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IIair Timr. Wc know Mic times pre
hnrd, lut with none nro lliry harder llinn
WJth the jmhlitthrrs of newspoprns, any
cf our sulisc-riluM and advertiser! lire in
debted 1o us for the pnst year's service.
ui we tirril our pay. Ve intend" to
make out our tnlis tirrninst nil, up to the
first of April, wliii if promptly paid, m
should In; dune, will be a great favor linn !)
LrciM-Ait!..' Nothing of special in
: tert-sl has transpired in tlio legislature
since the loesi'ioti of the Cipiiol.
The Poor or Nnv York. The un-
j employed pour f New York continue
daily toeonrrgwtointhe P.irk. OnThurs
doy one of the 'ocruh" orator who har-
trigue these nssniihhiges wi.s a"OMsci by n
f.rrson irt the prowd of insinreri'y and
laziness, to whidi the speaker replied in
digniuitly, ond offered to po to work at
once. No sooner said tlinn d .me the
man in the crowd immediately employed
the orator to cirry bricks from one side of
the Park to the other. The orator took off
'las enat, r.nd, cheered by a large crowd,
worked diligently for tin hour nnd a half,
received fifty ecu's, nrul declared himself
xeady for another job.
The receipts of tlir "Calioo Tarty"
given by Mrs. Coman, in the eloihrs worn
on that occasion ninuunled to uboiit
Jj .Mayor Wood has issued nil u'tiinrituin
to tho liquor sellers of New Vork. lb:
says to them, "If your shops tire open, or
you r.gniii si'll liijtiors upon i:ndny, I
tui!l resort to every legal mc s nt my
command to close jour esfullislii.i'Vil for
the sale of liquor, not only upon thr.t day,
but for tv-ry oh'ht d..y in the week."
The Mayor talks as though he means what
(Jontv's Lvov's I! ok. The Februa
ry number of this, beautifully illuslrc.fi d
JI..gtizine is received. The cm'jcliish
tnents are of the fmcst description. The
present number ccntanug JO full page
plates, GO contributions, fl engravings,
besides 100 page of reading matter. In
literary point of view, tins Lady's Hook
lies no superiors in the field it occupies.
CJixlvy's Lady'i Monk nnd Arthur's
Home Magaeine, cortain. togelh-r, i cit
2000 pages and 8fX) cinSclIislunetit., v'A
can be hnXnne year for $3, 50s AciJrei .
L. A. fioley, 113 Chesnilt St., J'hilariel
Jilii.i. American Ac.Riri ltckiit.- Partners
w ho can afford to lake an agricultural pv
pcr, in tiddition to that published in their
(Avn neighborhood or strife, cannot d bel
tr than to take the American Atfii- ultu
jst, a large weekly quarto paper, pwblish
1 by Allen kCo., N?. iH'.i Water street
Jm w York. Single, epics, if 2 CO; three
) ics. !..r).(0; f ve copies; $8.00.
Pr. Farterlsy, lever and AgTie Killer,
25" Is smi Aiite l to cure all caseof Ague
and Fever, t bills and Fevi r, Dumb Ai'ne, In
Cnilfeiit a- d Heinittent l evel, and every form
of I ever inc'ijciit tflhe w. I. If tlicre arc a i
ferers in St. Louif, we nar try It. and if it f.'il.
to cur, the n.f,ney shall ke rcfunJed to the pur
chaser. More thin
TWKNTr-HVK TIIOIniAKD rorTci.s
have been sold, and in no lurtanee has it fi;Iel
to effect a permanent cure as far as heari Troin
25?" Pis c Jjl psr bottle, er six kotlles, St).
(Tif" For sale at l)r. Estterlys Family M :U
l:ine Store, soutlieast corner vt Third ual
C icstnut strectK, fit. Louis.
Also fold by P. .V- Sarpy, Hi. Mary, l.wa,
a id by dealer a in medicine gem rally, in the
Read Ft. Fa' r!v"'s au 'rtisement in
snolhi-r coluuiu of our u)u-r a i i give him
-Dr. Easterly's American Oil Linuncat
This valuable Liniment, combines :J.u nms1
elfieacioug articles known for il Die variou
forms of (fisense reipiirinc an external applica-
ion. One of its principal active ingredient,
is the Amchican' Oil (or Pclndiiti.i) which is
universally known to jiosscu rure IIf.amnu
and Cusaiive Propkiijiks. 'Hi Oil, when
combined w i!i oilier v luable reim-dial aR'enlii
of known and established ellirirf , eruis a safe
1 1 1 1 aurc remedy for K!u-tunatiMii, Bruises,
fpiins, C'uts, Vounds, Buiii.h, ScalJ Old
Sorts and Ulcers, Scald Ili ad, Tetter. Rii:B'
Worm, LryniptlaH, Pilef, Cansera, Sti.i jj.'itsi
Caked Breasts, Paralysis, Contracted Tcvlons
or Cordi, It., anJ a!.o fjr Strains, Spavin,
Scratcli'.s, Cbfe, Saddle and Cwllar (jails,
Sores, WoiuiiU, Fistula, SAeeney and PullLvil
in horse. T his J.iniiueiit has a direct and pow
erful action upon tho secretory and e.bsoi ben
i'CHscli, atiiuulatiiiK them to a healthy action,
.tius enablin) thm to throw off the morbid o.
Jiscascd matler which obstructs the cii c uLtioii
ihus removing all dikeaaes or Lnjuiiej cf th
Bones, Miibclrs, Cartillages, Nerves and Skin,
On bottle will convince the most skeptical
of its wonderful efficacy in carinp; !iuise
plains, Kheuiiialimii, I'uines, Kc.rei.ii and
Stillness of the Joints, Ic.
Dr. F.asterly's Ameriean Oil Liniment is
Aithout xception, the most valuable remi Jy
S er coinpouniiid to: all dieaes of Man of
8 ;ast, reipiirlnfr an exteioal ap ilication.
fy" Price 25 cents per buttle, or fir. bottle
(or one dollar
A liberal discount roade to eraie
pui chasers wlio buy U sell ajaiu.
iJV For sale st Dr. Easterly's Family Med
icine Store, southeast corner of Third and
Chestnut streets, St. Louis.
Also sold by P. A. Saroy, St. Mary, Iowa,
and by dealers in medicins generally, in the
JV Rd Dr. F.asterly's advertisement iu
saoh coluiau cf our paper and give him a
f)atc" j 'Ilieiino'ter f"l)T Clo-iHy j WiricJ
i rb 'isTivi "I K'l TTTmT Ni in "MNfc
Dr. Easterly's Iodln and Barsaparilla.
fry It is the only preparation tlmt li worthy
of the leant confidence of the public, for the.
rure of those diseases arising from an impure
state of tlie blond, viz: Scrofula, or Kinsr's
F.ril, White Swelling, F.ularped (itanda, Fever
Vires, Pimples on the fare, old Sores and Ul
cers, Blotches, Hiles, Neron Affections, Can
cers, F.rysipelas, Rheumatism, 8)i)ilitie Dis
eases, Tains in the Hones and Joints, ItiiiR
Worm or Tetter, Scald Head, dieaes of the
Kidneys, Mercurial Diseases, Ke. Dr. Eas
terly's Iodine and Sassaparilla, is com
pounded of those articles which simultane.
ously act on the different organs of the body,
and possess the most efficient cleaning and heal
ngi properties. Hundreds of the most intelli
ent and respectable ii-ei.i St. Louis, hav
used it, and speak of it in the highest terms of
eraise. his medicine is six tiini slrongsr,
cheaper and better than any ether preparation
Frice, $1 per Bottle, or six Bottlei far
(TiT For sale at Dr. KASTERLY'S Family
Medicine Store, corner of Third and Chestnut
streets, St. Louis.
Also sold by T. A. SARPY, St. Mary, Iowa
nnd by dealers in medicine generally, in the
Dr. Carter's Congh Balsam.
(J y Is the mo.st pleasant anil edicaeious reme
dy for CoiiKhs, Colus, Asthma,. Consumjition
.nd all diseases of the Lungs, ever offered to the
inhlie. Our ever varying climate, and the cold
bleak winds of the north und west produce
:ou(;lis snd colds d.inecranus colds, which de
mand of the wise k prudent,the earliest attention
For this purpose no remedy has ever been disco
vered which has efjected so many cures, and
which seems to five such universal satisfaction
to all, as Dr.CAUTF.a's Couch Balsam. Read
er, have you s coiirIi? D.J not neglect it. De
lay is daiir;wrus. Use this Balsam, at once, and
it will effectually cure you.
(py Price 2S cents per bottle, large bottle
$l,or six bottles foi $.').
For sac at Dr. Easterly's Family Medicine
store, southeast corner of Third and Chestnut
its., St. Louis, Mo.
Also, sold by P. A. Sarpy, St. Mary, Iowa,
a id by dealers in medicines generally, in tin
A LI, persons indebted to me by note or book
account, are requested to call and make
payment immediately. P. A. SARPY.
M. Mary, Feb. 11, 1K5.
TO PARENTS AND CHILDREN.
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roa the vr.A 258!
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Publisher and Proprietor,
Corner of Treuioal and Browfield Streets,
Boston, Mass. fb 1L
raiosjt IVsainiissioner, C!hre io St. Mary,
Isncv , , f-7
t RS. MARY ;. R F.F.I) open a fe-
SL lect Sehmd at the
MISSION SCHOOL, HOOM,
for chihlren ami youth, on Monday, January
Tuition, J l,i si per uinuth.
(iKNF.HAl. LAND AtiKNCY AM)
AT COUNCIL BLUFF CITY, IOWA.
COCHRAN A MXOIATH,
VRE engaged in the lmsiness of buying and
sHIin" Land Warrants, nnd entering land"
in the Council Hint!" Land District. 1 lieir ar
rangement fur entering Lands for settlers and
ofhrn, on a credit of on", two, or three years
are not deficient. And they will he prepared
at all timen to till all orders of that character.
The invetigation of Land Titles, payment
nf taxes, purchase and sale of Irtnds and town
lots througliotu mm mini ins'riri, aim on
nesa eomieeted with the Land Oftice at this
place, entrusted to them, will he promptly at
Strangers wishine to locate government land,
ill tie furnished with a gnid and conveyance
if they desire it, and directed to the best.points
Exchange on St. Louis and the F.astern Cit
ies, bought and sold. Interest paid on depos
itee as per a?teeinent.
Our attention will also be given to the pur
chase and sle of Town Lots in Omaha City.
Helleview and Winter garters, JNebraska ier
ntorv. Rrrmrxm L. W. Rahbtlt and Dr E.
Lowe, Leistcr and Receiver of the Ind Of
fice at Council Bluffs, and Col. T. A. Walker,
and P. M. Cassady; Rester and Receiver at
Fort I)emoinc9, or any of the business men of
OFUCB on Broadway, West Room
Pacific Hotel, nearly opposite the Land
Council Bluff!, nov l-ly.
C W. PIERCE.
Attorney t Law.
Will practice in the Sixth, Seventh, F.irrht
and Ninth Judicial Districts in Iowa, and Ne
braska Territory. He will always be supplied
with blank deeds, mortgages, deeds of trust,
declaratory statements for pre-emptions. 4c,
and will give prompt attention to conveyanc
ing, examination of titles, kr.
(jy Particular attention paid to securing
and collecting debts.
Refeicnces lion. E. II. Not ton, Tlatte City,
Mo., H. M Vories and James Craur, F's., St.
Joseph, Mo., Curtis Bates, lort Des Mome.
Nebraska City, Nebraska Territory,
McMAEON & WILLIAMS.
WHOLESALE AMD RKTAIL
CITV OF COUNCIL KLUFF.S, IOWA
(at tub suii or the big mostas.)
QAVE Just Received, in aildition to
their former stock , a lare and well
selected assortment cf American, French,
and English Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, Dye
Mutts, J'aiuts, (ill ami Ulassware; also, a good
assortment of Grocei ies, Wines, Liquors, Ac.
At the head of Broadway.
oct IH, T)4
G- "rr 1 3 iT"trTTMT rr s pi' r
WATGHlAKEIi &. JEWELilR.
OXE 1IUOU Bl-I.OW W. CLASCt's BlORK.
Gina-5i EH'iflf CiiT, Es-jtj:.
TNVITES the atleiuion of the la
dies and gentlemen to his assort
ment of Jewejrrv and FanrvGoods
in part consisting of the fol'owing: Gold and
Silver Watches, Lockets, Er-rings, Breast
pins, Finger-rings. Chains, Pencils and Pins,
&e. Violins. Accordant,. Flulei-J also, an as
sortment of Toys, A-C
All or wiiicii wilt be sold it the p.we.t
pi ices; every article warranted to be as recom
mended. The greatest attention will be raid to the re
pairing of Watches and Jewelry; all work
warranted. novj 'J d
Tjni ATIJkNTIC HOUSE.
rflSMtUr THE MC'SUELT HOUSE.
Council JUuffi, Iowa.
IS now kept by Svlvicncs Dostiw,
who, having mane great repairs
and alterations in the Honae, llatUu-B
himself that he will be able to provide any
who favor him with a call, a comfortable home.
Hi table will be supplied with the l-nt the
market affords, prepared by experienced hands,
and the weary will' find a good resting place."
Come and "make sm iisEi.vr.s to home."
In connection with this Hotel may also be found
a cood and extensive
for the accommodation of all who wish to ob
tain horses and carriages, which are a good
substitute for first class railroad cars, on short
notice; or superior saddle horse, for either la
dies or gentlemen. The proprietors of the liv
ery snible are RUSSELL -V D I' ST IN.
Bind" City, Iowa, nov'-'tl. lo 'un
OEOB..L i KM. - JOHN Wl.AHL, JK.
THOMAS 11. Br.NTOK, JB.
(illKENK, & HEX TON,
Council lUulfs, Iowa.
GntCNE, Wkahi: &. Rue,
Fort DesMoine, Iowa.
CalENE ti. WfcAKt.
Vdar Rapids, lows.
-avTOTF.S and Bills collected, and proceeds
IN iiromptlv remilli d to any part of tha L'ni-
ted States, at current Bates of Exchange.
Interest paid on deposits for over thirty
davi. Bills of exchange on all the principal
cities bouirht and sold.
Loans effected on Vood security.
Vacant lands selected and entered in any of
fice in the State.
Land Warrants for cash or on time, contin
ually on hand.
Locations of lands for distant dealers at the
most liberal rates.
Notes bought anil money loaned on good se
JttrEsrKCKs. r. j.. jesup . a. o., w. J.
Banning U. Co., bankers, DubnqiiM. lown; Cook
K, SarifHiit, Davenport, Jowbj Culbertson &.
Beno, Iowa City, Iowa, Peoples' Bank, New
Voik citv, Ketcliuin, Kogers ti. lieinenl, ban
kers, do., "'' Idon, Withers i. Co., Washirmtou,
I). ( .: Hon. wnas. iMasori, I omniiHsioner or
Patenta, Waah'.'i?ton, D. C; A. ;. Dodge, V.
S. S., Burlington, Jowa; (Jen. W. Jones. IJ. S.
S., Dubuque; Jos'-pli Williams, tlnei justice,
Council lllults, one i.i, i;,4.
iTOVESur sale l-j"
SACYSTa.lt for ale t the cheap caa
store of NUCKOLLS .CO.
FIGS A AD I'L'RRAXTH, lor
SMtPV tc ENGLISH.
G UMALAST Clothsforsale by
I HAllpy fc KNGIS1L
A V.NLS PA1ENT MEDICINES, for .ale
SARPV . ENGLISH.
IJRODUCE AN I) CASH wanted in puvaneut
in payment of debts. S KPytV EN G.
EE F" A N D i'Olliv wan."d" at the Public
1ri'Ti"LDS. BACON' f'.. al at the
JJ) cheap cash store of
,',a.-.f K U C tLLSfcf2..-
rTlvlNS WANT ED All kindsof hkinswant-
O ed, for which the highest price will be paid
by is. v i .
PlEl'ft of Ticking, b
t quality, for
tff saje lov. at
The steamer Saranuc lias just nrrivel,!o;ulel to the rruarls with goods for
con iistinir "f
If) bhds. Brown S iar,
b hhds. Clarified do.
L'O hills S. H. Mob-ses,
l' litis. N. O. MoUesen,
10 1-2 bh's. (Jolden Syrup,
2i0 sncks (. . Sail,"
100 bhls Kanawha do.
Wl s.icks dairy do.
20 boxes do. 1 S iap,
ID bbls Cider Vinegar,
OUR ASSORTMENT IS LARUE AND COMPLETE.
Sheetincs, flue brown ; and b'eachM dnmetic di illines, )snabiirgs. Ravens, ducks. Ac. An.
I'he attention of the ladies is called to our assortment of dress good, which thrv will
find, as regards price ami quality, to he uii-urpa-seil in Western Iowa. Calico, ginghams.
lawns, delanes berages rohes or me laiesi r.isnion ami sine, r.m Troi !rri caps, collars, clnini-S-tts,
sleeves, silk and satin bonnets, linen and cotton handkerchiefs, hosiery, parasols, all of
which will be sold exceedingly low.
Cross cut saws, mill saws, h ind saws, broad
bench p'anes,and in fsct everything in the hardware line. from a Jewsharp up to a cradling scythe
iO cases dir.ct from Boston. Boots nf all sizes
Lind buskins, gaiters, slippers, ladies' goat, kip
Hats and cans, books and stationery, unit's
medicines, snd all other popular patent medicines,
Of various patterns. Glassware, tumbleis. jars,
crocus, nniier ctocks, siove rrorus, ate, Sec.
60 bedstead of different patterns, cherry dining, and breakfast tables, walnut ditto, ditto.
Bureaus with irises, plain ami fancy walnut presses, cupboards, tin f-afes. one or two drawer
stands, wash stands, lounges and mattresses, double mattresses, slat bottom chairs, eaiu seat do.,
rocking '.hairs, ciilis,&c.
45 cook stores, assorted, Patters ni's, re.vdy trimmed with tin or copper boilers, boxstores,
Grecian parlor ditto., stove pipe, elbows, ie
- WOOD k N D WILLOW-WARE. :
Pine churns, 1-2 bush's, wood buckets, well buckets, wash tubs, wood bojrls, trays, dough
pins, sui;jr boxes, brooms, line wash boards, clothes pins, &.c.
SADDLERY. Bridles martingals, circingles, girths, halters, bridle reins, Blackawk sad
dles, quilt feats, and ditto Ladies side saddles, buggy wiaps,dray whips, G. E. whips,cow-hides
fee, saddle-bags, leather trunks, A.C.
Sole-ientlier, Hp, nnd calf nkins, morocco lin'iiip?, gout skins, linir, Jti.
IRON AN1!) CASTINCiS. Plow steel, slieer steel, cast steel, plows, moulds Sic.
Pots, ovens, skillets s.nd lids, 6, 8, 10 nnd twenty jrallon kettles.
PINK DOORS 8 by 10 and 10 by 12 sash, window blinds,
CLUCKS 8 day and 30 hour clocks; warranted to run well.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
Virginia, Roanoke Nectar leaf tobacco. Regalia ami irincipe cigars of the finest flavor,
Culm and Havana sixes, and various other articles, but we deem it unnecessary to mention them
as it is no trouble to show goods, and we will oe happy rt all times to show our old customers,
and as many new ones asmav favor us with their patronage, our goods and prices. Our facili
ties for selling CHEAP,arc better than any other house in western !owa, and we intend to do so,
and an anamination of our Duces is ail lliai is
Glenwood, July, 12, 1H5 1. 46-Hw.
KEW STORE & AGENCY OFJICE
HAVING jiermaneniy located in this place,
for the purpose of S' lling GOO US.
LAM), TOWN-LOTS, nnd doiue a General
Agency Business, we would respectfully invite
the public, to five us a call.
Our Goods were selected with care, and we
are confident that we shall be able to girs per
feet satisfaction to all.
GREENE, KINNEY at CO
sept. 27 '51.
I T ARDW ARE. A large und general assort
J-JL ment of Hardware can he li.ul at
GREENE. KINNEY &, CO.
LHS. Cotton Batting, for sale
GREENE, KINNEY & CO.
OUKS and Stationery for sale by
SAKI'Y &. h.VljI.IMl.
rpAKEN up by Peter A. Gritf-y, of Tarkio
J Township, Page County, Iowa. One
large Brindle Steer, the points of both bonis
sawed off, with a gimlet hole through the
point of the left horn, supposed to be eight or
nine years old, smooth crop and undei bil in the
rightear, and slit in the led, and to all apjiear
auces. a beast of labor, with a common sized
cow bell on, witti a narrow leather strap for a
bell collar, buckled on and tied with a leather
string, said ox was thin iu ordr. Appraised
at thirty (ffl'JU) dollars.
Iowa, Pace Couktt, )
Clarimta, Nov. 27, IX 4. J
I certify that the above is a true description
of the above described property, as taken from
the Estray Book in my olhce.
ELIGAII MILLER, Clerk.
jan2l. 'S.V3HI pr'a fee jji.i.OO.
TAKEN up, on the 11th of November, 1S.VI,
by Goolmau Davidson, at bis residence on the
East Nodaway river, four miles South of Bol
ware's mill, in Buehanon Township, Page
County, Iowa, one Bay Horse, black mane and
tail.daik legs, while hair on each shoulder,
some saddle marks, gome white hair on liisroie
head, a little white spot on his rump, supposed
to be marked with a erouper; about twelve
years old; fourteen hands hign. No other marks
or brands perceivable. Apn'aiseu Ul lilty-
seven dollars and lifty cents (,s.7,dii.;
Iowa, Fak County, t
Clarinda, December Irt, li4 j
I certify that the above is a true description
nf the above described property, as takcu from
uic r.siray iiuua in 'ny unit r.
ELIJAH MILLER. Clerk.
1, 1855,-3111 pr's fee $3,0.
A. COCHRAN. 1. O. MEGKATH
COCHRAN 8t MEGEATH.
m umiu BROKERS.
Council Bluffs, Iowa.
A T JILL buy or sell Lands, mak'J S dectins ;
V attend to the purchase and sale of town
lots and ail kinds of business eomieeted with
the Government Land Ollices in Western or
Central Iowa. Exchange on St. Louis and
be Eastern cities bought ami solo, jan 3 '6b.
LANDS FOR SALE.
fpHE SUBSCRIBER being desirous of inov
L iiig to California, otters for sale his
lloMi.MKAi) of 10 acres, situated on the
slao road between St. Joseph anil Council
Bliiir.. -n miles South of Council ltlulis and 4
North of the village of f t. Mary, and near
the Missouri river, in Mills County, lows; and
Opposite Belleview, Nebraska, 1.
Also, 4(HI acres of Prairie Land near St.
Mai v, and ti K) acres of TinBrHin La no on
the Missouri river, and near Glenwood, These
Lands are all in Mills County, Iowa, and pre
sent inducements to land purchasers seldom of
fered; containing timber, prairie, lime stone,
ssnd stone, and indications of plenty of coal;
and also being situated on the most feasible
fioiut on the Missouri rivo for the cros.ing of
he Pacific Railroad.
Suitable cattle for crossing the Plains will
betaken in exchange at f.i.. rates. Tne buyer
can baw immediate possession, and all the
gvaia auJ farming utensiU he wants at n fair
rate. DANIEL HERREFORD.
Traders Point, aov 1, '5-l-tf
flUIE subscriber vt ill visit St. VT'
1 Mary on Wednesday's and
Glenwood on Tueudw's and Satur
day's of each w ek, and will supply tkesi
markets with rrah M 'Uts. bult;r
Vegetables, at lbs mork-t price
1 1 V 'Ml I. . IM'IH HJl.l.'U Jl.l
fi hbls No. 1 and 2 Mackerel,
K bhls Tar,
l hoxe nnd half boxes Star Candles,
o h"X"S Tallow candles,
00 kes Nails, assorted,
2 boxes Co fish,
30 sacks Rio Coiree,
Imperial and Young Tjyson Tea,
Soda, Salcrat'is, Candy, Raisins,
English Walnuts. Almonds,
Ginger, Spice, Pepper, fcc, c.
axes.choppmg axes, adzes, log and loc i chains-
and finalities. Shoes. Ladies enameled Jennv
and calf boots, misses shoes all si.ej.
ami medicines, j.iyno s and Loudon s family
for sale at Wholesale prices.
W A RE,
!cc. A.c. mki gal. stone ware, churnes, jars,
necessary io couvince y ou ur kip i act,
M'CKOLLS k CO.
f-J & TTT) s-
Oppotition is the Life of Trade.
MESSRS. SARPY. ENGLISH AJIE NOW
receiving at Glenwood, a well selected
I'orlt of dry goods, fancy goods, clothing, boots
and shoes, groceries, hardware, crockery, drugs,
liquors, 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 wo
can sell as cheap any other bouse in Mills, Fre
mont or Poi.'awattaiiiie counties.
And in giving notice to the farming commu
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 west side
of the Public Sonars, Glenw ood. nivl-ly.-"-
aQORN and Outs wanted by S. &.E.
HOUSES, work oxen and voung slock, ditto.
snpy ,t English.
THE undersigned has on hand and for
sale a few thousand select grafted apple
tic, ready for transplanting in orchards the
coming fall and spring.
Red June, baldwin, white winter parmain, fall
pippin, Belmont, wine anp, yellow belfiower,
Rhode Island irreeiiiu!r, swaar, priors red, red
astrachan, eariy harvest, sweet June, summer
rose, summer queen. Rail's janet, raiubo, wine
apple, white belleiluwer. Roman stein and
The Catalpa and Black Locust.
The snow ball, English and American lilac,
red uogwooit, honey suckle, rose, &.C, xc.
A few of tlie Isabella and Catawba grape from
tit. Mary, Iowa, Aug. 31, 53.
s ng 3 1 -1 y. G EORGE HEPN'ER.
IjERSON Swishing to uiako purchases, wTl
L do wll to give us a call and examine ou
stock, which comprises a general assort ineut
and will be sold at greatbargains.
ap 2.t.ril GREENE, KINNEY It CO.
VLL persons knowing themselves indebted
to Geo. P. Sliles, are requested to make
immediate payment to the undersigned, or they
will hue 1 h;.'i.- accounts in the nanus or tlie pro
per ofticer for collcclioo. Cone one, come all
and save est. P. J. MtMAHON.
oet 1, '5d If
,i ? Pil LI I'i'LElaiicy iiolions lor saleas
'JtJfJ.t cheap as dirt, at tlie cheap cash
n i.)-:r rs u i;ivoi.i.! &. t:o.
'MUE subscriber has lust opened this new and
X commodious building for the reception of
the traveling public, and solicits a share of pub
ic lavor. I'rompt and etticietit attention will
0'' psm lo all who may favor nim with iheir
patronage. His table 4lll be supplied with the
Ivat the market all'onibl A pood stable is at
tached lo the premises. M. LNGLLL.
St . Mary, Iowa, maj-15, 'a I nJ'.l-tf
rVlOBAC'CO. LTerTiTrthe Weed will find
JL a superior article of chewing and smoking
Tobacco, at thn Ajeuev Store, of GREEN E,
KINNEY & CO., St. 'Mary. octl.
f I THIRTY dozen M -n and Boys' Caps
.L sale cheap, at th" Agency Siore of
se n L 57. G R EE NEj KfN NEY fc
i CASs Eboots and shoes for sale
NUCKOLLS k CO
CHEAPEST GOODS IN
f I SHE undersigned is now in receiot of and
1. receiving (he largest and cheajiiest stock
of Fall and Winter Goods ever ollered in
Council Bluff City, or Western Iowa. Tiune
wishing to pay cash for joods will do well lo
call and examine. Our stock eonsnts of every
variety of goods needed by tne people in this
portion of the country, such as cluliis, cassi
ineies, sattinelts, tweeds, jea, is, white scarlet,
and barred llaiuiuls, plain and barred linseys,
im pieces goou style maihler prints, cashmeres,
merinos, a llupacas, bleached and brown sheet
ing a. id shirting, ticking and dulling, bleached
and h: own canton tLinuel, drapers and crash
ers, u 1 1 wjoI table coveis, broMu aud h'eached
linen, silk and bay statu shuwis, aiu every
variety of dress goods.
Mens' aud boys' fall and winter clothing,
hats aud raps, boots and ho"g, hardware and
queensrt are, iron, nails, colf. e, jug ir, tea mo
lasses, rice. Hour, ac. Bl.o, a large lol or f.ir
uit ire and liquors. As it is our intention to
sell for ca.-h, we flatter ourselves lhat we can
hold out superior inducements to those that
Wish to buy cheap goods than slore that are
selling on trust
Country dealers are requested to call and ex
amine our sioct.
B. R. PFGRAM aV CO,
i rsaitift fftuS c, v i, ti-
L " ' i 1 .. l" .' J J 1
WHOLESALE A XI) RETAIL
M KUCHA XT.
Corner nf Main and Grtgory itrtef?
JUn" RECEIVED and. flow ha
ssle a large assortment if selected
merchandise adapted to the wants of a'. I in tb.
new and thriving community, which h? can rel
as cheap as can he ottered elsewhere so hiffh upon
fhcMUiaonri river. His goods have bta selec
ted bv an experienced purchaser, with sneeW
reiferetice to the circumstances and wants of all
classes of settlers in a new country. Ladies
and ircntlemeii, children and youth, all can he
supplied. Call and see for roil rsel res. His
stock consists of the following, among a frMu
many other articles he cannot naw eaiasaeratrs
Amonir his dry goods mar be found woole i
and sattinett cloths, cassinetts, tweeds, cash
meres, linseys. Hairnet, red, white, jrrey and
blue. C.iro'.an nlaids. Cotton ronds, sheetings
and Shivtnurs. bleached and unbleached; bin
and white drillings, osnaburg, bedtitknif, niek
ory, checks, tc.
KAHC Y ooons.
A bes'.'tiful assortment of fancy prints of
every variety of style and pattern. Gingliaul
lawus, figured alpaeca, bombazines, bombay,
et'es. shawls, scarfs, handkerchiefs, crape, in u-
lio, edgings, ribbons, Ac.
A well selected stock of Summer, Fall and Win
ter Clothing, consisting in part of fine dres
coats, pants and vests; also good summer cloth
ing of all descriptions; and heavy clothing for
fall and winter use.
Also shirts, knit fbnnel drawers and under
shirts, socks, &c. Men's and boys' bats and
caps of various fashions, qualities, and prices.
Boots and shoes, thick and thin, polished and
uupol ished nf every description, for men women,
and children's use.
Crushed, clarified, loaf and brow sugar, mo
lasses, syrup molasses, golden syrup, superior
tea, Rio ami Java coffee, sassafras, ginger, pep
per, cloves, spice, cinnamon, grounl finger,
nutmegs, sniifls, tobacco, cigars, pipes, soap,
candles, vinegar, pickles, pepper-sauce, fce.
A large assortment of flour of various quali
ties and prices; corn moal and all the various
products of the farm and garden; bacon and
fish, kiln dried apples, peaches, currents, raisins,
Vc. Hardware. Stoves of various patterns
f ir cooking a nd beating rooms, stove-pipes r.nj
elbows, large, ami small iron kettles, frying
pans, skillets, bund-irons, shovels and tongs,
manure foiksudhav forks, scythes, shovels aud
sp.ides, log and trace chains, axes, hammers,
pincers, iron and steel, nails, horse-rasps, files,
saws, knives and forks, pocket knives, razors,
butts and screws, door dandles, knobs, lockst
Sec. Tinware. A general assortment kept
for household purposes. Wocnwiit. Wash
tubs, Shaker pails, wood and zinc washboards.
I.catii i:a. bole-ieattier. narncss iea.Ler,cow
hide, kip skins, calf skins, linings and morocco.
Saddles, bridles, halters, larrietts, circingles,
belly-bands, driving lines, collars, back-straps,
girths, blind-bridles, &c. Medicines. A gen
eral assortment of medicines for fevers, fever
and ague, and the common complaints of th
country. Cook's, Lee's, Sappenyton's,Bragg's
and Janes' pills, Quinine, tunics, and various
kin It of simulants, auones, liniments and,
other articles necessary for the sick and tne in
valid, nor 29,64
THE GREEK SLAVE I
S&cchante, Venus, Flora, Hebe and th I) ana leg
1 HE above celebrated Statutes, together with
fifteen statutes in bronze, and several hun
dred magnificent oil paintings, from the col
lection of pnz'S to bu distributed among tba
members of the Cosmopolitan Art Association
at the first annual distribution, in January oext.
1 lie l.osinopolitaii Ai t aim l.llerary Associ
ation, Organized for the Encouragement and
Geucrel Uillusion of Literature and the Fiu
Arts, on a new and original plan.
The Committee of Management Lave tba
pleasuie of announcing that the Fifth Annual
Distribution will take place on the 30th of Jan
uary next, on which occasion there will be dis
tributed or allottd to members several hundred
works of art, among which is the original and
world-renowned statue of the Greek Stave, by
Hiram Powers, costing over five thousand dol
lars ! together with the beautiful statues of Ve
nus, Bacchante, Hebe, Flora, and the Dancing
Girl, and fifteen stauettes in bronze, importea
from Paris; also, a large collection of Oil Paints
ings, comprising some of the best production
of celebrated Americans and Foreign Artists.
PLAN OF THE CURRENT YEAR.
The payment of three dollars constitutes any
one a memli -r of this association, and entitle
him to the Knickerbocker Magazine for one
year, and also a ticket in the distribution of
Statuary and Paintings which are to be alloted
to in '-inters in January.
Persons takii give memberships are entitled
to live of tli j Magazines for one year, aud also
to six tickets in t.ie distribution.
Persons, on becoming members can have their
Magazines commence with any month they
choose, and rely on its being mailed to them
promptly on the first of every month, diroc.
from New York.
T lie proceeds derived from the sale of mem
berships are devoted to the purchase of works
of urt for the ensuing year.
Books open to receive n.ua.'S at the Eastern
otfice, New York, or Western olfire, Sandusky.
The Gallfiy of Ait is located at Sandusky,
(the Western office of the Association) where
superb Granite Buildings have been erected for
it, and in whose spacious saloons the splendid
collections of Statuary and Painting is exhib
ited. The advantages secured by becoming' a mem
ber of this Association are
1st All persons receive the full value of
their subscription at the start, iu the shape of
sterling Magazine Literature.
2 1. Eacii member contributing toward pur
chasing choice works of art, which at to be
distributed among themselves, aud are at th
same tnuj encouraging the arts ol the country,
uisQursing uiousanus or dollars tJ.rougU its
Persons remitting funds for membershiD.
should mark letters, "Registered," and state the
month with x cli they wish their magazines
io commence, ami also tlicir post uthee address
in full, on the receipt of which, a certificate of
mi'inli "ship, together with the magazine desirtsd,
will hefowarded to any part of the country.
Thosi who nurchasc inat'uzihea at bookstore
will observe tint by joining Ibis Association,
they receive tha Magazine and Free Ticket in
tin auuual distribution, at the same price they
now pay for the Magazine ulone.
lilustialed l afaloicues of the whole collec
tion sent o.i application, fic i f charges.
dlr" Ollirsof the Association, at the Knick
erbocker Magazine office, 3 IH Broadway N. Y.
and at No. lmi Water Street, Sandusky, Oiuo.
AdJre.-is, (at either olJice) for membership,
a i. wr kkv t;. a. a- i .
V A xN l I, kJ ,
IN every county in the United States active
and enlei pi inne Men to act as A Kent, to
transact business that Mill pvy, to a smart slid
energetic parson, finni Three to Five Huadred
dollars, per month. The business is very honor-
utile and reu.ies no capital. As many write
us from nice idle curiosity, uo letter Will bs
answered ly us unless it contains one dollar, as
proof of good faith, upon Ike receipt of which
we will f illy explain the businsv No letter
will te taken from (be ollice unlest tkt post ig
is pre-paid Ad liess,
DR. 1). F. BLACK 8CRV,
Hampshire, Ms try Co., Teiiiieseess,
, Clf Any newspaper or oth-r publication,
giw.igthe above four insertions, (Including (hi
notice) and fowarding a copy as above, will rt
eeive the information kforesaid, without uy
V Shii tun:, for HttleloM.at
ORE EMC, svJNNtY . CO.
e it J7 '54.
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