Newspaper Page Text
.' J.. .L-ILl
I Palmer, Tribune build ires, S. M. et-
r.HrfiKU street, w. M. .-Ylcuoiiaiu
,rrre, L. W.
fllD r..u street, W. H.
kjii ,rreft. New Yin City.
Carr, Crane k. Co., Phila-
L f,wymincr, General Newspaper Afretil.
iMi-Mahnn & Williams, Council Bluffs,
J, Jries. P. M.. Omaha City, Nebraska
Jl. M. Clark. Nebraska Center,
p. ,1'ihrson, l'.sii., I't. Calhoun, Nchraka
. Mitchell k. Co., Winter tjuarlcrs, Ne
St.. V 'fee. Loupe Foik, Nebraka.
S I!. I'. Ili'Hni, Nebraska City, Nebraska
l!arr.r, I'. S. A., Commander at Fort
l . Mount Tabor. Fremont Co., Iowa
I, '1 ho. rainier. Mi Ki:iicks (uve, Iowa
j),n 4V t'opp, Jlnrliuzton, Iowa.
j;,aiu Creenc, Esq., Cedar H.iiili, low.
Master, Fort lie Muine, lima.
r ..tn Esq , KeosBqua, Iowa.
J, A. C. Do'ljrc, Burlington, Iowa.
f,. i homas Brown. Marysville, Ohio.
J Vonnet I' q , i I U f v u , Nebraska,
ire Wsit, 'l abor, Iowa,
p. Rennet, (ilcnwood, Iowa.
3 ii' buck, St. Mary, Iowa.
Hoi lister, Ottawa, III.
a Titu. Syracuse, N. Y.
j Iidtur.in, of Michigan, is our Traveling
fid Barrard Esq., Northampton, Mass
C. Rceit, I 1 1 ru m n . I 1 11 , iWass.
i Heath. L. S. A., Commander at rort
lislicJ nuint'ily iur !j .'I a ytnr; tliii together
wiih the Now Monthly, .f 5.
Uxrrrn Statih Maoaht.. The
March No. of tliis work is received. Tlii
is a richly iliui' ruled Magazine, ntul the
cheapest imc vc know of. It contains
i.iiin!ruiis St ientifn! illustrations, biogra
phical sketches ninl travel of reut
lerent; price $1 a yenr;J. M. Emerson &.
V., No. 1, 3, 5, unil 7, Spruce at., New
Pu tm a m'ii Momtmlt Maoazi.ie.
This is one of the best iiiiionp our monthly
magazines. Iltreiils upon every subject of
general interest, with mark oil ability, ninl
in the true spirit of progress. It hns n
list of nlile contributors. W'e should be
Ui to sec it circulated through this coun
try; price if 3; 2 copies if 5. Published by
(J. P. Putnam &. Co., No; 10 Park Place,
Si-ostsmen. See the card of J. P. Snuflin,
of Glenwoo.l, Iowa.
tUSSCHIBEES AKD FRIENDS
ft have against our own desire, and
'of many ardent friends, made up our
to suspend the issue of tho Pall a
jf until a suflicicnt nmouiil of town
ij rings vp in lhllcvue to pay the
' jse f i's juiblication. The rxpen
j&f issuing a paper are Mich, that a large
Wit of advertising pitronage is requir
tfi's support; and r.s tliere has not
:, is not now, sufficient induce-
1 of this kind, wo shall wait until
... .i ti.i
is, nr until some ouicrs are neio
We liopo that tin. e will soon ap
We liav been assured by mcm-
I of the Territorial Council, that it
I die design to give u the printing of
(journal of that body, and that it would
e Jone it, had we not have advocated the
! politics and sectional interests of this
ft, with as much warmth as vrc felt it
f duty to do i: behalf of the crpitalists
I jMiliticians of this place. Tue PtarLr
, lm4 the rijjhts of ciifranchiicineiit to
ieontenJed for. We breasted the surg
billows of political strife in behalf ol
Juc, nd thr y have done what they could
sustain us, and they hi.vc nnr thanks
;T!i ik-llevue SiM-iaiion lias given lis
trsnty-four bundles of printing paper
f which wo have s.urifieed pecuniary
ji:rfvi! f.ir more valuable to us .uid
iicli lln-y are either unable, or unwilling
Sinake pood. Tiiia company now op-
e us, becau-o! we refu.so to descend
Wf tijon;h in their del vino toojipo.se olli-
(inlerchls in this place, ns valuable and
rigl.trous as their own. When they
(skeguol w' a we havo but in ll.iir
th,.!f, it w id be lime cimuli to uk u
I do more.
Va are in hopes to be able to rc-issue
Palladium in due lime, under better
Uj pier s thari it lias hitherto been.' In the
K'crhn wc intend to make the ticct ssuiy
feparatioii for this purpose.
' (Jodey's LAUv'bUoon for April is rc
leivr d. Perhaps Ihcre is no other Magu-
SLrei'. A German Physiologist has
some instruotive rem irks on sleep, in
connection with the position of the sun.
lie says that "the period of twenty-four
hours, produced by the revolutions of the
earth on its axis, marks its influence most
definitely on the physical economy of man.
Diseases show this regular influence, in
their daily raise and fall. Settled regulur
fevers exhibit a twenty-four hour' flux
end reflux. In the healthful atate there
is manifest the same regular influences
end the more habitual our meals, exercise,
employment and hours of sleep, the more
power is their in the system to resist dis
ease, in tne morning (lie pause is slower
and the body belter fitted for every des
cription of labor. As wo advance toward
the evening as the day, the plush quick
ens and becomes feverish. Hut the leg
ular midnight rest and bleep, carries o(T
this fever by healthful respiration. IU
thinks the evening fever is not entirely
owing to the accession of new exhale ot
the system but also to the depurtui-e of
the sun, and the light. The crisis of this
fever ought to lake place about midnight
when the tun is in its nadir, so that re
freshing sleep might prepare the body for
morning labor. Those therefore, who
push this crisis into the morning by
keeping late hours, wasle their strength
and sow the seeds of diseuse which will
spring up sooner or later. By a disregard
of these fuels and principles, nervous
people wear themselves out in a coinpar
tively shoit times The early part of the
night is wais'ed in wakeful excitement,
the crisis is pushed forward toward the
morning the body cntrcs upon the buis-
nes of the following day unrcfreshed-tlie
nervous system is enervated in the general
wuste of strength and a fretful mind is a
true index of the injury inflicted upon the
the whole man."
FIRST PUBLIC SALE
OF LOTS IN
The future Emporium of Nebraska
AIlOUTfivehiinilred choice lot in Nebras
ka City, ami lifiy Id's in Kearney City,
iiii'in.'iliateiy couliifnoii. will oe olinreil loi
ale. lo ttif higlirsl bidJer, on the preuiinej,
Monday, April 31, 1805.
Sale to eoiitimie from Hay to il.iy, until all arc
ohi, at Hie tijilion of the proprietor.
tlhm or SA1.K.
One-third cii.ili in burnt, ilic balance in six
iimiilli. Title imlispntatile. The site of IS
tira"kn City hn Ih:ik' been ailinireil as lhcino.il
elihle nilnal ion for a larixe commercial mpo
rnnn on the South sitlc of the Missouri river
It is sitimteil on that romantic blntl" known as
Ohl Fort Kearney, couiinaii'lin a picturesque
view of the mistily nl-oiiri for miles up anil
uown, anil nan heen esleeiuel lor many year;,
the best clartin point lor emigration to Oregon
ami California. The water is rtelient tiie
climate tempera'e a ti 1 i i 1 for it salubrity.
Heavy bodies of the finest timber of every
vauety is found on and near tin; city, and sev
eral Saw Mills are now rapidly convertim; it
to t tie ue of the rapidly settling emigration in
ami around 1 1 1 city.
There are already in the city two mercantile
establishments. one larpe Hotel, (the largest in
the Territory) and two more about bein con
structed. There are already erected, forty-one
buildings, and as many more in tho progress of
An abundance of lime-stone rock is found
on the site, and contracts are completed for the
making of two millions of brick the ensuing
season. I wo lirn K cntirrnes and one college
will be erecteil during next summer. This
county has a greater population than the whole
ien ilory norm ol rial le river.
renraska City is nny-iive nines rrom ine
South line of the Territory, and thirty miles
Siuth of the Great 1'lattc river, anil about Hie
center of the settled portion of the Territory.
It is on the direct line of the great central
chain of liaili nails f roni the Atlantic to the
Pacific, and is destined to continue, all the tune
as it does now, to monopolise the greater part of
OLENWOO D AD VERTIS E ME NT
""Glorious News for Nebraska.
TIic stcamerSaranacha8justarrived,loatle(l to the guanls with goods for
15 hhds. Brown Sugar,
5 bints. Clarified do.
20 bills S. 11. Mnlassns,
10 bl Is. N. O. Molaeses,
111 1-2 bids. Golden Syrup,
2"id sacks (1. . halt,
10(1 bbls Kiuavsli. do.
fK sacks dairy do.
2D boxes do. Soap,
10 bbls CiiJ. V.u-jar,
it hhls No. 1 and 2 Mackerel,
H Mils Tar,
2il boxes and half boxes Star Candles,
5 boxes Tallow candles,
P i kegs Nails, sortcd,
' boxes Coa Tish,
30 sacks Kin Notice,
Imperial and Young jiyson Tea,
Soils, Sateratns, Can iy, HaisiliS,
Knglish Walnuts, Almonds,
(inger, Spice, Pepper, fee., ice.
ot;r assortmknt is larok and complktr.
, ... . . ... i i.io. l,A rt(,mf.tic. rlrilliuirs. )sna!iurgs. Havens, ducks. k.c.
Miee'iiics. nun nrowii. r .1 .... .!. h;. H..v will
i ho uiioi.i nn n he ai icsis canco 10 our iukiu , .... .
findT .is reirards price and quality, lo ne ninurpa"u , ,,,,.. ...
w , , ib-hme, I '.rage, robes of the latest fashion and style. Km .roidered caps, co.lars, ch m -setts,
sleeves, silk and satin bonnets, linen and cotton handkerchiefs, bowery, parasols, all of
which will be sold ex;e,d,ngi.y h; . rt"r- wn.-T
Cioss cut saws, mill saws, hand saws, broad axes.clioppmg axes, adzes, log and loci chains,
bench p'ancS,and in fact everything in the hardware l.ne.fro.n a Jewsharp up to a cradling scythe
HOOTS & SHOES.
4(1 cases dir.rt from Hoston. Hoots of all sizes and qualitie. Shoe, T.adies enameled Jenny
...... ffoal L-in atifl rnlf hoot. mispv tfhoes all SI7i.
L" ? Z U dr,.B.rand Diedieine. Jayne's and Loudon's family
medicines, and all other popular patent medicines, for sale at holcsale prices.
QUEENS WARE, , .
Of various patterns. (Jla.sware, tumblers, jars, 4c. Ac. WIO gal. stone ware, ctiuriies, jars
CrOCkS. U'll V I tfcan ........ v- j
r MR MITURE.
. . . i m ...i .i..r,. .i;..it.ir ami hr-!Lf:ist tab'es. walnut ditto, ditto.
HI) neiisieaus or oiuiTeni pau'i I,,, v...... j , ,,,,,..,
Bureaus with glass, plain and fancy walnut presses, cupboards, tin safe,, one or two d.awer
-i,...!. .-.,, .lands ounrrei and mattresses, double waitresses, slat bottom chairs, Cain seat do.,
roc.ink .hair, c. 1
45eoolt stoves, assorted. Tntlersin's. ready trimmed with tin or copper boilei boxstoves,
d'"- W0Td W 1 L L 0 YJ W h R E .
the business in (he lenitorv.
Ill the language of the president of the Ft.
Xr.. I!-,... I...... T lft.ilriui. I'Npliri.ltl 1 .11
City will be the first City, in commercial and tix., sadd'.e-bags, leather trunks, &.C.
manufacturing importance, in ine iuiuic oiair
The site has a fine bluff, rock landing, not
s ibject to change, and a hn:AM Kerry now
at the Landing, affords every facility for cro
sing. Arrangement are in progress to secure
a regular packet line oi oitauiuuais uuiwmi
St. ixiuis and this nlace.
The first naoer isi.ued in the Territory waa
the "Nebraska City News." which can boast of
the largest circulation
- - . , . ii tl k....knl. u... i tutis uiimi liojvit Tr.v. ilnllin
Pine churns, 1-2 imsn-s, wooa oucaei, wen " ... , - - ----- B-
pins. sii-TJr boxes, brooms, zinc wasn ooarus, ci,i,c ;
S DDLERY. Bridles martingals. circingles, girths, halters, bridla reins, 1 Ackawk sad-
. .. -i in m.r ...,. ilr-fit- whim. (I- K. win lis. TOUT. Ii iilpa
U .imlfi. and ditlo lle8 Biuesauu;cs, vuk&j "nu'"; r-J - i - "
Sole-lentl.er. kin. nti.l calf nkins, monieco lniinps, goat sltins, hair, &c.
. . . . ' ' . i i i r
IRON AND CASTINGS. Plow steel, sheer steel, cast steel, piows, muuius etc
rot, ovens, skillets tnd lids, O, H, JO ana iwemy k "
PINK DOORS 8 by 10 and HI by li sasn, winnow unnun,
CLOCKS 8 day and 30 hour clocks; warranted to run well.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Virginia. Roanoke Nectar leaf tobacco. Regalia and wmeipe cigars of the finest naror
WIIOLESALK AND RETAIL
Corner of .Main nnd Gregory irVsW
HAS JUST RECKIVKD and now ha
for sale a large assortment of tel.et.4
merchandise adapted to the wants of all in tii.
new and thriying community, which h. eaa sell
ss dieapss can he offered elsewhere so high onon
the Missouri river. His goods hay. betn ele-
fed by an experienced purchaser, with spe.iai
reference to the circumstances and wants f all
classes of se'tlers in a new country. Ladies
and gentlemen, children and youth, all can bm
sipjdied. Call and see for yourtelyes. Hi.
stork consists of the following, among a grat
many other articles he cannot now anum.raiM
Among his dry goods may be found wool.a
and sattuiett cloths, cassin'etts, tweeds, cash
meres, linievs, flannel, red. white, frtf sna
blue. Caspian plaids. Cotton Roods, sheetinr.
and shirtings, bleached and nnbleaehedj bla
and white drillings, osnaburg, bedtickinp, uiek
ory, checks, Sec.
A beautiful assortment of fancy prints
very variety of style and pattern. Gingham
lawns, tigureil alpacca, nomoazinei, wiaui;
ettes, shawls, scarfs, handkerchief , crap., aua
lin, edgings, ribbons, fcc.
A well selncteu ,t ock of Summer, Fall and Win
ter Cloth'nii'. consisting in part of fin. dress
coats, pants and vests; also pood summer cloth
ing of all descriptions; ana ueavy doming lor
(all ami winter use.
Also shirts, knit flannel drawe.rs an uniler-
shirts. socks, &.c. Men's and boys' hats and
cans of various fashions, qualities, ana prices.
Boot, and shoes, thick ana llun, pousnea ani
unpolished of every description, for men woman,
and children's use.
Crushed, clarified, loaf and brown Sugar, ma-
lasses, syrup molasses, golden syrup, superior
tea, Rio ami Java coffee, sassafras, ginger, pep
per, cloves, spice, cinnamon, grounu gui;r,
nutmegs, snuffs, tobacco, cigars, pipes, .oap,
candles, vinegar, pickles, pepper-sauce, fce.
A large assortment of flour of various quali
ties and prices; corn meal and all th. various
products of the farm and garden; baeon and
fish, kiln dried apples, peaches, currents, raisins,
LC. HARDWARK. moves or rr,uii pancim
for cooking a nd heating rooms, stove-pipe, and
elbows, large, and small iron kettles, frying
pan, skillets, hand-irons, shovels and tongs,
manure forksndbav fork,, scythes, shovels aa4
spades, log and trace chains, axes, hammers,
pincers, iron and steel, nails, horse-rasps, files,
saws, knives and forks, pocket knives, razors,
butts and screws, door handles, knobs, locktt
Tinware. A general assortment mvm
t ' h ' ii ; Kn ma JnaiA It iinnoraapv (a moriimn thtin l ArC. .
Ul ............ cun alm iuva,.... ., ..... -"",";" , iM , .u r ,,i for household purpose,. Woonw Aas. rr ii-
al progress or me country. M jt is no trouble to show fooos, mra " " '"I' 7 rV:.f. il,. Sh.Wer nails, wood and line washbowls.
8. F. NUCKOLLS, and as many new ones as may favor us witn ineir pmrn i.-t, ,tu.,.u v ... ... T , J. ""ur . Sole-leather, harness leathe'.c.ff
Agent for Proprietors. f." - for sel.fns CHKAP.are better than any other lu.use in we, "n w. am. we mtend to do so, h5(fctfH'- orcUc.
-arth 21, 1.S53. and an axaminat.on of our nr.ci . aii mat u., - " 'VcKOLLS t CO. Saddle.r bridle,, halters,- iarriett, circingl.s,
; ... .j , be I'-hamls. arivinir lines, coiian, u.i.-3ui'
BOOKS FOR SALE !
T ITERARY, icientiflc and Miscellaneous
I A Hooks, (or sale by
llellevue, N. T.,anr 4. 1S5S.
v. i. a, eu.
XT Tlie Free M i
I.oibe at Sinitlifielil, Kansas, J. W.
Smith. Master, the first in the Territory
KEW STOEE & AGENCY OFFICE
HAVING iwrmanenty locateu in inn t" " ' ;
for the purpose of selling GOODS.
LAND, TOWN-LOIS, ami uoing
Aeencv Business, we would respectfully Invite
.........n i nine 1 I UT...L. fl,i.. 1.1:. n.iuanar!ill.
' I. r. r. i vn. i .. r'-.n, . were selected With care, and We
A miuu nuiiic, "j i " w. ...- - . ,
1 1 KIUOD1CAL& and Newspapers of a
JL kinds supplied to order, at th. cheapes
rales, tiv V. K. in.
llellevue, N. T.,
Rellevne. apr 4
To the Public.
rTAVIN'O noticed an advert isement or the
II aaleof lots in Hellevue,by a Mr. Henry.
1 beredv warn all persons frm purchasing iny
lots advertised by him adjacent the river, as
the c aim saul ols are laul oul upon, was un
lawfully taken, and the said Henry has no le-
nal right to said claim. L. fl. K in N aY,
.i ... nu . jr.:
. . . i . .. I. .. 1 1 i.. .1.1. t trivM tier
are coniiuein insi we nii u b r--fectsatiaf
action to all.
UKLLAfc, ja.i.s.siii .
.ent. 27 '54. .
HARDWARK. A largeanu geneiui
mentof Hardware can be had at
nt '27. i;itr,r.r r., an.mi
I IN i:.itlon Batting, for sale
Hellevue. mr JH, l.r).i.
K1NNEV k. CO.
L.me for Sale!
B have now on ha-d a large quantity of
eimil uuiek atone line fur sale. Vk e
. - . .. ..
r II A KEN p by Peter A. (JriflVy, of Tarkio
I 'i'.,u-,i.ii.. I;ice lliiuntv. Iowa. One
I,.r.. Urin.lU. St"er. the points of both horns
will keen on hand constantly, a quantity s :lli- ,.....,i ,r w. iih a vimlet hole through the
cient to supply all those uho want. point of the left horn, supposed to be eight or
llellevue. in r JoSKril nvson at i o. vears old. smooth crop anil unuei on
right ear, nnd slit m tlie lclt, aim to an oppra.-
ances. a beasl or moor, iui a v........"..
cowbell on, with a narrow leather strap for a
.. i a . I .. .it. o laithor
bell collar, buckleu on ami iu-u . .....
airing, said ox was thin 111 oruer. 1T..w-
t rni MAIIV C HEED will open a Se-
iTJ- leet School at the
MISSION SCHOOL ROOM,
for children and youth, on Monday, January
Tuition, .91,1X1 per inontn.
m i tt,t3 t-tt I p-ir ttis. hi inn-bridles. &C.
MIL Li kJ)l ti Jiai-J riUUblini. , ,ortment of medicines for fevc r.r
Opposition ts the Life of lrade. land
sss rtu' r it -s t- riir s. i- f t icu iil' rjiiw t riniiiirv.
11 receiving' it Glenwoo.l, a well selected and Janca' pills, Quinine, tonics, and vario-u
MtniciNi.s. . ,jen
cines for fevc ?r.r
ague, and the common complaints of th.
ltry. Cook's, Lee's, Sappenyton's.Bragg's
i ii ... . I 1 -t 1 l.AHta
and shoes, groceries, hard ware, crockery, drugs, other articles necessary for the sick
liquors, STOves, tinware, etc., in esi:iii iu.
The public are invited to call and examine for ,, JOhi wiiii, a.
themselves, ana they will una ine irum or me - TH0MaS H. Br.NTOll, IK
above statement. Also they will find that w
can sell as cheapany other house in Mills,Fre- r-nv PT WE A RE & BENTON,
inont or Pottawattamie counties. vi.r.i-.-ii, - - . .
And in giving notice to the farming commit- JJJl.SliirS JLj313. ll JSLg
nity, we will give them the highest cash price
ror inrir prouuee, sum as orai, "", tin,
wheat and beans. The store is on the west side
of the I'ublic Suuare, Glenwood. novl-ly. ?.
QORN and Oats wanted by S. &.B.
Council hluffs, Iowa.
Gbcenc, Weare &. Rick,
Fort DesMoine, Iowa.
Greene tt Weare,
Cedar Rapids, lows.
H" OKSES, work oxen and voungstock, ditto. --roTE3 and Bills collected, and proceeds
SARRY ENGLISH. prom,,tly remitted to anv fart of tha Uui-
v ii liu p v ted States, at current Rates of Exchange.
.....V.LVL1 ' l,,nd.ndfor Interest paid on deposits for over .thirty
llllO.ro. r.-.-. - , .
Bills or exennnge on on v" jii.u.ijj
SALPY'3 STEAM FERRY BOAT
Dr, EaiterUy, Fever and Agun Killer.
tiZr Is warranted to cure all cases of Ague
,,,,1 i.Vvrr. Chills and Fever. Dumb Ague, III-
.riniltenf and Remittent Fever, and every form ,P 5 K F. R A S K A . I'tit
or revcr inciueni to uie viesi. ii inn....
ferers in St. Louis, we say try it, and if it fail.
o cure, the money shall be refunded to the pur
chaser. More than
TWENTY-rlVt TH01TSANP BOTTLES
have been sold, and in no instance has it failed
to effect a permanent cure as far as heard from
UV" Vi'- $1 rar bottle, or six bottles, .
try vor sale at Dr. Easterly's ramily Mea
line Store, southeast eorner of Third and
C icstnut streets, St. Louis.
ii.;.-i. r tnx .I.,) l.-i i'q
" l"'"J .... n f,v. )
Clarinda. NoV..27,l)-l. S
i ne.. .!.-,( ihi nlwitff is a true description
nril.Mabo've described p.operty, as taieu from
the Lslray Book ... my o nee
t.l.liiAM miiKi".) vl
jan 81, '5.V3in pr's fee y.'.IS).
THE STEAMER NEBRASKA IS RUNNING TAKEN 0n the llth of November, lSol,
ST. MARY &. BELLEVUE
THK imilersii'iied has on hand and for
1 . .i I.I . . . ft ..1 .....1. I .1 '1 1-c
saie a lew tnousanu seieci j.ic , .
trTeT, ready for transplanting in orchards the cU.es no-- -
coming tall and spring. v.ra'nt lands selected and entered in any of
V ARir.TY. ' . . Stale.
H;d June, bnldw.n, white winter parmain, ran . 1, , f or on time, contlu
rpilE Nebraska la a new ana epienuiu uum,
X inanned by experienced officers and crew.
Bellevue, Nebraska, is opposite si. wary, io
I-. M 1 1 . It A ! 13
coming to Nebraska should come directly lo
bl. MAHT. .
This is the front gateway to the most important
and interesting portion of Nebraska. Bear It
BT. MASY BELI-isyuis
by Goolmaii Davidson, at his residence on the
)Usl Nodaway river, four miles South of Hol
ware's mill, in Buchanon Township, US'
County, Iowa, one llay uorae, uiaL .......v. .....
tail, dark legs, white hair on each a boulder,
white hair on Ins rore-
souie Buii'.iu u. . : ,
ad. a little while spot on his rump, auppou
pippin, BLdmont, wine sap, yellow belllower. Mn v a r..
Rliode Island greening, swaar, priors re.l, red uauy . distant dealers at tha
astrachan, early harvest, sweet June, summer L"c.?l""l rates
r.0S.e,' "U,.?i";7. 1'lr:,,":8 j u"" WZ "'Note, bought and money loaned on good
Northern spy. C"uf'erf.nces. F. L. Jesun t Co., W.J.
FOR IIIAPK. I y-. 1 lrAKd TnK.ini.M Inuru. ITk.
niiiing at. o., uiiivc., i.... ""-
Sar'ent, Davenport, Iowa; CulbrUon
mo, Towa City, Iowa. Peod' Bank, New
The Catalpa and lllack Locust.
The snow ball, English and American lilac,
red dogwood, honey suckle, rose, Ate, ate.
A lew of the Uabella and Catawba grape from
St. Mary, Iowa, Aug. 31, T3.
Mir31-iy: . iiyii!! Williams, Chief JuiUce,
do well to give " a call and examine our Uo(mcU 'ulurJ:)) d.c 13, iftM.
itocK, wnicil rouipi .s'jj. 7
kers do., Seldon, Withers St. Co., Washington,
D C t Hon Chas. Mason, Commissioner of
I'utents, Washington. D. C. A. C. Dodge U.
c .j ii. ...line-ton. lowal Co. W. Jones, U. o.
to be maiked with
tine wliere so tli licate a li.ste is constanl'y
is'jl.iveil in its illus'raliuiis us is to b
Luwl in lliis Wolk. The fiisliioii J-lules
L..1 ,.ll,ur illustrations. US Well OS tlloSC i f
Craluim, are rxi eedingly bcaiitifiil. Tlieir
i;i.i..;. ....bm m. l'uL'.islied Lv I-
A. Gwlev. l,liiUiilfli.liii.; i.ricc, 3;Ueo
Jiie ,5, 8 copies tf 15.
t Ilsix'a J0UB.1AL or Health ; this is
ri excellent woik. isueJ montlily , by W
Yf. Hall, M. IJ., fnm ll.e Aslor House
book store, Urowlwuy, New oik; price
KsAiTirui. KstaAViNo. Wo have
recrived from HicliarJ Ii. Ste li Co., ot
inUladcli.iria, acot.y of lUir be.vutiful rn-
f trrav'mir, reiireaciitiiig nil llm J'rt'sidenU
rfrom Cen. Wiisbington down tn Gen.
Fierce. This engraving is intenleJ as
r.rcscnt to each of the subscribers to Gra-
...... r .,,:n. The nlata alone is worth
wa I iiiaHfriuvi 1
the price of the magoiine, which ii f 3
year; 2 copiei $5.
i i -
HtBrta'a M0Axjsr. This is aiurSe,
ieautlful and able literary insKozine, illus
traled with leauti'-' et.Kravingi, and wor-
tl-.v a nlare in vcrv household. T hose
destitute of a kooJ library would fiud much
in the unj.U pae of this Magazine to
cooiperwat for ihe waul ui one. I uuiisu
ed bv Harper it Brother!, 84 Ueek
tt., New YorVt price $.3 year, each
copy contains 144 pngea.
Habpib1 Stobt lluoii.-tjieh No
of Uiee Jiretly booki forthil Ircn contain
ICO pi'gei, illnslittted wilh beutrul en
'grtivings, and full of pretty bturles, IM-
Alio sold by 1. A. Sarpy, St. Mary, Iowa, are the two best point tor Hie ennprauoi. no
a,dby dealer, in medicine generally, in the
ffW Head Dr. Easterly's advei tisement in
anoth-r column of our paper and give him
Sr. Carter's Cough Balaam.
CHEAP for Cash, 90 irtffPTi
Also, a 4 !-AB
-f larL-e number of Work. JT ii
Saddle and 1'ack Horses; a line stock or in'."
years obi; fourteen bunds hi"h. No other 1.
or brands perceivable. Ar.rirs.isrd at i
seven dollars and fifty cents (.V7,oO.)
Iowa, Faoe CountV,
Clarinda, December 10, io.i.
I certify that the above is a true description
of the above described property, as taken from
the Eatray Hook in -ny office.
ELIJAH WIli.r.H, iieifc.
pf I. il.e mnat nl.-a.aiit and edicacious rem. u....,.. i.nwi.lrd Callle. Oxen and Cows.
iy for Co..h., Coks, Asthma, Consumption .Rranls' and other. "''XmbrK
nd.MdiseaLof ,h. LunKs,ever offered to th. yf Z
niblic. Our ever varying climate, aim ine coiu for t. ,. t the UlJice or r. A. dii'
bleak winds of th. north and west prouuee Bellevue, rMbrasha
... ...l.l.nW,.oua colds, which de- H"
mand of the wise St prudent,the earliest attention
r..r this nurnuse no remedy has ever been uisco-
ered which lias etlected so many cures, and
Inch seems to give such universal satisfaction
..11 11, PitTll'l t.oUGll UALSASi. lcu-
IU " -
r. have you a cough? Do not neglect it.
ay is dangerous
FhLTT TREES, SHRUBS, 4c,
.-. THE subscriber would most rc- & y
l2Vj specif ul ly inform the citizens of Wa
twill effectually cur. you,
Western Iowa, that lie will ce m
rteit, on the opening or iiaviu""i
and superior lot of Fmuit and Obnamental
'ft. m.n.r- Vi.m. Hoses, ate.. A.C., wnicu
iril.i- Balsam, at once, and he will dispe of on the most rea,. - . -
, i I... ...h ....ii i u u'lii biimi recnm i"oni. . w-
COCHRAN 8c MEGEATH-
AMD XCHAfiuh bHUKtra
Council Elufff, Iowa.
... . 1 . O .t..41..a .
WILL buy or sell Laiuls, m iko o i" "
,U..nd to the purchase and tale of town
.11 L huts ol liusiness COIIIiei-ie.i
, ... Tn.i.l oilices iii Western or
llie Ulliriiiiii. ti. - -
....... i i ... a Kvi-hania on rt. i.'ui a....
he E.iHtern cities bought and aobi. J" 'a
tions foraar Asricultural Journal pjblished in
fJT Trie. 25 cents per bottle, large botUe ie ViiiU.a1 stales. Older, for trees or papers
1, or six bottle, for . Ir ' 1 l uulc" wl" '"""
For sal. at Dr. Easterly's family ieuiu.. $ wigt of frpsn
i,r southeast comer ol Ihira ami n.rden Seed. A. i i-inn
. . -- - .
ts., St. Louis, Mo.
A-.o. aotd bv P. A. Sarpy, St. Mary, Iowa.
a .d by dealers iu medicines generally, in tin
"T 0SPO H T SME N I
J. P. SNUFFIlf ,
t-b n.r.d to effer to the public a large lot
J. of Guns, duuble and an.gla Shot Uuns,
some fin. doable guns for Urer ana
Gain Twist rulem jhicii
Coil's aiU Allen's pisioi.
Bluff City. Biarrh7
WATCHMAKEK &. JEWELER.
nB in Ml B US LOW w. innii
Elley's double vater-proof central fire caps.
auufactnruiK riOesot all
1 m . ......
sies,waranted to gin iiiih-".
,r attention I-aU U I'uUi.igup gam ist Ur-
..I rifles. v
Glenwuod, Mills 00-, loa, ptli,
f KVITI'S tha attention of the la
1 dies and gentlemen to his assorl-
. ..t i.,u,Lrii ..J VaiirvloOits
llieiu iii rft"' J - - - j , r . . ,
IE ; uuiu
Pencils and Pins.
Violins, Accordaus, lutes; also, ana.
1 .. T..vm Ae.
IUI1U.CIII VI ,. ....
All of which Wl" SOIU l im
piicesj .very article warranted to b as recom
The rreateit attention will be paid to th. re
nairiii of W.Uhes and Jewelry; all work
warranted. "0 '
I goose ahotl in part consisting of the fol'owu.g:
RTries of all Silver Walches, Lorketa, L"-f"
of all . .ina, Finger-rintrs, ( ha...., Pencil.
.1 fir. can. -c. Violina. Accordaus, Mutes; I
J. a superior article of rhewlu)? and smai"
- Vr Ait HI'iMM.ATlONS.
awsA . .:ti i..wa iilUvu Turaavt and
l n o i'l 1 1 win - ,
Bellevui at 0 o'cloek p. in., of the s.u da) s. To,f eo hi xilt Ag,,,cy
Mail matter to be ut out, must be banded ! K t N N K. Y CO., St, 1
by U o'clock on i ueaaay. .... WLJ) yhl lT sal. by
.. .1 f-...i. ot is.,.1. x XJ
Jjelicvuc, (iuii.ii j --.
Lover, of the Weed w ill find
Store, of UKEENE
crouperj about twelve
i0 oilier inn. ne
.....I u;il l.o (.l.l ill preatbariains.
sept 2 (j R I'. L b, M.N.vr. i x. yj
IY. to Geo. V. Stiles, are requested to make
.......o.ii.t. i.avnient to the iiiidersiL'iied, or they
will line tlieir accounts in the bauds of the pro-
i.ur .illinr fur collection
end save est, J- JMciUAltu..
oct IS, '51 tf
A. COC HBAN.
J. O. sir.ur.ATii
. i-L-. VTtTTLE fancy uoliom for saleas others, on a credit of one. two, or three year.
4,050 -liHo TsVm iAetnS:
ot k.Ul.XSfc COJ-, dS" e investigation of Laud Till s, payment
and sale of lauds and town
11 HE snhseriher has just opened this new and lots throughout this land district, anil all busl
con.inodio.is building for the reception of css connected with the Land C.-e at this
le travclin" public, and solicits a share of pub- place, entrusted to theui, will be promptly at-
li i J 1ST ....... t .llonli.ui null I l..,l..,l in
Kn tm ill in & 1 1 uhn mnv favor him with iheir StrHnirers wUhuig to locate ffovernment land.
...l.l II kA a...... ia.I U'.lh ..
patronage, ins ihi.iu
best the uiarket afforns
ror s.-ici t:on.
Exchange on St. Louis ana ine r.a.iern
I Jill IHWCrilMT Will Tl-H w.. JUiPS Ti
Marv on WerfifsJay's an4
'i. ., i TmassM v'ii xud Satur-
day's of each week, and will supply these
' . . s I. lt.ittAr l-.i'M. a.lld
inurkeiB wmi rn: iwcoie, bo
Veiretabl at the niarkel4,rice ..nnvmt
Ami! . IT w'""""
T Lai kin r . Ilioinpson, oi
. T..nl.in. Paira County, too up ou my
:.i .,n tltl. 11 Aiv or .ovrmuci, A. v
rri.i.icuu. v.. -- -y - i .
ii-.i . H hilli.ii prav mare, ien
No other marks of brands perceivable. Ap
prised at fifty .lollar. TIIOMPSO.V.
i...i;r. tl... the foreffoine is a true d.s
li.vi.j . I.L.. fr.m
eriptiou of the bdovo propeny iv..
the esiray uou .... - , .
Clarinda, dec. 12, 54. (3m, pr fees
HcMAHOH & WILLUMS.
WHOI.ESALB AND RETAIL
C1TV OF COUNCIL ULUFFS. IOWA
(AT TUB SIGH or THB BIO MOaTAB.)
rj AVE Just Receive!, in ad.lition to
I 1 their former stoclt , a large ana wen
selected assort ment of American, ir.iiLn
I....rlikli Tlrliiv. Meilieines. I'crfiimery, Jjv
htulls-. Paints, Oil and Gl-sarej also, a good
assortment of Groceries, svuies, a.", v
At ihe head of Hroadwav. oci io,
i"vT . , . e i . i fit .ilinnp.t v fot OV
K SARPY & ENGLISH.
GENERAL LAND AGENCY AND
LL persons knowing themselves indebted arr. JOUNCIL BLUFF CITY, IOWA.
Ccme one, come all 1 selling Land Warrants, and enterins; Uands
COSES AK at MEOEATH,
RE engaged in the business of buyinir and
u. the Council Bluff L..id District. Their ar
rangements for entering Janns lr iruwrs anu
... ,. i . i . i. i ...i i :..i i..,.ti. . itiii.ia a ii rn VHV.iicn
... . . . . .1.. ... i. ia ... ill hrt animiiMii u' n - ii I uiii n. i iirui iiitu n .11 m . 1 ......
laiiuun.:. ..... - - ..... -- , ...
A poim Sli.l in .1- I II mrjf ur.iti. -
Inched to the premises. Wm. KM.l-.LL..
St. Mary, Iowa, mar. IS, 'o-l u2lJ-tf
C. W. I'lERCE.
Attorney at Law.
AVill nractice in the Sixth. fvnth, Eieht
and Ninth judicial Uistricts in Iowa, and Ne
braska Territory. He will always be siirpliea
with blank deeds, mortgages, deeds of trust,
declaratory ftaterreuts for pre-emptions, &.C.,
and will give prompt attention to conveyanc
ing, examination of titles, fcc.
jf Particular attention paid to securing
ami collecting dehts.
References Hon. B. II. ftorton, rune lht,
Mo.. H. M Vories and James Craur, Esqs., St.
Joseph, Mo., Curtis Rates, Fort Des Moiue.
XveorasKa i.iij, reui icoiiuij,
nov 1, '51-ly
ITirtinage Commiasioner, Ollice in St. Mary,
ies, HjU(;ht and sold. Interest paid ou depos-
ites I s per air.eeinent.
Our attention will also be given to the pur
chase and sale of Town Lots in Omaha City,
Belleview and Winter Quarters, Nebraska Tex-
ntKF.itH.-L W. Babbitt and Dr E.
Lowe, Register and Receiver of the Iind Of-i-e
at Council Bluffs, and Col. T. A. Walker,
and P. M. Cassady; Ki Rister and Receiver at
Fort Desmoines, or any ol the ousineaa menst
OFFICE on Broadway, West Room of the
Pacific Hotel, nearly opposite the lna uuic.
Council Bluffs, nov 1-ly.
RAISINS, FIGS AND C L'RR A NTS, if of
sate by SARPY fc KNULI8H.
1.10RTY dozen Men and Boy. Hat., of every
. description, at
GREENE, KINNKY t CO.
KINS WANTED All kindsof skins w.nt
for which the highest price will n. pain
5. It E.
THE ATLANTIC HOUSE.
rOBMERLY TUB Ml' Sr.LT BOUB.
Council Bluff, Iowa.
iS now kept by Rvivr.wcs Dcstix, ff$
who, having made Rreat repairs fc-ni
and alterations in tha Hons, nailers .Ui M.
himself that he will be able to provide any
who favor him with a call, comfortable hoir..
Hi. table will be supplied witU me o
' T . . u 1. I ' . . 1 1 k.n.la.
4 T,i MrBons indehteil to ine ny noie or ooon i raark't anoras, prepares oy (ip...-.. ..- -i
l ' .-.1 . 11 ,.1f I j .l- ...'.u a. .a - n.t rtinfr nlare.
accouiil. are reqursieu ih vm o.". i anu w.f. smiy wui nnu - - r.
' . ' . I - . 1 1 1 1 V. I .. VMUAM
' t. Mary, Feb. 11. 15S.
P. A. SARPY.
a" un m lev Vntl lAKl.Vrl T HMK.
In connertion with thi Hotel my aIo to found
- TT I vtuA aniH vtniiv
'1 , BS- -t")N ror sal. ai me LIVERY STABLE,
X S-JUVJ cheap cash store of , c ,,,omlri0dtion of alt who wiah to cb-
ui.i.w.v.. , which are
;- 7v ii?"? iTt-b...u K , . inir. r,ir ii a low. at I ...hi u m fnr arsl ciasa rauroau ci a,
ll i k" ' j ;-.!.-..... . V... - ..,.1.
OREENE, KINNEY . CO.
notice; or superior saddle horse., for either la
dies or eontlemen. Tha proprteWrs of th iv.
-tmrtJTTTi for aal - ' KTp rv - ..able er. .h
Ol) u35.il XVCliOLLS & CO I Bluff dry, Ios, nov ii, ie31 a
upt 27 '54.