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BANKING
AND
AGENCY OFFICE

E O E W E A
(MmHmt ami acting Partner of th' Utltjbrm of A«Ma,
Itec re. 6'tuvex 4
Cb~)
fllOVX CITY, IOWA.
C# OU.rfriONS ma le and rcmlttedat current ratea
of Kxchange—Money invested—Particular at
tention given to tbe paj tr. lit of Taxes and location
of Land Warrants. All ordersconnected with a Gen
eral Banking snd Agency bukiueae will receive prompt
snd accurate#'tentlon.
Requ^sti-it: notice the following The business
of non ie«»d*nt* is solicited. There is now in market
Id the Moux City Land District about HOU.'XJO acre*
of Government I.end. Most of these lands art- sit
us ted along 1|m Duhuiu« and Parlrtc" and "Iowa
Air Line" Jiailroad*. and ait* u»ri\*Jed Id beauty,
fertility sed location. The land within tlx tnilas of
the Raiiroads will be »U at £2 per acre. Land
Warrants ewy Ac/are received icp»yinfut(br$2i0
lend*.
chart** for entering land with golJ, and parehase
end sale of Real Ksfate, flv® per cant.
JoflMaUuf lou acre laud w't, flu isod office fees $4.
u
]20
.4 ft A.
b\
H. ft. 1)2 locations mad* by me art upon laad* se
lected by a reliaUe Survtyar
torn
tlflBi
paiesnaj frispss
3
Klaaam ft Taylor, N. 7. Citf.
Peoples Bank, do
Ppencer, Vila A Co., Boston*
F. O. Adams, Fsq., Chicago.
Clark. Bros. i Co., St. Louis,
W\ Barks tah' A Co., do
Redmond. Luvell A Co., Duboqtta, Teflfc
Macklot ft Corbin, Davenport, Iowa.
k.Dumont, I ndiaisapolis, !ndiad%
l.G. Lasb.
'''isht-'r,
SaWni, N.C.
Hank of ."piifia Fall*. Sene-a Falls, At
Register and Bectdver Land office. Sioux Cllv, Iowa
IMPORTANT TO NON-RESIDENTS.
HUXKS ujx.n lands Id Wnedbuvy. Ida, Plymouth,
J. Sioux, O'Brien and Cloy counties art* pnysUe at'
8ioux City, and will be due in Uitoher, 1S. I a in
prepared to attend promptly to the payment of Taxes
liftt-, also iu Snc. hnrokee. Calhoun, Mouona ur auj
other county of .\or(hwt**tern Iowa. AddriiSM
(JKo. KAN K. Moux City. li*W
Notice io Foreigners.
PKMPi»NS
d.^filnz to wid money to tbt-ir friends
In KurnpH ran pr irure 1rafts from inn, an I am
prepat-ail at all timM U draw direel on all the prin
cipal cities of
England, Ireland, Scotland, France, Ger
many, Switzerland,
w tny otbar country of Vump#. Pi»«Atra tlcktU
from Liverpool, Bremen. Hsmburj Anta erp
aud lla
•nrtoNaw York for *nl». lon«*y InherltancM and
•*ory other elaim collated In any place In Knrope.
Apply ts QKO. WKAUK. Kank«r,
Sioux City. Ic-wa.
FOR SALE.
TOWX
LOTS in any perti n of Siou* City-—terms
reasonable. Apply at tbe Uankinf and Aeency
Office of 0 KO. \V KAIlK.
2,000 ACRES
OF
choice Farming !.ati-!s ^iruat*4 near the t«
bu«jue and Pi* u'. tiailr .id. in county. Iowa.
Also 1500 Acres of pood land, advnntatreoualy
situated, in Woodbury county, lows—will t« sold
cheap by KO. W
1 AC\ ACKKS of land joining th« cc.r^rate limits
I^V/fif ?loux City, will b" so|,| in tracts to suit
furchaserd and at iowfijfur* s. Address
MKO. WKAKiC. linker,
hioux Citv. Iowa.
GEORGE WEARS,
NOTARY PUBLIC
i.ND
O N V E Y A N E
DFT!TS,A
Teape«.Contncts.
Ac. drawn—Impositions
and Kno^led^nieiiti tsiken Hl tnK !eeds,
Jtiortpares, -nds ic. C"ii!»t.int!y on hand.
^orthea.st corner of Douglas and Sixth streets, Sioux
Citr, I««wa.
I'lONEEIi
STOVE STORE
ABB
TIN SHOP.
8 K I St S I N A I
Poit onic* Bnlldlni,
^»"OrT.T re«p«ctfuIlT itihtohw to th» rlHieg* o
Sorihwp«l«rn Iow«. X«hraskn and PkoUtlWl
thfj keep always on hand a goo.1 asuortmeut of
COOKING, PARLOR AND BOX
STOVES.
Our stock of Cooking Stores consists
Charter Oak, Valley Forge, Shang
hai, Plymouth Rock, Prize Pre
mium. Arctic Premium, Gold
en Harp & Parlor Cook,
Which we wi'I shJI ch'-ap f'-r
TIN AfJD JAPANNED WAR!
A food auortmrat alway.
on
In the
A N K E K S
AVB
iseal Estate J3semg,
SIOUX CITY, IOWA.
KEFIR TO
J. 71. Caxhman, Cwhler Rank of Ti.
Lelluray
A
Co., Banker*. New York.
Temon 4 Danjen Ct.
R. M. Norton, I'rea. Racine fnunty Bank, Wla.
Carpenter A Morrifii. Fort \-*H
f,..„ A. Invrfa, lie''- L. s. l.and (fimix City,
llutihlwn & .' UalikiTf. I'hilmlelphia.
K. «. UurKbam i iiiciuuaU.
It K. «»iri
i
Co., Chkait'i.
Machlot Cnrhiii lla.enport.
Cwk. Sar^mt A jodt, Moines City,
Wbit.1 A Smiil,, Io« Moinea Cttjr.
July
'l-i,
lhSS—ly
AMlillOTYPE
GALLERY.
60 and Get Your Picture Taken.
81.ARK
Stonx .'Ity. Ort. !#.~tf.
mgy -rftsL^
'T&ea'T"""'
i
V ri If?
EXCITEMENT!!!
!_• i a
SAWYERS, TULUS ft 00.
N E W O O S
Which they are dat(mined IfMI,
l^ing
firu
believers In the motto^
Large Sales and Small Profits."
A
Stair Ma*k eoaSito «r
Bssdy-Made Clothing,
With erery thing usually to be found ia a stock of
|ENE^p MERCHANDISE !4
la fbt of tk* Hard
TIbh,"
they Im
EXCLUSIVELY FOR CASS!
Batieylni the Pay a* you g»" ffltw to be batter
tor Ibetuyor ai well u tbe Hller.
EAUM.
E A I E S
Are particularly rattaMtf toilAlai cuain* ttMi
flne stock of
LAPJKS DKES3 GOODS,
BONNIJTS,
TEIMUINGS, Ac.
1858.
TOOTLE & JACKSON,
SIGN OF THB "ELEPHANT,"
F*ot of Pearl Street and Lewee*
Will receive by the 1st of August by steamer Omaha
ft foil stock of
».
at
fcaM, WllMl l*M
most
durable manner*
Eyetrough Conductor Pipes, Tin
Rooiin^, etc.
Ifoneon ih"rt no'u e acJ r^asaanble Torms.
Don't forget—One door North of the Poet Ofltae,
Dou^lan street, 81oq* City, lew*. (*lnl
w, H. big
clow. ean, w, cHAHumu*.
BIGELOW & CHAMBERL'Itf,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Plow,
CASH
•agar,
at prices gnut*
nated down to »uit toe limes.
Castas,
Park, At.,
toaUshawNSfaetfelljriavttsttasttsatioB of
Wholesale and Retail Purchasers,
aMitrln« ttsat tM tk«y vill be aold at aask low frt
eaa for
A S
a* to tw
la tbe lntereit of erery
one to look at
oar etock
btfcre purchasing elaewbera. A good aaanrtment of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
SATS AND CAPS,
andAfttHltasof
DRY GOODS,
wlijtfksrlll be Sot^at Fast«»rn prlro*. with the s«MI-
tk'fW ii.-i/iit
an!«-xpcniiits.
it.
iin
Si,
D1.1DAR
RKSPrcrnn.l.V
a„„r.„n«-e thnt tl.ey haye ju«t
o|wne«l, in Mr. fNuii-inn's t-uililInjc on Hlxtb
atrtrtt. »J|rft 1 lase
Aiiilroty[lc.
parnl '#*t,ik.' piture«n the dilTorent style* of the
art 'Jhi ir kturk nipn«'« alar^e aud ,arled,aaai t
inent ol CUnee, ati'l the l« it quality of all Hilda of
clntas.
»H. WM. IU, SM1TI1,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Oflleaon Dotifla)ttrot, kv fcilllrtswitta Land
om».
Slout City, ?ept. CO, 18(1 UU
Window
^nlli-ry, nn4 are pre-
«-Uar w:«v for our new
sb" K l-'nll ati1 Winter now b*:
Iol puroU*i^aU
iu
tn« tasl«rn ui.trkt-l.
n
T«h»TLK & JACKSON.
ST. 1.0t IS.
Wm. F.Enders&Ckk,
M* if
Z
WHOLESALE
fibbing
No.-G^ Maiu Street, &L Louis,
i
in
Simmons Block, BoltOB.
ova ifnx
I S
Dry Goods, of all kind4
Boots and Shoes,
or

Bsrdware,
Groceries and Provision^? n
1
I
Of Every Description,
Clothing Houses
in the United States, at Boston,
•Bliables
PMcca,'
Type Foundry aud Paper Warehouse
Kos.07 and 39 Locust Street,
XmMIcw, Peers
M. P. MOORE.
clothiho ron
as to manufacture and sell
O O S
Prices that will far outstrip
COMPETITION.
m- TERMS LIBERAL.
WM. F. EXDERS,
-f
Befort pmreb&Binf elsewhere.
Fioux City. Iowa, July 22, 1*5*.
SOBER FULL OF
St
Co.,
DEALERS
in Presses, Type, News, Rook, Cap, Let
ter, Colored and Manilla PAPKRS, Cards, Card
Hoards. Ac. volliioly
r. &AY&E*, New York. P. Wn,*o*, Cincinnati, OWo.
A Y E N & W I S O N
Importers anil Manufadnrtriaf
Saddlery Hardware,
i Carriage Trimmings, Saddle Trees,
Haues, Skirting. Harness and
Bridle Leather,
Wo. 11 IVortb Main street, St. Louis,
Mo. [aug«ovlti4m6
FURNITURE.
Of every variety, wholesale & retail,
At Manufacturers
Teas.
1
Wareroom
Nos. 11 and 13 South
Third Street, (be­
tween Market and Walnut Streets,) ST.
LOUIS, MO.
JOHN EI.LF.R1 ANN, agent for the Manufacturers.
4#~Terms, Caslk, [aug^noitf
& A A S
TWIOLKSALK
Booksellers, Stationers,
Blank Booh Manufacturers,
No. 10 Main street, St. I.onla,
KK.r.l'
ron.tantly on hand, all the Spoiling Ilnoka,
Anthiiu 1i y, tir iMin irw. (it'ouraphn-s, I'hlloHn
phii'«. U.-aJing tu«ik«. M»toi-i.-», l)irti„narii'!i. Olienv
l«trie».A-. n..K in u whi. Ii l.-v ..ft.-, at the law
«»t "l-h ..r 1 n mM p.vltltf il-lmner».
Ilaili i! i,n exten.iife 111N lKKV altai-hed to their
eiltaHMiiiii'nt. tln-y..-tlv prepared t.. lnai,ufii, tare all
kind. »i I'iank to erdur, and at nli'irt notice.
AaK«MKt—oottf
CIGABS.
|~ljfar«—000,000
II
^nrnlture—«A full aud complete assortment
store and for sab*, by
TOOTUfi ft JACRgON, Sioux City.
flash, Doors, Glnss, Paints
aud Oils, a lull afiportmnnt on hand and tor
sale by TOOTM* A JACKSON, Hioux City.
A
compete ansortnieut of Fancy A Staple
Groceries for snln by
T(KrrLK ft JACKSON, Sioux City.
of different quail,
tlea, n.iiji-iy:
K1 I.eon d'Orui Fancy Iieirallaa
Kl Fancy Dperas
Kepaimlaa U M- tiaaSJ
Orleans ^antU^"
HeniyClaya Kn.lt
Seviliina. lim-liaimttj
Kagle rrliiclpea WnsliiiiKtsaif
Justo Sana, Ac., Ac.
Tor tale by T. CAMPBRLt,
aug26vlu4 eomer Peeend and Loeuet ita.
)lpea—I.VW boxea I'lpea, of dllTi-rent patterna,
from a common clay pipe lo
a line Mlrer unted
Mcemchautn, In nlore for ial« fcy T. A I'IIhi,I..
plpa Rtema—10,000 bundle*, for ml* hy
T. CAMPBELta.
arataa Tobatco«.6^ halea wrnpperg and
tlll.ra, juat received in .tore, and for Kale by
T. CAMIMiKLL.
f|^obacco«*2,00Q boxes flne cut BooSpaniati nix
ed. for aale by T. CAS:
I'BEU..
^hewing Tobacco.
(J
Carpets! Carpets!! Carpets!!!
C/Ut Yda. new ntvle. juat received and for ula by
UUU TOOTJ.f JACKSON, Sioux City,
large supply
«t
Ramn Juat retired
mU by mXLK JACKSON.
T)
aeon..-A
I) aod Ibr tab
Ihewluff Tobaooo—1500 bojei of different
f|iih!
11l.'H, vl»:
JMjii box,-a KiKhtha 200 boxea Tens
400 do i'each Leaf 300 do Hun cured
Kor aale !y T. CAMl'IIKLfc.
Sl»u(T..10O
Jara Macabuy 100 do. llap|MM, 300
hladilera Scotch, Hir aala W V. CAM l'Uh.1,1,.
Mae Cat Stnohlng Tabaero—dno hhla.
in ature, tor iai« by T. CAMl'BJtLL.
MOORE ft CLAPP,
BANKERS^
ileal 25*tate 33ro&ero,
BIOUX CITT, IOWA.
Rrf'rences:
Ph»lt». TVdje
1
Co.
No. IU .1 21 Cliff »t- !f. T,
Hom. A. Spenoer. Utira, N. V.
Win. Osburn, I're^ideut Bank of Blaghamton,
MlnpijHinton. N. V.
J. L. Lanuwirthy ft Hraa, Bankers, Dubuque, Iowa.
8. I Phelps. Pre^id««nt busquehanna Valley Bank.
I'iu^hamlon, N. Y.
C. Mi m£. President Broome County Valley Bank,
tiinirh.Hin'oit. N. V.
Hon. banirl S. Dickinson. BlHghamtou. Y.
Ceolban^h ft Hrooks, Bankers, Burlington, lows.
CulU't tm.n ft 'leiio, Bankers, Iowa City, Iowa, iwt
J, w. boslkr. C. Be HKDGE8.
"SIOUX CITY BANK,"
1ft
FULL OF 1857.
got up expressly for th« Western trade,
and in puint of
STYLE, MATERIAL,
AND
I
WORKMANSHIP,
Is Ca'nrpaiitd by any other Eitlbe
Uabuieut In tli« lulled state*.
Being oobMtfted with one of tbe largest
and most extensiva
'IIIS liauk doing business In thenameof B08LKK
HhDGKS, is now fully prepared to do a
I
General Banking Business.
And a* we shall be prepared at all tiroes tr» arcemmo
date custodiers, we tbiok the mercantile coiuuiunlty
will find it to their advantage to do business witb us.
Money rectdved on depoit and paid back on demand
without notice. Int« rect paid on Kpecial deposit.—
I Mercantile paper collected in ail parts of Iowa, Ne
bra.-ka and .MUcouri.
Ojp.ce 011 Levee, bet. Douglas if- Pearl Sts.,
SIOUX CITT, IOWA.
ta,
Jaly
SIOUX CITY HOUSE,
Curacr Pear! and 1'ijth
SIOUX CITY, IOWA.
WM.
a.
St. Lonis.
I J01IN W. BIGELOW, Boston.
August 2t, 1857—tf.
L. E. FORSYTH & CO.,
Forwarding & Cminn^km r
chantx, and Freight Agents
Baltimore "iind OMn and Illinois Centrnl H.-iUioadM
and awrent f- llall I in
ore and Ohio Ki})re»a
Fast Freight Liue, No, 5« Couinieifial sir«*«r,
ST. LotlaS. |nu^Hno4tf.
l*mrTr™r» AStl FAI.Ktld
licaOl)
iHaDc eriotijtnB,
[at wholesale only,]
So. SO Main at., (up stair*,) St. Lonla,
Me. [augWvl n4
ST. LOU
18
BECHANAX, Proprietor.
S prepared to aecotnmnUate gueata ta th*
bast atyla.
and on reaeonable ti rma. vial
E.<p></p>Attorurg
D. THOMPSON,
auO CotmstU
lor at 2UUJ,
Corn» of Jennings and 4th strwts,
KIOI ITY, IOWA.
0. C. TREADWAY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
•SIOUX CITY. IOWA.
S. T. DAVIS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
sior.v crrv, nir.i.
NORTH-WESTERN
Hardware Emporium.
M.V,
k
Z E I E A O
fjfHABDWARE)
vlcufiiflx
V I
BAR IRON AND STEEL,
Constantly od hand, and tor saleat the lowest prleas.
Call at thw
Sign of the Mill Saw.
July 31,1868. A. 0RONI
DAVIS HOUSE,
[rORMKRI.Y PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE,]
Cor. 4th A Iowa sts, Davenport, Iowa.
TlltSofmagnificent
Hotel fronts on 4th street K3 fwt,
31 which niunlng b.ick 1"0 feet, and ^1 feet
runnin hack
un
s.-me street luu te.-t. :i!l bi-ilt of
Uautitul stone, fur .-furies hiirh, with all the couve*
niem'e? of
n
tir-t chw hotel, and only one blovk from I
thf Missouri and .Mississippi Railroad Depot ou the
West.
This house, with tbe new addition, when furnUhed
will contain llo rooms, with a Dining Loom capable
of «»»Hlliig Ki'* persons. The proprietor proiulM-s t*
^P »re no puns iu making the visits of his cuests
:»^re«*able aud comfortable as ativ other house in tl
Ni»t. The house Is well ventilated, and litflih
Oiroughout vntbgas. |auc^^vln4yl
at unusually w Azures for cash.
In connection witb tbe above we hav« established a
BAKLliY,
and are prepared to furnUn kRKADof ine first qual
ity. anil will bakv for individuals and keep on hand
for sale CAKfc in alliu dillviuut varieties. Uur
CONPfiCTIONERY UfiPARTNBNT
Is under tbe superintendence of one well skilled In
that branch of trade, aud we shall happy at all
tilnes to serve mil pahniis with our cool and retresh*
lug lee CrrnniH either at the dwelling or at our
comfortable Saloon.
Fi.'KslI HI TiFfi, LAUD,
J. N. FIELD,
UIB AND COIilaHCTIBfG AOKBT,
SIOUX CITY, IOWA,
WILLauddo
locate I^and with warrants or cash, pay tax
es, a general collecting busluass lu Wsa
tern Iowa.
References.
Cimley, Farwell ft Ci»., ClUcngo,
lion. Lincidu Clark, Dubuque, Iowa.
N. W lleaii. Madison, W i*cou«tu.
Daniel Newhall. Milwaukee, Wiaaooalo.
R. U. Colt. Plttsfleld, Massachusetts.
Sherman "'i k, No, thampton,
Maaaaehusstls.
4'lnlllti, Mellen A Co New York.
J. M. ikebt ft U, Voetoa. (vUS
'-jffflgp
TBE HEAL ESTATE
EXCHANGE COMPANY,
OK
DAKOTA CITY, IV* T.
"\YTILL five strict attention
to any affsocy
bustesM
*TA
entru t#d
asthebuviiA
sellif^ and n-ntlntrwr^S entate md town propert^
tbe lrcatinirnf claims
In Western Iowa and Nebraska,
and they trust from the larpe amount of property
th^y have on band lor sale, and their general knowl
edge of the west, to be
able to render perfect aatislkc*
tion.
Tbe burin*, selling and locating of land warrants
In the Sioux City. Council bluffs, Omaha and Dakota
Land Dihti ts^rtd the
selecting and entering of lands
In the aauiedffirict*. uivin« a description of the
same,
and triMrnnteHing it to be corrnct.
Col tinj d'bta, Juesand demands: the examina
tion of fit lew to lauds and 'lalni*. paving tases, in
sting money at western rates of Interest, in western
Iowa and Nebraska.
Acting .iff nts fxr steamboats, periodicals and in
surance coinpariles.
Taking «»f money on deposit for use or safe keepinr
when for n^^ a lilierai interest allowed.
The procuring of employment, the furnishing of
hand*, and'{iviiiK information to »nv that wish to
settle in the We»t, as to the lest localities and busi
uetis to «nter into.
J. D. M. CROCKWKLL, Praritet
W n 8. IlTOBSs, Secretary.
RKI-KRKES:
James Ruchansn, President of the United States.
John C. UrecAiuridge, Vice President or the ulled
States.
lion. A. IiaU, Hon. W, R. W.
Lovell, Taylor ft Co., bankersaud agents. Dubuuue,
Iowa.
Hon. P. M. Cassidy, Hon. T. A. Walkor, Hon. D. O.
Finch, Kort Des Moines, Iowa.
C. L. D. Crockwell, editor of the Eureka, Anamosa,
Iowa.
X. B. Letters to receive prompt attention must be
directtd to the President. Dakota City, N T. oftW
at the Caewawa House, eomer of Bri dw*y and £tb
streets. (ept2no6]y
R. W. WRIGHT. T. El,WOOD CLARK,
WRIGHT & CLARK,
Sprpeant'8 Bluff, Iowa Dakota, N. T.
AY
trusted to their care In the Dakota Und Dis
trict and Territory of Nebraska the biratjonof bind*
Iu the Sioux River, Council H'ulTs. Fort Dodge and
Osage Districts. Iowa buy aud sell Land Warrants
ent^r Land with cwdi or wn rants on t'ine make in
vestments at western rates of Interest examine Ti
tles pay Taxes, aud attend to all other business con
net ted with a General Land and Heal Kstatc Agency.
Ali letters lo rec. ive prompt attention must be ad
dressed to R, W. Wright, i ndrpeijileuce, Buchanan
•unty. loija. or T. I.Iwoh1 Clark, Sttgeaut's lilutf,
Woodbury county, Iowa
UKKKREVCBS:
A'. W. Carpenter, Burlington, Iowa*
Hon. L. t'lark, Dubuque,
44
McClure A Co.,
11. P. lU
szcll, Independence,
3ii. S. J, WTab »r.
Mullin, Council IUuITs,
•v. l. W Smith. Charlton,
hn M. Clark, Oxford, Pa.
II. R. Coleman. Yatesco., N. Y.
C. Cleavelalld, Bd.
11
CknmcU.
It kley ft brus.. Chicago,
111.
»n. B. B. Chapman, Omaha, N. T.
A. D. Jones,
John Dnnlevy, Lebanon, Ohio.
Daniel Herridcr, Cincinnati,
We have for sale n numlter of well selected LOTS,
wkich ill be deposed of .|i re:^nalle term*. Five
thousand acres of Prairie & Timber Land.
Also, 5n Town Lota in S j-. ant lllutls, lows.
X. T.
Dakota. N. T.
•4 8i« ux City. Iowa.
Oniadi, N.T.
41
CE0K0E A. HINSDALE,
General Land Agent,
Dakota Clt, 2V. T.
I \\^"'L buy and sell !ands and Lots on rommis
I v? sioii, nud locate I^anl Warrants iu the ii»ux
River District, lowland in th.- several L:ind Districts
ot Nebraska. Will also buv aud s-H |u1|„| Warrants,
aud loan money at Western Rates of Interest, ftc.
bi/ permission, to
Jobns- n A Bennett, \b Broadwav, N. Y.
Jobn Th- mpson. W tli street,
fcO. A. II1 V-!)A!,K offers for *ale th* fallowing
ileM-rih...! fracta of Land situated in V\o..dbury
county, Iowa
8. W.
Qt.
Sec. S, T. 8fl, R. 48, prairie bottom.
N.W. tjr. 15,
N. K. Qr. 8,
W. half N. W. Qr. Sec. 9. T. S6, R. 4«, prairie bnt'm.
f. W. Qr. of N. W. tjr. and N. W.
Uk) do
S. H. CASADt. B. D. CARI
CASADY & CLARK.
E A E S A E
EXCHANGE DEALERS
l/f«r, foot of Pearl Street,
v„!i,,oi» Biorx crrv.
PUAUI. STREET,
II
Thjir f*t1 u'l: of t'oi-clKn mill Dflmralli' Sta
lliinny, IHnnk lluokk, Frlulliif and
WrltliiK I.-im "-n Mitti the
gri-ate»! .'hi-', and ia in.i.il to -aiy in tin- W.'M.
A VINO purchased the entire stock, snd secured
the (Kpulat stand of 0. Ferris, are now readv to
offer a gvueral aud well selected assortment of
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Qr. of S. W. Qr. of
fcv. 6. T. NX J„ 4: and l...t» No«. 6 and T, T.
a*, li.
47, containing 161 arrea—upland prairie.
N W iJr ,.f N K ol ec. 10. 87, R.48.about
one half timier land.
Ten acres heavy timber in Sec. 16, T. 86, R. 46, near
Lakeport
Also, S. W. t^r. of N. W. (Jr. of Sec. *Jf. and F. halt
of N. K. Qr. Sec. —T. #•, !!. in Calhoun county.
Twenty town Lots in Sergeant's Bluff, aud Jfortj
Dakota City, N. T. fmllnoltf
VALUABLE
Town & other Property
FOR SALE.
^pilR Kei
1
City, N
Real Estate l-.xcha
the (J.a'esbiir addition to same.
Dakota Cit\ Dakota county. N. T.
lot-, do do Sn»tt s aod n to same, do do
30 do do Ponen Citv and addition, do do
10 do do tbe hart add'u Logan, do do
10 do do De Soto, Washington co., do do
6 do do Omaha City, do
6 do do Tocauia, do
2 do do WKniville, do
2 do do Omadi. do
30 Shares fn Dakota Cit v.
240 acres of valuable Jaud. a claim In Dakota county,
N*. T.. and l.ooo acres of well selected land in the vi
cinity of Serjeant "a Bluff, Iowa, title made by the
Preside!!* and have nlxo on hand, and are eon«t.anfly
receiving l»u ami l«ands t«- s.-ll for others, which
they assure the public they can sell on terms to suit.
Office at the Cliiwawa House. Dakota Citv. N. T.
J. M. CHiK^KW KLL, Prialdent
Dakota Clfv, lb, 1^A7 7v
1.
iowa.
JOSKPR Mol I vau. WILMAM (J. HAWPOSi).
E0LLMAN ft CRAWFORD,
Altsrneys'st-Lau ni»«t General Land
Agenls,
DAKOTA CITY, N. T.
^T^ILL give strict attention to all business entrust
V e*i to them in the Court* nf the Territorv. and
in the oounties of llarrlnm. W ts.dhni and Monona.
Iowa location of Government Landa in the Slou*
City and C..uncil Bluff Lai.d Districts. |..wa buy at.d
sell l^atid Warrants, pay faxes, make investments at
wtateru rates of iutereat. investigate titles,and Httend
to all other business pel tainixg to a Land brokerage.
RKFKR TO
Ktn. A. Hall. Keosauqua, Iowa.
W Jt. Cobb, Peltonte, Alabama.
.1 K Kinney. Nebraska City, N.T.
41
K. S. Shorter. Aiabama.
J. C. Hall, Burlin^i, n, Iowa.
u
T. A. Walker, Dos Moines, Iowa.
Finch A Crocker,
IIml ire lieaton, *4
Casaady A Chirk, Ploux City, vlnltf
I V O E
SERGEANT'S BLUFF, 10WA.
W« P» HOLNAN, Prsprlstar*
THI?
and the productions of
tbe countiy we daily receive, aud aa we meau to sell
at liviug prices we ask tor patronage.
8toui City, Iowa, July 1*68.
WESTERN
Iowa Land Agency.
new and commodious House has lately Iseen
fitted up iu a superior manner, and is now open
tor th« reception ot guesta. Nothing will omitted
by the Propiietor that will lend to the eomf.o and
convenience of bis guests. jvolluoltf
THOMAS ROBESON,
Justice of the Peace, Scrivener, and
General Agent,
Office corner of North Market and Seventh strasts,
Sergeillit'g lilufl', Woodbury CO., low*.
numlmr of UUnk Deed
HAVING
just received
and Bonds, I am prepared to fill them out to an}
person who wants ihetn, aud will prompUy atteud U
all buaiuvas eutrusted to my care.
FOR SALE.
OA A"'1" neatvTlMUJCHKI) LAND
aitjotvitiif Gov-
£\1
in^lon. N.T.
A
splendid bariiain will l« gl,.
eu. Apply to UUU. A lll\,-i|IAI.IS,
Mob.r,l»-tf.
0
Dakota City, M.
T.
o
A V E S
PILLS.
in
Or»t»b, Hon. K. M. Short­
er, Hon. Henry and A. C. Dodge. Hon.
\\. li.
Chap-
man, merob^ra and ex members of Congress How
ell ft Stribblln/, Georgetown, D. C.
Baldwin, Dod^e ft Co., 1*. ,1. McMaban, E, F. Low and
'1 Don. H. Benton, Jr., Bankers and Dealers, Council
JUufTs, kw».
CJoi. t'arker aud Majr-r GilJmore. Register and Receiv
er of the and Office at oraaha. Gov. M. W. Iiard,
ion. S. K.Rogers. Augustua Kountze, Omaha,
lion, i. u. iiMs and M. Riden. N»*l rahka citv.
M. MiJbly, K. 11. Booth, L. l^n^wuitli «k Brothers,
been avnllahle to mankind. When their virtues are
once known the public will no longer d- ubt what re
medy to employ when in need of a
cathartic medicine.
1 he following remedies are offered t" the public as
tha est. ir.oM perfect, which medical sriencecati af
ford. A\f.u\ vtHAKTic Pili., have been prej..Hred
with tho utmost skill which the medical profession
of this age possesses, and theirflfects show tbev Jiave
Jirlues which surpass any comMt^'ion uf medi.ines
bitherio known. Other preparations d«» uiore or lesf
g««^d hut this cures suii da:igenus co:upiaints. so
quick aud so surely, as to prove an efficacy and
Ilaveyou less serious «VTnptomsof these distempers
tbev are the easier cured. Jaundice. Costiver.ess
Headache. Sldearhe. Heartburn, Koul Ptcnach. Nan
sea. Pain In the Bowels. Flatulency. Loss r.f App. tite.
Kind's Kvll, NeUr»Uria.G. ut and kindretl ^»nipl.iint
all arise from thederaruementswhi. these Pills rap
Idly cure. Take tb.-m i-rNMierinu'ly. and under ihe
counsel of a L'oot Physician if you i-an: if not. take
them judiciously by su'di advice as we irive vou. and
iing. »niferous d(senses they cure, which
a**i- rf f»o Aftt
•Id—they must burrow in tb
out like th -devils
brute*, and in the i
Heini- -uu' ir wrap »ed they are plea«ant totake,a
beine pun ly vegetable, no harm can arise from thei
u«»* in any quantity
A'ur uiiuute di
n.e Companv of Dakota
he pulihc that tbev have
cash, or ou time—
BhitT. Iowa,
PRri'Mltp BT
DR. JAMKS r. AVER,
Practical and Analytical Chemitt,
LOWKLL, MA88.
Priat
S Ml
per Box. Kve Bom for
325
For all Purpit* 0/
A I Y Y S I
There has long existed a public demand for an ef
fertire Purgative Pill which could be relied on as
ear
and perfectly safe in lt« operation. This has been
prepared to meet that demand, and an extensive trial
^f its virtue# has conclusively shown with what suo
e*sit accomplishes the purpose designed, it in easy
to make a phyairal but not so t-jwiy to maka the
lest el all ne which should have none of the
objections, but sll the advantagesof every other. This
haa been attempted linre, and with what success we
would respectfully submit to the public derision. It
has been unfortunate for the patient hitherto thai
almost every purgative medicine Ik acrimonious and
irritatiug lo tbe bowels. Thin is not. Many of them
pr«»dui'e so much griping pain and revulxiou iipthe
system a* to more than counterbalance the godfto lie
derived from tb^ni. These /Ji7/iprolu(-erioirritatlon
or pain, unless It arises from a previously existing
ob
struction or derangement In the bowels. Being pur
ly vegetable, no harm can arise from their use in any
quantity but it
better that any modicine should
be taken judiciously. Minute directions for tb-ir use
n the several diseases to which they are applicable
are given on the box. Among the complaints which
have been spef*dllv cured by them we may meutiou
Liver Complaint, iu Ita
digestion, Ijanguo
ario
ware relief in Coativeneas. l'lles. Coll.-. Hvaentery.Hu fcy
mora, frcrofula and S.urvy, ColJs, with eorenes.s of
the body, 1,'icera i.i]d impurity of the bl.K)d in sh'irt,
tv the blood, and, by their stimulant action on the
circulatory syntetn, reuovate the
stieugthof tbe Ik«1v.
aud iest«jre the wasted or diseased energies of the
whole orirani«m. Hence an occasional do^e is advan
tageous even though no serious derangement exi*ts
but i jinecessary doling should never be carried too
far. awevery purgative medicine reduces the strength,
wheTi taken to excess. The thousand c.i^t s in which
a physic in required cunnot l»e enunier.sted here, but
they MJL"/et themselves to tbe re«soo of every Udv
U s o E i
u
hngro«Mng Pens,
Leviatlian and Rox,
Gothic Silver Case
and Pen,
Kngrr
N MtU
Gald.lVmtb Picks.
44
Tooth and Kar Picks,
Pencil and Watch Keys,
Ladies Gold Pencils,
44
ar to uproot Ili.eafe h. vnn.l any thi.n whh-h 10. n .1. il. Sturdy A Co.,
a*ve known la-tore. Hv i-emovinit the ohstu-'ti-nsof V„
Give them to sorne patient who has been prostrated
With i I uiscoinplaint. s**ehi betit-up. tottoring fi-rm
tlrsigbter with strength snaln set his Ion-.lost a
petite ret urn see his clamntv feat ur*
s blo -oin imo
Into health Give them to m'uih sufVivr whose t«ul
blord has hu'Stout in scrofula till his skin is covered
with sor»-s. who stands, or sits, or lie* in anguish.—
He h»s b,.,
n
Morris. Iowa.
Siiii'bUiid. lows,
Council Itluffs, Iowa.
wa—vollnolv*
44
J. 11- I'nubaui ft Co., Chicago. Illinois.
Wm. Bross, ts.].,
Charles T. Plerson, Kjuj., Carl»ondaIs, Pa.
Ool. D. R. Hurray, Cloverport, Ky. [No.l,
LAUD FOE SALE.
drenched inside aud out with ev. ry po­
tion which ingenuity could suggest, tiive him these
I'lLLS, and mark tbe effect see the scabs
tall from his
body s*»e the new, fair skin that has grown under
them: see the late leper that is clean. Give them to
him whose angry hunv-rs have planted rheumatism
In his ji int.- uoi In.nes move him, aud he echesre^r
With p-tin: he too has «f*\ed t!ir«»Ui.h ,-verv muscle ol
his body with llniuieiit-s and sitves gire'hini these
PiLUs to purify his blood: they may not cure hirn, for
slasi there are cases which no mortal pow» --^n rea-'ft
but mark, be walks with crutches now. and n--w be
walks alone they havecured him. tiive them to the
lean, s ur. hacgard dysp«pti--, whose ^rifiwing stom- please
ach has long aj
every uiucle from his lody.
and wi?h it hi- h.alth e-e
that was radiant with
and too early withering
ile from bis tace and
*e his appetite it turn,
e the new man. See her
It li and loveliness blasted
ant of exe-• ise. or
mental anguish.
tgai
crction, till th
ated, her iie.ilth i
ulate the vital principt
out the obstructions, an
the bio,*!. Now look i
lurMn
of iligessio
their office
Her col 1« vjti-
liiie berth- e I list stini
into renewed vicor. to cast
lotus.- a uew vitality iuto
niu—-the roses blossom on
che»»!-., and
,1,00.
CHERRY PECTORAL,
For the rapid Cure of
CougVm, Cnlil*., Ilonramees, Ilronrhl
tla, \V lio»piiii oucli. roup,
Asllima and CoiuutiipHoii,
Through a fri.il of many ai and through every
nation ot civil i/.ed im i: A v1.i *'f ri v PiXToKAL has
been tound atlord uioiv rt ncf and cure ui-r- ca
ses of pulmonary disease tbau any other remedv
known to mankind. Ca*es ot apparentlv settled Con
sumption have been cured hv it, and thousands o\
sulferers who were deemed Wyond the reach ot hu
man aid lu»e Urn restored theit friends and use
fulness, to sound health and the eiijoweeuts of life,
by this all-powerful antldole to disease.-, of the lung*
aud throat. Hereacohlhad settled on the lun .'s
The dry. hacking cough, the glassy eye, and the pale,
thin features ot him who w.as lately iustv and strong
whis|M*r to all but him CONSI Mi'Tioy. ||.» fries ev-r\
thin^ but the disease is gnawimr at his vital*, and
shows its fatal symytctus moreandm r«
frame, lie is taking the
CUtrru
stopped his coujth and uiade his breathin
sleep is sound at niuht: his appetite returns, and
with it his strength. The dart which pi* reed his
side is broken, scarcely any ne1gh!»rhood can l*e
touud ahich has not some living trophv like this to
shadow forth the virtues which have'won for the
Chvkkt Pkctoral an imperishable renown. But its
usefulness does not end here. Nay.lt ae.-ompii-hes
more by prevention than cure. The countie.-* colds
and coughs which it cures eve tbeared which would
have ripened Intoa dreadful harvest of in. urable oi»e
sases. Infl lieu
l.i, Cn»up, Bronchitis. Iloarsei. vs,
leuiisv, W btmping 4'ough.and all irritations of the
ihroataud lungs are easily cured bv the Cherrt
Pectoral it'taken in season. Fverv familv should
bsve it by them, and they will find it an invaluable
protection from the insidious prowler which carries
ofl the patent sheep from manv a bono*.
i his n'••"d has won lor itself such notoriety for
Its cures of every variety of Pulmonai v dsease.'that
it is entirely unneces^ar to recount the evidences of
its virtues in any community where it has b,-ea em
pioved. So wide is the feld of its usefulnesa, and .*•
numerous the cases ot it cures, th .t alim-t every sec
tion of the country abounds in persons put Inly
known, wb.' have been restored tr,»m alatminz and
even desperate diseases thelunjfs hv it* use. W hen
once tiied its superioi ity over every other medicine
of its kind is too apparent to escape oliservation. and
where its virtuesare known, the public u longer
heitate what anthl. te to employ for the .listre*sing
snd dangerous affections of the pulmonary organs
which sre incident to our climate Aud not only in
formidable attacks upon the lungs, but for the
er varieties id'
hU$, dr..*\\mild­
Ifcfomf WAflAifnt
l'
1
Til
Also will act In a
GENERAL AGENCY BUSINESS,
Knter Land with '-ash, pay Taxes, examine Titles ti
Kei.l Ksl.ite, buy mid sell ileal Estate
collect Notes and Bills and r« ait the uioiiey to any
|art of the tutted Slates, receive Money on deposit,
efleit Loans uu good secuiity, snd bi^jr,
sell ur locate
Laud Warrants, Ac., Ac. tvoUnoly
MUTED by T. ?. Arthur and Miw'inia F. Towns
bend. Kor choice and elegant literature, high
moral tone, peculiar adaptation to the home ii les of
our land, freshness, originality, and cheapness, this
Ma^a^lnn is acknowledged, on all hands, to with-
1
It \*i etpial to the U-auty ol its tvpog
I Its einltelllshmeiita to the
est of our magazines, while
it claims to lead all ot them in manv essential fea
tures. Kor correctness and exquisite Ve.mtv, its col
oretl Steul ftshlon plates Were uurivalled lu 1^4)7
They will maintain this superiority iu IMS. Volume
\1 begins in .lanfkty.
TEBMH—$2 a vear In advance. Four copfee for
$5, twelve Mplee for $16, and oue extra U» getter ui
of club.
Specimens sent free lo all who wish to sub
scribe or to nake up clubs. Addresa
T. S. AKTIirt A Co.,
lot Walnut street, Philadelphia, Pa
w
Broadway Gold Fen ttannf actnrinc
Company,
1Vo.
Broadway, New York.
I E S
$1
2 ue
s 00
4 W)
6 00
3 00
00
(MM Tens,
Oold Pen and Silver Bolder,
Oold Pen aud double ex-Silver Holders,
Mommoth do do
Leviathan do do
Fountain Pen, Desk noldor,
Mammoth
I 00
ft 00
5 no
4 00
ft 00
I uo
a 00
5 00
8 00
4 00
ft 00
00
with Pen,
Gent's Gold Cases and Pens,
Gothic
Screw Pencil,
ly uo
12 00
8 00
And all other kinds and styles at the retail prices.
Premiums Presented to Purchasers
To every porson buying a gold pen of us we present
a numbered certificatn. snd «acb of these -ertiticate
e n i e s e o e n i v e n e 2 1
cents, to an article
of .»i
This je
i forms of Jaundice, In* great variety. Silver fdets Silver Fruit Baskets,
Braceietsjieots
Brenstpinh,
none
digestion, languor and 1»hs of Appetite. Llstlessnew, t»old Guard Chains for btdifM k, t« firic-Wsii
Irritability, Hlllou, Headache, Ullloua Fever. K-ver Hold F..1, an.i VV.t Ch,!^ Tt.TmM," lt'eaalr
and Ague. I'ain In the Side and I,oln«, for in truth, I Hran Mn, Kar Dropa, Studa. itinirs 4c
a e s e a e u e o n e n u e n e o i i e a e e a i o n o w i .- i I o I -a s 1 1 n $ 1
of the liver. Aa an aperient, they afford prompt and .«,
jxiiri
,Croasesd i i
i
the yurly i, rntiU.a t„ ,! numb-ml i rrii fi^tf
the j, tynonl cfnl., ,xtrm mrh r.rtiluJt'.. hr.
i' rti!l' tm rt ef t'io
tw
«uy and every caae where a purgative ia required. three y.-nraand tlinof.md« have bought of us and w»
lln-y have alao produced some singularly aucceaa have never learned that any mm n ever .lis^iti.fied
ful cttrea in ItheumatiMii, (lout. Dnpaey, liravel. Kr- i This plan alf-nis ev.-rv "|ii.Mrtnnilv ot.tainini' a'
ykipeiap, Palpitation of the Heart. I'ains in the Hack, ^old wat. ..r some artl.-le of jewelry, tor a tritii.e
Mouiarh ami Side. They ahould be lieeiy taken in mini. All our pens, pencil ,'*r» irenuine ar
the *pnnt ol the year, to purify th. bL»od and pre- I tlclea inauulactured hv ounvelves with .treat care and
pare the y*t,-in tor the chance of Kea»on». Anwin we otr.-r them pr, c-is.-iv at prices asked in allotb.
atonal doae stimulates the stomach into healthy ac- ator.a in the city. T. aR.-nts We make advantaierua
tion, and restores the appetlteand vigor. They puri- i offers, any energeti pers-^n cau do woll b\ working
place Intl...
V'tial-rer the ntrtrtbrr rf the tkr-
h/iat* dr.iignatrt.
11, have teen in operation *.r
try, and persons who Would like "to i -joome such
please to address us, sml we will send them priritol
circular of pt i. es, terms, ftc. We have no stated pa
*~"butien. The moment, a pen is purcha
se his premiuin
ft if led to
sed, the purchaser is
011 the p-iynient of j:»
All orders by mail should he addressed
MfcKlUCK. BK.M'DN A DKAN,
'j
i
""Mdway, New York.
N. B.—Gold Pens repainted ins superior manner.
I-.nclose tbe pen and i» cuts in p. n. stamps aud tha
pen will be repntuted and returned t„
S
naid.
The LROADWAY G»J.D PKN MAMl AC'J L'RtNG
COMPANY, is wolll n.v.n throughout the c-uiitrv
but, as there are undoubted^ noinc
w
tio are not ac­
quainted «itb us. we appeud the fallow lug well-known
mimes as referenc»
Fellows A- Co., N'W Maiden Lane, N.Y.
Hicks & Mitoh"!!.
20 do do
licnl.m Bros.. ir. Hr.mdwaj and Court
laiid sts., N. Y.,
and Chestnut st. Philn.
No,
u
the int. rnal organs and stimulnti'",: fb. iu irt«. in ilty
acti»n, tliH\ renovate the tountainsof ijteand vig r— HoibM »V Awl, Xtj. 9 Mail6Ii Lane, N.Y.
Kuillt ........ »t „l. .L„ I..I l.i
health comses auew through the l«ody, and the
Dan is well i.gju.i. Ihe.r are ailapu-d lo disease, and
disease only, for when taken by one in healib they
produce but 1 ittie effect. This is the perfection of
medicine. It Is antagonistic to disease, and no more
Tender children may take th»*m with impunity, il
they are sick they will cure them, if they are well
they will do tbetn no harm.
5 Gilsey Buildinff,
»T0 MECHANICS, INVENTORS,
AND
MANUFACTURERS.
aniirui diiL- the Thirt.-entli Ar. nai Vr.'nm. of
Hie SCIKN I'IFIC AMl.lilCAN. the I'ulilish.ra
apecllullv inti-rm the |.ul :i- -hat inor.l. to lu.-r.na.
and ^:Unulate the li.ruiation of club*, tliev propose
to Off-'!'
One Tllon.niid Five Hundred Dollar,
tn t'aali Premiums
for the fljii-en i iro-i !isi» ,,f Mii,«-ril«is aent la by
the l«t of .bjnu try, said premiums to l* distrf
buted a ft 'I low s—•
For the largest list. J.loo. 2d J2.V1.5.I $Jc«i, tthtlM,
oth $100. tilh 1*P. Tth $S.|, s,h ,,
wth|i-0.
scrlpti»»n i« uniy $1.4o
I he new volume will be
a Ith new typo.
-eet inf:
sat j"v I ur«ta
nt wasted witb
'•klv
.•steU *ou without dis
hat they are eating its
loth #60.
lltll $40, latb ta, lulli ji« !, 14th t-o. i.'.th $JiJ.
Names ,.f aui.seril.ers can he sent In at liferent
times aud fiom .liir.ient Cost O iW. Th. cash will
be paid to the orders of the successful c«mGetitors.
uumediatelv tt'.» the 1st ot January, W»8.
Soutiiern. Western, and anada wot^y will be U
ken for subscript,ens. Canadian suUrribere will
mit tuvnlv-six c«,Tits wtra ou eacii years
rintion to pre
Terms of KubscrIptlon»*«Two Dollars a
i»ar. or one Hollar j. ix Moiitiis.
Club Itates»«*Hve copiea. fi.r si* months,$4
re ^-pies, t-.r twelve luoMth.v $s t-n ro,de«. 1or 0%
upUi- l'l''s* for t-uelve m«»nths. $U twsn
_copi»"i. tor tmehe iu ntb.. $".
ot twt uty a» over, the yearly sub*
printed upon fw paper
The antral character of the '*Selent!fte Anterlesa"
is well know n, und. as heietotbre, it will he chiefly
devoted to the promulgation of inf- mi llion r* latin*
to the various N'cvineil
1
f„cl
a
aod ears, and restless
th in language which
the Pills iu larce do*es
guise, and paintuliy distinct,
life away. Its pinched-up no
sleeping*, tell the dreadful tr
SVery mother knows. Give it
to sweep these tile parasite)
turn avain and see the ruddy b|o« „f chiMbcsxI.
It tv-thiug to do these thmgs? Nay.arethey not tbe
marvel of this agef And yet they are done arouad
you e.ery day.
ami i'hv„t,ul Art* Mini*
/veer's. .1-jnruiturf, Iw, t„m*t Eh^uht
trip. Mill
W.t-V. and all int»re -ts w hi. the light of
i'racitcul
is calcuialed to advance, ii ja jp.
binding *. it foMalns annuaN
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HABPFM
AUxvcato
A
BUiw. Franklin «-na-c N.T
SnlaiuiiiiDrr Snfro.
IVAN- A AT.-i\. No.
gtivet. Mill AI'MJ'IIIA.
i.'ltKAi Vllti:. I lH-.STM'T A FIFTH Sts.
Krl.iav moiniiiK'. IK-ivmler I.'.th, l»6A.—
ETANF .4 W A I S »N s.nit.'i.iri l. Sate*, triumphant
as they alw.ijM are when pul to the tent.
l-hilad .IpM.-i. 1«-. 16. 1?54.
Meawa V'atis W«:i„n. No. -.'ii South Fourth Jt
Philadelphia.- -(vntlt-iu.-u W e tak.-n.uch pleaaurvia
nvoini „-minn y.iui Salam.mder Saf. s to tnerrhanU
and other, iu want ufa eeeuri- mean* i I pr.
their b-« ks.
purchased froi
pie*ervud our
ditii ti ms w hen
fire of this iuu
of buildiiuis,
I he als*
e ^afe
pirs. Ac., fi-.
iyou abouti
fir
C!dldren it Is the pleaasnteet aud safest utvdiclne that
cau be obtained.
Prepared by Dr. J. CAYF.K,Practical and Analy
tical Chei!ii«t,Lowell, klasa.,and sold by all Druggists
everywhere.
Vox lnw Wlfc, Uaaalitcr, Slater, or
Frlrnd.
T.S. ARTHUR'S
fir. we
ths sin. s has
ml vsh in
Je-e put iato it. Wf»re the great
Hit- Ii dt"ti\yed the entire block
of Chestnut and Fifth Streets.
II Use iu our offlt e. on tile second
fnuu »hl. plae,. it f,.]l i,„
huildii
0
lied there until the lira was out
I. opened III Ihe pre.
ss*»d tha
u please
intend to put
the cellar, a
The ?"*te w.a
etice (d at least lik0
g(sd condition of its contents.
have the Safe and locks rejuired. as
it iu use auaiu, bavin* p. if,-, e,.nfi.lemw'in"' its tr*
pria.f qualities \oura te-p,- tt,i,iv.
I.AfKV .t I'll M.I.II'll.
r.van«
A
Watsnn take pleasure in f.-rrii^ to tka
following, anions the many hundred*, who ha., their
Mf.-Sin use:~l S.Mint. I'liila.. Jamiers Meelian
i.' I tank. I'liila.: s.itnnl Allen. Ks Ili^t, Sheriff of
I'liila, John N. Henderson, t'itv Comroiler: isleb
Cope .t Co., No. lv.t Market St Slichaid N..iii»* Son,
l.oeonioti«e Huildei k, I'l.il.t. l!ancr.-lt ,-eil.rs, Ma
i hini.ts. n.|l» 17th and James Sts Franklin I ir.
Insuranee Company. I'l.ils. IVunayl,ani:i KailroaJ
Co.. I'liila l4.-e.v A rhillipa. .viuer ath and Minnr
Sharpies* Bn«.. No S Street Janisa
Kent
A
Santee, No. UT North Third Stiivt.
A tar^e assortment ol Ihe a!ov,. ."jIVh always aa
hand ^warranted stand at I..as! lo j... rent, mora
tire than any H.-rrin^'s Sate now in use.' Kvans 4
Watson also inanntai'ture and keep for aala. Iron
Shntti.rs, Iron lo. is an 1 lion Sash, for making Ur*
proot taiiiis, tor Itanks, stores, private and publla
Copyini l'resses Patent
l.uiUllncs: Seal and
NaU- l.ined Uefricerators.
A
I'lt-ase uive us a call at N
I'hlla 1,-lphla
o. 'i6 5outh r.TKTU
Vn! i No.l -I,.
Washington House,
HENRY MILLER,
Cbrner of Fifth o,.i /y*-,,// Sired.
U U U K O W A
fcr*a
•V-I.lnes of ftaj*, lsav. tUa h.u*. i|M!
voiTiuolj^
,arl» at lava.

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