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SOCIETIES.
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DAKOTA
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Dikotu IAK1(5«, NO. 1.—{tegular TIMUTLNAN c_
vrlday evening of each week, at Odd Follows
Hall, Sawyer's block.
l{tegular meetings on
llumlmldt UHIKO, (German) No. is.—Hernial
meeting on Wednesday evening of each week,
at Oddfellows Hall. Sawyer's Clock.
Vaukton Kucainpment, Mo.Regular meet
ings on 1st. and 3rd. Monday evening of each
month, at Odd bellows Hall, Sawyer's block.
A. F. Ic A. M.
Vankton Chapter, No. 1.—Itcicnlar iincetings
on Hint ami thlnl Wednesdays of each month, at
Masonic Hall (lawyer's block. So]uuriiliiK com
panions cordially Invited.
St. John's Lodge, No. l.—Secular communi
cations on TuesdaV evenlug, on or before full
moon of each mouth, at Masonic ilali. Sawyer's
block. Sojourners cordially invited.
Communications tor the Dally Press and Da
koluin, also advertisements, should be liauded
in before 2 o'clock p. in.
l*egtil notices intended for tlie Weekly Pros
and Dakotaian should be handed in not later
than Tuesday evening.
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF MAILS
'J."
jr
Br llAlbBOAD.
ARBIVK.
6 :15 V. M.
"i
Kasleni...
DKI'ABT
7 :M A.
BY STARR.
Sin-iugfleldand up river.. 7 :00 r..«
Niobrara 8:00
Sioux Kalis 7:00
l'iresteel 5 :00
4 :00 A. 31
7 :00
11:00
7 :30
M. and de-
Ulilidstown, arrives Fridays at
pafts Saturdays at a A. M.
Krenelitown, Neb.-, arrives Tuesdays and Fri
days at 10 A. M. and departs at same day* at 1
P. M.
Lndi, arrives Tuesdays at 12 M. and departs
Wediiesdavsat 1 1*. M.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
AIM.EK
BATES,
C'
It OLILMA', Wines, Liquors and
Tobaccos, ltroadwav.
JOIIN O
Clothier. 1'ostolllce Mock,
Third Street.
BJtaiiiifaelurcd
KI.L, COMtAD
in Chicago.
HKOOKIMiS,
•JO'S linking Powder
Sold by all Deal
W. \V.
•Icucks lloiel.
BKAY
lieai ICslate 1/caler.
ic FLETCHER. Meat Market & Pro
vision Dealers. Capital-St.
BKAMBLK,
MISKK IC CO.,
cers, forwarding.
HliRIiEK.ilProvisions.
HUEW
Wholesale (iro-
••q. Storage, and Ceueral
Steamboat Agents. I.evee.
W. A. Jr., Dealer ill Klour, Orain
Keeil and Broadway, liloek.
A N JORDAN, Family Market,
liroa^lway. (Stier's old stand).
BLATT
IMJERDORF. General Urocers,
Wholesale and ltetail. Broadway.
C'
IOUNSEI.I. COVEM-,
ol Groceries, Capital Sir
and Tliird.
Dealers In all kinds
eel. between Sccoud
iuvriw fc CLOUDAS, Grocers. Till rd-St
op
ipposite 1'ostoince.
DUDLEY
fc IIAWLEV, (ieneral Hardware.
Corner Third and Douglas-Sis.
HERALD, Democratic Newspaper
published weekly. Taylor ISros. Proprietors
Tliird-St
LMSKMAX, CHAS. Ic CO.
A* House & Merchant Tailoring.
General Clothing
Broadway.
L'XCELSIOR MILL CO. Manufacture Patent
JU and other brands of Flour, Meal, Feed, &e.
Capital-St., uear l.evee.
L"DIli.\DS «c WVJiS, Bankers and Insurance
Agents, ltroadwav.
I.MRST NATIONAL HANK, Government De
M. positarv. .1. C. McVay, Prcsideut. National
Bank Block, Third-St.
L^AULK, I'. K. Attorncy-ai-I.aw. Ollice, Ce
•a dar-St., north of Third
('ERMAK1A HOUSE, Wallbauin & Becker,
Proprietors. Douglas-Ave.
HAOE,I'ostollice.Family
O. P. Grocer. Tiiird-St.
near
JJAVWARI), J. P., Ileal ICstate and i»an
Agent, Third St.
JENKINSOX,Third
M. II. lee Cream, Fruits and
(iroccries. Street.
JOB
PMNTINO, Every style, at Press
and Da
kotaian.
KATZ,
H.
Clothing.
Third-St.
Goods.
KADISH,
Block.
I A VENDER, A.
•lj Third Street.
I«EBER,
Trunks and Furnishing
Druggist. Pennington's
H". Cash (iroeery House
J. It II. Dealers In Cordwood. Ol-
Dee between 4th and nth on Broadway.
IVTKKKn.r.. SAMUEL Carnage, and Sign
1V1 Onuunciitul Painter, Capital Street,Yanfc
ton, D.T.
MILLS(cl'URDV,
Druggists, Stationers and
Notions, Third-St.
PETERSON, P. A. Jeweler.
Watches, Clocks, &c. lte
short notice.
Street, near Capital.
DARMER, M. M. Ins
way. near Third-St.
PEIR
VAN
ATUjJA
*V
A full line of
king done on
Coates' Block, Tlilnl St.
PEAVEV
BROS. Farming Maeliinery, Third
Insurance Agent. Ilroad
«c LUERKE,
Hide and Leather Deal-
ers. Third-St.
PILES,and
I. CO.
Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Hats.
Third-St.
Ca]s Furs.
UIRES OF I.KRAI. BLANKS, At the l*ri'$S
and Dakotulan Counting ltoom.
ioHEVic DIX, Hardware Dealers. Yank
ton iiinl Deailwomi.
SHANNON FC WAKHABAULILL, Attnrneys-.1t-
O law. Olllivlii SeriV Itlocfc, »Sinner Fifth*
Broadway.
(SANBORN, J. R. Furniture Dealer anil Mnn
O utacturer. Tlilril-8t., Hewitt's Block.
rpVLER Ic NIMEN, Manulaeturers of Wa«
A ons «nti
-'kinds 6(
anil Kou
riKR
liutruies. liiirse-slioeini
Hi.
WINE
anil
ig.
E E A I
O'CLOCK
all
Cedar street, between Third
BROS. Clothluis ami KtimlshlliK
Hoods, Oewilt's liloek.
H. Civil Knulneer and
Sawyer's Hloek, up stairs.
Dealer in line cus
Coalcs' llullillui.'
ANTWERP E.
Conveyaneer. Haw
\\r*«!«En, CHARMC*. ..
torn mauo Boots fiHhoes.
on Broadwav.
tlTAONER BROS. OuiMmlths and
W
in fln-arm*. Broadway.
Dealers
lirHITR. N. W.' Gunsmith anil Dealer In
VV Firearm* and Musical Instrument*, t'ediir
I Ht. Betweqa Third and PoufUi.
WBBT,
I. K. Atlorney-al-Uw. Boom *.
raantMbw's Block.
I'M
Dealer* in
gwln
GENERAL.
Russia Concedes England's
Bands.
Bulgaria to be Reconstructed on the
English Phui.
And thus the Thin Puff of War Smoke is Blown
Away.
Potter Committee Continue* to Pump
at Wnnhtiigtoii.
FOREIGN.
ENGLAND'S DEMANDS GRANTED.
New York, June 22.— Berlin dispatch
states that the czar agrees to the rcc-instruc
tion of Bulgaria demanded by England.
ON A STRIKE.
A Bordeaux, France, dispatch states that
the ship carpenters there are on a strike.
The police destroyed a number of inflama
tory placards.
IS IT ALL?
Loudon, June 22.—Austria demands from
the Porte seven million florins for maintain
ing the Bosnia refugiee, or in lieu of money
the ctssion of Kilek Suttonna, Trebimje,
Smoski and Sivinda.
WASHINGTON
TIIE POTTER INVESTIGATION COMMITTEE.
Washington, June 22.—The Potter com
mittee resumed its session to-day.
Gen Butler t-Uted tbat he would be ab
sent in case Senator Matthews desired to
testify, having seen a publication that the
reason that Matthews did not appear was
by fear of being insulted by him, Butler.
Cupt Tbos. Jenks was further cross ex
amined Mr. McMahon, and stated that
be was positive he never heard the so-call
ed Sberraun letter till it was mentioned b
Pitkiu. lie thought tbat on the sixth of
Jatiuury, or about that time, considerable
time was consumed iu the examination re
garding tbe visit of Mrs. Jenks to Wash
ington. Witness sttUd that he paid his
wife'8 expenses to Washington. She came
at the instance of Gov. Kellogg. Anderson,
it was understood, has ceitain documeuts
which Kel'.ogg desired to get, and Mrs.
Jenks was here for tbat purpose, having re
ceived a I.tier from Kellogg to Cole.
Mr. Butler cross exnmiucd the witness
without an imporlaut results.
Witness taid that Anderson never offered
him five th usaud dollars, but had written
that his document was worth one thousand.
He said that certain democrats had oflered
that. Witlless never authorized his wife to
pay Weber anything to produce the letter.
The papers had stattd that his wife had the
so-called Sherman letter, but it was false.
He never heard th it his wife knew anything
about it.
*Jn 1
Mrs. Jinks, wife of the previous wilness,
testified that Anderson wrote to her from
Philadelphia regarding the so-called Sher
man letter. She knew nothing of that letter
until last January. When she saw it,, did
uot think that she ever had the original,
might have had the document two minutes
and a half in the street. Nobody showed or
gave it to lier did not ask for it. She did
not know that anybody raw her take it from
the table at the St. Charles hotel, where it
was laying. After taking it ahe went into
the street. She gave it to Don Weber.
Witness here made a statement for the
benefit of the country at large, to exonerate
Secretary Sherman and Anderson frjm any
connection whatever with tbia document,
known as tho Weber guarantee, and she did
not think it was necessary for her to make
any fuither explanation regarding it.
Mr. Butler said that witness mnst give the
requisite testimony.
Witness continued Weber remarked on
receiving the letter, that Anderson was die
satisfied with his treatment, but wished
written guarantee. Witness repeated tl
Sherman letter, word for word, and in an
swer to the question, what letterit was which
she handed to Weber, Mrs. Jencks identified
the letter from her to Mrs. Webber, asking
Mrs. Webber to look well for the document,
as it would greatly benefit her and her hus
band and Anderson, and she, Mrs. Jcncks,
would see tbat Mrs Weber was well paid,
provided she produced the document. Wit
ness said that she hid never seen the docu
ment since she gave it to Weber. She came
here on business of her own, and concerning
the nation at large. Witness asked Mr,
liutler what he waned with the Sherman
letter.
Mr. Butler replitd, I will tell you If
that letter can be found, we can settle de
finitely whether or not Mr. Sherman wrote
if
Witness said that she did not know, and
never had known what became of the letter
after she gave it lo Weber, and there was
no other Utter* purporting to be signed by
Mr. Sherman in existence.
Q—Have yon, ainea Uie 80th of Novem-
Inr, «v«r vriUea a bUw of the
Rcceas.
5
De-
Francisco, Texas, &
other city and town
bonds.
Loans on bond and nv
first lien ou uiiincmnberei
tate, worth doutde tlie
loaned
Debts otherwise secured
due aud accrued).
YANKTON, DAKOTA TERRITORY. SATURDAY EVBNING, JUNE 22, 1878.
port ai the •Sherman letter, and signed John
Sherman's nam* to It
MK. Jencka laid: Why ihonld I doto?
What was the occasion for my doing so, etc?
and then said ahe had never done such a
thing.
In the course of the examination, Mrs.
Jencks, with reference to the persona pres
ent in the parlor of the St. Charles hotel, at
the time she picked np the letter bearing
the signature of John Sherman, stated that
Gen. Garfield and Mr. Hale were among
those preeent, but she was quite positive that
Mr. Sherman was not there at the time.
TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.
New York, June 22.—Reserve increase
*1,028,775.
St John, June 22.—-William Vanghan
was hanged this morning for the murder
of Mary Quinn, February last
Montreal, June 22.—Ives & Allen's
foundry and Kwing'g coffee mill, at Queen
and William street, burned last night.
Loss $1,000.
New York, June 22. —The question of
freights to southern points was discussed
by the representatives of the leading roads
this morning and referred to a commit'ee.
Augusta, June 22.—David Crawford color
ed a dweller on Beech island South Carolina
killed his wife and himself the liei night
and the following morning a white man
named Ferrie killed the woman with whom
he cohabited and then himself.
New York, June 22.—Geo. O'Kourke
and Micheal Judge, two of the men who
went to Brazil to work on the projected
railroad, which H. T. Colins & Co., of
Philadelhia, the contractors, arrived in
Charleston yesterday, and gave a pitiful
account of their own hardships and tuffer
ings, and of the condition of their unfortu
nate companions.
^JNSURANCE.
Statement of the Condition
OK THK
MUTUAL
Life Insurance Company
OF NEW YORK.
On the 31ct Day of December. 1877-
Tlie name the company is Tlie Mutual I.ife
Insurance Company of New York.
It Is located in New York City.
The amount of Its capital stock is a mutual
company—no capital.
THE ASSETS.OF THE COMPANY ARE AS FOLLOWS
Cash on liaml and in the hands of
agents or other persons 8 1.801,707 9i
Beat estate unincumbered..
Bondsowned liy tlie company, towlt:
United States market value
District of Columbia..
Massachusetts, Mis
souri. New York City
and Comity, Boston.
l'rovideuce, San
745,035 G5
16,103,011 1
being
real es
anioiint
58,152,733 88
(Interest
1,438,017
Debts for premiums fless 25 per cent) 754.180 24
Totiil iissets. $84,781,922 78
LIABILITIES.
tasses adjusted and due 47.938 00
l/sses adjusted and not due 4:b.849 no
Losses unadjusted l4U.t:ir 00
Losses iu suspense wailing for fur
ther proof 317,5(1 00
All other claims against the compa
ny (reinsurance reserve) 7:),2£G.li'l 00
Total liabilities ?7»,100,007
The greatest amount iusured in any
one risk—$30,000 aud additions....
STATU OK NRW YORK. I
County of New York.
ltobert A. Grannis, 2nd Vice President, and
Isaac K. Lloyd. Secretary of the Mutual l.ife In
surance Company of New York, being duly
sworu. depose aud say that the foregoing is a
full, true and correct statement of the affairs of
said company, that the said insurance compac
ts tlie bona fide owner of at least oAc hundred
thousand dollars, of actual cash capital, invest
ed in tlie state aud United States stocks and
bonds, or in bonds and mortgages of real estate,
unincumbered and worth double the amount for
which tlie same is mortgaged and they are tlie
above described officers of said insurance com
pany.
RORT. A. C.RANNISS, 2nd Vice I'res't.
ISAAC F. LLOYD, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn before me, this 7tli day
of May.J87S.
[Seal] CiiAltl.Ks NKTTI.KTOX,
Commissioner of Dakota.
AUDITOR'S OFFICE, I
Vankton, 1». T„ May 17, 1878.)M
88
I, John S. Sand, auditor of the Ter.itory-of
Dakota, do hereby certify that tho above aud
foregoing is a true aud correct copy of the state
ment of the condition of the Mutual Life In
surance Couipauv of New York, on the 3Wt day
of December, A. I*. 1877, and now on tile 11 my
office.
ISKAt.-l JOHN S. SAND. Auditor.
By L. M. PURDY,Deputy Auditor.
TIIK TERRITORY OF DAKOTA,
Auditor's Office.
Whereas, The Mutual Life Insurance Com
pany, located In the city of New York, aud
state of New Y'ork, has tiled Iu this office a
sworn statement of its condition on the Slst
dav of December, A. I. 1877, in accordauce
Willi the provisions of an act of the legislative
assembly of the Territory of Dakota, relating to
insurance companies, approved January. 1877
Whereas, On examination of the sworn state
ineut of said company filed in this office, 1 find
that the said Insurance company is possessed (if
the necessary amount of capital invested as re
quired by law.
Therefore, 1. John S. S'and. auditor of Dakota
Territory, do hereby certify that «aid insurance
company is duly authorized to transact the busi
i*ss of life
insurance iu said tsnltury, for llio
year ending December 31st, 1978, by aguuts prap-
ness
vear
erly appointed
MA UK M, PAUMKK, Agent.
Vankton County.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my
hand and seal, this nth day of May. A. D. 1878.
[SEAL.1
JOHN 8. SAND. Auditor,
By I.. M. PURUY, Deputy.
MARK M.
PARMER, Agent.
A A A I week in your own town. Outfit
VCC free. No Ask. Reader. If you want
|BUU a business at wlileh persons of either
sex can make great payjtfl the time
tlK» work, write for partfetlan to H. BALMCIT
ikilk, Portiaad. Maiue.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
WALL STRKRT.
Money—2}@3c. ...
Gold—l.OOgc.
Stocks—irregular.
Governments—steady.
MILWAUKEE.
Milwaukee, June 22.
WHEAT—[email protected] hard, 1.03Jc No.
l,98Jc No. 2, 9-5}c for cash 95}c for July
882c for August No. 3, 8Cc.
COBM—nominal 34c
OATS—24c.
RYE—52JC.
BART.EY—62jc.
CHICAGO.
Chicago, June 22.
WHEAT—quiet and lower 96c for cash
92g 921c for July 85
§c for August.
CORK—dull and lower 36gc for cash,
July 37c for August.
OATS—steady 24|c for c:wh, 23ijc for
July 23023}c for August.
RYE—62Jc.
BARLEY—48c.
POBK—heavy and lower 8.80 for cash
[email protected] for July 9.35 for August.
LARD—weak and lower 6.80(S C.82£c
for cash, July [email protected] for August.
WHISKY—firm 1.06.
ALCOHOL—sales 33c.
NEW YORK MARKET.
New York, June 22.
WnEAT—}@lc
lower receipts, 134,000
sales, none No. 2, spring, July, l.OCJc
bid.
RYE—steady.
CORN—J®ic lower receipts, 177,000
sales, 75,000 41044i|c for western mixed.
BARLEY—nominal.
OATS—dull receipts, 47,000 sales,
29,000 31032c for mixed western
32037c for white.
PORK—heavy 10.25.
LARD—quiet 7.25.
WHISKY—1.08Jc.
COESWELL
WEBER&CO.,
WATCHES, JEWELRY,
Tools Jc Materials.
At Wholesale.
Orders from the Trade solicited
146 State Street,
CHICAGO
PROBATE NOTICE.
TEKKITORY OF DAKOTA, In Probate
COUNTY OF YANKTOX, (5 Court.
In tlu Matin- of tht Appointment of an Admin
istrator of the Eftate of Sevett Haaker, I)e
(leased
\17"HEREAS, Everett E. Hudson, a creditor of
VV the above named Severt Haaker, deceased
has this day tiled ills petition in this court, pray
iugtliat letters of administration upon the es
tate of the said Severt Haaker. deceased, may
be granted to William D. liussell.
Now therefore, notice is hereby given, that
the said application will be heard at a special
term of the Protiate Court in and for said Yank
ton county, which is appointed to be held at the
Probate Court room, in tne City of Yankton, in
said County, on Saturday,tlie twenty-second day
of June, A. I), 1^78, at ten o'clock a. m. of that
day.
Dated Yankton, I). T.. June e, 1878.
[Seal of Probate.
Court.] L. COXCI.KTON".
Judge of the Probate Couit in and for Yankton
County, D. T.
IN BANKRUPTCY.
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED 1
STATES FOR TIIR SECOND JUOI- I In
C! AI. DISTRICT OF DAKOTA TKR-|Uankruptcv
RITOKY.
lathe MatUr of Putnam & Bender, Bankrupts
Second Judicial District I ,.c
of Dakota Territory.
'PHIS IS TO GIVE XOTICE, That on the Tenth
Jl (lo) day of June, 1878, a warrant of Bank
ruptcy was issued out of the district court of the
United States for the second judicial district of
Dakota Territory, against the firm of Putnam A
Bender, ef Elk Point, in the county of Union, in
said district, adjudged bankrupts, on debtors pc
tl.ton That die payment of any debts and tlu
delivery of any property belonging to such bank
nipt firm, to them, or for their use, and tlie
transfer of any property by them, are forbidden
by law and tliat a meeting of the creditors of
said bankrupt firm, to prove their debts and to
choose one or more assignees ol tlictr said estate,
will be held at a court of bankruptcy, to be hold
en at Yankton. D. T.. in the office of Moody &
Smith, before G. C. Moody, Esq., Register in
Bankruptcy, for said district, on tlie 2!)th day of
June, A. D. 1878, at lo o'clock a. m.
JOHN B. RAYMOND,
U. S. Marshal for said District
CITY COUKCIL RESOLUTION.
Be it littolved by the Mayor and City Council of
tfu City of Yankton:
SKCTION ST.
That it is, and is hcrebv 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
ol Third
street, on the northeast corner I and Ce­~
dar streets thence alone the east side of Cedar
street to the south side of Fourth street, the same
being In front of and alouK the west tide of lots
numbered 1, t, 3,4,5. 0,7, it 9. of block num
bered $, in the town of Vankton, D. T.
SUCTION JN. Said sidewalk shall be construct
ed of wood, be four feet in width, and be In all
respects made of the material, aud in the man
ner provided by the ordinance of said city, and
the outer edge of said sidewalk shall be laid four
feet from the curb line ol said street.
SUCTION 3D. That this resolution shall be pub
lished for four oonseoutlve weeks in the official
paper of said city of Vankton, D. T.
BEST
ou&nieas you can enrage in. ts
to (SO per day nuue by any
worker of either sex. right iu
their own locality*. Particulars
Ftrtland, Maine.
•ft
&
pm
£pffial
A
New York, Jnne 22.
(•IRL WASTED.
mi'irt
A girl, competent to do general housework,
will dial a place by applying at this oillce.
TO RENT.
Furnished rooms t» rent at reasonable rates,
corner of Second and Linn streets.
FOR SALE
House, and lot 22x150 feet, on Broadway, for
*050.
Perfect title given. F. Wixsojf
WANTED.
A second-hand farm wagon. Will either pur
chase or hire till November fust. Address, with
•cms, A. B. C.
Press and Dakotaian Office.
TAKEN UP.
By John Peiffc-, in Lakeport township, Yank
ton county, D. T„ 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 ou the corner of Second and
Walnut streets, known as the "White Estate."
For further particulars, inquire of
Wishing to retire from tlie business, we oiler 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. Satlsfacton reasons given
for wishing to sell. For further particular^ en
quire on the premises, or by letter to box 428.
Yankton, D. T. J. & j. CAMPBKLI.
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.
FR. SC'HJfAlBEll,
Co. Treasurer.
PROPOSALS FOR HAY.
OFFICE CHIEF C. S„ DEFARTM'TOF DAKOTA,
St. Paul, Minn., June So, 1878.
CEALED PROPOSALS, in duplicate, with a
•J copy of this advertisement attached, will be
received at this office, and by the Acting Assist
ant Commissaries of Subsistence at each of the
posts named, until li o'clock M„ July 9th, 1878,
or furnishing such Hay as may be required by
the Subsistence Department. V. S. Army, accord
ing to usual conditions, copies of which and of
blank forms on which to make proposals will be
furnished upon application to this office, or to the
Commissary at any of tlie post" named, as fol
lows
Fort Ruford, D. T., 350 tons, of 2.000 lbs each.
Fort Sisseton, D. T., 65 tons of S.OUO Bis each.
Lower Brule Agency, D. T., 1J0 tons, of 2,800 lbs
each.
ft mast be good Prairie Hav, cut tills vear,
properly cured, delivered and securely stacked
at tlie posts named, before September 15,1878.
M. K. MOKGAX, Major and C. S.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
EXCELSIOR.
DRUG STORE
MILLS & PURDY
Druggists
AKD
StationerS
THIRD STREET,
Yankton, Dakota
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Ttie Finest Assortment of
Books and Fancy Articles
IN THE WEST.
Headlight 0(1. the Best iu the Market
HOTELS.
GERMANIA HOUSE
Douglas Ave., near Third St.,
WALLBAIIM 4 BECKER, Pro*.
th» kMtawtH for travelers
4
Number 50.
MEAT MARKET.
Family Market]
Broadway, Yankton, D. T.
BRENNAN~& JORDAN
WILL [SUPPLY
Fresh Keats,
Salt Heats,
Fish and
CASH PAID FOR
Hides and
CUTTING & CLOUDAS,
W. B. VALENTINE
CONTRACTOR
A-XD
I E
YANKTON DAKOTA
GROCERIES.
O. P. HAGE
DEALER XN
STAPLE AND FANCY |J
GROCERIES,
Crockery and Glassware
THIRD STREET, -j
YANKTON. DAKOTl
John Foerster's
SUPERIOR
BOTTLED LAGER BEEK]
A N O N
1 Dos. Quart Bottles, Wrapped and La jf
WM.ll.Ti.
1 DM. Plot Bottles, Wrapped and
be led, S1.13.
1 Dos. Quart Bottles, Plain, 81.50.
1 Dos. Pint Bottles, Plain, Sl.^O.
Cases and Bottles to be Return
Leave orders at Brewery Ilall, Tliird Stre
BOTTLED BEE
O. F. ROSSTEUSCHER £00
Oity Brewery,
YANKTON, DAKOT
1 DM. InartDetUes [plalul at
1 DM.PI*tBM«UeCwnii5peditlabeled]
fapty Bottles to be:
Lim
I
Game
TO ORDER.
A Full Line of Vegetables in Season
Always on hand.
BRENNAN. L.WJOBDA1*-
JJRAY^& FLETCHER
The Only Complete
Provisions Dealers In Yankton.
A full line of clioice Groceries. Vegetables ot
all kinds. Flour, Butter and Kggs also a full
assortment of fresh and salt Meats, Fish, Oys-
F*-..
c-'®e-,.Jn
GEO. II. UAXD.
FOR SALE-THE YANKTON IRON WORKS.
short, everything needed to sat­
isfy the appetite of the most fastidious, constant
ly oil hand and for sale at bottom prices-
Pelts.
BRAY FLETCHER.
GROCERIES.
H. E. CUTTING. J. B. CLOUDA8
GENE & JACK
Cutting & Cloudas
DKALKRS IX
O E I E S
Tobacco and Cigars
THIRD STREET,
(Opposite Postoffice.)
Yankton,
"t
Dakota
Goods delivered free to any part of the city.
The best and cheapest always on band.

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