Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Bellevue gazette. (Bellevue City, N.T. [i.e. Neb.]) 1856-1858 | View Entire Issue (March 26, 1857)
.t biunr &ur Inn,-.
KUHL &. ICAYSER,
Miry, Mills County Iowa.
tiiii' we Iiiii'
tri, ni-vnt l.i.rK irottioalvo price of , P1-1 vV
sugar serves to make the iutr.HhKijoii of
tho Chino?C mtgircne into the linn .id I
L' l.l, ...... f Ift.-.. Hi III r III ft StlbieCt Of I WT1'
fiaive u " -""-"'- , i
' . . .1... rt ,,,, .-.-, " I
great importance, hihhu j;.... . ,
inerMt, W to every individual, whulcver
his location of pursuit. The ninn ..f poy.
rrty U quite 'mah ' ""l n,(Sr'' ,,'Py
iuiorswuM in it thiui the man of opulence,
Lecflo-io frcahh can couimiiuiJ luxuries hi
nny'c.0. vchili I'ip'h rri,, for "'",'m
iiPccMiiy f every itay life, li'' iiRrt
. - I I ...V... n I.I, llwt lliliir
IHU3I l Ul WllUl'ui jiin.ii .7 - -;yi
or cWiflrhiX inwiiveiiioncl, it' not sulkr
iu'.tt'iU cnine.. ', '
Th engravings' show iho muo in
full grown' siau, and tho null by which
tlwjulcrt blob i xprc'd. From 1''
lauiy'e account of it,' o f,ivf n few con
densed extract, whi:h will five our read
1 fi 0 fcood idon f tlio subject.
I have witness' l the growth of the rn:,r
by the ai re, and production of syrup by
barrels.' Calmly iowing till thu facts
which i U boci-. able to collect, I no lon
ger enlortn'm a iM'U llmt this plant hwoII
worthy of tho attention nnd study of the
formers. Planters of tho South.
Thi) ChincrC sugar-rune sectnsto adnpt
ii.lf to nil ihe 'vicissitudes of our varied
cliinnteftnd soil, with i facility unsuip.i.-..
W.illd Trpcr 'fully announce to the
;,o iff M.Us nnd n,lliiliig couniion.
!uu located o ireve In the-new
Uriel k'i'K1 it the corner or trout street nnu
Htrr'x Act.uo. In St. M irv, f n I now nave on
liiiu.l 11 full ttixl well sob'ciod Stork rr
n.l ip'ed tii wauls r )hi cnmmuiilty, ci.11
tcJ Vy corn or whont. In Clu-roV litor-
17 1 at. II KWtii tv -"o . . o . .
1 1 u Y (ioons.
jim's .v caps.
t(M)TH A. siit)r.s.
DItl liSA MKDIf'tM'.S,
I' M N T,
SASH, A.I-., &c
W nr il,-l.i-llllliitl In Hi'll In rilll cimo
r. i-,.r ihfiri niiv o'lior (ilnlilishin'-iil. in
lliin onrtlmi ir tin siiito. An pinmlnation of
mil- K'ot k iiii'l priri' will lie nil tint In ii.-ci-h- j
niry I" rnnviTirc yn 1 of 1 lie f.ict. Look -.it j
fur tin !
MAMMOTH BRICK STORE!! !
FRONT STREET, ST. MARY.
f;V" All kiniN of country priidiice takon in
rxolmivr for liooiN.
no.Vlf. kl'HL &. K AYSI'.H.
rnosrr.fTfs rou h7.
ItuKlHliod Auun 4tli, 1S!21.
Tliii pililiiln'r!i of I'ali old nnd firmly-"! nl
lislioil nnnrr l.lWi idi-.i ir i i nllini tlir at-
pitii!i llm (iiiMiii to tin ir ruirr.uiimp for
Hi,- i-oinin yr. SaiTrilrd ui'li iolitir, tli
i-lalim or liii-rntnrf will mori' tlum rv-r
nj)iriTi Of I tit Hi ir.nlinirw.irM. S li.iv
tlii'ioforr ulrriidv inld'i nrr.insriiirnt with
tho following lirilMfliit ll't of wriifM :
Willi.iin Hnwitt (of Knu'l ind). Ali-f dry,
T s Aril, , ip. Mn. Soithwori 1. A'.U'H' no
DniTiititir. Mm. M. A. i).iuii.m, ttie mi'iiur i ,
'ill.ih," Kc. ,
Wr ilmiitn rnmnirniitiff, "i 1 1 - lirsi ii itnDcr,
In January nrxt, tho fullowrif; original Novcl-
Tiill'.nu'pttii, or tli' S'lunllrr' Ilonir ny
William' llnwi t, author of Kur il l.ifp in
r.r.el.iiiil," 'IIoiiich of tli l'o"'.,"
Thin i a S'oiv of Am'.rali.in l.ifr, Mr.
IWilt having visilrd Anatrali.t evprriMv
with Iho ol.ji'i t of nciinaintia liiin-o ll' wi h
tin1 novel mid romantic. an'mrH undor which
nature and mti-h-ly j'lrspivt thrimclvps in that
aiiitrnlar iPirion. '
Tho rollow inii lvp'l' will tln lir civ.-a.
th'i i(.'h 1'iohahly not in the exact order hero
AMKHICAN AM) OKKilN.U.,
THE KNICXEREOCKER MAOAZIKE. 1
I'.oiTii) nv Iii'i (iAVtonn ("i.'.hk.
ritlir. numlirr for Janaarv. 1 '."". hririni llm
J. I'orly-Si coiul VoIiiiiip of tho Knicki'ihock
rr M iir.i.inn.
Siucp Hip inrr of Kiili'rni" Ion h nrrn rr
ilncrd from Tivp to thrcp dollars a vrar. thr
circulation of thr K ni K 1 rbock f.r hai hrcn
iucrcaird ncarlv four to otic. In many placei
ton arc t.ilen whrrr fliorp wn'i hat omp tnTorr,
nnd throunh the year it has Iippii nlpadily in
rrpasinir. It ii niiw '.It'crpd an cheap an any
nf the M ie iiiips, nil thine rormiilernl. In-
nfpad of m-iki'iir new and pro.liitio.m jironnnp'",
tvo milimit a few rxlrartu from notices of late i
nnmhi-ri, which wc mij;lit extend to a nuinher
"Thofle familiar willi the Hditor's Monthly!
C(HMii with hli Itendprs,' have doiiblleHs. '
w ith onrMelvpn. admired the iiaronnial mvirce
,.r ll uil ntwl iovo'iiuea. In thin nuinher
I he (i.Mnip' hold-i o-i i's r-v like mmi- fair pnt;e!i contain
rivulet Matu-in;: and dancing in the nuiixlime or ;
. ... 1 i.. 1
n .Ma v moriinic. we useu in wonm-i ion.,
Mr. Clark ci ild hold oat, i'X)Pctin)r he mast
rer'ainly 'let down' in the coming nuinlier s
hut thin nuinher piie-i 110 siu'n of exhaustion."' 1
I National lutellicnfer, Wanhint,ton.
MAGAZINE IN TIIE WORLD.
BALLOU'S DOLLAR MONTHLY.
r.nrnnragrd 1'V thr nnnrccedentrd uccrs
which thin mMilar monthlvlias met w ith, and
the rapidity with which it hnn incrrnned Itn
circulation, the oroprirtor ha rrnolved to
make H ntiTl more worthy of the patronage 01
thp public. That thl admirable work i a
"Miiaclr of Chpapupnn," in admitted by
every oae, containing, a it doe, "one hun
dred' page" of reading matter in rach num
ber, and forming two volume a year of ix
hundred pare each, nr "twelve hundred'
page of reading matter per annum, for DM.
DOLLAR! , .,
llillou Dollar Monthly is printed with
new type, upon fine white paper, and its mat
ter in'rarefnlly compiled nnd arranged by the
hand of the editor and proprietor, who has
been known to the public an connected with
1 it,.. n,,inn t,re for nearlv fifteen years. Us
xmvs. TVT.r.S. POF.MR. STOHIF.S OF
Till: SKA, KKKTCHKH, M ISC I'LL A
NY, ADVKNTFRKS, HUKiRA
PHIKS, WIT AM) HUMOR,
'IMeaniiit. e-Piiiiil. ileli''h' fill 'Owl
I'hv name in a nuggentlon of thing delerlal
i' ... .. ..r n 1 ittitiTrv 1. . 11 v 1 1 ' 1 1 1 e hi r 1 1 r i,r in v 1 onrn. . 1 i -.0 .........
An original Novelet, written i-xpriM
lv for the Post.
The Wilhpred H-arl. An original aovcin,
bv T. S. Ar-
fei-tion upon noils hish nnd low, rich nnd
comporitively poor, producin;: heavy cropa
of stnlk, ionf find bm-J I have found it
.rrow with me, in nil rop.n ti, ns vi-joura
lit m iftni. vv itli 11 cci.u'lv similar irentini'iit.
In Allvjrany county Md.. a tor rep pot id out
write f'of the Aiiteri.-ftii rarmcn "1 think
it wen auaptvu ' - '.,,,., iBin,,m,vn,. ,.., flr,.oll,,t,-d for
country, find it promise to i );ro uuun- Pby r(.L h )( l)( p,,,,,,..,,,., i;UP ,.,,,-,,1.-Urjthau
any other Article we enn frow lor 1 willl t ,.Xpene. the s-ar Wri
nrovender. . I believe it will produce t-ix hern of America. Tli- "Nation" In the only
1 1. 1..,. f,lri,.,l lie-vendor to th" ' paper which contain the Wittt. Iliiumroul
or eight tons of Urieil prouiultr to " .jj, Sil,(..s.llit1il1!. Sketches of that Comical
aire."1 The present wmer lias met many (;cnl,ll(ni),, ttMrivni(.,i Hmnorint, Knight Run
IF YOU WANT A GOOD rATES.
Hl'BSI IIUIK HK
fMlll'. mont jiop ilar Weekly in America,
X which Inn iinini'dialelv upon itn
npinng i 11I it 1111 1 111 iih-hho C"n cilat ion. 'I bin
rapiil n ieces, in nniireceuenieil 01 no" rumory
:..,..ii;,Ti,i iwl 'pnionirisiti'r tuiuiei. m
Pennaylvnni't. Msryland, iiifinia, Xow
Jersey and New Yorlc iontiendance nt the
lato ationnl fair nt Philadelphia. Many
oC them hnd witnessed ili growth in their
respective States w ilh entire success. One
gentlmnn of Now Jersey hnd mown u
half acre of the enne this aenaon. It has
been miccessfully grown in Illinois ulso,
n!nd one gallon of the juice is sa d to have
yielded, hy Wiling, 0 junrt of syrup of
good qunlity. . There is every ruisou to
conclude thntlhe cunc may he en-ily and
successfully fjrown in' nil parts of our
oountry. ' ,
! n cuLTrnr.
Lot tho rround ho well cultivated, us
for com, A small portion of the crop
should be reserved for seed, nnd permit
t,.,l tosinnd until fully matured nnd dry.
Hy n menu pennit no lltooin Corn, lXm.
rtvh-Corn, or other plants of the same fam
ily, to grow, near yojjr Cane. It readily
intermixes, with theso varieties, and elf
tctimlly ruins your wwd for the production
of symp. "Fof th-3 -snmo reason, great
cure, should, he observed in procuring reli
nhlo seed, as well os in keeping them so.
The epace between the rows may he three
feet- dnd the' seed put its.' say two or three
very sis inche . When well up, the stout
est nd henlthi.-Ht should nlouo be allow
ed To remain; when of sitthcient sizo they
.KhnuldUtt suckefed down to one enne for
cadi root.,!, Iu oilier respects, the success-
full grower of com will not te at a loss in
the cultivation of this plunt. I have found
n suitable timo for planting to be immc
dintoly ufior the corn crop, olihou-ih ex
cellent results have been obtained hy
" planting as late ns the 1.5th of May. in
I'hpr.ik-pfi (leorcia. It will doubtless.be
desirable to make several successive plan
tings, that they mature gradually, nnd so
pive more timo fur harvesting the crop.
The 1 1 nd in my opinion, should be pre par
' cd in all rwpocta for com.
-,,','',;'; '-' .11 V tSTl SO. ". '
" When the stalk shall have attained its
full size, and tho seed have passed from
' the doti-rh stase to a harder texture, tho
'. cane may be considered sufficiently ma
ture. . . . ! . .
' ' Prior to the harvesting, a set of proper
' rollers and kettles should bo provided nnd
' well set up, ready for service. No fanner
bluHild undertake to supply its place hy
wooden roolers for a crop of even two
acres. The loss of juiwe will more than
eoonterbnlnnce the ditlerence in expense.
' It is worked bv two mules. Three Uetu ls
of from 00 to 100 gallons capniity, will be
' required to keep pace fully with the mill.
It is deMratle thai tnese biiouiu ue i roan
aiul shallow, that they may present it
lanre evanornlinir surface, and &iil;.-tanti-
ully set in brick for security nnd coiiveui
, ,, rLS31NO.
Tho canes located conveniently at hand
' are ono by one doubled in the middle and
forced between the rollers, which are kept
', in as close proxomuy ns the strength of the
mill and the power applied will warrant.
, , 0OILIMU DOWN,
One of Uie first things done in commen
cing operations bhould Le to start the lire
under ih keuels, that Uey may he well
wanned by the tinie the juice i-i ready for
Ocknbh', M. D..of which nerien. one sketch
alone In worth the whole yearn' Subscript ion.
Tin Nation In F.dited bv'S. M. lligelow and
Mrs. I'.. D. K. N. Sonthworth, who in well
known nn one of the Mont Popular Writer in
America. In addition to the above, we have
engaged a Contributors ;
llenrv W. Herbert,
AV. W. I'ondlck,
C. A. Page,
W. P. Kraun.ui,
Alice C arv,
Mrs. A. F. Law,
Mr. I". V. I'll"!,
and niinii'io.is other.
TO TIIE FAIR S2X
We particularly commend o ir sheet. Their
denaitment wil he Lditpd with the utmost
care, and no expense or labor Hpared to render
the column ilevoteil to ilieir rspeciai iipiipiu,
unusually Itiilliant, Attractive, Instructive
Tho Farmers' and Planters' Corner
Will contain Practical Suggestions nnd Agri
cultural Hints, contributed and culled from
sources trie most rename, ami containing in
formation which will prove to them iu the
course of a single year, of almost incalculable
The other ileoartmetita of our paper will re
reive the nttcnlion they respectively demand,
each being especially and carefully prepared
to meet the vnneil tas'.cs or ttie several class
es of itn render. Among these we in.iv men
tion Originnl Stories and Poems, I'ditorial
Rambling and Sketching. Spicy City Kows,
Washington ("onnip. Now York Chit Chat,
the. Latest Paris Fashion. Practical Receipts
for tho Household and Toilet, "The Little
Ones" Department, (iemn from Prose nnd
Poetry, Reader's tiuide, Historical Sketches,
Translations, .., fcc.
The Nation is iimod in Qaarto Form,
(eight pages.) and each number wil! contain
at least two original i.ngravtngn, thus inr
nishing our Subscribers at the end of the year
with a volume containing 1lti large si.e, beau
tifully printed pages of Unsurpassed Novel-1,-tts,'
Sketches, &c, Sec, together with over
100 Original Illustrations.
The Nation Is sent at the following remark-
aldy low S.ibscription and Clubbing Terms:
invartahlv in advance.
Single Copies, $2 00 per annum.
Two " (to one address,) $3 f0
Tbreo 5 0(1
Six " 00 '
Ten ' 1" ot)
C'yi" And one copy free to tho getter up of
the Club of TF.N.
P" All tho sending us subscriptions
frn'rn the IlritisJi Provinces, must enclose iu
addition to the subscription price, M cents for
rach subscriber, as we are compelled to pre
pay the United State postage.
1 ... . .. . l 1.1 l.
All letter coiuaiiuiij; miuii-v piiouiu c
istcred, and directed jdaiulyi and they will
come at our risk, otherwise we arc not ro
BDunsible for them.
fj" Specimen copies will be sent free to
Post Masters, Agents, and all who wieh to
get up a club to all others, on receipt of fo ir
cents in s'.imp. The expense of ri'i-'.ciing
is oulv 5 cents.
Addre CROFUT fc HHJF.LOW.
83 Duck S.., Philadelphia, Pa.
Among (he. hundred of complimentary no
tices we have received from newspapers iu
every section of the country, we quote the
following extracts from:
The Nation appears in clear large type,;
on sno.v white paper, and i richly adorned
with illniiati.i'.in."l N. Y. S.m.
It will attain to a high position in the lit
erirv world." Philadelphia Daily News.
It is one of the bent weeklies now pub
lished, and we take pleasure iu bringing it to
the notice of the reading public." Harris-burg,-Pa.
"The talent and energy of the proprietors,
it original and interesting content, and the
beauty of thp typography, cannot f-"l lo se
cure f ir it a general circulation." Will
iamsburg, Pa. Independent Press.
As a literary and family jnunial, we have
no hesitation in pronouncing it the best auione
our exchange. We advise the ladies to jiro
cure it wltho-it delay." Fulton, Pa. Repub.
"We lUslike pulling city emanation, but in
ibis case we are bound to give way to merit.
I'i.I.L inanv citv eotemiioranes, the "Nation
wri'leii expressly l-r
tlinr. 0 .
Lighthoune Island. An original
bv Hi iin'bor of "Mv Confession,"'
or the Child Medium,". &.c.
Th" (Jiaker's Protege. Original Novelet,
by Mr. Miry Denison. author of "Mark, the
Sexton." Home Pictures," A.c.
Original Novelet. Hv Angus'iliP Diganne,
nullior of "The Los! of the Wibleme." Kc
in also in coarse of preparaMon for the Pont.
We have also the promise of n Short and
Condensed Novelet, bv Mr. Sonthworlh. to
run through about six or eight numbers of the
In addition o (he above list of rnntribn
i;,.,w ven .lesiin continuum the iintuil amount
of Foreigh Lelter. Oi igiii.il Sketclies, Choice
Selections from nil sources. Agricultural Arti
cles," (ieneral New, Hnni'iions Am-cilotes,
Yiew of the Produce ami Slock Markets, the
Philadelphia Retail Market. Hank Note List.
I'.dilorials, itc, .c, o ir object being to give
a Complete Record, a far as our limits will
admit, or the ('rent World.
I'ngravlngn. In the way or Kugravings, we
generally present two weekly one of an in
structive, nad the other of a humorous char
Tho Po-tage on the Post to any part ol tin-
United S'ates, paid quarterly or yearly in nil-
vaiioe, at tlio ollice wnere u is rttnira, "
only id cents a vear.
Trnv (Cash in advance) I copy $2 a year.
1 conies "
(and one lo (ho goiter up
or the Club) ?!) "
(and one lo the getter up
nr the Club) I") "
(and one lo the getter up
Ot 1110 Il.11111)
Address, nlwavs pot-iaid,
DF. CON PF.TF.RSON,
No. fid Smith Thirh street, Philadelphia
Sample Numbers sent gratia to any one
To Kditors Fjlitor who give the .move
one insertion, or condense the material por
tion of it (the notices of new contribution
and our terms) for their editorial columns,
shall be entitled to an exchange by sending a
marked copy of the paper containing the ad
vertisement or notice.
I I ...I ...... n. ni. i, irl iiw-l. uilliln thee.
I best, .intidolu for tli" blues. Thou hut given
to kindly linmor, to phi lant delineation, and
to side-splitting fun, a 'local habitation.'
without which th' v might go wandering over
the domain of letters, calling now and Una
where a friendly door opened to them but re
fusing to be comforted for the lo' of their
obi dear home." Courier, Harlinglon, Vt.
" The great care evinced iu the selection ol' j
articles that adorn it pages, is a .snlliciet.t :
guaranty that no contribution inee's tin rye of
the reader but those which are known to be
WovtUy of bis perusal. When storms and
wild tempcs' me sweeping o'er our hill-side j
village in these chill winter hours, nnd is
drear and desolate without, we ask for no i
more agreeable companion than the 'Kmck-
K.Riior kt r' ; for while it content impart'
vaiuaiii'i inioriiia .ion, rn n.ino ,
i wit are a sovereign specific for all fits of the j
blues or attacks of the horror, and time
passes merrily on. Democrat, J'nyles.own,
'The KMCKKBiinrKrn has been and will be
a fact of its own ; a genuine living thing, all
the more desirable now that the new crop of
magazines, filled with articles pirated from
F.nglish authors, makes fresh home creations
more conspicuous and welcome." Now
York Christian Inquirer.
Rev. F. W. Shelton, Author cr L-tlcrs from
Up the Rivor,' etc., will be a regular con
tributor. The best talent in the country w ill be en
listed, nnd no expense or eirort spared, to
make the Knu kkhiioi k kb more than ever de
serving of the first position among our ori
ginal American Magazine.
TF.RMS. Three dollars a year, s'rictly In
advance there will be no deviation from this
condition; Two copies for $" 00; Five co
pie, and upwards, $2 00 each. Iiooksellers
and Postmasters are requested to act ns
Agents. Those who will undertake to pro
cure subscribers will receive favorable terms.
Specimen numbers will be sent gratis on ap
plication, post paid.
1NDUCF.MKNTS FOR CLUBIM NO. The
IvN-trKr.nBocKv.R and Harper's, luitnam's,
("raJiam's or Codey's Lady's P,ook will be
sent one year for five dollars; the Knickt.h
nocKr.H and Home Journal for four dollars a
from the best and most popular writers In tlio
country. It is also spiced with a record of
the notable events of the time, of peace and
war, of discoveries and improvements occur
in g in either hciniphpro, forming an ngreea
l.lf. I'liiiihiiiiinn for a leisure moment or hour,
aiivwhere. at home or abroad, each number
linton- roiimlete ill itself.
No sectarian subipct arc admittPil into it
pages; there are enough controversial publi
cation, each devoted to its peculiar sector
clioue. This work is. mieimeci jor mi
MILLION, north or south, east or west, am
ia t',ll..,l In tho brim each month with chaste
popular and graphic miscellany, just such as
.mv r.illier. brother or friend would Place in
the haiul of a family circle. It i in all its
ibiimrtinent fresh nnd original, and. what it
purports to be, the cheapest magazine iu the
i fV A npw attraction has just been ndded
I in the form of a Humorous Illustrated lie
Anv nrrson enclosing one dollar to the pro
irietor, as below, shall receive the Magazine
for one year; or any person sending us eigui
subscriber and eight dollars, nt one time.
shall receive a copy gratis.
CvT" Sample copies sent when desired.
M."M. RALLOU. Pub. and Proprietor,
No. 22 Winter St., Ronton, Mass.
PROSPFCTUS OF THK
A jbl'KNAL OF AGRICULTURAL
AND RURAL AFFAIRS,
imrrn and rrni.isnro monthly
11 Y It. W. FURNAS,
Bwownvili.v., Nfmaiia Cocntv, Nkiihaska
POST AG F.. Two cents per number, pre
paid nt the office where the works is deliver
ed, quarterly in advance.
All remittance and all liusijiess communi
cations must be addressed, post-paid, to
"IIH Broadway, New York.
"To Improve the Soil and Mind."
f 1 HI K object of the 'Farmer' is proclaimed
X iu its motto; faithful lo this end, it wiil
him to take rank with the Agricultural peri-
I odieals of the day, and pursue such a coarse
t as will render it' a welcome visitor to every
I Kaanner in Nebraska. 'Hie Publisher deems
it unnecessary to enter into an argument m
convince tho farming community in this Ter
ritory of the importance of such a work. The
natural adaptation of our soil and climate to
Agricultural pursuits, known to all Who have
examined, is thought to be a sufficient, apology
for entering upon this enterprise. We have
mule arrangements lor regular communions i
from a number of practical Farmers and Hor
ticulturists, in Nebraska, and will continue to
secure others to such an extent as warrants
us in saving that the 'Farmer' will proven
depository of a mans of important facts in re.
lation to agriculture, rarely to lie met with,
and at a coit which places it within the reach
of all. ,
Horticulture. Special at'ontion will be
given to the writing and selection of matter
appertaining to th culture of all kinds of
Fruit. Flower and Vegetables, adapted to
ihi soil ami climate, accompanied, by numer
ous I'.'igravings with full description.
Ladies' Department. This Department w ill
be devoted to Household atl'airs, and will be
conducted bv a lady of ability and export
ence, assisted by able lady correspondents.
Plan and Size. Th? 'Farmer' will be pub
lished on the 1st of each month, printed on
new tvpe and good paper; each number will
contain eight page of reading matter, three
columns to the page; size of page, 10 by 13
inche. Ubistrated wuh cut of Domestic An
imals, Implements, Tree. Fruits, Houses, tc.
Terms. Single copy, $1. Seven Copies, $.".
Twenty copies (and one lo the person getting
up the club). Sl.'. The volume will com
mence March 1, ls.iT. Kvery Postmaster and
Farmer in Nebraska are desired to act as
Nuckolls & Co.
VTrHOLKSALF. AND RETAIL. STORK,
Y Gbmwood, Mills Co., Iowa. The un
dersigned beg leave to call the attention of the
People of Mills and adjoining Counties to the
lact mat tney are in receipt oi nieir
FALL AND W1NTKR GOODS,
Yi'hich for price and durability are misur
passed la Western Iowa, which in addition to
our Summer stock of GRDCF.RIF.S. &x., on
bind, makes it one of the most desirable stocks
of GOODS in the Western Country.
Glenwood, Iowa, Oct. 23, ISad. 1-tf
GODKY'S; GREATEST EFFORT.
STM I. OSr.ATr.R ATTRACTIONS
Will be ofTerM In
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK
Thi work habeen the standard for twenty.
seven year, v lien an lmitauon lias ueen st
tempted It has failed. It in
THE ONLY LADY'S HOOK
PUBLISHED IN A M Kit I C A.
NEW FEATURES FOR 1857:
How to dress with Taste. Children's
Clothes lfow to cut nnd contrive them.
Painting on Glass. Patchwork. The Dress
maker and the Milliner.
Drawing In all it variety, useful to the be- .
pituipr and the proficient.
I-ashlons from the estannsliment or tne cel
ebrated "Brodie," will be in every number.
t'.very-ilav Actualities A new series or
these illustrated article will be given.
Point, Brnssels, nnd Venetian Lace of
every variety. A specimen of the stitch to be
used in cadi will bgivcn. In nddition to the
One Hundred Pages of Heading will be
liodey's iipicmnu r.ngravings on steel.
Ijondon, Paris and Philadelphia Fashions
Goiley four figured Colored Fashion.
Embroidery rntterns, Model Cottage.
Dress Making with Diagrams to cut by.
Dress Patterns Infanta' nnd Children's
dresses, with descriptions how to makp them.
All kinds or I rotcliPt ami .Netting work.
I lie ixurse nnd tne ixnrserv Very excel
lent articles upon these subjects will often be
GODEY'S INVALUABLE RECIPES
ero r.vr.sv svbjf.ct.
MUSIC Three dollars' worth is given
In" the various number for 1857, will be
found the newest designs for
Window Curtains, Proderic Anglnise Slippers,
llonnets, Caps, Cloaks. Evening Dresse,
Fancy Articles, Head Dresses, Hair
Dressing. Robe do Cramble, Car
riage Drosses, Brides' Dress
es, Wreaths, Mantilla,
nnd Morning Dresses.
Dresses for Infants nnd Young Misses,
Boys' Dresses, Capes and Cloaks of Fur in
sea'son, Pattern for Noodle-work of all kinds
and patterns to cut dresses by are given
Crochet and' Netting; Work In Colors, Slip
pers in Colors.
Drawing Les3ons for Youth.
Send in your orders soon, as we expect o.ir
list for 1S.V7 will roach 100,000 copies. The
lies', plan of subscribing is to send your motiry
direct to the publisher. Those' who send
large amounts liad better send drafts, but
nolo will answer if drafts cannot be pro
cured. We think we can show how much cheaper
it is to take the Lady's Book at Three Dol
lars than any other magazine at Two Dollars.
We will take a late number of both. The
Two Dollar Magazine contained 3d articles,
the Lady's Book C2.
Tne Two Dollar Magazine contained 32 en
gravings, the Lady's Book fid.
The Two Dollar Magazine contained 01 pa
ges, the Lady's Rook UNI. , -
Twenty-four more engravings, twenty-Sit
more article. aid thirty-six more itages.
nearly double tl 9 quantity. The lowest club
priro'or the Two Dollar "Magazine is $125;
'owes club price of Lady's Book SI, 117, only
42 cents diiii-rence in the price, which i three
and a half cents on each number, and for that
sum (three nnd a half cents), you receive
tweu'y-six more articles, twenty-four more
engraving, and thirty-six more pages month-
The Official Paper of Coagre'ss.
I intend to continue the publication of the
Debates or Congress tn full, including the
Law passed, during the next session, to com
mence on the first Monday in December next.
The cninimr in of a new Administration will
cause the debates of the next sessioa to be
both interesting and instructive, as its policy j
will be foreshadowed in the speeches of its j
friends. Those, therefore, who desire to know i
what will be the course of the nexf President, 1
hi fore he takes the executive chair, so as to !
shape their business accordingly, .hould sub
scribe for the debates of the coming session.
The Daily Globe will contain the news of
the day, together with such editorial articles
as may be from time to timo suggested by
passing events of interest, end the debates as
they come from the hands of tin reporters.
which will bo laid on the desk of every mem
ber, to undergo his revision for the Congress
ional Globe and Appendix. Those who may
desire to see the debates immediately, should
take the Daily Globf., as they are usually
published in it two day before they are print
ed in book form in the Congressional Glome
The Congressional Gi.onE and Appendix
will be printed on a double royal sheet, ia rov
.il nun rto form, each number containing six
teen pa"cs. All the Laws passed itiiig tin lv certainly a very cheap three and a
REIOBn OK THE JIE.U'TIFCL AND USEFUL
The object or the paper is to present, iu the
most ch-irant and available form, a weekly
literary melange of notable events of the day.
Its columns are devoted to original tales,
sketches and poems, by the
PEST AMERICAN AUTHORS,
ami the cream of the domestic and foreign
news ; the whole well spiced with wit and
linmor. Each paper i
B E A UTI F ULLY I LLUSTR AT E D
with numerous nreurate engravings, by emi
nent artists, of notable objects, current event
in all parts of the world, and of men and man
ner, altogether making a paper entirely ori
ginal in it design in this country. Its pages
contain view of every populov, city iu the
known world, of all buildings of note in the
enteri or w estern hemisphere, of all the prin
cipal ships aiul steamers ot tne navy ami
merchant service, with fine and accurate por
trait of every noted character m liic world,
bo'h m it" and female. Sketches of beautiful
scenery, taken from life, will also lie given,
willi numerous specimens from the animal
kingdom, the birds of the air, and the fish of
tin sea. It is printed on fine sa'in surface
paper, with new type, presenting in its me
chanical execution an elegant specimen of art.
The whole forms u iiiaiuino'h weekly paper of
sixteen octao page. Each six months ma
king a volume nf 11 ii pages, with about one
session will be appended to the debates ; and
copious indexes to the debates and the laws
will be made out, printed, and sent to sub
scribers soon after t lie clos" of tin sowion.
The Weekly Gloue will he printed on a
double royal sheet, in the usual newspaper
form, and' will contain a synopsis of the pro
ceedings of Congress and the news of the pre
ceding week ; also editorial and selected mat
ter, when there shall be room for such. An
extra sheet will be printed whenever a donate
on any important subject shall take place,
giving it in fail.
For a copy of the Daily Globe, one year-$10 00
For a copy during the publication of the
proceedings of the session 3 00
For two copies, during the session, when
ordered nt the game time 5 00
For a copy of Ihe Congressional Globo
and Appendix, during the session. 3 00
For two copies, when ordered at the same
time 3 00
For a copy of the Weekly Globe one year 2 00
For a copy from the lst'of December to
the 1st of May 1 00
Bank notes, current in the section of the
country where a subscriber lives, will be re
ceived in payment, at par. Small sums may
be sent iu postage stamps. A paper will not
be sent, unless the money accompany the or
der for it. John c. rives.
Washington, November 5, lSjii.
Additions can be made to clubs and thousand splendid engi.miigs
V , ' . nj . I'llUKf (lldPT 'Hi V"iriil'oiniirr,, uiv jihhi'ii
them. Iu regard to the precise degree of js pom a nf V,u,, substantial and useful
conceiitratiou to which tho syrup should j matter, and Is not filled up with an overdose
be broue-ht. it is exce'diiiolvditlicidlluliiy I
- . . - . . . . i
'-' down any precise and simple rule wLu h
r; shall meet every case.
" ' Mr, Peters; of Goorujia )ates the yield
af htvs4n t -eighth tr. iu syrup ul o2.mA
" Lab cjaUvns-thut of tho poorest eighth
'fh and orU fourth gallons. Takin,' the
averpjje,'' ve have, as the yield of tho en
"j'j, tire au-e, 407 gallon?; aosiuniuj thu yield
'' of juice ft -.correspond -with tho avera-re
.r . -results obtained by expeii ie .t, tay oO
.mr cet it, of the entire wt-ipht, with proper
. . n
iiiacfiinery, express;? f" i" ' "
have a yield of 570 gallon-j r -iri
of flimsy, wishev-woshy stuff from the ban Is
of crack-brained authors." Erie City Dis
patch. It lias the' most beautiful engraved head
we ever saw, and it contents are deeply en
tertaiuing. truly delicious and soul-absorbing."
Williamsburg, Vs. Gazette.
' "Time is room for just such a paper, and
It has secured two a true head and hearts
to control its eoli'inn the literary and so
cial world hold.." Wpllsboroi gh, Pa. Agi
Ul.r. ' '
"It will soon become s lending paper at the
(1 K,,.,v ill M Oiirior.
iWe seldom endorse northern papers, but
in tlii.t instanca we are forced t overcome
,1 r. , lumen I the N.i'to i to our
, Ala. DMlh-'.i u
J o ir I'tejuili.-'ivad.:."
back No, furnished at anytime during the
vear. Club need not be confined to one 1'ost
Ollice, but w ill be scut to different offices if
l' V Persons in the S'ates who are "look
lug Westward" and desire agricultural Infor
mation from Nebraska, could find nothing
better than the "Farmer" to "post them up."
Address "Nebraska Farmer." Rrownville,
Nemaha County, Nebraska Territory.
Rrownville, N. T., December lt, lVt.
Xotk. U i hoped every pero: to whom
this Prospectus i ent, will feel the impor
tance of the establishment of an Agricultural
paper in Nebraska, and make an effort to ob
tain a many subscribers as possible, and
forward their names lo Ihe Publish ir. A
slight effort only, 0:1 the pari of every one.
will aceoinplisn tne onjrri. ir tuni-nr incli
nation will not permit you to act as desired,
please hand tin to some one who will act
energetically in the maMer. A fast as you
procure s number of names forward to me.
Let no Prospectus be later than February 1st,
in reaching the Publication Office.
(y What we now want i name to the
Prospectus ask.no Money until yo i receive
the first Nit., when the mo.iev must ne reuni
ted promptly or the j.nperwill not be rnu'.luu
eif. In piviiig name and residence, write the
nine and residence iu fill, an I give Post
Office, County, nn l Territory it S'ate.
1 subscriber, one year,
1 subsr . iburs, "
Any person sending us "twelve" subscribers
at the last rate, shall receive the "thirteenth"
One copy ot The Flag of our Union,
and ojgi' copy of Ration's Pictorial, when
taken together by one person, one year, for
I IV Traveling agents are not employed on
Published every Saturday, by
M. M. UALLi'U,
No. 2! Win'er St., Boston, Mass.
FOR 1S57 VOL. 17.
A WEEKLY FAMILY JOURNAL.
Western Agriculture, Horticulture, Meehnn.
ics, Education, Literature, Markets,
and General News.
CHARLES D. BRAG DON.
JOHN A. KENNICOTT, Corres'ind Editor
Over Five Hundred Practical Farmers End
Mechanic, who have heretofore written,
and will continue, with many others, '
to write for the benefit of their
brethren and the public.
The "Prairie Farmer'is devoted to the in
terest of the Western Fanner and Mechanic.
It i the Oldest Agricultural Paper in tho
ADVANCE. wp"t i pumisnod weekly in quarto lorm, lor
i iiinding is characterised ny a nign moral
$11 00 : tone labors to promote the interests and ad
10 00 j vaucemrut of the whole of the family, and
20 00 to develop the Agricultural Resource of the
est. A special and competent Commercial
Reporter Is employed to give accurate Market
Reports weekly. It is essentially THE family
paper for the West.
I copy, 1 year, $2 in advance, or $J.30 at
the end of the year.
II copies, 1 year, $20.00 free copy to
the person sending ciub.
20 copies, I year, $H.") 00 free copy to.
. . n.i l.
ecu's' worm, l ins view oi me case nan
probably never before been presented, but it is
a true stu'emen'. which any lady can con
vince herself of bv comparing the' two inara
ziues. TERMS, CASH IN ADVANCE.
One copy, one year, $tl. Two copies, one
vear, $"). Three copies, one year, 0.
Five copies one year, ai.'.l an extra copy to
tlio person Bending the cluD, making six
Eight copies one year and an extra copy to
ttie person sending the club, making nine
Eleven copies one year, and nn extra copy to
the person sending the club, making twelve
II V The above terms cannot be deviated
from, no matter how many are ordered.
SPECIAL CLUBBING WITH OTHER
Godey'g Lady's Book and Arthur's Home
Magazines both one year for $3 50. "at
Codey's Lady's Book and Harper's Maga
zine both one year for $4 .r0.
Codey's Lady's Book, Harper's Magazine,
and Arthur's Home Magazine one year $.
The above is the only way we can club with .
The money must all be sent at one time for
any of the Clubs. '
Subscribers in the British Provinces who
send for clubs, must remit 3d cents extra on
every subscriber, to pay the American post
age to the lines. Address.
L. A. GODEY,
113 Chesnut St., Philada., Pa.
the person Bending club,
50 copies, 1 year, $7.",lk)-Jree copy to
the prison sanding ciub.
f"V" An old subscriber sending two new
ones, or ", will receive three copies one
CV Subscription at the club rates must
be paid invariably in advance,
fi?" Subscribe now. You want and need
"Tli Farmer." We want yo i to have it.
I'V Current money may be sent by mail at
J our risk, provided the letters are "registered."
(;V Address "Prairie Farmer," 17 Clark
i Street, I lnoago, III.
8. French. 121 N.-.asan street. New York;
A. Winch, lid Chestnut street, Philadelphia ;
Henry Taylor, 111 Ilaltimore street, Ualti-
timore; A. C. Il iglev, lni me street, be
tween 4th and 5th, Cincinnati j J. A. Roys,
43 Woodward Avenue. Detroit; E. Ik. Wood
ward, comer 4th and Chesnut streets, St.
Louis; Samuel Ringgold, Ivjisvilli, Krn
ii...U, W ,lt.ii.,. AiiuinV I'niel -.i ClarK S
Chicago; TruSner fc Co., 12 Paternoster TV Advertisements, of an appropriate
Row, agent for Great Hritaia ami l.urope .m, msi-nea i ieu iranpi nut-rum
Ijeiif r ally.
I Insertion payment in a,rTance.
Tootlo & Greene,
WHOLESALE &. RETAIL DEALERS,
Glenwood, Iowa. We beg leave to
call the attention of the Good People of Mills,
Pottawattamie, Montgomery and Cass coun
ties, Iowa; also, Douglas and Cas counties,
Nebraska, to our large and late supply or every
kind of MERCHANDISE, usually kept in
Western Iowa. Our stock of Groceries 1.
large and complete, hating been bouglit ani
shipped a little lower than our neighbors.
Our stock of Hardware, Queensware, www
enware, Hoots and Shoes, Hats and Caps sni
Ready-Made Clothing, have all been purchased!
in the Eastern cities, at the lowest cas,lliijes..
Give us a call before you purchase, and if
we do not sell you cheap goods, iv will raako.
our neighbors do so.
(2V Remember the rbeapast kouita hitowr..
TQOl'LR & GREENE.
Clonwood, Iowa, Uct, S3, 1850. 1-tf
Ohai'les A. Henry, M. P. ,
1 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Respect
fully informs the citizens of Nebraska,
that having permanently located In Omaht
city, and haing had several years experlwc
In the treatment of Disrates incident to the
West, now offers his professional services to
those, who, may favor him with their patronage.
OlHce In O. A. Henry k Co'. Drug snil Va
riety Store, Omaha city, N. T. M
C. A. Henry & Co.,
ITfllOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUG-
Y GISTS, At the N ebrask a, Drug Store,
Omaha city, Nebraska, have on hand and are
constantly receiving a large and complete
assortment of Drugs, Chemical, Patent Medi
cine, Dve Stuff. Liquor, Begars, Preserved
Fruits, Confectionarien, 4,p.,Jtc Physicians
order filled on a small advance on cost. 1-tf
Tiios. Macon;" AlYx7Macon7II. O. Jons.
Macon, Brother & Co.' .
TAW AND LAND .AGENTS. Omaha Cily
4 Nebraska Territory. iu H-tf.
Powered by Open ONI