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XOT A FULL KKPORT.
Owing to some misunderstanding be
tween the operator at Biuux City and the
parties with whom we have contracted for
oar telegraphic dispatches, we are unable
to present to-day a fall report. The matter
will be arranged and probably to-day.
The Rwtetian Aronutl Pnrktowiu
We have been shown a letter received
yesierday morning by Mr. A J. Sweetser,
of Yankton, from M^. Bkkett, late U. 8.
agent of the Ponca Indians, wntten from a
point not far from Sionx City, in which he
states ori the authorityof one of the leading
business men of western Iowa that The
Black Hills clubs, I understand, of this
section, are terribly down on 81onx City
folks, and a reaction offeellng—cooling of
enthusiasm about it—seems growing hero."
THE SIOUX CITY SAND HILL
PILGRIMS!
THEY DA9N SIOUX CITY!
And Throaten to
John Gordon!
'1 4
..' From
the
'..OBI
.iii
Niobrara Pioneer, Aprlflt
Last Sunday we took a r'd down
Kemma, a settlement about 10 miles north
east of Creigbtun on the Sioux City Black
Hills route, and we had occasion to inter
view several of the heart-sickened immi
grants to the land of gold. The person
whom we gleaned most from was
CAPTAIN HABRT COX,
a leader of a Kansas party. We asked
him, as an introduction, bow be liked the
Sioux City route to the Black Hills. He
-replied it was "a h—11 of a route/' and
gjgiwent on to curse 8ioux City in the strong
est terms for sending them to make a road
for that place. He said that this was their
eecond Sunday out, and they only had
made, in a bee line, about 100 miles and
had gone over 73 miles out of their way to
do that. They were obliged several times
to let their wagons down by ropes over ra
vines, and often went around bluffs 10 or
9Q miles to make a distance of 3' miles.
Superintendent Meckling, of the Dakota
Southern Railroad, offered them free pas*
•age to Yankton if they wanted to go, and
just as they had almost made up their
minds tn go,
A SACK OF FIX»UB TO A WAOOST,
with the promise of plenty mora when
they reached Creigbton, at Sioux City pri
ces, was given them as an inducement to
ment in furnitfbing flour and a short runte.
If taatterb continue like this,
(IOBDOX VOCW VR D.VHOGI)
got he Cheyenne mute. Captaiu Cox was
very free with his declarations, and indeed
so wer$.$Jj with we had t»ny conver
sation.
The Pioneer says further in a sbon edi
torial:
Infinitely better for the whole North-
The Big Muddy at Bismarck.
?. BISMARCK, D.
ST. PAI L,
nni
•gM 1M
April
I
.OKIK)\,
l'atti was killed in a duel.
".§#6-
to
cross at Sioux City. He says that the bus£ Sargent Fussier and private Liggers
ness men were very anxious and willing to! of my command were killed.
help them away from the city, but they,
were by no means fulfilling their agree
Niobrurn. lie said that he had written to' decrease, 92,078,500 specie decrease,
other pariiest n»t to come this way, but to *1,9(}» ,300 legal tenders
AO Onit. .1 f.- .»
west would it have been had Sioux City iforson and
acted fairly and squarely towards its sup
porters in directing the Black Hills parties
on a traveled road to that spot. As it is
she has received the condemnation of every
man, and Cheyenne, which is the fartherest
from the East than any other route, will
receive a greater share of the travel to the
mils. Sioux City, for the sake of spiting
Yankton, baa in the end spited itself and
lost the confidence of the miners, and
probably will be the means of the death of
Capt. John Gordon, one of their own citi
zens, for threats of hanging him have al
ready been declared, which we have heard
I with our own ears."
April
posite Fort Lincoln, lus been wwbed
MV. No lives lost. .No excite-!
ment here till the gorernnwint opens1
the Black Hills to legitimate occnpa-1
21.-Pleas-!(?r™V'umbtT"f
ant Point, on the Missouri river op. °"d o'1""
24.-^*»»—!
through Lake frepin is open. TI,e|^Ue",,0»
CiiAUi.iwrox, S. C., April 23—Two
colored' murderers Burclt and Hardee
were reprieved to-day hy the colored
lieutenant governor in the absence of
Ciav. ('hamberlain.
%pril 24.—Dispatches! St. 1
Louisiana.
NKW Oiti.KAXs, April 24.—Both
•vr of the legislature have ad
(li f.
A Stir Among* the
Bed Men.
tSM
Nineteen ChejreimM Rereive an
CnceremonionH Qnletn*.
1
1
^•v
Omie Wwrlen TfeitatealBK
RoHnmptiou of Brighant Yonmr's
Ann Eliza Troubles.
Spain Pairs for Some of the Blood
ofctne Virginias Grew.
StMjr tha Miss—psHi Water
re*.
PrepsrstiMM Iter tke Iates4«i Hon
or* to raiiiasl Mecioskjr.
Fight with the Cheywine»-¥ineteen
Warriors go to the Happy Hutt
ing Ground Reservation.
186
Signed,
1
v-
A
ri^Thc river is 17 feet alovc low water April s. The situation
fciark.. .on the-L. 1. railroad is unchanged
in a A to a
"'i fihe Mississippi jpyn. prevailed over the entire line from
steamer Jake Means passed through •^'•yed ea« bound pawengers and
the lake at 2:30 p. m. Navigatlon is i"*1.'81"^ tl» br«k diis afternoon,
now open from St. Anthony'* fall, to ik
the guit: rMc"?era. r,llJ.„more
..
Kvanston to North
6uPP08e!11,,ll,t
Hurderers Beprieved. when the road will be in running or
p-':
Foot of Snow on the
U. P. Railroad.
Ponies Gaptnrod.1
CHICAGO,
April
24—The
telegram was received at the military
headquarters in this city to-day:
MONUMENT,
Kansas, April
attacked, at daylight yesterday morn
ing, on the North Fork of Sappei
Creek, a party of sixty Cheyennes,
which 1 believed to be some of those
who bad not been at the agency
cut off twenty-seven from the ponies
and demanded their surrender. My
demand was answered by a volley,
when 1 attacked them again, and
after a desperate resistance they were
all killed. Nineteen warriors, includ
ing two chiefs and medicine men,
were among1 the dead. I captured
one hundred and twenty-five ponies.
The remainder of the Indians escaped
with apart of their camp, consisting
of 12 lodges and all of their effects.
AUSVIN HBNLY,
Lieutenant Sixth Cavalry.
How York Votes.
YORK-,
April
NEW
the first opportunity. Captain Cox further. ......
said that it waa represented to bis party cago Hock Island and Pacific Railroad
that all tbs country in Dakota beyond Company begun to-day to pay their
Yankton was an Iodian reset vation, but we: dividends without rebate,
Informed him that tbc»y were obliged to
enter uo Indian country in going to the t, .Pm®nt daj one million,
jlills by way of Yhnkton, Springfield and *,a'" 8°'"
VoL 1. YANKTON, DAKOTA TERRITORY, MONDAY MORNING,
ss»i^Sfaisi......,,.,.....
wmm
24.—The
Du munf tn
increase.
•3,070,300 deposits decrease, #80,
000 circulation decrease, #180,000
reserve decrease, ft 1,833,150.
Fresh disseusions in the loan board
of underwriters have retired two com-
P»nies.
Srational
The Broadway aqd the Jef-
others
promise a speedy
departure.
The undercutting of dishonest com-
auies is alleged to be the cause of
Trust Company against the
Robert Gleason gang of forgers, re
sulting in a verdict in favor of plain
tiffs for *33,000, the full accounts
claimed.
The memory of Ceryantas, the
great Spanish author, who died April,
23,1810, was honored yesterday by
solemn mass of lequiem in the morn
ing and a grand festival in the eve
ning, at both of which were present a
reprMeurttiveiof (he
mUnm
Dl" r,°J A,tof,W,Bl'"
cuur
ljOI1( found in 1872, against several hun
s- dred persons for alleged whisky
The Missouri Biver Mockaded hy the'frau^*
.?idg5*' Snowed In on the TJ. P. Boad-Salt
(7MAHA. April 24.—Steamers are q£
unable to pass the bridge at this place.
the
wnb the consent of nil,
s'™{/! ,n.
,he
'•"•'M'jent
New York mail received here is April
JOth.
On tho War Path.
A»UI«,
from St, Pflis report to Mar(|iiis de' Colfecville, Kansas, state that a large
Couf, that the husband of Adeline hand of Osage Indians have escaped
from the the Ogagc Agency and are
moving toward south western Kansas,
where it is said they will take re
venue for the killing of four of their
ribe by tjie state militia. Settlers
are fleeing for their lives.^
A.
platt«.
Vuviiration ^vanston to North Platte, ouow nas
doP'h
Snow has
°f ®Te
inche«- A|j
to
m?r™w-
io night it is difficult to tell just
dcr, but it is thought that by Tuesday
the road will be passable.
SAI.T LAKE,
April
24.—The
latest
April 24 —Advices ffiiita
Mliil VERMILLION.
Hon
Joseph Mason Drowned
Flood Subsiding.
Imperial to the Pmaa and Dakotilan.]
VERMILUOV,
D. T., April
24—The
body of Joseph Mason, ex-member of
Dakota legislature, who was drowned
recently in the overflow here, has not
yet been found. Hia family was in
a very destitute condition, Mrs. Ma
son approaching confinement. It is
considered a very sad case as Mason
stood well in the community. The
Free Masons rained over #100 to send
Appointment—Payment of Idemnitv
£fcma«MM4 Disaster wkfekiaarDia-* —Dividend Declared. of the burning steamer and they
were still aboard when the boats were
WASHINGTON,
The president has not yet accepted
fi auk
following
24—1
Chi
j„„
00,11
bank statement loans
forty-five thousand of the eighty
thousand dollars on account of the
Virginius affair.
Tha comptroller of the currency
has declared a dividend of 10 per
cent, in favor of the creditors of the
first national bank of Mansfield,
Ohio, making in all a. dividend of 35
percent.
Golden Vows From the Kills.
CIIEYKXXE,
W. T., April 23.—Tlie
inera taken out by troops from the
nion stockade in Custer's Gulch,
lack Hills, are now on their way to
this city from Ft. Laramie, and will
arrive here to morrow. Three of the
party came in this evening in the
stage in advance of the command,
bringing back with them a sufficient
amount of placer gold, ard gold and
silver bearing quartz to demonstrate
that Under more favorable auspices
mining can be made profitable. There
were two feet of tnow in the hills at
the time they left, and they reported
the winter as having been unusually
severe, rendering it all but impossible
to do successful prospecting. It
snowed for 3 days previous to their
leaving the hills. They left on the
10th and arrived at Ft. ]*aramie under
the military escort on the 18ih. The
party, composed of sixteen men one
woman and a hoy, are in good health,
and all unite in praising the advanta
j^e* and rich resources of the Black
Hills and they desire to return to the
hills. On accouut of the haste of the
militarj' to remove them from the
hills one-half of the outfit and cattle
were left lieliind. From the time
they entered the hills until they de
parted they never saw an Indiau.
They report deer, mountain sheep
and wolves abundant, and say beaver
are also plenty in the streams. The
cattle and horses brought from the
hills by the military got fat there on
the grasses found in the valleys and
hills. Chas. Collins, who left for Ft.
Laramie last night, came in advance
of the miners on the stage. They
will come in government wagons
Sunday and leave here on Monday.
Reports from Red Cloud and Spot
ted Tail agency say that numerous
bands of miners are constantly pour
ing into the hills.
The Chiefs who go to Washington
for the purpose of treating for the
Black Hills are expected to leave here
in a few days.
Beligions Ceremonies.
NKW YORK,
April 24.—Monsigiieur
Renicetti, after delivering the pallium,
the insignia of Arch Episcopate rank
to Bishop Henry, of Milwaukee, will
visit Canada himself with other mem
bers'of the legation. They will re
turn to New York this evening, ac
companied by the very reverend Vicar
General Quinn and right reverend
Bishop Bayley, who has been dis
patched by the Pope to the office of
imposing the berritta on liis emi
nence, Cardinal McCloskey. The on
ly primates who have arrived thus far
are the most reverend Archbishop
Connelly, of Halifax, and right rever
eud Bishop Sal pent, of Arizona. The
demand for tickets of admission to
the cathedra] to witness the ceremony
is extraordinary. In addition to arch
bishops, bishops and chiefs of the reg
ular clergy of the country, almost one
thousand persons are expected.
Brigham and Bis Ann Blixa.
for contempt of court for failing to
a„„ ,1.^ ..w^.it.i..
•••'... "V" ., ... SM •, #& .., ••'". ... ... ...
't'&i&'J •'•*''5:'-F .•
-The
the family to Fon du Lac, Wis.,1 amounting to $80,000.
where the parents of Mrs. Mason re-J
NKW ORLKAXS,
"ml Bettia Musgrave, daughter of Capt.
The flood here shows signs of Reese, of Pittsburgh is the only per
abatement and trains are expected to son lost from the steamer Exporter,
run regularly by Af^nday. whose name has been ascertained.
the resignation of Attorney General of consteruation is reported at-Minne
Williams.
1
The Spanish government Has paid celebrated tuniiel whicH has given so
•AM
A ^AAIAALFTAAA I
Sentenced.
NF
\Y
YOUK,
Hudson

DAILY ^RESSlAND DAROTAIAN.
Death on the Mississippi—Three Tea
sels Burned and Several
Lives Lost
NKW OULKAXH,
April
54.—About
4 o'clook this afternoon afire broke
out in the steamer John Kvle lying at
foot of Poydras street. She drifted
out in the stream and burned, commu
nicating the flames to the steamers
Bodman ar.d Exporter, which also
burned. Several lives were lost,
among whom was the daughter of
Capt. Rees of the Exporter, and
Capt. Shrinkle of the Bodman. The
three vetsela were a total loss,
April
D. C., April 24-—:g©t, adrift. It is supposed quite a
Thomas C.Woodward of Iowa has number of those people were lost.
been appointed examiner in chief in ?—.—
the patent office. Threatened Destruction by Flood.
ST. PAUL,
April
24.—Mrs.
W a a is
WASHINGTON. covered to be oo fire ra.nv per»o.i«
frotr. shore rushed on board the Bod
man and
expected to get a better view
24.—A
good deal
apolis causcd by another break in the
T. I A
A A. —.
much trouble before. An immense
amount of private and government
money has been expended in endea
vors to patch up this unfortunate hole
and preserve the falls and the water
power. The extent of t|ie present
disaster is not known those who
are conversant with the matter being
extremely reticent for fear that the
credit of the city and its business men
will suffer.
ST. LOI IS,
April
Siorx
Lewis, of the firm of Webster, Lewis 1 beeves wanted at $5.7^7.1.1 stockers,
& Co., which recently failed, commit [email protected] Chicago butchers' stuff $5.50
ted suicide at his home yesterday.
23.—This
CITY,
morning
at 1 o'clock, Patrick Andrew com
mitted suicide by cutting his throat.
He worked hard to make a statement
before he, died but expired before
medical aid arrived.
la., April 24.—Nellie
Clefford, a frail one aud a resident
here for some years attempted suicide
to-day by taking morphine. Dr.
Guyton was summoned to the bed
side of the girl, and upon investiga
tion the ease was considered past as
sistance as she turned purple in the
face and was apparently dying but
skillful remedies leaves now some
prospect of her recovery^
April SJ3.—In the
Co. court, New Jersey, Fred­
erick lermer, late cashier Hoboken
Avenue Bank, was sentenced by the
judge M) various terms of imprison
ment, altogether amounting to eiglrty
eight ears. 1
Crime...---
FHII.ADKLHIIA,
April
23.—A
cation has been discovered in the
Western Union telegraph officp in this
city, and John R. Hener, chief clerk
of tlie late superintendent, has ab
sconded. The officers state that the
defalcation will amount to between
$5,000 and *0,000.
Obitnary.
ST.
I
.OR IS,April 2-1—A.
CORN—Active, unsettled, weak and low
er, closed firmer No. 2. 73^73
fie for new,
70}.» for spnt, 7:{@74^c closed 73 "o'c
hid'tor May, ®l
,^74J^c
$15.50i(Al5.52/,a
ne
pa Ann hliza the monthly sum of 14^4.75 common to choice, $4.95L«
hve hundred dollars,ahmonv. 1550
defal­
li. Barrett,
mayor of this city, died suddenly
about half past four o'clock this
morning.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
"... rblraffo.
CnicAfiO, April *24.
Fi.oi:it— Dull and unchanged.
WHEAT—Fairly active, weak, lower and
unsettled No. 1. $100 No. 2, $1 Olf
1.02 closed outside for regular, $1.01tor
cash or April, $1.01^ closed
$l.02M for May, $1.04»^»1 Oil dosed
$1.047M for June No. :L, l)0(CIHJi. reject
ed. (MK^Olc.
closed 74*|C bid
for June high unxed 73f^'c rejected. 70c.
OATS—Weak and lower closed firm:
strictly fresh, 01 Vj'c for regular No. 2 01 40
for cash or April Ol^^Ol^c closed out
1 side for May OS'o—H2'jC closed outside
for June.
RVB—Dull, firm and a shade higher No.
2, $1.00# 1.07.
BARLEY—$1.22 for April $1.16cr?1.18
for May.
PROVISIONS—Pork quiet, and opened
12J.»c lower at $22.00 for cash $21.75 lor
May $22.00er22.50 for June. Lard mod
erately active and lower at $13.30 for cash
for May $15 07}£ 15.70
for June. Bulk meat* steady and un
changed, Butter firm nnd unchanged.
E a at 1 2 0 1
WiiiSKir—*1.12)2 bid.
LATKIt.
On call board this afternoon, wheat and
... corn unchanged. Oats J^c higher. Pork,
SAKT LAKE, April 24.—Brigliam $22 05 forJime. I^ard, large sales at. $15.75
Young was suintnoued to appear to-1 l"r
day before Chief Justice Lowe to
show cause why lie should not be held
New V*rk.
XBW YORK,
nl-if
April
24.
Fwu:n—Less active super Western.
Hay at
f-lw
WHBAT—Less active No. 2 Chicago,
[email protected] No. 3 Northwestern, $1.20®
1.22 No. 2 Milwaukee, [email protected] un
graded Iowa and Minnesota spring, 91.14®
1.25 winter red Western,
Rv*—Dull.
nART.KY—Steady.
CORN—Moderate demand: mixed Went
ern, 0yȣ(gi04c yellow, 04e.
OATS—Active and firmer mixed West
ern, 78^@70c.
PROVISIONS—Pork lower fftw f22.00
Lard firmer prime steam, l.Vac. Butter
unchanged.
WHISHT—Firmer, at 13.
St* Lsahu
ST. LOUIS,
April
Fi/ocit—I'nchanged.
WHEAT—A shade higher No. 2 red win
ter, $1.33J£ for cash $184^ for April
$1.8414 for May $1.88^ for June.
CORN—Higher No. 2, 73}for
cash 7fl^c for June.
OATS—tliaher No. 3, G4J4&<KC in ele
vator, 04ifc for April.
BARLBY AND RYE—-Unchanged
PROVISIONS—Pork held firmly at $22.50.
Bulk meats easier.- Lara held at 15^c.
WHISKT—Held higher.
BARI.BT—Quiet and weak No. 2 nomi
nally lower at $1.15.
Gold, 115)4
Governments lirmi
Coniionp, "Ht Conponx, 'fi? ..ItiJii
C'jn|»on», ia..
Iit34-
34.
•Wlwaik«f.
MILWATJKEK,
April
FLOUR—Quiet and unchanged.
WHEAT—Firm No. 2, $1.06 for cash
$1.08^ for May.
OATS—Dull and neglected No 2,00c.
CORN—Dnll and lower No. 1,70c.
RYE—Scarce and firm No. 1 in
$1.10.
Llverposl.
LIVBRFOOL, April &
RHEA OSTLFFS—Quiet winter wheat. 0s
[email protected] Od spring. 8* [email protected] 0d white, 0s
@0.t 3d club, 9s [email protected] Dd. Corn, 84s 9d
@85s.
Live Stock Market*.
in cjuicAca
CmcAGo, April 24.
CATTI.R—Receipts, 8.000. Market active
and steady, with prices fully sustained. Ad
vices from tho east were favorable, showing
Suicides.
w'K*Ph4f' 'advBnc,,d prices common toextra'sbipping
@3.75.
Hoes—Receipts, 10,000. Market fairly
active, steady aod firm, with prices uo
Changed choice and extra grades are very
scarce at extreme prices poor to choice ba
con grades, $7.50(^7.00 poor to extra
heavy, $7. .*ft 0.25.
sr. Lorn
ST. Lovis, April 24.
C.vrri/K—Receipts, 400. Market steady,
and g««d demand for best grades good na
tive shippera, $0.25 common to fair native
butchers, [email protected] 23 mixed stock, $4.50©
5.05 common Texan*, $2.02*^.
HOGS—Receipts,,1,100
Market lower
shippers, $050^725 bacon, $7.4007.85
good to choice, *7.9(H?'S.40.
NfW Vork iTVoney and Stoek Market.
NEW YORK, April 24.
Money closed easy at 2" per cent.
Conpun*, '«W ..!«?»
Coupon*. I1M1M 116s
COU|MII«, *63.. ....i«t\ ne«r fis..... .......l.S»£
CMII|HIUM,
new,.....
131 curreucic*
Stocks firm early in the day, and gener
ally higher. -I
HL''!!• .......Try St. l»anl. ...........S7»i
Haciflc Mall 44» St. l»««l ifd 06U
N. Y. Central li»«i W bauh 1 M«i
Kilo... aoy Wabarh pfd
Krie pfd......
V. W.
If. W.'iiM....
ttuck t»i:ind..
•S :0. A N..i...«t..a«a.Vr^
I'nton Factflc.i.....7bfi
.85 Lake Shore 71
1U
GEEG0EY BfiOTHEES,
BROADWAY, YANKTON.
Kinext stock of
—Staple and Fancy Cirorcriea—
In tho we*I. Pare Confectionery In otock.
Favorite Br»n]« of Cigars A Tobacco
llf A apfldalty.
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERSIN
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES.
Proposals for Hay.
Orrica or CAXMISSABT OT SUBAMEMCK.
NT. Pavl. MIMM. April 4.1ST5.
VJBALED PROP SALS, IN DUPLICATB, hUB
O ji'ct to tho nitual conditions, will tie received
at tbu office umil IS o'clock M., May 11, IttTB, for
formatting Itny tor tlio SulMtatcncu Dupartment,
1'. S. Army. a« follow*:
At Port Buford, U.T..900tons Port Stcvenaon.
D. T., ISO tons Port Rice. D. T, 140 ton* ttrand
Riv«r, 0. T, 25 ton* Port Sully, D. T., 8S0 ton*
Lower Brule Agcncy, U. T., 75 ton*, Fort Wads
worth, D. T, ItU Ions.
Tube g'HKl prairie hay,
free
from wetda, rnt
thi* year, properly cured, delivered, and securely
(•ticked ai iho post* before September 15.1875.—
NeJwiMle pro|MMla must be made for each poat.
Rach pn|iw«al mu*t be accompanied hy a bond
(lu ihe aunt or $ 09.) duly signed by two re*p»n
«ibic perMins, tnat ii the proposal be accepted, a
com rue tin the usual form, with 'wo good and
KIIIUCICIH sureties, will he execu'ed within ten.
days an*r noi iflcai ion of the award of he com raci.
The rl.'hi re»erved io Ihe Government te re
ject any-and all bids: also, to meivase or reduce
the quail Ities to be deliveri at any or all the
named, by giving uoiicu to thai effect at
aiy tlmi! prior July 31,1M*8.
Proposal* should be endorsed, Proposals for
del
and a ldri^s. to'he undersigned.
II. llettAltRY, Mrtjor and C. S.
9wf *a» ei«t|ini.
GRAND OPENING
OF
Spring .Goods
AT:
EISEMMS
The laf&eftt stoek 01
24
la'the Territory.
oir mips
Clothing.
Iiadies and Gents
Ooodsl
lab iri Cap, Trub nt Wmj
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND MATTHEW,
ME&CHAHT TAILORIHfr
Gooods eoasistlog of tha choicest styles of^
Prench aad Bnglish
CLOTHS
AND
CAS SIMERES
To Order.
Toliiiiiaitv ii Mot styles
YOUTHS' BOYS' & CHILDREN'S
CLOTHING-
A Specialty.
S.Eiseman&Co.
(5roctri(f and prooitisw.
BRAMBLE KM
GROCERS
YANKTON,
Bacon•
Hams,
JShot€lder89
DAKOTA.
Now offer to Iho irade at low (tjguiw
300 bbls. Sugar,
100 sacks Coffee,
500cases Canned Goods
Teas,
Candles,
Lard,
Soap,
And-overyiUiua in the Cirocery line ia qnantittee
to Kult theuade. We alwaya have a
large supply ot
BUTTER AND EGGS!
on hand.
firMa the t'pper Ceaatry Selkltnl*
(We will also sail for ea»h at low
prices, two car, loads of Studabakar
and Sehuttlar Wagons 900 Braak
ing and Stirrins Plows SOHollings
worth'aSulky Rakes OO Wood Reap
ers and Harvesters SO McCormiek
Reapers and Harvesters. nltf
Iff
t* mm
mm
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