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(t Winnebago Jane was a conspicuous mem ber of the squad of hideous a «fef»U» gnu art filuUiuL. «K«!U#Httl_ YANKTON, DAKOTA jb*' Qma M,md 0,1 Christiana Petersen, a Russian woman. Since the 15th inst,,one letter per day has been mailed at Deadwood to a gentleman in this city and not one of them has been received. They are letters which certain The general meeting in the Reform Club hall last evening was well attended. Seven or eight persons signed the pledge. Inter feating addresses were delivered by Rev. Wakefield, Phil K. Faulk, James S. Foster, John M. Fogerty and Dr. J. B. Van Velsor A regular meeting of the club will be held in the hall this evening. The Merchants hotel bus has appeared in '!itd new dress, and is a handsome looking ve hicle. The delicate shades and tints intro *. duced by the artist harmonize perfectly with the complexion of Stag, the driver, and the beauty of both bus and jehu are thereby set forth in a most pleasing combination. 1 urrff. LOCALLACOMCS. Next Thursday ia decoration dtyi The Yankton Turn Society ia preparing Ut give a ball ontfarlOth pt June. Judge Bennett la getting ready 'to leare •gain for the Hilla and ma/ go to-morrowt SmXL**** t^fr%J^ptTT!i *l iahed. Tune yaurpianos now! The spring ia the beat time. Jfajfo the piano tuner ia to Jwfound at the Jeocka! liie Hutter Brotherhood Society of Bon 1 liberal in their views,' or are more given to Homme talk of building a distillery for the I indulge in the theological (peculation from manufacture of their own whisky. the Mlpit than some other*, aa ia known An insurance agent and a meat merchant, I by all who have observed their ministry, both.of Yankton,engaged in a little pngil-1 true. But that either of these upn, and es iatic exerciae on Third street, this'morning. I peciallr the lait—belong to that class of Bishop Dube, of Cleveland, preached to a public teachers of which O. B. Frothing crowded JkwmattheCeogregatioyd church I ham and Bobt. Collier are representative^ lart night.- His «ddreaa is highly commend- I that they accept the rationalistic and semi' •d by intelligent people. .1 infidel views of these men, much less by The indications of the weather for the I any word or act associate themselves with upper Missiaaippi and lower Mimouri valleys I them in their mad and profane attack upon are, rising barometer, cooler, northerly I the Bible and the cardinal truths of the winds clear or partly cloudy weather. I christian religion is by no means true, George Zeir was arrested yesterday for an I nor would it be necessary for me to state assault and battery committed upon Edward I this, so well ii it known by all who know Stocknell. A settlement of the case was et. I these men, nor should I take the pains to fected before Justice White this morning at I do *°i were it not so plainly the tendency! ten o'clock. if the aim of that statement to create a false Justice, Roberta, on Saturday last, required impression. The words Utuversalism, Uni Patrick Coyne to furnish bonds in the sum I tarianism and even Liberalism—though of fifty dollars, to await the action of the grand jury, for an assault with a gun upon I#f red tramps who made portion of Our Sabbath. She went around to see all the old Sioux City boys, and wasn't at all abashed by a failure on tlieir part to recognize her. W. J. has none of the modesty peculiar to her sex. Commodore Coulson has finally concluded his arrangements for the erection of a pri vate dwelling house. The contract tor the building, which will be of brick, has been given to Messrs. Fiye& Moulton, and mason, brick work and plastering to Mr. John F. MacNamara, builder. Mr. A. Ei Cobby is the architect. The work will be proceeded with immediately. The dedication of Zion church yesterday by Bishop Dube, was attended by all the building could contain. The bishop preached in German. The handaome little house of worship, just completed, has been built moat lv by outaide capital, the pastor, Rev. E. J. Hielscher, throwing all hia energies into the achievement of a plan by which the Evan gelical Germans of Yankton are given a church building. It is an ornament to the city and a credit to the society. The Iriah citizens and others of the Welch settlement, will have a big temperance meet ing at McCabe's school liouae,. on Sunday, June 9, 1878. Speakers will be present and addresa the meeting, and it ia expected that the roll of honor will be enlarged.. Speak ers—Major Harry MacNamara, Doctor J. B. Van Velsor, Thoe. Stewart, Phil K. Faulk, J. M. Fogerty, president Yankton Reform Club, and J. H. Casaidy. Some thievish individual, who needs tobe rigorously disciplined by the good men who go forth to purify the Indian aervice, stole a rifle from Young-Man-With-Hia Back-Up, a member of the aborigines party which held high carnival on the streets yeaterday. While the feative led man was tripping the light fantastic in the dust of Douglas street, the rifle disappeared from the saddle of his j»ny. The aid of the police was invoked, but the city guardiana 'didn't seem to be much interesied in the cue, and the Indian went off without hia shooting iron. Rev. Mr. Thorny the new paator of Unity church, arrived Saturday night and preached yeaterday morning and evening at the court houee. A favorable Impreeaion ia created by this gentleman's first appearance in our city. Though under the fatigue of along journey, and not prepared with a studied sermon, be gave an entertaining off hand talk which Indicated the reeourcea of a mind well stored, and an intellect of strength sufficient to gnppl* successfully with the questions of the day. Mr. Thome has been for feme yean enpged In literary work in the east. He we* originally a PrsAyterian ctatrman, bat has becemo libenlized. Unity church cannot but prosper under his ministrations. Eiaeman A Co. are now receiving the flnwt liip of dry goods ever brnuffct to-tbe City. ruin ito.H(iktW MUMM*it* CwfNllwik'• Jftm and Matotaian^ Tkenb^ititeiint io «u i«litolF|i lay" which doe* great Injustice'to tome good people who at* not Ihira to iefradthem •elres and which ia «o well ctdculiled create a fait* impieaaion in the mind* •ome of rour maiyr. readers, that I cannot permit-it to pan unchallenged. It occurs in your notice ef the re opening: of Unit/ church and ia to the effect that the (ao called) liberal movement include* mem I l^wchii I a^e), and I ia aueputod bf anch man aa Profe«or Swiitf iidDf« Thomas. Of Prot Sviot I wha had one of his legs bro- (can apeak only from mj bajwetaion ef feia ken aboot two udntha »goi ia able to 'be I eermona apd tuck of hia writing! aa have around again. fellen under my notice. But of Dr. Thomas^ Next Saturday will be' the first day of I whom I know personally and with whoae rammer, and winter ateffea are not yet abel-1 ministry and standing in his church I am familiar, I may speak authoritatively. That Prof. Swing and Dr. Thomaa are— among their kind—their kind being the or thodox christian ministry of our land, more d°ubt and uncertainty are the main features tha 1 clique in Deadwood might have an interest ifinthis use they are coupled with the names in surpressing. Where is the Hammond of the postofflce department theories they represent—are yet pos- sessed of a sufficiently distinctive meaning to enable people to know what is meant by them when fairly and properly used. But such is their tendency to vagueness and un certainty that unless so used, and especially of prominent orthodox ministers whom the people are wont to follow, or are connecte I with such general statements as "includes members of all sects," they, are certain to leave many people in doubt as to what their meaning is if not to wholly mislead and confound. Trusting that such was not the intentioB of tha i*. author of that statement, and believing that he wants his cause to stand on its own merits, I beg leave to sug gest that the liberal movement of which Mr. Frotlingham is the representative is not a movement of generous minds within the church away from the rigidness of hy perorthodoxy, but is the sane old influence that has antagonized the gospel from the days of the Sjducees to the present, xnd which has been variously knoan as athe ism, infidelity, rationalism tnd liberal Christianity, and that such liberal movement does not include members of all sects, and is. not supported by Prof. Swing and Dr. Thomas, nor-by any other ministers in any of the orthodox churches of the land. J. A. POTTER. Milwaukee Bode Beer at Geo. Brown's on Saturday, June 1st, in connection with the usual refreshments. NINTH ANNUAL GRAND OPENING of H. A. Schorregge's Ice Cream Parlors. Ice cream and strawberries, 10 cents a dish. The patronage of the citizens of Yankton respectfully solicited. Wall paper, a fresh, stock, embracing all styles and prices,'at Mills A Pnrdy's. Oiled curtains and curtain fixtures of all stylei, at Mills& Purdj's.. Late styles of Hats at I. Pilee & Cos- Ready made clothing in endless variety at-jCfeas. Eiaeman & Ca'e, Broad way J® i~ Get your, spring suits made to'order at Chas. Eiseman ft Co.'s, Broadwoy—a' per fect fldg srapeed. A full line of ladles' ready made suits at Eiaeman & Co.'s, from $1 upwards. The largest assortment of pocket cutlery west of Chicago, at Mills & Purdy's. Full line of Ladies! Fine Shoes just re ceived at I. Pilee & Co- A. BEHtBKilLB BESIt'LT. It- makes no difference 'how/many Physicians, or how much medicine, yon have tried, it is now an established fact that German Syrup is the only remedy which has given complete satisfaction in severe cases of Lung Diseases. It is true tnere are yet thousands of persons who are predisposed to Throat and Lung Affections, Consumption, Hemorrhages Asthma, Severe Colds settled on the Breast, Pneumonia, Whooping Cough, &c., who have no personal knowledge of Boschee's German Syrup. To such we would say that 50,000 dozen were sold last year without one complaint. Con sumptives try just one bottle. Regular size 75 cents. Sold by all Druggists in America. 'Bold by Hill* & Purdy Philip Beat's Milwaukee Beer on draught at Frank Schepperhcyn'e, at five cents a glass. Gents' furnishing goods at the New York Store. •, TURN SOCIETY BALL The Yankton Turn Society will give a public ball at Stone's hall on the evening of the 10th of June. Muaic by the Niobrara atring band. Old papera for sale at thla oflfce. ffv! y, of Niobrara, was in town overBdnday.' Gov. Burbank is expeded in from the east to-morrow ntiM. P^tmMtefMcAaleyf'of Springfield, ... Mi*. Xewia Tyler returned Saturday night from a vlait at die east. E. D. Paokard, formerly a Yanktonian, spenf yestarday in Yankton. R. W. W. Hale will find a letter by ap plying at the Yanltton.poatoffice. Capt. W. S. liyons and wife took the over land route to Sioux Falls yesterday. Robert Coy went on an exploring expedi tion through eastern counties this morning. Charley Burdick arrived' Mt night from Crow Creek agency, where~he left his father in charge of Hudson's property. Hon. W. E. Caton, trader at Cheyenne agency, arrived Saturday nfght from the east, and will leave for the agency on the first boat. D. P. Putnam came up from Elk Point Saturday night, and will go to Cheyenne agency, where he will assist Mr. Caton, the new trader. John J. Thompson and George Bronson started this afternon'for Finlay, with 7,865 pounds of merchandise for Mr. Gilbert,^of that place. E. H. Van Antwerp left for Bon Homme county this forenoon to look over th« ground for the proposed extension of the Dakota Southern railroad. Geo. E. Vernon, Jr., a former resident of Yankton, returneil Saturday evening from Newport, Rhode Island, to find Yankton greatly improved during his five years ab sence. George Briggs received a telegram from St. Paul yesterday informing him that his brother was liable to die. He left this morn ing for St. Paul, and will probably not re turn to Yankton. Mrs. Wm. Csrney, who has been visiting her relatives here for a few weeka past, left this morning for her home in Maine. Mrs. J. W. C. Morrison and Mi*. O. H. Carney accompanied her as far as Sioux City. S. A. Bentley, a former Yankton attorney, is now practicing law in Weatherford, Tex In a recent letter he uses the following comparison, to-wit: Dakota, except in climate, is as far ahead of Texas as heaven is ahead ot hell." Joseph Eminerson contemplates another trip to the east, this time for the purpose of disposing of a tract of Illinois land which a railroad company is desirous of purchasing. Mr. Emmtrson will doubtless invest the pro ceeds in Dakota property. Thomas Wetherell, trader at Lower Brule, arrived from the east Saturday night, and left thin morning for the agency. He bad been trading since last fall wi'hout a license, and went to Washington to procure that long delayed doc.meet. By the assistance of Senator Ftrrv, lie succeeded. The celebrated Singer Machine at the New York ptore, L. Hoffman, agent. GroeerUs—A complete assortment, and at prices beyond competition. R. A. KKTCHUM. One dollar.will buv a lady's ready made suit, complete, at Eiseman & Co.'s, Broad way. Milwaukee ueeron draught itGeo Brown's at five cents a glass. Don't forget the large stock of Crockery now arriving at A. KETCHUM'S. IN THE WHOLE HISTORY OF MEDICINE. No preparation has ever performed such marvellous cures, or maintained so wide a reputation as Ayer's Ciierhy Pecti.ral, which is rccognized as the world's remedy for all diseases of the throat and lungs. Its long continued series of wonderful cures in all climates has made' it universally known as a safe and relia ble agent to employ. Against ordinary colds, which aro the fore runners of more serious disorder,it acts speedily and surely always relieving suffering, and often sav ing life. The protection it affords, by its timely use in the throat and lung disor ders of children, makes it an invaluable remedy to be kept always on hand in every home. No person can afford to be without it, and those who have once used it never will. From their knowledge of hs composition and effects, Pbysicans use the Cherry Pectoral extensively in their practice, aad Clergymen recommend it. It is sbsolutely certain in its reme dial effects, and will always cure where cures are possible. FOR BALE BY AT.L DEALERS. Special bargains in Men's and Boys' Wool and Fur Hats at R. A. Ketchum'b Boots and Shoes—A large stock. I am selling them 25 per cent lower than any house in the city. R. A. Ketchum. Eiseman & Co. have the nlceat goods and the lowest prices ever before offered to the people of Yankton. Call and convince yourself. Dr. H. D. Dodge, aenusi, Dewitt's block Yankton. Carpets—Choica styles in Tapestry Brus sels and Ingrains, just received and offered at very low price*. R. A. KETCHUM. ROASTED COFFEE If there is any luxury more generally appreciated than another,it ia good cof fee. Few persona can roast coffee well, and to meet this wantMessra. Bell, Con rad & Co., Chicago, have imported and rosted a coffee called AHKORIA, which is the nearest approach to Java of any heretofore offered to consumers. It is not glazed is brittle, and will grind easily. Your grocer baa the goods for sale, as also the famona PEERLESS BAK1KO POWBM, made by the same Arm. Ask him for them and obtain the beat goods in the world. 1*1- lift# ... INDIAN VtSITOflS. Two hundred Winnebago and Omaha Io dises, from the 'reservation below Sioux City, arrived Saturday night on their wsy to tho Sanlee, 8po't?d Tall hnd Ysnklon reservations, where they will cat stewed dog, attend balls and other social entertain ments, buy ponies and act aa much like wild men as their civilization will permit. On Saturday night their camp was the acene of Indian gaiety. Tbey danced and howled, beat their tom-toma an if paaaed around the hat as long aa any white specta tor remained. Yeaterday morning they etarted on their journey but halted a few hours on Douglas street, where they Indulg' ed in dancing so long as the dimea and nickles were, forthcoming. These Indisns make a practice of visiting the upper camps every spring, though they do not usually appear In so large a body. Compared with the Bloux they are an inferior lot, civillza tlon having made sad inroads upon their original beaut v. Tbey give out that they are going to the upper camps tojoinina aun dance, but tbey don't look aa though they .were constitutionally given to any each ordeal aa thla barbaroua Indian featl val contemplates. Their squawa and chil dren accompany them. Fleiachmau'a A Co.'s compressed yeast for -sale at Schorregge's. E I E The steamers Kate Kinney and R. W. Dugan, both belonging to Capt. Joe Kinney, are to form an independent freight and pas senger line on the lower Missouri. The river is falling, having receded about twelve inches since Saturday. A bar ia pforming again off the upper warehouse and the channel is leaving the Dakota side. The steamer Fontenelle, Capt. Clark, ar rived this afternoon from below on her way to Benton with a cargo of oats and miscel laneous merchandise. She took on fifty tons of Indian freight at Yankton. Omaha Bee: The time for the annual June rise of the Missouri river is near at Mhnd, but little fear is entertained by the Union Pacific for the safety of the shops, as the. rip-rap is reported as being sufficient protection. A MANIFEST ABSURDITY. It is manifestly absurd to claim for a mere stimulant, tonic ami alterative properties. Yet tfiis is what is daily done by lie vendors of cheap local bitters, colored to make them look attrac tive, and am'eealily flavored, but tlie alcoholic basis ot which is of the vilest and most hurtful description. The transcendent success of Hos tetter's Stomach Bitters, the leading alterative tonic of the United States, has induced many of these compoiuidars.ot drains in disguise, to at tempt the counterfeiting of this standard medi cine, but their efforts have never proved success ful on a large scale, and they have themselves in many instances notoriously "come to grief," through the instrumentality of the law. The genuine Bitters liave, ljulet d, a spirituous basis, but they are em hatii'all.v a medicine, since their botanic ingredients are signally efll caciousln overcoming and preventing ehllls and fever, dyspepsia, -liver complaint, constipation, and many other disorders. £t)KUil flotirrs. FOR SALE House, and lot 22x 150 feet, en liroadway, foi SG30. Perfect title given. F. Wjxson FOR SALE. The property on the corner of Second and Walnut streets, known as the White Estate." For further particulars, inquire of GF.O. H. HAXH. WAVrED. A second-hand farm wagon. Will either pnr clia.se or hire till November first. Address, with terms. A. K. C. 1'ress and Dakotaian otllce. MILLER WASTED. A good miller, speaking the C.erman language, can Hud employment by inquiring of J.I2WIH K. .lON'Efl, St James, Neb. HOUSE FOR RENT. A dwelling house, on Sixth street, containing six rooms, for rent. Possession given .Julie 1st 1878. flood well and cistern on premises. For terms. &c.. inquire of E. I.. Fi-ktchkh, Capital Market. FOR SALE—THE YAMiTO.N IRON WORKS. Wishing to retire from the business, we otfer to sell out, if a reasonable price Is offered, 'litis is an excellent opportunity for any one who has the means to hack it up. Satisfactory reasons given for wishing to sell. For further particulars, en quire on the premises, or by letter to liox 428. Yankton, I). T. .7. & J. Cami-iiki.i. PROPOSALS. OrPICK Pt'IlCHASUfO AMD DKFOT C. S., 1 RoomlS, Headquarters Building, J Corn$r Fourth ana Wabasha Streeti. SEALED St. Paul, MIiiil,May 21,1R71 PKOPOSALS, III duplicate, will be received by the undersigned at this oftlee, un til 11 o'clock a. in., Thursday, June 13, 18T8, for the delivery of the following numbers (more or less) of heifera, and cows, viz: Two hundred (200) head at Yankton, D. T. These cattle must not be lees than two nor more than four years old, and of American stock, sound, healthy, and well formed animals of average size. All classes of Wild Cattle, including "Chero kee" and "Texas1' wilt be rejected.- Cattle to be received subject to rigid inspection, by an officer of the army, or such other person as may be designated for the purpose. Proposals will also be received for any number less than the whale specified. Delivery to be completed by August 1st, 187B. Prompt payment may be expected. E. B. GIBUS, A. D. C. ESTABT1T8HED 1869!! Ice Delivery. FRED SCHNAUBER, PROPRIETOR. l-eave orders at C. J. Radish's Drug Store, or at the Court House. AAA a week in your own town. *A Oatnt VRR free. No rink. Header. It roo want IDUU a bushiest at which person• of either tea eaa aiak* crest My all Urn time they work, write for part Milan Co., Portland, Main*. iiftio-vkiNA. vriv.-/ to H. Haluttt 3™*^ mmmmwm »_V r1* Walter H. Carx, Wholesale And Retail Dealer In FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FINE CONFECTIONERIES, FANCY GtROCERIES, VEGETABLES, &c., &c., THIRD STREET, YANKTON, DAKOTA Orders by Mail Promptly Altemled to. J. E. BRUCE & CO., Wholesale and Keiall Beitlers in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS. Wines, Liquors & Cigars. Stone's Block, 0pp. Jencks Hotel, (-APITAL-ST., Yankton. ... Dakota. -'iW'F.f*srr r\ BLUE FUNNEL W Middlesex^Suits. Have been Placed in Stock "And will "be Sold Cheap. —ORDERS TAKEN FOR' Wilson Bros, ffhile anil Fancy Shirts. THE LARGEST STOCK OF dents' Furnishing Goods in the City. A COMPLETE STOCK OF Clothing, Hats & Caps for Men and Boys POSTOFFICE BLOCK. BATES THE CLOTHIER. FRUITS. CLOTHING. SHIRTS Mo. River Transportation Co. THE STEAMER KEY WEST NICK BEMEIV, Malter, A. A. WHITE Clerk, Will leave Yankton for PORT PIERRE. Port Sully, Standing Rnck, Ricc, Lincoln, Bismarck, Bufnrd and O E N O N Thursday May 30th, I878, On the arrival of the D. S. R. Train. For freight or jMttafiffe apply on bonrd oral thft otter or (he company. S. B. Coulson Gen'l Manager. FANCY GROCERIES. COUNSELL & COVELL, I Retail Groceries. Bet. SECOND A THIRD A full stool of choice 0'iKW" an Tobticcoat ways on We have now in Stock a full line of the above SHIRTS, which we will sell at the Exceptional low price of ONE DOLLAR EACH Or $5.^ for Doz. These Shirts are made of WAM SUTTA Muslin, with BOSOMS of LINEN both FRONT and BACK, also full LINEN CUFFS. Ifate invite the Ladies to Examine these goods as it is a rare opportunity for the people of Yankton to secure a good Shirt at a nominal price. OUR STOCK OP CLOTHING Including Worsteds, Cheviots, Flan nels, Cassimeres, &c., &c., will be sold at such low figures as to be within the reach of all. Our stock of Summer Under wear. Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Neck wear, &c., contains Ml the Novelties of the season at Bed-Rock prices. WHITE VESTS A SPECIALTY. A full line of Trunks, Sachels, &c. Prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed^ Orders. Third st.t next to 1st National Bank WISE Bros. 1 VX, ijf' -4'