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lie §#Ug gr«$* and gntotaiaii. YANkTONi DAKOTA. i'f Mtndty Evening, July 1879. IN8PECTE0 FOR THE YANKTON RETAIL TRADE One eaf-loid' of Head Xlght Oil, clear crystal and white ai snow, will be here by the Fourth of July, and for sale by July 6th. C. L. RICHARDSON. Hereafter the oil wagon will run on Tires .day, Thursday endfiaturday. ., N. B.—IllumiDtting oil has arrived and will be Introduced to the citizsns Saturday LOCAL LACONICS.- Regular meeting qf the city council this evening. tHaxImiim teof peMare Jestef^ay: *»s 8§°. To day tbe:ther&oiriett!r reached S5°. The examination of M. P. Hanson, for murder, will probably occur to-morrow, be fore Justice Roberts. A large number of Yankton Indians are in town' to-day, among the number being the veteran chief Strike-the-Ree. Spotted Tail has announced himself in favor of one man government for his In dians and he wants to be the one man. Reports from Milwaukee are to the effect that the extansion of the Milwaukee ropd toYankton is the'prominent topic in rail road circle* Two Saturday night drunks were adjudi cated in the police court to-day." One'un fortunate paid the fine and the other went to work under the autpices of P. C. Yesterday's weather wu not productive of well filled churches Our most devout citizens agree that this is a good time of the year for pastors to take vacations. The weather indications for the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys are: Warmer southeasterly winds, shifting to cooler northwest winds, clearing weather and rising barometer. Work has been commenced on the convent to be erected in the western suburbs by the sisters of mercy. The building is to be of brick, 50x70 on the ground and three stories high. It will be completed this fall. A foot race between a Sioux Falls man and a Black Hills deck hand will occur be tween six and seven this evening at the foot of-Broadway.' Distance one hundred yards, best two in three.. Twenty-five.dollars a side, Anthony Walsh, residing five miles north of Yankton, was before Justice Roberts to day for examination under, charge- of firing prairie grass and destroying property be longing to Mr. Tobin, He wai held for trial and admitted to $*200 ball. The agent at Rosebud'agency was vigor ously rebuked by the Indian department for issuing invitations to neighboring tribes to parlicipate io the sun dance orgies of the Brule. Sioux under his charge. -Under'the peace policy sun dances are frowned upon. AU reports concerning John Cunningham and his bear, which have reflected in any manner upon either one or the other, are set at rest by a card from the late owner of the'bear. The partnership heretofore exist ing between this combination of beauty and the beast is dissolved by mutual consent. The Yankton pony, owned, by Ed, Mel vin and C. H. Bennett, won the pony race and the free for all race at Sioux City on the 4th. He so surprised the horse men down that way that an offer of $200 was made for him which was accepted, and he is now the property of some fast horse fancier in that city. When the Sioux get ready the Yank tons will send down another horse and beat him. It is reported that John Cunningham has sold his trained bear to Maj. Oiffiey, and the major with his bear and "Wild Bill"-left on Carrier last Saturday for a starring tour on the lower Missouri. Mr. Cunningham will remldn.iir towii for a few days for .the pur pose of refunding to his personal friends any nickels or dimes they tnay have inad vertently contributed to the bear show. He ha? appointed Ike Wise his, financial agent for this purpose to wiota claims may be presented for payment. :—r'j jf' A CARD. Owing to pressure of other engagements I have found it necessary to retire altogeth er from' the show business and have sold my great trick bear, Mewley, to Mr. Robt Co*,- of this City, a gentleman every way competent to maintain the high moral character vhlch has been a chief feature of my exhibition. I beg a generous public to continue to my successor the same liberal patronage wfcjch has$«^nJbegtow?d upon, Your Obt, 'Servt.,* .. jfoHKr CCMNUiQHAM. 't NOTICE. To members of Christ church parish—A meeting of the members of' Christ church will be held at the church on Tuesday evening, st6 o'clock, July 8th. It is desir ed that all Interested In the parish be pre sent, as business of importance will be broaght'to your attention, and immediate aotyeii thereon requested E. R. RICHARDSON, Rector. Mills & Purdy have in stock a new lot of Oil /curtail, fringe and tassels to match. 'Whatfethe'nfe of gumming it when Dr. Dix, at his office in Sawyer's block is insert ing the BEST QUALITY'of artificial teeth at fifteen dollars per set, reports to the contrary notwithstanding. Grable the auctioneer receives orders for Sylvester & Barber, for wood, co«l and ice Milwaukee lager beer and lunch at Frank Cochrane's. —r1— Mason's fruit jars, for" rale at O. Hage'a. mv 1 M«j. Sharp went to Sioux City this mohi jagr w* Bartlett Tripp and family returned from Sioux Falls Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Kershaw arrived tt)is forenoon from 8ioux Falls. 5 W. A. Bdrlsigh, jr., was passenger on this morning's train for the east. Captain McVay's little daughter has been seriously sick, but is now recovering. Mq. Isaiah Li|htner, agent at Saatea agency, arrived tbis "afternoon from "the agency. Mrs. W. A. Burleigh returned on the steamer Black Hills from a trip to the Yel lowstone. Hon. S. L. Spink returned Saturday even ing from Swan Lake, where he did the orat ing on the 4th. Rev. W. Q. Jewell wUl etart forthe*a shore, next jjeiek,.. where he willlpUt in .his summer vacation. Manager Merrill, of the Milwaukee road, writes Governor Edmunds that he will be in Yankton about the 13th Inst. Mtas IhmBen. who has been Vtetttngwith Judge Shannon's family for several months, left this morning for Pittsburg. Dr. Franklin Wixon, late surgeon at Rosebud agency, Arrived from that camp Saturday evening by steamer Black Hilla. Misa Mable C. Weeks, Mrs. L. B. Par tridges sister, left for Minneapolis this morning, where she will visit with friends. Mrs. J. B. Raymond returned from northern Dakota on the steamer Carrier. She has tysen spending a few weeks at Fargo and Bismarck. Delegate Bennett and family ariived Saturday night from the east, the judge coming from the national capital and Mr?. B. and children from Washington, Iowa, where they have been visiting. They were accompanied by Mrs. W. C. Williamson and child of Washington, Iowa, who visits Dakota for the improvement of her health. The Merchants billiard parlors have been moved to a location one door north of Ed munds & Wynn's bank. THE RIVER. The river is falling rapidly at this point. The steamer Carrier departed Saturday night for St. Louis. The steamer Niobrara, D. Haley master, arrived last night from Sioux City and left for Niobrara. The steamers Black Hills, Key West, Western and General Terry are now lying •t the Yankton levee. The steamer Black Hills made the down trip from Terry's landing to Yaukton in four and one half days. Captain Coonce, of the Black Hills, re pot tsa falling river all the way down the Yellowstone and the Missouri. The steamer Key West, Captain Frank Marutta, will leave Yankton to-morrow for P.erre and probably Cheyenne agency. The steamer Butte, Andy Johnson master, and Jimmie Keenan clerk, left Saturday night for the Yellowatone, with a full load I of freight. Captain Nick Beusen, ol the Montana, has shipped as roaster of the Rosebud and Captain John Todd, of the Rosebud, has taken cbarge of the injured Montana and will go to St. Louis with her and superin tend repairs. The highest water in the Missouri dur ing this season occurred on the 26tb of June, when it reached 12 feet 6 inches above low water. Since that date it has been slowly Jailing, and ia to-day 11 feet 2 inches above low water. A Bismarck telegram of the 1st says the steamer Dacotah wa^to sail for Benton on the 2d without waiting to repaii her roof, which was damaged $600 by the tornado. The telegram further says: "A clock on the pilot house of the ferry steamboat Den ver was blown by the tornado out on the prairie several hundred feet, and was found ticking away this morning just as if nothing had happened." A French family on board ,of the steamer Dacotah were badly fright ened, and said their prayers as freely as if it was Sunday. Paymaster Thomas who saw the wind strike the Montana, says it crush ed the cabin in as a strong man would a pyramid of confectionary." Captain McVay received a letter Satur 'day night from Captain Maratta giving particulars of the disaster to the Montana whicb confirm prevloua reports. Captain Maratta tells the sad story feelingly. He says, "the Montana laid at the wharf, the" evening before, a proud structure, and the neit morning was a wreck." Her cabin iwas blown completely off and the seven hundred pound bell lifted to the shore as easily as though it was mafleof light Wood instead oi heavy metal. The boat had a profitable Benton trip, before her and bad commenced loading when the tornado de molished her upper works. Her hull, ma chinery and wheel are left intact and as poon aa she can be got ready she will start ifor St. Louis. Captain McVay thinks, she pulled out for that port this morning. Captain Maratta writes that, the Dacotah was damaged about $600 worth by the par tial demolition of her roof. A force of car penters was placed on board and she will be made good during her trip up to Beaton. Dried buffalo meat for aale at O. kage's. P. Neff, commission bouse on Broadway between Third and Fourth. Standard prices for the month of July: 10 cts 10 cts 10 cts 10 cts 10 cts 10 els 10 cts '.10 cts Potatoes, peck Good fresh batter, 1 fc. Eggs Peas, lqt Pop corn.l qt Gooseberries, 1 qt Cheese, 1 tt Cider rinegar, 1 qt. Fresh Strawberries and Schoregge'a every day. Ice Cream at and Robbed of "Some rwrlrf. -fcfce.Utoe A&rtorfla»tF#Ufy nigfct the houM oMifre.8. D.^wjs op^tcond street was burglarised. Mm. Lewis is absent at Miles City, on the Yellowstone, leaving her house in charge of the servant girl. On Fri day night the girl left the house to attend the 4th of July festivities, and during her absence the house was entered tyr a burglar and gone jewelry belonging to,, Mn. Lewis T|e5lfci^so^v«»B^te4jl l«ge clothing, holudibg some valuable silk dresses, which he tied up and left in the house, intending^doubtleas to repiove them at a future thne.- In leaving thethief took the key of the back door with him. On re turning to the* house and finding .what had happened, the girl naturally became fright ened aid afraid to remain in the house. On iSaturaay she informed Sheriff,Safeer of what had happened, and also that she knew of two young men (Norwegians) who, if properly authorized, would remain in the house and watch for the return pf the thief, while she would go to a house of a friend. This ar rangement was agreed upon and the two men, after receiving instructions from the sheriff, commenced their watch. This morn ing at about three o'clock, while one man was watching with a pistol in his hand and the other lying down taking a rest, the burglar returned and deliberately un locking the back door, walked into the house. Coming into the presence of the two guardians of the house. Upon see ing them he coolly demanded, "what are you doing here? to which the armed and wakeful sentinel replied that they were there for the purpose uf guarding the house Apparently not knowing what else to say, and deeming the intruder's question a good one to repeat by way of carrying on the conversation, asked What are you doing here?" This was a hard conundrum, but the fellow was equal to the occasion and didn't "give it up." "I was sent here," he replied, "to watch the house, and it seems strange that I should be sent here to per form a service in which you are already en gaged." The guardians too thought it strange that no information had been given them that they were to be reinforced, and so expressed themselves. "Well," replied the new-comer, "as the hovwe is already well guarded it is useless for me to remain here, and I will go and he went, without steal ing the guardians of the house or any more goods. He is described ss a large burly fellow in bis shirt sleeves, and this is all the clue there is thus far to the robber. When the appetite falls, and head aches, with constipation of the bawels, the liver is out of order, and no medicine gives such prompt and permanent relief as a few doses of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets. Dr. VV. H. H. Brown, block, Yankton. aeuust, Union Dr. II. D. Dodge, aenlisi, JJewitt's bloc': Ytnklon. #ptrial Notices. NURSE GIRL WAITED. A yoiuiR ftirl to take care of a small child. En quire of II. E. CUTTIXG. 5(i-:id LAND TO EXCHANGE. Wanted to exchange—480 acres of laud in northwestern Texas, selected and entered 21 years ano, for lands near Yankton. Apply to .1. E. BllUCK, cor. 3d and Capital streets. 47-liu MILK FURNISHED. I am prepared to furnish milk in any quantity desired, Satisfaction guaranteed. Leave or ders at Pike's or Jenkinson's, Third street. Ii44-lm Fit AN A. SMITH. MECHANIC'S HOME. Terms moderate NOTICE TO STOCK OWNERS. We will receive cattle and stock for pasturing or herding from and after June 17th, at 60 cents ahead per month. We have fenced in a large portion of ourfarm, formerly known as Prcsho's farm, west of .the citj limits, where stock will have an abundance of grass, water, and shade trees. Good care and prompt attention to all stock entrusted to our care, is guaranteed. Please give us your orders^ Leave orders at J. L. Norris' grocery store, opposite Jencks ho tel. Respectfully yours, n44-12d JiHICKSON & CARLSON. PROPOSALS FOR BIOS. SPRINGFIKLD, D. T.,,June25th, is:9. The Board of School District No. 4, Bon Homme county hereby invite bids for the erec tiwiof abrtek School bnlldln^ai Springfield, to be built and completed belore^the'lStli day of September, 1879. Bids upon the mason work and carpenter work to be.separate or in whote—plans and specillcatlqns of wliich can be seen at the offlcc °i A" E-C°tby, all bids °ar(^ Yankton, D.T., and the office of Geo. W. Sterling, Springfield, I. T., on and after July 2nd, 1879. Bidders whose bids are accepted will be re quired to enter into bonds for the faithful pcr formance of tbeir contract in sunw equal to twice tile amoulit of the bid or bids. 'Bids may be left at either office above men tioned, but wUl be opened at Springfield. D. T„ at 2 p.m.. July 16th, 187». reS®rVeS tlie ri8ht CJEALED PROPOSALS, in triplicate, address •Jedtotlie undersigned, will be received at tills office and at the offlca of the Acting Assistant Quartermaster at Fort Yates, D. f., until 12 o'clock noon, on the 14th day of July, 1879, at which time and such other quantity of either article, as may be required at said post, during the fiscal year com mencing July 1st, 1879, and ending June 30th, „.",HSni^fion,?vlu not.be J?lven YANKTON OPERA HOUSE. DAVID CAMPBELL, PROPRIETOR. CHA8. WAMBOLE, BUS. MANG'R JOSEPH M. FREEMAN, DIRECTOR. PROF. FLECK, MUSICAL DIRECTOR. SUCCESS! SUCCESS SUCCESS! 2 New Stars. 2 First uppcaratice this season of I lia celebra ted Yankton favorite, Jllss BLANCH TRENHAM Wliu will appear in an ontirely new repitoir of Songs, lialhuls, &e„ iulrodiicjni her. latest seusation, •. BEECHER First appearance iu Vankton of the prima lady song and dance artist, LITTLE ETOLIA Pronounced by both press and public to be the most finished Clog and Jit artist now on the Vaudeville stage. ALL TIIG OLD FAVORITES RE TAINED. MISS MAY GRAHAM, Miss Minnie LaMont. Miss OLIVE DuMONT. JAMES ROCHE. GEO. ANNIBAL. PRANK O'BRIAN. J. M. FREEMAN. In active preparation and will shortly be pro duced Willi new scenery and elVeuts, llio celebrated eastern sen sation, The Female Bathers. ADMISSION. 05 cents. BOX SK.YTS, 50 Cents. Doors open at 7 :30. Curtain rises at 8. DAKOTA SOUTHERN AND Sioux City & Pembina Railroads. TIMK TABLE. To take effect Sunday, Febrnary 23. 18.9 DAKOTA SOUTHEBN. TRAIN9 MOVING TRAINS MOVIN' WKDT. STATIONS. 1.10 p.m. leave viop.ni, ari 'e houseLthc Mechanic's Home. Anew boardin Newly furnished and pleasantly located on Walnut street, near the Congregational ehurclt. 'l. P. WILCOX. reject any and GEO. MKADE. GEO. W. STERLING. J.H.STEPHENS, bo-lldayg School Board. PROPOSALS FOR WOOD AND HAY. OFFICE CHIEFQCABTKEMASTKH, DEPARTMENT OF DAKOTA. ST. PAUL, MINN, June 28, 1879. co"traclors to cut Wood or Hay on the Military Fort Yates. One copy of this advertisement must bo se curely attached to each triplicate proposal, and mustbe mentioned therein as comprising part '""ks'orproposaU may be obtained at this office or at Fort Yates. The successful bidder, in each case, will be re quired to enter into a written contract with the United States, with good and approved security In the suinofttooo, within tan days after being notified of the acceptance of his proposal Proposals must be inclosed In sealed 'cnvel- Yates. The United States reserves the right to rolcct anv or all proposals. CI1AS. II. TOMPKINS, Deputy QuartermasterGeneral,1J. ». ARMY Chief Quartermaster. AST. PiSSIlIOCB No.l irisBXHOisHt l.-lJp.m ..-tSIOUX CITY 11,14p.m.Arr'« i.M ....McOOOK ln.44 ..JEFFERSON .. 10/24 2.32meiat 1 DAVIS .lUNCT'N 10.22 meet 3 3.00 ..tKLK POINT.. 9/7 3.a-) ...BUKBANK... 9 25 3.57 .tVEKMILLION. 9.05 4 26 ...M1SCKLING... 8.30 4.51 ...GAYVILLB... 8.05 .. .. 5.12 •JAMES RIVKR. 7.43 5.32 SHOPS 7.23 5.S5 Arrive ...t YANKTON... T.SOa.m.L^avt SIOUX CITY & PEMBINA. MOVING WKST MIXED No. 6. MOVL'G EAST STATIONS. MIXED No. 6, .SIOUX C1TV.. ....BExorr gointson 11.15 a. 111. ur'e 7.46 leave CONNECTIONS. 1. At Sioux City with Illinois Central, Sioux City St Pacific, Sioux City & St. Paul and Cov ington and Black Hills railroads. 2. Passenger trains going east connect at Da vis miction with trains toe Ueloit. Four horse stages leave Beloit, on arrival of the train, for Sioux Falls, arriving at Sioux Falls at 8 :30 p. in. 3. At Elk Point with stages lor l'ouca, Neb., and llicliland, Dakota, 4. At Vermillion with stages for Lodi, River side, Turner. Bloomingdale and Finlay. 5. At Meckling with stages for St. GEO. F. WIIKKLOCK, Oin'lSuiitrinUnd't. /tO'nt Illinois Central Railed Shortest Route to Chicago. SIOUX CITYTO CHICAGO Without. faiango,4kf Can Commencing June l, 1878. daily express passenger train will leave Sioux City, Saturdays excepted, on arrival of .train from Yankton. Leave Sioux City at ii.15 p. m. and arrive at Chicago at 3.So p. in. carsruuthrough fromjjipux City to Ohicago.tare. oa sleeping Passengers leaving Chicago, bound west, at 10.00 a. m., via the illinoisOentral railroad, will arrive at Sioux City the next day at 11.30 a An accommodation traln wlll leavii 8iou Omaha, Farnam Street. St Joseph, Third Street. James, Neb., and Swan Lake and Maxwell City, Dakota. 6. At Gavville with stages for St. Helena, Neb., and Smltliland, Dakota. 7. At Yankton with stages for all points in .Northern Nebraska, and Scotland, Mllltown, Olivet. Firestcel, Finlay, ltockport, Mariudalil, Bon Homme, Springfield, etc.. In Dakota and during the season of navigation with the Mis souri ltiver Transportation Compaup's line of elegant Freight and Passenger steamers for all the Upper Missouri, Yellowstone and ig Horn rivers. GEO. E. MERCHANT. a. m. Sioux City at Sioux City at «.45 a. m. Trains going east connect at Chicago with all •trains for Detroit, Cleveland, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash ington, New York, Boston and all parts ol the east. This train conneots at Waterloo with trains on the Cedar Falls and the Minnesota branch, leaving Waterloo at 12.22 a. 111. and arriving at Monaat7.ooa. m., connecting with the Mil waukee and St. Paul railroad trains, and arriv ing at St. Paul at li.3U p. in. and Minneapolis at 6.43 Pi 111 Connections are made at Duliumie with trains on the Illinois Central main line, leaving Dubu que at 6.10 a. m„ arriving at Oaiesliurg at 3.3U p. M.. Peoria, 5.00 u. 111. Buriinkton at 5 40 p. HI., Hock Island at (.3op. m., Qiilncy at 8.40 p. ni. St. l.ouis at 7.ao a. m., and Cairo at 4.10 n. m. Connecting at Cairo with trains for Memphis, Nashville, Vicksburg, Mobile, New Orleans aim all parts of the south. Connections are nuide at Frccport with West ern tjiilon trains, leaving Freeport at l.os p. m. and arriving at ltaclne at r.4B., and MilWukeo at u.14 p. m. Baggage Checked Through To all important points. For through tickets and Information apply at the Illinois Central depot. Trains run by Dubuque time, which Is twenty inlmiUat fattier thau Sioux City. JOHKPII F. TI I.KKIT,Chicago, W. P. JOHNSON, Traffic Manager. 1 A a II. T. WinOUT, Agent, HlouxClty. buits, Ladies' Vests and trimmings. '^^•fzrr~ *.i .' AMETC HUM Now offer* the Lur^t, »ii I Most Coni|l((o Stock of IN THE CITY, prara CASH! A Ghoioe lin6 of DRESS GOODS, Black and Summer Dross Trttamlng 81%||i|l colors, shades and prioes. Large and elegant' assortment of Ladies' SILK TIES, HANDKERCHIEFS, LINEN COLLARS and CUFFS. Ladies' ZEPHTR SHAWLS and SACQUES. Torchon, Brabant and Valencienne Edgings and Insertions. 200 gross Dress Buttons in all new Colors and Shapes. Ladies' Kid Gloves, dressed and undressed, in Illack& Colors. Hosiery, Notions and Corsets in endless variety. Uibbons, in Satin and Gros Grain, all numbers, colors, pricos. AN ELEGANT STOCK OF WHITE GOODS! Piqut, Swiss, Victoria, Lawns, Nainsooks, Barred Muslins, Tarltons, and Lace Curtains. Large Stock of Table Linens, Turkey Damasks, Napkins, Towels and Crashes. .,.A Prints at Five, Six and Seven Cents per Yard. Gingliams, Bleached and Jtrown Muslins, Cottonades, Ducks and Denims, at all prices. Large Stock of Men and Boys' Fur, Wool and Straw Hats, Overalls, Shirts, Socks and Blankets. All Wool Casaimeres and Suitings, in Light and Heavy weights, from Sixty Cents per yard upwards. Best Steamed Goose Feathers, 621-2 Cents per pound. Boots, Shoes, and Clothing, at Cost, to close out stock. Brussels, Ingrain, Stair Carpets, and Oil Cloths, Cheap. Agent for Geo. A. Clatk & Bro's O. N. T. Spool Cotton Belding Bros. & Co's Spool Silk Milward's Helix Needles. Dealers supplied at New York prices. Bring in any Samples you may have from Eastern Houses and compare prices and qualities. SIOUX CITY, Pearl A Fourth Sts. Cloak and Suit Departing. TOOTLE, LIVINGSTON & CO are of fering the latest New York styles in Lailieti' Talmas, Dolmans, Sacks, Circulari*, and Cloaks in diagonal and camel hair cloths, Cashmeres, Drap d'Ete and Silk, Debage, Mohairs ana Bunting combination suits, Cambric and Linen suits, Mohair, Debage, and Linen Ulsters, Broche, Paisley and French Shawls, Lace and Shetland Shawls, Shetland Talmas, the latter entirely new and stylish. Purchasers will find in this depart ment a first-class stock throughout the-sea* son. Black and Colored Silks. Dress Goods Department. TOOTLE, LIVINGSTON & CO. offer the only first-class stock of dreva goods in the city. French and English Suitings 4n new shades, all wool Debages in grey, and tan, light weight for Spring and Summer wear Invisible Plaids, Basket Cloths. Sqa pide Bunting, Black and Fancy Grenadines,' Black aml Colored Caehperes,Alpacas, and Mohair Brilliadtin&in best gotids imported, with our usual line of low and medium priced.grajfts of dress goods, atAp, ,%,-lOc,' 13jk» 15vl«c,-20c, and 25c» Onf dress goods department "alone occii* pies a space of eighty feet, wl|ere we exhibit every fabric produced/by fonrtgn hnd Amer ican looms. Samples mailed to any address. TOOTLE, LIVINGSTON & CO. TOOTLE, LIVINGSTON & CO. bin at, _et'8i uri of^uii Gros'firairi Silks ity anteed, from $1.85, 2.00, 2.25, 2.50 upwards '-.ji -_i 4^% Li. 1 with special bargains in grades at $1.00, JlOHSC TBrillShlllg tfOOflS. 1.2o, 1.35 and 1.50 per yard. Colored Silks I' at 98c, $1 25 and'1.60, |n sll shfcdes, extra' good value. Summer 3 ilka ia a large range of styles, and it prices as Jow'as can be pro- CARPET DEPARTMENT. LACJ8S, Hamburg R. A. KETCHUM, Third Street, Yankton, Dakota. WALL PAPER! -AND- Window Shades -AT- POST OFFICE BOOK STORE. Largest and most Complete Assortm't N. Y. Office, 338 Broadway. Kansas City, Delaware SL Hosiery and Fancy Ooods TOOTLE, LIVINGSTON A CO. are making a largo.display of Ladies', Misses and Children's Hosiery. Particular attention is called to our stock of very fine goods in plain thadcH, Lisle, Silk, Clocked, Embroid ered and open work, from 75c, Sfic, 95c, $1.10, 1.25, 1.50 1.65 up to $3.00 per pair Shell, Pink, Pale plue Cardinal, Molie, Slate and Tan, wltli a tartely of fancy styles. .JLadtesWistts and Children'sColered Silk Mltll in all shades and prices. La dies' Black Mitts, Lace Top Silk and Lisle Gloves. J^id Glores, Iron 2 to 8 button, all shades. New Invoice Parasol*, elegant handles, Pearl, Ivory, Celluloid, Ebony, Liace (Jurtains, zoc, fiOe, 75c, $1.00,1.86 per yard. Opaque Window Shades, in brown, drab, piode, tan, green and blue at low prices. We call particular attcntion to our new Dado Window Shades, in parlor and sitting room stylee—the most -elegfcnt shade ever pflered to the trade. Cretons, Kep, Chintz hnd Damask. Table llnent -ice Stylus TaiM-stry We.oiicuJJilsday new "'1 choice »tylu TaiH'itry Urn win Carpel* at 5c, (Be and ll.no nreu stTli-« to «Hct front. l/twiTtl Rtlnt HuiMtr KradiM in cntli *tn II««et from. I/IWITII KUK» per vara." mvot one nnnnren styles to VHdet fronf. l^wTir Rtlra HuiMtr vanf'YhK elcfantparl Tapestry and Vel CUillm lliiiMicli. n."".'" :,m«a SUUIIIK. I.ini-n anu roil riimli Clillis. Floor Oil VCVha.rraTlll Sml tlli52"? Si""',11 r,irl'-t will r»p*y. «lrj»arlmoui iiniwuny aUmcUvn. UIHI A vUlf of 45c, 50c, 60c, 05c, 75c, 85, $1.00,1.15,1.25,1.50,1.75,2.00 and 2.50 per yard. Nftpklas. 65c, 75c, 85c, 95d,$1.00, 1.25 1 50, 1.75, 2.00, 2.50, 3.00, 4.00, 5.00, 6.00 and 8.50 per doz. owe Is in over one hundred diflTerent grades, from GOc to $20.00 per dozen, in cluding Initial Towels, woven and knotted fripyes, with exceedingly handsome borders MPM Sheeting, ^Pillow Muslins, Doable Widtn* Shefrtlntt*, Table arid Sthtitl Cove I'iana Ckivers, Turkey Dainaaks, forming the largest stock ever shown by nny firm in the west. ttapnr uraditii in euUrely new rRif pati I'fni nt Si ,«n mt 'italr and llali Cnrpotx. Ktalr and llali f'nrpt.i. p»l» i. Sl.ir llodt, W«ck unw|tuUIPd- prtee low. TOOTLE, LIVINGSTON A CO.