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Volume 4.
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E E A I
E O'OLOOiK !=». 3S£.
THE NEWS.
Yellow Fever Still Continues
to Increase in South
ern Cities.
The Potter Committee and the Labor
Committee Grind Uut a Little
To-Day. ......
THE POTTER COMMITTEE.
New York, Aug. 24.—J. K. Alcce Guth
reaux of New Orleans, who liad charge 01
thelregiHtration bureau in 1874, testified that
his bureau ascertained the number of fraud
ulent registrations in New Orleans amount
ed to 13,000 and affidavits liad been made
against 9,400. The witness said many of
the republican supervisors of electiors and
registers were non residents and fugitives
from justice and in several cases were un
der indictment.
The witness referred to a sewing machine
circular by which he said the republicans
made their registration lists and said that
when Major liurke and himself protested to
the returning board agtinst this fraud they
were laughed at. He then gave the names
of a large number of those who manipulated
the late election, all of whom now hold
offices, including J. Madison, Wells and
Thomas C. Anderson. The witness admit
ted that he belonged to an organization
known as the white league, and had turned
out with them and borne arms. The object
of the league was to protect themselves
against the machinatiocs of men who want
ed to encroach on their rights as citizens
and take their property from them. The
organization was still in existence, and num
bered from 700 to 1,000 men.
HEWETT COMMITTEE.
New York, August 24.—Before the
labor committee, J. J. Henchman stated
that be did not think the depression-of bus
iness was so great as reported, and be
believed the government should not inter
fere by legislation.
T. B. Tburber, merchant, believed that
the primary causes of the ills arc the de
velopment of steam and elictriclty,
whicb in connection' with la
bor saving machinery, have within a
comparatively few years revolutionized pro
duction and commerce altered our manners
and customs of life, and now absorb the at
tention of the statesmen of the day, in the
adjustment of the organic law to meet the
changed condition in which wc live. The
only remedy is to wait till consumption
catches up with production again.
TELEGRAPHIC BKtVITIES.
DESTROYED BY FIRK.
Detroit, Aug. 24.—'The planing and feed
mills of Danforth & Co ,at Ovid, Michigan,
were totally destroyed by Are last night,
Loss on mills, machinery and material
$10,000. Insured for 13,000.
A1T01NTM BUT.
Washington, August 24.—The president
bas appointed Henry Dithinarny consul at
llrestau. Germany.
SUSPENDED.
New York, August 22.—Davidson &
Jones, bankers and brokers, have suspended,
caused by a decline in stocks. The firm has
no contract outstanding at the board.
A PRISON FIKK.
Cincinnati, August 24.—The shoe shop
brush and chair factory of the state reform
school at Lancaster, Ohio, burned last
•light. Loss $20,000 Insured.
UNDER FIRE,
Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 24.—Revenue of*
ficers report an engagement with an armed
band of illicit 'distillers in Overton county,
headed by Campbell Morgan, at six p. in.,
yesterday. The revenue- officers were un
der fire for forty-five minutes, and Phillips,
Pippins and Smith were wounded. Com
missioner Raum has given Collector Wood
cock authority to aend enough men to cap
ture the enUra band. He is now getting up
a force for that purpose.
FOREIGN.
FRIENDLY RELATIONS.
London, August 24.—The Political Cor
rexpondence says the most friendly commu
nications passed between Austria and Ser
via on the occasion of the celebration of
Servian independence. Emperor Frjmcis
Joseph has assured Pifince Metan that he
and the Servians might rely oik the most
cordial support of Austria in all matters
eflectiog the welfare.
A DEAD PROPHET.
Rome August 24.—Lazzarette, a fanatic
of Gromcto, who proclaimed himself pro
phet and kirg, was killed at the head of
3,000 followers who first fired on General
Saratea after they had been o/deral to dia
pers*.
NEW PROJECT PRWKNTKn.
IXXMIOQ, Aug. 24.—A Vienna dispatch
•ava Cotmt Andrassr baa mtxniuad IIM now
prqjMl of 0M mnttlH to Cwntotoi
Paska aad tW fotf It aa—iiiri^i U. ...,
YELLOW FEVER.
,f|#' AT NEW ORLEANS.
New Orleans, Aug. 24.—New*cases of
yellow fever, 103 deaths, 42. Hugh Di
vine, chief operator of the Western Union
tclceraph office of this city, died this morn
ins yellow fever, after six dsys illness.
AID.
Chicago, August 23 —Subscriptions ag
gregating $2,500 were made on the board
of trade this morning for the benefit of the
yellow fever cities oi the south.
New York, August 24. -The pbamber of
commerce relief committee up to noon to
day had received $1,000 lor the yellow fever
sufferers.
Cincinnati, August 24 —A baleofcottop,
donated by the steamer James D. Parker,
was sold on change to-day (or $600. This
will be sent to aid tbe sufferers at Memphis.
AT MEMPNRA.
Memphis, Aug. 24—The fever ia largely
on the increase and matters look quite
panicky again this morning, application*
from tbe poor to be aent out of the city
being great. For twenty-four hour* ending
at noon 105 new cases have been reported
and fifteen deaths. Of new cases about
seventy-live have been reported this fore'
noon. A scarcity of nurses is beginning to
be felt, especially of females.
AT VICKSBURO.,
Vickaburg, August 23.—Deaths from yel
low fever from noon yesterday to 3 p. m.
to-day, 20. Total to date 09. The disease
steadily increases, full 50 new cases to-day
among them Dr. 1). W. liooth, who in
charge of the hospitals. Physicians and
nurses are coming from Galveston, New
Orleans, Shreveport and Delhi, Louisiana.
Doctors lialfaw and Bobbins continue im
proving. Money for the aid of tbe sick
continues to come to the Howard's and ma
sons.
AT NEW ORLEANS.
Ntw Orleans, August 23.—The deaths to
day include thirteen children, ages 1 to 7
also 5, ages 11 to 17 years. F. A. Wood
ward, commander of the grand army of tbe
republic, has succeeded in organizing a re
lief committee for the purpose of nursing
and caring for any comrades who should
need their services The following is the
committee: Win. Wright, A. 8. Badger, J.
A. Wright. Contributions have been soli
cited from comrades in other states.
Responses so far are quite eucouragiDg.
The committee have buried four com
rades. II. lilanchard, formerly of state
register of voters, and late custom house
clerk, died last evening of congestion of the
brain, superinduced by fever, after an ill
ness of less than twelve hours. Commis
sioner L. G. Lane, of Illinois, with the fe
ver is believed to be out danger. O. F.
Hunsacker, is out again. T. P. Coupland,
late collector, has a light attack of the fe
ver.
The following report is made by the
Young Men's Christian association
"Having organized into a relief committee
will be pleasedto be made almoners of con
tributions of friends and committees abroad,
and our own fellow citizens, for relief of the
destitute sick in our city. A prompt re
sponse to this appeal will enable us to ren
der efficient aid in this time of special
sickness and destitution.
W. E. RAYMOND, Treas.
This association has now in charge thirty
cases. Thursday night they sent out sever
al nurses and to-day are receiving and con
sidering applications.
A dispatch from the mayor of Plaque
mire to the Howard association, says: We
are afflicted with the scourge, yellow fever.
New cases are constantly occurring. Our
physicians have more man they can do.
We are sadly in need of help. Can you
send us an experienced physician.
FACTS AND FANCIES.
'The court
Omaha justiee to a prisoner:
don't want any wind."
Tbe man sentenced to be hung wishes he
could gibbet away.
We have plenty of remedies for hard
times, now give us one for hard cider?
Sweat? Oh! no, we don't sweat. Me
chanics sweat—profestional men perspire.
"Let me kick him for his motor," is what
the disappointed stockholders say about
Keely.
Tt is lucky to pick up a horseshoe, unlesa
of coursc, it happens to be attached to a
mule's hind leg.
"After August 1 woodcock mav be shot."
We advise this one Woodcock to look out
for himself.
A great bore is he who talks at a great
length about himself, when you have some
thing to say about yourself.-
A Carthage (Mo.) man committed sui
cide because one of his hogs died. Attach
ments should not be allowed to root too
deep.
The editor who ruua the shears is begin
ning to handle the New Orleans and Mem
phis exchanges with a dsinty tenderness
quite foreign to his usual style.
__P®'ro'' Free Press: Railroads carry 3,
000,000 passengers safely where thev kill
one, but the trouble is to know when the 3,
000,000 have been coantad up and the kill
ing is to begin.
Everything was as dry as a bone, but he
was arising punster, and when he threw
hi* unpaid tailor's bill on the ground he
couldn't help but exclaim: "There'f due
on the grass."
A Dutchman wan seated in a shoe xtore
trying his best to get his unfairy like feet
into a nnmber nine slipper. 8aid he to the
?j?rK! Mr. clerk, dis varm redder
Mi shrinking up der siibbera like iar tuv
fW. Dond it?"
WU.. August 22.—Poatmaster
ueneral Key and parly arrived litis after
depot by a
A TALK WITH CROOK.
Some Point* Regarding Intlan Matter* en
-V«-
K«cariliiK
tWtt FUli
Chicago Times, 22l.
Brig. Gen. George Crook, commanding in
the department of the Platte, was in the
city on Wednesday, having arrived the
night previous. The general is on his way
east, to be present at a reunion of the old
3Ctn Ohio, a volunteer infantry regiment of
which he was the original commander. He
has endeavored for a number of years to
meet with his old comrades in arms, but has
been invariably prevented, owing to some
unloward event. In view of the tranquil
state of affairs in hie- department at tbe
present time, he now makes the journey for
the first time. Last year he haa made his
preparations to attend, but the chase alter
the Nez Perces and the trouble with Crazy
Horse demanded bis personal attention, and
he was prevented.
A representative of The Times met tbe
old Indian fighter at the Grand Pacific hotel,
on yesterday afternoon, and made some in
quiries respecting the condition of affairs in
his department. Gen. Crook stated that
there was no trouble with the Indians at the
present time, or prospective, beyond that
caused by the wandering Bannocks. He
went on to state that about one hundred and
fifty warriors of this tribe had left their res
ervation at Fort Hall, and were supposed to
be on the war-path. They were accompa
nied by their squaws and children, and
probably intended to stay away perma
nently.
"These Indians will not return to the
agency, in all probability," said tbe general
"unless they arc driven back, as there is
nothing to induce them to return. Those
that are now at Fort Hall are in a pitiable
condition. They do not have sufficient food
and there is but little game on their reserva
tion. They manage to subsist on the few
fish they can catch, and upon the roots of
trees."
lie went on to state thit be ha'l informed
the interior department as to this condition
of affairs but in replr was told that the ap
propriation had been expended and that
nothing could be done for the Indian j.
"With the settlers crowding in upon their
reservation it is not to be wondered" said
Gen. Crook, "that they desert their reserva
tion and fight." He also remarked that
there would probably be outbreaks of this
character so long as this condition of a flairs
lasted, and made the suggestion that the
fighting this year would have been much
more serious if the savages had been prop
erly armed or been in the condition the Nez
Perces were when they took the field hist
season.
The officer paid a compliment to the
fighting qualities of the savages, and remark
ed that they were the "finest fighters in the
world, and would be our best friends if they
were only treated fairly."
The general anticipated no trouble from
the northern tribes this summer, and said
that no signs had been discoyerd of Indians
at any point between the Black Hills and
the Missouri river. He mentioned that
Lieut. Clark, of the 2d cavalry, had recent
ly ridden through from Fort Keogh, on the
Missouri river, to one of the summer camps
north of the Black Hills, attended by only
two soldiers, and discovered no evidences
whatever of savages.
Gen. Crook left for the ea-t Ust evening
and will be absent two or three weeks.
LATEST BY MAIl
Iudianopolis, August 23.—The clearing
house contributed $500 to the yellow fever
districts bar association, $300 Masons,
$100 Woodburn wheel works, $200, and
other efforts are being made.
Des Moines, August 22. —Hebrew resi
dents of this city made up a purse for the
yellow fever sufferers at Memphis to-day.
The people of this city generally are mov
ing in the mat.er and will contribute liber
ally.
Des Moines, August 22. Gov. Carpen
ter to-day tendered his resignation to Gov.
Gear as railroad commissioner to take effect
September 1. It's said the appointment of
his successor bas been determined on, and
will be made public in h. day or two.
Negaunee, Mich., August 22.—The works
of the Miners' powder company exploded
yesterday doing terrible execution upon
buildings, fences, glass and ttees. and kill
ing four unmarried men, H. E. Huben, John
Scannell, Di.vton D. brown and Daniel
Cooper.
Vicksburg, August 22.—The yellow fever
is attacking the negroes. The number
stricken is estimated at fully fifty new cases.
Ten deaths up to 3 p. m. Great need of
physicians. Balfour and Robblns are im
proving, and in a fair way to recover. The
estimate oi the cases of vullow lever here
area little over 300.
Chicago, August 23.—The question of
the management of Hooley's Theatre was
decided to-day by Simon Quint selling out
his entire claim to R. M. Huoley for $12
500, tbis sum to be paid in installments out
of the receipts. Mr. Hooley hopes with
good reasons to be able to pay tbe entire
amount inside of a year.
Philadelphia, August 22.—Wm. H. Mc
Fadden, of the water department, charges
aix. clerks with systematic robbery by
making false entries. $15,000 have been
traced and Chief MeFadden says the amount
will probably reach $100,000 and that the
robbery haa extended over a period of ten
years. The clerks have been arrested.
St. Paul, August 22.—A Pioneer-Press
editorial estimates the aggregate wheat crop
of that state at 25,000,000 bushels acreage,
2,225,961: average yield per acre, 11 bush
els. Below the line due east from St. Paul
the yield is probably 10 bushels per acre.
This region furnishes three fourths of the
crop. Above this line the yield is estimated
at 15 bushels per acre.
It
ATTACKED BY INDIANS.
Dead wood, Dak August 21.—A letter
received here to-night from a Pioneer cor
respondent at IUrl City, forty five milea
from here, s»ys a freight train on the Fort
Pierre route, aoonmpanfod by twelve men,
waa attacked on ycaterday, about eli.tot
milea taw Rapid, bv a baad of fbrtv or ar
ty boat lie Indians. One of the freighters
.te Up to tbe
U* fc* kft Mw» had kwa MO ntunahira
"J*" tbe ratter or the
trafa. Tfcapjaca wkm tka Imia ia raport
attMlai MQMtakaal
.life**
tYANKTON.- DAKOTA TERRITORY, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 24, 1878. Number 102.
GOOD ENOUGH.
A~W»v—••j*
Canton Advocate.
Notwithstanding tbe wheat crop in Da
kota has not resulted as favorably as was in
dicated before the hot weather occurred, yet
it is the opinion of gentlemen who have
traveled through the county that there ia a
larger surplus of wheat in Lincoln county
than ever before raised. From fifty to sev
enty-five per cent, more acreage waa sown
this spring than any one season before, and
some estimate that double the number of
acres was put under cultivation, but a care
ful and general inquiry of residents of dif
ferent portions of the county leads us to
conclude that as too high an estimate. Had
favorable weather ensued the heaviest yield
on rtcord would doubtless haye been se
cured, but the extreme heat that prevailed at
the time it did ripened the grain prema
aturely and shriveled the berry. This fact
together with that of the stalks breaking
near the ground and flattening the grata,
rendered some fields useless and their cut
ting was abandoned. But as a whole Lin
coln county will have a large surplus to dis
pose of.
AN CNDENUBLtl TBVTH.
You deserve to suffer, and if you lead
a miserable, unsatisfactory life in this
beautiful world it is entirely your own
fault and there is only one excuse for
you,—your unreasonable prejudice and
skepticism, which has killed thousands
Personal knowledge and common sense
reasoning will soon show you that
Green's August Flower will cure you of
Liver complaint, or Dyspepsia, with all
its miserable effects, such as sick head
ache, palpitation of the heart, sour stom
ach, habitual costiveness, dizziness of
the head, nervous prostration, low spirits
&c. Its sales now reach every town on
tbe Western Continent and not a Druggist
but will tell you of its wonderful cures,
You can buy a Sample Bottle for 10 cents.
Three doses will relieve you.
Sold by Mills & Purdv.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
WALL STREET.
New York, Aug. 24.
Gold--1.00] c.
Stocks—strong.
Govermenta—steady.
MILWAUKJSE.
Milwaukee, Aug. 24.
WHEAT—}@21c lower closed dull and
heavy No. 2, 98jc for cash 98jc for Au
gust 51}c for September No. 3, 811c.
COBS—37Jc.
OATS—21 Jc.
RYE—18c.
BARLEY—1.11c.
CHICAGO.
Chicago, Aug. 24.
WHEAT—weak and lower No. 2, red
winter, 94c fir cash 94]c for Septem
ber No. 2, spring, 92Jc for cash 90Jc
for September 89c asked for October.
CORN—weak and lower 3Sfc for cash
373c for September 3S}c for October.
OATS—firmer 21Jc for cash 21J©21§c
for September.
RYE—48c.
BARLEY—firm 1.041c for cash 1.051c
for September.
POKK—weak and easier 9.571 @9 GO for
cash [email protected] 9.721c for October.
LARD—firmer 7.221c for cash 7.271c for
October.
WHISKY—1.07.
NEW YORK MARKET.
New York, Aug. 24.
WHEAT—du^ No. 2, winterred, 1.10.
RYE—heavyP'
CORN—lower [email protected] for western
mixed.
BARLEY—nominal.
OATS—firm [email protected] for mixed western.
PORK—heavy [email protected]
LARD—steady 7.45(n)7.55.
WHISKY—1,11 Jc.
THE LIVE STOCK MARKET.
ltKroitTKD 1SY H. It. Mlini'Il V.
V'ar.kton, AUK. 16,1878.—The market lor cattle,
sheep and lioipi lias not changed any from our
last weekreport. Thedeinaud for fresh meat
has increased somewhat, owing to cooler weath
er, Butchers find no difficulty in buying what
stock they need. Chickens and eggs are scarce,
owing, no doubt, to the fact that farmers are
busy and have no time to come to market.
Choice steei-s none offering
Fat steers, 3 to 6 years old. per ft 2l«@3c
Fat steers, 2 years old, per [email protected]£c
Fat cows and lieifers, per lb [email protected]!,e
Fat hogs, per II) 2HS53C
Fat sheep, tier tb [email protected]
Veal calves, 4 to 6 weeks old, per lb [email protected]
Milch cows, Iresli, are in good demand, and
briug from $20 to $35 per head, as to quality, ace
and size.
The supply of horses is equal to tlie demand,
and can be bought at reasonable prices. The
prices of horses vary so much that it is a very
difficult matter to give a ruling price. Good
farm horses and mares can be bought from $80
to $!••»: plugs and inferior grades front $20 to
$«5- Heavy work horses, none offering, and it is
not likely this kind of horses would find buyers
at a paying figure, as they always sell at higher
prices. Well bred, fancy driving horses, none in
the market. As to whether they could be sold,
we are not able to decide. It seems to us that
the breeding of heavy draught hones should at
uce become a part of every Dakota farmer's
greatest luterast, for several reasons, will pal
be long until Dakota will have more horse* Uial
will be needed at home. The farmers then will
have to seek a market In the east. In order to
be able to realize good and paying price*, tfeey
must have the kind of bonea that will meet tbe
demand of Urn eastern market—that Is, two
heavy work huracs. or well brad, good
,*rn^r
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muek
and
«K|N*M tkelatlorreqatraa
,0
thai where
•oeWpty asUtrycan beta
drjfj
HEALTHV BODY AND A CLEAR HEAD.
It indigestion, constipation and biliousness
torment the body, tbe head cannot be clear.
These disorders react upon tbe brain most hurt
fully, and produce a cloudiness in the organ of
thought not experienced by a healthy man.
Happily these brain-oppressing maladies may
be entirely dispelled bv that peerless alterative,
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which cheers, re
freshes and Invigorates the brain and nerves,
while it regulates the organs of digestion, assim
ilation and bilious secretion. It expels the mor
bid humors which poison the system through the
bowels and urinary passages, and exerts a pow
erfully invigorating influence as well. Its ca
thartic action is never irritating, violent or
painlul, but even, natural and progressive. As
an appetizer and sleep promoter the Bitters is
nnrlvaled it mitigates tlic infirmities ot age, re
lieves the ailments peculiar to the gentler sex
arrests premature decay, and builds up an en
feebled physique.
A A E
SACRED HEART
COR.5TH It CEDAR STREETS.
YANKTON, DAKOTA.
This Academy is under the direction of the
Sisters of Mercy. The coursc of studies at this
Institution, besides the usual branches of a good
solid education, embraces
MUSIC, DRAWING,
PAINTING, PLAIN
AND ORNAMENTAL
NEEDLE WORK,
Wax Fruit and Flowers. &c.
For particulars, apply to the Directress of the
Academy, who can be seen every day there from
9 toll a. in., and from 2 to 5 p. m., betnnnine
next Monday, aeth.
GRAIN &C.
Wilcox Williams
GRAIN DEALERS.
Also a full line of
FARMING IMPLEMENTS
Bain's Celebrated Wagons,
—FARM AND FREIGHT—
Minnesota Chief Thresher
NEW MANNY"
Reaper and Mower
PATENT
SPRING STEEL BEAM PLOWS
&c., &c., &c.
Second and Hulberrv Sta.
WOOD.
Dry Cottonwood!
AND HARDWOOD.
Cottonwood Lumber
AND
BUILDING LUMBER,
J. & H. LOEBER
Will supply good Cordwood in any qnanty to
the people of ankton. Office between 4th and
on Itn
5tli ISroadwav
HIDES ^URS &C
Peir & Luebke
DEALERS IN
EXDES, FUES.
LEATHER
A N I N IN S
THIRD STREET,
Yankton. Dakota
DAKOTA HOUSE,
(FOHMSLT ADKurili)
The Central Hotel of the City
Table
1
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f' V* Wl'V"* W*
'V" •'-.Tli^V
B«Wholesale
RICHEY
WEST,
W
AIMLER «C OHLMAN. Wines, Liquors and
A Tobaccos. Broadway.
DELL, CONRAD CO* Baking Powder
^Manufactured in Chicago, bold by all lx-al
UKAY fc FLETCHER. Meat Market & I'ro
vlsio
vision Dealers. Caultal-St.
DRAMBI.E, MINER fc CO., -Wholesale Jro
Sr forwarding, Storage, and General
Steamboat Agents. Levee.
UliRLEIGH W. A. Jr., Dealer lri Flour, (iraiu
iJ
Feed ami Provisions. Broadway, Block.
DREXNAN fc JORDAN, Ka^iFy Varket,
AJ Broadway. (Stler's old stand).
dar-St., north of Third
HAGE,Postofflce.Family
O. P.
near
HAYWARD.
IENKIXSOX,Third
kotaian.
KATZ,
H.
Ct
•J =#|f §$«£%* *j
BU8INESS DIRECTORY tm
jtt
A» fc BUERDORF, General Grocers,
and ltelail. Broadway.
fiARR, WALTER—Faneyt Groceries, Confec
tlonery and Fruits. Third Street.
lOUNSELL fc COVELL, Dealers In all kinds
Groceries, Capital Street, between Second
and Third.
plTIIXG CLOLDAS, Grocers. Third-St
opposite l'ostofflce.
IViPkEY fc HAWLEY, General Hardware.
Corner Third and Douglas-Sts.
I E A a N a
TWr5-St
weekl
1
Taylor Bros. Proprietors
I^ISEMAX, CHAS. fc co. General Clothing
House & Merchant Tailoring. Broadway.
EXCELSIOR MILL CO. Manufacture Patent
fr* .and other brands of Flour, Meal,
Capital-St., near Levee.
Feed, &c.
I^DMVXDS fc WVSIV, Bankers and Insurance
A- Agents. Broadway.
fOSTER
Third
JAMES S. Keal
Third ittreet, Yankton.
1
Estate Dealer,
l^IRST NATIOXAL RANK. Government De
National
Ban Third-St.
PALXK, P. K. Attoroey-ai-Law. Office, Ce-
{•J.EHMAXIA HOUSE, Wallbauni & Becker,
PronriGtars. DaiKrhs.ivn
Grocer. Third-St.,
J. P.,
Agent,Third St.
lteal Estate and Loan
M. H. Ice Cream, Fruits and
Groceries, Street.
JOBPRlMixc,Ever}-style,
at Press and Da-
Clothing, Trunks and Furnishing
Third-St.
Goods.
K^Mock*'
V' DruBSlst-
LAVENDER,
Third Street.
(EBER, J. kit.
AJ fice between 4th:
PEAVEY
l'enumgton^!
A. W. Cash Grocery Uouse
Dealers in Cordwood.
lice between 4th and 5th on Broadway.
M. M. Insurance Agent. Broad­
way. near Third-St.
fc LUEBKE,
ers. Third-St.
PILES,and
(JAXBORX, J. R.
•J ufacturer. Thi
VAN
on Broadwav.
•M
1
Ot-
VTERRILL, SAMUEL Carriage, and Sign
"I- Ornamental Painter, Capital Street,Yank
ton, D.T.
jl/TIUjSfc PURDV, Druggists, Stationers and
J-'A Notions. Third-St.
PETERSON,
A Watches, O
short notice.
P. A. Jeweler. A full line of
locks, &c. Repairing done on
Coates' Block. Third St.
BROS. Fanning Machinery, Tlilrd
Street, near Capital.
PARMER,
•t
I
Hide and Leather Deal-
I. fc co. Dealer in Boots.
Shoes, Hats,
Caps Furs. Third-St.
QIIRES OF LEGAL BLANKS, At the Pi-ess
and Dakotaian Counting Room.
fc DIX, Hardware Dealers,
ton and Deadwood.
SHAimOK
Yank-
fc WASHABAUGH
Law. Office in Serr's Block,
Broadway.
i, Attornevs-at
Gorner Fifth fc
Furniture Dealer and Man-
Third-St.. Dewitt's Block.
'pYLER fc NISSEN, Manufacturers of Wag
-I- ons and Buggies. Horse-slioeing and all
kinds of repairing. Cedarstreet, between Third
aud Fourth.
ANTWERP, E. H. Civil Engineer and
Conveyancer. Sawyer's Block, up stairs.
Dealer in line ens-
WAGNER,
CHARLES.
Coates' Building
torn made Boots & Shoes.
Y^AGNER BROS. Gunsmiths and Dealers
in Firearms. Broadway.
IT7HITE, H. W. Gunsmith and
Firearms and Musical Instrument
St. Between Third aud Fourth.
Dealer tn
Cedar
I. E. Attorney-at-I-aw. lloom 9,
Pennington's Block.
WILCOX
fc WILLIAMS, Dealers in grain
Elevator foot of Second-St.
PROPOSALS FOR FRESH VEGETABLES.
OFFICE PCKCHASIXC.
AXU
SEALED
DEPOT C. S., 1
Yankton, D. T., August 3d, 1S78.
copy of this advertisement attached, will be
received at this office until 12 o'clock M..
Septem
ber id, 1878, for furnishing the U. S. Subsistence
Department, according to usual conditions, cop
ies of which and of Dlank forms on which to
make proposals, will be furnished upon applica
tion to tilts office with
290,000 pounds of Potatoes, and
90,000 pounds of Onions.
The vegetables must be delivered at the Gov
eminent warehouse at Yankton, D.T.. between"
September 15th and October 31st, 1878, in such
quantities as mav be required.
BATHS! BATHS!
Hot, Cold and Shower
BATHS
J.
AT....
MARTIN WATSON'S
BARBER SHOP,
THIRD STREET, YANKTON.
E. BRUCE & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Bealers in
GROCERIES?**
PROVISIONS
Wines, Liquors ft Cigars!
-3'
PROPOSALS, In duplicate, with a
W. A. ELDERKIX.
augl4 6t Cantain aud S.

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