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About Bellevue gazette. (Bellevue City, N.T. [i.e. Neb.]) 1856-1858 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1858)
Our Tioneer Merchant, L. B. Kinney,
kas associated with himself. David Leach,
formerly of Ohio, for the purpose of
prosecuting the mercantile business at hit
old stand, where they will be happy to tee
th citiaeni of Bellevue and vicinity.
The Ladies are particularly invited to give
them a call. For particulars see their
advertisement in another column. Mr.
Kinney would also be highly pleased to
have those that are indebted to him, come
up to the rack and shell out lh smooth
pieces. " Oh that we might be there to
see," about these days.
Proposals will be received for build,
ing a Bridge across Buffalo Creek, in the
western part of the County. See advertisement.
F. M. Davenport, is erecting a frame
building on Main Street, nearly opposite
Cook's office, for a Merchant Tailor's
It is easier to contract the vices cf others
than to impart to them our own virtues,
just as it is easier to catch their deseases
than to impart to them our good health
Our anxiety to avoid bodily infection can
be exceeded only by our total in liflerenr
to that which is mental. There is a
moral as well as a physical cholera, and
yet, while we are half frightened to death
at the approach of the one, we voluntar
ily expose ourselves, during our whole
lives, to the attacks of the other.
Tht Hteemshin Leviathan w successfully
floated In the Thames on Sunday, Jan. SI.
Arrangement had been perfected to complete
the launch on the day previous, but the pre
valence of a heavy gate rendered a postpone,
ment lm terative, and, a Sunday proved most
a isp'elous. It was determined t proceed with
tie cpvations, rather than encounter the
risks which a further lengthened delay would
have ei t tiled. Tne final floating of the great
ship was effected with - perfect ease, and no
accident of any kind occurred, although the
river was literally covered with boats full of
people, and the timber forminig the cradles,
wnich had been keept Sown by the weight or
the vessel, ascended with great force some
twenty or thirty feet abovt the surfae of the
water. The scene was a brilliant one, and
the enthusiasm of the multitude who witness
ed the launch was manifested by loud and
Te Leviathan was towed by four powerful
tug-boata to her moorings opposite Dep'ford,
where she will remain until her internal ar
rangements sr completed.
A The regular meetings of Nebraska
"if V Lode. No. 184. of Free and Accepted
' Masons will beheld at Masonie Hall,
on the second and fourth Tuesday evenings of
eaeo. mourn, at o i-z o'clock.
L. B. KINNEY, W.M.
1. O. O. F.
The reeular meeting of Bellevue Lodge,
No. 4, 'will be hold on Saturday evening of
each week, at 7 o'clock, P. M. Rrother of
the order who may be in our city on that
vening, are respectfully invited to attend.
8. A. STRICKLAND. N. O.
r. M. DAVENPORT, Seey.
Tuesdays, Thursday, and Saturday at 6
"clock, r. ivi.
Saadays, Taeadays, ud Thursdays, at 9
'clock, r. M.
Tuesdavs. Thursdays, and Saturdays, atO
'clock, r. M. '
. 1 CLOSES
Tuesdays, Thursdays, a ad Suadays, at 9
o'clock, r. ju.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 9
o'clock, r. At.
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 10
'clock, A. M.
Monday, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 10
o'clock, A. M.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 9
o'clock, A. M.
Office open on Sunda ve, only from 6 o'clock
P. M. to Bollock P. M. This rule will be
strictly sdbercd to.
L. B. KINNEY, P. M.
Corrected weekly by Clares A Broths,
FtnrardiBjr and Ctna. Merchants.
Flour Extra Superfine, $4 per 98 lb.
- Fine, $3,25.
: Meal $2 per 100 lbs.
Apples Dried, $3 60 per bushel.
' Peaches " 4 00.
Butter New 20e V 25
do Old packed, 25 to 30c $
Beans $3 00 V .
Corn 50 $1 bush,
1 Oat 50c
Beef 7 to 8e.
Dried Beef 20e per lb.
- Salt G. A., per eack, S3.
Ergs 20c dos
Hides Dry, 7e
do Green, 1
- Hay $4 00 $6 00 V tun
Bran. 30 cents per bush.
Pork Fresh, $ii to $7 per bun.
Lard 15 e lb
Onion $3 50 jt bus.
' Pelts Sheep 50c
do Coon 25c
Wood Cotton, 1,30, Hard, 5,00.
; Lumber Cottonwood iheat'g 23 A m
M do q. edged $30 00 "
do Oak, Walnut, Basiwood $45 00
do Pin aiding, clear $55 00 V sa.
do Flooring 2d M 00
1st $75 00
Shingle Pin $H 60 ft $9 50 yjt at.
Cottonwood f 00
Lath Pin tu oo per m.
P00-M $4 75 each.
Sa.h $1 00&82 1.4 por easement.
There is a Turkish taw that a man,
for every falsehood a he utters, shall has
a red mark set on his house. If such a
law were in force in the United States,
we fear that some people who build fine
houses might have their painting f'one
wiih no eipenae except to their characters
& 0 D E) S
New Prices !
L. B. KINNEY & 00.
THE undersigned ar now opening the
largest and best selected, assortment of
Spring ant1. Summer goods, ever oefore offered
In market i for the truth ottlils, w in-II
the Ladies and Gentlemen to call and see
that this is no News Paper pulT, no fiction, no
11 j t truth in rea.ity,
Even in Nebraska I
Therefore come one, com all, and David will
b on hand in his usual good humor to wait
on all, Ladies in particular.
every tning may be round in in snap or
choice Ji ess good for Spring anl Summer at
10 KINNEY A CO'S.
GROCERIES of evry description, cheap at
KINNEY A CO'S.
BOOTS and shoes, rood and warranted at
KINN ERA CO'S.
AITERS, Buskins, and Slippers of every
variety at KINNEY A CO'S.
AILS. Glass and Qieensware, cheap at
KINNEY A CO'S.
IIIAVE b'en very indulgent with my custom
er about paving up, somrtiir.es this I Tin-
cine! ceases to be a virtue. I will now notify
all to coo-.e up to the rack and settle old seore
immediately, and vou will very much oblige
16tf L. B. KINNEY.
TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA,)
COU-NTY OF SARPY. J
XTOTICE I herebv givn that proposals
Is will b received at th office of the
Coiintr Clerk, in Bellevue. Surer countvt and
at the house of Charles Wilson, near Buffalo
Creek ; up to the 20ti day of March next, for
building a Bridge across uuiialo creek as
per plan and specifications on file in th
Clerk's office ; and at R. O. Jenklnson's
near Plattford, Barpv county. Payment to be
secured by Countv Bonds.
The Board of Countv Commissioners, will
meet at the house of Charles Wilson, near
Buffalo Creek, on Saturday. 20th day of Mar
ch, 1858 ; at 1 o'clock, P. M. to examine, and
act upon said proposals.
By order of the Countv Commissioners
STEPHEN D. BANGS,
Clerk of Sarny County.
Bellevue, March 5lh 1858 ldtf
pnorosALg for buixdixg
SARPY CO. COI RTIIOISC
SEALED proposals will be received for the
furnishing of the folowing material and
labor to be none on tne ronn tation or tne Har
py County Court House, at the office of Bo r.
en and Stricklai d, ui til eleven o'clock A. M
Monday, 15th present month.
For the excavation of 430 yds of earth.
For furnishing A delivering 260 perch rock.
" " " 300 bushel of unslack-
" - "2080 bush, of sharp sand
" " 27 p ce 4 ft L 8x12
Oak, for window and
ro ir eaps.
u " 27 pici 4ftL 8x12
Ftr building th masonry, the rock, lirr .
and and, furninhed the contractor, and r
ontraetor furnishing all other material and
ding all other labor necessary to .complete
A bid for the furnishing of all the material
xnd doing all the labor necessary to complr S
th masonry, will tak the preference.
lit masonry to be rubble worv.
The earth excavation to be done in 30 daya.
Th lime t be delivered in 30 day.
Th rock and and to be delivered in 60 days.
Th masonary to be completed In 75 days.
'Che contractor to take hi pay In city lots,
peeifying in hi bid, the price at which be
rill tak each lot, of th following list t
Lot. 7, 8, 0, 10, 11, 12, in Block 173
1,2,3,4,5,8,7,8,0,10.11,12, " 293
" 1,2,3, 4,5,6,7,8, 9,10,11, 12, 325
" I " 174
"9 " 103
h7 u C9
u 5 ti t
u u a m
Th committee will reserve the rieht lu ,
ject any or all bids, paying a due regard to
to responsibility or tne contractor, or tne se
curities, he can give, for the faithful perform
ance of his contract, as the interest of th
county may require. Profiles, plans, maps,
and all other information can be had, stall
business hours of the day, at the office of
Bowen and Strickland. Contract or bid
will be accepted, rejected, or awarded, at six
o'clock. P. M.. Mondsy, 15th present month.
L. I BOWEN.
C. T. HOLLOWAY.
S. A. STRICKLAND.
ALL that want good flour, will find it at my
tor on Mission Avenue. I will war
rant it to be a first rat article, and th bent
ever offered for sal in Sarpy county. If it
dose not giv satisfaction, th money will be
Also a good article of Buckwheat flour, for
ale, in quantites to suit purchasers.
15 , S. M. PIKE.
rETTERS Testamentary on (he ratal of
i Alexander Davi, lat of Sarpy county,
deceased, having been granted to th undesirn
ed, residing in taid county, she herebv notifies
all person knowing themselve to be indebted
to aaid tate. to tnak Immediate psyment,
and those having claims, to present th sam
proptrly authenticated, for settlsment oa or
befor th first day of Mar next.
IRENE DWIS, Asa'r.
Bellevac, March 1st, 15,, 3Mx
IS hereby glvn to aP whom it sa&f concern,
that I will appear at the Land Otfic In
Omaha, on Friday th 19th day of March, at
11 o'clock, A. M. and mere prove my rignt to
pre-empt th s. t quarter of th s. . quarter
of sec. 20, a. w. quarter of s. w. quailer of
sec. 21, w. half of n. w. quarter of sec. 28,
township 13, rang 12, east of the Oth princi
pal meridian, in neurasK territory.
3113 juar.ru iMii.L.r.n.
I" ETTER9 ot Administration on the estate
i of John Ray lat of Sarpy county, d'
ceased having been panted to the S"bscriber
residing In Bellevue, lie hereby gives notics to
Sll person Indebted to said estate to call and
settle the same, and those having claim
against th estate are requested to present
them properly authenticated for settlement.
13 wih.iam ii. union i. AU'nrr
SEVENTY-FIVE Bag of Superfine and
'ine flour for sal at lowest martet price
for cish by
13 juii v nuu.-s . t,u.
COUNTY SUHVEYOR OF MILLS CO.
OFFICE GLENWOOD, IOWA.
"RDERS left at th offic of Shakspear
y Boy, St. Mary, win receive prompt at
G. SEEGER, Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
would respectfully Inform the citizens of Mill
and adjoining counties, that he is prepared to
execute all work of the following character i
Laying ofT town sites, leveling of streams for
water power, drawing of maps plain and
colored, drawing designs for buildings of all
styles, with estimates of cost.
Correct plats of the townships of Mills
County, showing the true position of th tlm
ber, water courses and blulfs, kept constantly
on hand. Having had experience both In this
country and in Europe, lie fcls assured of
giving satisfaction to all who may favor him
with their patronage.
Gold Medal awarded at the late St. l-otils
fair to G. Seeeer A S. Srhimonsky for th
best topographical map.
Office Glenwood, Mills
SEEDS FOR 1868.
"lUTEar now prepared with a full and
V V and completo atock of
FIELD, GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS,
Of the new crop, to supply any demand whole
sale and retail, on the very best of terms.
Our stock is new (as we do not consign seeds
and take none back to mix up again,) and
much or it grown under our own direction in
this state. Our stock or European seeds is
imported directly bv ourselves from the most
re'lable rrower in Ensland and France.
We f'el confident no better advantages to
the public can be offered than w can give,
and w cordially invite an examination of our
tock before purchasing. Our stock consist
in part of Spring Wheat, Barley, Corn, Peas,
Beens, Ac, a very large variety of Garden
Seeds and a full assortment of Flower Seeds
of choice varieties. Also, 150 bushels pure
Chines Sugar Can Seed.
Constantly on hand a large assortment of
Agricultural and Horticultural implements.
Full priced aeed and implement catalogue
sent upon receipt of s'miiii) to pay postage.
HENRY 1). EMERY L CO.,
3mosl4 201 Lake Street, Chicago
rjlHE undersigned having purchased the en
X tire stock of Jewelry, formerly owned by
Alex. Kemp, is prepared to sell tne sam at
25 per cent less than waa ever offered In this
eitv before, aa room must be made for a large
spring assortment. The stock consist of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, Clocks,
Setts of Cameo, Coral, Enamel, Painted,
Gold Stone, Masonic, and Mourning Jewelry,
Ifroncnes, bar Drops, UulT fins, Shirt Studs,
Lockets, Bracelets, Rings. Gold, Silver, and
Plaited Guard, Fob and Vest Chains, Gold
and silver bpeciacies Also a 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, Ac, which will b told at'a amnll ad
vance above cost, as the subscriber wishes to
go out of the gun business.
All kind of repairing done with neatness
and dispatch by competent workmen.
I still continue to tak Omaha Serif, Wes
tern Exchange, Nemaha Valley, eastern mon
ey, or told and silver, in exchange for good.
' (T5TStore on 12th Street, one door from
Famham, and directly opposite th Western
Exchange Bank, Omaha, N. T.
Please call and examine goods and prices.
T. W. WOODS.
Omaha, Jan. 12th, 1858. 3m9
MR. 8. M. PIKE, still continue to keep at
hia old stand, on Mission Avenue, east
of Main Street, fresh Groceries, of all kinds,
of the best quality. Also, a choice lot of
He ha fitted up, in the rear of bis store, a
Where he will furnish warm meals, or cold
lunch, st all hours of th day, including th
louowing aisnes :
Hi customers, and the public generally, ar
Invited to rive him a call.
jTSl Now Waton
Establishment in Omaha
WM. FRODSHAM, having r-llred from
the lat firm of Kemp A Frodsham,
has opened a new store at No 3, Capt. Down'
buildins;, between the Methods! Church, wher
he invites hi old patron to giv him a call.
Tim piece and Jewelry, of every descrip
tion, neatly and expeditiously repaired, fimi
WM. C. AVERILL & CO,.
IltLLETI K STOnc,
BELLEVUE, NEBRASKA TERRITORY.
DEALERS in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard
ware, H it and Cap, Boots and Shoes,
Crockery, Furniture, Ac.
W will our goods, at low price, and
frr r'.'xty pay e-n'v,
W. C. AVERILL CO.
Having determined to do out th balance of
th stock, will offer until th 1st of March,
their entire stock st
Great Bargains nay be Had In
BOOTS & SHOES,
Mahogany Front, for only $10.
Without Ecgard to Cost.
Fancy Groceries at Cost.
Ji. 2J" 3D
HATS & CAPS, '
AT HALF THE USUAL PBICE.
Any on In want of really cheap goods, will
do well to defer buying until they
attend this sale.
TERMS, .... CAJIt.
Bellevue, Jan. 2S, 1838. 10
DF.LLEVl'E LOTH FOn SALE.
r o r 6,
, Block 255. L. 0, B. 102, L. 8, B. 253.
3, " 171, "11,"
" 4, " 25, 8," 138, "12, "
" 10,11,12, 210, " 4," 4.
Out I-ot 21, in Bennett'a qr.
" " 25, in Bottom.
Also, an undivided 1-2 of Block 155, A 213.
Price, $1750. Enquire of
At his Banking House. Council Bluffs, or
41 J. B. JENNINGS, Bellevue.
TVTOTICE Is hereby given, that by virtue,
11 a- d in pursuance of a Deed of Mortgage
executed by Alfred Kellnm, to th under sign
ed d ited December 18th, A. D. 1857. to -cur
th sum of Fifteen Hundred and Forty
Six Dollars and Eighty-four cents, In th fol
lowing manner, to wit i $500 on th 20th day
of December A. D. 1857, $500 on the 9th day
of January 1858, and th residue on th 9th
day of March A. D. 1858, and Recorded in
Book U. of Land Record, of Sarpy county,
N. T. Pag 2U 1,2,3 1 on or the condition in
th (aid mortgage is, (hat default being mad
in th payment of, either of said notes, the
whol (hould immediately become due, and
ray able, and default having been mad in the
o fnl, named notes, and interest thereon
and this being the third time, said mort
rage has been renewed; now therefor, by vir
tue ot th authority in m vetted, bv aaid
Deed of Mortgage, I will proceed to sell, ac
cording to the condition therein set forth, to
th highest bidder for cash, at publie sale, in
the city of Bellevue, N. T. befor th door of
the Bellevue House, on Saturday, th 3rd day
of April A. D. 1858. at 10 o'clock, A. M. ail
the following described property, to wit,; th
u-divided on half of Block No 113 In th city
of Bellevac, Sarpy co. N. T. according to
aurvey made by 8. W- T. Schimonsky in 1856;
and alio, all th undivided half of the certain
piec or parcel of Land situated and Iving in
th county of Sarpy and Territory of Nebraska
and known ana described aa follows, to wit
9 Wit t
commencing at a post 84: rod North, 81 1-4
East of the S W corner of aec 13, township 13 j
range 14, c or to o principal meridian.
Thence north 47 1-2 west 23:5 rods to a cotton
wood stump, thence N 34 E 9:5 rod to a post
thence 8 47 1-2 F. 23;5 rods to a post, thence
S 3 W 0:3 rod to plac of begiiung ; also all
the improvement and buildings, consisting in
part, or on steam aaw mill and th tenement
hereditament and appurtenance thereof, sub-
jus, iirviiiiciv.., lu I'.eu Ol IHOrigHf,?, 10 I
secure th payme: t ff Two Thousand Two
Hundred Dollar, ($2200) it being a priori
innrixig tun aaving preccacnc over ail
V. A. GWVER- Mortgage
leTllHE underalgned. havinr Durchassd th
4V stock-in trade, of Palmer A Averill, th
business will b carried on, aa heretofore, at
theold atand, under tb nam and etyleof
Wea. C, Averill A Co.
WM. C. AVERILL.
PI W. If, LONGSDORf,
No Comet !
BUT COLD WEATHER & GOOD
HIE cltlsens know and feel (hi cold wssth
tr i and thoss that ar sleeping, awak I
if awake, walk I if walklnr, run I if runninr,
fly I to the Tin and Stove Stor of 8am'l
Snvder, and provide yourielve with turh ar
tides in his linn, as you m.iy want, befor It Is
too late, Cnuie all' that are ii(Ii'rlng from
th cold, and I will sell you stoves that will
comfoit you, in this cl'l r"g!o!i. Now is your
only c'anre, as I am selling goods, cheaper
tuantaey ran b bought in S Iouls.
Fonlenell Money mi J country produce, tak
en In exchange for the same,
1 hsv a hous and lot, which I will sell
cheap. Read and run to
ltf Bellevue, opposite the printing offics.
THE undersigns has opened, a largt
and commodious new store, on the corner of
Mnln and 2.'Uh Htrtvts, iti Bellevue, wher a
varied assortment of Goods may bs found
Among them ar
SHOVELS. II AY-FORKS,
GRIND-STONES, CHAINS, Ac ,
Together with s quantity of
Boots cs Shoos
Segars, Rakes, Ropes, Horse-collars, Carpet
sacks, Window Sash, Doors,
TEAS AND SUGARS,
Toboceo, Qncensware, Glassware, Floor,
Crackers and a great many mors articles.
They keep constantly on band, a larg as
sortment of good
Wine and Liquors,
Warranted th bst quality I cheap for cash.
HORN A CO.
Louis r. atari.
BARTELS & METZ,
WOULD respectfully announce to th In
habitant of Belleuve, and vicinity,
that they have opened a atore, on the corner
of Main and 21st Street, and now offer for
aale, a variety of goods, which ar ntirly
new, consisting ot
Dry Goods and Clothing,
Ilooti and Shoes,
J'aints and Point Brushes,
Oils and Varnish,
Window Glassof all sizes,
China and Glass Ware,
Hats nnd Caps,
. Fur Gloves.
The above articles ar of th first quality,
and as one of us remains constantly In St.
Louis, selecting goods, and watching the mar
ket, w feel confident that w can ll a
cheap, or cheaper, than any on else in Ui
The public ar Invited to giv us a call and
examine th good for themselves.
W will buy farmer's product at th highest
Giv us s call, at th new stor, eorner of
Main aud 21st Streets, Bellevue, Nebraska
Bellevue, Sept. 10, 1857. 44tf
MESSRS. OLIVER A STONE, hav pur
chased of H. Cook Griffith, hi tntlr
Interest In the butchering business, and will
hereafter be found at hia old atand, on Miic'oa
Avenue, east of Main Street, under 8. M.
Pike'i Grocery and Provision Store, wher
they will be happy to wait npon hi old cus
tomers, and all others whoy cboot to
favor them with their patronsr.
GEORGE . OLIVER,
Oct. 29. Cm51 CHARLES STONE.
r LL person who ar indebted to the lat
firm of Palmer A Averill, will pleas
call and settle the same with
GEORGE P. AVERILL.
N. P. All account not closed wtt'.ii 10
day, will be sud.
Jan. 25th. 10
W. n. LongsdorT,
GRADUATE of Penn. College of Dental
Surgery, respectfully announce to th cit-
i urticTur, nu vicinity, UJSt n I BOW
; prepared to practice Dentistry, In all Its a-
Office hour from 2 till 5, P. M.
THE onderigiid having betne'.ected General
Agent, of "th Bellevue Land Claim" la th
absence of Col Benton, the President, I th
only person authorised to trs.mact aav busi
ness for and In th nam ot said Association
The offic of th company, Is th offic cf
Bowen A Strickland, Belle, N. T.
L. I- BOWEN,
General Agent of B. L. C. A.
JOS. W. LOWR1E, practical Cabinet Mak
cr, inform th people of Bellevu and vi'
clnlty. that he i now prepared to renair. var
nish, or to mak to order, in th bast manner,
any article of furniture which thev mar de
sire to have, at hia shop, in Ch ass's building,
U Bellenio. .
gV Coffins mad ia any style, at the bort-
PHILLirS, SAMTSON c CO!
. Ditto Pitphtt .
II O S T O N, MASS.
ITS AIM WILL BE
Fiain In Literature, to leave no prevloM
unrepresented, io that whll each r umber will
contain article of an abstract and ptrasaaoat
value, It will alio b found that th hallny
appetit of the mind for entertainment la Its
various forms of Narrative. Wit. and Husaor,
will not go uticareJ for. Tli publishers wUA
to say, also, that whll naliv writer will re
ceive th most solid encouragement, and wilt
b mainly relied on to fill th pages of las
Atlantic, they will not hesltat to draw
from th foreign scnurces at thair command,
a occasion may require, relying rather on th
competency of an author to treat a particular
auliirct, than on any other claim whatever.
In this way they hop to mak their Pfrlodi
cal welcome wherever Ilia English tongs Is
poken or read.
Second In th term Aar they InUad tola
elude the whol domain of aesthetic, aa4
hop gradually to mak this critical depart
menc a tru and fearless representative of Art
In all it varloua branches, without any regard
to prejudice, whether personal or national, or
tprivatecoimlderatlons of what kind ovr.
Third i In Politic, th Atlantic will ;W
th ofgsn of no party clique, but will bontctly
endeavor to be in exponent ot what Its -doctors
believe to b th Americas Idea tt
will deal frankly with person and with part,
lei, endcavorsng tokeep In view that moral at
ement which transcends all persons and par
ties and which alon make tb basis of a
true and lasting national prosperity. It will
not rank Itself with any sect of antiki, bat
with that body of men which ar la favor of
Freedom, National frogren, and Ueaor.'
whether public or private.
As an earnest of th material at thsir con
mand, they subjoin the following list of litera.
ry persons interested in their inUrprli wisk.
ing it however to b distinctly understood,
that they shall hops for support from vry
kind of sbillity which dsslrss th even of
their columns, and In th rsnumeraUan of
which they shall b guided purely by tkr
Stni of Intrinsic merit l
Wlllism 11. Priicott. Ralph Waldo laser,
on, Win C Bryant, Henry W. Longfellow.
Rev. F. H. Hedge, D. D. Nathaniel Haw.
thorn, John Q-Whlttler, Oliver Wdl
Holme, James R. Lowell, J. Lothrop Mot
ley, Ueorg Wm, Curtis. Herman Malvtlie,
ProiT. C. C. Fslton. ProfT. F. J. Child, E. t
Whipple, Edmond Qulney, Author of " Wa
sley. ' Thomas W, Parson, J. T. Trow,
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