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pon, said
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«o:i*trufti:oa.
RESOLVEO,
pleasure ia
Coontry
rtM
%ur
1. li. Broftdaf tlNMnp
uei£i« of railroads
ixpedieaht, £ut
*»t practicaiulinr$*lja^be |^W road
would opto ailitt tbe
fiu6#t
Aiofoson.
ftifroQltW"
it niitiy is (kt iwW Hw tie .immense
limpertanos iflirnl tu onnstruction a mat
.«ar of ositftiftiJV aod »t wan only n«oe:s*aiy tg
Imkt QMUur«M to give it a beginning, u qq
*ure itt early coTO|detiOtt. s
On motion, the following gentlemen were
spi-unted a committee to draft aod prepare
irosolatious expreeetve of the set ee uf the con
tention on the najortant measures before it
John Corby, James Craig, W. A. Cunning
ham, Thos. Bottom, B. Jennings, of
Buohaaa, U. Ttnld of Andrew, nad VV. 11.
jDui'bftf
it
Ally miliwl for ^me eommit
tee rsjpdrted an was discharged.
The resolu IOUS were then -A*
eft op and
adopted one by ue, a» f4iowj
ttfsoLVfcD, Laat th»a convention declare
,„c ftpeedy construction ot the Piarte Coun
try Kadroad X. the Iowa line to le impera
veiy demanded bj the wants uf the rupid
3y iuore*sing pepel •cien alon^ the line, and
that the Senators *ad fieposeutativei in
Cong eesfr-uu Missouri an i leua be re past
ed ui roe ire from Co u^r&»s ,* doa.ui n ot
land nti^uow to Uie xoad, ia
1
and K^preS'.-nia from N rth Host urn
*"d 1W4 frieu Jiy to the mse of lmprovc
m-r«s be rest to pub ish the saiue.
Capt. Jam Crai^ oiTcie
1 the following
which wan adopte 1.
Il-soLVi.d, Tuat F. S.
fiupe and W. inbar Atofaisiu cou ity,
James Foster, Mi el Byr 1 and O. C. Jas
per ot Holt (*un A. u. Ulark, Jo.-eph
Ualker a id Ur. 1'. ^nlkerson .f And en'
ounty, John Corby. W. Bro »da.s Th iinpjrm,
Dn^un Fiu and Wm. Hid nbau,'i of i
chman county, Col. smes 11. Birch, Wm
s!ow Turner, and Jesse Mo in i Clinton co.
J*m»s N. Ba-ns, Thomas Starne^, and D.-.
W-vlker of Platte couniy. be appointed to
opeo looks for tbe suijicrip i-o of stock to
this roid it such place »r places tliej
maV deem be*t in their resj eciive couuiies.
.» W. BKOADLS TllOM PSuN, Pres.
J. H. R. Cu.vpirr,
S. F.
*ft iu
Taftt •thie convention tpke
a:iO'uticLn,r
the fact ib tait the
sioci ueeesjarr to give the P.aue Country
Ra »ad !^ral exi«.ance tun e«. subscr.b
ed evincing 'htsrcfey tbe deep tute est wiiieli
u felt in the rk3 ,t rec .UiJUcttU it to XUc
favorable eao^ der*ik»u of ihc Legiiiam
KssOlveu, Th^t the coantj vOwi\j* of the
diifrrent coaniie-,, Jcehu^ aa laiere^t i.« the
couatru tion 1'iatie Cou nrj M..airaad.
be re. uest»J o subscribe for their re? [t*eti »e
coaat.es an amount 14 sIock ci ieuiteiMurnie
wt ia Jie.r aOutv au4 the ioter-rst thej I
eel
in tiie *peedv eom^'titMi ol'the s.ixue, umi
to tftke juch 3ce}j# ts are p»i ed out by the
irter of said jroad to leg tiue said sab
•enption.
R4SOLV*D, That the eitizeas along the 1'ne
be earnestly requdbied tu t.i.ve
au
active part
.not ooiy u &uba> aUiag to th« capital 8tocix
in said road, but in procuring 8iocriplioQ
from oUter tourcet, and tb.* more effectually
to Aecotnp!Lsh said object, tue Convention
reeomueiids bojts to be opened alon^ the
LiiS of a.ti i road, and c-»m -eteat per»oiw se
lected to pro ure i.iii s.ibscrij'tioa.s.
BCSOLVEO, Tb%t the- citiieos uf LOWA should
bo coau&anUed for tbtir st ze.il iu regard
to tuis liac of railroad, and tout their co
operation be eariitrs ij"requested v*ith us to
«iund tho s.'inie to Counoil Blurt's City or
sucJi her po! ft ,-u in tueir opinion »y be
best suited to the iu.eFes s th^u jiro^in^
State and the iva..ta of he| entC prKiiiig cit
izen*.
REVOLTED,
That a copy of the proceedings
b? published in the (i .zerre arid Cycle,
a copy thereof be iorw,»rd»4 to th
and
a s
0
Mooa*, Secretaries.
Pensylvauia Election.
We hive full returns from every countv
in the Stall. Thcr vote for canal com mis
siooers standi- asfoilowe: Piu'uer (demo
crat.) lol,281*1 Nicliolson, (fusiunist,) 14'Jf
64J. L)etn.cra
ic majority. il..*: 6.
The Legislature will staid: Senate, 17
democrats to 1(3 fusionUts House, 78 dem
ocrftts to 32 fusioaikts.
Eaiigrstios to lefii,
The Burling on GA^ette of the 20th savs
**The numt er of er-ons arriving in bur
city i^aily, y the cars, .ste im'»ioats, s ages
*M w&iq m, will not fall short of 50u. I he
ferry-LtOat Jo (J ile, i» busv irom sun
(P^l1 tnl 8 clock at night, ferrying imtni
•a$jraii team-, to this side of the river. She
Mfcrtsvhtovor yesterday J7 wagons ami teams
-jb«*i ies o ber plunder, at one load. The
s: «ge any" sent o u iv be
^jo-e te^sterda,, from this city, over 70 pis
«w rr, wostward. We noticed ot,e e«.ach
wi e've occupied by Udies and
"1® ing Amenra
By tho same pap^r we learn that wheat is
bringi at thai place $1.15 tor »priDg and
$1,25 tor fait.
Hollow.«js Ointment ftud Pills, aniafalli
fcie Heme ly for Bio oh-s oa th Skio.—Ed
ir M-rtimer. aged
'ih, of
JCtCS
lustre-into tt* imps**
vo
ilisstmri, ind that other papers in this bute ^|,eady chared oil an.i as ready for th* plow as
were vour tieliK of sreensward or meadows, vou

MiK»r*f
Iiich.»rd
djtn
Third ft., Phil a-
-delphi*, was for five years aseve.e suffer *r
'Vi blotches on the skin, the whole of hi-s
face. i.tick, arms, and hands, h^iDg di^fi^u/ed
likfl that of small pox he consulted several
very clever medical men, who toid him it
vas the predoat og symptoms of some dii-
Mse, which a.armed him oxceedni^ly how
ever, h» took Ifoj low ay's Pills i.amedi itely,
and rabbed tl^ Oin me't oo the parts affec
ted, aad in two wet kathe whole of the blotch
«s disftf^eurtal. a id Us health considerably
improved. These refte lies tsrill core the
*uOit deeply s at.-d Id w..iut» ftftd ulcers,
•ven of 20 years standing. 3i
W5?' ^a'TORfiLi Ntxaon.—i'Tomiinstfn, of
*a S aipsaan, lately kI^levi five reli
«an^ *1,4 distance of
800
whela.
'till.
yarili, wiih a min-
rifle ,.
A ticn.TCEA:..-:«Mr. J*hu* M^hall, of
'',lS raised f.om s'* [etatocs, tecf
*hty were planted one eye in a
Looisa o^ttntv, took the pre
for ibf b»t «m
o»j fagle a-rt),'*
ftrst resptta-
fsrvor of
boeCaud the hay-oay nrw
Hurt hope'sbrightest visi
witli jpe«pectl*i»
the fragrant spriaf«t
moans!
o
were th® achool-jnatee with "HsifllW1fjwttW
the brief recess wer* patftSd «ftd with whom
was conned the A Mph* ®f learniiig.
Yea, Verona,
ytmt
Re*t, mother, rest from all thy sorrow,
From ail thy toil and Alt thy pain
Slepp. mother, sle»»p—in that blest morrow,
WIK'nCHRIST willcoin^, we'll meetagaml
From all this let us turn, turn to r*View the
•»7esi the fireat. the prolihc, th? bou'lti^ll, the
ailv ancir.tr, U»e golden Weat. Thu is my pres
ent thpint".
Doubtless,you have heard much about Coun
cil ulf^ and Iowa Nebraska, Utah. O.r^cti,
and Wa-hing.on ierrifoiies. as well asOalifor
n:a but. as wa* th-» ca^e with Ba.-heba respect
ing tic wisdom and gloiy of Solomon, "lbe
ilf ha- not been to d." 1 would not, if I co-i d,
•end a fine pnn, silken threaded, eu!oev upon
the jjictuiefiq ii' s n»*ry tb" bold blurts that
OW'T along liie current of the Mis ou i
tnd ib
1
ant
T&tre
^»ue, »w«r rales end m«*ad
owMrten *sve batt ttf Bvely echoes of those
early iovs. Brothers. ststMji, «jwuin»—*» dis
ported ih -re right mftrrtjjr tad fotged tfcat OP'
dorin^^ain of love and friendship the bright
link of which Hill dstsle in meiapfy and some
time* draw us back from de«MM* waodst iugs
tft those eariv scenes of glearart and
tlelijrht^ But adieu, ye purling broolts frngrant
field* ami shady grove*! Verona, to all vour
tranquil scenes a brief farewell! Ye are ch*n
ged iiow and how does reflection harrow up
the keen ilnaibilitie® of the soul! The loved
ones of that bright day are scattered over the
broad earth. Children still play upon those
green lawns and sunny slope. but they are
otrpngers—going through their season of youth
ful fancies The fa-'her who hvished kuiduess
there hae nut4 iped m« one thousaiid miles is
penetrating the western world and that most
excellent mother who poured the balm uf con
dstence into the *acred chambers of my infan
tile fHefcs is enfolded iu the pure habiliments
of her (iftalj"?tff I
b. o»der, gentle cl arer water* of the
Mis.-issippi the btoad bottom lands, with their
in soil undi-tuib^d by
fh"
enraptu ed gaze of the traveler, wilt broad,
green, iioMvr 4la|ipied s«veU» succeeding i-ach
otlier, in ia»iration of tbe undulating, ever
obuigin^. upheaving, swelling, mysteiious
Ocean of :h? ein.bantu)euU of verdant g'ades
and tranqnil glens, tlie gn-hiug spnngs rip
pling brooks, leapias ca-cailes arid wel!ing riv-
er-j'of the stately elk, bounding deer, andi hordes
of bulfalo that swarm tee gorges, plains and
you roiling early and late upon your fa'ins, and v
that in the West were mi'di^ns of aires
could but f-H rather ed iheis-^ still sucli is the
trrdh Sich ts called prairie land, an in
'I roke*' (plowd Wi'tl two
o*en. If turned over in the fall
oil becomes enti e'y rotted by sprini: when by
he u-e of a heavy hariowd awn over it by two
y-'ke of oxe:i it is entirely torn to pieces, and,
s itho it fnr'h-r plowing, is ready for the seed. I
This is a da k, i ich, ft iab|e oil and i capable
probiciug oin fifty to eighty bn hels of
mn to ?h* acre. U Will also province a good
yield of wh-at. oats, buckwhe-t. hemp, rye.
miliet. and every other kind of gram, and as
'e^aids vege{ub!ei of every kind, no soil on the
Giob1 can beat ir. A f-w days nince. ou walk
ioz over the fa an of nj.min Minturn. Ksq.,!
fou ihiles North i thisci'y. I took t'ie mea
urenieut of one of hi imuioth l.i potatoes
aud found its leiigth to be 22 inches with a
s i. f. of 3 i.iches. This cliallaiiges
later
for an equal.
rnwa
rlie
Jbere is an abundance of land in Western
still in ma:ket invitir agriculture and
the energies cf the husbandman, beautiful and
'althy situations «here hcui-s of comfort and I
habitations of pe ce can be erected and where
institutions of dome-'.ic relations can be
amplified and patrimony increase beneficial to
throughth
for comfort and wealth, that they be induced
lo locate and po«se^s themselves of benehts so
bountifblhy lavished.
L. O. LITTLEFIELD.
Council Bluffs City, Oct. 'id, lS-xi.
0rA midshipman asked ft priest to tell
the «!ifferenci- tween a priest and a jftckass.
The priest gave it up.
tOne
weirs a cro4S on his back tnd the
other on his breast," said the midshipman.
'•'Now." said ihe priest, ''tell me ihe i f
ference between ft* midshipman' ftii^ft jack
AS"1 .'
Tne rat Ishipman gave up, and asked what
it was.
The priest said he di not know of any.
Tbs Antonio Sentinel Mrs that
t.i« Am*riosin boundanr survey found no
g. Id in the Mas-ill* Vall-r Territory, but
the Mexicans reported irg existence near San
ta Cruz. Kich silver ore had been f'»und in
great abunJan e, by the surveying party.
SOL».—*Bob thai if a nice horse yon have
thee what is he w«wth V
'Three hundred and fifty dollara.'
4N««,
not so much as thatf*
'Yes. every eeat of ii, and ftnother fifty on
top of it.'
'A^l right.'
'What are yop eo darned inqitkitive for?1
'Merely for assessing purposes, 1 am the
assersor fur the ward and only wanted to
know what you rftted your nag at.'
tit' Sindey Smith, aa\s—kIt seems nee
ea-wirv that jrieat pesyle tiiould die with some
sonorous and quotamft eaving
something not in'elHgible in his la»t mo
ment. G. Rose, made it oat to be, 'Save
mv country, ileaven!' Thejuuee, on being
ftcmu He i interrogated, said that he ftsked for barley
water.*
fw-m i iri ,i-t. 4
the
ita lender*.
Mn
o
tan
w|
i
An investment of a few hundred i
et^
posterity.
dollars by the father of a family will lay thej uty U. Treasurer,
Fouiubtion for a Hire s-ppOit. The great fer- h» n i u ~7
tillty of the «oil, i^s easy cultivation and the ex- i ved by him are precise
cel ent market for erery variety of pioducej ^miliar to the genuine boxes he has
are encouia^ements which ought to invite emi-) heretofore received liom
^ration, 'fhe poor and the rich should under-1 must jiave en made
-tnnd the.se facilities and the resources that exist I center Tht
eat western region for enterprise,1
fhis pMflrf b^ss for
p'ow .if th* is-iof politeness. It is their duiy to do the
h.mdman. or groaning under the burthens of ar- anj^le tirat. for it is a privilege which
i
UJi
fo ejts of the W'M nor of the legendary lore
with which
:ho-t» ecentrtc
o it thousands
wh'ise eartb-uiound- .11 uiaik tfte sepu,^„t., .... i
of their dten braves and chieftains. What! multiply. *ut he stands probably charged
goo 1 to write of these? To realize th m, you *iih rudeness. 'llie ru e is plain. on the
m:ist stand n their midst and partake of their! lHdy must be civil to a gentleman in whose
:nrn. i""
lil""P
your shop sf-U out your farms pack up ycur
law boiksj throw wa your ax and ^r bbiag- gentleman IS not upon this lo presume
hoe —turn your b..ck upon the heaps nf cobble- upon acquaintanceship the first lime he
stones piled up in vour fields leave your pUw* n/U-rwards meets ber in the street. If it
aino'tz stumps nr.il roots, and come out where i,.,_ -n _i
.e i i Oe Her will, she i/ive^ some token of re.
the e is ioctn for enlargement where you car. i »v*en oi re
b-^«th? (:&> where you can otMain a^ much of
OoVMNpt
iiiov fcaturtiR are:
n *«d hi*
h«rtrnu thy ur^ftfUftUop of ft ttnponu
and Prui i 1on'al Uuv«rnp)i|»^y |tetyafc
i-krcti'd. out- fiuBeftsA ipWtyr PPO Territory,
who^hftl^bit-c$a PreaiUeoi and
uMfistiiut# his OauKtlTuo il (h*) estftblish*
mfDt of« p«tfpftl|eAf Uovvfoment the
pbMs of lV r^vi^MiuDary forc«i« in «aeh
Sute nhalt orgafUUM Umporary local got
eiDtMt-nU, on th« baaia of State ind« p«nd
eiieti and gftUoBft) unitf—in imita iuu of
the United States dit rrcsitienl shuil or
der the election of a
t)grtts(
for (he pur
pose of eunsiituiiog a rvpreaentativ* con
st.tu'ional Government the recruiting and
passport Iftws aoi capitation tax are U
cease at once nil who oppose this plan
ftre (u (o be tn ated fta enemies of the Oft*
tional independence.
The revoluiionary Dftrty, sinee the Ab
dication and Dtght of Sftntft Anon, bȴ*
been (|uirtiy ^rejtpriny the
of the new Government Upon theae
jLouu Inlet
you may do ao or not, by at leftst ft look
of recognition.
When your companion bows lo ft lutiy,
y o o u o e W n a n
tleraan bows to a lady in y^ar company
ill way a how to him in return.
Nothing is so ill utiuerMood in Aoit ricn
aa those convention*I laws of «ociet) so
well understood and practiced in Europe.
Ladies complain that gentlemen pass
them in the struts unnoticed, when, in
fact, the fault arise* from their own breach
--m —i-
wics or acquaintances. No gentleman
i e a o u n i e i s k o e n i g- u i u e
slroeU by lady tlirough a premature sa
lute. i uo »any ladies, it would ae.ra,
don't k now their trade" of po iteness.
Meeting ladies HI the iXrttis, whom one
hrtJj ca,ttH|iy mti Mlco«)pany,
bow unless he bows ir^t ami when
Icwupany .lie it c»u»Ur brought but a
Ct)iin'tJou,
th? best laiid that ever bh-*sed the Globe for otiierwi-e he mu^t parson and consider
$1 ,J5 per acre as m.!y he d. ire.', with no him.-elf a stranger. Nolftdyoeed he^itMic
^tninps. roors, o: stores in the way of the u.„_ «i -,i
r« Pl,,w- When.a few yeas since, 1 saw son*eof I, V f«r he will prompt-
when ihe gentleman may bow:
politely answer ev« n if lo na for
'»ttcn his fur si.lnter. None but a brute
oih
u
ICT^ll our Maker thought tt wrong for rector*
i'iui to live single when there
Ad .m to live iu-le when there w o not
ftr'h, how tiitnnuPy ^ujliy
are old bachelors, with ih« world lull of
pretty girls. Let young men think of
.his 1
ft Ionian on
&W A beautiful woman i* ft brilliant
p*n», full of riiyoie, sen i nent, and ail
manner of i.lustrations When bound in
one's arms, she increases the seferal rol
umes.
TH* MIS.IKO 950,000.—The Ameri
can Eipress Company have received in
lorma ion from Uieir agems at Buffalo,
Chicago. Detroit and Dubuque, that ihe
packages received there on Friday, pass
safely throu-h their hands. The Dep-
but probably through ihe carpeui.r thii1fru,U
made the boxes, ur the merchant who
sold tin: bullets and lead, some clue will
be obiained to the parties who combined
the fraud.
i
Niw RAILWAT.—A new Railway has
been invented in England,
one hundred miles per hour
formed with perfect ease and saft?.
V°w, Advertiter aart that
the School Committee of that city liave
dismissed t*o female leachera because
they were Koman Catholica.
A blundering compositor te wftW
up the toaat, 'MYoman, wiihout ber, mnS
would be a savage," got the pueeruftUoo
in the wrong place, which made it read,
'Woman, wiihout her ma*. wot0d ft^r
savage v ,g
-i "*v
A well known gent havmg been arrest
eo for atealrng a gold wateh^ jrnve fts s»
excuse thai he wn» unwell, aiifthe Jioe^
tor advued htm to -uke something."
OCT EiPiweiTi Lux car.— Freselt |d
won are «e!T^ hi X^fttthe verj-1
m94est price bttabei
fc^Tbe
newim
p^asroo
Mr. Pitt uid P*™"*' .oroperty, M^Mi^VKral
•e^omifa, Qiinea,
to at lean half as mam iko«w. j^ii]
over one thonaand milfiOBft. or an
N^TiSi titr11 MU"*
V
Two Laws for the Lftdies*
FIRST—Before you bow to ft lady
the street, permit Her to decide whether'*'*! Loitery will he sent with all
in
i
do otherwise- should he paaa ou,
i redely, hts character is declared, ar.ii
there is a clie-^p rtddanee. F*.)li!tness, or di.»n- mid wbiien along said liiy.
or three yoke of good breeding, i* like iftW^ "the reftfton Th* capital siock of the company Is eleven
all of the v--ar the
thiuga.V thoo*»aud liwilars. negutiable and tr-tn«fi
by a vote of llie majority of a hoard ofdirector«
ty+T-ff
Hii
A
4
theV seldom i
!vbounty
uu»
:,.'
.. 7 Bud to b« paid in upou e«ll of the board of di-
4
"rt
Mr I'i.-co, says tbe i BluJfs, Iowa.
tnd Loti
otters
tly #ly
ir«
are i
'ft^le ihe Btale a »ourity forUm
1
«F prisee. -The priaea »f Whole,
froan $1 to 0$. Half «ad £uart*r
i praportion.
10 neverlaos thiin 23,000 Pris«w In any
rbieh psiaes vary ia amount iroo $1
"1, aecotdiug to the pnev o(ihe
staace—
price of TickeU is $1 the
j^rise is about .... fS.000
pHce of Tickets is $9 the
prise is about $10,000
price of TtckeU is $5 the
ifrlae is about $20,000
fetfWtoe of Tialeta is $10 the
ipfffte is about «... $40,000
lilies or Ticket* is $20 the
labootl
$10,
(M
$10,000, $6,000, $1,
"ji^re., 4ke. Persons can rvioit
$1 spopnls, that they
oa receipt of winch we foaard
its value ia Tickets iu Lottery designated
by the puschaser, or, if none be deeiguated. .hen
boms Lf.Ury that will l»e drawn nfu-rtlie buyer excuang
has got the ticket in In* possessiou. An Utii-
I-.-, I.w.lr t:ckrtJ ort.ercd, carefully sealed in an ordinary
envelope, and on tlie dny the Lottery is draw u
the official drawing will be sent, tog«thM- with
a whites eijdavaiiou of the result of tiie pur
cheae. The dr.«vu uutnbern *re aUo (lublinhed
in tt»e daily pMp4rt» of the city of Ballimore, and
hi the Daily Nagonal lntelligenter, W'anhiu^
to«, 1. C. A circular coniaiuing all the
scbemes will be 4put t«» any one by tuidreSHing
tlie uudvrsigtied. Address oru*TH for tickets to
X. BHENAN,
No. 4 Calverist,, Baltimore, Maryluwd.
8ep. 11, '55. v5-lyf
DEKi) Of TKt SALE.
Deed of ^mstjiecnring to Enos Lowe, the
payment of rbesum of Fourteen Hundred
Dollars, on or befo« the 1st day of January,
a v
1865, having been executed by Madinon
er and Joseph K. Motfat to Ly-ander W.
Babbitt, bearing date July 24ih,
A.
A W SUA VtXG SALO OX,
Ot» Broadway, where the finishing touches to
Ciwu'.ioess aud genteel ap|k'&rai<ce are itowmj
without atiutor grudging. The public are po
litely in v iled to call athisrooma where, should
fee be so lucky as to »hav« tlieiu, the keen *d_ce
ot chagrin will be removed by tW consolaliou
ti.at it was done sleek, easy and without hurt
ing the feeliugs.
ij" Next door beiow Pegram's More. Council
vdul4tf
VV. E
Uubuqao, and v ladies aud gentieuieu of this ciiy that
by th^ .same car- i b« has just opened his new building, an ex
affair, so far, is a ni VStei V of csndtes, Coi.feclicuari«s,
auu
upon which
may be per*
4
FetVjr
SOCIAL HAH,
JOiiNsoN would aunouace to the
icatiug driufcsihat he wi I pre pan- daily for nis
euMonie s. Icr* creuin aud various oilier deli
cacies and comforts of th« season. He has also
a good aaaortuieut oi books aud sutiuuary, uov
els, engravings, dtc.
A few dcora iroui the Post Office, next to the
vS«9tf
SOIL BLCFKS
TICREI' OFFICE
forOiuaha, Nt braaka City, Flo
l'
Alsbmaka!
FBBRY
r&.w*£9
The tindersfj
atlsation of
gMteraily.to
i#i« promptly
obasrved.
iljT ia public la
i^uperlutsndaaee
^siwr. Hfavy
Just recti*
ter T««d#|
for Li
I
t)
l*3I. of
tbe following described larwi. situated in the city
'of Council Bluffs, county of Pottawattamie and
state of Iowa, being at undivided two-thirds of
Lots numbered one hundred ami eighty-four
(1H4) and one hundred and eighty-five. (135) in
the survey of said cit vof Council Bluffs, bj the
Judgw of said county, under an act of
Co igreis, contain-ng eighty acres more or less,
A.
J.
v3o87w$
AeorponIf*
.l
Blu
i'lelced.
n? been
land.
«um of
therefore, notice u hereby given, that
17th day of November, i. 1S35. the
•am Lysander W. Babbitt will sell the above
described premises at public auction, at thedoor
of the office of the County Judge iofPottawatta
mu county at 12 o'clock
POPPLETOX, Atty.
NOTICE
eorporattoo nude the name if "TheCemn
and Nebrankn Ferry Company"
has Ik en orga4iiz'*d under the j^iiernl corpora
te l.iw of ll.t- State
of
F*4
SVC,/
-4^- WWF
HUNTINOl-ON tflffWttt
Wool
eaAaftiers aud
#e«u,
rl
call the
a public^
ff new stock of
all aftd Win*
of atylea
A
liisass,
Boye,
w
lii Tooths,
?. .' Children.
Wflnl^e sl?o received, and will constantly
keep on haud,e full supply of
K A '1 E U
Thauklttl for past favors, we solicit a share of'
public patronage. Please cell aad examine!
our ir«»ck before purchasing elsewhere.
tar i'y Hides aud couutry produce'taken ift
fwr Gootls.
^OLDKX 8
Y HUP,for table use. at
VOORfllS,
pep
Jau.19
Th* time of commencement of said Incorpo BBL as«orte!
u« tweu the
ratiou was the 23d aly 16^3, tocautii
ty vears.
the affairs of (he company t« be conducted bj
a board if directors, con*Miiu|r uf a president,
secretary, tiea-urer an ether ilijrectors, U» be
elected aauuaily ou Uw first Mbaday ofeach
yt%tt
li
Jau 19 '54.
S
S^ale
CtiAS.
»»d un.mox-
l*u»-
NEBRASKA.
uAiO.#ifroftiety.
ty beiweea Cuuneii Jlaffand Omaha Ciiy.,
e need bo no fear of detention as the 4o*t
eoaalftrtreaditoeke for stock. t-ama, or faot
•s^wsUl-eteoia up aud raady crew,
•J amigraata, tftta is the great Ciatul
•Pftrra
ft
c0»«PA»if.
A
i? U»e oppe# pons MO ©f
etty, ^ataf sitaaieJ ^r«1^
t«at I enB mM ot a low rate, and
e« apart of tW^arebase, lothose wko
_. "P°*» *n»p#o»otbr same, Watrh^
twoa» »fyoo would aeoft aaAa«
few weeks
."•With one
«Mt %af), araf oa«
«he eokMmr*
0»oek, 41# WicWtlUl.
of h«a »Vm
Aeowaer
TEU.Ml.hR, ate broker and Sfm
eler, removed hi* esiahiiKhment to the
head of Broadway, next to McMahon A Will-
end Sho«-nii.ker Fiudiags, together with a full) River is xituated duewfst from the latter placer,
assortmeut of staple with a high aud dry ridge road, leading to itj it
Dry liaoil tad Groceries, ia by far the bett, as well as much tire nearest
route lo the Platte Valley. Rates of toll Dea*
HONTINGTON if PYPtR.
G. DOUGHTY & OO.
Wholesale and Kctail Dealers
Fancv Drv (Joods, Groceries,
N Staole and
Hardware, lioots and JShoe«, tjueeusware,
Liquors dtc., at rhe sign of''Cash Store,"South
side of Broadway, Council Bluffs Cdy, Iowa
Would reff{ecUul)y announce U the citizens of
iftis viciuity, liiat they have peruiauently loca
ted, intending to uiake Una their permanent
p'ace of business.
hey hope, by sirirt mteg-
rity and close attention lo business, to merit a
reasonable bliare of puiiic favor. A largv,
eoiupieie, and well selected asaortineni of ut«r-'
cLuudue will be kept constantly ou hanil, in*
eluding every necessary aud Comfort required
Wy either cititeu or emigrant. Goods »old at'
ihti lowent tigures. Terms, pay down in cash or
•lerchautable country productions at current1
value.
Those intending to purchase are respectfully
invited to exan iae our stock aud price* before
urchasinj '1 is pleasure to hIIOW our wares.
by li. Riddle,
•ry.theu buy.
r^c 14. n34,tf.
member the "Catth Store'' foruierly occupied 'cs*°' leather
o 11 D.J ll. !_• :i
q. Our motto: examine,
U. DOUGHTY, A CO
JI ST RI:C I:IVCD!
1
Stean.lHjul Admiral, a full and complete!
assortment of I
Candies, Nata, Fruits,
n, 1P
Tand
2
[v.in ltltf
Iowu, and it" priucipil
plncefor tmusactiug husinesn is:the counting
room of .lames A Jnckson, Council Btutf city
'o** The Iirtture of th.- buniu.'in of the com".
p«uv is To ocure ho.ifs and lo krep ami iin
tats ferries on the .Missouri,F.l', l^ornaud Loup
f»rk Kiv^n« and to ciarry ou trodb with the la-
Toys, Svnips,
Peifumcry. Books. Stationery,
And a thousand other curious, oseful and pleas-
eui wrticles. and the afflicted generally, we bfcg leave to
lev cream, soda, lemonade and other cooling Stat.*, that our sou has lyiii been afflicted with,
dii.iks fixed upright and delicious. A few SCRoFCLAiti ifc\\ort form, lar^e knots
orangss, lemons and coo-nuiiits—peak qni- k. being formed on ihe neck a**i throat^ as Urge
o
pNGLISn ^iilit Pe«», which makes mom 'ffiys before he cominenced taking the Par.
cells ut soup, far sale at V'OOKMS. 'fccca, have examined him ^iaceeftiid fullvr
(•I* inv a mi. ,r §aiicti(Hi the iiuteiucut ol the j'.ironts. 1 be
sas, jav .iid ho codec, mound i: i ,,
pepper, auice, finger,yettst powders. c.«t ki
V*4. voouins a^kabU cure. Attest,
i iu cif
A. D. WILLIAMS, H.
ADIE5 fashionable Satin liau«, at he caak I 1» Meu*ia ,-U
AJ blore, iwuinu'i'v .. i ..
DOUtiHTYJbJ^o.
fo
iquors ftr sale ap
cahli Htore, ti. DOl'GHTJ Co.
200 B«xeo t'la.K,, all Nises, at tti^cah tore
i. IKHJtiHTY A Co
^LOIJIt, by tbe sack,
for »ulc at
The indebtedness of the company shall «t uo 13^ 1N-K1LLER Perry Davis's l'ain
time exceed the fiurn of seven thsusaud dollars i should b« withoat it f«
F»k 21. '.S^-n.Slltf.
or i^r tbe i.-.rre
)ORHla.
K 'Her
for
VOOWHUS,
I RUNES, ia glass jats: a hue article, nt
A VOOKHIS. I
BROWN'S Essence of Jamaica (.linear
f»r s*le at VOORHlS.
LiO «nd Tapioca a fiae article fo, ...akTn. I
AGO «nd
kJ pudding* (try th«ia)c«u behad at ?.
Jau. IU, 'o4. VOORHlS. I
LOOK HERE!
W« will pay cash for Butter and Egg*.
«23tf TERKYAOO.
REMOVAL.
v5u33tf
MEDICINES
WATtRANTl i TO CURE TiflE AO*7«.
Howand's Tonic Mixiure,
i Western Tonic Syrup,
it, Brugg's Indian Queen Tonic^UTi,
Thommon's Tonic Puwdeta.
For Diarrhea, Summer Gmplainta, and
^l Calhoun, at Uarl's Exchange, Ceu- ather diseases, Wbenvaad accortling to direction wiib
tarVroedway, Qoancii Blu lis. Wowand*« 8yrnpof Blaekbefty,! invariably the followitfg diseases: Dvapei
JttJvai 'S5
V.-,®5?800®
of
Life.
v5oiftf Cholera Syrup. t»on, HbeumetisiM, IuHaraatien of the I
Japrnes' Popular Medic!ne%,
Moftut's Pills and Bitters,
Syrupof Sarsaparilla.
And various other Fvmily Medicines, for
sale at the Store,
WM. D. JOHNSON
Omaha Netoaata, ao. 15,1855.
AH E 8
U K K
ON* D^a^f^.
ancy
0RB
OoOltAL il4^ IOWa,
Js^itt# Hie etteMiftii of tbe Udka Mid
hu assortment of Jewelrv aad
—-ooiisistlijg of Gold and Silver
keta, £«rrm^BreaatpiBa,Fin.
Pwnctle eui Pine jie, Tio^
rtaftiftas ftnd Flutoa ftleo
of Toyts Aft
wiK tee aeli st tfce
••wy artSefe-wwrtfttod to be at re
ended.
I Walton
worraatM
It bvieaviagOcttar
nf^asaroe
dPBlirG
ISM
I be paid to
•Iry aH jpr«rk
w.
^rtmiveil
TMg^o$my?6QKa
UO!
THE pSW
SOliubio.
A S A N A S 0"TheCompauy hold 'liemselvos re»ponsi'*
ble for all damages *u*tai»ec ir cousequence of
Ready Wade CUtkhtyf, (fee. jlJ,s lucompftei.cv or negligcrceof the officem
All of which wswill aell et the very lowest ior hat»dpoa the_b«ot.
pfloe tee caah.
Nov. d, '55. ^'l^hiK steamer Nebraska No 1, is rnnuiag
ll betweeu St. Mary and Bellevue- Th#
jj.cbra«ka is a uew and spleudid boa', mann'
»y eijMirieucetl ufticerii and crew. iiellev««,
IVEBRAHITA
t£RRY
IIIUSKII
rdifa*# by
i/. il aoWYtnafUfn
Tf#«»»lfifroi*
iiiirws from Ftoreuee.
Tit# NftfftMSta ia ft nsor h#ftt, bo I ft
most sabaftaniAal taaoner, «apr»aiy
ing th« Mineoa/i river. She hft*- a
Engine, aud all hef aiarhiuery aud everytl
about her is new «ud iu fir*t-riite order.
runs fine,-A ii is manned by OL^Heufed, CI
•rd accommodating hands. The river at
point Is U*« thao a quarter «f a mile wide,
freily clear of sand l)«r«, snsgs, or any
obotructions, with first-cute luiidiSfa ou bo(M
SiUeh—and, an It takes but t«n mtiia ew to makft
tll* trip ov»r aim buck, fer*in.s coining to UiiS
ferry will not be uln» but very short time,
1 h« mad from Bluff City to the Middle ferry,
and from th» nee to
I O S E,
is excellent, and a*thecrnH8ingof the Elk Ham
JAhlES C. MITCHELL. Sec.
April6, *34. #i2-tf
Sarpy's Sltart ferry B«H*7
NEBRASKA,
Nt-hr.^ka, is opposite St. M.iry, Iowa.
Hmlgraiift coining to Nebmska, should CDflM
directly to t»T. MAKY". This is the frfnt
guteway to th« inosi important aud interesting
portion of Nebrnska. Bear in mind that
ST. MARY AM) BttLLLVUE,
are the two beat poiu is forth* emigration |e
center.
bt. Mary, Iowa, March34.
'*i»r
D-
U
[t»43-tf]
x\ HA
AND COUNCIL li LUFFS CITY
OMNIBUS LINE.
A respectfully informs the pub
lie thut he will ruu a liue of Carriagee
from Cotiocil Bluti's to Omaha, regularly tsrico
every day, aud efteuer wheu desired, regard-rej
from Cotiocil Bluti's to Omaha, regularly
d,
Carrtageg will be in readiuess, Morning ana
Evonieg loceuvey passOugers front Otnaha
Council Blatfa. v4u3a-u.
....
PANACEA
The Doetore at lastadmit thai
S O U A A N E U E
Frauklington, Henry Ce 8?
,t- w. D. JOHNSoN. a heiiV e«g. While in thw comlition wa
procured two bottles of your Panacea, which
Who Wants to Bay? be took acconling to directions, and, thank
isane 15O bushels ol OATO, OT'O Ih* of lard Gwdj T* baa cured lmn. 1L ia now well.
bu»iieU of uot-.tocs. for fi.ilf lv Yours, njo»t gratcfullv,
JAME^ FOX,
bu»ik'l of pot'.tocS, for \ty
w. 1. Jo/iNSON.
*5$.
June,
Da. Birc«, Dear Sir —Ih justicc to you
ELIZABETH F0t[
I examined the above named patient a ftw
4
permanent a* well as a re-
i
1
",ru'
v
We challenge tho world to jroditce a"sin-,
g^e case of dyspepsia where Dr. Bruce'* p^j
acea has faoei) use«l •AitUi.ut a decided and
valuable improvement. Even where this
fearlui disease has become marked and con
firmed. aseuinitig all the most aggravated
synipuvns, where fie skill of the m»si emi
nimt plusiciair- have failed, ai.d many jvit
ent medicines in ppoular favor have bccu
tried iu v*iu, tuc macea has eX|ellcd the
disease and reinstated youthful vigor and
Jlcaith.
Read the following statement of ft genie
man ofthemo.st unimpeachable veracity
lienrv cd., Ky., Jkiay lU, Wo3.
Sir liaVe
or
e=
1
CiUe Ia,»^everal
L^EHIOR Garden Seeds of all kinds. or public, at ao exitetuie to me of some twu
by [vouStfj 1EHRY A GO huudred dollars, all witUout peruiiuient ben
'«6t. 1 had beoocne verj w« wk and loai^
|paiii in my side and breaat, gneat de\vrmnon
.ahurtnessof breath, an extreme coiwtipattou
ol my bowelii, going frou» ei^litt a ten dava
without any action. Id this coud't'oui pro
loured a few Uulea of your ludiau Vf^o^a
hie Panacea, and kftve found gi eat tslud
veare—fcave taken raedi-
eniinet physicians, amj v«-
i o u s u i i u e s v a i o u s y o o i s o e
I am free Irom pain, aud am regaiidng ooy
Hesn and termer Ktrength. Aiy b)w«|»*ro
now regelar, and I ean say ia tru
am a6le to perlbrnl my dai
-on my farm. 1 know the
joe, aud ch
ftftliotcd witu dyspepeiiv conetipatj^pX#id
eerfully reconit
itetotritf
u
thftt I
°Usti|«tU44i Vtvi
4orpor of toe liver. WM. O. Ttililtfr
"lc. liroce's Pauaeeft.7^
Whenewod accortling to direction wiiMoro
psia*
liqp*.
Scrofula or King's Evil Irroqiietil effi
Haraati^n of the Eyea.
Livor Complaint^ Urtval.Pil^lJrMM^iLck
wnd Nervous Headache, Pain iu th?Jde.
e a s a n a k i s e a s e s e I a i i
^ileen^afto Spiae, Coldness of tbe,#fte#, 014
Sorea and Clc«ps, Swelling of tho Qtsnds.
Lumbago ami Jaundice, Female IrraepUrl*
ties aud all diseases arising from afr im
o e e e e a a i v u s e o w K i
MEDICAL pROPS&afcS AXiJfi^S.
^iterative, Pur^ativerDiureb^OiatAor
•IICJAd Toot Ita action on lttftj#r anjf
Blood is powerful ftod eauativ J. ~T|naiadvoft
OonalivaiMlsfpwi^a
P^»! Uft^witlt^^
KidWQM evftl L'l^ne, prone otef
GOP
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