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Wo. 15 Pearl Street,
"At the old ttand of A. 11. AppUtm.
fltt* auhacrlber having parcfcassds portMiefSMi
Jt stock of
DRTTOa,'
BOOKS STATIONERY,
the ibn»» mentioned atore, proposes to eontlnne
Aa'l.ualneaa.
Dr. A. M. HURT
will ha foand at all times ready to wait on matov
an. A shsre of patronace te reepectfnlly aollelted.
CHARUEI KBIT.
KMoui City. Feb. 2», ISttU. em
$10 REWARD!
A 1NY penoD finding and bringing to my ofleatha
MEGRCULLN PIPE
that waa areirtsntnlly taken from BIT counter coma
throe w«ki alnee, will receive tha above reward aod
tbethanka of
»ah. IS. JOIIM H. CHARLES.
Sergeant's Bluff Nursery.
TO OVE AND ALL
WIff)
wish In tranaplant FIlftT TKKKatfeeen*
iiing Spring. The nnderaigned haa a foil
supply of lh« besl varieties of
Grafted Fruit Trees,
frown h*w, in4 tb«r#fora K elimM«d to
thla latitude of the right siaeaad aja ft»r
transplanting. which hewlllsvll chttp. All orders
AIM with promptness.
THOMAS ROfcKKOli
jjjrpt—nfi Bluff, Mareh 3,1M0. 31tf
L. C. SANBORN. J. FOLLICTT.
SANBORN
ft
FOLLETT
REpiepa'sd to furnish at lb* short.-it notlrv
Cottonwi ol l.U'nlwr of ail descriptions aiaoa
sssortuieut ot »)ak, Waluut aud Maple,
Oak and Cedar Fenet
Poitl*
or split. and •MMnottml fenee pickets. Tkitit
Hill is supplied with the b*et
Shingle and Lath Machines,
WM ena Mm tham to furni*h n superior article ef
Aindse! lumber. Th-ir mil) is at the mouth
af Perry cre«k. *h» re they a Ml happy to see
jauir 4. ISM—ly
MKTKOI'OMTAX
Fire Insurance Comp'y.
OP NEW YORK CUT.
Cash Capital—$300,000, with
tturjiltia.
JAMES L. OR/®AM, JWfc
E. A. STANSliLllY, &cyl
W. 1. LOUNSBURY, General Atmt,CfclMffft,M-
jpgr*Policies Issued withaut delay, by JOHN H,
C^f»HLlC8,* Agent for Woux City and vicinity.
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RFINILAR
SICUX CITY & ST. LOUIS PACKET
-r^ TIIK FINK I'ASFKVGKR PACKKT
O E N E
,"*
e
opening of n*Tl/ation. raauma her
|R|MPOiU Tht Hannibal
and Ht. Jo»rph
OM All A C'apf.
EMIMK apt. I. u Hnru'r.
MOIXK, apl.tuliait.
TO RI'N AP A PACKtT LINK
ll^TWERf .Toappb nnd Omaha, making
Jf tbrtM* t'ipsi*A-h week. A trip vili be wad*
Wi:lkly to
S I O U I Y
If tli* patron*** will mrr*?it, •hi# will run a
rt)pi«r lirif tltroQich lb
1
MMCII NO pain* ^il! Je
•purfl jf:T# to trer-l as»«l I ufi
Th»' »«t fiviiht a« paKM^ewlll a'w«ysbe
#«Kvr bv tbi lia a« "v anv ofb^r. Tf you d*«lre ft
LINK, it vo'ir anpp »rt.
T. K. HAYtt AKi. Supt,
Cbpt. K. lUuull al, Mo.
tJai/l l'a« Aif't.St Jtfeph. 32tf
Tho Steam Ferry Itoat
LEWIS BURNES
11.1. it ititf tbe joatiug aecaoo, continue to
r«T. 1 tw—n
«IOt'X CITY AMI)
TIIK
COVIWiTOI¥t
For the trannfiortatkon r.f TKOIH and KttEfiiMI
A am all I-oat !vr IfM-tm.-n rutin In/ all h«»ui •.
k II MYAKD.
Ilirli it. ism tf#
SILL & BOWEN,
I)'
Old Eagle Whisky,
PURE SPIRITS AND ALCOHOL,
Will k*«p the above rnntfantlv rn lianl aad foraala
at St lxiul« prk«, at COUNCIL III.IKFS. Iowa
noTUR-ly
HILL A B'JWKN.
Tl-tr|",tBo^rd
of Ilrwt«T« of lii»tr!t T^wn
phipofStnun
City. Iii th*
••oiinfv
"f Wo ./]l.uryt
•n4 Mtaif* "f [owi». hereby iripuMic iiolk^ that
Warrant* No. 1»4. !(».', l«/7. for tb« itim of one
thoii^nni dollars and Warrant* No 1»8, toy,
llll. in. 112 ard in th»- nun of five hundred
dollars vach. Irnwn rn tbeSrt.o«l fund^f,
Mid I'i-trirt ar.l Uted March ^d. 1'"'-.
and
Atid all person* hr: h*T»*bv eautloned end warned
Pur basing saiJ Warrant*
II IIAfllV.
W 11 HI IKLHH'
AH. A ilAWVCIta,
Blatriot Board of Dlrpoinrr Iiii-t I wnaiblp
of Woux City, in tbe u'u1.1* of lb«ry,
M" I' 1 »'Hi l'i' Stat, of Iowa.
I'r-«h lleef Wanted.
-MtlOPOSAI.S will lie teoelTol .1 thl. nffl^e
t' up t»
l.4
oil tb» riUtday of Merrh next, ler
8ubsi t-n-lep.\rtmH* tbt Aruiy at thl* po*t
vltfa I rteh IlHnf. for -ha ynnr from tha 1st day of
Attiust. fi|gb?~en hundred and sixty.
The pr|K»alM thus r«'t«dvid will b« f»rwaidi»d to
tbe Cnmin indliif'»fi»^rnl of Subblntancs toe bis fton-judge
rtd»ratlon and a-tiiri (h^re- n.
A. A 8. r«*s-rvt-a the ri^bt to reject any or
all ttie d»' ui*-d by bim uiir*«ncn»hl«, and no
•Mjltib*r r.f %ugr«ss shall be Allowed any share In
S* dronlraft.
Tb« llenf is to be iellTert*d at tbls oWri in quar
ters, fin N|iiai |r »p »rtl n of r« and bind n**«-ks and
than Us itj'l^d/ at lurb tiniMK «nd in »ucb
tlaa a* th* A. A. l'.*. »r tbe ii-u« l^inj( shall rH^uifH
—*M»t «x-e«"liui( thrice In va^b HNk, |M«vtiiatt to
Mads ui*atbi. as far ua pi ar' Kul»|.*.
Tlie prop »si -n u«t hh» firth b« prlrs |Mr pnand
lnrwtii. il til- Me«t will l.e da!it.r.d li^re, wl!h tha
condition* ni'l limtiii11-iis j.r. n-ij..-d hrr»ln. and
fiaBiil."l«r..in'e ttie Army, an'l ili
r«M "t» tin A A i: S l'nii«..| Ktatw Arm*, it
Vori Kainlull. N. T.wltti lb« wot fit, ••l'rn|K sjlf
Saf aero»« theend« of tli,. eii»»ln(,e
Ontoe of tbe A. A. h. rl Manilill, V V,
KI'IIKN I). LKK,
l«t I L..ul A K O IIti Art.,
JSDSI |Trlpll.-at«.j AlCt
Wood Wood I! Wood
Mil nude reigned ara prepared i" anil a«4 dallver
Tea Hand red Car4e
rl uf the ali/, at fair retee.
ja.4 A AAwvanaa as
•err
Flower Need* by iXutl.
"fl'l.llll
11,1,Ki'TloS, all »~rr I
^ionj Cili) llcgistcr
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
A ehlel'a amang you Ukia' nates.
And, faith, hell prent 'em!
CHl'RCH D1RRCTORV.
Regular service ever Sabbath at the
Methodist Cburcb, on Douglas street, Rev.
I. R. FULLER, Pastor, at 11 o'clock A.
M., and 3 o'clock, P. M.
At St. Thomaa' Church, Rev. Mr. HOTT,
Rector, on Douglaa street, every Sabbath,
at 11 o'clock, A. M., and OA o'clock, P. M.
At the Presbyteriaa Church, Rev. Mr.
CHC&TNIT, Pastor, on Foerth street, everv
Sabbath. at 11 o'clock, A. M., aod GJ
o'clock, P. M.
JOB PRIXTINU.—We have recently made
•ome additions to onr alraady large and
varied assortment of Job Printing mate
rials, and are now prepared to do all kinds
of printing in as good style and at as rea
sonable rates as any office on the Missouri
Slope. We respectfully solicit the patron
age of merchants, agents, county officers,
and everybody having printing to do, being
satisfied that we can give satisfaction as
to style and price.
DISTRICT COCRT.—Tha District C«mrt
convened in this city on Monday l»*t— ftis
honor, Judge Hubbard, presidir^-
The following are tha DC" °f
Orand Jurors: ,.fm
O. R. McDougall, Forem*11'
A. Marshall, A. J. Mil*^, Honse
holder, N. Levering, K. Poor, M. Kel
logg, N. Phillips, Coridou Hall, Win.
Moutgomery, J. £Kdinr, Wa. Craft, J(
M. Lewis, W. S McCurdy, J. R. Sanborn.
Up to Thursday evening the fallowing
eases had been disposed of:
N. Levering vs. 0. W. F. Skaitl. Non
suit.
Crock well vs. Chaffee. Nonsuit.
A. II- Baker vs. J.(W.Kits. JudgaMVt
for Deft.
those
til want of anything in their line. (Vices reason*
Ma.
D. M. Mills vs. W. W. Brooktaa. Judg
meni for PlfT for $2112,42.
Little, Brown & Co. vs. George Stlckney.
Judgment for Plff. for #4'J2.
D. C. McCall vs. H. W. Tracy & J. K.
Cook. Judgment for 1'lfT. for $C 15,20.
Ellon Stutsman vs. Thomas Brassford.
Judgment for Plff. by (J• fault.
L. Bates vs. J. J, AHM. Jadgment/or
Plff. for $40(1,
O. R. McDoagnn v« 5not Stutaraan.—
Judgment by dtfault fir $207.
Sanborn A Foil el v*. Juntas Townssnd.
Judgment for Plffs. for $310.
J. A 4 N. W. Sawyers v». Bedard, Rulo
& Co. Jud^muiit fir l'lff- fir $."58,90.
Tootlr it Jackujii va. Eli Bcditrd A Chas
Rulo. Jii'lgmrat for PltTn. for ?22.".
Bosleri liedgns vt. Henry & Campbell
Judgment fur l'lffi. for $207,28.
J. 8. Loveland vs. Joaiah McCaddea.—
Judgiin i.t for l'lff for $2.--0.
la aMitiaa tt Af' iSM^a wasidsrskli
'Wll'ai I. a.
The ollicers elect are men of honesty
and ability, arid have tb» entire confidence
of our citizen*. We h^ve every reaaon to
believe that u»d"r their adminiatralion the
improvetnont and prosperity of our city
will be maintained.
RCTI'RXKD.—E. W. SIKL-LAIR, Esq., aad
lady, arrived ia our city on Wednesday
morning last. Mr. S. is in fine health and
spirits, and sustains the -b»nge from single
to double blessedness with all becoming
dignity. Tlie happy couple will pleaae
accept our thanks for a portion of the
bride's cake, together with our best wish
e» for their future joy and prosperity.
—lu this connection it may be proper
far us to say that the notice of Mr. Sin
clair's marriage to Miss Elizabeth Pattison
published ia this paper some weeks ago,
was predicated upon erroneous information.
We cheerfully make correction of the er
ror into which we were led, hoping that
the parties named will pardon the mistake,
which was simply tha result of juoipiug
at conclusions" on the part of our in
formant.
Communicated,
ri^iiH.1
|iy Abr ihnni K'nl#* as Diitric t'l^aldant, an drawn
In fa*«-r of N. W. I'ratt ami Warrant No 114. for
the sum of f«.nr hun lr-d lol!ar« i|ri*n in favor n
fi#tli :*wliri»*rt «ti the »rbool b« u^# fund of said
Dlitrlrt. and KKM#d Abraham Ktilss HS l»i*tri'*t
PrsKid^nf *i»'l dated Man-b *tb ar- Illegal
Ml«l void, aii I tbut thn said District will uot pay
the «anif.
A PLAI« CONTRADICTION.—la reply to
an article in the Sioux City lowa Timet,
in regard to the satisfaction the Sinithland
folks got by bringing their grain to Sioux
City to be ground, 1 would say ibat tbe
mill oompauy did give satisfaction on the
rye they ground, but not on the wheat.—
In fifteen bushels of wheat they made 37V)
puui.dnjaud another load of 27^, they
ide 5ti7 pound* of flour and shorts and
another load that came in the same com
pany say about the same. The contract
was 100 lbs. of good Sour from 3 bushels
of cominou wheat, and 100 lb*, from
bushels of good wheat, Tbe people oaa
whether the Tim** puff was correct
Yours, 4c., AUKI. Surra.
TKI.KURAI'IIIC.—"The Jno. Gilpin Line"
of telegraph is in running order from Sioux
City to St. Joseph, Mo., as will be neen by
tha following diapat-h, which wa clip from
the St. Joseph Journal
LKVKK, !l
Dunbar, Obed
Dupires, Pierie—.
Dreper, Joseph
Oraoger, O
Orandgard,
ifallouW, Nelson
Hays, Chas
Harrington,
Hnrrick, Moses
Henry, Alex
I*. M.— Two barges are wait­
ing to be towed up the Willow Branch
with gold from Pike's Peak, belonging to
miners Iron tha upper country. A raft
came down from Sioux 'itjr with a w lii.ky
jug and a pair of old baota a lrei^'ht.—
The crew, it ia MiippiMed, had stopped for
supplies, and as time and tide watu lor no
man, the craft had sailed onward without
an udin to the owner.
Tin, RIVBK.—Tbe Missouri at this point
continues very low, and by news fiora be
low w« learn that tha old muddy is vary
much "down in ihs mouth." From pres
ent indications wa will not bavo staam
boat at Swu* Cttf In|s4
fr.ali,
Hi pa^d'l ft H-bi« V lii 1.« ft », 4
Cre«* p"sta.i», 'U t+ I»»pt Una 1». liar, by
», SSSl Wseseat Wt/f^*1
mLmmmrn
LIST or LKTTRRS renaiaing ia the Poal
Office at Sioux City, Iowa, for the quarter
ending March 31st, 1860
Adolph, Mr Loller, Jacob
Martin, II Bar
Bartlatt, Elijah Manahan, David
Brition .V Husbands Mawhinney, Jno
Brogau, Pat McDowel, Robert
McGuire, Mrs
Clemens & Bennett McGaun, Simon
Cordier, Victor McDaniel*, Miss A
Cullen, W« MoClure, Fraucis
Cusick, Nelson Moore,
Coombs, K Moore tc Clapp
Cluiie, John Moore, Ir
Chenowith, Millard, Mra
Cox, James Masaon, Ad*lpk
Caywood. Elizabetk2
Cummiogs, Caleb Nawmao, O
Omig,
O'Connor, C
O'Neil, P'
on, Mr
witter, Martin
Provost, CoMtaal
Evens, George
Everts, O
Fowttain, &
Feenan, Jo*
Foanuio ^«Ph
Rapp, Wm
Runy, Elizabeth
Reimer, Frederick
Rea, Mrs E
e a i n e i
Shaffer,
Skinger, S
Stickney. ('ba*
Stone,
Sallberger, $V
Shaw,
Ivtraoa, Annia Miss
una
Thompson, Wa S
Kerr, Malissa Ann 2Teller, James
King, Stephen Turner, Joseph
Township, District
Lanarons, Odillon
Liulefield, Walker,
Lucas, Williams, A
Long, Cbarlea Walling, Alfred
Launsbach, Carl Willets, Mr
Persons calliug for tha above Utters
will please say Adrtrtiatd.
CHAS. K. SMITH, P. M.
Ova OLD friend J. L. FOLLKTT returns!
to Sioux City a few days ago, from a fe#
months visit among his friends in the east
He is as jovial and plump as ever, but,
anlike the "Little Giant," remains a "for
lorn old bach.''
—J. E Boous, of thr Brm of H. D.
Booge k Co., returned from St. Louis a
few days ago, whither he had been to buy
a stock of goods for their house in tbfa
city. He inf'irms us that he has purchas
ed an extra large assortment, and that tbe
goods will arrive on the first boat.
GEO. W. CHAMDEKLIS.—The election of
this gentleman to the position of Mayor
of Sioux City, is an honor properly con
ferred. Mr. C. was among tbe earliest
settlers in this city, has been intimately
identified with its growth and prosperity
and in the discharge of bis duties as May
or, his own interests as well as his regard
for the general welfare of the city, will
insure a wiae and economical aduuinli
trastioa.
M.
thlttod, March 18th,
Clark, JiVK.s
UIa SMIT*,
aU ofl
1M0, by
HAMLIN,
4amihur
Smithland,
«l«idia of MOD
4ay last passed HtT ~**rf ^utotty. TW
Di'uiocrati!! candidates for oily rHi
wvre elected witboul op]mi ion, and with
the exception of tbe second ward, where
a citizenK ticket was brought out, there
w»i no considerable contest it Aiilertuen
in tha first and Second Wards tbe Alder
men elect are all Democrats in the Third
Ward there is one Democrat, one Old
Liiie-Wtii -U.ite4.man, and ooe Republi
cau in the Fourth Ward the Aldermen
are all Republicans.
At t!
Ham 11 ton.
the Rev. Mr
of Sioux ("it*, I
Sept. "aW, 1H59.
Sraclair, in
I8M, bf
:St*i-i,A!R, Eaq.
M..1 .!AvK
daughter of Wm. Parson, Esq., of Haail
ion, W.
TIIK SUKIOI. III'1'AK CONTRACT.—Tlie
questiou of the validity of the contract en
tered into by the late Board »t School I'i
rectors for this district for the erection
a $10,000 school bouse, was brought be
fore County Superintendent Liningar, on
Saturday last. After hearing tbe evidence,
he decidcd that the Board had no autho
rity to muks the contract, ftud tbal it U
illegal and mid.
v.
STRANIIBBS.—A large niaber of stran
gers have been in our city dftring the week
attending court. Among tlie attorneys
from a ditlauce we have noticed Messrs.
Kaeson and Polk, of Des Maine* Test
and Wakvly, of Council lilpffs Ilowe, of
Spirit Lake Taffe, of Om^di, aod War
nsr, of Dakota City. A
mm mm
uo
IIoi LAW.—By the ordinance published
iu another column it will be seeu that the
law restraining swine from runniog at
large within the corporate limits goes into
effect on the 17th iust. (Arsons owning
swine should make arraugojliduU to com
ply with the ordinance.
FIRE*.—Two fires oecnred ia tkk eiiy
on Wednesday laBt. The first destroyed
the small stable in the rear of the dwelling
lately occupied
small baru
nut and
Sharp.
BUTTER is excet-.linjriy scarce in Sioux
City, and is aa badly needed as a good
rain. We have not seen enough for the
past three weeks to butter one side of a
oorn-dodger.
THB USKSI OK COTTHSWOOB.—We have
been shown aa article of letter pap"r
made of cottonwood, at Yancton, D. T.
The specimen can be seun by calling on
Postmaster Smith.
TAII.OKINU.—We call the attention of
our readers to the advertisement of JOHN
P. SAMPBKI.L, fashionable tailor. He ia
reputed to be a good workman.
Look out for a steamboat arrival daring
the coining week—Tunc*, last week.
Who has been selling you neighbor?
We undur^taud from reliable authority,
that the delegates to the Chicago Xaiionat
Convention are all going for Units,
Persons owning breaking teams ehould
not fail to see the udv»iiis«met4 $t JaSs
II. Charles in another column.
StaiT Motiug buildings litems te be the
ordar of the duy in Siuui City* Mevuig
for fear uf the Grand Jury, isn't.
WAitiuNTKK DKMH, priuteJ oa eaptri
or paper, tor sale at ibis uftoe.
rihrnrnitlfi *Vfim
Greeley among tha
T\ID NOT PRODUCE half tha seMatiaS
xJ the steamer Florence'1 with
L^
41
I. A. SAV^ERS
&
And havlnf a Cash Capita! pled»tnl s*d*-ly for that
purpose, in enabb* i to ofT. tujvrtor advatita of the sebo«d fund
dexbiuK reliable indemnity, and for prompt
iwsv deslriiiK
reliable indemnity^
rival in Auiariea.
Branch Ofi XoIlT,( 33 Wat U St.
CIWriNNATI.
*1. MAdll.I., Oeneral Agsnt.
Applications solicited, aiid'PotlrleaIKHUI"! direct by
GEO. W K AUK, Agent.
••^Poll Compliance with Statu l.aw«. »e
mrhl7 1jr
NORTH-WESTERN
Hardware 'Emporium.
HARDWARE!
cutlery
BAR IRON AND STEEL,
Oonstantly on hand, and far sale at the low
act
Call at the
Sign tf the MILL UW.
Jaae 22.1HM. A. OKONItfOEE.
H. A. TERRY,
^yilOLE^AI.K AM) KK'l All. DKAUKH IV
GaMen, rield & Flower Mttetfg
Alv
Grape Vines, Currants, Raspberries,
Lawton Blackberries, Gooia*
berries, Roses. &c.,
I KIMIIKT 1TI, IOWA,
W. It Alit'aab urdera for a*ed* nr ahmhhwy All
ed wi?b priitnptut'ss. Ail x-«,ii» waiianled tro»haud
|iura Order* reepfi'triillv Kollcttml
CO-'S
MAMMOT* STOCK OF GOODS.
Ameng the Gcntllea of Sloax Cltjr.
tli i
.« Jnet reselTed par eteamer Florenre" oao
of largest atoeks of goods ever raealvad la He
ax
jj*!AWIng averjr kind ef mnrcbandlae needed la the West: Oar atoek of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, SATTINETTS, VESTINGS,
—Ant-
SEADY MADE CLOTHING!
Is the flneat aver oftnd la thla market, and of varieties and prleseto saltIfca mset fcstiaisa» .Wi«—M
eapecIaOjr sail the attention of the ladlea to onr fine assortment of
LADIES DRESS GOODS!
Btabra?l*|i some cthe latest stylas of
Wool de Lainea, Cashmere* (Eng. &Fr.), Cobnrgi and Mouilin deLainss.
ALSO
Sfferiiio Vontn, Hooda, Hosiery, «Sso., tfco.
Our asaortmeot of L.adlaa and Oentteasess's akawls Is large and aomplata.
aad Nlaaea
Skeleton
Having on hand'ovar flfljr caass'ef
BOOTS rr SHOES,
Wo can furnish -our customer* with a good article, at tbe very LOWEST ftgorit!
BABY SHOEf, AD IN FIN
ITU*!"
OCR STOCK
or
Hardware ffitts and Caps,
Are full and.compUte, and assortments good.
O E I E S
Of all kl»ds—«x«ept"Forty-1
od" aad "Taag^»•**,, whiskey larlndfag
SUGAR. COFFEE, TEA. RICE. TOBACCO, STAR CANDLES, SOAP,feaey and
common POKK, BACON, MACKEREL, COD FISH,
DJilED FRUIT, SALT, &C.
Alas, a vary superior article of
S A I N O U S O U
O E E E S
«a-o„PDrl^ w an IIM wirtiwe ttie PAY A« YOff avirteBS we w*nt either
.hf^.horlt.e a -vrv -totUr'a worth of good. ••.Id .i,ir to »voi.t a Ncgativa
rt„an Important Uueatlon, will plea a remember th.-aboTa
CASH CAPITAL, $400,000 00
CASH ASSETS, $532,025 00
•INN RITFTNIX COMTAN'T, devoting tta entire
and attention to tbe bualoeaK of
FIRE INIt'KAXCG EJCLI'SIVELV,
T"'
&c., &c.,
JAS. A. SAWYERS ft CO.
Proposals for the Cutting of Hay.
OBAtm MtorOtAUk vINWiwwtod atlW As
aietiant Quarter Matter's oia*«at fyr+ KandaH,
aad t(lOOVaa, atwesiiWHof ^emiffir Master
•','mmls«tarT at K'-rt BandtH. N. T. Kmch bid
pn*j»*ses to cat, aire, *ai
ptiro be nauivN of two r«
ritr to entfr int" i
NUPIICHT,-^.J IOWIU
UiNNOIutlun ot'Cw-Fartnemlilp
'1MIK C«VPSRTI»FRSHIP HHR«»T"F«'RH «*^L»TIIW BFTWU^N
1 tbf HII ivr«. un«i*r ii** name and »tleof
A. Ma.s A Iti htjr is this Utbdav ..f Mar.-b,' 1800,
iti»Knlvrd by inuujal con^ut. A. ila.-o bavin* pur
('bft!«.*d th* Itithreat aod a*si'ts of said firm, sud as
turned th« iiablUtlase will eootiuun the business at
tbe "Id atand. eorner of l'«arl sod Third sts.. Slom
Citv. !wa. A. AAS,
Mioux City. March 14. 1M0. I. 11A A 8.
Notice.
r\
ooinplian^ with th.- requirements
entitled "an
and Tor prompt
HfT„rt«.r
awaj ith thu ilia,
Iu thl), elect
A.
All Hands Rouad!!
Great Excitement at Ponca!
of an act,
act
pr-iidm* for tbe
tnanageairat
if the school fund and tale of a hoo| lands." 1 will
^als at hJnYbvk. A.M. mi
in thf s.*ttisin3nt of lo^sw, the Phtrni* has thr first day of May, 1*60, iu front
i
..
II. KKM.OUO, Reeretary.
H. La LutiMia* rrt-hideot.
Tuesday,
ion.
Kit J! V.
Fub 1 Cre#ci*ut Clts.insa.
NOTICE TO FARMERS.
A-'
JAO'ARU has just received by express,
a nioa It)tof jewelry. Give him a oall.
Tl« waaUMr still ooaliaass ia*.
siNbi
..•*a t" bavo t'oi-n itti nods can be
O"d ti, i Mt lb- lit MUI, hy brlnf
»l t» i.»v u*ki, I v. ill po»ttlv«ly start
theMiiiJ on 'I hH*l.
W IIK AT Wlhb ns UttOlID
the ee» att«i Ml
s*~b« jth, MM. *ornm I
^rii iff
Ooia Ooia! Sola 11
Pike's Ink Laid ia tie fksfe!
50,000 Emigrants Expected
rLby
SklrtS Mr tlM .Million
ARRIVE DAILY .lo sake awo^r
buying their
Dry Goods,
Groceries,
Hardware,
of
na roun-
urt d«M»r in i»nm Ci
ty, lima, th. f.]|«.« in*' d«seribw Hand,
*r« ti»»n ,Nt». 1". Tuwnahip No. north of Range
No.
45 west of 6th P. M., to pareals not esceedkng
fort
v
acres.
I»uUvl at Ona«a City, lowa, Feb. *24.
I Si 1 J.Ce nAZKI.KTT,
i-'-1-'.| ^2-liw C.tj- .1 u I go.
THE MISSOURI REPUBLICAH
rpili atirringevi.nta wbich nrt. »ur. to makf tnem
or.tbl,- tlie th,* vt'iir llofi tliu recuirence ,.f the
election of l'ie-t t.-nt Vice I'ri'Siilrnt in
A» a newspaper, we aliall labor, ae we have labor
ed, to make it »|U:il to any In the country. Wo hate
c-irc-jciid. nts at .til [•, iuts tioiu ahich news of
•mo iuteie-t way lie expect* I. and thev have al
»»y« lieelt loiind In II li Hi I HI,,I in Insti toils' in the co|.
lecticn ,,t ti. t*. w,: shall .old totiiisnuniber when
ever the ..ectalou (iciiuiids It. The Telegraph will
alao lie put nto re.jiiisition at i *ei point »h«re It
can he d. particularly from Washington and Jef
ferson Ctt, tor tbetrahauilsslon ot iniporuut lute)II
S-tl.-e.
We ark nur friends to use «imc cTertlon to adS t®
our already l«nre Urge and e,ery day lncrc.iain* elr
iulaiion. For a year to oine, u» tmn n..r family in
tie. r.lon hie.oil Im without a new»|v,per. The
ewa|Niper I re., is the tr.eat Autocrat In Ibia coun
try. More than tbe Pulpit, or the liar, or the halls
of lefialatioii, they wwr,- Instrumental lu rormin(
I'ulilie opinion, and it ia illicitly Importantthat that
opinion rhould he c.ntiolied and kept in In proper
channels ao is to se ure
the
pop. lull, oronrin-ti
tun..OS. and Hie pronoun of ihe f..,.ple -fliU le
lhjtrt*at nii«el..u of ibc newspaper preiiB, and ia all
till lifts
We
shall endeavor an u conduct the Ktpubit
can as to maU« it c*uduce to that «ud.
TKIIM.H OF TilK KKI'lIllI.IOAM.
Pall*—1 ropy one y«*ar
Queensware,
Gents Furnishing Goods,
Ladies Dre3S Goods,
READY MADE CLOTHING
And everTthlng else kept In a FIRPT CT.AM mar
cantlle Mtabtlabuieot, at Jansc* Barrett's,
Pane a, N. T.
Tbeae good,
are all fKKiSU, having aat been nr
from ST. LOUIS.
A. WORD
To the People of Northern Nebraska.
g. You will always find in my
establishment EVERYTHING
NEEDED for comfort, conveni
ence and luxury. By patron
izing my establishment you
will save two days time and
traveling expenses, and at the
same time get goods cheaper
than at any other establish
ment in the Upper Missouri
countrv.
Tonra. February 11th. 18*30.
REMOVAL
ms^i P/'
P. V ra
tini -lack tbe Hay, aud
•nwible person* u« men
«-f a onfr?n being
Imvle I!K t'- St .tf F-l hln.^-il Mild -rciiritJ. S tllH
'I'.IWU, ("T unty MIH1 state in W bn b.- *itd tli y t«
side, aad is Ixirlced to be pnseut ut tbe openiuf of
tbsPropoMh.
OTKH1IKN t. LKK.
1st Lieut, and b. M. 4th Art'r,
A. A. 1^. M. and A. A. r. R.
•noctoi'i u .Ha}
Kotwlthstaadlnjf the heavy lose sustained by the
raeent burning of our establishment, onr stock of
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
HARD V/ARE,
tbil
year
—tbe extra Tdinary ilivUion of parties in tlmt aloe
tion, Coctli.onl In rbnrictrr. so tHr as oo.-or tlicin la
rencerned. and National ami fonrei native, an tbe
llellinciatlc I'aiiv mu*t tie. foi it lioKU almost
QUEENSWARE,
..quel
k
Uc|.ul
1
leank hi
tl,« North, and
ia triumphant iu th» JSoutli
ami
the
sl.inh.
ldiair
8tale» -all these tliin .1i excite in ua a ilealre to e*
teuil the circulation of tlio ItV/OIMIC.II, to I-»erv fam
lly wbicb it J.jea not now reach. With thi* view we
Kend out tbi. l'roi(|^ctua. If, in tin
.. C'MIOI^ I rMtieulull eiecii"n. II tn:illc
*1
t——a
Very litthi wbvlbet ill II. ^,nkiil .l:.,ll ti
/V I iioinluee "i the party In "|,|,,aitiou to tti., liemocri
\VKI Mir'v. t.r 'hut s, we nuxar c-atcl candidate thl
I 2 t'e [O'HSeot, ill 111. Ntead. ahnil lw persistent ai
unm Hi- lb t'Ui «ih-rt* t«» letat sucl
art» lor ihH preservation of »h- uion. and b«!i*.Tinit
that the election of tha Black Uepul.llcan candidate
Kill euda'itfer. il it do«f not unaure it« ilimoliition,
ai. reae.
-u cuoujti
to
j«tify our courae
100TS AND SHOES,
ia full and isselMt («od, and onr old lMssb
and
cuKtomera ara reapoctfully Iavits4 to (ivs w a Salt
l.eior* parcbaaloj vliwwhere.
a our etoek of DRY (itXIPS wllthe fcand
Gents' Furnishing foods,
A
tyady Made Jlothing,
Hats
..•10,00
.. Mo
.. sa^ie
TrbWeehiy—I cop* ou* vtar,..
I roples one ye|f
We« kly- I copy out* vt«ar..,,.4p
.. 2,00
.. t.uo
pies
.. S.no
.. I&.no
.. SO.OU
.. JMo
.. 40,00
'JO IK-pilNi i
ui .t.piHN«
40 vopias i i year,
A.idr
ss
ii
As aa
For a lut oi thirty Week Ilea, one eaey one year »j
•lo Iri Weekly, or three copt,. uf the Weekly.
In addition w» will .:ne |,.ii.no ot ,IM, (IIIN
liltKli 1)1 I Alts for the laim-si .-Int., •,i,| nrfy
|i-M,l tot ihe nest laiueal clul,, ue hs
I'Te tile III.I id \ler liekt. Ail UaWtfa eoul ll| kMk
Ittre that time to l»» euaiita.1,
UtiiMIOI KKAW 0 US.
at IMU, Dessai'.tr a, 1IM.
W
AID Caps,
^Bankets.
Flannel,
sni ti«'sb. autl pui'-ha^ars can na^ul•vd that ii
haying at our o*t«Mi»hiu«ut tbej will net good aiti
(fS
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES,
M,W
Indue,'meat to our fHende to aulai |a m-
Sendtoe* lie i ll Itlaliou uf the hrputlu-im, we offer
the Hdlowin^' pri'inluma:
For a dub fourteen Vt ookllsa,ona octfy one year
uf Ihe Weekly
WANTED-DRY HIDES A FURS
of all d. scrlptloa., for Which tbe hlfhaet price will
U- paid lu task ut ptvdaui.
Give a (Ml!
4
H. D. BOOGE & CO.
O E S
Produce Dealers
Hsu City, Itws.
r.
'i
WILL PAY CASH
FOE BEEF CATTLK.
H. D. Booge & Co.
FOR COR
H. D. Booge ft Co.
FOR BUCKWnm.
H. D. Booge & Co/
FOB POT
H. D. Booge A Co.
FOR »c
H. D. Booge A Co.
FOB GREEN Hit
H. D. Booge k Co.
FOR FURS—Alt
oes Horn a
FOR 8ALl-
Sugar—at
Molasses—at
JAMES BAllRICTT.
•wfrrri
Hai bet-:i removed to the atore room oa
PP:ARL STREET,
IbrSMrijr ooeupicd by 0. Ferrla. where sll dssiriu to
buy
E A 0 O O S
Aro invited to call, be-will positively sell gooda
CHEAPER THAN EVER
SMMteeU to lleax City.
•OOSfl
Hams—at
Side Meat—at
Booaia
Rio Coffee—at
Tea—all kinds, at
Tobacco-—-1
WW
Codfidi—at
Soap—at
aoooi io|,
Mackerel—at
IOOSIII
Candles—at
Matches—at
(7in—at
aoooaa
fkaine, do at
BOOQIAl
Whiskey-Hit
Boooasi
aooassf
Beer—at
CAN* DRIED FRUIT*,
Ac., Ac., Ac., Al­
Gun
B00Q««4
Powder—at
BoooaafM
ShotACaps—at
aoooasM
Wine—at
aooaaapi
Soda—at
aoocsacct
Wads—at
Saleratus—at
Vinegaiv—at
Ticking.
Drilling.
LslW Bras OoeOal
Of every style and variety.
Th* ieinjr one of the
rppsi ^lisfi'iirl. it posi
•Urkl i-atahli^bn«»u(i n,
hsesin^ri.'i tVilitles r.
aooaaa
Indigo—at
Baisins—at
•ooaa*
IVune*—at
aoooas
Figs—at
aoos a*
Glass, all kinds—at
BOOGR 4
Nails, all sizes—at
aooass
Arte gsnstel i itessat ef al' h'
O E I
We believe that bf Merchant 1
itFMKrtT instead of a cvRaa to a
nity, he should pat^fso
All Kinds of
F. RUCBRUCKBA
ttwwCWy.Sssartis to, iu».
That the Farmer hrfagt t* aark
ew will try aod do a*
F.
nooc.i
Otneral

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