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jjy "ConVrrsation sl ould be pi. asm-
i'.hout lourrilt'y, witty vriilmtii n fl o". n 1
Wned without rcuW.ry, muc
Gentlf men never wmr." So
ttxi Washington, who, we believe, never
allowed profane swearing while in coin
sued ( the armv of ti e rcuilutinn.
TT commend the l'ollowii to the cm -aideration
of buili'ers, and (hose wisiiinf
to build. Good material for the ni..rmi'.o
lure of the kind of brick referred to, ure
abundant in this pla'f,niid whoever migl.
tuocwed in their manufactuie, would hav.
a fortune at command.
We were iihown lately, says the Wis
eoniin Telegraph, an entirely new im p
rial for the construction of buildings. 1:
it a preparation of sand and hint tit ir.w
wauldf, and operated upon by h powrrtV.!
prafi. The ecimen we miw, hvi i'w.r
ihree times the super iiui.il are.. ! e .'in
iron brick. They are m-.de with i.n
apace in the centre, occupying otic-hai.
the lenglh and about one-ilurd ilic bread. r
of the brick. Those we saw were a h .11. 1
omo gray color, as smooth as itremeu
atone could be, and apparently, us solid
as granite. Their real solidity, was aboii.
nual to a irood burnt brick, though they
bad been made but about three works, ana
timaand exDosure are t.iU io .iwrileo
ihem contiaually. They c;ui li lurmsh
das cheaply s buck; iin.-.o suue lii
culty is developed with i..r.l 10 il.im
not now apparent, il seems to us they inus
coma into active demand for building pur-
pases. They would cii'.nitily appear U!
beautiful as the. liucsl s uric, tt.l making
as they do, a hollow woli, Willi a iitwu h
iatarior surface, tliey can be papered
init. or rtninted or whi-e-washed, with
out the least necessity of lathing or pl.s
JJf-The New York correspondent f
las Washington Unit n. :, that the free
banks of Ind'iAtw are priu.-ipally ownvd
V brokers rn New York, Cincinnati, Do-
lail, aud ether ci'ica.
Dclikis. A dispaich from Washing
,ndat4 the 6th, srys WiHard P.
daclinestha Governorship of Nebraska,.
Sr. Carter's Ccngb Ealsam
ggT Is the most pWsant ami efficacious reme
dy for Coughs, Coks, As'.hrua, Consumption
ad all diseases of the Lain;, ever offered to the
public. Our ever varying climsrfo, end the cold
bleak winds of the north s.nd west produr
coughs and colds dangers colds, which de
r.tndof tbe wis It prodent,the earliest attention
Far this purpose no remedy ha-s ever been disco
vered which has efleclod so many cures, anil
-which seems to Rive sueh universal satisfaction
tosll.as Dr.CASTr.a's Con oh Balsam. Read
w, haveyotiacooh? Do not neglect it. De-
ay isdaagerous. Use this Ualsarn, at once, and
it will effectually c ;re you.
jy Price VS rents ber bottl, lari; bottl-i
'91, or six bottles for f c.
Kor sate at lr. Easterly's Pa-nily Madicine
tsr, soufiesitt corner of Third ami Chestnut
d., 8t. fyoms, Mo.
Aso, sold by P. A. Sarpy, St. Mary, Iowa.
tad by dealers in medicines K''llerj!lr in M
Sr. Easterly's IodLossnd 8iirmpriUi.
3T It is the only preparation that It worthy
t the least confidence of the public, for the
care ot those diseases artain; f i sin so impure
tat of the blood, viz: Scrofula, or King's
Esil, White Swellings, Enlarged Glands, Fever
Veres, Pimples on theftce, old Sores and Ul
seff. Blotches Biles, Nervous AITeetioas, Cau
sers, Erysipelas, Rheumatism, fiypilitie Dib
asics,. Psins id the Bones and Joia'.S, Hh '
Worm or Tetter, Scald Head, diseases of the
Kidneys, Mercurial Disease?, ice. Dr. Eas
terly's Ionise and fisHSPAan.La, is com.
pounded of those articles which simuHaae
MUily act on the different organs of the bedy,
and possess the most erTieient cleni-ini; and heal
ing properties. Hundiads of the most intelli
lnt and respectable families in St. Louis, have
used it, and speak of it in the highest terms of
praise, his mmliciae is six tims itrenfsr,
cheaper and better than any other preparation
tJT Price, 91 per Bottle, or six BoKJes f.ir
y- For sals at Dr. ASTERLY'S Family
liedieins Store, corner of Third and Chestnut
streets, St. Louis.
Also sold by P. A. SARPY, K. M.ry, Iowa,
and by dealers io medicine generally, in the
jyResdDr. Easterly's adrertiseroeats io
another column of our paper, and gire him a
Sr. Easterly's American Oil Linonent,
bis valuable Liniinent, combines the most
efficacious articles kncwnforall tiie V4riou
forms of disease requn ing in external applicv
tioo. One of its prineijial active ingredients,
is the AtfiaicA Oil (or Petrolium) which is
univeisally known to possess rare IIkammu
aad CcasTiva PaorEartra. This Oil, wheu
combined with other va! jahle remedial agents
f kuown and sstabliehcd efficacy, forms a safe
ted sore reuiedy for Rheuoiatism, Bruises,
fc'prins, Cuts, Wound.', Burns, Scalds, Old
floras sod Ulcers, Scald Head, Tetter, Ring
Worm, Erysipelas, Piles, Camera, Slid Joints,
Caked Breasts, Paralysis, Contracted Tendons
or Cords, .e., and also for Strains, Spavin,
Scratches, Chsfes, Saddl and Collar (Jail,
Sores, Wounds, Fistula, Sweeney and Poll Evil
IB horses. This Liniment has a direct and ow-
srxul axtion upon the secretory and absorbent
saacls, stimulating thein to a healihy action
thus enabling tbein to throw off the morbid Of
diseased matter which obstructs the circulation,
thus removing all diseases or injuries of the
Bones, Muscles, Csrtilla ges, Nerves aud Skin,
Ous bottle will convince the most skeptical
f its wonderful efficacy in curing Ilruises,
fipieioi. Klsuoiatism, Paiues, Soreness and
tiffness of the Joints, Ac.
Dr. Ksiterly's American Oil Liniment is,
without sseeption, His most valuable remedy
rr retf"ta'4H f alt !isi f Msa er
Pcftit, requiring nn rV-rnal ap ilication.
Price ifi cents per bottle, or five but' lea
tit on dollar.
A liberal di-co'int made to wholesale
purr'in-ers who lniy to 1 again.
JJ,y Tor sal at"Tr. Easterly's family M.'d
irine Store, southeast corner of Third Rial
Chestnut streets, St. Louis.
Also sold by P. A. Sarny, St. Miry, Iown,
and by dealers in medicine generally, in the
(j'y Reed Dr. Easterly's advertisement in
another rolumn of our paper and give liim a
.,11. .I"'-'"- .
TESTIMONT Ol-' A PHYSICIAN'.
Extractor a letter d itcd Piilsburgh, Jarma.
rv I2lli, If"1-: "1 "''I nay that your M.iftang
Liniment is the bent Liniment I ever used, 1
HVf useil H in my uvm in.-, i.,r.
art of the rpine, for spihal irritation, With
. .. . . . n.,rt II.. tn..r
complete s -cress. I used it a few niclits apo
uhnn I was nerfectlv crooked, andmv back in
complete torture., from what the hooks would
call Ojiisthotonic condition of the -Muscles,
which vo'i know i about as bad as "lock-jaw."
n,neri.ile u lief, and 111 the morning I
i l.l.e a ir-it'a percha man, and with
pain. The medical profession, you
as I til
know, have n great aversion to tlieie kinds or
remidiri, but from a knowledge of the lntrfd
ients of the Mustang Liniinent, I would liavi
no hesitation in recotnmemling it, wherever a
remedy to relieve pain is indicated. 1 have re
commended it in a number of cases in my own
practice, and as far as I can learn it has acted
with erjual celerity and certainty as in rny Own
rase. Hoping; that it may be used fur and
Irive away pain, wherever it exists, and that, is
may remunerate you well for your exertions
or brineui' so valuable a remedy before the
public. Truly your.
GEO. II. K fc. YShK, SI. D.
See advertisement in auober column.
Dr. EasterlT, Fever and Ague Killer-
ffST" Is warranted to cure all cases of Ague
and Fever. Chills and Fever, Dumb Ague, In
termittent ai,d Remittent Fever, and every form
of Fever incident to the west. If there are suf
ferers in St. Louis, we say try it, and if it fail
to cure, the money shall be refunded to the pur
chaser. More thau
TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND BOTTr.r.S
have been sold, and in no instance has it failed
to etrect a permanent cure as far as heard from
Pi ice Jjl pjr bottle, or six bottles, 9-5
jy For sale at Dr. Easterly's Family Mcd-i-ine
Store, southeast corner of Third nnd
C lestnut streets', SI. Louis.
Also sold by P. A. Sarpy, St. M.iry, Iowa
a id by dealers in medicine generally, in the
IV Dr. F.a-'tiiily'a advc ti--euieiit in
sui-tfior column of our ;.upcr and give hiui
ONE UIM1R BI.LOW W . IX4.SCV k bTOKK
Qxttsil l&Jtf Cfty, E73tL.
1TF8 the attention of the la-
ies and gentlemen to tns asori-
ineut of Jewelerv and FancvGoods
in part consisting of the fol'owing : Gold and
Silver Watches, Lockets, 5".r-riLgs, Breast
pins, Finger-rings. Chains, Ineils and Pins,
Stc. Violins, Accord-mi, Flutes; also, an ts-
so-tnie.it or Toys, Ate.
AH of wbieh will be sold at the lowe
piiees; every article warranted to bo as recora-
Ttie rrea'et attention will b" paid to the re
pairing of Watches and Jewehy; all work
flHF. subscrihi-r will visit St.
i. Mary on W dnes.l iy's and
Glenwood on Tu-sd tv 'h and ISatur-
day's of each wenic. and will supply tU'-se
markets with Fresh Meats, Butter, Egga, and
V-igetabb'S, t the markr't price
Sept27,iltf P. EORNER.
i OVES f t ii o
,8ARPY it ENGLISH
QA PCS. Hickory Shirting, for sale low, at
tJ GRttA E, KINNEY 4- CO,
ept 27 'M.
3AIilJ7'3 STE.VM I'ERRY BOAT
2J, n & li H A r K A .
I'll K s i t' AM lilt NEBRASKA IS RL'N.MNG
ST. MARY Sl BELLEVIEW CITY
rpiiE Nuhranka is a new and splendid boat.
X manned by experienced officers ann crew
Uclleviaw City, Nebrauka, is opposite Hi. Mary
comiiii; to Nebraska should come directly to
This is the front gateway to the most important
and interesting portion of Nebraska. Bear iu
ST. MAIiT BELLEVIEW CITY
are the two best points tor the emigration to
lStllcvicw City, July l ISM. nl-tf
VoiUiae 2, Nutnbor 1,
COMMENCING JULY 1ST, 1854.
THE LAKGIS AND INCREASING DE
maud for tha "Liitls Koresler" havuigex-iikustt-d
the maia body of our hies fioin Jan.
11, wa rhhall divide tlievoiuina into two, of sis
mouiln each, lu.-tcad of one of twelve Uiouliib,
thereby enabling all who may wish it, iu eoui
uieurs'witU a new volume ihe 1st of July. As
soou i.i our remaining fite.i of hack nuniberi
are gone, which will ha in about two weeks,
we shall mark each subscriber for July 1st, aoi
send tiiem the June number free of charge.
Of the character of the ''Little Forester"
we leave its friends to judge. The hearty up
poit winch it has received fioin a large cms of
uioit sppiecmtii.g pcojile of the WlhI, is the
bent evidence of it woith. We thdll, with an
iucieSBiiiir; patronago, uiake such improvements
as expe-icice and pi o perity may auggejl ill
luttur he.ug veiy suggestive.
To l'sients, TcacLcis, aud the Liltle People
tlicimclvei, we commend the work, and feel as
sured fioin the history of our favorite little en
terprise that they will make a grand elfuit to
extend its cii dilation. An enterprising person
may ina couple of hours, secure a club of 23,
in almost any village, as the eliurts of many
have proven. We are receiving order for large
clubs to Sunday Schools, and it will be seen
that we furnish til -m very low.
The ''Little Forester" has been pronounced,
the Religious l'tesu, ''the cheapest and neatest
paper fur the young in the United Status," and
we intend, by the aid of our f-ieinls, to keep
good the good opimou every where formed iu
TERMS IN ADVANC8I
One copy ooe year, 23 centsi S3 eopie s ou
year. P,l; ou copies one year, liJ,isi.
Adaress lue tunoraiid i-roprieior, posi paiu,
sep 27, Cineiimai, Ohio.
A lF.l UTILE fancy notions for sle as
iean as do (. at the cheap raalt
ns af ?i;CKOIf. C-
LANDS FOR. SALE.
IE SUBSCRIBER being desirous of innv
i,, l.. f'i, liriirmn. filers loi sale ins
HrinrsiKsn of lhi) acres, situated on inc
siR'e road between St. Joseph and Council
UinHs x wiles South of Council lilurTi and 4
North of the village of SI. M.iry, and near
the Miisouri river, in Mills County. lows: anil
Oppo;le Bo'leview, eovasKa, i.
AUo. 40r! acies of Thmius Land near St.
M.irv. nnd UlH) ncres of Tim BF.RF.il Lano on
the Miouri river, and near Ulenwood. These
T.nndq are r!i in Mills Comitv. Iowa, and pre
sent uidiiceinentsjo land pun Im-hts seldom off-red;
rnntaiiiiii timber, prairie, lime stx.e,
sandstone, and indications of plenty of coal-,1
an, I alert helnir nifuateil on t ie most leaslllli
point on the Missouri rive for the crossing of
the I'.irifie Hiilroad.
Suitablp rattle forerossinir the Plains will
betaken in exchange at fair rates. The buyer
can have itnnieiliale possession, and all the
irmin mid fariuimr utensils he wants at s fair
rate. DANIEL HEKUEFORD.
Traders Point, nov I, 6l-tf
;knkr l l snd ai:m;y ami
AT t.0U:-:C'L BLUFF CITY. IOWA.
COCHHiN S. ME3EALH,
V. selling Laud Warrants, and entering Land
... i he Council lilofl Land District. Their ar
innFetnents for entetilig Lands for etllcrs am!
o'h' rs, on a eredit of on, two, or three years
are not deficient. And they will be prepared
at all tunes to fill all orders of that character.
The investigation of Land Titles, payment
of taxes, p'lrchase aud sale of lands and town
Int tlioii?liout this land district, and all buni-
npss connect'-d with the Land Otlice at this
place, entrusted to them, will he promptly at
l.r.T..iri-rs wishimr to locate eovernmcnt land.
will be furnished with a guide and ronveyan-e
if tin y desire it, and directed to tne best points
Kxch.ince on St. Louis and the F.as'ern Cit
iea, b-iught and sold. Interest paid on depos
cs as per agiecuie.it.
fnr attention will a'so be eiven to the pur
base and sale of Town Lois in Omaha ( ity,
Helleview and Winter Q-iurters, iV-buska 1 ei
. J ... n tiii. TS
i-rmr.scrs 1.. W. Jiaoniu au-i i'r r.
owe. Reirister and Receiver of the Land Oi-
fic t Council Willis, and Col. T. A. Walker,
and P. M. Cas:,ady; Register and Receiver at
Fort Desiuuiucs, or any of the business men or
ni-hf - T. Inert.
-:!... . .. .1..
f) ' 'K on Ifronuwav. west itoom w uic
Pacific Hotel, nearly opposite the Land Ulnce.
Council BluUs, nov l-iy,
LOST OR STOLEN.
a Strawberry Koan Indian i'ony, bdoui i
-tV. tars old, ana or gooa siio lor pony.
H not been seen for acme two or three weeks,
When last seen had shoes on right fore foot, and I
inane and tail well filled with burrs. A liberal
reward will be eiven to any porson who will
ri-turn said pony to the mhsci O'er or give m-
fiirination wh-re ue can nerounu
W M. CLAIs U I .
Council Blufl' City, nov 1. 'fil
A. Hot no y
W.ll nrkcli . ia the Sixth. Seventh. F.ieht
Sixth, Seventh, Fight
,tiH tfitn .l ldictal ilistrirt'i in Iowa, and N-
Ki!ilr:i Tcrritnrv. will nhvrtvhp sumitied
with blink deeds, mortgages, deeds of trust,
declaratory statements for pre-emptions, fee.,
and will give prompt attention to coliveyanc-
inir. examination or lilies, ate.
(ry Particular attention paid to securing
and collecting debts.
References Hon. r.. M. Norton, I'lnfte l.ity,
Mo.. H. M Vories andjatn'-s Craie. r.us., SL
Joseph, Mo., Curtis Bales, Fort l)cs Moine.
PiiclirasKa i;tty, r-ebrasKa lerrnory.
nov 1, 'rj-l-ly
Oypotition is tht Life of Trade.
MESSRS SARPY & ENGLISH AKK MJW
receivinir at Gleuwood, a well selected
stork of dry goods, fancy goods, clothing, boots
and shoes, groceries, hardware, crockery, drugs,
tiooors. stoves, tinware. &.C iu Western lowa.
Tlie p'ltuic are iiiviieu io can ami niiiuhif im
tliemseives. and they will find the truth of the
1 ... ' . . , . - , i : - r
above statement. Also they will hnd tint w
can sell as cheap any other house in Mills, Fre
mont or Pottawattamie counties.
And in rivincr notice to the farming commo
nity, we will' give them the highest cash price
for their produce, such as beef, pork, corn,
wheat and beans. The store is on the wst side
of the Public Smiare, Olen w ood.' novl-ly.
McMASON & WILLIAMS.
WHOLESALE AND KF.TAIL
CITY OF COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA.
(AT THI SIfiW OT THR BIO MOBTAK.)
I T AVE Just Received, in addition to
1 1 their former stoclt , a large and wei
selected assortment of Auierican, J-rem
and English Drugs. Medicines, Perfumery, Dye
Kii.ir rini Oil and Glassware: also, a irood
assortment of Urocenes, w incs, liquors, ate.
At the head of Broadway. oct Hi, '54
ALL persor.i knowing themselves indented
to Geo. P. Stiles, are reuuested to mflke
iuniisdiate payment to the uudeisiened, or they
will fine their accounts ia the hands of the pro-
per officer for collection,
Crine one, come all
and save cost.
oct 18, '54 tf
P. J. McMAHON.
THE CHEAPEST GOODS
'THE undersigned is now in receipt of and
X receiving the largest and cneapicM aiocs
of Fall and Winter Goods ever ottered in
Council biuif City, or Wosteiii low, lliont
wishing to pay cash for Goods will do well to
call and examine. Oar tock consists of every
variety of goods needed by the peoplu in this
portion of the country, such as cloihs, rassi-me-es,
lattinetts, tweeds, jeans, white sea-let,
and barred duiriulb. plain aiid h.iried l.nrys.
400 jiiecua good style madder prints, canluiic-.-es.
merinos, allapacas, hlcacln-d and brown heet
ing and shir tin , ticking and drilling, bleached
ml brown canton Uaimel, drajiers liiul crash
ers, all wool table covers, brown and bleached
linen, silk aad bay stile shawls, and every
vurieiy of dress goods.
Menu' and boys' fall and winter clothing,
hats and caps, hoofs and shoes, hardware and
queunsware, iron, nails, colfe", sng ir, tea ino
lasse, rice, flour, i.c.( also, a large lot of fur
niture and liquors. As it is our intention to
sill for cash, we flatter ourselves that we can
hold out superior inducements to those that
wish to buy cheap goods than stores that are
Selling on tru.'t
Count! y (It i',iM's are requested to call and ex
aiuit.e c ir s.oi k.
B. R. PEC.RAM &. CO.
Coui.ril mnffCity, oct IB, 1H.M.
TRADER'S POINT "FERRY.
rii II K subscriber having lear.cd of Clarke &
JL Co., the old Council Hlutf I'erry at Tra
der's Po.ut, Pottawottuune County, lowa
Having built a new and substantial float, is
now prepared to cross all who come. l'-uon
viaiUng Nuhraska will find this one of the bust
Ferric ou Ibe River. 1 rue, 1 have no bteuin
Kerry Uoat, but 1 Lava strong aim power
wh in will props!! a boat acroa the river u
thU narrow point without any danger or blow
up, quick euougu to satu-ry the fastest of HUB
last auo couiiuy
KATCS oy SKHBlACilC X
1 Wagon, two horsus or cattle, - fil 25,
1 Horse and buggy, ... 1 00.
Horse and ridel . .... 5.1
Kootinan. ...... 15.
J 'Twenty-five percent added to the above
i spis. '.ltf DANIFL NORTOV
The stcamerSarariaclmjuistarrived.Ioadeil tothc guard's with goods for
l!) hhds. Brown S'lgar,
f) hhds. Clarilied do.
'J' bhls S. H. Moliisefl,
It) litis. N. O. Molneses,
10 1-2 bhls. (Jolden Syrup,
'1M sucks C A. Salt,
I'M) bhls Kanawha do.
fill sacks dairy do.
W lmxes do. i Soap,
10 bhls Cider Vinegar,
OUR ASSORTMENT IS LAUGH AND. COMPLKTK.
Rheplinirs. fine blown ; aud bleacheA domestic drillings. r)snah'.irtrs. Ravens, ducks, .!. to.
i a i i. r .i... i . i;... ; ,.,ll.,,l i nnr n ort inioit of drpss Eoods. which thev Will
ILW I lir HUlMll rliri Ul Uirr lil'll' n ."ir". -
find, as records prite and quality, to be unsurpassed in western lowa. lkiico, KiiiRnams,
,i.,i..,.x l,V.ru.-.. r..l,. ..f tin- latest fusliioii and style. Em iroulcred caps, collars, r.himi-
sett, ileeves, silk ami 'aiin bonnets, linen and
which Will he sold exceedingly tow.
-. ,i .,ii I, .r..l !im . Iiroad
bench p'arics,and in fact every thine in the hard ware
noo rs &
40 cases direct from lloston. Hoots of nil sizes
Lind buskins, gaiters, slippers, ladies' float, kip
Hats and raps, hooks anil stationery. OriiRs
medicines, and all other popular patent medicines,
Of various pallerns. Glassware, tumblers, ars, &
CrOCKS, DUlier CIOCKS,
l,r1 jfnrli! n f fllflVronf nnttfrnn. ebei i v diniiiL'.
Bureaus with (fla-a, plain and fancy walnut presses, cupboards, tin safes, one or two drawer
stanits, wasti s:
iiiiIm, lounees and mattresses, douliie
rockniir chairs. Clihs.
"l") cook ptoves, assorted, Patterson's, ready
Grecian parlor ditlo., stove pipe, elbows, &c.
U U LI h ! L) V I
Pine churns, 1-2 bush's, wood buckets, wt!l
.in .mr.r hnvps. brooms, zinc
Sinnt FRY Hriillp martinrals. c.ir inples.
dles, quilt leats, and ditto Ladies sidesaddles, bugy
Ate, saddlc-bai;s, leather trunks, tc.
Sole-lea'.licr, It :p, and ralF i kins, morocco litiltur. Rmt skins, hnir, &c.
IRON AND CASTINGS. Plow atrcl, sheer cast steel, plows, inouUs Sic
Pots, ovens, skillets f.nd lids. G. 8, 10 fiid
PINE J)OOKS S by 10 and 10 by 12 sn-di. window blinds,
CLOCKS 8 day and 30 hour clocks; warranted to run well.
TOBACCO AND CIGASR.
v;r!n,!i TJnnnnVii Kcctar leaf tobacco. Rc?alia and irinc'.pe cigars of the finest flavor.
a unr.na ips. nnd various other articlek,
a, it is no trouble to show Roods, and we will oe
and as many new ones as may favor us with their patronage, our goods and price?. Our facili-
ties for selling CM E AP,arc belter than any other house in western Iowa, and we intend to do so,
and an examination of our juices is all that is necessary to convince you of the fact. 0i
Glenwood. July, i-2, 1H54. 4li-Xv.
SEW STORE & AGEIJCY OFFICE
AVIN'O permaniMity loced m tills place.
LL for t uurnov of H-lMnk; itK))U
I. WD. TOWN-LOTS, and doing a (Seneral
Agmcy Business, we would respectfully Invite
the public, to give us a call.
Our Ooods were selected with care, and we
are coniiuem inai we smtu u: nun iu i".,-
foct satisfaction to all.
GREENE, KINNEY & CO'
sept. 27 5I.
ARDWARE. A large and general assort
Hient of Hardware can be hud st
GREKNK. KINNEY & CO.
LBS. Cotton Butting, for sale
GREENE, KINNEY & CO.
1" )OOK.S and Stationery forsaie bv
) SARPY t ENGLISH.
$300,000 worth of Gil'ts,
Tor the subesribers of the
1")UiiLISHED simultaneously in the three
cities of New York, Philadelphia, balli
more, as soon as30(),lN)0 subscribers are obtain
ed and having already an actual circulation of
2W.IHI0, is now certain
The Distribution will soon
Among the extraordinary Lists of Gifis,
(being one tor every ticket issued,) are
Prof. Hart's elegant country seat, valued
A magnificent city residence, wor'h $17,000.
A cash loan for 100 years, with interest or
Uuildiiiir lots, decant Piano Fortes
deons, Gold Watches, Jlracelets, Kings, Jiooks
of travels in the old and new world, by Pi of.
mn, reui esiaie, ,.-., a.' ., m m uuumm-
mg 300,000 Oitts, valued at si,uihj.
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I year's subscription to the Maw moth Pii tob-
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Untitles the bolder to one share in the 300.000
Gifts. Thus every person investing in this
stupendous enlerprise receives the f ill worth
of his or her money, in subscription to a first
class journal, (the greatest and most interesting
piclonal of the age,) besides a Gift for each
subscriber which may prove an immense for
tune to the receiver.
Kor a complete list of gifts, and full and ex
plicit particulars in regard to the great enter
prise, distribution, &c., see a copy of The
Whole World, which will be promptly sent
fieeof charge, where desired by letter, post
Tiie Wbole World may also be seen at the
offices of all papers containing this adyeriise-
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.tgard to tne pf.per and enterprise.
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i lucrative and at the same time gt-nte '1 'u
ptuyine.nl, should not fail to se a copy i f I n.'
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liberal inducements eer oll'ered to agents in
the way of immense cash premiums, git is, com
mission, &.C., whereby any person with ordina
ry activity, can easily make $1,000 and up
wards, per year to which fact the agents we
already have call certify. Secure the pictor
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Names, Postoifices, County and State, plain
ami distinct, or il will be their own fault if they
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ed, iu any part cf the world. 01
(Jl? If any orders cie received ai.- the
3()u,oOO subscribers are obtained, the mon.-y
will be promptly returned, post-paid, to the
piTscus sending it.
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Witu Gift Tickets, must invariably be addres
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Pa., there being the principal editorial An
piiMicatin otlice. nov 1 , '54.
JOHNSON ii OAS ADV.
Attorneys at Law, and General Land Agents
itv of Council Bluffs, Iowa, will atteul to pro-
Visional business iu the tit h and 7th Judicial
Districts i also, to the purchase, sale and loca.
imi of Land Warrants. Particular attention
paid to the collection of claims, aug 31-3in
i). w. mien,
Attorney at Law, Council Bluff City, Iowa
Refer to B. M. Hughes, St. Joseph, Mo., John
Domphan, Wsston, Mo., Mudd . Hughes, at
fi Mils 1 and Z ."VSackerel,
8 bhls Tar,
2l boxes and half boxes Etir Candles,
6 roves Tallow candles,
VMI k-gs aill. assorted,
2 boxes Coa Fibli,
:)( sacks Rio Colli e,
Imperial Rnd Yoim? nyson Tea,
Soda, Saleratns, Cninly, Raisins,
Ktijrlisti Walnuts, Almonds,
Ginger, Spice, Pepper, &c, Slc.
' " - r .. . t
cotton handkerchiefs, hosiery, parasols, allot
nxes.choiipinjr nxes, adzes, losr and loe t chains-
line.fi orn a Jew .sharp up to a cradling scythe
and qualities. Shoes, Ladies enameled Jenny
and calt hoots, misses shoes all siz.es.
and medicines, Jayne ami L,ouaon s lauiuy
for sa.e at . lioleale prices,
e., &c. bOOpil. stone ware, caurnes, jars,
Jim' ciim-kb, K,;., ow;
and breakfast tables, walnut ditto, ditto.
uiamt.sucs, siai uououi cnaus, wiukoiuu.,
trimmed with tin or Copper boilers, hoxstoves,
L L 1J V v " V A h t
buckets, wash tubs, wood boAls, trays, dough
wash boards, clothes pins, &c.
eirths. baiters, bridle reins, Blackawk sad
whips, dray wlnps, U. L.. wnips,cow-nidcs
twenty eidloii kettles.
but we deem it unnecessary to mention them
happy rt all limes to show our old customers,
C? KINS WANTED AU kindsof skins want-
.l t . ...l.:..i. ,i. i 1 . - ...,ii l.-:.l I w
ri cu, iui iiiiv,.i '.lie iiiiilicjl ui mill uc ,.iiu
S. & ft.
DRIED FRUIT for'sale by
SARPY & ENGLISH,
FIGS AND CURRANTS, for
SARPY & EN GLISH.
GUMALAST Cloths for fale by
SARPY Sl ENGISH.
AYNKS PATENT MEDICINES, for sale
by SARPY &. ENGLISH.
11RODUCE AND CASH wanted in payment
iu payment of debts. SAKPY & ENG.
Q ORN and Oats vf anted by S. A.E.
TTORSES, work oxen and young stock, ditto.
1y EEF AND PORK wanted at the Public
J Square by S. Si E
THE iindersnriiud has on hand and for
sale a few thousand select grafted apple
tree, ready for transplanting in orchards the
coining tall and spring.
Red June, baldwin, white w inter parmain, fall
pippin, Hulmont, wine sap, yellow beldowor,
Rhode Island greening, Bwaar, jiriors red, red
astrachan, early harvest, swiet June, suiuiuer
rose, summer q neon, Rail's janet, rainbo, wine
apple, white belleflower, Roman stcia and
N oi t hern spy.
The Catalpa and Black Locust.
The snow ball, English and American lilac,
icd dogwood, honey suckle, rose, &c.,Atc.
A few of the Isabella and Catawby gi'ate from
S"t. Mary, Iowa, Aug. 31, '53.
aug .11-iy. GEORGE HEPNER.
GENERAL LAND AOENCY
Glenwood, Mills County, Iowa.
ALL persons wishing to buy or sell Real
Estate would do well ti call on the under
signed, who is prepared to Euter Lund upon
Time, and Locate Land Warrants. Will also
attend to the Collection of Debts, and payment
of Taxes iu and out of the County.
All Business intrusted to me will receive
oct 11 PHILIP E. SHANNON.
PHILIP E. SHANNON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Glenwood, Mills County, Iowa,
WJ ILL attend to all business entrusted to his
T v care, with fidelity and dispatch. Pax
ticular attention given to the Collection of
Hone. A. C. Dodge and James Sheilds,
Waiihii'tlon, D. I'.
J. ai d A. Lowery, P. T. Betts &. Co., New
Jo-.-"h 'Shannon, Ea J., Palmer, Cook A Co.,
S.in Fiancisco, Cal.
Webb Sk Co., IMilwaukie, Wisconsiu.
Hon. A.JH. Smitn, Janesville.
Hon. A. T. Gray, Madison.
Hon. Otis Hoyt, Hudson.
Page liacon, St. Louis, Mo.
McLouchliu & Barrow. St. Joseph, Mo.
S. K. Nuckolls, Esq., Linden, Mo.
Peter A. Karpv, Esij., Nebraska Territory.
Ex-Governor Stephen Hempstead, Dubuque,
E. Honn, E.iq., Council Bluff, Iowa.
NuckolU U. Co., Bennett i. Harding, Bela
White. Glenwood, Iowa. octll-tf.
WILL pay the highest market price for
Com, Wheat, Oats and Buckwheat, at my
Ollice in Glenwood, either in rash or mer
chandize. PHILIP E. SHANNON.
Glenwood, oct 11, '54 t;l'5rj
)ERSONS wishing to make purchases, will
do well t give us a call and examine our
stock, which comprises a general assortment,
and will be sold at u-reat bargains.
sep tl. G R E K N E, KINNEY k CO,
KNOBSAND "Latches. June,' besi
quality of Mineral Knobs and Latches,
for sale at GREENE, KINNEY tL CO.
sep 27 54.
CLAIMANTS will please take notice tha
V- the proceedings of the Belleview Settlers
Club, make it the duty of all Claimants to re
curd adiscription of their Claims as nearss
they may be able to de.cribe tl.em. Odic at
CHARLES T. HOLLO WAY,
DT. LOU! ADVRTiCEMENTS
. U) ;jetcait illnoiana tinimtnt.
With a Healing Balm wo ccirs to jntrt
rpiIF, action cf this Liniment is out of tia
A most iieritct remedies aver nfered to tsu
s 111 i r ted. lis action upon the orcanizatioa is
truly wonderful, luvolatile, pentratinf, soatb-
niir and nialiiig pnperties dilpiss Uiemslrin l-
the very bones. It enterj ihtotlis circulation sf
the blood gives a new impulse to whole nervoa
syltem to the very extpmiities of the tnrnrs
and stimulates to the absorbents and crtioBt,
and thus assist siaturk to throw off and rii
herself of any diseased section of the nervou
chords or ligaments, making it equally applica
hie to sores tf any kind, rlieumatism pains
in every part of th body, ficrn a diseased actios
or any or tiie structural portions or tt system.
While it is perfectly harmlesj to healthy fl"h,
skin or bone, it has the propw'y of entariaij
into combination, and dissolving act of tbe or
ganic tissues when they are diseased, or their vi
tality is destroyed. Possessing these ptcawar
powers, is the reason why it is equally crneaeious
in ea many different complaints. It sets npoa
scientific principles and fixed laws of the Crest
The laree number of eases in which thisliai-
ment has proved its value, in the short tiras it
has been before the people of America, is saOi
cient to give the greatest confidence that its vir
tues are incomparable in cureing rheumatisa
bruises, strains, burns, wounds, swellings brak
en or Cracked breast, old sores or paiot in aaf
part of the body.
bt. Louis Tistimo.st.
State or Missochi,
County of St. Louis
Be it remembered, that on this fifth day
May, a. r. 1H53, before me, the undersiraat,
mayor of the City of St. Louis, in the county and
State aforesaid, came personally Dvia M.
Kinythe, wtio, upon his oath, says that Ue fol
lowing statement is true.
In testimony whereof I hereto set iv baa
the day and dale last aforesaid.
JOUJN HUYY, Slayor.
Soc. Newma, Repistef.
St. Louis, Mo., May 6, 1863.
Dr. K. G. Braoo, i Co. Gents; You will
fivobably recollect that I called into your estan
ishment some three weeks since and purchnsfcl
fifty-cent bottle of your "Mexican aiuslanf
liniinent " my object in so doing was to trr iu
merits uprm my daughter's arm. who has biwm
sutfering from the effects of a severe dislocation
of the elbow for several years past.
i lie excruciating pain consequent naon ftiisa
setting of the bone had dwindled and contracted
her arm to a puny size, and I coasider it a duty
devolving upon me to acqiaintthe community of
the beneficial etlectyour ftairnent riaspaoduceirl.
Her arm was drawn to a riLrht anj'e, and was
almost inert and useless, until your invaluable
liniment was applied, since which time, I am
happy to state, she has enjoyed unintcrruptod
good strength, and can use her arm nearly as pli
antly as before it was dislocated.
l would state, nowever, trial prior to iryin
your unequaled liniment, I used several other
remedies, and among them "McLean's volcanic
liniment," but with the lenst beneficial renlt
1). M. 8MYTHE.
We offer this liniment as a remedy in tbe vari
ous disnases and complaints for which it is rs-
. " "'V ' J . . '
mm,,jj rh f,, niifidanr f nin'rul
in eurinnr them.
The following is a 1 ist of the numerous and
traordinary cases it has cured during the U
few month :
b,75() cases of rheumatism in all its forms;
sprains and bruises
turrj and scalds;
frsh cuts and wounds )
scrofulous (lores and ulcers that
had resiutcd all other treatment J
inflamed or swelled joints ;
Jibbaeo, sciatica, font aiiihard
do chapped hands ;
do caked breams,
do tooth-ache ;
do various ch,-,!,i' Im-isca.
This must appeer almost incredible, but tha
numerous certificates and letters from distin
guished physicians, citizens, agents and others
who have used the medicine; enable us to sub
stantiate the above faetsj millionsof bottles of it
are yearly consumed, and it has always piveo
To counTty mcrch mts. Every store shod
be supplied with this valuable liniment, as it
pays a good proht and sells rapidly.
Prices op the LiNiMKNT. It is put up in
bottles of thrceaizes, and retails at25cents, 6tl
cents and $1 per bottle. The 50 cent and one
dollar bottles contain 50 and 100 per cent more
liniment, in proportion to their cost, so that
money is saved oy buying the lager sues.
A. G. JJKAUU to. UO., Sole 1'roprietor.
Principal offices, cor. Third and Market its.,
6t. Louis, and 304 Broadway, New York.
For sale by P. A. Sarpy, St. Mary, and 8a
fy & Enui.ish, Glenwood i and by dealers ia
medicine everywhere. aug 31-ly
DR.A.G.BIiAGG'S TONIC AND
The great popular medicine of the day
Vast amount usfd per month The nu
merous and wonderful cures it effects
Us mpgical effect upon Hilioras Fevers,
and Fever and Aiue Great excitement
fttnontr the Doctors I
ARE now admitted on al 'hands to be a most
extraordinary and valuable medicine ia
general use. It not only acts as a specific upoa
(ho bilious and typtis fevers, chills and fever,
and fever and ague of the West and South but
in all diseases of debility, weak stomach, indi
gestion, loss of appetite, impurity of the blood,
and all diseases nievalent in a western and south
ern climate. Their great power consists in
their peculiar effect upon all the organs of tht
system ( and the rapid formation of new and
pure blood 'hey produce. In this lies the gTtat
secret of their success. They are mild and
pleasant in their action but searching aud per
manent in their etrect penetrating the remotest
recessesof the system by their ready absorption
into the blood, thereny infusing a new supply of
vitality and nervous power into all the machine
ry of life. The extem,ive popularity they havs ,
rcrpiired all over the West and South ensures
sales of at least
60,000 POVES PER SI0NT1I !
And we find it difficult with our large f rce ot
ht-nds, and the late improvements in machinery
which we have adopL-d, to manufacture theru
fast enoueh to supply the demand iu thirteeu
western and southern States 1 One large manu
factory is constantly engaged in preparing the
various coiieenuaieu extracts or wnicri tney
are compounded. From the best information
we can obtain from our 8,000 selling agent,
and hosts of retentive correspenuaiits iu all
parts of the country, our medicine cures pur
month not less thnn
10,000 cases of fever and ague, one thousand of
Which have resisted all other treatment ;
cases of weakness and general debility
" of various chronic disease;
" of weak stomach and loss a! appe
cases of dyspepsn j
" of rtieuiuatiai ;
" of female complaints)
" ot air u e cake, or enlarged srlsssi i
J nil must appear almost incredible, but tbe
numerous letters from physicians, agents aai
those who use the medicine, fro n all tt.s wjt.
em and sou-hern bt ates, satisfy us that this il a
moderate etiuite, and that our medic. ns is rab
idly taking the plae of the various counterfeits
which are alioat, and the numerous tonic mix
tures made w holly of ijuiriiiie. which are imped
ed upon th public by manufacturers wSe livs'
uo body knows wheTe !
Price of Tonic pills, 7fj cents and Aati-M
ions, 2" cents. A. G. Hai;i, m. r., ! ercsV-V
tor, St. Louis. For sale by P. A. Napt, s '
VI ry, nd Sakpt t Lhcii.ism, Gleusroo4 .
b"yIeaie-s is wsVss" tHs-it its'