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SOCIETIES.
i. o.«. v.
Dikota Lodge, No. 1.—Regular meetings on
I'riiliiy evening of unc^ week, ut Odd Fellows
Hall, Sawyer's uloclt.
Humboldt Lodge, (German) No. 5.—ltegulai
meetings on Wednesday evening of each week,
at OddTfellows Hall, Sawyer's block.
Yankton Encampment, No. S.—Kegular meet
ing* on 1st. and 3rd. Monday evening of each
mouth, at Odd Fellows llall, Sawyer's block.
A. r. A. M.
Y&uktou Chanter. No. 1.—Regular {meetings
on llrst and third Wednesdays of each month, at
Masinle llali Sawyer's block. Sojourning coin
paiilons cordially Invited.
No. 1.—Kegular coinmunl
ty evening, on or before full
St. John's iMtlue,
cations on Tuesua
moon of each month, at Masonic Uall, Sawyer
block. Sojourners cordially Invited.
Communications for the lally I'ress and l)a
kotaln, also advertisements, should he handed
in before 2 o'clock p. m.
IjCgal notices intended for the Weekly Pres
and Dakotaian should be handed in not later
than Tuesday evening.
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF MAILS
BY HA1LHOAD.
AKltlVK
15 1% M.
lCastcrn
DKI'AHT
:30 A.
LTV 8TAOK.
4:00 A.M
7 :00
SIHHI^UeM and up river.. 7:00 P. M.
Niobrara
0:00
8
7 :30
4
Sioux Falls 7:00
Pliitttecl 6:00
OlilUlstown, arrives Fridays at 5 I\ M. and de
pails Saturdays at 9 A. M.
Frenclilown, Neb., arrives Tuesdays and Fri
days at 10 A. M. and departs at same days at 1
1\ M.
|«odi, arrives Tuesdays at 12 M. and departs
Wednesdavsat 1 i*. M.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Tobaccos, lSroadwav.
BATES,
JOHN
O.
Clothier, l'ostnflice Block,
Third Street.
I^EkL, I'ONR.tD tc C'O'S linking Powder
Manufactured in Chicago. Sold by all Deal
BKOOKINUS,
W. \V.
Jeueks Hotel.
BRAY
Ileal list ate Dealer.
it FLETllieil.
Meat Market & Pro-
vision Dealers. Capilal-St.
BKAMULE,
BI.ATT
MI.N'Elt fc CO., Wholesale Sro-
eers, Forwarding, Storage, and eneral
Steamboat Agents. l.t'viii'.
BUKLKIGIIProvisions,
\V. A. Jr., Pealcr III Flour, (iraiu
Feed and liroadvvay, lllock.
JORDAN, Family Market,
Broadway. (Stier's old stand).
j^REKNAN tc
tc BUERDORF,
C/
nUDLEYThird
General
Wholesale and Retail.
Grocers,
Broadway.
LOUNSELUIC COVEIX, Dealers in all kinds
ot UroceWjs, Capital Street, between Seeond
aud Third.
^1i rnMi It CLOUDAS, Grocers.
opposite Poslofllee.
Tliird-St
fc HAWI.KV, General Hardware.
Corner and Douglas-St-s.
DAKOTA
HERALD, Democratic Newspaper
published weekly, Taylor Bros. Proprietors
Tliird-St.
niSEMA\, C'HAS. tc CO. General Clothing
•TJ House & Merciiant Tailoring. Broadway.
LHCEMIOR MILL CO. Manufacture Patent
and other brands of Flour, Meal, Feed, &c.
Capital-St., near l.evce.
EDMUNDS tc WVNN, Bankers and Insurance
£i Agents. Broadway.
LMRST NATIONAL BANK. Government De
positary. J. C. MeYay. President. National
Bank Block, Tliird-St.
I^AIILK, P. LU Attorncy-ai-Uiw. Otllcc, Ce
dar-St.. noffli of Third
nERMANIi HOUSE,
Proprietors.
RATZ,
Wallbauin & Becker,
Douglas-Ave.
IJAOE, O. P. Family Grocer. Tliird-St.
near Postottice.
J.JAYWARD, J. p., Ileal Estate and Ixian
Agent, Third St.
JENKINSON,Third
M. H. lee Cream, Fruits and
Groceries, Street.
JOB
PRINTING. Every style, at Press and Da
kotaian.
H. Clothing, Trunks aud Furnishing
Goods Tlilrd-St.
IfADISH,
IV
C. J. Druggist. Pennington's
Block.
LAVENDER,
A.
W. Cash Grocery Housi'
Third Street
LtKBER,
J. Ic H. Dealers in Cordwood.
E E A I
O O
Of
lice between 4th aud Dth on Broadway.
.RJT1
1TA Ornanieiital Painter, Capital .Street,Yan
ton. D.T.
EKRILL, SAMUEL Carriage, and^ Si^n
ItflUSft PURDY, Dl
iVl Notions. Third-St
Druggists, Stationers and
BON, P. A. Jeweler. A foil line of
Watches, Clocks, AC. Repairing done on
short notice. Coates' Block. Third St.
DETERSII
Watches
pEAVEY BROS. Fanning Machinery, Third
Street, near Capital.
pARMER, M. M/Insurance Agent.' Broad'
way. near Third-St.
PEIR
ft LUBBKE,
PILES,and
WISE
Hide and Leather Deal
era. Tliird-St.
I. «r CO.
Dealer in Boots. Shoes, Hals,
Third-St.
Caps Furs.
UIRE9 OF LEGAL BLANKS, At the Press
aud Dakotaian Counting Itoom.
RICIIEYfcDIX,
Hardware Dealers. Yank
ton and Deadwood.
SHANNON
ft WANHABAOOIf, Attorneys-at
Ijiw. Ollice lu Serr'a Block, Corner Hftli ft
Broadway.
OANBORN, J. R. Turnllure Dealer and Man
0 ufacturcr. Thlrd-St., Dewitt's Block.
TYL1R ft NIMKN, Manufacturers of Wau
1 ons and BIIKUICS. Hone-shoeing and all
I nd» ofle pairing
aud Fourth.
Cedarstrpet, between Third
Fiimlsiiini
BROS. Clollilna
(ioods, Dewitl'g Block.
\TAH ATTWERP, eTiF, Cltll Engineer ami
conveyancer. Sawyer's Block, upstairs.
WAGNER,
CHARLES, ..
Dealer in flnecus
CnateV Bttlldllii
torn made Boots Si SIKH'S.
on Broad wav.
ltTAONER BROft. Ounsmlllia aud Dealers
»v in Kin-arm*. Broadway,
\VHITK, N. W. QunsmlUi ami Healer in
,** breams and Musical Inurnment*. (Vdar
Bl. Betwwn Third and Fourth.
IP.
GENERAL.
'be Days Doings ef the Bugmi's
HI?
he NeWs from Russia
Like Twang.
Has
KMPEltOR WILH ELM.
It is hoped that the emperor will shortly
be able to go to Walpelmeshoe, and later in
the year to Weimar and Gutstien.
WARLIKE PREPARATIONS.'
New York, June 21.—Dispatches state
that 15,000 Russians have arrived at San
Stefano from Odessa, and that the Russians
arc concentrating at Shumla and Varna.
The English government is sending heavy
reinforcements to the Cape of Good Hope.
BPOItTING.
London, June 21.—At Ascot to-day the
Alexandria plate was won by Vernevil.
SUSPENDED.
The certificate of Captain Ilolmes, who
commanded the passenger steamer Idaho
when she was wreckcd, lias been suspeuded
for six months.
WILL THE CONGRESS FAIL?
Berlin, June 21.—A messenger has gone
to S'. Petersburg, it is said, to report to the
czar the' progress of negotiations, which are
taking a different course from what Russia
expected, owing mainly to a fresh reap
proachment between England and Austria,
which it appears render further concessions
on the part of Russia necessary.
WHERE RUSSIA HAS PUT DOWN 1IER FOOT.
New York, June 21.—A Berlin dispatch
says that Schouvaloff has informed the con
gress that Russia is determined to stand on
the Anglo-Russian agreement, and will not
treat on any other basis, nor mske further
concessions.
THE QKEtiARIAN CALLENDAIt.
London, June 21.—The Gregarian Calen
dar is likely to be adopted in the Russian
council of state, and the ministers have
been using the old and new styles.
PREPARING FOR THE WORSE.
The Russians are fortying Rododfo, evi
dently contriving every means to gain a
firm hold on Bulgaria, and preparing to
hold, if need be agaiust all adversaries.
The meeting of the congress rather in
creased than abated their activity in that
resjiect.
THE SCHOUVALOFF-SALI6BURY MEMORAN­
DUM.
The conservative members of the parlia
ment will consider the action to be taken by
the parliament in reference to the cabinet
policy in accepting the Schouvaloff—Salis
bury memorandum, to which the'eonserva
live arc generally hostile.
WASHINGTON
THE POTTER INVESTIGATIKO COMMITTEE.
The Putter invettigating committee met
to-day. Mr. Morrison presiding in tbc sb
sence of Mr. Potter.
Capt. Thomas A. Jencks, of New Or
leans, was examined by Representative
Reed, lie testified Ibat In 1870 his resi
dence was In East Feliciana parish, bad the
pestion of U. S. deputy marshal, and waa
appointed by Marshal Plcken. The repub
licans la the parish hid told witness that
they were afraid to regUter their names on
account of intimidation.
At this point, Mr. McMahon inquired if
Jenks was the witness cslled at the instance
of Sherman. Reed replied he was, where
upon McMahon said be objected to any
question being put relating to affairs in East
Fillcian parish except what materally af
fect -d Sherman, and that the qncbtion
whether or not Sherman wrote the so-call
ed Sherman letter should be decided before
this witness gave bis testimony regarding
intiinidatiou which was experienced by the
republicans in Eist Fillcian parish.
A long discussion ensued, the republicans
taking the ground that they had been en
deavoring since the organization of the com
mittee to ascertain the proposed scope of the
investigation, during which Morrison slated
that Sherman had requested that one hun
dred witnesnes be subpoenaed by the
•ub-committee who are to visit I^JU"
isiana, the members of which have
not ret been formerly announced, to testify
with rstotsM to the intimidation that ex
isted, and that it was his (Morrison's) isten
kioa
at the peofer tiase to ssk the easamil-
e^fciifisSstg^A
a War
-1
Ruisia and England Concentrating Urge Bodies
ol Troop*.
Progress of the Investigation Btfbrn the
I'otter Committee.
FOREIGN.
SOCIALISM IN GERMANY.
Berlin, June 21.—Agitation continue!
about the measure* the government favors
for the repression of the McinlisU, and news
papers are continually reporting arrests. An
examining magiatrate of one Berlin court
said recently that aa far as the investigation
had proceeded, (here was not the least rea
son to suppose that Nobiling was connected
with the social democrats.
VANKTON, DAKOTA TERRITORY. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 21, 1878.
tee to refuse to hear statements of the wit
nesses regarding intimidation in that state.
McMahon finally withdrew liia objection.
Witness retold the old story of intimida
tion which Mr. McMahon again objecUd,
and another discussion ensued.
At the suggestion of Mr. Cox, witness was
allowed to proceed, with the understanding
that a future meeting will decide whether
the testimony relating to intimidation wonld
be accepted or stricken ont
Witness produced a letter written by Jar.
E. Anderson, requesting that he forward to
Anderson the original list given by witness
to General Augur, of the 19 murder com
mitted in East Felicina parish.
Anderson told witness that the democrats
attacked him, and he thought his clerk in
stigated the attack. The Anderson protest
in Sherman's report, which Anderson here
tofore testified was not the document he had
signed, and claiming it had been altered, was
the document Anderson signed and swore
to before Judge Campbell. Anderson re
quested witness to make affidavit that he,
Anderson, was intoxicated when he signed
that paper, but witness refused he was per
fectly sober. Several months afterward An
derson came to witness and wanted him to
make a statement to the effect that he, An
derson, had never signed the protest, and
had the document written by himself, to that
effect Anderson told witness that Major
Burke had offered him several thousand dol
lars, and a position if he would go back on
his protest.
Witness was asked what he knew of the
so-called Sherman letter, and stated that
the first he knew about llie Sherman letter
was on the 0th of January last, when it was
Marshal Pitkin in conversstlon. Never
saw a letter written by Mr. Sherman to any
one about the election of 1876.
TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.
New York, June 21.—C. N. T. Dare,
manufacturer of children's carriages, has
suspended. Liabilities §72,000.
New York, June 21.—Geo. M. Martin,
for several years a postoffice clerk, was ar
rested for robbing registered letters.
Philadelphia, June 21.—Connor-), Dough
erty, Oilman and Otis, the Scituate safe rob
bers, were to-day sentenced to long terms of
imprisonment, and Jennie Walters, their
associate to 5 years.
Cincinnati, June 21.—Perry Bowshe-,
who murdered an aged toll-gaU keeper ai.d
his wife on the Circleville Pike, a short dis
tal ce from Chillicothe, last October, was
hung this morning.
New York, June 21.—Ex-Gov. Swann,
of Maryland, and Mrs. John R. Thompson,
widow of United Stitcs Senator Thompson,
of New Jersey, were married in Princeton
yesterday. Mrs. Swan is a sister of Samuel
Ward, of Washington, and eister-in-law of
Speaker Randall, who gave away the bride.
Chicago, June 21.—A special from Paris,
III., eays: John Burns was hanged there
at 1 p. m. for the murder of Elijah Bird
well, cn the 20th of October last. Burns
was a reckless'hardened man.and'met death
with coolness amounting to bravado. He
was pronounced dead in seven minutei after
the fatal drop.
Chicago, June 21.—At 10:20 this morning
Jeremiah Connolly and Geo. Sherry were
banged at the county jail for the murder of
Hugh McConville. oa January 19 last. The
men were quiet and composed, and spent the
laat few lliinutca of their lives in silent
prayer. They shuddered visibly at the read
ing of their death wariant, and the placing
of the rope about their necks, but paid close
attention to the words of Father Donley,
who was present upon the scaffold. The
trap was a plain drop, and when it was
sprung the bodies dangled in the air with
but slight struggles. There were no speech
es and no accidents their necks were bro
ken by the fall, and life was pronounced ex
tinct in seven minutes. In fifteen minutes
the bodies were cut down, and delivered to
their friends.
CURRENT OPINION.
We could wish tliaPStanlej Matthews
were leas of an ass and more of a mule.
Anderson crushed to earth will not rise
•gain—there's the difference.
"Revolution! never go backward," it is
true but some of the democratic revolution
ists feel like "going back" on their revolu
tion— Washington Republican (Rep.)
The plan to start for Paris a congressional
party in United States governmentsliip is
earnestly advocated by all who realize the
true rottenness of our navy. Hartford
Oonrant (Rep.)
In the seventh congressional (Mass.) dis
trict public interest is divided between two
questions, viz: "After Ben. Butler what?"
and "What is Ben. Butler after 7"—Lowell
Courier (Rep)
Somehow the republican state convention
of Michigan forgot that R. B. Haye* was
president of the United States, the Potter
investigation to the contrary notwithstand
ing, but no aHusion whatever is made to
that fact.—Chicago Tribune.
Eli Perkins is reported to
.have last a good
deal of flesh since Jim Anderson began to
air his mendacity in Washington. To lapse
into arithmetical vernacular:
Perkins Anderson 0: 100.
—SL Louis Journal (Rep.).
The Springfield Republican thinks the re
frain of Stanley Matthews' musing* must
be like the miserable, yet poetic, Dutch
man's
When 1 dinks ot vat I ant
And vat I nsed to vas,
I dinks I've drawed uyeelf avay
1
tlUMt (undent eMae." ..
tt?
THE CONFIRMATION AT TAMft.
A Currripondeat raralshes an icetusl
at llu CereaMMjr.
YANKTON, D.T., June 21, '78.
Editori Press & Dakotaun:
Accepting a seat In the commodious con
veyance of Judge Rossteuscher yesterday
morning, I started at 7 o'clock for Tabon
Bon Homme county, the place selected for
holding the confirmation services of the
Catholic church. A large stone church has
been built since my last visit, and a brick
residence for their resident priest. The
latter position is filled by a native of Bohe
mia, a scholarly man, and an ornament to
the settlement The road to Tabor, which
is in Bon Homme county, 18 miles north
west of Yankton, runs through one of the
finest agricultural section tin the territory,
and but a short six years ago this entire re
gion was a wilderness
It is seldom in this new country that the
true believers have an opportunity offered
them of paying their respects to a dignitary
of the Roman church, and the visits of a
bishop for the purpose of confirmation have
heretofore been few and far between. The
reception given Bishop Ireland was heart
felt and impressive, and over two hundred
people were present to welcome him to the
home of an ancient race in a new country,
We arrived- »t the church jast as the proces
sion was forming be'oic the priet-l's house
preparatory to ent«rin» the cliurcli. The
procession was participated in by over eight
hundred people, and it was npossible for
more than half of theoi !o secure even
standing room in the church. After the
celebration of mass the congregation filed
out of the church and the rite of confirmation
was administered in the church yard, east of
the church. The ceremonies were imposing,
and it was affecting to see these peoplei
who have given up their civil rulers in the
old world, and entered into the spirit of re
publicanism in the new, thus redeeming
their vows made in youth to their ancient
church, and to iheir God. Between three
and four hundred people received the rite of
confirmation, and it wonld seem to an ob
server tl.at the Ruler of the Universe must
look with favor upon a work that meets with
»uch success.
After the ceremonies of the church, which
lasted about two hours, were closed, the
members of the congregation, together with
their friend*, joined in expressing their joy
at the success that had attended their efforts,
and for a number of hours nothing was
heard but an expression of joy and exulta
tion.
Among the Yankton people present, I
would mention Judge Rossteuscher and fam
ily, Mr. Kadish, Mr. and Mrs. Lyon, Mr.
and Mrs. Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. Griffin,
Sheriff Baker, Mr. Schandein and others.
At three o'clock we tarted for home, very
well pleased with our trip. And we must
say in closing, that during our entire stay in
Tabor, not one act of impropriety was com
mitted, and that though friendship and good
feeling was o'ten pledged in the foaming
glass, the rule of temperance and not of total
abstinence was observed. For one, I look
forward with interest to the next confirma
tion day at Tabor. R.
PROBATE NOTICE.
TERRITORY OF DAKOTA, I In Probate
COUNTY
OF VANKTOX,
CIAI.
J"5- Court.
In tht Matter of the Appointment of at Adtnin
Utrator of the Estate of Severt Baaker, De
decuett:
\I7"HEREAS, Everett E. Hudson, a creditor of
VY the above named Severt llaaker, deceased
has this day filed his petition iu this court, prat
ing that tetters of administration upoh the es
tate of llie said Severt Haaker. deceased, may
be granted to William 1). KusselL
how therefore, notice is hereby given, that
the said application will be heard at a special
term of tlie Probate Court in and for said Yank-
ton county, which is ap|ointed to be held at the
Probate Court room, iu tne City of Yankton, in
said County, on Saturday
.the twenty-second day
of June, A. D, 1878, at teu o'clock a. m. of that
day.
Dated Yankton, I). T., June 6,1878.
[Seal of Probate.
Court.] L. COXGLETOX,
Judge of the Probate Court in and for Yankton
County, D. T.
IX BANKRUPTCY.
DISTRICT COURT
OK THR
STATES
TJNITKII'
FOKTHB
SKCOND JUDI- in
DISTRICTOF DAKOTA TER- Bunkruplcy
HITORY.
In the Matter of Putnam Bender, Bankrupt*
Second Judicial District I
of Dakota Territory. I
'PHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, Thaton the Tenth
A (lo) day ot June, 1878, a warrant of Bank
ruptcy was issued out of the district court of the
United Srates tor tlie second judicial district of
Dakota Territory, against the firm of Putnam &
Bender, of Elk Point, in the county of Union, in
said district, adjudged bankrupts, on debtors pe
tition That the payment of any debts and the
delivery of any property belonging to such bank
rupt firm, to tlieni, or for their use, and the
transfer of any property by them, are forbidden
by law and tuat a meeting of the creditors of
said bankrupt firm, to Drove their debts and to
choose one or more assignees ef their said estate,
will be held at a court ot bankruptcy, to be hold
en at Yankton, D. T.. In the office ot Moody &
Smith, before G. C. Moody, Esq., Register in
Bankruptcy, for said district, on the 29th day of
June, A. D, 1878, at 10 o'clock a. in.
JOHN B. RAYMOND.
V. S. Marshal for said District.
CITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION.
De It
not red by the Mayor and City Council of
the Vity of Tantton:
SHCTIOX 1ST. That It is.and Is hereby declared
necessary, thst a sidewalk should be const ructeil
on tlie east side of Cedar street. In the eilvof
Yankton, as follows: Commencing on Third
street, on the northeast corner of Third and Ce
dar streets thence along Mie east side of Odar
street to tlie
south side
ot Fourth street, the same
being in front of and along the west side of lots
numbered 1,«, S. 4.5. e,7. 8 #. of Mock num
bered 36, in the towu of Yankton. D. T.
SKCTIOX
2D. Said sidewalk skall be construct­
ed of wood, be four feet In width, and be in all
respects made ot the material, and In the man
ner provided by the ordinance ot said city, and
Uie outer edge of said rtdawalk skall be laid four
feet from tlie curb Uneol *add street.
SECTION SO. That this reeotatloa shall be pub
IWted for four eoaeeeuttve week* in Unofficial
el Mid (My el Yaakfcw, D. T.
ifncif!
£prrtal gtfiat.
GIRL WANTED.
,'r:
ft
A Rirl, competent to do general housework,
will And a place by applying at.this office.
TO RENT.
Furnished rooms to rent at reasonable rates.
coriicr of Second arid Linn streets.
FOR SALE
House, and lot 23xlS0 feet, on Broadway, foi I
8059. Perfect title given. F. WIXSOJ*
WANTED.
A second-hand farm wagon. "Will either pur-1
chase or hire till November Orst, Address, with
terms, A. B. C.
Press and Dakotaian Office.
TAKEN DP.
By John lVilTe-, in Lakeport township, Yank- I
ton county, 1), T„ March 30, A. D. 1878, one red
Steer, white on shoulders, supposed to be two
years o!d. G. W. ltOBERTS,
Justice of the Petce.
FOR SALE.
The property on the corner of Second and
Walnut streets, known as the White Estate."
For further particulars, inquire of
GEO. H. HAND.
FOR SALE-THE YANKTON IRON WORKS.
Wishing to retire from the business, we offer to
sell out. If a reasonable price is offered. This is
an excellent opportunity for any one who has the
means to back it up. Satisfactory reasons given
for wisiiinifto sell. For further particulars, en
quire on the premises, or by letter to box 428.
ankton, 1). T. J. & J. CAMPBKLU
TO DELINQUENT TAX-PAYERS.
The advertisement for delinquent county tax
es will shortly commence. Parties who do not
like to see their names among such delinquents,
will save cost by paying immediately.
SEAI.ED
FR. SCHKAUBER,
Co. Treasurer.
PROPOSALS FOR HAY.
OFFICE CHIFFC. S„ DEPAHTM'TOF DAKOTA,
St. Paul, Minn., June 20,1878.
PROPOSALS, in duplicate, with a
copy of this advertisement attached, will be
received at this offlce, and by the Acting Assist
ant Commissaries of Subsistence at each of the
posts named, until o'clock M., July 9th, 1878,
for furnishing such Hay as may be required by
the Subsistence Department, U. S. Army, accord
ing to usual conditions, copies of which aud of
blunk forms on which to make proposals will be
It must be good Prairie Hay, cut this year,
properly cured, delivered and securely stacked
at tlie posts named, before September 15.1878.
M. K. MOliGAN. Major aud C. S.
BEST
business you can engage in. $5 I
to 830 per day made by any I
worker of either sex, right in I
their own localities. Particulars I
and samples worth $5 free. Improve your spare
time at tills business. Address STissex & Co
Portland, Maine.
FURNITURE.
P. L. LINDHOLM.
Manufacturer and Dealer
FURNITURE
OF ALL KIN'DS,
Mirrors, Bedding, Mattresses,
LOUNGES, PICTURE FRAMES, TC.
A Full Line of
UNDERTAKER'S GOODS
always on haud. Repairing promptly done, and
work warranted to give satisfaction.
P. L. LINDHOLM,
Burleigh's Block, Broad way
GRAIN, &C.
Wilcox
I
Williams
GRAIN DEALERS.
Also a fulljine of
FARMING IMPLEMENTS
Bain's Celebrated Wagons,
—FAB* AUD FREIGHT^-
Minnesota Chief Thresher
"NEW MANNY"
Reaper and Mower
PATENT
SPRING STEEL BEAM PLOWS.
(:[•«, fto., As., to. fy
Second and Mulberry Sts.
VV can make money taster at work for us than
II at anything else. Capital not required we
\0 will start you. $Mal home made by the
industrious. Men, women, boys and girts
wanted everywhere to work tor us. Now Is tile
time. Costly outfit and terms free. Addre»
Titun ft Co., Augupta Maine.
$66?
week In yopr own town. «5 Outfit
free. Wo
Ask.
bustni
A is-*j£tt "/Its*
If ron want
at which persons of either
sex can make great uay all the time
^^ww^w^j^.partfculara to HAIXXTT
Number 49.
Peavey Bros.
VI
A FULL LIKE OF
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
CELEBRATED
LA BELLE WAGON
NICHOLS, SHEPARD A CO'8
THRESHERS.
TRIUMPH WIND MILLS, FCC., ICC.
THIRD STREET,
Between Capltal-St.fc Donglav-Ave
BRAY & FLETCHER
The Only Complete
Provisions Dealers in Yaakton.
A full line of choice Groceries,
all kinds. Flour, Butter and
assortment of fresli and salt
ters, &c.. Sc. In short, everyt
isfy the appetite of the most fastii
liana an
ly on hand and for sale at bottom prices.
1
furnished upon application to this office, or to the
Commissary at any of the post? named, as fol
lows
Fort Buford, D. T.. 350 tons, ot 2,000 lbs each.
Fort Sisseton, D. T., 65 tons of 2,000 Its each.
Lower Brule Agency, 1. T., HO tons, of 2,000 Its!
each.
Cutting & Cloudas
DEALKBS IN
O E I E S
I Tobacco and Cigars
THIRD STREET,
(Opposite Postoffice.)
Yankton, Dakota
Goods delivered tree to any pait of the city.
Tlie best and cheapest always on hand.
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£m iwm-?
y-.- -UtLn^Si £.
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ijf
E I E
REAPER&MOWER
McDERMOTT
RIDING CULTIVATOR.
McDERMOTT
WALKING CULTIVATOR.
Polo Harvester.
CASH PAID FOR ,f
Hides and Pelts. I
BRAY & FLETCHER.
GROCERIES.
H. E. CUTTING. .1. B. CLOUDAS
GENE & JACK
CiUTTIHU fc CLOPPAS.
W. B. VALENTINE
CONTRACTOR
AND
I E
YANKTON DAKOTA
Bakery and Confectionery
BY
FREDERICK & BAKER.
Hotels, Steamboats, Picnics and Parties fur
nished on short notice. All orders promptly at
tended to.
We Solicit the Patronage of the
I
CORNER SECOND & PINE STS..
"OUR WIDE AWAKE BAKERY."
YANKTON. DAKOTA. !t
John FoersteKs
SUPERIOR
BOTTLED LAGER BEER
A N O N
it
If*
Vegetables ot
also a full
Fisli, Oys
needed to sat
[ous, constant-
i:
1
fc
1 D*a. Quart »eHli«. Wrapped and La
beled, •l.TJ.
1 DM. Ptat lillleii Wrapped a ad La-
1 Mas. Qaart ktttN, nala. ll.N.
1 DM. Pint •stllM.TiMa, IIM.
ja
CasM anJ MtM te ba Returned.
Um Mton
I Hi
I Iij-|
Bnwerj
Hail, XhM 8Hwt.

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