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A The regular meetings of Nebraska X 5f Lodge. No. 11. of Free and Accepted r Meson, will be held at Masonic Hall, on the second and fourth Tuesday evenings of ach mouth, at 6 1-2 o'clock. L. B. KINNEY, .M. i. o. o. r. Tht regular meetings of Bellevu Lodge, No 4, will be hold on Saturday evening of ac'h week, at 7 o'clock, P. M. Brother of the order who may be in our city on that evening, are respectfully invited to attend. 8 S. A. STRICKLAND, N. O. F. M. DAVENTOUT, Sec'y. Mail Arrangements. EASTERN MAIL. ARKtVEl Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 0 o'clock, P. M. CLOSES Snndavs, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, at 9 o'clock, ?. M. WESTERN MML ARRIVES Tuesdays. Thursdays, anJ Saturdays, at 0 o'clock, P. M. CLOSES Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays, at 9 o'clock, P. M. SOUTHERN MAIL. ' ARRIVES Tuesdays, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock, A. M. CLOSES Mondays, and Fridays, at 3 o'clock, P. M. NORTHERN MAIL. ARRIVES Mondays, and Fridays, at 3 o'clock, P. M. CLOSES Tuesdays, and Fridays, at 10 o'clock, A. M. Office open on Sundays, only from 6 o'clock P. M. to 8o,clock P. M. This rule will be strictly adhered to. L. 15. KINNEY, P. M. BELLEVUE MARKET. Corrected weekly by Clarke & Brother, Forwarding and Cora. Merchants. Flour St. Louis Super. $3,25 per 98 lbs. " Iowa, $3.00. " Fine, $2,r0. Meal $2 per ton lbs. ' Apples Dried, $2.50 per bushel. Peaches " 4 0(. Butter New 10c V 20 ft Muscovodo Sugar, 10 cents per lb. Belcncr's Syrup, 70 cents per gallon. Coffee, 15 cents r erlb. Beans $2 25 f bus. , Corn 50 "0 bush. Oats 50c Beef 6 to 7c. Dried Beef 15c per lb. fait U. A., per sack, $3. Eggs 15c iloz Hides Dry, 8c do Green, 3 Hay $1 00 (& $i 0(K(9 tun Bran. 30 cents per bush. , Hams 11c. ' Sides Clear, 14 l-2c. Shoulders !c. Lard 15 c 'fl Onions $2 5fr bus. Potatoes 25 to 40. Pelts Sheep fiOc do Coon 25c Wood Cotton, 2,50, Hard. 3.r.n. Lumber Cottonwood shcat'g20 m " do sq. edged $25 00 " 1o Oak, Walnut, Basswood $35 00 io Pine siding, clear $45 to $50 rn. do Flooring 2d $0 00 1st $70 00 Boards, $50 f3) $70 Oo Shingles Pine $7,50 t in. " Cottonwood $3 50 Lath Pine $S 00 per in. Doors " $3 50 $4 75 each, bash $1 00 & $ 2 1-4 per casement. . NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, PROCLAMATION. I Charles T. Holloway, Mayor of the City of Bellevue; (by Authority of the follow ing Resolution,) to wit ; Resolved, by the counil, that the Mayor of the City of Bellevue,be and is hereby instruct ed to call, by Proclamation, a meeting of the qualified voters of the City of Bellevue, at the usual place of holding Elections, to determine by vote, whether the City Council, shall be authorized, to borrow Five Thousand Dollars, for the purpose of coinplcteing the Court House, in Sarpy County; said meeting to be held on the seventh day of July, A. D. 1858. Therefore I do order, and direct, that an election, be held at the Bellevue House, in the City pf Bellevue, Sarpy eoun'y, N. T. on the seventh day of July, A. D. 1S5S the voting phall be done by ballot, those voting for the Loan, shall have written, or printed, upon their ballots, the words "For the Loan"; those voting, against the Loan, shall have written, or printed, on their ballots, Against the .Loan." The polls shall be opened, be tween the hours of eight, and ten, o'clock, in tht forenoon, and shall continue open, until four o'clock in th? afternoon. Given nnder my hand, at Bellevue this 24th day of June A. D. 1858. CHARLES T. HOLLOWAY, Mavor of the City of Bellevue. Attest, Henry M. Burt, Recorder. PROCLAMATION. TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA, ) COUNTY OF SARPY. NOTICE is hereby given, that an Election , will be held in 'said co'inty, on Monday, August 2d, 1858, for the purpose of electing the, following Territorial and County Officers, to wit) One Territorial Auditor. One joint Couneiliuen, for the counties of fiarpy, Washington and Burt. One Councilman for 'he county of Sarpy. .. Four Representatives " " OneConntv fVimmi.ainn.r One justice of th Peace for the Bellevue precinct: Two Constables for th rtoll.vn. nr.ii.t One Justce of tue Peace for the Plattfo'rd jrecir.ct. Two Constables for the Piatt Two Justices of the Peace for the Forest city precinct. One Constables for the Forest City pre Clnet. ' r Thll ri..tA 9 t V, . Tl . 11 ..... . :ti be held at the Bellevue House in the City if ucucrue. i n, piattfonl precinct at the stone house belonging to Piper t EtlrTey, in Piatt ... . Jh Forst City precinct at the house f Mathew Shields tn Forest City. Th polls will be opened at 9 o'clock A. M. and continue open, until 6 o'clock P. M. By Ooderofthe County Commissioners . STEPHEN' D. BANGS, Belieyue, June 16 3.) County Clerk. F. M. DAYEiNPORT, MERCHANT TAILOR, 0m MAI NTltT.KT, 31 BELLEVUE, NEBRASKA. SAM'L PEAKS. R. A. HOWARD. reaso & Howard, ATTORNEYS Rt Law mid Solicitors in chancery. Office in Thayer's building, on Famliam Street, opposite the Western Ex change Bank. Real Estate bought and sold on commission. Omaha, June, ISOS. 30 IS hereby given to C. Morkenhaupt, mid all others whom it may concern, that I will appear at the Land Office in Omaha City, on Saturday July 10th, at 10 o'clock A. M. and there prote my ri;lit to pre-empt Lot 1, in Section 31, Township 13, Range II, cant of the 0th Principal Meridian, in Nebraska Ter ritory. 31-3t JOHN L. BILLING TON lXTRA Family Flour nt lli 2tn27 CLARK &. BRO'S. TENCINO Nails at I1 Ii27t2 CLARK k BRO.'S. T T AMS, Sides and Shoulders at. ulders at. CLARK & BRO'S. 11 n27l2 SKY LIGHT Daguerrean Gallery Over A. II. Orchard's More, Famliam Street, Omaha City, N. T, 'TlHE Public are respectfully invited to call J. and examine our pictures. AMBROTYPES, MEI.AINOTYPES. and Pictures transfcred to Leather, taken at reasonable prices. Pjf Pictures taken in from 3 to 5 seconds. .1. P TOP I), 7tf J. A. TODD. NEW ARRANGEMENTS. Ready Pay. HAVING made a change in our business, we would give notice to our customers, that all demands due the firm of T. k J. A. Nye, must be nettled, and 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 thine else in their line, will be supplied, as cheap as elcsewhere. T.&.J. A. NYE. Bellevue, Juno 1st, 1858. 27 Notice. IS hereby given, to Mary .T. Kiikpatrick, E. C. Pusey, and all whom it may concern, that I will appear at the Land Office in Oma In, on Friday the twenty-fifth day of June 1858, and thre prove mv right to pre-empt, the S. W. of the S. E. quarter of section 24, and the W. 1-2 of the N. E. quarter, and Lot no. 2, In seel ion no. 25, in Township no. 13, north. Range no. 12, East of the 0th principal li.eridian, in Nebraska Territory. May 28th 1858.-3t GEORGE ZWIEBEL. 50 Bushels Hungarian Grass Seed, at 25 CLARKE i. BRO'S. GROCERIES at T 25 CLARKE k BRO'S. Trustee's Sale. WHEREAS, Edward Larue, did by his certain deed of trust, dated the Twentv first day of September, lXaT, and recorded in the Office of Rogisterof deds, in Sarpy Coun ty, Nebraska Territory, in Book A, Page 414, convey to Warren Green, the following de scribed Land, viz., N. W. quarter of Section No (35) Thirty-five in Township No (14) four teen, north of Range No (13) thirteen East of the 0th principal meridian, Nebraska Territo ry, containing 100 acres, which said 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 Septetnbcr2Ist, 1857. for value received, payable sixty days after date, for the sum of three hundred and thirty four dollars ($334.) will) interest, upon which there is now due and unpaid at this date, the sum of three hun dred and fifty dollars and eighty cenls($350, 80 ;) now at the request of the holder of said note and in pursuance or the terms anu 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, ana in his name with full power to sell and convey the above described land. Public notice is hereby civen that the undersigned trustee, will on Monday, the 7th day of June, 1858. between the hours of 10, A. M. and 4 o'clock, r. M. of i'u,at dav, at the Belle. -ie Mouse, in rim i.uy or tieiievue, oarpv county Nebra ska Territory, sell the above Jescribed land, at public auction fo- cash, to the hig'est bidder to satisfy said note, interest and costs of jaid sale. FRANCIS A. WHITE, Trustee. Bellevue May 21th, 1858. 2t . mm? 7. J". JESL jyjL JSSE, HOUSE, Sign and Ornamental Painter, Grainer and Paper Hanger, will execute all orders in his line of business, neat, cheap and quick. Work warranted. Reference: Cook and Davenport. SHOP a few doors north of the Bellevue House. 2Hf QORN MEAL at CLARKE. BRO'S. F ANCY S. F. St. Louis Flour st CLARKE &. BRO'S. City Ordinance. Be it Ordained by the City Council of a. r;i,i r.4 r nil Tk. t 11..11. I'lc viiy vj Hutiic, 4 illll , J full. ! way, Mayor of said City, he and is here by instructed to execute Deeds to Lots included within the entry of the City Council, of the City of Bellevue, in ac cordance with the act of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory, entitled "An Act regulating the di.-posal of lands pur chased in trust for town sites," passed and approved Feb. 10, 1S-57, to all per sous who may desire the tame, and who may be legally entitled thereto. Lots conveyed, however, shall be charged with their dut proportion of the costs and charges, of the entering of the City, and such other expenses as may have ueces sarily accrued. C. T. HOLLOWAY, Mayor. Attest, Iltwar M. Ben, R'rorier. o. (SO. - By tho President of tho United States. I N pursuance of law, 1. JAMES BUCHAN AN, President of the United States of America, do hereby declare and make knowi that public sales will be held at the under mentioned land "ffices In the Territory of Nebraska, at the periods hereinafter desig nated, to wit : At the land office at BROWNSVILLE, commencing on Monday, tho Sixth day of September next, for the disposal of the public lands within the following-named townships, viz : North vf Hit base line ami east of the sixtijiriiuijjal vieriiian. That part of township one outside of the Sac and Fox, and Halt' Breed, Nemaha reser vation, of range 17. The parts of townships 1,2,3, and 4 out side of the Sac and Fox, and Half Breed, Ne maha reservation, and fractional townships 5 and (i, of range 10. That part of township one. outside of the Sac and Fox reservation) townsbin 2, the farts of townships 3, 4, and 5, outside of the lalf Breed, Nemaha reservation j and frac tional township 0, of range 15. That part of township one outside of the Sac and Fox reservation t townships 2, 3, and 4 ; that part of township ft outside of the Half Breed, Nemaha reservati. n and town ship 0, of range 14. Townships 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, and 0, of range 13. Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, ft, and 0, ot range 12. Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, ft, and 0, of range 11, Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, ft, and 6, of range lit. Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, ft, ami 0, of range 9. At the land office at NEBRASKA CITY, commencing on Monday, the sixth day of September next, for the dispos al of the public lands within the following named townships, viz : North of the base line and east of the sixth principal meridian. Fractional townships 7 and 8, of range 15. Township 7, and fractional townships 8, 9, 10. 11, and 12. of range 14. Townships 7, 8, U, 10, 11, and 12. and frac tional township 13. of range 13. Townships 7, 8,9, 10, and 11, and fractional townships 12 and 13, of range 12. Townships 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11, and fraction al township 12, of range 11. Townships 7, 8,9,10, and 11, and fractional townships 12, 13, and 14, of range 10. townships 7, n, and 1.1, and fractional townships 14, 15, and 10, of range 9. At the land office at OMAHA CITY commencing on Monday, the sixth day of September next, for the disposal of the public lands within the following-named town ships, viz ; North of the base line and east of the sUlh principal meridian. Fractional townships 13, 14, 15, and 16, of range 11. Fractional townshis 13, 14, 15, 10, end 17, of rauge 13. Fractional townships 12 and 13, townships 14,15, and 10, and frac.ioual townships 17, 18, 19, and 20, of range 12. Fractional township 12, townships 13, 14, 15,10,17, and 18, and fractional townships 19 and 2(1, of range 1 1. Fractional townships 12, 13, and 14, and townships 15, 10, 17, 18, 19, and 20, of range 10. Fractional townships II,. 15, and 16, and townships 17, 18, 19, and 20, of range 9. Lands appropriated by law for the use of schools, military, and other purposes, will be exclued from the sales. The offering of the above lands will be com menced on the days appointed, and will pro- : .. . k - i .. ...k . K . ..... ...... A 1 : 1 tern ill mcuiuti in niiivn ,uc aii: nuiciiiacu. until the whole shall have been orl'ered, and the sales thus closed; but no sale shall be kept open longer than two weeks, and no private entry of any of the lands will be ad mined until after the expiration of the two weeks. (iiven under my hand, at the city of Wash ington, this thirtieth day of March, anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and hfty- eight. J A MLS BUCHANAN. By the President 1 Thos. A. Hendricks, Commissioner of the General LandOJp.ee. 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 recievcr of the proper land office, and make payment therefor as soon as practicable after seeing this notice, and befo e the day appointed for the commencement of the public sale of the lands embracing the tract claimed, otherwise such claim will be forfeited. THOS. A. HENDRICKS, Commissioner of the General Land Office RANGER JONES' FERRIES. TONES' new and well arranged Ferry, is now U in operation on in iMlcliorn Kiver, near its mouth, situated on Section 23, Township 14, Range 10, East, between the Steam Saw Mills of Root & Dimocic, and J. C. and J. Reeves. I also have a good new Flat, large nni con venient on the same Section and Range of the Horn Ferry, where I 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, on the Platte, on the north, and Chester Salt Springs, Salt Creek, Pawnee Village on the south side, and Fort Kearny. Fort Laramie. Salt Lake City, tc. 23 RANGER JONES For ale A T WM. RAWITZER'S Cheap Cash jt Store, No. 6, Jelfurson Street, PROVISIONS, ORAXC.ES. APPLES, CIGARS, II FANCY CANDIES. If ron wish to ourchase anv ot tha ahnv. cheap for cash, call at my stort and examine 1 ior yourselves. 22tf WM. RAWITZER. Wanted. fi ASH will bs paid by Clarke fc Bro. for v any quantity or dry and green bides. 13-St For Rent or Sale. mi IK Fin Stone Riiildinv lnn .. th. J. liellevue S ore, situated on the corner of jenerson inq zr.n streets, liellevue, N. T., will be sold, or rented, at a bargain. For terms, enquire of T. B. LEMON, at 'n. rnn'ni'f pans. NEW ARR-ANGEMEKTS ! NEW G 0 0 D S AND New Prices! Ii Y L. B, KINNEY & GO. fpilE undersigned are now opening the -L largest anil best selected, assortment of Spring and Summer goods, ever before ollered In market 1 for the truth of this, we in- lle the Ladies and Gentlemen to call and see that this is no News Paper pull, no fiction, 110 Cuss) Rut truth in realky, Even In Nebraska Therefore come one, come all, aim David will be on hand in his usual good humor to wait on nil, Ladies in particular. Every thing may be found In the shape of choice dress goods fcr Spring nivt Summer at 10 KINNEY &. CO'S. GROCERIES of evry description, cheap at KINNEY t CO'S. BOUTS and shoes, good and warranted at KINNER Sl CO'S. C-i A ITERS, Buskins, T variety at and Slippers of every KINNEY & CO'S. N AILS, Glass and Queenswnre, cheap at KINNEY &. CO'S. Notice. I II AVE been very Indulgent with my custom ers about paying up, sometltr.es this prin clnel ceases to be a virtue. I will now notify all to roirenp tothe rack and settle old scores Immediately, and vou will very much .oblige lour obedient servant lOtf L. B. KINNEY, NOTICE! IETTERS of Administration on the estate J of John Ray late of Sarpy county, de ceased having been granted tothe S"bscriber residing in llellnvue, he hereby gives notice to all persons indebted to said estate to call and settle the same, and those having claims against the estate are requested to present them properly authenticated for settlement. 13 WILLIAM 11. WRIGHT. Ad'm'r COUHTY SURVEYOR OF MILLS CO. OFFICE GLENWOOD, IOW ORDERS left st the nflice of Shakspeare Boyes, 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 the tim ber, water courses and bluffs, kept constantly on hand. Having had experience both In this country and in Europe, he feels assured of giving satisfaction to all wbo may favor him with their patronage. Gold Medal awarded at the late St. Louis fair to G. Seeger 4. S. Schimonsky for the best topographical map. Office Glenwood, Mills co., Iowa. 14 SPECIAL NOTICE ! riIHE undersigned informs the public, that L after this date, they have adopted the 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. without fail. April 8, 1838. J. P. HORN, k. Co. 5t20 Notice. I HEREBY give notice, that on and after the 15th day of April next, I will proceed to give deeds, to those entitled to .lots and land, in that porti"nof the City of Bellevue, en tered by the Mayor: " as a town site," at the office of Bowen it Wriekland. LEAVITT L. BOWEN. Mayor. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. TETTERS Testamentary on the estate of A Alexander Davis, late of Sarpy county, deceased, having been granted to the undesign ed, residing in said county, she hereby notifies all persons knowing themselves to be indebted to said estate, to make immediate payment, and tboae hftvlnr claims, to rrsnt t mmm Croperiy Euinenucaiea, ior settlement on or efors the first day of Mav next. Bellevue, March 1st, 130S. 3ml5 Trustee's Sale. WHEREAS Robert S. McEwendid by his certain deed of Trust, dated the Twen ty Sixth day of October, 1857, and recorded in the otlice or llegister of Deeds, In Sarpy County, Nebraska Territory, in Book B, Page 237, convey to Warren Green, the following described land, viz : the undivided half of the S 1-2 of S W, N E of S W, and N W of S E quarter of See. 18. in Township It, north, Range 14, lyst of the 6th principal meridian. Nebraska Territory. Also his Interest In the S C of N E quarter of Section lrt, in Town ship 11, north, Range II, east, in the County of Sarpy, Territory of Nebraska which said conveyance to the said Warren Green, was in trust to secure the payment of said Robert S. McEwen's note, therein particular described j saia note aaiea wciooer '), in37, pay able ninety days after date, for t sura of Fve Hundred and Nine Dollars, ($509) upon which there is now due, 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 and provisions of said deed of trust, by which ths undersigned is duly appointed and constituted trustee and attorney for the said Roberts. Mc Ewes, and In his name with full power to sell and convey th above de scribed land. Public notice Is hereby given, that the undersigned trustee will, on Monday, the 7th day of June. 1S58. between ths hours of 10, A. M, and 4 o'clock, P. M. of thst day, at the Bellevue House, In th eity of Belle vue, 8arpy County, JNebrask Territory, sell th above described Land at Public Auction, for cash, to the highest bidder, to satisfy said nuicj iiiuti'.i aim costs 01 seta sale. FRANCIS A. WHITE, Trustee. Belle vus, My 8, 158,. V2 VARIETY ST0UE. THE undersigned have opened, a largs and commodious new store, on the corner of Main and 2 lh Streets, in liellevue, where a varied assortment of Goods may be found Among them are DRY GOODS, Such as Brown Muslin, Calico, Sheeting, Shirting, Hosiery, kt KNIVES. FORKS SCYTHES. WOOD-SAWS, SHOVELS, HAY-FORKS, SPADF.S, TEA-KETTLES, GRIN D-8TON ES, CHAINS, Ate, Together with a quantity of 33ooto c&3 SllOOS Segnrs, Rakes, Ropes, Horse-collars, Carpet sacks, Window Sash, Doors, TEAS AND SUGARS, Tobocco, Querns ware. Glassware, Flour, Cmckers and a great many more articles. They keep constantly on hand, a large as sortment of good IV i lies 11111I Liquors, Warranted the best quality j cheap for cash. n37tf J.' P. HORN k CO. Meat Market Changed Hands. MESSRS. OLIVER & STONE, have pur chased or II. Conk Griffith, his entire interest In the butchering business, and will hereafter be found at his old stand, on Mission .Avenue, east of Main Street, under S. M. Pike's Grocery and Provision Store, where they will be happy to wait upon his old cus tomers, and all others who may chooas to favor them with their patronage. GEORGE A. OLIVER. Oct. 20. 6m51 CHARLES SlONE. 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 rious branches. Office hours from 2 till 5, P. M. 45 Notice To tlao XU-TdIIo. rpiIE undersigned having purchased the en X tire stock of Jewelry, formerly owned by Alex. Kemp, is prepared to sell the same at 25 per cent less than was ever offered in this eity before, as room must bs mads for a large spring assortment. The stock consists of GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, Clocks, Setts of Cameo, Coral. Enamel, Painted, Gold Stone, Masonic, and Mourning Jewelry, Broaches, Ear Drops, Cuff Pins, Shirt Studs. Lockets, 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, Ac. , 4c. A fine stock of Rifles, Shot Guns, Revolv ers, fee, which will be sold at a small ad vance above cost, as the subscriber wishes to go out of the gun bnsiness. All kinds of repairing done with neatness and dispatch by competent workmen. I still continue to take Omaha Scrip, Wes tern Exchange, Nemaha Valley, eastern mon ey, or gold and silver, In exchange for goods. (fiStore on 12th Street, one door from Farnham, and directly opposite the Western Exchange Bank, Omaha, N. T. Please call and examine goods and prices. T. W. WOODS. Omaha, Jan. 12th, 1858. 3m9 SEEDS FOR 1858. W E are now prepared with a full and ana complete stock or 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 state. Our stock of European seed is imported directly by ourselves from th most 'lable growers in England and France. We feel confident no better advantages to the public can be offered than w can give, and we cordially invite an examination of our stock before purchasing. Our stock consists in part or spring Wheat, Harley, Corn, Peas, Beens, tec, a very large variety of Garden Seed and a full assortment of Flower Seeds of choics varieties. Also, 150 bushels pur t1 , vomicae ougiir can Deeu. Constantly on hand a large assortment of Agricultural and Horticultural implements. Full priced seed and implement cataloru sent upon receipt of stamp to pay postage. 3nso.l t 204 Laks Street, Chicago. Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage by Advertisement. TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA, ) COUNTY OF SARPY, Reuben Lovejoy, Mortgagee, vs. William R. Johnson, Alfred Kellum, Aaron O. Cox, Mortgagers. Mortgage dated, March 14lb, A. D. 1857, re corded in book E., Pag 160, April 21st, 1857, at 10i o'clock, A. M. Default having been mad in th Dav meit of the sum of two thousand and two hundred dollars, ($2,200.) which is claimed to be due at the date of tin notice, and secured by a certain Deed of Mortgage, bearing date March 14Ui, A. D. 1857, executed by William R. Johnson, then of the Stat of Iowa, Alfred Kellum, and Aaron O. Cox, of Bellevue, Sar- n .1 C nun).. X." I. a . T :. . 1 . . .ovejoy, of Bellevue, aforesaid, and Recorded in the office of the Registerof Deeds, at Oini. ha City, for Sarpy County, N. T., in Book E, rg mo, on ins zm or April, A. U.t 1857, at 10 1-2 o'clock. A. M. Now, therefore, notic is hereby given, that in purauar.c of a power ot sal contained In aid mortgage, and of th statute, in such cases mad and provided, the premises de scribed in and conveyed by said mortgage, to wit i all that certain piece and parcel of land, with its appurtenances, situated and lying in th city of Bellevue, in said county of Sarpy, and Territory of Nebraska, and described a Block one hundred and thirteen. (113) in said city of Bellevue, according to tha survey there of, mad by Mr. Schimonsky, In th yesr 1850, will be sold at public aucMon on th 18th dav of June, A. D. 185H, between th hours ot '9 o'clock, in th forenoon, andtb setting ot th sun en thst day, to th highest bidder; th al to be in front of th Bellevue House, la th eity of Bellevue, Rarpy County, Nebraska Territory, BEUBEN LOVEJOY, Mortgagee. T. B IfM, A. Marra 21 1858. Notice of the Foreclosure of Mortgtfe v .j .. 07 Aaverugemeni TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA, i tuunn ur b a u r i , Reuben Lovejoy, Mortgagee, i vs. Alfrel Kellum, 1 v. A. Uwycr, Mortgagors. Deed of Mortgage dated December 18th, A. D. 1W, and recorded In Book M., Pages 200, 27(1 and 271 December 21st, 1857 at 19 o'clock, A. M. Default having been made In payment of th sum of two thousand two hundred dollars. ($2,200.) which Is claimed to be du at the date of this notice, and secured by a deed f Mortgage bearing dale, December 18th, 1857. executed by Alfred Kellum and V. A. Uwyer of Sarpy County, Nebraska Territory, to Reu ben Loveioy, of the city of Bellevue, Sarpy lounty, Nebraska Territory, and recorded la the office of the Register of Deeds for Rarpr County, N. T In book 11., pages 269, 270 an 271, on the 21st day of ilecember, A. D. 1857 at 10 o'clock, A. M. Now, therefore, nolle Is hereby given that In pursuance of a power of sale contained in said mortgage, and of th Statute In such cases mad and provided, th premises described In and conveyed by said mortgage, to witt All that certain plec r parcel of land, lying and bring situate in th County of Sarpy, and Territory of Nebraska, and described as follows, to wit t Commene Ing for the sain at a post 84. 6 rods, North 811 degrees, East of the 8. W. corner of sec tlnn thirteen, (13) Township thirteen, (13) Range thirteen, (13), east of the 6th Princi pal Meridian thence north 47 degrees, west 23.5 rod to a cottonwood stump, thence nortk V uVJ','?' .U 5 ,oit t0 P0,ti thn South 47 1-2 degrees east, 23.5 rod to a post, thence south 36 degrees west 9.5 rods to the place ot beginning, containing on acre and fifty-seven perch, together with all and singular the tenement and hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging, or in anywis appertaining, consisting In part of on engine, boiler and all the machinery asd fixturesfor a perfect steam saw-mill, manufac tured by Cooper and CI irk, Mt. Vernon, Ohl. and aid to be of thirty horse power, will b sold at public auction on th 26th day of June, A. D. 1808, between th hours of 9 o'clock: A. M., and the setting of th sun on the asm day, to ths highest bidder. Th sals to bs In front of th Bellevue Hons in th City of Bellevue, Sarpy County, Nebraska Territory. REUBEN LOVEJOY, . Mortgage. T. B. Lino, Alt'y. April 1st, 1858. nl9tl! Notice. THE SALE of the above descrlbsd proper ty, is postponed, at ths request ofth Mortgagor, until th 10th day of July, A. D. 1808, between the hours of nine o'clock, A. M and the setting of ths sun of th sam day. at the Bellevue House. T. B. Lemon, REUBEN LOVEJOY. Attoiny. Mortgages. aim J I l OtTW- J (, THE CHICAQ0 CITT 1 INSURANCE COMPANY, OFFICE t Room No. 1 Masonic Temple, Dearbo Street, Chicago. CAPITAL,, 8150,000. DIRECTORS) EDMUND CAMritLD, ISAAC COOK, II. A. WVNCOOP. HBKBT CHArMA, ii. s. Moxaoc, OFFICERSi Edmund Canfield, Prei.,Wm. 8. Batee, Sec'y, Henry Chapman, Treai. THIS Company was organized on th t7tB) day of March, A. D. 1855, under a spec ial charter from th Legislature of Illinois, and business commenced under th most fa vorabl auspices. Its establishment has ba upon a firm and reliable basis, and in view of its stability, soundness.and permanency, ranka as on of the first Insurance Companies in th rnnmrv. T. thn.. : . . . . . j -" v..ww wiiiuui ui princeling themselves against loss or damage by Fir, or .... ... m, iucjt org leave to oner in following REFERENCES. Messrs. Stone It Witt, Cleveland, Ohi. Williams & Avery, Chicago, III. " Norton at Brother, " " Ston Jc. Boomer, H. S. Durand, Pres. Racine k. Miss. R. IL Geo. C. Northrup, Cash. Racin Ca. Bank. Wm. P. Llnd, Esq., Milwaukee. J. G. Conroe, Esq. Racine. Ashley Gilbert, Cash. Com'l B'k, Chicago Henry Farnham, President Chicago 4 Rock Island Rail Road. Daniel P. Rhodes, Esq., Cleveland, Ohio. Thomas Campbell, Esq., Springfield, HI. Hon R. Chamberlin, St. Louis, Mo. Messrs. Wadsworth, Wlls k. Seymour. Chicago, 111. 1 ' Messrs. I. II. Burch k. Co., Chicago Bask. Messrs. G. W. Siier k Co. Chicago, I1L Wm. Blanchard, Esq Morris, III. Messrs. H. C. k O. G. Cook k. Co., Rack- ford. III. Messs. H. Wheeler 4c Son, Aurora. I1L Messrs. Judd, Smith k Pratt, Dixon, 111 Nehtmlah Case, Esq., Buffalo, N. Y. Wm. B. Fundy, Esq., Springfield, Hi. Gen. I. Cum, Springfield, III. Richard Ivers, Esq., TSt. Louis, Mo. T. B. LEMON. Agent. Bellevue. 9 Ail U Jewelry Establishment in Omaha A vn WM. FRODSIIAM, having retired frost th lata firm at Vtnn A Fivul.k.n has opened a new stor at No 3, Capt. Down'a vmioioK, dci ween ui Meinoosl inurcD and the Post Office, where he Invites his old pat- iwn w fim una can. Tim pieces and Jewelry, of every deserip tion, neatly and exyedkiusly repaired. 6ml Notice. NOTICE is hereby given t George W. Lewis, John Cleaveland, and all others concerned, to appear before th Register and Receiver of th Land Offlc at Omaha, oa Wednesday tb 2nd day of June, 1858, at 1ft o'clock A. M., and offer such evidence as you may have in support or adverse to th pre emption of John Cleaveland, to lota 1, t, and 3, Section 27, Tp 13, Rang 12 cast, as per instruction of the Commissioner ot tha Land Office to re-investigat aid pre-emption. JOHN A. PARKER Jr., Register, A. R. GILLMORE, Receiver. -March 90th, 1858. t IDissolutioin THE partnership heretofore existi' g under th nam of WM. C. AVERILL It CO. i this day dissolved by mutual consent, aad th business will b conducted hereafter a Wm. C. Averill, who is authorised tosettlaall accounts of th late firm. WM. C. AVERILL. ' W. H. LONGSDORF. BPvu, Mv 11.