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Gnvcn.NOR Ixari). The Helm, i (Ar
innfns) Sinr Rives n brief no'ire of tbe
Governor of Ne1rnkii, from wliii.li it I p
, peon lie l"1" done bis own State rue fi r
yIoc lol'i iolilii-ul!y Mid ns a minister of
t!i gospel. Tliere enn be jio doubt but
that "bis reverence" will tnnbe nn i xitL
Unt Governor. Such A niiin ns (iov. Iz-
trd icrni 1o have been iinn.li wahleil n--ay
up in Nebraska. Wcpive die p-ira-grapli.
' "We were boiiornl on Mutubiy List,
villi n vist nl onr oHiec from J Inn. M
AY. Izard, Governor of Nebraska, ntnl bis
frivato soetc.lnry, Jiiinos S. Iz.inl. Ksij.
I'hey wpre berc nwuiiinj; iif Si. Louis for
boat, ti kc passage for llicir new bob1,
of labor. ...'I be t'ppnintmetit of Col. Izard
to the Governorship of Nebraska Territo
ry, i otR iimVifiii Uip very best iippnint-
.nen!s ihkt have been rni.uV during I lie ml-
iruntalrntioii of lVtsi lrjit .J'iercu. lie was
j for alrrnyl a quarter of renfiiry, n nirin
i .bercf one or Hie oilu-r brunclies. of the
Arkansas J.,i-gislnf tire, un.l during I lint pe
riod of bis long nnd valuable? son mes in
i ttmt body, be served nl iliflerent times as
speaker of llic House of Reprosetitiitii es
anil President of ibe Semite; nnd in nil tbe
manv honorable end responsible "tli.tinns
. ... 1 Mill T
to whioli li li" Drr" cuiien, no lias ins
charged bis duty usefully nnd siircestdilly,
. nd although mmistsr of llie irosiiel, '-
tive in every muse of religion mid benev
lenre, reiiiarknule: lor Ins rxnmplary In
nd fervent piety, yet be b;.s been ml
lime and active pnrlizati, nnd bns ibme
imore, and saeriib ed more fcr tbe dt iiio
crnlio party tbe tinrly lo which he has
been warmly attached limn perhaps any
man in Arkansas. Not endowed wiih
ltiniiifc talents, thouli of excellent sense.
-Ills career furnishes u remarkable instiinm:
! fne deserved success, of proiiily, fnh lily ,
industry, gentlemanly Louring and inllex-
nble honor; Mid onr sincere wish is, that
be may yet live to roc Ncbrufcku a State,
nnd Ligest honors his,"
DIED, at thi residence of fin huh, Dr. A. li.
Malcolm, in Council 111 1 1 tf Citv, Iowa, Febru
ary .VI,, l;-'. MRS. MARY' MALCOLM,
"wife of the late Capt. Amlieiv Malcolm, of
Warren, Maine, nee 7." year.
1! llcvirw, Nebraska.
Jl.it" l li i mi.'l. r lie'. ( l-.M.iy j U'ni
- .1. M . I . M N I . M N 1.
"' i s a ?i ":n a, in " h :i V l n
1!l M VH .Id ?l (I 3 1 I) 1 (I
2i T 27 M .14 0 -2 n 1 i :i
vt vr s ii ii id n r :i 3 :t
?2 T 1 l 7 M 6 o 3 3 .'!
o( y i li 3 2 'Z 2 li (I
2 s 0 13 0 (113 0
verae " " li 2H
Dr. Eauterlsy, Fever an! Ague Killer.
qf I wrriite'l to cure all ca"s of Aii
nd Fever, Cliills ami Fever, Dumb Aue, In
t nnit(i-iit ai.d Iteinittent Fever, ami every form
; cf Frvnr inciilent to the west. If there ore suf-
Inttt in St. Loiiin, we y try it, ami if it fail,
i to cure, the money shall be refunded to the pur
k chaacr. More than
' TWRNTT-Fivr. TJtOfAn BOTTI.r.i
fcarc been ioM, ami in no instance lias it failed
: lo clfect a pennanent cure as far as heard from
IV P'iee $1 par bottle, or six bottles, ft)'
! For sale at Dr. Easterly's Family Med-
' l;ine Store, soutlieant corner of Third and
' C '!uut strcetii, St. I-ouis.
Alo sold by P. A. Sarpy, St. Mary, Iowa,
aidhv dealers in medicine irei.erally, in the
(XT' Head Dr. F.d.itpilv'i advertisement in
anoliier column of our paper and ;ive him
Dr. Easterly's American Oil Liniment-
This valuahle LinimeMt, comhines the nw
(Ticdcious articles known for all the various
form of disease reijuiniii; an external a; lio:i
liuli. One of its principal artivc ingredients,
ts tbe Am i m as Oil (or IVtroliiu.i) w llic Ii is
universally known to possess rare Hkai.im
and Ci'RATlVK I'BorrMTit". This On., when
torn!. iiied w illi other valuable remedial n;;enl.s
of fciiuwn and estaliiishe l ellicaey, forms a s:ife
and u-e remedy for Hlieuiuatism, llnii-i,
Sprins, Cuts, Wounds, Hums, Srahl, (Jld
Korrs and L'lc-rs, Scald llevl, Teller, K.ie;
. Worm, F.rysipidas, Piles, Causers, Slid Joints
Cakid lireasts. I'aralvsis. Contracted Tendons
or Cords, &.c, and also for Strains, Spavin,
' Scratches, Chafes, Saddle and Collar Galls,
Sores, Wounds, Fistula, Sweeney and Poll Kvil
,B horses. This Liniment has a direct ami iow
Irf ul action upon the secretory an ' - 'surben.
ftsnol.s, htimulatin them to a lieab ' action,
.bus enublinir them to thiuw oir the inorhid or
diseased matter w hich obstruets'tbe circulation!
thus removing all diseases or injuriis of the
lioon, Muscles, Cartillaes, Nerves ami Skin,
Ouc bottle w illconvii.ee the most ski plical
f its wonderful elHcary in curing bruises
Ipiaiiis, Kheumatism, I'aines, Soreness ami
, Stiifuess of the Joint i, i.e.
Vr. F.asterly's American Oil Liniment is
without exception, the most valuable remedy
ttr coinnouuded fu" all diseases of Man or
3ast, requiring an external ap ilication.
Price 23 cents per bottlo, or five botlles
, tor one dollar
A liberal discount made to wholesale
k purchasers who buy to sell again,
i (fT For sale at Dr. Easterly's Funily Med
' (cine Store, southeast corner of Tliiid and
Chestnut streets, St. Louis.
Also sold by 1. A. Sarpy, St. Mary, Iowa,
nd by dealers in medicine generally, in the
t17" KaJ r.asterly's advertisement in
i nohtr column of our paper and give him a
Dr. Essterly's Iic'ln and Bsrsnparilh.
f 7" It is the old v prepir i! ion th it Is w or! 1 1 v
of tiie least ennfii'auee of Hie iulilic, for the
emn or those rli!-eaes arnins; from an impure
state of the blond, viz: S'rofula. or Kind's
I'.vil, While Swid'incs. linlaiged (iland, Fever
'ores, l'imptes on Ibe f;iee, old Sores and I I
i'er, B!otelie. Ildes, Nervous Alleel ions. (Tun.
eer, Erysipelas, niieumnlisn Sypilitic J)i
eaies, l'ains in the Hones and Joints, King
Worm or Teller, Senbl lb-ad, disea-ei of l;e
Kidneys, Mercurial Diseases, A.r. J)r, Eas
terly's Ioi.unk ami Sans vtahilla, is rem.
pounded of those articles which simultane
ously art on the different organs f Hie body,
and possess the mo. efficient eleiiMng and beal
ngi properties. Ilnndi e ls of Hie mot intelli
ent and re.spei -table miliesjn SI. Louis, have
used it, nnd speak of it in the highest terms of
ciai-ie. his lu'l-cine is six lim "'miit.
clieapi r and better than any other preparation
(,-" Price, sjil per Ui.ltle, or six Itotlles for
QV Tor at Dr. E ASTERLY'S Family
Medicine Slore, corner of Tliird and Chestnut
streets, St. T.oui':.
Also fold by P. A. SAItPY. St. Mary. I. -a
and by dealers in iii' lieinc gmeially, in the
Dr. Carter's Ccogh Ba'.iam.
Q7" Is the most pleasant and efficacious retne
Jy for Coughs, Cols, As'hma, Consumption
.ml a-1 diseasesof the Lungs, ever oll'ere d to the '
mblic. Our ever vary ing dim ite, and the cold
bleak winds of the north und west produce
roughs and colds dangeriO'is colds, which de
mand of tSV wise pi uilenl ,t!ie carlient attention
For this purpose no rrmcity has ever been disco
vered which has effected so many cures, and
vliieb seems to give such universal sat iof action
to albas Dr.CAnrra's Coron Bw.ram. Keacl
er, have J on a cough? Do not neglect it. Di-
!ay iJ'tungcrous. l .selliis na:.sam, ai once, ami
I w ill ed'ectually cure you.
t?" Price 2f cents per bottle, lare bottle
Sjil.or six bottles for Sji'i.
For sale at Dr. Easterly's Family Medicine
Store, southeast corner of Third and Chestnut
J.s., St. Louis, Mo.
A!.o, sold by P. A. Sarpy, St. Mary, Iowa,
a ,d by dealers in medicines generally, in ti t
AT BLI LKViEW.
MI!. MAHY t.. HF.ED will open a Se
. e. t School lit th"
M1SI()N M IIOOI. T? f )rM,
for rhddren ami youth, on Monday, Janu.iiy
2l.Mli, I ".'.'.
Tail ion, !f1 ,l'D per month.
(;i:m:u.!, land a(;i;ncv and
at joupcil bluff city, iowa.
; eicaired in Hi' busin-a-' of buy bur and
Mini: Land Warrants, nnd eulerii.ir Laml,
in Hie Council 'H'Ht Lind Di-tnet. I heir r
lani menu f r enl"iinu' LaniN for settlors snil
nth -i ", on a c-i lit "f o e , t ,.,, ..r threo
are not ilele-ieni. rtioi i'ie in t- j
at all tnii'-s lo til 1 ail oid -r of t.. i'
Tin- in est il ion of Laud T.tU
of I i v.-s, purc'i.is aiel sal
lots tu-o.i'--.i"l lliis land i!
i.e, rc-,.,..e ! " it 'I the
J V se
of lamls and town
istrict, and all b.ii-
I. aid Ol
it 1 1
AD VERT IS EM ENTS
The steamer Sar.miic lins just nrri veil, loaded to llic ri.iard- with goods for
.ri hhds. Clarified
SO bids S. II. .Mnia.ses,
HI Id Is. N. O. Molaeses,
10 -l bids. Golden Syrup,
2.V) sacks (J. A. Sal',
Ion bids Kanawha do.
fill s;,e!;s da. I V do.
"il b.,xes ilo. I Soap,
10 bbls Cider Yie4,ir,
ft bfds No. 1 and 2 Mackerel,
H bins Tar,
2 1 hoiec nnd half boxes Star CnndleS,
fi boxes Tallow candles,
trl kets Nails, assorted,
2 boxes ( 'on. F:s'i,
d'l sscks Kio (!oii-e,
luiiierial nml Youn "'ii Tea,
S-iui. Snlerat'is. Candy, Ka i s ins,
l'u::iim Wapiul". AlmoieU,
Since. I'e: tier. .Vr.. t-e.
oru AssoiiTMr.NT is and comvlv.tv..
1' I he a' I
place, eutriiid to lli'Mii, will li proinpuy Sl
t led to.
Slramrers wi-bim: to locsl e tovermreiit land,
will be fin ui:-h 'd wil'u a guide and ennvevaiic
if they desire it, and d, reeled t., flic bed points
for s. 'lection.
Exchange on St. Louis Hnd the Eastern Cit
ies, bought and sold, liiterenl paid on depos
ites lis per nier inei't.
Our allent on will also be jriven to III" pur
chase and sale of Town Lots in Omaha ( ity.
Ilelleview and Winter Qn.uter.s, .N'etuaska Ter
ritory. llt'i rsi vrr. L. W. ll.ibbitt and Dr E.
Lowe, Itci-ler and K civ. r of Ibe Land (l-
liee Hi Council lilulls. and ( !. 1. A. Wall.er.
ami I. M. Casadv; K-i'isler ami (teceiver et
Fort Desmoilies, or any of tho business, men of
either id ie.
OFFICE on l'.roadway. We 1 Rnnra of tlie
I'aeilic II oiol. neailv opposite the Land Ollice.
Council Itlutls. nov 1-ly.
Attorney at Law.
Will practice in the Slxlh, Si ventli. Eiirht
and Ninth Judicial Districts in low a, and Ne-bra-k.
i Territory. He w ill always !e supplied
with blank deeds, Inoit.. 'aires, deeds of trust.
lecl'irntory tlateinenls lor ire-i inplionB. A c.,
Hid will cive prompt attention to conveyanc
ing. eain:naiion 01 lines, ive.
(T v Particular attention paid to securing
itnu coMocuiii: ueius.
Hiderenees Hon. E. 11. Norton, I'latte City,
Mo.. II. M Vorn s and Janu s rait;, r.sijs., M.
osejdi. Mo., Curtis Hates, l-ott lies !loiue.
Nebraska Citv, Nebraska lerrilory.
nov l.';)t-ly '
Of various patterns.
A Ib rersons indebted to me by note or book
J.. account, are reoucittd to call and make
payment immediately. 1'. A. SAUI'i'.
ht. Mary, Feb. 11, Hf,".
TO TAHl-NTS AND ClIILDKCN
HARPER'S STORY BOOKS-
MONTHLY Series of Narratives, Dial
ol'ucs. Kioirra nines, and tales, tor llic
Instruction and eniei laiiiincnt ol the 1 oung
liv .laco'.i Abbott. Eiji'i.:lisbed Willi nuiiiei uus
and beautiful t ii;;ravn.;;s. Now Kkaov.
I HI. I ()!or. I..-OT,. of lideiily. I
tienie. nnd Sell- lleinal. taiiL'ht by a Dim.
II. WILLIE AND Tliti MOK IT; A C F.j
showing bow mucb i.i.iv be a-compli. bed nv
His the dc.-.i--u of the libl;.i-rs to renter
Ibis in lli.s en , v way the uio.it attractive and
v ., 1. .able .-e. ie. ior tin: ii.iai,' eie. olb ied to
the public. '1 le v are cjnl.ile.lt tli it Ihcv hav
f .e.nlii s foi ''iv.iiir to il that wide circulation
which will uai i am Ib'.m in expending upon it
all the lejouu i .s of I) po.'rapiiieal and l.m.-tia
tne ait. 'ITie i! lusl i ai . -ni w.ll be numerous, Ii
..II respi els cipuil to IIiom, 1 ui ui-lieit in "liar
.Ma'iiiie." IIh'iui rriMie iiunilic.s o
reived, in addition to .f
stock , a lare and well
t of American, F'lelich, 4
oct IS, Til
$300,000 worth ol (jilts,
". for the tubesriber. of the
HUSH kl) .iuiultaiieouslv in
X citiea of New Voik, Philadelphia, Haiti
more, as soon aaoH,lHSJ aubarnbers tie obtain
ed) and bavu.g already an actual circulation of
JOU.(MS), is now certain
i The Distribution will soon
"! Among the eatraordmaiy Lints of Gifts
f,.rver ticket issued.) are
Pr..c ilri elee-ant counli v seat, valued
- A VnLin.iArrnt cittr residence, worth )tlT.(HlO
A r.i. loan forl(K) vears, with interest or
i u.,,1.1..... i..i elefmit Fiano lortei, Melo
Aeni.fl 41.1.1 VV'utetieu. HraeeleW. Hhil's, Hooks
of travel, in tbe obi and new world, by Prof
Hart, real estate. 4lc, ke., in all number-faie-'tim
lam l .,ri Jl,,..,l at ilKJ.IKlO.
IV" All leltei. reiuittea for tbe I'icto.lal
(iift Ticket., unmt invariably be addre.
i . lDl-fiid. I'iof. J. Woodman Hart
H.rt'i It, .il, lines. Chentnut Street, l'hiladuli bia
. .-. : . . . ' i . i ... i
ra,, .iiat b. the principal iuiujiiii
J r Hiatlonothc. nov 1 'o4
,1 1 t bACkS lor .ale.tlbe cIimu c a.
i-XJU t"Tof M'tauusai-u
llie "Mm V Jiooks v. ill eii.Iiiai e a var
.subject and dllicienl :y'n.S of I olll jio-.i'. 1 on
cl i.i.i.' iiariatives, dialogues, descriptive
viiVs, and cntei tailung stoi its of a character to
illicit M and di d ebt Ibe voutlif ul liiind, wbil
ininaitiiiif information that will be impoitai
in ub.-su lent lile. It will bo the constant aim
of Iheautbor lo furnish a series of volume
adan.ee to family readiiiL'. He hopes so
combine the presentation of important and in
leresting facts Willi llie eiicuiaiioii or kiuii
nrincinies in tate. morals, aid religion, tlia
the'-blorv Hooks," suall form a wtlcome an
etlicient aid in tiie woik of home education
'I Iniiu li not intended to be of exclusively a r.
I igloas character, they w ill be to far d-signed
tj exert amoral and rtdicious iiilluein e on the
miiulsof tbe readers, a i to adapt tin m to the
use of Sabbath School Libraries..
Truss Each number of 'Harper's Slory
Hooks" will contain Ibil pages in small quarto
form, very beauhl :lly illur.li ate !, ami punted
on nipei iine cab .niei ed paper.
The erie may be obtained of Hooiisellei s,
IViiodieal Acenis, ami I'o-.tmasteis, or from
lb robli.-.h. is. at Tnrec D.dla.s a year, or
Twenty-file Cents a number. Siibsei iptions
may eommenc. with any number.
The two periodicals, "llarpei's New Month
ly Mitfaziue," and Hau.ei'i Story Hooks."
w ill be biipplb I I" .iibseriber. t l ile Dollars
a year, and w ill be published on the lust day of
Tiie postage ori Harper s Mory Hook, which
miit be paid quait Tlv in advance, is uvo cis.
11AUPEIIS Au ililOllir.HN,
f,hO Publishers, New Voik.
GlZaSON S PICTORIAL
iom thi: Y K A H 1855!
MM. H M.LOI', who has edited the ''Tic-
toiial" from lliecommeiicemenl.liaiini,'
I,...,,. 1. 1 out Ibe late nroorietor, Mr. F. Cleason,
will conduct this pojuilar and w idely circulated
paper on hia own account, llie new volume
will be radically improved in every respect,
u ill be niihli.-die 1 on liner paper thai ever
before, which quality will be continued hence-
f.oth without eh .siige. .Many new aim popu-
r features w ill at once ne introduced, ami ine
literary department will present an array ol
talent a:ei interest beiond anything it has be
fore attempted. The' illustrations will be fine: ,
ami by better artists than have before hem cn-
(rageil upon the paper, and altogether me puu
Iwalioh will bevaslly improved and heautilied.
Arrangements hav been made for represent
ing during the year iews of the most notable
buildings and localises thrciigh the Fluted
States, as well as giiinu' likene,es of the most
I'ouiiiient characters, male ami leiuaie, or ar
ists aad men of genius, such as have by their
own industry and skill made tor themselves a
foituee and a name, in aimiwou uh-k, ai
ioul notable I'.iiiopean ecenet and occurrences
will also be given f.oin week to week, forming
l.r,iiu..l ill.i-lrated iollllial.
it ii MS: IN V A Kl AHLY IN ADVANCE
1 subscriber, one year, 'l
4 .ubscr,beis,' " U UU
10 .. o " !M 00
CJT Any person .ending sixteen ubjeriber,
atinelatt rate, will receive the aeventomU
cony K'ti. Address.
,,-b M. B.VLLOU,
l'l,!f and Froprntor,
Coiner of Treui.vut i:.i.i Hioiufieid Streets,
McIlAHO:! & WILLIAM'S.
WII0I.K9AI.E AMI RIITAII.
ID T (1 CS II i 3 3
CITV OFCOI'NCIL lil.l I I S, IOWA.
(at tub sh.n ur thk iiki moiitak.)
I J AVE Just Receive.!,
1 1 their former
and English Druirs, Medieiue, I'erfiimeiy, Dye
Stull'i, Faints, Oil and (.l.issware; al-o, a gnnd
assortment of (iroceries, Wines, Liipiors, &.C.
At Hie hea.l of Hroadway.
ONE HOOK Btl.OW IV. CLANCV S HI Oil E.
(Ti -.sn VA - T re a Tr ,
NVITES tho attention of the la
dies nnd gentlemen to bis assort
meiil of Jewelerv and 1 ancydoods
in hart consisting of ihe following: tioid and
' ..... n . i . : I)
Silver Watches, i.ockcih, mitihi;.., nn-.i-v
i. Fine-cr-ririL'S. Chnins, I'encils aiut Tins
' . . c. . . ..... . i . . - .
4.C. Violins. Aecor.lans, fiuies; also, an as
sortment of 1 ovs, &-C.
All of ivl.a-li will be sold at tlie lowe-t
nice: inn uitiilc v.arrantcd to be is re':
Toe ideated attention will be paid to tlie re-paiiin-
of Watches and Jewelry; all work
iii-r-. .M.-l. nov I . ' I
' TIIE ATLAUIIO HOUSE.
roi:Mr.m.Y Tin: m' '.m i i.v house.
Count,;! liulf', Iowa.
LS now kept by Svi.vi.mi Di-stin,
who. lining made great repairs
and alterations ill the II HIS.', tlatl.TS
liiinMilf that be will be able to provide any
who favor him wiih a cull, a eomfoi lable lioui".
1I, table will be supplied with the lu st the
market ullonls, prepaied by experienced hands,
and the weary w ill find a nood resting place,
Co M K. AM) 'VMAKK VOLHSl.l.VK.S TO IIIDIi:."
In connection wiih this Hotel may also be found
a eood and extensive
LIVEItV ST A I! LI",
for tbe nrcominodatioii of all who w ish to ob
tain horses and carriages, w hich are a good
substitute for first class railroad cars, on short
netiuci or superior sad. He horses, for either la
dle or irenllemen. Tiie proprietors of tlie liv
ery hiabb' are itL'SSELL k DL'STiN.
'Hlull' City. Iowa, nov '-".. lw:"'l
si"! b',"arlie. domestic ftiillni;. Oiiinlini;,, Knvens. d-irks. ,xc. &n.
Ill" pi-lies i ; illed to o'ir a-so. lliieiit of dress cucmK, which they il!
find, as regards price and rpnliiy, to b.- unsurpassed in Western Iowa, (.'alien, ginghams,
l i-n, dei.nucs ber!re robes of Ine latest fashion ainl ' yl". Em iroid.-red caps, eoilai , c'uinn
seits. sleeves, si Ik and sat in lioimcis, linen and coilon liaiulkeiciiieli, hosiery, parasols, all of
which Mill be sold exceedingly low.
Cross cut Raws, mill saws, h and saws, broad axes.eliopping axes. ad.e:s, lot Slid loe' chains
bench p' alien, ml in fact evervtbing in the haul ware line.l'rorn a Jewsliarp uji to a cradling sCy the
nooTS & siioj:s.
40 cases direct from Boston. Hoots of all sizes and qualities. Shoes, Ladies enameled Jenny
Lind biif!(ins. caiters. flippers, ladies' goat, kip and calf boot ), misses idioes a'.l sizes.
Hats and caps, books and stilipnnry. drills and medicines. Javnc's and Loudon's family
medicines, and all other popular patent medicu.i.s, for sale at iholisule r ices.
QUEENS W A RE,
(jiassware, tumblers, j irs, ic, Xc. Mlti gal. stone ware, cbiirnes, jars,
crocks, but ter crocks. sto. e crocks Ac, Ac.
On bedstead of different latlerns. cbei ry dining, and bn-akfasi Inb'es. w alnut ditto, ditto.
Hureaus with iria-s, plain and fancy walnut prc-es. cupboards, tin safes, one or two d'awer
stands wab stands, louu:res and maitrescs donbte lui-.ttrr- f-rs, slat botlom cliairs, cain scat d j.,
rocking ebairs, eiibs. Ae. '
45 cook stoves. asHorled, I'alO-rs in', ready triiii'ii 'd wiiii tin or copper boiler, boxslnvcs,
(irecian parlor ditto., stove pipe, elbows. ,V.c.
WO JD A N D WILLGW-WE.
Pine churns, 1-2 lech's, wood buckets, well buckets, wash tubs, wood Iioa'.s, trays, dough
pins, sui.'.ir boxes, b:ooins, rinc wash boards, rlol lies pins, Kr.
SADDLERY. Hridles maitioals, circuities, irirlbs, halters, bridle reins, Hln-kawk sad
dles, quill .'eats, and ditto Laities side, saddles, butiry whips, dray whips, ti. E. whips, cow-bidss
&.C., saddle-bags, lealhcr truiiKS, Kc.
LLA I n L K-
So!e-!eutlier, kin. nnil calf iikitis, lnnfoeeo liiilnprs. pout skins, bair, fi?.
IKON AND CASTINGS. 1'low s'eel, hhm- s'ed.e.ist sletl, plows, inoilbN ?ce.
Pols, ovens, skillets i.tnl lids. G. 8, 10 r.lul t won! y -ralloit kettles.
PUN I" DOORS S bv l'l and ID by 12 sah, w indow Idinds,
CLOCKS day and 3D hour dork; wanar.leil to run well.
TOSACCO AND CIGARS.
Virginia. Iloanoke Ncclar leaf tobacco. Ileslia and -irincipc cigars of the finest flavor.
r,i!m :,,! Havana sixes, and various other articles, hut we deem it unnecessary ,o mention them
as it is no trouble to show goods, and we will ne happy rt all limes to show our old customers,
aiidas many new ones as may iavor us wiuiiueu pan oime, our poou., ami prices, imriacni
'ies for fellinj; t'H E A I'.are belter than any other home in western Iowa, and we in ten-! to do so
ami an axamination of our prices is til that is ncecssary to co.iv ince you of the fact.
(..lenwood. July, 12, 40-Xw. NUCKOLLS h CO.
irEW STORE & AOEUCY 0?PICE
l"J V,T A
t ji r iiA "
AVIN't; iiermaiieiity located iii thi" place.
' . 1 - ii . .. . 'l irIIO
or tll purpose Ol seillllir i.www.-i.
LAND, TOWN-LOIS, and ilomg a general
Agency Ilusiness, we would respectfully invite
the public, to give us a call.
Our Goods were selected with care, and we
are confident that w? shall be able to give per
fect satisfaction to all.
CKEBNE, KINNEY &. CO
A III) W A HE. A large and general assort
- . . , i.-. i. ...i ,
neuii or iiarnisaie cuu uc imn
8ept tlT. (.ULENE. KINNEY At l".
s-i,. 27. (JHl'.ENI.. KINNEY u.
I ltjdiv.'s and Sianoi.eiv forsa'e bv
J SAHI'V ENCil.IIL
f II.-MCKNnp bv'Pe'.er A. Criir-y, of Ti'kio
I Town: 'nip,' I'a-'e County, Iowa. One
large lb indie Meer, ibe points of both horns
sawed oil', wi'b a gimlet bole through the
point of Ihe left born, supposed to be enrht or
nine wars old, smooth cron and imdei hi: in tlie
right'ear, and slit in the left, ami to all appear
ances, a h",ist of labor, with a con n sized
cow bell on, with a narrow leather strap for a
bell collai-j bnckle 1 on Mid tied with a leather
string, said ox w.isltiin in ord -r. Appraiseu
at thirti (sji io) dollars.
IOWA, l Al.r l "l -s i r, I
Clariniln, Nov. 27, 11)4. $
I certify that Ihe aboie is a true desci .ption
of the above desci ilied property, us taken frol.i
the l-sliay jiooK in my ( e.
L.1.H.AII illl l.l.l'.ll, lieiK.
jnn 2 I, '.)"). -oinpr's fee tsVi.nib
0 A'.r, FT WlTGZ-VZI
Opposition ii the Life of Trade.
ME MS IIS. SAHPY& ENGLISH AHF. NOV,'
receiving at Glenwood. a well selected
.slock of dry goods, fancy goods, clothing, hoots
and shoes, groceries, hard ware, crockery, drills
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 we
can sell as cheap any other bouse in -Mills, Fre
mont or Pottawal tainie counties.
And in giving notice to the fanning commu
nity, we will give them Die highest ceih price
for their produce, such as beef, perk, corn,
wheat nnd beans. The tore is on tiiewest side
of the Public S.iuare, Gli nw ood. li.tvl-lv.
KT-s OVC! fpra fDTX
WHOLES A I.K AND UETAIL
Corner of Main and Grfgory ttrtdt
HAS JUST RF.CF.!VK.! nd now ba
for sale a large Sisovtinent of selects I
merchandise adapt eil to th" wants of a'l in th
new and thriving community, liieh bee no sell
ss cheap as can heritored elsewlieresrt higllupou
tbe Missouri river. His goods liavn been se'ee
ted by an etiit ieaccd purchaser, with spoil
reirerence to the circumstance and wants of all
classes of settlers in a new country. Ladies
anil gentlemen, rhitdreu snd youth, all can he
supplied. Call and see for yourselves). Ilif
sfnek consists of Die following, among a grate
many other articles he cannot new enumeratne
Airion? his dry goods may be found wool"n
and sattmctt cluflis, cassinet's. twii, cash
meres, lit seys, flannel, red, white, grey and
blue, ('isiiia'n plaid. Coltnii gores, sheetinge
and shirti::gs. bleached and unbleached; bla
and white drillings, osnabur,tedtickiiig, hick
oi y, checks, Ai.c.
A beautiful assortment, of fancy prints of
every variety of style and pattern. Gingham
lawns, figured alpaeea, bombasines, boinbay,
ettes. shaw ls, scarf i, handkniehiefii, crape, uiai
lin. edgings, ribbons, ,Vc.
A w ell selected stock of Summer, Fall and Win
ter Clothing, consisting in part of line dre.se
coals, pjnts and vests; also good summer clotli
in:; of all descriptions; and heavy clothing for
fall nod w inter use.
Also shi is. knit flannel drawers and under,
shirts, 'ocks, fcc. .Men's and boys' lints and
cans of various fashions, qualities, and prices.
iliota and shoes, thick nnd thin, polished and
imp dished of every description, for men women,
and children 3 use.
Cntsbe 1. clarified, loaf and browa sugar, mo
syrup molasses, golden syrup, superior
tea, Iiio and Java coliee, sassafras, ginger, pep
per, cloves, spice, cinnamon, ground ginger,
nutmegs, snuffs, tobacco, cigars, pipes, soap,
candles, vinegar, pickles, pepper-sauce, &.c.
A large assortment of fio ir of various quail
's and prices; corn meal and all the various
product of the farm and garden; bacon and
sli, kiln dried app.es, pe.icnes, curiums, raisins,
!tc. llAfinWAfiK.. Moves or various patterns
ir cooking a nd heating rooms, stove-pipes and
Ibows. large, ami small iron kettles, frying
pans, skillets, nimu-irons, snovcis ana longs,
manure forksndhav forks, scythes, shovels and
spades, log and trace chains, axes, nammera,
pincers, iron ami steei, nans, norse-rusps, lues,
aws, knives ami lorKs, pucker kiiivcs, razors,
nits and screws, door handles, kiioos, locust
,Vc. Tinware. A general assortment kept
r botisehobl purposes. WoonwA.nr.. Wash-
tubs. Shaker pails, wood and zinc washboards,
Leather. bole-leather, harness lea'Jier,cow
lide, kip skins, calf skins, linings and morocco.
Saddles, bridles, halters, larnelts, circuiglcs,
lellv-bands, driving lines, ollars, back-straps,
giiths, blind-bridles, &.r. Menicixr.s. Agcn
eral assortment of medicines for fevers, fever
ami ague, and the common complaints of the
country. Cook's, le's, Sappenyton's, uragg's
and Janes' pills, Quinine, tonics, and Tario'U
kin Is of stun i .ia'.s, anon.M, linimnte and,
other articles necessary for the sick and tne in
valid, nov ni
OilX and Oals wauled by
1 1 :y:isl-
: -a an I vi-ing
iii'v .t r;
(iKOl'.l, t (
It I. INK.
JOIIS wi:akl, JK
IIKNTOK, i II.
(SliEKXK, "WKA1IK fc DENTON,
ii - 2 'i1
Council liiult's, Iowa.
Gki.l.nk, Wkakk i- Kk i-.,
Fort DesMoine, Iowa.
Ciiri Nt A. WtAKi:,
Cedar Rapids, lows.
rflTI'S and Hills collec'ed. Olid proceeds
I . .. i . ' ... . . t .i. . i . :
l.roiiilillV reuillieu lo any pan oi uu i in
1 . . . . i
I States, at current Kales ot r.xcnange.
Ii.iori.st naid ou de.osits for over thirty
das. l!i,l of eschaiige on all tho princij
cities bought and sold.
l imn i ibcUd on good B'cuiity.
Vacant land selected and entered ill any of
lice in the Stale.
Land Warrants for casn or on time, contju
m.llv on hand.
. J . . . i i.. e..-,i:.,i....t ,iu .t... - ii...
l.ocaiiousoi liiinisioi in.-,....., ut-aicii ni nit-
most li' eral rate.
Notes bought and money loaned on good se
liiriHINHS. F. L. Jesup ii. Co., W.J
Haiiiiiiii' &. ('o.. Iiaukeia, Dubuiiue, Iowa; took
- huiireut. Davenport, lows; i uinerison
Heno, Iowa Citv, Iowa, Peoples' Hank, "Sew
Vork cit) , Ketchum, lingers Ac Hement, ban
kers, do., N.-ldon, VYiiiittrs . i o., n asiiincioii
ll. (..; Ifoii. (has. iilason, i omitiissioncr t
Pati-nls, Washington, 1). C; A. ( . Dodge, I
S. S.. Hurlinglou, lown; Geo. W Jones, L'. i
S., Dubutpu; Joseph tilliams, thn t Juslice
Council lilulls, dec 1.1, I-)!.
JAM lis U'NKAL,
rveinoce CoinmUsioner, Ollice in St. Mary,
SrLl.NDID STOCK OF NEW GOODS
Just urriveJ, per ale iiner Delaware., nt
MRPY'S VUE.1V C.1SII STORE
On Main street, Si. Mary.
Citizens ami emigrants can now liiul u
Ui supply of fn-sli (iroceries, Provisions,
tji.jJa ami IlanUvare, which they can
buy cliimp lor i'ami
OllTV dozen Men and Hois' Hats, of ever
L description, at
., p 27. C.KLLNF., KINNF.Y CO.
NOUS AM) LATCHES.
oualitv of Mineral knobs and Latches,
oraahi at GRLLNE, k I.N.N L Y At CO.
p N 'bi.
TAKFX up, on the 11th of ovllllbe, JS.) I,
by Uoolinau Davidson, at Ins residence on tin-
Last Nodaway riv r, four nnlej South of Hol-
waie's mill, in jnichation lown-nip, ra;re
County, Iowa, one nay Horse, black mane and
tail, dark legs, white hair on each shoulder,
some saddle ma ks.some wh 'e hair on his fore
head, a Into- while upot on Ins rump, supposed
to be maiked with a coupri; about twelve
year old; fourteen bands high. .No other mark
"or brands perceivable. Apj!i-d at hfly
seveu d dlais and fif.y cent- (tj, i7.: i. )
IOWA, IMl.S l.Ot N l V, t
Clarinda, Dicember Hi, 1j4.
I ceitify that theaboie is a true dcii.ion
of the above described property, as taken from
the Lslruy Jiook in nyoince.
I.LIJAII ."1 I l.l.l-H, ( leiK.
jau " 1, 1.Jm,-3iii I'l's f(,e )$ .".
A. COCHRAN. SUI.KAHI
COCHRAN &. MCGEATH.
Council .Blutfi, Iowa.
" Jl. I. buy or sell Lands, In il;e S 'lectins;
V attend to the purchase and sale of tow n
lots and all kind.-, of business connected with
the (.'oviniii 'lit l.ae 1 (Mlic-'S i l Western or
Cei. (ml Iowa. Kxci, .lure on S'.. Louis and
he F.uKlern cities bought and sob', jau 3 "jj
la xi) s Yo iris A L K
1111", SF liSCKl BF.H beins desirous of mov
in" to California, oilers for sabs bis
HoMi.siiio or Jon acres, situaied on me
stane roa'l bet.i'een St. Joseph arid Council
Moll's S miles South of Council llluirs and I
North of the iillai;e of St. M iry, and near
the Missouri river, in Mills County, lown; and
ODDonte Eelkview, .Nebraska, T.
Also, diiO acres of Phaibik Land near St.
Mai v, und Win) acres of 'lisiiEHr.o Lano on
Ibe Missouri river, and near lilenwood. These
Lands sue all in Mills County, Iowa, ami pre
sent inducements to land purchasers seldom of
fered; containing timber, prairie, limo stone,
sand uttine, and indication or plenty of coal;
nnd nlsn helm' situated oil the most feasible
i, no, I on the Missouri rive for the crossing of
the Pacific Railroad.
Suitable cattle for crossing the Plains will
be taken in exi:hatiL'e at fair rates. The buyer
can have immediate possession, and all the
train and farming utensils be w ant at a fair
rate. DAMKI, HtKULFOUD.
Traders Point, nov 1, il-lf
N U KSKIIY .
Till-; mi. , i'i ed bason hand and fi
f sa'e a few thou-niid select grafted appl
ti..--, rendv for transplanting in orchards the
coming fall and spring.
V A Rt VT Y.
Red June, bal.lwin. wliitewiiiteriiarmain, fa
ninpin, Helmon!, wine sa, yellow belfloiver
Hhode Island greening, swjar, priors red, re
ast.achan, early Inrved. rweet June. .nuttier
rose, summer q .i-en. It ill's janet, rambo, wine
apple, while ' helleflower, Komaii s!em am!
Tbe Cstaljia and lllack Locust.
The snow ball, F.nglish, and American lilac,
red dogwood, honey suckle, rose, ite., &.C
A few of the Ij-.iLclla and Catawba gra;.e from
St. .Mary, Iowa, Am,'. 31. '"-t.
niiL'SI-iy. ';J'()lt,Lr': J,FJNF,?J.
LjiKU.'jU.N Sll ISUlllg !'. Ill li ' p l.'Cll l M, W.I
do Wi ll t'lgivs us a call and examine ou
slock, which eou'p.-is.M a g -neral assort man t
and w ill ha sold at p-Hutbarg litis.
a-p 2. ,l (.KI.I..M . lv l r. i pi '
VLL jiei-sniis knowing themselves indebted
to (o n. P. t. ill. s. are leipiested lo make
immediate payment to the nude, siirned. or they
will line th ir" accounts 13 the hands or the pro
per ollircr for coiL'Ciion. ('cine one, come all
and save cost. P. J. Mc MA WON.
oct is, '51 tf
i.l i 1 i.LlaiK v uouou-i lor sale an
clieao as di-t. at the cheap cash
stoic of nX)-tf NI CK.OI.LS A; ( I).
"1 KINS WANTFD All kindsof skins w an -5ed,
for which the highest puce will be paid
v S. ic 1 ..
DU1LD Fltb'lT for sale bv
SIIF .il.etib.T will visit St. S"'-
I. Muiy ou Wednesday' uud
(.lenwood on Tji sd..v' and Satur
day's of each week, a id will mipply thes
iii.ii u i with Fiesh Meats. balUr, FB',:s, and
V'g -tabli'S, at tlu uiaik-.l piic-
yt.'s.Mif r. iroaMJR.
riS'IF. sutiseriber lias iust opened litis new and
J. commodious building for t he reception of
llie traveliiu; public, and solicits a sh are of pub
ic favor. Pi oinnt ami i llicietit atlentiou will
ba naid to all who ii.av favor him with iheir
paLonae. His table will be supplied with the
In t the market aliorus. A g'-'d statue is ai
tached to the premises. V.'m. I'.N t; I'LL.
St. Mary, Iowa, mar. lo, 'jt nJH-tf
r jVulj ACCtl. Lovers f the 1 will had
X. a superior article of chewing andsinokin;
Tobacco, at Ihe Aency Store, of G K F. 1'. N L
K1NM-.V & CO., SI. Miry. ocil
ritHIICl'V" doan Men and Hoys' Caps, for
1 sale cheats at th Ag-mcv Si ore of
H-p S7. (.ki :km;, k Inn fy u;a
i t (''A Lloo', and shoes lor sa.e cliea
()W ,r.-tr M-ckti.Ls ai;.
THE CHEAPEST GOODS IN
rilUK undersigned is now iu receiut of and
l receiving Ihe largest and cheapiest stock
ot Fall and Winter (ioods ever oilerel i
Council lll'ifft'itv. or Western Iowa. Tho
w ishini to miv c'ah for Coo. Is w ill do well to
call and examine. O ir stock consisls of every
variety of goods needed by the people ill this
portion or llie country, sucn as cionis, c.-.s
meres, salt inetts. t weeds, jeans, white scarle
and barred llannels, plain and barred linseys
IDO pieces good style madder prints, cashmeres.
ii ii i. i .... i i -i...., i .
merinos, uiiapacas, nieacneu dim imum u bum i
inir and shirl iiil'. tickioL' and drillinz bieacbe.
and brown a don llaniiel, drapers and crash
ers, all wool table covers, brown ami h'eaclie
linen, silk and buy ta!e ah.iw Is, am eiery
vari"lv of dress good.
Mens' and boys' fall and winter clothuiii
huts and cans, bouts and shoes, hardware and
liueeiisware. iron, nails, colfec, sngn , tea mo
lasses, lice, tlour, A-c.i also, a large lot of fur
iiilure and liipiors. As it is onr intention to
sell for cash, we lUtler our.-elvi i that we can
hold out superior inducements to tho.e that
wish to buy cheap gouds than tloras that are
idling ou trust.
Country d 'alert arc ra.piested lo rail and tv-
:lUll!lO OUi tiJL'k.
li. lb PFtilt.VM ii CO.
Conten LI . i IT Cite', oct l, l .v l.
THE GREEK SLAVE!
Bacchante, Venal, Flora, Hsand th DaaelaJ
rilHE above celebrated Statutes, together wiU
JL fifteen statutes in bronie, and feveral hun
dred fnaghilieent oil paintings, from th col
e ;tion of piii -s to 93 distributed among tlM
members of th? Cosmopolitan Art Associaticn
at the nrsi annual (itsirimuioii. in January next, -
Tlie Cosmopolitan Art aad Literary Associ
ation. Organised for the Kncourag-ment and
(enci-el iiil'iision of Liieiatiiie aud the 1'iiit
A' ts, on a new and original plan.
The Committee of M in igement have tli
pleasure of announcing that tae Fifth Annual
Distnbulio.i w ill take place on thJnth of Jan
uary next, on which occasion there will lie din
tributed or alloted to members several hundred
wo.ks of arf, anions which is the original and
'.vorld-reiiowned statue of the Greek Slave, by
lliiain Powers, costing over five thousand dol
lars ! tojreth r with the beautiful statues of Ve
nus, 11 icelianf, II -be, Flora, and the Daticinsj
(nil, and lilli-i ii stauettes ri bionze, nnpurleJ
from Pal is; also, a la-ge collection of Oil Paints
ililts, coinprisiiig soino ot the Deal production
celebrated Ame. icdiisand roreit;n AiUsts.
LAN Ol- THK CUIUtKNT VKAR.
The payme it of three dollars constitutes any
one a meuiii.'i ol Ihis association, aim eniuies
him to the Knickerbocker Masaiine for on
, and also a ticket in the distribution of
Statuary and Paintings which are lo bd alloted
to m in')'"!-s in January. .
Persons takimr five memberships are entitled
to five of tha Masazines for one yer, and also
to six ticket in th.-distribution.
Persons, on becoming men.ii :rs can have their
Mairazinea commence with any inonlb they
boose, and rely on it hei ig mailed to them
romptly on tha first ot eve.y month, direr.
in .v -w York.
The proceeds derived from the sale of mem
rships arc devoted to the purchase of works
f art for the ensuiiiif year.
Itooks open to receive i.am"s at till r-astcrn
ice, New York, or U'es.ern ollice, Si'idusy.
Th Gallery of Art is located at Siiidusky,
fthe Western ollice of the Association) whera
sune.b Granite Hmldmgs have b:en erected for
t, and in whose spacious saloons the splc.'.did
mlect.o.is of aut iary ana Tannings is txn.u-
The advantages secured by b?couiuig a inetn-
r of this Association are
I si. Ail oersoiis receive tlie fail value of
their subscription at the start, t:i Hie shape ot
sterling Manaiiinc Literature.
d. Lach meinher coiitriUdting lowaru pur
Hii.e choice works of art, which ar to he
l str.h. tid among themselvea, and are at the
same limo oneoiuaint; the arts of the country,
lisb trsii.g llioussids or dollars thronn lis
Person remitting fundi for memhcrahlp,
shorld in ark letters, iiegisiertu," anu siaic vim
month with which they wish thei, niagazines
to coiiiiie nce, and also their post ollice address
in full, out.'ie receipt of which, a certificate of
ineiuhc'siiip. toireih -r wiill ilie inaga.i.ic ucsircu,
II be fon aided to any part of the country.
Those who purchase uiaaxines at bookstores
will observe in it by joining this Association,
they receive the Magazine and Free Ticket in
the' animal di.-UibuUm, at theaimii price they
now pay for the Maga.ine alone.
Illustrated Ualaiotfiies ol the wnoie collec
tion ent o i aj plication, free of charges.
iif Odicesof the Association, at tue Knick
erbocker Magazine olbce alH Jiioadway N. Y.
and at No. l'Si Water Street, Sandusky, Ohio,
Address, (at either olhce) for membership,
C. L. iJLItoY C. A. . L. A.
IN' every county in the United States activ
and enterprising Men to act as Ag nts , to
transact business that will pay, to smart and
energetic person, from Three to Five Hundrnd
dollars per mouth. The business is very honor
able and requires l.o capital. Ai many writ
us from mere idle curiosity, no letter will be
answered by us unless it contain tm dollar, at
proof of good faith, upon llie receipt- of which
we will f ully explain the business. No leir
will be taken from th ollice Hides, Ihe postsg
it pre-paid Address,
DR. 1). F. BLACKHUHV,
Hampshire, Maury Co., Ttnes.
IV Any newspaper or other publication,
giving the above four insertions, ( iucltldinjt tltta
noiic t ami rowaruing a copy wm
ceiva the information afotcssaid, witfcc.t any
PCS. Hickory Sbirtinr , .if U low, t
OliF.lI.NE, f IN'MT CO.
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