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Advertisements.
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llioiilli.
ODK HI'III
plaining evvry A Ulr«»i co.,
plaining everything. A,|,
Hankers, 7 Wall St., N. V.
I-oveiy. Rosebud or lio MotinClumwi t^ds.
CV with name,
eta.
10
NHSSUII. N. V.
«PT"7 a
NAKHH: CAKD CO.
Month and expense* guaranteed to
ml I Agent* OUIFLTfree. HIIAW&I:<., AU
IIIMTA, MAINK.
expense*
to
911 'lit Free. Address l\ O. VIUKKltY
Augusta.
Maine.
Ntwtpaper Advertising Bureau, 0 Spruce si, N.Y
NNAY'S SPECIFIC MEUICIM:.
TRADE Jf^ARK. Xh« flrta tTRADE
KiiKllal* llrm
««•»•, Ananfull-
Plug euro for
Heinlmii Weak
ness, Hpcrma
torhea, Impo
teiiey, anl all
diseases that#
follow, and as a
gsequence of Self AbwTToi{«_
as
lots of Memory,41*®'
tent free by mall on receipt of the
money by addressing
TIE CRAY MEDICINE CO,
,.. Mechanic's Block. Uetrolt, Mieli
tagrSold in Yankton everywhere by druggists
SEMPLE & MUNROE,
House Painters,
Graining, Glazing and Kalsomining
PAPfiR HANGING A SPECIALTY.
All Work Guaranteed
To give Satisfaction.
SHOP AT COATES' STAND, Broadway
Ordereleftat Mills & Purdy's and at E.
Coates' will receive prompt,attention-
LAVENDER'S
COHTMDES TO BE THE
Favorite Trading Place
l.\ TOW.* AND COUNTRY.
BCCIIUNC
bent
if «upi)Iici tlio very
ROOIIK
world.
to lie liad In the
every article rcqulr.
ed for family use on tlic line of
Oroccrlea can be found there
at all times.
E A S E
Its prices are uniform and so low as to
defy competition.
Because its CASH system is successfully
established and gives to its custom
ers advantages
does
system
which the credit
oes not possess.
Grateful for the continued favors of the peo
ple, this popular House assures its patrons that
every effort will be made to keep its stock and
prices fully up to the demands rf the times. No
other Grocery House in the Territory will be
permitted to surpass in either quality of goods
or prices.
Very respectfully,
A. W. LAVENDER
GEO. P.
ROWELL
& CO.
Newspaper Advertising Bureau.
For Ten Cents: One hundred page
Paapblet with Lists of Newspapers
and Advertising Bates.
For Ten Dollars: Fonr lines Insert
ed one week In Three Hundred and
Fifty Newspapers.
10
-A... A
Spruce St.
N. Y.
SPORTSMEN'S HEADQUARTERS,
GEORGE WAGNER,
Proprietor of the
Yankton Gunsmith Shop.
I i.t t.
Wholesale aud Retail lcalor hi
Shot Guns, Rifles, Revolvers, 4c
ttn.i Vt AmmnnUlott,
DRUGS AND MEDIC NC8.
EXCELSIOR.
DRUG STORE
MILLS
agents
Ont-
AaKillg.
Universal Lassttu Vain in the Back Dim
ness Of Vlsloh, Pre nature Old Aire, and nianv
other'rtlseaSM thai lend to lns,u,lty or Con
sumption and then a Premature Urave.
»-KiUlp»rtlflUla.s lu our pamphlet. which
wedeslrot°seudfrcu ly mall to everyone.
arThefcpeclflc Medicine Is sold by all Uriic-
or will
Per paclc ipe, or six packages for ss.
be
& PtJRbl
AND
StationerS
THIRD STREET,
Yankton, Dakota
OKALKBBIK
DRUGS
All the popular medicines of the day. Pre
wngttons ccumpounded by experienced pharma-
The Finest Assortment
Books and Fancy Articles
IN THE WEST.
Headlight Oil, the Beat in the Market
STAGES
Dakota Central
STAGE LINE,
BRINKERHOFF & JORDAN, Proprietor*.
The stages of this line run from Yankton to,
Utica, LestervUle, Odessa, Scotland, Maxwell,
Olivet, Whiterburg, Milltown, Martclla, Hock
)ort. KOHcdale and Firesteel in fifteen hours,
earing Yankton each morning at four o'clock.
The return trip is made each day, leaving Fire
steel at iouro clock a. m. and reaching Yankton
at seven p. m.
HORSES CHANGED~EVERY TEN MILES
Passenger and Express
Goods Carried at Rea
sonable Bates.
Yankton office on Third Street, at Brinkerhoff's
barn, lust west of the Merchants hotel.
Yankton & Sioux Falls
DAILY STAGE.
Mail and Express Line.
The Shortest, Beet and Cheapest Line te
SIOUX FALLS.
The route lies over the finest section of South
ern Dakota, and passes through the counties of
Yankton. Tarter and Minnehaha, touching at
Marlndahl, Turkey Creek, Clay Creek. Swan
Lake. Pinlay, Howard and Wall take.
YANKTON Office at American Express
Office.
SIOUX FALLS office at the Cataract
House.
WW. KHAMEB Proprietor.
DAKOTA DIVISION.
WYOMING STAGE CO.
From Yankton
to Fort Sully,
and all intermediate points, including
Bon Homme,
Springfield,
Yankton Agency,
Fort Randall,
}J Wheeler,
Red Lake,
a
WM. KLTAMELT,
Axeiit.
Ft. Thompson,
Ft Pierre and
Comfortable Coaches and Quick Time.
S. P. GAMULB.
Superintendent.
JOHN BBEMNER,j
Purchasing Agent
——AND
Commission Broker.
Good* Of all lUSMhillaiis bought and Hold for
itou-re»Ulculs.
COttkignmohta Beocived and Prompt'Be
turna Made.
5
Vorkct
ww T«t)Ifl Cutlery, KUhlnjc Titrklo, *c., JU\
BROADWAY, YANKTOM. DAKOTA,
.'J A
ENQUIRERS PROMPTLY MMftERED.
A trial order «fcttclt*A. OtHrr with N, Itray
"Capital Street, Yankton. D. T.
IteJcifncc* Kdmumlf£ Wynn. Hanker*,
flrai National ilank.
^-s CN
W'Pl »«fl ixkftaUs
YANKTON DAKOTA
Tuesday Evening, Nov. 25,1879.
VIRGINIA POUTICf.
II So Happens IbM (lit RtpnUluRi lUM
Ike Balane* af r«««r
Wish legion, No*. 28 —The chief politl
cil topic here ti the contest In Virclnia be
tween the debt psyars end readj asters. It
trsnipires that etch dene or democrata baa
circled an equal number of members of the
irgislature, while the republicans bate
elected twenty-seven members, of wblcb
tens re classed as debt-payer* aod seven
reaajeeters. The difference gives the read
justee a small majority if no other qdeatlon
is entered into to complicate matters. But
other questions do enter in and the repub
lican! propose while holding the balance of
power to secure concessions which will ad
TMce their Interests. The leaders of both
classes of democrats are offerlog very ad
vantscepua terms end the question finder
consideration Is which side will moat sore
ly carry out the promises made. The pres
ent state officers are debt-payers, and their
pontipuance in office and general distribu
tion of patronage depends upon the triumph
of their side, they offer to keep open the
schools and repeal the poll tax law where
by thousands of colored pedple are deprived
of their votes and concede other political ad
vantages ir the republicans only Join them
in a measure for the payment of the debt
nnd the election of state officers.
The readjusters offer similar terms, except
that tbey ask tbst Mahone, their leader, be
clected United States senator. It is under
stood that the premise of republican sup
port was given Mahone. During the Tn
vass be represented to them teat repudlstion
was not intended that there Were other
things besides the debt to be readjusted
that the school closing measure, which orig
inated with the debt payers, needed read
justing that (be system of taxation needed
readjusting, and that the poll tax law,which
requires payment a month before election
days, needed readjusting so that colored re
publicans may no longer be deprived of
their votes. Hence the name "readjustera"
has had a liberal meaning in the canvass
which gave Mahone a great advantage.
Both sides have sought t# cultivate friendly
relations with the colored people.
have been held since the election over which
colored men have presided, and at which
colored speskers have shared the time with
white speakers, and very friendly relations
exist between the races. The contest haa
been watched1 with deep iotereBt from here.
The president sees in the result of this cam
paign aod in the present situstion a better
prospect for the future of V'rglnia.
PENSION OFFICE FIGURES.
Washington, Nov. 21—Hon. J. A. Beotley,
commissioner of pension*, has completed
his annual report to the secretary of the in
terior. It shows that on the 30th of June
last thire were 242,755 persons in the Unit
ed States receiving pensions from the gov
ernment. The pension list is now larger
than any previous time. The present list
is composed of 125,150 army invalid pen
sioners 81,174 army widows, children and
dependent relatives, 1,844 navy invalids,
1,772 navy widows, etc., 11,621 surviving
soldiers of the war of 1812, and 21,194
widows of deceased soldiers of that war.
During the year 31,346 new names were
added to the list and 908 names, which had
previously been dropped from the rolls,
mainly from failure for three years to claim
their pensions, were restored and 13,497
were fcr various reasons dropped. The ag
gregate amount of one year's pensions to all
pensioners on the rolls is $25,493,742,15 but
the actual annual payment exceeds that
sum by several million dollars. This arises
from the fact that nearly all the newly
admitted army and navy cases have several
years accrued pensions at the time of admis
sion which is paid at the first payment.
During the year the first payment to new
pensioners amounting to $5,763,758, of
which $4,375,147 was paid to armv and
navy invalids, widows, etc., and $1,388,611
to survivors and widows of the war of 1812.
There will be a deficiency in the pension
appropriation for the year, as nearly as can
be ascertained, as follows: Five millions
for army pensions and $30,000 for navy
pensions, which should be provided for in
order that the pensions for the June quarter
may be promptly paid.
It is one thing to advertise to sell Groce
ries for cash thus to delude cash buyers, and
and another to sell Groceries for strictly
cash and actually give cash buyers the
benefit. I sell Groceries for cash in hand
or C. O. D., and my customers get full bene'
fit of my Cash plan. If you will call at my
store, look over my stock, get my prices, I
can convince you that I can actually benefit
you.
T. F. MARSHALL,
The Cash Grocer,
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
set, reports to the contra-
at fifteen dollars per
ry notwithstanding.
TAKEN W
By the subscriber, on on his premises at the
Madison house, Yankton, on Tuesday, Nov.
18, one dark brown horse—about 5 or 6
years old. The owner is invited to call,
prove properly, pay charges and take the
animal away.
D. W. WILCOX.
Madison House, Yankton.
A CARD
To all who are suffering from the errors
aud indiscretions of yontb, nervous weak'
nets, early decay, loss of manhood, &c.,
will send a recipe that will cure you,FREE
OF CHARGE. This great remedy was
discovered by a missionary in South Ameri
ca. Send a self addressed envelope to the
Rev. JOSEPH T. IKMAN, Station D, Nem
Tor1: City.
NOTICE.
Anybody wlio can eive me Information
where I can find a double barrelled, breach
loading shot gun, bore No. 10, which was
obtained from me under fslse pretences
Wednesday, October 15th, 1879, by one
Carson, will be suitably rewarded.
GEOKOE WAGNER,
Gunsmith,
If you want any Turkeys, Chickens
Butter, Eggs or Oats, address
SUING & STRATTMAN,
St. Helena, Neb.
The Merchant* !-illard parlors have been
moved to a location one door north of Kd
tnund'a and W vnn'a bank.
Cbew Jackeoo's best Sweet Navr Tobacco
MBS TANG
Soiroid of the Fittest.
A FAMILY
unions nut
IU IUUU
MILUONI HIM TUMI
IimilBTWlBIlIIT
A BAMW FOK ST»Y WOUND OP
MAH AK0 BBAMTf
TREOtKIT#iaTUimEIT
xvm XADX15 Am&ICA.
•*R.« T.Att^THAW WW
The Moxiean Unit
Fears ai bo be*t of all hlnlinenU, fae.~
Man an Iieaah Its sales to4ajr are
!5!??EiSfn ever.vJt_eures when all
others fill, and penetrates skin, .tendon
and muscle, to the Very bone. Sold
of this Condition
OF TIU
La Cortfiance Insurance
COMPANY,
On the 30th lsj! of Jnae, 1879.
The name ot the company is La Conflance In
surance Company.:
It Is located In Paris, France,
THE ASSETS OF THE COMPANY ARE AS FOLLOWS:
Cash on hand and in the hands of agents or oth
er persons...... $187,062.10
Bonds owned by the company, 1,589,9*8.£8
Total assets..
Whereas, The La Conflance insurance cOm
8led
any, located In the city of Paris, France, has
iu this office a sworn statement of its con
dition on the 30th day of June.A. D. 1879, in ac
cordance with the provisions of an act of the
egistative assembly of the territory of Dakota,
relating to insurance companies, approved Feb
ruary 16th, 1677 and
*'Wnerea$, on examination of the sworn state
ment ot said company died in this office, I find
that die said Insurance company is possessed ot
the necessary amount of capital invested as
required by law.
Therefore I, E. A. Sherman auditor of Dakota,
territory, do hereby certify that said ihshranoe
company is duly authorized to transact business
of fire insurance in $aid territory, for the year
ending December 31st 1879 by agents properly
appointed.
GEO. W. HALL, Agent fyr Dakota,
Yankton D. T.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
hand and seal, this 17th day of November A. D.
1879.
E. A. SHERMAN, Auditor.
By L. M. PURDY, Deputy.
6E0.W.H AIL, Afloat.
REDUCCV HOME BATES
Between: «jOOO :0tnV^ it thla Ofli. Jrt J*
KnBlarid,Mlddte'and.yfeeWsrhSiat«Hti alao
to omdee of nearly at connecting Lli
MONEY—
CURRRHO'V AND OOLD.
Pftclcagoa not exceeding! S 20*
-.-•AOi
Large mpu in much tmalUr proportion.
merchandise.
Lowest and Hl|kMt CfcargM, iwtrtof te |H^aa««.
Fadkages not exceeding
PRINTED MATTER.
BOOKS, Mi'otiier matter, Mothnnprint of'
dcred from, or Bent
1yfde«ilcrfl,'Jke.,rRK#AID
2 lbsT BcTl "3'IW. 2QCi. 1 4 lbs. 2»c.
ORDERS FOU PtiCHASISQ GOODS
Left with any Agent totfels Co. will be proroptly
t'xecQleil, tfiihouftMpeiute, other than the ordinary
char^c fur carrying thegoode.
Send your Money .and Parcels, by Rxpre«i
ohe&pest and Qulokesti with positive eeeuntftf
Vra. O, P'ABflO,' Preat.
j. C.
MUSICAL ART
«1,743,960 48
LIABILITIES.
adjusted and due..
Josses adjusted &nd not due.
lue
unadjusted 10,882.50
in suspense, waiting tor fur-1
ther proof
All other claims against the company, 160.46S.40
Total liabilities 9171,346.90
STATE OF FRANCE, I *(V. i?
Cny OF PARIS,
E. Uuelere. nresldent, and E. Bnrkhardt, sec-'
retary of the La Conflance Insurance company
ot Paris, France, being duly sworn, depose ana
say, that the foregoing is a ltdL true and correct
statement of the affairs of said company: that
the said insurance company Is. the bona fide
owner of at least one hnndred thousand dollars
of actual cash capital. Invested in the state and
united States stocks and bonds, or in bonds and
mortgages of real estate unincumbered and
worth double tlie amount for which the same is
nwrtgagedand they are the above described
officers of the said insurance company.
E. DUCLERE. President.
E. BURKHABDT, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this loth
day of October, 1879.
]Seal.
Lucius PAUCHILD,
U. S. Consul General, Pi
'aris.
OFPIOBOP TERRITORIAI. AUDITOR. I
Yaukton, .Dakota, Nor. 15.lg7s.
of the La,Conflance iusnrance company, of Paris.
France, on the aoth day of Jnne 1879. and now
on file in mj office.
E. A. SHERMAN, Auditor.
By I.. M. PURDY, Deputy.--
TUN TERRITORY or DAKOTA,
Auditor's Office,
CM. tasglsi Awe..
UtU.fi. \.. WHIT***...,,.,,
Ajnt
Alali KINDS Or
PAPBB, EUVfiLOPES, 1
Ink, Muoilage, Pens, Pen Hold
ers, Pencils, Rubber
Art.
ROM SALE IN JOBBIKQ LOTS AT TBB
PRESS MD MKtTAIAff OVF^CE
McHAFFBR, fropl
A drat alas* restaurant supptytng the of
erenrthing aBnrded in the awrkrt. ltmi 1st
dkl board, M.Oo ner week.
Heals farnwhed at all hours.
Jadk
Piano, Organ, Vbeal and Hernumg
KI UBMOMS atrm*.
I nstrumentaland Voeal, each, per gutter, tit.
Harmony ....... M0.
reonstoUpf ten. weeks, two le*aoos
rdpite ieeMe* t* takk oOeJesrHMi
A quarter
each week.
each week caa make
elect.' Fall term toeomra«M»'^Se#i. IM. No
dedwUtm iorabeenee exmpt In ^eaesalpro
ISt^XSSiJSgSKW^SS
term.
in ii ii
OOOIi BOLWADMB
THE
Jos. SeliHtz if
ON TAP..u
The quantity I sell enables me to keep ittraBhat
all times.
.•' i':ii
GEO. BROWN,
THIRD STREET.
GE0.E.1AILE?,
(SiNiiiifto Dn4tay A IttoflQfi)
WH0LE8ALE AND RETAIL
-DEALER IN-—
Tin and Copperware,
THIRD
YANKTON,
STREET, J!
DAKOTA.
In his establishment will be
found a comnlete assortment
of goods pertaining to the.
Hardware Trade. His stock
of Cooking and ^eating..
.... stock
bNUUaOei^late
Oik
GEO. Bi
s?
{.r
Is large and fneindes the leu
and most approved patteii),
The attention of new coldsers
and the people generally Is iau
ted to this braiich of hls itoick.
Fall Line of Shelf Hardware,
Wooden Ware, Wagon
and Carriage Bakers
a"
Occupying three rooms, each 85xl00 fppt.
in size, and carrying a COnespon^pj(
itock he' poesceses (acilties for snptl7Ug
he wants or the people superior any
other house in Dakota.
DAKOTASOUTHERN
Stoax City A Pembina RaHteadt.
TIME TA1jT,F
To tab* tgut Bunion,
^fonory'23.1879
DAKOTA BOUTliSHir.
nkaixs Komia
w«S*.
rAunanmi
TKAIVB ionr
'•BiABT.
ST
ATI 6NS.
1.00 p.m. Leave
t.SI ......
|.H
2.49
8 si
8.17
3.42
4.0' j- t'i.a'....
4.32
ill ""'...i.v.
5,32
SCSI Kkttiie
AinifliM
taiODXCITY..
...MCCOOK.....
.iEFTBBSON.,.
DAVIS JDNUTN
..tELX POINT..
!fV5t^mLTON'.
UJ8a.ja^4rr'
10.43 ".i...
ItST «*•*.
10^5 ....
lo.so .....
JuvKUNOiU
..^Q AYVILLE...
VAMKSRIVBB.
A
'•'St
THIRD $TRBBT,
YANKTON, DAKOTA
#12
Ml
5-M «.!
*.«•
7J|»
7.40a ja.Lekv*
SIOUX CITY a PEMBJNA.
MOVIKO WXST
MOVI'O nAST
BTATIOITS.
4HXEDNe.A
a. m.'leave
t0.»a.m. ar'e
PW»Sa«.
1.8IOUX Mf¥~
l—,BELOIT^...
s.jrr p.m. ar'e'
lin. lfire
CONNECTIONS.
44'ga5SJ8JW
ack Hilts railroads
-Passenger trains going east oonheetht)
vis Junction with trains tor Beloit. Sonr
stagesJL*AT« Beloit, «n arrival ot_ the.
si^t»4St?iiier-
had 8'
_A t»%fyQ|eylthsUfcges forBt. Helena. Met.,
and 8mithiind4nhhan.^ ::c\r y.~.
7 At YanktoiyRiairtageaJor all points In
northernNebra§ta. and amUaqd.MiuiMrn Oil
s'. Bdonm, Watindnal. Bon Boanie
Coai ..
apany's line oleic Preightand
a the Upper
AIAI. MCBCBANT
Pes, snpertntesdent
8IMX CtTY & PACIFIC
KAIXJIOAD.
Tbe Plooeer'lUmte from IHau Olty to
—"•—,-aad all «Mii Cast.
and all Points South.
I alt Poln6i In (kmUien.
aud all Points in Southern
and Eastern Iowa. .. ......
Pullman Palace Hotel aai
Sletilif Cart
Between lOsseeri Valley and CM^f.
Speed.l^aLfotjand Comfort
is ttnoWAssSD.
-Tills line Is now equipped with the ieiproved
Wectinghouse Automatic Air Brakes, and Is tbe
only line running two express train* daily be
tween Hloex City aod«hfce«».
fHrwfh Thw T«M»,HTSim'H*- IB, 1«7»
Leave
St.,
ArrlqeSli
T-fJa-ir.,
rrlTe'ffi^n^'ev:'
Ghleara.
..v
ra«
MS- |lt«llt
oines
k^S^lM^^WnS
KftflL
8. At Sioux City with the Sloiix City & St. Paul,
Illinois Central and Dakota^Mth«m, Sieamen
for Upper Missouri river, during navigation, and
wlth.Stage*f6?WIpolntsia theNorthwfet.
roMmmmMossg
mtt
5. At Fremont.'Nib., withttelqnttnMe rail
road for all.p6ints.west and the Pacific coast.
'AtWUterwfth4fsgSrfor N«nwk°and all
poins in Noitbeni Nebraska.
Be Sarajrasir Tltlult read vfai.liaex City
and reeAe-aatliread.
F. E. HILLS, P. E. ROBINSON,
Superintendent. Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agt
Missouri Valley, Iowa.
Vf. VSLU, Qeneral^Agent, Sbmx City.
TBI VJ
1
GhieagofNortliwestern
'tsl*
And forms tbe following Trunk Lines:
CUcaco, Cnsell Bhft eallfmbUsa,
CU«aco
s?1
A I W A
IS THR C—
•s|
Oldest, Best Constructed, Most ProgrM-jhj
siye, Best Ffyijppfwl,
r.Vi BKNCE THK
Most Reliable Hallway eerperation
Of the Great West.
It Ut^day,audwlll'kngfeniain Ike
Leating ftaU^fer tfe«West ft Mwgst
It embrace under one Management
2,158 MILES OF ROAD
TheadvantMes of these Lines are
1-. If tlie itasseager to going to or tom any
point in the entire west andJforth-'West. he ^n
uyhls tickets via some one of this Company's
lines fu^d be sate of reaching his destination
BY IT OH ITS CONNECTIONS.
„*,Ihegreatsepartof its lines an laid with
Steel Rails its road bed is perfect.
-H!
s:f'
BNS City A Taskta lin, :.
CUcage, Qiato, Ssfea^U ft La CNW UM,
GUeaco, fmpjit ft Si^u Uu,
Ckieatt, Snot, Whou ft^UliiaMota tise.
CUcact.8t. Paalft UtxapdliUM,
Uuge. KQn&te* A Ltit 8a «ilst Liu,
1
eUcago, OnaaBay ft Kaqutta JJaa.
all important
S. -It ts tbe short line between a
Mints.
^S£SStJSO^S&Si,1SS&!Si
and the late^t lmprovements for comfort, safety
•arid convenience
ceU^^nWte
'rc^^M^S
apd Oobneil Binds. '.7^
6.. It is the only Road running the Pullman
PalaceNeeplngCarselther wayoetween
MWIIIII,'la6esse
7. Korosd offers eqnid Vacuities In number
of throofth tra'ns, eqinpped wlth Pulteum Pal
ace Sleeping Cars.
It makes connections with all lines aoeslnn
at intermediate points.
The popularity of, these lines Is steadily In
eteastag and paisengesswionld consult their ln-
teJ5SH.b7
Panning tickets *ta tola lin e.
Tickets over this route are sold by all Coupon
Ticket Agenta In the UnttedBtateeaadCanadaa.
Remember, you as* fw ytrar»cketa via the
Chleage ft North-Western Railway, and take
noue other.
DMols Central Hailed
Bhertest ROiite to Gkteago.pT^
SIOUXCITT1oCHI€AGO
WWwu ClUie #r Cars
Oommenclng June 1, 1878,
A daily express passenger train will leave
Sioux
»IX|lfefa3UOTTKMI
on arrival of
train from Yankton. Leave Sioux City at S.18 p.
m. and arrive at Chicago at 3.M p.m.
S)e«i^Beican.ruit'thM«Kh Worn Sloox City to
Chicago, fare, S8.*oon sleepingcar.
Passengers leavlag ChlcagoT bound west, at
iQ.eo a. iQM.via UMiillunaiaUential railroad, will
furtye at SioVx City the next day at U.3B a. in.
Ah aeeoeamedanoil'train will leave 8louX City
sat 6.00
9,
»s:
leaving
ssr&.x.'.
m., eonaectini
train at. Kt. Dodse.
•gbnts.to n. drnve
a 8 1 a
Trains eomg east connect at Chicago with all
trains for Detroit. Cleveland, Buffalo, Niagara
Falls. Pl«toM.»llaMphtaiBaminore, Wash
ington. New York,-fieston and all parts ot the
train cbnneetsatWateiloo with trains
on the Sedar Fatts aad ahe MiiiknwU branch.
I'HM
Unections are made at DuL_
ttniiliaeis oentiwlBiaiii line.
•K at
Mll-
raUroad tjf^usi and arriv-
Hig St St. Paul at S.3S p. m. and Mtmteapolis at
ibuque with trains
ne. teaviat Dubu-
in-
wrltk lMla«
iflsuecUnKat Cairo with trains tor7 MeWphisI
.rfa5hVllie7 icksbuiy, Mobile, New Orleans and
all parts of the south.
ConnectionsjweSfadeUtPieeport with Weat
ern Union tralbs. lea vine Frreiiort at 1.C6 p. m.
and arrlviaK at BaAne^at 5.45., and Milwaukee
$.14 pu M*
Bagfcajce Checked Throngh
TO all important pointa.
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kt*
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W,R. *£SS2 ^!EBL
Gent "rnrnssi
H. T. WRIOBT, Agent, ftoox Cl^r.

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