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Those wlio villus religious privileges
ought to lo nil in tin ir power to cncmir
sge nd sustain tlicm. Society is inJcbt
ed to religious institutions for whatever
makrt it an ohject o desire.
Those desirous of sctiling within the
reach of religious privilrcs already in
existence, srill find them nt the Frcshy-
tenan Mission, at iwileview, where
preaching is regularly mnintoiiind every
I Thernio'ter f !)" nnnd'Hf'vVind
FM TNI E I M N E M N K
ps. makv . reed .will open a Re-
iL lt School nt the ,,,,.
MISSION SCHOOL ROOM,
for children and youth, on Monday, January
Tuition, !yit,00 per month.
Dr. Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla.
f?V It i the only preparation that Is worthy
Sabbath, and cost nothing only the trouble ' the least commence or me ru,uir, ,or .ue
curf or uiraBuij.iwMnh...... - .......
.iin r the blood, vix: Scrofula, or Kme
religious denominations have their repre-1 en White Swellings, Enlarged Glsnds, Fever
sentatives amoiii' our present population, I tr. Pimples on the face, olil Sores and Ul
And hence n good ocn.sion is afforded for ,-ers, Blotches, Biles, Nervous Affection-, Can-
the exercise of Christian libenditv, and
that chnri'y which "thinkelh no evil," and
we Iiodc narrow nnd biirotcd ideas will
never manifest themselves in such a man
ner as to put the Angel of charity to
There is no reason whv those who do
not think like others in nil respects in re
ligious matters, will not unite witn
them in those particulars in which they
'greei Christ lalii'y hi d bigotry possess no
" ' . "I'-'f . The ll("art'','
tm are never found in the other. Lli
tians ar not bigots, nnd bigots are not
Christians. It is to be hopedthen, the
spirit of unity should pervade the minds
of every friend of Christianity, and that
discord and strife, may never take up its
bode in this peaceful community.
. . : k. . . . I : t : T , ; ..
cere, r.rysipcias, hiii'iiubusui, fipiuui ,..
rases, Tains in the Bones and Joints, Ring
Worm or Tetter, Scald Head, diseases of the
Kidneys, Mercurial Diseases, ate. Dr. Eas
terly's Iodine, and SasrAantA, is coin
pounded of those articles which simultane
ously act on the different organs of the body,
and possess the most efficient elensing ami heal-
ngi propei ties. Hundreds or the most intelli
rnt an 1 respectable flmiliesin St. Louis, hav
used it, and speak of it in the highest terms of
traise. Ins meiiciue six mm jirmir.j
cheaper and bettor than any other preparation
U'-iT" - 1 per Dottle, or sin bottles for
CaT For sale at Dr. EASTERLY'S Family
Medicine Store, corner of Third and Chestnut
streets, St. Louis.
Also sold by P. A. SARPY, St. Mary, Iowa
and by dealers in medicine generally, in the
,,rvrnl T A X 11 At.FNCY AND
- mt mmi
JOUTICIL BLUFF tux. J"
, nr -raIred in th-! b'iines of buying am)
A aellin" Land Warrants, and entering Land
.. . f....?.n uinfl' Land District. Itnir ar
r8,,ge,nents fur entering Lands for aetll.Ti and
others, on a credit of one. two or three year,
ri. n,. deficient. And they vBll be llrepared
. ,i t n fill nil orders of tll.it character,
ti.- ii.rtiation of Land TitUs, payment
nf f.nes. rolrrhase and Sale uf lands and town
lots throughout this land district, and all d.isi
... ,nn..eted with the Land Oll.ce at this
place, entrusted to thein, will be promptly at-
en'KMi i". . , . .,
Mransrers wi'tnng io locaie '"'"
.'n i- i. hod with S irnideand coinreyance
f they desire it, and dir-rtcd to the bestjioints
for selection. ........... r r;,
F.xchange on St. l.ouis anu i i. ...-. v,-,-.
l t.l I.tli.rot ttaid oh detius-
ie. oouc;iii. p". - - . i
ites as per agreement.
Our attention will also be given to the pur
chase and sale of Town Lots in Omaha t tty.
Itelleview and Winter iuarier, :vui.
QtiaCY, Adams County, j
. . Jan. 2 J J, 1855.
M($r$. D. E. Red and Co :
Your letter of Nov. 29:li was only re
ceived by lost mnil, it having been ull over
4ho United States and part of Canadas
bearing more particularly, however, the
post mark of Quincy, Illinois, Dec. 12th
nnd llus too, when thejleller was as plain
ly directed to Quincy, Adams county,
Iowa, as letters uf the alphbhet could be
formed. Why is it thst the majority of
ur Eastern mail for this place comes in
-from the West, and vice versa. The
'Western mail mailer very oftc:i comes in
from the I'nst ?
With much rrspect,
I remain yours, &.C.,
R. B. LOCKWOOD, P. M.
In reply to the query, "Yliy Uoes a
majority of our Eastern mails, for this
place,' (Quincy, Iowa.) come in from the
Wrstf'" Wc nreaumo the fault lies with
1he Distribu'iiiij Uiiuo at KeoktiK, me
iniiil being sent South whiih should have
been sent West. We pre' mo the rean-n
whv Western m;dl con., from the East,
rh'Vy'Ue f-.-UtiJ ifl the pot ' effl at (J
woo-1, which should send it East, and not
At Belleview, by !v. Wm, Hamilton, Gr.o.
F. Tea" k, "t K-IJeview Terrace, to Mrs. bo
niiA Mrrss.oV St. Mary.
I!y the same, Jac ob Skirvin, of Belleview
Terrace, to Mi.s MaAi.aET Lvti.iNe KtL
isos, i f I'latt ' Vill, Iowa.
Noc.tke f iriiixh'-d ths Printe's'.
StlUATTF.RS RALLY I
"VfOTICL' is hereby given, thst there will be
meelii.ol tlie Ijeltt view M-uiers' L.uo,
on SATURDAY. February 10, at the Mission
House. Lrtther be a full attendance, as bu-
iness of llupoiUu.co will brought before the
W. . BYEBS,
1 AND FI'RVLYOR Omaha Cjtr. Kfras-
I s ka Territory. Ijind claims aelecteV and
located. Agent for i lie purchase, improve meat
ana sale or city propei ly or lands.
Hon. Jonejdi Williams, Muscatine, Iowa j
J. l. MeCall, Esq., Fort !) tnoine, Iowa j
Hon. Lnos Lowe, Jilulf City, Iowa.
N. U. letters r enquiry relative to Nort!
rn NebraNka, answered in oinptly.
Omaha City, Jan 31, '55-ly.
Pr. Eatxrly' American Oil Liniment
This valuable Liniment, combines the mo
efficacious articles known forall the various
forms' tf disea: requiring an external apiilica
tion. Una of its p.-ilicipal active ingredients,
it the Amisican Oil (or Petrolium) which is
universally known to possess rara Hkaling
and CuaATivs Paoi-tarits. Tbia Oil, when
combined with other valuable remedial agents
of known and established eflkacy, forms a safe
and sura remedy for Rheumatism, Druisrs,
8prins, Cuts, Wounds, Bums, Scalds, Old
FeM acd Ulcers, Scald Head, Tetter, Ring
Worm, Eryaiiielaa, Piles, Cansers, btill Joints.
Caked JJrrasts. Paralysis, Contracted Tendons
or Curds, ke., aa4 also for htrains, Spavin,
Scratches, Cbaes, Saddle and Collar tialls,
Sores, Wounds, Fistuli, Sweeney and Pol! Evil
in Lorscs. Tbis Linimeat has a dirt-ct and pow.
tifiil action uou the secrtoijr aa4 absorbent
vessels, timulatine Iheui to a healthy action
ihus enabling Hum l throw off the morbid or
3ieasvd asatter w hit h obstructs the cincuUtioti
khus K-movin all diseases or injurtea f the
Boner, Muscles, Cartillages, .Nerves and Kkin,
One bottle will convince the ite kejitical
f its woadeiful efficacy in curing Vruiars,
Suiaias. Itbuoiatism. I'aines, Sori-wxt and
StifTness of t!ie Joints, 4:.
Dr. Easterly' American OU Liiiint is
withaut exception, the asost valuable remedy
a-tv compounded to' all duee of Man or
9 sast, requiring an externa! ap ilieation
Price SO cents per bottU, ar ire botls
, A liberal discount uta4 to wkviesale
purchasers who buy to sell again.-
(QT For sale at Dr. Easterly's Family Med
leina Store, southeast coraer t Third and
Chestnut streets, St. Louis).
1 Also sold by r. A. Sarpy, St. Wary, Iowa
and by dealers io medicine generally, ia the
faff" Read Dr. Easterly's ajvertiiwujejit iu
another column of our paper and giv bid!
call. ' K-
Sr. Carter's Ccugtt Balsam.
(fy Is the most pleasant and efheacious reme
dy for Coughs, Coks, Asthma, Consumption
tnd all diseases of the Lungs, ever ottered to the
niblic. Our ever varying climate, and the cold
bleak winds of the north and west produce
Coughs and colds dangersous colds, which de
manrl of the wise II prudent,the earliest attention
For this pi:t pose no remedy has ever been disco
ered which has effected so many cures, and
which seems to give such universal satisfaction
to all, as Dr.CAarra's Couoii Balsam. Read
er, have you a cough? Do not neglect it. De
lay isdangerous. Use this Balsam, at once, and
It will effectually cure you.
ffig" Price 25 cents per bottle, large bottle
$l,or six bottles for$".
For sale at Dr. Easterly's Family Medicine
tore, southeast corner of Tnird and Chestnut
4., St. Louis, Mo.
Also, old by P. A. Snrpy, St. Mary, Iowa.
.. . ... . ... i- .
a .u hy dealers in medicines generat:y, in u
Glorious News ibr jScbraska.
The steamer Saranac lias just arriveJ,loadc(l totltfi gUanUwilh goods for
1") hints. I.rown fujar,
A hluU. Clarified do.
20 libit S. H. Molase,
1 ) bl It. N. (). Molaeses,
10 1-2 Mill. OoMen Syrup,
2V) sarli" (;. A. Salt,
100 bl.N Kanawha do.
50 arks dairy do.
20 boxes do. 1 Soap,
10 hbls Cider Yinear,
, fi hbls No. 1 and 2 Mackerel j
I K l.l.t.
20 boxes and half boxes Star Candles,
f) boxen Tallow candles,
i)0 keg Nails. aorted,
2 boxes C'oa Fish,
30 sacks Hio I'oih e,
Imperial and Young rjyson Tea,
Soon, Saleratus, Cati'ly, ltai.-"ns,
linlish Walnuts, Almouils,
tiltiirer, Spice, Pepper, ate, &cw
Kt F.aKNCES. l..
W. Babbitt and Dr V..
Keri'iver flLllll J.rtiio wi-
fiee at Council Illulls, ami Cul. 1. A. iruiHer,
and P. M. Cnssadyt K-gister and Receiver at
Fort Demolnes, or any ot Hie Dusiin ss uioii 01
, . . ' w t 1 TI-A...1..... T tlnnm nf ttte
Pacific Hotel, nearly opjiosite the Land Oilicc
Council lllulTs, noy 1-ly.
C. W. HCRCK.
Attorney at Law.
Will nraetice in the Sixth, Seventh, Eight
and Ninth Judicial Districts in Iowa, and Ne
kri.Vn Territory. He will always be supplied
with blank deeds, mortgages, uncdh of trust,
declaratory statements for pre-emptions, be.,
and will give prompt attention to conveyanc
ing, examination of titles, c.
Particular attention paid to securing
anil collecting debts.
References Hon. E. II. Norton, Platte City,
Mo., H. M. Vorios and Jaioes Craig, ls., St.
Joseph, Mo., Curlis Hates, Fort Des Moine.
Nebraska City, ebraska Territory.
McMAKOJl & WILLIAMS.
WHOLESALE ANO aETAIL
CITY OF COUNCIL KLUFFS, IOWA.
(at the bium or the bio siobtak.)
AVE Just Received, in addition to .7
their former stock , a large and well ii br
acketed assortment of American, French,
and English Drills, Medicines, Perfumery, Dye
Stud's, Paints, Oil and Glassware; also, a good
assortment of Groceries, Wines, Liquors, be.
At the head of llroadway. oet in. ':i
Ofll ASSORTMENT IS I.ARfiF. AND COMPLr.TK.
Sheet in -s C . brown ', arid bU.i"'iM -lomeslic rfrillin?". cVsnahurg,. Ravens, ducks, kr. kn.
(rliT' I'he attention or" the ladies i-5 called to our assortment of dress goods, which they will
find a" rc.Mnls price and rJ-ialitV, to he unsurpassed in Western Iowa. Calieo, gintliains,
' t' ... r,r t.'.n lutetl f:.s'.int. and svle. I. m ir. cifd rsns. collars, chimi-
lawns.oeianrs nerw ..... - ., , . , ' . ..
tts ileeves. silk and satin bonnets, I111C11 and cotton hatUlKerChicU, liosieiy, parasols, all of
urtnch w ill be sold exceeding v low.
wtucn w in oe sum e v-'ri A t-, r"H.T irron
iiil inuf. hroa'l 5r?htiriiiiniT nti fitif.f. jrtff flnd lor chains
V, rO IHIS4WS) llllll oanej I.- 11 .
bench p'anes.and in fact everything in the hardware Ime.from a Jcvyjharp up to acradling sf ythc
a, fm rtoston. Boots of all si.es and qualities. Shoes, Ladies enameled Jenny
ind hiiskins. traiters. (dippers, ladies' goat, kip and calf boots, mioses shoes all j.ues.
Hats and caps, books and stationery, drug and medicines, Jayne's and Loudon's family
medicines, a:id all ottier popular paiciu ".....-...v
O U K K N S W A R E ,
Of various patterns, tilassware, tunibier.s.jars, &e., be. fiKl gil. stone ware, chumes, jnrs,
crocks, butter crocks, stove crocks, be, be.
ftil 1,,tonJa nf difTiTent optterns. cherry ilinintr. and bre-ikfist tables, walnut d;tto. ditto.
ll,.rr.,, iviih irlai. nlaiu and f.incv walnut presses, cupboards, tin safes, one or two drawer
i..,,io !l, t:.nils. lounires and iniiltresses. double mattresses, slat bottom chairs, oain seat do.
rock 1 Hi e.hairs, ci ibs. be.
45 r 10k stoves, assorted, Patterson's, ready triinm ;d with tin Or Copper boilers, boxstoves
Grecian parlor ditto., stove pipe, etuows, ato
WOOD AMU. WILLOW-WAR E.
Pine churns, 1-2 bush's, wood buckets, well buckets, wash tubs, wood boA'ls, trays, dou
nius. iiiir.r boxes, brooms, zinc wash boards, clothes pins, be.
SADDLFUY. Bridles martingals, r.:reinglcs, girths, halters, bi iille reins, Blackawk sad
dies, quilt eilts, anailiuo i,anies aiuc aauuies, ui;f;jf nuip9,uiajr wm.a, u. t.. iiips,tow-niu
i ...I llu.hoifs. leather trunks, be.
u c. a 1 n & rv
Kolp-lotitlier. kin. nnd calf akins, moforco lltilncrs, pout skins, hair, &?.
IRON AND CASTINGS. Plow sterl, slicer steel, cast steel, plows, moulds &c.
Pots, ovens, skillets ttnl lids, 6, 8, 10 nml twenty eallon kettles.
PINK DOOKS- 8 by 111 and 10 by 12 sash, window blinds,
CLOCKS 8 day and 30boilr clocks; warranted to run well.
TOBACCO AND CIGASR.
Virginia. Roanoke Nectar leaf tobacco. Regalia and irinctpe cigars of the finest flavor,
Culm and Havana sixes, and virions other articles, but we deem it unnecessary to mention them
as it is no trouble to show good, and we will ne hapliy i t all times to show our old customers,
and as many new ones as may favor us with their pationnge, our goods and prices. Our facili
ties for sellinj CHKA P.arc bettor than any other house in western Iowa, and we intend to do so,
and an examination of our prices is an iiiai n uwessary iv iraniiKcv 01 iiii-iia.
Glenwood, July, l, ! i
Dr. Easterlsy, Fever and Ague Killer.
(jy Is warranted to cure all cases'of Agee
and Fever, Chills and Fever, Dumb Ague, In
ermtltent and Rcniittent 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 than
TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND BOTTLES
have beer, sold, and in 110 uistauca has it failed
to effect a permanent curs as fat as beard from.
(Ty 1'ilr $1 par bottle, or ai bottles, $T
(IV f"r nle l l,' F.asterly's Family Md-
i-iue Store, southeast comer of Third and
C je.ithut streets, St. Louis.
Also sold by P. A. Sarpy, St. Mary, Iowa,
a id by dealers in medicine generally, in the
P7,f Head Dr. F.astcrly's advertisement in
another column of o!ir paper and give him
THE GREEK SLAVE!
Bacchants, Yeans, Flora, Hebeani tea Dancing
fl HIE above celebrated Statutes, tothr with
X fifteen statutes in bronze, and several Hun
dred magnificent oil paintings, from the col
lection of prizes to be distributed among ine
members of the Cosmopolitan Art Association
at the first annual distribution, in January next.
Thi Cosmojiolitaa Art and Literary Associ
ation, Organised for th luteaaragesneut and
Genrrel iWusion of Literature and the Fine
Arts, on a new and original plan.
TI.e Committee of Management have the
tleasiire of announcing that the Fifth Annual
listribntion will take place on the 30th of Jan
uary next, on which occasion tbe:e will be dis
tributed oralloted to members '.everal hundred
works of art, among which is the original and
worfd-P iiowned statue of the Greek Slave, by
lliram Poucia, eocloig over five thousand dol
lars I together with the beautiful statues of Ve
nus, Bacchante, Ilrbc, Flora, and the Dancing
Girl, and fifteen stauettes in bronze, imported
from Paris; Uo, a laigecollection of Oil Paints
logs, comprising some, of the best product 1011
of celebrated Amei jeans and Foreign Ar'ists,
PLAN OF Till; CUKKKNT VKAH.
Thapaymciit of lliiee dollars conatitutes any
one a member of this association, and entitles
bun to the Knickerbocker Magazine for one
year, and also a ticket in the distribution of
Statuary and Paintings which are to be alloted
to members in January.
J'ersons takingaIive memberships are entitled
to five of th Magazines far one year, and also
10 six ucaeis in ins uwiriouuoii.
Persons, on becoiaing members can have their
Mairaziae commence with any month they
choott, and rely on its being mailed o them
promptly on the urst or every uonui, direc:
from New York.
The proceeds derived from ine sal of mem
berships are devoted to Uie purchase of works
of art for too ensuing year.
Books open to receive names at the Eastern
Olhre, JVcw rork, or Western oltice, rwndusky.
lh Gallery of Art is located at Isndusky
(the Wcstei u olli-e of the Association) where
superb Granite tiuiloings have Deen erecled for
it, and iu whose spacious saloons the splendid
collections of Statuary and Painting is exhib
The advantages secured by becoiuuig a mem
ber of this Association are
1st All p rions receive the full value of
their subseription at the sUrt, in the shape of
sterling Magazine Literature.
'id. raru meiiiuer eontrioutliig toward pur
chasing 1 boice works of art, which are to be
(li.itribiitid auuong tbtmselvea, and are at the
same time encouraging the acta of the country,
disbursing thoasaiai ul dollars through its
Ptrsons rriuittinjr fumJs for niembersbip,
should mark letters, "lisgi stirred," and state the
month with which they isb their magazines
to commence, and a bo tUir po4 oilic address
in full, oil the receipt of which, a certificate of
niemlie'ship, together with the magazine desired,
wilt bcfoarded to any part of the country.
Those wi purchase magazines at buokstores
will observe that by Joining this Association,
they recti vi the Magazine and Free Ticket In
the annual distribution, at the same price they
now nav for the Magazine alone.
l!lutraled Catalogues of the whole collec
tion sent on applucaliuu, rree 01 cnaites.
t'ii" Uiliiof the Association, at the Knick
erbu.ker Magazine office, 34S Broadway N. Y.
and at N'n. lnrt H ilar Street, bao4ukv, Ohio
Aresi. fat either office) for infDibership,
Ok DEJiBYC ,V b L. A.
WATCHMAKER &. JEWELEE.
OMR BOOR BELOW W. LLAACY BIOKE
Oaclijl J, te.
INVITES tho attention of the la
dies ami peiitlrmen to his assort
ment of Jewelcrv and FancyGoods
in part consisting or me loi'owing: ..oiu anu
Silver Watches. I-ocketB, Kir-rings, Breast
pins, Finger-rings, Chains, Pencils and Pins,
ke. Violins. Accordms, Fiutesj also, an as
sortment of Toys, &e.
AH or wnicn will vr mil i me iow 1
prirrs every article warranted t be a recom-mendid.
The L'reotest attention will oe paia 10 xne re
pairing of Watches and Jewelry; all
warranted. "ov I,
THE ATLANTIC HOUSE.
ron.MFRi.v Tin: mc'niklv house.
Council lutf?, Iowa.
S now ket.tby Svi.venus m-STiw,
NL'CKOLLS &. CO.
"FEW STOEE & AQEUCY OFFICE
HAVING pnrmaueiity located in this place,
for the purpose of selling G0DS.
LAND, TOWN-LOTS, and doing a General
Agency Business, we would respectfully invite
the public, to gire us a call.
Our Goods were selected with care, and we
are confident that wn shall bo able to give per
f(!Cttatisfaction,toalhNK) SZYl. CO-
sept. 27 '54.
A large and general assort
Y T A It II WARE
X JL ment of Hardware can be bad at
OKKKNK, KINNEY & CO.
KINNEY & CO.
Opposition is the Life of Trade.
if ESSBS. SARPY & ENGLISH ABE NOW
It L receiving at Glenwood, a well selected
stock of dry goods, fancy goods, clothing, boots
and shoes, groceries, hardware, crockery, dn:gs,
tirpiors, stoves, tinware, &c., 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 liojse in Mills, Fro
mont or Pottawattamie counties.
And in eivinz notice to the farmine Cornmii
nity, we will givethriri tile highest cash price
r.ir nieir produce, sucn as beer, pork, co.-u,
wheat and he.ins. The store is on the west si'ie
of the Public Suunre. Glenwood. nnvt-ly, '
HJctitan lUnatina tinimcnt.
With a Healiftjf Pilnl tra coin to frtit
SHE action rT this Linirtistit is One of tM
most perfect remedial tf offeree; to toe
aiilicted. Its action updn the o tanizatioa rs
ruly wonjeif il. Itsvolatile. pens'. rating. soota-
in; and henlil',3 ptdtierties di.fu themselves t
the very bones. It enters into the citxtilatiaa r
the blood- civt-. anew imp ilse to whole netvaMl
svstem to the very extremities of lite nners
and stimulates toihe absorbents ard secretie
and t'tus '.??ist NATuar. to throw off ass Tti
herelf of any diseased sectn'n of tl.a aers-aa
eh'Inli'r ligaments, making it equally applied
hie 10 (lores of enr hilt'l; rheumatism paws
11 every part of thebridr, from a diseased asfee
of any of the strurtdriti portions of thssyslMS.
While it is nerfvrttv IIHrnilets to healthy Heetn
skin or bone, it lis tl)c property of entering
into combination, arti! dissolving any of tbs or'
ranic tissues when (hey are diseased, or their yi1
talilv isdestroyel. Possessing then peculiar
powers, is the reason why it is equally etficacion
in so imtiv .titUrpnt eomt.l aints. It acts wpaa
scientific principles and fixed laws of tha Crea
tor! . ....
The larce number of casn in wnicn inn imi-
ment has proved its value, in the snort tiros a
liaS befin before tlie people or aiwum.
ck'iit t give the greatest confidence that its vie
t'les are incomparable in cureing rheumatissl
bruises, strains, burns, wounds, swelling!, i
en or Crackeil breastj did sores or pains ia as
part of the bddyi
Pr. lions AESriMcsiTi
State or ls80l'rtt,
(Comity of St. Louis. J "
Be it remembered, that on tbis fifth day 6
.fav, A. P. IXM, before me, the undersigned,
mayor of the city of St. Louis, in theeountv and
Stale aforesaid, came personally DxviJ M;
Smvthe, who, upon hia oath, says that the toU
lowing statement is true.
In testimony whereof I hereto Set mf haad
the day and date last aforesaid.
JOHN HOW, Mayor.
Soc. Newman, Register.
Sr. Lor is, Mo., May 3, 185S.
Dr. A. O. BaAOO, A Co. Gents: You will
probably recollect that I called into voar ailah
tishmen't some three weeks since and" purchased
a fifty-cent bottle of your " Mexiean mustanf
liniment ;" my object in so doing Was to try iW
merits upon niy dansfliter's arm, Who hfcs been
iull'ering from the ertects of a severe disloeatio
of the el bow for several years past.
The excruciating pain eonseoitent upon falsa1
setting of the bone had dwindled and contracted
her arm to a puny size, and I Consider it a dutr
levolvintr upon trie to aCoualnt the community of
the hcnclicial etlectyour liniment haspaoducedi
Her arm was drawn to a ritn angle, anu was
almost inert and useless, until your invaluable
liniment was applied, since wliieti time,! am
happy to state, she has enjoyed tin interrupted
good 'strength, and can use her arm nearly as pli
an'.ly as before it Wasdislocated.
would slate, noweverj m.u pnoi io iryin
your unequaiea liniment, useu several oiner
remedies, and among them M.! Lean's volcanic1
oil liniment," but wiih the least beneficial result,
0 ,( I'ovrup
It. O.U Z 1 III..
We ofTer this liniment aS a remedy in the varl
ous diseases and complaints for wfu'eh it Is r
commended With full Conhdence of iU sUlitl
in curing them.
The folio wing is a list of the numerous and ev
fraordinary cases it has cured during tha la
few month :
.7fi) cases of rheumatism in alius forms
UOivS and Stationery frle by
SAKPlf k. ENGI tSU.
rilAKF.N'up by Peter A. Griifi y, of
1 Township, Page County, Iowa
who, having made great repairs
and alterations m the House, Eal.es
bimsetr tbat be will be abie to provide any
who favor him with a call, a comfortable home.
His table wiil be supplied with the beet the
market ati'ords. prepared by experienced bands,
and the weary will find a good resting place.
Com ano "MAir. VounsKi.vr.s to hom:."
In connection with this Hotel nay also be found
a rood and extensive
F LIVEKY STABLE,
for the accd-mmodation of all who wish to ob
tain boraes anJ carriages, which are a good
aubstitulefor firsC rlass railroad cars, on snori
noticet or superior sa.'iie i.o.s.-, .... -" " -
dies or gentlemen. The TT'S
ery liable are ' BUSSB1.L fc DvSTlN.
.... rtrt icr.f nin
Hlun city, lows, nov t, -
JOHIf W" fcAhE, i a.
BENTON, J X-
t). I'aire Louiuy, lowa. Jiie
larire Brindle Steer, the points of both liori
sawed oil', with a gimlet hole through the
point of tin; left horn, supposed to be eight or
nine years old. smooth crop and iinderbil in the
right ear, ni dslil in the lelt, mid to all appear
ances, a beast of labor, with a common sized
cow bell on, w.th a narrow leather strap for a
boll collar, buckle i 011 and ti -d with a leather
string, said ox was tln.i in order. Appraised
at thirh fSIn dollars.
Iowa, Page Cocntv,
Clarinda. Nov. 27,114.
I eertifv that the above is a true description
of the above described proj.erty, as taken from
the Estray Book in my othce.
EL1GAII MILLER, Clerk,
jan 24, S!t,-3in pes fee S).
10R.V and Oala wanted by
HOUSES, work oxen an 1 viJ tnstock, ditto.
SARPY &. ENGLISH.
(iKEENE, WKAKE & liLMU,
Council I51uffs, Iowa.
Greene, Weabe & Rice,
Fort DesMoine, Iowa.
CaKENE & Weakk.
Cedar Rapids, lows.
NOTES and Bills collected, and proceeds
promptly remitted to any part of tha Uni
ted States, at current Rates of Exchange.
i,.tral naid on deposits for over thirty
.lava III 11m of exchange on all the principal
cities bought and sold.
Iju.ni effected on trood security.
Vacant lands selected and ciiteied in any of
fice in the State.
Land Warrants for cash or on time, contin
nallv on hand.
Locations of lands for distant dealers at the
most li'-cral rates.
Notes bought and money loaned on good se
curity. KirEarKTES. F. L. Jesup & Co., W. J.
Banning & Co., bankers, Dubuque, Iowa; Cook
it hartetit. Davenport, lowat Culbertaun At
Beno, Iowa City, lowa, Peoples' Bank, New
Yoik city; Ketchum, Rogers k. Dement, ban
kcrs, do., St Idon, Withers Si Co., Washington
D. C,; lion. (has. Mason, Couinnssionur of
Patents, Washington, D. C; A. C. Dodge, If.
S. 8., Burlington, lown; Geo. W. Joneit, II. S.
S., Dubuiiuei Joseph Williams, Chiei Justice,
Council Blulis, dee 13, 1854.
TAKEN up, on the llth of November, 1S51,
by Goo man Davidson, at his residence 011 the
East Nodaway river, four miles South of Bol-
u.m'i mill, ill Biichanon Township, Page
County, Ioa, one Bay Horse, black mane and
tail, dark bs, while hair on each shoulder,
some saddle marks, some Whits hair oil bis fore
head, a little while spot on his rump, supposed
to be mark-.M r..:n a e'ouiwri uuoui iweive
years olih fourteen hands high. No other marks
or brands perceivable. Appraised at (ity-
beven dullais and hlty cents t,. )
IOWA, 1'AliL LOl .1 1
flu ri ml. December 111. lt!4.
I certify that the above is a '.cue d.scription
of the above described property, us wiuiudui
the Estray Book in tiv olliee.
1.I.1JAI1 .lllla.r.n, w.
j 1 HE undersigned has on band and for
H sale a few thousand select grafted apple
trues, ready for transplanting in orchards the
coming fall and spring.
Red June, haldwin, white winler parmain, fall
pippin, nelmont, wine sap, yellow liemower,
Rii.'de Inland greening, swaar, priors red, red
astrafhan. erlv harvei-t. sweet June, summer
rose, summer (pier 11, Hall's janet, rambo, wine
apple, wnne bellillowc.-, lvoman stem anu
The Catalpa and Blaek I.oeu.-.t.
Tha Srlcw ball, English and American lilac,
red dogwood, honey suckle, rose, &c.,4.c.
A few of the Isabella and Catawba grape from
St. Mary, Iowa, Aug. 31, '53.
augiUiy. GEORGE HEPNER.
1)ERS6N Swisliing to make purchases, wil
do well to give us a call and examine ou
stock, which comprises a general assortment
and will be sold at greatbareaina.
sp 'i. ,." J u i I', iv. r.. unwr.i v. y,yr
4.2I10 do sprains and bruises 1
5,4iK) do burns and scalds;
3;4W) do fresh cuts and wounds
40 do cancers;
7,740 do scrofulous sores and ulcers thai
had resisted all fHiteti1 treatment)
5,240 do inllamed or swelled joints
7,;"sK) do piles; .
4tVi do umbaeii,seiate,gout and :ar'a
fi,250 do chapped hands )
j,faj do ' eakmt breasts, ' ' ".'
4,rVH do toi'tli-ache ; ( ,
I'l'.OtK) do vario'iS cb'-e'. ..se.
This mu::t appear almost mcredibie, but ihi
numiro'is certificates and letters from distin
guislie-1 physicians, citizens, agents and others'
vvho hive used the medicine, enable ns to su
stantialethe above facts; millions of bottles of i
are yearly coiis.iiued, and it has always giverf
satisfaction. .. . r.
To tousTBY merchants. Every store sno'j
be supplied with this valuable Vuumeut, as it
pays a good profit and soils rapidly. .
Prices or the mnimemt. It is put up m
bottles of three sizes, and retails at Stoeents, W
cents and sfiil per bottle. The 50 eer-t Krd orJ
dollar bottles contain fa) and 100 pffr cCnt morl
liniment, in prOprli ticm to ureir co"r, so uii
inonev is saved by buying me lagersnes'
A. G. BKAlib aeH'., oie rroriririuraj
Pri'i.rinal ofles.eor. Third and Market sU.
St. Louis, and 304 Broadway, fl.-l Torlt.
For sale by P. A.SAueY.fcL Mary, jihej ky
py & Evulisii, GlenwooaJ and by dealers id
medicine everywhere. aug 31-ly
jan 24, 185.-,-3ir. pr's fee si,0.
COCHRAN. O- MEUfcATH
COCHRAN &. MEGEATH-
T TILL buy or sell Lands, make
t at'.ciiit to the p.ircnase and saie or town
lots and all kinds of business connected with
the Government Land Offices In Western or
Cential Iowa. Exchange on St. Louis and
be Eastern cities bought and solo, jan 3 '55.
IN every county in the United States active
and enterprising Men to act as Agents, to
transact biuiness that will pav, to a kinartand
energetic person, from l ine to Five Hundred
doiurs.per montii. 1'ie niiMiiesn 1, very Honor
able and requires no capital. As many write
us from mere idle curiosity, no letter will be
answered hy us unless it cuidaitui one dollar, as
proof of (rood faith, upon the receipt or whicU
we will fully explain the business. No letter
will be taken from the olfice unL the postage
is pre-paid Address,
DR. D. F. BLACKBURN,
Hampshire, Maury Co., Tennis;., e.
(J- Any newsfaer or other publication,
giving the above four insertions, (including tin
notice) and fowardii.g a copy ss above, will re
ceive the informati.nl aloiesaUl, without any
PCS. Hickory Shilling, for sale low, at
GREENE, K.1NNEY i. CO.
sept V7 54.
LANDS FOR SALE
THE SUBSCRIBER being desirous of mov-
A LL persons knowing themselves indebted
to Geo. P. Stiles, are re.pie.sted to make
immediate payment to the undersigned, or liiey
wiil fine their accounts in the hands oCthepro-
ner othcer for collection. Ccme one, come all
and save cost. P. J. McM H0S.
oct IS, 'ji tf
)R..G.BItAGGJ 'S TONIC AND
ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS. -
Tli preat popular medicitiis (i( 1116110
Viis'. amount used pvr uioiuri nit m
mcrous and won.lcfr.il cures it nCts-
Its mapoal efTuM ilp-n! Hilidrfis Feversr
and Fever and Afifc--tjreut excitemerlt
anions: the D.ictors 1
f , it '.
1 J.Efancy notions for sale au
p as dirt, at the cheap cabh
NUCKOLLS 4- Co.
fllllE subscriber has iust opened this new and
X Commodious building for the reception of
the traveling public, and solicits a share of pub
ic Tavor. Prompt and cnieictil auenuon will
bj paid to all Who may favor him with iheir
patronage. His table will be supplied with the
D 'St HIS lliarKFl ailorilS. A poou sroiir n
tarhed to the premises. Wm. ENGELL.
fel.Marv, lowa, mar. IS, 'n4 u2'.-tf
1 1 TOBACCO. Jx.vcrs of Hie Weed will tin d
X. a suiierior article of cbwing and smoking
Tobacco, at the Agency Wore, of GREENE,
KINNEY &. CO., hi. Ilary. ocl-l.
SHIRTY down Men and Boya
sale cheap, at the Agency More of
a"p 5T7. ilthi;.M.,
' i CASS EbooU aud !io.-s for sale cheap
Hf nll.vtf MJUl()l.l.s ft I'll
ing lo taliioruia, oners tor aio hid
IIom i.ste A n Of 10U acres, situated ou uie
stai;e road between St. Joseph and Council
II lull's H miles South of Council Blull's and 4
North of the village of St. Mary, and near
the Missouri river, in Mills County, Iowa; and
OcDOoite Belleview, Nebraska, T.
Also, 410 acres of Pbaibie Land near St.
Mary, and 900 acres of Timbebed Lano on
the Missouri river, and near Glenwood. These
Ijiiulsare all iu Mills County, lowa, ami pre
sent inducements to land purchasers seldom of
fered; containing timber, prairie, lime stone,
sand stone, and indications of plenty of coal;
and also beiiit; situated ou the most feasible
point on the Missouri rive for the crossing of
the Pacific RailroKl
Suitable cattle for crossing the plains will
betaken in exchange at fair rates. The buyer
can have immediate poitsession, and all the
.Train aud fart.iniT utensils he wants at a fair
rate. DANIEL HERREFOill).
Traders Point, nov 1, 'j4-U
THE CHEAPEST GOODS
f llliti undersigned is now in receiot of and
TO YES for sale by
flMIE subset iber will visit St.
X Mary tin Wednesday's and
Glenwood 011 Tuesdav 's '.nd Satur
day's of each we. k, and will supply
uiaikcts u iili Fn !i Meat-i, Butt ;r, I'.gis
Yc-ge'ablea, ot tin market pric
t-ept 27,'ott! P. 110 KK Est,
receiving tlie largest and cneapiesi aiocit
of fall and Winter Goods ever ollcred in
Council Bluff City, or Western lowa. Those
wishing to pay cash for Goods will do well to
call and examine. O ir stock consists of every
variety of goods needed by the peopla in this
portion of the country, such as cloths, casai
meres, sattinetts, twevds, jeans, white scarlet
and birred Itaiiiiels, plain and barred liuseys
liHJ pieces good style madder prints, cashmeres
merinos, allatiacas, bleached and brown sheet
ing and shirting, ticking and drilling, bleached
and browu canton flannel, drapers and crash
ers, all wool table coets, b-own and h'euche
lim n, silk and bay stale shawls, am every
variety of uress goods.
Mens' and boys' r.'l and winter
lis" s ami catH, boots a. id alio hardware ami
ipieeiisware, iron, nails, coti'.-e, (.i.g r, tea 1 10.
lai-se, rice, flour, &.C.: alio, a large lot of fur
niture and litpiors. As it is our intention to
sell for cash, we flatter oursi-Ues that we can
hold out superior inducements to those that
wish to buy cliwup goods than stores that are
selling ou lrut.
Country dealers are r.pieiteJ to rU and ex-
mm? o.ir si. ).''..
B. P.. PEGU VM s CO.
Coaae'il BtutJCiW, ort J, 1 i...
UE now admitted on all liand.i to pe a roosi
extiaordiuary and valuable medicine ilf
generl asej It nol ouly acts as a spocilic upon
tin? biliojs ami lypus fevers, chills and fuveri
and fever and aue of the West and South but
in all disea-a-s of debility, weak stomach, indi'
esiioii, lossof appetite) impurity of thf. bioot
aim all d.eeases pi evaicnr 111 a western wnuii
ru cliuie, their irrcat miwer consists 1
their jwiMilur eifvct upon all the organs of tha
system ; and the rapid formation of new au4
pure blood they pro.Ure. I it this lies the gret
secret of their success. Tliey are mild aK4
pleasant in their action but se.:rching and pr
uiane.it in the'.r ellVct penetrating 1he ramotat
recesses of Hie system by tha;r ready abao pt o
into the blood, thereby uifu-'iig a new sup:ily
vitality and nervous power itiloall tile maclua
ry of life. The ex'ensivo popularity they ba
ai'ipiire.1 all over the Wet and Soul.!-, eiuuias
jalcs ot ai le-ist
Ot'.O.K) POXES rf M JMTIt I
ml we h.-l it di'iicult with o.ir large fore it
bauds, and the la;j imiiroveincn's 111 Machinery
Wai' -'U Me have a lopt-M, to manuraclure tlieia
tA riiout'h to suppiy ti'.e deta ind in thirteea
western and sou'.Iiomi Stales ! One large maa u
factory is couetaii'.lv eua'ged in prepariBj tlia
various concentrated extracts of which they
are compounded. From tlpj best iuformatioa
we can otitaiu troirl dur ,tu 1 s-'lling a,
aud hosts ot attentive correspen lents iu
parts of the country, our medicine cures pf
montii not less ttian
lii.UUU cases or lever anu asue, orn 111 ousn 01 ,
u-titeli have resisted all othr lrati.i zru'
cases of weakness and general debiiipty'
" of various chronic d svas s
" of weak stomach aud loss wf a;p
cases of dyspepsia
" of female complaints t
of ague cake, or enlarget spleaa I
This must atipuar almost i tic red: ble, but aha
iniiiierous lelleri from pbysicisus, agents aa
those who use tli meJicine. from all the west
clothing, j tr and southern St ales, satf ry us tbat this IS
model ate estimate, and that our medicine is rp
idiy taking tiie plaeof the vai iocouniei foaie to
which are attoai, and the numerous tonic nix
tares made w holly of q limns, wb.ch art iuiposs
ed upon the puhlio by mauufacluivis who iir
110 body know s wluira f
Price of Tonic pills, 75 cants aa 1 AatUtl
ous, 2." cents. A. G. Baaoo, h. ., svl pivf.l
rtor, St. Louis-' For sale by P. A laav, Sk.
Mtiy, ti-J .i-rk F-k.-.tiSH, Ui.-.w-itiJ, aaa
, by deiltr 111 a.un,s throUfhoal tb CarlSaJ
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