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t7 1IU)€KHIISN. While 1 do not claim to lie the originator of tho Cash Plan of doing business. 1 do iiiiike a claim and I am able to hack it up that 1 am the only Strictly Cuhb Grocer IU Yank Um My business for the last year hats been more than a success, which 1 attribute to my strict adherence to tne cash plan of Helling goods, and the appreciation by the people of uniform low prices on standard goods. 1..T0W MARSHALL,* The Cash Grocer ^£brrisoaa.'s Blocls:. Choice Sug. Cured Ham,pr lb. I l£o 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. Chojoe Rio Coffee, 1.00 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 E .A. S In the City. Choice Japan Tea 50 cents per lb. Fancy 65 and all other Teas at correspondingly low prices. Choice Table Syrup, 75c per gallon in kegs, $3 each Pure Cider Vinegar, 25c per gallon 3 lb cans Standard Peaches, 20c 3 Tomatoes, 17 1-2 2 Corn, 20c My stock embraces every description of Canned and Preserved Goods either in glass or in tin, and I sell at uniformly low prices. TOM MARSHALL, The Only Strictly Cash 6rocer in Yankton. CLOTHING, HATS, CA1\S, ETC. Hyn.outli "ituuiu^Kv.- E -F" For Speed, safety and comfort is unsurpassed. This line is now equipped with the improved Westinghouse Automatic Air Brakes, and is the only line running two express trains daily be tween Sioux City and Chicago. Through Time Table in Effect Jan. 1 st, 18C0. In a few minute*, you can satiufy your self an to my plan of doing business, my goods and my prices. Come and see for yourself, all 1 ask in a trial. My Htock is very large and complete. make special fig. urea in job Iota. I live up to my ad vertisements. When I say 1 sell for cash and cash only, 1 mean it. I do not advertise to do a cash business in order to secure popu larity for my concern. It is business with me. A EXPRESS EXPIIESS Leave St. Paul Yankton Sioux City Arrive Missouri Valley... rum .. ctur^v ii.ai EDARvRAPI niTiaV^Couucillluffs OikaloosiP^r—RX3PK isLANt JUa41Trtr.il. Crestui THE GREAT CONNECTING LINE Between the principal towns and cities of Northern Illinois. Wis consin, Iowa, Minnesota, the territory of Dakota and the New Northwest. ITS PBESEUT TEEMII1TA.L POINTS: Chicago, Milwaukee, Eacine, Oshkosh, Sock Island,-Davenport, Cedar Rapids, St. Paul, Minneapolis,—Ortonville, Minn.—Sioux City, la.—Sunning Water, Mitchell, Hantaan, Sioux Falls and Yankton, S. T. ITS ROAD-BED, 8UPER8TRUCTURE and EQUIPMENTS COMBINE ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, AND ARE PERFECT IN EVERY PARTICULAR. 27ie only line running its own elegant Sleeping and l*arlor Cars under the direct management and control of the ltailway Company* QUICK TIME AND LOW RATES. S. S. HKRRILL, W. C. VAN HORXE, A. V. II. CARPKXTER, J. II. PAOK, FLM'l Manager. Oen'l Snf*rintonlfTit. Gm'l l'ao. HHIITlrk»t Agtnt. A'L't FINT'l 1'iw. Agent. I'M IUATY LINIS ON MAP SHOW TIIS ROAD* OWNED AND OI*KBATD IV TUB CHICAGO, MUWAUKKR 4 Sr. PAUL R'y Co. Sioux City & Pacific Illinois Central R. R. RAILROAD. The Pioneer route from Sioux City to CHICAGO, and all points East. ST. LOUIS, and all points South. MILWAUKEE, and all points in Southern Wisconsin. DES MOINES* and all points in Southern and Eastern Iowa. C3T-PULLMAN PALACE HOTEL AND SLEEPING CANS between Missouri Valley and Chicago. 8:30 p. m. 7:40 A.M. 2:H0 P. M. GrfU 3:10 7:80 0:15 8:20 3:20 a. m. 10:30 8:33 12:40 p. m. 44 Chicago Council Blutfs St. Louis Milwaukee Des Moines Leave Chicago...,..,. St. Louis Arrive Sioux City 5.00a. m. 8:15 1:30 9:35 7:10 11:15 5:40p. m. 11:15 0:20 10:20 CONNECTIONS. 1. At Council Bluffs, (U. P. Transfer) with Union Paciiic railroad for Omaha and all points West, with Kansas City.St.Joe&Council lilufTs railroad for St. LotiiR and all points south, and all lines diverging from U. P. Transfer.. 2. At Missouri Valley with the Chicago & Northwestern railway for Chicago and all points East. 3. At Sioux City with the Sioux City & St. Paul, Illinois Central and Sioux City and Da kota, Mteamors fof the Upper Missouri Hivcr, during navigation, and with stages for all point in the Northwest. 4. At Blair with Omaha and Northern Nehras* ka railroad for Omaha & Southern Nebraska. 6. At Fremont, Nebraska, with Union Pacific railroad for all points West and the Pucific coast. 0. At Oakdalc with stagen for 0'Neil City and all points in Northern Nebraska. lie Sum your Tickets read via Sioux City and Pacific Kallroari. c. mi,L8, P. E. l'.OUlNSON. Bupermt«mlcnt. Aaa't Gcn'l Paaa. Agt. ... Valley. low.. W. WELLS, General Affont, Sioux City. VJ N 07I Shortest Route to Chicago. SIOUX CITY CHICAGO Without change of Cars. Commen cing Juue 1, 1878. A daily express passenger train will leave Sioux City, Saturdays excepted, oil arrival of train from Yankton. Leave Sioux City at 2.15 U. and arrive at Chicago at 3.20 P. t. Sleeping cars run through from Sioux City Chicago, rare. $2.50 on sleeping car. Passengers leaving Chicago, bound west, at 10 A. H., via the Illinois Central railroad, will arrive at Sioux City the next day at 11.80 A. M. An accommodation train will leave Sioux City daily, except Sundays at 0 v. M., connecting with through passenger train at Fort Dodge. Pas* sengcrs leaving Chicago at U.30 p. M. arrive at Sioux City at 0.45 A. M. Trains going east connect at Chicago with all trains for Detroit, Cleveland, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Pittsburg, Philadelphia, lialtimore' Washington, New York, Boston and all parts of the east. Connections are made at Dubuque with trains on the Illinois Central main line, leaving Dubu que at 0.10 a. ut., arriving at Uaiesburg at 3.L0 p. iu., Peoria, 5 p. m., Uuriington at 5.40 p. m., Hock Island at 0.30 p. m., Quincy at U. 4. p. iu., St. Louis at 7.30 a. m., andCairoat4.1ua. tu. Connecting at Cairo with trains for Memphis, Nashville, Vicksburg, Mobile, New Orlcaus anu all parts of the soutn. Connections arc made at Frceport with West* cm Union trains, leaving Frecport at 1.05 p. iu., and arriving at ltaciilc at 5.4i, and Milwaukee at 0.14 p. ni. Checked Through to all iwpoi. taut poiuts. For through tickets and information apply at the llliuois Central depot. ttraius run by Dubuque time, which is twenty minutes faster thau Sioux City. JOSEPH F. TUCKEH, Chicago, Tratlio Manager. W. P. JOHNSON, General Passenger Agent, Chicago. 11 T. WHlUAlT, Agut, Sioux City BAUD ZNBT&UKSRTOATAtpOVX. Our MW catalog** of llud ]o«tron«fiU. Nuilc, Suit*, Ctpc, Beltt, Pouchw, Pom* !Uta, Kpftuleta, Ct|»J I wifi SUadi, tut Owt AM «0QUlB* W MKMCAI* INVALIDS AID 0THEB8 BEEXH0 HEALTH, STRENGTH AMD ENER6Y, WITHOUT THE USE OK DRUGS, ARE RE QUESTED TO SEND KOR THE ELECTRIC, REVIEW, AN ILLUSTRATED JOUR-i NAL, WHICH IS PUBLISHED FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION. ITciu TItKATO upon TIEAI.TII, HTOIERE, unit T'lirit Culture, and la complete encvcliiiMiliN' of liifoi inAtion for invtlhU and tiiaae who BUtlpr firm M-rvoiu, Exhausting mid I'ainful DUcaoe*. Kvcrj that bean upon health and human hspi'hie«N, n'Ri'.vcN attention in itn imge*: and the rnnnv nisei* Whin Axktsd by suffering invalids, who have Us|tirHl of ttcui«, HT* aiiHwerea, and valuable inforiiiHiiou ii v.-himeen-rt to all who are in need of medical ndvlrp. Tlie Hiibject of Electric Belta vcrna Medlclm-, ni»d the luntdred and one quegtionH of vital imjioitmim to aulli'riug hutnaoity, ara duly conaid«roil and c*. pUineU. YOUNC MEN And others who aufftr from Kervou* and bilily. Lohh of Manly Vigor. Prcuintnr« Kxlmnrhi.n ami the many gloomy conneqtienccn of earlv iml.-rn Hon, «'tc., ar« especially heuuflted by coiiNUliiiiu caiiienu. Tho ELECTRIC REVIEW expose* th« uniriltiiriln. frauds practiced by qunckitand medical IK piofenn to "practice medicine," Mid |Kilntf tlt unlv Hnfp, ainiple, and elfective road to Health. Wot una ltixlily Energy. ftentl your adTresa on pontnl card for a rot^, hi.J iufortnntion worth tliouHandii will l»e «t*nt xou.'' AtMrthH, the publisher*, PULVERMACHER GALVANIC CO., t.0R. EIGHTH & VINE STREETS. C!NCIN!.A1.. GItAY'S KPKCIFIC MKKICINK. A E A re a A O E Knfplish Rem* «dy. An unfail. ing care for Seminal Weak ness, Sperma^ torhea, 1m po tency, and all diseases that,,—,—^——^— follow, and as a ^sBn^r Betore ALL THE NEW —AND— N O S E S in Men's and Boy's Straw Hats Now in Stock. J. O. BATES, Post Office Block. RAILROADS. The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. da HI Hat IVurr'stcr Taking sequence of self After Takkff. abuse, as loss of Memory, l)m. "o versal Lassitude, Pain in the Back, Dimness of Vision. Premature old Age, and many other dis eases that lend to Insanity or Consumption and then a Premature Grave. t2&"Full particulars in our pamphlet, which we desire to send free by mail to everyone. C£r~The Specific Medicine is sold by all drug* gists at $1 per package, or six packages for *5, or will be sent free ny mail on receipt of the money by addressing THK OKAY MEI)ICI'E CO. Merchants Block. Detroit, Mich. S2&*~8old in Yankton everywhere by druggists New Advertisements. ArefloldbrallH.rdwareandH.rDeuDe.len. Them to &ai one ovolnv hone or mule bat what will find la ihiBllne of gooda. aometblni? of great valtte. and —'-"I*adapted tothelrwants. COVEB" TSOT.N. Y„ SoleManufacturen. :ed tothelrwants. COVERTM' a. and ea ^•oco. (fr ^7 7 ^7 YEAH and cxjenKes to tit agents. Outfit free. Address P. 9 O. VICKliHY, Augusta, Maine. A dvertieeral send for our Select List of Local Newspapers. Geo. P. Howell & Co., 10 Spruce street. New York. GEO. ZE5. RO"WELL ds CO. Newspaper Advertising Bureau, "or 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. 10 Spruce st.. N. Y. STEAMERS. 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. B. RICHAKD & CO., Gen eral Passenger Agents, til BltOADWAY, NEW YOllK, or to their Agents. A Genuine Jersey Bull! from imported stock, anil Pure Berkshire Pigs, S A E Enquire of A. F. HAYWARD. MONEY FOR MORTGAGES On Ileal Estate. THE CORBIN BANKING CO. 115 ltroadwny, New York, Purchase Mortgages well secured by first lien upon Country Heal Estate at the very best rates d&w3m WANTED. N ACTIVE, INTELLIGENT, reliable man, in this and other localities, to handle a re cently patented article that sells readily to travelers, merchants, dentists, barters and families. The rtght party with smnll capital can secure a valuable agency worth $10 to $25 a day. Address THE TAYLOH HEAD BEST CO.. jul8-d&wlm 150 Lake St., Chicago, Ills. \S'a|\ A new ftnd complete OLIDK TO WEDLOCK, l\ y// footaioinc Chiplrn «ia A lompelr&t Woman. hood. Sclrctioo of wife. Evidence* of Virgin* itjr. Temperament!. Sirnhty, Advice to Rrido* •TMm. IIu»b4. fc Mifk, PMilUMk ii. H'lnwi NSftni tHUA. UwtMM. CmllBrinMl. Lmt *d CMMaUp, Mtf. Mm W*«W «THuAw «i Pmn*. Lnl U.rrW4 Wmim. |h*tr H*. li ii alto A Pri v»t« Medioal Advisor** on JIKIMI re. •ultinjr from Impure trvual aitncutioni. and on Mlf.abu**—lh« M-rat twMl wwrtV «wl lu .IWt lift. NijMIj Ua 4 (WaidnMk Ibr MiMtdoiu. KilMfrws AddreH LYOK USALY, MX SUM Bt., CUETFO, IU. Urn. (tn.( uwlHMt tk* Miiik W twMl *wrtV i. tlr.. km n.kii lU. A f— l^tu. ••I AIM MM mil Dr. IhinMMirttMwM.alMufMirrTrMltiNJUntUfUMV •U mm lU« «M »W ».a team ni.Hl»l^ Um« iliiMr. Daily %tm A §nfe«rtaian YAJfKTOH DAKOTA. Tuewlay Evenint July 13, 1880. PINAFORICALLY CONSIDERED. Hanc«»ck the Lmder of the Democnuce. When I wan a lad 1 went to school, Where Uncle Sam sends many a fool I polished up my buttons ana swept my room. For which I wt* rewarded with a Democratic boom. 1 polished up my buttons so carcfullee Tnat now 1 am a leader cf the Democrasee. in right-about face I made such a mark That they gave me the post of an adjutant clerk 1 served the ad. with a smile so bland, And 1 copied all the orders in a big round hand. In right-about ^ace 1 was so free That they made me the leader of the Democ rasee, Asa white cadet I made such a name That a pet of the south I soon became 1 wore white gloves and a bran new suit. At the bottom of my class at the institute So .they dropped all their issues and nomin ated me, And now I am the leader of the Democrasee. My political ignorance became so great That they took me up as a candidate: noufcln't I oV»~ So why call" jy the party1 Since 1 shall never have to think for myself at all? I know so little that they rewarded me By making me the leader of the Democrasee. Of civil life I know no more Than Tilden knows of military lore, So they abandoned him and his great "re form," And fled to me—"any port in a storm!" They abandoned all their leaders and begged of me To come and be the leader of the Democrasee, In the Union war I fought so well 1 That my name is greeted with "the rebel yell." Of a "man on horseback11 they had such a fear That they nominated me—which is rather queer. 'Twa« a right-about face to nominate me, And now 1 am the leader of the Democrasee. Now, Americans all, whocvef you may be, nrgive you a bit of stategee Never go to any but a military school, And be careful to be guided by this Democratic rule— Keep away from the polls and let politics be, And you all may be leaders of the Democra see. -Inier-Octnn. HANCOCK IN 1867. A Nasby Letter Thirteen Years Old, Now Republished. NEW OULEANS, Dec. 16,1807. To His Ei/gletmcy, A. Johnson, President of the Toonited Stales: I found New Orleans in a tremor of joy. The principal biziniz citizens is again about the streets clappin their hands and hollerin "Hallelujir. The or der of the great and good Hancock hez restored confidence in the bussums uv our friends and consternation in the breasts uv our enemies. Juries, thank God, are no more polluted with niggers onto 'em. They are now drawed from the old citi zens,.many uv which served under Bore gard in the late unpleasantness. Biziness therefore goes on without delay. Ez a sample of how much "biziness is facilitat ed, I may menshun that in one court there wuz 44 cases in which niggers wuz "ilaintiffs and 45 in which niggers wuz lefendants. The trvin uv all these cases okepied 3 hours and 19 minutes. The veruics in the 44 cases being invariably for the defeiidunts and in the 45 other cases lur the plaintiffs. Uv the time specified, 2 hours and 23 minutes wuz consumed by the niggers in payin' the costs. It is a singular thing how wrong the niggers alius IZ. In addishun to this bootp, the citizens uv Loosiana lied, I am happy to state, got back to theirliabis copuce's. Oineral Hancock, with a courage which I can't ieo' ere too highly commend, ashoored the j)le that BO long as lie had power they should never again be deprived uv em. In Texas affairs are going on as well ez cood be expected. The gineral's order fur holdin' elecshuns gives gen eral satisfacshun to our friends. The elecshuns are only to be held at county seats, which owin to the size uv the counties, will probably prevent a great many uv the niggers from attendiu Then where a judge uv elecshun can': sit, the civil authorities appoint another in hiB sted, insted of the military com mander, which our friends think will give us a majority on the elecshun boarde, and finally tliet which pertiker lerly binds Gen. Hancock to us iz that part uv hiz order which prohibits the military from bein' at the polls. It is "eggstremely probable that the Etlieop ean uv Amerikin desent will be perswaded not to vote at all. The ci tl zens uv Texas hev away uv perswading the niggers when they aint unconstitoo shunafly interfered with, that will, think, enshoor the triumph uv correct principles in that state. A native Texnti. a gentleman who is now in New Orleans purchasin cartridges fur 7-inch revolvers, to be used in reconstruct in the state, gave me sick informashun az preclooded the necessity uv my going personally to inspect. The land owners of Texas, with an ar dent desire to avoid distress in that state next winter, both fur themselves and the colored populashun, hev wisely determined that niggers shell work whether or no, and in sich away as to make their work profitable. They are going to form labor leagues, the object uv which is to extract from the nigger the labor that is layin dormant wit Kin him, at about twelve dollars per month. They have mootooally pledged themselves to pay no more than §12 per month fur able-bodied niggers durin the workin season, deductin the board and so forth for their families and, further, that no one will employ a nigger from another naburhood onl'ess he kin show jermishun from his last employer. They lev other, rools for the proper regulasli un uv this perverse people wich is liardly worth menshunin, but probably it would be as well. One is that if the wages uv a nigger is more than is eat up by the family ex penses the nigger shell work it out next season, and that the supplies upon which they live shell be furnished by the em ployer upon such terms as a committee employers in each districk shell agree. To prevent mismanagement uv the soil by these undeveloped inteleks, and to enshoor their acceptance of the lawB, it is also apart uv the league that no land be leased or sold to any one uv the Afrikan blood, and that ez much uv the wages ez the employer considers proper be retained in hiz hands. They accept the situashun and ack nowledge the bindin force uv emansipa sliun, but they must regulate labor them selves. It is tlio't that by livin faithfully to these regulashuns cheap cotton could be agin prodoosed in Texas. Ef this legislatur iz elected ez we hope it will be, this code will be made a law, and thank the Lord cmansipashun wont mean liotli in iu Texas cept a change uv name. I wood suggest that you, at wunst, take the last order uv Gen. Hancock and make it the subject nv a messige to coil' grigs. Detnle in full the general's talk here, and add to it ez only yoo kin. Tell congriss the general -is agoin to make the law tli6 rool uv lus oonduck, and that he proposes to uphold the corts and civil authorities, and will only yoos his military to these ends agin the niggers. Sling in here sutliin' to tlie effeck that Aniencan liberty twhieh in this country, is a pekoolyer variety of the article) is stiil an inheritance uv the white people,, and shall alius be. Tell em that when a soljer hez onlimited power in his hands, anil refooscs to yoos it for the purpoos of satisfym selfish ambishun, he presents hetty sample uv virtoo tinder diffikul ties. It wood be well *t thin |riot to ooinpare Hancock with Wiwkiugtoii, nuikin the difforenoe atweeu urn merely nominal. May that there may tw ofHoem in tUe army beoideu Hancock who imi tates Wttnliiugtou, but you 1 invent not eyca onto am ez yit. Amusrt that Hun- cock is the firxt officer iu command, Hence t|j« clone nv the late onpleaaant ness, wut hez given utteruux to Rich iten timence in liiH ordcre, and demand that oongrwA Hbell vote him a gold medil. I ncje»t that this be done to wiinnt, for reuoons which are oliviw. We desire Hancock to continue iu well Join, but ez thiit well doin in our lehnir mite lead to hiH nomination for presidency, it ia well enough to kill liim off in that direc sliun as noon uh he i«committed. Hence write. Don't let Hewnrd diloot it, or Randall polifox it. I'lit in my naked idees, clothed in yoor teree and vigru» languidge, and yoo will hev done a good thing. I repeated them to the leadin oflicers uv the "LoBt Cos Club," and the idee was rapcherously received. One member Hcjest it wazn't bent, ez reely the thing wuz too absurd, but he voted ay on the iroposishnn, compromizin with himself saying that ef it wuz receiven ez he 'pozed it wood be it wuz eazy noff to swear that his Eggslency wuz drunk when he wrote it wich woodent hurt him with his party at all. Another who is trooly a friend uvyoors objected on the score tnat such sittin up would give Hancock the nominashun, but he wuz laft to skorn. "Wat," said an old gray hedded member," "hez A. Johnso ever commended that he haint killed?" It wuz yoonanimoiisl.v reaolved that ou do it. In more heart tlian I have een for months, I subscribe myself, PBTKOLEUM V. NASBY, P. M. (Wich is Postmaster.) The yiomtrr Aii/ltlini/ttlr t/ir XitfHet'if. The following is an extract from si let ter written to the German Reformed Messenger, at Chambersburgh, Penn.: .-I MlvHvfuvtre.HH. Just open the door for her, and Mrs. Winslow will prove the American Flor ence Nightingale of the Nursery. Of this we are so sure, that we will teach our ',Susy" to say, "A blessing on Mrs. Winslow" for helping her to survive and escape the griping, colickiug, and teeth ing siege. Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup relieves the child from pain, and curt® dysenery and diarrhica. It softens the gums, reduces inflammation, cures wind colic, and carries the infant safely through the teething period. It per forms precisely what it professes to per form, every part of it—nothing less. We have never seen Mrs. Winslow—know her only through the preparation of her Soothing Syrup forChildren Teething." If we had the power we would make her, as she is, a physical saviour to the infant race. Sold by all druggists. 25 cents a bottle. Jiroini'M Ilfm Nf ti fit it 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 Relieve Pain, -whether chronic or acute, than any 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 Reliever 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. YANKTON Cigar Factory F. HIRSHSTEIN. PROPRIETOR, Manufacturer of Domestic and Havana Cigars Thirty-Five Different HIHIMIH. GIVE ME A CALL Before Purchasing: Elsewhere TRY AND PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY, and you will receive better satisfaction than from patronizing outside enterprises, My Success is Your Own. HOSHTEIIS 1^ STOMACH Fitter5 Apnetite, refreshing sleep, the acquisition of flesn and col nr. are blessings attendant upon the reparative processes which this priceless invigorant speedily initiates and carries to a successful conclusion. Digestion is restored and sustenance afforded to each life^sustnining organ by the Bitters, which is inoffensive even to the feminine palate, vegetable in composi tion. and thoroughly safe. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers gener ally. dcod-wlm. HOTELS. Germania House, Douglas Ave., near Third St., A N O N A O A WALLBAUM& BECKER, PMtOM'UIETOItS. This house is the headquarters for travelers anf* immigrant*. Good stabling. MEDICAL. 4S YeAirtt before the Public, THE CEWUIWE DR.C.McLANE'S LIVER PILLS are not recommended an a remedy Flour, 41 for all the ills that flesh ia heir to.M but Sn affection* of tlfe Liver, and In ail Bilious Complainta, Dygttepftta, and Sick Head ache, or (lipases of tliat character, they stand without a rival. ACUE AND FEVER. No tatter cathartic can be used pre* paratory to, or after takin^quinine. As a wimple purgative thev are unequaled. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. The genuiue ure never sugar-coated. Kacii box )ia-s a red-wux wal on the lid, with the impression, MeLANE'S LIVEH PfLL. Each wra]iiH»r hears the Higna tures of MOLANK ami FLKMINO BROS. uiMiu having the genuine DR. McLANK'S LIVER PILLS, pre pared by FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, PaM the market l)eing full of imitations of the name MeTA»ne.9 spelled differently I'M name pronunciation. BOWEL COMPLAINTS A SPEEDY AND EFFECTUAL CUKE. PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER Has stood the test of FOBTY YEABS' trial. 1 !'itictinax with. *ttch bottle. soi.it by ai.i. um iniiHTs.^si I'l.OUIl ASM FKKU. 1875 1880 Incorporated Jan'y 1,1875. Excelsior Miil Com'y D. T. BRAMBLE. WM. MLNElt. Prcfiideut. I Superintendent l1'. L. VAN TASSKL. Secretary. -MANUFACTUHKUS OF Corn Meal, Bran, Shorts And Dealers in all Kinds of Feed. ^S-CASH PAID FORCES WHEAT, CORN, OATS, &c f-'lowi* tfvliverctl in alt of f/ie cityfwv of vhuvy*'' Call ami MOV »#«. Ow /lorn* npeatiH for CAPITAL STREET, YANKTON, DAKOTA FEED. FEED STORE. S A S O N DEALEB IN Agricultural Implements, Flour, Graham Flour, Corn Meal, Ground Feed, Oats, Coru, Barley and Rye. 1 have in conneotion with my Feed Store a good PRKNCB BUER STOKE KIIX, and shall do any kind of custom work. With a capacity of 12S to 250 bushels per day I can fill any orders with satisfaction, and at very low rates. SAMPSON, DongUa Avenue, bet. 3d and 4th Street* YANKTON, DAKOTA. ICICSEUL M. H. JENKINSON, iV llMBtytanr at th» Celebrated Crystal ICE CREAM CONFECTIONER Bread anil Fancy Cake BAKEB. —Weddings and Parties— Supplied on Short Hotioe ... The Reputation of the Crystal ice Cream Achieved Last Season will lie Folly Sustained the Coming Summer. M. H. JENKINSON it" Third Street. Yankton. MEAT MARKET. FAMILY MARKET Broadway, Yankton. Dakota PATRICK BRENNAN WILL. SUPPLY Fresh Meats, Salt Meats, Fish and Game. —)tTO ORDKB+C— A Full Line of Vegetables in Season Always on hamd. RAILROADS. GoEastl VIA THE Chicago & Northw'rn RAILWAY. 2,380 MILES ROAD. It is the SHORT, SURE and SAFE route betweeir Council Hluflfc and Chicago, Milwaukee and all pomta East and North. New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Washington, Buffalo, PittfiburgS Cincinnati. Montreal. Tor onto. Detroit, Cleveland, ColtlmbuA. FCSFR""Greater facilities and more advantages than any other road in the West. t®Tlt is the ONLY ROAD between Council Bluffs and Chicago upon which is run Yulliuan Palace Cars. In addition to these and to please all clasaes of travelers, it gives first-class Meftls at its Eating Stations at 50 cents each. Its track is Steel I tail! Its Coaches are the finest! Its Equipment first class! Ita trains are all equipped with Air Brakes! Miller's Coup* ler s! 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 Quicky Pleasant and Comfortable. Pullman's Sleepers on all Klglit Trains! ®T"It is the People's Favorite route. If you wish the 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 usual baggage free of charge. £jOmaha Ticket Offices—1334 Farzuun street, corner 14th, and at Union-depot. Council Bluffs Ticket Oihces—Corner Broad way and Pearl street, C. & N.-IVy depot and Uuion Pacific Transfer depot. Ban Francisco Office—No. 2 Montgomery St For informationt foldere, maps, etc., not obtainable at Borne ticket office, address any Agent of the company, or W. H. 8TENNETT, General Passenger Agent. MAliVIN HDGHlTr, General Manager, Chicago, 111. Chicago, Milwaukee SAINT PAUI, RAILWAY. SIOUX CITY AND DAKOTA DIVISION. TntE TABLF—Taking effect Monday. April 5th, 1880, at 5 o'clock, A. X. STATIONS. PAS'ko'R NO. 1 3.45 4.09 4.28 4.42 4.57 5.00 p. m. ar've TRAINS MOV'.VG EAST A sotrre. PASS'KO'&No.a 2.00 p. m. leave1..SIOUX 2.25 CITY..'l0.30 a. xn. ar\, .... McCOOK...,.lO^fi e, ..JEFFERSON..I 9.51 DAVIS JUNC'N 9.49 ..ELK POINT.. ...BURBANK... .VERMILLION. ..MECKLING.. ...GAYVILLE... .JAME« RIVER. 9.28 9.03 met 5., 8.46 8.05 7.48 7.44 7.30 a. m. le've SHOPS ...YANKTON... CONNECTIONS. braska. At Yankton—With steamers for all points on the Missouri river, during the season of naviga tion, and with stages for all points in Northern Nebraska and Southern Dakota. At Elk Point—With stages for Ponca, Nebras ka, and Richland, Dakota. At Venmllion—With stages for Lodi, Riverside Turner, Bloozningd%le, Finlay ana Lincolu Center. At Canton—With Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul trains. Going East—1.40 p. m. 8.00 p. m. 2.35 a. m. Going West—4.30 a. m. 10.90p. m. At Sioux Falls—With Worthington and Sionx Falls trains. Arrive, 11.45 a. m. leave,1.4S p. ra. GEO. E. MERCHANT, Superintendent. W.C. VAN HORN. fgfisszr*"**'' General Managei. FLOWER SEEDS. A FRESH LOT —OF- James Tick's Flower Vegetable Seeds also Clover. Timothy, Bam* but« licis, Just received at KKFPS BROADWAY I)RH(j STORK, Also a good 8tock of Painta, Oils and Window Glass and Kalsomine Stock always on hand.