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GUNSMITHS.
BLACK HILLERS ATTENTION
WAGNER BROS.,
Proprietor* of the
Yankton Gunsmith Shop
Wholesale and ltetail Dealers lu
Shot Guns, Rifles, Revolvers, &c
Ail kinds of Ammunition. Pocket and Table Cut
lery. Kishing Tackle, Sc.
Agents for Hie Victor Sewing Machine for tlie
cilv or Yankton also agents for the I' Lllin &
Kami Powder Co. Store and ltcpair Shop on
BROADWAY,
Yankton, Dakota
Dakota Kail road
TIMETABLJE.
fo take effect Wednssday, December 1,1876
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STATIONS.
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•PlayStations. tTclegraph Stations.
CONNECTIONS,
t. AtSionxCity with Illinois Ceu.-al, Sion^
cty and Pacific
and Sloox City and St. Paul Rail
Paaaeu^or train golngunBicounuctBatDHvU
[Junction with branch trains arriving at Port
llun lville at. 12.19 p.*".,and then connecting with
JlI -virdV siazes Tor Virginia. Eden, Kalrview.
Ilioioit, Canton, iarrishurg, Klandrcau, Linwood.
I ci 'tabids, Sioux Fall* iud all points on ihe
|Uig *i.»ux itiver', and from Portlandville
lut (.15 p.m.. connects at Davis Junction with
Ktrilu iguing west.
1 vn tiSiic t\n«t with stages for •nca. Neb.
|uud Kleli'a D. T.
4. Ar. VerrollHon with *tazes for Lodi, R!?ei
leife, rumor, Bloomingd le ani Ftnlay.
IT At. .Heckling with stages for ttt.J»m^,
ti. At ly
ville with stages for St. Helena.
7. At Yankton with atacctt for all points t,«
Bsouihuru -mri western Dakota, find North Nebra*
|ka: an:i during the season of navigation with
MUson'1 Kiver Transportation Companies line
|of sunnier* lor Randall, Brulo, Pierre, Sully.
Iliice, Bismarck, Stevmson, Berthold. Roford,
Brarrol and llcnton connecting at Pierre with
|liu coxr'.-uion wagon* for the Black Hills.
This is the only Direct Rout* to the
Black Hills
QUO. B. MERCHANT.
K. V. DKKKICKKON, SvperinUnd't.
Agent
STAGES
Yankton & Sioux Falls
DAILY STAGE.,
IU. S. Mail and Express Route
DEMING & SHURTLEFF, Prop*.
The Shortest, Bost and Cheapest Line to
SIOUX FALLS.
Stages leave Yankton and Sioux Falls every
morning, (Sundays excepted) and run through in
twelve liours.
YANKTON OFFICE AT MERCHANTS HOTEL.
DEMING & SHOBTU/F
HARDWARE.
RICHEY&DIX
DEALERS IX
HARDWARE, STOVES
AMI MANUFACTURERS OF TINWARE.
Mining Goods
Of Every Description.
An extensive Repairing Department is connect
ed with our establishment.
AGENTS FOR THE
Celebrated Otsego Forks
R1CHEY & DIX,
(Sawyer's Block,
Third-St., Yankton. D.
GRAIN.
Wilcox
Williams
I
Dealers In all kinds of
GRAIN.
CHOICB
heat, Corn, Oats atid Barley
FOB 8EED. v.
ELEVATOR
oot of 2d-Street, Yankton, Dakota
BANKS.
Established A. D. 1869.
BANKS
~WFIRSTNATIONAL
Bank of Yankton
Viaaacial A|wt of the United State*
Approved Depositary for Disbursing
Officers.
J^MES C. MoVAY, President
\V. II. McVAY. CAsilIKlt.
Drafts douglit and sold,
anb promptly remitted for.
Collections made
GROCERIES.
BRAMBLE, MINER & Co
Wholesale
O E S
Keep constantly on hand a well selected
stock of
Staple, and Fancy Groceries
Sugar, Coffee
Tea, I Syrups,
Bacon,"Hams,
Mackerel, Halibut,
Dried Beef, Shoulders
CANNED GOODS,
Dried Fruits,
Tobacco,
Cigars,
We resi
chants to our
Spices,
&c
call the attention of all mer
ik ana prices we also have In
connection with our Groceries, a good supply
I'ents.Wagon Covers,
Bows and the best
Wagons in the Territory
Which Black Hillers will do well to examine.1
v.
WB ABB AGENTS FOB THB
Dupont. Powder Co.,
Sohuttler Wagons,
Studeb&ker Wagons,
Wood's Harvester
McCormick Harvester,
Wood & McCormick
Mowers
BRAMBLE, MINER 81 CO.,
LEVEE,
Yankton Dakota
GROCERIES.
Blatt & Buerdorf
Wholesale and Retail
PKALKHS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY
O E I E S
BROADWAY,
YANKTON,
"A,"
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House
OP
ARK M. ARM Eh
YANKTON,
DAKOTA
GROCERIES.
O A A E
BBALBB Of
Tr»i-'
•V.-F".'
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
Crockery and Glassware
,^THIRD STREET,
A
1
YANKTON. DAK0T
She faily grcs* and BakotaUm
YANKTON DAKOTA.
Saturday Evening, January S, 1878
PROGRESS.
Improvement* In Hnx Fall* Bine* tlie
Last Harvest.
Sioux Falls Pantagrah,
That Sioux Falln has felt the general im
pulse given to business of all kinds ry the
abundant harvest of the psst year is evi
denced by the extent of the improvements
that have been made since harvest.
Webber & Shaw have thoroughly repair
ed their mill and dam and put in a new
pa ent purifier at an expense of $1,500.
Knott & Co. have built a large extention
to their brewery and put in new machinery
expending in all $3,000.
win. VanEps has built anew stone dan
for his mill at Dell Rapids and enlarged
the capacity of the mill by new machinery
and has put up one new building here aua
improved otnera to the amount of $5,000.
Edwin Sharp is now completing a new
and elegant residence-at a st of $3,000.
Herman Gilbert ha« completed a commo
dious dwelling veneered with Mankato
brick. Cost $2,500
YV'm. Nelson has finished another elegant
residence. Cost $2,500.
C. O. Natesta has completed a neat and
tasty dwelling at an expense of $1,000.
I*. P. Perk has built a new livery barn
cost $1,000.
True Dennis has built a machine shop.
Cost $1,000.
Emerson & Co. have put a four-run mer
chant mill and are now ready to put the
machinery therein. The amount that
will be expended thereon by the time they
are ready to run will not be less than $20.
000.
Phillips A Brown have built a large ex
tension to their store and put in a stock
of drugs making an investment of some
$5,000.
The Methodist society have built a church
building at a cost of 4,000.
Beside* those mentioned there have been
fifteen or twenty dwelling house* erected
and a large number of old buildings re
paired and enlarged making an aggregate
of at least $50,000 in improvement* within
the past six monihs. Thene improvements
do not indicate a mere mushroom growth
such as usually attends ihe completion of a
railioad to aa expeced terminu*, they indi
cate^he heilthy growth of Sioux Falls and
the prosperity of her old residents. Nearly
every improvement mentioned was made by
citizens who have been here from three to
six years and have been prospering and ac
cumulating wealth when tines in other
places have been so hard that those who
could keep even.were fortunate.
Laborers digging in the ruins of the Bar
clay ttreet fire Thursday, recovered am ther
hod which was removed to the moreue.
This makes the fourteenth victim of the
disaster
VEGETINE.
Aa Excellent Medicine.
SPR1NUFIKLD, O., Feb. 18, 1877.
This is to certify that I have used Vegetlne,
manufactured by H. It. Stevens, Boston, Mass.,
for Rheumatism and General Prostra'ion of the
Nervous !ystem, with good success. I recom
mend Vegetlne as an txeellenl nudicint forsucli
complaints.
Yours very trulv,
C. W. VANDEGKIFT.
Mr. A andegrift, of the Arm of Vandegrlft &
Huffman, is a well-known business man in this
jlace, having, one of the largest stores in
Springfield, o.
Oar Minister's Wile.
LOUISVII.LF., Ky., Feb. 1«, 1677.
MB. H. R. STEVENS
Dear Sir:—'Three years ago I was suffering
Terribly with Inflammatory Rheumatism. Our
winister'x wife advised me to take Yrgrtlne.
After taking tine bottle, I was entirelv relieved.
This year, feeling a return of tlic disease I again
commenced taking It. and am being benefited
greatly. It also greatly improves my digestion,
liespectfullv,
Mils. A. BALLARD,
loll West Jefferson Street.
Safe and Sore.
Mn. H. K. STEVENS
In 1673 your Vegetlno was recommended to
me and. yielding to the persuasions of a friend,
consented to try it. At the time I was sufler
ng lroni general debility and nervous prosi ra
tion, superinduced by overwork and irregular
habit-. Its wonderful strengthening and cura
tive properties seemed to affect my debilitated
svstem from the first dose: and underits persist
ent use I rapidly recovered, gaining more than
usual health and good feeling. Since then I have
iglve VrRrtin
not hesitated toglve Vegrtlrie my most iinqual
lied indorsement its being a safe, sure, and pow
erful agent in promotinghealth and restoring ilie
wasted system to new life and energy. Vrgi
ttiic is the only medicine I use, and as long as I
live I never expect to And a better.
Yours truly, W. H. CLARK,
l°2u Monterey Street, Allegheny, Fa.
VEGETINE.
The following letter from Bev. G. W. Mans
field, formerly past.ir of the Methodist Epiivo
al Church. Hyde Park, and at present settled in
.oweli, must 'iivince every one who reads his
letter of the wonderful curative, qualities of Vrg
etlne as a thorough cleanser and purilier if tlie
blood.
HYDE PARK, Mass., Feb. 15,1S76,
Mn. II. R. STEVENS
Dear 31 About ten years ago my health
Tailed ti.ro igli the depletingelfects of dyspepsia
uearlv a ye.u' later was attacked by typlioid
fever hi lis worn fo-m. It set'led In my back,
and took tlie form of a large deep-seated ab
ithr
scess, which was fifteen months In
had two surgical operatious by tlie best skill
the state, but received no permanent cure. I
suffered great pain at times, and was constautly
weakened by a profuse discharge. I also lost
small nieces of bone at differeut times.
Matters ran on thus about seven years, till
Mav, 1874. when a friend recommended me to go
to voiir office, and talk with you of the virtue of
Vegetlnc. I did so, and by y»ur kindliest
passed through vour manufactory, noting the in
siredients, &e by which your remedy is pro
duced.
lly what I saw and heard I gained some confi
dcnce in Yi-getlnr.
I commenced taking It soon after, but felt
worse from Its effects: still" I persevered, and
soon felt It was benefiting me in other respects.
Yet I did not see the results I desired till I had
taken it.fai'lifiilly for a little more than a year
when the difficulty ill the back was cured am
for «inc mouths I liavj enjoyed the best of
health.
1 liavo in that tiiue gained twenty five pounds
of tleslf, being heavier t|ian ever "before In my
life, ana I was never more able to perform labor
than now.
D'iring the past few weeks I had a scrofulous
swelling as laree as my fist gather on another
part of my body.
I took V«(rtliu faithfully, and it removed It
level with the surface In a month 1'think I
should have been cured of my ma'u trouble
sooner if 1 had taken larg- doses, after having
be
come accustomed to Its effects.
Let vour patrons troubled with scrofulaorkid'
ney disease understand that It takes Ume to cure
chronic diseases: and. If they will patiently
take Vt|tilhf, it will. In mv Judgment, cure
them.
With great obligations, I am
Yours very trulj
(1 •*. M\NsPIELD.
Pastor of the Methodist Episcopal cnurcn.
VEGETINE If?*
Prepared by
«. R. STEVENS, Boston, MIN
VoHllM
It
Mi by All Drmliti
HIDES, FURS, &C.
Peir & Luebke,
Ju At-,
I-V-JV
DKALSKS Df
HIDES, FURS,
LEATHER
A N IN IN S
THIRD STREET,
Yankton, Dakota
FURNITURE
J. R. SANBORN
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
FURNITURE, MATTRESStc
MIRB0ES
Upholstered Goods
UNDERTAKER'S GOODS,
Dewitt's Block, Third-St
YANKTON DAKOTA.
Z. '£. DANIEL, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Respectfully offers his professional services to
the citizens of Yankton and vicinity.
OIBce, Ro«m No. T, Pennlneton'sBlock.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Adler & Ohlman
Importers and Dealers in
KENTUCKY WHISKIES
,?UREClt)
ktKTUCfrr
BCUR6QN
KEITLCKV
BRANDIES, GIN, ALCOHOL
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Wines, Cigars and Tobaccos
BROADWAY,
YANKTON, DAKOTA
O S A E
A STOCK FARM
With Plenty of
WOOD & WATER-S300
TO RENT.
2 Stores on Broadway,
Formerly occupied by Samuel Vance.
A LARGE DWELLING,
SUITABLE FOR BOARDING HOUSE
Apply at the Real Estate Ageacy of
J. Parker Havward.
HOTELS.
GERMANIA HOUSE
Douglas Ave., near Third St.,
A N O N A O A
WALLBAUM 4 BECKER, Props
This house Is the headquarters for taavelers
Mtid immigrants. (*ood staMiutc.
MEAT MARKET.
Family Market
Broadway, Yankton, D. T.
BRENNAN~& JORDAI
WILL SUPPLY
Fresh Meats,
8alt.Keati,
.. Pi«h1«nd
TO OMIR.
A Fall
Um
«f VefftaMes is Smmb
Always
9
A
GLOVES
BOOTS AND
BUFFALO
THIRD STREET,
DEALERS IN
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Cash Paid for all kinds of Purs.
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING.
Charles Eiseman & Co
E A N A I O 8
AND DKALKR8 IK
Dry Goods and Clothing, Trunks,
&c., &c.. &c.. &c.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
HATS AND CAPS.
A Fine Lot of Cassimeres and Satinets JusA£»ceiv«l.
O A W A N E A I 8 E E
YANKTON, DAKOTA.
HARDWARE.
BEST IN THE WORLD!!
Black Hills Hardware
JUHOGO*1
stLtcr spicO
as by their parity ud,
required than of o**"!r muiL
only kinds made that hare the
DM of the greatest livii
certificate is on every
ilia genui ne.—Observe the
Game
•Mnvly k-
AttiTiSaSrsAD*
ji, t.
andS hoes
5:^ 9r%,
c,r to*
S
YANKTON, DAKOTA
E & A W E
Corner Douglas Ave. & Third St.,
Yankton, Dakota
Manufacturers of and Dealers In
GENERAL HARDWARE,
Black Hills Miners Supplies
Consisting In part of
Gold Fans,
Camp8toves,
Blacksmiths'Hammers
Miners' Ficks,
i" Cooking Utensils,
Complete Stock! Low Prices I
Steel, for Drills,
Shovelsnd Sledges
CASH GROCERY.
THIS
If you want Good Teas,
If you want Fore Coffee,
4
If yon want Fore Spioes,
If you want Qood Flour
If you want lO
oss.
to the lb.
If you wantlstand'rd Goods
If you want fall Xeasure
If you want to Save ,..s
from 80 to 40 per oent.
And if you want to
BUY FOR CASH
f. -1*
Then Buy Your
GROCERIES AT
JL,
W. Lavender,
Cash Store
.m
.A.
fV.
TArafov.

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