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T. R. Palmer, Tribune liuil.'.ii'gs, S. M. IVt
tingell, 119 Nsau street , W. II. McDonald
1H2 Nassau '.tree'. New York City.
C. Pierce, E. W. Carr, Crane & Co., Phila
delphia. W. S. Swymmer, General Newspaper Agent.
Drs. McMahon &. William?, Council FJ1 1 1 IT. ,
A. P. Jones. T. M., Omaha CM y, Nebraska.
T)r. INI. 1!. Clark. NrVrn-dia Center.
II. I). Johnson. En... I t. Calhoun, Nebraska.
J. C. Mitchell Co., Winter Quarters, Ne
P. M., Tn .vper, Loupe Fork, Nebraska.
Mai. II. 1'. Downs, Nebraska Cilv, Ncbraika
Lt. Garnet, I'. K. A., Commander at Tort
I'. M-. Mount Tabor. Fremont Co., Iowa.
Cel. Th. I'ai mT, MrKtssicks Grove, Iowa
Ogden It t'M, Ibii I Hi t; 1 1 ii , Iowa.
William Givcne, Iq., Ccilar It.i ) . i 1 3, Iowa,
I'i.t Muster, tort De Moiiie, Iowa.
Any if-tus Hull, Esq ., Keosatpia, Iowa,
lion. A. C. Dodge, iiurlingtnn, Iowa.
Hon. Thomas Hruw n, M.nysville, Ohio.
I. H. Heniiel Eq., Jlellevur, Nebraska.
Jef.'R West, Tabor, Iowa.
II. I1. Helmut, Gleuwood, Iowa.
B. Tzschurk, St.' Mary, Iowa.
M. E. llollister, Ottawa, III.
Silas Titus, Syracuse, N. Y.
W. liarriuin, of Michigan, is our Traveling
.liel Barnard Esq., Northampton, Mass
John C. Kecil, I oniinington, iMass.
MAI I- KDiULAT.ONS.
The Mail will leave Hellevue Tuesdays and
it'irdavs at 1 o'clock, P. in., ind arrive nt
iclli'viip at 0 o'clock p. hi., of the s hop days.
Mail matter to be sent out, lnn.it he handed in
hy 12 Vdock on Tuesdays anil Saturdays.
p. C. REED, p. "
Ib llevne, March JIJVV.
SABFY'3 STEAM FEREY BOAT
in e st e A M r. u n e is r a s k a i s r v s s i n ;
GT. MARY 8- BELLEVUE.
MIE Nebraska is a new aim spli-mnd boat,
Inatineil hy experienced n.'liecr and new
Hellevue, JVel.raaka. is opposite St. M iry, Iowa-
EMIGKA.N l .i
coming to Nebraska should rorrie directly to
SI. M A K Y
Thi is the front gateway to the most important
and interesting portion of Ncbi aska. Boar it
mi lid tliat
8T. KAIIY BZLtEVUE
Lt. Heath, U. S.
ari.t. Nelu atka.
A., Cohiinander at Fort
BE KOT DKCIIVED I
A most reprehensible attempt i (icing
m3e to crrntc tlio impression that it is n
dangerous tliipg to travel on the North
u!e of the finite. The Nebraska City
News is trying to palm off auoh an tin-
prefsion, Wc suppose the object of the
Newi is to draw the settlers and the trav
cl Sotilh of the flatte. We know Ihc In
lians North of the Platte are not hostile
when compared with those on the South
CjThc celebrated Mr. John B. Gong'
now in Europe, has been invited to visit
Australia. A targe mm of money lias
been offer rl him as a remuneration.
Pate Thermometer J
Mb!S. MAHY (!. Khhl) will open a Se
lect School at the
MISSION SCHOOL ROOM,
for children and youth, on Monday, January
Tuition, M,0() per month.
(JENEKAL LAND AGENCY AND
TCJ-'rf I'.nr f T.,7,,'j'n ncin
AT COUNCIL FLUFF CITY, IOWA.
COCHRAN A. MEGEATH,
A f!F. eniraired in tin- bumnens of buyin!r and
7.. n dlini; Land Warrant, and entering Lands
in the Cmini il liliill' Laud District. I heir nr
ranenienls for entering Lands for settlers and
others, o:i a credit of one. two, or three years
are not deficient. And they v ill he prepared
at nil times to lill all orders of lh.it character.
The invent igat ion of Lund TltLs, piiyuient
of taxes, nurelias'-' and sal ol lisids and town
lots throuirhout thin land dis'rict. and all teisi
are the two best points for the emigration t,o ness connected with the Land Ollic nt thi
JieU.-vue, mr21, ISn
CIIF.AH for Cosh,93 -jrT''i
orood iMarcs. ji?o, a
lare number of Work
Saddle and l'ark Horses; a fine stock of Indian
I'onies; blooded Cattle, lxen and Cows. Kin
grants and others desirous of purchasing any
of the above enumerated articles would do well
to rail on the subscriber, as he will sell cheap
for Cash; enquire lit the Office of V. A. barpy.
Hellevue, mr 21, T :.
C. A. liEIsRY & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AUD CLAIM AGENT
liellevue, Nebraska Ter.
WILL attend to all business entrusted them
connected with lSuvinir, Locating and
Sellini; Claims; Buying anil Selling Heal Lstate,
in this and all other districts in Nebraska Ter
ritory, with promptness and at reasonable rates.
Persons from a distance wishinir anv informa
tion concerning Claims, tc, in this Territory,
w ill be nromiitlv answered by aitdrcssiiu; us
post-paid and enclosing One Dollar. Otlice,
opposite the Palladium iluildinfr. rni-J
ONK HUNDKFD City Lots for sale, these
lots are some of the most desirable in
Helleview. and will be sold at reasonable rates.
one-fourth down, the ballance in three annual
payments. Flats to be seen at our ( mice,
fnr 14 C. A. 1IF.NHY &. CO.
place, entrusted to them, will he promptly at
Stnint;"rs wi;hi:ij to locate povernmenl land,
w ill be furnish"'! with a irunh anrt conveyancd
if they d"sire it, and diMcted to the best points
Exchange on St. Loins and the I.astern Cl
ies, bouRht and fold. Interest paid on depos
ited as ner a 'l eement.
Our attention w ill also be given to the pur
chase and sale of Town Lots in Omiha City,
Helleview and W inter Quarters, Nebraska ler-
ritorv. . .
llf.KFnrvrrs. L. W. JSabtutt ami J)r U
Lowe. lte'iiter and Ilen-iver of the Land Ot-
fice at Council F nils, ami Col. I. A. Walker
and P. M. Casady, H'-l-'i 'dor and Receiver at
Fort Dennoiiios, or any of the buMiiess men ol
f l FT ICF. on Broadway. West lioom oi tlie
Pacific Hotel, nearly opposite the Land Othcc
('niincil Hlutls. nov 1-ly.
KcIIAlIOX & "WILLLVM3.
WHOI.1SAI.K AND RKTAIL
CITY OF COUNCIL ISLLTFS, IOWA
(at the sign or tub mio mobtak.)
iliiHMI iw fl
and well C?f
ADvTeRtTsE ME NTS.
Glorious News for Nebraska.
Tlie steamer Suran.ir. has just arrive djoaded to t!ic rruards with goods for
15 hbds. Brown Suear,
f) hhds. Clarified do.
2D bhls S. II. Molasses,
10 hi Is. N. O. Molaeses,
10 1-2 bids, Hidden Syrup,
2o0 sack" O. A. Sail,
1(H) bids Kanawha do.
f!) sacks dairy do.
20 boxes do. 1 Soup,
10 bids Cider Vinegar,
ft bhls No. 1 and 2 Mackerel,
H bhls Tar,
20 boxes and half boxes Star Candles,
fi boxes Tallow candles,
il'l kefs Nails, assorted,
2 boxes Coa Fish.
30 .-ick Kio Coffer,
Imperial and Young Jjyson Tea,
Sods, Nalerat'is, Candy, HaisiiH,
Foolish Walnuts. Almonds,
(iim;er, Spice, Fcpper, &.c, fcc.
OUU ASSOUTMENT IS LARGE AND COMrLF.TF-.
Phretinirs. fine brown; and bleached domestic rfiillirics, rlsnahurirs. Havens, ducks, fcc. to.
ff-y t he r.tfetition of the lailies is called to our assort himiI of dress poods, which they will
find, as records price and quality, to lip unsurpassed in Western Iowa. Italic . irln'rnatns.
iwns,delancs berau'es robes of tnc latest fasliion ami style, l.m ironiei en caps, collars, cliuni
etts, sleeves, silk and satin bonnets, linen and cotton handkerchiefs, hosiery, parasol, nil of
which will he sold exceedingly low.
tVl' TnTUnj;r.;i,;i.nfli. atimniluinl l.irifl.
j t i in au uiiiiiii. mi Dl. ....... j-.
' ' n . I- .I..ta I..
imr in Jjei evueiiur sale iiu:uu, iimia iu
be seen at the Office; apply soon to
mr 14 C. A. 1IF..NHY t
BOOKS FUR SALE!
r ITEnAHY, fc.iei.tific and MiseidUneou
Jlellevur, N. T,, apr 4, 'W'S.
v. t. ni.ro.
FKRIOUICALN and Nw.iaper of all
kinds f.ipplied to order, at the cheapest
Mellrvue, W. T., It pr4
PHONOlJRAPIiU'AL Works procured at
short notice, by r. :. ri.ed.
Rellrvue, apr t
To the Public.
T T .
ITL sale of lots in Jiellevue, by a Mr. 11-1 ry
I heredy warn p1! persons fr in purchasing iny
lot advert;..'! hy h:?n ad;ac. :,t the river, a
the rlsim said l.,ls are aid o it upon, was un
lawfully taken, and the said Henry has no li
iral rinht to laid claim. I., a. kinniy,
Jlellevur. mr 2. f&'i.
"V7F. will Rivenood Lots to all persons who
Y T Will erect (lood builditiKS or aweinnK
lireie (.11 lllpin lllltll ttlC l.'-t or JUtie, in.).t.
Now is the tunc to si cure a Rood lot for a house.
Apply to C. A. 1H.NK & tu.
C. W. 1'IKRCE.
Attorney at Law.
Will practice in the Sixth, Seventh, Eicht
mil Mutn Jmlicial Districts ill Iowa, and Ne
braska Territory. He will always be supplied
Willi blank deeus, morijfaj;es, ueeus ui uui,
declaratory statements for pre-emptions, &.c,
und will give prompt attention to conveyance
suit, examination or li.ies, .e.
(?"ir I'articular atlrrition paid to securing
aim collecting debts.
Kefercnees Hon. I.. II. Norton, Flatte City,
Mn.. II M Vorieq arid James Cranr. Ksus., bt,
Joseph, Mo., Curtis Hates, I ort lies Moine.
Nebraska Lity, i eorasKa lerruory.
nov 1, '54-l y
JAM l (J'NHAIj,
fina''e Commisaioiier, Olnce hi ht. Mary,
Ioa. "'it; -ii-'y
Mill I'Y dozen Men and liojs' Huts, of every
n 27. l.Rr.F.NK, KINNKY &. CO.
SKINS WANTF.'.) All kuutsor skins want
A, for which the highest price will h paid
fJAVF. Just Heceived, in addition to
I 1 the r fi
selected assortment of American
ami F.riRlish Drills, Medicines, Perfumery, Jjye
Slulls, Faints, Oil ami l.l.issware; als.o, a fjoou
assortment of Groceries, Wines, Liquors, tec.
At the head of Uroadway. oct is, 'ol
W ATCRMAK Ell &. JEWELEE.
ONE BFLOW W. CLANCY b STORE,
r.NVITF.S the attention of the la
dies and eentlcmcn to his assort
ment of Jewelerv ami FancvCoods
in part consisting nt the following: i,oiu aim
Silver Watches, Lockets, Kir-rings, Hreast-
FitiL'er-riims, I hams. I'enc.ils and l'ms,
ftc. lolins, Accoruaiis, rimes, niu, an on
sortnient of Toys, & c.
All of which will be sold nt the lowest
-.! k -
pt icesj every arucie w ai i aiuc'i iu wj jti-uni-lncndod.
The greatest attention will he paid to tlie re
pairing of watclics ana jeweiry; an worn
warraiiieu. ' '
Crn cut saws, mill saws, hmd saws, broad axes, chopping axes, ailes, log and loc ctiains-
bench p'ancs,and in fact everything in the hardware line.l'rom a Jew.ihaip up to a cradling scythe
BOOTS & SHOES.
40 cases direct from Boston. Foots of all sizes and qualities. Shoes, Ladies enameled Jenny
Lire! buskins, gapers, slippers, ladies' goat, kip and call noots, misses shoes all sizes.
Hats and caps, hooks and stationery, onurs and medicines, javne s anu L.oudon"B r.imuy
.. i .....I i: ..-....!.. . 1...I' I. n
medicines, and ail oilier poiuiiar paieni uicua.iiu'9, on n.nc 01 niiiniami; jjin.ua.
O TJ E E N S W A II E ,
Of various patterns. Olas',, tun.blcrs.jars, &c. MI0 gal. stone ware, churnes, jars,
crocks, butler crocks, stove crocks, iVc, &c.
fit) bedsteads of different patterns, cherry dining, and breakfast tables, walnut ditto, ditto.
DurMiiu with e-l:i-:. olain and fancv walnut messes, cupboards, tin safes, one or two drawer
stands wash standi, lounges and mattresses, double mattresses, slat bottom chairs, cain seal do.,
rocking chairf, ciilis, &.c.
45 cook sloves, assorted, Fatlcrs in's, ready trimmed with tin or copper boilc" boxstoves,
Grecian parlor ditto., stove pipe, elbows, &c.
WOOD AND WILLOW-WARE.
Tine churns, 1-2 bush's, wood buckets, well buckets, wash tubs, wood bowlt ,trays, (lough
puis, sugjr boxes, orooms, zinc wasu uoarus, ti puis, iv.c.
SADDLERY. llridles inattintMls. circingles, girths, halters, bridle reins, Lackawk sad
dles, quilt heats, and ditto Ladies tide saddles, bu;;gy whips, dray whips, G. K. whips, cow-hides
&.C., saddle-bags, leainer irutiKs, &x.
LE. AT HtKi
Sole-leather, kip. nml cnlf nlciim, mororco lininprs, pout sluns, huir,
IRON AND CASTINGS. Flow strrl, slit-pr steel, enst steel, plows, mould;) Sic,
Potn, ovens, skillets t,ml lids, fi, 8, 10 r.ncl twenty rnllon kettles.
FINK DOOKS 8 by 10 and 10 by 12 sash, window blinds,
CLOCKS 8 day and 30 hour clocks; warranted to rim well.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
virgin, -. Rnannkr Nrctar leaf tobacco. Reiralia and orir.cipe cigars of the finest flavor
Cuhu and Havana sixes, and various other articles, hut we deem it unnecessary to mention them
as it is no trouble to show goods, and we will ne nappy ri an nines 10 snow our old customers
and as many new ones as may tavor us wnn uieir patronage, our goousano prices, uur lacin-
lieslor selling CHKAF,are better than any other house in western iowa, and we intend to do so,
anil an axamination of our prices is all that is necessary to convince you of the fact.
Glenwood, July, 12, 154. 40-S.v. niiiHULLS st to.
S. fc F.
Lime for Siie ! iv i
"f J E have now on lia-d a large cpiantity of
V g io I qnick sto:i lim f ir sale. We
It Ween on livid constantly, a o i.intity s Ih-
tient to supply all th'ise who want.
' ll'dlevue. mr 'i" josK.ru pvson 4t'o
TF fu s T "TU" il L i C S A L E
OF LOTS IN
t The future Emporium of Kebraska
A HOUT five hundred choice lots in Nebras-
jfV ka City, and fifty lots in Kearney City,
immediately contiguous, will be oliered Iji
fkle lo the highei.t bidder, on the premises,
Cuniun iieiiig on
Kondiy, April 231, 1355.
Bale to routinue from day to day, until all are
told, at the option of the proprietors.
,t. TKHMS OK &AI.K.
One-third canh in hand, the balance in nx
months. Title indisputable. 1 lie site of Ne
irabka City has long been admncd as the mos-t
lgible situation for a large commercial iiiipo
rium on the hoiiltl sole or the Missouri river.
li in situated on tint romantic Id ml known ts
Old Fort Keartey, eoininanding a picturesque
viei.f the mii'htv J.Iissoun fur imlus up and
4on.iid hai been esteemed for many years.
. 7 . . , : . : r,
i ties! ilarlinir iioim lor runtuiiiiiii iu iinun
'-IU.. ....... . II..I
anil l.B irr I 1. I lie nuiu .a ii in ...
elimate temperate and noted for ill nalubrity
Heavy bodies or the une-i inuuer ui n nj
rietv is found on and near the city, and ev
ral tiaw Mills are row rapidly converting it
to the use of the rapidly Milling emigration in
Ami urnniiil Ibeeitv.
There arealrtaiiy in the city iwo mcrcanuie
ntkblii.hMients.one lart'r Hotel, (the Urire.t in
the Territory) and two more about being con
structed, lbere are airenoy nrcir. , ij-v
tuildinge, and at many more m tr. progress or
An .bimHarirr of lime-stone rork is found
n the mle. and contracts are completed for the
nakiiiB of two millions of brick the ensuing
teason. Two brick churches and one college
V'lll be erected during next summer. iius
county hat a greater population than the whole
"Tjrntory north or Flatte river.
. Nt.tuVa Citv is (ifiv-Cve miles from the
Rnntt, line of the Territory, and thirty miles
'.South of the Great Flatte rivrr, and about the
center of the settled portion of the ierritory.
It i nn 11. direct line of the great central
rV.nin ut u nil roads from the Atlantic to the
'Pacific, and U destined to continue, all the time
at it dors now, to monopolise me greater pun vi
;th business in the lerruory.
... .l- it,. I'r.uuteiit nf the Ft.
1.1 K.),r..V r
The sits has a fme blurt, roric landing, nui
ubiect to change and a Ktkam Fekby now
at the Landing, alTords every facility for cros
1 sinjf. Arrangi wentt are in piogres to secure
'regular packet line of Steamboats between
Bt. Louis and this place.
' The first paper ined in the Territory was
h "Kebraska City Uews.' which can boast of
tbe largest ciiculalioii of any, which indicates
the moral nrogrtsi of the country.
B. F. MUCkOLLS,
Agent for Frojirietort.
' warch 21,1
'' Topographical F.ngineer, tendera his profes-
ional services to the citizens of Kt. Mary arid
Vlriiiitv as finrvevor and l.iiL'ineer in all llsva-
Yi'tirs. Office in F. A Snrpy't store, corner c f
LI. petson: indebted to me by note or hook
.. . .-i ii i ... -1
CCO'llU. Hre rcilllCMeu in ii.ll nun li. uc
pavmi lit imrncdiaiei .
. iii ar v. r ' o. 1 1 . i
F. A. SAKl'V.
L ,-300 ch'ea
p cash so- r or
oulc at the
THE ATLAKTIC HJOSE.
formerly the mc'nef.ly house.
Council Bltilfs, Iowa.
iS now kept by Svi.vf.ncs jjustik,
who, haing made great repairs
and alterations in the House, naliern
himnelf that he will be able to provide any
who favor him with a call, a cotnturtahle noini
His table will be unpolled with the best me
market affords, prepared by experienced hands,
and the weary will lind a good resting place.
CoMF. AND l,M AK K VOURSBI.VES TO 1IOMK.
In coiuiectiori wiih this Hotel may also be found
a good und extensive
b I.IVF.RY iSTAIU.E.
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 horses, for either la
dies or gentlemen. The proprietors of the liv-
ry siahle are hUMSKI.L . UL Sll.
Jilnir City, Iowa, nov '., 1X.'j4 Cm
NEW STORE & AGENCY OFFICE
HAVING permanenly located in this place,
for the purpose of selling GOODS,
LAND, TOWN-LOTS, and doing a General
Agency Husmess, we would respecuuuy nime
the public, to give us a call.
Our Goods were selected with care, and we
are confident that we shall be able to give per
feet satisfaction to all.
GKEENE, KINNEY & CO-
sept. 27 51.
f T AKO WAKE. A large and general assort
JL J. ment of Hardware can be ha.l at
GRKKNE. KINNEY & CO.
LBS. Cotton "Batting, for sale
GltFENE, KINNEY &. CO.
"1 OOK.S and bi-iiuiicrv for sale by
SAUFY k. ENGLISH.
NUCKOLLS St CO.
f.KORGE UHKL.M.. Jt'v WEAR:,
THOMAS H. R F.N TON, JR.
r.S'lHAV NO 1 1 UK.
I Lark in F. Thompson, ot isuctianiion
, Township, I'age County, too up on f:iy
residence, on the 1.1. h day ol ovemocr,A. v.
lSrl, a Ilea bitten gray inaie, ten years oiu.
No other marks or brands pcrceiiaoie. ijj
praised at fifty dollars.
i ' i i uciv i." Tim isnv
l. a iv a i . i 1 1 w .'v. ...
I certify thai the, foregoing is a trim des
cription of the above propciiy as laaciiiiom
the esliay pook in my mure.
1. I.1J J1 ill 11.1. 1-11, l inn.
Clarinda, dee. 12. ':4. (3m, pr fees jl.)
from SV. S. Jswvsimer, Newspaper,
Jldvcrtisinp; Jlgency. Ao. 11 Second 4t,
1st. Louis. Jlt.
KEAPEKS, MOWERS, &c,
Houieand Seed Store, (established in lKf5,)
W. M. l'LANTiCo.,riigiiof the Gilt. Flow, No.
11 North Main street, bt. Louis, Mo.; also cor
ner of Fourth and Gieen Ms., Wholesale and
Retail dealers in Garden, Grass and other Seeds
Agricultural and Horticultural Midlines and
Tools, ill ( mJU'M variety.
Descriptive Catalogue rummliea gmtis lo
2'M Ketchiim's Improved Mower, with
2 knives, !l-"
2U0 Read's Improved Reaper and Mower
with 2 sickles. fri-io
50 Rugg'f Improved lleapers, with I
25 Atkins' Improved Felf Raking Reap
er, with 2 blckles, 5OJ
12 New York Improved Self Raking
Reaper, with l Sickles, !jil50
100 Emery's Improved two horse powers,
with thresher and separator, Ijii'lfl
25 Lever Hay Fretses. 175 to IjiO
N. 11. prisons wishing any of (he above,
w ill please send in their ordeis early, as the
number is limi'ed.
I Oit Furrow's Fortable Grist Mill, for
Itoise, steain.or water power, 4115 to $250
75 Cora and Cob ciuchers and grinders
'J to 6o5
2(H) Com fchellers, hand and power, 10 to H"0
IiKKj Straw nd Hay Cutters, iji'ito IjijO
iTU Cider miils and ire, JjHO to St75
Xmi lii-vnlviii? Horse Hakes. SJ to sli
IM Kaiidall it Jones' Corn planters, t10
Flows, Harrows, Cultivators, thuiim, Miov
( i KEEN E, W E A 1 IE & DENTON,
Council lilulia, Iowa.
Greene, W'eare t Rick,
Fort D( sMoiue, Iowa.
Greene t Weare,
Cedar Rapids, low.
TOTF.S and Bills collected, and proceeds
1 promptly remitted to any part of tha L'ni
Hi:,te. nt current Kates of Exchange.
lnlerest paid on deposits lor over liuriy
days. Fills of exchange on an uie priucijiai
cities bought and sold.
Loans edected on good security.
Vacant lands selected and entered iu any of-
fix. In ibe State.
Land Warrants for cash or on ume, contin
ually on hand.
1-OCRtlOn" OI laiiuaiwi uieinui uiv i p u. ii..
most liberal rates.
Notes bought and money loaned on good sc-
JtF.V f'.RFNCFS. r. It. jeiii . v.o.,
HanuiiiL' Co., bankers, Hnbuqur, Iowa; Cook
.. ... ' 1 1..IU..... K.
Sargent, I Javeppoi i, lima, hiiii'-iwin' -
Itetui, Iowa City, Iowa, reopiej- nana, w
v,.,L Ket.buin. liogei-H fe Ileinent, ban-
kers, do., Seldon, Wilheis fi Co., Wahinctoli,
D. C,i Hon. Chat. jMason, l omiiiixooiiei m
atents. Washington, 1). C.j A. C. Dodg, I .
. S., liiirlington, lowai Geo. W. Jones, V. S.
S., Duhuipic, Joseph Vl illiams, Chn t Justice,
Council lilnlls, dec l.t, 1SM4.
I., the els.bp.des, Hoes, Rakes. Forks, Scythes, Axes,
Mad:son. low.. 8. 1. Railroad. Nebraska pplij J'arers, Chain and Suction Fumos, Ac.
City will be the frst Citv, m commercial and ppi a , (;U pfow
maimfacturing importance, in the future btate . Juiu lIt(.t bu j,,; Mo
No. 14 North Main street, bt. Louis, Mo
march 7, Ilm
FKL'IT TREES, SHKUUS, Ilc,
-J THE subsciiber would most re- 0
specif ully inform the citii lis of t
1 1 ' Western Iowa, that he will be In J.
retvipt.oii the opening of naviption.of a large
and superior lot ot I huit and Osssmihtai
'1'hlks. shruna. Vims. Rot.es, -C, C.C., which
he mil dispose or on me mosi rt-Asouuuic
tor caih only. He will aUo recene subscrip
tions foranv Aciicultural Journal pjhlished in
the L'mUd Stab s. Ord-u for trees or papers
b ft at the Fost Ollico will receive prompt altiu
S. B. I have also a larire variety of fresh
Gardened. JI. A. I hllKl.
!1iiiT City, msrrh 7
AM) CURRANTS, tor
BAKI'V t ENGLISH-
rtAKENup by'Feter A. Criirey. of Tarkio
PaL'e County. Iowa. One
large Urindle Steer, lhe points of both horns
sawed oil", with a gimlet hole through the
point of the left horn, supposed to ne cigni or
nine vt-ars old. smooth crop and umlerhit in the
rie-litcar. and slit iii the left, and to all appear
ancea. a beast of labor, with a common sized
!.,.!! ,.i, u.itl !. n:,rriiw leather strap for a
bell -ollar, bucklej on and lieu wiui a i'-ueii-i
string, salil ox was thin in order. Appraised
at Uiirlj (Iji iO) dollars.
low a, Tagf. Coukty, ) ..
Clarinda, Nov. 27, 18V1. J
I certify that the ahoie is a true description
of the above described property, as taken from
the Estray Book in my ollice.
ELIGAH MILLET., Clerk.
jan24, '.".-rtm pr's fee tari.OO.
Opposition is (he Life of Trade.
MESSRS. SARPY &. ENGLISH ARE NOW
receiving at Glen wood, a well selected
stock of dry goods, fancy goods, clothing, boots
and shoes, groceries, hard ware, crockery, drugs,
liquors, stoves, tinware, &c, in Western Iowa.
The public are invited to call and examine for
themselves, and they will hnd the truth ol the
above statement. Also they will find that we
can sell as cheap any other bouse in Mills, Fre
mont or rottawaitamie counties.
And in eiving notice to the farming commit
nity, we w ill 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 Suuaro., Glenwnod. nuvl-!y.
1 ORN and Oats wanted by S. &.E.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Corner of Miin and Gregorv thtd
St. .Mir ii.
nAS JUST RECEIVED and now ha
for sale a large as.irtinent of selected
merchandise adapted to the wants of all in the
new and thriving community, which he can sail
as cheapas can beoll'ered elsewhere so high upoe
the Missouri river. His goods have hern selec
ted by an experienced purchaser, with speeisl
relterence to the circumstances and wants or all
clases of settlers in a new country. Ladirs
and gentlemen, children and youth, all can nt
supplied. Call and see for yourselves. I'
"lock consists or me roiiowmg, among a g.-i
many other articles he cannot now enumer
Among his dry goods may be found wool m
and sittinett cloths, cassinetts, tweeds, ca: -
meres, linseys, flannel, red, white, grey a d
iue, ( aipun plaids. Uolton goid, sneetin
and shirtings, bleached and unbleached; bin
and white drillings, osnaburg, bedticking, hicl
ory, checks, Uc.
A beautiful assortment of fancy prints
every variely of style and pattern. Gingham
lawns, figured alpaeca, tiombazines, Bombay
ettes. shawls, scarfs, handkerchiefs, crape, ibus-
lin, edgings, ribuous, &c.
A Well selecteii stock of Summer, Fall and Wll-
ter Clothing, consisting in part of fine dress
coats, pants and ves1j also good summer cloth
ing of all descriptions; and heavy clothing for
fall and winter use.
Also shirts, knit fhnnel drawers and under
hirts. socks. &.C Men's t"A boys' hats anil
caps of various fashions, qualities, and prices.
Hoots and shoes, thick and mm, ponsnea ana
unpolished nf every description, for men women,
and children's use.
Crushed, clarilied, loaf and brown sugar, mo
lasses, svrun molases, golden syrup, superior
tea, Rio and Java coffee, sassafras, ginger, pep
per, cloves, f.piee, cinnamon, ground ginger,
nutmegs, simXs, tobacco, cigars, pipes, soap,
candles, vinegar, pickles, pepper-sauce, &c.
A large assortment of flour of various qiieli
ties and prices; corn meal and all the various
products of the farm and garden; bacon and
(ish, kiln dried apples, peaches, currents, raisins,
&c. Hardware. Stoves of various patterns
for cooking a nd heating rooms, stove-pipes a d
elbows, large, and small iron kettles, frying
pans, skillets, hand-irons, shovels and ton, s,
manure forksndhav forks, scythes, shovels and
spades, log and trace chains, axes, hammers,
pincers, iron and steel, nails, horse-rasps, files,
saws, knives and forks, pocket knives, razors,
butts nnd screws, door handles, knobs, lockst
&.C. Tinware. A general assortment kept
for household purposes. Woodwarf.. Wash
tubs, Shaker pails, wood and zinc washboards,
Leather. Sole-leather, harness ieauier,cow
hide, kip skins, calf skins, linings and morocco.
L?J!1. I 'll' I. - I. 1.. n'..nii.i,l..
OdllUieS, OriUieS, UUlieiS, liiincus, im-iiica,
belly-bands, driving lines, collars, back-straps,
girtus, blind-bridles, &.c. Medicines. Agen
eral assortment of medicines for fevers, fever
and ague, and the common complaints or the
country. Cook's, Leo's, Sappenyton'3,BraTg'i
and Janes' pills, Quinine, tonics, and various
Km.U or stun Hants, anoues, nminems ana,
other articles necessary for the sick and tnme
valid. nov 2ii, 0-J
TORSES, woik oxen and vouiigslock, ditto.
X J- SAKl'V & r.ALiJ.IMl.
FOR THE YEAR W5&!
If M. UALLOIJ, who lias edited ine-j-ic-llL
torial" liom the commencement, having
bought out the lale proprietor, Mr. F. Gleasou,
will conduct this popular and widely circulated
paper on his own account. The new volume
will be radically jnipioveu m oci in'i
w ill be uublished on finer paper tha i ever
before, which quality will he continued hence
furlh without chaiure. Alanv new and popu
lar features will at once be introduced, aim me
lilnrarv deoartmeiit w ill present all array of
talent and inturot beyond anything it has be
fore attempted. The illustrations will be liner,
and by bt tier artibls than ha' e before been en
gaged upon the paper, and alt igelher the pub
licallon will D8 vasuy nnpiov ,ii unu oi auiuieu
Arrangements liavt been liiauc lor represent
iie' dm ing thu year view s of the most notable
buildings ami localities through the United
Stales, us well as gmn likenesses of the most
ii'omiut lit characters, male and female, of ar-
tibU and men of genius, such ashave by their
own industry and skill made for theinacdves a
fortui-e and a name, in auuitiou iu uiese, vur-
ii. ,ii notab e European scenes and occurrences
will alio be given from we. k to week, forming
a brilliant illustrated journal.
TERMS: IN VARIABLY IN ADVANCE.
1 subsci iber, one year, Ijjid 00
4 subi-cnbeis, " " 10 00
10 " 20 U0
Pf Any pt rBoii sending sixteen subscriber
atiuiilatt rule, will receive the seventeenth
copy giaiis. A-MrtJt..
M M. BALLOT,
I'ublisher and Proprutor,
Corner of Ireinont and Lruiiilield Streets
Koaton, Mass. feb 1 1
TAKEN up, on theltth of November, 1854,
by Gooltnan Davidson, at his residence on the
East Nodaway river, four miles South of Rol
ware's mill, in Rnchanon Township, Page
County, Iowa, one Hay Horse, black mane anu
tail, dark legs, w hite hair on each shoulder,
souiiibaddle marks, gome w hite hair on his fore
head, a little white spot on his rump, supposed
to be marked with a crouper; about twelve
years old; fourteen hands high. No other marks
J . ? 1. 1 .. ; i nt r, rt..
or brands perceivauie. ii inn iw-u ui iui;-
seveu dollars and htty cents (j7,.to.;
Iowa, I'aok county,
Clarinda, December HI, 1H51.
I certify that the above is a true description
of the above described property, as taken iiom
thu Estray Cook in my ofhee.
jan2 1, l5V3m pr's fee o.O.
. COCHRAN. " MEGEATH
COCHRAN 8t pEGEATH.
m LXCHANGE BhutxLHi.
Courcil Bluff?, Iowa.
N II JLSEliY
THE undersigned has on band and for
JK sale a few thousand select grafted apple
tree, ready fur transplanting ill orchards the
coininglall and spring.
Red .Tine, baldwin, white winter parmain, f,
pippin, lielmoiif. wine sap, yellow belriower
Rhode Island greening, swaar, priors red, rei
aslrachan, early harvest, sweet June, summer
rose, summer queen, Hull's janet, rauibo, wine
apple, white bcllollower, Roman stem and
The Catulpa and lllack Locust.
The snow ball, English and American lilac,
red dogwood, honey suckle, rose, &.C., &c.
A few of the Isabella and Catawba grape from
St. Mary, Iowa, Aug. 31, '53.
sue 31-Iv GEORGE HEFNER.
PERSON S'.v'jiniig Iu make purchases, w ll'
do well to give us a call and examine our
stock, which comprises a general assortment,
and will be Bold at greatbargains.
sept 2 GREENE, KINNEY & CO.
DRIED FRUIT lor ?aic hy
b.MU'Y 4. Et'GLISlI,
TrlLL huy or sell Lands, make acic-runs ;
1 V attend to the purchase and saie 01 town
lot and all kinds of business connected W illi
the Government Land Otliccs in Western or
Central Iowa. Exchange on ht. Louis and
Eastern cities bought and nolo. jan A 'o.i.
LAN i) S FOlt
HIE SUBSCRI HER being desirous of moy
A LL persons knowing themselves indebted
2. to Geo. P. Stiles, are requested to make
immediate payment to the undersigned, or they
will line their accounts in the hands of the pro
per ollicer for collection. Cone one, come all
and save est. T. J. McMAlION.
oct 18, '54 tf
A Lt 1 1 LE fancy notions for sale as
JrjVJsvJ cheap as dirt, at the cheap rash
t rIIE subseritier has just opened this new and
.L couiinodioii" building for the reception of
the traveling public, and solicits a share of pub
ic favor. Prompt and etlicient attention will
be; paid to .tit who may favor him with lheir
patronage. His table will be supplied with the
best the market attorns. A good stable is at
tached to the premises. V.m. ENGELL.
Kt. Mary, Iowa, mar. 15, 54 n2',-tf
VJBACCO. Lovers of tlie Wje-J win hud
a superior article of chewing and smoking
Agency More, of UKbr.NL,
Tobacco, at the
KINNEY & (1)
ing to California, oilers tor sale 111s
Homestead of 100 acres, siiuaieu on me
stage road between St. Joseph and Council
JJlulbj miles Moutll or council mum aim 1
North of tho village of St. .Miry, and near
the Missouri river, in Mills County, Iowa; and
OfroMte Lelleuve.r-'eDrasKa, i.
AUo, 4iMl acres of Prairie Land near St.
Marv. and 000 acrti of Timbered Land on
the Missouri river, and near ulenwood. These
Lauds are all in Mills County, Iowa, and pre
sent inducements to land purchasers seldom of
fered; containing timber, prairie, lime stone,
sand stone, and indications or pieuiy ui eoai;
and also being situated oil the most feasible
point on the Missouri rive for the crossing of
the Pacific Railroad.
Suitible catt e for crossing the I'lams will
betaken in exchangn at fair rates. I he buyer
can have immediate possession, and all the
lrrain and farming utensils he wants at a fair
rate. DANIEL HERREFORD
Traders Point, nov 1, f
riMIE subscriber will visit St.
L Mary 011 Wednesday's and
Glenwood on Tuesday's and Satur- ' il
day's of each week, and will supply these
markets with Kreah Meats, 11 utter, Eggs, and
Vegetables, al th iswiket price
M,t f , "nd tf P. tlORKF.W.
L ii 1 ) b'UC if A N 1) C A H w.u.ie.1 in imyuieut
iu paymtint of debt.. SAUPY & L.NU
THE CHEAPEST GOODS IN
IMF. undersigned is now in receipt of and
receiving the largest and cheapiest stock
of I-ail and Winter Goods ever ollered 111
Council liluli'City, or Western Iowa. Those
wishing to pay ca.-h for Goods will do well to
call and examine. Our stock consists of every
variety of goods needed by the peoplo in this
portion or in- country, such as clolhs, cassi
meres, sattinetts, tuei'ds. jeatis, w hite scarlet,
and burred flannels, plain and barred linseys,
400 pieces good style madder prints, cashmeres,
merinos, allapacas, Mettrhutl and brown sheet
ing and shirting, ticking and drillinj, bleached
and brown canton flannel, drapers and crasn
ers, all wool table covers, brown and b'eached
linen, silk and bay state shawls, ani every
variely tif dress goods.
Mens' and boys' fall and winter clothing,
hats and caps, boots and shoes, hardware and
queensware, iron, nails, collee, sugar, tea mo
lasses, rice, Hour, ic.s ulso, a large lot of fur
niture and liquors. As it is our intention to
sell for cash, we Hatter ourselves that we can
hold out supeiior inducements to those that
wish to buy cheap goods loan stores that are
selling on tru.it.
Coinitry dealers are requested to call ana ex
iimii.d Our stock.
B. R. PEGRAM t CO.
CkiwH ItliiiTCHj.-, oct W, 1Sj4.
THE GREEK SLAVE !
Bacchante, Venus, Flora, Hebe and the Dancing
rp IIE above celebrated Statutes, together with
I fifteen statutes in bronze, and several hun
dred magnificent oil paintings, from the col
lection of prizes to bs distributed among the
members of the Cosmopolitan Art Association
at the first annual distribution, in January next.
The Cosmopolitan Art and Literary Associ
ation, Organized for the Encouragement and
General Diffusion of Literature and the Fino
Arts, on a new and original plan.
. The Committee of Management have the
pleasure 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 oralloted to members several hundred
works of art, amonc which is the original and
world-renowned statue of the Greek Slave, by
Hiram Powers, costing over five thousand dol
lars ! tor-ether with the beautiful statues of Ve
nus, Bacchante, Ib bc, Flora, and the Dancing
Girl, and fifteen stauettes in bronze, imported
from Paris; also, a largerollection of Oil Paints
ings, comprising some of the best production
of"eelebrated Americans and Foreitrn Artists.
PLAN OF Till: CURRENT YLUR.
The payment of three dollars constitutes any
one a member of this association, and entitles
hiin to the Knickerbocker Magazine for one
year, and also a ticket in the distribution of
Statuary and Paintings which are to be alio ted
to members in January.
Persons taking five memberships are entitled
to five of tha Magazines for one year, and also
to six tickets in tno distribution.
Persons, on becoming memburs 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, direc;
from New York.
The proceeds derived from the sale of mem
berships are devoted to the purchase of works
of art for the ensuing year.
Hooks open lo receive names at the Eastern,
office, New York, or Western olfice, Sandusky.
The Gallery of Art is located at Smdiisky,
(the Western ollice of the Association) where
superb Granite Buildings have been erected for
it, and 111 whose spacious saioons iue spieiituu
collections of Statuary and Paintings is exhib
The advantages secured by becoming a mem
ber of this Association are
1st. AM. persons receive the full value of
their suhscTiption at the start, in the shape of
sterling Magazine Literature.
2d. Each member contributing toward pur
chasing choice works of art, which are to be
distributed among themselves, and are at the
same time encouraging the arts of the country,
disbursing thousands of dollars through its
Persons remitting funds for membership,
should mark letter", "Registered," and state the
month with which they wish their magayines
to commence, and also their post oiHce address
in full, on the rec-ipt of which, a ceitificate of
Hi 'mliL-ship. together with the magazine desi. od,
will belowarded to any part of the country.
Those w ho purchus.: magazines at bookstores
will observe that by joining this Association,
they receive the Magazine and Free Ticket iu
the auuual distribution, at the same price they
now pay for the Magazine alone.
Illustrated Catalogues of the whole collec
tion sent 011 application, free of charges.
(L'jjT Oliiresof the Association, at tha Knick
erbocker Magazine olfice, 344 Uroadway N. Y.
and at No. ldli Water Street, Sandusky, Ohio.
Address, (at either office) for meuibershl p.
l;. i.. in.ni't u. a. & L.a .
I IMURTY dozen Men and Hov Cans, fro
X s.tln cheap, at the Agency Store of
I Sep UI. tiHl. L. I., MNAI.Y k. CO
I' AM I.J'OoU and shoes for salo cheap
WAN T K D ,
N every county in the United States active
and enterprising Men to act as Agents, ta
transact business that will pay, to a smart and
energetic person, from 1 hree. to t ive Hundred
dollars per mouth. J ne miriness is vrry Honor
able and requires HO capital, .as many wiiu
us from mcie idle curiosity, no letter will be
answered by us unless it contains one dollar, at
proof of good rutin, upon the receipt or. wnuu
we willfully explain the business. No letter
will be taken from the olfice unlem the postage
IS pie-paid Address,
if. r. obni.noin.i,
Hampshire, Maury Co., Teimesee.
Any newspaper o.- other publication,
giv nig the above fmir insertions, (in. hiding this
notice) and fowaiding a copy as bove, will Te
crive the intorination afoteoaid, without any
1 V l'C5T JlickoTv S!iij tin.;, for sals low, at
OU GREENE, KlNNEY 4, Cj.
s ipt 27 Vt
or7 freet. au(ji-iy
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