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THE NONPAREIL.
W. W. *AY*AND. Mli«r.
CXJUNOIL BLTJ3FTSI
Jv^/
•T„.
that, but the the latt heard of her, she
,wv* w*
i hi,,#,
out»
interested efforts in behalf of "South-\ est- jn
m. to .h. «bo« .c».rk, b, th.
...
nflfc
mnversant. There may bo some
and silver, or real "tin," that freight bills
could not be readily met upon presentation.
Such a state of things is not in the least de-
romtorv to tho character or business of our
ro6
1
tv they mav have assumed, and it may be
3
TW Jklaaaarl sta**.
I »oppose \oa hav»
.. ... abundant yield
that only one fire a day is made in them, for
and then only a small quantity of birch wood
i, used. One of common size is capable of
heating a room a out ee square, as
warm as you would desire it, even in this
cold climate. o tunoun o woo
with the retiring editor with regret, we are
and WP
('bi
1
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1857
bark the "Tli"-recglnc Out.
TteTwU'U Argu* aotwing IH uuDtb of the new we hft\e a great araw IMCK tnis iroin
ateemer, Lacon that "bftice forward We»U'U and
"be nnited in the happy bands ot cutn
luerrUI iMdluck." GUd to bear »t—l*pe that tbe cwtt
t»ec M» will p:ove ill that fancy ba*
tbat Mich connection win not be w^ered,
pe
wax ih bum"
mers an(}
4(a
"nearly pegged out." What a degree of for stock, and plenty is to be found
earacitv, our newlv fledged cotemporary ex-! banks of the .Missouri and its tributari
"R ". ,n IVL_ Lar^e herds of cattle live through tho
hibits! Truly surprising, aint it? W hy,
dear Union, we havo no idea of pegging
told «f thoj
ntry there isf
pictured it, »nt pers that bare mtMo their appearance a
'•1
ullul
cauae of thin, «rasa lnck of "the tin" to to the square foot, and are continually m
raT chareos: uettrlv "pegged out" we should creating they aie a terror to the farmers of
this part of the country, and many think _j
1
as
the Glenwood Union-a p»per recently es-
country,
ern Iowa generally," and make a pilgrim- for his stock, the inevitable consequence is,
ace to Council Bluffs, tho commercial em- that he looses his stock, and then lavs it to
porium of Western Iowa, and our word for *^rd winter »-iW. S,n,U of the
it. you will bo convinced, that so far from
1
ly on tho road to future greatness and con-
tinuous prosperity, as at the present
v
portinent to suggest a onr settlement, the people of the "Missouri ginning of September
neighbors wait until they are fairly ou Slope" have raised their own breadstuffs.— users of the "weed."
woods, before they "cry havoc, and slip
tho does of war" upon their neighbors. A
for our own consumption, and manufacture
decree of forbearance should be exercised
... our own Hour, and havo therefore declared
bf all those "living in glass houses."
our independence of all other sections in this i
gust, in which, strong ground is taken hay have been put up during the season—
against the Government, and a determina- enough we believe, to winter a» tho Stock
tion expressed to resist the troops to the comfortably, besides having a surplus in the
last extremity. Women and children are
1
(tend Fargo Here.
A correspondent of the Springfield (Mass)
Republican, writing from Stockholm, Swe
den, tells of a kind of Swedish stove, whicti
he thinks of sending home. The same form
has been usod one hundred and fifty years,
without moterial change. Tbe writer says,
Spring to accommodate the large emigra-
oalled upon to arm themselves. The peo- tion which we hopo to welcome. We have
pie generally aro exhorted to lay up grain, plenty of corn, wheat, potatoes, hay, etc.—
mid otherwise prepare for the contest. Just enough and to spare. Those seeking a
now, thi state of things in Utah is full of home upon tho "Missouri Slope," need have
interest, and wo shall look for intelligence no fears on this score. Besides, these ar
from that quarter, with great anxiety. The tides will not command such high prices
Cincinnati Commercial says, that "the next spring as they did last. Come along,
news from tho Plains and Utah, is remarka-: don't delay.
bly suggestive. We are drifting into ni \ebraiki Newspapers—Merited Castration,
war with Mormondom, and there is a pain- i We clip the following remarks from the
ful probability that our Utah Expedition ia t)cs Moines Citizen- We have, perhaps, as
marching to its doom."
little regard and respect for B. B. G'HAPMAS,
as either the Times or \tws, yet we have
no sympathy with tho low, vulgar billings
gate employed by either of the above prints,
or with that used by the Sebraskian in tho
defense. That B. B. CHAPMAN is as cor
rupt and unprincipled as ho is represented
to be, we entertain not the slightest doubt,
but we enn see no necessity or justification,
tj,e
slanir'
...
5
1
... .1 ... ... i r,.... i
ire
al steamers at Cincinnati, on the 25th tilt.,
nant crow firinc which they emplov, is
Western Iowa. They would meet with a ^olutoly revolting. Hon. bird
readj sale just now. hit Delegate to Congress
f, ....
the mark at which the Ti,
pouring continual broadsides, while the Ne-
paper, published at Dot Moines, has braskian assumes the defense of this gen
lately changed hands, W. II. FARSM re-.|
tiring froui its editorial control, and Jo lis
t'|ose
to part with our old friend EARNER. nder |ANPUA,,.
his oontrol, the Citizen had become one of
articles have never
0 n
nn
the ablest and most Lifluent al weekly pa- gar ami drunken literature. It is a shame-
in Polk county fully attests. While we part nimt experience a feeling of loathing" and
dis/ju||oB R. B. c, were ft d(Mnori
pleased to know that the Cthzen has failon jn human form—the walking embodiment
into good hands. Mr. TKEsnALi is an en- of all the villainy that has been nccumu
ergetie, nervous and forcible writer, as we lating for six thousand vears, the expres
liave reason to know, from a perusal of the
nPPlied
STttfM
Ifissoiri Slope"—a fner tfuntry time isf tip We )£*re aR bnpoi^nt
iiut in the Union. I'rairies «f ({reatsstmag- Utafctia QfcUffrtita. It ImW'
Hitmle, covered with mngwfioent flelds of Gooif(ml HA*Nr.T had been *net fy the Mor
|ras..,thnt would support tfcouH«*d» upon
i thousands of herb-feeding animals. In a. ... ...
word, it is the finest graung country in the
meB-
world. The Missouri "Slope" is fast 611- worth bat it w»s discredited. Buucr
ing up with settlers from all parts of ths /^-Mississippi ia to be added to the list' cedar
nion, and more particularly from the hast
days ago. They Urst made their appears..w i »u„-„ cert
o u e 2 o u o n a n a e s w e e 1 u a e o o e i n a n k n o e u e e
SoKyertii. ing eTcrything before them corn, cabbages, is no bank of lasue in Misaiauppt. Dan**
Now we know not what our friend of the aud vegetables of all descriptions disappear (rs-xhe estimated wheat crop of "Wis-
Sonpartil would call pegging out. but the before this mighty host, f^r.in 18,000,000 bushels, u'bu^
1-wt we henrd of the Leon she was "peg- some sections of the country think they wU coiwin, una aeason, u IO,VAR,VW
ring" down Big Muddy, with a load of rtiin their corn and potatoes many will Can a State become bankrupt, with eighteen Famttf" i *i
freifCht al»oard, which had been shipped for have to cut their corn down ant^put it in millions of bushels of wheat in her grana
Council Bluff*. We understand that tho shocks for fodder they average about 100
nJ knowi,11? wha, we will come
tablished upon the ruins of the Time:— toes avpwge from $2 to $2 50, and corn
"oeczed out." It would seem that tho from $1 50 to $2 50 per bushel. Last
,RR .1,,. NNNN" not only winter was a very severe winter on the fnr
Union had hoard of the
r'CS''
to. Pota- —J
gtock-i-ftisers of the country many
0f the
former iott ,u
th0ir
WM •pegging'down Big Muddy with a load severe snow-storms. Tho first heavy snow
of freight uboard, which had been shipped storm was in December, which commenced
.u on the 6th and continued several days the
for Connc:l Bluffs." Not only th.s, but the
Union understood that this strange pro-
cattle during the
of #now was
three an(j a
cceding on the part of the Lacon, "was a were put upon the rushes in the "bottoms,"
lack of "the tin'" on the part of the mer- whore an abundance of this grass or cane
from two to
|iajf fcet. Many of the cattle
*.. tn 1
/.**• «M/I mflMnv
ohtrirM grows—it is indigenous to low and marshy
chants of Council Bl ff., ground, particularly around the margin of
Thereupon, the Union conc.udes we nave y
l^ea nn(( strcams.
It is an excellent food
thu hprhan,p, nnri the armers
ter on this herbage and the farmers never
C1J. !ltu|
pUt
Up any
wo have not the least intention of tlie winter and that "is tfie reason of such a
following in vour wake—so don't be alarm- great loss last year in the way of cattle,
a horses and sheep—snow entirely covering
«|—quiet your fears, prepare and circulate
yourficiion, and when you want to witness
«the tin" you have received for yourrfu-
iv for their cattle in
and circulate horses and sheep—snow entirely covering
rushes ovei.Pnd leaving them
wjti,
80me 0f
destitute,!
the exception of young cottouwood.—
place of unexampled and continued pros- Every farmer should cut' hay enough to i ermen on the coast of Norway, are supplied \v»}ne
perity disconnect yourself with a little of serve his stock through the winter,, and not!
J.-. look to the rushes for support for his cattle.
aud if he neglect to provide
o u E a s e n e a n e s o e a e s
tlnic", nu,which
3t haye been written durin? tho month of
r- iitort Aucrust, vet it haa just commenccd its pil-
o 0 e W
lv
ed with freight whieh had been shipped to
this place,
tn.a nincc It mav be true, that the cause
4
tt.
v
teuth in the assertion that the Lacon return-' th. readers of the article, against form-1
operat.ons,
80m0 of tlie matters thereln
B»''h'
interMica drawn from these ...o„cd feet
•inets men that since the commencement of
„d i,JePnl
U not correct* It w well-known amoig bu- ......
uPon
his
,h.^,!,„.„™h,„ei„v7tab„,«f»,d 'trr^r^frzr'-did
fact, and the well-known'scarcity of gold Jerfni yiekl of products upon the "Slope" I bnghtning. The gold which has been set-
fullv attest.
tena]1} fr0™lhe
.... ___ month of August
payment for freights, tho same represcnta- everything before them»-they did not ruin
live for the real "tin," that our merchants
m\nads ot grass- oppcrs
t*iat t"eir aPPeftrance
11)10 Uing nV Will *-•1KJ I I a Wt* Uny A
In these unsettled times of business
an
bors. Our business men, conscious in their
own solvency, and ability to meet their ob
be rivals, nor shrink from any responsibili
ligations, ask no quarter from their would
Pu
1 106 oc 8 or
uto ro n Mm Bm spnnm .1111 sr.
all kinds.
than this
cuitiTnteJ
For the first time since its tive harvest, must be performed in the be-
Affairs la Utah. particular. Our farmers learned a lesson [Je rather advanced in years to commence
We publish on the outside of our paper last winter, and we are confident we shall another ascent on the political ladder.
to-day, a discourse delivered by HEBER C. hear no reports of stock dying from starva-J Over sixty thousand bushels of wheat
KIMBALL, at Salt Lake, on the 30th of Au- tion another Spring. Largo quantities of
vulgar and indecent language used
fcy Jo the contr A
of
,,n?lish v0cabulary
anlount 0f
u™
in each stove in their eight months of win-( ,rL_
•_ i. _it.
and a sma„
n r.
... ,. The Omaha Xebraskian, Timet and Ne- place in this city.
ter, is only one cord Swedish, which ts ft ^raska City Aecrf* are aiming to exemplify
he grossest abuse of the 1 ,, ,a
one cord of wood in eight months of win- freedom of the press. The quantity of bit- I wheat has been sold as low as 35 cents per
ter' Send them alone-a whole cargo to itcr
1
INN.
Stream. i wrUhf-*
Q3T General WALKXB has been visiting
paign. ...
"pewing out," we were never so complete-: e notice tlie above floating abou among for his new armv, nnd col-I ernor. The most of tho Counties have been
,vu unwarranted conclusion in relation to The merchants of St. Anthony, Min- "hcard from
0, tha lh„,„„,hi
4
goods are beiDg
"ere
dunn^
tho
J"'
citv If the boatmen would have taken in monm 01 nugust. They did not "sweep j. ur0pean owners, and this will con-
c,th
i
and business men had taken and continue to
receive for their merchandize and wares, our
neighbor of the Union would have been de
prived of the material for au unmerited and
despicable fling at our city and its business
er the
neither did "cabbages and vegetables, of
all descriptions, disappear before this migh
ty host," as we have ample reasons of know
ing. Neither have we heard of an instance,
of farmers having to "cut their corn down,
A
CALEB CUSHISG, late Attorney Gen-,
eralnf the United States has AA
ryport,
as candidate for the Legislature.—
per wcck haye en6hipped from
ton, Ills., to Chicago. The average price at
which it has been sold, is about forty-eight
cents.
OTSam Slick says, when a fellow U too
lniv to work, he paints his name over the I
door, and calls it a tavern or grocery, and
makes the whole neighborhood as lazy as
decent
himself.
Rents have been reduced 33 1-3 per
editorial courtesy, would cer-1 cent in Dubuque and Davenport. Land'
warm as vou woultl desire it, even in mis ., i i i*..r i 1st. AYe favor the Post Notes, beeftuse we
taiuly add much to "the dignity of the pro- lords would receive but little opposition know them to bo better than the worthless
personal vituperation, and malig-! bushel. Prices have taken a rise, since thc
ab- money market
on
heun Qur m(jlancll0,y
ren,| a
'fortllnc
t0
friW articles in these papers and we
TSCSDALK, of the Iowa City Republican, as- must confess, that in low, vile, earthlv, de
We aro sorrv grading, repulsive, billingsjrate enormities,
Under
,t0
fully for the success of the Republicon cause, civilizution has fonnd its way into Nebras-1!
h?
heartilv triad thit lie has become we trust that a kind Providence will di-
ana we arc neariuy e»au in.u uas Become .. .. .« ... nmi?rantti.
identified with the interests of the Capital forgotten, or who have never known the true!
City, and that hereafter, the Citizen will be mission of a newspaper.
tbe central Republican organ of the State.! T*
i A chance should be afforded to tl e
Price of labor has taken a fall as well author of the following, "to serve his coun
ts other things, under the pressure of the
he
and are w.Lntonlv mAlifnant and «n.
dVtly Republican during the past six months. jUpititinblel They befit' not the pen of any the 30th of last September, there arrived at without employment.
So paper in the State labored more faith- writer, nor the tongue of anv speaker. If Liverpool, from the United States, 5,399
reot its footsteps to those editors who have emigrants.
tr.v
money market. Crews were hired by sever*
M«. EDITOR. Announce thc name of Tom
Esq.: Pettifogger. Known by
candidate for Probate
CTerT|)0av,
as
at $15 per month. Just half what ths wages jiui^e. Subject to the decision of all" 7
suming the proprietorship. We aro sorry grauuig, repulsive, uiiiingsrate enormities, work in the building at the time. Many of Ilenf ami'thpv wHl miffM-'ani'l speaking of tho financial capacity of Eug
-.t. j-.,, those articles have never been surpassed bv i
TIi„
organs
Ur^_i^it',
jfeHPre* amr
CouMtiaf
or from
Ad»ir
Ada tut
rted that Aipan
Allatni
Audul
m)J|r wbo h)kd defottodhiln wilh
»J0SJ of
We give the romor for wl»t it is Br|Mr
1r
thi. vpnr from of States which have prohibited the circula-
we uave a great arawoac* uus ve»r irum -r
the lateness of the season aud I think we tion of bank notes of a less denomination
w
'ew into operation on the first of this month.— ul»wf«rt
appearanco i I Cerro
ctuckawnr
Cl(rkc
Q*AU
&
1
I«R v
GuthrifJ
Dr. BBANDMTH, of pill notoriety, has
been nominated by the Democrats of the i
1
Henrjr
se*
candidate for the Legislature* IjaTiwoar-1
A Michigander brags of his pump-1
}lnret[my
kins which grow twelve feet in a week. Our 'i
rovernment oujrht to plant some of these Lcuiui
-i Ko»nti
vines to carry the mails. Lee
(J3T "Dry up!" was an expressive phrase,! Loui«
but the boys in the streets have found abet-1
wV..)
ter one. Now they say, "Suspend!" i.
York City, since the first of August, is Jjitciiijr
about 900, and the liabilities are estimated mi MHIJ
at ninety millions. This is exclusivo of the
Railway failures, whioh amoont to hundreds
of millions more.
Polk
PottawatUnl*
Page
Powethiek
The Washington correspondent of i\i
the Tribune says that Colonel Benton's book sent 'f
against the Dred Scott decision, will soon i ^r)r 5
be published, and that it is very aevere on
the opinions of tho Judges. union
witl) wood
thousanj8 of ftcre„ of hay landi
„,rr«.
(^"BATARD TATLOR states that tho fish-, wap«n»
Wjrre»
from the tropica by the Gulf Zlwm*0*
the editors of the New Orleans papers, gir-1 piur*iitjr for PrmMBt im.
ingan account of his successes in enlisting We publish our table of figures Of e
men and means for a new filibustering cam-1 last time, to-day. It will be seen that it ie
lected funds to the amount of $200,000.
He claims to have enrolled three I nearly completo on the vote given for Gov-
of it treats, we opine that the article wcwuiuuu. e0"nsTitution/the Legislature counts the vote, out. The weight is pressing down
CS-It is said that Jons THOMPSON, the ^ons"_u
late banker, is superintending a candle man
ufactory. It is to be hoped that some
them will throw light on
0uli„„.
,yvU tuat ...» VI
his late banking
treated. The neapohs, and St. Paul, ha\ e had a meeting,
,• p„. ,L. writer, evidently a person of observation, which they unanimously agree to ask a ,nj »i npm»pr«t«. This i to liquidate these debts. But at the present
Mi. »l»»k
1.
exten.ioD from thei, Euto.
4
,,
Me
4 A.
imagination in one or two instanoes,, for them to meet their engagements at the
shipped back from the bond-
tinu(1) until ftU the
4,1
conversed with manv farmers* from the
matters, consequent upon tho derangement
of the monetary system of tho country, it ... J„_„
.u j„ have yet to hear of any serious damage done
does not become us to reflect upon the de- °.
by the grasshoppers which miected this sec
linquencies and discrepancies of our neigh-
matters, uuiw^uwut *..w comnr"sinfF the (Slono and we' be "One transient thriek winne- profits of business in our City, a\e
of the monetary system of tho country, it counties compri in„ ne a ghick!" very much diminished in consequence. Peo-
IllUvOUIvlh vwuukj O
lcnr,,edlthflt thc.
!.A..time,'
nMa
oountr,.
Mississippi', 55 and 60 centa per bu-
shel
the q«*r which ended on
lgsencCrg. 0f
whom 2.769 wero returned
Tt^v»TTr--
H1/3

(no ret*rM,)
J34
i IM
w
(u«
iSilSV
Thn
tical posegj
Rents must Come Down.
I ine out of the country in a steady stream, lowing pertinent remarks, in relation to the neit. There is no other alternative but
__ ami »k!a ma awnn s 1
1 ollrkU* irll A
ui iuc t'uuuuv in a oicouj ohivitui) iowin? peniueuii rt'Uiarast iti ichiuvm «v
""I""0* ^'lo I propriety of a great reduction in rents.
regard
the suggestion, as one eminently fit.
ed warehouses, by every steamer, to their be made, and as applicable to this lati-
tu(je) to
{in six months, and suggests that its motto and the amount of businee, a« well as the,
CST It is stated that incessant rains dur-
than ever before, and the toil prepare the ground for laying the seed a
[utjionn "tthatt
•roduc- .. v
of the husbandman has been rewarded by an i process which, in order to secure a proauc- „i,„ •nffi^Ipnt nrnf- *ban thirty cents por bushel
I
aver incomo of our popuUtion
.n(i ieft
1
bushul8
"n" th" nrespnt times, make sufficient Droi- v.
TiilCU 1U IUC Wt?" I, I .» UU3HVIO WILL OUUIVO VJF vtti I WM IUIVU^II TUV
bad prospect for i ^ts upon their diminished sales to pay tne
geems tQ ug thftt the dict0tc8 of i0unj poii.
C7
,jem.lnj
an
Blooming-
establishing business here, and will drive i pPtu)
(J^T A. O. P. Nicholson has been elected where expenses of living are not so high
to tho Senate of the United States, to fill the and by winter, when emigration ceases, we
can now retire into that obscurity, from
which, like, PIERCE, he never ought to have
been permitted to emerge.
(JST The Iowa City Crescent, in noticing
the death of a man, who was killed on the
day of election says his "principal fault was
his abandonment of Democratic principles.
He has gone now, however, where no other
principles prevail." The Davenport Ga
zette intimates that "that is a pretty delicate
way of saying that a man had gone to the
"bad place."
out a number already here, to seek locations tide of life!
seat to be made vacant by the expiration of shall have plenty of empty houses and no- Eastern manufactures in obtaining bank
the term of service of John Bell. Poor body to occupy them. Let rents be brought: accommodations, in these times, is the con
PILLOW couldn't make the connection. He down at once to a fair standard, and we will: (juct of their employees in running to the
not only retain our present inhabitants, bnt! hank for specie for the very bills loaned by
add considerably to our population before the bank a few hoars before, in doing so
winter sets in but keep up the price of rents
and many of our citizens will be forced to
leave, and few or none will come in to take
their places."
Pent Netea In Dnfcnqne*
Wl last week alluded to the fact, that at
a meeting of tho business men of Dubuque,
it was resolved to favor the issue of a large
amount of Post Notes, hy one of the wealthy
corporations of that city. We have since
has agreed to is-
sue suc notcs ,n Ticw of tho
the nnd the
*enernl
communit-v*
ug nothin(r
Bird fhanman v I ,. ''.T-j country, ami leu us notning but their i ww» ». ,*,i
s from Nebraska is now commands, at nearly all the cities worthless paper, we arc without a circulating our species. This incident will survive the
'imes and Aetes are
medium, and are compelled to resort to this
i
C^*A steamboiler in the India Rubber starvation.
y W n a e o a o u
London Cockney, or by 8,r's jUIUPed out of the windows and pets. land, and of her determination to throw her
excited" professor of coarse, brutal, vul- some of them were injured seriously. 5th. We favor the Post Notes, because entire strength into tho work of re-subjugn-
„„n„ K°
(.•y The name of Secretary Cass has gone spcct as tho best bank paper, to take them
on deposit, on collection and tor exchange.
6th.P We favor theso Post Notes, because 'ho
merchants agree to sell their goods for !|er
i„"u.T.'
I {*"ryB^ii')teVer
sion, will be resumed and pushed with vigor, I
and will furnish labor to thousands during
U,. Win^r, .ho .111
8th*
We favor the Post Notes
raru necessity, and until the ci
1
£?fr" Tho Tribune's Washington corres-
nondent states that the President attributes ?u ,• I()"
called at muster when answer is made for
caiieu at muster, when answer is made ror
who
W the Capital.
or
ter, in noticingihe
e tiovernor for there*
The'
proclapBatio^o:
»ovaf|f tfke
etra
Thai wind* ap the (Cham* of fraud, briber? and cor
ruption and tbe elegant structure reared In thia citj
for the wee of tfe* State—a pride and honor to aajf com
noaweaitn, and totally uunuted uOivenRr
muat be exchanged for an itulifTerent pile of bricfc far
ther «en, until the Legislature ahall aee flt to burden
tbe peeple vllb tbe uncalled(ur«xp«aaeui building an
otbet state
itoaae. SO..MMM**
1DI-1
fr/.
The jeiult of the late election seems to
work upon the nerves of the Reporter. That
"indifferent pile of brick'' at Dee Moines,
troubles the Reporter man, apd causes him
to lot his littleaaM peer forth prominently.
A political victoryin this State, would have
had a soothing effect npon the irritability of
our ootemporary, and we ehonld not have
been treated to such a oontemptible fling at
the magnificent brick structure at Des
Moines, at this time. An "indifferent pile
of brick," forsooth! Why, my dear fellow,
you cannot boast of a better building, wen
in Iowa City, excepting of course, the Uni
versity building, than this same "Indifferent
pile of brick," you affect to sneer at. You
pretend to be in favor of "popular sover
eignty," and the people have twice declared,
through their representatives, and at the
ballot-box, in favor of the location of the
Capital at Des Moines, and there is neither
consistency, sense nor justice in this contin
uous snarl about "frnud, bribery and cor
ruption," as affecting this matter.
Hard Time* In Mlnaeaota.
The following paragraphs from the St.
Paul Timet, of the 21st of October, are
quite conclusive that the Melancholy days
have come—the saddest of the year—that
Minnesota is reaping the harvest she has
sown
... ......
is, is locked up in the vaults of banks, in
old irtockings and between feather beds. No
ol(1
dockings and between feather beds. No
heard from officially, but as under the New i money is coming into tho Territory—all is
s
'the official result will not be known until .H
.... .. ...... ........ nf sometime in January next. The figures, as
gemi.offiL.ia!iVi now
2JM ».jorit, ItoLon. The 1hc®'e7a«b„ .ill b. pid,
of State, says that the Senate stands 22
aQ^
2 in doubt, not
hear(J fron|j and
i N
upon us, tighter nnd tighter, and unless re-
lief is had by either a currency of our own,
u gtay
iaw
or a
banking system, financially, I
S°"oci"1
..I pr., .111«» t,,. j* ~pe»iW. do .0. E.ohun,. e.no.t
on joint ballot of 18. Enough for au prao be procured at anj price—money due from
v
concert of ttCtion ttm0Dg
care 0f
that of Keokuk. It says—"rente we can to take care of others
warehouses are emptied. have always been high here, too high for A committee appointed by the merchants
co"i, potatoe or wheat crop i g0 England will have to pay in gold for the the best interests of the city but thus far and business men generally, waited upon tho ty-five_to thirty-three per cent, and the sales J£,"Ty
The Iowa Citizen, learning that a rates. But now hard times are upon us, the Governor declined moving in the ^ter.- ^h)°f0r"t«o weeks^^'has® been noUf^
Democratic paper was about to bo establish- prices of labor, of producc and of property, lne 1 tines, ot tne Zitn, in view or mis iact,
ed in Winneshiek countv, predicts its death have gone down, immigration is checked, gives the following sensible article I failures, and extreme dullness in business,
.. I —tt ai— Go TO THE COHNTRV.—In times like these New Orleans Picayune, of the 12th inst.,
...
ii .. i i cverv man with or without a family who 'tatos that in that city money in the street
C€n can
nrnf
o o s i o a u s i n e s s e n a n n o u o u i y
suffice ty carry you through the
wjn^or ftm|
exorbitant rents demanded for business like men, plow up your land, put in your
I houses: and we feel very certain that the
1
jt wi„ Dever be
theirywc(.ulv
wii,h of the
busi"
1 NN-_ r» O ?r VN*N INNRL tn thO 111 hnrwi
The
ra')'d
E*pre*t & Herald,
hard money democratic organ, fa-
Ivors the movement for the following sub-
gtan^ajreasons
fession." I from tenants should such a reduction take i currency whieh is now the only circulation in suited together nnd passed resolutions ex-
_j x-. ki.„„ this region of country. I pressing sympathy with and oonfidoncc in
2d. We favor the Post Xotes, beeanse they i their employers, and tendering to them a
this region of country.
.,r tl.o Tlx. nf Kit i wheat has been sold as low as 35 cents per Bank in the L. States. proceeds of their own savings, lhere is a
3d. We favor the Post Notes, because gront deal of nobility in the conduct of the
... Banks having driven all thc specie out of I men—so much of unselfishness and consid
becamc a little easier, and ,tne
l,„t thnir eration that one cannot but feel proud of
cr'8'*-
expedient to save the business community
from ruin anU thousands of people from
Un* India» ,a'8:
w
as a tempo-
untl1 the
chftrKe
to.,P?,nt
eTll„ from which wc
1.
then in the spring go to work
will force many in our city to the very verge I
_» v justify them in paying current rates f°r|0f starvation this winter. A farmer nowa- distresses of the statesman or the poet—not DI «/-•.•
nomination from the Democrats of Ncwbu- dwelling houses. Such being tho case, it days is comparatively a wealthy man. He because his condition is better than that of i
immediate reduction of rents ducts of his toil. Not so with the banker, ^'kWy worse, lliswhole sclieme or struc.
cy demand an immediate reduction oi rents erehnnt,"the mechanic. The first two tureof existnnce at least, is simpler and
in some adequate proportion to tne general bnv„
n0 means,
reduction of business and prices. The ef- to farming—get you a home—invest in soil simpler and coarser, and also fewer: It hm
feet of continuing present rates will be to banks—plant corn, wheat and potatoes in I none of the foolish anxieties, tho keen dis
nan. ontnan fi-nm aoitlinir and vonr vaults instead of gold, and our word appointments of the former but no sensible
keep out any new comers from setting and
^aU('.d
un
t0
til grim Death suspentis the vital
An Incident that will Survive the Crli|i.
One of the great embarrassments of the
they are contributing to break down their
own employees, and to throw themselves
out of work. Employees, instead of pur
suing measures which injure the employer,
should do all-in their power to aid him in
these "trying times." The example set hy
tho workmen of Messrs. Chickcring & Sons,
of Boston is very praiseworthy.
Theso extensive piano-forte makers em
ploy some three hundred mechanics and
»j. 1 1 manv laborers, and as a matter of courso,
disbursements are large. On
emergency of the last pav day, in consequence of the non-
Rrr'TalA)I f,'ndBoTnoitn
dae
d'fnnriH
sU"c®'
wore obliged to expend tho funds in hand
in tho redemption of matured paper, and,
consequently, they had to forego the pleas
ure of paying their hands their accustomed
weekly allowance. What did tho men do
then? Did tliey "strike'r" No! but, like
,M"
"v
D"'BV,'
1
PrV«u
rmm D»UJ TH*M.
v i»w iinin itisis it.
v,Some
Offices to Dee Melpes
i a christian spirit. ]|kar
ti»e •§•,» few E«starn papers p»e-
jpsted thi^thk fouttx would BOt t#el ttx£
Social dmpion with any 4egrM of |fr
firity, IM «l|j» herMlf begfB to ^oaatof
her ability to weather the storm. Some
argued that because the wind WM not so
high at the Sooth at the Vorth,
the social system of the former ie bet
ter than that of the latter. This logical
foot up, about! we shall all be crushed to death. higher. A polypus, which is the lowest of co.inc.i Biutr., October 2«n26-u
Secretary i Many of our merchants and others owe animal creatures, may be cut in two, and
without flinching, will immediately rise, two
,jc|)tg that were contracted merely on
^h^of ^nwScT wS rtorfd
uem0Crat8 12. The House every earnert and honest effort in our power
of o«
ensuring beyond doubt the men who three months ago, were considered
ssfttos£rjss5^rrJi,srsa
winter before us, tho question comes home ^1® feeling if all its sufferings were pat
—"What shall wo do? We answer, take together in a single pang. But this sane
The Keokuk Gate City,indulges ill the fol- care of ourselves first—our Eastern creditors principle pervades socini organizations no
L. .»ioi „n tn tho npit. Th^rn ia no other alternative but! '«"s than individual organizations. The
ourselves, and then let us do what
cotton and breadstuffs of which she will need the rush of emigration, and the rapid in- Governor, to urge him to call an extra ses-: are "far between." "Cotton and tobacco, trade,
a considerable quantity after this date. crease of business, have sustained the high sion of the Territorial Legislature. The
possibly see his way through the winter.
#hou»,d ||V raeang
I i ut i i
ourselves to take »ts svmpathiea and tastes, the mote rapidty
ancl
... „.-J
T^#,i
Evening Po»(—cxposdd in the foilowing lu
dierous vein:
The Sonth, it ia proclaimed, is more sol
vent than the North the
South is richer than
the North, the South has fewer broken
banks, and fewer suspended merchants.—
The truth of the assortion ie yet to be seen
—or rather the falsehood, as we Bight show
if the game were worth the candle—bi
gosing it true, it woald only show th
North is more intensively commercial than
the South, and that if it is more liable to the
fluctuations of trade, it is because it has
more trade. We doubt whether the present
disorders in the money market are felt by
the Cumnnche Indians at all—whether a
single bank has suspended among them, or old fncni and'the pobiic in ncnorai
whether a single dealer in furs and tobacco KEEP TUUITUNIIY ON BAND FRESH BAS,KD
6. 4.
has had occasion to complain or the prc8- oysters, Sardine*, I^Utcra, Pickles, fct.
But we do not, for that reason, infer
sure,
that the social condition of the Camanches
is better than the social condition of the
Yankees, or that living by hunting, fishing
and stealing horses, is preferable to living
by the manufacture of cottons or the sale of
hardware. Neither do we infer that the
slave system is better than the free system,
because the agricultural industry of the
commercial industry of the North
ty men and their interests are more closely !?£"?, ^nkl.
lL
Can anything be done to relieve the com
munity of the present financial cramp If propagated through a widening circle of I- «W7
so, what is it? Can an extra session of the sympathies. The depth and extent of a
Territorial Legislature relieve the people of commercial convulsion, consequently, is apt
the weight whieh is pressing them down V If I to show that a society is moro highly or
so, will the Governor xall an extra session ganized, and not it is less wealthy or less
at once V Something must be done! Five sound. Savage tribes have few or no rela
thousand dollars in currency is going out of i tions with each other but those of hostility,
this city every day, and in less than thirtv i and whut affects the ono, does not affect the
davs, if the drain continues, we shall no't other but civilized nations are united by a
have bills enough to do our marketing with, thousand tender, trembling ties, scarcely attentive ani
Gold cannot be procured. Whatever there one of which ean be broken witUput wound- "Vilem,
either
rest of the animal creation would be capa*
intensively great social calamities am
propagated in it.
But how does the South stand the crisis? T1,7"
i- J'
Th" prioe of no rrocg has fftllon from twen.
]ni]y 0f |ank
1
"t0
tho collntrv buiW
pie cannot now afford to pay the high rates a small but warm and comfortable cabin, i w-ithin the last lew days "about $12MKX
accustoraed t0 and iny in a gtock
business men cannot, du-' our citv. Potatoes will not command more of Louisiana and Canal Bank Stocks tha*
than thirty cents por bushel, and tweutv recently changed hand^.'*
was worth from five to s«"ven per cont. and
that the pressure is very severe. It adds, that
of potatoes, cabbages, Ac., Louisiana State and New Orleans City Six«
The large cities generally at the South are
In .Imlin. »tof
u.
raramerelal Aspect at Ihe War the Eut.
I J-In
1
works, at Providence, R. I., exploded on the 4th. We favor tho issue of these Post a costly opperation to England, it is possi
29th ult, and the buildings constituting the Notes because for the want of a circulating ble that it may give a new impulse to our
works were destroyed. 200 people were at: "^dium hundreds and thousands of indi- business. The State of Maine newspaper,
While the re-conquest of India must prove
u u
"She will want the nnd the bread of
""J"
u,°ship*
u
them, and whoever has them will be able to
tbcr6
this market offered
\ne
Ln,'ed
Ur0a8
States and Canada to carry
Tnf
.°P.e,ru ''n.
Sj
Europe may determine this question the one
way or the other."
nnw f»At dnnnrf HNAINOM nnmm..n.«v u i A .U __
No^».because|head
the present commercial distress, in part, to triumph over honorable enterprise and hon- at all costs. But as, instead of five niggers,
the last reduction of the tariff. est labor in our city, becausc there is no we only have five banks at large, contrary to
other measure within our reach that can law, tlie Administration contents itself with
The little Prince Imperial of ranee afford us hat relief. expressing a little harmless disapprobation.
is entered npon the roll of thc French Grena- 10th. favor these Post Notes, because One runaway nigger would bring down upon
dier Guards, draws pav, and his name is jtho8e
now fast driving the business community to trict, contrary to law, the President, old as tainable, nothing is more probable than he
thc wall. it-:- 11 i
pondent states that the President attributes without some relief, rum and suffering must stitution and the Union at all hazards, and but in order to defend himself for his shame
ful defeat in Lower California.
inconsistency are unable us the whole armv of the United States
"u[n'a{o expedient to avert thc
Five
him. -on leave with u,v f.iwiK. nity rnu-i MiflV-r. HW,. liuwk'ue.
n
n a condition similar to that of New Or-
will not' beyond tho pressing want which socm!^ CENTRAL DRUG STORE
a coal
neiiver nas none ot the peculiar
can sit in his farmhoisc and enjoy the pro- fh,c statesman or po t, but becaus: it is most Side Broadway, at the Sign of the
the latter has no work. Go coarser its enjoyments and suT: rings are
man would exchange the condition of the
statesman or poet for the condition of the
chimney-sweep or coal-heaver- These in-
Barv«M One* Mere*
.the?
fon
e
rational Boston mechanics, they met, con-
e
P„.t v.t.. and bloody war as the result of the recent i ^t.P^ced"
1
»reer
rtmi iin|iii*tin»J*i
mHI
Iwlffyrti
Ikmi i0i
tfmfttttmr,
Broken Banks—Read!
1*7* WILL TAX* rOBfftSCTKTTHUrrr DATS.
VV thebilla on the following Broken and Suspended
Banka, at 80 cant* on tVMIir, foe mrcbudiu:
Netnaht Valler B'k, Bellernet Acricoltarsl Bt, IT. T.
fallacy one of our exchanges—theNew York i wairmun'a Bank. s. r.) warthiMtao Bank, x. f.
—. ,. ... Niagara River Rank, N. T-j Hoi
I later Bank Oliver
MM} ant «f vrtan KWM
Bank Bask «l HediM Hamilton Bxcfcanfe Bank
DAUtkf —a •«WM HIWIWB BXIWI
Otieldd Central Bank, and Bank of Tecumseh
And the folloartag at MceMa enrtka «llar—Recipro
city Bank Sackett's Harbor Bank Troy City Bank
Tompkins Co. Bank, aa*Tata* Co. Baak.
Fonteaelie Bank, of Ballavae, 40 cents.
RHUMB**—far dan only.
ntt-la McBRIDE aowxx.
Bock-Bottom
C. £. HAGGERTY
HAS
OPKNKD OK UPPRR BROADWAT, OPPO
Mte the Store of C. VOOKIIIS, a
Bakery fc Confectionary
Kstahlisbment, where be will he pleaded to meet his
Bread, Cake*, Pies, 4.C., together with Candle*. Krutta.
nSMm
To
South experiences fewer flurries than the
A"
Council Bluffs, Iowa.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVI Mi LKASKD
the above well-knowu UOTKL, takes Uita up* addphia Ltdqtr
JJ|| iortuiiit-of pre^eutirtg its !aim« tothetrav*, Preparedb»~Dr.
etini commuuity
ing all the rest. i Mire the couifort. and u cater to the wants of all
It is in fact a universal law of nature, that tmesis. No IJIM or expense will be spur
i •. .• ed to make this a comfortable home for all who may
the degree of sensitiveness and suflerme,
permanently or temporarily extend their patrua-
different beings, is in proportion to the com* age to it.
pleteness of the organization. A stone does Charges naoderate and rtf nlatrd to anit the time*,
not feel liko the plant, nor the plant like the t3" There isjittached to thu Hotel
ier at an time« in vraitin*. JOSKPH WKIRICU
New Advertisement!
polypi, each one as good as the other, and
as complete as the original of which it was
once a part. But cut so much as a steak
out of a horse or an elephant, and be will
writhe in great pain until perhaps he diee. w-«
You need not however, cut a steak out of a fSlOCK.
man to put him in mortal pain—a sharp i A
word often, the loss of a friend, will plunge
him in more poignant distress than all the
OUR NEW STOCK OF
Fall & Winter Goods!
Art Mow Open for EnmkuUutn.
111
The Stamford (Ct.) Advocate, meins
is cortainly with pleasure that we announce %,
.» i_ /t a .1 i n n Mesar*. kraiuer Rahm.
the nrobablo fact that P. T. Barncm IS n^tun n imen &
nis legsthat he is to-day a richer man wim# HUIIP. k»|.
than he was before his connection with the
Miles
benefit of his creditors, has again passed in
to his hands, and he is now re-furnishing
and re-fitting 'Iranistnn' in good style, for
his future ond permanent residence."
C3?" A Letter is said to havo been receiv
ed at Washington, from Mr. Dallas, our
Minister to Urcat Britian, stnting tho load
ing men of London were seriously contem
plating lb abandonment of the fndia pos
sessions soon. It will be sometime before
such an occurrence England is too per
sistent and dogged to relinquish India, ex
cept at the termination of a bloody striiggle
that will continue for years.
Smith all tte seventy of its p:
0
NaPoleo°' and.tho L^'ted f5^tes',tho.
I but thc same causc which reduced hi
0-*^
country shall A Diffrrrace. on some neighboring friendly country. If
have overcome the money crisis which is I If we had five niggers at large in this Dis- Walker finds transportation by sea nnnt-
he is, would mount his horse, and, at the will endeavor to turn his Texan levies upon
of his marines, would sustain tho Con- Mexico, not only in the hope of conquest,
frr
runaway banks have brought down ers of the Picat
fp(.|certain thc commn- nothing morn terrible than windv editorials, laugh, look out
White.
Valb1
Jno.
Tke Filllbnutera*
WASHINGTON, Oct. 24.
Very little dependence can be placed in the
stories which Walker and his agents insert
in the Southern press, of the progress of his
fillibusterin^ schemes. But thc fact is not to
i uitt.ju-.,t r1iiS buiiuui
thoronglv undcrsUnd the history of British i jPnorcd ^lt the pressure has not re.
ru]e ins ge(J noth gho7t of lo
i l»c ignored 3i.it thc pressure has not reach
th.
I cd
We are inclined to think that the
jolly days of Docsticks, the Chi Psi, are at
an end. Thc foolish fellow has done been
gone went and married a gaL Now, read-
Picayune, instead of tho ringing
ok out for squalls.—Burlinoton Qft
llutckeye-
AYER'S
(REIKI PECTStlL
rOR TH* RAPID CURS OP
CeMa, CH|ki ill
BRIMriiLD, Haas, Sttb
D«. i C. ATI* I'Jo not beau-.
•ay, the beat remedy I b.ve ever i2Ii!
for Coagbs, Hoarvaoeaa, inSnew.^22
the con.»uiilant ij rnptorii of VTlu,
your CHKRltr PKCTORAL. iuiJ*
slant use in my practice aU'l my r^Tji
fortlwiati teu years, baa sbowa Hal
poeaeae superior virtues for the tr»
mm11Ueaeaudmunits,
E. UAGOIRTT.
Great Western Shaving Raloen.
PACiriC HOL'SK,
L«wer Broadway. (OBBCII Dials, ton.
A PROCLAMATION.
Sln Wham
ll"1
n'PALACE
a,k1°.IIA'»w"
I rec^ptivaof my loyal Subjects, where 1 will be at all Probably i
I he various rellltions of a coin- t»iue« ready to give then a cutting receptiou, *ih1 com-
mercial society are also more intricate and Phyau«nomj of natarea anaeemiy
sensitive than those of an agricultural socle- AXV FURTHRB, as the times are |Mttn« food. I
nl,k'"g
a.»_ I SPKC1K at par from ail my *ntUecti. ore you what rour 'nc«uv
woven together the calamity of one is more WIT.VK.HS MY AND the Great seal of my HAZO*!,on*tofor my wife. t- PWTORAL has
1
u
McUUIOK k UOWEX.
v.— 11. C»»h, Corn. Wheat, Oat». Potatuca. Drv-llitles, Furs,
a„d aU
leans and if the convulsion is not universal uwxis, «r ia payment of account.
seed, and .i bountiful harvest next fall"will at the South it simply shows its inferiority J*.26"" .MCBHIDE it B,»WE.V.
«A€SG S BLOCK,
BB—
BLUE MORTAR,
Council Bluffs, Iowa.
J. D. HONN
WnOI.F.SALK &. KKIA1L UK A I.
Kit IX
tenser sufferings of higher natures arc not
»OOd in themselvos thev nr. pviilenc"4 *»f MEDICIIVESi PAINTS.
EOOU in tnerastites tnty are evi n.nc^s ot JJ Dye-stuff., window oiaw.
deseasp, of a want of harmony, of the infrno-i Tobacco. Hnaff .^egarm Figv
tion of some great natural law, but thev are slices. Prrfnmery.
better than the utter insensibility of the clod RTiB».0|uirP°ImIfC:ToJth^Br^Ji
better than the stupid indifference of the wine* and Bramiu-s for Jioiu iu»i i nrp.i»es.
brute or idiot. When the defenders of the
bCtU sel:clcJ
",Ui
slave society, therefore, boast of its eSenip- jj^wi^hiani Prescript!on. .PH jfaznily Keceipts
tion from maladies peculiar to a different'
and better order of society, the effect is the
same as if a donkey should take pride to it-
is free from any infirmity of responsibili- i
ties and distressed which may toss and tor-
clie'
carefully compounded.
0fptb4sd0^cl"
fur ,he popa,,r
self because it was not subject to intlamma- TBOMA» OFFICII. W.H. M. riicv. Air at tarn
tion of the brain It is not subject to it AFPirPD A DITSFY
neither has it neuralgia, or notes to pay, or WlfltE-ll rilSbl,
ships to sail across stormv seas, or armies I REAL EHT.\TE BROHCRS.
to tead to Delhi or Lucknow: and,indeetMt
p*tcnt
AniVfUlm ln L.nd
E»k.a(e.
|rrorxriL
Jbfrrener*
Pittiburg
MMII «F Pittabun
He
Sons
Wtt1,
Jerome Clock Company. It is said that he Munoncahcuii k orBrown
has bought all the claims against himself
A .. A A" Prankln B'kof Wash ingion'Hon Tbumas B. Benton. Jr.
for from fivo to twenty-five cents on the Baltimore. springftid, M.
dollar, with the exception of some $15,000,
&. K. It'kof Baltimore
probably have to pay in full. Thc whole of
the vast property assigned by him for the
Hon. Wm Brown.
Mt'W Richard TatA^rv
Th»inpAon. Itaq. E. R. Kiliott, F.sq»,
UMI*
KRnr KN'fcnr,«
T"
1
T., vm«9 "llllfVNV fotr ra
%AL mf»elf nd in
my
lAmilj tvn •inq
yo« inTente*^ «w» believe ft the
DBTDriM Mrar Ml ttr..a
v
P"rpoea evar put out. Witbahad^r?"—«»Ha
l»ytw«,ty-B»a"«. lora hoSl.?!!,1 »**M«»—
or take tmf otbSr remeiiy." S
**~p*ng Cmm*{
SPRiaoriELo,,
the
Ar«*'\*m.»wlremedy*,*:beatM'f
PIMWRAL is the
ot lV*o»^n9 Vomjk, Croup?u* ??ttOre
tn"P.aa4
raeM
.U your
people.
amoi I.CB,
*iei4 Tour mnlir-- *r**ti*
nn*lly tried your PJtr'TOR^L or n*«ief
•"reueM
half the bottle me!,2
e UM cUaaM
(brottt and lunjfg tha
ooniptcteJy well. yltXir
modl(
we
••tee® yo«,
wall as the be*t we an buy, »nu
rhthiite. mmd TrfmfhMim
S.R: Too?UfBRHV pShaL^"
veuou, euro, i„
Pr„entt may rowef- patienta, or cMi'iVwh^VcarrtlJ'
W*. T. GRAHAM. GRA.VD SfLTAS cardie.
alt the Barber* of the H^wkeye iitate
^LL
#_i e *».„ v .it fitted up my in the neatest for the
l,'ut''manner
c'
ffcets upon trial.
1837.
ROBINSON HOUSE,
CI!KR*1
COMMENCE THE SALE OF OUR GOODS
is week, to Retail at tbe Lowr»t Wholesale
believiuc. that by bo dom*. tbe irK-reaed for all the partieu
HARD TIMES.
suspensions, mercantile Baiem markets, which we are orrering pfioe«
low, aud uiucb uuder tbe regular mar-
Tour careful attention to oar varied stock ol
DBI'dOOlM
GROCERIES
BOOTS It SHOES
jfiPEEXSWARE
HARDWARE,*^,
is mw«al kafwa maklne yonr pnrchajes.
mt-
1Ui, wti„n,
from aiarnting »y»j|tomg t,{
curing a ^nsumptMin, k
lunsa for the iaTt 4fetU"-^
A- A KAMSRT.
writes, Sept. s, ISM. "During »iy praaki tJf'
ZZ craft
volume® of evwieoce, hot the MO*
hereby V"',?*
prou'
I have i
lU
the virtues of this raaMdy is toaad)
CanmnmpHmn.
ne rcmcly hat. ever keen known which
.....
rt,DCTy cver ljren
Wre1
"'any and noeh danienus as tl*««
n
'P^f pay«»enu, l'ii take
ASTOK HOVSE, Mew Turk ("Tt, Warch S 1MT
or,°cTinform
n 0.a Av"' i'*eii
1 reel u a doty
P|^,
skiil, for ahe lias recover*) fr.« ttu day. She ia' x,t
oowh. «JI«g||,ihe»er/we!i'.
b°'
U
Tout»,
with gratitude and regard,
CoM-nnK-JI*LAN'l0 SHBLBT, ef SheibrviHe.
Aywt have Mai
hi K?
PK.JTOEAL. It i. relit br«22
r. twui
s
chemi»t»
in the world, and lu ctxrea alt
lile
^^h merits of u virtues Pk%i-
C. AT£R, rbetnist, I^jvell,Masa.
ISB .V
'mod States
FRAXK STREET,
CawssOar at
i Urmtrml Jfwl,
at.iY/i ums,
mil
AR8TRACT OF TITLES
To Lands in Pottawattamie Cm.y,
fx
Corner Pearl fc Broadn^tf.
—AND TO—
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
LOTS IN
WKPottawattamie
have just cmijlote.] (r,m tbe Records of Deedaia
ountv, I ma, »n abstract of title,
to ail the lands eaid Cuuniy, west of Kanfe 40 and to
all the lots in Council Bluffs, and In tt,e pr.uciple sl
uitiiins thereto showing each »rantwr and grantaa ih
every deed made n*e Usaei.uy of ac iaad in the Land
twice: the character or the envey ance ifce date of
retard
re"rJ' ,n'1the b^''and
page *her«
We haves., arranged these abtractMhat it i bntth*
*"ilt of a ni iiient to ascertain whether tbe chain of
title to any trac*
link
if land, ur i..t, is cumpietej beta*
wanting hi the chain, it ij a parent at flrst vh»
W e have i-en at great expense, and have spared no
p«ina, ill tuukil.g this B-urk a v.ur.-e u/ valuit.ie jn/ar.
matu n to property holders in thii citj- and countv
Every deed oa the recurd has been careluilj- examined
and the contents thereof tinted as above :tated. We find
tan imeraiile ernr. in the destriptions of lands and lota,
lu many irtaatcs, the record shoo s two or unre owscra
t« the sataa tract i whilst,
1B
many ..mers, there ia DO
councettoD between the titles of the present and the
«ngui»l owners.
AH early atienti-.n to these matters it. of the utmost
importance lUe jurnes iMere»i«i, as ihe iAp&e of
una iLe range of |»ok*tbiliu0
and correct the errors by
k'fXAtiou# aii.J ssitt
in ihancerT will be the result and, in uutuy in#taace»,
propert will fiill intu ibe bio«laof ^fr^oUt whubin 10
i eimtaLle litle thereto.
tiiue i place 1
Id, will be equal to selling by the pjeitt tu iU4| agreement lien*
We have, al!o, m^ie an arranjrement wttb the Rocorter
of Deel, to furntah on each utorning with 2 lui«f
Deed* for recorrl the p,-ovit,u day.
We have procured fr. the Land OflJe a list of At
Land*- enteied in the C-unty we-tof Range 40, bhevt*
I by whom entered, Mbetlier witb cash, TarraM^tK
scrip, ihe Lumber of acred in each tract, and the prica
pai'i per acrf.
We ahall keep a lut of *11 Land* and Lot» «nM *r
Tax. and «rf Judgments, Mortgage*, Deeds »*f
of all other Lieiu by which Lhe Title to Heal K»ute«a*
be effected.
f»r Guniattn Title will
he fltasnnable.
PlmlUmf mmd BrmmgMtmg Itomt
to
S»m4
STREET SL RIUEB.
t^nncitniiiffs. Iowa, (k-t 3-n-?3-u.
PACIFIC HOUSE.
COlTfCIL BUFFS IOWA.
THE
kinda of Coi.ntry PrtKlnce taket. in ex.-hawefo?
I NPKRSUIXKI) WOULD KKSPECTFTRLLT
call the attention of the traveiinj: public, a:td oth
ers, tfi th»? super «r ac«.D)n!udatin»no^ provided attbc
abTe Iloii^e. Tlie larjte four story addition is
now complete*! and thoroughly furnished with
new furniture, thus afiording flity-tnie H|[JM
quests. The Table will always be 6u|p.ted with the
very best th.it be obtained iu this market, and every
thing about the House, will be arranged with a view to
making gne.-t .mfurtable and at b'-me. Thankful for
past favor* $0 treneronsly t»e«ti'wed. the nndervifmed
would assnre the publio. that fy liberal prices, and
a careful attention to the w mtj» t.f his Kuesta, to rtctiv#
fteoiitinQaiH-e of puMit i^trr»na«e. JOHN JONHk
z,
Philadelphia- P. AITJU LICO.
Jlessru. t':ileh Cope fc Co.
n4-u
W. G. Andrus,
Wholesale & Retail Grocer and
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA,
te* In store and to arrive, Ihe following
Goods, which
Ahall
be told lor Casb.
10 tu.
PolverlzeU dj| ,«
35 do. Mola^e^j k
Whalfbblsde
40 kRs.
Syrup
100 hga. prime Rio Cofti} ,,
86 Packets Mocha i.r«t
100 bbU. Crackem a«tirte5
60 boxes TobaccvJ
SO Ca«e« Fresh reMhe^ i."
•S du. PieklM wwrtad liMJ f'i j-T'
10# dM. Ou* Ojatora)
SO dot. SardiMai
sup-
plies, will facilitaterccruitments i™his
IS do. do. Presarrail Prnils
6 da. do. AMorted Pis Frail
100 m. CMtarti
SO bbla.
cause,
vent a uesceni uunng tne coming wintor up-
Wbiikn i
necessary for the
Government to put"forth all its vigor to pre
vent a descent during tho coming wintor up-
SO do. Brandy
S do. C.iti
5 do. Pert Wine «i
SS da. Ale—PittubMkt
half k. Ale—PittsSfrfc
10,000 Iba Bacon, Uatut tM «k
'8Tf it
•J'
1 i
SSO ucki Oonr, Ac., Ac.
map
PLOWS! PLO
OlfK HUMMED Or THE
Graad Detonr Ptonra, for which Uie
the State Pair Agricultural Snetati*.
HblKATEO
e
hi|(H| premlon of
eietiea Uiinoia MN!
Vtanmia waa awarded, tar aal*
at
W. c. AKDBra.
•KKAKEKS.—Two Hone, no* Horae and Shovel
"owa. w. C. AKBRTS.
Just Received.
900 L»S. WJCStKHN
ill br «old cheap tnr
CASS
™**H J-**1*
Reserve
Chccre,
»to. nl be nM 'linp f.
Coeocil BltifTs. June 2o-nS-6m. Proprietor.
IVotloe.
•V°T1CK IS HKRKJtT GIVEX, TIIAT AN" ASSIGN*
i* MKN'T ha* heen made to lhe enbsenher. by
IIAKIJ-IS Tl'EMLKR, i.-f Council BlufU,
•illJ "e
ut
all of bit
pri^ierty. both real and personal, for tbe benefit of bU
Creditors: and that 1 have accepted said trust. AU per
s-n indebted to said Tuemler. hy n^tc. b«c»k .taonnior
otherwise, are required t» nuke immediate paymeat to
me, and all jersons having claims due or to beime 4oe
against said Tuemler. are requested to notify me of (be
amount of the*auie, without unnecessary delay
hii-h will bo fold very 1..K for
Si. Ltntu:
Jno. J. Ai*)#rwn
Joica.
Cook. Sargent
Downey,
llenn, Willlcins
h.
Oo.
ille. iHoyt Shemaan b, Co.
K.
fc.
V.
InRuran.eOfc
BaHvinorc S-ivings Bank. jCterk'k ExL-bange B#nk.
rn.
Johnston &
Bro. Jacob
ihort
(iarret
& J^ns (IIon. S. T.
f/Offan.
Smiib,
&M|. ICol. Jno. Williaiu^
Pnsey, ». Jacksonville,
r"
Dated Council Bluff?, September lOtb, 19S7.
C. P. KELLOGG, Assirift*
"ao-n ,..J
BARGAINS..
BAflO-AnVSH^
i
THE BEE HIVE STOKE
THOMPSON iL SIEemSV-
ARK
'l ,LT ^F.S' A
BLrrrs. IOWA.
ment the poorest mortal maii but the reason |W CATU)X of land in Western Iowa and Nebraska
of its blessed peaco is that, at the be9t, it is tbe payment ur t»\.- *t\ laudA of Tiou-re*ideuts ana the
ODly A donkey." uullccuvn and reuiittauce of cUims
RECEIVING THEUI FALL A WINTKB __
of Xenluailii.e. amtisUiis ot trwx vsrMtr if
Dry Goods
Boots. Shoes,
Hats & Caps
Clothing, Groceries Ac.,
r»«h.
n21
He**m.
C»!l and tOOr
ie for roareelret. at the Si*n i.f the HKK nivt
ine for yoaraelret, at the Si*n
MM. Page U «ten.
Loker, Reeiik fc Co.
|R. *. Tioiett It Co-.-
Bryan It
Ge^
71
,.f the
BEK
HIVF.,
THOMPSON A SIKGAttf.
Roofs! lUafen
WE WOL'I.D ESPECTFT'IXV A^SOC!«CC
ft te the public, thnt we are on hai»4, and prepared
to rover huildincs all descriptions, at th^ shortest
notice, with Rl'SbKl.'S FIR* PROOF CEMENT
Th.^e in the auntry or a4fcSmiig towns. wisbin«a
cheaper aud im»re desirable
nxtf
than tin, fan procurt
an itiformat toil that they may t'esire, hy applying to L.
Wbitt, J. B. Atauratn, (i. Bwbiniui^ o(||ly#
53" Call and examine for yonrselrea.
Sh«ip tvmer of X*ta and Jeflersua trtiu, CMMU
Bl ufia^lowa.
ttfa' nweoer, rmxows,
X. W. Kynett & Co
Sottk bide Umet Brtiilwt).
DEALERS IX 'n
All the New Sl Standard Rooks, Jlilf
zine, Periodicals, Cheap Publication
CHHCE
Newspapers," &c., Sic.
nS-n
ft I
34 hhds. Prime Sugar i
4 do. Clarified do.
40 bbls. Crushel [a]
do -g.1
/.
a
.. ....
half Bow. d..! ff J'
80 bx* star Candles
5® J*00)*1 ''•w it*.?*
T6 do. Candy aaaortetS, u .j
J^ATBST STTtE PARIS BOSKBTS, IW*
recci*«l ui lor aal. br
TOOTLS k JACKSOlr
Groceries & Provisions
E. VCOHNOLLY & 00.,
On* Dtior West qf Bagf* Block, lj +f
Broadway, ...
1 1
i*
W do. Cana Freeh SalmMI
90 do. do. Blackberrtc* L•
HAVK/t'STatand
EESUMKD Tn* AStJV*
at lhe old of C. P. SMITH, wh* «i*f»
kept uimtlllj OB band, all klnda of FV
»l
OntcriM PMTIIUBK
ConalaUas l» part of T»a, S.(.r, OoM, Ik*
Starrh, Candles, Martteral, Salmon,
Urlad
reache*. Motaue*. VtiMcar, Floar, Me.1, Han*. Ml*
Butter, Kg^s, Corn Oala, at WhoWnalaor Batall.
al«-l K. V. COKNOU.T A CO.
J. P. CASADT. J.
CASADY A TBBTf
AXD
Dealers in Szehaiifffi
CSWBCII
mai,
ITW».
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