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About Bellevue gazette. (Bellevue City, N.T. [i.e. Neb.]) 1856-1858 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1857)
tha lGdiand 32J wlitn occupied and im
proved prior ta the surveys, has tempora
rily abridged the laud fund lut it it the
duty of the County Superintendent (Chap.
18, Sec. 9,) to examine, allot in parcels,
and ralue the auctions not thus occupied,
as well os others after they shall bare
been selected. I respectfully call atten
tion to this and tha other requinnents of
the law, so that eilsting resources may be
made available, and the system put in
force ly the first Monday of May 1953,
the proximate time for the regular meet
ing in each school district.
For information as to the state of the
Treasury reference i made to the Report
of the Ireasury herewith suomitteu.
The revenue low now in for- e. is inappli
cable, and almost inoperative, and requires
thorough and curl) revision.
While the military spirit of our citi
zens is believed to be unabated, drill and
discipline have been greatly neglected.
Companies exist in nearly every county,
but their organization in many cases is
imperfect or suffered to decline on account
of changes of residence. These delicien
cies should be supplied. Situated on the
frontier, we bhould bo provided, at all
times, for self-defence, or co-operation
with the Government, against internal en
emies. Our election law needs an amendment,
requiring County Clerks to transmit to
Territorial Secretary a list of the county
officers elect in each year, and of all the
resignations or removals of officers or No
During every session special acts have
been passed appointing Iload Commission
ers. Ureal inconvenience has resulted
from their negligence or inattention. It
is suggested tbat penalties should be im
posed for such nou-fuinilinent, or that
County Supervisors should be annually
Your attention is called to a more rig
id enforcement of the net to prevent the
firing of Woods, Marshes and Prairies
(page 196, 1st Statutes,) to insure pres
ervation of property and growth of lim
ber. Notaries Public are reminded to'keep
a fair record of their official acts, (Chap.
16, page 58, 2d Statutes.)
It is also suggested that complication in
County accounts may be avoided by as
signing the duties of School Fund Com
missioner to the County Treasurer.
Our agricultural and productive resources,
may be developed by aiding the formation of
industrial societies in every county. Prem
iums, though small at first offered by indi
vidual or associations for tlie largest useful
crop, the best improved stock, kc ; would in
vite competition ana rriu a nucleus ror
wealthy combinations. Nor can it be believed
that the encouragement given by a small ap-
trotriation to each county from the Territor
ial revenue, for the purpose of increasing the
most fruitful of all sources of profit would fail
to meet the sanction of tlu people.
The number of copies of tha laws hereto
fore ordered to be printed has been insulfici
ent. The editions of the first two years are
nearly exhausted, and the dvumsd increasing.
At least 2000 copies of the statutes of this
rion should be published, and thSecretary
instructed to soil the remaining volumes, after
distrbuting the au'uorued number to the pub'
It is a source of gratification to consider the
actual progress oi the Territory, in the past
vear, by the acquisition of property, ana the
rapid se'tlement by pre-emption. A large
and valuable tract of land has been secured
from the Pawnees, through the treaty framed
witli them bv Commissioner J. W. Denver.
The Cheifs of the Punca tribe have recently
repaired to the Federal Capitol, witn the in.
disn Affent J. B. RoberLson, with the intcu
tion of concluding a similar treaty, and ceding
their unsurpassed farming and timber lands.
The United States Wagon Road from the
Platte River via the Omaha reserve to the
Running Water, .L'eau qui court under the
dirction of Col. Georee U Sites, has been
constructed for a distancc103 miles, including
39 bridges. I have been favord with a state
ment of the length of these bridges as follows
Papillion Creek Bridge, WJ leec long,
e l tv i J
The rich bottom
Missouri,' and the
ii UJ ii
and bench lands of
numerous valleys of the
z the route are fast fill
in up with settlers who have already realized
firomising returns from their labors. Our ob
ligations are justly due to the Hon. Jacob
Thompson, Secretary of the Interior, for the
expenditure of this appropriation iu a man
uer so productive of liublic benefit
The Millitarv Road to Fort Kearney has
been nearlv finished, lncludinz bridges built
after the most improved plans for strength and
durability f the bridge across the Elk Horn
River being 200 feet in length and the road
itself giving access to one of the most fertile
and commercially important valleys in the
Interesting Information in this connection
has been obtained from the Register of the
Land Office at Omaha City, in the following
table showing the pre-emption during the sea
son just passed of more than 400,000 ares of
ABITEACT OF LAMPS PBS-EMrTID A
330131 71 63218 71 462349 62
-Th Ksbraska Is greater than New
Tork and the New England Statea. Our In
vigoraUng clisate, productive soil and natur
al advauUges will attract multitudes of emi
grants driven to our shores by the political
troubles of the Old World. Politically, we
havt equal reason to rejoice. Our future In
crease will give ne the control, to a great ex
tent, of the country's political destiny i and it
is rt'fyinj hal that power will be need with
a patriotic and unfaltering determination to
defend the Federal Constitution, and preserve
the Union of the States. Safe, thus far, from
the Interference of reckless agitators, and the
mad efforts of intolerant fanatics, we can fur
nish to the world an'envlable proof of the ge
nius and spirit of our Republican Istitutions.
No retribution can be too severe, If, through
casuistry, or local strifes, or political li. fideli
ty, we prove recreant to that beautiful feder
ative system to which we owe our existence,
and under which alone we can achieve true
and permanent greatness.
I have thus presented to you, gentlemen,
plainly and hurriedly, such considerations as
nave occurred to me uncertain, until the eve
of your assembly, whether, in my incidental
position, such a communication would be re
quired. Once before, we have met under sim
ilar circumstances. Since that initial period,
the bitterness of sectional strife has been
easurably allayed. Strange faces and new
interests have taken their places upon tbs
stsge, and mat y of the actors in our early his
tory have passed away, or been loet in the
throng of events. Men, out of repair, poltl-
cally or morally, will continue to be prostrat
ed, one bv one i and their names expire with
the forgotten influences of the past l but our
owerful young Territory will move on witu
uemented and prevailing force i and realize
in its future fortunes, all that human hope or
tubition can anticipate or wish.
Acting for that territory in a coordinate ca
pacity, and in view of the mutations of public
affairs, and the vicissitudes of life permit
me to assure you, each and ail, that I cherish
sincere desire for your succees, Individually
i well as iu your endeavors to promote the
public good, May no personal resentment or
iicnauons iiereancr mar iu uariuuur vr.uca
hould prompt and inspire the intercourse of
the Representatives of the Government and of
our people t may no bouudry, natural or a run
ciai prevent the union or all our energies, in
building up an eminent, honored and thriving
May you be prospered In all your laudable
i . . .1 . . . . r i t v. - i. : J... -
lecisiatinir for a patriotic and confiding peo
1IU BIIU VlbVl VII1UI "IIUK Ulf U1I1U HUIT VI
pie, return, in health, to the comforts and
friendships of your respective homes.
THOMAS 13. CUAUINU.
Omaha City, Dec. Uth, 1837.
Winteb in MicHioAK. A corres
pondent of the Chicago Daily Press,
I spent a week in Michigan, and saw
nd felt the following: From the morning
of Nov. 18th to the evening of the 24th
snow fell in southern and central Michi
gan almost without intermission. The
fall seemed to be heaviest o i a line thro'
White Pigeon and Kalamazoo. Wind
west and southwest. Mercury from nearly
zero at night to 18 noon.
During the nicht of 1 uesday, tbe 24th,
he clouds cleared away, and the mereu
ry. fell from 19 io 22 9 Wow xtro ac
cording to the exposure. During Wed-
esday night tbe mercury ranged in diH-
erent localities from V v to 14 btlov
ttio. The St. Joseph was frozen across
the current an occuranct unusual at mid
winter. The oldest inhabitants assured
me that the cold and the snow storm were
unexampled in all the Novembers they
had experienced. The snow in ihe woods
is at least 20 inches in depth.
lift papers are bragging of an inven
Hon bv which leather can be tanned ii
ten minutes. ,We have seen the human
hide, however, tanned in five. Some
Schoolmasters can do it in less than
Local & Territorial.
The subscribers that have heretofore
receivea the uazette at tno post oiuce, in
this city, will hereafter get them at the
We are indebted to S. M. Curran,
Chief Clerk of the House, for its pro
ceedings. Mr. Curran was Chief Clerk
of the House, last winter, and was then,
ae he now is, the universal favorite of all
the members. He had a worthy and
strong opponent for the place, but his su
perior qualifications, so well known to the
members, secured his election.
We shall cive a review, in our next
issue, of all the members ot tne i louse.
. ii .
We are under obligation to S. II. El
bert. Asst. Clerk of the Council, for the
proceedings of that body.
We have several communications on
hand, which will be published as soon as
we have room.
We call the attention of our readers
to an article on the Plaue Valley, and its
Agricultural Statistics, published on the
first page of to-day's paper, writtten by
our friend, J. M. Mentzer, who spent
arge portion of the past summer and au
tumn, in the Platte valley. Misstate
ments are, in every respect, reliable.
The Governor's Message and Legi&la
live proceedings, occupy a large portion of
to-day's paper, We shall publish full and
reliable proceedings of the Legislature
during iu session. Those that wish
know what is going on at the Capitol, wil
of course, come in with their dimes, and
subscribe for the Gazette.
The Ladie's Benevolent Society, wil!
meet to-day, at Mrs. Rogers.
There wiil be a dance at the house of
G. W. Owen, in Owenton, Fridsy even
ing, Dee. 25. All are respectfully invit
ed. A good time is anticipated.
We hare had extreme warm weather
for December, during; the past week. For
several days the Thermometer indi
cated fifty degrees above tero. The go
ing; has been any thin; bnt agreeable, as
the mud is not over six feet in depth.
How much less, " this deponent with Drt.1
It is rumored that the moon is made of
green cheese. Those editors that pub
lished that " obituary," several weeks ago.
are requested not to copy, as it is undoubt
edly a hoax.
The Land Office, at "Dakota City, is
now open to receive filings on pre-emp
Geo. A. Hinsdale, has been elected
Treasurer, and Michael ,0'Grady, Sup
veyor of Dakota County.
A project is on foot to build a town, to
be called Opechee, two miles south of
James River, on the Missouri, and a pro
spectus for the " Opechee Gazette," has
been issued. The town site is said to
have a good rock landiug. Wonder if
there is a town site on the Missouri,
where there is not 1
Judge Dlack is holding a Court at Ne
A meeting of the atockholders of the
Nebraska City Insurance Company, was
held at Nebraska City, Dec. 15, for the
election of Directors.
A friend has handed us the New
Hampshire Sentinel, printed at Keene,
N. II., and is now in its fifty-ninth year.
Its projector is still living in Keene.
From the number before us, we judge
lhat the Sentinel is an excellent paper.
We have received a " Last Year's Al
manac. nuuiianea semi-occasionaiiy, ai
a ii'i ; :
Cuming City, sometimes known as "The
Nebraska Pioneer. Its leaders aro
txlrtmtly tloqvtni, being principally
Apologies," for non-appearance, gen
eral indisposition, &.C., which are always
interesting to the public. For God sake,
Mr., do give us something else, any
thing for a change.
A panther hunt was to come off last
week, in the woods above Decatur.
Simpson Hnrgus, was tried at Nebras
City, for manslaughter, for killing James
E. Lacy, in April, 1856. Verdict, guilty.
The defendant's counsel filed a motion for
an arrest of judgment. The rase will
probably go before the Supreme Court.
Bo Comet !
BUT COLD WEATHER & GOOD
THE citizens know and feel this cold weath
er i and those that are sleeping, awake
ir awake, walk ! if walking, run I if running,
flvl to the Tin and Stove Store of Sam'l
' . i ...i.V -.. -V.
Snyder, ana proviae yourseivre u eucii ai
ticl-e in his line, as vou may want, before it 1
too late. Come all that are suffering from
the cold, and I will sell you stoves that will
comfort vou. in this cold rpgion. Now is your
only chance, as I am selling goods, cheape
tlmn tfcev ran oe noueiir in ot. itiui.
Fontenelle Money and country produce, tak
n in nvrhiinpe for the same.
I have a house and lot, wDicn i win ecu
cheap. Read and run to
ltf Bellevue, opposite the printing office.
MR. S. M. PIKE, still contimies to keep at
his old stand, on Mission Avenue, east
of Main Street, fresh Groceries, of all kinds,
of the best quality. Also, a choice lot of
He has fitted up, in the rear of bis store, a
Where he will furnish warm meals, or cold
lunch, at all hours of ths day, including tbs
following dishes t
Roast Beef, Oysters.
Corned Beef, Sardines,
Pickled Tongue, Wild Game,
Pickled Tripe, Hot Coffee,
Pigs Feet, And Tea.
His customers, and tbe public generally, are
invited to rive him a calL
Nov. 28. ltf
jsl 20"e"w "VVeOtolx
Establishment in Omaha
WM. FRODSHAM, having retired from
ths lata firm of Kemp It Frodsham,
baa opened a new store at No 3, Capt. Down's
building, between tbs Methodst Church, where
ns invites ins oia patrons io give Dim a can.
Tims piecea and Jewelry, of every descrip
tion, neatly and expeditiously repaired. 6ml
W. XI Longadorf,
GRADUATE of Penn. College of Dental
VJT Surgery, respectfulry announce to ths cit
izens ot Bellrvue, and vicinity, that he is now
prepared to practice Dentistry, lit all us va
Office h"irs from 5 till V P. M.
THE undersigned have opened, rear tbe
Printing Ollice, In Bellevue. a large and varied
assortment of Uoods. Among the vailety
may be found
SHOVELS, II AY-FORKS,
GRIND-STONES, CHAINS, fcc,
Together with a quantity of
Boots cfc3 Qiao o a
Segars, Rakes, Ropes, Horse-collars, Carpet
sacks, Window Sash, Doors,
TEAS AND SUGARS,
Toborco, Q'temiwnre. Glassware, Flour,
Crackers and a great many more articles.
They keep constantly on hand, a large as
sortment of good
Wines and Liquors,
Warranted the bst quality t cheap for cash.
i)37tr j. r. nuw iu.
LOCIS r. BATTELS.
BARTELS & METZ,
ITfOULI) respectfullv announce to the In-
VY habitants of Betleuve, and vicinity,
that they have opened a store, on the corner
of Alain and zist 'sireeis, una now oucr lor
ale. a variety of roods, which art entirely
new, consisting of
Dry Goods and Clothing,
JJoots and Shoes,
Points and Paint Brushes,
Oils and Varnish,
Yv indow Glass of all sizes,
China and Glass Ware,
llms and Cops,
The shove articles are of the first qualltv,
and as one of us remains constantly in St.
Louis, selecting goods, and watching the mar
ket, we ferl confident that we can sell as
. . t..
cheap, or cheaper, man any one eise in me
The public are Invited to give us a call and
examine the goods for theinielvee.
we will buy farmer a proaucs at me nignesi
liive us a can, ni ins new norr, corner ni
Main aud 21st Streets, . Bellevue, Nebraska
JJellevue, sept, iu, isoi. si if
JOS. W. LOWRIE, practical Cabinet Mak
er. informs the people of Ilellevue and vi-
cinltv. that he is now nrenared to repair, var
nish, or to make to order, in the best manner,
anv article of furniture which they roov de
sire to have, at his shop, in Chase's buildiug,
Pi" Collins made in any style, at the short
est possinie notice. j. w. J
Kept. IO smr
THE co-partnership, heretofore existing,
between Co (Tin an At. Stoddar.', bss been
this day dissolved, by mutti.il consent. The
business will be continued by J. F. Coffrnan,
and all dues and debts of tbe concern, will be
settled by him.
J. I . uui r !M AIM.
M. W. STODDAHD.
Bellevue, Oct. 21, 1857. 4150
THE subscriber received from the FlorllJa,
on her last trip down, one box of Books,
marked John 8. Bowen, Omaha City. The
owner is requested t call and pay charges,
and take the same away.
CLARKE It BRO.
Bellevue, Dec. 10, 1857. 3t3
5 kIIE undersigned, having purchased the
J, stock in trade, of Paluier A. Avcrill, the
business will be enrried on, as heretofore, at
the old stand, under' ths name and style of
yv m. u. Averiu u v-o.
WM. C. AVERILT
51 W. H. LONGSDORF.
TrESSRS. OLIVER & STONE, have pur
IT J. chased of H. Cook Grimth, his entire
interest in the bntchrrir.p business, and will
hereafter be found st his old stand, on Miss on
Avenue, east of Main Street, under 8. M,
Pike's Grocery and Provision Store, where
they will be happy to watt upon his old cus
timers, and all others who may choose to
favor them with their patronage.
GF.ORGE A. OUTER.
Oct. 29. 6m5l CHARLES STONE.
T HAVE just opened a first class Saloon, In
A. the Store room formerly occupied by Jnhn
Uhase, where tne public can always Una a
good supply of Oysters, Sardines, Segars, and
the best Linuors in the ci'v.
A HOT LUNCH, served daily, except Sun
day, from 11 to 12 o'clock, A. M., free to my
Give me a call, and satisfy yourselves.
61"A good price paid for all kinds of game.
WM. C. AVERILL & CO.
BELLEVUE, NEBRASKA TERRITORY.
TVEALERS In Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard
SJ w?.re. Hats ana Csps. Boots and Shoes,
Crockery, Furniture, fcc.
We will ssll our roods, at low prices, and
ror reaay pay ooiy. n
CLEANED AND REPAIRED.
MR. G. W. BUTTON, from Ball, Black et
Co.'s, New York, will bo found at the
old Stand of Kemp c Frodsham, In Omaha
where he will attend to the repairing oi
Watches and Jewelry, of all kinds, la ths
most workman-like manner, and warranted to
gr e enure sau-ucuon.
All orders will be prnmpMy attended to.
Nov. !. j.Jn,
milF. undersigned respectfullv solltlt the attention of the cltiien of JJellevua aa(
1 to their extensive assort inent of goods, embracing every variety usually kept In
The attention of the ladles Is particularly call.d o onr Inrgn assortment of dri
consisting In part or aims, rrcnen nu nmmm,, " y j
lalnee. fcc. Figured and Plsln Kwlea, Jaconet and fiook Muslins, Cul
elal Flowers and Wrtaths, Dress Trimmings, Hosiery, Bonnets, Hats,
Ladles fine morocco slippers, kid and morocco buskins, psrodl ties, and Jer
ameled and calf skin lace boots, black and colored gaiters, fco. Gent . C
cslf skin boots, fine cloth, calf skin and patent leather gaiters, ssw'd and
Children's shoes, a great varloty.
m A J? S$ . ' . . ' :
boys' una felt, wsol, Tanama, curracoa, aeanstte, Leghora, psla,
The largest stock sver opened In this ennntv, consisting of eoals, pants, vests, shirts,
rs, ovsr-alls, Itc. of all sites, styles, and quality, for men, boys and chiUreo.
A rreat variety of both English and American manufacture, Carpenters' tools, . Ues
keepers and buildsrs will find ll to their advantage to call before pmchaslng elsewhere. ,
Also, a large
- All the above srtlcles, together with a grest variety not mentioned, will be sold low fa
cash All kinds of merchantsble country produce taken In exchange for goods. Ale Drr
Illilee Furs. SiC. 1 naimrui lor we im" i fuvu(;. ..-... v. , -J .
tens or mis eoumj, i -
the hones of flernhard Mvers, in saiu vumn,,
on Tuesday, Nov. 17'h, 1M7, at B o'clock, In
the forenoon, in answer to a petition signed
by several inhabitants, io view onu ' -road,
which is proposed to run from nellevne.
to Intersect the Territorial Uoad. at Bemhard
Myers, and crossing the rapi llon Creek, at
the People's Bridge, or in tha'. vicinity, which,
in the judgments the of Commissions, will
be for the best Interest of ths aettlers.
And said Commissioners will meet on Wis
evening of said day. at ths Benton House, at
4 o'clock, to hear all parties Interested in said
rBv order f the County Commissioners.
7 STEPHEN D. BANGS,
49 County Clerk of Sarps County.
T 8 hereby given, that uie imniy "
I J "1.1b rnuntv.will meet at the
8 hereby given, lhat the tonnty
r I .
l.. r-v,.l.. SVlUon. near Buffalo Creek,
on Monday, October 2H, 1857, to view and lo-
public road or highway, from the city
ifvue. tu the ciivuf Flattford, In said
, commencing ot the latter point, across
is 18 17,1", and 15 in Township 12,
Uane ll.thencs to the most suitable point for
.rn..;.,r nnlfalo Creek, tnence by the most
practicable route to the city of Bellevue.
Raid Commissioners will meet on the even-
Ing of said dav, at the house or Aiircu mai
thlas, in the city of Platttord, to hear all par
ties interested in locsting said road.
Bv order of the I'onntv i:oipmisionre.
y STEPHEN D. BANGS,
Clerk ot 5arpy Couijtv. ,
Bellevue, Sept. 23, 1817. 4
PLATTE BIVEK FERRY. '
THE Platte River Ferry Company uas
their Ferry in successful operation at
the MOUTH of FLAT IS Klvi.K
This route U six miles snoner man ium u
Cedar Island, and is a much "H?1 PV
EXPERIENCED AND CAREFUL MEN
will be in attendance at all times to accommo
date the traveling public. Rates of Ferriage
as low aa any other point. t
Wo 11. ObAWU"iw
Plattsmouth, Aug. 1. 1x57. ' "40
EICHEE & DAVEKPOET, ,
WOULD respectfully inform the citizens
of Bellevue and vicinity that they have
commenced the TAILORING BUSINGS in
the building formerly occupied by J. M. . Bar-
vay.corner mai-? " " " ,- j
LECtT P S
Wblrh will be made up to order with neat
ness and dispatch. , ,
Also, t two ana niuco oougui m im.
sachange fur goods. no 30-tf.
IS hereby given, to James G nelson, mat 1
will snoear at the Land Office, In Omaha,
an Saturday. Dec. 26. at 10 o'clock, A. M.,
to prove my rleht to pre-empt the b. W. quar
ter of Section 7, In township 13, la range 13,
east or the Bth Frlncipal .Meridian, in Ne
braska Territory. JAMES WARREN.
DELLETIE LOTS FOR Is ALU.
OT , Block 255. L. , B. 102, L. 8, B. 2M,
7, " 241, " 1, " 17S, 4, "
" .1, " 171, "11, rt "ll, "
4, 25, 8, " 138, "12,
10,11,12, 210, " 4," 4.
Out Lot 21, in Bennett's qr.
" 25, In Bottom.
Also, an undivided 1-2 of Block 155, at 213.
Price, $1750. Enquire of
At his Banking House. Council Bluff, or
41 J. B. JENNINGS, Bellevue.
HUSSION SIURE8 LOST.-CAIT10. :
OST in transit b? mail, between New
York, and this place, 4 Certificates of
Mock, in the Mission property,- numbers hot
recollected. The said Certilicate were snado
out la the name of Christopher Gwyer, and
were not nooreed by him, or made payable to
any party. . .The publ t are cautioned against
purchasing said Shares, aa no title to property,
will ha conveyed by them. ' ' I
3tV WM. A. GWYER.
f LL persons Indsbted to John Chase, on
fs. ntors account, or otherwls. will please
se'.t'.e with T. B. Lemon, Esq., who is author-
hrd o receipt sl psymcnts. Ptesse call forth-
". (ft) JOHN CHAbE.
E V, U E
lEinporiiiiii ! !
H11evu and vicinity.
Lawns, tierages, De
and Jenny Ltnd, kid, sa
ne morocee sec
stock of choice
trimv m, snwt.M.
MU 8,mt "
THE CHICAGO CITY
a. m m m m k mm a a a a a mm u M
1NSURA N U E , 0 UMrAN T
- vi ivni i
Iloom No. 1 Musonic Temple, Dearbop 1
CAPITAL., 8150,000. ;
it, a. Mojtaoa,
N. A. WVNCOOr. i
, OFFICERS i '
Edmund Canfleld, Fres.,Wm. 8. BaUv
Sec'y, Henry Chapman, Treas. - i
THIS Company was organized on the 27th
day of March, A. D. 1855, under a spee
ial charter from the Legislature of Illinois,!
and business commenced under tht most fa(
vorable auspices. Its establishment hasbeea
upon a firm and reliable basis, and In view of
Its stability, soundncss,snd permanency, ranks.
as one of the first Insurance Companies in tbs.
themselves against loss or damage by Fire, or
thetrti. ther bee leave to offer the
REFERENCES. ' '
Messrs. Stone k Witt. Cleveland, Ohio.
1 Williams at Avery, Chicago, IIL' V
" Norton k Brother, "
" Stone k Boomer, "
II. S. Dursnd, Pres. Kaeine k Miss. R. R.
Geo. C. Northrup, Cash. Itaclns Co. Bank.
Wm. P. Llnd, Esq., Milwaukee. 1 ' '
J. G. Conroe, Es). Raclua. '
Ashley Gilbert, Cash. Com'l B'k, Chieago. ;
Henry Fnrnham. President Chicago k Rock
Maud Rail Road.
Daniel P. Rhodes, Esq., Cleveland, Ohio.
Thomas Campbell, Esq., Springfield, I1L
Hon li. Chamberlin, St. Louis, Mo.
Messrs. Wodsworlb, Wells 4c Seymour,
Chicago, III. '
Messrs. I. H. Burch 3c Co., Chicago Baak.
Messrs. ii. V. Sizer 4. Co. Chicago, IU.
Wm. Blanchard, Esq.. Monis, HL
' Messrs. H. C. k O. G. Cook k Co., Rock '
ford. III. . '
Messs. II. Wheeler 4. Son, Aurora. 111. . '
Messrs. Judd, Smith k Pratt, Dixon, HL
Nchsmiah Case, Esq., Buffalo, N. Y.
Wm. B. Fundv, Esq., Springfield, IU. , ,
Gen. I. Cum, 'Springfield, III.
Richard Iverw, Esq., St. Louis, Mo. ,
NEBRASKA IN 1857.'
THIS work will again be ready for delivery
by tne inn mxt. ine nrst supply was re-
according to the county boundaries establish
ed by me legislature last winter, has been
engraved expressly for ths work, sod wiU ap ,'
pear in tha nrxt edition.
Besides a history of ths Territory, Its con
dition and prospects, tha work contains the t
claim laws of Nebraska, aud a digest of the
United Spates pre-emption laws, making a
'complete pre-ewptor's guide. Every person
interested iu Nebrabka should have a copy of
the work. Price, with tha map, 75 ceotef
without the map, oO cents. Single copies sns li
ed, postage paid, on receipt of price, to any '
part of ths country. -
C. C. WOOLWORTII, .
Omaha, June 11, 1857 32tf Publisher.
TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA, c s
COUNTY OF KAKPY. J 3
"VJOT1CE Is hereby given, that the County
i.1 Commissioners of Sarpy County, will
licet ou Mondav, Sept. 21st, A. D. 1857, at
ths house of M.ij. Watson, at 9 o'clock, A.M. '
to view and locate a public road frosa the
city of Bellevue, on the best route to tha cor
tier of Sections 2, 3, 10, and 11, in Township
13, north, lUngs 13, east ; thence west io ths
line between Lections 3. and 10, to the comer
of Secti ns 3, 4, 0, aud 10, in the same Town
ship and Range; thence westerly on the most ;
practicable route through An erson's Grove
th'nce westerly to the Platte or Elkhoro Rly.
er's. Said Commissioners will meet on tbo
evening of ssld day, at 4 o'clock, at tbo Ben
ton House, Bellevue, to hear all parties inter-" "
eated in locating and establishing aald road or "
By order of ths County Commissioner. 1 1"
It. 8,j . STEPHEN D, BANGS,
Clerk of Sarpy Co,
Tailoring I ,. Tailoring
Ths undersigned bers leave to inform
citizens of Bellevue and vicinity that be la
rrenared to do custom work, la the latest,
ashion and mnat approved stylo, f He feel
coi iMcm vnai nis worn is unsurpassesi
'or West t and br mnderata nriMe reBnieu)r I
solicits a share of ths public patrons rs Uo ,
will always be found ready to receive ordtrsi
at ths Believes House. ' '
Pllsnis, N. T. Much li'u
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