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About Bellevue gazette. (Bellevue City, N.T. [i.e. Neb.]) 1856-1858 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1858)
'DouoLas House, Omaha. Having
occasion to Mop at tikis well known Jlotel,
while recently ii Cvaha, we trera agree
ably surprised to iind the Douglas House
, in ft much letter condition than it ins
teen since wir residence iu the Territory!
It bits recently been thoroughly renovated
n4 now presents an appearance of neat
toes that is not surpassed in this portion
of the West. It is now kept ly A. T.
H, Adams and D. 1!. Nelson, gentlemen
Vrho ft re well qualified to make popular
laodlorda. Their table is well supplied
with ftll the substantial and luxuries thai
can be found west of the Missouri. Re
Member the Douglas House, end its genial
.. Rev. Mr. CaylorJ, of Omaha, preach
ed to Urge nudience at the School
House, in this city, on Monday evening
.ArraT. A personal difficulty ovcurr
t$ Jr or city on Tuesday last, in whirl)
OA, II. T." TiTCsandGen. S.e.Poat;
'tuif .were, the parties."" Col. 'T:tts
' 'c!ftim4 to be aggrieved by severe reflec
lions in regard to his courage and person-
"-ai character in th Squatter Sovereign
twhile Gen. Pomeroy was one of the pro
!pritors of that paper, and struck the loiter
,-aeveral blows with his cane. Gen. Pom'
)ry denied having said what was uttribu
tA to him. Col. Titus was arrested and
ITied before Mayor Pa tub, but the jury
was unable to agree upon a verdict, and
the case was adjourned until to day, when
a re-hearing will be had. There was a
-rrt excitement man festod by many of
Wr C'tizei " in consequence. -A'onsai
Viljf JovmaL . . .
What ft people we Americans are for
magnificent names! "Just think of it.
A little four-by-six apartment in a steam
boat ia called a " state room -a name
borrowed from the most ample and gorge
w room ia a royal, palace !, .And . the
- jm u & J. ai a mt ( f ro" 'hJPrnch talon)
which indicates, properly, "EotMrif tes
than the most spacious and splendid of
drawing' rooms, we have seen painted
eer the door of a dirty shanty in a New
Ilngland city, and often embellishing the
front of a log grog shop iu the western
Tk tegular meeting of Nebraska
J f ledge. No. 184, of Free and Accepted
VNMasent., will be held at Masonic Hall,
a tli second and fourth Tueaday evenings of
each mouth, tt ft 1-2 detect;.'
: L. B. KINNEY. W. M.
: . . , i o. o. r -i
The regular, meetings-of SclUvus Lodge
o. 4, will be hold on Saturday evening of
each, week, at T o'clock, P. M. Brothers of
the Older who may be In" our City oa that
evening, are reepeetfiillv Invited to attend. .'
S. A. STRICKLAND, N.
T. M. DATENPORT, Sec'y. ... . .v
" flatil Arranxemenis. . -.
'Z. ij. ... :.- .
v-i CATCR& 2SAlI - -..-1..-.
TuedT, Thredayi, and Saturdays at 6
'cltk, P. M.
,'Ssndars, Tucidsys, and Thurediyi, at 9
Vclock, P. M.
' WESTERN MAIL
a m . Ttdyfa.Tb"r'tTs, a
nj Saturdays, at 8
" ' CLOSCS
Tuetdavs, Thursdays, a ad Sundays, at 9
o'clock, P. M.
- " ' ' . aaaivRS '
Tueadsys, aad Saturdays, at 10 o'clock,
A. M. if;,.
"-as .. V-'
, :. Moaaays, aad Fridayi, at 3 o'clock, P. M.
: AMaiVBS ..
Mondays, and Fridays, at I e'clock.P. M,
; Taesdsys, and Fridays, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Office op'e on Sundays onlv from ft o'clock
P. M. te 8 olock P. M. This rule, will be
vUiclly adhered to.
L. B. KINNEY, P. M.
- DELLEVUE MARKET.
iu ... - '' : -
Corrected weekly by Class a fc Bsovhs;
:Frwar4iQ; aid Com. mere ha its
..' ' fTl6Pr r.mlly, 9,75. r OS 11r;.'.
u Iowa, $30. , . . ... . .
Fin,t2,7J. , '
. Meal $2 per lOOlba. .....
-Apples Dried, $3 per bushel. .
, Green, 3,50 per barrel.
Teaches 4 00.
Butter New 20c V 25 ft .
'. eana $2 50 bus '
"Cofn 60 A bub. .
OiU 75c ' ' '
" f 7 e. i i.-. - f t " - ...
. tried Beef 0e per rbr
Salt O. A., per each, $3. '
Kggswl5e t dot ''' '
Hides -Dry, 1c -
' do Green, '"
.. flay $4 00 $0 00ft taa '
, Bran. 30 cent per b-h.
.1 Pork Fresh, i to $7 hua. '
Harno It l-2e. .
. Sides Clesr, It l-2c. .
.' tUioulders 10.
Lard 15c lb . . , . .
Onion 81 50 bus. " ,
. ' lolto Shoop 60s
- d Coo 25e
Wosxi Cottou, f00, Hard, 1,00.
Lamber Cottonwood oheat'e 25 fl m I
' . do a. edged $40 00 I
k d Oak, Walnut, Bass wood 840 t
do Pino siding, clear $55 00 V s. ,'
do Flooring 2d $ri5 00
lat $75 00 - ' ,
Boa rda, $50 & $75 00 . f
Stingloo Pino $8 60 ('. 50 a. '
Cottonwood $5 00 .
Lath Pino $12 00 perm. 1
Doors - $3 60 3 $4 75 each.
aslv $1 00$t M rrcaeoL
Rttica or Jobasi. The Charleston
(Mass.) Advertiser says ft whale oXtho
hu;r. pod-back cd spr-cics was driven ashore
at Nahnnt, few days since, and up-n
being cut open "ft pair nf boots narked 'J
iu a good stale 'of prservi;iOit, tr ;t ft
found in his entrails. It i suppod thnt
the boot. asihtV aretnarkrd "J,"le
lOirt-vd to Jonah, and were takn ofi'ntv.
left l-hind ly acidont when he made Lis
esitfroAthtrbr fiih. . ' .
.A Cnancs roa a Ixrtatsct.- Ia
passing dawn one of our back streets, - a
few days since, soys th Mobile Adverti
er, .we ovprhenrd ft colliloquy between ft
couple of dark ips, and wre jtst in time to
hear the following! Now, look 'ere yef
Chnrley; Jim irtout b an honest nigsjef
and then agin he moment, but if I was a
chicken and knowed.dat he was abut de
rani, I tell yer what,; I'd roost high, dat
I would." .
By thaPrcsidout of tho
" United State3..
IN pursuance of law, I. JAMES BUCHAN
AN, President of the United States of
America,' do hereby declare snd make know
that public sales will be held at the under
mentioned . land -fllces In tho Territory of
Nebr&Blta, at tho period hereinafter desig
nated, to wit r ' " ' '
.At the. tend office at BROWNSVILLE,
commencing on Mondy, tho Sixth day cf
September next, for the dipoal oi tho
public v landa wiUiia . tho following-named
townahipa, vis i ...
North of the bass lint and tatt of the
tixihprineipal meridian. '
That part of township one outside of the
Sac and Fox, and Half Breed, Nemaha reser
vation, of rang-e 17. . . . 7----T-
TUe parts of townships 1,2, 3, and 4 out
side of the Sac and Fox, and Half Breed, Ne
maha reservation, and fractional townahipa
5 and 6, of renire 18. , ;
That pirt of townahip one outside of tho
Sac and Fox retervationi township 2, tho
part of town-hip 3, A, ai d ft, outside of the
Half Breed-Nemah reservation and frac-Ui'-1.
t--. ph'n B. f ranee 1.1. . - v '
"Tli it part of townhipvm o8M. VUi
Sac ahd- Foil reservation i townships 2, 3, and
4 that part of township o outaido of tho
Half Breed, Nemaha reaetvati n v and town
ship ft, of ran; 14. , -
. Townships 1, 3, 3, 4, S, and 0, of range 13.
Townahipa 1, , S, 4, 5, and ft, ot range 12. i
Townahipa 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, and ft, of range 11.
Townahipa 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 0, of rarie 10.
Townahip I, 2, S, 4, ft, and 0, of ranee 9.
At tho -land office at NEBRASKA
CITY, commencing o.a Mofiday, the sixth
day of September next,' for the diapoa
al of the public lands within the following
named towiuUins, vlxj - , ,. ;. : 1
' North $tht base tint and tatf .of Iht
tixth principal meridimu
. Craoti mal tnwnehiDS 1 and 8. oi ran re 15
' Township 7, and fractional townships 8, P,
10. U,'SMl.-er ronpeio. f - - ,.
Townships 7. 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12. and frac
tional t'Jivnahip 13. of ranjee 13. . .
Townehb 7. 8, 0.10. and 11. and fractional
townships 12 and 13, of rang 12. . -
Townships 7, 8, U, 10, and 11, and frac'ioa
al township 12, or ran;o 11. . . , - '
(ToM,'i)hfp 7, 8,9tK. snd 11. and fractious!
townships ii, 13, and 14. of range 10. -
Townshin 7. 8, snd 11, Mid-fractional
townsiiips II, 1.'), and l, of rant:e 9. . . . ; '
At' tho1 land 'office at OMA.HA. OITY
cnmmenclnt; on Monday, he sixth diyof
September next, for tho disposal cf tiie
public tnd within the following-named tow o
ships, vit t .
North of the basr line and tatt of the
tilth principal mfUi'tn.
Fractional towoshlps 13, 14, 15, and 10, ot
ranee 14. . - "
of rauce 13.
Iractionar townships 1Z and 13, tvwnauip
14, 15, and 1. and frae.lonal townships 17,
IS, 19, and 20, of rang 12.
Fractional townahip 11, townships 13, 14,
15, ltl. 17, and 18, and fractional townships
19 and 2, of range 11. ,
Fractional townships 12, 13. and 14, and
township 15, 10, 17, IS, ltf, and 20, of range
10. ... . .
Fractional townships 14, 13, and 18, and
townautpa.7, 19, IV, and 20, of range V,
Lands appropriated by law for tbo nse of
schoole, military, and other purposes,' will bs
ozciuea trout in saies,
Th offering; of the above land will bo com
menced on. the davo appointed, and will iro-
eeed in the order In w' -h tney are advertised,
until the whole shsll Lava beea offored, ai d
the oaleo, ,t)iji closed; but no sale aball bo
kept often' loneer thin two weeks, and rio
private entry of any pf the lands will be sd
mitted until after the expiration ot tho two
Given Ander my hand, at tho city of Wash
ineton,.tbia thirtieth.. isy of M ireh, anno
Iomlni one thQuaand eight hundred and nfty-
SnV K ' -'
. ... , JAMES BUCHANAN.
-By th Prestdetiti , , . .,
-1 jFmasj AltCNDalcerk ' ' ..' "
Cammiuioner of iki General L indOjJiet.
Notice to pre-emption claim-
. . . .. ANTS-- ' -
Every person entitled to the right of pre
emption to an Of the iond within th town
ships and. parta of townahip above enumer
ated ia required to establish tho same to tho
tts'ati.ho register and rectever of the
proper y jSco. end make payment
tijere; jsi vpon sa practicable after
ae&iziK fjhia Lot ice, and befo s the .day
appointed for tho comaseneemeAt of the" public
sale of the lands embracing th tract claimed,
otherwise such claim will bo forfeited '
THOS. A. HEDRICKS.
Commitiioner of the General Land Office
RANGER. JONES' FERRIES.
JONE8 new and well arranged Ferry, is now
In operation on the El khorn River, near Ha
mouth, situated on Section 83 Towuship 14,
Range 10, East, between th Steam Saw
Mli! of Root fc Dlmee. and J, C. and f.
I also bave a good new Flat, larg ani? eon
venient o (ha eame Section and Range of tho
Horn Ferry, wiere I will eross travelers over
the Platte River, on Friday and Saturday,
when th weather k.td circumstance will ad
mit or on other day if neeeeeary.
The above Ferries ar on a direct route
west of Bellevue to Fremont, on th Platte,
oa the north,, and Chester twit Sprine:, Salt
Creek. Pawnee Village on the eouth side, and
Fort Kearny. Fort Laramie; Salt Lake City.
. RANpERJQNES .
For SoBp.. ,
r T VfM. RAWITZER'S Chtlj) Cash
XJbi Store, No. ft, JeflVreon Street,
If yon wish to purchase an? of the abeyt,
cheap for rssh, call at my tort and suiii
for yourselves. ' . ' '
Hit - tVM. RAWirZERt
I hereby warn all persons )tlnl secotlat
ing er 'pnrcbailng a oertaln promiasor
not made hv tho iindersifni-d, at ounni
KliifTa. and tfa'te I December 2Ut. A. D. IW
and payahle to Jame A. Stewart, en or be
fore the first dav of Ma;, A. D. 1S54, for Ui
eum of one hundred dollar. The said B?t
lint., lirm nei.i end cnrrllrd and r.cw fraud
ulently retained by thesald Jame A. Atewart,
will be leaiste I to tlu extent of tho law U
Wl-cise hands sever it maV be fmimt.
22tf THOMAS It. DENTON, JR.
.Council Bluffs, la., April 17th, 1S54.
IS hereby Riven, to Mary Khkpatrkk, f
- all whnm It tnav eonoern, thaf 1 will ..
pear at tho Land Oilice in Otuaha, i I rnir,
7th day of May 18;", and there prove svr
rlpht to pre-empt the N. F. of tb- fi, W. Snd
Lot No. 3. and the S. W. of the N. W. and the
in S. W.of the 9. W, quarter of sect! No.
townahip number H, in ranee number 12, east
of th (Kb principal meridian la Nebraska
April 21 1158. J. A. CARLILE.
A Salt at
CLARKE k BRO'S.
QORN MEAL at
CLARKE fc BRO'S.
ANCY S. F. SU Louis Flour at
- CLARICE A. BRO'S.
EXTRA Family St. Lonl Flour at
IOWA fc Illinois Flour at 1
2w2I CLARKE St BRO'S.
HOOFLAND'S Celebrated Oermsa Bitters
at , . , CLARKE fc BRO'S.
HOOFLAED'S Baisame Cordial at
4w? , CLARKE fc BRO'S.
l uunoriwxtfi ,,,
THE lareest lot of (tows, of all kinds, ov
er received in this masked, for sale by . ,
CLARKE fc BRO.
A IZ f i Lbs. wlmeBSeon, just received
-J J J and for ssle cheap, by
2t20 ..... CLARKE fc BRO.
.2120. CLARKE fc BRO-
Bushel Corn, for sale at
2120 CLARKE fc BRO'S.
OA Bushels cholcs Mlsnrl
Seed Corn, at
CLARKG fc BRO'S.
A Few Barrels of prims sweet
sals by CLARKE
JUTE Beans, at CLARKE fc
0"ntity of Potatoes, at
2120... . . CLARKE fc BRO'S.
of good n-orHnr Cattle, far
CLARKE fc BRO.
NE Lumber Wagon, for sl hv
CLARKE fc BRO.
sal by .
CLARKE fc BRO.
CASK -will h pail by C'srke Pro,
any quantity otdry and green bides.
For Bent or Sale.
rp HE Fins Stone Ttiilldlne known as th
JL BeDevue K or, situated on the corner of
Jelierson and 27th streBts, Bellevue. H,
win oe sou, or rented, ai a nsrgein.
For terms, enquire cf T. B. LEMON.'
the Fonteoelle Bank.
2 m 20 .
TIIE' underaiened informs th public, that
after thiol date, they have adopted tho
Cash svstein, and reduced their profit column
to the lowest figures.
All persons Indebted to tis, arc rsnested ?
call and eeltl bcfoio Uie Crst ot May, A. C.
Aoril B, 18iS. P. HORN, fc Co. .,
5!30- ' ; 1
IJHERERY glre notice, that on" and afUr
the 15lh day of April next. I will nroce
rive deeds, to those entitled to lota.ani
'a that nortl. nof the City of Bell.vuo, eiK.fi"" rP;.y
bv the Mayors as a town site," at th T"l? fit-,T ' .)
of Boweo fc Strickland. - '" rosidenes Of IL H
LEAVITT L. BOWEN. Mayoc
T' ETTERS Teatameitta'ry on tho estate ot
t Alexander Davis, late of Sarpy county,
deceaeed, having been granted to the undesign
ed, residing in said county, she hereby notifies
all persone knowing themselves to bo Indebted
to said estate, to. make immediate paymeiit,
aad thns having claims, to present the same
properly authenticated, for settlement on cr
bstors ihs first day of Mar next.
IRENE DAVIS, Am'r. J
Bellevue, March let, 1858. 3ml5
Notice. - ;,
NOTICE Is hereby given U George W.
Lewis, John Clravelaad, and all others
concerned, to appear before tho Register and
Receiver of the Land Office at Omaha, on
Wednesday th 2n day of June, 1868, at 10
o'clock A. M., and offer such evidence aa yon
may bavo In support or adverse to tho pro
emption of John Cleveland, to lota 1, 2, and
3, Section 27, Tp 13, Range If east, pee
Instructions of tho Commissioner of the Land
umce 10 r-nvsstii'e ev..i rre-emption. ...
JOHN A. PARKER Jr., Register..'
A. R. GILLWORE, Receiver.
Mireh 20th, 18V 22t4
"VTTJTICE iJ hsrehv ptren, that on the sw
11 nlnr ofth liUh ntt. ( lost my p. cVt
book In Pellevne dir. containing; some valu
able pprs that ar 'of no tio nv on but
aiveelf, torrther with a dollar bill, wi'h nm
nntee as;ainst various prsnns, one of $15 on
t'harle Peter M.kl, snd on of $MJ0 On
ht. D. Rhsvrj 'm0 J. P, ll'r4 At o, nf
aboit f one on B acklnirn of 8,i and
various others, I ! ereby notify all psreotia
from rTf haslnjf any of the all nwe. Any
person fimlliir said pocket-bnak and returnine
th earn to me, or travlnc it t t he efflc of
th Bellevu Caseue, will b liberally re
warded, btsMia cohering a treat favor.
(tfl8) . E. N. UPJOHN.
e- - ri ' v -tjr.
d C O.
rpHii andersl;ned are now opening the
JL iurffst and best Silecteii, assortment of
Sprine and Summer aTooda, ever before ofTared
in market) for tho truth of this, w lir-lta
tho Indies siid Gentlemen to call and aeo
that thia is no New Paper fxiff, no fktion) no
nut truin in reamy,
Evsn in Nebraska
Therefor come one, corns all, IM David will
bs on hand in hi usual rood humor to wait
oa all. Ladles in particular.
Every thlnjr may bs found In Uie shape ot
choiel dreis goods fcr.St'Hn? an t Summer at
10 KINNEY fc CO'S,
GROCERIES of evry description, cheap at
KINNFiY fc CO'S,
BOOTS and shoes, good snd warranted at
KINNER fc CO'S.
GAITF.RS, Buskins, and Slippers at every
variety at KINNEY fc CO'3.
Glass and Qneensware, cheap at
KINNEY fc CO'S,
.. ..v .. , ,
A FEW Firkin cf good Butter and a tot of
sm.'.ll white beans, for sale at the Hard
ware store of T. fc J. A. Nye Butter ) cent
per lb,- Bean 3 per bushel. ..
Both wsrranted to b not strong, eai)
around there that have the money. 4tlS
I II ATE been very indulgent with iky custom
ere about paying np, aosnetinr.es this prin
cipal cesses to be a virtue. I will now notify
hit cnir.eu)t to tho rock and settle aid
immcaistsiy, ano yon ".."T-"" uj;y
Your obedient oervant,
M - L. B. KINNEY.
- : NOTICE! r
I ETTER1 ot Admlnlslrstlon oa th estate
JL of Jvhn Ray late of Sarpy county, de
ceased havine been eranted to the S' bacrlber
jesidinff In Bltvue, he hereby give notice to
all persons Indebted to said estate to call snd
tile h Mm, and tb havine rlaim
seainst the estate are requested to present
them property authenticated for aetiternent,
13 WILLIAM H. WRIGHT. AdWr
C0727TY BffEVEYOB OP MILLS CO.
nrrrrr Mrvwnnn mws
"VKDr.na left at tn omcs cr snampesr
V Boyes, St. Mary, will receiy prompt at
tention. G. 8EEGER. Civil Enelneer and Surveyor,
vrpiiirTTvtpTgtftilly inforuM.be citiaens oX Milb
and auiniiif; ciilkis, 1 i r lit piepieu u.
execute all work of the following character i
laying off town site, leveling ot etreamsfor
water power, drswing of maps plain and
colored drawing designs for buildings of all
S'ylee, with estimates ot cost.
Correct plats of the townships of Mills
County, showing th true position of the tiui
'- ber. water conreea and bluffs, kept constantly
' on hand. Having nad experience both in title
country and In Europe, he fe-le assured of
giving satisfaction to all who may favor him
witn tneir pntronaee.
Cold Medal awarded at ths late St Louis
fair to G. Seefer fc 8. Scbimonsky for the
best topogTspbictl map.
' Office Gltnwood, Mills eo., lows. 14
ROAD NOTICES. : :,
; TEPPITfiRV OF NKRA5KAf r '
SARPlf COUNTV. i
NOTICE is hfc. hy given, that tbo County
Commissioners of Sarpv county, will
meet on Monday, May 10th, 1858, at 0 o'clock
A, M, t at the house of Bernhart Myers, to
view and locate, a rt in answer to a PU!n
to Commence at a point near the reeidenc of
aaid Boruhart Mvers. whero Uie road fem
. Bellevue, Intersects the Territorial road lead-
tug from Omaha, in Douglas county, to Cedar
isianu in oarpy comity, tnenc to a point near
Whittington, thence to
I. Smith, thence near
the residence of George 8wevil, to the moat
practical routs to Fairrlew. Said Commit
loner will meet in th evening of the same
day, at 5 o'clock at Bernhart Myers to bar
parties Interested in locating aaid road.
On the following day, May Uth, 1S54, at 4
o'clock A. M. said Commissioner wfll meet
at Philander Cook'a near Platu kivsr, to
view and locn a road, piopoeed In Petition
to run from Ia PUtte, along ths Platte River
bottom, text tho bluffs by Carlile's, H. IL
Smiths, and north oi Swivels' to tho S E. eor-n-r
of See i, Townsh!p 13, Rang 12, H. t
the 6tb principal nierldiao. The Commission
ers will meet ia iho evening of tho same dsy
at 6 o'clock at tbo house of Philander Cook,
to hear parties Interested in sM.1 road.
On Thursday, May 13th, 1858, ths County
Commissioners of Sarpy County, wilt meet at
Reuben Lovejoy's at V o'clock A. M. te view
and locate a road, to commence at a point on
tbo west lino ot the Bellevoo Mieeion Claim,
Ihenee north-west by tho most direct and
rractica' route, byway of the forks of tho
ig Pappillioo and West pappillion creeka, to
ilaxertoni thence to th north lino of aaid
county, at a point on tho north side of Sec 13,
Township 14, Range 11.'
- The Commissioners will then meet at Ren.
Lorejnv's. in Bellevue, in tbo evening of
tho seme day at 5 o'clock, to bear ds riles in
)tresed. , .
i By order of th-Coontv Commissioners.
STEPHEN U. BANGS,
IcUevoo, April 5th, 1853 County Clerk,
.TiiTt vwirti sii:!i4 wi Gwfri2, a lure)
and eommodton new store, nu th corner of
Meln Snd 2 th btreets. In Itellevne, where a
varied assortment of- CooUi easy b found
Amonc the ar
SCYTUrs, WOOD-SAWS. J
m j ..... .-
anuir.i.1. lit 1'IVKM,
SrADK-t, TE A-Kli t'VLV.S,
CRIND-STON'ES, . CHAINS, fcc,
Together with a quantity of '
Separs, R.iVea, Ropes, ltor.eeilarsj Ctpet
sacks, Window 8liv Deor.
TCA9 AND tUCAHS,
Tobocco. Qneensware; t!lsswar. Flur,
Crackers and a treat many nssrf articlee, -They
keep constantly on baud, a Urge s
sortinent of Rood
TTine. tnd I.lqt:rrs, .
Wsrrsnled the best oiialZtyi !"ip tor rh,
, r.37jf , J, P. hVHS fc CO.
Messrs! Oliver fc sT0Nr.,havs pur.
chased ot H. Cook (ri(Hth. his entlr-
Interest In th butchering business, and will
hereafter bs found sthis old itlnd.on Mias'on
venue, esst of Main , Street, "under n, M,
Pike's Crocerv and Provision Store, where
they will be happv to wait upon his old cus
tomers, and all others who may cbooss to
favor them with their patrons re. ,
GEORGE A. OLIVER.
Oct. 99. OmSl C II ABLE? 8IONE.
W. n. Longsdorfi . .
GRADUATE of Penn, Collers of Dental
J Surgery, respectfully announce to th tit
(sens of Brllevns. and vicinity, that be is bow
prepared to practice Dentistry, in all lta va
Oflic hour from S tilt ft, V. M. 1 4&
fTtllE underslened having purchased (lis n
-J. r tlr atock of Jewelry, formerly ov
Kemp, I prepared to tell the same at
' rent leas than was f ver offered in thl
iT. ., as room must be mads for a Urge
; f-ortment. Th stock consists of
J AND SILVER WATCHES, Clocks,
cr t fimeo, worsi. r.nnmei, rainteu,
IS't , Masonic, and Mourning Jewelry,
i..c?, ..ar Urops, m J',in.,iitrt btuds,
M. scslets. Rings, Gold, Sliver, and
-'I rd, Fob and Veit Chain. Gold
... r . pectscles. Also a splendid a.
t t MORTON'S CF.LEHRA.Ttb
) 1 9. Al0'MtvU.t-tStrument.
iv, LTt- Moinss, Tvassss, crl Casss,
ck of Rifle, 8hot Curnr, ftevolv--ich
will b sold at a tins!! &.
s cost, ss the subscriber wlsbss to.
10 gun business.
e et repairing dont wltft neatness
ch by competent workmsa.
tntlnue to take Omaha: Serlr, Wei
inge, Nemaha Valley, ssstern mon
I and. silver, In exchange for goods.
e on 12th Street, on door. from
snd directly opnosits th Western
Bank, Omaha, N.T. .
.all and examine goods and prices.
ibrr-.' , Jan. I2ih, 1838. ?m$
CLIEDS FOR 1858.
" TfK ar now prepared with
n 1 I ia
d complete stock of
I ;HI.T GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS,
ms i w crop, to supply any demand whole
a 1 retail, on ths very best of terms.
ur i ock Is new (as we do not consign seeds
1 1- o non bark to mix op again,) and
,.cb of It grown tindr our own directions In
ms slate. Our stock ot European seeds is
imported directly by ourselves from ths most
rs taoie growers in r.nfiana ana rance
vrs iei, connuem no neuer advantages to
the public can be offered than wo can give,
snd ws cordially invite an examination or our
stock before purchasing.-. Our stock coneists
In psrt of Spring Wheat, Barley, Corn, Peas,
Beens, fcc, a very largo variety pt Onrden
Seeds and a full assortment of Flower Seeds
of choice varieties. . Also, 150 bushels purs
Chinese Sugar .Cans Seed.
Constantly on hand a la'ge Bierfrtment of
Agricultural and Horticultural implements,
Full priced seed and implement . catalogue
sent upon rereinr or stamp to pay postage.
IIENKi D. KMERV fc CO.,
3mosI 4 . 204 La ks b'.rtet, p hlcago
Notica of Foreclosure of Kortjaya by
. - V AaVerilseiaeB i ' .
TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA.
COUNTV OF SARPf,
Reuben Lovejoy, Morlgsgee,
WiilUoi K. Johr,oon,
Mortgage dftied, March 14tb, A. J. 1837, re
corded U book E.', Page. 100, April Jlet,
1857, at 10i o'clock; A. Mi i
Default having been mad in tho ravment
of tho aum of two thousand and-two hundred
dollara, (2,2O0.) which is rlalraed to bo 0u4
at the date of thia ntiee,-sad tscurrd by a
certain Deed of Mortgage, bearjng date
March 14th. A. D. 1857. exrectid br William
R. Johnson, then of the hVotSot low Si" Alfred
Kellum, and Asruri O. Cot. of BeUevike. Bar.
ny County, Nebraska Territory -4o rteubsn
Lovejoy, of Bellevue, aforesaid, and Recorded
In ths oflieo of the Register of IW.is, at Oina.
ha City, for Sarpy Cmihty; N. T.; In Book E
rage iw, oa too xist w.awii. A.U., Mx7.a
10 1-2 o'clock. A. M. rT" '
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that
in pursuance of -a power of-sola contained In
ssid mortgage, nd of th atftute;. In sue b
cases made and provided, the premises de
scribed In and Conveyed by a 14 mortgage, to
wit i all that certain piece and parcel of land,
with its sppurtenancea, situated, and lying ia
tho city ot Bellevue, in said count y of Saipy,
and Territory of Nebraska, and described as
Block one huudred aad thirteen, (113) in aaid
city of Bellevue, according to fhe survey there
of, made by Mr. Hchiivooaky.io the year iS.jfl,
wfll be sold at public au.'tion on the 18th day
of June, A. D. 1H5H, betwn ib hours of 9
o'clock, in tho forenoon, and toe setting of the
sun on that day, to the higher bidder i ths
sal to to in front of th .Bellow House, in
tho city of Bellevue, Srpr C-mns 7, Nbrska
Territory. . , REUJB.F.V LOVEJOV,
I'.-'. L ' Mertfa8esV'
1. o. i.ram, aa-r,
March 24th. 158.
Kotica eftltrortcf.':-;i f Ilrr:;-;
lkKrtt IIMM V r i1)'trlUAII(
. CO UN 1Y OF 8 AKP Y. (
- Reuben Lovjy, Mortgsge, 1
V, A. tiwyer, Mort;i jrs. J
Deed of Mortrsf S dsM Dererc ef 1 v, ,
D-- 18.17, asd 'tttari.:i In I if.,!.
J70 t)4 71, lee...:.rr i..:, I .- I.
ft lock) A. ;..
Default havii'V bn n-?e le, t yrert e4 '
sum rf two t .isisr l two hun,el
fJ.Sui,) tli.S ia c.'ilwel U be du K 1
ato et t.'s nnlit, anl ..:! by a s . '
Mnrtjidqe bearing lte, I.. ere. '- r 1...'. t
eecileil by Alfiel Kelhiiu nt.i . A. C
of Harpy CohiiH. Ketraska Tertiiiy,t .
hn f.nvl. if ! eltv f fvlivii.. Sr
Cotiniy, Nebraska Tritr.-f , Sua rscai.' .
th Oliiv Of 1)1 Hi ; .--ter kf Deetle ( r t
Couaty, N. T Iu 11 , !' J, " 1
271, on t?e 2Ut d,iy of I)cilr, A. L's !
St 10 c clock, A. ?1. Pia, nt tint, 1 1
is nere'iy given Hist in rurs-i' ;u e t a j
1 rnrii'i- ;
sule cnnlAined in sai
7UiuS 111 i. inmxi it, 41
premise tescrilej li an,! ennv
ninr"r,tfl w; t A .1 t t e
f ".reel ot I , V, ' . 1 i' I i i
t. 0.11.1 t f ' r, I . . r ' t .
a rul il.. n ...t mi , t i ' I
Irv f.if '
f lj (1.- If ... I t ; .4 ,., , (
ttnil Ihtrtrcn, (i ) Tc " '.' !
Itsn- tliir4n, ( 13), t.. .
pai r.u ruiian t Ujstic noiUi v.it.
23.5 rod to a Cottonwood stump. ence nor
ti degrees, east H.5 rods to a, pnet. thes-t
South 47 1-3 degree east, 21,5 re.i
to a post, thence south 80 degrees west $.5
rods to the pises of beginning, containing oae
aero and fifty-seven perch, together wUh al)
and singular the tenement and hereiitaset
and appurtenances thersunto bslcmglng, mt ia
anywiss appertaining, consisting In cart oi
one engine, boiler and all Uis snachlaery tad
fixtures for a perfect steam ss r-miSI. aaaaurs.
lured by Cooper and CI irk, Mt. Vernon, C
ana ssm to ie cr tuirty nerst powsr, will is
sold at ruhlte auction on ths Sihh day of Jese,
A. D. IR-'iS, between the hours of o'elooa A
M., and the setting of the i)r the ssaso,
day, to the highest bidder. Tho at! to V !
front of ths BelleVue Hons to th City 7
Bellsvue, Sarpy County, Nebraska TTTlf"y
REUBEN LOVCJCr, '
- .' ' .... ' Mart-; J,-. !
l. a. i.imow, All y, .. . i .:
April 1st, 1S58.
BY virtus of an execution ta me directed If
the Clerk cf Ihs District Court of Ssrpy
county, N. T., In favor or John Ksbler, a. 4
againat thc property of Harrison Berry, te
satisfy a judgment against said Berry, far tiiS.
sum of fifteen-hundred and thirteen dollars
and aeventy-cls cenla, (1 1313.7U ) now tboro
fure I will oiler at public auetion on tho presos,
Ises, on tho 22nd day of April, A. D. 18:4 J.
between th hours of nln o'clock A. M. a4
four o'cloek P. M. of ssld dsy, to ths ahea.
bidder, for cash, the following described prop,
srty, to wit mis steam saw mill with a.l taa
apparatua belonging thereto, aaid at ill beiag
situated in ths weat part of Sarpy teanty mt
F.lUhorn rircr, aad kr.oB i Hwtts
Dated Jvm?1irarcrri8i1i A. H. l.x. ' i
-rr-r . iZ"$ IL CNCI V "
St Sheriff of Sarpy Coua??. K. V' ;
Df virtu of an execution, to ase' 4lrttt1
xj ny- tne t'lerk or ths Uistnet cowrt eff
Saruv count v. N. T Is'.vm oi Cv?i il.
Mark, and against ths property of O'-
Jsnnings, to satisfy a Judgment BaiU i.
said Jenntnge i for ths sure of ftvf tl 1
snd iilnety-ofx dollars, snd sevnty.9tx iu
($.10(1,76), Now, therefore, I will or t U
publlc auction, In front ot th Bellevue Laos
on tho 24th day cf April, A. D. XKA. bet wee
Ik. k..i.a -.l..l. . Xt I
Iliv uvun v. uii'V V i. IMV jt.. pi., snu lini
o'clock P. M., of ssld day, to ths higheil bld
dor, for cash, tb fn)wfnf; d?r!b?d erapcr '
t v, to wit i being tho N. W. of K. E., Si of -
s. i.., s. t.. or r. v. or jeciion 34, towoship
13, rang M, E. of the Oth principal meridian,
IS. I. . .. :
Dated March J3rd, ISIiS. ,. T
JOHN M. FNOCIf, Sherlr;
211S By S. II WATTLES, Dep. Sheriff! ...
. TIIS CHICAGO CITT i"
Room No. 1 Masoaic Temple, DcarVe ,
,1', . l3ireet, Cbicajo. 1
CAPITAL, 0150,000, t
H. a. Manses,'
H. A. WTHCOOf,
: .;'..',- ; : OFFICERS!
Edmund CxnSeld, Tin., XTa, S. lit:
Tins Company was orgsnlted oa Uie J7;
day of March, A. D. 1836. under a seoo '
lai charter from th Legislature of lUiHev
nd business commenced under tbo most (a
vorable auspice. Its establishment halktoe
upon a firm and reliable basis, and ia view oaf ;
He stability, eiundnesSjAnd prmanecy,raska-,
as one or wis nrsi maurancs jamoenie tn tat
Mtnry, . .-.Te-.-th. desires ef sroteetitfi.
Uiemselves against loss or damage fcy Firs, of'
perils r.f tho Sea, ibey beg ieavoto offer tk
following , ' f A t '
. REFCRENCES. . i ''u,
Messrs. 6lono fc Witt, Clevelsnd, Oble. ;
i. . " WtlUsms fc Avery, Ciuc5o,ia,.,
Norton Brother, -
; z- t! p'Afie fc Boomer,' -
If. S. TVurand, Pre. RacinS fc Miss, It. JL
Geo, C. NorUmip, Cash. Rsclno Co, Vaaki
Wm. P. Llnd, Milwaukee, '
J. G. Conroe, Esq. Rciftv ' ' (
Ashley Gilbert, Cash. Com'l B'k, Ckleago.
Ileury Farnhem, I're.ident Chicaro fc Rk
Island Hatl Road. . '.
Daniel P. RlKKlee, Fsj., CleveUnd. C4ta...,.
TkeniM Camri.--ll, Ee., Snrinfiieid, 111.
Hon U. Chart,b-riin, St. Loul.,'Mo.
Messrs. Wad.worUi, We',i fc Seyaaour, ,
; Chicago, J II. - -
Messrs. 1.. H. Burch fc Co., Chicsgo Bak."
Messrs. V. W. Sizer fc Co. Chiesgoj HI,
Wra. Blanchard, Esq., Morris, LI. - t
Mesur. 11. C. fc O. U. Cook fc Co., R,
Meiss. II. Wheeler fc Eon,'Atiroro. Ill, .
Messrs. Judd, Smith fc Pratt. i),e, Dl.
Nehsmlah Case, Esq., BnSalo, N. V. ' '
Was. B. Fundy, Esq., Sprin-f.old, III, " ...
Gen. L Cum, rwlngneld, IJ. , . .4
Richard Ivors, Esq., St. Iuie, We, ' "
.T.J. LEMO.V, Ajoi, Bcllevne.
; AND . .
Establishment in Oi's
WM. FRODSIIAM, having' retired fron
tho late firm ef Kemp fc trcR---.
has opened anew store at N 3, Cap. E ji
building, between the Meihodst Chmth, k-ro
be invite, his old patrons te give him a ca'.i.
Time pieces snd Jewelry, ci every dWr'o
Hon, neatly and r-j-s-ti. ins?y -atr-, 4i( .
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