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About Bellevue gazette. (Bellevue City, N.T. [i.e. Neb.]) 1856-1858 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1857)
Local & Miscellaneous.
In the absence of our Religious Report
er, we are unable to Hate who will offi
ciate at the School House next Sabbath.
But presume there will be preaching and
praying as usual, at 10 1-2, A. M., and
7, P. M. The man that goes home with
the girls, will of course be there.
Thanks tor Favors Recti vkd.
Week before Inst, we announced the
death of Mr. Cylinder E. Watch, of de
cline, of this city. For the benefit of Mr.
W numerous relatives, we requested
Nebraska, Kansas, and Ohio papers to
copy. As we have not yet received all of
our exchanges, up to the time that they
would receive ours, containing Mr. VY'a
obituary, we ore not informed how many
of them complied with our request. But
we notice that the Omaha Times, Florence
Courier, and Desoto Pilot, coped it, and
for their benefit and all others that may
hare done likewise, we publish the follow
ing transcript of the Coffin Flate, which,
we have no doubt, will be read by them
with a pood deal of interest : " Cylinder
Escapement, Eight Holes Jewelled ; M. J
Tobias, Liverpool." Sold, gen&. men
told ! Please cony, for the benefit of
Ws Still Prosper. Not withstand
iug the hard times, our citizens continue
to erect buildings, whtch shows that they
are not to be bullied by a little adversity.
Johic P. Hon & Co's two story store,
on Main Street, is being pushed towards
completion, and when finished it will add
-another to those substantial improvements
that have been made on Main Street, this
season. J. P. II. & Co. keep a variety
Btore, and their new building will aliord
there ample room for a large stock of goods.
"S-eatoi & Rowles are erecting two
dwelling houses on Warren Street.
Whitmoyxr & Sherk have erected a
dwelling house on Hancock Street.
Mr Leach has commenced the erec
tion of dwelling on Jefferson Street.
Rev. C C. Cos, read portions of the
History of Bellevue, which he is prepar
ing for publication, X the School House,
Thursday evening of last week. It was
well received, and we ro glad to learn
that it gives general satisfaction At the
close, a vote of thanks was tendetfd Mr.
Goss for the able manner in which he had
treated his subject, and the evening's en
tertainment, with a rsquest to coutiuue
the History, which he had written only up
to the union of the Mission and Town Com
panies. It U no easy task to gather up
facts, and systematise and weave them to
gether, and make them entertaining to a
general audience ; but we think Mr. G.
has been quite successful thus far, and
we shall have a history of our city, that
will not only be readable, but as accurate
as time and patience can make it.
The New Bridge. The Carpenter
work on the Government Bridge, that is
to be built over Pappillion Creek, a mile
and a half south of this city, on the Wag
on Road, which extendi from Platte Riv
er to the Running Water, is completed,
and as soon as the iron arrives, it will be
ready for erection. This Bridge is to be
one of the largest and most substantial in
the Territory. Its extreme length is 68
feet, width, 16 feet. The frame is con
structed of large oak timber.
Riter News. The new steamer, E.
M. Rvlano, passed up on the afternoon
of Oct. 2d.
The Carrier arrived Oct 4, bound for
Sioux City. She made our levee in 8
days from St. Louis, which, considering
the low stae of water, is remarkable
Omahas. A band of Omahas visited
our city, last rriuay. I hey were on
their way to the Otoes, who reside in the
south part of the Territory.
The weather has been unpleasant most
of the time, during the past week. Rain,
log, lowering clouds, mingled with a little
isun-shinenow and then, has been the or
dor of the day.
We printed a large extra edition, last
week, of the Gazette, for the benefit of
the Bachelors, which went off like hot
cakes, and the cry was for more. Wheth
er they have an admiration of hoops and
cotton, or not, they do appreciate the la
bors of the printers. e wouia coia
mend their example, in ths particular, to
some that are fathers of the "blessed baby,
Tha wife and daughter of Lieut. Hern
don, U. S. N., commander of the lost
steamship Central America, passed the
summer at Newport. Habitues of the
Fillmore House will remember the exqui
site voice of Miss H., as well as her good
natured use of it. Miss H. is considered
one of the best private singers in Ameri
The family are from Virginia.
The Atlantic Telegraph Cable is about
the siio of a dime in diameter. The
outside is composed of eighteen strands of
small wire next is six strands of yarn,
next three coats of gutta percha ; inside
of all are aeven copper wires for tele
graphing. The aggregate length of
smaller wires required in the manufacture
of one mile of the cable is 126 miles!
It weighs eighteen hundred pounds to the
mile, is quite flexible, and it was estimated
to be strong enough to bear in water over
six miles of its own length if suspended
vertically. Tho whole capital of the
company is $1,750,000, and has been
taken in shares of (5000 each. The
proportions in which these shares have
been taken are, 101 in London, 88 in
America, 86 in Liverpool, 37 in Glasgow,
28 in Manchester, and the remainder in
other pails of England.
Newspapers lit Minnesota. At the
present time forty-three weekly and three
daily newspapers are printed and publish
ed in Minnesota. Of these 17 are He-
publican in politics, 14 are Democratic,
12 are independent. More than half of
these forty-three newspapers are less than
one year old. Nine of them date the
commencement of their existence within
the past two months.
The Land Office building in Dakota is
Death or a Famous House. Mr.
Feltons' famous stallion Ticondcroga Black
Hawk, which took the first premium at
the recent United States Agricultural Fair,
at Louisville, Kv., died a tew Cays since
at Govanstown, Md., q lite suddenly, and
his death was generally imputed to poison.
He was valued by his owner at $10,000,
nd he is said to have refused $8,000 for
him a few days before his death. -
A Singular Dyiso Request. We
find the following in that sober and truth
ful sheet, the Salem Observer An old
man dying in Boston recently, was asked
if he would have a clergyman sent for.
He requested to see Rev. Dr. Colyer, who
called upon him accord inc-ly. The sick
man said: "I have just sent to request
you to keep those confounded cats in your
yard quiet to-night."
List or Lelltrrs
Remaining in the Post Office at Belle
vue, .Nebraska, Uct. 1st, loo7:
James H. Brown.
A. K. Brigs.
John Bell." 3.
J. M. Bell.
George B. Baird.
Miss A. E. Boeffel.
W. S. Craig.
Wm. W. Clarke.
, Wm. Colt.
John F. Calston.
Miss Reb'a Common
lev. T. H. Canfield.
Wm. D. Delashmutt. E. C. Davison.
Mrs. Zoa Ducharm. Bennett Doeherty.
D. H. Forma n.
George W. Fray.
Charles W. Gilmore. Win. Ggrhan, Jr.
Wm. Gilmore, Jr. Hudson George.
Narcissa J. Gilmore.
Miss Mary A Hart. Philander Hepson.
Mrs. Susan Ilowag. Geojge W. Hewitt,
Mrs. Sarah Howard, T. B. Haycock.
Mrs. Elizabeth Hunt. John Hays.
James II. Kneland. John Knerr, 3.
Wilhelmine Knoak. W. Kafeburger.
James V. Kirvun. Mrs Bridct Kibbe.
Miss A. Linehan,2. Adwin Lott,
James Lamport, 2. O. E. Leighon, 2.
J. E. Mason.
W. F. Piper.
H. M Preed.
Paul W. Rockey.
W, W Stewart. 2. Wiljiam Stewart.
Joseph B. Strickland. Annie D. Smith.
Michal aawerheefer. Dr. bherward.
Dr. Wm. Street. Samuel Stewert, 2.
D. Sawer. J. W. Statan.
John or A. Thomas. R. Thomas.
MissHariett Parpte. T. J. Torry, 2.
John Taylor, 2. Michel Tiernan.
Frank Turner. William Taiper.
Robert Toiupson, Miss A. Tozier.
John W. Vanetter.
Fred. Will, 2. E. C. Warner.
James T. White. Herrmann Weis.
Henry T. Windiate. Stewart Wilson.
Miss E. Walbridge. John Ward.
HelJ fur want of proper direction:
Mr. iAlen Cwiiuit'iiit, liux UJH, K. i ., la
care of Mr. Berthmv or Mr. Youngslcd.
Persons calling for any of the above let
ters, will please say "advertised."
L. B. KINNEY, P. M
THE CHICAGO CITY '
Room No. ljlasonic Temple, Dearbop
tDMrD CANFItlDf llfNKV CHAPMAN,
ISAAC COOK, H. S. MONROS,
H. A. WVNCOOP.
Edmund Canfield, Pres., Wm. 8. Batei,
seo y, uenrj wnapmaa, xreai.
rrUUS Company was orfranled on the 17th
JL day of March, A. D. 1R.V1, under spec
ial charter from tha Legislature of Illinois,
ana nusmess commenced under me most it
vorable auspices. Its establishment has been
upon a firm and reliable basis, ami in view of
its stabilitv, soundness, and prrmanency.ranks
as one of the first Insurance Companies In the
country. To those desirous of protecting
themselves against loss or damage by Fire, or
perils of the Boa, they beg leav to'ofler the
Messrs. Stone . Witt. Cleveland, Ohio.
Williams A. Avery, Chicago, 111. .
" Norton ft. Brother,
" Stone A Boomer,
II. S. Dnrand, Pre. Racin ft Miss. R. It.
(ieo. C. Northrnp, Cash. Racine Co. Bunk.
Win. P. L.lnd, Esq., Milwaukee.
J. f!. Conrne, Esq. Racine.
Ashley Gilbert, Cash. Com'l Ti'k, Chlcagn.
Henry Farnham, President Chicago tt Rock
Island Rail Road.
Daniel 1. Rhodes. Esq., Cleveland, Ohio.
Thomas Campbell, Esq., Springfield, 111.
linn R. Chambcrlln, St. I-eniis, Mo.
Messrs. Wadsworth, Wells A Seymour,
Messrs. I. II. Burch ft. Co., Chicago Hank.
Messrs. O. XV. Ki7cr ft. Co. Chicago, 111.
Wm. Blanchard. Esq., Morris, 111.
Messrs. II. C. ft, O. U. Cook ft, Co., Ruck
Mesas. II. Wheeler ft. Son, Aurora. III.
Messrs. Jmld, Smith ft. Pratt, Dixon, III.
.eiiamiah Case, Ksq., Buflalo, . Y.
Wm. B. Fundv, Esq.. Springfield, III.
Gen. I. Curn, Springfield, III.
Richard Ivers, Esq., St. Louis, Mo.
34; JOHN J. TOWN, Agent at Bellevue
THE undersigned have opened, near the
Printing Olfice, in Bellevue, a large and varied
assortment of Goods. Among the varluty
may be found
GKIND-STONES, CHAINS, ft.c,
Together with a quantityof
Boots cfe Shoes
Segars, Rakes, Ropes, Horse-collars, Carpet
sacks, Window Sash, Doors,
TEAS AND SUGARS,
Tobocco, Queens warn. Glassware. Flour,
Crackers and a irreat many more article.
Tliry keep constantly on hand, a large as
sortment of good
Wlnra and Liquors, ' '
Warranted the best quality ; cheap for cash.
n37tf J.' P. HORN ft CO.
CONSTANTLY on hand and for aale bv
the FONTENELLE BANK.
Pre-emptors can makta handsome saving
by lining Warrants.
All Warrants sold by tha above Institution
are guaranteid. -
JOHN J. TOWN, Cashier.
Bellevue. June 27, 1857. 31
BRICK AND LUMBER.
A LARGE quantity of first rate Brick and
Lumber for Sale, at reasonable rates.
linquire at my Ofliice near the Benton House,
35 JIIM.1'11 l'KAY.
STOVES! STOVES!! STOVES!!!
THE undersigned takes this method of in
forming the citizens of Bellevue, and vicinity,
that he has just received the Laroest and
Best assortment of
Cooking, Parlor & Office Stove.
ever brought to this Territory. He would res
pectfully invite all in want of S-rovr., to call
and examine for themselves.
I am also manufacturing
of all kinds, such ss Buckets, Corrtr PT
Pans, Idtkaisess Sec, ac, ana all articles In
mv line of business.
Itf Particular attention paid to RooriNo.
Spoutino and jod worn or every description.
All work warranted to give satisfaction. Or
ders solicited. My place of business is oppo-
sue ine rnnung uuice, jinevur, n. i.
n 35-tf. HAMLir.L 5.YDEK.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
Nuuur.. llie siibscriDers nereby rive
notice that the copartnership heretofore
existing between them under the name and
stvle of Todd fc Smith, is this day dissolved
by mutual consent. All debts due to or against
the firm will be settled by Hurton W. Todd.
BURTON V. TODD.
K. P SMITH.
Bellevue, Afljust 12, 1857. 40
TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA,
COUNTY Or KAKf i.
Tyi u i n t. is nereoy given, mat tne bounty
i.1 Commissioners of Sarpy County, will
meet on Monday, Sept. 21st, A. D. 1857, at
the nouse or 3iai. waison, at v o'clock, A.M.
to view and locate a public road from the
city of Bellevue, on the best route to the cor
ner of Sections Z, 3, 10, and II, in Township
13, north, Range 13, east ; thence west in the
line between Sections 3, and 10, to the corner
of Secti ns 3, 4, 'J, and 10, in the same Town
ship and Range ; thence westerly on the tsost
practicabls route through Anderson's Grove ;
thence westerly to the Platte or Elkhorn Riv
er's. Said Commissioners will meet on the
evening of said day, at 4 o'clock, at the Ben
ton House, Bellevue. to hear all parties in1 cr
ested in locating anu establishing said road or
. . By order of the County Commissioners.
l.s. STEPHEN I). BANGS,
Clerk of Sarpy Co.
Belleyne, Aug. 1, 157. 41
C LL persons indebted to. Clark lc. Bro.,
jt will come forward immediately and pay
mil V A word to the w iae is sullicient."
CLiKKE Jt BRO.
Belle v.te, Anf. 1?, 1A7. f.
PALMER fc, AVEHILL'S COLUMN.
PALMER & AVERILL
VThoIeuU and Retail Dotlers In
And Fancy Goods,
BRITTANIA WARE, to.
Our stock is entirely new, very
large, and carefully selected, and
by adhering strictly to the
cash irystcni, wo are able
to offer very great in
ducements to all who
may favor us with
PALMER & AVERILL,
Corner of Jefferson and 27th street,
Opposite the Fontenelle Bank,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY call the 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 SO per cent, lower than ever before of
fered in this city. We can and will sell
Goods as low If not lower than they ran be
bought in Omaha or Bluff City. Please call
and examine for yourselves.
PALMKU It AVERILL.
Bellevue, May 2?, 1337.
Just Received, and for Sale,
A LAROE tork of Furniture, ronsMinp la
Jart of Wood, Rush, Kpindle, Kolit Bottom,
enny Lind, Maple, Mahogany, Children's and
Office Chair. Rocker, Jtc.t Bureaus, Center,
Card, Office, Breakfast and Dinner Tables,
Leaf, Toilet, Work and Wash Stands, Office
Desks, Sofas and Sofa Lounge.., Double and
Single Lounges, Trundle Kwis, Bedstead of
various kinds, Tin Safes, Mattresses, r.,fce
Terms cash. PALMER fc AVEKILL.
JUST RECEIVED, a large and fine assort
ment of Gent's Shoes and Gaiters.
33tf PALMER it AVERILL.
ANOTLER LOT of Clothing ust received
at 33tf PALMER k. AVERILL.
PALMER lc AVERILL have on hand a lot
of fins Black Doesxin and Cassimers;
also, a large lot of fancy Cassimeres. Those
wishing a good article would do well to rait
and examine to above. 33tf
N A tLSsnd GLASS Cheap at the BELLE
CUTLERY A large assortment of Pocket
Kiflves, Koives and Forks, fcc, at the
W A Urge stock of READY-MADE
CLOTHING, at Eastern Prices, can be found
at the BELLEVUE STORE. uo 30-tf.
rpHE LARGEST LOT of v.n,iture and
L Crockery ever brought to the Territory,
can be round at HALMI.il i AVEHILL'a
TT'LOUR, Salt, Salmon, Mackerel, and Cod
X ami, at wlioiesale or
PALMER A AVERILL'S,
A GOOD ASSORTMENT t4 tJiass War
at PALMER k. ATF-FILL'!.
0 jl 0
rpitF. undersigned respectfully solicit the attention of the rltitnns of Ni-llevue and vlclnltf,
A. 10 ineir extensive assoriniriu ui nuu, vinoiai-in rin t lei j uaunilT 'l iri iiiw n.ni.
The attention of the ladles
consisting In part of alike, Frenc
mri Ol BUKS, r rem ll mill n lliri
....I . .. J.i....
Ilnes, he. Figured And Plain Swiss, Jaconet and fiook Muslins, (.'itlinos, Ribbons, Artifi
cial Flowera ana Wreaths, Ureas Trimmings, Hosiery, llonnots, FUu, c.
BOOTS c3 SHOES.
Ladies fine mororco slippers, kid and inornero buskin, pnrodl ties, mid Jenny I.ind.kid, an
aineled and calf skin laro boots, black and colored palters, A.C Ont'i flue nmroceo and
calf skin boots, fine cloth, calf akin and patent lenlher i;iUlef, tew'J anj peg'd iitoiuoss,
Uppers, 4.C Children's shoes, a preat variety.
boys' line felt, wool, Panama,
Tlie largest stock ever opened in this riiuntv, nnnlttlni; nf cnnls, it.ints, vests, shirtj, col
lars, over-all, Lc. of all sizes, stylus, uud uiillty, for men, boy ami children.
A (creat variety of borh I'n'jilfli anil American manufacture, Carpenters' tools, fcc. House
keeper tiud builder will find it to ther cdvantage to call buture piucliiising elssMher.
Also, a luiu
Gr rooor Iogj.
Ml the above articles, together with a cieat vnrMy not inentioned, will be sold low for
rash. All kinds of merchantable country prodnre taken in exrhauu fnr eootls. Also Dry
Hides, Furs, Ac. Thankful for tlui lilieial iintinnace heretofure extundnd to u bv the siti-
ton of this county, we earnestly solicit Its coiiUn.iuiii.c.
NEBRASKA IN 1057.
THIS work will apnln be ready for delivery
by the 17th Inst. 'Hie first supply was re
ceived Inst week and was immediately sold.
A new County Map, corrected by Mr. Byers,
according to the county boundaries establish
ed by the Legislature' last whiter, ban been
engraved expressly for the work, and will op
pear in the next edition.
Besides a history of the Territory, its con
ditiou and prospects, the work contains the
claim laws of Nebraska, and n digest of the
United States pre-emption laws, making a
rnmplcte prc-einptor'a guide. Every person
interested in Nebraska should havo a copy of
the woik. Price, with the map, 73 cents;
without the map, ftO cents. Single copies mail
ed, postage paid, on receipt of price, to any
pnrt of the country.
C. C. wooiwortTil,
Omaha, June 11, 1X57 32tr Publisher.
HOOK S, S T A T.I ON K 1 1 Y
AND PAPER HANGINGS.
A compluts assortment nt
Omaha City, N. T.
Ci?" Special agent for School Books.
1. a. jonks. i.r.ii, w. wunn.
Drug & Chemical IIouso
IN THR WEST.
OMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA TERRITORY
JONES & WOOD,
Whoi.i.sali: and Hi.tail Dcalliis i.n
Tobacco, Ice. tc. fce,
H.tvinir purchased the entire stock rf
DRUGS and FANCY GOODS formerly be
longing to ('. A. Henry fc Co., together with
our own full purchase's, we are now enabled
to offer the public ss complete an assortment
of DRUGS and FANCY GOODS as can be
found west of the Mississippi river. Our
stock Is of magnitude enough to supply the
whole Nebraska trade; and having been pur
chased under the most favorable circum
stances, we 'feel assured in our statement,
that if Fine Goods, as regards quantity, jiii
Ity and price, are anv ohiect to those tea ling
in DRUGS and MEDICINES, we can offer
these inducements to a grca'er extent than any
Other house in th West. Country Merrhattts
and Physicians are requested to examine our
stock before purchasing elsewhere
no 15-tf JONES t WOOD.
NO MORE HARD TIMES.
H. 11. PIKE,
HAS establinhed himself In a NEW GRO
CERY STORE, in Bellevue, on Mission
Avenue, east of Main Street, where he will
keep constantly en hand, all kinds of fresh
(rocenes, ' '
He has also a choice lot ft liquors, snd ev
ery other article usually kept in a Grocery
A meat market is kept in the base
ment sorv, for the accommodation of the cit
izens of Bellevue, and vicinity. 33 3m
EICHEB St DAVEXPO&T,
WOULD respectf.illy inform the citizens
'f Bellevue and vicinity that thev have
commenced the TAILORING BUSINESS in
the buildlne formerly occupied bv J. M. Bar
tav.corner MAIN street and FIFTH AVEN
UE) and intend keeping couttantly on hand
Which will be made up to order with neit
diss and dipati:h.
AUo, I URS and HIDES bought or tskenin
exchange for goods. uo &-tf.
Von Lif. "
A valuable timber Claim f luOarrss, with
in three mile of Bellevue Citv, for sale. En-
I qniie t in Oifire. r.37tf.
E V U E
Rhiiiiorium ! !
csileil to our large nssortment or dress goons,
n-m, uriinri mm .i.innv i.awiiK, l''iHr,
T t ....I - 1 1 .... M
cnviarus, aeanelte, t.lis n, paltn, a
S O, -
bt ck uf clioioo
Main bltsst. .
Reguhir Packet for Kansas, Leavenworth,
Weston, St. Joseph, bavannah, Iowa Point,
iebr..Hka City, Bvllevue, Council
illufiti, Oinaiia and Mreiiee,
THE new and elegant Passenger
Zi Steamer Florence J. Throck-
5inoiton, Master, J. !'. Gorman,
Clerk, will commence her trips as a regular
packet in the above, trade, on the opening of
nnvli'ntion In the spring, and will remain in it
throughout the season.
The Florence having ben built under the
Htipei iiitemleiire of tho unnersigned, expressly
for the trade, is of extraordinary strength, and
well adapted to it in every particular. A rea
sonable sham of the patronage of shippers,
and the public generally, Is respectfully soli
cited. J. THROCKMORTON, Master.
2j-s J. E. (ioiniAK, Clerk,
" M:S0X AHKX(;EMUNTr
Regulur Packet for Kansas, Nebraska City,
lJullevue, Com cil Bluff!!, Omaha, ,
u till Florence.
I (C!TmJS eli-cant Steamer
WVMin-rie-lia-ha, Cant. Charles
r-JCSaCXSjjaker, Master, llutchinson,
('leik, will run as a regular packet, to. the
(i hove and all intermediate points on the Mis
sourl river, nnd persons enn rely upon hec con
tinning in the trade regularly during the season.
The Min-ne-hn-ha Is an entirely new boat,
built evpr.'Hnly for the Missouri "River trade,
nnd being fitted up in the Utest find most ap
proved style her officers feci confident, that
stilct at'entlnn to the comforts of Passengers,
and to business, will mako her tha favorlts
b-at la the trad'!.
C!!A. BAKER, Master.
II. T. Clarke, Agent. 2tJ
Tailoring" ! Tailoring !
The undersigned begs leave to Inform the
citizen of Bulievue and vicinity that he . is
pictured to do uuvLoin work, in the latest
fashion and most approved style. He feel
confident Hint hi work is unsurpassed Ea-ii
or Went j and by moderate prices respectfully
solicits n fhare of the puld.c patronage. 9
will always be found ready to receive orders
at the Beljevne House.
Bellevue, N. T. March 11th lS57,tf
Charles E. Wataon, .
C1IVIT. ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR,
Bellevue City, Nebraska Territory, pro
fesses to be " pouted" In the lay of the land in
this rielnitv, and offers his service to such aa
may need them, on reasonable terms.
TV He will nlso act as agent, for the pur
chase or sain of Rual Estate, In the Territory,
or Western Iowa. Information furnished upon
application. Declarations filed and pre-emptions
the MfssbuBi nrvis"A3ri)TowA
AT ST. MARYS, MILL CO.,
ARE prepared to furnish Western Iowa and
Nebraska with SAND, GRAVEL. LIME,
ROCK, fc BUILDING STONE of every
variety, size and shape. They have facilities
for quiii rvmg ANY QUANTITY, that may
be needed, and also intend to make
DRICK. WATER LIME, &C.
REFINANCES: P. Choutsao Ja, A Co.,
St. Loci. Geke, Wiasv, A Bsntoh,
All orders should b addressed to
JNO. W. ANTHONY, Srcatraav.
St. Marys, March 15th, 1857. 21U.
REAL ESTATE FOR 8 ALE.
HO LOTS IN NELLEVUE.
Ako SHARKS BELLEVUi: STOCK.
do Y.LK HILL ADDITION
dj JUNCTION CITY.
Eor further particular enquire of.
T. M. McCORD,
At the Fontenelle Bank.
IMIevue, April 19, IS57. 26-tf
PLATTE RIVER FERRY.
rpHE Platte River Ferry Company have
L their Ferry in successful operation at
the MOUTH of PLATTE RIVER
This route is six miles shorter than, that by
Cedar Island, and Is a innch bet'er rotate. '
EXPERIENCED AND CAREFUL MEN
will be in attendance at all time to accomme.
date the traveling public. Rates of Ferriage
as low as any other point.
W. M. SLAUGHTER.
riaVsmo'ith, Aug. I, 137. ; 3m H '
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