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I. A. STRICKLAND & CO.,
TII08. J. GUNNISON, EDITOR.
DELLEVUE, N. T.
THURSDAY, FKHRUAUY VO, IS'7.
Our Territory is U'ginnin to l nr-prc-cinUtl.
Until lali-ly, interested par
tics have Writ engaged in " writing ni"
Kant and in writing down" Nebraska.
V have reaJ in soino of the 'Kansas
correfpmilnice" the mot outrageous ami,
we believe, wilful misrepresentations in
rnrl to this Territory. While llme
intrrestnl writers hove tx tolled Kansas to
"the skies, they have represented Ne
braska as I I'-ok and barren. Now tlm
facts ore, that there is very little differ
ence in the climate and soil of the two
Territories. We spenk, of course, of the
inhabited portion of Nebraska, lyin
south of the Running Water or Nea
brata river, which empties into the Mis
souri to the west of Sioux city. This
portion of our Territory bus as fine a cli
mate, as rich a soil, ns much timber,
atone and coal as Kansas. The climate
is drier and more uniform. It is not sub
ject to the same extremes of beat and
cold. We do not, as a general thing,
have as much snow, nor so early in the
season, as . thev do in Kansas. J.ai-t
Ml eiii.iltont for (lie Missouri
The follow i 1 1 j lid of sti niiibonts will
inn on the Mnsniiri river during llr.' sen
sou of 1"7:-
I A. H. Chamber, (Jormley ; Fonteneile,
1 try Kate Howard. Joseph Nunion;
1 . "It i einiii;h for in 1 1 knew tli.it
but few of the men who ml in that Hon e
1 as members of the third Leej-luturc, an
'ever aiiain vi-it our I,euiluiie ball in
.the capmmy of l.cniilnlor.'
The above is from that n'iA of d
cency and truth, the 'Nebra-kian.' and ii c "ittasil John Shaw ; Mi-n-niifahcla. Cox;
Miid of the members of the House of lie- Sultan, McCloy ; Polar Star, Dm; .Morn-
preaeiitativca. It h very kind of the ' ii'M ftlr. li K'tlv ; J. M. Convent. How
. , . ,.,i iiiiiii; J. II. I.ik in, Silver; ISew Lucy,
Ncbrnskian to mforu, them thus early . .., ,.
thut they ran not be re-elected. Mis- j j Yore ; Slur of the Wei-t. Ohlnian ; John
takes sometimes hapcn in well regu-1 Warner, Patterson; Wm. Ciiinbell, Kmls;
loied families, and it is barely possible F. X. Aubrey, Hen (jleiiu ; Australia,
.1 . .i ,v i ..,, I.. ...ivi.iL.n. I Welion ; Cataract, Able; Keystone, Liod-
thut the '.Si braskinn umv In' mistaken . .. ., ,
,. . dm; I.dinburi'h, Able; . II. Kussel,
this tune. That . ogacious print may hot , Kinwy. AJl,lirn, n.,kr. Kmiirrnnt. Ter
only be mi-taken, but from the versatility ' . (')m:il,u, Wineland ; A. C. (Joddin,
which it so uniformly ditlav. we should i I vers ; Hanuil al, I lazlct ; St Mary. Cob-
not be surprised to see it advocating the
election of the very men whose course it
now condemns. We believe thut a large
majority of that body faithfully repre
sented the wishes und interests of their
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rdllblllill'llli. mniiit ioihj, . , ... i r .1 . . I .
, . , , ' , , . i lie limn expri ssi lor inui irauu ,
of Nemaha, und Jones, of Duhkotah. , ,(.n j,,,,,,,,, j, Huhhvj,,, Throck-
They, surely, will never see the inside of morion, Cheevcr, Diaflin, elms', linker,
a Legislative hall in Nebraska a'-ain, as Fat Yore, Oglesby, Cooper, and Joseph
Legislators Hut v ii nprulMMnl that a
I -ii lilt; U'liii MiiHitu ii tmin; 'L iiii' i-imnj
i,,ul of the others will-as many have y ()()() .,.,,, (!M;m;ltl,l ,.
already receive the plaudits of ll 'r ( j,,. ,,f the tsnme is i0,:i(K). (Si .Jos. jih
ii. vr vi ii.
A. Ill I .! MM NV,
bel; P.. A. ( )gden.ni--sell; Carrier. To. lal;
T. V.. Tott, Doier; 1). (I. Taylor, Ueeder;
lAmaon, Chouieii; Silver Heels, Harrow.
I One limit for 1kion iile ; two boats for
government. Total, H.
The following gentlemen will each have
a boat Names not known. They will
It is the first independent peoples'
Legislature we have had in the Territory.
Its greot sin, in the eyes of the 'Nebrus-
kian,' consists in the fuel that it could not
be managed by the clique, of which that
paper is the tool, as other Legislatures
had been. It shook the dry bones of
Omaha and the putrid matter of which
winter we bad but about seven inches of j,,,, js conmojlp(l . nnd no wonder
snow, and they hail eighteen inches in ,n(U lll0 di.nJ)0iiiteJ minion feel bad.
Kansas. There, the thermometer ranged llllt we fodieve that every man of that
as low as thirty degrees Ulow zero .. ;,. ,iie exceptions aforesaid
with us, it went down only to twenty- can l. re-elected if they desire it; and
mjven. Last summer wo were informed
by gentlemen who visited tis, that the.
heat was very oppressive in Kansas,
while the weather was comparatively
comfortable here. Last fall, at least four
weeks before we had any snow, they had
some five or six inches in Kansas; and
while we were enjoying fine dry wheel
we should not be surprised to see the
'Nebraskian' trim its sails to the popular
breeze, and advocate their return to the
Hireling at Omaha.
Omaha, N. T., Feb. 23d, 1S.7.
I'ursuan'. to a call signed "Many Claim-
amid slush and mud. Still, Kansas is a
fine country. It has, as we said, a
moister climate than we have, with more
rain and more mud. Hut it is an inviting
country to the emigrant ; not more so,
however, than Nel raska. In our opinion,
Fi.o(.c;inh a HtrtTi:!) ''Witch" to
Dkatii ! The HrownsvilU' (Texas) Flag
notices a case of superstitious barbarism
which almost surpasses belief. It is said
to have occurred in Malamoras, Mex-
Meyer & Gctzsclnnaim's
'Hie iiinlirMitriicI be If.tve le i'lf-irm tt,
ril icn of tli .'iiljiiiiiiiic remit ii i'i dir. ('.,
tti it tlicy arc liiiildini! a liew KI.Ol' It I N It
Mil. I., well twn run of It itm, nt
ST. MARY, MILLS CO, IOWA.
to tic in r'cr;il ii n on tli tnt ( f Ancis'. t."7.
Kiirn.ris ill iin wrP to Misc v ( f Wltcit
ns w c hi r. i(''.iii'il t p.i Hit' l.lln -t ri' i s
l.ltT Mo'f, vi!l slsn .: l.eni;l t y t!." :e
llclo.'s i t t!e?
:. :i.m;v r.r.r.'.vi.nv,
a. Ui t f I. :, I ' !'' .
C. T. llill.l.OWA V. C. I. KKI.I I H.
( 1 r.xni . land t; i:ts, HiIIivho
V.I city, .N. T., will promptly nttiviil to the
rolled iin; and iiocsiliM tnniii'V, lornting I.anil
W'Hrrniili. baviai; ami 1 1 i n tc city lols, 4c.
Olfico nt the itrllcvilc Iliv.nr.
GLEN WOOD HOTEL.
nAVI.( recently leased this widl-kimwa
Ilutt'l for a iiiHnlicr of year, and lilted
it up ia a superior style, tlio Proprietor Il.it
ters himself thai the patronage lie heretofore
received fioin his friends and tlie public in
general will now be rxtendetl. My table is
funiihed with the choicest delicacies of the
sea hoii. Atljoiiiin the limine nre cxleaxivp
stable, and good hustlers will always be in
Come on, ye that hunger and tliirst fer the
p. in, I of (hi wm lil, and a will always find
Jesse on hand to mi inter to your wauls.
.'KSSK A. PAIXTKR.
J. A. JON I . (il ll. W. M IIHI1,
Drug & Chemical House
IN THE WEST.
OM AH A CITY, NI'.HUASK A TKRRITOUY
JONES & WOOD,
WllOLtSALK AM) RtTVII. l)tVLl:HS IS
Tobacco, Jtr. .Vr. &.C
Hiving piirehaed the entire Block of
Dlll'tiS and FANCY tJOODS formerly be
longing to C. A. Henry Jt Co., together with
our own full purchases, we arc now enabled
to ofli-r the public ns complete an assortment
of Dltl'tiS and I'AXCY CCIUDS ns can be
found west of the Mississippi river. Oar
stock is of magnitude rnongh to supply the
whole X 'bnsk.i trade ; and having been pur
chased under the mint favorable rirciun-
olher house in the Wesl
and Plivsicians nre reipiested to examine oar
Block before purchasing elsewhere
no i.i-tr Jity t.s . wikjij.
ing, the people in Kansas were traveling tints," the claimholder of Douglus Co.
nsseihlileu en nmse at the l loneer Jiiocu
at U o'clock, 1'. M. The meeting was
colled to order by the President, A. J.
Hanscom, and A. G. Clarke was elected
It was then announced that Sarpy
i . .
not as much so. It cannot huvt - richer County, having liear.1 of the troubles
soil than wo have. Its climate is cer- threatening her mother County, hud sent
tainly not belter than ours. It is not bet- her delegation to counsel with, ond it
ter watered with springs and running need he, aul the tluimhoKlers ot Douglas
streams than is our beautiful Territory. County. The Delegation was received
It may have plenty of coal and rock. So with enthusiasm.
have we. It would be impossible to r lorencc sent lie r delegation, as also
name any one merit which Kansas pos- Eikhorn und Pupillion, which were ad-
sesses, that cannot be equalled in Ntbras- mined. The following named gentlemen
ka. In addition to all this, the great, and were appointed a Committee to draft re
ihe otJy great natural route for a Rail- solutions expressive of the sense of the
road to the Pacific, lies through .Yebraska meeting :
along the Xurth. iU of the Platte rieer. Messrs. Grunt, Lowe, Thayer, Hrew-
We are not envious of Kansas. On the ster, I primer ami Iiluhl, who reported
... m I . ,i ! i...:
contrary, we wtsn ner, alter ner many ine ioi lowing reboiuuons :
trials, every prosperity. Hut we hope W iiehcas, It appears that evil deposed
the day is gone by, when the correspon- persons are giving tiouble in dillerent
dents of Abolition papers, and the agents parts of this vicinity, in attempting to pro
of Emigrant Aid Societies, will feel at euipt the claims and parts of claims held
liberty to misrepresent our Territory for by bona fido claimants to the great anoy-
the purpose of diverting emigration from ance of the rightful owners, Therefore
it, at the same time that they overpraise Resoltvil. That we have the fullest con-
Kansas for the purposo of drawing set- fidenee in the power of the claim Associ-
Uera there. Let each Territory rest ations to protect the rights of .the actual
upon its own real merits, and wo have no settler, and we pledge ourselves, as men
fears; and this is all we desire. W e and as members of the dillerent Claim As-
hare even no objection that the writers sedations in Douglas and Sarpy Coun-
about Kausas should praise her as much ties, to maintain the Claim title as the
as they like, so that they do not detract highest title known to our laws, and we
from as they have Wen in the habit will defend it with our lives.
of doing heretofore. There is room ResovtJ, That persons shielding them
enough for us both to increase and grow, selves under the act of Congress, to pie
On Wednesday, the S, insl.,nt Plalle,
by Rev. Mr. Hamilton, JAMKST. WHITK,
of llellevue, to AXX I'.. TOZIF.H, of La-
It seems that a young lady of Mata-: ' ,,utP
mora. was taken sick, nnd tin old lady of , . K',',mlav evening, lVbr.inrv Z-'d inst., by
., ii .i i ... ,,i. ; S pure llackbiirii, W M. D A IS, of Omaha,
the neighborhood, reputed to have some J Mu, A N N A i;oFK, f La Platte.
skill in the virtue of herbs, was solicited i
to visit and udininister to the tiatient. ' " ,he n,,(,ve rn,n0 0 di'h'
From some cause or other, the old lady j cious cake, which was feasted upon by
failed to attend, and suspicious reports ' those connected with this ollice, and
were circulated that the oh. lady bemkl.eA , otlur,. rrk.hl Wl I1. is
ill'! youiijf one. nit: inuiiui uies ivnu jie
titinneil to con inel the attendance of thi old
one. Ollicers were sent to take her be- energetic citizens. We congratulate him
fore her supposed victim, and the:-e mis-1 upon having secured one of the lovliest
cranio ignorant wretches reported that ,. Wl)men in our beautiful Territory.
iney, on seveiui oci .imihis, reimireu 10
her domicil, and could not fi nil her at
home, but found instead n susiiciou.s look
ing black cat. After several elibrts, how
ever, they found the old woman at home,
instead ot Her cat, and s
an early Pio-
I neer of Nebraska, and one of our most
The llesl Profession.
There are many young men of earnest and
noble purpose who are asking themselves
he was taken to the question, what is the best profession f
the presence of the invalid. Hut her herbs There are many parents who have sons of
failing to restore the sick to health, and i promise, wno are scckiii-an answer in
the meddlesome black cat persisting in fol-'i h same enquiry. We propose to address
lowing its owner, and beins by the neil,. j a few words to such on the subject in w hich
hors found in the room of the invalid in. they arc so much interested.
stead of her mistress, fixed the opinion It is well that they are interested in this
fast in the minds of these iirnorant neonle. enquiry, for a profession is generally a
that the old woman nnd black cat were life business. It is at once an occupation,
one nnd the same person that she being! a flL'la of us(-,fllll",,ss. l,1,J n SL"llaL)1 l'f
a witch could take the form of the cat and j re. It is more than a question of food
assume her ow n shape nt will that the n'l raiment, it is a question of character,
invalid was a victim to her diabolical art. I standing and usefulness. A man's life,
With these convictions, it is said, they I be it good or bad, is made in his profes
soueht out the unfortunate old creature, ! Th profession often makes the
and actually tied her up with thongs, and ' " 5 riot because the profession is intrin
crucllv flooved her to death as a' witch, sically so important; but because it is
In justice to the civil authorities of Mata- j adapted to a man's mental characteristics,
morns, we are Imnnv to stnte that th.-v i What is the best profession for one man
I.LLMl 001) AM LR IISLMLMS.
AT CLKXWOOD, IOWA.
TOOTLE & GREENE
AUK NOW IS KKCCIPT OT A rRMIt KCPri V op
Which, when complete, will compose the
LARGEST at sr.sT SELECTED STOCK
IN MILLS COUNTY.
oi it stock or ;uo( r.ittr.H
Are bought nt the lowest terms fur cash,
Mnr xu i.':
NUTS, &r., &c,
Ladies nnd Gents, mil and see. them, nnd
price for yourselves. They have not been
NMinmered nnd wintered in St. I.tmia 1..
stances, we f-el nssare.l in oar ulntement, bought and sliippcd direct from the F.asten.
that if Fine Good, .n regards quantity, qnal- ciij,.,. !,(,. styles and a full assortment of
ny .inn jirice, .ne oi.ei-i in iiiomi: iie.iun uui.ss goods, rrom a ten cent l.awn to a
in DRl (JS and MEDICIXES. we can oiler Two Dollar Silk. Also, a Tew fine 8U.K
these inducements to a greater e'ent than any , SHAWLS, ISO X NETS and PARASOLS.
..11 I !.. II... 11'.. ..J I-.. M..r..l 1 '
V willing .'ii 1 1 iiituvn
A fine stock old and young, fogies nml
fast' men, rail soon if you want a nice cat
vest or ianls, on reasonable terms.
New styles, cheap and durable,
it ah nu . i it i:.
A very large assortment, consisting in part
change Bank. of Smith's Tools, Spades, Shovels, Forks,
Rakes. Hoes, Dells, Mill, Crosscut, and Hand
PP j Saws, Files, Augers, Axes, Ihoad.ixes, Adze,
OV'I I ll,;,.l. I n .( In Ilia niul if llm nl,9l..-
Ill ll.l)l.(i MATF.ltlAI.S.
A large lot, consisting of Pine Doors, Sash.
Shutter Blinds, Paints, Oils, Nails, Looks,
Latches, Glass, Putty, &c.
Ilareaus, lii-dstead. Tables, Chairs, Tin
Safe. Cubboars, Stands, tc.
I IV" W w'" "''11 cheaper for cash thar
nnv house in Western Iowa.
iioS-tf. TOOTLE &. GREENE.
W. 11. STABK.
o. w. mynens.
Boot and Shoe Store,
OnM'ARXHAM Street, Opposite the Ex-
W. II. STARK &
Would respectfully inform the ladies and gen
tlemen of Omaha and vicinity, that they have
on hand and arc manufacturing a complete
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Of the host quality, and warranted compri
sing the following, viz :
Ladies' Fine Lace and Congress Gaiters.
' " Kid llootees and Congress Gaiter.
" " Slippers and Parodi Ties.
" He.y Morocco and Calf Bootees.
Misses ' " "
fluids' " " "
Gents' S.-weil Kip and Calf Roots.
" Pegged " "
" Fine French or P.unp Boots.
" Water Proof and Q lilted-Hott.iin Hoots.
Patent. Calf Hoots.
" Oxford Ties and G.iiiers.
' Kip and Calf Shoes. .
Hoys' and Youths' Kip Itoo'.s and Brogans.
All of which are made of the best material
the market all'irds. Oar facilities for select
ins are unsurpassed in Eastern cities, and we
wish it distinctly understood that we
Warrant Eycry Article We Sell.
We have the best of workmen in our em
ploy. I.very stylo oi no:: or nnoe made to
irder, and warranted an easy and rastiionatile
no 13-tf W. 11. STARK &. CO.
were not a party to the tragic part of this
singular transaction, and that they were
prompt in arresting the actors."
Avrmcx's CIivt to F,nc.i.am. C.
(irinnel, a son of Henry (Jrinnell, Ksq.,
of New York, was nt (.'owes at the time
the A i lie discovery shin Resolute was for
mally presented to the Queen. He writes
lo his father that
"Throughout the whole ceremony, Capt.
Ilartstein's bearing was most, dignified
is not always for another. One may do
well in the law, and fail elsnvhere. An
other may succeed nobly on the farm nnd
make poor headway in other pursuits.
Another may be very useful in the min
istry, nnd be of little service in any other
calling. Another may make his name
great and his life a blessing in a machine
shop, who would make a poor figure any
where else. So it is; men diller as well
as professions. The first question is, what
am I best adapted to f hat is my son
and courtly, and 1 am confident that the ' made for? It is vain to put a natural b.iru
(lovenuneiit could not havo selected any ' farmer into thu pulpit or the bar. It is a
one who would have performed these plea- suicide to put a fine mercantile ability into
sing duties more appropriately, or with a blacksmith shop, or a genuine black
greater credit to the country. You may ; smith at a jeweler's bench. Almost every
rest assured ihnt the arrival of this vessel, ' hoy has a peculiar adaptness to some cal
ond ihe singularly gracious visit of the j ling. Much as we honor the profession
Queen, w ill be productive of the most (f agriculture, we know many men make
beneficial results. a SOitv ioh of it. because ihev were made
. . . .
"Such a compliment has never been
paid to any country, and I nui convinced
for something else. There is bad farming
as well os bad preaching and bad plead-
and let it be as friends, and not rivals.
Aw full II
The 'Nebraskian' rails us "lickspittle,
Ii it not awful? Oh. don't! Mr. 'Ne-
braskian.' Don't hurt our "pheelinW
so. We can't stand it. We could bear
the "lick," but when you add the "spit.
tie, it is too much. The "Ink part is
right enough, for we did help to lick you
cmpt a man's farm under color of Law,
shall be no excuse for the offender, but
he wiil be treated by us as any other com
The resolutions were unanimously adop
ted. On motion the following resolutions
was udepted :
Jitsolitd, That the Captain of Ae Regu
lators of each Claim Association lie author
ized to select a Vigilance Committee,
tool ! We riAr think not.
and the small contemptible clique to
which you belong ; but the "spittle" part w hse duty it shall 1 to execute the laws
don't belong to us. Lickspittle, if we un- oi the t lann Associations.
derstand lexicographers right, means an A Committee of five was appointed lo
abiect flutterer. Did we ever duller you, devise the nest meusures for ihe protection
Mr. NVbraskian.' or the few brokeu- - mnnnnis. Messrs iiouuwin, .uoore.
down demagogues of whom you are the Johnson, Salisbury and Thayer were ap
pointed such Committee.
A votef thanks to the other Associa
tions whose delegates were present, pass
ed by Acclamation nnd it was also
lltsolvel, That the proceedings of this
meeting le printed and rested in public
places, and be published in ihe newspa
pers of the Territory, when the meeting
A, J. HANSCOM, It.
A G. Ci.tanE, Sec.
Onlv week before last, that inisefllble
tool of a faction, the "Nebraskian," con
tained a long article, in which grave
charges were intinvateJ against the char
acter of Cor. Izard. In last week's is
sue, that paper endorses the Governor,
and takes sides against the people and
their representatives. Truly, the versa
tility of the "Nebraskian" is wonderful.
What next, we wonder !
The weather for the last few
days has bn mikl and pleasant.
that it will give as much pleasure and sat-, iVr. So there is bad mechanism and mer
isfaction to the people of England as it will i ihandiing. And much of all bad work
to Americans. I lure is the utmost en- in all professions is done by men who arc
tiiusiasm every wnere, anu one nears on ,)Ut t, their places. Many a minister
all sides nothing but expressions of hearty ' ought to be a farmer ; many a lawyer
go,xl will and friendship towards Amer-. t,ujVht to l,e a mechanic; many a farmer
ica." ! ought to be in some other profession. It
It is suggested in an English paper that is a ieat thing to get in the right place,
tno name ot ino .'rctic vessel nesoiuie, : ami the lirst (lung to bo aimed nt.
should, in acknowledgement of her res- Ullt still the question is unanswered,
toration to i.ngianu ry ine Lnueu states, what is the best profession ( or what pro
be changed to Anglo-American. i fession is best for the greatest number ?
... ,, T , i There is undoubtedly some one calling
Sin John raiMii.iv. The Loudon i ., ., ' , ,
. . u . better than any other ; some one which on
nut u ,ri i ii i- u.i.i in s.i , s .v. .. I. I - .1 - . i r it
, , . ... 3 , , . the whole answers the great ends of life
"There is now lrtleir no doubt as to , ., ,, . , ...
f. , ..II Utlirt lilUU UIIV , 1 C l, UIHIUIIUl'
iiilontiiwi .,1 llm rriivoriniioiit til i1o. I . J . . J
patch final expeditions in search of further
traces of Sir John Franklin. They will
ingly, that one is the farmer's.
It is best, in the first place, because it
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I,, - , ' 0ii. IIIV tl I , (I II S ,lllll. I . I'l.'l Ulllll'1,1
i,l.lr .-i.iiit nf Ihriii, i'ir!ii i.n., . ' '
, , , . ,, ,' . , , lo the general tastes and abilities of man-
overland, another via. Jielirings Straus, .. , ,, . ,. ,
. , i, .. , kind; is host liecause it combines meclian-
and a third by Davi s Straits. Ihe ls.li-: , . ... .,
... . ' ... ,, I., . ; nal and mercantile operations with its
ring s Straits exiiedition will probably lj I , , . , . ,. , ,
, , , ii- own; is best 1 ecauso it supplies the lead-
coinmanded either by Captain t ollinson . . , f e ,. , " , . . ,
r, ,,. , . ' i ing wants of families and society ; is besi
I should he volunteer his services! or Cap-: . a . , - . 3 , . ,
f. ,, ,,, ... J , ' because it is surest ond safest; is best be-
tain KiX'hfort Maguire, an oliicer of great . . . , . '
. i b.r, eause it r most essential and must always
energy and much active experience. Tlie , r . r 1 . r
i, i, i .- 'n . be the chief pursuit of man; is lest be-
liuthu e liuv expedition will, it is sup- . , ', ,. . . . . .
, , 3,r i . . , f J . cause it is healthiest, and aflords the best
iiol vui l l u tv vu i i i mi v mien n,
Most men are more displeased with
hint who rejirehends their faults, than
with him who has Is eu the occasion (f
.i.., .:..i ...,i i t i . i..i . .
i . . .ii i iiiiJii hi di.iiuii ioi oiu uuiiyiy mivn s is
but we have as yet heard no one mentioned . , , , ,
, ., . f ' , I'riuuav IV 13 liic lliusi lllliri'l Illlt'lll
to command the overland party. ' . f ,, . .,
' 3 nnd confers the most peace; is best be-
f-iT In roinpanv, we should conform cause it confers the mo.-.t solid blessings
to the tone of the general conversation; upon a country, is, inn word the grand
serious questions require gravity ; Tighter source of national weabh, virtue and pros,
subjects admit of humor and mirth. We perity ; is best because it is most favora
should particularly avoid ihe giving oecu- ble to liberty, virtue und gixid will among
sion, by our language or maimers, for men.
others to bo impressed with an ill opinion ! We do not contend that in the present
of our characters. This will surely lie the state of society agriculture is the best pro
case, if we undertake lo traduce those who fessinn for everybody, but best for the
are absent ; to paint them in ridiculous greatest numbers ; is best fur the inost
colours ; to judge them with severity ; and purposes; nnd for the nuM substantial
lo make them appear infamous. ' reason?.
HUFFMAN'S STAGE LINE.
i:r.u.r.vur., sr. marys
A X 1) G L I ". X YV O O D
nCT I'M AX'S LIXK will leave Glenvvoo.l,
via. St. Marys for llellevue, on Mon
day's. Wednesday's and Saturday's, St 10
o'clock, A. M., and will leave the Ilen'on
House, Hellevue, via. Ht. Marys for (ileiovood,
on the same days at 1 o'clock, I'. M.
This Line connects a'. SI. Marys, w ilh the
Council lllutls and St. Joseph S litre, niul ;it
Glciiwood with the various line from the .Mis
sissippi to the Missouri Rivers. .
Travelers on this Line will tenl every com
veuienee and accommodation, to make their
trips plea want and specdv, ConifortalO'r
Coaches, Careful Drivers and wcli-fed
JUST RF.Cr.lVF.D Y
NUCKOLLS & CO.,
A T.anre and Well Selected Stock (F.xpresa-
ly for THIS Makket) or
Hats & Caps,
lloo'.s 5i Shoes,
Window Shutters, SiC, SiC
H 'aviso been bought and shipped nt low
fi T ir ' w riT'r o'irie'.ves w e are aide
to oil'i-r nidi i idiicemenU to CASH
a i hive not heretofore been ottered.
We ask nu examination of our Goods and
prices, before purchasing elsewhere. The La
dies will find at our Store a large stock of
11 F. It AC. F,
F.M UROIDKRF.I) ROBKS,
PLAID SILKS, &c, Sic,
All of which w ill be sold verv LOW.
NUCKOLLS ii CO.
Gi.f.nwood, Mills Co., Iowa. no 4-tf.
NEW GOODS!! NEW PRICES!!!
New Everything, at the Old Stand of
SARPY &. ENGLISH.
EDWARD C. BOSBYSHELL
HAS the honor to inform the people ot tn
Southern DiMtricl of Douglas and the adjoin
ing counties, Nelirasxa, that he is now open
ing one of the largest Stocks of GOODS ever
brought to Glcnwood, Mills coiintr, Iowa,
HATS Si CAPS,
WOOD AND WILLOW WAItl.,
YANKEE. NOTIONS, fcc.,
And everything that ma v be found general J
in city stores, u 11 of which he will sell
CHKAP FOU CASH.
fV ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRO
DUCE taken in rvrlimiee for Goods. Buf-
Westem trade, which neither time nor snare era frnm l.iun m rnnnlr, u'iuliinir mod asl
w ill allow to enumerate. cheap Goods, either st wholesale or retail,
L'V All of the above articles sold on the will nave money by railing and examining his
most reasonable terms. Repairing done to stooK before purchasing elsewhere, as th'
order at short no' ice. no ti-tf. jvill find good bargains and fair dealing.
Omwiv City, N. T, I (ii r,woon, Iowa, no 4-tf
Eastern Boots & Shoes
SF.LUNfJ AT COST
AT T II E O M AHA CITY
Boot and Shoe Store,
To make room for in v own manufacture.
Also, a giiod assortment of Ladies' mid Glints'
Rubber, Overs and Sindals ot A. No. 1 quali
ty, at a very small advance, together with a
complete assortment of work of my own man
ufacture, including Ladies' and Gents' liuir.Uo
Also, a well selected S'ock of
Leather and Findings.
P. S. Every slylft of Root or Shoe made to
order, as usual, and warranted easy, fashion
able and durable,
no 13-tf. ' W. HEXRY STAUa.
NEW GOOCS! NEW STORE!!
fllHE undersigned have opened, at their new.
L Btore on Douglas street, opposite the
banks, a new nnd xplcudid assortment of
ROOTS and SHOES,
ROOKS, STAT ION" F. R Y, Sic.
Our stock of Dry Goods comprises all kinds of
LADIES', GENTLEMEN'S and CHILD
REN'S DRESS GOODS,
ALL KINDS OP DOMESTICS
and everything that is requisite to make up a
complete assortment of Dry Goods.
We have a large lot of Clothing that is well
and fashionably made, and out of the best
material. O.ir stock consists of all kinds of
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
ROOTS and SHOES.
Our stork of Rno s an.! Shoes is the l.irsest
everollered to the citizens or Nebraska. They
are purchased directly from the manufac
turers, nu I are of the very best quality.
Our goods are all new, ami recently pur
chased in the Eastern cities, and we intend
Relling them at astonishing low prices. All
the citizens of Omaha and vicinity are re
quested to call and examine our stock, as they
will find it lo their interest to do so.
(Jt We H'udy to please.
no. lii-tf PATRICK Si CO.
KHANK 1.. K KM P.
GUN AND JEWELRY STORE.
KEMP Si FRODSII AM,
DEALERS in Clocks, Watches, Jewelry,
Musical Instruments, Killes, Shot Guns,
Thirty hour and eiirht day clocks of the two
best in inufactories in the Union ; steamboat
and ollice spring clocks.
Single and double shot Guns, from five to
fifty dollars ; Rilles, of our own make; also.
Lantern make; Pistols of all kinds; pistol
ll.isks, shot bags, wadding and wad cutters;
common and water-proof caps; roll's caps.
a ml numerous oilier articles suitable for tlw
BOOTS &. 8II0KS,
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