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lATIIRHAV, k VKBRVART 17, 1SS6. AlIererTowa aid Count j. (9Tu Sioux Citt Ltcbum.—Agree- tkU aotieo this aa«ociation net on Tuesday •••aingi R®*» Mr. Tirigley in tbe chair. The first bn»ine»S of the ttMting was Ik* delivery of a lector* by the Kev. S. Aughey, of Dakota City. At the conclu sion of the lecture, the report of the Com aiUee on Finance was read and adopted. Tbe report suggested a contribution, which wai immediately acted upon, when the meeting adjourned. tVWe are indebted to the Hon. W. A. Burleigh, Delegate from Dakota Ter ritory, for Congressional Documents.- Also, to Hon. W. L. Joy for valuable Legislative pamphlets. •J^Abel Smith, Esq., the popular Mbdlord of tb* '*0. IL House," at Oua wa, called to *ee a* on Friday. fQTA Court Martial is ordered at this post to be convened on luesday text— Col. Brackett President. 1^,0wing to the late severe storms our mails have been vety irregular for the ImI few days. §9»We would call attention to tbe new advertisement of the Transportation aud Passenger liue of Steamers for Montana and Idaho. By relerence to it, it will be Men that H. D. ttooge & Co. are its agents Iter*. This fact settles the ^u 8liua ol iu reliability. shall commence the public* lion of Judge (jleeson's lecture before the bioux City Lyceum in in a wetk or two. ^^Pkrsomai.. —It aifords us great pkasur* to be able to notice tbe presence in this city of our former popular towns man, J. N. Field, Esq., who, since leav ing Sioux City, be* been residing In Chi cago. No person stood higher iu the es timation of tbe people of this county than did Mr. Field during his residence here, and no one's withdrawal could huve be«n more seriounlv regreted. Coi.man's Rural World.—Th* February number is upon our table, brim full of interacting ua*.t:r for the farmer, •lock breeder, fruit-grower and gardeuer. It is prinked iu a neat furm for binding, on th* 1st aud 15:h of each month, at $2 p*r annum, or $1 it) in clubs ol lour *r more. To every person making up a club of four nanics tor ris dollars, the proprietor will send five Concord Grape Vines and filteeu Coucurd Gra^e Yiues $o the jtwoo sending tec names and fif teen dollars. Farmers by subscribing, will not oulyget in excellent Agricultu ral Journal, but tbe best grape lor culti vation in Jih* West. Vddress, Norman J. Coluan, 97 Chesuut street, St. Lou is, Mo. tf^The following scandalons Valentin* vm rushed into our bus on tb* Htb rRI STICK, Of all professions, military and civil, The only one you're hi for in plain to b* Seen Yob look so v*ry much like the spirit of evil, Tkat the devil called you printer from the very first, 1 ween. Ss pick away at metal, peg away at chases, Aad after awhile you and Satan may ebange place*. We k**« no k**itatiou in laying, and •ft *ey il boldly, that any person who voold perpetrate each a perpetration on Ike peor printer, il is just such a perpe tration as such a person would be likely to perpetrate. However, we forgive him. §9kThe Citizens' Congress held its Mekly meeting on Wednesday evening. Tke subject for debate was the resolution offered by Mr. Tredway at the previous •seeting, vis: "Government securities should be taxed in like manner with oth er things of value. The discussion was ably maintained by Messrs. Tredway and itjpith on the affirmative, and Messrs. EU« •in and Currier on the negative. Tbe resolution was lost by on* vole. At tbo conclusion of the debate, Mr. flmitb introduced a resolution in favor of negro suffrage, which was mad* the spe cial order for the next meeting. Tbe congress then adjonruel to meet On Tuesday evening, February 20th. i^TTbe Lecture of the Rev. S. Au* «*ey, delivered before the Sioi City Li brary Association, on Tuesday evening, •f Ike 13th inst., was one of the best with which we have been favored. The sub ject was "Imagination,'* treated in a man Mr highly caeditable to the lecturer snd pleasing snd entertaining to the audi eaee. Tbe language was refined and well chosen, aud every sentence was roun ded with a care and beauty which could not fail to attract and please. It was filled, .throughout, with poetical imagery and quotations, delightful to listen to, and calculated to imbue the mind ef the lis tener witk pleasant feneies and refin«d Mcociatioo*. I^UThe party at residenoe of Mrs Parm*r, on Tuesday svening was deci dedly tbe pleasanteit affair of the season. Though the guests were many, tbe accom modations were ample, and all seemed to enjoy themeelvee highly. One of the objects of the party was to provide for the support of the Episcopal Church— each of the visitors making n small con tribution. Tbe collection thus made was a liberal one, in that respect, apart from tbe pleasure incident to social gatherings of this ohsracter, the church was greatly benefitted. If at the party many hearts beat happily, many more throbbed with anxiety before their possessors got home as at the time of tbe departure of the vis itors, one of the severest storms was rag ing which has visited us this winter,— Tbe wind blew a hurricane from the north west, the cold wns intense, and the flying enow was perfectly blinding Hardly a single gentleman but brought home with him some memento in tbe form of a frost bite. We hope, however, that this se quence to Mrs. Parmer's party will not be regards# as a natural or legitimate ad junct to festivities of thi* character, and hence d*ter others from indulging in them. 'The various religious denomina tions iu this city hav* been enjoying a season of earnest revival for tbe last few weeks. Many of our young people have been induced to forego the frivolities of life, and to enlist in the armj of the Lord. Marrikd—On Tuesday evening, January oOti), at the Presbyterian Church, by Kev. A. I'. Foreman, Mii.tos Tooti.c nnd Miss Kate U Neii,l, daughter of the late Janieg L. O'XtUI, of this city. Sf. iuif, Louisville ntul Philadelphia papers p! rttie cupy. St Joe. Herald. Th* bridegroom above referred to is the enterprising gt»ntlemsn well and so extensively known in the North West One of tbe first to e^tablifh mercantile houses iu this and other new places on the Missouri Slop*. There is hardly a gentleman in the West to whom the settlers are uuder great, er obligations than to Miltcm Toot'*, Ksq. To his enterprise an activity they are in debted for whatever supply of the neces saries of life they for a long time received, aud if his ]ion«er establishments have been as profitable to himself as liey were beuelicial to tbe country —to his business capacity and to his confidence iu the coun try and people, is this fact in a great meas* ure attributable. That bis marriel life may ptov* as pleaeant a* hi* bachelor one was successful, is our with. MT The sporting circles of our city were somewhat cxcited at the announce, meat made a few day* einco that a match billiards was to_be played on tb* ai'tcinoon ol* the 16 h. bet weed two ame teurs. Consequently, at aloi.t the hour of 2 o'clock, i*. M-, ijisjte Lumber as sembled at the rouma of Mr. William Ilutchins who 'jy tha #ay hu an eye to business, exenjpliiiud in his very reas onable charge for admission. Tb* piay trs wtre Mr John Carrier and Stephen?, both gtitr.l'.oacn of thlj At lUv* com mer.ccraent se:r_c! cter.'y matctui but before plajiiig grcnt while it bc cituo ajtpur ei I iLa! .V'r. Currier pcasess th* advan age ovtr Li* aMtaonisl in the perfect Cuoli.e-is cf nerve ho manifested, both g*mlemen did credit to their skill Mr. C. however winaiug the game. Quite an inurest wus inanifeited by the specta tors, and some merrimeut by tbe occa sional remarks of our "Friend up th* street.' I0U W« are pleased to se* thai the Journal has at last oome up to a confess ional standard. We long ago charged the Journal with being choked down ou vari ous questions of the day, but now we have a printed confession that such ba been the case. 'We know tbe principles of tb* wire-workers of Dakota." "We know 'what makes tbe mare go' with them." Why havu't you hud the manli ness, Mr. Journal, before this to expose those graceless rascals llavn't you the oourag* to tell tbe truth about a live ras cal, or do you have to wait till a political death overtakes a villain before you tell what you know of him Moody alive you praised—Moody dead you condemn. Poor Moody has been duped, has he, Mr. Journalt Tell us more of whutyou kuow about those fellows. Don't use the word "Executive" in so obscure a sense. We were long since told that bis excellency, 1 h* Executive, had an interest i n Moody's sheep, but we thought nothing strange ol that, for we know hiu to be a wooly head aud a sheepish sort af a man but then so loyal a man would noi be guilty of purloining »beep, certainly, from the gov ernulfnl. Whether he would take $30, 000 out «f the government, under the pr* teat of making treaties with tbe Indians, may be an open question, but certainly, really, Mr. Journal, don't try to make us and tb* public believe that the "Exccu lisre" of a great- Territory hua been en gaged either directly or indirectly iu pur loining sh*ep from or through tbe means ot the government. We don believe he would do it. We think bin trails of char acter are more those of an anaassin. He has the courage to stab his neighbor in th* back in tbe dark—but that is all. Be yond this b* is as harmless as anv on* of Moody's wool I tribe. I DAXIEL DENEES, BUGGY, CARRIAGE AND WAGON MANUFACTORY, Watir Street, b«twH* 3rd sad 4tfc» Adjoining B.Luoe'a Blactaemith Shep, SIOUX CITTt.,....~Z—~..v. IOWA* Tpullii:K8 AM r|UKE now prepar»5 to furninh employed. The public patron age respectfully solicited. Sionx Citv» Jutis *4th,lW6 —tf New Advcrtisem'ts Ho! for the Gold Mines. The Moutaca and Idaho Transportation^ Line, WILL OITi Through Bills Lading, To Fort Benton, Helena, Virginia City, Ban nock City Black- Foot City, ind all Points in the Mining Districts. Tlf*vary tight draught Steamer, Can ORA NT, D.iviJ llauey, Master ,will l«ave aa »uou as oa vijriUioii i* kjmmi. The \-rv f.m atvl linlit draught steamer, steam trrl^KH l.tUME, ihos. W. Tita, e.xpr-sViv MATHIA8 Sio«x City, loWa, Peb. 17,18'j6-tf Owe Ilea, Master, will laave Varcli 2"th. Th» very fast and mlnd'd aidewheel passanger steamer. HN N V (»G1KN, 1 humus Townsend, Ma«ter. Closes liillktr.l. Clork. will leave April on Pti^sen^or trip, and passengers «-an'rely on oil acevWuiodatioiis and the quickest trip »f the season. We will dispiit'-li such ether light draught boats a* tlie trmle muv reijuire. Wo huve Ir.iim of our own to handle all the freiKht cositraet. Time Bills l.adiag given ir desir*d. Fir fiei^ht ».r j.a-safc- aji!y to JOIIX G. COPELIJi, Afrrnt, S. 1.'. corijor Main and Olive St., St. TlitK, Loa's. JOHN J. HOK CO., Agents, S. n curuor M»in «od Ullve St Louie. JOS. McF*.f Agent, JJn. ~t »'onimercial Street, St. Loula. II. D. BOOGE CO.. Ag«ata, MlTlm 8lo«* City, lews. House & Lot for Sale. OfiEcontain" dwelling house and lot situated in Sioux City. The house is one and a half stories high, *ix inuig, and an excellent cellar. Tbe let i* 17l feet 1"1ik and «ix»y t.-et wi-Jo ou whli'h there i« g*«»d will, ktuble, tunl ether con veniences. Vor sale ''Im'bp. Tortus casIi. tor further uarticuiar* apply to 1 TOEK. Marriage and Celibacy, VN T!sfty of warning and lustriictian for Young Men. Alstsdi* tt.-e and abuse* which prenia lurelv »n«ir.vte the Vk .I 1'uweM, with sure meana I of relief, f^'nt freo i fi li^iKf, i'l Nealed lelti i inve lope*. Addr^s J. SKll.i.tN ll'L'G HTON. How ard Aeeo-iution, i'hi'a-lel]hia, l'a. Jai.l-6S-lp I iTnuT MONEY IN THY PURSE." K ^AL- TO WEALTH ',i 00 a-tive &n<1 le'.i.ilile Agents, male and female aud i»l all ag' », are wanted 10 canvuxs very city, t'iftn, vilUtffo, bamlit, wurksiiop end la.tory tlirou^huut the entire wurli, tor llie snie of our \V» rlje», Jewelry, Silvc-r-v.are, Musical lioXes, A!tui:ms mrl Dtherarticlee. K i 1 1- i u n i o o hahits aud fair buKi nos tuvl, raa et"ar over |er week in tho coun try. and a much larger amouut iu thickly settled lecaiitiea! NO CAl'iTAL BEQUlKKDir Ra pi en of our arli. lee, to tho amount of $3, will be seal y rem I for iimpectiv.n, Kui ii not |»erfectly satisUctiiry nn charge. Seud your addrena, it you ure of an iiidn»ti ion* tin u of uiiud and lu quest ef immediate we.:!th i'iiectto i'AUKIN.-uN A CO., Imjiortera. feMT 2(1# Hr ttdway, New York. CARE or loin BEtS DR. STRICKLAND'S Meliflous Cough Balsam Is warrant to !e the onlj preparation Lnown to cur« Cu'iKhs, Colds, Hi.avseuee*, Aathnia, Whooping Cough. Chronic O.iurfliK, .nsuinption, llroncliiti.f and Croup. Meinij prepared frotn Hon eyand IlerhN it is healing, eofteniug. and expecto ratiiii?. and particularly suitable f.,r all effectious of the Throat aud Lungs, i'cr sale by Druggists ever) where. $ per bottle. Dyspepsia! Ml. STRICKLAND'S TONIC" i« a concentrated preparation of H-v.t* nnd Aerits. with anti-a-idi earmitmtit rtt to strength eu the Ntomach and tmr v.iis ^y^t•ul. It I* e cer tain remedy for lysp«p sia or liidit.stion, Ner votifnerf«, I.nsa ol Appe tite Acidity of the St mach. flatulency and Iebi lity. it is ipit :,l«'oi^!ic. theii-l partteularly suited for weak, Ker.uiis aud J'yspepiic persons. For sale by alt Uru^bU where at Oue OuU*r Dr. SlricklMitrt'a Ptle Itemed? hat cured thonxande of the woit cases ol «*liad end Bleeding I'lles. it gives immediate relief end ef fect* a permaueat cure. Try it directly, it it warranted to cure. For tale by all Druggiste at eente per bottle. fefcll 1/ HO the with anything in mv Una of l»i.sini oil term* wlrkh i»ili del 1 am receiving mat*. rial direct from Cincinnati, which will enable irifc to Fell cheaper than* any establishment in the Northwest. All work warranted to /ive entire sat isfaction. Jobbing of every doerii»tion promptly attended to on reasonable term*. None except rompeteut work 111011 piIEAP €A9II STORE atthe old VJ corncr Fruntand Pearlstrt«t. TOOTLE 8 CHARLES Has constantly on hand Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Groceries, Provision^ Liquors, Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, Paints, Oils, Willow Ware, Hats, Caps, p0 the people of Dakota, Nebraska, Northwea J. tera Iewa.and to all whom it snay concern I W. F. Faulkner A Co., [Susceeeors to Bernard A Eiseman,] Are now selling off their immense slock of O I N Gents Furnishing Goods, Yankee Notions, Hoopskirts, Hats and Caps, Prints, Delaines, rifti Dry Goodi & Groceries. Dry G-oodtt & Groceries, Man Aught." NEW Wooden and Dres3 Goods, Ready-Made Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Notions, etc., etc., Af— Wholesale and Retail, E A Y A Y O N Y Remember the pUee Front and Pearl atreet. Remember the terms. Poettt wely no Credit TOOT1.1 k CHAHLKS. ritOULA A IIONT Piece Goods, Staple Dry Goods, Balmoral Skirts, Boot* and Shoes, Ladies' Dress Goods, etc., etc., ect., etc. ChiafW tUmm tfcty have keea QlVBX »«ay Onr ateek eomprisea tbe beat SELECTED A8SORTME1T Of the alove Ooods on the "Slope." We are heunl \"j sell tlieni for Cash, "(Jreenbai," I', ». Hou.i,, City and County Orders, and eeen Gjld-dijst will not be refused in limited quantities, »%. Examine onr Stock before purchasing flion* City, Iowa, Aug. 18, tKtlft. UOOI»S- else where,aud save at least twenty per cent, by doing HO. Vf. V. FAUMvNKR A 10. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Pbtlndelplilii. DISEASES of the Nervous, Seminal, Urinary aud Sexual System*—new and reliable treat ment—in reports of I lie Howard Ansnciatioii—Mont by mail in sealed letter envelopes, freo of chaiite. Address, Dr. J. Skilliu lluiiybtuu, Howard Astocia tinn. No. Setitk Viotb Street,Philedelphia, I'enn BUY YOUR FALL k WINTER GOODS —w— DAKOTA OfTY, N. T. -or- ClliS. F. ECKIHIIT, Where yon wfJl find the lArgeaad weW-ieleeled I And* large stock ef GROCERIES 1 And everything usually kept In oonntrr etoree, which I offer to my old friends and custoirors at the email*** |riits. u'io.Js were bought during the la!c dowiuallLif prices, so that I am enabled to sell yon ids nutch lower tlinn the 1 owes:—and I am determined to sell goods a little cheaper thr.n can ho bought in Sioux City, er in this upper cuuntry. My motto is. Quick Sale* & Small Profits If you don't believe it, come and sue. My geoda will be eold freely for CASH or eyproved country produce. My etoek constats of Staple& Fancy Dry Goods Yankee Notion*, family and Fancy Qra eeries. tnch as Tea and Coffee, ToH»c CO, Cigars, Spices, Candies. Nuts, j"ish, 4c. A Oilb«rd. N well selected aud large stodk of lloots and Shoes, £c., t:.. tc. Ready Made Clothing. Amoait my stocfc will be fotind a's^, Pruga and Medicines, Paints and Oils, Glass, Put ty. Glassware, Queenxware, ^al OU Lamps, Iookinif.ii:iv»*s, t'ioske, gcod st^'ck uf Hardware, con aisting of Cutlery. Screwa and Hinges, Kutts, Till, Cheat, Pad. and 1'or Locks, and Latches. Plows and Farming Implements, 9^.Call and sea. Ku tr'Ui le to £W «OODS. CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST owirsg trtlclea: A r»ry ©f DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SH0E3. HATS AND CAPS, LADIES BONNKT3, HOODS, NUBIAS, *C.. HARDWAilH, QUEENSWARE, DRUGS and MEDICINES, sii n 1«. C. I\ CCKIiAKT, Dakota City, N. T., Nov. 4th, 1863. A. It. APPLET0N. CIQ.JE. WESTCJTf HOME AGAIN. Appeton & Westcott, Old Post Office building, Pearl street, Sieus City, Io^ra, oppi.»«ite C. K. Samh A Co., de»iers in DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, Of all grade* and prices. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, Tobacco, Cigars, We will Cfttiiiad and Dried Fruits, Candies and Nut§, Ojsters and Sardinn, Flavoriug Eztracta, 4c., As, sell fools as eheap Pay a» anv men as much 'or Prodne«, Ilijjj, Call ana see ui. Q00B8! ehu!d. Vurs, Peltries, Cheese, Butter, Kcrs, Chlokeus, iork, Ac., meu oaa, aa aa* APPLETON WESTCOTT. •Ion* City, October 14, IS54. J. II. DATE\PORT LAND A6ENT AND SURVEYOR CUCUOKEB, IOWA. WILL pay taxes throu^bont the Plate non-resiilents r»iiTMti|.|f HEW GOODS Idabo thrown In the Shade. Great Raih to tk« 9T«w Dl||la|f, ASTONISHING DISCOVERIES I Q-ro»t Bzoltemesit at »aM POPVXiASl II. D. BOOGE & CO. Caated by theirlarge and wellselecU ed stock for Fall and Water of lbOi,— coniisting of GROCERIES, tRY OOODI, BOOTS AIVDSffOCS. Clothing. Hats and Caps, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware* Wooden Ware, Nails, Saab, Paints and Oils. Also, all kinds acd besl quality of Coffee, Fruits, Teas, Sugar, Fiah, Flour, Powder, Shot, Gun Caps, Ropo, and Agricultural Implements. Sliotels, Spades, Piichforke, lloes, aud Maouie Forks, Lat(e t'jantltles ef Ham and Bacon, ured'y ur»elres for the eepedal yurpaae ofaait r.gaadseeonmolatlug our own etutomera. A eaperlerfvallty ef O o a 1 O i And tke larfaet, ekeayeat aai «Ml sa|srl)-ao«ghtaesortuisnt mt Coal Oil Lamps In SlouiClty. i®*F.3pecialattention will be^iren by us to the wants of M1NEHS, and a full supplj of Miner*' Outfits Kept constantly on hand, forsaleebeaper than at any other stare North of St Loai* W'U P*y the klgkeat market prleefer all kinds of Produce. K k i n e o U & S a n he Cash at oar 8 tor e, wit) re deem lands aold fur tales will bnv nnd *el land warrants, or locate tlu on commission obtain |aicnts for wii.ent Lauds survey and eaautiue lands In |ersoii, an«J give description of Mime, and tbe distance of the land from rhe county scat, timber, streamy etc.— Collections made and money promptly forwarded J. 11. DAViCNPOHT. Charokea, W*t. Ml, ISM—I* HIDKJ will Ml Call, Call, ball, —, 'We can afford to, and «rt7/e«I!ft! onr poods at prices which in these times will make it an object both in purse and happinesfor the I'Wh and Poor, the Eco no mi'*/ and the I provident ,the Epicure and the Frugal to purchase o/u#. IQ^Cash for the seller and satisfaction to the parohaser. is the buciness tnotu of ••ttlf g. D. BOOGK A SO.