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Bioat £itg Register rx*
lOCALAlD MISCELLAHEOUV
A thlal's amanff you tskin' notas,
bell (not 'am!
Aad, (Uth,
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
Regular s«rvica every Sabbath at tha
JJethoHint Church, on Douglas (treat, Her.
K. FLI.I.ER, Pastor. at 11 o'clock A.
ft., and 3 o'clock, P. M.
At St. Thomas' Church,
R«T.
Sabbatb,
Mr.
ur.STxrr, Pastor, on Fourth street, every
at 11 o'clock, A. M., and 6}
#«lock, P. M.
COMMCXICATIONS.
In to-day'a paper
will bo found two able letters from Des
Moines also, a communication from A
Paying Subscriber,*' who takes a sensible
VMW of the woman's rights question. If
we have any "strung-minded woman" in
our midst who takes exceptions to the
views of our correspondent, and regards
his article as throwing down the gauntlett
for discusoion, we respectfully tender the
use of our columns for the purposenf giving
the other side of the question an airing.
Also, on first page of the paper will be
found a couple of excellent pieces of poe
try, written by a Sioux City lady.
THE LYCEUM.—Ou
Disputants in the affirmative—Messrs.
Davis, Tredway and Ilunt.
Negative—Messrs. Pendleton, Hoskins,
and Smith.
Too
BAD
I—We bad hoped to be able to
lay before our readers this week the par
ticulars of a prize tight, which iu point of
scientific sockdolagers and importance to
the admirers of the Untie art. would have
eclipsed, not only the eyes of the combat
ants, but the much talked of approaching
contest between Suyers and the Benicia
Boy. But, unfortunately for us, but for
tunately for the pugilists, jujt .is the aus
picious moment had arrived which wa to
witness the shock of war, an austere mag
hope of in item.
To
FARMERS
aiienlion is directed to the advertisement
of H. A Terrv, in t--day'e [.a^er. N'oth-
inf
tasiefuilv arraoged and decorated with
shrubbfirv and dower., an I nothinc con
u e s o e o i i e n i u e n a u i e n a n
a larder well supplied with choice vegeta
bles. Mr. Terry has an excellent variety
of si-eis, sliubbnry, vines, ic., and would
be pleased to till orders for tbe citizens o!
Woodbury county.
22ND
AT
OXAWA.—Oar
and if possible we will be there to res
i wta
hands around."
JIM
has gout to
St. Louis to make arrangements to receive i ',er
b» the first boat* the largest stack of
THK OMIHA.—The
steamer Omaha has
NEXT
CHEAT.—Wood
is now being delivered
in our city for $1 25 per cord. We el ill
continue to send the Register" one year
fur
one cord of wood. Now t* tba time to
get a good paper.
IxsuaANCE.—Sea
statement of Matropo.
litan Insurance Company in today's pa
per Jon.f
CHARLES,
Etq., ia agent for
Woodbury county.
W K. HAKVKV, Ksq., Commissioner of
Common Schools in Nebraska, will please
accept our thanks for a cop/ of hi* first
annual report.
OPPOSITION.—A
large assortment of
Perry Davis' patent medicine almanac*—
containing
a
calendar for
1800—for
at this nflice. Li-t the wolf howl I
tusoNAl.—M«j. J. Shaw Gregory, U.
ndian ugent, gave us a call a few duys
ago. ile was
en route
for Washington.
We are at praient in the enjo/Mtat of
of beautiful, spring.lika weather.
JIM
Bour
MKKT
A
feller carrying off his wood should
I whale a feller if a feller could 7—
Germantown Emp.
If a body spy a body creeping rounA
his lot, shouldn't a bodv treat a body to a
load of shot?—Xorwicn
If a body wants a body his store to pat
ronize. shouldn't a bodv pay a body toad'
vertise?—Lynchburg
HOTT,
Pastor, on Douglas straot, #»erj Sabbath,
•111 o'clock, A. M., and 6$ o'clock, P. M.
At th* Presbyterian Church, Re*. Mr.
SW vn.fi $ o'tonwood $t par
LATH—{j p«r thi.u«.
istratc, clothed With th(? Of flt.ltion iux I itv A ^Hiinril Illuffx—Tue*d»v.Thur«- I
and authiiritjr of law, U.rbi.i the buns," i*' aoa^tur,j,y iv« W^lnM.lay Krlda, and
HumUv. M-.»l 1 »sen at W o chH'k, T. M. Jing
and thu« ended the fitfhf, and our th« d-«y d^jwrtnre.
and Kri-i.ty
gives to u dwelling a more checrful!
and pleasant appearance than a door yard 'l,y
i rr
o- ri-
a s s a n S i i i a n s o o a s i o n
ribtfil n* thut'ln *f|pul.iVd. »nlvt*rtiK«» tht*
..JIIIHfor in tn- 1"»lJ..win-x ni.-tninM by
pond whea our nunber it called. Ail t^i-nty iv« noti.-o ii- p«hii -ni. n innn p»p.T iuh
Huhed iti j*n»u\ Tir v. VVoo-ll'Ury roiiHty. |..wa And
u-hereas s ti I note hi« bffinn»» "ltie and pavahh*, and
default han l-t- fi mi'lf in (IIHpujn^iit "I th« same,
"Oi.B Booc has fulfilled bis eoniract' tiT•h-r'VTy"Vv"'i«','i.h'it'i"w!IVtTv'"*
for
furnishing the Yancton Indian Agency
with cirn, *it his motley, and is »lt"in to
,h»
'.r^-k IIOOM-, ..,-C-u|H.-d»*» roiirt
be tou id bemud tbe counter attending to ry rountr, lo»«. i., the h-.um
4 4'
the wants ol customers.
been sold to the Hannibal & St. Joseph K.
il. Co., and will compose one of the line 1'rcsli lieel' W anted.
iiy of March next, for
tcnoa Dapartmaet of tht* Army at this post
with Fresh 1l»vf, for tie y«ir frotn the 1st day of
of boats between St. Joseph and O.nalia
tity the coming season. The loss of the
0m tba its the Sioun City trade will be
greatly rrgretted by tbe businesa men of
this city. She is to ba commanded bj
Capt. Sttltmarsh.
Nourse's message to the Lobby members of
the Iowa Legislature. It is a rich docu
ment, aud exceeds Gov. Kirk wood'* I na
tural in common sense, aud is equally
practical in its suggestions.
SHORT POMTICAL CATKCIBM
FOB
jMiaiMiii
BOUT."—If
a feller
News.
If a body catch a body stealing bis "old
rye." should a body kick a body till a body
cry?—Cm.
Enq.
If a body catch a body stealing his
press,
Ex­
shouldn't a body seize a body aud
try to get redress.—Petersburg
Express.
Express.
If a body see a body 'propriate his kat,
should a body kick a body just for doing
that ?—Star.
If a body catch a body stealing all bis
chickens, should a body lick a body like
the very dickens?—Center
Democrat.
If a body should hear a body say, I pay
my printing bill, wouldn't a bodv stare a
body for such an expression of will ?—Ma
ryland Sentinel.
If a body catch a body stealing all his
corn, should a body make a body wish he
wasn't boru ?—June»l»ro
Gazette.
If a body catch a body totin off his
goose, should a bodv Hog a body like the
very deuce ?—Ml.
Vernon Gazette.
If a body nsk a body to take the coun
try news, should :i body say i beg you me
excuse?—Home
Journal.
If a feller finds a feller lying 'bout his
neighbor, shouldn't a feller punch a feller
with a pointed sabre.—Missouri
dealer.
Thursday evening
the question—" Resolved, That man's na
ture is good"—was discussed by Messrs.
Hudson, Yeomaus aud Lininger in the
negative, and Messrs. Joy, Hopkins, Smith,
and red way in the affirmative.
Plain'
It a body sees a body about to steal a
suit, should a body brush a body and
"drive in'' his boot.
Herald.
The Lecture on Thursday evening
r.sxt will be delivered by S. W. Swiggett.
Subject—" Moral Heroism."
(Question for debate Resolved, That
States making use of slave labor are more
prosperous thau they would hav« been
having made use of free labor."
—Rockport (MoJ)
If a body caught a body carrying ofT his
pipe shouldn't a body give the body's jaw
a wipe." Old Charles would.
SIOUX CITY MARKETS.
Corrarteil Waekly by M. TorTI.1, Wholeaala and
Kotail ilaaler In Dry Gnods, Uroceriea, Ac.
REOI^TKIt OFFISH,
Sioux
CUT,
February 11, IS*#.
WHEAT FLOL'li—$7.utlaJ"i'0 p.r barrvl
COHN MIC Al.—|l ,7i per huo.tr-d.
COKN—60c per bushel
POTATOES—SO porbushel.
linos— 1 Onjl 25 per hushal.
IIA\I— 1 1 tu-. p^r IH.
UAIAIN
li'aia.- per lb.
LA Jilt— l.wnvper
BUrTKU-UmAc p-r lb.
KU-. p
1)111 Kit AI'I'MS*- l-»lSc far lb.
DRIK.l) I'KACJIKS—l'JalSc par lb.
ll»al»'»e pnr li.
OOKKKK- li-.tlv p.r lb.
K o e
M0i.ASSKS-7Jca$l WparjaUan,
BKt.F—riali* per 111.
ir p.T lb.
ONIltN'S—*1 00 l»r hIIJill,
WHISKKV—SOraUOc.
M'MRKII-i •••tl.inwmid—fSttpW U.
I'INK—ptr thouannd ft.
(boas.
gloni City Past Ofllre R«|aUllMt,
I Mftila arrlv« *t And U^pArt from this offic# as
I follows!
Sioux rUy Kiitl Otnih»—le.iw Mcn.lny.W^dncPtUr
and Kti'l ty at A arrife* TueMiav, Thursday
and Saturday »t *», I1. Mail at o'clock.
th«» tlav or' 11
I«l l/v l»—l.e
»'l\v
M.: arrif«a Monday, Wednesday I
hy
Sept -J'J.lv,®.
VJ M. 1
Sioux City :tIMI F«.rt Do'ltf*—LMTPM HT«ryalternate
lht*vla\
ofikparttir«.
1
Monday. Mail at 9 o'clock, 1*. )f. pfttred- i
ing th« day of il-p.-
*',M
rr
SI^U* *AY atiL I'anor.I—!/•*•*»• AT 7 A.M.:
A»RIVUJI
Kri'i.ty
6 I'. M. M4MIOTUYat
at
IU RLOANW
i
RILAS. K. SMITH,
I'ef.l of
neigMbar* at:
Onaw i will celebrate the February b)
a grand Ball at Morrison's Il.itei, which ««»»»ii'i»'
promises to be a brilliant affair, Mr. M. imihI
P.M.
THE
Truster*?* £ttl«\
w
the
I1KHKAS. TUott. J. Na.U. t»n tha I4tl, day of
July. ti Da\id Moaaer, of
funty of Irf-hi^h. JUl of lVnrn» Ivan
la, hi« c«rf
Trust, •ouTeving tht*r«to the toUoHiutf
dnar- ih.-U real ft re, to wit:
Th* s.u(ti h.tif the ninth cast (juiftfr. and the
rth halt of ih» «•-uth i-a^t quarter or
orth il i sii^t 4
J, *••.t of the ..I j»rin
•tpal meridian, containing I*•*» -icie* more or nit
oabtirv
ruvs.ty,
Tru*t
hat necuriKi tbe services of the Sioux City gl. ,hl.|mrp..^,.fxecutcd
and ever* other arrangement for the Ball i**"- th»of hundred nnH •isthty
"l»ll«r«. piT:il'l^ one vear from ilsle. And. whrrean,
Will b»* equally complpte. We acknow I ai.| |I..H,1of Iru-t, l.y its fornix, directs and aulhoi
We acknow
nentar ticke
led^e the receipt of ucomplimentary ticket
Iowa. J*aid l»«*«*l *»r
haTintf b» an by th«* iMti-J TUoj».(i.
^-uiin.-1- MI^I-W, whit..
'11"r.'
1 i 1
i -p j- i i i e i i o u a- i a 7
mi**- ii 'tB. rxfi-ut -il th« I »th it.iv or Jul,, A U
r* l,'e
M"
1
vnnt nf thfn »n-pHyinent «f hf ah'»v«* d«»
LIrt
,. A a
jus: t-i:». .-rth» l»i»tii.-t «',.U.,u«.-.lurinu1the
ru:,rf4 A i..
of W«M
isn-i, .,!„i t"
MI* HIJI-ST
,u"*'rii»d
,. i ao.'orlin to th«'proT^iotm oi anid l»e of Trust and
cenei ever brought to gionx Cuj. bo to th- |.ur.-ha*-r of «hi.-»t 1 «ii an TmstN «.r Mid
mii» if KA premian* fXwH'f a dwd th»,'««»t aa authorised aud
IB Cl We «mpo*er«^ hy caid IVed ol 'J'runt.
hate! this K»th luv rf hir«*tnbeT. A. P.1K50,
I'AVll o. Mi»S9Klt. Truatae.
By r» o.
XV 'bitiKJ.iN, Att'y.
Th-
WKI-.K we will publish Governor
Wood! Wood!! Wood!!!
rJ^IIE
nnderalgued ar* pr«pared aell au4 dallvar
Twa llaMred CtHli
la any part of th* city, at fair rat»«.
A««.n—3» JA(«. A.SAWTimta*.
Sperlal Notica.
have
positive Inst'iictloop
Nor. M.ltW. mtf AfenU.
Rotlce
18Barney
hereby give
day b*'t*n appdnt*-d AdmiitUtr
that th und**ralfned ha»a thli
nt* AdmiitUtralorii of tba estate
of H»«»n«*y, diT^aRfd, of 1'iymouth rouitty,
Iowa. Any p«iionH hatiug clalnta aifainet aaid ea
lata, are required to file tb«* iinni according to law.
A N N K O O N K Y
*ale
Grealay among tha Mormons
ID NOT PRODVCS half lh« aenattioa Mne^ the Batata, tli4 the arrival of
the steamer Florence'' with
J. A. SAWYERS & CO.'S
MAMMOTH STOCK OF GOODS,
ASHaf th* Ocmtllas sf Stows 4Jt^*
r:
We have ju«t rafalrad par itaamar Floivnra" ana sf larjant atoeks of gssls mr
City, lncla*io( aasry kind ofMwchandlaa needs* la the Wast: Our stock af .j
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, SATTINETTS, TESTINGS,
READY
HATS AND CAPS»
BOOTS AND SHOES!
A gvnsral ourUaent of SUpls anil Fanr
I,U.
at
ir.,-k, A
i M.. aud oyclfv'k,I*. M., of Monday the 27th day of
»-ia
pimm-rii. ,ind i-»r t*i» pur
poM th r*»iu «t torth. of s i niu li of ml pretnin^^ as
gro
i "h»it ««n»i» nid n«i( «i-h iiii«rwt up t« day »»i-.
3w2S
,h
Au.'uflt. t-igh'tfu hundred and aixty.
lb** prt»jK»s tls Ihu* will le forwarded to
th*1f'«»inrn tlpn^ral SuK«ii»ten- e for hli con
aideratinn aud action thereto.
A. A V «. r«M*rvfa the ri.'ht
to r»joet
toy or
all (ha bids -#m**d l»y hltn unreaaonahle. and
The prop iftnl must forth fh« price p**r pound
for wh». th« Hwf will ha rieHv.-r-d h*r» with the
conditiotm nnd limitations pre*aorih»-d h*r»*tn. and
t^^Hui Kiaf-nra INt'ul.tti- nx of t|,M Army. anl tr dl
mcWd "T th« A. A. I'nited Ht ttea Army, at
Knrt Kandall. N. T.." with the wotda, 'TropuutlB fur
Beef*' ai*roa* tha end" of th** etvelnpe
JVTCN
ft.ES-—" Who settled Virginia?" "John
Smith.'' "Who unsetllcd Virginia?"—
"John Browa.'' "Who settled Jobn
ttrowu 7" Virginia."
Uflloe of tbe A. A.
C. 8 K »rt Kandall. K. *.
JTKIMIKN I). LKK,
Jen'it
1M. icit ft K. (•. 4th Aftv^
|TrlpUcate.j A. A,4.1.
Y O O S
JEWELRY
EMBROIDERIES!
WINDOW-SIIADES
RIBBONS!
PERFUMER*!
TRIMMINGS
no
tne|Tnlier of CoTj^reM "hall be allowed any share In
i a droutract.
Tht* !Wf \s to delivered at thla In quar
tera, «n e«|ual proportion off and hind (ne*kt and
fhanktt MK'duded) at M»«*h tim**« »nd in eu quattti
thw aa th- A A. t'.S. »r th ti»ne b-flnte ahall re'^uhe
—ii"t Hxt-aeitiug thrice In vurh ueek, paymout to b«»
mid* montltiv, aa far it* ptarM^aMp.
MADE CLOTHING!
Is th* flnaat am offaradJn this market, and of varlatlas and priccs te salt the Most fkstXleat. We »eaM
aafacisllyjsall tha attantlon of tha IsdJas to our flna assortment of
LADIES DRESS GOODS!
Imbracing soma o tba lataat stylas of
Wool do Lainea, Cashmerea (Eng. &Fr.), Coburga and Xoaslin de Laines.
AT.no
BCorliio v eatai, Boods, Hosiery,
Our aasortmant of Ladlaa' and OeistlenscM*a Shawls is Isrga and ooaplata.
LadlM «M Misses Rkeletos Skirts fl»r tk« Mim^w {j
Havtag ea btidjnar Ally ISSII ef
BOOTS AND SHOES,
W. wo furnish (our customers with a good article, at the very LOWEST figures!
BABY SHOES, AD IBFIHITUM!"
ooa ataca or
Hardware, Hats aud Caps, Crockery, &c., &c.,
Are full and cotnpItU, and aisortments good.
O E I E S
Of all ki«d«—•leapt Vorty*iod and "Tatflrfbot" wkitkey—indudlaf
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA, RICE, TOBACCO. STAR CAVDLKS. SOAP, fasey aai
coauuon PO«K. BACON, MACKKUEL, COD FISH,
DlilED FRUIT, SALT, *«.
varjr auparior articla at
S A I N I O U I S O U
O V S E S
Onr pri«-c» ar^ low. and a* Inva aJ ipt^d tha !•.%%' ,AS YOt' it stem, wc want eithe-i
the Ca^h or it* for ev**rv dollar'* worth of joti Jt futl.l (lor tti»«»m»r«, to avoid a vi
answer t« an Important Cfcueatton, will pl«a rameiMb«r the
New AdTertisemeot.
»itern»«»
n a i i 9 u u k I
prwedlnu
o'clock,
P. M. the^iav .f'itpart ure.
8ioux
ify at- i Fort Hatnlftll—p ev*»ry Monday
morning til i at U o'clock I1.M. preceding
day of tlepirture.
GREAT REDUCTION IN FRICE8
tmdemi ncd having Utelr rwcivad l«rf» ad
ditions "f
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
to their ••xte-nMT* nirwk, t«k»- thw nnwle t- Infnrm
th»* pnhli- that thi't an* ri"« offntinj thfir entire
stork Ht fiiire* ttiat wil! t»("iii»U all w «nt to
putrha^v anything h. tUfir I in#. Th«y will from thin
day on aell their KOoda tor
O S A N A I A E
O I N
Gents Furnishing Gtxxls
NOTKi*S»
Aim a large etock of
Window-OUsa, Door-Looks, Saah, fte.
which they will aall at
I S 0 S 1
rhry V'pe the pu^llr will consult their own intereat
and rive tln-m a mil l»for«' pur ha4|ii|t. and convince
thnnaelvea of th** truth of the a hove atatouientt. Tba
ire**!* uiuit, and will heaold tomake room for a naw
•tork hy n«xt fall.
No Trouble to Show Goods
Store corner of Third and Pearl afreet,
•IOVX
ClTVf IOWA.
TEH MS CA8II, without deviation.
Bloux City. June 10,1B6».
from t^*r Dobnqua
A l'a« Iflr Callroad Coiiipany to proaocnta to
the full fxtem of ttm l.iw. all p*r«nft who are ktiowu
to .'tit thwker on the fnmpuny a landa Slid l»#lnK
aware that nu -li •ifpr| tionK have Itecn rrtninltetl,
w»i warn 'til p^rnnnft f»*oui Ing ao In future, an w«»
vliall without fall put our inatructtona luto eaat-u
tlop. BOtflsKR k IKtXMti
i ....
JAMKS DllKMIOT,
Aain
(loux City, Duo. 10, ls:,«. 21*4
European Exchange.
At
1 am prepared to draw titret't on all the princi
pal o Kn^iHiid, Ireland. S*i»tlaud, Kranre,
(i«rrnao.
J'HiJr.*-rlftnd,or
any i»ib«r country «»f ICa
rope. p»ram» denirlntf toiumd nionnv to Ihclr frhtuds
Iu tb»* old ''"ui»trj. will find it to their interest to
pur^haae drafts of me.
Paaaajca tickets fmcn Liverpool, Drvman, llain
horgs Antwerp and Harm to NVw York for aula.
0KO. WKARE, Hanker,
a«f- 4 r|oUi (Hy, lown.
JAS. A. SAWYEBS & CO.
NOTICE TO FOREIGNERS
Jfersons desiring to send Money and
Packages to Europe, or go
their themselves!!
fAM
NOW I'H KP A I LL at all time* to furn lab
Sl^bt Draftp
nu\ .nntunt.
or of tny filae, aa I
aw direct upon all (ht piiiiripal iiu'sof
Knglatid. Wnlra« SrotInnil, Irtltndb
»wltirrlniMl. llrlKinm, Holland
and (irruiau)
Or any other Couutry of Europe, and will aell at
I Chi' .i«o rai«*s.
IWinr the A cent at thia p)a*e for the "OLORK
KXHKK^S," New V«.rk City, I oflVr |«-uliar adran
i Uf»•« to person* wUhin^ to aeud f-r. »r viait their
frleit.is in tha Old ountrv. I witl turui^b pa^cage
tlekrra by Pt«am» ror Matlir»ir
Vet»el,
PEOPLES* MEAT MABKET!
Frcah Meal for the Mlllloat I
T1!!K umloraisned bejra l»-ave to Inform thecituena
1 I UT City and vMnlty. that he ban -*Y
p?ned meat market In th
1 uildintr I'enrl *treet. lately
upii- I I V
it --pl»INL.
whtrrt
wul be pt«-pared at all tune* tu furui-h
The Best Quality of Meat,
at thf I,
w,~t
].rii-i'»
-it
.1 t.i• it ran
tu-
w»y» for
DRY
A. HAAS ft BB0.
N. B.—Fura, Dry Illdea, ard Gauntry Produea te
kan In axchanfta for Kvxta.
Mtf All goods warrant#*! aa re|
pRIME Ho. 1 lUekwoL So per lb.
Ho. 1 Balaton, 16c
Ho. 1 White Piah, 80
H*. 1 Cod Tub, 7c
At MILT0M TOOTLE'S.
•leas CMp, Ost, 30, ISW.
SIOUX CITY
JEWELRY STORE,
Ptiarl atrcet, llsex City, I*wa.
1Mlw
IIAVK
hund
good
wortBnl of
niixi llmat l'ln«
Kriwlrlns uf
&
mm
O. BOOUK.
St. Leu la, Me.
do.( Sko
.(Turin] -»1-
r:m!i. Maluit ilctvi-niiiiiH] tuwll
unthint but
t«*t artirte of Iiifat. »i,J *oik f.,r th*
lnt*re*U M! hu ru.t.aii^rp up well *m hi. own, lis
hop«H te rvreire
a
liberal |wtriua^».
l=gflRK W. IIAV1LAHD.
Sbna City, 8apt. tu, IM-tf
SIOUX CITY
HARDWARE STORE
OF
A. CiKOMAGEtt.
JrsrTTKK
ItWBTfH S «np»rlor lot nf OT4TEJL
I
MINK
and
KAT THAPS.
GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS
81IOK!},
Groceries, ProTiaions, QaeeuKaro
A W A
Mfer offered In Moai City, at
Oet6 W1LTO* l-OOTLR B.
Diuolntion of Co-Fartnemip.
K ItuKiiifM firuiN
heretofore exi*tin« under tba
name* and afy lea of Kroat, Todd A.Co. Fm*L
Twid
k
AU4a»oQ. and D. N ln»l
k
Oo/ara be re by
dlanolvs*d Ky mutual content.
I. M. frost ia autboriicd to collect tha Mis, sad
dtH Uf tba
IMUIDMI
uf tha
HI-DIS.
I. KKOST,
J. ii. s. ronp,
E. 0. ATKINSi)*,
LKW18 H. KENNKRLT.
Koranbar 12, tSM. 4«i
im
Nebraska f'lirrrnry.
1JANK OP DrSOTO, PO.\TKSELLI
X) BANK, Neutaha Valley Hank, and H'eatern Ki*
ewnye Mre Marin** Inenrnnie (\mpany currcy
purchased, at
the
(told nod
Wili kw. slso
thld
sad Bllfir
anil
Knr Kln*«, U»ld
Watehas
will b*
sttandsd
to
KM In a mostskUIAil
Hanking and Agenty oflicc of
liKOUUHf WNAHK,
ipf Sleui City, Woodhury Co,. Iowa,
A ttlrl Wan tea
1VNIDUTELY«IUdK«n«iralhouncvnrliftn
nkalai,
Os-
MackleaM
and 11,
SMBBST.
linns City, May «, 1**»
H. I.
JACCARP.
t" a small
family. To ««n-h a ona, villi KI CI1 rwoaimruda
tlona. iiiiod *t|» ba glraii. Kiiqutra or
lec.
il.
1S69.
aad
(il4 DRUM, LO«K«LIS 4l«EU HUB,•**.
JUOS U.
CllAULU.
J.m
BOOOB
•laux City, laws.
He a BOOGE Jk.CO.
n IriMhMls and KaUlt
I i/i
1
L,
O E S
Produce Dealers!
FC Smu
City, w F'l
i
:M
ILL JAY CASH
FOR BEEF CATTLE,
fit. D* Buuge & Co.
FOR CORN.
H._D. Booge & Co.
FOR BUCKWHEAT.
H. D. Booge & Co.
II. D. Booge &€o*
H. D. Booge & Co.
FOR POTATOES.
H. D. Booge ft Co.
FOR DRY HIDES.
H. D. Booge & Co.
FOR GREEN HIDES
H. D. Booge & Co.
FOR FURS—AH kinds.
ova aom a
A S U
-FOR 8ALE—
Sugar—at
an I trom
l.lvtTfMK tlas:*'W. t«alw» London. Ilanit ur-,
m«*n. Antwerp. Havre, t'alifornia and Australia.
Thn**. wi*hina to w»nd fr^m or receive at thia
place pa^kairrft of iothinc, Daguerreotype*, rijurfi.
Ac., CHU du *o through TIN? Kxprt.«», at Terj cheap
rata«.
OK»ROK WKAUK,
H. I,corner of6ihai D.-n^Uf «treet«,
uext door to I.and Offlca,
siou\ rity, Iowa.
Soap—at
BOOOE GO'S.
Molasses—«t
BOOOK A GO'S.
Hams—at
•eon* ors.
Side Meat—at
booqk oo*
Shoulders—at
BOOOK A GO'S.
Fbur—at
BOOOK A CO'S.
Cora—at
BOOOI A CO'S.
Rio Coffee—-at
B00BB *001!
Tea—all kinds, at
BiKXlF. ft GO'S
Tobacco—10 kinds,
BOOUK CO'S.
Cod fish—at
BOOOB A CO'S.
Mackerel—at
BOOflK A CO'S.
aoocw*oot
Candles—at
MtHlflH.
Matches—at
•0061 A CO'S.
Prairie, do—at
UOOGK CM
Whiskey—at
BOOGK A CO'S.
'—at
Gin—ml
B0(XIL
Beer—at
A clink,
rlety of
0. Woetenholin's Celebrated Cutlery,
#an Tulwa, 8hol, l'awdar. Caps, Candla itlck, Ac.
THE LARGEST, BEST,
——A»n
CUAPIIT I TOOK
of
REMOVAL
A
BQ0G1A CXTS.
Powder—at
BOOOB A CO'S.
Shot & Caps—at
BOOOE A CO
Wine—at
BOOOE A CO'S.
Soda—at
BOOOI A OOV.
Own Wads—at
te.
Tor Ml* rhaap. A. OKOMNOKK.
OctW 8i- n of tba Stlll-aaw.
BOOM A COt.
Saleratus—at
BOOOE A CO'S.
Viuegar—at
BOOOI A CO S.
Indigo—at
BOOOB* 00t.
Raisins-wet
•OOOIAOO*
Prune*—at
BOOOB *oo*s.
Figs—at
MOHAOn.
Glass, all kinds—at
BOOOB A 00*S.
Nails, all suees-^at
loooum.
AM S PMMl tSMNMSt
sf
sit
Mads Sf
O E I E S
Wa foliate that for Merchant to b«
•rKKfir instead of rvusic to a curoni«.
oily, he shuulii puri-hme
All Kinds of Produce
That tha Farmer brings to market, and
w# will try and ilo so.
CHAB. F. BOOOE,
j«lyT-5J Geoeral Afwil
STORJI tH^ S^-
F. Buckrucherj
1
iWHt i w
Has base fswwa le stew we «e
PEARL STREET,
trmarlj
oecuplad by 0. farrla, where all |—Il Issa to
bay
E A O O S
At* taftMl U srtt, a* to *W rostttralf srtt #scds
CTEAPEE THAN EVS&
BafbrasaM la Stout Ottr.
!(aMMnlg( th* bsavy loss saatalnad by th*
nasi burning of oar *stabUhmsnt, oar stash ef
DRY GOODS,
FOR OATS.
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
FOR WHEAT.
QUEEXSWARE,
BOOTS AND SI10ES,
CAN A DRIED FEUITS,
Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac.
Ia full and aaaortmant (rood, md our old friends and
cuatom#r« are vrapeotfully Invltad to give ut a call
bafora purchaalng «lae«bara.
bi «*rs*Mk af Mtt OOOBB «tt ba *»n4
Oents' Furnishing Goods,
Beady Madp Clothing,
Hats and Caps,
Blanket*.
Flannel,
Ticking.
Ladiaa Dress Gkods!
Of erery atyla and Tailety,
TU« halnf one of
the oldest eatahll*l^w«ita on tba
Mf«isourl. It |o«aan»es superior faHWIeafcrtbe
a« -"iutno,latlon of huyt-rs. The g'v.d- flr» all
and fr*h. and purchaaera can left a»ured that in
buying at our eataMUhmeut they will get good arti
cle»
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
WAKTED-DRY HIDES & FURS
Of al' l^-*ri|itinr(t, f..r whirh the hi^het pri^e will
W paid in cash or produce.
Give us a Call!
F.
T. K I N K A I
(Ona door Wast of Pearl ftostln L- Taa.)
SIOUX CITY, IOWA,
Wholesale and Retail
BCAUMt N
Groceries & Provisions
PIXE LUMBER!
CO*.
aooeiAOPB.
Poor*. 9a«h. Blindo, Pine 5blngta». ke. FLOL'K
thw teat St l.oula brsnd*: au^ar tu ed llama.
Pickled Pork. Claar sttdea. ted fruit, Uold*
an Syrup, teuton S rup, I u-1»« idar Tin
afar, itiil the U-«t Li juoi f« Ma
dit-inal rurpo^K. iiu'kfta and
Brians. K. j»** r.ippintf Pa
per and Twln*. Caudle
Wiokiurf, Mar «t»4
Tallow aodUtf
l.adh-x
and
^hPlen^
PhU-tii
Ba)t« Mrmtn.Caa-Leather
tile. Toilet and Sharinp
toapa, Saleratus. Ua^inc
Powder. Staroh. IVpper ground
and unc'-ound. ^!j»'eh«-* and Shoa
Blackln(t. Mi* l.ac»-s Pin^.llndia Ituh
bar O-nths, Stnokinir ainl 'h. wing Ttd»aeco
fa anperior •lu.ility. Itlo Java aud Mft*
rho Coffe*. Prime brown ami« runhed Su' ar, Ruttar
5oda and Sugar Cracker4, tiff*. Kainin.i.and th«» beat
Ftigliab Curranta, Caudiaa and Nula of all kiu4*.
A W A E
Indow fbadea In (treat variety. White Lead. Oil,
Varnlab, Turpentine. Paints of al) eolors ground in
nil randy for uaa, Yellow Ochre and Parlagrean,
POWDER tad SHOT!
Bar Land, liun Cap*. Stationary mid Wrltlnff Flnld,
Quinine and Smyth's Tonic for fever and airua.
Patent Medi*in*« of
«lifT**retit?*yrup
PIONEER
STOVE STORE
AKD
N S O
S I
ft
S I V A I
Paat Ofllec BalMlaf,
Wkeep
OULD rsopaetfully announoa in tha t(|(fHI
Northwestern Iowa. N«bra»k» and Dakota that
Ibey always on hand a good assortment of
000KIHG, PARLOB AVD BOX
STOVES.
Our stock of Cookiag Stovas aonslstat#
Okarter Oak, Valley Foree, Sfcffcg*
hai, Plymouth Rock, Prize Pre
mium, Arctic Premium, Gold
en Harp & Parlor Cook,
Which we will sail cheap for CUJV
oatad 4j* a to suit the tlmee.
TIN AND JAPANNED WARE.
k
good assortment always on band, which tr tada
In tbe moat durable mnnnar.
Eve Trough. Conductor Pipes, Tla
Roofing, &c.
Done on abort notice and reasonable tarma.
Don*t forget—One door north of tha Poat Oflaa
Douglas street, Sioux City, Iowa. [vlnl
.MKTEOI'CII.ITAN"
Fire Insurance Comp'y.
OF NEW YORK CITY.
Cnsll Capital—*300.000, with lar(*
Stuplua.
JAMES I.. GIL
AIIAM,
CHAKLK8,
Prut.
E. A. STANSiil'UY, .Wy.
W. B. LOIN Bill'11Y, l-enoral Agent,Chkaf*, III.
Policies iFaued withaut delay, by JOHN* If,
Agant fbr Sioux City and vicinity. a«l$
SILL & BO WEN,
DGHTIIILKRS
Drilling.
AXU HKT riPIKRS
I.I- HiK
Old Eagle Whisky,
PL'RE SPIRITS AND ALCOHOL,
Will k«*ep the ab^r® -"-nxtantlr hand nnd fbraala
tSat. Louis COUNCIL BMTFS.
no%-»»—lypriras.at ?ILL St UOVVKN.
n*w
HARPER S MAGAZINE.
MohK
'I'll V y HI NIK11 AM»
TWK.VTT
Thousan 1
Copina arv now iwued of this num
b«r Harper's New Monthly Mh^a/ine
Ti suctVfrs t• \th -h th«« hiitorv Perlnjjral f,|t
eratur alT«»r's r» parnliet, has Iw-f n a hler«»d and
la nta lii.-tintaioed, without a *ib«rai •r.'i
,.nr*»
of ea-li N unib-T uf the M.iea?.i ae.
By a areful an.!
BUCHRUCKER.
Bkrax Ottjr. Decani
bar 10, 1SS9.
ot
labor auu money The 'tmple Jeuiun-mtjan ff»Ted
by tlu» Publistier-i ••nahie* th^m to secure the -e«l
prolu« ti«.»»i* «.f th«* in*'ft ao^ouiplish^il Autb .rii and
Artist* ..t the rountrv. t« wh ra a? -east Th»-»-« lb a
aand I .liar* are paid tiie l*itter an
1
KIh-i
»i« ^lertion fro»-n theahun*
dant inatrriaN thv^ pini-ei at th»*ir diaj-ofa., ti^a
Publish**).« bf!i«-vethat tht-y batppr^lucd. and con
eitntinue pro.luoe a more attractive and rt«e'»t
Ma^HAitie thau ha« evtr bef ri' l^ewti fTWre.l to tlie
ur*-at in.tsjt («t' tbe
Amei
i at: read In: puMic. Among
thn re.'ul ir writer* for
*l\„ man? r.r»
tiuiu^erod
tb*» ino^t •li'.tino'uihlit-ii Aui*»rioan autl.orn but tha
Publisher-* refrain fror.i antmuncin^ a iUt i xu*.trl
but- rs, do«*irf»u^ that the a tielan WK»uld
\.
aa-
timated the^owti intrinsic merit* rather tban by
tbe iianiee of the Auth.-r.
One Upy one Year, |8.09
Two 6.00
Three or mora copiaa for ona year vaaab) ^,40
u iu
DAKOTA CITY POTTERY.
MI»K
/IKI.I
i
I
Ki-KiniiT.
Ciry
U.-
Dakota
P-ttf*ry. t.tke th# pr.^n! -rtunUy of
Maying lo the tivrchaut* ati-l putiic c-n-^'ly that
they iii *tntinu«* iu tii«* busiut-** aa hfrr!-i and
having in their lariliti**-. sre ^nalle-l t--man*
ufiictura a lartf'T mi* unt of «t.inewnr", sr I th»
beat qu.ilit'/. tui nin thanks tbe lii-*»rai |-at
roua^*« bestowal
upon
kinda. In fa«d eeary
thing kept In a Unverv and Provision ator*- 1 baea
ao com** one and all. and eiamlne my Mr»ck before
pttrebaslng alaavbere, aa theae goods are all
Fraili fram the ClnelMH«ll Nurhat I
and aaleeted with ear* and bmicht fir cash. 1 fowl
antlafied 1 aan give good aatl*(bot|ou to
all tboaa who
will fkvof ma with thair cuatom. Hamembar tha
place—
One door WtHof Pearl st fronting Levee.
T.
t.
K I N K A I
1st tt,
IMS.
Ilaui
the old brtn, thf.v r*?^»-
tfuily
«olb'it a "onittiu.«n€'»« of the same for the ii«*vc. *nd
they «iil endeavor to retain it by prompt execution
of their orders. *hii-b th«-y Ul carefully atteud at
all time*. iiiv*» tin-\u a. all.
Blik.it.i
r-itsr. \.
r.
V-I.11.
l«f« -tf.
I'rolt'MMionul Xotire.
NOSWAY KOBI\»()\ Iirai-tieas In tha
I supreme t'ourr the lUitel Mates. letter*
taiui will b* dire'*lad to U'aehin^roa City, jail
"REGiSTEir
SVXammotli
BOOK AND JOB
PRINTING OFFICE,
POST OFFICE BUILDING.
SIOUX CITY, IOWA.
By tbe eonnolfdation of the KaiLt an Btaibraa
office* wa have secured
tba baat,
In
Ctwawara, Window Olaas snd l*utty,
PAPER HANGINGS!
moat
aiUuMTe aaaortmant ol
?arkad and
Printing Material*!
tka WorfbW*alk wMA, wHfc H^ilaasgaa
practical printers enable us to ai«ruta
ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING!
In a nfyla not tn t« aarpawil hy any othar
law*.
L. C. SiKBORN. j. I.. FOI.I.BW,
8ANB0R1 ft POLLETT
A KB piaparad to ftirnlah at tha akortaat noMs*
ottonwool Lauiber of all deacrlptlmia al|g|§
good aaaortmant oH»ak, Walnut and Maple.
Oak and Cedar Feitea Poata»
Sawad or split, and aeanonad fence picketa. Tlwlr
mill la auppllad with the beat
Shingle and Lath Xaohinea,
Which »nablaa tham to fui iilth a »up«rlnr articla af
thaaa llnds ol lumbar, l'ln-ir mill i.« al ha mouth
of I'arrjr craak,«h'ra thav will ba haw) tu a«a thuaa
In want at an}
Lhtug la tbalr Una. Prleaa raasou*
Ms. jang. «,1SM -ly
COKCMT BlUi,
BII.I.S or LADI.NO,
CIIKIK8,
P08TKKS,
KMN
wast of th* Mlwimlppl Our ofllea, la a-ipplad with
ona of
RviinL«i' c«lvlmtad
A larfa asaortmaat
•MtlSM,
I S K
MWMHM.
RILKI,
CITS,
AT.,
And «f»rjr dracriptlonMd quality «T
PBAIA
aan
VAVCT BTATIOHKHT.
HAND-RIM^,
IIR01I.AR8,
DKAKTS,
PAMMflKtt,
lKf:i)9,
HKCK1PT*.
Ki.rciia
BU I. IHAM,
And all
kinds
'Plata aad^Oraaveatal f^jptiat!
W
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