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LOCATION OF THE CJ.riTOL.
A-iiii vi had ill1 from tin-
Mr. Mite lie moved lo insir1 iiTlcr Doug
las county, two ami one half mites Norili
of Oinnliii. This i-xtrmu iliiuiry ttn i inent
win rci-cu ed w ill) great surprise, c.M-cpi
liy tlii- know onr.s. J'ut tliey were n
sieved l.v Mr. Mi'diel's statement, that
1:0 had nut llio Omaha ru,U in iispitii
o comjiloinlso, iilid in consideration ol his
floing lor the Capitol id lliis point, he was
lo be appointed oe tommi'oiioicr to locate
Mr. lliclinrdson, of Michigan, ITered
resolution to ii). point Milc.hol said com
missioner. VYIicrcnpivi a fierce discuss
ion hroso upon the Ui:stiun.
Mr. Sharp, cif Iowa, m.ide a lonrr speech
gainst tin location of tin: Capitol at that
point giving; a lengthy description of
geography cf the Ycrri'ory, from whence
lio inferred that that point was not cen
tral, or convenient.
Mr. Mitchel replied tn Sharp: said he
Mitchel, had been for nny place- cxeej l
Omaha; that lh recreants lmm Cass, in
llie lower house, nt'd the ileiiajue Slwirp
in the upper, had hy tluir own corruption
-nnd baseness, lost to thcmsrl ves the Cap
itol; that they might have had it, had they
jiot been such superlative rascals.
Judge Jlcnnct, followed Mitclicl, en
dorsed all he Said, re ised, improved and
intensified upon the eminent 8c unapprom h
Mo course of scoundrelism, which hail
Lecn pursued by Sharp, clearly exposed
Jiow often h had lied, und how fluently
lie had expressed himself unJ with what
The bill has passed. Mitchel has the
promise of the Commissionership from
Cuming Si. Co., which very u.uch remind.
us of un oiler of the whole world, once
made by a sulphurous gentlemen hum be
low, whodiu'iit own it.
We rejoice in tlic downfall of traitors
t il l arc happy in the rclleoi inn lhal Sharp
I.iihi.m, 1 nomjisoii and o. her vipers li.ive
f;iiawcd a file.
Ile'b-x iew, N lui-ka.
tl.it.- Tli'-imo't r j 1 . 1" i t
V'.V, I M I . I i; M I N I
i ii ii
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M N e
MUS. MARY C. REM) will open s"
Iflt S'''inii at the
MISSION SCHOOL 1'OOM,
,r rliil lr.-ii and youlh, on Monday, January
Tuil inn, St .0(1 jmr mniitli.
fitACJ IJ2I2ZV !
a. ii. ii. , ,
e are c.iiica tiimii l.v ciuiv tnu nv
consciijiiee, to aiiiKjiim e in o'ir c ,ilmnns)
thai the plans of tho Aciii'2 Cioveriior,
T. U. fuming, have Miccccilcd. And
that they have biicceeded by the l.i.i ol
that sumo corruption which conceived
hem, brought them forth, and had the im
pudence to udvocate them. Men have
lieeu bought four thousand dollars was
tillered to JiVm .1. Sirhlon, of llii han'
oll toiili'y, il be would vole for the Cup
itol beii.g Leafed at Oinahu Citj;aiidi;
was offered him by ilm J'livutc Secretory
if Acting (rjM-nim' Cuming. And ihunk
(Jod, we have one hoiu st luau i:i the Leg
ihlaturt' he re!Ysc.l l!c bii'ue, but not
im'.il he had c.jicid the Sciip of the
Omiha City Cni,;i..i.y for ,1U0U0U.
Hut the Capitol is located; loea'ed a.unst
tin i of tl.t ;;reat majority of the peo
ple loc.ited lor the H i uniury and person
al belietil of 7'cil CuutWHs and his broth
er bribers located ;.t a place wi'hout anj
nuturul iilvaii'i gi s, and one totally bar
ren of anything, save w hiskey shops and
JUr. Cuming fti j sho trptcla to be re
moved from tho office of Secretary
winks wisely, as all such birds do, when
they have feathered their individual ncU
intimities that fie dosen't care u d n
fr llie President and all the removali he
mny, can or will; might, could, would or
A porti in of our Legislative report
has been crowded out, but will appear licx'
The Clerks of the Nebraska Lrg
islalnrc rc truo gentlemen, anil are com
petent, faithful officer.
HON. V- P. BENHET.
The Nehraskian lets taken occasion to
p:is sentence upon the course pursued by
this gentlomnn in tho organization of the
('itiiif il. The secret of tho mailer is this.
Judge llcrinet asserted the righls of the
people, nnd mmfuHy resisted I'venutiv
interference in their deliberations, and
hence the sentence that has been nnsscd
upon him. We esteem his course jttstifi
le an 1 rniii .
No evidence of political corruption can
bo more unmistakeable in n Legislator
(han was displayed in the successful effort
of Andrew Jackson l'oppleton to obtain
the passage of a rule by which all evi-!
denne of a right to a seat in the House,
should be excluded except the Gover
There were those present, prepared to
prove that the Governor had given certifi
cates of election, to those who had liiss
voi r.s than others from whom they were
withheld prepared lo prove that he
had been partial towards his friends in the
bestowment of certificates that another
nth: had been adopted beside the organic
law but alas ! Iliey could not be hourJ.
(!:. r,sT. niiooK. Wo announced the
arrival of this grnllemau in our last issue.
Since then we have had a brief interview
wiih him, ami have been most favorably
impressed wi'li him a.-i a g' ii'Iliii iii and a
lawyer. lie is ailable and dignified, und
T ... , , ii i . 1 1
we liope iipngui an l lion iraoie aim win
creditably represent ihe legal interests of
the Terriiory into which he has come, and
make every needful sacrifice in their defence.
Wc understand he is intending to reside
G F.N Kit AL LAND AGENCY AND
AT JCUSCIL BLUFF CITY, IOWA
COCHaAIf &. KEOEATH,
HF, eiurascil in the bnsines or liuymp (inn
m-lliiiff I. anil Warrant", Mini fntriiiir lanil
in the Coimell ltltitl' I.anil Pistrirt. Tlieir ar
rantrfnipnts for rnti-rinir Laml. for m-ttlcrs anil
otliirs, on creilit of oik-, two, or three yen"
are not dctirli-nt. AM Iliey win iw preiarei
at all tiinrS to fill all onl'rs of that rlia'art.T.
The iiivestieation or J-iiinl Jitl", pavtnent
nf t;i.s. niir.-liHHi" ami f it- "I liiinli .net 1 w 1 1
Into tiiriiiiirlniMt thin I nut ili-tnet, and all Ii-iii
rM romii-rti-il vntli III" l..-.n I OHire lit thii
iilar". riitrnsti-il to th ni, w ill l iriuiii tly at-
StriiiitriTii wisliiniT ' Ii1p ifo eriimcnl land
will tie fin nnli'il Willi a LMi.lean.l rnnvryaiire
if tliey ilrsne it, ami d reeled to tlio tie.stjimnts
r.Ki'linnire on St. Louis and the l,nstrn I it
ies, lioiifrht and sold. Interest panl on tlepos
ilea as per aiei'mi'iit.
Our a'.t-ntiim w ill alio lie civen to '.lie pur
rlinse an pah' nf 'l'own Lots in Dimilia City
Jtellevii'W and VV intir tiuartrr.'", r,i !oai-ka. ler
JIi ki-mincf"'. L. W. Babbitt ami I)r K.
Lowe. UeistT and Ilereiver of the Land ()(
fee at Counril Uliitrs, and Cul. T. A. Walker,
and I'. M. C'assady, H"istr anil lteceiver at
Fort ltosinoines, or any of the business men of
OKKIC'K on Itroadway, AVet Itootn of the
Paeific Hotel, nearly opposite tho Land Ollicc.
Oouneil I'.IhiIm. nov t-ly.
ST. LOU :yDVRTISEMENTS
Glorious "News for Nebraska.
The slcnncr Siiri'nuo lias just arri veil, lotulcil lollic gtianls witligooJu for
15 IiIkI. Tlrown Snc.tr,
fi hluls. Clarilie I (In.
1!U bids S. It. ,Mnlae,
lfl l,i 1. N. O. Molaeses,
10 1-2 bhis. Uolden 8yrup(
2:xi sarka O. A. Salt,
100 bM Kanawh do.
W) saeks Hairy do.
20 boxes do. 1 Soap,
10 bbla Ci'ler Vinegar,
fi bhls No. 1 and 2 Mackerel,
8 bhls Tar,
20 boxes and half boxes Star Candles,
6 boxes Tallow candle.,
11 kegs Nnill. assorted,
2 boxes Coa Fish,
30 lacks Hid tM(Ve,
Imperial and V""X H)'"" Tea,
Soda, Kaleratns, Candy, Knlsint,
F.iilflish Walnuts, Almonds,
(iinper, Spice, Pepper, &.C., &c.
(J. W. I'lKKCT..
Attorney at Law.
Will practice in the Sixth, Seventh, Kilit
and Ninth Judicial Distrirts in Iowa, and Ne
braska Territory. He w ill always he supplied
with blank ileeds, inoileacei, deeds of trust,
derlaralorv stutetneiits for Jire-eaiptinus, 4lc,
and will 1,'ive prompt attention to conveyanc
ing, examination of titles, &.c.
C "" Particular attention paid to ter.urine
and eolleet iiii( dehtn.
Keferenee lion. F.. II. Norton, PMte City,
!lo., 11. M Vories and James Craiu, Fs.s., St.
Joseph, Mo., Curtis Pates, Fort Den Mjiik;.
Nebraska ('ily, Nebraska Territory.
nov 1 , '. I-1 y
Of various patterns.
MclIAil'JN & WILLIAMS.
WHOLESALE ASH BLTAIL
CITV OF COUNCIL IJIATJ'S, IOWA
(AT Till: MON OF TIIK UIO MnltTAll.)
AVLJust lleeeirel, in nilditioii to
their former stock , a lai i:e and w ell
OCR ASSORTMENT IS I.AHGF. AND COMTLF.'IT,.
SlieetiiH-s, fine brow n J and hleacbfA domestic rlriHinrs, Isnahni cs. Uavens, dnrk. kc. .tin.
RV 1 attention of the '.i .dies ii called to our assortment of dress goods, which they will
find as re"ird irice and quality, to be unsurpass d in Western Iowa. Calico, (claffhams,
Inw ns flelane beraji s robes of tile Ir.test fashion and style. I'.m iroidere.l caps, collars, chinii
selts, sleeves, silk and satin bonnets, linen and cotton handkerchiefs, hosiery, parasols, all of
which will be sold exeeeilinclv low.
riff r-'-VCT'i fi T7'n rrrtfivrKr..vT
Cross cut saws, mill saws. h:md saw?, broad axes, chopping axes, adzes, lo and loc't chains
bench p'aiies,aiid in fact everything in the hardware line, from a Jewsliarp up to a cradling scythe
BOOTS & SHOES.
10 caes dii act from T!o:-ton. I'oots of all sizes and qualities. Shoes, Ladies enameled Jenny
Lind buskins, c:iilevs, slippers, ladies' gout, kip ami Calf boots, misses hoes all sien.
Hats and raps, books and .stationery, drnr ana meuicines, jayne s anu l.ouuoii rainiiy
medicines, and all other popular patent medicines, for sale at rf liolesale prices.
Glassware, tumbler, jars, fee., &c. H00 gal. alone ware, churncs, jari,
crocks, butter crocks, stove erncKs, i.c., 4.C.
f- UKNI I UKt.
M bedsteads of different patten.s, cherry dininjc, and breakfast tables, walnut ditto, ditto. -
nnrnin. with i'Iusi. olain and fancy walnut pre-ses. cuptioards, tin safes, one or two drawer
stands wash stands, lounges anil mattresses, double mattresses, slat bottom chairs, cain seat do.,
rockinir cliaim, ciihs.Aic.
Ij coolc tove, assorted, Pat lers in's. reaily triinnie.l Willi tin or copper boilers, boxstores,
Grecian liarlor till to., stove pipe, elbow s, ic
WOOD AND WILLOW-WARE.
Tine churns, 1-2 bush's, wood buckets, v.'!I buckets, wash tubs, wood IioaIs, rays, douijli
pins, 8 ijr boxes, brooms, zinc wash boards, clothes iis, fcc.
S VDIILFUA . Hriilles m.irtin,'nl3. circiiiL'les, Cirths, baiters, bridle reins. Plackaw k sad
dles, quilt teats, and ditto Ladies side saddles, buiy w hips, dray whips, G. li. whips, cow-hides
&.C., saddle-bags, leather trunks. A.C.
L E A T H E R.
Sole-leatlier, kip, atul calf akins, morocco lininc;x, poat skim, linir, &c,
IRON AND CASTINGS. Flow steel, tOieer steel, east steel, jilows, inotilJs S;c.
Pots, ovens, skillets Mid lids, 6, 8, 10 and t wetity gallon kettles.
PINT. DOOKS S by 10 and 10 by 12 sash, window blinds,
CI UCK.S- Is day and 30 hour clocks; warranted to run well.
TOBACCO AND CIGASR.
Vir.'ima. PoanoVic N'rctar Ic.if lohaceo. Rejalia and irincipe cigars f.f the finest flavor.
Cubii a"! id I lava lot sixes, and various oiher a rt ieles, but we deem it unneess,iry to mention th?in
as it is no trouble to slmwr goods, and wc will tie happy rt all times to show our old customers,
and as nanv m v." ones asin.iv lavor us with their patioii.tge, our goods and prices. Our facili
ties for selling ('III'. AP,.ire better than any oilier house in western Iowa, and we intend to do so,
t d il axtininal ion of our purrs iau him in n'i'uj w i."iiiu-jiiii oi nieiaci.
G!'eir.voot,j.ilir, I3,l. !-. NUCKOLLS & CO.
and Lnir'iih J-). "'s, Meilii i;ies, Peif imery, 1; .
blull'i, Paiiils, Oil nud Glassware; also, ague. I
assui tiiK iit of Groceries, Wines, Liquors, S.C
At the head of Proa lway. ort is. K1
This is llie title of a neatly printed,
nnd in srverul respects, a!ly edited p.tjier,
issued from Oui.iim City, Ly Mesons.
Klierinaii and StritLIanu. Ho fur us the
tncclinnicid niie;iraiu:i! of this ivrer is
concerned, it will contrast favorably with
the beat ji.'jii rs in the cutiutiy.
Alon willi ill ineclianical, we might
filso speak in commendatory terms nt its
literary character. Hut ujkiii its morula
we Lave no commendation to bestow. 1
appears to endorse the vile fraud practiced
Alport the people of this Territory in the
organization of its government, with the
liijfhest degree of satisfaction.
Traitors lillinej responsible places in the
Territorial Government arc placed in the
highest scale of political Mid moral excel
lencc. Men utterly void of the necessary
principles and qualifications for the sla
lion wliich they fill, aro referred to s
paragont of excellence w hile tnuca bet
ter men that happen to belong to the op
position ure represented us being utterly
unworthy cf notice. e have reason lo
fear Tut l'roi-LK will lind no advoeatt
in this paper and that it will never loose
idlil of office holders and aristocracy, or
cease to pander to their corrupt tastes and
The Nebrahkian will, therefore, Le de
ficient in what we esteem the most essen
lial requisite cf of trust-w orthy paper
CiOOO rOtlTICS AND GOOD M0HI.B.
IIaht's Wiioi.e VVoHi.n Thig is a
weekly illustrated journal for the amuse
inviit, iiuiirm lion, and benefit of iiiiUiUimlj
published in New York; ,-j2 a je.ir.
We have receive 1 a stiecinien copy of
tho above pi per, widi which wo have
been well pleased.
We presume the "router poititm of thos
possessing a ti ste lor liii-eellaneoiis iter
.itiire, will hail the advent of this magnifi
cent Pictorial with this greatest pleas
ure. We lind much in it th-t commends
itself to our un.lcrstandiiifr, tasto and con
science; and we dnttbt Dot such would be
.he ca.se with a larye portion of our rea-
crs. We pics.iiiio it would be Some
what difficult to find the I'.me amount of
god reading, mingled ivi'h lcse that is
pernicious, in any literary paper in this
country. Prof. Ingraham, Charles Dick
ens, ti. W. Reynolds, Thos. Miller, Mrs.
Ann S. ti. evens, Agnes Slricklaud, (J race
Greenwood, Mary living, Fumy Pern,
n'l other eelcbiatcd writers, are constant
contributes. A largo portion of this pa
per is filled with ori-in;.l matter, amply
illustrated widi suitable engravings. For
a pcrlodicul of its kind il bus no equal.
PiLLAoitM. Ow ing to the late hour
ot the arrival of the orders for papers
for the ue of the Legislature, we i re uu
able to furnish Ihe requisite iminbci ibis
week, for cither House.
WATCHMAKER ft JEWELER.
ONB DOOR BILOVV W. CLASCy's STORE.
r.WITKS the attention of tho la-
JL dies unit pcntlcinen lo ins assori- iy
::ilit of Jewelerv and I ancvGooils-
in pnrt consisting of the foPowini; : Gold and
Silver Watches, Lockets, Kir-rinps, lireast
pins, Kiiif;er-rini;s, Chains, Pencils and Pins.
.c. Violins, Ai-.cordiius, l'liltes; ulao, an as
soi tmeiit of 'i'o'. s, e.
All -f whieli ill he sold at the lowest
ptieo; every ailiele warranted lo be as recoiu-
The greatest atlct.tion will lie print to the re
pairing of W .ti his and Jewelry; all work
w.o rented. l "i "V t; '" I
TILS ATLANTIC HOUSE.
roRMr.ni.v the mc'nei.ly house.
Covncil Biuifs, Iowa.
S now kept hy Sylvknos Dustiv,
I ..i .. ..... i... I.. ......I niuir. .'
J ,,Iu. Having iiii.-i.. h'.-". L.l'll
.,,,1 .r.ir.iiw.ini iii the Hoiih". Hatters L l"il
M-.mrlt that he will be aide to provide any
w ho favor liini w ith a call, a comfoi table home.
11, a table w ill he supplied with the best the
market affords, prepared by experienced hands,
and the weary will find a Rood resting place.
Com and ' m a k t. Touitsi:tvts to ho.mf.."
In connection with this Hotel may also be found
I s cood aud extensive
U LIVERY STABLE,
for the accommodation of all w ho wish to ob
tain horses and carriage, which arc a -rood
sobstitale for first el. iss railroad cars, on short
notice; or superior saddle horses, for cither la
dies or eciitlcmen. 'I'll" rirnprictors of the liv
ery siable are KU.sSEl.L DL'bTIN.
"I. lull" fit v. Iowa, nov'JM, lM-rl "
EtW iiySIi & AOEMCY OFFICE
W Jb," 1-1 J& ai.
nAVING perinanenty locateil in this place,
for th.' pirpose of Bellini? GOODS.
I WO, TOWN-LOTS, and doini; a General
Ap-ncv Business, we would respectfully invite
the public, to pive us a call.
Oiir Goods were selected with care, and we
are confident that we shall be able to give per
fect satisfaction to all.
GREENE, KINNEY &. CO-
sppt. 27 ' I.
nAltOVVAIlL. A laiRounn Keiieii u--i.
ineut uf Hardware cm be had at
,.,,! "7. GREEN P.. KIXXjfc2-
TVifii -iii. Cotton Uattini;, tor sale
1 sUUl' low, at
s.-,i:7 t. RE EXE, KINNEY fc CO.
TjooKS ami'Sutioiiety f..rs-l ty
SARPY ii. ENGUmII.
Opposition is Hit Life of Trade.
MESSRS. SARPY k ENGLISH ARE NOW
rereivini; at Glenwood, a well selacted
jtock of dry poods, fancy Hoods, clothing, boots
and shoes, groceries, hardware, crockery, drmrs,
liquors, stoves, tinware, Jtc., in Western Iowa.
The public are invited to call and examine for
themselves, and they will find the truth of the
above statement. Also they will find that we
can sell as cheap any other house in Mills, Fre
mont nr Pottawattamie counties.
And in f-ivini; notice to the farmin-; commu
nity, we will (five tliern the highest cash price
for their produce, such as beef, pork, corn,
wheal and beans. The store is on the west side
of the Public Square, Glenwood. nnvl-lv.
fl y KEN up by Peter A. Griffey, of Ta-kio
1 Township, Putre County, Iowa. One
large Drindle Steer, llie points of both horns
sawed oil', with a gimlet hole through the
point of tin! left horn, supposed to be eight or
nine years old, smooth crop and miderbit in the
right ear, ami sin in me leu, anu i u ----.-auees.
a beast of labor, with a common sized
cow bell on, w itli harrow leather strap for a
bell collar, buckled on and tied with a leather
string, said ox was thin iu order. Appraised
al Hurt) dollars.
low A, 1-aoe v n m i, r
Clarinda. Nov. 27, 14.
T rerlifv tlmt the iihove is a true description
flheiihove ileacrined orooeriv. as laKcn nun
the Estray Dook in my office.
H. It. All 11 ll.ur.ll, -ler.
jan 21, .').-,lin prs fee ,tHl.
GEOBCE liREENK. JOHN WKAHE, JR.
THOMAS II. DENTON, JR.
Tut Lily. A (juarto journal devoted
to tho interests of women. Published se-
uii-mouthl-, ; by Mary Ii. llirdsid, Editor
and I'ropi ielor; Ainc'ie Lloomer, curres-
The prospectus for the 7 h volumo of
this paper has been received. Any per
son taking an Interest in the great ques
tions I elating to the rights, interests and
duties of women, w ill find an able advo
cate in the Lily. The cause of temper
ance, virtue and religion will find a con
stant and vigilant advocate in this publi-
The following is an extract from the
'The treat question of the day, the En
franchisement of Woman, will bo discus
sed and considered in all its bearini's. 1 hat
woman, as onu liali oi Humanity, bus liie
same natural and inherent rights as ihe
other hull; that her light to herself is as
true, her individual sovereignty as saertd,
her 8i,ci.il tn.lejielKteiiee i-s important, anu
her choice of occupation h natural anu
self-evident, find tli.it her social cumpacl
shou.d be Jrcc 1 from ail uiita'inizi.ij e.ai
sesj is a cju. stron of vitel interest, that vvill
bu thiironghlv examined in the Lily.
"Th contents of the Lily are almost
entirely original. The cditr will be as
sisted Ly u numerous aud talented hsl of
contiibutors, who will add interest and
value lo its p'Res."
IVice 1; address M;ry Ii. Birdsal
W. N. UYEHS,
I AND SURVEYOR Omaha City.Nebras
I j Va 'l erritorv. t i lends. 1 am ::ain iu the
lield, and at your servicu, bolter supplied with
loot ruiii' iilf than lormeily.
( ituulu City, Jaa 'ii, 'jj-I.V.
(illEENE, AVEAKE& 1!E.MOa,
Council liluffs, Iawa,
Gat.N:, Wkare & Rice,
Tort JVsMoine, Iowa.
Glll:NE & WfARB,
Cedar Rapids, low t.
TOTES and llills collected, and nrocwils
L nromtitly remitted to any part of tha Uni
ted Mules, i current jiaieii oi r.xeuange.
Interest nam on deposits ror over tinny
days. Hills of exchange on all I lie principal
cities bomrht and sold.
Loans ellected uu pood security.
Vacant lands selected and enteied in any of
fice In the htale.
Land Warrants for cash or on time, contm
ually on hand.
Locations or luiiun ior uiiium ueuiers at in
most liberal lates.
Notes bought and money loaned on good se
lliil.HIMtS. 1-. I Jes'lii Sl To., W.J
Ilatmiiig la. Co., bankers, Dubuque, Iowa; Cook
. Sargent, Daveepoit, Iowa; lullieiUon At
lleno, Iowa City, Iowa, Peoples Rank, New
oik city; Ken hum, lingers v jiement, tiaie
kers, do.. Siddon, Withers It Co., Washington
D. C; lion. lias. iMason, i uinmiHsioner of
Patents, Washington, D. I ; A. C. Dodge, U
S. S., llinlingtoii, lows; Geo. W. Jones, V. H,
S., Duhiupie; Joseph Williams, Chict Ju.slicc
Council llhilli, dec 13, 1851.
I N every county iu the I'niled Btates active
. and euterpri.-iing Men to act as Agents, to
transact business that will pay, to a smart 8 nil
eiieigciic-prison, Jri m 1 lirce lo ! ivu iiiino.ei
doiUis per inontli. 'i he bu.iincrs is very honor
able and requires no capital. As many write
us from leeru Idle curiosity, In) letter w ill u
answered by i s unlwSo it contains onu dollar, a
proof of irood fith, iion the receipt of whic
we w ill fully explain the business. No letter
will be taken from the oliice unlcsi the postage
is pre-paid Address,
' DR. D. F. IJLACKIIURN,
llampsliire, Maury Co., Tennessee.
ff5J" Any newspaper or ot!;.:r oublication
inngtlie abovefuiu insei lions, ( including ihik
notice) and rowartiing a eupy as a Dove, w in re
ceive the information aforesaid, without any
fl7rCS. Hickory Shilling, for sale low, at
fJV GREENE, KINNEY &. CO
s. pi 27 5I.
i.ORTY doea Men and Roys' Hats, of ever
s.p 7. CK I" EM", KS El' S. CO.
lOftN and Oats wautej by
T TORSES, Woik oxen and vo ing stock, ditto.
JL L 'S VHI'Y ft. I'.Mil.lSH.
THE undersigned has on band and for
salc a few thousand select rrift"d apple
lice.-, ready for transplanting in orchards the
coming tall and spring.
Red June, baldwin. white winter oanmin, fall
pippin, Uelmont, wine sap, yellow belllower,
TAKEN up, on the 11th of November, 1)1,
hv l.oolnoui Uavidson. at ins residence un ine
East Nodaway river, four miles South of Hol
warr's mill, in Jluchanon Township, Page
County, Iowa, one nay ito.se, oiacn ih.uib unu
tail,daik legs, white hair on each stioulder..
some saddle marks, some wnue nair on iiisiuic-
ad. a little white spot on lux rump, Htipposeu
to be marked with a crouper; about twelve
yea's old; fourteen hands high. No other marks
or brands pereeivaoie. .ni'praiiu.-u m ny-
seven dollars andlilty cents iiji,.to.;
Iowa, I'agk uounty,
Clarinda, December It), Is51.
I certifv that the above is a true description
of the above described property, as taken from
t ic tsiray dook in my
tl.lJ.Ml miL.i.r.11, vici.
jan 24, 1So5,-3ui pr's fee '),0.
A. lOCHHAN. J . v. at r.v.. . ..
COCHRAN Sl MEGEATH.
AU13 LXCHAtiGh bn JKhriiS.
Council Bluli', Iowa.
A T 71LL buy or sell Lands, mik helectins ;
V hi'.i-ikI to the nurchase ami sale of tow n
lots and all kinds of business connected with
. Government Land Olfic.es in W estern or
Central Iowa. Ese.haiige on St. Louis and
be Eastciu cities bought and sola, jan 3 '55
ifiode Island greening, swaar, priors red, red
astraclian, early harvest, sweet June, summer
rose, summer queen. Kail's janet, ram 00, wine
appic, wnue hellellower, itoman stem ana
The Catalpa and HI. irk Locust.
The snow ball, English and American lilac,
red dogwood, honey suckle, rose, &.., A.C.
A few of the Isabella and Catawba grape from
ht. Mary, Iowa, Aug. Si. '53.
aogHI-iy. GEORGE HEPNF.R.
i) ERSO..-f wishing to make purchases, wil
do well to give us a call and examine on
slock, which comprises a gene-ral assortment
aud will be sold at t,.vat!)arains.
sop 2. (5t GREENE KINNEY CO.
Ukricun ill n it t it a L'iiiimcnt.
With a Healing JJalnt we c?ni to greet
1 1 H K sclliVt pf (Iii Liiiimetil i one th
I most rrfcef reiue lies eriT "Herod to Ml"
alllic'fd. Its action upon the rrgsnialioii iM
truly wondei ful. Its tol.it ile, pem ti .iting. sontli
in B "d healing properties diifuse themiilTBS to
the v"ty boiips. It enters inNithe circulation of
thebloodgii-e." s new impulse to whole nerve im
system to the very extremities of the fini;er
and itimuliiles to ihe absoi bents an I seeretionj
ami thus assist natiibk to throw nil' uni ri.l
herself of any diseased section, cf tli aertot
chords or ligaiuents. iiiak'nu, it equally applis
lile to sores of any kind, iheu-natism pains
iu every part nf the body, from fl diseased aetono
.il my hi the s'riicliiral porlions ft ltieytte.
While, it i perfectly harmless to heiilliy flch,
skin or bone, it h is the property of enienn;
into combination, and dis-olvintr any of the
ginic tissues when th' v are die,ised, ortlieier.
talitv is destroyed, l'lisscssin" these inx-nttaC
iiovers. is th" reason why it is equally elheseious
in sc many different cmplaints. It acts npua
seientitic princqdes an I line I laws ol llie Lrea
The Inrge number of cases iti wliici this lini
ment has proved its value, iu the sliori time H
has been before the people of America, is soft
cient to give the greatest confidence that its tir
tues lire incomparable in enrein; rhrum itism
bruises, strains, bums, wounds, swellings, bro'.i
en or cracked breast, old sores or pains in snjf
part of the body.
Sr. Loum Testimost.
Statu or Missorni, )
Coimty of St. Louis. '
He it reineni'iCred. tint, on '.his flft't rlo.V a .
May, A. n. lVt, before me. tue underii.'ned.
mayorof the city of St. Louis, iu thecounty and
Stale aforesaid; Cmie personally l).viil M.
Smvthe, who, upon his 0.1th, says t!nt Hie fol
low inir statement is true.
In testimony whereof I he'et ) set tny baud
Ihe day and date last aforcnid.
JOHN HOW, ?.Iiyr.
SoC. Nr.VVMAN, llocrisU-r.
Sr. Louis, Mo., M-.y 5. 153
Pr. A. G. IlRVor., & Co Ge'nfs: You w-!l
iirobablv recollect that I called into your estab
lishment some three weeks since and purchased
a fifty-cent bottle of your " Mexican mustang
lininient ;" my object "in so doing was tolry its
merits upon my daughter's arm, who has boon
sulfering from the effects of a severs dislocation
of the elbow for several years past.
The excruciating pain consequent upon false
settingof the bone had dwindled and contracted
her arm to a puny size, and I consider it a duly
devolving upon me to acquaint the community of
the beneficial elfec.t your liniment has paoduced.
Her arm was drawn to a ritrlit angle, and was
almost inert and useless, until your invaluable
liniment was applied, since which time, I ain
happy to slale, she has enjoyed uninterrupted
good strength, and can use ler arm nearly as pl:
antly as before it was dislocated.
would state, however, that prior to trying
your iinequaled liniment, I used several older
remedies, and among them " McLean's volcanic
oil liniment," but with the !eni beneficial rejull.
J . iM. h.U It 1 llr..
Ve offer this liniment as a remedy in the vari
ous diseases and complaints for wfiich it is ie
commended with lull confidence of its success
in curing them.
The follow-in? is a list of the numerous andev.
traordinary cases it lias cured during the las
few month :
O.T.'S) cajes of rheumatism 111 all its forms ;
4,200 do sprains and bruises;
burns and scalds ;
fresh cuts and wounds ;
scrofulous sores and ulcers tliat
bad resisted all other treatment (
iollanied ors-.velled joints ;
lumbago, sciatica, gout and bar J
' tooth-ache 5
various ei.-" dsrs.
This must a linear almost incredible, but "t V.
numerous certificates and letters from distin
guished physicians, citizens, ag-nt; and othois
who have used the medicine, enable us to sub
stantiate the above facts; millions of bottles of it
ire yearly consumed, and it baa always given
To country MERCHANTS. Every store sho'd
be supplied with this valuable liniment, as i
pays a good profit and sells rapidly.
kir. i nw TUB I INIM i:T. It IS Dili 11.1 ill
bottles of threesizes, audretails at 25 cents, oi)
cents and !jll per bottle. The 5(1 cent aud one
dollar bottles contain 50 and 10(1 p-r cent mors
liniment, in proportion to tlieir cosi, so mai
money is saved by buying Ihe lagersiz.es.
A. G. 11RAGG&.CO., Sole Proprietors.
Principal offices, cor. lloi d and Market ill.,
. Louis, and 3(1 1 Bro'idway, New York.
For sale by 1. A.S Rl-Y, St. M iry, and Sa
' & English, Glenwood; and by dealers in
medicine everywhere. ug 31-ly
5, HID do
A LL persons knowing thcmselvr
I V. to (ie
eo. I', bliles, are requested to make
immediate payment to the undersigned, or tliey
will line their accounts in the hands of Ihe pro
per officer for collection. Geme one, come all
and save cost P. J. McMAHUN.
oct I, '.')! tf
4 I 11 LITTLE fancy notions for sale a
;)OiyU cheap as dirt, at the cheap cash
NUCKOLLS &. CO.
t I1HE subscriber has iust opened this new and
X commodious building for the reception of
Ihe traveling public, and sot icits a share of pub
ic favor. Prompt and efficient attention will
b t paid to all w ho may favor him with llieir
li.ilronaire. His table will be supplied w ith the
I) 'Sl me mai Kei anoi us. a ueuu si-iwie is i.
tached to the premises. Vi. ENGELL.
fct. Mary, Iowa, mar. 15, '.'1 n'Jti-tf
LANDS FOIl SALE.
rpHE SUIISCRIUEII being desirous of mov- I
L ing to California, oilers for sale his
Homkstkad of KiO acres, situated on the
stage road btiwien St. Joseph and Council
Mill Is H mi Us South of Council Muds and 4
North of Hie village of St. Mary, and near
the Missouri river, in Mills County, Iowa; and
Opposite Belleview, Nebraska, T.
Also, 4o0 lines of Praikih: Land near St.
Mary, and Hot) acres of Ti.mhkhi.ii Land on
the Missouri river, anJ li"ar Glenwood. These
Lands aie all in ALUs County, Iowa, mid pre
Bi nt iiidiiceinenls to land piireiiastrs seldom of
fuieil; containing timber, piaiue, lime stone,
sand alone, and lud. cations of plenty of coal;
and also beinir situated on the most feasible
point on the Missouri rive for th crossing of
the Pacific Railroid.
Suitable cattle for crossing the Plains will
betakrn ill exchange at fair rates. The buyer
can have immediate possession, and all "the
giaiu and faiuiing etensils he wants at a fair
rate. IJAlMr.L. lir.Kllf.t OltU
Traders Point, nov 1, '54-tf
f I VoUACCO. Lovui's if the Vejl will li.i d
I a suncrior article of.chewing and sinokintr
Tobacco, at the Agency Store, of GR E EN E,
KI N N E Y CO., ht.iviarv . ocU
fniURTY dozen Men and Hoys' Caps, for
X sale cheap, at the Agency htore or
s.p 27. GREENE, KlXNEY . CO.
C ASS Ebools and siioea lor sale cheap
NUCKOLLS fc CO
HE subscriber will visit St. "tfPT
Mary on Wednesday's and ii.aE'
Glcnwooj on luesuaya ana oainr- " '
day's of each, week, aud will supply th;se
markets w ith Eiesli Meals, iiuitar, Ei, and
Vegetables, lit tllU Ulillkt't price
Spt:7,'iltt 1'. HORN Eli.
THE CHEAPEST GOODS IN
f 1 1 HE undersigned is now in receipt of and
J. receiving the largest and clieapiest stock
of Fall and Winter Goods ever ottered in
Council lRutfCity, or Western Iowa. Those
w iHliiiiif to pay cash r r Goods w ill do well lo
call and examine. Our .stock consists of every
variety of (roods needed by the peoid i in this
i. ort ion of llie country, such as cloths, casai
meres, saltitielts. twcU, jeans, white scailet
and barred flannels, plain alii buried linseys
IlKI nieces (rood style madder pi nits, casliinen s
merinos, allanacas. Id. ached aud brown elici t
ing and shil ling, ticking and dulling, bleached
and brown canton Manuel, drapers and crash
ei s, all wool table covers, brown and Id cached
linen, silk aud bay state shawls, am. every
variety of dress goods.
Mens' and boys' fall and winter clothing
bats and caps, boots and shoes, hardware and
queensware, lion, nails, co.ioe, sugar, lea no.
lasses, rice, flour, &.c.i also, a larira lot of fur
nit. ire and lienors. As it is our intention to
sell for cash, we Hatter oui selves that we can
hold out suoerior inducements to those that
wish to buy cheap goods than store that are
selling on mis!.
Country dealers are requedeJ to call and ex
amine our suck.
15. R. PEG RAM 4 CO.
Co.it.cil Ulud'Cilv, oct IS, HjI.
DII..G.BHA.GCJ S TOXIC AND
The rreat p mular me'licine of the tl.iy
. . PV 1 1 . , 'Pi
Vast amount usen per m.mui me nu
merous ami wonderful purr's it eflVets
Its m.igic.J cirect upon Utlioms Fevers,
ami Fever anJ Ague (Jre:it c.ei:cment
amoiiv; the DikUocs 1
RE now admitted on ah nan Is to be a most
L. extraordinary and valuable medicine ill
eueral use. It not only acts us a speciuc upoi
the bilious and typtis feve. s, chills and lever,
and fever and ague uf the Ve.,t and Sotilh-bul
all diseases of debility, weak stomach, nidi-
estion, lossof ajipoiitc, impurity of tho blood,
lid all diseases prevalent iu .1 wcdei n and south
ern climate. Th-ir great pow:r co.isids in
their peculiar elleel upon all llie organs or lb
system and l!iei.itu i loie.anoii new aim
pure blood they produce. In this lies the great
secret of their sin cess. Th- j me lnil.1 and
lcasantin tiwiraeiion h it t-. irel.ing and 'i-
maiienl in men ein-ci p. in iiauir; ne n-mui c-.i
recesses uf the system hv tlieir rca ly ab-orptioii
into the blood, thereby infusing a new- supply of
v it al it v and nervous power into all me uiaeiniie
ry of life. The extensive popularity lliey liau
acipiircl all over the Wcot and South tiia uo
sales of at least
50,0" Kl po r.s ri;a month !
And we find it dillieult with our lurge force of
hand. and the late imnrovements in machinery
whith we have adopt -.!, to iii.inur.ielui e ttie-ii
fast enough to supply ihe demand iu thirteen
western and southern Stales! One largo manu
factory is constant ly engaged in preparing tin
various eoneenti aled exliaets ot v. inch lin y
are compounded. Erotii Ihe best information
we can obtain from our S,IM0 selling agents,
and hosts of attentive correipeiideuts in all
parts of Ihe country, our medicine c-ires per
month not less than
10,000 cases of fever and ai;ne, one ttioussn I of
which have resmed all other liealm.ui i
5,3lK) cases of w i; iknc and general delnl.ly ;
2,.rOil ' or yarious cliroinc tlibi.ase.-;
J.ii'iO " of weak stoiu.icli and los f ajipe
Km casesof dyspejta (
l,'2oO " of rlieuiu it ism ;
1,(KK( " of female complaints J
lj'iitO " of ague cake, or enlarged spleen
This must appear almost inciclible, b it tiia
numerous letters from physicians, agents and
those who use the medicine, from all Ihe wei
em aud southern St atos, satisfy us that this is
moderate estimate. Slid ibat our medicine is rtp
idly taking the plaeof thu va: iocouiiterfomi-.ts
which are afloat, aud the numerous tonic mix
tures made w boll of quinine, w hich aie impos
ed upon the public by manufacturers who
no body kno ws where 1
Price of Tonic pills, 75 cents j and Anti-bil-ous,
L'f) cents. A. G. P.-.i;'t, m. i.,sole pre-fil-elor,
St. Louis, tor sale by P. A- bAMrv, ht.
Mary, and Sakp V ENi.i.iu, Glenwood, moi
bydoaltu in Uieditiiit I'.n oiig'noul flu L'iul4
baltL. auj 31- ly
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