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C. CLOUGH,
DiSKssaaSK^:
ffeaacil Blaflb-
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SvrnSMfiH & FLOBISTS, dealeta i» Fruit
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GEORGE SNYDER.
TTORSET AT L4W. H.rMUl., &.1
ItcdttK L«d Afeot, (obdciI Bhlffii,
..II rr»cue« i. .11 g»°
I,...* rfrbm.k« hj»
»«!, warrants buugl"
t*»»*.P*fj
examined, deeds aiKi other wrHU|ga4inwa Witt
correctness and dispatch. Bm^
CTO«c* with the oanty Jadgn *p.Jyy
way.
**e» -w
A N i A
CtJCHClL *L0m, IOWA,
[^ILLpromptly attend to the location am
tale of l.*nu WurreuU for uou-resi
dNi» The payment of taxes aud the |mr
chase »*d ask of real esiate graemll)
\Y
A
also enter lands far
pay meat.
Ce^ncii B.ttifs, iowa.
A
p. w
ca
|T%V4 UiQC for
aod couoiselkr at Law and soli
citor in chancery.
11
TILL r«T« pra«pt atteulion to ali baainea*
l»M«tel to hi* oare, iu eiibar th« 6Ui ot
U* Judicial Dwtrict, or i« the
OAm,. •L.cUj.fC^^ff"
ROVAL D. AMY,
^t*TACTrRER of copjier, tin k. aboei
iro wa«, dealer in cooklug. beating
um parlor ator^. JL-»«oa ^t. ugn, of thr
^ftTpot.-Oouncii Blaft.lo^a. v4»M
JOBEPH
ATTORNMilia
wood,
ATTORNEY
A. C.
L. SHARP,
KY and Coun^lo* at Lmm, Clen-
county.
Ioaa, will attend to
•ii business in the Judicial Dis«nt entrus
ts to his care. He wiil also att«nl tu
in the Suprem* Court U Uu« "d^/lh'
United Stales. L———
8HERMAK,
anj Councellar »t Law.Oma
ha City Nebraska Tefriuiry. [*4n30ly
roao. »°wm.
FORD k BOWEN.
ATTORNEYS
and Coansellora at Law
Couucil Bluffs City, Iowa.
CTOrnc*. secondatory, N. B- corner Broad
way and Madison Street- *4n2i5tf.
Land Asfncy at Coimril Bluffs!
THECoancil
subscriber hav.B«r oj^ued an office
mi BJu ffs, ui'Iowa. is prepared to
K*ate land* either tu the Katussvilk- or Sioux
City land districts, on warrant* or ca*h Hav
jne spent the last two years in explorine and
aurvt-ying lards in said districts, he considers
himae'lf quaiitied to make the W*t selections
His rates vary from 6 to 10 dollars per cjuartt-r
MCtion. A liberal deduction froui iheae ratff
fur larger tracts.
azncRKNcKs:
Geo S. Fisher, bankers, OtUw®, ill.
Win. H. W. Cushman,
Dr.E. Lowe, Council Bluffs.
J. B. Stuisnian,
u
u
B. R- Pegraiii,
(r5n*22tf i- H. WAGNER.
RICHARD M. YOUNO.
I*ate Commissioner of the General
LAND OFFICE.
Hington
AVING opened an A^rency Office in Wash
Citv.will devote his attention to the
priK-urement of Revoiutuuiary, Invalid, and half
pay Pensions.and liounty Land Warrants and
tj the prosecution of claims generally before
Cen^ress, and lh« Executive Departi.uents of the
Goveninjeut. He will attend esjecially to all
claims affecting the title« to land, contest^
pre-emption cases, Ac., anf to ail claitns for
Lx-seslust in the service during the late war
wuh Mexico, back pay, extra J*y, kc
Letters addressed to Kicha/d M. Youner,
Washington city, post paid. wiL receive prompt
Attention. RICHARD M• YOLNG.
Waakington City,
July 1,18S3.-14-t/.
MKS. C. ARM Oil,
WISHING
to ceutinue the buaineM of her
late husband, would re»{*K tfully iiif^raa
th« ritixens of this city, aud the iravellitg coiu
muuily that she |wiil be prepared o lurnish
them with board aud lodgings on the rea
sonable terms at the City Hotel, on Middle
Broadway. Her table will be furaubed with
all the seasons afford
CHARLOTTE aRMOR.
CoaaeU Bluffs, Aug «th, '54- nil—U.
HAV1NG
TELEGRAPHIC!
made arraogeineau witli the St.
Joseph and St. Loais Erpnes* Lines, 1
a« prepaid to receive and foward meaaages to
P*rU of tfer U ruon. aad ebtain quick answers
iiea»a^«a rsctt#^ at the Poat 0|6ce.
PRAXK *. WELCH
**23if Ayst
Who Waste to Buy
hare ii#U bushels of oafefe 4w Hi®
And 96 of potalMS» $9t
|«6alou W, D. JO
i
?5n23tf
UKXTtUC BL00UER,
XUonfl, C0«o«etof ""i I-*"1
1
Ale'"'
COUNCIL IUIFIS, IO»'A.
PARTICULAR attention g«»e» to the pur
chaw aau sale of lanes, the investigation
of land ml", lcc.uoj.of UuJ
mert of taxes, and collection of del**, in wesi
«rn Iowa and NvbrwU Territory
IT Offic. 6r« door E»t .f P«iSc
JueelH, l«*5- .*2 --.
A. W. BABBITT,
4 TTOHNEY and Gouncellor «t U»«
A Solicitor in Chancery, Salt Lake Gi y.
ViMh will a*eudto all business entrusted to
n
iifc Territorv. H® will als* attend to
{r,:«£.Kz« c.u,« »f *. ^'«i
iiUiea.
DR. W. B. OGDON,
"'TRGFON D^ntiat- Office on ol
Mad»^nrt..afcwdowab«TCthe^u«hop.
W. C. JAMES
PRICE 4 JAMES.
TTOBNKYiJ
Citjf,
AT LAW, CouncU
IOWA.
v
L. U KLINE.
Attorney
a«d
coau^tior *tUw,
Biu^, u*%.
C. E. STONE,
J^jtiermey
^r* wV.*3
i
grrkke,
BAKKfiftSa^
|ottewattM9ii«
(Woe,
reoae, Wok* £..
fowa.
AatKL LSOMAKO.
LEOIVARD 4 -j
LAND AGENTS AH
UifhaaCPri««JgMJS
%T^» 5 -.1 $
BOW
lSi|(k
.ptdi. Tow*,
•rt
DM Moiaet
j«4?t
C»llectiont
chMed and wld
_id a»4 I^nd»pttr
of Iova.(v4nliitf
tf: v»T "IT
id m»a??.
AMBERS,
GOCKCIL BL0fl* Wfi
QOLLKCTIONS rnadu «f|j|PPP1T
Depotita rscel^ed and
Kxchaui^ b«ujfht and
Laud Warrants 1
and.
8od to Mttlers ttowfcr
oB-nudnti,
E.oigmnts furnished wMh Toposr.(.l.ic.l
Mans and •urve?om
Particalar att^ntioa giwi the making of
desirable and •erman.Dt WTe^ments for non
residents, and «n loaning a^uey at tl»« usual
rates of lie country
At our office will He fauad accnrate map*
from the Land Office Department, ahowiag the
timber, swamp pnurie law!, course of-trvamg.
roads,Muffs,
whlch
w®wlU
tak#
ure iu showsng id our custoat®ra^
We will, u|4B requeat, obiain at the Regis
ters Office. plaU showiug the racant laml tu
any township, and sent them by ma 'I, upo« re
reiviug the lai.d office fee of 4H eeuU, wkich
can W remitted as by mail in sumps.
Horace EY«*et,of tha abo*e brra, Attorney
-tt Law, wil giw his particular attention to the
,nvesication of titles aod the ««aera^ daueaof
ins profession, which can be attended to at his
Wa refer to Uncolu Clark. Dubuque St^
Jakn Powers Co., Mile, Ala Cleavelaud
Bros.. N«-w Orleans &. Simonda. Ihtrby
A Hnrksdale. St. Louis Caahier Metropolitau
I tank. New York Joseph Whitney 6»Co., Bos
ton- Cadwellader, Hallis. Ohilocothe,
)hia A.^ Etf*. E^( We^min^ter, Maryland
Geo. V Had", U*j-, bbaniiiduali Co., a.
Aug- 28. »55. J5n2Mf
Fairfield,
louncil Bloffs,
Hiiav
cnon-
HIWW, WttltA** AXO CO.
is. SMITH HOOTOl*,
WILLIAM I. COOPEa,
Land Aseitty &. liaukins House.
ENN, Williams Co.. °i frairheld, K^a,
inc associated themselves, as partners,
Vlessers J. Soiitii Hooton At William 1. Coop
-r, under th^ stvtr and name of
11 en a. Wiiliaoss Hootoa & Co^
Have opened an urtfr on Broadway, neat door
to the Pacific Hou«e, immediately opposite tlie
land urtice, and are
prepared to do a gen-
a a n a n a n k i n u s i n e s s
From our long acquaintance with the busi
iess and thorough knowledge of the country,
we hope to merit a share of the business mour
particular atter.tion will be given to the land
business, in all its various branches. We are
preparing ourselves with full and complet copies
the luvernment plats, and will at.all tiiuts
Me in possession of the iiK^t reliable information
Aith regard to the public lands.
Time and sight bills bought and sold at cur
rent rates. Collections iuad* in western 'ow*
md proceeds promptly remitted by sight drafts
n anvofthe eastern cities
Deposits received and interest allowed.
HENN. WILLI
A Mfe, HOGTU* A CO.
July 1U, l«5a. t5n«7tr
a to. GSEa^r Jon* w»:abk,j». jJtNrow
Greene, Weare & Benton,
Banker!) Ueitlcrti in r.ichsDge and
LanH Agent*.
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA.
XTOTES and Bills collected and remitted to
±N| any part of the United Statea
Mouey recetTed su dejosit, aud iuterost al-
Eastern or Southern Drafts furnished in sums
to »uit purchasers.
Land office funds paid lor Currency or wills
of Exchange.
Loans effected on good security.
Taxes paid, ti'fes axani'ned, sud Heal Estate
bought and sold on Cmnuiission.
Lands entered tor settlers sad time gi*en fs
paymeut.
Office opposite Pacific Hoaae, iu west lower
room of Laud Office.
REITBENCES.
F. S. Jcsnp&Co., Banket*, Dubuque,
\V. J. Barney «t Co., S
G. W. Jones, D«Maue, Iowa.
Jos. Williams, Chief Jeatie^flluecatine,
Iowa.
Council Bluffs, Iowa, Wot. 14tl%1^54. al5
j. r. CASAOT, :•». n. TEST.
CA8ADY k inf.
Attorneys Sl Counseitora at Law*
A NO
E N E A A N A E N S
COL'S CI Bixm, IOWA.
WILL
promptly attend to Laad Agencies,
Collections, Investing Monev, Locating
and Selling Land Warrants, and all other busi
ness pertaining to their profession, in Western
lo^a and Nebraska.
Counci 1 Bluff, Feb. 23. '55. n~40-tf.
1*4AC R. ALPCN,
FRANK K.
u
ThC
D*i*«tc.b
Ti
lo*ft*
Cook &. Surgent, Bankers, Davenport, Iowa.
Culberton
1 Reno, Bankers, Iowa Citj, Iova.
People's bank, New York City.
Ketehum, Rogtirt & Beimet, Bankers, New
YorkCitv.
Scldon, Withers k Co., Washiii|rton, V. C.
flon. Chad. Mason, Com, of Patent*, Wash
ington, 1). C.
lion. A. C. Dodpw. S. U. 8., BmrUgt n, Iowa.
WELCH.
aw, nuii.
ALDEN, HOWE tt WELCH,.
GENUAL DEALERS II
REAL ESTATE AND EXCHANGE.
FI ORENGE, NEBRASKA
CLAIMS
UpontfcePubl ic Lands bought and
sold. lxansiMgotiat-d on reasouahle terms, I
Collections made, and Money remitted with!
promptness and dispatch. Maps illustrating
any section of the Territory furnished as re-!
quirad, upon payment of $5 also letters explana
tory of the
NATJTRAL ADVANTAGES
of Nebraska! or any portion thereof transmitted
upon the receipt of $1.
REFERENCES.
J. Johnson, ... Bluff City, Iowa.
Aulwaa A Donnell,
McMahon II Williams,
1
u
u v
Green, Weare k, Benton, Banker*.
IL W. Ixard, Gov. of N.T., OmaoaCitr, N T,
J, 186ft. a4$-tf.
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HOB+fPii
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PPOSITION to mooopol
iiMiNlMiinM. -1
the eee*laallea ft
th« MiMO# mm*
iaUraaUQf Mliv»
•id t« atuMi |o KL.
Km tmda, bait makiaf
^Igjhiit «vid«M«, |M|',
O
1
•anca and safpoit, laUl «M
gnat monapolj, and in Mil inwl
talent, and t»»dofltlieiiattiail e
stock df Ameriean aad KaitoiM
•MOSS, and the catalog** af flli fW|
tto^aM oaajf tks laffi^ aad haal
lfcte»aka
rsdi
6f It&f
aad price up to $1600, comprisiag those af tea
different manufactorias «moag theia the ael»
ebrated m«Mlern unprored Horace Waters' Pi
anos and the first pn niiutu Jiidian Fianos of
T- Gilbert
A Go 's
Pl*M"
Puum*
make, (owners of the ^Eo
lian patent). Second hand ptanoa at great bar
gains Prices from $40 to $150. Melodeoos
from live different manufactories, including the
well kiiSwaS. D- 6l H. W K inith's Bselutleons
[tuned the equal temperament] the heat made
iu the Unitetl States. Price $4?, $60, $'C%
$109, $115. $1*25, $135 and *150. Smith's
double bauk uielodeon $ti00. Each Piano sad
Melodeotj guaranteed The best terms to the
trade, schools, ^rc- l-'g percent, discount
to clergymen and churches. All orders prompt
ly attended to. Music sent to all parU, of the
country, poet-paid, at the reduced ratea. Gen
eral and solect catalogues and M-hedule of pri
nt* of
£«waftieU i» *ujr sJflLrsai /ma,*4
charge. '!^a':-
F^xtraets from Testinioniats of Wu sic Protest
ors and Editorials, coucerniug Hurace Water's
Modern Improved Pianos.
Ntw YOSK, D»*tember 12, 1854.
Horace Waters. Eaq., 333 Bread way
Dear Sir—liavicg ei»iui«ed your Pftrv1}
Fortes from scientific and a|»|.ropriate tests, I
am enabled to form a witislai tory jurtgemeat
their merits, and it is with pleasure that 1 speak
of them as among the m#st celebrated aad im
proved makes of the day.
For power, brilliancy and richness ®f torn*,
elasticity of touch, and beauty of finish, they
will aot suffer in comparison with those of an
other manufacturer, and tho*e desirous of ob
taiiuug a ieally gO'»d Piauo torte—one thst
will prove au equitaleut for their means, will
find such a one in your beautiful instrument.
he treble ia cle«, pwre. b*wst«A»l awl very
nie^jdu us, the baea is deep, rwlling, aud sono
rous the middle part is rich and sympathetic,
aud [osbe«ses ths power of singing, i e oi uni
ting the sound of each tone, iu a 4*gte« b«t
rarely achieved—Henry C. WaUou.
Your instruments are a sensible improve
ment upon American pianos, and an honor to
the manufacturer- There is no doubt but they
will be appreciated by the public, and all ad
mirers oi true merit.—tscar Comettaut.
For power of tone, depth of bass, and brill
ancy of treble, together with accuracy of touch
they are equal to au 1 am acquainted with, aud
I cordially recommend ih*m to those wishing
to purchase.—V. C. Taylor.
Our friends will find at Mr. Waters' store the
very best assortment of mosic and of pianofl
to be found in the United Stales, and we\ir^e
our southern and western friends to give hiiu a
call whenever they go to New York.—Graham's
Magazine.
1 lake great pleasure in pronouncing lh*m in
struments of a superior quality, both of loaeaud
touch.—Augtus Cockel.
We consider them of especial attention, from
the resonant aud exceeding musical tone* which
Mr. Waters has succeeeded in attaining.—N,
Y- Musical world aud Times.
The Horace Waters pianos are of superior tone
and elegant finish—N. Y. Christian Inq.
Nothing at the Slate Fair displayed greater
excellence in any department than the piano
forte manufactured by Horace Waters, of this
city.—Church man.
/forage Waters' Piano Fortes are of full, rich
and even tone, and powerful.-—N. Y. Musical
Review.
Your new square pianos, sir, are of such clear
ness and equality of tone throughout, that they
Very successfully compete with the voluminous
aud erpressive grand Piano.—Vanderweyde.
The editor of the Savannah Republican, Sa
vannah, Ga., speaking of the piauo fortes kept
by Me&srs. J. W. itorrell & Co., of that city,
•a) s
It will be set-n that their stock comprises
instruments of every {jrade of excellence, from
the well know manufacturing establishlueuts of
Chickering 6l Son, Horace Waters, Worces
ter A'unus A Clark, and Bacou & Raven, it
might well be supposed, that iaso large a col
lection there would be some veiy fine instru
ments But there is one which, for beauty of
fiui&h aud richness and brilliancy of tone,equals
if it noes not excjl, anything of the kind we
hare ever seen. It is from the establishment of
Horace Waters. Being constructed of the beat
and most thoroughly seasoned material, and
upon improved principles, it i* capable ofrtisit-t
iug the action of every climate, and of standing
a long time in tune. The keys are of pearl,
and the recess for tne finger boaftl is inlaid with
pearl, while the legs are most elaborately carv
ed, and the whole in^trumeut finished up it, a
Style of great exceih uce aud beauty. And yet
its chief merit lieu inUieuower, brilliancy And
richnesa of its tone, and the elasticity of its
touch.
Extracts from Editorials coucerning G. Gil
bert aud Company's Premium JEolian Pianos
The jEoIiau orte is uRdoubtedly the most
perfect in usieai instrument human ingeauity has
Constructed. Two instruineuts are blended in
one. The.floliau is both attached and detach
ed so thst tho pisuo may bo played with or
without it or, with one hand the performer
may elicit the melodious straius of the &olian,
and with the other iuvoke the harmonies of the
piano. The instrument which, in the evening,
incited to the dance or aided the isstive song,
gives forth in the morniag, the peeling teaqp
which prelude and accompany the solemn hypa
Mr. Waters' new rooms are very inciting fr
the lovers of music. Bat ha In"
his rooms equal in baantf aad an
to Gilbert's JSoliaa Piano Fortea.—
Wills' Home journal.
Ths variety aad hannty of tha aflbda
only ha afpaataand by ttaaa who hew tl
magniftennt irtwK alM*. W
-M. Y. TMhuaa.
of
THOS. Pi A k 1- K,
R. A. II- Leader ol Jwltieu's Baud and Musical
Director Sc Conductor at Niblo's Garden*
For power, brilliancy aud richness of tom\
elasticity of touch, elegance and durability ef
make, they are iu advauce of any other pi.iuos
in the United Sute*. being the result of loaf
experience and a series of experiment*.-~N.
fickt
,i(D^WEW Yt»K.
«f Mm aaw vaieaa Has dlres
af Its harsher tones, aad
fltofMnlf Hid richness of a parlor
He are very happy to stand corrected rm
tins point. We made the statement alluded to
above un the authority of a proOxsor of music
this city, without having obeerved iu refer
ence to it ouraclve#—a thiug we very seldom
do. We have since examined Priuce A Co.'s
Melodeons, aud rind A Tuuer" right. Tho'
nearer the equal temperature than Carliart's, it
is still uuequal. We do kuow, however, that
S D'4 H. w Smith's Melodeons. sold b^ H.
Waters, No. Broadway, are tuned in the
equal temjtersmeut—N. Y Musical Review.
Memro. S. 1. k. W A'uiitli rank as the first
manufacturers of the melodeon in this c» in try.
Plteir instruments are recommended by tne best
judges as superuNT in every respect.—Boston
I'oUiiaon wealth.
gy There Is coneUntiy in store at this es
tablishment, ten different make* of Pianos, anu
five different makes of Melot eons.
%JT Each iuhtriment is guarranteed to give
atire sati^iactioa, or the purchase money re
in ailed.
Persons at a distance wishing to purchase
will, by fowarding their orders, have their wauU
as well aud as cite&j ly supplied as though per
sonally present. [v6ul(Jil
MARYLAND LOTTERIES.
OrrtCE MARFLAJin COIJMLIOATLU LoTTCRIEsJ
Baltimore, July 1st, 1
AM Tirkrt*W (irrtifirati nt Parkag-et of Tick
r/«, IM ik« iMl' rirt mutk*rurd ty thr Sldtt
Mmryimndkrtrikt luhaym^ied tigiutturr X.
BkENAH, Qmurmi Age mi fmr the Cmmtrmctm,
asMf wny «ihtrt or* frmuds
OAit.g to numerous applications from all
part A of ths country, the management will £ivt*
Iheir attention to the filling of orders for Ttck
«IS Certificates, iu the Maryland Lotteries
Persons at a distance may confidently rely
apon having th«ir orders for Ticket* promptly
iljed, and the strictest confidence observed.
Theae Lotteries are drawn daily in public in
the i ity of Bultuaore,under the auperintendence
at the Slate Lottery Commissiauer. Heavy
bonds are given to the State a» security for the
ime:it
of all priaes. The prices of Whole
ts are from $1 to $20. Half aud Quarter
Jickits in proportion.
There are neverless than 23,000 Prisesin any
Lottery, which prizes vary in amount Irom $1
Cu $ 1 Ik),HH), according to the price of the Tick*,,
«t. For instance—
When the price of Tickets is $1 the
highest prize is about $ 5 0 0 0
Wh«n the price of Tickets is $2 the
higher price is about .... $10,000
When the price of Tickets is $5 the
highest prize is about $20,000
Wh-ii the price of Tickets is $10 the
4iii hcst prize is about .... $40,000
When the price of Tickets is $20 the
highest prue is about .... $70,(MM)
with numerous Prizes of $10,000, $5.0(Ki, $1
OtMl, $500, $liK, Ac., A-c. Persons can reunl
us any ainouut, from $1 upwards, tint they
wish to invest, on receipt of which we toward
its value in Tickets in e Lottery designated
by the purchaser, or, if none be designated, dieu
some Loiter} that wilt be dfawn afu-rlhe buyer
has got the ticket in his possession. Au Otfi
c-al Scheme of the Lottery will be sent with all
tickets ordered, carefully sealed in au ordinary
envelope, and ou the day the Lottery is drawn
the official drawing will be sent, together with
a written explanation of the result of the pur
chase. Theiirawu numbers are also publisher
in the daily papers of tho city of Baltimore, and
in the Daily National Intelligencer, Waidiiug
tou, D. C. A circular containing all the
schemes will be sent to any one by addressing
the undersigned. Address orders for tickets to
i
titto
WWolltlMgM
Iw.
MDHNmTM
ilw^iric ud m$ ik
ftoai any chmtU
oft«ning—K. Y. D^ly
AUaa, Albany, N. Y.
s inatramaat is srerywhere
^•iriadaa Be^eclar. Boston.
Ian Piano is oof us ckisf attraction
il abths in tiMrarath.—Alabama
ent made by "WlOiaoi W. jr., Brook»•
Vt ," I noticed a statement that Prir,c«'^
Moled e
ons are tuned iu the e^ual temperament*
Since that time I have examined a number of
Prince & Co-'s Melodeons, with special refer
ence to the tempera ment, and have not found
one tuned ui equal temperament. The temper
ament in the inelodeaus of Prince A Co.'sman
ufacture that I have examined, approaches ueai
«r tho equal than those of Carhart V Needhatn,
but it is fir from equal, as any one 'troubled
with a nice ear,' 1 think will decide, if they try
ths chords of and sharp iu succesaion.—A
Tuner, Poultney, Vt.
S.D.
ia nmni to
I
I
W U O K O I 0 0
Claa
mBM
Ifor
F. X. BRENAN,
No. 4 Calvert at,, Baltimore, Maryland.
B«p, II, '55. v5-ly
H. S. GILLMOUE'S
OENti.V*
A A U K E I N I E N
A Sovereign remedy for rheumatisu bruses,
sprains, stiffness of joints, burns, scalds, fresh
cuts, wounds, ague cake, piles, cake iu the
bne\at, erysipelas, bites of insects, or reptiles,
sore uippfes, salt rheum,neuralgia, tooth ache,
boils, ring worms, and cutaneous affections of i Allen's patent,
all kinds.
A
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fit! r.k ci tie
Al
di«*mp«r, ,How JLur,
l.t..
w»,!"'
re
a. a. (,u.LM'RE 8
VEGETABLE ANTI BILLIOUSj PILLS
£Lr
dyspepsia, erysipelas, liver complamr
cake, iufiamations, melancholy, head ache, dis
eases of the skin, such as blotches aud pimples
jaandice, nervousness, pafu ia the bsck, side
awKbroast, billious affect
10us of all kinds, cos
Wvanaao, impurities of the blood, and all tho»e
•fleetious to which females are liable.
Aii orderc addressed to McKenny fe Runner,
(sale proprietors and manufacturors,) Keokuk,
Iowa, will meet prompt attention. Sold by
McMAHON 4r WILLIAMS,
•5vtS-ly Agents for Council Bluffs.
I betweaa CaaaeH ^laff aad Omaha City.
a§ail»aafcar ofiOaHoa aa tho Amt
far atack. tsaa«,«i feet
av aad vaaiy craw,
to tha great Coatial
i
»i"»'»»-fa'Kh«t,|
giMUn.
Nahsnefeal
FflMLY COMPANY.
KO. 30.
PBOFWOE
ADV.
HKV eooDs
Our stock of Groceries is larg* and complete,
haviug been bought and shipped a little lower
than oar neighbors. Our stock of Hardware
Qtieeusware, Woodenware, Boots aud Shoes,
tiats and *ap» and Iteadv Wad-- iofhing, have
ait been purchased iu the eastern cities,, at the
lowest cash prices.
Give us a call before you purchase, and If we
do not sell you cheap goods, we will make our
neighbor." do so.
(py*,Remember the cheapest house in town
a
•tteatiiaoftta
Woo Id eaiMPMtw
staple of IflWa:
wni
adioininrl
BSJbcwattos to l^a.iiMt U*at U^yl_
hats completed their qafjfap* boassand
just received and openal mi, of tbelargeat and
most varied assortmCBtfll MW gook, aver hro't
to woftarn Iowa.
Our assortment*#!
ican and forei]
as will be foi
Among
gObdd.
6 CI
60
20
OO Kegs ass't Nail*, and every other article
buildi ug purposes, at the rhep cash store
in Gleuwood. TOOTLE A GREENE.
""5 Bedsteads, 10 Bureaus, 12 sofas, 25 table*,
I 10 lounges, and any quantity of other fur
niture, cheap, at TOOTLE fe GREENE.
PTtt Boxes assorted Teas, put up expreasiv for
nd bare
Goods, both of Amsr
ara are as complete
western country,
may be founds—
tasorUdg,
do
Molasses.
JW MNta Syrup,
liM) Itad ataadi, all vtXteaem^,
Bureas. cuhhoards, tin safes, chairs, lounges,
matrasses, stands, Ac., Ac.
ltx cook and heating stoves, all patterns and
sizes.
1N) kegs Nailf, assorted.
Doors, window-sash, blinds, paints oil, fee.
O O S A N S I O A S
We
have siirty cases, all sorts and patterns.
Ami every thing else that may be found in stores
this side of St Louis. Our heavy loss by fire
and the failure of so many business houses
throughout the states, have shown to us the ne
cessity of doing a pay down business. There
fore, we have adopted tjler pay dowu business,
aud by this means we hope to offer such induce
ments to those that wish to pay down for goods,
that they will surely purchase.
Bv doing this kind of a business, we are not
subject to loss, by bad &rf>t* and others losses,
which surely follows 9*? crediting. We do
not pretend to say as Nebraska City and Omaha
City does, that ours ii nit i-iac* t* tucest yo«r
money, but we do say wc *tA give you mote
goods for your money, than any other house
west of St. Louis.
Call and examine—no trouble to show goods.
Remember the sign of the Cheap Cash iStore,
Glen wood, Iowa.
IT We buy dry hide*, furs, peltries, corn,
wheat, oats, bacon, pork, wax, taliow, Ac., fee
at highest pi ices. ju!y 31, v:n^im3
TOOTLE GKFKNE,
WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL DEALERS,
ii
i W O 1 I O W A
We b«g leave to call the attention
:^jof the good people of Mills, Potta
V^r wattamie. Montgomery and Oass coun-*5
ties, Iowa also, Douglas aud Cass counties,
Nebraska territory, to our large and late sup
ply of every kind of merchandise usually kept
In western Iowa.
I our trade, (notsuuk) very cheap, at Glen
wood, by TOOTLE A GREENE.
WANTED.
9000 bashels Wheat, Oats, Cora also hides.
Flour, Meal, Furs, Bacon, Ac.
Med iciues. Paints, Oils, Dye-stuffs. Books, Sta
tioi.eiy. Also, an asMrtment of Jewelry, per
fumery, and other notions, together with a com
plete stock of tahacco and cigars.
Pure Linaorslor medical purposes only.
Glen wood,
4., ZZs
ger, aud hence more durable. Socoud, they are
more cleanly, having a continuous aud solid
J. .i gum, with no interstmaa between the tooth aud
u°ef
«J»P»^. which gtvep aa plm^ for lodgement
*^ue of particlea of food. liaatly, aau not least, they
are far more
other stvie.
t)ne of
w:
A
Ism
rH
TOOTLE fe GREENE.
July 3L v m21tf
OOfitte FKmrt, assorted siz^j, iur sale at Glen
1
•TOOO lights Pine Sash, all sixes,, for sale lo^
•J esijpric^s by TOOTLE fe GREENE.
)00 sacks G. A. Salt, at Glen wood, by
E.
TOOTLE A GREfiN
OU Boxes Glass, as«ortea at
TOOTLE A GREENE
OOOO lbs assorted Iron, rec at low freight,
Rud
cheap, by TOOTLE fe (iREKNE.
TOOTLE A GREENE.
JtiSl PH V. IIINCHMAV,
(LKNWOOD, IOWA,
Would respectfully in
form the citizens of Mills
and adjoining counties that
he if in receipt of a gener
al assortment of Drugs,
ft
r5n2ltf
O^fVTAL NOTICE.
K[ICKI. AS HEWLETT having
X^l locate*! at ttt. Joseph, would re
spectfully annd^aft fco the public that weare
now prepared toafeecnte all work pertatuiug io
the dental art, whether mechanical or surgical.
We are happy to state that we are now in pos
session and sola proprietors to use and manu
facture Teeth, inaarted on the new mode, kBown
Thi
boautiAHaad aatnral than any
the firm tW visit Gooncil Blaih
twice year, so that theaa daetriag work of the
new styio can have tiie ImffMalon taken here
la 8aint
and completed at our es
Joseph.
AI1 work warranted to
isfactioa or nJ pay fequired.
GREAT flREI
XX7B will inform our frieada that wa
v Y burnt out. hut are a worea 001
having sold a lu|e amount of oni
men's promisee to pay. which they w
regarded, therifWre. aa we have ao i
company ta lobk to for our leaser
knawtnf thaamlvaa indebted will com vraad
wi «riain«iMti aad natm, aai relsava aa
ia aaad aa wallaaant*
traaHak, Hiif AB4H WULLIAltt.
mM
una *i3BJTtrr i
qpflK rfbn fMHfe luy. «ai|
bar of business and raakUaoa lots, situs*
ted in ail parts ol tfca city.
Also, a large quantity of valoable land, situ*
ated in this ana other counties in this district*
Well Umbered aud well watered.
I am alio prepared to enter AW® OH Tlisaf
on the asual terms auu in quautitica to suit
purchaaers.
Land waffants carefully located on the he*
land be obtained in the district, oa faVota.
bietermn.
Land bought and sold and money invested
with care aud al low ratea.
1 hold an appoiuunent of Notary Pnblic frost
the Governor of this state, and also «f OoaC
misaioner of Deeds, from several waateru statiia
and will prepare and take acknowltxigeiueut
of Deeds aud other conveyances, at aii timeo,
pi oRjptly aud cart fully.
Odico jUaxt dour to th^ Pacific Uouie,
cyBLrK)xer^
LslJ
Conncil Bluffs, aug 7, 1855.
For Sale at a
Agent.
Bargain!
quarter section of fine bottom land, lying
Williiii four miles of this city. Also, a
quarter section of hard wood timber, that has
not been culled or cut from, about 5 miles from
the city also, a quarter sec. of land, lying di
rectly upou the roud traveled north, and about
5 miles lroiu the city, together with several
other smaller tracts of land, sud a number of
choice city lots, which Can be purchased at bar
gains for ca&h down, if attended to Immediately
J. E. JOHNSON, Jgent.
Council Bluffs,tuny 2"J, l.*s55. [v5ulUtf
Oilv Ji«t8 For Sale!
a
VFEW
choice Lots for sale in Johnson's
additou to Gouucil Bluffs—a moat high,"
beautiful, eligible aud sightly Mtualiou iu tho
upper portion of the city, immediately adja
cent to the Public Garden of Terry fe Co.—•
There is only 20 lots for sale and they will not
long remain uusoid. so let those who wish to
reside iu the most beautiful aud romantic part
of the city,secure a Iota/ once.. Price reaMtn
able, aud terms cash dowu. A map aud piaU.
may bo seen at the post office.
E JOHNSON, Agent:
Coancil Bluffs, april 17, '55. a3'tf
Oct Ju, '55.
VTE
I.AWD ON TIME t'
red 10 enter 1ANU ON IIU, in birjje
preoai
or small i
or small quantities, on as favorable termsaa'
can be obtained eleewhore. Office near tho
Pacific House. D. C- BLoOHEH.
—nrr*#
Boiaty LaN!
subecri l»er» offer their s* rvices
uld soldiers and others, to make ou
iiecesa«ary papers for procuring their LA
WARRANTS- Haviug a special sgeet i TJ
Washiugton City, lhey arc prepared to attea N
lo busiueeaaatrastad to them with diapaiah au P*
Wsl lability. *-f
Soffit!
th«g
-AN it1
CASADY A TEST,
(Jaaarat *-a
u'f
iisatta
Council Blnfr, Iowa, apr 19, ia». 4*
-t
WHO W4XT8 A UQMFJ
A V E a ft w lots iu the upper portion or
the city, thatare beautifully situated (or cfty^R
residences, that 1 will nell at a low rate, *««.i|»a»|
give tune on a part of the purchase, UJ those wha
will baild upon, occupy, or improve the same.
Come quicx, if you would secu.ea fine one.
W. D. JOHNSON.
Coancil Bluffs, Iowa, Sept. 25, '56. u29tf.
1 0 0 0 0 0 O I E S
Steamboat Dimtttrt en the Wrstrrn WaUrt and
Steanbemi Dvrtctory.
The andersi^ued have now in
the coarse oi preparation, a new
Steambat Directory, which wilf"
be issued in October uext the book will con
tain over twohuudred pages, illustrated iu lha
best style, aud neatly bound iu a durable ui.ni
uer It will be oue of the most interesting
works ever published, aud will be a hook that
will be interesting to all classes of peopi#.
The Steamboat Director will nontai n com
plete list and description of all tho Steamboat*
afloat in the westeru aud t»outheru waters.
The length, model speed, power aud tonnage
of each boat, wbere aud by whom buiit the
name of the host, with the irude she is iu. Al
so, the nasne of the ctptaiuB and officers, her
age, *c., Ac., The Directory will coulaia a
History of Steamboats and Steamboalnig ,,u
the weateru waters, siuce the application ot
steaui also, a sketch of the first boat Wilt for
the Ohio river, with the name of the buildot
commander and owner.
The River Directory will contain a list ard
description of all the Steamboat Disasters thai
have occurred ou the weaLeiu aud southern wa
ters, beautifully illustrated, with a li» uf
those who have perished by their burning, siuk
ing aud expiodiug, on the western and south
ern waters. The Directory will contain Map*
of the Ohio, Mississippi, .Missouri, iiiiuoi*, Ar
kaasa^, White, Red, Ouachita. Yazoo aud oth
er rivers, with the tow us aud cities laid down
correct distances, aiso, many other river and
commercial items of iuterest to the people at
large. The book will Contain the cards of the
various U. S. kail boats, with the trnde they
arein.Ac- The Directory will also couUiu
complete list of all responsible SleamboatLi
censed Officers, their places of residence, &c.,
the new Steamboat Law, its reqnirements, with
comments, showing wherein it beuehls the in
consistent officer, aud injures the com]eteut
officer, fee.. Ac., aud all the important IT S.
Supreme Court Steamboat Decisionv up toOatei
the Rates and Commercial Privileges, bill# of
iandiug, important decisioos of the vuriou*
8. Courts in regard to freights lost and damaged,
4*c,, fee., with many other thing* of interest.
The Directory will be illustrated in the ben
style, and priuieu iu the beat tnaauor. The:
author his for six years been gathering togeth
er all the facta and items iu regard to the au
tnerous steamboat disasters ou the western hodsH
southern watars, aud uow intend* publishingiL»
them iu book form. Tho price of the work will
be put at the lo#usum of One Dealer.
s
Tea
thousand copies will be issued for the t&qtmmm ib
aud all others desirous of subscribisg, will h#veEL
to de ao at ease, aa none will be printed uhle*e!!~
ordered iaa4vaacf, The woch ia jba%iied le^
have aeirealation of eig'
the peMahMt iN Mm
aaheirihara,yaa—l^fremi
xae won is («mf ued te
framafi fWarwean*.
a of the
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