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•ATVRUAY, JASII'ART 13, 1IM All over Yowa and County. tmr Cotton wood ia celling in tbia city *t $3.T5 per cord, and bard wood at $5.50. MT Our thanka are due our good look lag joung friend, Henry Osborn, for val uable aaaialance rendered taa in getting oat tbia weuk'a Regiater. There waa auch a dearth of newa tbia week we were tempted to aheot a nan for a local item. 'The Dakota Legislature idjoqpas to-day. MT* Perry Creek ia "booming"—-ao aaob ao aa to render tbe cro*aiug of the Miaaouri impractibie. Many yoang team atera on the Nebraska aide are waiting for a waterfall. MP* We hope eur merchant* will eon tinue to advocate the keeping of the Sab bath day. 'The law awarda it/' and tbe citUena do aanction it. §9* Weod-sawing by machinery baa become a fixed fact in our midst this win ter. Our fellow townsman, Samuel Mc Elhany, ia now the proprietor ot a borne power woodaawing machine which be ia running with profit both to himself and tbe community. Those having big piles of wood too long for tbe stove, will do well to give hia a call •A. We notice upon our aireeta the jouug merchaut prince of Yankton, our former fellow townsman, II. W. Parmer. Mark is looking well, plainly indicating that be partakes of high life in Yankion. May his shadow increase aa years roll on. .. J^?$15 REWARD. —Strayed from the aabacriber one white cow wiih red eara, and acar under ker neck—one red ateer calf wiih a wbite face —one dark brindle red ateer coming two yeara—one aaMll wbite ateer coming two yeara. The above reward will be paid to any percoo leaving information at tbia effiee which will lead to their recovery. janl3,3w. JAS. LAHAY. Corn is uow uffeied in tbia aeetion of couutry for fit' y cents per bushel Ac cording to tbia the late contractors te fur tiisli corn f-r the (Verumeut ul $1.4'.j will lose nothiug. •^.Tbe ice over the Big 3ffuddr has attained the thickness of tourteeu inches A number of our riiizcns are canning it for ihe coming summer. There is a go sleigh iug track for several uiiles up the river. We were pleased to meet our old friend Col. C. C. Orr in town this week Long may be wavr. tST On I ait Tuesday evening tbe Li brary Association failed to assemble.— Cause—the "inclemency of the weather." 90U During the past week the weather has been at war with all animate thiols Tbe sun has ensconsed himself behind the clouds: tha wind has ben sporting with bata and crinoline a bleeting rain has iced oar atreets, and the enow, with insul ting contempt, has been apitting upon ua. Skatikq —Tbia amusement haa beoome ao popular among tbe young 1 |^iea of this city that some of them have acquired tbe art almost to perfection.-— Every Saturday afternoon Perry Creek is swarming with the fair aex. presenting a picture of grace and beauty. We are pained to announce tbe severe illness of tbe proprietor of this pa* per. His sickness we trust will be suffi cient excuse for our limited aflauuot ot reading matter thia week 19* We learn ti at quite ao exciting criminal investigation is now going on in Monona county, so much so tbat the pub lie, apeaking through the Board of Super viaora, have aent to tbia place for counael to prosecute the offenders We are not at present advised as to the nature of the offence. B. D. Uolbrook, Esq., we un derstand af pears for the accuaed. a tST Hourly ExpkctkO A dog train, deapatched by Maj. Geai. Curtis, P. en route for tbe wigwams of the Indians, with whom tbe (ieu'l smoki-d that pipe, is hourly expectcd to reach this place, with a lupply of crinolines, aun shades, waterfalls, rouge and sets of teeth, fur the much neglected squaws. Query—Whetb* er the General sends to each of these dusky specimens of loveliness bis cart#' de visit as a souvenir? There would be singular appropriateness iu sttfch a die* play of bis gallantry. i Who is to Blamk f—Tb« soft weatbar of tbe week bas mad soft Om' ties in certain portions of our town, all for want of a tittle drainage. A few mornings ago a ferry waa necessary to croaa Douglasa a tree t, a young river bav iur mad* ite appearance down the oenter of that atreet, flooding all the town be jjfr tbe bench. Ail this could be readily avoided by a very little labor opoa Doag- lata street, near the old Metbodiat cburcb. Ia tbe present condition of thinga to con tinue during the coming apring season? If it is, probably the whole of the lower portion of the town will be a perfect mud hole, entirely impaaaable for teams, and made ao by tbe flow of water from the blaffa. Who ia to blame We believe our street supervisor ia roady and willing to do all that ia required af him by the Council. Will the Council look to tbia matter Is the blame with the aupervi aor or Council W8F Letters remaining 0KCt,A1«at ia the Post Office at Sioux City, Jaauary I2ib, 1866. To obtain any of these letters the applicant must call for advertised let tera, give the date of this list, and pay one cent for advertising. If not called for in one mdiuh, they will be sent to the Dead Letter Office. Cbas. Alvord, 2 T. H. Armstrond D. Carlisle Jas. Clark W. V Davison Wm. II. Drumroett L. A. Orun T. I. Jonees John Killiby H. H. Lincoln J. McDame Allen Myers Sobn Maskell John R. Pritchard2 George Rolf H. S. Stoae Abasham Wood Wm. Watson T. W. Tantyle 2 Lewis Young. J. C. C. HOSKINS, P. M. •A. We notice in tbe Chicago Tiwes. of Jan. 3d, that the Supreme Court of the United States bas recently decided the case of the Territory of Nebraska r*. W. F. Lockwood,affirming the decision of the Supreme Couit of Nebraska. This case as we understand it involved the question, whether tbe President has the power to remove the judicial officers of tbe Territories at will. It bas been the general opinion that the judges of the Territories, when appointed, held their offices for four years, hut this decision seems to settle the question to the con trary. Ibe ca-e a wejun^e siand it was. in brief as follows: Judge Wakely, tbe predecessor of Judge Lockwood, was ap ppointed one of the associate judges of Nebraska, near tbe close of tbe adminis tration of President Pierce. His four years term consequently expired prior to tbe expiration of President Buchanan's term, aud at tbe expiration of his term was re-appointed by President Buchanan. On tbe coming in of President Lin coln's administration, Judge Lockwood was appointed as tha successor of Junge Wakely. Judge Wakely regarcing his app^ntment aa abaolute for fur yeara, unless removed for cause, claimed the right to sit aa associate Judge. The Su preme court of Nebraska decided adverse to Judge Wakely ciaita, and tbe 8. Supreme Court has now affirms that de cisis n So it now seems that the judicia ry of the Territories are as much the creatures of the wilt of the President a any other petty official, and uf course their retention of place depends altogeth er upon tbeir faculty to cater to tbe re quirements of politicians. This is now of course tbe law of the land, but it is wrong in principle, unless all power is gradually to be centered in tbe ['resident, aud should be corrected at once by prop er legislation. BICHAKD H. P0WLES80H, •leas City .law WILL sionx N a contract for the erection of bandings andfrom hislongesperienecta thtboisM •Is able to render general satisfaction„ PINE LUMBE&! Consistinp of Flooring, Poors, fash, Blinds Ac for ••tli' on out mission. Ternn—Oath uly7-69 K. II POWLKFSOK. ARC A MA WATCII. V W ELRfltIT SOVItl.TT Iff WATCH KS—-phe cm e» of this Watch «rf an entirely new invention com posed of «ix different metalscoinbined roll ed together anil polio lied, producing an esact imita tion of 18 carrot Kohl, called Arcana, which «j|| always k'-ep it* color. They are a« laiitifiil ai »flid Hold, and aro rtffordcd at ine-eiyht the coat.— The ca*e ii heaiitifully deeiicned with I'an^i and •hicM fornamf, with Patent Puih Pin,andeut(raT ed in tlte exact style of tbe cr-lpliratrd IIant ing Lavera, and are really han l«'Miiri aud desirable and su exti an imitation of *old as to defy i«tpc tion. The movement ia rianufactured hy thr well known St. Jimer Watch t'ompany of Europe, and are sii|*rh1y ini»hel, having en^raT»-d pallet*, fan cy carred bridges, ailjiiBtiii// r»K«il»t'r, with gold balance and the improved ft°M action, with hne dial and xkuletoii bands, and is warranted a good time U re per. The»e watches are of three different sisee, the smalleftt being for Ladies, aud are all Hnnting Cases. A cane of els will be sent by mail or Kx pre*M for 11^5 HO A ningle one «.-nt In a handmims Muri"di 'iM« for f25 will readily «ell f«r three time* tliei cost.. We are sole agents for I bin watch in the liuited Status, nnd none are genaiu* which do Dot bear our Trad« mark. Addr***, OIKABI) W. HKVAI OII A •. Ju3i4« importers, is Matdsa l.aas, S.T. city HARDWARE STORB fp HE undersigned has so hand and is eMdastlf recelviu^ new additions to his stock of HARDWARE, AQBlCVLTViAli lMPLIMBHTI, BVILDIRG ISaaM4«aglnathat MATBRULI, All of It will bo sold at greatly rod acted pricsfe foe Cash, to suit tho llntos. A. aBOXINORR. JaaM gign of tbe Mill-saw* WANTED 2ni*oof SM1B Joaraoy Men TAI I.OU, to wfcsas (oo4 wagos and stsatfy oasploymont will I* Kiv#a.— I aq aMMMfTrblit^ Notice hereby tha Moas Oity Bay Soalo, sit tkoUwiiiils KWOOOOSt VXWOOOSS! Ilait throws l« tho Shado. Oweae -Rwslh te efee Wear Dl||in|i. ASTONISHING DISCOVERIES I «t Xxol H. D. BOOGE & CO. Caas«d by theirlarge and wellselecU ad stock for Fall and Winter of 1805, consisting of CROCK Rill, dry cooni, !OOT« AfDriOKH. Clot hing. a s -i 1 1 ^Hardware, Oh*sware, Qti»»»^iw.ar#. Wooden Ware, Nails, Sash, Paints and Oils. Also, alt kinde and best qnaltty of Coffee, Fruits, T»*as, Sut!*r, Fish, Flour, Powder, Shot, Qua Caps, Hope, and AfricMltural InplemeAti. Shovels, Spadea, Pitchforks, Huts, aud Manuie Forks, -o— Largo fssslitia er Ham and Bacon, e in red by ourselves for the especial parpsse ofsait ng aud ^ceoromodatlug our own customers. A superior quality of 0 s O i And tho largest, elieapest gand Meat ssg«rl)r(sa|htsiiortw*Bi of Goal Oil Lamps la HoaaOlty. t^Especialattentioa will be given by us to the waala of MINERS, aa4 full supply of Miner*' Outfits! Kept constantly on hand, forsalecheaper than atany other store North of St Louis sa. Wo will pay tho highoot MrlttyrlMbi all kinisof Prsdsee. 411 kinds of ruftt a ad SIDES will Mb ho Cash atourStors, OaM, Call, Call, 1 a n afford to, and trt//e#llall oar goods at prices which in these times will make it an object both in purse and happine* for the Rich and Poor, the Kco nomiat and the Improvident,the Epicure and the Frugal to purchaae of ua. t£uCa«h for tbe teller and satisfaction te the purchaser, is tbe hutiness raou of •mij au ft. »ooes to. 'Miacollaiieona. I^EXICOl MEXICO! 130,000,000 LOAN Republio of Mexico. Twenty Tear Gwpon Bonds in Sum» $00, tluo. $500 and $1000.-Inter est Scren ]ter cent., payable in the dtp of New York. Prin ciple and Inhrest Pty ubl* in GOLD 1 110.000,000 to be sold at Sixty Cents on tbe Dollar, In U. S. rurreiicf. thus yielding an interest of 13 PEH TENT. IN KOI.D, or 7 I'KK CENT, in CUR RENCY, at the present rate ol Gold. Tlie First Year's Interest Already Provl«trd—The Most Ooslrablo la* Tsslmtat Ever Offered. Immense tracts of Mining and Agricultural Lands Mxty |n cent, of I'urt Juet, I mpurta arid Taxes, in tiie ,-tates cf THinaulipas nnd nnl,uis 1'otusi and tbe Jiii^hteil fuith of the ~»il Males and thr tbiiieral liorerninent ar» all pledged for the repeuipUuu ot tiiese Bonds and pay meat Of interent THE SECURITY IS AMPLE. f30 in 1". 8. Currency will buy a 7 per cent. Gold Bond of (60. fi.o in I'. 8. Currency will buy a 7 per cent. Gold Bo'i'l of sloy. i.ioo in s. Currency will buy a 7 per cent Gold Bond of (500. JfiOu in I.'. S Cnrrency will bur a 7 per coat. Goli of ftl,on. "vcrv lover of Republican Institutions buy lit least ONE 1 »NI. Circulars li'MCyrde.l, and «nbacrlpt|ons received by .IuIIN' \V I'oUM kS a cii and J. N. T1FFT, Finnnt'iai Agent th« K«:|iiil'ic of Mexico. 37 Bioedway, New York. S«*Fiil.scrlption slso received by Banks and Bonkers generally throughout tbe U. S. 2a giorx CITY BOOTS SHOE STORE. —bt— Sam'l. Krummann I keep constantly on hand lar^e •t'-ck of Bfll fomen t, Children*, Boy's and Men's ui made Hoots hikI ^hoes of all sires ^^^niui kinds Also. Leather, I.aft* Tasks, Ac., tosu|i|dy tlie trade. I'ustoiu \Y ik ond iriug rlono to order, sud ia tho best »tle. All work «ai ranted. •iT'j'tore on Pearl Streot, one door south of Dr. Kent'a In ug Store. Rein ft. KRIMMANK. Sioux City, Iowa, Sept. S0,]jjSS. II. URABEIl'S Woekly llxproaaf -raoa MOl CITY to FT. K1\D1LL. Tho proprietor will rommoaea running *n Kxpies« an above on or i. n,l er l«t, 1866—leaving Sioux I'ity, aa foil" in, Moiolav*. f. HANHAI.l.. and intermediate points, returning on Friday of said week. 0* Packages must be delivered in tbe olBce prior tolei«\iiik for Hie above. IWkaK"* a, I'arciN must be put up iB good Older t© present dainaginif by raii*portation. A. II (JKAIlKK, Proprietor. Cllh* 1865 K. Smi i-ii. A^eot. Jliotl* City, Town, Aug. 2'»th. KEW CiOODj» IHVb James Hutchins, MERCHANT TAILOR. Sioux City, Iovra. MR. H. wonbl respectfully announce to theclti /.en" of Sioux City. Dakota leiritory, snfl North-Western Nebraska, that having an enti new stock of Clothi, Casiimerti and Vesting*, lie I* now prepared to suit according to the wants of tbe most fnxtidlons. Uarments cut, and re pairing neatly dono. Store one door uorth of Kent's Drug Store. JAMBS HUTCHINS. Sioux City, 8ej»tmbor, 2t, IMS. P. B. WEAR 12 St €•«, Conimission Mercliants, 118 South Water St., P. O. Box 803, CHICAGO, ILL., I^OR tbe purchase and sale of all kinds of Pro duee and Merchandise. Particu.ar attention paid to the sale of IBActofli and X"ur« REFKRBNCK8: Weare A Allin'ii. Tootle Jk Charles I). T. RrmnMe A Co..., 8. B. Ayci s, Ksij First National Bank Producer Rank Sioux Citr, lows Sioux City, loaa Yankton I». T. ...........V ert Hodge. imudl Iowa ......CNrf^r Hapid», lows. Chi-.'ago, III. BUGGY, CARRIAGE AND WA60N MANUF.VCTOllY, Water Street, between 3rd and Hh, Adjoining B.Luce's Blacksmith Shop. SIOUX CITY, IOWA. AM now prepared to furnish the puMir with anything in titv line I Iimmuchs on terms which will defy euipetilion. I am receiving mate rial direct troin Cincinnati, which will enable me sell cheaper fhati any cstabllnbun nt in the Northwest. All work warranted to «/ive entire sat isfaction. Jobbing of every description promptly attended to on rt a^onable turtn*. None except foninelent workmen employed. The public patron sge respectfully solicited. DANJKL DENIEN. StOux Olty, JUBS S4th, 1M3—if JOIIX CFSRIGS, ATTORNEY A! LAW, WOIX CiTY, ...JOWA. O. K. STORE!! NEW OLD KIRK CXMI .G-^xsa*, AND bos returned from Now Tork with ono 0 tho finest stocks srer Brought to Sloax City embracing DRY GOODS, CTO'X'XOSNrjV. BOOTS AND SHOES, CLOTHIJ^, HATS AND CArS, AND S V A O N I I Onr stock of 1 bo adies Slid Children* goods excelled in tbia "neck uf woods any whar. General Lniid Agent DKNISON .CRAWFORD COUXTT IOWA 1 LL pay Taxes throughout tbeRtste willre deem l.ands sold for Tanef. will furnish ab stract, of Tittle buy and sell ol same, Cherokee, No*. 28th, 18»4—la mm Miscellaneous. Dry Goods & Groceries, tt LASl'S on Coin- ini-i-ioii obtain pnionts for tioverniiit-nt Survey and to°DS cannot In BALMORALS, HOOP SK1RS, HOODS, NUBIAS AND SON TAGS, We can deck the Ladies in "gorgeous array,''at prices to aetonisb "tbe uatives." We call paiticu« lar atteution tv our LADIES' & CHILDREN'S SHOES, 1 hi ok we have till you "csa't ropose." Tc the Gert'mea we effer the finest Cassimere Suits of Clothing, made np In the *ery latest New Tork Fall styles aiso, a fuff an*ert(aeta of GENTS' FURNSHIN6 BOOCS. irwe sell for CASH oaly.^t fall 'and Leveo and M.CUI oct!0 |ulck at "Kirk's"old stand, corner of rest. E. It. KIRK CO. (or sill ktarta of Furs. E. R. ft CO. MOltltIS M(1IL\R1 A CO. l.ands and examine I...nds in person, and give I'es criptioii tlie distame of the bandfrom the County Scut, Timbur, Koads. P»-»a:ns, etc. Fifty It'oisand Acre* of clod, prairb-and Tim* ber band lor sale. U.M»dselect as or helocation of Land WarrantsCoiiHtantl I attd. an 1-64 v II KIT «'Q. Lumber, Lumber, Lumber SANBORN & F0LLETT ARK .repsre.t t. furnlfh at !i e sboi test notice Cottonwood Lumber of ail le», r.pl r.ns alsoa ^ood t*»ort men lot Oak Wain ulanrl Maple, ».tk *«d Cedar Pein e I'osta, .,| M-Jotit. ill I fence pickets. 1 tie tnilliS upplied with he liest tlHIu^le and l.atti achlisaa .iich«nbleftheiiitofiirniKh ssuperioi ar cl.O #bese km l« of I ii hi Iter. Their mill i« at tbe nitk of IViry creek where they w.ll be bappj to sot lo#e in waut of Anything In tkeiiliiie Trices «a*c. ii able. a ng4-Ol J. H. l»4VE\l»ORT LAND AGENT AND SURVEYOR CHEKOItEE, IOWA. irriLI, pay taxen brmif bout the State will rs dc.-in lands ""Id for taxis: will buy and «1 bind iruiitu, or locate them on otnmiasinn for lion .residents obtain patents for t.overwment Lund* siii vey and examine land* ill person, and ttne desi i iptloll of Niutie, and the dintaiice oMhe Inn i fioin rhe county at timber, streiiins. etc.— Collections tuade aud v NFOKT UOL.UHOOI4 & into., LAND AGENTS & SURVEYORS. Onawi, Monona Count*,Iowa. WItionarefilllyIIIN. LLii at ten dto ••Ma* wants but little hers below. Nor wants bat litile long READS BEAD I READ! CIOFVINH and SEW tiOODB- CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST' BUY TOUR FALL A WINTER GOODS --IN— DAKOTA CITY, N. —or— CIHS. F. GCKHART, Where yon will And the following articles: Avery large and well-selected stock of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, LAIMKS BUNXKTS, HOODS, NT HI AS, AC.. HARDWARK, QUEKNSWARTJ, DRUGS and MEDICINES, And a large stock of GROCERIES! And everyt biiifj wsitally kept in coilntl"T stores, ubivh I ofler to my old i nds and customer* St tlio sniiillcpt prolits My K" w -e bon«h during tbe late downl'aliof j.rico, tliat I an. t-nuMod to sell von poods mticb lowrr limn tbe lowe nd 1 am detei mined «o II sro»N a little cheap than can be boiitiht in Sioux City, or in this upper country. My uiotto is, Sales A Small Profit* If yon don't beltere it, come and see. WjT goods will lie s«.Id fieely f.-r t'ASll or apiroved country produce. M- stock consists of Stapled Faury Dry Goods Yankee \, Family atid Fancy ?ro» ceri'sir li a* Tea and CoHee. Tobae n^ais, Spices. t"andic*, Nut*, 'ihb, Ac. A well sebctedaud laijre s.( ,lk of Roots and C6, Ac. Ready Made Clothimg. Among my i 11 be found a!no. T»mgs and Medicines, I'ainis aud OiW,(Jlae*. Put ty, fi'la-wware. Qui en-ware, foal Oil I. mip«, Lrokiiijr.(Jla«ses. Cb" ks, gcod «t« ck of Hardware, con sisting of f'lti'-i v. Scrnwa on-111 P'l" f,»i TiM, Cii'.i'ord, rb -t, Pud. and I^or Lik U", and l.,.i Plows and Farming Implement it «j« Call and see. No trouble to show od« C. V l' K HAKT. I»akota Tity, N.T., Nov. 4th, ls6o New Arrangement! ONLY 36 HOURS —to tmi— RAIL-EOAD, rriii: deselect id a ndl ora of land the «ers I Land liintriitsia West, rn Iowa and bnol. buy and sell Land \V »i rant* or locate them oi hunibsion for noil* cldei.tn he v il'lonn mo. ... at V ester n rste» of |i\tcre-i buy a lid *el I real«»tatc and pay tu\es.— C.dVtiCt ion mad i it nd mone promptly I orwai ded ,1.6 liOLRROOK A MRU. AS KETR-rssdy aiads— of all «Ue»»i»4 dlflavunt pdtturaecsu befoand at the shop of G. K. McDOUGALL, fliat door n6rth of »h« At bo 1st Ohurc*, rear treei, Steal City, lews. teeMUS sorthhesteri St«i C'omji»ny'a 1 HORSE COACHES, Will after tlii« date, leave Simn Oity on TUE8 IA VS. I'll I' ItSDA YS sud SUNDAYS alt o'clock, I». M., connecting with tho CAES, AT BOONSBOKO, oa TTK8DAY. TIlt'ItSDAT morulugs, snd with tbo aad CATtKOAT CAES, AT ACKLEY, on MONPAYS. WFPNESWATS snd FHIPAY^, nia^ms '1 nrnU Honrs nuieUer time than »sa svsr made from PI«II* cjtv to Chicagooor Dahi^no. •ie»«|»f. life. ©«•. »th, I8t».