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JCS5" To-night our citizens intend to
lienor the erection of SARPY County
ty a Hall, nt the IJellcvuo House. From
the pleasure-loving di.-positiun of our peo
ple, and the enterprise and energy of the
Managers, we have no hesitation iti pre
dicting a merry time- to nil concerned.
ISS?" On account of the severe storm,
which visited ua on Saturday last, the
Railroad Meeting was adjourned 'till Sa
turday next (the 14th iiwt.), to meet nt
'the Hellevue House.
Mrs. Samuel Ciranger, late of Sheboy
gan had taken from that town, some time
in the month of July last, a little daughter
named Ellen, ulioiit five years of nge j
the child had lieen left with the wife of a
Mr. Homer of that place during a tempo
rary nlwenre of the mother. JJrfore her
return the Homer family had left Sheboy
gan with the child. They were reported
to have removed to Stevens Point. The
mother is very anxious to obtain her child
any person knowing of the whore-abouts
of the child, or Mr. and Mrs. Homer, by
communicating to tiamuel U ranker, at
Harrisville, Marquette Co., will confer a
lasting favor on a disconsolate parent.
N. JL It is ' understood the Homer
family have attempted to change the name
of the child lo Louisa. She has blue eyes,
fair skin, and yellow hair curling over her
Papers in Northern Wisconsin please
copy. -LUoruu Courant.
" In addition to the marked reception
given by the Queen of England, and other
courtesies extended by civic authorities to
the officers of the Resolute, it is said that
the British government has detailed the
steam-frigate Retribution, to bring the
officers and crew home. We trust that
when the frigate arrives, the arrangements
of our municipal authorities will be such
as to extend to her officers a fitting recep
tion, and thns further cement that good
feeling so stirred into such pleasing activity
by the graceful present of our governmen
of the ship Resolute to her original ownt
ers. Life Illustrated.
CJas it be True. The New York
Evening Post says there are at least two
thousand gambling houses in that city, and
probably a hundred faro banks.
' The Emperor of China hn re
fused to receive a communication from
President Pierce, forwarded by Dr. Par
ker, who is at Foo-chow-foo. A letter
from the Queen of England, forwarded
some time since, met with a similar fate.
Col Kenton on Xcti -Kngland.
Colonel Bemtoit, in a speech deliv
ered before the New England Society of
New York, on th occasion of the 23Gth
Anniversary of the Landing of the Pil
grims, in rfply to a toast, paid New Eng
land the following compliment, which is
worthy of that great statesman :
During thirty days the last that we
have passed I have gone through New
England far down East, and upon several
lines, and I have seen masses of people,
seen them in their houses, conversed with
them and became acquainted with them,
and I will say that I am qualified by ex
perieuce to answer to the last clause which
pledges New-England courage, New-England
patriotism, New-England sagacity to
the inaintainanefl of this Union ; I am
qualified so far as the feeble voice of such
a person as I am can vouch, I am qualified
to vouch for the whole of it. And I regret
fellow citizens, that inclination, or duty,
or circumstances do not compel us of the
two halves of tho Union to mingle more
with each other. I wish that all those of
the South who are charged with the ad
ministration of public affair, could go
through New-England as I have done,
meeting those people in masses, meeting
mem casually in cars, invited to their (
houses, welcomed to their hwpitali'y, and ;
treated with a kindness and affection J
which will be to mo u salver to tho la.-t j
moment of my existence. And now that ,
Congresstias. Uen put upon salaries as a '
body fur the whole year, if I had beeu in.
Congress at tho time, I should have uovel
an amendment that, ns wo h.i
salami id liters, mi pny for the whole y
...iiii. .i .
hi; mkhu'1 on suivuu lor UIIJ Wlllll!'
yenr, nnd hhoiilil coinmoinMi immediaiely
ufter the time in thin way : That every
one who lived in the North should go
South, and remain until Congress meets;
and every one located South nhould come
North nnd remain until Congress meets,
and they would go back with a U'tter feel
ings; nnd if some of the violent men of
the South who have the spirit of disunion
in their minds were to see the fair young
women I saw, they would be brim full if
union before they left.
1-YlIow citizen, it is now three centime
nnd n half inec this New World was dis
covered. Hut don't be alarmed ; I nyi not
going into a tedious history of the two
Americas from the time of the landimr of
Columbus down to thu present. That
part called South America nnd I include
in it, on weapons of thia sort, Mexico
was discovered a hundred year before
North America. The land was full of
attractions was a land of sunshine, of
flowers, of perfumes of mines of gold nnd
silver, of diamonds, und of a people ad
vanced in civilization. A hundred years
later, North America was discovered. It
had none of the attraction. belonging to
the other neither its mines of gold nnd
silver nnd diamonds, nor its sunny climate
nnd perfumed atmosphere, nor its advanced
civilization, liko that of the empires of
Mexico and Peru. Yet what has been
the difference between the progress of the
two Americas. This America of ours,
settled by thoso who nro the compatriot
of the Pilgrims, has reached a degree of
civilization, refinement, prosperity, happi
ness, nnd civil nnd religious liberty, which
leaves the other America immeasurably
behind. And what can be .-aid of North
America in connection with South Auu ricu
i . . . .
in uicsu mMrua, ljii hi; mini oi rsew
J'.nirianu m connection with the rest of
North America. The Mcrrimac, the
Kcnnebeck, the Androscoggin and the
Penobscot were far behind the Potomac
and the James rivers in their attractions;
but what has be-ju the result I The result
has been that this New-L'ngland, which
ft. ..I .t .1... ...r v i.
v,u.- ua w. uiiuuu mu uiuci 1'uiis ui ilium
America as North America was behind
South America, is now ahead. In all the
useful and ornamental arts, in what con-
tributes to the advancement and perfection
of the human beinir. she has cone ahead.
and gone into other rarts of tho Union,
rendering education, educated young men
to instruct her youths, pious and learned
parsons to fill their pulpits, eminent men
in every walk in life, and artisans, though
mentioned last they arc among the most
useful and honorable of the whole. New
England has done it. And I, who have
been through her sterile fields, have found
everywhere, for I have examined into
everything, an abundance, of hospitality
and comfort with which 1 was before un
acquainted. I have gone through their
factories from top to bottom, have been
astonished at i!n perfection of . their ma
chinery, and sometimes have nuked, Did
you get that invention from Old England V
for 1 knew I was putting on their mettle,
and they would instantly answer, ' No ;
we did that ourselves.' Not only was I
surprised by the perfection of the machi
nery, but also tho cleanliness which per
vaded every department. Tho rooms are
ample nnd well ventilated in summer nnd
well warmed in winter. The operatives,
too, were comely, malo nnd female ; and
this, too, btruck me as I passed through.
I made it my business to converse with
them, and with tho young women. I
found them to be attractive and comely,
modest without being bashful, confident
without assurance, and quite intelligent.
I went also through the boarding-houses,
nnd there all my ideas wero reversed, for
I had before supposed that the operatives
in New-England as in Old England, were
living in small, narrow, confined and un
comfortable buildings, with poor food.
Hut, on the contrary, I found them 1 say
it without disparagement to anybody-- '
situated as well as members of Congress
ore at Washington City. They were in
large, stately and elegant building, in j
loner rows, ana entered in tne same man-
ner in which you enter the parlor in
Washington, by ringing a bell at the en-
trance. In tho parlor there was furniture
equal to that which can be foand in Con
gress boarding-houses. I carried my cu
riosity so far as to ask the mistress to take
me into tho cooking department, that I
mirht nee tho cooking going on. She
said I had taken her unawares, and 1 told
her that was just what I had desired, nsl
wanted to see them in their everyday
course of Uymg She opened the loor j
. uu .ei iub ..no uie kucneu wmcn was ,
cleanly and neat. Thu was the condition J
,,.-. f , ,. . t i
. , ' . , V 3
kk'd leisure lor the cultivation of lh?
illJ. 1 dwell upon all these factj with (
uch pleasure. i
uuueu iciaure lor me cujinuuou oi wie
Aud now I have to say that, not satisfied
with a visit of thirty day, traveling every
day and speaking every night, I am to
return there, and when tho winter is far
ther advanced for I have received invi-
unions to return, aim some ot such a
character that they are imperative
tn -n i !-, a a i V I it . ,
..v mil cim .itmi ia.u i. km vi my, '
before a vast multitude of yoimj people
anJ n;,'e(l people. I have been iuviiej by
the Professors and the citizens of Cam-
. , .. 1T .
unuge, umi most ancient or ail our Uiu-.
versities, associated wifh classic, historical ;
and heroic recollections, to deliver u dis-
Crtlirsn on the 1 ninn lu.f.iea ihoin I rv.
lack to comply with their wishes. I g.j j
to assist in carrvino into 'fl'Hct. ihft ran.
cludintr seiitiinem which the toast contains ; '
si nil when I return 1,1 f.t f"!r..nl V.i I .
, ... . ,, ' " "v-.,
bhalll bo able to bear my testmi;ny every.
where, that, in ail thu dxtended doiuann
uf this wide Union, there is 110 pl ice
whera the hearts of t!ii nennle T kn.iL-
of tho rreat ina.v aro mora lyl to f
r .1 ... 1 , .'.
inc 1 moii 01 ino.so m:iu-s. i
Tin: proprietor of tiir above
LARGE AND POPULAR
of nuts evi:ry
To the Public, and will reader
To fir. wmih of HIS GIT.STS.
3. T. ALLEN.
Rellevue, Oct. 23, IS.-.it. 1-ir
S EATON & ROWLES.
Bollovuo, 2J. T.
II WIN't. removed Into our large new store,
on iM .) in street, we are now enahli'ilto oiler to
the Citizens of Douglas comitv, one of the
Lnrsest, Cheapest ami best Selected Stock of
(ooiis, ever opened in (tils city, consisting in
Hats & Caps,
Thankful for the liberal liatrotmir hereto.
lui7 ,-ll-lill-u I'l lin, r i'(ll Ili'miV BDlll'll IIS
lore cxlciidcil to on, w
ron? ini:n.ee. fne lim- P.. I .4 ll. .1 ll...
; .md once of our irond . cannot fjil in idea ho.
si: vrox &. kowli:s.
rtellevne, Ot. 53, 1H.'iii.1-f
;rMKe JciuiiiiKV Proprietor.
TIIIQ W..,,. i. .11,, I.. 11... ,.l......l.l
pari or Keiievue, iii a henntiriil ami heiiPhv
' locution mnl conim;tiuls n view of coimtrv,
" hich for heHiity cannot be excelled in this
nmy f.ivor him with their patronage, feel nt.
Will always be supplied with all the delicacies
the niArke't niliirds.
Attached to this Hotel Is an excellent
which we shall alwav have attended by com
petent and faithful Ostleri.
nellevne, Oct. 2.1, IS.VI.l.tf
NEW ARRIVALS AT THE
Tlll'l Subscriber respectfully invites the at.
tention of purchaser, tohis largeand splendid
stock of (ioods, consist inc of
1)KY ;ooi)S, GHOfT.ttlES.
HARDWARE, , J I ATS.
P VTI'.XT MEDICINES, &c.. fcc..
All of which he warrants of the best descrip
tion, mid bo'ight expressly for this maikot.
lie has also a well Delected stock of
M.ide after tho LATEST FASHION'S, of the
REST MVIT.RIAI.S, nnd by EXPERI
ENCED WORKMEN, all of which he cell
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Rellevue, Oct. 23, IHoii. 1-tf
:Qoot cfc snoo
JM. BART AY, would respectfully
, inform the inhabitant of Rellevue
and vicinity, that ha has commenced
to Manufacture .
BOOTS AND SHOES,
')f a" descriptions, from the finest finish to
!!lla. c,)'!:Ht .I-'nploy n nm, bt t!,
liaor n-oeb . o 1,. ....'II U. ,.'!.!. L i i.
work h, at his establishment. " . n m
(."i?" The highest cash price pid. In trade.
,u. '""'"i"" 1,1 u w mui,
I UAllnimn 4 ! D..ll
Bellevue, Oct. 30, 1 fni.!Mf
WANTED IMM EDIATELY, bv the mih
Bcriber in Bellevue, HX GOOD MA.
hu.s, to Whom UOOD AOES, nnd CON- I
olA.M Employment, will be friven.
Bellevue, Oct. 23, 1C:. 1-tf
" " "1 " " ."
O O T CX3 SlL O O
A "incur, would respectfully
tl uiallf,u.trP, to oriler, ev0r varVt of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
-V ". wii'ik a-ahiuvii. JIO IS
ur lUe h(!tX ,lliull unJ La.gL fashion. He is
hIjo prepared to make up in the Lest manner,
Embroidered and Worked Slippers, which he
warrant to pb-a.ie all who favor him with
the custom. '
Ill, 1S." ', 2-tf
HAVING recently leased this well-known !
Hotel for a number of years, ami fitted!
it nil in a superior '.ye, the Proprietor flat
i ... i, i... ...i . i. , i i, . '....i .1, . i
lr' " """" I'l'ioiMgn lie ncreioiore
received rrom ins rriends and the public in
general will now be extended. My table is
furnished with the choice it delicacies or ths "
A;'ju!1,, thf. h" extenniv. :
stables, and good hostler will always Is in
Come on, ye that hunger and thirst for the 1
'J0'"1 of '''i world, and you will always find
."""'mmui i',n i.iuiii mni,
rr - -
.'ESSE A. PAINTER.
cuSHKCTr.n WEKKLV fO THE OltHITK
S ,PFlo ,r, sack $n no HuHer. V"b
Wheat, per h uh. l id simil l.r, d
Com, d 1 uti H.i-.ns, da
"I" Linl, do
d i 1 'vl I' :ts, per lor.
is, d "i 7S Salt, per sack
;'p'e i, il l :t 00 11 -1 y, per tor)
ST. iMVUV ADVniTlSKMKMS.
P. A. SAUPY,
Wholesale! & Hi taiUMcrohnnt,
COS.!. Of MAIM AUn LMflillK SI SI. MS,
st.;m RV, 10V A.
HAS just received And How hna for lie, a
lai'Ko nssortmeul of i-ecled ineiclMndije
adapted tu the Mauls of nil In thh new mid
thriving community, w hich he can sell use heap
ns can be ollcred elsewhere u.liieli, upoutlie
Missouri river. His ds have been selected
by , in experienced puichnser, with apei inl
reference to the circumstanres nnd want of
nil classes of settlers in a new rn.iiilrr. La
dies and, penlli inen, children and yiiuth, all
can be supplieit. CH nnd see for yourselves.
His stock consists or the follow inir, amntijrn
great many other articles he cannot now gnu
lui TMte i .Vtnnnir his
M.iy be found Woolen and Satinet Cloths,
Ca.isinets, Tweeds, Cashmeres, l.lnsi'vs,
I'laiiiud, Red, White, (.'ray and llhie, Caspian
Pl.iids, ('otton (iooils, Sheet ilijs nnd Shirt im;s,
llleached and Cnbleaclied. Illue nnd White,
Diillins, Ofiialnirf;, lied- ricking, Hickory
Checks, ,V.c, K.C.
A beaulifnl nssortmeul of fancy print of
every varietyof styleand pattern. '(iiii(;hums,
Lawns, Eiirured Alpacca, llombuziues, Horn
b.iyetts, SIiiiwIh, Scarfs lliiudkerchiefs, Neck
erchiefs, Crape, Muslin, Edgings, Ribbons,
A well selected stock of Summer, Fall and
Winter Clothing, consist ine in part of fine
Dies Coals, Pants and Vesta also, k"hI
Summer Clothing; of all descriptions, nnd heaiy
Clothinc for r.ill and Winter use. Also, Shirts,
Knit ri.innel Drawers and Undershirts, Socks,
A.O. Mens and Roys' Hats and Caps, of va
rious fashions, oualities and prices. Roots K.
Shoes, thick nnd thin, polished and unpolished,
of every dcsirription, fur Men, Wuinen, and
Crudiml, Clarified. Loaf nnd Brown Siiar,
Molasses, Syrup Molasses, (iuldeii Syrup,
Superior Tea, Rio and Java Codec, S.issal'ras,
Cinur, Pepper, Cloves, Spice, Cinnamon,
ground (linger, Nntniis, SnuH's, '1'obaceo,
Cigars, Pipes, Soap, Candles, Vinegar, Pickb'i
Pepper-Sauce, Kc, fu'.
A larrje assortment of Flour, of various
qualities and pricrs ; Corn Meal and all the
various products of tho Farm nnd tianleii)
flaron, Fish, Kiln dried Apples, Peaches,
Currants, Raisins, Ac.
Stoves of various patterns, for Cooking and
Ilea tint: rooms, Siove-pipe and Elbows, lartf
aud small Iron kettles, Frvin Pans, Skillets
Hand-Irons, Shovels Hint Tongues, Manurnaml
Hav Forks, Scythes, Shovels nnd Spades, Li
ami Trace Chains, Axes, Hammers, Pincers
Iron and Steel, Nails, Horse-Rasps, Files
Saws, Knives and Forks, Pocket Knives, Ra
zors, Itntts and Screws, Door Handles, KnU
Locks, tc, tc.
A general assortment kept for houschofa
Wash-tubs, Shaker Pails, Wood and Zinc
Sole Leather, Harness Leather, Cowhide,
Kip Skins, Calf Skins, Linings nnd Morocco,
Saddles, Rridles, Hatters, Lariats, Circinglcs,
Helly-bands, Driving-lines, Collars, Rack
straps, Girths, Rlind-brldles, (cc, tic.
A general assortment of Medicines, for
Fevers, Fever and Ague, and the common
complaints of the country. Cook's, Lee's,
Sappenyton'i, Bragg's nmf Jayncs' Pills, Qui
nine, Tonics, and various kinds of Stimulants,
Auodyucs, Liniments, and other articles neces
sary for the sick and the invalid. . l-tf
I'OrXCIL BUFFS ADVERTIKEJIKSTS.
Greene, Wearo & Benton,
ANKERS, DEALERS IN EXCHANGE,
IJ and Lnnd Agents, Council Rluirs, low a'.
Notes and Rills collected and remitted to any
Sart of the Tinted States. Money received on
eposit, and interest allowed. Eastern or
Southern Drafts furnished In sums to suit pur
chasers. Land OUice funds pahl for Currency
or bills of Exchange. Loans orTccted on good
security. Taxes paid, titles examined, and
Real Estate bought and sold on Commission.
Lands entered for settlers and time, given for
payment. Office opposite the Pacific House,
In west lower room of Land Office.
RerrsEVfEs: F. S. Jesup Si. Co. j W. J.
Barney & Co., Rankers, Dubuque, Iowa ; Cook
lc Sargent, Bankers. Davenport, Iowa t Cul
bertou &, R ?tn. Bankers. Iowa Cily, lowaj
Peoplti's Bank, New York Ciij: Ketchem,
wew lorlf Cu, : svetcricm,
, Rankers, New oik Cily ;
t Co., Washington, D. C.
on, Com. of Patents, Wli-
nogers a. iieunei
Hon. Chas. Mason
itigton. D. C. ; Hon. A. C. Dodge. 8. U. S.
Burlington, lowaj Hon. G. W. Jon. 8. U.
W , Dubuque, Iowa j Hon. Joseph Williams,
Chief Justice, Muscatine, Iowa.
Council Blurts, Oct. 2:, 1H3U 1-tf
Tootle & Jackson,
I FORWARDING k COMMISSION MER
. CHANTS, Council RlutTs citv. Iowa.
Having a Large aud Commodious Warehouse
011 the Levue at the Council Bluff landing,
are now prepared to receive and store, all
kinds of merchandise ami produce, w ill receive
ami pay charges on all kinds of freigths so
that .Sleain Ronts will not be detained as they
have been heretofore, in jjt'jNg i0ms one to
receive freight, when the consignees are absent.
CirKKEXcibSs Livcrmoore t Cooley, 8. C.
D.-uito Si Co. and Humphrey, Putt t Tory, Kt.
Louis, Mo. i Toolloftt. Kairleigh, St. Joseph,
Mo. ; J. S. Chniiewortli k Co., Cincinnati Ohio;
W. F. Coulbough, Hurliiigton, Iowa. 1-tf
11IE iindersigiied having recently taken
ami refitted the above well-known arid
popular Public House, he trusts by the strict
studious sttention to the wants of his guests,
to merit a liberal share of public favor, confi
dence and patronage. Hi table will be
spread with the best the market affords, and
no pains will he spared to mske his guests
agreeably at home a ad comfortable.
(. A. ROBIVSOV.
Council Bluffs, Iowa. nov 13-tf.
CHARLES D. GREEN AND RICHARD
KIM U ALL, I laving nut chased t hi well known I
and popular Saloon, in Omaha city, would 1
rr specifidly inform the public, thai iboy are !
now prepared to famish their customers, at t
all hours, wiihlOT
1.1.1, i'lL KI.l.U
TONGUE, GAME, and other
Comprising all the Delicacies of ths season.
Co'rie ve that hunger and tlnrsU.Com to
the APEX and ve shall be tilled.
1- t GREEN t KIMBALL.
TfrtTTOTl a T ws. asj, MAst m m I
the corner of Xiueteoi.il, A win-.,. ....I'tn ,.f T.:.. u.Zi, " ... ' Ti7"Z "'2
F,r",' 'r'' (": ipicd by Dr. Rise.) (
TTi abuve Ilmsewiil be sol I low, if im-.
mediatn application h uiide to Mrs S. alon
ft, Ro-vles, M.unVrcet. no M-tf. I
run Monri. famif-y and au
hicii.ti;hal pa run.
til'.RM AN I'OWN, PIIII.A'IA CO., PENN.
Iltinr W rim vsm v Momki.nu.
ltr nil lip n. riiK.is.
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t.eimnniow n lclecrapli," not only In con
tlnue as heretofore the Agricultural Depart
inent of his pnper, but sedulously to mid to
Its character nud value by nil the means at
command. All necessary space shnll be pro
vlded for n full record of Agricultural Details
mid n full development of every branch of the
Farmer's Pursuit, lie will In future, ns he
has always heretofore, aim to be practical,
and to be of real and substantial advantage
to husbandry. His course, also, will continue
to be thoroughly independent, and wholly mi
biassed by any other motives than those he
conceives to be promotive of the true Interest
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iiidiviilualti, cliques, societies, or any other In
lluence shall awcrve him from the path of
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Slavcrv Probable Admission of Nebraska
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