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YANKTON
DAKOTA
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Tuesday Evening, August 27, 1876
Communications for the Dally Press and Da-
felidDakbtstan Should be
tlitin Tuesday evening.
I'res
handed In* not later
LOCAL LACONICS.
Mrs. Duiggan, late missionary at Crow
Creek, has been appointed postmistress for
that agency.
Fishing in the Jim river is good, and the
oys succeed in capturing fine stfinga^pfcat
fish and shiners.
Alight sprinkle of rain last night and
northwest breeze to-day make, the air plea#
ant. and agreeable.
The odd fellows'have leased the third
story of Cox's new tiuilding for a term of
five years, at an annual rental of $250.
There are several broken crosswalks in
town which will bring in bills for broken
horse legs and smashed buggies, if not at
tended to soon."
There will be a ladies sociable and enter
tainment at MM. Frank Van Tassel's on
Wednesday evening, August 28. All are
cordially invited to attend.
Prairie chickens are not as plenty as was
^.inticiprffcd before the shooting season Alien
ed. It is presumed that the heavy rains in
June drowned the young ones.
There is joy in the household of Geo.
W. Smith. It is a boy and commenced the
journey of life with a fighting weight of ten
pounds. George weighs a ton.
After the democratic convention on Thurs
day, the commissioners say they will shut
down" on allowing the court liouBe to be
used for any other than court purposes.
Shannon & Wasliabaugh, on the 1st of
September, will remove their office to the
buildiug opposite the Press' & Dakotaian
office, and become joint tenants with E. T.
White.
The democracy of Burleigh county, .in
their county convention, thanked Col. Loune
berrv for securing the same rates of fare for
the democratic delegates to the territorial
democratic convention that he did for the
xepublican convention.
The elegant line of ladies and gents' hand
kerchiefs at Mrs. Lvons', is being offered so
cheap that there is no reason why everybody
shouldn't carry off a pocket full.
PERSONAL
Maj. MacNamara went to Vermilliou this
niurning.
Burllett Tripp returned last night from a
trip to Vermillion.
W. E. Caton arrived this afternoon from
Cheyenne agency on steamer Black Hills.
B. Partridge went to Vermillion this
morning to attend to some insurance busi
ness.
J. C. Kobb and family will leave to-night
on the steamer Nellie Peck for Cheyenne
agency. "fr
Vale P. Thielman, of Swan Lake, came
over to Yankton yesterday, and is in'town
to-day.
Charles Eiseman left this morning for
New York to purchase a stock of fall and
winter goods.
Mrs. J. C. Clarkleft on this morning's
train for a few months visit to relatives add
friends in Wisconsin.
Capt. Charles McKinnis and six other
Black Hills delegates to die democratic
convention will arrive to-night.
Bey. S. Wakefield left this morning for
Elkader, where he will preach next Sabbath,
He will be absent about ten" days.
Bev. J. A. Potter will be home this week.
The report that he had resigned the pastor
of the Methodist church is incorrect.
T. B. Howard, a well known Sioux City
traveling man, arrived in Yankton last eve
ning, and went up country this morning.
Mri. H. C. Ash ^arrived from Bismarck
this morning on the steamer Fontenelle, on
a visit to her daughter, Mrs. C. H. Bates.
Capt. Dan Maratta, Dennis Henefin and
Alex McKenzie, .delegates from Burleigh
county to the democratic convention, will
arrive on to-night's train
James A. Embions, a delegate to the dem
cratic convention from Burleigh county, ar
rived in Yankton this morning. He was a
passenger on the steamer Fontenelle.
M». C. W. Chamberlain, of White Swan,
arrived in Yankton last evening. She left
for the east this morning, where she will re
main several months visiting relatives.'
Call at Eiseman's mamouth Dry Goods &
Merchant Tailoring House, before you leave
the eity.
vi$
DEATH OF A STRANGER
Dennimore L. Curtis, of Utica, New York,
died in Yankton, at UM Smithsonian hqtel
thlamorning, of conaoOiptionj aged twenty
eight years. The deceased came to Yankton
some four years ago for the benefit of his
health. He was then suffering from pulmo
naryfu-ocbles., Hjts' health ..being restored
after a short residence'htre he returned to
his home in New York. After a time the
disease again manifested itself and three
weeks ago he came back to Yankton, hoping
to be again benefited. But his disease was
too
far
advanced and after lingering along in
a pftnJit8"" of complete prostration death
^^1 hia ejrelid* apd .the earthly end kid
come. The burial will occur to-morrow
morning from the Episeopal church,
TIT IT! FM¥ ITM TEY ITJ J!
a Venablea .-£ Co.'a [Bed Tag Chewing
Tobacco, the bee* in
THE YANKTON ARCHERY CLUB.
Some Facto Regarding tkt Organisation
—Score of Yesterday's Shooting.
nmatttoriWSj||4g
is l^nil
MliMwhnr haslilhtRg occl)^f(i^d
place in the back ground of public notice,,
but as it has uade' for itself a recerd we ate
moved to hfinK.it to tlpfroqt. An archery
cluVis aninRtitiitiori devoted 'td^thetask of
teaching the youug and old idea how to
shoot with a bow and-arrow. It is inmpoeed
of archers and archeresses and to make the
business truly interesting, there must be no
more of one than the other. The first
archery clug££rer organised in. YiaMbn is
Supposed to have e^Wed tome centuries ago
and to have been barbarous in its tastes and
habits.• But the present organization is no
offshoot of its ruder predecessor and when
it goes out to practice no more vulnerable
target than an inanimate board is in its im
agination. The exercise is delightful and
healthful, besides being exciting and as a
light recreation archery stands at the head
of the class.
'The circumstance which has prompted
these .reflections is the -discovery of the
minutes of yesterday's meeting at the pavil
ion grounds. They were -made up by' the
secretary between shots and afterwards lost
upon the street. We are not entirely famil
iar with the names of all the parties^
nor With' -the method of keeing archery
scores, but these rude efiorts will
be sufficient to sho^ that Yankton's archen
some of them, are good at target practice:
Mrs. Seaton—7, 21, 26.
Mr. Briggs—5,10, 34, 56, 83, 99.
Mr. Kingsbury—3. 23, 44, 57, 84, 106.
Miss Todd—10, 23, 7.
Mr. Wheelock—5,15, 38, 56, 72.
Miss Wicker—5,- 6, 9,18, 28, 26.
Mr. Vance—3,19.
Mr. Hayward—13 fj
Mr. Hayward is president of the associa
tion, and Mr. Quimby, secretary. It is not
necessary for a person to know anything
about shooting with a bow and arrow, in
order to become president of an archery
club, as will be readily seen by the forego
ing score. His duties are to preside at all
meetings, and load the bows for those, who
cm shoot. There are some -marks in the
rough minutes before us which leads to the
supposition that the score made yesterday
by the president was purely accidental—the
result of the-premature discharge of a bow
he was loading for some one else But upon
this point we make no positive assertion.
Seriously, this archery practice should be
encouraged. It is good recreation for yout g,
middle aged and old, and now that .the
weather is too warm for skating, it furnishes
a means of healthful diversion suited to all.
Chas. £iseman & Co., Merchant Tailois
are now receiving their Fall Stocks of cloths,
cassimers and worsteds, for gentleman's wear
we guarantee ratisfactioh in goods, make
Up and prices. «.?
SHALL WE HELP THEM?
Editors Press Dnkoluian
Mvfl.
Jankinaon, Sole. Agent. wpf
Genta' ftirnWiin|! goods at tta New York
Store.
Ik.,
aLft
it
Men, women and children are dying in
the plague-stricken cities and districts of
the south by hundreds and by thousands
and the piteous wail for help tnat comes up
from our suffering brethern in all that sec
tion is meeting with a most liberal response
in the north and northwest. What shall
we of Yankton do? What say our religious,
benevolent and other societies Whole
communities are down. Nurses and physi
cians must be had for the sick, the dead most
be buried, and all this takes money.
SUBSCRIBES.
The gentleman who prepared the foregoing
communication suggests that the Press and
Dakotaian. be made the custodian of contrib
utions to a relief fund. He deposits with us
two dollars, to which we add a like amount.
We are willing to receive, acknowledge and
forward money left with us for this purpose.
Small amounts will popularize the move
ment and place the opportunity for assisting
the cause within the reach of all.
Beady made goods, furnishing 'goods,'"va
lises,—An unlimited assortment—at Eise
man's Broadway House.
ARMY SUPPLIES.
The following proposals, for suppling
the U. S. subsistence department with corn,
were received to-day by M»j. W. A. Elder
kin, purchasing commissary in this city,
viz: Jas. C. McVay 480,000 pounds 67}£c,
J. S. Meckling 430,000 pounds 69J£c,
Davis & Wann 430,000 pounds 64}£c,
Jacob Schindler 100,000 pounds 72c,
and 100,000 70c, H. H. Buckwalter 430
000 pounds 69c, Asel Kyes 480,000
pounds 68%c, D.*T. Bramble 430,000
pounds 78c—deliverable at Sioux City,
Iowa.
Also, Jas. C. McVay 480,000 pounds
75}£c, Asel Kyes 480,000 pounds 7C%c—
deliverable at Yankton, Dakota.
The prices stated are per 100 pounds net.
Total amount of corn offered 2,880,000
pounds. The final awards will be made in
few days.
Proposals for the annual supply of potar
toes and onions will be opened by Maj. El
derkin, on Monday next.
ONB OP THE BRIGHTEST CHAR Kg
of a fair face is a fine set of teeth. The
ladies bcin£ folly alive to this fact, pa
tronize SOZOSO
NT in preference to any
dentifrice, since they know by experience
that it preserves like.no other the pris
tine whiteness and cleanliness of the
teetb, 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 tbnt the article
contributes in no small degree to the
end in view. All druggists sell it.
Milwaukee ueeron draught MGeo Browns'
atfive cenUragkes
Dr. H. D. Undge. rtentipt, Ucwitfi blork
Yankton*
GA
DEMOCRATIC DELEGATES.
GenUnun
EIMM
to
Htprtal
ATTEND UM
Trrrt-
Convention next Tkiirwtajr.
The following iiihe list of delegates to
the demouratie tff^itorial as, far
aa heard from.
YANKTOK COITHTY &
S. L. Spink, Charlee Van Eppe, A. M.
English, J. Briukerkoff, L. Partridge,
J. "Sanborn, j. B. Van Velsor, F. M.
Zeibach. Uninatructed.
CLAY COUNTY.
1
Marcus Bobbins, .Thcob Pruett, Mjles
Bussell. H. P. Lounsberry, George Kim*
ball. Instructed for Tripp. ,t
1I4WRENCB COUNTY. .,^1 -«,%
C. W. Meyer, Robert Neill, C. H. Mc
Kinnis,. Jerome Hollenbeck, Frank Abt,
Wm. Wilson, Jeff McDermott, Eugene
Wood,'W. G. Gatee, GJeorge Wustum, H
B. Beaman, J. M. Murphy, Thomas Tarpy,
John Conway, C. W. Anderson-, H. C. Clark,
L. M. Stone, Mr. Robinson, T. J. Webster,
S. P. Romans, C. C. Higby. Instructed for
Meyer."
CASS COUNTY.
Henry S. Back, Geo. Gilbert. Unin
stmcted.
BURLEIQII COUNTY.
D. W. Maratta, Dennis Hinnefin, Alex.
McKenzie, J. A. Emmons Uninstructed,
BON HOMME COUNTY.
C. T. Campbell, C. S. Rome, H. E. Bone
steel, E. G. Armstrong, Frank Richmond.
UninBtructed.
v,
CHARLES MIX COUNTY.
Felicia Fallas. Uninitracted.
PBULKCOUNTY. -i
D. W. Spaulding. TJninstructed. I
COUNTY.
George Stickney, E. W. Miller, Geo. W.
Kellogg, B. B. Wixson, J. Ryan,' Vincent
La Belle, Cyrill Montague. Instructed for
Bartlett Tripp.
HANSON COUNTY.'"1
1
Frank B. Foster. Instructed for Tripp.
Free lunch at tne Tivoli saloon, Third
street, every morning, from 10 to 12 o'clock
and on each Saturday evening from 9 to 11
o'cloqk. L. FREUDENSTKIN.
THE RIVEK.
The steamer Nellie Peck arrived this af
ternoon. She has repaired damages and
will leave to-night for Cheyenne agency.
The steamer Black Hills, of the Coulson
line, T. B. Burleigh, master, and Soc Drew,
clerk, arrived this noon from Fort Lincoln.
The steamer Fontenelle, of the Charles
line, Wm. Clark, master, and J. N. Mason,
clerk, arrived this morning from the Yel
lowstone.
Tc-Jay's Whit-iSwan special says: The
steamer Black Hills passed down this morn
ing at day light. The Big Horn up at ~4
this afternoon.
The steamer Meade, of the Charles line,
Wm. Reed, master, and S. V. Clevenger,
clerk, reached Yankton this morning from
the Yellowstone.
Bismarck Tribune, Aug. 21: The steam
er Josephine left here for Cow island on the
16th, with a fine trip of freight and passen
gers The steamer Helena departed for
Cow island oii the 17th, with all the freight
she can could carry oh the water. Mr. T.
C. Powers, her owner, is a passenger on her
to Fort Benton Capt. Ed. Anderson
brought his neat little steamer, the General
Sherman, to the landing Monday evening,
from the Yellowstone river. The pilots of
the Sherman report the Yellowstone river
as very low The steamer Black Hills ar
rived here this morning loaded with grain
for Ft. Lincoln.' She will return to Yank
ton......The steamer Eclipse left for Buford
to go into the Yellowstone.
Capt. Marsh's steamerBatchelor has made
the trip from Bismarck to Buford in fifty
five hours and twenty-five minutes, and the
Tribune says this makes her the champ
ion boat of the Missouri and Yellowstone
rivers." A Buford correspondent writes
There was some little excitement at the
landing last night, when the steamer Batch
elor arrived. She has made the quickest
time ever made from Bismarck to Buford.
Fifty-five hours and twenty-five minutes.
That entitles the veteran and gentlemanly
Captain Grant Marsh and the steamer Batch
elor to the honors. The time was recorded
correctly by Maj. Sanger, from Ft. Lincoln,
and Maj. Walker and Sig Hanauer, of Bis
marck. Maj. Walker expressed himself as
being highly delighted with the trip, saying
it was equal to the old time trips on the low
er Mississippi in the days of the Gen. Quit
man, Natchez and Gray Eagle.
Fine goods
Eiseman's.
and notions for ladies at
TEACHERS' INSTITUTE
The annual- session of the Yankton Coun
ty Teachers' Institute is appointed to be
held in the first week in September, begin'
ning on Monday, September 2d, at one
o'clock p. m., and ending at noon on Satur
day,. September 7th.
All persons expecting to teach in the
common schools of this coiinty within the
ensuing year, will find it to their advantage
in various ways to be in attendance through
out the session. Certificates will mot be
granted to those who neglect this duty, un
less a scircity of teachers makes it advisa
ble to do so, after those who do attend the
institute are supplied with certificates and
situations.
Members of the institute will please come
supplied with such text books in arithmetic,
geography, grammar and spelling as they
prefer to bring, and the superintendent will
furnish readers, slates and copy books. He
will also secure the best workers to be then
procured, to give instruction. Teachers will
please notify me before August 15tb, by mail
or otherwise, whether they will be in attend
ance. A large attendance of teachers and
pupils who contemplate teaching, is earnest
ly desired. «.» A. W. BARBER,
Superintendent.
Eiseman offers the most complete line of
ladies dress goods—every. variety—with
prices that cannot fail to please.
PERUVIAN BEER, a strictly temper
ance drink, i* a delightful hot weather bev
erage. VilmA I'l'aiiY.
Old papers for sale at tbla
BY PNITBBSAL AVfOBB.
AYBB'S CATHARTIC PI I.I A are the best of
all purgatives for family use. They are
the product ot long,- laborious, and suc
cessful chemical investigation, and their
extensive |»e, bv Physicians their prac
tice, and by'411 civlltaed nations, proves
them the beat and most effectual-purgative
Pill that ..medical science .can devise.
Beina purely vegetable no harm can arise
from their use. In intrinsic value and
Curative powers no other Pills can be
compared with them and every person,
knowipg. their virtues, will employ them,
when needed. They keep the system in
peifect'order, and maintain in healthy
action the wholemachincryoflife. Mild,
soarchinu and effectual, they are specially
adapted to the.needs.of the digestive ap
paratus, derangements of which they
prevent and cure, if timely taken. They
are.the best and safest physic to einploy
for chiidrec and weakened constitutions,
where a mild, but effectual, cathartic is
required.
FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS, tf
A TRIED REMEDY FOR BILIOUSNESS.
Those who suffer from disorder or inaction of
the liver will never get the upper.liandof the un
ruly organ so long as tliey use such irrational
remedies as blue pill, c&lomel and podophyllin.
Out from the tried and popular medicine, Hos
tctter's Stomach Bitten, they may expect relief
with a certainty of obtaining it, The influence
of the Bitters ufrm the great biliary gland is di
rect, powerful and speedily felt. The relief af
forded is not spasmodic, but complete and per
manent. The sallowncss of the skin, furred ap
pearance of the tonguo, indigestion, costivcncss,
headache, nausea, pains through the rislit side
and shoulder, in fact every accompaniment of
the obstinate complaint are entirely and prompt
ly removed by a course of this inestimable medi
cine, 111 behalf of which testimony is constantly
emanating from every quarter and from all
classes of society.
ARRIVALS AN0 DEPARTURES OF MAILS
llY ltAII.liOAD.
ARRIVE- DKPAltT.
K.isteru 6 :I5 r. M. 8 :00 A. M.
BY STAGE.
....6 :801\ 51. 4:00 A.M.
Springfleld (Daily).
Niobrara 5:00 7:00
Sioux Falls 8-{00 4:00
Firestcel 0:00 7:30
Ft. Randall, Ft,
Sully and up
river points.. Tues. 1 Mon
Thurs *-6 :30 v.
M. Wed V4 :00 AM
Sat...) Frld. I
CreiKliton and
Frenclitown-.Tues. I
Frld. f"
00
Tlmrs f0:OOAM
Eden Friday fi :001\ M...Saturday 8:00
Tabor and
Ziskov.. .Tuesday 5:0o Wednesday 7 K)0
Childstown &
Lost Lake.. Friday 9:0o" Saturday.. 6:00
Mails leaving before ti a. m., close previotis eve
ni»K ut 9 o'clock.
Kastcrn mail closes ut 7 :3o a. in.
SOCSETIES.
I. O. O. F.
Dakota I/Odge, No. 1.—Regular meetings on
Friday
I'vening
of each week, at Odd Fellows
Hall, Sawyer's block.
Humboldt Lodge, (German) No. ,V— Regular
meeting on Wednesday evening of each week,
at Odd Fellows Hall, Sawyer's block.
Vankton Encampment, No. 2.—Regular meet
ings on 1st. and 3rd. Monday evening of each
mouth, at Odd Fellows Hall, Sawyer's block.
A. F. & A. M.
Yankton Chapter. No. 1.—Regular meetings
on first and thlrd Wednesdays of each mouth, at
Masonic Hull, Sawyer's block. Sojourning com
panions cordiallY invited.
St. John's Lodge, No. 1.—Regular communi
cations on Tuesday evening, on or before full
moon of each month, at Masonic Hall, Sawyer's
block. Sojourners cordially invited.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
KADISH
IS
Just received the following specialities
"MINERAL WATERS"
HUNYADI JANOS'
The most pleasant, cfllcient of all purgative
waters.
APOLLINARIS
A delightful beverage.
FRIEDRICHSHALLEB
ltttter Water.
CONGRESS
(Empire Springs)
ERSIAN INSECT POWDER
for destroying Roaches, Bed Bugs, Fleas, Ants,
Moths, etc.
CARBOLIC ACID
For disinfecting purposes.
TH1BD STHEET,
(Next door to l'ostofllce,)
Yankton. Dakota.
JOB AND BOOK PRINTING.
THE
PRESS AND DAKOTAIAN
JOB AND BOOK
Printing Establishment
Pamphlet Printing a Speoialty
tatter Heads, Note neads,
J# B1U Heads, Tags.
Monthly Htatements atfd
Business Cards.
BawatovM*. illOtlm
Circatar9.G«. B«a4t 4 Bask Clwokt
&
FOR SALE.
a\'K
span of large mutes. For further par
ticulars, address F. X.Clark, lodl, Ikukotu,
or call at J. Magner's, 7 miles west of ludi.
nmrrn
Between Merchants Hotel und Uov. Kduiunds'
house, yesterday afternoon, a small package
containing a child's sash (uuvy blue) and it paper
of needles. The finder will please leave It at:
tills oflice.
HORSE LOST.
$ ,,-.1 Si •••i
sotrtl mare With a \vlilte strip in her face
sweeneyshoulder curly tall one of her eyes
has a aeum over
It
She was lost In Yanktmi'
last ovenftig. Tlie flmfer will receive a reasona
ble reward by leaving tliu animal at James
Crowe's, on Capital street.
Five Dollars llcward -A black leather pocket
hboki containing $25 in money and a number of
papers. The finder will be paid $5 by returning
it to this ofliee.
.iOmiEOWND.
At the Summer Card HI, yesterday, a pair of
gold spectacles. The owner can have them by
paying for this advertisement. Apply to'
-I JOHN
JAtons,
DISSOLUTION Ot COPARTNERSHIP.
The partnership heretofore existing under the
ilrm name of Cotiusell & C'ovcll, is this daydis
solved by 'inutuafconsont. T. C. Connsell will
continue the buslnces at tlie old stand.
T.
C. COUNSEI.I.,
".' OOVRM.
Yankton, D. T„ Aug. 23,1878.'
PIANO TO RENT.
Inquire of It. A. Ketchuni.
A
WANTED. •x.
A good girl for general house work. Apply to
Mrs. R.'J. Vauderhule.Tiiird street, east of C'ap
itul, and two doons north of Fourth street.
WANTED-A GIRL.
Apply at nninber three, lirick row, Fourth
street. Sins.
WM.
M. POWKKS.
DAKOTA SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATION.
l'cgular meetings on Wednesday evening of
each week, at 8 o'clock, atthe otllce of or. J. M.
Miller.
LOST.
small gold chain bracelet, with pearl set in
the slide, on Broadway or Third street. Leave
at (5. W. Kingsbury's corner of Second and Cedar
streets.
WANTED.
Somebody to open a brick yard at Springlield,
I). T. too.ooo good brick wanted for a new
school house. The flue prospects for building at
Springfield, offer great inducements.
iEO. W. STKIil.INC,
GKOKOR MKAD.
WANTED.
A miildle-aged woman, to take charge of a
hotel. Must be a good cook, anil capable of gov
erning servant girls. Cood wages will be paid
and steady employment. Address
(IKO. ('IIAMI'.KKI.AIN,
A competent girl to do |/eneral housework, can
find a situation and good wages by applying ear
ly at the residence of
FltF.D. SCIINAUItKR,
Second Street.
WANTED..
A young man of good morals, and industrious
habits, who is willing to work, wishes a situation
that will enable liini to pursue his studies. Good
references given, and not much wages required.
Has worked both in a store and law office some.
Address r. O. Box floe.
FOR SALE.
The property on tiie comer of Second and
Walnut streets, known as the "White Estate.'
For further particulars, Inquire of
GEO. H. HAND.
FOR SALE.
Burleigh's Block, tower Yankton—lots 4,5& 6
block IT, lot 15, block 36. Apply to
A. F.
BURIJCIGII,
P. K. Faulk's Office, Cedar Street.
NOTICE.
We herebv notify those parties who have or
dered manure hauled into Burleigh street, be
tween 2d and 3d streets, that they must cover
said manure.
J.
W.
BIIAMMI.K,
FHKD DONALDSON.
Yankton. 1). T., Aug. 7. 1878.
STOLEN—$10 REWARD!
From the subscriber, August 20th, a white
Mexican Pony. The pony is about ten years old,
is branded on the left check witli letter B," on
left shoulder witli a circle, on hind quarters with
R" and 8," 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. ltlCHAUDSON,
Yankton, Aug. 21, 1878.
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDINGS,
DKPATMBNT OF INTKUIOR OFFICE
INDIAN AFFAIRS,TIIE
Wuhlngton.Aug. 19,1878.
CEALKD.PROPOSALS, indorsed proposals for
O ''Buildings for the Red Cloua and Spotted
Tail Indian Agencies" and addressed to Win. J.
Pollock. Special Indian Agent, care Thomas N.
Bray, Yankton, Dakota, will be received up to
12 M. of Thursday, September 5, 1878, for the
immediate erection of a residence for tho Agent
of the Ited Cloud Agency, on tlie Wounded Knee
Ureek, about one hundred and seventy Ave
miles west of the 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 on the Rose Bud,
about seventy miles west of the Missouri,
All necessary information in regard to said
buildings may be obtained of Thomas N. Bray,
at Yankton, with whom plans and specifications
will be found.-? Ks
fg K.AvHAYT,
dlOd
Commissioner..
PROFESSIONAL.
E. H. VAN ANTWERP,
Notary Publio & Conveyanuei
Keeper ot Uettes Scientific System of lltle
Abstracts of Yankttm County, I). T.
(OrriCK IN SAVKII'S BIXJCK KOOM NO.4.I
TBBMT, YANKTON, ft
Civil Knqirutrtnq and Surttglmg.
A y—A t—L
GROCERIES.
ot' P^HAQE
DBAS.BH IN
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
Crockery and Glassware
THIRD STREET,
YANKTON. -T- DAKOTA
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
EXCELSIOR.
DlpifcrORE
MILLS & PURD
Druggists
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AMD
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School
JAS. II. SI'KI'IIKNS.
Directoi's.
While Swan. Dakota.
WANTED.
THIRD STREET,
Yankton, Dakota
DKALRU8 IN
DHUGS
All the popular medicines of the day Pre
scriptions eimmpounded by experienced pharma
ceutists.
The Finest Anartment of
Of?" SI 3 'if: t'
Books and Fancy Articles
IN THE WEST.
deadlight Oil, the Best in the Market
John Foerster's
SUPERIOR
BOTTLED LAGER BEER
A N O N
1 Dox. Quart Bottles, Wrapped and La
beled, 81.73.
1 Dos. Pint Bottles, Wrapped and La
beled, ¥1.13.
1 Dos. Quart3ottlea, Plain, SI.SO.
1 Dos. Pint Bottles, Plain. Si .00.
Cases and Bottles to be Returned.
Leave orders at Brewery Hall, Third Streat
MEAT MARKET.
Family Market
Broadway, Yankton, 0. T.
BRENNAN
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YANKTON .. OAKOTA (j"
Will nrartk* In alt Uir rouite ol tlw tonMofy.
TartmiUr utrauoaOre* to -Tfriiwi
A
JORDAN
.WIIX SUPPLY
Fresh Meats,
Salt Heats,
Fish and
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A Full Line of Vegetahles in Season
Always on hand.
BBEN1VAXV. L.W JOBS AN
THE FIRST NATIONAL
Bankof Yaakton
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Approved lkpaelUrjr for OlfttHirsliiK
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