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sfcKHWilf-c Hoi ".k if' p- t- .•iSr i\, 3 $h Wholesale and Retail Sealers in GROCERIES, it PROVISIONS, Wines, Liquors & Cigars. Stone's Block, 0pp. Jencks Hotel, Yankton, ... Dakota. la WINES AND LIQUORS. Adler & Ohlman j| 1 WHOLESALE YANKTON of I lie best brands offered at prices acknow-1 ledged reasonable. IMPORTED WINES Old Port FLOUR AND FEED. DRY GOODS, &C. •r.n. Buj^uucir. BUBLEIQH Bros. WUtoM1!A Bttall Dealers la. Flour, &«VS# 4. *V |L, .did Hirim* For SAIC Extra 8herry Fine Claret Never so Cheap In this Market. We are especially prepared to fill orders for I auy quantity of Wines. Liquors, Cigars and To-1 baccos, and guarantee better prices to dealeis I than any house In the Northwest ADLER & OHLMAN. Drugs, Paints, Oil —AND— GLASS. James Vick's Seeds, Picture Frames, And also the Wonderful Galvanic Pen. Writes with water, etc, at ItEFF'S BROADWAY STOBE, Two doors south of Max's Dry Goods Store JOB AND BOOK PRINTING. THE PRESS AND DAKOTAIAN JOB AND BOOK Printing Establishment Pamphlet Printing a Specialty Letter Heads* Note Heads, .Bill Heads, Tacs, Monthly Statements and .#r,X Business Cards. Fifty Biylsyi if all CoUrs Circulars.Co. Bonds 6 Bank Checks BOWIN St KKVOCBUST PMPI M. A. BIGFORD, Agent, St* Paul, Minnesota 7M ir orinj xcbaDge forGrmin. lurieigh's Block, Broadway, (Between 3d 3d Streets.) 4- Goods delivered to all parts of the elty free of charge. Special Attention to Outside Order* I J. E. BRUCE & CO., I DEALERS DAKOTA! SUMMER ANNOUNCEMENT TO DEALERS We lmre ill Stock, SCIILITZ MILWAUKEE BEEB Shipped to us in Refrigerator Cars and stored in our new wareroonis built expressly tor the BOOO GOODS' purpose. Tills beer has been kept at the uniform temperature of 38o Fahrenheit since leaving the manufactory. In kegs, half barrels and bottles, guaranteed genuine and first class. Also, 150,000 Cigars Jill Vr Grain & Provisions. 1 Ladies' Furnishing Goods Merchants Block, FURNITURE. JR. SANBORN Wholesale and Retail Dealer in FURNITURE, MATTRESSES MIRBOBS Upholstered Goods UNDERTAKER'S GOODS, Dewitt's Blook, HOTELS. GERIVytNlA HOUSE Douglas Ave., near Third St., A N O N A O A WALLBAUM & BECKER, Props. This house Is the headquarters for traveler* and immigrants. Good sublime. ESTABLISHED 1869! Ice Delivery. FRED SCHNAUBER, PROPRIETOR. Leave orders at C. J. Radish's Drug Store, or at the Court House. JEWELRY. P. A. PETERSON JEWELER, At Coates' Drug Store, Third-St, YANKTON, D. T. A full line of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry of the finest and best patterns constantly on hand. Repairing done under the personal supervision of Mr. Peterson, who has given 25 years to the HARDWARE. RICHEY & DIX DEALERS IN HARDWARE, STOVES AND UANUFACTUBKBS OF TtNWARB. Mining Goods Of very Descrijrtlsn. An extensive Repairing Department Is connect ed with our establishment. AGENTS FOB THE Celebrated Otsego Forks RICHEY A -.I* Third-St.. Yankton D. lit congleton,| DEALER IN Third-St DAKOTA. YANKTON DRUGS AND MEDICINES C. J. KADISH Wholesale sal Retail IS AND DEALEB IN PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES WINDOW GLASS, I Wall Paper, ip Blank Booka School Books, Stationery -Satisfactory Prices TBBD STBEET, (Next door to Postofllce,) Yankton, §»UjjQtm and nfeotaian ~YANKTON, DAKOTA. F&fty Evening, June 21,1878. mnrte IThe Daily Press and DakOtaiftOJc. mJ Iv I ra. is Office ou Third Street, between Broadway and Cedar—Duffack's Block. BOWEN ft KINGSBURY, Publishers, The wheat yield of the western states for 11878 la estimated at three hundred and I eleven million bushela. The raging Missouri Is creating great dis I tress at Omaha. The Union Pacific shops and smelting works are in danger. Isaac Pendleton, one of the earliest set tlers of Sioux City, is prominently men tioned as the republican candidate for con' I gress from the Oth Iowa district. He Is just the man for the position and well de I serves the honor. A threatened outbreak of the Chippewa Indians In Wisconsin is causing trouble among the Badgers. Gov. Smiih has call ed upon Gen. Sheridan for assistance. It is reported that Sitting Bull has beem tam pering with the Chippewa*. The Press and Dakotaian stands correct ed. The Dakota Republican of the 20th states that "Hon. W. K. Hollenbeck in forms us that the Press and Dakotaian is in error in setting him down as "an ardent Dewey man." He says that he is now, and always has been, a Kidder man, and that be has never said anything anywhere to war rant anybody In coming to a different con clusion. One of the most important matters bear ing on the prosperity of Tankton is the condition of the roads leading Into the city from the irroundlng country. It is a sub |jectgerm,i' to the objects for which the chamber vi commerce was instituted and that body -hould have a committee whose duties sh juld be to gather information re specting the highways and suggest im provements to the proper authorities, where Improvements are needed. The Jim tiver road should have prompt attention. No one can reasonably doubt that Dako ta is gaining rapidly in population th'a year. Already four new counties hsve been organized since the opening of spring, to-wit: McCook, Deuel, Grant and Cod ington, and as many more may be asking an organization within two or three months. Concerning the influx of settlers to Mc Cook county the Dakota Republican of the 30th has this item: "Two young men stopped at the Dakota house a few d»y» this week who had been locating claims in McCook county. They claim that over two-thirds of that county is now taken by actual settlers, all of whom will be on their homesteads before cold weather sets in. This county lies north of Turner and west of Minnehaha, embraces the head waters of the Vermillion river and is one of the best counties in the teriitory." IOWA PliATFOBM. Iowa has been the banner republican state for twenty years, and the declarations of Us republican state convention are en titled to consideration as a basis upon which republicans should claim the suffrages of the people. In the state convention which met at Des Moines on the 19th, a declara tion of principles was adopted which affirms in substance. First—That the United States of Amer ica is a nation, not a league. Second—Demanding equal rights for every voter, south or north, white or black and condemning the intimidation which gained the democratic victories in many of the southern states Third—Protection to every citizen in ail sections of the union in his civil, political personal and property rights. Fourth—Demanding the rig&t of citizens of one state to remove to another and to be protected in all the rights of citizenship. Fifth—Declaring that the war of the re bellion was a conflict between right and wrong, good government against anarchy, patriots against traitors, wherein the repub lican party was the champion of right and go«d government, and whoever fails to comprehend its character in this light is incapable of understanding palpable facts, and he who treats with the democratic par ty from any other standpoint than as the enemy of good government will be over whelmed with dlsaater. Sixth—Granting to the soldiers and sall ora who fought the battlea of the union, apeclal credit for heroism and for their un selfish devotion to the cause of liberty. Seventh—Opposes lawlessness in what ever form it may appear. Eighth—Indorsing the financial policy of the republican party which haa demonstrat ed ita wisdom by its results. Ninth—Denouncing the efforts of south ern democrats to obtain recognition and payment of rebel war claims. Tenth—Commending the honesty of re publican management of the public funds, which the closest investigation on the part of the democracy baa completely vindicat ed. Eleventh—Favoring a tarifi for revenue. Twelfth—•enouncing the Potter Inveati gation as mischievoua and unwarranted, and affirming the constitntionalty of the present incumbents title to the presidency. Thirteenth—Denouncing the efforts of the democratic party to cripple the preaent army, and charging, that Its object Is to procure a reorganization in which n-rebcla ou obtain cMsaakaaions. Fourteenth—Disapproving of the policy which would prohibit any cUbea from tak ingan active put In political aflUn. Sixteenth—and 8c*ont«enth—Demanding rigid economy in public expenditures and the faithful discharge of official duties. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS. A daily stage 1 ins will be" started next week between sioux Falls and Cameron by M. Bergen, PUBLISHED »£rA EVERY EVENING KXUKiTING SUNDAYS TURKS OP SUBSCRIPTION Per Week, ascts Per Month, «l Per Year, 10 movement is on foot at Swan Lake to move the Catholic church, now located two miles north of that place, into town. movemei Thirty persons were confirmed at the Catholic-church,- near- John .Morrison's, Clay county, Tuesday, by Bishop Ireland, of SI. Paul. A majority of the papers necessary for organising a temple of honor in Sioux Falls have arrived, including a charter. When the remainder reach there from New York, the temple will be started, twenty-four mem bers having already been secured. Some of the eitisens of McCook county, according to the Sioux Falls Pantsgraph, who are dissatisfied with the recent organi zation have called an indignation meetfag for next Saturday evening, at Mr. Eevitt's house, two miles south of the centre of the county. A mail route has been established from Gayville to Oakdale, service twice a week. The Dakota Republican says an effort will be made to extend the route from Oakdale to Swan Lake, at an early day. This would give mail facilities to a large number in the northwest portion of Clay and the south west part of Turner counties, who now have to go six to ten miles to reach a postoffice. A delegation of citizens from Elk Point and Vermillion reoently visited North bend with the view of ascertaining the feasibility of changing the channel of the Missouri river by digging a ditch across the bend. It was estimated by the party that a ditcli three feet deep, four feet wide and three hundred rods long would do the business. Three thousand dollars would cover the ex pense. Sioux Falls Pantagraph: This forenoon some boys were plaring with fire-crackers near the haystack adjoining Frank Van de Mark's barn. The hay caught fire and the flames spread to the barn, consuming it and its contents, also a couple of pigs in a pen adjacent. Iu the loft of the barn were stored a number of kitchen utensils. Mr, Van de Mark was absent in the country at the time, so his team and harness escaped. The loss probably $100 Last Monday night about half-past 10 o'clock, C. K. Howard's slaughter-house/situated about a mile west of town, caught fire from the furnace and burned to the ground, consuming also the contents, comprising a lot of hides, tallow and lard, seventy-five bushels of corn snd other property. The total loss is between $800 and $900, on which there is insurance amounting to $500 in the St. Paul Fire and Marine. The fire did not at all interfere with the market in supplying meat, the customers being served as usual. ITEMS. The music of the street—cobbles—tones. The cities of the Isnd now hold one-fifth of its population. Anderson used to set typi in Baltimore and "soldier" for "fat takes." Glove flirtations are now added to those of the fan and handkerchief. It's safe to believe nothing you see in the newspapers about me.—[B. Butler. June has all the charms that in other clime are spread over the whole'season. It is estimated that about $14,000,000 of fractional currency has been lost or destroy ed. "Hendricks." cays Mr. Tilden, "is prett well physically, but he limps with his brain." General Butler aeems to think it is a good time to empty his hat of those delayed bricks. Governor Wade HamDton haa bought a cottage at Salem, Pa., and will aummer there. What is the diffeynce between a row on the river and a row on the river If there is any difference it dose not appear in print. A Boston paper is mesn enough to say that Gait Hamilton must ever remember that she was born to ride sideways on a horse. The New York Sun says that tbe pres ence of mail guests in the Stewart hotel has put all tbe feminine boarders in good humor. Tbe man who said that there Is a tide ia the afiairs of men is usually accredited with the name of Shakespeare, but be was really Noah, and he took it at the flood. Congressman Blackburn has a big mous tache. He ekes out the moustache by lte ting his side whlskera help it to droop magnificently down the side of his cheek. When Myra Clark Gaines sees a man pick up anything in the street she shouts "halves ["pounces on him, and he is lucky If he gets away |lth enough of his treaaure trove to remember it by. A Quincy auctioneer assaulted a hypo thecary of that city the other day. but the medicine man was too alopatbic for the salesman, who waa knocked down and drug out with great promptneaa and unanimity. It takes a drug clerk of broad judgment and liberal views, and a calm, atatemanlike control ol bis features, to know bow to give a citizen the right kind of syrup In his sods water when tbe citizen'a wife says she will take tbe same as her husband. It was a precious good thing for Noah there were no modern arka afloat at the time he made his voyage. Had there been then wouldn't have been room in all the limitless waste of water for them to have paased each other safely, and one or tbe other must have gone down. •omn coma If there is any luxury more generally appreciated than another.it is GOOD COP PER. Few persons can roast coffee well, and to meet this want Mesara. Bell, Con rad St Co., Chicago, have imported and rosted a coffee called ANKOIUA, which is the neareat approach to Java of any heretofore offered to consumers. It is not glazed Is brittle, and will grind easily. Your grocer haa the goods for sale, as also the famous PBKRLESa BAXIXO FOWDBR, made by the same Ann. Ask him for Urns and obtain the beat goods in the world. VEGETINE is RECOMMENDED BY ALL Physicians. VAM.KV STltUiW, Quoi'iisCo., Long Island. N \. Hit. II. It. STKVENS Dear Sir:— 1 take tlic pleasure of wrltliyj ou a small certlllcaU- coHwniliia by you. 1 have been a sullerer »1th the »s ueiuiu for over forty years, and have bai. tiie Chronic Diarrhoea tor over six months, ami !haw tried most every tiling: wiia given up to uie.aiui Uid nitjMtpect WjWe troWoay cimij iuu'nowaw3l woinan ami restored to 1®I[J®®' health. All,who are aQUcted .with ttiis fciTible disease I-woutd kindly, roebnunendto Jtry It for (lie beiiellt of their health, and it is excellent as ablood uurlfler. By Dr. T. ». FOBBKS, 11. D., for MRS. WM. H. FORBES VKOKTINS.—When the blood becomes lifeless and stagnant, either from change of weather or of climate, want Of exerctoe. Irregular diet, or from any other canse, the -VnowrfN* will renew the blood, carry oil the putrid humors, cleanse the stomach, regulate tho bowels, aud Impart a tone of vigor to the whole body. ~'S VEDETINE For CANCERS and CANCEROUS. HUMORS. The Doctor's Certificate. ., Kind It ASHI.KV, Washington Co., III., .Tan 14,1878. Mil. II. It. STKVEXS ar Sir.-—Tlila la to ccrtify tliat I had been suiter inn from a Itose Cancer on my right breast, which grew very rapidly, and all my friends had given me up to die. wheu I heard of your niedi clue, Vegeiine, recommended for Caucer ami Cancerous Humors. I commenced to take it, and soon found myself beginning to feel better my health and spirits botli felt the benign Influence which it exerted, and in a few months from tlic time I commenced the use of tiie Vegetine, the Uancer came out almost bodily. CAltlUK DKFOltHEST I certify that I am perfectly acquainted with Mrs. DePorrest, and consider her one of onr very best women. Dlt. S. II. FLOWERS ALL DISEASES OP THE BLOOD.—If Vegetine will relieve pain, cleanse, purify, and cure sucli diseases, restoring the patient to perfect health, after trying different suffering for years, is you are a sufferer, you can be cured? Why is this medicine performing sucli great cures? It works in the blood. In the circulating fluid. It can truly be called the Great Blood Puriller. The great source of disease originates in the blood and no medleine that does not act directly upon it, to purify and renovate, has any just claim up on public attention. VEBETINE I Regard it as a Valuable A I E I I N E JAXR.VKY 1, 187B. Mn. li. R. STEVENS -.— Dear Sir:—I take pleasure In saying I hat Iliuv used the \'egetine in my family with good re suits, and 1 have known of several eases of re markable cure effected by it. 1 regard it us valuable family medicine. Truly yours, REV. WM. MCDONALD. Tiie Rev. Wm. McDonald is well known through the United States us a minister in the M. E. ('Inircli. THOUSANDS SPEAK—Vegetine Is acknowl edged und recommended by physicians and apothecaries to be the best puriller aud cleanser of the blood yetdiscovered, and thousands speak in its praise who have been restored to health. VEGETINE a I MB. H. R. STEVKNS Dear Sir:—I have sold Vegetine for a long time, and lind It rives most excellent satisfac tion. S. B. DK PRIKST, M. D„ Druggist Hazli'lnii, I lid. VEGETINE Prepared by H. R. STEVENS, Boston, Mass Vegetine is Sold by All Druggists New Advertisements. FITS E I E S (FALLING SICKNESS, POSITIVELY CURED, the worst cases of the longest standing, by using Dr. Hebbard's Cure. HUMBUG." IT HAS CURED THOU SANDS. Will clve #1,000 for a case It will not benefit. A Sample Bottle free to all ad dressing J. E. DIBBLEE, Chemist, Otlicc 1,328 Broadway, New York. SWEET Ml HAY1 wvdM ftfetatarte at Ontannlal Eipo»ltk!i fo. |N« dtarfiif MONKM tad txctitam cftar* aekr wmtning **d Jknoring. Ik* twrt tobMeo ever nidi. AM oar bla« atrip trtde-msrk it eUma imitated on inferior rood*, IN that JadbM'I oo «wj »lu*. Sold bj dl dealers. Send for natfe to O. Jicssov Co.» MtnbanJt. I CURE FITS!! When I say cure, I do not mean merely to Htop them for a time and then have tlieui return agaiu I mean a radical cure. I am regular physician, and have made the disease of Fits, Epilepsy or Falling Sickness a life-long study. I warrant iny remedy to cure the worst cases. Because others have failed Is no reason for not now receiving a cure from ine. Send to me at once for a Treatise and a Free Bottle of my infaliblc remedy, riive express and postoffice. It costs you nothing for a trial, and I will cure you. Address Dr. H. (I. HOOT, 183 Pearl St., New York. DIAlin Beautiful Concert AHpiII rlAllU Orand llanos, cost lllfllAN ^^1JJ^»1,600, only *4*3. SuperTOSnd Square Pianos, cost »IjlM^inly •MS. Elegant Upright Pianos, cost HOO, only •13$. New Style Upright Pianos •113.50. Or- Rrgans, an* 131. Organs, 13 stops, •T9.SO. church 16 stops, cost S390, ouly ftlM. Elegant •373 Mirror Top Organs, only *103. Tremen dons •acrlflc* to close out present stock. New Steam Factory soon to be erected. News paper with much Information about cost of Pl ana* and Organs, SENT FREE. Please ad dress DANIEL F. Bum, WasMajjtsn, N. J. 40 MIXED CARDS, with name. 10c. Agents outfit lUc. L. JONES & CO., Nassau, N. QS Fancy Csrdt, SnosAaks Dssissk. Assorted In S* styles, with uaine, to cts. Nassau Card Co., Nassau, N. Y. E•Ide A DAY to Agents canvassing for the Flrr visitor. Tenns ana Ontflt Free, res* P. O. V1CICERY, Augusta, Maine. yjj AGENTS W'ante By tbe Aubum Portrait Co. Business uleamuit K.dRV»C2JronV\b,eato afenU Full ftifohimUoti, HEARING RESTORED! INVENTION bjr one whe was DKAK for Inn Send stamp lor naitlcnian. 4m a.n».r«, Lock B«s ml, DRUGS AND MEDICINES. EXCELSIOR. DRUG STORE MILLS &PTJBDY Druggists AMD StationerS THIRD STREET, Yankton, Dakota DRALK110 IN 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 Doz. Quart Buttles [plain] at •1.30 1 Doz. Qt. Bottles twrapped & labeled] 1.19 1 Doz. Pint Bottles Iplain] 1.06 1 Dos. Pint BottlesLwmpped & labelcdl 1.13 Empty Bottles to be%eturned BANKS A N O N A N EDMUNDS & WYNN, Bankers, Tankton, .... Dakota DO A r.ENKUAL Banking, Collection & Loan Business The same as National Banks. Buy and sell exchange on the principal cities of the United Slates and Europe. Special at tio paid to collections and remitted for Invariably on Day of Payment. Will loan money, pay taxeMnd sell real estate for non-residents, on favoraBle terms. Agents for reliable Insurance Companies, and lusure property on terms favorable.' J' BEST IN THE WORLDl! -CW"gV.U- PURE ItlfSD COl ££LECr SPIC&S O N E I S S A E •a by their purity and strength less ia required than of otlier manufacture the only kinds made that liave the approval of one of the greatest living chemists, whose certificate is on every packagc. Buy only the genuine.—Observe the Trade lurk.— Buy 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. Gtteaao. IU- WOOD. Dry Cottonwood! AND HARDWOOD. Cottonwood Lumber AND Jf- BUILDING LUMBER, J. H. LOEBER Will supply.cood Cord wood In ftnjr qnanty to