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About Bellevue gazette. (Bellevue City, N.T. [i.e. Neb.]) 1856-1858 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1857)
Local & Miscellaneous.
Kr.Licioi Notice. Fit-aching next
Sunnilay morning, at 10 1-2 o'clock, by
C. V. (Joss of the M. E. Church, anJ lit
tho evening at 7, ly Rov. Mr. Hamilton.
School Mkctinu. The tomi-anmml
school meeting for Bullevue District, will
uke place next Monday evening, Oct. 6ih,
Let there be a penr-rat nttemfnncc.
Extra copies of the Gazette, can be ob
tained at this Ollice. Price, only 5 cents
for a tingle copy.
River News. The jwist week has
'been unparalleled in dullness, since
the opening of navigation, not having had
single arrival from St. Louis, since our
The St. Joe Packet, Watosra, came
up Sept. 2t3.
The On ii a arrived from Sioux City,
with a large number of passengers, Sat
urday evening, Se.pt. 26, tind laid at our
vJliarf till morning. Her Band favored
our citizens with a serenade, which was
liepi up ti 1 iha " wee suia' hours" began
It is rumored that the Admiral has
been snagged near Weston, Mo., and
will be a total wreck. She was heavily
freighted with merchandise for our citi
izens. Palmer & Averill had over six
thousand dollars worth of goods, on board
of her, but we presume they were insured.
The St. TMaiws arrived at our levee,
this forenoon, since the above was in
type 12 dnysifrom St. Louis. The Clerk
of the Admiial was on board of the St.
Marys. The Admiral sunk in six feet
of water, and is a total wreck. Most of
the cargo will behaved, but in a damaged
Masonic. The regular meetings of
Nebravka Lodtre .No. 181 of Free and ac
cepted Masons, will meet at Masonic Hall,
on the second and fourth Tuesday evenings
of each month, at'O o'clock.
L. H. KINNEY, W. M.
School House. We have been silent
on the subject of bfiiw and easier stats in
our School House, until forbearance censes
to be a virtu". While our citizens are
erecting such commodious fli-e!linj hotes,
nnd fitting them up in so tasteful and com
fortable n manner, we are at a loss to di
vine why they should be n ctro'lesti res
pecting their ease and comfort while ntten
ding religious or other meetings. Every
body is complaining; those who endure
the inatyrdom of nmi seals, grin and bear
it; others blame this one and that one, and
yet no one does any thing. Now, the
question is, shall something he done, and
done immediately! The external appear
ance of the house is on ornament to our
city, but such seats, remaining so long are
a disgrace to it.
On whom does the responsibility rest?
How stands things respecting this affair?
A Committee was appointed at a public
meeting a loug time since, to erect a school
house at a given -and stipulated price, and
n tax raised sufficient to cover the amount.
The hous? was finished and well finished,
excejd sealing, and there it stood since in
that condition. Who is to blame, the
building committee or the public? The
committee, we learn, hve a teport ready
and are anxious to present it. They are
the servants of the public and when the
latter will call a meeting and attend it, the
whole thing will be attended to.
As next Monday evening is the time
for our regular school meeting, we hope
the public will feel interested enough to
Th ermom ethical Kr.tonn roa Sep
tember. We copy the follow ing record,
kept at this office :
Sept. 1857. a.m. Dg. p.m. Dg. p.m. Dz.
1 6 64 2 8J 9 66
2 ti 61 2 81 9 71
3 6 66 2 76 9 63
4 6 71 2 73 9 62
5 6 50 2 63 9 51
6 6 50 2 70 9 59
7 6 51 2 76 9 63
8 6 61 2 SO 9 72
9 6 64 2 &1 9 77
10 6 70 2 84 9 74
11 6 70 2 SO 9 61
12 6 53 2 62 9 CO
J3 6 60 2 80 9 62
14 6 60 2 72 9 57
15 6 57 2 71 9 64
16 6 71 2 78 9 69
17 6 70 2 73 9 53
18 6 53 2 63 9 M
19 6 44 2 60 9 54
20 6 48 2 66 9 52
21 6 53 2 66 9 43
22 6 40 2 69 9 54
23 6 50 2 76 9 61
24 6 58 2 76 9 61
U5 6 54 2 73 9 6-5
s8 6 62 2 82 9 66
27 - 6 68 2 70 9 43
28 .6 4 i (is 9 50
29 6 62 2 70 9 51
30 6 54 2 73 9 66
With the exception of tbe equinoctial
torm, which lasted four or five days, Sep-U-nibcr
was a very pleasant month.
The Nebraska AJ vrrtiser comes to us
weekly, with much useful information.
We limit say, in justice to this sheet, that
we take as mm h pleasure in reading it,
as any one of our exchanges.
Tlxt Atlantic TelrrRmpti r.xprr
The London Times, speaking of the ac
cident to the Atlantic cable, Kuys:
"The directors, as we have been given
to understand, have resolved to renaw the
attempt in October. That month is a fu
vorable one for the purpose, and we ri ally
sen no reason, if they profit by their recent
experience, why tla-y bhould not aucceed
in the second attempt.
"If during the few weeks which must
elapse before the next experiment, means
can be devised for repairing any damage
which may occur that is, any means of
recovering the end of the cable in case of
accident, and of knitting it on again to the
coil we should almost look upon the work
as done. The experienco gained in the
recent attempt, has been highly corrobo
rative of the chance of ultimate and speedy
success. Those points which have previ
ously been stated to be the chief difficul
ties, have turned out no difficulties ut all.
There has in point of fact, icen a hitch
no' a failure."
. A private letter from a well-informed
gentlemen in England, says:
"Should iho commute of the Atlantic
Telegraph company decide in fuvor of post
poning operations until next summer, which
ut London, was thought probable, tho pre
sent cable will bo stld to one of the two
companies organized for extending tho iel-
egiaph to India, and a new cable, substan
tially the same as the present one, but five
hundred miles longer, will be made for the
Atlantic company, in treason to bo laid
down in June next."
Great Wheat Chop. The St. Paul
Miimesotian say, on tixty acres of land,
in Washington County, Minnesota, there
was raised this season' the enormous yield
of three hundred lushrh of wheat, or fifty
bushels to the acre. The grain i.s of the
finest and heaviest quality, actually weigh
in? four or five pounds more to the bush
el than the standard weight. The crop
was raised from seed winch has loner been
in the Territory, and was thoroughly ac
climated. Winter's cold bos no effect on it
The Arkansas papers complain of a
superabundance of rain in that state. Not
more than a two-thirds crop of cotton is
List of I.cttters.
Remaining in the Post Office at Belle
vue, Nebraska, Oct. 1st, 1857:
James H. Drown. Elial Barnard.
Aron Drowir Samuel Doyce.
Oeorge D. Baird. Burnett Brady.
George Baird, A. K. Brigs.
Geiso Hlaki a-'. John Bell. 3.
Miss A. E. Boegel. J. M. Bell.
Runisey Coy. W. S. Crnitr.
John I ("a 1st on. Win. W. Clarke.
Miss Heb'n Common. Win. Colt.
Her. T. II. Canfield. Eugene Caldwell.
Wm. D. Delashmult. E. C. Davison.
Mrs. Zoa Duchann. Bennett Doeherty.
David Ekles. Micheal Egan.
Freman Freeman. D. H. Forman.
George W. Fray. John Foster.
Charles W. Gilmore. Wm. Ggrhan, Jr,
Win. Gilmore, Jr. Hudson George.
Narcissa J. Gilmore.
Miss Mary A Hart. Philander Hepsop.
Mrs. Susan Howag. Geoje W. Hewitt.
Mrs. Sarah Howard, T. B. Haycock.
Mrs. Elizabeth Hunt. John Hays.
James II. Kneland. John Knerr, 3.
Wilhelmine Kuouk. W. Kafseburrer.
James V. Kirvun. Mrs Bridel Kibbe.
Miss A. Linehan. 2.' Adwin Lott.
James Lamport, 2. O. E. Leighon, 2.
J. E. Mason. Peter Morris.
W. F. Piper. Jatrfes Tiernan.
II. M Pretd. John Pope.
Paul W. Hockey.
W. W Stewart. 2. William Stewart.
Joseph B. Strickland. Annie D. Smith.
MichalSawerhoefer. Dr. Shenvard.
Dr. Wm. Street. Samuel Siewert. 2
D. Sawer. J. W. Statan.
John or A. Thomas. R. Thomas.
MissHanett Panne. T. J. Torrv. 2.
Jchn Taylor, 2. Michel Tiernan.
t rank Turner. William Taiper.
Robert Tompson, Miss A. Tozicr.
John W. Vanetter.
Fred. Wiibe. 2. E. C. Warner.
James T. White. Herrmann Weis.
Henry T. Windiate. Stewart Wilson.
Miss E. Walbridge. John Wurd.
Held for want of proper direction:
Mr. Eden Saudeliff, Box 216, K. T., in
care of Mr. Berthow cr Mr. Youngsled.
Persons calling fur any of the above let
ter, will please say "advertised."
L. D. KINNEY, P. M
THE CHICAGO CITY
opi ict: :
Room No. 1 Masonic Tempi, Dcarbop
rnMi'Kn CAimm, iu-nrt cimpman,
ISAAC COOK, II. t. MOWKOK,
II. A. WVNCOOP.
Edmund Canfield, rres.,Wra. S. Batei,
Sec y, Henry Chapman, Treat.
f PHIS Company was oranicd en the 57th
I. day f March, A. D. 1 ".". under a spec
liil charter from Hie J.ri;it ur of Illinois,
ami business commenced under the incut fi.
vorable auspices. Its establishment lias been
upon a ("n in mill reliable basis, an, I in view of
Its yAbi'.itv,soiitnliirHs,aiid p'-rci money, rank
' one of On- first lasui un o Companies In the
counp-y.' Tn those denirnns of protecting
themselves against loss ordainie by Fire, or
perils of tli Sea,, they beg lev t offer lu
Messrs. Stone & Wilt, Cleveland, Ohio. I '
Williami it Awry, Chicago, III.
" Norton & Brother,
' SI one ti. ltoomer, "
If. S. T) iriin.!. Pres. Kn ine k Mm. II. R.
;. C. Northrnp, Canli. Itaclne Co. Uai.k.
Win. V. l.lml, r.nj.. Milwaukee.
J. (J. Conroe. V.. Haelne.
Ashley (iillierl, t.nsh. Com'l I!"k, Cliictpi.
Henry I'.irnhain, I'rcsiui'iit Chicago lc Hack
f ihni'l Unit Itoad.
Hanirl l. JllionVs, !'.ni., rievtlnml, Ohio.
Thoni il Campbell, Kprinpfield, III.
lion It. Chamherlin, St. I.otii, .Mo.
Me,r. Wadworth, Wells ft Srvmour,
Mcsmi-. I. If. iliirch k. Co., Chicago liank.
.lessrs. U. W. Bler Co. Cliimgo, 111.
Win. fllanchard, Fjiq., Munis, III.
Mesrf. II. C. Ai. O. (J. Cook &. Co., Ilock
Mi-sm. II. Wheeler tc Son, Atirera III.
Messrs. Jmld, Stiillli &. Pratt. J)!von, 111
N'ehimi.ih Case, Esij.. niill.ilo, N. V.
Win. U. Fiindy, I'.si.. Springfield, III.
(Jen. I. ('urn, 'Springfield, III.
Kichard Ivcrs, Esq., St. I.ouls, Mo.
31 JOHN J. .TOWN, Agent at llellevuo
THE undersiened have opened, near the
Prtntinr Olfiee, in Bellevne, slarg snd varied
assortment of Goods. Among' the variety
inav he found
S.icb as '
, Iloslcry, JLc.
SIIOVFIA HAY-FORKS. '
CRIND-STOXES, CHAINS, Ue ,
'I'oeether with a quantity of
Boots dSs SllOOS
Segnrs. Rake, Rojies, Horse-collarH, Carpet
sacks, Window Sash, Doors,
TEAS AND SUGARS,
Tohoero, Qiennsware. Glassware, Flour,
Craekers and a great many more articles.
They keep constantly cm hand, a largo as
sortment of good
M i lies nui Liquors,
Warranted the best quality t cheap for cash.
n.'i7tf J.' P. HORN & CO.
COXSTAXTI.Y on hand and for sale bv
the FOXTEXEI.EE HANK.
Pie-einptors c;in makt a handsome saving
by nsine; Warrants.
"All Warrants gold by the above Institution
JOHN J. TOWN, Cashier.
Hellevue. June 27, 1SV7. 31
BRICK AND LUMBER.
A LARGE quantity of firt rate Hiick and
Liunher fur Sale, at reasonable raei.
Enquire at mv Oihicc near the r,"nton Ho ise.
3 " JOSEPH E. PRAY.
SI OVES! STOVES!! SiOVESI!!
THE iindersig:ied takes this uiethoil of in
forming the citiens of Ridleviie. und vichiity,
tlpit he has just received the Lahukst and
Best assortment of
Cooking, Parlor & Oflirc Slovei.
ever brought to this Territory. He would rei
pectfiilly invite all in want of Srov:s, to call
and examine for themselves.
I am albo manufacturing
of all kinds, such as Buckets, CnKrr.r. Pots,
Pans, Str.ut..h Slc, tc, and all articles In
my line of business.
C."t"r,,'lrtic"li,r attention paid to Uoovinc,
Spot' tiso and job work of every description.
All work warranted to give .iti.ifaction. Or
ders solicitt d. Mv place of business is oppo
site the Printing Office, Belli-vne, N. T.
n3i-tf. SAMUEL SNYDER,
DISSOLUTION Or COPARTNERSHIP.
"VJOTICE. The mihscrihers hereby pive
1 notice that the copartnership heretofore
existins between lliem under !) name sad
sleof Todd Sl Smith. t th's day dissolved
by mutual conscLt. All dulilsduetoor ajainst
Uie firm will bo scU.ed bv Rurlon V'. ToiH
BURTON W. TODD.
E. P SMITH,
llellcvue, August 12, 16i7. 40
T E R R I'r O R Y O F Nl IJ UA Viv A? 77".,
COUNTY OF SARPY. bS'
NOTICE U hereby iriven, that the Courtr
Coniinissioiiers of Sirpy County, will
meet 011 M ond sv, Spt, aist. A. I). lY)7. nt
the house of Maj. Watson, at tf o'clock, A.M.
tovieivand locate a pu!4ic road from the
city of llellcvue, on the best 10 .te to the cor
ner of Sections 2. 3, 10, and It. iu Township
13, north, Range 13, east j thence w est in 'be
line between Sections 3. and 10, to the corner
of Secti ns 3, 4, 0, and 10, in the san. Town
ship and Ranee; thence westerly on the most
practicable route Ihr u?h An erson's Ct'K-e;
thence westerly to trie Piatt or Klkhorn Itiv
er's. Said Commissioners will meet oa. the
eveningof said day, t 1 o'clock, at the l!cn.
ton House, Bollevue. to hear all parties inter
estsd in loeatirg and egtuhlUliuig said road or
By order of the Coun'v Commissioners. '
i.s. . STEPHEN I). H ANCS,
Clei k of Sarpy Co.
r.ellevue, Aug. 1, 157. 41
XV LL persons iudeMed o Clatke fc Itro.,
fj will eome forward inuuediatidy and py
tip. 'A wurd tothe wise is S'ltfieien't."
Feltrme. K,r. J?, 1.T, tf.
PALMER k AVERILL'8 COLUMN.
PALMER & AVERILL.
MholfMl and Hftall Drain in
And Fancy Goods,
BRITTANIA WARE, &c.
Our stock is entirely new, very
large, and carefully selected, and
by adhering strictly to Iho
cash system, we are able
to offer very great in
ducements to all who
may favor us with
PALMER & AVE1ULL,
Corner of Jefferson and 27th street,
Opposite the Fonlentlle Hank,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY rail the at
tention of the citizens of Rcllevne, Ht
pv county, and the Hiirroundinc country, to
their iiew and selected stock of
GROCERIES & HARDWARE,
Which they oflVr at Wholesale and Retail at
jirices 30 per cent. lower thai' ever before of
fered In this city. We can- and will sell
(.ooils as low if not lower than they can be
houifht in Omaha or liliifT City. Pleaso call
nnd exaniliie for voiirsiilves. , .
ALMER t AVERILL.
r.cllevue, May 28, lKj7. ..f
Jut Ilccelrcd, and for Sale, . '
A LARCiE stock of Furniture, consisting in
part of Wood, Rush. Spindle, Split Bottom,
Jenny Lind. Maple, Mahogany, Children's snd
Office Chairs, Rockers, tc: Bureaus, Center,
Card. Office, Breakfast and Dinner Tallies,
Leaf, Toilet, Work and Wash Stands, Office
Desks, Sofas and Sofa Lounges. Donhle and
Single IOtinges, Trundle Reds, Bedsteads of
various kinds, Tin Sifes, Mattresses. &r., tuc.
Terms cash. PALMER Ai AVERILL.
rUST RKCF.IVKD. a large and fine assort
ment of Cent's Shoes and Gailers.
33tf . PALMER &. AVLKILL.
ANOTLF-R LOT cf C'oibij g just received
PALM LR . AVERILL.
1)ALMER& AVERILL have on hand a lot
L of fine Black Uoekkiii and Cassimrre;
a Iso, a large lot of fancy Cassiineres. Those
wiebiiur a good article would do well to call
and examine the above. 3;ttf
NAtLSand CLASS Cheap at the BELLE
C1 UTLF.RY A large assortment of Pocket
Knives, Knives and Forks, 4.C, at, the
A large stock of READY-MADE
CLOTHING. at F.sstrn lriets, can be found
at the UKLLEVUE STORE. na 30-tf.
fllHE LARGEST LOT of'FnrTdTure "u7d
L Crockery ever hrotifM to the Ter.tnrr,
can be found at PALMER t AVLRILVS
LOUR, Salt, Salmon, Mackerel, and Cod
fish, at wholesale or Retail, bv
PALMER t AVF.PiLL'S.
A HOOD A)in"MrT 7f GlsVT wa"re
PAT.MfF - AY LP ILL'S.
Commercial Emporium ! !
t Mill', ninlersliriied respectfully solicit the tendon of the citlcus of llellevue and vicinity,
.1 to their extenshe assortment of good, emlu acing eveiv arety toiually kept In the Wssl.
The atleiition of the ladies Is poitlculiiily c.ilh .1 to our lurpe assorlmeid of disss gmids,
eonslsUiig In part of silks, French and American .l.ironet and Organdy Iwn. Persges, Dm
I, sines, Kc. Figured an I Plain ttniss, Jiiuonet and Pnok Mudlns, Ciillros, Kllihons, At tifl
clal I'loweis and Wreaths, Dress Til minings, Hosiery, iioiiuuta, Flats, fcc,
BOOTS c3 SHOES.
Ladies fms mornccu slippets, kid nnd innnicrn linsklns, pfirodl ties, nnd .lenny Llnd.kld, en
Smer, snd ralf skin lues hoots, hlm k Mid Coltned gaiters, fee. Out's fixe morocco Slid
calf skin hoots, fine cloth, calf skin and patent leather eHeli, sew'd and jiej'd monrdss,
slippers, e. I'hildren's mIioi'm, a great variety.
Men's and hoys' fine felt, weol, Panam.i, euriacoS, sc.ll.eU.!, Li-horn, nnliii,--s
great variety, '
The latgnsl slock ever opened In this county, coi.slslliig of coats, ii.tnli, veslj, shirts, i ol
l.ns, ocr-lls, .c. of all sizes, stles, und ijuo llty, for mm, hoys and childicn.
A greal variety of hulh F.ugllNh mi J Ainiic!tn mtiinif.ietnre, Carpentets' tooU, . House
keepers nd builders w ill hml it u their advantage to call before juik hnsing elssMhsie.
A l.n.), a luru
All the above articles, together with a cre.lt varietv not mentioned, uill by f..e
cash. All kinds of merrhnntihtn country produce taken in exchange for goods. Also Dry
Hides, Furs, kf. 'ihn nli ful for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to us by the slti-
zvns of this county, we earnestly solicit Its tonUuu.nice.
o.iiuii aihi;uiim:m i:rs.
NEBRASKA IN 1057.
THIS work will again he ready for delivery
by Ihn 17lli inst. 'J'ho frst supdy wos re
ceived l.i hi wek and was inmediutely sold.
A new County Map. corrected by Mr. Pyrri,
according to tho county bimiidiuies establish
ed by the Legislature Inst winter, has hern
engraved expressly for tho voiL,und will ap
pear In the, next edition.
Besides a history of the Tenilory, ltsron
ditioii and proKiierts, the woik cotdaina ihe
claim laws of Nebraska, and a digest of the
United States pre-emption laws, making u
complete prc-einptor's guide. Every person
Interested in Nebraska should have n copy of
the work. Price, with the map, 75 cents;
without the ma p. o() cents. Single copies mail
ed, postage paid, on receipt ol juice, to toy
part of the counter.
C. C. WOOLWORTH,
Omahn, June 11, lHftV 32lf Publisher.
BOOKS, STATION Kit Y
AND PAPER HANGINGS.
A complete aasortment at
Omaha City, N. T.
C Special flfjent for .tliooj. Books.
f. A. Josr. nits. w. wonn.
Drug & Chemical House
OMAHA CITY.NEUKASHA TERRITORY
JONES & WOOD,
WHOI.rSALE AMI JtlTAII. J)r A LI' IIS . 1 .1
Drills, , ,
f . Liquors,
Tobacco, &e. Lc. Ke.
Having purchased the entire stock of
DRUGS and FANCY OOODtf formerly be
longing to C. A. Henry &. Co., together with
our owu full purchases, we iie now enabled
to offir the public as eoinplet an assortment
of IJRUUS nnd FANCY HOODS as con be
found west of the Mississippi river. Our
stock is of magnitude enough to supply the
whole Nebraska trada and bavin; Li eu pur
chased under the most favoiahlfl ciirtira
stAiices, wo feel ensured in our t.il"Rient.
that if .Fine GootU, as regards quantity, qu.-il-Ity
and price, are any ohiect to those dealing
In DRUGS and MEDICINES, we nn offer
these indueerneni. ton greater extent than anv
other bouse In the West. Country Merchants
(nut Physicians ar reijucUJ to examine our
stock before purchasing u)f vvhe;
noli-tf JONES it WOOD.
NO MORE HARD TIMES. .
s. m. piki:,
T T-S established hiinself In a XLW (HIO-
IJ. CERV STORE, in Bellevne, on rission
Avenue, east of Main Street, where be will
keep constantly on hand, all kinds of fresh
He has also a choice lot tit liquors, and ev
ery other article usually kept in a Grocery
A meat market is kept in the btse
meril storv, for the accommodation of the cit
izens of Beileue, and Vicinity. U. 3u
"VwOULD respectfully Inform the cituri
S f of Kelviie and vieii.ily that thev have
comiueneed tl T.MLORIXi; BUSI Xl'.fcS jt '
the building formerly occupied bv .1. M.'li.ir
tav.corner MAIN street and FIFTH AVF.N-'
UEand Intend Veepir; constantly ca. a)"-nd
Which w ill be made up to order with neat
ness and dispatch. f
AIo. Fl'lia and HIDES bg?it liken in
exchanga far goods. no3n-f.
A valuable tin.I.er Claim of l.'k) acres, wi'h
ia ttire miles of Belleviic Citv, for al(X V.n
quire at thi- Ofl'.re. . u.lTlf.'
bt.n k of ciioi..ij
Regular racket for Kaneai, Leavenworth,
Wcs'nu.M.Jitfcph, savannah, Iowa Point,
Nebraska CTi t v, llellevue, Council
id. .n ,..i.n ... i ii.
ni'oi.i, v'uuiiia mid l lorniirc.
K ZTJS TH E new and eWant Passcti)rer
,'''tn,r nfillllir ir nrnnnn. .1. lliroclf-
-iiioitou. Master, J. E. Gorman.
Clerk, will commence her trips as a reirulsr
packet in the uuovo trade, on the opening of
navigation In tho spring, and will remain In It
throughout the season.
'J'liu Florence h ivlng been built under the
siipet iidi'iidence of the iineersignod, expressly
for the trade, is of extraordinary strength, and
well adapted lo it in every particular. A rea
sonable sham of tha patronage of shippers,
and the public generally, is rnspeclfully soli
cited. .1. THROCKMORTON, Msstcr.
25- J. I'.. (Johman, Clerk,
Regular Packet for Kansae, Nebraska City,
llellevue, Com cil Bluiru, Omaha,
add l'loiuiice. -
ftFTDS T'11' firw nni1 'I'M lit Hlenmer
Min-ne-ba-ha, Cant. Charlea
rj-iwCffiiarfjjdker, Master, Hutchinson,
Clerk, will rim as a regular packet, to the
above and all intermediate points on the Mis
souri river, and pemona can rely upon her con
tinning in the trad.: regu!any dining tho season.
Tho Min-ne-ha-hii is an entirely new bnt,
built expresidy for the Missouri River trade,
and being fit ted up in the latest and most ap
proved h yle, her officers feel confident, that
stiiet attention to the comforts of Passengers,
and to huiiiiei. will nuke her the favorite
b-at in the trade.
i CIJ.A BAKER, Master.
H. T Clarke, Agent. yti g
Tailoring! Tailoring !
The undersigned begs leave' to Inform the
citizens of Bellevne and vicinity that he is
prepared to do custom work. In the latest
fashion and most approved style. He feels
roi.fident that his work is unsurpassed F.ast
or VVest j and by moderate prices respectfully
solicits a share of the public patronage. H
wi'l alwavs be found reaJy to receivo orders
at the Btlk'vue House.
r.ellcvue, N. T. March lltli 18j7,tf
Charloa E. Watson,
C1IVII. LNGINELR AM) SURVKYOI!,
J Bellsvno City, Nebraska Tenituiy, ro
fesses to be poemd' in the lay of rtic land in
this vicinity, und offers his service i lo ii:h as
may ne:d tiiein, on reasonable terms.
Sv Ho will nlsto e.ct as agent, for (he pur
chase or aal i of Ileal Estate, iu the Tenitory,
or Ves'e:i,iuua. Jnformatioii furnished upon
application. Declarations hied and pre-emptions
obtained. ,, , .J-tf
THE KIESOlTrjrTEA IOWA
AT 3 r. 1IAIIYS, MILLa CO. .
.ARC prepare I to furnish Western Iowa and
Nebraska with SAND, OK A V EL, LIME,
ROCK, X. bOlLDINU Rl'O.VF. of every
variety, sie w.u shape. Tiiey have facilities
for quarrying ANY QUANTITY, that way
be needed, .-.ml alsa intend lomake
CRICK. WAT CR LIME, &C.
100 Laborrcs -
RFFF.R ANCE.S: P. Ci.oi tiai: J. A. Co.,
ST. IAjVI'. i.U-.KSt, '.4ASl, ii. JlUiTOK,
COCNCIL BLVKI S. ,
All orders should be addressed ti . i m
J.M). W. A 1 li( X Y, SCtTA.r.
f;. Marys, Murcli lta, IS."7.
HEAL ESTATE F0U SALE. -,
SO LOTS IX BELLEVUC .
AlsoSIIARi:s BKLLEVl'E STOCK,
do LLK HILL ADDITION
J) JUNCTION CITY.
Lr farther particulars vnijuire rf
: ' . . i . t. m: MccoauX
At the l-'oiitrneUe IlanV.
Hi-i:vue, April lb, 1K57. " . 'ni6-tf
platte' ErvEa fe2ey.
rpiIF. PlnV.e Fiver Ferrv Company have
A. their Firrv in aure-s'sfnl operatini e'.
the MOUTH cf PLATTE RIVER t
Hits route it bix miles shorter thaa that by
Cedar Island, and -s a much better rout.
EXPERIENCED AND CAREFUL MEN
will be i.i H'ieadHiiCe et ell tiiocs toaccoinms.
ddte the travni.-i!: puaiic. . IU'.el of Fflirlaje
a low as ar y otorr roinU ,
W. M. fLAl'CiUTta.
PU't.-.mo oh, Ap. l. ir-oT. , ,,.
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