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J. L. Dana, Attorney and Land Agent.
Jas. S. Frazier, Attorney and Land Agent.
John Scott, Attorney and Land Agent.
C. D. Berry, General Land Agent.
R. H. Mitchell, Surveyor.
W. G. Allen, Surveyor.
D. J. Norris, Surveyor.
V. V. Adamson & Bro., Druggists.
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES.
T. J. Adamson & Geo. Child.
J. H. Talbot.
Wm. Margason (Story City.)
O. D. Russell, Dry Goods and Hardware.
Bell, Aldredge & Co., Dry Goods and Groceries.
W. W. Moore, Dry Goods, &c., &c.
Frazier & Cessna, Dealers in Furniture.
CHURCHES AND CIVICS.
M. E. Church meetingsservices by J. F. Hestwood, Pastor.
Presbyterian, new school; services by B. F. Stewart, Pastor.
Central Iowa Lodge No. 104, I. O. O. F.; meetings every week.
Nevada Lodge, U. D. of A. F. & A. M.; meets at Masonic Hall.
Nevada Star Lodge of I. O. G. T.; meets weekly.
HARDWARE DEALERS, ETC.
Alderman & Rhodes, Hardware, Stoves, etc.
Smith & Harrison, Boots and Shoes.
Smith & Westlake, Shingles and Lath.
Geo. McDonald, Carpenter and Builder.
John Scott, Lands for Sale.
John Scott, Monev to Loan.
E. C. Evans, Timber Lands for Sale.
The Nevada brass and string bands will give a musical entertainment on the evening of Tuesday, February 22d, (Washington's birthday), at the Cumberland Presbyterian church. Chants and glees will be performed by amateurs. An address on the character of Washington, from a member of the band may be expected. Single tickets, 15 cents; double tickets, 25 cents. Family tickets at reduced rates. Doors open at 6 o'clock; music at 6½ precisely. 'February 9, 1859.
The following letter was written for the Story County Aegis about twenty years ago. The Aegis was published at Nevada by