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Vinton Eagle, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1855, Vinton, Iowa toft now receiving from New Jl Yoik a stock of Dry embracing a general a lot cf Dross Cheaper than ever before sold west of the at 10 cents por and White Goods of article per bost American Prints for cents por from 30 cents and an variety of Ribbons the fame low a large and assortment and cheap er than tin Boots and a very largo and tolling at greatly reduced Ready Made very large assortment for men and youths for sal a fi large and good among TV hi eh may be I good Young Hyron Tea at 60 cents per articles in My Goods require no having purchased them at he lowest I only adc an inspection of my Stock fo the public that I will sell my Goods lower for cash or ready than eun bo bought in any other store in the State of and hopo by to business to merit a share of public on Commercial Cidar 185 yI WOULD inform the citizens of Benton County ho has permanently located himself in and has recently opened an extensive as linen t of would announce to the citizens of and surrounding country that ho has es in mul intends to manufac ture and constantly on hand all kinds of such on In want of any thing in his line would do to Hft him a cull before pure hating Terms June 1355 FOll ACRES and tho North side of Big timber on in this SO adjoining the pint of tho newly laid out acres acres wider good cultivation with a log cabin on the 120 prairie end 9 acres of on the South side and within i mils of fho or it mav approved paper taken f r a May JOHN 13 HEREBY GIVEN that this day been ap pointed the estate of William Jolm cf State of All indebted io said estate are requested to immediate nnd rdl those having claims raid estate will present thorn properly authen Lr June 8w AEE OPENING a complete stock of goods on Bi Crock opposite the town cf under the immediate supervision of will found on hand to soil goods as CHEAP for the CASH as they can be bought west of the Oar Stuck consists in part of Dry Oar motto is Quick Sides and Small May Land for offer w w 21 86 oi R 1G 86 cf gy SJi acre of E 29 So of 32 TSu will sell all above on tho favor May Renl Estate for THE following described Prairie and Timber Lund for section of sen lion of 25 Tho above in one oM acres of of the first well and about onehalf mil of the town cf in nnd cjn be made a most excellent The remainder is good timber and convenient to tho further particulars inquire of at he c of Greene Cedar or of at tho Eagle Cedar Mav 1 the CEDAR Stage Office at thi leave daily for Iowa Davenport and Du May UK YV JL fc rates cf on Commercial next door to Rocks Hard ware CEDAR remittances made at current Public Lands selected and en tered with Land or on Estate bought ard told on Highest price paid for Land and advanced on Estate left with us for re and interest Plats of Public furn Taxes Money invented and nnd accounts examined and leaned on undoubted We respectfully solicit the patronage of the Barney tt i Cashier Marine Jlr Alfred 18 3 City New South AND NOTARIES T ANDS for or on and warrant located in any in the Locations of luud made Jor dealers on the and unimproved lands and town lots bought end scld on and carefully and sll conveyancing correctly attended and ther claims and claims of every tion Office on West side of Public JOHN and prepared to obtain Land War under the act Bounty Land to and in any of tho wars of the United Benton April Dealers in Dry Boots ARE now the finest and CHEAP EST Stools of cvor Brought into tho of thin they will sell as low as any House West of fho always en l Hard war Boots Hats Nearly opposite the Howard in part of the following articles Black fancy ant Sat French Ging Irish al pop Flan all of which will be sold at the lowest highest market price paid for Vinton 13KKTON CITY tho mot information hi a customers ure abls to that there is a positive war be tween Stanberry and High to t lie great detri ment of tho latter and long one hundred percent He continues to prosecute the war with a large and Stock of Dry Queens Oils Dye for and Bulls Lou dons Finnily ED Any amount of f venison and every other thing a man woman or child wants to exchange for good building houses for rale in Ben ton tho and Bia Ben ton n Dealer in Dye South side Public Ben ton WOULD respectfully inform the and the surrounding that he has just opened an extensive and Family Grocery at his old stand in where he ip prepared to ac commodate all who will favor him with a call very bost article and at the lowest prices for or rea dy Thankful for past favors ho would respect fully solicit a full share of public Our mot to is Quick saloi and small All kinds of produce taken in exchange for poods at the highest market Ilia stock consists in part as BEST RIO Young Hyson and Orleans and West Loaf and Sugar nnd and fine Table Smoking and ginia Twist and various other constantly on and Palm and Era pi vo Soap all GAS and Patent PURE Cider Shot and kept constantly on French PURE Brandies and for medicinal Turpentine and Cod Liv arid all the various essential Physicians are particularly requested to call and ex amine our stock of as we aro determined to sell at prices to yl of all kinds for which the highest market price will bo paid by yl A NEW AND SPLENDID STOCK OF WINTER undersigned lakes this method of informing JL the public that behns just received and opened a new stock of Fall and Winter embracing almost every article called for in tho Western which lie oilers for sale at the lowest possible lie is determined not to bo undersold by any of tho lie has fold an e quantity of which has given him en to keep on at even lower and he would ask thoss wishing to buy poods of any kind to call on him before and you will be aston ished to learn at how low prices goods sold for if you take this to be as and neglect to it will be greatly to your Among the endless variety may be found Ihe following DRY French Merinos such as Delaines Alpacas Pop wrappers and draw lins Ginghams Velvets fcc Prln bj Broad BOOTS and Boots Hioes Flannels of all kinds Mackinaw Com and Rubber and every end Dross Hardware Groceries Crockery and Glass Drugs Paints Jan ELIJAH JOHN from begs leave to inform the public that he to carry on the bu sines of laying Stone and and also cutting hanging and in imitation of putting down water cisterns with water lime of any Feeling grateful for past fa vors ond having served a regular apprenticeship he feds confident that all jobs entrusted to his care will ba done in a workmanlike on tho lowest terms on tho shortest He also intends to keep const antly on hand a good supply of lime and oth er materials for the benefit of his 1855 S Subscribers having como to tho conclusion that JL it in imperatively necessary that their books should bo settled without request those who have unsettled hi call and immedi ately and save further And all those that arc indebted aro abp respectfully requested to make imme diate payment as will not to time of payment GREECE 1000 SAW WE the in Cash or Lumber and Cotton wood Saw logs delivered afe the Vinton Stenni Logs will be Haw ed on the shares io time after siun S NOW receiving his summer of AND PURE comprising the reme dies of of a assortment of genuine Patent Medicines of edged virtue Paints of every including White Lead and Snow White Zinc of unusual purity Spirit all of which are at wholesale or FOR and at prices of which no reasonable manwill com rely on their orders being filled with the best medicines to be procured in the Turin 1 THE undersigned would inform the citizens of Ce dar Rapids and that he has just received a fresh supply of GROCERIES consisting in part of 20 dried apples 20 dried pen parcels herring white cod fish every thing found at such Confectioneries of nil His is open at all hour cf the provided with all variety of crackers and pies fresh from the Ice and other refreshments served to for par and wedding cakes provided with Cedar Commercial May J AND LAST KOT WALKEll 1ms just opened in Cedar Rapids at tho largest and most stock of Gold and Silver Gold and jewelry of every gold silver and I abl 3 ever offered in this part of a good selection of as well as a host of corresponding and others which arc peculiar to the which wo will for convenience under the head of We re all to call and examine our goods before going Repairing done to order insured for one Pianos supplied to February POLLOCKS F Emigrants from Southern Wisconsin nnd Northern bound for Western Iowa ov will find this the shortest and Crossings made at all hours of i he day and April Received by the last Train VIA 1855 GREENE RE now in receipt of their fino of direct from Now anil oil for Winter embracing tho and bost of making of Uo d ond of the best aborted and mot in To tho wholesale as well retail we arc prepared to offer inducements not where to bo met We respectfully invite an examination of our sock purchasing Our nini istn our mot to small pro fit and Grateful for thn would solicit a continuance of Wo pay the highest price for all kinds of Produce vud sell the fanner his at the cash men t embraces the LADIES Silks Cashmeres Merinos In in Poplins Ginghams GENTS DRESS Doeskins j Tweeds Jeans Flannels Mackinaw and Petersham Blankets Com forts Scarfs Ladies and WHITE Bleached nnd unbleached Laces Edgings Velvet Kibbons do Silk Fringe Silk Lace and Edgings Dress Of various Wrappers and BOOTS AND Kip and Stoga Boots Hoys 3oor Ladies Calf and Kid lW in great variety Childrens of all KMO and HATS AND Of various shapes ind si AND HOSIER Enough to supply demand time to Every thing wanted by and mechanics on hand and very Crockery and Salt and Flour A constant on January yl HOWARD HOUSE 15 THE undersigned having recently new Ho is prepared to traveling public ft satisfactory His table willbe furn ished with the bost the country Mis tables arc large and Good water mid frod for horses always on a Iio in JOHN and that THE SUBSCRIBER takes picture in notifying the people of nnd ho 1ms now in store a well selected stock of bought with special reference to the of the and to which he is constantly receiving add it being determined to have on hand afull to wants of His goods were bought at low and he i bound to dispose of them at prices that fo pair tin buy Then Farmers give us a you will always us ready to exhibit our Our stock con sists in part as follows DRY Superior Black black and vsi and cotton bleached and brown Diapers and table Bed in De laines printed French AND Candles arid Golden smoking and chowing tobacco Besides a great many other articles too to A of public yl John Jr GREENE WE A Bankers and land Rapids j Bes WEARE Council Bin NOTES and Bills and proceeds promptly re mitted to any part of tho United at current Interest paid on special deposits made for over thirty FOE beautiful within of n mile of well watered arid part 6 miles from 40 prairie it g house well with 7 very town lots for of Exchange the principal cities bought and Gold exchanged at the lowest rates for Loans effected on good and town lots bought and sold on v Titles and conveyancing cor and promptly attended Vacant lands selected and entered with Land War rants or cash at any office in the Land Warrants for cash or on time constantly on Locations of Land made for distant dealers on the ihot Notes and money loaned on good v Cook A Towa Ci Peopled Now York Rogers fc New York of Bnj Chief Justine Muscat January At Wholesale now in of a Stoc U f Winfer which were carefully in of and at such prices them to to tho trading titan has ever before been offered in the interior of this embrace every variety of LADIES Dross nnd figured Plain nnd plaid French Merinos Striped Vx Ivet Prints prior French and English Doeskin and Petersham and nml Swiss Col la in and tlian ever 1 Insert Jaconet Cambric Dress Trimmings Bannets Shawls Clo Books iV it and Groceries Crockery and Glas We ay to all are in of in our and fee examine our of as wo will sell frod to or promt time as or in lii market Wo are to Country on the rca Farmer can Ilie highest price for at our yl CEDAR A jut receiving from H n larpe and k of and in part of German and American Summer f Sum mer Prints 1omio kept constantly on hand and io Al on hand a of Fresh such aa Tobacco and Turpentine and kip and Boys Lilies en f and kid Rubbery kinds of at fuir for yl V Line of Between VIA Yin ton and E AYE Cedar every Monday 7 J and arrive at Cedar Jay M leave Cedar Fall every Wednesday at 7 and next day at 4 now equipped with abl Hacks and ONE ing driver will put in for all connections with JOHN Cedar yl Dry Staple Goods Boots Shoos Ready Madb Groceries Hardware Nails Cutlery Farming Implements Clothing Cedar and the of mankind give a You will always find to exhibit our we can and will yon as if not better than our January An Intellectual and Practical or first lessons in Arithmetical By James by BrnicA Cortland Now York THE system developed in f his work is in many re and eminently and is rapidly into general To become a close and systematic requires careful discipline of mind and discipline can only be obtained by a system of instruction from tlie gradually colls into exercise its various power and this arithmetic has been prepared lay a PRACTICAL Teacher with direct reference to this important princi ple it Iff a work possessing every tho gradual of tho youth ful Finos Arithmetic is working its way into the of very by Teachers fehe bost Mental in For sale in Iowa By Enos Cedat Unp ick and by Book January RAPIDS Proprietor This House has been fitted up jf or Public nc a re ort for ois can found in 3855 yl Are manuf at Map m ns and as be obtained in i any If good stock and good will make good our shall We a dy pay JB to follow sy ill door on are f u beat yl ve i E m w yo UK TI 11 In invitino pur many of friends to renew theil io The Weekly it K necessary to say that we omit to variety to and render it in and a Family it has Wo think we have a to bo proud as well as for the pu lie fo ly evinced by the fucs our of frown to the enormous number of nnd we pee no reason why even that number not bo greatly There may bo who Froe Weekly but we should like to have them try TEEMS OF THE WEEKLY r Single copy one j copies one copies one ten copies one twen ty to one At the pride to the Clubs wo cannot direct the paper to may commence at any ray men t in advance is required in all and the paper is invariably discontinued at the expiration of tho vance Money may be remitted for subscriptions in letters at our j but the Postmaster at the place where the let ter is mailed should be made acquainted with its con keep description of the Bilk of any bank in the United States or received at par for subscription We have no Any one wishing to receive Ihe Tribune need not wait to be ow Hod upon for his All that ia necessary for him to do is to write a letter in as few word inclose the money and write the n nme of the with tho County and and direct the latter tc THE Persons residing at points where arrive cf toner than once a week are requested to examine tho We it m the cheapen oil things published in he United Single copy one two copies one j one TEEMS OF one same t i r u for Tho Tribune which wo cannot sup In editing to be his paper a single wi To CLUB We send The Weekly Trib une Io clubs of twenty or more for per annum they tiro sent to one address rf to do M when we are required to write tho of on tho Wo have tried the expor of printing cheap papere to tho are obliged to insist on the To clubs of with tho name of each subscriber writ ten on his our charge is At hose rates we cannot to give extra copies to t hope who get up and depend on the exertions of 11 w addressed to Ins mid one in addition to him p The Patriarch of America 11 now in id during it has never milked to any periodic in lie offers for 1855 attractions supanor to those of a ny former y e The Best A iner loan Authors fill our colums with the fruits of Ihei Illustrations on both Sice and have by the press to sur any oilier periodical in Amer by American and by In addition to the former of thi will bo enriched by Lhort and grave and We have added a will contain the runs and of to Our Monthly Summary of and our of New will bo a by nnd R Wo will month publish Yoca and Instrumental and a Plate of the lash Magazine is not with any other pe and being prepared for will not appear any where being a Family will take no par tin pt 1 ii sectional or religious Each num contain a Steel Superi or Wood anl Poetry by the beet Editors New and Com c In acl int the token from the most Paintings of all the Presidents of the a premium con taint ed Uni ted Sin ALo a beo u f if ul me Girard thirteen by cf Girard to tho city of nnd the ruot magnificent building in mo tinted Our are with tio purpose for which ij was Ihits Mipo b engraved tit a very was that of fho third the Cap Hoi a which is of the same the aa now ind the Capito To 1 copy one in ad 2 in i copies and 1 to or gutter up of 9 copies and J to i r Better up of A premium will given to every and ui at to the of the or two smaller With either of 7 find 1 to or getter up of club 10 copies and 1 to ceUer up of dab Club tcini li and 1 o or get ur up of club j ior one copy will lie ree yeai be sent at our ri When the a draft be if the of which may be from the sent to those detire AKD SEE HARPED The number t kites the ninth of Monthly and the her embrace the opportunity to io the Press and Ine Public for their raid J he cir culation of the Magazine now greater thai at aiy previous time fince itd publication was comm and is still steadily and rapidly yume which made it so popular will continue to bo It will aim to more el dress and at a cheaper riuo a larger amount if better than hay ever been given to the Public in any pn cither or will bj made up widi constant to and tattes of the great boby of rath er than thote of class or While it will be die endeavor in nil its to combine with in will be taken to exclude thing tbat tan give just unite of coin plaint to any in tores t or Action of evory thing can the on tire foore of or A large number of interesting and have already prepared for the next your tho of Pictorial written by the authors and illustrated by the most gifted and popular artists in for will bo continual the choicest of American and talent will be for ifc Dm in and attractiveness of its TIE UNITED STATES Now In its fifth and a circulation of over of containing with I ho cunent news from nil of tho TV of literary and Note Lift and Price rind as a now and bio each number will contain portraits of ia on the fint of fth mouth by and K r New at unprecedented low price twentyfive A valuable premium book in to getting tip a end in addition tho following premiums amounting to over on the 26th day of be awarded to twentysix forwarding between now and tho highest numbers of subscribers in their The first in money a sewing machine worth third t fourth a gold fifth and each a gold worth next each a silver watch worth next fiuch books as they shall select at publishers worth 120 100 100 20 AO THE UNITED STATES price a A splendid premium is font to eoch tin a nnd in addition ia to bo ed to tho 280 Rending the largest For further particulars Fbo specimen oB tho which will be sent on receipt of six or specimen copy of the which will Us to any one ordering EMERSON v 1 Spruce Kcw 5 LADYS POCK for evor Only 2o sen by will procure and it u richly wortn one It would be a Chris mas to send to a All that art can and money has been lavished on this and yet it is only the leader cf many more like low m due monthly the It tains ICO of Matter by the bat 03 and nine full Stod and of Colored lithograph for the Acting with are worth the oi the copy ono two TOO wo five copies one and a copy to sending the making BU 10 copies ono ami nn extra to tho fending the club eleven topics one and an extra copy to tho sending tho making twelve eia 25 The and Homo Gazette wift both bo sen t one year for Address 113 Chestnut who lies the from new volume will bo radically improved in every rva and will be on finer paper than era which qualify will continued without Many new ane popular will once be and the literary depart ment will present an array of talent and interest Un yond anything i has before The will be and by better artists than before been engaged upon the and altogether the publication will be vasily improved and Arrangements have been made for representing the year views of the most notable building and throughout tho United w well as gir ing likenesses of Mio most prominent and of artists and men of euch 113 have by their own and skill for them selves a and a In addition io various notable European scenes and occasion will tiLso be given from week to forming a illustrated Invariably in 1 one year subscribers one 10 Any sending 10 at the receive ths 17th copy Address Publisher and Corner of A SCHIEDAM who prescribe Alcoholic Liquors for give tho preference to Wolfod Aromatic It is manufactured at in awd in the factory of the by proces ses and material unemployed and It if by the repented of eminent to be entirety free from tho ious fusil of oil which remains in every kind of distilled from and which is he cause of the vous serious morbid desire for habitual and intemperate which such invariably tend to It iy proved by the same unerring tests that Juniper in I with the norid ond of juniper heretofore but more aromatic and ma of the iwo of the Italian Juniper neglected by every other It proved to be m its reel if lent Ion a quality obtained by an entirely nsw and no other Holland Gin in tho world has proved by ex tend vo to to bo an as well as an ngro re in many caees of chronic isi tho ami fever old general circulation of the dW oJ food and exhausted vital is a most grateful and renovating tund when 31 ever inflames tho or induces rather to latter by a to all inferior I i And it in variably correct the ill of bad whether in limestone In these qualities ifc rival in aay mar ket in Since the introduction cf this celebrated beverage into tlic a number of Liquor 5a New York and our other have commenced counterfeiting The genuine in only foM in quart and wrapped in yel low my name on rhu la I would advise those who uce it to purchase br the Baw and Hotels frequently my with common gin find sell it for the gen by all the respectable in will be and nothing 1 will bu Uft undone to merit Unit largo tiharo of favor with which thus far their enterprise has been are respectfully to renew The Volumes commence with tho Numbers for Jimo and December but subscriptions may with uny Magazine may of Periodical or from tho at a or as in are told at and covers are to who back numbers uniform ly at now not over eight upon each which must beMid ie three 3 Agents for tho supply Manufacturer and and Kew The Schnopp belongs to my ar and all others are in Cleveland Treat Gay lord In Jacobs Keith MUSICAL WORLD POR invariably in Two o 10 Tho of two of tho following Por engraved on mailed on a signed as the commencement of a Gallery of Portraits to be hung around every family Each on mailing his will please to state what two portraits ho To and to all persons and can be bound at tho end of tbo foi ing very choice and miscellaneous Instructive Musical Entertaining General The Musical delivered to New York and and receive the Portraits and the i numbers of the STORES v New The oldest and boa Illustrated Paper in is weekly filled with humorous a The wew ume in with brilliant features ivoy Terms a j five copies fr
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