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About Bellevue gazette. (Bellevue City, N.T. [i.e. Neb.]) 1856-1858 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1858)
Paasracti r THt Wheat Cop. I " Did the tMiidant approach the plain
Ve have, recently It 'J cain to travel ti(T seriatim I iintuir. d uu attorney in tlm
over the counties of Duchnuan nnJ And- cat of aauli an I Lattery, the other day.
row, ami a portion of our own county, a ' No. sir-ee, wit the reply 5 " be wvnl
wall at Laving had a chance, to ten sever- ; at 'cm with a poker."
al wheat field in Kansas, and apeak from j
personal knowledge of the cood propect
o. the growing wheat crop. The hard
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vii inuiitiin, i cuiu.ij . vm, vii iiic
wneal crop, are over, ami we one opinion
now among farmer or the North-west 1.4,
that the yield of wheat will be I y far
greater than for iwti.y year pnt In
our own county, particularly, the wheat
field are freeti, nnd thickly covered.
IhU Co. (Mo,) JNrtff
Salt Laifc Mlf. MsTtta. The
mail boat that reuched her on saiurany
niffm i.rouuru Miauer 10 tni city lor in ,
Salt Lake Mail, which i to leave here
on the lt of Muy. SI. Jut Gaudlt.
Foa me Uio nLUt. Several wagons
cr wsed the river ln-ret n Sniurdity, Imft
ed with provision and eroeeriea. p.ireha.
ed in thi city, and deiim d for Marys
ville on the Jhir Mine, Kan-urn Te-rritury.
We are inform. 'd (hut the eettlt-rs 11 ml
me rilntH in Northern Kuna ami South
ern Nehrnka huve n decided preference
for St Joit ph, ovi-r all other point on
the river at which to buy their supplies.
We inn y expect k lnn v ami iin.ri-ii.iiii.'
trade from that sect ion d.iriui the cumin;,'
atiimner and fall. St Jo Gazette.
KawiT. The LwUvilU Couriirot the
8th iiit.. ays:
'The pencil bnili near Aw rliy are
gi erally killed, hut throughout the? Suite
the peach crop promine nliunduntly. In
that favored luculi y. IVwi e valley, the
hro.-pe.-t wu in v r finer. I'nlesj wv
are visited with Ui nnd severe inets,
thiideliciou fruit will he pUnty ami cheup
We have invariably ignored ihe Jiran
tice of tuttimf potatoes to plant, supposing
thtt nature pot them in her favorite form
for re-prtHliuiion, and t nouruh the
younff plunt ; and that hv cutting ihein
we opened the vessels for evnporntion of
iMtri ivo qunlitii;, and leoenod the ntekus
of iioiiriihinent which young plant draw
Croin the seed. , .
The experience of the In.tl .eu.ion has
brought u.t rotults in thi urn ter, which if
continued succens auenJ it, will prove of
Early in May hist we turned over a
piece of siid ground, and toward the close
of tho month planted it with wholx pota
toes. When thii wita planted, having a
few bushel left, we plowed another piece
adjoining the one already planted. This
was in June. Thu teed po atoe for litis
fiiece were cut in such small pieces that
ds than half the quantity was used than
was in the former case. The tame va
riety of potatoes were planted on each
piece, and the tame lillace given. No
uuinuro was u-ed except a tablo-.-poon full
cf plaster lo each hill.
When the p .to toes were dug, lute in
October, oue-ttiird of tho.o on the ground
where the aeed was pianteJ whole 'were
triad 0 worthless by the rot. Where they
were cut for planting, the (loteloea were
of good size with scarce any appearance
Such are tho' ways of management and
the results,' Mid them wt lav the mat
ur, for if we would we can not tell
whether the same course would lead to
the same end in a second trial. Atmos
pheric, and other cruue which we can.
not control might chant the wholo reauh.
One thing, however, if cut potutoe are
as Kod for aeed, vaat quautitie ttwt wo'd
otherwise he planted nuy Ui saved for
other purposes each year. A can lul
following out of the experiment is th
only true way for enrtt arts available in
practice. Connry GmtUma. --.J
NoBTKt WnsTras District Fsia.
The Directory of this fair which no t in
this city on Saturday lat, determined up.
on Tuesday the Slat of September, foe the
commencement of the next exhibition,
which is to continue four daysi They a!
an appointed-Saturday, the 1st day of
May, for another meeting f the Direo
ory. St. Joe (Mo) GatHlf,
Ooa WinTta. As many days o'J as
the moon is whn the fiM nmw falU. that
many snows we will have that winter, is
sign as old as the common law.' And
arm-able to this, we should have had
twentv'anovrs last winter. Ilut thi time
it missed, we ydy had fourteen an I they
wre very light, the de pet only laing
3 12 inches. The winter of 1S41 was
very mueh liVe this winter, the antlers
k k a a a I
say the roads were dusty ttte wi ote wm
ter. and they never saw nh frors as
were raised the tolowtn seawn, there
tore they regard our1 past winter as the
tt rhinger of food crop, and to judge l y
the wheat crop they are not wrong. -57,
Jos (Ma ) Grfr. r , ;
Mob cut at to CMoooat PraaT.
The Common Council nf Clevtland,
have contracted with MersJiVto' and
Sons, of that city! tor ererting a Garble
monument in the rubl e Square, w coat
8,000, in commemoration of th- victory
of Lake Erie, ly Comnv..v Perry.
The monument is to W ready for inaug
uration n the 10th of September, 1S59.
It ia to be surmounted by a life-site statue
Cf Com. Terry. Wv bVl tvo there it at
yet no monument to the hero of Lake
Erie existing in the I'niied States.
An Irhmso eaught a hornet in hi
hand, hut dropped it and exclaimed, Re
labera, what iin I of teeth do yeor bird
V i :i.
Tasca-itTixa has rrcremd C
milea north of Jackson, oa the MoUle,
b Ohta roe.4.
"-'"'"M -....-, '-"! "C"
r tt.ii...... il' i i . . k.n
i ir n, or croup, Ida, h.Nnt d'uguter of .-.
uei ana r.. jan Buyuer
Alae ! hew changed that lovely flow'r,
Whicti blonm'd and cheered iny heart
Fair fleeting comfort of an hour,
How aoon we'r eall'd to part.
"All that is brijrtit mutt fad." How
vividly it tlii truth Impressed upon tha mind
and heart of tit afflicted parents of tlit lovly
1 young babe, who unstained spirit ha just
p,,,ed ,y ftoin Mrlh tllJ jolll,j tll,, m.rl
bnd ,,,, j th. sri throne, singing a
nw song which nona but angel know a
song of innoccne and tovt. wiling out from
infant vote, echoing; thro tha world above.
I Trsnsplanted from th cold bosom and cheer
I less wilderness of aartb. to bloom ?nd thrive
' in the Paradise of God ; basking in th clear
' light and joy f il liberty ot Heaven, its new
home, where even tha shadow of psln ar suf
fering esn nsver again touch liar pur young
" Disih found s'.rsnge, bea ity on that chrrub
' And rlltel it o it. R it thfr b'imod a inl'
So fixed andh'ilr Iroin hit tnirli! brow
Uealh e-il, nnd Irfl it there he J ireJ nut
Tli nipnet-rinf of lleavn."
Her brief s'.ruirl with life is oer, and lbs
Krav his now closed o'er what was ones the
chief and tremurrd joy af the young parents'
he.irU. No more v. ill its Innocent prattling
voice enliven their now trnply lonely firs
side. At the ilen'h f 'hi, their only loved
l.ifsn'.tney feel a 1oi such as they have
never bet'oi t S'lDtaiiied I heir oiP c ioni hsvs
received .1 1I1 ck .n cm be (riven iiy no other
Ins. It wis n clenni of suneliitie and clad
net In their home, whe-i s idd -nlr It was ta
ken aWsy, leaving homi A irk and silent.
Lis'.en, bersnved par. its, snd yen will hear
your Infant rhibl aingiuK the on( of paradise.
LaoIc and you will see the hesd of your iiiul
Ixed bsb crowned with u'ory.. Inslesd of
desponding, prepare to follow your loved 011
to the home appointed for all livi ip, snd with
calmneas ani! felKnalion, submit to the will
nf God. M 'Die Ijfd gave and th Lord hath
In Delleviie, April 19.h. Francis X. Lamlry
aged 34 yesra, formerly of Wimls 'r Co. V .
Mr. Landry cam here, from Woodttoca
Vt., about sli months since. Its wss thsn
sick with consumption, of which disesss he
Tha regular meetlne of Nebraska
Lodge. No. 184, of Free and Accented
Mason, will b held at Masonic Mull,
on ths second and fourth Tuesday eveninjtt of
escn inomn, at o l-x o ciopk.
1. h. m.wky. w. m.
1. o. o. r.
Tli regular . meetines of Itollevus Lodre,
No. 4, will b hold on 8nrlay evenine of
esch week, at.' 7 o'clock, P. M. liroiher of
th order who may ha in our city on that
evening, are reapectfullr tnvi'ed to attend.
. 1 I N. . h I Klt HLiA.X U, IS U.
F. M. DAVKNPORT, Sec'y.
Mall ArrangeturDts. ' . ,
Tuesday. TU.irsJ.iys, aud Saturdays at 0
'clock, P. M.
I. CLOSK '
Rindnvs, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, at 9
o'clock, P. M.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, atfi
o'clock, P. M.
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I limUM T-.. lUUilMII. SIS OlIHUSTS, h Wt
O'CISCK, r, M.
Tuesdays, snd fatutdays, at 10 'rtock.
' Mondays, and Fridays, at) ei'cleck, P. M.
' ' ASStVM
Mondays, and Fridays, at 3 o'clock,?, M.
Tuesdays, and Fridays, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Oficeoeea onS-mdavs, .,W from oo'cWk
P. M. to o.r lofk P. M. This ruls will be
strictly adhered to.
L. B. KINNEY. P. M.
Correct 4 weekly by Ciaafc SaHa,
rrwarilRg and (. Mrrrkaats,
Flo ir Estrs Fsmily. $3,t5 pr W lbs.
vMealJi per 100 lb. . '
Apples Dri-ed, p. r bushel.
" Green, SAO rr barrel.
rVacbe " 4 tx
Butter New 20e V 23 lb
Beans $i MV bus.
, Cort-M k bush.
Bsf T r. j . ,
Dried Beet aoe per IV .
Salt G. A., per sack. $4
. Frr t-W 4m
Hid Dry, ? tl .
3o Green, 3
Hay t 00 6$ fYMa
Brasi, 30 ta,u sr bxsh.
ISk Fresh, $ t $7 mt baa,
Uasas It l-a.
Clear, It 1-tc.
Ird 13 e V a
Ooion SI V) Wua,
rVfta Sheet Mt
do Csmxi tSe
Vr.( CMa. S.is Hrd.5,ft
lnnbee Cwttswo-t shat SS
" 4ca tM tat -
da Oak, Walnut, HimssisI H) 00
nas Wiag, elear avSM a,
4 , nrtnx t vj 00
Br4a. VV St $T4 00
ShleojWe Pia IS J0 Hi tej i bv
- lAtkwPtM tltMe aa. .
Done 3 t!t U n ack.
skl MQU M )AiMaA.'
WM. n.WTITZKR'H Cheap
Store, Ne. A, Jeff-rson Street,
tf yen wish to purrhsse anr of tha above,
cheap for cash, call at my store and examine
I hereby warn alt person arsinil nf(rt.a'.
ing or pnrcha-ii.g a re tnin promissory
no e mad by the uudeiairii-d, at Council
ninnV and date.' December 21 it, A. D. 1".7,
and parable to Jiitnes A. F.tewrf. on or be
fore the firet div of Miv, A. 1). 19, Tor th
sum of one hundred ilcilUr. The .id no's
baling been paid and cancelled ai d now fraud
ulently retained by the eaid James A. ew.irt,
will be reaiste 1 to tbc extent nf tha Uw in
wl-ose ha iN s -'ve' it miv be fo in.l.
HI TII IMVSII. RKMOV.JR.
Cornell Bl ffi, la.. April 17ih, U'18.
Tt lierel.y iriven. to M try Kr kpVrick.
all who n It msv roncern. that 1 will an-
Penr at the Laud t)ffi.-a in O.iuhi. o Ktidiiv,
. .1... m.... m.q . 1 . 1 . - .
. 1. uo ui i.iav piki 11 a v iiov- mv
rijfti to pre-empt tho N.
Lot No. 3. arid Hie 8. W.
K. of til- X. V. aid
of the N W. and. he
in 8. W. of the 8. W. iimrter of section .o. 2
townahip number 1 1. In ran re nuin'ier -, ras
nf the tlth princi.a.
m -ii la 1 a McbrsK
J. A. CARLILE.
Apill vl IV.
A Suit at
clark r. k nno-s.
VNT.Y ft. F. St. Ln ils Flu ir at
CLAKKK k nilO'S.
EXTR Family St. I iia Flour at
CLARKC k 11
IOWA k Illinois Flour at
iwil CLARKE Jt CRO'S.
HOOFLAXD'S Citebrit-d Oermin B tters
at CLARK B & DRO'S.
HOOFLAED'S Balssme Pordial at
421 CLARKE &BROM.
PLOWS! PLOWS i
fpllK largest lot of plow, of all ItMs. ev
X er received in this intake, for snle by
4120 CLARKE t BRO.
A f(( I-ha. prim It-iron, just received
XKf ana for snie clien. riy
CLARKE k BRO.
A ifr '' choice !ried Apples, for
m JKjyJ kslechean. bv
i2i) ' CLARKE t BRO.
Dnshela Corn, for ssle at -2.20
, CLARKE t BRO'S.
OA Bushels choice Missouri eed Com, at'
C) 2120 CLARKE . BRO'S.
A Few Barrels of prima aweef Cider, for
sals by CLARKE k BRO.
yillTE Besns, at
Q-iantity of Potatoes. l
2t20 CLARKE k BRO'S.
XE Yk of good worlcin
V ssle by . .
CLARKE & BRO.
ONE Lumber Wajron, for sie h
Cottonwood Shingles, for
CLARKE Jt BRO.
" SH will h nai l by Clarke It Bro,
Kj any quantity otdry and grteu hide.
: For Rent or Salo.
rilHE Fine S on B illdinj knows as the
A Hellevue S ore. sitnsted o-i the corner of
Jelferson and 27th streets, Bi-llev ie, N. T.,
. " v. .... ...,n.n -1.1,
For terms, euq-iire of T. B. LKMO.V. at
th Font ne 1 1 Bank.
8 in 21
r"nr iHMtersi-rned iufornn the p-ihlle, that
L after bis dse, they have adopted the
Cash system, and reduced their r-rolu column
t the lowest 6jeres.
All persona indbd to , are rnietd to
rail and se'tl befor th first of M iy, A. V.
Awlf4. ittt. J. P, HORN, At C.
flEREBY g'v notice, that l Snd after
h 15 k day of Afwll ne. I will iirocerd
tngiv t.ts, to those e-itM to ls and
llnd, a 'bet r.i no lh- Ct v of e'. y , n.
t-rd bv th Mavor; a town ite, at tb
office of ftowefc -rlckln .
LEAVirr L. BO WEN. Maw.
ACMINISf RAT0RJS NOTICE.
TF.TTF.RS Tetaaentaryesj the estate-n(
4 Alessieler Divis, 1st nf Harpy eo inty.
mJL Mi.liK ia .k. k.Mk.
."..1 ... t (. ljr.Tr
alt snmm knowing thss'.y to be iudrb'ed
to said es'ste. to task immediate pay1 1,
and the having elstms. i fr)t th earn
properly aauienticatM. for asitleaaetit oa or
hrfor th first day ' Ms- .
inr.-se; u.vsis, Ar.
Ballet, March 1st, $iV Jaij
NOTICE i hrS rvi 1 GeArg Vf.
Iwi. Juh Clearvlaiwl. and att ber
r wrJ. r-par tWo tb Rei'e atd
Reeeiyee of th l4 OtKro at Oeasha. oa
rwtsy h th die ft April. 11SA, at 10
o'rto A. M.. ad effr a-wli eirl ' as o
M bar It ninart e adrer tn th or.
eaetio-s JoN C,vle4. lo's I, t. and Th Cnmisiuner will th meet at R
X. 8sMimi t7. To II. IUi IS east. ae ha Lovejoy's. In rllby-s. It th evening of
rnssrtr, of th Cutssssiu-vr of th Laad to as day at S Alock, to hear trties ln
OAc to e-lveiga M twsnWMi. I tr'd. ., . t i . ,
- JOHN A. f ARKFR Jr., IUlr, 1 - S wdr of U Co iMv Corneal sslr.
A. R. OH.tMOItE. Rscttytr. STEPHEN D. BANCS,
liars 20th, Ittt, 19t BsuUtii, Aprd &U, IV5 CouatT C!erir.
IL o s t
NOTICK I herel.v riven, tint on the eve.
hi nc of the lftth it. I lost my p ckrt
hotik In Pellevne ci'r. eoitsiniiif some valu
able pipers that are of no ne to anv one but
myself, together with a dollar bill, with eome
tintM agint vrion persons, one of ft) on
Cherte Pi-ter Mikel, and ona of $!W,M on
M. I). Rhsw, on at I. P. Hnr-., A co. of
about tu.no. one on B ackburn of tH.SKi and
various other. I erehr no'ifv all pereom
from luirchnsinr ary of he said notes. Any
person finding il to ket-book and returning
the same to me, or leavlntr It at the offlee of
the Rellevn (Inxette, will ba liberally re-ward.-d.
besides coutcritig a great fnvor. M
(ifl) K. N. UPJOHN.
" new "
cv Prices !
Li P. KINNEY & CO.
'I'-llE n-uerii;-ie,l nre nrhv openin the
1. larcef Suit be, selected. ior uieu' of
Npiint and 8 'miner goods, ever bi-fore oirered
in market Tor the tr.illi of this, we iir i'e
the Ladies and (ientlemen In call and ee
that this is no Niivs Paper pnlT, no fiction, no
Hut truth In rvpy,
Even in Nebrsska
Tuere.'ore eome one, eome a", ann David will
b on hand in his iirusI good humor (o wait
on sP, Lndms in pir'icul.ir,
F.very thi ig may be found In the aliape of
choice ilress goodi for Nnrln? an Siinim-fn'
HI KINNKY At VO'i.
GIOCrRtF.S of evry description, cheap nt
- KIVNKV & COM.
OOTS and shoes,
pood nnd tv.irrinfed at
nnd S'l in-rs of every
KINNF.Y k COM. '
N'AILS, Class and Q imw ire, rliin at
K f N I' y it COM.
S03?T "Wl 11.33
A FEW Firkins of good n.itter and a lot or
sni II white heon, for sale at the It -rd-w.irn
store of T. k J. A. Nve J Butter 2. cents
per lb. Ueana $.i per bushel!
Both warrnn'ed to be not strong, call
around there that liuve the money. 4tlH
III AVE been very indulgent with my custom
ers a!out paving up. somntiir.eii this prin
cinel cences to be a virtue. I will now notify
all lo eerr.eiip toMie rack and settle old arnres
immedia ely, and vo l will very much oblige
Your obedient aervnnt,
lfttf L. B. KINNEY.
I. p-p-rpRs f Admiuis'ratlon on tha ettots
J of Jslin Rav late of Sarnv county, de.
ceased 1 having been granted to the subscriber
residing in Belleviie, he hereby givea I16tice In
all person indebted to said estate Id call and
settle the same, and those having claims
against tl estat ar requested to present
them properly auth n'icated for seitlemnt.
13 WILLIAM H. WRIGHT. Ad'ra'r
cisTAvn sccor.n, '
COUXTY SUEVEYOE OF HILLS CO.
OFFICE GLEN WOOD, IOW
ORDERS left at the office nf Shskspea'
Hoye, St. Mary, will receive prompt at-
G. KEEGER. Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
would respectfully inform the ei'iiens of Mills
and adjoining en-inties, that he prepared to
execute all work of the following character:
laying ftr town sites, leveling ot streams for
water power, drawing if mips plain and
colored, .(rawing design for buildings of all
ylea. i h es'imstes of cost. '
Correcfphts of tha township nf Mill
County, showing th" Ir ie post io is of th tim
ber, water courses and bluff, kept constantly
011 hand. II iving had experience hoth In this
country and in Europe, he fe la assured of
giving satixf.irtion to al who in ly favor hi in
with their pstromge.
Gold Meril awarded at the late S. Louis
f ir to O. Seeey ft, S. Schlinonsky for the
beat topographical man.
Office Glenwuod, Mills CO., Iowa
TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA )
SARPY COCNTY. . (
NOTICE is hereby gives, that tL County
Commissioners of Sarpv co.nty, will
wee- 01 Mundiy.Mty 11th. l8,at o'clock
A. M. t St the ho:se .if HrrnhSrt Myers, to
view a 'id loc ite, a roid in answer to a Petttiei
to commence at a p int near th residence of
slid lleruh-irt Mvers. where the road from
Believu. Intersect h Territorial rued lead,
ia? from Oimha, in Douglas couiity, to Cedar
ll Mid 1 1 Sarpy county, ilie-ic to a point near
th resident a f W, T. Whl tin tan. thenf to
the retidence of II. II. Smith, thence near
the residence of George Swevil , to th most
pratveal rout to F .title. fcUid Coaiaii
lonera will sieet in the evening .of th umi
day, at 5 o'clot-k at B-mhirl Mvers to bear
psrtiea nkeres-ed In loc a i--g siid road
O-i 'he following dv, Mtv Mil, i4S, at
o'clock A. M. siist Commissioueia will meet
at fUiMmler Cook's nssr Platte River, to
1 , , . . n . .
' 'W ana IUC.ll lOSU. IllOPOfCil la fMHIO I
bottom. Ht lh. hlulTs k TsrliU's. II. IT-I
m run nuw i4 run., aim g id. I'iau Kiver
Ssu hv and ftorla of Swivels' lo th S- E. cor
- . - - - - - - -
Vb 4 ka, os.J a. ) a &k. O. ft ...
aer of Se; In, Township 13, Rang 11, E. ot
meoiu principal meridiaji. In Cmiuiin.
r will aaet in th vniiig ofthsiin day
at 8 o'clock at th bons of Philander Cook,
i near p -rtie luier:et in -M road.
Ou Thurday. Mat lUh. ISM. the Count v
Commissioners nf Sarpy t o mtv, will meet at
R-nbsa Iveiov's at V o'clock A. M. to T'.ew
and loc at a rod, to rorant Hee at a point on
in rt .. tr Ui H-lleira ,H imi ClaiM.
tbsor north-west bv th aunt dUect and
pracica' ro-it. byway of tb fork t Hi
hif Pappillion and Wt pippillion creeks.'to
HSrtooi IhetM- to IK i:b Iin of id
etntv. at a point on he'north aid of So 13,
Township tl. fUnrs 1 1.
( 0 B
THE undersigned have opened, a larj
Snd commodious new store, on the turner f
Main and 2Mh Streets. In Bellevue, wlter a
varied assortment of Good way bs fouud
Among them ar
Brown M ialin,
' - Hosiery, .
SllOVr.I.t. II AY-FORKS,
GRIND-STONES, CHAINS, fcc ,
together v:h a quaiititynf
3300tQ cfo Shoos
Segars, Rskes, Ropes, Hors. collars, Carpet
sacks, Window Sish, Doors,
TEAS AND 6UCA13,
Tolmcco. H leensw.ire, tilassware. Flour,
Crsrkers ai d a great iwtny more articles.
They keep constantly en hand, a large as
sortment of good
sVltirs nml I.liiinrsi
Warranted the beat quftlltv j chenp for cash.
n37tf J. . HORN k CO.
Meat Irf arEtet
MESSRS. OLIVER k RTONE, have pur
chased of II. Cook Griflit)i, his entlie
Interest In III butchering business, and will
hereafter bo found at his old stand, oh Mis on
'venue, east of Mnn 8'reet, under 8. M.
Pike's Grocery and rrnvlsini Store, whef
they will be happy lo wait upo'i his old cus
tomers, and all others who may chuoss to
favor them with their ntitrrinage,
GEORGE A. OMVER.
Oct. 2H. finiM CltARLES 810NK.
W. II. LongBior",
GJ.R MUTATE of Petm. Collets of Drtital
' fl irgerv, respectfully annnnuce Id the clt
isens of IVilevne. and vl inlty, that he 1 novr
prepared to practice Dentistry, In all its va
Olhce hours from 3 till S, P. M. ' ! . .
To tlxo iPiXtoiio.
flllE undersigned having purchased the en
JL tire stock ;f Jewelry, formerly owned by
Alex. Kemp, is prepared to sell ths s.ime tt
23 per cent less thiin was ever offered in this
eitv before, as room must ba mads for a large
siuing assortment. The stock consists of
GOLD AND 8ILVER WATCHES, Clocks,
Setts of Cuineo, Coral, Ennmel, Painted,
Gobi Stone, Masnnio and Mourning Jewelry,
Hroachea, Ear Drops. Cuff Pins, Shirt Studs,
tickets. Bracelets. Rings. Cold. Silver, and
PIhI ed Guard, Fob and Vest Chains, Gold
and Silver Sperlarlns Also a enlendid as.
sortment of MORTON'S CELEBRATED
GOLD PENS Also Musical Instruments,
Cutlery, Port Monies. Pouches, Csrd Case,
fcc, fcc. ' '
A fine stork of Hide, Shot Cnns, Revolv
ers, fcc, which will be sold at a small ad
vance above cost, as th subscriber wishes to
go nut of the gun buslue, -; ;,
All kinds of repairing done with neatness
and dispatch by competent workmen, .
I still continue to taks Omaha Sori-, Wes
tern Exchange, Nemaha Valley, eastern mon
ey, or gold and silver, in exchange for goods,
(JV-Store on 12th Street, one door from
Famham. and directly opposite th Western
Evi'hauge Hank, Omaha, N. T.
, Please call and. exanine good and prices,
T. W. WOODS.
CaaSa, Jan. Utbrf 1S5.. ' - gmO
SEEDS FOR 1858.
nr now prepared wl'.U a full and
and complete slock of
FIELD, GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS,
Of the new crop, to supply any demand whole-
aaia ami retail, on me very best of terms. .
Our stock Is new (as we do no, consign seeds
and take none back to mix up again.) and
mucn or ii grown uixler our own directions in
this state. Our stock or European seeds is
Imported diree'ly by ourselves from the most
rs Isble grower In England and France. . .
We fe confident no better advantages to
the p iblie ran be offered than we can give,
and we cordially Invite an examination of our
atock before purchasing. Our ak consists
in part of Spring Wheat, Hurler, Corn, Peas,
iieens, ate., a very targa variety or uarden
Seds and a full astor'ment of Flower Seeds
of choice varieties. !, 130 bushels onrs
Chinese Sugar Can Seed. "
Constantly on hand a large assortment of
Agricultural a ud Horticultural iinplementa.
Full priced seed and imnleiiient tatalo-ue
sent upon rerH1 of mi n pay postage.
ItLMtV II. F.MERV k CO.,
3iann Lake S reet, ailesgo.
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage bj
TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA,)
Rcubea Lovejoy, Mortjijee,
William R. Johr.son.
Alrred Kellnm, i '
Aaron O. Cox, Murtgsjers.
Mortgage dated, March 14th, A. D. 185T, re.
corded in hook E., Page l(W. April 21t,
. IW, at 10 o'clock, A. M. , .
Default having bn ansd ia t' pymAt
of th um of two thouaand and two hundred
dot Wis, ($2,ff..) winch is clsimed to be du
at the date of this tintlee, ?nd secured bv a
certain Deed of Mnr'gage, hearing dat
March It h, A. D. 1M7, execiite.1 by William
R. JuUnsu i. ths.i of tii Stat of lows, Alfred
fcrunui, ana A'r. n vi. cox. or neuevue, hr
py County, Nebraska Terrlory, to Reuben
Lovejny, of FUllevue, aforesaid, and Recorded
h fits tnr slarnsi rrsunltr NT P i s 11 i. C
Ia In Allira rf tbm llmtmr . I . . , . ... .
'j' - w s-' i w -"'"w s as av(vai
. rm . .-r k 7
nrs i mi, on me zi oi April, a. U.. 1S0J.SI
jot-; o'clock A. M.
Now, therefore, notlca I hereby flve. that
Il puraua c of a power of sal contained ia
a tid mortgage, and of th statute, in such
case mad and provided, th premises Je.
scribed In and conveyed by SJid mortgage, to
wit i all that cert a I piece" ard parcel of land,
with it app-irtnanc, aituated and lying in
the city of llell'VHe, in said county of (iarpy.
ana Territory or rveorssKa, ana described as
Block one hundred and tbir sen, (113) In said
ritt of fieilevx. according to th survey there
of, mad bv Mr. ticliiwoiky,iiithe year 18M,
will be sold at p iblic auctics e. th ISib day
of June, A. D. lS5y, between th hours of 9
o'clock. In th forenoon, nd the setting of th
m oa that dae, to th hight bidder J th
al lo b in front wf th Pelleyn lluusa, ia
ift city or XJellcvue, MiMrosntr, Nebraska
T. B. !.nes). Atl'y.
Much 11 A, ISM.
Notice of the Foreclosure f Mortgtfe'
by Advertiicmeflt.' '
TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA,
COUNTY OF SARPY. J
Reuben Lovejoy, MortSs,
Alfred Kellum, I
V. A. Uwyer Mortgsgors. (
Dri-d nf Murtfiagt dated December IStk, A.
1), I'i7, and recorded In Book B.. Psges
2ij 7(i snd 271. December 31st. 11(1 at 10
o'clock, A. M. ..
Default hiving been mads In vtasnt of ths
sum nf two thousand two hmiired dsllsrs,
f$i,3i)0J which Is claimed to bs dus at th
dat of this notice, and secured by a deed of
Mortgage bracing- date, December Ht. 1157,
executed by sirred Kellum snd V. A. Gwyer,
of Ssrpy County, Nebrssks Territory, to Rev
ben LovHoy, of the city of Hsllevne, Sarpy
Comity, Nfbrask i Territory, and recorded la
the office of the Register f Deeds for Ssrpy
County. N. T., in book R., pages 209, 179 S4
271, on the 21st dsv of December, A. D. 1137,
at 10 o'clock. A. M Now, therefor, netis
I hereby given that in pursuancs of a power
of sal contained la said mortgage, and of th
Statuts In such case made and provided, tbS
premises described In snd conveyed by sail
mortgage, to witi All that certain piece or
parcel of land, lying and being struat la th
County of Sarpy, and Territory cf Nebraska,
and drsi-rlhed ss follows, to wit i Commea.
Injr for the sain at a post M. 0 rods, North
oil decree. East of the S. W. corner of e.
tion lliirteen, Q 13) Township thirteen, (It),
Range thirteen, (t;t), east of ths OtU Prlnei
pal MuridiaiiHliei c north 47k degree, west
2 1. ft rods to a Cottonwood stump, thencs nrth
31 degrees, east U S rods to a post, thsae
South 47 1-2 degrees est', 2 J, J r4
tu a post, thenc south 3d degrees west .
rods to the place of beginning, containing oa
sere snd fittv-seven perch. togsUier with all
Snd singular the tenement and hereditament
arid appurtenances thereunto belonging, or la
snywi-s appertaining, consisting in psrt of
i njrlns, boiler and all th machinery a4
fixture fur a perfect steam saw-mill, msauf al
lured by Cooper and Clirk, Mt. Vernoa.Obi,
and sold to be of thirty horse power, will bs
sold at public auction on ths Jilth day of Juas,
A. D. IS.'iS, between Hi hour of 9 o'el A,
M., and Hi setting of th sun on ths a asa
day, to the highest bidder. Ths sale to bs la
front or the Uellevui House in th City of
lielUvue, Ssrpy C-iintv, Nebrssks Territory.
.REUBEN LOVEJOY, ,
T. R. Laiao-e, Att'yi ,
Apni 1st. H68. alOtli
BY virtue of an execution to tn directed kf
the Clerk of f District Court of Sarsy
county, N. T., in favor of John Kablsr, sad
against th property of Harrison Berry, to
sitisfy a i idginent ngnt ssid Berry, forth
sum of fifteen-hundred and thirteen dollar
snd seventy-six tents, (f 1513,74 1) new there,
fore I will oiler st public auction on ths pre,
lies, on th 22nd day of April, A. D. 1S5I j
between th hours of nln o'clock A. M. a4
four o'clock P. M. of said dsy, to ths highsst
bidder, for cash, ths following described arts'
erty, to wit on steam saw will with all tha
apparatus belonging thereto, said mill keiaf
situated in the west art of Sarpy county oa
Elkhurn river, and known as ths Harris.
Dated, B'llevut March 1Mb A. D. 1859. ,
JOHN M. ENOCH.
2t Sheriff of Sarpy County, W. T
BY virtue of an execution, to me directed,
by th Clrk of th District CoUrt of
Knrpv county, N. T., in favor of Cym K.
Mark, and against the property of Georr
Jeuning, to aatisfy a Judgment saint th
said Jennings for ths , sum of five hundred
and ninety. six dollars, snd seviity-lx csat
($:9i,70). Now, tlierefore, I will offer at
public siictlou, in front of the Bellsvus Hoas
on th 21th day of April, A. D. 1H5S, betweea
the hours of itin o'clock A.M., and foar
o'clock P. M., of ssid day, to th highest hid.
fler, for caih, th following described proper
tv, to wit i being the N; V. of N. E.. &( of
N. E., 8. E. of Jf. W. of section 21, townih
13 rang 13, E. of ths Otlj principal rldlaaV
Da'ted March 23rd. 1 :,. ' ' :;' " "
JOHN M. ENOCH, Sberir." r
2118 By S. II WATTLES, Dep. Sheriff,
THE CHICAGO CITY.
Room No. 1 Masonic Temple, DtarW
CAPITAL,, 8150,000. '
' DIRECTOR Si
ii. a. wmcooe.
au s. Meaaoz, . ..
Edmund Catifieli, Pre., Wm. 8. Bhteav
. TT SL mm . '
'PHIS Company was organized en til t7tk
L day ot March. A. D. 1ii5.tind a mmmm.
li charter from th Legislator ot Illiaols,
ami buetnesa commenced under the anost fa
vote b I auspices. Its esuMishuwt hask
upon s linn and reliable baaia, aui ia view of
it stability, oundness,and prmreney, ranks"
as on of Ui first Insuranc Coa.vnis la th-,
cii,ry. T Uios dssirou ! protactiar
themaelve against loss or darag by Firs, or'
perils ft ths Sea, they ber lejv U offer Us
Messrs. Ston h Witt, Cleveland, Ohio. .:
William k Avery, Chicaro, DJ.
' Norton . Brother,
" S'.on Il Boomer, . " .
II. S. Durand, Pre. Racin ai Mie. I. IL
Geo. C. NorUirnp, Cash. Racino Co. Baak.'
Wm. P. Und, Eq., Milwauk. ... - , .s
J. O. Conroe, Esq. Racine.
Ashley Cilbert. Cash. Co ml Bk,' ChletfoA
Hnry Farnham. President Chicaro A. KockV
Island Rail Road.
Daniel P. Rhode. Esq., CUrelaad, Ohio.-
Thomas Campbell, E-., Springfield, 1U.-, ,
Hon R. Otamberlln, Rt. Louis, Mo. '
Messrs. Wadsworth, Weils V Scyssaw," J
Messrs. I. II. B rrch A Co., Chicago Saai
Meears. G. W. Sixer k Co. Chlcsso, IU. '
Wm. Blanchard, Esq., Morris, III.
Meesr. H. C. A O. O. Cook lb Co., tock-v
ford. UI. , . .j , .;
Me. II. Wheeler A Son, Aurora TIL "
Meesr. Judd, Smith A Pratt, Dtson, XtL
Nehsmiah Csse, Esq.. Buffalo, N. Y. . .. . -,
Wm. B. Fundy, Esq.. Springfield, JR.
Osn. . Curn, Keringfield, III. '
Richard Ivr, Esq.. Su Louis, Mo."
T. B. LEMON, Agsnt, Bellswa. ,
Ji. Now "7Va.to2x
' - AND : i
Fstablishment in Omaha
WM. FRODSHAM. bsrlng retlrad fra
th Ut trm of Kemp at Frodsha,'
has opened a new re at K 3, Capt. Dews'
baildiug, between th Method st Church, whersj
b invit hi old natroo to glv him a e!V i.
Tim piece and Jwlry, of yry dcrlmw
tioo, asatiy aad xjdturaly rrtrsi ea 1
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