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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-
-"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, mnl inofiinj' tho oili'T
srx. They nnn.'t, it is nii-l, ivm... thi
liy litot mmplimfiit or tlattcry. Tho
separation is intended" to lerp thm Mtirt
Iv moral : hut this iinr.i.hinil mjcIumoii no
limlly p'lioratrs the vet V principles de
sired t bo molded. Wo may repeat
tlwi it is hrnn-f.ih ! to Mf" (l TrU
hioh, intellectually, without hoys 111 with
them nml it is impiwihle to raise hoy
ii,i:iIv iw 1 . i -!, without fills. Tim rirls
morally elevate the hoy.", inl the hoys in
tellectually tlevato the ;:irl.i. JS-.it ni"vc
ihnii this---'ills themselves arc morally
'1i'ViiIcmI by the; pii-si iu e c f hoys, Ciinl
lironuht 1111 with hoys nro itioru positively
moral, and hoys hroi'iohi up in schools with
tho girls ure more positiv c ly intelh'ciual,
by the softcnm,' iiiiluoin'f of the icinnle
diurtu'tcr. In tho Normal fjomiimry nt
(Jluspm', the nrns-l beneficial t fleets have
resulted from the move natural course.
Hoys mid frills, from tho ntr,5 of two or
thrl'V years to that i f fourteen or fifteen,
hiivo been trained in the snme class-room,
galleries, mid play p-omuls, without im
propriety ; and they uic never separated,
except ai needlework."
t2-"0") Mit.rs os rnr Mmsouni Uiv
rn. Tho St. l.ouis Vev.arrnt, of .luty
'J-Jd, suys .t!e neamer Twilight, whieli
left that port on the .3 let of May, laden
with government stores and Indian goods
for the month of tho river Aue Tramble,
a thntaheo of u'o thov.mtiul Jive !nuulir:l
and iiinUif mUtt, reached her destination
on the 7lli inst.. and returned to St. Louis
011 the til-t of July, inaliing n round trip
of fifiy-ono days. ('apt. John Shnw,
coouiiander of the Twilight, reported that
'the Indians were all n.uiet and friendly,
mid that tho boat's cjew killed inatiy hulf
alo duripj tlio trip. Also, that the Mis
souri River was riMiJjf fast all 'he way
down, tho waters eomiiig as is supposed
from the inounluiiis.
Such n trip as this of tlifl Twilight and
tho recent one of the Spread I'agle, will
serve lo impart to our Ailaiuio Coast
friends some true, noiiou of the grand ex
tent of the trrcat west; and iiiny also im
press our ritir.ens with that vast territory
heyoud our borders, which should ever bo
our aim to nrnUo tributary to our jirosper
An Ioian "os 'CnvMir.." Veerday
the Merchant's r.change was visited by
u member of lh bund of Indians now .so
jouriiing in our city from n visit to Wash
ington. Of finirpe hisniis.-'ion en'Change
was to beg for money. Among others
whom he accosted was u gentleman who
wear a very heavy buck beard and whis
kers. This gentleman sought to ninuse
himself by tantalizing tho Indian, but
would give him no money. Tho indig
nant red skin finding that he was only heiris
inado sport of, pointed to the heavy beard
of the gentle. nan, and turning with an ex
pression of contempt, exclaimed: "I'gh!
Kiio.' iSitirtie hifiiV" rerhapsthero
wasn't a laugh at tile expense of our friend
with the hirauie appendage. .V. Luuis
! ;; ruIveririi-K Vtdantry.
It is pedantic in bud taste, lo ba al
ways interlaj'-inig your conversation with
rjuotatijns from the poe's, or pa-sages from
Shakpearo a great want of the power of
original thinking, and of genius uboui
mediocrity, not to be at lo to express your
st-lf exi'rnt in th lu rrowod words of otliors.
. if,.i,U in kk,.!i'. in" of s, 1:110 i t:ili.
.1 .MII.I'IVI f , ...." -
i-i . r...,;i..
lifchiiit l.t, or evoa bomo private laiinly,
where inattcrs liavo I oi-oine suspicious,
insteail ot'snviiv' there is toiin'thino-wron;j,
lik'rarv podanU and their copyuis niut
s,V -thoreV somethui, r,,teu ; tn,
of Deiinriv, u phrase which is repealed
ill. oiiii's i.earii. to perfect satiety, and
vun nausea. At another time, in.siead of
saying they v. ere a.-leep, tliey w ill retnurk
that they were under the somniferous in-
tloni. 1 f. nf "iir. 1 Nature s sweet restorer,
or that they were enveloped in the ''anus of;
Moinhcua." An old writer has aptly fid ;
jrnlpd lli'w kftv and ped.in'.ie Myle of talk,
by tetlinr: a story of n irentlenuiti who, on
4rJMiJ uui en a cold day, ."-aid to his "tier,'
another ubsurd pl.iaoo for a valet
'Diminutive end my efer:!o slavp,
Hesch my eoros coverture immediately,
Tis my comjdaceney that vest to hav. 1
T enseor.ee my pernou fnnu fii;rMity..-' j
Ol course, the servant stood tijhast a', such :
a tpeech, not knowing the meunino; of 0113
word of it; until in a voice of tli.ii.iU-r, he
roared out: "llaseal, ";o and fetch my
cloak!" We know if no jwrallel to tins
absurd style of address, hut Dr. l'iti aim's
mode of akking for bnull', which was as
"follows: "l'erin l ine to immerse the
miniiiits of my digits in your pulveriferous
utee.il. that I may ah.straet therefrom some
nicotian particles iu order to excite a grate
ful initiation in my olfactory nerves
Motto for the (Jovernor of Utah 00
it while you're Yvung.
'GREAT EXCITEMENT!!! t
AN I'.NTJRF. MOCK HI'
,u:iuv.ti:k whiiu a. s.mh:ks
1 l.i vc rovfifPil nml
(iic in tln ii',ir ni"l
iipi-ni'd M tb'lr
near to tin-' H''l
ll.mso. in ili'lli'Mic. tin-
Larcost & Best Selected
Stock c.r CuuU rvcr t.r.eiu-lit ( HHIrvii'' 5
which IhfV iH rnr r:i!i 11! price- i.ir nr.
low llicm ill wlucli p.ecJ h,1t Ixcn ollernl
ctcll't IlltCIll t" MlcUV I llC 1. Ill 1 ! T. 1 1 111 1 II
tylii',c.r rntuf in their HilvWlncniMii'", hut
Into tli pliiin trutli wlicii w k.tv tli.it cmr
(i.Kid were inin li 'scl l kuHi price, tint wr
ilcfv rmnprtii ion. nml milv aU flurdi.TPr tn
Clvit ii a call in Cnlcr to' n;it iry tlicnu-lvr.
Onrntock i'otisil!i in pint "I ll" ftlwinK
1'i Oicli. Katlish aivi Amrrican Cloth.
Ki ntiickv .Ti'.niis.
Hci! '1'ic t.in?.
11.1 :.:-, Ac, r.
I'.vrrv varirly of l''inlii"Miilili' TitffiH:?
(iOOPS. American 11 ml I'.iie.'NIi l'i oils, ,Vc.
A l.irpi n'nriinnnt ft HATS. CAV"".
IKIO I'S ami SlIOl'.S, of rvcry variety ami
Our xtoi li of tliis i lnr!" nml roniii-ti.
Cl.ASSWAIir. ami (il'KI-.N SV A 111'..
"tViinlinv (il.ois of nil Sie.
(IT pcprv ilescriitinn. such tin Sni;;ir, C(fi-",
Tlicp. Tnl);ieci, Si ;;ai8 anil Snnir, Catiilb'S anil
-Vp liavp itihiIp nrr.'mrpinpiitn lo have n rii
peiior aiticl" of J'UHiJt always on liaml.
In rnnrbiHiitn, wo would say ciuiip nml unt
Isfy Vonrselvp. ' lio 'JU-tf. ,'
(3 1 It C U Ii A It .
to tii i.anti rirrirf.iis tiif. TK.nniTnni r.s
or ausxKSOTA, kana ant nv.hu kk .
IV ioint rcsnlutina of emigres?, approved
J March. Iqri7, valid pr"-Pmption chum on
tin- li'ith nml litilh iertimii.lieri-fol'ii'- letiei veil
for Hcljools. 111 tin1 Territories il Minnesota,
K. uiti nml NfhrA-ilin, wilt hp rpcosiiipil
W IIRSr TIIK SirTTI.KMKNT II A JIKI.N, I'll MAY
II K M MO. I'hlnH 10 THB FOVIV,
1st. J 11 cases where the approved plat of
survey has iml yet l"'ea retnrneil, tin; declar.s.
lory staleinent iiiust he filed wmns Tlinfcr.
months Arrr.n tiik jiv.cvipt or sren Ai1
miovko n.AT At1 1 11 r: oisnnrT nvricr.
Jd. Wliei'P the plat Is now in 1hr 1!pitnr
Oilier, the declaration mnst he filed within
tliien inonths from the fiiint rrni.ie atmm oi-
THIS C IUI CI.Atl IS VOVIl OtlTRICT.
A failure to comply with this rPrpilrpniPii',
will work a forfeiture of the claim.
T1I0S. A, J1F.NDHICKS.
11 nO-Sr ' CmiiiiilsBioiier.
Entering Town Sites. "
Tlio following ' iorre'pondciicp will show.
tliaL tho net ot" til" last Legislature of llir
Tmrllory, dpsignatlng th County Cointnis
sioncrs as the proper persons to pnter Town
Sites, is not rei oguuod by thn Commissioner
of the Laud Ollicie. i. . .
It is a question, nf douht whether h" .Tud'eS
of j'rohatp, or thn Culled Slates .Indgns,' rsn
bp ronarded as "Judces of Dip County Court."
noon ns that ilouKt ia rpmoved, nolicn wi.l
hp piven. In th mean lime no viiteriu of
toTn not ineorpm ated can hp made.
A copy of the net ot tlm last Lfcislatme
will hp placed in the bauds of thn Coiiiniih
sioiipr. and, under the circumstance, tlm en
tries iiheadv made may ht continued.
JOHN A. PAHKLU, Kc-ister..
Land Odico, May l'.'lh, 1S..7.
:x 1 n.i t or a i.ti 1 r.n to tiif. c ommisioner
, ov rnr. i..M) ohu k, i.Tcd
La sit Okkicp.
Omaha, April li, It.')"-
Fnder the "ael of twenty-third M.iy,1S44,"
(he ".Indues of the County Court'' are irivrn
the authority to enter Town Sites.'1 . In this
Territory there arutiP inch ofUcers ns 'Judges
of the County Court,'" but the Lrpixlalurn 1ms
recorineit tne v,oiiiiiy t ouiiiiiKHioui-'iH : un
tlm proper persons to enter " Town Sites,"'
and we have, in view of the spirit of thn law,
permitted such eiitrien, in the hope that it
will meet the approbation of Hip Depai tiueut.
Very respectfully, vo ir ohed'nt servant,
JOHN" A. 1'ARliF.R, ReKMtet.
WMOr.lLSAI.K ,v: UKTA1I4
STORE IN BELLEVUE.
I would respect fully invile the cui.ons of
Rilli'viie and Douglas ('o.,:to examine my
lare and well selected asKortmeiit of
DitY UOODS. liROCF.RIF.S.
CROCK FRY, 11 Alt DWARF.,
DUL'liS, . .iMF.DlCIXKS,
HA IS fc C APS, .. UOOUS,
HASH, &.C., &.C.,
And in fact every vsriety usually called for in
(he West. l.MU CouitiU'iit tiilt any ol...'
wishing t; purc'iase iro h w ;ll ne entirely
naiist'ied. and ii nl ii will be m their intci
i cr.U and eMiuinc inv Urc and well il
assortment ot coods.
, " j KiXXF.Y.
I jeiiW) Oct. e'l, !.. i-if
j - -- 4 1
! QPADF.S. shovels, line. Hay forks. Hay
p j,.r) shot. Gun Cijis, and lixil other ar-
tlctps to It Ind ch ip for raeh, at
I CLF.AHW A'l i".R, WHlTF. i. SANDERS.
j y CMKINO GLASSl'.SoX all siics, at .
CLF. ARWAF.F.R, YV1IITF. k. SANDERS.
1JOCKF.T KNIYF.S and Tahlo Cutlery to
he found at
CLEARWATER, WHITE ft SANDERS.
I EST Amerii sn Calicoes at li l-'J ren"!
1 per yard, and other Dress Coo.U iu pro
CLE ARWATER, WHITE & SANDERS.
AI.AKUK ASSORTMENT OF CROCK
OCBLE and Single Eastern made Har
CLEARWATER, WHITE & SANDERS.
MACHINIST & COPPER SMITH
In all its Branches. . " .
BELLEVUE AND OMAHA.
Forks, ie., at 1he
;-, j ... rwcwrJtmniwiTn-t
IIHI' VMUII , . .. w ...
Now ETti-J-tliing-, at tho Old Stand of
h'i:i' a. r.xtLisif. :
EDWARD C. E0S3Y8HELL ,
JIAF! the honor tn Inform tli" pcoi1 of tli
Ronlhcili llistrlctiif loni:l.ii unit tlm :if1om
Itip ( Piunllet, Nelir.lK.'. that he I" inHv opeti
llir? one of th" l.ir'i"t Siocks of (iOOIlft mf
hl'ou'jil to tllciiweod, Mills rn-inty, Iowa,
on Nt in? of
dky ;oMiH. rnocr.mv.fi.
ii Aitnw.Mtr. hoots ct shof.s.
llAT fc-C'AI'5, (iCVVVSWAHF.,
OILS. l'AlXTS. i)Vi:-sTirvrs,
WOOD AMI WILLOW WAItn.
' CAIMT.M I'.HS' Tooi.S.
YAXKV.K NOTIOXH, ftr..
And pvervthlnc tloil i;vv hn found irpin-rally
in rlV slorP. nil of ehirh he Will hpII '
Clir.AP I OIL CASH.
r ALL KINDS Ol' COI'NMiY riH
T)t ("LI tdKPii iii rxclmnae for (Joods. Hav
ers from Iowa or country wishing t"oi and
cheap (I'ooiis, pilh'T 'j wholesale or retail,
will Haw money hy ratting and pxaminiiij; hi")
b!iiK hefoie inn chasing . clsi uhi'l'.'. Oi Ibcy
will find Cood n.nuaiiis ami lair ctcalinp.
(. I I ,N Wood, lo.l. . , . N Ii" l-'f
Ij. Nuckolls & Co. -
CANKERS & LAND AGENTS,
. .LLNVOOD, IOWA.
Colled Jon, made in Iowa, NehrasUa and
Kniisias, and reinitli d at current rales of cx
1 Iriiiiii!. Ire of rtinri;e,
Ix.ins clii c.lc.l for foroisa Cipitalisls, ,il
V1.mfc41s Hin ot lulcri'st, 011 real rsla'c
tiei'iiftr.' ' v '...
r.mi'i-'. Ti'VVn Irots and ;lliiirt'j r'tl Lands
bo::.ht and sold,
T.im s Sild i'l 011 Coimlv in Ilia Blile
11N0 in ti hrnrks Hiid Kansas, r 1 '
,olM lioa'ht ami Money loaned on pood
sPonritv. - , . . .
hiteient paid on T'jiecinl Deptwits.
Land W.irniiits lou(;ht and fiold. ',
Sppcial atlenlum gtvmi to tlm sclpction and
entry of Iuids for svlllnrs or oislarit ilaha-s.
11 her Willi 1 .nml YV Hnanls or money , 111 Iowa,
.Nclirasliit or Ksiisas, r . . . ,., , ...
We charge Ten Ddllars vrt (nP llnhilred
and Sixty Acres, and mitkn reiisonahie ileduc-
tinns, when entering lar;n iiuantities. Wh
Land Warrants, are . lent, Two-nnd a Half
Cents er Acre, the Land Ollico l'ee, inu.sl
ncCnmpHliV Uic ljOCStlliir l f:r.
Wlien v arr.inU aro sent, tiip Ao's or var-
rants. data, lo whom issicd and nsnined,
hoiild he cop, led and retained, to uard spr.iilist
loss in ma i 1 9. '
liPiuittanres lo ns, can lie made 111 Draf's
on nin' of the Limd-m or Sontprn Cities. ' "'
We will enter Land w ith Warrants or Cashj
I ay all l ees, l.ixrs and 1 ouunissions, for
olie third of the j;ross profits, a cc.ruinp; i'roin
the s;.le of I lie I,;i ml all expenses to come out
of our third of the prulils. Our arranu-einents
are Niich that we can pnlPr Lands in all the
Oliiccs in Iowa. Nciraki. and Kansas. A
cum pet cut hiii eyer always in readiness to lin.l
1 1 1 1 1 Hclect choice l.aucls, t oa l ii.l.ns, Koi It
(lAnitltS, AIll.l. SlTKS, .MlM.KVI, Th.viis,
Wllhin thp next twolve innnllis thprc will he
olli'red for ssle in N'phraslta and Kansas. Two
and a Half Million Acres of Land, compris
ing tlm bent portions of those Territories, nnd
extmidine ehn; the Missouri Hirer, from the
Mouth of Kausss Kiver or Hip Hup nf the
Stale of Missouri, to the Mouth of l-rau-ipii-cQiir
vn solicit torpien i.apnoi tor invest numu
Invpstments tuopi'tlv made in Western
Lands and Town Lots, nrp now paying from
twenty-livft to four hundred per cent. 1
We nplicvs that ihibous pairouu.inx our
firm will havs peculiar ailcantaes over al
most iiiiv otliiT in tins t ountrv. Ve were
nmohe the first I'ioneers nf this vast and
growinsr country and nre intimati ly aoquaiuted
witti nearly every portion oi wentem lowu,
Nebraska and K n.sa. and helieve we will he
able to lendrr natisincttoii in ill huyinesti en
trusted to un.
LETTERS OF INQUIRY,
WILL Wl TKQilTLY ANSWF.RKD.
HEFEHF.NCF.S: John Thompson 1 Hope,
(Iravilon i. Co., N( YorK City; Wood, 11a
ron'vt Co., t'hilaihdplila t Straight. Demins &
Co., Cincinnati; Darby L Harks. lale; Huinph
reys, T11U & Terry ; Crow, .McCrceiy !o.
St. Louis : Isaacs Almond, Leavenworth
City, Kansas; Greene, Weare 4c Hcnton,
Council Hind's, Iowa; Helm, Williams , Co.,
Fairliild. Iowa: Charles llendrie, Uurlin'ion,
Iowa; Hon. An". Hall, KeoMaumiq, Iowa :
lion. James I'raiiT. S(. Joseph, Mo. ;'Hoii. A.
S. Fulton, Wvtheville, Ya ; lion. F. MeFnllen,
F.stilville, Ya. ; Hon. ". 1'eriHon, Chief Jus
tice. Hcllevue. Nehrask.i.
lileuwood. Mills Co., Iowa. 'Jl-tf.
V. H. STARK & - COT, .
Would respectfully inform lh ladies and gen
tlemen of Omaha and vicinity, that thev have
on hand and are inauiitivturiiij( a complete
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Of the liest ipmlity, and warranted; Compri
sins the folhiwiuir. vi rf , ' '' '.,
Ladies Fine Lace and Cnncrrpss CtSiters. ' '
' Kid liontres and Congress (j, liter.
" " . Slippers and I'arodi Ties. ' '
" Heavy Alorocco and Calf Hootees.
Misses " "
Chihh-' . '
Cents' Sewed Kip and Calf Roots.
i'eed ' : . -
" Fine 1'rench or Pump Hens' s.
" Watur Proof and Quilted-Bottom F ots.
" Patent Calf Hoots.
" Ovford Th s and (iaiters.
" Kip and Calf Shoes.
Boys' and Youths' Kin Hoots snd Browns.
All of which are made of the besl material
the market a '.fords. "r faeilitien for select
iiur are nri-u rp.'tss' d hi Enstern ciHes, and we
wish it distinctly tindertlood that we '
Warrant Every Articlo Wo Soil. '
Wc have th best of workmen in our em
ploy. Every stylo of Hoot or Shoe made to
order, and warranted an esy and fashionable
no i:t-!f W. 11. STARK fc CO
Greene, Wearo ii Benton, ,
DEALERS IN EXCHANGE,
I and Land At'snts, Council
iotes an.l Mills cnllecteil ami reunite,! to any
pftrt nfthe I'nited States. M.niey leeeiyed 011
i:rpos:t, an it interest allowed. I.,istern or
Southern Drsfts furnished in sums tosult pur
chasers. Jiud OMice fiinils pant for (;urrencv
or bills of Kxrhamre. I.esns etrecte.I 011 pood
security.. Taxes paid, titles examined, nd
Keal Estate tfOneht an.l sold on Commission.
Lands entered for settlers snd time yiven for
payment. (u!lct opposite the Pacific llixis.
in west !ot''r r.xim or l.and Otiti s. - .
lii;ri.i:M i; F. S, Jesuu &. Co. t W. J
Harney fc, Co., Hankers, Duhuipie, low a Cook
arjeiit. ii.iiiken, uavemiiirt, Iowa 1 tul
berton i. Heno, AUiilw-i. Iowa City, Iowa;
People's Hank, New York City; Ketchem,
Kojieri &. He:;iet. Banker,, New York Cit V
Selkon. Vif "rs t Co., AVasbinrton, D. C.
Hon. Cha. lason. Com. -if Patents. Wash
ington, D. C. ; Hen. A. '.'. D.n'-e, S. C. S.
Hurlin!rtoii. low ; Hon. o W. Jones. 8. V.
S , D.ihiupie, .1 ; Hon. In.eph Williaibs,
Chief JuMire, Mim.ntjne, Ir .
C'oiiiuil Bluih, Oct. .:!. 1Sj 1- f
kill AiMW MlfKJ . ; 1
Eastern Boots & Shoes
sr.M.TN(i AT C'.'ST
r.T l II K f)M AHA CITY ''
Boot and Shoo Store,
Tit make room for my own mauufacture.
AN". a (rood a-sor'ment of lnlicy' and dents'
Knhher, Overs and Sandals of A. No. I quali
Iv. let .wrv iiiKill advance. toirr'her with a
S'.p!etc nosortm'.'iit of Work of my own mnn
uracturr.incliuliii ladies' nnd (.cuts' liutlalo
Also, .1 w)l seirctpJ Stock of
Leather, and Findings.
1 ,S,-lvcry U le of Hoot or Sho piade to
CTiler. ai iisicif. and v,irranted ensy, fi.iliion
nl)k' and dernhlf,
up Wr.SS . W. HBNRY.RTABK. ,
H0US"e CARPENTER AND
A: .' HKICns, TaVe this metlinl nrin
, forming liis iViernfs. nnd th puldie
reuerllW. that he Is prrrarpil tt JIVILP AN U
I'l NISll, in the hest maimer
' Dwelling Hotues ' '
Of PVcry drScriptifin ol Stylp snd frifr- , tm the
nHt reasouah'p terms. T)iankfnl for past.
favors, he solicits a continuance i pnlHc
parroiOntl. 1 ''"' If1 : '
Jjpjlfvnr, Oct. 30, 1 S.T. i-a-tf j i
H0U6E CARPENTERS AND
Wl' would respeptfullv inform Iholnhahi
t Ants of llellevne and vicinity that we are
prejiared lo V.RKCT and JTNlSil
Buildings of all Descriptions,
On the shortest notice, and in the most work-inenhke-.inauner.
Having hoen engaged in the
husiuess several years, we feel confident in
stating,' that nil f do rVunr us with their cus
tom, will he pleased with our work!
.! . - C. V. STOKHSi
lielleviie, Oct ":), I ."). 1-tf
NEW A R R I V A LS A T TKE
! ! ! 1 . I . CIIK.il. : ' 1 j .' "
'TIIK fSulMiribcr respectfully invites the at
Imilion f purchasers, to his l.ugciiiid sjdendid
rtoek of tonjs.cun.sislinir. nf
HltV ;oojiS. (.KOCV.RIKS,
IATRNT 5IF.DICINF.S, &f.,
All of vchiidi lie warrant of the hest descrip
tion, and Iioufclit evpresHlv for this market,
lis lias also 11 well nrlectcd slock of
i '" ' 1 ? l'"i A I") Y- MADI
.Ylndn nflerthe LATKST FASHIONS, of the
II F.ST JMATF.HIALS, nnd bv. KXPKUI
KNCF.l) WOHKMKX. ail of which he sell
CHKA1 FOR CASH. ,
t 1 ' i JOHN CIIASK.
HellevilPu Oct. 2:i, ISSti. 1-tf
HOUSE CARPENTERS AND
rililE undersigned takes pleasure in sn-
JL flouncing to the, inhabitants of Bellevue
and vicinily, that they are now prepared to
BUILD AND FINISH, in tho bust manner,
all styles of
Dwelling Houses, Cottages, &c, &c,
On the shortest notice, and in the most ap
proved style nf werkiiuiiiHhip. . They will be
also happy to do any work in their line of
hitniiu.'Hs, which (heir friends may stand in
need of. MYEKS At 1I1LLYARD.
llollevue, Oct. 30, lS.'d'.. 2-!i .
TTatTTrir iiv mTs!"
AT (JLENWOOD, IOWA.
TOOTLE & GREENE
ARK NOW IN KLCK1PT OT A rUKSII SITFI.V Of
Which, when vouiidcti). will romnose the
LARLiESi' and bkst Sl'.LECTF.D STOCK
IN MILLS COUNTY.
Ollt STOCK OF 4.KOC EKI.EH
Are bought at the lowest terms for cash,
. consist or
COFFEE, i .
! tf as.. - v :. , . .' . ;. o
, .'it RU E. '
(''.-.( CAMUF.S, . ,
: . 1 IU IT,
N U'l'S, tc, &.., tue
IMtV f.OOIM. 1 .
Ladies and Cenls. call and see them, and
price for. yourselves. They have Dot beeii
summered ' and" wintered in Kt. Louis, but
iitui'.'Ut. and tUiirvood -direct from the Eastert
cities, l.ie styles and a full assortment of
Dittos COODij, frojn a ten cent Lawn to a
Tj Dollar .Silk. Also,' a few fine SILK
SHAWNS, RON NETS and PARASOLS.
A fine P!ock old and youuj;, fopies and
fast' men, call soon if you w.inL a nicu coat
vest or pants, on reasonable terms,
H ATS! H ATS SI
, Ne.w styles, cheap and durihlc. .
A very lartre assort nrenl , consisting in part
of Smiih's Tools, t Spades, tihovels, Firk,
Hakes. Does, Hills,' Jiill. Crosscut, and Hand
Saws, Film, Augers. Axes, Hroadaxes, Adze,
Chisel. Jte., R.C.. to the end of the chapter.
m ii.m; itiATs.iiiAi.s.
A larL'.- lot, consisting of 1'iue Doors. Sash.
Sliuiter Hliinie, Paints, Oils, Nails, Locks,
latches, Class. Putt v, Ac.
1TIEMTI HP. .
Hurems. He tsteads. Tables, Chairs, Till
Sales. Cubbo.-irs. Sts nils, Ac.
('V will sell cheaper for cash thae
any home iu Western Iowa. '
noS-tr. TOOTLE &. GREENE.
. A. Schlmonsky,
rpOPOCRAPHIC ENGINEER, Executes
Topographic, Faurv and Plain Drawinr
. ,1 it i .-
' sty asndde-cription. lancy, Orna-
mental and Plain Painting exeeuted to order, i
UHi. e at tlie Bellevue House. Bellevue, N. T.
RKFFSF.Ncrs: P.A.Sarnv.St. Man.Iowa:!
Judfe GUwore, Btdlevue.
, .. . .. " " .1
Ho! For Fresh Water.
Till' undersigned respectfully informs the
inhabitants or Bellevue and the . surrounding
country, that he is prepared to dig and finish,
WELLS AND CISTERNS,
At the gaortett notice, and on the most rea
sonable terms. 1). A. LOU AN.
Bellevue, Oct. 23, 1S36. 1-tf
I OHX. ANDERSON'S Best Chewing and
,1 Smokiiisr Tobacco, at
C I . F. A R S A T I 11 1 T E S A N IJEHS.
K(JH ltv7-'()l.. 17.,
. A WF.I.KLY FAMILY JorUNAT,.
Wentem Arriniltnret Horticnlturp, MiM-htn-F.ilucati!i,
and Ceni'ral Nerrs.
r.niTti st .
ciiAni,i:s i). .iu!A;uoX.
, KCXNTCOTT, Corres'ind lafi't.-.f
niTrn by '
Ovrt Vive Iiuiirtreil rratitii.il Tarmprs nnd
ffi'chaiiic. who have heretofore written
S.nd will continup, With manV ofherSf
to writp for thp benefit of their
brethren and thn public.
" Thi! "Prairie FsrauT'' is devoted lo the in
terent nf the Western Farmer and lUci-hanic.
It if the Oldest rlfriicultiiral Paper in the
Went is publisllfd weekly hi quarto form, for
blndinir is rharactcriseif Vy a li'mh moral
triiiednhors i promote the Interests nnd fid
ancernent of 4he whoi.r of the family, and
otlevHp the Airricultuiat HcsoiiriVs m the
West, A special and roirpntcnt Cianiereial
Report or is employed to rfiP acPnrate Mark "It
Reports trerkly. It is essmtiailj rue family
jiappr for the West.
I 'Apy, I year. $2 In Bilvance, or Si. ."Si nt
t.he'end of the year.
II 'opim, 1 tear, S'O.tHl free ropy in
the person sending club.
2(1 copies, 1 year, $d." (Hl free copy to
thf person Hfiiiliiitr club,
."ill copies, I year, $7."i. IK) freo copy to
the person BPndinc ciub.
(Jt1 An old mibneriber sendinc: two tisw
lies, or $"), vrill recede Tiiftr.i: copies one
y"'- .. . .. . - v.. -v. ', .
i.-t:' butiscrlpiions ,11 uie cum raies musi
v t : I.. '.. .!.-
ie pii in uivn 1 01 oi v 111 fin . .1 nt 1.
Subscribe nmc. You want anil need
"The farmer-". We want you to hire it.
Current money may h" sent by mn;i!?f
rriiK. proviifed tho" letters are "registered.
Address "Prairie Farmer d7 Clark
street. Chic,l-'f. 111. .' '
fV Advertisements, vt . nM.Te-prl.-.t.'
character, inserlei) at ten cenls prf line each
insertion payment in advance.
(JODEY'S CREATEST Ef'K0K'f '
sTii.t. finr.ATi.n At Tn.irTiosiS
AVill be offered in
GODEY'S L ADY'S BOOK
Tills vvorl: lias been the standard for twenty-
seven years. 1 v lien an mutation nas uccn ut
tempted it lias failed. Itis
THE ONLY LADY'S HOOK
PUBLISHED IN AMERICA.
NEW FEATURES FOR l"i
How to dress with Taste. Children's
Clothes How to cut and contrive them.
Paint ine; on Olass.- Patchwork. Ihe Dress
maker and the .Milliner.
Draw-in? In all its variety, useful lo the be
ginner and the proficient.
Fashions I rom (he estaiilisiimeni; 01 ine cel
ebrated "Hrodie," will he in every number.
Everv-dsv Actualities A new scries or
llieee. illustrated articles will be given.
roint, Brussels,' and Aehetian Lace of
every variety. A specimen of the stitch to be
used' in each will be given. In addition to the
One Hundred races ot . Heading win ue
Kfua'f'n splendid r.njrravinjrs on sicei.
London. Paris nnd Itiiladelohta Fashions
Codey' four firired Colored Fashions.
Embroidery Patterns, , Model , Cottages,
Drwss Makiii": with Diagrams to cut hv.
Dress Patterns Iufant3' and Chttdren's
dresses, with descriptions how to make them.
All kinds of Crotchet and Netting work.
'1 lie Nurse and the Nursery Yery excel
lent articles upon these subjects will often be
GODEY'S IN VALUABLE RECIPES
1 ITPOM ;VERY 8CUJECC
MUSIC Three dollars', worth
every year. .
In tlie various numbers for W!, will be
found the newest desisns for
Window Curtains, Broduric Anglaise Slippers,
Bonnets, Caps, Cloaks, Evening Dresses,
Fancy Articles, Head Dresses. Ilair
Dressinir, Robes de Cramble, Car
riage Dresses, Brides' Dress-1 V
. ts, WreatJis, Mantillas, ,
' ' ' and Morning Dresseg.
Dresses for Infants ami Yonn Misses,
Boys' Dresses. Capes nnd Clonks of Eur in
season. Patterns for Needle-work of all kinds
and patterns to cut dresses by are given
monthly. ' '
Crochet nnd Netting Work, in Colors, Slip
pers iu Colors. 1
Drawing Lessons for Youth. .
' Send iu your orders soon, as we evpect our
list for 1S57 will reach 10o.(MH) copies. The
best plan of subscribing is to send your money
direct to the publisher. Those who scnil
large amounts had better send drafts, but
notes will answer if drafts cannot be pro
Wc think we can show how much cheaper
it is to take' the .Lady's Jiook at three Dol
lars than any other magazine al Two Dollars
We will take a late number of both. The
Two Dollar Magazine contained 'J6 articles,
the I.ady s Jlook os.
The Two Dollar Magazine contained 32 en
gravings, the Lady's Hook 56.
The Two 'Dollar Magazine contained 64 pa
ges, the Lady's Hook l'X.
Twenty-four more engravings, twenty six
more articles, and thirty-six more, pages,
nearly double the quantity. The lowest club
price of the Two Dollar Magazine is.$l,"Ja;
lowest club price of Lady's Book $l,ti7, only
A'l cents difference in the price, which is three
and a half cents on each number, and for that
sum (three and a half cents), you receive
twenty-six more articles, twenty-four more
engravings, and thirty-six more pages month
ly certainly a very cheap three and a half
rents' worth. This view of the case lias
probably never before been presented, hut it is
a true statement, which any lady ran con
vince hetsclf of by comparing the'two maga
zines.' TERMS, CASH IN ADVANCE.,
One copy, one year, $3. Two copies, one
year, $1. Three copies, one year, ri.
Five eopies one year, and an extra copy to
the person stnding the club, making six
Eitrht copies one year and an extra ropy to
the person sending tlio club, making nine
Eleven copies ptif year, and an extra copy to
. the pernoj; sending the club, makins twelve
: 4f' ti.1 k t. j.
1.1 i,r fluff. r trims cn II U PP OPVltllrO.
fro'ln0 mattP1. , ww ma nTnrord ered.
SPECIAL CLU.MBIN(i WITH OTHER
r.n, .fi'. T.t. f. It ...I- n.,.l 4-.I . IT
wv.f. , ......, a Ui" tiilil lllllUI J1UII1I7
Mjza.ines both neyearfnr $3 Wl.
Cod ay's Lady's T.ook and Harper's Maga
zine both oiie year for $ I Wl.
Godey's Lady's Book, Harper's Magazine,
and Arthur's Home Magazine one year $ii.
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, mast remit .'Hi rerts extra on
every subscriber, to pay the American post
age te the lilies. Address.
1.. A. CODEY.
1 13 Cbusnut !.(., fhil.da., fa.
CLEVELAND5 PLAIN DEALER,
rpiIF. Cheapest.. Fa tnily Newspaper In the
JL West ! The Weekly Plain Dealer )ill
roinmeiicn its ixtlntll Volume on the lit day .
of January 1 1 ''"(. It will eontinue the same'
Inih pene'nt. .forowe. r'earlsss. Fichtinp; Jour
nal it has ever hrciu IaaHn(X Plainly but kind
ly with nil. It will bsttie. for the Constitn
t'ion and the iTnion, 11s "ttifl mTld's best trea
sure and last hope." , !(, will oppose Fusion
Mtn in ever- form, find b-'tlip D'S-MtiKTr
every otsiiiss.- "t its vicnance as a fentinei
upon the watch-rower of Liberty, It 1 siiffli
rn'iit to say, that It has never yet been found -nappini:
at its post.
THE EW YOU'ME AND THE NEW
The. New Volume will commence with il
New Year, hie with important events. A.
new lea in the histmy vt Hiis Republic will
ho entered, upon the InSmfuralimi of a nex
Presiilenl and Yice J'resident. During tbif,
coming year, th" pedicy of U ?(ef Admlnis"
irai Ion will tin fully uiiTpH(t In Tftird to th
follow ing important and rjtcitinsc National
Inpics: The Final Settlenrent of the Kansas'
Dillirnlty, on whicht the whole Slavery ques
tion in the Territories is pcndinr The Final
Setllement of the Central American Question,"
as acalnot the claims of- England Our HigH
of Transit Across the Isthmus, and the recog
nition and tnaint.iinance of the Walker Re'
public in icarssi i The Danish Sound Dues
The Aeipiisi'ion of Cuba Thn Annotation
of the Sandwich Islands The Admission of
.Minnesota as a State Admission of Oregon
Admission of l.'tah. with or without Poly
rainy Admission of Kansas, with or without
bla 1 'erv Probable Admission of Nebraska
and. Washington Territories 'Itis Inaucurat
Messas of .lames Huchanni-The Doings of,
the .New Democratic Congress. These ar
I soirte cf ( lending ev(?ntjr ivhieri will dlstiti '
gunn the inromlng A'tmnutrai.-on, ana mosO ;
of U:ntu will tiatirpirr iirh:f toe coming year,
JiOW is' THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE!
Cle?f'land, from its central locution, and
Irom its great concentration of Rail Roads,
Telegraphs, nnd water communication with
thn world, is admitted to be th Hest New
Point iu the West. , It can furnish intelligence
from all parts of the world, days ahead of thn '
New York Papers, and the Pl'ain'Dealcr, be .
longing lo the New York Associated Press, i
the first to puWish the Foreign and DoniestU
Markets, Aewa, Difnst?r llP" e E"kes,
Hi (.'oiiirefcial Intelligence generally. It
will late Daily' 'felegraphie Pisitche Troir
WashingtMi fh.ftng the Ses.Titn of Congreis,
and ha? regular Corrpl)dnte in all thr
principel itics fif the Union, '
In addii ion to a full and f aitliful record of
passing events, we intend lo devote a Coiisid ''
erable pction of our paper to "Polite Litera- .
turc." Every iper will ccT.lain a Storyr
either original or selected, accompanied with
the choicest variety of Miscellany, euch as; ,
Poetry, Discoveries, Biographies, Jolies, Od
dities, kr., kc, making altogether one of the
most Valuable Family Journals in tho West! ,
"Prompt to improve and to invite,
We'll blcnrT lust fUcf fen rtD Jrtsht.,? '
J'SfTOur, Agricultural, C'oitfmeTcial, and ,
Telegraphic Departments, vrill eacH N wortli
the subscription price of thfe riaper,
Tlie Hrishton, New Y'ork, Daltiaratfe, Clere
land and Cincinnati Markets w"ili be reported'
Weekly. . .
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Single Suhscrihers. ; $2.0ff" ' '
Clubs ct Ten (to one Office), I..W
Clubs of Twenty (to one Office),... 1.2ft-
i:iaa cr rirty, " l.ts."
Pay invariably in advance. To the gelftff
up nf a Club, one copy gratis.
fcW Post-Masters 'a re especially requested
to act as Agents. They should in every case,. ,
where possible, substitute Western TJeino
crntic Papers for Eastern Fusion Papers. . ' '
Those desiring tho President's Message and .
other Public Documents, can subscribe now,,
or at any time before the first of December.:
Gr" .Subscribers to the New Volume should
send in their names as early as the middle of"
December, so that they may be registered in '1
time for tlie first number. All funds reclved
at current rates, and if registered, mailed i
our risk. Address - , .
, J. W. CRAY", Cleveland, P.. ,
GERMANTOWN TELEGRAPH, ...
the roi)i:r; family1' and ag-
U1CULTU11AL PAPEH. 1 ; .1
1 ', PUBLISHED AT . ' .'n',
GERMANTOWN, 1'IIILATA CO., PENX
EvTRY WEDNESDAY MoRSIRO. , ,
1 B Y PHILIP R. PRF.AS. ; " ' .
riUCE TYO DOLLARS PER ANNUM.
We laVe tins occasion to announce to Farm
ers throughout the country, that it is the in
tention of 'the Editor and! Proprietor of the
'(iermantovTii Tclepraph." not only to con.
tinue as heretofore the Agricultural Depart
ment of his paper, but sedulously to add to
its character and value Jiy all the means at;
comma ud. All necessary- space shall he pro
vided tor a fill jrecord of "Agricultural Details
and a full development of every branch of the'
Farmer's Pursuit. He will in future, as he
has always heretofore, aim to he practical,'
aim to ne , or real nnd substantial advtntage
to husbandry. His course, also, will continue
to be thoroughly independent, and svliollr un-!
biassed by any' other motives than those, he
conceives to he promotive of the true interest
of Agriculture in its broadest meaning. Neither
individuals, cliques, societies, or any.plber in
fluence shall swcive him from the path of
right and duty. . t ; '. u.c , ., .
Farmers, throughout 1he .country, who de
sire a Newspaper, issued weekly, and equal
to any other family news and literary journal
published, which makes Agriculture a speci
ality, will liml the "Germantowu Telegraph'
to fulfill every condition, and to render it en
tirely unnecessary for them to subscribe for
periodical exclusively agririiUnral. . -
Practical Horticulture, Pomology and Car
deuinir. generally, will meet with' particular
As a Literary and News Journal It shali
not be siirpasMml by any in the country.
Neatly printed on good paper, of the largest
class, it shall continue to he one' of the hand
somest newspapers of the day.
Every Family, In town or country, whether
they take other papers or hot, will find the
Gcrmantown TeleurajJi"' to be worth, in lit
eral benefit, twice the a mount of subscription.
No subscriptions received without the casll.
Price Two Dollars in advance. Subscription,
not paid within the year. $2.W. Mail sub
scribcrs will have the cash postage deducted
when not ex-ceeding 2." cts. per annum,' pro
vided the sahscriptina be paid strictly in ad
vance. Postage stamps to this amount will
be returned as charge with the receipt.
Any person sending five new subscribers at
one time, with the rash, will be entitled to the
paper for one year. i
Specimen numbers sent on request.
LI1 'IIOe-UAPIIIXG XdH ENUUVIaG
Bellevue, INT. T.
! Oflicc Levee, at the old Trading Post, . .
ri 'OWN PLATS. Maps, Sketches, Headings
JL of Letters, Bills and Certificates, and
every description of plain and fancy engraving
and lithographing work neatly done.
Our presses being of the best and most lro-
proved kind, we hope to execute work equal
to the best in the I'nited Hates. '
S. W. Y. rCH IMONSKY,
3m3 THOS. p. BO YES."
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