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About Bellevue gazette. (Bellevue City, N.T. [i.e. Neb.]) 1856-1858 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1857)
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Yostettlav furnn Sitfnor Blit kindly
gave ait exhibition of his skill in IcRerJt
inn In aud veuinloiui.MU at ih Insaiio As
yluin tt Fjtiih Kuii. H-twoeii forty
mi.! fifty of tho frmalr-s, who.e mental
v.onJilioii ullow of thfir bcuifi; presold, wil.
!.. J the performance, and wer highly
llipliiHi with the marvelous dexterity of
the. magician's i'liiMons ami iransforina
tim. Tin1 int n, f.T the most part were
still, nm! deeply inloroMotl, while llio wo
men were full of laughter and glee Out
mini, who g-mluntcd al 1 vnrd with dis
tinguished honors, and who for two years
has c inhibited no interest in things about
him, entered heartily i nt. th spirit of the
performance, and, liUo Chevalier Meu
prat, appluu led in proper time and plnce.
Another patient was an delighted, that he
propose to nivo tho Sinor fc'JOO. The
effect upon the several patients wcro wide
ly dillVront, t.oine luughinff ontriglit, and
others exhibiting n lively curiosity or sta
ring with amazement, while the faces of
n few were as blank as tho wall at which
they gaged. The company were hiirhly
delighted at tho Signer's? trained canaries,
w ho pel formed excellently. Hut the most
successful porton of the exhibition wni the
tlipltiy of veniriloquuil powers, in winch
the magician is without u rival. Jt was a
gratifying si'uht to witness tho shades of
expression flit ucross the countenances of
these unfortunates, as the tlillerent imagi
nary personages conversed with the Sign-
tor The performances occupied about an
hour, and was given in UIU2 s best style;
in fact, he seemed to take particular pleas
ure in thus administering to the gratificu
lion of th"se afflicted people.- Boston
Looitxo Down a Dandy. "Itvnadi
ning at a hotel in Philadelphia," writes i
gentleman of Knoxville, Tennessee, "and
Mtting nearly opposite Gidean Henderson
of this city, a, well known merchant, who
was on his semi-annuul tour to the North
to buy goods. Ho had two young ladies
from this State under his charge, and one
of them was sitting on earn Mile of Mr
Henderson at table. Directly in front of
him sat a dandy, who, having finished his
soup, raised his eye glass and stared stead
ily, first at one and then nt the other of
the ladies. Mr. II. seized a heavy glass
tumbler, and I thought was about to spot
the fellow's profile by hurling it at his
head; but instead of that, ho brought it to
his own eye and looked deliberately
through the bottom of it at the top of the
scamp in front of him. The attention of
tho company was fixed upon the fellow; a
general giggle began and grow, till he was
compelled to quit tho tulle and the room,
in tho midst of tho gecrs of the guests."
Sore Jokes. The supniintendent of
the Mrrietta nnd Ciiu'inmtti llailroad dis
eharged iho conductor belonging to that
road. The conductor was asked why he
"Well," said he, "I was discharged for
giving a free puss."
"What innda you such a fool as to give
a free pass?'
"Well! you see!'' replied the conductor,
"I got tired riding alone, and gave a friend
of mine a free pass to eel turn to come
ulong for company."
A collision occurred on one of the roads
terminating in the city some lime ago.
The road in question is celebrated for cur
vatures. The engineer was thought to be
to blame, and accordingly he was taken to
tafck by the superintendent.
"Did you not see tho light?" said the su
perintendent. "Yes," replied the engineer, '! saw the
light, but liought U uhis the other tnd of
A Most Paipable Hit. An anec
dote of tho Rev. Mr. Field, who lived in
Vermont several year ago, contains a
rood reply t
As the Her. gentleman wett, at a time.
to deposit his vote, the oltu:er who received
it being a fviend and parishioner, but of
opposite politics, remarked?
"I am sorry, Mr. Held, to see you here."
Wivf" asked Mr. Field.
" lV'cause," said the olTicer, "Christ said
His kingdom was not of tlus world.
"Has no one a right to vote," said Mr,
Field, "unless he belongs to the kingdom
This at once let in a ray of light to the
darkened chambers of the omcer s cram
iim, which he had never thought of before.
Fashion's votaries have two faults they
are hollow-headed and hollow-hearted.
A country dentist advertises that "he
spares no pains to render bis operations
'Tray, Mrs. IUbrUli, why do you whip
ypur children so often? "La, Mrs. tor
thy, I do U for their enlightenment. I never
whipped one of them in my life that he
didn't ackuonledge thut it made him
A young Iui-'-hman who had married
when he was about nineten years of a?e
complaining ol the diiticuUies to which his
marriage siuWcted unu, saul, "I will nev
er marry so young again, if I live tote as
oJJ as MethusuJeiu,
"How many deaths,'
asked tbjo haspi
"Nine, why I ordered medicine for ten
"Yes, but onp wouldn't take it."
A down Last editor advises Lis i t-aders,
if they wish to jjot ktth inserted to go and
f.ea! frutt where lis watch dog i on guard.
GREAT EXCITEMENT! II
AN KM I III: STOCK OK
( I.K VKU UT.R WHITE S.ISDEIU
lfirt received and iwenrd at thMr nw
store, In tTt rear am! near to ths Bellevue
limine, ill liellevue, III
Largest & Best Solectod
Work of twiU Hfr brought to Bellevue j
i),l. h the will sell for mult at price far be.
low those'! which goid hav ben offered
We don't Intend to follow the bigliralntni
stvl of ro In thrir ailverUee menta, but
state the plain truth when w any that our
Good were purchased at such rrWn. that w
dpfy eompnlltion, anit only k piirrliaer to
(tivitma rail In order to' atlry thinilvM.
Our atork ronaiats In part ol the following
French, Knifllah and American Cloths,
l'l;i id UaPV.
riannela, AlC, if.
F.rrr r.irletv of Faohlimabla DltKSS
GOODS, Ainerkan and Knplhh rrltita, fcc
A larpe sianrtinent of HATS, CAPS.
HOOTS and SHOES, of every variety and
Our stork of this is Inrjte and complete.
GI.ASSWAUE and tjUF.EN'SW ARE.
Windnw (ihiaa of all Site.
Ot every dHrription, such a Sucar, Coffee,
Rice, Tobacco, Brgars and Snuff, Candles and
We havs made arrangement to have a su
perior articls of FLOUR always on hand.
In emieluaion, wa would say come and sat
isfy youraelves. no 29-tf.
to nt t.Ar orricr.na i tmr TsaaiToatts
or MINNESOTA, KANSAS AND NKSnASKA.
I J larrh. 1S37, valid pre-emption claim on
the I'tth and fltlth sections, heretofore reserved
for schools, In the Territories of Minnesota.
Kansas snd Nebraska, will be recognlied
wiiraa tiic scttlrmknt has seen, oa mat
be made raioa to the survev.
1st. In cases where the approved plat of
survey has not yrt been returned, the declara
tory statement must be filed within threk
MONTH ArTER THE MECEIPT or SUCH AP-
raovr.n plat at the district orrics.
Jd. Where the pint I now In the Register's
Office, the declaration must be filed within
three month from the virst rnat icATioN or
THIS CIRCULAR IN VOITR, PtSTRICT.
A failure to comply with this requirement,
will work a forrelture or tli riaun.
THOS. A. HENDRICKi,
n 30-Rr Commissioner,
Entering Town Sites.
Hie following correspondence will show
that the act of the last Legislature of the
Territory, designating the County Commis
sioners as the nroner persona to enter Town
Sites, l not recogimea ty tne i:ommisaioner
of the Land Office.
It is a ntiestlon of doubt whether the Judge
tif Prob;ite, or the United States Judges, can
be reearded ns "Judge, of the County Court."
A soon n that doubt is removed, notice wi.l
bo given. In the mean lime no entering of
towns not incorporated can be made.
A copy of the act of the last Lcglalatui
will be placed in the hands of th Commis
sioner, and, under the circumstances, th en
tries already made mav be confirmed.
JOHN A. PARKER, Register.
Land Ot1ke, May 19th, 1857.
t-Xtsact or A tr.TTra to the commission ca
or TUB IAMB OF! Kt, DATCd
Omaha, April 13, 1857.
Under the "act of twenty-third Mav, 184 IJ
th "Judena of the Comity Court" are ifiven
the authority to enter "Town Site." In this
Territory there nr no sucn oincera ns "jmice
of th County Court," but tho Legislature has
recocnized the "County Commissioners" a
the proper pereons to enter "Town Sites,"
and we have, in view of the spirit of th law,
permitted such entries, in the hope that it
will meet uie appronauoo or me uepanmeni.
Very respectfully, your nneit'nt servant,
JOHN A. ARKER, Register,
WHOLESALE & IlETAILi
STORE IN BELLEVUE.
I would respectfully invite the citizens of
Bellevue and Dougla Co., to examine my
large and well selected assortment or
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES,
HATS CAPS, DOORS,
SASH. Ac. Ac..
And In fact every variety usually called for in
the West. I am confident that any one
wishing to purchase goods will be entirely
satisfied, and And it will be to their interest to
call and examine my large aud well selected
assortment or goods.
Bellevue, Oct. 23, ISM. 1-tf
OPADES, Shovels, Hoes, Hv forks, Hay
O rakes. Brooms, Scythe and Snath, Nails,
Window Glass, Putty, Tea, Indigo, Nutmegs,
Powder, Shot, Gun Caps, and 1001 other ar
ticles to be had cheap for cash, at
CLEARWATER, WMll r. . SAftUMtS.
T POKING GLASSES of all sues, at
CLE ARWAEER, WHITE A SANDERS.
T)OCKET KNIVES and Table Cutlery to
X be round at
CLEARWATER, WHITE A SANDERS.
EST American Calicoes at 12 1-2 cents
per yard, and other Dress Goods In pro
CLEARWATER, WHITE A BANDERS.
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CROCK-
OUBLE and Single Eastern made Har
CLEARWATER, WHITE A SANDERS.
MACHINIST 8l COPPER SMITH
In all its Branches.
BELLEVUE AND OMAHA.
1 TARDWARE, Spades, KhoieU,. Hoes,
-i J. fork, ate., It Uie
NEW GOODS!! NEW. PRICES!!!
Krw Ever) thin;, at the Old Stand of
8AHPY . F.MiMSI'.
EDWARD C. B0SBY8HE1L
If AS tha honor to Inform the peopU of ths
"Huthrn District of Dotislas and th adjoin
ing counties, Nehrasaa, that he 1 now open
ing; one of the largest Stx- of GOODS etrer
brought to Glenwood, Mill county, Iowa,
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE. BOOTS Jt SHOES,
HATS Jl CAPS, QliEKNSWARE,
OILS, PAINTS, DYE-STUFFS,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE.
YANKEE NOTIONS, fcc
And everything that may be found generally
In city alore. all of which he will nell
CHKAr FOK CASH.
ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRO
DUCE taaen In exrhsnce for Good. Buy
er from town or country wishing good and
cheap Good, either t wholesale or retail,
will save money by calling and examining hi
torK before purchasing elsewhere, a they
will find good bargain and fair dealing.
tiLtawoon, lowa. no -u
L. Nuckolls h Co.
BANKERS & LAND AGENTS
Collectiona made In tows, Nebraska and
Kansas, and remitted at current rate of ex
change, tre of chare.
Loans ellncted lor foreign capitalist, st
Wcsir.RN Ratk of Interest, on real estate
Farms, Town Lots and Unimproved Lands
bought and sold.
Taxes paid in any County in in Stats
also in Nebraska and Kansas.
Notes bought and Money loaned on good
Interest paid on Special Deposits.
Land Warrants boimbt and sold.
Special attention given to the selection and
entry or imuob tor settler or miani aeaier
either with Land Warrants or money, in Iowa
JNenraska or Kansas.
We rlisme Ten Dollars per One Hundred
and Sixtv Acre, and make reasonable deduc
tion, when entering large quantities. When
Land Warrants are sent, lwo aim a Half
Cents per Acre, the Land Office Fee, ovist
accompany th Locating Fee..
When Warrants are sent, the No's of War
rants, date, to whom issued and assigned
honld be copied and retained, to guard agdlnat
loss in malls.
Remittances to Oh. can oa mad in Draft
on any of the Lasteru or Soutern Cities.
we win enter l-anu wiin warrants or uaao
pay all frees, taxes and Commissions, tor
one third of the cross profits, accruing from
the shle of the Laud all expense to come out
of our third of the profit. Our arrangements
are such that we can enter Lands in all the
OHices In lowa. Nebraska, and Kansas.
competent surveyer always In readiness to find
and select choice Lands, coa helps, noc a
QuAasits, Mill Sites, Mineral Isacts
Within the next twelve months ther will be
offered for sale in Nebraska and Kansas, Two
and a Half Million Acres of Land, coinprts
lng the best portions of those Territories, and
extending along the Missouri River, from th
Mouth or Kansas Kiver or the line ol th
State of Missouri, to the Mouth of L-eau
vve solicit foreign uapitoi tor investment.
Investments properly made in Western
Lands and Town Lots, are now paying from
twenty-live to lour hundred per cent.
vve believe that persons patronizing our
firm will have peculiar advantages over al
most any other in this Country. We were
among the first t'loneers ot tins vast and
growing country and are intimately acquainted
with nearly every portion ot western lows,
Nebraska and Kansas, and Deueve we win De
able to rend 'itsf action in all business en
trusted to us.
LETTERS OF INQUIRY
WILL BE PROMTLY ANSWERED.
REFERENCES: John Thomoson l Hone.
Grnydon k. Co., New orn City t wood, iJa
con & Co., Philadelphia t Straight, Deming &.
Co., Cincinnati; Darby & Barks.iale; Humph
reys, Tutt &. Terry j Crow, McCreery & Co,
St. Louis ; Isaacs & Almond, Leavenworth
City. Kansas: tireene, weare & uenton,
Council Bluffs, Iov.j Henn, Williams &. Co.,
Fairfield, lowa ; Charles nendrie, Hurnngton,
Iowa; Hon. Aug. Hall, Keosauquc, Iowa
Hon. James Craig, St. Joseph, Mo. t Hon. A
S. Fulton. Wvtheville, Vat Hon. F. Mclullen,
Lstilville. Va. j Hon. F. Ferguson, Chief Jus-
lice, Bellevue, Nebraska.
Glen wood, Mill Co., Iowa. 24-tl,
W, H. STARK & CO.,
Would resnectfullv inform th ladies and Ctn
tlemen of Omaha and vicinity, that they have
on hand and are manufacturing a complete
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Of the beat quality, and warranted t compri
sinjt the loliowiug, viz 1 . . . - j
Ladies' Fin Lace and Congress Gaiter. 1
" Kid Bootee and Congress Gaiter.
" Slippers and Parodi Ties.
" Heavy Morocco and Calf Bootees.
Misses " "
Gents' Sewed Kip and Calf Boots.
" Fine French or rump Boots.
" Water Proof and Quilted-Bottom T jots
" Patent Calf Boots.
" Oxford Ties and Gaiters.
" Kip and Calf Shoes.
Bova' and Youths' Kin Boots and Bro-an.
All or which ar made or th best material
th market affords. Our facilities for select
ing are unsurpassed in Eastern cities, aud w
wish ii uiiiinriiy uuaersiooa nii we
Warrant Every Article We SelL
We have the best of workmen in our em
ploy. Every style of Boot or Shoe made to
order, and warranted an easy and fashionable
no 13-tf W. II. STARK A CO.
Greene, Weare & Benton,
T) ANKERS, DEALERS IN EXCHANGE,
XJ and I .and Agents. Council Bluff, lowa,
Notes and Bills collected anil remitted to ani
part of th I nited State. Money received oa
ueposii, and interest allowed, t.aatern oi
Southern Drafts furnished In sums to suit pur
chasers. I .and Office funds paid for Currency
or bills of Exchange. Loan effected on good
security. Taxes paid, titles examined, and
Heal t.state bought and sold on Commission.
Laiult entered for settlers and time given for
('a)uieut. tiiiii e opjKxite the Pacina House
lu west lower room of Land Office. '
RetraaitMccsi V. 8. Jeauo A Co. 1 W. J
Barney A Co., Banktrs, Dubuque, Iowa ; Cook
as. argenc, naniters. Davenport, lowa 1 Cul
berton A Reno. Banker. Iowa Citv. Iowa
People's Bank, New York City t ketchein
nogers it, De.inec, nankere, isew York City
SelktMi, Wiu ra A Co., Washinrton. D. C.
Hon. Cbas. 1 taaon, Com. a Patents, Wash
ington.. I). C. t Jln. A. l)i,'e, 8. U. 8
liurlinct"!!, lowa; lion. n. v. Junes. S.
S , Duhunue, lowa ) Hon. Joseph Williams
Chief Jlistire, Musratine, I a.
Council Bluffs, Of. 23, I tf
Eastern Boots & Shoes
SELLING AT COST
AT THE OMAHA CITY
Boot and Shoo Storo,
To make room for my own manufacture.
Also, a good assortment of toadies' and Gentt
Rubber, Over and Sandal of A. No. 1 quali
ty, at a very small advance, together with a
tnmnlet assortment of work of mtowi man
ufacture, including Ladles' and Went' uunaio
Alio, a well selected Stock of
Leather and Findings.
P. H. .Ever vat vU of Root or 8ho made t
order, a usual, and warranted easy, rainion
nie ana durable.
nol3-tf. W. HENRY STARK.
HOUSE CARPENTER AND
A N. BRIGOS. Take this method of In
11. formlns "his friends, and the public
generally, that he is prepared loUVlLU Au
t in ish, to trie beat manner 4
Of every description of style and finish, on th
most reasonable term. Thankful for past
favors, h solicits a continuance or public
Ilellevue, Oct. 30, 1856. 2-lf
HOUSE CARPENTERS AND
WE would respectfully Inform the Inhabl
tant of Bellevue and vicinity that w are
prepared to ERECT and FINISH
Buildings- of all Descriptions,
On the shortest notice, and in the most work
menlike manner. Having been engaged In th
business several years, we feel confident in
stating, that all who favor us with their cus
tom, will b pleased who our work.
C. P. 8TORR3
B-Hevue, Oct 23, 1856. 1-tf
NEW ARRIVALS AT THE
THE Subscriber respectfully invite th at
tention of purchasers, Co bis large and splendid
stock or lioods, consisting or
DRY OOODS, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, HATS, ,
PATENT MEDICINES, &e., &e.
All of which he warrants of the best descrip
tion, and bought expressly for this market
tie Das also a well selected stock or
Made after the LATEST FASHIONS, of the
BEST MATERIALS, and by EXPERI
ENCED WORKMEN, all of which he sell
CHEAP FOR CASH. ,
Bellevue, Oct. 23, 1850. 1-tf
HOUSE CARPENTERS AND
rilHE undersigned takes pleasure in an
JL nouncing to the inhabitant of Bellevue
and viclnltv, that they aro now prepared to
HUIL.U A.iii rmioii, in me ueai manner,
It Styles of ..
Swelling Houses, Cottages, &c, &c
On the shortest notice, and in th most a
proved style of workmanship. They will
also happy to do any work in their lin of
business, wnicn uieir rrienas mav stand
need of. M Vr.HS at HIL.L.I AKJJ.
Bellevue, Oct. 30, 185o 2-tf
LATE ARRIV ALII
AT GLENWOOD, IOWA.
TOOTLE & GREENE
ARE NOW IM RECEIPT OF A FBESII Sl'tPLT OF
Which, when complete, will compose the
LARGEST and best SELECTED STOCK
IN MILLS COUNTY.
Ot'U STOCK OF GROCERIES
Ar bought at th lowest terms tor cash,
RICE, ' ' '
CURRANTS, I )
. ; . FRUIT,
NUTS, Ac, Ac, Af
Ladies and Gents, call and see them, and
pric for yourselves. They hav not bees
summered and wintered in St. Louis, but
bought and shipped direct from th Easteri.
ciues. juate styles ana a run assortment oi
DRESS GOODS, from a ten cent Lawn to a
Two Dollar Silk. Also, a few fine SILK
SHAWLS, BONNETS and PARASOLS.
A fin atock old and voung, fogies and
'fist' men, call soon If yon want a nice coat
vt or pant, on reasonable term.
New styles, cheap and durable.
A very large assortment, consisting in part
. C. .I.I.J. Va..I. (n,J.. CV...nl.
VI oiuiui o uii.il,., uiiu.BI., I Ul ...
Rakes, Hoes, Bells, Mill, Crosscut, and Hand
Saws, Files, Augers, Axes, Broadaxes, Adze,
Cmsele, ate., fcc, to tne end of tn enapter.
A large lot, consisting of Tin Doors, Sash.
Shutter Blinds, Paints. Oils, Nails, Locks,
Latcnes, uias, nitty, ate.
Bureaus, Bedsteads, Tables, Chairs, Tin
Safes, Cubboar, stand, fcc.
(XV W will sell cheaper for cash thar
any hous u western lowa.
no8-tf. TOOTLE A GREENE.
A. Sohimonsky, .
rrtOPOGRAPHIC ENGINEER, Executes
J. Topographic, Fancy and Plain Drawing
of every style and description. Fancy, Orna
mental and Plain Painting executed to order.
Office at th Bellevue House, Bellevue, N. T.
Reference. : P. A. Sarpy, St. Mary, Iowa;
Judg GiWaor, Bellevue. 1-ta
Ho! For Fresh Water.
THE undersigned respectfully informs the
inhabitants of Bellevue and th surrounding
couutry, that be is prepared to dig and finish,
WELLS AND CISTERNS,
At th iliortest notice, and on th most rea
son a hie term. D. A. LOGAN.
HHIevne, Oct. 23, 185rt. 1-tf
JOHN ANDERSON'S Best Chewing and
el Smoking Tobacco, at
CLEARWATER, WHITE A 'ANPTRH.
FOR 1857 VOL. 17. .
A WEEKLY FAMILY JOURNAL.
Western Agriculture, Horticulture, Mechan
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Over Five Hundred Practical Farmer and
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Painting on Glass. Patchwork. The Dress
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and Morning Dresses.
Dresses for Infants and Young Misses,
Bovs' Dresses, Capes and Cloaks of Fur in
season, Patterns for Needle-work of all kinds
and patterns to cut dresses by ar given
Crochet and Netting Work in Colors, Slip
pers in Colors.
Drawing Lessons for Youth
Send in your orders soon, as we expect our
list for 1857 will reach 100,000 copies. The
best plan of subscribing Is to send your money
direct to th publisher. Those who send
large amounts had better send drafts, but
notes will answer IX draits cannot be pro
cured. We think w can show how much cheaper
it Is to take the Lady's Book at Three Uol
larsthan any other magazine at Two Dollars,
We will take a late number of both. The
Two Dollar Magazine contained 36 article,
the Lady's Book Wi. '
The Two Dollar Magazine contained 32 en
pravincs. th Ladv's Book 5A.
The Two Dollar Magazine contained 64 pa
ges, the Lady's Book 100.
Twenty-four more engravings, twenty aix
more articles, ana tnirty-six more page,
nearly double th ouantitv. The lowest club
pric of the Two Dollar Magazine is $1,23 ,
lowest club price of Lady's Book $1,67, only
cents oinerence in uie price, wuicn is tnree
and a halt cent on each number, and for that
sum (three and a half cents), you receive
twenty-six more articles, twenty-four more
engraving, and thirty-six more pages month
ly certainly a very cheap three and a half
cent' worth. This view of th ease has
probably never before been presented, hut it is
a true statement, wnicn any lady can con'
viace herself of br comparing the two maga
TERMS, CAShTn ADVANCE.
On copy, one year, $3. Two copies, one
year, $:. inre copiei, on year, o,
Fiv copies one year, and an extra copy to
th peron sending tb club, making sis
Vi " T ' . L
Eight copies one rear and an extra eopy to
trk rkBsiAn. BaataHin lha. HakUa 1..
o ww "iain8
Eleven copies one year, and an extra copy to
" -"., ,
k5- iT: .k v.
from, no matter how many are ordered,
l.V """"I W U"WKU
SPECIAL CLUBBING WITH OTHER
Godey's Lady's Book and Arthur's Home
Magazines both one year for $3 50.
Godey's Lady' Book and Harper's Maga
zin both one year for $4 iWl.
Godev'a Idy'i Book, Harper's Magazine,
and Arthur' Horn Magazine one year $n.
The above is th only way wt can club with
Th mnnev must all sent at on tira for
anv or tn ciun.
Subscribers in th British Province who
ena lor clubs, must remit 36 cents extra oa
every subscriber, to pay th A at eric in post-
age to the lines. Address.
L. A. GODEY.
113 Cbt.not St., Pbilsda., Fa.
CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER.
UOr 1U57. . i
TtMlK Ch4peat Family Newspaper ia tho
1 West I The Weekly Plain baaler will
commence its Sixteenth Volume on th 1st day
of January, ism, it win eontina tn same
Independent, Jocoe; Fearless, Fighting Jour-,
nal it has ever been, Dealing Plainly but kind-
ly with all. It Will battle for th Constitu
tion and th Union, a "the world's best trea
sure and last hope." It will oppose Fusion
ism In every form, and batti DU-unlon la.
every disguise. Of its vigilance as a Sentinel
upoa me watcn-tower 01 L.iDeny, 11 is ausn
e'ent to ssy, that it has never yet been found
napping at Its post.
THE NEW VULUMK ANU lilt ISEMf
The New Volame will comment with a
New Year, big with Important events. A
new leaf in the history of this Republic will
b entered, upon Uia Inauguration of a Bew
President and Vice president. During Uj
......(, ., j I I Yc
tration will be fully unveiled In regard to tb
following important ana exciting nauonai
topics 1 1 ne inai setticmeni 01 uie ivaniat
n,'n;n..llw ...l.lh Iha wlinl. Slave
Difficulty, on which th whol Slavery Ques
tion in the Territories is pending The Final
Settlement or the Central American wuestion,
as against th claims of England Our Rigkt
or Transit Across the isthmus, ami tne recog
nition and raaintalnanc of th Walker Re
public in Nicaragua The Danish Sound Duta
The Acquisition of Cuba The Annexation
of the Sandwich Islands Th Admission of
Minnesota as a State Admission of Oregon
Admission of Utah, with or without Poly.
amy Admission of Kansas, witn or wtinout
laverv Probable Admission of Nebraska
and Washington Territories Th Inaugural
Message of James Buchanan Th Doings of
the New Democratic Congress. These ar
ome of the leadine events which will diatwi-
cuish the lncominc Administration, and most
l.v in . ' j...: tw -
mem wm irnBinrc m 1, w.-v......g t.i,
AOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE I
Cleveland, from its central location, and
i . . . . t . : , r, I -
irom its greai concentration m nmai,
lciegranun, nn mitr iunuiuun,nwi "
the world, is admitted to be th Best News
Point in the West It can furnish intelligence
from all parts of the world, days ahead of th.
New York Papers, snd the I'lain ueaier,
longing to th New York Associated Press, is
the first to publish th Foreign and Domestic
Markets. News. Disasters upon the Uke.
l,,i: .1 ..,ll I.
SBIIU IIUI IHtClliaciH.t K- - w a ; at
will have Daily Telegraphic Dispatches from
Washington during tne Session of Congress,'
and has regular Correspondent in all, th
principal ernes oi uie unnnn
In addition to a full and faithful record of
passing events, we intend to devote a consid
erable portion of our paper to "Polite Lltera
tur." Every Paper will contala a Story,
either original or selected, accompanied with
the choicest variety of Miscellany, such sa
roetry, recoveries. Biographies, joices, ua
dities, Ac, Ac, making altogether one of th
most Valuable Family Journals in th We.tt
"irompt to Improve and to invite,
We'll blend Instruction with delight."
(tST Our Agricultural,' Commercial,' and
Telegraphic Departments, will each b wort,
the subscription price of tne paper.
The Brighton, New York, Baltimore, Cleve
land and Cincinnati Marketa will b reported
Single Subscribers,... $2.00
Clubs of Ten (to one OUie), 1.50
Clubs of Twenty (to one Office),... 1.2
Clubs of Fifty, " . " ...1.00
Pav invariably in advance. To tb gettir
up of a Club, one copy gratis.
Post-Masters are especially requested
to act as Agents. They should In every case,
where possible, substitme Western Demo
cratic Papers for Eastern Fusion Papers. ,.
Those desiring the President's Message and
other Public Documents, can- subscribe iw,
or at any time before the first of December.
Subscribers to the New Volume should
endin their names as early a the middle of
December, so that they may be registered in
time for the first number. All funds reclvsd
at current rate, and if registered, mailed i
our risk. Address
J. W. GRAY, Cleveland, O.
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tention of the Editor and Proprietor of th
"Germantown Telegraph," not only to con
tinue as heretofore the Agricultural Depart
ment or his paper, but sedulously to add to
its character and value by all the means at
command. All necessary space shall be pro
vided for a ful (record of Agricultural Details
and a full development of every branch of th
Farmer' Pursuit. He will in future, a h
ha always heretofore, aim to be pn:ticat
and to D or real and substantial advantage
to husbandry. His course, also, will continue
to be thoroughly independent, and wholly tin
biassed by any other motives than tho h
conceives to be promotive of tb true interest
or Agriculture in it broadest meaning. Neither
Individuals, cliques, societies, or any other in
fluence shall swerve him froia th path of
right and duty.
carmera, throughout the country, who d-
ir Newsnaner. iaaiieil ivlrlv. anrl .ahiIi
to any other family news and literary journal
published, which makes Agriculture a apecl-
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I in f ulfill .rv ronHitim,. ani r.n.r i .....
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periodical exclusively agricultural. .
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attention. A a Literary and News Journal it shalP
not be surpassed by any in the country
Neatly printed on good paper, of th largest
class, it shall continue to be one of the hand
somest newspapers of the day.
Every Family, in town or country, wbetner
they take other papers or not, will find th
Lral benefit, twice tie amount of subscription,
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TOWN PLATS, Maps,.Sktchei, Heading
of Letter,. Bill and' Certificate, and
very description of plain and fancy engraving"
and lithographing work neatly done.
Our presses being of th best and most im
proved kindi W flop to execute work qsl
to th best in the United States.
S. W. T. SCHIMONSKY,
3mH THOR. P. BOTES.
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