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Stoves, Hardware, &c.
JAMES M. BACON, }.-,,, ,•-,,,,r t' O-!iiMttcr A Ihitehiiic, «t the EXCELSIOR STOYE, TIN Hardware Emporium I I vim: psr •Im'se.l til" *»•. k n-e'r-tand of Ccllatneer A JI ij i. 1 r.•*j 1 .'Ml j-1.-5.ar'. to e. ntinu« the HARDWARE, STOVE. TIN WARE BUSINESS. In .'ill i' 1-r.ui. rr-'ivo l.v fust I i.»t IV 1 St. I.»nia, lii- Uri^-st n.^ortnieut "t Hardware, Cutlerv, Stoves, etc. 1- in t!.i« v. Mv '.a ..| v rw.l --t Wtitem Dome, Bnek'a Brllltamt, Dakota, California, Superior, Giraffe, Royal A rcf», Prtrlmi) ConllnraUl, Etc., Etr. —AT,SO— PARLOR i OFFICE STOVE? Anu the m»?l complete sat of JAPANSD] WARS, t. f-. N'.-i ',we«t. ®Sf* Karri Trough, Conductors, Tin Hoof in f. and aH kinds of Job Work done on the it/iuititil notice. JAS. M. BACON. S: V\. I- 1. Mar. 4M, 1WI—ta PIONEER TIN STOVE EMPORIUM, '5*fCj#* j* ''j~ .- ..J ^JfcSS Pearl street, between 3rd and 4th, Sioux City, Jowa. CHARLES K. SMITH, PROPRIETOR of th« original-"Pioneer, Tin and Sto»e Emporium,'' has 'ately received a lar^e assortment of new poods, and lakes pleasure in announcing lo tin* citizens of Northwestern Iowa, Nebraska and lakota, that they can supply thf mselvcs with £00^8 in my line at astonishingly low prices. I keep constantly on band a large assortment of COOKING, PARLOR AND OFFICE STOVES, Of the best and moat approved pattern*.— My stock of COOKING STOVES! consists or CHARTER OAK, VALLEY FORCE, SHANGHAI, PLYMOUTH ROCK, PRIZE PREMIUM, ARCTIC D0, Tk and Jappancd A good assortment always on hand Which is ma. o in the most desirttblo man ner. Abo, Kva Twuutba, Conductor Fines* Tin Roofing, fte. &M#* Gift, Miscellaneous. C. ATLTMAN&CO'S "SWEEPSTAKES." .. v.'-.-•^1 ---. ./j! r.dPir. Till: OM.V S W E E S A K E S THRESHING MACHINE. C. AtT-THAN A Co.. I IlfEMtY TaTT.OR, Mamrai'tutvn". Oen'l Western Ag't. Canton, Ohio. Chicairfi. 111. TWO STYLES OF HOBSE POWSBS. *4 •+***:.•*. T|mi Improved THE Carey" T. T. Power, (Both and ton lion*.) "CO^PENSATfNC" POWER, ^Boih eijrht aitrt ton horwo A nmWtioB exist* c.mong- tfcrnlitrs to "ewa the best machine in the cfvhhorhiv»d." Nnthing it more disngnpable to them than to have farmers com plain that their work is r.ct properly dtne, or to lege valuable time by reawm of breakages, wid they can not be too careful in selecting a machine. The Sweepstakes i« the accredited head of tin- Tlir.--!iitii.' Ma'ti'i).' family. nnl it" sii|cnnr Mr*n^»h. ilnnibi'ity. -jrai«!t«*ity. of draft, style o( flnUh. and rn|Mi' ii\ for Inroliimr nnd cl.-iiiiitij.' urain f.i«t«T m:d 1vlh-r than any other iu the world, are acktunvlcilL-'d. The great repntation achieved by this favorite uti.t liine, li led -«rviTal unwrupnioaii maua CtciiinT*. .uul mtmi-riMW agents, lo »tta the name '•SwKEP«TAKrfi." it) niir v,.-(ytomii-Mtt: Canton, nnd anniher. to th«-ir mat hiu'^, and »dvertii»-m.'tit* nd d»c ive. Thi? is the eesejice of meanness—down ritfht j»im y, and hjiiitij: MtT,-r iat- color-. To a\oid the count -ri. it. ».•«• th it every m:\cliiiie h«» Kie enrrl. i'. Al l.'I'MAN A 1 Mam FA.Tnitw, tiuio." in r"t lettere, coi^i'iiuout-ly on l.uth .-Kler. of the Se|Mrntir. The Genuine Sweepstakes enables the thresher to |drk 111* eu-toun rs. k. ld..ni stops Cor re pair*. ist* mm loi'iror lh:n otiierx. saves inn irruiiiblitu and vexHtioii. it.'.-" the amount of ucrk with l.-ss la! nr. and enables him to select the best ami ttioM protitaHe John. The farmers give it tho preference, and ofVn an extra j-riee per hn-hel. Ve ause It (hnheg clean fri tn the t»e «K separates jit-rfeetly from the »tniw. cleans fit for market wiihoiif waote. saven all the trrain. d.s- ii« work with the utmost speed, safety and economy ai:d doe« not keep a gang of meu ana teunii* about tl.em on tAptiise. The elegant Patent Pivot Side Gear is to Ik- 1'oncd only 011 the SwKri-sTAKts." Our "Patent Cleaning Apparatus" en ables th" operator toc*»ntrol the di -'-ction of the Mast, and posilion of the srives. ntid cl.-an either h-avv or tiirlit jjiain. vvi'hotit waste, as fast as it e:tn be threshed the i hati'M.d din l- 11.tr ^1 -arated trom the grain bffurt it :/7ill# (It nil. Beparators, Horse Powers, Straw Stackers, Gears, or Jacks, sold sepa ratelv, V/hen des-ired. A written warranty de livered w :tli every machine. The SWHt I'S'I AKKS" i« nstuitiy a very s.art.- article after harvest, and par ties should t'rdff tarty. Call or send and «et a pamphlet circular eivinsr a full deseription and p.irticnlars. together with uuuierous certiiieates, and the imtnes and r«-si di-nc* of over three thousand (tersons who have i.e.i :ht and used the Sweki-stakks in Illinois, lowfc Mn.iK-ota, Wisconsin, and Kansas, alone. I I o o e & o junel 'pt. 77-- C.i kp.1. .-nig #Ue» h- i e. tcents, Sioux City. rpKA. TEA! TEA! The only genuine in tbis section of country, FARMERS' STORE, H. D. BOOOE k CO. Moox Cif*. Town, .Inn* 1. 18«i7. D. T. HEDGES, JDEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOAT STORES, ETC,, am% crnr, low*. K' o K O S A W V O K A fcr suIh :»rr C. K. SMITH. 1866. A Drugs and Medicines. B. F. SMITH. [. J". MOORS. SMITH & MOORE* zrn xv DRUG STORE! -AN® N E W I E S We'take pleature in informing tb* citiEeni of IOWA, NEBRASKA AND DAKOTA, that we ha*e jnat reeeiTed and ara now offeriti} for «ale at our New More oa PKARL, NEAR rOtRTH Hair Oils, «n CROHERIES, M10VI8I0N% TEAS, TOBACCO, 3*CAR8, WINH^ LIQUORS, PAINTS, OILS, 4§., And everything pertaining to a first-class Qrotery and outfitting Ifoitse, au 9j' wkkh will b* told CHEAP FOli CASH. aa»fiwn«i of nil kiMi* Uk«« J*ek*»«a Aw «iih1s, nuii I he hi^lo it n U.-t jirice puiil. A Is. 1. |'in id nil kiiuU, I»ry I)1,'n, l'ork. Bacon, and every! availahle w hl'-ti th« farmer may h«v« toduwMts ol. LJ»t.l-«8i I. r. llKltOKP. jaANKj^EDS of ail ktuda, for mio »t ihu timim TT5F~m— ITRBET, Tho best sleek of PURE, FRESH AND NEW DRUGS, Kver brought went of Ihe MiMissippi. Our stock wag rarefully ««iect«d by on* 'if tba Firm, AN EXPERIENCED DRUGGIST, And will be warranted new and gentiine. We have l.e beat of U E U S All the POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES Of the day, Pure Wines and Liquors, (For Madtciual parpoaM orlt,) Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, E*' Cloth, Tooth, Nail, Paint and Trusses, Varnish Urushep, Supporters, Shoulder-Braces, Pomades, Fancy Soaps, Innumerable, and Toilet Articles, 10,000 other item* which we ran- !i»t numerate h»re. but keep on exbibuiou, and for I- thenp. ORDERS FROM A DISTANCE, Accompanied by the GAdH, will meet with prompt aUeutiou. TEXIMS s Invariably, GREENBACKS. Gold Dust or Chin, in small quantities. Remember the Place wbw cn.ua STOZIE, —OF— SMITH & MOORS. Pearl, near Fourth Street, IOCS CWT, IOWA. E S E A S O tut ova Stock is Entiely New! mm old drnga, «ad ttet w liave Bought liaet tlia Great decline |H|po4a,»&4 therefore iell accordlnfly. SMITH k MOOPF MnsCHf, Jaaa •, lt« 'iouv (Lib Register. TUB L1TTLK BOY'S RKBDKR. There was once a very old man who lived in the house of his son. The old man was deaf his eyes were dim, and his legs weak and thin. hen he was at the table he could hardly hold his sjKjon, so much did his hand shake and at times lie would spill his Koup 011 the cloth. All this vexed his son and the son's wife ami they made the old man sit in a corner behind the stove. There he ate his food from nn earthen-ware dish and he had not always too much to eat as you mav «ruess. \Yell, one day his trembling hands could not hold the dish it fell on the floor and broke.— At this his son and his son's wife* were so vexed that they spoke harshly to the old man.— His only answer was a deep, sad sigh. They then brought him a bowl made of wood, out of which he had to lake his food.- Not long after this, his little grandson, a boy of about four years of ag\ was seen at work with a chisel and hammer, hol lowing out a lour of wood. 11 is parents could not guess what lie was trying to do. The little boy said nothing to any one, but kept at work on the log, and looked very grave, as if he had some great work in hand. W hat are you doing there? asked his father. The little bov did not want to tell. Then his mother asked. "What are you doing my sun Oh said he. 1 am only mak ing a little trough, such as our pigs eat out of. 15ut what are you making a iittle trough, such as our pigs eat out of. But what are vm making it *1 for, my son I am making it, said he. for you and father to eat out of when 1 am a man. The parents looked at each other and burst into tears. From that time forth they treated the old man well. lie had the best plaee at the table, a nice dish, and plenty of food. A COCO JOKK. Many years ago, when chuivh organs fut came in use, a wor thy old clergyman was pastor of a church where they had just purchased an organ. Not far from the church was a large town pasture, where a great many cattle grazed, ami among them a large bull. One hot Sabbath, Mr. Bull came up near the church grazing, ami just as the Rev. Mr. B. was in the midst of liis sermon—uboo-w»M» woo" went the bull. The parson paused, looked up at the singing seats, and, with a grave face, said I would thank the musicians not to tune their instruments during serv ce it annoys me very much. The people stared, and the minister went on. Boo-woo-woo, went the bull again, as he drew a little nearer the church. The parson paused again and addressed the choir. I rea'ly wish the singers woM not tune their instruments while I am preaching. The congregation tittered, for they knew what the real cau.se of this disturbance was. The old parson went on again and lie bad just about started good, when Boo-woo-woo caiue from Mr. Bull. The minister paused once more and exclaimed I have requested the musi cians in the gallery not to tune their instruments during the sermon. 1 now particularly re quest Mr. L-7-—,1! hat^ lie will not tune his double base organ while I am preaching. This was too much. got up, too much agitated at the idea of speaking out in church, and stammered out It is—isn't me, Parson, it— is that d—d town bull. .J'MIM Immigration west of Denver to Halt Lake has been temporarily suspended on account of Indian depredations. in w *vv HSSB" Man is like a snow-ball—stir and roll him about, and there will be more of him. There are now 35 woolen mills operation ia Iowa. Dry Goods and Groceries. 1867. Ji867. Wholeaala GROCERY HOUSE!! a D. BOOGEI CO, KEP ennstaiitlv »ti haml a very large and well Assorted stork of Groceries, Provisions, Tobaccos, Cigars, i n e s Brandies, Which are purehaHt il and sold for A S I I S 3 yt LOWER FIGFKES than can b« obtain ed »t any other point west of (lllliOO OR StIST LOUS. 0 11Y 0 01) S, Of th« latest ltd beat at lee rim! qua lities, ami in immense quality. HOOTS AND SHOES, Large a I.litinnn to this department, a 1! ..f sups ii"! quality, and fur sale nt !i.. lowest price*. OLOTHINC A superb and complete Mock. Call nn.t .-xnadne qua lity, Myles aud price*. They will suit. Country Merchant* & 1'edlers 'tUnifln «Tti -Ismail' :i/(d'.-!fo wvi: .!. h, II !. ex amine thtiU large *Umk beitae baying. i n e s O u i Kept eonstafltly on liHiid, fi.r «al« cheaper than any liouso uurth of St. Louis. We want your trade. Give u* a call. Jt will nut Jail to profit you. HV will he ph until to see those purchasing to sell again at onr !«w Mmv. tonifr Third and 1'carl Mi-ret«. •'Witt pay tbr highest market price for a(l klnda of prodaue. H. D. BOOtiK CO. ItakK Cltjr, Jaaaary Mb, 1MT. BMfNMbn Groceries and Liquors. 18 G7 18 7 psciiirsTER & y/Trny Wf "Tl O E I E S si "i j. jiwi mi. J, '."-H i 11^.1 New Goods, WewSads, Exclasive Casli syst HEW GOODS CHEAPER THAN EVER. Immena Fall Si Winter Impor int Ion» -AT TII I R- Mammoth Outfitting, Grocory and I'tovisioa -hsiablishment. SCEUSTER & kasion,! WHOLESALE E A I E A E U Liquors, French, (iennan, NATIVE WINES, ETC. Also, IVaVr* in Cao and Dried Fruits, Cigars and Tobacco, Cheese, li.tio^na S.iunace, (.'rockers—all kind#, ducket*, r. Salt, Candles—-wtar, Ac., Ac.. Tr-A.3sris:E3Ei notions Coffee—all kinds, Soap—all kinds, Sugars, Assorted Nuts. Hemp and Cotton Cor.hwe, Fiji Bread, French and American Conleci ionavy. Cjtton Batting, Cotton Wickittg liuiaiua, Curriint!- Ac. Aad every lhil»H e!*e initially kept ill a fit*' This being one of the oldest establish ments on the Upper .Missouri, it possesses superior laeilitics for the acciiinotlatiou ul luiyt i-B. The gondii are alt new and tresh, net j.ttreha-iors can rest aastired that in huv nig nt our ealablislnnetil ihey will get good articles at the lowest living prices. nuporior article ot Family Fionr, Side Heat, 21 ami, Ac. The attention nf Conntnr Merchatit* i.^ solicited to our Johbing Department. fiarA large lo»*of Cora, Wheat, Oat« and 1'ork wanted, for which tho te*t rate* will be id Alao. Dry aud Green ilidea. Furs, and all kinds ol Froduce taken in exchange lor goods. an 1,66 SCUUtfTKR 4 MAU10N. Profipectus. SIODX CITY REGISTER BOOK AND JOB PRINTING- OFFICE, Smith's Brrr nixc, rr STATRi, S10t CIT1' IOWit. By recent additions to our office we have the best, most var ied and extensive as sortment of PRINTING MATERIALS. In the Northwest, which, with our experience as a prac tical printer enable us to execute all Kinds of Job Printing In a style not to be surpassed by any other office west of the Mississippi. Our ollice is supplied with one of TJ (i E S' Xol) Presses. r. spee! hi!! v soliet the patronage tj' the buiness men of this ai: 1 adjoining counties, feeling satisHtd that we can give satisVaetit i both as to style and price. deelSG6 DUBUQUE HliiRALII i'i'Hi.isi:» i AILV Ha in 6c Iirr ST. A. A N WEEKLY Carver, Frcp's. TKH Mr1 OF .-I H- 1 I TIf-• D." J!« TT A rr| fVT UAflaJi A a\ .u' .iU iidUluiilM i'? i •,~and WEEKLY. I .. i: ,! i* i I ., I lo (iO I•/. 1V, l.e 2 00 COj -.L 3!L'U 1 i'S Tt ck]\ arnpa cil. w. w Avv'-nTT ri'iroR. O/tilw p«-r W'i1' S!) (l() W'»'b u. 2 00 w S .. 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Te»8».„ S,'*1,''S Veil.!.-li: 4H1.44 %'irsiiwa 2T.V4 \Ve»t nciuiii 2,t«i i,i 0 W i*. nn-.in I ', an.'Li 3K.K 3.M Vei- It. t-. I6.:.3»i..": i Nu»., U,t!«,7a 1 7 -0 Fire rottelex innne.l the nigh ltd Acenelea, ft»r the jenr tJit.'ij i« •imuesllve of tlio wfile s irea1 mill e\ teo«ue lniniiie«,« eitj,.y»-il l»y the I'll I K\ I 111. 1 11." iMH|»]ki4tl- ibwiiiv Htnoog all elaomiM lur tile rete, Hon ita |i»li'ie* ultiir.l. lintHch for the West and Soiif't, Ao. FT. F-nrt't 8t, Ci'nrin'i (hio. It. MAtin.b. (b ill Agent, fhaanii I't.Hi-ien Imh pr-»mptty l.y t!K0. WFAHF Reaideot Ag't. mar. Ii 17-11 Meu\ i