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GRAIN. Wheat, 9 bushel Corn, ear ........ Corn, shelled Barley Rye Oft^i, Potato**, bnyhel Ouions Turulps.. Applet,V bbl....... Parsnips, bu .... Hay, inon Hay, baled Mutter, crock .' Butter, roll.............. itgg* ••••,. Whelsaal* Market—8*llla(. w. FLOUR. No. 1 spring, 9 cwt Dakota Fancy Patent, cwt.. ... Mraham, flcWt Ileal, boiled Bran. j. eu '53 »3©65 76 25 raoDuci. 18@J0 1.00 yo 5.00 .1.85 A ntVTK L^r, lo.oo 15® tC S0®*5 15 ».30®J.75 8.75 a.uu 1.75 50®t» SUGARS. Standard A ..ii-.-.. ... KxtraC .ttrannlated Brown Crushed y,X. .\. Powdered ahd Cut Loaf Young Hyson, Mr t. voanij Hyson. Impe Imperial, chol Gunpowder Uunpowde Guupow 1l?i llK® ll£5 18H®J«Ji 9)t®10H 18^®^ TEAS 40®50 "1.00 l.«s _1.CU l.i 1.00®1.85 90 1.10 1.45 flne,~«t ... r, choice, ft COFFEE. 38®8GH «5®87 VINEGAR. Pruning'* elder, per gal While wine Double 17 4 1* 30 PROVISIONS. Mess pork, bbl ... Sngar cured bam*, Bacon,aide*, Should*!*.... Lard, in caddies... Lard, tierce*. Lard, halt bbU Lard, keg* 83 .OH 15 15 18 -1# STOCK. Bee Tcatl 1e cwt, alive C*lvei,per head, all** Hog*, if cwt., •live Hog*, cwt., drened Shaep, per head Chickens. ft Turkeys....... Peache*, l-ft cans, per case Peaches, S-ft cans I.lma beans Yarmouth, corn Tomatoes Raspberries Strawberries •#«••................... Strlngbean* Peas Egg plum* Cherries IS 16* 'm" HICK. Rangoon Louisiana Carolina *. A 8 1 gx email@example.com 4.00©7.00 5.50 7.00®0.00 8®18U 8®18M DRIED FRUITS. Raisins, layers, per box. Currant*, ft.......... Prunes, Peaches, halve* PaaichM, mixed Peaches. Halt Lake Apples. Indiana Apples, Southern Apples, Michigan 8.VO03.OO 9 ii®ia I8« 10®11 17H t®10 l0!i®10H nsiduM CANNED GOODS. «2S®4J0 8.7S®7.0U 4.85 5.50 8.00 4.75 1.0U 3.85 .00 .«0 •.00 Family Bctall Market. FLOUR. Gnhana,,: ,-. .v rjllCJ HlAll,...., .00 1.75 8.85 4.00 MM suaARH. A *agsr flft ExtraC Brown Cruahed, powder*d and granulated. 1»K 18 nH 14® 15 COFFEE. Beat Rio9» ......— Common Roasted Rio Roasted Java 8S®ao 85 40 60 MEATS AT RETAIL. Beefsteak Beef roast* Coar*e beef ... Pork cuts Pork steak Mutton Baeon, ft^ 8hould*r*, Gun*. Lard, caddy.... Lard, country Plcklcd pork Ml Imperla Gn.igfe«-l«m Gunpowder be*t 10®15 10®i*H 7®8 *®10 10®15 15 SYRUPS. Golden— White drip*. New Orlean* *la*se* Maple West-India- CQMOEBGATIONAL CHURCH. Preachlngevery Sandar at 11 A.a. and 7 r. Sabbath Scnool Immediately after morning ser vice. Prayer Meeting Thursday evening, 7: SO. m:B. OHUBOH.' ""Fourth street,. batWMB-Douglas Avenue and Walnut street,. Rev. "A. W, Jamleson, Pastor. ,,t r,-Services,Sunday*, 10:30 A.M. and 7 r. •. Sab bath School at 8 r. Prayer* meeting, Th'nrs ^."«day evealags. 1 1.00 1.50 1.00 8.00 0®75 PROVISIONS. BUTTER AND EGGS Bnttar, choice, roll, per ft. Egg*, per do* TEAS, Common Yoang Hy*on, ft Good Young llysou Common Imperial. Good Imperial 80®85 15 SOCIETY MEETINGS. Meets.at Fuller's Hall. corner of Levee A Cedar Streets, every Tuesdayilnrtnf orbefbrefltllmoon DAKOTA LQDaB.No. l.-I. O. O. F. Meets every Thursday, at Odd Fellow* Hall Burleigh'* Block, on Broadway. BTTMBOLDT LODOI Ho. 5.-1. O. O. F. Meets in Odd Fellow* Hall, Burleigh'* Block Broadway, every Wednesday evening. I.O.orG.T. Meets eVery Wednesday evening. Lodge room In Fuller's block, Sojonralnf member* cordially -,Invited. CHURCHES CHKIST CHURCH. Third Street, between Walnnt and Dougla* Ave., Rev. X. Hoyt^D. P., Rector. Service* Sun. day, at 11 a. m.and7p.m. also*ervlce* Wedne* day evenings. Seats free. a S at a in In ,i,'Charch. BAPTIST CHURCH. SeKofTdiitreet, Mar Dougla*, Rev. Mr. Bowers' pastor, Services at 11 a. m.'aad 1% p. m. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Capital strict, Rev. Mr. Summereisen, prleat. O A W A I have refltted and- refurnished It, and am now prepared to do "HIa la a lr*t-cla*a *tyl*. Cholc* Wines and Liquor*. Including th* cele brated 0. K* Cal^net Whiskies! And thebeatbraadiof CIOIRI keptcoBltant ly oQ hand. Good Club Booms la coBBeetloB with theBil Hard Hall. I would re (peetfnlly IBvltem/frleada andthepnbllcgener* ally to come and •«eme,a**uring thalli that my a*attola."HreanUtllva." nSS-tf OAAS.W AMBOUS. Per 'Mr at Hon*. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. raoiRALorribiiw. Governor—John L. Pennington .Yankton Secrotary—Geo. II. Hand-,.,. Ytfnkton. Delegate toCongress—1.P. Kidder...Vermillion. Surveyor General—W. P. Dewey Yankton Collector Int. Kev.—W. K. Ilollunbeck-.. Flnlsy JUDICIAL. Chief Justicc—P.C. Shannon Yankton. sslociate Juaticea (,J,' Sd'Dlst—A J.Faulk .Yankton. 8d Dlst—Geo. I. Foster Fargo, ,LAKDorncas—Yankton VirmUllon District District.) Reg'er—Oscar Whitney. Receiver-L.S.Bayless. ftrinjJMd District. Register—L. N. Judd. Receiver—L.D.P. Poore. (Ofllce at 8loux FalU.) Reg'r—B. F.Campbell Rec^vr-J.M.Waahburne. Fargo District. Reglater—C. B.Jordan. Receiver—T. M. Pugh. Bismarck District. Register—Peteif Mkfyior. Receiver—E. H.Brown. TIBRITOBI4L orncxaa. Auditor-A. Sheridan Jonea... Olivet. Treasurer—John Clementaon Elk Point. Supt. Public Instruction—J. J. McIntlre..Finlay. Com'r of Immigration—F. J. Croaa...Sioux Fall*.. fAVKTON COUNTT'orriCIM. ('ominlfiAlnn#rft Charles Klseman, Ch'n Joel A. Commissioners^ A Potter Danlel-Wlllcox. Probate Judge and Treasurer... ,Fred. Schnsuber Sheriff A. Belter. Register of Deed* and Connty Clerk.. E. Iverso^. County A.torney. .v...,J. R. Oambli. Superintendent of Schools Nathan PoM.1 Coroner O.K. Etter.,1 Assessor Ole O. Llabo. Justices of tb- Peace—T. W. BrUblne, Jamea A. Hand, Peter Iluber, K. C. Walton. orricEM. Mayor Joel A.Potter Aldermen. 1st Ward—Janice Crowe, Henry Pfotenhauer. id Ward—Fred. Sclinauber, R. I. Tbomaa. 3d Ward—C. E. Brooks. Brick Iverson. 4th Ward—Geo. W. Deiamater. Frank Delaaey. City Clerk Marl* Taylor. Attorney....... S. L. Spink. Marshal Wm. Lcepcr. Treasurer ....C.E.Brambl*. Police Justice.... Chaa. F. Rossteascber BOA Bit OP XDCCATIOX. 1st District D.T. Bramble, F.M. Ziebach. 8d District F. J. Dewitt, J. Sanborn. 3d District Newton Edmunds, Bart let Tripp. 4th District. E. P. Wlljsox, Joseph Ward. Secretary of Board and Superlnteadent of City Public School*.... William M. Bristol. Illinois Central Railr'd Shorleat and Beat Boute to Chicago. SIOUX CITY to CHICAGO 'Without Change of Car*! Commencing Dec. 6th, 1874, A Dally Express Passenger Train will .-leave Sioux City, Sunday* excepted, on the arrival of train ... fr, %BOM YANKTON. Leave Slonx City at 1.40 p. m„ and arrive at Chi "i. run through from Bloux City to cago at 4.05J. m. Cars sleeping Freeport. Passenger* leaving Chicago, bound west at 9.85 m., via the llllnola Central railroad, willarrlve at Sioux City th* nest day at 11.40 a. m. Train* going east connect at Chicago with all train* for Detroit, Cleveland, Bufialo, Niagara Fall*, Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash ington, Mew York, Boston and all part* of the East. i, This train connects at Waterloo with trains on' the Cedar Fall* and Mlnaeaota Branch: leaving Waterloo at 18 All Parts of the South Connection* are alio made at Freeport with Weatern Uoion train*, leaving Freeport at 1-SO m. and arriving at Racine at 6.55 and Mil.' WAukee at 7.83 m. —1 .- Connection* are alio made at Dubcqua to Sfc: Loula,Cairo, and all point* south. Baggage -Checked Through To all Important points. For through tickets and Information apply at the Illlnol* Central Depot. Train* ran by Dubuque time, which 1* twenty minutes faster than Sioux City. JOSEPH F. TUCKER, Chicago. W.P.JOHNSON, General Superintendent. General Passenger Agent, Chicago. ,[W3E». A. HAMILTON, Agent, Sioux Cltv n50-tf SP# Hi A. F. A. M. aod (Zxytttt Hinin. THE DAKOTA STAGE COMPANY Stages Leave Every Day FOR Odessa, wn25-tf Terma free G. Stlasoa Co.,. Portlan H-iy 'r Scotland, Olivet Milltown, Rockport* Rosedaie & Firesteel Every Wednesday-, 4 FOR Ft Thompson Flandreau. C. T. CAMPBELL & CO.,^ Proprietors. Safrs and Iorh$. Hall's Standard i-.vK'Si-: r, J?"1"1"- •'Vermillion. .. I A. H. Barnea .Fargo. U.S. Marshal—J. II. Burdick Yankton. U. 8. Attorney—Wm. Pound Yankton. Clerk Supreme Court—B. 8. Wllllama. Yankton. Ol'k U.a.C'i, 1*1 Dial—H. W.Kidder..Vermillion. VI JO a.m., aid arriving atMona *1 8.80 a. m., connecting with Milwaukee St. Eaul railroad train*, and arriving at St. Panl at C.&5 m„ and Mlnnaappll* at SMp. m. Connection* are made at rieeport with trains on the llllnola Central railroad main line, leaving Freeport at 9A1 p. m., arriving at Galesbnrg at 4.45 Peorlatpm Burlington at 7pm Rock Island at (.80 Quiney at 6:8U St LoaU at 7 15 a m, and Cairo at 4.15 connecting at Cairo with trains for Memphis, Nashville, Vick* burg. Mobile. New Orlean*, and. 5II- if? Fire and Burglar-Proof safest 0 tear ii i,i VAULT DOORS' 5 -i 1 *v 3* BANK LOCKS Alw*y» ln vtock, 3Kv A. BIOFORD, General i^nt, Hinnesota1 ST. PAUL, Tit Blacksmith and Wagon SHOP. UNDlBWOOLANOEItAN Hare local jA at Norton'* termer ihpp on Third •treet, aad are prepared to do every Utlng Mr taialBg to th* bucineie of Wagen auklog tad htscksailthlng. toeclal attention (Ivan In r« palring. [nlO-Sm 1 "ii Dakota, and British IPosseBBi Office & Warevooms -r. .• ftaitroftto. 1 40 Jao S Jtfa ~T.' MINN* 32 UNITED STATES MAIL AKOTA. POST Orricc DEPABTMUT, I WaakliiKlon, «ept. II 1875. j,-.w-. -wADS vltin fce ifecejvW at^'tki (wtract flfcc of this^eurtntem SitH3 o'tl^k i:m. of OctJ«OT »0,-lra.!Xtd::5el l5ldet carrying the mall"* ot.lbe United States Ooin Jan uary 1, 1876, to June 30, 1878. on the following route In the .Territory, of Dakota, and by tha schedule ef departures and arrivals herein specl lled, viz: .'A— 35049 From Slonx Palls, by New Hope (n. o.) and Skank Lake, to Mermen, 44 miles and back, onreaweek. Leave Sioux Falls Friday at 7 a.m. Arrive at Herman by 6 p. m. sst-to Leave Herman Saturday at 7 a m. :i,a Arrive at Mloux Falls by 6 p. m. Bond required with bid, 1500. For forms of proposal, bond and cert locate, and also lor Instruction* a* to the condition* to be embraced in the contract, Ac., see advertisement for mall mlnal poitofflces of each route, and toW M^lcMlon to tha Second Assistant Poatiaaa irOeneral. Bid* should be cent In sealed envelope*. *aper •eriMd. Mall proposal*, Territory ot Dakota, a ad re slstant Post Dakota Southern Railroad 11 TIME TABLE, To take effect Monday, Xvtxmbcr TRAIN# XOYINN: WKBT* 8.00p.ra. Leave 8.31 8.51 8.8S 1.87 .4.81 4.5.1 •5.17 &.]» 5:56 6.00 ^Arrive *2. & li, J* »«*-f -j Isri} yf'i'S 'v & Tm* bf» tJerSlj) for MARSHALL J*WBLL, master General. Point, Osbkoah, Fond du 1 n238w Poatma*tert]«Kral MORTGAGE SALE. "VTOTICK 1* hereby slven, that by virtue df a 1 Vapeeial axecutiontaiu* directed andde liver ed. and now In my band*, iiiued outof theclerk'* office of the Second Judicial District Court, Terrl Inry af lHkots,ln snd for ihorotntrof Ysnkinn upon a decree'of foreclosure of tnttrtgage render ed, in ssld court on the 18th day of Jun*.187i, In favor of Uenry C. Young and agalnkt Jerry D. 1 Flick. I have levied upon the mortgaged^premlM* natned a ad d—crtbcdja *ald decree offc Datad. Yankton,D. T.,Octobers, 187V NOTICE. U. s. LANvornci, as follow*, th-wit: t»*«tir-lve feet off theNsrest I Coached Smoklne and Lounging Cars Westing ?'j^%ViSaBndelfl^'n,loe''e'ev*n cltyWanktoa, as«IatUd by f. a s. Todd, situ1' of Yankf ft? the front door of the court hob se.'tn aaid county and territory, proceed to sell all the right, title aMlntareatofV and to the at said Judgment of' the above namdd JWry.D.^ltck. iB above described property, toutisfy nt and decree of forecloiure, *moant lag to *^ven hundred and eighty-oaa dollars and W cent*, together with all aecrwalngCMta of.iale, and Interest on the same from the 18l day ol June, A. D. 1876, at the rate of 7. per cent, per an num, at public auction, to tha hfCWat btfder for KA1TWIV0UTT, carh. Sept. »d, ha* adjadced your 2.W, 1874. TRAtMS MOVINO I BAST. STATIONS. rismoki ire.i! ..tSIOUX CITY 11.30 ft.m. Arr'e ...McCOOK... ..jlO.W ..JEFFERSON... 10.39 ..tELK POINT..flO.OT ...BUKBANK 9.S3 .tVKHMU.LION.| 9.0W ...HECKLING... 8.S7 ...GXY.VIU.E... 8.13 •JAMKS RIYKR. 7.58 ......HHOPS 7,34 ...tYANKTON...! 7.30 Leave •FlagStations.' tTolegraph Stations CONNECTIONS. I. At Sioux" City with llllnola Central. Slonx City and Pacific and Sioux City and St. Psul Kall roads, 8. At Elk Point with stsges for Eden, Canton I and Slonx Fulls. 3. At Vermillion with stages for Lodi, Klver side and Turner. »ssk 4. At Meckllng with stages for St. Jamea. A. At Gayvllle with stages for St. Helen*, afe 6. At Yankton with steamers for Kortp Ran dall. Sully, Rice, and.all points on the Upper Mis souri river stages for Bon Homme, Sprl and Fori Randall, and steam ferry for Green Is. I land, Nebraska, connectlug at Green Island with stages for all points In Nonhern Nebraska. J: 9. MKCKLING, Gm'l SupeHntend't. 'C. 11. VAKTASMI.. Agent at Yankton. SiOEi Gitj & Pacific Mroat. The Pioneer Koutc TO Chicago, St. Louis iJ&.t I Points T$- 'AND: ALL L- the East and South, siieed, Comfort and Safety, I* UKSUWASSID. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars From Missouri Valley to Chicago, and Council Blufft to St. Louis. Through Time Table, in effect May Leave M. Fail .1.... Tankton MMlCttr Arrive Sergeant'* Bluff... flair*....'. r..: Hloan.............. Whiting Onawa. Blencoe River Sioux —a Mondamin........ Hodale,.... .'. CalHbnilaJnnetlon ••i.T •an-1 Miaaonrl Valley... Chlcncp......... OouncllBluff*..... »». Leave Chfcago.....'. St. Lout* Arrive Bloux Cltv. 23, 1875. I CHICAQO I I Bxrasaa. fcT. I.otTS_ BXFBB**. 8:00 A.M. SK»P.M. CIS #:ST 8^0 4:» 'v «:S0 4:50 5:15 8:88 ,8:5S •:0S *:3S 4:00 l#i»0 6:85 10:16 A.M. 8:00 P.M. U-40M. 7: 0A.M. 4:45A. 5 A3 5:W #:85 8:58 _2 6:18 6:38 7:00 -7 10 7:33 7:45' 8:00 "r tt:15A. M. 6:15 P. M. 10:00A.M. 10:30 P.M. CONNECTIONS. 1. At U. P. Transfer with Union Paciflc Rail road for Omaha. t. At Coaacil Bluffs, with Kan*** City, St. Joe and Council Bluff* Railroad for 8t. Loul* and all point* south 1. At Mi**ouri Vallev with Chicago A, Nortb- weatern Railway'for Chicago and all point* ea*t. 4. At Sioux City with the Sioux City and St. Paul, Illinois Central and Dakota Southern Rail roads. 8teamera for upper Missouri river, during navigation, and with stage* for all points in the .~3| Northwest. rTjl 5. At Blair with Qmaha and Northwestern R. 'It., for Omaha and Southern Nebraska. ,. S. At Fnngst, Meb„ with the Union Paciflc R. R. for all polat* westrand.the Paclflc co*»t. 7. At wleaer, with stages forMorfolk. and al I point* In Northern Mebriaaka. fjr Be sure your ticket* read via B.C. ft P.R. T. 0. HLU, Oea'l Ticket Ag't, 0.1. WWW.Paw. W.tosM-City, la. L. MWtt. Snperlntendent. N-W PASSENGERS FOB IC ri A Detroit Toledo. Cleveland, Buffalo, Niagara Falls Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Rochester, Albany, To ronro, Montreal, Quebec, Portland,Beston.New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington Wheeling, Columbus, Dayton, Indianapolis. Terre Haute, Champaign, III Bloomington, Springfield, Jacksonville, Qulncy, St. Lonis, Cairo. AMd All Point* SOUTH a»4 EAST I Should Buy their Ticket* via GHIOAaO' C'j 4:^ AMD'THE,-VTT(- Close Conneetlonrmade with *11 Railroads run a I to S a Thia ia tlio Direct Route ForDobu&ne, Cedar Rapids, t.Paul, La Crosie, Wlnoa ivi uuuuuuc, bnM M|uia, Prairie du Chlen, St. Paul, LaUrosse. Winona, Marquette, Duluth, yKscanaba, Nejgaunee, Menasha, She son, Green Bay, Steven* 2L"™f°fM Iahpeming,EscanaU Negi the 8*on4 I boygan'watertown, Madls Lac, AND MILWAUKEE. These point* are all on the line or tf.t ,l^lhD,tM'taM'Alr*'*^**i\lliner* -i »•--». Coupling and Platforms \Clo*e Connections at ated.ln the county of Yankton, D.T„ with the ap-Mancllon Potat* Las* Transfer* than any other pnrtenance*asther*tobelpngiug,and that!shall,I tout* Union Depot*, no Car Ferry Transfers: owWsdae«day, the 10th day of Kovember A. D.. I BDdad. Safety and Absolute Comfort. 1*5. at the hour ofjlo'clock nUJay, at I a' Oan'ieip't. sheriff of Yankton county. Ohioaffo & Northwsstoni Railwav. 1 WW4W ITKAIX* AT Ooing Wut YanktonrD T.TS*pt s7i-ie7s.-f To Wti. H. A. BjUTWMLL} SiB!—Fan are hereby .aifHUd that th« Il*n-|r Kxeraa* Frelxht orable Commissioner of the General Land Odke, I In a Utter dated Homestead Kntry No. 56, upon wM lotsT* a nww 1, ~c.loaS. toV*W». range to. «d nJ4.1ot?| Pa..„ger, .: **v ............... .Faaaengar notie* in which to *ppal tram at-sw Lorr.8.BAYLBB», Kac^ver, UM Give facilities unexcelled within E N E O E S Great Road, of are reached by thl* Route with *lese Changes of Car* than by any other. Among toa lnducemeat* offered by this Route, are Rock and Gravil Ballssted Track Steel Rail Rock and Iron Bridie* Pullman'Palatini Can an he a Pa oK an a in a Pateat Safely FronriSto lO Faat Kxproae'Traln* run aaoh way Duty over tha varloaa tines of this road, thua securing to the Traveler selecting this Route •are and cenalnVonnection* in any direction he may wish to go. that your- tickets RB^SEE READ VIA THIS OUTE, and take none other. \w. *. irawiTT, Gen'IPass'r Agt. MIMODW VALLEY JUNCTIOH. r—' **M4HW*n. I **pre»» Fr*lghU. .-. ..m. l:08p. A. WFTTTIN^ITOGYUR. R. M.^BNITBTT* Arriur Z^Mrf. DayBxprae*... .... m. Night Express .m. 8:18a. kPIMilePaMenger m. .11:00a. Passenger m. m. Arrtvs. .......m. 10:08 a. Dspart. 7:8Sa. a B:ll p. a -»:»p,B Qsmral Fasstngtr Attn -.1 -t THE YANKTON DEVOTED TO isr Politics and the News of the Day. Particular attention given to Territorial Affairs. E Laraesi HtfsianeT FililisM in Data TERMS-TWO DOI«LAB.S A Invariably in Advance. Is well supplied with the latest and Dest material for execu ing work. Three Fast Presses! -AND A- LARGE SUPPLY OF TYPE! BUSINKSS CARDS, -i by any Printing the Terriory. :Those in want of ADDRESS CARDS, kKTTEIt HEADS, BILL HEADS, STATEMENTS, CIRCULARS, BOOKS, PAMPHLETS OR ANYTHING Which can be produced in a, well selected and well conducted JOBTRIFITITG ESTABLISHMENT Are feCiftfeUid to'cali—nt-the- Press & Dakotaian Office, Walnut street, between 2d and:3d, YANKTON, DAKOTA. Press and Dakotaian BOOK BINDERY We have added to our Printing establishment the machinery and applianoes for Book Binding and Paper Ruling. Of every description made to order maga zines and newspaper files bound, old books rebound, and everything per taining to the business executed in satisfactory style. Bowen & Emgs1mry,i 51 ".A tti TtiBAR* n. •**5! *L I# Establishment A N S .•voijSj & "*r ri i- fs fy. i*r Proprietors