$hf gaily grfss and fnfcotaiatt
Friday Evening, August 23,1878
Communications lor the Dally Press and la
kotain, also advertisements, should be handed
it before 2 o'clock p. in.
The supreme court
Hollenbeck is still in
will adjourn this
A new dumber tlx Hall aafe has
-. placed in the office of the Jencks hoteh
The Sioux Falls delegate* left this after
noon for heme by private conveyances.
The weather is oppressively hot, and an
other Manitoba wave is devoutly prayed
Bon Homme county has elected the fol
lowing delegates to the democratic conven
tion which meets in this city next Thursday:
Gen. C. T. Campbell, C. S. Rowe, H. E.
Bonesteei, E. F. Armstrong and Frank
Richmond. Charles Mix county sends Fel
icia Fallas and Brule county D. \V. Spauld
In addition to the large number of stran
gers in Yankton, yesterday, a few made
their appearance who did not attend the
convention. One of them is stopping at
the house of Frank Searles, another at Geo.
B. Hoffman's, and still another at Charley
Long's. Mothers and fathers are all doing
Ex-Sheriff Seth Bullock, of Deadwood,
has been designated by the secretary of the
agricultural society to collect. and forward
to the secretary a collection of minerals,
quartz, &c., from the Black Hills mines.
The collection will be exhibited at the
Fair at Vermillion and after its close sent
to the permanent exhibition at Fairmount
Park, Philadelphia. We hope our Black
Hills friends will interest themselves, and
make up a collection that will do the Hills
At the democratic caucuses in this city
last night the following'delegates were
elected to the county convention, which
meets in this city Saturday: Fifth precinct
—Bartlett Tripp, S. L. Spink, J. Brlnker
hoff, Oliver Shannon, Maris Taylor, C. F.
Lange, J. H. Shannard, A. M. English, J.
Curry and E. li. Wheeler. Sixth precinct
—J. F. MacNamara, C. H. Edwards, Wm.
Gemmill, E. Benzinger, C. H. Bates P.
Cavalier, B. Partridge, J. B. Van Velsor,
Michael McLain and F. M. Ziebach.'
Geo. C. T. Campbell, of Scotland, is in
Wm. L. Jov, a prominent attorney of
Sioux City, is in town.
Alex. Johnson, of the Pioneer-Press, left
for home this morning.
Fred Cross went down to Meckling this
morning to remain a few days.,
Hon. A. W. Barnes will leave for his
home at Fargo to-morrow morning.
Mrs. M. A. Dugan, of Ft. Thompson, ar
rived this afternoon on the steamer Key
Father L'hiver will arrive home to-mor
row, and will hold services on Sunday, as
Gen. Terry, commanding the military
department of Dakota, expected on this
E. E. Cook, a prominent lawyer of Dav
enport, Iowa, arrived last night and will
remain a few days in Yankton.
Mrs. Buchanan and Bon, of Dubuque, and
Mrs. Miller, of Sioux City, Iowa, arrived
on last evening's train and are visiting Mrs.
M. Grigsby will leave for Sioux Falls
this evening, and Mm. G. W- Kingsbury
will accompany him and will remain sever
^(ijftl days visiting her sister, Mrs. Grigsby.
Gea. John Gibbon, commander of the
famous iron brigade in the army of the Po
tomac, Col. J. G.
Lewis E. Jones has retired from the jnan
agement.of the St. Helena Bulletin, and Is
succeeded by P. C. Nissen.
Felix Dilger has threshed his wintir
wheat, and it brings a yield of twenty-seven
bushels per acre of number one quality.
The thermometer at Kadish's drug store
marked 94° at noon to-day thermometers in
other parts of th&town indicated from 76
to 100° in the shade.
On the 8th ballot last night, Col. Louns
berry only lacked 68 votes of being declar
ed the nominee of the convention. He
made a narrow eecape.
It is reported that a man answering the
description of John W. Morris, who escap
ed from the U. S. jail in this city a little
over a month ago, Is In limbo at Vermil
The commissioner of Indian affairs ad
veitises in to-day's paper for proposals for
the erection of buildings at Red Cloud and
Spotted Tail agencies. Builders will take
A smoke house in the rear of Wm.
Stier's residence burned this afternoon and
about 400 pounds of bacon belonging to
Blatt & Beurdoff was destroyed in the
blaze. No insurance.
Probabilities of the weather for the up.
per Mississippi and Missouri Valleys, parti
ly cloudy weather, frequent rain, opposing
warm south and cold north wind?, followed
by rising barometer.
Most of the delegates to the republican
convention left for their respective homes
to day. Those from Northern Dakota, and
Union and Clay counties, and a portion of
the Black)Hills delegation, left on theDakota
Southern this morning. Those from the
interior counties, who came in their own
conveyances, left during the day.
Lee, Col. Dewey, of
the staiT at the governor of Illinoia, and
John Gibbon, jr., will arrive in Yankton
SrcoiiH Jntiet« DUtrlct Convention, at
Vu»on,to«ko)« Af*. aa. ists. ji
Upon the adjournment of the Republican
Territorial Convention, the delegates from
the several counties in the Second Judicial
District, assembled in the court robin and
organised a District Convention.
Ex-Gov, Edmonds of Yankton was elected
president and Geo W. Kingsbury secretary.
The president stated the object of the con
vention to be the nomination of a candidate
for the office of District Attorney .for the
Second Judicial District.
Upon a call of the roll, the following coun
ties were found to be represented.
Armstrong, Bon Homme, Brookings,
Clay, Codington, Davison, Deuel, Grant,
Hamlin, Hutchinson, Lake, Lincoln, Min
nehaha, Moody, Turner, McCook, Union
Nominations being in order, Mr. Nash,
of Lincoln, placed in nomination O. S. Gif
ford, of Canton.
Mr. Gamble, of Yankton," 'nominated
Phil. K. Faulk.
Mr. Pettigrew, of Miunehalia nominated
Alfred Flagg, of Sioux Falls.
Mr. Hughes, of Union, nominated J. A.
Wallace, of Elk Point.
On the first informal ballot Mr. Gifford
received 27 votes Mr. Faulk, 13 Mr.
Flagg, 27: Mr. Wallace, 14.
Whole number of votes cast 79.
The convention then proceeded to a formal
ballot, with the following result:
Gifford, 27 Faulk, 2 Flagg, 28 Wal
Whole number of votes cast 79, necessary
to a chqlce 40. There being no choice an
other ballot was had with about the same
Mr. Faulk's name was then withdrawn,
and the convention proceeded to vote again,
resulting in the following vote:
Mr. Gifford 39 Mr. Flagg 41. Mr. Flagg
having received a majority, on motion of
Mr. Grisby the nomination was made
On motion a district committee was
named consisting of the TerritorialJRepubli
can committee, from the second judicial
There being no further business the con
vention adjourned sine die.
TO THE SMOKERS OF YANKTON.
Our full stock of fine cigars has arrived.
If you are in want of a first-class cigar cill
on us and we are confident that we can
please you every time.
MAYR & BAJ?tox.
The steamer Key Wes?, F. -Maratta mas
ter and A. A. White clerk, arrived this af
ternoon from up river. The. following we
make up from her log: August 13:li. Left
Cow island 5:20 p. m. and laid up at a
wood yard 15 miles above Carroll. August
13. Started out at 3 a. m. landed at Carroll
4 a. m. left Carroll 3:30 a. ran into a
herd of about 200 buffalo swimming the ri
ver at Fort Poucbet at 11 a. m. killed 12
and brought 2 of them on board and the
mate took his men and the yawl and caugbt
one of the calves and brought on board
alive, which Capt. Maratta intends sending
to his stock farm in Pennsylvania. August
15. Started at 3 a. m. met steamer Red
Cloud at Galpin, 8:15 a. m. met steamer
Col. McLeod at Amelia Poe bend. August
16. Started out at 3 a. m. high wind, lund
ed at Fort Buford 4 p. m. took on General
Chas. Tompkins snd Frank McCreary son
of the secretary of war and left Buford 4:30
p. m. August 17. Started at 3 a. m. met
steamer Josephine at Big Bend 4:30 p. m.
August 18. Started out at 3 a. m. passed
Fort Bertbold 7:15 a. m. passed Fort Ste
venson 9:15 a. m. met steamer Helena at
11 a. m. 2 miles above Knife river M. T.,
landed at Bismarck at 5:15 p. m. Steam
er Kattie P. Kounlz, Eclipse, Fontenelle
Geo. Mead laying at Bismarck. August
19th. Took on small lot freight for Stand
ing Rock and left Bismarck for Yankton at
8:20 am landed at Standing Rock 5:20
and put off 191 packages government
freight and left at 6 15 m. August 20.
Started out at 3a met steamer Black
Hills6 a at Little Soldier village met
steamer Rose Bud 4:30p m. August 21.
Started at 3:30 am met steamer Far West
landed at Fort Pierre 9am took on wood
and small lot of freight and passengers and
started again at 2 a met steamer West
ern 6:30 mat St. John's Island. August
22.. Started at 3 a met steamer C. K.
Peck 6am just above Brule post met
steamer Big Horn 12:45 p. mat HotSprings
island. August 23. Started out at 3 a. m.
and landed at Yankton 8:45 a m.
The "Father Mathew Temperance" socie
ty will meet at the Catholic church, Sunday
the 25th inst., at 2 p. m. All members are
requested to be present as business of im
portance will be transacted.
By order of the president.
J. J. Gbiffin, Sec.
Chas. Eiseman & Co., Merchant Tailois
are now receiving their Fall Stocks of cloths,
cassimers and worsteds, for gentleman's wear
—we guarantee satisfaction in goods, make
up and prices.
Free lunch at ihe Tivoli saloon, Third
street, every morning, from 10 to 12 o'clock
and on each Saturday evening from 9 to 11
o'clock. L. Fbeudenstein.
Eiseman offers the most complete line of
ladies dress goods—every variety—with
prices that cannot fail to please.
Ready made goods, furnishing goods, va
lises,—An unlimited assortment—at Eise
man'* Broadway House.
Call at Eiseman's mamouth Dry Goods &
Merchant Tailoring House, before you leave
Milwaukee ueer on anuagbtatGeo Browns'
at five cents a glaas.\ i'-
Last Night's Session of the Repub
lican CoBveBtioD Gives its. a
hCamMate for Congress^!!.
if '"i1. :.*r Fji .7
A General Stampede in Favor ol the Nomination
of Judge Granville G. Bennett
Complete Report of the Procerillnr* of
THE CONVENTION REASSEMBLED
promptly at eight o'clock last evening.
During its hour and a half of recess the va
rious 'delegations had caucused the claims
and chances of candidates, understandings
were reached between individuals, new com
binations were effected, and the resumption
of the session indicated a settled purpose
towards a radical change in the situation.
Col. Moody's backers had reached a conclu
sion that either their man or Judge Bennett
must give way, in order to secure the defeat
of Judge Kidder. It was Kidder against the
field and unleasthe field could concentrate it
would come out second best in the contest.
The twenty-nine delegates from the Hills
stood fast for Judge Bennett. There was
also at this juncture a strong feeling in his
favor among Yankton county representa
tives. The northern Dakota vote which
had been running wild during the convention
were willing to step in for Bennett. Union
county, which had stood solid for Moody
from the beginning, began to fear that Kid
der was liable io teoure the few votes he
needed from among the pick-ups in north
eastern and southeastern Dakota and was
ready to fly to Bennett to turn the tide
against the man thev opposed. The Jim
river counties were also anti Kidder and
could be relied upon to give direction to
any movement against him. This was
about the condition of things on the reas
sembling of the convention after supper and
all interest was centered on the
EIOHTII FORMAL BALLOT.
The vote was not decisive, each anti-Kid
der delegation seeming to be disposed to
risk one more chance, with the mental res
ervation that if it looked too Kidderish an
amendatory move could be made in time to
save the result.
Previous to the call of counties H. C.
Miller, of Stutsman county, rose and pre
sented the name of C. A. Lounsberry to the
The ballot was called and resulted as fol
Kidder, 00 Bennett, 57 Moody, 20
This was the ballot as it was originally
reached. Hutchinson county had chauged
it* three votes from Moody to Bennett and
this was the thinning of a stampede which
turned the entire convention over to the
man presented by the Black Hills. When
Union county was reached there was a brief
delay while the delegation went into consul
tation. Capt. Hughes finally announced
ten votis for Bennett amid the wildest ex
citement. Yankton county was called and
asked for a momcnt's delay. Its vote was
given in by Gov. Edmunds, ten for Ben
Cass county caihe to its feet and changed
three of its votes from Moody to Bennttt.
Stutsman county changed its two votes
from Lounsberry to Bennett.
One vote for Lake county, cast for Moody,
was changed to Kidder.
Pembina county changed its three votes
from Kidder to Bennett.
Richland county changed its three votes
from Kidder to Bennett.
Turner county changed its five votes from
Moody to one for Bennett, three for Kidder
and the other vote was lost.
Bon Homme changed its six votes from
Kidder to Bennett.
The climax was reached and the conven
tion had turned to Bennett so decidedly
that there was no question about his nomi
nation. Seventy-five of the one-hundred
and thirty-nine votea in the convention had
been recorded for him when E. A. Wil
liams, of Burleigb, gained a recognition
from the chairman and moved that the
nomination of G. G. Bennett be
made unanimous. The motion prevailed
and with loud cheers the convention fixed
its choice upon Judge Bennett as the stand
ard bearer of the republican party of Dak
ota during the coming congressional cam-
Gen. Beadle 'moved that a*
five be appointed to wait upou the nominee
and notify him of the choice of the conven
tion. The chair appointed Gen. Beadfe
Seth Bullock, E. A.. Williams, A. McAuley
and J. E. Haggert as such committee.
j|»y,» kii fo.^ Vwa»*a^fa^agiia^^a^^^
The committee on resolutions submitted
the following report which was unanimously
Retolved, That we hold an undoubting
faith that the better judgment ot mankind
approves the record of the republican party
in patriotism and civil achieveMrt, and the
humane and lofty principles which in times
of public trial created and iiispircd it
Resolved, That to be and continue a great
nation the United States must be a govern
ment founded throughout upon principles of
law which make citizenship honorable and
secure to it all its franchises and privileges,
and which secures free suffrage, keeps un
trammcled all political rights and responds
to loyal fealty with everjt means necessary
to promote its honest welfare.
Rexolved, That we rejoice in-the great and
general prosperity throughout the borders
of Dakota, and see in the strength of the
free institutions here planted the natural
product of republican doctrines and that
we urn upon the UniUxJ States such just
and liberal aid in the survey and settlement
of our lands, the development of our
varied resources, the protection and
encouragement of our enterprises and
the promotion of ovr welfare as is
commensurate with the Vapidity of our
growth and the present duty or the sovereign
Retolved, That we pledged the repab
llcan party of Dakota and it* representatives
in whatever department lo advance with all
its zeal the promotion of these ends and the
development of the territory, to build up
free local government, enact wise and whole
some laws, enforce strict economy in public
expenditures, extend the blessing of educa
tion and make pure iuid -liberal the safe
guards of society and lay broad and deep the
foundations of our growing commonwealth.
Ruolted, We present to the people of the
the. territory, name of Hon. Grauille G. Ben
nett for delegate to congress and under his
leadership we congratulate the people upon
thecertain assurance of republicae victory in
every county throughout theterritory.
On motion of Seth Billock, of Lawrence,
the thanks of the convention were tendered
to Judge Kidder for the able manner in
which he has represented the territory of
Dakota in congrcts. The motion included
the appointment of a committee of three to
wait upon Judge Kidder and invite him
to appear before the convention and
make some remarks. The committoe
was appointed aud proceeded upon its mis
sion, headed by tho lengthv deputy United
States marshal of Lawrence county.
A motion thanking Col. Parker, chair
man of the convention, for the able and im
partial m*nuor in which he had conducted
affairs, was unanimously adopted.
R. F. Pettigrew, of Minnehahu, moved
that the convention proceed to the election
of a chairman of the territorial republican
central committee. The motion was adopt
N. C. Nash, of Lincoln, nominated Alex.
Hughes, of Union, as chairman of the cen
tral committee and he was elected.
J. A. Wallace, of Union, moved
tb&t the chair appoint a committee to select
four persons from each judicial district to
constitute a central committee. Adopted,
and J. P. Belding, of Lawrence, Newton
Edmunds, of Yankton, and L. M. Griffin, of
Burleigh, were appointed.
The following resolution, presented by C.
V. Gardner, of Lawrence, was adopted
Resolved, That we the delegates from
the Black Hills hereby extend to the peo
ple of Yankton our earnest thanks for their
generous hospaitlity. And to the people ol
eastern Dakota our sincere thanks and
great appreciation for so generous a sup
port of our candidate and we hereby pledge
ourselves to give Judge Bennett 4,000 votes
from the Black Hills in next November
The committee appointed to select the
central committee reported the following
1st district—John Hildebrand, Mr.
Marshman, Lawrence county F. J. Cross.
Custer county E. Van Cise, Pennington
2d district—E. B. Dawson, Clay county
R. F. Pettigrew, Minnehaha county G. C,
Moody, Yankton county W. M. Cuppett,
3d district—E. A. Williams, Burleigh
county Geo. H. Walsh, Grand Forks
county A. McHench, Cass county, T. S,
Collins, Cass county.
The report of the committee was accepted
L. D. F. Poore, of Bon Homme, presented
the following resolution which was adopted
Resolved, That it is the sense of this con
vention that the apportionment of delegates
auiong the various counties of Dakota to the
republican territorial convention, be based
upon the republican vote cast at the last pre
ceding delegate election, and that the central
committee selected by this convention be
requested to take notice of this resolution.
A vote of thanks was given to all the
officers of the convention.
The Committee appointed to wait on
Judge Bennett reported that they bad found
their man and that he was in their possess
ion. The nominee of the convention ap
peared and was received with
enthusiastic applause. He accept
ed the nomination in a neat little
speech and then modestly withdrew to a
corner, where be was made the recipient of
the congratulations of the members of the
convention and of hundreds of outsiders
who bad heard the news and came in to
shake the hand of the coming man.
After Judge Bennett's remarks, James
Carney, of Lawrence, moved 'that the con
The motion was carried and the chairmaB
announced the convention adiourned sine
ONE OF THE BRIGHTEST CHARMS
of a fair face is a fine set of teeth. The
ladies being fully alive to this fact, pa
tronize SOZODONT in preference to any
dentifrice, since they know by experience
that it preserves like no other the pris
tine whiteness and cleanliness of the
teeth, and makes a naturally sweet breath
additionally fragrant. It is one of the
privileges of the beaux sex to look love
ly and that proportion of it which use
SOZODONT, has learned that the article
contributes in no small degree to the
end in view. All druggists sell it.
If there is any luxury more generally
appreciated than another,it is good cof
feb. Few persons can roast coffee well,
and to meet this want Messrs. Bell, Con
rad & Co., Chicago, have imported and
rosted a coffee called
which is the nearest approach to Java of
any heretofore offered to consumers. It
is not glazed is brittle, and will grind
easily. Your grocer has the goods for
sale, as also the famous
PEERLES8 BAKING POWDKB,
made by the same Arm. Ask him for
them and obtain the best goods in the
TRY IT TRY IT TRY IT
S. Venable* Co.'s Red Tag Chewing
Tobacco, the best in the world. M. H.
Jenkinson, Sole Agent.
PERUVIAN BEER, a strictly temper
ance drink, is a delightful hot weather bev
erage. MlI.IJiA Pl'KDY.
Gents' furnishing goods at Ihe New York
and notions for ladle* at
Old papers tor sale at thli
DEPARTURE? OF MAILS
Ft. Kantlall, Ft.
II :15 !•. M.
.«:»o i\ M.
Sully autl up
liver points. Tiics. 1
Thill's Mi :M l'
Eastern mull closes at 7 :8o a. 111, •,
-1 :00 AM
i-. Frlil. P:0° Thill's 1
Ktlen Friday 6 :00 r.
Zlskov.. .Tuesday 5 00 Wednesday 7 00
Friday W Saturday., fi
Malls leaving belorc
close previous eve-
I. O. O. V.
Dakota Lodge, No. t.—Ite^ular meetings on
Friday evening of each week, at Odd Fellows
Hall, Sawyer's block.
Humboldt Udgc, (Ceriuan) No. 5.—
meetings on Wednesday evening ol each week,
atOdd FollowsJIall, Sawyer's bloek.
Yankton Encampment, No. 8.—Regular meet
ings on 1st. and 3rd. Monday evening of each
month, at Odd Fellows Hall, Sawyer's block.
A. F. Is A. M.
Yankton Chapter. No. I.- _____
on llrstand third Wednesdays of each month, at
Masonic Hall, Sawyer's block.
panions cordially invited.
each month, at
St. John's Lodge, No. l.—Kegularcommuni
cations on Tuesday evening, on or before full
moon of each month, at Masonic Hall, Sawyer's
bloek. Sojourners cordially incited.
Apply at number three, brick row, Fourth
street. Mns. Wm. M. 1'owkhs.
DAKOTA SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATION.
Regular meetings on Wednesday evening of
eaeh week, at 8 o'clock, attheotliee of Dr. .1. M.
A small gold chain bracelet, with peai not in
the slide, 011 Broadway or Third street. I.eave
at* W..Kiiigsl)iiry's corner of Second and Cedar
Somebody to open a brick yard at Springlicld,
D. T. 100.000 good briek wanted for a new
school house. The fine prospects for building at
Springtieid, offer great inducements.
Mkaii, J- School
.1 as. II. Stwiikns. Directors.
A middle-aged woman, to take charge of a
hotel. Must be a good cook, and capable of gov
erning servant gills, flood wages will be paid
and steady employment, Address
White Swan. Dakota.
to do j.enerai housework, can
tiud a situation and good wages by applying ear
ly at the residence of
A young man of good morals, and industrious
habits, who is willing to work, wishes a eitnation
that will enable him to pursue his studies. Hood
references given, and not much wages required.
Has worked both in a store and law otllee some.
Address P. O. Box 500.
The properly 011 the corner of Second and
Walnut streets, known as the "White Estate.'
or further particulars, inquire of
(iF.o. H. Hani.
Ihiileiyb's Block, Lower Yankton -lots 4, 5 & 0
block 17, lot IS, block SC. Apply to
A. F. ltum.KTGir,
P. K. Faulk's Otlice, Cedar Street.
We hereby notify those parties who have or
dered manure hauled into llurleigh street, be
tween 2d and 8d streets, that they must cover
said manure. J. W. 1!i[ami».i.e,
Yankton. D. T., AUK. 7. 1878.
From the subscriber, August SOtli, a white
Mexican Tony. The pony is about ten years old,
is branded on the left cheek with letter B," 011
left shoulder with a circle, on hind quarters with
R" aud S," and has other dim marks. No
shoes on his feet. I will pay a reward of Ten
Dollars for the return of the pony.
C. L. ltlClIARDSOir,
Aug. SI, 1878.
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDINGS.
DF.PATMENT OF THE IKTKUIOR OFFICE I
Indian Affairs, Waliington.Aug. 19,1878.1
12 M. of Thursday, September 5,"m8."'for'tlie
immediate erection of a residence for the Agent
of the lted Cloud Agency, 011 the Wounded Knee
Ureek, about one hundred and seventy nvc
miles west of tho Missouri river also, for a
residence for the Agent, a warehouse, stable,
slaughter-house and cattle corral, for the Spot
ted Agency—to be erected 011 the Itosc Bud
about seventy miles west of the Missouri,
All necessary information In regard to said
buildings msy be obtained of Thomas N. Bray,
^Yankton, with whom plans and specifications
will be found.
& W.1 feh- k.a.hayt,
O a it a S
Keeps Constantly on Hand
Schweitzer and Limburger
C'old Hecr all the Tlm^t
J. PARKER HAYWARD
REAL ESTATE AND LOA*
Ifotary PvMto-^Yhlrd fltoMl
Mo. River Transportation Co.
FRANK MARATTA, Master,
A. A. WHITE, Clerk,
will leave Yankton for
Fort Sully, Standing Rock, Rice, and J1,.
Saturday, August 24,1878,,
On the arrival of tt.c 1). S. K. It. train,
For freight or passage apply ou board or at,
the ofllcc of the company.
g. B. A S ON, JAW
DRY GOQDS, &C.
Ladies' Furnishing Goods
Walter H. Carr,
VEGETABLES, &o, «c.,
THIRD STrtEE f,
Orders by Mail Promptly Attended to.
C0UNSELL & COVELL,
CAPITAL-ST., Bet. SECOND & THIRD
A full stock of choice Cigarsland Tobacco at
ways on hand
E A N I A O S E
Douglas Ave., near Third St.,
A N O N A O A
WALLBAUM & BECKER, Props.
This house is the headquarters for travelers
and immigrants. Good stablinK.
BLACK HILLERS ATTENTION
Proprietors of the
Yankton Gunsmith Shop
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Shot Guns, Rifles, Revolvers, &c
All kinds of Ammunition, Pocket and Table Cut
lery, Fishing Tackle, Ac.
Agents for tho Victor Sewing Machine for the
city of Yankton also agento for the Laflli &
Kand Powder Co. Htore and Itcpair Shop
ankton. .... Dakota
Carriage, Sign & Ornamental
Capital Street, near 3d, Yankton, D. T.
All work done with icatness and dispatch.
NEW CIGAR & TOBACCO S?0RE
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Mayr & Barton
liberty of infomilnic the citizens of
that they liate
Cigar mmITobacco iutaltllxtiiiu.'iit on
fliliMl., ImI. Ura.alw.y ar Itaiw,
w^wWjwytelly keep on hand 11 utrtctly flm!-
Imported and Daaestic Cigars,
ttamkrn Artier* (iUKittfttttll.afetlMarMuiu,
•III al«a?» be te |4ea*» K^-ertiuiiy.
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