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SOCIETIES.
.^y.v io i\
lukola l.ml«f\ N'». l.—Uejxuhtr meetings on
Friday evening ol' ouch week, at. Odd Kollows
Hall, 'Sawyer's block.
Humboldt Lodge, ((ierman) No. n.—liegutar
meetings on Wednesday evening of each week,
al Odd Follows llall, Sawyer's block.
Vanktim Kneainiinient, No. 2.—Uvular mcel.-
IIII'S 011
1st., ami :ird. Monday evening of each
month, :il. Odd fellows llall. Sawyer's block.
A. F, A. M.
Yankton Chapter. No. 1.—Regular [meetings
on lir.sl.aml third Wednesdays oC each month,at
Masonic llall, Sawyer's bloc! Sojourning com
panions cordially invited.
St. John's Loilge, No. 1.—Uctfiniu communi
cations tin Tuesday evening, on or before lull
moon ol' each nionlli, ill, Masonic llall, Sawyers
IIIOUK. Sojourners eorllall.Y invited.
Omimunicattons for the Dally l'ress and la
Icolain, also advertisements, should lie liiinilcil
before 2 o'clock it. in.
Legal notices intended for the WeeUly l'rcs
anil Dakolaian siiouUl lie handed in not laler
than Tuesilay evening.
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF MAILS
iVAiwtu.MK
Aituiv
r.: ir i*. M.
Kastcrn.
.Sprinjslield and up river
.Niobrara
•Snmx Kails
l«'i resit el
arrives Friday
KAIHS.II,
DK.I'A IN'
7 :u0 A. ?1
ltV STACK.
7 :00 r.
K: no
7:00
I IHJ A.
7 :00
4
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at
0 0 0
7:150
M. iuu\
pjirls S:tl unlays al A. M.
Kr»Mit !itmvu, arrivos Tucsilays find KH*.
tlavs ai lu
A.
M. ami Ui-parls al saim* 'la at 1
V. M.
K.nlt, arrivesTus.lays al 12 .m. :uu\ tlfj.arls
\V'!ilu«'s»lavs«ti. r. m.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
A~ILI:K
IV
B~
OIIL^IAN, WILLI'S, LHJIKH'S and
Tobaccos. I'.roudwaY.
t'lnliiicr. rosl»ftlfi« JJUx-U,
IIATISS, JOHN O,
Third Street
CO.MiAll
.»iau(d'actuivil niicjijs Solil by all Deal
1
K1MK I .\AS, \V,
J) Jciicks JldH'l.
BKAY
BUAAIHLi:,
UICX.NAX
i'.roadway.
BLATT
C/
iJ
IV. ileal l-'state Leah-r.
jc Fi.IMi lll'K.
vision Ucalri'.s.
lit. Market cc i'ro-
C'aj»ilal-Sl.
aU* 5ro
Ci-m-ral
^IIMCK .V ., Whnb
cits, Korxvardin.i Stora ^-, am!
Steamboat Am-iiis. l.t-vec.
\V. A. Jr., Dealer in Khmr, Clrain
i# 1'Ved aiul 1'rovisions. Jlroadway, Block.
.V JOLLL)A\, Kamily Market,
(St lev's old stand).
!SL'i:KU01ir, (ieneral (irocers,
Wholesale a
and Retail. Broadway.
lOUSSELL Jt, iOVKLL, Dealers in all kinds
ol Groceries, Capital Street, between Second
and Thinl.
C*
UJTTIN(i Ac LOt'DAS, Grocers. Third-St
opposite i'oslolllce.
DVGorner
dmCV & IIAWLKV, General Jlardwar
Third a
ami Douglas-Sis.
DAKOTA
m:lt.\I.I, Democratic Newspaper
pulilislu'.l weekly, Taylor llros. l'ropnrtors
Tliinl-Si
MSi:IA\, .'IIAS.
(Icneral Clothing
IO.
Housed .Meri'liaiit Taikivini llroailway.
E\(
I.I,S|(!1.1II1,I,CO. jManufaelure l'aleiit
ami oilier liramls ol' l-'lour, Meal, l''eeil, ^',.
L'apijal-Sl., near t.evee.
EIMIIJ.M)»k\VV'.\,
Hankers ami Insurance
AKCIIIS. Hroailwa.v.
1?IiMisilarv.
It
ST XATIOXAT, I5ANK. (lovenimi'lll
.1.Mi-Vawl'relleni.« Kali
I'.ank i,n'U. liiril-Sl.
I.K, I'. K. Allorney
ilar-SI., mirlli til' Tliinl
-ai-l.aw. Olllee. Ce
/M:iiMAMA IIIMiSi:, Wallliaum & I
I'loprietors. 1 ioiij las-Ave.
HA«K,
& i,ui!BKE,
CIS.
PiCaiisamlKurs.
I. ics, I. &.-
W,U
k'-r.
O. I*. Kami I.\ llr.i.'er. Tliinl-S.I..
near rostollie\
HAVWAIlll,
.1. I'.. ileal Kslati
A^enl, Tlliril SI.
jiT^TNSOS^SI.II
JUIC I'ltlNTINO,
kol aian.
KAT/..
and Loan
lee Cream,
roceries, 'Tliirtl Jjtreet.
Kruits anil
Cveryslyle, at I'ressam! ia-
II. nntliin
(•ooits. Tliiri
Truuks ami Kurtiisliinx
hini-St.
I.'. J. Druiiaist. renninulon's
III
lllock.
1ThinlStreet.A.
AVI:M)I:II,
\V. Cash liroccry llonse
(KllipK, J. & II. DT
ilers in Curilwooil.
PKTEKSOX,(•'locks,
short notice
PA
E E A I
Of-
lice between till ami Mil on Hroailway.
MRI'.ltll.l.,
SAMIJUf.
oniameulal 1'ainter, Capital Street,\ ank
ton, i).T.
Mll.I.s.tl'l/ltnV,
UrugJilsts. Stationers ami
Notions. Tliirl-St.
A lull line ol'
irin
I St.
P. A.
.Jeweler.
.*e
Walclii
&c. JiepairiiiK done on
"'"oak. Tliinl S
t'oatcs'ltloe
PKAVKV
Itlios. Karminj Maeiiluery, Third
Street, near Capital.
ml Kit. M. 31. Insurant*
way. near Third-St.
Pi:iit
AKent. I'rtiad-
llide and l.eailier l)eal-
Third-Si.
Dealerin ttoiits.Shoes, Hals.
Tiiird-St.
Q'
UHIIKY
UIKIiSOK I.IXiAI. Itl.AMvS, At the
mil Dakotaian Counting Koom.
Pre
Hardware
Dejib-rs. Yank-
maud Deadwood. «.
l»IX,
ton and Dcadxi
SHANNON
.V. \VAMIAUAi:llt. Atlol'iieys-ilt-
l, nv. Oitiee in Serf's I'.lo. Corner Kilth i
tlroiuiway.
JAXIIORX, .1. II. Furniture Di'iiJerandMiui-
ul'aclnrer. Thinl-St., Hewitt's liloek.
rpvi.KR fc NISSICW ...
1
ons and Ituiwies. Hofse-shoeiuss and all
kinds of repairing
and Kourth.
Jlanutaetnrers of Wai
Hofse-shoehns and :ill
Ced.il'street. lictwven Third
Kurnishin^
UKOS. clnUihur and
iods, lVwltt's liUu'k.
W'""
V.\\
IM WIIUI', i:. II. t'ivil
Cnuvoyjuu'tT. S:i\vyi*i's ItUurk, up sialrs.
W
CIIAHMN. t)oal.*r In Un
M:K HUOS. C'.insmnus
in Kiieimi:^. lSro^dway.
WIUTK,
Fwurnwand Musi
I
8t. I»eiween Third and Kounh.
WI»T,
1^3
It
S O'CLOCK 3P. lyr.
THE NEWS-
MIS-
loin mado P.ools Shoos. Coatcs' lUiiltlin^
on llroadwav.
mid Di'al'T.s
limsuuili and Di'alor in
lilslcid 1
II. \V. Cti
I. !•:. Altorney-at-Law.
iN-nniiik'lonS lUuek.
lioxn
vtlriW'11% WIMJAM*. III KHlIn
W IQovator foot ol H«cond*ht.
Crossed the
The 'I'on-id Wave lias
Ocean.
In St. Louis the Mercury Still Hangs
High.
Australia Sclcctcd as the Sccnc ol the Next In
ternational Exposition.
Diwntiariiclioii Iu Sever.'!I )iiai'toi a Ori-r
Hie Work or I lie Ein*»ir:iit (OII^ICKK.
FOREICN.
TIIE CAltLTON CI.U11 I'.AKQLT.T.
L'nd(in, July 20.—The lianiuct tendered
to J,ird:i I3can.instie,ld and Salisbury,by the
itHon club, will be irlven on HIP- 27tli
instant.
THIi WliATIIIClt AlitlOAI).
London, July 20.—Hot weather prevails
here and mi tin: continent The heat is
very severe in Paris, mid in some pinti of
the exposition bnilding, the tC'inperature is
iintnrtiiiable.
IN AUSTItAI.IA.
The i!riii-h cnmmii-s'oners the expo
sition have (.lli.:i't!'y no'Wicd thv coiiimis
sioners of the intem ilinii'i! exliibitimi to be
held ft Melbourne, Australia, in 1HS0, a«j(l
invited the present exhiliiti'is.
1VA11 MATKIUAI, KOU
S.\),1C.
A correspondent al Uucb.irest telegraphs:
Tlio Russian tmihoriiies advertise sales of
war material lit various points in Hotinianiu-
IN(JL'It!Y.
The wir ol'Russia lias teleiriMplut.l to
liurhari'st, inquliiiig' as to tiie condition ol'
the prime minister, Urutiauo, who was ser
iously injured by a carriage accident on
Wednesday.
I'HICiS CO.MMKNTS.
London, July 20.—Paris and Vienna
newspapers generally comment favorably
upon lieae jiislield's stjtemeiit, in explana
tion of the treaty of Berlin iu the house of
lords Thursday. The Italian government
and conservative organs continue to attack
KuKl ind. Italian newspapers don't notice
the subject of English occupation of Cy
prus, but exclusively devote their attention
to Austria. The Standard's assertion that
the Indian ambassador ti Vienna had been
callcd to Rome oa this tubject is denied.
The embassador went to Paris on short
leave his visit beini unconnected with
polities.
AT SKA,
QueeiistowtK July 20.—While, the steam
er Adriatic Irom Liverpool for New York,
by way of this put, wm c.imtng do.vn the,
channel yestenViv in the. fog,-ehc ran into,
and sunk a coasting schooner. The crew
of the Fchooner, with the exception of one
person were drowned. The Adriatic em
harked the mails and passengers here, ar.d
proceeded for Nrc.v York Inst night.
lilsSATIsr.U.'TloX WITH Till'. TltEATY. Ol'
r.i:i:i,iN.
London July 20.—The Jtussian unoflieial
press is more or less dissatisfied with the
treaty. Ak?akoflj a ponelavist agitator, made
meh ii violent speech at Moscow against the
lltissiau concessions in congress that he was
warned that its repetition would he regarded
as a personal attack on the ezar.
London, July 22.—A Derlin letli-r says:
The Stavophil enthusiasm is disappointed.
The liberals would have been willing that
the state of war thould coutiuue, 1) cause
they hoped out of its results to pain the
basis of constitutional liberty, but an im
mense majority of the lltissiau people, as
well as the meichantile community, and
wealthy us well as the lower masses, arc
heartily glad of the return of pence.
Dekrade, July 20.—Great dissatisfaction
exists throughout Scrviii -regarding the sti
pulation made hy the l.crlin congtess, re
quiring Sei'via to contribute towan's pav
ing the Turkish del.I. It is estimated Ser
acs share will be 3,000,000 piastres.
Till: r.UIUAMKNT.
London, July 20.—The correspondent of
the Edinburg Scotchman says: The l'rit
irli cabinet has finally decided not to dissolve
the parliament this year.
THE TORRID TERM.
JN TT, T*OL'I3.
5
Volume 4. VANKTON, DAKOTA TERRITORY, SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 20,1878.
JjATKIi.
Mercury nill rangen from 2° to 2|0 liiyli
er than yeslerilny. At 3 oYlork the llicr
moincler marked 00°. Three inure eases at
the dispensary Mno.e 11 o'clork—two whisky
lieatfl and ono sunstroke.
Prof. Tyco iircdicls that with tiie excep
tion of a very few days, we are to have ex
ceedingly hoi. weallier for the remainder of
the month.
IN NEW YOIIK.
New York, July 20,—At noon to-day the
thermometer marked 80° in the shade, a fall
of 5° from esterday's temperature at the
same hour.
TELECRAPHIC BKtVITIES.
Boston, illy 20.—The work shop of the
new stales prismi Concord, Mass., was
burned this morniiu:. Loss, estimated at
$100,000.
New Orleans, July 2(1.—The Galveston
News special says: A liniind Rock squad
of Lieut. Reynold men, state troops, cap
tured Sam Iiass, about, seven miles from
here this morning. IV.ss was badly wound
ed.
New Yoik, July 20.-- Bank statement:
Reserve increase $084,450.
New York, July '20.—Kx-liisliop XlcCosk
ery and wife, of Michigan, sailed lo-day for
Ku rope".
NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
The river has |iiit cutting intft thr bank
of Vermillion.
Several catlle died in Turner county from
the effects of the heat.
The_Turner county reimbliciiti cumraittce
met at Swan Lake to-day.
There are 410 acres planted to melons in
Bon Homme county this year.
101") decrees iu the shade at Roscoe,
Moody couuty, on Saturday last.
The contract has been let for grading the
Pembina road from Caliope to Beloit
Mrs. II. C. Burr is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Dr. lloyt, ut Swan Lake.
Mrs. Joseph Moulin, living near Vermil
lion, fell and broke her arm last Saturday.
A new town is about to be bora half a
mile south of Fiulay on the Vermillion, in
Turner county.
The republican county convention ol
Grand Forks county will be held on the
10th of August.
The Fiaudreau and Brooklyn hall
clubs had a tussle, and the former won,
the score being 17 to 0.
Agricultural implement dealer!) "in the
Sioux valley are unable to supply the de
mand for machinery.
A livery horse and a yoke of oxen died of
heat on the road between Flandreau and
Dell Rapids on Monday.
Charles Boerig, ol Springfield has a card
in tiie Citi/.on announcing himself as a car
didnte for register of deeds of Bon Homme
coui.ty.
The people of Fiaudreau and other points
wi ttie upper Sioux valley are calling for
a iliity mail. They need it and should
have it.
lion Homme Citizen: W. S. Cole has
com seven feet eleven inches high. When
his corn has tasseled, it. will not bo less
than ten feet high.
The following were installed as eflbers
of the I'll Point lodge of odd fellows on
the 1
tith J. A. Wallace, N. G. John
Brown, V. G. A. Strobcl. treasurer K. W.
Miller sccrct try.
Riv.-S. A. Lindholm, a recent graduate
from Augiutinu college and theological
seminary, of Rock Island, Illinois, has lo
cated nt. Blnominadale, where he has been
called as pastor of the Sweedtsh Lutheran
church.
Courier: Sheriff Bovee just returned to
this city from an extended trip up in the
uorthern part of the county, and he reports
the crops up that way as simply immense.
Notwithstanding the severe rain and wind
storms we have had recently, ho says the
grain is standing up well and is hut very
li tie damaged by falling down. lie also
siys that the grain has not been injured
rust, as 1ms been reported.
The Baptist elnuv.h of Klk I'oii.t was
stiuck by lightning Tuesday afternoon. It
struck the roof at the front gable-end run
ning down inside the siding until near the
fl ior. tearing the siding loos:! the whole
distance, wHeu it took a shout inside of the
building making a hole in. a stoye drum
like a ritla bullet, and down through the
Uoor tearing the corner ht me out of the
foundation, when it disappeared. No veiy
serious damage done.
8t. Ijouis, July 20.—Nctwitlisitimiing
a fine brei /.o iroohthe wrst mu! cltuuiy sky
this mominir, the tcmpcru^ne wi.s warmer
than yesterday. The UiermomuUT marked
al8 o'clcok, 8l» 0 ciVlock, 10 o'elrek, ficomljs of Home would be
«2}£ 11 o'ciock, 113. There is from half 1 paied lo tbe pruvailiug i!u:iiuss—that even
degree nl 8 o'clock two d^ius at 10 a fuueral would bt a suurce of exeilement
o'clock higher than \vstcrdiiy. Only lour to tac* people. Siviux City h,is been \verk
cased were trailed it the dispensary up 10 i»K towauU this condition for :verui years,
civil Knulnt'or and oYlook, uv. (d* which were mne whisky und what ihc Journal now so honestly ad
ih in heat. One, an old female gridmte of mils I ns been frequently remarked l*y trav
thc stmp house iw.d wo:klu»ust\ nud anoth- el.is.
er son of J«s. H. Tlnni-y, commisiiion
mcrrhiuit, who wlu'o riuinu on stKvt our
WAS
u'tK'ked, und
The loca' editor of tl.e Journal says Siotix
City is so dull that .ti streets wouldn't make
a decent rival of a graveyard—tlr.t the eat
a circus com-
.. ,.^i One dealer ^ioux FalU said harves-
1
WEI.T TO
tors in two day*.
the dispensaiyj
himself aud w»»s n-stoiud
The follow\vp dcr.tiis should \w added to
vrstcrdnv'8 list: Kred Kpker. (honrt*
Mueller, fhoums Kelly—veiv haid|«lnnker.
Tho whole number ot casra ported yes
terday from nil sourws were only twenty
nine, no^rly all of wblcb were alight.
Another eiglitv acre addition a!out be-
in^ made to Sioux l'alls,
At Klk Voint
IIIM
••'1
•fw^v^^9r^%r •^pfw
•s #t*4« *«*, y^zU^Z&^ZJZif
uf
V*
lx•fcj
fe- ("5 "7?
James Kagen of VermillionliMl a$i:j5
horse from the efleets of the heal a fe# days
ago.
The improvements now in progress at
Sioux Falls give employment to sixty me
chanics.
Sioux Falls Panlagraph The musical
mower is abroad in the land —lPlawlrean
ICnUrprite. Gin your reapertorial ear hear
anything mower musical?
Union County Courier: II. If. lludd, of
Lodi, D. T., was married to a daughter of
Rev. A. K. Curtis, of this city, last week
Miss Curtin is also a niece of Mr. Eudd.
The Union County Courier says tliattliere
has been a larger demand for harvesting ma
chinery this ytar than ever before in one
year. The supply is far inadequate to meet
the wants of the farmers.
Union County Courier, 17th: Dan Rice,
the circus man, and a man of his employ
had a little difficulty at "Wood's hotel this
morning, and raised quite a breeze. Dan
bccanie so violent and enraged that he went
out to the wood pile, grabbed an axe and
hurled it at his opponent. It was fortunate
that he missed his aim, as it would have
killed him instantly it it had hit hint. No
arrestB.
A E S E E A
A i*ii .=THKI:T.
Xew York, July 20.
Child--l.OOjc.
Sioeks—irregular
MILWAUKEE,
Milwaukee, July 20.
WHEAT—Ife' lower except September
which is ije higher hard, 1.0G No. 1
1.0-lJc No. 2, 1.01' ftr cash 90 for Au
gust Sj for September No. 3, SO
Oj S7c.
CoitX—oo',e
OATS—25: e.
RYE—olc.
BAJU.EY—Toe.
CHICAGO.
Chicago, July 20.
WHEAT—strong, unsettled and higher
97c for cash 9G:Jc bid for July Sfi:iC bid
for August.
CORN—easier but steady 3S\c for cash
3Sa for July 37^.37:jc for August.
OATS—firmer 2olc for cash 2-1'IN for
July 22:e bid for August.
RYE—higher olc.
BARLEY—05E.
POUK—dull and steady 0.30 for cash,
August 0.121(5,9.45 for September.
J.Aiin—steady and unchanged.
WHISKY—1.05.
NI:\V YORK MARKET.
New York, July 20.
WHEAT—|uiot receipts, 03,000 salt
none No. 2, spring, .Tillv 1.02Je bid 1.05
ked.
RYE—steady and rjuiet.
COKX—unchanged receipts, 104,000
sales, 12"),000 45P47',c for mixed west
ern.
BARI.EY—nominal.
OATS—unchanged receipts, 60,000 sales,
23,000 31i031c for mixed western 32
(23HAc for white.
Por.K—steady 10.25(77.10.-10.
LARD—steady 7.20 07,25.
WHISKY—1.07Jc.
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MIRRORS ml -o
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UNDERTAKER'S GOODS,
Dewitt's Block, Third-St
YANKTON DAKOTA.
COGSWELL
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146 State Street,
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GRAIN, &C.
Wilcox 1 Williams
GRAIN DEALERS.
Also a full line ol
FAIIMIXG IMPLEMENTS
Bain's Celebrated Wagons,
—FARM AND FREIGHT—
Minnesota Chief Tlircslicr
"NEW MANNY"
a a
PATENT
SPRING STEEL BEAM PLOWS
&e., &c., &c.
Second and Mulberry Sts.
BANKS
A N O N A N
EDMUNDS & WYNN. Bankers,
Yankton, .... Dakota
DO
A GE"KKAL
Banking, Collection & Loan Business
The same as National Banks.
Buy and sell exchange on the principal cities
of the United States and Europe. Special at
tio paid to collections and remitted for
Invariably on Day of Payment.
Will loan money, pay taxes and sell real estate
for non-residents, on favorable terms. Ageuts
for reliable Insurance Companies, and insure
property on terms favorable.
JAMES S. FOSTER,
Heal Estate Dealer
YANKTON, DAKOTA,
Has THIRTY FARMS desirably located,
ranging in price from $100 to $-1,000,
according to distance from rail
road and amount of im
proments also
Desirable ResHlt'iices ami V'nimproved
Cily Froiicrty.
Investments made tor Non-resident Capital
ists, and satisfaction guaranteed. Having been
a resident of Dakota lor fourteen years, and lie
ins familiar with the southeastern portion of the
territory. will cheerfully answer letters of in
quiry with veterenee to lands. I will also
furnish
free, on application, such printed matter as 1 am
aide to command.
GROCERIES.
O. P. HAGE
DEALER IN
STAPLE AND FANCY
:&} Y:*jm3HJ
am
.!L*
GROCERIES,
Crockery and Glassware
THIRD STREET.
YANKTON.
AS.
i1*
Number 73.
FULL LINE OF
(MUfflRM, ilPLHMT!!
i| CELEBRATED
LA BELLE WAGON
EMPIBEs
REAPER&.
MOWER
McDERMOTT
BIDING CULTIVATOR.
imsjl'
McDERMOTT
WALKING CULTIVATOR.
Polo Harvester.
NICHOLS, SHEPARD & CO'S
THRESHERS.
TRIUMPH WKB MIIXS, fcC., tC
THIRD STREET,
Between Capitalist,
ie Dongtai*Ave
BRAY &. FLETCHER
The Only Complete
Provisions Dealers in Yankton.
A full line of choice Groceries. Vegetables ot
all kinds. Flour, Hutter and Eggs also a full
assortment of fresli and salt Meats, Fisli, Oys
ters. &e,, &c. In short, everything needed to sat
isfy the appetite of tiie most fastidious, coustant
!y on hand and for sale at bottom prices.
CASH PAID FOR
Hides and Pelts.
BRAY & FLETCHER.
FANCY GROCERIES.
C0UNSELL & C0VELL,
Retail Groceries.
CAPITAL-ST., Bet. SECOND & THIRD
A full stock of choice Cigars and Tobacco al
ways on hand.
W. B. VALENTINE
CONTRACTOR
AXD
I E
YANKTON DAKOTA
PAINTING.
Samuel Merrill,
Carriage, Sign & Ornamental
FAINTER,
Capital Street, near 3d, Yankton, D. T.
All work done with neatness and dispatch.
HOTELS.
GERMANTSTHOUSE
Douglas Ave., near Third St.,
YANKTON, DAKOTA
WALLBAUM & BECKER, Props.r
This house is the headquarters lor travelers
and immigrants. Good stablino.
J. E. BRUCE & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Bealers in "4
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
Stone's Block, Opp. Jencks Hotel,
Yankton, ... Dakota.
DAKOTA HOUSE,
(FOKMEBLY ADELrni)
The Central Hotel of the City
VERMILLION, DAKOTA.
Tatilc su{pll wtfta evervtlUug thn-market
affords. Ileallquarters tor commercial traveteis.
Free baggi^c t» and irotn the depot.
W. 8. KNMTEN. Troprletor.
PROFESSIONAL.
I. E. WEST,^
A A a
YANKTON,
DAKOTA
Ofice,
BOMB 9,1
OAKtifA
\v ill give particular attention to tiie
settlement
of of ae4 pwmqnt. pay Ux«s to
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