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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY Hi, 14««.
Ail oter Town and Coaaty.
^Wi stop ths prvas lo annoaaca Um
ir^wl in tbis citj of Col. Sawtii.
SflrPEftBONAL —Judge Bvll,of Sioax
eofifij, in to#* this ttik.
MTWe leara that a man by the name
of Donlan *m froicn to de*th, eight mile*
thiiiida of Pooaa, N. T., on the night of
the 13ih inst. Ho leaves a wifo and ten
children.
WTfae sreatbat Wr the past week baa
been very changeable, ona day cold and
the nest ««ra. Wed|a4aJ *u like
May, while Thursday da!' tery well for
February.
SiTRjirri^ and lady arrived in
town tbia week- The Major is stopping
at the Wauregan House, and wo learn in
tends remaining here until the river opens,
so as to admit of bis visiting the military
posts abore.
"7
lV*ti8TIXf}CISIt«l» •istrot
mo red that tba Brule Indiaas of the Blaek
Hiils, being in a starring condition, baas
started tn mats* on a visit to their "fa
ther if Yankton, and fca|e ajpad# reach*
ai the Yankton ageaey.' ''"V Y'JHs
Uni^ County, D. T. of spot­
ted fever Terry Brnox Kki.t.ooo. son of
IIo«c- Obo. W. aaJ Sarah E. Kci.logo.
arcd three month* and fifteen days.
"SuffVr little children to come nato me
and forbid them not, for of such is the
kingdom of Heaven."
"Grieve not fond parents at thy lots for
God bath called it bo«e." i"
CSt^Who would have helieved itt that
•here wre eleven more females in thin
C'tj than mal*s. S-ich is the ca«*, how
pvi»r, as exhibited by the census returns
of l&Cj. This stat^mont will hardly be
believed by those of us who can remem
Ser a time, ».ot Inn? part, when the ma
jority was the »th wav twenty to one
The change indicates a great iuiprove
ra'Hil hp tbo ©oniitioa of things ia tbis
city/
19*11 is rumored that 2J0 of tha 7
th
Iowa Cavalry are to accompany Col. Saw
yer on his wagon road expedition tbis
season. The route is to be the same ae
followed last summer to Virginia City
From that place the expedition goes to
Sacramento City, California, wh^re the
nni:u are left, and tlie uiim.take ship
ping from stare back to tke Atlantic
Cu»«t
MP*11 it a aoticeaftle feature S| tbis
military pwst, that the highest decree of
order prevails tmon the soldiers station
ed here. No disturbances, no drunkea
n »ss, nanght b«it sobriety and good order,
Thifl is attributable to the fact of there
being such an officer as Col. Brai-k^ttir
command. We regard it as a fortunate
eircumstance for the town, that the lot of
comBMn4ant here fell upon this officer.
'We had the pleasure this woek of
meeting Col. Thornton, of the 4th U. S.
Vols. The Col. pnid our city but a fljiog
viiit, stopping here a few hours. He
was on bis way to the eastern part of tbe
State, and will be absent from his post,
Ft. Randall, but a few weeks. From tha
s!igbt acquaintance wa have with the Col,
we should judge be is truly what he is rep
resented to be—a refined gentleman and
accomplished officer.
f^-AppoimiEVT.—Our friend, Hon.
Enoe Stutsman, has been appointed, by
the Secretary of the Treasary, special
Treasury A^entfor Dakota, Montana, and
Idaho, on a salary of live dollars per day,
and ten cents per mile for traveling ex
penses. It is understood that tha princi
pal busineee tbe agent will be to pre
veot smuggling in tlie Red river country,
but his headquarters ony perhs^s be lo
oated at Yankton.
'Citizexs' Coxuatas—Parsoant to
announcement the House met on Tuesday
evening, Feb. 20th,
W.
f^The interest ia our local Congress
it rapidly iocreasiag. The questions de
bated are those of practical every day ia
terest—hence calculated to attract ill.-*
The debatea are conducted with no little
seal, and in a manner wiheh Evinces a
genuine feeling of aaxiety for the result.
Now that tha association has assumed
a deGaed and well regulated character,
with a eonstitutioe and by-laws, wa are
satisfied that it is boucd to be a success,
and predict far it great usefulness in the
furtherance of the objects for wbkh it
#as organized.
...»
Court .Martial has been in tea*
sion here duririg the week. The Courtis
composed of the following officer*
Col. A. Brackktt. Capt. Goodridge,
A.
Q. Capt. BnAKt, A. A. C. S Capt.
PiiKi.ps, Capt. Johnson, Capt. Coopca,
Lieu*. Pattee and Lieuf. Foot.
Cul. 6a ackett praises as Present of
the Court, and Lieut Foot acts as Judge
Advocate.
The Court is at present engaged in the
trial of privates who are charged with
having t^tiBwT ^'7 "P-'
It is probable that some weeks will
elapse before the Court concludes its la
bors.
*T
L«lt®r8.',«,n*i'lip*
1
& SxiTfl ia the
chair
Tbe first business of the meting was
the reading of the report of the Commit
tee on Uuiea and l^eguUtion*, wliijh tpas
approved. Tbe iuae then proceeded to
elect permanent officers of tbe associa
tion by ballot, which resulted ia tbe elec
tion ff tbe following persona:
W. B. SntTn—Speaker.
C. Urnso*—Vice Speaker.
A- Brtak-Clerk.
The tesalution favoring nrgro tttlfVage
was then dhcuseed by Messrs
Smith and .1 -hs. Curries
1
W.
R.
on the affirm-
ative, and O. C. Tkvuwav and !. i'KKni.n*
tuv an tba Negative. On mot^itoihoanaM
question was continued for fiual discus
sion at tba aeit aaeeting.
Oo motion House adjoaraad to maftoa
Tue^a| evetHnj^ Feb. 27th.
33i-£ *i Map. BdtM, Wet*
naaaii'ii I..*.!
cxclaim^ i*
the Posl Oqi^e at Sioux Ci.y, Kebeary
lJ-66. l'o obtain
i»ny
of these letters
the applicant must call for adeertited let
give the date of thin list, and pay
one cent for advertising. If not called
for in one muntli, they will be sent Ij tbt*
Duud Lttltr Oflire.
U, II. Adcock, Ore Brown, O P. Dor
fi't I Elliott, C. Fox, Juhn Good
man, John S. Urcve, Win. Harmons, Dr
C. W. Knight, Wra. Kuiluj, iviward
Myers, J, McD'!n »l(.l, B\ron E Pnv, 2,
Pascal Pmlwin, Murtirr PawHf, John It »eh
ell, fhoaiAS U'jbmsoit, Mr RiltfV, Jatuts
St^ihens, J..Hn C/* Stn.in, Abraham
Slithers, W. TwiTm!, Mt^s Margaret
Taylor, ^Chester V*nr»NM», MRA Asm
Wilson.
nosiixs,
'itt Ettc: io! -^Xuticl 1s liflehy
given that the annual City Election wi!!
be held on ^loadty, tha Sth -of i»cli,
1866, for the eicction -of (be following
city 'dicers
One perso-i for^if iyor one person for
Oity Treasurer one person for City So
licitor one person for Ciiy Marshall
one person fur Ci»y Afsc^sor one person
for City Super*isor, «nd in the l«t Ward
oi.e person fjr City Trnstee to fill the va
cancy by removal from the Wa of C. P.
UootiE: onepr rso i fjr regular !«rm and
in lb* 2u I War 1 ai,e person ft# City Trus
tej fur ie ular tersn a»-d in the 3d War
one I'entpu 'or ^Tagtaa. for reguinr
term
Kh ctlon in the lr W*rd to b* heM at
the hoes) of lijorge York in ibi S.id
Ward at the office of F. [.amiskut, ainl
tu THE 31 Ward at Cissaut's H»vll.
order of City Council.'*
J. Fot,i.ETr4 \Tayq^ i
I^Dakuti iTSMfc—Wi clip tha fol
lowing items from thj D.kj ati tha
17th ins'.:
ArrRDPKtAVton. or |10 Od0 fox tbk
CoMrtETio.v or tbk Bio Sionx Biuih»*
Au appropriati on bHI his bt*en rec ly
introduced in ogre«, oa.sking various
appropriations, among oihern, $10,000 for
the completion of the Big Sioax Bridge.
Tbis wili be goo! aews to the people of
Dakota, and especially to those residing
in Unoin County. The bill will Undoubt
edly become a law.
Appropriation roa SeavErrxo
Da*
KOTA.— By the orovinions of an apprepri
ation bill, reported by tbe Commiueann
appropriations, supplying deficiencies and
making provisions for suariry civil ex.
pe:ises of the Government for the fiscal
year ending Jane 30th, 18G6. $15,000
are appropriated for surveyiug public
lands in Dakota Territory.
The Suicide or Mas. Kceler.—Many
of our readers wilt remember a young
woman, scarcely eighteeeft years of age,
knowo be tba name of Ada Mathieson
3be was married wa understand, at tbe
age of twelve years, byt finally seperated,
and married a Mr. Smith. A few weeks »%4
she was married to Alexander Keeler, at
Bouhomme, where she resided at the time
of bee deatl|. U seam# tb^t aba reg^fda^
all these marriage as legal, not dreaming
that a woman was compelled tb* live witU
a man, or considered herself his wife after
she had ceased to fove and respect him.
A few days since her husband left home
to go up the river, and durirg his absence
she became jealous, supposing thai he had
deserted her for another Oa Monday
morning she took a dose of strychnine
and went into c^ivalsions almost imme
diately, not bjwever, antil she hud called
loadly fbr lard, but before 1
bis antidote
Could be adminis'ered it wae to lata lo
save the life of poor erring, sufiering Ada
Keeler. Tt is1 cmijectured that she did
not really intend to commit suicide, but
knowing from prtvi«| experience with
animal1*, that lard was a most excellent
antidote, supposed that bar life could be
savi'd, and her buebtnd frightened into
conjugal" fidelity. When she came out of
the convulsion she was eatisfiw? that death
a as approaching, aAl expressed regrets
Jjpr tW crime aha bad, committed. AJks
#o«mIs later she besaibad bar bpfc
I8^"T. 0. F.M- We have been askeH so
often for tbe signification of thaCiioitHita,
that we propose an explanation through
the Register. Tbey mean '-Tba Old For
tress" of Tootle A Chari.ks'—an estab-"
lisbment where goods are now selling—or
rather given away—at astonishing low
prices. 8o great ie tba rusb o customers
at this store, that a military guard if
placed at the door to secure to purchaae|s
peaceable admission and fair play.
e
F^T Mr. Editor: Will you be kind
enought o allow us space in your paper
to return oar thanks to the host of friends
who pet aa at the residence oi Chaklks
Poor, Esq on last Monday evening, and
after spending pleasantly a few hours,
and partaking of the many good things
provided by the Indies, before leaving
placed aor bads $192' in gtWnbfcrVit
and other gifts, amounting in all to $155
May their lives be long* and happiness
their portion here and hereafter. Rii
spcctfullji W. M. K. Caik.
1
Carrie Caix.
W^"To the Peoplb^oV Siovx Citt
School District.
The undersigned school directors of
Ihia diateivV would represent to th*peopie
that there is a great want of school house
accomodation witTiin our city, the public
owns two houses, which are occupied as
school rpem* and two* others are ranted
at a considerable annual cost. The fol
lowing is the only method by which funds
can be raised for the purpose of building
Schqpl. Hpuun. », \4 i i
'Sic. Eachkaistrict township sbaTl
hold an annual meeting oo the second
Monday fir March.
S.jo. 7. The electorcf the district, when
legally asseinbeld at such meeting, ahull
have tho following powers, vi*
First—To apjioiiiie Chairman and Sec
rotary, In the absence of tbe regular of
fice rs.
Stond—To directthe Sale of otller dis
position to be mado of any school-house,
or the sUoUiareof, and of such other prop
city, personal and real as may belong to
the district and to direct the manner in
which tbe proceeds arising therefrom shall
be applied Provided, That the money so
obtained shall be used for the benefit of
the sub-diatrict in which such scbool
hau e site or other property is situated.
Third—-To determino what additional
branches shall be taught in tbe schools of
die district.
Fourth—To delegate any or all of tbe
powers contained in the f. redoing upecifi
cations, to the jar.i of Directors.
tilth—To vote such tax, not exceeding
five million the dollar in Any one year, on
the taxable property of the district town
•h p, as the meeting siiall deem sufficient
tor the pnr'liasj of grounds and the con
struction of the necessary rrhool-liouses
U»r tht? u e ol the respective sub-districts,
and tor he ty n ltoi any debts contract*
•m| tor the erce:ioV. of sc'.ool-houses, arid
for procuriijg district libraries and appa
ratus for the schools."
And, although the directors may levy
*a ind finite amount for renting or re
pairing school buildings, yet tbey may
not as&ess anything for building purposes.
We appeal to the giod sense of the people
to bvein to accumu'ate a fund for so laud
able a purpose a^ery small tax left to ac
cu:iiulato lor a few rents will give ample
imans t«» erect buildings ibat will be cred*
i*ab!e and useful to the community, wa
are aware that the burthens of cotumnu^
ty are very pr*«nt in the way of taint, b«t
we di» think liiat no better investment caa
be »«tl« by any community than an eco
nomical, useful school bui'ding and when
a city or community thus apends its
means the property of the county is en
hanced tenfold for every dollar usefully
emyloyed for tbis purpose-
There was last year within the liasita of
of our schools 386 children of school age,
and wo are conGdeut that the numbor
will increase largely every ytar and most
probably tbe directors who will serve you
next year will find it necessary to estab
lisha 5th., schp j».and tbe «ost of renting
and fining up Teased property will in oar
opinion exceed the interest on a sum suf
ficient to build a substantial house or
houses suitable for ihe wants of coram uni
ty. Every parent who sejid to scho3l wa
presume has been informed of the incoo*
venience of tbe present houses, and can'*t
we inaugurate a small :as to remedy these
evils yorir school directora sre no mora
-interested than any others, they do not
expect nnf wmh to aMtuaga ib^e fau^er ox
pend it, sil they do desire Ts^"that it shall
be faithfully and economically used,
.tBi, Q. 11. SJHU^TJEB.
JLU HUNT.
Directors.
i m-.
IOIIX CURRIER,
•ATTORNEY AT LAW,
8IOUX CITV IOWA
WIL'i
practice J[n the CorU of Iowa, PahtfFa
nut Nu^«a*ka. pa
Sinus City, to#4. junl
iS
jt.-e. budsou, w irwr.
HTTMOlf A JOT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SIOUX CITY, IOWA.
ILL pr^ctlc* UiaConrta »f towa,
WJAEC*
OPSE
aa-
Sioaa Otr. ia«a.
New "Advcrtisem'ts
T.
O.
Buy
ma of
'J i if'
F.
ESL»ui«1L«4 ill 1896.
IL
Advice to those in want,
free—without even the usual
red stamp enclosed," at
TOOTLE Ifc fcUARLEaV
-f#
ScHiog out at astonish
ingly low prices.
I Hard times *no where* when
you buy your Dry Goods at
TOOTLE CHARLES.'
Twenty thousand Dollars
worth of Goods must be sacri
ficed to raise money to pay
OUIl TAXES.
A lal'ge assortment of Dry
Goods, Groceries, Provisions,
etc., etc., that can be bought
of us at kss than New York
retail prices.
the best Tea in Ame-
TMTLE CHARLES.
Bay
Broni6n's celebrated
Fine Cut Tobacco of
TOOTLE 4 CHARLES.
Buy a good Overcoat at
Seven Dollars and fifty eta., of
TOOTLE IB CHARLES.
j. These pfi^e^ for 30
days only. Come*at once and
get your supplies. Bring your
u
Grecnbax," we change them
for yott,
giving
momy
Po»tM StrMt,
JSBISS
u
you all your
baok again.
Tootle & Charles.
February 24 tb, 18G6.
Groceries,
__sr:
1866 1866
i!2.
K.BUCHKUCKER.ia
v rfi±ux
New goods, New goods.
a-
Exclasive Cash system
ftitvv ooooa
CHEAPER THAN EVER.
Isisxait Simmer Iaaportattasse
—AT THI—
Mammoth Outfitting, Grocery
GEO. H. SCHUSTER,
WHOLKSALK
«n.t R,UU IWu»1-r in
Hats and Caps,
Blankets, Flannel,
Ticking, Drilling,
Wagon Covers,
Buckets,
Salt, Ac.
•CLPOWDER AND SHOT,^f
Coffee—al] kinds,
Soap—all kinds,
Candles—star,
Sugars, Assorted Nuts,
Uemp and Cotton Cordage.
Fig Bread,
French and
American Confectinrj
Cotton Batting,
Cotton Wicking
Baisins,
Currants
4»i «v«r thing else kapt in a first elass
CJrov.»r ami OutAttiug Kiti\bli*laiucut.
I bis baing one af oM es«*b-
Ii«lment4 on tbe Upper Missouri, it pos*
messes superior facil ities for tha aOcoma|,
dutioii of buyers Tlie good* are all new
and fresh, and purchasers can rest assur«
ed that in buying at uiy establishaneut
they will get good articles at the lowest
living prices.
1
Alio,a tnptrior arficj* of
Family Flour, Side Heat,
Hams,
f-rSH
Dry Goods & Groceries,
EW GOODS. NEW GOODS.
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST
BUY YOUR FAIL 4 WINTER GOODS
—i*—
DAKOTA OITT, N.
Quick Sale*
and
Provision Establishment.
T.i,utrS.
trcrch. u*rm.in »ativ« Win*«, Lae«r
i»ecr. etc. Ainu, d«aUrlu
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Can and Dried Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco,
Cheese, Bologna Sausape,
Crackers—all kinds,
Oants Furtii»hing Goods,
Dakota City, N.T., Sot.4th, 1*65
do
His attantion of Country Merchants ?s
solicited lo ear Jwbbing Dspariroeai.
A lar^a lot of Curn, Wheat, Oits an
Pork wur.tad, for vliich lha test rats*
will bs paid. Also, Drj aud Utasa Hides,
Furs, and all kinds of Produca taken ia
exchange for good',
•my30 to O I. ICHUiTIB,
T,
-Of*-
CIIAS. F. KCKIMRT,
jr«« will Sa# ta«,
Ul(« and wall Mlactad I
o «ias srttetas: A Mtf
IRY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
BOOTS A^D SHOES,
LIATS AND CAPS,
LA I) IKS BONNF.TS,
HOODS, NUBIAS, KC.,
HARDWARE,
QUEKNSWARE,
DRUGS and
MEDICINES,
isd s larg* stack af
GROCERIES!
And twythlnf nanaUy k»pt In conntrv ataraa,
which oflf to my old frit tula and cuatomer* at tha
BtnalleatproAU. My goiHlawera bought ilnring tha
tale low!it.tll prir^K, I Itmt I am vuaMutl toaall
you iiiucU luwcr itiHii iIn li.wfit—and I am
di'teriiiiiipii to a«ll |iooia a little rh«-ap-r tcan
b« bought in SiooaCitjr, or ia this appat ctwotry.
My tuotto it.
4T
Small Praflto
If you t«n't lw!l«*a it, cona and aea. V? padi
wilt ba told freely for OASfl or appr«vad country
prtNluaa. Mf ssuch aaaaiata af
S(aple& Fan^y Dry Goods
Taakaa Nation*. Family an Fancy Or*.
aeriea. «uch aa Tea and Coffee, Tobac
co, Cigara, Spiora, Candiaa, NM,
Fiah.Sc. A wail aalrcted au4
iarje atodk of Boot! and
Sboaa, 4c., 4c.,
Ae.
Ready Made Olothiag.
Amoag my atock will be found alao, Ttnigs
and Madicinaa, Paint* and Oils, Glaaa, Put*
ty, ^l«a»w«re. CJueenawara, »at Oil
Lampa. l.oikiiitr.tilA*aea, I'loeka,
good stix-k of Hardware, con
aiatiag of Cutlery. Scrawa
and II inet*. Butta, Till,
CuMwird, (')iNt,
l'ad, and Door
L*t», and
Latchaa.
Plows and Farming Implements,
Call aud aea. Ko trouble to ph^w rood*.
V
KCK1IART,
A. B. A PPL ETON. GEO. K. WKSTG )TT
llOME AGAIN.
Appleton & Westcott,
Old Poat Office building, Pearl atraet, Siaui
City, Iowa, opposite O. K. Smith
a Co., dealera in
DRY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LADIES*, MISSES* AND
CHILDREN'S SHOES,
Of all gradaa art prlaaa.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIOMS,
Tobacco, Cigara,
Canned and Dried Fruits,
Candies and Nats,
Oysters and Sardints,
Flavoring Extracts
I0'
*Va will aelt gooda aa ehaap aa any'mcn ahnntd.
Pay ss nuirli 'or Proilii'-e, It idea, Fur«, I'eltriea,
Ohw»»e. Butter, Kegs, Oiiickaua, i'oi k, Ac., aa any
•MS caa. Cat* and aea u».
APPLFTOX tntSTCOTT.
BIoux City, October II, 1*34.
**Maa wanta but little liere balaw,
Nor wanta that litllaloag."
READ READ! READ!
COFFIN*
and CAftitlVTS-ra^ly
of all aitea aud dUUraat palteraacaa ha
at tha ahop of
G. E. McDOUGALL,
first Coot aorth af tha Ml»k«tlat fhwaah*
1
n.
as***, llwwQllf, lawa. Aa4-

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