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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 8 April 1858

A Family Newspaper Devoted to Democracy, Literature, AgriculturO, Mechanics, Education, Amusomonts and Qonoral Intelligence. VOL. 2. F VBLIIMCD VfcT THCaSDAT AT. BELLEUE Clf if, ft Ti Henry M. Burt t& Co. Terms of Sabscrtptloi. j Tiro DOLLARS PER ANNUM IN AD YANCE. RATES OF ADVERTISING, fequar (12 or If si) 1st Insertion. .$t 00 Each subsequent Insertion One square, one month three months .... " tlx " " " one year Bnsinest cards ( lines or less) 1 year One column, on year 50 2 SO 4 00 6 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 A 00 A 00 One-half column, on year " fourth " irhth " u column. i months " half column, six months - fourth " M " eighth - " " column, thre months half column, thre months fourth " " " ihh ' 14 4 Announcing candidates for office JOB WORK. For f irhth sheet bills, per 100 For quarter " " " M Kor half " u $2 00 4 00 8 00 10 00 5 00 2 00 1 00 1 50 1 00 6 00 4 00 Forwhol " " " Fr colored paper,half sheet, per 100. For blan...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 8 April 1858

BELLE VUE GAZETTE. HKNIIY M. HUUT, Nws and Lnrsl F.tlllor. DELLEVUE, N.T. THURSDAY, .ATRIL B, 1958. n't Like Hint. The lnt number of the Bellevue Ga tttle contained a characteristically low, nnI sneaking attack upon Her. Mr Chiv ingtea, of thia city... We are not surpris ed that the editor of that paper doesn't like Mr. C.'a fureqhuig. : He expounds the Gopelin its purity, ami it can hardly be expected that tho editor of tha Ga letto ctm i.eompehejid anything of that kind, oMhat ho should like it if he did i nfistmnd "4t." 1 f Mr. Chi vington had preached abolitionism," the editor of that woolly sheet would have bestowed a whole column of praise upon him Oma ha Wtbraskian. . . "Wonderful to tell, Mr. Theodore Hen ry Robertson"! 1 Ymfr semi-logical piety si eaougU to. astound the natives. How 'loog.bas it beeujaince you came to the cochwion that Mr;Chivington "expounds tho Gwtpel iu ill purity ? You must have undergone it sudden conversion, for not long since you could swagger, swear...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 8 April 1858

It is slated that Edwin Forrest, the well known Tragedian, Awful Gardener, Pu gilist, and Georga Law, have " got re ligion," at the ' Great Awakening." ' Nsw Hampshire Ei-rcTto.-The New Hampshire Patriot (Democratic) gives returns from all the towns in the Slate except three small places in Coos. Its footings are as follows: Haile, 36, 301; Cate.31,530; scattering, 57. Ma jority against Democracy, 4,823. The rame towns last year gnve a majority ogninst the Democracy of 3,537. The Patriot gives the following summary of the whole vote : Total vote of the State . 67,918 Increase over Inst year -2 073 Increase of Deta. vote 361 Increase of Rep. vote 1,652 Increase of maj. against Dem. 1,291 Unite' majority over all - 1,71 1 Majority against Cut 4,788 The Patriot concedes the election of nine Republicans to the Senate (a gain of one) and three Democrats. The House will probably contain 164 Repub licans (a gain of four) to 121 Democrats Republican majority of 73. The Council is unanimousl...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 8 April 1858

'i;? I i!' t - i ', i t J 1 1 1 I-.' A' I . r ; is L "... V .r . : J i t . ! i- III j. , tWENTY-riVE WITNESSES? j Or, The Forgor Convicted. EhJ"" Do y em uW l have '" Prevent it against Counterfeiting Dunk Yote$ 1 HUADt HEAD I! lUiADJ!! ' Subscribe! Subscribe! Subicribel if JOHN E. DYE Is the Author, and the Bunk Knte engravers all nay that he ( the greatest Judga of pap" money Hying. CHKArCU THAN THE CHEAPEST! BETTER THAN THE BEST! "'Published weekly. Tho whole only One Dollar a Year. ', GREATEST DISCOVERY of the present century for detecting counterfeit Bank Notes describing every genuine bill In existence, and exhibiting at a glance every counirnm nr aiilatlnn. Arranred ao adinlralilv that refer nn la aav and detection instantaneous. No ages to hunt up. but o aimpliAed and arranged hat ths merchant, banker and business man It haa laVen years to make prrfert this GREAT DISCOVERY. Tie urgent necee ait t.r a.irh a work hai Ions been Mt by Commercial men. It hat been published to sup...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 8 April 1858

YWENTY-FIVE WITNESSES; Or, The Forger Convicted. SkI" Do yw teat J to hii a Surt Prrvtntivt against Coutdrrfriling Bnk V T UK AD! ItKADt! HKAD!!! ' Subscribe! Subscribe! Subscribe! JOHN S. DYE In th Author, and th Bunk Xote engraver oil say that he It the greatest judg of paper money living. cheaper than the cheapest! better than the best! Puh1lsh.l weekly. Th whole only One Collar a Year. ' . ARE AT EST DISCOVERY of ths present eentury for detecting counterfeit Bank Notest dssrribina: everT genuine bill In existence, and exhibiting at 4 glenee every counterfe it In clr autatlnn. Arraneed ao admirably that refer net ie easy and detection Instantaneous. No pagee to hunt up, but ao simplified and arranged lint Ui merchant, banker and buaineaa man It haa taken year to make pprfect tlila fiSPAT DISCOVERY. Tlie urgent necee tnr nrli a work haa long been felt by Commercial men. It haa been published to aupply the call for auch a preventive, and need but to be known to be universally patro...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 15 April 1858
Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 15 April 1858
Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 15 April 1858

BELLEVUE GAZETTE. HENRY M. IiURT, News'and Local Editor. X . . . DELLEVUE, N. TV THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1853. Bird, O. Chapman turucd red We understand from a reliable source that Cbspman hit abandoned hit project of contesting the teat of Judge Ferguson in Congress, and turned bis attention to retailing Garden Seedt, at ten eenti per peper ; raid seeds were obtained by this Chapman while in Congress as the prop e.ty of hit miarepretented constituents in Nebraska, and like the books which he had etored away, which were the property of the stt!ers of Nebraska, and which by o resolution of Congress were turned orer to Judge Ferguson, and. lince franked to the Territory. He had the seeds boxed and sent to bis residence in Ohio, nnd now, since hard times have set in, is reap ing his harvest of ton-cent pieces by re tailing the property of Nebraskiani. i - . Sarpy Connir AirlcuKural go'cl t cty Permanent Organization 'Constitution nnd DyLavs . Election of OfllcertAdioiirn , ed (tleetlnKAddr...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 15 April 1858

iJELliEVUE GAZETTE. News and Icnl F.ilitor. DELLBVUE, N. T. : v. THURSDAY,' APRIL 15, IS58. Hire. B Chapman turned red . .We nnderttand from a . reliable source thM Chapman bat abandoned bis project of contesting the seat of Judge Ferguson In Congress, and turned bis attention to retailing Garden Seeds, at ten cents per paper ;. said seeds were obtained by this Chapman while in Congress as the prop e.ty of bis misrepresented constituents in Nebraska, and like the books which he had stored away, which were the property of the settlers of Nebraska, and which by a resolution of Congress were turned over to Judge Ferguson, and since franked to the Territory. He had the aeeda boxed and sent to his residence in Ohio, and now, since bard times have set in, is reap ing his harvest of ten-cent pieces by re tailing the property of Nebraskians. it l. - larpjr fonntf Agricultural loci-)fct"r-Pernianent Organisation Constitution and DjrLawi -r.lretlon of Ofncers-Adou ris ked Meeting Address njr ...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 15 April 1858

- '"' llotfOLCLV, Sandwich Islands, J nuary 5, ISM. ) Ed. CitrttAWO Plaim Dcalx When t cam her in 1831, there were only aboil 100 whit Inhabitant! upon the group, but now they number nearly 2,000, of which ihre fourths reside In Honolulu. Being witnin four teen dayi aail from San Franciaco, we are comparatively near the United States, and tir mil reach us with much regular ty every two weeks t averaging about furiy-five day from NewYork, and,this your pper dropped Vrery week Into t Post Office at Cleveland, will reh me with nearly the same regularity a if I were a subscriber reaident In New York or Boston. During the monthi of October, November, land IWember, w have lares ftVets of whale hips in our porta. Buaineai la lively and theatre, ball-roon and saloons, are in full blast bnt during the remains portion of the ysar a stranger could hardly Imagine how such a large number of ahip chandlers, butch ra, bakera and traders of various kinds man age to live. The fact Is that we make en...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 15 April 1858

J A J-L rr ?f I ! i i ' IfsMLOlt , Sandwich lain Mat i naary b, iy. S Ed. Cltvat-Ane TtADi Dt Aiaa i When fcsm here In 18.H, there were only abort 100 whlta InbabiUntt upon tha greupe. but now they itmnber nearly 2,0ii), of which three fourthi rtld In Honolulu. Being wltnln four taan days sail (row Ben Franeueo, wa art comparatively near tha United Statee, and Bit msll reach na with much regular ty every two week j averaging abot-t fwr:y-five day fret New York, and,ih i your pper dropped every week Into t Poet Offiea at Cleveland, will raacb ma with nearly tha aaroa regularity a if I wara a tubtcriber reaident in New York or Hoaton. During tha monlha of October, November, Vnd December, wa have Urea fleata of wbale hip In our forta. Buaineaa ia lively and theatree, ball-rooma and aaloona, ara in full blaat but daring the remain portion of the fear a tranter could hardly imagine how Vich a Iarg number of ahip chandlera, butch ra, baker and tradera of variou kind man ace to live. Ilia ...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 15 April 1858

1! ft I i i. i !1 1 i f 1 IUkolvlo, J Mir; 5, 1858. J Eo. CLtvatAitti Pul DtAtan i-When ! cam her in 1831, there were only abo it 300 white inhabitants upon the groupe, but now they number nearly 2,000, of which ihre. fourth reside In Honolulu. Being witnin four teen days nil from Sin Francisco, we r comparatively neat the United States, and o.ir mails reach us with much recnl.ir.ty every two week t averaging about forty-five days (ro New York, and, thus your paper dropped every week Into t'.e Post Office at Cleveland, will rech me with nearly tae same regularity ! if I were a subscriber resident in New York or Boston. Diringthe months of October, November, and December, we have large floe's or whale ships in our ports.. Business is lively ami theatres, hall-rooms and saloons', are in full tint j b it during the remain portion of the year a stranger - could hardly Imagine how such a large number of ship chandlers, butch ers, bakers and traders of vario is ki iJs m in age to livt. , ...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 22 April 1858
Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 22 April 1858
Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 22 April 1858

BELLEVUE GAZETTE. "jIIiNUY M. JlUltT, ' Ntwi anJ Editor. DELLGVUE, n. t. Thursday, april 22. im V A Tilp MnUtU of the riatte. Ls.t week we broke loose from our retirement, nnd, in company wilh three social, jovial fellows of this place, started fer Nebraska Ciy. We wound our way round the stylish residence of L. B. Kin ney, on the outskirts of 11 illvvue. and struck on to the Territorial Rood built ty Col. Sites crossed over hia new bridge W the Topplo, w hich, by the way; " is a bridge as i a bridge," we soon found our selves in Larimer City, a place not alio- feiner unknown in the history of Sarpy County. Larimer City lies on an even plateau, about ono ami a half miles from the Mia soiiri river, close on the north hank of the rintte river, it has an abundance of build ing material udjoiniug the site : timber, fol k, sand, and nil the essentials for build lng a " right smart" little town. We crossed the Platte river at this point by the aid cf Brother Levi Kimlall, and landed safe ...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 22 April 1858

'0ELLE VUE " GAZETTE. JUJNIVY M. 11UUT. Nsws and Lot il fcdltur. dcLlcvue. n. t. 11 'THURSDAY. APRIL 23.1958. V. A Tilp South ol lh Platte. -' Lat week we broke loose from our .retirement. and, in company with three ocia1, jovial fellows of this place, Hurled yr Ntjhroska Ci'y. We wound our way round the stylish residence of L. II Kin ley, on the outskirts of B;llerua. nnd struck on to the Territorial Road buili by l. Site ; cromd over his new bridge yft the Tapplo, v hich, ly the way, is a bridge as i a bridge," we soon found our. jivlves in Larimer City, u place not alto gether unknown iu the history of Sarpy jCouiity.. . Lkrimcr City lie on an even plaieou, lout one und a half miles from ih Mis ouri river, c lose on the north bank of the iMatte fiver, it lnu an abundance of build trig niaterml uiljoining the site : limber, tock, sauJ, and all tho essentials for build Inj'a"" right smart" liule town. We crossed this Platte river at this point by thg "id of Brother Levi Kimlall, nn...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 22 April 1858

'BELLE VUE GAZETTE. JUNIVY M. I1UUT, Nsws nd .Local Editor. qellgvue, n. t. . A ,i t 1 - i i . i. ...... - . . ,,J THURSDAY. APRIL 22. 1958. A Tilp South ot the IMatte. "jLat week we broke loose from our ,rt)irenitm. nnd, in company with three ocial, jovial fellows of this place, started tor Nebraska Cry. We wound our wy Jwind the stylish residence of L. 11 Kin Jiey, on the outskirts of B;llevue. end struck on to the Territorial Road built ly GtA. Siiea ; crossed over hit new bridge jbrt thfl iTappto, v hich, by the way, " in a bridge as it n bridge," we soon found our "fkU'a in i Larimer City, u place nrt alto gether unknown in the history of Surpy .County. . , , Larimer City lion on on even plateau, about one and a half miles from uV Mia ouri rier. close on the north bank of the iMntte river, it has an abundance of build trtsf material adjoining the site: limber, rock., sand, and nil the essential for build Itfg it"" right smart" liitlo town. We crossed the Platte river at this po...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 22 April 1858

11 n ( ! I tM ; Paasracti r THt Wheat Cop. I " Did the tMiidant approach the plain Ve have, recently It 'J cain to travel ti(T seriatim I iintuir. d uu attorney in tlm over the counties of Duchnuan nnJ And- cat of aauli an I Lattery, the other day. row, ami a portion of our own county, a ' No. sir-ee, wit the reply 5 " be wvnl wall at Laving had a chance, to ten sever- ; at 'cm with a poker." al wheat field in Kansas, and apeak from j personal knowledge of the cood propect o. the growing wheat crop. The hard .i.. P.I....... ....I'M....!. vii inuiitiin, i cuiu.ij . vm, vii iiic wneal crop, are over, ami we one opinion now among farmer or the North-west 1.4, that the yield of wheat will be I y far greater than for iwti.y year pnt In our own county, particularly, the wheat field are freeti, nnd thickly covered. IhU Co. (Mo,) JNrtff Salt Laifc Mlf. MsTtta. The mail boat that reuched her on saiurany niffm i.rouuru Miauer 10 tni city lor in , Salt Lake Mail, which i to leave here on the l...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 29 April 1858

. te in 1 t ,;- 1 !" T t'" 1 TO' H..-7. d- ..'J "' !" A Family Newspaper Devoted to Democracy, Litorttturo, Agrlculturo, Mechanics, Education, Amusomonts and Gonorol Intelligence VOL. 2. FVBLIIHCD EVIRY TIICBSDAT AT BELLEVUE CITY, N. T. IT Henry M. Burt & Co. Terms of Subscription. two dollars per annum in ad Vance. , RATES OF ADVERTISING. Nquare (12 lines or !m) lit Insertion 00 Each subsequent insertion 50 Ont square, ene month 2 00 " three monlhi 4 00 " " tix " 6 00 " " ' one rear. - 10 00 Ruaincie cards (0 lines or less) 1 year 3 00 One column, one year 60 00 One-half column, one year 33 00 " fourth " " " 20 00 " eighth " " " 10 00 " ' column, six months 35 00 " half column, six months 20 00 " fourth " " " 10 00 " eighth " " " 8 00 " column, three months 20 00 " half column, three months U 00 " fourth " " " 10 00 " eighth " " 00 Aaneuncing candidates for office It 00 I JOB WORK. For eighth sheet bills, per 100 $2 00 For quarter " , " " 4 00 Ferhalf ' " " oo For whole " " " "...

Publication Title: Bellevue Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bellevue gazette. — 29 April 1858

r--- 1 1 UN K V M. HURT, n. t. I- -"J f i" ' y I Society wat 3 t.i y ; it wat tt tX'. i: mon lo poliiical st;.lt i t,f tJ.a b lis preroedtiau-d !, MaJ liM-bandmen. s'ifR drawn t-gei'ier to 4 :-)! traori!!), political t - - -' " r, to t ; 3', yj 3'".',t -J a-..a.t' I. .'....r. ruL-'cr asvJauvare of t:e true Ui of r . . y, they frrt aurely and ateadily where the intcrctt . of the . community 1 cinf. , It t wiih pleasure that vre record the fact that thce is a deep and abidinff iiucrtft fell by the farming portion of karpy County in this Society. The an tk'.tej address of U P. KanViu aerreJ te awcil the numbers ; the buitdin g was erowded, end Mr. Ranlcia'a estcmpore t.1 Jreaa was listened to with mingled feci. ir.;s ef pride end pleasure; he dosed Xh much pathos. . - irc.binj can be cf more Importance le cr ny other ejtrkuhural refion than e.a Ijrkuhural society upon t permanent UsU; surh a society as will insure some positire interest tctbe" people." No pur. ttairaiisof more scientif...

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