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Pain Is a blMalaff. J^il£Sm£L,i}!!Ue' Whenever the bowels Beeome 'r»K"»*r Ttiwmr« it will xave much €777 ,,s" RS^5^by^,5eriburden ,,r^5%« sometimes is so outraged tlie site la made to otrryi •, through tncJioedleMntn oi her«hll^M&*»S« "P*,®1? ««hels,and pimlth fearfully. Don't neRleet the proper treat ment when the symptoms Brat appear. Retort to the aperient, and get well speedllv. LOUIS JUAW8CHOOL. IW PiyiWimt •MiUMtHk. St ••Initlon. Tall •tutam iMM NT.e HIT Am TH..S SEND TA'F. G. RICH fc Co.. Portland, Maine, for be.it Agency Business In the Expensive outfit tree'* mMAINS.World.expenses a Month and guaranteed to. Agents. Outfit free. SIIAW & Co.. Au OUHTA. A. YBAR and expenses to agents. Out- 911 lat Free. Address F. O. VIOKKBV. Augusta, Maine. Advertisement ft VjjFJSKSJiTftS Sio. Send loe for loo page pamphlet. 1'. ROWELL. & CO.. N. Y. GEO. P. BOWEZX &CO. Newspaper Advertising Bureau. For Ten Cents One hundred page Paaphlet with Lists of Newspapers and Advertising Rates. For Ten Dollars: Four lines insert ed one week in Three Hundred and Fifty Newspapers. 10 Spruce St. N. Y. BANKS THE FIRST NATIONAL Bank of Yankton Viaaaetal Agent of the United State* Approved Depositary for Disbursing Officers JAMBS C. MoVAY, President W. H. McVAY. CASBIKK. Drafts bought and sold. Collections made and promptly remitted for. A N O N A N EDMUNDS & WYNN. Bankers. Yankton, .... Dakota DO A GKNERAL Banking, Collection*, Loan BU#HK*8 Thesams as National Banks. Buy andsell exchange on the principal cities of the United States and Europe. Special tio paid to collections and remitted for House. lat Invariably on Day of Payment. Will loan money, pay taxes and sell real estate for non-residents, on favorable terms. Agents lor reliable Insurance Companies, and iusun property on terms favorable. STAGES Yankton & Sioux Falls PAILY STAGE, Mail and JBgproga Aloe., The Shortest, Best andCheapest Line SIOUX FALLS. The route lies over the Anestseetlon of South v.n„i??kot& ttIld ia»wallirouKh YANKTON Ofioe. the counties of sneaftaftg?** Office at American KXDMM SIOUX FALLS offioe at the Cataract IB PwwXtoi. Dakota Cntral STAGE LINE, NUNKCMOFF a MMM, Pieptslsrs. ,.Th« stamsof thl* line run from Yankton to. nu LeMemlle, Odessa, Scotland. Maxwell! Olivet WhiterbutK. MHUOWM, liartella, Rook, port. Rmedale and Flresteel lu fifteen hours, leaving Yankton each morning at four o'clock! S&3¥« trlP,'5 "wle each day. leaving Fire- swei at four o'clock a. m. and reaching Yankton M.apveo p. m. HORSES CHANGED EVERY TEN MILES Passenger and Express Gooda Carried at Reft* eonabjejlatea. ft POWDER ills resulting.from —Commended GROCERIES. Blatt & Buerdorf Wholesale and Retail DIATilM STAPLE AND FANCY O E I E S BROADWAY. YANKTON. DAKOTA PROFE88IONAL. OLIVER SHANNON. DU.JU. CIIAS. A. K.NOKL SHANNON & ENGEL, LAW OFFICE, YANKTON, DAKOTA. Foreign correspondence, collections for immi grants aud settlement of home matters for for eigners made A specially. Real estate business before the land office par ticularly attended to. Collections made throughout the territory and northern Nebraska, by special agency, and all law business promptly attended to. EXCELSIOR. DRUG STORE MILLS & FURD? AUD iiAA ir!V' THIRD .STREET, YanfetOA* *. ft* b- JDekota oaAtiWta IN 213. ntj.: y' DRUGS it Books and Fancy Articles IN TKJi WEST. 9 'S ••••.- ...- Headlight Oil, the Beat in tbe Market gfc* ilitt grew wd 91M1U1 YANKTON DAKOTA Tuesday Evening, August 12,1«79. SUCK MILLS MOTS. The dally Pioneer of Deadwood has smatled." Tobacco SIO,078 87. It la 2,000 Deadwood this indigestible food, wholesomeness New York. forpurifir and wholei Jy uTe Ooverament CJuenH^. 1^. Mott. ROYAL BAKING POWDKll CO., Nc lis Galena ing $80,000 "en- raiting is proving a Good quartz lead* great sue cess in the LIUls. litpld Oily markcU are well supplied with all kinds of vegetable*. have lately been found on Slat* creek, near Oaxelton. Dead wood claims that Its brick blocks are "so to speak" houses built of gold. The Cppgregatiooallite at Central City hold their services In Lsngrlshe's dew season. It is estimate that thea tre building. The totalamount of not standing indebted oess of PMfftlifglon county to July 1st waa aeld to be a fact that no lets than blooded cbickene will be hatched in 2,000,000 brick, would be used In Deadwood this present season were they to lie bad. An attempt wag made to barn Sturgt* City, located iu the northern foot hilla, short time ago but was discovered and ex tinguished in iucipiency. It waa un doubtedly the workol an incendiary. is conlns to the front as csmp. Mr. Floorman, It is a min manager of the Florence mine, has put a great amount of work on tbe mine. The mill when com pleted will coat $80,000. There is now worth of ore ready for mill. Deadwood Times: Probably bo young man in Deadwood can actually protect his girl from lightning by holding her on his lap with the lights turned down in tbe par lor but overs dozen tried It tbe other night, and tbe girls felt Just as safe as coulu be, too. Lead City Enterprise: We took a look to-day at the Golden Star railroad, over which the diminutive locomotive is to draw ore from tbe mines to tbe Golden Blar mill. built after tbe style of tbe narrow guage. The ties sre 6x6, about five feet long, and laid about a foot and a half apart. The trestle work from tbe bill side to the mill is very solidly built, and is cap able of sustaining several tons weight. THOSE USEFUL CONDUITS. The kidneys and bladder, sometimes be come torpid and weak from unascertainable causes. When this occurs, their discharg ing function is of necessity very imperfectly performed, and certain debris, which is the result of natural bodily waste and decay, does not escape as it seould, but remains to corrupt the blood and develope poisonous humors and dangerous as well as painful diseases. It is one of the beneficient effects, of llostetter's Stomach Bitters to gently stimulate the urinary organs, and prevent them from lapsing into a state of inactivity, always provocative of their in6ammatory degeneration and decay. How much better then, is it to adopt this mild diuretic as a means of inticing them to action, than to incur the danger of this destruction. To expel from the system waste matter through the bowels and kidneys, and to regulate and arouse the stomach and liver, are among the chief uses of this valuable remedy. What is the use of gumming it when Dr Dix, at his office in Sawyer's block is in serting the BEST QUALITY of artificial teeth *A fifteen dollars per let, reports ry notwithstanding. to the contra Mills A Purdy have in stock anew lot of Oil curtains, fringe and tassels to match. THE Chicago & North-Western A I W A IS THE Oldest, Best Constructed, Most Progres sive, Best Equipped, BKKCK THE Most Reliable Railway Corporation Of the Great West. It is to-day, aud will long remain the Tt embraces under one Management 2,158 MILES OF ROAD And forms the following Trunk Lines: Chioato, Condi Bfeft Ctllfcnii Lbs, CUesic, Bnx Oity Ttskte List, CMngo, Clistea, Sibtfie Ls Croui List, CUcsgo, frnpert I Sstagu Lias, CUMge, Ls Crens, Wisoas lOaMicts Liae, eUcate. 8t. hil I Ktantpilli Lias, CLicifo. Hilwnkss Lsks SsfsttoUas, CUcsje, Srsss 8*j SsiqtstU Uas. V/ I i' A i. Nvi The advantages of these Lines are 1. II the pamenger Is going to or from any point in the entire West and Nortli-West, he can buy his tickets via some one of this Company's lines and be sure of reaching his destination BV IT OK ITS COMMKCTIOLFS. L..2' J'1® greiHer part of iu lines are laid with Bteel Kails its road bed ls perfect. points1 short line between all important 4. Its trains are equipped with tlie Westing house Air Brake. Miller's Platform and Couplers aud tbe latest improvements for comfort, safety and convenience ». It Is the only Koad in the West running the celebrated Pullmau Hotel Cars between Chicago aud Couuelt Bluffs. 6. It Is the only Road running the Pullman Palace Weeping Cars either way between .^Chicago sad St Psuj^&sen Bsr, Fraspeit, la Cross* 7. No road offers euual facilities In number of through tra'ns, equipped with Pullman Pal ace sleeping Cars. 8 It makes connections with all lines crossing at intermediate poiuts. The popularity of these lines is steadily In creasing and passengers should consult their In terest ly purchasing tickets la this lUie. Tickets over this route are sold by all Coupon Ticket Agents In the United States and Canaias. Keniwiiber, you ask for your Tickets via the Chicago A- North-Western Hallway, and take •ene other. For information. Folders, Maps, *e., not ob tainable at llonie Ticket OlBce, address any agent ot the Company or «. Nr SICMKTT, MUSTANG A rtwu MKftlCIIB TSAT IU IUIU HIUIMI MSftti mm nminsnRumiR A BALM TOI 1TUV WOtmp OF MAM AXD OTAKT! THEOLOOTftiatU«itlft BVU HACK nr AHBMCA. BAUBLABtiteLTHASEVEft. The Mexlean Mustang Liniment has been known for more than thirty-five yean as the best or all Llnlmenu, for Man and lleast. Its sales to-day are larger than ever. It cures when 411 others Call, and penetrates akin, tendon and muscle, to the very bone, Sold everywhere. WINES AND LIQUORS. THE OLDEST LIQUOR HOUSE I IN THB NOBTUWKSTt Adler & Ohlman WHOLESALE Liquor Dealers, YANKTON, DAKOTA. Keep constantly on hand tbe following brands of Uqaora: McBrayer*s, Taylor's, Shawhan, Anderson County, Monock and Cattle Rock Kentucky Whiskies! —Also. Oar Favorite— MIIALIEB, OOLD SPRING, BLUE OBA8S, BOYD, ftc., to. Which we are selling at very low prices. Also, a lull stock of Imported Wines and Liquors. The largest stock of I A S Ever brought to tbe Territory. Seidenberg** Key West a specialty. Sole agents for Schlitz's Milwaukee Beer By tbe Keg and Case. In fact everything usually kept in a first class liquor store. We_are prepared to fill orders for any quanti es, Li ever before. ty of Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Tobaccos, and guarantee satisfaction, and at prices lower than ADLER & OHLMAN. J. PARKER HAYWARD SEAL ESTATE AND LOAN BROKER Notary Public—Third Street PORK PACKERS. JAS. E. B00GE & CO., a —AjfD— JOBBERS OF PROVISIONS. Keep constantly on hand, and for sale to tbe Trade, a large supply of plain and canvassed Smoked Meats, and Meats in dry salt. Lard and Mess Pork. Fiae Haas and Breakfast Bacoa A Specialty. Oar. 5th & Water Sta. P. O. Lock Box Q, SIOUX CITY. IOWA. THE PRESS AND DA OTA I AN JOB AND BOOK Printing Establishment Pamphlet Printing a Specialty BLANK FORMS FOB Timber Culture Entry, Homestead Entrys, Homestead Flual Proofs, Soldier's Discharge, Soldiers Power oi Attorney, Protest Papers, Naturalization Papers, Marriage Certificates, (According to Dakota Statutes), Schoei District Books and Blanks, (Copy right), Eureka School Register, pronounced the most perfect of any register published, compiled from the School law ef 1879, District Court Blanks. (ISO forms). Justice* of the Peace Blanks, (so forms). Deeds, Mortgage* Quit Claims, Leaem. Chattel Mortgagee. Bondi lor Dead, Mort gage Discharge and Assignment, and all kinds of eonveyaneing papers. SlierlfT's Deetfe, Reports and Certificate*, a full assortment. Township Plat* and Shipping Bills. All blanks vwd by Lawyers Uad Ageais. Locators. Clerks of Court, Justices, shestls and Gleigyinen. kept In stock. 5 Catalogue by nsaU on application. Yankton, Daketa ftmEry, GOOD BOOKS *•••.' torto* •*$ |Ftriii, 'B»rden, iMIlWitfftd. Tke Mtowiaf falsaMe «Mka \*WU capylM tbs Mm 4f| ttt mn 4 Dakotala*. tKj wm lor Weks sMrc win of ihesc IK IPOST-PilD iirect lo aajr Irsalsrsoa rscoHK «f KM rsgalalr AlMt (iZ. L. ic h. K) A'es imrieos Far4 I JiOOk ......... .....a.a....... »....a,.t2 I Allen'i (L. F.) American Cattle .... 2 E 1 Allen'i (R. L.) Ameriian Fbrm Btitk.J'l I Allen'» (Jt. L.) Rural Arekiteetmre 1 lien's (Jl. L.) lH»ea»es of Domettie Animalt..... 1 Amateur Trappert arid Trap Maker Guide, pa., Vie. bdt I Amerieem Bird Fancier American Bote Culturut *»••••?•••••••••fee Downinjfs Landscape Gardening Fields Pear Culture French's Farm Drainage Pullet's Grape CulturiM Fuller's Small Fruit Culturist Fulton'* Peach Culture 1 American Weedtand Utrfvl P!an(«...„. itiiurban Xfousfai 1 Alwoodt Country and St Baker's Practical and Scientific Fruit Culture I Barret Fruit Garden I Bemenfs Babbit Fancier 1 Bommei's Method of Making Manures. Boutringavlt'i Rural Fctinom/ Bracket* Farm TaUt, paper, 5®ets. cloth Breeds New Book of Flower* BriWs Farm- Gardening and Seed-Grow- Buisfs Family Kitchen Gardener Burnt1 Illustrated Drawing Book Charlton's Grape-Grower's Guide 1 00 Broom-Qtrn and Broome, paper 90 etc. dfiiH................................ Brown's Taxidermists Manual.. Bruckner's American Manures., Buets Cider-Make?s Manual.. Buisfs Flower-Garden Directory 76 1 00 1 50 1 50 1 50 1 00 Burgee1 American Kennel arid Sporting Field.........* ............................... 3 Q0 Burnham's New Poultry Book Burns' Architectural Draining Book.... 1 00 1 00 Burns' Ornamental Drawing Book...:.. 1 00 Caldmdts Agricultural Chemical Anal ysis 2 Q0 Canary Birds. Paper 50 cts. Cloth Coleman's Pathological Horse Shoeing... OoMs American Fruit Book... Gale's American Veterinarian. Cooked and Cooking Food for Domestic Animals Cool's Manuel of the Apiary Corbetts Poultry Yard and Market^pa per 50 els. cloth Da/UTs Modern Horse Doctor, 12mo Dadd?s American CaUle Doctor, 12mo.. DadiUs American Cu'tle Doctor, 8vo., cloth 75 75 Clevelands Landscape Architecture 1 Cobbett's American Gardener Coburn's Swine Husbandry DadfTs American Reformed Horse Book, ivo, cloth 50 75 1 75 Gardner's Carriage Painter^ Manual... Gardner's How to Paint Geyelin's Poultry Breeding Grants Beet Boot Sugar Gregory on Cabbages 00 2 75 75 20 30 75 50 50 2 50 2 50 Dana's Muck Manual 1 25 DtVods Market Assistant 2 50 50 Downing* Rural Essays 6 Dayer'* Horse Book 3 Eastwood on Cranberry Eggleston's End of the World....* 1 EgglesUm's Hoosier School-Master 1 Eggleston's Mystery of MetropolisrHU... 1 EgglesUm's (Geo. C.) A Man of Honor 1 Elliotts Hand Book for Fruit Growers. paper 60 cts. cloth 1 00 Elliotts Hand Book of Practical Land scape Gardening Plant 1 HelmsUy's Hardy Trees, Shrub*, and Plants 7 Henderson's Gardening for Pleasure 1 Henderson's Gardening for Profit 1 Henderson's Practical Floriculture 1 Herbert's Hints to Horse Keepers 1 Hoi den's Book of Birds -paper, 25c. dot 50 Hooper's Dog and Gvn..papcr, 30e/ doth €0 Hooper'* Book of Evergreens 3 00 Hop Culture. By nine experienced cul tivators 30 Howard?3 Grasses and Forage Plants at the South 30 How I made $350 a Year by my Bees.. 25 How to Make Candy 50 Hunter and Ihipper 1 00 Hussetf* Home Building 5 00 Jennings on Cattle and their Diseases... 1 75 Jennings. Horse Training Made Easy I 28 Jennings on the Hone and his Disease*„ 1 75 Jennings on' Sheep, Swine aud Poultry 1 75 Jersey, Alderney, and Guernsey Cone 1 50 John Andross (Rebecca Harding Davis) 1 50 /oftftson's How Crops Feed 2 0d Johnton't How Crops Grow 2 00 Johnson's Peat and its Uses 1 25 Johnson's Anricultural Chemistry 1 75 Johnson's Elements of Agricultural Chemistry 1 50 King'* Beekeeperrf Tea Book...paper, 40c cloth •*•**••*•«e*«*•*••••••••• i5 r* TFfteof Plant fs VUltj/e and Country Homes.. Guide TUti, MMi Omt (W ttrruUm uitm* Vte OOnL:.. inn'* Pear Cultur* for J'rofit She rait Tamer BeguUrf llural Affair*, bound, priest which Is aasMd agalistfachl jUfitier ef hurai ^/ur* tVtnsV. Village Farm/. (0 glummer'* VatpmUr'* and BuHier*' Guide I QO Potato Culture (Prur Exvig) 25 Mr* Otfpiii (.J.'Buten Cook) Ut Ml/MehetjafIke Ktepint/.... 1 W Ton. Jotlnh) on fiotttng Cattle 2.1 I 0 'iWt Fme Wool Shetp llu+andry Ban/fall* Bbtep U'uiMnJbry Bareg and KtuncUon'* Complete Harm 1 (HI I '.'(I 1 so 7 1 T^arAwnjon One Dog -pnper. 30c. drj(h. Aflety's Potato Petit paper, Wets Bicers'*'Miniature Fruit Garden.... Boe'$ Manual on Hit Culture of Small Frutt* Roe'* Tiny and Profit in mvOarden.. 1 Samuels' Bird* of New England and Adjacent tjtate* Saunders'* Domestic Poultry .rrnner of*",?®# Schencks Gardener's Tett-Book Schley's American Partridge and Pheasant Shooting Shooting on the Wing Skillful Housewife Starr's "Forest and Stream" Hand Wrights Brahma Fowl Wright PraeHoal PouUro-lcecpt Youatt and Spooner on the Horse.. Youatt ond Martin on Cattle. Youatt and Martin on the Hog... Youatt on Sheep.. 1 50 Elliotts Western Fruit Growers Guide 1 50 Enfields Indian Com 1 00 Every Horse Owner's Cyclopedia 3 75 Famous Horses of America Youatt on the Don 1 50 1 25 Flaxl Culture. [%ccn Prise Essays by practical grotcers.~] 30 Flint (Charles L.) on Grasses 2 50 1 50 Fuller's Illustrated Strwberry Culturist. 1 50 20 1 50 1 50 1 00 1 00 1 25 1 25 30 Gregory on Carrots, Mangold Wurtzels, etc 30 Gregory on Onion Raiting. Gregory on Squashes.. Guenon on MUch Cows Harlan's Farmino with Gften Mdnurts Harritf Insects IryvHes to Vegetation. Plain #4 Colored Engravings 5 Harris on the Pig. 1 Hazard?e Butter and Butter Making.... Hedges' on Sorgho or the Northern Sugar 30 30 76 50 1 1 How to Build H6t-Houscs '1 Loring's Farm Yard Club of Jotham 3 Lorwfs Cotton CWtare Maynard* Naturalists Guide Miles onthe Hone'* Foot MeCture* American Gentleman's Stable McCturJ* Disease* of the Am. Hon* Cattle Jk Sheep Mohr on the Grape-Vine Mrs. Camdlius'* Young Housekuper'* Frtend.... .......................m..m..... My l^eyard at Lakeview, NichoTs Chemistry of the Farm and Sta............w.............................. NorrV American Fish Culture... Norton's Scimtifr ajyrfeilwi Onions—How la Raise them Profitably Oar Farm of Four Acre* 30c cML. Parde* en Strawberry Culture.. Arsons oa the Rom Poi*m*tM*iMomuror Pkin's Bow to Urn ihtMiaroocopt 1 00 2 00 1 00 60 25 25 75 75 75 80 SO (A no 7.1 ft) GU 4 00 75 75 2 «0 Book for Riflemen Stewarts American Farmer's Horse Book.............. Stewart's Irrigation for the Farm, 75 75 50 3 00 Garden, and Oreltard.'. 1 50 Stewart's Shepherd's Manual 50 Stewart'* Son/hum and its Products.. 1 50 Stewart* Stable Book. I 50 Stoddard!* An Egg Farm... .paper. 5dels. cloth 75 Storwhenge on the Dog. ...•••• 3 Slonehenge on the Horse in Stable db Field, Eng. Ed. 8eo Tegetmeier's PottUrp Book 2 00 75 3 Stonehenge on the Horse in Stable & Field Am. Ed. \2mo 2 50 00 9 00 The Rifle It* Theory and Practice.50 Thomas American Fruit Cidturis New Ed 75 Thomas'* Farm Implements and Machi nery ......... 1 50 Thompson's Food ef Animalt 1 00 Tim Bunker Papers or. Yankee Farming 50 Tobacco Oidture. By fourteen experi enced cultivators 25 Turner's OMm Planter'* Manual.".1 5n Vick$ Flower and Vegetable Garden V*peruSOcte. do., ,\i 00 ri/fe* Chemical Manures 50 Warder's Hedges and Beet-greens.. 1 50 Waring Draining for Profit and Health 50 Waring's Earth Closets art Earth Sewage., TTomj-s Elemmts ef Agricijiirc.... 'Taring's formers' Vacation Waring' 8 Handy-Book of Husbandry, 8tx edition™. Waringj Sanitary Condition in City & 50 1 00 3 00 2 50 Country Houses Warinrfs Sanitary Drainage of Houses and Town* WjC'V4 Village Improvements and 50 2 00 75 Weidenmann's Beautifying Country Homes. A superb quarto volume. 24 iUhograph plate*, in colors 15 00 Whites Cranberry Culture 1 25 Wh itfs Gardening for the Smith 2 00 Woodruff Trotting Horse of America '2 50 2 50 2 00 1 50 1 5C 1 00 1 00 2 50 Illinois Central Railed Shortest Koute to Chicago. 8I0VX ClTYTo CHICAGO Without Change of Cars 1 Commencing June 1, 1878. A daily express passenger train will leave Sioux City, Saturdays excepted, on arrival of train from 1 ankton. Leave Sioux City at 2.15 p. m. and arrive at Chieago at 3.2o p. m. Sleeping cars run through from Sioux City to hicago, fare, S2.S0 on sleeping car. Passengers leaving Chicago, bonnd we.-t. at Illinois Central railroad, will 10.00 a. m.. via the 1 arrive at Sioux Cltv the next day at 11.30 a. 111. An accommodation train Will leave Sioux Cltv dally, except Sundays at 6.00 D. m.. connecting with through passenger train at Ft. Dodge. Passengers leaving Chicauo at (.30 p. m. arrive at Sioux City at 6.45 a m.' Trains going east connect at ClUcago with atl trains for Detroit. Cleveland, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Pittsburg. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash ington, New York, Boston and all parts ot the east. This train conneots' at .Waterloo with trains on the Cedar Falls and the Minnesota branch, leaving Waterloo at 13.3 a. m. and arriving at Mona at 7.00 a. 111., connecting with tbe Mil waukee and St. Paul railroad trains, and arriv ing at St. Paul at 6.S6 p. m. and Minneapolis at 6.43 p. m. Connexions are made at1 Dubuque with trains on the Illinois Central luaiu llue. leaving Dubu que at 6.10 a. m„ arriving at Galesburg at 3 so i. m., Peoria, &00 n.m: Burlinfcton at 5 4a p. in Rock Island at 6.3o p. m., Quincy at S.40 p. 111., St. Louis at 7.30 a. m.. and Cairo at4.ro a. m. Connectiugat Cairo with trains for Memplii. Hashvllle, Vlclcsburj Moblle/Iie* Orleans and allparta of the south: Connections are made at Freeport with West ern Union trains, leaving Freeport At 1.05 p, ni. and arriving at ittlcine at 5.45., and Milwaukee at 6.14 p. m. Baggage CheelrriG Throut .ISall important points. For through tickets :ind information applv at tke intaols Central-drpot. Trains run by Dubiuitie time, which is twenty minutes faster than Sfoux City. JOSEPH F. TUCKKU, Chsearb. W. P. JOHSSOJC, Truffle Manager. Gen'l Passonger Ageiit. ohtengn. H. T.WltlOHT. Agent.Siouxl^tv. J. E. BRUCE & CO., Wholesale and Retail Fealers in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS? Wines, Liquors & Cigars. CM*. CAPITAL aad TUtf-Ste., Yankton ... Dakota LIVERY. THE BRADLY Livery and Sale -STABLE.— PETBft 1 00 109 76 8TSFFEN, WALNUT ITRIR, toft. Yaakton, Prop'r. a tikmiCT Dakota.