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About Bellevue gazette. (Bellevue City, N.T. [i.e. Neb.]) 1856-1858 | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1858)
Will Faihis : Pay ?Tliis is th
question tlint has been nbly (Iimcu-m'iI iiml
(innlly decided in the Vui.rvilU: Fanner's
Club. The principal casni-i in the n -g.
live was an iiitelli'-'ent f.iriiu-r in the
neighborhood, who could speak by cxpe
nence: ho had taruieil a for many yeun,
nl fouui it wouldn't py. Thu, Uk- dis-! St- rrt"' r.-niai Ullv well supplied
cuasiun went on from evening 10 evening JJ''th ,,,''l''? h'm.M'a. The Timet of t'u
until it became the turn of that geiitli-imiu 31st. phr.ii.i.-ill., npeiiuia; of thj tiur-
. . . " . . An.iK i,.M,ni Km.. I. r.. ....... .1 ..:
to invite the next club iiioeiinir ut bis :
house. Th members, with their wives
assembled, anu iouiiu ampie actuiiiinoii i
tiont in hU spacious man-ion, the rooms
of which wore beautifully carpcteil, and
rilled with rich furniture und painting.
His accompli-hed and highly educated
daughters entertained the company with
characteristic song, accompanied wiih
the tweet tones of an elegant pi. inn -forte ;
and, in due time, the company was treat
ed to a beautiful lunch, and a de.sert of
tlit choicest fni'. On re inning the top
ic for discussion, the gentleman arose
ngniu. as was his wont, to argue thru fann
ing won't pay. The company l.ititi d to him
that his arguments had all been exhaust
ed ; they had come to a dual proof, and
with th living evidence before them,
taking the gentleman's own experience
as an example, voted unanimously ladies
and all that farming dots pay excellent
ly well, even in Down Last-Kennebec.
The Turkish Admiral and suite have
accepted au invita ion to vi.i t the lieu
River of the North, which is the western
boundary of Minnesota, the principal ob
ject being to see the vulley of the river,
and to engage in hunting the elk and
buffaloes. It is proposed to make the
trip in July. It is said thut Vico Presi
dent Breckinridge, Senators Fitch and
Ilice, Messrs. Becker and Cavanagh,
Representatives from Minnesota, and
Ex-Governor Medary, will accompany
the expedition. .
The past winter reason has been the
dullest known for many years upon the
various steamboat routes between Boston
and New York, by the way of Long Is
land Sound, both as regard passengers
A Little Boy called upon one of our cit
izens, and ottered some raspberries for
sale. " Well, my son, " soys the citizen
"are there not worms in them?" The,
boy frankly replied, " I think they are
some." . Our citizen then said, " I don't
want the berries, but as you are an honest
boy, a id tell the truth, I will Hive yo;i a
dime.' The boy ' retorted, " I Jon'i sell
my honesty." . . ,
' A The regular meetings' ti ' Nebraska
'JCT Lodge. No. 184, of Free and : Accpted
V Masont-, will be held at Masonic 11.111,
on the second and fourth Tuesday-evenings of
etch month, at 0 1-S o'clock.
L. B. KINNEY, W.M.'
I, i it i
1. O. O. F.
The regular meetings of Rellevue Lodge,
No. 4, will be hold on Saturday evening of
each week, at 7 o'clock, P. M. Brother of
the order who may he in our city on that
evening, are respectfully invited to attend.
, 8. A. STRICKLAND, N. G.
F. M. DAVENPORT, Sec'y.
i EASTERN MAIL.-J
' Tuesdays', Thursdays, and Saturdays at 0
o'clock, P. M. H
6sndavs, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, at 9
o'clock, P. M. ... , ..
WESTERN MAIL - - ' ...
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at ll
o'clock, P. M.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, atid Sundays, at 0
o'clock, P. M.
. ARRIVKS '
Tuesdays, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock,
Mondays, and Fridays, at 3 o'clock, P. M.
. NORTHERN MAIL.' I
.' ARRIVES . '
Mondays, a'ud Fridays, at 3 o'clock,P. M.
Tuesdays, and Fridays, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Office open on Sundays, onlv from 0 o'clock
V. M. to 8 o.clock P. M. i This rule will be
strictly adhered to.
L. 1J. KINNEY, P. M.
Corrected weekly by Clarke tt Brother,
Forwarding and Com. Merchants.
Flour Extra Superfine, $3,0 per 98 lbs.
" Iowa, $3,00.
- " Fine, $2,50.
Meal $2 per 100 lbs.
Apples Dried, $2.50 per bushel.
, Peaches " 4 00.
. Butter New 20e V 25 B
, Beans $2 1)0 V bus. .
Cora SO V bush.
. .,. Oats73c
, . Besf-7 to 8t. . . , , ,
Dried Beef 20c per lb. , , , i ,.
,u bait G. A., per sack, $3.
. . Etna V doz .,. . .
w. Hides Dry, 7c . . ,
'. ..do. Green, 3 .
Hay $4 00$G OOtua
Bran. 30 ceots per bush.
. Hams 12 l-2c.
6ides Clear, 12 l-2c.
Lard 15 e V Ik
Onions $2 50 bus.
Pelts Sheep 50c
do Coon 25c
Wood Cotton, 3,00, Hard, 5,00.
Lumber Cottonwood Sheaf 25fl m
M do so. edeed $30 00 "
Oak, Walnut, Raaswood $40 00
. fins sidinr, clear SMiKi v m. .
Flooring 2d $5 00 '
. 1st $7500 -'
Boards, $V) (tt, $75 00
Shingles Pins $8 50 ri ) 50 "r? in.
M Cottonwood $5 00
Lath Pins $12 00 per m.
Door. $3 50 $4 75 ssch.
fcsh fl 00a$2 1.4 rreMtBt. .
Thr.nrw titnift Uo i at CoUi'mImsi iJ f I
cnpitnl of South O.Afo'Jii, rrv in prOi-f-sl
of ereclion, H Id li n II'M-Jiiificciit Ml'iie- j
tnre. It will est S 00J.000 f.r its coin
rb'tion. Soiim' of tin? roek uscil in its
erection weigh tAtlve tmi.i.
",mJl """" 'U,U'LU
ConatTTios. Ex-(j'vprnor Bashford.
of ' i-Ctn-iii.-tat.-st ilmt he was offered
S150.000 to approve of th lir t l i'l re
ported for ili-ti ib, .tin? the lands t;tiiivcd
by Congress in uid of the railroads of that
HOUSE, Sign and Ornamental l'ain'.er,
Urainer and Paper Hanger, will execute
all order in Ins line of business, neat, cheap
ami quick. Work warranted.
Reference: Cook and Davenport. 24lf
ON Tuesday mornlnr, Miy 4.h, In coin
from my office to Mr. Lerew'a rrside:ic
a polj hunting cae watcn c ises stainjicJ
Anclpisnii & Co, (Liverpool) Miktti.
The fin Jcr will co:i!cr a t'.ivor , be ii l?s re
ci vintr a liberal reward, by iclurmn tLe
same t tne.
josr.ni E. PRAY.
WHEREAS Robert S. McKwendid by his
cortaiti deed of Trust, dated the Twen
ty Sixth day of October. 1S."7, and record-it In
the office of Register' of Deed, In Snriy
Com'y, Nebraska Territ ry, In Hook H, I'ae
237, convey to Warren (ireen, the folio in
described land, viz ! the undivided Imlf of the
S 1-2 of S W, N V. of S W, and N W of S K
quarter of Sec. IS. in Township 11, north,
R inne It, (Cast of the th principal ineridiati.
IVelirnska 'lerntorv. Aiso Ins nuricot in M
S E of N E quarter of Section It, in Town
ship 11, north, Range 1 1, east, i . thu County
of Sarpy, Territory of Nebraska s which said
conveyance to the said Warren (ireen, was in
trudt to secure th payment of said Robrt S.
ticEiVeirs note, trierrin p trticuiar oe-enoen i
said note dated October 20, 1S57, pay
able ninety days after dite, for t e iiin of
Fve Hundred and' Nine Dollars. ($50l.) upon
which there Is now due, and unpaid, at this
dale, Five Hundred and Twentv-Tnree Dol
lars and Thirteen Cents. Now, at the req iest
of the holder of said note. and in purs lance of
the terms and provisions of said deed ;f trus ,
by wiiicii ti:e iii,drsiKncd 13 au'.y pppomien
and constituted trustee and attorney for the
said Robrt S. AlcEiver. and in his name with
full power to sell and convey the: abov de
scrihrd In tel. P.ib'.ic no' ire If hereby Riven,
that the utidriiied trustee will, on Mouday,
tlm 7th dnv of J me, be'weeu the ho irs
of A. M. Rnd 4 o'clock, P. M. of th it d ly,
at the Hcllevne Hon ItI i tie city of Ilcitc
vne, Sarpy Coun'v. (N'braslt Territory, sell
the above dcribed Lant at Pablic Auctio:i,
f r eash, to th highest' hidde-, to saliify s M
note, interpt and rosin of aid sale.
FRANCIS A. WHITE, Trustee,
Be'levue, May 5, 133. 4 .21
HARDWARE & STOVES, '
plows & com? hills
SEED CORN & COSN SIIILLERS,'
SWlET POTATOES, '
BLACK NESHAKOCK 10.
MOST all kinds of seeds, ihs'i as II mca-ria-i
Oras1?, Iluley, Sed Chestnn'".
Clu r' irs, dried Pac'lt-a, Cane Swd bv the
q iartor bushel, Whi.e Heans. Gan'en Scedi,
with an HSsorliiifMit of Ho, Rakes, Shovel,
and S;adeS5 i i fct everyihin? n-ded o wo k
a Farm or llousc-kecp with. All to be f m I
at th Ihrdwire Stor of T, & J. A. NY I",
on Main S.reet, nearest tnr to the laidi:.r,
at the sin of the Cora Mill.
Our stock is nearly complete, anil our Tin
Sh"p has pleitty of tin, for those who wa it
jobs done, which will, ffll be attended to with
We have Mass, by the bale or pound, Wrap
ping paper by th bundle, to ny amount
Writing paper, a larpe quantity f in fact, w
have amfcan furnish nearly a nv thin" for sale,
and will sell very low for rath."
T. Si. J. A. NYE.
May 1st, 185S. lmJl
Bushels Corn, for sale at
2t2J CI.ARKE 4; BUO'3.
(A Bushels choice Missouri Seed Com, at
mJ 2t23 CLARKE & BRO'S.
A Few Carre's of prim sweet Cider,
i v sais oy
Beans, at CLARKE &
Quantity of Potatoes.
2t20 CLARKE & BRO'S.
ONE Yoks of
good worklnr Cattt, for
CLARKE t BRO.
ONE Lumber Waon, for sale by
Thousand CoLtoowood Shingles, fur
sals by , . . CLARKE BRO.
. i 1 ' - . ; . ...i
EXTRA Family 8t. Louis Flo-.r at -' '
' CLARKE & KRO'f.
IOWA tlllincis Flour st
2w2I CLARKE ft. BRO'S.
TTOOFLAND'3 Celehrste.l German Betters
XX at CLARKE 4. BRO'S.
HOOFLAED'S Balsams Cordial at
4w21 CLARKE ft. BRO'S.
PLOWS I PLOWS!
rpiIE largest lot of plows, of all kinde, ev-
a. er receivea in tins msake'
, for sale by
CLAKK.K tt BRO,
Lbs. prim" Bacon, just received
JWW and for sale cbesn. by
' ' CLARKE ft. BRO.
ACiCia Wschcice .'rieJ Apples, for
IVUU sale ctiean, by
CLARKE, ft ER0.
By tho President of tho
IN p-irsnanre f law, I, J AMI'S rttJCMAN
AN, President of the l'ni'e.1 S:,it.'S of
Ainclic.i. dj hereby drt l.ns and make know'
that p.ib'iC sales will be held at the limit r
iniMitione I land 'Ifioes in thf Territory of
TIobr inkl. tit the perio.ls heieinakcr ilesi;
natxl, to wit !
At the land offiea at I3R0WN WILLE.
cnmincMi'itie cm M"'"1'! , iho Bixthrtaycl
September next, for I he ilnpoa.il of the
public I.iiiiU Willi i ti tho follo.s ln-naiucd
township', i i
JWA of iht bust line and tusl of tht
Tint put cf tow.iship O110 o itsitle of the
Sac and Fox, and ll.i'f Breed, Nemaha reier
va'luu, of ranpt 17.
The parts of townships 1,9, 1, and 1 out
side of ihe Sac and lov, ami II ilf Breed, Ne
inaln reservation, and fractional townships
5 ami 0, nl' r.'niro Iti,
That part of township 0110 o i'l le of the
Sao and P.ix re oi v.itioa : township'.', the
parts of tmv.iflil,is ?, a d .", o itsi.le of the
Half Breed, Nein ah i ri-s"rva'ion j aiul frac
tional township ll. of rn pte I").
Tlr:t part or township OT10 outside of the
Sac and Fox reservation t towmhits 2, 3, antl
4 ; ihat part of township 5 outside of tho
II ilf Breed, Nemaha tesoivatl n j and town
shin ti, of ranee 1 I.
Township 1, 2, 3, 4, ft, and C, of r.inC 13.
Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, ft, ami (I, of rano 1.'.
Townships 1, 3, 4, ft, ami it, of iane 11.
Townships 1. 2, -I, 4, ft, and (I, o'' rane;i! M,
Townships 1, , 3, 4, ft, and li, of rane 'J.
At the land ollice at NEBRASKA.
CIT5T, roinmencini; on Mund iv, the sixth
d iy oCSeptcmber next, Tji the dispos
al of the public lauds WiJiin tho following
named townships, viz t
North of the base line and cad of the
tilth jriucipal meridian.
Fracti nal townships 7 and 8, of ranje 1ft.
Township 7, and fractional townships 8, U,
10. II. and. 12 of ranpe II.
.Townships 7. &.., 10, 11,' and 12. and frac
tional t' wush'p 13i of range 13.
Townships 7, R. 10. and 1 1, and fractional
townships 12 and 13, of ratnr 12.
Townships 7, 8, 1), 11), and II, and fraction
al township 12, of rani: 11.
Tow.htps 7. 8,9, 10, and 11. and fractional
townships li, 13, and II. of ranee ID,
Tmvmliins 7. 8. and 13. and fractional
townships 11, lft, nnd ID, of ranpe 11.
At the land ollice at OMA,II O ITY I
rnmmeticiiiK on Monday, the sixth d iy Of
September next, for the disposal of the
public lauds within the lollowiiig-iiaincd town
ships, vu I
North of the basa line and nut of the
sixth principal mrrHian.
Fractional towashijis 13, 1 1, 1", and 15, of
ranire 1 1,
Fractional townshis 13,11, 13, lft, end I",
of rane 13.
Fractional townships 12 and 13, townships
II, lr, ni.d M. nnd frac.lonal townships 17,
M. 11', ami 20, ot ranpe 12.
Fractional township 1 ', townsiiips 13, 11,
1"). I I. 17, J"id 18. and fractioaal townsiiips
vj ana if or ranu'e 1 1.
Fractional townships 12, 13. and 11, and
townships 13, l'j, 17, 1', 111, and 2D, of ranpe
. Frictirfial townships II, 13, and In, and
townships 17, 18, 1'J, and 20, ol' range U,
l.ands''BT)propriit 1 bv law fur the use of
schoa'a, military, and other purjtoses, will be
exclned from the aa.
T'e ofTerinc; of the above lands will be com
menred on the diys appniutej, nnd Will pro
ceed in the order in which tny are advertised,
until the whole shall have been oiri;rd, antl
the sales th is closed; lint no sale shall he
kept open longer than two weeks, and o
private entry of nnv of the lands will be ad
mitied until after the expiration of the two
Clivrn under mv hand, at the rltv of Wash
ington, this thirtie'h dsv of Mirch, anno
D.nmuii one thousand eight hundred and fu'i.y
eipht. JAME3 BUCHANAN.
By Ihe President :
Tm-s. A. IIrxdricks,
Commissioner of Iht General Lmd Office.
NOTICE TO PRK-I'.MPTION CLAIM
ANTS. Evry person entitled to the ripht of pre
einp'ion to anv of 'he lmds within the town
shins nnd part of townships bova enumer
ated is required lo es'ablish the sams to tb
satisfaction of the rejis'er and reciever of the
proper land office, and make pvyment
therefor ns soon as pr.vcticaole after
seeing this notice, and befw e the day
appointeil tor the commencement of th public
sale of the lands cm nacmg the tract claimed,
oilierwiss sucll claim will De forfeited.
THOS. A. HKDRICKS.
Commissioner of the General Land OJice
RANGER JONES' FERRIES.
JONES' new and well arranged Ferry, is now
Hi oneration on the Hikliom llin r.'i.e.ir iti
mouth, situated on Section 23, Township It,
iiange in, r,ast, neiween tne Meam haw
Mills of Boot k. DimocK, and J. C. and J.
- I also have a rood new flat, laree am! con-
venlent on the same Section sntt Kanpe of the
Horn Ferry, where l will cross travelers over
the Pialla River, on Fridays and Saturdays,
when the weather and circumstances will ad
mit t or on other days if necessarv.
The above Ferries sre on a direct route
west of Bellevue to Fremont, on the Platte,
on Hie north, an Chester Salt Springs, Salt
Creek, Pawnee Viilape on the south side, and
Fort Kearnv. Fort Laramie. Salt Lake City,
fcc. '23 RANGER JONES
f T WM. RAWITZER'S Cheap Cash
Store, No. , Jeffjrson Street,
: "! , ORANGES. ' "
If yon wish to purchase any of the above,
i-heap for cash, call at my store and examine
22tf WM. RAWITZER.
ASH will be pail by Oarke-ft. Bro,
any quantity of dry and crceu hides.
A Silt at
CLARKE ft. BRO'S.
QORN MEAL at
CLARICE ft. BRO'S.
. J7ANCY S, F. St. Louis rio ,r st
1 i . ' CLARKE ft
G D D I) S
L, f. KINNEY & CO.
'I THE niderslc'ie.l are nnv opnln the
I. hirpes ninl brut selected, assortment of
Spring ami S uninr goods, ever before ofiWed
iniimlet; for the trhth of tliis, we In te
the Ladies ami (irntli nn n In call anil see
th it this is no-News I'.ipci pntV, no fiction, no
But truth In rea'i v,
Even lu NebratUa'
Tlierefore come one, come sil. anu David will
be on hand in his usual noo.l humor to wait
on all. Ladies lu particular.
I'vcry thinp may be round in Hie ahapa of
choice dress goods for Spiitr; an 1 Simmer at
ID KINNEY CU'S.
GROCERIES of evry de-rlptlon, cheap at
KIVM'.Y ."t CO'S.
00 l' j and khoen,
poo I and wai ranted at
K INN Lit CO'S.
GJ. H T.RS, Raskins,
I variety nt
and S!ip;vis of every
Class and Q leens-vare, rhean nt
KINNEY & CO'S.
III AVI', been very intlulpent with my custom
ers nbont payinp up, somi-lin.es this prin
cipel ceattes lo be a virtue. I will now notify
all to con enp lothe rack and settle old scores
immediately, and von will very much oMipc
i our ohc.lii'iit servant
L. B. KINNEY,
J-'ETTERS or Admiiiisratioa on the estate
or John Ray late of Sarpv county, de.
ceased t ha vine been pranteil to the S'bscriber
resitlinp in Ilellevue, he hereby pivea notice to
all r?r;'?ns imleliied to sanl estiiLn to call nnd
settle the kme, and those havine claims!
against the estate are requested to present
them properlv nnth ntirated for settlement.
13 WILLIAM II. WRIGHT. Adm'r
en.' stave ri:i;;i:u,
COUNTY SURVEYOR OF MILLS CO.
OFFICE GLEN WOOD, IOW
ORDERS li ft nt the office of Slukspea
lloyes, St. Mjry, will receive prompt at
tention. G. SEEGER, Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
would respectfully Inform the cltirens of Mitis
and adjoining co intles, that he is prepared to
execute nil work of the following character s
Laying oil' town sites, leveling of streams for
water power, drawing f maps plain and
colored, drawing desiirns for buildings of all
s vies, with estimates of cost.
Correct plats of tho townships of Mills
County, showing the true posi ions of the lim
ber, water courses and btull', kept constantly
on hand. Hiving had experience both 1 1 this
country ami in Europe, ha fe-Is assured of
guliiL' satisfaction to all who miy favor him
with their patronage.
Gold Medil awarded at the late St. Louts
fair to G. Seeger ti. S. Schiinoiibky for the
best topographical man.
Office Glenwood, Mills co., Iowa. II
SPECIAL N0TI0E I
rilHE imilersi'tned Informs the public, that
L alter this date, tliv have adopted the
Cash svsm, ami reduced their proll'. column
te the lowest figures.
All persons indebted to "is, are requested to
csll ami settle before the first of M iy, A. C.
Annl8, 18.18. J.' P. HORN, & Co.
HERERY give notice, that on and after
the l.Vh tlay of April next, I will proceed
to give deeds, to those en'ltled to lots and
land, 'n that P'rti nor the Ci y of Bellev , en
tered by the Mayor: " as a town iite,"' at the
office of rtowen At h'rlckland. '
LEAVITT L. BOU'EN. fayor.
TETTERS Testamentary on the estate of
i Alexmder Divis, late of S.irpy county,
deceased, having been granted to the undesign
ed, resitlin In eniil county, "he hereby notifies
all persons knowing themselves to tit indebted
to said estate, (o mak iminediaU payment,
anil those having claims, to present the same
properly authenticated, for settlement on or
befori the fint day of Mf next.
IRENE DAViS, Am'r.
Bellevue, March 1st, I85S. 3ml5
Tor Rent or Salo.
fllHE Fine Stone Building known as the
X. ISellavue S ore, situated oi the corner nf
Jclf-rson and 27th streets, Bellevue, N. T.,
will be sold, or rented, at a bargain.
For terms, enquire of T. B. LEMON, at
the Foiitenelle Bank.
Thereby warn all persons against, negotiat
ing or purchasing a certain promissory
note made by. the undersigned, at Council
HlutLi, and dated December 21sl, A. JJ. 1'7,
and payable to James A. Stewart, on or be
fore the first day of May, A. 1). 1S5H, for the
sum of one hundred doliars. Ths said note
having been paid and cancelled and now fraud
ulently retained by thesaid Jameg A. .Me wart,
will be resiste l to the , extent or the law in
wr-ose hands s.-ver it may be found.
22r THOMAS H. BEN I ON, JR.
Council Bluffi, la., April 17th, ISiS.
TS hereby given, to Mary Kirkpatrick.
all whom it may concern, that I will an.
pear nt the Land Office in Omaha, on Friday,
th day of May 18.W. and there provs m'y
right to pre-empt the N. E. or th N. W. and
Lot No. 3. and the 8. W. of the N. W, and the
In 8. W. or the 8. W. quarter of seetion No. 25
townelnp number U. in ranee number 1, east
of the nth principal meriliaa in Nebraska
April 21 1858. J. A. CAR LI I.E.
Till" miilersieuicd ha opened, a larp
S'nl conunoilious new s'oie, on the corner of
M i in ninl 'Jih Streets, in Itrllrvue, where a
vaiiid nssortiiienl f (Jotnls may he found
Anions them are
scv rm wiioivs.Mvi.
GRIN I) - STO NT.S, CHAINS, Kc,
Toether with a quantity of
Boots c3 Slioos
S-cnis, II ite, Hopes, Horse-collars, Carpet
sacki, WiihIow Sash, Doors,
TEA9 AND SUGARS,
Ttdioceo, (Jueensware, (Jlassvvare, Flour,
Crackers ami a crent many mors nrliclus.
They keep constantly on hand, a lart;s as
sortment of pood
Vines ninl Liquor,
Warranted tho bent quality t cheap fur cash.
n37lf J.' P. HORN CO.
MESSRS. OLIVER &. STONE, have pur
rhaned or II. Cook (iriinth, his entlie
interest In the butclierinj business, anil will
hereafter bo found at his old stand, on Miss on
"venue, east of Main Street, under 8. M.
Pike's Grocery nnd Provision Store, where
they sll be h.ippy to wait upon his old cus
tomers, and all oihers who may choose to
favor litem with their patronage.
GEORGE A. OLIVER.
Oct. 20. Cm51 CHARLES S10NE.
W. II. Longsdorf,
fl.n MUTATE" of Penn. Collets of Pental
V? Surjrerv, respectfully announce to the clt
i.ens of Ilellevue, and vicinity, that he is now
prepared to practice Dentistry, In alt its va
OMice hours from 2 till 5, P. M. 43
To tlio JPxxlolic.
f"MIE undersigned having purchased the en
X tire slock t.f Jewelry, formerly owned by
Alex. Kemp, is prepared to sell the same at
25 per cent less than was ever offered lu this
eitv before, as room mns be inado for a large
spiing assortment. The stock consists of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, Clocks,
Sells of Cameo, Coral. Enamel. Painted,
Gold S'Oi.e. Masonic ami Mourning Jewelry,
Broaches, Ear Drops, Cuff Pius, Shirt Studs,
Lockets, Bracelets, Rings. Gold, bilvcr, ninl
Plai ed Guard, Fob and Vest Chains, Gold
nnd Silver Spectacles Also n splendid as
sortment of MORTON'S CELEBRATED
GOLD PENS Also Musical Ins'ruments,
Cutlery, Port Monies. Pouches, Card Cases,
A fine stock of Ttifles, Bhot Guns, Revolv
ers, Jcc, which will be sold at a small ad
vance above cost, as this subscriber winhes tn
go out ot the gun business.
All kinds f repairing done with ncatnes
ami dispatch by competent workmen.
I still continue to tnke Omaha Scrl", Wes
tern Exchange, Nemaha Valley, eastern mon
ey, or gold and silver, in exchange for goods.
fcVKtore on Pith Street, one door from
Faniliam, ami directly opposite the Western
Exchange Bank, Omaha, N. T.
Please call and examine goods ami prices.
T. W. .WOODS.
Cmaha, Jan. 12ih, 183. 3m9
are now prepared with a full and
and complete slock of
FIELD, GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS,
Of the new crop, to supply any demand whole
sale arid retail, on the very best of terms.
Our stock is new (as we do not consign seeds
and take none back to mix up again.) and
much of it grown under our own directions in
this state. Our stock of European seeds is
Imported directly hy ourselves from ths most
re table growers' In England and France-
We feel confident no better advantages to
the public csn be offered than we can give,
and we cordially invite an examination of our
stock before purchasing. Our stock consists
In part of Spring Wheat, Barley, Corn, Peas,
neens, &c, a very lar.'e variety ol Garden
needs noil a Call assortment or Flower Seeds
of choice varieties. Also, 130 bushels pure
Chinese Sugar Cane Seed,
Constantly on hand a large assortment of
Agricultural and Horticultural implements.
Full priced seed nnd Implement catalogue
mi i.no't rrreipr ui Btnmn to pay postage.
HENRY D. EMERY fc CO.,
3iaosl4 201 Lake S'rert, Chicago.
Notice or roi'fccloiura cf Ucrtgaya by
TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA.?
COUNTY OF SAUPY, $
Reuben Lov-joy, -Mortgagee,
William II. JoUion,
Aaroa O. Cox, Mortgagers.
Mortgage dated, Marc h lllh, A. D. 18j7, re
corded in hook L., Page lti'J, April 21st,
l..)l , at 1U) O CIOCK, A. ;u.
Default having been made in t'.e payment
ot the sum of two thousand and two hundred
dollais, (2,2W ) which is claimed to be due
at the Jjtc r.f ibis notice, and secured by a
certain llted of Mortgage, bearing date
March 14th, A. D. 18V7, exwuted by William
U. Jtdinson, then of the Stateof Iowa, Alfred
Kellum, and Aarwn O. Cox, of Bellevue, Sar
py County, Nebraska Territory, to Reuben
Ixtvejoy, ot Bellevue, aforesaid.'and Recorded
in the office of the Register of Deeds, at Oina
ha City, for Sarpv County, N. T., in Book E,
Pjge on the 21st of April, A. 1)., 18i7,at
10 1-2 o'cloc k A. M. .
Now, thriefore, notice is hereby given, that
in pursua-ce or power ol sale contained iu
said mortgage, and cf the statute, iu aucb
cases made and provided, the premises de
scnbed in and conveyed by said mortgage, to
wit i all that certain piece S( d parcel of land,
wiiii it appurieaa,.cee, aiiuaiea a net lying lu
ma cny or ilellevue, in eau coun'y of Sarpv
and Territory r-f Nebrsska, and detcribed as
Block one hundred and thirteen, (113) in said
city of Bellevif, according to the survey there-
or. maue oy int. ocinoiunny.in tne year lto
will be sold nt public audio. i on the 18th Hay
or June, &. u. not. between the hours of
o'clock, iu the forenoon, and the setting of the
suvoe that day, to the highest bidder (the
sale to be in front ot the Bellevue House, in
the city of Bellevue, Rarpy County. Nebraska
iemtory. REUBEN LOVEJOY,
Notice of the Foreclosure of Mortfip
TERRITORY OF NI.BR3KA,
LUUM I V U( HAItr I )
Reuben Lovejoy, Mortgagee,
V. A. Gwyer, MortftSRors. (
Deed iif Mtirtgags dated December 18tU, A.
D. 1V7, and recorded In Hook B., Psjss
V't.ti, 270 and 'i7l, December 21st, 1847 at 1U
o'clock, A. M.
Default having been made In payment of the
sum of two thousand two hundred dollars,
f$i,2 )0,) which Is claimed to be due at the
date of this notice, and secured by a deed ef
Mortgage bearing date, December ISth, 1837,
executed by lfred Kellum and V. A. Gwyer,
or S.irpy Count y, Nebraska Territory, to Re
ben LovVjoy, of the city of IlelleVuej Harpy
Count v, Nebraska Trirltnry, and recorded la
the office nf the Register of Deeds for Ssrpy
Count v. N. T., In hook H., page 200,270 anel
271, oil the 21st day of December, A. D. 1857,
nt. Id o'clock, A. M- Now, therefore, notice
is hereby given that in pursuance of a power
of Male contained In said mortgage, and of the
Statute in such cases mads and provided, the
premises described In and conveyed by said
mortgage, to witt All that certain piste r
parcel of land, lying and being situate in the
County or Sarpy, and Territory of Nebraska,
and described as follows, to wit t Commenc
ing for the same at a post H4. 0 rods, Nertk
81 1 degrees, East of the 8. W. corner of sec
tion thirteen, (,l-0 Township thirteen, (1IL
Unrigs thirteen, (i:), east or the nth Princi
pal Meridian thence north 474 degrees, west
2.1.5 rods to a Cottonwood stump, thence north
31 degrees, east tt 0 rods to a post, thence
South 47 l-'i degrees esst, 23.4 rodl
to a post, thence south 30 degrees west 9.5
rods to the place or beginning, containing ene
acre and fitty-seven perch, together with all
and singular the tenement and hereditaments
and appurtenance thereunto belonging, or la
anywise appertaining, consisting in psrt ef
one engine, boiler and all the machinery as4
fixtures ror a perfect steam saw-mill, manufac
tured by Cooper and CI irk, Mt. Vernon, Ohle,
and said lo ha of thirty horse power, will be
sold at public auction on the 2Htn day of June, '
A. D. 1S;8, between the hours of 9 o'clock A.
M., and the setting of the sun on the sae
day, to the highest bidder. The sale to be la
front of the Btillevua House In the City ef
Bellevue, Sarpy Cuuntv, Nebrsska Territory,
T. li. Limon, Att'y.
A prll 1st, 1858. nlOtlt
BY virtue or an execution, tn tne directed,
by the Clerk of the District Court of
S.irpy county, N. T., In favor of Cyrua K.
Mark, and against the property of George
Jennings, to satisfy a judgment against the
s.ild Jennings ( for the sum of five hundred
and ninety. six dollars, and seventv-six cents
($r)im,70). Now, therefore, I will offer at
public auction, In front of the Bellevue House
on the 24th day of April, A. P. 1858, between
the hours of nine o'clock A.M., and four,
o'clock P. M., ot said day, to ths highest bid
der, for ca ih, the following described proper
ty, to wit j being ths N. W. of N. E., 81 of
N. S. K. of N. W. of section 24, townsrVp
13, range 13, E. of ths Oth principal meridian,
Dated March 2Hrd, 1858. ' ' '.'
inure t t-vr.M? ei.... - J
2118 By S. II WATTLES, Dep. Sheriff. .
I?' The above sale wis Postponed to Sat
urday, May 22.
b. ii. wu .LtS, Dpt. Sheriff. .
Bellevue, Ajril 29. 4t23
THE CHICAGO CITY
OFFICE i ,
Room No. 1 Masonic Temple, Detrbon 1
Street, Chicago. '
CAPITAI, 8150,000. :
II. A. WVMCOOP.
M. S. MOMBOK,
Edmund Canfleld, Fret., Wm. 8. B&Ui(
eoy, Jienry Chapman, Treat.
rpHIA Company was organized on the 27th
L day of March, A. D. 18j!, under a spec
ial charter from the Legislature of Illinois.
and business commenced under the most fa
vorable auspices. Its establishment hasbeea
upon firm end reliable basis, and in view of
its Stability. soundneis.snd nerma nenev rsnWa
as one of die first Insurance Companies la the
counjry. To those deeirous of proteetinf
themselves against loss or damage by Fire, or
perils nf the Sea, tbey beg leave to offer th
Messrs. Stone &. Witt, Cleveland, Ohio.
Williams te Avery, rhicaro, 111. '
' Norton t Brother,
" Stone ii. Boomer, '
II. 8. Durand, Pres. Racine St Miss. R. K.
Jeo. C. Northrnp, Cash. Racine Co. Bank.
Wm. P. Llnd, Esq., Milwaukee.
J. (J. Conroe, Esq. Racine.
Ashley Gilbert, Cash.' Com'l B'k, Chlcsge.
Henry Farnham, President Chicago k. Rock
Island Rail Road.
Daniel P. Rhodee, Esq., Cleveland. Okies,
Thomas Campbell, Esq., Springfield, IU.
Hoa R. CbaraberHn, St. Lwis, M.
Messrs. WadsworUi, Wells It Seymour.
Chicago, III. . '
Messrs. I. If. Bnrch it Co., Chicago Bank,
Messrs. G. W. Siier it Co. Chicago, 11L f
Wm. Blanchard, Esq.. Morris, 111. . v .
Messrs. H. O. tt O. J. Cook 4c Co., Roek
ford. III. . ..
Messs. H. Wheeler St 8on, Aurora. IU. .
Messrs. Judd, Smith tt Pratt, Dixon, lit- .:
Nehamlah Case, Esq.. Buffalo, N. Y.. 's
Wm. IJ. Fundy, Esq., Springfield, 111.
Gen. I. Curn, Kpringfttld, ill. . . '
Richard Ivers, Esq., St. Louis, Mo. '
T. B. LEMON, Agent, Bellevur.. '
Ji. Now "77"dTVt03x
AND ' : ' :t
Establishment in Omaha
WM. FRODSHAM, having retired froaa
the late firm of Ktino Jl Frodshaas.
has opened a new store at No 3, Capt.DosisVs)
omnium, Between me Metnodet uiurcli, wbero
be invites his old patrons to give him a evil. -Time
pieces and Jewelry, of every desKrip.
tion, neatly and expeditiously repaired, Sssilj
NOTICE is hereby given in George W.
Lewis, John Cleaveland, and all others
concerned, to appear before the Register and
Receiver of the Land Otlice at Omaha,
Wednesday the 2nd day ot June, 1868, at 40
o'clock A. M., and otter such evidence as yosj
may have In support or adverse to the pre
emptioa of John C'le iveland, to lota 1, S, and
3, Section 27, Tp 13, Range It east, as per
Instructions of the Commissioner ed) tho Laad
Otfice to re-lnrsitigste asid nreeenUoa'
JOHN A. PARSER Jr., Kir,
A. R. GILLMOIE, Receive' '
Mueh Xh, IV, f&Q
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