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SOCIETIES.
Dakota Lodge, No. l.—Regular meetings mi
Friday evening of each week, ulOdu Fellows
Hull, Sawyer's block.
Humboldt todge, ((ieruian) No. 5.—lingular
meetings on Wednesday evening of eacli week,
at Odd Fellows 1UI1, Sawyer's Clock.
Yiinkton Encampment, No. 2.—llegular meet
ings on 1st. and 3rd. Monday evening o( each
month, at Odd Fellows Hall, Sawyer's block.
A. F. FC A. M.
Yankton Chapter. No. 1—Regular {meetings
on first and third Wednesdays of each month, at
Masonic Hall, Sawyer's block. Sojounil ng com
lianious cordially Invited.
St. John's Lodge, No. 1 .-ltegular communi
cations on Tuesday evening, on or before full
moon of each month, at Masonic llall, hawyer
cations on Tuesil
if each mo
block. Sojourners cordially Invited
Communications
kotain,
for the Dally Press and Da-
also advertisements,
should
be handed
In before 2 o'clock p. m.
Legal notices Intended for the Weekly I'rcs
and Dakotalan should be handed in not later
than Tuesday evening.
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF MAILS
BT UAIUOAD.
AUIUVK
15 1*. M.
K.tsLtirn
DKPAltT
7 I 'M A.
BY RTAOK.
4:00 A.M
7 :U0
0 :00
7:30
MnrlngMtl ami up river.. 7 :00 P. M.
jvioforiirii 8 :(W
Shmx Falls :0®
44
44
KiivsU'cl 5:00
Uhlhlstown, arrives Fridays at 5 i*. m.
pails Saturdays at A. M.
uul de-
Kronclitown, Neb., arrives Tnt'sdays and Fri
days at 10 A. M. and departs at same day* at
V. M.
Loili, arrives Tuesdays at
12
Wtnlnesdavsat 1 i\ m.
M. and departs
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Wines, Liquors atid
Tobaccos. ltruadwav.
Aj
BATES,
JOHN O, Clothier. Postofllee Block,
Thlril Street.
KLL, G'ONItAU Jc DO'S ltaking
lanufaL'tured in Chicago.
BIIOOKIKKS,
BRAMBLE,
BR
CJ
Powder
Sold by all Deal
VV. \V.
Jcneks Hotel.
BltAY
Heal Kstatu Healer.
FLETCHER. Meat Market & I'ro
visiou Dealers. Canital-St.
MINER ITwholesale tiro-
cers. Forwarding, Storage, and General
Steamboat Agents. Levee.
BURLEIGHi'ruvisions.
W. A. Jr., Dealer in Flour, drain
Feed and llroadway, Block.
EN NAN
li roadway.
BLATT
fc JORDAN, Family Market,
(Stier's old stand).
fc BUERDORF, neneral Ciroeers,
Wholesale and ltetail. llroadway.
IOUNSELL fc COVELL, Dealers In nil kinds
of Groceries, Capital Street, between Second
aud Third.
JUTTING it OLOUDAS, Grocers. Tlilnl-St
1
opposite l'ostolllce.
DUltLEYThird
fc HAWLEV, General Hardware.
i'orner
and Dougliis-Sts.
DAKOTA
iJ
HERALD, Democratic Newspaper
published weekly, Taylor Bros. Proprietors
Third-St.
iA
MSEMAN, CHAS. 4c CO.
House & Merchant Tailoring.
General Clothing
Broadway.
EXCELSIOR MILL CO. Manufacture Patent
and other brands of Flour, Meal, Feed, &c.
Capital-St., near Levee.
1J
^DMUNDS fc WVSS, Bankers aud Insurance
Agents. Broadway.
LMRST NATIONAL BANK, (jovennneiit De
positary. J. C. McVay. President. National
Bank Block, Thlrd-St.
I^AULK, P. K. A»orney-ai-I.aw. Oillee, Ce
M- dar-St., north of Third
/4.ERMANIA HOUSE, Wallbaum & Becker,
VT proprietors. Douglas-Ave.
HAGK,l'ostolllce.Family
O. P.
near
JENKINSON,Third
KATZ,
II.
PEIR
I
Grocer. Third.-St.
JJ.£AYWARD, J. P., lteal Kstate and Loan
Agent, Third St.
M. H. lee Cream, Fruits and
Groceries, Street.
JOB
PRINTING, Every style, at Press
and Da
kotaian.
Clothing,
Thlrd-St.
Goods.
ADISH. C.
Block.
IJAVENDER,
Trunks and Furnishing
J. Druggist. Pennington's
A. W. Cash Grocery House
Third Street.
LQ2BER,
J. fc II. Dealers in Cord
wood,
lice between 4th and 5th on Broadway.
MERRILL.
MILLS
PARMER,
SAMUEL Carriage, and Sign
Ornamental Painter, Capital Slreet.Yank
ton, D.T.
fc PURDY, Druggists, Stationers and
Notions. Third-St.
PETERSON,Clocks,
l.
A. Jeweler. A full line of
Watches, &c. Benairing done
fc LUEBKE,
PILES,and
Q'
TYLER
WINE
Wjliannn,
011
short notice. Coates' Block. Third St.
EAVEY BROS. Farming Machinery, Third
Street, near Capital.
M. M. Insurance Agent. Broai'
way. near Thlrd-St.
Hide and Leather Deal-
crs. Thlrd-St.
I. CO.
Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Third-St.
Caps Furs,
HIRE'S OF LEOAL BLANKS, At the Press
and Dakotalan Counting ltoom.
J^ICllEY Jc DIX, Hardware Dealers. Yank
ton and Deadwood.
I, Attorneys-at
(turner Fifth fc
OIIANNON It WASHABAUdll,
•J Law. Oillee 111 Serr's Mock
Broadway^
Furniture lioalerand Man-
C2ANBORN, J.
O ufacturer. Tli!rd-8t., Dewltt's Block.
fc NISSEW, Maniilacttirers of Wag
on* and RiigKles. Horse-shoeing and all
kinds of repairing. Cedar street, between Third
and Fourth.
BROS. Clothing and Furnishing
Conds, Hewitt's Block.
VAN
ANTWERP-E.il. Civil Engineer and
Conveyancer. Sawyer's Block, up stillrs.
"rAWNER, (-IIARLEH, Dealer in BIN cus
tom ma!
on Rroadwav.
torn made Hoots Si Hlious. Coates Dulldlug
WHITE,
WEST,
(iiinsmiths ami Healers
\ITAONER BROS.
In Firearms, llroadway
M. W. tlnnsmllli and Dealer In
Firearms ami Muslral Instruments. Ccdur
81. Hot ween Third and fourth.
l, E. AUoniey-at-law. Koom »,
Frnuln(«n)'a Block.
U/IU» ft WUX1AMR, Dealers In
KlAvatorlaol at Second-81.
grain
Ml
E E A I
o' l,
THE ADJOURNMENT.
Both Houses of Coagress ^Adjourn]
at 7 O'clock this Moratag.
The Congress of the European Powers
Make Slow Progress In the Bu
siness Before It.
Political Parlies Gelling their Candidates in the
Field for the Fall Campaign
CONGRESSIONAL.
SENATE.
At 7 o'clock, Mr. Ferry, president pro temi
said:
The hour of seven o'clock having arrived,
it gives me pleasure to congratulate the sen
ate on the termination of a session of nearly
seven months' duration, and to comply with
the joint resolution of the two houses,*fixing
the hour of the final adjournment. Permit
me, senators, to cordially thank you for your
favor, your confidence and your courtesy,
without which I should have failed to meet
the delicate and responsible duties of the
chair. Commending you all in parting to
the care of the same Beneficent Ruler who
on the floor.]
Of-
HOUSE.
Washington, June 20.—The house reas
sembled at 6:30 o'clock a. m. with very few
members present.
Mr. Clymcr offered the customary resolu
lions lor the appointment of a committee of
three to wait on the president, and inform
him that the two houses were ready to ad-
journ if he had no further communication I
to make to thtm. Agreed to.
house, J, W. Polk, nothing bad been shown
affecting his personal integrity or reflecting
on his his honor, and allowing him two I
month's extra pav. Agreed to.
At 0:45 o'clock p. m., Mr. Rainey, of the nen
committee on enrolled bills, appeared in the I ''on
house with the enri lied sundry civil bill,
which the speaker laid before the house, and
signed aiuid applause.
At 6:52 o'clock, a message from the presi
dent announced bis approval of the sundry
civil bill
Mr. Clymer announced that together with
Mr. Willis, of Kentucky, and Mr. Congart
he had waited on the president, and that the
president had stated that he had no further
communica'ion to make to congress.
The hour of 7 o'clock having arrived, the
speaker said:
GENTLEMEN OF THE HOUSE OF RKPRE
8KKTAT1VEB:—The arduous labors of the
seuion arc closed. Let us hope, under the
providence of God, that they will insure to
the solid welfare and happiness of the peo
WASHINGTON
Washington, June 20.—At 4:55 o'clock
the senate went into executive session.
At 6:50 o'clock the doors reopened, and
Mr. Bunce, hy request, introduced a bill to
establish a national academy of education
giving preference to the genius and talent I at all events that you ought not to pay any
of the land, and to the orphans of the re-1 part of it." The secretary further says that
public. Referred. It provides that the I if congress does not make the necessary ap
president and vice president of the United I propriation at its next session the president
States, chief justice, speaker and chap-1 will contribute the fund from his own
lain of the house of representatives, eecre-1 means.
tary of Smithsonian institute, and com
missioner of education, shall be a body cor-1
porate, to be known as "National Academy
of Education." They are to establish acade
mies in several states, and congress is to ap
propriate annually one third of the amount I
necessary for their support, providing that
state legislatures and the people of the state I cotton mills at Darwen, Barnmey, Arling
contributc the other two-thirds. It further
viding for the appointment of a committee
of two senators to join the committee of the Iof
house of representatives to wait on the pres.
ident and inform him that congress having
finished its business, it is now ready to close
its session by adjournment. Agreed to, and
Mr. Anthony and Mr. Thurman were ap
pointed a committee on the part of the
senate.
The senate then held a brief executive
session, and when the.doors were reopened,
Mr. Anthony, from the committee appointed
to wait on the president of the United
States, reported that they had performed
that duty, and that the president replied that
he had no further communication to make.
10,1
anc'
provides that there shall be established in work. Only the spinners at Blackburae
the District of Columbia, an academy upon I continue out.
a basis of equality with any universary in I
Volume 4. VANKTON, DAKOTA TERRITORY. THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 20, 1878. Number 48.
that this house stands adjourned without
lay. [Applaiuw.]
Owing to the early hour, the adjournment
took place very quietly, not a dozen persona
being in the galleries, and not more than
fifty members present.
CAPITAL NOTES.
Washington, June 20.—The chairman of
the Senator Matthews committee has called
a meeting for to-morrow,
Dubril, Russian ambassador, has gone to
St Petersburg with a view of inducing the
czar to sanction the withdrawal of the Rus
sian force from before Constantinople.
Washington, June 20.—John C. Brown
haying sent to the secretary of the treasury
a sight draft for $827, the amount disbursed
for htm while on the Louisiana commission,
owing to the senate tabling the proposition
to provide for the payment of expenses, the
secretary of the treasury has written Mr.
Brown, saying "I am desired by the pres
ident to return this draft to you uncollected,
at he is of the opinion that congress will
yet make provision for this expenditure, and
FOREIGN.
SPORTING.
London, June 20.—The gold cup at Ascot
was won by Verncuil.
THE STRIKE
London, June 20.—The operatives in the
Preston, have generally resumed
THE
the world, which shall be the model for Berlin, June 20.—The consideration of
state academies. I the Bulgarian question in the congress was
At 6:53 o'clock the clerk of the house of again postponed yesterday, because the plen
representatives appeared with the sundry ipotentiary to open the discussion was not
civil bill, which was immediately signed by ready with his proposals. The powers con
the president pro tem, and then sent to the
CONGRESS.
tinue to act in
president of the United States for his signa- hostile sense. Austria and England from
ture, the president being in his room at the Ione P°int of view, and Turkey from another,
capitol, having remained there during the I oppose Russia's claims. Germany, France
night.
I
Mr. Anthony submitted a resolution pro- ''tlle
groups, but not necessarily in
and Italy adopt a mediatory attitude. There
doubl
Bt#nd,nK between
Ene,and
the ,ikeIlhood of 1,8
and Auitm or
continuation during
the entire deliberations.
The congress has decided to admit Greece
with consultation voice in the question af
fecting Greek interests.
THE PARLIAMENT.
London, June 20.—It is the belief of well
informed politicians, that either the general
election will occur next month, or the idea
of the dissolution of the parliament will be
abandoned.
PERSONAL.
The emperor now walks about his
REVIEW.
Paris, June 20.—McMahan reviewed 40,
000 infantry and cavalry and sevearal bat
teries of artillery at Long champs.
POLITICAL.
DEMOCRATIC CONVENTIONS.
Fairburv, 111., June 20.—The democratic
congressional convention of the 8th district,
yesterday Boininated T. M. Shaw, of Laconi
by acclamation.
Montpelier, Vt., June 20.—Thedemocrat
ic state convention was organized to-day,
has preserved unbroken our number through-1 L. Waterman as chairmani and
out the prolonged labors now ended, I de-1 renominated W. H. H. Bingham, for gov
dare the second session of the forty-fifth ernor Jerome W. Pierce, for lieutenant
coneress now adjourned sine die. [Applause
governori nd Geo. E.
for treasurer.
backs for
Royce, of Rutland
The resolutions congratulate the country
on the restoration of home rule in the south,
and the overthrow of military combinations
brought about in response to the demands of
the national democracy, and demand re
trenchment and economy in the federal and
Btate
administrations a strict accountability
a"
lic
Mr. Franklin offered a resolution declar-1ence *n
officials honest payment of the pub-
d®bt' ho|ne
ru,e and
mun'c'Pal
ing that the investigation of the charges ®nd eluit,}le "venue tariff one currency
preferred against the late doorkeeper of the
bank. b,l.ls-
tbef
pie. Expressing the fervent hope that each and it is probable that the interior non par
and every one of you mav have a safe jour
he BIT
ney to your respective homes, it only re
mains for the speaker, in pursuance of the
resolution of the two houses for the adjourn
ment of
the
forty-ffth coagrea, to
The
th4t t,le
tbauk»
Motions fur-
'n
v'e"
maj°rity
of the overwhelming
for the late candidate for president,
of the
Pe°Ple
who
e'ec'ora'
are due
'rauda
Ue
originrted the present investiga-
and
tbl'
lbe
reTe'a"
tions made before that committee crimina
ting the secretary of the treasury and the
republican senator from Ohio, leave no reom
to doubt the wisdom of this investirationi
and that while they would sanction no as
sault upon the official title of President
Hayes, they urge the prosecution and pun
ishment of all who aided the fraud* by
which the presidency was wrested from the
democrats.
IK CALIFORNIA.
San Francirco, June 20.—The returns
from the city as far as counted indicate that
the Kearneyites have elected nearly all their
candidates, though the contest is close. Re
turns from the interior show that the non
partisan hare elected most of their men,
tisans majorities will be sufficient to elect
nearly all of their delegates at large, even if
the city should give the Kearaeyites a Mr
Majority.
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CRIME.
COLO J1LOODED MURDER.
St. Louis, June 20.—Henry J. Redemey
er, a young man aged 27, shot and instantly
killed in the moH premeditated and cold
blooded manner, a German named Frank
II. Voes, at the corner of Bremer and Kos
suth avenues, yesterday afternoon. Rede
meyer fired two shots, one ball taking effect
in the base of the brain, the other in the
heart. The murderer was arrested. The
cause of the act is said to be some trivial
grudge against Voss, of two years' standing.
TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.
Annapolis, June 20.—The graduating ex
ercises of the naval academy were held to
day, and passed off pleasantly.
Auburn, N. Y., June 20.—The referee
states that Dempsey refuses to row the race
over with Courtney. A compromise will be
arranged.
Cincinnati, June 10.—A fire in James
town, Ohio, yesterday destroyed the Par
ker house, and several adjoining stores
Loss $15,000: insured $9,000.
Pittsburg, Penn., June 20'—The single
scull race between Evan Morris, of this city,
and Edward Hanlon, of Toronto, will take
place on Hulton course, twelve miles above
this city, at 4:30 this afternoon.
Ilarrisburg, June 20.—John, Isaac and
Peter Hawn, old men, were attacked in their
own house by two tramps, and John and
Isaac fataily beaten. The house keeper was
also attacked, and the hou^e robbed of four
thousand dollars in bonds.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
NEW YORK MARKET.
'V ^J* v6*
"-f«* "*r -*-»v 4
WALL STREET.
New York, June 20.
Gold- -1
.OOjjc.
Stocks—irregular.
MILWAUKEE.
Milwaukee, June 20.
WHEAT—\©l£c lower hard, 1.03 Kb.
1,99c No. 2, 95jc for cash 94!c for July
87 2c for August.
CORN—33|c.
OATS—24c.
RYE—53C.
BARLEY—C2!C.
trough under-
CHICAGO.
Chicago, June 20.
WHEAT—heavy, quiet and lower 95Jc
for cash 913(3)91 Jc for July 84Jc for
August.
CORK—weak and lower SGic for cash
3GJc for July 36jc for August.
OATS—easier 24c for cash, 23§c for July
23c for August.
RYE—[email protected]
BARLEY—47Jc.
PORK—dull and lower 9.20 for cash,
July 9.35 for August.
LARD—easier 6.80 for cash 6.S5 for
July [email protected] for August.
WHISKY—1.05.
New York, June 20.
WHEAT—dull spring }@lc lower win
ter, Jc better receipts, 70,000 sales. 16,-1
000 No. 2, spring, June [email protected]
July, 1.04 bid, 1.05 asked.
RYE—steady.
CORN—L©jc better, receipts, 77,000
sales, 30,000 [email protected] for western mixed
43j®47|c for white.
BARLEY—nominal.
OATS—steady receipts, 23,000 sales,
28,000 [email protected] for mixed western
31036Jc for whit*.
PORK—quiet [email protected] 30.
LARD—firmer [email protected]
WHISKY—1.081c.
IN BANKRUPTCY,
DISTRICT COURT OF THF. UKTTRII
STATK8 FOR THE SECOND UDI- 1 In
CIAL DISTRICT OF DAKOTA TKK- Bankruptcy I
KITORY,
no federal interfer-
or state elections a just
!ln^*gradual
substitution of green
In tht ItatUr of Putnam it Bender, Bankrupts:
Second Judicial District
of Dakota Territory. I
HIS IS
TO GIVE NOTICK, That oil the Tenth
(10) day of June, 1878, a warrant of Bank- I
Iss
ruptcy waslssued out of tlie district court of the
United States for the second judicial district of
Dakota Territory, against the Ann of Putnam
Bender, of Elk Poiut. in the county of Union, in
said district, adjudged bankrupts, on debtors pe
tirfon That the payment of any debts aud the I
delivery of any property belonging to
such bank
rupt flnn, to them, or for their use, and the
transfer of any property by them, are forbidden
by law and tliat a meeting of the creditors of
said bankrupt Brni, to move their debts and to
choose one or more assignees of their said estate,
will be held at a court of bankruptcy, to be hold
en at Yankton. D. T.. In tlie office of Moody &
Smith, before G. C. Moodv, Esq., Register in
Bankruptcy, for said district, on tlie 29th dav of
June, A. D. 1878, at 10 o'clock a. m.
JOHN B. RAYMOND,
U. S. Marshal for said District.
CITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION.
Bt Itetoived by tht Mayor and CUy Council of I
the Citytf Yankton: I
SKCTIOX 1ST. That it is, and Is hereby declared
necessary, that a sidewalk should be constructed
on the east side of Cedar street. In the city of
Yankton, as follows: Commencing on Third
street, on the northeast corner of Third and Ce
dar streets thence along the east side of Cedar
street to the south side of Fourth street, the same
being In front of and along the west side of lots
numbered 1, t, 3,4,5. 6,7. 8 9. of block num
bered », In the town of Yankton, D. T.
SKCTIOIT 2D. Said sidewalk shall be construct
ed of wood, be four feet in width, and be in all
respects made of the material, and In the man
ner provided by the ordinance of said city, and
tlie eater edge of said sidewalk shall belaid four
feet from the curb line ol said street.
SBCTIOK SO. That this resolution shall be pub
lished for four consecutive weeks In the official
paper ol sakl city o( Yankton, D. T.
special gotirt*.
OIRL WANTED.
A girl, competent to do general housework,
will find a place by applying at this office.
TO RENT.
Furnished rooms to rent at reasonable rates,
corner of Second and Linn streets.
FOR SALE
House, and lot 22x150 feet, on Broadway, for
W50. rerfect title Eiven. F. WIXSOK
WANTED.
A harness maker. Enquire of
JOHN NOVOTNV,
Yankton.
WANTED.
A second-hand farm wagon. Will either pur
chase or hire till November first. Address, with
terms, A. B. C.
l'rcss and Dakotalan Onice.
TAKEN CP.
By John Peiffer, in Lakeport township, Yank
ton county, D, X., March 20, A. D. 1878, one red
Steer, white on shoulders, supposed to ba two
years old. G. W. ROBERTS,
Justice of the Peace.
FOR SALE.
The property on the comer of Second and
Walnut streets, known as the "White Estate."
For further particulars, inquire of
GEO. II. HAND.
FOR SALE—THE YANKTON IRON WORKS.
Wishing to retire from the business, we oiler to
sell out, it a reasonable price is offered. This is
an excellent opportunity for auy one who has the
means to back it up. Satisfactory reasons given
for wishing to sell. For further particulars, en
quire on tlie premises, or bv letter to box 428.
Yankton, D. T. J. & J. CAMPBELL
GUNSMITHS.
BLACK HILLERS ATTENTION
WAGNER BROS.,
Proprietors of the
Yankton Gunsmith Shop
Wholesale and lietail Dealers in
Shot Guns, Rifles, Revolvers, &c|
All kinds of Ammunition, Pocket and Table Cut
lery, Fishing Tackle, &c.
Agents for the Victor Sewing Machine for the I
city of Yankton also agents for the Lafliu &
RU)d POWdCr Co# StnrA anrl Rorioir 1iAn
Yankton,
Dakota
FANCY GROCERIES.
C6unselT^^OVELL~
Retail Groceries.
CAPITAL-ST., Bet, SECOND & THIRD
A full stock of choice Cigars and Tobacco al
ways on hand.
GROCERIES.
O. P. HAQE
DEAX.EH IN
STAPLE AND FANCY
THIRD STREET.
YANKTON. DAKOTA
HARDWARE.
RICHEY & DIX
DEALERS IN
HARDWARE, STOVES
AND MANUFACTURERS
or
TINWARE.
Mining Goods
Of Every Description.
An extensive Repairing Department is connect
ed with our establishment.
AGENTS FOR THE
Celebrated Otsego Forks
RICHEY & DIX,
(Sawyer'i Block,)
Third-St.. Yankton D. TI
BEST
Business you can encage in. (6
to 9*0 per day mslde by any
worker of either sex. right in
their own localities. Particulars
and samples worth |i bee. Improve TOUT snare
Ume al this business. Address STIMSOX ft CO
nctiaM. Maine.
Peavey Bros.
A FULL LINE OF
AGRICULTURAL 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 MUXS, fcC., IcC,
THIRD STREET,
Between Capitalist. Jc Douglav-Ave
BRAY & FLETCHER
The Only Complete
Provisions Dealers in Yankton.
A lull line ol choice Groceries. Vegetables ol
all kinds. Flour, Butter and Eggs also a full
assortment of fresli and salt Meats, Fisli, Oys
ters, Sc., &e. In short, everything needed to sat
isfy the appetite of the most fastidious, constant
ly on hand aud for sale at bottom prices.
CASH PAID FOR
Hides and Pelts.
Tobacco and Cigars
THIRD STREET,
(Opposite I'ostofllce,)
Yankton, Dakota
Goods delivered free to any part of the city.
The best and cheapest always oil hand.
GKOCERIES, W. B. VALENTINE
Crockery and Glassware
»*«r
BRAY & FLETCHER.
GROCERIES.
H. E. CUTTINU. J. B. CLOD DAS
1
Store and Repair Shop on
BROADWAY,
GENE & JACK
Cutting & Cloudas
DEALKRSIX
O E I E S
CUTTING & CLOUDAS.
CONTRACTOR
AND
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YANKTON
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DAKOTA
Bakery and Confectionery
B\R
FREDERICK & BAKER.
Hotels, Steamboats. Picnics and Parties fur
nislied on short notice. All orders promptly at
tended to.
We Solicit the Patronage of the
I
CORNER SECOND & PINE STS.,
"OUR WIDE AWAKE BAKERY."
YANK TON DAKOTA.
John Foerster's
SUPERIOR
I BOTTLED LAGER BEER
A N O N
1 Dos. Quart Bottles, Wrapped and La.
beled, tl.H,
1 Dss, Pint Bottle*, Wrapped and Lu
beled, (l.ti,
1 Dos. Quart Bottles, Plain, VI.SO.
1 D*a. Pint Bottles, Plate, Si.OO. J"
Cases and BotHn to bt Returned^
Lean order* at Brewery
3
JMl
•"HI
Hall,
1
--"M is-.
Xhird Street.

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