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About Bellevue gazette. (Bellevue City, N.T. [i.e. Neb.]) 1856-1858 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1857)
Local & Miscellaneous.
116 Fom a Mraar Tmr. -Ther will
b a da i ce at the Ifcnton House, this eve
ning. Drop in, friends, end show ihem
how' its done. It will be a pleasant party.
Baica Dwilliiici. Messrs. Stites
and Robinson, have commenced the erec
tion, on Hancock Street, ef , two brick
dwelling, adjoining each other, two Mo
ries high, 30 by 40 feet, on the ground.
WtDDiae. We had the pleasure of
witnessing a wedding ceremony, at the
Benton House,' last Thursday, evening.
We' wondered ,' if tome of the hearts of
those bachelors, preset), were sot caused
to ache', for the M good time coming."
After the ceremony, the company indulg
ed la a social dance. ,
Tarn FiasT FaosT. The first frost
of the season, came on the night of the
15th. Jack came down on a grand scale,
to make up for his late appearance. His
performance was entirely satisfactory.
Tac Bxxroir Hocsc. -It will be seen
by the notice in to-day's paper, that the
above popular hotel, baa in part, changed
hands. J. F. Colfiuaa, is now sole pro
prietor. The Benton House is one of
the largest hotels in the Territory, and is
well furnished. Under the tnanagemect
f Mr. Coffman, so well and favorably
kaowo to the public, we expect to see i
continuation of that extensive patronage,
this house has enjoyed, for the last year.
Coffman is deservedly popular, with U
who are acquainted with him. We wish
bim success. ' . ,
Hon a Again Among the arrivals en
the Steamer Emigrant, last Friday, we
noticed ' that of Hon. C T. , Holloway,
who hai been oa a visit to his friends east.
The -Hon. gentleman, is looking well, and
seems to be much pleased, with the im
provements, made in Bellevue. since he
left,' . Here is our g$5F Charley, (or
ninety days. You ore ' dirk woloemed
'Stork at Platti-okd. A store has
jut been' opjuJ 'by B. Mosely, at this
point. 1 A large Mock of goods of all kinds,
nisil of a tj'ood quHliiy, will be found. r This
is it greut coiivfiiimtce to the squatters in
thiit parf of rhe-'uoiity; and we doubt not,
it will "i well puinuiiz"(l. .
i . 1 i
rnoLiri;. Hie mhI of tins Territory,
is.iiii;Liy productive. ' V have seen
pf cii.it!.-; of its products, that would set
our eastern neighbors all in .the thade.
Robert Laing, of ' FnirviewY Sarpy
County, has just left at our office, a mam
moth beet, grown by him, which weighs
19 1-2 pounds, and measures 2 feet 3
iq'ches in circumferance.
R. V. Bulkeley of this city, has raised
a beet, in his garden, which measured 2
1-2 feet id length. It was a blood beet'
, ;A D. Jones, of Omaha, showed us a
squash, 7 1-2 feet, in : circumference, and
is still growing. . .
TAiiTtD Home. Stephen II. Wattles
' arrived home, last week, where he has
been, on a short to.ir, to purchase the
rolling stock, for his new livery stable, on
Alain St., which is expected every day.
He has a good brick building, and is just
the man to run an institution of this kind,
which we glory iii having in our midst,
as one of the luxuries, of this country of
fast horses and good roads. f "
The weather, most of the time, during
the past week, has been wet and cold
Sunday was rainy and unpleasant ; and as
but few ventured out of their domicile,
public preaching, M went by default.", ... In
the morning, a few stray snow flakes,
were coursing their way downward, re
minding us of what is yet to come.
Boats AaniviD. The Emigbavt ar.
rived Friday evening, Oct 16, and land
d a lot of passengers, and freight.
The Omaha Citt, arrived Oct 19.
. The La con, a stera wheel boat, arrived
the same day. This is her first trip to
our port. . ,
, . The well vknown, and popular boat,
Omaha, Capt. Wineland, and J. Jewett
IVilcox, Clerk, arrived Oct 20. , She
thought up a large number of passengers.
. We acknowledge the receipt of a package
of late St. Louis papers, with the cornpli
, menu of - Mr. Wilcox. Much obliged.
Yf hope to hear from you, again. '
Cou R. Lovs.ov. Notwithstanding
the hard times, the Col. continues V. build
and improve as though all were prospe
rous and easy. His square, from the nu
merous building completed and in course
of erection, presents the appearance of a
young'erty, ly'JtetW id fact, a quiet
way; thr- Col. has done ,eV much, 'ffjnot
ore, to advance the interest of this place,
than Huy one of our enterprising e tizens.
He has built a great number of first claw,
substantial houses, and still continues to
build. Success to you Colonel, you will
..Oat AaA,Scair. All of our merchants
and business men, refused yesterday, to
take this money. ' we believe the reason
assigned, for hot taking it is, that they
cannot get other currency, even in Omaha
for it, without toeing 20 per cent
1 j .
?. Sttatisa MoiMK. This gentle
man visited us last week, we had a good
old fashioned time with Julius, at we were
wont to have, when he lived in the old log
house at the foot of Main Street The boy
is looking as well, and seems to have per
fectly recovered from the severe attack of
the Ntbra$kian, without leaving a scar, or
the trace of a scratch. .
FoNTtiviLLfe Bait a. We are often
asked many questions concerning the at
fairs of this institution. We believe it has
paid all its deposiiers, and we attach no
blame to its Cashier, Mr. Town, who was
the principal manager; and who has now
gone east; leaving the concern in the
hands of its assignees. Of the outcoming
of the whole matter, we have no hesitation
in saying, that we do not believe it will, or
can redeem a tingle dollar of its issue
People may at well be undecieved in this
matter, first as last The bills are, as a
few days will show, entirely worthless.
The Illinois Central Rail Road, have
made an assignment
A Th regular meetings of Nebraska
Vjf Lodge. No. 184, of Free and Accepted
r Mason, will bs held at Masonle Hall,
en tbt second and fourth Tuesday evenings of
acb month, at 0 1-2 o'clock.
L. B. KINNEY, W. M.
ine rpnir meetings or. oeuevue ionge,
No. 4, will be hold on Saturday evening of
each wee"k, at 7 o'clock, P. M. Brothers of
the order who may be tn our city on that
evening;, are respectfully invited to attend.
W. H. COOK, N. G.
W. W. HARVEY, Sec'y. .
" .1 im ...it- ' -
In this city, at the Benton House, on the
evening of the 16th Inst., by the Rev. O.
Chaucer Goes, Mr. J. H. Young to Miss Or
pha Henry, both of Omaba City.
' 1.1st of Lettters.
Remaining in the Post Office at Belle
vue, Nebraska, Oct. 1st, 1857:
James II. Brown. ffleal Barnard.
Aron Browtr Snmul Boyce.
George B. Bnird, Barnctt Brady.
George Baird, A. K. Brigs. .
Geise Blakeart John Bell. 3. i
Miss A. E. Boegel. J. M. Bell.
Rumsey Coy." ' ' W. S. Crsiir. ' "
John F. Calston. ' Wm. W.. Clark: f
Miss Reb'e Common. Wm. Colt.
Rev. T. H. Canfleld. Eugene Caldwell.
.!:': .' '!'! D. v .' f '"7u0'j'
Wm. D. Delashmutt, E. C. Davison.
Mrs. Zoa Ducharm. ' Bennett Doeherty.
James Day. - - , ,t '
David Ekles. Micheal Egan. ,
Freman Freeman. . D. II. Forman.
George W. Fray. John Foster.
Charles W. Gilmore. Wm. Ggrhan, Jr.
Wm. Gilmore, Jr. . Hudson OeOfge. ,
Narcissa J. Gilmore ...
Misa Mary A Hart. Philander Ilepson.
Mrs. Susan Howag. Geojge W. Hewitt.
Mrs. Sarah Howard, T. a. Haycock.1'
Mrs. Elizabeth Hunt John Hays. '
Ralph Hall. . . , i . . ,
James H. Kneland. JohnKnerr,3.
Wilhelmine Knoak. W. Kafseburger.
James V. Kirvao. Mrs Bridet Kibbe.
'! " ' tt. L! .. . . ... . .,
Misa A. Linehan, 2r Ad win Lott,' ' 7.
James Lamport, 2. O. E, Leighon, 2.
J. E. Mason. . Peter Morris.
' . p. "
W, F. Piper. James Turnan. -
H, M Preed. ' John Pope.
Paul W. Rockey. , ;
W. W Stewart, 2. William Stewart '
Joseph B. Strickland. Annie D. Smith. J .
MichalSawerheefer. Dr. Sherward. :
Dr. Wm. Street 1 Samuel Stewert, 2.
D. Sawer. ' J. W. Statan. '
John or A Thomas. R. Thomas. , ,
Miss Hariett Parpte. T. J. Torry, 2. ,
John Taylor, 2. Michel Tiernao. i
Frank Turner. ' William Taiper.
Robert Tom peon, Miss A. Tozier. j
.... . V.: .f t
John W,.Vanetter.. ;. ' , , ; i
; W. ,
Fred. Wilbe, 2. , , E, C Warner.
James T. White. Herrmann Weis.
Henry T. Windiate. Stewart Wilson.
Miss E. Walbridge. John Ward.
Held for want of proper direction
Mr. Eden Saodeliir, Box 210. K. T., in
care of Mr. Bertbow or Mr. YoungsJed.
Persons calling for any of the above leu
ters, will please say "ad vended.
LB. KINNEY, P. M
TVURINO atvabaenea la be aaat W H.
U Harvey, will be la say office ta atteM to
Business rorpse. (17 w. n. cook.
nrOL'LJ) respectfullv announce to the la
Y V-haWtata at Befleuve, aad vicinity,
that they have pened a store, on the corner
or Main ana Zlit vtreete, and now oner ror
sale, a variety of goods, wbloh are eottrely
new, consisting or
Dry Goods arid Clothing, 1 ' 1
Boots and Shoes,
. : , Groceries, Liquors,',,',, '"
Paints and Paint Brushes
' ' Oils and Varnish,
: China and Glass Wsre,
Hats and Caps,
. t - 1 1 1 j i . 1 j 1 1 : ; AiianKeis ana , j
, iur Gloves. '
The above articles are of the first qualitv,
and aa one of us remains constantly In it.
Louis, selecting goods, and watching the mar
ket, we ieel confident, tha We can sell as
cheap, or cheaper, than any oW else Jn Us
went. , - - . ? .. 1
The publU are Invited to gke'us a tall sad
l 4k. I. n. k...lu..
we will buy farmer's produce at the highest
Give us a call, at the new store, corner of
Wain aud 21st Streets, Bellevue, Nebraska
Bellevue, Bept. 10, l8o7. 4tf
i '' " NOTICE
IS hereby gives, that the County Commit
loners of Sarpy County, will meet at
the bouse of Bernhard Alyers, In said County,
on Tuesday, Nov. 17'h, 18S7, at 0 o'clock, In
the forenoon. In answer to a petition signed
by several Inhabitants, to view snd locate a
road, which IS proposed to run from Bellevne.
to Intersect the Territorial Road, at Bernhard
Myers, and rrrteelng the Papllllon Creek, at
the People's Bridge, or la that vlclnlty.Nvhlch.
in the iudgments the of Commissioners, will
be for the best Interest of the settlers.
And said Commissioners will meet on the
evening of said day. at the Benton House, at
4 o'clock, to hear all parties interested in said
road. :: . .
By order of the Connty Commissioners. ,
STEPHEN D. BANGS,
49: T T County pierk of Sarpv. County. ,
' 1 ! " ' f 1 t. '!
IS hereby riven, that the County, Commis
sioners of Sarpy County, Will meet at the
house of Charles Wilson, near Buffalo Creek,
on Monday, October 2r, 18S7, to view and lo
cate a publie road or' highway, from the city
of Bellevue, to the elty of Plattford, in aatd
county, commencing at the latter point, across
Sections 18. 17, HI, and 19. in Township 12,
Range II, thence to the most suitable point for
crossing Buffalo Creek, thence by the moat
practicable route to the elty of Bellevue.
Said Commissioners will meet on the even
Ing of said day, at th house of Alfred Mat
this In the elty of Plattford. to bear all par
tiea interested In locating said road.'
Dy order of trm unnniy UinmisMnnrs..
-' -STEPHEN D. BANGS, '
' "' ' ' ' - i ' Clerk of Sarpy County. '
Bellevne, Sept. 23, 1857. , - 40
PLATTE B1TEB PEBRT., .,;
THE Platte River Ferry Company have
their Ferry 1n successful operation at
the MOUTH of PLATTE RIVER
This route ia six eaiks shorter than that by
Cedar Island, and ia a much better route.
EXPERIENCED AND CAREFUL ME
Will be in attendance at all times to accommo
date the traveling public. Rates of Ferriage
aa low as any other point. .
W. M. SLAUGHTER.
Plattsmouth, Aug. 1, 1H57. 3m 40
BRICK AND LUMBER.
A LARGE quantity of first rate Brick and
'Lumber. for Safe, at reasonable rates.
Enquire at my OffUce near the Benton House.
35 ' ,' , JOSEPH E. PRAY.
STOVES! STOVES!! STOVES!!!
THE undersigned takes this, method of in
forming the citizens of Bellevue, and vicinity,
that he has just received the ,Lacet Afi
Bst assortment ot i i j. j. v i
Cooking. Parlor aV Office itoves.
ever brought to this Territory. 1 He Would res
pectfully invite all 1b want of Stoves, to call
snd examine for themselves.
I am also manufacturing . '
of all kinds, such ss Buckets, Corns Povs,
fAKssTaAiHKss ate., &.C., and all articles in
my line of business. .
GlTParttcutar attention paid to Roormo,
Spootiko and job work of every description.
All work warranted to eive satisfaction. Or
ders solicited. Mv place of buslneea is oppo
site the Printing Office, Bellevue, N. T.
n35-tf. SAMUEL SNYDER.
DISSOLUTION 07 COPARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE The subscribers hereby ivs
notice that the copartnership heretofore
existing between them under the name and
style of Todd fc Smith, ia thla day dissolved
by mutual consent..,' All debts due to or against
the firm will be settled bv Burton W. Todd.
,; ; BURTON W. TODD.
.! i E. P 8MITH..
?. Bellevue, August 12, 1857. ... 40
TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA, I ,
,. COUNTY OF 8ARPY. , J ss '
NOTICE is hereby riven, that the County
Commissioners .oi, fearpy County, wiQ
meet oa Monday, Sept. 21st, A. D. 1857, at
the bouse of Maj. Wataon, at 9 o'clock, A.M.
to view and locate a publie road front the
city of Bellevueoa the bast route to the cor
ner of Sections 2, 3, 10, and 11, in Township
13, north, RaBgsA V t tbf nee west in the
line between bections 3, and 10, to the corner
of Recti ns 3, 4, 0, and 10, in the same Town
ship and Range thence westerly oa the moat
practicable route through An. ereon's Grove ;
thence weaterly to the Platte or Elkhorn Riv
er's.' Said Coaifiissionere will saeet on the
evening of said day, at 4 o'clock, at the Ben
ton House, Bellevue. to hear all parties inter
ested in locating ana establishing Mid road or
highway. i i : 1 1 y
: By order of the County Commissioners.
L.S. STEPHEN D. BANGS, -'
Clerk of Sarpy Co.
Bellevue, Aug. 18, 1897. 41
aV LL persons indebted to Clarke aVBro.,
SCsV will come forward immediately and pay
up. 44 A word to the wiae is sufficient"
CLARKE at BRO.
Bellevne, Aug. 12, 1S97. tf.
LOCH f. BASTtLS.
Tailoring ! Tailoring I
..The onderslgaed begs leave to inform the
citizens of Bellevue and vkSnity that be ie
prepared to do custom work, ia the latest
fashion and most approved style. He feels
eoafUlent that hia work is unsurpassed East
or Weet j and by moderate prices respectfully
solicits a sbars of the public patronage. He
will slways bs found ready to receive orders
at the Befieyua Housa,
1 JOSEPH BRAT.
Bslltvue, N. J. Majeji 11th l7f ; v
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PALMER k AVERILL'S COLUMN.
PALMER Sc. AVERILL
Whokult ail Retail Dealera In
C H I N A,
And Fancy Goods,
il r . i n
1 l i
BRITTA2T1A WAES, &c.
Our stock is entireljr nevr, yery
large, and carefully selected, and
by 'adhering strictly to the
' cash systern, we are able
. '! to offer very great in-,
ducementt to all who !. , 1
! . .1.1 Vl !-' ; ' .. r-Td.l
' ' niay favbt us with 1 ; '
;; a call.
PALMES ft AVEEILL, .
Corner of Jefferson and 27th street,
, , : Opposite the Fontenello Bank, '
WOULD RESPECTFULLY eall the at
tentton of the citizens of Bellevue, flar-
fy county, and the surrounding country, to
heir new and aelected Slock of ( - '
DBT GOODS'. ,-V:7'
I 'in i , -ot.:; : I . ! ..I. 1 ; , I,,., , ,. I
Which they offer at Wholesale and Retail at
f rices 30 per cent, lower than ever before of
ered til this city. Ws ran and will sell
uoofls ss lowir not towertnaa taey can be
bouchtlrl Omabayor BldnCitr. Please call
and examine for yourselves. -1 -
- ' rALMbU a AYEH1LL.'
Bellevue, May 28, 18A7.
, :Just BfscelTecT. and foale
A LARGE stock of Furaihars. consieUne in
part of Wod, Rush, Spindle, Split BotUxn,
Jenny Llnd, Maple. Maboganv, Children's and
Office Chairs, Rockers, Ac.i bureaus, Center,
Card, Office, Breakfast and Dinner Tables,
Leaf, Toilet, Work and Wash Stands. Office
Desks, 6ofa and Sofa Lounges, Double and
Single Lounges, Trundle Beds, Bedsteads of
varioua kinds, Tin Safes, Mattresses, fcc, lie.
Terms cash. PALMER ft. AVERILL.
33t. I .;o..M A
JUST RECEIVED,, a large end Ane assort
ment of Cent's Shoes and Gaitera.
33tf , . PALMER t AVERILL.
ANOTLER LOT of Clothing tnst received
at 33tf PALMER a. AVERILL.
PALMER ft AVERILL have oa hand a lot
ef. fine Black Doesaln snd Caesime
slid, a large lot of fancy Cassimerea. Those
wishing a good article would do well to call
and examine the above. ' 33li
AILS and GLASS Cheap at the BELLE
VUE 8TORE. . ... . ...
CUTLERY A large assortment of Pocket
Knivee, Knives and Forks, fte., at the
VT A large stock of READY-MADE
CLOTHING, at Eastern Prices, caa be found
at the BELLEVUE STORE. m30-tf.
rpHE LARGEST LOT of Furniture 4 ad
A Crockery ever broueht to the Territory,
can e leuna at I'ALMtK , AVCiiiLL'S
I? LOUR, Salt, Salmon, Mackerel, aad Cod
ish, at wholesale or Retail, by . ,
in- PALMXR ft AVfRUX'B.
A GOOD ASSORTMENT of Glaaa Ware
at f ALUFR A AYERILL'S.
. .. i. - i i! . r !, ' i . .
Commercial lEmiiorium ! !
rpHE undersigned respectfully solicit the attention of the citliens of Bellevne and vicinity,
, A to their emenelve Sesortmeat nf goods, embracing every vsriety ususlly lent In Hie went.
The attention of the ladirs la particularly failed to our Inrpe assortment ff lre-s goode,
ronsistlng In part of silks, French and American Jaconet and Organdy Lawrm, liersgea, l)e
Laines, Ac. Figured and Plain SwIm, Jaconet and Bonk Mimllne, Calicos, Riblrons, Artifi
cial flowers and Wreaths, Dress Trimmings, Hosiery, Bonnets, Flats, Ac.
H300TQ c3 SHOES.
Ladies fine morocco slippers, kid and mororrn himkliia, pa rod I ties, and Jenny Mini, kid, an
ameled and calf skin lacs bouts, black and colored gaiters, Ac. Cent's fine tnororco and
cslf skin boots, fine cloth, calf skin and patent leather gaiters, sew'J and psg'd inonroes,
slippers, Ac. Childrsn's shoes, a great variety.
Men's and boys' Hue felt, wool, Panama, cuiracua, seanette, Leghorn, plui, - a
llie Isrgeat stock ever opened In this county, ronsistlng of colts, pnf . vents, stiiils, col
lata, over-alls, Ac. of alt sues, styles, and quality, for men, boys and chiltlruii.
.:. ' r
A great variety of both English and American manufacture, Carpenters' tools, Ac. Houio
ksepers and builders will fliuflt to their advantage to call before purchasing elsewhere.
AUo, a lare
A tl tha hfli aWif1a lm..Oia. wwlll. b ki . u t ii . . t , . .
i. i. i I " ""i inrniiuneu, win us soit low lor
essh. -All kinds of merrbaiitshle country produce taken In exchange for goods. Also Dry
Hiilee. Furs. JlC. Thankful fop tlm lihpral nilrnniir. h.r.lr.r,.r. ..t..i..i I ... i . . -i.r
tsns of tills county, ws earnestly solicit Its continuance.
NEBRASKA IN 1857.
THIS work will again be ready for delivery
by the 17th inat. The first supply was re
ceived lsst week and waa immediately sold.
' A new County Map, corrected by Mr. E vers,
according tn the county boundaries establish
ed by the Legislature last winter, has been
engraved expressly for the work, and will ap
pear In the next edition.
Besides a history of the Territory, lie con
dillnn and prospects, the work contains the
rlaim laws of Nebraska, and a digest of the
United States pre-emption laws, making a
complete pre-emptor'e guide. Every person
Interested in Nebraska should havs a copy of
the work. Price, with the map, 75 cents;
without the ma n, 00 eenta. Single copies ma li
ed, postage paid, on receipt of price, to any
part of the country.
. v.. C. C. WOOLWORTH,
Omaba, June 11, 1H57 32tf Publisher.
13QOKS, STATI ON K II Y
AND PAPER HANGINGS.
A complete assortment at
. , . , WOOLWORTH'S Bookstore,
. umatia City, w. T.
W Special agent for School Books. '
. A. JOXEI. UKO. W. WOOD.
Drug & Chemical Houso
IN THE WEST.
OMAHA CITY,' NEBRASKA TERRITORY
; r JONES & WOOD, v
Wholxsalk aid Ktrtii DtALras I
Drugs,..,.. . , , .
. Chemicals, --: M
, - TainU, '.7., ..' ', , '. .
Oils, . . . ., ,
- Dve Stuffs,
- 'Window Glass,
1 - Tobacco, ftc. fte. ftc.
Having purebaaed tbe entire stock of
DRUGS and FANCY GOODS formerly be.
longing to C. A. Henry ft Co., together with
our own full purchases, we are now enabled
to offer the public as complete an assortment
of DRUGS and FANCY GOODS as can be
found -west of Uie Mississippi river. Onr
stock is of magnitude enough to supply the
whole Nebraska trade t and bavinr been pur
chaaed under the most favorable circum
stances, ws feel assured in our statement,
that if Fine Goods, as regards quantity, qual
ity and price, are any object to those dealing
in DRUGS and MEDICINES, ws can offer
these inducements to a greater extent than any
other house In the West. Country Merchants
and Physicians are requested to examine our
stock before purchasing eUewhere
no 13-tr ju.-t3 & wuujj.
NO MORE HARD TIMES.
.'Tie. SO r.-i B M PIliE,,... , . ,
HAS established himself in a NEW GRO
CERY STORE.ia Bellevue. on Mission
Avenue, east of Msin Street, where he will
keep constantly on hand, all kinds of fresh
Aircertea, ajv . -;
.tF'ivi3 "7 v c z
- . . Teas.
He has also a choice lot of Honors, and ev
ery other article usually kept in a Grocery
VX beat 'market ia kept la the base
ment story, tot ths accommodation of the cit
izens of Bellevue, and vicinity. 35 3m
nX "EICHEB ft CAVMSTORT,
WOULD respectfully Inform the citizens
. of Bellevue and vicinity tbit they have
commenced the TAILORING BUSINESS in
the building formerly fu-"n!v by J. M. Bar-
tay,coreer MAIN street ar Ml IN AVt.l
UE, and Intend keepinf eonstantly on band
CLOTHE ; , . , , ,
i , CASS1MERES.
ANTiich will be made up to order witU seat
ness and dispatch.
Also, Fl'KS and HIDES bought or taken In
exchange for goods. no 31-tf.
A valuable timber Claim of inn. ere., with
in three miles of Btllei Ci'y,ftraale. En
I riw -f rt.ri
stock of choice
BKATUN ft ROWLES,
Regular Packet for Kansas, Leavenworth,
Weston, St. Joseph, Hsvnnnah, Iowa Point,
Nebraska City, Bellevue, Council
Bluff's, OmatiA and Florence.
lSZJH TH' nw elegant Passenger
8tr,"ne' Florenco, J. Throck-a.iTaiars-ieini0,
tonf Master, J. E. Gorman,
Clerk, will commence her tripe as a regular
packet in the above trade, on the opening of
navigation In the eprltig, and will remain in It
throughout the season.
The Florence having been built under the
superintendence of the uneerslgned, expressly
for the trade, Is of extraordinary strength, and
well adapted to It In every particular. A rea
sonable share of the patronage of shippers,
and the public generally. Is reepectfully soli
cited. J. TIIKOCKMUKTON, Maater.
25-a J. K. Gorman, Clerk,
Regular Packet for Kansas, Nebraoka City,
Bellevue, Com cil lilufls, Omaha,
THE new and efecant Steamer
Min-ne-ha-ha. Capt. Charlee
Baker. Master. Hntrhl mnn.
Clerk, will run as a regular packet, to the
above and all Intermediate points on the Mis-
miunrivrr, ami persons can rely upon tier con
tinning tn the trade regularly during the aeason.
The Min-ne-ha-ha is an entirely new boat,
built expremly for the Mi-sourl River trade,
and being fitted up In the latest and most ap
proved style, her officers feel confident, that
atrlct attention to the comforts of Passengers,
and to business, will mske her the favorits
b-at lit ths trade.
' CHAS. BAKER. Master.
JI. TClarke,Agent. 26 s
ffHF' subscriber has just received FORTY
vA CASKS of GENTLEMEN'S BOOTS, of
all kinds and sizes, direct from one of tbe best
manufacturing cstahlishmente in New Eng
land, mads expressly to order and warranted.
These boots being from the same hones aa
those I received lsst year, la the best recom
mendation that can be given them. The sub
scriber defiei any other firm in tbe Territory
to produce aa good a lot of Boots, and to sell
them at such low prices. Sold either by tbe
case or single pair. Call and examine for
Bellevue, Septra, 1S57. 43 tf.
THE CHICAGO CITY
Room No. 1 Masonic Temple, Dearbop
H. A. WTKCOOr.
H. 8. MOMaOt,
Edmund Canfleld, Prei., Wm. 8. Batei,
Seo'y, Henry Chapman, Treas.
THIS Company was organised on the 27th
day of March, A. D. 1855, under a spec
ial charter from the Legislature of Illinois,
and business commenced under ths most fa
vorable auspices. Its establishment has been
upon a firm and reliable hasia, and in view of
it atabilitv,aoundnees,and permsnenry, ranks
aa one of the first Insurance Companies in the
county. To those desirous of protecting
themselves against Iossr dsmsgs by Fire, or
f erils of the Sea, they beg leavs to offer the
Messrs. Stone ft Witt, Cleveland, Ohio.
WUliama ft Avery, Chicago, III.
Norton ft Brother. "
" Stone ft Boomer, "
II. S. Dursnd, Pree. Racins ft Miss. R. R.
eo. C. Northrup, Cash. Racine Ce. Bank.
Wm. P. Llnd, Esq., Milwaukee.
J. d. Couroe, Esq. Racins.
- Ashley Gilbert, Cash. ComM B'k, Chicago.
Henry Farnham, President Chicago ft Rock
islsnd Rail Road.
Danlsl P. Rhodes, Esq., Cleveland, Ohio.
. Thomas Campbell, Esq., Springfield, 111.
, Hoa R. Chamberlin, St. Louis, Mo. ' "
Messrs. Wadsworth, Welle ft Seymour,
Chicago, III. .
Messrs. I. II. Bnrch ft Co., Chlcsgo Bank.
Messrs. G. W. Sixer ft Co. Chicsgo, III.
Win. Blanchard. Eaq., Morris, III.
3(esrs. H. C. ft- O. C. Ceok . Co., Rtck
Meass. II. Wheeler ft Son, Aurora 111.
Messrs. Judd, Suil'h ft Prstti D'xon. II'.
Nehamiah Case, Esq., ButTalo, N. Y.
Wm. B. Fundv, Eo., Rnrinefield, 111.
fien. 1. Cvii, 'Springfield, ID.
Richard Ivers, Esq., St. Louis, Ma.
St JOnN J. TOWN, A;-4.t at reMeyae
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