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Vol. 1.
Henry Ward
Makes a Speech.
And Talks for one Hour About
H. W. B.
4
N
*i
He Feels Comfortable and .Well
Satisfied.
-7-7- ~j.:.
The College Ragettw-^rkrll
^Victorious "A'V
/4 Hurrlblr Harder Near IU-
'X tEiCEf
Bcecher'i Intention* at the Begin
-r nihf of Life—He TeeLi
Comfcrtable. |JggJg
Nrt:\v VOUK, July KI.—AT Peek-
iww
»i-wai§ K^naded, fnjl .in igsWigj to Jan
'^aiIdress "by Judge' Wells ^polite5 nearly
tin hour. Among other things he said
when he begun lifehe had no inten
lion of being it great and eloquent and
wise man, but did intend to be a good
man and an honest man. He meant
I
to spend all t||ie strength Uod g^ve
This he had doi»e by the help of God
not\by hejp of /iie\vspa|)ers, but de
spite them. Ilis future was iu the
keeping of the Lord God, to whom
his mother directed him. About the
years of '70 and '7i and.for three or
four years after, he had to go through
pretty deep matters at home, but he
kept it to-himself. A revelation came
within a year blit he^.had gotten
through it. Then daily letters were
received by him—letters of affection
and condolence, but the ashes of that
lire were scattered !on£ ago. Mow
ho was all riglit. He prized these
letters and the prayers of christians
had been u^orc to hiiu than any thing
else. He should go on trusting the
people as ever.XOnly once in forty
years had he inade^^a mistake in so
doing.
He proposed to go on witlfhitTivvDik
confident in men not preaching mere
ly the difference between rightxand
wrong, bu^ Jic thought that there is
good unless administered in spirit of
love. The expenses of the trj»l would
lmvt' bankrupted him but for tl.e, aid
of ,v Plymouth C?hurcli,..and evetj^itli
iheir ^lielp be5^would" ^afely'^get
through, for "She expenses had been
"over *75,000..-""On the other side they
liad been very great but. had no mon
ey to pay them with. Mr. Beecher
„was warmly applauded.
nw YORK,
-y
"".|l joly f?.^l]he^iel|etion
^:*of flirectors'of the Ei^c fs progressiug.
THe only ticket voted for thus far
hy 2:10,000 shares is the following:
1 lugh J. Jewett, Edwin D. Morgan,
John Taykp JohMtaiM,'liucius Rob
inson, Marshall O'Conner, H. 8.
Steb
7"~hins, Homer ltamsell, H. R. Rattser,
O. llardoh, T. Heiiner, R. S. Grant,
Cortland T. Parker, S. S. Guthrie,
f?V.f
A
liiia tn tnainng lilg fBllow men ljeaer. regatta aUrtet^ fairly thie mofitiag^
mTUs,
A Eiot.
I.AWKKNCK,
Mass., July 13.—Ex
citement regarding the riot last night
continues. No further casualties re
diss fflm" *^*3.
==i will-®!! recover. Two rioter^ were
to-day sentenced to two month's iin
prisonment. The inefficiency of the
'4' 'pei'WHM# haviiig immefdlife obiitrol of
the police is universally condemned,
while the eourage of the mayor is
praised
WisuiKaTON, July 13.v-'Probabili
tles for upper lake region, upper
MissiMippi and kw*er MiMouri ralleyv:
Stationary to filling birometin' winds
sliitting to
tn ».ci .nj cn.nl..
warner
CEIKXS
murdered his little boy,
a
child eight
months old, in the same manner, and
buried the two bodies in a marsh, reports.the
where they were found last week by
the infuriated neighbors. Circum
stances show that Parting father and
one of his brothers were accessory to
the murder.
1 I it.'.iJ'' Hk
SPOKTIVO
l-f&t
W
SAUATOOA, July 13.—Tin single
scull between J. Ke.medy, of Vale,'
and \V. F. Weld, of Harvard, Ken
nedy failed to make an appearance,
and the judges sent Weld over the
counted
without referene
tot imcjtj^
TH'e Nespman riice '""WaR^woS ^y
Cornell. Time of Cornell, 17:22^
minutes. Harvard second lirown
third, v.ljry
SiiAtooi, July 13, 1'2:3() p. m.—
The Cornell won by nearly a length.
Time, 17-iliitutes and 82^ seconds.
llifvarf«i!ciohdr®|W|m Prince
CAPS MAY^. N. J., July 13.—The
Ida E. .^a«wd the flag-boat first,
jptowedv clptely by- the Resolute,
Mohawk, JSva and Dijpadnaught. The
Sadie made a p^retty dasb, and the
i)^ ibraft o{ft was thetSunehiner Cal
(niia.tion of 'the startfto^made froin the
time of.na88ing the steamer and' flag-
Ix)Nii BnAN^ n, July 13.^—First race
for three hundred dollars, for all ages,
dash of one mile, was won by Search
er, Inspiration second. Time, 1:44.
Second race—one thousand dollars,
added to sweepstakes of fifty dollars
each. Mile and three quarters:
Ozark won, with Leader second, and
Aristides third. Tunc, 2:30}.
FOKEIOH.
iioonv S KUOTION GKTS THE STA1!T OF
5
LO.NKON, July 13.— At Moody and.
Sankey's Fara]l meeting last night
188 clergyman of tho-church of Eng.
and were present, far outnumbering
those of. an)' other denomination.
Cation Conway, o^Wjest iriinSter, occu
pied a seat, on the Dlatfortn.' All
present were deeply affected. Moody,
while speaking, was so overcome by
emotion that lie, had to stop, and
was unable to.conclude his address.
LONDON, July 13.—Parsons, adju
iant-of the British team,^ telegraphs
froui VViuibletou: I regret to say
the council will not allow the last
proposed match for Saturday between
American and British 8's of 1$74and
i«75 to be-shef "1
A Proposed Organ of the Colored
Ken.
WASHINGTON, July 13.—Fred.
Douglass, Professors Laughlin and
Wilson, and Rev. Geo. W. Williams,
held a meeting with the. colored peo
ple last night, and took the initia
steps towards .darting a weekly paper
here devoted to the interests of ne
groes.
'. Capital Noici.
on account of'injuries.-Tlte wounacd: iNatiooar Bank RedempfioA-Ag'ency
during the year-ending June 30, was
113n399Aii nr .1.: *11
From the WcthlngloD Kcpubliun ol' tli* Sih
REDEMPTION OF NATIONAL BANK
NbTKS.
The total amount of national bank
,to
9130,322,945. Of this amount $115,
109,445 consisted of notes unfit for
circulation whicl^ were delivered to
the comptroller of the currency for
destruetiiifi and replacement with new
notes |15,2l^,500°w6re notes fit for
circulation, which were forwarded by
express to the several national banks
by which they wefe issued.
STATrSTICS OF 1M.MIOUATION. j".
From returns made to the ^bureau
&
statistics it appears 'that tbfert ar
rived at the port of New York during
the month of June, 1875,13,989 im
m'gr*nts,
of whom 7,051werc males
themontli
the
inngtnemi
same port 20,002 immigrants, of whom
ll .r)47 vrere males nntl 9,05/5 females.
For the three months: ended-.Jnne 30,
IS?-'),
NEW YOI:K, July 13.—A Raleigh
dispatch says a most inhuman murder
Was committed in that county and has
jiwt come to ligl)t. Scott Partin, a
white man, cut his wife's throat, thpn
.cut her head off,. unjoihted hfcr at
every jointj then put the flesft off her
bones and attempted to burn her body month of June, 1875,3,2(i4 c.ime from uty commissioner of customs m.
upi but did not succeed. Theu lie Germany, 2jl92 from Ireland and H. Jones, deputy tir.st eoinpu.ollei
'•»",5fiC(
2,240 from England.
The compt toller, of the
1 1 VI & •. ., ..m «1 4* I 4 I *.#1 It I 1/1
1 4 A I
culation issued during the month
A N O N A O A E I O E S I A K.N IN(i,' 111 I :s, 187
immigrants arrived in
New York\ of whom 25,035 were
males and'1!),OilL females. h\r-the
corresponding period of 1,814 the
number of arrivals was 08,955, show
ing a dacrease 6f 28,38!) in 1875.' Of
crease of bank circulation during the
sTAitrixo ciii.w:s.
tfie total number flrrivetl .during the'treasury Tlcnry A. Lockwood, dej
Tin- commissioner ol iniernal rev
enue has addressed a communication
to-John-Stration, secictafy-of-t he-na—
tionat tobacco association, with refer
encc to the multitude of letters and
protests that have reached the inter
nal .revenue olfne from various parts
of the country,.opposing the adoption
of a mode of stamping cigars which
shall require the attaching of a stamp
or a coupon to each cigar, as has been
proposed and strougly urged upon
the department, and whicii has Mined
up a great degree of excitement
among the trade. The commissioner
who had iuviled opinions from ex
perienced revenue oiiiccrs and piacli
cal 'cigar manufacturers throughout
the country upon this subject says:
Had the responses made to my in
juiries been as generally in favor of
he adoption of the^coupon stamp on
all «T|fnrs as they have been, so far as
received, opposed to ttic same 1
should have used the information tlitis
obtained only by way of recommend
ation to congress for Such ^change in
the law as would authorize the adop
tion. and use of such a mode of
'Stamping cigars." The tenor of the
"ettcr throughout is such as to relieve
the fears of those manufacturers who
were under the impression that*a
change in the manner of st
cigars was imminent.
year of only $1,978,820. Amount of!'0*'11' H« M. Kejscr, of-Illinois, ie
legal tender notes deposited for the eeiver of public moneys at Helena,
purpose of .retiring circulation 'since Montana lhomas A. licilly,of 1.-cnu.
thr.pi,i,^,g/ «r tl.n
!lf
20, 1874.) .. 25,523,r,57 and the »ge,,c.V.
stainpiiig
s«i*i
NAVAI. AVI'AlliS.
gulf have been made for the first time,
and numerous safe harbors on its
coast, heretofore unknown, have been
discovered. Surgeon F. M. Deur
boruej detached, from the Franklin,
European station, on the reporting of
liis relief, and ordered to return liome
andrcport~arrival:—Assistant* Engi
neer \V.' H.'Platt, detached from spe
cial duty at Key West, Fla., and or
dered to return home and report ar
rival. Boatswain Wih. ArXooTper,
detached from the Washington navy
ard and ordered to the Swatdra.

oats wain .Jasper Coghlan, detached
from the rccoivthg-ship Ncw~Hampr
sliire, att^rorfolk, Va., and placed on
eick leave. Acting Boatswain Thos.
W. Crown, detached from the Swatara
and: placed on sick lea ye." Boatswain
H. Dickinson,.ordered! to the receiv
ing-ship New Hampshire.
APPOINTMENTS.
The president has signed the fol
lowing commissions: Henry,L. ThomT
as, translator, department of state:
B. Wood, chief of consular bureau,
do. Henry D. .1. Pratt," etiief of the' jtfim
diplomatic bureau, do. John H. Has-1 sjfn,.,
well, chief of Uhe bureau of index
and archives, dr. CliaS. R. Douglas,
of 1). p., to be oo.iisui of I ho 'United
States at Hucrta
IXCREASK OF UANK CIKI'UI.ATION*.comptroller llcnry 1C. Leava, depu
Hferrkig,
M. 1
currency
Plain,
S.an Domingo.-
Also tlie commissions of the
a as
..amount''of'additional. cir-' deputy second auditor Allen
0f
June
tender
urer
same,
circulation issued since the nassaire: crick K. Grossman, collector ol ,cus
of
892.
aiid destroyed during the-samc lime, secretary
^9,027,000 showing an actual iu-!
circulation issued since the passage«•«»«»•«, w-^i
of the act of June 20, 187-4.^11,001,-1
., (agent-for Indians at White Kiver
1,1
W»ko»
amount de^josited \y banks in liquid-1 p°s*»i«pter at Jackson, Ohio Jester
ation previous to that date, *3,813,-'
879 mifking a total of ¥(29,330,732.
Deducting from this amount fc,027,
0GG, (amount of' circulation perma
nently retired,) would leave 19,709,
.000 of legal tender notes on deposit
for the purpose of retiring circulation
on July 1.
first
follow-,
tng treasury, officials: \\'m. 0|
Nicliols, Assistant treasurer of the
United States at|Chicago, 111. \Y.m.
P. Tilcotnb, deputy register of,,the
I Kdmtiiul 1). Curtis, deputy second
Gangewer, deputy third auditor W
tomf.*ornandina,
892 amount of circulation retired lowing John Talle, of Nebiaska,
and desirnvM ilnriixr llip.Rumn limn, secretary of Colorado lenitoi\ .1.
U- (Jl.ark'
la. also the fol-
of
era'
Nebraska, surveyor gen-
'or 'he district ot Nebraska and
John .M. Aliinin,
Markhatn, postmaster at Madison,
Ga. Charles D. Bradley, United
States attorney for the territory* of
Colorado.
He has also signed the commissions
of Joseph M. Toner, George S. Gid
eon and Joseph Henry, to be visitors
io the government hospital for the in
sane.
Win. 11. Thompson, eleventh Indi
ana Win. S. Hawkins, first. Missouri,
have been appointed storekeepers ol
Internal revenue* and T. P. P+atn—
ridge filth Missouri, John T~llowell.
Leander Smith and Henry A., lines-,
ing,
Missouri, gaugcib.
MARKETS THLE(iItAI»II.
i\ew York Mouoi' and Stuck illnrki*!*
NKW VOUK, July hi..
Money 1}.i(Vl per cent.
Gold 115?^.
Governments dull.
0 JHT CClit. OL |hl. k,^v... *1
U»*S. Z•^iJhoadH ol' I8«i2, May UiPH
U.'S. 5-20 hoinU »f IWil.Mny..'
U. S. July...'. U'O'i
U.S. .V2U bauds ol ltfii, July
IT. S. new .ltt0
U. S. 5-^0 homU of llMiH, July....... 120?4'
S. S 2tl bond.-, new .V? 7 118^
ti. S. ft per cent. 10-M hoiuU../. U8»a
l:. S, currency
Slocks dull.
\V. R.T SU^JX. J»AUI :W!I
!•«(*!ftc Mu\) 10^'Si. Paul
M. Y. Cwnlr.tl .101 O.X 2ft
Klif :N'/i-firiict* Shore.
N. W
6
N. NV. iM WX' Unlmi I'aciltc.
Hock Mrtittl ^n..U44
\v Ywrlf.
F"—
NKW YO'KK, July
II KAT—Without
•2 Chicago, $1.1.21 No. 2 Milwaukee, $1.24
(j?il.2.» No. 1 spriDfr, $12*(«l.:i0 winlc-r
rcd wcsiern, [email protected] t0.
UVK—Quiet, at
80®S2c.
COKN—Quiet
5
Telegrapl lie dispatches to the navy
department' report the following
movements of United States vessels
of war: The Shawmut arrived at Port
Royal on the GIB from Key West
the Narriigansett was at San I' rancisco
on tlie 4 th, from La Paz, Mexico the
vansas was at Ponsacola on the 5th,
New Orleans the Benicia, on the Ctli,
at Esquiinalt, from San Francisco,
and the departure of the Plymouth
from Key West for tlie Hio Grande
otrthe oth. ..
~T^he United States steaiuer Narra
gausett, which arrived at San Fran
cisco ohthe 4th instant from La Paz,
has been engaged during the past two
years in surveying the Gulf of Mexico,
and'the naval authorities are much
pleased with tlie yaluable service
rendered. Complete\charts of that
without decidid changc
mixed western, stcinn, 80C^^2c sail do,
[email protected]
HAKI.EY—Nominal.
OATS—Dull
and lieavv mixed w*:.-,lctii,
6 3 0 4
L'OUK—Heavy, at $20-t.KFJSO TIO
WHKAT—
OATS—Weak,
for .T
itly.
WIURKT—Steady, at $1.18.
1
L.\ni—Dull and heavy, at t:i',e.
WHISKV— $1 22.
ft l*'r-V'Ttd
eaty-UIUL
cash 41c for
LOWER
Aug.
-'l!V\'c-FOR
ItYK—Firmer, at $1.02.
UAKI.KV—Higher $1:10 for cash il.'ic
for
Sept.
POHK—Weak aud IOWIT, at $10.:)0 for
cash.
LARD—Easy, at $|!t.l"i for cnsli.'
WIIISKV—$1.17.
PORK—Dull small lota delivered^
LAnn—Summer, at $12.13.
CATTI.r—Receipts, 8,000
Chas. Payson, chief of the liure^u ofr ,, «, ~77T~~v\i mfemkW
statistics, do. Ferdiijaiidi Jefferson,r
chief,of the'burcau of i6lls and libra' 1
POTTER & WOOD,
CliHiigee
.IS FV
FKOCH—Uneliaugetl.
Wit KAT—Higher No. 2 fall, $1.20}£(&
1.11 bid for tor cash fi.2S}£@1.30 Tor
July $1.27&@1.28 for Aug.
COUN—Loyver 05J.t'c for cash 07c for
July G8cfor,Aug.
OATS—Lower: 50c for cash 43^e bid
IIOIIPO
Kl. LouU.
ST. Louis, July I:$.
i-'
il ~j
}•,
MlLWAL'KKl:,
July 1.1.
tV it eat—Quiet No. 2 $1.10 $|.0S^
1-08 Jg4br-J iUv -$1.0iJ.4-farAagU3t.
a".
i--,' tl" auuik narkrla.
cincA«i°.
,,4*.
CHICAOO, July
1J!.
Ildoa—Receipts, 8,400 moderately ac
tive, ttrm and [email protected] higtier common to
choice heavy, [email protected] common to
choice lixht, [email protected]
steady 'shin-
ping, [email protected] through Texans, $2.00^
'».W{ nature,,$:[email protected]
Otf*-. Kt yv
8T.
ry, do. Robert C. Morgan, chief of 'Iloai—Kecelpts, fl00{ firmer'demand
'the Imreaii of accounts, do. Arthur stockers, l'.50 shippers,
f.OUis.
ST. Louis, uly lil.
#AA"Tct,P*i at Home.
•fiU ". Stlnsoii
-1 /v.
OUAJ.KK-
IN 'j
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry?
SILVERWARE,
MiiNienl liiHli'iiiiiunls,
•"•••in N"'' 1*1 atleuiwu li nil 1!.
Oi'ilift Viv mini piomptly attuUdcrtrti
THIRD STREET,'
ill If WKTON, D. T.
GREGORY BROTHERS,
«soe*s*i
18ROADWAY YANKTON.
-Slu|»lv
^rtnu«u stuck of »,
^4. W
un«l l'aiicy i'oeerics
111 *.!»(? Wft
Pur»! OniifW tun»'rv in|r'orV
huvotuto Bmrultt of Ci\j»*r«
Iff A fipftctatty.
To take efft el Moitihit/, JYurrmbi'r
TKAIN* MUVINii
WKST.
A5S:::SZS Ke.i
S.n0|i.in. Limvi1 ..t.^!OllX f'l rv
i.Jll Mcl'OOK
S..M
.: :..J£PKKU»ON
'..tKI.K l'OlNT.
3.IT I...IIUKUAMK..
•I. iI
in.
decided diangc No.
v. Tobacco
Dakofit Soutliern Huilrtm
TIMK TA1JL1
il, 1S7-L
iTP.AINH MOVING
I KA«r.
rASStXSEB IT .:
STATIONS.
II.Sn.i.in. Arr'f
10.39
10 o.
«.:« •!':!.•
'.l.ll'.l
l.tVICItMIMJoX
4.KI .......I...MKCKUNf)...! ^.:1T
:.,17 '..!...GAYVIM'K. ..I.rt.i:i
•V1W IMAMK8 UlVKlt.i 7.W
i'cufl Arrive'.."tYANKTf
IXTTTrr.ao-
Quincy,
Oulro, r. Wi'y
St. Louli^,
And All Point* SOUTH and EAST,
tjliould I'.uy their Tickutf
via
I O A 3 0
ANU THE
Chicap & Northwestern Railway
Clotc Conuottim? made with all Kail roads run
nlu^r Kant or South from Chicago.
TliiN
Ciiit'Aoo, July i:i.
Weak, »t if 1.07(g)
1.07 for
cash and options.
(JOHN—Weak and lower 07 ^c for cash
lW/,,c for Auk-
IM
tlio
For Dubuque, Cedar JUpids, I'rairle du Cliien,
St.l'uul, I.n Crosse, Winona, Murqnuttp, -Duluth,
Ishpomiuir, K*cuuahn, Ne^niiDee, McnusUs, Slir
boyjitU. VVntertovvn, Madisou, Creeu Way, Steveni
f\jint.%Os»likosh, Komi du Luc.
\\i
!tniAVAi!Hi:i:.
TKi^^
poln ti«~rt re al
T'oTi" I ri"(5" ]rirc
~oT ~cr rffaf"
Road, or are readied hy thin Hoifle wit li lene
of Cur* lliau hy any other.
Ainon^ t!e imlucements t»tfered hy thi? Honte,
ALL THE MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.
Rock find Gravel Hallnnted Truck Steel Rail,
iU)ck and -.Iron Bridget Puiltmm Palatial Curn
and Coaches Parlor and Prawiug-room Day
CnachdsrSmokhis and Loun^infrCar*' We*ting»
Safety Air Hrake* MillorV Vuleul Safety
Coupling* aud Platformi« Clone Connections at
Junclioli Point? Lean Transfer* thorn any other
Route Union Depots, no Car Ferry Transfer*
Spood, Safety and Ahbolutc Coyiforr.
From 2 to IO Fast Express Tininti run
cuc-li way Dully iiVei lliu varl,iu» LIIIVA »f lliis road,
tliu8 ficcnjlnj: to llu( Traveler »cl(,ciiiii_MhiH Koutu
SURE «»l
certain conIK-CUOUB in niiy.-Ulrcctlon lie
nl»y wjijli to go.
See that
your
tickets
BLACK
Tprms free.
Co., Portland,
«My
4
A
HEAD VIA TIII#
UouTK.jiud take none uthur.
lUSTDt 873UTT. W. «. OTIiWITT,
ien'l Fup't. I Gcn'l l'a*B'r Aat.
Chicago (k Northwestern Railway.
TRAIN'S AT MISSOURI VAI.LKT JUNCTION
Going Went Arrive.
iu
xpres*
Day Express.
Nk'ht Ex
S. &. ti Pacific Pusneugcr in.
r»^»%n
tjt'HVi
Vin Slnt:«)i»«. tTclejjntph Sfntion?.
roNNi:c*noNK.
1. Ai Sioux City wlili Illinois CVulnil. Smtix
'Uy nn«.l l*aeille. :iitr! Siour (Mty awl St-. I*mi1 Uall
roaiU
'Z. At Kll I'olii! wilh ft»r Ktlv-n, Ciinlon
nnd Siou.v Vails:
il. At Wrmillion with P»r Ltuh. Kivcr
tfido and Turner.
4. At
for St.
0." AirO^yvillc wiili'f*tU£i**'l'or St. Uuluutiv
f»: At Ynnkton with «tt!ampr« Tor ^or^^ Ran
dall, Sully, Kiev, aud all points ou the Tppor Mir
rtnir! r!vt*r ?taaof» for Bon ffoninic S'printrfltild
and Fori tlandui], and stc.nn IVrry for Urvfi !r*
l.and. ronntTtlnp nt (iro«»n Inland with
elft.V'? lor all ioinu iu Northern
J. S. )Uti \UAXG, G* ,'1 Suixrinten.rt.
0. II. VAN TARSKJ.. A^ont nt YuuUton.
€N-W
A I W A
AS8KNUKUS FOB
ni A
Ijciroit, Ttilfdo, CleVflaiid, UtUlalo, Niaunra Kallf,
Pittchur^h, Ciucimititl, ItochvMc'r, Albnny.To
ronTowlMuntieal, Quebec, Portland,
HOP
km, New
York, lMilludclphm," IJalthnoii'., Wnsliinsron,
WluMdin*-'. I'olumhuf, Uuyton, ludlnniiptdi^.
Tcjre Uaulo, Cliauipttluu, III., t.n,
Springfield, •Itick^ouvUie,
Depart
p. m.
8:18 a. m.
lTiDOalm.
J'iisBcii^urw...iu.
.. m.
Expro.f Krc-lstn.. mi
Going Ratt. r- Arrive Dtilfirt.
Day Kxprcns 7:33a. m.
Nichl Exprni"* in. .5:14 p. in.
S. 0. & Pacific Pameugiir in. 8::IU p. m.
PttBsenger in. ni.
Exprte« Freight in. lHlSp.m.
i,i ,'ri. W.H.MtKXBTT,
n2
r'_
Qtmral rattengtr Agent.
For Sale.
ONE
IIITNOUED AND SIXTY ACUK8 Ol-' EX
CeUout bottom laud.nituated ia the Mlnaotirl
•valley, feven ratlci from Yankton.
Forty acres of land two and a bait mtlw'eaHt of
Yankton on the.Jamea river bottom
jofiy acr«a three aad-a half mile* eautefYank
on. on tbo Mtaaouri bottpiq, bortorioa tlie rait
road. Will he gold cheap for cash
,. Apply to Pfe«* and Daki
kotalan.Yanklon.-
ready. Ulllloim ean be sold, "Ocodepecd PuV
UhtBR'Boa«e,.OU€aKO ... ng-]y 1
.J
•jNci:
«£.Uur and
68.'
Incorporated Jan. 1, 1875.
I*. IIHAMIII.K, IWl, Misr.n.
1 1. IN
mANi'i-.\("i'uiii:r« ok
FLOUR
Corn Meal,
And Dealers 111 all tinisUj'ccil
VSH
PAID
Klour dolivrrntl In nil trl^ (»l iho niv froi* of
Chan.-*, all and .w»us u. ihmr sponk- lor
itntdl. ..
t'tl'ITAI, STRF.IIT,
YANKTON. DAKOTA?
Jjarliiuaif.
LOAN BROKERS.
t*
«r.
We have e^lahlihh a very e-.tensiv-* hll^inesf \s iltt
(Vipttall*tp In th" NewKnglnnd and -Y
Middle St.'iU.J, mid
G-UARANTEE
Prompt plyinent of inlerert a* the Legal lidrr.
Wc have several very lioii-f
I O E I 1
Within y* hours drive of the city, c»»n
luiiiiU" llkl acict! eueh,
IN CHOP,
ThaOve »n'rr lirrijinarkfiblY low^irie^. At iiliii-iup
TncTiitletl iare ehano« forea.-h: a!f*fi
pome heavy
TIMBEU TRACTS
'I
lint
wr will dell vury chcap. A frw
'.HKIiDli
l!
MI |l.
T\-nu ,Srj
Excelsior Mill
COMPANY^
ViSfS
,r Bran,
.."-rr ,, Shqrts,
7.-,
JBIQHEi &KDIX
DKA1.EUS IN
I 3HIRK fcv (inu»"
HARDWARE STOVES.
Manufacturw* t»i'
Tjn, Hlieet-lroii and Uoppcr.
Jnh \s*n promptly attond«Ml to. IJMIPMI
counts on Tinware t« Snlleis aud Country il. i
cr*. Wc ^uuiaiil stoic nn
TSZED STESZTr
nl Nesii* Brrmdwny
^cnl tfstntc.
3.
Reed & Hayward,
iltVHiliit'.r
and y-K aiu.|nia In lliu i-.itv ui. l».u^aiu. 1 lnv
alor.t InilWIIiij'ii and lnts cheap..
HttWARIl,
Hi-al Kct.'itn Dralrr.".
nl-I Cor. W ii Wiilnut Si.
Clolljimj.
H. KATZ,
(Surri'MoMoTn Kat/. A Oo.)
Wl ole«a1(i and'Ketaii Dealer In Ufadv Mad
CLOTHING
i'": Gcalii FurillalllnK fiooili,
TRUNKS Sc. VAXISES
11
uATS AND CAPS,
Third Street, near Broadu'ay,
YANKTON. DAKOTA
O^KPNER BROTHERS.
AATiolrtialfl and.Retail Dwifri^ In1'
FARM MACHINERY,
:rn»w,
cjrtroiBrrwir*^
Third Street, op
p. tlie Post Office,
n*» YANKTON.
~i
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•£& .—

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