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'."*•'..TH:yy.aasyaft-re
V'T®^
KLriij MONDAY.
An apology at this eaijy ptfribd in
-"^«i'y«nitt€fpi4se'—^omes^vjlli^ie
poort^t possible grace, and it is "only
'$70$$'.** fust i'c8oi t., after .every- other
means
irty
exhausted-, that, wc- ciijtj
jrbririg. ourssiLvie^ To tKp^unplcasdntdur
?ty of "presenting it, -Thc.uitej^iwip^s-.
jy 4el?i?raph.if
of procuring rtny -lelcgraph.icf
ij.'.- .report for tWs issue is the alternative
-.-•• we arc forced 4o ^u'ccepf, unwilling
thouglr we are. to became:reconciled
to,the situation. There, is trouble at
jsJSIoux Qity.." The telegraphic report
comes no farther than that office, and
-r Our'best efforts to brin* it to Yunktyn
were unavailing? All day yesterday
we labored to overcome* lie' obstacles
liich beset us at that point, but.were
—I
ly compel led, to yeld to tKcTiiievi
.. issue gur dally without the dis
'tes, and—await the arrival" of a i-
I (ieneral
Press for stating that he ordered the
^reports sont us on and after Saturday
the-24th" inst hut the operator at
Sioux City says lieUias TicK authority
Jo send us the dispatches and Hits is
-all we can tell about the matte
We propose to arrange t,lu
(o day. Upon this promise we ask
our-patrons to lie patient1, as inatttTS
a in he
TlVe I*(tUe^-States- Grand .luiy for
the secoisd uncial district, having
concluded their business^ ""Vyere dis
chargc'il by .fudge Shjtinion last eve
-mpgv
C.1L1FORW1A KJlKiRVTIOV.
Vlic Yliic Tiirniiiii Eiutmtrd.
From thc.SU Jnu Ilerahl.
The tide of emigration to California^
this spring astonished- every one, ex-,
cept those who went. It ,was whol
ly unequalled Jn" the ^sTbry of the
country, and as unaccountable as. un-.
cqoallcd. Why the rush commenced
-is a mystery. How everybody e.v
pected to live after thcy reach^I- the
golden slope, a,problem that jno oiie
has ever- beTjrrable to solve And
yet iujthe month of March 9,300 per
sons pissed Kearney Junction bound
for S.iii Francisco, and of this number
over 7,000 were persons who had
probably expended theinJasLdullar_to
pay railroad fare.
Gentlemen wl:o have just returned
from Sail Francisco inform us that the
prospect of making a living there is
a 'liphrtefirrhwrr^lti any oih^r
they .have ever fecen. Hundreds of
able bodied .men, who had spent their
last dollar for transportation, are beg
ging bread in the streets and sleeping
in barns and outhouses^ The picture
drawnJ8.distressing in' the extreme,
and affords an excellent illusiration
of the old saying, All that glitters is
nol gold."
\Vff are.informcd, also, that num
bers who have tried the golden ex
perimcnt daily pass Kearney Junction
on their way east. Most of them are
'dead- broke," and arc aiming to
dead beat," their way home. They
"say they have-been bitterly deceived,
aud if they can once reach the "old
stamping'grQund again^ they1 won't
be very easily induced to leave it.
The BuHlncwi Outlook.
~~The New A-'orjc Chrbnicle, speak
ing bH he.^i namsial atid bus iiicssjiu
lookj Si^'s: "We Ineet anotlier en
s^couragiiig symptom in the^ fact that
coi»fidence is iinproving/iri the finan
cial^i^nmunity. Many persons affirm'
that a ^irger volume xif businesses be
ing done?^-What".i^ certain is, that
whatever b^hjiriess is done reiifs upon
a muchWterbjisis. There are short
er .credits and/nib^c of wlidlespme d4»
rinunation/4i)d caut|^ii.-:^-Hence Are
miiy expe/Jt^that: fetfci^bad debts are
being made, Spd thus thc recupera
tion, tKoilgh slow, is trustworthy and
60!id^\ V:..
Tliird Term G«mlp.
Ni:«' YTouk, April^ 2l^-T4ie Griiph-
Lv,.lie's Washington corresp'ondent/^flys
President Grant is not ac«n^i4a|'
A' reicW^Hi1 ^or third tcrai ana.:
re|
crj en never suggested, the idea,
ind n^yer gave any\onel
1
warrant for supppsi
w-t^noifeinktkmViiPo
indfritooii "SOTTAa^-^
en asked py.iirty aiiithori
"r"'J-V6m
iTib
II.
tUrgent leman who riuTS~ti
pj'ess from.Sioux City to tl
Hills.
tnf« nnyT*nq tor i£«nmg "ur nif.t imm-,-t0 iJe met with on tlio-route laid out'?
•\V-
Adyoniic a.BaUotii
Foi* IIORC^lil»
".'•'"."itf ^Afler Tlie
..
.Full. List
THE TUAXSIJOKTATIO.V COM I'.UV
4,
..all "j5
snir.
_.r—-
KouU1i-ai'd,
fft 6iriiiy.jfllvc'a!c. April t.itVy AJCIi.,' McN'eill, P. M., "n" ',
vlii-pur^last issiie we stated.th:(t.the l.xoborts^ Burlington," Iowa .{. A.!
feioux ^ily Hhick
tlills.'Trans{'or,tji.r,C)iClik"v.i?t-
tionv CbhVpaiiy, had changed tUeir.-iSugeiU: 1-. Smith, Sae Oily, Iowa
by a.gei,llleinan who passed tl.rougl] Ln«ieiV l.)« !aware co.u.^1 a.: C. A.
1, CIIAl'MAN,
ilay t6einove the iinpedinjents that lead fi
.ave so unexpectedly eucoiyitercd. liockv
-r"-Our contract for reports was made at that ,„„uo ,\ -r. ...
streanis that u-pi-c *iint lrilri»i »i.i I 1/impson, lorn PhilipiSyllen Smi'th, «°rJ«inc.
head quarters some ten days prior to-: sircwn.s .uui w.eic niot oi mged, and J. _j \f- ,ij Dntl, firm andnslwdc-higher No.
Iff?., -y Vji 4-f :... ninny other
ili.aidv«nt«.ffi»sJ.•whintytoro
ber, and we havp tlte.'autliorii.v,ftf.tl»c-,^y._1 fapublished iii the Siouxfi' ",jfr1 •,'-°vcn Cincinnati,' Ohio: 'rl\
uing the tiaiu in the lead arrived-at.
the West Bow and '-staked ouLUoMhc
flight. I-'pou—leaniiiig
J"*''
'ciT"'tfie^As8dciated\ City'Journal.' i-1^^ .A- Hurst liichmgnd," Iirtk
Ivors, IJcisry rifles.
needie\g-Uns-i shot..guu^-aud-aw^uu
nitiou tb^make patent eves out- of ev
e.iy one, of Spot nil
Tnils i.njw
1
smSm
HII.1 especially on the^xtre.ne boTdorsV^^i, ^i,^' the
vellow
find a panacea for the
fever, When they have to
TilliY SAY.
t-i 11* 111 upon
that the route"taken by
this occasioiT, mid .to-be followed bv
the o(her train "is acknowledged by
which would take them many miles"
south of-, us. And giye it as th.eir
opinion that the route that, will be
finally settled upon will be still fur
ther north thatxqo\doubt, the teams
hereafter will coiiie up the Dakota
bottom to this |^ace,-.,wli( rc they will
cross, and make a bee.^ine for the
running water. This is"n'6 doubt the
most practicable route atidx will in
time be established.: -The'farmcrs^Jfthe-htrase:'—
vicixt-ry
OF.TIJE'!CAMP,-'
say-1bat the bright -blazeof the camp-.
fires-were seen Vor miles, and-a-large
nuniber of them visite^ the boys, and
.joined hi having ii good- time around
the camp fire tliat. the merry laugh
and long spun yarns, out-lived tITS
liresthat at'two'o*clbc a. iri.,-onthe
morning of the. I5ihV they departed,
fort heir hotter wishing hie tra vgS&rs
all possible succfosj aud tlml tii^boys
said ijiat il' they tive^returned^tEey
would stop and give their npw Vnn'dp
friends another benefits
,r-l MU.-8M.ITH,
one.of'the party, remained betun^ for
a few days to "visit Mr. O. Dutcher,
ah old friends Below we give "ttfe
names ofhose who. .comprised, t'ln?
cbmpaliy. so far as \i'e can- lean
!dwiri F. Hohart, W,lti. Picnelior,
AIL-
V-he woulfUr h'»ve:-4eeBni
ildCT^a^findidate^inder
asUncca. vsias-
fM±
'-:. ^jy/« V^rAXKTOK, |}A K0T V:rTRRljI*F0.1i3!i'.' TlrKSD A.).- MOIINlNftv A IL 27, I87.V
Stoi CITY SAM) unison, t*)it'a-wn, 111: George A. Web- {_ The l.ov or branch'0? tlie Sbtilh Csir-
Taylor- Morcelisi
"f 'ti' Richland, Wfe ST. A}. Barnes,'i.tion to j.lit'i House.
PIH»..CJAinc-^ .Ma8S. ^. C^%?.eld,
li"»V^ViH. Jiinus II. p'rtk, Boc/lic- ^Rbnfitor Schur*
-. Si .. ll.. AT.. '.T'ni
.1<p></p>Olinstead,
ville,/Mov.1
J. T. ludopend-
1st o?« tlto Pilgrims.- Ciiee-,IfvwaIsaac Boat, Battle 0veeltj4-vm.o,,'o Thev wi
y#natia
l-0ui.=, STo. L. A. Doble,"
original ^'oute, on accdu,ufe-.s.Ui£^..ba'd Tlioa. J. Jordon, Eld,on, Iowa II. 1?-.
road», etc., and~T^rir'-"on the road Cfopperstone, Yoiitigtown, Pa. V?. P.v,
which-would leitd. them directly to Kelly, West Va. violin B. Delaneyp:
Sti- Helena,, on their way to Greig-h.-. ^Delewanf, AYij.-.^. Jtth'ti Marshall
ton. ThislDlonnatioi. was ve..^ \V I/*1 \Vost VaVlW. A. Burke t.03 dv^d ou(m0« n.r rrir.No.
hertrflrr' horseback, and who proved bkiiiiier,.--Vavr.o county, liul. Jos. $1.02}^ Tor Mny, $i:()4'4?»l OH closed
lo lie !-Moiiroc, East ^ttrmca'pohs, '.Minn. *1 Q'Jii 'lor June No. rrject-1
aa_,.. .. .. ,'.i. '-...t. nnr^'.ilc.
1111
Fulton
Goddared,
111.
'"Klgln,.
111.:
J? &}xii ihese facts, too, and Blackmail, .feo.-"Rkaftingfon, Kviu\s
tbllow luirBs-a,, lust—^'huisday 'evc-[vUlc, 111. 1). 1,. Wharton, OakvillS
vtHis,
our re-
portergp! ... Jv:'?
MA UK I'ltACKS ton TIIK^tUVMI','
ml was cordially received b\- the
Black Hillers, with some ofwh^m lie
was^personally ac([u iinled.'' He re
ppits sixteen teams aiu-1 scventy-eT^hi"
iftji in the,train. The eompaiij' ivas
\\elKT* arined—having with tliein
H'iie i*olriuuiiy
Mn,|.
In 1.1(12- a law was enacted to punish
persons in I'ti'ih forjjaving a pliirulily of
wives Thir^Tnactnielit was called the
Anti'Tolyganiy law,Mmd the liivt trial
under ii^jirovisions reeently took place
ill. Sub, I.uko.before -Tiifliie Emerson.. Af-
i.:-' ,: tor the lactam the ease had been disUoct*
iowie kiiH'cs. large: euouirh to iirui -i
,,
"r -X ly I)raved, :unl tlu Uouhlc-wifc husmess.
1
turmslicd ihcH* oliipial.s iit that region. \yas sot up that the Mormons are so ii.nn-.
The coiiYpa.ny iSrlmowii as' ilie Au-|.ly grouuded in ihi: declared, faith of.tiicir
"rew's Tram," \iid is bouifd '"."for !-eiiur:h, and a belfof In the rcyoiation,
Creighton, .where Uxwill WH-it-l^r i.In- biKjctioiiing jio.lyg i.my, that they rejard
(jrordon train. Thew reported (Jol
dbn's train a day's jo'urWy behind, and
saiuNthat.it would probably camp-on
that ground the follovving day. The^,,,^ Said the law was. not UIU'
company.consists of nearly all yming-! ti,,., ,!- tiv.nl,,. d.-i', ,:oi .ri
men, lroiii\New York, Boston and I lief did not ertter int^rTI consideration of
several eastern cities, aiid their ffp. 1'|!SL&»£S« and.Jio ^eopl'd"not shield himsell'
pearattee^suggefiis tliey are ^x-dry
jood!i..clerk¥,-inc5hanics, and vouh^r
udventurers, who h'aye never seen an
Indian, nor smell gtin-powder, (ex-
le acmr-i]-a«stioii as a niiseouCeptioii ol
tile rcliyioiis character of ^[ohiums, ahd
as sueh iniconstitiltioaal,..and not Ijiniling
inSits jdeiiiaml.', anil oliliVations. The
oust 111
•OOllS III?-'
under sueli a-plea.'' 'The jury found the
respondent, guilty. Tliisjs looked upon
I ea.'C, anil it-iviti-be-tHfeen-to-the
(if the United £t.:j,tes^Jir
supren
iiual
'ine ,e
deeiiii
court.
011.
1. lil| n-powULT, (ex-j |5ii il (Uiiiion. The polygaiuists i(:f
cept 011 the 1'ourtli oKJuly.j 'No llr.st, that.liieir idujiin-nJatioii toVhcjjj6i^'
doubt, it tliey reacli thc Biack Hills, riage state being a religious conviction it
they will have an opportunity to re-'15s shielded ayfilsmrotectod by the coj«Jti-'
-peiit, that they were ever taM), with"! and ^•cfntrUy, -ri.at maipa^c un
the gold fever,—nearly,.every iicrspn,civilr^Ts^Jt slaiu mstiiuiion
who is not accuslome«Uo pioneer lift:, ^'"ch thcjla9|^j,fttcs^r
-. if
1
iiot luterlcid. '/Tr^he-t'ase
titnJ"7Ttil
day in about three feet of water :ind
shovel dirt in io the sluice boxes, a^iid
t^eii at night, sleep with one eye open,
guarding the treasure accumulated
the day. Lite in't lie mines 111
pfint, will lose its iasftinatftm in real j.. He -who til- uc|h .a'way ly
life. 1 when lie puuchrlli 'tip tlio fire.
all( that have started out to lie pre- mal, but Krst infornieth liimseli^ns to
le'iablo lu^lie one imoiided to bo-used, i'fe
...^ supreme ^court of. the
Uii:tyU-ti"i4itW,-ii.-wiIi jiroiliieo most jii
tere^nng discussion in "relation to a_po
litico-Uiertogioal question connected wiflT
our forrtis of, federal and statt! gnyeni
nients. V. j~
U'lutllaili WiMlolSr
Si \\—:. vw
He
She'"SvlT^Tputteth tibi^op her bridal
raiment until the brido^oom app.car
eth.
H« who smiteth. liot a strange ani-
IIUIUIP:
-"X-:g~~j:lic~Kvlui—ItbTrujnith~"fi'oii)ir"nainipg
I^Xi^cr child Jemima ufflll- ufterXv child
ii -ri '.' ion'a liorSe race without fir,st having
Albion,
:Mi^h F. Byres, Piitsburg, kj, understanding with veUiorse's Prt
^^C8,^ey' ^esMur,roe'!4er.-i^«^
oam xJuslmell, Miuneuiyolia, Minn.
1
1—•. ti*. ...
—.......
M'l°^Hahp,'Lockport. Hirr^cargc \V/ T.i\-V) hogs sold iii the Chicago
gMSiP^Q'it Valparaiso, Ind. 5 Lewisjket on the ^tOtli^ at ^OriS pcr
f,-Minn.
Allen
,11
iunpshire Jamosjolhla'Lcgihltit'nre v^tctj a .^raiuity of
Korii an', Bi-ll plains, Iowa i~ W.illis'F.^£300to' t.fay ohapl^ia-..for-A-prayniir'T
rceliasy Ind'. (2. W'^Prichr i'I with credit to himself and s-itisilit'-
i-""icn, t-al ilsoti\^iou.\ Cit.Vi^)veti0Gfe4^- 1_
^-biirles Solos, St. Cl\ir, Mich. BAIU.KY—$1.22 for Apt4l\ $1 1C0.-I.1S
UtiUh lo lhc-.deleudant""a ile fcnsc.,
S'fpr-jUa.v.
I.ce
111. Ujlgt?.
Black Bl'aclinian,, \)tis
Iowa: II. B. McNeil,
Iowa 'I?. -A. liartie9 j?iuu\ i'alfi,'' I'/T
T. 'OG. Wilson, Gcorgfj Smiley,
Sioux-City,- Iowa John Oester, L. O.
IVerney, Bostyn, Mass. V. P. Shown,
Idaho •Ileiiiy Ncedt,• Chester, Pa.:
A. 1.. Cox, San Francisco, (.'aliforn'ni.
hurvi- and .'family- will sail
New York on the '/JOlli inst. for
ill be absent until
ilui umn.
Hrt Alt K£XS_JB'Y" TELEW It A 1» 11.
»j _i. «:iii-na«.»
CinrA«o, April 25.v
Fi,oi:jir-Uull autPuiichaiixc'J.
Wf'IIKXT
iinnHilcTt"
EXT—Fairly active, \vu:ik, lower.nnd
tll,hV„f
T'\" j. ltMiry Olmstead, l}avid Williams, lii- «U)0$lilp. ..
i, Cohn—.vvlive, unsfittleili weak anil. low
ex-1
Iwva .kiscph i' liiler, cr dns-wl tlriuci Ifa'2
„t.\} a!asha, 'Minn. .M. Mitchell, Sioux TO'VOTTIc for snot. 73(^74?.i'c closed J3i'c
I'ltovisioNS^—Pork and. o])oned
13)ae lovicr at $22.00 Tor cash ^21.75 lor
Miiy i?22.00(S':22.00 for JuniC Lard inot'
eralclv active aiHi-lowcr nt ^l."i.."i0 IbrVtash
[email protected]».52M f''1' .May ^15471^-1\70
I'or-June. Hulk', meats steady ami lift-
Burlin"ton \ehaa^fl. Uuttcr. Arm am! nncliauguil.*.
\V)'nskv--?l.f/i but. y^~^rr~£-
-r- I.ATKII.-J
SSSBg&
v/
Hvk—Dull.
._-
Sljftwho, wrappcfji up herself
ir- Voi
Ni-:\»r.\onii, April
super AVe'siern
clioige,
Less aonve
1: coinnioii lo
1.01 1
i0(£j4
0
A\*IIKAI Less aciive
IauIjHY—Steady.
CoitNr— Moderate demand
eniv DMijOy-Olc yellow, 111
•OA'i—Active and tinner
ern, 73J£(&>7le.
WHISKY—
'/v.
111
eminent can
reported from
vin
her husband so that another man may
not find her
lie who n'pu»islieth'---yeTTefractorv
miile. ai. a distance, witli.a long pol
She who doeth "over her old botin/:f
whcii her liusbjind -stoppeth his .wl^.s
ky." \. 'l:
lie whp fifilutetJi notyc sci vant /glrl
unless hfc kubwelTi I'.is wile, is not -in
^-F-'v~-T~
is born."
Ile wht) subduetli his' tcuijicr whffti^
tlie .provoker.of his-ire is tlifi-.biggest
fellow."
f- it
W:
X,
~She who comporteth iiersclf with
•He who j)ledgeth: himself to. ab
stjUence when ye liquor rcGpilet from
his stomach.
—. •Ye young girl who pnrSuadctJi not
herself that ye husbaii^'iyill be kinder
than ye lb.ver.
dignity in the pre'scnce.vpf her pastor "®wipt8, 4p0. Market steady,
1-
Ye young nian who dismisseth the
'hope that ye vision of wedlock is as
duli'as ye one of loye
She, who is c^irtaip that ye final
sutnmons hath comp, ere she confes
iseth that-all her children, are tiot~hjer
husband-V.
ot op-4m- -moie^
ti
'Zf? t-
mixed- WiM
msxi'd West-
PnovisioNs—Pork lower. new .*:22.06
Lard tinner
unchanged.
pKme v.,/ Jinttor
I
in ier, at 1.1-P 1.1
Loiih.
St. Lot is, April 35.
i.oi it—L nelianged,
W illv.\t—-V Jh'iide higher No. 2 red win-.
rnsisli $1.842 for April
n%1.:«ij\ro'i"Mi/y 'sf. 38i^-tVn-'.rune.
—lligUer No.
"2,
7 J)(ifirc for
ele-
ensh 7C). lor .Iiine
OATS—Tliii'her
NriT'J, 04".^0?
Valor, lil'.fc Lor April.
:, UAULKY .f«D UY'E— I'nehunKed
—L'-lnn tM )-{s—"t!ijrk-lujtl liniily at
••!22,..ri0.
Bulk meals/easier. Laru'held at 1 "J .*
\YriiiM v-/-llekl hiirhu.v
.lliluuMl-eo.
JIlI.WAl'KKK, April 25
~Fi.ouii—(Juiet and unchanged.
WiiicAT—Finn No. 2, for eash
•i?! .0: ".. for May.
Oats—-Dull iuid neglected No
V"
head-
2,
KOc.
Cons—Dull and lovv!i' No. 1, 70c.
Rvi»—Scarce nnJ firm: No. 1 in -siore.
$1.1 Oj
IlA.tn.KY—Quiet and weak No. 2 .nomi
nally/lower at :?!.l."i
LIvertMMjl.'-
,f:ivEtirpoi„ April 24.
-Quiet winter wheat, Jls
/HUKAD.vTfKl-S-
11 v« SlAcii Miirlt ('«*.'
CHICAGO.
t'C~ 75.
~jrj
TC
.vo n, Ap ri 1
-2
Heceipts,-:i.800. Market active
and steady,s.wiih prices fully snsia'mud Ad
vices from-the ast were favorable, showing
Abirlti'l-fairly-
HoOi—l^X'eipiS, 10vfX|0
i.etiv.", steady "and tirm, \\vltli priccs un
IcIiariKod choice and extraNimdes ane.very
scarce at extreme prices poor to choice ba
con grades,. $7.5Q"@7:flO poor lo c'xtrn
lieavv, T\
Si Loins, April'58?
nd -iud deinani| for best^grades -good na
ve shjpix:i^ '^0j25 .common to fUj native
huichers,^$^75a5.2^j.miX)ed8toc*,^i|[email protected]
5.05. common »exan », $2.6344/
Hoo's—Recehitsj 1-jlOO- Market lower
shippers,Ki6TOrf7r«)@7:85T
gqnrt to -5holcfe|Tf7.
New Vurk .Tloue}- and Stock nirkiejt..
NfHv YOHK, April 25.
Money close\l casv at [email protected]!l per centvs
Gold, 1,1
oH-1
Governments Arm.
Coupon?, *Sl,..i...t!W!»-Canponi-, 123?
Colipoite
,(S........llSj :Ciaponai'67^,
'l!8. .'....12J5i
ConnhnnVftt.
.V.'...
18rt»' IIMIK "'--V
Couponn, 'tlft..lWj,riiinv 5»
ICoHpouf, nen% .lil?»':Curreacti!8.....„.
Siobkrs fimKearly in the day,-, and gener
ally liigherT
I W: t'. T..:.?........,, T7y'.St.
P«b1..-
.........S7H
Pacific Miill........pftt.WjJ.
iur« N. Y.Ocmrtil. I^iiiW^banh
inn Kile.... .... :^80?iiWaba»»rpftl..v. *r
i»frl.1.: :irtv--UV Jk, M.
4 »n
imuitu'rr.
out' iiwij. whrk.
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ATHEBTON & SHERMAN,
DK.Vl.KKS IN
N I E
i-W' 'i
N if
J'arlff.r,, Sittiiia:,
4
nkr,:.*U)l J^.or ..
•Cth No/1, s&l.On-, 2, $1 OljL-^r'
...1 .ttii-.l,!.. Alt '•Ji.v-
..April. ^1.01 Jg®1.03J^ cFoswl Picture Frames Manfe ,c O^Pv
J^c*urG
I'IIKIOVV
,[email protected]|C'(or
new,
any iVii'iife lit the x:itv.
Goods Delivered to fill ParU of tho
City Free*
SWARTZ & TREADWAY,
Importer^ ami .Jobbers of
CROCEEBY
Gt.AS^.' Woon AND NJ'If.t.OU- WAIlB,-—
Freiicli Cliina, Plated Ware and Cutlei7
Ciyuor Jli'iKuhviij' and '.l.'li irt St.
Mn:«:-fiani* Uo(cl Dniitlin^
I Yankton, /. T.
UNITED STATES MAIi
DAKOTA.
f.
.)ST OFFICE 1JKPAUT.MK.NT. I
WASIII.n-ht.iN,
GRAND
1
SSI nintnt »V Klttilicn
l-'iirniturtV
'C'X°I' •HV.IilfV UK I:II TION-
rapies. Made to -vCS^r-
Sliailvf.-Wl.lic. Hull'anil Orcpn ltollnnd
riiroitu t'lMu.Cf'-, t'niil, I'ii-m.!", Ac.
Repairing Done. 011 Sljort Notice.
mid will M1 :i- ]ow" \*i
w''
A'M' Ucililini ami
On l)oarl this ariernoon wheat am'. c.-IoM-Ih-I.inncs sVrluS lid nn.v w,v«„
coin1 wigctl. Oath l_jC lusher. I ork, Roatly-macle
$22.0
^liine. X-.ard, large sales at ^15.751 ^5^
for lnne.
Irw®
S-l.'.i.jy/i
No. 2 Chicago,
§[email protected]: No. 2 NoTilto-esleni. ^l.'^OC^
1 .42i HS^.^2-~Mihvatikee^?-l-.22®Fh2:! ivn
iiratled^owa aud Minnesota sYirtmr. iiil.14(&:.
4r85^«hrterTOt*Wret6rh," fITST^fd^l. -r?
^7V{
T^IRD STREET,'
nl-lf- 'r
Y.VSKTON,
MARSHALL SANBORN,
V.-JI LIEUU-I'M III
ALTM-
COFFINS
AJv lu.ii IX "Hiilfsrofun.
•1
'.ui
Yiiiilctoir, 1. T.
fv CHINA HALL.-1
CAKPI'iTfi,
Hint Marrli, 1ST0. )'—_
1'R l'OS.% I.S Wlll^hjvrooGtv'ed at (lie Coa
lmen-Cilice ul'thl-i Di'imrlmcnt «a:ll 3 o'rlock.
of :)l May. 1S7.", (to be ileciiltnl ly I In 10
I tl iip.) for carry inij the- malls of llio t'llitml KlatOa.
I'timi .Inly 1.1S7S. lo-.lune Ui*. ISTS, oa ilio fullowi
Ins! rnuti: la the Torrliory »T Oakoti, nml by ilit!
Kc.ln(ltile ol U'pariiii(ss nnl nrrivalu lierpm specl
lleil, vl/.
KOIS Krojujiiaiitavck. by ju:ms!mvn, Wurllilin
tun, lliua arlV. andViir^o, 10 Moiiilit'ittl (Mtim.,)
1115 tniluo and back, once a week lroni Novem
ber If I. to Mirr.li S|h| In eacii yv:ir. or (I'lilnt
hiii-pcnti|on ol' ruilrourl r-.-\-ici-.
Mi)l proposals to ruail $ per 1
Hie ditlea n.-lTntTt'nTiOVe".
4f,[email protected] (id ypriojr. 8s 4fl(ffiS. wliifal —^!W--tnm). H'l! iiih l'llHi'iiiiMH Ol 111 iluln In pamplilet
form 10 be tound. at. tlu urmltjl of ench roiiic or
Ud":
ir,
club, !)s [email protected])i !!il. Corn, 31s 0d
(«oood?» ronf»Wiln«
cn« li nnd
tin llnrggit
Wlr.'
..
:..
Lcnvu ijlAinarck Monilay at S a. 111 -i
Arrivent Moorhtfad Tlinrsiday bv I J|
t.eavc Moorhead Monday at 8 it. m:, ,, i?J
Arrive at Iliiinurck Thuntday by 4 p. iii. A?
Dond reijuired wltlt blj,
It in to lie understood that this (trvlce 1* lo be
in and cad at tho time ot^thfeonfuuance and
irsmnpilon or service by 'tlic Northern I'acltlc
ttailroad Company, nnd will 1101 bo llmlled—10
For.lawt* nUnl ing to the poulaLfcrvice, forms of
proposal, bond, and ccniUtine,,an(l for instrti^
tloiib mid condliUma to byembrne'e:! in tho r»i.
the Second A^si^tini Po^rlnnsior
my
by adtlriBjlui
(.C'Cial.
Illds nlmiild bu t*eiil in H^ab.'d cnvojOpet*. buper
MMliu'd Mm) pr-tpowals, Dnkotu/^^uiid addreaHcd
\Srfti»hiuj»ton, I). C.
docw .v-nO'w
JKWRLL,
PoHtmitMtcr Oonoral.
3STO I O E
V**- -lufertinl Hrven'lie Sncclitl I ttxcn,
1, IS75, to 30, 187«.
Ma)'
-1-ho ri'VUc.d RliiiuUiK or the Knilcd.State*. ec
tiouii 3ii!!,i!23V, 33M, aiul S£i9, r«qtti.ro~«Vitry 'per-'
«oa ensagetKln any buxineKti, nyocatloa, ir uiv
ployraeilOSlifen re adprs^bi ni llimld 1 jt'SlSjciiJT
tax, to procure "uniT iiTwJii- ConspicnonHly"ln llr."
«r!Rllii-lim^iU-ir-iiiann of buaii es4 a namp du
nullnj tlie.")•!meiiL of tuil special- tux Air the
special lax ye:u bo^llining May 1, lt?76rTeforu
commencing or cuutimilua bualnesa urier April
80.1875. .,
Thc-M!«*-cuililj«red within the provisions of
-i lieJawjibove atlutatum-Uui tollowrluir. vlzr~-.
Ueciillers ...T .....i-r...TT7^?7Tr.-,—. »200 00
ileuleru,retail tiiLiiar ...I .".7^-2.1 to
Dealers, wholesale liquor. .100 Jf'
ue^lera in mall liquors, wholeealti_ Aoy»
^Uealersin malt llquor«, retail. 1 i)».lXI
M.iealefjila.lettf itolucco Jtt Oa
Uelail denl.era In leaf tobacco "... /5(H) 11U
And on ealee of over
$1,000,
ilfiy cenln fojK
f-tr e\ ery dollar In excess of $l,ouU.
Oenlere In mannfactiired tobacco....V.-.. .- 6 00.
Muaufaclanije of- stpib. ,T."TTT
And rorcacii etiii inanufaciured.,-.
AndHoreacb crui inumifdcutred....
MariulUcibTc»'ut rubacco....:.
Mftniifuctnrereof pilars ...y"
i'eddlern of lobac.co, Attl/sHts (more1
than two horses or othcrntnial«),
PeddJer»-of.tobacco, ti^eyud claim (two
horaeii or oilier ajjintaly)
-Peddlers of toba^Co, third claim (one horte
or oilier animal)....'.
Peddlers of tobaccj^ foartU class
foot
(011
dr-|)nbllc conveyance).. f.-X\- -.'
Brewers of lees iffntfOTO barrels.\
,. Any, perton^so liable, who shall fall to comply
-ycuh th#-forii(oluL' requirements will bo subject
to severe |i«iD!iltfe«.
Pereoirtiorflrins 4!abto To pay any of tho »pdclat
tsxe' pained above numt apply to U. llenneit,
ElkPoltil, l)eiaty Collectoror W. K.llollenbeck.
Collator of Interna* Hevobuo at Vcrimlllon,_and
pijKfor and procure (he special tax stamp "or.
lirUiey need, prior'to May 1,1873, and WUh
artber notice. J. W. DOUQUyW',
ntftttorttr'tf-fntrTnat Atttaue.
il-IUveooe, *WMatn2ton, O. C.,
1*75.
•tr*1
No1.
l#t^
Hrlj Bodrta anb (nothimy
orEKIXfJ
I
•I
-fji
'pfr'OK
Vr
ie^nl isaMfw#
'I ht Muck~or jjootl* IilUm* 'IVrriloi v.
DAY GOODS
Clothing.
Laaies and Gents
VOi'THS1 liOVS' iV: OlllI.DK'KN'S
CLOTHING
Sju cinliy.
S.Eiseman&Go.
Oj^occiifs anb iJroutsiou
WHOLESALE
LEVEE,
YANKTON,
'X&.
Goods.
Hats ai Caps- Trunks aiirvaliscv
Oil. t'lUTIIN,
A\l)
MERCHANT
of tlieJ rhoit'f"! sfvlt ti o|.
CliOTHS
S'D
A S S I E E S
".V *,f *1 "V, nL
J' 1 ',•
Order.
Iesliii£s.juafeuiMWiUatesWlCL
dakota/
Jf
ri
Now oticr torjie trade at low iiKiires
300_bbls. Sugar, ,N
100 sacks Coffee,
SOQcases Gaahed Goods
Bacon,
1
JJBxmhs*
SIt 01
tl tiers,
Teas,
Canfllesr
Lard,
And everything in tlicGrorery llne in qdnntltlo!" .j.-.
lo suit the trade. Wo always have a
large supply ot.
BUTTER AND EGGS!
on Jtaad.
-Owlipi fttw Ih. t'|i »r fmlij Sullrllttf.
j...
We wilt,\alBo soli for cash at low
prices, two\carv load* of Stud«balc«r
nrid Schutttvr Wagons SOO BNak*
ing and Stirring Plow* BOHoHlnga
worth's Sulky ttakwj BP WoodRaap*
•if and Hsrvs«»»f»i BO. KoCorttaioM
ft p« r« and a^lr*«|ar«.
V,
1,
A—
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TAILORING
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