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T11K WHOLE ART OF KISSING.
People will ki'8 and yet not one in
a
1
COFFEE,
PICES, i'Ei'PER,
S TA U VII, SA A Eli A TI
a
hundred knows bow to extract bliss from
love'y lips, no more than know hnw to
make diiuonds from charcoal. And yet
it is easy, at least tor me. This little item
it r.ot alone f« young beginners, but tbe
many who fo at it like bunting coons or
•bi lling onrn. ir»t know wito you are
to ki-9 Don't niuke n mistake, iilthoUiify
mistake m»y be g«od. Don't jump up
like trcnt ir a fly, and sin tck ti wmnuii
on the i.t ck, or the etir, or the rtier of
tbe forehead, on the end of th« noae, or
elop over on her wi»t full or bonnet-rib
bon in hastfe to get through.
The £fMiti'iiMin should be a little tbe
tall est. He hliuuM have a clean fuoe, a
kind eye, ar u uioulh full of expr« ion
instead of tobacco. Don't ki$g everybo
dy, including little dogs, male or fr-tn tle.
Don't jit down to it, stand up. Need not
be anxious to get in a crowd. Two per
sons are plenty to corner and catch a kins.
More ptrsins spoil the sport.
Stand Jinn.
It won't hurt any after y are used to it.
Take left hand of the lady in your right
hand, let your hat, go to—any place out of
tbe way. Throw your left hand over the
shoulder of the lady, find let the hand fill
dow n upon the right side toward the belt.
Don't be in a hurry. Her brad will fall
lightly upon your shoulder and a hand
some houlder-strap it makes. Pjn'l be
in a hurry send a little life down your
left arm and let it know it* business. Her
left band is in your right. Let their be
cxpn s-ion to that not like the grip of a
vice, but a gentle claep, full of electricity,
thought and respect. Don't be in a hur
ry ber bead "lies carelessly on your
shoulder. You nr.* nearly heart to heart.
Look down into her half closed eyes.—
Gently yet manfully press her to your
bosom 1 Stan 1 firm, nnd Providence will
give you strength for the ordeal. Bi
brave, at don't be in a hurry. Iler lips
almost (.pen! Lean lightly forward with
your head, not the bod}'. Take good aim
the l:ps meet the eyes else the heart
opens the foul rides the storms, troubles
and sorrows of life (don't be iu a hurry
heaven opens before you the world
fih^Mts from under your feet as a meteor
flashes aero-s the evening sky (don't be
in a hurry,) heaven opens before vou the
world hoots from under your feet »s a
meteor flashes across the evening sky
(don' be afraid.) the nerves dance before
the just created altar of love as sephyrs
dance with the dew-trimmed flowers the
heart forgets its bitterness, and tho art of
kissing is learned. No noise, no fuss, no
Fquirming like hookempuled Worms
Kissing
don't hurt it does not require a
brass band to make it legal. Don't job
down on a beautiful month as if Rpearing
for irngs. Don't grab and yank the lady
as if she was a struggling colt. l)m't
mus her hair, scratch down her collar,
bite her check, s,q'ii//.!c her i ssed, rum
pled, and bemtifsed. Don't flavor your
kisses with onions, gin cock-tniU, lager
beer, brandy, etc., for a maudlin kiss i«
worse than the itch to a delicate, sensible
woman.
1
lu re now Is our receipt, free gratis, for
rotating. Try it
j^llthT NATiO.liLOilOt'LUY
AND
PROVISION STORE.
I
would re*fectfully announce to th® citizen* of
ftfaax City, Dakota ami Nebraska, that I have
ojieoed a store on IVail street, ia the building
futmerly occupied by A. Haas, fur the sale of
TEAS,
rS,
NUTMEG, SO A /', KHIACCO
CIGA h'S, MA TCIIES, DINED FRUIT
GREEN F1!VIT, OYSTERS,
SA Ii DINES, 11AI SINS,
FIGS, NUTS, ETC.
Anil everv article umally kept In a Grocery Store.
The public are invited to call ami mr. 1 stdl
cheap fur canli. 1 will pay tbe liigkeat market
prk-e for
Batter, Eg^s, Chickcn*, Etc.
Kemember the place—A. IIaaa' old stand, corner
Tearl and Second street,
J. H. MOUV.
Sioux Tity.tcwa Nor. 18 18C5.
r. it. wainii &co.,
Commission Merchants.
118 South Water St.,
CHICAGO, ^...ILLIXOII.
I.^OU
the pnrrliane and sale of all kinds of Pro
dure and Merchandize. P.trii«Mar •MMUiiia
paid to the sale of
S3Hdo» and
BEFERKNCE8:
r~r« », Hon* City,
!m
Tootle & Oliiirlon Simix City, Iowa
I. T. Bramble**?^,, Yankton. It.
ha*. A. Mm- IIillli, IJankir Komi-boro, Iowa
*ir*t National it auk Ood.tr I..wa
MercliaiiU' Saving Loan and Tru-t Co Chicago
P. B. WEABK 4 CO.
Chicago, III., May 1, |8« 0 —ly*
BUGGY, CARRIAGE AND WAGON
MAXUFACTOKY,
W#tcr 8trect| between 3rd and lth|
Adjoining B. LutVs frUtluiaitli sliup,
CITY, XOW A*
n n AM rir.w prrpnrc1 to furnish tTio
Jkt' I public with anything in r„
v
line
his
"f IniMinem on '.u
wliii !i will defy
eclllpetition. I Bill IVCrivin^
rial direct from Cincinnati, wliirh will enaliir me
to Ri'li chi':i|t«r than uny pxtiiMi^hnuiit in the
KortlmoHt. All work Wiirranlfil /iv.. utire hat
i«fa'tioii. JoMijn^ of ev.'ry d«»cri|ition promptly
attnndod to on r-ft«nn1te torrn*. Noun except
com!• it-in *iti'ui«ii'mii^i»/edi• '34w ifwl/lbj
age rtspoctfu!!y noiicited.
DANIEL DENKJCN.
Stous City, Jnne 24tb, 18C&-—tf
FOR 8ALE-C1IEAP.
OHA A,'llK."' of i'rairic I.aiui in Nebraska. 2J£
tJvJyjmi'i I u» Houx ('ity, "i[ii tl iii |iiaiity to
iuy ili Territory. Also, I'K) acros of timber,
further infuomatiou en|nir of
JOI1KCUB&1EB.
Moux City, March 10, Wi-itm
Miscellaneous.
"Owe no Man Aught."
/"IHE.II* CASH STORE
Hats, Caps,
Dres3 Goods,
attheold
vJ comtr Front and I'earUtrcet.
TOOTLE I CHARLES
Hits conntantly on baud
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Groceries, Provisions,
Liquors,
Hardware,
Queen sware,
Glassware,
Paints, Oils,
Willow Ware,
Wooden and
Kcacly-Mado Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
Notions, etc., etc.,
—at
Wholesale and Retail.
E A Y A Y O N Y
Remember th« pi
nee Front and Ponrl street.
Kumeinber th« terms...Positively no Cretflt
j:uiG2
TOOTLK 4 Cn VRLKS.
New Arrangement!
ONLY 36 HOURS
H^rL-ROA.!)
rpilK IVORTU-WESTERN
Cumpat.)''s
CARS, AT BOONSBORO,
TTKSDAY, THURSDAY
on
CAItS, AI ACKLEY,
on MONDAYS, WEDNESfAYS and FRIDAYS,
making Tuvciif y llaura |uikfr tiaiM than wag
ever lii idc from Si-mx '.'it.v to i hicagt-our Dithuuuu.
.^ioux City. Iowa, Oct. 8th,
ASH^HOTKL
iranlK.toii, D. T.
fJMtM llotol tin* ri'rently oiilnrncd and
thoroughly
I
mimIliccn
i noratoil
ivtitti'ii tlii i
•lid now oil"i'N »ii|torior urioniiiioitutIoiimii-li.xit
Dry Goods & Groceries,
A. R. APPLETON. OKOKOE WSSTOOtT
HOME AGAIN.
Appleton & Westcott,
Old Post Offlcp building, Pearl street, Siou*
City, Iowa, opposite C. K. Smith
A Co., dealers in
DRY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LADIES', MISSES' AND
CHILDREN'S SHOES,
Of all grade* and prices.
GROCERIES AN9 PROVISIONS,
ToLrcco,
Cigars,
Glass,
Pulty,
Soap,
Canned and Dried Fruits,
Candies and Nuta,
Ojsters and Sardine,'
Flavoring Extracts,
Ac., &c., Jfcc.
M"(» will sell gondii cheap n* any men sliould.
Pay .'is much or Pro.ln-e, Ifciiles, i'ut, Peltries,
Cheese, Uutter, Kgy^s, Cliii-kcUd, Pork, Ac., as any
uieu cim. Call and bee us.
APPLETON A WKSTC' .TT.
9lonx City. October li, 18.4.
1 ROC CRIES GROIEUIES
1ST RECEIVED AT
L. D. PARMER'S
4ft barrels D. & D. whiskey,
20 half barrel* D. & D. whiskey,
5 barrels Old Uye,
2 barrel* of Clin,
2 barrels of brandy,
10
barrels ruoiasset,
G5 barrels salt,
60 kegs of nails,
20 barrels of sujrar,
10
sack of
Shot,
i'oflee,
2(i bbla. npplfs,
o bbIs. [jcaches
A 1.30
Sti.sli,
Tobacco,
Su'aratus,
L"ud
Starch,
Candles,
Ginger,
Powder, 4c.
Shot,
Furniture Furniture
Ju«t received and for *alo
30 doz. Common ar.d fine cb?"r3,
10 Wood and cane seat rockers,
5 Childa table and rocking chairs,
5 Office chairs,
1 Card and Centre table*,
2 Breakfast tables,
1 Dining tables,
1 Common wash stand?,
Bureau's with glass,
Bed steads, assorted,
2 Double inattrasses,
2 Single mattrasses,
2 Double loutiyep,
i Single lounges,
Stage
4 IIOESE COACHES.
trill after tliU dato, leave flioux City on TlTRfl.
l)AY8,TIIt USDAVS and SUNDAYS at 9 o'clock,
P. 51., connecting with tUo
1 Tin safes.
july2-64 L. D. PARMEP.
JJ T. ULUCiES,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Or O IE K,
Sionx City, low*.
Kerinotmtaall|«iiiaDd
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
TEAS,
SATURDAY
and
tttMTbiaca, au4 with the
to the
traveling puhlio. Travelers will Iwre fiml good
Btati'ing, Water, anil all tlio i onvtiiieiii:ei uefiMI*
•ary tor their naeiiiactoty ru rommoiladion.
N
II i'. A811, t'roprletot.
Yankton. D. T., Jan. 1,1800.
EW IALT PORK, at the Mar
ket, W. UAY1LANU.
TOBACCO,
CIGARS,
WINES,
LIQUORS,
PAINTS,
OILS,
&C.,&C.
AndavMrythtagpwtAlnlnf to a flrat-claMflrocery
•nd outilttinj{ lloiiito allof which 1 1 1 bi told
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Produce of all kind* tukent n nxclianeg
for K»tdit,!tnd the hilt market price paid AUo,
KiirKi'fall kinds, Uty Uldcn, Purk, Biein.a8d
ever) tlii n^a Tailabls wbiuLthefarn.e uiay iveto
diHpose «.f.
aul-63 P. UEDGES.
Groceries.
1866
1866
CSCHPSTER & MAttTQW.
OC E Rj E STl
-:-i
it 1
K i ii
I '1
Nsw goods, New goods.
Exclusive Cash system 1
KBW GOODS 1
CHEAPER THAN EVER.
ImmtmeliiMmtr Importation
Ulaiuraoth Outfitting, Grocery and
Provision Establishment.
Schuster & Marion, I
WIIOI.KS.U.E an.I Retail Deulnn in T.ir«
Can and Dried Fruits,
Cignra and Tobacco,
Clioesc, /lo^na Sausage,
Crackers—all kinds,
Bucketi,
Salt, 4c.,
iic.t
&e.
»a-POVVDER AXD SlIOT,
Coffee—all kinds,
Soap—all kinds,
Candles—star,
Sugars, Assorted Nut?,
Hemp and Cotton Cordage,
1m# Bread,
French and
American Confect'ry,
Cjttou Batting,
Cotton Wicking
Haisin s,
And ry thing «Iso u»iially kept in a A
rut lass
i.iuccry and uutiiitiiij Knitihliehiurut.
teSfTliis being one of the oldest estab
li^tniitnts on the Upper Missouri, it jx»s
susbus tuji'iuioi" liic'iiiics lur the nccouko
duiiuti ol buyers. The goods are ali new
and fresh, and purchasers can rent assur
ed ti at iu buying at our csiubiiihuieut
tbey will get good articles at the lowest
living prices.
Alio,a superior articl* of
family Flour, Side Meat, Ham», Ac.
The attention of Country Merchants is
•elicited to oar Jobbing Department.
A large lot of Corn, Wheat, Oatg and
Purk wai.led, for which begt rates
will be piiii Aho, I)ry
Hardware.
810UX CITY
HARDWARE STORE
I
X"
Currants
hihIthe
Furs, ami till kirul* ot Prutluce tuLen in
exchange tor footle,
jaul BCUL STER & MAlllON.
I
Green Hides,
1
WELL ASSORTED STOCK OP
Hardware,
Building Materials,
Tools, Iron, Nails,
Fire Arms and
Cartridges, etc.,
Of every description, constant?!/ !,ql on
hand. Also, Agent for
Ball's Reaper and Mower,
Smith's Patent
C. C. Steel Plows,
Deer's Moline Plows,
Fairbanks Scales.
Racine
all timdi:
Thresh­
ing Machines
A.
cr
..iMv :ii,
£iiix City, Iowa, March 10, "tii.
or
isg ».
C. "W. 33UrvT,
WIlnLK-AI .E L'EAL! Ii IN'
IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
Moves. Springs, Axel*.
THIMSLE SKEINS WASON BCLTS-
Coal, illnckKinlttia Tools, Hmvy
lutidtvaiv, and
Goodi ilencrallj
Merchants, Blacksmiths,:
]LCn.
1LOX*U
JES
Z O- ZZ XI s
Can rely upon li'irifh th rir nrhrn
f.llrd promptly, and ut the louxst currcnt
rata.
1 O e s s o i i e i i i w i e
ceive prompt attention.
Warehouse between
14/A
and l!iih St.w,
Omaha, KeliruNka.
Onialia, N. T., Pejit. tli. lMJ5~3nr''
j^IOUX CI1Y
HARDWARE STORE.
.lint rei-cived and for Kkt» at lur rat'C, .1 e.in
bo aflorded—
Ila%vltcy« Ba||jr CHUIrstori,
Molinc aa4 Cait Plow*,
Wondfii Pumps ni»tl Tutting,
llaittl Coin rinutrm,
Kstli, and a^uumbcr of otker trllrUi.
Simiv ilv, May 5, r'36.
A. UKOMNiiEU.
i ADAM PALK,
BARBER AND HAIH DRESSER,
Sioux City, Iowa,
rpiIlS anlwwriher ii now iireparud to attpnd to
•.vi'i'vlhiiirf i-'itin.'rted with tli Tonsurial art
in tin* ni'i»t tailiHiiialilo ntyle. Th* |iatrunaite of
tho gentlemen of Siou* City-and iciuity i« r«n
jn'i tlully auliiiled.
Miscellaneous.
IOWA.
1
M1E PHfKXIX
l'A
trunsncti'd the largest hnnl-
iicts in tin- St itr of Iowa, lir the ji ur i'tidinf(
I»••!.•»*int•• :il, 1st ,,f Htiy onipnny having alt
agency iu the it», devoted to tiro insurauce ex
clusively.
$410,013,91
Losses adjusted and paid during
a,,
4c
the
Year 1865,
Indicates the solid, and faithful ser
vice roudertd uiron§ ly tUo
./#
1
CASII ASSETS, JAN'CARY 1ST, 18GG,
$1,006,790,33,
G|*M»wir:iri«'i to tlio i.- t|,at "Imi indemnity
*'1 a Tihol 'Konn :iimI p^rinaiM'iit cliaractcri Ia
strongly guiraritccd ty I'lucnix I'ulicies.
St ady devotion to a Strictly Legitimate
Fire Ltsitranee Iffisiness.
PAID
LOSSES
I
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Siou* City. Iu« a,
—.. j... .».
DR. STRICKLAND'S
EfleMous Con »h Balsam
I- in..i
to Jit- Hie enl )r. |iarati.n known
i^, i 1 ii*, 11 4^^^'lll hma,
U. 1 roiiii tin^hs,
i'i'ii-itAiiipt n,
n-ti'. H-in |.i |. ,r fr. in ll..n
iten'lit. and ex|x-«'to
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.i 1 1. »ale hy 1'iu^lsti
Dyspepsia!
T»R. STRICKLAND'S
Ti»N |C S a eonri Titrated
1 i arati. n of Uiv.tw and
Aert.s. with itiili-a iil» .t
"triniiiMtiv»M to Rt i enctli
i ll he Kt It'ai li and uer
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I -iii remedy f«r ly»|vp.
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of A||.--
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fei'tK a 1'irman.tit cure. I ry it direetlv. It ia
warruii'^-l eme. I'ur g«l« by ad liu^gi-u al
60 relit
it jier »«itllr. tel.17 ly
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1 is via It.Xe\ad4, Marshall,l^aulda,
(. Init^n aii'l l'ix'.'ii to
Di- II I 4 J&t
''y Ihe Cliii agn .nd Xtirt li western K.iihvgy,—_
i u-re i» in* i li4iii e Car.* at tlu* 11 riv^r,
the treat treu K.tiluay l.riil^e at Ciiutuu belli*
et Ul|letei!.
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(J. l'.MIrt N, tU u'l Traveling Ag't. ly
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i wwrtiinnand Inatruotiun for Ytxiag
Men. A!.«o, di« ae HIHI Millies liii |.reiiia
luieiy (irootrate Ihe Vital l'.wprn, v ith ^ure nieana
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