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About Bellevue gazette. (Bellevue City, N.T. [i.e. Neb.]) 1856-1858 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1858)
'Reht 'ndvires from J.ipa'i, f 'irnUTiP,! by
the ship-of-war Portsmouth, . which viitej
tdat touiitry In Ocob'-r 1 is', ;o 10 atei.gthrn
theidea that Commodore IViry's treat) ill
Dot prove, as has been feared, rntirly lnrr-n
of results. There is, indeed, ot in..ch pros
pect cf tratte wiih the Japanese, at they have
vary little to noil, and little dispusl lo t to I ke
payment In anything but silver. Oar Consul
General has, however, succeeded In negntia
ing an important arrangement, by which our
ellver coins, instead or l.ei ig reduced to half
Ha value or lest in comparison with Japanese
money, are now taken nearly at par. The
port of Si mod a. on the south rnait cf the
main liland, and n t far from JetSdo, la likely
to prove of very little advantage ton. Out
that of II lko l iili. on the Straits of Jesso,
promiara to turn out a very useful port for re
freshments and repairs, especially for tht
large whaling fleet which rreqrente tha neigL
borins aeas. Hitherto, there has been great
difficulty In obtaining fresh beef there, as the
ox la regarded Ly the Japanese as a aacred
animal, and is not killed for food. Measure
however, have rccntly been taken by the an
thorilies for supplying the ships with fat cat
tle. Fiih (a leadin artical of diet with tha
Japanese), poultiy and vegetables art said to
ba abundti'. The. harbor is said to be a very
fine one in fact, about the best on the whoie
Asiatic coisi. It is also s'a'ed that cnal Is
mined abundantly in the vicinity; so that,
should the project of steam nav,iration between
San Francisco and China he revived, this har
bor may form the coaling depot. To secure
accommodations of this sort, was one of the
ehelf objects of Coir.modore Perry'a expedi
tion. The pendii.g operations of the English
against China miv, tend to arouse the fears
and jealuitviea of the Japanese, but they mar
also have the eflVt of suggesting to then tlx
wisdom of voluntary concessions.
Great Salt Like City Is laid nut en a mag
nificent scale. It Is four miles in length and
three In breadth j the streets running at right
angles, and 132 feet wide, with sidewalks 20
feet in width. Each building hat an acre
and a quarter of land ( and a stream of pure
water running through the eity. is made by an
Ingenious pi in. to fi r o i each side of every
street, and to irrigate every lot.
A The regular meetings of Nebraska
X3f Lodge. No. 14. of Free and Accepted
V Maseru, will beheld nt Masonic Hall,
a the second and fourth Tuesday evenings of
each month, at 0 1-2 o'clock.
I,. B. KINNEY, W. M.
i. o. o. r.
Tht regular meetings of Tlellevne Lodge,
Tto. 4, will be hold on Saturday evening of
each week, at 7 o'clock, P. M. ' brothers of
the order who mar be in our city on that
evening, are respectfully Invited to attend.
S..A. STRICKLAND, K G.
F. M. DAVENPORT, See'y.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 6
o'clock, P. M.
Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thnrsdars, at 6
o'clock, P. M.
Tuesdays. Thursdays, and Saturdays, at'l
o'clock, P. M.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, a 'id Sundays, at 9
o'clock, P. M.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 9
O'clock, P. M.
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 10
o'clock, A. M.
J ' ASSITES
Mondays, Wi dnesdavt. and Fridays, at 10
o'clock, A. M. '
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 9
o'clock, A. M.
Office open on Sandars, onlr from 6 o'clock
P. M. toBo.clock P.M. This rait will bt
atrictly adhered to.
, L. II. KINNEY, P. M.
Corrected weekly by Clarke Jt BeotHrn,
Fonrardin and Com. Merchants.
" Flour Extra 8 iperfine, $1 per 93 lbs.
" Fin', $3.50.
Meal $2 per 100 lbs.
Apples Green, $n.00 Dried, i 53.
Peaches " 4 00.
Butler New 40r yt ft
do Old packed, 25 to 30c V
Beans St 50 T? bus.
. Com 50 T bush.
Beef 6 to 7c.
Dried Beef 20c per Ih.
Salt G. A., per sack, $3 50.
Eggs 25c doa
Jlides Dry, 7c
do Green, 3
Hay $4 00 $6 00 ? tun
Bran. .to cents per bush.
,;Fork Freeh, $i to $7 per bun.
, Lard 13 e y lb
Onions $n 50 jj bus.
iPelU Sheep 50e
Wood Cotton. 3.50. Hard, 5,00.
. Lumber Cotton wood heat'g23 re
" do sq. edged $30 00 "
do Oak, Walnut, Rssswood $15 00
do Pint siding, clear $55 00 14 w.
do Flooring 2u $55 00
1st $75 00
Boards. $50 (S, $75 00
Shingles Pine $S 50 to $) 50 J la.
" Cottonwood $5 (K)
Lath Pin $12 00 per ra.
. Doors " $3 50 ( (4 75 each.
Sash $1 00 d$l J. per casement.
THE public art hereby eautioned, not to
purchase or trade for a certain promissory
note, timed br th nberiber, about th 22nd
day . f M -y, A. D. 1857 and ma.ie pavabl
to tht order of L. B. Kir.nev, Sixty dart
from the date thereof, at the Fontenelle Bank,
tr the turn of Three Hinndred Dollaia.
There being no consideration whatever, tha
tame will not bt paid by me.
. f T. P. LEMON.
FOR aale, good quality of Flour, at $3.75
r tack, at tbe store of
BARTF.LS is MCTZ.
W. C. AVE RILL & CO ,
Having determined to close out the balance of
the a'ock, will off-r until the 1st of March,
thel entire alock at
Great Bargains may be Had In
BOOTS & SHOES.
Hihogmy Front, for oily $10.
Without Regard to Cost.
Fancy Groceries at Cost.
J. 1ST 33
HATS & CAPS,
AT HALF THE USUAL PRICE.
Any one in want of really cheap goods, will
do well to defer buying until they
attend this sale.
TERMS, .... CAML
Bellevue, Jan. 23, 18"j8. 10
LL persoi.a who are indebted to the I-t
f2k firm of Palmer k. Averill, will p'ea-e
call and settle the Mm with
GKCMUiF. P. AVT.niLL.
N B. Allacconnta liot closed within 30
dart, will he sued.
Jan. 25th. 10
Lotiit Bartels f In attachment in the Die
vs trict Court of the first Judi
Geo. Jtnr.lngt ) eisl His'riet in and frr the
County of Sarpy and Territo
ry of Nebraska.
Georre Jennings the defendant in 'he above
cs'ie who is a non-resident of the Territory;
will take no'lre, that Louis Harlel", th" pHin
tifT. on the 23rd day of November A. D. 1S:.r,
sued ou of said Court, a writ of attachment
against the nronerty and effects of sail dfen.
Hant. claiming, thst thxre is d ie from tlio Ho
fendanttn'h r'aivih. h" s"m of $3VfiO for
rrnnev hd aid received by the ilefendtn.
from the nlaitiMtr. for the sa'e of a to' 1 1 B-'.
levue, Sarnv countv. to uhirh. the d"fevdan'
hadnotit'e.- And tha-unless said d'fe-d-'n'
appear on or before th" iteeo'id diy nf the
next term of snld Court, i 'dgmcn will be
taken a?sinst him for the above amount, in
terest and pos's.
Bowen &S'ri-kland ) J. W. PADHOCK.
Atfy for PlaliitilT. CVrk of His'riet
Co ir First Judicial
4tl0 By S. D. BANG?, his Deputy.
To tne JPuitollo.
fTHK undersigned having purchased the en
X tire s'ock f Jewelry, formerly owned by
Alex. Kemp, ia prepared to sell ht same at
25 per cent less than was ever ofl'ered in this
eity before, as room must be nude for t large
sprme assortme.it. The a'ock coiisisis of
GOLD AND SILVKR WATCHF.S, Cocks,
Setts of Cameo, Coral. Knainel. Painted,
Gold S one. M tannic and M turning Jewelry,
Broaches. F.ar Drops. C.ilT Pius, Shirt Studs.
Iocke's. Bracele's. Rings. Gold. Silver, aid
Plai ed Guard, Fob and Vest Chains, Gold
and Silver Snec'actes Also a -rilenil d as
sortment of MORTON'S CF.LF.BRA TF.D
GOLD PF.NS Alto Musical Internments,
Cutlerv, Port Monies. Pouches, Card Cases,
A fine atock of Rifles, Shot Guns, Revolv
ers, fcc, which will be sobl at a small ad
vance above cost, as the subscriber wishes In
go out of the gun business.
All kinds of repairinr dona with neatness
and dispatch by competent workmen.
I still continue to t ike Omaha Scri", Wet
tern F.xchange, Nemaha Valley, eastern mon
ey, or cold and silver, in exchange for goods.
fystore on 12th Street, ont door from
Farnhaiu. and dirctlv opposite the Western
F.xchange Bank. Omaha, N.T.
Pleats call and examine goods and prieet.
T. W. WOODS.
Otoaba, Jan. 12th, IMS. 3m0
W. n. Lotjgsdorf,
G RAD IT A TP. of Penn. College cf Dental
Surgery, respectfully announce to tht eit
izent of Bellevue. and vicinity, that be is now
prepared to practict Dentistry, in all i'a va.
Pries hoswi frc 2 til! S, T. M. U
NOTK'F. Is h.nrbv then, that bv virtue,
a d in p'irs mure cf a ll'-ed of !Mor.gaga
ext'cutcl bv Alfred KpIIiiiii, to the under ain.
ed J (tated Ji reinlirr 18.li, A. 1). 57. to se
rine the sum of nrieen II 'lulre.l nnd Forty
Sis Hollars and F.ighly-fonr cei.ts, In the fn.
hing manner, to wi t ft mi tnc tfOlh day
of Drcrmlirr A. 1). 1Sj7, $:(Hio i lliet h ili'i
of January ISoS, and the residue on the tf.h
day of March A. 1. and Uouurdrd in
Hook I). nr Land Kecnrus, u Supy county,
N. T. Tage 21' 1.2 ,3 ( one ol the condilioiis In
the said mortgage is, that default being made
in the payment of, either of said liutrs, ill
who's hIiou d imui'd a'c y brcnme due, and
payable, nn;l default h ving bei n made in tht
two first, named notes, and iutorcmt tin reo'i J
ami this being tlio third tinv, sai l niort
rage has been renewed; now therefore, by vir
tue of the antlioiitv lu me vested, bv said
Deed of Mortgage. I will p oreed to sell, ac
cording to the conditions therein set forth, to
the highest hlddrr for rash, at public sale, in
the city of Hellevue, ?f. T. before the door of
the lli-llevue Ho tse, on Saturday, the 3rd dar
of Avrll A. 1). 185-. nt 10 o'clock, A. M. nil
the following described propertv, to wit t the
n- divided one half of Blork No 113 la the city
of Hellevne, Sarpy co. N. T. according to
survey made by S. V' T. Shimnnsky In IR5d(
and also, all tlie.itndlvided half of the certain
piece or parcel of Land situat.'d and lving in
the county of S irpy and Terri orv of Nebraska
and known and descrilx I as folio a to it
cniiiinencing ar a post Sl:il rods Noilli, x 1-1
I'.astof ih S W corner of sec 13, oivnsliii) !3
range 13. V. of the 0 pri icinl Inci i.Imii.
Thence nor h 47 1-3 west C3:"i rod i to a co .toa
wool Stiiinn. thenre N 31 I'. '.):.") Tt to a post
thence S 47 1-2 K J!:' rmls to a pos', thence
S 31 W P;1 rmli to place if bciti dug ; also nil
the iinpioveinni'.s a d !ui'duii:. consisting in
fiart, of o ic s eam siw mill a id tlio te'iement
lereditameiit and appiir'.euatwes thereof, sub
ject nevertheless, to a Deed of Mortgage, to
secure tht pa Vine t t Two Tho.isand Two
Hundred Doll.-.rs, ($3200) it being a prior
mortgage and hivin; precedence over all
12t-8 V. A. GV VF.lt. Mortgaget
S hrre'iv given, to Cha les Van Alstine,
aniiear at the Laud Oifice. in Omaha city, n
Saturday Mi" 23rd day of January IS.'it ; nt 11
o'c'ock, A. M. Then ami there to cITi-r sneh
evidence, as you mir have iu sunport of ynnr
respective claims, to 'he N half, of the 8 K
nuarter. section No 33; and the V rnlf of (I t
S W rjuarter sec 33. Township II. Hange 13
F.. Tlie entry having been returned, for rein
vestigation, by the Coiuiniasioner of tht Land
ENOCH Me CARTY.
CORN & COB MILL.
A Fenny Saved ia Worth Two Pence
THE tubscriberhatontoftht Little Giant
Corn Mills, where any one can come,
and grind Commit, for every tenth bushel.
You can make very rood meal in i' for stock,
grind your corn on Hie cob, bv so doing rou
will make a rreat saving, as one b'isliet.' so
ground is worth t.r t f-d to s'ock wi ho it.
Jan. 111!) 1S5S 8
VLI. persons Indebted tot c undersigned are
request, dto call at o ice.and settletheir ac
counts. Those who cannot pay the cash, or
rood mere antable produce, we want to close
tlKir accounts, by note, we hope this invitation
will be responded to as the aceo nits for 1S57
imifct be closed. After the first of January
we will sell goods at reduced prices for
cash, or good conv. The higheat price paid
for Green and Dry Hides.
410 ' BEATON k H0WLES.
AND CORN MEAL.
t I'MIE best i. 'lour for four dollars per sack,
X corn-meal for two do'lars per sack. For
salt by RUBEN LOVEJOY.
bellevue, Dec 29th, '37 C
rnrrrrtF, willbe a meeting of th" Stock
L holders of the B"ilevue Printing Press, at
Bowen, and S'ricklnnd's oflice, on Saturday,
eve ing. at 7 o'clock A. M. January 23rd ISiS.
All tt e stockholders, will taUe no'.ire, that
those refusing, failiivr. or neglecting, to rep
resent said s'ock. and nay back assessments
if any tt ere are. and such aksessmeivs as fImII
be made at s-id metin;, will forfeit their
amount cf stock In nld nreVs.
6IT.AS A: STRICKLAND.
4t0 Dirnctor and Ac'.i;!-; A-jeat.
'N Comet I
EUT COLD WEATHER & GOOD
In 3NroTD2TX3l3LX !
rpilF. citizens know an 1 feel ibis cold weath.
.1. er i and those thit art t!ee;ing. aw kt 1
if awake, walk I if walking, run 1 if running,
fly! to the Tin and Stove Sort of Sam'l
Snyder, and provide yo ire Ivra with such ar
ticles in his line, as yivt may wan', hefore It is
too late. Com all tint are s ilhri ig from
the cold, and I will sell you stoves that will
comfort you, fnthis cold region. Now is rtur
only c' snee, at I am telling; goods, cheaper
than t key can he bought in St. Louis.
Fontenelle Money and country produce, tak
tn in exchange for the, same.
I hra a house and lot, which I will tell
cheap. Read and run to
ltf Bellevue, oppositt tht printing tflce.
THE undersigned having heenelee'd General
Agent, of "the Bellevue Laml Claim" in the
absence of Col Benton, the President, is the
onlr r'rson authorised to transact anr busi.
nets fur and in the naroa of said Association.
The office of the eomnanv, it the otfict cf
Uosrta 4. Strickland, Bellevn". ,T.
U L. BOWEN.
Centra? Ajeat e-f I. L. C. A.
MR. S. M. Pllvn.tlill continues to keep at
his old stand, on Mission Avenue, east
of Main Strcit, fresh Groceries, of all kinds.
of tht best quality. Also, a cboict lot of
lie has fitted up. in the rear of bis store, a
RESTAUR A NT,
Where ha will furnish warm mtalt, or cold
lut ch. at all hours of tht day, Including tht
Hoast Beef, Ovttert,
Corned Beef, Sardines,
Pickle I Tongue, Wild Game,
Pickled Tripe, Hot Codec,
Pigs Feet, And Tea.
Hit customers, and the public eenerallr. art
Invited to civt him a call.
Nov. 20. ltf
-A. 3Jo"W Wnton
Establishment in Omaha
WM. FRODSHAM. hiving retired from
the late firm of Ketnn k. Frodshnin.
has opened a new store nt No 3, Capt. Down's
buildiuir, between the Metho. 1st Church, w hert
he invites hit old patrons to cive him a call.
June pieces and Jewrlrr, of every descrip
tion, nrHlly and expeditiously repaired, tiuil
IS hereby given, that t will not nay a certain
promissory no'e given to a Mr. Miller, dat
ed at llellevne, N. F.. onornhoit tha 1 9th
Nov. 1S.j7 and d ie P0 days from date, for
nineteen dollars and eighty-seven cents, or
thereabouts. I herehy wir'a and no'ify any
and all persons, from purchasing said note,
as I was de-eived by said Miller, and havt
not received any value, for the nam".
E. X. UPJOHN.
Bellevue, N. T. Dec. 12, 1S."i7. 3i5
nr.M.r.vrr, lots fo silk.
I OT 0, Block 255. L. 0, B. 102, L. R, II. 2-3.
I J " 2, 2I 1, " 175, ' 4, " 139.
" 3, ' 171, -II, 2, "11, US.
" 4. " 25, ' S, 13t, -12, 87.
' 10.11,12, 24 t. 4," 41).
Out Lot 21, in Ilennett't nr.
" " 25, In Bottom.
Also, an undivided 1-2 of Block 155, fc 213.
Price, $1750. Enquire or
Kt hit Banking House. Council Bluffs, or
41 , J. B. JENNINGS, Bellevue.
OZ BARRELS Apples, 50 Sicks of Fancv
fjf City St. Louis Flour. 50 Sacks AG
bait, $3,00 per Sick, for sale for rash, bv
3tl CLARKE t BRO.
TERRITORY OF NEBR ASKA,
COUNTY OF KAltPV. ss
ATnrirv i v....!,- -:...n ...i..i ....
la posals, will hi recieved at the office of
me vouniv v.ieric in lieiievue, lip to Wednes
day, the 20th d i v, of the present month for
futi hine. a Hriitt-e. ncrnn fh Panlllirt.. iv.-i.
oa Section line between 3 and 10, Townshin
i i, iiui.ii oi nnngn j.i, easi Knownasttie
Watson bridge, and alsofor building, a bridge
at he function nf ni.l rrlr it. T.. I
road, runing froai Om ihacitv, to Cedar Island
i-nyincnr nt which, will ne sec Ted hV comity
bonds. Plans and specifications tan be sees
at the county clerk's office in Bellevue
The county Commissioners will meet at
said office, on Wednesdar, 20th day of Jan
uary 1353; to examine arid act upon tha (aid
By order of County Commissioners,
STEPHEN D. BANGS.
Bellevue, Jan. 4th 1833 County clerk.
List of Left era
Remaining In the Post Office In Bjllevut
for the Quarter ending, December 31 1857.
Adams John Ayera Wm F 2
Bert Margarttt Ann Brown Aaron
Blakehart G Beyme Freeman F
Buyer Samuel 2 Berry Benjamin 2
Billitigtoa Joh:t L Blajkh'irn Abner
Bentoa N G Brut Wm II
Bailey Jma 2 Berry Harrison 2
Camp Alexander 2 Closs C W
Csmji'iell Ira Cnplan W D
Crr Adam Ctnnon Ed
C x A O Child Dr D X.
ClurUr Geo S Ciavrr Grorgt
Dentoa Lewis Doll A
Denton John Yf
Eccleston Jo'.in F Elithtrpe, It Kaipe
Fish C Franklin John
G er Peter Green Joseph 3
Gibbs B F Griffith II Cook 7
Haines Henry 2 Henry William 2
Mar Minnit Mills Isaac
Mildowney James Me Cavern II nrictt
Nixon Jabat II
Parsons Otis D
SpragTi. Henry T Spear Chss C 3
Stull Miss Elizabeth Spear Mra Mur
Todd Bnrtm W Taylor John
Vinton Miss Miria
Wilkinson John F 3 Waarmsn Go f 5
Williams Clark Woodward John B
Wallace John M Ward John
Perirns rilling for any of tht abort will
pltast iar advertised.
L. B- KINNET P- M-
MRS. J. F.. NYE, will again open her
School, on Wednetday. Norember Alh.
Ciratef d to tht eiizens of" Bellevue, for past
patronag", she aska its continuance. hopnr
, piiw iiiiit ne rnic to rriain me approval ana
confidence, that has been o kindly extended
, to her. There will b two tertnt ol twtlvt
I weeks each, the entnlng winter.
I For tbe ftist rudiraenti of rtadlngand aptll-
' lag, $1,00 a trtn. 1
I Common F.nrlish Irancet, Arlthtnatie,
Grammar and Georaphr, $5,00 a term.
I Hicber CnjM&h branches, or Trench, t00
THE undersigned have opened, a larts
and commodious new store, on tht corner of
Main and 2.'ith S reets, in llellevne, whtrt a
r.irled assortment of Goods may bt found.
Among uietn art
SHOVELS, II AY-FORKS,
8P A I) ES, T E A- K KTTL Ka,
GRIND-STONES, CHAINS, lit ,
Together with a quantity of
Boots c&3 Shoos
Regars, Rakes, Ropes, Horse-collars, Carptt
aacks, Wimliw Hash, Doors,
TEAS AND SUGARS,
Toborco, Q leenswnre. Glassware, Flour,
Cnrkers and a great many more articles.
They keep constantly on hand, a largi as
sortment or good
Wlnea nnrl Liquors,
Warranted the bst quality cheap for rash.
n37tf J.' P. HORN k CO.
iovis r. nTris.
RAIiTKLS & METZ.
WOULD respec'.fully announrt to the In
habitanta of Befleuve, and vicinity,
that they have opened a store, on the corner
of Main' and 21st Streets, and now offer for
sale, a variety of goods, which art talirtly
new, consisting of
Dry (joIi nml Clothing,
lljuU mid Sliofs,
(Jru ttii's, Liquor.
Drugs, Mfdn iiies,
I'uints und I'aint I'rushaa,
Oils mill 'atiii.,li,
Wiinluw Cilusof all sizes,
' China and (jlaaa Wart,
Hats and Caps,
Tli above articles art of tht first quality,
and as one of us remilns constantly in St.
Louis, selecting goods, and watching tht mar
ket, wt feel confident that wt ran atll at
cheap, or cheaper, than anyone tltt la tht
The public are Invited to five ut call and
en mine tht goodt for themselves.
We will buy farmer's produce at tbthlfhtit
Givt in a call, it tht new tttre, torner of
vim aul Zlit Streets, Btllevnt, Ntaraika
Bellevue, Sept. 10, 1857. 44tf
J OS. W. LOWRIE, practical Cabinet Mak
er. informs tbe people of Bell; rue and vi
cinity, that h" is now prepared to rrpair, var
nish, or to m-ike to order, in the best manner,
any article of furniture which they mar de
sire to have, at his shop, in Chase's building,
Collins made lu any atyle, at tht short
est possible notice. J. W. L.
K-pt. 10. 44lf
31Iin undersigned, having purchased tht
itock in Irade, of Palmer Ic Averill, tht
business will be carried on, as heretofore, at
the old tland, under tht name and alyla of
Wbi. C. Averill k. Co.
WM. C. AVERILL.
M W. H. LONGSDORF.
MESSRS OLIVER k STONE, hart pur
chaied of II. Cook Griffith, hit entire
interest in the butchering business, and will
hereafter be found at bis old stand, on Miss on
"venue, east of Mln Street, nnder S. M.
Pike's Grocery and Provision Store, where
they will be hippy to wait upon his old cus
tomers, and all o'hers who may choost to
favor them with their patronage.
GEORGE A. OLIVER.
Oct. 20. Cm5l CHARLES S10NE.
W Mrc7 AVER! LrSTcoT,
nr.LI.KTl E STORE,
BELLEVUE, NEBRASKA TERRITORY.
DEALERS In Dry Goodt. Groceries, Hard-
are. Hits and Caps, Boots and Shose,
Crorkerv. Furniture, etc.
We w ill sell our goods, M low prices, snd
for ready pay only. 62
THIS work will again be readr tor delUerr
by tht 17th Inst. Th first supply was re
ceived last week anj wat Immediately sold.
A new County Map, corrected by Mr. Bvers,
leenrding to the county boundaries establish
ed by tlia Legislature' last winter, hat been
engraved expressly for tht work, and will ap
pear in tht next edilion.
Betides a history of the Territory, Pi con
dition and prospects, the work roritains the
clsim laws of Nebraska, and a digest of the
United States pre-emption law,making a
complete pre. emptor's guide. Every per sir
interested in Nehia.ka should have a' copy '
the work. Price, wjth the map, 7S centt;
without the ma p. 50 cents. Single copies mail
ed, postaje paid, on receipt of price, to any
part of tbe comitrv.
C. C. WOOLWORTH,
Omaha, June II, Hj7 32i PuMishsr.
MISSION SHARES L0ST.--CUTI0X.
TOST in transit by mail, between New
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3150 WM. A. GWYER.
Corner f Lecist and Coolcdge St ret ts
aothlngj fUtblnff. Colilnst
ALRGE STOCK OF READY MADE
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CLE 4.RWATER. WHITC k SANDERS.
Jint 4 h, 1JT. ail.
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" Norton Jt Brother.
Stone k Boomer, r '
If. 8. Dnrand, Prei. Racine Ic Jfise. ft. jC
Geo. C. Northrnp, Cash. Racine Co. Sank.
Wm. P. Lind, Esq., Milwaukee. , v
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Ashley Gilbert. Cash. Com'l B'k, Cblesge.
Henry Farnham, President Chicago k Rock
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EICHEB ft DAVE3P0RT;;,
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L'E, and Inttnd kttping coattaatly on ftaal
Wbic win Va madt op U order with mV
.tst and d'ipsteb. - 4
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trrbirs fer goods. it SO-tf.
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