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YANKTON, DAKOTA. Wednesday, Evening February 6,1878 The Daily Press and Dakotaian IS FU1J1.IS]1KI KVE1«\' EYKNIXO EXCE1TINU SUNDAYS TKKMS OF SURSCHII'TIOM Per Week, sects l*er Mouth, $l JYr Year, $10 Offlcc on Third Street, bpftvoen Broartwav and Cetlur—Duffack's Block. BOWEN & KINGSBPRY, Publishers. A BIRTHPLACE OF STANLEY. The controversy about Stanley's birth place is renewed wWt his return -to Europe, The latest story is that his real name is John Rowlands tl at he was born near Den bigh, in Wales, 1810, and of parentage 60 lowly that at the age of three years he *as placed in the poor-house at St. Asoph. There he remained for ten years, and receiv ed a good education, by which he profited fo well, that he was at length appointed usher in a school at Mold, in Flintshire, At the age of fifteen he shiDped as a cabin boy 011 a vessel bound for New O lean*. There euiplo/ed by a merchant named Stan ley, he was at length adopted by hiiu and authorized to take his name. Having join ed the confederates and been taken prisoner by the federals, he was cut oft' from his bene factor and became a newspaper correspond nt. SELECTING COLORS. "Mo department of the toilet," cays La Banta, "demands such ninety of discrimina tion as the selection and combination of col ors. Without this the art of dressing de scends to the merest matter of covering the person. There is nothing, except it be plain black or white, about the costume but bears a discordant or harmonious relation to the complexion and personal tints. The whole art of combining colors in dress is copying the natural flowers and the combinations of nature's beauties. Aggra vating discords or pleasing harmonies may be produced by the juxtaposition of hues. In their eflect upon the complexion, they either enchance its beauty or detract from it. With colors properly selected, a com paratively poor skin may be made to appear attractive worn without regard to effect, the best complexion will show to poor ad vantage." "The general rule," continues La Banta, "for the harmonious assortment of colors in appirel is to ascertain with which of the three primary colors (yellow, red and blue) the complexion has affinity, With one of those (or their many tints) every woman's complexion harmonizes. The shades which seem most favorable to beauty are weak white, light green, toft blue, mild violet, and pink red." TENNESSEE REPUDIATION. The following clever burlesque is in cir culation in Nashville, and was doubtless called out by the fact that the legislature recently adjourned sine die, without ma king any provision for paying the state debt: "For Sale—Under foreclosure of mort gage—The elegant stone structure known as the capitol of Tennessee, situated on an eminence in the city of Nashville, over looking the surrounding country, and visi ble for long distances this building was erected when people were honest, aud is likely to stand for several generations has two tine halls which might be hired to indi viduals wishing to make oratorical displays, each liall possessing splendid facilities. The state of Tennessee having defaulted on the interest of the bonds sold to pay for this building, the bondholders have taken- pos session under proceedings usual in such cases, in order to satisfy their claims. Pos session given immediately after the ad journment of the legislature, when the sale will take place. Would make a splendid school in which the rising generation could be taught the lesson that honesty is the best policy. N. B.—No bid based on Tennessee bonds will be entertained." ORDINANCE DEPOT AT FORT LINCOLN. Everything points towards a vigorous campaign against the hostile Indians next summer. The savages are evidently pre paring to resist being removed in the spring, and their numbers are such that they will be 110 despicable foe. Recruits for the regi ments in the northwest are being taken out, one squad of 105 men having been sent to Fort Snelling to reinforce the Fifth infantry, a few days ago. It has also been decided to establish an ordinance depot at Fort Lin coln. Heretofore the nearest base of sup plies in this line has been Rock Island. In pursuance of this plan the following order was issued yesterday: IIKAIXJ'US MIL. ])I v. OF THK MISKOIIU, I CHICAGO, ill. Jan. 29, 18T8. hpccia! Orders No. 8. First Lieutenant James C. Ayers, ord nance department, having reported to the lieutenant general, pursuant to the require ments of paragraph 3, special orders No. 14, current scries, from the headquartcs of the army, is hereby assigned ta duty at Fort Lincoln. D. T-, as ordnance officer, in charge, of the ordnance depot, to which place, he. will repair via Rock Island arenal, report ing en route for instructions to the command ing general department of Dakota. By command of Lieutenant Genural Sheridan. R. C. DRUM, Assistant Adjutant General. REBUKE TO BEECHER'S CHURCH. From the New York Sun.., At the meeting of the Manhattan Ao ciation of Congregational ministers, in the chapel of the Clinton Avenue Congregation al church, Brooklyn, the Rev. G. W. Gil man acted as moderator, and the Rev. H. II. MacFarland was secietary. The chief interest of the session centred in the report of a committee of which the Rev. Ives Bud ington was chairman, on "What Constitutes a Minister." The committee find that the question as to what are the proper creden tials of a minister involved in great difficul ties, and, although important theoretically and practically, the committee did not feel able to make a satisfactory report. The repot continues that the difficulties have been aggravated and new ones create 1 by the result of the council called by Ply mouth church in 1876. The principles set tled on there are inconsistent with those of the council of 1804, and are destitute of forcc in presenting the rights and duties of ministers, or the relation of churches in fellowship with another. The recommenda tion of the committee was that a committee be appointed to whom the credentials of all ministers seeking admission into the a.'wociation shall be referred, and who shall also have the power to ignore certificate* & of the ministerial standing of ministers when such are presented. The report was adopt ed, and the committee was continued to give further consideration to the result. In the .discussion which followed, Dr. William M. Taylor, of the Broadway tabernacle, denounced the practice of per mitting, men to enter the pulpit whose only quarliOtation was their eloquence. Even immoral men had been allowed to retain their positions for that one reason. He said that there was a minister of the Baptist church in London some years ago who was convicted of adultery and expelled from the society, lie went to Toronto, resumed his relatjons with the denomination, and, on a pulpit becoming vacant, notwithstanding the fact that his previous misdeeds were fully -|)read before 'the people, he took hold ot° their hearts, and thev invited him to become pastor, and to this day he preaches in that church. There was a similar case in the same denomination recently at Alle ghany City. What the association had to protest against was the rottenness of the sentiment that men might hold a minister ial position, no matter what their past life had been or their present life was. DAKOTA MATTERS. The Washington correspondent of the St. Paul dispatch, under date of Jan. 30th., gives the following gossip about Dakota matters: Mr. Boikins, a correspondent from Mil waukee, has a good hope of being governor of Dakota. It seems pretty certain that Rot kins will get either the above position or the consulate at Manchester. E. LI. Hooper of Maine was appointed Indian a^ent of Sisseton agency in Dakota ut the special session, and was recently con firmed, but Mr. Kidder has tied up his com mission, and he may yet find that there is a slip between the cup and the lip. Postmaster Howard of Yankton has palely got off the ragged edge. J. F. West has been duly confirmed post master at St. Cloud. The governorship of Dikota is not an un enviable position, judging from the number of applicants thertior. I will furnish the list up to date: General Rusk late M. C. from the La Crosse district Mr. Warner, a Mississippi republican, whose good show is getting dark Mr. Wolf, the German regis ter of deeds of this city Judge W. W. Brookings of Yankton L. D. F. Poore of Springfield, Dakota Judge G. G. Bennett, formerly of Iowa, now of the Black Hills, aspirant for the executive chair of the dcad before-it-was-born Lincoln territory. Commpdore Coulson, Yankton's banker contractor and leading river man, with Capt. Moriah, his river superintendent, is here, looking after his varied interests. Judge Styel, Mayor McLean and Sheriff Kiasev, from Bismarck, are here, as also is my old friend J. W. Raymond, Esq. Six years ago Raymond was a poor clerk in Duluth, cow he is one of Bismarck's most solid men. The genuine metal was in him, and on striking out on the Northern Pacific he found a fulcrum to rest his lever on, and he has made things move to the benefit of his own place of residence and of his own pocket. Having deserved success, lie has won it. Major Leip, late post sutler at Fort Abra ham Lincoln, was bflried here 011 Sunday, with Masonic honors. Mr. Kidder has introduced a bill for a land grant to a railroad from Bismarck to the Black Hills. Also one to make all offi cers of territories elective, except marshal', land officers, and district attorneys. Aiso one to allow Dakota to organize as a state. He had a lively and a successful fight over getting $2,500 appropriated for a law library for Dakota. His speech convinced the house of the necessity and justice of the measure and not only carried his own meas ure threugh but also did the same scrvice for Wyoming. INDIAN PLUNDER. Rapid City Journal. 2d. On Wednesday of this week, Captain Jack and Mr. Thos. Ferguson and son re turned from the mouth of Rapid river, thirty-five miles distant from this city, hav ing in their possession the three Indian ponies that escaped from the bostiles on the 20th of this month, when they attacked a freight train five miles from Rapid City, and shot George H. Firman, and killed two of his mules. Mr. Firman, although yet in the charge of big physician, Dr. Wbiifield, of this city, will probably recover, but hs mules, never. The parties first mentioned in this article are hunters well known in the Hills. On discovering the ponies, they judiciously went to cover, and in one way and another kept themselves out of observa tion, but always on the alert. They hsd crossed several trails before discovering the animals, and were reasonably cautous. Finally deciding that it was the wisest course, tbuy corralled the ponies and suc ceeded in driving them into town as stated. The animals were all saddled and bridled, and to tiie three were strapped eleven gov ernment blankets, six of which mutt have been recently issued, as they show no sign of use, but are clean, and in nearly as fine share as when issued to the pets at the agencies. To one of the saddles was along plpc-3tem -evidently a peace pipe, at least it was a piece of a pipe—and to all of the saddles were pouches of tobacco. Now we have a valid reason—if not before—why Gen. Sheridan should send troops into the Black Hills, where to-day there isn't a trooper in the whole domain. They should by all means come and gather in these ani mals, for aren't there three unhorssd pets abroad in the land without ponies, bridles, saddle? pipe stems, tibacco or recently is sued blankets? To be certain. BALCK HILLS NOTES. lc i3wood I'ioneer. Jan. SV'tli. Last Saturday evening several horse thieves entered the stables of the Northwest ern transportation company, at Sulphur sta tion, and took four fine horses, considerately leaving their blankets, however. The host ler followed a short stance a track made by persons wearing heavy boots. A dispatch from Cheyeonj says the elec tion for or against the Issuance of bonds re suited in favor of bonds by about one thou sand majority. The bonds mentioned are to be given to the Union Pacific or Colora do Central railroad, to aid in the construc tion of a railroad from Cheyenne to the Black UilU. The agreement circulated yesterday among the business men of this and other towns in the gulch "to take and pay gold dust In liquidation of a'l claims arising altar Fetiniaiy flnt at seventeen dollars per ounce those contracted before to lie paid at the rate of eighteen," was signed bv all to whom it was presented. On the twelfth of Jaxjiarv, less than a month after her wedding, she «au suddenly stricken wiln the typhoid fever, from which she never rallied, remaining a portion of the last three day* unconscious of the events transpiring about her. Yesterday a large number of friend* followed to their last rent ing place the remains of Mrs. Lisxie Welch, the wifr of oat of our snout impeded citizens, Mnj. H. Welch. She had been in the Hills but a short time, but during her brief sojourn had drawn about her large pircleof acijtiaintanceti and loving friends. Domlwood Times, .Tiui. swill. It is the iutontion of the owners of Old Abe mine. In Lead City, To put fifty more men to work, taking out ore aud developing the wealth of this lode. Yesterday the county officers tuoved from their old rooms on Sherman street, to their new quarters in the Bonanza building, which has been leased for one year for a court house and county offices. Eight heavily, loaded teams, belonging to Pratt & Ferris, of Sidney, came in town this morning. This Grin have over 300,000 pounds of freight now on the road here, and is arriving diily.,. A meeting was held in Rapid City last week to take action in regard to the pres ence of Indians in that neighborhood. An enrollment book was opened and about 50 men enlisted. Mr. A. Thompson was elect ed captain. The men enrolled are tho best class of men, and fully acquainted with In dian warfare. CATARRH NEVER-FAILING RELIEF AFFORDED BV SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE. ITanyftproprietary it fact that can be mbsUntieted by tho mMt respectable tetUtuonlftla ever offered in ffcvor of medicine* that the RASlOiL CM FOB CATABBR does in every ewe afford 1B* •tant and permanent relief. Ko matter of how long standing, or how severe the dl*ease(thefirvt dose gives such evidence of its value in the treatment of Catarrhal affcctio&s that confidence Is at once felt In lt» ability to do all that is claimed for it. The testimony or physicians, druggists, and patients it unanimous on this point, ana the accnmnlatlnff A-w.n*- superior to evidence is in point of respectability sn|. any ever before obtained in favor of a popular remedy. The proprietors, therefore, may Justly feel proud of the position this remedy nas attained and believe it worthy of its reputation. 10 YEARS A SUFFERER. From Hon.Theo. P. Bogert, Bristol, R.I. Messrs. "WEEKSA POTTER: Gentlemtn.—Feeling thoroughly convinced of tho cfllcacy of Bixroioi RADICAL CFBSFOR CATARRH, Iamindneedto drop you a line to say that although 1 have beeneoep» ileal of all the nostrums advertised as Mradical cures," I have never found anything that promisee such relief and ultimate euro as that of 8Asrooi*S. I have been afflicted with this dreadful disease for more than ten years, and not until recently could be induced to persevere with any nntll 1 read tho letter of Mr. HKNRY WILLS, and can truthfully sa* that after using five orstxbottieel am thoroughly convinced of hs curative properw ties. Hoping that others similarly afflicted likft myself will be induced to make the trlaUI am.gea» tlemen, very truly, etc. T1IEO. P. BOGEAT. BSISTOL, R. I., July 24.1ST?. CATARRHAL AFFECTIONS, 6uch as Sore, TTcafc, Inflamed, Bed* and Watery Eyes: Ulceration and Inflammation of the Bari Ringing Noises in the Bead: Sore Throat| Blongft* tion of the Uvula and Swelled Tonsils: Nervous Headache, Neuralgia. Dizziness, Clouded Memorya Loss of Nervous Force, Depression of BptrilSr—aro remedy according to directions which aeoompany each bottle, or will be mailed to any address on receipt of stamp. Each package contains Dr. Sanfordto Improved Inhaling Tube, with full directions for use la all cases. Price 91.00. Sold by all Wholesale end Be* tall Druggists throughout the United states and Canadas? WEEKS & POTTER, General Agents and Wholesale Druggets, Boston. Mass. ITOUIIS VOLTAIC PLASTER Afford* tho most gratefol relief In Rheu matism, Weak Splue, Local Faint, Ner vous Affections, I.ocal Rheumatism# TLO Douloureux, Nervous Fain, Affection* of the Kidneys, Fractured Ribs, Affection, of the Chest, Colds and Coughs, Iojoriea of the Back, Strains and Braises, Weak Back, Nervous Pain of tho Bowels, Cramp In the Stomach and I*lmb6, Heart Affec tions, Enlarged Spleen* Bruises and PODO tnres. Rheumatism of the Vtlill and Arms, Asthma, Gout, Local and Deep seated Fains, Pain In the Chest, Btltch In the Back, Pain in the Hip, Varlooee or Enlarged Veins, Crick In the Back and Neck, Fain and Weakness in Side and Back, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Lnmhago, Whooping Cough, Sharp Fains la the Slreast, Heart'Disease, Quinsy, Diabetes, and for Lameness In any part of the Body* Prloe, 38 Cents. Ask for COLLINS' VOLTAIC PLASTER. Bold by all 'Wholesale and Betail DruggMI throughout lb. United States and Canadas. and by WEEKS POTTER, Proprietor,. Boston. Msn. STAGES. Dakota Central STAGE & EXPRESS COMPANY. Stages leave Yankton even- morning (Sundays excepted) at 7 o'clock. Tor SCOTLAND, OLIVET, MILLTOWN, ROCKPORT, FIRESTEEL And Intermediate Points. Good Covered Hacks & Robes Furnished for Travelers. Reasonable charges and quick time is our motto. For Passage, Express or Freight, apply nt office 1 Third street, opposite .Teneks (St. Charles) on Motel. S. K. FELTON Proprietor. PAINTING. Samuel Merrill, Carriage, Sign & Ornamental l'AINTEB, Capitil Street, near 3d, Yankton, D. T. All work done with neatness and dispatch. JAMES CLARK, Itetail Dealer in Groceries, Fruits and Confectionery TUrtSt, app. J. Tracks B«teL A full stock of choice Tobacco aud Cigars con stantly on hand. PARKER HAYWARD REAL E8TATE AND LOAN I BROKER Notary Public---Third Street INSURANCE. Statement of the Condition OFT1IK SPRINGFIELD! and Marine Ins. Co. On the 'Mat thii/ of Dicirmlx r, 18'77. The name of the company is Sprlhgfteld Hiv anil Marine Insurance Company. It is located in Sprliigflelu, Mass. The amount of the capital stock is $7W.000 00. The amount of its capital stock paid up Is $ .rio,ooo oo. The Auttioflht Company are as Follows Cosh on hand and In the hands of agents or other persons $ aoo,4KR!l Real estate unincumbered lai.'.KK) *m Stocks and bonds owuud liy the com pany, to It.: Total assets.... L'AKVAl,. M'KTVAL. IT. S. Currency (i'srcg'd bonds.Jtoo,two U!x05 1MB shares bank slook l.MI,000 ISM.MM 8045shares railroad stocks.... oi,roo M5,«m i's Watertowii Uome 1!. H. bonds i, oo oo 7's Now York & llarlem bunds 10.000 ll.tioo 7's Morris & Kssex U.K. 8,00J SI.'JXo 1.700 10.000 8.00J !.oaus on bond and mortgage being tirst lien on unincumbered real es tate, worth double the amount loaned Debts otherwise secured Debts for premiums Ail oilier securities 8!U KM 55 it. ITU 71 None.. :io,!)7o in ... .st.MH.OJ'.i 71 1A1U1.1TI1S. Amount lnc or not due to banks or other creditors l-osses adjusted and due 1-usscsadjusted anil not due ... losses unadjusted Losses ill suspense walling for further ^Hiiof other claims against the company None.. None.. M.mr, -i.i :in,7:fl ss s.usj !s 1-1*261 :a Total liabilities ^sj.r^'j i:ti The greatest amount insured in auv one risk III.IHKIOO The greatest amount allowed liv the rules of the company to be Insured in any one city, town or village \o Hide... The greatest amount allowed to lie insured 111 any one block to.ouoio STATE OF MASSACHUSKTTS, County of Hampton. Pwiglit II. Smith, president, and Sanford J. secretary, of the Springfield Fire and Marine insurance company, ol Spriuglleld, Massachu setts, being duly sworn, depose and say, that the foregoing is a full, true and correct statement of the allairs of said company, ihat the said insurance company is the bona tide owner of at least one hundred thousand dollars, of actual cash capital, invested in the state am! United states stocks luid bonds, or In bonds and mortgages ot real estate, unincumbered and wortluloublc the amount for which the same is mortgaged and they are the above described ofnccrsof said insurance company. [Seal.] DA'ltiirr It. SMITH, President. SAXFOliD ,J. HAM., Secretary. Subscribed and sworn before me. this li!!li day of January. 1878. Cit.vs. R. LAPII, Justice of the Peace. THK TKRMTOUY OF 'AKOTA, I Auditor's Offlce. Whereas, The SsriHgfield Fire and Marine In surance Company, located ill the city of Spring field, and state of Massachusetts, has filed ill tnis ollice a sworn statement of its condition on the 31st day of December. A. 1. 1877, in accordance Whereas, On examination of the sworn state ment of said company tiled in this ollice, I find that tiie said insurance companv is possessed of the necessary amount of capital invested as (Milled by law. Therefore, I, .lohn S. Sand, Auditor of Dakota Territory, do hereby certify that said insurance company is duly authorized to transact the busi ness of lire and marine insurance iu said terri tory. for the year ending December 31st, 1878, hy agents properly appoint-(1. IS7S. [Seal. K. T. WIUTK. Agent In testimony whereof. I have hereunto set niv hand and seal, this 24tli day of January, A. £). JOHN S. SAND, Auditor. By I.. M. l'ritnv, Deputv. E. T. WHITE, Agent. FURNITURE J. R. SANBORN Wholesale ami IMail Dealer in FURNITURE, MATTRESStc MIRRORS Upholstered Goods UNDERTAKER'S GOODS, Dewitt's Block, Third-St YANKTON DAKOTA DRUGS AND MEDICINES C. J. KADISH Wholesale and He tall I S AND DEALER IN PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES WINDOW GLASS, Wall Paper, 11 BlankjBooki School Books* Stationery Good Goods—Satisfactory Prices THIRD STKEET, (Next door to Postofllce,) an to a a Grain Wanted IN EXCHANGE FOU A TEAM OF GOOD FARM HORSES, A Nearly New 31-4 MILBURN WAGON, And a Set of Double Harness, Together or Separately. Or will sell cheap. Uan le wen at Comer of Third & Capital Streets, M. D. LINGO. FOB SERVICE!! A FI LT. BERKSHIRE BOAR, Formerly owned by A. F. IIAYWARI) TCRM8-I2.00. Apply al tke People"* Maifcet, Third Mnlrt, WINES AND LIQUOR8w Adler & Ohlman r, fe Importers andflieiUers KENTUCKY WHISKIES BRANDIES, GIN, ALCOHOL KOIIKION AND DOMKHTIC Wines, Cigars and Tobaccos BROADWAY, YANKTON, DAKOTA FLOUR AND FEED. Incorporated Jan'y I, 1875. I). T. IJKAMW.K, l'res't. \VM. MINKIt, Supt K. I,. VAN TASSEI., Sec'y. Excelsior Mill Co ANrK.M'Tt'llF.HS OF FLOUR, CORN HEAL, BRAN, SHORTS And ]V:i!rr« in all kinds of ush paid for Wheat, Corn, Oats, &c. Flour delivered in all parts of the elty free ol a Itsel charge. Call and see us. Our flour sptjiks (or "~eir CAPITAL STREET, Yankton Dakota CASH GROCERY. EAD THIS If you want Good Teas, If you want Pure Coffee, If you want Pure Spices, If you want Gtood Flour If you want 16 ozs. to the lb. If you want stand'rd Goods If you want full Measure If you want to Save From 80 to 40 per cent. And if you want to BUY FOR CASH Then Buy Your GROCERIES AT A. W. Lavender, Cash Store A THIRD HTRKirr—YAUKTOW. RAILROADS. CHICAGO NORTII-WESIERN XIA.XXWAY, Tin Grant Triinh Una frotn lti» Wmt Chirac* ami ll»o lCa»i. It l»lheold««l, ihor|e»t, wot ''ir.ci. nn« tn. ,,t comfortable 1"'I III«»r* -i' el ilcl...| |lh, .. can Uke. II l» the k" »'»l KniiuV-m l(uii»„ orgftiilxiitloii 1U tiie I nti'-ii :-l. lcn. It control* SIOO MILES OF RAILWAY rULf.MA"* IIOTKI. CAIW ttro run u|,„IO by It through hot wren COUNCIL BLUFFS & CHICAGO T?ri other ronrt rims Pnllm.M Cars, or miy other form of llotul C\MP«, through, HUTVVUOU MO MUaouri Hivor und PASSF.NOFits GOINO EAST should bear in inimi that ihia id the BEST ROUTEWCHICACO AND ALL rillNTS EAST. FA88coccr3 by this route have choice of FIVE DIFFERENT IIOUTK4 ami the advintiee of Eight Dully A'ulace Sleeping Care from CHICAGO to PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK, AND OTHER EASTERN POINTS. Insist tbat the Ticket Agent sellsyoa ticket! bj the North-Western Road. Examine yonr Tickets, und refuse tokuv If they do not read OTerthlsRoad. All Agents sell them kud Check usual Baggage Free by Ill's Luie. Thronnh Tickets Tia this Route to all Eastern Points can le procured at the Central Pacific Rail road Ticket Oilier, foot of Market Street, and at S New Montgomery Mroet, Sun Francisco, and at all Coupon Ticket Ofllcei* or Central Pacific, Union Pacific, and all Western Railroads. New York Of.l e. No. 416 Broadway. Boston Office. No. 6 State Street. Omaha Offlce, MB Fan ham Street, ban Francisco OlUce, S New Mont. oinery Street. Cli Vngo Ticket Offices: 68 Clark itrect, under Sherman Ilouso 7ft Canal, corner gomery I Street, Madison Street Kinzie Street Depot, corner West Kinzle and inal Streets Wells Street Depot, corner Weill aud Kimsie Streets. For rates or Information m-t attainable from your home ticket agent?, apply to MARTIN HI OHITT. W. II. STINXXTT, Uen'l M.iOK'r Chicrgo Gcn'l Pass. Ag't, Chicago Illinois Central Bailr'd Bhorleat aud Beat Rome to Chlfno. SiOUXClTY to CHICAGO Without Change of Carn! Commencing Dec. 6th, 1874, A Dully Express Paeeungor Train will Ieav Sioux CI17, Sunday" excepted, on the arrive) of train FROM YANKTON. An Uxpress Train leavts Sioux City at it:llip. m. arrives at Chicago at S:li p. m., twenty-live minutes car ter than the C. & N. W. K. H. Bleep ing cars run through from Newell to Chicago. Fare for sleeping car only (2.00 Passengers lea ving Chicago at 10 a. m., bound weat, arrive al Sioux City al 12, noon. An accommodation train will leave Slonz 1 'it dally, except Saturdays, at 5:30 p. m., connecting with through passenger trains at Kort Dodge. Passengers leaving Chicago at .20 p. m., arrive at Sionx City at 7.00 a. m. TrainB going east connect at Chicago with all trains for Detroit, Cleveland, Bufialo, Niagara Falls, Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash ington, New York, Boston and all parte of the East. This train connects at Waterloo with trains on the Cedar Falls and Minnesota Branch' leaving Waterloo at 12.20 a.m., and arriving avMonaat 6.2(1 a. m., connecting with Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad trains, aud arriving at St. Paul at S.&6 p. m., and Minneapolis at 8.80n. m. Connections are made at Vreeport with trains en the Illinois Central railroad main line, leaving Frceport at 0.4V p. m., arriving at Galesbnrg at 445 Peoriaopm Burlington at 7pm. "«ck Island at 0.30 Qutncy sty St Louis at 7.15 a.m, and Cairo at 4.15 a connecting a' Cairo with trains for Memphis, Nashville, Vlckr burg. Mobile. New Orleans, and All Parts of the Soutb Connections are also made at Frceport wnb Western Union trains, leaving Freeport at l.::u |i m, and arriving at ttacine at 6.55 and Mil waukeeat 7.25 pm. Conneatlons are also made at DubuQnctuS 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 Dubuque time, which Is twenty minutes faster thrn Siodx City. Jos. F. TCCKB«,Chicago, W. P. JOHMSON, Genvl Snpt. Ueneral Passenger Agent, Chicago. H. A. HAMILTON. Ajt't Sioux Cltv. lanaodAwlt Dakota Southern Railroad TIME TABLE, To lake cffect Wednesday, December 1,18.0 TAAIN8 MOVIJVO iTRAlUa MOTINO WEST. STATIONS. asT. PAflSWOMlfo.l FA8BinOEE t.O&D.m.LeftTele.t&IOUX CITY-. 12.10p.m. trr'u 1.40 ...McCOOK 11.26 3.03meet6 ..JEFFERSON.. 11.11 meet 6.... 3.01 DAVIS JDNOT'N 11.15 1.80 ..tELK POINT.. 10.4tipass4 ... 4.05 ...BVKBANK... 10.11 1.35 •tVEMULMON. 9.47 5.04 ...MBCKUNQ... 9.12 5.39 ..QAYVILLK... 8.48 5.50 ,*JAMES RIVER. 8.24 6.12 SHOPS 8.04 6.16 Arrive ...•YANKTON... S.OOa.ra.I.cavo 'Flag Stations. tTelegraph Statmns. CONNECTIONS. 1. At Sioux City with Illinois Cei..-al, Sioux City and Paeifleand Sionx Olty and St. l'aul Hal1 roads. 2 Passenger train going casl connects st DavM Junction with braaeli trains arriving at Port landvlllo at 12.19 p.IT.,and then connecting with Howard's stages for Virginia. Kden. Kstrvlcw. Bel,.11, Canton, Harrisburg. Flandrean, Llnwood. Rock Itaplda, Sioux Falls and all points on il" Big floux Klver, and from leaving Porllaniivill)' at 1.15 p.m.. connects al Davla Junction wlih train going west. 5. At4C)a Point with stages for Poics, Ntb. and Itichla d- D. T. 4. At Vermillion with stage* for Lodt. side, Turner, B1oomingdle and Flnlajr. 5. At Mcckllng with stages tot ttt.Jam«» t. Al Oajrvllle with stage* form. Helena. f. At Yankton wltfe *tams for all point* Tku it tlw only OirMt ftoyt* to eiMk Hltl#. 1 southern sail we*tsrn Dakota, sad North Nobis* ka: aad during the seasoe of navigation wii" MlMourl Hirer Transportation CompsaU't nf itnmm tor Raadsll, Rnile, Mwr*. Vnllr. Mica, Mamarck. Mevsnsua, •erihold- DnfoKt. Ctrrol and Benton: connecting st Pletre traasnortailoa wagmw tor ike Black III1U. oau wacaMtr. I V. Munwi. gn'l isfiriaM^l