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.4. (IS 4.35 •2 RAILROADS. DtkoiM Southern Rail road S TIME TABLE, l'o tnki effect Wednssday, December 1, 1816 CHAINS MOVINO THAIN8 MOVING WEST STATIONS, E 8T PASSaHQSBHa.il .... PA3SSHm Ho.S 2.115 p.m. Leavej ..tSIOUX CITY-. 112.10p. in. Arr'i •2.10 ....fricCOOK. 111.86 S.Ottmect. tj j.. JEFFERSON .. 11.18meet 5 •i.01 DAVIS JUMU'r'N 11.15 '..tELK POINT.. 10.4tipnss4 ... ...BUKBANK ... 10.11 .tVKRMILLION. H.I7 ...M13CKLING... 9.12 ...UAYV1LLE... 8.4S W 5.04 5 5.511 (i 12 '"Xi MAMKS H1YEK. 8.21 i£.f-hz SHOPa...... 8.04 ...... Hi rrlve j.. .tYANKTON... 7 0i'a.u.Leave •flag Stimuli*. ^HTetegraph Stations. CONNECTIONS. l. At Sioux City with Illinoiu Cei..ral, Sioux City und Pacific and Sioux City and St. PaulRaiJ roadrf. Passenger train goingensi connect* at Davit Junction with brunch train? arriving »t i'orl landvniu at 12.1(1 p.t".,uiul tlien connecting with Howard's stages for Virginia. Kdun, Kairvicw, Ilcloit, Canton, Uarrishurg, Klaudruau, I.inwood, Kock Kapiiis, Sioux Falls and all points on the 15ig Sioux River, and troui leaving Portluudville at l.l.'i p. in., connects at Davis Junction with train going west. 3. At Kl It Point with stages for P.mca, Neb. and Kiehla D. T. 4. At Vermillion with stages for Lodl, Rive side, Turner, Blooinlngd ile and Kiniay. 6. At Meckliug with stages for St.Jamce. !. At liny villewith stages for St. Helena. 7. At Yankton with stages for all points in southern and western Dakota, and North Nebras ka au during the season of navigation with Missouri River Transportation Companies line of steamers lor Randall, lirule, Pierre, Sully, Rice, Bismarck, Stevenson, Berthold. Bulbrd, arrol and Benton connecting at Pierre with transportation wagons for the Black Ilills. This is the only Direct Route to the Black Hills. GEO. E. MKRCI1ANI'. E. V. DKUUICKSON, Oen'l SuDerinteniTt. Auent saw City ^Pacific Railroai The Pioneer Itoute TO Chicago, St. LjCmis AND ALL Points in the East and South FOR bpeed, Comfort and Safety, 18 UNauni'ASriKl). I'ullman Palace Dining and Sleeping Cars Between Missouri Valley and Chicago. This Is the only lints running two express trains daily, between Sioux City and Chicago. Ihrouuh Titne Table, in effect May St. Louis 8:00 M. 10: 00A. Arrive Sioux Citv 12 25M. 10:23 P.M. CONNECTION'S. 1. At U. P. Transfer with Union Pacific Kai. nut ior vjoiuh v. •J. At Council Bluti's, with Kansas City, St. Joe and Council Biull's Railroad for St. Louis and al! points south. 3. At Missouri Valley with Chicago Jk, North western Railway for Chicago and all points east 4. At Sioux City with the Sioux City and St I'aui, Illinois Central and Dakota Southern Rail roads, Steamers for upper Missouri river, (luring navigation, and with stages for all points In the Sort Invest. 5. At Blair with Omaha and Northwestern R. for Omaha and Sonthern Nebraska. t. At Fremont, Neb., with the Union Pacific R. R. for all points west, and the l'acitic coast. 7. At Winner, with stages for Norfolk, and all (joints iu Northern Nebraska. pp-lle sure your tickets read via S.C. & P.R. I\ 0. BILLS, Qen'l Ticket Ag't, L. BUBNITT. SuDerintendcnt. Illinois Central Railr'd Shortest and Beat Route to Clilcaeoi SIOUX CITY to CHICAGO Without Change of Curs! Commencing Dec. 6th, 1874, A Daily Express Passenger Tralu wllf-leave Btoux City, Sundays excepted, on the arrivs' train FllOM YANKTON. Leave Sioux City al 1.40 p. m., and arrive at Chi cago at 3.40 p. in. Sleeping Cars run through from Sioux City to Kreeport. Passengers leaving Chicago, bound wostat (*.25 p. hi ., via tbi Illinois Central railroad, willarrive at Sioux Ci ,y the next day at 4.10 a. m. An accommodation train will leave Sioux itj daily, except Saturdays, at 5:30 p.m., connecting with through passenger trains at Fort bodge'. Passengers leaving Chicago at .20 p. iu., arrive ut, Sioux City at 7.00 a. in. Trains going eaBt count trains for Detroit, Cleveland, Bullali Trains going eaBt connect at Chicago with all rains for Detroit, Cleveland, Bullalo, I" Falls, Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore lngtou, New York, Bost'on and all parts of the rn' Niagara s, Wash- East. Thlw train connects at Waterloo with trains on the Cedar Kails and Minnesota Branch leaving Waterloo at 12.20 a. m., and arriving 6i. Monaat 0.20 a. m., connecting with Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad trains, and arriving at St. i'aui at B.5S in., and Minneapolis'at 8.30 p. m. Connections are made at Freeport with traint «n the Illinois Central railroad main line, leaving Kreeport at 9.47 p.m., arriving at Oalesburg at 4 15 Peoria tip Burlington at 7 Rock Island ut G.30 pin Quiticy aty .30 St Louie al 7.15 a m, and Cviro at 4.15 am connectiui, Cairo with trains for Memphis, Nashville, Victs burg. Mobile. New Orleans, and All Parts of the SoutJb Connections are also made at Freeporl witl. Western Union trains, leaving Freeport at 1.3U I u, and arriving at Racine at ti.55 in and Mil waukeeat 7.25 pm. C'onneatlons are also" made at Dubuque to S Louis, Uairo, and all points south Baggage Checked Through To all important points. For through tickets and information appl the Illinois Central depot, trains run by Dnbuquo time, which is twenl) minutes faster thru Sioux City. Jo«. F. TUCKKB, Chicago, w. P. JOHNSON, Oen'l Sup General Passenger Agent, Chicago. A. Hamilton. AE't Sioux Citv. ianaXlA.WLI HOTELS. E A N I A O S E Douglas Ave., near Third St., A N O N A O A WALLBAUM & BECKER, Props. New Advertisements. JACKSON'S^?EST HI Sweet Navy Chewing Tobacco wasawanlcdthehi^hesl prize at the Centennial Exposition for fine chow inix uunlitu'B 11h t*v an fcht Vr iUS ii ,, you waul ,1,e 1)est i»ie" y?. ur iinVif ," 0nic fti'V-, 20. 1877 EXPRESS. EXPHESF Leave St. Paul....... I A: 301'. Vaukioii 8:00 A. M. Sioux City 2:05 P. M.i 5:00 A. Arrive Sergeant's Blull... I:I5 5:20 ••s'alix.. 2:4S 5:38 Sloun 8 05 5:54 Whiting 3:30 6:lti Uniiwa 3.6J '1:85 Ulencoe 4:15 t»:5o Itivur Sioux 4:40 7:20 Mondumin 4:5S 1 7:10 Module 5:13 ".i 7:55 CallforniaJ unction 5:20 .' e:C8 Missouri Valley... 5:45 S:25 Chicago 3:40 6:30 A. M. Council Ulull's 7:20 1 y:35 .St. koulN 6:35 I H:15 P. aveChicago 10:30 A. Mj »:15 tobacco ever made ask vour erocer fur this, and see that each our blue strip trade inark ^th wurdu W i' 8 i^ it- 80,11 wholesale bv all job- saml'hMo A. JAIKSON a- ^"mifacturcrs, Pcternburg, Va. ,°wn town. Terms Jt *5 outfit liee. II, IIALLETT & Co, Portland Ale. •i!v [SELTZER Tal fhl .'."I sickness every sy,ul,atl'ii'-cs with the seaUOf "c stomach fails to perform wtiu 5 i01'-8' ill''Hver, bowels, nerves, muscles, VI ®r'Vrluf,» ^C-- 'ire more or less affected. QC'ln'luents require umedicine, combining tilt pioperlies of a stomachic, an alterative, a purg fh ^',^,l l!"(},s' c'll''ve 10 br '"g them back to !i,,, these elements in their purest and most efiective lorms are united iu Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer Aperient, the great Saline Remedy for indi gestion, and its concomitant consequences. Sold by all druggists. Lk ro Agents. $10 Outfit free I P.O. VICKEIIY, Augusta,Maine djl On day at home. Agents wanted. Outfit and iJU£ terms Iree. TRUE & Co, Portland, Me, a S C. C. BKERS, M. U.. rormerlv Boston, has a harmless cure lor IMEMI'KIt,\Ni:K, which can be given without the knowledge of the pa tlent. Also one for O I A I Permanent cures guaranteed in both. Send a stainn tor evidence. Ask druggist lorit, Address HDEKK A: O., iili'itiiii^liaiii. 01111. EXTRA FINE MIXED CARDS. with name, 10 ctw., post-paid, L.JONES&OO., Nas sau, N. Y. (^Onper day at home. Samples worlli f5 vP^JtinI5^.U free. Stinson & Co., Portland, Me. l^elt Carp^tings ao to 45 cents per yard. Felt Ceiling for rooms in place of plaster. KLT ROOPINti 11 ii! SlIIIN'fil. For circular and Sample, address U. J. FAY. Camden, New Jersey. BALLARD RIFLE IS SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS. Greater accuracy, greater safety, less recoil' Especially adapted to Far West Trade. For sale by all gun dealers. Send for list to SCHOVER LINC & DALY. Box 5380. New York. E N N S SULPIIUn SOAJP. ERADICATES ALI, LOCAI. SKIN DISEASES PERMANENTLY BEAUTIFIES THE JOMH.EXION, PREVENTS AND REME DIES RHEUMATISM AND GOUT, HEALS SORES AND INJURIES or THE CUTICLE, AND IS A RELIABLE DISINFECTANT. This popuk" and inexpensive remedy accomplishes the SAME RESULTS AS COSTLY SULPHUR UATIIS, since it PER MANENTLY REMOVES ERUPTIONS and IRRITATIONS of the Sk n. COMPI.EXIONAI. BLEMISHES are al ways obviated by its use, and it renders the cuticle wondrously fair and snv oth. SORES, SPRAINS, BRUISES, CCALDS, BURNS, and CUTE are SPEEDILY HEALED by it, and it prevents and remedies Gout and Rheumatism. IT REMOVES DANDRUFF, strengthens the roots of the Ilair, and preserves its youthful color. As a DISINFECTANT of Clothing and Linen used in the sick room, and as a PROTECTION against CONTAGIOUS DISEASES it is unequaled. Physicians emphatically endorse it. nyices~25and5cCents per Cake', erBox(3C 'keJ, 60c. and $1.20. K.—Sent by Prepaid, on receipt of price, am1 centr extra for each Cake. "HILL'S HAIR AND V/HISKEK DYE,' Black or Drown, 50 Cents. X. tftXritteiitoiij IWr, Sixth Av. N. BEST IN THE WORLD!! PURE ^£L£C7" SP1®£S as by their purity and strength less it? retiniVed than of o», er manufacture the only kinds made (hat have the approval of one' of tlie greatest living chemists, whose certificate is on every package. Buy only the genuine.—Observe tlie Trade Mark.— Buy the powder only in cans securely la belled, as many poor and adulterated pow ders are sold in bulk as Peerless. ,,, Manufactured only by travou,,* BELL, CONRAD 0 CO. Ckitauo. IU- TRANSPORTATION..,1 Fort Pierre & Deadwood FAST FREIGHT LINE.., A S A I N S WILL LKAVK-. FT. PIERRE MONDAY OF EACH WEEK. llto arrivjil of ite, re^tilat boat, FOR DEADWOOD DIRECT Takuif^tliroiiHli fruiulit. ami express goods wltli ^out iteiav. A E S CHIGACO to DKADWOOD #0.00 [ior 100 His SIOl'X CITY (o r,.co YANKTON to r85 FT. PIKUHK to 1.73 For all other information apply I/OJIXK'K, Agents, M. Her re. UJIA HULK, MIX lilt (t- CO., Agents. Yankton /'. \VALJ)IH)X, Agent, Siouj• City. C. IK WOOr.WORT/I. Agent, XioitT Pity. COMMISSION. Evans & Hornick DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE AND FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Fort Pierre, Dakota All consignments made to ui will lie forwarded wit li lIn- titnioM dispatch. HOTELS O A W A O E MRS. M. STOKES, Proprietor. Located noilh of Merchants Hotel, YANKTON. .... DAKOTA Good Fare at Low Rates. Ample stable accommodations for farmers.- AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. GARDNER BROTHERS Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Farm Machinery O Corn, Oats, Feed, &c DOUGLAS STREET, U'i'tween 3d it Ith,) Yankton, Dakota GROCERIES. J. W.C.Morrison CAPITAL STREET, Yankton, .... Dakota A complete assort no I it of O E I E S Kept constantly on hand, and olVcred at whole sale ami retail. The Best of Everything: A E O W E S I E S ICE. ICE ICE ICE FROZEN WATER. The oldest established Ice fnnilslilny house in YauUloii, ESTABLISHED 1869, Will deliver li-e to any part of the city daily during the season of lsTT. l'tiees reasonable. l.eave orders at J. Kadish's Drug Store, next door to postollloe, and at Walter Can's Fruit Store. FRED SCHNAUBER. Proprietor. (The gaily \m\ Bnfeotaian YANKTON "Lv DAKOTA S'-.'-S' .. «jr --jtjf Wednesday Evening. July 25, 1877. THE BIG HORN. 'iii'tlici* Tlc|ioi'ts AS to (xolcl OiX''i*lt's .Navigation of tin' 15i^ IIIM-H, Hismnrck Triltuue. lu l'riilay's Tribune we gave some notice of the recent gold discoveries in the Rig Horn mountains. To day we had the pleas ure of meeting Commodore Montgomery well known on the Mississippi, Alabann and other southern rivers,—the owner of the steamer John CI. Fletcher. The 'apt. says while hi* steamer lay at the mouth of the Little Horn vo parties, one of five and one of eleven came to that point from the liig Horn mountains for supplies. They came down the river on a raft thirty-five miles and were about twentv-tivo miles from the river when the discoveries were made. They were reticent in relation to the discoveries but exhibited a large number ofnuggets ranging in value from one to ten dollars, and one of the party told Capt. Montgomery thathehad never seen anything to compare with the diggings_ discovered either in the Black Hills or in California. Gen. Buell said he was satisfied the parly had struck very rich mines. The party of eleven came I'tom a different portion of the mountains but they had certainly struck rich mines. They went on to Bozetnan for supplies. The party of five was from a party of thirty who went from .Montana, and all were ex perienced miners. Mr. Lingo, pilot of the boat, conversed with men from both parties and gained the same idea as Com. Mont gomery, though he gave less in detail. Com. Montgomery is so well satisfied that there is no sham about this that he is now on his way east to build a new steamer to be called the Libby Custer expressly for a Big Horn packet. The Big Horn is now navigable to lie foot of the mountains and Commodore Montgomery says fifteen thousand dollars will deepen the channel at two or three points necessary, and make the river nivigable for two hundred ton boats from in the spring until ice in the fall. There are no rocks to be removed and the bottom of the stream is gravel—no shifting sand. Tiie Commodore describes the country as being well adapted to farming or grazing purposes. He says Gen. Buell is cutting wild hay that averages three tons to the acre, and that the wild oats are so high that they can be tied over a horse's back. He sava the timber belt along the Big Horn will average one and one-half mile in width, coltonwood, ash, pine and ce dar abounding. He speaks of the spot chosen by Gen. Buell for the Big Horn Poit as being very beautiful. It is a plateau about twenty feet above the ri\^r, with tree3 scat tered here and there, the mountains, thirty live miles distant, the Little Horn battle field and other points of interest being in plain view. Gen. Buell is busily engaged building the post. He has placed his saw mills up the river twenty.miles and is raft ing pine lumber manufactured by these mills for its construction. Lack of time and apace forbid further notice to-day but we shall keep track of this matter and give at all times the latest and best information obtainable. BANDITTI OF THE FOOT HILLS. Details nf tin- St t£o Holihi-t-y of the lltli on lie LII YCIINI-It I(C. [Deadwood .Pioneer. July in The Cheyenne-bound coach which left Deadwood on Tuesday morning was halted at 12 o'clock on Tuesday night at the cross ing of the Cheyenne river by a band of five road agents, who sprang from their conceal ment and leveled their shot-guns before the least alarm was taken by either driver or passengers. The stopping of the coach has been of such frequent_ occurence of late that the passengers felt ijuite prepared for such an incident and knew just what to do. In this instance the command of the robbers to "get out and throw up your hands' was promptly answered by five passengers iusidt:—D. H. Spencer, T. A. Kent of Cheyenne John O'Donnell, J. T. O'Conner and Mrs. Barnett, the wife of the driver of the up coach. Alter getting their victims Into line, the robbers made a thorough search of ilie men, taking all moneys and everything of any value. They even went so far as to make each one pull ofl' his boots aud turn them Hpside down. It is not known how much money was obtained, but three watches and three guns weie taken. On looking at the watches, however, one of the villains handed a watch back to O'Connor, saying, "This is a very inferior ticker, and you may keep it." they then told Mrs. Barnett that they did not proposi ti) search her, if she would be kind enough to let them have the key to her trunk. The lady readily complied, and after it hud been ransacked and no treasure found, the key was re turned^ Meantime two of the robbers had split open the wooden treasure box with a hatchet, but found nothing in it. Thcv then completely overhauled the inside o'f the coacli and the baggage in the boot, but found very little which they cared to take away. Among other things they relieved one of the gentlemen of his lunch basket: saying that it was some time since they had been to supper and hoped he wouldn't mind their dining at his expense. Contrary to their usual behavior they mado no threats, were very gallant, and even manifested no surprise al the empty treasure box, simply saying as they threw it aside, that times must lie getting tough in Deadwood. The coach was detained about one hour, aud met the down coach in about fifteen minutes after being allowed to depart. The only trophy left bv the road agents was an old worthless .jack knife which one of them threw away after having supplied himself with a better one from the pockct of one of the passengers. Tlie scoundrels talked very freely with the passengers and to each other, not seeming to iiaye whether tliey wore identified or not. We have time and again asked the ques tion why some systematic steps were not taken for the capturo of the la vless gang who seem to have so far ellectually defied arrest, but noone having the proper authority seems to consider the raids of these ruffians of sufiicicn1. consequence to move in the matter. The cavalry who are stationed at Hat creek could certainly not be more beneficially em ployed than to make a thorough scout of the country in pursuit of this hold gang. As now employed they are considerably more ornamental than useful, and if the comman der of this department would take immedi ate steps to protect travel over our main thoroughfare?, by detailing a portion ot the oomtnand for that purpose, he would render the conn ry an inporlant service Until some such step as thiB has been taken we may expect & frequent repetition o.' the coach robberies. Texas has a,jackass with three ears, but he declines to be interviewed. FLOUR AND FEED. Incorporated Jan'y I. 1875. fiSSI *-v ^3 Sv --S "s & I). T. r.KAMIIIiK. rros't. \VM. 1„N Kl), Stl)t I". 1, VAN TA^l'.i.. Scc'v. Excelsior Mill Co MAN VT TL'KKI.S UK FLOUR, CORN MEAL, BRAN, SHORTS Aud Dealers mall liitnls oi. 1'ced. cash paid for Wheat, Corn, Oats, &e. Flour delivered in till parts of tlie city free of elntrjre. Hall and see us. (tin- Hour speaks for itself. CAPITAL STREET, Yankton, Dakota MEAT MARKET. Family Market! Broadway, Yankton, D. T. BRENNAN & JORDAN VIUi SriM'LV Fresh Meats, Salt Meats, Fish and TO Game A Full Line of Vegetables in Season Aiu ays hand. P. BRENNAN. L. W. JORDAN. TOBACCO, &.C. PAUL HAMANN & CO Manufacturer of and Dealer in all kinds of I A S A N S O IN AN Chewing Tobacco. A siood assoiInienl of all kinds of Smokers' A rlieles. Manufacturing to Order a Specialty THIRD STREET, (He! ween liroadway ami Cedar Streets,) YANKTON. DAKOTA. WINES AND LIQUORS. Adler & Ohlman Importers and Dealers iu KENTUCKY WHISKIES /m# iMTU uac 0l --•/liila.'imimiffiM Iffli RYE II r:-W^ V#J*CL«IS) bowm B0UBB(1 "ijim /AWMUII8MI/HM-- ik#' BRANDIES, GIN, ALCOHOL rOItKJtSN AMI nO.MKSTlC Wines, Cigars and Tobaccos BROADWAY, YANKTON, DAKOTA ASSAYING. GOLD, SILVER, LEAD All kinds oi Ores and liullion bought ami treat ed in the most skillful and seientilio manner. A a O Precious Metals and P.ullion carefully made, and reliable certificates promptly returned by N. A.COUlv. Practical Assayer anil Chemist, (late of Swansea Works). Address Cook's Bullion Refilling & Smelting Co 110 I)KABIt01lV-ST.,CHI-A«'l". RAILROADS. & N-W I N E S TUE CUICAUO NORTH WE^TEBN RAILWAY Embrace? under one management the (Jreat v, Trunk. Hallway Uces of the West atul Norlli west, and, with its numerous branches and con nections, forma the shortest and quickest, route between Chicago and all polntB In Illinois, Wis consin, Northern Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, California and the Western Territo ries. Its rti Omaha and Califsrnia Lino I- the KlinrteM ami liet route between Chiclpo and all p.ii is lu Northern Illinois. IOUM, Dnkoiii, Nebraska, Wyoming, Co'ornflo, l.tah, Nevada,f California, Oregon, China, Julian ami AnstrallH. Its, Chicago, St. Paul & Minneapolis Lino Is the shortest line between Chicago and all a# points in Northern Wisconsin anil Minnesota, andfor Madison,'St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, and all points in ttie Ureat Northwest. Its La Crosse, Winona and St. Peter Line is the best route between Chicago and LaUrosse,, Winona, Rochester, Owi.toima, Mankato, St. Pe-' ter New t'lni, and all points in Southern nnda Central Minnesota. Its Green Bay and Marquette Line Is the only line between Chicago and Janesville,jw Watcrtowri, "ona du hue, Oshkusii, Appieion,| (ireeu Hay. Escanaba, Negaunee, Marquette, N Houghton, Hancock and the Lake Superior Coun-:-"« try. Its Freeport and Dubuaue Line Is the only route between Chicago ana Elgin, Itockford, Freeport, end all points via Freeport Its gij Gliiciuro and Milwaukee Line Is Ihe old Lake Shore llout", and 1b the only onejp uassing between Chicago and Bvanston, Uike'l Forest, Highland Park, Waukegan, Kacino, Ke nosha and Milwaukee. f^' Pullman Palace Draw'ina: Iloom Cars, are run on all through trains oi tuis roaa. This Is the ONLY LINK running these cars 1 tween Ohicago and St.. Paul and Minneapolis,^ Chicago and Milwaukee, Chicago and Winona, or* Chicago and Green Bay. Close connections aiemadeatChicagowiththe Lake Shore & Michigan Southern, Michigan Ceil- s? tral, Ball!more & Ohio, Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne Chicag Kankakee Line and Pan Handle lionlts, for all points East and South-Bast, and with thc*i Chicago aud Alton and Illinois Central for allif" points South. 4 Close connect !ons are also made with the Union' Pacillc It. It. at Omaha for all far West points, (Hose connections made at junction points witti' rains of all cross points. Tickets over this route are sol-i by all ('otnion Ticket Agents in the United States and Oanauas. Remember, you ask for your Tickets via the Chicago North-Westeru Railway, and take none other, i.i, New Tork Office, No. 415 Broadway Boston Office, No. 5 State street Omaha Office, 245 Farn-sr? ham street San Fran iscoOffice, 121 Montgomery street Clueaeo Ticket Offices, ij'i Clark street,• under Sherman House 75 Caml, corner Madisoii and Canal streets Wells Street Ut ot, corner Wellu and ICmzie streets. For rales or information not attainable from your home ticket agents, apply to w. a. UA8VIH HUOHITT,' Gen, Manager. Chicago, BTIHSKT, f-iiiuM Pftwp'r Act.. Ohlcauo. INSURANCE. Statement of the Condition O Orient Insurance Comp'y On the 30th Day of June, 1877. Tile name ut Ilie company is Orient insurance Company. II is located In Hartford. Connecticut. Theaniiiiuil of its capital stoek is snon.oon."'' The aniounl of its capital stoek pant up is .^00,000. •I'LL ASSKTSOI-' 'I'LL Hl 'OJII'ANV AUK AS I'll1,1.0WW Cash on liand ami in the hands oi other persons sa:,G7. 70 Ueal estaln initneuinlierecl 1.H71 48 llouils and .stocksowned by theeonipa ny, par value, .-sjls 8UU (H) ni'kt val..501,5:iG 00 Loans in bond and mortgage, being first lien on unincumbered real es tate, worth double tlie amount loaned 151.500 00 Debts secured by pledge of stock and and bonds 32,'jsO 00 All oilier securities, (interest accrued).. 14,011! Total Assets. S7:il.lS4 II I.iAuii.rriKs. Losses adjusted and uol due ,. ... Losses unadjusted.. «o,54j ,2 All oilier claims against Hie company, reinsurance fund '. 145,G77 Total Liabilities, The greatest amount insured in one risk The grestist. amount allowed by company to be insured iu any city, town or village I The greatest amount allowed to be in sured in any one hloek v. .:, ...!?U I ,2to RK au\ .... 5,000 00 Ilie one No Limit Varies S'l'ATK erCOXXECTlrl T, I County of Hartford. S.C. Preston, president, and Ceo. \V. Lester, secretary of Hie Orient Insurance Company, of ilnrllord,Connecticut, being duly sworn, depose anil say, Hint the foregoing is a full, true and cor rcct stateiuent_of_ the affairs ol" tlie said compa ny, thai tlie said insurance company is tlie bona lide owner of at least One Hundred Thousand Dollars, of actual cash capital, invested in (In state aud niled States stocks and bonds, or bonds and mortgages of real estate, unincum bered and worth double the amount for which the same is mortgaged .- and they are the above described ulliccrs of said insurance company. S. C. I'HKSTDX, President. Ci:o. W. LESTKI:, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn before me, this third day of July, 18TT. Siir.UMA.v W. ADAMS. I SK A I,.] Notary Public. Arnrroit's Oi-'Pirn, Yankton, D. T., .Inly 10, 77. I. -Iolin S. Sand. Auditor of the 'I'erritory il Dakota, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true ami correct copy of the original statement of ihe Orient Insurance Company, on the 30th day of ,I line. Is77. aud now on lile'in my otlice, ISeal.l JOHN S. SAND, Auditor. liy L. JI. Pi'isnv, Deputy. TIIKTuKurrnitv oi-' akota, Auditor's Office, i' Whereas, The Orient insurance Company, lo cated in the city of Hartford, and state of Con necticut. lias tiled in this olliee a sworn state-, inenl of its condition on the llOtli day of June, A. I). ls"7. in accordance with the provisions of an act of the Legislative Assembly of the Terri tory of Dakota, relating to insurance companies, approved January nth, isus aud 1877 and Whereas. On examination of the sworn .state ment of said company tiled in this olliee, I liud that the said insurance company is possessed of the necessary amount of capital invested as re quired by law. Thereflire, I. John S. Sand, Auditor of Dakota 'I'erritory, do hereby certify that said insurance company is duly authorized to transact tlie busi ness of l'ire Insurance iu said Territory, for the year ending Leceniber !lst,1877, bv agents prop erly appointed. IIKO. AY. lioiiKitTs, Agent, in testimony whereoi, I have hereunto set my hand ami seal, this 1 Ut I day of July, A. ]. 1S77 [Seal.] JOHN i-v SAND, Auditor. liy L. M. Pt iti)Y. Deputy, GEO. W. ROBERTS Agent, Yankton. BANKS. Established A. D. 1869. ,.T Banking: House i.1 MARK M. PARMER YANKTON/^ V* The Pioneer Banker of Dakota. Business conducted the same as an Incorpora ted Bank. Collections made in all the principal cities of the United States and Kurope.