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Da. GEO. B. GRAFF, lion. Peo.,
For Dakota nnd vicinity.
To WILLIAM E. PARNKLL.
Sia. Ynu are hereby notified to nppearbc
fora tha Regleteraad RecieTcr of the I. nnd
OITiee at Dakota city on Baturdny Deo. 17th
10 o'alook A. M. at wkioh tiniv and pU e I will
prove my ritfht to enter by pre-emption the
B irth half of the north went quarter of ecct on
night H Township twenty-eight f'.'S Riingo
Bine (t) Jiaut. JACOH VAN AL'KK
DAutatlty Vol. 20 1859.
TO WINTHROr BLAKE :
You will take notice, that on the lKtb d vy
of Beptember 1H6H, a jeiition was filed by
Thomas 1. uoiner, 111 '.&- eiera.i omce 01 ine
IhirJ Ju."lril Dinrict of tie Territory of No
braae, fi-r tlie ronnty D iknt, iig'iniKt jour
i?!f and A lm" r1. I'm 1 1 r, Ktalinc m fuht)ii ce
tliat on thr 'lt Any if July 1H60 I parcbwii'il
of ieid Ainu 8 I'aiker a certain Military
JSouDty Lund Warrant, Nuutbor 84,874, for
160 aores, tsfued under tho aot of Congreen of
Maroh 8 J 1&5, toeaid Winthrop Llnke, and
was sold and assigned by raid Rlake to uui I
Atsni H. l'arki r, aui that said wurrunt was
sold and and assigned by said l'urkcr to me,
the aaid ThomriH T. ('oilier; and that on tho
21 tit day of July lb.VJ I lout the said Land
Warrant, that 1 have not iu any luauurr sold
rr asHigned the mid warrant to uny pereoh or
je'sonn ; that 1 have not received a considera
tion for the suid warrant of any disoription;
and that I am now (he legal owner of said
warrant, and that tho legal title and ownership
to snld warrant be adjudged to be iu me. And
y nu are hereby required to appear and atmwer
or demur to said petition ou the firet day of
the next Urm f the District court, for aaid
c-iooty tote held at Dakota city on the 7th
day of NovembiT, A. D. 18,U.
THOMAS T. COLLIER,
Dakota City Ootobor lat V. V. 3w
TO II. H. CIIAFFE, ouJ all othirt vhom it
You are hereby notified that I shall
appear before It. Kates, Mayor of Dakota
(Uiy, Ob the oth day of November, lH&'J, and
demand ef him, as Mavor, a conveyanoe of
Lot No. IS, in Block 174, as I clalui title to
the same. At which time and pUco you can
appear and oontest my right so to do.
D'.ui Ciiy, Not. 4. lt69. 8
"j 8 '". reby r'n.'u to a.l l payers iu Dakota
eo-jnty N. T tiiut t wiil t e at Dakota City
ua Satuiday Nov i'th, aud every Saturday
thereafter until !r;hir notice, to racuiv their
tiiri, which are now due. All are therefore
requested to call and settle forthwith. Office
hours from V A. M. to 4 1'. M.
Dakota city N' T. Nov, lUth 1M9 iw
ON the Sl.t diy of July, 1P60 a Military
Bounty I.ne l Warrant Number 8437 1. for
160 si-re!" iuvd under the aot of Manh 'M
.8ii t Wi'.tiiiop HKke. Auy person fiuding
the :ii'l Viarmut will be liberally rewarded by
leaving the r,ie at my cilice lu DukoU City,
Thomas T. Collier.
Dakota City Aog. Oth 1W0 Jw
It twbi to all t. Ins rllm
Mlrti.cl HIT UK of lk. . rounty, dn-v.iHl. ll.it
I li.j .- riuirt to lil Hi. u i..VrUir iilnl
uartier. ili.rr. la ' Hi. v al tl,. 1 r. Uie ii.uii u r
Mill ruut)r, to lb. Tml. ry i( Nl.ruka, uu or tli r.
1. It. St.t Jay ol J.uu.rv !)
vtkd-t iar buJ ( " Mvt pr.nl.ied tjr
.-..uui; .r Uiit ott.M.; ibU -0th uojr tl i l..lr,
i.l m T OLlirR,
prt k.t. u1 1 num.
DAKOTA C I T Y .
K. F. MASOX l'roirleor.
TM .Tini -ll. i If. .. ) nnw .i oin l m r
tli.D eni" J'tr. 'J tie IT' I tour Hill iai In untklii I.
A FIRST CLAH HOTEL.
WM. In r. ii-t pr.f,rn of iht r'Iurll'.n of rr'--ll'".-an
I S.H'P'I''" i" tl'l rn t.'umitrv li loi" T.tu '.
tli. rri. -i r lii'trl; rd li-rdtlr t.L r. . T"r
.imI 1 i"""l-"l ' 11 -I' 111. will l rh.'ij pr tlmn any
Hrl U ll' ifl In th 1 ,rr"'.ry.
.tlfifo.n wl'.l I p'I'l t . t! (Nmfiiit .n.l
to, Trn nr.., f ( lia rtit-nifr if tt.l II- :m .
atf I ' lly A' ?mt I.I, '.VJ fc. tt. M t."N
SiullI Cl'.V, o'KI.
JOHN HAQY, P RO P Fll ETO R.
THE l'roprietor takes pleasure in nniioiinc
ins; lo the pul.lic that bo now hn. hmire in
which ho Can accommodate tlirrn, In n pood
ftyle a. can be found on the Mm-ouri Slope.
By strict attention to the hi.Ih of gno-'N, he
hopes to merit and receive a l.V-ial tdiaru
Nov. 7. If '.O- tf
M'n- r if F.m.htim ntft Mi.th v''"',
MIAII ('IT Vf IV. T.
! tn il' HI KTi Hf.
Cenrral Stage nn 1 Livery OITico.
Ptyl. S. tMiti.
Auguitut Kmmttr. HrT-mun K untu. )V, Ilium Kuunt:r
BANKERS AXI) REAL LS I VTE AGENTS,
And Dealers In Kxchange Sl Toln.
I'xthunge told on the Principal Cities in Furry c.
-I!uy, ami locate Land Warrantn'S
OMAHA CITY, N. T. DAKdTA CUT, . T.
riri'MAI. attention ulvn to tlie eollri'tlon of ili'bts
1 ao.t to tlo' iytu.-lit rl lar- in N.'l.T'o'l'a iin.t town
Mioicy l.rti.o .l i.,r ritrrn l i-j it.itl.tii. lntiTfnt jalJ
on tltn.' it-p.liiiM,
Latnlit an I Inwn irnptrly linntit an.t p lit.
t Aiolfl toiler, ,t 011 tliun .t an in I loot I, rn.
iJovi-rniiTnt l;itiln .i.!i.,'i.-l an.t lo.-U'.l Hh wnrranta
or rnnli. on r iiinilr-i. o, i-r I'-t a il;are ot Itir imHI.. In
tin. 11M AHA. liAKU'l A, NKIHIAMiA til Y A HHoWN
VII. I. IJ hi Irivl., In N..,rka. anil tin, Cut, NCI L
HI. I S an. I SI'il'X CI IV Hint rlila In loa.
I.mnl hi liiimlia. Nl.rn-I.a !! anil Hrownilllr.il.
trtrtd.will b. In noirkft nn am-I an. I iifu-r .y.-il. inl,.r llrnt
liuh. 'Ho, in r.oiu. il lllumi autl Mom City 1'iMrli tn
ar now hi innriii'i.
IIik .1 r. r..ronn' (,lvin at all th nlnrlj al i nUita in
ine piaie.. u..utr.
xkw poor shos .uior.
IN SIOUX CITY
'ho undiTHigned, lutn of the Hrm of Krum
1 mnn & Scliaiblc, i-t carrying on the buinenH
on bis own account, in the building on I'enrl
Street, just below tho Si nn City Hoiko. He
is now carrying on tho Boot and Shoe bu-i-neas
in ail its branches. Work warranted to
bo done lu as good Htj lei and on as reasonable
terms as at any other t-hop. A cull from old
oiiHtoinors is rcNpectful'y solicited.
Repairing neatly doue.
Not. 7. 1869. tf
HOOT ASH SHOD STORK
IMie undersigned bus removed his establish
ment to bis now tiuildinp, on l'eail Street,
few door. v. est of Tootlu's store, whore h-
now prepared wi'h a largo and supcr-or
tock of leather, etc., to., to execut" all
ork in his line, iu a niperi .r style of the
rt. Employing uono but tho bent of work
iien, and giving hir- porso.ml nttentinn to the
I usineMs, lie can snfidy wnrrunt nil bin work.
Repairing douo on short notice
Nov. 7. !S.V). if
J. I). M. C110CKWELL, 31. D
Mmbtr of the A'ir.i Stilt Mela-al a:ul Chi'ur
V'OULD say to his friends aud tho publio
V iu general, that he will attend calls iu
tho lino of his profession; aud that ho plcdgos
to all uftiictcd with
L.ttt ut Consumption,
An I other secret diseases,
An amelioration of the complaint, or no charge
but the retainer fee, uud no constitutional in
jury, r.3 Lu practices on the
rniLosormc ixiucatioxal n.Ax.
WOOL WORTH'S ROOK STORP,
113T HKOklVKIl, A M EIX SKI.aoi M) sllKR OP
tl ihmk.. hlHonry ana l'air llnntiiij.. Mail ar.l
Ularalurn, Clillilreo'. ll.aikf, ,llili., IThj.t ilouka ,uj
la (reat varUty.
tutloo.ry of Try il-rlptln, an.t tl.p Iwt ,,, ihy,
A parll.-iilarly rholi-a a..rtnit.nt of Lttt.-r an. I N.to
Taporii, KuTiO.'pri and K.iumt a flntl.Mi. r lra llnj
Vtfft, Trarlun Cloth, Malli.-mal,-a! liitriini. nt, Va
r Colors C'oi'yiug l'..f, Coi yinj Ink. c. i
PAPER HANGING BORDKRS
a.vo isd,iw rcaniNa,
Tha moat beautiful styles evr olT. ri',1 ia thu W tt ox
any vhor. ol. ui
R T. Pa-All.
Clerk U. S. Dint Court.
1' A. Ali kk.
REALL & ALLEN,
d.'ora, r,i at I.j; and ftal Kiuitt Ajin'.t.
''LL pay taifs on a'.l Land in the Couu
I tie. of Wu: tiinion, Hurt, Dakota and
j Dixou, N, T fiee of charge upon the recvipt
of mo:iey for the fume. Ullioe on Main street
j De Soto; Nebiaska.
I t4A!l letters of inquiry promptly answer
j Hon K. Wately, Judge 3rd District, Ncbras-
I ka D Koto, N. T.
' Hon. L. Estabrook, Omaha, N. T.
leo. DouKbtv, Conned Blutla, Iowa,
i If n B. B.Chupmen: K'jria, Ohio.
1 Hen. Lvvi HuhUll, MHwauktf, W ie; 17 y
. U. I'. RitOIK,
I 81. lo.lta, Mo.
J. E BXW!I!,
Slom Clly, Ijw.
- HEADQUARTERS FOR RAIUIAINS
J. K. KOOGK, & CO.,
RrSTKCTFULLY announce to the citiiens
of Siout City and neighboring towns, that
they have jn"t revived per steamboat and have
nponed oue c,f tho
l.arjtit and fiett Anortments of
GROG E It T E S
Uver brought up the Missouri. Our fiiiods
arc all fresh, and wi re bought by one of the
firm nt tho lowest canh prices. Vi e can there
fore SELL V K liY 10WI
Wo invite the attention of all to our assort,
Co!Tf, sugar, molasses, rico, flour, liquors,
Tobacco, cigars, bacon, lard, teas,
Fruits of all kind, soap, cau
dles, candies, &o.
In a word everything usually kept In a first
class grocery aud provision house. Those de
siring to purchase
are respectfully invited to give us a call before
making their puchascs.
HIDES A A' D FURS.
The highest price paid for all kinds of Tur
snd Skins. We will also pay cash for beef
cuttle and country produce.
FOR THE r-EOr-LK.
ii.n nomiKico., i-karlstukkt,
Sioux City, Juva
OROCKRIKS AND PROVISIONS,
OROCERIK8 AND PROVISIONS,
UROCL'KIES AND PROVISIONS,
CAEArKK THAN ANY OTIIP.R HOl'PB
Sioux City, Iowa, Nov. 7th '69.
f Phe whole country is aroused, and awaken
1 ed to its BEST interests, and determined
to buy its Grooories aud Provisions of H. 0.
BOOQE & CO.
H. D. BOOQE 8t CO.
" J continue to supply the CASH BDY-
ERS, wholoeale and retail, at their usu
ally low prices.
H. D. BOOQE & CO.
ayn th. lari?et PTOCK of Orocarlos aud l'rolikna
avrr opun.d In Houi City.
FEW MORE SACKS OF THE VERY
best brand of Flour at the extremly low
nrioe of 3 AO ner Sack tiv
ZIEULEH & ECKIIART
f PO the farming community deeiring grind
1 ing, wa would say that every Friday is set
spart for grinding corn, but parties coming
with a huudrd or mere bushels, can thteaxo
grouud on any day save Sunday.
We will be ready by the first of Aguit for
Lumber, shingles and lath oan be had at the
saw mill of said cumpany, ou most reasonable
terms J J TRACY & BROTHERS
(JREEXE, WEARE AND BENTON,
llaukrra, Dealers In Ktcbaags and
COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA.
"VOWS AND HIU.S roI.LKCTKn AND lUEMITTtai
l lo auy part of tha t'nitml 8tatas.
Mon. rara-ltwl ou d 'Hli. acl iutrraat allovnl.
Kuu.ru or Southaro Urafls furuwbnl In sums to suit
LauJ 0l!i' funis rU for Cumqoj or Bills of Xi
shanira. l - ans el. rtd on jood aaouilty.
TaaMu. il. tialr. aiaminaj, aud Roal buu bought
and a,. 1.1 on (ViihiuImIod.
Una. autamd Rr aaiUars and tiaaa altso lor vay-
itllcarpposlta Pacific Uousa, In wat loaarlorm Laud
P. 8 Jtsup, A Oo., )
W. J. Ilarucy A Co., f Bankers. Dubu.ma. !.
Cisik A faritant, llankfra, IlaT.uiM.rt, l,.wa.
fultHirloD A Kiinn, tiauk.ra. Iowa City, low
I'aoplo'a Hank, K. w fork City.
ksctt tirtn. Kuaar. A ctinnat, bank.. N York City.
Srl.u.n. H Ithrra A Co., W aahiua-vnu, U C.
Ilou. Chaa. Mu, IVm. of FaUxits, Wn.hinatoo,
ltoo. A. C. Vnift, 6. V. 8., Hurlluiiton. K.aa.
" U. V. J.-tira, lutu.ua, Iowa.
" .!.. Will.aaos. Chiaf JikIm, MuscaMna, I a.
Cpho'iI SluBs, loaa. at
GUI. AT EXCITEMENT
IM DtKOTA CiTX,
CAUSED RY THE Ol'EXING OF A
LAliGE AND SPLENDID
IiHT Oi Kll..,
; CIXTHIll, URiK'KftlE"-,
BiKrd AN II tiltllKM,
mMITS AND 8IIOKS,
BiKra AND HIOKI,
Ql'KKNHWAKB, An., Ait, Ao.
y I' kkNHWARK, A, Aa .
QUKK.NSWAHK, Ae., Ao., Ac
ZIEGLEI1 & KGKHAUT.
i our Stock of Ooods is now open and
ready for the TRADE, we renpectfully
call the attention of the citizens of Dakota
and adjoining oountics to our splondid
FALL AND WINTER
STOCK o ' GOODS
which have been selected with great oare,
especially for this country, and will be sold
' CHEAPKfl TUAX TUB CHJtAPKST."
We are bound not to be undersold by onr
neighbors. We Kk our old Customers and
the Publio generally, to call and examine for
themselves and be couvinced of the above
OUR STOCK CONSISTS OF
Dry Ooods, Drcs Ooods Muslins blenched nnd
unbleachod, DeUines, Ca.-hmoi'es, Ginghams,
Linoey, Prints of nil kinds. Merinos, Checks,
Iriih Linnen.i, Table Cloths, Crash, &o., &c.
Ladies Shawls of ail siies, Cloths, Satinets,
Jeaus, Tweeds, Cas-imeres, Flannels of all
colors, Women and Children's Hoods, Woollen
Hose, Half Hose, Woollen Yarn and Mcn'a
Country-knit Socks, Children's Hose &o., &o.
Also a large STOCK of CLOTHING, such as
Overcoats, Uundcreoats, Vests, Pauts, Shirts,
Uudershirts, Drawers &n., 4. Alao a splend
id Ptock of Costume-made Boots and Shoes,
for Men, Woman and Children. We are able
vi this line to fit the smalleet as well as the
Also Hats sa1 Cips ef all Sorts and Sixes,
and a heavy srbek of Groceries, iu which will
be found the following adticles ;
Teas or all kinds,
Soap of all kinds,
Doers, &e., Si.
Our Stock will be sold to suit toe times, at
very low figures, as we are doing a strict
CASH busine.JS, and can afford tj sell at
small profits. We will ulbo take iu exchaugs
Give us a call and be convinced that Da
kota City is the place to
LAV IN YOUR GOODS,
ZIEGLER t ECKIIART. i
IHWa City Oct. UZ'J 1
U SHAREHOLDERS of ISoftely i.i Dao
Cily, "is? olheri :
There bare been several afesments made
from time to time, to defray the expenses of
tb company, a large proportion of which has
not been (aid ; and in case the same is cot
paid the resolutions of the company will be
enforced against all who have not, or will
not comply Immediately. The books of the
company nave been kept in such a tnsnner,
that vouchers will have to be presented by
those who have paid j that their (hares may
be properly credited.
One assessment was made, October 6ih,
1856. for $5,f0, oue October 7th. ISf.fi, for
$5,00, one Jane 8th 1857, for $15,00, one
July 27th, 1857, for $2,00, one September
8th 1857, $10,00, one Juue nth li68, for
$3,00. Total, $40,00.
The whole amount of as.esirnent ' each
share of e. tock of the Dnkota City Company,
and the sharehslderi wiff remember, that iu
the articles of incorporation, all the private
property of the Stockholders is bound fur the
assessments made sgainst the share register
ed in hit nau?, or that he may hold.
And farther :
At a meeting of the Dakota City Company
held June 12th, 1858, there was a resolution
passed ordering the President to give notice
to all the Shareholders to pay the amount
due within sixty days, or in default of pay
ment nil the .tock on which the assessments
were not paid in sixty days, from the dato
thereof, should be sold to the highest bidder,
and the assessment paid ; and the overplus if
any, to be subject te the order of the Share
holders. On the 28d day of Aognut 1859, there was
another resolution passed, giving the Presi
dent power to do what was most expedient in
his judgment with the property and a-scts of
the Cntnpaujr, to meet the liabilities of the
By order of tt rretident, T. EL WOOD
CLARK, to giv A'ctiet,
That if the above is not complied with in six
ty days, the resolutions of the company will
be enforced, and all the stock of the compa
ny tbatthe assessment are not paid on, will
be sold to pay the liabilities of the company ;
as all the property of the city within the
bounds, to wit : from Elm Stfect to Vine
Street aud from and from Cth street to 20th
street, has been entered by the Mayor, aud
all outside that by Trustees ; and the time
for prcuriug warrantee deeds cf these parties
closos within six months from the date of
their entry; nnd All the property not deeded
will be forfeited. SHAREHOLDERS AND
CREDITORS will take warning that on the
9th day of J.inuory, A. D. 1800, all the stock
with alljtbe property not then oovered by deed
in Dakota City, will be sold to the highest
bidder, and the debt of the company settled
up, if only a dividend is deolared.
N. B. We would further eny that those
who have Hot obtained deeds to tho lots drawn
on their shares, can obtain tho snme by call
ing upon the Secretary and paying tho as
W. n. S. HUGHES
J D. M. Chookwkll, Secretary.
Dakata City, N. T. Nov. Oth 185.
Au uful srd r.ttictive tfiits of Inks f
the yoi.rg people, tnihracirg tvints con
nected with the history of the country, and
lives of distinguished men, written with much
care and in an entertaining manner, and
beautifully illustrated titlo pages ;
Containing the life of Daniel Webster, the
great American Statesman, with Humorous
anecdotes, illustrative of his character, and
the following illustrations:
Young Daniel in the saw mill ; Webster
fiiliing at Busburg ; Webster declining the
clerkship ; Webster expounding the Conntitu
tion at tha Bunker Hill celebration j Webster
at Fanueil Hall j Mansfield the residence of
Webstor ; Webster on his farm.
The life of nenry Clay, the mill-boy of
slaskes, with nine illustrations ; tho life of
General Washington with nine illustrations ;
the life of Layfsyette, with nine illustrations;
the life of Pcnn with nine illustrations ; the
life of General Taylor with nine illustrations ;
the lifo of Napoleon Bonaparte with nine il
lustrations ; the Old Bell of Independence or
Philadelphia iu 1778, with nine illustrations ;
the Yankee Tea Party, aud other stories of
the Revolution, conUiuing in all over one
Each volume is well written, possessing a
high moral tone, and can safely be placed in
the bands of the young people. They oon
tain numerous anecdotes illustrative of the
history of our country.
Price per sett handsomely bound in cloth,
with ciit backs, and neatlv wnt un in hm.
I $8 75 Price per volume, cloth, gilt, 5oJ cts.
Colporteurs, agents and school libraries
will be supplied at a liberal discount,
j Copies sent by mail postage free, upon re
ceipt of the price of the sett or any Yolume.
LINDSAY $ BLACKSTONE.
No. 26, South 6th Street, Philadelphia.
GOLD rE.YS Jl EPA 1RED.
I)rioefi0 cents. Euclose pen in a letter
J. with rash or postage stamps, and by re
turn of mail you will receive the pen as good
Ad Iross E. EiUiot, Syracuse, N. Y.
Auy porsou giving the above three inser
tions and ecndiug me a marked copy, shall
receive one ui my ooei pens cy rnuil. i;t
DAKOTA CITY POTTERY.
ME8SR3. ZlGLER & ECKIIART, of the
Dakota City Tottery, teke the present
opportunity of saying to the Merchants and
the public generally, that they will continue
in the butioes as heretofore, and having in
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Washington, October, 185'J.
THE DOLLAR Ml
NEW VOLUME NEW TYrE.
For twenty yo:irs the Cleveland Plain Dei!
er has beon owned and controlled, Publitbti
and Edited by the same individual. It t"
never mitsed a Publication Day nor scratchel
Democratic Ticket. It has f ought its J
single handed against all opposition, until lit
nss gained 11 rational Ciroulation ami a na
tional Reputation. From Main to Califorti'
the Plivin Dealer is known and read, and it
never was iu so grod a condition pecuniar' J
or in bettor pluck politically, to flght the bai
tie of Democracy than now. For the cctn
jniyear it will be particularly devoted to
popular sovereignity anptuu prksibexck
It has against high authority, dared to &J
vocate the right of "the people of a Territory
as well as a State, to regulato their domestic
institution in their own way," and it will
cout'.cec to da so agaiust said high authority
'the world, the flash and the devil." Agiiwt
all Lecompton Constitution., 81ave Codes, ail
the re-opeuin? of the Sltvc Trado, this Pi f'-f
U devotedly dedicated from this time, hes"'
Come on' nnme all ! This rock ihall fl
From its firm base as soon as I 1"
Besides the current News of the Day, tM
Plain Dealer will contain iu euth number
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of the World.
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the sole charge of Juj. Brc kenshire Esq ,
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Jteportcrs in the country.
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