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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 27 August 1857

I Local & Miscellaneous. "Jim crack corn, I don't care, For ma.sa's gone away. Yes, readers, the editor is on a leave of absence, in Ohio, for bis family, during which lime, the deril will be sponsor for anything that may appear in the columns the Gazette; so here is his COT. Kclioiods Notice. Rev. Mr. Ham ilton of the Presbyterian Church, will preach in the School House next Sunday morning at 10 1-2 o'clock. In the eve ning, at early candle light, C. C. Goss will lecture upon Prtaching, at the same place. Bellevue. Never in the history of Bellevue, all things considered, have the prospects been so bright as they now ap pear. The sound of the manson's trowel; the click of the carpenter's hammer and saw are heard in every direction. Build ings, that but two weeks ago were but so many stone foundations, are now large two story houses. The active stirring din of building, gives our place an appearance that enli vens every branch of industry. Notwith standing the vast amounts of mon...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 27 August 1857

:iISCBLLAE0tJ3. SlT A II A TIM! Tit! -On this iioiiit. Mr Si I t l Sf ll'icil . Siowc-, n i-cli'l'Viiit'd vJlaJpotV ten. hot , nsvs tli" following l:wi- pug. -"Tic VKiiih 'l iiihu ii'im m ....r s,-,.ni.li i.,.v:iiiii v Imvo lu'i n nlui.il lugi'tlicr) luul in n U ill? Scotch ni'oj tin- iui moral hm'1o 011 llic mirth. EM minion in En:;lnnJ is pivon r.pi.rnt'ly, iiml'wft ivMi'r Iiivh licnrd fr.nn prac tical men that any Inietit has nrisyn I'r.un this nnanomnit. Simih? inlliionlinl iuili viiluals there mourn over tlie? jnjiiJiftt un this point. In' D.iMin, n Lirjj n mitvr rf girls luTiu'd out badly who ImJ bfi'ii cJu rottM nlono until llu-y niHiiiiml tho nu f Minturity , than of thoMi who worts other wise lit'oiiirhl up; --tho M'paraiion of tin? wxos has tints heiMi I'oaiul l ' injurious. It is Miiii'cl, on tln U'A luilhoi lty, thnt of those, pirls cihiraH'.l in the schools of con vCntt, .'.part from hoys, tho -rronirr major jiy pi wruii! within inonili utter Ltiu.1 lot loose in Mvic-ty...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 3 September 1857

A Family' NewspaperDevoted to Democracy, Literature, Agriculturo, Mechanics, Education, Amusomonts and Gonoral Intolligenco. VOL. 1. BELLEVUE, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1857. NO. 43. W'' ? - y 1 y - ! - - U X V:' PUBLISHED XTEHT THUSSDAT AT BELLETCE CITY, N. T. S. A. STffICKLANp:& CO. Terms of Subscription. Two Dollars per annum, if paid in advance, or $2 00 If not paid within tht year. T, i .ro curat i' l A Threa copiet to ona address, in adranca $3 00 Pevtn do do do 10 00 Flftten do do do 20 00 A club of seven subscribers, at $10, will entitle the person making it up to a copy for six months a club of fifteen, at $20, to a copy for ona year. . When a club, of aubscribers has been forwarded, additions may ba made .to It. on the same terms RATES OF ADVERTISING. 'Square (12 fines or less) 1st' insertion. ($1 00 bach aubseaiieat Insertion M'l 150 Una square, one monin 2 50 4 00 ft 00 10 00 5 00 60 00 35 00 20 00 10 00 35 00 20 00 10 00 8 00 20 00 13 00 10 00 00 5 00 " threa...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 3 September 1857

I.' i i i : I 7 I ! i- a t 1 : ( : t . "! i !.l . jrs r I - i li I!!!.: ! 2 t r! J i I . i: i I i -,i i. . i; -i i. ; 1 1 i i HI !1 ? r:::; ill. :llLi .ilii:, ; 1 I : i BELLEVUE GAZETTE. r v i L I i ii ni n r , 8. A. STRICKLAND ft CO., R. 8. M'EWEIf. EDITOR. DELLEVUE, N. T. THURSDAY, SEPTKMDKR. 3, 1S.17. rr rsoiiul. , Tho Territorial lload, running from the riotte Hivcr to Dakota, for which there was on appropriation of fc30,0(K) by Con gress, has Wen in part located, nt least through Sarpy ami Douglas counties. To iho very capable, alio nnd efficient man ner, in which the Commissioner, Mr. George It. Sites, sent here by the Depart ment of the Interior nt Washington, to lo cate this road, has discharged his duties, the pooplo owo much. Mr. Sites boing nn Engineer himself, with experience suf ficient to warrant success in a matter of this kind, has withal paid that close, per nonal, nnd searching attention, to tho loca- tionof the routo, that the result is only what we couid expect f...

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

Local"& Miscellaneous. RtLioioci NoTtcr. -By. an arrange tnent of eichange between Rev. C C Goss of the M. E. Church, in thia city, and Rev. Mr. Gaylord of the Congrega tional Church in Omaha, the latter gen tleman will preach in the School House, next Sahbath morning, at 10 1-2, and in the evening at 7. Ixrao vem crts Still oo ok. The brick work of the large three story brick dwelling, belonging to our worthy Post Master, L. B. Kkkit, is now nearly completed. ( This will bo one of the fin est dwellings in the Territory. We have visited , the brick dwelling of T. B. Lemon, which is now in process of completion. The walls are .up and the building roofed, and the carpenters are busily engaged on the inside. - The view from Mr. L'a dwelling is magnificent, ex ' tending down the valley of the Missouri, a distance of twenty miles. Johx P. Horn & Co., grocers, have commenced the erection, on Main Street, of a two story wood building, 22 by 45 feet, for a store. Ma. Faisi En is ere...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 3 September 1857

tl u it If ,1 Ji; j It I t i ; ! a- At - f 1 I :1 , i r, i li u m ji- YM-, ill!-' nit Mi M tacit lis sous. , ) I1I1U mouc th Luimllc. Yostettlav furnn Sitfnor Blit kindly gave ait exhibition of his skill in IcRerJt inn In aud veuinloiui.MU at ih Insaiio As yluin tt Fjtiih Kuii. H-twoeii forty mi.! fifty of tho frmalr-s, who.e mental v.onJilioii ullow of thfir bcuifi; presold, wil. !.. J the performance, and wer highly llipliiHi with the marvelous dexterity of the. magician's i'liiMons ami iransforina tim. Tin1 int n, f.T the most part were still, nm! deeply inloroMotl, while llio wo men were full of laughter and glee Out mini, who g-mluntcd al 1 vnrd with dis tinguished honors, and who for two years has c inhibited no interest in things about him, entered heartily i nt. th spirit of the performance, and, liUo Chevalier Meu prat, appluu led in proper time and plnce. Another patient was an delighted, that he propose to nivo tho Sinor fc'JOO. The effect upon the several patients wcro w...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 10 September 1857

i - aT I "Vt ' 1 L A Family Newspaper Devoted to Democracy, Literature, Agriculturo, Mechanics, Education, Amusements and General Intelligence VOL. 1. B15LLKVUE, NEBRASKA, TlIUJtSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1857. NO. 44. f J f 1 1 $dlthu (&ivztttt. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT BELLEYIE CITY, X. T. BT . A. STRICKLAND & CO. Terms f Subscription. Two Doi.lam per annum, if paid in advaacc, or $ 51) if not paid within the year. TO CI.UDS I . Three coplet to nm address, in 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 nix 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. quare (12 lints or less) 1st insertion --$1 00 Kach subsequent insertion 50 'Ona- square, on month 2 50 ' " three months 4 00 " six 6 (Mt " " . one year 10 00 'Ousiness cards (& lines or less) 1 yea...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 10 September 1857

BELLEVUE GAZETTE. S. A. r ii t i. i urn STRICKLAND & R. CO., S. M EWEN, KDITOIl. DELLEVUE, N. T. Tlll KSDAV. SKl'T r.MHF.ll 10. W,7. fur 1 ()'!. V.)7. l.MDI. 1(1. The Olllt IhI lulr. Tho following is tho ol'icial vole Delegate lo Conp-resti: Kenncr V'orjjUHon, It. II. Chapman, U. 1 Hnn'in, J. M. Thayer, Srnltorinf . - . - . uslstrm ) Hi on ail Jefl. . Hot two months jjo, tlm Nebraskian, i-peaking of ov. Innl, ( linvijiif heard that Col. Richardson of III., was appointed iov.,) wiy: "tJov. Iunl has made a good I Jovei nor; hti is a Democrat, ti ied nnil true, nnd we have only to ad J, that Wing no long r Jov. of Nebraska, wo trust that those ot our cotempoiaries who have so bitterly assailed him, for'nels within tho legitimate tuone of his duly, will mwdo justice to him ns n man, (iov. Izard entered upon the disrhargo of his ollieiul duties nt a time when tho Territory was distracted with Krclioiml jealousies; nnd to expect that a faithful and impartial discharge of his du ties w...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 10 September 1857

Local & Miscellaneous. Iltnoiois Notices.. Next SuiiJay afternoon, at 2 o'clock, C. C. Co t will preach to the children of the Sunday School. His subject in tho evening, at 7 o'clock, will be, The Legitimate Province of the Pulpit. One week from next Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 19th, and 20th, die second Quarterly Meeting of the present Con ference year, will take place. Rev. Mr. Chevington, Presiding Elder of the Dis trict, will he present. History or Bellevuk.- Rev. C. C. Goss is now engaged in preparing a work upon the history, advantages, and pros pects of our city, which is to be published soon. From a personal acquaintance with Mr. G., we have no hesitation in saying, it will be a full and reliable rec ord of transpired events, resperting the tarly history of Bellevue, extending back to the year 1804, to the landing of Capts. Lewis and Clark, and tho subsequent es tablishment of the Ameican Fur Compa ny, under the supervision of Francis De roin, as their agent. As there is ...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 10 September 1857

i j i1 u: if. 7 ' ' i i ill ill! ins 1 1 i S V 1 ; i '1 t i . 1 1 Hi Ml ,1. 1 u I 0! s I;"' 1 5:1 : n Sift r i it Itt " i m; ... W ; 'i i i: I i .in. ! r I If (' . : 16.. MISCELLANEOUS. How is I'd mm I I'. Tj Ulnli l - slnn.l tho i!nl fliy of tins I'linioim-iiB, rwntial to ll.o vcrv ri-trnc. of plants and animals, few fwdrivel froniob orvrttioMt ami a Ion ' of cxponmonu must l.o rciiic-inborc.l. W ere iho nuno plure everywhere, at all timet nt a uni form temperature, we should" never have rain, hail, or snow. Tho water absorbed ly it in rvnHriUiou from tho sea mi l the earth's surface woul.l descend in nu im pfireplihle vapor, or cease to he nbsotl.ed ),V the nir when it wai fully saturuled. The alisorhinj power of the atmosphere, and eotneipicntly itJ cnpul'ilily to retain humidity, is proportionately greater in warm than in cold nir. I lie uir near uiu Mirfaeo of the earth m warmer than it is in tho region of the chunk Tho higher we ascend from the earth the colder wc liivlthe ntm...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 17 September 1857

i i. WW v . a irf. ' . ' ,i i:r - ,7 it' : m: i m A Family Nowspapor Doyotcd to Domocracy, Literature, Agriculturo, Mechanics, Education, Ainusonibnts and 'General Intollikcnco. . VOL. 1. BELLEVUE, .NEBRASKA. THURSDAY; SEPTEMBER 17,.' 1857. . NO. do. .. . . , : ' 'i . ' " ' ' ' ": ' : . ...... ... ' ' .('. . i . ,i !'' 1 ' r . , , .! ' , ' ' . I I'll ,', . ' ,.'., ,.' j f,1 AT BY "S. 'A. STRICKLAND & CO, Terms of Subscription. Two T)olumm per annum, if paid in advance, or $2 W it not paid within tha yaar. ,. to cross t Threa copies to ona ariilress, In advance 95 00 Seven ro do do 10 00 Fifteen d do do 20 00 A club of seven subscribers, at $10; 'will ntitle tha person making it up to copy for aix months; ft club of fifteen, at 920, to a ropy for ona year. 'When a club of subscribers has been forwarded, additions may ba made to it. on the same tjcrms RATES OP ADVERTISING. Kquart (12 HnsVor b-ss) 1st insertion. Each subsequent insertion' Ona square, one month . ' " three months"" ...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 17 September 1857

BELLEVUE GAZETTE. PUBLISHED t. A. ITRICKLAND & CO., R. 8. N'XWEN, EDITOR. BELLEVUE, N. T. , i i1 ' - - --. THURSDAY, SEPTEM11ER 17, 1H7 "Crow, ( hapninn, Crow." Alany of our readers are not aware, prolxilly, of the origin of tho phrase, " Crow, Chapman, Crow." In 1S30, in the city of lUlun, thrre appeared a noted man by the name of Kirk, who was a de adlier from all the regular denomina tion. Ilrtiispd to preach on Hviion Com tnon, and hy the use of the most abusive, obscene, arid indecent language, raised a violent spirit of monocracy against him. It so happened, that just prior to tho ex i iiement raised in the city, by tho preach ing of Mr. Kirk, a Mr. Chapman, a very wealthy merchant, was elected Mayor of lloslon i and on tho evening of the riot, as the populace were about to make violent demonstrations against Kirk, the Mayor climbed a small tree on the Common, where the mob was assembled, and com menced, with his very peculiar, squeaking voice, to read the riot act. J lis ...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 17 September 1857

Local & Miscellaneous. Rblioioui Noncr. Quarterly Meet ing exercises will tale place on Saturday .and Sunday next. Preaching on Satur day evening, at 7 o'clock, :nid un Sunday at 10 1-2, by Rev. Mr. Chivinjton, Pre .siding Elder of . the District. Tnt 'Ladies' Udhbvolemt Sooiett, of this city, will meet neat Thursday af ternoon, at the School IIouee,t2 o'ulwck. Bellcvue. " It's an ill wind that Pjlows ncbody any good." We believe t'.his to be true in our case. Notwithstand ing the hard times and the scarcity of money, Bellevue never advanced in point cf .improvement, as she has for the last -sixty-dya ; and from the number of foi-n- dations being commenced and buildings :in the process of erection, we augur great er improvements during the fall. The nu unerous pine and brick buildings, so rapid ity rising into hugg and magnificent pro portions, are the kind of advertisements we like to see, indicitive of permanent prosperity. There is no -rl lace of the im portance of Bellevue, ...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 17 September 1857

TWENTY-FIVE WITNESSES; Or. Tltn Forger Conviclvd. rT V'' V'tintfn Aire .1 Surr I'mvutivt (iifdt'n.s Vouulnfritinit Jhink VotVt f ItliAD! Ki:. VI)!! Subscribe I Subicriba! 8ubicribt .lO! S. DYE is the Author, ml the Rank Null1 rnirmvets nil s.i y flint ho is thn greatest jodire of paper money living. 'cheaper tii the cheapest! m:rn:ii than the best! Published eckly. The whole only One Dollar a Vrir. GKE ITST DISCOVERY of tlir present rcntiuv fMi dtecling counterfeit Hunk Notes; Ihlng rrrry genuine dill In existence, ami exhibiting nt a elance every counterfeit in cir culation. Arrnntroil so admirably that refer ence is e nsy And dclert liii lintanl.ineous. No pages to hunt up, hul so sfmplilWaud ananged tli.il the men-hint, l inker mill business man i .in er nil at n glance. It hns l iken venn to make perfect this GREAT DIscoYI.HY. 'I'll urg.'iit ncies Kit y for mull n vik lias long been felt hy rnimrtercial men. It Inn been published til Supply the e.ill fur Kuril n preventive, and ...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 24 September 1857

-rr- if T1V a raft & a tr 1 y 1 w A Family Nowspapor Dovoted to Democracy, Literature, Agriculture, Mochauics, Education, Amusomonts and Qonoral Intolligonco. VOL. 1. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY AT v BELLEYin CITY, X. T BY S. x A.v STRICKLAND, &, ca .A . ---' " i : : Terms of Subscription. . Two Dor.t.AiM per annum, if paid in advance, or $1 60 if not paid within the ysar. ' ' " ' TO Ct.t7B t Hire copies to out address, in 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 persen making It up to ft copy for six monthe ; a club of fifteen, at $20, to a copy for one year. When a club of subscribers has been forwarded, additions nay be made to on the same terms , '" RATES OF ADVERTISING. Mquare (12 lines or less) 1st Insertion $! 00 Each subsequent Insertion SO One square, ene month 2 50 " three months 4 00 w ' a tix " ' fl 00 " one year 10 00 Ouslness cards (rt lines or less) 1 year 5 00 Ona column, one year W 00 line-h...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 24 September 1857

BELLEVUE GAZETTE. r t i. i ii f i n v 8. A. STRICKLAND & CO., R. S. M'KWEN, EDITOll. BELLEVUE, N. T. TiifKsnw, sp.rTr.MiiKU'Ji, k"7. To I lie nthlngtnu I iilon, and MrtrlHiut IMiiin Dealer, n. TUt Fre of rlti-Mskn Territory. We clip the following from our Terri torial exchanges : Thnt Judge Ferguson obtained ilec lion fairly, tw one- entertains a doubt, and should Chaptnnu persist in contesting for what he is clearly not entitled to, ho will witness the desertion of what few friends lie yet claims. -OmnAa Timts. We cheerfully recognise Judge Fergu nm ns our delegate to tho next Congress of the United States. Desoto Vtlot. The election for Delegate to Congress is over, and all admit the vote of the wiuui ters, the voico of the people, ns expressed through the ballot box, to bo for Fenner Ferguson.- A'cbraska Mmtixrr. Tho election of Judge Ferguson, is on event in which every democrat, every honest squatter may well uiiiio in a com man nd mutuiil rejoicing. Ntb. J'cws The oflicial...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 24 September 1857

t Local & Miscellaneous. .Religious Notice. Rev. William Hamilton of the Presbyterian church, will preach next Sunday morning, it 10 1-2, and Rtr. C. C Goss, of the M. E. church, will preach in the evening, at 7 o'clock Subject, Praytr, Lecture. Thursday evening, Oct. 1 Rev. C. C. Goss, will deliver a lecture upon the history of our city, from its ear liest period to the present time. We need not bespeak a general attendance. New Aovta-risEMEHTs. We call at tention to the new advertisements in to day's paper, as follows: Commissioner' Notice of a new road to be located between Dellevue and Piatt ford. We are glad to see a movement in this direction, as it will be a great benfit to the inhabitants of the western part of ihe county. . C. II. F. Forbes, Civil Engineer, and Surveyor, St. Marys, Iowa. Mr. F. was connected with railroads in the east, and from numerous testimonials that he has, we have reason to believe that he is a competent workman. . T. B. Lemon receives Fontenelle ...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 24 September 1857

TWENTY-FIVE WITNESSES; Or, The Forger Convicted. r. j"" )i) y'' r ntt to hint a Surr Prtrrntirt iZti:il Countcrfriling lumk or f i li ;A u j m : a i 1 1 hi a u in "ButicTibe! Snbicrlbe! Sabicribe! JOHN S. D VI'. in the Author, mulli Hank Note engravers Nil say t lint he Is t It greatest judge of paper money' living, cheaper than the cheapest) rr.nr.n than ryr. iif.sti PiiSllnlinl weekly. Tit whole only On Dollar a Vrnr. GREATEST DlSCOVKHVof the present century fur detecting rnnnterfelt Bunk Notesi drsri ibing rvcry genuine lull In existence, ssnd exhibiting at a glance rvery counterfeit In rir iilstin, Arranged n admirably Hint refer enrr In ess -r nnd detection Instantaneous. No pages to hunt ii, but no simplified nml arranged Mint the men-haul, banket and business man can see all nt A glance. ' ( It hns taken years to make perfect tills GREAT DISCOVERY. The urgent neren nity for such work Ims long b-n felt by commercial men. It hnn been published to supply (lie mil for such a prev...

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

4 t ft A Family Newspaper Devoted to Democracy, Literature, Agriculture, Mechanics, Education, VOL. 1. .rUBMSKKD in.RY THURSDAY BLLLEVIE (ITV, N. T. BY A. STRICKLAND & AT CO. Terras of Subscription. Two Dot. la s per annum, if paid In advance, or $2 r0 if not paid within thcar. to ri.uns : Three copies to one address, in arWaice 00 ven do do do 10 00 Fifteen do da do 20 00 A rluS of seven subscribers, at $10, will entitle 'In perioi in.iki'15 it up to a copy for f inou'lis; a ct iS of fifteen, at $20,toa ropy for one year. When a club of subscribers liai been forwarded, addition may b. made to it. on the aame terms RATES OF'' ADVERTISING. Square (12 lines or lss) 1st insertion Each subsequent insertion One square, nne month " " three mouths " " six " " " one year - Otisiness cards (ti lines or less) 1 year T)ne column, one year- $1 00 50 2 W) 4 00 n 00 10 00 5 00 60 00 33 00 20 00 10 00 33 00 20 00 10 00 8 00 line-half column, one year " rourth ' " eighth " " " column, six month...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 1 October 1857

BELLEVUE GAZETTE. r i n i. i ii i i n v 6. A. STRICKLAND & CO., 11. S. M'EWEN, EDITOR. DELLCVUE, N. T. it iiuhno.i not ill westerly to n joinl west I rnndidatcs for matrimony. Knowing from ltolli-viio, nl out fix miles, where it llml the stnte of nucicty in wli.li we inov ilivcre,os into two brnin lies. One of iIu m TiintsiuY, ocTonr.R i. Cltlf rns of fturpy ( on ill jr. Do you know that yon have tin mo rich and beautiful jhi of land for nn in heritance, thnt the sun ever shown upon? Dii) yo i ever po to the summit of ono of the mnny hills lack of Hellevue, from oiu to fifteen miles, a the; sun win going down in clenr dayl Did you ever behold nt y.unset thut was more dalino, with resplen dent brilliancy? Did yon ver behold the majestic .Missouri with numerous ttcam or btenimiii the tut bid current, loaded to t!io guard with the wealth of the old world mid the new, with the luxuries of every lime, for your omfort nt.J happiness? Did you ever look down upon the city of Jtellevuo, ...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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