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YANK^ Thursday, Evening February Ce?l?r-^ffis Bl^k,.,)etWeen 21, 1878 The Daily Press and Dakotaian IS 1'IMLISHKD EVHRY KVKMXti EXOKlTINtl SUNDAYS TBKM8 «r aUMOHIPTION Per Work, 25cts jyr Montli, 1 Per Year, $10 BroaIway and BOWEN & KINGSBURY. Publishers. Utah's United 8tjrtes marshal has resigned lie too has probably discovered that there is no profit in the office. The war in Cuba is over, the insurgent chiefs having agreed to the peacc conditions and retired to their homes. The senate, on Tuesday, passed the senate bill providing pensions for the survivors of the war of 1812. This bill restores the names of those stricken off the list for dis loyalty and it brought out a lengthy and somewhat heated debate. The postmaster-general has issued orders changing the department regulations so that superintendents of mails at all the larger postoffices shall be appointed by the local postmaster upon nomination by the general superintendent of the railway mail service, approved by the postmaster-general. A lively discussion occurred in the house on Tuesday upon the subject of Louisiana matters. Mr. Hale led off with an attack upon the politicians of Louisiana for their treachery towards the administration in pushing political prosecutions. Mr. Gar field closed the debate and in the course of his remarks said: The president has the support of the Re- ment- FOREIGN NOTES. London, Feb. 19.—The meeting of work men of London on the eastern question, which was fixed to take place at Islington, Thursday, has been abandoned. A telegram from Semlin reports that M. Ristics, Servian prime minister, has drawn up a memorandum to the czar claiming the whole of old Servia. The Servians are re solved not to evacuate conquered territory unless forcibl/expelled. It is stated that Russia has decided to add the Fashalic of Nish to Bulgaria. A collision between Ser via and Russia is therefore probable. Telegrams from Athens represent the Thessalonian insurrection increasing. They report that 6,000 Turks have been defeated near Valo with a loss of 600 killed, after desperate fighting. A Berlin correspondont states that the Russians are concentrating 300,000 men in Roumania. This occasions much comment in Austria. It is believed that Prince Gortschakoff has attached no unreasonable conditions to his assurance that the Russians will not oc cupy Gallipoli. A Vienna ."correspondent gays: A diffi culty has arisen relative to the date of the convocation of the congress. Prince Gort echakoff considers that a parliamentary treaty of peace should be first signed. Austria objects to Russia being able to pre sent a treaty as a fait accompli. Constantinople, Feb. 15.—It is understood that Server Pasha, minister of foreign affairs, has promised to formally and publicly disa vow the statement attributed to him that he particularly accused Layard of encouraging Turkey to fight on by promise of English support In default of such reparation Lay ard will demand that the Porte dismiss Server. A dispatch from Erzeroum, 10th inst., tays Russian troops are suffering from an epidemic disease and are short of pro visions. The negotiations for the surrender of Er zeroum are still proceeding and areexpected to conclude to-morrow meanwhile the Rus sian investment continues. Three tho isand families are now in Erzeroum in terrible distress. A famine is believed to be inevit able in the spring. The weather is still in tensely cold. St. Petersburg, Feb. 19.—The Agence Russe states that it is probable the meet ring of the powers will take the form of •we*. A Paris correspond—t to to tho Brit idi iroaclad* have^gooe to the Gnlfof Soros- uon should go, and those distrusted it were hourly increasing. The withdrawal of "provides that the eastern troops was a constitutional duty. He did terminus shall be on the^east bank of the not doubt that Packard was to-day fairly Mississippi river, not further north than and honestly the governor of Louisiana If MemDhis nor below Viekabnnr the president's commission to Louisiana had attempted to get the members of one legisla- .conference. The Turks are becoming monstrous crime of defeating the will of the tia1To^CalCit"nti,,regMd 16 neg°" Lavaella, Malta, Feb. 19—Her majesty's ironclad Devastation started for Besica to- markably severe, declaring that the O 1. OA crime can only be condoened when London, Feb. 580.—The Poet in its leader »he malefactors •!,» ._ --.relative to the possible advance of the Rus- ik, fraud Mans now effect to consider that the advance BADEN-BADEN. llileniro Inter-Ocean, The meeting at Badcn-Badea, it is stated, will bo a conference, not a congress. The t**in Congress in diplomacy is appliitd to an Ih.Tlfe? #f "?Terel*n,"* Mlbassrion of t»« Mtnest rank, convoked for the' purpose or concluding a general peace, or of treating of the general political interests of Europe, in other words a congress is a representative 9tate* or na ions, which may ad just differences and determine and enforce the rules of international law. The term congress is applied to meetings on the most important ooossions the term caaferenoe to such meetings as that at London In 1871 and at Constantinople in 1878. The meet ing ai Vienna in 1814 was a congress, as many ot the sovereigns were present, and all the states of Europe were represented. Thwneeiing at Paris in 1856 was a congress and all the great powers concerned were re presented by ambassadors, Englant} sending Lord Clarendon aiid Lord Cowley. The meeting at Baden-Baden will be only a con ference to consider the new condition of af fairs and their relations to the international law of Europe as declared by the congress of Paris, the last congress held in Europe. If the statement is correct that each nation will be represented by its minister of foreign af fairs, Russia will be represented by Gort schakoff, Germany by Bismarck, England by Derby, and Austria by Count Andrassy. SYNOPSIS OF LAST NIGHT'S REPORT REPORTS OP COMMITTEES. Washington, Feb. 2a—The house com mmittee on railways and canals to-day heard the closing argument on the bill providing for an appropriation of one million dollar to make a ship canal of the dismal swamp canal in Virginia and North Carolina. The house committee on military affairs to-day examined Adjutant General Towns end, regarding the reduction of the army. The sub-committee of Beven members, of the house committee on Pacific R. Rs. charged with the preliminary consideration of various measures respecting the south trans continental railroad communication, reP°rted publican party north in so far as they stitute for all pending bills, embodying all thought conciliation was reciprocated. They the main features of the bill introduced by S„nMtoJh.en?lTit0who to the Ml committee a sub- Mr. Stephens, in aid ofthe Texas Pacific No pr0T1810n The famine stricken condition of portions of China brings forward the suggestion that the victims of the calamity may turn their faces towards America and make a general advance npon our shores. Forty or fifty million more heathen Chinese would over run us. The London Times says upon this granted to the company, subject: We cannot doubt that if the Chinese have found their way to America from compara tively prosperous eastern provinces in thous ands, that they will pour forth in myriads from the famine stricken districts of the north as soon as the way is opened forthem. The Chinese ^difficulty may speedily be come a greater menace to the future of the United^States than the the negro difficulty was at its worst, for negro immigration was never voluntary and ceased with the aboli tion of the slave trade, while if the Chiaese tide once begins to flow in force it is diffi cult to see where and when it will stop. w*8«-made ture to join another, it was an im- from Fort Worth to San Diego. The gov proper inteference with local self-govern- eminent Is to guarantee the payment of five for anJ branches per cent, interest on tlie bonds to be issued, to an amount not exceeding $20,000 per mile, for 1,150 miles, and not exceeding $35,000 per mile for the remaining 250 miles of the road traversing the mountain ous country. The sub-committee make a provision that eighteen million acres of land in Arizona and New Mexico, heretofore shall revert to the United States, to be sold by the govern ment, half of the proceeds together with all the net earnings of the road and amounts earned for the government transportation of all descriptions, to be retained in the United States treasury for the payment of the inter est, and the creation of a sinking fund. The house committee on public lands has agreed to report favorably the bill forfeiting all grants to a number of railroads, whose agreements has not been fulfilled. If the bill parses, about one hundred million acres will be restored to the public domain. RESIGNATION. Southwick Guthrie, for fifteen years cash ier of the United States treasury, has re signed by request. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. Indianapolis, Feb. 20.—The democratic state convention met this morning. Ex Go v. Hendricks was chosen permanent chairman. The committee on resolutions reported a platform, which was unanimous ly adopted. It demands that national bank notes chall be replaced with an equal amount of government treasury notes, with a full legal tender quality favors making greenbacks a full legal tender for all debts, except where original contrast has been ex pressely provided for coin payment, the government has the exclusive prerogative to issue paper, as well as coin, and that such issue should be made as the business interests of the country de mand favors the taxation of U.S. notes, in common with all other money, deems^the syndicates to place our loans abroad, as inexpedient, and favors a legisla tion which shall distribute the debt among the people thus giving the masses a safe in vestment of their earnings also favors a leg islation to make the maximum rate of inter est six per cent demand the restoration of the 412J grains silver dollar, with a full legal tender quality, with unlimited coinage upon the same terms as gold is coined, and demand the immediate and unconditional repeal of the resumption act demand rigid public economy, and the reduction of offi cial salaries repeal the bankrupt law de plore the late contest between labor capital. Several clauses looking to the improve ment of the condition of the workingmen, was apart of the platform. It declares for public anti-sectarian schools declares that the circuit courts of the United States have claimed and exercised unjustly, privilege* over corporate and individual state rights opposes also legislation and subsidies de nounces the republican leaders, who through a A® venal returning boards committed the P^P1'. the late presidential election The re8oJati0M on pr**,dent1*1 chwr. ar« of our fleet turned their position. They are JjJ» •n® consigned to everlasting infamy apparently disposed ty Runlets we agree to jp. .. -against ourfurtberad vance. Such guaran- for atteaptingto interfere with tees wcwld'be foundin aBossian occupation of the returning beard for their crimesTaUo ofthe forts an the Bosphoraa or in a pro- requesting the states congreasmea to favor a wise of Wngland not to enter. the Black yjJ pensioning the war ret- ir position. They are er, and consigned to everlasting infcmy. VEGETINE. HER OWN WORDS. & BALTIMOBX, Bid., Feb. IS, 1877. MB. B. S.8TKVKNH Dear Sir:—Since several years I have got a sore and very painful foot. I had some physi cians, but tliey couldn't cure me. Now I liave lieaid of your Vegetlne from a lady who was sick for along time, and became all well from vmll VAMtlll* uitd I. -I.l KOl OI °!lii 1 went And bought nit* one Ule or^«Mtlne and after I had used one tains lelt mo, aud it in^ai :r: n,'» «iiu uou itsvu wnu bottle, the pains lett me, aud it began to heal, and then tKiught one other bottle, and so I take it yet. I tuaiik God for this remedy and ind wishing every snf it. It Is blessing to- 1 ye.. yonnetf and wish! attention to Mas. KKABE, U38 West Bait VEGETINE SAFE AM) SURE.' MB. II. R. STKVKNS In 1872 your Ventlue was recommended to ic, and, yieUllnglo the persuasions of a friend, I consented to try it. At the time I was suffer^ ing from general debility and nervous prostra tion.superinduced by overwork and Irregular liablts. Its wonderful strengthening and cura tlvoproperties seemed to affect my debilitated ostein iroin the first dose and under its ner Jstent use I rapidly recovered, gaining mora than usual health and good feeling. Sineo then I have not hesitated to give Vegethie my most -'iflod indorsement, as belli" ..werfui agent in pror"'™ storing the wasted system ... i.« my most iinnualifled indorsement, as being a safe, sure and powerful agent in promoting health and re storing the wasted system to new life and cn ergv. \rK*tlnc is the only medicine I use and as long us I live 1 never expect to find a bet ter. ours truly, w- THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE. CLIAHLKSTOWN. H. IS. STKVKNS Dear Sir:-This is to certify that I have used your Blood Preparation In mv famil for sev eral years, and think that for Scrofula or Cank erous Humors or Kheumatic affections it cannot be excelled and as a blood puriiler and spring medicine it is the best thins I have ever used! and I have used almost everything. I can cheer fully recommend it to any one in need of such a medicine. \ours respectfully, MBS. A. A. DINSMORB, lukussell Street. VEGETINE. H. R. WHAT IS NEEDE0. BOSTON, Feb. IS, 1871. STEVKNS, ESQ. Dear Sir:—About one year since I found my self in a feeble condition from general debilltv. «etlrie was strongly recommended to me liy a friend who had been much benefited by its use. I procured the article, and. after using several bottles, was restored to health, and dis continued Its use. I feel quite confident that there is no medicine superior to it for those com plaiuts for which it is especially prepared, and would cheerfully recommend It to those who feel that they need something to restore them to perfect health. Respectfully yours, U. L. PETTENGILI., Finn of S. M. I'ettengiU & Co., No 10 State St., Boston. VEGETINE. ALL HAVE OBTAINED RELIEF. SOUTH BKBWICK, Me., Jan. 17,1872. H. R.STEVENS: Dear Sir:--I have had dyspepsia in its worst formfor the last ten years, and have token hun dreds ot dollars' worth of medicines without ob taining any relief. In September last I com menced taking the Vegetlne, since which time mp health has steadily improved. My food di gests well, and I have gained fifteen pounds of lesli. There are several others in tills place VEGETINE Prepared by H. R. STEVENS, Boston, Mass Vegetine is Sold by All Druggists INSURANCE. Statement of the Condition OK THK United States Branch OF THK Northern Assurance Co. On tho 31st day of December, 1877. The name of the company is Kerthern Assu rance Company. It is located in London^ England. The amount of its capital stock is ftlS.ooo,000.00. amount of its capital stock paid up is .*760, The Asset* of tk* Company ofthe United States Branch are aa Follows Cash on. hand and in the hands ol agents or other persons.. $ 27,474 22 Bonds owned by the company, to wit: A PA" moJjf¥e8,,°' AU point are re- drlwn from real P®w- to occapj Gallipoii They denounce the president for appointing company duly authorized to transact the buM Fetorato*i»o«dto lucrative position. vance. Such guaran- for atteasptinc to interfere with the nmmm. olr appointed. Jolui G. Bharklla, of Vanderborg ooanty was nominated for secretary of state. estate, unincumbered and worth double tlie amount for which the same mortgaged and he is the above described olllcer ol said insurance company. DAN'L C. OSMAN, Attorney, Resident Manager. Subscribed and sworn before me, this 6th dav of February. 1878, as witness my hand aud oA cial seal. T8®*1 CllABLEH NETTLRT(»X, Commissioner for Dakota in New York. TUB TCBBITORY OF DAKOTA, I Auditor's Office. Whereas, The D. 8. Branch of the Northern Assurance Company, located in the city of Lon don, England, lias Wed in this offlce a swoni statement of Its condition on the 81st day of ]^eMmtrer,_ A. p. I877t In accordance with the wEereasj On examination ofTlie 'sworn state inent of said company filed In thli office, I find that the said Insurance company Is possessed of the necessary amount of capital invested as re quired by law. Te^t^MyBand,that 0^ Therefore I. John S. Auditor of Dakota Territory, do hereby certify said Insurance mmnanv IM slolt/ .1. FLOUR AND FEED. W A Burleigh Jr. Flour, AltWIBtdmiaf Grain, remedy snfieiwr may pay health. Ittinore Street. Cl'ARK, 120 Monterey Street, Allegheny, IVnn. VEGETINE 8TAPLE VAL. H- 3. Reg. Bonds 1806, 5-20.. .*155,000 U. S. Funded Loan 1881, reg'd 22a000 U. S. 10-40 reg'd 1864 60,000 U. S. Funded Loan 1881, reg'd 84,000 159,202 50 237,01)3 75 63,900 00 86,MO 09 $524,000 Total Assets $614,670 47 MAMMTK8. Amounts due or not due to banks or other creditors 74015 Losses unadjusted 7330 go Losses in suspense waiting for fur ther proof 11054 Total Liabilities 920,12781 The greatest amount Insured in any one risk 4000000 The greatest amount allowed to be insured in any one block 150,000 00 STATS OF NEW YOHK, 1 County ot New York. Daniel C.Osman, Attorney, Besident Manager of the Northern Assurance Company, London, KnglMid, being duly sworn, deposes and says, that the foregoing Is a full, true and correct statement of tfie atfalrs of saidcSmpanyTthSrufe said insurance coLipany is the bona fide owner of at least one hundred theusand dollars, of act "ash capital, Invested in the state and United States stocks and l?onds, or in bonds and K. T. W1IITB. Agent. In testtaonir wbenof, I have hmnnto set mr hand and war this ltth day of FeSruary, A. O 1178. l»eal.J JOHNS SAND. Auditor, By L. M. huir. Deputy. K.T. WHITKf Agent. -Ti-t-'irffurii'•ono'ViiMi.ii'Wi n,i Provisionp, and Live 8took Burleigh's Block, Broadway, (lletween sd & Streets.) :V (•oods delivered to all parts of the city free of charge. Special Attention to Outside Orders STAGES Yankton & Sioux Falls DAILY STAGE. U. S. Mail and Express Route DEMING 6 SHURTLEFF, Props. The Shortest, Boot and CheapeatLiae to SIOUX FALLS. Stages leave Yankton and Sioux Falls every inoniing, (Sundays excepted) aud run through in twelve liours. YANKTON OFFICE AT MERCHANTS HOTEL, DBBONO & SHUBTLB^T GROCERIES. Blatt & Buerdorf Wholesale and Retail DKAI.P.RH IX AND FANCY O E I E S BROADWAY. YANKTON, DAKOTA JEWELRY. P. A. PETERSON JEWELER, At Coates' Drug Store, Third-St, YANKTON, D. T. A full line ot Wateheg, Clocks and Jewelry of the finest and best patterns constantly on hand. repairing done under the personal supervision of Mr. Peterson, who has given 35 years to the business. DAKOTA HOUSE, (Ponnsu ADELTRI) Central Botel of the City WINES AND LIQUORS. Adler & Ohlman i" FuportPi's Kiut hrtlen III KENTUCKY WHISKIES h0Urt3t)M)i|, MitT. BRANDIES, GIN, ALCOHOL FOITKION AND UOMKHTLR Wines, Cigars and Tobacoos BROADWAY, YANKTON, DAKOTA FLOUR AND FEED. Incorporated Jan'y I, 1875. D. T. lUtA.MIIl.R, I'res't, WM. MINKR, Supt K. 1.. VAN TASSK1., Set-'y. Excelsior Mill Co MANRKAFTUKRITM OF FLOUR, CORN HEAL, lUelif! BRAN, SHORTS And Dealers in all kinds of Feed. Cash paid for Wheat, Corn, Oats, &c. delivered In all parts of the city free ot an 868 market MnlM. ,l!l' ®,lr "our "l'( 'or CAPITAL STREET, Yankton Dakota Grain Wanted IX RXr.HA.VOB roil A TEAM OF GOOD FARM HORSES, A NEARLY New 31-4 M1LBURN WAGON, And a Set of Double Harness, .. fcpwilty. Or wtn sua Um W mm Cmm of Thivd A Capital Streets, M. D. LUVOO. RAILROADS CHICAGO NORTH-WESTERN »AIflVAV, The Great Trunk LINO fron, I|,_ ,Y. Chicago DUCT M* ,. N "MI I0 It l« tho oldr»l, shorte*!, in-»i ,i|n cotnforUblo mul 111 evorjr .n n„. i„„, ."'"'-MI can lake. It la llio gii nti-nt nml ruhUc»i orgaulitatlon in tlm I mtvil M«UK I. eontroln o«n. SIOO MI^BS OP RAILWAY PULLMAN IIOTKI. O.LLTH AM by It throhjtli »'"•». council* BLurrg a chica^ No other rosd runs Tiilini.ti Hotel other form of liotul c«r«. through, boiu',..?.r IUMOIVI Stvertud t.'hKvgUv $ *e" PASSKNOERS GOING EAST sbouMW In wind tbat this is ibc BEST ROUTBWCHICACO M«i vtt, tv «aoi, AND ALL POINTS EAST. enzers br this route btve choice of Flvr KRKNT ROCTKS and the advsntLc „f Dally Lines i'ulaca Bleeping il'ar. Psssenfi DIFFKfl SlKht ltally from C11ICAUO to PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK, AND OTHER EASTERN POINTS. Insist that the Ticket Agent sells you tickets by the North-Western Itoad. Examine your Ticket) and refuse to buy If they do not read over this Road' All Agents pell tlii'in ktid Check usual liaceasil Free by tli's Line. Through Tickets via this Route to all Eastern Points can be procured at tlie Central Pacific Kail road Ticket OAlcr, foot of Murket Street, and at New Montgomery titrcet, San Francisco, and at all Coupon Ticket OfHccs ot Central Pacific, Union Pacific, and uli Western Uai'roails. New York Oftl.c, No. 413 Broadway. BoitoD Offlce, No. 6 State Street. Omaha Office, 245 Fara. bam Street San Kruucisco Office, New Host, gomeiy Street. Chicago Ticket Ofllcea Gi Clark Street, under Sherman House 75 Canal, corner Madison Street Kinzle Street Dep Kinzie and Cmal Streets Weill corner Wells aud Kinzle Streets. Depot, corner Weit R'ells Street Depot, For rates or Information I attainable from your home ticket agents, apply to )Ui»vnt UroniTT, W. n. BTKIKRT, Gen'l Mang'r Chicago Oen'l Pasa. Ag't, C'talufo Illinois Central Railr'd Bbortcat Bad Best Route «o cblrago. SIOUXCITT to CHICAGO Without Change of Cars! Commenetng Dec. 6th, 1874, A Daily Express Passenger Train will lean: Slouz City, Sundays excepted, on the arrlviUt train FROM YANKTON. Ail Express Train leaves Sioux City at 2:lS|j. in. arrives at Chicago at 8:li p. m., twenty live minutes ear.ler than the C. A N. W. H. it. Slee|». Ing cars run through from Ncwall to Chicago. Fare for sleeping car only (3.00 Passeugers ka vlng Chicago at 10 a. m., bound west, arrive at Sioux City at 12, noon. An accommodation train will leave Sioux it dally, except Saturdays, at 5:30 p. m., connecting with through passenger trains at Fort Dodge. Passengers leaving Chicago at .10 p. m.. arrive at Sioux City at 7.00 a. m. Trains going east connect at Chicago with all trains for Detroit, Cleveland, Buflalo, Niagara Falls, Plttsborg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash ington, New Verk, Boston and all parte of the East. This train connects at Waterloo with trains on tho Cedar Falls and Minneaota Brantb leaving Waterloo at 12JO a.m., and arriving av lions at 6.10 a.m., connecting with Milwaukee A St. Paul railroad trains, aud arriving at St. Paul at 6.561'. m., and Minneapolis at 8.80p.m. Connections are made at Free port with train: en the Illinois Central railroad main line, leaving Freeport at 9,47 p. m., arriving at Qalesburg at 445 pm Peoria up Burlington at 7 °.ock Island at 6.SO Qutncy at$.Sf StLouia at 7.16 %m, and Cairo at 4.16 am connecting at Cairo with trains for Memphis, Nashville, Vtckf) burg. Mobile. New Orleans, and All Parts of tbe Soutb Connections are also made at Freeport witb Western Union trains, leaving freeport at l.m m, and arriving at Itacine at 6.66 and Mil wankeeat 7.16 m. Conneatlons are also made at Dubuque to S Louis, Cairo, and all points sooth. Baggage Checked Through To all Important pelnta. For through tickets and information appl the Illinois Central depot. Trains ran by Dubuque time, which Is twenty minutes faster thrn SioAx City. W. P. JOHXeOH Jos. F. Tvcua.Chtcago. Henl flupt. S IIHUaWHl General Passenger Agent, Chicago. A. Baantoa.ACT Sioux Cltv. lanS0 Utwl( Dakota Southern Railroad TIME TABLE, To take effect Wednesday, December 1,18^C TRAINS MOTIXO WKlt. PA88IVBUVI.1 TRAINS XOViNt* BA»T. STATIONS. t.OSp.m. Leave 1.40 S.03meet8 6.01 1.S0 4.06 4.36 5.04 5.89 6.50 8.12 8.16 Arrive ..tBIOVX CITY-. ....McCOOE ..JEFFERSON.. DAVIS JUNUT'N ..tKLK POINT.. ...BOKBANK... •tVBRMILLION. ...MDCELINO... ...OAYV1LLB... •JAMES RIVER. .10p.m. Arr" i. 8 6 .lSmcetn .15 ,4Apass4 .11 .47 .11 .48 .24 .04 .OOa.m.Lcavc SHOPS ...•YANKTON... •FlaaStations. •Telegraph Slati^ns CONNECTIONS. 1. At Sloux City with Illinois Ceu.-sl- ."'"J? City and Pacific and Sioux City and St. l'anl IUW roads. 8 Passenger train going east connects at Ds*l» Junction with branch trains arriving st I"'' lanavlllo at 12.1Vp.n.,and then eonneeilng T. At Yaaklan wttb stages ».T. "J'" Howard's stages tor Virginia. Eden, »f»lrJrV Beleltl Canton, Harnaburg, Flandreau. I.l"w00. Rock Kaplds, Sioux Falls and all points Big Sioux River, and from leaving F»r,.lM,dIi,i, at I.XS p. m.. connects at Datls Junction Nct train going west. t. At Bin Point with stages tor tea, and Blckla d. I. T. IllT 4. At Vermillion with stages for l^dl. 111 •Me, TWur, Bloeeslagdale and Ftnlay 8. At MediJIag wit* stages for »t Ja»es «. Alfcyvlllewlth stuee tor St. fifS eteaisw tor HaauUll. Brsle, m, lit nut* iM W