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About Bellevue gazette. (Bellevue City, N.T. [i.e. Neb.]) 1856-1858 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1857)
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6. A. STRICKLAND & CO.,
11. S. M'EWEN, EDITOR.
DELLCVUE, N. T.
it iiuhno.i not ill westerly to n joinl west I rnndidatcs for matrimony. Knowing
from ltolli-viio, nl out fix miles, where it llml the stnte of nucicty in wli.li we inov
ilivcre,os into two brnin lies. One of iIu m
TiintsiuY, ocTonr.R i.
Cltlf rns of fturpy ( on ill jr.
Do you know that yon have tin mo
rich and beautiful jhi of land for nn in
heritance, thnt the sun ever shown upon?
Dii) yo i ever po to the summit of ono of
the mnny hills lack of Hellevue, from oiu
to fifteen miles, a the; sun win going down
in clenr dayl Did you ever behold nt
y.unset thut was more dalino, with resplen
dent brilliancy? Did yon ver behold the
majestic .Missouri with numerous ttcam
or btenimiii the tut bid current, loaded to
t!io guard with the wealth of the old world
mid the new, with the luxuries of every
lime, for your omfort nt.J happiness?
Did you ever look down upon the city of
Jtellevuo, with its now nnd numerous f:i-i
growing monuments of enterprise and fu
ture grcntnesn" Did you behold in yoer
restless vision tho valley of the MuMpiito,
hut Mvoii mile distant from Hollevue,
down which ihe Iron Horse of the cstst
must soon roitie, foaming with rage to
cross the muddy waters of the Missouri?
Did your eye m ii uavrled n Iitilo outh
east, catch a glimpse of Pnctfic City, hut ti
few months old, streehed out on tho plain,
nlreudy larger than many cities of bibli
cal times of nn hundred years growth
Did you know that tho proprietors nnd in
habitants of that place, like those of your
own town, I'ellcvue, have conlideneo in
their (Jod. mankind, and the futrue;und are
in the fullness of belief, that soon iho pas
nengcr from ihu cast will breakfast at Bur
lington and sup at Pacific City, Iowa, or
Bellevue, Nebraska? And finally, did you
l-elicvo thut a newspaper published in nr
py county, had any thing to do with en
lightning tho heathen, publishing Demo
cratic truth or advertising to the world the
beauties, grundure and glories of this fa
vored ?pot? Did you know that it cost.frotn
ihrco to four thousand per annum to pub
lish a newspaper; ond did you know you
were the recipient of many ot the ndvnn
tnes accruing from the smut? Do vou,
cituons of Sarpy county, who lmvo liberal j
ideas, largo hearts nnd generous souls1,
believe us we do, that a newspaper is one
of the institutions necessary to the advance
ment of a new placo like our? Hand in
your names and your money tako the
Gazette nnd blaep o'night, us you will if
you pay up, with tho pleasantness of tho
satisfaction that you have an approving
To you unbelievers, who hac no faith
in the saying that, "cast your bread upon
the waters und it will return after many
days," who have not two dollars nor nev
, er will have, nnd are afraid of the invest
ment, and dont sympathize with us; to you
we say, still continue in your downward
road to ruin and degradation, you will in
tho end want the Gazette to notico a coro
im line north nnd tho other north-west
enlled thp Big and Itfle Topillions. On
either m 11 of the st mams nro found broad
bottom or bench land, as fertile and pro
ductive as any that can bn found. Con
siderable timber is found along its banks
oceaionully groves of ehn nnd walnut
from one to three hundred acres. The
upland piniri letwon these two branc h
es, cspeiially that in Sarpy county, near
the confluence, is of the first quality; just
undulatinir enough for farms of the very
first grade, Tho busy farmers are here
already reaping tho rich reward of their
toil; while very soon the hnnd of industry
will convert all this fertile region into
sources of wealth nnd comfort. Tin ru
are many good Md! privilege on these
streams, Miverul of which ore nlreudy oc
cupied nnd duing n thriving business.
Tiff Putfalo creek, with two main
branches, forming a loop, and numerous
small streams feeding them, (lows into the
I'lalte nearly in the centre of the county.
This is a clear runnin;: creek, concidered
large enough fir Mill purposes; skirted
with considerable limber of tho best qual
ity. Much of the mil i under cultivation,
and un predict that in a lew years uom
this, tho best farms in the Territory, will
be on this .strenm
The subject will be resumed in our next
Ity an act of the last Legislature, ap
proved Feb. 7, 1S-57, this county was
formed and its boundaries defined- It had
been separated from Douglas county, so
far as an election district was concerned,
the winter previous, through the untiring
efforts of Gen. How en, who was then rep
resentative from this portion of Douglas
county. It receives its name in honor of
that distinguished pioneer and Indian tra
der, Gen Teter. A. b'arpy. Gen. S. had
The llneliclorn of Hellenic An
In consequence of an uttack upon the
Hwhelors of Hellevue, by a writer in the
columns of lat week's Gazette, over the
signature of Chaucer, tho Bachelors of
this city, felt called upon to defend their
rights, and repell the slanderous charges
contained' in Chaucer's article. .A public
meeting was called, to bo held nt the
Ferguson House, on Hancock Street,
Monday evening, Sept. 2s?. At the np
pointed time, tho meeting was called to
order, nnd a Chairman nnd Secretary
Fcr want of room, we are compelled to
omit a full rcpori of tho proceedings ui
A committee of fivo was appointed to
prepare suitable resolutions, and a defense
of their present condition.
I Tho following was submitted by the
committee, nnd adopted by tho meeting:
Yur.n?:.s, We, the lku-helors of Hello
vue, having been fl(r)iissly assailed
by one Chaucer, in the columns of the
(iazette, in regard to our conduct toward
the fair ones of creation, and having me
for the purpose of considering the grave
charges prefered ugamst us, by him, do
Resolve, That it is with pain that we
witness the clforts of our learned menc
Chaucer, to stir up our matrimonial fo
mgs m these distressingly tight tunes for
lusolccl, 1 hat secltuleil as some of us
are, from the ga.e of the world, living in
dark bouses and back corners, trying to
cook our scanty meals in a way that they
can be safely eaten, wY do feel too much
the absence of those ballot boxes of hu
man happiness; but notwithstanding, we
do refuso to 'aue lessons of all grusshop
JleioU'M, That we are under great ob
ligniions to Chaucer, for tho ust.omsh'mg
fact, that " knives and forks go together."
Jlcsolvci, Considering ns we do, the
gravity of the subject, and its importance
to future generations, and also in behalf
of those angelic beings, who would, on a
pinch, sacrifice their own comfort, by get
ting married, that in our opinion, it will
not be safe for Chaucer to divulge his real
name in this community.
ResoIvtJ, That while we feel indebted
to Chaucer, for i original way of pop
ping the question, we do not agree with
him, that a bachelor is guilty of being no
' ..1 ...ilil ...i ti.r.nif 11 1.1 mil ill nrnrtirfi.
what we knew and felt to be important
truths, and thnt our pecuniary rircmnstan
cos required, we com luib-1 to b-Lve the
homes and friends of boyhood, that were
dear to us, and go to Nebraska, where in
lime, by frugality and eobiiety, we should
be nble to lay tho foundations of homes,
that would bring honor and happiness to
ourselves, and profpenty to future gener
Although our present habits may have
10 appearance of seclusion nnd ellish-
ness, wo are ny no menns ueai 10 me
wants of our fellow creatures. We nre
not, it is true, favored with the society of
i0 fair sex. as mueh as forim-rly, whic.i
wo acknowledge has a refining nnd ele
vating influence; stilll, there are those
f our number, who have plighted their
vows to the loved ones of early days, and
" II had efed
To livi within himself f she was his life,
Th nvean to tins rlvt-r of his thoughts,
Which trminaUd all."
f Chaucer will take the pnms to he nt
ie post oilice, while tho mair is being dis
tributed, and witness tho anxiety and
impatience their manifested, he cannot
with propriety, accuso us of stoici-nn.
While we uro deprived of some pleas-
ures, we are learning by experience, les
sons that w ill bo of value to ourselves, and j
was tho Council Muffs Indian Agency. Xnr I'otato Hot. This destroyer of
Indeed, so great was this letter business, ' one of our great staple crops is spreading
1 (hi. lime, tl.nl Gvi.rnrner.f. in tho fall 011,1 Wll!r ev'"ry ,,a
of this year, 1SJ), established hero n post
office, under the name of the " Nebraska
Tost Olfioe." This wa the first establish
ed for tho Territoi y. lit 1S-31, Govern
merit changed its name from " Nebraska
I'. O." to Council IJlttfT r. O." so as to
correspond with the name of the Indian
Agency. The Commissioners of Indian
Alfairs, nil dated their reports Council
lllulfs, some times, C. H. Indian Agency,
of Rellevue. The place on the opposite
side of the river, was known as Council
Hiufis Huh .fgrncy.
H'To, then, at this place, is tho Coun
cil Ululls of lSiS-9, a name that was
familiar to every American reader, from
one end of the nation to the other.
This name becoming known, began so to
attract the attention of the down-easlers,lhat
our neighbors just above, in Iowa, became
ji'iilous of our prosperity, and set them
selves to work, with a sculdiiigery that
knows no tirn, to rob us of our good name.
In the winter of lS.il-2, they instigated
the Legislature of that 'Me,. to baptise
Mormon Hollow, known ns Knnesville,
I Muffs I 000,
Not satisfied with giving their illegitimate
clu'ld, the priestage of a good ivmo, of
course rhey wanted an appropriate dress,
with which, to clothe it. so in the spring
of IS.-3, tr Council Muffs P. of this
It is heard
from all the way from Nova rscoliato,
Iowa. We were on the central parts of
Long Island la'st week, 1 nd heard of
fields where the crop had entirely perish
ed, and this, too, upon sandy land, upset
ting the theory that the di-cas-! is confined
to clayey or wet land. We believe, how
ever, it prevails but liltlo upon well drain
ed soil, and this year at least, the potatoes
that have been hilled and plowed between
with a sub-soil plow, are m-t much affect
ed with rot. As tho crop has been, prob
nbly, more than haif destroyed in this vi
cinity, we caution nil persons to save their
potatoes carefully the price will not be
low. .V. V. 7Vimift
ftlMF. iuhscMhT Intending to pnd a short
X time in the eivst, notifies all that ire In
pW to him, as well as those to whom ht ii
indfhted, to call at Kis ofTiee in Brllevuc, for
the purpose of Immediate settle aioiit.
TWlMnie. Sept. 17. 1S.Y7. 2t45
ToTATors Sr.cosn Growth. The
farmers of California are suffering from
a new kind of potato disease. The new
potatoes sprout in the hill, making a new
growth of stalks, which of course injures
1I10 crop, and renders it necessary to dig
them at once. Those planted in winter
are apt to be most affected h ith this sec
ond growth. .
The Hannibal and St. Joseph railroad
company conleinplnte opening a land office
shortly, for the sale of tho valuable lands
owned bv it. Tho whole amount of acres
granted the company is, we believe, 000,-
GUADITATE of Penn. Col!eRe of Dentil
Surc'-rv, respectfully announce to the cit
izens of llollcvue. and-vidnitr, that he Is now
prepared to practice .Dentistry, in aR its va
Office hours from 2 till 5, P. M. 45
riu it nir.r.s ron sale:
' 11112 subscriber has for sale, at his place,
1 two miles west of Bollevue,2000 graftoj
apple trees, ot riilFrrent varieties.
nellcve,Sept, ITjJSjJ 45tf
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE
ariaHF. suhscriher olfers for sale, his dwell-
JJ ing house and lot, situnted on Washlnc
ton Street, lot V, in Jllock 2T0. The bouse ie
new and built of pine ; has a eood cellar and
stone foundation. Inquire of J. J. Town, at
the Foiitenelte Bank, '1. B. I.emon, L. Bel(fcnr
or of the subscriber at his Stove Store, oppo
site the printing office.
FontciM'lle money will be taken in payment
for the above property.
8AMUF.L SNYDER, 8r.
Bellevne, Se t. 17, 1857. 4.Mf
tdne (, reniniif-il hu them, to thn f5oon-
to those, who, in tho full, of time may ; c; m
e our life companions, ns we snni tie ... ... . . ,
v , .ir neiirlilmr will Kiirrpiwl Willi n nnmn
able to render them uid nnd sympatbv in I 1111.. .1 1
tun'. ,u iiii.iv. j 1 infl ri ntrtlKoc ihna rilifn nnn imp ntnlil
will determine. CHAUCER.
tho hour of affliction. Cooking, washing,
nnd mending, we consider menial employ-
ments, but it is necessary that these things
hould be done, and it is generally done
by women ; but as circumstance have
placed us whore we are partly obliged to
perforin these domestic duties, ii 3 no dis
grace to us to servo 111 tho piace 01 wo
men. It will enable us, in the future, in
cases of necessity, to get along without
troubling or nking assistance from those
outside tho family. If our wives desire
to be ubsent for a time, they can do so
w ithout subjecting us to iiv onvenienco and
sour tempers, as we can cook, wash and j
mend, w ith an ease nnd neatness becom
ing tho most proficient hand.
In rea'ity are we not worthy of praise
and commendation, rather than of con-
tempi and scorn, for leaving homes und j
Common Council Meeetlnf.
At a special meeting of the Common
Council, held last evening, Sept. 30, all
the members present but the Mayor, on
motion of S. A. Strickland, L. IJ. Kinney
was appointed President, pro teni.
H. T. Clark ofTercd the following Res
olution, which wus unanimously adopted :
Resolved, That whereas, the Hon. Geo.
Jennings, Mayor of this city, has resign
ed his office, that the Council proceed to
elect a suitable person to fill the vacancy
On motion of II T. Clark, L. L. Bow-
en was unanimously elected Mayor, to
fill the vacancy.
Hon. L. L. Dowen, tho Mayor elect,
appeared nnd being duly (piallifiod, by the
oath of office, took the Chair.
On motion of S. A. Strickland, the of-
e. .....I refill ft, A IK.'tlltj tlf
11 it-win, uuu uuuiu iuiiii ii"u i"v , . . .
, . , , -i-ii uce of Marshal was declared vacant,
the great west, which, by our toil, is be-
. . . . - . Wll IIIUIIUI1 VI MJ- AJ JIUUT'V, ilPLUU 11
111 ' lllilUQ a It, UUUIimiiU Ui . v. ( . , 1 1,1. rll .U
1 DIIIIU1 WU3 UllUUIIIIOUSiy l-lfl-lKll iu 1111 mu
l..ll t .ua n. 1.1 l.n,,..ti , ....1 l.i r-o
.pent overtlr.rty years ot his life upon tho . .u. J .
soil, and had dearly rarned the compliment
that was so unanimously and cheerfully
Ia form, it is nearly a pn rallologram,
Wing twelve miles north and south, und
twenty-five east and west. It is bounded
on the east by tho Missouri river; on the
south and wet by the I'latte, and on the
north by ih south line of Douglas county.
This region embraces the w hole of Sarpy
county, of which, Dellevue is the county
&cat, situated on its eastern line, about
rqui-disiant from its northern to its south
In many respects this county is superi
or to any other in the territory. Its
streams ore more numerous and much
Besides the Missouri ond Plal e rivers,
which bound it on thieo sides, we have
Resnhvd, That while everything abaiit
married men is " clean, neat, and sweet,"
wo would not impose uiv-n our better
j halves, the task of bkckiug cur boots, or
scouring our tectn, kc
ResulrrJ, That we are willing to sub
mit to a vote, of those who are aching to
make up prairio feather-beds, whether
we doll what hair we have.cr let it grow,
in s pite of Slnkspere.
Jiaolved, That we have reason to be
lieve Chaucer to be u bachelor, and that
ho is one of those (very few,) who nre
unuble to get an aliinnaiive answer, cwi
The Uachelors' Defense.
In defense of tho bachelor fraternity,
allow us to say, we are not in that " slough
of despond," that Chaucer represeined ;
and had he more closely observed the
present t-tate of things, be would have
seen the fallacy of his reasoning. It may
be tru"? that we have the uppearance of
wo not deserving the thanks of the w
nnd timid for whom we are prepuring the
way, and are yet to come ufter us and oc
cupy homes that uro made luxurious by
tho sweat of our brows? Considering
the sacrifices that wo have made, it is no
more than just that we should be treated
with common courtesy ; and not bo de
nounced because we do not see lit, at pres
ent, to leave single blessedness, ami em
bark in an expedition that wearo not pre
In tho fitness of things ns time rolls
by. some one of our number, is added to
the great army of Benedicts ; but we are
in no hurry, ns we prefer to bo fully prepar
ed for so important an event, making up
our minds with calmness and deliberation,
rather than rush headlong into a coalition
that might render life a burden, and
home a hell !
As there are, unfortunately, but few of
the fair sex in our city, we will say to
Chaucer, that if he will make an importa
tion of a number of real women, who
possess goodness of heart, physiological
development, and intellectual superiority,
instead of the mere dolls and play-things,
who have more vanity than brains, und
more thadow than substanc. that are
On motion of II. T. Clark, tho Council
adjourned until next Monday evening.
L. I,. BO WEN, Mayor
Chas. E. McRay, Recorder.
I.OVIS r. llAKTl'.I.S.
Corrected weekly by Clarke &. TJsothik,
forwarding and Com. MerrhanLs.
Flour Family, $',tK) per lOOlbs
" Kxtra Superfine, $5,25 00 "
" Fine, $ 1.50.
JVfeal $1 00 per 100 lbs.
Apples Dried, $1 00 & $.'1 bus..
. Peaches " 4 00 (, 4 50 "
Butter New 30 to 10 c J ft
do Old packed, 25 to 30c V
Tlcans $3 00 bus.
Corn $1, tid p bush,
Oats 75 ft) P5c
Dried Beef 20e ptr lb.
Malt O. A., per sack, $3, 25.
Bacon Shoulders 14 15c lb.
Sugar cured 19c ft
Frs 25 foi 33c 3;l doz
Hides Dry, 10c
do Green, 4c
Hay $4 00 ( $6 00 tua
Bran. 30 cents per bush.
Pork clear $32 00 V hhl., 2Q per lb.
Lard 22 ft, 25 c ft
Onions $3. t bus
Potatoes $2 00
Pelts Sheep $1 25
Lumber Cottonwood sheafir 30 m.
" do s.. edfied $33 00 "
do Oak, Walnut, Basswnod $15 00
do Pine siding, clear $35 00 "(j! m.
do Flooring 2a $i5 00
1st $75 00
Boards. $50 (A $75 00
Shingles Pine $3 50 ( $0 50 p in.
Cottonwood $5 50
Lath Pine $10 00 per m.
Doors " $3 60 0D $1 75 each,
hash $1 00 fa. $2 1-4 per casement.
BART ELS & METZ.
WOULD respectfully announce to the In
habitants of iieileuve, and vicinity,
that they have opened a store, on the corner
of Main and 21st Streets, end now offer for
sale, a vartf,of goods, which, are entirely
new, consisiuyg 01
Dry GdbJs nnd Clothing,
Boots and .Shoes,
Gro eries, Liquors,
Taints and Paint Inrushes,.
Oils nnd Yarnkdi,
Window Glass of all sizes,
China and Glass Ware,
Hats and Caps,
The aliovc articles are-or the first quality,
and as one of us remains constantly in ft.
Louis, selectii (r (roods, and watchii'C the mar
ket, we feel confident that we can sell as
cheap, or cheaper, man any one else in tho
The public nre invited to (jive us a call and
examine the poods for themselves.
We will buy fanner's produce at the highest
Give us a call, at the new store, comer of
Main aud 21st Streets, Bellevue,. Nebraska
Bellevue, Sept. 10, 1857. 44tf
A V A II D.
URING mv nbsence in the east. W H
Harvey, will be in my oflice to attend to
business forme. (it) . II. LOOK.
The Omaha Times copies an item from
the Gaze'te, which staled, that owing to
the extreme low water, it was with diffi
culty thai boats could get over ihe bar be
tween Council Bluffs lower landing and
Omaha, nnd then remarks:
" There is a certain locality, not more
than fifty miles htlow Bellevue, known nsJ
the " Sonora Bar, upon which boats
sometimes reside two or three days."
Astonishing! really! Have you just
made the discovery ? We had supposed
that ihe " Souoro Bar," had been in ex
istence ever since the days of " the flood,"
and generally known lo the inhabitants of
the " Mis.-ouri Slope." But we will again
say, that thore is a " bar," about ten miles
above Billevue, that is sometimes trouble
some to steam boat Captains.
By-the-way, Mr. Times, what nre you
going to do with that sand bar. in front of
Omaha ? Make a park of it, we conclude,
as we noticed that it is already growing to
willows, it will not be long, probably, be-
COTTOX WOOD IX.tinCK.
SMALL LOT of the above Lumber, of
U the hrst quality, tor snie ny
2tl7 ' R. LOVEJOY.
SACKS Fancy S. F. FLOUR, for
sale by CLARKE & BRO.
10. 1737. 44
LARGE pocket book, containing a nuin
her of letters and papers, on the Omaha
ami Bellevue road, between J. Thompson's
and Bellevue. The owner, on sufficient proof,
can have the same, by paying for this adver
tisement, and calling on L. B. Kinney, P. M.,
Bellevue, Sept. 9, 1837 . 44
1 r . 1 1 . I f e I
common in this age of Crinoline and fe- j u w " 'eueve youraeu oi a column,
male imbecility, we have no doubt there ; or ''"jr,?' on lh beauties and natural ud
are tuoie of our number, who would 1 vantages of " Willow Island rarli," sit 1.
gladly avail themselves of his advice; but , ltJ mid-way between Omaha and Council
unless there is an importation, borne of
in theeastern part, ihe l'apilliou with its'Veing confirmed old Uchelors, but such is
nnio btiii onu mu in me ceiure,
the Bulla lo creek with its numerous little
Arteries, and in the west the Elkhorn river
fvith its numerous tributaries.
not renlly the case.
Not being blessed with a superabund
ance of this world's goods, we &w it
would be impossible for us to support w ives
The mouth of the Tapillion is some three ju tjul iJ!en...Ss and luxury, which we be
wiles south of Bellevue, where it flow ( iit.vej Vas the expectation, nnd enn am.
iuio the Missouri river. From this point ih;f;,in ,,f a Iarr portion of the fr-mule
us will be compelled to continue in our
Cost of the .ationul Capitol.
The Capitol ul Washington ought to be
a very handsome building when comple
ted, if we are to judge from its cost. The
various appropriations for its extension
merely from Sept. '10, 1S51, amounts to
ll'. I. EE 'S
IASHIONAULE Hair Catting, Shavinp,
. Dyine, nnd liathing Saloon, third door
west of the Exchange Bank, Omaha, N. T.
Omaha, Oct. 1, lis57. 47
O T ICE
IS hereby piven, that the County Commis
sioners of Sarpy County, will meet at the
house of Charles Wilson, near Buffalo Creek,
on Monday, October 2fi, 1Sj7, to view and lo
cate a public road or highway, from the city
of Bellevue, to the city of Fiattford, in said
county, commencing at the latter point, across
Sections li 17, lti, and 15 in Township 12,
Range 11. thence to the most suitable point for
crossing Buffalo Creek, thence by the most
practicable route to the city of Bellevue.
S:iid Commissioners will meet on the even
in; of said day, at the house of Alfred Mat
thias, in the city of IMnttford, to hear all par
ties interested in locating said road.
By order of the County Coinmisnioners.
STEPHEN' I). BANGS,
Clerk of Sarpy County.
Bellevue, Sept. 23, 1857. 4H
c. r. 11. roituus
C11VIL ENGINEER AND LAND SUR-
veyor, being now located at St. Marvs,
where he expects to make a permanent resi
dence, takes this method of informing the cit
izens, that he is prepared to do any surveying ;
and from his long experience in the business,
he is aloe to give entire satisfaction.
St. Marys, Sept. 24, 1857. 5U0
I' OX ET EX E LLK Cl II II EX CV.
"VIJORTH pf ''Billable property for sale at
V V a bargain, lor which Fontenclle money
will be taken at par. Th s property compris
es some of the most valuable Lota "in the city
of Bellevue, and also one improved farm near
the city. Apply to
T. B. LEMON,
46tf Fontenelle Bank.
JOS. W. LOWR1E, practical Cabinet Mak
er, informs the people of Bellevue and vi
cinity, that he is now prepared to repair, var
nish, or to make to order, in the best manner,
any article of furniture which they may de
sire to have, at his shop, at the tra'ding post,
(TV Coffins made in any stylo, at the short
est possible notice. J. W. L.
Sept. 10. 44tf
IIEEEEVI E EOT I OK MALE.
LOT C, Block 253. L. 0, B. IM, L. 8, B. 253.
" 2, ' 245, " 1, " 175, " 4, " 12'J.
" 3, " 171, "11," 2S, "11, 98.
" 4, " 25, " 8, 13S, "12, 87.
" 10,11,12, 240, " 4," 4'J.
Out Lot 21, in Bennett's or.
" " 25, in Bottom.
Also, an undivided 1-2 of Block 155, &. 213.
Price, $1750. Enquire of
At his Banking House, Council Bluff's, or
41 J. B. JENNINGS, Bellevue.
THE Co-partnership heretofore existing in
the butchery business, under the style of
Griffith & Buttertield, was this day disnolved
by mutual consent. Charles E. But,trfield is
nuthorized to settle all debts due the firm, and
liabilities owing by said firm.
H. COOK GRIFFITH.
C. E. BLTTEKFIELD.
Aug. 22, 1857. , 42
VThe business will be rarried on at the
old stand in all its various branches, as hereto
f oretiy H. COOK G RIFFITH.
9ilHE highest price in cash, will be paid for
sJk gieen and dry hides, by
ii CLARK it BRO.
f CHOICE lot of sugar cured 'anvaaed
Hams, for sale by
Bellevue, Sept. 3, 1857.
CLARKE ii BRO-
Council IIluir .Moriuon Hol
low. n 11 1 1 .1 II
iieiievue is notea as netng tne oiu ... ... . . omPMtr t-it-t3 t tt nn a m
.. . . ' iiu-K-iy 110111 isyjii. ,u, amouiiis 10 o x XJXXAVX X' XjXVXV X 0JXA..
Council B.ulfs of ISiy and uU. fcome $1,32 3.U00, and to coinph te this portion of ; "HE subscriber begs leave to inform the
time U fore tliis, the gfli niiues of Cali- the work it is ei-timated that -l.lb3.1&3 ! public, that he has now in operation, a
forniu had been discovered, and the great more will be required making in all &3,- j tnepo",tk
over-land emicration commenced. At W 3' . The eMimate for a new dome , The Boat is
iM rii Ann 1 i . 1 1 1 .1 . 1 .
th.s point, the eager crowds of gold seek- j nameij mnke( fe? 010ilb3 Th COsl of
ers, crossed the river, as the Mormon t(ie ld building ond grounds is reckoned
had previously done. Here they received at $3,000,000, so that the entire cost of
ihdir out-fit, and from this poiut, the last ,he tnPito1 vvl 'he improvements now
and only one in Nebrnska, where un Jn i"0 ar '"mpleted will be above
- , , nn million of dolltrs. This is a pretty
outfit co.ld bo obtained they started by Ursje xpt.ril!i,ure. bul it may be well op
the way of Salt Lake, for the golden re-, pli. d if in the end, we have a structure
gions of the far oil Pacific. j every way adapted to its use, and which
At that time lare numbers of people,
with their wagons and tents, for a tune,
encamped on both sides of the river. Hy
these emigrants, tht.isands of letters were
written to their friends ea, all datid
C -".in'-il llhff. frin the fot, th;it here 'and two children
w ill do honor to the architectural taste of
A Sensible Hai 11 iloh. An old bach
elor, on Veein the words "families sup
plied," over the door of an oyster saloon,
stepped in ar.d said he would take a wife
first class Steam Ferry Boat, at Bellevue, X. T,
nown as old Trader's Point i erry.
one of the best on the Missouri
River, and every exertion will be used to ena
ble th public to cross the River with safety,
4ii'4t NATHANIEL G. BEXTOX.
XOT A I.I. -LOST.
WOULD inform all persons who are
T WOULD inform all persons who are in
L want of Stoves, Tin Ware.tc, that they
tin pirchase them with Fontenelle money,
at my Stove store, opnuii' the printing office.
SAMUEL SNYDER, Sr.
Sept. 21, 1W. 3tlrt
X O T I C E
IS hereby given to CharVs E. Dailson, and
all concerned, that I shall appear at the
Land Oflic ,in Omaha, X.T ,mithe2K'.b day of
Sept., at 10 o'clock, P. M.. to prove mv right
to pre-empt the north west quarter of Section
21, Tounship 13, Range It, east of the tith
pi irripsl .meridian in Nebraska Tcrmicrv.
V'Ki' ADAM II. CARN.
IIIIICK FOR 8.4 EE.
I NOW have on hand, and am constantly
making, at ray Yard, a large 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, nt short notice. Those
in want of brick, either in large or small
quantities, will do well to give me a call.
Bellevue, Aug. 17, 1S57. 42
BOOTS I BOOTS !! BOOTS!!!
yikllE subscriber has jimt received FORTY
iZ. CASES of GENTLEMEN'S BOOT8, of
all kinds aud 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 bouse 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
to produce as gjod a lot of Boots, and to seU
them at such low prices. Sold either by the
rase or single pair. Call aud examine for
It U BEX LOVEJOY.
Bellevue, Sept. 3. lKj7. 4 'f.
ARNOLD, EBY 4. SHERK.
ltVfn1"ire st the Ren'on House,
no. 37. :tni. pd. ,
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