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Bankers. ^BLISKED IN '56 Banking & Agcncy OlEce —or— WE A RE & ALLISON, South w«l curnernf IViyrl ami JJlstiwU, IIOIXCITV, i I IOWA JREFEBKNCUS AND COnn.E-PONDSNTS i Kniienal Park Bank. New York City. Clark Itniy. &?%>, Hunker*. :St l.imi«. Misacurl. 1 unt, Prenton A Fiatii-*ri«, hirnyu. S|.i-in-rr, Vila At'o., Kii» Mfht HokIOii. ,\ntioi:nl i'lUik. 1U' I on n. i Uol l'*yrU| ot t, io ^m. Draft* on Ndw York City, Stfloni*, an-.' Cl.i.Hg.., fei gaK' iu t^uins to suit, iiurchnitt Emltrn PAfi':. Rnvfrnmrnt Manila, Land VVm i mi* », t.uiil ami Sli *«r Coin, t.olil JS Co. Wan«aii Wfhavf for sale L*. S. 7-10 anil Bond*, Laud Wirrnuli aul A^i U uKutai svilp. Onvrrnmrnt Vonrhfri, Ufliw bi»ora—• SECURE THE BEST INSURANCE. I CALLING Cro* WE A RE & ALLISON, Scutli wist ccratr -f I\arl n'.i 1 i'trvtK, •lOUX CITY, I IOWA. W« are A-rant* f«r t!o» Ml.wing c!,l, reliable, an* •tandaru 1'irt In umtiew Companies: Home Insurance Company of New York, Capital $3 000,000 Underwriter's Agency of New York, capital 3,000,000 Hartford Insurance Company of Harford, capita! 1,500,000 !*b ffonix Insurance Company of Hsriford, capital. 1,000,000 Knlfrpri.se InsuritivH Citnpuny, CiLciucat Capital 1,000.000 Total capital represent! i curing iii itvuLnck* una hi i In I r«l "OrreiibMcka" mrd .\altvnal littiilc \iitet, I' iic ii rrc lit Bank •Ills, (luinii Mrnt Vnuclifri nnd Nairn, Dri«f(i, and^Clalm* of all kinds, collected ou favoruMt! trrni* Ilepoalta Received, and Interact paid ou II uiioj deposited tor a »pfciiied num. Tin- I'ti.inoM r.f litis Houm couducted the aaaia an I ncorporatcd liauk. All letter# and order* ty mail will receive prompt OtP'tlllon. From A. 91. to 0 P. M. DRAFTS Acy country of Europe, Caa k»« ha4 at thia B.iwk in Mir.-.i d(.tired, a* «t diar Jirvct. $9,000,000 None 1.I10T1M neglect Important n matter a# In uraii'' ir?d Hi* expei-ieii e of tin* jp .at t-ar, the t:a treceilt lite 1 onmlx-r of terriMe -iilljuration*, tin large niimtfr -f failure* »f li:siirinri- i'umprtiiien of nic'll •Kpil.il. cK m..iisir,it, i the fa. lint only tbe ».SU a*taldi*!i-d Com palm of l:irgre mpi"tl. who adiiaro so ui rati •«, rau .haa uaraut.''e to the Injured the iudtluuUy he paj« fur and llgiit to expert. Tlio*c desiring Innnranao should c:iTlihazard rnca and till t* a Policy of olit* of ill«' abuvo ini'»§ Our rates ir as lo**r ui onnaifcteiit with the nniini •d Lusnca hm.x Cit* 01 i. inlir. m.iler Pt.iii-iv isstio L) us will Le adjusted aud |aiii lima in JNSURE TOUR LIFE —WITH— WEARE and ALLISON, IfJ tafciug a ToUi y in th« Mutual Life Insurance Company of N. Y. Capital §21,000,000, Tfc« waalthient and Ci.miMii)- in th« TuilcA ttalM. k«ie* «»low s* rwjiuutitiio CuDipliny. IaiMf* Afaln«t Acddtati in the Travelers' Insurance Company, of liartiurd. Capital $51)0,000. Ocneral Ae«Hnt fftiicfos, cov»rin|f ail Aeeldtntv •B* Ira**Ur«' Uith ftlfeint -thia vflWa. We4RE & Allison, South west eorsar of Pearl aa4 REAL ESTATE Tax, Paying Agents. V We buy and «ell B4m1 Estate ou CominisHion. Pay Taxes in any County of Iowa orNebraska,,,, ,1 TVaTtnir a ramplrte AHwtTaet mf Ilia Tltlra of Woodnury Caattly« more reliable iBfariaalioa In r• jar4 lu 1 lie Title of Laadi niad Town mmtB In (tela CaanCyr t«M»a MMN*! •»»fwhtr». d««23MM WXAm "05 CUTLERY: TUST RKCEIVE1 n complete l^-pur steck of f!Y fiioux City, Iowa, 0®tobw 23(1^ 1807. PS *3 id Str««ts, IIOVX CITY, a I IOWA, 9Q OUR iLLIiOM. lioos City, low*, Novtabw 2,1867. JAMES M. BACOISr Would call utfoiitlon to his Lanrc and Extensive Stock of Goods! Of eterj description pertaining to tie Hardware Tud*. Stoves, Kails, Locks, Latches, Scrcws. BUTT?, ROPi ETC., ETC., ETC. Carpenters' Tools of Every Description. The best of Tinware Manufactured, and all kinds of Jobbing done on short notice. Sole agent for the celebrated Stoves, Charter Oak," Plymouth Rock," Bucks' Brilliant," Sioux City, Iowa, August 1, 1807. Hardware u Guard," etc., etc. ALL KIXDS OF l'AltLOR AXD OFFICE STOVES. AND SO HAVE & O E W E Y & Iv E W O N Pin'-W 'J jfleehfinics Tools, eto- 0 kind of StovfiH, but have tbe latest and ntosi improved kinds of htLf:l\n zaJKf Home JAMES M. BACON. THE DUTCH HAVE TAKEN HOLLAND tr: -f •t' r*' &' j£ es Stores. rdwarc/Tinware, Farmcri and AS4K Cooking, Parlor and Officc Stoves. VV3L H.- LIVINGSTON & COMPANY, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Ready-made Clothing, Dry-Good^, LadieH Dress OondM, Notions, (ients' Furnishing Good^, Boots and Shoes, Pearl 8fc., Sioux City Iowa. 0 Jb h- y* STOCK ii mert complete and desirable ever brought to thla mHmi, mmd wilt ba sold at lover price* than the same ijiiality of goods can be bought iu atij other Store in the uortbwest. We call especial atieiiliou to our iiuiuense stock of The Best ever brought to this Citjp if '4 SOT tor auy particuUi SFFELF HARDWARE is compile. We make JTABLE and ure r,rAp a«d to receive orders tor UO»»FJN:, LAVI'^ii lifcUl t«l.I and which will he dune with xieutuc^ai dispatcL We propose losell our goods al pricea which »ii! iuduce people te*giv« ua a call. i^*WS WANT—1000 dr* atid pepep Wf Tiidea—1000 wolf skins—1000 mink skins— 500 red fox skinsj—20,000 Mu«kral skins —1000 'coon skins—500 otter skins —2.'0 bhdtfer. u-for ,u"i- 1 f-iuttS Oljr, w here will l^i.ad «luy (f Mfcli,. *j,alr^najic i, raapectful! lolivitad. rfcah Price, Cull at tl... ,.1.| Ktnt..1 of II. I. It. otf 4 f»»., pe*iiif ,., i GOEW£V~- and 'McKEWON. Clear the Track Down Come the Prices BOOTS AND* SHOES, WM, II. LIVINGSTON & CO. I'OC- 'H Items 4or the I^diM. Wljy are young ladies giv^h to blushing? Because it's a be coming red. A young irfnn who received Mowing, up from his sweetheart calls lief a wkid-lass. A rale strictly konseeshus honest man Von't bet—unless he's got a sure thing. When people are crazy to marry, they attach no conbe qucnce to consequcnces. Almost every }*oung lady is public spirited enough tp havo Iter fither's, house Used as a court house. A woman is jealous of her whole sex, not because her hus band, but because all other men run after it. An architect proposes to build a Bachelor's Iiall, which will differ fro in most houses iu hav ing no Eves. In Greenland the young peo ple who woo each other eat ten pounds of tallow every day to prove their devotion. The following epitaph on hus band and wife is found in a Parisian cemetery: 1 am anxiMJsly expec'ing yon—A. 1h2T. Hoe 1 am—A. O. lbu7. Before you speak of the ab sent, ask voursi lf the three fol- a/ lowing questions Is it true Is it useful Is it kind TTo see it stated that a Ver mont farmer recently selected from a load of his potatoes 20 which filled a bishel basket. Ill give that girl a piece of my mind, exclaimed a certain young fellow. I would not, re plied his uncle, you've none to spare. Beware of hasty marriages, When young folks are for going to church, they seldom heed whether they are in a slow inarch or a gallop. Thackery says that when a man is in love with any woman in a family it in astonishing how fond he becomes of every person connected with it. Jane, what letter in the alph abet do you like be t? Well, I don't like to say, Mr. Snobhs.— Pooh, nonsense, say right out. Which do you like beat? Well, dropping her f*yes, I like U Lest A \oung illli'uian accuse I a lady ot his acquaintance with having broken his peace o! mind. Fhe in turn gave him a piece of her mind, but he did not consider the donation as a sub stitute. A Kcntuckian, who had, afhr a protracted courtship, made up his mind to propose to a young lady, carried his resolution into effect. The lady with some hes itation replied 4*1 am partially engaged, but mother wants to marrv.'' The love of a cross woman, it is said, is stronger than the love of any other female indivi dual. Like vinegar, the aflec tions of a high-strung woman never spoil. It's the sweet wine that becomes acidulated, not the sour wine. "Bill, did you ever go to sea tkI went to see a red-headed girl, but I only called there once." Why so?" '•Because her brother had an unpleasant habit of throwing boot jacks and smoothing irons at people." So you are going to teach a school, said a .young lady to her aunt, well, for my part, sooner than do that, I would marry a widower with nine children. I should prefer that myself, was the quiet reply, but where is the widower. Young limb of the law, lately married, to his wife—"My dear, here is tonight's paper 1 am tired if there is any news, please read it. Wife reading— An exchange paper says: was rings 4lThe girls in Sioux City are so hard up for husbands th'it they some times take up with printers and" lawyers." A Frenchman who had pur chased a country seat was com plaining of the want of birds in his garden. Set some traps, replied an old officer, and tliey'U come. I once in Africa, and there wasn't supposed to be a woman within two hundred miles. 1 hung a And a pair of ear collar u])on a tree, and the next morning I found two women under the branche*. Dry Goods and Groceries. Chapter on Economy. 'POSITIVELY NO CREDIT" TOOTLE & CHARLES. 8IOT7X CITY, IOWA. Kxr*ri#tif:e pro*** that the merchant who sella In diacriinitiati'ljr on cradit *tsT charge the paying pur ehawr a sufficient profit to co*er the loa»o« aiiKtaioed hv Mm** nft*r pay —in/1. /"ruH/.im. 1KMRVIXO —or at l»aat, only at a late day THAT SO ONE CAR DC a lac lutcMtiul Trail* uiiU.i lie BUYS AXD SELLS $3=* S H.'SS We have reduced our prices to a xfricily CA S/i hit sis, antt now ojj'er ('A St£ BI I~FIiN extniorditmry in ducen.ents. Pf *ell alt kinds of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES, CHEAP k'ftli iii" PiV. READY PAY ON LI 19* Ke di$lincthj understood that un tier tio cTcumstn u' s if HI mv devi'ite Jroit. (he "iV a CU b'.lH S VST KM '—not evtn to dieu^t our pn xuiiul friends. So DON'T ASK FOR CREDIT. YOU CAN SAVE MONEY, -Bir- a y i n o w n For everything you buy. Try it for one year, and if you do not feel satisfied with theresuH, we pledge our selves to Give you air I lie Credit I E All uu need. 1EXT SQT Thanking the Pith lie for the liberal jhitroiHuje they hare extemied to un durin/ Ike /Hint eleven years, we ask a continuance •f their favor in the future, at T. O. F. MTire buy all kinds or Conn Ivy l*i oduce nl TOOTLE A CS4BLBI. Mmb»|. Immn Is*. Ml. Miacallaneooa. U A FOR THE R^lUL. ROAD! AND Down with the Prices OP Clotting, Dry Boons, etc. Qood News for the People of Northern Iowa, Dakota and Nebraska. Na Mora Rilorllaa S Clothing ta Sold at a Fair Profit I STERN & ICB TAKR r1ra»iire in informing the citizens nf Slim* City and hurrouiiiiiiiK cuuutry that they ha*e opeu il n store un the coi in-r of PEARL AND FOURTH STREET, •••ioiix City, which tin y Ikivc st.ick«l with tUo lurgi^t and luoot vuiii'd junior tin tut vf iiry Onotla, Rrady Mod* Clothing, lloota wild Hfeoca, (lata and Capa, Tiuiik«, etc., of tlio 11. yvv-t »tylt'« of «... lis of til.' very l.^.-r .,.»liiy. mill «ill (.• sojil hi«ajor t(i*u gKxi» wvi« t-vrr In'fore nold in ."-io'.i.v I'ity. W'r will g.-li Caaalmrre Malta. In-t .t. lrollifl-i to $40. ii.ll all ..I Ii. m, prc.porti-.ji. Wlieu v.i --.ly lit .it wiSiai-II j, ... i» tvi* CHEAPER Than thoy have «-v.-r l'O-n in Pion* Mub What wo aay. it uiir utore au*l fSaimui an.! js..! K-r IL.--::.-'i Siju.v 'it*. Iun». May, 1S67. J. IIATS, CAPS, ETC. a i n STOVI:S. n.\-v.'M:L\ FARMING UTENSILS, Dakota Cify. 31. T. I N MY utocli will iw toluol all kimln of f«iip|f and ltiiil1 i ii|T II ii I wart-, Tahl» aixl I'o.-iwt t*«i i t«-rjr, t'iirpi-nter* Tuolg, Sa»h, i!Ihk,«, I'ottj, Irun anil Nails. Blnrklml lta w ill finil a complete ntuck of IraT. of (in- lir^l quality, aini a stock of il r*.- Mi... afil Nnus an a-,«ui tuii-i.t of Cubic. U^ Fcliteauil Halter ciiuius. Those in want of Mtovea will Jo well to i-x innn, my .stock Iwfl'tc purc1ia»ii.n It. 'i a- u.y »i i, Ciin't tie lic.it either in nullity i-r 11. .ijnt-s in |iucc Also, a lull stuck of Tlx axd siii:i:t iro\ ike, Of tin1 ln-Ht W tktnai: hip irmi'i" \\.' 1 Tin i full aanMrtment a ainl oth. tarmin^ iiti'!ii»iU In (act all kiinU of i^iHida unually kpt in a llariiwarc Mora. Plfa-v cull and exaniini', ami ymi will firrl It to your interest to Imy of un*. for I hluli nil lu*» for Cunli. J. P. BCKIIAUT. Dakota City, N T., Jan 18, IM7 The Me re hat ts' Uiiicn EXPRESS COMPANY, Owiifil .in.! op, r.ili'.i y .ur MERCHANTS & MANUFACTURERS Carrie* tij KXl'K KriS Money, Valuables, Freight and Parcels, Over uioro than 13,000 Miles of Express Line And to mora than Fourteen Hundred Offices, Afid through than, to mora than 4,000 CITIES AND TOWNS, Just and LIBERAL RATES, Baaed o» DISTANCE AND COST! An Office ha* been ofiened in this city, and the supftort and butimtt public is solicited. patronaje of the 11. T. IIKD«Bl,A|eit CUjr, Iowa, March Uth, tSSV. Grcoeries and Itiqnors. 1867 1867 SCHU8TER & wrjlPTnr] ni'W New 1 1 steisawM Boolls' Imntnat Pall alt. 'i:j. l-». To Farmers. E K A UKAI.f IN i v i i i NcwCools- -0 Exclusive Cash system I HRW GOODS CHEAPER TJHN EVER. A. Kver offfrei in market. Their ,^k i, co„„.ri,ed! ^animoth Outfitting, Grocery and W€ hp.!••• -ik thep -i U e ha v# lar^e -.f «»ji !ah|f to v«nr n.l »•,. r,,p..-tt.,!|y a-k u to give UMvatl E A E S making your purchaser 1. HTEItX. Wlnitr Imporlatlom* AT TMKIfc— PrOVlSlOll iiiStabllShlll6ht. SCHUSTER & MARION, WHOLESALE Lijuors, French, (ierman, i n N.tTIVE WIM.s, ETC. Alkv i i iu Can anl Dried Fruits, Cigars and Tul.»'. u, Cheese, Uuia^tia SausA/e, Crackers—all kiiida, riiickt'ts, Suit, Ac., Ac, irA.XH:ilX3 NOTION® CofTt»e—all kinds, Soap—all kiudn, Ciindleo slur, Sugars, Assorted Nuts, Hemp and Cotton Cordage, Fin Bread, French aud American Confectionary, Cation Baiting, Cotton Wicking BaUins, Curraotr, Ac. Aud evrrj thiitg el»» n»tn»lly kept in a fii»t cla*» Gro. 'tirj aud UutBttiii^ i-klatlisliUMt. IlirThis being one of the oldest establish* uuMitb mi the Upper Missouri, it possesses superior facilities for the accomodation of buyers. The goods are all new and fresh, purchaserd can rotst assured that in buy /ing at our establiHlimcnt they will get good ariide8 at the lwwest living prices. Alao,a anperior article ot Family Flour, Side Meat, Hams, &o., The attention of Country Merchants is solicited to our Jobbing Department. M|rA larfre lot of Corn. WbMt, Oats and I'urk wanted, for which the beU rate* will be paid Also, Dry (or goods. and (Irf-ca 11 ides. 1- urn, all kinds ol Produce lak n iti exchanga jaaIJi tCBUSTKR 4 MARION.