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The following Preamble and Itesolu- j TiitTrsn FMii.r.
tinrn. r r.nssed at a tneetintr of Hello- i'v roof Massachusetts
vue Lodire. No. 4, I. O. O. 1'., Nebraska
Whereas, Through tho i iterposition of (
Divine Providence, n llrother in the full
lush of henhh, has been stricken down.
One, who in the noon-lido of life, full of
life's eager pursuits, nlive to our hopes j
vnd fears; nnd faithful in the perfolm-.
nnce of our rights and cerunomes, there
for: ResolvtJ, That wo tender our warmest
flympathies, to the friend and relatives,
tif the deceased, Brother Charles J. Kib
by; that our sympathies and condolence,
comes fresh and warin from the heart.
We, brotherlike, have centered around
one common shrine, to pour the grateful
remembcrances, of our past hnppy unity,
t the saino fount of Brotherhood.
Ittsolvtd, That this Lodge be draped in
mourning, for the next thirty days, and
that the Brothers wear the usual badge,
for the same length of time.
Resolve t, That tho above Preamble and
Resolutions be published in thu Bidlevue
Gazette, nnd a copy be forwarded by our
worthy Secretary, to his friends and rela
tives in Ohio.
'8. A. STRICKLAND, N. G.
F. M. Davenport, Sec.
We have not received the proceedings
of tho riattsmouth Convention, but lenrn
that there was a full attendance of Del
egates nearly every county in the Terri
t ry being represented. Resolutions were
adopted in favor of organizing the partyi
re-affirming the Cincinnati Platform and
approving the genreral policy of Mr.
Buchanan's Administration, and also in
faor of submitting the Constitutions of all
States, hereafter to be framed, to a vote of
the People for ratification.
The total assessed value of real and
personal property in Detroit, is S10.3R1,
814, bein an increase of only SoOO.OOO
as compared with last year.
The work upon the line of the Racin?
& Mississippi Railroad, between Durand
nnd Freeport, has been resumed; and its
completion to the later place, is looked for
luring tho present summer.
The regular meetings of Nebraska
'Lodge, No. 184, of Free nnd Accepted
tMasonf-, will be held at Masonic Hall,
on the second and fourth Tuesday evenings of
each month, at 0 1-2 o'clock.
L. B. KINNEY, W. M.
i. o. o. r.
The regular meetings of Bellevue Lodge,
No. 4, will be hold on Saturday evening of
each week, at 7 o'clock, P. M. Brothers of
the order who may be in our city on that
evening, are respectfully invited to attend.
S. A. STRICKLAND, N. G.
F. M. DAVENPORT, Sec'y.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays at 0
o'clock, P. M.
Snmlavi, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, at 9
o'clock, P. M.
Tuesdays. Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 6
o'clock, P. M.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays, at 9
o'clock, P. M.
Tuesdays, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock,
. Mondays, and Fridays, at 3 o'clock, P. M.
Mondays, and Fridays, at 3 o'clock,P. M.
.Tuesdays, and Fridays, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Office open on Sundays, only from 0 o'clock
P. M. to 8o,clock P. M. This rule will be
strictly adhered to.
L. 1). KINNEY, T. M.
Corrected weekly by Claskb k. Bsotiiib,
Fonvardin? and Com. Mcrcbants.
Flour Extra Superfine, $3,50 per 93 lbs.
" Iowa, $3,00.
" Fine, 52,50.
-Meal $2 per 100 lbs.
Applea Dried, $2.50 per bushel.
Peaches " 4 00.
Butter New 20c f 25 lb
Muscovodo Sugar. 10 cents per !b.
Belcner's Syiu , 70 ecuts per gallon.
Coffee, 13 cents rer lb.
Beans $2 00 "p bus.
Corn 60 bush.
. Oats 75c
Beef 7 to 8c.
Pried Beef 20c per lb.
Fait G. A., per sack, $3.
Eggs 15e doz
" Hide Dry, 7c
do Green, 3
Hay $4 00 foi $3 00.1? tim
Bran. 30 cents per bush.
Hams 12 l-2c.
Side Clear, 14 l-2c.
Ird 15 eV
. Onions $4 50 bus.
Pelts Sheep 50c
do Coon 25c
Wood Cotton, 3,00, Hard, 6,00,
Lumber Cottonwood sheat'e 25 i m
" . do sq. edged $30 00
do Oak, Walnut, Basswoad $40 00
so fine siding, clear $15 to $50 'dm.
do, llooring 2d $65 00
Boards, $50 $75 0Q
Shingles Pine $7,50 m.
Cottonwood $4 00
J.a'th Pint $7 00 per m.
Doors " $3 50 (g $4 75 each,
fcub-f 00(5 $2 l- rf'cmnt.
Tho Tyng fain
Gov. Dudley, ono of the
first chief magistrates of the colony. Mr.
Dudley A'kins Tyiur, father of the Rect
or of St. George's Church, was n lawyer,
residing at Nrwburyport, nnl for many
years was reporter to the Supremo Judi
cial Court. His family name, says the
Mass. Spy, was tlvins, to which, for
some reuoiis, tho name Tyng supposed
to have been his mother's maiden name
was udded by legislative enactment.
IXTR V Family Flour at
U 2tn27 CL,
CLARK &. TIRO'S.
IENCINO Nails at
CLARK . RRO'S.
HAMS, Sides and Shoulders at
n27t2 CLARK k RRO'S.
Over A. It. Orchard's Store,
Farnltam Street, Omaha lity, X. T.
t IMir. Public are respectfully invited to call
JL and examine our pictures.
and Pictures transfcrcd to Leather, taken at
in from 3 to 5 semuds.
.1. P TOPI),
J. A. TODD.
HAVING made a change In our business,
we would give no' ice to our customers,
that all demands due the firm of T. & J. A.
Nye, must be settled, nnd paid to J. A. Nye.
The business will continue to be carried on
by Kinna & Nye. at the old stand, on Main
Street, In all its branches. Those In want of
Mowers, or any thing else in their line, will be
supplied, as cheap as elcsewhere.
T.&J. A. NYE.
Bellevue, June 1st, 1853. 27
IS hereby given, to MaryJ. Kirkpatrick,
E. C. Pusey, and nil whom it may concern,
that I will appear at the Land Ollic'e in Oma
ha, on Friday the twenty-fifth day of June
IS.")'-, and th"'re prov m right to pre-empt,
the S. W. of the S. E. quarter of section 21,
an 1 the W. 1-2 of th N. E. quarter, and Lot
no. 2, in section no. 25, in rnwnship no.
north, Range no. 12, East of the (H!i principal
Ii.oriilian, in Nebraska Territory.
May 29th 135S.-3t GEORGE ZWIEBEL.
IS hereby given to James A. Graham andall
others whnm It may concern, that I will
appear at the Land Office at Omaha, on Tues
day the i;th day of June, 1S59. and there prove
my right to pre-empt the N. E. 1-4 of Section
5,'in township 12, ranee TI, East of the Oth
principal meridian in Nebraska Territory.
27 JOHN STEAD.
Hungarian Grass Reed, at
CLARKE k RRO'S.
CLARKE k RRO'S.
WHEREAS, Edward Larue, did by his
certain deed of trust, dated the Twenty
first day of September. 19j7, and recorded in
the Office of Regis' er of deeds, in Sarpv Coun
ty, Nebraska Territory, in Book A. Page Ml,
convey to Warren Green, the follo'.ving de
scribed Land, viz, N. W. quarter of Section
No (35) Thirty-five in Township No (1 1) four
teen, north of Range No (13) thirteen East of
the IV.h principal meridian, Nebraska Territo
ry, containing 100 acres, which iiuid convey
ence to the said Warren Green, was in trust
to secure the payment of said Edward Larue's
note therein particular described. Said note
dated September2lsi, 1857, for value received,
payable sixty days after date, for the sum of
three hundred and thirty four dollars ($334,)
with Interest, upon which there is now due
and unpaid at this date, the gum of three hun
dred and fifty dollars and eighty cents($350,
80 j) now at the request of the holder of said
note and in pursuance of the terms and provi
sions of said deed of trust, by which the un
dersigned Is duly appointed and constituted a
trustee and attorney for the said Edward La
rue, and in his name with full power to sell
and convey the above described land. Public
notice is hereby given that the undersigned
trustee, will on Monday, the 7th day of June,
Xfs, between t!io hours of 10, A. M. and 4
o'clock,-r. M. of that da -, at the Belleie
House, in the City of Rellrvue, Sarpy county
Netira tka territory, sell the above described
land, at public auction fo- cash, to the big! est
bidder to satisfy said note, interest and costs
of said sale.
FRANCIS A. WHITE, Trustee.
Bellevue May 24cii, 138. 2t
IS hereby given to E. O. Jameson, and a1!
others whom it may concern, that I will
appear at the Land Office, in Omaha, on Fri
day, 25th day of June, A. D. 18.,8 j at 10
o'clock A.M. and there prove my right to pre
empt the North East quarter, of section 32, in
Township 14, N. of Range 12, East of the Uth
principal meridian in Nebraska Territory.
W JACOB J.KAMM.
rilHE partnership heretofore existii g under
X the name of WM. C. AVERILL Jt CO.
is this day dissolved by mutual consent, and
the business will be conducted hereafter by
Wm. C. Averill, who is authorized to settle all
accounts of the late firm.
WM. C. AVF.RIIL.
W. H. LONGSDOKF.
Bellevue, May 11, 1858. 25
T. T. 22. JIl SJL
TTOUSE, Sign and Ornamental Paln'er,
14- Urainer ana faper Hanger, will execute
all orders in his line of business, neat, cheap
J 1 . 1 r 1 1
mi iiiiipv, hotk warraniea.
Reference! Cook and Davenport,
SHOP a few doors north of ths Bellevue
QORN MEAL at
17 ANCY S. F. S. Ide Flour at
' CLARKE &. BRO'S.
By the Presid: nt of tho
TN pursuance of law, I, J A MI'S Rl'CHAN
I. AN, President or the I'nitcd States of
America, do hereby declare and make known
that public sales will be held at the under
mentioned land "dices in the Territory of
Nobr.lflkt. at the periods hereinafter desig
nated, to wit !
At the land office nt BROWNSVILLE,
commencing on Monday, (lie Sixth day of
September next, for the disposal of the
pulilie lands within the following-named
townships, viz :
.VoWA of Hit base line and east of Hie
sixth principal titer i I iu it,
That part of township ono outside of tho
Sac and Fox, and Half Breed, Nemaha reser
vation, of range 17.
The parts of townships 1,2, 3, snd 4 out
side or the Sac and Fox, and Half Hreed, Ne
maha reservation, and fractional townships
5 and 0, of range Hi.
That part of township ono outside of the
Sac aiul Fox reservation; township 2, the
par's of townships 3, 4, and ft, outside of the
Half Hreed, Nemaha reservation j and frac
tional township l, of range la.
Th.'t pait of township otlO outside of the
Sac and Fox reservation ; townships 2, 3, and
4 ; that part of township 5 outside of the
Half Hreed, Nemaha reservati u ; and town
ship (I, of range 1 1.
Towi'.a'iips 1, 2, 3, I. .", and ft, of range 13.
Townships 1, 2, 3, I, 5, ami ft, of range 12.
Townships 1, 2. 3, 4, ., and , of range 11.
Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, ft. and ti, of range 10.
Townships 1, 2, 3, I, ft, and 0, of range tl.
At the land office at NEBRASKA
CITY, commencing on Monday, the sixth
day of September next, for the dispos
al of the public lauds within the following
named townships, viz:
Xorth of in, base line and caul of Hie
sixth principal met idian.
Fractimal townships 7 and 8, of range 13.
Township 7, and fractional townships 8, tl,
10, 11, and 12 of range 14.
Townships 7, 8. 0, 10, 11, and 12. and frac
tional township 13, of range 13.
Townships 7, S.'.i.lt), nnd II, and fractional
townships 12 and 13, of range 12.
Townships 7, 8, I), 10, and 11, and fraction
al township 12, of range It.
Townships 7, 8,9, 10, and 11. and fractional
townships 12, 13, and 11, of range 10.
Townships 7, 8, and 13, and fractional
townships It, 1", and I', of range 9.
At the land office nt OMAHA. CITY
commnci'ig on Monday, the sixth d y of
September next, for the disposal of the
p:il!ic lands wilhin the following-named town
ships, vi. :
orA of Hit base lint and east of Hie
sixth principal meridian.
Fractional townships 13, 1 1, 13, and 10, of
range 1 1.
Fractional townshis 13, It, 5, lrt, end 17,
of range 13.
Fractional townships 12 and 13, townships
11,15, nnd in. and frac.ional townships 17,
18, ID, and 20, or range 12.
Fractional township 12, townships 13, 14,
15, M, 17, and 18, and fractional townships
19 and 20, of range 11.
Fractional townships 12, 13. and 11, and
townships 15, 10, 17, H, 19, and 20, of range
Fractional townships 1 1, 15, and in, and
townships 17, 18, 19, and 20, of range 9.
Lands appropriated by law for the nse of
schools, military, and other purposes, will be
exclued from the sales.
TUe offering of tho above lands will be com
menced on the days appointed, and will pro
ceed in the order in which they are advertised,
until the whole shall have been offered, and
the sales th.is closed; but no sale shall be
keiit open longer than two weeks, and no
private entry of any of the lands will be ad
milled until after the expiration of the two
Given under my hand, at the pity of Wash
ington, this thirtieth day of Much, anno
Domini one thousand eight hundred and fifty
eight. JAMES BUCHANAN.
By the President t
Tiios. A. Hkncmcks,
Commissioner of the General Land Office.
NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIM
ANTS. Every person entitled to the right of pre
emption to any of the lands within the town
ships and parts of townships above enumer
ated is required to establish the same to the
satisfaction of the register and recierer of the
proper land office, and make payment
therefor ns soon as practicable after
seeing this notioo, and beto the day
appointed for the commencement of the public
sale of the lands embracing the tract claimed,
otherwise such cla'.ti will be forfeited.
THOS. A. HEDRICKS,
Commissioner of iht General Land Office
RANGER JONES' FERRIES.
JON ES' new and well arranged Ferry, is now
in operation onth Klkhorn River, near its
mouth, situated cn Section 23, Township 11,
Range 10, East, between the Steam Saw
Mills of Root k, Dimocic, and J. C. and J.
I also have a good new Flat, large and con
venient on the same Section and Kar.ge of tho
Horn rerry, wnere 1 will cross travelers over
the Platte River, on Fridays and Saturdays,
when the weather and circumstances will ad
mit ; or on other days if necessary.
The above Ferries are on a direct route
west of Bellevue to Fremont, 011 the Platte,
on the north, and Chester Sait Sprints. Salt
Creek, Pawnee Village on the south side, and
Fort Kearny. Fort Laramie. Salt Lake City,
ke. 23 RANGER JONES
WM. RAWITZER'S Cheao Cash
Store, No. fl, Jefferson Street,
If yon wish to purchase any of the above,
cheap fur rash, call at my store and examine
22tf WM. RAWITZER,
CASH will be pal I by Clarke k. Bro, for
any quantity of dry and green hides.
For Ront or Sale,
THE Fine Stone Building known as the
Bellevue K'ore, situated on the corner of
Jefferson and 27th streets, Bellevue, N, T.
will be sold, or rented, at a bargain.
For terms, enquire of T. B. LEMQN. at
the Fontenelle Bank.
2 m 2
A N I)
L B. KINNEY & CO.
II IE undersigned are now opening the
largest and best selected, assortment of
Spiing and Summer goods, ever before ottered
in market; for the truth of this, we livlte
the Luetics and Gentlemen to call snd see
that this is no News Paper puff, no fiction, no
Put truth In reality,
Even in Nebraska
Therefor come one, come all, snn David will
be on hand In his usual good humor to wait
on all, Lfdlea In particular.
Every thing may be found In ths shape of
choice dress goods f.r Spring and Summer at
10 KINNEY &CO
"1 ROCERIE3 of evry description, cheap at
VJT KINNEY t CO S.
JOOTS and shoes,
good and warranted at
K INNER A. CO'S.
and Slippers of every
KINNEY & CO'S.
"Vf AILS, Glass and Queensware, cheap at
IN KINNEY & CO' S.
I II AVE been very Indulgent with my custom
ers about paying up, iometiir.es this prin
cipel ceases to be a virtue. I will now notify
all to come up to the rack and settle old scores
immediately, and vou will very much oblige
Your obedient servant.
10(f L. 0. KINNEY.
I" ETTERS of Administration on the estate
J of John Ray late of Sarpy county, de
ceased ; having been granted to the sMbscriber
residing in licllcvue, lie hereby gives notice to
all persons indebted to saitl estate to call and
settle, the name, and those having claims
against the estate are requested to present
them properly antli vit iealed for settlement.
13 WILLIAM H. WRIGHT. Ad'in'r
COUSTY SUnVEYOK OF KILLS CO.
OFFICE GLEN WOOD, IOW
ORDERS left at the office of Shakspeare
Jioyes, St. Mary, will receive prompt at
tention. G. SEEGER, Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
would respectfully inform the citizens of Mills
and adjoining counties, that he Is prepared to
execute all work of the following character)
Laying off town sites, leveling of streams for
water power, drawing of maps plain and
colored, drawing designs for buildings of all
styles, with estimates of cost.
Correct plats of the townships of Mills
County, showing the true positions of ths tim
ber, water courses and bluffs, kept constantly
on nana. Having Dad experience both in this
country and in Europe, he feels assured of
giving satisfaction to all who may favor him
with their patronage.
Gold Medal awarded at the late St. Louis
fair to (!. Seeger & S. Schimonsky for the
best topographical map.
Office Glenwood, Mills co., Iowa. 1 1
SPECIAL NOTICE !
rrWE undersigned Informs the public, that
L attertnis date, tney nave adopted tlie
Cash system, and reduced their profit column
te the lowest figures.
All persons indebted to us, are requested to
call and settle before the first of May, A. C.
April 8, 1858. J. P. HORN, k Co.
I HEREBY give notice, that on and after
ths 15th day of April next, I will proceed
to give deeds, to those entitled to lots and
land, in that nortlrnof ths City of Belleyi.e, en
tered by the Mayor: "an town site," at the
ollice of Bowen ft Mtrlclcland.
LEAV1TT L. BOWEN. Mayor.
TETTERS Testamentary on the estate of
J Alexander Davis, Into of Sarpy county,
deceased, having been granted to the undesign
ed, residing in said county, she hereby notifies
all persons knowing themselves to he indebted
to said estate, to make immediate payment,
i and those bavin claims, tn rre.ei.t
! nronerlv authenticated, for se'tlem
roner V autneiiticated. for settlement no or
I I- .--
bcfori the first day of Mav nex.
IRENE DAVIS, AinV.
Bellevue, March 1st, HM. 3ml5
WHEREAS Robert S. McEwendid by his
certain deed of Trust, dated the Twen
ty Sixth day of October, 1857, and recorded in
the office of Regieter of Deeds, in Sarpy
County, Nebraska Ternary, in Book B, Pa$e
237, convey to Warren Green, the following
described land, viz: the undivided half of the
S 1-8 of S V, PI E of S W,nd N W of S E
quarter of Sec. 18. in Township 14, north,
Range 11, East of the 6th principal meridian.
Nebraska Territory. Also his interest In the
S E of N E quarter of Section IS, in Town
ship 1 1, north, Range 14, east, in the County
of Sarpy, Territory of Nebraska 1 which said
conveyance to the said Warren Green, waa in
trust to secure the payment of said Robert S.
McEwen's note, therein particular described ;
aid note dated October 2r, 1S57, pay
able ninety days sfter date, for t e sura of
Fve Hundred and Nine Dollars. (S.VW) unon
which there is now dae, and unpaid, at this
date, Five Hundred and Twenty-Three Dol
lars and Thirteen Cents. Now, at the request
of the holder of said note, and in pursuance of
the terms snd provisions of said deed of trust,
by which the undersigned is duly appointed
ami constituted trustee and attorney for the
said Robert S. McEwss, and in his name with
full power to aell and convey the above de.
scribed land, Publie notice Is hereby given,
that the undersigned trustee will, on Monday,
the 7th day of June, 1158, between the hours
of 10, A. M, and 4 o'clock, P. M. of that day,
at the Bellevue House, tn the city of Belle
vue, Sarpy County, '(Nebraska Territory, aell
the above described Land at Public Anclion,
for rash, to the highest bidder, to satisfy said
nuir, iiiicrrsi ana cosis or said sale,
FRANCIS A. WHITE, Trustee.
BeUevue, May 5, &x 4-St
THE undersigned have opened, a largi
d commodious new store, on the corner of
Main ami SMh Streets, in Hellevue, where a
vnried assortment of Ooods may b found
Among thru) are
GRIND-STONES, CHAINS, kc,
I'ogether with a quantity of .
Segars, Rakes, Ropes, Horse-collars, Carpet
sacks, Window Sash, Doors,
TEA8 AND SUGARS,
Tobocco, Qneenswsre, Glassware, Flour,
Crackers and a great many mors articles.
They keep constantly on hand, a larg as
sortment of good
ITInrs and Liquors,
Warranted the beat quality ; cheep for rash.
HORN Sl CO.
"ESSRS. OLIVER & STONE, have
rnnscu or Ji.
Cook Griffith, his entire
Interest in the butchering business, and will
hereafter bo found at his old stand, on Miss'on
Avenue, east of Main 8treet. under 8. M.
Pike's Grocery and Provision Store, where
they will bo hnppy to wait upon his old cus
tomers, and all others who may choose to
favor them with their patronage.
UMIBUK A. OI.IYl.ll,
Oct. 20. 6m51 CHARLES STONE.
W. II. Longadorf,
GRADUATE of Penn. College of Dental
Surgery, respectfully announce to the cit
izens of Bellevue, and vicinity, that he Is now
prepared to practice Dentistry, In all Its va
Office hours from 2 till 5, P. M. 43
37o tno 3PULTd11o.
f I1HE undersigned having purchased the en-J-
tire stock of Jewelry, formerly owned by
Alex. Kemi), is prepared to sell the same at
25 per cent less than was ever offered in this
eity before, as room must be made for a large
spring assortment. The stock consists of
GOLD AN I) SILVER WATCHES, Clocks,
Setts of Cameo, Coral. Euninel, Painted,
(iold S'ono, Masonic, ami Mourning Jewelry,
iiroacnes, l.ar urops, l ull rins, bhlrt Html,
I.orkets, Bracelets, Rings, Gold, Silver, and
Plaited Guard, Fob and Vest Chains, Gold
and Silver Spectacles. Also a splendid as
sortment of MORTON'S CELEBRATED
GOLD PENS. Also Musical Instruments.
Cutlery, Port Monies, Pouches, Card Cases,
A fine stock of Rifles, Shot Guns, Revolv
ers, which will be sold at a small ad
vance above cost, as the subscriber wishes to
go out or the gun business.
All kinds of repairing done with neatness
and dispatch by competent workmen.
I still continue to take Omaha Scrip, Wes
tern exchange, ISemaha Valley, eastern mon
ey, or gold and silver, in exchange for goods.
"Store on 12th Street, one door from
Farnham, and directly opposite the Western
exchange Bank, Omaha, N. T.
Pleaso call and examine goods and prices
T. W. WOODS.
Omaha, Jan. 12th, 1853. 3m9
SEEDS FOR 1858"
TE are now prepared with a full and
Y Y and complete stock of
FIELD, GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS,
Of the new crop, to supply any demand whole
sale and 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 stale. Our stock or European seeds Is
imported directly by ourselves from the most
re'iable growers In England and France.
We feel confident no better advantages to
the public can 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, Com, Peas,
Beens, fcc, a very large variety of Garden
Seeds and a full assortment of Flower Seeds
of choice vsrietiea. Also, 150 bushels pure
Chinese Sugar Cane Seed.
Constantly on hand a large assortment of
Agricultural and Horticultural implements.
Full priced seed and implement catalogue
sent upon receipt of atamp to pay postage.
HENRY D. EMERY k. CO.,
Siaosl 1 20 1 Lake Street, Chicago.
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage by
TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA,
COUNTY OF SARPY,
Reuben Lovejoy, Mortgagee,
William R. Johnson,
Aaron O. Cox, Mortgagers.
Mortgags dated. March Uth, A.
corded in book E., Page 160.
1857, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
D. 1857, re.
Default having been made in the oavmeat
of the sum of two thousand and two hundred
dollars, ($2,200.) which is claimed to be due
at the date of this notice, and secured by a
certain Deed of Mortgare. besrins data
March 14'h, A. D. 1857. executed bv Williaas
R. Johnson, then of the State of Iowa, Alfred
Kellum, and A a run O. Cox, of Bellevue, Sar
py County, Nebraska Territory, to Reuben
Lovejoy, of Bellevue, aforessid, and Recorded
in the office of the Register of Deeds, at Oma
ha City, for Sarpy County, N. T., in Book E,
Page lttO, on the 21st of April, A. D., 1857,at
10 1-2 o'clock A. M.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that
in pursuance of a power of aale contained tn
said mortgage, and of the statute, in such
easet made and provided, the premises de
sciibed in and conveyed by said mortgage, to
wit t all that certain piece and parcel of land,
with its appnrfernances, situated and lying in
the city of Bellevue, in said county of Sarpy,
and Territory of Nebraska, and described as
Block one hundred and thirteen, (113) in said
city of Bellevue, according to the survey there
of, made by Mr. Schimonsky, in the year 185A,
will be aold at publie auction on the 18th day
of June, A. D. 1858, between the hours el 9
o'clock, in the forenoon, end the setting of the
sun en that day, to the highest bidder t the
ealetobein front of the Bellevue House, in
the city of Bellevue, Sarpy County, Nebraska
Territory. REUBEN LOVEJOY,
T. B. Lemo. Att'y.
March 21h,lV8. fc:tt2
Notice of the Foreclosure of Xortgtg
TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA,
COUNTY OF SARPY.
Reuben Lovejoy, Mortgagee, )
Alfrel Kellum, i
V. A, Gwyer, Morlgsgort.
Deed of Mortgace dated December 18th. A.
D. 1"7, and recorded In Book B., Pages
SOU, 270 and 271, Dsce.nber 21st, 1857 at 10
o'clock, A. M.
Default havlnu been made In navmentof the
sum of two thousand two hundred dollars.
$2,200,) which Is claimed to bs due at the
ate of this notice, snd secured bv a deed of
Mortgage bearing date. December 18th. 1857.
executed by Alfred Kellum and V. A. Gwyer,
of Sarpy County, Nebraska Territory, to Rsu-
nen i-ovcioy, or. me ruy or Dellevue, Sarpr
County, Nebraska Territory, and recorded in
the office of the Heglster of Deeds for Sarpr
County. N. T., in book It., pagea 2(19,270 and
271. on the 21st day of December, A. D. 1857,
at 10 o'clock, A. M. Now, therefore, nstlae
Is hereby given that In pursuance of a power
of sale contained In said mortgage, and of the
oiaiuie in sum cases made ami provided, the
premises described In and conveyed by said
mortgage, to wltt All that certain piece or
parcel of land, lying and being situate la the
County of Sarpy, and Territory of Ntbrsika,
and described as follows, to wit 1 Coaamsnc
ir.g ror tne same at a post 84. 0 rods, North
81 1 degrees, East of ths 8. W. corner of etc
tion thirteen, (13) Township thirteen, (13)'
Range thirteen, (13), esst of ths 0th Princi
pal Meridian thence north 47) degrees, west
23.5 rods to a cottonwood stump, thence north
31 degrees, east D.5 rods to a noat. thence
South 47 1-2 degrees east. 23.5 roda
to a post, thence south 30 degrees west 9.9
rods to the place of beginning, containing one
aero and fifty-seven perch, together with all
aim singular tne tenement and Hereditaments
and appurtenances thereunto belonging, or in
any wis appertaining, consisting in part of
one engine, boiler and all the machinery and
fixtures for a perfect steam ssw-mill, manufac
tured by Cooper and CI irk, Mt. Vernon, Ohio,
and said to be of thirty horse power, will be
sold at public auction on the 20th day of June.
A. D. 1858, between the hours of 9 o'clocE A.
M., and the setting of the sun on the asms
day, to the highest bidder. The sals to be ia
front of the Bellsvus House In the City of
Bellevue, 8arpy County, Nebraska Territory,
T. B. Lemo. Att'y.
Aprll 1st, 1858. nlPiH
IJY virtueofan execution, to me directed,
by the Clerk of the District Court of
Sarpy county, N. T., in favor of Cyrue K.
Mark, ami against the property of George
Jennincs, to sstlsfy a Judgment against the
said Jennings for ths sum of five hundred
nnd ninety. six dollars, and seventy-six cents
($5lM,7o). Now, therefore, I will offer at
public auction, in front of the Bellevue House
on the 21th day of April, A. D. 1858, between
the hours of nine o'clock A. M., and four
o'clock P. M., of said day, to ths highest bid
der, for ra:ih, the following described proper
ty, to wit j being the N. W. of N. EL, Sl of
N. E., 8. E. of N. W. of section 24, township
13, range 13, E. of the Olli principal meridian,
Dated March 23rd. 1858.
JOHN M. ENOCH, Sheriff. 1
2118 By 8. H. WATTLES, Dep. Sheriff.
57 The above tale waa postponed te Sat
urday, May 22.
8. H. WATTLES, Dpt. Sheriff".
Bellevue, April 29. 4t23 '
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Edmnnd Canfleld, Prea., Wm. S. Satee,
Secy, Henry Chapman, Treat.
THIS Compnny wss organized on the t7th
day of March, A. D. 1855, under a spec
ial charter from the Legislature nt Iltlnnl.
and business commenced under the most fa
vorable auspices. Its establishment has beta
upon a firm and reliable basis, and In view of
ii sia Dimy, soununess.a nd permanency, ranks
as one of the first Insurance Companies in the
counjry. To those desirous of
themselves against loss or damage by Fire, or
nerila of the See, they beg leave to offer the
Messrs. Stone k. Witt, Cleveland, Ohio.
Williams Avery, Chicago. 111.
Norton . Brother, "
8tone k Boomer,
Durand, Pres. Racine at Miss It. K.
C. Northrup, Cash. Racine Co. Bank.
P. Lind, Esq., Milwaukee.
Conroe. tea. Racine.
Ashley Ollbert, Caah. Coral Bk, Chicago
Henry Farnham, President Chicago k. RocH
Island Rail Road.
Daniel P. Rhodes, Eaq., Cleveland, Ohio.
Thomas Campbell, Esq., Springfield, 1U.
Hon R. Chamberlin, St. Louis, Mo.
Messrs. Wadsworth, Wells k, Seymour,
Chicago. I!!. ' '
Messrs. I. H. Bnrch k Co., Chicago Bank.
Messrs. O. W. Sizer k Co. Chicago, I1L
Wm. Blanchard, Esq., Morris, III.
Messrs. II. C. k O. G. Cook k Co., Reck
Messs. H. Wheeler A. Son, Aurora. III.
Messrs. Judd, Smith fc Pratt, Dixon, III
Nehamiah Case, Esq., Buffalo, N. Y.
Wm. B. Fundy, Esq., Springfield, III.
Gen. I. Cum, Springfield, III.
Richard Ivers, Esq., St. Louis, Md.
T. B. LEMON, Agent, BethrssM.
Establishment in Omaha
WM. FRODSH AM, having retired froas
the late firm of Kemp it Frodsham,
umm openeu a new si ore at ISO 4, Cant, UOwn'S
building, between the Methodst Church and
the Post Office, where he invitee bit old pat-
. 1 V. : . ti "
iv una cll.
Time pieces and Jewelry, of every deaerin.
tion, neatly and expeditiously repaired. 6ml
FOTICE le hereby glvea t George V.
ll Lewie, John Cleavelaml, and all others .
concerned, to appear before the Register and.
Receiver of the Land Office at Omaha, o
Wednesday the tnd day of June. 1858, at 10 -o'clock
A. M., and offer such evidence aa yoq
saay have in support or adverse to? tho pre
emption of John Cleaveland, to lota 1, t, and
3, Section 27, Tp 13. Range It nut, as per
instructions of the Coawnisslojter of the Land
Office to re-inveetigato aald pre-emption.
JOHN A. PARKER Jr., Register.
A. R. C.ILI.MORE. Receiver.
Msreh h, 18M. f2A
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