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v 4 ••'j-V Mlf gr lairf Wall—f fcr n SUtee. slMadiaen ©. w. *nicr A. A l*wv we*** .*• •W&J*£ -i drata. ft* I*y»*« to .11 ehnee and sale of reel eetete «^HJ. J™j alao enter lamia tor settlers a»Aglve "£«, payment DEXTER C. BLOOMER, jUanq, GHinlaf aa4 Land A(*I| OQOMU lucm, PARTICULAR chase aad alia of lMtfa.ua taveetlgatiou of land titles, loeetiou of load uieiit oftaaes, and collection of debte, la weet Iowa aad NebreekaTertU^. rr Office first door Boat of Paetfie Houae. JUM 19,1845- _________ [rtnldtf A. W BABBITT, A and Couucellor at Law and MA.TTORNEY Solicitor ia Chancery, Salt Lake City, •Bah, wili atteud to all busiuees entrusted U Xim in Utah Territory He will also attend to busineea in the Supreme Court of the United DRTVV^ B. OGDON, lURGEON Dentist. Office on eastsldeof st., a few doora above the UDshop, Council Bluffs, Iowa. _____ w- L. M. KLINE, ATTORNEY aud Counsellor at Lew, Coun cil Bhdr*, Iowa. v4n25tf C. E. STONE. Attorney aud couas^l'tr at Law am! irft* citor ia chancery. "VXTILL give prompt attention to all business iutratfted to his care, either the 6th or th Judicial District, or in the State. Office oa Broadway at.,city ol CouncilBluffs •3no40U KOVAL AMV, JAMUrAJTO RtiKef copper, Un i fTORNF.Y and Ounaellor at Law, Clen A Vood. Mills county, L'ailed. States. Iowa, will attend to ail business in the 6th Judicial Di»*rict entrus ted to ills care, He will alao attend to business in the Supreme Court of thi« state "d of JT SHERMAN, ATTORNEY roaa.^ FORD & BOWEN. TTORNEYS and Couaaellora at Law, ia Conncil Bluffs City, Iowa. O*0mca,second story, N. E. corner Broad way aad Madison Street. *4B28U« G. H. HENLE, LOTHINO and dry goods store, Mi Idle Broadway, opposite the Bluff Oity^ Larnl Agency at Council Bluffs! rpHE subscriber Geo 8. Fisher, bankers, Ottawa, IU. Win. H. W. Cuahuiiin, Dr. E. Lowe, Council Bhxft* J. B. Stutsman, u B. Pfgnun, (•5u22tf 1. H. WAGNER. RICHARD "toUNG. 1.ate Commissioner of the General LAND OFFICE, AVING opened an Agency Office in Wash ington City, will devote hia attentions the rrocurernen of Revolutionary, Invalid and half fay Penaions,and Bounty Laud Warrant and to the prosecution of claims generally before Congress, and the Executive Departments of the t»overoroent. He will attend especially Wi all lairns affecting the titlea to land, contested! re-emption casea, Ac., end to all claims foir Aorta lost in the aervice during the late w ar with Mexico, back pay, extra Toy, Ac. Letters addressed to Richard S i A K J* .. J*' .. '.' j. v' with rent the yln30lf and Coancellor»tSaw,Oma ha City Nebraska Territory. [v4n3()ly having opened an office at Council Blu fls, in Iowa, is prepared to locate lands either in the Kanesville or Sicur City land districts, on warrant* or cash Hav- D» apeut the last two years explorine and urveyhi^ lands in said districts, he considers himself qualified to make the best selections His rates vary from 6 to 10 dollars per quarter section. A liberal deduction fram these ratea for larger tracts. arrKRtwcw: M. WMhi»KuB City, July 1. lfi3-U-tf. Conncil Bluffs. Aug- tith, n44—tf. TELEGRAPHIC I HAVING v6a?!kf A Young. MHS. C. ARMOR, WISHING to continue the boamew of her late hiuband, would respectfully inform the citizens of this city, and tbe travellieg com inanity that she will be prepared to furuisl* them »th board and lodgings on the most rea aonable term* at the City HOUJI, on Mlddl^ Broadway. Her table will bo farniabed with a!! tkeaeaaona afford. CHARLOTTE ARMOR. made arrangemenu with the St Joaeph aad St. Louia Ezpraae Lines, 1 am prepared to receive and foward meaaagea to ail pariaof tbe Union, and abUtotmck anawera FRAKKB WELCH r*}- Reuta aaUecUd, propaftj and all kuioaaa Vith 10 IOWA. «maika *hma to the per Kew C. JAMES. PRICE fc JAMES. 4 TTORNEYS AT LAW, Council Bluffs A City, Iowa. v5n24tf A. |rou ware, and dealer In cooking, Mating j*iid parlor »tove?, Madiaon street, aign of the cufljee por Oouncil Bluffs Iowa v4it 1 tf JOSEPH L. SHARP, real aatate eanfollj attended Emtgraata furniahed with Topographical Mapa and aurveyora. Particular attentioa fivea to the making of desirable aad permanent inveatmeata for nun reaidenta, and in loaning money at the uaoal ratea of the country At our office will be found accurate mapa from the Land Office Department ahowing tlie timber, *wamp «k prairie land, courae of atreanis, roada, bluff*, £c., 4«., which we will take pleaa ure in allowing to our customera« We will, upon requeat, obtain at the Re^ia tera Office, plata showing the vacant land lu any towuahip, and aent them by n»a 1 upon re ceiving the land office fee of 50 centa, which can he remitted us by mail in atampa. Horace Everett, of the above firm, Attorney at Law, will give hia particular attention to t^e inveatigaUun of titlea aad the t«n®raj duties of hid pruftaaion, which can be attended to at hia office. We refer to Lincoln Clark, Duboqae St. Jofcn Powers & Co., Mobile, Ala Cleevelaod jJroa., Orleans Lucas ic an afce«t ofthe government plats, and will at alltiims be in possession of the most regard to the Time and sight bills bought and sold at cur- rates. Collections and proceeds promptly remitted by sight drafts on anv ofthe eastern cities Deposits L* L- BoWB*- received and interest allowed. HE.NN, WILLIAMS, HOOTON A CO. July 10,1855. 2CO. GtKIKI. IWW WKAaa,». T. H. Greene, Weare NOTES K Office REFRENCES. F. S. Jeaup &Co., Bankera, Dubuque, W. J. Barney k Co., D. C. WILL JNSSSSR Cl Atf*nt- FOK BALE. nice well situated lot in thia city, upon fc bioh are Boat and Knqnire of J- K. JOHNSON, Agon UCKWHEAT FLOUR pUaty ca» b« b»d yeallmg at VOORHlS «ww»* Simonda, Darby fe BarkaUle St. Louis Cashier Metropolitan Bauk, New York Joseph Whitney SL CO,.Bos ton Cadw»!lader, H'ullia. Esq., Chilocothe, Ohio A G. fcge, Eaq., Westiuiiwter, Maryland Geo. V Huif. K&q., Slianaadoali Co., Va. Aug. 28. '^5. ^5p25tf KWfield. HKHN, WILLIAMS ASD CO. T1 A. 5 SMITH HOOTOJT, Council BluRa, WILLIAM having Messe coopaa, Land Asciifj 1 Bankin® ITonse. E N i 4 s 4 o o a i e w associated themselves, aspaftners, rs. J. Smith Hooton &. William I. Coop- stvleaiid name of ei, uiider tbu ... lieun, Williams Hooton A Co., Have opened office to the racific Land office, line. preparing ourselves on Broadway, next Hou^e, and are now door immediately opposite the prepared to do a gen eral I*uid and banking business. From our long acquaintance witntne Bnsi knowledge of the country, uess and thorough knowledge o #e hope to merit a share e* the Particular attei.tion will be given to the land melodious, the baas is deep, business, In all its various branches. Wr ar^j tjUg Benton, Baakers, Dealers in Exchange I i A e n s COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA. and Bills collected aud remitted to any part of the United States Money received on deposit, aud interost al lowtnl. aud Eastern or Southern Drafts furnished in sums to suit purchasers. Land utfice fund® paid forCnrr^ney or Bills of Exchange. Loans effected on good security. Taxes paid, ti'les exam'ned, and Real Estate bought and sold on Commission. Lands entered for settlers and time given fo payment. Office opposite Picific House room of Land in west lower Iowa. Culberton A Reno, Bankers, Iowa City, Iowa. People's Bank, New York City. Ketchum, Rogers A Bennet, Bankers, New York City. Seldon, Withers & Co., Washington, U. c. Hon. Chaa. Mason, Com, of Patents, Wash* ington, Hon. A. C.Dodge, S.U.S., Burligton,Iowa. G. W. Jones, Dubuque, Iowa. Jos. Williams, Chief Justioe, Muscatine, Iowa. Council Bluffs,Iowa, Nov. 14th, 1854. nl5 u. D. IOHXBO*», i. promptly attend to Land Agencies, Collections, Investing Money, Locating and Selling Laud Warrants, and all other busi ness pertaining to their profession, in Western Iowa and Nebraska. Council Bluff, Feb. 33. *55. »-40-tf. F«4AC K. AT.OKK, Cook A Sarcent, Bankers, Davenport, Iowa. ness and equality of tone throughout, that they OASAOY, J0Ui\S0^i, n. T*ST. CA8ADY 4 1EST. Attorneys A Counsellors at Law. E N E A A N A E N S COU3CIL Si.trFS, IOWA. FRANK C. WELCH. OEO. HOWB. ALDEM, HOWE tt WELCH. GKNKSAL DBALKESUI 4 REAL ESTATE AND EXCHANGE FLORENCE, NEBRASKA. LA IMS Upon tbe PubUc Lands bought and sold. Loans negotiated on reasonable terms, Collections made, and Money remitted with promptness and dispatch. Maps illustrating any section oi ths Territory furnished as re quired, upon payment of $5j also letters explana tory of the NATURAL ADVANTAGES of Nebraska, or anv portion thereof transmitted upon the receipt of $1* asrsasircn*. J. E Johnson, Bluff City, Iowa, fftutamaa It Donnell, Bf$Mahon A Williams, Creen, Weare A Benton, Bankers. M. W. lzsrd, Gov. ofeiiOatahaCity, N T. March, 2, lt?56. ®45-tf. meatoaa aCtoag aadm daraM^ mikmivMak coal•«*. FiMOO ol tvvrf HrimyM Myk aad prioe op tot*COO, eomprletaf tfceda of Um dlferaot manafceUriaa «moag tikeaa Die Ml ehratad modern improved Horaae WaitiS* rf« aproved anon and the firat premium Jtoiian Piaaot of Gilbert Co-'a make, (ownon of tka JB» lian patent). Second-handptanoeatrraitbu gaina. Pricea fiom $40 to $150. •Teledeoaa from five different manufactories, including tb» well knowuS. D- A W Smith's melodeoui [tuned the equal temperameut] the be*made in tbe United States. Price $45, $66, $75 $100, $115. $125, $135 and $150. Smith's double bauk melodeon $300. Each Piaiio and Melodeon guaranteed The beat terms to the trade, schools, ^c 12f^ percent, diieoaat' to clergymen aud churches. Ail orders prompt* ly attended to. Music aent to all parte of the country, post paid, at the reduefld rates. Gen eral and solect catalogues aad achedule of pri ces of Piauos fowarded te any adureas free of charge. Extract* tana Teetimoniala of MaaicProfeaa ors and Editorials, concerning Horace ater'i Modern Improved Pianos. Ntw Yoac, IVcember 12, 1354. Horace Waters. Eaq., 333 Broadway Dear Sir—Having examined your Piano Fortes from scientific and appropriate teste, I am enabled to form a satisfactory judgement of other manufacturer, and those desirous of ob taming a really good Piano Forte—ou«j that wili prove an equivalent for their meann, will find auch a one in your beautiful instrument. 1 United Stat nee and a set he treble Is clear, pare, beautiful an r0U8 U):daie with full andcomplet copies and possesses the power of singing, i. e. of uui- the sound of «*ch tone, iu a degree but reliable information rarely achieved—Henry G. Watson. public lands. Your instruments are a sensible Improve- ro«ut upon American piauoe, and an honor to made in western Iowa manufacturer. There is no doubt but thev vju 1 v5nt7tf their merits, and it is with pleasure that I speak of them as among the moat celebrated aad im- (jy There la constantly in store at this ea proved makes of the day. tabiishmeut, ten dirferent makes of Pianos, and For power, brilliancy and richness of tone, five different makes of Melo eona. elasticity of touch, and beauty of finish, they 2ZT Each instrument is guaranteed to give III not suffer in comparison with those of any entire s«ufaction, or the purchase money re funded. THOS. BAKEK, R. A. M. Leader ol Jullien's Band and Musical Director & Conductor at Niblo's Garden. For power, brilliancy aud rtchoeeaof tone, elasticity of touch, elegance and durability of and Remittent Fevers, Fever and A^ue make, they are iu advauce of any ofher pianos Cbills and Fevers, Dumb Ague, General^De in the roiling, aud IOIIU- part is rich and sympathetic, appreciated by the public, and all af- mirers oi true merit—Oscar Oomettant. For power of tone, depth of bass, and brill ancy of treble, together with accuracy of touch they are equal to any I am acquainted wilh.and 1 cordially recommend them to thoee wish lug tENTOM purchase.—V. C. Taylor. Our friends will find at Mr. Waters' store the very best assortment of music and of pianos to be fonnd in the United Slates, and we urge oar southern and western friends to givo him a cail whenever they go to New York.—Graham'a Magazine. 1 take great pleasure in pronouncing them in struments of a superior quality, both of tone and touch—Augtus Cocket. We consider them of especial attention, from the resonant and exceeding musical tones which Mr. Waters has succeeeded in attaiuiog.—N. Y Mu»ical world and 1 imea. The Horace Waters pianos are of superior tone and elegant finish.—N. Y. Christian fnq. Nothing at the State Fair displayed greater excellence iu any department than the piano forte manufactured by Horace Waters, of this cltv.—Churchman. Horace Waters' Piano Fortes are of fell, rich and eveu tone, and powerful.—N. Y. Jtfusicai Review. Your new square pianos, sir,are of auebelear I .. II St /«Aninatn 117 i tfrt III or Bilious disease ry fi oui pany each bottle. 11 very successfully compete with the voluminous and expressive grand Piano.—Vunderweyde. Ths editor of the Savannah Republican, Sa vannah Ga., speaking of the piano fortes kept by Messrs. J. W. Morrell A Co., of thst city, savs: It will be seen that their stock comprise* instruments ofevery grade of excellence, from the well know manufaciuring establishn enta of Chickering A Son, Horace Waters, H. Worces ter, JVunus A Clark, snd Becoa A Raven. It might well be supposed, that in so Iarg^ a col lection there would be some veiv fine Instru ments But there is one which, for beauty of finish and richness snd brilliancy of tone,equals if it does not excol, anything of the kind we have ever seen. It Is from the establishment of Horace Waters. Being constructed of the best and moat thoroughly seaeoued materiil, aud upon improved principles, it is capable of resist ing the action of every climate, and of sundiug a long time in tune. The keys are of pearl, and the recess for the finger board is iolaul with pearl, while tbe legs are most elaborately earv ed.and tbe whole instrument finished ap In a style of great excelkaee and beauty. And yet its chief merit lies in the power, brilliaiiey and richness of its tone, and the elasticity ef its touch. if«- 1: Extraeta i¥e«f EifftortUa uuatjei'ntnf Gil bert and Company's Preaiiajn ^Ealian Pianos The ^Eolian Forte is uadgp^iedly tiie meet perfect usicai instramentjpnaa ingenuity has constructed. Two iiNtrajpMta arouandedia one. TheJSolian IdMVwMkai and dstaah ed so thst the pia j* may be pleyed wlt|i or without it[ or, wt#Mo hsnd the parf»naat puistnias al UN J&i«p iaveks the harmontt# of p|: moat which, is or aided the fsativs atorniag, the peeling may elkit tha and with tha piano. His. Incited to tha givea forth ia which prelude i Mr. Watera' i the lovera of bis st to Gilbert'^ Wills' The All Apeompany the vaoaia are very But ha bit beauty an 9k$m only be msgn»6cent i li&hmeat-—N. Y. T4 R. r* Sn JiK- of ty-focartto jr., Brook eat a alataaaeat tliat Priaeo'a nedto toned in the o^nal tempin —eat. I have examined a number of Melodeons, with apecial refer peraiitent, and bare not found ual temperament. The temper lodeoas of Priace A Co.'aman are examined, approaches near n those of Carbart A Needham, Binee tibat ti Prteot fc Co aaoo to tbe oaf taaed in aoaent in the ofoetare that tho equal but it la far fiem equal, aa any one troubled with a nice earM think will deeide, if they try the chorda offend sharp lu succession.—A Tuner, Poultnqr, Yt. We ere verj( happy to stand corrected t»n this point. W4 made the statement alluded to above on the authority of e professor of music inthiecity, without having observed in refer ence to it oursslvea—a thing we very seldom do. We have since examined Prince A Co.'* Melodeons, aud ind "A Tuner" right. Tho' nearer the equal temporatare than Carhart'a, it Is still unequal. We do knew, however, that 8. D- A H. W Smith's Melodeons sold h* Waters, No. 333 Broadway, are tuned in the equal temperament—N Y- Musical Review, Messrs S D.iH W. Smith rank as the first i manuiactur»rf» of the melodeon in this co intry.! Their instruuueuts are recomiuendea by tne best judges aa superior ia every reapeot.—Boston Commonwealth. Persons at a distance wishing to purchase will, by fowardlng their orders, have their wants as well aud as chea[ ly supplied as though per sonally present. von lUtf RHODES' FEVEIt k AWE CURE, ^OR the prevention and cure of whatever, or any inju constantly inhaling Malaria KVIDKNCK OK or Mis- ama. it will instantly check the Ague in pereons whs have suffered from any length of time, from oue day to twenty years, so that they ueed never to have another chill, by continu ing iu use according to directiovs. The pa tient at once begins torec6ver appetite and Mreugth, and continues until a permanent and radical cure is effected. One or two bottles will answer for ordinary cases, some may require moie. Directions printed in German, French A Spanish, 2s.kY *&*£ '&*-> \**:SY* t£** "1*1* money, but we do Intermittent being ths result of Iloa^f Night Sweats, aad all oilier iurms of, having been bt ughl ana shipped a little iower is a natural antidote which will entire ly protect any resident or traveller even in the uitat sickly or swampy localities, Ague from auy accom Dp Price o pany each bottle. Price one dollar. Liberal at mad »to the trade. JAS. A. RHODES, Provide nee, R. I, discount mad to the trade. SArrrv. "I havo made a chemical examination of '•Rhodes' Fever and ue Cure," or Antidote to Mnlaria," tnd have tested it for arsnic, mer cury, quinine, and strychnine, but have not any substance io its composition that would prove injurious to the constitution. J. R. CHILTON, M. D„ Chemist." EVlDtNCK or MKaiT. "Lewisburg, Union co., P., May 2, '55. Mr. J. A. Rhode*—Dear Sir: The box of medicine you sent me was duly received on the 11 th af April. I have sold about one-ball of it, and so far as the people have used it are sat isfied that it has cured them. It has certainly stopped the ague in every oue that has used it, ana six of tbe esses were of longstanding. My sister, who has bad it 5 or 5 years back, and could uever get it stopped, except by Quinine, and that only as long as she would take it, is OOW, I think, entirely cured by your remedy. say IOO C. H. McNEELY." CAPT.on TO AOTJK surrtatas Take no more Arsnic, Tonics, Mercury, Qui nine. Fcbrfuges, Strychniue, or auti periodicals ol auy kiiAi. The wail-kuown'iua&cwuey wi pf these noxious poisons proves them to be the offspring either of false mcdical principles, or of mercenary quacks. The only remedy in ex istence that is sure aud harmless* is Rhodes' Fever and Ague ure. J. D. Ysrrington, 69 Clark street, Chicago, General Agent, aud for sale by /espectsble dealers everywhere. "~~a v5u3m6 BATHING ROOM. A. BUSSEL would inform the puUie (bat he has opeaed a Bathing Room in eeaaaatftsa with his NM W BE A Viy& SAL O OX oa Broadway, where the finishing toochee to' g^^nd hence more durable. slaaaUn—s aadgsnteel appaaware A bestoweu wlthoat stintirvredging. iThe patme are po litoty invited teaa|I st his rfionis where, should be W aa Micky sa |p shave then, thp heen edge ria will b^Moved by tho consolation h-aa doaoMtft, aasy aad witho* hurt tho leenacs. Neat door beion »pam's store, OOUMH Iowa. !5 v5^4tf krnafia tha thia city that ding, ia aoafectionaries, umutox' for his 11 ifrtm Iowa, tiOB Of the and adjoin f»ct that toy rltore bouis aad hafe MM of (M lirgMI and tat MW good*, everbra't uiifryf. Mbgnr .*.ia (jwn-.& 900 sa-lre G. A. Salty 100 bari ela Ka. do 200 sacks Dairy do 00 barrels Molasses. ^4, 20 hf do Syrup, 100 Bed-steads, all uaHamt, Bureas. cubboards, tin safes, chain, lounges, matrasses, stands, Ac., Ac. 100 cook and heating stovea, all patlerna and lizes. 100 kegs Nail?, assorted. Doors, window-sash, blinds, paints oil, Ac. O O S A N S O E S We have sixty cases, all sorts and patterns. And every thing else that may be found in stores this side of St. Louis. Our heavy we goods for your money, than any other bouse west of St. Louis. Call and examine—no trouble to show goods. Remember the sign ofthe Cheap Cash Store, Glenwood, Iowa. We buy dry hide?, furs, peltries, corn, wheat, oats, bacon, pork, wax, tallow, &.c., Ac at highest prices. july 31, von21xa3 TOOTLE A GREENE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, U K N W O 0 I O W A We beg of the wattamie, Montgomery and Cass coun ties, Iowa also, Douglas and Cass counties, Nebraska territory, to our large and late sup» ti ply of every kind in western Give us a call before you purchase, and if we do not sell you cheap goods, we will make our neighbors do so. gy Remember the cheapest house in town. TOOTLE July 31. IOO Boxes Glass, assorteu I OOOO IOO New-York, June 11,1855. found a ^particle of either iu it, nor have I found Boxes assorted Teas, put up exjiresHiy for Glen- a! atadi» tb.ia y wellUmhwadu aad on Goods, both of Amer dure are aa complete western loss by and th« failure of so many business house* throughout the states, have tliown to us the ne cessity of doing a pay of not pretend to say as City does, fire down business. There- fore, we have adopted the pay down business, and by this means we hope to offer such induces uients to those that wish to pay down for goods, that they will surely purchase. By doing this kind a business, we are not subject to Toss, by bad debts and others losses, which surely follows after crediting. that ours is We your will give you more leave to call the attention good of merchandise usually kept iowa. Our stock of Groceries is large and complete. Hats and Caps and Ready Made Clothing, have ail been purchased in the eastern cities, at the lowest ca*h prices. GREENF. v5n21tf fine Doors, assorted sizes, iorsale at Glen wood, by TOOTLE ft GREENE. £000 lights Pine Sash, all sizes, for sale low O est prices by TOOTLE A GREENE. )00 sacks G. A. Salt, nt Glenwood, by w TOOTLE A GREENE. at TOOTLE A GREENE. lbs assorted Iron, ree'd at low freight, and cheap, by TOOTLE A GREENE. Kegs ass't Nails, and every other article for building purposes, at the chep cash store in Glenwood. TOOTLE A GREENE. Bedsteads, 10 Bureaus, 1'2 sofas, 25 tables, i 10 lounges, and any quantity of other fur niture cheap, at TOOTL- TOOTLE A GREENE. 7 I our trade, (not auuk) very wood, by TOOTLE JOSEPH V. HINCHMAN, OLKNWOOD, IOWA, Would respectfully in form the citizens of Mills and adjoining counties that he is in receipt of a gener al assortment of Drugs, fi fi Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye-stuffs, Books, Sta tionery. Also, an assortment of Jewelry, per fumery, and other notions, together with a com plete stock of tobacco and cigars. Pure Liquorsfor medical purposes only, iwood, july 31. vfin2ltf DENTAL NOTICE. VJICKLAS A HEWLETT having IN located at St. Joaeph, would re Kpectfully announce to the public that weare now prepared to execute all work jpertainiug to the dental art, whether mechauical or surgical We are happy to state that we are now in pos session and sole proprietors to use aad manu facture Teeth, inserted on the new mode, known as Allen's patent. Thisuew and beautiful way of constructing teeth, is the vety ultimatum of the dental art. Teeth iaaertedoa this-plan have many prints of recommendation over other modes of insertion:—first, they avs much stron- of Second, they an more cleanly, having a continaons and solid gun, with no intentions between the teeth and gumplste. wblab gives no plane for lodgement of partiolea of food* L»atly, ana not leant, they are far mora beaatifal and aatnral than any other style. One of the firm will visit Council Bluffs twice a year, so that thoas^deelring work of the aow stylo aan havo the impweaion tsken here ^tn^^g aapiplstod at oar establishment ia Saint iottik yr All work warranted to give perfect sat Isfhction or no pay required. v5al4tf GREAT FIRE W! will inform our frieade that we are not burnt out, but arc in a worse condition, having add a large aneoaaft of ant coo# far IMa's promiaaa to pay. which they whollydie llgmed, therefore, as we havs no insurance oompany to look to for our losses, all poraoao IcBewiug themaelves indebted willooM Ofapd adioania a«Ml asaasiaad wilew «a MW ttoaaie Ss* a* Vhiftr, atjg 7,1855. A lot A people of Mills, Puttu- JH OMAHA CITY LOTS FOR SALE.1 A limited number of be issued chea fc' WANTED. $000 bushela Wheat, Oats, Corn also hides Floor, Meal, Furs, Bacon, Ac. TOOTLE A GREENE. ^0 10 p,''k oouatiaato »U wateaad. I am al«« prepared to enter I*an» Ttiql, «aual tariaaa aad in qoaatitia* to anl ptirehMpra. Land warranU carefully kNMltd land 4o be obtained in the dittrttt, bleleai4. Ismi boofbi wiQi fl»ra end at lot^||i| Laad Afmt. For Sato at a Barfaia I quarter eection of fine bottom land, lying within four miiee of this city. Also, n quarter section of hard wood timbsr, that haa uot been culled or cut from, about 5 miles from the city also, a quarter sec. of land, lying di rectly upon the road traveled north, snd about 5 allies from the city, together With several other smaller tracts of land, snd a number of choice city lots, which can be purchased at bar gains for cash down, if attended to immediately J. E. JOHNSON, Agenti Conacil Bluffs, may 22,1855. [v5nl0t$ A City Lots For Sale! 4 FEW choice do Nebraska City and Omaha THE place to Tnvest Lots for sale portion of the in Johnson*a l\ additon to Council Bluff's—a most high, beautiful, eligible aud sightly situaliou in the uppsr city, nnmediavely adja cent to the Public Garden of Terry fit Co.—. There is only ^0 lots for saie aud they will not loug remain uusold, so let those who wish to reside in the most beautiful and romantic part of the citv, secure a a/ once.. Price reason* able, and terms cash down. A map and pl*t4 m*y be seeu at the post office. J. E-JOHNSON, Agent Council Bluffs, april 17, '55. o3 if SECOND SALE JF LOTS Iff KEARNEY *CITY. the solicUatiou of our friends, we will xj. offer at public sale, on the premises, ia Kearney City, Nebraska nerrltory, on the 14th day of June, and continue from day to day, until all are sold at the option of the proprietor* Terms of sale, V4 iu hina.ballance iu aud IA montha. JOHN BOULWARE, JOHN MoMECHAN, A. E. McOONNELL, v5nl3tf Sole Proprietors OB Tine I JOHNSON,Laadsupply (JASADY A TEST have just received s large of Land WarrantSj and are Mw tony pWfwred to aaftfcaMfcaa-'aaT* teries. Council Bluffs, may 39, '55. ?5nl0tf lota in Omaha Gity now ready for private sale. Call on the dersigned, or on Mr. Boyer at Tootie and Jacl aon'&atore. Lou will be given to paraoqs who wish to build this season. July 28 1854.—tf E. LOWE. 1 0 0 0 0 0 O I E S Sitamboat JJisattm on the titem WtUtrt and Steamboat Directory. The undersigned have now in tue course oi preparation, a new steamboat Directory, which will in Uin over two October next the book wili coa- hundred pages, illustrated In tho best style, and neatly bound iu a durable man ner. It wili be one of tbe most interesting works ever published, and will be a book th^4 will be interesting to all classes of people.* The Steamboat Director will contains cor#' plete list and description of all tbe Steemboata afloat ui the western and southern waters.-— The length, model speed, power and tonnage of each boat, where and by whom built, the n%rae of the boat, with the trade she ia iu. Al 90, th»* name of the captains and officers, he* age, Ac., Ac., The Directory will contain a History of Steam boats snd Stesmboating oa the western waters, since the application of steam also, a sketch of the first boat built tor the Ohio river, with the name of the builder* commander and owner. The River Directory Will contain a list at# description of all the Steamboat Disasters tha* have occurred on the western and^onthern wa ters, beautifully illustrated, with a list of all those who have perished by their burning, sink ing and exploding, on the western and south ern waters. The Directory will containMspa the Uhio, Mississippi, Missouri, Illinois, Ar kansas, White, Red, Ouachita. Yaaoo.and oth er rivers, with the towns aud citiea laid d°w*« correct distances aiso,"many other river and commercial items of Interest to the people at larue. The book will contain the oarda of the various U. S. £ail bpatf?,with the trade they are iu, Ac- The Dilatory will also ooutaina complete list of all responsible Bteaaiboat IA* ceused Officers, tiieir places of rsaidoace, the new Steamboat Law, iu regairoaaentt, with comments, showing whereiu it benefits the ia compeleut officer, aud injuree the nosepeteat officer, Ac-, Ac., and all the iraportaal u. ». Supreme Court Steamboat Decisions up to d***' the Rates and Commercial Privileges, biilsof landing, important decisions of.thovwioaaU. S. Courts in regard to freiahts lost aad damaged* 4-c,, Ac., with many other tbinge of intereat. The Directory will be IllnatraUd la the boa atyie, aud printed la the beat aaa$a". Tho aut'ior haa for six.yoarabeen g^banag togeth er all the facto and items In regard$6 the ua meroua steamboat dikastera ontbe wesOsaaaae southern waters, aad new iiiaah publiabisg them in bookftifw. The be put at the law aum of Oaa Dellar. tea thoneaud copies tHIl be issnid #artha beatmea and ail others dasiroas of subeetibiag, wiU havo to do so ut ouce, aa none will beprtntad unless ordered in advenes. Tbe work irSialgiied to have s cimalatioo of eighty thoaaa$Mafiaa, aa the pubhshota sre rco»iviag larca ai^m» a« snbscrihars, per mail, from all try, dally. Soma of tha welt earn IMIaripatila AVa naea ail wilt Da iai'wnamaii to tha ataamhoat t.y lmidtfiag* Q*+ paid) you will rcceire oae co^y of taa ••fj* ,a«d An oomaraakatleaa aad MM* dmH li x. .... 'aft iWk rut i m.