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Drugs and Medicines.
8. F. SMITH. M. F. MOoRJC. SMITH & MOORE, DRUG —AI®— Nfi W p* I O 8 We Ukt pleaeare la iafbrafet I)M cillcea* of IOWA, NEBRASKA AND DAKOTA, ttll V# klT« Jait recolrtd and are now offering for sale *t our Mew Store on V1AKL, HKAR fOl'RTH ITRERT, The beat ittek of PURE, FRESH AND NEW DRUGS, *T*r brought w«t of the Mississippi. Oar itock was carefully aelected by one of the Firm, AN EXPERIENCED DRUGGIST, A ad via be nmtNl new aa4genuine. We karc he beat of U E U S All the POPULAR PATENT KBDICDVE8 Of the day, Pure Wines and Liquors, (lor Medicinal purpocee out,?,) Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, Cloth, Tooth, Nail, Paint and Trtipse*, !•—iinaMf.an* 16,AM other itoaas wtiiefc we ean •uttniim«niNliN|M keep nklWHtt, aat for sale. cheap. ORDERS FROM A DISTANCE, Aeceaapanie* by Mm CAM, wUl aMOt with prompt aiU-aMm*. Invariably, GREENBACKS. Md Jfcri or I Varnish Brushes, Supporters, Shoulder-Braces, Hair Oils, Pomades, Fancy Soap#, Toilet Articles, €ki%4n malt fuantitieo*. k. ms THuij «amh«r tht Place i kim- *jmr S I O O E UjCI% Pearl, near Fourth Street, SIOVX CITY, IOWA. Stock is Entirely New I we Jfesv* IM O)4An||f% aadlfchat wo fcavo Sine# the Great Stdise ,'t u. SMITH ft MOORE. Stow CKy, fcW*, MMb m! 4«M» Dry Goods and Groceries, GREAT EXCITEMENT- A Startling Discovery!! IS ALWAYS DESIRABLE FOR ANY body to Btaka ft DEAD Stew 11^ of any thing they mqmge in. In view of that, the undersigned have laid in the choicest stock of Staple sad Faacy Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, firocerleg, H*t* and Caps, Hardware, Glassware, Qtieensware, Wooden Ware, JNails, Saab, Pa'rats, Qils, Ac., Ever offered to the people of this city and vicinity, which ihry offer at ^trices which mil compete with any MAN In the trade. It- it unnecessary to enu merate the endless varieties of //nods suffice it to say that we can xfiow yon the largest and most varied stock of Goods that can be FOUND ZK SIOTJJL OITT. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS I SHOVELS* SHADES, PITCHFORKS, HOES, AND MANURE FORKS. MMif »ll Large quantitUe of A A N A O N Cared by ournelve* for tbe esperial purpose of eaitiag and *crnimoiaUng uui own customers. A Mptrlor quality of O A O I And the largest, cheapest and moot eager. ly sought assortment of COAL ML LAMPS, la Sioux City. Eepecial attention will be given by as to the wants of MINERS, and a foil sapptf of i n a Kept constantly op baad, for sale cheaper a a w s e a o i i a o a i a iar We will pay tbe highest market pricf lor all kinds of Produce. Mfc-All kinds of FURS and BIDES frill bring Ihe Cash at our store. jihs" It CALL) Ca&tf CJIXt Wtf* We cw iffbrd to, atitf will sell aSltmr goods at prices which in these times wttt fnake it ao object both in purse and happi ness for the rich and peer, the economist and tbe improvident, tbe epienre and tbe frugal to purchase of us. MP*Ca»h for tba seller and satisfaction to the purchaser, ii the business motto of i*al~CG tt n. ftnfvni^ A Cft_ •-jPiP* ^pir^ffF'*aiFwT*SI» Orocerie- taa Llqnora. 18 66 8CKXJSTER ft MARIO* fflflP New Goods, New Goods, Exclusive Cash system! RBW GOODS I UirEAPER THAN EVER. (mmonse Fall A IVIater lM|wrtstloai AT THH1 Mammoth Outfitting, Grocery and Provision Establishment. SCHUSTER & MARION, WHOLESALE AXD- E A I E A E S Liquor®, Frencli, tJcfman, NATIVE WINES, ETC. Alao, Dea}era in Cao and Dried Fruits, Cigars and Tobacco, Cheese, Bologna Sausage, Crackers—all kinds, Buckets, halt, Aa^ Ac- DBJ NOTZONS :iv- 'i ~li ,A Coffee—*11 Made, Soap—all kinds, Cftndlea—star, Sugars, Assorted Nate, Hemp and Cottoa Cordage, flK Bread, iVreaoh and AMaerkmn Confectionary, Calton Batting, Cotton Wicking Sai"inst ClUJPAB(«» Ac. 'U: And erarytfcing "l»« waually k*i»t tn U«* c«r auU Outfitting i»tabliaUuif*. L'Uaaflro* jH^Thts being one of ibe oldest establish ments on tins Upper Missouri, it possesses eaperior facilities for the accoim dalion ot buyers. The goods are all new and trenh, and purchasers cau rest axsurod that in buy ing at our establishment they will get good articles at tbe lowest living prices. tts.a mp^iw astloteos Family Flour, Bide Meat. Haa», 4ke, a r^-urr a $ ^The aiteotiod of Country Merchant# is solicited to oar Jobbing Departmei^ IQTA large lot of Corn, Wheat, Oats and Pork wanted, fo» wbioh the beat rates will be paid Also, Dry and Green Hides, Kurs, and all kinds of Prod ace taken sackaage for goods. sentmTBR A MARTOU. Sioui Jrijbtcr, A SHORT PmtSlON FROM A ItAHD* IUELL IAPTIST PHJBlClliSR. The following will be read agaiii with side-splitting effect: ''There's nine men gtandin' at the dore, and they awl sed they'd take sugar in thcrn/ Sich, friends and brethring, wan the talk, wonst in this our anshunt land but. the dais is gone by, and the .«uns run dry, and no man can say to his naber lioo art thou, man, and will you take enny mare shugar in your kaughfey But the words of our tex has a difrcnt and a more particklerer mentiin than this. Thar they stood at the dore on a cold win turs mornin' two Rapt ias, and two Methodiss, and five Luthaf ions, and the toother one was a publican. And they all with one voice sed they would'nt dirty their feet ill a dramshop, but if the publikin would go and get the drinks they wod pay for 'ein. And they all cried out and eve ry man sod, "I'll take mine with shugar, for it won't feel good to drink the stufl without sweet nin." So the publikin he march ed in and the bar-keeper sed— "What want ye and he an swered and sed "A drink."-—. "How will you have it i" Plain and straight," says hp, "'for it ain't no use wast in sugar to cir eunisalvate aka fort is. But there is nine more standin' at the dore and they all sod they'd take shugar in tliere'n. Friends and brethring, it aint only the likker of sperits that is drunk in this rounderbout and underhanded way, but its likker of all soils of human wickednis in like manner. ri liars the liker of mallis, that a menny uv you drinks to the drups, but yure sure to sweeten it with shugar of self-justification. Tliars the liker of avarisH that some keeps behind the curt in for constant use, but they always has it well mixed with the sweetnin uv prudence and ekonomy. Tliars the liker of self-love that sum men drinks by the gallon, but they always put in it lots uv the shugar uv take keer No. 1.— Al 11, lastly, tlnrs the likker uv extorshun, which the man sweet ens aecordin to surkumstanees. If he's in the flour line, he'll say tiie pure'll be better oil" eatin korn bread. If he's in the cloth lino, why it's a good thing to larn em to make their cloth at homo if he's in the lether line, it'll larn 'em the needcessity of takin better keer uv shoos. 'And there's nine more a standing at the dore, and they all bed they'd take shugar in theren.' But friends and brcethring, ther's a time comin and a place fixin, whar thar'll be no 'standin at the dure' to call for 'shugar in (her n.' But they'll have to go rite in and take the drink square up to the front and the bar keeper'll be o1 Sat tin, and nobo dy else, and he'll give em 'sugar ill ther'n,' youd better believe it, and iMl be shngar uv lead and red hot lead at that, as shure as your name is Conschunee dod ger. And you'll be entitled too your rash tins three times a day if not more freqnentillir, and if you dont like it you'll have to lump it, and so may the ol Nick close down upon all your silk palaverin around the plane old pools of brotherly luvand «iinir osity, and feller-tbelin, and fair plav. Amen. The aveiage duration of life is 'S3 1-3 years. When did Abraham sleep five in a bed When he slept with his fore fathers. The more ill a man's luck is, the less likely it is to die. Why is an author a queer animal? Because his tail comet out of his head. Every woman is in the wrong until she cries—then she is in the right instautly. If vour neighbor's offence is 1 rank, dont let yours be rancor. Get what you get honestly— use what you get frugally. Love, the toothache, smoke, a cough, and a tight boot are things which cannot possibly be. kept secret very long. Stupid people may eat, but shouldnt talk. Their mouths 'will do Well enough as bai*£$ $f deposit, but not of issue. It is said that doctors can mi tigate the pains of sickness, cer tainly a good many of them ma/,c dying a very easy thing. Stoves and Tl&waro. PIONBER TUT STOVE EMPORIUM, Pearl street, between 3rd and 4th, Sioux City, Iowa. CHARLES K SMITH, PROPRIETOR apartment of of the original "Pioneer, Tin and Stove Emporium," has lately receivod a large assortment of new poods, and tpkes rloasnre ia announcing to the citizrns of Northwestern Iowa, Nebrasku and Dakota, that thev enn supply themaelves with floods in my line at astonishingly^ low priccs. I keep oonstaatly on hand a large COOKING, PARLOR AND OFFICE STOVES, Of the best and ^tnost approved patterns.— My ttock of COOKING STOVES! CONSISTS or CHARTER OAK, VALLEY FORGE, SHANGHAI, PLYMOUTH ROCK, PRIZE PRKMIUM, Tin and Jappaned Ware. A gooi assortment always on hand. which is in a e in the most (tamable man ner. Also, Eva Troughs, Conductor Pipes, Tin Roofing, Ac. C. K. SMITH. Sioux C!tv, I w.i. l.M'.ii. Stoves. Tin & Hardware. The Great Rebellion BEINGbeing OVER AND OUR WASTE laud rapidly -taken up and SETTLED The undersigned- now offer for «the inspection of all residents ol Sioux City and the great surrounding country, a well selected stock of HAEDWARE, Consisting of Ct»tlervT Locks, Hinges, puljlic ftt Carpenter's Tools, Bolts, and all kinds House Building Hardware. AND Wo cull attention to olir entire NKW STOCK Slavcaaud Tin-Ware, uhi.-li w«- to the BiH'li jtrit'**! an wiUgiM' THE CKLKBBATKD STEWART'S Cooking & Beating Stores Ketipaes all otliora. ftr llotela sad tk+TiYiirg Houtet. LIKKW|« Plrnoath Rbrk, Iron Mountnln, Pride of tlae West, Buch'i nrllllasH, ", 9ka»ffh«V Hetwo award, tioldrn Bim, K*««- Rra, ••purler, Giraffe, Per rleaa, Dakota. All of wjilch we'ifffr 1br the l«a|i«rtloa ot Ao pabUc at large. Alao, a large assortment of PAHLOM AMD BOX ITOVBS, BTC. W«.LIkewiM. ICrM Troa*li, Tin Rooftftg, and all kiuiu'ur Job Work made at the ehortvat notioo. Tlio moi'lmnleal department will condwrted tiy J. 'COL.1.AM KH. late of 11« lirm of C. K. Smith k Co., wfcvre he haa been engaged the iaat alx jeara TBRH»AM.JIMM.U.^«....A,!IMIOTIAY OAMI. H/il i* Dry Goods and Grooerie a A E WhtUsals aad Retail Dealt* ta Dry Goods, Groceries, &c., s/oar OITT, IOWA. ROCERIES GROCERIES I JVJfT RKCIIYKO AT L. D. PARMER'S 40 barrels 20 hs' waiskeT. V Arrets Old Rye, S? 2 barrels of Gin, 2 barrels of brandy, 10 barrels molasset, 65 barrels salt, 60 kegs of nails, 20 barrels of sngar, 10 sacks of roliee, 20 hhls. apples, 5 bbls. peaches. —ALSO— Glass, Putty, Soap, Shot, Candles, Ginger, Sash, Tobacco, Salaratus, Lead Starch, Shot, Powder, Ac. Fnrnitnre Furniture tut received and for aale 30 doz. Oommon and fine cb« 10 5 5 1 2 1 1 5 2 2 2 1 1 ARCTIC DO., Wood and cane seat rockers, OhiIds taHle and rocking chairs, Oflice hairs, Card und (Vntre tables, Breakfast tables, lining tables, Common wash stands, Uu rcau's with glasa, Bed steads, aborted, Double miKtrusses, Single mattrasses, Double lonnges, Single lounges, Tin safes. Clothing, Clothing. •9- Parties wiihiny in excellent goods at low prices, are respectfully inci ted to call at my stoie. aly2-6-l D. PARMER. New Goods. New Goods. CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. tu ir roun FAT.IJ -AVI WINTER GOODS, —IS— DAKOTA OITT, N. —or— CHAS. F. ECKHART, Where you will flnt ou« of tlx- Wat a«'Iected aUil rln't»t«'it r.« k of in this «||H-r i-ountr\. Mv stock (KUMtto Of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, LAD IKS BONNETS, HOODS, N U Ml AS, AC.. HARDWARE, QUKEXSWARE, DltrtiS and liJkDIClNES, AC. GROCERIES! tn fart eTerything u»nal1jr kept in efnr«e in this oouutry. Among my Bouts jrou will And the Mtna' aad Baya* ladia Rabbur Oa)o4 Boata —in Luiiica' anil wear, the flannel and Cnr lined Whaee, ail at r^duci-il |»riv*. My Mmifrv Sti k if. lut'tci' and ot tin- l«tr*l lili'» of La ti'.x ll.iv.Is, NnMas. faxt shawU, Ac. Alao a good atoik of Men's itiaiery, »t ., «tc. Staple^ Fancy Dry Goods. All GPU.A EH V IlUTril IN8. in 1 «»k l« (Tiuit and tihoaiwr '•yygji'-f',' -1*- for the pnhlio to route and my anitl l»'tt'r aatl*fl«dexamine prir#*. nrol veil will be VF SMMO is ready OAaM, with |ulck laltt mid Small Proapectaa. g«?s MB job rjuu^ac. SIOUX CITY REGISTER BOOK AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE, I fiaRS'l BciLDI KO, '"JtTZTT*?0** SIOI err* IOWA. By recent additions to our office we have the best, most vaiv ied and extensive as sortment of PRINTING MATERIALS In the Northwest, which, mrith our experience tis a prac tical printer enable us to execute all Kinds of Job Printing In a style not to he surpassed by any other oflice west of the Mississippi. Our oflice is supplied with one ®f U E S CELEBRATED rcsscs. »ov„We rrspoctf" patronage of the of this and ad jo* feeling satisfied that I ecll ftnixli than any other store. PraOti. A AS. F. ECKHART. Dakota City, N. T., Oct. 1^ tu give satisfaction hot and price. DCBUQUE HERALJ PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY. Bam & Oarver, Prop's. TEBM8 or SVBM'EIPTIOV: Daily, per year 10 00 Weekly, in clubs 2 00 OMAHA RiBPUBUCM. PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEE*'T* ST. A. D. £dlt»r and Propr TKRN8 Or SUBSCa^PTlQS Daily, one year Daily & Weekly Nonpareil. W. 8. BURKE, EDITOR. i 10 WeeAdv, one year 2 OOXJNOZL BLUFF8~ mr Daily, per year^l W'*kly, ix ymr, 2 00