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About Bellevue gazette. (Bellevue City, N.T. [i.e. Neb.]) 1856-1858 | View Entire Issue (July 16, 1857)
Local & Miscellaneous.
ALL PERSONS Indebted to the "Caiefe"
fer subscription or advertisements, will please
make Immediate payment toT. D. Lemon, th
authorised agent fcr collection, nd perons
wl . have accountat,airistthepapr,will pre.
flit them, with their Touchers, to the ac;eut,
for settl.-inent, vl.hout delay.
ft hivj biau frequently ns'eJ con
cerning tho mill r.rrjiijeiiitfnU of thij
city, aul !i'inj ui'iitioiud it to our gen
tleiuaaty Tost Muster, L. lL Kinvtr
12 kj., lie resjunJeJ immediately ly hmiJ
inj u the following, wliioh tv i.uert ir
tho benefit o' our citizens.
Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sat
urday, at 5 o'clock 1'. M. closes Sun
days. Tuesdays, and Thursdays, at 0
o'clock P. M.
Arrives Tuesday, Thursdays, and Sat
urdays at 5 o'clock 1'. M. closes fame o
Arrives Mondays, Wednesdays, and
Fridays at 10 o'clock A. M. jloses at 5
o'clock T. M. of same days.
Arrives Mondays, Wednesdays, and
FriJays at 5 o'clock P. M. closes same
days ul 10 o'clock A. M.
L. B. KiKxtt, 1 M.
Tut Starr or Lite. We visited the
city rf Omaha a bhort time ago. and in
ttrollin through the place, we ran ucross
a couple of old friend.', buys from Co
luiiilus, OLio, Messrs Jcmea'on and .u
l nock, who are now engage in the ba
kery business and doiiij; a liret-rule
business at that. When tln-y lira started
i i that place, only about o. e year ajo,
they were poor and rented a small 8 by
10 !hop, covered with muslin for which
tliey hud to pay thirty dollars per mouth
rent-:hey now ovn a neat frame build
i.i'jf iti -ir o.v.i, stored wil l fruits and
c iuft ctiouaries of various kinds nnd a
large bakery attached, in successful ope
ration. Mr. Jameson i'j a good laker, and
Charley h a printer a regular typo, but
he has forsaken bis castf for t!i knead
ing trough :nid uitisid of coinpotiug
nAlzr to fud the mind, he is uow di
ploid in colh'Liing inuterial to la t p the
koul . nd body touhcr. Charley liuds it
in ire profitable, uud we don't blame him.
S-t-YCs t eiury n:id enterpr'se
IInow nc Sroac -.les.rs. F. ii 3.
Nye of litis city, have one of the largest
and iniM varied assortment of Hardwure,
Tin ware and ivery other kind f ware
ever seen weot of the Missouri. To test
litis fact, call at their btune Hardware
Store, on Main etreet, in this city, and
satisfy yourselves. You will find them
g xki, whole-souled fellows, who are ready
at all times to wait upon their customer,
and give satisfaction to all who may cull
i pou thrin.
Advertising. Tin re is no better sign
of su cess in business, than advertising.--Show
us the man who ad vt rises and pays
the printer, and we will show you a good
bsiness man. Look at the column of
Messrs Palm En & Avebill they are
just commencing to fix up. Look out for
large sales and low prices. Call and
judge for yourselves.
Franklin Sabbath School or
Tlatte Vallet. A Snblath School of
the above mime was organized last Sun
day, near Owen & Carlyle's Mill, under
the Superintendence of Mr Dailcy .They
met t twice each SuLl nth. We wish the
originators of this movement success.
Similar organizations would provo highly
beneficiul lo the inhabitants of the Teni
tory, if thy were established iu every
Warm Weatuer. Yesterday was the
wannest day of this season. Tliermom
ctirsin arious rait. cf tbeiiiy, iu the
shade indicated lOGto 110 degrees. If
our eastern friends can show i taller
figures than these, we should like ta have
them produce them. Still we have cool
and refreshing nights jua right for
It A Melt usa Mood. Everything
these hot days, both aninuie aul in
nn mate, appiars to le in a" nutting
moo." Yesterday afiern kki, a prir
of rollers in our office were ttaud
ing together quietly agninst the wall,
when one of them catching th prevail
in.' rpiJHini", commenced mimed av'y to
run, a:J bt fore we. wi re aware, f uttered
out o;i the floor like a p iii-cake. If we
are late in getting our issue out this week
or the imprestion imperfect when we
do get out, blame it upon the weather.
JThe aono incar.t of J mot 0. Chsp.
Ban, Esq., District Attorney fur this Dis
"icf, w:jj appear ta oar acxt.
The new Monongahela while ly
ing at the Council LlufTs lower laudrngi
last Sunday, on her return trip, caught
fire near the stern, on the hurricane deck
and burnt through into the calin, but by
prompt application of a few buckets of
water, the fire wns soon extinguished.
Mission AvtKvfc Cao-tar. Mr. S. M.
Pike, Is filling up 1,1 New Grocery, Willi every
kind of goods asked for in his line and not
content wi'.h this, he his In connection with
Messrs. Criflith Jt Butterfield, started a meat
market to supply the wants of Bellevue. We
hops the citizens will patronise them.
St iams"ats. We have had several S.eam
boats from St. Louis since our last Issue, and
had prepared a lis', with remarks upoa their
Speed, cspselty, fcc. Ac, but wing to acci
dents which have occurred In consequence of
the excessively hot weather, we cannot post
pone the Issue of our paper any longer.
News from the Plains.
A painful rumor has reached us, thnt
one hundred and fifiy V, S. Soldiers and
tentnsters have been murdered by the In
dians, west of Fort Kearney and as it
has rot been tontn.dic;ed, we fear that the
worst hns not been told. The Pacific city
Enterprise toys that "dipt. Dixon enme
down on the United States steamt r Mink
yesterday inominc and reported the loss
of many of our soldiers, in a conflict with a
large body of the Cheyennes and Arrn pa
hoes, two hundnd miles west of Fort
The Messenger who brought the new?,
reached St. Mary's on last Saturday.
His name is YelluinJeer, nn old French
trader, whose statements are perfectly re
liable. II j Mated to C.ipt. Dixon, Col.
Sarpy and others, that eleven days before,
he hud left Col. Sumner, who told him that
be sent one hundred soldiers and fifty
teamsters a little in udvance of his main
body; when they were attacked I y a large
body of C'leyeni. i an I Arrapthoes, an I
all were slain; that he intend d to proceed
directly in pursuit of the enemy, and wouid
not pause until he hnd revenged the loss
of hiscompi t riots and punished the savage
hordes who had butchered them.
The Philadelphia LeJgtr rnys. that
Hon. Stephen A. Douglass thiul'S thnt
the way lo subdue the Mormons totibedi
enee to ihe Federal authorities, is lo re
peal the organic act I lotting the territo
rial government out of existence. The
country w uld then revert to its primitive
condition, under ihe solo ntd exclusive
jurisdiction of the United States Govern
ment, and ihe Mormons could be punished
in any Sn'o or Territory. It will be time
enough to try that remedy when other
more legitimate inans fail. At present,
the Government is entraged in the work
of enforcing lh authority of the laws, 1 y
sending; out a force rufHcient to m.-inin
the Federal officers. We bhnll then
probably know whelhei the stories of
Mormon outrages are exaggeration or
not. Nothing nppenrs to be so lively as
the imacirintion of letter-writers for the
press, and they often epice their articles
the more abundantly the more difficult it
H to reach a timely refutation. The show
of earnest in enforcing it power has al
ways been sufficient with the mo t oldu
rate opp;r.s of the Government's au
thority. IJrbbam Young is n fool,
however his followers may be. He will
b blow trt resist, when resistance mu.t
end in his d:scoiiifiturp.
Q LL'VUc MA1KET
Correct d weekly by Clarke & D'o-tim,
ronrarding and lorn. Merchants.
rio ir Familv, $V0 per lOOlbs
KWtra S irWfi.ie. $5.50 00 "
" Hn-. $1,50.
Meal $ I 00 per tOOllis.
App'es Dri- d, t 00 (3) $5 50 bus.
Peaches 4 00 4 50 "
Ji itter ew 30 r P
Ho Old parked, 23c ft
rtenris n 0.1 1 h is.
Con $1.75 V hush.
Oat$l 23 ft I 30 bttsh
D-d Beef 20c per lb.
Silt G. A., pef sack, $3,r0.
riacoa Sho il.lers U Q 15c lb.
Rides 1 1 17c.
II ims I ie
Ruf ar cured 18c "A fc
Hides Dry, lOe
do Green, 4c
!Iv li 00 $23 P019 tun
Pork clar $U 0 ) 19 bbl., 13 per lb.
r.trd 20 a 25 e f lb
O ilouw $10 $ 1.00 t3 bus
Pot.toe $ 00 2 50 "
Pelts Sheep T5e (S $1 00
do Om 40 Q) 50
Lumber Cot' o i woo I sheafs 33 a m.
do ded $35 00
do Oik, W.ilnu', Biool $15 03
do Pine i ting, clear $V5 ft) m.
da Flooring 21 $70 oo
1st $75 0)
Bosrds, $.V) $75 00
Shingles Pine t 50 ( $!) 50 tn.
CottMweo I $5 50
J.sth Pine $10 00 per m.
Door $3 50 75 each,
ash ?1 00i,$ .i per casement
fPF.A, Tr.A, TEA A tlp-top article tl
X. Yuunj ilyeon. at 5 ct. per po;uid,tthe
TTARDWAHE, Spades, b5ts!s, Uses,
xx torus, etc., at ids
At Hie earnest eolicltatlon of many that srs
Interested, Mrs. J. K. NYE, has ilecided to
open a se;e:t schoul In th room above the
Store of Mi. F. A. WHITE, o.i Wednetdiv,
the ntlidayof J ily.to continue twelve weeks.
Many years of successful experience In teach
ing and references from some of the best east
ern schools, rive hr confi lence to ask the
patronare of the chixens of D-llerue.
Tur the first rudiments In reading and spe'l
Inr, $1 a term. Cammoi branches, as writ
ajrammsr, srithmtlc, and (teoriphr, $5
a term. Higher English branches and French,
$0 S term.
It Is Important thnt the p iplla eho ild en'er
St the commencement of the term and be
punctual In their daily attendance and no ds
d iction will le made for absence, except In
cases bf protiac'.ed Illness.
Or, Tho Forger Convicted.
fiST" royouwitntfohavta Strt Prtvmfivt
against Counterfeiting EanJt jYote
REAM REAM! READ! ! !
Subscribe! Subscribe! Subs:ribc!
JOHN S. DYE Is the Author, Snd the nank
Note engravers all siy that be Is the greatest
jndce of p.iper money livine.
CHEAPER THAN TIIR CHEAPE5Tl
BETTER THAN THE DESTl
Published weekly. Tlie whole only O.ie
Dollar a Year.
GREATEST DISCOVERY of the present
rentnrv for detecting counterfeit Rsnk No'.ej
decriliinjr every eenuine hill In existence, and
exhibiting at a r'ance every counterfeit In cir
culation. Arianss I o admirably that refer
ence is easy and uetretiDi Ins'antsneous. No
pa tres to hunt up. but so simplified and arranced
that the merchant, banker and business man
can se all at a glance.
It tne taken vesrs to make perfect this
GREAT DISCOVERY. The urgent neces.
sity for ench a work has lone been felt by
commercial men. It has been published to
supply the call for such a preven'lve.and needs
but to be known lo be universally patronlted.
It does more than has ever been attempted by
msn. P. describes every bank note In three
different lansuites English, French and Ger
man. Thus each may read the same la Lis
own native tongue.
Tksms. The paper will be about 23 bv 42
inches. Rnd will contain the most perfect Hank
Note List published, toire'her wi n the rate of
discount. Also a list of all the private Hank
er? In America.
A eomp'ete summer? of the Finances of
Europe and America will be published in each
eilition. together wiMi all th imnnrta-it news
cf thediy. Also INTERESTIFG STORIES
from an b'd msnucrint found in the East, and
no where eNe to te found. It his never yet
appeared In print, and furni.hes the most com
plete history of Oriental Life, anil describing
he most perplexin? positions In which the
Ladies and Fe-itlemen of thit coin'rvhsve
been an often fo ind. The.e s'.ories will con.
tinne throughout the whole year, and will
prove the most entertaining ever offered to the
P" Furnished week"v to subscribers nnlv
at$ltyear. AH letters must b addressed
to JOHN S. DYE. Tlroker,
P ibliher and Pronrie'n-,
3m32 ' 70 Wall S'.reet, New York.
EICHER & EAVOrORT,
WOU'.O respectfully i 'fo'in the citizens
of Relleviie and lcinltv tht thev have
eonim".ced the TAILORING BUSINESS in
the hi'ildinp form"rlv occnnie( iv ,T. M. Hsr
Mv.corxer MAIN street and FIFTH AVEN
UE, and intend keeping constantly on hand
WTiIch will be made up to order with neat
ne and 'l-.ns'ch.
Ao. FiniSand HIDES bonsht or fkenln
exchar gs for poodi. no 30-'f.
A. GCTtsCIIMAN .
Mrcr ti Gctzschm inn's
The iindersiened beg leave to inform tl.e
ritiens of the aili'ilnin!; co mtiee in N'ebr
tint they Are buil.linff a new FLOURING
51 ILL, Willi two nm of IJ.irrs, at
sr. mary, Mills co., iow..
to be If n.erapi on the. tnt rf Auir:s. !"5".
Fain.efn villil" well in ri" ple-.M-i f W'l
s we are fiej arc.l t My the l.il.ce'. j il.ts
'.rV Bsr'ev will also It l-ougl.t by tl.e i:o
fi. ri'.ny nar.vnuv,
Vher.'xtl.er.ey'. ie prim.
THE PROPRIETOR OF THE ABOVE
LARGE AND POPULAR
To tho Public, ani will renier
ASSlDCOt S ATTE.TIO.
To fie tcanf of I1IS GUESTS.
J. T. ALLEN.
TJelleyiie, Oct. 23. 1551 l-tf
HATS. CAPS and nOXXETS Th laree.t
and bet aortmen in the Territory of
Nebraska, at the S. Loni. price, at the
7. II. Lonsior", 21. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. O Ties on
Mnl'i.he'ween Twentv.Fiftb and Twenty,
bixth streets, Sellevus City. 33 -f
3VX. T377CX C3."WC13,
Corner or Locust aid Coolcdc Streets,
ClotblDs! 1 lolliirg ! (!otlt!n:
ALRGE STOCK OF RKADY MADS
Clo'hine: of t lset F'Yon, at
CLEARWATER. WHITE i. SANDERS.
Ju.ie th, 137. r.31.
( VOOI. WORTH'S
NEBRASKA IN 10E7.
THIS tr.rk will Sfaln be ready for delivery
by the ITth Inst. The first a unply wss ft',
ceived lat week and wss Immediately sold.
A nevtCo irity Mip, corrected by Mr. Pyers,
tecordlnf to the county boundvl"t estsbllsh.
ed by tin Legislature last winter, hss bfsn
tnirrsved expressly for the worl , and will ap
pear rn the next edl'lon.
Pesldes a history of tht Territory. I s eon
dltlnn and pros-ecs, the work contains th
claim laws of Nebraska, and a direst of the
U:il'ed States pre-emption laws, maklnr a
comple't pre-emp'or'a eulde. Every petsn
Interes'ed In Nebreka should have a' copy of
the work. Price, sclth th map, 75 centj
wl. ho it the msn, 60 cents. Slnirle copies mall
ied. postaee paid, on receipt ot price, to any
part of the country.
i;. c woowvoHTii,
Omaha, June 11, 1S17 ii.t Publisher.
AND 1WPEU HANGINGS.
A complete aseor'ment at
Omslia City, N. T.
r Special agent for Scuooi Cooks.
THE MISSOU'X riteh AND IOWA
AT S i. M AU 8, MILLj CO.,
AT prepared to f irnlsh Western. lows and
ebrlska with s aD, iK .VKI.. . I.M K
RCK, A hi t KINO RINE of every
variety, site and ehspe. Thev have faclH'.les
ror quarrvinir vy QUANTITY, that may
be needed, and also Intend to make
D.1ICX WVT-:R LtM !,
nr.FERAN' ES: I'.I'm tmAC J-. C .,
?T. I.Ofl . G-tCXI, WA , & OkNTOX,
Cortr it D vrra.
All orders sho ild be addressed to
JNO. W. ANTM'NY, S caTART.
St. Mirys, March lSth,lS57. 21tf.
J. A. JONES.
OtO. W. WOOD.
Drug & Chomical Houso
IN Tn a WEST.
OMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA TERRITORY
J3NLS & WOOD,
WnOtrSALC AM) UlTAlL DlALt&S IX
Tobacco, fee. &e, tct.
ITvlnp purchased the entire stock" of
DRUGS and FANCY GOODS formerly be.
loncinirto C. A. Henry b Co., together with
our own full purchases, we are now enabled
to rlT-r the public as comnlete an assortment
of DRUGS and FANCY GOOD! as can be
found we. of the Mississippi river. Our
i'ork I ff marilt"de enouph to supply the
whole NMriska trade j and hsvlnj been pur
chased under the mist fivorable clrcum
e'ances, we feel assured In our statement,
that if Fine Goo Is, rersrds (jnantlty, qual.
i-y and ri'lc-, are any oMecr to those dealinx
li DRUGS and MEDICINES, we can offer
theee inducements ti a greafer exten thauany
o h"-hni.e in the Wes". Co uitry Merchants
and PliV'iciane are requested to examine our
stock before purchasing elsewhere
no 13-tf JONES .V. WOOD.
W. II. STARK.
U. W. ncrsuRK.
Boot and Shoo Store,
On FARNI1AM Street, Opposite the Ex
.r-ELI.EVUK, Miy 20, 1957.
Found In my bnev, placed there bv some
unknown person, a Ladv's W011K BASKET,
containing some articles of vslne totheow ier.
Oithein.ier leaves rf a Bib's Is printed E.
M. Dmiels, and also E. M.Thornton. The
owner Is req nested to makr herself Vnown and
receive the property.
no30-3t WM. A. GWYER.
Tor Territorial Auditor.
8. L. CAMPBELL, will be supported at
the ensuin; electioa for Terrl'orial Auditor,
by MANY VQTER3.
BRICK AND LUMBER.
A LARGE quaiiM'.y of first rate Brick and
-V Litn'ier for 8 if-, at reaaoaable rates.
E iquire at the Sslievue lln ie.
3J J03EP1I E. PRAY.
In A. W. Buci,
TAND and General Ajrent. Pre-Emp'.Ion
4 Pipers prepared, Lnd Warrnts ho ijtlit
au i sold. O'lice iu the Old S.a.e House, over
the U. 8. Land Office.
Hon. A. R. GiUmore, Receiver, Omaha.
Hon. Lnos Lowe,
llo i. s, A. Ktrickland, Eelleyue.
llnu. John Finney.
Hon. J. Sterline Mor'.on, Nebraska Ci'v.
O.-nitn, Jjie2, Ml. 33
NO f.ORE HARD TIMES,
8. 51. PIKE,
RAS es'abMhe,l himself in a NEW GRO.
CERY STORE. In Belleyue, oi Mission
Avenue, east of Mln S:reet, vh-re he will
keep constantly ou hand, all LUidj of fresh
He hss s'so a choice lot cf liquor, and ey.
ery o her article usually kept In a Grocery
(V" A meat market Is kept In the base.
mnt store, tor Uie arcoiatnoiuoa of the cit
Ue.is of Selievue, and vicioi y. 3i3u
L!TII0GUiriiIX3 AND FGRU!G
OlSce Levee, at the o'd Tradirp Tost.
rpOWN TLATS. Maps, Ske'che. Headinf s
ot Le.tets, BilU and CerUfiCS'.e. and
every lccripio:i of pi -s in ami fancy eiig raving
and lithosraphirn wo'k i.eatly clna.
I O ir pres.ea being of the lest ar.d moat lm
crswj k!...J., we ii 'pe U 'c i:e work enuai
I to U.C besl i.l tt United Sta'e..
I 5. W. Y. ECHIMONSKY,
i 3bK TUOS. T. liOYLS
(Commercial Emporium ! !
THE undersized resjee'-f illf so'lelt the atUYlii of fis eitl-am ef 8'tleria and tlelnlrf.
to their extenslva assortment of foods, mbraclnt every variety uaually kept In Uie sreaU
The attention of the ladles If particularly called to our large assortment of drees todaf
fonslttlnc In psrt of silks, French and American Jarnnet snd Organdy Lawns, Derates, De
Lslnes.Ae. Flrured and Plain Swiss, Jaconet and took Muslins, Calicos, Ribbooa. Axtift.
cial Fiowerl and Wreaths, Dress Trimmings, Hosiery, Oonneis, Flats, ate.
BOOTS c&3 SHOI3S.
Lsdles fine moroeco slippers, kid and moroseo buskins, psrodl tie', ant Jenny LlnA, Via1,
Smeled and calf akin laee boots, black and colored waiters, As. Gent's fist morocco and
calf skin boots, flu alotli, calfskin ami patent leather (tl:ers, sew'd tad pey'U saearaea.
ilippers, le. ChllJreu's shoes, a (treat variety.
in aw So
Men's and boys' fins felt, wool, Panama, eurracoa, seinttte, tirtofa, tla.l
rreat variety. r
The largest stock ever opened In this county, eonsistinf or coats, pants, vests, ablrts, cat
lars, over-alls, .c. of all alxes, styles, and quality, for men, boyi au.i chlUrea.
keepers and bulldcri will fijil it to their advantage to call before porcbaslof elsewusra.
AUo. & hrgi
1 Q O
A 11 It.. .V.m. . .kt.1. . .. HL - .
P. A. SARPY,
Wholcgale ft Retiil Merchant,
CORKER OT MAT AKD CRXOOXV STSSKTI,
ST. MARY, IOWA.
HAS just received and now has for sale, a
large assortment of aelected merchandise
adapted to the wante of all In this new and
thriving community, which he can sell asc heap
as can be offered eleewhere so high upon the
Missouri river. His (roods have been selected
by an experienced purchaser, with special
reference tn the circumstances and wants of
all classes of settlers in a new country. La
dles and gentlemen, children end youth, all
can be supplied. Call snd see for yourselves.
His stock consists of the following, among a
preat many other articlea he cannot now sou
meratei Among his
May be foun l Woolen and Sitlnst Cloths,
Casslnets, Tweeds, Cashmeres, Llnseya,
Flat.. il, lied. White, Gray and Blue, Caspian
Plaid-, Cottoa Goo Is, Sheetinps and Shirtings,
Pleached and Unbleached, Blue and Wnite,
Drlllinfrs, Osnaburg, Ded-Ticklng, Hickory
Checks, &c., fee.
A beautiful assortment of fancy prints of
every variety of at vie and pattern. Ginghams,
Lawns, Figured Alpacca, Bombasines, Bom
bayett, Shawls, Scarfs Handkerchiefs, Neck,
erchiefs, Crape, Muslin, Edgings, Ribbons,
A well selected stock of S immer, Fall and
Winter CloUiinr, consisting In part of fine
Dress Coats, Pants and Vests) also, pood
S immer Clothing of all description, and heavy
Clothintrfor Fall and Winter use, Also, Shirts,
Knit Flannel Drawers and Undershirts, Socks,
&c. Mens' and Bovs' Hats and Cans, of va-
rious fashions, qnalitiea and prices. Loots
Shoes, thick and thin, polished and nnpolished.
of every description, (or Men, Women, and
Crushed, Clarified. Loaf and Brown Rusar.
Molasses, Syrup Molasses. Golden Svrnp.
Superior Tea, Rio and Java CofTse, Sassafras,
Cinjrer, Pepper, Cloves, Spice, Cinnamon,
ground Ginger, Nutmegs, bunds, Tobacco,
Ciirars, Pipes, Soap, Candles, Vinegar, Picklea
Pepper-Sauce, tc, Ave.
A larre assortment of Flour, of various
qualities and prices) Corn Meal and all the
various products of the Farm and Cardenj
Bscoii, Fish, Kiln dried Aip'.cs, Peaches,
Currants, Raisins, fee.
S'oves of various patterns, for CooVtee inJ
Heatin? rooms. Stove-nine anil Elbows. 1ti
and small Irot Kettles, Frying Pans, SkilleU
i linn-irons, snoveis ana isup; ies, manure a 1 1
Hay Forks, Scvthe. Shovels and Spade. Lot
and Trace Chain. Axes, Hammers, Pincers
Iron and Steel, Nails, Horse-Rasps, Files
Sawe, Knives and Forks, Pocket Knives, Ra
t ors, B itts and S.rwa, Door Handles, Kno
L,OCS, &.C., itC.
A general aasortment kept for bousehok
Wssh-tuSs, Shakers Pails. Wood and Zinc
Sole Leather, Harness Leather. Cosvblde,
Kip Skins, Calf Skins, L! nines and Morocco.
Saddle, Bridie', Millers. Lariat, Cireitglee,
Belly-bands, Drivlnir-liii, Collars, Hack
atrapa, Girths, Blind-bridles, ItC., .V.
A psneral assortment of Medicines, for
Fevers, Fever and Atue. and the common
eomplaints of the country. Cook's. Lee',
Sappenyton'a, Brace, nif Juvnes' Pill, Qui.
nine, Tonic, and various kinds of Stimulant,
Anodynes. Liniments, and other articles nece.
earv for the eick and the Invalid. l-tf
LOT t, Blck 258 ) L t fl. Block 253 ( Lot T
ft'ftck ISO , L-t 10. B ock 177 ; L t i. Block
5" t L-t 4. B ock lMj L t 10. Block 68 1 Lot
S. Block 2 lit Lo'O. Bock 133 Lot 4. Bio. k
6S; 1j 2, Block 13Sj It 8, Block 72 1 It
to. u an li. Block 111, in Bsllevua City.
For terus enquire of
HOLLOW Y fc Kf lXER.
Cellevue Ilau.e, April 30. IW M.J
b. i oox oatrriTti. c. b. atrTTtaruia
Orlfflth & Butterfltld,
BCTCITF.R, sen eatera l CATTLE,
SHEEP and SWINE, hsy ret!Dnvotly
looa'ed themive In Beiievue Ci v. snd ar
prepared to furnish U citiaene of Bellevue
wt.lt fresh meat on Tuesdiyand btunlay
morning of each week, snd of ener if neui.
rv. Thy can be fo nd 1 the Bissaent or S.
f. Piks's G'ocerv and Provis oi Store, where
they wi'j be happy to wU tinn th-tr e is'sa.
.u ni .inn. iiuctrn, iurcuit wjiii i;ri iioi msniionsa, ssui oe lo.a low isr
cash. All kinds of merchant ble country produce taken In exchanirs for foods. Also Dry
Hides, F.'r, A,c. Tliaukful for the liberal patrons pe heretofore expended to as by the ellU
tens of this county, we earnestly solicit Its continuance.
BEATON 4 R0WLE3,
Smoi31 Main Street.
J ki umcry,
stxl: of c!ioic
tS !F 1 rt-
. . . i. . i .
IIuTaiin'a Btf Line.
CELLEVUE, ST. MARYS . Aim
AND OLE N WOOD
STAGE LINE. Wl r
HUFFMAN'S LINE will leave Clenwood,
via. St. Marys for Ballevue, on Mon.
day's, Wedne.day'e and Saturday's, at 10
o'clock, A. M., and will leave the Benton
House, Belleyue, via, St. Marys for Glenwood,
on 'he seme days at 1 o'clock, P. M.
This Line connects at St. Marys, with the
Council Bluffs and St. Joseph 8tates. and at
Glenwood with the various lines from the Mia
alssippl to the Missouri Rlvere.
Travilers on this Line will find every cen
venlence and accommodation, to make their
trips pleasant and epeedy. Comfortable
Coaches, Careful Driver and well-fed
noStf. ROBERT HUFfMAH.
. SPRING ARUiNGEMENT.
Rerilar Packet for Kansas Leavenworth,
Weston St. Joseph, ejivannah, lowaPolut,
Kehr ka City, Bellevue. Council
niurTi, umaha and Florence.
THE new and elegant Peenrsf
Samer Plorenoa. J. Thraek.
""moiton. Maater. J. E. Gormaa
Clerk, will mcomence her trips as a reguUr
packet in the above trade, on the openlna of
naylgaHon In the prtr.(t, and will remain la U
tlirouphout the season.
The Florence listing been built tinder the
superintendence of the nneereljrns expressly
f"f the trade i of extraordinary etrencth.aad
well adapted lo It In every particular. A rea
sonshle share if the natrotiaee of shippers,
and the pub'le renerslly. Is respectfully soil
cited. J. THROCKMORT N, Maater.
23-s J. E. Comai, Clerk,
Regular Packet far Kansas, Nebraska City
n.ll -ii M M n ... " '
i"iivu, i ,u i cu Aium, vmaua,
TnE new and elent 8teaef
Mln-n.hfl.ha, Canf. Charles
Clerk, will rnn a a rerular packet, to the
above and all Intermediate points en the Mis
eouri river, and persona can rely npon her con
tinuing In the trad rerular y d-irlnr; the season.
The Min-ne-hs-ha I an entirely new boaf.
built epres!y for the Mis-owl River trade,
and heine fitted n In the latest and meet ap
f roved etyle, her officers feel eonft lent, that
at- let attention to th comfort of Paenrre,
and to bnslne, will nks her the favorit
b-at la the trad.
CHA.. BAKER M ester.
tt . HuTCHinsoir, Clerk.
II. T Clsrke, Agent. Mj
Tailoring ! Tailoring !
The nndersimed bsps less to Inform the
el'iiene of Bellevue and vicinity that ha le
prepared to do custom work, In th let
faehioi and most approved etyle. He feele
e ftjent that his work Is unsurpassed Eat
or West) and by moderate prices respectfully
eo'ieits a ehsre of the public patronare. He
will always be fo ind ready to receive orders
at the Bellevue House.
Bellevae, X. T. March 11th lM7,tf
STONE MASON AND
THE Undersigned haying cemmsneed tho
above business in Bellevue, I prepared
to do all work In his line, at the shortest ao
tice, In the beet manner, and th most rea
aoaabl terms. WM, WILET.
Fo ir or five good Plasterers, will 6a4
constant employment, and good wages, M ap
piic(ion in dot.
Bellevue, Oct 30, lttfl. 2-tf
Chwloa E. Watson,
CIVIL ENGINEF.H AND SURVEYOR,
Bsllevte City, rTehraska Territory, pre
f esse to be DMUdw tn the lar of the land U
tiis vicinity, and offers hi aervics U such aa
b "H them, on reasonable term.
?V He wtn also act as agent, for the pur.
ehsss or sal of Ral EeUt. to th Territory,
or Wea'ern law. lufnrmatlan furnished ubm
npllatia. DsclwaUocs filed tad pre-emption
obtained. 4. 1
MACHINIST & CO? PER SMITH,
Xa all its Braaciw.
BELLEVUE ATTD OHA.TJA.
BOTS an) 613EV-Twnty cases c
Ujouand Sh, all sites, at tho
BELLEVUE ETC RE.
Sacks G. A. Salt in Store and roue bo
sMd, by CLARKE it BRO.
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