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life- •'S- Ifrso anil fakataiau DAILY. ». t? ,i'. TIME Oct. 1 a Moiulay Evening) Oct. *18, 1875. -T'Tliil. K. Fan Ik. Esq.. lias bPOTT en uanTil its Collect insr Aareitt. by the pro- :-0)|(T0 Hrictir.«'of tlu Press and Daktrtaiaii.. y* mill l: (Tiiit siniT^ auilnri7.iMl to iv .' 'v* l'rotialillltlc* K'ivo anil. inscriptions tunl nd\oiti- InSly AYen^lier llcporl, Yankton. Wwi I H"r aut! KNT.SinNAI.bKllYlrE li.S. A., Division of Teltgrnnmuud Kvport. lot •..vrwf.'Tw^. -.v benefit of Commorco. J-iil* ton. rtn.aiT 5* p. ui.'liUoW: 35 I a. rn.i30.4W 24 10^ a. i550.ot»G 53 Clonr.<p></p>X-W&r. CKar. Clear. liO 1 DAILY LOCAL ME\N. WttAtll Wind. DM Humidity. tn,2 Clcor. Maximum Ther .35 MInlmum Tlier.... ..22. Tutnl tim't rainfall 1h-la»t 21 bourn....0.00 inches Total No. miles wind trav'd in last 21 hours.. 10H Mean velocity ]i-r hour. 7 0 miles. Son: —ltaronu'UT corrected for temperature, ole-iattun and iuMfumental error. JAilES A. JIAHWI'K. v,'Private,JijgnaJ Service, U. S. A. for Twcii«y-fonr If our* Wauisctox,Oct. 10—7:M a.m. l'rohaliilltlcfforrfcc upper low er SlAsnarl valleys: Rlttgff' t*rome«ir' mvTff" ue winds.-. falling temperature clear, or parity cloudy weather with freincut froste LOCAL LACONICS.' •. Jvh more thai dog will bite tlielm}», WVU hear no more his wall: -lie'!• gone where boyi. don't take, old c.m,s And tic "em to his tall. .. He will not fight with billy-goat?® Nor unap atonjrs and flies— Some fellow (llleo Win fall of lead, Aim grim Death shut his eves. .l.one to rnoct theeausat'e-inakiT. L'lulip Sicimel has been reappointed on ?tlie city jjolico forcc.. Tlie Uuitcd States petit jury were itnpan nelcd.lo-day, •\V. W. Fiuvcett brought in a (lock of sheep from Minnesota to day. The Yankton Ssengerbund gave some line music at Stone's hall yesterdny. Hotel registers cheaply manufactured at the Press and Dakotaian bindery. Frithjof Meyers is repoTted^ntuch-better to-day, the crisis in his case being nppa rcutly past. Ttoc-lrress and Dakotaian bindery is pre pared to manufacture all sty'lcs- of blank books. The center stoic of Stone's block "\vill^ shortly be occupied as a millinery estab lishment. The ladies oftlic iiaptist church will hold asocial at the chapel on Stcond street to morrow evening. A general invitation is extended to Uic citizearto attend. Comn'iucion services were hcldin the M. E. church lust evening, presiding Elder James Williams and Rev. A. Jamieson offi ciating. There has been quite a lively demand for domestic chickens in the Yankton market for several days. Our up counlry^relations are responsible for it. A meeting will be held in the M. E. church to morrow evening for the purpose of making arrangements to build a par sonage. There, lias, been a marked'increase ap parent in the profanity statistics since the commencement of'the season for putting I!]) stoves. J. G. True, tlicynerchaut who occupies llarkins' old stand, on Capital street, bas rented the roomticcupied by M. T. Woollcy large stock of groceries in that place. On Saturday evening, between eight and ten o'clock, a prairie fire threatened the west end of our city, but was Anally cap tured by Mayor Potter's fire brigade, con •Bigting-of-atidiifc. twenty.. of. the boysjvha are always there." v' Committed lor Stealing Book. a I'ockei Patrick Laughlin took it upon himself 0 lay violent hands upon the pocket book of Robert Whitnall at the Germania housu 01V Saturday night. Whitnall didn't fel riglvt about the proceeding, and consequent ly took it upon himself to watch Ufe subse quent proceedings of Laughlin/ The-.lat ter individual was afterwards detected in the effort to secrete the ppeket book in the! back yardol the Germania house, and Whit-' nail lit uponrbim with vengeance in his eye: L'aii£hlih w«(s brought before Justice' ltossteuseher on Saturday night, examined and comniitted to jail to await the action of the'griitid jury in his ease. As the pock et bo)rfZi contained $75,.it niaj' go Ii^jrcl —tb.e/offcnder.--^ In any quantity for sale at this nfilcc.' otlci-"Ch^plc Lost. PaiUts are hereby-warne^ from paying my check, No. 2240, amounting to $22^15, -tn the First National Bank, dated Yank ton, Oct. 12,""1875nn~favpiiOT^I.'^o^la'nr or benrer/as the satne has"been lost' and 1 payment stopped?*®* v* ~v f. D. T. f'»«AMpi.i:, «8-lw*"^ Prcs't Excelsior Mill Co. How Valley Furnlabe* a Connci-t- 1 ... Ins Llnk.' 1 monkey trfpe «nt» link rUHSOKAL. E. Corliss started for Iowa to day to pur chase stock for the Jim river farm of liur dick ic Corhis 'i ', lion. \V: K: 1 tollcnbccli, cciHeCtdr'iiE, ip-| tt'Minl revenue, Is in the city,, MicxtoiiAM's—Geo. Orooke, .^rctjlregorv Imvn W T) 'Geo. Falkenburg has returned from the I expense of preliminary sarvey from Webster Bow rirer,NjbTaaka, -where he lias been as sisting In building lireniner's flouring mill. He says he has made an important scien tific discovery—(one that Darwin lyili prize)—the.connecting link between the. jay--tn-w'tt _.• *J manTaife -Hls~ "TOnncctin" ti he paye'lRcs In and uses ajlan- guageEntirely unint^lligiblejo men of any. Jb ... Btlgigil|tjrt Croclre, S W Carpenter, Chw 'Alt Dixon, l)av*:iipoil Jas.Sewell, 'York .Mailin Lewis, Vermillion .Mrs John Giissman, Miss Julia Gass niiui, James Lawrence, Miss Hetsie JTall, \anUton Agency Slawitz, St. Lotus T|i03'H l'.airlc^n TI Davison, ^pnnulleld. t»-r. ui.r.s John Weber, Frank .Worth, ^toux iiYj John lla^-ley, bt. Paul !s Vi arner, Minneapolis T-Mor- I) .lames, bious City iW W Kaw- celt, J:U'l »on, Jtrmr.- -rM^©— .Too, Jin. Geo 13 Fuller, Ft. -Dodge John on a W District Cotirf I'rotccilliis".] At ten o'clock to-day L. -G. Wands and John Miller were arraigned, charged by the U. S. grand jury with the larceny of horses, buggy and harness, committed at Spring field, mid plead not guilty. ,S. L. Spiuk ap peared as counsel lor. defendants. p. The case of L. M. Kcc vs. Gerharl Koblsr whTTilsmissal." In the case of. James llaycs vs. B. M. 'Smith o' al, .next week, hearing was postponed until -y—— Dead Ducks. 1 We rect'i(-cv'. i'roni M. W. Sheafe, jr., on Satuttliiy-nigbtf brant aud a mallard duck, liibe'led "'samples of the Ohio do inocracy." As the Ohio democracy are in the opinion of our democratic friend Sheafe, virtually dead ducks, we took in the con tribution and ate it with excellent relish It \vas~gooil, iInn gauie was, soned by the St. Charles cook, and while we condolo with Shoafc over the., misfortune to bis parly, we trust that, he inayie mpved to thro ugh* itlie hunting sea ect this!way all jiiiil-': Juvenile lCuHlau« In the I'ostofllcc. In the list of intolerable nuisances we had long ago set down tlie crowd of boys who nightly congregate in the vestibule of the postQfllce, and knock off each other's £aps and play hidc-and-8«ek and puss-in the-CiirncT, in the midst of tbe congregated crowd awaiting for the distribution of the mail. We put them down long ago as nui sauces which should be abated, even to the extent of extermination, if necessary, but they still continue to appear with unfailing regularity,-6nd make- thcmselvcs^conspicu- 011s by.,their acts of cusseducss which would do credit to a band of Modocs. A 'balf a xi'ozeti half renegade families furnish this installment of boys, and to that half dozeu we appeal for relief from their pray ing.- Tailing iu this, we ask the authori ties to intei'i.-use the strong arm of the law IrrbtrhtTif of a long suffering community, •ind make these tender youths take upon themselves more of the airs of civilization and less of the. practices of an untamed race. It is getting so that no lady dares enter into the postoffice, and strong men feel that they are endangering their safety by venturing after their mail. Shall we not have a reform AlKIII 1I1K mSPATCHF-S. A Letter from Mr, Nalle, Superintend ent ut SlouxClty. Siocx Citt, Oct.-<p></p>Dakotaian 15. Editors of tin Press and .L:ist spring when you started your paper as you will remember, you charged the em ployes of this otllce with keeping the dis patches from you. These charge's and In ueudoes against, the Sioux City telegraph olll'ce, were copied far and wide in the te^r iiory ftgdout of it. You rememberliow you discovered when you visiUd.Qbicago neither the telegraph company nor any of- its employ^ at Sioux City or elsewhere liad^tried 10'prevent your getting dispatches, but had done all they could to help you. 1 remember coming to tlie office here on Sjinday at that time and •send ins you the dispatches from the Jour nal, (as I had no right to them before pub lis-lieJ) rathcr than your first paper should ithmrf'. I thought at that time, that ut due to the Company and its cm licre, that you should publish some planation after you had discovered your mistake, but none ever appeared that I am aware of. Nobody in the Sioux City office ever withheld any dispatch that Yankton was entitled to. Nobody in Sioux City or out of it ever suggested such a .thing. You have had theni just as we got them here, without a thought on the part of any employee of ever changing or withholding. This am personally ccrtain of," and will support it in a convincing manner whepev cafled upon. G. W. Naile: N:ui-uu tluaiie-ltatiroad Tor Sioux i. •«.. Falls. •••Vs-VvS' "fs* JSJoitx Falls l'antagraph. We clip from the Cia? County (la) News, of the. -1th inst., the folowihgitein'of inter est. We trust there is sufficent energy and capital engaged to drive the enterprise]to a rapid and successful termination: -A meeting of the citizens of Webster City, Hamilton county, was held last week nnd' 11 company organised for the purpose of buil ding ..jy narrow gauge railroad from that jrltict: to Sioux Falls. This Is simply move to continue the Des Moines & Ames ^arrow.^Oauge tiailroad, the only paying nortfi and south road in the State through this section ol'country. It's represented that the gentlemen who have taken hold of the projectmre in earnest and mean to put forth every effort to make the enterprise a success. Sufficient funds were raised' to defray the City to Rutland, in Humboit county, and tl»e engineer and bis corps are to com mence opuriitions'Uie present week. This is (if vital interest to Clay county and tlyi North west Reneraily. The, line as pro posed will pans diagonally thro' this coun ty irom southeast northwest, and prob Ttblptilk«Hh^lB^Clty- nt Sibley. ..It WQUld'-thus allbrd our peo ple coinmunicatijbn with the lumber regions r,. u. and~1ff engaged in-cultivating juh'tl would. tie~6f vast practical benefit-to tbe cro«-eycd,pQtatoes for the llext fair."/, people 011 these trcelesi- prairiea the nqrihatad the coal-fields of the s6u A DAKOTA NEWS. MINNEHAHA COUNTY. 4. Sioux Falls Iadepesdeat, Oct. 14tb. We learn that a broom factory is to be started iu town in a .abort time. A family from Cerro"Gordo county, Iowa, arrived in town the flrat of the week. They intend ta locate near town., The fint mow storm of the aearan vis ited us last Sunday morning, .covering the uround and giving the face of nature rath era wintry aspect. ATI Odd FclltTWi Ift UtU vicinity Interact-1 ed in forming a lodge, will meet ait Allen's hall next Saturday evening at o'clock, sharp. The last heard from Superintendent Cross be was preparing to unfurl his cabbagea( etc., at the Janesville, Wis. fair. Keep xn, Bro. Cross, nor weary In well doing. We learn from Mr. Kelly, who lives in town 103-50 that the wheat grown on the sod is yielding from fifteen to twenty bush els to the acre, while that grown on old ground yields twenty-five to twenty-seven. Wei neglected to mention in our last Is sue tbat Dr. Phillipa, Sr., of Onbuque, who bas been spending the summer with his son, returned to bis borne on the 4th inaL He has been well supplied with samples of Dakota crops, which he takes with him as proof of any statements be may make in regard to what Dakota can raised The Minnehaha County Agricultural Fair did not take place this year for aeveral good reasonk 1st. The^ society has -no place for meeting, and no track improved for trotting. 2nd. The farmers are too busy at home this season to spendv their time attending fairs. 3rd.'Tbe lair was not properly advertised, there not having been one of tbe offlcer^of tbat organiza. tion inside this office on busineas connect ed with the society since a year ago laat August, to even aak us on what terms we would advertise the ondettaking. Slou* Fftllt Tantfcgriplj Oct. 33UL Howard'a big train arrived from Sibley last Monday evening. A gentleman from Chicago talks of going into the hardware bniineaa in our town. The work of grading the 8ioox City Pembina railroad ia steadily progressing. Mr. Pomeroy, in company with a gentle man from Canton, will open a jewelry and music store In the poet oltee bailding. A sportsman of thb city went out Tues day morning and aecured fourteen brant and one goose to about two hours' time. Another family of aettlars for Wall Uke I YailktOIl GUIlSUlitll SllOD, past through here laat we«k. It is rumored that certain high officers of the Minnesota Southern railroad are pur chasing large quantities of land in this vi cinity. ... That looks like business. 1 r~~ A drove of about lOOvbeep from Kinae soti, destined for ttoe vicinity of Yankton,J passed through thia ptoceyesterday morn ing. !. There was on exhibition at this office last week the largest rata bags we ever saw. It was raised by Mr. A. C. Galahan, near Harrisburg post office, and measured three three feet and obe Inch In circumference. U5Iok cocirr*. Tbe Sabbath school Connected with the Erchurch' gave a concert on tbe 12tb, from whlch.sufflcien^uinds were realised to liquidate the debt on the library. The ladies of/Elk Point, taking advant aee of the temporary absence of Bev. Jaa. Oakley, putor of the Congregational church, entered his rooms, spread elegant I P.. qsi carpets on the floMs, imng lsn^mWUu to' bis winaofpi end adM'fVaj^: ^Auplture Jk'the gejatleoian's itiSjf ^'|(4iing|i AUttteMfeoff. W.Maaale waa badly ii^ared the oUiw by tabto J^^ oyer and cutting his ^'V- Heal BiUU TrMafara. Reported from tbe real estate and ab stract office of C. j. B. Harris, for the week ending Oct. 18,1875: Christian A. Jobansen and wife to Theo dore Wortman, quit claim deed n^ nwj^ and ne)i section 23,"town M, range 56, 100 acres—$1,000. Catherine S. Todd to Charles & Simon Eiseman, warranty deed lots 16, 17 & 18, block 34, and lots 1,3, 3,4, 5,« 12, block 50, Yankton—•f2,700 United States to Daniel McDevitt, patent, nw4 nwJi section 32, and nnejrf sec tion 21, town 95, range 69—80 acres. Thomas N. Bmy .Vo Emma Jenaen, hill of sale house on lot 16, block 44, Central Yankton—1300. United States to Thorns lackey, patent, n% and sejrf ae^ seetkM t, aad nej^ neJ4 section KV town ft4i range 66—160 acres. Tim Welby to C. H. Walby, warranty deed n£ sej^ section 27^.«qd wji( •w^'seo' tion 26, town &4, range W, 160 George Baumann tad wife to Mathew Novotny, warranty deed wj^ nwj^ aecttoa 17, town M, range 66,80 aerie |HMl Thomas Hickey to jL Hickey, warranty deed sej^ aeetUm S, and ne^ section 10, town 04, range 6S, 80 acres i|800. Franklin Wixson and wife to Eli B. Wlx son, warranty deed lot 7, block 13, Yank ton—$1,200.- S. D. Praaba to D. P. Wilcox, warranty deed e. 100 feet lota 7, 8 4 9, btodt 84, Seen action to Yankton—$750. T.W. .TTTSTICK OB* XHK 3P^CA.CB! orjnOB, OBDAX ITBBKT, Hecoai aoor aodk ofThlrd strast, 6uttft auft Hmmumtion. GEORG-E WAGNER rannnmi or toi Hmreceived anew and complete stock of Sum, 1If Rifles, ReTolfers, Bane Bags, And *11 kinds ot Ammunition. itocket sad Table Cutlery, Plshlai Taefcla, &c. AgMlt lbr the LAFLIN RAND POWDER Co. 'n BtoreMifl Baptir Sbo)i od j«ar Third HKiveC nt eomn\H\on. !f (Mjcnms & AND Qoamiiiion Xtrohanti i'Dialera in all ktndiof Ooal. Make a spccllltf In handling Grain and Frnlt. Sioux City, Iowa. 7 dllt-10tw2»ni irugs and iHcrtiriufs. XZOBXtSZOB. DRUG 0 BOOK STORE. r^r- msx&M & wwwmw. smwM ?--yg!3P STItIT, T1KST0K. full line of rr All tb* popular medicines of the day. •ions compounded by tiats. Aad Fancy Article in the West -The Best in Market. John Bremner, Wholesale and Betall V- «*-?,£ And Dealer la Paints, Oils, Varnishes Window Glasn. "V **1 if Wall Paper, Blank Boolcs, School Books, 1. Stationery. -f-tWi.** fiflit fioofls. Satisfactory Prices. Capital Street. Auction au) tommiKsian. L. M. i* Just received at the Broadway Reatau rant, a raperlor lotof Bel Urn qn and Sea side Oysters, which will be dispensed by i/• by tbat kinc of cateme, Geo. Jofcimn, by 1 uOIXlIIllSSlOIl M6rCild.iltS the can, half can or the dooen. lSl-lw lui, WMBMtn f.,tM«ar, r| «lj YANKTON O.T. A 1 Stop: Your iPreBCrip- e'rperlenced'.pfiarmacu Finest tssorlment of The tv^mlerful icsulia apt! immense fc.-vli) ol H*!©'* Cordial 'ihe past* ronton,! quglit to convince thd arc goltfg to'coniliuii: ilib i-iime lilieral ]olMr UkiI have made heretofore, via .iy |ioij-oji tMilinJ lug with a cold, coiiph, or *tr« llirWt. who will call a.t SUlfa Pnrfly'f, or any |kt JUrug vt-no, and purchase a bottle of 1I:i1c'n ('or- I dial, nee one half of It. nivl if llifv then cun-1 clnde'that it ts doln! Hk-iu ho g""S. Wr-}' caty turn the balancu M!11! receitr baclt tlielr' Who would-oot.iest thia ciedkiud uneunh.lilieral terms?'-No medicine: over fvld li this vicinity' that produced piieh wojideiful.ri^iilt-i. aAll.wr is that.you will-try it. iia\y-'Au- (Successor t6 JI. Jtiit.-fX. Oo Wh'oicBalci and Hefiiil Dealer in .ltvaiiy ^Mhd CTiOTHINfr Niciila Ifnrtilnlitin KooiIn, ^5",.,' in^i TRUNKS & VA.LIS-ES IIAT^MK I) CAPS, Third Street, Uroad-ivuy, YANKTON. DAKOTA t&mte. |Jnj EISEM: DRY GOODS s" rti vij-x •r tnr, Clothiii^ it 4 t'ARPIiTS Ol Ij €1 «T5 -1 S IS' 1 1 J" dausS :^i AUOTIONEER 00XXISSX0H M1E0HANT, ,c i iRP iThEi YANKTON Dft" BA&TLITT unci & *1 ft -I N KentAX ir..Xt*Mlls^s SUek, MILWAUKEE, WIS. mom.ui: lABMainl aaMMMsii BMUks ltMaMt* ul»B iw» lUs a- artBimw 9tw. a a -ti AiVD ^IATTIXC^S. MERCHANT *$4 iri~* •rt&t' lijur^'CS A -t :-i tr.li-.-'*' I TAILOEIIG Oooods con?! it I of Hit! French and Jin^lisii, j- ciioie.rst...F-tr!cp CLOT: a ~t ET N CASS I ME BE CLOT iu- f1 Si'U («5ooa$ nnJ) crarpets. tl 1 irw lTuj^rRPHt 5torl urgiKHl»in lhv'drilH,rv. v&ZlW.. S tf JL I ^T CJ JL 4-1 fy Ladfds and G-ents^i FurnisMn Hats and Cans S To Or!cr.: Yestings made mi in' the latest styles. YOUTHS' BOYS' tv ciiiiJ)i:i:N'.s t, IMG A fcpuA: l/ uliy, JUtorncgfi-nufl ^a,cui5. 1'IJ'L. K.<p></p>X'iiiXf'J OLIVKrf SHANNON, 'f'fV a oFrici: CO. Jtf 4.IV P.'lbliC. r'AfliK. ATTORNEYS AlMm f'- •X CaHir Street, between 7'Iuril nurf Fotnti, VANKTON. DAKOTA. O. *T. B. IIAUllYs, Attorney-at-Law and Real Estate flgont, VANKTON', 1JAKOTA, Has lhe only complete Al^ntractH ofnt(0"!ii Van 1 .ton.C'otinty. 1 Office Corner TlLird A C»iiital Strofets, OppOBito St. Charles Hold.. ul-lf —rtrf yjaifj 100 COWS TO Hi:NT. \JTfKJia»e lOOOowa phlcli we wUi rrnt lo farui YY era on good tcciirltv. Address, JflUiD. IIOU'-OJIIU tCo... ,...,... ,, Tanltton, 1, T. TT ... ». L. D. PARMER, IIOI,I:SAI,K ANI) IIKTAH. DKAI.KU IN. Dry Goods. Carpets. See. :,y. THE! 'CHEAPEST AND THE BEST- l. 1. C'lH)LKV. Wn.t-iRn Pi.u'i Kslabliuhed '.Jfwil, 1860.- HARNESS Slanufiicturor's, $ J' Third Street, Yankton, D. T. o.i Miners Saddle?, and a full line of* tti SaiJles, Collars, Bridles, Whips and RubDer Goods. The he^t oak-tanned Leather only need. tf v- $imu. Wb W THE DAKOTA CENTRAL Stage, Livery, Feed & Sale Stables iJa*jtiiSt.'t'Al(E NOW OPENED. Office on "Walnut Street, si ~t^TiT"i)noriiorlh of Thlrd-Jst, ii V.' dj !»-\Mf C. T. CAMPBELL tc CO. .-.Til I HI) HTKKICT, near St. Cliarles Ilotei/ __ Win. POWERS &> Co., V,. l*ropiiiktnrs. This establishment lixs Ueeii recently rellttnl' itil n-funilslied wit Ii fresh iiorses and Ksw Carriages!!. l-'irst class 'tunioiiLs, with or without drivers, furnished mt call at reasottalilo prices. Wm. M. POWERS & Co. Agricultural 3iuplfinfnt$, &t. GARDNER BROTHERS, Wholesale and ItetiUl Dealers In FARM MACHINERY, Ttti, te., Tlour, Son, Otic, Third Street, opp. the Post Oftiue, n-29 YANKTON. -loteu. ^*1 ST. CHARLE8 HOTEL, Corner 3d Mad Capital-Sts., YANKTON, DAKOTA, .1011N 11033, rKOI'lttKTOlt. FII1ST-CLASS IlS[ -EVERY nKSPECT. Th|j'Hon«e has been entirely refurnished and refitted throughout. Good enmpla roomn for coTiimerelal travelers. Free to -aD4 from Hotel. d-lf SM|THSONIAN HOTEL SffCOXD STBBfSTt TANtTOH, rl SAIOTA. H.i H. 8MITH| Propriotor^ Convenient to tliu Depot, Steamb^ftt Landing ^aiid bUflinfigJ-PftcLof the city. Ftrit-clrta ircom. jnodntlone,glron. Strictly Tempento. Tcrhm ,Uea8onaT)le. Good stabling attached. AllatAKi'ft leaving Yankton will call at this honse for pan sengcra.'r itf BRADLEY HOTEL: Walnut Street, J1 |Yankton, Dakota. 'V Board, with room, per week oo Uny lioard, per w«ok)v..... 3 Single mialt). ... a'.. a.... .ta» 92-1 m.:.,. H^IBY iBRADI^T, J^ropric tor. **U. f. ANIHA8-PORKS, I,a Plata Co., C0I/)I1A1)0, (San Juaii Mlnaa,) attends to ^Geierai Assajisi Bisiiess, Ami yl|l vl.ti, Inspect, and r|wrt npon ml.w« -andmineral property. Aleo Deputy U. S. 'AT itK tf'»' T. T3—- Miner^" SumjofS tSTCorrcpponclcrice Solicited, wiwtf 'A: I I I—r- ul-tf asa. ^ndaicrij. L'-• l'or.l"rel^h!ere, Farmers and Carriage work.- COOLEY & PLACE a j.. SrUntiflc. E. STEINBACIT, J&.