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ffltijffkuVL iw»u«i«»»«4«r«»4i««» Mk »WM Im| |l«) »4i'MiM|t«r••Mtol.vllH I ..MOWNII. IIU In II.M. MMw, with t.ll .» ioveatad in Wail HI, iuoclTa makes fortune* every ,,, ,, WMitli. Book sent free «x planting evwyihlnit. Adilrew ATX Kit* CO.. Hankers, 7 Wall 81., N, Y. or 00 Motto Ohroiao CariW, BBSF* •la. $77 U9 OUSTA, MAIXK. HAHUII CAHU CO., Month and expenses guaranteed to Outflt tree. HIIAW ft Co., Au- 9ffl£ YJ5*8 and expenses to agents. Out _f_*»Kree. Address P. O. VIOKKHY, Augusta, Maine. JliiiiiyytMwrtlilwi fticsau, to t^w it, H.t OMY*« iravino MEDICINE. rRAOK MARK- Th* GreatTRADC Kngltah Mem f*f, An anfall -lug cure for Menlnil Weak ness, Bperma torlioa, linpo tencv. and all dl»eai|es that, follow,and ana m.'tj WIWWI gnu una ^pgwn 'SMOre XaKingsequence of Self Afk^ Pab:. abuse, as Soes of Memory,*"® Awing. MS^I? lain In the Back. Dlm ""tufe O'd Age aJui many ii I®®* -Insanity or Con- Muaption and tben & Prwnature Grave. "ull.pnrtloalais In our pamphlet, which iv to tend hi 0 by mail to evei we ileslrv BPrrhe Epeelfle Medt Bine Is sold by all Uruit gista at fl per package, or or will be tent tnn by money by"—'— everyone. .i tl-_ all driiK slx package* for SS, tof tl mail on reeeipt of the ECO, addressing TiE GRAY MEDICINE CO, .Mechanic's Block, Detroit, Mich 0F"3old In YahktoiTeverywherebydruggists. N cosmcit TO BB THE Favorite Trading Place TOWN AND COUNTRY. Becausc it supplies tlio very oods to be had In the BC rid. Because every article requir ed for family use on the line of Groceries can be found there at all times. E A S E Its prices are uniform and so low aa to defy competition. Because its 0A8H system is successfully established and gives to its custom ers advantages system does which the credit .oes not possess. Grateful for the eontinuedfavors of the peo ple, this popular Home assure* its patrons thai every effort will be made to keep its stock and prices fully up to the demands of the limes. No Other .Grocery House in the Territory viU be permitted to surpass in either quality of goods or prices. Very respectfully, -A. W. LAVENDER GEO. P. BO WELL &CO. Newspaper Advertising Bureau. For Tea (Mats Oae 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. SPORTSMEN'S HEADQUARTERS, GEORGE WAGNER, Proprietor of the Yankton Gunsmith Shop. Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Shot GUM, Hides, Revolvers, 4c. All kinds of Ammunition, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Fishing Tackle, &c., 4c. BROADWAY, YANKTON, DAKOTA SAMPLE &MUNR0E House Painters, Graining, Glazing and Kaleominin rapiB Huvonvo SPECIALTY All Work Guaranteed To give Satisfaction. •HOP AT OOATBB' STAND, Broadway W1 ran*'* and at K. ceaUw will receive pmmpt attention* wm & v, t, JOHN BREMNER, Purchasing Agent -AM- Commission Broker. (lood* of all descrlntloiiH bought ami »o!d foi lion-resident*. Consignments Received and Prompt'Be turns Made. KNQUMEM PROMPTLY ANSWERED, A trial order solicited. Offlcc with T.N. Bray, Capital street, Yuuktou, L. T. Itefcrenoes: KdmundsA Wyno, Hankers. KIM National Bank. DRUGS AND MEDIC:NES. EXCELSIOR] DRUG STORE MILLS & PUBD7 Druggists AND StationerS THIRD STREET, Yankton, Dakota DKALKB8 IN DRtJGS All the popular medicines of the day. Pre* serlptions crumpounded by experienced pharma ceutists. The Finest Assortment oi Books and Fancy Articles IN THE WEST. Headlight Oil. the Best in the Market STAGES Dakota Central STAGE LINE, BRINKERHOFF ft JORDAN, Proprietors. The stages of this line run from Yankton to, utlca, Lesterville, Odessa, Scotland, Maxwell, Olivet. Whiter|urg, Milltown, Martella, Rock iort. Rosedale and Firesteel in fifteen hours, eaving Yankton each morning at four o'clock. The return trip is made each day, leaving Fire steel at four o'clock a. m. and reaching Yankton at seven p. m. HORSES CHANGED EVERY TEN MILES Passenger and Express Goods Carried at Rea aonable Bates. Yankton offlce on Third Street, at Brinkerhofft barn, lust west of the Merchants hotel. Yankton & Sioux Falls DAILY STAGE. Mail and Express Line. This Shortest, Best and Cheapest Line iflp^ppfp BsHpftjSP v^^fjpsn e*v *1 __ to SIOUX FALLS. The route lies over the finest section of South- Marindahl, Turkey Creek, Clay Creek, Sw Lake, Finlay, Howard and Wall Lake. YANKTON Office at American Express Office. 8IOUX FALLS office at the Cataract House. WM.KBAMBB Proprietor, DAKOTA DIVISION. WYOMING STAGE CO. Prom Yankton i| to Fort Sully, and all intermediate points, including Bon Homme, 7 Springfield, -Tankton Agency, Fort Randall, Wheeler, Red Lake, Ft. Thompson, Ft Pierre and Ft. Sully, •-•A A Comfortable COACIIPA and Quick Time. WM. KRAMRN, .... 8. P.OAMIU.K, Agrnt. HuponiiUmlont, »V, Ik* §aU| frtH ill fatotaln YANKTON DAKOTA Thurife) Evening, Dec. 4, 1879. GENERAL HOOKER. A r«w Rrmlalacenara (lleancd from lb* Ltr* *r ''Fighting lot," Referilog to Geo. Ilookei's birth at del Icy, MsssschuieiU, No*, 14, 18U, Mr. Cud worth ssld in his receut address at Boa ton His parents were excellent, quiet, hard working people, who worshipped God and endeavored to tclfill His commandments Seeing that their sun Joseph waa possessed of a resolute, earnest nature, and gave prom iseof more usefulness and ioflaet.ee io the world than be could secure as a fanner, they bad folly concluded to educate him for the ministry and with this purpose in view, after graduating from the district school, be was subsequently entered at Hopkins Acad emy. You will thus see how near be came to losing the sobriquet of "Fighting Joe," tnd wearing thst cf "Holy Joe." Various occurrences took place at the academy aid In the town which convinced bis friends tbst be was far better dtte? for'a military than a minltterisl career, and would take more naturally to tbe sword of oflicisl com mand than to tii-' Sword of the Spirit. 8 •fter considerable delay, and with great re luctance «m their purt, bis parents were pei xuaded to give their consent to bis entrance to West Poiqt Military Academy. The eulogy was a very interesting sketch oj Geo. Hooker's career. Io the course it the revtri nd nt etn stid that while in California Hooker was asked to allow the use of hie name for tbe United States Ssnale. Bat either be had no ambition for politics) preferment, or he considered tbst 'be offlce he'nnjjed to some one else, for be inmeliati 1 on a took in energetic canvass of tbe whole state, in connection with Sen ator Ncsmitb, and in behalf of an intimate and dear friend, tbe lsmented Colonel Ba ker. Tbe ttory of Gen. Hooker's first appoint ment to a command by President Lincoln, was thus told: He hastened to proffer bis services through tbe proper chsnnel of the war de partmenl to the government, but owing to some misunderstanding between himself and Lieutenant General Scott bis sppllca tion was not considered favorably, Dissp pointed at ibis, but too proud spiilted to make sny concessions, and too much of a soldier to ask for an explanation, be made up his mind to go bBck to California, but concluded be would visit Washington on bis way, call upon President Lincoln and wish him God speed in suppressing tbe re bellion. He called was introduced toy mistake as Capt. Hooker. And here be hold tbe Providence which shapes our endp. This very mistake was the turning point of his destiny. President Lincoln WOB very busy, and was about to turn away from "Capt. Hooker," after a few courteous words, to attend to some one else when tbe miscalled "captain'^ exclaimed, "Mr. Presi dent, I was introduced to you as Cspt Hooker. I am, or wss, Lieut. Col. Hook er oi tbe regular army. When this war oroke out I was at home in Californis, and hastened to make a tender of my' services to the government but my relation to Gen. Scott, oreome other impediment, stands in tbe wsv, and I ing my military knowledge and experience useful. 1 am about to return, but before going I wss anxious to pay my respects to you, sir, and to express my wish for your personal welfare, and for your success in putting down tbe rebellion. And while I am about it, Mr. President, I want to say one thing more, and tbst is, tbst tbe battle of Bull Kun tbe other day, and it Is neither vanitv nor boasting In me to declsre that I am abetter general than you, sir, bad on that field," This frank and manly, but self-confident assertion, attracted Mr Lincoln's attention at once. Hie' gave his patriotic visitor a quick, searching glance, to see if what he had so calmly stated could be braggadocia or badinage, and the turning point in Gen. Hooker's destiny was reached. Of ttie General's personal charcteristics, the chaplain said: Gen. Hooker waa the courteous military gentleman all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance ever found him,with decided opinions of his own, which he did not hes itate to express when called upon, but con siderate and affable to a fault concerning the honest opinions of others, as squarely and fearlessly expressed by them. Gen. Hooker was especially strong and constant in his friendships, and when one of his favorite aids, Geo. \Vm. Lawrence, of Boston, died, and word was not sent on to Garden City soon enough for him to attend the funeral, be referred to bis disappointment with tears in his eyes. During his ride around Boston when the soldiers' monoment was dedicated, Sept. 17, 1877, he was deeply affected by the enthusi astic tributes of honor and affection of which be was the object, and seemed hardly able to credit the fact that he could be so widely and unmistakably popular. The conviction was forced upon him, however, as his old comrades on many a well fought field crowd ed around his carriage by hundreds and thousands, that they might once more grasp his hand. His lips quivering with emotion, he turned to me and exclaimed, O, chap lain, this is simply wonderful!" DEFERRED J^LECRAMS. Virginia, Ner., Dec, 3.—The engineer at Union shaft, in changing shafts this morn ing, ran the cage into the sheaves. Eighteen men in the cage and on the skip beneath were nearly all more or less injured. Ooe, Tom McCarty, has since died. Several others, it is feared, are fatally hurt. The engineer left immediately after the accident, and committee of miners are looking for him. St. John, N. £., Dec. 3.—Tbe lumber shipment! from this port to Europe during the past seven months, amount to one hun dred and forty-three millions superficial feet. New York, Dec. 3.—There has been large transactions in Western Union. One firm sold 20,000 shares at $1.0C to another well known Broadway and Wall street firm. The sig nificance of theae transactions are not yet apparent, but the stock immediately rose to $1.07. Philadelphia, D^c. 3.—The democratic delegate elections to day were attended with much disorder. The fifth ward convention was broken up by a mob from the fourth ward, and three men were shot, one, Ber nard Riley, dying on the way to the hospi tal. Constantinople, Dec. 3.—Yesterdav man forced his way into the hall of the medic 1 council at the war ministry, and wounded four pcraous with a dagger. The motive which prompted tbe act was private vengeance, and had no political significance London, Dec. 3.—K Berlin dispatch rss tbe ritr will Inform the nobility of Moscow st bis reception to-day nf his determination te call number of unofficial advisors to as- 11 -WS© V- a!»t kirn In the govaroarot nf the emp'tt. The wmactl win be purely deliberative,* ilb oui sny right oi control sr liwtaiMi, and will be cbdssti partly by the (safTisgesof Ifc* middle end peewit clsasee end purtly by di rect nomination fcy tbe rctr from tbe ranks of tbe hereditary rmblliiy Other mesiutei of local reform will also beanooaoced. These Innovation* hate been «troor •rtvirated by tbe czuowitcli. Geneva. Dee. 3—Tbe wor tin^UKit ol Switzerland sre contemplating enilgrstioo as a remedy for their Isck of employment. London, Dec. 3.—50,000 peuods were withdrawn from tbe bank lor New York. London, Dec. 3.—An Alexandria dis patch says tbe Egyptian government has sold the Deeauk, an old steamer of kbedival postal service, lor 5,100 pounds to Ameri ca for use in tbe custom service. 1 WANTED. '1 Sherman & Co., Marshall, Mich want an aitent in this county at once, at a sal ary of $100 per. month and expenses paid, "'or full particulars address as above. Sewing Machines Of all kinds promptly .• REPAIRED, Needle*, Pare OH, Attachment's, Ac.. at the SNRAER OFFICE, ,V V'V: Third Street, YANKTON, DAKOTA F. IIAMMOKDj Nai^|ger. Mc's Restaurant, THIRD STREET, YANKTON, DAKOTA. J. C. McHAFFEE, Prop. A first class restaurant supplying the best of everything afforded in ilie market. Terms for day board, $5.00 per week. Meals furnished at all hours. MUSICAL ART SCHOOL Cor. Douglas Ave., and 4th at. MR9. 8. L. WHITNEY Principal. Piano, Organ, Vocal and Harmony LESSONS GIVEN. A now see no cbance of mak' 1 Instrumental and Vocal, each, per quarter, 912. Harmony -520, quarter consists of ten weeks, two lessons each week. Pupils desiring to take one lesson each week can make arrangements to that effect. Fall terra to commence Sept. 22d. No deduction for absence except in cases of pro tracted illness. Those desiring to take lessons will please commence promptly with opening of term. Be I was at COOL MILWAUKEE THE CELEBRATED Jos. Schlitz Milwaukee Beer! ON TAP. The quantity I sell enables me to keep it fresh at all times. GEO. BROWN, THIRD STREET. CAPITA HARDWARE STORE. J. C. Mormann Dealer iu Hardware, Stoves, Sheet Iron and Copperware, Carpenters' Tools, Farm Tools and everything usually kept in a FIRST CLASS HARDWARE STORE. We are agents for the celebrated .h Argand Base Burner, the most complete coal stove iu the market. Also the Albany Heating and Cooking Stoves A full line of PUMPS and Fixtures always on hand. Capital St, between 2d and 3d Sts-, YANKTON. DAKOTA DRY GOODS &C. L. COftGLETON, DEALER AID 11* 1 Ladies' Furnishing Goods DEWITT'S BLOCK. THE BRADLY Livery and Sale --STABLE.-- PETER STEFFEN, Prop'r. VALKVT STREET, btt Mt «th STREKT Tankton, Dakota. GEO. E. BAILEY, tfecie—rtsPnsr*llesn.) WHOLESALE AHD EETAIL «Hf DEALER IX STOVES, Tin and Copperware, S THIRD STREET, YANKTON, .DAKOTA. In his establishment will be fbund a oomolete assortment of goods pertaining to the Hardware Trade. His stock of Cooking and Heating STOVES la large and Includes the beat and most approved patterns. The attention of new comers and the people generally Is In. ted to this branch oflils stock. Full Line of Shelf Hardware, Wooden Ware, Wagon and Carriage Makers Stock la Pall and Complete Assortment Occupying three rooms, each 25x100 feet in size, and carrying corresponding stock, he possesses laciilies for supplying the wants of the people superior to any other house in Dakota. GEO. E. HAWLEY. BLANK BOOKS! Made to order and kept in stock. LEDGERS, JOURNALS, DAY BOOKS COUNTY BECOBDS, Or any style of Blank Record Book made to order at the PRESS & DAKOTAIAN OFFICE li^t, REDUCED PACKAGE RATES Between 3.600 Offices of thle offices of Oo. In NaW England, Middle and Western States also to nearly al I Connecting Lines. MONEY CURRENCY AND COLD u:Un~cr. not cnccodins S 20, I Be. 40, 20c. S SO, 28c, jMrgt 1.1 mt/r/V smaller proportion. MERCHANDISE. and Highest Charge*, accord lag to Waiaaw. Packages net exceeding 1 VH. 25c. 2 lbs. 25 to 30c. 3 25 to 45c. 4 lbs. 25 to 0gc. 5 25 to 75c. 25 to S I. PRINTED^MATTER. BOOKS, an! other matter, tchollt/ in print, or dered from, or sent by,dealers, £c.,PR£aPAIDl 8 lbs. Sc. 3 lbs, aoc. I 4 lbs- 25c. ORDERS FOR PCRCKAS1SG GOODS Left with any Agent of this Co. will be promptly exccutcd, without expenxe, othcrthan the ordinary charge ofrcarrylpg 'hg^god^. Scud ®nr MoiiF^'aiul PaRcla l)y Express cheapest uud quickest, n-i:liiosHive security. WM. «. FARGO, Pres't. WM. KHAMEB, DAKOTA SOUTHERN Sioux City & Pembina Railroads. TIME TABLE, To take effect Sunday, February 23.1879 DAKOTA SOUTHERN. reams aovixo WIS*. IBAIHSMOVm* *AST. STATIONS. STATIONS. rAgexuaxixo.i 2.0) p.m. Leave 1.31 .10 2.49 3.61 3.17 3.42 4.0"« 4.32 .5.18 ...... '5.82 ...... 5.31 Arrive 1 a. FAMBISUVe: ..tSIOUX CITY.. —MeCOOlL.... ..JEFFERSON.. DAVIS JDMTTN ..tELK POINT.. ...BUKBANK... .tVBRMILLION. ...MBCKUNQ... ...QATVILLB... •JAMK8 H1VKR. 11.15a. m.Arr\ 10.43 ...... 10.27 10JB lO.CO 9.S0 S.12 ..m.I 8.41 8.U 8 00 ^... 7.43 7.40a.m.Leavr SHOPS ...•YANKTON... SIOUX CITY & PEMBINA. MOVING WESTL in. leavo .9KUX cm., to.ssa. mt »"e ....nELOTT..... MOVI'G BAST STATIONS. MIXED N*. 5. MIXED Ho. 6. 3.37 p.m. ar'e Itm. leave CONNBCTIOira. t. At Sioux City with'Tlllnois Central, Sionx & Pacillc, Sioux City & St. Paul and Cov and Black Hills railroads. •,S. Passenger trains going past conuect at Da vis Junction with trains lor Beloit. Four horse stages leave Heioit, on arrival of the train, for Sioux Vail*, arriving nt Sioux Falls at 2 p.m. 3. At Elk Point with stages for Ponco, Neb, and Richland .Dak. 4. At Vermillion jrlUi stages for I/di, Rlver slde Tunier. Bloomingdale and Pinlay. 5. At Meckling with stsces for St. James and Swan l-tke anS Maxwell atv Dakota. 6.' At t'.ayville with sRtgesfor St Helena, Neb. and Smithland. Dakota. At Tankton with stages for all points northern Nebraska, and Scotland, Milltown Cli- vet Firesteel. RockponTMMindlial. Bon Homme Springfield etc., in Dakota «ndduring thesea son of navigation with-theMlssonri River Trims portation Company's line 01 «legant Passenger steamers for nil .point* 011 Uiaaourl, Yellowstone and^lr Horti SIOUX CITY & PACIFIC BAOJUIAS. The Pioneer Boole from Bl*ux Oltjr Ifl 1, and all I'oiuUKart. and all PolnUSouth. Mid all Paint* la ItwaUieni Wisconsin. IS, and all Points la fhmtliem and Eastern Iowa. Pullman Palace Hotel Sleeping Cars Between HUsporl Valley and chiceg*. fOB Speed, Safety and Comfort is trastnraeesB. Tills line Is now equipped with the improved WeatlnKhouse Automatic All Air Brakes .•no Istbw only Une ranntng twaexnress trains dally lie tween Sioux City and Chicago. Through Time Table, in efeet Dee. 23, 1S7S Kxraass. brunt -f 3: SUP. si. 7:21 A.M. 2-tSP.M. S4SA. 6«0 8:15 3:40 •de 7^0 0:3? «»eA,l'aal...i...., lankloa. lUax Cllr..i... vrrlye Ml.socn Valley.. Chicago. ('ouneil Bluffs .''J Ht. IXIUiS... Milwaukee DesHoines Leavc cmeago St. Louis Sits 7:10 8.8# 11:15 8:20 A.M. 5:40 P. T0:S0 •:1S 8:31 9:t0 12:40 P.M. 10^0 Arrlqe Sioux City CONNECTIONS. 1. At Council Bluffs (U. P.Transfer) with Union Pacific railroad for Omaha and all points West, with Kansas City. St. Joe & Council Bluffs rail road for St. Louts and all points South, and all lines diverging from U. P. Transfor. 2. At Missouri Valley with the Chicago Northwestern railway for Chicago and all peinta East. S. At Sioux City with the Sioux City ft St Paul. Illinois Central and Dakota Southern, steumers for Upper Missouri river, during navigation, and with stages for all points in tbe Northwest. 4. At ulair with Omaha ft Northwestern rail road for Omaha and Southern Nebraska 5. At Fremont. Neb., with Union Pacific rail road for all points west and the Pacific eoast. 6. At Wisner with stages for Norfolk and all poins in Northern Nebraska. B&tare yonr Ticket* read vla.Urax City aria Pacific Railroad. F. E, HILLS, P. E. ROBINSON, Superintendent. Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agt Missouri Valley, Iowa. W. WELLS, General Agent, Sioux City. \BS Chic%o|Northwestern A I W A 18 TH* Oldest, Best Constructed, Most Progres sive, Best Equipped, BSVCB THE Most Reliable Railway Corporation Of the Great West. It Is to-day, and will long remain the LeatiQE Railw'y of tbe West ft Horthwest It embraces under one Management 2,158 MILES OF ROAD And forms the following Trunk Lines: SUeago.CoucttSla&SCsUfenteLtai, ,, CUeage, eiicx City Taalta Lhi, CUuge, CUata, Satsqu La Cnaia Lisa, CUugo, rraapwt Satafaa Lisa, Chieago, La Cram. Vbeaa Lite. Chicago. St. Faalt lOaaaapella Lisa, si CUeags. Idirukaa Laka Su ariorLh«,' /-11 Chicago, Qtaaa Bay VuqutU Lisa. The advantases of these Lines are If the passenger is going to or from any ooint in the entire West andNorth-West, he can buy his tickets via some one of this Company's lines and be sure of reaching his destination BY IT OR ITS CONNECTIONS. 2. The greater part of its lines are' laid Willi Steel Rails its road bed is perfect. 3. It is the short line between al points. 4. Its trains are equipped with the Westing house Air Brake. Millers Platform and Couplers and the latest Improvements for comfort, safety and convenience (. It is the only Road in the West running the celebrated Pullman Hotel Cars between Chlcj and Council Bluffs. all Important ucago 6. It is the only Road running the Pullman Palace Sleeping Oars either way between Chicago and St Paul, Green Bay.Frswert, La Cresse inona, Oubuqus, McGnger, IWwiidias. 7. No road offers equal facilities In number of through tra'ns, equipped with Pullman Pal ice Sleeping Cars. 8- It makes connections with all lines crossing at intermediate points. The popularity of these lines is steadily In creasing and passengers should consult their In terest by purchasing tickets via this line. Tickets over this route are sold by all Coupon Ticket Agents in the United States and Canaosa. Remember, you ask for your Tickets via the Chicago & North-Western Railway, and' take none other. Dlinois Central Railed Shortest Route to Chicago. SIOUX CITYto CHICAGO Without Change of Can! Oommenclng June 1. 1878. A daily express passenger train' will leave Sioux City. Saturdays excepted, on arrival of train from Yankton. Leave Sioux City at S.16 m. and arrive at Chicago at 3.ao p. m. Sleeping cars run through from Sioux City to Chicago, tale, $2.4(1 on sleeping car. Passengers leaving Chicago, bound west, at 10.00 a. 111., via the Illinois Central railroad, will arrive at Sioux City the next day at il.ao a. ni. An accommodation train will leave Sioux City daily, except Sundays at 6.00 p. m., connecting ,witn through passenger train at Ft.- Dodge. Passengers leading Chicago at *.&0 p. m. imv« at Sioux CityW«M5 a. m. Tralus going east connect at Chicago with all trains for Detroit, Cleveland, Buffalo, Niaican Falls. Pittsburg. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wish? ington, New York, Boston and all parts ot the east. This train connects at Waterloo with trains on the Cedar Falls and the Minnesota branch, leaving Waterloo at 12.21a. m. and arriving at Monaat7 00 a. m., connecting with the Mil waukee and St. Paul railroad trains, and arriv tagat St. Paul at 8.86 p. m. and Minneapolis st Connections are made at Dubuque with trains on the Illinois Central main line, leaving Dubu que at 6.10 a. m„ arriving at Galesburg at 3.3) u. iu., Peoria,8.00 u.m. Burlinaton at S40 p. m.. Rock Island at 0 30 p. m., Qumcy at S.40 p. m. iro at 4.IS a. m. St. Louis at 7.30 a. m., and Connecting at Cairo with trains for Nashville. Vicksbunr-t Mobile, New Orleans all parts of the south. Connections are made at Free port with West ern Union trains, leaving Kn-eport al I CS n. m. and arriving at Racine at 5.43., and Milwaukee at 6.14 p. m. BaBfcase Checked Thcotoib To all important points. For through tickets and Information apply a. the Illinois Central depot Trains run by Dubtuiue time, which is twentt minutes faster than Sionx City. JOSKPH F. TvcuuLClueage. W. P. JOHKSOW, 'TraarMaangH. Oenl 1'inngis «i al. rkheau. T. Wnioirr, Agent,WMuCiiqr