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We learn from the Hloomington (111)
Fl5, of the death of Gov. Richardson's
Tha following I copied from the Frankfort
correspondent ot tin Louisville Courier i
A bill to prerent runaway matches was re.
parted to the House this morning, by Mr.
Houston ot Clarke. It enmends Itself to the
prayerful consideration of til young men am
bitions of psylng for some young lady's board
4 hooped aklrt-a-coats. Ita main provis
ion! are i
1st. Fine and Imprisonment for running
away with a young lady under 1 years of
at;, and not msrrvintr her. 2nd. If he, does
marry er, he cannot have anr of her proper
ty until! she becomes of age, Ac.
At the residence of the bride's fathertoa
Thursday, Feb. 4th. bv Judge Took. Andrew
M. Polloca, of Hellvn, to M.arv C, eldest
daegbter of Bernhard Meyer, of Sarpy ro.
' Tn Bellevu, Jan. 24th, Win, M. Tuttle, of
tvphold fever i aped 27 ytars, formerly of
Delaware county, N. Y.
'A Tb regular meeting of Nebraska
Lodge, No. 1S-1, of Free and Accepted
NMaaoni., will be held at Masonic Hall,
the second and fourth Tuesday evenings of
ach month, at 0 1-2 o'clock. .
L. B. KINNEY, W.M..
i. o. o. r.
Tha rerular meeting of Bellevu Lodge,
Na. 4, will be hold on Saturday evening of
ach week, at 7 o'clock, P. M. Brothers of
the order who mar be in our city on that
evening, are respectfully invited tn attend.
8. A. STRICKLAND, N O.
F. M. DAVENPORT, Sec'y.
Tuesdays, Thursdavs, and Saturdays at 6
'clock, P. M.
'Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, at 9
'clock, P. M.
Tuesdays. Thursdays, and Saturdays, atO
clock, P. M.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, aid Sundays, at 0
'clock, P. M.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 0
'clock, P. M.
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 10
clock, A. M.
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 10
clock, A. M.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 9
'clock, A. M.
Office open on Sundays, only from 0 o'clock
P. M. to Ro.ctock P. M. This rule will be
trictly adhered to,
L. 11. KINNEY, r. M.
Corrected weekly by Clarke &. Bsoriisa,
Forwarding and Cora. Merchants.
Flour Extra Superfine, $ I per 9S lbs.
Meal $i per 100 lbs.
' Apples Green, $-i,00 Dried, $3 50.
Peaches " 4 im.
Butter New 40c V
do Old packed, 25 to 30c V lb
Beans St 50 bus.
Corn 50 "P bush. '
Beef 6 to 7c.
Dried Beef 20e per lb.
. tialt G. A., per sack, $3.
F.ggs 20c doz
Hides Dry, 7e
do Green, 3
Hay S4 00 CV $0 00 T tun
Bran. 30 cents per bush.
. Pork Fresh, So to S7 per bun.
,: Lard 15 e V ft.
. Onions $3 50 V bus.
.- Potato 50.
Pelts Sheep 50c
-i! do CoontWc
, Wood Cotton, 3,50, Hard, 5,00.
Lumber Cottonwood sheet's: 25 "ft m
do sej. eriged f30 (Hi
t, do Oak, Walnut, Rnsswood $15 00
do Pine siding, clear $55 00 in.
do Flooring 2d Sii5 OO
1st $73 00
Boards. $50 (Tit $75 1HI
Shingles Pine $H 50 (a, d 50 ft m.
" Cottonwood $5 00
Lath Pine $12 00 per rn.
- Doors (3 50 ui $4 75 each.
,. kash $1 00 $2 1.4 per easement.
.Ths Peoples B ink 1 la attachment, in the
f the City of New
. George Jennnings
First Judicial Dis
trict Court in and for
the County of Sarpy
and Territory of Ne
braska. To George Jennings, You are hereby no
tilled, that on th twelfth day of January,
A. D. t.Vs t the People' Bank of the City of
New York, by their Attorney, filed in the off
lee of th Clerk rf the First Judicial District
Curt of Sarpy County Nebraska Territory,
their petition, claimin-' of yn-i the sum of
Frve Hundred and Sixty-one'($ Mil) Dillars,
as money due them upon a certain promissory
newte, made by you in writing dated Aug ist
5th IM1 1 and payable ninety day from the
You are also notified, that attachment issued
out of id office, in the ahov cause, to satis
fy said claim, acceding to the prayer of the
Now unless von appearand answer said pe
tition on or before the second day of the neat
rm of the District Court, to be begun and
hlrl tn ths City of Bellevue on ih second day
f March A.' D. K5H judgment wi'l he
taken agalnet you for the above amount with
interest and rot.
James O Chapman )
Atfy for Pt'tff
uraered to b printed in th BeRevue Gai-
pcu tour successive weeks.
( J. W. PADDOCK
Clerk of th First
( Judicial District
Court cf Sarpy Co.
fly Sfpbe-i D. rtsry:., IVfity e!rk.
M'.(ML XOTIC X.
William II. Smith,) In att.ichmen
. rir Judicial Distiiot
William II. Brow. ) Court, i t an I fur th
t'oui'y cf Sirpv, at.d
Territory of Nebraska.
WILLIAM II. BROW, the defendant In
the above entitled cause, who is a lion re.i
dent of the Territory, will take notice, tint
William II. Smith, the pl.Tlt.tiff, did on the 7th
dav of January, A. D., 19M, sue out of the
said Court, a writ of attachment against the
firoperty and effects of said defendant, claim
ng that there is due from the defendant to the
plaintiff, the sum of one thousand dollar, on
a penal bond, made in writing, and siirned by
the said defendant, on the first day of July
A. D. 1H.u7.
And that unless said defendant appear on
or before the nxt term of s;i Id Court to be
holden o-i the second day of March, A.D. 1S!8,
in the city rf Bellevu. judgment will be taken
against liim, for the above amount, with in
terest and costs.
T. B. I.eiron,
L. L. Bowen,
Ordered to be published in the Bsllevus Ca
tette, four successive weeks.
4tll J. W. PADDOCK.
Clerk of First Judt-
rial District Court,
for Sarpy County. $
By STEPHEN D. BANGS, Dep. Clerk
Crow,McCreery Jk Co.
la attachment in
the First Judicial
District Court, in the
Territory of ' Ne
braska -Sir Yoi are hereby
To JOHN CHASE-
notified, that on tne i;tn day or January, A.
D. 1S3S, Crow, MCrtry ft. 'Co., filed in the
office of the Clerk of th First Judicial Dis
trict Court of Sarpy county, Nebraska Terri
tory, their petition, claiming of y u the sum
of Veven hundred dollars, as money due them
upon a certain promissory note, made bv you
In writing, dated May .Vh, A.D. 1S37. and
payable at six months' from date thereof, to
the order of the sai.l plaintiff s. The origi
nal notice in said rinse, his heci returned
to this offiee by the slierilf of this only, not
served, that you could not be found tn the
You are also notified that attachment issu
ed out of the said cilice, against your proper
ty, in the above cause, to sa'lsfy said claim,
according to the prayer of the plali.'UT. Now
unless you appear aiid answer said petition,
on or before the second day of the next term
of the District court, to b begun and holden
in the city of Bellevue, thr acorid day of
March, A.D.. ISM. judgment will be taken
against you, for the above amount, with inter
est and cos's.
T. B. Lmoi,
Bawen ft, Strickland
Att's for Plffi
Ordered tn be published in the Bellevus Ga
zette, f'tur succesilvs wevka.
J. W. PADDOCK, )
, Clerk of First Judi- )
elal District Co irt,
for 8rpy County. )
4tll By STEPHEN D. BANGS, Dep.Cleik
Margaret Gates, ) Pe'.itioT for Divorce, in
vs. Dis'rict Co ir'., First Jn
Samuel Gates. ) dicial District, within aiid
f r the county of Sarpy,
Territory of Nebraska.
The defendant, Samuel Gates, will take no
tice, thit M irgirct Gates, the ptitio-ie-, oa
the 2d day cf February, A. D. 1S5S, died hr
petition in said court, praying that the bundi
of matrimony exutin? between peritioner and
drfendent, niay be dissolved ; giving came,
abandonment ami willtul absence for inure
than two years. I?st past; and that unless
saiil deft appear and answer said petition, on
or before the second day of next term of said
District court, a decree will be taken in ac
cordance with the prayer of said pcti'.ion. .
By Bowen ft. Strickland, )
her Attorneys. j
I J. W. PADDOCK,
clerk of said court.
I Bv S. D. BANGS,
4tnll ' Deputy clerk.
In attichmen', in the
i First Judicial Dis
CofTman ft Stoddard
and George Jenniug
rlct Court, in and for
County of Sarpy and
Territory of Nebras
ka. To George Jennings ; Sir, You are here
by notified, that on th 4th dav of December,
A. D. 1857 1 Cyrus K. Mark, Filed in ths Of
fice of the Clerk of the First Judicial District
Court of Sarpy county, and Territory of Ne
braska, his petition claiming of you the sum
of Five Hundred and Fifty-ei-rht Dollars, as
money due him, upon a certain promissory
note, made in writing and signed by Colfmnn
and btoddard, on tlie an. day or April A. J).
1837 t and payable to your order, on or before
the first dsy ot No-ember next thereafter,
and the said note being by you endorsed, and
th payment therof guaranteed at maturity
You are aWo notified, that attachment, was
I sued out of the office of the Clsrk of th said
Court, against your property, to satisfy the
said clnim. according to the prayer of the
plaintiff. Now unless vi appear', and Ans
wer said petition, on or befor th ceid dav
of next term of the First Judicial District
Court, in said county, be begun and held in
th City of Ilellevue, on th seenul day of
March A. D. 1SV j idim-nt will b taken
aeainst you, for tlie above amount, with inter
est and cost.
T. B. Lemon
L. L. Boweu
Att'y for Pl'tff.
Ordered t he printed in the B;'levu Caz
zette tour succtiiv wee.s.
) J. W. PADDOCK.
S Tlerk of the First Ju
) dicial District Court of
4!lt By S'.epbea D. Bangs Deputy Clerk.
THE public ar hereby cautioned, not to
purchis or trade for a certain pro.ulssury
no'e, siirned by th subscriber, a bo it (be 22nd
diy f M V, A. D. 1H57 t and ma ! payable
to'th order of L. B. Kinnev. 8ixv dsvs
from the date thereof, at th Fontenetl Rsnk,
for the sum of Three Hiairtril Dollars.
There being no consideration whatever, the
same will not be paid by m.
lOtf T. B. LEMON.
I0R sal, gi.-.d quality of Flour, at $3.75
per sack, at the or of
B ARTELS t METZ.
W. II. Longsdorf,
GRADUATE of Penu. Col!; of Dental
S irgerv, respectfully announeet' the eit.
izene of Bellevue. and vicinity, that he is now
prepared to practice Dentistry, In all its va.
VfVe h-ur f'r-n ? ti'T p. f f,
. , JGHEAT SACRIFICE
W. C. AVE RILL & CO.,
Having determined to close out the talancs of
the stock, will offer until the 1st of March,
the i entire stock at
Great Bargains may bo Ilad In
BOOTS & SHOES,
Mahogany Front, for only $10.
FUR ft! STORE,
Without -Regard to Cost.
Fancy Groceries at Cost.
HATS & CAPS,
AT HALF TH3 USUAL THICE.
Any one in want of really cheap good, will
do well to defer buying until they
attend this sale.
TERMS, .... CA.1H.
Bellevue, Jan. 28, 1938. 10
I.I. person who are indebted to the late
. firm of Palmer k Avrill, will please
call and settle the same with
GEORGE P. AVERILL.
N. B. All arcouiits net closed within 30
days, will be sued.
Jan. 2.rtb. 10
Louis Bartels ) In attachment in the Dis
vs ) trict Court of the first Jndi
Geo. Jennings) cUI District In and for the
County of S:irpy and Territo
ry of NebrasUa.
George Jenningn the defendant In the above
cause who is a non-resident of the Territory;
will tak noire, that Louis Muriels, th plain
tiff, on the 2:!rd day of November A. D. 1857,
sued out of said Court, a writ of attachment
against the property and etTects of said defen
dant, claiming, tliat ttiere Is due from the de
fendant to the plaintiff, the snm of 91.'i0,nft for
money h:id and received by the defendant.
from the plaintiff, for the of a lot in Rel
levne, Sarpy county, to which, the defendant
bad no tl'.le. And that utiles' said defenrlsn'
appear on or before th second div of the
nxt term of slid Cour', vidtfinen'. will be
taken ngninst hiui for the aboie amount, in
terest and cos's.
Roeien tR'eiekland ) J. W. I'AWWtX
Att'y fur Plaintiff. J C'erlj of Dis'rict
Court, First Judicial
4tl0 ByS. D. BANCS, his Deputy.
To tno 3Px7dUo.
rMJII undersigned having purchased the en
X tir tiek f Jewelry, formerly owned by
Alex. Kemp, is prepared to sell 'be s.im at
'Z'j per cent less than was evrr olT.;red in this
city before, a room must be made for a large
spiiiur assortment. Th s'ock consist of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, Clock
Sett of Cameo, Coral, Enamel. Painted,
Gold S'.one. Masonic and Mourning Jwlry,
Broaches. Ear Drops. Cuff Pins, Shirt hfids.
lAieket. Bracelet. King. Cold. Silver, ai.d
Plai'ed Guard, Fob and Vest Chain. Gold
ami Silver Sncctacles Also a spUml-d nt.
surtment of MORTON'S CELEBRATED
GOLD PENS Also Musical Instrument.
Cutlery, Port Monies, Poaches, Card Caeea,
A fr.e stock of Rifle, Shot Guns, Revolv
ers, Ac., which i!l be sold at a smiM ad
vance above cost, a 'he subscriber wishes tn
go o't of the gun business.
All kinds of repairing done with neatness
and di.patch by competent workmen.
I still continue to t ike Omiha Scri" , Wes
tern Exchange, Nemaha Valley, eastern mon-
ev. or rold ai.d silver, fa exchange for goods.
V"s,ors on 12th Street, one door from
Farnham, and directly ojmoiite the Western
Lxehanjre Bank, Om.'ha, N.T.
ricaju call a id examine goods sr. I mire.
T. W. WOOD".
Ojiaha,Jan. 12:h, 1!..S. 8m3
I I i li flfi Is rr-ET of Pin Lumber
X.VlVJ.JYHry lorsa' by
AKNOLD. EBY 1- StlFniC
JTf Eir) ill at tl.c Beri'-m- Hoiss.
ST. tl u. p-t.
!WW7 ft fi t r V
NOTICF. is hereby given, ih.it bv virtue,
a d in p its min e H' a li. e.l (if M.'rlgice
executed by Mired Ki Hum, to t'le under sin
ed dated December 18.li, A. D. 1S..7. to se
curs the emu of l'tl'teen II itidied and I'uriy
Sit Dollars and Cightv-four cents, in the fol
lowing manner, to wit't $u() on the 2mti day
of December A. D. 157, $300 on theU'.h div
of January ISjS, and the residue on tha Ulh
day of March A. D. 15 anil Uei oiUeJ in
Jiook U. or l.snd HeiurcJ-, in rvirpy coumv,
N. T. Paire 2'1.2-3 t one of the cundillons In
the said mortgage is, that default being made
in the payment of, either of said iiotes, the
whole should immediately become due, and
f ayahle, and default h iving been made in the
wo first, named notes, ami interest thereon ;
and this being tlie tlunl tun", s.il.l limit
rage has been renewed; nowtheieforr, by vir
tue of the authority in me vested, bv said
Deed of Mortgage, I will p occtd to sell, ac
cording to the conditions therein set forth, to
the highest bidder for rash, at public sale, in
the city of Bellevue, N. T. before the dour of
the Bellevue House, on Sitnrdav. the IlrJ dav
of April A. 1). lfflt, at 10 o'clock, A. M. all
tne lollowmg dscnte'i property, to win me
u-divided one half of lllork No 113 in the city
ot Bellevue, Slrpv co. N. T. according to
survey made by S.'W- T. Sdilmonsky i:i ISM;
and also, nl! the undivl led half of tlie certain
piece or parrel r( l.snd situated ntul Iving In
thecoui.ty of Surpy and Territory of Nebraska
and known and described as follows, to wit;
commencing at a pout 81:0 roils North, 81 1-1
East of the S W corner of s-c 13, "ownship 13
range 13. H of the 0 principal meridian.
Thence tiorth d7 1-2 west 23:5 rod to a co lon
wood stump, thence N 31 I'. 0:5 rods to a pot
thence S 47 1-2 F. 2.1; tods to a post, thence
S 3'i W 0:5 rods to phrc of bejiining t also ail
the ltiipioveuirnts a d building, co isli'ing in
part, of one s'erun n mill ind thn tenemnt
hereditament and anpvr'enmces thereof, sub
ject nevertheless, to a Deed of Mortgage, to
ecurs thejiavm t 'f Two Thousand Two
Hundred Doll.irs, ($::00) It being a jirior
mortgas and hivlnj precedence over all
12t-9 V. A. CWYER. Mirtgar.ee
TS hereby given.
to Charles Van Ala' lee,
all others, who n it nuv co-eei a t to
appear at the Land Oliioe, in Omaha city, on
Saturday the 21rd day of Jjnuary IS'1 t at U
o'c'ock.' A. M. Tlien nnd there to offer such
evidence, as you tniv have la support of your
respective c'aims. to Hie N half, of the S E
quarter, section No 32 1 and the W h lf of lbs
S W quarter sec 33, Township II. Rang 13
E. Th entry having been returned, for rein
veatigation, by the Commissioner of the Land
ENOCH Ms CARTY.
LittlO C2r 13. t
CORN & COB MILL.
A Fenny Saved if Worth Two Penco
rplIE subscriber has one of the Ll'.tls Giant
X Corn Mills, where Onv one cm coin
and grind corn mi', for every tenth bush
You can make very sro I me.ill i i' for s.oc
!;rind yi :r co-i ot lh co:i, by so uoi ig yo:i
will make a rai savinr, as one bus'irl.' eo
rround is wortl twi to f"H to e'oek wi'ho it.
Jan. 1351 8
ALT. persons indebted to t e undersigned arc
request d to call at o--.ce.and st:l llieir ac
counts. Those who cannot pay tli cash, or
rood mere ontablc produce, we want to clo
their account, bv note, we hope this invir.viem
will be responded to as the accounts for 1S37
mu.t b closed. After the first of January
lSo8, we will sell goods at reduced prices for
cash, or good cons. The highest price paid
fur (ireen'uiid Xrv Hides.
4'ti SEATON & UOWLES.
AND CORN MEAL.
frMIE best i.f "our far four dollars pr sack,
Jl cnrn-mral for two dollars per ssrk. Kor
sal by PL' BEN LOVEJOY.
Bellevue, Dec 29.h, j7 C
riHERE will be a meeting of th Stock-
L holders of the Bellevue Printing Press, at
Bowen and S'rickiand's oHiee, on Saturday,
eve ing, at 7 o'clock A. M. January 2.1rd I3.ris.
All the stockholders, will tike notice, that
those refusing, fsilinr, or reelecting, to rep.
resent said stock, and pay back assessments
if any tl ere are. and such assessments as shall
be made at said meeting, will forfeit their
amount of stock In ssbl press,
SrLAS A. STRICKLAND.
4t0 Director and Actiu.i Agent.
Wo (Comet; !
BUT COLD WEATHER & GOOD
Vtf. si-. - 1
THE citltens know and feel this cold weath
er and those that are sleeping. iwiVt I
if awakv. walk if walking, run I if ruauin.
fly I to th Tin and Stove S ore of Kam'l
anviler, ami proviJe yo irseives wi'h uct ar
ticle In hi line, as yo i may w a. before it is
tool.it. Com all that are a iWl-ig from
the co'd, and I will sell vo i stoves that will
comfort you, in this cold recion. Now is vo ir
only c' ance, as I au aelllu gaols, cheaper
than tVey csn be bonjht l i S'. Iuis,
1'on'enelle Money and co in'.ry proJ Jce, tak-'
en in exchange for th same. I
I hve a bouse and lor, which I will sell
cheap. Read and ma tn
Itf Bellevue, opposUe the rr.r.'.ing file.
i lit. nnaetsig'.ea- n mng 6eeneletl General
.iriit,er -me r.nvu j,an. cuuu" n the
absence of Col Ber to, tbt l'res,ent, is th
only aerson Hv,tliorird to transact nv bui
nss f.-ur and ia the nine of said Assiwlstioa.
Ill oifice rf ihe cmdtisiv, i th o.Tice tl
Bowtll Si. Strickland. Bellevue, , T.
J. L. BOWEN,
C.r.r-.' (;-rt cf Jt. L. C 1.
MR. S. M. I'IKE, still continues to keep at
his old stand, on Mission Avenue, east
of Main Street, fresh Grocerlqs, of all
of tha best quality. Alao, a choice
lie has fitted up. In the rear of his store, a
Where he will furnlh warm meals, or cold
lunch, at all hours of the day, Including the
Itoast Reef, Oysters.
Cnrne.l Reef, S.irdines,
Pickle IToijgiie, Wild Uame,
Pickld Tripe,- Hot Coffee,
l'igs Feet, And Tea.
His customers, and the public generally, are
invited tn rive him a call.
Nov. "6. Itf
J. Now "Wzxtolx
Establishment in Omaha
WM. F RODS I! AM. hiving retired from
the Inte fuin of Kemp Frodshsm.
has opened a new store at No 3, (.'apt, Down's !
iiiiiiiiing, iieiwecnine nie:noiKt i iiuicli, where
he Invites his old patrons to give lilin a call.
Time pieces and Jeweh v, of every descrip
tion, neatly and expeditiously repaired, llml
IS hereby given, that I will not pny a certain
promi'sory no'e ricn to a Mr.Miller, dat
ed at Bellevue, N. T.. oner about the 19th
Nov. 1S37j and ducOOdiys from date, for
ninelern dollars aid eighty-seven cents, or
thereabout. I hret? wira ami notify any
and nil person, fiom pirchssing said note,
as I wit de'eivud by said Miller, and hac
not received any value, for the same.
E. N. UWOII.V.
Bellevne, N. T. Dc. 22, 1937. 3t5
IIF.LLKHE LOT.1 I'Olt RALU.
I OT f-, Dlock S5.'i. L. fl, TJ. 192, 1.. 8, R. 251.
I j i. a ii 21v .i j .i j7i, 4
3, " 171, "11," 5s, "11, "
4, " 2.'., H, " 1SS, "U,
It). 11, 17. " 4." 4.
Out Lot 21, in Rennetl's nr.
" " 20, In Eottotn.
Alao, an undivided 1-2 cf Ulock 155, k 213.
Price, Sl7.r0. Enquire r f
At h!a Ranking House. Council Bluffs, or
41 J. B. JENNINGS, Bellevue.
!On II A RR ELS Apples, SO Sicks of Fancv
0f Citv S'. Louis Flour. 60 Sacks AG
ball. $3,0'J pr Sack, for aula for cash, hy
3:1 CLARKE & URO.
TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA,
COUNT I OF RAUPY.
ATOTICE l hereby given, that sealed pro
posals, will be recleved at the office ef
ihs County Clerk in Bellevue, up to Wednes
diy, the 20;lt d iv, of th present month for
linishinr. I'rld?, across the Papillint Creek
in Seel ion line between 3 ftnd 10, Township
11, liorth of Rang 13, east: known as the
Watsnn bridge, and also fur buildinir, a brldgo
at tie junction or aald creek on Territorial
road, Tuning from Omaha city, to Cedar Island
ravine nt or winch, wtll he secreu by county
bonds. Plans and specifications earl be seen
at th' county clerk's eltiee in Bellevue
The county Commissioners will meet at
said office, on Wednesday, 2iMh day of Jan
uary KriS j to examine aiid act upon tha aatd
By order of County Commissioner,
STEPHEN D. BANGS.
Bellevue, Jan. 4th lfjj8 County clerk.
List of I.-tiers
Rernslnlng in the Post OtFice In Rjllevu
for the Quarter ending, December SI 1557.
Adams John Ayers Win F 2
Ptte Margarett Ann Brown Aaron
Beyme Treeman F
Berry Beig'amln 2
Brue Win II
Berry Harrison 2
Rover Kainuel 2
Billing'on John L
penton N G
Bailey Jam's 2
ttryan T M
Camp Alexander 2
Campbell Ira '
C x A O
Charter Geo 3
Closs C W
Coplin W D
Child Dr D L
D jU A
Eiuberpe, k Kntp
Dentin Jyhn W
C.c!ei'.wi JdaU F
Gibbs B F
Haines Henry 2
Miv Mi ml
Green Jeph 3
Gri.Ti h II Cook 7
Henry William 2
M iliaw.iey Ji-ni
M: Cavern II-nrictt
Nixaa Jabaj !!
rbillips D M 2
Tarsons Otis D
Spear Chss C 3
Sptar Mrs Miry
Spr.ag" Hrrv T
Stall Miss Elitabsth
Tod I B irtoa X7
Vinson Mie M.ria
Wilkinson John F
Wallace Julia M
Waterman Geo W 5
Woodward Jo U
Ward John t
Pers-nseal'iarfor any of th above will
pica. say ad.crtwe U
L. B KINNEY P M
("AtTRa. J. E. NYE, will arain onen hr ,
XX School, oi Wednesday. November 4'h
I'.rr.fil tnth ii7,narkf I1M...ia fn. ... .1
j pa-jon;ige, ,ti aV its co-itinuanee. hoping
'... V .ki. .-.-I- .w. ' 1
, mum it. i t rr.ut. iu i-i..'tiii nw aTTrCvsl il"T
; conft lenc. that has been
to hr. There will he two terms af twelve
weeks ch. the efenlngwl iter.
For th hit rndiments cf reading ani epe'.fc
In-, f l.f0 a t-rirt. 1 .
Ccmir.on F. 'dish branehe. Arlthmatic,
Grammar ard Ceouraphv, CS.rVl ten.
lL.-her I'. aM .h tr.v.cr.ei, u- f"''b.
Till', undersigned hare opened, a larf
and commodious new ator. on tb corner t
Miln and 2Mh Streets, In Bellevue, where A
v a i led assortment of Good nay bs fun4
Among theui are 1
th est I nr.
RNIVF.H. FORKS. ' ''
SCYTHES, WOOD-SAWS. "
SHOVELS. 11 AY-FORKS, "
GRIND-STONES, CHAINS, H ,'
Together with a quantityof
BOOtS c&3 llLOOJSt
Segars, Rnke, Ropes, Horse-collars, CarpsW
sacks, Window Sash, Door, '
TEAS AND SUGARS,
Tobocco, tjueenswar. Glassware, Flow,
Cisekers and a great many mors srtlcUs.
They keep constantly on hand, large taw
aortmetit of good i
sTInr mid Liquor,
Warranted the btst quality t cheap for cask.
n37tf J. P. HORN k. CO.
LOUIS r. BASTCLS.
BARTELS & METZ,
WOULD respectfully announce to the in
habitant of Belleuve, and vicinity,
that they have opened a store, on the earner
of Main and lst Streets, and now offer for
ale, a variety of goods, which ars satire!
r.ew, consisting of
Dry UooJs and CloihiDf ,
Uoot nnd Shoes, '
Gro cries, Liquors.
.'units and Puint Drushes,
Oils nnd Varnish, -
Window Glass of all aixas,
Chiua and Glass Wart,
Hats and Caps,
UufTtlo Shoea. '
Tb above articles are of th first quality,
snd as one of us remilns const ally in a.
Louis, selecting poods, and watching lbs mar
ket, ws feel confident that we can sell as
cheap, or cheaper, than any one else in tha
west. ; '.
The public are invited to gW us a sail aal
examine the goo.ls for themselves.
We will buy farmer's produc at tb bius4ei
Give us a call, at the new stare, earner as?
Main au I 21st Streets, Bellevue, Nebraska
Territory. , .
Bellevue, Sept. 10, 1837. ... 4I.'
J03. W. LOWR1E, prsetical Cabinet Mak.x
er, ii, forms the people of Bellevue and vt
cirii'.y, that ln is cow prepared to repair, var
nl ill,' or to make to order, in the best manner,
any article of furniture which they raar de
sire to have, at his shop, in Chase's bulldinf,
Collins mad la any style, at th short
est possible notice. J. W. L.
Bcpt. 10. 44tf r
9TniIE undersigned, having purchases! U
iX stock in trade, or Palmer A. Arerill, tie
btiainess will be carried on, as heretofore, at
the old stand, under tbs nam and style sf
Win. C. Averill k Co.
WM. C. AVERILL. ..
M W. II. LONGSDORTv i
Changed Hands. ,;
MESSRS. OLIVER L STONE, have tmf.
chased of II. Cook Griftilh, bis entire,
interest in the butchering business, and will
hereafter be found at hi old stand, on Miss'
'venue, east of Main Street, under 8. M.
Pike' Grocery and Provision Store, wb,r
they will be happy to wait upon Lis aid auss
tomers, and all other who may choes
favor theia witdi their patronage. . ,
GEORGE A. OLIVER, i
Oct. 59. Cm51 CHARLES 510NE.
WM, C. AVERILL & CO,
ni:i.Li:vn: TonK, "
BELLEVUE, NEBRASKA TERRITORY,'
DEALERS in Dry Gooi!. Groceries, Hsrd.
ware. Hats and Cap, Boots and Shoes,
Crockery. Furniture, itc.
We will tell our goods, at low pries, aa4
for ready pay oniy, M
NEBRASKA IN 1857.
5 THIS work
will again be ready tor ieUvary
ii.t. Tue first supply was re
ceivcd i.i t weeK sua was unmeaiaieiy soitu t
A new i.o inty ?jap, corrected py Mr. Dyers,
according to Uie county boundaries establish
ed by the Legislature last winter, ha ba
engraved expressly for the weik,nd will Sf
peor in the next edition.
Besides a history of the Territory, rt a
dltion and prospects, the work contain tha
claim law of Nebraska, and a digest of tha
United S ates pre-emption law, making a
complete pu-emptor' guid. Every prs
IhWres'.-d In Nebraska should Lav a copy
the work. Price, with th map, 75 ceaUf
without the map,.V) cent. bineU copies saail
ed, postage paid, on receipt of price, t say
part of the country.
C. C. TYOOLWORTH. ' .,
Omaha, June 11, 107 32tf PubUsheC,
MISSION SHARES LOST.-
T OSl' in transit
by mail, bstweea Mast
place, 4 Certificate tt
I i Yo.k. and this
Stork, in th Mission property, number net
recollected. Th said Certificates were aiada
oji in the name of Christopher Gwytr, aaet
I were not eoaorsed bv him, or Bd payable t
' Pr v. in pubi e ar eauM4 agaiart
: P"rnaair.c said snare. as afttHlataprsvperty.
will be conveyed by them
EICHEK & DATEHPOXT,
"WOI LD respectfully inform the eitiseaa
tu and vicinity that they hava
c. mmenced the TAILORING BUSINESS a
the building formerly occupied bv J. M. Baa. .
f sv.comer MAIN street and FIFTH AVElt
L L. aud tuteiul kcsDins constantly ess mw
j - CI OTH8
I ' ."ct.,..rnr, .-.
( and rCfTn6S,
Which will V mads op U ajd wltK MsvV
1 r.ea and d pach.
' Alva. Ft'KS and UDTM borajtM t )
ev.barge f'r goeils. naje-!f, t