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HOTEI.». MADISON MOIISK. DAKIEL WIUX70X* lto|tntOFt I This house lui lost been refurnished, and is I AND MANUFACTURERS OP TINWARE. Mining Goods Of Every Description. St 1V1 An extensive Repairing Department is connect ed with our establishment AGENTSPORTHE Celebrated Otsego Forks RICHEY & DIX, (Sawyer's Block,) Third-St.. Yankton D. Drugs, Paints, Oil —AND—^ GLASS. James Vick's Seeds, Picture Frames, And also lublie, com now open lor the MoommodaUon of the •Ki no pains will be spared to make gur~ fortable. FARMERS AND FREIGHTERS will And good stabling for tholr stock, and a secure place for wagons. Terms as,reasonable asany in the cur The Only Perfect Business SYSTEM ON EARTH. it LAVENDER'S t.^, Cash Grocery House y» s. »r* JHA8 ADOPTED IT. ,5"We* NO A DEBTS, No Expenses for Collecting, No Book Aoeounts, No Book Keepers! These expenses, saved by the cash system, permit a. great reduction in prices and Cases and Bottles to be Returned still afford a margin for an honorable profit. Patrons oJf Lavender's Cash I Grocery House get the bene-1 fit of this reduotion. •V HARDWARE. Goods delivered free to any part of the city, and orders, from abroad promptly filled.!jjjjyfl STORE Third Street, YANKTON, D. T.I RICHEYXDTXI DEALERS IK HARDWARE, STOVES the .Wonderful Galv*nlc Feu. Writes with water, etc., at NEFF'S BROADWAY STORE, Two doors south of Max's. Dry Goods Store GRAIN, AC. Wilcox 1 Williams GRAIN DEALERS. Also a full line flf FARMING IMPLEMENTS Rain's Celebrated Wagons, —FARM AND FREIGHT— Minnesota Cbief Thresher NE\y MANNY" Reaper and Mower PATENT ,?VA' SPRING STEEL BEAM' PLOWS. 46., Ac, f-*****-.. JMMMlfi ... 'A Second and Mulberry Sts. AdstMakyoa BEST eanonasgein. $s their own localities. Particulars and samples wortb 6 free, improve your spare time at this business. Address STIKSOIT ACO Portland, Maine. W. B. VALENTINE »»«i«ttii Saw «rt 10 ONTB AC TOB| I E YANKTON DAKOTA Bakery and Confectionery BY FBEDERICK & BAKES. Hotels, Steamboats, Fie I nishedon short notice. AJ (tended to. lies and Parties' fur I orders promptly at- [We Solicit the Patronage of the PUBLIC. I CORNER SECOND & PINE STS. "OUJtWIDE AWAKE BAKERY." YANKTON, DAKOTA. iJohn Foerster's ^SUPERIOR I BOTTLED LAGER BEER A N O N 1 Dos. Quart Bottles, Wrapped and La beled, 91.73. 1 Doi. Pint Bottles, Wrapped and La. beled, SI.14. 1 Dos. Quart Bottles, Plain, 91.50. 1 Dos. Pint Bottles, Plain, (1.00. Leave orders at Brewery Hall', Third Street. DRUGS AND MEDICINES. EXCELSIOR. MILLS & PUBDY Druggists AND THIRD STREET, Yankton, Dakota DEALERS IK DRUGS All the popular medicines of the day. Pre scriptions coumpounded by experienced pharma ceutists. The Finest Assortment of Books and Fancy Articles IN THE WEST. Headlight Oil, the Best in the Market BOTTLED BEER C. F. ROSSTEUSCHER &CO. City Brewery, YANKTON, DAKOTA. 1 Doi. Quart Bottles [plainl at 81.50 1 Doa. Qt. Bottles [wrapped it labeled] l.Ti 1' Dos. Pintlottlnl 1 Dwbfflnt Botttasfwr&pp l&labcledl l.oc 1.1S Empty Bottles to be Returned FOB SERVICE A FULL BLOODED Berkshire Boar Formerly owned by A. F. HAT WARD TERM8-S2.00. Apply at the People's Market, Third Street, TimvoR, B. L.WBHT. i&litAT HOTELS. 'Miytr'&Q E RIM AN IA HOUSE Dwglas Ava., iear TMrdtC WALLBAU* & BECKER, Props. Tide house Is the headquarters for traveler* Good stabling YANKTON* DAKOTA. O.'li Friday Evening, June 1*, 1878 The Daily Press and Dakotaian IS PUHM8H1CD EVE1JY EVBNINU EXCEPTING SUNDAYS TBHHS OF SUnSCBirTION Per Week, 25cts Per Month, (1 Per Year, 110 Offloc ou Third Street, bctwoen Broadway and Cedar—Duffack's Block. BOWEN ft KINGSBURY, Publishers, Tbe se'nat) baa confirmed John C. Fre mont's nomination as governor of Arizona The report of the Western Union Tele graph Co., shows a net profit for the quai ter ending June 80, df $867,018, which, with the surplus at the close of the previous quarter, April 1, makes total of 11,056,' 878. At the Ohio republican convention Judge Willian Whl'e was nominated for fustic* I of the supreme court, and Milton Barnes for secretary of st.ie, both by acclamation, Geo. Paul was nominal-a for the board of public works. V. Bradford, on his way to Washing' ton from somewhere west, stops long enough in ChiriRo to write a letter to the Inter Ocean In which he infoims the people that I nearly every territory possesses a corrupt, plundering ring. Senator Saunders has introduced into tbe senate a bill grantiog the right of way and forty sections of hnd per mile to aid in tbe construction of a railroad and telegaph line from Omaha through Dakota and Wyo ming to tbe national Yellowstone park, to connect with the Northern Pacific railroad In Montana east of the 113 merldan. The bouse committee on territories has made a favorable report on Delegate Kid der's bill appropriating #40,000 towards the construction of a penitential/ for'Dakota and tbe bill will doubtless pass when it comes up in (he regular order of business. An act of tbe leg:slature of 1862 provides: "That the ni'-sntiaiy for Dakota' tsrri tow Is hereby lo^t at Bon Homme, in said territory, on the norther st quarter of section number thirteen, 'i township nine ty-three, of range number fitty-nine west, and shall not be removed except by a two third vote of the legislative assembly of Dako'i territory and tbe approval of said vote by the governor." YANKTON'S COMMERCIAL INTER ESTS. A correspondent writes to the Press and Dakotaian from up the Dakota river upon the subjcct of rai,roads end Yankton's in terest in providing for its future. While some of h's conclusions may be impractica ble and his suggestions over ardent, the points put for'h pre of the sort which must sooner or later receive the attention of the progressive people of this locality. Rail road extension beyond Yankton, that is the construction of a railroad from here which will strike the Missouri river at a point above Yankton, would be looked up on as a serious misfortune to the commer cial interests of our city. Such it might prove, though its consummation would pro duce compensating resul's not now taken into account because we are veiy slow tj realize 'he value of the country which could be made tribute-y to our market. But it is of vast impoitance to Yankton to be able to control the direction of tbe first railroad which makes a westward move ment. There are now two railroads in pro cess of extension from point) In Iowa to wards the eastei a boundary of Dakota. In time they will enter our territory, and that time is not far distint. Tbe indications now are that one or both are disposed to seek a connection with tbe Missouri river at Yanktbn, but so long as we have no po sitive knowledge that such is the intention there will arise suggestions of a possibility that they mry bear northward and aim for an objective point hither up the Missouri. The road to Sioux Falls is an assured bet, and with its terminus there that city will naturally take the trade from those portiona of the Vermillion Ind Dakota river valleys lying north of the counties of Bon Homme, Yankton and Clay—the richest grain and stock growing region in all the west. The distance in many instances is less, and cheaper freight rates will enable Sioux Falls to pay more for grain and charge less for merchandise than Yankton c. n. These are solid facts and it does not profit us to shut our eyes to their existence. As all commu nities thrive only through their enterprise in advancing legitimate competition in their own favor, it is a duty to ourselves ts look out for ourselves by following this ax iom. Tbe plsu of operations which wonld contribute in the largest degree to Yank' ton's iuture prosperity would be the con struction of a railroad up tbe Dakota river to points within easy reaching distance of the grain and stock raising Settlements of the Dakota and Vermillion valleys. By this move we could retain commercial con trol of all that region now tributary to this center and gain all that lying between those two rivers. A rai'road built fifty miles np the valley of the Dakoti river wonld aland as a barrier to the extenaien beyond Yank ton of any of the roads! now pushing into Dakota from the east and would give to the F3ople north, northeast and northwest of tu, railroad bcilitlas adequate to their neecesl ties. Than making Yankton the concentrat ing point for new nil systems in this new west wonld ultimately result in the con straction of a short line to Columbus, Ne braska, connecting our roads with the Union Pacific and Its branchee. Onr cH occupies a geographical position which will enable tt te construct its own future and at tbe sane time to do full Justice to the oat side communities which Save aided it in at tainlag Its present Importance. asfy A drunken loader ol the commune at Des Moines boasted thuotherday that at noon on the 37tb Inst, all railroad traina through ont the country would stop by agreement betwewu tbe communists aud tlio brotliur bood of locombtivo engineers. As be Is, known to be In high standing in tbe order, some are Inclined to repose a good deal of confidence in his assertion?. The man may have told tbe truth, but more likely it was simply a drunken threat. A TEMPERANCE JUBILEE 1 Muscatine. June 12.—The Drew reform club jubilee here to-day was a success, up wards of 10,000 people were assembled at the fair grounds, there being excursion parties from Davenport, Iowa City, West Liberty John and Wilton. W. Drew, the temperance apostle, was the principle speaker and was ded by tn The oc ,e city with warmly applauded by the people, caslon waa made a gala day in the a 'prolbslon of decoration^ etc. ILLINOIS SH00TIN6 TOURNAMENT. Quincy, June 12.—In the tournament to day the second shoot was concluded. The first prize was divided between Crawford and Austin, of Quincy. W. B. Haworth took the second prize: Midheart, of Chicago, the third, and Buggies, of Peoria, the fourth. The third shoot was a sweepstake, $5 en trance. There were 67 entries. Hosworth. of St. Louis, won first money Tucker ana Ruggles divided second W. B. Haworth got third, and Shirtleff and Bates divided fourth money. The grand team shoot com menced at 5 this afternoon, but was not con cluded. POLITICAL CONVENTIONS. SECOND MICHifliN DISTRICT—GREENBACK. Adrian, Mich., June 12. -The second congressional district convention has nomi nated L. H. Thomas as candidate of the na tional greenbackers for congress. FIRST IOWA DISTRICT—GREENBACK. Des Moines, June 13.—Tbe greenback congressional convention for this district, held at Winterset to-day, nomiuated E. H. Gillette for congress. Mr. Gillette Is a re tired capitalist residing in Des Moines. BIGHT IOWA DISTRICT—GREENBACK. Council Bluffs, la., June 12.—The greenback congressional convention of tbe English district was held in this city to day. Only twenty nine delegates were pre sent. Rev. Geo. C. Hicks of Montgomery county was nominated for congress on tbe first formal ballot. FIFTH IOWA DISTRICT—GREENBACK. Marsballtown, June 12.—Tbe convention ol the national greenback party of this dis trict nominated Gen. Carter of Iowa coun ty for congress. DELAYED TELEGRAMS. BREVITIES. New York. June 13.—It is announced that Bishop Potter will sail for England next Wednesday to attend the Lainbeth con ference of the Angelical Communion at Lambeth palace, London. Bishop Seymour, it.is understood, will attend to the regular duties ef Bishop Potter during the latter's absence, and then take charge of his own diocese of Springfield, Illinois.- Detroit, June 13.—The republican state convention assembled at the Detroit opera house at 11 o'clock this morning. After prayer by Rev. W. X. Minde, a temporary organization was effected by electing James Q. Stone temporary chairman. At 12 o'clock a recess till 2 p. m. was taken. New York, June 13.—A. B. Stockwell, formerly president of the Pacific Mail steam ship company has been adjudged bankrupt, with liabilities over one million dollars. St. Louis, June 13.—Private advices from Ft. Smith, Ark., say that Brig. Gen. Bonne ville died there yeiterdny. Gen. Bonne ville was the oldest officer in the United States army, having entered West Point academy as cadet in April 1813. Port Huron, June 13.—The propeller Chesa is aground on the Walpole island, St. Clp'.re river. Efforts to float her hither to have been unavailing. THE GREAT PARIS EXHIBITION. New York Herald. Between the great exhibition and private and public fetes the Parisians are about as ay ai human surroundings will permit. The great concert hall of the Trocadero has been thrown open, and is said to be a fine thing in its special way, as well as a great adjunct to the exhibition. Our own section is complete at last, and our exhibits are said to gratify the French in many respects. The approbation of possible purchasers is always a good thing, and when we hear of Califor nia wheat being as highly thought of as California gold we see that world shows are useful to the people who have wheat to sell. They delight, too, in our sleeping coaches, and thev need them very much on European railroads. Amid this pleasant hum of ad miration over our products and manufac tures the suggestion that a little more monev —some forty thousand dollars—is needed, comes upon us without a very great shock. As it is absolutely necessary in order to in sure our national presentability all through the exposition we hope our legislators will not only give, but give ungrudgingly. Gen eral Grant has eaten two more dinners given in his honor, but we are afraid from the way he is losing flesh that the French cuisine does not agree with him as well as White House cookery. If this wasting process goes on some fine day a for the general doctor may prescribe a return to his eight years' home in Washington, and then what patriot would oppose seeing the prescription carried ont. That might settle the Potter bother. The latest device for gilt edged charity is a Kermesse, and the fair in the orangery at Tuileries, of which we catch a glimpse, shows that it is excellent as a medium for pleasure as well as making money in a good cause. Some of our charitable ladies may take a hint for a summer festival from this. SCHOOL DISTRICT BOOKS AND BLANKS FOB THE USE OF SCHOOL DISTRCT OFFI CERS. Prepared and approved by W. E. CATON, Superintendent of .Public Instruction, Da kota, including TREASURER'S BOOK.—With blank forms for warrants paid school house fund con' tingent fund, and teachers fund. CLERK'S BOOK—With blank forms for Proceeding* of District .Board, Warrants Is sued and Record of Teachers Reports also Deeds of School Property. Orders on District Treasurer. Treasurers Bonds. Teschers Contract. Notice to County Clerk of Rate of Tax Voted. Notice of 8pecial School Meeting. Notice of Annnal School Meeting. Sufficient to last an ordinary district ten yean. Price per set, $16,00. Sent by mail or expreea. Address liOWKM & KlNCMBURY, Yankton, D. T. VE6ETINE IS RECOMMENDED BY ALL Physicians. V'AI.I.KV STUKAM, QiU'ons Co., I-oil# Island, N Y. Mlt. II. It. 8TKVKNH Dear Sir:—I take a small certlllcnta ci ly yon. I have bee to tho pleasure ot writing yon concerning llie nrrparMl cen a sufferer with tlio ly»- ovor [orjy j.ciirSi mill luivo liu(. the iarrlnva for over six montlis, and Imvo pepsla for over forty years, and liavo lia. the Chronic Diarrlnva for over six montlis, and Imve tried most every thing: was given unto die. ami did not expect to live from day to day, anil no physician could touch my caso. 1 saw your VEIT otlne recommended to cure Dyspepsia. I com is it. and I continued rfoiUB so, anc ani now a well womtm and rcstorccl to perfect 'P ... dn„. —. physician eonid touch my caso. 1 saw your Veir etlne recommended to cure Dyspepsia. I com menced using it, and I continued doing so, and am now a well woman and restored to perfect hehUli. All who are afflicted with this teirililc disease, 1 would kindly rccoinniend to try It for the bonetlt of their health, and it is excellent as a blood purifier. By Dr. T. 11. FOKIIKS, M. D., for MBS. WM. H. FORBES. VKQRTINS.—Wiien tlio blood becomes lifeless and stagnant, either from change of weather or of climate, want' of exerotoe, Irregular diet, or from any other cause, tlie VBOETINK will renew the blood, carry off the putrid humors, cleanse the stomach, regulate the bowels, and Impart a tone of vigor to the whole body, VE6ETINE For CANCERS and CANCEROUS HUMORS. The Doctor's Certificate. Bead It. Asnr.F.v, Washington Co., ill., Jan 11, 1878. MB. II. K. STEVENS Dtar Sir .-—Tills Is to certify that I bad been suffering from a ltoso Cancer on iny right breast, which grew very rapidly, and all my friends had given me up to dio, when I heard of your medi cine, Vegetine, recommended for Cancer and Cancerous Humors. I commenced to take it, and soon fomid myself beginning to feel better my health and spirits both felt the benign influence which it exerted, and in a few months from the time I commenced the use of tlie Vegetine, the Cancer came out almost bodily. VEGETINE ^Regard it as a Valuable A I E I IN E JANUARY L, 1S78. Ma, II. II. STEVENS Dear Sir:—I take pleasure in say I up tliat I have used the Vegetine HI my family witli good re sults, and I have known of several cases of re markable cure effected by it. I regard it as a valuable family medicine. Truly yours, REV. WM. M-l)ONAM. Tlie Kcv. Win. McDonald is well known through tlie United Slates as a minister in the M. E. Cliuicli. THOUSANDS SIM:AK —Vegetine is acknowl edged and recommended hy pliysieiaus and apothecaries to lie the best purifier and eleanser of the blood yet discovered, and thousands speak in Its praise who have been restored to health. VE8ETINE TheM. D's Have It. MB. 11. R. STEVENS long Dear Sir:—I have sold Vegetine fur a time, aud find it irires most excellent satisfae tion. S. IS. 1)E PRIEST, M. D„ I)r«giji*t Ilazlctoii, ind. VEGETINE Prepared by H. R. STEVENS, Boston, Mass Vegetine is Sold by All Druggists ESTABLISHED 1869! Ice Delivery. FRED SCHNAUBER, PROPRIETOR. Leave orders at C. J. Kadish's Drug Store, or at the Court House. BEST IN THE WORLD!! Wooop*®® SELECT gpiRES ECT. ON TLY IS S AVE as by their purity and strength less is reauired than of other manufacture the oaly kinds made that have the approval of one of the greatest living chemists, whose certificate is on every package. Bny only the genuine.—Observe the Trade Mark.— Bur the powder only in cans securely la belled, as many poor and adulterated pow ders are sold in bulk as Peerless. Manufactured only by BELL, CONRAD CO. Chioaao. IU- DAKOTA HOUSE, (FORMEBLV ADKLFHI) The Central Hotel of the City vaimtuoii, Table supplied with everything the market (fords. Headquarters for commercial travelers aPrce baggage to and from the depot. W. B. KNAPPKN.'Proprietor. New Advertisements. E I E S FITS (FALLING SICKNESS, POSITIVELY CUKED, Hie worst eases of the longest standing, by uslnu Mr. Ilrbbard's Cur*. "NO HUMBUG." IT II SWEET Clewini a life-long study. I warrant rty remedy to euro tho worst cases. Bccauso others have failed is no reason for not now receiving a cure from me. Send to moat once for a Treatise and a Free Bottle of iny iiifalihlo remedy. Give express and postofllce. It costs you nothing for a trial, and I will cure you. Address Dr. 11. G. ROOT, 183 Pearl St., New York. PIANO ORGAN— 91,600, only V43S. uperb Grand Square Pianos, cost vi.iou, only 92SS. Elegant Upright Pianos, cost S800, only VISA. Style Upright Pianos Slia.30. Or- grgans,Now CAUltlfc DKFOIEKEST. I ccrtifv that I am pcrfcctly acquainted with Mrs. DeKonest, and consider her one of our very best women. Dlt. S. II. FLOWER". AI.I. DISEASES or TIIE Bi.oon.—If Vegetine will relieve pain, cleanse, purify, and cure such diseases, restoring tlie patient to perfect health, after trying different physicians, many remedies, suffering for years, is It not conclusive proof, if you are a sufferer, you can he cured? Why is this medicine performing such great cures? It works in the blood, in the circulating fluid. It can truly be called the Great Blood l'uriller. The great source of disease originates ill the blood and uo inedieinc that (Iocs not act directly upon it, to purify and renovate, lias any just claim up on public attention. nna 835. Organs, 13 stops, •T9.S0. Church 16 stops, cost 8300, only Si 13. Elegant S3TS Mirror Top Organs, only 9105. Tremen dous sacrifice to cluic out present stock. New Steam Factory soon to bo erected. News paper with much Information about cost of I'l alios and Organs. SENT FREE. Please ad dress DANIEL F. BEATTY, Washington, N. J. 40 MIXED CARDS, with name, tOc. Agents outllt 10c, L. JONES & CO., Nassau, N. OK Fancy Cards, Snowlliks Damask. Assorted in as styles, with name, locts. Nassau Card Co., Nassau, N. V. tfT A DAY to Agents canvassing for tho FII-« t[ I side Visitor. Terms and Outllt Free. Address P. O. VICKEUY, Augusta, Maine. Mirrors, Bedding, Mattresses, LOUNGES, PICTCKE FRAMES, CC. A l'ull Line of UNDERTAKER'S GOODS always 011 hand. Repairing promptly done, and work warranted to give satisfaction. P. L. LINDHOLM, Burleigh's Block, Broadway Peavey Bros. A FULL LINE OF 4BRICBLT0RAL IMPLEMENTS CELEBRATED LA BELLE WAGON E I E REAPER&MOWER McDERMOTT BIDING CULTIVATOR. McDERMOTT WALKING CULTIVATOR. Polo Harvester. NICHOLS, SHEPARD & CO'S THRESHERS. TRIUMPH WIND MILLS, fcC„ fcC. THIRD STREET, Between Capitalist. fcDouglas-Ave JAMES S. FOSTER, Heal Estate Dealer YANKTON, DAKOTA, Has THIRTY FARMS desirably located, ranging in price from $400 to $4,000, according to distance from rail road and amount of im proinents also Desirable Residences and Unimproved City Property. Investments made for Non-resident Capital ists, aud satisfaction guaranteed. Having been a resident of Dakota for fourteen years, and be ing familiar with the southeastern portion of tho ablo to command. PAIOTA. SHANNON ft WASH ABAUGH ATTORNEYSAT-LAW, Yankton, ... Dakota sSHw HAM CURED THOU. $£$ HANDS. Will ptvv *1,000 for a tmar It will not lien*At. A Sample llottlo free to all ad dressing J. U. Ullllll.UK, Chemist, Ullice l.iKS Broadway, New York. HAVT .'wurdtd WWwto *t OH—Hi BxP"'*".1* Mrssjsffui&lrfi sftsF mr auda. At oar kin* atrip trmdt-nurk ta clo*!y Imitated on Inferior tooSa. aaa.thtt Jathm'i ia ou tnry pine. Bold br afiLdMlan. fland fbraaanl* "«a, to d. JiGttOM Co., Mfta., Patanbvs. Y£ ~I CURE FITS!! When I say cure, I do not mean merely to stop them for a time and then have them return again: I mean a radical cure. I am a regular physician, and have made the disease of Fits, Epilepsy or FalllniE Sickness SID By (he Auburn Portrait Co. Business pleasant and very prolltable to agents. Full information, Willi tonus and instructions, furnished on appli c.it tin to llituci & AI.KXANDKU, P. O. Box Has, Auburu, N.V. HEARING RESTORED! tililSAT INVENTION by one who was DEAi? for to Year*. Send stump for particulars. Jno Gnriikore, Lock Box 905, CoTlngton, Ky. FURNITURE. P. L. LINDHOLM. Manufacturer and Dealer FURNITURE OK AM, KIN'DS.