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NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS.
PILES,
(BTOecsiiorto I. l'ilos A Uo.) in Receiving lii» Sprint 8lo.k of
Boots and Shoes
Which lie in sclUn
•A.T X-OT77- PRICES.
Call and Examine His Stock aiul Prices Before Purchas
ing. It Will pay You.
SIGN OF THE BUFFALO HEAD,
TU! Kit V.' IttiKT,
YANK TON, DA K0 A.
DltlTGSJANl) HOOKS.
Excelsior 3Dr-u.g* Store
-ESTABLISHED, 1899.-
MILLS &PURDY
Yankton, D. T.
WHOLESALE AND
?hlnd«e«^
Attended
Also a Varied Stock of Druggists' Sundries and Toilet Articles,
a"ram bemadtebySn^M^h'iS'mMketndWcSSo handfdW" Hri°C?ii,il1 ?,I^a5
by an experienced and D^ucI)i»ta'Jwcl1Mtti'm
tion will bo given to all our Patrons.
Charles Eiseman
Desires to call the Attention of Cash
and Prompt Paying Buyers to his Large
and Elegant Stock of
Dry Goods and Clothing
Which he has just Received Consisting of
Every Variety and Description
Suitable for
Spring and Summer Wear
Call and Examine his Stock before
Making your purchases.
COX'S BUILDING.
THIRD ST., YANKTON, DAKOTA.
IIA ItinVAKK.
Geo. E. Hawley
Heavy and Shelf Hardware
Builder's Hardware
Stoves and Tinware
Wagon and Carriage Wood Stock
Wagon and Carriage Hardware
Blacksmith's Supplies
Harvesting Tools
Gas^Fittings
And Steamboat Supplies,
Agents for Fairbanks' Scales and
E A I
l,c
-.!n,''
««low
*""•IamtB's
and
°lk
DcPart"'«'.
EK1"t."•
Excelsior Book Store.
Wholesale antl Retail.
STAI-I.i: AM iitv i){ins.
SPRING OF 1880.
which is always
our
personal oversight. Sutinfaa-
MlliliS & PURDY.
Window
MILLS & PURDY.
CO
W
3

02
Cl
W
tel
&
National 'Horse Nails.
Third Street, YANKTON
MKDI4AL.
AHD 0THEE8 SEEKING
STRENGTH AND ENERGY,
WITHOUT THE USE OP DRUGS, A HI! RE
QUESTED TO SEND FOR THE ELECTRIC
REVIEW, AN ILLUSTRATED JOUR­
NAL, WHICH IS PUBLISHED
FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION.
TT TtlKATB 11 pou nKAI.TII, nTOIENE, ami Pl.v.l.
CAL iillure, mid IN a cointiU-tw ENRYCLUTMCDIIIHI
Jifni Miutioii for in valid* And thi»« who muter ftmn
t^ivoii,, KxliitidtfnK and Painful T)i»»«h*n. Ev^rj
thai Uam upon health and human h*tt.iiH'«.
ryc.-.«I» attention la Its and the nmnv IIUHX
t'oiii iink(d by nuffrrlnu invalid* who h»v«. ihfli*iiHj
..f a Ciire, are anNwmdr, and valuahlo i»r.i»...i...i. I.
v«i|t|iit»-Hred to all who are in n*wi of medical ti.lvlc*.,
riiv Hiilyvct of Electric Bolts vertut M«dirine, and
th«» hinxliud and on« ({mtnliouH of VURI itni.Mtun.i
piuiliJd""8
,,U,nft0,ty-
PULVERMACHER 0ALVAH1C
uOR. EIGHTH & VINE STREETS. C'R!'
ijeioro xaniav neouonccof BclfAftfir TftVnff.
HIJUHC, as IOKH of memtiry, Uni-^^^ AftKulg,
vorKftl LaHBitudc, Pain in the Back, Dimness of
ViRion, Premature old Ajfe, and many other di*
eaKcs that lend to Insanity or Consumption and
then a Premature Grave.
{ap-FtiU particular!* in our pamphlet, which
w^desire to nend free hy mail to everyone.
he Specific Medicine in
10
Spruce st.
N. Y.
ST1CAM Klt.S.
Hamburg* American Packet Company's
Weekly Line of Steamships,
Leaving New York every Thursday at 2 P. M.
For England. France and Germany.
Tickets to and from Europe at lowest rates. For
passage apply to C. U. RICHARD & CO.. Gen.
i\r«! Passe'it'cr Agents, ill BROADWAY. NEW
lOHK. or to their Agents.
gaily
NYALIDS
EALTH,
Bold
An entire! New and poiitivelr effective
KrnieJy for the ipeedy and p«nni&et>t
cure of EmiMiona and Impotency bv the QDIT
true VST,Seminal
nx., frir*cl Appliemon to the priDcipklflMt of ib« FTV m. Tbe
«j ltKoBT«oi»t«, dot* ttoi
Thli nod* of m»UB«Dt bM
rr«n«urwrl turrc«t. Tb«r*
uon. iTaet'"'
... —. j*rfi.„ ..
by it.* M^IU*1 froffMton to b« th« tno«t tkttonkl mwi T*t di»oot.
•r*J nf mrhine uid curi»( tfai* very nmttatit IreubU. Tb* bnitd* it
MlkHu «»w rflliwiiM.
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(Urfiuf oM.lk). K*. 3 (tiSniU
Ujrt |.t«nU•».«-.
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•iB ii^niMui miuf* .w b.
Ui» nM w). SMI b, Bui. to
^allJirartUaur.w •crain|«nf tarhioa.
t»t tVvr|li.a
r.int4lM «t»a( AtiMikil UaaU-atiMa.vklrk
Ik* a«M t«f«Mal «».*i iS.| W iam auUI. a»4 Bo 1
\i»4 few ik* dtM« l.f». ir a** ifMl. (tMI f«. «••».
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MF't CHEMISTS.
ME,
™.
I'wMcriplion Free- For tlie speedy Cure of Scni
inul \S RAKIU'fS, 1,OSM of MUHIJIHXI, auu all disorders
Immirlit on hy intliscri-tion orexcoss. Auy Drthafiut
Uasilii'imnvdieiitH. AiUlrens
DAVIDSON «fc CO.* 78 Nassau Hu, N. Y.
A (ioniiino
Jersey Bull!
from ini]»ortfd stock, and few
Pure Berkshire Pigs,
FOK SALK.
Enquire of
A. F. HAYWARD.
Time Books
WEEK Oil MONTH, for sale at the Press
and Dakutainn counting room.
F°!f,
Til Kent.
1 mVF.U.ING HOUSE, four ood rooms,
lwintry, front and baok porch and cistern.
SituaUii on Green strait, between Fourth and
Fifth. Apply on the premises.
i. PAKKEtt HAYWAUU.
lloal KaUte and Insurance,
§tcm
HDI
till
ftre
du,y
"I'd
YOUNC MEN
And nlhprt whomtffiT from Nervous and I'liv-U-nl
fcililv. Lo«,» of Manly Vigor. Premttl«ir«
Mini the uiHtiy glomnv cotiHeqiifnic** ofcntlv in-'
turn, etc.| am •specially buncHU-d by c«m*ull.i."
Oi'lllflllA.
1 IV-
Thp KI.EOTRIO REVIEW eipiMc, |1,, „,„„iil,..,
II mill* practiced T»Y IJUIU'K* HI»1 medical iini...:.
to "practit'H riiediciiir," HIIJ taints
«mlv wife, giuiple, mid W!eCTi"u toad to ll,-,.Hi
mid Ho'lily F.n«-vgy.
Send voiir nddreHu on prmtxl rnxl for
in format mil tvoii tltnjiMiuili will be hctit
AiI'IM"*, the (•IIII||H|I,.[,(
OKAY'S SI'KCH-IC MKIH iNK.
rHADE_MM((. ,„, ,.nl TRADE MA
KtigliKli Kem
«ly. An unfail
ing cure for
Seminal Weak
ncHH, Bpcrma
torhen, Impo
toncy, and all
(litwuKCB thnt,
Tlfifnrn T^lriti.r
follow«
and
a
by all drug-
iriHtK atil perpnckaKO, or nix packages for #5,
or will he sont free by mail on re eipt of the
money by arid reusing THK GRAY MKOICfNK
P^.O Merc,hftnt* Block. Detroit, Mich.
S2& Bold in Yankton everywhere by druggisto.
New Advertisements.
ADVERTISERS
By addrcBfting GEORGE P. ROWELL &
CO., 10 Spruce St., New York, can learn the
exact cost of any proposed line of ADVERTIS
ING in American Newspapers. IOC-paw
"'amplilet, 10c.
A YEAH and expenseH to
H? Outfit free. Address,
I .O.VICKEUY, Augusta, Me
aro. Is.
EOWELL
CO.
Newspaper Advertising Bureau.
For Ten Cents! One Hundred Page
Pamphlet ^with Lists of Newspapers
and Advertising Rates.
For Ten Dollars: Four lines Inserted
one Week in Three Hundred and
Fifty Newspapers.
Yankton, U. T.
anrt §nh0taiatt
YANKTON—DAKOTA.
MnnilHy KvvniiiK .lunr 14, 1K80.
JUST LIKE A MAN.
flow MimI Mr. SjM»(i]M-iir1\ k* (iot IIcchuM!
hi I niililo'l riml IIIm Collar Huttoii.
Hrmiklyii l^agle.
'Jry dear," HuiJ Mr. SpooponJykfi.fCL'l
iff up the chimney, "linvo you seen my
ill collar button
"1 saw it the (lay yon bought it," an
Hwered Mm. Spoopendyke, clieerily,"and
thought it very pretty. Why do you
a»k
"Canae I've lout tho mcaxly thing," re
loaded Mr. Spoopendyke, running
broom liandle up into the
cornice and Nhaking it as if it were a
carpet.
"You don't HuppoHe it is up there do
you asked Mrn. Spoopendyke. "Where
did yon leave it
"Left it in my shirt. Where do you
Buppose I'd leave it—in the haul] and
Mr. Spoopendyke tossed over all the
things in his wife's writing desk and
looked out the window after it.
"Where did you leave your shirt
asked Mrs. Spoopendyke.
"Where did I leave my shirt?" Where
do you suppose I left it where does a
man generally leave his shirt, Mrs.
Spoopendyke Think I left it in a fer
ry boat Got an idea I left it at prayer
meeting, haven't you? Well, I didn't.
I left it off, Mrs. Spoopendyke that's
where I left it. loft it off. Hear me
And Mr. Spoopendyke pulled the winter
clothing out of the cedar chest that
hadn't been unlocked for a month.
"Where is the shirt now?" persisted
Mrs. Spoopendyke.
"Where do you suppose it is? Where
do you imagine it is? I'll tell you where
it is, Mrs. tSpoopendyke it's gone to
Bridgeport as a witness in a land suit.
Idea! Ask a man where liis shirt is!
you know I haven't been out of the room
since I came home last night and took it
off and Mr. Spoopendyke sailed down
Btairs and and raked the fire out of
the kitchen range, but didn't lind the
button.
"Maybe you lost it on the way home,"
suggested Mrs. Spoopendyke, as her
husband came up, hot and angry,and be
gan to pull a stuffed canary to pieces to
see if the button had got inside.
"Oh, yes! Very likely! I stood
ugaist a tree and lost it. Then I hid be
hind a fence so I wouldn't see it. Tliat's
the way it was. If I only had your
head, Mrs. Spoopendyke, I'd turn loose
as a razor-strop. I don't know anything
sharper than you are and' Mr.
Spoopendyke got up in a chair and clut
ched a handful ot dust off the top of the
wardrobe.
"It must have fallen out," mused Mrs.
Spoopendyke.
Oil! it'must eh! It must have fallen
out! Well, I declare, I never thought of
that. My impression was that it took a
buggy and drove out, or a balloon and
hoisted out and Mr. Spoopendyke
crawled behind the bureau and coalmen*
ced tearing up the carpet.
"And if it fell out, it must be near
his shirt. For he always throws
his shirt on the lounge, and the button
is under that."
A moment's search established tlie in
fallibility of Mrs. Spoopendyke's logic.
"Oh, yes! Found it, didn't you?"
panted Mr. Spoopendyke, as he bumped
Ins head against the bureau and finally
climbed to a perpendicular. "Perhaps
you'll fix my shirts so that it won't fall
out any more, and may be you'll have
sense enough to mend that, lounge, now
it has made so much trouble. If you
only 'tended to the house as I do to'my
business there'd be no difficulty- about
losing a collar-button."
"It wasn't my fault—" began Mrs.
Spoopendyke.
"Wasn't eh! Have you found that eoal
bill you've been looking for since
March?"
"Yes."
"Have eh! Now, where did vou put
it Where did you find it
"In your overcoat pocket."
THE FIRST NEW ROMANCE OF THE SPRING
Mftcon.~iG.i,,l Telegraph.
It is moonlight on the hill. From out
the trees a gentle zephyr creeps to rob
the hyacinth of its perfumed breath, and
adown the garden walk the wliippoorwill
lends his monotone of sadness unto the
balmy night. Sleep,with brooding wings,
sits silent o'er the scene. But liark! It
is the tinkling guitar strummed by Au
gustus. He comes. Beneath the vine
clad window in the ghostly gloaming he
pauses, and up the Hower' trellised wall
he shoots a melancholy tenor lraught
with the passionate inquiry, "Must I
leave thee here alone?" No' answer re
turns save the liauutiug echo and the
low clicking of a distant door. Scene
changes.
It is the back yard tableau. A white
robed old man bends above a chained
dog, and soothes his too eager spirits as
he loosens the collar. A low voice says,
"S-ee-eeek him Bull—take a short cut
around the rose bush." A Hash—and the
old man is alone. The clatter of a fallen
guitar comes from the front a sound like
the rush of a steeple chase Hearing a
hedge is borne back, and neck and neck,
two figures cross the picket fence to dis
appear down the dim perspective of the
deserted street. Then the old mau meets
Bull as he returns on the outer walk and
removes in a discouraged manner a dark
object from his foaming mouth, while the
animal retires to his kennel in silence.
The door opens and shuts upon the white
robed form, and all is still again. But as
he gets into bed and shoves the old lady's
feet out of a warm place, he mutters:
"Bull is get-tin' old, and serenaders don't
pay dividends like they used to, but if
the business keeps up, I think you will
be justified in startin' anotherpa'tcli-worlt
quilt, Maria. The last fellow left real
cassimere."
"What sorter sample did you get?"
"Tolerable fair. There was a long strip
with a pistol pocket liangin' to it, and
one gallns butt'n.
.Mm. Mi nstinr' Soot hi uy Syrup.
l?ev. Sylvanus Cobb thus writes in the
Christian Freeman:—We would by no
means recommend any kind of medicine
which Ave did not know to be good—par
ticularly for infants. But of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup we can speak from
knowledge in our own family it has
proved a blessing indeed, by giving an
infant troubled with colic pains, quiet
sleep, and the parents unbroken rest at
night. Most parents can appreciate
these blessings. Here is an article which
works perfection, and which is harmless
for the sleep which it affords the infant
is perfectly natural, and the little cherub
awakes as "bright as a button." And
during tho process of teething, its value
is incalculable. We hnve frequently
heard mothers say that tliey would not
be without it from the birth of the child
till it had finished with the teething
siege, on any consideration whatever.
Sold by all druggists. 25 cents a bottle.
The Voltaic Itelt Co., Marshall,
Mich.
Will send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon SO
days' trial. Speedy cures guaranteed.
They mean wliat they say. Write to
them without delay.
NORTHERN DAKOTA.
Jam™town needn a village organiza
tion.
Tho Alert says the baby booin It/tt
Btruek Jiimestowu.
The building of the new grist mill at
Jamestown is being rapidly pushed for
ward.
The Headquarters hotel at Fargo had a
very narrow escape from fire last Tues
day morning.
Fargo Argun: The Northern Pacific
management have decided to tunnel the
Missouri to reach Mandan.
The Farfjo Daily Argus has increased
its circulation averaging over two a day
since the beginning of .Tune.
An addition is being made to the Bis
marck Tribune building to accommodate
the new steam power press and jobber
which will soon bo put in.
SOUTHERN DAKOTA.
Here is a prophet who has honor even in
his own country. The Sioux Falls Pan
tograph says: Melvin Grigsby may lay
claim to being a political prophet. Mon
day afternoon at the Pantagrapli bulletin
board, lie tapped Garfield name and
said, "Boys, there's the coming man."
Later in the day he backed his judgment
with ducats, and yesterday morning,after
reading the speech which Garfield made
in nominating Sherman, he was still more
strongly of the opinion that the success
ful man would be successful, and it turn
ed out as he had prophesied^
fmjmin Hreatlt.
Among all the disagreeable consequen
ces that follow the decay of the teeth, an
impure breath must be the most mortify
ing and unpleasant to its posessor, and it
is the most inexcusable and offensive in
society and yet the cause of it may easi
ly.be removed by cleansing your teeth
daily with that justly popular dentrifrice,
Fragrant SOZODONT. It purifies and
sweetens the breath, cools and refreshes
the mouth, and gives a pearl-like ap
pearance to the teeth. Gentlemen who
indulge in smoking should cleanse their
teeth with SOZODONT, as it removes
all unpleasant odors of the weed. Ask
your druggist for it.—| wlm-deod
/li'Olrn'* ilnuMeholtl M'auneea
Is the most effective Pain destroyer in
the world. Will most surely quicken the
blood whether taken internally or ap
plied externally, and thereby more cer
tainly Believe Paifi, whether chronic or
acute, than auy other pain allieviator,
and it is warranted double the strength
of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the Side. Back or bow
els, Sore Throat, Rheumatism, Tooth
ache, and All aches, and is The Great
Believer of Pain. "Brown's Household
Panacea" should be in every family. A
teaspoonful of the Panacea in a tumbler
of hot water (sweetened if preferred),
taken at bedtime, will break up a cold.
25 cts. a bottle.
-Wlifli Sit'l ii,'mm.
Undoubtedly with children, attributed
to other causes, is occasioned by Worms,
Brown's Vermifuge Comfits,'or Worm
Lozenges, although effectual in destroy
ing worms, can do no possible injury to
the most delicate child. This valuable
combination lias been successfuly usee
by physicians, and found to be absolutd
ty sure in eradicating worms, so lmrtfe
lo children. Twenty-five cents a box.
WINKS AND LlniO^S.
-THE
Oldest Liquor House
IX THE XOliTHWEST.
Adler & Ohlman
WHOLESALE
Liquor Dealers
YANKTON, DAKOTA.
Keep constantly on hand the following brand*
of liqoor6:
McHniyer's. Taylor's, Slmwlian. Ander
son County? Monock and Castle Rook
KENTUCKY WHISKIES!
Also, Our Favorite
MILLER. GOLD SIRRING,
BLUE ARASS, BOYD, &c.. &c
Which we arc selling at very low prices. Also
a full stock of
Imported Wines & Liquors.
The Largest Stock of
ZG-iiSS.
Ever brought to the Territory. Seidenberg'*
Key West a Specialty. Sole agents for
Sclilitz's Milwaukee Beer.
Ily tlie Keg: or Ca»e.
In fact everything usually kept in a first class
inuor store.
Wo are prepared to fill orders for any quanti
of Wines, Liquors. Cigars and Tobaccos, and
guarantee satisfaction, and at prices lower than
ever before.
Adler & Ohlman.
ICK.
ESTABLISHED, 1809.
Ice Ice Ice
FRED SCHNAUBER'S
ICE DELIVERY
Will Deliver
I E
I'AII.V DI KING THK SEASON OF 18S0.
Leave Orders at E. Weber's Drutr
Store, or at
F. SClINAUBEll'S
Residence. Corner LINN & 2d 8treetH.
SI11.1.1XEUV.
MRS. 13.
J.
COGG1NS,
Dealer in
illiz^.or "ST
and
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS.
Materials for Fancy Work a Specialty
Third St., Yankton, Dakota
MEDICAL.
411 Year* before the Public.
DR. C. HoLANE'S
LITER PILLS
are not recommended a» a remedy for
all the ills that flesh in heir to," bat in
affections of the Liver, and in ail Biliona
Complaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Head
ache, or diseases of that character, they
stand without a rival.
ACUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used pre
paratory to, or after biking quinine. Aa
a simple purgative they are nnequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Kach box han a red-wax *e*l on the lid,
with the impression. MchANE'8 LIVER
PILL. Each wrap|er taars the signa
turesof MCLANK and FLEMING DHO*.
pZt'lnmnt iiimhi having the genuine
DK. C. McLANE S LJVEIi PILLS, pre
pared by
FLEMING ItltO.H., Iitt*lrargli, l'a.,
the market being full of imitations of
the name xpelled differently
k'M same pronunciation.
Coughs, Bronchitis & Consumption.
Wlmt a Wi'll Known flru :Kl*t iy* About
Alli'iiV ItiiNiiin.
MOTHKItS, ItKAI!
OAK (.AND STATION, KY.,
Gentlemen: Tlie deinand for Allen'* Ltin*
J'alfaro is increasing constantly. The ladie*
think there is no medicine equal to it for Croup
and Whoopine Cough. C. 8. MARTIN. Druggist
Sold by all Nwlicini* Dcalfru,
I LOl It ANJ» FKKII.
1875 IKSO
Incorporated Jan'y 1. 1875.
Excelsior Mill Com'y
D. T. BltAMBLE, WM. HINER,
President. I Superintendent
F. L. VAN TASSEL. Secretary.
Bran,
Shorts
And Dealers in all Kinds of Feed.
JS-CASH PAID FOll^a
WHEAT, CORN, OATS, &c
IVoi#*' rtvlirerctl in alf part* of the
fit
a free of vharye. Call niu?
ttec a*. Our Jlour Hjteaktt
for itmelf
CAPITAL STREET,
FLOWER SKEDS.
A FllESH LOT
—OF—
James Vick'-s Flower
Vegetable Seeds also Clover. Timothy, Bam
bus Reia, Just received at
N'EFF'S BROADWAY DRUti STORE,
Also a good Stock of Paints, Oils and Window
Glass ana Kalsomine Stock always on hand.
MONEY FOR MORTGAGES
On Keal Estate.
THE CORBIN BANKING CO.
115 ltromlway, N -w York,
Purchase Mortgages well secured by first lien
upon Country Real Estate at the very best rates
d&w8m
Vf-^A A n««r »nl c«nptetr Cl'IDS TO WKnUtCK.
\\jSV/ coauiniajc Chapters c» A ComrcKBt WOMB.
hood. SekeliaD of wife. ErideBCc* of
it.v, Tcmperunenta. Sirrilitr, Advie* to Brkte
m—m.wBi
JU1LIOA1M.
Chicago, Milwaukee
—AXD—
SAINT PAUL RAILWAY.
8IOUX CITY AMD DAKOTA DIVISION.
TIMB TABLE—Taking effect Monday. April 5tii«
1880, at So'cIock, A. M*
TSAIVS WOTI'O
STATIONS.
PAS'KO'K NO. 1
w-fr*
-MANUFACTCBEBS OF-
Flour,
Corn Meal,
TBAXH8 MOV'FFO
*A»T_A_ SOUTH.
PiM'va'KNo.t
240p. m. le*re'..8IOUX ulTk.JlOJOa. m, or*.
2.0 NcOOOk.... 1046
..JEFFERSON.. 9£1
DAVIS JCNC'N 9.49
..ELK POINT.. 9.28
...BUKBANK... 9.01 met
.VERMILLION. &4«
.MKCKL1NG ..! 8.23
...GAW1LLE...
.JAMES RIVEB.
2J9
141
tXM
%&>
145
4.09
449ft
4.42
4.5?
5.00 p. m. ar've .. .YANKTON.
&U5
7.48
7^4
7.10 a. m. le're
SHOPS
CONNECTIONS.
At Meckling—With utage for St. James. N«b.(
and Swan I*ke and Maxwell City, Dakota.
At Gayville—With stage for St. Helena, Ne
braska.
At Yankton—With steamer* for all points on.
the Missouri river, daring the season of naviga
tion, and with stages for all point* in Northern
Nebraska and Southern Dakota.
At Elk Point—With stages for Ponca, Nebras
ka, and Richland, Dakota.
At Vermillion—Witbutages forLodi, Rivcreide
Turner, Bloomingdale, Finlay ana JLancoIn
Center.
At Canton—With Chicago. Milwaukee and St.
Paul trains.
Going East—1.40 p. m. 2.00 p. m. 2.35 a. m.
Going West—4JK) a. m. 10JJU p. m.
At Sioux Falls—With Worthmgton and Sioux
Falls trains.
Axrive, 1L45 a. m. leave, 1.45 p. m.
GEO. E. MERCHANT.
Superintendent.
W. C. VAN HORN,
General Superintendent
B. S. MERRILL,
General Managei.
Co
East 1
VIA THE
Chicago & Northw'rn
RAILWAY.
2,380 MILES ROAD.
It is the SHOUT, HUBE and SAFE route between
Council lilutr* and Cliivago, Milwaukee and
all point** East and North.
_New York. Philadelphia, Boston, Washington,
Buffalo. PittabnrgS Cincinnati. Montreal, Tor
onto. Detroit, Cleveland, Columbus.
fcjyGreatcr facilities and more advantage*
than any other road in the West.
f^It js the ONLY ROAD between Council
Bluffs and Chicago upon which is run i'uliaiuii
l'ntace Can*.
In addition to these and to please all cl?:* fs
travelers, it gives first-class Mer.ls at iU
hating Stations at 50 cents each.
Its track is Steel Rail! It« Coaches are llio
finest! Its Equipment first class! It* trains ure
all, equipped with Air Brakes! Miller's Coup.
»ers. and all modern improvements! all of
which combined permit fastest- speed, sure and
close connections, and everything a passenger
can desire to make a journey Quick, l'lua*anl
and Comfortable.
Pullman's Sleepers on all Night Trains!
is the People's Favorite route. If yoa
best traveling accommodations you
will buy your tickets by this route and will take
none other.
-^"All Ticket Agents can sell you through
Tickets via this road and check nunal baggage
free of charge.
Omaha Ticket Offices—1324 Farnam street,
corner 14th. and at Union depot.
Council Bluffs Ticket Offices—Corner Broad
way and Pearl street, C. fc N.-R'y depot *nd
union Pacific Transfer depot.
San Francisco Office—No. 2 Montgomery St.
For information, foldere, maps, etc., not
obtainable at Home ticket office, any
Agent of the company, or
W. H. STENNETT,
General Passenger Agent.
MARVIN HUGHlTT,
General Manager, Chicago, III.
Sioux City & Pacific
RAILROAD.
SS,.,!!i°necr from Sion* City to
CHICAGO, and all points East.
ST. LOUIS, and all points Soath.
WiBTOnBin**^^ points in Southern
and^EaM«rn IowaiS' P°'Dta in Southern
tST'PULLMAN PALACE HOTEL AND
Chiea oN° between Missouri Valley and
For ^peed. safety and comfort is unsurpassed.
This lane is now equipped with the improved
Westinghonse Automatic Air Brakes, and is the
only line running two express trains be
tween Sioux City and Chicago.
Through Time Table in EffcctJan. 1st, 1880.
Leave Chicago
St. Louis
Arrive Sioux City
C.
R«kwi A Ih. (a. nan, CdtWf tunw wepMe*.
UotiM,
LiwMml.iWir
OT. Ow«uk..
EXPRESS EXPQESS
S: 30 p. m.
7:40 A. M.
Leave St, Paul
Yankton
Sionx City
Arrive Missouri Valley...
S: 30 p. m.
2:30 P. M. 5.00 a. m.
6KX) 8:15
8:40 6:30
7:80 0:35
6:15 7:10
8:20 11:15
8^30 a. m. 5:40p. m.
10:80 9:15
6:83 9:20
12:40 p. m. 10:20
Chicago
Council Bluffs
St. Louis
Milwaukee
Des Moines
CONNECTIONS.
1. At Council Bluffs, (U. P. Transfer) with
Union Pacific railroad for Omaha and all points
W est, with Kansas City. St. Joe & Council Bluffs
droad for St. Louis and all points south, and
all lines diverging from 0. P. Transfer..
2. At Missouri Valley with the Chicago &
Northwestern railway for Chicago and all points
8-At Sionx City with the Sionx City
'onl 11 inn» P.ntMl an O ».. a _.
rwnng
A N O N A O A
& St.
V*. "t"
1 olou*
KJivy a ou
Paul, lllinots Central and Sioux City and Da
kota, steamers for the Upper Missouri Biver,
navigation, and with stages for
all point*
in the Northwest.
4. At Blair with Omaha and Northern Nebras
ka railroad for Omaha 4 Southern Nebraska.
5. At Fremont. Nebraska, with Union Pacific
railroad for all point* West and the Pacific
coast.
6. At Oakdale with stones for O'Neil City and
all poiut« in Northern Nebraska.
5"OQP rend via Sioux City
and Pacific Railroad.
F.
HILLS, p.
laUM lb.
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*-»|al *ifkU^*aTTU4 Veew,
li BIm Private Medical Adviser 'AB diMtwi r*
•ottiajr from impure usual usneiatinnt, a»d on —th«
«r h* WTMt (KM I*, Kifteh Eal*M,
Iwil iM 1.
(D.
Urn
E.
ROBINSON.
Superintendent. Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agt.
Missouri Vallev. Iowa,
W. WELLS, General Agent. Sioux City.
Illinois Central R. R.
Shortest Route to Chicago.
SIOUX CITY CHICAGO
Without change of Cars. Commen
cing June 1, 1876.
A daily express passenger train will leave
Sioux City, Saturdays excepted, on arrival of
tram from Yankton. Leave Sioux City at 2.15
M. and arrive at Chicago at S.20 p. x.
10 A. M., via the Illinois Central railroad, will
arrive at Sioux City the next dav at 11.%) A. M.
An accommodation train will leave Sioux Citv
daily, exoept Sundays
at 6 p. connecting with
through passenger train at Fort Dodge. Pas.
sengera leaving Chicago at 9.90 P.M. arrive at
8ioux City at 0.45 A. M.
Trains going east connect at Chicago with all
trains for Detroit, Cleveland, Buffalo, Niagara
Falls, Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore*
Washington, New York, Boaton and all parte of
the east.
Connections are made at Dubuque with trains
on the Illinois Central main line, leaving Dubu
que at 0.10 a. m., arriving at Uaieaburg at 3.. 0
p. m.^Paoria, 5 p. m., Burlington at ».4o p. m.,
itock island at b.90 p. mM Quincy at 4. u. in.,
St. Louis at 7.90 a. m.. and Cairo at 4.lu a. tu.
Connecting at Cairo with trains lor Aieiuuni:
Naabville, Vickaburg, Mobile, New Orieant, abu
ail parta of the south.
Connections are made at Free
port with West
ern Union trains, leaving Free
port at l.Uu p.
and arriving at Racine at 5.tt, and Jdiiwaukcu
at ii.14 p. m.
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Checked Through toallimioi.
taut points.
For through tickets and information apply at
the Illinois Central depot.
Trains run by Dubuque time, which ia twenty
minutes faster than Sioux City.
JOSEPH F. TUCKER,
Chicago, Traffic Manager.
W. P. JOHNSON,
GtnrT.l^tfuTA*tnt' ChiC**°-
Acut, Bioax Citj.

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