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About Bellevue gazette. (Bellevue City, N.T. [i.e. Neb.]) 1856-1858 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1858)
TH lnW i Cwwp'wowri met .yes.
ceived proposals tJt building two bridges
'tcroii rrfillion Creek, and awarded ihm
contract of the Watson liridge.on line be.
'tween Sec. 3, and 10, Township 14, N.,
Range 13, E., to Maj. W. R. Watson
ni A. )V. Trumbull, and the other on
Terrhorial road from Omaha to Cedar
Island, iq Hon, Amos Gates, of Saling's
w William O. .Pearce of Platte Valley,
and Barton Sternberg of Hellevue, have
jbeen appointed constables for the Belle
'We have received from C. C. Wool,
.worth, Omaha, the Parlor Casket, Wave.
' Ijr Magaiine, and .Harper's 'Weekly.
Woolworth'a is the only place in Omaha,
' Where the late publications are for sale.
), -. i. "t '
- We are still having mild and pleasant
.weather.!'. There is no snow, and the
Toads are now nearly as dry as they are
in aummer. . .
't . A large number of Indians are en-
camped in the vicinity of Niobraiah.
It is stated that a large rein of coal, of
food quality, has been discovered hear
Punca City.. - t7 .-f ii n "
pelegations of Pawnees, Puncas, and
-Pottowetamie Indians, numbering 39, had
'an interview with the President, Dec. 21,
at the White House. The auditory was
Jafge,, including many ladies and Sccreta
riea Cobb, Floyd and Thompson.' The
.Pawnees were accompanied by Win. II.
Dennison,' their Agent, and Samuel Aids,
interpreter. The chiefs and braves were
"nceoutercd as befitteth the Indian warrior,
each having his tomahawk constantly in
hand. They evidently seemed to think
. that the business that they were on, called
for an extra consumption of ochre and
other coloring matter. '
. In a card published in the Demoine
Journal,' signed by B. F. Allen, F. JL
West, and R. W. Sypher, late proprietors
of the Nebraska Bank, they state that
they " are individually responsible for all
the 'outstanding circulation of that Bank,
igncd by U. F. Allen, President, and
Sam. Moffat, Cashier, and will with
draw it as' soon as circumstances will
fmitt'.v- ' .". ; ',. .'
K Voods,. of Oimaha, has pur
fhased the' Jewelry establishment of AN
exandec Kemp, where he will sell 'Jew.
lry at ffedueed prices. ' Read hii adver
li(ejuent, in this day paper. - - '
er'n.i k . . ; i" ; ' ' '
" Secretary Cuming is lying dangerously
ill, at his residence i in Omaha.
JM. McNeil has disposed of his' inter.
eti (n the Douglas House, at Omaha,' to a
Mr. Tarr. ' The landlords of the Douglas
have (been numerous. i ."::
DIED. , i r
.In Bellevue, K. T. Jan. 5th, in the 20th year
of her age, Mrs. Marcia M. Russell, of in
flammation of the brain. "
- Jan. ftth, of Croup, Warren C, son of James
inl Marcia Russell, ssed 7 months.
. .('.There has pissed away from onr fireside
Th.weaUh of a love untold." ' w
"'sr'ce, three months liad passed' since Mrs.
$usel came ia us, young, hopeful and iinbi.
tlowsVwinnin universal admiration sad love
by the etreetrjess with which was mingled In
ber character, tlie buoyancy and lightbearted
nss of childhood, with the. holier charms of
met entity--the more sacred - duties of 'the
faithful wife and mother, "
The skill o our. best physicians, a bus.
bud's tireless watchfulness, a sister's un
failing tendernees, the sympathy and aid of
neighbors and friends, were powerlees here.
Seitaer love nor care, could stay the failing
breath, or win back the departing spirit, and
as we saw her body consigned to the (rave, in
life's sweet prime, many a tearful eye and
quivering lip, attested to the deep sympstby
felt for that bereaved hueband, that desolate
home and those motherless babes, , ,,
' Mrs. Russell was the youngest daughter of
Mr. Warren-Green, formerly of Franklin,
Delaware Co, N. Y.
Tlowsadjy must fall upon the hearts of
those aged parents, the knowledge that the
youngest of their household band one so long
the joy and pride of ber childhood's home, lias
so early found a grave, so far removed from
the friends of ber youth. . .. .
'It seems a principle inherent In our nature,
to wish to guard with reverential cars end
tenderness, the sleeping dust of loved frieade,
and the Cemetery of any new plsee, must in
deed seem lonely and neglected, in compart
sen with the beauty, bloom and fragrance that
se afte surround them la the test. , But wild
ftewere will spring up luxuriantly here, ia
place ef cultivated enea there. The birds
wfl p .forth as Joyous melody here j the
sua shine and the dew. rest as lovingly as if
she were laid U rest ia her owa satire vale j
and none there are who knew ber but will
somettmee visit the grave of that fair young
mother and her lnfnt child. . .
, la early life she became a member of the
Baptist Society, eonsecreating her heart and
Us affections to ber Savior, and her friends are
comforted by theakshrancSthA through the
dtrfcj Vartejr and shadows off desth, she was
S'isij,'y mm, tti . ,,,,
A Canadian gentlemau, Mr. Isaac IUwhn
an bo has just been elected a member of the
Provincial Parliament, has ereated a sensation
smnng his constituents by declaring himself
in favor of the form of government existing la
the U. R. and this avowal ef Repuliran senli
ments did not In the leset diminish his popu
Isrity. Mr. Buchanan's partiality for Re
publican institutions may be accounted for,
ears the N. Y. Times, from the fact of his
being a son ef the late Janet Boehaaan, for
many years British consul In New York,
where the II per si Canadian spent the early
part of his life.
It Is said that the laet turvivr of the Wv
omlng masesers is Jeremiah Spencer, now of
Torringford, Conn., M veare old, and lu full
possession of all his fseultie, mental and
physical. The massacre took place eighty
years ago but Mr. Spencer, remembers his
psssage down the ladder from the chamber
where he slept, In his mothers arms, and their
flight Into the wilderness.
Tli regular meetings of ' Nebraska
I-odpe, No. 1R4, of Free and Accented
Masons, wilt be held at Masnnle Hall,
on the second and fourth Tuesday evenings of
each month, at 8 1-2 o'rloek. T
J j. B. KINNEY, WM. ,
i. o. o. r. ' M- !
Tlie refnlar meetings of Bellevn Lodce,
No. 4, will be hold on Saturday evening of
each week, at 7 o'clock, P. M. Brother of
the nrder who m.ir be in our city on that
evening, are respectfully invited to attend.
8. A. STRICKLAND, N. G.
F. M. DAVKNPORT, Sec'y.
' : Mall Arrangements
' Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 0
o'clock, P. M. , , . ,
Sundavs, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, at 9
o'clock, "P. M.
WESTERN MAIL' '
esdavs. Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 6
0 Z I 2 s V 3 U 0 2
Tuesdavs, Thursdays, and Sundays, at 0
o'clock, P. M. .
SOUTHERN MAIL. . ' . ,
.! , AKBIVBS ' . .,11
Tuesdavs, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at V
o'clock, P. M. '
. , j CLosts, ; i -1 r
Mondays, Wednesday.', and Fridays, at 10
'clock, A. M.
Mondays, Wednesdays, aud Fridays, at 10
'clock, A. M.
Tuesdsys, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 9
o'clock, A. M.
Office epen on Sundavs, enl v from 6 o'clock
P. M. to Soloek P. M. This rale will be
strictly adhered to.
L. B. KINNEY, P. M.
Correct"d weekly by Claske A. BeoTjir.a,
Forwarding and Con. Merchants.
1 lour txtra Superfine, f,Q per 99 lbs.
.... " Fine, $4,00. ,. . , . . ;
Meal $2 per 100 lbs. : ,i
Apples Green, $0,011 Dried, $3 50.',.
Peaches V , .. .4 00. , j , .;,.
Butter .New 40r r lb
do : Old packed, 23 to 30c V V
Beans $ I 50 Y bus. ......
Corn 60 (t bush, .
Oats 50c .. i , .
. Beef 0 to 7c. . . - .
. Dried Beef 20e per lb.
Salt C. A., per sack, $3 SO. ,
F.gge 23c V dot
Hides Dry, 7c
do Green, S
Hay $4 00 $6 OOVtna
Bran. 30 cents per bush.
Pork Fresh, $0 to $7 per bun.
. Lard 15 e f D
(mioiis $3 50 V bus. ,
Potatoes 50. ,
Telta Sheep 50e .
do Coon25e .i
Wood-Cotton, a.50. Hard, 5,00.
Lumber Cottonwood sheat'g 25 V m
' do sq. edged - $30 OO i
do Oak, Walnut, Baaswuod $45-00
d Pine siding, clear $55 00 m 1 :
- do . Flouring 2d A5I0 rv'i -'.
. ... ..(I .. 1st ; $7500 -.: f.-t'U
Boards, $50 (A $75 00 ... . .!
Shingles Pine $S 50 ( $9 50 t m.-
Cottonwood $5 00 . - t, .
Lath Pine .1 . $12 00 perm. '
.. Doors " $3 6 (si $1 75 each. ' " '
. Sash $1 00 (a, $2 14 per easement. '
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. '
nOR sale, a good quality of Flour, at $3.7
L per sack, at the store of
0 BARTELS . METZ.
To tixo mxlDllo.
THE undersigned having purchased the en
tire stock m Jewelry, formerly owned by
Alex. Kemp, is prepared to sell the asms at
25 per cent less than was ever offered in this
city before, as room must be made for a large
spring assortment. The-stock eonsists of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, Clocks,
Setts of Cameo, Coral, Enamel, Painted,
Gold Stone, Masonic, and Mourning Jewelry,
Broaches, Ear Drops, Cuff Pins, Shirt Stud's,
Lockets, Bracelet, Ring. Gold, Silver, and
Plaited Gaard, Fob and Vest Chains, Gold
and Silvsr Spectacles. Also splendid as
sortment of MORTON'S CELEBRATED
GOLD PENS. Also Musical Instruments,
Cutlery, Port Monies, Pouches, Card Cases,
A fine stock of Rifles, Shot Guns, Revolv
ers, fcc., which will be sold at a small ad
vance above cost, as the subscriber wishes to
go out of the gun business.
All kiads f repairing done with acatness
and dispatch by competent workaaea,
I still continue to take Omaha Scrip, Weo
tera Exchange, Neaaaba Valley, eaetera mon
ey, or gold and silver, ia exchaage fee goods.
ty&tor a 12th Street, one door from
Farnham, and directly opaoeite the Western
Exchange Bank, Omaha, N.T.
Please call and examine geode and erieee.
- . T. W. WOODS.
Omaha, Jan. 12ih, 1858 . nt9
W. n. Iongadorft . , v,
RADUATB of Penn. Coliere f Dental
J fiurrery. resnectfully annesineeta the eit.
ixeas ef Bellevue, aad vicinity, that he Is now
prepsred to practice Dentistry, in all Its vm
noua prsMaea. a i
OUss hoars fr-m ? till I, P. M.
NOTICE is hereby riven, that by Virtae,
ai d la pursaance f a Deed ef Mortgage
executed by Alfred KelWiw, to the under sign,
ed dated December 18th, A. D. 1857. to se.
cure the sura of Fifteen Hundred and Forty
Sis Dollars and Eighty-four cents, In the fol
lowing manner, to wit i 9K) on the 20th day
of Deeember A. D. 1857, 1500 on thetHh day
of January 185, and the residue on the 9in
day of March A. D. 1858, and Recwd.d In
Book B. of land Recorde, of Sarpy countv,
N. T. Page 291,8,3 one of the conditions In
the ssld mortgage ia, that default being made
In the payment of, either of said notes, tlie
whole should Immediately become due. snd
f arable, sad defsult having been made In the
wo first, named notes, andlulerest thereon)
and this being the third time, said mort
rage hue been renewedi now therefore, by vir
tue ef the 'Authority In me vested, by said
Deed of Mortgage, I will p'oceed to sell, ac
cording to the conditions tlierriu set forth, to
the highest bidder for cash, at public sale, in
the city f Bellevue, N. T. before the door of
the Bellevue House, on Saturday, the 3rd day
of ApriUA. D. 1859. at 10 o'clock. A.. M. all
the following! described property, to wit the
u-dlvitled one ha If of Block Nil 13 in the city
of Benvue,-8arpv'co." TtT.' according to
Survey made by S.'W T. 8hlmonsky i lSOj
snd a ho, all the undivided hslf of th rvrtnin
piece or pan el of land situated and lying In
the county of Sarpy snd Territory of Nebraska
and known sind aescribsd as foflxws, to wit i
commencing at a post Sliii rods North, bt 1-1
East of the S .W Torner of see 13, lownnliip 13
range -13 F. of the 0 principnl meridian.
Thence north 47 1-2 west 23:5 rod to a cotton
wood stump, thence N 31 E 'Mi rods to a pout
thence S 17 1-2 K 23;S rU to a pnt, tlinc
8 30 W Hid rodst place of be:ining ; als nil
the improvements aiul ouildiugs, cousisilng in
part, of one steam saw tuili and the tenement
hereditament and appurtenances thereof, sub
ject nevertheless, to a Deed of Mortgage, to
secure the pa vme.t f Two Tlioininiid Two
Hundred Dollars, ($2200) it being a prior
mortgage and having precedence over all
lit-8 V. A. OWYER. Mortgagee
IS hrrsby given, to Charles Van Alsline,
. and all others, whom it my concern) to
appear at the Lanl Office, In tawibs cityn
Saturday the 23rd day. of January 1H5H t at 11
o'clock,' A. M. . Then' and there to offer such
evidence, as you may have in support tCyeur
respective claims, tnthe N half. offh S F.
auarter, section No 32 and the W half of the
W quarter see 33,. Township 14, Range 13
E. The entry having been returned, for rein
vestigation, by the Commissioner of the Land
ENOCH Mc CARTY.
CORN & COB MILL.
A Penny Sred ia Worth Two Pence
Earned; kJ. .
THE aubeeriber has one of th Little Giant
Corn Mills, where any one can come,
end grind commit, for every tenth bushel.
You caa make very good meal In it for stock,
grind your com en the cob, by so doing you
will make arrest serine, ss one bushel, eo
ground is worth two to feed to stork without,
tl 7 A ; ! V ,1 REUBEN LOVEJOY.
Jan. llth 183?, , , , ., S
ALL persons indebted tot! e undersigned Sre
requested to call at once.and settle their ae
oitt)ts. Tli o e who cannot pay the cash, or
rood mere' antahl produce, we want to close
their account!, hv note, we hone (hi. Invitation
will be reeponded to as tit accounts for 1857
mini ie rinsea. unrt me Ttr.t or January
1858, we will sell goods at reduced prices for
cash, or good eos. The highest price paid
tor ureen ana ury nines
SF.ATON tt ROWLES.
I r (
AND CQRN MEAL.
THE best of flonr for four dollars per sack,
corn-mesl for two dollars per ssck. For
sale by ' RITBEN LOYUOY.
Bellevue, Dec 29th,' '57 ' ' ' 6
rrtHERE will be a meeting of tlt : "tt&eV
L holders of the Bellevue Printing Press, at
Bowen and Strickland's office, on Saturday,
eve lug, at 7 o'clock A. M. January 23rd 1858.
All the stockholders, will take ftntice, that
those refusing, failinC, of 'neglertlng, to rep
recnt said slock, and pay buck assessments
if any there are, and saeli assessments as oliall
be wade at said meeting, will forfeit their
amount of stock In said pro..
SILAS A. STRICKLAND.
i4t . ,- . Director and Acting Agent.
.,' .1 xii-i-. '
BUT COLD WEATHER & GOOD
Xrx 3Jo1orVQlJL !
. . f .... . r
TIHE cltlsena Vsew and feel this cold weath-
er and thoae that are sleeping, awake !
if awake, walk I U walking) ran 1 if ranning,
fly 1 to the Tin and Stove Store of Sam'l
Snyder, and provide yourselves with such ar.
ticlee in his line, as you may want, before it ia
too late. Come all that ara auff.rinr frnm
tlie cold, and 1 will sell yoi atnyes that will
coiniorx you, intnis com region, now it your
niy cnance, as i am selling goods, cheaper
than tiey can be bought In St. Leuis.
' Fontenelle Money and country produce, tsk
a In exchange for the same.
I hsva a house and lot. which f will .'.11
cheap. Read and run to
M Bellevue, opposite, the printing office.
THE undersigned having been fleeted General
Agent, of Mhe Bellevue Land Claimn In ths
absence of Col Benton, the President, is the
only person authorised to tunsact any busi
ness for and in the name of said Association.
The office of the company, Is Uie office of
Bowen L Strickland, Bellevue, N. T.
' L. u Bowrv, f ' '
MR. 8. M. PIKE, still continues to keep at
his old stand, on Mission Avenue, east
of Msln Street, freeh Groceries, of all kinds,
of tlie best quality. Also, a choice lot of
lie has fitted op, In the rear of his store, a
Where be will furnish warm meals, or celd
lunch, st all hours of the day, Including the
following oisnes i-.
Corned Beef, ',
His customers, and tbs public generally, sre
invited to give him a call,
Nov: 28. ' ' ttf
-A. 3NToxv- "WdTttola.
r- AND i
Vrr sr.- frods h am. nVving ' ret frV'i" fVom
V V the late firm of Kemp k Frodsham,
hss opened a new ntnre. at No 3, Cnpt. Down's
bulldinr, between the Methodst Church, where
he Invites his old initrons to give him M rnll.
Time pieces and Jewelrv, of every de.prlp
tlon, neatly and expeditiously repaired, flml
IS hereby given, that I will nor pay a certain
proinlsory note riven to a Mr. Miller, dat
ed at Hellevue, N. T., on ar About the )9tb
Nov. 1R37; nnd due Ort ilnys frptn date, for
nineteen dollars snd 'eighty-seven cenle, or
thereabouts. I hereby w.tru and notify any
and all persons, from purchasing laid note,
as I was deceived by said Miller, and, have
not received any value, for the same.
' " . ' C. N. UPJOHN.,
' Bellevue, N. T. Dee. 22, 1837. ..... , 3t5
ur.i.i.nvtK LOTH for sali:.
LOT n, Block 1W. L. 6, B. 102, L. S, B. BS3.
2, ,t ' 24 17. 4, 44 129.
: v, " 3, , " 171, "II, US "11, m l.
. J 23, - s, IM, via . I7
" 10.11.12, 2t(, 4, " 40.
Out Lot 21, in Bennett's nr. i
" . 25, in Bottom. i - :
. Also, an undivided 1-2 of Block 15. tt 213.
Price, 11M. Enquire of
' HORACE r.VERFTT,
At his Banking House, Council Bluffs, or
41 , , . J. B. JENNINGS, Bellevue.
lcy-vtr db Salt.
Qk BARRELS Apples, 50 Sacks or Fancv
0J City St. Louis Flour, 50 Sacks AG
Salt, 93,00 per Sack, for sate for cash, by
3tl i ' " ' . . CLARKE It PRO.
TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA, i
COUNTY OF SARPY. I
TVTOTICE is hereby riven, that sesled ere
ll posals, will be reeieved at the olfice of
the County Clerk in Bellevue, up to Wednes
day, the 20th day, of the present month i for
finishing, a Bridge, across the Papillion Creek
on Section line between 3 Sod 10, Township
13, north of Range 13, east i known ae the
Watson bridge, and alio for building, a bridre
at 'he junction of said creek on Territorial
roau. ruiunc iroin uinana city, to uedar Island
.ijuicuv nuivn. iu um a.s-Tea oy county
bonds. Tlans and specifications ean be eeen
at the county clerk's olHce in Bellevue
The county Commissioners .will meet st
s.i id office, on Wednesday, 20th day of Jan
uary 18jS j to examine aud act upen th said
, Jfy order or County Commissioners,
STEPHEN D. BANGS.
Bellevue, Jan. 4th 1858 County clerk.
List or Letters
Remaining in the Post Office In Btlevue
'or the Quarter ending, December 31 1857. ,
Adams John , Ayers Wm'F. ? .
" ' . B ,' .-'tii
Bette Margarett Ann Brown Aaroa ,
Blakehart G ' ' ' .' Reyme Freeman F j
"Boyer Samuel 4 Berry Benjamin
Billjngton John L , ''Bleakburn Aboer i ,
Benton N O rfco' Brue Wm II 1
Bailey Jam- 2 JBexry JIarriapn 2
Camp4lxnJt.8 . C,loss C W' , , ,
' Campbell Ira,' CopLm W
Carr Adam " ' " ' Cannon Ed , ' '
' Denton' Lewis' '' ; poll A , '
DentouJohn W :'' " - '"
rr r,il .v.:tc ;if , . r I
' Eceleitoa John F Elithorpe, ' k. Koipe
Fish C ' ' Franklin John "
Goer Peter Green Joseph 3 '
Gibbs B V ' v ' Gritntb II Cook 7 '
Haines Henry 2 ' 1 Henry Wllllim 2
.. , i.,.- ,-, M ;
Mty Minnie Mills Iisse '' "
Mildowney James ' Me Gavern li?nrlett
.. y . , . . . ..
Nhroa Jabas If ' '
.iui f !i I-
Phillips DMi ' 1 Parsons Otis D
Renre Alar)er " Rsy John '
RebtftaJauea .nA v-iovii iiii-naW
' .''. ' ''' ! " '
, Spragns Henry T. ( Spear Chas C 3
btull Miss Lluabeth - Spear Mrs JVUry , -
' . T- ..J!
Tod.1 puKen W M rTaylor Joha i ;
Vinson Miss Maria ' ' lW '" '
l . r. i - VT i I ii ; ' ' '. A ' I I J
Wilkinson John F 3 WMirnm C.m W H
Willtams Clark Woodward John B
. Wallace John M Ward John 5
Persons calling for any of the above will
please say advertised.
, i L. B- KINNEY P- M ,.
: School. I ;: ;v
MRS. J. E. NYE, will again epea her
Kthool, on Wednesday, November 4th.
Grateful to the cltliens of Bellevue, for past
patronage, ehe asks Its continuaoee, hoping
she may be able to retain the approval and
confidence, that has been o kindly estended
to tier. ; There will be two terms of twelve
weeks each, ths ensuing winter. ,
For the fust rudiments of reading lad spell.
Ing, $1,00 a terui. , " 4
Common Englieh Irariches',' Aritmatlc,
Grsmmar and Gepcrsphjr, S,H0 a ternj, -lUeber
Flnglish ltrncns, r French. Ift.OO
THE undersigned have opened, a lsrrs
and commodious nsw store, on ths corner of
Main and 2Mb. Streets, In Bellevue, where a
varied assortment of Uoods may be found.
Among them ars
PHOVF.L - i t - IIAY-FORKS.
SPADES, ' TEA-KETTLKb,
GRIND-STONES, CHAINS, As.,
Together with a quantity of ..
BOOtS Ct3 OH.003C3
Segsrt, RnVes. Ropes, Horss-collars, Carpet
tacks, Window Hash, Doors, . ,
. TEAS AND SUGARS.
TuInkfo, Qiteensware, Glassware, Flear,
Crackers snd a great many mere articles. '
They keep constantly on hand, a large as
Sortiuent of good t
sYines and Liquors,
Warranted the beat quality j chsap for cash,
J. T. 11UH.1 at UU.
win r. KASri.l.l.
BARTELS & METZ.
WOULD respeetfully announce to the In
habitants of Relleuve, . and vicinity,
that they have opened a store, on the corner
of Main and 21t Streets, snd now offer for
sale, a variety of goods, which are eutirely
new, consisting of
Dry (jJckxIs and Clothing,
m lloots and Shoes, -
' ' Groceries; Liquors," 1 .. ) , 'i
' , ' ' Drugs, Medicines, ,
Paints and Ppint Brushes,
r' Oils aid Varnish,
,., Window Glass of all sues,
China and Glass V)
Pi ( t
Hals and Ca
':' ' '' Blankets and '
: v.v! : ;; : Kuroiores.
' The above articles are el the first quality,
and as ous of us remains constantly in St.
Louis, selecting goods, and watching tbs mar
ket, we fe confident that we can sell as
chesp, or cheaper, than anyone elee ia the
vet. , . , , ,
The public are invited to give tie a tall and
examine the goods for themselves.
We will buy farmer's produce at the highest
prices. , , ,
Give us a call, st tlie new etore, corner ef
main aui zist Streets, Bellevue, Jvearasks
Territory. t 4
Bellevue, Sept. 10, 1857. . " 4 ttf
JOS. W. LOWR1E, practical Cabinet Mak
er, informs the people of Bellevue and vi
cinity, that he Is now prepared to repair, ear
nish, or to make to order, hi the beet manner,
any article of furniture which they may de
sire to have, at hia shop, In Cbsse's building,
in Bellevue. " . "
Coffins msde In any style, at the abort,
est possible notice. " - J. W. L.
Sept. 10. ' ' ' 1 ' ' 44tf'
jrnilE nnderstgned, having purchased the
stock In trade, of Palmer A Aveiill, the
business will be carried on, as heretofore, st
the old stand, under ths name and style ef
Win. C. Averill A Co.
WM. C. 'AVERILL. ' '
M VT. If. LONGSDORf.
MESSRS. OLIVER A STONE, hsve par
chaeed of If. Cook Griffith, hie entire
intereet in the butchering bualness, and wilt
hereafter be found at his old stsnd, on Miss en
Avenue, esst of Main Street, tinder S. M.
Pike's Ore-eery and Provision Store, where
tbey will be happy to wait upon his old cus
tomers, and all others wbe msy. cheoee te
favor them with their Vstronags.
Oct. fimSlyJCHARLKS STONE.
7 A MO C--r.iAJT.S
HAVfl it opened a first class Saloon, in
the Store room formerly occupied by John
Chase, where the pnbHe ean alwaya 'find a
5ood supply of Oysters, Sardines. Segsre. and
je1 best Liquors In the city, ,
' A HOT hPNCH, served dsilv'i except Sun
day, from 11 to 13 o'clock. A. M., free to my
easterners. ' ' ' '
Give me a rail, and satisfy vonreetves.
Cy.S good pritt paid fet alfkiOds of rsme.
- a. Ui:LLEVrE BTom:. , : ;
BELLEVUE, NEBRASKA TERRITORY.'
rvrirrnci. n..c...i. . n..j
J ware, Ifata and Caps, Boots sad Sheee,
Croekery, Furniture, A. . ,,
We will sell oar goods, at low prices, sad
ior reiay pay psjiy,,, j . . . D2
NEBRASKA IN , 1857.
THIS work will again be resJy for delivery
by the 17th . Inst, The first supply wss re
ceived lat week snd wss Immediately aold. '
A new County Map, corrected by Mr. Ryers,
accoruiug io uie conuty oounaanea eetabiiso.
edbythe Legislatnrs-last I winter, bss beea
engraved evpresslv for the work, aad will tp
pesr in the next edition. i . . J. m
Besides a history of the Territory, tU con.
ditioa and proapecte, the wot k coauina the
claim laws of Sehraaka, and a digest of the
I nited States pre-emption laws, making a
complete pre-eaptav'a rulde. Every aare
Intereated la Nebraska ahould have a copy of
the work. Price, with the map, 75 eati
without the map, 50 centa, caagleeopieaauil.
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pan of the eouatry. , . ,
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Omaha, Jane 11, 8J7 32Lf Publisher.
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WNf. A. fjM'YF.R.
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no st on,
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ceive the most solid encouragement, and will
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ement which transcends all persons and par
ties and which alone mskee the basis of a
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with that body or men whien are m lavav ar
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whether public or private. is..
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thorn, John ii Whlttier,' Oliver Wendell
Holmes, James R. Lowell, 1. Lothro Mat
ley, Uvorge Wm.' Curtis, Herman Melville,
Prod". Cr C. Felton, Prolf. F. J. Child. E. t
Whipple, Edaiond Qulncy, Author of ''Wen.
aley.' Thomas -W. Tarsons, J. T. Tran
bridge, Author of " Neighbor Jackwaod" Ae.
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ther of Ruth" " Mary Burton " Ac. Mrs.
L. Maria Child, Mra. C. M. Kirkland, M tt.
Pike, Author of Ida May, Caste, ",Ae.
Miee. Rose Terry, Wlklie Collins Author of
"The Dead Secret". Ac. O.Bufflnl AiUharef
" Doctor Antonio" Ae. Jthirley Brooke Aue
ber af "Aspen Court1 A.. E. M. WhUty,
Author ef "Fellilcsl PorUalts" Ae. Jamea
Hanney Author of M Singleton Foatenoy " AS.
C. W. Phllleo Author of ? Twice Married.
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tlon and sale, In the more remote parte at tire
country, on or before' tne nrsi eay er ees a
month for which it Is intended. .'- i
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THE CH1CA.Q0 CITT J
OFFICE 1 1
Room No, 1 Masonic Tenant, DarVe
- Street, Chicago. ' -.: M
;';', 1 DIRBCTjORir ; :;7
roMrtiD cAHristD, it rat a rat
Isaac cook, , ' 'm' t. neaaoVL'
ii. a. WTcoor,nt.MfVl
EdmtiBd Canflald, Trt., Wm. f, BatM,
Beo'y, Henry ChapattB, Tra.
THIS Company waaaraiied on'Uie'lh
day of March, A. It ISftS, under a apec
lal charter from the legislature of IIHnoie,
aad bueineaa commenced under the moat fa
vorabla aaaplcea. Ite establishment bee bees)
open a firm and reliable basis, aad In -view af
its stability, eoundneee.and permanency, tank
ae one of the first Insaraace Compaaiee in the
eounjry. ; To those destreiie of protetta
themaelvea against luas or dsmsge by I ir, ae
perils of the ties, they beg leave to offer th
following . ,
. Meaere. Stone Wirt, Cleveland, Otii.
w imams & Avery. CUUago, Jtu "
Norton A Brather,7
Stone A Boaraev. a -'- r
II. 8. Durand, Pres. Racine A MiSvR:.RU
Geo. c. NorthrupaCaeh.t Racine Ca, Beak..
Wm. P. Lind, Eeo., Milwaukee. . .
J. O. Cotirne, Es.fRacioe. . ' ' ,
Ashley Gilbert, Cssh. Coin'l R'k.Thleatmv
Hetiry Farnham, President Chicago A Raekl
' Island Rail Road. , . .... .
Daniel P. Rhodes. Esq., Cleveland, Oaite.!"
Thomas Campbell, Esq., Springfield, III..
Iloa R. Chamberlin, St. Lanls, Me. ;
. Meesre. Wadsworth, Welts A Seyasati'
' Chicago, III. ' ' ' -
Meears. I. H. Bnreh A Co., Chicago Bsak.'.
Meeers. G. W. Ruer fc Ca. Chicago, 111. -"
Wm. Blancbsrd, F.aq., Morvia, lit - ' A
Messrs. II. C. A a C. Cook A Co.j W.
ford. III. .
..Messs. Ik i.kr AAa.:nulO
Messrs. Judd, Smith A Watt, Disan, UL
Nehsmiah Case, Esq., .Buffalo, N. Y.
Wem. B. Fuady, Esq-. Sprinrfield, III.
Gee. I. Cum, Springfield, 111.
Rirt.rd yWi fc,l, VL7J.XT
WOULD rsepeetrurty Inform the cirikea
at BelleesM and vicMty that taasj ltave
commeacad th TAILORING BUSINESS ke
the building formerly oceapied by JM
Uv.eomsr MAIN etreetaaj FIFTrt AVEN'
Ut, and Intend keeping toaataatlj aa Aaadt
, . CASSIMMEV. . . ,
. andVtSTCCVi I,
Watch will be made p t order wltA aaetw
aeae aad diepetch. . . . ....
Also. ri'llS end IMDP.S b.lfht a teWa
enhsr for geede. ae 3rMt,
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