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Or. The Toiler Com idal.
Tooa i-4if tohirc u .N'..r Prcnnivt
agmut Coinitr 'tiling li tnk .Vum '
lti:.l! 1U.AIM! RCAI)'.!!
6nbscnbel Babionbet 8abijrib!
JOHN S. DVC In tlio Author.andthe Bank
Not ri.guvers all sy thai he it the greatest
judge of p i jf r mo iry' livlnc.
CHEATCR Til VN THE CHEAPEST!
. be iter than the besti
Published weekly. The whel only One
PolUr a Vrir.
GRItATElT DISCOVERY of the present
century for detceilng counterfeit Hank Notes;
describing every ('.limine bill In existence, mid
rliilu!iiig nt a 'glance every counterfeit In fir
f illation. Arranged so admirably th.it refer
ence is r.iiv ami dctec'.l.i i l;i'a:.ine,mi. No
pVes toll lot up, Init so simplified ami arranged
thit t'e ni'irh in1, hinker ami lumlnesg man
can ire ail at a giant.
It h;n taken v im t.i make prrfct this
our: a r discovery. The Mrut
sily fur amh a work his lor:; bee felt by
commercial men. It lids been published to
supply Hi. call for S'irh a preventive, and needs
but to l' known to he universally patronized.
It dors mete thin Ins ever beun iittcrnp'.ed hy
man. It describes every hank nn't In three
iti.ferert I ini i f English. French and Ger
Linn. Tims eich may read the tame lu hi
own nstive tongue. 1 ,
Tcmms. Tli p.ipcr will he about C hy 12
Inches, and will contain the most p.-rfect li.mk
Note Lm published, together wiili th r.ii of
I'lsi-onnt. Also a UdloC all the private Hank-
its In America.
A complete tuinmnrv of the Finances of
Europe, and America will he pnlilUhcd in each
edition, together with all the Imiinit.int news
of the day! AIo INI I. REN lll'G STORIES
from an old manuscript found in Hie East, and
no where else to be'foun.l. It has never yet
appeared in print, and furnishes the maul com
plete history of Oriental Life, and describing
the most perplexing poMUitns la which the
Ladies and gentlemen of that country -Lave
been to often found. Th" Htories will con
tinue throughout the whole year, and will
prove (he most entertaluin ne'r offered to the
P. A. SARPY,
Wholesalo & Kctiil Merchant, '
consra or maim and cm.iicnv erstr.Ti,
ST. MAUY, IOWA.
H AS iust received and now has for sale a
lares assortment of selected meicliHiidise
adapted to the wants of all in this new and
thrl ing community, which be can sell ascbasp
as can he od'ereJ elsewhere 10 high upon the
Missouri river. His goods hsve been selected
by an experienced purchaser, with special
refrence to the circumstances and wants of
all classes of settlen In a new country. La
dies and gentlemen, children mid youth, all
can be supplied. Call and se for yourselves.
Ills stock consists of the following, among a
great many other articles he cannot bow enu
merate; Ainoiig his
MiT be found Aoolun and Satinet Cloths,
t.assinets, Tweeds, Cashmeres, J.inseya,
Flni..iel, Wed, White, Gray and Blue. Caspian
I'laid', Cotton Goods, Sheetincs and Shirtiu)ts,
Pleached and Unbleached, Itlne and U'ntte,
Drillings, Osnaburg, Ded-Tickln(r, ' Hickory
Checks, &.C., Ue.
Fancy Coods. ' A
A beautiful assortment of fancv Mints of
every variety otatvie and pattern. CiuKuams,
Lawns, Fisured A'lpacca, Domliaiines, Horn
hayetts, bhawls, Scarfs U.tndkerchirfs, Neck
erchiefs, Ci'apr, Maslin, EJjuign, Kihbnns,
&c., ic. ,
A well selected mock of S .tinnier, Fall and
Winter Ciothine, toiisisttm; in .part of fine
Dress Coats, I'ante and els also, pood
hummer Clothiiut of all doacripuous, and heavy
I'lolhinc fur Fall and Winter use. Also, Sliirta,
Kult Flannel Urawersand Undershirts, Socks,
4.c. Mr.ts' and Hoys' Hu and Caps, ot va-
Kous fashto'i,onalilicj and prices., lioots &
f-Wwi, thick ana thin,polishedand nnpolibhed.
of mtry deicriptiOit, for. Men, Voaitn, and
Cnsshed, Clarified, Loaf and Tlrown Suear.
Molirises. Svruu Molasses, Co'.deit Sviup,
Supeeior Tea, Uio and Java Colloc,Sis.iir;is,
ttiuijer. Pepper, Cloes, 1 Spice, Cinnamon,
pronntl i.tiuer, Nutmei;., f-uulTi, 'I'0'1111'0!
Ciiris.J'ipej.isoap.CtuJltj, vinegar, Tickles
J'epper-tiuce, &.C., kc.
' " A ar?e assortment of Flour, of virions
.qitalltlea and pikes j Corn Meal and all the
various products of the Ftrm and Garden;
Ilacon, Fish, Kiln dneil Aprles, I'eact)es
Currants, Kaisins, Ut.
) Hardware. ! v
fiV Furuised weeUv to I'jscrltera, oply
l il a var.. 'All letters imrt ie adJteiied
if ' JOHN S. JiVF, Broker,
Tublishcr and Proprietor,
s 10 Wall S'.reet. New York:
stnvii cf various patterns, for CooUine and
it.... i... .-"kims. S've-oiwe.iin.1 EUioas, lar'
... i ,n on KctfUs. Frvins Pans, bkilleu
l!aHJ-lror.s,:NillT,1" -s. Manure an
list Forks, NiM- bhoveU and Spades, Lo
and Trace Ch.iiiis-.-"C9' '-""in-n, l iijcere
...I S:l. Nlils, llorse-Kasps, riles
c. w. ...! I-Vks. Pocket Knives. IU
xors,BuU a.4 r, VX Handles, M.uo
Locks, &.c, ie.
A eeneral asiortmeot kept tot houaebok
Yah-t's1 Shakers Fails, Wood end Zinc
Sole LeiiLer, hrnes L'atber, Cowhide,
fCiM Stiu". C-'Jf SV.ti.si. Llnims and ?it .roeeo.
Kiddles, llridU' Hiite'"- Lari't. Circlneles,
Holly-binds. D.-iv. us-lines, Colors, Back
train. Girths, llliiid-brl lUs, Jic, .V.
A teneral asiortuieut ct Medicines, for
Tever, Fever and Afie, Sni lh common
ompl .ints of the roif trr. Ctt.'k's, Lee's,
Kippenvton's, Hni's tnd .fsvIll, Pills. Qui
nine. Toniex, anj various kiit.ls ot Stiaitdiiits.
Anolvne. LluiuienM. and o'her articles ce
eary for the sick and tii invalid. , l-'f
Corner of Locust audCoolcd;e Streets,
floThlDg! slothing. I'lotbiBJtl "
LARGE STOCK OF READY MADE
Clo'hinr of 'he latt Fisnion. st
CLEARWATER. WHITE k S ASDF.RS.
FIRMCRS HE ID!
TOHN P. HORN A. Ca, near the Pristine
O.R.-e, P.eller ie, hue i hand shoveis.
Hoes, Spade , Forks, Hime., and a general
Hsoriment of Fira.if Tsoi. Call ai.d see,
Juj", I.'-, '.Sj7. Jw3o
TIIK iuidrsieiie. hsve opened, near On
r.ln'inp OH- ffttus larp ami varied
artmnt rt Goods... Among tbe. variety
may he found
Broa Muslin, ' ,
. , bUirtlnp.
' ' ' v i ' C.J'' lloslery, fce.
KMVE', FORKS. ......... ,
hCYTHF.'., WOOD-SAWS. , ,
SIIOVFIA . , HAY-FORK,
FP A DF.1. TF. A-KF. P TEES,
Oltl.ND.STONF.S. CHAINS, kc ,
'l oretlirr with a quantity of
Boots cfcJ Slxoos
See.irs, H akes, Hopes, llorse-collars, Carjiet
eakl Win.lpw S ih, Ducrs,
TEAS AND SUCAftS,
Tobncco, J leenswsre. Glassware, Flout
Crackers and a treat many more articles.
They keep constantly on band, a large as
sortment of (tood 1 1
Wliirs and Liquors,
Warranted the best quality t cheap for eash.
nriTtf J. P. HO UN ft CO.
Chtrlea E. Wataon,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND BURVEYOR,
Itellevue City, Nebraska Territory, pro
frsses lo he posted" in the lay of the land In
this vii-inlt v, and oilers his services lo such at
may need them, on reasonable terms.
He will also act as aent, M- the pur
chase or tale of Real Estate, in the Territory,
or Western Iowa. Information furnished upon
application. Declarations filed and pre-emptions
70 TH i.Aiiri orrictHs in Tilt Tr.asiToaitl
Or MINNESOTA, KANSAS AMI NEBSAHKA. ,
1Y jtdnt resolntioir-of Congress, approred
) March. ?1, vslid pre-emption claims on
the liilh ami .tilth sections, heretofore reserved
f..r schools, In lh Territories of Minnesota,
Kmsris and - Nbrankit --will eefiiie4
wiii.sf, Tiir. stTTi.rmtiT his tffo may
bk M.ti'F. Mitoa to tm suaVicy.
1st. In eases uheie lbe approved plat of
survey has not yet been returned; the declare
toty tattmenttnt't be' fifed wrrmr TRxa
Munth Arrek the R.eT.rT' tr ' t?ci! a
hbo van rtaT at Tut district orric. t
Sd. Where the plat la now in tlie Register's
Odice, the declaration intuit be filed within
three months from the r asr i-ublication or
this riacvLAa in Tera nisTnicr.
A failure to comply with this requirement,
will work a forfeiture' of tbs elalm. .
THOS. A. HENDRICKS,
r Srt-Sw . i ' . Cominlssioner.
Entering Town Sites .
The following correspotulenee will ahoW
that the act of the last Lerislatare of the
Territory, desipnsiins; the .County Commis
sioners as the proper persona to enter Town
Sites, it not recognized by the Commissioner
of the Land Office. i ; .
It is a question of doubt whether the Jndfes
of Probate, or the United States Jiidret, can
be reesrdsd as "Jndfes of the County Court."
As toon at that doubt la removed, notice wl.l
be given. In the mean time no entering Ot
towns not Incorporated ran be aiado,
A copy ot the act or the last Ieislatuie
will be placed In the hands of the Commie.
loner, and, under tne circumstances, tne en
tries nlreadv made mat be confirmed.
JOHN A. PARKER, Register.
Land Oflice, May ltlth, lSi.7.
i i. . .i t (
ixtsact or a ir.TTa to th commissiones
or TiU land orricr.J DATed
T" i ' Land Prnce.'T
Omaha, April IS, 1SS7.
Under the "act of t wenty-tbird May. 114,"
the "Judcet ot the County Court' are given
the authnritr to enter "Town Sites." In this
Territory there are no such officers asJlidies
of the County Court," but the Legislature has
recosmzed the "County Commissioners" as
the proper persons to enter "Town' Sites,"
nud w have, in view of the spirit Of the law,
permitted such entries. In the hope that it
will meet the approbation rf the Department.
Very respre'ruiiv. your M.rnt servant,
JOHN A. PARKER, Register.
VIIOL,i:KAI,F. ir IIRTAIIj
1 would respectfully invite the citizens of
Rellevue and Douglas Co., to examine my
luree and well telecied aksortnient oi , :
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, 1
HOOTS, " , HOF.S. -: "
DRUGS, , .MF.DtCINtS,
. , HATS i. CAPS. DOORS,
SAbll. 4.C. &c..'
And in fact every vatictv'iisuny eatlrd for la
the West. I am ciMihdent that any on
wishing io purchase tfoodi will be entirely
tatlstUd, and find It will be to their Interest to
call and examine my large and well selected
assortment of fixid.
. . L. B. KINNEY.
Be Revile. Oct. S3. lS5fi. 1 -tf
, rius. cnhihTarittlt;
MACHINIST Si, COFFER SMITH,
In nil" its Branches.
BELLEVUE AND OMAHA.
TEE MISSOURI RIVEE AND IOWA
AT S 1. MAR S.. MILLs CO.,
ARE prepared to furnish Western Iowa and
Nebraska with SAND, GKAVF.L. i IMK.
ROCK. hill. MING SHINE of evert
v.irintv, size and nhspe. They have facilities
for qiiarrvinir ANY QUANTITY tbat way
he needed, and also intend to make ' ' 't' ' '
BIICK. WATER LIM I,
100 Laborres -
REFERANftS: P. ('hdtac J-. k Co.,
eT. Laic. Cutiit.niAi . fc f.Ktoa,
Covn il Hi.cn .
Alt order should be addressed to ' j
: JNO. W. ANTHONY, 8 rarTAT.
St. Marys, March tMh,lS57. 21tf.
BCAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
30 IIJTS INDIMXI'Vl'K.
A!o SHARES HKLLCVUE STOCK,
dj ELK HILL ADDITION
do JUNCTION CITY.
Tor furthrr poniculara enquire of
T. M. MvCORI),
At the FtMiieoeiltf Iknlt.
Iltllevue, April 18, 1SJ7. 2tW
i MEMORANDUM BOOK, hiving ae..
TlV count of Lumber hills. kc. The fi-xter
Mill confer a favor and br suitable rewarded,
bv leaving ll at the wlt.tirg cfie, Bellevue.
s " ' ....
New Eveothiui,', at tha Old buna o'
SARPY A r.Mil-IHII.
EDWARD C. B0SBY8HELL .
HAS the honor to 4otm Wie psoiile f . Ue
nouiiirrn lisiriri oi iuhrihi aim mo ujumi-
J counties, Nebrsssn, that ne Is now open-
nir one of the largest Srocas of GOODS ever
brought to Glenwood, Mills county, Iowa,
II A HI) W Aft K,
HATS & PAl'3,L
D Y K-STU rrs,
iirAin k n itrtt riiu itrinr
YANKF.B NOTIONS, te.,
And everything that may be found irenerall)
in city stores, all of which he will sell
CHEAP FOIl CASH.
ftT ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRO
DL'CE taaen In exchenire for Goods. Buy
ers from town or country wishing rood and
cheap leoiitlthef rt s?bfileeal on retail;
wfll save nioney by r.llling and nam mini; Tin
ttoca before purchasing elsewlier, as they
will find good bargains and fair dealing.
GLtNwoon, Iowa. no 4-tf
L. Nuckolls & Co.
BANKERS &LAND iAIENTS,
Collections made in Iowa, Nebraska and
Kansas, and remitted at current rates of ex
change, free of charge.
oans effected for foreign Capitalists, at
Wasi esn Rates of Interest, on real estate
tcciiiliy. i '00 !r V.ff JHTA
Farnis, Town Lots and Unimproved Lands
bought and sold.
Taxes paid in any County in the State
also In Nebraska and Kansas.
Notes bought and Money loaned on good
security. ...... , , (.
Interest paid on Special Deposits
Land Warrant! bought and Sold.
Special attention given to the selection and
entry of Lands for settlers or distant dealers,
either with Land Warrants or money, in Iowa,
ietraska or Kansas.
We Sharif Ten Dollars per One . Hundr.
. a - ii...
ana rxxrv Adre ana reason o,
t ions J wiita entering latgtf qiuid titles
I'iuii Warrants are sent, Two and a Half
Cents per Acre, the Land Olfice Fee, must
accompany the Locating ree
When Warrants are sent, the No'a of War
rants, date, to whom issued and assigned,
should be cooied aial rrtaamid.te irml against
loss in mhils. ' "
Remittances to us. can be made In Drafla
on any of the Eastern or Sontcrn Cities
We will enter Land with Warrants or Cash,
pay all Fees, Taxes and Commissions, for
one third of the gross profits, accruing from
the thle of the Land all sapeuaes'lo ciuneot'
of our third of tire profits. Our arrangements
are such that we can enter Lauds in all the
Offices ia Iowa, Nebraska, aud Kausaa. A
competent surveyer always in readiness to (Slid
and select choice Lands, Coa Fields. Rock
yuAaans. Mill Sites, .Mineral T sacra,
kc. " ' .......... (
Within the next twelve months there will be
offered for sale in Nebraska and Kansas, Two
I la. 1
aim a nan .miiioii Acres or i.ajiu, compris
ing the best portions of those Territories, and
extending along the Missouri River, from the
moot a or Kansas, luver' or tne line or the
Siate of Missouri, to the Mouth of L-eau-
qui-cour River. ,
we solicit lorelgnr Capitol for investment.
Investments properly made in Western
Lands and Tow L?tsare now paying froa
twe.ity-five to four L.ndted percent.
We believe that persons putroui.mg our
Arm u'ill hn. a riA.ilini. a .l,.a itr trm n.'r . I- I
moat antf nlhf.r In' this f?niintri. Wm yr.r. I
..... ....... ............ . K " v... 1
among the first Ploiie-eri of thl. vast and
growing ooimtry and ar.iutiai.Wati.uainted
ui n n.nriv .v.rtf twirrt.itt tr ivuaian. imv, i
vv i i ur
iv esteru lowa,
' .'MM ft
NebraiVa fll Kansat, npd believ
i'T .' . . -' rt , - v f
abkv la reader aiis(aetioii in all
triislril In us
LETTERS OF ; INQUIRY "
WILL J3E PHO-UTLV. ANSWER EI).
REFERENCES! 'iotin Thoiapaont Hope,
v.raynon u. uo., neve nor a luv wooa, a.
con & Co., Pluladelphia i HtraLrht, DemUlVk
to., Cincinnati, Darby & UarksJaleL Humph.
reys, luttk terry i Crow, McCreery k Co,
M. lonls ; Isaacs k Almoin, Leavenworth
City, Kansas; Greene, Wenro k Kentou,
Council UluiF-s, Iowa; Henn, AVilllams Co.,
Fairfield, lowa; Charles Heudrie, Uurliug'on,
lowa ; Hon. Aug. Hall,' Keosauque, ..lowa ;
lion, James craig, at. Joseph, .110. ; lion, a,
S. tJakott, Wytheville, Ya Hon. F. Mc Fullen,
Estilville, Ya.; Hon. F. Ferguson, Chief Jus
tice, uenevue, rseurasKa. ,,, ,.-,
Olsnwood, Mills r.., lowa. . ,.;21-tf. ,
: ;w. H. STARK. & CO.,
WoulJ respectfuUy uiforinUe ladies' and gen
tleinea of Omaha aial vicmlty, that they havi
on hand and are manufacturing ft complete
" BOOTS AND SHOES,
1T the best qasuty, ami warranted ; coinpri
sing tne rollowiiig, vur '
Ladies' Fine Lace and Congress Gaiters.
" Kid Bootees and Concress Gaiter.
" Slippers and Parodi Ties.
' Heavt Morocco and Calf Bootees'.
Misses '. ;
rtiiida :' .' t . w i
Gents' Sewed Kip and Caff Boot.
., 44 Pegged " '" ' " i )
Fine French, or Pnlnn BoeJta.-T . I
Water Proof and Quilt eu-Uottoial xta.
Patent Calf Boots. . .d
Oxford Ties nd Gaiters. ' ' -I
Kin and Calf Shoes. .' k- --'!
Bovs and Youths' Kip Boots and Brogsns.
All of which are made of the best material
the market, affords. Our facilities for'self ct
iog are unsurpasasd In. F-astern cities, antf we
wish it 'distinctly nnderstood that we ' '
. "Warrant Every Article We SclL
We bare the beat of workmen in our em
ploy.. Every styls ot Boot or Shoe made to
order, and warranted an easy a ad f4biouaile
fit. ; Respectfully, . M
.no 13-tf. ... , W. IL STARK k Co,
I ; Greene, Weare & Benton, '
BANKERS, DEALERS IN EXCHANGE,
and Land Agsau, Council Bluffs; l9sva.
Notes and Hills collected and remitted t any
5 art of the United Statea. Money received on
posit, and interest allowed. Lastrynvor
Southern Drafte furnished ia tuna to suit p"ir
chasers. Land Olfice funds paid for Currency
or bills of Exchange. Lesiie affected on good
security,. Taxes paid, titles examiued, and
Real Estate bought ar.d told on Commission.
Lands entered for settlers and time given for
payment. Ottlce opposite the Pacific House,
in west lower room of La.. d Office,
RcVEEXctI: F. r Jeaup k Co. f .' J.
Barney k Co., Bankers, Dt.bunue, lowa ; Cook
k Sargent. Bankers, Davenport, lowa i CuU
berton k Reno, tanker. Iowa City, lewa
Peopfe'e Ba ik.' .New York Citn Ktchem,i
Rogers, k Be -net, Bankers. New' York City 1 1
C ll Stir. . aB. . i '
I Hon. Chas. lason, Com. f Patents, Wah-
i"Si A. T. Dodee, S. U. 8.
Burlinetan, lows; Hon. ' W. Jones. 8. U.
o , Dubuque, lowa ; Hon. oseph Willia-as.
j thief Justice, Muecatlee, I a.
' a . 1 XJ ' T a -a ai sac a a
innn pairs -
Eastern Boots & Shoes
SELLING AT COST
AT THE O ,M A II A CITY
Boot and Shoo Store,
TV mke room for my wa hiannfacture.
Also, a food atsortmenl Pt Ladles' knd Gents'
Kubber, Overs ami Ha ml Is of A.ilso. l quali
ty, at a very small advance,, together with a
complete assortment of work Of my own man
nfscture, including Ladles' And Gents' Butlalo
Overs. ': 1 .. . . i I
Also, a well aelected Stock of
Loather and Findings.
P. 8. Ever ttvle of Root or Shoe made to
order, as usual, and warranted easy, fashion
able and durable,. , ,' ' . , , ,:
no 13-tf. . , W. HENRY STARK. '
HOUSE CARPENTER AND
i 0"sOZ3MH3fL. .
I N. IIRIUGS, -Takes Ibis method of in
V.; fnrinfnir his : friends, and the public
L'ener-illv, that he is prepared lo BUILD AND
M.mmi, in ne e 'manner - - ilj
" flra1t.s,0 tTA..' - . 'r'l
Of every description ot style and Onish, pn the
most reasonable terms. Thankful for past
favors, h solicits peritiaiipnce of public
patronage, . -.,
Ueiievue, Met. 3U, n.Mi. u-ir ,
HOUSE CARPENTERS AND
WE would .respectfully inform "the iiiliiibi-
tnuU of Aellevue and viciul'.v that we are
prepared to ERECT and FINISH , , . . ,
Buildings oT all Deocriptions, ;
On the shortest notice', and Id the most work-
aieiilike manner. Having been 'engaged in Uie i
business several years, we feel confident In
staling, that all who favor it with their cut
om, will be pleased with our work. ' .
U. I. B1UKKS
Bellevue, Oct 23, 18.r). 1-tf i I
kEW ARRIVALS AT THE
THE Subscriber respectfully invites the at-
tentlon of purchasers, to his large au,d splendid.
ntock or itomis. consisting or , i t. .. i . i
DRY GOODS. GROCERIKS, ,
HARDWARE, . HATS, -i'..'..,
' BOOT8, , . CAPS, m ...
SHOES, . TOBACCO, .
PATENT MEDICINES, kc.ke..
All of which he warrants of the best descrip
tion, and bought expressly for thit oarktt.
He hat also a well selected etock of
Made after the LATEST FASHIONS, of the
BEST MATERIALS, and by EXPERI
ENCED WORKMEN, all of which he tell
CHEAP FOR CASH. 7j i i ! Vi "
v JOHN CHASE.. ,
, Bellevue, Oct. 23, 1836. 1-U . . ,
HOUSE CARPENTERS AND
fTMIE tindersiirned takes pleasure in an
X nonncine to the iuhabltantt ot Bellevue
""''V?'"'. .l.vf?,,? "v ?Tr"d to
iF V 1 "V" -F1NlSl1'. in th beK ,uner'
" "v c i. ... ; .-. . .r
YlwA.lt Inn. TTimu. fnH a. A a Jtra. Aa
n AAVMV. WkacG.. W.W.. SH.V..
n' I !.' . t. i .1 C . r T r 'r
'"3 ihS? iTae
. . z . j
also uappv io o any worn in weir use or
which their friende may StaniT io
"eed of.-j , MYERS & HILLY ARD. 1
Bellevue, Oct. 30, 185ti.-2-tf
. I a .
"L ATE ARRVV ALU
: ' AT GLKN WOOD, IOWA.'
"TOOTLE & GREENE,
kk.muw if aciei or.f ,fm surru-y ef
vircn, wneu couiuie.e, win compose ine
LARGEST and' best SELECTED STOCK
IN MILLS COyNIY.
f r Ol'It STOCK OK UROCEIUCI ..
Are bought at the lowest terms for cash, ' '
COFFEE,' ' ' ' ' ',;
SUO.R i" . ' --."ii
V' XEAS ' ' " : ..i.v i:
FISH, ' ! i; '
.... 'RICE, .v "";'' !
' lI ' ' CURRANTS, : ' 1
is j J . . 4 . CANBlEi, ' " ' bS, -1'
" MOf. SSES,- ''"
8YRUP, ' :; r I
. Li FRUIT; ' '':
" "' NUT8. fce., kc, ke1
. 1 '., CiOOOS,;' I
Ljdiei and Gents, call and see'''hein,-and
price for yo irelve. They have not bees
summered and wintered in St. Lo lis, hut
bought and shipped direct from the Easterr
cities. Lite styles and a full asirtannt of
DRESS COOD3. from ten cent Iwa t a
Two Dollar Silk. Also, h few fine' SII.K
SHAWLS, BONNET'S and PARASOLS."
, . , tXOTIllflU. .
A fine stock old and young, fogiea and
'fast' men, call soon if you want a nice
Vest or pants, on reasonable terms. . '
IIATSI II ATS 1 1 ;
PSew styles, cheap and durable.
A eery large assortment, consisting In tart
of (smith's Tools, Spades, Shovels, Forks.
Rakes, Hoes, Belts, Mill, Crosscut, ana Hand
Sawe, Files, Augers, Axes, Rroadaxes, Adse,
Chisels, ke., ke.. to the end of the chapter.
UlILDIXO !IAT:niAI.S. -A
large lot, consisting of Tine Doors, Sash.
Shutter Blinds, Paints. Oils, Nails, Locks,
Latches, Glass, Putty, ke. ,
Bedsteads. Tablet, Chair,' Tin
Safes, Cnuboara, Stands, fcc .
V" We will tell cheaper for cash thar
any house in Western Iowa. .
notMf. TOOTLE k GREENE.
1 '.r ' i
. i A. BohimonBlcy,
rpOPOGRAPHlC ENGINEER, Executes
i X Toporraphic, Fancy and Plain- Driving
of every etyle aad description, , v Fa toy, Ore,
ffosmtaland Plain Painting executed to order.
Olfice at the Bellevue House, IkHevue, N. T.
Rcr rscNres t P. A. Sarpy, St, Mary, Iowa;
Judct Gilmore, Bellevue. ; f f f'jo 1 ? '.' ."t'
Ho I For' Frbsh ' Water.
THE undersirned reepectfnlly' Informs the
itifinbitana of Bellevue and the surrounding
country, that he it prepared to dig and finish,
WEILS AND CISTERNS, ,;;
At the shortest notice, and on the most rea
sonable terms. . , , D. A. LOGAN,
r B.ll-v-, Oct. 23, ,ftM..tf
Forks, kc, at the
IP K A 1 E I K F A R M E R
' 7 , FOR 1B57 VOL. 17. .
A WEEKLY FAMILY JOUR.f At. .
Western AgTtenltiir Hnrtloulture. Msehah
. ics, Education, literature, Markets,
i t and Genera, Ke T
i Cl!ARLES,,DVRAf.rX)N.' '
JOnN 'A. KENNtC(JTT,CrttTa'ind Edlte
'.I ! -.ft .-assirrr.B.BT ' .-,:. J .. ' : i
0er Five Hundred Praetical Farmers ana
.Mechanics, Who have heretofore written, '
! and will continue, with) many Urns,; ,
i s to write for the benefit of their
I brethren and the piiblie.
The 'Prairie Farmer" It devoted to. tba In
terest of the Western Farmer and Mechanic.
It it the Oldest Arrleultitral Paper In the
West is nubllshed weekly In oust to form, for
binding it xhartcterised. fty aibiph.mora)
tent labors to promote the Interests end ad
vancement of the wiiolr of the i famllyi and
to develop the Agrlfultural Resoircfle..of.,tbe
West. . A special and competent Commercial
Rerwrter Is employed to give accurate Market
Reports weekly. Jt ie esseutiallyTHt family
peiner for the West.
I ropy, 1 year, $3 la advance, or $2.50 at -.
' the end of the year. . . . . r , .
II copies, 1 year, $20.TO free copy to
.- the ersoA tending elubi.-.' a "i , -
20 copies. 1 year, $35 00 tree copy to,,
the person sending club, " ' ' '
60 copies, 1 year, t7S.0O free copy tp
t the person sending ciub.
' XV An old' subscriber ' tending Tw( tw
oues or S9W1II receive ; man topiea one,
year. , .
(JV Siibscriptions' at the' club 'rates must
be paid inVariably in advance.' j '-,.. ri, -:
(fy Subscribe now. .. You want and need
"The Farmer' ,. We want you te haya it. , r
1 TF Current ttifmW mat be sent W iwill at
our risk, provided the letters are "registered."
(JlT Atluress "Prairie farmer,? 41 Clark
ttreet, Chicago, LI. til t t"
Advertisements, of an apriropnate
character. Inserted at ten cents per un each
Insertion payment h advance.
GODEVS' GREATEST ; EFFORT.
J STILL lATr.K,ATTaArTtOITS
Will be offered in
GODEY'S L ADY'S BOOK
i . '. FOR 1857. ' ' "
Thit work has been the standard for twenty,
seven years. . When an imitation has been at
tempted it hat failed. It ia - . ,
THE ONLY LADY'S BOOK "
R.HRi.iaU E li '1 N ' AMERICA
.How, to,. dress with .Taste. , Children's
Clothes Uow to cut and contrive them.
Paiating on Glass. Patchwork. The Dress
maker and the Milliner. .
. JJrav-iug in-all its variety,.usef al to the be
ginner and tne proncient.
Fashions from the) establishment of the cel
ebrated YBrodie," will be in every nnmber,T
Everv-day Actualities A new series oi
these illustrated articles will be eiven.
Point. Brussels, and Venetian Lace of
every ariety. A specimen of the stitch to be
used' in each will be given. .. In addition to the
above, ' ' ...
One Hundred Paces of Reading will be
given Monthly. .. !
God' y't Splendid Eneravings on ateel. '
London, Paris and Philadelphia Fashions
Godev't four Tiznred' Colored baslnons.
Embroidery Patterns, Model ' Cottages,
Dress Makine with DiAsrrams to cut by
Dresa ..patterns-Infants' and phiidren'a
dresses, with descriptions how to make them.
All Kinds or crotchet ami iNernnr won
The Nurse and the Nursery Very' excel-
leul articles upen thse tubjects will often.be
GODEY'S INVALUABLE RECIPES
. vveon .irtsi iRiliCTi it
MLISICr-eThree oljirs' . worth it given
every year. Hk ' "L" ' " ' i 1!
In uie various numbers for will be
found the newest designs for
Window Curtains, Broderic Anglaise Slippers.
Bonnets,1 Cape, Cloaks, Evening Dresses,.!
tancy Articles, Head UrenneH, Hair
Dressing, Robes de Cramble.Car
" - riage Dressws, Brides' DresaiTT
.. as, wreaios, isniifus, ... ,
, 1 1 . : r. i ana Morning uressrs. , .
Dresses Jor Infants ami Youne Misses
Boys' Dresses, Capes and Cloaks f'Fnr'In
sea'son, Patterns for Needle-work -of all kinda
and patterns to cut ; presses by are given
1 CrochJt rltid Netting Work 4n Colofs, Slip-
pere to colors. . !! ., . ,
DrAwinn Lrsspn for Youth.! .,. .,
be nu in your orders toou, as we expect Our
list for 1S57 will reach lOO.OOtt copies. ' Th
best plan of subscribing is to send youi money
direct to the publisher. Tliose who ' send
la ree amounts had better send drafts, but
notes win ' answer If drafts cannot pro
cured. : A ,,i .. , ;,i .. ,j,(vr
. We think we can show how much cheaper
it is to take the lMy't Book at "Three 'Dot.
larsthan any other m'agaiine at Two Dollars.
We will lake a late number of ,both. The
Two Dollar Magave "contained 3d' articles,
the Lady's Book 2. "v"- 1. 1
The Two Dollar Magazine contained 32 en.
graving, tbe Lady's Book &i.
The Two- Dollar' Magazine contained 64 pa.
ges, the Lady's Hook 100.- ; i J ,1 , , . '. . (. i
Twenty-four more .engravings, twenty six
more articles, sua riiirty-six more pages,
nearly double tl.eTiantitv. Jha Idwett ft! lib
price of the Tww Dollar 'Magazine; isl")5
lowest club price of Lady's Book $l,n7, Only
4'2 cents difference in the price, which is three
and a half cents on each ouniberand for lUat
turn (three and a half cents), you receive
twenty-six more articles, twenty-four more
engravings, and thirty-six more pages month
lycertainly a very cheap three and a half
cents' worth. This view of the ease has
probably never before been presented, but It is
a true statement, which any lady can con
vince herself of bv comparing the two maga
zines. ' ... i. ..... -
TERMS, CASH IN ADVANCE., , .
One, copy, one,1 year, $3. Two xopiee,' on'
year, ix ' Three copies, one yestr, 6. . 1 '.
Five copies one year, and an extra copyito
the person ssndmg th club, nakins six'
copies $10. ,, , ..: ,
Eiglit copies one year and ah'eirtra ebpr to
the person tending' the club, making nine
eopiet $15. , -..
Eleven eopiet one year", and an extra copy to
the person sending (he club, making twelve
copies -i .. . , ,
5V The above ermt cannot be deviated
from, no matter how many are ordered.. -'T , -
SPECIAL CLUBBING WITH OTHER
' ' MAGAZINES. . i
Godey'a Lady's Book and Arthur't, Iome
Magazineaboth one year for $3 SO.
Codey's Lady's Book nd Harper's Mifft-
in both one year for $4 50.
Godev't Udr'i Book. Harper's Magailne,
and Arthur's Home Magaains one year ri.
Tha above is the only way we oan club with
Harper's Magazine. ' j
The money mnst all he tent at one time for1
any of the Clube. i j .
V 8ubacrib-s in the British Province nrho
sed fur clube, rnuat remit 36 eer.ia extrl on
every tubteriber, to pay tha Anerirau psst
aje t the lines. Aodress.
L. A. OODfY,
MS CVeau. ht., Ptilada., fa.
CLEVELAND PLAIN nPAlFR
rpHE Chejei Family Newspaper in the '
X'Weetl The Weekly Plain Dealer will i,,
commence its Sixteenth olume rn the 1st day
ot January, 1S5?. It will continue the same '
Independent, Jocose, Fearless. Fighting Jour,
nal it has ever been. Dealing Plaluly but kind'
ly with all.! It will battle for the Ce:.it-f .
tlon and the Union, as "the world's Vest tree- '
lire and last hope." It will oppose Fitsrotwmj
jsm-la every .form, and battle. Dit-unien iu ,
every disguise. Of its vigilance a a Sentinel '
wpon the watch-tower of Liberty, It i auA 'H
cieat to say, that It bit never jet been found
napTdnir at Rt host: 1 1,; " '' ' .wvm.it
TIIK NBW vlV0LUMr. AND .JIR, NEW v
The' New' Volume will stotnmence 'with il
New Year, h ig with important events. A
new leaf in (be history of this Republic will "
be entered, npon th Inaeguratlon of a new. rfi
President, and Vice President.). During the "
Coming year, the' policy of the New Admhtls' 1
tratlon trill be fully unveiled ia regard to the f
following imxrtant and exciting National
Spies: The Final Settlement or the Kansas' '
ifficulty, on which the whole Slavery quet
tion in the Territories is peHidirg-Tlie Final
Krttlemeiit of tbe Central Amencan Question,
as against the claims of England 'Jnr Rigki ''
of Transit Acres the Isthmus, and ti.e vecog-v
ttition, and maintainancf .of Uie Walker Uc- .
public in Nicaragua The Danish SonndD- es '
The- Aeq itsdtftMi mr Cubs--Thir Annexationsi
of the Saudwtrto Isdandie The-Admission ct "
Minnesota as- 8tnn-Admission oi lrtr"i
Admission of, Itah, wtth or without I'o.v. ,
gamy Admission of Kansas;, Willi or whriotit'
iaverv ProriaMe i Admission "oi i ivetiraska .
and Washington .Territories 'Jlie. luanlriit.il .
MeasAge of Jamee B;it'hall9i'. Tt. tlniii-nf I
the New DemoeratiH UtngrB.ofPTiee7 r ,
eoine of , ti leadii-events wlm li ' ill ilmti-;i-' 4
guish the hicomingIAomtin:ri?Wm h most-':
of them will trei spire iliirinff tliefvomiug.ye-it.. ,,
rt.O.W, IS Xtlr. TyiY. TO M UbUUIIiLJ
Oevelarid. from. tt cenfrel 'Wstidn.i
from Hi Rirat coocentrntioo tf- Rail, Roads, j
Telegraphs, and 'water crKninuhii. il ion wiili
cits-- worM, H nJrtrttted te he lbe- BeatuNews-.
Point in the WeMIt tanfnrursh latclliceiics
from all parts of the world, days ahead .f thi
Ie Torr Panere, end the Plain Deiler, be,
longing t the New. York Associated Press, i
the first to publish tbe Foreign and Dwineslir
Markets, News, Disasters upesi the Lakes,.'!
and Commercial Intelligence generally. , li
will have Daily Telegraphic Disiaf chee orn
Washington during tne Sessiod Congres, ,
and. hat regular Correapvudenta iii all tbe
principal dtiei of the Unleet. ' '' " n
in awitiea xo a run ana raitidul record or,,
nassinr events, we intend to devote a consid
erable portion of 'onr paper tPolite IJtcra.1
lure." Evrnr Paper, wiH entain.,ta Storva
either orient al or selerted, accompanied with '
the choicest-variety of Miacellanyi such at-1
roetry, uuicoveries, rhograpuies,, Jokes, ia- i
dities, kc, &c, making altogether one of (be
most Valuable Family Journals in the West!
"Prompt to improve and to invite,
We'll blend Instmetlcm with delight."
(TV Our AgriciiHnrRf, Commercial, aad
Telegrapteie Departments, win eaeih be worts)
the'subscrintion price of the paper.
The Brighton, New York, Baltimore, Cleve
land and Cincinnati Markets will be revolted
... ' TERMS i
. Sinele Subscribers, St AO
' Clubs of Ten (to one Office), 1.50
Ctnba of Twenty (to one Office),-. l.Sa
Clubs of Fifty,' " ... 1.00
Pay invariably In acvanee. To the getter
up of a Club, one copy gratis'.
" y Post-Masters are especially requested
to act at Agents. Tbey should in every case,
where possible, substitute Western Demo
cratic Papers for Eastern Fusion Paper.
, Those desiring the President's Message and
other Public Documents, ran subscribe now,
or nt anr time before the first of December. . '
SVi Subscribers to the New Volume should.
send in their names as early as the middle of
December, ao that they may be. registered til
time for the first number. . All funds reelved
at current rates, and if registered, tuaile'J el
our risk." Address . ,..;! H
, , J. W., GRAY, Cleveland, O.
THE' SfODEfj'"FAhtTLY: ANli AG
! RICULTURAL PAl'ER" '!
rVbUSHCD AT "' "5 ':,'e
GERMANTOWN, PHILA'IA CQw,JPJtN5.
.rj ETrr . WtDKtsBAT Moaniaa 1lrt
... .BY lllLip jl. FREfifL, n'. .
PRICE TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM.
f 'We fcrVe tins occasion to announce te Farm
era throughout the country, that it is the in
tention of the Editor and Proprietor of the
Germantow t iTelegraph," not oi.1 r to' eon
tisue as heretofore tha Agricultuial depart
ment of.liis 'p'aper, but Sedilloiisly to aad to
its eharaeter and value by alb the (means at
command. All necessary space shall t r r:
vided for a ful irecord of Agrlc'nltural'I(.'a
and a full development of every branch ci..r.
Farrrter'f Pursuit. Ife will In- futme.'G ht
baa. always heretofore, airti to bt; praqtical,
ami to be of real and substantial .'ulv.tage
to hnslmndrtr. '" His conrs'aNo wHI toutluiie
to be thorfii;hl':iiclei.e,iiiea.f ojj -huliy.u
biaued by any olher iii..tivcp'tliaii thJir hr
Conceives to be prbin-ftit'e -of the "trlif Interest
of Agriculture iuiis luymU'sjiii'anii eitficr
individuals, clique.' societies, or snv otlief 'in
fluenee shall swerve him from the path f
right and duly, . . - , , . . -
Fanners, throughout ' the co 'tVn-vv.-fio
aire. Newspeper( issued v..-lj and wiual
to any other famll news and nrei-ifrvMiMrnal
published, woich iaket Aericid(uVi.iiipej.
ality. will find ahe GrrmaniQwiii'Teiivrath''
to fulfill every eondftmni and ta reuderltfa.
tirely unnecessary foyts Vn aiibeerihe f vt
periodical exelusivly agricultural. .
Practical' Hortlcull :nre, Pomoloznr anil -Gar-,
dening, geo-rally, will meet witli" particular,
At a Literary and News Journal It ihiltj
not be surpassed ' by any in the country
Neatly printed on good paper, the large. t
class, it shall continue to be one pf the hand,
tomest newspapers of the day. ' .'
-. Every Faeaily, In town or country, whether
they take! other papers or not, will find tha
Germahtown Telegraph" to be worth. In'Ht.
eral benefit, twice the amount of aubscrintian.
Nq subscriptions received wiflioiit the essh
Price Two Dollars in advance.' SueHaetant,
not paid within .the. year, $2.50, Mall sebt
scribers will have the cksh pestage deducted)
when nat exceeding 85 cfs, per annum. prK
vided the subscription be paid strictly In d
vne.' Postage stamps (o tnit amount iH
bt returned as c. hangs with tht receipt i,
Any person tending five new tuhi eribera' at
one time, with the eash, wil) be entttled-U the.
paper for one year, ,
Specimen numbert tent on requett. '
s , Land Warrants
CONSTANTLY on hand and for aaJa by
the FO.NTENELLE B ANK
Pre-emntors can maks a handsome taviar
by usgia Warrants.
All Warrants told by the above Inttitutloa
re guarar.teld. ' '. ...iii
..;' . J0HN J- TOWN, Cashier.
Bellevue. June 27, 1857. - 34
COTTO. WOOD I.I MBKH,
A SMALL LOT of the above Lumber; of
he f.rst quality, for tale by
-'.H ' K. I MVFJ0I.
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