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tJRDAY. MARCH 3 1866
WHO ABJI TH1 TRjtlTOm* ROW I
Durjlf tfctfatidaacj of &• late rebel*
lion it Until arfaTofttna to ©alert ain
views ilrariMct withtfcgMof theadmin
iatratijo,oa qawtions involving the Plan
ner U* Oorduct of tl« war, atjtd' the
policy SMUflMd INferfr tU« peaple
of the reedkad states: wd did aat'Wop
hart/but as o«o»»»pn, inc©*rof*jni$i£,
tifiefl, wogavo espre*aiai to ihoaa views,
and if in so duing we chanced to pass un
favorable criticisms upon tba adrainistra
tioa, cbat^utg that it performed soma act
io QOnfrottftiiipu of ll*r And the CQiiStiUi
tion and caltaltUed to pfolong ths war Atii
delay reconstruction, we were at once at
tained by,lh« ptess of the party io power,
charging us with being disloyal traitors to
to oar countrj, with diesr tiinating doctrine
freighted with danger and distruction to
the country, that we were a P**t
a*d
That was our position then and we do
nulpropose to stultify ourselves now by de
nying its correctness, though by so doing
we ini^ht reiort upon our accusers in
prefer n the same charges against them
which Ibty then piefored against us, and
with how much ni fe force 'And propriety
we could make aud sustain the allegation.
In the oni cise we wore charged with
tli I .ya'ty 'because we deno inc»d the m
tnisaion of unlawful and unconstitutional
*cts by the a4iurti»(rauon in the other
the acts denounced are not only n ti
lutioual but performed for the purpose of
tuaiuWtiu^ig the constitution.
We o not propose to discuss the co
rectness of that radical theory, that the
administration was the government, if it
was true when we offended by unfavora
ble criticisms upon the administration, it
is no less true now wbeu oar accusers are
perpetrating the same offense. The party
in power is pledged* to its soundness, and
whether it be true or false, it is altogether
too late for them to interpose the plea of
a distinction between the two, aud tb*t
when they attack the president they only
attack an officer of the government an
not the government U«e1f. You see foolish
men where your fanaticism has brought
you. Eithf-r turn from yeur wickedness
and repent, or plead gi'ilty to the crime
of treason and declare foftrielve# afrtena
to the punishment affixed to.iwpa&
petratioo.
.... 4
ttF Garden Seeds of tbs sesson
at Kent'First
s
Drug Stor
..
i j,
o
a
nuisance, a rebol at heart, that wta should
be suppressed, annihilated, aud filially
as we thought, r. fleeting upon the fealty of
Ihe good peopU of this pity by saying that
no loyal community would tulerate our
presence. We thought at tfee time that all
this was rather severe, and s far as we in
oar political blindness could see, entirely
uncalled for: we even took the trouble to
enquiM what it was all ubout, and to in
sist that our active and vehement acces
saries should inform us wherein we had
off nded, but the onijr response that we
could elicit was, a reileialien of the
charges, we then maintained that we hud
broken no law, infringed upon no provi
sion of the constitution, that it was not
only our right hut our duty to protest
the infraction of the one or the trampling
up n the other.
Who then, we ask, are the traitors now,
and we address the inquiry particularly to
th it extremely loyal class who »ut a few
ishort months ago, were so first td advise,
but slow to act in the matter of our sup-"
pres*iott. Is it u»,'Ahe sum of whose
c(Tense is the having opposed ibe unlawful
acts L'rejSiiJftit, whom we had no
ha#id Ln eluding, and oter Whom #e
could ex»rci*« no ii.tl-ienc. «r is ittlo»e
who then deuptto&d MS /of wur.eff rts in
support of the constitution, and now de
nounce their own preanient for his pernis
tani resistance of every encroachment
upon the lijfhrs ffuaranted bjr lint sacred
charter of our liberties.
S
lie a little consietcnt gentlemen, con
fess you are all wrjng then or hold your
selves in readiness now to be immolated
upon the pages of your own wild thorie
k*
J9" Buy your fapcy C^di«»vd
•Jtwlea/ffi BfrwAM»'a 'A (J
1
jT"1. I I! 1
JIEST lATIOIfilLGROCLEY
Tf .4
U-
7
WTBION STOte.
«-•ss
I »wM mpwtfniiy aan9«n« th* ettfeetn of
Sioux City. iJakutk knit l.ra»ka, lliat I have
Opened a on Pntrl ttrco*, in tttf uildiug
fownmtlj «C«api*4 BY
A.
HUM,fur

tb# sal*
»F
jip 1
e-4? V" COFTEE.mtt ., ^_a'
&P7VM®, rEFFEft.
STARCH, ftALEBATUJg.
NUTMEG, SO AI', 1 OB A OCO
IB
U 3
GARS, MATCHES, DRIED FRVTT
GREEN FRUIT, OYSTER^
MARLINES. RAISINjt ....
W FIGS, NUTS, Era
u
1
And eeory article naualljr kept iu a Grocery Store. loetUfWi
RtawtMi Mm place- A. Hm' elU
Marl
PMMmA. Hail
1
«IU
u* a^Qomtmm,
Me«a City, Iowa,
gMlf
mm'
jurr BxciiTu
L. l. pa
40 barrels B. 4 D. whiskey, i.- IT
20 batf barrels D. k O.iAyNyJ
5 barrels OM Rye, 1
4 barrels of Oin,
i 2 barrels of braarfj
10
44
2
2
2
I
1
V*'
July'J-S4
BUGGY, CARRIAGE ANK WA60H
MANUFACTORY,
Water Street, betweea IN aad
Adjoining B. Liuee'e BlankaaiiUi .^bap,
•ion
/BTTP1 9 now prr|iitri|
HARBWARB STORB
Treeetvioft
Miftcol 1 anflon»« ^Tilisce^ianQopB
(Q^eeWEIt, CiKOCBSlES^ IfBXtCO MEXICO
s
barrets ssotassHf ii
65 barrelfsatl,
60 kegs
tit
nails,
20 barrels of sugar,
10 sacke of coffee,
20 boU. apples,
5 bbls. peaehes
—-JkXSO-r
Qlass,
Putty,
Soap,
Tobacco,
Salaratus,
I^an i
Shot,
Csndles,
Gingw-, SholJ
1. D. PAftMBt.
oitf
r"
DRUG .STORE!
Sign o hvidla+Mof i**ri*
Vs. 15 PSAftl, TUBHT, lUutCity
Hti i
.. u
'i
'J
Urii^» kikI Mrdtrlnm, aii'l ni\
th ng pui'tMiinii^ to tin- I u liisiiiFfK M\ »SVMI
lli 111 i larj« an cr,ai i D^«»ery Hi ticlf
of MrH'iiip ii f«l e 11 n of the iis0a*M
of thii, liniAi*. Id adUitiun to tlie r#g«ilai Drug
UusiBMH, 1 keep
Ch«wlajt
lid Sirinkttiy
Tobacco an Oift»r*
lt«ral.o». «|)d
9cotc)i Smiflft, I'liVKrincli
r«%lilv. Pnr« I'urt hikI Slitrfy
Wins*, I'111(.'In k I Kuisi »lio,
of all Stittioiiaiy
i|rx« T«rMtjr.-eaiarMr»e a«Aks^
u«ba* s .IOUIMHI» t)i lu.. K(,ie. A*
|a u 1 t. uii
Ajifjrtrel Sc!^6r'f)a&iKi,
9ti*1i«iar« no# In ak»in a«t|oo)t
Wat! *'•!«i .\pJ iii.iU*!•, U'tc *ad
beautiful i o
Toy*. Alio-tm iltlirn'i M.ia| %i.-A_
Olttr. antl llarri^'a
i
tksit n*atl ns tiinfitt gn t,f,
reeomiitrtiif thrill totlio uotira
*1
u*i««Tf fatr«n tl»
niriiclmi "Pre«crli41 ft p*
Aruratel,' lii|m*«!.—Al'th* mo»l ralinl.l iand
popular 1'atoBt Medicinal k»|». .
Jiinel-SS CLIAKI.E^ KENT.
f30,000,000
Sash,
I
Powder, &c.
i r.
Puniitarer ^itraitnre I
Just r«c«it«d aad for
30 doz. Common ar.d fine chairs,
10 Wood snd cane seat rockers,
5 Childs table and rocking cbair%
5
Office chairs,
Card and Centre tables,
Breakfast tables,
Dining tables,
Common wash stands,
Bureau's with glass,
Bed steads, assorted,
Double muttrasses,
Single mattrasses,'
Double lout»g«%. "I
Single lounges,
TTii safes.
1
2
I
11
I
1
5
i
to
ftirnith lha
pnldic with an vthine in mv lina
ri.il direct from CinciDnati, wljich v jil emii.ip iua
to *fll cheaper thitn any cfclulilMinulit in tba
North WMt. All wurk warranted tu ^ive en the »at
Islaction. JgbtiuK ol a»''iy dociiption promptly
attended to on iraaonaMe lermn. Nona except
competent workman employed. Tha puhiir patron
aga raapectfully aujicited.
DAKIMIi DBllSWl
•e«i City, Jaaa 14th, ISM—if
sioujTcItv
UB nederilipietfha* 6n liancf and it ecnatMtljT
new additloDa «e Ma Meek of -P
flARDWARR,
.010 SOIUC5,-T,"!AM
ff
9 *j
1
it*}* ,.
All of It will be aold at greetly redtfetetf prieee fir
Cash, to euit tbe tiiuea.
A.OKOMXG*|1.
jant4 Sign «vf the ill -taw.
"pDT K0N£Y
It
THY
a,u*uch
Oora§r Itr*
ng
PVS8£."
BOAD TO WEALTJI
A.-0M aetlnMl ttUaUa AfenU- male aad till
aud of ell age*, era wetfed cetivaaa eeerf clty^
"*«, village, haiulet, wurlMkop aed
thrueghoet Hie entire worlf, lor the aale of ur
M'atclieH, Jewelry, Silrar-vitre, Mnetcel Bvaea,
Albunimi and olhur arliclee
EneiK!tii'. pi'raun.t of good helilta and fair huai
tact, ran clear over $ir per Week i the conn.
(t
Tlte public are invited to rail and aee me. I eell «Afl»rrit MnniBraii M. MrllKMfiT k CO
cke«| for caati. I -ill pay ttie faigltMt market. |lO VAPITAI, BEQUIREP! I I
prii (er
Matter, Est*, Chlckoas, Etc
»n iuduitruMit Utru of luiuU la uf
Km I« taaa «^,-a_ '^KKINfrOiijACO., Iflaport^cfc
Mom* 1 I i A TOMIEY8 e LMr, Sleu* City,
a, »•». 18, IMS, Ml7«m tot Broadway, NevYork. Mebrafta OBee oa Ueagleaairee
J\
JLSi
•iaiin ini»f I
Republic of Mexico.
Th* Flrat Year's Interest Alraady
PrevldeiUThc Noil Oaalralila
viitmiat Krtr Offered.
Laiiiln siXf v
ti*^% of A#ficiUU"-al
yrr
1865 MEW tiOOOi 186*
James Hut chins,
MERCHANT TAILOR
tv City, Be
Ml!
FnlUnil \VInt• toak
It. would rt»pfrif*IJ» annaanaa ta Ikaelti
r.»ii» ofSi#n\ City. I.%L'ta T«irit"ry, and
Noi tli-Wat»'rn N»l'ra»n», that having an snlira
now at'icli fl'
•-i
Cloths, Caitimerti and veatiagf,
i v pi- jiar^d to suit an-ardiug Io tha wanta
of Ptnti'!in». M^3arMant4 ent, an4 M
p.iin«( iirail dona, 6twr« ana doar uurth af
Kant'* Drn -Store.
BY—
ami
A-
Ha fiKAIlER'S
w»T.
UIPUMB1ITI,
**4+olistt*
i io is
I
T.
LOAN
.V/
v y i A
Twenty Year Coupon Ronas in Sums *J
$G0, $100. $500 and $1000 —Inftr
est Seven per cent., payable in
the Ottpqf' Nmo YorJc.
cipte and Interest Pay
able in GOLD!
$10 000,000 to be (old at Siitr Ccata an ttaa Bailar,
In U»S l'u»«sn-y, tliua jriailins an jntareat of IS
PEK£K»it. IN froLD, TO| MNT»ls
BUK)T, a^ (b»VMe*lMtt tf
cent. I l*orp!iieS, Ii!iinrt* aad
Taxrs, in the Statra Tam.nillpa* and MunLuia
I'otosi niul the plighttul to.itb of the said Matai
and tlm (Jeneral (Jo»nrnineiit ara all plrdjad for
the rc|wmption of thaaa fiooda aud vaywaat af
intermit
r*» swusWyaiitiiiB:'^
$: 0 in TT 8. Cnrrancy wttt buy a 7 par aant. Gold
Bond of 5oft.
5 0 in I'. S. Currancy will buy a 7 par cant. Cold
Bond of 5100.
531* iu L\iiCurreucj wiU )^]i a I parcfni UalS
Bond of fSob
$«0(i in LT. 8. ciirrauay *it1 a 7 p«r cast.
Gold Itoiid of 5I.IHK).
»%. I'!t a\ei v !"vcr of lUpubtieaa Inatltutiaaa
bliy ttt lr/««t ONI BOM)
Circulars forwarded, and anb«cri|tiona eSraWad
by JOHN W. COKI.IKS A CO., and
J. N. fiEJTT, Financial
fr
t-«
ll1"
Kapublis *f
Mftfro, York
Snbgcription* al«n raceived ly ftaokn aad
Ban«era gan«rall.v throughoat tli* U. S. Sat
JAMKfl HITCHIIW.
BieaxCity, Kef temper,
Ci, 1S4*.
:—l_: Jju*.
P. B. WE.4RE Jt CO,,
Coqjivii^ign^J^cliaiits,
118 South Water St.,
V, o. ^i.:L.6Wi6A6iil,-'il.i/y
I^on
th« uir-lia»# atwf aate i.f all kind* of Fre
(lii'-p s'nl Hprch»iiiixe. Particular attautiee
paid t« tua *a1« s*i,. i
i
ri
XZidea stxxd l*ur«.
Weara A Alliaon liens City, lew
A
Tootle
A f'hnrl-n
I^IOII CITY
Ii:
"i- nx Titr. T»wa
l». Ursiithle^ Co. Tankto'u 1). T.
8. B. Ay«r«, Km| Jol)re. love.
i'irat Niitioiiul tfauk Cedar kapida, l".«a.
Fio inaei Bank CbUago, 111
BOOT 11$ if
i !l
.'UHRIK iU
iL| I keep ronatantty on hand a large atoak ef
#•1 «'liildien'a. Bo,-,
tud
Man'i
ouafom anade Boott ami Mhrvea t.f giraiteS
^»end kind*- Ale®, Leather, I.aats. Taaka,
I'ecs, to aupjily the trade. Cu«tom Work aud
Repairing done order, and in the beat atyle. All
work warranted.
••-.Store on Teerl Street. ne toac eeatl* ef Dr.
Keiit'a lrug Mere.
I^ KJtl MMANI.
Bioui City. Iowk, dept. Ii, lw.
SIOUX €ITT to FT. RANDALL.
A W a W
Th#
V
«*I
l*#03
BVILD1IO
proprietor will eommease
JES£aK3BKrlllni''*"" Rxpreaa an above on or
befortt M'ptriuTiar lat, Ujt&r— lMving Siou* Cit?. aa
foil.ma:—
On Monday*, for KA VDAI.L. and intermadiete
point*, returning on Kridey of aaid week.
*«r Pankagi^e iTMat.^e-detiveraJ tivtte oRTeg erior
to leavmigfVr t^o ^tlyve. I
«T f^kagne and ParreT* nnf»t le put up is
(«od order to pre»i nt duuianinif hy raniportatleB.
A. II 3 It A Kit, Proprietor.
CHAM. K. HMirn. Agent.
Sioax City, Iowa, A up. 20tb, It-W.
4
'j ni
HOHBU McUEVRV & en
General L&A4 .Agent
»BWISO!f CRAW FOR II COUNTY IOWA
WIU
pay VAKmtlicmigbaitt tt«eM*4#4 wHI*»
Lsiida aoiu fur Ta*"it will fiW»WI»«lA.
etractaof Tit tin liny ami eel I LAMlS on Cum
nalcMion ottaJn 'patent*-frir fSorvrtiment' hmttlirf
Survey nnl exiirniiie laiidin peieon, and nive dee
crlptiuu ol «ame,*aul the UMtiutce o| tlia L*ii44|mi
th« County Seat, Tiuihvr.
R)HI|«,
StreauiH, otr.
I »f Land WarrAateoonaUutij on btm
.f*.
Raiuplee of our articloi, to the amount of t3. wilU
benenl y mall for inspection, an ir ii"t perfictly 1
aatimactory no rliai//e. Hen# your nddre-'a, if you
••o.Htrtimr,
Hut ion 4 Joy,
iw*
flttythoneaiMI Arret•retiotro Prairie MmI Tim.
'efger aiuuiint be» Land fur aale. «o idaelv»tiv«a or lie I
oca
ties
Advertisem'ts
O. F.
Established In 1856.
AcMe# to Hwine in wnmt,
/rm^withont even' thft upual
"red stamp enclosed," at
TOOTLE €114RL12S'.
hlSe'liDg out at astonisli
ingly low prices.
Hard times 'no where' wlien
you buy your Dry Goods at
TOOTLE lb CHARLES.'
Twenty thousand Dollars
worth of Goods must be sacri
ficed to raise money to pay
OUR TAXES.
A large assortment of Dry
Goods, Groceries, Provisions,
etc., etc., that can be bought
of us at less than New York
retail prices.
Buy the
rica of
in Ame­
best lea
TOOTLE CHARLES.
Bay Branson'* celebrated
Fine Cut Tobacco of
TOOTLE 4 CHARLES.
t?4
rl &
1
Buy a good Overcoat at
Seven Dollars and fifty cts,, of
TOOTLE CHABLM.
4 i'* ,€.H.
1^0
^Pii^Be fniiijouB pricea fop St
»,uvu ic in At -ij: .. u.s.yt-},,.
days only. Com© at once and
get your supplies. Bring your
money baick
Lowa Wl1
a4 {iertiiH
pa*ctiw ttt tbe Courted Iowa a
•SmTI
s
i
Dry Goods & GrdCerids,
I^TBW «OOD8. NEW GOODS,
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST
BfftfYOCttFALL WiiJY&t GOObS
?**1\
11—
DAKOTA CITY, N. T.,
—or—
CHAS. F. ECKUiRT,
\Th«rc yon will flod »ha
ls*ge and wall -asloatad
And everything iiaunlly k^pt In conntrr utoraa,
w 11i: Ii I fitter to y Id li ii nds mid rustonicrs ut the
amall est 'ofit*. Si v ^"ods wero hoii^ht diinu£ tlia
late downt.illof prlfPA, lo that I atn eiiu'dad to tall
you good* iniH ti l. wer than the lowest —ami I am
(leterniiio to sell yood» a littI- i-ln-aper tlian cao
b« bi'ii^ht in Sioux City, or in this upper country.
Mymottuia(
Quick Sales
A,
cRonpmps
i i..
Grcenhfu,/' we change them
for youilifiyii^^ou iilt^Dur
footle & Charles.
February 24tb, 1866.
wi*.
•«Lb( SftlcUl: A very
•of
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
LA I) IKS BONNKTS,
HOODS, NUBIAS, 4C.
HARDWARE,
QUE E NSW ARK,
DRUGS and
MLD1CINE3,
And a Urge iloek ef
GROCERIES 1
Small Profits
If von don't believe it. coma and aie. My geeda
will he aold freely lor CASH or approved eountry
produce. Mjr stuck couaiata of
Sfaple& Fancy Dry Goods
Taskao Notion^. Family ani fancy Gre
ceriea, snch a« Tea and Ceffoe, Tohaa
co. inar*. Spioea. Caniie«. Ni t»,
j'iali, A well selected audi
large «tudk of Boot* and
Shoe*, Ac., Ac., Ac.
Heady Made Clothing.
Am««|[ tny atoek will he found ala-. Truga
and Medicinan, Paint? and Oils,Claaa. Hat
ty, tilaaawaro, Qneen»*fare, Cr*l »»il
Lamp*, l.fnkinB.i»in«aee, tloeke,
good »tck of ll*rt«rare, evfi
ai«tini( of Cutlciy. Sv'rewa
Mid Hince*. liutl-. XiU,
Cablord, Cheat,
Pad. and Door
l..x i»«. aud
Latclirs.
Plow* and Farming Implement!,
a*. Call and aee. No trouble 1t thr w pood*.
C.
V.
KCH1IABT,
|akcta City, N.T., Sot. 4th, 1865
A. R. APPI.ET0N. ft SO. S WUICOTt
HOME AGAIN.
Appleton
Westcott,
8c
Old Post Oraco huildiag, Pearl attest. Nioux
City, lowe, opposite C. J(,tfinith
A Co., deal era in
DRY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SH0ES»
LADIES', MISSES' AND
CHILDREN'S SHOES,
Ofafl grade* Mi ylfa. ..
Tobacco, CJgals,
C»U«ied'jRDd Driji S
Candiei »pd Nuta,
Ojt»tsr« and Surdiotd,«
4'UToring^Exli:«:t*,
SM2w» &0<,
Ac.
A ,:
.v
Wo will aell #e*«awHlWl*a| ate*** •Itenld.
Pay-is nui.-li for Pru.'ure, flde«. Kur.4, I'eltriea,
Chot'Ke, Hutiei, Kkk''. t:iiiok«u», I'ork, Ac., aa auy
men can. Cal, and aoe tie.

appmctoh a weittoTi^
«o«a City,
October 14, lftf t.
-'H-
Man wanta tmttttt!P here l»elonrt
Kcr wauls that litilifliVrtg
READ I READ I llEAHl
I
Y
fiamm anfl rASKETI-ready made—
V/ of allateweaad different patteraeeaa a«fo«iait
at tke ebop of
R. McDOUGALL,
G.
Ffret door north of tba Metbodlet Obareb, 9mF
mm*, Ma«a Olty, Im, *eej
Groceries.
18£6 1866
1^. (\IH i .'IKLCKER. 12
SI
IWTi
O E I E S
New goods, New goods.
Exclasivc Cash system!
new goods i
CHEAPER THAN EVER.
I mmiBit Snmmer Importatlau•
Mammoth Outfitting, Grocery and
Provision Establishment.
GEO. H. SCHUSTER,
TirHOLK'JAT.T! and Retail I)«al«r in Cfettcr*
rerch. (ieriaan aad Kative Wina«, Laar
Beer etc. Alao, deiklar in
Dry Gooi1«. Boota ami Sho««,
Can and Dried Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco,
Cheese, Bologna Sausage,
Crackeug—all kinds,
Gents FuruisLinff Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Blankets, Flannel,
Ticking, iJrilJieij,
Macron Cover#,
buckets,
Sail,Ac.
»®.POWDER AND SHOT.^f
Coffee—all kiqds,
Soap —all kiu4«,
Candles—star,
Sugars, Assorted Nulf,
Hemp and Cotton Cordnge,
Fi# Bread,
French and
American Confectinry
Catton Batting,
CSoUon
Raisins,
Currants
AnAevcrything elao aaUAllf Jiept in aflrstclaia
Grocery and outfitting i»t.iLi!i»bmcnt.
#®"This being one of ilie oldest estab
li^luiunls on the Upper Missouri, it pos
•t^sts superior tacililics for the accomo
dation of buyers The giiode are all new
and Iresb, and purchasers can rem assur
ed that in b»vinj at my establi^hmi'nt
they wilt tb«
living pricea.-
Alao.a superior artiele of
Family Flour, Side Moat, Ums*
'1 ha attention of Country Merchants it
Solicited to our Jobbing Department.
A larpe lot of Corn, Wheat, Oats and
Pork win.ted, for which ihe lest rates
will be paid Aiso, Ury and (ireen Hide*,
Fuia, and all kind* of Produa* talt*i\ in
exchange for good#,
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