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YANKTON
Oiiiiilin will liuvo the fast mail.
President Grant, it is oxpe
will- reach 'Washington to-day
his western trip.
,.'i\
(Ji'iKM'iil News.
l."1
from
One find roil gutis were iired in
NV.v Orleans iri^cYlelTTaliiY2"!flic rtsr]
pfililicun victory in Ohio. '1
The various railroad tiokoL agents
will meet in Philadelphia soon andv
aitiinge a centennial passenger7 turiil'.
A Frenchman, named La Page, has
lieen arrested on suspicion of being
connected with lli Josie Longtniiid
murdi_r.
J)r. Charles Stephens, U. S. A.,
post surgeon at ^ortli Platte, Neb.,
and-Miss Ida 'Demurest, of Omaha,
were married on Tuesday.
A section of one'of the big trees of
California has' been sent to the cen
tennial. It is sixteecn feet long, 523
feet in diameter. As indicated by
the yeaily rings, it is 2,230 years old
..liuinigrnMoii Malistic*.
Washington Republican,
Information just received at tl.ic
bureau of statistics shows the follow
ing immigration at the port of New
Vork during the nionth of Septem
ber, 1874 and 1875:
in
1*7'
Males.
I'Vinales.1 Total.
16,
WO
11.311)
7,»:u
•1,911*
Decrease
3,847
Holland
Scotland
nrClTifTrt" .—"rr.TTTrrr
JUSI
The principal countries of last per
maiieut residence or citizenship of the
immigrants were as follows:
COrNTIUKS. JRTI
4.Ml
3,tMl
40
3,1I.V)
i!
100
11
Wales
iierniHMy
AUstiU
Sweden
Norway
Denmark
Prance
Switzerland •..
Spain
Italy
r»i
0,r.if8
401
r.3
•2W
•2*r,
16C
if.'j
K5
4 Mi
in
lit
it
'ti.
i!
N.v
11 %»1 IHIXI ..
Kussla
I'iihind
llunsrHry...
Canada
Cuba....
St
11»
!,(
•."»
106
87
'21
I'M
K'J
00
Huvc you licard IIMIIII Wood
bury
City Journal, Oct. 14.
We have nearly complete ret iinis
from thejelection in Woodbury Coun
t_v, which we present in tabular form
elsewhere. It is possible that the ic
maining townships, Willow and l.is
ton, may coine in before we close our
forms, but the figures given settle all
questions at issue. I.iston last year
east 10 votes. Willow is a. new.
township and the vote will not be
above 25 or such a matter,.
The Republicans have elected their
entire ticket, with the exception of
School Superintendent, Mr. Wright,
present incumbent, having carried off
that ollice by a fair majority over
both his competitors.
The Republican Statetickct has a
majority of about 300 Moif.it, for
County Auditor, about 500' Kent, for
Treasurer, about 280 McDonald, for
Slier ill", aliout 550 Eberly, for Siqier
visor, iiliout SO. Tlie Cburt-iionse
proposition prevails by a majority of
some !JG0
Gilliland, for Representative," gets
all tlie votes cast iti the county for
that ollice, save a few scattering.
"Two years ago, Kent's majority in
the county was only 154, and MeDoti
aid's :J09.
"tlicm proudr
The handsome gain does
Last year, Young, for Secretary of
Slate, had a majority in the county
of but Ki-t, which shows a Republican
gain in the county on State ticket
of over 150. ^Not very, bad, take it
all around^is it?_
DAKOTA NEWS.
UNION COUNTY.
Klk Point Courier, Oct. i:uh.
On Sunday last, after the morning ecr
vices in the Baptist church, five more can
didates received the ordinance of baptism
immersion. So far, about t-fth ty persons
ve been.united with the church.
chiTlast Thursday three sacks of wheat
were st«^len from wagons standing near the
Elk Poiih.liouse, and belonging to some
farmers from, the northern portion of our
county. 'The^firtiin was finally recovered
at the mill, whei^it had been-taken. The
thief was arrested and arraigned before
.Justice Wallace, but pleading poverty and
promising amendment, after paying for the
wheat, as well as all costs, lie was permitted
to go free.
The little'eon of P. W. McManus, Esq.,
met with.a serious accident! on Sunday, by
upsetting/a heavy table, which fell on him
and bruised him considerably.. The little
fellow is doing flnely, however, and will
soon be around agafn. Since the above
_was in type we learn that a gash \yas cut in
tlie "bov's jaee, extending from lUeOycdnwn
to the nostrils. Dr. Con ley setfed up the
wound and rendered liim us conifortatjlc ns
possible. I
TELEGRAPH.
o'clock, P. M. .b
1 BUCKEYE:
The llepiiblicuii Majority
Whittled Down a Little.
But Enough Left to Discourage the
Friends of Ancient William.
DtibiKjito Coiinly, Iowa, "Will
Comfort tin* Sorrowina: Deni-
oc rills.
The Ohio Elections.
COJ.VJIni'S, Oct. J.".—Neither _tije
republican or .democratic committees
have received additional returns this
morning. Tfie so hate- is still in doubt,
and the result cannot be determined
until full returns art- received from
Wood county, where it is reported
the counting out is delayed by traud
ulcnt votes polled,
I ATliK.
1
News received'from Wood county
at :'J0 p. m. cltfliiis that heavy frauds
were practiced in Perrysburg, which
will probably necessitate the throwing
out of the yotes polled there. If the
vote is counted Ilayes' majority in
tlie county will be -100, and give the
-rcpublreaiiS" tine-.-senatvir-.— lf--i —i.-v
thrown out,"Tla)'es' majority will be
723, and .both republican senators will
be ele'eted. In either ease a republi
can representative is elected, wiiic'u
gives the senate to the republicans by
two majority, and the house by 12
majority. Hayes' majority r. ill now
probably be over 4,000.
Dubuque County, Iowa.
l)l"l!liH'i:
IOWA,
has 1,758 majority over Kirk wood in
tlus-euiuty,.aud-tiie-wliple-t.uitL' I ickct..
runs about at these liguies. Tin: ri--
dlea'ns elect one r.-presentative, .1.
K. Graves, not two a.s-err(ineoiisly re
ported yesterday.1
...Failures.
Nk\V*
i*oi:K, Oct. 15.—Moses
Herman & (Jo.\ of 22 Walker street,
the'principal inembci of which is a
brother of A. S. Herman, who recent
ly went—into bankruptcy, liavi also
failed. The linn's liabilities are
stated at.¥200,000, and assets at ^05,
000, $30,000 being stock and -v 15,000
bills "receivable^,
II
arris Rothsicrn, a hatter, has filed
1 2 0 1 5
Promoted.
/WASIIIXOTOX,"
President- Grant Eeturns
MI:
an assignment ot ii is property tor tlicjtiie taction tlie suuc
benefit of his creditors. His liabili
ties are given at ^=-7,UG'..•"*, and as­
Religious.
Fi'iciinunc, Mass., ()ct. 15.—The
state convention of the Young Men's
Christian Association resolved yester
day to send a greeting to the Young
Women's. Christian Association in
session at Pittsburg, and protested
against the encroiichnient, ifpon the
Lord's da}-.
Oct. loth.——W. Ii
Crarv, of Michigun, has been promo
ted. from assistant to postmaster of
the U. S. s(cnatej and C. C. Jones of
Minnesota, has been appointed .assis
tint postmaster.
Foreign.
.LONDON,
Oct. 15.—A number of
coasters wq^e wrecked atid several'
lives lost ju a gale yesterday,
Run on a Boston Sank.'
BOSTON,
Oct.
15.—There
has been
a run on the Home Savings JJank to
day, .but its^jfficers cloitn that-it is in
a condition to
a condition to pay as fast as clann^
are presented.}
John Quincy Adams has been suli
slituted for General -Bartlett, as the
candidatc-f^r=liGntetia»l=grtveMtai'5-cm:
the democriitic tickr.-t of .Massachu­
setts.. •. f-
YANKTON DAKOTA 'T^UKITOUY.. I'liiDAY KVKNINCi. (XT'OBKR 15. 1875.
VVASnr.N( TON
S
Cabinet Meeting in Held.
No Appointiix'ii
1 the Interior
Departuu'iit tuilil Next
.• Woeli.
Nefiroes Attacked and Murdor
od in Brooklyn.
yX'-Mi'i-
WASHINGTON.
WASHINGTON,
department and Ass't Secretary ow
an of thesJntcrior 'departmcm
•V
1.ATKK.
Negroes Murdered in Nc\v..York.
\i VOI
K,
Oct. lo.—\N'llile scyine
colored lijeri vrere ret inning last nighi
from a' picnic held in the outskirts ot
linok!y:i, they were attacked by a
number of whites. One of the ne
groes was instantly killed by a blow
from a stone, and another .was. fatally
injured. Pevcn men were arrested.-
S'a»il4t!
The
Oct. 15.— Lelllcr
T«»i»U'.«.
W :i li i:_rt 1
II
l'cimhlira'ii ..1' Ot t. ntlt.
Tin-: I'i'Ki'.t.os
IM.M:."
I'ueblf
l.os" wen? a't'TTie'In­
dian ollice Saturilav morning,- and
their acting parent,
ihc—.liaiiiL-.onu.
slui i:rl.-
with piaises, tln^ departed,
of the Haltiinore and Ohio
toward tlie settiiiLT sun.
oi.:I.
OI.D STOITV WAV TOI.H
AOAIN."
The attorney general is likely to be
pretty well-iiilonned concerning mat
ters in Missi.-sippi. lie had-hsirdly
reached his ollice on Saturday ere he
was called upon by reprcseutati.veo of
L-IN AXCL AI..
At the close of business Saturday
'the'following were the Italances in the
treasury: Currency, $-1,908,02'.).',.
special deposits---of legal tenders for
•redemption,of certificates Of {deposit,
§01 ,So5,000 coin, 4li8,781,'532 in
cluding coin certificates, §12,47-7,100,
outstanding legal tenders, §373,1)41,-1
124. The customs receipts Saturday
were §551,273.75 for the ljionth,'
§2,829,!)21.!)!l, and for the fiscal veiir!
J.y„date, §47,-128,8-13.4 ?. The receipts
«t»-v3aturxla}'. fr»yn inlifnial revenue
sources were §257 S6tj-.-(8 ,fo'r .-the
inonili, §3,03lJ,(j57.54, anil for the
lineal ye.ar, §3'1,505,i}(j3.2o.' Tlie
treasury now holds §3150,791,762 in
United States bosds to secure nil-i
tional bank circulation, and §18,782,'
200 to sccure public deposits. The
national bank circulation outstanding
amounts to §340,700,853, of which'
amount §2,040,000 arc notes issued to
gold. Ij'anks.
MOVK.M
TT
K.N'T Ol-' Sl'Kt 1 I Nr (,'t.
I if a a a 1 a a a
1
Cabinet Meeting audthe Vacant Chair amounted to $1,091,18-1, and the im
Oct. lo.-The presi-
Tlie cabiucKlield a long session and
transacted inuctV.Kautine business to-,
da}'. The inemljWs state that the
sec votary of the Interior will not'-be
appointed before next. week. It is
believed the president. isK wfrrtingrfor
a response from a gentleman to whonr
the position has been ollcrcd.
Weekly Kepoit, an authentic.iiHMCan
a a
clediiu:*partly to the late decree por-
rHsTElld a inittiilg the free- importation of for
eign gold coins, and enforcing their
circiilation with an lulditional pre
lyiitlni of five per cent.," and in part to
•'.'pc^iticar.news of- .a mfiie-favorable
i'haracter from Spain." Ii appears'/
however,-from the latest telegraphic
news tlia't the premium has again ad
vanced to $1.27 A or—& 1.28, a fact for
which no e.\planatiou has yet readied
us. The total exports of specie from
IHMUIV
'•ol. Ir'wiu, did
foil—.t-iiu ui —.with
forth.
-Lhiiifj
silve
Indian-like, us well as Oiiver'Twist
iike, tlie delegation, wanted more—
and ttiey got it. The additional pres
ents coiisisicd of hats and lih netting.
Kailioad tickets tiiev were also |iro
yided with, as well as a -niall amount
of lucre. Thus accoutred, with hearts
brimfull of gratitude and lips chock
a-block
by way
railroad
i.
of
for. Nnvenilii'i
OATS—Quiet-
WHISKY—Lower,
November.
Hyi-:—7
I'A
Ul.liY
iio are op-
poscd to any action by tin govern
iiient,or lo an) iiiterference wh'atevor
regarding whatever mil}' happen
there. These gentlemen think that
the result of uon-inteifereiice may
lose to tlie republican party the next
legislature of the state, but, inconsist
ently enough, draw a rose^olored
vieyv of the presidential election, as
serting views that the republicans will
carry the state in that campaign.
The usual clr.iractei istic telegram from'
Senator Alcorn, picturing peacc and
harmony, ciinie to hand at lie,depart
ment oi justice on Saturday.
easier
011
LLA.
1
Juring tlio week cndcil Hepteniber
g'5"tlic •prV nTlTTOn"itr^nrts»r^d^«r- fty "''y
ly
StBJKS 1,1 II —I wn
Havana for the first nine months oi
lfci .3 amounted to ^2,10S,-)00, and
imports tor the same period to $1 ,!!(),-
PORTS
1
di'iii arrived tliiu morhing and a rcgu
lar cabinet session was held at 12
o'clock. Tln'ie were prevent Secre
taries lTHstow and lielkiiap", AItorney
Li.cuei'iiL..llii i-cpuiiL,._and..: .l^ostuiaste.c
General .Iewctl. Ass't Secretary L'ad
walliiUer, who're|)rcscnted t' te
to S5,00'.t,331, the heaviest im-
portations occurring in March and
Iune. The imports of spccic from the
.. sj I 5 'I
I'nited States amounted to84,800,-l-iO
during the first nine months of I8i,t,
and to *f,50P,2-10 during tin first nine
moi'ths of 18If).
JlAltliETS I»V TKLKOKAIMI.
Nnv Vork Illonry and Slock i»lnrk«'t.
NEW VOUK, Oct. 15.
Moiicy, per ccnt.
(.old 11'v'ii•
Govcminehls dull anil slnm^.
I". S. Ii per ccnl. liniulo of ISM ..
I*. S. 5-*20 bnmlti ol* May...
s. bomls ol' 1WV4k, May....
I". S. a -M
LTFIFT.Njnly....
i*.S.5-*io boudt* of 1H7, .Jaily...
iT. S, .S--0 hon0?*» now
1-. S.
W'20
lu'Utlii of 1S0S. «JulyS.
S. Oo IIOIKL-1, new .V-....
V. S.
5
\RT cunt.
10 10
KyK Qnii-t.
COUNANlXBAULIiY—
—MiiKli
OATS—huiady
& .. -I .'.•r.-i. i.---.
ie
CJIAMIA
v2S, of which upwards of $0,000,000. WtAJlW- &U\X dUUy
were imported during the tinee
months from Match 1st to May olat,
inclusive. During the first nine
months of .1874 the exports of specie
.UiiVi
nil*
bontl?*.
I."*, S. currency 0'
Slocks active.
\v. r. t. .,.71*4 st. v.tui.
I'ui'iii .Mail Si. l'.uil j»Ul.
N. V. Ctrntnil UW'j l.sikc sh»»ro
il- Ui O. Jc
V. W '.
\M.
:fsg
Wahu.-h
N\. W. pAl... ..' Union. PacitU'....
Uurk lj-l iml Uy\i
A civ York.
XKW VOHK.
Oct. 15.
\VW.AT—1('/:-C better Xo. Cliicasn,
N 2 a go $ 1 2
Xo.Atlhvaiilici.', !?1.2'.I(L'H.:31 winter red
western, \l
.22©
1.11.
lirm'-r Steam we.stcrn
inixi.'il, 71c 0i do, 72 j'c liigli mixed and
juilmv, T2 2i7:{ts.
inixcil western and while,
:S(!i--l'.le, including to pjime Chicago,
Is'U'i l!l.
I'otti —I avy, nt £2^
[.Aim—Firm, at -l-I.^X" 'ac
W111 y—§l.lTJ'.i*.
Sl. 3.out.
ST.
W
IIKAT
Lol ls, \ct. l."i.
Firmer Xo. 2 fall, 1 til1
for cash l-.(i2(!i 1.152} for Oct. 1
1- 01 fur Nov. Xo. Ii fall, ^l.otij ,\jt()r
cash.
I'oux—Easier '/7c for cash -tH
f,
r:iC'.'
17^
iM.'.tC"1 hi1 lor cash
(fii:i.")/, for Oct.
livi
AXII
HAHI.IOY—Steady.
at $1.11}:,.
I'liiiK—Steady jobbing, ^-1 00.
LAIIII—IJ'iiet,
at KJJjc.
^.'C!lll:ic«.
CLIK'AOO,
WIIHA'R—Stronj
cash !?1.0'.),7,i for Nov.
COUN—Steady 50.7«c
Xoveinher.
OATS—Firmer
for cash for
1
ncliIT!"•U«-.I.
I'oiiK—Easier lor cn.-li
LAUD—Steady,
at.
1 :j-U..
WIIISKV—§l.i:l'.j.
light sales rough and common
mixed, §7.25$i7..1Q common to good heavy,
[email protected]».00 .good to choice heavy, $8.00
(§#.20 l'hiladelplitas, ^8 -IO©S 50 com
mon to choice light, §7.(j0ict7.85
CA-|'TI.IC—-l^irmer
recei|its,
um to choice, §[email protected](i,00 lliiiroiigh' Tex"
ans,
[email protected]'1.C0.
i/- ST.
I.O-na.
ST.
Billiard Hall!
I have r«llttcii ntxl reftirnlr.licd It, and am now
prepared to do •'biz" In a rtrc-c)nst» Mylu.
C|»olce Wine.-and Llijnorf.^ncludtiL^ tlie cele
brated
0. K. Cabinet Whiskies!
And I lur b«!»,i t)randK of VG A ItS Wept constant
1 yon hand. (JoocL
01u."b Rooms
1 connection with the HilHnrd Hall. I would re
rnvt a
mottolH
October 1st it bad
?y^«j
ii Hliy to coine nndfee mc,as»8urlng them tharmy
Havana fluctuated between mottoiH.ilWve:iiidietLive.^lctUve/Mvcand
ant.1,1. ).V, but
tSwhadi
(hroffvics inul C'vocFiciy.
Blatt Si BuM
Wholesale and Retail
GROCERIES.
ni tf
O. P. HAGE,
DKAI.MU IN
Staple & Fancy Oi'oceries,
CROCKERY &:
GLASSWARE,
riiiien Ki:i:
.iiii". tr. VANKTOX, IK T.
GREGORY BROTHERS,
GROCERS*
BROADWAY YANKTON.
ICM of
Staple and Fancy
In tiie wot. l'ure Confratimiery in »toi k.
l-'uvofitc Br:oicl!3 oT Cigara Tobsceo
It! A iutI\-.
ftaiU'oiul.o'.
Dakotii Soutli( ni Hailrond
3.'Si
JIll.WAl.KliU, Oct. 1
WUI-'.AT—1liiilii'i- No. 2,
IFL.11112
cash .v.i iI 4 lur Nov. No. !, ^l O'J' jc.
OoltN—Firm, at 58J2C.
OATS—Finn, WjJc.
KYI:—Steady,at.
IM 10 TABLK,
1
fitLe cjj rV Mou'tuyt jYcVt'iflbt:)' 2li(/,
TU.MN
-Oct.-
and higher
W.I:HT
lor
for cash 54c for
2.00|».i». »l'X iNJTV
2.:M McCOOlC
•»..M FKR(».^
II.
good-to choice heavy
3,000
VAN Tasmhl,
niedi'-.
A O A I A N
IIV
j"_*~ _L
TitAKCH »OVINJ
hA-T.
TIONS.
PAS3SW3S2 »:.!
IJU.12',1
iPASSEH^SE Ha.2
11.3-1 nan. Arr'f
lik Ml
..tKIAi IHMNT
...HUltHANK
3. r»r
\.i\
4 .r.\
A. 17
•.tVKKMTUJn
...Mlit KI.INi-?
..fJAYVIL
••JAM KS U1V l-.K
SHOPS...:..! 7.:n
0.no Arrive ...+Y AN KTON... T.:J0
Kiaj StathniH.
for
at-VJi^'c.
Live stuck .tlurUftN.
CIIIC'AOO.
CUICAOO, Oct. 15.
Hoos—Iti'ceipts, l'J'.OQO linn and moder
ately active
011
:-t'lYlegnipli
Stationn.
C'UNNKOTKJNS.
1. At Sioux City Willi Illinois Vn!ral. Sioux
Itv and Pacific and »Sionx City and St. Paul Kail
road??.
ii. At Klk Point with hlsjge.^ Tor Mden, Canton
and Sioux Falls ..
il. At Vermillion'with stage* for I.odi, Hivor
side and Turner.
•t. A• MeckliiiK with for St. JamciJjVc
h. At t.iayville with sita^ef for St. Helena/
». At Yankton with steamers for l*ort!*'lian
dall. Sully, iitce, ami all poinin on the Mit*
eouri river Htayes* for Bon Hoinine. Sprfhyfield
and Fort itandall, and Hlcam ferry for Mri'un Is
land, Nebraska, connection at '(ireen Island with
s't.itfes for all points in Northern Nebraska.
•T. S. MK(:KLI,NCi,
Gtnl St/perltilfnd't.
A
Kent at Yankton
SnihlUrij.
t). n. Cooi.KV,
Lovis, Oct.
15."
Moos—Hecelpts, 2,500 lower shippers,
[email protected] buconj $7.00(^7.50 butch
ers. $7.([email protected]
Ft
OA.
ID^W -A.
CO OLE,I
sn
fg*'"»r-
n33-tr. CHAS. WAMBOLE.
Wii.r.Aiio I'l.Ai-a
lisl'ttblieliud ltMW.:.
HARNESS
filler*, Farmers and Carriage w»rk
or vi
PLACE
Man fa urers
Third Street, Yankton, 1). IV
Mlnera Sa ldlc»4, imd a full line of
Saddles, Collars, Bridles,
I flips
andTJuljncfGoods^
Tiie best oak-tanue I Leal her only u?cd.
w- j
5
YANKTON,
No. 149.
lUholcssnlc ©roffrs.
BRAMBLE & HINEB,
WHOLESALE
LIVES,
3fj
$
yt,
».
&
'*4%
DAKOTA.
-Jliuiks.-
lOSTARLIHlLKn lHiiH.
BAXTSbZUG HOTJSE
OK
MARK M. PARMER,
TIIO
Pioneer Banker of Dakota Ter'y.
Yankton, Dakota.
il.-p'ifii•. ri'C.'lv.:il (.ul.Jurl In. hi-c.li :il ^i^lil.ioni
luU-tcit iilloweil on «lf|fohlU lell for a
lime. UoUl«bihcr and rniu.it Mute* acArltie*,
•mupjIi! hihI at (mrroni. raii'j". I'ay Arcounl!*
iiwl"Klnftl Statrmtrnts enphud at-a-rvnt*utiabli» «h»»
roiuiJ. Kori'l^n K\(-hatgc Hold on nil ih« prlnci
|ml cltioj* ol' KliroiM*. A^ciil for I lie Iniiian Mue
of ficunuTr1. (.olIcclioiiB made on all purl* ol
!akofa. TflXf'f piml lof non-remdi'nt«.
^/"OFKK.K Mouitrt from n. in. to4 p, m.
til II 7IAIIK M. FAHTiKII.
II JX'
First National Bank
VAXKTOX.
Financial Agent of the United States,
AN!)
\Approved Depositary for DisMrsmg Ollicers.'
JAS.'b. MCJVAY,
CUA?. K. 8ANB«.»U.V,
Pretiil' *t
Canhitr.
(^"UrafttfvJiou^htand sold. Collection* made
and promptly remitted for. 1 tf.
Special Inducemeiit
I S
t' JV-—'
LIMITED MEANS WHO WISH TOJ1U
A FARM NEAR YANKTON.
A KAKM of 100 ncrtB 4»4 xnllc»* northwest
^Yankton, with creek oil siune, iukI has 15 acres
improved, and good lmy land. J'ricc,.$W0 hall
caah and h?Uf on time, at per cent.
HIXTY A/JKKH TIM BKI{ 5 miles from anktou.
Prite, $!HK half on tint* at 8 per cent.
A KAKM of 160 acres 2'$ mUctt north of Yank
ton. I'rice, ffiriD half cneh and haif on time, at
8 per cent, intercut.
A KAKM of lW) acres near Clay Creek, with l:i»
acres improved and never falling spring: plenty
of blue grasn. Price, ^.V0 half cash and half on
time, at& per cent, interest.
STOCK KAHM 4)U .Tamc« river, near upper
bridge, in Yankton county., Price, two hall
caah and half on time at 8 per cent.
0 FARM OF It*) ACItKS KACII, in Towiubip
C.5. Kange 5G, for $.VK) cach half cash and half un
lime, at 8 per cent, interest.
A DWELLING XIOL'SE. with 7 lar no ro»ms,
lots and good well. ln the city. l^ricutfPJUpi.half
cash aud liaif on time, at 8 ]er ccnt.
STOKE A LOT
"oil
I I
I
Capital, near Third tftre'ct*
Pr'.cc, ?'j00 half ou time at 8 per cent.
ALL TAXKSl'Afn AM" TIT!,K fElUBCT.
——LCaii^A-p/flddrofi^
4- F. IIAYWARD.
Cor. W%lnutand 2d St». Yankton*

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