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COU^H' BLUFFS, NOV-
T!,e
rorrtctneu
ne4t
womiteiL JOB OFFICE
ance ol the propne'.." «»jic
times are perhaps the very best for a .vert.-
uft *nn
n
the water* whilst!
server, swim on the top 01
others are sinking all around. AtHeru^
will hardly smell the hartl
liberally, $nd you
i e s
"While such persons (ible
bud^f1IJ^ntia*ncare
fault of payment, compel them to work upon
»i« ':1"'
imoginary cities all around us, are toppling Amcrica
down into oblivion, Couneil Bluffs remains
v
The Allulic Monthly.
TTe are indebted to the publishers, Pim*
i,ip»,
OAxnor k Co., Boston, for copy of
this new monthly. The initial number gWes
promiA of reflecting, in a creditable man
jner, the literary, scientific and political
an»i expc- i nrogreu of the country. It is intended to
niche in Amorican literature, hereto-
"^r^" V^SVtriw'Trypt, fore racant, or but partially filled by Put
l*'",Aether with two Power and deter- o/im'i Mnhthtu. To ewe the reader ai
XC together with ,u.Liii»n ana dctor- nam's Monthly. To give
S idea of the plan of the work, we sobjomth.
ri^»UfT*
bw
T^S: following remarks:
rltruUilge,
^i 11""
local^and •iscellaheous.
le*rrnu, h» be*
with the a»« with dnllue., and »*g^SLJth* ,« *h0 WUM to
1 f#1
tbtni Tof1 puoiiaoers
f^=s==^== aSMX-SSSVffi Si»mSm. »»d?, if **,
pn»
little trade is going on they get, ,,,nereii^, that every author announced opposite qualities of light. They have ex
TwMto". purlins,.o l.» u.r»U,«l.^.o.b.r»lW .w»Hd
wrl
jers ho have been applied t, 011 either siJeof the
v,i»„ticWor
of »t
"Wbil© such persons ^,'a on care of *t
who voluntarily send their productions, will
un(lor
,hcirlIitli,lsic
mcrit5
kUC
,tli impunity in *ood *ja\t's'a*m»"*r" i bfine'ulne
e pub.ic W«».»W, except It b. to I
able to work and support
honest or respectable calling, not
who shall be found loitering or strolling
about in any street, alley or common, or any
4»A..
,„.,n..r
athc*raticor
»^vevery
«her.
The same rule must apply to a periodical:
honored and iMnflded iu jus' in proportion to lU ability.
caLdor and manliness
Jll any u* If i MLwr WW
having the wherewith to maintain himseit,
The AHantic
the publishers, post paid, $3 per annu
25 cents a number.
an
public or private place within the city, or
who shall be an idle or dissolute person, or
,vho shall go about begging in any part of
the city not having any regular lawful bu
nesss, or who shall lead an idle,
immoral or profligate course of life shall be
deemed a vagrant, and upon conviction,
thereof before any-conrt having jurisdiction,
shall be fined in a sum of not more than
fifty dollars, and as a part of said judgment,
unless said fine be paid, shall be committed
to the jail of the county or to the «»ty pr«
ob, until such fine be paid." If we could,
instead of committing them to jail, in de-
pr'incIpal villages of the Union, orot
Proceedinga al Common Connrll.
Council Chamber,
October 30, 185".
The Council met at 7 o'clock, P. M. The

the streets', at laborers wages, until the fine
j^ng
the city finances, and have a more sa u ry grnje
neerj
trrade
,, 11 _.,nk ».»Upp fnr
a
was cancelled, it would be much better for
()ne
,n
faror of
on
8
amount of grading, etc. We should like to
snc these characters put through a course of
sprouts. Can't it be done
Good Beet*
The Davenport Gazette says, 4lMt *the
good people of that city are now luxuriat
ing upon a superior article of beef—tender
and juicy. The Gazette man, not satisfied
with the fact, that the meat ho purchased,
was "fat, tender and juicy," had to enquire 30.
of a butcher, why such was the case. lie
was told in explanation, "that last spring alt
tho cattle that had survived the winter, were fjabbitt, and unanimously adopted
been fattened up in quick time, and this ac- ^unjrcjan(j ninety-five feet of curb-stones
counts for the beef being so excellent, lie {,ejong:Ug t0 the City, and set them ou I'earl
says cattle that have been fat several cars,
were not fat at all, and that butchers rt
themselves often deceived by this. Some-
times they kill a fat steer, and find the best
number of excessively Jat cattle hereabouts
number
last sprin,
g^recj nn(j
excessively Jat cattle hereabouts
It is a very trite but true saying, that
Russirtn
firm—our business men are prosecuting vast
improvements, as though nothing unusual
Bluffs holds her own in the tightest times.
Gootl More.
The Olenwood Union, very pertinently
asks ''IIow many more years are we to do
without a County fair in Mills, County V
Farmers and mechanics, let us have a Fair
as soon as possible if not this year, prepare
Cass County, N.T., have orgnnuea a
elected our old friend,
Sam
Klbert,Presi-ij
II.
served up and allowed in premiums for
the best farm products and the finest speci
mens of mechooism. We expect to announce to
a similar entertainment in this County next
fall.
hundred and eight gallons. Thus it will bo
•een that in a few years, molasses will not
bo imported from the South, because it will
bo manufactured at home cheaply, and in
requisite quantities. The G'iiren further
•ays that the syrup i4 an excellent substitute
for
vored-
tuiid ing in the city.
illin's
of molasses from less than
the cane. Another farmer
County, from 1-4 of an acre obtained one *nt0 ')an'c
Uir e noucea several emigrant wagons 7, K 'it. i verm«.m
ThP npw ,h,* r: i
.k. w.r ,h™gh tnC SSSSr
"reets, en route for the spot selected Pettit made a good Judge, but he debased
for their home in the West. We hope to himself by his course in tne contested elect- North Carolina... !ii»
chronicle the *nival of numberless families i°" "nd j0",4 to rospect, even
ere winter sets in. Come on-come to
the
judicial character.
growmg and prosperous West, where all may I CSTIletMjjfKart Bcccher, in Ibis wandir- Washington, D. c.^
»u»« up an early fortune and independence.1
ings nbouy|lew
s^ud' natf?,RnJ
aPPcar_
jnce is decidedly fine. It ha, an iron front,
mm
Th« EkctlM la tvw+—A Vxtorlal LratMrr
Pnl^ Out.
And certain atari aba^aa^y ftM* ,their Wb*r«*.
1
grade on Main street, being the final estimate Able-bodied men were advertised for, re-
effect iu checking vagrancy. Ihere are jn fujj for gaid grade, as per estimate of could be obtained. The army is composed
enough vagrants in this city of the kind
K inecr
kept lit work upon our streets, o eep a jY*auced Thos. Officer & Co., for curb- hard times, mechauics, tradsuicn nud labor
in good repair, besides doing an indefinite i
exaiB
cline in prices of real estate, will take place rather a wintrv look. It is just cold enough present crisis, comes to the conclusion that
in New York citv as well as in Iowa, and for a fire to feel comfortable, and stormy matters are not so bad as they might be.
e a o u n i y w i s u e u s i n a o e n o u o k e e a i w e a e e e s i a n s i n o
portion as its basis is sound or not. Ihou- doors. Our streets are rather sloppy and
sands of moonshine cities, existing only on muddy to-day, and our Devil is lamenting our cotton crop of last year was one hun
naner. in tho West, will explode, while those over his sad fortune, in having to carry p- dred and thirty millions. It wiU be now
.i iio ..... u, irnnlil mwfjn tMmur worth one hundred and sixty.
whose advantages arc real and not imagi- peri. He lay* be would pvefa wrmer
nary, will in the end become more and more country. I twenty millions of dollars. There are twen
the centres of trade and population. While r^P" That is a startup item by tbe STorfli
whlch tclls of tho 8inking of a
Man-of war in the Baltic, with four-
t(,(,n
|mnjrcj human beings on board—all
drowncd bat 8 This thr0W3 the mC
had occurred. Our mechanics and laboring ^ja Oeorge disaster quite into tho
men are still engaged in active and remu- I
nerativc employment, all seemingly unmind
ful of the "hard, times" so much talked of I nimirry. „„1V11
in the business circles. Thoso contemplat- F. Krrra has opened a first-class
ing emigrating to the West next season, will bookbindery in this city. Office Empire greater demand now than then. The pro
please make a note of this fact—Council
B'oc^'
Such nn
needed here. Parties wanting binding of
any sort done, can now be accommodated,
by leaving their work at the Pioneer Bind
ery.
(£3?* Here is an epigram suggeste&b? the
appearance of Butler's inimitable "poem
'Nothing to Wear." It hits the mark which
for next." Truly, good advice, and sea- was already bare to receive it:
sonably given. We hope to witness a mote X'tung tnwr.ir'. wpii, *ein suppose
in the right direction by the farmers and
citizens of Pottawattamie County. By or
ginizing an Agricultural Society this fall,
wo can pave tho way for a regular old
fashioned fair next fall. Shall it be done? I
Wo learn from the Union that the citizcns
of
Farmer's and Mechanic's Institute, and
itliing tn wr.ir'. Well,
Some httho »iuitc truly declare it.
Fur tbeir 1 ibitual disucr clothe*
Above the w.ust, sufflripntly ttbowa
That there, «t leaM, far as that
They've "nothing to wear"—and we# Itear n.
fctf Some paper in this State, wandering ®ut
dent. The first Fair was held at Platts-i 'V ^,
mouth, on Tuesday last. A free dinner was
i it v fBMt*
A light is extinguished in oar sister State
toyend the Mississippi, ani*.gloora fslls
overtta# north vwt. Jones is
»o more!—
Four days ago be sh$tt with (timet lastra
in th# galaxy of the vewftfhed now,
Iowa naa been distfrigutehed above most
States in Senators. Dodge might seem
in
at first blus the brighter luminary, but the
«u-
15SS SL-SSTttKu
biawa trlJT bul eal scicncc. Dodge and Jones have emitted
In some respects it must be
admitted Dodge
and Jones were alike—yet there was differ
ence of degree even in their similarities.—
Atlantic Monthly differs, also, from »omeof Dodge was the embodiment genius of the
doughface. Jones never attained that dig
wiii ie »u iiu|iohsii)ie positiun. it has dwided opinions nity. Dodge was imperfectly acquainted with
'"i'1'" that ni'wt intere»t the' English language, but nevertheless man-
of party fMl'iiw'wiM'be diVarar- aged to get through speeches Writ-
Monthly can be had of book-
anJ perio(]ical
agent?, in all the cities
\lfwith
.famthe
broad and phiitx-fbK »pi"t. Hen »ho opm^, t^e capital. Jones was equally ignorant of
i aged, and subject treated, as far as possible, in a (en for "jjim |jy half-famished" reporters at
^ha* a drVu. ^^Jv^rant act would KSf.'Sa f»"«» 'mXdJfSiT.i'atha»e^uo
Ws^be the capital, /ones was equally ignorant of
Wo should thin* *ne anywhere cuuti-overtwi, ti.eof little impuruiice in tongues, but broke uowu rehearsing the
u r&aes. It provides "that *ny,Ciely. the w»r id i-n uonest an.i I compositions of the Chaplain of the Senate.
reach their cases* i mi pvpu when it doe«n«»t wholly approve his views.— Z' u i„
port himself must apply to a periodical it win be Dodge— but enough. Though lost to
person
in anj
a
A
Gravis, Lewis
One in favor of Wagstaff & Mitlicn for
8he reporte
and pavmont in full for said cruiting sergeants devoted their time to the
whereas, it was not the inten-
*.
cur n to
be set on any street except Broad-'
wa^
Rel
cuts of it on their own tables very tough.-
All this sounds reasonable." If the abo»e
truthfully accounts for tho existence
EvJrett
(,e
rCqU rej
of
tovjh beef, there must have been a very large
(taken that h(J furni!jh olher cur
liwi thflro
,lf.
$243 80 l»bor of procuring men able and willing to
u- -i mm enter into Lncle Sam's acrvico with a liber-
flagstaff & Million for
al com ation anU
Upper Broadway, being payment! |jut
s
^ones for pavement on Broadway $109 001 ers, a great many of them Americans, con
One is favor of Colby Down, for services stitute the large majority of .those who have
,, .. ao nn' manifested their willingness to become sol
as Judge of March election $- 00
r* *tu it i. ii
One in favor of Thomas Uenshall, for *6
lOcts.
One in favor of H. D. Ilarl, for $34.
One in favor of Tootle & Jackson, for
te
flnd that he be furniahad wi
lieu thcroof and that he be furniilhad with
r.r !••,) hive encountered nlentv always substantial and nutritious,
,, a copy of this resolution. dailv cxerciso which a soldier takes
of beef that defied mastication. However,
we do occasionally get good beef, as fine
fat, tender and juicy, as that ever sold in any
market.
it is an "ill wind that blows nobody any It snowed, blowed and hailed. This morn- y,
necessities supplied,
tifl it was with great difficulty that thov
ijfoW 00 foreigners, mostly Germans, who have
Betw
„en
Jhe followiug accounts were referred to ja iy at the offices five or six are every day
the Committee on Claims. I taken into the service. The rule is to take
One in favor of C. Yoorhis, for $2 25.
onl'
3u nn( 40 men apply now
"married men into the army they are
t„. *c enlisted to serve five vears. lheir pay is$ll
tQ month in5lu(ling board,
States service to disgust an honest man
Therefore, be it thrown out of employment and anxious to
,olvefj bv i,e Common Council of the obtain tho means of support. The Army
CUy of that the gaid IIor#ce
I
to return said curbing thrice a week, and it is a violation of orders
t0 the place from whence the same wore! on his part to be uncleanly in person or to
d.®h^
bing in omit changing his under-'clothing twice a
th
w.cck-
ecoraer'
good." However deeply we may deplore ing, (9 P. M.,) while we write it is snowing KnmmliT' *i Tlirfasc
the present hard times, the consequences will finely. The surrounding bluffs are com- Washington"haWng carefully
be beneficial to the people. A general dc- pletely covered, and everything about has.
The rations though often homdy are
week-
On motion, Council adjourned. these other precautionary measures, by
Attest: FRANK STRKET, which disease is kept at a distance, should
A make him the healthiest of men. If the
takes added to
i United States Government could find em-
r^-Last night was blustering and stormv.! ployment'for a larger anny at present, there
,, -i i nn i would be no difficulty in filling its tanks.—N.
TimeSm
jne(j the cau.se and bearings of the
trajejs n 0ur
power.
tobac(,Q crop thig yea- wiU rT.odace
1 t-T-on« Sta,^'1s in this
'-""V0.11
1
Crowbar Law at St. LobIi.
i#wm sorgho Syrup. Tho very practical virtues of "Crowbar Faimre. thr.n«h»nt ii.o n'te i
The Dcs Moines Citizen, savs that a gen- I Law" were tested in this citv, Saturday.—
tlcman of Story County obtained"
Armed with ftn ftttachment^t^en
""thv^ne!
vftult
of E. W. Clarke & Bros.,1 sew York.
who suspended payment not long since. The) M«»ai-hmi«»u..,
result of this ofheial boring was the discov- i obi"'51.'.*?'.!".!!
cry of $300 und the books of the firm, which Kentucky
tho Sheriff took possession ol.—Evening Mifmesou'.*.'.'.".'.
'i I i n o i s
nil Mirylaiwl
Charles II. Test has beaten John i
iue new mree storj bnck block on ciety, rec4fcly dropped into a mock auction 13 failures in Canada West andoin Canada
corner of Main street and Lower Broad-'
S^°P*
way, begins to losk well. The walk are
whicl?
^C^ennd
Srow
the
Cr°P
thlS
ag'
n°'
i. T!r .. to be remembered that there is at this mo
in tho talcs of h.falutm, goto off the follow-
i ing extravaganza, in relation tho trer amount of specie than has ever before
Wasiiinc.tosto
Jonespolitical
pxit q( Georce
quictlv to that
bourne, whither
i ., in debt. Tho Sooth is comparatively free
fr0m
the edSc of Bn
.. .. hyperbola." community.
These great recourfces will assuredly put
mUc!:
C®" Dr. SoLMTirSt, has removed bis ofiee us all right within eight months. This is
Drug Store, near tho
about tbe period when a large body of our
House. i exports will begin to yield us ample re
turns.
tM°™S
the number of reported
AUG. SETT. OCT.
...16
Hi sua
the different aspect of so- In addition to the foregOintf were
stood some time, when the auc- East.
tion.eer
called out, "Mr. Beeeher, why the If we estimate tho liabilities of tbe above
nearly completed, and the outsidn ^ev'' ^on't J00 hid?" He was greatly as-' at an average of $100,000 each, we hate an
i. ».
tonished at finding himself known in such a! aggregate of nearly $100,000,000. The
w»th cast iron window caps and siUs, and *unk how he knew Bcechor. "How do I' of September, up to the 25th, there had
*ben completed, will be the most superb 'know
him? Why 1 hftve been
v 1
TOTALS
...j$ IB
..to
set
13 ii
... .1 ,. a s
*,
Arrival at IftfTWk OM,
Tho imsoct of specie fr$m Europe seems
ty hirMg|i|pencf(Ln jijijjyt The Persia,
which arrived yesterday, brings a round mil
lion, andmmor has it, that morui«. Mt
wav. {jjfetus caution Uw,hopeful^ofl# ili
lock opon tfris actraapMttiM i|| na
tw« csd, mncesikiy |ta not
to ttirew trp their hat 'toomiirai%iiffiktion
at this turn of tbe specie tide. Neither
Engbutd nor tbe Coutinent is in eondition
to boar a heavv drain of the preeious met
als. The indications already are alarmiiw
that specie-payment will soon be as difficult
in London, Paris and Vienna, as it now is
in Boston, Philadelphia and New York.—
When the depleting process has gone to a
point not far off, the Bank of England must
suspend. WestaU sot be surprised to hear
that her suspension took place upon the ar
rival of the news of the suspension in New
Yorki The troth is, this country has not
alone indnlgtd in speculation, excessive ex
pansions of tte creait system and its con
comitant «tr»*gaiice." Frances as deep
in tbe mud as we are in the mire and she
needs but the news of the difficulty here, as
wo needed but the failure of the Ohio Life
and Trust Company, to blow into a flame
the pile that has been'smouldering so long.
She has financiered as recklessly as we, has
had credits as baseless, and adventurers as
greedy as Ours. She must also pay the pen
alty which is already tormenting us. Eng
lond, sounder at the core, has a war on her
hands, of which her wisest statesmen cannot
see the end. Whatever the consequences,
hor vast resources must be expended for the
maintenance of her Indian Empire, upon
which hor supremacy depends. The profits
of her trade for the year past, are iu Ameri
can hands, and those hands arc closed as if
clutched in death. Millions of her surplus
wealth are in American railroad, city, State,
county and other bonds, and but a fraction
al part of the aocrued intcrcst from them,
or expected dividend from our stocks, will
be paid. Her candle is lighted at both ends.
Her American resources are cut off, and the
sluice-ways in which her wealth is flowing
out ia the most unproductive audnnjtrolita
ble of all employments—war, are full of
w*kk
almost to doomsday with eclipse." As
Dodge—lout Pleiad—sailed from the spneo
two yeare ago eo Jones wanders away to
bear him company in the regions of the
infinite Nowhere. Par nobile discomfited
ues
r8 at
rnough
sight, to memory dear."—Chicago Tribune
lllh.
Dtacharced Mmkaaln EBllatlug la the At-my.
-The United States recruiting service is
thriving in tliewo hard times. Since the man
ufactories and other establishments which
give so much employment to the laboring
classes have been discharging their bands,
the enlistment offices in this city have beeu
besieged by those thus thrown out of work.
The United States army will be composed
fold.
better class of men during the next five
Mayor presiding. in eonsoquence of the financial con
Pretent—Aldermen
m,*n-,B*bbbt»04*|jyears
yalsion than it has had in its ranks for a
,, (longtime, lliere are two principal recruit
pkntf.b,
and Tkkvn .* ing offices in the City, one at No.
Minutes olprpvious peeting rcadand ap-. ham-street, and the other at No. 115 Cedar
proved. I street, and thoro are branches of both in
The following accounts were allowed: I different parts of town.
80
parts of town. The recruiting ser-
u- m-.i,™ fn.: vice untUi within a month past was, as it
generallv is in timo of peac
In this condition of thing-, we should
e foolish to expect any long continued in
flux of specie from abroad.—C/ucfl(/o TVifc.
AVasliington, Oct. 31.
Seorotary Floyd was telegraphed for, his
presence being desired at a Cabinet meeting
to be held next Monday, relative to Gov.
Walker and his Proclamation, which will be
censured by the Administration as a direct
violation of his instructions of Sept 8th.—
lie had no authority whatever to pronounce
upon the legality of votes, and was specially
instructed to receive the returns and let the
Legislature determine upon the character.
The friends of Gov. Walker say he has com
mitted an error, and the wonder is that he
i has committed only one, and that after ac
knowledging his reprimand will let his name
go to the Senate. If the lire-eaters choose
to adject him then he will be iu a position to
defend himself and the Adminstration. The
Chat-
duU—
Southern members of the Cabinet apprehend
that this mistake of Gov Walker will re
open tho Kansas fight in tho South and
bring the whole subject again before Con
gress.—IleraM Correspondence.
I rSTWc take the following from the Lou
isville Democrat of the 10th inst.:
"Considerable excitement was created
yesterday at one of the fashionable drinking
saloons of this city, by a lady who uccord
ing to-ka^pwn -tatement will 'soberize the
i men.' Tbe lady aforesaid who belongs to
uppertendom, went into a bar-room, and
called for a hrandv smash, with as much
coolness as a regular male toper, drank the
preparation, deposited a dime, and left.—
clothing
and medical attendance. A certain amount
—$40 the first year—is appropriated for
each man's
clothing. The sum thus set apart
is larger than the actual requirements of
each, and if the soldier omits to draw the
One in far« oft/. W. Babbitt, for$7 40. whole of it vearly, the residue is paid to him
The following resolutions was offered by at the expiration of the term of service. To
each man promotion is the reward offered
for meritorious conduct. Two detachments
of recruits will shortly leave the City to en
ter on the dutios of the soldier: one of 400
men will start for California on the 20th inst.
arid another of 350 will depart—their desti
nation is not vet determined—on the 5th of
The barkeeper, being a handsome man, ha*
struck for higher wages.
Par*ou Brownlow*i Challenge.
Parson Brownlow has written to the New
York Times that he intends to visit tbe
Northern State next Spring, and deliver
lectures on slavery, lie challenges the
Beechers and tho whole host of Black Re
publican preachers and orators to discuss
the subject with him.
The New York Tribune accepts the chal
lenge—but has the unblushing impudence to
i name Frederick I ouglass—black as tar—as
the champion of the North who will meet the
Parson. A hitch between the Parson and
Fred, on the 'nigger' question would be one
of the richest and most entertaining exhlbt
I tions, perhaps that the world has ever wit
nessed.—Lynchburyh Ijryinian.
Going Home.
We noticed, a day or two since, that the
packets for Europe earrv out full loads of
passengers—natives of (ireat Britain and
the continent—migrating homeward, to
escape the hard times here. This step may
seem preferable to them now, but in a few
months there must be many thousands la
borers thrown out of employ in the old
countries, in view of the sudden stoppage of
the American trade.
Many of these home-returning emigrants
carry with them considerable means, the
result of years of toil and economy. A let
ter from Newburyport says that quite a
number of the Irish population of that
section are now returning to Ireland with
the money they have saved.— Philidelphia
American.
to"
Canadian Coinage.
aTOT'
Our wheat crop in 1850 was one hundred
millions of bushels, and estimated that year
at an equal amount of dollars. Since then
a very great stimulus has been applied to
wheat-growing. Then we had only eleven
millions of acres of wheat. Now we have
not less than twenty-five. It is seven years
•'nee then, which is an item to cause increase,
mora-
an|J mu9t bo afJ()o(1 t0 th(U of
yearg)
institution has long been duct of wheat, we have no doubt, will be
!ltK
Silver coinagc for Canada is in course of
preparation. The Montreal papers an
nounce that the government have engaged
Mr. Wvon, the celebrated designer of the
lloval Mint, to make dosigns for a Canadi
an silver coinage, -which will he required on
the adoption of the dollar and cent system
on the first of January nest. The obverse
of the coin is to be the Queen's portrait, and
the reverse a wreath maple with the value
of the coin in the centre.
i the
two hundred and twenty-five millions of
bushels. It may be rated at an equal
amount in dollars.
NOTICE.
All
California will produce forty-five millions
of gold. This will not leave us as hereto-
fore. Then four-fifths of it went away.—
This year four-tffths of it will remain.
Our crop of corn in 1830 was estimated
at two hundred and sixty-six millions of dol
lars. This year we shall have eight hun
dred millions of bushels. It will be worth
more than the sum of that year.
Besides these staple articles, we have a
long list of exports, which would swell the
aggregate amount to an immense number of
millions
vre
h!""e
finished reckoning. It is
mcnt tho Uada o£ tho peopU ft much
accounts di e the i ndkrsigned, must
bo eettlc«i immediately, hy N*i»tc nr otherwise, and
all Notes due, must he pai-l forthwith.
No Credit
aftOTtfciSflatc—October Int. 1857.
Oct3-n*23 mWTLK fc JACKSOSf.
J.
P. CASADT,
I
J.
I). TKST,
,ftr.
"lie been in the United States. Besides, the
Dodge
Pe°Pj°
ow«JC8f•
^8,a PeoPl°'^!,r'e,n0'
and a very general pro/perity,
"ncompu ed „th nud South, pervades the agricultural
W. KIDKN,
S
Council Kiaffs, Iowa.
{J. WliiTK,
Nebraska City, N. T.
AS1DY, TEST, IUDCX fc CO.,
IiAm) AOSNTB
AND
DEALERS IN EXCflA GE,
NEBRASKA CITT, N'EBRASKA.
HAVING
MADE ARRANGEMENTS BY
which we will receive accurate wvpies of all the
Townxhips embraced in the Eastern port hhi«if Nebraska,
we are now prepare*? to offer mir services to the "Sqnat
tcr's of the Territorj*," tiling «1eclaratory SUte-
mcnt^ of Intention to Pre-empt, yeounnp Pre-emptions,
T^vcatinp Land Warrant* and Entering Land.
Laid Warrants Bought sad HottU
JLmmdB Unttnd 0m T4m*9
Parttcular attention paid to buying and selling pfw-r
crty on Conimip^ion al.-o. to tnuking C»Ucclijti6 jipA
forwarding remittanccfi tu any part of the Union.
BLANKS of all kinds always on hand. [nS**.
PORTER & CARTER,
(Successors to R. P. Snow.) '.
E A E S A E A E N S
AND
A«U*i ml Commission Mrnhutl
roR the sale or
McreMlidlzr, Hon«r«. I.ot«. Lands, tr., IKIMI*
Broadway, f'oiinrll Blnff*. Iowa.
C/
I
10XSIGNMKNTS SOI.iCITKD FROM IIOXR AlfD
abmail, anil attended to with promptness and di»
patib.
lermae Porter. Edwin Carter.
Hirem TO
lion. Thomas H. BeMon. Jr. Somr, G. A. Robin*
eon, Wm. n Robjnnn, Cnunoi) Bluflit S. Drnllanl, fevN
o»lo, NtjJM Keclcr, Altany, XT.
Dissolution.
TnK
rO-rARTN*E*SH!P IIKRRTOFORE EXISTING
under the lump ami rlylf ol kI HN &. 11AGGKK
TT, is this day ilisbutved by mutual omscnt. AI1 *c
oouotH ac.unst tlie above rtim, will bo paid liy CYRrS
C. Kt'lIX, Slid all I cuiands due said Bmi, wnl be jia.va
kle t« CYRl'S C. t:i!X-wh« ill minuc tho busi
nc s at tbe old stand, one door West .if the Pwf Otncc.
rVRl'S »?. KI'HN.
month
prominent I been about 4iX failures in the United States,
member in his church for the la*t five vears,' the apigrejrfttc amount of liabilities being
and ft out ilin
C. E. n.UJOERTY-
Council Btnfls, Angnst 29-nlS-u
?!££.
York City, disguised, to toUIf i»4 b» «w »w
Banking lt«H at BaMwin, Dodge St Co. I
Connril Blufft, Iunra, July 1st, 1S6T.
THK
PARTNERSHIP RKRKTdFORK EXISTING
belwpcn the subjicribers under the rtrm of BALD
TTIN, DODGE fc CO., is this day dissolved by mntnal
consent. Lc llov Ti'TTLE retiring snd learifiK the
businessot tlwold Arm to txcloeed up by IULdwinJi
DODGE, who wilt continue tody a Hanking &. Exchange
•asineaa uuder tb* Mine and style or Baldwin Dodge.
JOHN T. BALDWIN,
G. DODGE.
IX ROY Tl'TTLE
July •i-nlO-n (Bugle copy.
0
YKTEHS—a iargesepply at I
Dta
a-i-A-ir-Jflii..
—o»—
HAETF0BD, C0I*.
CASH CAPITAL $200,000
With a Large Surplus.
S. I. Loonli, Prtrident.
If. Kellosc* Secretary.
Itnrics.
XMTRKS STORES, JfKHt'FTANITSR, MILLS, FAC
and perianal property generally, at rate* con
sistent with the hazard asst'mn!.
DWELLING HOUSE8
And their contemn, injured for a term of veara on the
ni"#t favorable term*. Particular attention is given to
this branch of Insurance, by this Company.
Lo*kc» Equitably Adjusted and Promptly FaUL
10# Hew ¥*rk Brandt. 100
Lower Broadway, opposite Post- Office.
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA.
we »r« $% |v«tent in reeeigt
I S O O
.H T-
Worth
Ready-Made Clothing,
Fmrcbaeifcg our Goods for Cash ifiords us lbC oi'portu
nity, u Mil Urem as low u my otter BilallictaMRt,
west of New York. Our aaaortip^M of
....
(assimeres:
ilc O
Are lUM, 4»»bU lBd of K«w Style, which we
Manufacture to Order,
Alto, on band,-a
GENTS' HOSIERY
FURNISHING GOODS:
Viz: Genta Brown Cotton bait bose# (Marino bottom,
Ca$htnere do
Enciiih Double Feet.
Mlrcant Beaver sod Otter Cays, Muffler*
GuanUets.
Cloths Cassimeres, Taffety Lilw
Buck.
Gum Clothing and
Gaunileu and
Glovob
Hats tfc Caps.
We respectively invite country merchants and far
mers. to examine our Stock and Prices, before purrhaj
injr ri«ewhere. Being a Branch of an Ka»te: n House,
enable* us to keep up a general assortment of rxkIs ap*
pertaining to wearing apparel.
ACROSTIC.
en, boys, and yooths, there's plenty 9t no
A II come & look at our stock while we make a pie A
Y ou all want flue or common enits to bu Y
Je which we make to order with skid and taste, &
W ater proof Gum goods to stand tbe rain and snp TV
urcka aod Eaglan and Linen .shh
ts w« hare *m E
1 n tre bats & caps to I-n-k at would cure tbe ennu I
& arge ond Small, to get cheap Oouds, give «s scsl
fc fc
Many thank? to the citizens of Council Bluffs and sur
rounding country, for pa*t lavors and patronage, and
hope tLe continuance of the same.
a y W e i
ONE PRICE CLOTHING WARE ROOMS.
loo lOO lOO
Lower Broadway. Lower Broadway,
Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Tailors Wanted
1
NOXK
rcpi]
a
R. D. AMY.
D0NT FORGET THE
Coflee Boiler
Of Whiob wo
Wholesale &, Retail Slaves & Tin Ware!
A* I HAVE SECIRED
the »cr*i*e» of
,S3eX,lW*H
1 matrass
O. V.MiY
1 b..x mils*
SAMVEI. WlESLM.
1 box
G. Carson.
1 bx fl
C. J. Jo.srs.
1 box machlB^tr
Agent, at Council Bluffj.
3Ut-9tt-«
Octpi^r
M. IUT* j* wm~
'5J„ J'iLLiWINTER ,'J»
O I N
MAY k WEli
CLOTHING HOUSE
DRY-GOODS,
B«y»
YOUTHS & CHILDREN.
Davis,
Gloves.
—ALSO—
Alex inIer'« Bl.Kk aud Fancy Kid Gloves, White and
F.i'i y Merseille-* Shirts and Cellars? Silk and
Flannel Shirts and Uniwer Wimi lined Fancy
Traveling Blankets, and PupUnette KoUu*,
F.mcv Cheuelic Scarfs, bnk Velvet,
tfiMeniaafid ilariuo Scarfti, bilk
tUd Opera Ties Shawls, Paris
4b u* Woul sole Leather, trunks,
,1 Vaiises Carpet Bags,
OTIC
erriyTicyr
s
l.QlAftTCX
Primary .,.$§40
rreparatory, tT*
Jn»iiiT» ,..-.10 00
Instruction ou JPUod OC £uiur 16 00
1't.c ot lofftruncnt 0 00.
Vocal Mule. ,.t 00
Incidental!
All the Kni!li«h branch.! niiulljr Uofht Id the flrit
lUuvlasiiMtiwi, Mtethcr *lth Latia mt Greet, are
included in the above tprnis.
It l» highly important that Fopil. ihonld cmnmeiice
ai the open
lug «i the ttuacter, aud tie ia
tendance.
Nodeductimw after enliance, exept In rniea of pre
traded mnen. t. B. SUE, rrladpal.
Conncil Bluff*, Aug. 1-nM-u
]Votic©.
WK
HAVK HOW 1\ Sluab TUfc i-OLLOWTIKO
which if not called for .ir:d charges piiJ,
we will M*it on the 14th of N^vomber nett, to p»y
freight atM) charge*, at our Warehouse in
Council Bluff*
TOOTLR JACKOOK.
a s ncxfMW.
hxi iurto%,,
Stepmk.v Carroll.
I bale Liue*.
ABES Allen.
box mdne
1 cbe*t do|
2 bundle^ do
L.W. R.
2 hbl rmWM
Tbckan1. Howy
1 bbl corn
A. J. Baker.
1 tKx rod*#
Wm. Burton
buX ttdf#
K. TODI).
6 chair ft)
1 w«i.Hhi«tand$
I chii-l'H vtiairj
Joseph Haroma*
box mdeej
OeteJber n-a2&-tt
D. C. BLOOMJCR,
HATS & CAM
A
4
2 BOOTi fc SHOES,
XOTIOXg,
Im I®KE*8WABI2,
111 1
GLASSWAlCCy
CLOTHIXG, &.C., am
COST!
They will close cut tbeir EXTIRK STOCK at
PRIME COST FOR CASH!
REMEMBER'.—At the 'Bee Hive,' Store,
So. M, Palmer's Block.
n2fi-u TIIOIIPSO.V k SIEGBIST.
Insurance Capital Enlarged
ffOBD. COWW.
lncorvorated ISI1I. taartcr Pevyetual.
HUired, 7lb Jul,, 1887, to
Cash Capital $1,000,000
ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED!
S U U S 1 2 2 1 6 2 1 1
With the Prestige of 88 Tears'
Success and Experience.
Preside at.
T. t. Brace, Sr.
Robt Buell,
E A Bulkeley,
S S Ward,
Sam'I Todor,
Joseph CbnftiU,
K Flower,
O Riplef,
A
A
Tut tie,
Mather,
7. Pratt,
Uillyer,
Keney,
A A cxander.
C. 11. Brainard.
OrnctRS.
I. 6. RIPLEY. T.
A.
ALEXAMHER,
PieMdcnt. Vte President.
THOS. K. BRACE. Jr., Secy.
7. B. Bennett, Gen Agent.
—lNSl'HES AGAINST THE—
DANGERS OF FIRE!
—AND—
Perils of Inland Kavig4^i.
jU as Liberal Rules and Rates aslliskf
Assumed Permit or for Solvenq/ and
fair Profit.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO
laiarance ol Dxvcllins* Farm Property, 0at
Baildioss and Cements.
Such insured for peri dsf 3 to 5 re.irs on tfao moet fa
vorable terms.
LOSSES EQUITABLY ADJUSTED
—AND—
O Y A I
ivrm 4
UMI
Er«
of the nvnt
valuable and srientiflc W'ork
men in Jowa, Mr. WILLIAM
11
New Goodd!
PHllMPS fcCO., ARE OPKX1KO A GOOD
assortment of
I^oTtT
Ahoes, Leather, Shoe Find-
toes. Ate., which they wilt adl by wholesale or retail*—
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Cash Paid for 11 ides.
Council Bluffs, Sebt. 6-nlP-3in
GREAT BARGAINS
v 'rf
v 4f:
K
I box md*#«
w -i
S O E
Mo. Emyire MtdL
6.
HARD TIMES
MADE EASY
AT TI1E
Thompson & Siegrist
OP^ T^klR EXTIM STOCt
Doogbtj & Co.,
Have
just received a large stock
(If Spring und Summer Oood. to ohletl tkf? jnvtt
respectfully invit« (lie Lodiw or tuia city and vmSiiUj,
to call and cjamiiie ucfore puithaMug el«ewhere.
We would inQ!t rea|iecUull}' ex lead u«r iuTitaiio« io
the Merchant! in the »urrounding country, who are flt
tinx out Stuclu for the Sprint Trade, tu call and exam
ine our itock of Good!. Ilere you will find everything
any country may demand. Asx.ni oar atoci may he
Brwirfii, It
4wttnmn r%
Mk*lf Mmrdumrif
French P.-i»luia.
Chambreys,
PrintM anU Lswnti. *1#^, I
Brocba Loiw and Shawls,
Cham. Laic Lwg
Plain and Kmb'd Crspe
-Printed Caaiuucte bhAVi#.
Manallas,
Parasols, of every atylo^
Kmbro*der*es,
Laces
1^1
Kid Olo
Botiery,
mmsim
w
RibtoML
Flowers, ax.
ALIO-A& immense stock of
Boots dbSlioes
Ot every deKriptiua «r« clfer cbcap.
twflll,
of mil kindl,
w,
JBmStlmfi, -t
•M Ctmth*,
rjr '""i" i
We iaTalnt'raeaiTed luce ud veil .elected stock of
Oroceries, Wines ft Liquors,
which we are now opening, and invite tbe attention of
country dealers, requesting them to cail belor*
purchasing eUewbere. We assure then
we can sell tbem Goods as
sonable as
any floufc in
Town. We bare
60 Chests T. B. Tea.
60 Imperial
100 sacks C.'tTce.
80 hhds Sugar.
60 Bbls
25 Belcher's SjT®P.
16 Golden
100 Boxes aPNorted CandieA*
60 Star and ^oarta®
60 Palm Soap.
60 oxide IWe
2000 Jbs Hanjs.
3000 As Shoulders.
am Ciear Sides.
FURISIITUKB
We have n m* in Store the largest and best assortment
of Fl'RNJTL'RE ever offered tn this scction. Haviug
eve. y lacility of obtaining the latest patterns, and there
fore receive none but articles of
Taste, Elegance fc Durability,
Would most respectfully call the attention of the citi
zen? of Council urT= and adjacent country, to onr Urge
and rich a»:»ortmeni nyw on band at the STAR STORK,
among which may b,
Sofas,
Rnrestis, TI 'X
Chairs,
1
Looking Olastt^
Quartette Stsrnfl,
French Bedsteads,
Tables,
Stands,
Uat Stands,
50
40
20
75
60
25
20
25
25
25
40
25
50
A
Losses Paid $10,437,312 .84.
If wealth, truh a steady aud pn inpi atteniioa to a
lesitim.itr Insurance Lusines with tbe execution ot
c-inuaiu in k«.hx1 faith, have inducements with the pub
lic in selecting their i:n«le.writer—we reter them lur
te»t of quality our «'taiius u» tbeir putronage, to re
cords or p&ft service#, tendering their coutiniunco with
increjMng abiluy and facilities in tutuie.
'Choice First-Class' Indemnity may be Ef
fected without Delay, with this well
knmrn and able Corporation, thro'
JNO. T. BALDWIN Ceancil Bluff4
Sep. 2i-nS2-u
PIANOS! PIANOS!!
WJF.
pp]v unless gootl Toting
AuiPri. ,1 Clothinif HouM. MAV & WEIL.
Sept. 26-nvJ
n.VVK Jt'ST nECElYKD S('MK PIAX08,
TV tJUlTARS, Instruction Books, aud a due
aasortmetit of ^IIEF.T-MUSIC. of tbe latest*
publication*. All of which may be obtainqd-^
on the most reasonable terms, by applying to
«6-u j. a. u£i
20
25
25
20
1 fin REUS PURKLEAD, JLST RECEIVED AT
1 UU IIONN «t JICCLELLANDB.
Conncil Blulft. August S-nlft-u
for sale at tho
MS HITS
ATTHF, CITT MI I.I.—COL \CIL HUFFS—
fx MAM fjek. fciTIlA KAJtli.V Fl.OVR.
1.ASS Tl'ARE— A mammolb lt(xk at th*
niu BEE HITS.
GL
40
BBLS. MOLASSES—Jnat recclvod and for
•at* at tbe BKE HIVE.
kOOR Rl'GS—tomething new—they can be found
at th* REE HIVE.
l'E£.\SVARE-A Ian* aasortment or flood
styles, car r* found at til* BEE HITE.
Bins FLOUR—superior brand*, for a*l*
at the BKE HIVE.
500
FIand
RMTt RE—A lar«* aaaortment tint recelvM
for aale low at tb* BEE RITE.
tirOOOE.I WILLOW WARE—all klada tor
VV
mnGGEnv whoiK well known in tbiso mmunily. I am
prepared to wait ttjxm* the public is the latest styles and
the shortest notice.
farticnlar attention sriren to Hooftffir. ar»d J»l Vork.
Work warranted. Work done at the
shortest notice aud
en living terms.
tJ*Call at the old stand, ef D. AMY, Mam
Oio^ 5, Ilead ot Broadway, Madison Strew..
aale at the BEE HIVE.
BOOTS
St SHOES—a very large stock of Oent'*,
Ladiea', Boy't, Jtlaa aad brfaat'* wear—for sal*
low, at tho BEEHIVE, i
10
tl.OTHIINS—A iaa(QlSYnt itock *f Spring and
Summer Clothing, for tale tow ai the
Dftn Btt HIT
HH».
BACON-Jnat i«c«i*«( aM for tale
at the
Fresh
Er*P. S —Tin Ware at St. Loois price for CASH,
nl-u
o» band, and for vale at th* BEE RITE.
Fresh
tomatoes-*
Cuitage BcdsUa^a,
Bordo Cases,
De&ka,
Baskeu,
Usttrasses, 1
Pillows,
DiniitK Tables,
BAGS OF RIO COFFEE-3or ule at tb*
STAR STORK.
BAGS CAPE COFFEE—(or sale at tbe
BABBITT 4 BOW,
e
What
sua* Srtxi Swiiri.
IMHMMMr.,
MUKKMk
IUIW4U A
if* *fo*»xx block
jv'issiir'0™1**
's
We bare a large stock of
Cloths, Cusiatn^
Satinets, sad Testints, of every descriptive.
ijClotliingr,
READY MADE Tor Men and B. vs.
GENT'S FIR.M§H»G CiOODS,
ft MM ut C«m etc.
w
now h»r,l,Wl
ife
COUNCIL BLUFF#
Wwtk
Urn C«S
ESSf SiSSSSSiUsssf
fi
Cmrptmitr't T—it,
ftuWwH «*«*ery rariety
nwariMfNTIri 'i
We h«ve tiOt SBXSS GOODS, amoof 4» W
found
Rleb Ciltoi, pttin, ftfurtd s&d pUIM.
Pebtftas, plain and puidtd.
Berefte Rob«, .•#«•?
Beregcs, plain, printed Ad satin MpOi'f
Printed Swis»e«, t-.
Printed Jnoonet's. w.-s"*
French Musi ins. -A
OrfAndrJee, v^-:
Crape Bereges, black litf sulnrX
Prtated CbSlUto,
Paris Moo# de Laiaea.
Brilliant®, Kreocbli AmiriCM.
French Prinu.
Defy Competltka. Ss
Brsi.vtss
Cuuatry X*rch*Ma
OOOOS jb n* »lUt |TII||»
St Louis Pricesf"~rSI
••t-
i 1
HW
tampnastm:
-it# Utt\ i
tfvt-
JAT'S CeMrttM CWtr* BraR PLOCO** oa k^
Sfn^uoJ1 PH^-U-aiJSi
ki^h
"QUORS ke»t
Bisd and for sale in the stiiiam!packacw*
c»u Hd Kuala* NT Stacks
to
KAERITT ROM**
VktkelMHet«f fMaea B1«J
City S Rarraaadiai Cmtryi
iK£AT REDl CTIOir Dl
As the Sea?a ts adrascixtf, we are nlliM a^jk^
ooat, our LARUR AND COMPLETE STOCK tf ~E"'
Blch Silks aud SatinM
Raresn. Lawn, Lawn RobCK
Auiped Orfaiidle Lawnal
OrgaoUie Robesi
Chatieties Irish FbpelttM| Wf.~
Manti]iai in Silk kLaee.
Call and tisatne the abuve. as we are daisnta^M
6abbitt tRuaTiT
Pb-BiTSSyr
Bosieryv
Ladtta* aBd Cblldreu't Cutton, Liie IkvMtf aBl
Ho»iery ot ald**crl nious and tfratfe*.
—ALSO—
l^tie*' Cotton, Ule Thread, stlkaad KM Ol
l«w Fillet. Mita and Uluvaa.
Parasol*, Fwu, At., «tc. Fa/(ale at No S. 1
Mock
White Gssds A EMbrsl^ries^
$k'
we are just in receipt of a largv stock of pSafe.
•eck and striped Swtcs Jaconet and tfalnwofc HesluB
Pvtted and Figured Mostins
IC^ruidered Hashn for Basque*
A
Embroidered Roher and Skirts
Embroidered and Itdce HaadktrehH|fl|fr
Rich CoiUra and r#
gM a large and complete stock of Eiubroidered Bdaial^
wefDsti, Ftoanctnas Mid Bands Iiintta and
Oamhrtc ilandkertbiefa.
for sale at No. 6, Phonix JUock.
rabbitt k moaaO!
Carpetingw
RJ t^peatr?
lCiiraln Carpet:nga, 1. 2 i&d 3 ply,
ytne snd Kxtn Fjne
Stair Oarpennf. Stair Lloeas.al! widths
Burr and White Uol laud
fur Window CvialM1
t»:lt transparent Window Chides
Cortatn Oamask of all kind*
For eal* by UARB1TT k ROSS-.
Fresh Salmon.
80 dot cans snd ha!f cars freib SAtJIOV a
article, for aale at ihc Banner store hr
'•a* a- babbitt it
STAR stork.
BAGS OLD JAVA COFFEE—for Mile at
tb* STAR STOKE.
HALF CHESTS IMPERIAL TE IS—tor
bale al ilic STAR STORE.
HALF CHESTS YOC.NG HYSON TEA—
lur sale at th* STAR STORE.
HHDS SUGAR—lor ule at tbe
SIAR STORE.
BBLS STAR WHISKY—Tor iK at the
STAR STORE.
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BRANDIES
for ule lh* fcTAK STORK
MLR BEST CIDER TIKCGAR-fornlt
at tbe STAR STORE.
HALF BBLS TAR—tor ule at tbe
STAR STOR*.
IBU MACTLEKEL—for rale at the
BACKS SALT—for *ai* at th*
STAR STORK.
500
For Bale
1 0 0 0
A 3 a o u a u
ti
AIM ft larc# qnntitv of JtlddlinKt, Shorn AS Bra)
Thr highest in.irkct price tn CASH paid (or Wheat.
nS«.
)IE FRl'IT—a larfe itock aanrted ktnda, for aale
at tb* BEB HI YE.
J. PALMER. LAZ KOBLE.
J. H. Palmer & Co.,
Biuikeri
Real Estate Agents,
Office—!»•. f. hhacr'tBhtk, trmmtmmy,
cocsciL BLcrn, iow v.
COIN,
EXCHAXCK AXD LAND WARRANTS
BotKht and 8lili Collections ia Western Iowa and
Xrbraxka prcnipilr- attended to( City and Town Proper
t» and Lasdi purchased and soldi Mure mroted and
Ta*e« paid Interest piil on Speci-' Deinxita.
Especial attention airen to Boytag and Selling Prop
erty in Omaha jlly, X. T.
RETEREXCES:
#. tOwxitSD, Cashier Cheater Co. Bank, Pa.
LiwmeoTT. Corl-i*. fc Co., Phlladalpbla, Pa.
C.
T.
Corns. Caahler, Richmood, Indtaaa.
W. S. T. MoaTOH, CenlreTille. Indiana.
RcvftoLDa. natcBra
h.
Piract, Lafvyett*, IM.
R. O. PEARCE. Xew Tork Ciiy.

BITE.
peaches,~chebries,
ia»r *r aimior
tulilr, for aal* :. ttk* BER HTVR.
CAP^—Caiiimere,
W. SI!*- fttWlW iWt
fr- M'f 1! tfc* BrT HP T.
w«pw
Hon. r.to PEBM.RTO*, 1*.
Pabki fc ASOKEWS. LotnberaMD, St LmI% Ka
TOOTLC A FAitLCTra, St. J«a*|M, Ito.
Toou.k fc jAcaioa, CoBoal Bloth, l*wa.
I.eas fc Rauh, Ft. Detnoin, Iowa.
PorrLETO* fc BT»a, Otnaba City, !*. f- 1
P^scH.in w. wcodwasd, .Cbi-atr IHiarli.
J—l- P' I-.-" ?0
Fresh Fruits*
too doc. caoa Prachc*, Strawberriea, fee.. J*
eelvej at No. 5, ^beentl Block, and lor eal* by
BABBITT It
'••Hi' (iiirain nil iiirtiiirtiaiti
Sardines*
nNr^bx flROlN'ES ia balf aod quarter boi
•rlor article—tor nal* by BABBITT It
1"
Rocking Chairs,
Wash-Stands,
Wuiiuw Curtain? and Trimmings.
Every variety and kind of the ab'.ve named articles
can be found at the STAR STORB, all of the most ex
quisite wurkminship. aiu1 comprisinp the tcost lull and
rich assortment west of ibe Mis»issippi River.
TnK
Call
STAR STORK.
BBLS CRUSHED SUGAR—for sale at th*
STAR STORK.
BBLS WHITE COFFEE SUGAR—tor
•ale at ibe STAR STORK.
BBLS GRANULATED SUGAR—for Ml*
at tb* STAR STURK.
BBLS BEST GOLDEN SYRUP—for tale
at tb* STAR STORK.
BBLS. BELCHER'S SYRl'P—for tale at
tbe STAR STORK.
tau OLD RYE W Ht&KY—f uu at tbe
-M
Brandy Peaches*
SO dot. to GL ASS—Jnat rccatved at So. •, Phnwt
Block, aad tor aalo by BABBITT A ROSS.
Jellies.
TfRrm
0, 'f t
SW *». JELLIES—a great THWtT aotf ef tk*
quality.
Also, TO packages fresh Teas
40 boxes CODFISH^
900 drniu# fresh Flfiflt
1000 1Kb
Sup Dairy Salt, Im.,
jwt received and for sale at extremely low rates, at
6, Pbecntx Block. BABBITT
Ready-Made Clothing,
rNDKRSIONKD RAVE A LARGE SToife
of Ready-tfiidc Ciotbias suitable to the seaifltb
which (he are selling at cost to cluse HUa hramch of
bitsUiess.
Euadic oar Priets
BABBITT fc R08S§
%v.
B, Mnto Ma|(kt
ftodl Blnak, lose lat. 1867-nT-a
mw"
C. VOOBHIS, ir
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
Goods, Boots & Shoe*, Hardtcar*i
Queensware, Cutlery &£., Ac.,
Council Bluffs, Iowa
ISt«i*Htoom.
S NOW RECEIVING fc OPENING AT HtS
on Cpper Bruadw.iy, our of tb* Mai
aeiectod stocks of Mcrchatidtae tliai haa been broucM*r
this liy.
Urnpl* mnd JFmtrg Mr/f
STAR STOU.
TIERCES RICE—for at*
at tb*
STAR STORE.
Consisting in part of Duaeatics, Prtota, Qiaghaat.
Cottnnadea. Clotba. rinawli, Lawna, Ricb Dim
Aood*. Mantilla*, Skirt*, Hoaiary, Mbboa*, IToikH^
etc., etc.
M»Mi gAen.
My aaaortment of Bonta and Show ia cnmplct*. &•'
bracing all the desirable styiea and raiiona gradaaflMF
mew, wonten and children.
Mmrd varr, 6/as« iWWbt
CaaataaUy an band and will beaeld low. IK*.
i*rawrfSi Wl
My stock of Grocerlea will he fall. rb*ta. UttjjSr
aortcd and sold ibe loweat Market prices. Wboleaala
and Retail.
I would re*rwM"fly ciil the aftentioa of my old c«a
tocM aad othera to my One stork now arriving, aw
ing tb*m that ny terms and prices shell be a* latwf
ble aa tboa* at any oth*r Hotu* in Council Blnffk.
m-n c. voomn*'
c. SvTT. P. A. TniTLK.
t.
B. Axixxaw.
Merchant's Exchange Banf|'
OP
H. C. NUTT & CO.,S
Council Bhtffs, loma.
MoxtrsRECEIVED
ON DEPOSIT, PAT A BLEW
demnnd or at apaoiMd (tat*, with or »lllnt»»
Mrot, aa p«r afreeaicnt with depoaitar*.
Transferable Certiflcates of Depoaita isaMd «rb*n.Sp.
aired.
W* draw direct on Sew Tork, a4*tea, Pb.ladelf^
Detroit and Chicago, and ave
also perfected
an arrajor
ment by which we Isaur Drafts and Letters or t'r«tlt en
the principal Bank*n tn On* Hundred aad Flfty-SavM
Citieaof Bnrcp*.
CttllacUoua wad* in Weatarn Iowa afsd Sastwn He*
Iwvka. free
of ckarg*, an1 rontttM at muiwt rat*a ef
Bkehaac*.
W* r*c*ivo orders to Buy aad S*U ca CaaBMtaa
ftaal Eatatc tn Iowa or Ncburka
Invest M'jner for Catitiallat*, aM B«y aad Ball L*ad
Warrants at current rate*.
RcrtBSItCBg:
U Boa AT fc Co, K City
Drexel
»a fc W»i
auu
Cork*ar
wAtu* Co. lusn. lUa.
Ia*ib R. Pltltll k«
fc Co, Ptuia Pa.
TxaxoKT Bans, Moai'r,
Tanuaat.
lilTtTlmc Esq Boston
It. G. Btut fcO*. All tan,
nima,
DMnil, MUSIMR'
Michigan.
OA MATS ARB CAPS. FOR SAXJI
1
tfU ^•'y »t tMgwMW. Br
Bin iSlI .TACEtOJ».
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