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tif' I J' jlytrtil |iflw. TRjjUUTORT pr BAKO»., \fif-* Yankton, oak. er, March 6th, 1880. FOR SALE. O^I^VICRES of LEAVE fr-, Orric *«FESCNH. PPBLW! BcHOOii. CoUnnrorVAKKTO*. Yaiiktou, MMWU 18,1880.} SfTealtUM, I shiltofferpublloex»niln»ttonfto mil poraom oflnliii tb^diMlvu teachers (or 2^9 fmBTnOT schools of Yankton county, at wtttehllJiM MMtlfleatM will be granted lo all penons iuli^udiftd therefor In moral char* 'flfe^SU^^jlpHriSopariutenJ. ent (o aanoanee that, in addition to the ry subjects of examination, attention will be given to lEetoMldeiatlon of school hogstO, their size. lighting and ventilation to or«*«Bpy »na phonier and the sounds anddlaert^lmarkj of Webster: to the rt as Well a*, the science ot language, aad to the duties ot teacher* and sehooloricersnu-ertheu^ Countv Sunertntendent, NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION THE firm of I. Piles ft Co. is this day dlssol ved by mulutl consent, I. Files continuinR the business. All debts owing to the firm are to be paid to hm and he BssumhiB ul rasponslbl- m,e*" M. PHILLIPS. Yankton, D. T., March 10. 1880. NOTICE. JJA.VING taken possession ot my one-third of Hush Island, NebrasKa. sometimes called Stone's Isiand, under my deed from ex-Cliiel Justice Bliss, this is to noufy all persons to take no cord wood or timber from the said premises without permission from me or iny agent, M. M. Matthleson, Hsq. GEO. D. HILL. Niobrara, Nebrasna, March 9,1880, WANTBD, A GIRL to cook and assist in general house A work. Apply at MAJ. SHAKP'S- FOR SALE. team of horses for sale cheajt. Inquire of BKUUE. FOR RKNT. A DESIRABLE house and large barn, situated on Pearl street betweeu fifth aud blxth streets. The house contains eight rooms, MIIII well, cistern, ete. Possession giveu immediate ly. For terms, etc.,enquire ol K. L. Fletcher, at Bartiett Tripp's Law Otilce. good farming land. 5 miles «JW. west of Yauktou, lor sale cheap for cash, or la exchange for citv property. Alas. J. B. S.TODD, Uouglas Av FOR RENT OR SALE. THETodd farm, 4 miles cast of Yankton. In quire of Mus. J. i. 8. louo, Douglas Av. VOCAL HIMIC. orders for Prof Pellner at the Mer chants una central Hotels, Weber's drug store, Sen's block, or postoinue box 318, Van* ton, Dakota. FOR SALIC. ^OT 18, block 68, Lower Yankton. Apply at this office. REMOVAL. "ITANCOTT & CLARK, the Jewelers, have office. A moved to the Hist store west of the post- WATGUES, CLOCKS, Jewelry and Silverware, at bed rock prices, by VauCott, Clark & Jo„ the Yau^ton jewelers. 4,000 FA'ITERNS Hair Jewelry, manufactured by VanCott & Clark, the jewelers, Yauaton. MOJiKK ro LOAN. Oper N FIRST CLASS FaBM PROPERTY at 10 cent Interest ana reasouaoie commissions, d&wtf WM. UKWKV, Attorney at Law. TO RENT. BOUSE on Broadway. Enquire of A. Kyes, Meruuctuts hotel. TO RENT. A DWELLING HOUdB, four good rooms, pautry, trout aud oac* p.ircu aud cistern. Situated ou Green street, between Fourth aud Fifth. Apply on tne premises. DRBW.AAIU.W ANO STAMPING. MKS. B. E. ROBERTS, dressmaker, respect fully solicits the patronage ot the ladies oi Yauatou. Ail work warranted to give satisfac tion. Patterns cut to orderitud stamping neat ly done, Rooms ou Cedar street, over Wnite's gun store. TO LOAN. MONEY on Real Estate ADE3IRABLE.FAR.ri f4 s|A GEO. W. ROBEBTS. TO EXCUANFE. SO (MM) IH Jtv MERCHANDISE, consisting TPA'JV/VL/ Uats, Oapi, .VJIIJIH and uMiei goods, iu excuange for Faruuug lauas and City tots. Apply to G. #. KOBKBTS. Beat Estate aud insurance tgent. FOR EXCHANGE. of li acres, good new house, with orcaard, near tins Jloiues, Iowa, for a good Dakota stock farm. Apply to 4 E. BUUCK, FAN HUM. FOH SALE OR RENT, ALABGB iIOUSE—live rooms, pantry, wood sued aud oaru. uew uistera. WKU eigat lots feacea, suivie aees, die. per uioutu. Price, ^l.auu rent, 12 FOR SALE OR RENT. SMALL UOU3E.4 roonu, last house on Broad= way. Price, it rent, #5 per month. FOR SALE OR RENT. A HOUSE, beautifully located, commands a Oue view ot the city lots feueed, trees, &e.. formerly ocoupied by A. Jl. Knglisli. Price, 9l,tHM rent, ili per mouth. TO RENT. 'P^O_ HOUSES In Lower Yankton. Keqt, $lo OTIKOB-SALE OX TIME, Address or ap piy to J. PARKER HAY WARD, i. Heal Estate and Insurance, .f -. kmikton, 1). T. CASH- paid for Yankton Connty orders. Apply to GEO. W. UOBERTH. FORSALE. OX TIME, lots 17 and 18 block 45, lower Yank ton. Good resident lots .Apply to U. w. ROBERTS. FOR RENT. ti V-*' ft" Good dwelling houses. Apply to W. I Anewpolnt ttOBERTS. WANTED. MABBIEDHAN, having a team, to go to a inDasoto, where SPECIAL IN DVCEIttNTS are offered. For particulars ad diess P.O. Box, 43?, Yankton Dakota. DENTIST. rittVBlock, Third street, kofa. 'FOR. (ENT. WOfeB^BOOM"on ^Thlrd street/ between Douglas avenue and Capital st Enquire of JOHN SOHMBLL. Opposite post office. WATCHES AND JEWELRY DAPBB BIGS AND 8TBAW WRAPPING Jt FAPKB, In lots to salt purchasers. Apply :atthl*onoe..... tkr fatty fgrttt iii fatotaim YANKTON, DAKOTA. V. Satarday Evening, March 13. 1880. OBSERVATIONS. "UKITIED STATICS SIGN OFFICI, (. Yanktou, D. T.. March is, 1830. Maximum temperature up to 2 P. X. 13° minimum temperature up to 2 p. M. 1°. Bivrr one foot nine inches above low water mai k, a fall of one inch since last report. Snow reduced to water, 0 34 of an inch. 'ytfi RELIGIOUS. Preaching at the piist Church at 11 a. o., and 7:30 p. m, by the pastor Rev. E. J. Brownaon. Sunday school at 12 m. Services at the Methodist chapel'at 11 a, and 7:80 p. m. At the evening service will be given the second lecture on imnir tality. Sutj ct—Is it Probable? All aie invited. Sunday school at noon. Christ Episci pal Church—Rev. John W. Trimble, rector—Services Sunday marninv at 11 o'clock, and Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock, until further notice. Also divine service with lecture on-Wednesday and Fri day evenings of each wrek during lent. LOCAL LACONICS. The storm has left us several inches of wet snow, with indications that it is not yet ended. Swift & Hoffman, of this city, lost about $•100 worth of building paper by the burn ing of Kaucher & Mead's mill at Spring field. The paper was stored in the basement of the mill. A land contest involving the possession of a claim near Alexandria was postponed at the land office this morning. The con test is between Mr. Roach and Mr. Kennedy, the latter being the defendant. Let our readers notice the advertisement of the ballad concert to be held at the COD cregational Churcb, Tuesday evening, March 16. Tickets for sale at the postoffli-e book stire. Turner's music store, and Mot row's photo gallery. J. Parker Hayward has secured the locxl agency of the New York Mutual life insur ance company, one of the old stand-bys, Eli Potter, the special agent of the company has been here several days making the nec cessary arrangements, which have resulted in the company securing a good agent and the agent secuting a good company, 8ioux Falls Pantagraph: Frank Hanley of Sioux Falls, who has been at Yankton upon jury duty, has scooped the champion checker player of the capiial, beating him four games out of five, and has also defeated everybody that has been pitted against him in riding the festive velocipede. Almost everybody that goes to Yankton from Sioux Falls manages to come out first-beet in any sort of contest. IBSSC Piles is now monarch of his ectire shoe store, his partner, Mr. Phillips, bn ing withdrawn from the firm. He baa practically conducted the business alone since the opening of bis store in Yankton, Mr. Phillips being a resident of Council Bluffs. That the business has been suc cessful and prosperous is due the efforts •f Isaac, who Is now to pocket the entire profits of the concern. N. Karr gives us a revised account of his Mecklini adventure. He says thai about three years aso a pnnv -and bridV was stolen from bins. Recently he beirrt that the pony was in the possession of a farmer near Meckling. He went to the place, saw the animxl and while tbe part its who held it were talking the matter over Mr Karr jumped on tbe pony aod wee out of reach before tbe enemy culd brir its art'ilery to bear. He beaded straight for Yanbtoo, renhing n.e Thursday nigbt with his lone loft pony. What promises to be an extended content is now in progress at tbeYankion land office. It involves tbe osressioo oi eighty sens soil lying just north of Marion Junction, the Milwaukee railroad company being the contestant and Mr. Chrixtainn the occupant of the land. A number of witnesses from Marion are present aod there is a probabili ty that they will rot net aw»y before the middle of next. Vale P. TiiiVlman repre sents the railroad company and has Tripp A Boyles for his attorneys. The defendant in the cane is legally represented by French & RusBell. SPRING STOCK ARRIVING EACH DAY. No trouble to show goods. R. A. KETCHUM. FREE LUNCH At tbe Parlor Cigar Store to-night. LADIES NOTICE. Spring Hats and New Goods just re ceived at Mrs. C. A. Lyons & C«.'a milli nery rooms, over Katz's clothing store. ONE HUNDRED CANS. Fresh oysters just received at Jenkinson's. FREE LUNCH. Free lunch at Frank Schoe'a saloon.Serr's block, on Broadway, Saturday evening, March 13.b. Everybody invited. JUST ARRIVED. A large stock of wall piper and a foil line of window curtains and curtain fixtures cheaper than elsewhere in Dakota at E. M. CoaTB'a drug store. Hscker & Greebe once more invite tbe people of this vicinity to call aroond and eqamine tbeir choice stock of cloths for gentlemen's wear. They assert that th-re was never anything so desirable brought Into D«k»ts, and they are prepared to make np tbeir goods in a manner wfelcb will give tbe most perfect satisfaction. Their place of business is on Third street ID Qpwey & Powers' block. LMMR0N TMAL. Arte* L*h S«*g» sad Special £pntr« lary la (rtani and iki Case la Tre •ndid With. FRIDAY AFTKiUK»». IntheUnited8ta.ee court the prooets o' procuring jurv was continued and lbs at torneya were directed to proceed. Tbe United 8tates attorney, by permis sion, presented further authorities. Judge Shannon then gave his ruling upon the objection of the defense to the question of the prosecution, propounded to jurymen regarding the7' willingness to believe sn In dian under oatb. After some general re marks he said that the question before the iurt was of delicate and important char acter and that the court, after mature delib eration, was of the opinion that the question in its present form should not bs allo ved. The prosecuting attorney then put the fol lowing question: Mr. Withee—this is an action by indiciment against the defendant and brought by tbe United States. Tbe government purposes to support its case in part by Indian testimony. The law of the the land allows such testimony. Have you anv prejudice or bias that under such evi dence would prevent you from rendering a verdict according to the law cf the land Defendant objected, btcause of the form and the objection was sustained. The prosecuting attorney then asked the following question Mr. Withee—this is an indictment in which the defendant is charged with a felony. The government purposes to support its case in part by Indi an testimony. The law of the land allowe that such testimony is competent. Have you any opinions on the subject of such spe cies of testimony as would disqualify yc from weighing such testimony impartially Objected to by tbe defendant, and ruled out, because of the Shape sad ?ofm. Tbfc court then allowed the following to be put:-. Mr. Witbee—thlarls an action by Indtetraetit against the defendant$brooKht bv the United States^ The government purposes to anpport its ease in part by In dian testimony. The law of the land de clares that such testimony is competent Are you sensible of any *uch prejudice or bias therein as may effect your action as a juror? Tbe defendant having no objection, the question was put and the juror replied that he bad sucb. The prosecution put another question of like purport, wbich waa overruled. The prosecution asked the following question: Do you bold soy opinions wbich may disqualify you from renderings verdict in this case according to the evi dence? No objection. Tbe juror replied that he had. Frank M. Withee waa accepted and sworn. Joseph Willisms wss then called, and, after being subjected to similar Interroga tions, was accepted and sworn. John Clementson was next called, ques tioned, and peremptorily challenged by the defense. T. F. Hanly, next called, was accepted and sworn. George Norbeck was called and per emptorily challenged by the defenre. Frederick Heuer waa next called and accepted and sworn. Dr. Wixon was next called and per emptorily challengtd by the prosecution. George W. Gilcrist was next called and accepted and sworn. William Elliot was called" and excused by the defense. Torger Nelscn was called and excused by the defense. Newman NaSh was next called and ex cusrd by the defense. Wiliiam B. Fauss was called and excused by the defense. DanielS. Waldo was called and excuatd Ky the defense. Francis W. Harrison was called and ac cepted and sworn. Frank S. Emerson was called and ac cepted and sworn. Arthur J. Parshall was called and ac cepted and sworn. Charles F. Mallaban was called and accepted and sworn. Solon M. Ditboll was called and excused by the prosecution. William Sims, being called, stated that he had an opinion in the case and was challenged for cause by the prosecution. G. W. Harlan was called and excused by the defense. Chsuncey Wright was called and accepted and sworn^ William H. Ball, being called,'stated that he had a prejudice or bias which he thought would influence him in determining the ver dict. He was challenged for cause by the defense Jacob Branch was called and excused by the defense. Tbe, regular panel was then exhausted, and there being only eleven jurors in the box, the United States attorney moved: that a venire issue requiring the marshal tosum mons jurors from without this city and county. To this the defendants objected, but said they would have nothing to say nntil the jurors were brought in. After an address to the jury, in regard to their duty, they were dismissed by the ju ige In the charge of sworq officers and the 'c iort waa adjourned until 9:30 Saturday toornlng. 8ATUBDAY FORENOON was devoted to waiting for the return of Deputy Marshal Burdick, who had gone out into the granger fields with a special venire for four fresh jurymen, it being the special request of tbe prosecution that no residents of our city be brought in a* jurors. About oooo the officer returned, bringing with him P. K. Slear, Delaius Hintnan, Robert Cribs and C. W. Leaning. SATCBDAT AFTKSNOON. The eleven kworn jurors were brought In to court and further proceedings ordered to Nt be had Is obtain a jury la the case. The lalttaea we-e then called and answered to their names. Peter J. Slear called and excuse*! by (he prosecution. Robert D. Crebs called and excused by the defense.^ Delatus Hinman called, accepted and aworn. The list of jurors as finally agreed upon and sworn is as follows: Joseph Williams, Boo Homme coui.ty. F. W. Harrison, Bon Homoe county. Frederick Heiser, Armstrong county. Ole Gundersqn, Union county, Chsrles F. Mallaban,- Union county. Frank W. Withee, Yankton county. George W. Gilcrirt, Yankton county. Chauncy Wright, Hanson county. A. J. Parshall, Hanson county. Frank S. Emerson, Minnehaha county. Thomas F. Hanly, Minnehaha county. Delatus Hinmnn, Yankton county. Tbe-jury being complete, they sll an awe red to their names. The indictment wss then read to tbe jury by tbe prosecuting attorney. It charged the defendant in effect as follows: Coukt 1 -With presenting for allowance and approval a false claim—wbich was talse in this, that be reported that be baft on hind at the close of a certain week 1,918 pounds of tobacco, whereas be actually bad 6000 pounds of tobacco that he further reported 888 Indians as tbe number under his charge, when tbe number was actually 750 that be reported as tbe number of ra tions issued to said Indisns during tbe week as being 0,103, whereas the number was actually 5 890. Tbe second count wss the charge of mak ing a false voucher, account or certificate in support of the above claim. The third count was a charge of embezzle ment and the conversion of the excess of tobacco not accounted for in such false re port. After said reading, the prosecuting attor ney addressed tbe jurv, explaining the case more fully and stating what he proposed to prove in support of the same. HENRY ARTHUR was called as the first witness for the prrse cution. This witness was called to iden'ify certain papers which were to be offered in evidence to the jury. After stating that he was a clerk in the office of the interior de partment at Washington, he was asked to identify a paper marked "A," which he did over an objection by the defense. This paper was then offered in evidence. Defen ant objected to this, which wss sustained by the court, but after some further questions were asked of witness to the signsture, the court overruled the ob jection and the paper was read in evidence, This paper purported to be a weekly report of. affairs at Crow Creek agency for tbe Week ending March 16,1S78. It was signed and certified by Henry F. Livingston, stating the properly then on hand and tbe issues for said week. This paper states the amount of tobacco in hand to be 1,913 pounds. Tbe issue of rations for the w-f to be 6,102. The number of Indians receiving rations to be 8SS. Milwaukee lager beer and lunch at Frank Cochrane's. The most reliable vegetable flower seeds and Jralbs, at BIATT & Received: Ooe hundred and tbtrtv-five barrels of extra choice New York eating apples, in first class condition. W. J. BHCCE. Parties nwning uncultivated land in tbe vicinity of Yankton and who di sire to sell the same to actual settlers, sre requested to leave a descripti'n their property witb J. PARKER HAYWARD, Secretary Chamber of C- mmerce, Yankton, D. T. FIRST SPRING GOODS OF THE SEASON, Just received. A well selected stock of foreign and domestic goods, consisting of French, English aid American -suiting*, spring over coatings, and a fancy lot ot pants goods, which I am prepared to make up in the latest aod most fashionable man ner and at reasonable prices. M. GRADY, First door w«st Jenck's hotel, 3d St. NOTICE. At a meeting of tbe chamber of com merce Monday evening 9tb inst., an asses*, ment of $3 was made upon each member, who are requested to leave tbe same witb tbe secretary at bis office and save bim tbe time and trouble of calling on each separate ly. Membership fees #5 J. PARKER HATWABD, Sec. Brown's Household Panacea. Is the most effective Pain Destroyer in the world. Will most surely quicken tbe blood whether taken internally or applicn externally, and thereby more certainly Re lieve Pain, whether chronic or acute, than any other pain alleviator, and it is warran ted double the strength of any similar pre paration. It cares pain in the Side,Back or Bowels, Sore Throat, Rheumatism, Toothache, and All Aches,and is tbe Great Reliever of Pain. Brown's Household Panacea" should be in every family. A teaspoonful of tbe Pana cea in tumbler af hot water [sweetened, if preferred], taken at bedtime, will Break op a Cold. 25 i:ts. a hotH* Much Siehneas. Undoubtedly with children, attributed to other causes, is occasioned by W irms. Browns Vermifuge ComfiML or Worm Loz enges, although effectual in destroying worms, oan do no possible injury to the most delicate child. This valuable com bination has been successfully nse1 by phy s'cisns, and found to be absolutely sure in eradicating worms, ao hurtful to children, twenty-five cents a box. .• ... ». Highest cash price paid for rags and met* ale at J. C. Monona's Capital Store SEVEN REASONS Why iks Delegate Brass (lie TeefMei* UsaM Qa is iks Chicago Csswsllss' UqlMlrweto*, To rA Prut and IMhtaia». 1st. It is establishing a precedent, which will eventually place the control of this great government in the hands of a few men that have always made politics their study. 2d. We the people of this territory csn well see that great dissatisfaction is felt In the east, through the action of the conveo lions of N»w York and Pennsylvania. 31. Why should the majority of the peo ple be controlled by the few For the sim ple reason that they hold their appoint ments through the influence they now have, and may have with the future admiaistra tion. •», 4th. There are three candidates in the field, all of which ara.good men. It is not for the few here to say which would make the best president. 5th. When a person writes an article headed "Grant for President," it is time for the community to think that there are a* good men in the country as Gen. Grant. 6th. Although at tbe convention Grart may have nearly enough votes to elect him in case of a split, delegates from New Yoik and Pennsylvania, or a majority of them will vote for Blaine, which'will place us, if instructed, on the wrong side of the fence. 7th. In my opinion, and in the opinion of the majority of the people in this terrlo two terms as president,-a war record and reception abroad such as he has received, is enough to satisfy tbe most fastidious. Thirty Carr'a. BUERDORF'S. Cents a Ooaen at Walter H. L. Sampson continuea to sell feed at the tollowing low prices: Corn ground for feed 80 cente per cwt corn and barley ground for feed 80 cents per cwt. corn and oats ground for feed 90 certs per cwt. And will deliver it to any part of the city free of charge, PERSONAL. Governor Howard is in Washington. W. W. Brigga, of Sioux Falls is taking his share of the blizzard among Yanktcn friends. M. A. Fuller, editor of the Marion Ga zette, is attending the Marion Junction land contest case as a witness. N. C. Nasb,.formerly of the Sioux Valley News, but 1 itterly of the United States jury has gone to Canton to see how his newspa per has been progressing in his absence. Frack B. Mclotyte, brother of Byron Mclntyre, of this city, arrived from the 8an Juan silver regions last'evening hi8 spent five years in that famous regiot and brings veiy encouraging reports from the mines. THE RIVER. Captain H. J. King, last year master ol Meade, will this year have charge of the Fonte ielle. Cap'ain J. W. Gillmsn will commsnd tbe C- Peck during tbe coming naviga tion eeason. Captain T. D. Marine, who commanded tbe nion last year win this season set as naster of the Penintl, Capt. W. W Baker has been assigned to be Nellie Peck as master and Wm. T. Oilman, clerk. Capt. Bkur was on tbe Penlnsh last year. Capt. Wm. Sims will be master of th General Terry this season and G'. Hushes, clerk. C«pr. Sims has been on the Nellie Peck for several seasons past. Tbe Merchauts bil lard parlors have been moved to a location one door north of Eo tound's and Wvnn's bank. Uiifl-ivored Havana cigar only a nickel at Jenkinsou's. Dr. W. H. H. Block, Yankton. Brown, dentist Union The Vallate Belt Co., Marshall, Mleh. Will send their celebrated Eieciro Volinr Belts to tbe afflicted upon 30 days triHl. Speedy cures guaranteed. Tbey mean what they say. Write to them wiiuou' delay. A Public Concert WILL BE GITSN AT THE Congregational Church, —os- Tuesday Evening, March 16, 1880, TAR-By some of the Musical talent of YANK TOS. The programme will embrace clilelly bal lads, oldland new Songs iu character and ln stiumentalpieces, Proceeds for the Universalis* Pariah. Benefit of the VConcert commences at 8 o'clock. VAdmlsslon—so cents. Children 36 ccnta. VTICKBTS for sale at— rpt ).*•• Turner's music Store, Festofltee Beok Store, and at Morrows Photo Gallery. IS^The Piano will be furnished by Mr. W. H. TURNER, of the Mnaic 8tore. WELLS HENDERSHOTT ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. YANKTON, DAKOTA. Orril E over Flrtt National Batik. FOB WEKK OR MONTH, for MI* at l^ess aod DalkoUlan counting room. ST. CROIX LOWER CO. YANKTON, D. T. Pine O E I PROPRIETOR, -Manufacturer ol- DOMESTIC AND HAVANA CIGARS 35 Different Brands! VE ME IP wn ^1 i«H-r.k-.-. XTVvAv DEALERS in and Hard Woo^ Lumber. Also Lath, Doora, Shingles, Sash, Blinds and Building Faper. I 5 W 5 ~V TE- ... Orders by mall will receive prompt attention GROCERIES. Blatt & Buerdorf Wholesale and Retail SIUIM 111 STAPLE UNTJWT'RCCTED. CHOICE ORANGES' yTJ/i \r:} -'s AND FANCY IS a*- v-r. BROADWAY. Hi YANKTON. DAKOTA COOL MILWAUKEE E E THE CELEBRATED Jos. Schlitz Milwaukee Beer! ON TAP. The quantity I sell enables me to keep It fresh at all times. GEO. BROWN, THIRD 8TRBBT. N YANKTON TT blGARJACTORl F. HIRSHSTEIN, CALL ELSEWHERE. BKFOKE I'UKCHASINO Try and patronize HOME INDUSTRY and you will receive bptter satisfaction than from patronizing outside enterprises. My Success It Your Own. WINES AND LIQUORS. THE OLDEST LIQUOR HOUSE W TUB NOR Til WSS Adler & Ohlman WHOLESALE Liquor Dealers, YANKTON, DAKOTA. Keep constantly on band the following brands qt liquors: McBrayer's, Taylor's, Shawhan, Anderson County, Monock and Cutis Rook Kentucky Whiskies! Also, Oar Favorite UIXiXJSB, GOLD SPRING, BXjITB QBA8B, BOYD, *0., *o. Which we are selling at very low prices. Also atwlstockof Imported Wines and Liquers. Tlie laritest stock of Bver brought' to tbe Territory. tlHinhirt'T Kay Wast a specialty. Sole agents for Schlitz's Milwaukee Beer •r sat Caws. In ftot evegthtng usually ka*Lia a bat elans pared tojli ofdervforaaveWnti- ipiarama* ever before. ADIJBB OHLMAN.