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Or, The Forger Convicted. r. j"" )i) y'' r ntt to hint a Surr Prtrrntirt iZti:il Countcrfriling lumk or f i li ;A u j m : a i 1 1 hi a u in "ButicTibe! Snbicrlbe! Sabicribe! JOHN S. D VI'. in the Author, mulli Hank Note engravers Nil say t lint he Is t It greatest judge of paper money' living, cheaper than the cheapest) rr.nr.n than ryr. iif.sti PiiSllnlinl weekly. Tit whole only On Dollar a Vrnr. GREATEST DlSCOVKHVof the present century fur detecting rnnnterfelt Bunk Notesi drsri ibing rvcry genuine lull In existence, ssnd exhibiting at a glance rvery counterfeit In rir iilstin, Arranged n admirably Hint refer enrr In ess -r nnd detection Instantaneous. No pages to hunt ii, but no simplified nml arranged Mint the men-haul, banket and business man can see all nt A glance. ' ( It hns taken years to make perfect tills GREAT DISCOVERY. The urgent neren nity for such work Ims long b-n felt by commercial men. It hnn been published to supply (lie mil for such a preventive, a ml nerds hut to he known to he universally patronized. It docs more thnn hnn ever been ttrinpted by iniii. It'dcsrrlhcs every bank note in three different languages English. French nnd Ger man. Thnn each may read thn nam in hln own unlive toniiie. Tr.K.Mn. The paper will he about 2 bv M inrhen, nnd will rontiiln the mnnt perfect Rank Note List published, torether with til rnte of discount. Also a list of all the private Hank ers in America. A complete summary of the ' Finances iif V.nrope nod America will he published In each edition, together with nil the important news nf the day. Also INTERF.STI FG STORIES from ait old mnnuncrlpt found In the Fust, nnd no where else to he found. It hnn never yet appeared in print, nnd furnishea the most com plete history of Oriental Fife, and describing the most perplexing positions in which the Ladies and gentlemen of that country have been no often found. Then stories will con tinue throughout the whole yenr, and will prove the most entertaining ever otfbrrd to the public. P. A. SARPY, Wholosalo & Retail Merchant, CORNER OF MAIN AND GRKI10RY STRKKTS, ST. MARY, IOWA. HASjnet received and now tins for sale, a large assortment of selected merchandise adapted to the winds of all in thin new And thriving community, which he enn sell anc heap ns can us ollered elsewhere so high upon Hie Missouri river. His goods have been selected by an experienced purchaser, with special reference to tho circumstances mid wants of all classes of settlers in a new country. La dies and gentlemen, children and youth, all can. be supplied. Call and nee for yourselves. Ilin stork consists of the following, among a great many other articles lie cannot now enu merate t Aiming his lry ;ood, May be found Woolen nnd Satinet Cloths, Casslnets, Tweeds, Cashmeres, Llnsrys, Flannel, Hi'd, White, Gray and Blue, Caspian Plaids, Cotton Goods, Sheetings and Shirtings, nieached and Unbleached, (Hue and White, Drillings, Osnaburg, Bed-Ticking, Hickory Checks, &c, fce. Fancy Goods, A beautiful assortment of fancy prints of every variety of style and pattern, "Ginghams, Lawns, Figured Alpaoca, Bombazines, Rom bayetts. Shawls, Soar's Handkerchiefs, Neck erchiefs, Crape, Muslin, Edgings, Kihbnns, AC, lit. (lot hln::. A well selected stock of Summer, Fall and Winter Clothing, consisting in part of fine Dress Coats, Pants and Vests ( also, good Summer Clothing of all descriptions, and heavy Clothing lor Fall and Winter use. Also, Shirts, Knit Flannel Drawers nnd Undershirts, Socks, Ac. Mens' and Hoys' Hats nnd Caps, of va rious fashions, oualities nnd prices. Hoots & Shoes, thick Aim thin, polished and unpolished, f every description, for Men, Women, and Children's use. (irorcrjes, ' Crushed, Cls rified. Loaf and Brown Sugar, Molasses. Syrup Molasses, Golden Syrup, Superior Tea, Uio and Java Colter, Sassafras, Ginger, Pepper, Cloves, Spice, Cinnamon, ground Ginger, Nutmegs, Snuffs, Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes, Soap, Candles, Vinegar, Pickles Pepper-Sauce, tc, A.c. Provisions. , A large assortment of Flour, of various qualities and prices; Corn Meal and all tlx various products of the Farm and Garden; MeJron, Fish, Kiln dried Apples, Peaches, Currants, Raisins, &c. Hardware, (ry Furnished weekly to subscribers only at a year. All letters must be addressed to JOHN S. DVF., Broker, , Publisher and Proprietor, 3m.T 70 Wall Street, New York. Stoves of various patterns, for Cooking ami Ileatiiu: rooms, Stove-pipe and F.lbows, largi and small lion Kettles, Frying Pans, Skillets lUiid-honi., Shovels and Tongues, Manurrauj l.y Forks, Scythes, Shovels and Spades, Lot and 1 race Chains, Axes, Hammers, Pincers Iron and Steel, Nails, HoTae-Rasps, Files, Saws, Knives and Forks. Pocket Knives. Ra zors. Hulls, and Screws, Door Handles, Knob. Locks, ice. . Tinware, , A general assortment kept for house.ho purposes. Woodwaie. . Wash-tubs, Shakers Pails, Wood and Zinc Washboards. Leather. Reds Leather, Harness leather. Cowhide, Kip Skins, Calfskins, Linings and Morocco, Saddles, Bridle. H liters, 1-niits, Circiucles, Belly-bands, Driving-lines, Coll.irs, Back straps, Girths, Klind-hrldles, Kc, a.. .lledirlnes. A general assortmtnt of Medicines, for Fevers, Fever and Ague, und the common complaints of the country. Cook's, Lee's, Sappenytou's, Bragg's tint Jaynes' Pills, Qui nine, Tonics, snd various kinds of Stimulants, Anodynes, Liniments, and othrr articles neces sary for the sick hud the invalid, l-tf GLENWOOD HOTEL Corner of Locust and f oolr Jjc Streets, ;i.Kvoni, iowa. "(lothuis! notnYnYi'TlitWugi A LVRGE STOCK OF URADY MADK Clotiiin? of the latest Fashion, at CLRAUWATLR. WUFIX 4. SANDERS. June 4lh, 1S57. liJt. IMKNEIU HEAD! TOIIX P. HORN CO., near Hi.' Pristine f umce. uell.'vue, nave On uaiu lions,( Hoes, Spaoes, Forks, H.nue, and a general I anortuient of Fanniti!! Tool-". Call and see. ! July, Ki, i;.7. a V. AN F. NT I IIF. STOCK OT NEW GOODS. u.i;ini ui:R miihb & saoi:iw Hntr trceivrd and uprnrd t thlr rev? store, in ths rrsr and nmr to the Be II u us llousr, in Belleviie, thn jLargost & B st Solocted Slock of Goods ever bnmuht to Bcllems j which thry vwll sell f.r rash at prices far be low those at which goods have bren offered heretofore. ..... We don't Intend to Mien the hlghfalntln slvln of some in their advertisements, but stats thn plain troth when wa say that our Goods were purchased at such prices, tl t we defy competition, and only ask purchaser, to give us a call in order to satisfy themselves. Our stock consists in part of the following articles i French, F.nglish and American Cloths, Cnsslmeres Tweeds, Sattinetts, Kentucky .Trans, Bed Ticking, ' ' J'l.lid Limeys, Flannels, fcc, Alc.. F.vrry variety of Fashionable DUF.3S GOODS, American and F.nglish Prints, tec. A large assortment of HATS ; BOOTH and SHOr.S, of avery var style. Msirdwarc. Our stock of this is largo and complete. GLASSWARF. and QUF.F.NSWARF.. ' Window Glass of all Sizes. Of every description, surh as Sncnr, Coffee, Hice, Tobacco, Ngars aim Suuli, t smiies nnd Son p. We have made nrrnngements to have a su perior article of FLOUR always on hand. In conclusion, w would say come and sat isfy yourselves. no2v-tf. CIRCULAR. TO Til LANI1 nrriCF.R IK Til B TKKRITOBtKS 01' MINKr.SOTA, KAKSAS AND NKIISASKA. B1 Y joint resolution of Congress, approved March, 1H.'7, valid ore-emotion claims on the lilth and 3ith sections, heretofore reserved for schools. In the Territories of Minnesota, Kansas nnd Nebraska, will be recognired wiir.nic Ttir. scttlkmbnt has sccn, oh may 1st, In easel where thn approved plat of survey has not yet been returned, the declara tory statement must no nieu wrriu tiirkk months aftks Tiir. SErr.iPT or such ap rsov'sn vlat at tiir ntsTBicT ovFiri:. 2d. Where the pint is now in the Register's Oilier, the declaration must be filed within I three mouths from the rinsT publication or THIS IRCUI.AR IN VOVB DISTRICT. A failure to comply with this requirement, will work a forfeiture of the claim. T1I0S. A. 1IF.NDIUCK8,, n 30-fUv Commissioner. Entering Town Sites. The following correspondence will show ft.t ti,. ..t "n.. t.,.1 T .,:.lJf..r. r.r th .. v . ... " ' I TWrll , .l..l,.ltlnT (l. IVnnttf rnmnili. ... ..H....v.,. ..... Sites, Is not recognized by the Commissioner or the Land (iitire, It is a auestiort of doubt whether ths Judres of Probate, or the United States Judges, can be regarded as "Judges of tho County Court." As soon ns that doubt is removed, notice wiJ he given. In the mean time uo entering of towns not incorporated can tie made. A copy of the act of the Inst Legislature will he placed in the hands of the Commis sioner, and. under the circumstances, ths en tries already made mav be confirmed. JOHN A. PARK KB, Register. Land Office, May UUh, 1857. ( f extract or A I.r.TTT.R to the cmissioser Of tiik i AND-o i lcr, PAICli Land Orrice, Omaha, April 13, 1857. Under the "act of twenty-third May, 1841,' the "Judges or the County I ourt ' are givrn the authority to enter "Town Sites." In this Territory there are no such otficers as "Judges or the t ountv lourt, nut the Legislature hai recognued the "County Commissioners" as the Kroner persons to enter "Town Sites." and we have, in view of the spirit of the law, permitted such entries, in the hope that it will niet the approbation of the Department. v ery respectfully, your ohed'nt servant, . JOHN' A. PARKER, Register, WTTCHsKSAIE & HKTAIIi I would respectfully invite the citizens of Belleviie and Douglas Co., to examine my large and well selected assortment or DRY GOODS. GROCERIES. CROCKERY, HARDWARE, BOOTS, SHOES, DRUGS, MEDICINES, HATS & CAPS, DOORS, SASH, fcc, &.C, And in fact every variety usually called for in the West. I am confident that anv one wishing to purchase eoods will be entirely satisfied, and find it will be to their interest to call and examine my large and well selected assortment of coods. L. B. KINNEY. ' Belleviie, Oct. 23, 1SS8. l-tf j i' - 1 CPADES. Shovels. Hoes. Hav forks. Hav O rakes, Brooms, Scythes and Snaths, Nails, Window Glass. Putty, Tea, Indign, Nutmegs, I'owder, htiot, Gun 1 aps, and HM 11 other ar ticles to be had cheap for cash, at CLE A R WATER, WHITE & SANDERS. ii.M. L OOK1NG GLASSES of all sizes, at CLE ARWAEER, WHITE Jt SANDERS. n31. pOCKF.T KNIVES and Table Cutlery to jl ne loutui hi CLEARWATER, WHITE Jt SANDERS. n3!. I F.ST Amerkau Calicoes at 12 i-'l cents I ) per yard, and other Dress Goods in pro- Portion, at CLEARWATER, WHITE k SANDERS. Ii31. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CROCK- LA lOl'BLKand Single Eastern made Har- IV ne esses, at CLEARWATER, WHITE fc 8ANDERS, n3itr CIIAS. CHltlSTOrilL'R, MACHINIST & COPPER SMITH, In all its Branches. BELLEVUB AND OMAITA. - 1 TARDWARF., Spades, i X Fork", ie., at the j BELLEVUE STORE, NEW GQ0DSII1NEW PRICES!! Krw fer) thing, at tb Old JuuQ y SARPY a. ENGLISH. EDWARD C. EOSBYSHELL HAS the lionor to inform thn people of ths Southern District of Douglas and the adjoin trie cmintiest Nsbrassa, Uiat lie is now open ing one of ths largest Stocks of GOODS rvcr brought to Glenwood, Mills county, Iowa, ronsistlnf or DHY GOODS, H A HI) WAR K, GROCF.RIF.S, HOOTS fc SHOES, y UF.FNSWARE, J.I'.ATHKR, v IRON, HATS II CAPS, NAILS, , COHDAGK, OILS. PAINTS, DYK-STUFFS, uf(imi tir i r ? i wit iir t t) l HF.ADY-MADK CLOTHINti, CARPF.NTF.RS TOOLS, YANK F. F. NOTIONS, fee., And evervthlnir that mav be found eenerall In city stores, all of which hn will tell CIIMI' tun i;ami. far ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY TRO DUt'F. tasen in rxchwnge for (.ooda. Buy ers from town or country wishing good and cheap Goods, either at wholesale or retail, will snvr money by calling and examining his toe, before imrchasing elsewhere. - they will Cm. I good bnrgllin and fair dealing. (tLEsjwoon, Iowa. no 4-tl L. Nuckolls ti Co. BANKERS & LAND AGENTS, GLFN WOOD, IOWA Collection 'mada! ib1.lowai Nebraska and Kansas, and remitted nt current fates of ex change, free of charge. Iaihiis ellected for foreiirn Capitalists, at Wi'.sir.RK Ratks of Interest, on real evta'.e Security. Farms, Town Lots and Unimproved Lands bought and sobL' I ' 'r''.'. ! , t 1 axes paid in nny Coimlr in the Slate- also in Nebraska and Kansas. Notes bought and Money loaned on good Security. uteres paid on Special De-posits, Land Warrant! boueht and sold. Special attention given to the selection ami entry of Lands for settlers or distant dealers, either with Land Warrants or money, in Iowa, Pifhraska or Kansas. We charge Ten Dollars per One llundreH and Sixty Acres, and make reasonable deduc tions, when entering large (lnautities.. When Land i Warrant me tent, Two and 'a lLilf Cents! pcf Aero, Uie lartd Ollice Fte, m.iet accouipany the Locating Fer. iien warrants are sent. the No's of war rants, date, to whom issued and assigned, should be copied and retaiued,to guard against loss in mail. Remittances to hi , can ha made in Drafts on any of the Fastcrn or Sositern Cities. We will enter Ijuid with Warrants) or Cash, pay all Fees, Taxes and Commissions, for one third of tiie gross profits, accruing from the sMe of the I .and -nil expenses to come out of our third of the orofits. (ir arramrementH are such that we ttin niter Land In all tba Offices in Iowa, Nebraska, and Kansas. A competent surveyer always in readiness to find ana select choice Lands, Coa Fielps, Kock Quarries, Mill Site, Mieal. Tracts, Vc. Within the next twelve month there-will be offered for sale in Nebraska and Kansas, Two and a Half Million Acres of I .and, comprls esi pomons or uiose iernior.es, nu exienoing along tne missonn Kiver. rroin tne f ...V. . t- . ... 1 ' . . I'luuui 01 ivnusns llYrr or uie nil l llie cm,. nr Mi..n,i k. r.,4k i .... qui-cour River We solicit roreign Capitol for investment Investments rironerlv made in Western Lands and Town Lots, are now paying from twenty-nve to four hundred per cent. V e (relieve that persons patronuinir our firm will have peculiar advantages over al most any other in this Country. We were among the first Pioneers of this vast and growing country and are intimately acquainted wltn nearly every portion of Western Iowa, .enraska ana Kansas, and ueuee we win be able to render satisfaction in all business en trusted to us.) ' I j , j ' 1 ' LETTERS OF' INQUIRY WILL UK PROMTLY ANSWERED. Kr.r KKKNCKS: John Thompson t Hope, Graydon &. Co., New YorK City Wood, lia- con & Co., Philadelphia i Straight, Deming & Co., Cincinnati; Darby k. iiarks.lalej Humph reys, rutt II Terry t Crow, MoCreerr & Co nt. Liouis i Isaacs & Almond, Leavenworth City, Kansass Greene, Wears &. Benton l ounril limits, Iowa; llcnn, Williams & vo V airfield, Iowa Charles Ilendne, Jlurlmgton Iowa Hon. Aug. Hall, ' Keosanque, Iowa lion. James t raig, M. Joseph, lo. j Hon. A. S. Fulton. Wytheville.VatHoti.F. MeFullen Kstilville, V a.i Hon. r. r ergusou, Chief Jus uce, Bellcvue, iMebraska. Glenwood, Mills Co., Iowa. 2-l-tf, W. H. STARK & CO., Would respectfully inform the ladles and gen- tlrmru of Omaha and vicinity, that they have on hand and are manufacturing a complete stock of BOOTS AND SHOES, Of the best quality, and warranted compri sing the following, vis ) r Ladies' Fine Lnce and Congress Gaiters. " Kid BooUesand Congress (.alter. Slippers and Parodi Ties. Heavy Morocco and Calf Ilootees. Misses " " " Childs' " ' !!!. Gents' Sewed Kip and Calf Boots. . regg. d " Fine French or Pump Boots. ' 1 Water Proof and Quilted-Bottom F xrts. Patent Calf Boots. Oxford Ties and Gaiters. Kin and Calf Shoes. Boys' and Youths' Kip Boots and Brogans. All of which are made of the best material the market adonis. Our facilities for select ing are unsurpassed in Eastern cities, and we wish it distinctly understood that we ' ' i Warrant Every Article We Sell. We have the best of workmen in our em ploy. Every stvle of Boot or Kline made to order, aud warranted aa easy and fashionable fit. Respectfully, no 13-tf , W. H. STARK Jt CO. , Greene, Weare & Benton, T ANKERS, DEALERS IN EXCHANGE, -ls and J-and Agents, Council Ulutts, Iowa, Notes and Kills collected and remitted to any part or the I'm tea Mates. Money rscmreu on deposit, aud interest allowed, l.astern or Njutliern Drills ruriualied in sums to suit pur' chasers;. Land Oliiee fuuU paid for Currency or bills of Exchange. J-oans effected on good security, laxea paid, titles examined, and Real Estate bonirht and sold on Commission. Lands entered for aettlers and time given for payment. OiMce opposite the Pacific House, in west lower room or L,ana uince. Ki:.TENcr: F. S. Jesup & Co.; W. J. Barney & Co., Psnkera, Dubuque, Iowa ; Cook . nargeiiT. Hankers, Davenport, Iowa t Oul Perton fc Reno, linkers, j0wa City, lwaj People's Rank. New York Cityi Ketchem, Rogers & Be met, Bankers, New York Cityj Kelkon, WitlTs fc Co., Washington, D.'O. t uon. inai. iidsoii, coin. :r I'ntrnts, Wash ington. II. C. ; H-n. A. 1. Doilr, S. U. S, Burlington, iowa; II. m. i.. V. Jones, S. U, H . Dubuque, Iowa ; Hon. loscpli Williams, i inei jusin-e, muscarine, Council Bluirs, Ou. 'it, 1S00 1-lf .ANOTHER.. GRAND ENTERPRISE! 1000 PAIRS Eastern Boots & Shoes SELLING AT COST AT T II K OMAHA CITY Boot and Shoo Store, To make room for my own manufacture. Also, a good assortment of Ladles' and Gents' Rubber, Overs and Sandals of A. No. 1 quali ty, at a very small advance, together with a complete assortment of work of my own man ufacture, including Ladies' and Gents' Buffalo uvers. Also, a well selected Stock of Leather and Findings. P. 8. Fverv stvle of Boot or Shoe made to order, as usual, and warranted easy(ashion- me ana aurabie, no 13-tf. W. HENRY STARK. HOUSECARPENTER AND AN. BRIGGS, Takes this method of ln- forming his friends, and the public enerally, that he is prepared to BUILD AND lalsit, in the best manner Dwelling Houses Of every description of style and finish, on the most reasonable terms. Thankful for past favors, ha solicits a continuance of public patronage. ut.'iicvue, uct. 30, lsitt. a-tr HOUSE CARPENTERS AND WF. would respectfully inform the inhabi tants of Bcllevue and vicinity that we are prepared to ERLCT and FINISH Buildings of all Descriptions, On the shortest notice, and in the most work menlike manner. Having been engaged in the business several years, we feel confident in tating, that all who favor us with their cus tom, will be pleased with our work. Bellevur, Oct 23, 1856. l-tf NEW ARRIVALS AT THE M ! ' CHEAP THE Subscriber respectfully invites ths at tention of purchasers, to his large and splendid stock or oorts, coiuiisling or UKt UUUUS, UKUUr.Klt.3, HARDWARE, HATS, BOOTS, CAPS, r SHOES, TOBACCO, PATENT MEDICINES, tc, &c, All of which he warrants of the best descrip tion, and bortght expressly for this market He has also a well selected stock of HEADY-MADE CLOTHING, Made after the LATEST FASHIONS, of the BEST MATERIALS, and by EXPERI ENCED WORKMEN, all of which he ael . , JOHN CHASE. Bellevue, Oct. 23, 185d. l-tf HOUSE CARPENTERS AND r : JOINERS. ' THK nwrcrslgned takes pleasure In an nouncing to the inhabitants of Bellevue nnd vicinity, that they are pow 'prepared to BUIL4) AM J l.MSU, in the best manner, all styles of . Dwelling Houses, Cottages, &c, &c, On the shortest notice, and in the most ap proved style of workmanship. They will be also happy to do any work in their line of business, which their friends may stand in need of. MY Kits k. MILLIARD. Bellevue, Oct. 30, 1850 2-tf ; LATE ARRIVAL!! AT GLENWOOD, IOWA. TOOTLE & GREENE ASK NOW IX RECEIPT OF A FSESI1 SUTPLV OF shew wm9 Which, when complete, will compose the LARGEST anb hfst SFLF.CTED STOCK IN MILLS COUNTY. ODIl STOCK OF OROCERIES Are bought at Uie lowest terms for cash, consist of COFFEE, SUGR, ' TEAS, FISH, KICE, CURRANTS, RAISINS. ' CANDIES. MOLASSES, SYRUP, FRUIT, NUTS, fcc, fce., Itr DRY GOODS. Toadies and Gents, call and see them, and price for Tour?elvrs. lhey have not bern summered and wintered in St. Louis, but bought and shipped direct from the Fasten cities. Late styles and a full assortment of DRESS GOODS, from a ten cent Lawn to a Two Dollar Silk. Also, a few fine SILK SHAWLS, BONNETS nnd PARASOLS. CLOT II I NO. A fine stock old and young, fogies and 'fast men, call soon If you want a nice coat vest or pants, on reasonable terms. HATS! IIATSM New styles, cheap and durable. HAIlDWAlti:. A ery large assortment, consisting In part of Smith's Tools, Spades, Shovels, Forks. Rakes, Hoes, Bells, Mill, Crosscut, and Hand Saws, Files, Augers, Axes, Broadaxes, Adze, linseis, &c, fee, to tne end or tne chapter, iuu.imu M AT t: HI A 1.8. A large lot, consisting of Fine Doors, Sash Shutter Blinds, Paints, Oils, Nails, Locks, iaicnes, uiass. rutty, &c. FIRMTIRE. Bureaus, Bedsteads, Tables, Chairs, Tin Safes, Cubboars, Stands, fcc. CV We will sell cheaper for cash thar any nouse in western iowa. no 8-tf. TOOTLE t GREENE, A. Schimonsky, mOPOGRAPIMC ENGINEER. Executes A. Topographic, Fancy and Plain Drawing or every style and description, ranry, (Jrna mrntal and Plain Painting executed to order. Office at the Bellevue House, Bellevue, N. T. Keff stwcEi P. A. Sarpy, SU Mary, Iowa Judge Gihuore, Bellevue. l-tf Ho! For Fresh Water. THE undersigned respectfully informs the inhabitants of Bellrvns and Uie surrounding country, that he is preparrd to dig and finish, WELLS AND CISTERNS, At the shortest notice, and on the most rea sonsble terms. 1). A. LOGAN. IVIIevue, Oct. 23, l5n.-tf TOHN ANDERSON'S Best Chewing and O Smoking Tobacco, at CLEARWATER, WHITE L SANDERS, PRAIRIE FARMER KOR 1857 VOL 17. A WEEKLY FAMILY JOURNAL. eorri t Western AgTiulturr. Horticult'wr, Median- ki, Cducatimi, Utersture, Markets, and General News. f.DITtO BT CHARLES 1). 1311AGD0N. JOHN A. KENNICOTT, Corrw'lnd Edfter 1 assistkii ar Over Fiv Hundred Practissjf Farmers ami Mechanics, who have heretnfore written and will continue, with many others, to writs for the beneM of their . brethren and the tsiblic. The "Prairie Farmrr" Is oVroterfta tne fn trfest of th Western Farmrr and Mechanle. It Is the Oldest AgricultntaT Paper in the West Is published weekly in quarto form, fot bindingIs characterised by a high moral tone labors to promote the interests and ad vancement of the wiiof.c of the family, anc? to develop ths Agricultural itesources or tne West. A special and competent Commercial Reporter is employed to give accurate Market Reports weekly. It is essentially ths family paper for the West. I ropy, 1 year, $2 in advance, or $2.50 at the end of the year. II eopies, 1 yenr, $20.00 free copy to ' the person sending club. 20 copies, 1 year, $35 00 free copy to the person sending club. 60 copies, 1 year, $75.00 free copy to the person sending club. (tV An old subscriber lending two new ones, or $5, will receive three copies one year. QV" Subscriptions at the club rates must bejmid invariably in advance. (JV Subscribe now. You want and need "The Farmer." We want you to have it. V Current money may be sent by mail at our risk, provided the letters are "registered." iPfT Address "Prairie Farmer," 47 Clark street, Chicago, ill Advertisements, of nn appropriate aracter, inserted at ten cents per line each cha Insertion payment in advance. GODEY'S GREATEST EFFORT. STILL GSF.ATEa ATTRACTIONS Will be offered in GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK FOR 1857. This work has bern the standard fortwenty- seven years. When an imitation has been. at tempted it has failed. It W THE ONLY LADY'S BOOK PUBLISHED IN AMERICA NEW F7TATTJRES FOR 1S!)7 : How to dress with Taste. Children's Clothes How to cut and eontrive them. Painting on folaas. Patchwork. The Dress maker and the Milliner. Drawing in-all its variety, useful to the be rinner ana the proficient. Fashions from the establishment of the cel ebrated "BrocMe,"' will be in every number. Every-dar Actuaties A new series of taese illustrated articles will be given. Pfntf Brussels, and Venetian Lace of eTerr variety. A specimen of the stitch to be nserf in eacfi will be given. In addition to the above. One Hundred Paces of Reading will be given monthly. Godev's Splendid Engravings on steel. London, Paris and Philadelphia Fashions Godey's four figured Colored lashions. Embroidery Patterns, Model Cottages Dress Makin'e with Diagrams to cut by. Dress I'aiterns lnrantv nnu i;nimrcn's dresses, with descriptions how to make them All kinds or Crotchet and netting work. The Nurse and tlie Nursery Very excel lent articles upon these subjects will often be given. UUUtI'8 lAYALUAHLb KttirLS UPOK EVF.BY SUBJECT. MUSIC Three dollars' worth is given every year. in tne various numocrs ior moi, win dc found the newest designs lor Window Curtains, Hroderlc Angiaise suppers, Bonnets, Caps, Cloaks, hvenmg Dresses, Fancy Articles, Head Dresses, Hair Dressing, Robes de Cramhle, Car riage Dresses, Brides' Dress es, Wreaths, Mantillas, Walking Dresses, Hiding Habits, , ( and Morning Dresses. Dresses for Infants and Young Misses Boys' Dresses, Capes and Cloaks of Fur in season, Patterns for Needle-work of all kinds and patterns to cut dresses by are given month v. Crochet and Netting Work In Colors, Slip pers in colors. Drawing Lessons ror routn. Send in vour orders soon, as we exneet our list for 18J7 will reach 100,000 copies. The best plan of subscribing is to send your money nircct to tne pumiHiier. inose wno send large mounts had better send drafts, but notes will answer if drafts cannot be pro cured. We think we can show how much cheaper it is io lake uie jauvs Moon at I tiree Do I larsthan any other magazine at Two Dollars, we will take a late number of both. TI) Two Dollar Magazine contained 3d articles the liady'a Book 112. The Two Dollar Magazine contained 32 en cravings, the Lady's Book 5n, The Two Dollar Magaxiue contained 64 pa ges, tne juauv's jjooic iw. Twenty-four more engravings, ' twenty six more articles, and tmrty-six more pares nearly double the quantity. The lowest club price of the Two Dollar Magazine is flJiS lowest club price of Lady's Book $1,67, only 42 cents difference in the price, which Is three and a half rents nn each number, and for that sum (three and a nail cents), you receiv twenty-six more articles, twenty-four more engravings, and tnirty-six more pages month ly certainly a very cheap three and a half cents' worth. Tins view of the ease has probably never before been presented, but it i a true statement, which any lady can con vince herself of by comparing the two maga zines. TERMS, CASH IV ADVANCE. . une copy, one year, SJ. Iwo copies, 014 year, o. inree copies, one year. u. Five copies one year, and an extra copy to uie person sending me ertiD, making six eopies $10. Eight copies one year and an extra copy to uie person senum- trie chid, making nine copies $15. Eleven copies one year, and an extra copy to uie person sending uie club, making twelv copies .'u. Cv" The above terms cannot he deviated Troin, no matter how many are ordered. SPECIAL CLUBBING WITH OTHER MAGAZINES. Godey's Lady'a Book and Arthur's Home Magazines both one year for $3 50. Godey's Lady'a Book aud Harper' Maga' ui uuui oiiv ve.ir ior e 7J. Godey's Lady's Book, Harper's Magazine ana a ruin r 1 Jioine magazine one year The above is the only way we cau club with Harper's Magazine. The money must all be sent at on time for any of the Clubs. bubscrilters in the British Provinces wh send for clubs, must remit & certs extra on every subscriber, to iay the American et age 10 ins lines. Address. L. A. GODEY. 113 Cbcssat St., Phildiia., l a. CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER,1 lit. 1 tl tr 1U1 AOU. rpnfi Cheapest Family Newspaper id the A. Westt The Weekly Plain I)sl nt commence It Sixteenth Volume on Uie 1st day of January, 1H.V7, It will continue the stm independent, joeewe, rearms, I igullng jMir nal it ha ever been, Dealing Plainly but kind ly with all. It wrll battle for the Constitu tion and the Union, as Mthe world's; besttrea sure and last hone." It will moos VnsUh- Ism In every form, and birttw Dls-unlon in every disguise, ur it viciianc as a Sentinel upon the watch-tower of Liberty It la aufli-.,: clent to say, that it has never yet been fouuj napping at It post. THK NEW VOLUME AND THK KKVT YEAR I The New Tolume will commence with m ; Hew Year, big with important events. K new leaf In the history of this Republic will be entered, upon the JnamruratHHi ot nsvr rrrsiacm and vice rrentieni. uunn th coming year, the policy of the New Adminis tration will fully unveiled in regard to the following Important and exciting National topic The Final Settlement of the Kansas) Difficulty, on whichi the whole Slavery mies tion in the Territories Is pending The Final settlement or the Central American question, as against the claims of England Our Right of Transit Across the lstbmus.and the recog- nition and maintainance of the Walker Re public in Nicaragua Hie Da nih Sound Dns ' The Acquisition of Cuba The ;Anneatioh of the Sandwich Islands Tlie Admission of Minnesota as a Slate Admission of 'Oregon1 -Admission of Utah, withi or without Poly gamyAdmission of Kansas, with or without Slavery Probable Admission ' of ' Nebraska and Washington Territorie -Tlie Inaugural Message of James Buchanan lhe Doings or tlie New Democratic CongTess. These ar some or the trading events wluca will distin guish Uie incoming Administratioiiy and most of them will transpire during the eoming year, t NOW IS THE TIME. TO SUBSCRIBE I Cleveland, from its central location, and ' from its great concentration of Rail Roads, Telegraphs, and water communication with the world, is admitted to be the Best New Point in the West. It can furnish intelligence from all parts of tlie world, dnys ahead of the ' New York Papers, and the' Plain' Dealer, be longing to the New York Associatrd Press,! , the first to publish the Foreign and Domestic iMdiftriH, livws, uisaniers iijioii mr ijitKns and Commercial . Intelligence generally.- It., win nave Daily Telegraphic Dispatches rroin Washington during tlie Session of Congress, 1 and' lias regular Correspondent in all the- principal' cities of the Union.- In addition to a full and' fattnfur record or ' passing events,-we intend- to devte a consid- , erable portion of our pn-pnr to "Polite Litera ture." Every Paper will contain a Story, either original or sclectedv accompanied with the choicest variety of Miscellany, such as Poetry, Discoveries. Biographies, Jokes, Od dities, tec, dc, making altogether one of the-' most Valuable ramily Journals in the Westr "I'rompt to improve and t invite, -We'll blend instruction with delight." T IT?" Our Agricultural. Commercial, and , Telegraphic Departments, will each be worth the subscription price of the paper. : lhe Jirlghton, Iew York, Baltimore, neve-,, land and Cincinnati Markets will be reported ' Weekly. . : . - . Single Subscribers, .. $2.00 Clubs of Ten (to one Office), 1.50 Clubs of Twenty (to one Office),.. 1.25 Clubs of Fifty, ' ... 1.00 " Pay invariably in advance. ' To the getter; tip of a Club, one copy gratis. , , , .- (T-er I'ost-Masters are especially rrnnesred. to act as Agents. -Tlirv should in every cne,.; where possible, substitute Western Demo cratic Papers for I'.astern Fusion Papers.' ' Those desiring the President's Message and! other Public Documents, can subscribe nowr or at any time before the first of December. . Subscribers to the New Volume should send in their names as early ns the middle of December, so that they may be registered Irs' time for the first number. All funds reclved ' at current rates, and if registered, mailed a, our risk. Address J. W. GRAY, Cleveland, O. "' GERM ANTOWN TELEGRAPH, THE MODEL FAMILY AND AG RICULTURAL PAPER. : (:. ), I- PUBLISHED AT GERM ANTOWN, PHILA'IA CO., PENIf." Every Vednesday Morriito.' ' -BY PHILIP R. FREAS. . ( PRICE TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM.-' We take tins occasion to announce to Farm-' era throughout the country, that it is the in tention of the Editor and Proprietor of the "Germantown Telegraph," not only to eon-' unite as neretotor the Agricultural Depart ment of his paper, but sedulously to aud to Its character and value by all the tnehns at command.. All necessary space shall be pro., vided for a ful (record of Agricultural Details and a full development of every branch of the Farmer's Pursuit, He will in future, as be has always heretofore, aim to be practical, and to be of real and substantial advantage to husbandry. His course, also, will continue to be thoroughly Independent, and wholly un ' biassed by any' other, motives than those he conceives to be 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 to any other family news and literary journal published, which makes Agriculture a speci ality, will find the Germantowu Telegraph," to fulfill every condition, and to render it en- tirely unnecessary for them to subscribe for ax periodical exclusively agricultural. Practical Horticulture, Pomology and Gar-, dening, generally, will iaet with particular attention. 1 Aa a Literary and News Journal it shal'j not be surpassed by any in the country.. Neatly printed on good paper, of Ike la;g class, it shall continue to be en of tbe hand-, somest newspaper of the day. Every Family, in town or country, whether, they take other paper or not, will find the. "Germatitown Telegraph" to be worth, in lit-s eral benefit, twice the amount of subscription. - No subscriptions received without the cash,. Price Two Dollars iu advance. Subscriptions." not paid withiu the year, $2.50. Mail sub scribers will hav the caslt postage deducted when not exceeding 25 cts. per annum. pro vided the subscription be paid strictly 111 ad vance. Postage stamps to this amount will be returned as change with the receipt, ' Any person sending five new subscribe at one time, with the rash, w ill be entitled to uk paper for one year. . , Specimen numbers sent on request LITHOGRiPIllVG AXDEXGRATI.VC ESTABLISHMENT AT 33HoxruLO, 3ST. Office Levee, at the eld Trading Pott rpOWN PLATS, Map, Sketches, Heading X ef Letters, Bills and Certificates, and every description of plain and fancy engraving and lithographing work neatly done. Our prrsHs being of the bejt and most im proved kind, we hope to execute work equal to the best in the United States. S. W. Y. SCHIMONSKY, 3ai?3 THOS. T. B0YE6.