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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 23 July 1857

Local & Miscellaneous. NOTICE. ALL PERSONS Indebted to the "Catette" far subscription or advertisements, will pleoee make immediate payment toT. B. Lemon, the authorized agent for collectiomt and persons who bsve account against the paper, will pre sent them, with their vouchere, to the agent, for Battlement, without delay. Death of lion. Wm. I. Marcjr. The Chicago Daily Timet, of the 7th inst. says: We yesterday received the following dispatch. It relates to its own melancholy intelligence ; it tells of National calamity. The great William L. Maacr, who a few months ago re tired from the State Department with a world-wide fame, is dead ! Albany, July G. The Hon. Win. L. Marcy died at Ball ton Springs, at noon, Saturday. He complained of a slight stitch in his aide, which had troubled hitn for some time, and then walked about a u,uartar of a mile to Dr. Moore's, but not rind in? the Doctor he returned to the hotel and went to his roam, leaving an order at the office that the Djc...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 23 July 1857

MISCELLANEOUS. Lyiich Uw Ju Indiana-" Regu lators " Ta Moderator.' : Thcro is somb f xcitevnent at Wooirting Horn Indiana, in Donsr-queiico i f Uio exatn of Coons and tho two Morgans, charged with the murder of Mr liing hulk It appears lhat somo o tli self- 'ouMiinitaii . adininUlrators of lb law ."maod themelvea into a kind of Vigi- f ntCumiitoe, 10 instruct the courts in -popular sentitnfcnt, Another body armed themselves to resist the' first. ' The Indi ana DADers rive b event aa follows j "SomV tlireV hundred Regulators" and thtir tyinpathiiers have Wen in town tall the week.. A counter organization, called the." Moderators", has been formed to oppose the Regulators " numbering: some two hundred persons. They have, however, of much the lartrer portion of tho community. Boih parties are fully armid. and there is treat fear of collision Nearly all business iu . Blooinington has fioen lu.-Dunded darinsf the week. The .'KoniDliciiv of the tbree men under arrest iu the killing of Mr....

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 30 July 1857

I til A Family Nowspaper Devoted to Democracy, Literature, Agriculture Mechanics, Education, Amusomonts and Gonoral Intplligonco. VOL. 1. rUBLISIItD EVEIIY TIIORSDAY AT CELLEVIE CITY, N. T. BY S. A. STRICKLAND & CO. Terms of Subscription. Two PoiLAm per annum, if paid in advance or $2 50 if not paid within the year. TO Cf.VBS! Three copies to one address, in advance $! 00 Seven do do do 10 00 litem do do do 20 00 A rlnh of seven subsc-ibtrs, at $10, will entitle the person making it up to a copy for six months; a cluh of fif'tenti. at $20, to a copy iui uiic yivir. Yiien a cum or Subscribers has been forwarded, additions may be made iu iu. on uie same icrms . RATES OF ADVERTISING. Npiare (12 lines or less) 1st Insertion. .$1 00 I'.acli subsequent insertion 50 One square, one month 2 50 " . " three months 4 00 " " six " OO " . " one year 10 00 Ousiness cards (0 lines or less) 1 year 5 00 One column, one year fio 00 floe-half column, one year 35 00 " fourth " " " 20 00 " eighth " ...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 30 July 1857

i - . BELLE VUE GAZETTE. ',J uth unearthly groans wo never heard. There seemed to bo on opening ruaiisnr.n by 8.. A. STRICKLAND & CO., TA. 8. M'EWEN, EDITOR. DELLEVUE. N. T. THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1S..7. SQUATTERS' TICKET. For Delegate to Cong res, F. FERGUSON. Representatives, II. A. NTIIII Hl.tl. V. T. IIOI.I.OM .4V. JAMt'.N l4lSO. Judge of IVohate, r. ii. cook. Treasurer, iv. r. wu.r.i'. . Sheriff, JOII liXOtll. Reeodrer, c. i. Kr.M.r.it. County Clerk, ft. I. HI UK. Commissioners, II. J. JKXKIASO. It. llrf'.4HT. ic. i,oi:joy. in the earth, and goblins damned joined in the thorns to drown the speaker's voice. He could not he heard. Dill Brown got up on Uie box behind Scely, and told them they were a set of d d fools ; that ho was raised in Kentucky, and that lie was ashamed of their proceedings ; but they yelled the louder, and finally Soely was forced to squat, During the melee, an Irishman had mounted another box facing the building. We could not distinctly hear his name but thi...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 30 July 1857

Local & Miscellaneous. notici:. ALL PERSONS Indebted to ttic "Oarette" tar snbsrrlntlon or mlverHaemenla nluu male Immediate payment to T. I). Lemon. the puuionzru agent lor collections; and persona who hsvs accounts against the paper, will pre sent them, with their voucher, to the agent, for iettlement, without delay. Steam IVrrt Boat. This long wished for, and useful article on the Missouri river has come at last, and was put in operation on yesterday. It is one of the finest Ferry boats on the river, and will be of vast importance to Bellevue, Council Bluffs and St. Mary. We are not advised at this time, whether Bhe will have only one landing on the other hide, or run to St. Mary, the loner land ing of Council Bluffs, and Traders Toint alternately. In any event Bellevue will give to the above named points, and re receive from them a large amount of travel whirh has heretofore been compelled to seek a fording at other places. Care should be taken by the proprietors to in form ...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 30 July 1857

MISCELLANEOUS. Mfrrrerrvtiif rqiilpnteiita o fttrnntbonf Within tho lust eleven inoniln there lmve Iccn no less than four very serious stenm IkmiI disasters from conflnpration on our in land waters, via: tho Northern Indiana on Lake Etie, the Niagara ou Lako Michi gan, the Louisiana uu the Gulf of Mexico, and the Montreal on the St. Lawrence river. Tho numher of lives lost by these four disasters was not less than six or seven hundred, and in each instance, it was evi dent, tho chief cause of the loss of lift wns th want of tho necessary preptraiions to nve passengers when thus imperiled; and at the present limit the majority of the bants running on our lakes and rivers aro so in sullkientlv provided for in this respect that should a like calamity bcfnl somo of them bevond tho reach of lioro or tho rescuo of other vessels, tho elm noes for the nfn deliverence from a watery cravo of their human cargoes would bo utterly hopeless. There is a most criminal degree of reck fewness exhibit...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 6 August 1857

J J I a fi T. f 7 . . 1 . ! t K. ,y-.f; i. i y r 1 . 1 f T, NewSpapcr:77Devot6d to Democracy, Lit cmureA "VT 1 ,t.f .i . J7 " 1 .: . ' " VOL. 1. PUBLISHED EVEE Y THUftSDAY AT CELLEVIE CITY, N. X. BT s. a. syayLAfi. Terms of Subscription. CO, 'Two Dollars per annum, if paid In advance, or ou u not paw vuuin ia year. 'Thretfeoplea to on ldre, lii adTanct $5 00 Seven do do do 10 00 fifteen do do do 20 00 A club of aeven subnerlbert, at $10, will entitle the person making it up to a copy for nix months ; a club of fifteen, at $20, to a copy ior un year., . THjru a C1UD or lUDSCNbers has been forwarded, additiqni may be made to it. on the same terms KATES OF ADVERTISING. Square (12 Una or Use) 1st ioertiop. ,$1.00 Kacb; sobnequeat Inseftion (50 was square, montn ' " three months six " " one vear 2 '60 4 00 6 00 10 00 5 00 Ousiness cards (0 lines or less) 1 year wiie column, on year 60 00 35 00 20 00 10 00 35 00 20 00 10 00 8 00 20 00 13 00 10 00 6 00 '5 00 une-nair column, one year" four...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 6 August 1857

BELLEVUE GAZETTE. pgiUIHH BY A. STRICKLAND ft CO., 8. R. S. M'BWEN, EDITOR. BELLEVUE, N. T. THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 18,7. Flection of Delegate. !t is impossible to arriye l tny conclu ion who is elected delegate to Congress, Sometimes it is claimed that Chapman it elected nd then again it is Ferguson Thi (Thursday) evening, it is said there will nol be thirty votes between them and as we are loth to admit the election of Chapman, eud equally deprecate the idea wf Imiuviiig for Ferguson until we are out of the woods our readers will have to wait in glorious uncertainty until the offi cial returns are all in. Sarpy County Official. . We are indebted to the County Clerk S. D. Bangs, Esq., for the following ab tract, taken from the official returns made to him. The different county offi cer elected are marked thus, . ' DELEQ ATE TO COHOBESS. Fenner Ferguson, Bird B. Chapman, Benjamin I Rankin, John M. Thayer, TERRITORIAL AUDITOR. Samuel L. Campbell, TERRITORIAL TREASURER. A. F, Heath, Willi...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 6 August 1857

Local & Miscellaneous. NOTICE. ALL PERSONS indebted to tbe "Gatette" for subscription or advertisements, will please make lmmediaU payment toT. B. Lemon, th autborlied agnt for collections; and person who hav account! against tht paper, will pre tent them, with their voucher, to tht agent, for settlement, without delay. DiLttrot. Our city presents at the present time a lively aspect. Business is improving1 very fast, and buildings and improvements of various kinds are ad vancing rapidly. Tbe Fontenelle Bank building, now in progress of erection on Main Street, is a fine brick building, 23 by 42 feet, two stories high, with a basement of 8 feet. Mr. Bulkeley, is putting up a large frame Store adjoining the Fontenelle Bank, 22 by 0 feet. Mr. Wattles is putting up a jsrge brick Livery Stable. Mr. Johnson js building a' house 22 by 30, in the same neighborhood. S. A. Strickland is build ing a fine dwelling house, and besides these, there are now in progress of erec tion fifteen dwel...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 6 August 1857

'J MISCELLANKOUS. A Italher fTr Joke. Tho Karino Advocate tell of joke tut upon 1 deaoott in those) diggius: The 'ostmaster Mopped at hit store on Sunday rooming, end tb deacon losing the door open went in to hear the newt. A pack of rardt lay partly itrewn on the counter, and rhe deacon began to talk about the airr of wsing carda at all. At this juncture another member of the church came in (the post-Office wa in the atore) and all nt once the postmaster, placing hia finger m a couple of cards on the counter, ex claimed "Now, deacon, I tell you this won't do. The queen always takes the jack, and the ten like nine.and so down.if you don't attend J'ou will never learn the game. That ack is a go jd card, but my queen takes it, counts me one point, besides 0110 on count for gnmo." "Why, neighbor!" exclaimed the horri fied deacon "what do you mean by that?" Exactly what I any," was the reply, "the queen takes the jack, and it's mine you might have triumphed with it, and saved it long ag...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 13 August 1857

.-p'-. .'V 'i 'I! ! A Family Newspaper Dovotcd to Democracy, Liternturo, Agriculture Mechanics, Education, Amusomonts and Oonoral Intolligcnco. VOL. 1. BELLEVUE, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1857. NO. 40. j i ' r J PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY AT BELLETCE CITY, N. T. T A. STRICKLAND & CO. Terms of Subscription. Two Dollars per annum, if paid in advance, or l 50 if not paid within the year. to clubs : Three copies to one address, la advance $5 00 Seven do do do 10 00 Fifteen do do do 20 00 A club of seven subscribers, at $10, will entitle the person making it up to a copy for mix months ; a club of fifteen, at $20, to a copy for one year. . When a club of subscribers has been forwarded, additions may be made to it, on the same terms RATES OF ADVERTISING. Square (12 lines or less) 1st Insertion $! 00 Each subsequent insertion 50 One square, one month 2 50 " three months 4 00 " six " 8 00 " " one year 10 00 Ousiness cards (ti lines or less) 1 year 5 00 One column, one year 60 00 flue...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 13 August 1857

BELLE VUE GAZETTE. I r i l i i ii t u A. 8TRICKLAND & CO., 11. S. M'EWEN, EDITOR. DELLEVUE, N. T. THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, lSi7. CLORY ENOUCH FOR A THOUSAND YEARS! Chapman's Rooster man' courae in llic last Congress u not enJorn'J ly wic fourth of the iiuuitcr aovorcigm of Nebraska ! " How are the mighty fallen !" 1 low hai th fiao gold Lnronie Jroesl" "Tell it not in (ath, publish it not in the atrcct of " Oiuahu, that Chapman it rebuked ! ! Sculduggery, waa tried in every shape. Cuuriera on horse-back were sent to al- mobt every precinct, stating that r'ergu noil hnd declined in favor of Chapman ; but all would not do. Even sculduggery did not save him ! The people of this territory the squatter sovereigns, have duar hia trinve so deepand his putrid political carcass will bo buried so low, that even Gabriel's trump will scarcely reacli his leadtn ear. ! Dakota ! his favored Dakota, which was to give linn six hundred majority, came up missing, (nfier he had sent friend J. II. Stric...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 13 August 1857

Local & Miscellaneous. Arotoor. We are this week crowdeil with election news, awl the probable re sult! hich will follow from the existiug stala of affairs. Consequently we are re miss in our local notices but as the battle has been fought, and the victory won we will hereafter, ondeavor to intjrm the public how. ''matters and things" are jro inn ou iaBcllevup, Small JJusiniss. Some gentlemen in this) city, are complaining that their cow nre milked at unseasonable hours the depredators' are known, and if it is re peated, their names shall bo exposed. Haying The farmers are now busily engaged in cutting and putting up their winter's supply of hay, and as our prai. ries furnish an abundance, it is hoped that they will profit by the experience of last winter, and not fail to cut and secure a sufficient amount for their stock. It is much more profitable to cut enough nov; when they have an opportunity, than to irwA they had done so next winter, when they find 1 they are short. " Tai...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 13 August 1857

OMTIM'liD IHOM I IRST PACE. thai horrid, cursed miull: my lu-nil ah. lutoly tank within tne, for his w ife. his p"r wife, had been uppermost in my ininu an the pa it werk. Well. Mr. JrnkiiM," said Smiih.-'have yoi' scrn your iriend Joups lately?" fit was in J one's f staMishmeiit that I hud ob talned the ttitnntion for Smith.) "No," wid I, "whyl" 1 knew why; I was wire of it k'fore the fellow answerr-d mo, He ho discharged me." I knew it. 1 was sure of it; his infernal Ireaili told me so the moment he put his head within i n v room. All my admonition, nil his solemn promises, the necessity for a char nrter in his denpernte situation, his poor wife, all, nil went for nothing the fel low was doomed. I had no henrt to talk with him then, tint whnt little I did say went to his soul in language flint left its imprint there, as though humcd with a red hot hrand. I told him he was a drunk nrri, and there was no hope for him. I had forewarned him of the consequence of drink befofe I had obt...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 20 August 1857

.Z :t j J .1 J i r v , Ti i-.I a f. U V.S.l.t'iil . J J I if? 1 3 M J A ,,.l I.'l V . J.- ..; A Family Newspaper Devoted to Democracy, Literature, Agriculture, Mechanics, Education, Amusomonts and General Intelligence! ' BKLLEVUE, N15BRASKA; THURSDAY, ' AUGUST 20, " 1857: NO. 41. . J- s r J 1 ? 3 1 J i tllthtc dinette. X rUBLISlISM) EVERT THURSDAY BELLEVIE I'ITT, N. T. BT A. STRICKLAND & CO. Terms or Subscription. Two Doi.t.ass per annum, If paid In advanco, or $2 50 if not paid within the year. . TO CT.lTBSt Three cftptns (arms artitMJsjalfrant'f 5 00 Seven ' lo vdo do " 10 00 Fifteen do do do 20 00 A club of seven subscribers, at $10, will entitle the person making it np to a copy for nix months; a club of fifteen, at $20, to a copy for one year. )V'hcu, a. club., of subscribers lias been forwarded, Additions aiay be fciade to it. on the same terms s " ' - RATES OF ADVERTISING. Square (12 linen or l.ss) 1st Insertion-. F.acb.ihMrn ietft'fc1srUoji--'.-.- rj J Due innate, puejii...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 20 August 1857

13ELLEVUE GAZETTE. rmiiiiitD it. 8. A. 8TXICKLAND ft CO., R. 8. M'EWEN, EDITOR. DELLEVUE, N. T. - ssss - THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 18T7. "The election the lteauli. Now that lha excitement of the election has in a measure died away, it may not l.e amiss to write down a few iteina of history,' connected wiih the canvass and the cauuiUates. .Every resiJent of Nebraska knows that party lines were not drawn j but that ca;h of the several candidates were tup ported by men of all parties and shades of opinion. Gen. Thayer, we believe, received, a larger share of Republican votes than any other candidate, he being considered by republicans as affiliating with- them to some degree, though it i but just to the General to say that he de rlared himself to be a democrat Bird B. Chapman received the vote or many leading republicans, among whom was Gen. Iariirjer, who for a time was the republican candidate for delegate ; Chop- man also receired the vote of many dem ocrats. Col. Rankin's supporters wer...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 20 August 1857

t Local & Miscellaneous. - RtLiaioct Notice. C C. Goss will preach in the School Ifouss), next Sunday morning, at 10 1-2 o'clock, and Mr. Ham ilton in the evening, at 6 o'clock. NotIdie. The Wyoming (Otoe Co., N.T.) TtUscope, says: ."Upon looking over ou lown-nte, we were actually surprised to note the im provement that had been carried forward in a few short weeks." Such is the case with us. The election is now over, our worthy fellow citizen, Hon Fehkek Fekqusor, is elected dele gate to Congress the exciting times inci dent to such a campaign is past and gone the victory has been won and the honor of the great Territory of Nebraska has been fully sustained by the roice of the Squatter Sovereigns at the ballot box the only safe-guard of a free and glorious country. It now becomes us as good citi zens, to go to work and look to our own in terests and we are glad to see such ac tivity manifested by the citizens of this place. The beautiful building, the Fontenelle Banking House i...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 20 August 1857

MISCELLANEOUS. r.lope mrnt In Life-A Him- band nvrtifpt hi Vlroii. Ju?t a week ago, when New York was under the uttiioM excitement, coiiseiuuut iilViti tlio acetios of riot ami Woodshed enact ed tho nilit previous, in WillinrnsWirh, also, cK-curred a scene in which bloodshed resulted, not between characters n!iniila ting to "I)vnd Kalhits," and such ilk, hut amonjr persons oi the highest respectability Riid Mauding in tho business community. wen us uiu aucmi circlet of new York. I he alluir grew out of a vouuir man nt h'inniiiir to clipo with n marriud woman. when ho was pursued by (lie Inwl.ariil, wno, in mo neat or passi m, rrpeatedly tabbed the young man with a bowio knife, until he was supposed to Ui mortally wounded. The allhir occurred between threw and four o'clock on Sunday morning, tha !2ih till., without any outcry having been made, and there bus sure been an attempt to .suppress tho facts from tho gos siping world. e give tho facts below t Mr A; is a hcnvy merchant in Now...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 27 August 1857

:o.; r .ilmJi:S. 'f l . A.'? wrW A Family Ncwspaper-Devotod to' Democracy, Literature, Agriculture, Mechanics, Education, Amusements and Gonoral Intelligence VOrTX BELL K VU.I:1, . N E 15 LV SKA;' ,T 1 1 1 j I ! SD AY, AUGUST 27. 1.S57. No!l2 J. r; ": 't J.? v . . .. , ".'i I ... . .. 4 i 4 1 1 ? ....,. ... ., , . . ; ' iw niniMii n ii in i.r'.m 'i m i mini 3ficUtbuc (Sincttc. PUBLISHED EVERT Tlll'KSTl Y AT ELLIXUE (ITV, X. 1, S. A. STjlJCKLANp & CO. Terras of Subscription. Two Dollars per annum, if pnid in advance, or $2 60 if not paid within the year. Three copies' Wnnr address, in advance $. 00 Seven do do do 10 00 Fifteen do v do do 20 00 A club cf seven subscribers, at $10, will entitle the person making it up to n copy' for six months; a club ot fifteen, at $20, ton ropy for one year. When A club of subscribers ha been forwarded, additions may be niade to it. ail the same terms RATES OF ADVERTISING. Square (Urines r. Jss).lst ii)scrlipn.,.$J. 00 J.acii sontorment anseriipn...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 27 August 1857

BELLEVUE GAZETTE. FVILIIHtD T 8. A. STRICKLAND & CO., R. 8. M'BWSN, EDITOR. DELLEVUE, N. T. THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1S57. C andor nnd Itrgret. The Cleavland l'laindealer in noticing the result of tho Nebraska election for del egate to Congress, shows by the returns a they are, that Judge Ferguson is elect ed, and adds thnt he is a good Democrat Sic, but expresses rtgrd that Chapman is not elected. We would ask in candor how tho Tlain tlealcr can find ground for complaint or resfet. lias not the columns of the Tlain dealer been loaded down with reason and argument since the passage of the Kanzas Nebraska act, trying to sustain the princi ple enunciated in the bill itself, to wit: that Squatter Sovereignty should be su preme in the choice of men and measures for the Territories? Mr. Chapman was rejected by tho squatters of Nebraska at its first election, and very emphatically, too. Ho received a minority vote at tho aecond election, as every body knows who knows any thing about (he m...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
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