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59th Diet—See. 60. The counties of
Cerro Gordo, Wortb, Winnebago, aod Kossuth shall oooetilute the 5(Jth distriot, and be tntilM to one Representative. 60th Diet—Seo. 61. The counties oI Woodbury, Id*, 8M, tod Plymouth shall constitute the 60th district, Mid be enti tled to one Ilepreeefrtatire. 61*1 Dist—Sec. 62. The coantiM of Wrifht, Hamilton, Franklin nnd Han eock shall constitute the 61st district, and be entitled to one Representative. 62d Dist—See. 62. The counties of Webeter, Pocahontas, Callioan and Hum* bold! shall eoattitute the 02J district, and be entitled to om Representative. 631 Dial—Sec. C4. The counties of Monona, Crawford, and Carroll shall con stitute the 63d district, and be entitled to one Representative. 64th Dist—Sea T5. The counties of Green, Gvthrie and Aodmban, shall oon stitnte the 64th district and be entitled to one Reorwantativa. 65th Dist—Sec. 66. The ooentiee of Ringgold, and Taylor shall constitute the 65th district, and be ontitldd to one Rep resentative. 66th Dist—Sec. 67. The counties of Adair, Cass, and Montgomery shall fcon stitute the 66th district, and be entitled to one Representative. 67th Dist—See. 08 The oountiee of Butler and Grundy shall constitute the 67th district, and be entitled to one Rep resentative. 68th Dist—Sec. 68 , The counties of Adams aod Union shall constitute the f8th district, and be entitled to one Rep resentative. Approved April 3d, 1866. CHAPTER 142. Towns sad Cities may discontinue tdeir Corpora tion a An Act to authorize incorporated cities, towns and villages to discontinue their corporations. Seotion 1. Be it enacted by the Gen eral issembly of the State of Iowa, That That whenever one-fourth of the legal •otersVf any incorporated city, town or village, in this State, shall petition the County Court of the county wherein such incorporation is situated, for the discon tinuance of the same, it shall be the du ty of each Judge to cause to be published for at least thirty davs, a notice stating that the question of discontinuing snch incorporation shall be submitted to the legal voters of the same at the next an nual city or incorporated election, on the 1st Monday in March of any year. Sec. 2. The form of the ballot shall be For the incorporation and Against the incorporation." Sac. 3. That if a twtvthirds majority of lall the legal votes sast for and against such proposition, shall be cast against it, then the same may be discontinued. The vote provided for in this act shall not be construed to discontinue any incorpora tion until the said incorporation shall have made ample provision for the pay ment of all its indebtedness, and for the faithful performance of all its contracts and obligations, and shall have levied the requisite tax therefor before the same shall be declared discontinued. Sc®' 4. The vote for this purpose shall be taken, canvassed and returned, in the flame manner as other municipal eleo* lions, and all expenses of the same paid by the said corporation so voting. Sec. 6. That the books, documents, re cords, papers and corporate seal of any city, town or village so discontinued, shall all be deposited with the County Judge of the county for safe keeping and reference in future, and all Court records of any Mayor or other officers shall be de posited with the nearest Justice of the township, who shall have authority to ex« eoute and complete all unfinished busi ness standing on the same. Sec. 6. That whenever the incorpora tion of any city, town, village, shall have been discontinued under the pursuance of the act, it shall be the duty of the County Judge of the county wherein such incorporation was situated to publish such fact for thirty days in a county paper, if one is published in the county—if not, by posting three notices for the same length of time, and also certify the fact to the Secretary of State. Sec. 7. That for the payment of the in debtedness named in the 4th section of this act, the corporation shall issue war rants in cases where there is no money in the Treasury, and the County Treasu rer shall collect the tax provided for in •aid seotion as he collects other taxes, P°d pay the said warrants, and any sur plus of this fund shall be passed over to the temporary school fund of the district 4r districts where the same was levied. Sec. 8. This act shall take effect after its publication according to law. Agproted April 3d, IStiG. CHAPTER 143. Beliool Law Amuudcd. An Act to amend Chapter 172 of the Acts of the Ninth Geueral Assembly, passed vi imuiu ueuemi nsaemoiy, passes April 8tb, 1862, in relation to schools, i. Section 1. Be it enacted by tbeGener.,1 J-8,?'Br®bj Assembly of the State of Iowa, That the fifth sub-division of Section 7, Chap ter 172, of tho acts of the regvlar session of the Ninth General Assembly, be and the same is hereby amended by striking SWt therefrom the word five and inserting it its place the word ten. Sec 2. Sections 6 and 8, of said Chap ter 172, are hereby amended by striking out tbe word Monday, in the second line of said sections, and inserting instead Hereof the word Saturday. Sec. 3. Section 12, of said Chapter 172 is hereby amended so as to read as follows towit: In each sub-district there shall be taught one or tnore schools for the iu atruction of youth between the ages of five and tweuty-one years, for at least twenty-four week* of five school days euch in each year, unless the County Superin tendent shall be satisfied tbat there is pood and sufficient cause for failure so to do. Any person who was in the military aervice of the Uoited States during bis minority, shall be admitted into the schools in tbe sub district in which be may reside, on tbe same terme on which youths between the ages of five aad twen ty-one years are admitted. Sec. 4. Section 17, of said Chapter 172, is hereby amended by striking out tbe words, Provided further, that tu neither' case shall the rate exceed teu mills on the dollar oa the property of any sub-dis trict," aad inserting in plaos thereof tba words i Provided farther, that in neither case shall the rate exceed 15 mills oa the dollar on tbs property of any sub-district Sea. 6. Jection 30 of said chapter 172 is hereby amended so that it shall read as follows Section 30, they shall apportion any tax, voted bv the District Township meeting for sohool house tuad, among tba several sub-districts iu such tauuier as justice and equity may reqnire, Uk:n? as the basis of said apportionment the re spective amounts previously levied upon said sub-distriots, for the use of suoh fund, provided that if the electors of ons or more sub-districts at their last annual meeting shall have vrted to raise a sum for sebool house purposes, greater than that granted bj the eleotors at the last annual meeting of the District Township they shall estimate the rate of tax on such sub-district or sub-districts, necessary to raise the amount of such excess, and cause the Secretary to certify the same, within five days thereafter, to the board of Supervisors, who shall, at the time of levying taxes for county purposes levy the per centum of such excess on the tax* able property of the sub-districts asking the same, provided that not more than 15 mills on the dollar shall be levied on the taxable property of any sub-district for any one year for school house purposes. sec. G. Section 55 of said chapter 172 is hereby amended so that it shall read as follows: Section 50. He shall, between the 10th and ISth days of September of each year, report to tho Secretary of the District township the number of persons in his sub-district between the ages of five and twenty-one years, distinguishing males from females. Seo. 7. Section G7 of said chapter 172 is hereby amended by inserting therein, immediately after the words "English Grammar,' the words, and "History of the United States.'' Sec. 8. Section 73 of said chapter 172 is hereby amended so that it shall read as follows: Sec. 73. For the time necessari ly spent in the discharge of his offioial duties he shall receive the sum of three dollars per day, to be paid from the conn* ty revenue: Provided that be shall visit each sohool in his county at least once in each term, and shall spend at least one kalf day in each visit and he shall be entitled to such additional compensation as the Board of Supervisors may allow provided further, that he shall file a sworn stotement of the time he has been em ployed in his official duties with the C!erk of the Beard of Supervisors, before he shall be entitled to any compensation. Sec. 9. Section 84 of said chapter 172 is hereby amended by striking out the first line thereof the word "or,*' and inserting in said line after the word town the words "or sub-district also by striking out of the second line of said section 84, the word 41 three'' and inserting instead thereof the word two." Sec. 10. Section 85 of said chapter 172 is hereby amended by striking out of the recond line thereof the word or and inserting after after the word town" of said line the words or sub-district." Sea 11. Section 87 of said chapter 172 is hereby amended by adding thereto the following, to-wii: Provided, that the or gadization of such Independent District shall be completed on or before the first day of August of the year in which said organization is attempted, and when such organization in thus completed, all taxes levied by the Board of Directors of the District Township, of which the Indepen dent District formed a part in that year, shall be void so far as the property within the limits of the Independent District is ooncerned, and the Board of Directors of such independent district shall levy all necessary taxes for school purposes as provided by law for that year, at a meet ing called for that purpose, at any time before the third Monday of August of that year, which shall be certified to the Board of Supervisors on or before the first Mon day of September, and said Board of Su pervisors shall levy said tax at the lime and in the manner that school taxes are required to be levied in other districts Sec. 12. Said chapter 172 is hereby amended by striking out the words "Sec retary of the Board of Education" where ver they occur therein, and inserting in their place the words "Superintendent of Public Instruction." Sec. 13. That section' 18 of said chap ter 1*2 be amended by striking out the word "April" in the 4th line, and in serting March that seotion 19 of said chapter 172 be amended by striking out the word April in the 2d line iusertinrf March." Sec. 14. That section 31 of said chap ter 172 be amended by striking out the word April'' in the 2d line, and iusert iug March.'1 Sec. 15. That section 28 of said chap ter 172 he amended by striking out the word "April" in the second line, and in serting March." Sec. 16. Section 29 of chapter 172 of acls ,"e ki- o.-.- ./ following, viz.: Providod further, tbat in eases where, by reason of streams or other natural obstacles any portion of the inhabitants of any School District Town ship cdimot, iu the opinion of the County Approved April 3d, 1866. CHAPTER-144. As Act tt the provisions of said Act, entitled "An Act for a great of land to the State of Iowa, in alternate seotions, to aid in the construction of a Railroad in said State.'* Section 1. Be it enacted by the Gener al Assembly of the State ot Iowa, That tbs laads, rights, powers, duties, and trusts conCmed upon the State of Iowa by an act of ooagress, approved July 12, 1864, entitled "An Act For a grant of land to the State of Iowa, in alternate seotions, to aid in the construction of a railroad in said State," are hereby ac cepted by said State, upon the terms, con ditions, and restrictions contained in said act of congress. Seo. 2. Whenever anv lands shall be patented to tho State of Iowa, in accor dance with the provisions of safd act of Congress, said lands shall be held by the State in trust for the benefit ef the Kail road Company entitled to the same by rtae of said Aot of Congress, and to bo deeded to said Railroad Company as shall be ordered by the Legislature of the State of Iowa, at its next regular ssssion or at any session thereafter. Sec. 3. This Act being deemed of im* mediate importance, shall take effeot and be in foroe, from and after its publication in the Iowa State Register, and Iowa Homestead, newspapers published at Des Moines. Approved April 20th, 1866. I hereby certify that the foregoing Act was published in the Iowa State Register May 2nd, 1866, and in the Iowa Home* stead, May 10th, 18G6. JAMES WRIGHT, Secretary of State. Business Cards. GEOAGE WEARS. JOUN P. ALLISON. Banking & Agency Office -or— WEABE & ALLISON, •low* Cltjr, .... lows. Kaatern Drafts, Vncarrent Money and Coin bought and sold. Collections nude end remitted at current rates of Exchange. Draft* for sale tn any country in Europe in sums toault. Land Warrant! for tale, ftea) Estate bought and sold. Personal attention given to the payment of Taxes in any county In Iowa. Property insured a it tins' loss or damage by Are, and goods shipped oa steamboat* can be insured at this office. 'We rofer to the fallowing parties with whom we have done business: National Park Bank. New York City Messrs. Charles Cambloa Co. Bankers Philadelphia, IYun. Messrs. Clark, llros. & Co., Bankers, St. Loui*, Mo. Messrs. Scripps, Preston A Kean, Bankers, Chicago, 111. First National Bank,Dubuque. Iowa. janl-66 P. B. WEARE CO., Commission Merchants, 118 South Water St., CHICAGO, .ILLINOIS, FOR the purchase and sale of all kinds of Pro due* and Merchandise. Particular atUntioa paid to the sale of ARK Ninth Geueral Assembly amended ^djD? th°rel°[he Superintendent, with reasonable facility, enjoy the advantages of any Bchool in their Township, the said County Super intendent, with the consent of the Board of Directors of such District Township as may be affected thereby, may attach such part of said Township to an adjoining Towuahip, and erect a new sub-district with part of the said adjoining Township and the order erecting the same shall be transmitted to the Township District Clerk in each District, and be by him re corded in his records of suU-districts,and the proper entry thereof made on his plat of sub districts, and such order shall aes ignate the township district to which tbe new sub-district shall be attached and all sub-districts heretofore formed, conform ing substantially to the principles above expressed, are hereby declared to be le gal and as valid as if formed under this provision. accept the grant ,_af JandJo the State of ifowa, made btr act of' Con gress of May 12, 1804, and to carry out •i and ZHura. REFERENCES: Weare A Allinon, Sioux City, Towa Tootle A Charles Pioux Cit.', Iowa D. T. Bramble A Co Yankton. I). Chas. A. Sherman, Banker lloonshors I"«a First National Bank Cedar Rapid*, Iowa Merchants' Saving Loan and Tru»t Co .Jhicago P. B. WEARS ft CO. Chicago, 111., May 1, Lumber! Lumber! SANBORN IFOLLET, prepared to furnish at the elmmst notice Cottonwood I.uintx-r of all dcM-riptiai* als« a Hood assortment Oak, Walnut ami Ma!e. Oak and Cedar Fence Posts, Sawed or split, nnd seasoned Fenoa Fleets. The mill is supplied with the beat Shingle and Lath Machima, Whlnh enables them to furnloh a superior article ef tbewe kinds of lumber. Their mill at tba mouth of Perry Creek, where they will 1m happy to see tlioae In want of anything in their lilt*. I'ri. na reasonable. DANIEL DENEEK, BU66Y, CARRIAGE AND WAGON MANUFACTORY, Water Street, between 3rd tad ith, Adjoining B. Luce's Blacksmith Shop, •lOUX CITY, IOWA. I AM now prepared to ftirniNh the public with anything in my Itua of hneiueM* uu to mm which will cein|rtitiiD. I am receiving mate* rial direct from Cincinnati, which will enable me to sell cheaper than any extablisliment in the North wont. All wurk warranted to plve entire nat isfaction. Jobbing of every description promptly attended to on reaHonahle terms. None except competent work men employed. Tin- public patron age respectfully solicited. v^ioi cm DANIEL DEN EES 8ioux City, June 24th, 18#5—tf BOOT I SHOE STORE, BY— Saxa'l. Krummann. I keep constantly on hand a I a rite stock of HI Women's, Cbililrcii'N, Boy's and Men's B^custom made Hoots and Shoes of all sixes ^^^and kinds. Also, Leather, Lants, Tacks, Pegs, Ac., to(upply the trade. Custom Work and Repairing doue to order, and in the beat style. All work warranted. Store on Pearl Street, one do»r south of Dr. Kent's Drug Store. 8. KRUMMANN. Sioux City, Iowa, Sept. 10,18*6. A. 1. HUNT, M. D,» DENTIST. A /1 operalioua in (Veil tintry perforaMg in aoia'ii •i#e that xliall nive «a(iidaetiou. Oftln Vt Kcul's l*rug Store. ap^'O Drags and Medic B. F. SMITH. F. MOORE. 8SITB a MOOKE, DRUG STORE! AVD N E W I E S We take pleaseve la informing the eittaena ef IOWA, NEBRASKA AND DAKOTA that we have just received and are now offering for sale at our Now Store on PEARL, HEAR FOURTH STREET, the beat steck of PURE, FRESH AND NEW DRUGS! Ever brought west of tho Mis issippl. Our stock was carefully selected by one of the Firat, AN EXPERIENCED DRUGGIST, And will be warranted new and genuine. We have the best of U E U S All the POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES Of the day, Pure Winea & Liquors, (For Medicinal purposes ONLT,) Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, Cloth, Tooth, Nail, Paint and Varnish Brushes, Trusses, Supporters, Shoulder-Brace*, air Oils, Pomades, Fancy Soaps, Toilet Articles Innumerable, arid 1*,000 other items which we cannot enumerate here, but keep on exhibition, anufor sale cheap. ORDERS FROM A DISTANCE, Accompanied by the OAdll, will meet with prompt attention. VZSRMe I Invariably, GREENBACKS. Gold Dual or Obi'n, small quantities Remember the Placet NEW DRUG STORE OK SMITH & MOORE, ON Pearl, near Fourth Street, SIOUX CITY, IOWA. It E E E It, ALSO, That our Stock is Entirely New! The! we have no eld drugs, and that we heve Bought 8iace the Great Decline In Roods, ami can therefor* Mil acoerdiugly. Juu'.'ti, 1866. ly. Dry Gbodi A Groceries. QREAT EICITEHEIVTI Startling Discovery!! Jt i» alwayt dtiirable for any body to make a DEAD Sure thing of any thing they engage in. In view of that, the undersigned have laid in the choicest stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Hats and Caps, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware, Wooden Ware, Nails, Sash, Paints aod Oile, Ever offered to the people of this city and vicinity, which tfuy offer at price* which will compete with any MAN In the trade. It is unnecessary to enu merate the endless varieties of tjoods tvjficc it to say that we can show you the largest and most varied stock of Goods that can be FOUND Agricultural Implements. Shovels, Spades, Pitchforks, Hoes, aod Manuie Forks, Large quantities of A A N A O N Cured by ourselves for the esjHnial purpose of suiting and accommodating our own customers. A superior ijuality of O A O I And the largest, cheajxst and most eager ly sought assortment of COAL OIL LAMPS, In 8ioux City. t^^Kspccial attention will be siren by us to the wants of MINERS, aod a fall supply of Miners' Outfits! Kept constantly on hand, for sale cheap er thau auy house north of Saint Louis. ttif We will pay the highest market price for all kinds of Produce. VOL All kinds of Fl*RS and II1DES will bring the Cash at our store. CALL! CALL1 CALL! We can afford to, aod will sell all our goods at prices which in these times Mrill make it an object both in purse and happiness for the rich and poor, the eco nomist and the improvident, the epicure and the frugal to purchase of ni. 'Cash for the seller and satisfaction to the purchaser, is the business motto of janfMKi II. D. BOOGE ft CO. Miscellaneous. SIOUX CITT HARDWARE 8TORZS WELL AISORTKD STOCK OP Hardware, Building Materials, Tools, Iron, Nails, Fire Arms and 5 Cartridges, etc., Of every description, constantly hept on hand. Also, Agent for Ball's Reaper and Mower, Smith's Patent C. C. Steel Plows, Deer's Moline Plows, Fairbanks Scales, Racine Thresh ing Machines A. QBOHINOIB* Bioux City, Towa, March 10, '6S. Jj T. HEDGES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL O E Sioux City, Iowa. Keepa constantlyon used GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, TEAS, CITY. TGBACCO, CIGARS, WINES, LIQUORS, PAINTS, Kursof ull OILS, AC.,AC. Andeverythingpertainingto a flrst-clas1-Grocery aud outfitting House .allot which aillbesold CHEAP FOR CASH. Produce of all kinds tskctii n t»xchaneg for iroodft.and tbe Iiiuliei-i imtrkt jrice paid Also, kinds, l»ry lli.li *, I'^irk, and evcrythin^available whichthefarniermay tveto dispose of. a ol.62 D.T.IIEDGES. QROCERIES! GROCERIES Jl'ST RECEIVED AT D. PARMER'S 40 barrels D. & D. whiskey, 20 htill barrels I). & II 5 1 D. whiskey, 5 barrels Old Kye, 2 barrels of Gin, 2 barrels of brandy, 10 barrels molasses, 05 barrels salt, 50 kegs of nails, 20 barrels of sugar, 10 sacks of coffee, 20 bbls. apples, 5 bbls. peaches —AUO- Glass, Putty, Soap, Shot, Candles, Ginger, Sash, Tobooco, Salarat us, Lead Stftrcb, Sbot, Powder, Ac. Furniture! Furniture Just received aud for sale 30 dec. Common and fine choirs, 10 u Wood and cane seat rockers, Childs table and rocking chairs, II Ollice chairs, II Card and Centre tables, 2 II Breakfast tablet, 1 II Dining tables, 1 II Common wash standi, i Bureau's with glass, 5 II Bed steads, assorted, 2 II Double mattrasses, 2 II Single mattrasses, 2 •I Double louugee, 1 II Single lounges, 1 II Tin safes. July3-S4 L. PAKH1K. ADAM FALK, BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER, Sioux City, Iowa. I^IIK subscriber is now prepared to attend tn werytliiitK oouintr ted with the Tonsorlal art iii ili« niust i»»iiiiuain'« u'ifitt. i'tit* petrouaKr ot the K«-I)ll'(iieii Irs|«j|il City aad vicinM in re« pertfully solicited. A FALK.