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FLOUR AND FEED.
IncorptwatwlJany 1,1875. V* 4 .J O. T. BKAMM.K, PresH. WM. M1NRH, Hupt K. I.. VAN TAKHKI., Si'C'y. Excelsior Mill Co *»T 'i ?-5 .VWiFS S3J?h.iS|^ MAN UVACTUUKIlfl OK i-J iv-f FLOUR, CORN MEAL, BRAN, 8H0RTS And Dealers ill all kliuls of Feed. C&sh paid (or Wheat, Corn, Oats, &c. Flour delivered ill all purls of tin eity flee ol charge. Cull and see us. Our dour »|i -iks (or Isell. CAPITAL STREET, Yankton Dakota GROCERIES. Blatt & Buerdorf Wholesale and Retail DKALRHfi IN STAPLE AND rANCY O E I E S BROADWAY. YANKTON, DAKOTA Slow Cits & Pacific Railroal The Pioneer Route TO Chicago, St. Louis AMD ALL Points in the East and FOB peed, Comfort and Safety, IS CMUKTAltlD. Pullman Palace Hotel Sleeping Cars Ihrouah Time TMe, in effect Sept 8:00 A.M. US P.M. 8:05 3:'M *i«5 4:10 4.30 4i« »:17 5:.Hi 5:50 6:02 S:!ill 4: 7:10 b:35 10: A.M. 8:00 P.M. U:USM. Arrive Sorjjctnt's Bluff... Sal Sluan WhltliiK $ij Onawit. Blencou.' Kivor 81-Jii* LnavSCIileaco St. Loili ArrlTeSloDX Olt* 5:00 5:90 S::i8 5:54 S:IS n:»r and CoBntll Blalfs Kallroad for 8t. Loals and all points south. 1. At Missouri Valley with CBfeafo A Morit aafilf^oiatteaet. western Railway (or Chicago 4. At Sioux City with toe PatiliUnaoisCtDtMl and Ual l«4, SM*iir Mr apper Mil aavt(*UoBand wltn stagos liar all rthwei iU«i roads, si«wiir ft» apper Missoni aavif STAGES Yankton & Sioux Falls DAILY 8TAGE U. S. Mall Tk» Shortest, BMt aai CfcMjmrt UM to SIOUX FALLS. tages leave Yankton and Hloux Fails everv "weT^'ftoura'aays exee«,ua) YAXKTON FINE CONFECTIONERIES, FANCY GROCERIES, VEGETABLES, &c., &c., THIRD STREET, YANKTON, DAKOTA? Orders by Mail Promptly Attended to. FOB SERVICE A PULL BLOODED Berkshire Boar Formerly owned by A. F. RAYNAUD TERMS-$2.00. Apply at tlie People's Market, Third Street, 8. L. WBIGHT. HOTELS. MADISON HOUSE, WALNUT-ST. TANKTON D. DANIEL WILLCOX. Proprietor. Tlii.s liousc lias Just been refurnished, and is now open (or tlie accommodation of the public, and no pains will be spared to make guests corn fortable. FARMERS AND FltEIonTERS will find good stabling (or tlieir stock, and a secure place (oi wagons. Terms as reasonable asany house in tlie city The Only Perfect Business SYSTEM ON EARTH. LAVENDER'S Cash Grocery House HAS ADOPTED IT. NO BAD DEBTS,| No Expenses for Collecting, No Book Accounts, N and |Bctw«en Xissoorl Valley and Chicago, This ts the only line ruunlug two express ilu* dally, between dloux City and Chlcaso. lrt. 18T3 Bxruse 8.il\. Exracss. St. Pant Vankton sioux «!Uy These expenses, saved by South rthe cash system, permit a great reduction in prices and still afford a margin for an honorable profit. Patrons of Lavender's Cash Grocery House get the bene fit of this reduotion. Goods delivered free to any part of the city, and orders from abroad promptly filled. n*T #:M 7:90 7: to 7:55 Houdaiolu Modale CulKornU ituctlou Uissouri Valley... Chlesto UouncirtolalTs It, Louis.. 8:15 8:80 A. M. «:S5 6:15 P. 9:15 10:00A. 10 2 P.M V0NHRCTI0N8. I. AS U. P. Trantlbr with Union Pacilc K»l nut inr iiauhe. J. At Ooanell BlaVk, with KanoasOlty, St. Jot lmwa a Northwest. 5. At Mlair with Oinaha aad Horthwsstara H. (or Omaha and Moathera Nebraaka. S. At Knwit, Nib., villi UeOiha fuMl R. fur alljMlat* ML and th« ntoltc coast. 7. At WIeaar, trifk etafes McMorlMk, aad ell lotata la Merthsra Nebraska/* fry?* «?'«TW III*Us wal via S.R. V. *. SOU. Oea'i rieltel A«'t. Jb BlMR. SUMTMandaM. Waalara Nei eager Ateal. Third Street, YANKTON. ». T. D. S. R. R. NOTICE. To Shippers of Butter, Eggs and Fruit! A KEFRIGERATOR CAR Will leave Yankton (or Chicago, over the 1. 8. IL Jt. tL l". & p. and C. A N. W. It. IL, com mencing Monday, June 2nd, And on each successive Monday during the Month June, at« o'clock a. ui. All shliiiuenb ||llld), She §ailg and Express Route DKMINO SIIURTLEFF, Prop*. through in OFFICE AT MERCHANTS HOTEL. sannvo IBDRUi#r Walter H. Carr, .% Wholesale and Be tall Dealer in FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC ihrungh to Chicago. No Way Consignments received up to hal( iucdayofaei KX.'&k1PH. pan xevru a. m., on I icday patlurc of car «. E. aUWCHANT, Isfrrlstrsdial, frttt and fUkftaUn •*"w .. YANKTON DAKOTA. Friday Evening, June 21, 1878 BRADLEY? EXPEDITION. Dead wood, June 18.—five companies of cavalry and four Infantry, under tbe com mand of Qen. L. X. Bradley, for the Black Hill* poat, camped to-day near (be Belle Fonrohe, about thirty miles from here. Tbe command! progress northward, and baa been mncb retarded by frequent and beavy rains and bad roada. •X9MB9BB THE AUTHOR OF POLITICAL TROUBLE. From the Burlington Hawkeye. "Cadmus," carnally remarked Staniey Matthews' private secretary, "Cadmus in vented or rather introduced letters—" "Show him to me," shouted the aenator. "Let me at him I Where is he? That'* the man I've been looking for! Show him to me, I say Where is he?" "He ia dead," stammered the astonished and frightened secretary. "He died before the last election." "Oh, baffled of my revenge 1" stormed the great senator. "Who was the villun? Who was this vile wretch that invented letters Ohio man "N-no," stammered the poor secretary, "I believe not. He died in lllyrium." "Ah-h-h T" said the senator, with a terri ble snarl, "Iowa man Fayette county. 1 see, by heaven, I see the Hawkeye did it. Revenge, revenge!" Sends a verbal message to the president, who rccklessly puts it down in bis note book. WHEAT ITEMS. Wheat is said to be badly rusted in cen tral Iowa. Wisconsin papers say the cropi are look ing remarkably well. Tbe wheat harvest has begun in Ken tucky. The grain is very good, with a large acreage. Lake City (Minn.) Leader Wheat in this section is standing three feet high, and heading out. Harvesting has begun in earnest in High land county, Ohio. Reports state that a better or more beautiful wbeat crop has not been had in years before. Corn is coming along finely. The Indianapolis Sentinel says: Some of the finest specimens of wheat heads ever seen in Indiana were brought to the Senti nel office from tbe farm of Evan Smith, who lives about two miles from Franklin, John son county. They were plucked at random, and indicate a yield of not less than forty bushels per acre. 0EADLY AFFRAY BETWEEN STUDENTS. Bristol tVa.) Special, Utli. AD impromptu duel took place near Ike Turkey Cove academy, in Lee county, be tween two students of tbat institution. Hen ry Coombs, of Kentucky, and John Bailey, a native of that county. The trouble grew out of a misunderstanding about a younp lady to whom both of tbe young men were paying attention. The men met this morn lug, ins grove, and, without exchanging a dozen word?, commenced firing at each other with navy revolvers until five rounds were discharged. ID tbe lsst round Coombs fell mortally wounded, and died soon after ward. The men Wert not twenty feet apart during the fight, and fought, it is said, with the despt ration of madmen. Both were poor shots and unaccustomed to the use of flreaims. Coombs was a relative of ex Qov. Leslie Coombs, of Kentucky, and was a young man who stood well at tbe college. Bailey bad not been arrested up to a lata hour to-nifht. THE FUTURE OF THE UNITED STATES. It is not generally known, even in culti vated circles, that the amount of arable soil in America is greater than in Europe, Asia and Africa put together, and can therefore sustain more lives. Tins is no rash conclu sion. I speak from a scientific basis and I will show you what that basis is: Our con tinent is narrow, and therefore the winds of the ocean water it well. The mountain chains on the east Bide of the American con tinent are low on the east side of the old world are high. From this It results that the trade winds, laden with the wetness of the sea, ere attracted to our land. Tlie breadth of the old world and its high eastern ranges cause the rainless interiors of Asia and Africa. Again America is the land of fertile plains the old world of scotched plains. Our plains run north and south, and so attract and receive the rains. America is high under the equator, the old jrld is wide hence, with us a small surface is ex posed to the scourching sun. Thtf result is that tlie productive soil in the old world is 10,000,000 square miles, and in the new. 11,000.000. Thus bursts upon us all in the light of scientific truth, the fact that Ameri ca can sustain a greater population than the old world and ii she can, it is unquestiona ble that some day she will. TURKISH LOVE OF WATER. A Turk, writes traveler, thinks be can do nothing so grateful to Ood and man as tbe setting up of a fouolaio by the roadside or iu tbe streets of tbe city, where the way farer and his animate mar appease their thirst and bless the nsme of him who pro vided for their wants. Often in my tra vels I have halted beneath the shade of a wide-spreading plsne tree toslske my thirst st the limpid waters of a marble fountain, and to repose ftom tbe noonday heat. There Is always some edifying distich from the Koifo, that "W*let School al this is the gift of Qod, and b'esssd is he who distributes it," or that "Water is the source of health and lite," etc There Is a practical piety in these monuments of charity tbat speaks well for the benevolent disposition of the Mussul man. Tbe Turks are great consumers of water, and they ere good judges of iu quality, and nice in what they use. The favorite water that is sold at a para a glass in tbe streets, is from Asia either from Tchamildjs, on tbe mountain about Scutari, or from Kara koulsk, some ten miles up the Bospborus, several miles inward from Belcos. This Is brought to tbe landing in barrels, horses' backa, pat in bargee, and in this way carried to ContUntinople before dsyligbt. Not withstanding the length of the journey, It is as clesr ss crystal. Tl.e venders cry it ss "Bowz gulbi"—ss good as ice. A pscba will drain two goblets al a swallow. As wstsr is said to bsve fattening properties, the large dranghla they take of it may to the cause, in part, of tbe obesity ti which both sexes of tbe Turks are eubjuet. district booki and blanks far sale MCNOM. UMimilT WML* AND IUXU rriii Tiir imr. or WJIIOUI. cess. THKASUUEU'S S.ussia, Dim IU.T orri- I'reitsred and approved bjr W. K. CATOW, Su|ierintcndeat of Public JnetrnotioD, 1H kola, including BOOK. With blank forms for warrants paid school bouse fund con tingent fund, and teachers fund. CI.KRK'X BooK—Willi lilank forms for Proccediogs of IUtrict Bo»rd, Warrants Is sued and Beoord of Teachers Report* 'also Deeds of School Property. Orders on District Treasurer. Treasurers Bond*. Teachers Contract. Notice to County Clerk of Kate of Tax Voted. Notice of Special School Meeting. Notice of Annual School Meeting. Sufficient to last an ordinary district ten years. Price per set, $16.00. Sent by mail or express. Address BOWKN & KlHeSBUBY, Yankton. D. T. BA»T CALCCLma. It is used by thousands of farmers, mechanics and business men, who speak ip tbe highest terms of its practical util ity and convenience. Its wonderiul sim plicity enables even the most illiterate tocalcuiatc with absolute accuracy and speed while its original and rapid methods delight and benefit the most scholarly. Its entirely new system of tables shows, at a glance the correct value of all kinds of grain, stock, bay, coal, lumber and merchandise, ot any quality atrl al any price the interest on any sum, for any time, at any rate per cent measurement of lumber, logs, cis terns, granaries, wiig.m bods, corn nnbs wages tor liuur*, day?, weeks months, etc. It is well and neatly gotten up, in pocket-book shape is accompanied by a silicate slate, diary, and pocket for pa pers. It is iJtaqucstiouably the most complete and practical Calculator ever ublished. Cloth, $1,00 Morocco, $1,50 gilded, $2,00 Flexible cloth, CO eta. For sale at Press & Dakotaian office INSURANCE. Statement of the Condition OK TIIR A Life Insurance Company OF NEW YORK. On the 31st Day of December. 1877. The name of tlie company is Tlie Mutual Life Insurance Company o( New York. It is located in New York City. The amount o( its capital stock is a mutual company—no capital. THE ASSETS OF THE COMPANY ME AS FOLLOWS Cash on hand and In the hands of agents or other persons $ 1.801,707 93 Real estate unincumbered 5,725,035 CS Bonds owned by the company, to-wit: United States, market valne District of Columbia.. Massachusetts, Mis soiiri. New York City and County, Boston, Providence, Sail Francisco, Texas, & other city and town bonds Total assets. $84,761,922 79 LIABILITIES. Losses adjusted and due 8 47,938 00 Losses adjusted and not due 43S.849 00 Losses unadjusted 14U.136 00 Losses in suspense wailing (or (ur tlier proof 217,501 00 All other claims against the compa ny (reinsurance reserve) 73,216,123 00 Total liabilities I,IOC,GO7 ou The greatest amount insured in any one risk—$30,000 and additions.... STATE OK NEW YORK, I County o( New York. Robert A. Grannls, 2nd Vice Pysident, and Isaac F. Lloyd, Secretary of the Mutual Life In surance Company of New York, being duly swom. depose and' say that the foregoing is a (nil. true and correct statement of the affairs of said company, that tlie said insurance companv is the bona fide owner o( at least one hundred thousand dollars. o( actual cash capital, invest ed in tlie state and United States stocks and bonds, or in bonds and mortgages ot real estate, unincumbered and worth double tlie amount for which the same is mortgaged and tliey are the above described officers ot said insurance com pany. ROBT. A. GRANNIS8,2nd Vice Pres't. ISAAC F. LLOYD, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn before me, this 7th dav ot May. 1878. [Seal] CHARLES NETTLETON, Commissioner of Dakota. AUDITOR'S OFFICE, I Yankton, D.T., May 17, 1878. f88 I. John S. Sand, auditor ot the Teriitory of Dakota, do hereby certtly that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the state ment of the condition of the Mutual Lite In surance Company o( New York, on the 31st day of December, A. I). 1877, and now on file in my office. ISRAL-L JOHN S. SAND. Auditor. By L. M. PUBDY, Deputy Auditor. THE TERBITORV OF DAKOTA, Auditor's Office. Whereas, The Mutual Lite Insurance Com pany, located iu the city of New York, and state ot New York, has tiled in this office a swom statement ot Its condition on the Sist day o( December, A. D. 1877, In accordance with the provisions of an act ot the legislative assembly ol tlie Territory o( Dakota, relating to iusuranee companies,approved January, 187. Whereas, On examination of the sworn state ment of said company Hied in this office, I find that the said insurance company is possessed of the necessary amount ot oapital Invested as re ulred by law. Therefore, I, John S. Sand, auditor of Dakota Territory, do hereby certify that said Insurance company is duly authorized to trausaet the busi ness o( life insurance in said territory, (or tlie year ending December 31st, 1878, by agents prop erly appointed. MARK M. PARMER, Agent. Yankton Countv. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set niv baud anil seaf, this t7th day o( May. A. D. 1878, [SKAL-I JOHN S. SANI). Auditor, By L. M. PUKDY, Deputy. MARK M. PARMER, Agent. GROCERIES. O A E DBUSB at STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, Crockery and Glassware THIRD STREET* YAHKT0R. HIDES, '7^?- ~"~"HIDE8, FURS, AC Peir & Luebke DCALEBS IN FURS: LEATHER A N.D FINDINGS THIRD STREET, Yanlcton, Dakota PAINTING. Samuel Merrill, Carriage, Sign & Ornamental PAINTER, t*-.i|iit il Street, near 3d, Yankton, D. T. All work done with "leatness and dispatch. BANKS THE FIRST NATIONAL Bank of Yankton Financial Agent of the United Stntee Approved Depositary for Disbursing Officers. JAMES C. McVAY, President W. H. McVAY. CASHIER. Drafts I'ouylit and sold, and promptly remitted (or. 14,909,Cll 17 Loans on bond and mortgage being first lien on unincumbered real es tate, worth double the amount loaned 58,162,733 fig Debts otherwise secured (Interest due and accrued) 1,438,647 92 Debts (or premiums (less 25 per cent) 754,186 24 FURNITURE. P. L. LINDHOLM, Manufacturer and Dealer FURNITURE OF ALL K1XD8, Mirrors, Bedding, Mattresses, LOUNGES, PICTURE.FBAMES, «fc. A *ull Line ot UNDERTAKER'S GOODS always on hand. Repairing promptly done, and work warranted to give satisfaction. P. L. LINDHOLM, Burleigh's Block, Broad way GRAIN, &C. Wilcox 1 Williams GRAIN DEALERS. Also a full line of FARMING IMPLEMENTS Bain's Celebrated Wagons, —FARM AND FREIGHT— Minnesota Chief Thresher "NEW MANNY" a a DAKOTA PATENT SPRING STEEL BEAM PLOWS. &e., &.O., &c. Second and Hulberrv Sts. JAMES S. FOSTER, Heal Estate Dealer YA.NRTON, DAKOTA, Has THIRTY FARMS desirably located, ranging in price from $400 to $4,000, according to distance from rail road and amount of im ptomenls also Dvatrabte RcsMniesi a Ml t.Mp.a. Leave] ..t8! ».«# 3.03m eel 0.... V81 J.W I.« 4.15 8.04 S.M 5.50 (.12 8.16 Arrive Collections made MEAT MARKET. Family Market Broadway, Yankton, D. T. BRENNAN & JORDAN WILL [SUPPLY Fresh Meats, Salt Heats, Fish and Game TO OltOEll. A Full Line of Vegetables in Season Always on hand. BRENNAN. L.W JORDAN Cahaarsnd City htepnfy. Investments made for Non-resident Capital M«,«a4sallsfMUoB guaranteed. Having been a resident of Dakota (or fourteen years, and be •ng famOiu with the southeastern portion ot tbe teiTitory. I will cheerfully answer letters of in utry with reference to lands. I wfll also furnish on aivihalien, soeti printed matter as lam able to tagff'iq' RAILROAD Itokota Southern liaflroad HME TABLE, To Lake efeet Wednudav, Deeember 1,1678 rKAIXft Movine WM*. rAimnnit.) TRAIN* HOriHU •A»r. »Asamnift.i STATIONS. tt.10p.ss.Ar'. 11JM 11.11 DAVIS JUMUTtt ..tCLK roiMT.. ...BUKBANK.. •IS meets.... U.15 io.ttpaut... tt.ll ».4T W ...OATVILLB.. •JAMBS JUVKB. 8BOP8... ...tTANKTON •.48 8^4 8.01 840a.s.Lcave «yisgatat»ons. ITalagnpk matrons. COmfBOTIONB. 1. AtSlonxCity with Illinois Ceu.ral, Sionx City and Pacific and Sionx City and St. Paul Bail rotde. S Passenger train golngeait connects at Dtvis Junction with branch trains arriving at Port landvlUe at 12.19 p.m.,sud then connecting with Howard's stages (or Virginia, Men, Vairvlew Belelt Bock Big I at 1.15 p.m., connects at Davis function wtlh train going west. S. At Bia Point with stages (or .tca, Neb. and Rlchla d. 1). T. 4. At Vermillion with stages tor Lodl, K'vc. 4lde, Turner, Bloomingd^lc and Finl&y. 5. At Meckling with stages (or HtJames. (i. At Say ville with stages (or St. Helena. 7. At Yankton with stages (or all points southern and weatern Dakota, sad North Hchrae ka and daring tbe season o( navigation with Missouri River Transportation Companies l.ne of steamers lor Randall, Brule, Pierre, bully Rice, Bismarck, Stevcnaon, Berthold, Buford, Carrol and Benton connecting at Pierre with transportation wagons (or the Black Hills. This it the only Direct Route to the Black Hill*. GEO. QEO.B|UtH0nA1,T F. WHF.EI.OCK, asn'tSMMHatmrf't. Aatnl. Illinois Central Railed Sborttat aai Beet Bsals to Chicago. SIOUXCITY to CHICAGO Without Change of Care! Commencing Dee. Mb, 1874, A Daily Exifrets Passenger Train will leave Sionx City, Saturdays excepted, on the arrivil ol train FROM YANKTON. An Express Train leaves Sionx City at 2:16 p, m. arrives at Chicago at 8:20p. m„ twenty minntes eariler than the C. SH.W.R. H. Bleep ing cars run through from Sioux City to Chicago. Pare for sleeping car only (3.M Passengers lea ving Chicago at 10 a. m., bound west, arrive at Sioux City at 11:30 a. m. An accommodation train will leave Sionx ''lty daily, except Sundays, at5:30p.m.,connecting with through passenger trains at Waterloo Passengers leaving Chicago at 9 :30 p. m., arrive at Sioux City at 6.43 a. m. Trains going east connect at Chicago with all trains for Detroit. Cleveland, Bnflalo, Niagara Falls, Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash ington, New York, Boston and all parts o( the East. This train connects at Waterloo with trains on the Cedar Falls sod Minnesota Branch* leaving Waterloo at 12 JO a.m., and arriving avMonaat 830 a. m., connecting with Milwaukee St. Paul railroad trains, and arriving at St. Paul at 6.5S n., and Minneapolis at 8.S0P. m. Connections are made at Free port with trains an the Illinois Central railroad main line, leaving Freeport at 9.15 p. m., arriving at Galesburg at 445 Peoria 5pm Burlington at 7 ".ock Island at 6.53 Quincy ats JVpm St Lonis at 7.15 a m, and Cairo at 4.C0 am connecting at Cairo with trains for Memphis, Nashville, Vicks burg. Mobile. New Orleans, and All Parts of the Soutb Connections are also made at Freepor with Western Union trains, leaving Freeport at 1.8V m, and arriving at Eacine at 6.03 and Mil wankeeat ti.30 m. Conneatlons are also made st Dubuque to S Louis, Cairo, and all points south Baggage Checked Through To all Important points. For through tickets and information appl tbe Illinois Central depot, Trains run by Dubuque time, which is twenty minutes (aster thrn Sionx City. Jos. F. TCCKIB,Chicago, W. P. Jousoa, SenU Sift, General Passenger Agent, Chicago. B. A. HAHLTOK. Ax'I Sioux Citv. ianSMAwi CHICAGO 6 & HGRTH-WESTERN & The Great Trunk l.lue the V.VU to Chicago aii'.l the Ka^t. It is theold-'Sf, shortest. cniv- m. comfortable ami in every top- .c '.»«*• Hit can take. It js the gn at-1 «nu praniest ihiilu.-iv organization iu THE ILJIIU It ownj O.* controls 2100 MILES G.- kJULWAY PULLMAN IIOTIX V.«i» ar* run alme by it tliroUfjU *et\v« c.: COUHCIL BLUFFS & CHICAGO! No otfacrroart nuts I til tn 1'nU-l 'r?. «t r.i'V other form of l!otei r.tr«. tLrouirii, U^uiou ti..* Missouri River and ch. liifO PASSENOFUS OOIVCT E.A8T ehotUd bear uiind rliat this is the BEST ROUTEWCHICACO AKD ALl, POlSTi EAST. Passengers by this route-have choice of FIVK FFKttt: iH Ds (torn CUICAUO to DlFFKilKNT ROUTKS anil the advantage of Bight Datty. lines'A'uluee Slssfisg nri PHILADELPHIA AITO NEW YORK, AND OrifiK EASTCKX TOISTS. Insist that tlie Ticket Agent ••ellsyon ticketa by the North-\V.«siecn Koad. Exaarine your Tickets not read over this Boat. andrc(usctobuyi( theydonotreadovtrthi All Airnts sell them ijiil Chock usual Baggage Free tiy lU I.:iie. Throa^ti Tickets v!a this Hotite tOall Kmsrn PoinU ea-i be proenn dat Hit Uantral fadkjlall road Tirki't Mt of Varket Street, and at New Wan'gmsery Mteet, &<• FranrlBMsaad at all CoaponTi.Ui-: oaicei. I eatral BacUc, Ualoa PaciAc, and nil Vi-.icrn Jlailfocili'. Kew Toik tifii c, N i. Sift Bniadway. BMtoa OOce.No. fiStnicSireet. OmahaOfttce.S45Far ham Strert.' tan Krancbro Oflloe.S Hew Mont pinery t-troct. Chicago TkkU Oassst ti Clark Street, cndi-r Sherman IIotMi Cansl, corner Madison S net KiatieSusW Itiiiet. earner West Kinzie and Onal Mre WfUa Street Depot, comer Wells atd Kinne Street For rates or iatwssatlon i- attainable your home ticket sgmita, sjij ly tu •jnnBtssur, W. II. BnxnR, Oee lMsarr Cktcago Oes't