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GENERAL NEWS, Terrible Railroad Accident in Califor nia. S- A Silirme, in WJiiCli ieii. (irimt mill Ailmii'iililn Ainmcii are Silid to IK IntvroMted. CRIMES AND CASUALTIES.^ 'lVrrill«« Itiiilroiul Accidciil. Sun Francisco, C«]„ 28—A Santa OUHC dispatch Buys iiliical train on the wmtli I'ariiii-' count rnilrniul which ran tu-ilay between liero and Big Troo Hwitcli wit la puHneiigers ti a picnic nt that place, met with a torriblo accident utU:o(l,. Three open cars with high railings outside and ends With seats, and loaded with about one hundred uud tjventy-live persons left that place for this city. The train was pulled by number three engine, one Elliott being engineer. On the way down nil went well till No. seven tunnel was passed, said- tunnel being located just above and overlooking the powder works. As the cars passed through the tunnel speed on engine was increased. It being down grade, just as a curve in the road was reached tlio first car jumped the treck to the loft, second to the right, and the third car remaining on the track. The people on the first twelve cars were thrown into a heap, inside towards the hank in a confiued mass, the cars pass ing over those who were ucross tlio track. Those on the third car were uninjured, merely being knocked oil' their feet. Those not hurt immediately set to work to assist the wounded and'care for the dead and dying. Word was immediately sent to this pliioc and Felton for assist ance, which was promptly rendered. A gloom of sadness is cast over this place to-night. Every hotel in the city is being turned into hospitals to receive the wounded, which will number upwards of forty already. Thirteen are reported dead and others will die before the morn ing. A number of San Francisco people were on the train at the time of the ac cident. FOREIGN. o. Another Cnrkoiiian ltow. Cork, May 24.—On the arrival at Mal low, Sunday, of a train containing emi grants 011 their way to America, the train was stormed by 500 men of tlio south Cork militia, who beat the emigrants un mercifully and ousted them from the car riages. Some of the emigrants were se riously injured. Tlio militia had just been disbanded after their annual train- Couiimmifttii! IJi'iiionstnil mi in Paris. Paris, May 21.—The first sign of com munistic demonstrations on Sunday, was given by an assembly of a small krot of people around, the Bastilo column, who were soon ordered by the police, to disperse. Shortly after two men arrived with wreaths, but wero immediately ar rested. Tlieir arrest caused a crowd of live or six hundred people to assemble, and an unsuccessful attempt was made to rescue the prisoners. Blows were freely exchanged and several of the would-be rescuers were arrested. If the persons ar rested proved to be reporters they were immediately released. At 3 o'clock this afternoon forty persons assembled at the hostile column, but were speedily dispersed by the police.. At three o'clock a procession of sixliundred people,many carryingred 'bouquets and wreaths, de filed in front of the wall, where the com munists were shot in 1871, placing flow ers against the wall as they passed. At •1:30 there wero three more arrests, but this was tlio last incident of the day's proceedings. Another Kowini Miittili. London May 24.—Articles have been signed on behalf of Xrickett and Bein niul sent for approval to Col. Shaw, United States consul at Manchester,who has been deputed to act for Hanlan. Trickett is expected in England by the end of July. The articles of agreement provide that the race shall be rowed over the usual Thames championship course. Date not fixed. Jno. Ireland, for many years unpire of race regattas has been appointed referee for this race. ... V. «. "i A Klc&raguui taoiil. l'anama, May'15—The Star and Her ald says a contract has been made be tween A. G, Menocalou, president of an American company and the government of the republic of Nicaragua, for the construction of acanal across Niearaguan territory. It now waits only the ap proval of the legislative congress, wjiich lias been convened' for the purpose to become a law. The contracts have not been made public but it is said they are extremely liberal on the part of tlio gov ernment and more explicit in detail tlian were the Salgar contract. The parvenis of Nicnragua assorts that Ui« moving spirits of the new AnWrican eorfnmny nre Presi dent General Grant, Aumiriil Amnion Great enthusiasm exist: in various cities of Niuarmigua in favor I MiZnnri'vivn.. of the new contract. _3.'iui.J.''iuuiuo... Constantinople, May 24—Famine rajjes in VanslaHkod mid Boskowitz, whore deaths are innumerable. FiRES. S 111 PittKlllU'K. Pittsburg, May 21—A special to the Commerial Gazette any? that about'nine o'clock last ovenfgg Wiimes were discov ered issning from ihc windows of the United States hotel, an unoccupied build ing situated on Bailroad street, which soon spread to adjoining houses, and be fore a drop of water was thrown on tho building twenty houses were in flames from Railroad street to Matt). Thi con flagration rolled ou and wrapped ill heat ed folds everything of an inflammable nature that stood in the way from Main street to l'cnnsylvaniiv nvenue.' Down he latter thoroughfare it swept destroy wg in all seventy buildings, among which are the) toostofliec, Clarion County ai|k prown'f). hotel» United fcitiito hotel and Union Pipp, company. .Loss mill ^rtuclf.thoM "Van ittlo or ,1f)'iiwfhMjtrf"^^ward8"of he I'UIEIMHUC. New York, May 24.—Paddy Ryan and Joe GOBS met this morning at Fort Ham ilton near this city and fought eleven rounds, when Byan was declared the victor. Another dispatch says Goss was well whipped. Tlio Wuiillicr, Washington, May 22.—The probabili ties for the lower Missouri valley are: Itising barometer, warmer south, veering to coolor west winds partly cloudy weather. For the upper Mipsissippi val leys: stationary or falling followed by rising barometer, warmer south to west, winds, partly cloudy weather and local rams. On flu Stump. lliirriBville, Mo., May 21 -Jno. F. Grill, candidate for congrcBH in the eigthtli district uddroKKi'd large crowd at Gun City to-day. Capt. Franklin, also a can didate for congroKH, addressed the people at Dayton, this county, to-day. The Soberly from Cass, are for Tilden. LATEST BY MAIL. New Orleans, May 21—The -schools have closed on account of insufficient funds until October 1. Cincinnati, May 21—The May festival closed ^to-night. A permanent festival was organized under the leadership of iheodore Thomas. Cincinnati, May 21—A large number JY reports were made by committees in the Methodist Episcopal conference, but none acted on. New York, May 21—The governor re spited the murderers, Chastine Cox and Bulbro. They were both delighted with the news. York, Pa., May 21—The Michael Schall manufactory was damaged by fire to the extent of 825,(XKJ. One hundred and fifty hands are idle. Chicago, May 21—Four hundred and ninety thousand dollars city sewer 4}£ per cent bonds, with twenty years to run, were placed this morniug at 2 3-100 per cent premium, the corn exchange taking the whole lot. Five other persons and corporations made bids above par. These bonds replace the ksue of 6 and ,1 per cents. The bonded debt of the city lias. been reduced nearly $2,250,000 ih eight yemw, and is now about 9 8-10 mills on eacli Hollar ot taxable property. San Francisco, May 21—A dispatch from Tucson, Arizona, says a dispatch from Capts. Tupper and Kramer state that they ran Victoria into New Mexico, captured twenty horses and parted with in live miles of the head of Gen. Hatch's column and followed the trail beyond the line towards the Kio Grande. General Hatch's troops were placed on the trail, the Arizona troops haviug exhausted their rations, breaking many of their! horses dowifT They turned the trail over to Gen. Hatch,in whose department these Indians are now going toward Mescalero agency. Omaha, May 21.—A strike has been in progress in the Omaha smelting works since May 4. The men surrounded the works, prevented any persons from going to work, and otherwise acted disorderly. This morning one hundred and nine col ored men from towns down the river were brought here, part armed, and went to work, when 1,500 working men sur rounded the smelting works and the colored men quit and joined the crowd outside. There was a public meeting this afternoon and seven hundred men paraded the streets. The state officers Imve been appealed to and the militia ordered ready for a moments notice. San Francisco, May 21.—During the past week a race to test the endurance of lorsemen has been in progress at Bay district track, four riders using an in definite number of mustangs and riding fifteen hours each day for an alleged purse of §2,500. Four ridel's started, but only two, Professor Anderson and M. «T. Keyes finished, the score at the close standing: Anderson, 1,804 Reyes, 1,2&A oniles. It has been whispereii in well informed circles during the week that the affair was a fraud, nud the Pacific Life to-morrow will publish a six column article to that elFeet, although admitting that the scoring was correct. It will also show that Reyes, who appeared in tho character of a wild half breed Indian, is no other than Senor Jesus Maria lie Loan, who created such a sensation in Europe four years ago, giving exhibitions of riding and lassoing, and was also in the employ of Barnum some five years ago in New York. MARINE INSURANCE. Tlio Old (.'out iiMMitul of New York OIlrrs lmU-mtillv fur l.ossos n„. }I js stiiiri Itlvrr. Judge George W. Koberts is now pre pared to write marine policies in the old and reliable Continental Insurance com pany of New York, thus offering ship pers an opportunity to obtain certain in demnity for all losses sustained on the river. No person will question tho ne cessity of insuring goods shipped ou the and Judge Koberts now offers shippers an opportunity to do so inn safe and prompt paying company. Give him a call. 1 MlSb0Un mel' MKS. C.~A7LVCWiS I now have the largest, finest and best stock of millinery and ladies' furnishing goods in this territory, and at prices that defy competition.. I will mill ih sell millinery goods cheaper than any other house in the eity. I guarantee perfect satisfaction in my •drCBs making department. one nullified families are homeless and many" wii" slopt in conkfdrtalilo bads'the niglit previous ,slopt on the ground last niglit New York, May 24—Prof. Peter Adler "i society for ethereal culture, and Who (ioldwork were married to-day in iirooltlyii, by Mayor Howell. Mns. O. A. LYONS. Go to H. B. Smith's Pnrlor Barber Shop on Capital street to got a good sluivc. Hhircut nuil Hlmve, 25 cents sin gle hftir out, 20 eonts slmmpooning, 15 oonkn. Clipping hair a sproiidtv. Conic one, Somo nil. Shop hours from 0 n. m. until 10 p.m., nnil worluneu always on UftriSr 21/}% Boots and shoes. tt '—w' Mitrrlvtl. !, a TTnvmg 1 Sfc£ my line IHMU.T nml promptly. O. H. LOOM Follow tho crowd and it will take you to II. W. Pike's new and elegant ice cream parlors to be opened Saturday evening My new soda fountain is in full blast.: Dr. W. H. H. Brown, dentist, Union Block, Yankton. Strawberry and Vunilla Cream, at Jcnkinson's to-night. For sale at the cooper shop on Walnut street, white oak lard barrels and butter firkins, and white ash butter tubs. A large stock of Oashmeres, in all the latest colors, just received and for sale at bottom prices, at JACOB MAX'S. Ground feed at Donaldson Bros. City Feed Mill for 75 cents per hundred. Vienna bread received the first pre mium at the centennial exhibition. For sale at SCHOIIEOOE'S. A large stock of wall paper and a full line of window curtains and curtain fix tures cheaper than elsewhere in Dakota, at E." M. COATS' Drug Store. Crystal ice cream well packed in ice delivered to any part of the city. M. H. JKNJUNHON. Third Street. A girl wanted to do general house work. Apply to Mrs. Capt. Sims, Mulberry St., between Fourth and Fifth. ifiitm Jtreatf. Go to Schoreggc's for Vienna bread— the best bread made. Ice cream by the jrint, quart or gallon at Pike's, Third street. Read the Childish Prattle of the Great Artistic Photographer and then go to W. R. Ketehum for the best Photos at the lowest prices. cream at his Third street parlors. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. WALL STREET. New .York, May 24. Money—1 $ cent. Governments—Quiet, but firm. Stocks—Strong, active business. NEW YORK. New York, May 24. DWHKAT—Spring, quiet, nominal. Winter dull* to !4c lower. No. 2, red, May. $1.33^U^^1.33V4. CORN—lower. Mixed western 52* OATS—Heavy. New western. -WfoJUe. BKEF—Quiet, unchanged. PORK—Dull, heavy. LARD—Lower, weak. Steam rendered, $8.10 WHISKY—Nominal. Westeau, $1.14(&$l.ir>. cincAOo. Chicago, May 24. WHEAT—Heavy, almost panicky, lower, $1,134. CORN—Weak, lower, 37»ic. OATS—Heavy, 31'ec. RYE—SOC. BARLKV—7Sc. PORK—Weak, easy, $9.95. LARD—Weak, lower, WUISKY—$L.UY. SI'KCIAL NOTICES. For Kent. A NEAT cottage, with nine rooms, well and cistern, near my residence. Rent $18.00 uud immediate itosKCssion. WM. P. DEWEY. For Kent. A STONE resilience containing ten large rooms with cistern and stable, and everything con venien on Capital street, north of the Rhine. Apply to JOHN N. HARTERT, Corner 5th and Pearl streets Wedding Presents. A FINE assortment at VAN COTT, CLARK & CO. the Jewelers. For Kent, WutclicM .Jewelry and Silver Good#. LARGE assortment selling at bottom prices by VAN COTT. CLARK A CO., The Jewelers. Watches and Jewelry, Nicely repaired by VAN COTT. CLARK & CO., the vaankton jewelers. Diamonds Keset, Riti^s Received, by Saturday evening's express, all the latest novelties in ladies', misses' and children's hate. made over. by HD. Hair Jewelry, manufactured VAN COTT CLARK A Co., The Jewelers Dentist. DODGE. DeWitt'n Block, Third street, Yankton, Dakota. Hull- Dressing. MYankton RS. I. PRA^wishes to inform the ladies of and vicinity that she has removed to over Mr. Bruce'sstore, on the corner of Third aud Capital streets. A large assortment of hu man hair on hand. Switches, curls and puffs made to order. Combings rooted and made up as nice as cut hair. Orders from out of towu promptly attended to. Proposuls'for Flour. OFFICK CUJJCF C. S. DKPT. OF DAKOTA. ST. PAUL, MINN,, May 8,1890. CKALK1) PROPOSAIJS. in duplicate, subject ^to th? usual conditions, will be received at .... .. um vuiiuiMuiiR, nui uv ivvcitcu ni this oflicc, and at the office of the Purchasing .. rv of Subsistence at Yankton, D. T. until 12o'clock, mum, on 'Thursday, the2thda be opeued in presence of bidders, for furnish ing for the Subsistence Department U. S. Army delivered on or before the Kith dav of June. it St. Paul, Atinneapolis. Yankton, or at A sample of at least ten poTmds of flour and eight quarts of the wheat from which the flour is to be manufactured must accompany each proposal for straight flour. Proposals from millers only will be con sidered. Proposals for quantities less than the whole amount required will be received. Blanks for proposals, and printed circulars giving further information may be obtained on application to the undersigned, or to the Com missary of Subsistence nt Yankton. The United States reserves the right to re ject any or all bids. COne copy of this advertisement must lie at tached to each duplicate projmsal and le men tioned therein as comfirising part of it. lSnveloiM's containing proposals should be marked ''Proposals for Flour" and addressed as follow*: For deliveries on ears of the Da- ii kota Southern itailrond. «t Sioux City or nt optnert boot and shoe jopnir Yankton, t.. tSutJiin W. A. KMerkiii. shop one (lour north of the reform men's A., Yankton. 1). T., anil f«r delivoriw at St. YANKTON, DAKOTA TERRITORY, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 24, 1880. I'ropoMln for Indian Hupplles Mid^Tmni liortotloii, DBPA&TMKNT or TUB IMTTBIOB, OFFICE OF INDIAN AKFAIKS, WAHBINOTON, May 10. 1880.— ds for beef, etc. (an cummin* and 67 Woos ter street. New York, will be received until II A. M. of Monday, Juno 7, 1880, for furnishing tor the Indian service about 800.(JUI pounds of bacon, 40,UH).UHU pounds of beer on the hoof, 128,U0U pounds beans, 05,(JUO pounds of baking powder, 2,800,000 pounds corn, 8H3,UU) pounds coffee, 8,H(JO,000 pounds flour, 212.U00 pounds feedt 300,000 pounds hard bread, 75,(XI) pounds hominy, tMKK) pounds lard, 1,650 barrels mess pork, 213,000 pounds rice, 11,200 pounds tea, 72,WJO pounds tobacco, 2U0.0U0 pounds salt, 147. 000 pounds soap, 6.000 pounds soda, 809,0U) pounds sugar. ana fcw,0(D pounds wheat. Healed proposal*. indorsed proposals foi bacon, flour, clothing or transportation, the case may be), and directed to the co Also, blankets, woolen and cotton goods (consisting in part of ticking, 41.000 yards standard calico. 300,000 yards drilling, 18,000 yards duck, 181,000yards: denims. 18,000yards gingham, 60,000 yards Kentucky jeans, '4J,(J0U yards sutinett, 2,700 yards brown sheeting, 213,000 yards bleachea sheeting. 17,000 yards hickory shirting, 18.000 yards calico shirting, 5^000 yards winsey, 650 yards$) clothing, groce ries, notions, hardware, mcdical supplies and a long list of miscellaneous articles, such as wag* ns, harness, plows, rakes, forks, etc. Also, transportation for such or the supplies, goodsand articles that may not be contracted for to be delivered at the agencics. llirirt Must be Made Out on Goverment Ilia nka. Schedules showing the kinds and quantities of subsistence supplies required lor each agency, and the kinds and quantities, in gross, of all other goods and articles, together with blank proposals and forms for contract and bond, conditions to be observed by bidders, time and place of delivery, terms of contract and payment, transportation routes, and all other necessary instructions will be furnished upon application to the Indian office in Wash ington, or Nos. 65 and 67 Wooster street, New York: to E. M. Kingsley, No. 30 Clinton place, New York Wm. H. Lyon, No. 483 Broadway. New York: and to the Commissaries of Suo sistance, U. 8. A., at Chicago, Saint Louis, Saint Paul, Leavenworth, Omaha, Cheyenne, and Yankton, and the postmaster at Sioux City. Bids will he opened at the hour and day above stated, and bidders are invited to be present at the opening. Certified Checks. All bids must be accompanied by certified checks upon some United States depository or Assistant Treasurer, for at least live per cent of the amount of the proposal. Ii. E. TBOWB1UDGE, Commissioner. Proposals for Fresh Iteef and' lieef Cattle OFFICE CHIEF C. 8., DEPARTMENT OF DAKOTA, ST. PAUL, MINN., May 17th, 1880. SEALED PROPOSALS, in duplicate, subject to the usual conditions, will be received at this office, and at the office of the Purchasing Commissarv of Subsistence at Yankton, D. T. until 12 o'clock, noon, of Saturda,ythe 29th day ...... .. Proposals for Work Oxen. CHEYENNE RIVER AOENCT. D. T., May 10th. 18S0. PROPOSALS, in triplicate, enclosed iu sealed 1 A SEVEN room brick house on Douglas Ave* nue. A cistern, wood shed and fenced lot attached. per month. Applvto J. P. RADAELLI. Jeweler, ad street, Yankton, D. T. envelopes and addressed to the undersigned and marked "Proposals for work oxen." will be received at the Jencks hotel, Yankton. D. T., until 12 m.. May 2ttth, 1880, for furnishing and delivering at this agency on or before June 27th, 1SHU. flu yoke of work oxen with yokes and chains. The oxen to be sound, well broken and iu good condition. They must not be under 4 nor over 6 years old. The yokes to be new aud complete, and the chains to be cable. 14 feet long including hooks. A certified check for one. fifth of the amount of the proposal must accom pany each bid as a guarantee that the successful biduer will at once enter into contract and fur nish a good bond upon performance of which the check will be returned, otherwise to be for feited to the United States. A copy of this ad vertisement must be attached to and form a part of each proposal. The right to reject any or all bids is reserved. Bidders are invited to be present at the opening of the bids. THEO. 8CHWAN. Capt. 11th Inf., Aoting U. 8. Indian Agent. Probate Notice. In the Probate Court of the County of Yank ton. Territory of Dakota. In the matter of the estate of Reinhardt Schumacher, deceased. Notice of application for letters of adminis tration. NOTICE is hereby given that Margareth Schumacher has filed with the Judge of this Court, a petition, praying for letters of administration of the estate of Reinhardt Schumacher, deceased, and that the Hist day of May. 1880, at 10 o'clock, a. in. of said day, being a day of the regular term of this court, to-wit: of tue May term, 1880, at the office of the Pro cate Judge in Dewiit block. Third street, in the city and county of Yankton, has been set for hearing said petition when and where any person interested may apiear and show cat why the said petition should not be granted. l5ated May 17, 1880. L. CONGLETON, Probate Judge. W|SLL8 HENDEBSUOTT, Attorney. of June. tfvSO, at St. Paul, Minneapolis, Yankton, oral points on the St. Paul, Minneapolis and Mani toba. Northern Pacific, and Dakota Southern railroads. 700.000 pounds of high ground, well dressed. X\XX straight spring wheat Hour, made from wheat equal to No. 2 hard. 41.000 pounds of best quality of patent process flour. 0. 8., E. P. Wilcox, Pine Lumber AND BUILDING MATERIALS. A Complete Assortment Furnished in an' Quantity desireil. U. P«ul,Mmnenpon»,oron©arHwSt. Vnnl.Mmnoa- olul nxnn, I am roailv to do all work it! )MlisiV M«nitol»a. or Nirthem Pacific railroad to the imilrriiipni'd. is, Yankton. SMS SKCOKD MULBKRRY STS. policy on Ileal Entati'. M. 11. MOHGAN. Mnjor and U. S.. U. H. A. While I do not claim to be the originator of the Cafth Plan ouo. w. of doing huBincsA, do' able to back it up that 1 am the only Strictly Cash Grocer in Yank ton My business for the last year has )een more than a success, which I attribute UJ my strict adherence to the cosh plan of selling goods, and the appreciation by the people of uniform low prices on standard goods. ,. if -j of May, 1880 at which time aud places the/ wii. be opened in presence of bidders, for furnishing such quantities of Fresh Beef from the block, and for such number of Beef Cattle as may te required by the Subsistence Department U. 8. Army, until June 30. 1881, at the following named Posts: Forts Hale, Suae ton and Steven son, D. T. Separate Proposals must be made for each Post, and for each kind of supplies required. Blank Proposals and Printed Circulars giving detailed information as to the quality and quan tity of the Beef, and the number of Cattle re quired at each Post, manner of bidding, condi tions to be observed by bidders, etc.. may be ob tained on application to either of the officers named altove. The United States reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Proposals should be enclosed in sealed envel opes marked "Proposals for [here insert the ar ticle bid for], at Fort [here insert the name of the post]." and address to Capt W. A. Elderkin C. S., U. S. A., Yankton, D. T.. or to M. R. MORGAN. Major and C. S.. XJ. S. A l*ropo»als for Frettli lieef. OFFICE CHIEF C. S. DEPT. OK DAKOTA. ST. PAUL, Minn., May 10,188U. SEALED PROPOSALS, in duplicate, subject to the usual conditions, will be received at this otlicc, and at the otlice of the Commissary of Subsistence at Yankton, until 12 o'clock, noon, on Saturday, the 2Uth day of May, 1K80, nt which time and places they will be opeued in presence of bidders, for furnishing such quanti ties of Fresh Beef from the block as may be re quired bv the Subsistence Department U. S. Army, at Fort liandall, D. T., during the fiscal year commencing July 1st, 18*). Proposals .will be received up to. and open ed, at the same hour by the Acting Assistant Ounmissary of Subsistence at the post. Blhnk proposals, and further information may be obtained on application to the under signed. to the Commissary of suttsistencc at Yankton, or to the A. A. C. S. at the post. The United States reserves the right to reject anv or all bids. Projtosals should be enclosed in sealed enve lopes marked "Proposals for Fresh Beef at Fort Randall" and addressed to the undersign ed, to Capt. W. A. Elderkin, C. S. U.. 8. A., at Yankton, D. T., or to the A. A. C. S. at the post. M. B. MOBGAN, Major and C. S, U. S. A. TOM MARSHALL, l£oj:xisoxi7s 3=31oc2s:. Choice Sug. Cured Ham, pr lb. I l£c 8 1-2 lbs. st'd Gran. Sugar, $1.00 9 lbs. standard A Sugar, 1.00 10 lbs. extra Sugar, 1.00 4 1-2 lbs. Fancy Rio Coffee, 1.00 5 lbs. Choice Rio Coffee, 1*00 make a claim and 1 um .. r* r\ er nn 6 lbs. Good Rio Coffee, 1.00 19 bars White Russian Soap, 1.00 17 bars Blue India Soap, 1.00 The Finest and Best Line of Wheeler, ltecl Lake, Ft. Thompson, noBEitm TOLL-GATE Ho. 2 -RTir.JSTgJGSffa la4.6«Ui«lBUuiMluriiKk«c«.»r.K.r.AWIKt,r E A S In Hie City. Choice Japan Tea 50 cents per lb. Fancy 65 and all other Teas at correspondingly low prices. 1 2 1 My stock embraces every description of Canned and Preserved Goods either in glass or in tin, and I sell at uniiormly low prices. TOM MARSHALL, The Only Strictly Cash Grocer in Yankton. From Yankton to Fort Sully, And all intermediate paints, including Bou Homme, Spring-field, Yankton Agency, Fort Randall, Ft. Pierre and Fort Sully. Comfortable Coaches ami Quick Time. WM. KRAMER. S. P. GAMBLE. Agent. Superintendent. BROADWAY UHP0LSTER1NG Second Iiaild Store J. E. GILLESPIE, Proprietor. PB?"Second Hand Furniture bought and.^} sold. Upholstering of all kinds done to TMiiWl oraer. Slat-tresses always on ±111111 hand. Old Mattresses mr.de over. '."1*-* Jlfi^Cushions, Curtains, Lambrequins, tie. Ac. made to order. I also repair Carriage and Buggy Tops. Cushions, Ae. fmnke Upholstering a specialty. All work done in a workmanlike manner. Store on east side of Broadway, between Sec ond and Third, opposite Minnesota House. Big Bber! -AT- CHARLEY LONG'S F1VK CENTS A GLASS. A Genuine Jersey Bull! "from imported stock, and a few Pure Berkshire Pigs, FOB BALK. Enquire of A. F. HAYWARD. In a few minutcB, you can satisfy your self as to my plan of doing business, my goods and my prices. Come and see for yourself, all 1 ask is a trial. My stock is very large ana complete. 1 make special fig ures in job Iota. Choice Table Syrup, 75c per gallon in kegs, $3 each' Pure Cider Vinegar, 25c per gallon'Eft],"® 3 lb cans Standard Peaches, 20c 3 1 live up to my ad Wnen 2- do a cash business in order to secure popu~ Tomatnpfi 17 1.2 larity for my concern, lomaioes, 1/ I It is business with me, Corn, 20c ALL THE XEW —AND— O S E S in Men's and Boy's Straw Hats Now in Stock. J. O. BATES, Post Office Block. STAGES. ICE CREAM DAKOTA DIVISION. WYOMING STAGE CO. M. H. JENKINSON, Manufacturer of the Celebrated Crystal ICE CREAM CONFECTIONER Bread and Fancy Cake BAKER. v-Weddings and Parties— Supplied on Short Notice The Reputation of the Crystal Ice c,Vftm Achieved Last Season will be Fully Sustained the Coming Snnin^er. M. H. JENKINSON Yankton. CICiAK MANUFACTORY. YANKTON- Cigar Factory HIRSHSTEIN, PBOPBIETOK, Manufacturer of Domestic and Havana. Cigars I Thirty-Five Different It rands. GIVE ME A CALL Before Purchasing Elsewhere THY AND PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY, and von will receive better satisfaction from patronizing out«ide enterprises, My Success is Your Own. Straye«l or Stolen. [*rivllo|ce fc»r None—Justirc for All. l^roiu the preinisos of the subscriber in Yank. mr-u.• «»v tun, ondaturdsv. April ad, one black Indian XrANKTON LIBERAL LLAGUE No. IT? meetw rattre retident. pony, with wnito face, and one white hind Sunday at 11 a. ». in Turner ball, lp^—rather slim. Had on a halter. A suitable gnWalmit street, Thv rotanl will be paid for her recovery or for in- formation that will lead to her reoo' ill lead toner reoo very. GEO. W. KINGfiBUBY, Jr, NUMBER 24. MUX MACHIXMY. SAM. KAUCHER, Mill Furnisher LEFFLE WATER WHEEL A BPUIALTJ', New Process and GRADUAL REDUCTION 31 ILLS. IKON AND PORCELAIN BOUA Mills and Elevators Constructed and Drawing* and Plans made, all on the most Seasonable Terms. —(o)— Call on or AddrMi, SAM. KAUCHER, Merchant* Uot«l, Yankton, Dakota. JEWELRY. J. P. REDAELLI, Repairer and Dealer in .ti JO Watches, Clocks & Jewelry, Third Street, opposite the Press asd Dakota tan office. tar-ALL. WORK WARRANTED.^ YAXKTOX, DAKOTA. MONEY FOR MORTGAGES On Itcnl Estate. THE CORBIN BANKING CO. llfi Itroadway, New York, Purchase Mortgages well secured by first lien upon Country Real Estate at the very )est rates 11KKK. The Celebrated Jos. Schlitz MILWAUKEE CN DRAUGHT AT O W N S Third St. Sample Rooms. Brown having refitted the MERCHANTS BILLIARD PARLOR will »1BO keep at that establishment Joseph Schlitz's Milwaukee Beer on draught. „?ISoSjgTfaciUtie* keeping Beer COOL and FRESH are unequalled, ana he in at all times prepared to furnish this invigorating bev erage at both of his establishment*. Gentlemsnly bar tenders officiate and Brown is ready to guarantee satisfactory attention and satisfactory goods. The best of Wines, Cigars and Liquors at both places. CALL AT BROWN'S Sample Rooms and Billiard Parlor. PAINTING. Aiiable & Kelley, House. Sign, Carriage and Ornamental PAINTERS Plain and Decorative PAPER HANGING, Gilding, Glazing, Graining. Marbling, Kalsomining, Oil Finishing, etc. Sign Painting a Specialty. Our prices are as reasonable as can be found in the city, and we turn out nothing bat first class work. Shop on Cedar #2., bet-. 24 arid 3d, A N O N A O A WALTER H. CARR. DEALER IN Groceries, Vegetables, .v Fruits, Candies, Nuts, Cigars. Orders will reoeire prompt attention. WALTER H. CARR, Third St., Yankton.