Bellevue gazette. (Bellevue City, N.T. [i.e. Neb.]) 1856-1858, October 15, 1857, Image 4

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Note t-ngr.ivri 1 1 say Hi it i is gii-alent
judge of paper iiioiipv lax ill
cheaper th an the cheapest'
BETTER ' II AN Till: HEM'!
Published werkly. The v. hole only One
Dollar a i" ir.
greatest discovery -r tiiepresent
cpiiI hi y lor ilflcftliv.: riiiiu'ifiU Bank Notes;
ilesci ibiu-' eterv f.i 1 1 1 i 1 1 lull in I'Ms'ciicc, lliul
exhibiting at a glanc rvn counti i "!" t in cir
culation. Arranged so admirably 111. it refer
ence is easy ami detect ion i-is' in!,!! i.i. N"
panes tohunt iim, lnil so simplified -'mil 'i l i a lu'i'il
111. II the merchant, banker .mil bunio as man
mil sec ;ill ill H glance.
II has l.ik" fi's lo make perfect this
GREAT DISCOVERY. Tin- it :r-nt luces,
sity for aurh a tto.'k li it long hern fi ll by
ro.nnic: , i 'I in Il has hci a pnMi .IumI to
supply III.' 1 i! for 'i 1. Il ,1 prei riil iv i', and ti"eds
Iiii! 'o n Um.i a ,i lo In- n-d versa ity patronied.
II dors llloli' III. Ill lias CUT been lltii'lllili"l I'V
mill. I' iIi-mci iiirs rv i v hank note in three
dill'i'tent I incin'N Eat;
Iililn. 'I n n i .li li in. iv l
own lull ice toi.u,nc.
TriiM i. Tli" piper "ill be nlioiii ?S bv M
inches, and w ill Piiiiliiin tlie inn.-! effect li.liik
Note List puhlil In il. lotp llo T W iill 111" l.'H' of
discount. Aim ,i lit of the private Hank
ers in Aii'i'i ii-;i.
A ni'T'lri" foitn-nnrv ir tli" Fiustici-s of
F.UI'np'l mill AllM'l ll'.l Will In' lilli li lili'.i ill I'.H'll
pilili to ;i'i!ii'i-u i!!i ii II llo' i m; r: ji nf news
.f iiipii.iy! ai.io'in n:i;' si n ii stories
from nn iilil in mi iscript fo iml in llo" Easi.ninl
III) will TP I'Ue to In I'oUII'l. K It.lS IliM'I Vi't
appeared in print, iiiul f'li ni'ilii's Hip most com
plete hisloi v of Oiieiil'il l.ifp, iiii'l i1p-.pi li'in't
tllP IIIOHl liTiplll' l.llliolH in wliii li Hip
I.iiiliiM ninl (rpiitli'iin'ii i f !i it poniilrv liiivo
Iippii nfliTi fonn.l. Tli . i.'.oni'a will i on
timip t In nuoijout Hip wlioln yt iii, nn.' v ill
I'lllVP till! IHO.it PlltlTl.lilllll) CVI'l' I'lilTt ll to Hip
jmlilic.
saupy,
llctail Merchant,
AMI (illll.OHV iini.l.T!",
IOWA.
now Iiiim for :iIp. n
III,;.' .ll'llllllllPIlt I'l HI'll'PlPlI lllPllllilll.ll.il
! 'i!piI to tlm u'HtiM of .'ill in l-liii Iipw iiiul
I )n t inPiini'iiiuiii v, w hi i li Iip cm mi'II fin' lu'.ip
.n mil Iip oll. rpil I'lifulitTfi bo liii;li upon tin
Mis.io.iri ripr. lln roo.'.i Ii.ivp Ih pu bp.puIpiI
liy llll PU'Ti'-IU'i'il Jllil'ilulMIT, with sppciil
rpfrpipp to tin- riiTii!ii'il:iiiPP?i nnd wnutn i
.ill claasps i f pptlli'M i-i ii iviv I'o'in'.iv. I.i
ilira ami p'ntli'iiip.'i, rliil'lii'ii nn.l youth, nil
run In- Nii')'ii-,!. t'.ill iiii.l tie- f'T yonripKc-i.
llin nloi'k poiisi' ln oi (Iip follmviii", ntnnna
BTPiit many oiIipi- nrticli's lie tamiifl nu.v cmi-Mt-rate
: Anion,; liii
Ir Cooi'iS,
May l'p fouml WooIpii nml S.ttinft Clotlis,
CassliiPl. TwppiU, ('.milium', I-iniry.
Vlm.iii'l. UpiI. W'liilp, Cuiy nml IHup. Cinpi.in
PliiiiN. Cotlon (Jooili, Klioptiiuri ;ui l Slirtincs,
llli'.-ipliivl :i'nl I'nlili .ipIipiI. lllno nml Wliitp,
Drilling", ;uialtni , lp-Tirkiii(;, Hickory
( IippUh, Kv.t he.
...
B .wiry uuiM
A lip.niiif' l iiHMoil iiii-i il o" i'.i ii'" v vein i o
pvcry vmii'lv iifnlv'n'itii.l pntti'rn. I'iihsIi.-ium,
Lawns, l-'iiriirnl Alp.ippn. lloinliiiiniM, Hom
liRVPltK. Sli:iwl, Si-arft ll:inill.Plpliipf, Ni'rk-prplili-rt,
Cr.ipp, Mnsiin, I'. hviii','", Ribbons,
('lathing,
A well SPlrr'p.l nto.-k of S ii'i'TUT, irt!
AVintrr Clothim:. conii' ini: in p: i t of fin"
Dros Co.itu, r.iti!s nml i"l'U n!n. poo'l
Sinn hut Clothing of nil ili'spript'niin. nml hi'nvy !
Cbithinu' for I'nll nn.l W.nlpr h-p. AUo.Miirli,
Knit KI.hiiipI Dmwi'is ni.l I ii.Ipi sbiiN, SopU,
.tp. Mi'iim' nn.l ll u-n' H it-) nml (. of vn
rioiiH fiisbion, iinnlitip nml prlpp. lloo'j ,V
S'iops, t!ii. k ami thin, p.iliMbpilnml iinpor.Klii'il,
ifpvpry ili'upription, lor Mrli, Woiupii, nn.l
i'liiblrpiiN HHP.
Crorrrlo?,
CrusHoil, Cl.ii ilip'l. l.o.if ami Hrown S.nrsr,
MnlntuPK. Svrnp Mol ikm, r.ol.li n Syrup,
suppnr Trui Kio nml Java l'oli'.'e,as,ifr:m,
iini;pr, J'ppprr, ( lim n, t;iiri. Cjmi.iiiion,
Xro'iml (iitigpr, Niniipir. Sinitl'-, 'J'obiiPio,
Citfnrs, 1'ipps, o.ip.l'ainllp', inpjj.ir, Tickles
I'eppar-Saiii'p, Kr., -'.
A lam .tortiiu'M of V'luir, of vnrinn
4)ii.i1itii'"aii.l pi ii-"" : "i'r'i Mp.iI anil nil tin
vti'iiiiM 'ioilin:t of t'..p I'ari.i n:-..l C:inii;
ll.n-ipi. VU, Kiln iIiip-I Al'iiV, IVaihos,
Ciiir.intM, R. '.si.is. '.p.
r- pr:,;Oii'i W'-i'lily t s".'.pri'pr ot.'y
lit $1 a ye.ir. All Ip'i -rs rois'. n.lJipsieJ
to JitliN . ' I". ltro'T,
l'.iblii'i.'r nn.l l'r.on'i"'.o",
SinSi vl WaU "t :vr', N-w Yorl;.
iiil'J31Ji aVJl NEW GGOCSli HEW FRICES!!
AS I.N'l lUI. blOCK Or
fJEW GOODS.
oppiirj nt tliir nl
lu-ar to tlm llpllmu
Mi vi rpp'lv!.l mill
toi'p, iii tlm rpnr nml
llnimp, in IU'Upviip, lb"
Largest & Best Selected
Stork of (;oi.il rvpr lironi;ht to llrllpvnr
which thiv will i'll for ruth lit prlpp far bf
lmv tboip at which (fooilii have burn nlliTPil
liprploforp.
V ilon't Intpml to follow lh hiahfnbitin
mIvIp of Homo In tbpir HilvPitHPiiii'i.t", but
tiiLp tlm i. lain truth wlipn vv nnx tbnl our
CooiN vvpi'p piirchniml nt mirh prpp, Hint we
ili l'y poiii.i'lilioii, nml only aik piiiplnmi r to
p. vp im a mil in nnipr to m'kiv liifini-ivrn.
Our n'oi'k ponsiMt In pnrt of Hip following
nrllrliM :
l'riTii li. T'nclbili nml Ainrrican Clothi,
t'l'iMiltlPIPH
'I mrpiU,
Snl'liipll'i,
K"iit'ii l.'V .l.'nni,
Ri il Tii-kini:.
I'lni l liii.M'J .
Flnntirls, Alp., & r.
r.vpfV vntii'ly of l''aibiontibiii Dul.SS
(;)Oi)S. Aini'i ii'itn nml Kn-ilinh I'iIiiIh, 4p.
A I.i rir.' n "UMi'ii.'iil of 11 AT.'-, CATS,
HOOTS nml .SIIOI'.S, of ppry variety "ml
Klyle.
tin
Our Btoi-V of tb'n it lnrsrp ami pompb Ip.
(il.ASWAlii: n ml (J I ' V. '. .NhW A It P..
Wiiulow (llas of nil SiPt.
Of pvrrv ili'scription, hiipIi nn Sn.ir, ColTep,
I'ipp. 'Po'.i.ippo. Serais nml Sniul', t'ii tni Iff ami
Sua p.
Wp lnvp niaili' n rrn ii CPtiiPitl lo Imvo a su
pprior an ipIp of I' I .Ol' II always on ha ml.
In ponrlmion, we vvonbl s;iy pomp nml snt
I .fv yonrii'l.'pT. " tio'.'t'-lf.
C I U C, U L A K .
10 TH I.ANP oKrurnt IV TUT. TrRITtltt'.S
OK MINSI'IOTA, KANSAS ANTI N K II R A S K A .
1Y joint resolution of ('onri'si, upproVPil
.March, IV7, valiil ptp-pinp'ion claiins on
Hip 1 i I h .inJ Hi'lh ti'rtioiiH.liPri'toforp rpsprvprf
for m'liooln, in th" 'IVrritoript of Miiinesotn.
Kansas nml N"brnk;i. will Iip rpcoi;tii.pil
wnrnr rn srrTiiMK.MT tt.vs nr.r.f, on may
II F. MAHK I'llloH TO TltK "UllVKY.
1st. iii piipi wIhtp tlie npprtivffil plat of
survpy has not yet brrn rptnrnpil, the ib't'lnra
lory (itatpiiipnt 'iiniit he fi!e'I vviruiv tiirkf.
MONTH! At'TEIt THE rr.Ct.IPr OF Sfl'M AP-
1'iiovr.n I'l. a r at the imsihict ornrE.
".I. Wheii' Hip plat is nmv in tin- lli'uNH r's
Oiiicp, t!ic I'.pclaratii)!! must lip fi!"'! within
tbri'o iiiontlis from Hip r iist it hlication ok
this i in rt.Aii in vot'n iumtiict.
A failure to comply with this rcipiirpmpnt,
will work a forfeiture of Hip claim.
THUS. A. nrNDiurics,
n 30-Sw Cominisuionpr.
Euteringr Town Sites.
T!ip f.illnwins rorrpspnnilpiipp will show
th nt. th act of the lnt Lpcinlalnrp of thr
Tpriiiorv, i!pii;:nat ins Hip County Conimin
ii)iio ii ii.i t'.i" koj't p"i koih to pnter Town
i Silps, is, iv;'. v"o:'!ii.i ii by ttp (.'..onMiisioper
or i hp i.nmi i inn p.
It ii a question of ilonlit wbi'lherthp .Indies
of Prohntp, or tin" I'nilPil Siiites .liiil tps, c in
Iip rei;ar.pil n. 'Mml reH of Hip County Court."'
As hooii as fiat ibuiht in removei!, noiiep wi.l
bp ivpii, I'l Ho! iiip.'in lime no putpiiu uf
towns nut liirorpoi.il.'il ran bp m.iile.
A copy of tin' art of tin 1.1 t 1 !:!. sla I in p
will bp placpil in tin' bamls of Hip Coiiunid
nionrr. ami. iin.b r I !n circuriHtancps, the cu
ll ic n'.re.'iilv in I'le M v be ponlirmi'.l.
.'Oil A. PAIIKI'.K, Kee,iter.
Land Ol'i.".', May P. "Mi, IMT.
I THACT OF . I.KITI'.H Til TUF. 1 OM MISS IHXI.I1
or THE I.AM1 01'HI I., PATl'd
! Lwn Oittcp.
J Omaha. April IS. lar.
S!:o'. p!s .1 ml T.' allies. Ma mire an I
li.-vMiPs. SIhupIs una Siiaiv's.Jo'i
n.iiiis. Api. li iuiuien, pit"'T.
Ilpatln" rooms. S'ovp-jiipp an I I'IIiowt. lar
ami R'nall lr :i Keltlev.. Pi vio,' Pans. Ski'V's
ll.m.I-lroiis.Sb.o-.pb.n
Hay Forks.
ami Tr.ic. -
Iron iin l Stri'l, Ni'iN, I lorse-1, ' .ji, I .li s
Saws. Kiiie and Fork.". Pocket KiiU.'. Ha
.ors, llMtlsiiiui eoreiv.s, Door llaiiun-S, Knolt,
Locks, i..'., A.P.
Tlp.'.T.irc.
A CPliPr.'.l ftssonn.eiic kepi for houseiii'
purposps,
iVoathvnr.'',
Wash-tubs, Siiaki-ra 1'aiis, Wood and 7.:re
Washboards.
I.cathrr.
Sol l.!hT, H ir:u""i Lonllipr, rowhl.!.
Kip Skins, C ilf SUius, Llninrs ami Moroppo,
S:i 1 Hps, Ilridb's, Il lltPI'S. I.U'hls, (".. i'.;;les.
P.elly-bands, Drivinsr-liiips. ("uliars, ll.ick
trap, Girth, !iiid-bri lies, Sic,
.Mfilirlnt's.
nprpral assortmPiit of Me.licinpn, for
r.'.-ers. Fiver ami AtriiP. arid the coiunion
up,'.ii!,ts of 11 co'iutry. Cook's, J .',
S iii"'iv'o!'s, I'ra's mid Javnes Pills. ui.
liii. Tonics, nn I variotig kin. Is .f Si iinul ni's.
Aim Iviips. I. linipni i. a inl othiT m tie le a upck
iiarv for the sirk an t tlip invalid. 1-tf
(Senwood hotel,
1IY
Comer of Locust an.1 f ooledso streets,
fii.r.viroou, iotv i.
C'ldthlcsr ! (lothin?! ('lotliiaj!
A la nor. sroc
Cloiliine of tli
Stovon of vntio is vi". 'i !is, for Cooklr.j ari.J i larc and well !.
Vl i.ooiis,
C'UOf'KF.PvY,
ROOTS.
1)IU'(.S.
1'ii.b'rth' "a.-l of twpiity-Miird M.iv.ISII."
tli c .liiilc.'ps of Ho' County Court'' nrp civpii
thr authority to I'liirr "Town Sitps.1' In this
Ten itoi v tiiPi e nrp no sm h otl'u prs as "Judces
of Hip Co'iutv Court," but thp L;l:slatr hai
rpcojriii.ed llp "Couutv Coniinissionprs" lis
Hip prooer perso'i) to pntpr "Town Sitps,"'
mid wp bnvp, in virw of Hip ipirit of the law,
ppnni'.trd such pntries. In Hip l.opp that it
will fleet the approbation of th D.-partniPnt.
Very rest'PcMiillv. vour oiird'nt m-rvaiit,
JOHN A. l'AUKF.R, R.'-iister.
WMlHiKSAIiK UKTAII,
3JJ?M'i! Ill mOTi
I v.auU resppctfuVy itivilp t lie rititis of
Reli". ur ami IVuilas Co.. to rxainin mv
Itw Everjthuig, at Vho Old Stand o"
SARPY & r.vni.isit.
EDWAItD C. EOSiJYSIIELL
HAS th honor to Inform tin1 poplr of Hi
Soiithrrn District of i'oiiul.is and Hip adjoin
ilijf count les, .NebrnsM I, Hint hp Is now open.
Iiur oiip of th lamest !"TOi Kt of GOODS rvrr
hroiii;lil to (.lenwooil, M ills county, Iowa,
ronsist iiig of
DRY coon, cnocr.HiF.s.
II A IIDWA KK, HOOTS Ac. SHOF.S,
HATS l CAPS, (HT.F.NSVVARI-:,
NAILS, 1.1'. I'll LR,
COIiDAtiH. IRON,
OILS. PAINTS. DYE-STCFFS,
WOOD AND Wlf.T.OW WAIIF.,
RLADY-M DF. CLOTH I N(i,
CAR PI. Nil '.US' TOOLS,
YANKLi: NOI IONS, Ap.,
And pvrrythjiz thai may b found iri'iipriilly
in rity store, all of which h will sell
(HIIXP TOR (AMI.
f;V ALL KINDS OF COl'NTRY ."HO
nrCF. taKPii in pxrbiinirr for Cooda. lluy
pes from town or country winliini pood ninl
clipap tiooiis, riiber l wliolesab' or retail,
will nnp iiioney bv calliiv; nml px.iiniiiiiu; his
stocif before iiurrh.lsini: pIsewbiT", na thi'y
will find (rood (oimaliia iind fair dealing.
Ci.r.NWooi), Iowa, no 4-tf
L. Nuckolls &; Co.
BANKERS & LAND AGEflTS,
CI.KNWOOI), IOWA.
Colb'pti.. n iiiniln in Iowa, Nebraska and
Kansas, iind remitted nt current rates nf ex
clia uye, 1 1 i'i' of rhai .p.
Loans pil.'i'ti'd for I'orpiRii ("npitnlists, nt
Wmii-.h Rai ls of Interrit, on real eata'.p
kipiii ity.
F.ini'is, Town Lots nml I nituprovi'd Lands
bought it iiit sold,
'In vi a paid in any County in the State
alio in Nebraska and Kansas.
Notes bought and Money loaiiPil on good
ar purity.
Intprest paid on Sprial Dpposits.
Laud Warrants boiilit ami sold.
Special atU'iilion pi von to tin' ai'lection and
entry of Lands for settlers or distant dealers,
cither with Land Warrantor muiiry, in Iowa,
Nebraska or Kansas.
Wp cliaru" leu Dollars ppr Oiip Il indrPil
and Si;y Acies, and in, ike reasoaaliie deduc
tions, w lien entering lar;p ipiaul ilies. Wnen
Land Wairant urn scut. Two ami a Half
Centa per Acre, the Land Ollice 1'pc, must
ari oiiipniiy the Locatini; 1'pp.
When V.iirani.i are sen., I ie N""i of A' i '
rants, date, to hIi'jih u ' , i
slionld be ropied iM.d lei.ii.ii'.i, . , .. ;
loss in mails.
Remittances to us. can Iip mad in Drai'.s
on pny of the Kastpm or Soutprn Cities.
We will enter Land with Warrants or Cash,
pay nil Fees, Taxes and Commission, for
one third of Hip cross profits, accruing from
the Si.le of the Land all expenses tocoineo.it
of our third of the prolil s. Our nrrniipeiiiPnU
are audi that we can enter Lands in all the
Otlices in lowii, Nebraska, and Kansas. A
competent a, irveyer always in readiness to find
and select choice jnnds, Co a Fiklds. Rock
QuAHHits, Mill Si its, Minkhal Tracts,
Within the next twelve months there will be
ollered lor sj.i It in Nebraska and Kilns, m. Two
ami a Half Million Acres nf Land, conipris
inif the best portions of those Territories, and
cxti'liJInj; aloin; the Missouri River, from Hie
Mouth of Kansas River or t tin line of the
State of Missoiiii, to the Mouth of L-eau-ipii-coar
River.
We solieit toroicil Capi'nl for inves'iiinnt.
liivesLuieiiti properly made in Western
Lands nml Town J.o's. arp now pnyin"; from
twenty-live to four hundli'd pi-r cent.
Wp believe that persons pa 1 roni.in? our
firm will ha e ueculinr advantaires over al
most any other in this Country. We were
anions; the fust Pioueera of this vast and
Crowinc country and are iutituatply iicipiaiutPil
w i'.h ni'.irly ei ery portion of Western Iowa,
Nebraska iind Kansas, and believe we will be
able to rcnitiT satisfaction in all bin.ine.is en
tmiitcd to ua.
LETTERS OV INQUIRY
WILL lit: l'llOAlTLY ANSWEULD.
RI'.FLRF.NCF.S: John Thompson; Hope,
Citaydoii &, Co., N"eY YorK Ci'v ; Wood, Ra
con Co., i'biladplpiiia ; Straight, Demin? v.
Co., Cincinnati; Darby ii. Harks lale; Huinph
reys, Tittt &. IVrry ) Crow, McC-rerry . Co,
! St. lxj'.iis ; Isaacs St. Almond, Xavemyorth
Cily, Kansiia; (rene, Weire ii. Renton,
Council Illu'l'i, Iowa llenn, Williams & Co.,
Fairfield. Iowa; Charles Hemlrie, Hnrlinirton,
ANOTiinit IPRAIRIE FARMER
fl A M fl FMTPRPR SE Foil 17-VOL. 17.
U II II II V at w
1000 PAIRS
A WEEKLY FAMILY JOURNAL.
EaStCm B00t3 & bhOCS Western Agriculture. Horticulture, Mrchan
les, t.uueaiion, i.npratiirp, .Markets,
M'.LLLNG AT COST
AT THE O M A II A CITY
Boot and Shoo Store,
To mak room for my own manufacture.
Also, a pood assor'uiPtit of Ladies' and Gents'
Rubber, Overs nml Sandals of A. No. 1 quali
ty, at a very small advai re, together with a
complete assortment of work of my own man
ufacture, Including Ladies' and Cents' Hilda lo
Overa.
Also, a well splected Stock of
Leather and Findings.
P. S. F.very style of Root or Shoe made to
order, as usual, mid warranted easy, fashion
able and durable,
no 13-tf. W. HENRY STARK.
HOUSE CARPENTER AND
TOJLLNJ
AN. RRKiCS, Takes this method of in
, forminp his friends, and the public
fpiierallv, thnt lie is prepared to DU1LD ANT)
'I NISI L in the heat manner
Dwelling Houses
Of every description of style nail finish, on the
most reasonable, terms. Thankful for pnst
favors, lie solicits a continuance of public
patronnpa.
Hellcviie, Oct. 30, lH.Vi. 2-tf
HOUSE CARPENTERS AND
J"ZXLNriI!3FvlJE3.
WP. would respectfully inform the inhabi
tants of lielleiup nnd vicinity that we are
prepared to Kill-XT nnd FINISH
Buildings of all Descriptions,
On the shortest notice, and in the most work
inenlike manner. Havinpheen enpnped in Hip
business spveral venrs, wc feel confident in
Rtatinp, thnt all who favor its with their cus
tom, will be plcasi-d with our work.
C. P. STORRS
RelWnc, Oct 23, lad. 1-tf
and General News.
rniTr.n bt
CIIAULES I). Jill AG DON.
JOHN A. KKNNICOTT, Corres'ind Editor
' ASSISTFO BY
Over I'iv Hundred Practiral Farmers and
Mechanics, who have heretofore written,
and will continue with mar niliiu,
to write for the tienefit of their
brethren and the public.
The "Prairie Farmer'' is devoted to the in
terest of the Western Farmer and Mechanic.
It is the Oldest Aprienltnral Paper in the
Went a published weekly in quarto form, for
bitidmp is characterised n nipn moral
(one dnbors to promote th Interpsts snd ad
vancement of the wiioi.r. of the family, and
to develop the Apricultural Resources of the
West. A special and competent Commercial
Reporter is employed to pive accurate Market
Reports weekly. It is essentially the family
paper for the West.
I copy, 1 year, $! in advance, or $2.50 at
the' end 'of the yar.
II copies, 1 year, $20,00 free copy to
tli person stidinfr riuh.
20 copie a, 1 year, $3o 00 free copy to
the person aenditip rlub.
50 copies, 1 year, $75.00 free copy to
the person semlinp chin.
fjj" An old subscriber sending two sr.w
ones, or $.", will receive three copies one
year.
(""j?" Subscriptions at the club rates must
be naid invariably in advance,
i'7" Snbseribe now. You want nnd need
"'I'iie Farmer." We want you to have it.
1 1"-.-;?" Current money may' be sent by mail at
our risk, provided the letters are "repistered."
C'-tF Address "Prairie Fanner," 47 Clark
street, ( biearn. III.
('j, Advertisements, of an appropriate
character, inserted at ten cents per line each
Insertion payment in advance.
CODI'.Y'S GREATEST EFFORT.
STILL ORF.ATF.R ATTRACTIONS
Will be offered in
NEW ARRIVALS AT TIIE GOD E Y'S L AD Y'S BOOK
c in:. ii
Iowa; Hon. Aup. Hall, Keusauque, Iowa
Hon. James Craig. St. Joseph, Mo. : linn. A
S. Fulton, Wythe ill-, Va llmi. 1". Mcl'ullen,
I'.stilville, Yii. ; Hon. F. Ferguson, Chief Jus
tice, lit'llevue, Nebr;:sk;l.
i.lenwoixl, .Mills Co., Iowa. , 21-tf.
T
DRY GOODS. GUOCF.illES,
HARDWARE, HATS.
BOOTS, CAT'S,
SHOES, TOHACCO,
PATENT MEDICINES. &c, fcc.
All of whii;h he warrants of the best descrip
tion, and bought expressly for this market.
He has also a well selected stock of
RFA DY-MA HP,
OLOTHINGr,
Made after th LATEST FASHIONS, of the
REST MATERIALS, and bv EXPERI
ENCED WORKMEN, all of which he sell.
CHEAP FOR CASH.
JOHN CHASE.
Bellevue, Oct. 23, lS.iii. 1-tf
HOUSE CARPENTERS AND
JOiNlillS.
fl III E iimlerslpned takes pleasure in au
X iionucinp to the inhabitant of Bel'.evua
ami vicinit v, tha't Hipv are now prepare I to
KITLI) A ND FINISH, it.' ihe besi. ui.i.iiicr,
all styles of
Dwelling Houses, Cottages, &c, &c,
On the shortpst notiee, and in th most ap
proved style of workmanship.- They will be
also happy to do any work in their line of
business, which their friemti miv stand in
need of. MYERS IllLLYARD.
Bellevue, Oct. 30, DS.'k'i. !i-tf
FOR 1857.
Thiswork has been the standard for twerfty
ven venrs. When an imitation lias been at
n' '' I P has failed. - It is
!"!IE ONLY LADY'S BOOH
I'iiLlSIIED IN AMERICA.
NEW FEATURES FOR 1857 i
Ho-T to dress with Taste. Children'!
Clothes How to cut and contrive them.
Pnintinp on Glnss. Patchwork. The Dress
mnker and the Milliner.
Drawinp in all its variety, useful to the bc
pinner and the proficient.
Fashions from the establishment of the cel
ebrated "Hrodie," will be. in every number.
Everv-day Actualities A new series ot
these illustrated articles will be given.
Point, Brussels, nnd Venetian Iace of
every vnrietv. A specimen of the stitch to be
used in each will be given.
la addition to the
llradinp will he
above, '
One Hundred Tapes of
piveu mou'hly.
Go,l-v's Splendid EnrrnviiT'i on r!pp1
London, Paris and Philadelphia Fashions
io l"V s four (rr o."l . olore'l t ailuons.
Embroidery Patten.s, Model Cottages
Dr"s3 Mnkinfr wi'.h Diaprnms to cut-, bv.
Di'p'js Pn'.lerns Infiinta' nnd Children's
ilri-isps, with descrin! ions how to make them.
All kinds of Cto'.-liet .in I N'rttitiT work.
'Fhe Nurse nnd Hie Nursery Very excel
lent arUcles upo.i these subjects will often be
piven.
GOD E Y'S INVAt.l
MILE RECIPES
UPOV I'.VKRY SIJBJFXT.
-three dollars' worih :.s giren
i',l ns ioi'tmetit of
GROCF.IMES.
HARDWARE,
SHOES,
MEDICINES,
II ATS J;. CAP?, DOORS,
SASH, kc, kc,
An.1 in fact every variety usuallv railed for in
Hie West. I am confident that any one
wi,!un to pun-base cooiis will b entirely
s.itiiH-il, a:d find it will I to their interest to
rail and examine my larx and well selrcted
Htmortuirnl of -oii'ls.
I.. B. KINNEY.
Bellevue, Oct '2.1, 15.'. 1-tf
s
PADI'.S, Shovels, Hoes, Hay fmk. Hay
rikrs. l!ioa:iis. Si-v tli' and Snaths, Nails,
Win low Glass, Pii'v, Tea, Indigo, Niitlntf .s.
Powder, Shot. Cun Caps, nnd 1001 other ar
ticles to be bad cheap for rash, nt
CLEARWATER, WHITE 4. SANDERS.
IK1.
L
OOK1NO GLASSES of jll sizes, nt
I LEAEWAEER, WHITE 4. SANDERS.
lull.
"POCKET KNIVES nnd Table Cutlery to
X. be found at
CLE A R WATER, WHITE 4. SANDERS.
iSI.
IV
F.ST American Calicoes at 12 1-2 cents
per yard, and other Dress Goods in pro
portion, at
CLE ARWATER, WHITE k SANDERS.
i.:u.
V. H. STARK & CO.,
Would respectfully inform the ladies and Ren
ll"tiin of Omaha and vicinity, that they have
on hand and are inatwii actum.;; a complete
alock of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Of the best quality, nnd warranted compii-
sinj the followiiic, u :
Ladies Fine Lace am'. Congress Gaiters.
Kid Bootees and Congress Gaiter.
" " Slippers and Parodi Ties.
' Heavy Morocco and Calf Hooters.
Mi.ses " "
Cbilds' " " "
Gents' Sewed Kip and Calf Boots.
Pewpil "
" Fine French or Pump Boots.
Water Proof and t iilted-llottoin F Ots.
'' Patent Cult Boots.
Oxford Ties and Oil iters.
'' Kip and Calf Shoes.
Boys' and Youths' Kill Boots and Brojans.
All of which are made of th best material
the market affords. Our facilities for select
inj nm unsurpassed in Eastern ri'ii, and we
v, ish it diitinctly understood that we
Warrant Every Article Wo Sell.
We have the best of workmen in our em
ploy. Every style of Boot or SYv m id- to
order, and warranted nn easy and f isuionable
lit. Rcspectful'v,
no 13-tf W. H. STARK fc CO.
Greene, "Wcaro & Benton,
I" ANKERS, DEALERS IN EXCHANGE,
) and Land Agents, Council Phuts. Iowa.
A
D
LARGE
err
ASSORTMENT OF CROCK
Ol'BLE and Single Eastern made Har
nessea, at
CLE R WATER, AYHITE 4 SANDERS.
i :il' f
K OV REXDY MAD!-.
la'.'--' I lslllol;, t "
CLE AKWA1 LK. lii i T. i: S VNDER5.
June 4th, 1C)7. iiul.
J
Ho
OHN
OrTice, Bell
r uMir.us RE ID!
P. HORN ,i CO., m ar the Priutin;
viie, have on hand s!iovis.
s.Sna. es. Forts. II lines, an.l a penera i I I -Ml' AM..'
(has. tinusToriir.R,
MACHINIST & COFFER SMITH
In Rll its Iranches.
bf.llcvut: and omaiia.
Uo!i, lloeii.
ail irtment of Fariiiiu To !s
July, l , l"-";
Cnl
a Ml see. i
:i.io '
Spades,
. 4c. at the
rn i rviT. snn:i:
Notes and B. lis collected ami remitted to any
part of the I'nited States. Money rceived on
lieposit, and interest allowed. Eastern or
Soi.ihein Drifts f imiuhed in sums tosuitp ir
clusers. Land Olfice fandi paid forC irrenrv
or hilts of Exchange. Leans eifected on good
seeuri'y. Taxes paid, titles exainuied, ami
Real Estate bought and sold on Commission.
Lands ir.tered for settler and time civeu for
paymeiit. Oiilcp opposite tl.e Pacific House,
in west lower room of Land Office.
II.:. I rcn, r : F. S. Je.-uu & Co.; W. J.
! Barney 4 Co., Bankers. Diibuiiie, Iowa j Cook
.V ai'eiit. Bankers, Davenpi r. low i ; Cnt
berion & lt "i , 'Jankers. Iowa C.'y. Iowa;
' reoi'ie llll:.. Vnr'.- I'iiv U .....m
J J Rogers 4 II.- let, Bankers, New-' York City;
.-i-.i,.iii. -is in., i akinnsioi:, l. i.;
Hon. ("has. I.ison, Com. f Pa'enls, Wash
ii'j'on, D. C. ; 1 1 mi. A, '. D nU. S. I". S.
Purlin;'"!!, Iowa ; II v W. Jo.i.'s. S. I".
S , Dabuqiie, Iowa; lion. Inseph Williams,
Cl.i'-f .l'i.i ice. M irntine, Ii i,
Coim il ;l't:. Oct l'. !-'.
LATE ARRIVAL!!
AT GLEN WOOD, IOWA.
TOOTLE & GREENE
AllF. NOW IS RF.CK1PT OF A FRESH SITPLV OF
Which, when complete, will compose Hip
LARGEST and hf.st SELECTED STOCK
IN MILLS COUNTY.
OIR STOCK OF UKOC'EUir.S
Are bought at the lowest terms for cash,
consist or
COFFEE,
SI'G.aR,
TEAS.
FISH,
RICE,
CITIRAXVS,
KAISINS.
CANDIES,
MOLVSSES,
8 YR UP,
FRUIT,
NUTS, 4c, 4c, 4e
mil' ftOODS.
Ladies and Gents, call and see them, and
price for yourselves. They have not beer
summered ami wintered in St. Louis, but
bonsht nnd nhipped direct from the Fasten
cities. Late stvlns and a full assortmpnt of
DRESS GOODS, from a ten cent Lawn to a
Two Dollar Silk. Also, a few; line SILK
SHAWLS, BONNETS and PARASOLS.
I 1,0 th I Y..
A fin stock old and youn;r, foiries and
'fast' men, call soon if you want a nice fHt
vest or pants, on reasonable terms.
HATS! II ITS I!
New styles, cheap and durable.
ii.iumy.tiu:.
A very larjr" assortment, coiisii'iasr in nart
of Smith's Tools, Spades, SnoveU, Forks,
Rakes, lines. Hells, Mill, Crosse it, and Il imi
Saws, FIIps, Augers, Axps. Brondaxes, Ad.e,
Chis.'N. 4c. . Ve.. to the nd of His rhap'er.
iu n.ii(; ti ati;;i! ti.s.
A 1 ir;p hi , -i if '.' i lb as. n!i.
Sh it ei- II . i . . '. .-. ' . '."'is.
La.clies, C- .. p i -.
IT iSXITl iiC.
Biireaus. lied eads. Tables, Chairs, Tin
Safes. Cubboars, Stands, fcc
'XV We will sell cheaper for cash thar
any house in Western Iowa.
noS-tf. TOOTLE 4. GREENE.
A. Schimonsky,
rpOPOGRAPHIC ENGINEER, Executes
L Topographic, Fancy and Plain Drawing
of every style and description. Fancy, Orna
mental and' Plain Painting executed to order.
Olfre at th Bellevie House. Bellevue, N. T.
Rf.kf.sfnces: P. A. Sarpy, St. Mary, Iowa;
Jade Gi.more, Bellevue. 1-tf
Ho! For Fresh Water.
THE undersigned respectfully informs the
inhabitants of Bellevue and the nrr'u'"loij
country, tint he is prepared to di and liuisU,
' WELLS AND CISTERS3.
At the shortest notice, and rn ttie most fea
somble terms. D. A. I.OuAN.
'.pviip, Oct. 23, lVi.l-tf
J
OHN WDERSOX'S Best Chewinjj ar.d
Smnkiiii; Tobacco, at
CI. E i:W TFR, WHITE 4 SANDERS.
MUSIC
everv year,
In" thp various numbers for 1357, will be
found the newest designs for
Window Curtains, Broderic Anrclnise Slippers,
Bormrts, Caps. Clonks, Lvemnc; Dres.-n.-s,
Fanry Articles, Hoiid Drpsies. H.iii
Dressinsr. Robes de CrambW, Car
riage Dresses, Brides' Dres.i
es, Wreaths. Mantillas,
AVfi 1 k wi-; Dresnes,
It Mill-; liahits,
and rornin'; Dresses.
Dresses for Infants and Yo-inc Mitstis.
Bovs' Dresses, Capes nnd Cloaks of Fur in
season, patterns lor pelir-work of nil kinds
! nnd patterns to cut dresses by are piven
I SHltltfllV.
i Crochet and Netting Work in Crharp, Slip-
pers in Colors.
Drawing Lesions for Youth. 4
i Send in your orders soon, as we exrect our
list tor iaj will ream iiki.iiiki copies.- inc
best plan of subscribing is to send your rr.Pnry
direct to the publisher. Those who send
larce amounts bad better spud drafts, but
notes will answer if drafts cannot be pro
cured. We ft. Ink wp 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 30 articles,
tile Lady's Book "2.
The Two Dollar Magar.ine contained 32 en
gravings, the Lady's Book 5rt.
The Two Dollar Magazine contained Cf pa
ges, the Lady's Book 100.
Twenty-four more engravings, twenty six
morp articles, and thirty-six more pages,
nearly double tl.e riantily. TIip lowest club
jirice'of the Two Dollar Magazine is: SI, 25;
lowest club price of Lady's Book $1,07, only
42 cents difference in the price, which is three
and a half cents on e-ich number, and for that
sum (three and a half cents), you receive
twen'y-six more articles, twenty-four more
engravings, and thirty-six more pages month
ly certainly a very cheap three and a half
cents' worth. This view of the case has
probably never before been presented, but it is
a true statement, which any lady can con
vince herself of bv comparing the'two magazines.
TERMS, CASH IN' ADVANCE.
One copy, on year, S3. Two topies, one
year, $3, Three copies, one year, 6.
Five copies one year, and an extra copy to
the person (ending the club, making six
copies $10.
Eight copies one year nnd an extra copy to
the person sendin; the club, making nine
copies $15.
Eleven copies one year, and an extra ropy to
the person sending the club, making twelve
copies $20.
The above terms cannot be deviated
from, no matter how many are ordered.
SPECIAL CLUBBING WITH OTHER
MAGAZINES.
Godey's Lady's Book and Arthur's Home
Magazines both one year for 3 50.
Godey's Lady's Book and Harper's Maga-
zin ho'h one year for $1 .M),
Godev's Lady's Book, Harper's Magazine,
and Arthur's Home M'gazir; or:p vprr S-t.
TIip almve is Ihe o ily tiny we can club w ith
Harper's Magazine.
Th.' mnii'-v ni'isi all be sent at one time for
any of the Clubs.
Subscribers In Hit R-itisri Provinces who
send for clubs, wut remit 36 cei t extra on
every subscriber, to pay the American posl-at;-.'
to the 1. lies. Address.
1 A. CODF.Y.
Ml Chrsnut K;., Ph.laiU., Pa.
CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER. ,
For 1857. !
rpiir. Cheapest Family Newspaper in the
J. West I The Weekly Plain Dealer will
commence Its Sixteenth olume on the 1st day .
of January, l07 it will continue the same
independent. Jocose, I earless, Hgtiting Jour
nal it has eef been, Dealing Plainly but kind
ly with all. It will battle for the Constitn-
t'ion and the Union, as "the world's best trea
sure and last hope." It will oppose Fusion.
ism in every form, and battie Dis-nnion in
every disguise, Of its vigilance as a Sentinel
upon tne watrn-tower or Liberty, it is suffi.
clent to say, that it has never jet been found
napplne at its post.
THE NEW VOLUME AND THE NEW
YEARI
The New Volume will commence with a '
New Year, big with important events. A
new leaf in the history of this Republic will
be entered, upon the Inauguration of a new
President and Vice President. During the
coming year, th policy of the New Adminis
tration will he fully unveiled in regard to the
following important and exciting National
topics: The Final Settlement of the Kansas?
Difficulty, on which the whole Slavery nueg.
tion in the Territories is pending The Final
Settlement of the Central American Quest ion,
as ngalnst the claims of England Our RigKt
of Transit Across the Isthmus, nnd the recog
nition ami maiiitniuanre of the Walker Re
public in Nicaragua The Danish Sound Due
The Acquisition of Cuba The Annexation
of the Sandwich Islands The Admission of
Minnesota as a State Admission of Oregon
Admission of Utah, with or without Poly
gamy Admis.'jon of Kansas, with or without
Slavery Probable Admission of Nebraska
and Washington Territories Tli Inaugural
Message of James Buchanai. -The Doings of
the New Demopratic Congress. These are
some of Ihe lending events which will distin
guish the incoming Administration, and most
cf them will transpire during the coming year.
.iii7 io tiii- Title 'I't err ocr-n i a i? i
,v,T io 1 no ll.ill. 1 w ..uuovniuiil
Clcrcland, from its central location, and
from Its great concentration of Rail Roads,
lelegraphs, and water communication with
the world, is admitted to be the Best Newt
Point in the West. It can furnish Intelligence
from all parts of the world, days ahead of the-
mew lork Papers, ana tlie I'lain J'eaier, oe
loniring to the New Y'ork Associated Press, is
the first to publish th Foreign and Domestic
Markets. News, Disasters upon the Lakes,
and Commercial Intelligence generally. U
will have Daily Telegraphic Dispatches Troiu
asnington during tne ression or congress,
and has regular Correspondents in all the
principal cities of the Union.
In addition to a full ami faithful record or
passing events, we intend to devote a consid
erable portion of our paper to "Polite Litera-.
ture." Every Paper will contain a Story,
either original or selected, accompanied with
the choh-pst variety of Miscellany, such v
Poeliy, Discoveries". Biographies, Jokes, Od
dities, 4c, 4c, making altogether one of the
most Valuable Family Journals in the Wcstf
"Prompt to improve and to invite,
We'll blend instruction with delight."
fjfy" Our Agricultural, Commercial, aad
Telegraphic Departments, will each bs worth
th subscription price of the paper.
The Brighton, New York, Baltimore, Cleve
land and Cincinnati Markets will be reported
Weekly.
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to act as AgPtits. They should in every case,
where possible, substitute Western TJeipo
crnttc Papers for Eastern Fusion Papers.
Those desiring the President's Message nnd
other Public Documents, enn subscribe now,
or at any time before the first of December. -(Jf
Subscribers to the New Volume should
send in their names as early as the middle of
December, so that they may be reeistered -in
time for the first number. All funds reclved
at current rates, and if registered, mailed ei
our risk. Address ' 1
J. W. CRAY, Cleveland, O. .
GERMANTOWM TtLEGRAPK
the
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ricultural pateu.
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tention of the Editor and Proprietor of the
"Gerinnntown Telegraph," not only to con
tinue as heretofore the Agricultural Depart
ment of 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 irecord of Agricultural Details
and a full development of every branch of the
Farmer's Pursuit. He will iu future, as t
has always heretofore, aim to be practical,
and to be of real and substantial advantage
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to be thrroughly independent, and wholly un
biassed bt any other motives than those he
conceives to lie promotive of the true interest
of Agriculture in its broadest meaning. Neither
individuals, cliques, societies, or any other in
fluence shall swerve him from the path of
right and duty.
Farmers, throughout the country, who de
sire a Newspaper, issued weekly, and equal
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tirely unnecessary for them to subscribe for aa
periodical exclusively agricultural.'
Practical Horticulture, Pomoloey and Gar
dening, generally, will iiiect with particular
attention. . '
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not be surpassed by any rn 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 not, will find thr
"Germantown Telegraph" to be worth, in lit
eral benefit, twice the amount of subscription.
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scriber, will have the cash postage deducUd
when not exceeding 25 els. per annum, pro
vided the subscription be paid strictly in ad
vance. Postage stamps to this amount will
be returned as change with the receipt. "
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one time, with the rash, will be entitled to the
paper for one year.
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EST A HL1SI IMENT AT
Bollovuo, TX "X".
Olnro Levee, at the old Trading Tost.
rpOWN PLATS. Maps, Sketches, Headings
L of Letters, Bills and Certificates, and
every descripti n of plain and fancy engraving
and lithographing work neatly done.
Our presses being of th best and most im
proved kind, we hope to execute work equal
to the best in Ihe United States.
S. W. Y. SCHIMONSKY,
:iair? TIKis. p. p,n i.s.