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S. M EWEN, KDITOIl.
DELLEVUE, N. T.
Tlll KSDAV. SKl'T r.MHF.ll 10. W,7.
The Olllt IhI lulr.
Tho following is tho ol'icial vole
Delegate lo Conp-resti:
It. II. Chapman,
U. 1 Hnn'in,
J. M. Thayer,
- . - .
uslstrm ) Hi on ail Jefl.
. Hot two months jjo, tlm Nebraskian,
i-peaking of ov. Innl, ( linvijiif heard
that Col. Richardson of III., was appointed
iov.,) wiy: "tJov. Iunl has made a good
I Jovei nor; hti is a Democrat, ti ied nnil true,
nnd we have only to ad J, that Wing no long
r Jov. of Nebraska, wo trust that those
ot our cotempoiaries who have so bitterly
assailed him, for'nels within tho legitimate
tuone of his duly, will mwdo justice to him
ns n man, (iov. Izard entered upon the
disrhargo of his ollieiul duties nt a time
when tho Territory was distracted with
Krclioiml jealousies; nnd to expect that a
faithful and impartial discharge of his du
ties would give tau'ivrsi satisfaction nmid
to many ronflicting interests, is more than
could or should he trpttM from any one."
Now hear what this pink of consistency,
the Nebraskian of last week, says of liov
"The spcond aspirant for "a deathless
name," is one Mahk Y. l.m, from
nway down south, somewhere umong tho
cnne-bnikes of Arkansas. Down south,
umong tho cotton pickings, Murk was a
preacher; hut being endjwed with great
physical powers, ho was selected as the
proper man to aend out as Marshal of Ne
braska. Visiting Washington soon after
the death of dov. Hurt, Mark s fine figure
and intellectual physo(r , secured for him
the appointment of (iovernor. Mark is
now hero on suH'eraneo merely; he don't
expert to hold on longer limn until the
first of next month, after which, he is ex
tH'cted to tako his departure, "a ridin' on a
Morm." If our colemporaries throughout
the Territory are to bo believed, Mark has
been more devoted since his residence
among us, to 'corner lots" and an easy
method of signing bank charters, than he
has to " nnd him crucified." Hut ho
has one advantage over his conferes which
tshould not be overlooked; that of having
his name nlready inscribed in letters ot
gold, on iho tablet of the Capitol. Quee
iy: Is this tablet, "tho stone which the
And why we ask, does this servile Editor,
alias Indian fanner; alias removed Post
Master of Omaha, vent his morbid spleen
upon Gov. Iard. Now does he remem
ber ho wrote all the foolish puffs written
last winter, for this dirty and scurrilous
sheet, making such a great man out of liov.
Izard, at a limo when that gentleman was
"ridin' on a itorm," Gov. 1urd had dono
those official acts of which he speaks be
fore he first wrote of him; and he done no
official act of whatsoever kind or nature,
except those ho was so loudly praised for
doing, by tho Nebraskian; until after he
wrote tho last article. What has then
changed the song of this hybrid? w hy Gov.
Izard had tho independence to vote for
Delegate to Congress, us a freeman
should, without fear, favor or aHeetion.
This is the "head and front of hisotlence,"
'and no more." Yc opposed Gov. Inrd's
official acts then, and have never changed
our opinion; but this much we say in can
dor, when we see tha Gov. bhaking the
dust from oil" his feet, und fast getting out
of the bad company of the Nebraskian
AYe are inclined to the opinion, that in the
first instance, the Nebraskian might have
written some truths concerning him; but
now failing to use him as their tool, or
drive him from an honorable position, by
abusive threats, they vilify, slander and
misrepresent; su allowing their own words,
fulfilling in their madness and folly, the
addage: "Whomsoever tho Gods wished
to destroy they first make mad."
there appeared in the Nebiaskian of tho
next week, a low, scurrilous article ii
,1 odiro 1 Yi l'liinii. The Bar met and unan
imously endorsed Ferguson, and a majori
ty most severely censured the Nebraskian.
Again, Hon. John A. mrkcr, uegiscr,
nnd A. H. Gill re, Receiver, of the
I.nnd Ollire of Omaha, were threatened
if they DAHIU) to Vote against J. J.
Chapman ; and both gentlemen, Govern
ment officials, not having tho fear of one
II. 11. Chapman before their eyes, ami le
ing instigated by honorable motives, ond
over the nge ot tweniyom, iiu- .
iho United ' .States, and whito and free
born, voted as freemen in thin country,
Iving vndrr no Mi nation to Chapman do
vote, and forthwith the Nebraskian assails
them. These gentlemen need no endorse
ment from this or any other source. 1 ho
columns of the Nebraskian have been
loaded with laudations ot these men, from
home and abroad, und we say to tho pro
prietor of that menial and hireling press,
your attempts to browbeat Judges. to bul
ly Governors, nnd to drive other Govern
ment officials to the support of your ve
nality and corruption, and your total fail
ure in your uttter w eakness to coax, bribe,
scare or drive independent, high-minded,
and honorable men, to love, fear or favor
in your rottenness nnd corruption,
The above aie only samples of state-1 He states that the mute dono his duty, and
ments, put forth as history beforo the exerted himself manfully in endeavoring
world, in order to magnify, and thereby to get off. He also praises the Clerk, Mr
bring into importance, the alreudy over- Porter, for his attention and kindnes
hoated and mushroom City of Omaha. Mr. Porter, the clerk, is a healthy, fat,
CHAl'CEIl. cooM natured sort of a fellow, who hails
MhCi.';m.; Not M. Hr- rro, hn- rr f
n. i.l.-TIio Surrogate has decided that ,,M lctn lxunotniC upon the grand idea
mf ;....... ..... ..t .,,.rri...lin IV of becoming a Clerk of a Steamer upon
ii,.,.i..,i ti,;- ...,;;., ..ill r,li,-v M r,. l "Dig MmUu his rotund.ty of per
r f,,.,'.l,,,.!mron f felUv. as regard J Bon' liumored phi, would no
the production of a false heir; but subjects JrntU Lve given him great popularity in
her and her daughter Augusta to indict-
ur.i.i.r.vir. i.oth rou silk.
Lo r i, niock 2.v L. o. d. m, l. , n. 2.m.
" 2, " 2I " I, " 17. " 4, " 12'J.
" :t, " 171, "II," 2S, -11, - w.
" 4. !2.r, " h, " i:is, "12, " 7.
" 10,11,12, 2 tit, " 4," 4'.t.
Out Lot 21, in Hennett'i qr.
" " 2., in Hottmn.
Also, an tuidiviilrd 1-2 of Block 153, &. 213.
l'ncp, $17.'iO. r.iiquirc of
At his Banking Housi", Council HluiTs. or
41 3. H. JIINMSIJS, Hellevue.
PALMER & AVERILL'SCOLXJlOr.
hhould teach you a lesson that w ill bo a
fit subject for reflection, for ingrntes ot
your kind, in tho ipiiet retirement the eo-
plo have so emphatically consigueu you
Ma. I'ditou: Two small works from
tho pen of James M. Woolwarih of Oma
ha, have come to our notice. Ono is called
'Nebraska in lSr7," and the other Omaha
City, tho Capital of Nebraska." While
reading theso works, I have been led to
wonder, why tho author mado so many
mistakes, or if you pb'ae, erroneous state
ment.!, It certainly must be either tho
result of ignorance, respecting tho subject
on which ho wus writing, or a design, will
fully to misrepresent, in order to tho ac
complishment of certain ends. I shall not
accuse him of the latter, he will hardly bo
w illing to admit the correctness of tho for
mer. While reading the works, I marked
several points that I designed to notice, but
nt present will confine my remarks to the
following: "Now tho Platte river empties
into tho Missouri somo fifteen miles below
Omaha, thence it flows west on nearly a
straight lino some twelve miles, when
at nearly a right angle, it turns north, in
which direction it flows until it returns to
a point just back of Omaha." First, then,
the Platte river docs no tirn north at
nearly a right angle some ttvtlvt wiics from
its mouth." The distance by section lines,
to say nothing about the windings of the
road, is fu'tc twelve miles, which is quito
an item in so bhort a distance.
Neither does the river "flow directly
north," after it has mado its turn nt nearly
a right angle. Its course is north went,
instead of north, as seen by every map that
I havo examined. Even the map in Mr.
W's own book, "got up" for a specific pur
pose, makes tho river incline to the west of
north. Hut the strangest of all assertions
is, "It (the riatto river) returns to a point
just bark of Omaha." There you have it
j,.t bark of Omaha. Inv far, Mr.
W.T just bnck of tho Capital? At the Pap
pillion, tho Elkhorn, or where? The dis
tance, as wo have seen, from the mouth of
riatte, to the point where it begins to an
gle north west, is twenty four miles; and
tho distance from Omaha to the nearest
point of the Platte, at the north bend, by
section lines, must bo thirty miles, and
much more by tho circuitous route that
must always be travelled either by the rail
road, or any other. Hy stating that the
river turned north twelve miles from its
mouth, and then flowed to a point just back
of Omaha, the writer designed, evidently,
to convey the impression, that the distance
from Omaha to the river wns Ims than
twelve miles, whereas the truth is, it is
more than thirty.
Now the question naturally occurs, why
t-niiiti. in ...lirt.wL'f, ll'illl ll TVun '
IC1IULII, .11 A . . I M -i t. ... ..... at'...
here's our tMU'i we give you a right hear
ty welcome, as well as tho lady and little
rues. " May your sojourn be long in the
land which the Lord your God hath blessed
lMitorUl ('orrespniiifpnci of th (IsHip.
Steamer Col. Ciioskmak,
Aug. JUth, lS-)7.
On tho 12('th inst. w c left our own beau
tiful City, llellevuc, on board of tho mag
nificent Steamer Cot.. Cuossman. She
is a fine staunch now boat, commanded by-
Col. J. Cheever. The Col. Crossman
was built at Pittsburg, expressly fur the
Missouri river trade, and firiMied last
Tl.nitlToKY OK N F.BH ASKA,
COUNTY OF SARPY.
NOT1CF. is hereby given, that the Count
Commissioner of Sarpy Countv, will
9 I.... Cnkl !- k tl ,W7 Ml
thnt responsible station. So, the gods j,,, ,m,Re f Maj. Watson, at V o'clock, A.M.
would have it, the Converse wanted a clerk to view nnd locate a public road from me
' city of Bellcvue, on the best route to the cor-
when she arrived at Omaha. Porter pro- ni.r f sections 2, 3, 10, and 11, in Township
posed and was accepted-but alas! how
soon were the visions of his clory obscured f Sections 3. 4. l, and 10, in the same Town-
by the dark clouds of misfortune and ad- '0
vcrsity. lie hnd scarcely entered upon ihrnce westerly to the Platte or l.lkhorn Kiv-
II n. fl.tm . 'Ulillllipaiuii' I a ..... ...vi. u. ui.
evening of said day, at 4 o'clock, ot the Ben
ton House, Bellevue, to hear all parties inter
ested in locating and establishing said road or
lly order or the county commissioners.
i..B. STEPHEN D. BANGS,
i;iem oi earpy co.
Bellevue, Ati&. IS, 1S57. 41
ment, and prosecution for perjury; they
having both itworn that the marriage took
Hun. T. B. dimming arrived in our city
to day, on his way home from Washington.
Mr. Thomas Cody and family arrived iho arduous duties, when, by a single puff
here to-day from Chicago, to take up their of steam, he is landed high and dry upon
a sand-bar! "Sic transit gloria murdi.
We understand however, that Mr. Porter
is an excellent man, and is capable of ta
king charge as chief clerk, tho largest
Steamer on the Missouri however com
plicated may be her books.
On tho 27th, abont 3 o clock, we landed
at White Cloud, Kanzas. This city is im
proving very fast, and already makes a
beautiful appearance. Messrs Sii reeve
8t Macv, formerly of Massillon, Ohio,
have located at this place. Thcv are
erecting a fine large building in connec
tion with another company, intended for a
Hotel and Stores. They have also pur-
5MHK co-pa rtnership heretofore ex 1st ing be.
iL twecn the undersigned in the brick ma
king business in this city, was this dv dis
solved bv mutual consent. I lie dents due tne
firm, together wilh all Us liabilities will be
settled by L. Beldon.
J. V. COFFMAN,
M. W. STODDARD,
Bellevue, Aug. 8, K,T. 3t41.
February. She is complete in nil her chased a new steam saw-mill, and have it up.
LT, persons indebted to Clarke & Bro.,
appointments, and her officers, from Cap
lain down to Steward, are gentlemen.
In their inlercourso with passengers, they
are kind and obliging and it makes one
feel at home to be on board.
We had the pleasure of forming the
acquaintance of Maj. Johnson, of tho
Council BluHs Daily Jingle, who is on an
exploring expedition down the "Big. Mud
(." We find him much of a gentleman
kind and obliging in his manners and
a Rood teliow generally, nnu ino nmes
which ho sounds for the BugU, are of
the right Bort.
At tho mouth of tho l'latte river, we
passed the Steamer Omaha, sticking fast
on a sand-bar. She was loaded down to
her guards, and from appearances, had
her full complement of passengers. She
was bound for Sioux City, and we hope
will make a profitable trip hut, owing to
the very low stage of water, sho will have
a " hard road to travel.
At Kenosha bar, two and a half miles
below Rock IJluffs, we found the D v
CoavtnsE, high and dry on a tand bar,
where she had remained five days, una
ble to extricate herself from her unpleas
ant situation. Tho hands had refused to
do their duty and were in mutiny. Duiing
the melee, the Engineer struck the Cap
tain on the head w ith a bar of iron, injur
ing his head severely, and had it not been
for the interference of Maj. Arnold, In
dian Agent, who was on board, he would
have been murdered. Maj. Arnold and
family, together with all the other passen
gers, left her and came on board of tho
The Major is as jolly a specimen of
human nature, as we ever hnd the pleas'
ure to be acquainted with. lie, with his
family, had taken passage on board of the
Converse at Omaha, for Kansas City, in
tending to be absent from his post fifteen
days the time for which he received
leave of absence from his post, and was
cooped up in that miserable concern over
five days, subsisting on bread and water,
and fighting the musquitoes a rather
We learn that the Captain of the Con
verse, is n good natured Pennsylvania
dutchman, unacquainted with the river,
and bavin'' no control over his hands.
now in successful operation their antici
pations of the future are bright and cheer-
will come forward immediately and pay
"A word to the wise is sulhcient."
CLARKE &. BRO
Bellevue, Aujr. 12, 1837. tf.
You' will hear from me again at St.
Louis. K. S. McE.
Corrected weekly bv Clarke &. Bbotiieb,
Por ward ing and Com. Merchants.
Flour Family, $5,00 per 100 lbs
" Extra Superfine, $3,23 00 "
" Fine, $-1.50.
Meal $1 00 per 100 lbs.
Apples Dried, $ 1 00 (in $5 bus.
Peaches " 4 00 (n 4 50 "
Butter New 30 to 40 c tt
do Old packed, 23 to 30c n
Beans $3 00 "p bus.
Corn $1.00 tt bgsh.
Oats 73 Ct 03c
Dried Beef 20c per lb.
Salt G. A., per sack, $3, 23.
Bacon Shoulders 14 03 13c lb.
Sugar cured 19c i lb
l'ggs 23 CO 33c H doz
Hides Dry, 10c
do Green, 4c
Hay $i 00 ( $rt 00 f tun
Bran. 30 cents per bush.
Pork clear $32 0) bbl., 20 per lb.
Lard 22 (A 23 e?ft
Onions $3. p bus
Potatoes $2 00
Pelts Sheep $1 23
Lumber Cottonwood sheat'g30 "p m.
" do so. edged $33 00 "
do Oak, Walnut, Basswood $13 00
do Tine swing, clear $a5 00 0 m.
do Flooring 2d $03 00
1st $73 00
Boards, S30 $75 00
S!iings rine $S 50 (iii $! 50 f m.
" Cottonwood $5 50
Lath lUne $10 00 per m.
Doors " $3 50 Ci $4 73 each,
bash $1 O0tv$2 1-4 per casement.
PLATTE EIVER FERRY.
rrMIK Vlnttc River Ferry Compsny have
.1. ihrir Ferry in successful operation at
the MOUTH of. PLATTE H1VKK.
This route is six miles shorter than that by
Cedar island, nnd is a much better route.
F.XPF.RIF.NCKD AND CAHKFUL MEN
will be in attendance at all times to a ccom inn-
date the traveling public. Kates of ferriage
as low as any other point.
W. JM. fL.AL Ull I r.K.
riattsmouth, Aur. 1. 1H57. 3m40
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
"XTOTICE. The subscribers hereby eive
XN notice that the copartnership heretofore
existing hetween tnem under tne name nnn
style of Todd &. Smith, is this day dissolved
by mutual consent. All debts due to or against
the firm will be settled bv Burton W. Todd.
BURTON W. TODD.
K. P SMITH.
Bellevue, August 12. 1837. 40
STOVES! STOVES!! STOVES!!!
THE undersigned takes this method of in
forming the citizens of Bellevue, and vicinity,
that he has just received the Largest and
Best assortment or 1
Conk i ue, l'nrlor & Office Stovrs
ever brought to this Territory. He would res
pectfully invite all in want ot bTovts, to call
tiul examine tor tnemseives.
I am alao manufacturing
of all kinds, such as Buckets, Corrr.E Pots
Pans, Strainers ice, tc, and all articles In
my line of business.
(It? Particular attention paid to Roofing,
Spouting and job work or every description
All work warrantee, to give satisfaction, ur
ders solicited. My place of business is oppo.
site the Printing Ulhce, Hellevue, IM. I.
n 35-tf. SA M L 1.L S.-N TDK It.
LOUIS r. BARTELS.
BARTELS & METZ,
v -v mm i. ........ ... : I1
The .ebra.kiun anil 11. It. C liap
iiiun it rroiirirtor.
One who lias been a constant reader of
this bhi-et. f.ir the last two years, will re
member Low many tacks and turns this
heet has taken, to sustain its proprietor ;
and regardless of the people's interests, or
The Engineer and pilot knew nothing
did the author put such statements into; about their business and were constantly
The boat had been to Sioux City, and
meeting wilh accidents and delays, she
had lossed over &1&00 on the trip. On
her return to Omaha, (no boat having ar
rived for some time) a -large number of
book form, lly reading on page 30, of
his liillt work, the reason will be apparent.
He is there showing or rather endeavoring
lo bhow, the advantages that Omaha pos
sesses over the city of Hellevue, for Hail
road purposes. But really if she had to
resort to such1 erroneous twaddle, Omaha J persons took passage on her, among whom
cannot posses much real advantage after; was Maj. Arnold and family. The boat
all. In pointing out these advantages, lie I being indebted at Omaha fur provisions
forgot to say any thing about the substan- J on her upward trip, &he wus compelled to
tial advantages of hills and valleys, blulfs i pay out all the money received from pas-
eommon decency, nt times, attempts to j Ullj ravines, so numerously abounding he- sengers, before the left the port. The
drag honorable and good men into the I l., .,.i ,v. ...,.1, :.i .u :
eration. lie forgot to say any thing about ! had nothing to eat, and no money to buy
Lets ihrrn one year no, wheu the hundreds of thousands of thin planters provisions with and they purposely run
i pending before Chief Justice ; that it would lake lo grude the road so as j upon the first sand-bar they could find, in
, whuh ortected the right cf t0 be suitable for Railroad purposes, lie order lo get rid of their passengers. No
forgot to say any thing about the unemtaled , boat coming dowu to their relief, Maj.
natural advantages that Bellevue possesses Arnold in the goodness of his heart, pro-
for this object. The Flatte and Pappillon
AATULD respectfully announce to the in-
T V habitants of Belleuve, and vicinity.
that thev have opened a store, on the corner
of Main and 21st Streets, and now otl'er for
sale, a variety of poods, which are entirely
new, consisting of
Dry Goods and Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
Paints and Paint Brushes,
Oils and Varnish,
Window Glassof all sizes,
China and Glass Ware,
Hats and Caps,
Bull a lo Shoes,
The above articles are of the first quality,
and ai one of us remains constantly in nt.
Louis, selecting poods, and watching the mar
ket, we feel confident that we can sell as
cheap, or cheaper, than any one else in the
The public are invited to give us a call and
examine the goods tor tnemseives.
rilJTF. Co-partnershi heretofore existing i
.L the butchery business, under the style of
Griffith &, Butterfield, was this d.iy dissolved
by mutual consent. Charles h. Uuttrlield Is
authorized to settle all debts due the firm, and
liabilities owing by said lirm.
II. CUim u n I r r I 1 n,
C. K. BUTTERFIELD.
Aug. 22, 1857. 42
rr?7The businega will be carried on at the
old stand in all its various branches, as hereto
ore, by II. COOK GRIFFITH
PALMER & AVE Rl L L
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
duec us ware.
And Fancy Goods,
BEITTAHIA WARE, &o.
Our stock is entirely new, very
large, and carefully selected, and
by adhering strictly to the
cash system, wc are able
to offer very great in
ducements to all who
may favor us with
PALMER & AVERILL,
Corner of Jefferson and 27th tret,
Opposite the Fontenelle Bank,
lllDKS! HIDES I !
JTIHF, highest price in cash, will be paid for
JJL green and dry hides, by
4i C1..AUK. & BHU.
XX Sl TLX IS.
( CHOICE lot of sugar cured eanvased
ik Hams, for sale by
CLARKE & BRO.
Bellevue, Sept. 3, 1S57. 43
ltltICK foil SALE.
I NOW have on hand, and am constantly
mnkinjr, at my Yard, a lar?o quantity of
superior brick, which I am selling as cheap
as can be bought elsewhere in the Territory.
I am also taking contracts to put up brick
buildings of any size, at short notice. Those
in want of brick, either in large or small
quantities, will do well to give me a call.
Bellevue, Aug. 17, 1S")7. 42
IS hereby given to Win. F. May and to all
concerned, that I will appear at the Land
Office in Omaha, N. T., on Saturday, Sept. 12,
anu prove my right to pre-empt the north-
Give us a call, at the new store, corner of
Mam aud 2Ut Mreets, Bellevue, Nebraska
Bellevue, Sept. 10, 1857. 41tf
filthy pool of political corruption, in which
its proprietor, li. B. Chapman, has so long
owuernhip of thia Nelmukian pros, it
was threatened I y soui of the lackeys
iif the concern, that if Judge Ferguson
DARED to decide against him, this great
man Chapman, the Nebraskian would
come out on him. Jude Ferguson, as
he had twice before, decided exactly suni
Jar cases in this Territory, d'd il'vi U as
ty every principle of jtistic
valleys, with their level, smooth surface,
as level as the hand of nature could make
posed to the Capt., that he would go ashore
and luv a beef, and thus save all hands
WOULD RESPECTFULLY call ths at
tention of the citizens of Bellevue, Sar
py county, and the surrounding country, to
their new and selected stock of
GROCERIES & HARDWARE,
Which they offer at Wholesale and Retail at
prices 30 per cent, lower than tver befors of
fered in this city. We can aud will sell
Goods as low if not lower than they can b
bought in Omaha or Bluff City. Please calf
and examine for yourselves.
PALMER fc AVERILL. ,
Bellevue, May 28, 1857.
Just Rccelred, and for Sale,
A LARGE stock of Furniture, consisting in
part of Wood, Rush, Spindle, Split Bottom,
Jenny Lind, Maple. Mahogany, Children's and
Office Chairs, Rockers, fcc.t Bureaus, Center,
Card, Office, Breakfast and Dinner Tables,
Leaf, Toilet, Work and Wash Stands, Offies
Desks, Sofas and Sofa Lounges, Double and
Single Lounges, Trundle Beds, Bedsteads of
various kinds, Tin Safes. Mattresses, .e.,.c.
Terms cash. PALMER fc. AVERILL.
TUST RECEIVED, a large and fine assort
ed ment oi uent's bnoes and uaiters.
PALMER fc AVERILL.
SACKS Fancy S. F. FLO I'll, for
sale bv CLARKE it BRO.
Sept. 10, 1757. 44
Z LARGE pocket book, containing a num
fjit ber of letters aud papers, on the Omaha
and Bellevue road, between J. Thompson's
and Bellevue. The owner, on sufficient proof,
can have the same, by paving for this adver
tisement, and calling on L. B. Kinney, P. M.,
Be!levue, Sept. 9, 1S57. 41
TOS. W. LOVVRIE, practical Cabinet Mak
tJ er, informs the people of Bellevue and vi
cinity, that he is now prepared to repair, var-
iiisu, or to ma Ice to order, in tne best manner.
BOOTS! BOOTS!! BOOTS!!!
7HE subscriber has just received FORTY
41 CASES of GENTLEMEN'S BOOTS.of
all kinds and sizes, direct from one of the best
manufacturing establishments in New Eng
land, made expressly to order and warranted.
These boots being from the same house as
those I received last year, is the best recom
mendation that can be given them. The sub
scriber defies any other firm in the Territory j
iu pmtiuce Coou a ioi or tioots, and to sell
them at such low prices. Sold either by the
case or single pair. Call and examine for
Bellevue, Sept. 3, 1S57. 43 tf.
ANOTLF.R LOT of Clothing just reeeivsd
at 33tf PALMER fc AVERILL.
PALMER & AVERILL have on bad a lot
of fine Black Doeskin and Cassir
also, a large lot of fancy Cassimere. These
wishing a good article would do well to call
and examine the above. 33tf
NAILS and GLASS Cheap at lbs BELLE
from starving and actually did lay out any article of furniture which they may dc-
tbould have done and true to in promise, toiiau.
them; loth outlets from Kdlevue, were! for ihcir benefit all the money he had TnXtuJ'" "hr' the ,ra'dinS'at
I i tr. 1 .: I i., i. i. i. i. : l... . i . - 1 1 i . - i i !V ....! . i. u. ..i .
e mill law, tie I " 11 "'"'i-') uiiiiu,ici.u i y our ui:u:u r. ii nnil, mi uiui ue as coin pt lieu 10 ikji " "' '"!' . "j j ! i " i-
FEET of Pins Lumber
for sale bv
.01.1). T.HV KHi-nv
fjy Enquire at the Benton House,
jio. 37. 3m. pd.
row to pay his parage on the Crotsman. j s.-
A valuable limber Claim of lVi acres, with
in inree miles of Hellevue City, for sal. En-
CUTLERY A large assortment of Pocket
Kuives, Knives and Forks, fcc, at tbs
IT" A 1arg of READY-MADE
CLOTHING, at Eastern Prices, can be found
st the BELLEVUE STORE. no 30-tf.
rpHE LARGEST LOT of Furniture and
.L Crockery ever broueht to the Territory,
ran be found at PALMER fc A V FRILL'S
I7M.OUR, Salt, 8almon, Mackerel, and Cod
fish, at wholesale or Retail, by
PALMER fc AVERILL'S.
A GOOD ASSORTMENT of Glass Wsrs
r,Mirc ai uus (.'nice. n3Ttf.
lt PALMER fc AVERILL'B.
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