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under consideration the matter referred to
them, of Perkin't, right to a seat in this
House, that they have made some pro
gresi therein, and recommend the adop
tion of the following resolution.
Ruolvtd f That the petition of Perkins,
the contestant of Messrs. Sullivan and
Cooper, and all the papers, poll books &.c,
sent to this House, from Washington coun
ty, be referred to a committee of the
whole House, and made the special order
of Monday next, at 2 o'clock P M.
On motion the resolution was adopted.
On motion the House adjourned.
Thursday, Dec. 17.
Cromwell cave notice of a bill for an
act to provide for changing the name of
Pawnee county, to Buchanan county.
Abbe introduced II F, No 35; an act
authorizing Amos J Williamson, to keep
m ferry at Otoe City, Otoe county, N T.
Read first time. On motion, the rules
were suspended. Bill read second time,
and refered to committee on corporations.
Campbell introduced II F, No 3tt ; an
act for the relief of Samuel W Black ;
read first time. On motion rules were
suspended, bill read second time, and re
lerred to committee on accounts and ex
Taggart introduced II F, No 37 : a bill
te authorize S Gerard and T P Parker,
and their associates, to establish and keep
a toll bridge or ferry across the Loup
Fork of Platte River, at the town of Mon
roe, ta Monroe county. Read first time.
Donelan gave notice of a bill to create
the county seat of Burt county.
Paddock offered the following resolu
tion: Ruolvtd f That W A Collins.be and he
is hereby admitted within the bar of this
House, as reporter for the Iowa State
Armstrong moved to amend, by adding
that Jackson Barrett be admitted within
the bar of this House, as reporter for the
Detroit Free Press.
Campbell moved to lay resolution and
amendment on the table.
The ayes and nays were demanded.
Carried, 17 to 12.
Sullivan gave notice of a bill to amend
section three, of chapter eight, of the
code passed, and approved, February 18th
A D, 1857.
Taggart gave notice of a bill to incor
porate the De Witt Collegiate Institute.
Chambers gave notice of a bill, to char
ter a ferry across the Shute, between Se
nora Island, and the main shore of the
Missouri River, on Nebraska side. Also
of a bill to charter a ferry across the Mis
souri Kiver at Mt Vernon. -
Poppleton introduced H F, No 33; an
act to assign the Justices of the supreme
court, to their respective Judicial Districts.
Read first time. On motion' the rules
were suspended, the b ll read second time
ty its title, ana rererea to committee on
Thtt committee on Judiciary, made the
Your committee to whom was referred
II F, No 13 ; a bill relating to mechanics
" liens," do hereby report a substitute,
and reccommend the adoption of the
Thrall moved to suspend rules, and take
up an act upou the motion. Carried. On
motion, report was adopted and substitute
HoIIoway moved to amend in section
five, by striking out the words one year
and insert six months; carried
Miaick moved that the report, bill and
substitute be postponed, and made the spe
cial order for to-morrow ittz o clock.
The committee on Judiciary, also re'
Your committee to whom was referred
II t. No 26 ; an act to abolish private
seals, report the same back, ' and recrom
mend its passage ; also, H F, No 15; en
act to amend section three, of chapter
thirty-one, of the code passed and anprov
ed, FeblSth, 1857; also, II F, No 27;
an act to create a new precinct in the
southern portion of Washington county,
report the same back, and reccommend
that they do not pass. Report received.
Thrall offered the following resolu
tion. Ruolvtd ; That the rules of this House
be so amended, as to require all bills com
ing from the hands of committees, as sub
stitutes, for other bills through their usu
al course, and receive their three separate
Bills from Council.
C B, No 1 ; an act to locate a territori
al road from Omadi, to the Elk Horn
River, was read first time.
The following House bills were taken
up, and disposed of as follows ; II F, No
2 ; a bill for an act to amend the charier
of the city of Fontenelle, was read three
times, and on motion passed, and title
agreed to ; II F, No 3-1; an act to incor
porate the Cleveland land company. Re
ferred to committee on corporations; II F,
No 32 ; a bill to establish the eastern
boundary of Dodge county, was read sec
ond time, and on motion, referred to com
mittee on county seat and boundaries ; H
F, No 30 ; an act to lay out and establish
a territorial road from Nebraska City to
JaU City, in Richardson county, was read
second time, and on motion, referred to
committee on roads and bridges.
Report of committee on Judiciary.
II F, No 26 ; an act abolishing the use
of private seals was taken up and adopted.-
- " -
HoIIoway moved the bill do now pass.
'House adjourned till 2 o'clock.
The question now recurring upon the
passage of H F. No 20 the ayes and
nays were demanded, and resulted as
follows; aye 1 25, nays 7. Title agreed
On leave, Strickland introduced No 39;
an act to incorporate the townef Gonads,
On leave, Crawford introduced It F,
No 40 ; an act to incorporate live town of
Breckcnridge, and establish a ferry at
On leave, Crawford introduced II F,
No 41 ; an act relating to attorneys and
HoIIoway gave notice of a bill for the
sale of Territorial Capitol, to enable the
city of Omaha to redeem the Scrip.
Morton offered the following resolu
tion: Ruolvtd i ThatW PSnowden, inhere
by most respectfully invited to condescend
to take a seat within the bar of this House,
as reporter for the Kdinburg Review.
Armstrong that the following resolution
be taken from the table.
Resolved; That W A Collins be invi
ted to take a seat as reporter for the Iowa
State Journal; also that J Barrett be in
vited to take a scat as reporter for the
Detroit Free Tress.
Morton moved, bv addintr the words,
that Jesse Slioemnker be added to the list,
as reporter for the New York Evangelist.
Campbell moved to lay the resolution
on the table ; carried. Adjourned.
Friday, Dec. 18.
On leave, Cromwell introduced II F
Nc 41, a bill for an act to authorize John
A Singleton to erect a mill dam across
the south fork of Grand Nemaha river,
in Richardson county. Rend first time.
The ruels were suspended, bill read sec
ond time, and referred to committe on
The following Message was received
from the executive :
To iht Hon. Council and Hoxtst of Rtprf
I respectfully call your attention to the
fact, that while under the law authorising
the appointment of commissioners of deeds
in other states, ami territories, icnap. oi,
sec. 41, page 86, 2d ses.) Only one
commissioner can be created in each city
or county. The recent executive has ap
pointed several in the cities of New York,
Philadelphia. &c. I he alticiai acts or
many are hence legally invaiia, ana as
i ii . 11 l
serious perplexity ana loss. must result in
the tram fers of real estate, and in other
respects, it seems necessary to pass a spe
cial law, legalizing acts already done un
der seal ; and to amend the law of 1856,
ns to allow of the appointment of a
greater number, of such officers in' the
larger cities. Iiiomas li. ci-miso.
Exec. Chamber, JJec. 17, lx.
The message was referred to the com-1
miitee on judiciary. i
1 he committee on agriculture maue the
following report :
Your coinmittiee to whom was referred
II F No 20, an act to prevent the impro
per and criminal use of deadly weapons,
having had the same under consideration,
beg leave to report the same back, with
the following amendments: In the the
first section, str'ke out words one hunurea
and insert the word ten. Also in the
same section, 6trke out five hundred, and
insert one hundred, so as the bill will read,
not loss than ten, nor more than one hun
All of which is respectfully submitted.
S A Chambers,
J Vah lion,
A' F Cbomwell.
Al.o the following minority report, was
Ma. SrcAKca, and gentlemen of the
House of Representatives:
The minority of your committee on agri
culture, to whom was referred II F No
20, emitled an act to prevent the lmpro
Der and criminal use of deadly weapons,
having had the same under consideration,
beg leave to report as follows :
Under the insufficient, loose, and un
settled criminal code, at present in force
in this territory, it is well known that
many serious difficulties arise when per
sonal violence is frequently settled and of
ten used. It is furthermore well known,
that these difficulties and affrays, most
generally arise in relation to disputes
concerning claims, or farms, the soil
which we cultivate and upon which we
hf.ve our homes, and for this reason, we
doubt the House has honored this, your
committee on agriculture, by this (to some;
seemingly singular reference
Humun life, as the gift of that Supreme
Being, who over-rules the destinies of men,
and notes their inmost thoughts and deeds,
should be regarded by all as something
too invaluable and sacred to be subjected
to the thoughtless and reckless threats of
unprincipled and desperate men. And yet
it is a well established fact, that day af
ter day, upon the public highways, in pub
ic meetings, and even within the domest
ic circle, men talk of cutting out each oth
er's hearts, letting day light through each
other, by force of powder and toll, and
brandish bowie knives and revolvers, as
though they were the only statutes of Ne
braska, and every citizen bad a power of
attorney to use them, at bis own di&cre
Bullies, rowdies, flunkies, cowards and
braggarts, parade our streets, hlowii gand
blustering with oaths and threats against
the lives of their fellow citizens, ominous
ly exhibiting their pistols and knives, and
swearing deadly vengance against any and
alt who may offend them in the slightest
degree. And taking the state of facts in
ta consideration, your committee deem the
enactment of such a law, as the one tin
der consideration, as of vital importance
to the protection and well being of society
And yet further your committee deem the
act under consideration, as peculiarly fit
and appropriate to meet the exigencies of
the tunes, in as much as it does not pro
hibit the carrying of arms when occasion
may seem to demand. Your committtee
suggest that the bill as amended in section
st, by striking out one hundred and id
; senior ten, and thus amended, your rom
m it tee recommend the passag of the bill.
all of which it most respectfully submitted.
J. STEaLiae Monro.
Bills and resolutions from the Council
en their first and second reading i
C B No 8. An act to incorporate the
city of Washington, in Dakota county.
Read first time.
C B No 3. An act to incorporate the
(own of Omadi, iu Dakota County. Read
C B No 14. An act to amend an act en
titled an act to incorporate the university
Saturday Dec. 19th
Speaker announctd th first buisnese In or
der, was th unfinished buisnen J bring tin
joint resolution, from tht Council, rtlsttvt to
ths Delegate In Congree.
Mr Armtrong aross to a point of order,
that tlx Resolution was not In ths order of
tlit day. Sptakvf decided that th resolutloa
was In order.
An appeal was taken, and decided the res
olution out of order, ayes 31, nays 10 1 chair
Mr Bcti-dlct presented a petetlon of Geo.
Neal and 24 other for a Ferry Charter
across the Missouri Ilivr;rferrd to th com
mittee on Corporations. .
Mr Minlck offered a resolution to suspend
smoking In th House. Lost.
Mr Minlck gav notice of a bill changing
the western boundary of Nemaha County.
By Mr Cooper, of a bill to Incorporate the
Town of Dell Flaine, In Burt co.
By Mr Murphy of a bill reflating th du
ties, and fees of County Surveyors.
Notice of a bill by Mr Kobb, for chartering
th Wyoming Manufacturing Compsny.
By Mr King, of a bill regulate and fix Toll
for Grindine. and for Other purposes. Also a
Dill lo encourage kiiiuik w nnn,
In the counties of Pawnee and Richardson.
By Mr Thrall, a bill for establishing a Ter
ritorial Road from Omaha City, to Forrest
Citv In Sarpy Co.
Mr Martin, introduced H F No4fl, an act
to amend an act entitled an act. regulating
th disposal of Lands ( purchased in trust for
for Town Sites bill wai read a first and sec
ond time, and was referred to th committe
Mr Campbell, Introduced H F No 47 an act
for SUV of execution in Justices courts.
Mr 'Crawford, moved to adjourn. Lost
ayes 10, navs 17.
Mr Donelan, moved to tak a recess untlll
Mr Poppleton, moved to sdjourn till Mon
dsy 2 o'clock both of which were lost.
Mr Poppleton moved to adjourn uutll Mon
day, 9 o'clock, Lost.
Mr Campbell, to adjourn untill ,2 o'clock.
Pending which, Mr Abb, moved to adjourn
until Monday morning. 10 o'clock. Lost,
ayes 12 nays 20.
Mr Paddock, moved to reconsider th vote.
Mr Morton, moved to lay that on th table.
Mr Poppleton, moved to adjoura untlll Moo-
av morning at nuaur past it o ciocn, ay
and nay demanded, which etulted a follow:
aye 12, nay 20.
Mr Steinberger mnven to adjourn unuu won
ay mornini, at half-past U o'clock. Loit.
On mo' ion or Mr uampueu, me uouse toon
recess untill 2 o'clock.
House File No 47, an act for Stay of execu
tions in justice courts. Head the secoud time
and referred to committee on judiciary.
H F No 38, an act assigning Judicial Dis
tricts, of Supreme Court to respective Judges,
II F No 9, an act to estabalish a Territori
al Road, from Elkhorn City to Rock Port.
Also II F No 1, a bill to establish a Territo
rial Road from Tekainah to Fontenelle, report
of the committee adopted, and the bill passed.
Council Bill No 0 an act to incorporate the
town of Gr-ggsport, was takn up. On motion
of Mr Morton, it was ordered back to th
council for engrossment.
C B Jo 14 an act to incorporate me id.
versiry of Nebraska. Read th secoad time.
On motion or Mr striciciatia, me diii wasreaa
th third time by it title. Passed and the
till agreed to.
C B No 3 an act to Incorporate me town ot
Omadi In Dakota county; referred to the com
mittee on Corporation.
An act relating to Mectianics uens J pass-
A memorial and joint resolution for a daily
mall from Iowa City, Iwoa to the City of
umana, :i i pa"ea ana im oprceu m.
Memorial and joint resolution relative to a
new Survey district, for th Territory of Ne
A bill relative to new counties, and altera
tion of connty lines, referred to committee on
county seats to.
An act to provide ror tne erection or court
House and Jail in Otoe county N T.
A bill to establish a Toll Bridge or Ferry
across the Loup Fork of th Piatt River at
the town of Monroe in Monro eountv.
The joint resolution relative to th Delerate
In Conpres wa then taken up.
Mr Poppleton. moved to post-pone, lost
13 to 10.
Mr Strickland moved to lay Mr Steinbenrer's
amendment on the table, carried, IV to 14.
Mr Armstrong, offered an amendment to Mr
Strickland motion, lost.
Mr Crswford, offered an amendment or a
substitute to th resolution now pending $ it
wa ruled out or order.
Mr Hollowav. moved previous question
Speaker decided that no debate would be si
lowed on previou question. An appeal was
taken, which resulted ss follows i ayes 23,
nsys 0, the decision or the chair was sustain
Mr Poppleton, moved a reconsideration of
the vote ruled out or onier.
Armstrong, moved to lay tne main question
on tn table ; ruled out or order.
The question now being; " Shall the nam
question be now put? "
Th ayes and nays were demanded and re
suited a follow, aye 20 nay 11.
Mr j'oppieton, moved a reconsideration
ruled out of order.
Th resolution now passed, 21 to 12.
On motion th preamble was adopted.
Mr Poppleton, moved to reconsider th vote
by which the resolution was adopted; lost,
iv to iu.
Oa motion th House adjourned.
To th Houa of Reprcentative of th
United State in Congre assembled.
Where, ths Hon. B. B. Chapman fs con
testing th right of Hon. Fenner Ferguson to
his seat in your body as Delegate from th
Territory of Nebraska, and believeing it to be
a duty devolving upon as, as Representatives
of th people, to advis yor Honorable body
of tbelr wishes and sympathies la th pre mi -la.
Therefor b it Resolved by th Council
and Hous ot Representative of ths Territory
of Nebraska t
let. That a vry larg majority of tb peo
ple of th Territory at Nebratka believe that
th Hon. Fenner Ferrueon was fairly and le
gally elected Delegate from tb Territory of
Nebraska. Consequently, they will be alow
to believe that efforts front any soure will
avail anything to deprive them of th Repre
sentative of their choice, and a Represent
ative in whose eapacUv, Integrity, fidelity and
incorruptibility tb-y taw tb fullest confidence
2nd. That ths whole people of th Territory
Indignsntly repel th foul aspersions at
tempted to b cast upon th character of th
la Chlfcf Justlc of th Territory, the pre
nt Dlegat elect, charging in effect, perjury,
under th preemption law of the United Sta
te, knowing, as they do, that such charges
and aspersions ar maliciously false, and en
tirely unfounded, coming from what source
they may, and they cannot but believe that
such slanderous and libelous charges htvt
been made In the hop or expectation that th
right of th Delegate elect to his seat would
be prejudictd thereby.
3rd. Th foregoing Preamble and Resolu
tions shall be signed by th Preildent of th
Council and th Speaker of th House of Rep
resntatives, certified to by th Clerk of eich
body, and a copy of th am be forwarded
by laid Clerks to th Speaker of tht Houwtof
Representative of th United State, Hon.
Fenner Ferguson, and Hon. B. B. Chapman.
Local & Territorial.
The young men of this City have or
ganized a Debating Society, to be called
the Sarpy County Lyceum. Their next
meeting will be on Monday evening, Dec.
28th. The subject to be disscussed, is
" Would the acquisition of Cuba, be ben
eficial to the United States.
A public school has bcon opened nt the
School House, in this City.
A Know mo Doo. Our worthy Tost
Master, L. B. Kinney, owns a dog nam
ed Bose, whose sagacity often shows thnt
he is not to be foiled in his pursuit of
game under difficulties. A few days ago
he was observed to leave the house and
commence digging in the earth near by.
He continued till he reached a mt hole,
and finally came upon an old rat w hich he
immediately dispatched. He continued
to dig awhile longer, till the earth becamo
so hard that further progress appeared
difficult. Not being satisfied to give up
he deliberately walked into the house,
and seized a kitten by the back, and car
ried her to tbo mouth of the hole where
a a a s n
he had leit on nigging. itie kitten on
being released, crawled into the hole and
caught four young rats. This seemed to
gratify Bose, who walked off with thnt
triumphant air, that always attends suc
cess. Toe School MatTta has Aaaivro.
We received the following communica
tion from " uncle Bill," which we pub
lish verbatim tl literatim :
Bellvwe December 21st
as thare has bin so much
said a bouto the Lades and liatchlers of
Nebraska allow me to say a few wordea
on bothe threw your spicey paper the
Batchlors ascotiation known as the plato-
man boldea thare rugelar meting once
every weeck the last meeting nas ruiher
a funey afare for sun in as thare wure a
hall next Doore on the a ne ravening
munf-y of oure Balchler frends absconded
but that wood not anscer thare was
acomity apomted to arest them forth with
which was done when brote before the
council thay Looked triltcv and quite
soure fore they knew tLny hade broke
the Laws as Lade downc in the order the
Judgn Lcved A fine on them w hitch was
paid ruiher reluctantly by the bereaved
now frends and Batch Lors lake warning
by this to obay the Laws and never gow
yours uncle Bill
now all of yow old Batchlores of urth
every mothers tone of Lves fare Burth
to Lete or to Leese fore the turm of life
A Butiful yung Maide in the way of wife
she yung and hansome cpry and tall
for further pariickulars enctiire of all
Gracious! uncle Bill! what do you
call that! Phonetics? or are you sick!
We should naturally infer that you are
laboring under a constitutional weakness
of the brain ; or else at an early period
of youth, you inadvertently swallowed die
" Elementary Spelling Book," at one gulp,
and it has not yet operated. Were we to
prescribe in your cae, we should recom
mend numerous lessons in " abs,M and if
you are successful in reaching "dog,"
at the end of the first six months, you
might, with stfety, add " Mother Goose,"
to your studies."
We are indebted to Mr. Pike, for a
fine lot of apples. We hope that Mr,
Pike will do to some more."
A Valuable Discovesv. From the
Hon. John M. Taggart, Representative
from Dodge county, in our Legislature, we
learn that large quantities of Peat, have
been discovered in the Platte Valley, ex
tending from North Bend, westward sev
A division of Dakota County, la pro
posed by the citizens of the northern part
of that County.
Judge Wakely lectured at Omaha, last
evening, belore the Library Association
Subject, ' Thoughts on the American
A 50tb r a Omaba Swikdie. -The
merchants of Omaha now ref ise to take
three cent coins foe five cents bm will
take tli'm for two arjdj s, h!f cents.
1I A It II 1 1 I,
On ths 10th Inst, st th bout of tlie krlds'S
fsther, by Stephen D. llsngs E-n, of thtsetty.
William Frank to Ablah Lucy Fisher, both of
Tbo money's scire and credit's rare,
OIJ Bschelore need not ds.pslr
For tru (Tec tion alwsys claim,
That Ladles still should chang their names.
Corrected weekly by Claskb fc Bsothis,
Forwarding an 4 Com. Merchants.
Flour Family, $4,78 per M lbs
F.stra Superfine, $3,23 00 "
- Fine, $1.!V0.
Meal $3 60 per 100 lbs.
Apples Green, $(1,00 Dried, $3 M.
Peaches 4 00.
Butter New 40 to 60 c V It
do Old packed, 2J to 30 V -
Beana A Ml V bua.
Corn AO V bush.
Beef 6 to Cc.
Dried Beef 20c per lb.
. Halt O. A., per sack, f 3 50.
F.irss 3Se M dox
Hides Dry, 0c
do Green, 2 1-2
Hay $1 00 ((V $0 OOtf tun
Itrsn. 30 cents per bush.
Pork Fresh, $4 per hun.
I.srd 18 e n.
Onions $3 (VOVbus.
Telts Sheep 60c
Wood Cotton, 3.50, Hard. 5,00.
Lumber Cottonwood sheafs: 'JS V m
do e-q. eilged 30 00 "
do Oak, Walnut, Rasewood $15 00
In Pine aidine, clear $55 00 V in.
do Flooring 2d $t'5 00
1st $75 Oil
Boards, $50 ( $75 oe
Shingles Pine $8 60 ( $0 60 V m.
" Cottonwood $5 00
Lath Pin $12 00 per m.
Doore " $3 50 $1 75 each.
Saah $1 OOfTvS'i 1-4 per casement.
IShereby given, that I will no' pav a certain
nroinUsunr not riven to a Mr.Mltler. dat
ed at Bellevue, N. T., on or ibout th 10th !
Nov. 157 t nd due 90 day from date, for
nineteen dollars and eighty-seven cents, or
thereabouts. I hereby warn and notify any
and all persons, from purchasing said note,
as I was deceived by said Miller, and hare
not received any value, for the ism.
E. N. UPJOHN.
Tlellevue, K. T. Dec. 22, 1K57.
No Comet !
BUT COLD WEATHER & GOOD
Tn 3NTo1oirdrtsl5.a !
rp HE cltlrens know and feel this cold weath
I er i and those that ar sleeping, awak I
If swnk, walk I if walking, run I If running,
fly I lo the Tin snd Stove Store of Sau'l
bnvder, anu proviue youneivee wmi enrii
tides in his line, as you may want, before it is
too late. Com Bll mat sr sunenng irom
the cold, and I will sell you stove that will
comfort you, In this cold region. Now is your
only chance, ss I am selhne good, cheeper
than tey can be bought In bt. Iul-.
Fontenell Money and country produce, tak
en in exchange for the same.
I hav a house and lot, which I will sell
cheap. Read and run to
Itf Bellevue, opposite th printing ofllre.
MR. R. M. PIKE, still continues to keep at
his old stand, on Misaion Avenue, eaet
of Main Street, fresh Groceries, of all kinds,
of tb beet quality. Alio, a chulc lot of
He has fitted up, In Uie rear of his store, a
Wber he will furnih wsrm inesl. or cold
lunch, st all hours of th day, inctuJing th
following dishes : i
Roant Beef, Oyster.
Corned Beef, Sardine,
Pickled Tongue, Wild time,
Pickled Tripe, Hot Coffee,
Pigs Feet, Aud Te.
His customer, snd the public generally, ar
Invited to civ Liu a call.
Nov. 20. ltf
Establishment in Omaha
WM. FRODSHAM, having retired from
the Ut Arm of Keinu a. FrodsUam,
ha opened a new store at No 3, Capt. Down'
building, between the Methodet Church, w here
he invite his old patrons to giv him a call.
Tim pieces and Jewelry, of every deoenp
tion, neatly and expeditiously repaired. 6ml
W. XL, Longadorf,
GRADUATE of Penn. College of Dental
Surgery, respectfully announce to the eit
iien of Belleeue, and vicinity, that be I now
prepared to practice Dentistry, ta all It va
Oinc hours from 2 till 5, P. M.
TB hereby ctven. to James Ganetson, that I
X will sppr at tb Land Offic, ta Omaha,
n 6sturdsy, Dec. to, at 10 o'clock, A. M.,
to trov my rUrht to pre-empt th S. W. quar
ter of totlon 7, In township 13, in rang 13,
east of th Cth Principal Mercian, in Ne
braska Territory. iA MK8 WARREN.
TrRING myahsenes la th east. V H.
i JL' Harvey, will bo in my rc to sttetwi to
'u-i form. (,7) W, H. CO"i.
THE undersigned hav opened, nesr U
Printing Otflce, in Bellevue, a larg and varlJ
assortment of Goods. Among ths vsrletf
msy be found
hheetlnc, ' '
GRIND-8T0XES, CHAIN!, at..
Together with a quantity of
Boots cs SHOO0
Begars, Rakes, Ropes, Horee-collsrs, Carpet
sacks, Window Hsah, Doors,
TEA8 AND SUGARS
Toboeco, Queenswsr, Gilssswarr, Hour,
Crackers and a great many mor articles.
They keep cnnitsntly on hand, a large as
sortment of good .
Vf lues and Liquors,
Warranted ths best quality cheap for task.
n37tf J. P. HORN CO.
LOUIS r. SASTELS.
CARTELS & METZ.
WOULD reepectfully announce to th In
habitants of Belleuv, and vlelnlty,
that they hav opened a store, on the corner
or Main and 21.1 Streets, and now offer for
sale, a variety of goods, which ar ntlrely
new, consisting of
Dry Goods and Clothing,
iloots and Shoes,
Paints and Paint Brushes,
Oils and Varnish,
Window Glass of all sixes,
China and Glass Ware,
Hals and Caps,
Th alov articles ar of th first quality,
and a on of us remains constantly tn bt.
I.ouls, selecting goods, and watching th mar
ket, w feel confident that w can sell as
cheap, or cheaper, than any on elie la Lb
Th public ar invited to give us a rail ana
examine th goods for themelves.
We will buy miner's prouuc at in BigbMi
Give us a csll, st th new store, corner of
Msln aud 21st Streets, Bellerue, Mbraka
Bellevue, Sept. 10, 18S7. 411
JOS. W. LOWRIE, practical Cabinet Mak
er, informs ths people of Btllevus and vl
elnlty, that he is now prepared to repair, var
nish, or to make to order, ia th best manntr,
any article of furniture which they may de
sire to have, at his shop, la Cbass's building,
lT Coffins made In any style, atth short
est possible nolle. J. W. L.
Sept. 10. 44tf
rriHE co-partnership, heretofore eiistlng,
X between Coflman It Stoddard, has bees
this dsy dissolved, by mutual consent. The
business will be continued by J. F. ColTmaa,
and all dues and debts of ths concern, will bo
settled by him.
J. F. COFFMAN.
M. W. STODDARD.
Bellevue, Oct. 21, 157. 4150.
THE subscriber received from tb Florilda,
on her last trip down, one box of Books,
marked John S. Bowen, Omaha City. Tb
owner Is requested to call and psy charges,
and take the sam away.
CLARKE ft. BRO.
Bellevue, Dee. 10, 1957. 3tl .
UTkHE undersigned, having purchased the
4JL atock in trade, of Palmer k. Averill.tho
business will be csrrled on, as heretofore, at
the old stand, under th nam and atyls of
Win. C. Averlll It Co.
WM. C. AVERIIX.
61 W. H. LONGSDORF.
TVfESSRS. OLIVER k. STONE, have) pw
ill. chased of II. Cook Griffith, his entlr
interest in the butchering btisine, and will
hereafter be found at his old eland, oa Mis'n
Avenue, east or Main Mrett, under S. M.
Pike's Grocery snd Provision Store, wber
they will be happy to wsit upon bis eld cus
tomers, and all others who may choos to
favor tbeio with their patronage.
GEORGE A. OLIVER.
Oct. 29. Cm51 CHARLES 8TOXE.
I HAVE just opened a first class Saloon, In
the Store room formerly occupied by John
Cuase, where the public can always. Iud a
good supply of Oysters, Kiirdines, SegaMaod
the beet Liquors in the cllv. . ,
A HOT LUNCH. erved dallv, except Run
day, from 11 to 12 v'clork, -V M., fie to my
Give me a call, and sstisfy yourselves. -,
iJ v"A good pries paid for all kind of same,
62tf - ' , LOWRIE..
WM. C. AVERILL & CO.
BELLEVUE, NEBRASKA TERRITORT.
DEALERS is Dry Goods, Groeerle, Hard
ware, Hat and Caps, Boots an4 Shoos,
-mW V,ritti(Va) A
W will sU our goods, at. Jow prices, ana
for ready pay only. 52
CLEANED AND REPAIRED.
MR. O. W. BUTTON, frm Ball, Black ,
Co.', New York, will be found at th
old Stand of Kemp at Frodsham, in Omaha,
wher hs will attend to th repairs-it; of
Watches and Jewelry, of all kinds, ta tb
most workajsa-llk mnnr, and warranted to
ci-e entire satisfaction. ' '
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