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It s. \i 1\ I ft ,r !g to *i fc It f. U" ®w galty and gxlrtsixti. YANKTON, DAKOTA. Tuesday Evening, August 12,1S79 GOOD CLOTHES FOR QENTLEMEN. P. Caviller hu just received stock of English, Scotch and American worsteds, broadcloth and casimeres which an the perfection of the mannfactnring art. These V'-f goods are pat op In patterns (torn which suits can be made to order, and Cavalier's W well known reputation as a cutter and clothier will induce everyone who wishes 1 to make a good appearance to call and pre vail on him to fit them out with aulta from thia late invoice. They are the fluest and .. moat desirable that ever came to Yankton. 1 LOCAL LACONICS. y*l ll^ Maximum temperature, 78° minimum, 57°. The brick work on Bruce'a new house is completed. Adler& Ohlman have the handsomest delivery wagon in town. Prairie chickens may be lawfully shot in Dakota on and after next Friday. Capt. Lavender has decided to start a branch store at Maxwell.* He will send out the first load of goods to-morrow. Baptist socisl meeting to-morrow (Wed nesday) evening at the residence of Judge West Locust street, between Fifth and Sixth. All are invited. D. W. Shannon & Co., have secured the services of Mr. Felner, of Cbicsgo, an ex perienced piano tuner, to attend to the wants of their Yankton and country custom ers. The. turn verein festival at Koontz's beer garden last evening was a success socially and financially. Everything was quiet, and the affair was well patronized by many leading citizens of the city. The question which now naturally arises is, does civil service order number one, pro hibiting federal officials from attending political meetings, prevent them from going to the beer garden on big occasions. Postmaster Howard has in his possession the plans of a two thousand dollar outfit for the Yankton poatoffice which he procured last winter when it was thought the Mil waukee road was steering for Yankton He may use it'yet. The atmosphere to-day is full of smoke and the general appearance Is that of In dian summer. If it was the 15th we would attribute the haziness of the atmosphere to the smoke from huntsmen's shot guns, but the smoke is entirely too dense to be pro duced by snipe hunters. Jenkinaon was around last evening with something large, round and green under his arm. He remarked that we might gladden the hearts of our medicine men with the announcement that melons were ready to cut. Some of them got away from Jenkinaon while he was in our office. The weather indications for the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys are: Local rains and partly cloudy weather, sta tionary or a slight fall in temperature and variable winds, mostly from northwest to southwest, and stationary or slowly rising barometer. The Ohio river will fall slowly. Upon Hon. S. L. Spink devolves the du ty of providing provisions for General Hill's excursionists from Yankton west ward up the Niobrara, Mr. Spink feela the responsibility of his position and is msking great exertions to establish a reputation as a caterer. He has already ordered three or four pounds of crackers and a barrel of Missouri riyer water and is hesitating be tween a link of bologna sausage and a pound of jerked venison. A Russian team, fatigued by the bewil derments of a city visit, started for home on their own responsibility and on a dead run daring the early dusk of last evening. It is presumed that they reached their des tination, as they were making good time when last seen and were closely pursued by their owner, who was stretching his legs as wide apart as the baggy cut of his pantaloons would permit and at every jump ejaculating something in a foreign language which sounded like wboadamyou. For some years past Lake Andes, a body of water three miles long and a mile and a half wide, located about ten miles north of White Swan, has been the favorite resort of duck hunters from the Indian agencies and garrisons thereabouts. About the time that young ducks were ripe it has been the habit of sportsmen to rally 'round Lake Andes and put in a few days of recreation, which always brought big returns. In accordance with this annual custom, Lieutenant Smith and Lieutenant Carrington, of FortBandall, outfitted themselves, a week or two ago, and started for the lake, supplied with guns ammunition, a boat and the necessary camp eqaijHUge. On their arrival at the old stamp ing ground, they were bewildered wiih as tonishment to discover that the lake had entirely dinpifeaKd, -leaving nothing but its deep, dry basin, which was entirely bar ren of. ducks or dock lings. Their brother officers are disposed to call this a fair sort of a joke on Smith anil Carrington, but the enquiring scientific mind will no a step fur ther and ask what's become of the lake 7 Crab Apples, at BLAJT & BCEBDOBF'S. Milwaukee lager beer and lunch at Frank C!ochrane's. Something entirely new in the shape of collars and cults. Water proof linen, at Wise Bros. Mason's fruit jars, for sale at O. Hage's. Money to loan on one to five ^ars time C. J. B. HABBIS. Money to losn on approved security. Ap ply to G. W. Roberto. FROM FORT RANDALL (ft?, Aiietker Musical Entertain* ment—Injwattee t* Soldiers In tke Selee tlfit Candidate* for Lleutenanelea- •urtM* OOM1». Editors Press and Dakotaian ••*«tt Saidall, D. T.,'August 8,1879.— Not the least satisfactory of our evening oenoerta was given by our beautiftil band laat evening, under the leadership of our band master, Prof. W. Smith and lb, Ch. Deibl. The programme was as follows Grand March—The Soldiers of Future, by JBeaeb. Solo and Chorus from Opera—Verd Twilight Waltaes—Faust. Selection—Hugenots—Mixed Candy, by Graywood. .. ... Telegraph Gallop. Prof. Smith evoked the most beautiful melody from his cornet and fairly brought out all the boys from their bunks. A repe tition of the "Mixed Candy" was loudly called for, but owing to the length of the programme the professor was obliged to de cline, much to the regret of his large audience. Social life at Randall is lonesome at present. Almost all the fair sex are anti cipating a departure. Nevertheless here and there during the evening concerts one can see some blonds promenading and admiring the boys with the white stripe. Indeed their attention is so concentrated on the group that they are often interrupted by the sentinel of post number one—"Get out of the grass." Our beauties here are dressed in the most attractive styles and in accordance with the latest Parisian modes. If I was a connois seur I should attempt a more elaborate deecription, but my knowledge of thoee •flairs extends no further than I have already given. I heard aereral times the honorable Mr. Deihl talk about polonaises cut biased, with diagonal fronts, with tulle and cresses and bias pleatings, but it is all French to me. I had the pleasure of meeting your repor ter while at Randall. Although he admits that he is a Jack-of-all-trades, I go further by saying that he is a gentleman with hon esty and generality in the lead. May his shadow bulge out until it reflects a million' aire, a member of congress, a cabinet minis ter or an Elk Point alderman. He left us Wednesday evening taking a hearty leave with sincere regret of his moat excellent friends. He felt gratified to the utmost with his trip on the Missouri and promised to visit us before long. Our poet is at present awaiting the arrival of Colonel Shafter. The number of children at the post has been increased by the birth of a little Jau del. I he ml some one say that it weighs 52 pounds. Blessed be his parents. The poet garden is at present under the supervision of our short friend across the way. He finds it quite a change but he has been compelled to resign his former position, much to the regret of the public. I see by your paper that thirty-seven 2nd lieutenants are to be appointed from civil life. This is an injustice done to many of our boys here, who have applied for a com mission and whose application has not been noticed. I heard some one say a few days since that he' believed himself more quali fied to be an officer than any of those expecting to be examined. They leave their homes without knowing much of the hard ahipa and irksome life before them, and when the true inwardness of it will dawn upon them, they will do as Artemus Ward did when drafted—resign. TENTS, WAGON COVERS AND HAMMOCKS. Just received from "the Missouri Tent and Awning company.St. Louis, Mo.," a full assortment of wall and wedge tents, also wagon covers and hammocks, and for sale cheap, corner of Third and Broadway by L. D. Parmer. Celluolold collars and cuffs at Wise Bros. No washing required. The place to get your money's worth is the TivAli saloon, where you find the coolest Milwaukee Lager. Beer on draught, and a fine free lunch every morning from 9 to 11:30., and Saturday nights from 9 to 11:30 P.M. if" The mayor and city council shall, as a board of equalization, bold a aession of at least two daya-commencing on '.he third Monday hi AngutVannoa) ly at ten o'clock a. m. mid continuing until four o'clock p. m., each day while lit session, and ahall continue from day to day, aa long as they may deem necessary for the purpose of cor recting the assessment roll or the city, and daring the aittlng of said board, any person foellng agnrlered bv anything In the assess ment roll may apply to the board for the correction of any supposed error in the list Injfor valuation xu ihe property therein enumerated, or omitted, either real or per sonal. In accordanoe with the above require ments the council will alt aa a board of equalization commencing on Monday, Aug uat 18th. AH persons interested ahould take notice and be prepared with their I grievances if they have any to present. The council will. probably, endeavor to get through with the business aa soon as possi ble, consequently persons having anything to present should be prepared to do so on on the first day. of the meeting. English, Scotch and American suitings at HACKER & GREBE. M. Bodden and G. MAMMA. f.. D. PARMER, 3rd and Broadway, fa constantly receiving foods from New York, which enables him to keep his stock fully assorted with new foods the season through,and at as low prices as can be had west oif Chicago. Give him a call' GEN. HILL'S EXCURSION. The Chicago Times of the 9'.h inst. says that Gen. G. D. Hill, secretary of the Mis souri and Niobrara Valley railroad, whose home is in Washington, was in Cbicsgo on that date, en route to Yankton, to take charge of a party of excursionists who pur pose starting from there about the 15th lnst. The Missouri and Niobrara railroad the Times says. Is what ia recognized in the law of congress as the northern branch of the Union Pacific. The scheme has been in a dormant state' for a good many years, but an attempt Is being made to re vive it. Its projectors claim that if the road should be constructed to a junction with the Union Pacifio at Cheyenne, or at some point farther west, it will shorten the distance between Chicago and the mining regions at least one hundred and fifty miles' They undertake to show that the enter prise Is of great importance to Chicago The excursionists who are to rendezvous at Yankton, se says the Times will traverse by teams over the surveyed line of the pro posed rail route. A number of the excur sionists an capitalists who think of putting money into the scheme. W: -5 The finest stock of Woolens in the north HACKEB AGKBE. 'M '4- 1E. *i «. f. &*! k'fj. EQUALIZATION, Board of The Cltjr Council to Sit as IfiallHtlsa. By provisioea oCthe chsrter and ord! fjnoeiof the city the oouacli is required to for "at least'two day a as board of equal izatlon, the aaid sitting to commence on the third Monday la August In each year. Sec tion 8 of chapter 8 of the city ordinances, bearing upon thia matter reads as follows: PERSONAL r. Citv was in C. D. Woolworth of Sioux town last night. C. T. McCoy, of Bon Homme, was in Yankton last evening. J/R. Gamble returned last night from his summer's vacation in Wisconsin. Engineer Dunbar of the Milwaukee road will leave for Springfield in the morning. A. J. Sweetser arrived from Sioux Falls last evening. He is stopping at the Jencks. John E. Maxwell ia In town to day. He says the iron on the Milwaukee road will be laid to the junction to-night. Rev. E. R. Richardson returned last eve-, ning from Sioux Falls, where he officiated on Sunday in the pulpit of Rev. Mr. Case. J. H. C. Young, msjor Sharp's clerk, returned to-day, from up riyer, and we pre sume Major Sharp came also, though he has not been seen by our reporter. Robert Cox, of this city, and Mr. Csmer on, clerk for N. H. Young, at Sully, left yesterday on the steamer Meade, the for mer for Fort Bennett and the latter for Fort Sully. L. F. Field started this morning on his return to the Black Hills. He will go by way of Minnesota, where he will purchase a number of cows and drive them to the Hills. Weiss, of Milwau kee, accompanied by their wives, arrived in Yankton last evening, and are stopping at the Jencks hotel. Mr. Bodden is president of the Milwaukee chamber of commerce, and Mr. Weiss is connected with the land department of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul road. The gentlemen went to Springfield this morning to trac-ict busi ness at the land office there, and will return to Yankton this evening. The ladies re mained in Yankton. If you wish a nobby pair of pants go to HACKEB & GREBE. THE RIVER. Tbe Butte will get away this.evening for Benton. The Far West left Bismarck on Saturday last for Yankton. The Peninah arrived yesterday afternoon from Cheyenne, and passed on down. Tbe Gen. MeBde is destined for Bismarck Instead of Cheyenne, as announced in yes terday's issue. The government gusge shows no change in the river. It still remains at seven feet nine inches above low water mark. Superintendent Merchant, of tbe Dakota Southern railroad, came up from Sioux City last evening and ordered the ware houses torn down, if in tbe discretion of Maj. Grimes it is necessary to save the buildings. Sergeant Hunke, of the signal service, suggests that an opening cut across the bar opposite Broadway would turn the channel of the Missouri towards the Nebrask^side sufficiently to stop the cutting now in pro gress at the lower warehouses. it mmM The cutting of the river bank at the lower warehouses has let up a little, but so much mischief has already been done that the warehouses must be removed. The work of removing them to the north side of the track was commenced this morning. Commodore Coolson received a telegram yesterday saying that the Dacotah was aground at Plattamouth and had been there thirty-six hours, and thst Capt. Buesen was dangerously 111. Cspt. John Todd has been telegraphed for at St Louis to come up and take charge of her. Sioux City Journal: The cruel war that at one time threatened to destroy the boat ing trade of this city is over. At a meeting of representatives of the Chicago and Northwestern, the Illinois Csntral and the Dakota Southern held at the office of the former company at Chicago on the morning of August 7, tbe two roads first mentioned decided to restore the 30 cent rate on up river freight from Chicago to this city. Mr. Merchant made the best argument possible for the carrying of freight through this city to Yankton for the aame rate as this city, but failed to persuade the other two com panies that it was to their interest to con tinue the attempt to abolish the river trade of Sioux City. The new arrangement is •ven better than the old one, as before only the Northwestern carried river freight at the 30 cent rate and now both companies agree to do so. Celluoloid collars and cuffs, something new and nobby, at Wise Bros. Si IKE MEMPHIS BELLE AT QUARANTINE. The Memphis belle stood on the deek And begged them not to leave 'er— Her race was ot a saffron hue, Her eyo was full of fever. "Put out your tongue I" the doctor cried— The harsh, unfeeling fellow That tougue. alas, was coated o'or A most undoubted yellow "O doctor, tell me now the truth. What doth this taffy mean And will you saorlftce my youth To death in quarantine? "O, let me fly," she weening cried, ••Already I'm belated!" "You cannot go," the wretch replied, 'III you've been fumigatedI" -i WK A shriek, a seething, bubbling roar, A splash on the larboard side. She flopped, she sank, to rise no mote, Beneath the murky tide. »:il Choice sheet music arriving every day at Shannon A Co's Music Store Third street. Orders by mail promptly attended to. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS. Fred Meyers,says the Mail, has the best looking office in Firesteel. The Baptist society of Finlay'are talking of building anew church edifice. B. F. Putnam, of Centreville, Turner county, last week received $800 of back pension. There are fourteen candidates for sheriff and four for county judge, in Dakota coun ty, Nebraska. Hail stones, as large as hen's eggs, fell in the storm last Friday—in the upper Ver million Valley. Prof. Culver will continue as principal of the Vermillion schools at a salary of $800 a year. It is estimated that the corn crop in Clay county will be fully three times larger than that oi any previous year. Joseph Allen intenda opening a lumter yard at Swan Lake. He will also buy grain, and pay the highest cash price. Jas. A. Childa informs the New Era that in the vicinity of Childstown the wheat will average from 12 to 15 bushels to the acre oats 50 bushels barley 30 bushels, and corn will be a No. 1 crop. J. W. Walsh, of tbe Firesteel Mail is sick, and A. J. Waterhouse and W. £. Crane are running the paper while the malady is run ning tbe editor. If the malady is as greut a success as the pro tem. managers the editor will die. John Martin, an assistant United States entomologist, haa been examing bugs and things in the neighborhood of Firesteel. An old hen with a brood of chickens will des troy more insects than all the human bug scientists in the world. New Era: Several of the citizens of Fin lav are making strenuous efforts to procure the pardon of Dr. Parsons, now in the De troit penitentiary convicted of a conspiracy to rob the U. S. mail and express on the Sioux Falls stage last spring. New Era: The first school ever held in Turner county was taught by Mrs. Aurner in the old Episcopal church at this place, commencing June 5th, 1872, and ending three months later. The school was sup ported by private subscription. Mr. Herman, contractor on the grade of the C., M. & St. Paul road near Firesteel, had a span of horses Btoltn last week. He had employed four strangers to work for him, and aa the horses and tbe new work men disappeared about tbe same time, he has a suspicion that the men he entertained were not angels. A mure belonging to Lyman Webster at Finlay was killed by lightning a week ago Saturday. A colt by htr Bide was uninjured. During the same storm the stable of a man named Christianson, nine miles Boulh of Swan Lake was struck by lightning and burned. A cow in the stable was instantly killed. John Gartmaker and H. Ludens, lads of about sixteen yean of age, living near Swan Lake, broke the sickle of a harvester with which they were working, and fearing pun ishment, hitched the team to a wagon and struck out for the east. At Sioux City they offered the team for sale at so low a price that suspicion was aroused, and they were arrested. A requisition was procured and they were taken back to Swan Lake by De puty Sheriff Dwyer of Turner county. Firesteel Mail: It will be remembered that some time ago a man named Johnson was killed while he was attempting to cross the country from the Indian reservation to the Jim river. At that time it was suppos ed that the deed waa committed by some white man, bat it has lately been ascertain ed that an Indian is responsible for the perpetration of the crime. At the time of the killing the Indian was accompanied by his squaw, and she hai "peached on him." A party is now after thia govermental pet. MEW GOODS FOR FALL TRADE Twenty pieces all wool shirting flannels just received from tbe mandhctary at La porte, Indiana, and offered at low prices corner of Third and Broadway by L. D. Parmer. CAUGHT AT LAST. The notorious depredator KateArrh, who has for so many years eluded the most ac complished and skillful detectives, has been caught at last in Buffalo, N. Y. For further particulars ask your druggist for a bottle of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, admitted to be the best remedy for catarrh yet compounded For yonr worsted or cloth suits go to HACKER & GBEDE. Dr. H. D. Doage, aennsi, Hewitt's block Yankton. Boarding house and saloon opposite de pot to rent. J. PAKKEK HAYWARD, 3d street. Dr. W. H. II. Brown, uemist, Union block, Yankton. Free Lunch every morning at Fred Lerch's Brewery Hall, Third street, between Cedar and Broadway. A STRIKE. Rie&us River Roo^on ((anise a atrik". Mtrtrtnjr the Dakota dovtharu rail roal|'c«BlMriy employed a large number of Prehousea i'••'to tear down aud remove the lower to save them from being waah ed ioto the river. Upon assembling to go to work the niou ascertained that they were to receive $1.95 A largo number refused to work for this sum and left the ground, while the smaller portion, deeming that price bettei Mian nothing, remained and went to work. Shortly after the men went to work the following notice was posted near the building and a piece of board on W$ileh was written the same warning waa thrown into a window of tbe warehouse: WHICH, Any nfto caught working for less than 25 cts. per hoar will be thrown Into the river. Following the posting of this nrttce aud the throwing into the window of Um board, a hostile demonstration was- madfe by a gang of about a dozen steamboat men, who appeared to bo tbe only instigators and supporters of the strike. Fearing prraonal injury a number of the men who bad gone to work quit and lel'tthe warehouse. About this lime Marshal Gemmill appeared on tbe scene and by tbe adoption of decisive meas ures couipulled the strikers to leave. Thb persons having tho work In charge then ad vanced the waccs to $1.50 per day, and by eleven o'clock about thirty meu were en gaged In tbe work, aud everything was quiet. About tbls time tbe marshal left, and shortly afterwards the strikers return ed, but boing ordered to leave on. pain of bodily injury, tbey slowly withdrew with out msking sny demonstration beyond tbe use of abusivs and obsceuc language. fpcrial pottos. STRAYED. From tlie promises of Anton Svuiicera, near Tabor, on Sunday, August 3d, one large brown mare nine years old and one mule colt one year old. 'l'liey were last seen on Sunday, the 3d inst. in a northeasterly direction from Ziskov. Information can be left at Tabor with Mr. Svancera. or at Zemlicka's store, ou Third street, opposite Merchant's livery stable. Yankton. DISSOLUTION. The partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned and Oliver Shannon Ksq., hav ing been this day dissolved by mutual consent I shall hereafter be found iu Yankton from Sat urday morning to Monday night, temporarily in Campbell and Smith's loan otllce. corner Third and Cedar streets. AS.MALI, Du. CHAS. Excbl. Yankton this 4th day of August 1879. FOR REST. frame dwelli.ig house iu good re pair, furnished throughout well of water situated one block west of residence of Geo. II. Hand. Apply at thisollicc W.M. W.VI.I OI.K. PRESCRIPTION FREE For the speedy cure of Seminal Weakness, Loss of Manhood, and ail disorders brought ou by Indiscretion or excess. Anv druggist lias the ingredients. Address DAt'IDsON & CO., 78 Nassau street. New York. Benton Line MISSOURI T« RIVER PASSENGER STR'S. POWER, Gen'l Manager. 193 S. Water St., CHICAGO. G. BARR, Gen'l Agent, BISMARCK, till PolBts iii Montana and British Northwest Territory. The only line Uniting through tickets to Helena, Montana. Paaaengers holding throusrh tickets have preferred •eats In stage. The fast and light draft steamer E E N A GILIIAM, Matter, Leaves Yankton going straight through to FORT BENTON! SUNDAY, AUGUST 24TH. A. M. JOHNSTON, Master. SATURDAY, SEPT. 20. FOR O E N O N For Freight or pasaace apply to .BRAMBLE, MlNBR CO., Yankton, Dak. -OR- G. E. MERCHANT, Sioux City, Iowa. YANKTON O E A HOUSE. DAVID CAMPBELL,... .Proprietor. THE GREATEST SHOW YEt, FOUR SHOWS IN ONE KNTIKK 7IAN1P. OK PltOOItAMMC THIS MONDAY EV SNINO, AUGUST 11. FIRST AI'PJKABAMOKJDK (SK CALKNTKD Miss Florence Edgerton MISS DODY ZANFRETTA. FRED. RITCHIE. Miss Kitty Reynolds With a new budget of songs. A N E N A Will still continue to warble forth. OUB STOCK COMPART. Htlflll MeNAKJY. «Eo. A»*IBAL. JAMBS ROillK, .In the roaring fare* Black Statu*. BUSINESS DIRECTORY A L, BOUm- Pni'kcr A Ordenfeum NXLRVTORLBK KIWI BtAMRtlR, BLATT QUIRESOF SYLVESTER O Coke, lee. TILER kinds of WILCOX and Doalor IOWIIN. I'apiiiy Mid). Murkm, MIWR* CO., Whole.talv cers, Forwarding, tttoraae, mid HUMtiiibont Agents. Levee. •VEROOKr, Wholesale and Retail. Wouriway. BRUCK, J. K., wiiolnaale and Itotall Orocnr lea and I'rovlaious, Capital street. GM»., Sample Rooms. Best wine* ami Liquors, 3d street. "1WGSB1JRV, Publishers"alui A Binders, Press and Dakotaian block. and Imdlos Cty $»l«0U0uery. Fruits and Kan- WWB. Only Steamers ciirrYlns U.S. government freight. P'aws." 3® Farm llrlnker- DXCGUIOR MILL CO. Manufacture Patent J-i and otlmr brands of F1— Capital-St., near Levee. K'SSK Government De faufcy xiJ,vS:^Vay I'r0!"aent- Nll"onttl F* ar-sLr.VoHUAoWryd^Uw °,Uce' IZETCHUM, H. A., Dry mid Cedar sts. I* PILES, Ce" /'ERMANIA HOUSE, Wallbaum & Becker, VJ Proprietors. Douglas-Ave. OEORGE tr, General Hardware. fhird-St. between Walnut aud Cedar. Real Kstilte tt"d Every style, at Press aud I)a- KADJck1' e- J. Druggist. Pennington's (ioods, cor. Third A- Third Street. MORMANN Ciish tirocery House GKADY. Dealers in Hard ware, Stoves and Tinware, Capital street. MII.LS FC PI/RDV, Druggists, Stationers and Notions. Third-St. 1, & CO., Boots and Shoes. Hats, Cap ami tail's Sawyer's block .Third street. PEIR POTTER LUEBKE, Hide and Leather Deal ers. Third-St. TC WOOD, Jewelers. Silverware, Clocks. &c„ 8d St. LEGAL BLANKS, At the Press and Dakotaian on nling Itoom. CJANBORN, J. R. Furniture Dealer and Man O ufa'cturer. Third-St., Dewitt's Block. STEFFIX, PETER Livery, Walnut street, Bradly Barn, near Third. GTMLNAUBER, ice delivered to any part of SE.MPLE tc Ml'NROE, House and 81cn Painter. SIIAKNO* It Cox's block. and ESGEL, Attorncys-at-Law, fc BARBER, Wood, Coal It MSSEN, Manufacturers of Wag ons and Buggies. Horse-shoeing aud all Kinds of renainnir. Cedar street, between Third repairing, and Fourth. VAN corr. CLARK tc CO., Jewelers. Plat ed ware, Clocks, Ac. FC WILLIAMS, Dealers In grain Elevator foot of Second-St. PROFESSIONAL. W. a MUNRO, ATTORNEY AT LAW, COS'S BLOOE. THIRD STKX2BT. YANKTON. DAKOTA. PROFESSIONAL. I. E. WEST. n. E. DEWEY. WEST & DEWEY, ATTORNEYS & COUNSELORS AT LAW, YANKTON. DAKOTA. OrriCK Itoom 4. Pennington's Block. DR. FELLERS l'rlvate MEDICAL DISPENSARY, 42 Jackson St., St. Paul, Minn. (Four doors from Merchants Hotel.). Speedily Caret all Private, Nervoui and Chronic Diseates, without the use of Mercury or hindrance from Business. NO CURE, NO PAY! Syphilis. Gonorrhoea, Cleet, Strlctuie, and all old, lliiKerini cases where the blood lias become poisoned, causing blotches,.sore throat, jie head and bones, and all diseases ot tlie Kid neys and ltladder, are CUHKU FOR LIFE. Yoang Mm. Mlddle-And ana Old Hen, Who are suffering from Uie terrible effects of Seminal Weakness, .Sexual Debility and Io»s of Sexual Power Us the results of self-abuse In youth or-eaeesses of mature-years, producing emissions, nervousness, Indigestion, constipa tion, despondency, lass of memory, etc„ are tlioroughlv and iiermaneutly^cured In a abort lersiiavefatli tled^hy 4r. K. time,- wliere allotliei Tlie Distorts a regular graduate of many years'cxpeticnce lutliis itpbclality. His reme dies having been used for OVKK TUIUIV YKAKS, aud having never, failed in ^curing even the Worst cases, he la able to guarantee a certain and speedy cure for all troubles of a PKIVATK KATUUK. Consultation personally or b» letter free. Cases and corresnondence sacredly con ndcntlal. Write for LIST OF QUESTIONS. Ills patients are belngtreated by mail aud ex press everywhere, Office lioum. a. iu. to 12 m., anil 1 :w to 9 p. in. Sundays closed. d88-dftw CERMANIA HOUSE Douglas Ave., near Third St A O N BOOTi WALLBAUM 4 BECKER, Props. Is tbe tMMdqmrten lor Mvatan Ooo4 stablhM.