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Sioux City register. [volume] (Sioux City, Iowa) 1858-1871, September 22, 1866, Image 4

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Drugs aad Medicines.
B. F. KM n I!. M. M- ORE.
SMITH & MOORE,
NB^7GT
U S O E
AMD
N E W I E S
We take pleasure iu informing the citizeus of
IOWA, NEBRASKA AND DAKOTA
that we hare just received and are now offering
for salt) at our New Store on
PEARL, NEAR FOURTH STREET,
the beat steck of
PURE, FRESH AND NEW DRUGS
Ever brought west of the Mis iinippi. Our stock
was carefully selected by one of the Firm,
AN EXPERIENCED DRUGGIST,
And will warranted new and genuine. We
have the best of
U E U S
All the
POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES
Of the day,
Pure Wines & Liquors,
(For Medicinal purposes
Paints,
Oils,
Dye Stuffs,
ONLY,)
Cloth,
Tooth,
Nail,
Paint and
Toilet Article!
Innumerable, and 1S.OOO other item* which we
cannot enumerate here, but keep on exhibitiou,
ano for sale cheap.
ORDERS FROM A DISTANCE,
Accompanied bjr tbeCAili, will moot with prompt
attention.
7SRMS s
Invariably GREENBACKS.
(fold Dust or Coin, in small quantities
Remember tke Place
NEW DRUG STORE
OF
cs tk.tr
O
-mm-
A
ON
Pearl, near Fourth Street,
SIOUX CITY, IOWA.
REMEMBER, ALSO,
fkii OOP
Stock is Entirely New!
That we Ipv» ao old 4ms*. and that ws hare
Bought
Siace4
the Great
Declin®
la goods, and cat ttoiwfbre Mil •eeorii&ftjr.
lite 0, 1866.
ly.
Dry Goods & Groceries.
Rl*AT EXCITEMENT I
Startling Discovery!!
It
tat
always desirable for any body to
make a
DEAD
Sure thing of any thing they engage in.
In view of that, the undersigned have
laid in the choicest stock oj
Maple and Fancy Groceries,
Dry Goods,
coots and Shoes,
Clothing,
Hats and Caps,
Hardware,
Glassware,
IN
Varnish
Brushes,
Trusses,
Supporters,
Shoulder-Braces,
Ilair Oils,
Pomades,
Fancy Soaps,.
Queensware,
Wooden Ware,
Nails, Saah,
Paints and Oils,
Ever offered to the people of this city and
vicinity, which they offer at prices
which will compete with any
MAN
In (he trade. It is unnecessary to enu
merate the endless varieties vf goods
suffice it to .say that we can .show
you the largest and most
varied stock of Goods
that can be
FOUND
i ?:r (cultural Implements.
Shovels, Spades,
Pitch forks, Iloes,
and Mantue Forks,
Large quantities of
HAM AND BACON,
Cured by ourselves for the expecial purpose
of suiting and accommodating our
own customers.
A superior quality of
O A O I
And Ike largest^ cheapest and most eager
ly sought assortment of
COAL OIL LAMPS,
In Kious City.
Kgr-Especial attention will be given by
ns to the wants of MINERS, and a lull
of
Miners' Outfits!
Kept constantly on hand, for sale cheap-
JML Ju & JaiO RE, er than any house north of Saiut Louis.
UST We
will pay the highest market
frice for all kinds of Produce.
1^. All kinds of FURS and HIDES
will bring the Cash at our store.
CALL! CALL! CALL!
IT We can afford-to, and wilt sell all
Our goods at prices which
id tlie*c
Groceries.
1806
SCHUSTER & MAPTow I
O E I E S
i v
.it fl It,
New goods, New goods.
Exeliisive Cash system
v I w u)i
CHEAPER THAN EV
Immense Kammrr Ins put I in son*
—AT THE—
Mammoth^Outfitting1. Grocery aud
Provision .Establishment.
SchUoter & Marion
T*rHOLKSALK rnw! fVii.r.* HI Li^nor*.
?Y Froreh, ifornuui ami Sal h. Wine*, Lakh*
Beer, etc. Also, ilraler* iu
Can aad Dried Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco,
Cheese, Bologna Sausage,
Crackers—all kinds,
tiackets,
Salt,Ac., &e.
•BuPOWDER AND Sllor, jgj
Coffee—all k i nds,
Soap—all kinds,
Candles—star,
times
will make it an object both in purse and
happiness for the rich and poor, the eco
nomist and the improvident, the epicure
and the frugal to purchase uf
us.
C^rCaah for the seller and satis fact lot
to the purchaser, is the business motto of
jan 1-60 H. D. BOOCiE
& CO.
Sugars, Assorted Nuts.
Hemp and Cotton Coning
Fitf Bread,
French and
American Coulect'rv,
t'yttou Baiting.
Cotton Wick:
Raisins.
Cun.ua,-
Aud everything else usually kept in alitMii,,,*
Grocery and outttttiug KaUliliiiiuit m.
B^Tliis being one of (he oldest c»ut»
lichiuenU on the Upper Missouri, it pos
sesses suyeriur futilities for the a cum ..
dation ol buyers b# good* are alt i.ew
and fresh, and purchasers t-.m ivm
The attention of Country Merely ih
solicited to our Jobbing Department
A Urjre lot of Com, Wheat. Oat*
)j-
ed that in buving at our »-rui»»,.i i.v
thej will gft good article* at tiu L.vv.bi
living prices.
A Uu, a wuperior art it: It* ul
Family Flour, Side Meat, Hams,
4c.
n,i
P.'il waited, for which ihe ti(^t rate*
will lie paid Also, l)i v and r• in Hides,
Furs, and all kinds ol i'nuluce taken in
exchange tor good*,
jaal SCHUSTER & MARION,
Miscellaneous.
O. Iv. STORE I
OLD KIRK"
23CI3VESIJ3Xj»"
NI
1i nrned from New York with one o
i u stocks evur Wrought to Sioux City—
I'HI a. in.
\tiltli.
DRY
CLOTHING,
HATS AM) CAl'.s
—AND
SI x"V
!l*
T. 0 T'J T!
UAI.MOHAI
N i in
Wp c«n iUck U|. I.a.ii,.,
i 1«» It 1111 I I f. t- Ij.ittV
itr rttt*'Ut iuii t«»
LADIES' Sl CiiiLililE^'S
Tl' Ill' 'ill 1 ii
SHjES,
hich w«* hi'ivc tili mi anf rcptw."
Cassimerc Suits ol' C1U.111i11^.
mmle i![ in the »»ry tfi Niy Y' rk K.ill
slyii m'.r.., ttill ,i--ut ttii. ut ii
GENTS1 URN SHINS GCGCS,
HafiT'lf'e xeil (,w i' 1S11 oiily.^j
Oall a i I n* at I rk'
i.cveeau t't-.n 1 »tr««t.
M, Cash
t!2
i Alii: in lot u
DR. STRICKLAND'S
Meliflous Cough ralsam
I*
w
|.-t t, !, 1 !![!,, j,
t,i tufw i villi?., H' a 1*1.
vV||,„,j,|. 4 r.ingh. hrouic
Jiriiii'llt,- :i!.d i'i Miji. I"iii4 pi, j.
i y iUi.l Herli# it i. hi nlitin, i..
I'Htinsr, Mill pat i .i-ul.i 11\ -iiii i
I tin- Tllluttt ai.it I.!.li
H'l V» hcl'f.
I
I' I. II v\
VI.IWHV:!,.!,,. liiii-nr
ly fur l'y|»«*p-
tiiiu rt tu
*i* or Isi.'Hg. »t inn.
viMixro ja, Lo«« uf A mif
ttn, A*itiii\ hi il»e Sti uiai I'l.ittilviicy and Jh M
lity. It ii imt hIi ohi»!i
-,h.
l)r. Sirli-fclAiiil'ti Pile Kin«ly hai
0«rH tln»iisi»ii ln .%th- «-»r»t i-km'* "t litul unit
HU'i'tlins l'ilt!.-t It jgiti-s huBiediaie ivli. aait ef
fwfs a |i'iinaintit cure. Try it (lirntIv. It is
Wrtrr:int(«il to cure. For rnsle bjp ali I»ntgjjist» at
80 cent# p«r bottle. »elIT1y
D'UBUQCJn BRAID.
PUR I9HED II.Y & WBEK If.
I
Tiir: mtv v
n
Term* of Malmi rlpttau s
Ml}', by mail. |«»r t*r -i
i»ily (l.-liv»*n*il iu.rity, }it-r ik
\VIM1J, siniflc i v purj-i'Ht
Wifkly, In eluba
A1 ire»», HAM Jt a i !•:»,
Dulniqilf. jv
liicim I'tll WDStr Ml
U .NO!
ZIAXXjWAV.
TI1K Holt rnrnc t. Ill I I
I i* *i» n.-totH, Nevail i. a li.i il, Vi|at l,.-q.iii.
t'iillt«ll ilLliI lIXo|» to
tur II It U O .404
Over the 'hi'it!(» .ml Sortliwi'tli'rii Hiiil\«»\
-,
Tli' -re I- no i lian (.'cI t'ar« ar tin* Mt.-i«i-i|ipi iim i
tin groat Iron lUilw.n Hi i.Iko at t'linloii Ix'iiig
i i iiiph'ttnl
TAX SALE,
CLAT COVMTY.
"VtOTICB Is hereby piven that on Mnn&ty, tfie
flrnt tiny of October, A. 1S6«, the nnder
siftnert, Truinnrtr of Clay county, Iowa, will otT,
at public mIk, at the Court House in IVturmm, the
following dem-ribed lands for taxi's, intonst ami
cost then due ami iiujiaid for the yenr 18 4, as set
forth iti tlip follown Int.
Sale will comniciire Ht 10 o'rloek, A Mof Raid
day, ninl continue from «lny to day, ami adjourn
from time to time, until all lias been sold or taxes
otherwise N«ttlMi.
M'itn ss my hand at the Treasurer's Office, Clay
county, Iowa, August 17th, 18Mi.
J. BICKMCI.L. Tr«amirer.
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Section.
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