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The Daily Press and Dakotaian
KVKRY EVENING EXCEPTING SUNDAYS
TKBM8 OF BDBSCBiFTION
Per Week, fficts Per Monthji fer W. *10
Office ou Third Street, between Broadway and
Cedar—Duffack's Block.
BOWEN «r KINGSBURY, Publishers.
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YANKTON, DAKOTA.
Thursday Evening, Sept. 19,1878
TERRITORIAL REPUBLICAN TICKET.
For Delegate to Congress,
BENNETT.
j. or Delegate to Co
GRANVILLE G.
JUDICIAL DISTRICT TICKET.
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For District Att&ney,M Judicial District,
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MinnWaha'.County.
THE REPUBLICAN PUTFORM.
First precinct to be bounded as follows: Com
mencing on the Missouri river, where the south
east corner of the county intersects said river
thence north along the range luie, being the east
line of the county, to the southeast cornier of
section 25. township M, range thence west on
section line to the range dividing ranges 54 and
531 thence south on the township line to the Da
kota river thence along the east bank of Dako
ta river to the Missouri river thence aloftg said
river to the.place of beginning, being fractional
townships 92 and 93, lying east of Dakota river,
and the south tier of sections of town M, ail in
range 51. This precinct will be entitled to eight
delegates. The caucus will be lieid at the pub
lic school house, in the village of GayviUe.
Second precinct to be bounded as follows
Commencing at the southeast comer of section
25, township 94, range 54 .thence west On the
section line to the Dakota river thence north
erly along the east bank of said Dakota river to
the township line between townships 94 and 95,
range 56 thence east on township line between
townships 94 and 95, to the line between ranges
and H,- thence south on range line to the
place of beginning, the same being all of town
ship 94, range 54 and all of township 94, range
SJ. lying.east of Dakota river, except the south
tier of sections of said townships. This precinct
will be entitled to four delegates. The caucus
will be held at the public scftool house, in school
district No. 8, near Clay creek crossing.
Third precinct, to consist of all of townships
95 and 96, of range 51. This precinct will.be en?
titled to four delegates. The caucus wilLbe helcl
at the house of HaldoSatter, known as Marin-'
dahl postoffice.''
Fourth preclncC to consist of all of township
95, range as, lying east of Dak eta river, and all
of township 96, range 55. This precinct will be
entitled to two delegates. Tbexaucus to be held
at the school house, near JohnijcCabe's.
Fifth precinct, to consist of ali of township 96,
rangef6,and sections 1 tois, lnclusiveol town
ship 95, range 56. This prectnctwill be entitled
to five delegates. The faupps fill be held at the
store of Herman Hewer, at Jamesvllle.
Sixth precinctito consist of all of townships 96
and 96, range.67. This precinct will he entitled
to six delegates. The caucus to be held at the
house of Dominick Stoller.
Seventh precinct, to consist bf all of to.whship
85, range 56, excepting sections'l to la inclusive
all of township 95, range
55, west of Dakota riv
er, and the north balf of township to, range 56.
This precinct will be entitled to jt^o.delegates.
The caucus to be' held at the. house of Peter
Frantz, in section *7, township Kian^ej56.
Eighth precinct, to cotudit'ol" a(i of C»wbships
93 and M, range 67. This piocinct will ^.enti
tled to four delegates. The caucus to be ^eld at
the school house, near t|ie s^r^,of Peiffer Bros.
Ninth precinct, to consist of ail of township
93, range 56, outside of the city of Yankton and
all that portion of the city of Yankton lying
west of the center ot W.alnut StrMt also ,the
south half of township M, nligfe' U. Thi« pre
cinct will be entitled to twelve delegates. The
caucus to be held at the boildiag occttpied by
tfurlelgh Bros., on Broadway.
Tenth precinct, to consist of all that partof the
city of Yankton lying east of 'the oehter ot Wal
nut street, and all of township 9% range 56, ex
cept that part of nction is, wliieqTis east of ba
kota river, and all of township B3, range 54,
which Is west of Dakota river also sections 33,
*4, 31 and M, towfcehlp M, range 55, and all that
part of township 94, ratige 55, lying west of Da
kota river. This precinct will be entitled to
twelve delegates. The caucus to be held at
Ktone's hall, la the cltyof IfiMktOn.
The time for holdingthe caucuses in each pre
cinct will be on Saturna^t September %tb, 1878,
F: J. DRWRT,"Chairman,
at a o'clock p. 1
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v^-v. pfg IS rl'BMSHKD
•iH
ADOPTED BY THE TEKRITORIATI CONVENTION
OF AUGUST 22, 1878.
,, That we hold an undoubting faith
that the better Judgment of mankind approves
therecord or the republican partyiiipatriotism
and civil achievement, 'and 4be humane and
lofty- principles which in times of public trial
created and Inspired it
».'*®,£!!!wiv"Q,af ?P end continue a great na
.Jr^L.^®8 ihustbe a government
founded fnroughbut upon prineinles of law which
make clt zensliiphonjyaple and secure, to it all
its franchises aria printogcs.aod whlch sMures
free suffrage, keens untrammeled aU political
rights, and responds to loyal feallty witn every
means necessary to promote its honest welfare.
«e^t Md^en,
oral,—.^..vj .u.uue.
tii, and see in the stren
here planted the natural product of republican
doctrines and that we urge ifpon the Butted
iUtUtiODS
uocinnes ana mat we -urge tftxm ttte VuiU
States such just and liberal aid !Q the survey ar
settlement of our lands the development ol 01
rV&PlMI MenilMAa .J
and
ui vui iniui, we uuTeiopuieni 01 our
•varied resources, the protection fcnd*eti«ionraee
5«i1iPi^r^?t^,ftes ancl the promotion of
our welfare as Is commensurate with the rapidi
t.v of our growth and the present duty-of the sov
ei'pign owner. ..
Retolvtd, That we pledge the republican party
of Dakota and its representatives in Whatever
department, to advance vritli all its zeal theriro
motion of these ends and -the development of
the territory, to build up free local government,
enact wise and wholesome laws,, enforce strict
economy in public expenditures, extend the
blessing of education and make pure and liberal
safeguards of society and lay broad and
deep the. foundations of our growiBg common
wealth.
Retotoed, We present to tbeneople of theterri
tory, the name of Hon.Granvfile G. Bennett:
for
delegate to congtess, and under his leadenfliip
W6COfinM*tl
A
raiice
throughout
i_»
eiegaie io congress, ana under his leadership
congratuiatexhepeople upon the certain assu
uice of republican victory in' every county
iioughoiit the territorj'.
REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION.
A Republican County Convention is hereby
called, and will be held at Stone's hall, in the
city of Yankton, at 11 o'clock a. m„ Thursday,
October 3d, 1878, for the purpose of nominating
candidates to be voted for at the ensuing elec
tion.
The following are the boundaries of the sev
eral precincts, and the number of delegates
to which each precinct wili be entitled:
UtHMf,' pp#
T. A. KnioMnniv, "'-a.
o.c.rmmaox,
.• Oovaijr CmuiltM.
HOD, John A. Login la alumpInK ILLI.
nols.
The polltleai outlook la the one most
familiar to Dakotaiam. Every couaty in
•ootliern Dakdta will go for Ihe republican
nomieeo.
Cool headed democrats are begloing to
perceive that this is not a good year for a
candidate whose sole qualification is "per
sonal popularity."
The Illinois' Central A Chicago & North
western B. R. Iowa division, have agreed to
pool, their earnings and have withdrawn
tholr special passenger agents from the
Washington City oonUins 131.M7 popa
tation. In the DlaUict of Colombia there
•re 160,051. Of this number 100,427 are
whiles and 53,624 colored, showing one col.
ored person to even two, whites.
President Uayes and family are at Tole
do to-day. To-morrow and the two follow
ing days they will spend at Fremont, their
old home, Monday go to Pittsburg and
reach Washington next Wednesday morn
ing.
A St. Louis undertaker writes a letter to
the Chicago Inter-Ocean under date of Sept.
14, in which he states' that the yellow fever
prevails in that city, but the papers refuse,
to make it public presuming that it will in
jure the city's business.
The grand lodge of Odd Fellows oi the
United States met in Baltimore on the IStb
The report of the grand sfre gives an in
crease in the number of lodges And encamp
ments, but a falling off, for the first time
since 1863, in membership and revenue
Jobn B. Harmon, of California, was
elected grand stre, and Mr. Olenn, of Geor
gia, deputy grand sire. The other ofilcers
were re-slected. An amendment changing
the title of the supreme body from the grand
lodge of the United States to that of grand
lodge of the independent order of Odd Fel
lows, was adopted by a two-third vote. The
action gives great satisfaction to members
from foreignj(Uji8{?Jettons.
A Washington specMl to tbe Inter-Ocean
says that a prominent official, who has just
returned from Europe, is authority for tbe
feport that.were it not for' General Grant's
rafo never to leave off anything begun by
him until done, be would return to Ameri
ca on the first steamer. Tbe general must
go to Madrid, China, and Japan, so that it
will be late in the spring before be reaches
home. He takns the liveliest interest in
politics, and is especially anxious that Howe,
Conkling, and Cameron should be returned
to tbe senate. Of Cameron, be said no man
in bis administration, not excepting Fish,
gave him so much satisfaction as Don Cam
eron.
THE DEATH ROLL
New York, Sept. 16.—The following is
the total death list in the south by jellow
fever up to the end of last week
New Orleans 2,091
Baton Rouge, La 30
Plagneminet La 37
Morgan City, La S
Fort Eads/La 8
Memphis, Tenn 1,985
Grenada, Miss 223
Holly Springs, Miss 76
Vicksburg, Miss 566
Canton, Miss 54
Port Gitwqp, Miss
OiDsan Spruigs, Miss 9
'Greenville, Miss. '49
Jake, Miss 12
Hickman, Ky. 26
Louisville, Ky 7
Galliopolis, Ohio 9
Cincinnati, Ohio 5
St. Louis, Mo 10
Chicago, 111 1
Cairo, 111 3
Total.
5,305
LOUISIANA POLITICS.
BNew Orleans, Sept. 13. -The political
campaign is beginning to develop quite
briskly. The national psrty, headed by Mr.
Frank Hatch, an old democrat, and collec
tor of the port before the war, has tele
graphed to Gen. Beauregard, now in New
York, bfferlng him the place at tbe bead of
the state ticket, in opposition to Major E.
A. Burke, the regular democratic nominee.
The negro vote solid is pledged to Gen:
Beauregard in this offer as there has been
a fusion between the nationals and repub
licans. The republican convention which
meets in this city on the ISth will not
make, it is understood, any nominations.
They will allow the nationals to nominate
the state and city tickets, as they did two
members of congress from city districts.
The number of registered voters Is now
about 12,000. Of these over 5.000 are ne
groes, and the nationals claim 1,500 also.
The fever Will keep, it is believed, a large
number of democratic refuges from regis
tering in time to vote. The registry closes
tbe 20th of November.
KOUNTTS RIVER CONTRACT.
[Helena, M. T„ Daily Herald, Sept 4.]
Commodore Kountz's contract on the Yel
lowstone is interesting. His failure to de
liver 1,500,000 pounds within the specified
time has raised an inquiry as to how much
the government or Kounts is going to lose.
His contract calls for 20 cents per 100 pounds
per 100 miles. Gen. Tompkins has let a
portion of the delayed freight to Charles
and Holder at $1 per 100 pounds per 100
mils*. The Kounti contract will compel
him to make good the difference to the gov
ernment As the water now so low that
Fort Keogh cannot be reached by steamboat
a large fraction of the distance from Bufora
must be traversed by ox teams. The coot
of transportation by land will be at least $2
per 100 pounds per 100 miles, and possiblv
$4 or $5. It can easily be figured out that
Mr. Kountz will be a large loser, and if his
bondsmen are not the best the government
may stand it for a trifle.
I mismess yon can engage
BEST
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to no per day mue
worker uf sltnor
their own localities.
b* any
a. iMU in
Particulars
and sampiesworth 6 free.. lmpQvvejov narc
time at this Mslaese. Address WPIMSOM «7CO.
Portland. Maine.
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ENGLISH CROP REPORTS.
London, SepL 17.—The Mark Lane Ex
Mws says Uw fine weather continued last
ytk, and the harvest of the klng^Mt la
IMtty well finished Under the most'favor
able circumstanoae. 8uch a fiae ending Is
of Mwstimable vahie, although a Rreatileal
of wneat and a latge quanllty of barley was
Irretrievably damaged by the wet weather
that immediately preceded the fine period.
At all markets an inactive demand for
wheat prevailed, and although supplies up
to Friday were not heavy, millers could not
bt indu^d fo fidy ftifets i)bjitr taAO^ant
con&Hldns. 'TheitiostnotbwortnyTeature
of the movement In foreign wheal still ex
ists in tbe large continental demand. The
samples of Iftrley are mostly discolored, bnt
good malting qualities are readily taken.
Thia grain, like wheat is finding great var
iations in Value. Business In malae and
oats took place to their extent ot consump
tion requirements without any speculative
demand.
TAMIOVS CAUSES.
Advancing years, care, sickness, disap
pointment, and hereditary predisposition
all operate to turn the hair gray, and either
of them inclines it to shed prematurely.
AYER'S HAIK YIOOS will restore faded or
gray, light and red hair to a rich brown or
deep black, as may be desired. It softens
and cleanses the scalp, giving it a healthy
action, and removes and cures dandruff
and humors. By its use falling ha is
checked, and anew growth will be pro
duced in all cases where the follicler are
not destroyed or the glands decayed.
Its effects are beautifully shown in brashy,
weak, or sickly hair, to which a few ap
plications will produce the gloss and
freshness of youth. Harmless and sure
in its operation, it is incomparable as a
dressing, and is especially valued for tbe
soft lustre and richness of tone it imparts.
It contains neither oil nor dye, and will
not soil or color white cambric yet it
lasts long on the hair, and keeps it fresh
and vigorous.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
Sold by Mills & Purdy, Yankton.
ROASTKD COFFEE
If there is any luxury more generally
appreciated than another,it is GOOD COP
FEE. Few persons can roast coffee well,
and to meet this want Messrs. Bell, Con
rad & Co., Chicago, have imported and
rosted a coffee called
ANKORIA,
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
PEERLESS BAKING POWDER
made by the same firm. Ask him for
them and obtain the best goods in the
world.
HARDWARE
RICHEY & DIX
DKALEUS IN
HARDWARE, STOVES
AND MANUFACTURERS OP TINWARE.
Mining Goods
Of Every Description.
An extensive Repairing Department Is connect
ed with our establishment
AGENTS FOB THK
Celebrated Otsego Forks
RICHEY & DIX,
(Sawyer's Block*)
Third-St.. Yankton D.
W. B. VALENTINE
CONTRACTOR
AJJD
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YANKTON DAKOTA
BANKS
THE FIRST NATIONAL
Bank of Yankton
Financial Agent of the United States
Approved Depositary for Disbursing
Officers.
JAMES C. MoVAY, President
W. H. McVAY. CABHIKB.
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Drafts bought and sold. Collections made
and promptly remitted for.
WOOD.
Dry Cottonwood!
AND HARDWOOD.
CottonwoodLumber
AND
BUILDING LUMBER,
J. Il H. LOEBER
Will MLDOL
Cordwqod in any quanty to
anltton. 0*ee between Fand I
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VE8ETINE
ParlAcs the Bloei A dives Streagth.
DU QUOIN,III., Jan. 21, IS18.
MR. II. K. STEVKNR
Dear 8lr: -Your Veuetlno has liven doing
wonders for me. Have been having the Chilli
and Jitter, contracted In tlie swamps of the south,
nothing iriving me relief until I began the use of
your Vegetlne, giving me immediate relief, to
ning up my system, purifying my blood, giving
strength whereas, all other medicines weaken
ed me. and fllled my system with BOIson.i Sad I
amsatlsHMthht if nmSes.lnatUve In ttfeitaue
districts of the south and west would take Veg
ettne two or three times a week, they would not
be troubled with the ChiUt" or the malignant
Fevtrt that prevail at certain times of the year,
save doctors' bills, and 11
veto a good old age.
Ma. H. R. STBVBNS
Dear SirI have used several bottles of Veg
etlne it has entirely cured me of Vtrtigo. I
have also used it for Kidmu tomnMiU. It is
the best medicine for kidney complaint. I
would recommend it as a good blood purifler,
IS THE BEST
Spring Medicine.
VEQETINE
Prepared by
H. R. STEVENS, Boston, Mass
Veoetine is Sold by All Druggists
COMPUTATION SIMPLIFIED
-.BY—
Ropp's Easy Calculator.
Anew publication, that must prove of incal
culable benefit to the commercial world—unless
the book Itself can calculate its own worth—for
It calculates almost every thing."—Ohieaao
Timtt.
This complete and comprehensive Calculator
is used by thousands of farmers, mechanics and
business men, who speak in the highest terms of
its practical vtllUy ami conventtMt.' It is so
sim
ple and easily comprehended, that with its aid
even the most illiterate is enabled, In a few min
utes, to calculate with absolute accuracy and
ipeed, while its original and rapid methods ben
ifit and delight the most Scholarly.
It shows, at a glance, the accurate value of
Wheat, Corh, Rye, Oats. Barley, Cattle, Hogs
Hay, Coal, Lumber and Merchandise, from one
pound to a ear load, and at aaV price that the
market is likely to reach.
It shows the iaterest on any sum, for any time,
at fix, MM», eight and ten per cent, both simple
and compound.
It shows the correct time intervening between
two dates: also, the month ana day of the month
when a note or bill matures.
It shows the exact measurement ot Boards,
3cantllngs, Timbers, 8aw-Uigs, Cisterns. Tanks,
Wei's. Granules, Bins, Wagon-Beds, Corn
Cribs. Hay-Stacks, etc., etc.
It shows the Wages, at various rates, for hours,
days, weeks and months besides, it contains
numerous other important tables and valuable
information.
It embodies an entirely new ryttem of calcula
tion, by which a vast amount ot figures and
mental labor required by the ordinary methods
—and fractious with their complexities—are ab
solutely avoided in practical calculations.
It is printed on fine tinted paper, is well and
elegantly bound in pocket-book shape, and is
accoinpanled by a Silicate Slate, Pocket for pa
pers, Pencil-holder and a Memorandum Book,
which can be replenished In the Russia and Mo
rocco binding.
It is a tejii oonvsnient and desirable Pocket
ItowU. aad costs no mo(e tUau a ooBunondiai
although it was gotten up at great expense, study
and labor. It is unquestionably one of .the most
useful publications, for all classes of people, ever
Issued from the press.
Round in fine Russia bather, wltli
(lit edges, ..... ft.OO
Bound In line Morocco Leather, with
(lit edges.
loan* In lira English Cloth, with
Kilt edges,
Bonnd In Cloth, (flexible) Cover,
wlthost SUIc, Memorandum, ate.,
hl::Q.S
Respectfully yours,
J. K. MITCHELL,
Agent Henderson's Looms, St. Louis, Mo.
ALL DISEASES OF TBE BLOOD.—It Vegetlne
will relieve pain, cleanse, parlfy. and oure such
diseases, restoring the patient to perfect health,
inv
a ousivivii vu, vau wv
vuicui
si so
Is medicine performing such great cures? It
can truly be called the Br*at Blood PuriJIer.
The ^great source of disease originates the
bldod and no medicine that does not act dlrect
iy,r
nwww, (Mm uv IOTWWUO UiM WWUUI Wlttlrovi*
upon It, to purify and renovate, has any just
ilaim upon public attention.
Has Entirely Care# Me ef Vertigo.
CAIRO,III., Jan. 28,1878.
N. VOCUM.
PAIN AND DISEASE.—Can we expect to en]oy
good health when bad or corrupt humors circu
late with the blood, causing pain and disease
and these humors, being deposited through the
entire body, produce pimples, eruptions, ulcers,
indigestion, costiveness, headaches, neuralgia,
rheumatism, and numerous other complaints?
Remove the cause by taking Vegetlne, the most
reliable remedy for cleansing and purifying the
blood.
VE6ETINE
Believe it to be a Good Medicine.
XKNIA, O., March 1,1877.
Ma. STEVENS
Dear SirI wish to inform you what your
Vegetlne has done for me. I have been afllicted
with Neuralgia, and after nsihg three bottles of
the Vegetlne was eutirely relieved. I also found
my general health much improved. I believe it
to be a good medicine. Yours, truly,
FRED IlAKVEItSTlCK.
VKGETINE thoroughly eradicates every kind
of humor, and restores the entire system to a
healthy condition.
VEGETINE
DRUGGIST'S REPORT.
H. R. STEVENS
Bear SirWe have been selling your Vege
true for the past eighteen months, and we take
pleasure in stating that In every case, to our
Knowledge, it hasgiveu great satisfaction.
Respectfully,
BUCK & COWOILL, Druggists.
Hickman, Ky.
VEGETINE
i.se
1.00
SO
Extra Slates and Memorandums, 10 eenta
each throe tor 9# eeats.
Sent post-paid to any address on receipt of
price. Address
BOWEN fc KI1VGSB1
Press and DakoSilaA,
Yankton. Dakota.
fi^rilaiVrt*ftABV*M!ir*a«wM
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FURNITURE
J.R.SANBORN
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FURNITURE, MATTRESSE8
MIRRORS
Upholstered Goods
UNDERTAKER'S GOODS,
Dewitt's Blook, Third-Rt
A A E
—OF THK—
SAORED HEART!
COR.STH fc CEDAR STREETS.
YANKTON, DAKOTA.
This Academy is under the direction of the
Sisters of Mertsy. The course 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.
Pupils of all Denominations Re
ceived.,
For particulars, apply to the Directress of the
Acadcmy, who can be seen every day there from
9 to it a. in., and from 2 to 6 p. in., beginning
next Mondav. 36th.
FANCY GVOCERIES.
WalterH. Carr,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
FINE CONFECTIONERIES
FANCY OROCERIE8,
VEGETABLES, 6cc
THIRD STftEEr,
YANKTON .DAKOTA
Orders -by Mail Promptly Attended to.
PROFESSIONAL..
B. H. VAN ANTWERP,
Notary Publio ft Oonveyanoer
Keeper ot U'Uettes Scientific System of Title
Abstracts of Yankton County, D. T.
(OFFICK IN SAYKB'S BLOCK ROOM No.4.
r,
YANKTON,
D.
Civil Rnaineertno and Surveying.
Illinois Central Railed
Shortens sal Bent Route to CMeaco.
SIOUXCITY to CHICAGO
WlthoM Change *f Cart I
Commencing Dec. tth, 1874,
..A- Daily Express Passenger Train will leave
Uouz City, Saturdays excepted, on the arrival of
train
FBOK YANKTON.
An Express Train leaves Sioux City at Sato,
m. arrives at Chicago at imp. m. twenty
minutes earlier than tbe C. A N.W.B.K. Sleep'
tag cars run through from Sioux City to Chicago.
Pare tor sleeping car only tt.to Passengers lea
Jtag Chicago at 10 a. m., bound west, arrive at
Sioux City at 11 ao a. m.
An accommodation train will leave Sioux ','tt
dally, eicept Sundays, at 5:80 n. m., connecting
with through passenger trains at Waterloo
at Sioux City at S.43 a. m.
Trains going east ctmneet at Chicago with all
trains for Detroit, Cleveland, Bufialo, Niagara
ftOls, Pittsburg, Philadelphia. Baitimne, wBh
lngton, Hew Tork, Boston snd all parts ol thi
Bllti
_Thls trala connects at Waterloo with trains ot
the Cedar FsUs and Minnesota Braneh- 1
earls
Waterloo at 12JO a.san and arriving avMonaa
*•*9 m., connecting with Milwaukee St. Pas
raUroad trains, and arriving at St. Faul at 6.W
•oand Minneapolis atd.Sep. m.
Connections are made at Preeport with trains
en the nilaoto Central railroad main line, leasing
Preeportat 9,18 p.m., arriving at Oaleshatg
6 Burlington at 7 m: Pock
Island at 6
50
at 7
Lea
pm Quinuratf pm St]
"Jk.?'"1'
c»l'oat
4.00 a at connectiig si
Ojlro with tralns for Memphis, Maahville, Vi&s
burg. Mobile. Mew Orleans, and
All Parts of the Soutb
Connections ar* also made at Preeport witt
Western Uafon trains, leaving Preeport at 1.S0
m, sad arriving at Kaciie at IMp and Mil
waukeeat 6.80 pm.
Conneattons are also mads at Dubuque to
UIUIB, Ualro, and aU points south
Baggage Cheeked Through
to all important points.
Por through tickets and information anp:
the Illinois Central depot,
1'ralns run by Uabuque time, which Is twents
minutes faster than bloax City.
'os. P. Tocasa.Uhiesgo,
W. P. Jon aeon, Oeo'lfapi
.. ., *—w' Fessoagei tost, CTIesgo.
U. A. Hnuws. Aa't Htoex CttT.laBSMv
seesEsss^s
Mrs. C. A. Lyons & Co.
FASHIONABLE MILLINERY
iF"~ 'v.'
•VV-v
ANU
3 re 8 Making
THIRD STRSET, nesttdoar to HARR1
KATZ Yankton.
GROCERIES.
The Only Perfect Business
SYSTEM ON EARTH.
LAVENDER'S
Cash Grocery House
HA8 ADOPTED IT.
NO BAD DEBTS,
No Expenses for Collecting,
No Book Aocounts,
No Boole
These expenses, saved bv
ihe oash
system,
permit
a
great reduction in prices and
itill afford a margin for
an
honorable profit.
Patrons of Lavender's Casn
Grocery House get the bene
fit of this reduction.
Goods delivered free to anv
part of the oity and .orders
from abroad promptly filled.
Third Street,
YANKTON T.
FLOUR AND FEED
Incorporated Jan'y I, 1875.
D. T. HKAMUI.K, I'res't. WM. M1NKK, Sup.
K. L. VAN TAHSKIJ,
Sec'y.
Excelsior Mill Co
MANUPACTURffR
FLOUR,
CORN MEAL,
BRAN,'
SHORTS
And Dealers in all kinds of Feed. Cash paid for
Wheat, Corn, Oats, &c.
Flour delivered in aU parts of the city free
ehujpe. Call and see us. Our flour sp« aks fo
CAPITAL STREET,
Yankton Dakota
MEAT MARKET.
Family Market
Broadway, Yankton, 0. T.
BRENNAN A JORDAN
WILL SUrPLY
Fresh Meats,
Salt Meats,
Fish and.
Game
TO OTTOBB.
A Full Line of Vegetables in Seatos
Always on hand.
PBHNNAN. L. JOBUN
BANKS
A N O N A N
EDMUMDS 4 WYNN. Bankers.
Yankton, .... Dakota
no A OUISHAl.
Bs*kJn|,CollootiesA Leanlutinett
'lira same as National Banks.
Bay and sell exchange on the principal citlM
of tbe United States and Kurupe. Hneelai at
tlo paid to collections aod remlitMl for
InvarlaMv Day if Payasst.
Wil lean money, pay tanas and sail real estate
lor noa-rsstdenta, on favorable terms. Agonia
Isr leMaMo Inswanee Ounuantea, and Inaure
—I terms iarsraMe,

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