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8. A. STRICKLAND & CO.,
BELLEVUE, N. T.
THURSDAY, NOVF.MnKRUO, IH.W.
rrllrntlal r.lrcflou. Adjourned It ail road Hireling.
From nil th reports tlint hnve came to Alan Adjourned Railroad Meeting,
hand, there is but liltle doubts of the elec held at the Hellcvue House, in this city, on
lion of the Hon. JAMF.S lll'CHANAN, Saturday, Nov. IS, 1S.KJ, JntS, Allah
f..r President awl lion. Jon. i V. Dri.gkcic in the Chair, C. K. Watson Secretary, S.
aiiint, for Vire President. The follow- M. Curran reporter, the minutes of last
ing is n list as reported, of the States, with meeting were rend and adopted. The com-
their several eloctorul votes for ench of mittee appointed to confer with l ot. 1 nos.
A KHIVA I. OF Till: CANADIAN.
CORRECTED WCI.KLT fOR THE OA1F.TTE
SMiiFlonr.VRsrktO WW Butter, Trb
Wheat, per bush. 1 no Shoulders, do
The steamship Canada, from Boston, Corn, do S Hams, do
i t i .i... io.l i.:. I Mats do .iiaru, no
arrive.1 ai i.nerii on me im. i p,,, do , M Km, per do,
reported that Ixml Palmerston is prepar- Dried Peaches, do 3 2d Salt, per sark
inir a new Reform Hill.
Lord John Russell threatened a similar
In our Inst, appeared an article on the
Presidential I'lection. We resume the
subject this week, and are pleased as the
returns come in from the I-'ust with the
gratifying intelligence of the election of
llurlmnuu. The news well confirms now
tlint Wisconsin, Illinois, and even Mary
land, so loin; doulitful, have all given ma
jorities for the Democratic cnndidates ;
and we think this triumph of Democratic
national principles, in the election of Uu
chaiiiiu, is lull the just senl of disnpprolia
tiou and condemnation placed by the peo
ple, upon fanaticism, sectionalism, and dis
loyalty to the Union. We are of those
who believe in the permanency and the
perpetuity of this glorious I'nion, the
constitutional rights of tho Slates unim
paired, the supremacy of nalioiml and
constitutional law over every seciiona!
ism, isms or schism, that has arisen or
may arise in the fruitful imagination of
worn out ami rejected politicians who la
bor so assiduously and industriously for
men, for Jire, and for ivr, and whose
motto is ric or ruin, doing all in their
might and power, whether fnir or foul,
for wirii, and nothing for a cause or a
principle. In tho election of James Uu
chnnan to the Presidency, we recognize
tho wise and sagacious Statesman, the
learned ami able Diplomatist, the truo
scholastic and self-taught American ge
nius who has carved out his own fortune
and emblazoned his name and national
fame in characters of perpetual remem
brance, to live long after monumental
glory and martial honor shall have crum
bled to dust ; and nlthough a northern
man, born, bred and educated in the
North, still, whatever might be his per
sonal proclivities as an individual, arising
from his birth and education, as the Pres
ident of the jtropk of the wiiM thirty-one
States, he will rise high alnivo every sec
tional and lien! question, and, as was
remarked by one before hiin, ho will
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Know no r.ast, no nest, no jNortn, no
South, but will bo tho President of the
whole people. It is a proud spectacle for
an American citizen, who has n spark of
the revolutionary patriotism of 70, to be
hold, amidst this fanaticism, this wild and
mad local excitement, tho Southern States
still loyal to the Constitution and the
North. No less so, all have been ready
to make every sacrifice, prompted by the
loftiest kind of national patriotism, in the
election of a northern man with ntl'uma
principles to the Presidency, not doubting
but the wisdom, the patriotism, and states
manlike ability, national in its long step,
that has marked the course hitherto of
tho illustrious lludmuan as the repre
sentative and exponent of Democratic
principles, and the embodiment of ull that
constitutional union-loving American citi
zens so much desire, will all lie fully re
alized in President Buchanan.
i X; New llain"liit'V
II Vermont ,'
12; Klio.ln Island,....
. A (ihlo,
. 0 Iowa,
. 0 Total,
II. Hento:, Jr. reported his inability to
go as Delegate, to llurlington.
On motion. S. A. Strickland, George
Jennings and Maj. Watson, was appointed
a committee to draft resolutions expres
sive of tho sentiments of the meeting.
During the absence of the committee,
. ft the meeting wns addressed at some length.
by Messrs. Holloway and Dyson, of Hellc
vue, and P ach of Ohio, on the importance
to the interests of this city, die location of
the western terminus of the llurlington
and Missouri River Railroad, at a point
opposite our city. The committee then
reported the following resolutions, which
were read by sections, amended and
Resolved, That we deem it necessary
and expedient, for the best interests of this
place, to send a Delegate to Burlington,
to represent Ilellevue.
Resolved, That we, the citizens of Jlelle-
Kngland and France have suspended
iplomatic intercourse with Naples.
o hostilities have yet occurred.
A terrible accident occurred in London
While Rev. Mr. Spurgeon, the famous to serve them nt nil times with
Baptist preacher, was preaching at Inn- BEEF,
pprt Ilnll. n fnlsr nlnrm of fire was raised. VEAI
causing a stampede. oeverai
were trampled to death.
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l ne statement mm rinnn- Fiuiiiiimiru , .. . . ..... ,,., i
Austria to evacuate the 1 rincijialities is yMrB experience In the business, I feel confi-
nol rreuueu. ient in saying inai an wno win ravor me wiui
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ed to the original protocol respecting uie tomers with the best quality of Sausage.
A Ministerial crisis and financial diffi-
Ilttttle In INIcnrngua.
Cnpt. Villiains, who arrived in New
Orleans on the Pennsylvania, furnishes
the following account of the battles of
Malaya and (Jruundu, in the latter of
which he took part : "(Jen. Walker was vuo and vicinity, subscribe Two Hundred
oll mlvw..,! ..f ifw mnvoniHiiis nf the ene- Thousand Dollars stock, to the Burlington
i . m u- . . i i. and Missouri River Railroad, and a like
mv, but wih his usual caution ho kept his . ...
' 1 .. amount to the Davenport and Missouri
information and plans from the public. Rj Rttjlroad. on condition that the
About the 1st of Octolier, the order was western terminus of said roads, be made
given for the out garrisons at San Carlos, at a suitable point, or points opposite this
Illt-no Tinittittii nrwl Afnnniriin tn rniirnn.
' ; , .,, . ' ,. , . RrsolivJ, That in the opinion of this
tra.e on (.ranada. Shortly afterward the Umt Jf chher both of snid
advanced guard at Massaya was ordered ron,s Bhol,lJ terminate between St. Marys
to fall back upon the capital. It at once and Trader's Point, on the Missouri river,
became evident that Gen. Walker had de- will be considered a suitable point or
. :...! ... .1 i. . . .a points.
iri lllllll'U iw Ulflw liiu t'lll'lliy nil, uuu - nil rrM . 1
, . , , , ; , Resolved, That we propose to donate
cnoose ins own groium ior me name. xhne iiunurej atl(i Twenty acres of land
On tho evening of the 11th he left for Depots or other purposes, to each of
Grnnada with 1,100 men for Massaya. said Compnny , as an inducement to lo-
Tbi U r lou-n Rltunted so.i.p fifteen miles ratP c terminus ot their roads, as suited
r o 1 . : .1 .... o Ann . alxwe.
iron. ,.n.,M.ua, comu.on.g Ilollul o,wu R,,soI Thnt our Delefrate be author
habitants, rsatlllft Ims endowed It With nnil instrmted. to us nil bonornbln
many advantages. It has two plazas; in and fair means, to impress upon tho Presi
the centre of the rrincinal one stands a Mt and Directors ot said roads, the facili
culties exist at Constantinople. W X J It li .
The Ministerial crisis resulted in the avirrm a pawTtTQ
reinstallation of the old Ministry. tt m
The r rench commercial crisis assumes -- v?j-a.v? v a.9
morn favorable nsnect. HA VINO removed Into our larce new store,
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Persia solicits the mediation of France "i," l" ll , "ow r,,"u,culu u"ir..1"
in her difficulties with Lngland. r.arD-Pi. c,ni ami r,et selected stork of
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large church, on cither side a few shops.
The houses are principally built of adobe.
It was here that Gen. Walker had deter
mined to meet tho forces of the Allies.
The troops marched nearly all night over
a very muddy and slippery road, and be
fore the morning of the 12ih were before
ties and natural advantages, to be derived
by locating at these points : and that he
be requested to carry out as far as possible
the provisions and conditions of the above
On motion of A. Lockwood, Mr. Geo
Jennings was appointed said Delegate
On motion, Messrs. Lockwood, Bowen
Several of our citizens have requested
ns to invite, through the columns of the
Gazette, all those who do not feel inclined
to receive the visit of the Pawnees, which
commences in a few days, to last through
the coming winter, to meet at the Bellevue
House on Saturday evening next, to take
the necessary steps to notify this tribe that
their room is preferable to their company
We have at present a few of these gentry
amongst us, and find them anything but
agreeable and profitable visitors, as they
are pretty well versed in the art of Imr
rowing articles, which their customs for
bids them to return. We hope to see a
good turn-out, for every one knows that
they are not wanted in our neighborhood
The Loudon police are on tho
lookout for the recovery of a casket of
jewels recently stolen from the Baroness
Anselme do Rothschild. The robbery
was committed at the country residence of
the Baroness, at Frankfort-on-the-Maine
The jewels were in a casket, and in
brown leather jewel case, the value of the
contents being estimated at 200,000
francs. For the most part, the jewels
from their remarkable rarity and beauty
may be easily recognized. Among them
were tho following : Four rows cf large
pearls, of which three rows were of ten
to twelve grain pearls, and one row of
twenty to thirty grain pearls, the last
alone bein,r north 40,000 francs, and the
whole fr.u H),000 to 1 06, 000 francs ; a
large oviemul onyx, surrounded with dia
monds, valued at 10,000 francs; a ser
pent ring, with diamond, the interior en
graved, "In memory of Hannah de Roths
child; lour large pearl buttons, sur
rounded with diamonds; six bracelets of
diamonds, emerald and rubie.
Apples, do 2 75 Hay, per ton
rilllE UNDF.RSIC.NED takes pleasure la
X announcing to the inhabitants of Belle
vim an I vii'initv. that i have commenced the
above business in this city, anil will be pleased
The Cologne Gazette says, all powers, " call, ' phased with the quality of my
centino- the Toiled States have assent- m,,atl, nn1 become regular customers. I am
cepting uie umuu Mates, nave assent Mmj makin? arrilnKPmpnts to supply my cus-
quality of Matisaee.
ARIUVAL OF THE VIGO.
The steamer Vigo brings five days
ater news from the Continent. The
aris Conference was to re-assemble on
German papers state that the King of
Naples had urged the Cabinets of t.
'etersburg, Vienna and Berlin to con
clude in favor of the integrity of the king
dom of the two Sicilies, and a treaty ana-
ogious to that guaranteeing the integrity
of the Ottoman Lmpire.
The latest advices state that prepara-
tions for a descent upon Naples were re
No modification of the Ministery had
Goods, ever opened in this city, consisting in
Hats & Caps,
Thankful for the liberal patronage hereto
fore extended to us, we earnestly solicit its
continuance, feelins confident that the qnality
and price of our goods, cannot fail to iiieaae.
Bellevue, Oct. 23, 1850. 1-tf
Glen wood, Iowa.
HAVING recently leased this well-known
Hotel for a number of years, and fitted
It up la a superior style, the Proprietor flat
ters himself that the patronape he heretofore
received from his friends and the public In
general will now be extended. My table in
iimislied witn tne cnoicesi aeucacies or the
season. ArtjoinniR uie nonae are extensive
atables, and pood hostlers will always be in
Come on. ve that huneer and thirst for the
Cood of this world, and you will alwaya fin,
ease on liana lo minister to vour wants.
JKSSE A. FAINTER.
BELLEVUE, ST. MARYS
HUFFMAN'S LINE will leave Glenwood
via. St. Marys for Bellevue. on Mon!
day's, Wednesday's and Saturday's, at 10
clock, A. M., and will leave the Benton
House, Bellevue, via. St. Marys for Glenwood.
on the same days at I o'clock, P. M.
This Line connects at St. Marys, with the
Council Bluffs and St. Joseph Stages, and at
Glenwood with the various lines from the Mil-
issippl to ths Missouri Kivers.
Travelers on this Line will find every eon.
venience and accommodation, to make their
trips pleasant and speedy. Comfortable
roaches, careiui unvers ana well-fed
Iost Ofllce Ilobbery.
Dr. E. F. Fellows, a clerk in the post
office in this city, was this morning arrested BARREL, of Household poods, marked "O.
To all whom it may Concern
I HAVE in store ONE BOX and ONE
by Mr. J. K. Tyler, on complaint of W. THOMAS, Omaha, Nebraska, care or
Major Dickie, the P. M., on a charge of Tootle & Jackson." The coods were left with
,y. , ' i -i 6 me on the last down trip of the Steamer A. C.
robbing letters passing in the mail. Godden. The owner will please call, pay
H. T. CLARKE,
Forwarding and Commission Merchant.
Bellevue, Oct. 23, 185ft. 1-tf
It has been pretty well understood for charges and receive the poods.
the past six months, by Major Dickie and
one or two of the special agents of the
Department, that many money letters
posted in western offices and destined to
offices in the interior and eastern parts of
this State, have been opened, their con
tents abstracted, and the letters re-sealed
and sent to their destination. These cases
the town which was in possession of the and Strickland, were appointed a committee
enemy, who were said to be about 4,000 t0 conference with said Delegate.
On motion, C. T. Holloway, was ap
ronf' , pointed to solicit sulwcriptions to defray
iKiug uuwsi-u oi uie upproucu oi ureu. tne expenses of said Delegate
Walker, they had advanced on the road On motion the meeting adjourned, sub-
from the town with a stronir bodv of J? to the call of the president
,r,.,n. i';,i...r ui.u f ,h r.,,A ii,,,l James S. Allak, President,
.7 7 . , , , 7 V C. E. Watson, Secretary
with high bushes and cactus. At day-1
break, Gen. Walker formed his men in Excursion In a Balloon.
column, and ordered a charge at once. Those who participated in the balloon
The rush was made, and the enemy broke ""irsion 001aru; on i nursaiiy
tati, i i i i. i reiumeu to una cny un r ritiay, nueu Wltn
and fled before the head of the column adlniratioI d deliirhted with their trin.
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oum reacn mem. i ne Americans Kepi The balloon left the enclosure at Chesnut
on and followed the enemy into the town, and Twenty-first streets, at four and a ha
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where they were strongly posted in the , l"K1"Kl T ir- u'uum unu iaay
n ...,.1 u iv -...., ... n it...,.!: i i
.laas and streets. After a gallant fight, , ' " ' .V. ri Yi. B ' , T
which had lasted ail tnrougn tne aay ana of Osman Reed & Ca After ascendintr
evening, Gen. Walker was in jiosition at to an elevation of 13,000 feet, the balloon
11 v. m., with his howitzers before the was wafted in a north-westerly direction,
,1., ron.k- i .v,n .Ko on. M"1" a' lengin reacneu tne vicinity ot Uhes
1 " " I ,ar l;,.U of.r R ',.1,,K c f .u
my in the morning. The artillery had Ly feelinff hungrV) Mr- Godard ,et m,t
wen orougm up uirougn ine wans oi me d iwrtion of gas, and descended to a farm
houses, which were cut through for this house, where their creature comforts were
nurnose. The troons were order.nl at ultended to. hile here they were met
. i ... ... rp,... by Mr. Felion, President of the Philadel
, , . , , , , , , ' phia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad
ha.iougnt nam, ami mey slept well. Comiwiiy, who invited the iwty to his
About half-past 12, a. m., an express house. A number of persons seized a
train from (Jranada, arrived, advising rope, and pulled the balloon to the house,
Gen. Walker that that city had been at- whe ''l e,ni'pd fastened until the visi-
. , . . , , . , ters had been hospitably entertained bv
uukcu m oi , u, preMous, uy a Mr Fel(0u The josin? of fcy
force of nearly 1,400 men. These were descent, and its condensation by the night
from the hacienda of San Jacinto, and air, induced Messrs. I lewling and Butcher
had Wit ioined bv bodies of troons from t0 remain at Mr. b elton s, while the re
San Salvador and Guatemala, with a few ,lin,nin? P8 got into the basket and
, , , , ascended again, at a few minutes before
namorristas. ! ney nau aavanceu upon eight 0clocU. In a half hour Wilmington
tiranaaa uy a uuiciem roau irom thai was reached, and Mr. uodard descended
leading to Massaya, and had surrounded sufficiently low to converse with a mini
tin ritv iiltnrL'mir it nn nil siflAtf TKam
ber of citizens of that place. He airain
r . i . . . ascended, and came down olontr the road,
were very few troois, which, with the v i , , .. , .V .
, ' .. ' . . . ... and shook hands with several astonished
American citizens leu in me cny, uiu not individuals. At about 10 o'clock Mr
amount to over 150 men. These took Godard made his descent in safety and
possession of the ordnance derjartmeut. with ease, about four miles from North
jruard-house.ha-.pita! and principal church. East' C..eciI1 Md- havinS mtt(ie a dis-
George Jennings, Proprietor
THIS House is situated in the pleasanteat
norl nf n11fl,ri, In O Kaiti f i tnl an4 fkn1thtf
of pilfering were very frequent, and called location and commands a view of country,
for a thorough investigation bv the post I which for beauty cannot be excelled in this
office authorities. After some time spent Territory. It is fitted up in the best manner,
t. , .,,: vm ana po paina win De spared 10 mave an wno
in observation, it became apparent that m favrhlm wRh teif patronag, fee, tt
llli'oc; iCiiciD uric uicuu ill viiiui? I fiome.
in this city. For two or three months fils TABLE.
past, constant watchfulness has been kept Will always be supplied with all the delicacies
epon the clerks in the office ; their habits, tne-maritei anoras.
X f Attached to this Hotel is an excellent
whirh rpsultd m hxinfr Riisnirion iinon I oiMUja,
the person this morninr arrested. In or- whir1 w'.8l,a.!l lwiys.have tniti by com
, . , . petent ana raitnrui ustiera.
dcrto ascertain the fact to a certainty, r Bellevue, Oct. 23,1853. 1-tf
the 1'ostmaster tor manv mornino-s during
lh( nnst kit wppL-9 bna Vippn fin tho wntrK I MASONS WANTED.
.. , .
visiting the office secretely, at 3 and 4 "VANTEDIMMEDIATELY b h ,,b
o'clock in the morning, in order to over- ' ' B" l"",a FAZnllrfeJr,,
, , ., , 1r t, ii , SONS, to whom GOOD WAGES, and CON
iook tne proceeaings or ur. t enows, whose STANT Employment, will be given.
jiiatin e ii iiua iu go 10 uie oiuie in a very M. SHAW,
early hour, without any ostensilie object. Bellevue, Oct. 23, 1856. 1-tf
In these visitations the Postmaster has T tT t t t i tit rrT a ttv t
seen Fellows opening letter bags, and d a a T
nvprhnnlinfT nnil nru.n I mr nnrL-nrrua X.- r I -- e v "
nnd rlnincr nihpr tbinon PiitirAlu nut'nf tKo Tne undersigned offers for sale his claim of
and doing other thmgs entirely out of the 160 acres, situited four mile. West of Bellevue,
IV Yl " umi,o. tino muiiuiig aixnjui I m lownanip u, nange is.
Dickie was on the watch again, as early This claim is well situated, has several
as 3 o clock, having passed the night in bfkimus, a
the office, and after observing similar Never Failing Stream of Water,
proceedings on the part of Fellows, and About EIGHT ACRES OF FINE TIMBER
running imminent risk of being discovered Eo"I"cTres ,of ,and broke, and a good LOG
v J A. V.l Ulb piatCi x 111
session given immediately
Bellevue, Oct. 23, 1856. 1-tf
on the mam plaza, and the ladies took anJ ft ha,f hour$ on the road forl resh.
refuge in the house of the American ments. They were met at the place of
Minister and some of the foreign Consu- landing by several countrymen, who assis-
lates. This handful of men defended the ted in rarkil,g-"P ,he lllxn, and afier-
plaza successfully for twenty-two hours. n nveyi the party in a cart to
' , , i . North Last, where they remained all
The enemy ransacked every house in aight. The passengers on this novel ex-
search of Americans and money. Mr. cursion, say the sight from their lofty
Lawless, the Rev. Mr. Wheeler, and possition was the most magnificent thut
Mr. Ferguson and son were dragged into con ,e ""n?'" ; this was particularly so
the street and murdered. General i.n rT.TVll'.r V U,T '"T
... . . . ... , ... began to rise, and lip hill and valley with
alker s residence was pillaged, and his her silvery beams. One of the peculiar.-
papers scattered over the floor in the wild ties of this night ride, was the remarks,
hunt for plunder. About 10, a. m., of the lle echo at the height of some 10,000
13th, tho gallant band in the plaza had fm Mrt Gotjard "S and each
.1 ( .. , , verse was as distinctly sung by an echo
the first intimation tha succor was at ,3 ,weet and melodiusf as the voice which
hand m the booming of the howitzers and uitered the words. The Party at this alti-
the rattle of the musketry, in the attack tude could also hear the larking of dogs,
of General Walker on the enemy at Jal- and even cackling of the chickens and
teba Church, about three-quarter, of a ?,r m?,ern.aI Progenitor. Mr Godard
... ... , .. , .7 . it u said will make his third ascension on
mile immediately l-ehmd the Ordnance Thursday iwxt, from Parkinson's Garden,
Department. Chesnut street. IXillar Newspaper.
j-A.T. il 1 m..i . .
by him, he at once confronted him, charged rT SIT .?'"XJl , unaiPutM
D. A. LOGAN
ANDREW 1. rOFFLETON. WILLIAM N. BYEM
Foppleton & Byers,
him with crime, sent for Tyler, and before
the hour for opening the office in the
morning, l ellows wns arrested
The investigation has been one of great
difficulty, on account of the necessity of
obtaining positions for overlooking Fel
lows' operations without being discovered
bv him : nnrl triA nrrnnrrpmnnf if iI-ia
: .v.: "v. 5..T.:. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. AND GENE
uuiie u nau, ui suia uuBiwereiew A RAL LAND AGENTS, Omaha citr,
and much exposed. The matter has been Nebraska. Land Warrant bought and sold,
well managed by Maj. Dickie, seconded Land Entered on Time. Special attention
by Mr. Hecox, his assistant, and by Thos. given to the selection and entry of Lands for
Fitzgerald, the porter of the office, whose gTftia 2ft'u &
reauy presence oi ininu nas in several of Real Estate, bonght and sold and invest
instances savea fliaj. uicuie trom prema- menta maae ior umtant ueaiers.
ture discovery, and contributed essentially C" A Competeiit Surveyor and Draught
m;n alwaya in readiness to survey lands, find
and select Lands and Town lota, and draft
City Plats 1-tf
C. A. Henry & Co.,
"WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUG
JUST RECEIVED BY
NUCKOLLS & GO,,
A Large and Well Selected Stock (Expresi-
ly for THIS Market) of
HATS fc CAPS.
BOOTS & SHOES,
WINDOW SHUTTERS, tc, &c. '
Having been bought and shipped at low
figures, we flatter ourselves we are able
to offer such inducements to CASH ni' IT
ERS as have not heretofore been offered.
We ask an examination of our Goods and
S rices, before purchasing elsewhere. The La
ies will find at our Store a large stock of
PLAID SILKS, fee., ac,
All of which will be sold very LOW.
NUCKOLLS fc CO.
Glenwood, Mills Co., Iowa. no 4-tf.
NEW GOOES!! NEW PRICES!!!
New Everything, at the Old Stand of
SARPY fc ENGLISH.
EDWARD C. B0SBYSHZLL
HAS the honor to inform the people of the
Southern District of Douelas and the adjoin
ing counties, Nebraska, that he is now open
ing one of the largest Stocks of GOODS ever
brought to Glenwood, Mills county, Iowa,
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, BOOTS fc SHOES,
HATS fc CAPS, QUEENSWARE,
OILS, PAINTS, DYE-STUFFS,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
YANKEE NOTIONS, fcc.,
And everything that may be found generally
in city stores, all of which he will tell
CHEAP FOR CASH.
(TV ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRO
DUCE taxen in exchange for Goods. Buy
ers from town or country wishing good and
cheap Goods, either at wholesale or retail,
will save money by calling and examining his
atocK before purchasing elsewhere, as they
will find good bargains and fair dealing.
Glenwood, Iowa. do 4-tf
to the successful result of the investigation.
Buffalo Com. Adv.
We think that the confidential
clerks of the Post Office Department,
miirht find n fiiio finlrl fnr invostirrniinn nn I V GISTS, At the Nebraska Daeo Stoic
.... i.i: T...n mhs f"y N'braaka, have on hand and are
uj uiimicm iuui 1Cuuuig m jjcutrvue, constantly receiving a large and complete
as continual complaints reach our ears of "0'tinent of Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medi-
, , ,. . . . ., cinea, Dve Stuffs, Liquors, Se gars, Preserved
delay and losses through the mails. For Fruits, Confectionariea, fcc, fcc. Physicians'
ourselves we would say that no papers of orne" n"fa on "" advance on cost, l-i
any description, has cine to this office in CharleB A. Henry, M. D.,
ten days, and were it not for some of our PiY,?IC,IA AD SLRGEON, Respect
, . , , , , , . fully informs the citizen of Nebraska,
friends, we would scarcely know what that having permanently located in Omaha
was going on in the world, outside of f'Y' nd "avinK had several years experience
v . i in the treatment of Diseases Incident to the
ISebraska. West, now offers his professional services to
those who may favor him with their patronage.
Mrs. King, near Kingston, rsew York, Office in C. A. Henry fc Co's. Drug and Va-
was recently taken sick, and her husband
seized the opportunity to elojie with a
handsome servant girl named Miss Mar
tin. Arriving in Albany, Miss Martin
eloped with a young man named Corne
lius, with Mr. King's money. Mr. King
being penitent, returned home and found
that his wife had eloped with a dry goods
clerk named JelTers, and ail the movea
ble articles in the house, whereupon Mr.
K. started in pursuit, considering himself
a deeply injured man.
riety Store, Omaha city, N. T.
L-.Cvl,nR,L,E?,D GREEN ANn RICHARD
KIMBALL, Having purchased this welt known
and popular Saloon, in Omaha citv, would
respectfully inform the public, that they are
now prepared to furnish their customers, at
all hours, with HOT MEALS, OYSTERS.
SARDINES, PIGS FEET, PICKLED
TONGUE, GAME, and other
Comprising all the Delicacies of the season.
Come ve that hunger and thirst Come to
the APEX and ye shall be filled.
, lf MtFKN k KIMBALL.
KUHL & KAYSER,
St. Mary, Mills County Iowa.
WE would respectfully announce to the
people of Mills and adjoining counties,
that we have located ourselves ia the new
Brick store on the comer of Front street and
Sj'e's Avenue, in St. Mary, and now have ea
hand a full and well selected stock of
adapted to the wants of this community, eoa
HATS fc CAPS,
BOOTS fc SHOES,
DRUGS fc MEDICINES,
SASH, fcc., fcc.
We are determined to sell to cash custo
mers lower than any other establishment ia
this portion of the State. An examination ot
our stock and prices will be all that is neces
sary to convince you of the fact. Look out
MAMMOTH BRICK STORE! II
FRONT STREET, ST. MARY.
RV All kinds of country produce taken in
exchange for Goods.
KUHL & KAYSER.
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