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PAINTING.
Carriage, Sign ft Ornamental I YANKTON,
FAINTER,
tlapitil Street, near 3d, Yankton, D. T.
All work dune with neatness and dispatch.
D.tKota Southern Railioud
TIME TABLE,
'i\, take effect Wtdnttday, December 1, IB?# I
TUMI MOflK*
»AIT.
STATIONS.
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SHOPS
6. lt»
Arrive
.tYA.NKTON...
•Flag Stations. tTslegraph Htations.
CONNECTIONS.
At Sionx City with Illinois Ceu^al, Sloai
0 ty
I.T.I
Mid".
Psclllc and Slooz City and 8t. Paal Rail
t'.i0Beu|{er iraiu t(uiut4uh0i cuiiucciB«ili«vi'
•luuctlou with bruicb I rill rt arriving nt I'url
laudvillo at 12.19 p.pi.,itml tUeu connuciin^ with
lij*ard'» siaten fur Virtsinla. Bden. ralrriew.
u-jiuit, Cantou, tlarrisburic, Klandrvan, Linwood,
Kick itapidi), sionx Kails and all pointa un the
Uij Sioux Itiver, and i'rom leaviou Portlandvillr
»t I.IS p.m., connects'at Uavls Jdoctloo with
train guiug weal..
I. AtKi«fointwltli.sUgas Tor ca, Neb.
and Itluiila d. U. T.
4. At Vermillion Willi iageB for Uidl, Rlvei
•Ida, Tamer, Bloomlngd le ana Flnlay.
6. At Heckling wlta atagea for at-Jamea.
U. At Oayvilla with stages for St. Helena.
T. At Yankton with stages for all uoims
•outheru and western Dakota, and Nortn.Nabres
lea aul dnrlag the seaaon ol navigation with
Mioaourl Kiver Tranaportation Conipiuies lln
or atoaiuera lor Itaiidall, Brnle, Pivrro, sally.
Ulcs, Biamarck, Stevenson, Bertboid. Bnford,
arrol and Benton connecting at Pierre with
trauaportation wagons Tor the Black tlllls.
This is the only Direct Route to tht
Black Hills
QEO. B. MBItCHANT.
K. V. DaBBicKsox, 0n'i SuptrinUntft.
AfttU.
Illinois Central Railed
Sta orient and neat Hons to Chirac**
SlOUXCiTY to CHICAGO
WHhonl Change of Can I
Commencing Dec. Stfc, 1874,
A Dal'y Eipreas PasseDfr Train wll lexw I
Sioux (Miy, Sundays ezcaptad, on the arrlvtl of
tram
CHQM YANKTON.
Au Express Train leavssSioax City at 2:16 p. I
m. arrives at Chicago at S:tt p. m., twenty-flvc
Diiuutn eariler than tht C-A n. W/ R. 8. Blefp
lug cars run through from Kewell to Chieaso.
Pare for ileepiii( car only MO Pafsennr* lea
ving Chicago at lO a.la., bbund west arrlTe at
Sioux City at la, noon.
An accommodation trala will leave Bloax It)
daily, exeept Saturdays, atA^O p.m., connecting
with throagh pasaeacar trains at Vort Dodge.
Psaaengersleaving Chicago at
.10
BazgAj
To all.tmpur
for throb
W. p. JonMsoB,
p. m., arrive
at Sioux City at7jHa.a.
Trains going eaat connect at Chicago with all
trains for Oetrolti Clevelaad, Bufilo .Niagara
Pulls, Pittsburg", PhliadOphU, Baltlmaie, Wash
ington, New York, BoMon and all parti of the
Katt.
This train eouecta at Waterloo with trains on
the Cedar Palls and Minnesota Brantb leaving
Waterloo at I2.W a. m„ and arriving a Mona at
6.20 a. m., conneptli
railroad trains,atid^
iu., and Hlnnaapolls
i.m,i »Dd srrlTlog ikMoniil
Connections are made at freeport
•n ihe Iiilaola Central railroad main line, lsMtng
Preeporlat t.4T p. m.
445 Peoria Hp a',
Ulaud at 6.10 Quincy
a made at Freeport with trains
al railroad main line, lsmdng
i.,: arrlvtBg at flalesburg at
s' Barllngton aiTpm '"ocl
iuincyat#» pa 8tUal
7. IS a.m, and Cairo at 4.16 a ni connecting
Cairo with tralastor M«aphls.
Mobile. KeWOrlsans. and
All Parts of the Soutb
Counecitona are also atade at prevport wtth
wsukeeatrtvB(
ecked Throuah
the li Unol TjentSiiSi^ *Pl
J°"
MCFT.
"Market
Broadway,'Vaakton, O. Tja
BRKNNANTt JORDAN
WHX auri-i.r
Fresh Xeata,
Silt Meat#," '1'
Fish and
I WINES AND i-1QOORt.
It ,3$, *t^*' •*$$,
1
maw &
Oam
TO
AM0BB.
AFmK
kilaaeaa
Always am
JtS
Importers and Dealer* In i^
111
ietw
KENTUCKY WHISKIES
**V Is
MMCi
BRANDIES, GIN, ALCOHOL
.ii»
•01
Samuel Merrill,
rORFMN AXII DOMKSTIC
Wines,| Cigars and Tobaccos
tr-,
BROADWAY,
DAKOTA
GROCERIES.
H. K. CUTTING. J. II. CTOI DAS
GENE & JACK
Cutting & Cloudas
DRAI.K11M IN
O E I E S
Tobacco and Cigars
THIRD STREET,
(Opposite Postofllcc.)
Yankton, Dakota
Goods deiirere'l free to any part of the city.
The best anil cheapest always on hand.
CUTTING & CLOUDAS.
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
Business Cards.
Fifty Thousand Envelopes of all C»1MS
Circulars,Co. Bonds & Bank Checks
BOWBIV & KmOSBDBT, Pro.pa
BANKS.
EstabUshed A. D. 1869.
Banking House
OF
MARK M. PARMEB
YANKTON,
TIM Pioneer Bantrer sfDsksta
Business conducted the same as an Incorpora
ted Sank Collections made Iu all the principal
cities of the United States and Btirone.
VERMILLION HOTELS.
LION HOUSE.
Vermillion, Dakota
G. G. RICHARDS, Prop'r.
The only flrst-class house In the. city, (iood
tables ana clean rooms. Klnit-class livery con
nected with the house. My motto is Live and
.... u, co....««ns fee'1J?®" SPS!1 ""Ksacs to and
S2,WN^,U* ^1^ C^G° McffARIJS. Proprietor.
Western Union trains, leaviae Freeportat 1JH .. —..
K*eln*at
,,u
Conneattons in also aiade at DnhuqaetoB
Lonla, Oslro, and Ml point* south I
DAKOTA HOUSE,
(Formkbly
ADKi.rni)
I T|w Csiitfftl Hotel of tu6-City
I VKLUULUOK, DAKOTA
Table supplied with evcrytlilnfr the market
lalfonla. lleiulquorlers for commercial travelers
Free baggage to aud ftotnlhe deiwt.
W. 8. KNAl'PKN, Proprietor.
ORUQ3 AND MEDICINES
CV j. KADISH
0 1 S
TO
AKDDKALBEIN
PAIKTiS, OILS, VABMISHE8
WINDOW GLASS,
[Wall Paper,
Blank Book*.
*r a 8ohool Booka,
Stationery
-Satisfactory Price#
(»tl door lo huSoBw.l
Tanktott, Dakota
V,
'i ™. 5
'i'. ii
kr Sally grru mi
Jalttitaa
VANKTON
EvMini, Wmwhw 9, 1171
TKS r. R.
Pioneer Preae Editorial.
The Northern I'acific railroad company,
hairing completed the Western railroad of
NiMMaota from Bralnerd to Sauk Rapida,
andjperfi cted running aiiiugeiuenu with
Aew. Paul and Pacific railroad, aend their
Oral train through to Blantrck thi» morn
ing, and in the future will run their train*
regularly, leaving St. Paul in the morning
at :00 a. m., and arriving in Bismarck the
nest morning at the nme hour, making
close connection* with the main line at
Brainerd, and with ,the Northwestern stage
company at Biamarck for the Black Hilla.
The opening of this new line of road short
ena the time between St. Paul or Minne
apolis and Biamarck and the Black Hilla
24 hours, and greatly faciltates buiinw be
twet these cities and the great wheat fielda
of the Bed river of the north. The people
of Minnesota may well felicitate themaelvee
on these result*, which mark an important
step forward in ihe progress of this enter,
prise, and add immensely to it« value.
THE SEVENTH CAVALRY.
Correspondence Bismarck Tribune.
Headqtior'ers 7th Cuvalrv, in 111" Field Orv
posite Houtb of Musclesheil River, Mie
•onrl River, M. T, Oct. 25,1877.
We are are now camped on the Missouri,
opposite the mouth of the Musclesbelt,
where we have been for about ten days.
Col. Uenteen is in command, and has with
him companies A, D, E, IT, I. K, and
companies B. and O are expected here
daily from Tongue river, whence they were
taken by Oen. Miles to escort the captive
N7. Percps Indians.
Lien*. DeRudin brought in fourteen Nez
Porcci. the other day that had Wn turned
ovi to him by Lieu'. Mans' 1st infantrv,
and one has since voluntarily ]nincd us. I
fancy ihey will all bu sent to Tongue river
bv boat. News from Wbite Bird ig to the
effect that be bas about sixty warriors with
him, and is now in Sitting BuM's camp.
In conclusion, lei messy that the com
mand is in good li'-alili and spirits.
BLACK HILLS IN CHICAGO.
lle'owwe give the experience and report of
two prominent Black Hillers,who were inter
viewed on the 2d inst., by a Chicago Tribune
reporter. The report is clipptd from the
Tribune of the 3d inst:
Two "Black IIiller«," Capt. D. C. Nichols
and J. H. S. Coleman are at the Palmer
house. They are interested with three
others in three claims near Central,—the
Golden Gate, Belcher, and Father De Smet,
only the latter of whicbj however, they are
at present working. This one yields $2,000
a week in gold, a ten-stamp mill being used
Capt. Nichols comes to Chicago to buy a
twenty-stamp mill, and when this is in p
sition he expects a yield ol $8,000 a week.
A reporter found liim yesterday, and jn'
quired about things in the Hills.
"They are lively," said the captain.
"How many people are there now
"From 0,000 to 10,000 in the vicinity of
Dead wood."
"Are any but of employment
N a a
"Are there many coming in
"Not very many."
"Can one still hnd'gronnd for a c'aim
"The claims are about all taken up One
might find a vacant spot, but I guetwevary.
thing is located on that mineral belt."
"Are many of the claims paying
"Yes, the Hidden Tkeaaure, keats, Alpha
Golden Terry, Golden Star, HomeaWcv,.
and others are paying well. About
stamps are running with success. Some
yield more and some less."
"How much is turned out in a week 7'
"Well, to give you an idea, one of the
banking houses ships out $50,u00 a week, in
retort gold. That's pretty good, isn't it, for
a camp not six months old."
"You spoke of the gold bell leing_ pre
empted. Are there no gulch claims left?"
"All the gulches run down toward Bead
wood, and this gold belt runs across them.
The gulch claims have not done much, on
account of there not being sufficient water."
"Have any of ihetn been abandoned 7"
"No. We had to have one for dumping
purposes, an til cost as $2,000."
"How much gold doe* a ton of ore yield?"
"About $20, and there is any quantity of
ore."
The capUin further stated that everybody
in the Hills had plenty to eat and arillk,
and was happy, and that all of those wlior
were working*their claims in the belt were
making lota of money.
BANKS
A N O N A N
EDMUNDS & WYNN, Bankers,
Yankton, .... Dakota
DO A GKKKRAL
Bankingf-CoUection & Loan Business
The same as National llanks.
Buy and sell exchange on the principal cities
of the United Slates and Europe. Special atten
tio paid to collections and remitted for
Invariably on Day of Payment.
Will loan money, pay taxes and sell teal estate
for non-residents, on favorable terms. Agents
for reliable Insurance Companies, and Insure
property favorable terms.
FANCY GROCERIES.
COUNSELL & COVELL,
Retail Groceries.
CAP1TAL-8T, Bet. SECOND A THIRD
A fu II stock of choice Cigars and Tobaccalo
ways on hand.
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF MAILS
ST HAILaOAl).
AHHtYK
(:15 r. M.
Eastern
Springfield and up river :00 r.
nitrAHT
r:» A.
IIV 8TAGK.
M. 4
:00
a
Niobrara a :oo 7 :oo
stonx Kalis ,oo «:oo
lirraterl -....5:00 :M
UlilMstown, arrives Krldajn at 6 r. M. aud de
parts Raturday. at
a. m.
Freiiehlovm, Noh.. arel»BS TtimMlav* and Fri
irsat tea.
M.
and
days
P. M.
l«ll. arrive. Tue«lav* at II
at r.
deparu at aainc days at
M.
arid depart*
1
*•$•^-jw
PHYSICIAN.*®
JOHMXAOOIiaOB,
FHYUOIA* AMD 8VB0EOJT
Ol Kdingburg. ncottandT
Deatnaato Inlorm the InhabHanta 1 Yankton
aad svmiuadliiacountjT Ua( ha baa eemmeeeK
the practice oTnls profession trow this dale.
DR. M*cirikior Is prepared to perform all
kinds ol BurglcalOperauoiu,
-Jteetdenee on Walnut wreetNotOi o( the Brad
ley Hotel.
Dr. H. DIETRICH,:
",r GERMAN4"1
Physician and Surgeon.
OactnlMtactTUiMt,
(Next door to Heimld Offlee.)
DRY GOODS.
E O A
CONGLETON
HAS REMOVED
To Valentine's Block,
[Next door to Merchants Hotel]
Thus securing one of the largest and fluest
storerooms In\ankton. He lias Just received
from eastern markets a full and complete stock
of
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Cloaks, 8hawls, Silks,
Cashmeres, Alpacas, Beavers
Zephyrs, Water-proofs,
Germantown Wools, Suitings
He offers a coi.iplete assortment of flrst-class
(roods at very low prices. Ail his goods were
purchased after
PERSONAL INSPECTION
O A S
Thus securing better prices than can be had on
the credit system. Customers will receive the
beneftt of these low 0| urcs.
A covdhil invitation is extended to the public
to call at the new store and examine goods and
prices.
L. CONGLETON.
HARDWARE.
RICHEY & DIX
DKALKK8 IX
HARDWARE, STOVES
And MAxrrACTDBKns of Tinware.
Mining Goods
An extensive Repairing Department is connect
ed with our establishment.
AGENTS FOR THE
Celebrated Otsego Forks
RICHEY & DIX,
(Sawyer's Block,)
Third-St., Yankton. D.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
E E S I O
Drug Bookstore
MILLS & PURDY
THIRD STREET,
Yankton, Dakota
DKALKR9 IN
'&•> K%
WP "jt&ZzW&s *8^ s. -jtSs
S
I. E
of
Books and Fancy Articles
IN THE WEST.
1 4
A A a
YANKTON, DAKOTA.
9,
tillefi. *c.
wn wtdiati. «umiae I
J. PARKER HAYWARD
REAL ESTATE AND LOAH
BROKER.
Notary Publio—Third Str««t
E. H. VAN ANTWERP,
Notary PubUc 4k Conveyanoer
Keeper of D'Uettes Scientlflc System of Title
Abstracts of Yankton County, D. T.
(Orricn
in Kaykr'm Buck Boom
»«T, TANKTON, D. T.
Citll Bngiiutring and Surveying.
TOBACCO, &.C.
PAUL HAMANN & CO
Manufacturer of aud Dealer in all kinds of
I A S A N S O IN
AND
Chewing Tobacco.
A good assortment of all kinds of Smokers1
Articles.
Manufacturing to Order a Specialty
THIRD STREET,
(Between Broadway and Cedar StreetsJ
YANKTON.- DAKOTA.
New Advertisements.
SMOKE W.DUKL"
r.
A A
OMOKiNGTOBACGU
W 'J E"
L't-r i-ai/. '-v I-
JACKSON'S BEST
SWEET NAVY CHEWING TOBACCO
was awarded the highest prize at Centennial Ex
position for its fine chewlne qualities, the excel
leiicp and lasting character of its sweetening
and flavoring. If you want the best tobacco ev
er made ask your grocer for this, and see that
each plug bears our blue strip trade mark with
words Jackson's Itest on it. Sold wholesale
by all jobbers. Send for sample to C. A. JACK'
SOX 1c CO., Manufacturers, Petersburg,
*C ^QAperday at home. Samples worth 15
$«/to$£\J free. Stineon A Co.. Portland, Me
AGENTS
WANTED
PO& PARTICULARS ADDRESS
WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO
999 Broadway, Xrw York City
Chicago, 111. Orleans, La.
Or .San Fraitclaco, Cal,
LAYS PLAYS!
PLAYS! PLAYS
For Heading Clubs, for Amateur Theatricals,
Temperance Plays, Drawing Room Plavs, Fairy
'lays, Ethiopian Plays, Uuidc Books. 'Speakers
'antomlmes. Tableaux Lights. Magnesium
•lghts, Colored Fire. Burnt Cork, Theatrical Face
Preparations, Jarley's Wax Works, Wigs, Beards
and Mustaches at reduced prices. Costumes,
Scenery, Charades. New catalogue tent free,
containing full description and prices. SAM'L
FP.ENC If & SOX. 193 Sassau St Xew York
I 'Cfia week in your own town. Terms Aft oatlt
I lOD Iree. H. HALLETT Co. Portlasd Me.
WONDER UPON WONDER.
ffiwn Away -A strange, mvsterlons and most
extraordinary Book, entitled "THE BOOK OF
WONDERS." Containing, with numerous cu
rious pictorial illustrations, the mysteries of the
Heavens and Earth, Natural and Super-Natural,
Oddities, Wlilm?Scai, Strange Curiosities. Witch
es and Witchcraft, Dreams, fuperstittons, Ab
surdities, Fabulous, Bnchautment, &c. In order
that all may see this curious book, the publishes
have resolved to give it awav to all that desire to
see it. Address by postal card, F. GLEAMS fc
CO., 139 Washington Street, Boston, Mass.
Mothers who Dose their Darlings with
drastic purgatives incur a fearful responsibility.
The gentle, moderate (yet effective), laxative,
terative. and anti-bilious operation of
itANT'B Ski.tzrk Apkkikkt
tlQs day at home. Agents wanted
916 terms free. TRUE
Pre
All the popular medicine* of the day.
scrlpUons couinpounded by ex|iertenced phanna
Tab-al­
peculiarly adapts
it to the disorders of children.
Oatflt and
Co, Portland, Me,
An Extra Fine Mixed Cards, with name. 10
tAJ ctv. post pxiil. I.. JONKS ft CO.. Nassau
N.
DC ATTV FIAXO,
Bt"•
ORGAXbest^- Look
—ans, st.
Clr. Free.
1
startling news. Organs, 1* stops.
186. Pianos only jlSJ eo$t KM.
F. Keattv. Washington, N. Y.
WORK FOB ALL
In tlietrown localities, canvassing for FfrcaMe
Visitor, (enlarged! Weekly and Month l*. Las*
•eat Paper In the VsrM, witli Mammoth
Ohmmos Free. Big Commissions to Agents
Terms and Outat Free. Address P. O. TICK*
ERT,iMasts, IValM.
Mt'i nan aM fur CO
Made to ine—are complete. W IUI #9
unmade onlv in one
rleet aatMaetfon *»r
ol (0)4 plated buttons
with each
*1 *V'
Btatt dkBuerdorf
¥4
«.»!.
OKALBM tV
1£*i:
STAPLE AND
BROADWAY,
YANKTON. DAKOTA
AUCTION.
L. M. KEE.
Commission Merchant
AXD
AUCTIONEER,
THIRD-ST. TANKTON
BRAY & FLETCHER
Capital Street
MEAT and GROCERIES
MARKET
CHOICE MEATS & VEGETABLES
All goods delivered to any part of the dty free
of charge.
A
full line of
SALT and SMOKED MEATS
Constantly on hand.
Also aChoioe Lot of Grooeriea
Highest cash price paid for Hides, Pelts and
Shipping Cattle.
BBAY fc niTOBIB.
FURNITURE.
J.R. SANBORN
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
-i i.
4^ a%
"tit
FANCY
O E I E S
1
No.4.)
"9 i. Jv,*-
•i
a:-- •,.
FURNITURE, MATTRESSES
MIRRORS
Upholstered Coods
UNDERTAKER'S GOODS,
Dewitt's Block, Third-St
TANKTON DAKOTA.
FLOUR AND FEED.
W A Burleigh Jr.
WfcolMale & Bctail Dealers in
Flour,
Grain, ,?
Provision?,
and Live Stock
Burieigirs Block, Broadway,
(Between Sd &3d Streets.)
Goods delivered to all partsCoffthe city fre
of charge.
Special Attention to Outside Orders^
GUNSMITHS.
BLACK HILLERS ATTENTION
WACNER BROS.,
Proprietors of the
Yankton Gunsmith
Shop
Wholesale and Ketali Dealers in ..
Shot Gvns, Rifles, Revolvers, Ac
Ail kinds of Ammunition. Pocket and Table cm
lery. Fishing Tackle, te.
Agenta for the Victor Sewing Machine tor ih~
ciiy of Tankton also agents for the Iaflln Jc
Hand Powder Co. Store and Repair Shop oo
BROADWAY,
a kton, .... Dakota
PROFESSIONAL.
SHANNON
JOVsMsimtFllKK
_,••• Aa^taMdlll
W OUT*
mn. »r TafflTfo.
St
WASHARAUGH
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
Dakota

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