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TWENTY" FIVE. WITNESSES;
Or". rh ToririT Convictotl.
- JCd" Jo tou piii o Awe a Sun Afivufiiw
agaiotl Vovnirrfriiinft Bdnk Yarf ? ;
: ju;aii, hhadij: hi: An !
. Sabicribe! Sabsoriba! Subscribe!
, JOHN 8. DYK it tha Author, ami th Hank
Nnla anirravara all an that ha ia Ilia rnill
- - --- - - . . . - r.
paper money living.
cheaper than the che apkxtf
wetter than the mesh
Published weekly. 'Hi whole only Our
GREATEST DISCOVERY of the preacnl
century for dotecting counterfeit Bank NotM
uescnning every genuine hill In existence, ami
eihibitlng at A glance every counterfeit In rlr
. culatlon. Arranged no admirably that refer
, enre U easy and detection Instantaneous. Nn
, pages to hunl up, hut eoelmplificd ami arranged
, that the merchant, hanker and business inau
tan see nil at a glance, - .
., It has taken years to make perfect tlila
GREAT DISCOVERY, ' The urgent necea.
, aity for audi a woik lias Ions; been Mt t y
, commercial men, II, line been published to
supply the rail fur such a prevent ive, and nerds
but to be known to be Universally patronized.
It iloea more than has ever been attempted by
man. It describes every bank Wile in three
different languages English. Frrurh and Or.
man. Time each may rend the eamo In hit
own native tongue.
" Tkrms. The paper will he about ?S by 4'2
Inches, and will contain the most perfect liank
'.Note I.I Hi published, together vl:h the rule of
diaroiint. Also a lint of all the private llanl
ra In America.
A complete summary of Ihe Finance if
. Europe and America will be published In rjrli
'(lit Inn, together wllh ell the Important, new,
.of theday. Also I NTHHHS Tl I'd STOU1ES
from an old manuscript found In the Fast, and
no where else t he fnnml. ' It linn never yet
appeared tn print, and furnishes the must com
plet history nf Oriental Llfei and dcscfihliv
the moat perplexing position In which the
'Ladies and gentlemen of thfl,r. eoaiitrv haen
bean ai often foand. 'These sforlcs 'will ma
itlnne throughout the whole year, ami will
"pr re the most mitortatnlngeVer ofle"rcdo tlm
public. ' 1
Wholesalo i&, Bet ail Merchant,
foasta of min and uRuoonv "letKii,
. It AS just received and now line for sale, a
large assortment of "elected merchandise
adapted to tlm wants of all in this now and
thriving community, which lie can II Bsc heap
aa can he ollcred elsewhere no hind upon tlie
Missouri river. Ilia goods have hern selected
by an experienced purchaser, with api-cial
reference to Uia ciicuinslancce and wants of
all classes of eeltlers in a new country. La
dles and gentlemen, (.'hildreu and youth, all
cau be supplied. Cull mid ace. i'or yourselves.
His stock consists of the following, anion); a
Kreat many other articles he cunnul now enu
merate s Among hia
May be found Woolen and Satinet Cloths,
Casalneta, Tweeda, Cashmeres, : Linaevt,
yiauuel, Ked, White, Oray and lilue, Caepiaii
S'Uids, Cotton (iooda, theelin?s and Slurtinps,
Jleached aud I'nbleitohed, llhia and White,
J)rijlinj, DHiialmn, J)e4-Tlckin, . Hickory
Checks, &.C., &,c. . j. , -j.f ,. . . -
, A beautiful nasoriiueut of faney prints of
very varMyof tyieand pattern. Oindhams,
Lawns, Figured Alpacca, Homhazinv Hom
bayetts, Shawls, Scarfs liandkerchtefa, Neck
rchiefa, Crape, Muslin, Liljjinge, Jtihhons,
i A well aeleeteil stock of Summer, Fall and
Winter Clothtne;, cousisttmr in part of fine
Press Coats, rants and eetst also, - cood
Summer Clothing of all descriptions, and heavy
Clothing for Fall and Winter use. Also, KhivU,
Knit Flannel Drawers and Undershirts, $rks,
itc. Mens' and Hoys Hals ami Ciiim, of va
nous fashions, auahties and pliers. ISoolsfc
Shoes, thick ana thin, polished and unpolished,
f every description, tor Men, Women, laid
Crushed, Clarified, Loaf and Ilrown Sugar,
Molasses, Syrup Molasses, Golden Svrnp,
Superior Teai Kio and Java Collie, Sassafras,
Ginger, Pepper, Cloves, Spice, Cinnamon,
ground Ginger, Nutmegs, Snuffs, Tobacco,
Cigars, Pipes, Soap, Candles, Vinegar, Pickles
Pepper-Sauce, Jtc, 4.c, w - - i
A larga assortment of Flour, nf various
qualities and prices ; Corn Meal and all tha
various products of the Farm am) (harden;
)lacon, Fish, Kiln driest Apples, Puaches,
Currants, Raisins, &c.
Js" Furnished weekly to subscribers only
at $1 a year. All letter's must be addressed
to JOHN S. DYK, Broker,
Publisher and Proprietor,
3m32 70 Wall Street, New York.
Stoves of various patterns, for Cookin aiij
Heating rooms, Stove-pipe and I'lbows, largi
and small Iron Kettles, Frying Pans. Skillets
Hand-Irons, Shovels mid Tongues, Manure ami
Hsv Forks, Scythes, Shovels and Spades, Ism
ami Trace Chains. Axes, Hammer, Pincers.
Iron and Steul, Kails, Horse-Kaapa, Files.
Saws, Knives and Forks, Pocket Knives, Ka
r.ors, Butts and Screws, Door llaiuilsa, kuoh,
Locks, &.c., &.c.
.A general assortment kept for houaehok
f a sh-t"be, Shakers Pails, Wood and Zfnc j
Sole Leather, Hlraess Leather, Cowhide,
Kip Skiaa, Calf Skins,' Linings and Morocco,
Saddles, Bridles, Hill era. Lariats, Circlnglee,
llelly-tianda, IViving-lines, Collar, Hack
straps, Guths, Blind-bridles, &o., i..
A general assortment of Medicines, for
Fevers, Fever and Ague, and the cwiumon
eomplaints of the country. Cook's, Lee's,
Sappenyton's, Bragn's und Jsvnes' Pills, Qui
nine, Tonics, and various kinds of Stimulants,
Anodvnes, Liniments, and other articles neces
- aary for tke sick and the invalid. 1 -tf
Cernf r of Locust and Cooled je Streets,
' CLCXWOOP, IU.V.4.
ClothlBfT f lotbfn ! Clothing !
A LARGE STOCK OF READY MADE
Clothing of the latest Fashion, at
CLE AR WATER. WHITE t bAKUCRS.
Jana4th, S$7. . p31. ,V. i -
FARMERS' READ I
JOHN P. HORN A (MX, uses the Printing
Office, Bellevue, havt on hauA-fthovels,
Hoes, Spades, Forks, Hsmes, and a general
assortment of Farming Tools. Call and set,
Inly, IS, 157. 3w33
Ilceul.tr racket for Kansas, Lesvanwoitli,
Wettont. Joeeidi, Sivanniiliilowal'oinl, -
Ncln.eka t'i'y, Ilelleviie, I'uiincil
lihillfi, Ouwha n4 l'i"nce,
iff15 TIIKrcwamlelcirlnt raeentrr
lViraf sieamer Florcnoo.' J. Ttiro. k
iVwliKCttSJipnii,,,,, Easier, .1. P.. Uoiiuan,
tVtkr will iM'itnem"fl her tripe as a regular
packet In tin above trade, on tha ojisnhic of
navi);alion in tln spring, and will remain in it
throughout the arason,
The Florence hnvini; been built under the
superintendence of the ntieerahvned, etpresaly
for tha trade, ia nf entraordltiarT atrenjrih, nnd
wnll adapted ta It In ever? particular. A rea
amiable ehiireofthe patronage of ahippeia,
and the public cenerallv. la reapectf ullv soli
cited. .1. TIIIMlCKMOItT'lN, Master.
2.1-s J. E. CjvaTjClerkj- -
Regular racket for Kansas, Nehirtska C?ity,
Hellevtie, Com eiMlluira, Oninhn,' -i-
- add I'loreuee. ' ' - ' '
i Till', new and elegant Steamer
iyTr) Min-no-lm-hH, CipU Chailos
ravTJLU!X: ;er, Master, Hutchinson,
Clerk, will run as a regular packet, tevthe
above and all Intermediate points on the Mis
souri river, and person can relv upon her con
timiinc;ln the trade regularly dui inR Uie season.
The Min-nc. ha-ha. is Un 'entirely nuw boat,
built expressly for the Missouri Kiver trade,
and lieiuir htted up in the latest and most flp
proved nI vie, her dlicera feel contiilent, 'Unit
Nh let atient ion to I lie com Tort n of I'assetu;) s,
ami to liiisinesi, will mk her the favorite
h -at in the trailer ' -
C I! A. r.AKr.U. Master.
! Ili ri iUn.x, Chilli.
tf. T ClavVe, Atret.t. ' "fi
CharlcB E. W.itaon',' r' '
m iT, k.xotm'f.r
J llellevun Cil V, Kehri
ika I ernlorv. lro-
fcHes to be noMled" la the lav of the'land in
this vifinily, ni.il oll' ia iiis aerWi-es to hiicIi as
may need l hern, oil rrayonahle terms.
r "y lie will alse) tiri as aeid. I'or the pur
chase oria"'of KeU folate, in llie Ten ilorv,
or Western Ihvh. lul'o) inat ion furnished mum
application. Peclai ationa lilcj uuU pii'-einu,
I 'una ohtatneil.
c i ifc: u .
to.j h ,ANiworricK. i h nit lT.naiTonits
CP flllNNIiaoTA, KANSAS KISIIASKA, '
1Y joint resolution nf Congve, apjiroved
J March. IHj7, alid pi e-( nip! ion c'lniw? on
the loth and 3fil.fi nertions, heretofore reserved
fuf achonls. In t!i Territories of Mintu r.ota,
Kunsas and IveLMska, will - lw reof;nirw
WIIKSK TJIU StTl LI MKN T Jl VS HH.N, OR MAY
Di; iuapk. vhioh to Twt. srRvrr.
v 1st. In cases. wiere tiif'dpprnveil plat 4f
survey ba let -yet been retarned. llie:'ilfr fnr.t
tory statement laust be filed within tiirfk
MONTHS AVtrR TUB HUKII'T OP a net! AJ--
1'novi.o I'l.A c at Tiir. jiiari'.iuT ovnrK.
'id. Where Ihe pi a I is now ia the llcgister's
Oilier, 1bv declaration BHtjlii Xded Killliti
three mouths from the kiiist pvju.u ation ok
this ciik'it.aii tv vnrn msTnicY.
A fallura to vomiilv willi this renuiremen!.
will work a forfel' nre of the claim. '
THUS. A. 1IF.NOKICKS,
n 30-Rw i Commissioner.
.!: lEaterinff Town Sitei.f;'-
Tlie following - rorresivi'nflenre' Vfll 'show
that ths art f the last Legialaturt of 'Hi
TerviUiry. desigrnnting the County Commis
sioners as the proper persons to enter Town
Sites, is not recognized, by the Commissioner
of the Land Otline. 1 .. ,
It is a, (pietitiou of doubt "wliethrr the Judges
of Pridate, or the United Stales Judgr, can
be regarded aa "Judges of the County Court."
As soon as that doubt is removed, notice wi.l
be given. In the mean time no entering of
towus not incorporate,! ran ha made.
A copv of the act of the last Legislatiue
will be placed in the liaiids of the Commis
sioner, and, under tho circumstances, tlie u
liies already made may be confirmed. ..
JOHV A. PARltEHsF-epialer.
Land Oll'.ce, May 19th,
f.XTRACT or A i.KTTr.n to the ronnnssioKS
or TtlK LANy Ol flUK, DAled
. . h nd Orru a. i.
- Omaha, April l.r, ISoJ.
I, a 'a. ' - a,' i
Under the ''act of I wenty-third Mar, 11,1."
the "Judges of th Cnnnfy Court'' are g lien
the authority to enter "Town Sites." In rbis
Territory there are no such officers as ''Judges
of the Count V Court," but the Legislature lias
recognieil tlie oii'sty t ommmsiont'is ' as
the proper orson t enter " Town Sites,"'
and va have, in view of the spirit 'of (lie law,
permitted such entries, in the hope that it
will meet tha approbation of the Tlepartinent.
cry respect rally, your otieil nt servant,
: ' JOHN A. PARKER, Register.
MACHINIST & CDF PER SMITH,
lit all its Branches.
BELTJ3VUE AND OMAITA.
THE MISSOTJtil RIVER AND IOWA
AT 3 i LIAR i S, MILLs CO.,
AUK prepared to furnish Western Iowa end
Nebraska with SAND, OKAVEU I.IMV.
ROCK, & Bl'IMM.Vd sn?JK: of every
variety, si.e and shape. Thev hare facilities
fur quarrying NY QUANTITY, that may
he needed, mid also intend to make '
BRICK. WATER LIMZ, &C.
RnVl'llANl'S: l- f.'ilou-re-Ai Je. i Co.,
Loi l-. CHi.tNl'., YfcA8 4,.iik.iOK,
Covei ir. Tltv't't's. ' ' . . . , -
All vili IiiiW be ad Imnsed "
JNM. W. ANTHONY, S rejisv.
St. Marys, March lith, IWI, 2Ui'.
. r. iirroiau'sT,'-"
(IVIL r.NGINl'.K AND LAND PITU
J veor, being how located at tit, Marys,
niieia lie expects to make a permanent rc.-.4-dence,
lakes tlila method of iui'ormiiig the ci'
lieus, tll.tl be i pieparcl to Jo any surveviiig j
aiivl from liis long experience in the bitsiiicim,
l;e is able to entire saiisfaction.
St.JiIarys, Sept.. 21, lj7. 'r,l4,'
f MEMOR ANDl'M ROOK, having ac
vc. counts of Lrml.er hills, kr. The finder
Mill corifer a fa-or and be aupible rewarded,
bvlaavinglt at t'l priming ortice, Bcllevue.
Oct ' H IS
DISSOLUTION OF COPAHTTERSHIP.
VTOTICF.. 'l"he subscribers hereby give
X notice that the cojartnerfhip heretofore
existing between them under the name aud
style tf Todd & Sini h, is this day dissolved
by mutual consent. All debts due toor against
tiie arm will be settled hv Burton Todd.
tP P. SMITH'1" '
. Ih llevue, August 12, 1837,
100,000, sati "---
ARNOLD, IHiV Jt SIIERK.
CvTI'.nqutre at the Bcuton House,
lio, 7. 3 in. pd.
NEW GOODS!! NEW PRICES !!
Kcw Evorjthing;, at Iho Old Stand "f
" ' "HAKPY k i:(;f.isn.
EDWAED C. BOSliYSIIELL
HAS lh boimr to h.fw an the people of the
Southern District of P.iuirlas and the ndjoin
iif commies, NehrasK.i, that lie is now ojicn
iag one of the latent 8ft-fiia of TrOUIiSevcr
bmncrri to filenwooJ, Mills fouhry, owa, V
eon usi niir of
DUY (JlKlDS, , (;rUHT.IUF..S., . .
IIAKMWAHK, " HOOTS Jk. SI K)KS
II ATR k. CAl'S, CjrV.F.VSWAUt!,
NAILS, ' m:tiif.u, :
cokdacp," , inov, . ; .
Olf.S, TAIVTS, DYT'.-STlTI'g,
WOOD AM) WfM.OW WATtlf, .
iiKAny-M A 1)1', (T.OTIIIMi,
VANKI.i: NOTIONS, &c..
And rverj tliinir that, may bo anwl eucrally
in city stole., nil uf wliir'h tin will aell .
. ... CMCAP 1'Ull C.SH. .
1r Jil.. KIXUS OF COCNTJiY PUO
Dl'CK taKen in rxchi.nirc lor (ioods. Iluv
ers i'rmt town or country wishing pood and
cheap Goods, either it wholesale or retail,
ttill save money by cnllinp ami examining his
atocK before, purchasing cluewhere, as they
will find (rood liarains and fair dealing.
" Gi.isrwoon, Iowa. no 4-tf
L. Nuckolls & Co.
BANKERS & LAN'D AGENTS,
, GJ.UNVVOOJ), IOWA.
Cullectioia niado lis Tnva, Nebraska and
Kansas, ami remitted lit currciit rat'a of cx
ehartf. fri''of rtiae. ' 1
" 1msiTs clfeeled Vo'r f (Vrelfn Cepltsllsts, at
Wi.sm.hn ItAl l.s of Interest, on real oeui'.e
Farms, Town Lots Olid UiiliHp'ro ed LaiuU
boiiclil ami sold. .. . ,, ,', n"
Taxes i.i t 1 in nny CoiMiLy, iii'lhe State
also in Nchr.iska ami kansa.s. ( ,
Notes hoolit ami Money lojiied oa pood
acciirity. , ' -V . )
Interest paid on SpeciiiiLDnposlts.
Laml Warrants houpht aiul solit.
Sjiecinl at ti'hl piven Id the selection ami
rililrv ef T.hrtds for Hcttlcrs or ilisliint dealers.
til Sifta il j. la ml-rranla or moi.t-v, in Iowa,
. Wp cImii,'!.' Ttai, IVJlai j'cr t)e Hutulrcd
and Sixty Acicn, and iiiaku itMsomtbie. ilaJuu
tiolis, when eiilcring large ipactiiics. . Vi'iion
Laud Warrants are sent, Two .and a Jijlf
Cents per Acre, (lie Lalnl Oil'ice Fee, must
accompany the Locating Fee.
When Warrants are sent, the No's of War
f.Hils," flAtt, to 'lioih "Tsa'aed " and assigned,
s'lonld he copied atil l etni"il, to guard against
loss a waila. .
Remittam es to us, can be inade in Dfaas
on any of the Eastern or Soutcrn Cities.
We' will vnler .ami itl V.'ajranU or Ca ill,
pay all Foes, Taxed ami 'Comnissiujia, .for
one third r the proas profits, accruing bom
the shle of the Laud hll expojisea toepmr out
of our third of tlie. profits. ()ur airaiigciueuiH
.are 8m.l that wc cm enter L.unU in all tlie
Ofliccs Id Iowa, Nebraska, aud Ivitoiaa. A
compt'teiil stirveycr always lu. reaJiucs to fiiul
and select choice Lands, Co. I'lrt-Df, Jtoea
QuAiiHlts, Mu.U Swat, M'tNta.M, Tracts,
ir. . , .
Within the next twelve montjis lbercwillt!
offered for sale In Nebraska and Kansas, Two
and a Half Million Acres oJ J.aud compris
ing flie best jiorluma of .tbiMtJlYfritories, and
extending along the Mtaijoui'i Kiyer, Troni the
Mouth ol' Kansas River or ths line of the
State of Missouri,! tb th Mouth of L-eau-cjui-conr
River. ) , . , .,'. .r
We solicit foreign Capitol for Itivcstineiil.J
liivestinents projierly made in, Western
Lands mid Town Lots, are now paying from
twenty-five to four hundred per cent.
we iieueva tliat neitous iiatroiiulng our
firm will hav u peculiar advciutagus over al
most any oth'r in this Country. We were
among the first Pioneers of this vast and
growing country and are intimately acquainted
with nearly every portion ot extern lowa,
Nebiaak and Kansas, aud believe we will bd
able to render e iusXaction in all business en
trtisted to us. , .
LETTI'ltS OF INQUIRY
Wlf.LiU: PIIOMTLY ANSWKIir.l).
ftKFT'RKNCI'3 i John Thompson; Hope,
Craydon & Co., New YorK City; Wood, lla
con '& Oo.i Philadelphia Straight, J)PMiiiig &,
Co., Cincinnati; D::rbv &, llarks.lalcj Hiiinjdi
retrs. Tutt & Terry 5 'Crow, M.-Creery & i)t
Kt. LonH . Isaacs & Almoad, Leavenworth
City, Kansas; Weene, Weare fc'Renton,
Coaneil Rhitl's, Iowa Henrt, Williams fc Co.,
Fairfield. Iowa s Charles Hendrie, Rullirtgton,
Town ; Hon. Aug; Hall, ' Koeiuqne, loVa ;
tion. .lames t raig, joseiin, jio. s Hon. A,
K. Fulton, Wytheville, Va ; Hon. F. McFullen,
l.stilville, Va. ; Hon. F. Fergusan, Chief Jus
tioe, lielh'vue, Vebraska.
Cleiiwoixl, Mills Co., lowa. 24-tf.
W. II. STARK & CO., a
Would resTMH-tfiillv inform the ladles and ten
tlemeii of Omaha and vicinity, that they havt
on hand and are manufacturing a complete
BOOTS AND SHOES,
tha bent ipiality, and warranted ; compri-
; the i'oliou mg, vi : . i .. :
ies' Fine Lace and Congees Otiters.
" .", .kid JiODces and Congress tiaiter.
" " 'Slliipers uiid Paroli Ties. ,
Heavy Morocco add CaTf Kootees.
Mies " "
(tiiilds :' ' !.i .
(ientt' Sewed Kip and Calf Boots. ' ' '
Pegged " . , f
l ine ie!h or Ttftip Boots.
" Water Pi-f asiiiSn'-eWtiom 1 yols.
i . ...i . t it i ..
,i e e.i, i. 'iic.JVOi.a.
OV-rarJ lies a'ul.fiAitcrs.
Kin am Crilf Shoes, . ,, ,
and Youths Kip Boots aiul Brogans.
iT Which are mud.! of tha best inn ieii.il
The oir.rket ailoids. , Oiir f.icilitte for scletU
tug are unsurpassed in F.asteni citic, mid we
wish it distinctly understood that we
"Warrant Every Article We Soil.
WetJii tbe ln'st cf workuM B lu our era
ploy. Ft cry utylo of Boot or Shoe ivade to
order, and tti'rr.tiiled an easy aud fa ohionaLlt
uo 13-lf W. If. STAUK St CO.
Greene, Voaro & Benton,
BANK KKS, DKALFRSIN F.VCIIANCF.,
an l Land Atits. Council BlufTs. lowa.
Notes and Bills coilecfrd, and remitted to any
part tf the I'nited S:stes; Money received oil
deposit, and interest allowed. Fnsfern pr
Suithern Drafts furnishM in sunn to suit pur
chasers. I.ajid thfic (nuiU Vi'A t rCufrency
or hills of Ffchanje 'Lest. erf-cted on good
security. Taxe paid. tit lea examine!, and
Heal F.atate bought and sold on Commissiaiii
payment. Olllce opposite the Pacific House,
in west lower room of Land Olllce. ; . i
RKKetKcts: F. 8. Jeaup k. Co. ; W. J.
Barney A. Co., Bankers. Dubuipie.lnwa ; Conk
Si. isttgeiil, liankere, Davenport, lowa j Cul
berton & Peno, Atanktrs, Iowa Citr, lwa
Peoplf rh"ik Ntw York City Ketchem.
K.irr & Be Banker. Ntw'.Yorfc Citvj
Selkon. Witt y V -tSo-.-A "nthmrton, I). C. ;
Hon. Chas.afdion,v Coa.; Paiatits, Wash
ington, 1. C. 5 Hn. A. r'. Dodge, S. U. S.
Hui liinrton, Iowa Hon. vir. W. Jones, 9. U.
H , Dubii'.pie, lowa j Hon. losejih Williams,
Chief Justice, Muscatine, f a.
Coancil lilurrs, Oct. 23, 185 1-tf
Eastern Boots & Shoes
, fii;i-U,N(l AT COST,
T It 1'. t) Jt A II A CITY A
Bd6t "anUSlioo- Stdro,
To make room for lny 'owri iiiiniifac'ure.
Also, a good Hssortment of Tnties' and (ients'
Uul'her, Oxers and Sandals of A. No. 1 quali
ty, at a very small ndvance, together with a
rniuplete assortment of work of my own man
iifacture, ihcluditi.Idleg' ami Gents' Jlullalo
Overs. v- '
Also, a well selected Stock of I ' ' ' '
Leather '.and Findings.
t P, P.l'ery style of Hoot nr Khoe-miule to
order, as iwual, .n.iict warranlrd easy, fashion
aide and durabls,
no 13-tf. . W. III'NTlY RTAHK.
HOUSE CARPENTER AND
V. llfllLiOS. Takes this method of in-
oiining his i'ririids, uul the public
geuprally, tbatbe is prepared to BUILD AND
FINISH, in the best manner
, Jlwcllisg Houses
Of every description of style and finish, on the
innt reasonable: terms. Thankful for past
favors, lie Bolicils a continuance of public
patronage., , .. , .
JiyUtvucpct. 3l, ISrili.-r'Mf-p ,i , - i
t i--y t J-
-HO03S CAPiNT0 Afit)
W l Would .respectfully Inform the Inhabi
tants of lilellavue and viriuitv tliat :w are
piepare4 Ui ERECT and FINISH
Buildings of nil Description,' " '
On the shortest JR)f ice, nrid tA thA mrtJt Av'ht-k-menlike
manlier. llavingbeCilieiigaltectln the
business several , years, ,wc J' (luj cwLt'lent in
statin::, that ail Ulio favor U'l with, their cus
tom, will be pleased Willi our w'orlr.
' :- ' r V. V. STORKS
Ilelleviie, Oct 21,' ViM. l-t
NEW ARRIVALS AT THE
, . i i3e:ai
THK Siibseriber respectfully invites the at
tention of purchasers, to bis largo and splendid
slock iif (ioods. consisting of ,. ,
DKY liOODS.' (; HOC Kill F.S, . '
IIAP.UW.VRK, HATS, , . ,
,". JlOOTS. CAPS,
SllOI'5. toi'.acco;, .
i PATKNT MF.DICI N KS, &c, tr,,
All of which lie warrants of tho best doscrip
tion, diul bought expressly for U) in market.
He has also a well selected slock of
O LOTI-II lTGV,
Mails alter the L AT KMT FASHIONS, f the
lJLST MATK1UALS, nnd by KXPKKI-
I.NCI'l.V:0UU.MJyvV aJtvLj-Mdutftrhe sell
C 1 1 1A FOR CASH.--
' - "JOllN'CIiASE.r
Bnlleyue, Oct. 23, 185. 1-tf ' " M
HOUSE CARPENTERS AND'
fllHK undersigned takes pleasure In an
X nonncingto tlie Inhabitants of Bellevue
and vicinitv. that thev are now prepared to
HU1LI) AND FINISH, in the beat maimer.
all styles of
Dwelling1 Houses, Cottages, &c, &c,
On lb ' shortest no'. ice, nnd In the most ap
proval style of workmanship. They will be
also linppy to do any work in their line of
business, which their friend may stand ia
nee: of. ' MYl.KS ,V IHLLYAJID.
llellevue, Oct. 30, lsj.i.2-tf
AT AJLF-N WOOD, K)W..
TOOTLE 1 455, ..GREENE
Ani? NOW IN MKCKIPT O T A IBESH SlTl'LVOy
AVliTch. when complete, will compose the
LAIlflEST n b k.st SF.LFCTFD STOCK
; ; lN MILLS COUNTY.
' orii HTotBi. orcIitoccKir.s ;
Are bought at the lowest terms for cash, -
COFFtF., . , ;
srn.-wU, . v . ' ,
. TEAS, ,
... . UlCE, '
" . JVl'TS, &.C, itc, te
Jdtea sn" liin,"caMi.J see' the m;.1lid
Hire for ;iniiselv3. They have twit let:'
sumiiiervd. ai.ij wintered ii hi. Louis, btl
bought an. I shiii' direct from the Lasterr
ciUei. Late xiy'les and a lull assortment of
DiUS COOUS, from a tea cent Lawn to a
Two D:d!i Silk.. Aho, a few fine rili.K
SUA tt'i.,.it; KT an.' PAKASOLS.
m ' ; t !. ! IllAt.
A fine stock old and youijp, fogies and
'fast' men. tail soon if you want a nice cor
est or pant, onesottahli' terms. -
, -"HA 1 Si f a I ITS M a it
NtvUe.a.iiiM.t d.ir 'klev'
A very large assortiiniit, consisHpjr la fjrf
of Smith's Tools, Spades, Shovels', Foek,
Hakes. Mors, liells. Mill, Crosscut, and Hand
Saws, Files, Anger. A s, Proadaxes, Adie,
Ciiisels. ir &e., to the end of tbe chapter.
lit l Liu v; !tmti:im ii.s.
A larire if, consisting of Fine Doors, Sish.
Shutter lilinds, P.iints. Oils, Nails, Locks,
IiU'hes, lilacs. Pu'rv, &. f- '
, IT ItMTMtE. t , ,J
Ihtrewta, rdstesds. Tables, Cli.ilrs, 'Titi
Safes, Ciibboars, Stands, 4.c.
'V W will s-11 cheaper for tili thar
any im.ihr in esu'rii low;).
rnorOuRAPHIC EN(J INFER, Executes
X Topographic, Fancy aud Plain Drawing
of every s'vle and description. Fancy, Oina
menUl and Piain Pdinting executed to order.
Oflice at the l'.eUe. i lluiie. Ilelleviie. N. T.
1 1 r a .. ... ma a
Ho! For Fresh Water.
THE anderalf aed respertfully infia-rii rj.al
inhabitauls cf Bellevue and tha surround rW
cauniry, that he is prepared to dig aial finish.
r WILLS AND CI3T32E5S, , ,
At the shortest notice, and on the meet rea
aoiubla terms. . , D. A. LOGAN.
HfMevue, Oct. 23, 15. 1-tf
VJI.AII.Y and expeditiously executed.
reasonable terms, at this Office.
FOR 1S17 VOL. 17.
v A VBLULY FAMILY JUUKNAL.
' ! nt;rtTFT-to v '
Vr'cstern Agriculture., JlorliculUirc, Mcch.in
'.' ics, Lilaeatlon. Lit'Tature, JUarkets,, ;
and (Jeneral News.
' N " r.fcn tn at .
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Over Five Hundred Practical Fanners anil
Mechanics, who have heretofore written,
and will continue, with rianv others,
to write for the benefit of their
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P is the Oldest Agricultural Paper in the
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bindiii! ia eharactcrlsed by a high moral
tone labors t promote. the lHeresls end ad
vaiiceineiit'of the whole' of the family, and
to develop the Agricullural Resources of the
West. A special and competent Commercial
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Kejiorts weekly. It is essentially the family
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the person sending chili.
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X'w An old subscriber sending two new
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I -tj" S-ibserihe now. You wait and need
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( V liu reftt money may be sent by mail at
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Address "Prairie Fanner,'' 47 Clack
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character, inserted at (en cents per line each
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... v. - fou mi. ' x
This work has been the standard fortwenty
eeveii years. When an Imitation has been at
tempted it has fa iled. It is
THE ONLY LADY'S BOOK
PUBLISHED IN AM Hit IC A.
NEW FHATUP.ES FOR lSr7 :
How to dress with Taste. Children's
Clothes -How to rut and contrive them.
Painting on (ilas. Patchwork. The Dress
maker and the Milliner.
Drawing in all its variety, useful to the be
ginner and tho proficient. ' , . '
Fashions from the stabliahintnt of the cel
ebrated "llrodie," will be in every liumlier.
F.very-day Actualities A new series of
these 'illustrated articles will be given. ' -
Point, Brussels, and Venetian Lace of
oory variety. "-.A iptciiueu f tlie etitrh to he
Ttaert'lrr aeli 'i!l be giveh; s la addition Mthe
1" Tages of JlcadtJig will bs
Jit ) I'in
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given month TV;
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(iodwy'e. four figured Colored FasliionaJ i r i
Euibro'ulery Patterns, i Model Cottajef,
Dress flaking with Diagrams to cut by.,
Drees Patterns Infants' ami Children's
dresses, with dcHcriptioiis how to make them.
All kinds of Crotchet and Netting work.
. The Nurse and the Nursery Very excel
lent articles upon these subjects will often bt
CODEY'S INVALUABLE RECIPES
DPON r.VERY SUBJECT.
MUSICt-Thrce dollars' . orth is g4ven
every- vcur. ,.. - - - -
In the vsriou nnmhera for lf57, vrill be
found the newest designs for ', '
Window Curtains, Kroderic Anglaiso Slippers,
Bonnets, Caps, Cloak, Evening Dresses,
.! Fancy Articles, I lead Dresses, Hair-
Dif ssing. Holies lie Craml.le, Car
riage Dresses, Brides' Dress-
en, Wreaths. Mantillasj
(. - , rali,i:ig J-ircssea,
.' Ar lUdins Habits, iiA-J-
and Morning Dresses.
Dresses for Infants and Yaaiie Misses,
Boys' Dresses, Cape and Cloaks of Fur tn
season, Patterns for Needle-work of all kinds
and patterns to cut dresses by are given
Crochet and Netting Work In Colors, Slip
per in Colors.
Drawing Lessons for Youth. '
Semi in vour orders soon, as we expect our
list for IH.'iT will reach 1011,000 copies. The
fcest plan of eiibsi rihing is to send your money
direct to the liublicher. Those who send
large amounts liiid better send drafts, but
cotes will answer if drafts cannot be pro
cured. We think we can show how much cheaper
it Is to take the Lady's Book at Three Dol
la r than anyqther inagazlnt at Two DolV'jTs.
W I4" will take a laW number of both. Tfie
Two Dollar Magazine couttiined 'M articles,
the Lady's Hook t'-. v f V
Tip" Tw'j," Dollar iMsgaicine rontaiqej 32 en-
fraMT;?v. the I.n.h-'s Hohk S'i. ,; '
Tlie 'Fwo Dollar Alagaine contained Ctp.-u
gee. the Lady's Book KIO.
Twenty -four more engravings, twenty six
more articles, a:id tinny-six more pagea,
ne -rlv double the. 'piantity. The lowest chili
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li cents diliereuce ill ihe price, which is lliree
a inl a half c.uuts on er.cli nwui'ier, and for that
sum. (three imd a half v"it). you receive
twi'n'y.sin more articles, twenty-four more
engravings, and thirty-six more pages mon'h-l.vtTt-tril-i
f fverr fjieip fhrt ;.i"i(r.n(h?
cmi-vorrVr'. Tlifs riew of the else lift's
proOiulf neser loil c he.na pftentt rl, but H is
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the person sending the club, making nine
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Codey's Lady's Book and Harper's
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113 ChesBiit St., PhlUda., Pa.
CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER.
ri'ITK Cheapest Family Newspaper In tke
JL West 1 The Weekly Plain Dealer will
commence its Sixteenth oluine on the 1st day
of January, 1X57. It will continue the same
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nal it has ever been, Dealing Plainly but kind
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sure and last hope." It will oppose Fuelon
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following important and exciting National
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as against the claims of England Our Right
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The Acquisition of Cuba The Annexation
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Minnesota ns a State Admission of Oregon
Admission of Utah, with or without Poly
gamy Admission of Kansas, with or without
Slaverv Probable Admission of Nebraska
and Washington Territories The Inaugural
Mess.itfe of .lames Buchanan The Doings of
the New Democratic Congress. These are
some of the leading event a which will distifl
gui. h the inc.kioiiig Administration, and most
of tbemwill transpire during the coming year.
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New York Papers, and the Plain Dealer, be
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the first to publish the Foreign and Domestic
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Washington during the Session of Congress,
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tirely unnecessary for them to subscribe for a
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STEAM FERRY BOAT.
"FlHE subscriber begs leavt to inform tha
JL public, that he ha now In operation, a
neat-eleaa. eWeam Feny Boat, at Bellerue, If. T."
at tbe point known as old Tr'dar'a point Ferry.
The Boat is oa of tht lead oh the Missouri
"liver, and ewery exertion will ba uaed to ena
ble the public U cross tht liiv with aafety,
tMlti NATHANIEL O. BENTON. .
roit's 4 i.r.
A valuable timber Claim of 100 acres, with-"
In three anile of Bellevue City, for sale. Zv
quirt at this Office. nSTti.
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