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About Bellevue gazette. (Bellevue City, N.T. [i.e. Neb.]) 1856-1858 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1857)
The Otoe County Lyceum, at Nebras
ka City on Wednesday evening of last
.week, di-cussed the question, " Whether
our Legiluiurti should pass an enact
ment releasing person of delta, contract
ed outsido of the Territory, after a resi
dence here of sixty duy."
A dozen silver Wuichea were stolen
from the Jewelry Store of G. W. Love,
in riailsinouili, two weeks since, between
the hour of 9, A. M., and 12, M. The
"Watches were found in the cellar of one
the hotels in thut place, while the thief
was in the act of removing them. He
will be delt with, " as the statutes, in such
cases, have made and provided."
Where is the Cass County Sentinel 1
lias it got tie pip, or gone into winter
quarters! We have not seen it of lute.
The managers of the Philadelphia
Cas Works have deter nined to employ
an additional number of men instead of
discharging any. The system of five
hours' labor per day will be instituted.
This is an excellent plan and should be
introduced wherever it cun be done.
In the hops of the Celeveland and
Pittsburg Ruilrond Co. eight hours, and
in those of the Cleveland, Columbus and
rinnnnali WailrnnI I r niua hi"i if hi r
day, have been adopted aa the working
lime, and all the hand in their emolov
have been retained. Thus the necessity
throwing any one out of employment
In Paris a man may dine for two pence.
In the neighborhood of the Marine ties
Innocents, there is a certain enterprising
Madame Robest, who daily feeds some
3000 workmen, in the open air, yet shelt
ered from the weather. Her daily bill of
fare is cabbaire soup, a slice of beef, a
piece of bread, and a glass of w ine.
The Fat Cat'le Show of the American
Institutf, will lake place on the 17th, ISth
and 19th of December, in the Crystal rat
ace New York.
The Defaulting Bn OrricER.-
The defalcation of nbo.il $70,000 by
Georire O. Clark, Piiyiiip; Teller of the
Grocers' Bank, of New York, was discov
ered in the examination of the affairs of
the bank since the appointment of a Re
ceiver. When the bank suspended the
Directors thought there was a hiddi-n leak
somewhere, and the examination of the
books showed that the Payinsr Teller had,
for tht period eighteen months, been ab
stracting large sums from the bank and
covering thnm op by fats entries. He
prevent'-d a detection by be Directors at
their ftated monthly examinations, by
muking the brtllunce-sheft on the last day
of each month correspond with the depos
it account, and having his entries foot a
correpoii(liii'f amount. Clark has ab
sconded, leaving behind the n"ts and
checksof a trient' for about $50,000, which
proved to be worthless.
A The regular meetings of Nebraska
"JPjV l,1ge No. 14, of Free and Acceded
rMason, will beheld at Masonic Hall,
on the second and fourth Tuesday evenings of
each mouth, at o l-z o'clock.
L. B. KINNEY, W. M.
I. O. O. F.
The regular meetings of Bellevue Lodge,
No. 4, will be hold on Saturday evening of
each week, at 7 o'clock, P. M. Brothers of
the order who may be In our city on that
evening, are respectf ullv invited to attend.
W. II. COOK, N. G.
W. W. HARVEY, Sec'y.
In this County. Nov. 13. Anna Hamilton,
wife of Robert Hamilton, aged 53, formerly of
Clinton County, fa.
In Dakota City, N. T., Nov. 15. Leavitt G.
Packard, aged 22, formerly of Plainneld, Mass,
Correct" d weekly by Class St BeovHrn,
Forwarding and Com. Merchants.
Flour Family, $4,75 per 98 lbs
" Extra Superfine, $5,25 00 "
Meat $2 50 per 100 lbs.
Apples Green, $5,25, Dried, $3 50.
reaches " 4 00.
Butter New 40 to 50 c V ft
do Old packed, 25 to 30e ft
Beans $3 50 V bus.
Corn 50 bush.
Beef 5 to Ac.
Cried Beef 20c per lb.
Salt O. A., per ssck, $3 50.
Eggs 30c -p dot
Hide Dry, c
do Green, 2 1-2
Hay $4 00 $6 00 tun
Bran. 30 cents per bueh.
Pork Fresh, $8 per hun.
Lard 15 elb
Onions $3 50 bus.
Pelts Sheep 50c
Wood Cotton, 3.50, Hard, 5,00.
Lumber Cottonwood ahest'g25 "ti m
' do sq. edged $30 00 "
do Oak, Walnut, Baaswood $45 00
do Pine siding, clear $55 00 m.
do flooring 2d . $r5 00
1st $75 00
Boards, $50 0 $75 00
Shingles Pine $S 50 (i $9 50 m.
" Cottonwood $5 00
Lath Pin $12 00 per ra.
Doors $3 50 Cdj $4 75 ssch.
ah-l 00 &$2 1-4 per casement.
rflHC subscriber received from the Ptorllda.
X on her last trip down, one knu r n,w.
marked John S. Bowen, Omaha Citv The
owner Is requested t call and pay charrea
and take ths same away.
CLARKE 4 BRO.
Belltenis, Dec. 10, 1867. a
No (Comet !
BUT COLD WEATHER & GOOD
THE cltisens know and feel this cold weath
er t and those that art sleeping, awake 1
If awake, walk ! if walking, run 1 If running,
flvl to the Tin and 8ovt Store of Sam'l
Snvder. and provide yourselves with such ar
ticle in hi line, as you may want, before it is
too late. Come nil tint are sintering iroin
the cold, and I will sell you stove that will
comfort yon, In this cold region. Now is votir
only c ance, as I am selling goods, cheaper
thantsey can he bought In 8t. Louis.
Fontenelle Money and country produce, tak
en In exchange for the same.
I h ve a bouse ana lot, wnicn i win sen
cheap. Read and nm to
ltf Bellevue, opposite the printing office.
DT) OVTSTOIV STOBPl
1 Hv7 eJVM.1 Ul JA.lJ
MR. S. M. PIKE, still continues to keep at
his old stand, on Mission Avenue, east
of Main Btreet, fresh Groceries, of all kinds,
or the best quality. Also, a choice lot of
He has fitted up, In the rear of his store, a
Where he will furnish warm meals, or cold
lur ch, at all hours of the day, including the
following dishes :
Roast Beef, Oysters.
Corned Beef, Sardine,
Pickle ' Tongue, Wild Game,
Pickled Tripe, Hot CotTee,
Pigs Feet, And Tea.
Hi -iitmr, and tb public generally, are
invited to vive hira a call.
Nov. 26. ltf
ROOM adjoining the printing office.
Establishment in Omaha
WM. FRODSIIAM, having retired from
the late firm of Keinn A. Frodsham,
has opened a new s'ore at No 3. Capt. Down's
building, between the Melhodst Church, w here
he invites bis old patrons to give him s call.
Time pieces and Jewelry, of every descrip
tion, neatly and expeditiously repaired. Oml
Q BARRELS Apples, 50 Scks of Fane
OU City S. Louis Flour, 50 Sacks AG
Salt, $3,00 per S ick, for sale for cash, bv
3tl ' . 11KU,
CLEANED AND REPAIRED.
MK. G. W. BUTTON, from Ball, Black A
Co.'s, New York, will be found at the
old Stsnd of Kemp It Frodsham, in Omaha.
where he will attend to the repairing of
Watches and Jewelry, of all kinds, in the
most workman-like manner, and warranted to
gl-e entire satisfaction.
All orders will he promptly attended to.
Nov. 26. l3m
W. II. Longsdorf,
GRADUATE of Penn. College of
Surirerv. respectfully announce to
izens of Beileviie, and vicinity, that he is now
prepared to practice Dentistry, in all Its va
Office hours from 2 till 5, P. M.
I HAVE just opened a first class Saloon, in
the Store room formerly occupied by John
Chase, where the public can always hnd a
good supply of Oysters, Sardines, Segars, and
tna neat Liquors in me city.
A HOT LUNCH, served daily, except Sun
day, frojn 11 to 12 o'clock, A. M., free to my
Give me a call, and satisfy yourselves.
PV" A rood pries paid for all kinds of game.
TO OUR CUSTOMERS,
And the Public la General.
THE present times compel us to adopt the
cash system. But we are sstisfied that
It will only benefit our customers, as we can
sfiord to sell at reduced prices. We also take
this occasion to thank the public, for the lib
eral patronage, it has given us, and beg to
continue In the satte way', as we will try our
best to sccommodats our customers, in every
way we possibly csn. We will takesll kinds
of produce, for debts or in trade, at the high
est market price,
Oi BAHltLS at Alb 12.
WM. C. AVERILL & CO.,
aia.L.iiuf s,t: BiuittJ,
BFLLEVUE, NEBRASKA TERRITORY.
TV EALERS in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard-
U wsre. lists and Caps. Boots and Shots.
crockery, f urniture, fcc.
We will sell our goods, at low prices, and
for ready pay only. 52
THE undersigned hsving been elected General
Agent, of "the Bellevue Land Claim" in th
absence of Col Benton, the President, is the
only person authorised to transact any busi.
I oess for snd in th nam of said Association
I The office of the company, is the office of
I Bpwea k, Strickland, Bellevue. N, T.
I General Agent of B. L. C. A
THE undersigned hsrs opened, near th
Printing Office, in Bellevue, a large and varied
assortment of Goods. Among ths variety
may be found
GRIND-STONES, CHAINS, Ac,
Together with a quantity of
Boota cfo 131x000
Segars, Rakes, Ropes, Hore e-cullars, Carpet
sscks, Window Sash, Doors,
TEA9 AND SUGARS,
Tobocco, Queensware. Glaaiware, Flour,
Cracker and a great many more articles.
fhev keen constantly on hand, a large as
sortment of good
Wines and Liquors,
Warranted ths b.et quality i cheap for esih.
HORN A CO.
Louis r. assTSLs.
BARTELS & METZ,
WOULD respectfully announce to the In
habitants of Belleuve, and vicinity,
that they have opened a store, on the corner
of Main and 21sl Streets, and now offer for
sale, a variety of goods, which art entirely
new, consisting of
Dry Goods and Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
Painta and Paint Brushea,
Oils and Varnish,
Window Glussof all sizes,
China and Glass Ware,
Hats and Caps,
The sbove srticles are of the first quality,
and as one of us remains constantly in St.
Louis, selecting goods, and watching the mar
ket, we feel confident that we can sell as
cheap, or cheaper, than any one else In ths
The public are invited to give us a call and
examine the gooilt for themselves.
We will buy farmer's produce at tlie highest
iiive us a can, at me new store, corner or
Main aud 21st Streets, Bellevue, Nebraska
ileiievue, Sept. 10, 1B07. Mtr
JOS. W. LOWRIE, practical Cabinet Mak
er, informs the people of Bellevue and vi
cinity, that he is now prepared to repsir, var
nish, or to msae to order, in tn nest manner,
any article of furniture which they may de
sire to nsve, at uia shop, in Chase's Duiiding,
iZV Coffins made in any style, at the short
est possible notice. J. W. L.
Sept. 10. ; 44tf
rTIHE co-partnership, heretofore existing,
X between Colftnan It aloddar , has been
this d.iy dissolved, by mutual consent. Th
business will be continued by J. F. Coffman,
and all due and debts of the concern, will be
settled by him.
j. r. cur r nam.
M. W STODDARD.
Bellevue, Oct. 21,1357 . 4150
MRS. J. E. NYE, will again open her
School, on Wednesday, November 4th.
Gratef.il to th citizens of Bellevue, for psst
patronage, she asks its continusnce, hoping
she may be able to retain tb approval and
confidence, that ha been kindly extended
to her. There will be two terms of twelve
weeks esch, the ensuing winter.
For the first rudiments of reading and spell
ing, $ 1,00 a term.
Common English branches, Arithmatie,
Grammar i-nd GeoLraphv, $5,00 a term.
Higher English branches, or French, $6,00
It is important that all should enter at the
commencement of the term, and be punctual
in thei. daily attendance. No deduction will
be in id e for absence, except in cass of pro
Oct. 29. 51
THE Copartnership heretofore existing, be
tween Ja. W. Palmar and George P.
Averill, is this day dissolved ny mutual eon.
sent, dating from the 27th d y of Ootober, 1857
George P. Averill, is solely authorized to set
tle the business of tbs late Arm.
JAMES W. PALMER.
GEORGE P. AVERILL.
Oct. 27, 1827. 61
FnHE undersigned, baying purchased ths
H. stock in trade, of Palmer. Averill. the
business will be carried on, as heretofore, at
the old atand, under the nam and atyl of
Wm. C. Averill . Co.
WM. C. AVERILL.
51 W. H. LONGSDORF.
MESSRS. OLIVER k STONE, have pur
chased of II. Cook Griffith, bis entire
interest in the butchering business, and will
hereafter be found at his old stsnd, on Miss on
Avenue, esst of Main Street, under 8. M.
Pike's Grocery and Provision Store, where
they will be happy to wsit upon bis old cus
tomers, and all others who may choose to
favor them with their patronage.
GEORGE A. OLIVER.
Oct. 29. 8m51 CHARLES SI ONE.
TT A VINO sold out U Messrs.Ollver H Stons
XI it becomes necessary for sns to settl my
books. Thos indebted to me, will confer a
favor by calling and settling immediately and
those having claims against me, will pleass
present men ror sememem.
laiSI H. COOK CRIFFITH,
A C A II D.
TiURING my absence in th east. WH
J Harvey, will be in my office to attend to
kunes for ss. (47) W. H. COO.
THE undersigned respectfully solicit ths attention of ths cltUens of Bellevu and vicinity,
to their extensive sssortment of goods, embracing every variety usually kept In th west,
The attention of the ladles Is particularly called to our large assortment of dress goods,
consisting In part of silks, French and American Jaconet and Organdy Lawns, Bersges, I)
Lsines, Ac Figured and Plain Swiss, Jsconet and Book Muslins, Calicos, Ribbons, Artifi
cial Flowers and Wreaths, Dress Trimmings, Hosiery, Bonnets, Flats, Ac.
Ladles (Ins morocco slippers, kid and morocco buskins, parodl ties, and Jenny Llnd, kid, en
ameled and calf akin lsc boot, blsck and colored gaiters, lie. Gent's fias morocco and
calf skin boots, Ans cloth, cslf skin and patent
slippers, Ac. Children's shoe, a great variety.
boys' fins felt, wsol, Psnsms,
Ths Isrgest stock
e ever opened in this county, consisting of coats, pants, vei
ml ai... atula anA Aualilv tir man. tin. .! fhll.lran.
lars, over-ails, lie.
A treat variety of botti English and American
keepera and builders will find it to their advantags to call befors purchasing slsswhers.
Also, ft large
r o o
All ths sbove articles, together with a grest vsrietv not mentioned, will be sold low for
cash. All kinds of merchantable country produce tsten In exchange for goods. Also Dry
Hides. Furs. fcc. Thsnkful for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to us by ths citi
zens of this county, ws earnestly solicit its continuance.
SEATON . ROWLES,
3mos34 Main btreet.
S hereby given, thst the County Commis
sioners of Sarov County, will meet at
the house of Beruhard Mvers, in said County,
on Tuesdsy, Nov. 17th, 157, st t o'clock, In
the forenoon, in answer to a petition signed
by several inhabitants, to view and locsle a
road, which Is proposed to run from Bellevue.
to intersect the Territorisl Road, at Bernhard
Myers, and crossing ths Papillion Creek, at
the People's Bridge, or In that vicinity, which,
in th iudgments'the of Commlaaioners, will
bs for the best interest of the settlers.
And ssid Commissioners will meet on the
By ordsr of the County Commissioners.
STEPHEN D. BANGS,
48 County Clerk of Ssrpv County.
IS hereby given, that the County Commis
sioners of Sarpy County, will meet at ths
house of Charles Wilson, pear Buffalo Creek,
on Monday, October 2, 1W7, to view and lo
cate a public road or highway, from the city
of Bellevue, to the city of Plultford, in said
countv. commencing at'the latter point, across
Sections IS 17, in, and 13 in iownsrup iz,
Range II. thence to the most suitable point for
crossing Buffalo Creek, thence by the most
practicable route to the city of Bellevue.
said t:ommissioners win meet on rne even
ing of ssid day, at the house of Alfred Mat
thias, in the city of Plattford, to hear all par
ties interested in locating said road.
By order of the County Commissioners.
STEPHEN D. BANGS,
Clerk of Sarpy County.
Bellevue, Sept. 23, 18S7. 40
PLATTE PITER FERRY,
THE Platte River Ferry Company bavs
their Ferry in successful operation at
the MOUTH of PLATTE RIVER
This rout is six miles shorter than that by
Cedsr Island, and is a much better rout.
EXPERIENCED AND CAREFUL MEN
will be in attendance at all time to accommo
date ths traveling public. Ratea of Ferriage
aa low as any other point.
W. M. 6LAUGHTER.
Plattsmouth, Aug. 1, 1K57 3m40
EICHER & DAVENPORT,
WOULD respectfully inform the citizens
of Bellevue and vicinity that they have
commenced ths TAILORING BUSINESS in
the building formerly occupied by J. M. Bar
tay.corner MAIN street and FIFTH AVEN
UE, and intend keeping constantly on band
Which will bs mads up to ordsr with neat
ness and diapatcb.
Also, FUHS and HIDES bought or taken la
sxehsngs for goods. no 30-tf.
IS hereby given, to Barnet A shburn, tbat I
will appear at ths Land Office, in Omaha,
on Monday, tbs 7th day of December, at 10
o'clock. A. M., to prov my right to pre-emt t
the N. W 1-4 of the E 1-4, and Tots 2 and 3, of
Section 31, in Township 13, N, Range, 14, E.
of th oth principal Meridian. Nebraska Ter.
2t52p JOHN B. BOSS.
BEI.LETl'E LOTS FOR SALE.
LOT 6, Block 255. L. 6, B. H2, L. 8, B. 253.
" 2, " 215, 1, 175, 44 4, 44 12.
3, " 171, 411, 2S, "11, 98.
4, 25, 44 8," 13S, -12, " 87.
10.11,12, 240, 44 4." 49.
Out Lot 21, in Bennett's qr.
44 25, in Bottom.
Also, an undivided 1-2 of Block 155, It 213.
Price, $1750. Enquire of
At hia Banking House, Council Bluffs, or
41 J. B. JENNINGS. Bellevu.
TOST la transit by mail, between New
4 York, and this pises, 4 Certificates of
Stock, In ths Mission property, numbers not
recollected. .Ills aaid Certificate were anad
ut la th name of Christopher Gwyer, and
were not snoorsed by bira. or mad navabl ta
any party. Tb.publ c arc cautioned against
purrnasing said oarea, ss a title I property,
will We conveyed by them.
50 WM. A. GWYER.
LL persons indsbted to John Cbas. oa
ore account, or o'herwiae. will pleass
settle with T. B. Lemon, Lto., who is suthor.
. ii-aia,crlpiBiipTini. riea ran ionn
jwitb. (SI) JOHN CHASE.
E V U E
Emporium ! !
leather gaitsra, ssw'd and peg'd monroei,
seanstts, Leghorn, palm, a
vests, shirts, sol
manufacture, Caipentsrs' tools, kt. Home
stock of choice
o r 1 o o.
THE CHICAGO CITY
Room No. 1 Masonic Temple, Dearbor
HFKSV CH ASM AN,
H. a. MONBOC,
H. A. WVNCOOP.
Mm:n Canfleld, Pre..,Wm S. Bate.,
lsfl'J Ukit aT M m ssivMnk as en T"Asm as
Sec'y, Henry Chapman, Treas.
THIS Company was organised on ths 27th
dsy of Msrcb, A. D. 18.MJ, under a spec
ial charter from tbs Legislsturs of Illinois,
and business commenced under ths most fa-
vorabls auspices. Its establishment hssbeen
upon a firm and reliable basis, and In view of
its slsbilitv, soundness, snd permanency, ranks
as one of the first Insurance Companies In th
counjry. To those desirou of protecting
themselves against loss or damage by Fire, or
perils nf ths Ses, they beg leave to offer tbs
Messrs. Stone k. Witt. Cleveland, Ohio.
Williams II Avery, Chicago. III.
Norton k. Brother, "
Stone k. Boomer. '
II. S. Duraud, Pres. Racine It Miss. R. R.
Geo. C. Northrup, Cash. Raclns Ce. Bank
Wm. P. Lind, Esq., Milwaukee.
J. G. Conroe, Esq. Racine.
Ashley Gilbert, Cash. Com't B'k, Chlrsge.
Henry Farnham, President Chicago It Rock
island Kail Hoad.
Daniel P. Rhodes, Esq., Cleveland, Ohio.
Thomas Campbell, Esq., Springfield, III.
Hon R. Chainberliii, St. Louis, Mo.
Messrs. Wadsworth, Wells k Seymour,
Messrs. I. If. B irch . Co., Chicago Bank
Messrs, G. W. Sizer k Co. Chicsgo, 111.
Wm. Blanchard, Esq.. Morris, III.
Messrs. H. C. it O. G. Cook fc Co., Rock
Messs. H. Wheeler k Son, Aurora III.
Messrs. Judd, Smith It Pratt, Dixon, HI.
Nehamiah Case, Esq., Buffalo, N. Y.
Wm. B. Fundy, Esq., Springfield, III.
Gen. I. Cnrn, Springfield, 111.
Richard Ivers, Esq., St. Louis, Mo.
THIS work will again be ready for delivery
by th 17th Inst. The first supply was re
ceived last week and was immediately sold.
A new County Map, corrected by Mr. livers.
according to the county boundariea establish
sd by ths Legislsturs last winter, has been
engraved expressly for the work, and will ap
pear in the next edition.
Resides a history of the Territory, its con
dition snd prospects, the work contains ths
claim laws of Nebrssks, and a digest of the
United States pre-emption laws, making
complete Dre-emntor's ruide. Every oerson
interested in Nebraska should have a' copy of
ths work. Price, wilh the map, 75 cents)
wiinouiine ansp.ou cents, single copies stall
ed, postsge paid, oa receipt of price, to any
pan oi ui country.
C. C. WOOLWORTH,
Omaha, June 11, 1857 32tf Publisher,
TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA, ) ca
COUNTY OF SARPY. M'
ATOTICE is hereby fiven. that the Count
J.1 Commissioners of Sarpy County, will
meet on Monday, Sept. 21st, A. D. 1857. at
the house of Maj. Watson, at 9 o'clock, A.M.
to view snd locate a public road from the
city o Bellevue, on the best ro ,te to the cor
ner of Sections 2, 3, 10, and 11, in Tov nship
13, north, Range 13, east thence west io the
line between Sections 3, and 10, to th curuer
of Secti as 3, 4, 9, and 10, in th same Town
ship and Range thence westerly on the niot
f racticabl routs through Aa erson's Grve
hence westerly to the Platte or Elkhoro Riv.
tr's. Said Commissioners will meet on the
evening of ssid day, at 4 o'clock, at the Ben
ton House, Bellevue, to bear all parties inter
ested in locating and establishing ssid road or
By order of ths County Commissioners.
Clerk of Sarpy Co.
18, 1S57. 41
TailOrintT ! TftilorlnC
. .. .
Ths undersigned begs leers ta Inform the
cltisens of Bellevue and vicinity tbat bs ta
prepared ta da custom work, in tbs latest
fsshioaand saost approved atyl. He feels
eor ftdsnt tbat bis work is unsurpassed East
or West j and by moderate pricea respectfully
soiichs a snare or tna public patronage. Its
will alwsvs be found ready to receive orders.
at ths Bellevu Hoiks.
lellerae, N. T. Mareb ll;h 1J57,
Or, Tho Forger Convicted.
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been so often found. Thess stories will con
tinue throughout ths whole yesr, and will
prov tbs most sntsrtalnlng svsr offered ts the
P. A, SARPY,
Wholesale X Betail Merchant,
coasts or main apo oaaooar sraaKTl.
ST. MARY, IOWA.
HAS lust received and now haa for sale, a
largs assortment of selected merchandise
sdapted to the wants of all In this new and
thriving community, which he can sell ascheap
as can be offered elsewhere so high upon ths
Missouri river. His goods have been selected
by an experienced purchaser, with special
reference tn the circumstances and wants of
all classes of settlers In a new country. La
dies and gentlemen, children and youth, all
can be supplied. Call and see for yourselves.
ins stock consists or the following, among a
grest msny other articles hs cannot now anu-
nisratsi Among his -
May b found Woolen and Satinet Cloths.
Cssslnets, Tweeds, Cashmeres, Llnseys,
Manuel, Red, White, Oray and Blue, Caspian
Plaids, Cotton Goods, Sheetings and Slilrtinga,
Hleaclied snd Unbleached, blue and Whits,
Drillings, Osnaburg, Bed-Ticking, Hickory
Cbscks, etc., Ax.
A beautiful assortment of fancy prints of
svery variety of atyl and pattern. Ginghams,
mwhi, figured Aipacea, Bomnazinee, Horn
bayetts, Shawls. Sesrfs Handkerchiefs. Neck
erchiefs, Crape, Muslin, Edgings, Ribbons,
Ac, Ac. - -
A well selected stock of Summer. Fsll and
Winter Clothing, consisting in part of fins
Dress Costs, Pants and Vests i also, rood
Summer Clothing of all descriptions, and heavy
Clothing for Fall and Winter use. Also, Shirts.
Knit Flannel Drawers and Undershirts, Socks.
Ac. Mens' and Boys' Hats and Caps, of va
rious fashions, qualities and prices. Boots A.
Shoes, thick and thin, polished and unpolished,
of every description, for Men, Women, and '
Crushed, Clarified, Loaf and Brown Sugar,
Molasses, Syrup Molasses, Golden Syrup,
Superior Tea, Rio and Java Coffee. Sasssfras.
Ginger, Pepper. Cloves. Snice. Cinnamon.
ground Ginger, Nutmegs, Snuffs, Tobacco,
Cigars, Pipes, Soap, Candles, Vinegar, Pickles
repper-oauce, ttc., sic. i
A largs assortment of Flour, of various
qualities and prices i Corn Mesl and all the
varioua products of the Farm and Gardsai
iiacon, run, K.l!n dried Apples, Peaches,
Currants, Raisins. Ice.
7" Furnished weekly to subscribers only
at fl a ysar. All letters must b sddresseit
to JOHN 8. DYE, Broker,
Publisher and Proprietor,
3m32 70 Wall Street, New York.
Stores of various patterns, for Cooking and
Heating rooms, Stove-pip snd Elbows, largt
snd small Iron Kettles, Frying Pane, 8klllets
Hand-Irons, Shovels snd Tongue, Manure anf
Hay Forks, Scythes, Shovels and Spades, Log
snd Trace Chains, Axes, Hammers, Plixers;
Iron and Steel, Nails, Horse-Rasps, Files,
Saws, Knives and Forks, Pocket Knivee, Ra
sore, Butts and Screws, Door Handles, Knoh
Locks, Ac, Ac"
A general assortment kept lot bousbk
Wssb-tubs, Shakers Pails, Wood sad Ziae
Sol Leather, Haraee Leather, Cowhide.
Kip Skins, Calfskins, Linings an Morocco,
Raddles, Bridles, Halters, Lariat, Clrcinglee,
Belly-bands, Drivinr-lme, Collars. Back-
straps, Girths, Blind-bridles, Ao., &m.
A general assortment of Medlckses, for
Fevers, Fever and Ague, aad th common
tomplaints of ths country. Cook's. L,
Sappenyton', Brsgg's and Jaynes' Pills, Qui
nine, Tonics, and various kind's of Stimulants.
. i I : : j . i .. . '
Auuuvmi, Linn uivuiB, nu ouirr arucies necS
sary for ths sick and ths invalid. M-tf
Corner of Locnst and Cooledfe Strtets,'
' C LEX WOOD, IOWA
Clotting! Clotklag. Clotalnx!
A LARGE STOCK OF READY MADE
Clothing of th latest Fashion, at
CLEARWATER. WHITE fc BANDERS.
. Jans 4th, 157. 8,31. . . .
FARMERS READ I i,
TOTIV P IIDRM A. m ..... tK im.h..
J Office. Bellevue. bar nn kiU.l.M?
, Hoes, Spsdes. Forks, Hsmes, and a general
assortment of Firming Tools. Call and v
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