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8. A. STRICKLAND fc CO.,
BELLEVUE, N. T.
TIU'RSDW, M T.MHF.R '27,
From th return wt now Iuiv, nf the
Into President inlrwiti'Mt, the 1 Inn. J A M I'.S
lll'CIIANAN, ami Hon. John ('. IIhk k
lsriogi:, arc elected President nnd A in
President nf the I'niti'd Stnie.i heyond n
ilouht. Tlie olertornl votes of the Stntes
w ill stand ns follows :
BUCHANAN. I FREMONT.
I."j Niv York
I J, M.iiti',
i HiNfW Hampshire.
H j Vermont
4 Coimei'l irtil ,
. I Ohio
. 3 Michigan."; ...
. 0 Iowa,
Total, 170 California,
California 1ms nodonht gone Democratic,
which will make the vote in the electoral
college, 174 for Huclmiiitn; 111 for Fre
mont, nnd 8 for Fillmore ; heing twenty
four more votes than in uctimlly wanted to
secure n choice.
In this electi. in, funnticisnmnd disloyalty
to our gloriiuu Union, has received a re
buke thnt will never be forgotten, nnd the
ndmini.stration of James Ikiclmnan will
show to the world, that if for a lime, our
people arc led astray ly tin iiriiMmuMit
nets and harangues of u few disappointed
otRce-seekers, that the conservative spirit
which characterizes us, will be ultimately
victorious, nnd result in the election of
none but true nnd loyal men to the Chief
Magistracy of the nation.
Many ore iho surmises which we find
in iho leading prints of the day, but all
nccord in saying, that the udministrntion
of-jAMLs Hi c uan a will be one of n
purely nntionnl chnracter, nnd thnt sec
tionalism will find no friends in his cabi
net, and we feel confident in predicting,
that the country will be ngnin restored to
that pence and quiet, to which she has so
long been a stranger.
The Charter Oak.
The Hartford Times snys that relics of
this historic tree, m tortn of ennes, snuff
boxes, pieces of the wood, nnd even the
acorns nnd leaves, are now in the posses
sion of prolmbly more than ten thousand
persons in various parts of America.
The desire to possess these precious me
mentoes is still as great as ever, and the
well-known generosity and courtesy of
the proprietor, the Hon. Isaac W. Smart,
have been severely taxed by the numer
ous demands made upon him by appli
cants for tuts of the tree. Even on the
day succeeding the night of its fall, the
noble old oak was surrounded by an eager
crowd, all anxious to obtnin some memen
to of the cherished object, and among
tnem were persons from all the States
but five in ihe Union. It may interest
distant readers to know that the roots of
the fallen tree "still live," and that upon
the top of the rugged stump itself, at a
distance of about ten feet from the ground
a new shoot recently appeared and grew
to the length of some four inches; but
we regret to be obliged to add that some
soulless person, undoubtedly mie of the
class which Mr. Stuart well denominates
'skulking vandals," was guilty of tearing
it in the night from the place where it
grew. There are now two tiny and
doubtful shoots just sprouting from the
hoary old stump, and the proprietor has
been at the expense of erecting around
, the honored relic a high picket fence, to
protect it henceforth from plundering in
truders. A national flag, draped in the
emblems of mourning, still floats over the
old stump. Among the applicants for
relics was Mr. Moore, a member of the
Canadian Parliament, who wanted a spec
imen of the old oak for (Jueen Victoria
His request will undoubtedly be complied
Got. A. II. Ileeder.
We see by a late file of the "Hernl
of Freedom," published at Lawrence, K
T., that this gentleman ha received the
nomination of a Convention that assein
bled at Big Springs in lhat Territory on
the 28th ult., as Delegate to Congress,
It oppears also thnt they do not intend to
hold an election, but to circulate protests
against J. W. Whitfield's election, and
recommend A. II. Reeder as their Del
A statue of Lagrange, tha t elebruted
mathematician, is about to h erected m
Turin where be was lirii.
ln. lie niitiulii 1'rrlfj I'oore.
This gentleman is at present the mi1
jeel of much !!,vrp?p,,r talk, on account
of the performance by him, of a feat in
pnyment of a bet lo.-t in the late Presiden
tial election. Miij. Poore made n bet with
Col. Hurbi ik, of lliston, that Mn -mi, Im
setts would cast her vole f.ir Fillmore, 'be
condition being that the loser should wheel
n Inrrel of apples from his own residence
to that of the winner, a distance of thirty
six miles. When the news of the thou
winds of majority in favor of Fremont,
reached Newliorryport, the gallant Major
had to meet his responsibility, and on the
morning nf the fifth, set out behind his
wheelbarrow nnd barrel of apples, for the
distant residence of his lucky friend, in
On the road the Major was cheered by
persons of nil sexes and colors, who ad
mired his manliness, in not flinching from
his nrduons lask, even nfter he had been
liberated from its performance, by Col.
Hui beck. At Charlestown he was received
by hundreds of citizens, nnd was escorted
by i)h Fillmore Club to their head-ipiar-ters,
where they had provided a splendid
repast, after which some time was spent
in giving toasts in honor of the Major.
which were loudly rescinded to, nnd the
Major in return gave, " The health of the
next President of the United Slates, whom
all were bound to honor." During the
time occupied by these proceedings, the
crowd outside began to get very impatient,
and the gallant Major favored them with
o look nt himself, and a few brief remarks,,
nfter which he took up his barrow nnd re
sinned his line of march, but had not pro
ceeded far, when the word was given to
halt, the barrow was dropped and the
crowd busied themselves in compliment
ing our hero. Half an hour was spent in
this way, when a delegation of several
hundreds from Hoston, made their appear
ance, nnd nfter n few preliminaries pro
ceeded on the inarch, in the following
J. F.. FARwrt.t., Chief Marshal.
Hoston Comet Hand.
r ue ot liorsenien.
The Hoston Fusileers, Cnpt. Snow, and
delegations from other Companies.
Hauner, with the following inscription:
" Hen. Perley Poore May his faithful
ness to his pledges be imitated by the
Hen. Perley Poore, pushing his barrow of
upples, flunked on each side, by a guard
of honor, consisting of twelve citizens of
Charlestown and Hoston.
File of Horsemen.
Fillmore men on foot.
Ikirouche drawn by four horses, and con
taining the Grand Sachem, Fly. The
HarouPhe was attended by u guard of
illiuore men of Ikiston and Charlestown
in large numbers.
The procession hud not advanced far,
lefore it became evident to the guard of
honor that they were unable to keep the
rowd back, unless some other means was
adopted; they accordingly procured a rope
which they stretched around, and by this
means they were enabled to proceed.
The arrivul of the procession in Hoston
was hailed ly thousands, and nil along
the route the greatest curiosity prevailed
to see the Major nnd his load. On the
steps of the Tremont House, Col. Hurbank
received the barrel of apples, nnd both gen
tlemen delivered congratulatory speeches
mounted thereon, which was listened to
The reception that Major Poore received
in Boston, and the expressions of admira
tion that was made by thousands on his
route, proves conclusively, that our people
appreciates an honest action, and that ull
is to be gained by paying one's honest
debts even at the sacrifice of personal
Dritlliof Hon. John M. ( In) ton.
We regret to announce the death of the
Hon. Joiim M. Ci. tviox, nt his residence
in Dover, Delaware, on Sunday evening.
Mr. Claj'on had been suffering from ill
iicm for some months past. When Con
gress closed its session he was so ill ns to
be detained in Washington for some time.
Recovering, he returned to his home, but
ban ever since been sulicring w ith occa
sional periods of seeming convalescence.
Only a week or two since it was announced
that he was much better, and the hope of
hi entire recovery expressed. Mr. ('lay
ton has been long in public life, and was
In Id deservedly in high estimation ns a
sagacious, prudent and conscientious states
man. For many successive years, except
ing a short interregnum in which he was
Secretary of Slate under (ieneral Taylor's
administration, he has represented Dela
ware in the United Stutes Senate, nnd
was nt the time of his decease still n mem
ber of that body. With the exception of
f Jen. Cass, he had, we think held n longer
connection with the Senate than any
statesman now a member of it. During
his connection with (icncrnl Taylor's ad
ministration, the famous Clayton and Hid
wer treaty was concluded ; a treoty that
has been much attacked, but which Mr.
Clayton always defended, and the Ameri
can construction of which hns been lately
conceded by deal Britain. Mr. Clay
ton's qualities of mind were vigorous, but
not of the kind to attract attention by their
brilliancy; his temperament wn:j cnlin, mild
uinl concilatory, and perhaps no Ameri
can statesman, who has passed through so
long n term of public life, ever excited less
of personal enmity towards himself.
Fire at Marietta, Ohio.
The Marietta Flouring Mill, owned by
John O. Cram, was totally destroyed by
fire on Saturday morning, Nov. 1. The
fire ignited in the smut machine, caused
by the rapid motion of the machinery, at
11 1 -2 o'clock, and although every effort
was instantly made to extinguish it, the
flames rapidly ascended the elevators to
the roof, nnd in fifteen minutes the entire
building was in one mass of fire. Alioiit
200 barrels of flour, and 12,000 bushels
of wheat were destroyed. Loss from
$10,000 to $50,000. Insured for $.3,000
only ; $3,000 in the Elena, Hartford, and
$2,000 in Washington County, Ohio, Mu
tual. It was ono of the most extensive
mills in the Ohio Valley, nnd its loss will
cause great inconvenience o all classes.
Tire at Hellefonlaiiie, Ohio.
A fire nt Bellefontaine, Ohio, cn Satur
day night, Nov. 1, destroyed fifteen or
twenty buildings, including the entire
business part of the town. Among the
buildings destroyed were the Post Office
and Exchange Bank. The loss is vari
ously estimated at from $.50,000 to $100,
000. There w ere no fire engines in the
Fire ami Loss of Life in St. Louis.
Early on Saturday morning, Nov. 1. a
small cabinet manufactory in the northern
part of this city was burned. Ten of the
employees of the establishment slept in the
building, three of whom jumped from an
attic window, but befora the others could
bo rescued the front walls gave way and
precipitated them to the cellar, where they
perished beneath the ruins. The parties
A Washington despatch says : It is now
given out that Mr. Bccuanan is in favor
ofxhe admission of Kansas as n Free-
State. He has all along held to the
propriety, if not the necessity, of this
course, and the recent emphatic expression
of public sentiment on the course of the
Pierce administration, in regard to that
territory, makes it, I assure you, a fixed
fact in the policy of the new government.
It was deemed injudicious by Mr. Buchan
an's friends to avow this before the elec
tion; but now that the contest is over, and
he is to be the next occupant of the White
House, there is no hesitation in making
it public, and talking about it, and can
vassing its effects nt the North and South.
The late Lord Gardstone, himself a
valetudinarian, took the pains to impure
for those persons who hud attested mar
vellous cures, and found that more than
two-thirds of the numler died very short-
iv aner iney nnu neen cured. Mr Ko
One of the London pnpers, in alluding
to this steamer, says: "The American
steam frigate Merrimac, now lying off"
Southampton, has created a sensation in
this country we would not be far wrong
in saying thnt in certain quarters she has
produced a panic. The aristivcracy and
flunkeyhood of England had no concep
tion that the Republic could turn out any
thing half as formidable as this truly
magnificent vessel. The Merrimac is
but one of a series which the American
Government u now building, and though
only a frigate, she is admitted to be a
match for any of our ships-of-the-liue.
There is not a navy in Europe that has a
vessel which can compete w ith her.
Fatal Shooting Case.
On Wednesday evening, Nov. 5, Isaac
C. Sherlock, a clerk in the employ of
Walmer S; ('lodgers, dry-goods mer
chants in Market street, Philadelphia,
shot Win. ('lodgers, one of his employers,
at the junction of Seventh and Chestnut
streets. Three balls took ell'ect, and the
wounds were mortal. The cause is re
ported to be an improper connection be
tween the employer and the wife of the
clerk. The latter gave himself into cus
tody. F.lertiou Itiots.
We see by our exchanges, that the
cities of New Orleans and Baltimore
were Iwttle grounds on the late elections.
Chief Justice Taney i now in Wash
ington, much improved in health by his
It is estimated that over $110,000 worth
of property was destroyed by the recent
gale on Lnke Ontario.
Mrs. Thorn, of Palo Alto, Michigan,
hung herself nnd child because her hus
band refused to take her to a ball.
A woman hns been fined $2-'i in Ral
eigh, for going to a fashionable soiree in
a state of semi-nudity.
The Rival Riri.r. In England,
there has been n trial of the comparative
merits of the Minnie nnd Brunswick
rifles. The result nwnnls preference to
the French rifle, which will henceforth
be ndopted by the British army.
Mendiola, the old guide who piloted
Gen. Taylor through his campaign into
Mexico, up to the battle of Buemi Vista,
died in Mercer Valley, Texas, a short
time since, at the advanced age of ninety
A Nr.w Pistol. The Albany Times
states that a pistol has been invented in
that city which will fire ninety times per
minute, carry a ball forty yards further
than nny pistol now in use, nnd that it is
also much lighter nnd in every respect
superior to Colt's celebrated pistol.
In Prussia, mnles ore not permitted to
marry under twenty-five, nor females un
der twenty-two years of age. In conse
quence of the operation of this law, M.
Platow, of the chamber of deputies, says
that during the last year every child born
in the duchy of Mecklenberg was illegiti
mate. La hoc Train. A stock train, con
sisting of 138 cars, loaded almost exclu
sively with cattle, was dispatched east
ward over the Central Railroad from
Rochester, N. Y., on Saturday evening
of last week. Each car contained fifteen
bend of rattle. The receipts of the com
pany for this train were $y,2(50.
A Rr.i.ic. Edwin A. Smith, of Smith
town, Long Island, found in his corn-field
whilst hoeing corn, in the summer, a
beautiful gold coin of the reign of George
I. It is in a state of perfection, a guinea,
twenty-two carats fine, dated 1716. The
field where it wns found is not far from
where the British troops were encamped
during the revolution.
Naval. At the Portsmouth, N. II.,
Navy Yard, the Constitution frigate is to
be thoroughly repaired, and fitted for sea,
and the old seventy-four Franklin is to
be turned into a steam propellor, with an
entire new equipment of sails. &c. The
V andalia sloop-of-wnr is also to undergo
an entire repair all of which will give
much employment to the mechanics of the
vicinity. Norfolk Argus.
Lola Monteb. Madame Lola Mon
ies closed her engagement at the Forrest
Theatre, San Francisco, on Saturday
evening. We learn that she will play an
engagement, shortly, at one of the thea
tres in that city, after which she will re
tire from the stage. It is said that she
has recently become deeply interested on
religious subjects, and that she intends
living hereafter a life of retirement.
n a t i
miockino Arrxin. a Dout noon yes
terday, a Mrs. O'Niel, living in Pine
street, Frankford, Pa., went out, leaving
her two children alone, and locking them
in the house. 1 he youngest, a girl two
years old, was playing with the fire, nnd
the latter communicating to her clothins
she was burned to death before assistance
could rench her. The mother was ren
dered almost frantic by the shocking oc
currence. Phila. Bulletin, Oct. 31.
Marine Hospital at Galena, Il
linois. The Secretary of the Treasury
has selected a portion of the east part of
the south-east fractional qunrter of sec
tion No. 24, ns a site for this building,
which ho has purchased from Michael
McCarty, Esq., for the sum of $5,025.
The Attorney-General having reported
favorably upon the title, steps will be
taken for the prosecution of the work as
soon as the Legislature of the State cedes
jurisdiction to the Government.
It is reported that arrangements are al
ready in progress for the re-organization
of the editorial force of this newspaper.
It is in contemplation to have one editor
from the North and another from the
South, in view of Buchanan's Adminis
tration. Mr. Nicholson will retire on
the 1th of March.
CORRFrTF.P WEEKLY FOR THE GAZETTE.
Sun Flour,! "-irk $rt 00 Butter, 35
Wheat, per bush. 1 00 Shoulders, do 12
Corn, do 115 Hums, do 15
Oats do 75 Lard, do 12
Potatoes do 1 (HI l-'ccs, per doz. 3(1
Dried Pearlies, do 3 2U Salt, per sack 5 0
Apples, do 2 i.y lily, per ton a (H)
HA VI NO recently loaned this well-known
Hotel for a number of years, and fitted
It up in a superior style, the Proprietor flat,
ters himself that the 'patronage lie heretofore
received from his friends and the public in
general will now ne rxirnneii. my lame is
furnished with the choicest delicacies of the
season. Adjoining the house are extensive
stables, and pood hostlers will always he in
Come on. ve that hunger nnd thirst for the
good of this world, and you will always find
Jesse on hand to minister to vonr wants.
JESSE A. PAINTER.
rjlllE UNDERSIGNED takes pleasure in
A. announcing to the inhabitants nf Belle-
vue and vicinity, that I have commenced the
ntiove business in this city, and will ne pleaned
to serve them at all times with
of the best quality. Having had several
years experience in the business, I feel confi
dent in saving that all who will favor me with
a call, will be pleased with the quality of my
meats, and become regular customers. Iam
also making arrangements to supply my cus
tomers with the best quality of Sausaee.
no5-tf WILLIAM ALLEN.
SEAT0N & E0WLES.
Bellevue, INT. T.
HAVING removed Into our large new store,
on Main street, we are now enabled to ofTer to
the Citizens of Douglas county, one of the
Largest, Cheapest and best Selected Stork of
Goods, ever opened in this city, consisting In
Hats & Caps,
Thankful for the liberal patronaee hereto
fore extended to us, we earnestly solicit its
continuance, feeling confident that the qnality
anu price ot our goons, cannot rail to please.
SEATON & ROWLES.
Bellevue, Oct. 23, 185i. 1-tf
George Jennings, Proprietor.
THIS House is situated in the pleasantest
fiart of Bellevue, in a beautiful and healthy
oration and commands a view of country,
which for beauty cannot be excelled in this
Territory. It is fitted up in the best manner,
nnd no pains will be spared to make all who
may favor him with their patronage, feel at
Will always be supplied with all the delicacies
the market a Herds.
Attached to this Hotel is an excellent
which we shall always have attended by com
petent and faithful Ostlers.
Bellevue, Oct. 23H1K53. 1-tf
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, by the sub-
senber in Bellevue, SIX GOOD MA
SONS, to whom GOOD WAGES, and CON-
I AN 1 hmployment, will be given.
Bellevue, Oct. 23, 1856. 1-tf
A VAIIJAWTC CI, AIM
bert Walpoh', Ijrd Bolinhroke and in-, Sevi-rnl were Killed in Loth citios, uinl
iiii'ion, ! killed I'V con moiior. manv .u. iv w. undid.
A Righteous Judge. A young mnn
wns sentenced in l'ittshurg, last Saturday,
to six months imprisonment in jail, for
assaulting another with "knucklers." His
counsel, previous to the passing of the
sentence, solicited leniency for his client,
on the wore of good character and gen
tlemanly conduct generally. The judge
replied that it was fortunnte for hiin that
he was not indicted for an attempt to
murder, nnd said when people with gen
tlcmanly culture and good character per
formed such deeds, he should punish them
as rowdies and ruthans. "The first gen
tleman of the land shall fare no letter
than the poorest man."
(iam.axt Bovs. Almut two weeks
ago, two sons of Mr. J. S. Whilhoile, of
Monterey, in Owen county, Kentucky,
one ti-n years old, and the other emht,
rode their father's horse to ihe Kentucky
river to wnter. The horse plunged in
and attempted to swim across the river
with U.th the Ixiys upon his back. When
near the middle of the stream they tried
to turn the horse hack toward the other
tdiorc This made him capsize, and Loth
the Uiys slippod off into the water, and
the horse left ihcm. As they -lipHd off
the elder aid to the younger, "Hold on
to me and I'll swim out with you." He
did hold on, and the other actually swam
ashore with him upon his back dragging
at the same time through the water a tin
bucket which the younger had strung hy
the Uil upon his arm. When was a
more remarkable feat ev.-r nivomplNhi'd
by a - of iimi f.-H - i
The undersigned oilers for sale his claim of
lt acres, situated four miles West of Bellevue,
in Township 13, Range 13.
This claim is well situated, has several
H. r. brill. Mi 3, a
Never Failing Stream of Water,
About EIGHT ACRES OF FINE TIMBER,
Four acres of land broke, and a good LOG
CABIN on the place. Title undisputed. Pos
session given immediately.
D. A. LOGAN.
Bellevue, Oct. 23, 185rt. 1-tf
Axnurw j. roppLF-Tox.
WILLIAM N. BVF.RS
Poppleton & Byers,
A TTORNEYS AT LAW, AND GENE
-fl. UAL LAND AGENTS, Omaha city,
rveDrasica. l.anu warrants nought and sold.
Land Entered on Time. Special attention
given to the selection and entry of Lands for
Settlors, and all others desiring choice loca
tions. Land llauns, lown lots and all kinds
of Real Estate, bought and sold and invest
ments made for Distant Dealers.
(J A Competent Surveyor and Draughts
man always in readiness to survey lauds, find
nnd select Lands and Town lots, and draft
City Plats 1-tf
C. A. nenry & Co.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUG
GISTS, At the Nr.BRASKA Drpo Store,
Omaha city, Nebraska, have on baud and are
constantly receiving a large and complete
assortment of Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medi
cines, jjye Mutt, Liquors, Segars, Preserved
rruus, lonrecuonanes, &.c.,&c. I'hvsicians
orders tilled on a small advance on cost. 1-tf
Charles A. Henry, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SL'RGEON. Respect
fully informs the citizens of Nebraska,
that having permanently located in Omaha
city, and hating had several years experience
in the treatment of Diseases incident to the
West, now oners his professional services to
'""' no iimy id, or 11 1 in wun meir patronage.
Office in C.'A. Henry & Co's. Drug and Va
riety More, wmaiia city, .. r. 1-tf
.:.f;!!AR':K?.,,-.(;RK,-.N A Richard
ivi.ud.i.l., hi vine purrnase.1 this well known
and popular Saloon, in Omaha citv, would
respectfully inform the public, that they are
now prepared to furnish their customer, at
VI Vth HOT MEALS, OYSTERS,
r,Vv S'. . .P,GS I KI-T PICKLED
JONG IE, GAME, and other
II K I'M I :S II I ENTS,
Comprising all the Delicacies of the season.
Com ve that hunger and thirst Come to
the U'K.X an-l ,,,,1 be filled
Mr I.IOT.V KIMK W.I..
HUFFMAN'S STAGE LINE.
BELLEVUE, ST. MARYS
A N 1) G L V. N W O O I)
HUFFM AN'S LINE will leave Glenwnod,
via. St. Marts for Bellevue, on Mnn.
day's, Wednesday's and Saturday's, at It)
o'clock, A. M., and will leave the Benton
Hnuw, Bellevue, via. St. Marys for Glenwood,
on the same davs at 1 o'clock, P. M.
This Line connects nt St. Mart's, with the
Council Blurts and St. Joseph Stages, and at
Glenwood with the various lines from the Mis
sissippi to the Missouri Rivers.
Travelers on this Line will find every con
venience and accommodation, to make their
trips pleasant and speedy. Comfortable
Coaches, Careful Drivers and well-fed
JUST RECEIVED BY
NUCKOLLS & CO.,
A Laree and Well Selected Stock (Express
ly for THIS Market) of
HATS ft CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
WINDOW SHUTTERS, fcc, tc. '
Having been bought and shipped at low
figures, we flatter ourselves we are able
to offer such inducements to CASH Itl'V-
ERS as have not heretofore been offered.
We ask an examination of our Goods and
prices, before purchasing elsewhere. The La
dies will find at our Store a large stock of
EMBROIDERED ROBES, .
PLAID SILKS, &.C., tc,
All of which will be sold verv LOW.
NUCKOLLS A. CO.
Glenwood, Mills Co., Iowa. no 4-tf.
NEW GOODS!! NEW PRICES!!!
New Everything, at the Old Stand of
SARPY & ENGLISH.
EDWARD C. BOSBYSHELL
HAS the honor to inform the people of the
Southern District of Douglas and the adjoin
ing counties, Nebraska, that he is now open
ing one of the largest Stocks of GOODS ever
brought to Glenwood, Mills county, Iowa,
HATS &. CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE.
YANKEE NOTIONS, Sic,
And everything that r.iav be found generally
in city stores, all of which he will sell
CHEAP FOR CASH.
(TtT ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRO
DUCE taKen in exchenge for Goods. Buy
ers from town or country wishing good aiid
cheap Goods, either at wholesale or retail,
will gave money by calling and examining his
stocK before purchasing elsewhere, ns they
will find good bargains and fair dealing.
Glenwood, Iowa. no 4-tf
KUHL & KAYSER,
St. Mary, Mills County Iowa.
WE would respectfully announce to the
people of Mills and adjoining counties,
that we have located ourselves in the new
Brick store on the corner of Front street and
Sire's Avenue, in St. Mary, and now have on
band a full and well selected stock of
adapted to the wants of this community, con
II ATS . CAPS.
BOOTS 4. SHOES.
DRUGS t MEDICINES,
SASH, Jtc, if.
We are determined to sell to cash custo
mers lower than any other establishment in
this portion of the State. An examination of
our stock and prices will be all that is neces
sary to convince you of the tact. look out
MAMMOTH BRICK STORE!! I
FRONT STREET, ST. MARY.
f!V All kinds of coiyitry produce taken in
evelMnire fur Hoods.
no:,-M. KI lll. . K WSF.K.
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