Nebraska in the
next Congress. All oro invited.
Wm mrrnA with ih piliiom. tliiit it is in ten men. eiulit women and ten children
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fort a "hazardous enterprise" but we ie uie party coining uuu
. ......... ,i I rection wit i two men anu one woman
nave no doubt but mat tne goancau W0UlJeJt on fool ttm out of provisions,
ness community of that far-famed cty, (;e 0f ihe four men killed was endear.
will Patronize this handsome little sheet orinir to escape but was overtaken, and
fWd it nleiuifullv with tho one thins the lart that was seen of him the iiiuiuus
,.- -j "
. . . ...:.i. i were urniuuiu mill uv a i.iiiui.
. . t I 1 IIU .11.111 V. V. ... ' " -" - -
growth, and j.rosper with their prosperity eJ ar(J g- D yeaver.M. Lewis and Sam
and as the editors " How on their own Smith. The wounded are. J. Houston,
BuaU we onlv wish to sav success to the I J. Smith and a woman, name unknown.
School House in lkllevue, on Saturday, Uvedful, and cause it to grow with their P'TS
Not satisfied vet, the whirlwind next at
tacked two tarns beloi ginff to Mr. Henry
Rowe. and utterly destroyed both. One
of them was taken from the underpin
ning" and carried bodily about four rods,
where it fll to the earth a heap of ruins.
The other born was broken in pieces and
strewed about in all directions. Mr.
Rowe also seen s to have had the same
idea concerning this remarkable phenome
non. Mountini? his horse, he rode as
nurney John G
Klackhart U 2
Baldwin Walter C
Bickel John M
Floyd T C
n....Vo w a o
Dual and its Democratic principles. Heiidrickson, with two companies quirkly as possible to Fitch's Corners, and (j;inore Augustus
O ray Mrs Alicida
The Desoto Pilot, of the 4th says that out to bring in the survivors,
of the Cih Infantry, who had just arrived
here from Fort Leavenworth, has gone
As his coni'
' Territorial Convention.
Dy reference to the above you will see
that a meeting is called in this county, to
appoint delegates to attend the Conven
tion to be held at this place, on next Tues
day and without saying anything further
on the subject at present, we hope that the
counties who feel interested in the well
fare of the Territory, will be on hand in
good numbers and harmony and good
feeling pervade their deliberations.
- We had the pleasure last week of vis
iting this place, and from personal obser
vation, we are prepared to say, as a pub
lic journalist, what we have refused in
regard to many towns in Nebraska.
on last Sunday evening an affray occurred
about a mile below that place between a
man ly the name of Blackwood and another
named Lamb. It seems that the difficulty,
arose about a disputed claim. We under
stand that Lamb under the influence of
liquor, went to the house of the former; a
dispute arose, when threats were made
and blows followed. Blackwood struck
Lamb with an axe, and the latter refu
sing to leave the premises, was shot by
Blackwood, the ball lodging in the abdo
men. Un Monday morning Blackwood
gave himself up to the civil autliorities.-
Lamb's recovery is doubtful.
we understand that there was also a
stabbing i. flair in Florence, on the 4th of
July between a man named Kingsley, and
a blacksmith of that place, in which the
mand is on foot it will be impossible fur
him to pursue the Indians, who are well
This may looked upon as the commence
ment of the Cheyenne war. Col. Sum
ner hus gone out after this tribe, but one
portion of his command is on the Arkan
sas nnd the other on the Platte, two hun
dred miles apart, so that the Indians have
a fine chance of slipping in between nnd
getting in his rear, which, it appears,
thev have done. As the emigration cross
ing the plains this year is very large,
horridly inquired of those he met if they
did not believe the comet had struck.
Considerini the fact of these wonderful
occurrences happening on the 13th of
June the day set by a German astrono
mer for the destruction of the earth it is
not to bo wondered nt that a somewhat
credulous man should entertain this idea,
placed in these singular and appalling
Beyond the barns of Mr. Rowe, the
course of this whirlwind is marked dis
tinctly to the Oswezo River, by upturned
trees, here and there through orchards
and wood lots, but after getiing about one
mile east of Mr Rowe s residence its
Hughes John W.
Mosher Merritt C 2
Mahun William A
Beaird George B
Baldwin W C
Hathaway S S
Jamner MissB E
Lancaster John F
there will be a preat loss of life and prop- principal fury seems to have been spent,
erty, unless the Government promptly and its traces disappeared entirely on
sends an additional mounted force in that reaclun? the river.
din ction. Instead of sending such an Such is a brief but truthful account of a
unnecessarily larce number of troops to whirlwind which we do not believe evei
Utah, a portion should be sent to chastise had its equal on this globe for fury and
Roman Patrick Reed R
Russel Mrs Elizabeth Ramon M D
Sherwood &. Co. W M 2 Sturges Henry 2
Otoe city, is a point which unouestiona
bly has !a future and also many prominent former was eo severely stabbed, that he
advantages, known and realized by a few llV0J "Y a few minutei. The latter is
nlace onlv. nn iIia AT;n.ii i t,pp Ti !- now in custody at Omaha. A woman was
ahnntpd nhnut PiVni miln. .nuth v.. the cause of this sad occurrence!
bra ska city, and is the point formerly so
well known as the Utah and California
Emigrant route of 1819. Its ancient and
well Uvd Jen vagon roads, has gained it
notoriety both east and west, as a crossing
place on tho Missouri river having ns
superior north or south of the place. The
Nebraska shore is a high commanding
Rock Bluff, for the distance of two miles,
with & levee seemingly formed by nature,
as the out-let of & most beautiful valley
and which is without the least improve
ment, one of the most convenient, as well
as the most permanent of Missouri land
iagi. As you leave. the valley from the
levee, west, you will observe a perfect,
gently slopins erode, until you reach a
It will be seen by reference to our col
umns that Messrs. Casady and Test, Ban'
kers in this city give notice, that after the
1st day of July, they will not receive on
deposit or otherwise, t e notes purporting
to be issued by the following banks to wit;
Agricultural Bank of Tennessee, rsema
ha Valley Bank, Nebraska, Merchants
Bank, Macon Georgia, and Bank of Te-
cumseh Michigan. H e are glad to see
that this Banking House have taken the
stand upon this question, rs either of rne
Banks above named are in good repute,
even in the Slates and Territory where
The notes of these
the lndiuns who are murdering and rob
bing our citizens nt our very doors.
i ours, &u., A. is.
St. Louis RrpMican.
A Terilbte Whirlwind.
ProbabU Loss of Life Buildings Unroof
ed 7res Vvturmd iSarn-bhovtls ami
Tree Tops llvina through the Air Im
mense Loss of Projxrty The Comet
Supposed to have Struck.
Durinff the prodigious storm of rnin
which deluded the earth on Saturday af
ternoon, one of the most re norkable and
destructive whirlwinds which we have ev
er heard of, vistid the section of country
lying to the south-west of this city, in the
town of Oswego, r rom actual observa
tions made yesterday, upon the spot, to
gether with such information as we ob
tained from the most reliable authority,
we cive a brief statement of the affair.
The tornado coinuifncLd at a point hve
miles south-we!t of thi city, near the res
idence of Mr. Peter Simmons. During
the storm two large clouds were observed
prodigious power, and which stretched
over a section of about five miles, mark-
ing its course with destruction to every
thing thut came In its way. The loss of
property cannot be less than 3o U iu.
Schell Jac b
Selkregg Wm A 2
Sherwood Willis M 2
Tilton John E
Thornton Lindley M
Vanette J W
Smith Milton II
they ore located. The notes
banks cannot be used by the merchants of rushi,lff toget ier with immense force ; the
una i-iiv, uicvuuhw.. "i i"y i :JO nF ih..r fniii-mn rpspinh tu me re-
freight bills with them on the lumber t of cannon, ttnd was heard at a con-
snippeu 10 uim ciiy uio hoics oro nov iu-1 ;jorn0 j- ,.po Th wind neeins to
high, and most astonishingly beautiful T'S h leaped from the clou Is, and descend-
mil: nr;rl ..v-r 1-1,-1,1 ..rpirbinrr "T " ..7 "VI ea towarus tne earin ; iua enurv ruw ui
1 .. . . ' community are 01 nun vaiue anu may ue . beloneinff to Mr. Simmons, ivastak
.. .. ...m. I t . I i . i j I . t .a I K n I 1 . .1 L'l.. I . .... ..I. ...... W. I J . . . .
away ncsiaiu, ummi tfc i mat v mo i rcgarucu as ijumi iiusieis. Al duili uuau
could be driven out of circulation we would
have a better currency. They are now
forced upon the community by men who
borrow them at a very low rate ot inter
est and by loaning them at three percent
per month, are enabled to make a hne
prom troin a currency wnicn is reauy
worthless let every banker say he will
not receive such trash on deposit then
the merchant will refuse to take it, and
these Shin Plasters will have to seek on
other locality, and we will have in their
stead cold and silver, or the currency
furnished by solvent banks. e hope
every one will set his lace against wis
Shin riuster Currency. C. B. Bugle,
vision aud as if nature intended to make
the valley below, the inott enchanting in
the world, your eye rests upon an abund
nut and luxuriant growth of yiung timber
which is exhilarating to the senses, and
gladdens the heart of him who can ap
precinte the pleasure of a change from
the monotonous scenery of the prairie
and in addition to this, the lavish hand of
nature has added another auxiliary, to
cap the climax in this enchanting spot
and make it perfect. Innumerable cold
crystal springs which unite in one clear,
sparkling rill, meanders through the
deep, dark forrests of this little valley to
the levee of the city, and then empties in
to the turbid wate-s of the Missouri. This
valley has no equal that we have seen in
Nebraska, for sublime scenery and pic
turesque grandeur it is all the most ar
dent admirer of the romantic and beauti
ful could wish.
The enterprising proprietors, Messrs.
Hall, Dtxmom & Be sett, have ex
hibited good taste in locating the Main
street of the city, through the centre of
the valley, which will add much to the
Iudlan Hostilities on the Plains.
f Emigrant Train Attacked and De
stroyed tour .l Kuled aft two .Ven
and one trotnan Wounded me inJi
aM in rear of Vol. Sumner's Command
We have just received a letter from
t ort Kiley, which we publish below, iu
formiiur us that an emigrant train had
been attacked and destroyed by the Chey
enue Indians, about 50 miles west of that
It may be recollected thut Uui. sumner
left Fort Levenworth some three or four
weeks ago, with six companies of cavalry
and two companies of uifuntry, for the
purpose of making war upon the Lney
convenience and beauty of the place enues. He divided hi for e, sending one
The former proprietors of this place, less portion up the Arkansas, under command
enterprising and energetic than the pres
ent owners, either over-looked or neglect
ed to foster one of the best natural sites
for a city, ever proffered by bountiful na
ture to the enterprising spirit of man.
Under the inanagemeat of its present
proprietors, we may reasonably expect of
this place, what nature and destiny de
Messrs. Sherwood &. Bryan, have es
tablished a Dry-goods and Grocery Store
at this place many new houses are in
of Major Sedgwick, and leading the oih
ertmnself up the i'latte. It wouiu appear
that the Indians have slipped down be
tween these two columns, and commenc
ed murdering and robbing in their rear.
The Cheyennes are amongst the bold
est and most warlike on our Western pra
iries, and if once fairly aroused, will be
difficult to subdue. They number about
one thousand warriors, and will doubtless
be joined by many young Sioux braves,
with whom they are closely connected.
As there are a great many emigrants
crossing the plains this season, it is very
much to be feared that we shall soon hear
progress of erection and finally a Steam 0f other catastrophes similar to that de
Ferrv Boat, second to none on the Mis- scribed below:
souri river, is on ns way from St. Joseph,
fr eighted down with lumber for the new
We be-speak for this place a bright
future success to it, for it is a part of
tQT Our Steam Ferry Boat has not
yet arrived. We learn that some of the
machinery became injured, and it will be
Nta Fort Rilet, June 9, 1S57.
Ma. xiToa: Our quiet community
has just been thrown into considerable ex
citement by the news that the Indians,
supposed to be the Cheyennes, have at
tacked a small party of emigrants alxuit
80 miles west of Fort Riley, and killed
four men and wounded two men aud one
woman. One of the survivors, Mr. A. P.
Weaver, has reached this placo aud
makes the following statement :
About 80 miles from the Post on the
Frp-iHi-an Fork of Kansas Hivr, my
en off. and the fragments, boards, shin
gles, and pieces of rafters, strewed along
for the distance of a mile and a quarter
The whirlwind passed on, nnd next
struck the dwelling house of Mr. J nines
Cole, tore out the gable end, and took up
the building, actually turned xt halj round
on its foundation I Incredible as this ap.
rears, it is strictly true ; aud .'ihe front
door of the house, which formerly opened
towards the street, now opens into a lot
ttdioiuinir the yard. Mr. and Mrs. Cole
were absent at tne nine, leaving iwo win-
dren in the house. It may well be sup
posed that on their return, they were con
siderably astonished at the appearance of
things, thouuh overioyed to find their
children unharmed, except from fright
Tho wind having spent its fury and
malice nt this point, departed on its jour
nev to the eastward
The orchard of Mr. Oliver Foster, was
next in its course. This was comp etely
prostrated, some of the tree taken up and
tossed hither and thither, at the sport of
the destroyer, and the tops of the trees
sent flying through the air at a great dis
The whirlwind having thus executed its
puriMso in destroying properly, next made
an attempt upon hf ', with but too fearful
success. A German teamster, named
Martin Schwader, iu the employ of Mr.
Furniss, who owns a saw mill iu that re
gion, was loading stoves in a wagon.
Old Mr. Furniss was handing him the
staves, while the teamster took them and
stowed them away iu the wagon. The
attention of the two men was attracted by
a singular noise, when, looking upwards,
they saw a common barn-shovel flying
through the air over their htads, at about
thirty feet from the ground, and twirling
around in the m st singular manner.
Naturally enough their eyes were riv
eted upon this remarkable phenomenon,
and the next instant a small maple tree,
standing nearly iu length from the wagon,
was caught by the wind and the top of it
thrown directly across the wagon, knock
ing the tenmter down upon the staves,
and throwing Mr. Furniss to the ground.
The latter was but slightly injured, and in
some ten minutes help was at hand. The
top of the tree was cut away, and the un
fortunate German found lying on the staves
which were covered ly his blood from the
mouth and head. He was taken up in
sensible, and medical aid procured tr m
this city as soou as possible. At the last
accounts he was stilj insensible, and it is
thought he cannot survive.
After this bloody exploit, the tornado
sped on to a wood lot of about ten acres,
owned by Gilbert &. Penfield. Through-
! out the wh'.! ten ncrc? 'here i no a tree
Corrected weekly by Clarrb &. BioTnm,
Forwarding and Com. Merchants.
Flour Family, $S,00 per lOOlbs
" Extra Superfine, $5,50 00
Meal $1 00 per 100 lb.
Apples Dried, $4 00 $5 50 bus.
Peaches " 4 00 (o 4 50 "
Butter New 50 r f ft
do Old packed, 30 40 C lb
Beans $5 00 V bim.
Corn $2,00 T bush.
do. Seed $2 75 do.
OaU $1 25 (m 1 30 bunh
Bacon Shoulders 15 ltic lb.
Sugar cured 20c 3 ft
Kegs 25 25c "p dox
Hides Dry, 8 to 10c
do Green 3 4c
Hav $25 00 $25 00 tun
Pork clear $32 00 f bbl.
Lard 20 25 c ft
Onion $3.50 (5) $4.00 bus
Potatoes $3 00 3 50 "
Pelts Sheep 75c (g) $1 00
do Coon 40 50c
Lumber Cottonwood sheaf? 30 m.
" do n. edged $35 00 "
do Oak, Walnut, Bawood $45 00
do rine Hiding, clear $5 00 13 ni.
do Flooring 2d $70 00 $75 00
1st $75 00
Board $75 00
Shingles Pine $10 50 m.
" Cottonwood $5 50
Lath Pine $12 00 per m.
Doors " $3 50 $4 75 each.
fcah $7 00 $2 1-4 per casement.
Weltner John R 5 Wortendyke II
Whiling Martha B Warden Wm
Warden James G Warner E C
Warren Wm A Wheeler A
Wireman Alfred A 3
Zeicler B W 2
Fersons calling f ir any of the above
letters, will please saj advertised.
Li. IS. KINNEY, P.M.
H. COOK GRIFFITH. C. E. BUTTESFIELn,
Griffith St Butterfleld, -
BUTCHERS, ana aeaiers in CATTLE,
SHEEP and SWINE, hav permanently
located themselves in Bellevue City, and are
prepared to furnish the citizens of Bellevue
with fresh meat on Tuesday and Saturday
morning or eacn week, ana ortener ir necessa
THE CHICAOO CITY
Room No. 1 Masonic Temple, Dearbon
EDMUND CANMEtD, HENST CHtFMAff.
IIAAC COOK, , H. S. MONSOE.
H. A. WYNCOOP.
Edmund Canfield, Pres., Wm. S. Bates.
oouj, ucuj j vuapman, ireas.
rpiH3 Company was organized on the 27th
J. day of March, A. D. 1855. under a
ial charter from the Legislature of Illlt.nl.
and business commenced under the moat fa
vorable aimpices. Its establishment has been
upon a firm and reliable basis, and In view of
us siaoiuiy, sounaness.and permanency, ranks
as one of the first Insurance Companies in the
country. To those desirous of protecting
themselves against loss ordamare bv Fire, or
perils of the Sea, they beg leave to offer the
Messrs. Stone fc Witt. Cleveland, Ohio.'
.. Williams k. Avery, Chicago, IIU
" Norton k. Brother, "
" Stone St Boomer, "
H. S. Durand, Pres. Racine Jt MiM. R. R.
(ieo. C. Northrnp, Cash. Itaclne Co. Bank.
Wm. P. Lind, Esq., Milwaukee.
J. O. Conroe, Esq. Racine.
Ashley Gilbert, Cash. Com'l B'lc, Chicago.
Henry Farnham, President Chicago . Rock
Island Rail Road.
Daniel P. Rhodes, Esq., Cleveland, Ohio.
Thomas Campbell, Esq., Springfield, 111.
Hon R. Chamberlin, St. Louis, Mo.
Messrs. Wadswortb, Wells k. Seymour,
Messrs. I. H. Burch ft. Co., Chicago Bank.
Messrs. O. W. Sizer 4. Co. Chicago, 111.
Wm. Blanchard, Esq.. Morris, 111.
Messrs. H. C. 4. O. G. Cook 4. Co., Rock
Messs. H. Wheeler A. Son, Aurora 111.
Messrs. Judd, Smith 4c Pratt, Dixon, 111.
Nehamiah Case, Esq., Buffalo, N. Y. -
Wm. B. Fundy, Esq., Springfield, III.
Gen. I. Cum, Springfield, III.
Richard Ivers, Esq., St. Louis, Mo. ,J '
34 JOHN J. TOWN, Agent at Bellevue.
CONSTANTLY on hand and for salt br
the FONTENELLE BANK.
Pre-emptors can make a handsome
by using Warrants.
All Warrants sold by the above Institution
JOHN J. TOWN, Cashier. -Bellevue.
June 27, 1857. 3 J
Palmer & Averill,
WHOLESALE and ReUil dealers In China.
Glass and Queensware, Mirrors and
Fancy Goods, Lamps, Waiters, Table Cutlery,
Britannia Ware, Itc. Our stock is entirely
new, very large, and carefully selected, and
by adhering strictly to the cash system, we
are able to offer very great inducements to all
who may favor us with a call. 33 J
BY THE GOVERNOR OF NEBRASKA.
Executive Department, )
Omaha City, N. T. J
To the qualified voters of Nebraska Terri
tory t I, Mark W. Izard, Governor of the
Territory of Nebraska, in pursuance of an act
ry. 1 hey can be found at the grocery of Wat- or the Legislative Assembly, approved Janu
tles A. Pike, where they will be happy to wait ' ary 2, 1850, entitled "Elections,'' do hereby
upon their customers. 3m33
Just Received, and for Sale,
A LARGE stoek of Furniture, consisting In
part of Wood, Rush, Spindle, Split Bottom,
Jenny Lind, Maple. Mahogany, Children's and
umce Chair, Kockers, fee; Bureaus, (jenter,
(Jard, (Mhce, isreaicrast and Dinner lames,
Leaf, Toilet, Work and Wash Stands, Office
Desks, Sofas and Sofa Lounge, Double and . memW ta th Hnn nf Rnrnlativ. t
Single Lounge, Trundle Beds, Bedsteads of j the Territorial Assembly, to wit The Coiin-
teclare and make known, that an election will
be held in the several counties ot this Terri- ,
torv. on the first Monday in August, A. D. '
1837, for one Delegate to the Congress of the
United States, one Territorial Auditor, one
Territorial Treasurer, one Territorial Lihrsri
an, one Attorney General, and one District
Attorney for each Judicial District, to be vo
ted for fcv the qualified voters of the District
for which he is to be elected. Also, thirty-five
various kinds, Tin Safe, Mattresses, &.c.,&,c
Terms cash. l'ALMtlt Jt AVLH1LL,
JUST RECEIVED, a large and fine assort
ment of Gent's Shoe and Gaiters.
33lf PALMER &, AVERILL.
ANOTLER LOT of Clothing just received
at 33tf PALMER it AVERILL.
CO Sacks G
eJU sold, by
For Territorial Auditor.
S. L. CAMPBELL, will be supported at
the ensuing election for Territorial Auditor,
by MANY VOTERS.
BRICK AND LUMBER.
A LARGE quantity of first rate Brick and
XI. Lumber for Sale, at reasonable rates.
Enquire at the Bellevue Ilouoe.
35 JOSEPH E. PRAY.
Ira A. W. Buck,
T- AND snd General Agent. Pre-Emption
J Papers prepared. Land Warrants bought
ana sold. Office in the Old State House, over
the U. S. Land Office.
. REFER TO
Hon. A. R. Gillmore, Receiver, Omaha.
Hon. Eno Lowe, "
Hon. 8. A. Strickland, Bellevue.
Hon. John Finney,
Hon. J. Sterling Morton, Nebraska City.
Omaha, June 2J. 1857. 35
NO MORE HARD TIMES.
8. M. PIKE,
TTAS established himself in a NEW GRO-
I 1 CERY STORE, in Bellevue, on Mission
Avenue, east ot Main Street, where he will
keep constantly on hand, all kinds of fresh
He has also a choice lot of liquors, and ev
ery other article usually kept in a Grocery
(T,f A meat market is kept in the base
ment storv. for the accommodation of the cit-1 A LARGE
PALMER & AVERILL have on hand a lot
of fine Black DoesKin and Cassimerej
also, a large lot of fancy Cassimeres. Those
wishing a good article would do well to call
and examine the above. 33tf
NATLSand GLASS Cheap at the LCLLE
CUTLERY A large assortment of Pocket
Knives, Knives and Forks, itc., at the
- A large stock of READY-MADE
CLOTHING, at Esstern Prices, can be found
at the BELLEVUE STORE. no 30-tf.
Salt in 8tore and mils' be
CLARKE It BRO.
110 Sacks of Family Flour, for eale by
CLARKE Jt BRO.
June 4th 1857, n31 2t.
Clothing! Clothing I Clothing!
A LARGE STOCK OF READY MADE
Clothing of the latest Fashion, at
CLEARWATER, WHITE it SANDERS.
June 4tb, 1857. n31.
JOOKIN'G GLASSES of all sizes, at
CLEARWAEER, WHITE It SANDERS.
ties of Dahkota, Cedar and L'Earqui Court,
will elect two Representatives; the Counties
of Burt and Cuming will elect one Represen
tative; the county ot Washington will elect
three Representatives; the county of Douglas
will elect eight Representatives; the county of
Sarpy will elect four Representatives! the
counties of Dodge and Platte will elect, loint
ly, one Representative; the counties of Cass,.
Lancaster, Gaghand 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 of Richardson and Pawnee will elect
three Representatives. And at the same time
and place the qualified voters of each coutity
will elect the following county officers, to witi
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
counties lying nearest adjacent to the uuorgan
ized counties, will proceed to divide the 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, and of the Independence
of the United States of America, the
By the Governor,
MARK W. IZARD.
T. B. Cuming, Secretary. n3i
POCKET KNIVES and Table Cutlery to
be found at
CLEARWATER, WHITE It SANDERS.
I) EST American Calicoes at 12 1-2 cents
I per yard, and other Dress Goods in pro
CLEARWATER, WHITE at SANDERS.
TUST ARRIVED, a large quantity of
J FLOORING and SIDING, and for eale by
no29-tf H. T. CLARKE.
V mTvWm. 9
Wens of Bellevue, and vicinity.
W. II. Longsdorf, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office on
Main, between Twenty- Fifth and Twenty
Sixth streets, Bellevue City. 33tf
Corner of Locust and ( ooledgc Streets,
ASSORTMENT OF CROCK-
DOUBLE and Single Eastern made Har
nesses, at '
CLEARWATER, WHITE It SANDERS. '
IHESH FLOUR. A fine lot of Fancy 8U
' PERFINE FLOUR, received by the Mo
nongahela. Also. Fresh CORN MEAL by the steamei
John Warner, no 29-tf H.T.CLARKE.
MACHINIST & COF PER SMITH,
la all its Branches.
BFLI.WU15 AND OMAHA.
LITIIOCRArulNG AD ENGRAVING
ESTABLISHMENT AT .
Bellevue, TT. T.
Office Levee, at the old Trading Poet
TOWN PLATS, Maps, Sketches, Headings
of Letters, Bills and Certificates, ad
every description of plain and fancy engraving
ami lithographing work neatly done.
Our presses being of the best and most im
proved kind, we hope to execute work equal
to the best ia the United States.
S. W. Y. SCHIMONSKY,
3m32 THOS. P. BOY ES.
BOOTS and SHOES Twenty cases cl
Boots and Shoes, all size, at the
CEOHGS STSINGCR. T. A. HOWIO.
Stringer is Ilowig.
DEALER9 in Pin Lumber of every de
scription, Shingles, Lath, Hash, Doors,
Ite., corner of Hancock and Tweuty-Seyesth
Street, Bellevue, N. T. 132
rpEA, TEA, TEA A tip-top article ci
X Young Hyson, at C5 cts. per pound, at Ue
HARDWARE, Spades, Shovels, H
Forks, te., at the
BF.LLF.VUT STOP F.
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