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.ynrAtu Jor SrrtBTMT Cummo. T.
1J. Cuming, Secretary of Nebraska, ili'J
t hit resiJence in Omnha, about 3 o'clock
Tuesday morning, March 23, after an ill
ness of several months.
Mr. Cuming, received his appointment
s Secretary of this Territory, in 8ol
from President Pierce. On the death of
Gov. Francis Burt, in the fall of that year,
he became Acting Governor of the Ter
ritory, which office he held Until the ap
pointment of Mark W. Izard, was made
to fill the vacancy caused by the death of
The first Legislature was convened and
a Territorial government organized
under the administration of Mr. Cuming.
He has since, at various times, held the
position of Acting Governor.
Land Salsiiv Nebraska. AVe'e.irri
from Judge Ferguson, that a land snle
will take place in this Territory early in
The Missouri River is still rising.
Alathew L. McCaslin, is about erecting
a dwelluj on Washington street.
Hon. Fenner Ferguson, has our thanks
for Congressional favors.
The farmers have commenced their
Workmen are now grading this end of
the Platto . River and Running . Water
C. C. Goss, of this city, will return to
Nebraska, about the first of May. His
Pott Office address, for a few weeks, will
lie Belleville, Ohio. Wrtingfroin Phila
delphia, he says: " There will La a rush
westward in the spring. Many wall go to
Bellevue. ,Moat of the Lectures delivered
this winter, are for cl arity purposes. I
have Jdelivercd my leuuro on Nebraska,
several times, for the benefit of the poor,
and felt glud that I could do so much for
for tlriso of my Father's family, who
vere suffering for the want of bread."
Tho Court House for this County has
teen located on Elk Hill. It is to be a
iva ftory building, CO by 40 feet on the
ground. The fint story is to be built of
fctouc, and the tipper one of trick. The
contract for excavating and building the
stone work, has been let to Lerew Broth
ers. The Bellevue Library Association, are
in receipt of Commodore Perry's Japan
Expedition, Pacific Railroad Surveys, and
Pule nt Office Reports, from Hon. Fenn
er Ferguson, to whom they return their
A. N. Briggs has commenced to dig a
cellar on Hancock street, where he will
erect a dwelling.
The Ladies Benevolent Society, will
meet at Mrs. Rogers', next Thursday.
We have received the Atlantic Month
ly for March, published by Phillips, Samp
son & Co , Boston.
On the 18th ult., by the Rev. J. A. Murray
Mr. WILLIAM T. BRANDON, of Bellevue,
Nebraska Territory, to Mist ELIZA Mc
CORD, of Mount Felicity, Adaini County,
A The regular meetings of Nebraska
"JCf Lodge, No. 181, of Free and Accepted
' Mason, will beheld at Maionie Hall,
on the second and fourth Tuesday evenings of
each month, at 6 1-2 o'clock. .
L. B. KINNEY, W. M.
I. O. O. F.
Th regular meetings of Bellevue Lodge,
No. 4, will be hold on Saturday evening of
each week, at 7 o'clock, P. M. Brother of
the order who may be In our city on that
evening, are respectfully invited to attend.
S. A. STRICKLAND, N. C. .
F. M. DAVENPORT, Sec'y.
Corrected weekly by Clakkk k Biothck
Forwarding and Com. Merchants.
Flour Extra Superfine, $1 per 08 lbs.
" Fine, $3,25.
Meal f i per 100 lbs.
Apples Dried, $3 60 per bushel.
Peaches " 4 00.
Butter New 20c 25 lb .
Beans $3 00 S bus.
Corn 50 $ bush.
Beef 7 to 8c.
, Dried Beef 20e per lb.
Salt G. A., per sack, $3.
Ere 15c doa .
Hides Dry, 7c
do Green, 3
Hay $4 00 (4 f6 OOatua
Bran. 30 cents per bush.
Pork Fresh, $o to 17 per bun.
Lard 15 e i tb
Onions $3 .VT bus.
, , Potatoes 50. , - , - , , , ,
Pelts Sheep 50c ' i
do Coon 25e
; Wood Cotton, 3,50, Hard, 5,00. ' T
Lumber Cottonwood sheat'g2j $ m '
" do an 'tn on
j Oak, Walnut, Basnwood $15 00
uu mi niainB, clear S.15 00 m.
.do Flooring 2d $05 00
Ut $75 00
Boards, $50($ $75 00
Shingles Pins $8 50 d $9 50 m
" Cottouwood $5 00
lath Pine $12 oo per ra. '
Doors " $3 (0 $4 76 each,
aah-fl 00 ($2 .4 per easement.
EASTERN MAIL. .
Tuesdiv. Thursdays, and Saturdays nt 0
o'clock, P. M.
Ssndavs, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, at 0
o'clock, P. M.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 8
o'clock, P. M.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays, at 0
o'clock, P. M.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 9
o'clock, P. M.
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 10
o'clock, A. M.
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 10
o'clock, A. M.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and SaturJays. at 0
o'clock, A. M.
OfTce open on Sunds v, onlv from 6 o'clock
P. M. to8o,clock P.M. This rule will be
strictly ndlicred to.
L. M. KINNEY, P. M.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
The undersigned take this method of call
ing upon those who nre indebted to them, to
coine forward and settle their account, and
notes, bff re tho loth day of April next, as
we must have money by that tims. We have
waited Ion; and patiently cm our customers,
and If our invitation is "not responded to, we
shall place the acco mts In other hands for
collection. SEATON &, ROWLES.
Bellevue, March 21, 1X58. .' til I'M
NOTICE is hereby 'given to George" W.
Leu in, John Cleave 1 uid, and all ulhers
concerned, t5 appear before the Register and
Receiver of the Land Office nt Omaha, on
Friday tlia lit.h d.y of April, ISjS, at 10
o'clock A. M., and oflar such ei lence us you
may have in tmptmrt or adverse to the pre
emption of .toll n CI 'veland, to lots 1, 2, and
3, Section. 7, Tp 13. K.in;re 12 cat, as per
instructions of the Commissioner of the Laud
Office to re-investigate said preemption.
JOHN A. PARKER Jr., Kejister,
A. u. tHj.i.iUUUE, Receiver.
March 20.li, 1603. u!8:4
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage by
Territory of Nebraska. f.
County of Rarpy. '
Reuben Lovejoy, Mortgagee,
William R. Johnson,
Aaron O. Cox, Mortgagers.
Martcage dated, March 14th, A. D. 1857, re
corded in hook L., P.igo loJ, April 21st,
1837, at 101 o'clock, A. M.
Default having been mads in t1 e payment
of the sum of two thousand and two hundred
dollars, ($2,200.) which is claimed to be due
at the date of this nonce, and secured by a
certain Deed of Mortgage, bearing date
March 14th, A. D. 1857, executed by William
R. Johnson, then of the Stateof Iowa, Alfred
ketluiit, and Aaron O. Cox, of Bellevue, Sar-
y Con.ty, Nebraska territory, to Reuben
.oveiov, of Bellevue, a foresaid, 'and Recorded
in the oliicc of the Register of Deeds, at Oma
ha City, fur Sarpy County, N. T., in Book E,
1'jge ion, on the nut ot April, A. U., loj7,at
10 1-2 o'clock A.M.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that
in pursiia ce of a power of salo coutained in
said mortgage, and of the statute, in such
cases made and provided, the premises de-
scrineu in and conveyed Dy said mortgage, to
wit : all that certain piece ar.d parcel of land,
with its appurtenances, situated and lying in
the city or Bellevue, in said county of Sarpy,
and Territory of Nebraska, and descri0A as
Block one hundred and thirteen, (113) in said
city of Bellevue, according to the survey there
of,' made by Mr. Schimonsky,in the year 1850,
will be sold at public auction on the 18'Ji day
of June, A. D. ISSu, between the hours of 'J
o'clock, in the forenoon, sod the setting of the
sua on that day, to the highest bidder ( the
sal to be in front of the Bullevue House, in
the city of Bellevue, Sarpy County, Nebraska
lerritory. rltL ill. LUVliJUV,
T. B. Lfmon. Att'v.
March 24th, 1868. " Bl8tl2
BY virtue of an execution to ms directed by
the Clerk of ti e District Court of Sarpy
county, N. T., in favor of John Kabler, and
against the property of llarrinon Berry, to
satisfy a judgment against said Berry, for the
sum of iifteen-b:iudrei and thirteen dollars
and seventy-six cents, ($1513.70;) now there
fore I will ofler at public auction on the prem
ises, on the 2 2nd day of April, A. D. 1S.8 ;
between the hour of nine o'clock A. M. and
four o'clock P. M. of said day, to the highest
Didder, lor cam, me following described prop
erty, to wit ; one steam saw mill wilh all the
apparatus belonging thereto, said milt ' ing
situated in tlie west part or harpy roiin
Elkborn river, and known as the lUi
Dated, Bellevue March 15th A. D. 1838.
JOHN M. ENOCH.
2t Sheriff of Sarpy County, N. T
BY virtue of an execution. t me directed,
by the Clerk of tho District Court of
Sarpv county, N. T.f in fiver of Cyrus K.
Marx, and against the property of 'George
Jennings, to satisfy a judgment against the
said Jennings ; for the sum of five huudred
and ninety-six dollars, and seventy-six cents
($j9d,7ti). Now, therefore, I will oiRr at
public auction, in front of the Bellevue House
on the 21th day of April, A. D. 1X.'8. between
the hours of nine o'clock A. M., and four
o'clock P. M., of sJid day, to the highest bid
der, for caih, the following described proper
ty, to wits being the N. W. of N. E., St of
N. E., S. E. of N. W. of section 21, townsh p
13, range 13, E. of ths Gtb priucipal meridian,
' Dated Mardh 33rd. 158. '
JOHN M. ENOCH, Sheriff.
2U8 By 8. H. WATTLES, Dep. Sheriff,
IS hereby given to Elbert W. Blore, and all
ot' ers whom it may concern, that I will
sppesr t the Lsnd Office In Omaha city,
Douglas 'county, N. T., o: Fridav, 0:h day of
April, 1858, at 11 o'clock A. M. and lhn and
there, prove my right to pre-empt the south
west qiurter cf section 27, township H, in
range 12, east of the Oth principal meridian iu
Nebraska Territory. - .
NOTICE i hereby given, that on the eve.
tiing of the 11th lnt. I lost my p. rket
book in Rellevue ci'y, containing some valu
able nnpers that are 'of ho tne to any one but
mvsrlf, together with a dollar bill, wilh unnie
tmtee against virions persons, one of $15 on
Charles Peter Makcl, and one of $'9,50 on
M. D. Shaw, onson.J. P. Horn, A c. of
about $.1,00, onsen B'ackhurn of $8,8 j and
various others. 1 1 ereby notify all persons
from purchasing any cf the said notes. Any
rrrson finding said porknt-book and returning
the same to tne, or leaving It at the olflce of
th Bellevue Gazette, will be liberally re
warded, besides confcrlng s great favor.
(tflS) E. N. UPJOHN.
New Prices !
L. B, KINNEY & GO.
flHE undersigned are now opening the
4. largest and bent selected, assortment of
Spiing and Summer goods, ever before offered
in market; for the truth of thl, we In-lie
the Ladies and Gentlemen to call and see
that this is no News Paper puff, no fiction, no
But truth in reality,
Even in Nebraska I
Therefore come one, como all, nnd David will
be on hand in his usuul good humor to wait
on nil, Ladies ii particular. , . ,
Every thing may be found in the shape of
choice dress goods fur Spring nn I Summer at
It) K I N N E Y A. CO'3.
GROCERIES of evry deocriplion, cheap at
' 5 KINNEY A CO'S. .
OOTS and shots, good and warranted at
KIN NEK & CO'S.
GAITERS, Raskins, nnd Slippers of every
variety at . KINNEY fc CO'S.
TAILS, Glass and Queensware, cheap at
K1N.KY 4. CO'S.
Ma rd ware.
A FEW Firkins of good Butter and a lot of
sm.il! white besn, for sale nt the Hard
ware store of T. t J. A, Nye Butter 25 cents
per lb, Besns $3 per bushel.
. Both warranted to he not stronsr. call
around there that have the money. 4tlS
BY virtue of an execution, tome directed,
. ---- v i.'v 1IDIIII.V HI I Ul
Snrpy county, N. T., in favor of Ixiiis Bartels
and Araitmt llinnrnni.rlnrr..npff. l.nn;n
to satiRfy a Jiulpiniit atrnlusl nid Jennings
for V t sum of three hundred and ninety eight
iioinirs una sevcniy iwo cemv, now therefore
i win uiht ni. puonc auction in iront or tne
Bellevue House, on the 17th dfly of April
A. D. 1S5S; between (he hours of 9 o'clock
A. M. Anl i ilVLieir P f aai.l n
the hichest bidder, for cash, the following de
scribed property, to wit Lot 4 In Blork 103
also Lot 1 in Block 57, In the Cl'y of Bellevue
uaieu, neiievne, jviarcti l7tri 18.rR.
JOHN M. ENOCH, 8heriff.
2t By 8. H. WATTLES, Dep. Sheriff.
: Notice; .
III AYEJbcen very indulgent w ith my custom
ers about paying up, sometiir.es this prin
cinel ceaes to be a virtue. I will now notify
all to corr.e up to the rack and settle old scores
immediately, and vou will very much oblige
Your obedient servant,
I8tf L. B. KINNEY.
IS hereby given to George Rife, William
A. Robinson, and all whom it may con
cern, that I will appear at the Land Office in
Omaha, on Friday the t!h day of April, at
11 o'clock, A. M. and there prove my right to
pre-empt the s. e quarter of the s, e. quarter
of sec. 20, s. w. quarter of s. w. garter of
sec. 21, w. half of n. w. quarter of eec. 28,
township 13, ransre 12, east of the Gth princi
pal maridian, in Nebraska Teiiiim y.
3tt3 Joseph Miller.
I- exTERS of Administration on the estate
.J of Jehn Kay late of Sarpy county, de
censed; bavins been granted to the s"bscriber
residing in Rellevue, he hereby gives notice to
all persona indebted to said estate to call and
settle the same, and thsse having claims
against the estate are requested to present
them properly authenticated for settlement.
13 WILLIAM H. WEIGHT. Ad'm'r
SEVENTY-FIVE Bags of Superim and
fine flour for sals at lowest mamet price
for cash by
13 JOHN P HORN Ss. CO.
COUNTY SURVEYOR OF MILLS CO.
OFFICE GLENWOOD, IOWA.
ORDERS left at the office of Shakspeare
lioyes, St. Mary, will receive prompt at
tention. G. SEEGER, Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
would respectfully Inform the citizens of Mills
and adjoining counties, that he is prepared to
execute all work of the following character:
Laying off town site, leveling of streams for
water power, drawing of maps plain and
colored, drawing designs for buihlings of all
s'yles, with estimates of cost.
Correct plats of the townships of Mills
County, showing the true positions of ths tim
ber, water courses and blurl't, kept constantly
on hand. . Having had experience both In this
couutry and in Europe, he fel assured of
giving satisfaction to all who may favor him
with ttieir patronage.
Gold Medal awarded at the late St. Louis
fair to G. &eger Is. S. Schitoousky for the
best topographical map, i
Office Glenwood, Mills co., Iowa. 14 i
WM. C, AVER ILL & 00,,
I1ELLETI E STOnr,
BELLEVUE, NEBRASKA TERRITORY.
DEALERS in Dry GooJ, Groceries, Hard
ware, Hat and Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Crekerv. Furniture, tc. ,
We will tell ir good, at V1"' rr'f li m&
fr r py n'y,
W. C. AVERILL & CO.,
Having determined to close out the balance of
ths stock, will offer until ths 1st of March,
their1 tntlrs stock at
Great Bftrgaini may be Had In
BOOTS & SHOES.
litz mm i mm
jut las. m. t ia 5
Mahogany Front, for only $10.
. .-v,. : I : , .. ..
Without Regard to Coit.
Fancy Grocories at Cost.
HATS & CAPS,
AT HALF THE USUAL PRICE.
Any ons In want of really cheap goods, will
do well to defer buying until they
attend this sale.
TERMS, ' - - ' - - . CASH.
Bellevue, Jan. 28, 1858. 10
RELLEVUE LOTS FOR SALE.
LOT 8, Block iito. L. o, B. l'J2, L. 8, B. 233.
" 2, " 21ft, " 1, 175, " 4, " 129.
' 3, " 171, "11, " 2, "11, U8.
" 4, " 25, " 8," 138, "12, " 87.
" 10,11,12, 240, " 4, 43.'
Out Lot 21, in Bennett's or. '
" " 25, in Bottom.
Also, an undivided 1-2 of Block 155, k. 213.
Price, $1750. Enquire of
At his Banking House, Council Blufla, or
41 J. B. JENNINGS, Bellevue.
NOTICE is hereby given, that by virtue,
a' d in pursuance uf a Deed of Mortgage
executed by Alfred Kellum, to ths under sign
ed j dnted December l'.b, A. D. 157. s
cure the sum of Fifteen Hundred and Forty
Six Dollars and Eighty-four cents, in ths fol
lowing manner, to wit $30 on the 20th day
of December A. D. 1857, $500 on the Oth day
of January 185.8, and the residue on ths Oth
day of March A. D. 185S, and Recorded in
Book B. of Land Records, of Sarpy county,
N. T. Page 291,2,3 one of the conditions in
the said mortgage is, that default being mads
in the payment cf, either of said notei, the
whole should immediately become due, and
payable, and default hiving been mads in ths
two first, named notes, and interest thereon)
and this being ths third time, aaid roort
rage has been renewed; now therefore, by vir
tue of the authority in me vetted, by said
Deed of Mortgage, 'I will p oceed to sell, ao
cording to the condition! (herein set forth, to
the highest bidder for cash, at public sale, in
the city of Bellevue, N. T. before the door of
the Bellevue House, on Saturday, ths 3rd day
of April A. D. 1858. at 10 o'clock, A. M. all
the following described property, to wit; ths
u-divl.led one half of Block No 113 In the city
of Bellevae, Harpy co. N. T. accordinr to
survey made by 8. W- T. Kchimonsky in 185fi;
and also, all the undivided half of tlie rertaia
piece or parcel of Land situated and lying tit
the county of Sarpy and Territory of Nebraska
and known and described ss follow, to wit:
commencing si a post 81:0 rods North, 81 i-i
East of ths S W corner uf sec 13, lownship 13
range 13, E of the 0 principal meridisa.
Thence north 471-2 west 23:5 rods to a cotton
wood stump, thence N 31 E 9:5 rods to a post
thence 8 47 1-2 E 23;5 rods to a post, thence
8 34 W 9:5 rods to place of begiuing also all
ths improvements and buildings, consisting in
part, of one steam saw mill and the tenement
hereditament and appurtenances thereof, sub
ject neverthelcits. to a Deed of Morten ee. to
secure the payme t 'f Two Thousand Two
Hundred Dollars, ($2200) It being a prior
mortgage and having precedence over all
12t-8 V. A. GWYEO. Mortgages
5FVIE undersigned, hiving purchased tbs
4JL stock in trade, or Palmer. Averill, the
bumness will be carried s)u, as heretofore, at
the old stand, under tbs name and style of
Win. C. Averill II Co.
. WM. C. AVERILL.
ft w. ii roNononr.
ft ft fr Tf (
THE undersigned hsvs opened, a largs
and commodious new store, on the corner of
Main and 2lh Streets, In Hellrvne, where a
vsrled assortment of Ooods msy bs found
Among them ars
SHOVELS, II AY-FORKS,
, SPADES, TEA-KETTLES,
GRIND STONES, CHAINS, tc,
Together with a quantity of
BOOtf3 c3 SHOCS
Segars, Rakes, Ropes, Horse-collars, Carpet
sacks, Window Hush, Peors,
. TEAS AND 8UCARS.
Tnhocen, Queensware, Glassware, Flaur,
Crackers and a great mnny mots articles.
They keep constantly on hand, a large as
sortment of good
Wlnra and Liquors,
Warranted ths bsst quality cheap for cash.
i37tf J. P. HOHN t CO.
MESSRS. OLIVER A. STONE, have pur
chased of H. Cook Orltfith, his entire
interest in the butchering business, and will
hereafter bs found at his old stand, on Miss on
Avenue, ssst of Main Street, under S. M.
Tike's (Srocery and Provision Stors, where
they will bs happy to wait upon his old cus
tomers, and all cithers who may chooss to
favor them with their patronage.
C FORCE A. OLIVER.
Oct. 29. CmM CHAULE9 SIONF,
r l.L persons who ars Indebted to the lets
XA. firm of Palmer II Aveilll, will please
call and settle the esme with
GEORGE P. AVERILL.
N. B. All accounts not closed within 30
days, will bs sued.
Jan. 2-Mh. 10
W. n. Longsdorf,
(GRADUATE of Penn. Collegs of Dental
T Surgery, respectfully announce to the cit
izens of Bellevue, and vicinity, that hs Is now
prepared to practice Dentistry, In all its va
Office hours from 2 till 5, P. M. 43
T ETTF.RS Testsmentary on (he estate of
j j Alexander Davis, late or Harpy county,
deceased, having been granted to the undolvn
ed, residing in said county, she hereby notifies
all persons knowing themselves to bs indebted
to said eUte, to make immediate payment,
and those having claims, to present the same
Croperly authenticated, for settlement on or
efors (hs first day of Mar next.
IRENE DAVIS, Aiu'r.
Bellevae, March 1st, 1858. 3ml5
To tno 3PtjlTd11o-
fJUIC undersigned having purchased ths en
X tire stock tif Jewelry, formerly owned by
Alex. Kemp, is prepared to sell ths same at
25 per cent less thnn was ever offered in this
eity before, as room must be mads for a large
spring aesortment. The stock eonsints of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, Clocks,
Sette of Cameo, Coral, Enamel, Painted,
Gold Stone, Masonic, and Mourning Jewelry,
Broaches, Ear Drops, Cuff Pins, Shirt 8tuds,
Lockets, Bracelets, Rings, Gold, Silver, and
Plaited Guard, Fob and est Chains, Gold
and Silver Spectacles. Also a splendid as
sortment of MORTON'S CELEBRATED
GOLD PENS. Also Musical Instruments,
Cutlery, Port Stonies, Touches, Card Cases,
. A fine stock of Rifles, Shot Guns, Revolv
ers, tc, which will be sold at a small ad
vance above cost, ss ths subscriber wishes to
go out of the gun bnsiness.
All kinds of repairing don with neatness
and dispatch by competent workmen.
I still continue to taks Omaha Scrip. Wes
tern Exchange, Nemaha Valley, eastern mon
ey .or eold and silver, In exchange for goods.
' CrtfStor on 12th JS'.reet, on door from
Farnham, and directly opposite th Western
Exchange Bank, Omaha, N.T.
Pleas call and examine goods and prices.
. T. W. WOODS.
Omaha, Jan, 12th, 1858. 3m9
MR. S. M. PIKE, still continues to keep at
bis old stand, on MUsion Avenue, east
cf Main Htreet, fresh Groceries, of all kinds,
of the best quslity. Also, a choic lot of
Hs has fitted up, in ths rear of bis store, a
Where he will furnish warm meals, or eold
lunch, at all hours of th day, including th
follow lug dlehes :
Roast Beef, Ovs'ers.
Corned Beef, Sardines,
Pickle l Tongue, Wild Gams, .
Pickled Tripe, Hot Coffee, )
Pigs Feet, , , And Tea.
His customers, and tb public generally, ars
invited to -iv him a calL
Nov. 26. itf
SEEDS FOR 1858.
"YTTE are now prepared with a ?ul and
v v and complete stock or i
FIELD, GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS,
Of the new crop, to supply any demand whole
sals ai.d retail, on ths very best of terus.
Our stock is new (as we lu uot eonsien seeds
and taks none back to mix up again,) aad
much of it grown under our own direction in
this state. Our stock of European seeds, is
imported directly by ourselves from th moat
r isble rrowrrs ia Ejielaud and France.
W feel confident iiu better advantacea to
th public ran be off red than w can give,
ana w cordially invite an examination ot our
stock before purchasing. Our stock consists
in part of Spring Wheat, Barley, Corn, Teas,
Beens. tc. a very lares variety ot Garden
Seeds and a full assortment ot Flower Seeds
if choice varieties, i Also, 150 bushsls pure
Chines Sugar Can Sed. - - 1 i '.I
Constantly oa hand a largs assortment of
Arrirultural and Horticultural implements.:
Full Ttsed seed and Implement catalogue
sent upon receipt gr tamp i pay poetics.
HEN'UY D. EMERYJt CO.,
3-rl 201 La V.. S'rt, f fci. sp.
V THE :
rillLLII'S, SAMPSON & CO'S
IT3 AIM WILL BE
Fiasri In Literature, to leave no wavLnoa
unrepresented, so that whilo sach lumber will
eontsln articles or an abstract and permanent
value, it will also be found that th healthy
appetite of th mind for entertainment in its
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