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March, 6. If55.
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will be
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^f^^^j^^aeidejace »gar Una city, Feb.
JStfr, of chraaie Ht«t complaint Mrs. Eliza
beth Newberry, in tbe fortieth yoar ol her
Neifbbor», Vvw*&\ k Stranger s
Save Ton Visited The
FouaUA of Health?
a the head otlWlu!way 1 If not, yoo wlH
a fi*d a niw_
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e u 0
JjlU ILMirnr V and moat atrceablo of tiw» next term af the
tnf_ Dr. Crook's compound
Samparllta Beer!!
|)«ttMat
Aho S,
:Tor t'op ar.H Idc Cream (in it.^ea-
in fket, evtry little eomfort aud lutesaary thit
'A WE:!• coyDVCTKD
Hefeesiiinen:
IEST PL'BLIC SALE OF LOTS IN
Ktbrt*ki City.
THE FUTURE EMPORIUM OF NEBRAS
KA TERRITORY.
Bt)l VKt CtlUILC IV.. STS TTCOtM»» CI
ind SO hU iu Kearney City, immediately
H*n4ay, Ibe 13d iiy of April, I&vV.
Sale to emitinue frsm day K day until all -#tre
aoia, at the option of the Proj'i»l r*. rma
«f Sale :—Oae third iu l.aua, and the "t .tiit., e
ia aix months, titlb isotftrusaiL*. 7*ne site
«f Nebraska City ha^ long b«pu a-iraired as the
meat eligible situation for a 1 -ga cnrmieraiai
•mpcriuin on the Soeth side of .Mssa "in liiver.
It is situated oi that roium!ic bluff kno .n aa
Oid Fort Kear-ivt ((irn.iiaudinf a pK^Btrsqae
view of the mi^htj Mi-«ajn, far miiei up und
down and has bee% esteemed mu:f yenrs.
the bear starting poiia for emigrants to Orc^o a
and California. £to*« coal haa been dutcov
ared aaar lb« si We in Iwge quantity. The wa
ter is excellent—the cliuaae temperate and no
ted for iu aaiubritv.
Heavy bedies of the i»-t timber, o* ev^ry
variety is und on and it the itv, ai,d «ev
erai saw mill, are now rapidly si-ttiing in and
around the city.
There are already in the fit? two mercautil*
•stablrsjimente, o»e large HoN-*. (the largest in
the Territory) end two more fcfout being ron
e«r«ctcki. Thera are already «ls"d, ii) build
ng», and aa mauy more, in progre* of construc
tion.
An abuadance of liae«ton"i rock on the site
and eoiitraeta completed for the ittugof two
miiliooe ef brick, the ensuing Meati«ti. Two
4rtck churches and on» college will Us erected
du«a»g xt summer.—This county has a grea
ter population th n the a hole Terntory North
*rf Jflatte Kiver.
Nebraska City is 55 miles from the South line
Xlst* firftt its!*red iu tli» Territory wm
the "Nebraaka City News which can btan of
the Large?! circulation of any wnich iudicat*-s
thp moral progress of the Country.
8. NUCKOLLS,
Agent for Proprietor* w* i*ei#it»*ka Citvf
Marsh, G, 1&55. t.dd-tf.
ronwtiiu »t
bove entitled case, isjheretiy notified that
there now is .m file in the g^ice'of the Ch-rk of
the District Court of Pottawattamie county, the
711:J "".iV'^nawnr 'and »«t af reoablo of tiw» noxt term af the A »nl .uri, vo oe uo.uen
•t w«fTid-*eiaawnea, ana
Oleelie^t, barmieia, j«latobe & CiHt-
lira driah «ter wj»el.
Y**u will alM fiftfi Hete tv&y otlior yartpfy of
karmle«s pleasant +n»ver^fW b»rt noapirjia.
^|i) Cra«M«r». Cliea. Ph«*, rruaa, Nuta,. Can- Xow)t!»hip Fremont Oounty, Iowa, on the Kith
aw*, Confectionaries. Cigar« and Tobacco, and ,jav
Saloon.
«au«.iU yi» A-- *T
a:,d will -»erve it to v»ur ta^te. i»-
Ie to show our goods, and much lesa to eat,
4L*ink aud smoke them."
J. S. &
SMITH.
1.43-tf.
WARNING* 1
Utht-riV w 4i!i dii p'irchas*
a c-"tpiu ProinimHV Note. di«ed Nov. \j,
1554, pa* afcie six months
aftvr
date, to a-h-
Said Note was given as a part of t.te rr-^ul
eration tor a certair. Claire, or Tract ©f LmJ.
situated in Nebraska Territory, old aud con
veyed by Waging to.. Hepacr to C. »v B-jyer.«.
And as I have been i .formed, and haf C«"d
reason for believing that the -eaid
inctau lie^ner tor the siua of On? ll-ind/rd and rJurable, and satisfactory to the persons sit
J'ffty Lxiiars, aigued by C. Boyers, sod J. jnir.
irty
A.Ja^ksoiJ.
tVa»h':
Hepner haj»rtinc soid and conrev-d a pi of th"
tune Ciana to Wm. Clancy. I hereby ive no
tice that 1 will not pay *aid Note, until the
bcuodajie. of the claim are katisfac'.an'y «?*t-
i
C. Vi. BO YE US.
March, 5,1855. u4S-$U
e atiguoaa. will be offered for »ale to the h**:h- grxxi rifle, one double-barreled gun, aud one
est bidcer o^i the premises, oru iienciaj on revolving pistol.
I will pay the highest prices for the follow
ing projHT-A-—to wit: 200 bevd of good draught
Kn (fi—liim YrrrYr i l/ioarl 4—
m.i i aciuw mm
1
,, are several Alillsin succasful operation within
of the I erritory, and 20 oiiee South of the Great three rniiea from the Farm. I be re *re about
Pla te river, aud about the centre of the settled Two Hundred arel Sixtv Acrer of choice Tun
portion 01 the Territory. ber whik.li jum# the prairie, with stock water,)
It is on the direct liu« of the great eentml cousjotinf of Back and Vr'uite Walnut VV'htte
chaia of Railroa tn, from the Atlantic to the Pe- Burr and l.trck Oak Linn, Cutton-vood and
fific, and is destined to continue, all the tiiurj, Hickory, end about Eighty Acr^e uuder lm
aa it does uow, to monojfo'ixe tiie greater par*, proveuients, wi'h good feuc?, raid other lots at
ef the buin©e« of the territory. tached the premise*. Houtrs, Stable:, and u
In the language of tiie President of the Foit tirst rate spring of living water within a few
J?-s Moi .., Iowa 9. T. Railroad ~N*br*iA.e *pi of li»e house. Tlier^ i" a good M"dl-i?iir
tCtty ttiU be the Jirtt City, in commercial and on
Ar^ngeua^uti «r* tu prw^re*g Ui secere u regu- Post Office. Dallis Couiuv, I wa. Also foreale
^•arPac4e Iiu«o4 Aleaiiiteate between St, Louis by the undersigned. &.* iiundred aud ei0'ht_\
Andthin piaee. acres of Land, ntuated i.i Guthrie Co., low«», a
4
Corpeliue Voorhis 1 In the Piatnct Court of term ,t ,/ftlgo
Ttoui v. Tre«3 lu£"? fa't
April Terns, 185i.
THOMAS
W TUFAT. Deftw^Uat the
'wwhSStw »:crr:?"d ^^'-*^.,3.^,
Uieir*Th#rii
u,
JbonM*
w
jsaia IVtittouer And that uni
^'iaiit apurar aud aaewer to said Petition, ou or
before U*a ocgt terra of the April Court, ty be
hddea ia the city of Couucil Bluffs, on tl^e 1ft
dMonday ia April, A' L). 1055,a Decree jrill be
-•a ierea ia accordance with the prayer sf uid
Teutieofr LARIMER i
t, AW far fYlC
Treat, Jj.
y said Treat y
weMelfhat
the* MV oa theft* Of the lerk o
the DtetnetOwirmrFeH»w»lleeie couuty, the
PetitW* of OofaftSus Vw*K ••lure
uly^ot tf whi«fc n to abttin deaaea of »eW
Court t» make valid the transfer of Laud War
rant N». 75,4*29 for 160 acree, iaeued li» the
uaiae of eaid Harleu McBrkie and info"»aHy
U»sUerred to «mi4 Plaiatiff. And that uitl«M
••id Defeadaal appear aad aaawer to mid Po
tion, aaar before the neat term of the April
Court, to i« holdea io theeity of CouaeiLBlnoa,
county afetee&ui, aud Statu of Iowa, on the 1st
Mouday ia Jpril. it. D. 1855 a Decree will be
y ... of said
entered in accoxuaaoe with th*
Mition. LA&IMEA k. JAMta,
March, 2, '55-a42-«w. Att'ja for Pl tff.
Jooathan B. StuUmaq i Inih* District Coart
t* of pottawaumie o
Edward 0 Beebe. fcate of i*wa.
April Tern*. A« D» I855«r
T:DWAND
O. BEEBE, Defendant Hi the a-
Lj beve entitled eese, is hereby lotiiied that
here is ou Hie in the office of iha Clerk of the
iibtrict Court of Pottawattamie county, tue Pe
titiou of Joualhau B. Stutsman. the nature end
object of winch is to ooiain a decree ol the Din
tiict Court lo trausier boentv Land Warrant No.
|47.17r«,
which w.ti located ou North haif^of
i tho North-Wet quarter of Sec. *27, Town'p 4,
I Rutttfo
4l,
—and ief»irni*d hy tiie Comnii^sioucr
o4" the (ieuerai f^ain: (^uid pr j«tTty
had btfeu trail^ffrred b\ ?«td Det''B »«i to
Petitioner. And *iiM uuleaa *a»d Dafeadaat ap
Ufort-
bu,', p«ar aui an* fo said Petition oa or l»eft
A((nlf,and
urt, t^ be ho.u
q(. Oo-ucil Biuf
ikate afoa-aatd,
ou the 1 Monday in April, A- I). Dt
cn& will b« outwred a*faiu#t him, and in favor of
said Petitioner. LARINER k AMhS,
March, 2, \S-n42-4w. AU)i fur Pi'tlf.
E8TRAY NOTICE.
Taken up by the undersigned in Franklia
0f lSf4.
Ona Black o\ supposed
to be elevrn yta*^ o!d, w? Ih a little white in his
f.tce, both hind feet white, with the points of
bis horn* off. marked with a tn»p on the loft
ear and an nude- hit in the rignt. No other
ma:k- or brands preceivable. Appraised ta
twenty dollar*. ASHAEL jI ANN.
Jan. 1*2. 1*?5. nSO-Cir.*
SKY LIGHT
CAIT^HBEQTYPE Mi '*«TURES
n\sTlN"«- wo-i! 1
r«pM''/'ii'v
Mcnoui-
11
o u n i s a i v i i n i y a e
turned to ibi^ pl^cr. be in now faking
Da«urrreottrpc Min. t' iu a Mipcrior
equ^l to an* in th-j Went i!C*«»r.iinif to pnee*.
LH:eo«s.es laieti on a ^ttinif of a fe*y ^ec
mdv, frm*
w
o'«l*clc
A. M. to4i*. M., in all
kind# of veatHer. All picture* warranted t-
I'rioea. from one dollar and fifty centato fira
d"-'iam, for aingln pictures.
iJ-Ladies and (it-utieun n are inntad to call
and eia.niue Kpecim^in.
IT A first rate Camera and Apparatus for
trie. Instruction ^iven ia the aru
U"Koa»ua at tike former reaideuee of Rer.
Kr. 6hiun, a few sivps norih of the Pacific
House.
J&f»uary 19. 1653.—a32 tf
EXPRESS
PASSENGER TRAIN
THE
or Lake (ilvt i tali.
U.iderd^ned j. :rposes filling up an e*
tens've pa« cnirer train for Utah, to etart
by tbefir%t of May next. I fchall go prepared
to take 500 passengers, and wi.l enly charge
f.-—,v-^.y, yjuh tnale ier
son must prepare l.inneif with. »t least, one
Hurses 75 suitable carriagt s, well covered,
and properly finished and furnished 100 yoke
of tattle, from 4 to 7 )eara old 30 good Iron
Axle Baggage Wagons 150 good riding Hor
ses and Ponies 50 Side Saldtea, quilted -ats
50 Neil's Saddles '5 sett of Double Harness
25 «'»?t Eati».
Also, luOyoung oien wanted—none reed ap
ply unk^H weH recoinnxnuxed—'for which 1 will
pa* $-^0 p*'r month. In the meantime, aarange
menta will be ruade in Great Salt L: ke City,
for tlwe e,mfort and convenie ice o' u 11 that ac
company r.ie thro 'li, and there will be no
poios rpar«nl to make the journey both happy
•oi.d agreeable, and o welcomed enlrance into
Great ball Lake City.
I»j
.-mfnuficturiHg importance intht future State 9j time lor Mill* ami Machinery. Also plenty o!
Ariresifl." Stoua and Stone-coal Cows, youugcattle, hogs
The site Laa a fine Bluff. Rock landing, not farming implements, Ac Ac.
a abject to chang*, aoJ a tt*ain Ferry, now at1 The Proprietor George B. Warden will be
the fauiJtn^. atf»rde «v ry facility f(#r cro?injj. found at bin reid»* ice ueir !. iah Urove, McK*y
PETER A. SARPY.
Belleriew, Nebraska. Jan. 23, lfc55—n33-tf
Land For Sale!!
HO teres of Choice Ltnd,
YING Dir ctlv en the Great Thoioughfare
Leiweru the Mi^stssippl and Missouri liiv*
er, ia lialks i'ouutv, Iowa, oa Coou River,
twenty-eijlit milea Weal by railroad from the
Capital of the ^Late, viz. Ft Dws Mot nee. It is
situated iu a healthy and fertile part of the
iftate, and on ti.e direct loute trmu Fert Drs
Moinr. to Coui.ci Bluff City laid way lelween
the town« of Fa/nh^ni ud Wwcot'a. There
tiaet, sHording sufficient water all the
Bear rove. 1 his is the old stagc-atation on
the head uf Middle River about half-wiy be
tween 11. Dea Itoiaee aiul Council HJutf City,
being in towuehip eeve.ity-eight, and scventy
I oine, isngea tiiirty-two and tnir y-three, a fine
i Taveru feiand, aud t, beautiful itream of living
water running through it
vfour
this l.'grlisfi 'St clans timber) which it fur sal*
or'rent (being on the roau.i on rea^onab.e
,State
ou
W ,mu
Ue Uouk
MLauaip^i ii. tlx ri»»f. will,
aplenty of stabi^h and suitable buildings for a
public houw *rtachfd.
Adurw l^cKay P. O DaHas Co
f»*»r .chc
VV holeaale
October rd.,1854«
A. C. FORD L- L. BOWM.
Ford
Sl
u. uWii.
an-
Iirr to th«* Lad Hint Gen: U-:rt«*a Of
Tllii
!h?
hundred aerosol
GEORGE B. WARDEN.
THUS. CAVAN^UH.
BEFE&KN'pBS.
wUiTWmr" Hovthert»an, Banker, Ft. Pea Moina, Iowa
Madr
0 a
l#«d Office,
a e 'Jou.ty Judge, Polk Co., Iowa.
iei«a- (L'aeaxngb, Dubuque, Iowa.
Johaeoa 4 C'aeady, Laud Aganu, Council Bluff's
Iowa.
Tkomaa ieeley, County Surveyor, Guthrie Ce.,
Iowa.
lieore $ Relfield, Wieeotta, DallneCo., Iewa.
Cel. C. C. Van, M^D*iia, Ma#rlaoa Co Iowa.
Til OH.
4-i.HlS
a W. LEWIS
:i
i
We Iwg to anua ince
withdrawn from our grn
lew Is adir.ilted a
at vie of the firm rem
MEDICINES
WARRANTED TO CUKE THE AQVE.
Rowand's Touic Mixture,
Wosiero Touic Syrup,
firagr's Indian Queen Tonic Pills,
Th.
niwniils
Touic Powders.
For Diarrhea, Suasmcr Coutplainta) and
other diseases,
.-.nd'* Svrunof Black bo
rry,
»?e nee of Life,
Cholera Syrup,
Jaync:.' pular Medicine#,
BJoflfatt's Pills .-\nd Bitters,
Syrupof Sarsaparilla.
Aud various other F«milv Medicints, for
sale at the Store under the "bugle Office, by
^iPWSRSS^ w*' ''ipr^iP^^F^PR^i^
WM. D. JOHNSON.
Omaha, Nobrask*, an. 15, 1S55.
A S O N S A E
(roiSMKRIT TUK 'GLOBE SAl.OO.f.
sultecribor am.ounces to the citizens
1 Council BlufT City, and the rcit of
ni.inkiud, that he has opened a Restaurant at
ho eld and well knew it stand the Giotv- Saloon,
where he will le happy to wait on all wl»o fa
vor him with their patronage, ilia table shall
t, as well supplied as the market will allow,
lunch wiil Ixj served up at It) o'clock.
Ail day bis Uir i.«« *rjpi»lied with choice wines
uid ti'pio:s. Straiitrfr- visiting the city will
)ud this a very convenient and comfortable
place to get the wante of Nature supplied.
j.w. ARSON.
Council Bluffs, Aug. ^th '54.—u44 tf_
II O 'T II E
M*2W^ A
STILL toUHVIVEtii
W E S U Y O E A S E
i 1 the uudersigned would most respectfully
wv auiioun«*e to our frieuds and customers,
:lat we have received au entire new, and well
i:l-.-cted stock of GOODS, at our new, large ano
loimnodious building, No. 7G, Broad way, Coun
jil Bluffs, where we will be happy to aee our old
frienus aud customers, and cordially invite all ia
•Tilt of good bargains to call and examine our
lock b^'iWe purchasing elsew her-?, as it is no
rouble ta aiiow Goods. We are Oetormined to
s -H as low as any bouse in the West our mot
to u as it ever lists been,
"Small profits and quick
sales.
N. B. All kinds of furs, peltries, dry hides
.•id merchaatuhle produce, taken in exchange
or goods, aod received oil debts as payment*.
TOOTLE & JACKSON.
Council Bluffs city, Jau. 4,1 —37-if
Rufu3 Patrick
rs DIVORCE.
Achsah S. E. Patrick. S
0 A,h,,h S. E. Paul*
found,'' you are hereby
Puintiti'has filed
ing the District Courtier tue county
-on, State of Iowa to decree him a Divorce from
mZl T'T
u,ai lue
bonds of mataimony with you, aud no.v un
»esis you appear and answer thereunto, on or be*
fore th« morning of the second d^y of the next
eum of the said Court to be bagun and holden
on the 1st Monday in April, A. D. 1*55, at
Magnolia in kaiil county, a dccrw will be ren
Jered against you according to io tha prayer of
the Pat ui oner, p, g. CuoiEti,
t'
BlaflTCitr Tin & Stove Store
Rmy 0E THE COOK-STOVE. BROADWAY.
Jl. HO (IE,US,
kunl of Siie«t 1 ru», --|-i ttnu-iiud ne-fiil
of BrUUjmu ai'i jH|n)'.u»ned waros, together
UMi.illv kott at an estahli-luneut of this kinti-
Deal'-r in ail kinds of Siovm, ll.iilow-arani, Ca«l4ng«,
e e n s i v e u w i K i
pltttc Stoves. In Tin, Sheet Irou, Copper, rud i.luC a|y d^lred article will be manufactured to
ordet withe dispatch. .g
A larte wipidv of California Stores of the moat Ufl^ed premium patterns aud every useful
article for tho Qjf jgWfcy plooeer and camp life. Houwj
Gutters snd Suout* of the most approtwaIwHIHtWP*awar »a«Bori notice.
The Proprietor, thankful for past fa*orj Ubwnllf Mtewad. trosU that by industry, and strict
attention to th.' wautt o the people, and punrtuality and fairuaas ia his baetuM# •y«raion to
obtain a reasonable share of the public patrouatfe
1», S. Ohl copper, pewter, briUuaa aud \m aai takenMa exchange tor warea
Bowen,
Attorneys nnd Gouri.-tiiors at Law,
Council niulFrf Citv« Iowa.
CrOKnrK,8fcu:..i #tory. N. E. corner Broad
wav and uliaon btroct.
n2t*tf.
J. BaaTHOLOW.
JAMF.3 W.
Sl
BRO1®,
f.ate Perrf & BaMholow,
At.L rr.se*.FTI0*j
A N A T'" K tS
I
i
CHEW1M3 TOBACCO,
GLASGOW, iMibbDUiti.
THANKFUL for the very liberal ^trono|re
»h-it we have heretofore received from enr mi
^.-r^us iriends an! customers, nnd wcue re-j
i "H.cl ,jlly Milicilin^ a continiMiica of the s.irue,
piecing ovr»?lves to spare neither pains nor
.•xpenM to tii'rit the
or
wc luve s. cure.t the serviceH of Capt. Cieor-'jded.
.y
who Wij|
U'r«cui'!fwait
iur
'o eive eutire eatiafaction to consumers.
B. W. EWI5 Ai BROS,
c'aegow. Mo. Jan iar 1,1 &35—n30-6ai
®f.lV r,""''-. takb particular poti -k.
diat U dliam J. Lewi-ba»
and Thus. J. Bartho»
rf^iH)SE
I,er«:-n«f act in the canacity our buaiucss, and mean to collecf outstanding
Twlin" desman in connectlnii with our accounts 011 the shorted possible notice
Mr H.ithdow aud will dunm,' the conitnj sea- Hereafter, no punon need trixl teams to the
f,
ioee e/'soiiciti.ig their orders. Our aleck I up, fur wa «e
held over from la-st year of all descr.pUoiia, is for every foot we sell
t,„,i«i»nUy large, the quality of wV.k cannol/uil
October 10th, 1854—n5-tf
Ali
N'
su'u
in iny ohice li is petition ask- ..
CPk of Dis:t Co
Rich'd Ilvanh.-eys, Solic'r for Comp'nt.
March. 2, 1&55.
n
"4rt.
4-2_4ve.
EM i UK ATI ON EX PEC LK0 SOON
A
kiat
rIMS
tu ibe wise.
smile, aad our generous Petrous witfc a grand
new stock of gaude i&r spring i/ada,
N. B. We afe now offering the sMMtader of
our preaeBt stock, at redaeed prices far *««h
to make room and r. ite tiie wiud
r«h. iu,.
now otr turo tv aak nyouM, and to ns'
It would be a very great one indeed, if all
knowing theniselvae indebted to us, wouhl
Call aud settle Uietf accouuta imrueUlaUiy. as
we waut to loeet our St. i^ule frieads villi a pledge themaelv^a to do iiieir utuioal
MUHTllfQIOK 4k FYfEE.
n3—tf.
CRANBERRY VINES.
•••IIE kind best knowu and adapted to all
IK kindf of soil is the liell or
F.l'^
New Hit veil, Coun.,
orH. A. TKUKY,
Council Bluff*, Iowa.
Dec. 22, 1854. i&itf
ii debted to live snbscri-ors im-
piirtuer from ibis date, tlte l*r w ill please to settle their account iiu
lalnisv unchanged, and that mediately, or they tcill certainly ha e coat ad-
upon our customers for the mill for lumber aiih*s paid for before loading it
GENERAL LAND AGENCY OFFICE
Couucil IIlulls, Iowa.
JOHNSON k CASSADY.
E still engage
1 in Bu ing, Scllinfr and Lo
cating LAND WAliK ANTS, aud entering
Latid iu the
OvikCIL Diurts Liidp DlfTrvi ."f I
Our arrangements fnr entering land for set
tlers and others, ou one or two years time, nre
compU te and we will be prepared at all times
to till orders of lh «t character.
The levrHii^aiion of Laud Titles, Paymeot
of Taxes iu Pottawattamie, and adjoining coun
ties, Ptrchaae and Sale ol Iainds, and all busi
ness connected with the Laud Office at this
place, entiustcd to us, will receive prompt al
tention-
N. B.—Exchange on Eastern Cities bought
and sold.
September 28Ui, 1S5L i.I2-tf
Sargranl Bluffs Commission Store.
Till]
Proprietor wftuld say to the Public
that he has just received a well selected
Mock of Dry Goo Is, Groceries. Drugs, Medi
cines. an1 Indian Notftsrs, that he offers to sell
low for cash, furs, ot peltries.
He is prepared to receive any goods that may
be sent to his care fcr immediate sale or resliip
tr nt, promising (Ute promptness Refer io
W m. U Rohhins, Dubuque, Iowa.
Mordecai Mvhlia,
JlfcMahon k. Williams,Council Blufih*
Stutw.nan A Donnel,
Sergeant Sluffa, Oct. 15th, 1854.—a T-tf
SCO. OSKEMB r. K- «urro5
'jonx WKARE, I*.
Greene, TTeare
Lauds entered for settlers aud time^iven fo
payment.
Office oppotd'e Pacific House, in west.lower
room of Laud Office.
REFUENCES.
PllftI Hi KM
I
s
Tin and all
varieties of ai-ticled not
tixtfftt of Iowa, Nebraska, and North-Weeteru
shaped
*hlch ean he raided in any part 4 the United
States. This variety has often been known
to produce two hundred bushels per acre. Cir
culars relating to the beat modes of culture,
prices of plants, &.C., wiil be furnished gratis,
aud orders for pluut* wiil be received by
¥. TROWMULHlE,
K
TIIIS
.f 7 A
3
Chinr:
TO LET.
AT Iho Livery auJ Sale Stable «t. IlarleV
Exchanji«. If. 1). HARL
Council Bluffs, December 5th, l5fr-—n!9,tf
We must have luouey to get along with February,
determined fo have cash
in future.
So send along the o tsh if von want lumber
or your tetii.'is will 1m sent bnek witho it.—
This we uieau for evervbodv without exret»tion.
J. V. KFFKEYS & CO-
IS
to
"To.T'
C'ulberton A Uono, Bankers, Iowa Citv, Iowa,
v
onrt fe, the county of i/an i- flcoplc's Bank, New ork City.
lvotchum, llogers A Bonnet, Bankers, New
York City.
Seldon, Withers A Co., Washington, D. C.
Hon. Chaa. Mason, Com, of Patents, Wash
ington, D. C.
Hon. A. C. Dov%e, S. U. S., Burlipton, Iowa.
G. W. Jones, Dubuque, Iowa.
Jos. Williams, Chief Justice, Muscatine,
Iowa.
Council Bluffs, Iowa, Nor. 14th, 1854. nl5
SARGEANT BLUFFS NEBRASKA FERRY
COMPANY
would say to tho public that
their ferry being put in readiness for
the 8pring Emigration to the Northern pnrt of
Nebraska, Utah 4ud California, and that Ilia
road is uow being bridged froiu Fort Dodge
W«sst to the ferry at Sargeanl Bluffs, and they
lo glee
general satisfaction to the traveli .ig public Uiat
•all el their ferry. Tlte rant* to JJkuk aud Cal
forula is ap the Sooth eida of the Jliu^uiea Wa
ter to||iehead,jthepea across tiie r»«%e JVleen
Wiles,to FetiLirwis, a diiUece frero 8«jg*aut
Bfaflb ta Fart tatsmle af about 350 nai!e«.
Ingfeart Dsft, Oat. af-tf,:.j
LOLd IU
O A A I Y
af Nebraska
lIF^T-lblHEE choice lota in Otnaha Ci'
wiH'tfc'soid to the highest bidder on ta
p. eiuiflatli'- 8th of Ja i y nevt
Mo-lof fifceui ai% aituitt'i/utt-C.ipital Avrruit-,
arui^a tba-!) '-!. iu cog ..ii«rin££
i^v.'on th# plat, a^d tliM tWy ai« no die prhact
paT Avonut?. Th ry are the follo.vii^g blocks,
each rontaif.ing ei.:ht to wit. b!o^k- 8J,
85, 87, 89, 91, and lots 1. 2, 3, 4, 6, and 0 in
Block 117.
And on the 20th of January iwxjt, another
Public Sale will be held, when the t^lt choice
lots in Block 100, fronting tho State llous'" on
the North, the eight lots in Block 153 fronting
on the Park, and Blocks No. 71, 73, 75, 77, aud
79 w ill be aiJered,
The Proprietors respectfully represent to Mtt
public, that in their rindoubtingcoufidojice as to
the superior advantages of their point, they have
expended over twenty-five thousand dollcrs in
actual labor and improvemonts, besides the free
grant of a very large portion of their bust l-etj
to actual settelrs, and now have the satisfaction
vt wituejsiii£. &s the result of what they have
done, the most flourishing and populous twn
iu the Territory, of intelligent, moral, and en
terprising citizens, A fine brick capital now
finished and furnished, two commodious hotels
quite advanced, one of which will be comple
ted and furnished by tfce 8th of January next,
four or five good boarding houses prepared to
entertain from ten to thirty persons each, a
steam sawmill in operation, stone quarries
opened furnishing an abundance of lime and
stone, bricktnaking commenced and a contract
with Col, How aid of Peekskili, N. Y., for the
manufacture of .',000,000 brick next season, and
a steam ferry-
This they nave done in no splrttof opposition
to other points, but have labored in what they
believed to be a commendable enterprise calcu
lated t* benefit the whole country, and thus far
their success has been fully equal to their antic
ipations.
The 'crms will be one-third of the purchase
money in hand, and th? balanc? in six months,
jecuredbv note with approved security.
E. LOWE, President
Council BiufTs and Nebraska Ferry Co.
Deccmbtr 25 1854.—h'25-Kf
TO THE PUBLIC.
ia to inform the public that the old
and well known foray at Winter Quar
ters, ia again in succe.-»ful operation, and
that we the subscribers will ba cou&tantly in
readiness to cross all wh: may come, in dou
ble quick time. Exjierienced an! accommo
dating boatmen will be employed for rtie
purpose of this ferry, in nrder that utmost
and complete stitisfaclion may ho grveit to the
traveling public. Tho name of ''Florence"
having been substituaed for that of Winter
Quarters, this foray will be known ly the
designation of the Fiorei.cc and Iowa Ferry.
I^jj,
ALDEN Jt IIOWE.
Oct. 10 th 1«54. i'5-tT,
NOTICE.
IS hereby ^iven, that on the 1st Monday in
at 1 o'clock P. M., at the store
of Messrs. ootid- Jackson, in the City of
Council iilull's, in the State of Iowa, thorr will
be a meeting of the Stockholders of the Coun*
cii b.utfs and Nebraska Ferry Company, to e
down
Treasurer of said company for the ensuing year
and also to act upon certain amendments to the
articles of association of said Comjany.
LIVERY AND SALE STABLE.
E A the "Pacific House," on Lower Broad
way, Council Bluffs City, Iowa. A daily
Omnibus Line will run between Council Bluff
ami Omaha Cities.
Horses, carriage#, buorgies, and privntecon
vevances to aey part, lei on reasonablo teims.
We have a large and Coinwiotlions stable .To
feeding nnd kcepug hnnjes by the tiay or week
Hcrsus, mules and carriages bought and
•obi.
Office atthe^ae ific Ilonse.
The
C^ONS
lieu ton,
k
Bmkere, Dealers in Exchange and
l.nti'l Agents,
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA.
JOTES and Bills collected aud remitted to
auy part (4 the United States.
Mouey received on deposit, and interost al
lowed.
Eastern or Southern DraAs furnished in sums
to huit purchasers.
Land Oilice funds paid, for Currency or Bills
of Exchange.
I^oaii( effected on good neurit v.
Taxes paid, ti'les exam'ued, aud Itaal Estate
bou|ht and sold on Commission.
1 IU'0TEl) to be worn next lo the
i-kii, pro lacing a constant current of mn
tir.tit rrtn ri.rcTr.ic mac.nf.tism—efT^ctiii^' IM
MEDIATE RELIEF FROM ALL AtTTE
P.4INS, nnd a
l'Mtu west Ct ae or ALt NcraALOic DlSE VSES,.
Pt i vt r.MAt h::k's Ellctuic Chains were first
used iu Era nee, three years since, for the cure
of Xtrvous Diseases, and after being submitted
to the most thorough trial, in every ile»-pita! jj
Paris, by the most learned Professor iu that city,
they were recommended to the Government of
Frauee, who granted a Patent for thh Discov
ery. During the years 1H51-2, they were iu
troduced in Germany, Aiutria, Prus'aand Eng
laud, and erit year since, introduced aud paten
ted by ttie Uniteii States Government.
MOST ASTOMSUIN CU RES OF
Rheumutism. St. Vitus Dance,
Pained A swelled Joints,Palpitation of the heart
Neuralgia of the face* Periodical Headache,
IVafuexsA Blindness, Pains from Indigestion
Hv-terics, Di'spep)la, Pteriue P.iins.
tVERY DISEASE, CALLED NERVOUS
is yuickly and r..piuly curi d, by dimply wear
lug the Chains for a few hours each duy.
The Cham* were first introduced iu the City
of New York, where they wer" exhibited to
Profs Yaleitine Mott, Van liureu, Post. Carno
chan, who really discovered that they possessed
KrRAN(jK AM) SIXGi.~l.Aa IMWi K OK
INSTANTLY RELIEVING PAINS,
whenever nppiied, aud by their recouuneie.lotion
aad influence, they were introduced into the
different Hospitals of New York, and are uow
in daily use tiiese Institutions, iu the treatment
and cure of the uhovo named disea.es.
NO OTIIEU A1ECIJAN1GAL AGENT
in the world can .produce so many well authen
ticated Certificates of cure froai Scientific Phy
uitians aud Intelligent Patient*- a u.av be found
in each Pamphlet, which may otnined (gra
tis at the Drug store of A'ichos A Paine who
are the sole Ag«nls, and who ill explain the
manner of use lo auy one wl nay apply
In the city-of New York, i the
The prices of the Chains are $•
!eet a President, Directors, ^ecretnry, ilo'.vering prairies let on sp?nd rar braaUi:
T*» m.\• aT »•«,) A A it l« r. I* Itu a it I I I 1
I dearly love their charming smiles,
EN OS LOWE, President.
Couucil Bluffs, Dec. 13, 1654.
i
WELLS A BROTHER.
I'liOl LAMATIO.Y
U V E A E S
HYDRO-ELECTRIC VOLTAIC CHAINS
and
Citi/i us of Council BIuJs
iriiiiiy.
Genen
fice, 54H i)«oadwav, there a Jaily beiu^ Id
from 40 to 50 Chains,aud i Sale and de a: nd
in Boston ia as grent iu proportion to th p
uiation, aithougk they have euly beeu [fl.ro
dueed three montiis.
The Chains are easily worn, and equr liy ap
plicable to all classes, the diild as well tiie
adult, and are always ready for use—never get
out of repair, and nre as much an article ol or
narneut, a« they are a valuable means of cure.
Caution.—ladies wiio are enceinte are re
quested not to wear them.
J. E. JOHNSON, Coonril Bluffs.
f-
and
•od 30 Links, aod cau be sent by mail to any
part of the Statei by addressing Siti.*
aaT. General Agent, New York.
n^Ttf.
E A O U N i Y
CLARK A KENFBEW.
MAIN, CARR AND BIDDLE SI'REETS
ST. LOUIS. MO.
man i fact (.axa# oe
fiTEAM ENGINES AND MILL MACHINE
iRY» PACES PORTABLE ttAW MILLS,
*U4 8 DOUBtK POBTABLK
SAW MILLS..
.1 IT %aUjg aad Ihest Iw Warfc.
iNft. It,
$5, 18
The Cars hire Arrived
FREIGHtQJ FOR VOOOHlS AT THE
Ml! A.
Asrooi
FpHE Philoaojibfr'f Su»n«, whoaa waatk
tr.1n*fers rvmy thing to gold, haa kasa
found In the dlstaui landa of Ina Faalfic a»d
thoaaands ha*e made prlucwl? fortuoaa with lii
use—-ma«y ere eagerly pur*alt^| thMr way to
thi» desired haveu, ar*d will alaainaka fartaoao
ind wo cordially vini them every atStfceM, Aa
they puss tbroogh oar alty, lioaw#, thay
should supply themselves with all needfril and
necesrtwry fW^«IeS /o/Ihf Pi.ilnn, to satta/y haa
pei, shield from storms and cold, to make wail
when bjck, for drink wheu tiiiraty aud res»
when weiry and uiso a uice sometulag, a few
luxuries fur the pa'ate when far from the XOack
I of the dainties of civilized
C. TOOIKIIIS Af CO.,
W
At the Old Stand on the head of Broadway,
Madiaan street, at ai^a of the Mommotk A,
haveje.st received per Stt-anter *enoa, a com
piete a»d ihorejtgh sto -k of Dry and Fancy
Goods, Groceries., Hrraware, PrtiviHiosse, Teole
aud Cutlery, Stalioaery, and Ready Made
Clothing, aud finally everything thai might be
required for both emigrant1* aud eititena, f»t
Outfittiwe or comforts at home which will b#.
sold as low as cnu be purchased ia this market,
Couucll BlafTcity, Aprii 2"?, leS4,-ly
NEW ESTABLISHMENT.
CL'JrF CITY
EDBC a OfftEQ
R. E.HONN, on the south side of Broad
way nearly opposite the Bluff House, haa
js-.-»t received per steamer lilnff City, and wiil
continue tu k ep coiiaiautly «iu hand, a large
supply of ah k i nds of
Drugs,
Medicines,
Chemicals, Perfum­
ery, Paints, Oils, Dye-Stuffs, Co
pal and
Japan
Varoish, Putty,
Paint Brushes, fct\,
and most of the popular patent .Vfediiiuea ef
the day. Also, GROCERIES, such aa Pur#
Brandies, Wines, Alchohol, Vinegar, Lin see#
Oil,Fish Oil, Lamp Oil, Tobacco,
Segars Scowlk
and Macy SnulT, Window saeh aud Glaaa, 8 b»
10,10 by 1'2, and 12 by 14. Also, a ^reai vari
ety of notions, cousiatiog in part of Hair brush
es, Clothe brushes, Tooth brushes, hue ai»4
coarse combs, all kinds of hair oil, Ac., Ac.,
Stationary of all kinds, such as writing paper,
blank bo..'-
Their sun and shade, enchanting wtlea.
dear friends roam!, I'll calmly #|cep
I "0 lavor ou** curapuifud neighboring, e«
tcmr orniy "do. vn bebv with another rUap
^odical elTusion from the II igv, which h-»
'7v'iil please aid to his colleclion of N«bra»
lian euros.tie*. W e i! lis i it for his ex
:.rcs3 Bah-rriT, thoagh we wi encoura ri
Jhe "ai*DDiNG clneis'' of our contributor.
Written at Fontenolle, for the Buj.'e.
ELK IlOlt.V.
y
now r.-h td^u art i-.i* lio n,
I thy morning bj ut*y dross? 1
Wnen sii *ii a r»vely Uu iscio#.
•Isima^od oa lay brvast.
There's magic in tliy water*,
And its charm- are flung o'e: tas,
I 1 must, I will be idle,
t?his wmter's morn with th^e.
i'
How bright thou art Elk Ilora,
mliLitiir --rb,.n rhs. ora ae.t
goods A MTTI.C CMRtrtnt T»T*«* *«TT Hot's* ix Tea
WKST, AM WK ri.KlCK OiraSELVIta TO DO so.
Oar Goods are ail new and of iate and desi
ruble styles, as our od btuek wus entire!*
consumed by the late fire in this place. Cue*
tomers can rely en finding aa entire new aa#
one of the best stocks ever brought to this cue
to select from. We cordially iuviia ail wla*
visit the city to call aud examine our atoch
before purchasing else where, aa you will findi*
lo your interest to do so.
And we particularly c*il the attention el
country merchants (o our large stock ef Mar*
chaudize, as we have great inducement* to offer
you. We can accommodate the Farmer, tha
Mechanic, or the Emigrant, with every thing
thry may want for their comfort and eeuveu
ieuco.
Our stock consists In part of a great variety
of Pry Goods of French, Engliah and Amerio
an Manufucturies, such as Bonnet and Drese
Silks, Fine s.itin. silk and straw bonnets, para
sols, shades, ribbons, coliars, culls, cbimazitte,
vaziis. gloves, hosiery, dress triiumtuga, jewaj.
ry, c., vVc, (treat variety of fashionable drese
goo.Is of all kiuds, hrotd cloths, cassi meres, sat
tincttrf, tweeds, cottouadf aiiri flmnels. Boots,
shoes, hats, cap*, aud a large lot of read y mad*
clothing. Haidw .re. cutlery, queensware aod
glassware, Rines, liqaora, ^roceriea and provia
ions of all kinds, aaou/ery and leather, iroa
nailn ojhI m-tiugs.
A ln'gW-tf of furniliire of every kind. Plews
of the tk si approved paterns of ali sizes.
We f- "l gmtefnl to our numerous friends ae«
CuetinnctT lor past pUrouage heatowed auJ stil»
solicit a continuance.
We wish ye i aii to b*ar iu mind that
motto ie not to sb t*i«asui.e.
TOjTLE A JACKSON.
CP N. B. All kibds of merchautabie predaee
taken in exchange for goi.da.
Cash paid for beeswtx, dry bydea, rars a«d
peltries
Sign of ihe ELEPH \VT. Bmedway, Ceaa
cil Bluffs, Iowa. TOOTLB A JACKBOfT
aprll le1, nlitf.
"PETinOX FOR DIVORCi
Btifiibeth Barr In tin District C^urtaf
vs Mills co., State of (eve.
enjanrun Bar-^ Mascn r**M, 1*55.
Bei^pusin bur def-u4lant in ii»» abov? enti
tled case, ii her by u ititiil th U there eew |a
en file in the offi/c of the Clsrk Af th* Di-lrn*
Ooitrt 4kf Mills Couaty, |a# PntftMMi of E'lasf
bulk Barr, the nature and o«y»ei of whtca «t|-i
procure a uiasoluuuu of ilia uoude ef mu.mv
ny heretofore soitrmnia.)j heiwixi said nouk/Ht**
Mftnt and di'f ud.nt. Aui l.ial Uuiea* 4e»
fondant ajpear an 1 arwwer to said o«u.i»a «sil
or before the uext March ?enn of tha Dittri#
Court, to be holdeu iu the tjvh of G'ontrofvi,
in the county A State afareeaid, o i the seco»4
Monday of March, lwrj, divftrce wi.l b*j ta*
iered a,i*iiist Irim iu accorjikiice with tee pray*»
#f eaid Mtmoa.
frKAUP* LARISIKR.
ear
Swlirtter1* for Co.fiplaiaant.
CHaaxoed, fo? a, Feb 8l.., I nl« if
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