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J Mir; 5, 1858. J
Eo. CLtvatAitti Pul DtAtan i-When
! cam her in 1831, there were only abo it
300 white inhabitants upon the groupe, but
now they number nearly 2,000, of which ihre.
fourth reside In Honolulu. Being witnin four
teen days nil from Sin Francisco, we r
comparatively neat the United States, and
o.ir mails reach us with much recnl.ir.ty every
two week t averaging about forty-five days
(ro New York, and, thus your paper dropped
every week Into t'.e Post Office at Cleveland,
will rech me with nearly tae same regularity
! if I were a subscriber resident in New
York or Boston.
Diringthe months of October, November,
and December, we have large floe's or whale
ships in our ports.. Business is lively ami
theatres, hall-rooms and saloons', are in full
tint j b it during the remain portion of the
year a stranger - could hardly Imagine how
such a large number of ship chandlers, butch
ers, bakers and traders of vario is ki iJs m in
age to livt. , The fact is th H w-s; make eno -igii
)n three mn'ths to keep us t iro igH th; e itire
year, and in nd.li.lnn mi.i b.ive jccjid 1 1 lie J
laree fortuies here. .
Good house and ship eirpe-Ters a-i.l h'ack
emit (tet hre$5 0O per diy, and steady
b.v ds can have constant einlovmeir. GnoJ
bakers and shomakers are wanted tiere.
D is r tw resllv smirt vo ii; liwvers .nn
of ho.ior and hizh pri icinles ild I ex jet,!-i-i'y
wll here. ClerVs In s'ores gel from
$75, to l K),'lO nsr miith, and acc t it nits
from $n0 to $2, per month, (n fict,
wages and pries are now m ich hl.Tli-r h-re
than at ariv other nor i. of the Pacific. : 0 ir
airreicv, as 1 1 C I'lfor ii I) is en'irely upon
ths specie ori'icip'e. a id a hauli bill 14 h-Ve
as much of a curmtity. as a Calil'ornia fifty
do'lar piece would be iu Cleveland.
Yo-i ra ist have heard of our climate here,
which t nr mind is the most deligh'.f.il in
the world. O ir teinperatwe during tHe year
average abo it 73 41 , and .is extremely eve-.
W call 85 3 very warm, and consider bl
exceedingly coM. We are just within (he
tropics in 22 9 North Latitude,' and with a
bracing trade wind always blowing, o.ie can
not he considered ejotis-ical li braffgiils; du
anch a clma'.e as that of Ho dlrila. "-
Ceivl O, H.n'on, i the noted mail robber
o O'lld, ' is a resUe it' here. II" came down
from California four years ago with his wife,
and they kpt bordin; ho u, but lost money
at it, ard tli old mm w.-s fi tally reduced to
w -irk tag hv the diy at cirpeoter 'work.' Flni
ally ths the inn'.ism" prevented his diinevea
this, and now h lias turned l.iwver and inn
ages, I presume, just 'o live and ho more. I
sin:erelv nitv ths o'U ma i i.ti I t'liuk th it lie
Is truefv rene itaut. H dose not know me,
h it I remember. w'in I was a bov, sel.ig
him in his prims ; bat now We chiii-! 1 . .
..... ... ICUKUI STREET...
The Massachusetts i-ua e, at last nc
c luuts, vycra en,'aii' iu d ciphi-t jri
letter froiii.ihe Hun. Rufus dictate,
which it liai been guessed relate t the
ca of : Eia', injared hi the time of the
Bints rendition. : We prenum the Snl
ate is still sitting.- Lout DfMobrat.
AaairaL or Taoors ox Their Wat
to Utah. A dulachraent of three hur
dred Unitei States troops, bel.njinj to
the Seventh infantry ciiiiiiimiidfd ly
Maj. Backus, and accompanied by five
officers, arrired in Cincinnati. ovr '. the
Little. Miami r.jad, on th 2nd imt. They
I are from. G iVi rn ir'ii i-land, Nv York,
n route tor J. ffers.in barracks, and from
I tlience ' wiH brt sent forward , to join the
t I'tah-epedkmu- "i. t r ." v
Mrs. Jolia I) an Hayne, and her hus-
band have gono to Charleston.' They in
tend next to make a tour through Europe,
thence gn to AuatraJiut and iinuliy return
to. ban i raucit'o, which they Uesiim to
make their permanent home.
It is now certain that the shells used in
the attempted asMtssinaiion of Napoleon
were -of I'.ngU h inannfactura. a They
were made by iyi ingeniiu inechuniu of
Birmingham, named Joseph Taylor, from
a m Kiel furnihed by an Englishman call
injf himself Thouias'Alhdp, fn complicity
wan the Italian assassin--. - ISO lilaine a
fc i at in i
tames to ur. 1 i.vyior. tie supposes t .e
siielli were a new mvenu n fur waicli a
patent wis to be o!.tain;il, an I h id n t idea
of trie criminal use to nv.l'ou'iriey were to
te applied. 1 j '
-..wi 'i Texut Lnndi.
. The Aufetiu torr tpand ct tf the Gal
Veston Civilian, in liu Ictt-r of ,l2lli uit,
Writes as follows:
I now have the' pleasure of atluduticing
the paJsiio. of on' of hS nlot miporiaiU
Uvy4 eVer enacted for tJii; welfare ot 1 e
v It i an a;t opnia the aluujt en
tire pub:io dom tui ot at $il4 to 4ale at
filfj pris. To be Lrief, Ibe UuuunU
kjoneri of th-j LanJ O.Bce n autnorufd
to Sill lanibcripiiiiquautitioiof J(jj, 320.
610, and 123 J acre tract -. The. land m
the Pacific U.-ervo tJ bo sold ut pjr
acre; the alternute sections invudo ruil
rud and Galveoton Can il ''rniitsaiiJl inJ
on all the island ut $1 per a-re; and
all ota T pjWu lands at ou r dollar. . Tue
bill pissed,, on inotiui o' Mr. llrowi;, at
10 o'tlo 'k last nii.t. Tiiu niurntt; a
run v4S inadj on, the Land Oih .e to luiy
50 cents scrip (aulliorized by t.'iU ' la.-t
Lejislatuh; as the price of iaads in tee
Pdciiij R;srve) ' before the LSovrnof
coul l si,'n this I ill. and by 2 o'clock,
fchoui $12 000 i.a I been 'pi d in f but Gov
Tnor Runnels, hinrin of the' inov uu'ii't
lost no tim in affixing his .-In inanuul 10
the act and ilotlf)iiiij the " Coininiium?r
that if was a Id u-'of the land,' wliicri at 1
P. St., put a stop tJ tHe 'peculation.
Vou will see that speculators were ' thus
securing reserve scrip at 50 cents.' while
its Vrice would be two dollars the rtioineut
l..t.. j. ........ 7
urn ai was nymui ,
A' frarexligger, . who burtsed Mtt
Button placed the following item in a bill
which he sent lh widow of the drceae1:
To making a Duttou-hole, 60 tentsi"
''This is George the Founh," said an
exhibitor of wax-.vork, ointing to a slim
figure. 1 thought'ihat he was' a ' Very
tout man." "VerT lik. lv. but if voti'd
been here with ui vatual half so long as
o nas, you d been twice as linn
i . 'T
. V Have you cv r UoUwi a horse ! in
A..!- . J 1 SB
s"rea a norsejochey. Ko, iiot ei
ttly, replied Simmons,' but 1 bare
wtken ibret or lour wagoaa," J
' When irrapln) lyranny oTends, '
Or angry bigots frown ,
When rulers plot, for selfiih ends,
To keep the people down ;
When etatesmen form unholy leagues
To drive the world to war,
When knaves In alces intrlgus '
For ribbons br a star " '"
We raise our heads, survey their deeds,
And cheerfully reply, , .
Grub, little moles, grub under ground,
There's sunshine in the sky. ,
When canting hypocrites combine, :
To curb a freemau's thought, j j ,
A.ud hold all doctrines imdivine , ,
That hold their eanting naught ( '
When rdnni! the narrow pale they plod,
And scor. if ill ly assume
Tint all are cursed of G-d,
: ' And justify the'dof-m j " '
We lliii.k of God's eternal love, '
. And strong in hope reply, i
Cru'i, i le in ile, grjb u.ider ground,
Tuo.e's sumhiiic i the sky.
When greedy xuthors wMd the pen,
To p'e lie the valgar towa, '
Depict great tniercs as injured men.
And hctoejo! renown . . ,
P.iinler to prejudice unclean,
Apologise idr crime,
And daub the vices of the mean
With (l ittery like slime ' tongue,
. For MiKou's ctaft, or Shakespeare's
We blush, but yet leply
Grub, little mules, grub under ground,
There's aai.shi.ie in the sky.
-v ' . 'I -j 1 ' "
When men romplain of humble kind,
In mis mtropliic mood,
And tniiikinj evil tilings, grow blind
To presence of the good ,
When, walled In prejudices strong,
- Tney urije that everm re ' ' '
' The woi Id is fated to go wrong,
Forgoing wrong belore i t '
We feet tile truth they carinot feel, .
And smile as we rtply
Gr.ib, lit'.ie inolesj gruli under ground, ,
l'.i'ero's S'lnsniiie iu the y. ,
A Drnclical ioke was once attrniDed to
u play'i d on Mr. Erskine, as he went
one day to Westminister Hall, with his
ample bay; full of briefs. Som.i waggish
barrister hired n Jew a boy to ao and ak
him if he had " any old cloths lb ld."
fio. you little Hebrew imp," exclaimed
the indignant ' counsellor, they are all
9IASO.HC. ; ' - -
A The reeular meet
VLode. No. 1S4; c'f
'Vx Mason, will be he
meetingsj of Nebraska
I: c'f Free' and Aceen'ed
be held at Masonic Hall,
on the second and fourth Tuesday evenings of
each month, at 0 1-2 o'clock. '
L,. U. M.l.-'iblJ v;m.
.'.. 1. O. O. t
' The 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 ou that
eveninjr, are respectfully invited to attend.
I- CI. S. Ol UIUM41.11, 11 vr.
F. MM DAVENPORT, Soc'y.
Nail Arrangements.' '
laiuvk . , t .
Tuesdavs, Thursdays, and Saturdays
o'clock, P. M.
: ctc-sct ' -
SWavs, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, at 9
o'clock, P. w.
i- -. rA WESTF.RN MAIL
A SRI V R $
Tuesdavs. Tharsdays, and Saturdays, at ft
o'clock, F, M, .. . '
Tuesdays. .Tharsdavsi and Sundsvs, at 9
o'clock, P M.
' soufrtFlRN Mail '
. - ' '. 7 t .
Trefdnvi, end faturdaVs,' at 10 s'clock.
A. M. " "
t I ' r ttOSKl ;.' - : S
Moidavs, and Fridavs, at 3 o'clock, P. M.
v'- NORTUF.RN MAILi - :
Mondavs, and Fridavs, at 3 eeloek.FV M
Tuesdays, and Fridays, at lOo'clfle'k, A. f.
Office enen on m-is vs, on!v ironl 6 o'c'ork
, M. too.dock P. M. Tbls rule will be
strictly edhtrcd tv.
L. B. KINNEY, P. M.
. . l. . m '
Correct- i Weekly by CiAnKk k. B'rtp,
Forwarding and Com; Merchants.
( 'FlourEttra Family) $3)75 per 08 lbs.
" Kme, $2,7.V 1 ' '
Meal $i per lOOlbSi . ' .
Apples Uri-d. $3 per bushel.
: Green, 3,50 pel1 hsrreL ' ''I '
, Peaches 4 tK). ,
Butter New 2fir V 25 tk
Blne-2 5-1 bus; - ":.' !'" "
, Corn-5il V bush. . -i . . i
' Oats 75c
Beef 7 to Se.
, Dried Beef 20f per lb. .. .
' M(-G.-k.; pf sack, ' '"
V EmswIoc V dbs ' v..-- v- .'. ,u
r.llay $4 00 tA$0 00ftu i . , .
Bran. W) cent per bush.
Pork Fresh. $d to $7 per'auai " :"c
Hams 12 l-2e.
.Siijea Clear, 13 - r . . -h
' Urd 15 e th '...
Onions $3 50 y bust ,
Pelts Sheep 50e
do Coon S5e .
Vood Cotton, 3.fk1. If ard, 5,dd.
Luoiber (jottonwoml beat'r23 7
' " -do q. edeed S30 00
da Oak, Walnut, Basswood $10 00
. aei Pin irtlnei e'faf Jfto 00 VI at. :
. do . Flooring 2d . $05 00
1st $7500 '' "
' ' .- Board; t.V ft, $75 00 ...'..
, ghlngles Pine $3 50 (m $11 50 9 m.
" Cottonwood $5 00-'
y Uth Pins $riOOr n.
Doors " $3 50 $ 75 each.
bash $1 00 2 1-4 per cissstaL
t-: t; f vj.t a 1 i:j',i
A Salt at
lORN MEAL at
ANCY S. F. Pt
tio tis Flour at
rJi.AKtti: t pno'S.
EXTR A Family bt. Louis Flour at
A. CLARKE Jt IIRO'S.
IOWA & Illinois Flo'nr at ..
2w21 CLAftKG k BltO'S;. .
HOOFLAND'S Celebrated Oerm'sn flitters
at CLARK E k BHD'S.
HOOFLAED'3 Bilsime Cordial at
4w21 CLARKE St BRO'3.
PLOWS I PLOWS! ,
r"TMIE largest lot of plow, of all kind, ev
.L r received In this misk rr sale b
4t20 . CLARKE & BRO.
A C ff Lbs. prim Ricon, j lit received
TtVV V and for sate c'r
ale cbean. bv
, . CLARKE & nno.
B ish'sj ConU f"v sal" af
2i23 ClJARKH h nno'3.
T ishels choice M o iri See.l Torn, at
2t2D CLARKE .V. RRO'5.
A Few Barrels ef prim" Cider, for
CLARKE & BUO.
yfHITE B'ans. at
CLARKE h BRO'S.
- - 2t20
Po'i'n. (! '
E Yoke of rood worVin" Cattl. for
sale by CLARKE &. CRO.
ONE Lumber Woon. for sale bv
CLARICE U HRO.
Cottonwood Shlne'es. for
CLARKE & BRO.
C.SII will he pal I by C';irke ,t Tlrn. for
any quantity of dry and green hides.
For Rent or Sale. '
rrHE .Fina S'one ti iildln known as the
.A. H.qllcvue S ore, sjtUHled pi ,tlie comer of
Jerferson and 27tli streets, Belleirue, N. T.,
will be so'd, or ren'eil, at n rjarpaln.
Fortertrls;. euuire of T. B."LEfON at
the Fonteneile Ranki , - .
2m 2t) ., .....
SPECIAL NOTIOE I
riIIE iiidersi.!iifd informi the puMie, -th.it
L after this dte. thev lilive admitted the
Cash svs'em. a.id r-d idea tliolr p'rori: colum i
te the lOWeSt (L'nres: '
All persons indeb'ed to 'is. are reiues'ed to
call and settle before the first of M y, A. V.
without fail. ....
April 8, 1353. . J. P. II JRN, k. Co.
Police. ' v
HEREBY give notice, that oa and jifter
'he lS'h d iv of April nex', f will proceed
to pive di-edt, to those entitled to lots and
i inu. n (list i ru not tnt try or ri:cv en
tered by the Mayor: ' as a town site," at lbs
office of Bowcn Sc. Strickland.
LEAV1TT L. BOW EN, Mayor:.
TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA? ,
SARPY . COUNTY. J
NOTICE is hereby Riven, that tUe County
Commissioners of Sarpy county, will
meet on Monday, May 10th, 1858, at 9 o'clock
A. M at the house of Hernhart Myers, to
view and loette, a road in answer to a Petition
to commence at a point iiear the residence of
lid Beri.h irt Myers, where the pad fiow
Bellevue. intersect the Territorial road lead
in from Om th', in Doi.g'as e u i'.y, to Ced ir
lil.irld i'i Sarpy cnirit tlie ice 1 1 a point near
the residnui e f V. T'. Wlii'.tin ton, thence to
the residence of li. IL Bmi h, thai ce, near
the refcidenie of George Sv evil , to the most
practical rout to Firview. Sild Comuits
ioners will niet In th evening of the same
diy, at 5 o'clock at. Hirnhart.Meta to hear
partirs iuers'.rd in loca i ij s iui torfd
O i the fotl.iwinjt ilav, M iv!;l,h, 1833, at 0
o'clock A. M.; S lid ConmiWsio.ieis wi'l meet
at Philander Cook's ne.jr Piat' Uiver, to
view ami. locate a road, pioposril in 1'etijo i
to run from La Platte, ab jr 'h( Pja'U Rier
bottom, uext the I1I11IT1 bv C li Lie's, U. 11.
Stni.tit in I north of S-vivels'o the S- E: cor
ner of Set Id, Township 13.- Rae12, E. of
the nth principal meridian
er will meet in uie evenin ot uie a jme uay
at 5 o'clock at the bouse or riiilander Cook,
tc near p rties Interested in nl roati.
Un iniirsipy, May 13th, isjb, iu county
Commissioners pf Strpy i'ountic, will, meet a;
Reuben Loveioy's at U o'clock A. M. to view
and locate a road, to commence at a point on
the west lln bf the Bellevue M sii'i Claim.
th sues ndrth-west bv lh most direct 'and
rc'ica route, bv way of tlie ..fuiks of the
B rappuiion ana vt ei pa i;u uoa creeKS, io
HSseltoh: thence' to llie north line of sail
eo.mtv.-at a point onthe north side of Sec 13.
Townsh.p U, Range 11.
ins vmniuisioner win men meet ai Ku-
ben Loveioy'.. in lellevii ia the eveuine of
the same day at
teres'ed. -. .
' By order of th
Lslltvue, April 5;
ADMINISTRATOR'S NO i ICE,
TETTERS Testsmentarybn Ihe rs'atf of
Alexander Davis, late of ti.irpv count v.
deceased, kaving beu granted to the undesiTa-
fd, residing in said co uity. she hereby notifies
all persons knowing thine'vs to be indeb'.ed
to said estate, to make imro'tliite navmei.t.
and thoa having claims, to present tb same
properly au'heiiticated. for settlemsnt oa or
befori ihe first day of Ma- nxt.
IREN'R DAVIS, Am'r. "'
Bellevue, March !e IH5S. ' 3m13
r-r in uruniTMivmvKtfnv
i-n i w , i a -l i vj . v r. it .s
J. IU inderi;n4 lake this me-noj of rail
lug upon those who ar 4ndbted t them
coma forward and ssttl their acarwinta.
notes, bef re the I I h dav of April nest, as
w mist hsve money by that time. We have
waited lone and pst'ientlv oa our customers,
snd it our Invitation 1 rot respoidsd to, w
hall p'aee the acco i"t in other hands (or
i - -
eii-uon. mi a ru?i k, ROWLES.
BtUcrue, March. 24, 1359. ' 18.4
3 o'clock, to hear p irties in- .li wrk 1 1 fiili i,.,, ef unl of ,wo "oand and two hundred
T- ?2 :"kJ'.lJ,,r,!L,y-C.h"r"el!1 ' dollare, ($2,O0.) hich is claimed to b dus
8rr.Pill-..'v U. liAMiS.' .i..,i' j'Ta-... .i..r. "."T'. renain mm er niorrgsre, nesnng- dat
h. lJiS Coin-y Clork . Z. imV;, oY cost . M-rch-M.li, A. D. 1857, executed by William
, n" "J f"?Vw . w .. Johnson, iti.n of th 6:!if Iowa. Alfr.d
NOTICE is hereby (Iven, thit on tht eve.
Hint; of the 10th Inst. I lost my p cket
, book in llellevue ci'y, containing some alu
i able papers that nre of no use (o anv one but
invtelf. together with a dollnr bill, with ssme
notes against various persons, one of 113 on
Chailes Peter Makel, and one of $59,M on
M. I). Shaw, one on J. V. Horn, ft. to. of
about $0,00, one on fi aekburn of j and
various others.) I : ercby notify all persons
from purchasing any of the raid notes.. An.j
person fin Ji lift said pocket-book and returning
thesime to me, or leaving It rt the ofllcs of
thu Bellevue Gazette, will be liberally re
warded, besides confering a great f.ivor.i i
(tns) e. n. upjoiin.
: . NEW .
L P. KINNEY &
rMHE ti'idersiitue.l are now opcniiig the
.1. I.1rea and le selec'ed. assortment of
Spi in-r and S iminer poinl, ever before oftVred
In market for the (ruth of this, we Incite
the Ladies and Ceullemen to cull and see
tint this is no News I'jpcr pulf, no fiction, no
R it truth In rea'.hy,
Even in Nebraska!
Therefore come one. come all, ana David will
he oa hand in his us ial irond humor to wail
on all. Lubes in p.ir'icular.
Every thine n.ay be found in the shape of
choice dress eoodi for Sprinj an B unmer at
Hi , KINNEY t CO' 5.
GROCERIES of evrv description, cheap at
' KINNEY & GO'S.
JddTS and shoe,
goo! and warranted at
K INNER & CO' a.
(1 ITERS. H iMkius,
nn.l Tlnn-re of every
KINNEY ft CO'. '
N'AILS, Glass and Q ieiswsre, rhein at
KIVVKY ft CO'S.
v . .
1 FEW Firkii.ii of enbd n iC'er a
n?l a lot of
y siif.ll white bephiJ fur sate at th Hird-
v..ie s'ore of T. fc J. A- Nye
pr th. lJ-"a"S $3 per buslinl.
l Butter Stents
Both warrsn'ed to be not strorg.' rail
around there that have the money.' 4tlH '
to me directed.
XJ by the Clrk nf the D:fcrlet O 'rt of
Sarpy county, N. T.. in favor of Louis Barte's
and nrainst the proper'y of (ienrire Jennings
to satisfy a Jiul"nient a'eainst s'?id Jennines
fort e sum of three hundred and i.inety elht
dollars and seven'r two centsj now therefore
i win oner, at pnotic auction in. front of the
Bell evue .House, on the 17th dav of April
a. i. loos Do'.ween trie nours ot o'clock
A. M. and 4 b'clocK P. M. of said dart. to
the highest bidder, for cash, the following do
scribed pmprrty, to witi Lot 4 in Block 101
alo Lot in. Block .17, in th CI v of Bellevue
Jjatea, i;ciicvne, March lTlli 18:iU. ,
.TOITN M.' F. VOCIf, RherifT.
2t . By S. H. WATfLES, Dip. KheritT.
ITlAVEjbeeti very Indulgent w ith my custom
ers about ravihp i:n. aomtlrr.es this nrin
Cipel ceants to be a virtue. I will now notify
Sll tn rmr m nn .-. I Iiji r.jl nn.l -t 1 la .IJ mrtrm
immeJia.el, and vo 1 will very much oblige
, Your obedien' servant,
ifu .1. .r n viv.'pv
Notice. '. v
13 herehy (fiven to Georpe Rife, William
A. Robinson, and all whom it ms v con
cern, that I- will apretr at the Land Office In
Omaha, on Friday the 9;h day ot April., at
li o'clock. , m. and mere prove my right to
pre-emp' the . e quarter of the s. e, quarter
of see. 20, a. w. quarter of s. w. qiarter of
see. 21, w. half of n. w. quarter ..f Sec. 23,
towBi.in i.i, ranee i, east ni m! Otn princi
pal nuridian, in Nebraska TTM'.otv.
3MS JOSEPH MILLER.
T ETTF.RS of Adminis rat'mu on the fstata
I-J of Jwhu Ray laieof Srpv coi
pf a t Itfliiii. 1i.it rrn.t.jl In lli. ..ril.Ap
;r.,i. iin t npilv-. i. i,.ril.v fri. ,lr. t
i a) mon indebted to a!de-at- to call land
' .l .1 - - - J .1 l ..1 ....
riiia iiiv uir una inaiiv uviiiy; claim
aeainst tt s es'jite are requested to present
Wm propriv nth 'u'lciteii ror seitiement.
13 WILLIAM H. WRICltT. Adm'r
. CISTAfK T.V.C.V.ll,
C0TT51 '1 SURVEYOR OF MILLS CO
OFFICE GLEN WOOJ-V IOWA."
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Ca nity, showing the tr t pon Ions of lh lim
ber, water course and bl:id kept constantly
on hand. H ivintf had experience both la tfiis
country and in Europe. h'fe Is assured of
giving satisfaction to all who miy favor tiiu
with their patronage.
Gold SHsr.led at the late St. Louis
filr to O. 8eeer t Scblinonsky for the
best topographical tan. - .. ...a .
Vine Glen wood. Mills co, Iowa. Ji ,
; 'v Notice" !::
"VfTICE li hereSr gTi t Cenr? W.
Lewis, Joh i Cieaveland, and ail other
f. trn.l I an k.lnr. Ik. O . . . t
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loUl, 2, and
j.o'tMmii, .,, inngs m eau. as per
inslmctl'ins of th Commissioner of the Land
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ume io ro-mvestiya' ssld pre-emption. .
... JUHI A. PARKER Jr., Register,
A.R. GILLM0RE,Uscsvr. ,
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Frldav the t.h div of - AnriL' 15J. st 1A ' will K ant, I t r...i.ii.. inriinV .. is.t.
vi ..ir a.-iim winv ai um 11 x. on or. mmp nv Mr. vnimA-itk in rti fcjt
. to o'clocn A. M.. and olT-r neh evl tone von 1 of f..n a n K.. k.t.. n.. k... " .. I
S lli ml. It a vtt I., annMMk - J... .k. . I l-i.. i ... ... . T
riupiion oi jo in i i vriana. io
THE undersigned hsve opened, a lr
nd commodious new store, on the corner f
Main and Mh Streets, In Dellevde, whert a
varied assortment of Goods may be found
Among them are .
GRIND-ST0NE9, CHAINS, A.e.,
Totether with a (ushtityof
33 O OtJ c&3 SlLOOS
Setsrs, Rkes, Ropes, Horse-collars, Carpet
sacks, Window Sash, Doors, t
. TEAS AND 8UCARS.
Toborco, : Qneensware, Glasswite,. Flour,
Crackers si.d a creat many more articles.
I ney keep constantly on band, a lara as
sortment of good
M ints and Llrtuors.
Warranted the beet quality t chean for easli.
njur j. i'. iiuiin t tu.
Chang Dd Hands.
MESSRS. OLIVER k STONE, have pur
clmsed of II. Cook CrilTiLh, his entire
interest In the butchering business, and will
hereafter bo found at his old stan.L on Miss'on
'venue, east of Mun Street, under S. M.
Pike's Grocerv and TroviMon Store, where
they will be happy to wait upon his old cus
tomers, and all o'hers who mar choose to
favor them with their patronage.
GF.OUGF, A. OLIVER.
Oct. 25. 0m51 CHARLES 31 ONE.
W. II. Longsdorf,' m
GRADUATE of Penn. Collega of Dental
Sureerv, respectfully announce to the cit
izens of Bellevue, and vicinity, that b is now
prepared to practice Dentistry, in al) its va
rious branches. ' . '
Offio hours from 2 till 8, P. M. ' "45.
f HUH un'f'ersitfnM liavlrur purchased the en-
JL tire stock t Jewelnvj forsirrlv owned bv
Alex. Kemn. is nrenared to sell Jhe sam St
25 per cent less than was eVet offered In this
eit Vj berore, as room must b made for a lajp
sprtnir assortment. The stock consists of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, Clocks,
neir oi Iurn, vorai, r.namei, raintea,
Gold Stone, Masonic, and Mournlnr ewslry,
Hrdacbes, Ear. Drops, Cuff Pins, Shirt Studs,
Jackets, nraceletfl, Jtinfi. Gold, Silver, and
Plsi rd Guard, Fob and Vest Chains, Gold
Slid Silver Spectacles Also a splendid as
sortment of MORTON'S CELEBRATED
GOLD PENS Also Musical Instruments.
Cutlery, Port Monies, Pouches, Card Cases,
tc, kc. , .
A fine stock of Rifles, Shot Guns. Revolv
ers, tc, whkh will be sold at a .small ad
vance above cost, as the subscriber wiaties to
go out or tlie Run business.
All kinus or reparrinc don wlh neatnlls
and dispatch by competent workmen.
I still continue to take Omaha Strlf. Wes
tern Exchange, Nemaha Valley, eastern mou
sy, or pold and silver, In exchange for Roods.
(T-tT-Mtore on 12th. Street, .one .floor frotfc
Farnham, and directlv opposite tbs Western
Exchange Bank, Omaha, N. T.
Please call and examine roods and prices.
t. yv. WOODS..
Omaha, Jan. 12th, 1853. ' 3u9
, , BEEDS FOR 1858
WE are now prepared wt& i full and
and complete stock of f ; . ; i
FIELD, GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS,
Of the new crop, to supply any demand whole
sale snd retail, on th verv best of terms. , J
Our alotk Is hew (as W do not consign seeds
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mi tint iigng Hen io nix up again,; UN
much of it grown under our own direction in
this state. Our stock of Europaa aetds is
imported dirseUy by ourselves, froa Ut most
r lable grower in England and France.
W feel confident no better IdvantagM to
in puunc can be, oiiered tfla w caa stivs,
arm we roruiany invite aa examination of out
tock before purchasing. .' Our stock consists
in psrt of Spring Wheat, Barley, Corn, Peas,
neons, ac, a very lari vanet or Garden
Seeds and a full assortment of Flower Seeds
of choice varieties. Also, lyO bushels pure
Chlneso Snar Caix Seed.
Onslautlv on hand a iai" assortment of
Agricultural and Horticultural implements.
Full priced sred. and implxmsnt catalogus
sent upon receipt of tamp to pay postage,
HENRY D. EMERY L CO., '
3oM 204 Lak Street, Chicago.
77- ." - ' - ' - T I - .; .
Notice of Foreclosure of .Mortgage by
TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA,
. COUNTY OF SARPY, - j
Reuben Lovejoy, Mortjagef, j
William R. Johr.sop. .
Alfred Kellum, '; "
Aaron O. Cx, Mortgagers'.
i X .1
M-jrtgag dated. Ma'icti H'.h, A.
conled in book E., Pag 100,
tioT, at lot o'clock, a. M. -
Default having been made la t'
ny Co-inty, Nebraska Territory, to Reuben
lov-joy, or Bellevue, sToresald. and Recorded
in the fcfliee of the Redeter of Deeds, at n,s.
I.a City, for Sarpy County, N, T., ia Book fi.
i-jsr on ids zisc ot April, A, 11. at
10 1-2 o'clock A.M. .' ' v
Now, therefore, notice Is hereby given, that
In pursue- ee of a power af sat onUsnd hi
said mortgage,. aol ot th aUtut, i:i such
case mad and. provided, th nramise de.
Scribed 1n d conveyed by salt "nwrigf-e, to
wit i all that certain piece ard parcel of land;
with it appu''eaucs, ituated and lying ftf
th city of Bellevie, in sil county of t)arpv,
and Terrl'.orr ef Nebraska, snd described ss
Block nb;nidred snd tb'r een, (113 l-i said
i city of Bellevn.sccordln:tth sarey4her
s in on that dav, to tb highest bidden th
al to b in - front of th BelUva House, in
the city of Bellevue, Sarnv County. Nebraska
itrricory. RtUBKX LOYEJOY.
. j- i .' V- n Mortxare. -
T. B. Lsnon, AUj. ,;. ... 4 ;
, M-uca 2W,154. ' A ;$j.
uerauu niving osen msoe - la t'- paymeat
-:- i ni prr- i ocii,i m i or noon, ana in sMlinc r th
Notice or the roticieiuti tr Kirtfftf i
TERRtTORY OF NEBRASKA,)
, COUNTY UF HAHFI. I . 1 !
Reuben Lovejoy, Mortf (, j
V. A. Owyer, Mrtfstcrs. Jj j
Deed of Mortgage dsted DecesiVer I8tb, A.
D. 1857, and reeordsd'ln ' Jk B.. Page
2,09, 270 apd 271. Dseeikbei list, UM at
'clock, A. M. " " "
Default having been aide la payasat f taa
am-f two.Uiousand tw hsndred 4aiUrs
f 2,2D0,) which Is claimed t b due at U
oat of tbl notice, and secured by a deed f
Mortffsrf bearing date, December 18tb, 1157,
executed bv Alfred Ksllum and V. A. Owyee,
of Barpy County, Nebraska Territory, U Rea
ben Iovejoy, of .UiSiclly- of Bellevue, Sarpf
County, Nebraska Territory, and recorded tt)
th offic of th Register of Dds for Sarpy
Ceunty, N. T, la book B., pages 189, 170 Sad
271, on ths 2 1st dav ot December., A. D. 1157,
at 10 o'clock, A. M- Now, therefore, setts
1 hereby given that In pursue of a pw
of sals contained la said mortgage, aid of tk
Statute in such cases mad and provided, th
premie described in and conveyed by said
mortgage, to witi All that certain piece r,
parcel of land, lying and being sltusts la tk
County of Barpy, snd Territory of Nebraska,
and described as follows, to wit i Commenc
ing for ths asms at a post 84.0 rods, Nrtk
811 degrees, East of ths S. W. corner t see
tion thirteen, (13) Township thirteen, (13),
Rsnge thirteen, (13), east Of th 6th Princi
pal Meridian thence north 471 degrees, west
2.1.5 rods to a cottonwood stump, thence north
t degrees; east U S rJs to a post, these
South , 47 1-2 , degrees esst, , 23.5 rds
to a post,' thence south 30 decrees west 9.$
rods to th plad of beginning, containing se
acre and firty-seven perch, together with all
and slugular. the, tenement and . herditassnti
ohtijtpiiifiletiSncej thereunto belonging, r ia
anywise' appertaining, consisting in part f
on engine, -boiler and all the machinery aad
fixtures for a perfect itisa saw-mill, maaafac
turl ty Cooper and CI i rk, Mt, Vrno,Obi,
ana ssiu to ei tinny nor power, win
sold at public auction on the 0th day ef Jase,
A. D. 19S8, between ths hours of V o'cUca A.
M., and th setting of the sun on ths susse
riy, to th highest bidder.'. Th sal t b lw
front of th Btllevuj Itoui in ths City af.
Bellevue, Sarpy Cuuntv, Nebraska Territory,
i . . REUBEN LOVCJ0Y, t
' T. B. Linus, Att'f. ' ' "
Arrit 1st, 1859. altttlt '
BY virtue of an execution to me directed Vy
the Clerk, of t District Court of Sarpy
co inty, N. T., In favor of John Kabler, a4
gainst the property, of Harrison Berry, to
satisfy s Judgment sgainst said Berry, forth-1
sum of fifteen-hundred and thirteen dollars
and seventy-six: cents, ($1513,70)) nw thrr '
fore I will ofler st public auctloo oath press
isee, on th 22nd day of 'April, A. D. 185$ i
between the hours of nine o'clock A. M. a
four o'clock P. M. of said day, to th highest
bidder, for cash, th following described prop '
rty, to wit j on steam saw mill with all tba
apparatus belonging thereto, said mill blag
situated In th west part f Sarpy anty oa
Elkhom river, sad known as ta Harris c
Borry Mill. ' , ";; , '
Dated, Bellevue MareiVB A. P. 1.
JOT1N M. KNOCK.
2t Sheriff f bsrpy Couoty, H. '. I
BY virtu of an execution, to m diret4
by th Clerk of th District Court' of '
Sarpy county, N. T., In favor ef Cyras K.
Mark, and agslnst th property of Gssrg
Jennincs, to satisfy a judgment against tk
said Jenr.ins ; for trie sum of fiv bundt4 i
ivd .lnty-sli dollar,' and sevSnty-sljr cepU
($500,-76). 'Now, therefore, I will ffsr M '
public auction, in front of tb Bellevu Uoim t
on tlie 24th day of April, A. D. 1,J5$, between .
the hours of nine o'clock A.M., and fear..
o'clock P. M., of ssld day, to the highcat bid
der, for caih, th following described proper
tv, to wit i being th N. W. ot N. C, Sk t
N. E.. S. E
:. or , w, cr section 24, townsa' ,
3, E. of ths Ctif prtoclpal sseridiaa;7
13, rang 13
Dated Marth (3rd
n vara, vsim, '
JOHN M. ENOCH. Rb.tln.
211$ ty S. H. WATTLES, Dep. Sheriff.
: r i THE CHICAGO CITT '
' ., OFFICE : ' r. t - f. '
Room No. I ilasoc Jemrjieatbsii
I ' ,.ii.jSlei, Chicigf; rj . , K.t-t ..
. VI RECTORgr '-- -
XDMCiD CAlVrlltB, i-
iflac caoc, ?. . r -.
st. s. sicaaos, '
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jt. a. Wmcoor. i . , t
t n OFFICEMs jr. t laA
Edriund Canfleld, Prei., Wm. 8. 2UU;
eo y, nenry opman. Treat. ; -
THIS Company was Organised on th J7lk
dav ot March. A. D. 1853. under a asc
ial charter from th Legislator f llUaois, i
and business commenced under tb most fa
vorable auspices. Its est6Usbmnt has been, i
upon a arm and rcliabl bans, and la view of
its stabi)ity,soundaess,and prmaaacy,raBk.a n
as ons of tb first insuranc Compaai ta tk b
country. , To thos desirous of protecting .
themselves sgainst lost or damsgs by Fir, or '
rertl f tht 6a, they ber Itav ta ffs ti.o''J
followiiij ' v: " ;
. ; -... REFtRENCJES.. t. LJ
Messrs. Ston 4 Witt, Cltvtlat4, CbX - -f
Norton Si Brother.
Bton A Boomer, : ' . ' "'
II. 8. Durand, Pre. Jlatln lc Miss. It. ft.
Ca. C. Northrup, Casu flaetot Ca. Baalu'
J7"- P- Liodj Ec., M,sauk' . .. t ( ,. ; ,
J. O. Conroe tJ. Racln.'. . 1 '' " .
Ashley Gilbrt, Cash. Cornel Sit, Cblesg.- '
Uenry Fmbav PreefdlotChkaeos. Itwk
Island Rail Itaad, , . 3 v , .: t
Difttel P. Rhodes, Esq., Oeveland, Ohio. .
Thomas CampbeTf, Ksu., Sprtncel, IU.'
HoIChaeaein,,?. LoorsMo ' ' 1,-i
Messrs. Wadsworth, Weils . Scvaiostf, t
.Chicago. 1IL ,.'.,; .fl m U
Messrs. I. If. Bnrch V Co., Cbicag Baalti
Mewri. C. W. SlT.r Jt Co. Chicago, IU.'
WrA Clanchard, Esq., Morrl. llf. ' . l-
Msar. , H. C. fc O. U. Cook fc Co., Eck":
ford.,111. . .
Messs, If, Wheeler fc Son, Aurora. lit.
Meesrs. Judd, Smith It Pratt, Dixon, lit.
Nehtmiah, C, Esq., Buffalo, if. Y, . ,
Wm. B. Fond v, E. Vinrinrfi.td; & ,
Pen. I. Cam, Sringeld, 111. .
Richard lvs ,,., 8t. Looi. M".
' T.B. LEMON, Ajnt.Bllevs.4 T
Establishment in Omaha
WM. FRODSIIAM, kaving retirsd fr
th 1st sVm of Kmp fc Frdsh,
ha opened anew tor at No I, Capi. Dwa
uiiumr, oiwn 10 iitnioas i&iucq. srher
As tavlt hit old patron ta gtv him a calL
Time, f ii4 (
Tlma.fUcas aad Jwiry.( v.ry dec-rtp-ttoa,
aUy aad 7di4vy rjtir4. AmF
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