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Site gaity gvm ami fjafeotaim*. YANKTON, DAKOTA. Wednesday Evening, July 25. 1877' THE WEATHER TO-DAY Washington, July 25.— Indications for upper Mississippi and lower Missouri val leys: Falling barometer, increasing south and east winds warmer and partly cloudy weather and possibly occasional light local J0ii: LOCAL LACONICS.if— Ted .Kingsbury is the boss kite man. The walls of Coates' new block are up to where the reof begins. Twenty six returning Black Hil!ers are quartered at the Jencks, and twenty-three at the Merchants. The streets have been deserted to day, but it, is because the farmers are all busy taking care of the big crop. A large squad of commercial travelers arrived last night, the register at the Mer chants showing twelve, and that at the Jcncks five. A gentleman of dark complexion came to grief before City Justice Eldridge, and it being the second offense, is cutting weeds under the direction of P. 0. Conway, city Jailor. June I.)ix and family and Mrs McKinnis will leave to-morrow for the Hills. The trouble between the Pierre and Hills stage parties renders it necessary for them to go via Cheyenne. r, Mrs. L. Higgins' and daughter, of Colum bus, Wisconsin, arrived last night from Rock port where they have been visiting •••with Mrs. Higgins sister, Mrs. Dix. They remained over night at the Merchants and went east this morning. Mayor Sheafe, of Elk Point, is at the Merchants. He is going to Janesville Wis consin, in a Jew days with his family. On h's return lie will go to Pierre. Mr. Sheafe ooks upon Pierre's prospects as not very llatlering until the route question is fettled and mail service re-established. Jack Uriggs, who is a senn-cranger these days, came down from Rockport yesterday and brought us a sample of wheat from the Russian settlement, and a sample of oats from Rudd's farm. They are both the very best that could grow, and Mr. Briggs says all the rest nre like them. He says that a squad of hoppers came down at Rockport a few days ago, and have done considerable damage in that locality. lie saw, none be tween Rockport and Yankton. r??* The ladles ot the liberal church society will hold a lawn festival in the grove at Col. Moody'j residence, corner of Linn and nth streets, Thursday eyeninu, July 26tb. The groye will be well lighted and taste fully arranged for scenic effect, Coffee, cakes, ice cream, peaches, and the usual ac companiments of festivals will be furnished, and liuc music and singing will be among the attractions. The ladies of the society extend a cordial invitation to the citizens of Yankton and strangers sojourning here to attend, promising them all an enjoyable time. Eugene Smith was yesterday arrested and brought before City Justice Eldridge for vagrancy. He appeared to be light in the head and accused Sheriff Baker and others of being on his track and following him to New York, Pennsylvania and even to Florida, and finally returned to this place. Doctor Vanderhule was called in to the jus .' tice'i office anil examined Mr. Smith, and in the afternoon had a private examination in the jail and pronounced him O. K. This morning Smith was brought before the city justice and fined in the sum of five dollars and costs, amounting in all to ?12.70, and tiie said Smith is now engaged in cutting weeds under the direction of P. C. Conway, city jailor. This same Smith was arrested and tried before Justice Rossteuscher, April 25th, 1876, for an assault upon Augusta Kasson, and was fined $50 and costs and in default went to jail. Let him mow weeds. I'KUSONAL. 1 ,:A. Kyes came down from Pierre on the steamer Black Hills. Bartlett Tripp arrived from Pierre on the steamer Black Hills. Carl Hand returned from the Hills on the steamer Black Hills. J. M. Fogerty came in to day on the steamer Black Hills. N, Morgan arrived to-day from above on the steamer Black Bills. II. C. Walbridge has taken the position of clerk at the Jencks hotel. Warren Osburne and wife arrived on the steamer Black Hills from Pierre, H. W. Lake, traveling agent for Bell, Conrad & Co., is at the Merchants. Jared Boughton, from the Hills, came in this morning on tiie steamer Black Hills. M. H. Gardner, of the Pierre and Black Hills stage line, arrived on the steamer Black Hills tbis morning. Wm, T. Pierce, an extensive Missouri stock grower, is nt the Jercks. He came in on the boat to-day from the Hills. *N. A. Mc Faul, who has been in th employ of Evans & Hornick at Deadwood, arrived on the Black Hills and is registerei at the Jen.cks. .Wm. Blatt is with us once moie and his sculp is intact. He came down on the boat to day and is a fresh arrival from the Hill* A tenderfoot. L. L. Shurtleli' got back to day from he Hills, minus liis Winchester rifle. TI load agents between Picrro and the IlilN wanted it, and he give it up. JVed Holcomb arrived on the Black Ili.l. from the Hills., He is one of the suflen i. by the raid of the road agents on the Piei it stage. He lost a valuable shirt. D. T. Bramble arrived on the steamer Black Hills. He is direct the Hills and came through one stage ahead of the one that was stopped by the road agents. M. Doran, a Le Seur, Minnesota banker, Is at the Merchants. He arrived to day on the steamer Black Hills, from the Hills, where he has been on a tour of observation. A. Schandein went out to Beaver creek to day, and brings back glowing accounts of the crops. He says the farmers arc all cutting their wheat, and it is number one in quality. Chris Dilger landed this morning from the steamer Black Hills. He is direct from the Hills and though his buckskin may be full of dust, the toes of his boots are some what out, 7," Ben Baer has returned temporarily from the Hills and will remain in town a few days—long enough to box up and barrel up the stock of Weixel & Baer and ship it to Deadwood. He is an enthusiastic Black Hiller and came near losing his hair on the wav out. ro\Nii)i.KATi: nou Ar i:vrs. They Attack the Pierre Stage, but Tnke -No Money From Its Pawi'iigerji, Passengers down on the Black Hills bring the information that the list stage over the Pierre and Black Hills route, from Dead wood to the river was stopped by road agents. While driving down into the canon at a place called "the holes," a few miles west of the Cheyenne crossing, three men suddenly rose from the grass and ordered the stage to halt. The driver and his nine passengers were then admonished to hold up their hands and step down upon the ground, which they did in short order. They were then told by the gentlemanly and conaiderxte outlaws that they wanted all the money tlieie was in the party over three hundred dollars to a man. An inventory was taken, and it was found that none of the putsergers had a greater i.m unt of wealth than the sum named, and they were therefore ixcused from making any con tributions. They were next ordered to throw off their baggage, and to drive on, which they did. The highwaymen then went through the plunder, but found noth ing which seemed to strike their fancy but a shirt belonging to Fred Holcomb, of \anktiu), and a rifle belonging to L. Shurtlefl, of Yankton. They appropriated these articles. From the Cheyenne rauciie, a wagon vvn.s sent back and the baggage gathered up and brought forward. From that point the stage and its passengers pursued their way without interruption. They were somewhat fright ened, perhaps, but not having much wealth about them they escaped loss, through the peculiar manner of operations exhibited by the robbers, who were undoubtedly after a large stake. On the stage which left Dead wood the day before were a number of men who were supposed to have brought out considerable sum of money. Among its passengers were J). T. Bramble, Ben Baer, Wm. Blatt, Mr. I)oran, Mr. Sweeney, Mr, Price and other men who represent large interests. It was given out in Deadwood that they were to leave on the stage which was stopped, but they changed their minds and came out one day before. It is supposed the robbers were after this party. This is the first robbery that ever occurred on the Pierre route. •v.-. oii»Li\i IP «. "TV 2 it tht: sto The closing of the Pierre and Deudwo stage line operations is announced by pas senders down on the steamer Black Hills As near as we can ascertain, the facts are about these: Mr. French, a member of the firm which runs the stage line, started from Pierre the other day, aud gathered up the stock on the road, and took it west ward with the probable intention of selling it in Deadwood. Neither of the other partners, Mr. Gardner and Mr. Van Tassel, authorized the move, or knew anything about it, and Mr. French's singular pro ceeding would be put down as a crime in civilized localities. As a mem ber of the firm he had no right to clandes tinely commit this act and it is probable that trouble will grow out of it. The line was doing a good passenger business and there is no reason why Mr. French should take the course he did. lie alleges, wc un derstand, that he was of the opinion that his partners were going to steal the stuff if he didn't. So he went for it. Mr. Gardner informs us that this performance will only delay the stages two or three days. He is in telegraphic communication with Van Tassel, at Deadwood and Mr. French will obably be overhauled. For first-class tobacco and cigars, go to Jenekinson's. d-tf "Opportunity is the flower of time.': Time is liden down just now with llowers in the shape of Gents' summer clothing and un derwear, to be sold at actual cost at Harry Katz's. "Gather roses while ye may." TIIE K1VF.R. The steamer Black Hills, T. B. Burleigh masitr and J. Q. A. Parr e'erk, arrived at ten o'clock this mornings from Pierre, bring ing one hundred and seventy pa-isengers— thirty in the cabin—and thirty horBes and mules and several wagons. Pilot Coonce's log shows that the Black Ilills left Pierre at 4 :10 yesterday morning, was delayed considerably by wind, made the usual landings for wood and tied up at Yankton at the hour above mentioned. She met the steamer Silver Lake at Cedar Island at hall" |iast seven o'clock yesterday morning. The scoainer C. K. Pejk will leave to-mor r.M night for Cheyenne Agency, ha it it i:i). VI' .l.Kl' l'—liliOWN ASCI INI Dlili—111 this city, -liny 'J'Jd, by (1. \V. Itoberts, lisq., Mr. llolhearl Mollet aud Miss Mary llrownaschnider, all of Yankton coimtj t&ywimitiAi ptre*-:, 'k, *«v -A: A rOItRrCTTOV. l.h'(ort I'rciS _(' Dakotui'in. The name of Cora II. Buruham, of the fifth grade, should have happened oa the spring term roll of honor, publ'shed by you a few days ago. It was omitted by an over sight on my part. By inserting this correction, will yon gratify her and VoilTh Truly \V M.I.I AM M. BlIl.STOLL, July 25, 1877." Sup't City Schools. Jenckinson is selling the best cigars and tobacco for the money, in the city. d-tf Another large invoice of the latest styles of straw hats, just received at Katz's. Old papers for sale at the Press and Da kotian office, at fifty cents per hundred. Visiting cards on damask board, white and tinted bristols, at Press and Dakotaian job rooms. Do not wait until you get East to invest in a suit of clothes. Harry Katz's stock will compare favorably with some of the largest in Chicago, in all respects, aud he will sell just as cheap as you can buy in any eastern city. Every one who has been there endorses this statement. Straw hats at Katz's. Trunks and Valises at Katz's. Gents' summer underwear at Katz's. For Sale «y all Dkaler3. Sold by Mills & Purdy, yankton. 7, Lisle thread Balbriggan and British half I lose at Katz's. White and colored Shirts at Katz's. White Vests at Katz's. Everything cheap beyond compare at Katz's. Don't fail to go to Katz's. A Most IIEI'REsmN and Healthful Institution is the morning bath, and it is doubly beneficitl when Glenn's SuLi'in i: Soap is added. Use it in preference to the costly scented soaps, which sometimes in jure instead of improving the skin. Hill's Instantaneous IIaib uye 1' Good Information. Returning Black ITillers and all other in terested travelers, will Cud the route to the •louth and east via Council Bluils and the Kansas City, St. Joseph and Council Bluffs railroad one of the .surest, quickest, and in every respect the best routes in the country. Through cars run from Council IS'ulis and Omaha, to St. Louis Through tickets to all points, and full information can be obtained of the Dakota Southern ticket agent at Yankton, or of the ticket agents of the K. C., St. J. & C. P. 11. It., at Council Bluds and Omaha. A. C. Dawes, .. Advancing years, care, sickness, disap^ point meut, aud horeaftor predispos'tion— all operate to turn the hair gray, and either of them inclines it to shed prematurely. Avkr's IIair Vigor will restore faded or gray, light and red hair to a rich brown or deep black, as may be desired. It softens and cleanses the scalp, givinj: it a henlthv action, and removes and cures dandruff and humors. By its use falling hair is check ed, and a new growth will be produced in all cases where the follicies are not destroy ed or glands decayed. Its efl'cets are beau tifully shown on brashy, weak, or sickly hair, to which a few applications will pro duce the gloss and freshness of youth. Harmless and sure in its operation, it is in comparable as a dressing, aud is especially valued for the soft lustre and richness of tone it imparts. It contains neither oil nor dye, and will not soil or color white cam bric yet it lasts long on the hair, and keeps is fresh and vigorous. Sensible Acl vice. You are asked every day through the col umns of newspapers and by your Druggist to use something for your Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint that you know nothing about and you get discouraged spending money with but little success. Now to give you satisfactory proof that Green's August Flower will cure you of Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint with all its effects, such as Sour Stomach, Sick Headache, Habitual Costiveness, palpitation of the Heart, Heart burn, Water-brash, Fullness at the pit of the Stomach, Yellow Skin, Coated Tongue, Indigestion, swimming of the head, low spirits etc., we ask you to go to your Drug gist Mills & Purdy, and get a Sample Bottle of Green's AT*gust Flower for 10 cents and try it, or a regular size for 75 cents. Two doses will relieve you. •*Y v' List of Letters Remaining in the postofflce at Yankton, Yankton county, D. T., July 25,1877. If not called for in 30 days, will be sent to the Dead Letter Office: Axtell, Jos Keut, Lizzie-2 Anderson, Norman Kononny, Iynac Adams, Kayfer, A Aman, Mrs. Maggie Kas.sman, Lena Anderson, Louis Ley ton, N Barnes, Cornelia Larson, Anton Bceson, Mumby, Edward Beach, Legrand Murdock, W II Bennett, Miss Estel- Moulton, Miss Mabel line Mayer, Cornelius Buell, Albert Madura, Callahan, John A-2 Mowry, John Callison, Margrethe Oleson, Miss Belle Carpenter, Mrs. Era- Pyles, \V A ma Crawford, Davidson, A I Dane, James Davis, David Eddy, II Engstrom, Mis: nie Evans, Mrs. Garland, Webb Games, O Gibson, Judali C-2 lielyrson, Syvert [Jess. Chas Hobson, Mis. Alice Hoover, BP •Jones, Eugeue Jolmbon, O PROPOSALS. Proposals for tin* livi'i'tion of mi (In1 Missouri Kivrr for Njmtlctl t'ccU AgrneicM. reft 6 Til S I -Kit 1N l- .N 1 K"T 1KIN 1 IA N Akkaiks. Dakota Sui-kkintknokncy. Yankton, rKOl'OSAI.S EUM An- Smith, John Strait, John Sloum, 01: Johanson Statton, Cfiarlcs Svenson, A Tallifson, Miss Ox* Thayer, Wendell, Theodore White, Chas Wiley, Wilson, James White, Jacob W IIKLD KOU POSTACK. John O'Briea, 7th St., St. Louis, Mo. Wm. Galaway, Loganspoit, Indiana. Persons calling for advertised letters will plen.se say advertised. A. W. I low ah i) P. M. Dakota, July 9, 1877.) will be received at this ofllce until July 27, inclusive, for constructing, near the junction of Whetstone Creek with the Missouri Uiver, and near the junction of Yellow Medicine Iiiver willi the Missouri Uiver, and near the junc tion of Poplar River with the Missouri Uiver, the following buildings anil inclosures. lo wit At each location above named, one agent's house, one warehouse, one stable with stable-yard, one receiving aud weighing corral with cattle scales oi'i seale-house, one slaughter-house with corral uiached. Whetstone Creek is about 121 miles above Yankton, Yellow Medicine River about 270 miles above Yankton, anil Poplar Kiver about 184 miles above the moutli of the Yellowstone River, All material, labor, anil transportation to be fur nished J)y the contractor. Buildings and in closures to be constructed in the order prescribed by the Superintendent, and completed on or be fore the first day of October next. Each proposal must lie in duplicate, must have a copy of this advertisement attached, and be accompanied by a guarantee signed by two good and suHicient sureties approved by a Judge or Clerk of the United States Court, guaranteeing that, in case a contract is awarded to the party making the proposal, said contract will be accepted and en tered into, and good and sufficient bonds imme diately furnished for the faithful performance of the contract, and in a sum double the amount bid. Proposals for any one or all of the above named sets of buildings, complete, will be considered, The plans, specifications, and drawings in ac cordance with which the work is to be done,in be seen in this oilice in Yankton, at the oflli of S. Y. Shipman, Architect, Rooms 02 and u-l Custom House Hullding. No. 101 baSalle street, Chicago, and ofllce of Griggs & Johnston, fci. l'aul, Milin. Contracts will be subject, to the approval of the Commissioner of Imliun A Hairs, Washington. Bidders are invited to be present at the opening of the bids, at 2 o'clock p. in., Wednesday, August 1, lll'OX. The Government reserves the right lo reject any or all bids. Bids are to be distinctly marked on the enve lopes, -proposals to Erect Agency Iiuildings," and addressed to the undersigned.' J. 11. HAMMOND, Superintendent of Indian Affairs, Yankton. D.T. td BUSINESS DIRECTORY. A II,i:i'. OIII.MAN, AVines, Liquors j~\. Tobaccos, llroadway. Ansayi.MJ. BFRLEIGI!Provisions.Dealersin BKOADWAV llroadway. (Sticr'sold stand BI.ATT Blil.L, C' G. P. & T. A., St. Joseph. Ysirlous Causes ind Cook's Bullion and Kenning Co. 110 Dearborn-St., Chicaj •ago. BRAMKLE, MINER Jt CO.. cers. Forwarding. Storai Steamboat Agents. I.evee. Wholesale C.ro ', and General KYES, Flour, Grain. Feed and Rroadwav, 15 Rlock. Jurleigh'.- J^I-ACK HI I.I.S STEAMEIt. Weekly l'a.ssen- gei' and Freight l'ackel from Fort rierre. VanlUon to HOTEL, Mrs. M. Stokes, prieior. North of Merchants. BKE.VNAX Pro- mil ). .Market, .1(111 DAN, Fa .V Bl ERIIOIir, Oencral Orocers, Wholesale and Ketail. llroadway. COXKAI) CO'S Baking l'owder. .Manufactured in Chicago. Sold by all Dcal- BAVMANV & JACOBS, Ice Delivery. Leave orders at SchandeinS. prrriNU it. CLOUD AS, C.roeers. Third-St.. opposile 1'ostoffice. IONTH ACT TKANM'OKTATION CO., Oilice upper warehouse. 11. C. Akin, Secretary. BVDLEYThird & IIAAYIVKY, h. ». Ilool'. Dapublished koi Third-St Eisi:lAN, (ieneral Hardware. Corner and Douglas-Sts. Dentist, Dewitt's lllock. 2d 'A MliUAI.D, 'Democratic Newspaper. Ished weekly. Taylor Bros. Proprietors. !1AULI-:.S .V co. (ieneral Clo- lliiug House i\: Merchant Tailoring, liroad- EXCIXSIORbrands M11.1. CO. and oilier Capital-St., near I.evee, EVANS 17 Ai. j.k, P. K. near Postollice. Haaiakiv, T7"EE, L.' M. A.uctioneer IV Merchant. Third-St. Kru lock. LCEJJEH, Manufacture Patent if Flour. Meal. Feed, &e. & HORNICK, Fort Pierre. General Commission and Forwarding Merchants. XDS4.- W ,\ \, Hankers and Insurance Agents, llroadway. TniltsT ,\ VTIONAfj BANK, O JF positary. .1. C. McYay, President Hank lllock, Third-St. ovcrmnent I)c National 17AST l-"H EKillT LINE, Fort Pierre to Dcad -L wood, llramble & ilmer, Agents, Levee. Attorney-at-J.aw. office, Ce- JL dar-St., north of Third. A It DN ER IJKOS., Agricultural Machinery. V-T Douglas-Ave. and Fourth-St. K1D1AMA 1IOLSE, VJ Wallbaum & Becker. l'ropricto.rs, Doughw-Ave. C^LENN'S SI LP III. II SOAI vX Dealers. Manufactorv, York City, HAiiE, Sold by all Sixth-Ave,, New O. P. Family Grocer. Third-St. CO. Manufacturer of Third-Si., pavl & Cigars and Dealers in Tobacco. near Press and Dakotaian oilice. Hoffman, Tai Street. TOIJ PR IN kotaiau. lilor. Kent's old stand, Third INTI NT., Kvci style, at Press and l)a- KATZ.lfVltKV nishing (ioods Clothing, Trunks and Fur Third-St. and Coninlission C. J. Druggist. Pennington's J. II. Dealers in Conlwood. lice al at C.crmania House. jy^ORRlKO.X, J. \V. V. Family (Jroeery. «i• rciiuiiy ital-St.. Morrison's lllock. MERCHANTS MII.LS.V I'l Rl)\ PRESS Preston, S Reifsnyder, Geo Rodolf, CA Reade, EfHe Rogers, Charles-2 Scanton, David or- Oap- TRANSPORTATION COM'Y. llramble. Mi liner & Co., Agents, MISSOI I.evee. RI RIVER TRANSPORTATION CO. Oilice at .First,.National Hank. S. B. Conl son, Manager, Drily Notions. Thin ists. Stationers and •d-St. DARMER, MARK M. Hanker and Insurance -L Agent, llroadway. near Third-St. AND DAKOTA I A N, Hook and .loir Printing and lllank Hook Manufactorv. Third-St. PEIIt Qland Tlide and Leather Deal- LCLHKE, ers. Third-St. PILES,and I. .v o. Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps Fills. Third-St. IRES OF LKIiAL BLANKS, At the Press Dakotaian Counting Kooin. RICIIEY A- 1)1 Y, Hardware Dealer."Tank ton and Deadwooil. SANBORN, J. R. Furniture Dealer and .Man ufacturer. Third-St., Dewitt's lllock. OCIlNAC'REIl, FRED, (ieneral Ice Delivery. O l.eave orders at Kadish's and Walter Can 's. OAfes. Hall's Standard. O cral Agent, St. Paul. SHANNON A M. A. Uigford, (len- AVASIIAIIAK.ll, Attornevs-at- l.aw. Oilice. Thinl-Si.. near Press anil Da kotaian office. -N AN I'WEIi I*, E. II. Civil Kngineer am Conveyancer. Sawyer's lllock, upstairs. XT'Y XI£R BROS. Gunsmiths and Dealers ui Firearms, llroadway. VirillTK, II. AX', (iunsmith and Dealer in Firearms and Musical Instruments. Stone's lllock. Capital-St. WliST, K. Attoniey Pennington's Block. WILCOX at-I.aw. ltoom !), & AATLLIAALS, Dealers in Grain. Klevator foot of Second-SI. ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF MAILS. 1»\ HULROAI). A It I.M VK 6 :15 r. M. Eastern. ]KI\\i!T 7 :t0 Springfield aud up river.. 7 00 r. M. 4 :00 Niobrara 8:00 7 :00 Sioux Falls 7 :00 (1:00 Finssteel 5:00 7 :30 A. UY STAGE. a. Childstown, arrives Fridays at v. m. and de parts Saturdays al m. Frenclitown, Neb., arrives Tuesdays and Fri days at 10 a. m. and part.-, at same days at 1 I", si. l.odi, arrives Tuesdays at 12 M. and departs Wednesdays at 1 i. m. Special Notices. LOST OH STOLEN-—T\V1 PONTES. lt()M near Milltown, Dakota, on Thursday evening. Julv 10th, one black ponv mare about three veal's old, both ears split, white hairs in forehead, ar.d a long tail and one bay pony mare between five and six years old. little white on the lac e, both liiiid feet white and-one front foot a little white. Roth animals were hob bled when taken. The black mare carried a picket rope. Ten dollars rewajd will be given for the delivery,of the horses in Yankton, or for Information that will lead to their recovery. IVlilt l.ARSOS. Yankton, opposite Excelsior Mills. Information can be left at iliis office. d&w GROCERIES. O P. HAGE DEALER IN STAPLE AND FANCY 'J GROCERIES, Crockery and Glassware THIRD STREET, YANKTON. DAKOTA GUNSMITHS. BLACK HILLERS ATTENTION WAGNER BROS., Proprietors of the Yankton Gunsmith Shop Wholesale and Ketail Dealers in Shot Guns, Rifles. Revolvers, &c All kinds of Ammunition, Pocket and TableCut lery, Fishing Tackle, &e. Agents for the Victor Sewing Machine for the city of Yankton also agents for the l.atlin A Kami Powder Co. Store and Repair Shop on BROADWAY, Yankton, Dakota. TAILOR SHOP. Piece Goods PIECE COODS! The best opportunity ever offered in this Ter ilory. .lust received a lot of Piece Goods, which we will make up in price far below anv other market in the country. Good Cassimcre Pants, $5.50 to $6.00 Real Good Cassimerc Pants, $7.50 to $10 And everything else in proportion. Cleaning and repairing, and everything in the TAILORING LINE Done to order very cheap and neat. Give us a call and see lor yourself. KENT'S OLD STAND, Opposite Ketclniiii & Acklcv's Dry Goods Store Third Street, Yankton, D. T. JOB AND BOOK PRINTING THE E S S A N A O A I A N JOB AND BOOK Printing Establishment Pamphlet Printing a Specialty .Letter Heads, Note Heads. Bill Heads, Tags, Monthly Statements and'^ Husiness Cards. Fifty Thousand Envelopes of all Colors Circulars, Co. Bonds & Bank Checks TRANSPORTATION. MERCHANTS a a in FIJO.M YANKTON OR FT. PIERRE "t 'I'M DEADWOOD w. And other points in the lSlack Hills. This line offevs superior inducements to mer chants who wish certain and spcedv transporta tion. Freight will nut he contracted for ex cess oi the transportation ou hand. Through hills of lading will he given if desired. For rates and other information apply to BRAMBLE, MINER & CO. YANKTON. DAKOTA I HAVE OPENED BUTTER & EGG DEPOT And will keep constantly on hand CHOICE FRESH M-TTKK. in Rolls and Prints ALSO Fancy Groceries and Provis ions, CIGARS AND TOBACCO. Remember the place Rotter and Egg De-1 pot." "J doors west of postollice. M. B. GORBAM, Prop, STEAMBOATS. O N A I N E FsQFl CHEYENNE AGENCY LM) (NTKKMKDIATK iMilNTS. T11K STKAMHR C. E ANDY JOHNSON, Master, ':V.. .!. R- KkknAn, Clerk, Will "leave YANKTON for CHKYKN I CY and intermediate points A On Thursday, July 26th, 1817 l'or freh-.ht or passaue aoitlv at the coniiaei? otlice, east" end ot upper warehouse. FLOUR AND FEED. W. A. IU liLKlUII, Jnjltt sASKl, KYKS Bu & Kyes Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Flour, a in Provisions, Live Stock and Lumber Burleigh's Block, Broadway, i.l'etween ','d A :id St.rivets.) Ooods delivered to all purls of the city free of charge. Special Attention to Outside Orders We are onerating a branch store at Ft. Pierre, where black ilillers and up river customers will receive tho same attention as at our Yankton establishment. DRUGS AND MEDICINES. E E S I O Drug? Bookstore MILLS & PURDY THIRD STREET, Yankton, Dakota DKALKKS IN S All the popular medicines of the day. Tiption sciij)tion.scou'inpoiiudi'(l by experienced pharma y. ceutists. The Finest Assortmeut ol Books and Fancy Articles IN THE WEST. Headlight Oil the best in the Market. FURNITURE. I're- 1 J.R.SANBORN •Wholesale and lietall Dealer in FURNITURE, MATTRESSES MIRRORS, UNDERTAKER'S GOODS, Dewitt's Block, Third-St YANKTON, DAKOTA.