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S. S. MKIUtlLL,
(ini'l Mmin^
VY
1
llAII.IIIIMm AM» m»l(S.
The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway.
HauilU
only line running two express trains daily
twecu Sioux City and Chicago.
Through Timo Table in EffoctJan. 1st, 1880.
Superintendent. Ass't Oen'l Pass. Agt.
Missouri Valley, Iowa.
W. WELLS, General Agent. Sioux City.
Co East!
VIA
THE
Chicago & Northw'rn
RAILWAY.
2,3SO MILES ROAD.
It is the
SHORT, SURE
and
Worctlrr
D'W/Vfi,
^9SSBS^ W-A
mss.V^
Gukilu
EDARVRAPI
XulC.iY
'yrmutu
OMOMO
pound] 2ilufla OikuloonaAS:—at-ri
___\VvDav£^
Milwaukee, Baoine,
WI I
°"''J
OsMtosh,
J?
l"w 'un»t
SAFE
In addition to these and to plensc all classcs
of travelers, it gives first-class Meals at its
Eating Stations at 50 cents each.
Its track is Steel Rail! Its Coaches are the
finest! Its Equipment first class! Its trains arc
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 ,»uicU, Pleasant
and Comfortable.
Pullman's Sleepers on all Klgltt Trains!
£35T'It is the People's Favorite route. If you
wish the best traveling accommodations you
will buy your tickets by this routo and will take
none other.
S3Sf"All Ticket Agents can sell you through
Tickets via this road and check usual baggayc
free of charge.
Omaha Ticket Officcs—1324 Farnam street,
corner 14th, and at Union depot.
Council Bluffs Ticket Offices—Corner Broad
way and Pearl street, C. & N.-R'y depot and
Uuion Pacific Transfer depot.
San Francisco Office—No. 2 Montgomery St.
|3B^For information, folders, maps, etc., not
obtainable at Home ticket office, address any
Agent of tho company, or
W. ft. STENNETT,
General Passenger Agent.
MARVIN UUGIIirr,
General Manager, Chicago, 111.
Chicago, Milwaukee
SAINT PAUL RAILWAY.
SIOUX CITY AND DAKOTA DIVISION.
TIME TABLE—Taking effoet Monday, April 5th,
1880, at 5 o'clock,
A.
M.
TRAINS MOVI
WEST.
STATIONS.
PAS'NO'R NO.
1
2.00 p. m. leave
2.25
2.39*
2.41
3.03
8.28
8.45
4.00
4.211
4.42
4.57
5.00 p. m. ar'vo
..ELK POINT..
...RURUANK...
.VERMILLION.
..MECKLING..
...GAYYILLE...
.JAMES RIVER.
9.2$
9.0!! met 5
8.40
8.22
8.0!)
7.-18
7.2H
7.80a. m. lo'vc
SHOPS
...YANKTON...
CONNECTIONS.
At Mec.kling—With stage for St. James, N'b.,
and Swau Lake and Maxwell City, J)ak«»t«.
At Gayville—With stago for St. Ileleua, Ne
braska.
At Yankton—With Rtcamers for all point? on
the Missouri river, during the season of naviga
tion, and with stages for all points ia Northern
Nebraska and Southern Dakota.
At Elk Point—With stages for Ponca, Nebras
ka, and Richland, Dakota.
At Vermillion—With stapes for Lodi, Riverside
Turner, Uloominfcdalc, Fiulay and Lincoln
Center.
At Canton—With Chicago, Milwaukee and St.
Paul trains.
Goiug East—1.40 p. m. 3.00 p. in. 2.35 a. in.
Going West-^.W a. in. 10.30 p. m.
At Sioux Falls—With Worthington and Sioux
Falls trains.
Arrive, U.45 a. m. leave, 1.45 p. m.
GEO. E. MERCHANT.
Superintendent.
W.
C. VAN 1IORN.
General Sujterintendcnt
B, 8. MEIUUfcL,
1
W. C. VAN IIOIINE, A. V. II. CAIil'KNTKIt, J. ||. PACiK,
_FON I
•Sii|K.rin,i-nit»nt.
OEII'I
M*'' a,,UW T,,« KoA,"» OWNKW AMI)
Exriipss
Leave St. 1'aitl
Yankton
Sioux Pity
Arrive Missouri Valley...
Leave Chicago
St. Louis
Arrive Sioux City
Mm
,- „0*"«sv/ foiirii
Jl-rllii
Grilii
AY*|
STT^C
M.^inaDN.rftui-^
l£i||ua •^(Douri'i, l.'i
mlf ^Pui'luVvty.
atiland A111
ni'ii
-cMVSr RQPK iSLANl r^'/v/ A
Cn*ttn IhiTftni
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.
...
I'fs
PHESEN-T TEEMIB-AL POIUTS:
:NT oyim
i'
Book Island, Davenport, Oe&ar Baplds, St.
Paul, MinneapolU.—Ortonvme.Minn.—SiouxOitjr, la.—Sunning Water,
Hitohell, Flandreau, Sioux Falls and Yankton, B. T.
ITS ROAD-BED, |"^RSTRUCTURE and^ COMBINE ALL MODERN
AND
PERFECT IN EVERY PARTICULAR.
Sleeping and Parlor Car* under the direct
manaycincnt ami control of the Hallway Company.
QUICK TIME AND LOW RATES.
an.
I TL.-KET
Exi»ltE83
7:10 A. M.
2-.R0 P. Jl.
G:(J0
Chicago
Council IHufTs
St. Louis
Milwaukee
l)es Moines
»:40
7:S0
U:ir
8:2t
S:'J»)a. m.
IOI'JO
8:83
12:40 p. m.
CONNECTIONS.
1. At Council BlulTs, (U. P. Transfer) with
Union Pacific railroad for Omaha and all points
West-, with Kansas City. St. Joe A Council Bluffs
railroad for St. Louis 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
8. At Sioux City with the Sioux City & St.
Paul, Illinois Central and Sioux City and Da
kota, steamers for the Upper Missouri River,
during navigation, and with stages for all point*
in the Northwest.
4. At lllair with Omaha and Northern Nebras
ka railroad for Omaha & Southern Nebraska.
5. At Fremont, Nebraska, with Union Pacifio
railroad for all points West and the Pacific
coast.
tt. At Oakdalc with stages for O'Neil City and
all points in Northern Nebraska.
1*« Sure your Tl«-]«ts l-cad via Sioux Cltv
and I'acltlc ltailrond.
P. C. HILLS, P. K. ROBINSON.
Agent.
Ul'KHATKO
Sioux City & Pacific, Illinois Central R. R.
RAILROAD.
—-The Pioneer route from Sioux City to
Oil ICAGO, andall points East.
ointtt South.
all points in
ST. I.OU1S, and ull points South.
mnVAUKJGK, and
Wisconsin.
1K.S MOINKS, and all points in Southern
ana Eastern Iowa.
Southern
'LM AN PALACE
SLEEPING CARS between
Chicago.
1%
hW Speed, safety and comfort is unpurposed,
lorn line
IB
AM'tKgn'lIi1'IUI.A||tnw
Arent.
'igll IHI.
BV THE CHICAGO, MLLWAUKM
A Si.
Shortest Route to Chicago.
SIOUX CITY CHICAGO
Without change of Cars. Commen
cing Jtme
1, 1878.
A daijy express passenger train will leave
•..... *~.i .... arrival of
at 2.15
nOIRL AND Sioux City, Saturdays excepted, on ai
Missouri Valley aud train from Yankton. Ijeave Sioux City...
m. and arrive at Chicago at 8/20 p. m.
now equipped with the improved
Westinghonso Automatic Air Drakes, and is tho
l,e.
Sleeping cars run through from Sioux City
Chicago, fare. $2.r0on sleeping car.
imugu, miui Niuujiiiijj cur.
Passengers leaving Chicago, bound west, at
10 A. M.,
via the Illinois Central railroad, will
arrive at Sioux City the next day at
Chicago, Trallic Manager.
W. P. JOUNfciua,
General Passenger Agent, Chicago.
T. WlUtrliT,
Agnt, Sioux City
DAKOTA DIVISION.
WY0M1N(i~STAGE CO.
From Yiuikton
to Fort Sully,
And all intermediate points, including
Bou Homme,
Springfield,
route between
Council IHultfc and Chicago, Milu'uukco and
all points East and North.
New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Washington,
Buffalo, Pittsburg Cincinnati. Montreal, Tor
onto. Detroit, Clcvclaud, Columbus.
C^Greatcr facilities aud more advantages
than any other road in the West.
{3?~it is the ONLY ROAD between Council
Bluffs and Chicago upon which is run Pullman
l'ulace Curs.
Wlieeler,
Red Lake,
Ft. Thompson,
Fort Sully.
Comfortable Couchcx rmd Quick Time.
WM. KRAMER. S. P. GAMBLE,
Agent. Superintendent.
YANKTON & PARKER
DAILY STAGE.
Mail and Kxpross Line,
Tri-weekly to Sioux Falls.
The Shortcut, But and Chmpent Line to
SIOOX FALLS.
The mute lies over the finest section of South
em Dakota, and passes through the counties
of Yankton, Turner and Minnehaha,
touching at Marindnhl, Turkey
Creek, Clay Creek. Swsm Lake,
Howard and Wall Luke.
5TANKTON Ollicc at American Fx
presR OHico.
SIOUX FALLS Office at the Ontamet
Hoiisfe.
3IOORE& SU3INKH. Proprietoi's,
Dakota Central
STAGE LINE
Brinkerhoff & Jordan, Prop's.
The stages of this lino run from Yankton to
Utica, Lesterville, .Odessa, Scotland, Maxwell,
Olivcf. Whiterburp, Milltownv Martella Rock
id Firestcel in fifteen hours,
at four o'clock.
feav
iort, Roscdalo am
ving Yankton each morning at four o'clocl
i» return trip is made each day, leaving Fire
el at four o'clock a. m. and reaching Yunkton
The
steel at
at seven p. m.
PA88'NO'P.NO.2
.SIOUX CITY. .10.80 a. m. ar'..
.... McCOOK.....
10.05 e.
..JKKFKltSON.J 9.51
DAVIS .IUNO'.N: H.4SI
Horses changed every ten miles.
Passengers and
Express Goods Car
ried at Reasonable Kates.
Yankton oflice on Third Street, at BrinkerhofTs
barn, just west of the Merchants hotel.
fS^Mitchell ollice at J. O. WALRATH &>
CO'S. Livery stable.
An entirely New and positively effective
HroicJv for Oie »prei!y and permanent
ctirr of Seminal Emissions and Impotcnoy ly the only
true w»*. *t*.. Hire*! to U» princlp*! Seftl of ifie Die w*. TM
UM of die t*cnely l» atwndcd »0i no p*.n «t lticw»T«o»tirr. »n doM not
interfere with UieordiBttj j.uriukj of life. ThU mnU of Ir**ttjnnt hw
•loot the irtt lu Ttrj ttutt
***. mid ao» wrotwunoe-l »Uwm. Thet#
o« noiiMuae al«ut thk* preparation. l'r»o»»oa\ oWrt»iioii »u «o
txtfitiid* nitraM* thai t« P»rf*» Mtbfacil..n. l«
Jeded b, the Motlcal I'rofeMlo" **i»nal uwani JH diieor.
•r*d of r«aotiln« and curing thl« very pmalmt _Th» lUmKly la
..... ...... ,.»• orihnWMIM. I (lir'.iMI niwitli). 3 rv. I (aaflWtmt
KLS'l «V« l« ruX) JiS•No.trout.U.
I urn th.
BOH
l'r»»*ei'ii»tlon
Geueral Manage*
(Utf tnoMHi.
will ""'l* '**W
r*
INVALIDS
AHD 0THEB8 8EEKIHQ
HEALTH,
STRENGTH AND ENERGY,
WITHOUT THE USE OP DKU«S, AUK KE-
QUKSTKI) TO SEND TOK THE ELECTRIC
REVIEW, AN ILLUSTRATED JOUR
NAL, WHICH IH IM'LTMSHKI)
FOIl FREE DIHTRIIJUT10N.
IT
THKATH upoii HEALTH, IIYCHl'.NE, ninl riiv»i.
fi.il Culture, mid It. ru)-.,.!.'!.. ciirv*lot.rMlin of
information for invnliria tind who' xtitlor from
N«IVOUH, KxhiujHlhifi uitd I'ninfnl Kvi-ry
HUljji'Ct Hint In-nrH ti|niii licnllli nud htimnii liu]|i)iifHh,
rt'C«fU*4H iitloiitioii in Hit |»nj»*s: and 1 innny qucN*
tioiiH ANkcd by HUfli-rinc invnlidH, who lmvt diKpoired
of nctirw, nr«
HIIHWITI-ii,
Mid vHlnnblu information in
voluninerod |onl| tvlio sire in netd of inndiCAl ndvioo.
Tin*. Hiihjcct of KltTlric H»-Hm rct*wi Mfdicinw, and
the hundred find one (pientUm* of viliil iintortanvu
to Hiill'ciliig immunity, are'dtily coiifii'lerkd and «.*
plained.
YOUNC MEN
And others wlm tmfler from Nervotn and PhvNicnt Po»
bility. i.osfi of Mmily Vigor, Pi-cninturu K'xluitiAtiou
mid llm many gloomy conseqiienveM of early indincre
tiini,'«t«., aru eupcrimUy benefited by comtuUiiiK Us
(•onleiitN.
Tli« ELECTRIC REVIEW
OX|O«PB
IU'KS,
I'AI'L R'V CO.
11.30 A. M.
An accommodation train will leave Sioux City
daily, except Sundays
at 6 p. M., connecting with
through passenger train at Fort Dodge. Pas.
sengers leaving Chicago at 0.301\ M. arrive at
Sioux City at
O.-JTI A. M.
8:30 p.
111.
5 .(XI a. m.
8:15
ti::u
0:35 I
7:10
11:15
Trains going east connect at Chicago with all
trams for Detroit, Cleveland, Buffalo, Niagara
Falls, Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore*
Washington, Now York, Boston and all parts of
the east.
Connections are mado at Dubuque with trains
on tho Illinois Central main line, leavingDubu
que at U.lOu. in., arriving at Galesburg at 3.10
if in 1. in., Peoria, 5 p. in., Burlington at o.4U p. in.,
n.jup.m. Kock Island at O.aO p. 111., Quaicy atu.4.p.m.,
9:20
10:20
St. Louis at 7.30 a. in., aud Cairo at 4.10 a. m.
Connecting at Cairo with trains for Memphis.
Nashville, Vicksburg, Mobile, New Orleans ami
all parts of'thc south.
Sperma-
torhea, Impo-
,. tency, and all
vdincaseH that^
PflfA^'rPn^i .r follow, and as a
JjeiOrG 1^..... Hcouence of self Affcey Takinif
abuse, as loss of Memory, Uni-"®1
ds CO.
Jowspaper Advertising Bureau.
or
Ten Cents! One Hundred Page
:\impli!et with Lists of Newspapers
and Advertising Rates.
For Ten Dollars: Four lines Inserted
one
Yankton Agency,
Fort Randall.
Ft. Pierre and
Week in Three Hundred and
Fifty Newspapers.
10
Spruce st..
N. Y.
ST12AMKUS.
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
pnwage apply to C. 13. RICHARD «fc CO., Gen
eral Passenger Agents, 01 BROADWAY, NEW
YORK, or to their Agents.
WANTED.
ANinACTIVE,
INTELLIGENT, reliable man,
this aud other localities, to handle a re
cently patented article that sells readily to
travelers, merchants, dentists, barbers and
families. The right party with small capital
can secure a valuable agency worth $10 to ?25
day. Address
THE TAYLOR HEAD REST CO.,
julB-d&wlm 1W Lake St., Chicago, Ills.
MONEY FOR MORTGAGES
On Kcal Estate.
THE CORBIN BANKING CO.
115 lir»iuhvay. New York,
Purchase Mortgages well secured by llrst lien
upon Country Real Estate at the very best rates
d&w3m
Baltimore Female College
ri^HE only Female College in Maryland—was
chartered in IHIH. with tho power of con
ferring degrees, and liberally endowed by the
Stato in 1800. It has new buildings, ample
grounds, good apparatus, an able Faculty, and
all the appointments of a first-class institu
tion. Board and tuiton, $200. Misses under
twelve years $200. Catalogues at this office.
iti«».\
A
thai 1.-1
IN
HARRIS"VEMEDV
CO.
«ro
CHEMISTS.
Fi re. For the ppoedv Curo of St-m-
Itinl Wi'iiknfKM. LohH of MatibotMl. ami all 1tforiiern
bnmtrht on hv iiMiiKcretiou orexccua. Any
baHlhointrn'ilii'nls. Address
tVIDliON Oi CO., It) {ioaaan Hi., M. V.
N. C. BROOKS, L.D.D., President.
Book of the age.
Foundations of Success,
BUHINKSH
AND
SOCIAL FORMS.
The laws of trade, legal forms, how to trans
act business, valuable tables, social etiquette.
Parliamentary usiige. how to conduct public
business in fact it is a complete GUIDE TO
SUCCESS f«£ all classes. A family necessity.
Address for circulars and special terms,
ANCHOR PUBLISHING CO.,
ju22-d&w2m St. Louis, Missouri.
Anew and comptcte tit'ttlK TO WF.DMX'l^
conUinlnjc Chaptcra on A Competent Woman,
hood. Selection of wife, Evidence* of Virgin.
iiy. Temperament*, htrrilily, Advice to Uride*
frnoat. Il-J.»»l. Wf». l*n»M»«m»*. I«« r.l,l^-» M.uim*—
Unulmat patin, I'motiOMI, I'Mitwiunt. U** aad O.rl.Sip.
(!•«». (tri.Br* »t KnolarlM,
(I
aa« aMran^arf «M lh«
%xm
the nnmitigntcA
frnndri pructiced by i|tiuckH mid medical impostors who
profess to practice medicine," and points out the
only safe, Riinplo, and (-fluctivu road to He»llli, Vigor
mid Bodily Energy.
Kend your addroHH on postal card for a copy, a
tiformaiiun worth thouitatids will twgent-you.
AdiliehH, the ptiblin!iern,
PULVERMACHER GALVANIC CO..
OKAY'S SPKCIFIC MKDICINK.
fttADE
rhf9
TRADE MARK.
ICCIII-
I. 'd.v. An unfail
ing cure ft»r
Seminal Weak
.•*" *:v
Aaian€*
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.
WSfFull particulars in mir pamphlet, which
we desire to send free by mail to everyone,
.E^The Specific Medicine is sold by all drug
gists at $1 per package, or six packages for #5,
or will be sent free by mail on receipt of the
money by addressing THK GRAY MKDICINK
to. Merchants Block, Detroit. Mich.
{S^Sold in Yankton everywhere by druggista
New Advertisements.
Are sold by all Hardware and Ilarneos Dealers. Thero
is pa1
one
OWOIDK
a horse or mute but what will find in
.95 goods, something of great value, and es»
peclall£ adapted to their wants. COVERT M'FG CO
V*BT TROY.
N.
Sole Manufacturers.
$777*
10
Connections are made at Freeport with West*
em Union trains, leaving Freeport at 1.03 p. ni.,
and arriving at ltacine at &.4u, and Milwaukee
at 0.14 p. m.
tef-jiagtjuge Cheeked Through to all impoi.
taut, points.
Fur through tickets and information apply at
the Illinois Central depot.
Sraius run by Dubuque time, which is twenty
minutes faster thuu Sioux City.
JOSEPH F. TUCKER,
A YEAR and EXPENSES TO
AGENTS. Outfit free. Address
O. VICKERY. Augusta, Maine
A dvertisers! send for our Select List of
Local Newspapers. Geo. P. Rowcll & Co.,
Spruce street, New York.
EOWELL.
and Di«v
K.kjW
{.if.
•'MMU.ml, Law el M»rrlic
t»»»l Ki«kl.«r M.»*-l tl.-4~« rf W m». tK.1. and
It »IM a Private Medioal Adviser on dwa»e» i*.
fultinc from impure usual attoeiation*. and on »elf-»bu»e—tnt
•»-nt Vahll ...IK—It. riTWl Mt An litv, StfVtl, Cuiiiw. Ltm tt
Vi««. nr.. mI Baling «aJ
,afsaM« A bnk far awl —*J»i«l. narfiu iMt ai«H fca
vilbMt.
Mmifi.it.
^m *T nlwn. Il tmrtala*
••ritka) Mt la aaif «W a4 km «U0|*«w» *"»•.« IW PWt» W
1
•a4W-«4tMa. BmwM
a» |«. tnm BrPTTBC la
Mm
nntl ^Pahotainn
TANKTOM DAKOTA.
'rittirxday KvenitiK AiiKiwt A, 1880.
JOHNSON'S EXPERIENCES.
fa'tttp from the Cnr««tr of
foller.
Chicago Inter-Ocean.
A party by tlic name of Jolmson
walked into Mauliul Hildrup's
ollice ycuterduy, and lufkcd for
HOIDO
While Deputy Marshal Btilwell was
searching for the bundle Johnson enter
tained him with a few scraps of personal
experience. He mentioned one rather
remarkable circumstance. At the time
of his arrest he had in his possession
$100 counterfeit bills, and these were
used in evidence against him. llecently
it was discovered that one of the bills
was genuine, and it had been forwarded
to him from the treasury department
he had always supposed that bill to be a
bad one, and he was as much surprised
on learning of his mistake as he was on
receiving such testimony of official
honesty.
After Johnson's departure Stillwell
was telling the Btory to several gentle
men in the office when Captain Aall
spoke up.
"Why," said he, I discovered that bill
two years ago, and this is the first I have
heard of it since."
"How did you run across it?" asked
one of the party.
"I was sent to Boston about two yenrs
ago to arrange affairs in the United
States district attorney's office. In sort
ing over the papers I found among a lot of
indicements that against Johnson. There
were four or five $100 counterfeits at
tached, one of them a bank whose bills
had never to my knowledge been coun
terfeited. I investigated and found it to
be a genuine bank note, and accordingly
I sent it to Washington."
"Who is Johnson.
"A clever scoundrel," replied Captain
Hall. "He was arrested in Boston sev
eral years ago for counterfeiting, gave
bail and disappeared. When the day TO
his trial came, his counsel submitted to
the court a certificate from a physician
out west, setting forth that Johnson was
to ill to appear. The case was therefore
continued. The next time it was called
a certificate of his death was presented,
and accordingly the case was stricken
from the docket.
"Meanwhile, Johnson lmd been to
Pittsburg, and got accquainted with a
dry-goods merchant. The latter was not
doing a very prosperous business, and at
last tried to borrow money to maintain
his credit. Failing everywhere else, he
applied to Johnson, who loaned him a
$1,1)00 government bonds. On his note
secured by this bond, the merchant bor
rowed the sum he required. Shortly
thereafter Johnson found it necessary to
go west in a hurry, aud the merchant
scraped together 8300 and gave it to him
on account of the debt. When the note
came due the merchant was unable to
pay it, so the bank renewed it, and re
tained the bond as security. Eventually
the merchant went into bankruptcy, and
then it was discovered that the bond was
one of four which had been stolen from a
widow down east. At this timo .Tohuson
was supposed to be dead.
Iu the summer of 187G, Detective Tyr
rell met in this eity a man named Shaw,
who had married the widow of an alder
man. He recognized in Shaw the man
Johnson, arrested him, and took him to
Pittsburg. It was then that Johnson
left some of his property with Marshal
Campbell. The Pittsburg jury failed to
convict him, there being a lack of evi
dence as to the manner in which he got
possession of the stolen bond. He was
then taken to Boston, tried on the old
charge of counterfeiting, convicted, and
sent- to the penitentiary for four years.
He is just out, and I suppose that S100
bill helped him to come west."
Possibly Mr. Johnson may be heard of
again.
SANGUINE SPINK.
Lead City Enterprise.
Hon. S. L. Spink, of Yankton, is in
Deadwood to attend a meeting of the
democratic territorial central committee
to fix the time and place of holding the
democratic territorial convention to
nominate a candidate for congress. Ac
cording to the Deadwood papers of this
morning, Mr. Spink reports that the
democrats of the eastern aud southeast
ern sections of the territory are sanguine
of carrying the congressional election
this fall, and that they prefer that the
candidate shall be taken from northern
Dakota or the Black Hills, with a prefer
ence for the latter. Among those whom
he mentioned as being satisfactory are
Barney Caultied, Judge Murphy, Capt.
Maratta and H. S. Back. It tl'ie candi
date is to come from the Hills either
Cauliield or Murphy will do and in this
section will carry an overwhelming maj
ority.
CotJGHS.—"Jlrotcn's Bronchial Trochcs"
are used with advantage to alleviate
COUGHS,SORE THBOAT,HOARSENESS and
BRONCHIAL AFFECTIONS. For thirty
years these Troches have been in use,
with annually increasing favor. They
are not new and untried, but having
been tested by wide and constant use for
nearly an entire generation, they have
attained well-merited rank among the
few staple remedies of the age.
Mt hm\
iUmjitbilu
tkak tW} will Uara a»»«OI«a ifcwt »4«»ataf^ I
THE THROAT.—"Brown's Bronchial
Troche*" act directly on the organs of
the voice. They have an extraordinary
effect in all disorders of the Throat and
Larynx, restoring a healthy tone when
relaxed, either irom cold or over-exer
tion of the voice, and produce a clear
and distinct ennunciation. Tpcukcrs and
Singers find the Troches useful.
A COUGH, COLD, CATARRH or Sore
Throat requires immediate attention, as
neglect oftentimes results in some in
curable Lung Disease. "Broirn's Bron
chial Trachat" will almost invariably
give relief. Imitations are offered for
sale, many of which are injurious. The
genuine "Bronchial Troches" are sold
only in boxen.
Thirty Vfiii'i 1ftrjipWriiee of «n Old
XnrHo.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup is the
perscription of one of the best Female
Physicians and Nurses in tTie United
States, and has been used for thirty
years with never failing safety and suc
cess by millions of mothers aud children,
from the feeble infant of one week old to
the adult. It corrects acidity of the
stomach, relieves wind colic, regulates
the bowels, and gives rest, health and
comfort to mother and child. We be
lieve it is the Best and Surest Remedy
in the world, in all cases of Dysentery
and Diarrhoea' in children, whether it
arises from teething or from any other
cause. Full directions for using will ac
company each bottle. None genuine un
less the fac-simile of Curtis & Perkins is
on the outside wrapper.
Sold by all Medicine Dealers. 23 cents
a bottle.
PEMBINA SENSATION.
Bpe
1*1
Ui the St.
ar-
ticlcH which lie hud left in the care of
MitrBhnl Cninpbel Home four vitara ago.
Ho wn» Horror to lmve troubled tho oflice
so long with his property, but it had
been utterly impowtible for him to call
Hooner. Where had he been all this
time? Well, he had been doing the
Htate of Massachusetts Home service—in
fact, serving a four years' sentence for
counterfeiting.
I'.ul 1'iuwx.T1'REW.
Pembina, 1). T, July 27.—Fort Pembi
na, situated about one mile from Pembi
na, is the scene ot some considerable, ex
citement and one company of soldiers
are now under arms. The excitement
was eaiisctd by a report that a warrant
was about to be issued by United States
Court Commissisner Nelson for the ar
rest of Capt. Edward Collins, seventieth
infantry, U. H. A., on a complaint that
lie luiu furnished an armed guard of
United States soldiers to protect the
property ot private parties and prevent
the seizure of the same by an execution
in the hands of Sheriff Brown of I'embi
na county. When Capt. Collins got
wiml of the report he ordered
out Capt. Troxel of company K,
with his company to guard his approach
to the foi t, and to allow no one to enter
unless they declare their business or say
they were|not an officer armed with
a warrant to arrest Capt. Collins. The
whole matter is the outgrowth of a move
ment to establish a free ferry across the
lied river between St. Vincent and Pem
bina within the limits of a licensed ferry.
So great is the excitement at the fort
that admission was refused Collector
McMurtrie of the United States customs,
who desired to visit the post on official
business, unless he would declare the
nature of his errand. This he did not
deem proper to do, and fjp returned to
Pembina without gaining admission.
Collector McMurtrie will make a written
report to Gen. Teiry in accordance with
the facts.
Thn Voltaic ttvlt to.,
Mit-h.
MarHltnll,
Will scud their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to the alHicted upon 30
days' trial. Speedy cures guaranteed.
They mean what they say. Write to
them without delay.
ESTABLISHED, I860.
Ice Ice Ice
FRED SCHNAUBER'S
ICE DELIVERY
Will Deliver
IC
DAILY DURING THE SEASON OF 1880.
Leave Orders at E. Weber's Drug
Store, or at
F. SCHNAUBEli'S
Residence, Corner LINN & 2d Streets.
MISCELLANEOUS.
BROADWAY UHPOLSTERING
AND
Second Hand. Store
J. E. OILLESI'IE, Proprietor.
Second Hand Furniture bought and*^g
sold. Upholstering of aU kinds done to
order. Mattresses always on
hand. Old Mattresses
made over.
^"Cushions, Curtains, Lambrequins,
&c. &c.
made to order.
I also repairs
Cushions, &c.
iage and Buggy Tops.
SS^Ifmake Upholstering a specialty. All
work done in a workmanlike manner.
Store on east side of Broadway, between Sec
nd and Third, opposite Minnesota House.
jiOSIETEl^
*ITTERS
STOMACH
DEFENSIVE MEDICATION
Is a precaution which should never be neglect
ed wuen danger is present, and therefore a
course of the Bitters at this season is particu
larly desirable, especially for the feeble and
sickly. As a remedy for billiousnes6, dyspep
sia, nervousness and bowel complaints, there is
nothing comparable to this wholesome restora
tive. Cg^For sale by all Druggists and Dealers
gcuerally.
BAND INSTRUMENT CATALOGUE.
Our nttr catalogue of Baud
Instrument!}. Music, Sulla,
Caps, Kelts. Poucliuj-', I'otu
potu, Drum Majors' Staff..!
•ad Hats, F.paulutu, Cap.
Lamps, Stand*. an«l Out
fits contains £."» pari-* of
(•tforMrtfii'.i for uciririans.
MaUed free. A l.'.ros
I.YOS & lifc.U.Y, I .' St«c S... Chicago. Ul-
FURNITUUK.
J. R. SANBORN & SON,
Wholesale and Be
tail Dealer in
FURNITURE, MATTRESSES
Mirrors.
Upholstered Goods,
UNDERTAKER'S GOODS,
Uuion Block, ... Third St.
YANKTON, DAKOTA.
45 Yen
r» before the Public
are not recommended ae a remedy "for
all the His thai flesh is heir to." oat in
affection* of the Liver, and in all Bilious
Complaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Head
ache, or diseases of that character, they
stand without a rival.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box lias a red-wax seal on the lid,
with the impression, McLANE'S
Directions with each bottle.
^so/J /iv AMjIJ nuvaGISTS.
NVDICAt, CtOAK lUVmCTOtf.
DR.
C. HeLANE'S
LIVER PILLS
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used pre
paratory to, or after taking quinine. As
a simple purgative they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
LIVER
PILL. Each wrapper bears the signa
tures of C. MCLAKK and
FIEMIKO
BBOO.
^rlnsist upon having the genuine
DB. C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, pre
pared by
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh Fa.,
the market being fall of imitations of
the nameVeldM, spelled differently.
l«"t same pronunciation.
BOWEL COMPLAINTS
A SPEEDY AND EFFECTUAL CURE.
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER
Has stood the test of
FORTY YEARS'
trial.
1LOUK AND FEED.
1875 1880
Incorporated Jan'y 1,1875.
Excelsior Mill Com'y
D. T. BRAMBLE. I WM. MINER,
President. 1 Superintendent
F. L. VAN TASSEL. Secretary.
-MANUFACTURERS OF-
Flour,
Corn Meal,
Bran,'
Shorts
And Dealers in all Kinds of Feed
J^-CASH PAID FOR.®
WHEAT, CORN, OATS, &c
our delivered in aft parts of the
city free of eharffe» Calf ami
see iih. Our flour Mpeaks
for itnelf
CAPITAL STREET,
YANKTON, DAKOTA
WOOD AND COAL.
S. N. FOLYER,
-DEALER IN—
Wood and Coa
HARD AND SOFT WOOD.
Also Sawed and Uitsawed Wood
Ptnnsylvania, Jltinou and Iowa
Coat Alwayt on Hand. Ordtrs Promptly filled
Office First Door West of Poetofio*.
YANKTON
Ciqar Factory
F. HIRSHSTEIN
1
PROPRIETOR,
f'~
Manufacturer of Domestic and Havana
W
tmJ.
Cigars
Tklrty-Yftve Different Ilraikb.
GIVE ME A CALL
Before Purchasing Klisewhcre
HOME INDUSTRY,
and you will receive better «atistaction than
from patronising outside enterprises,
My Success is Your Owni
PAINTING.
SEMPLE & MONROE
House Painters.
Graining, Glazing and Kalaomining.
Paper Hanging a Specialty.
C9~A11 work GUARANTEED to give
satisfaction.
EVShop at OOATE8* stand, Broadway.^EJ
Orders left at Mills ft Pordy's and at E.
Coatea' will receive prompt attention
Anable & Kelley,
House, Sign, Carriage and Ornamental
Gilding, Glazing, Graining. Marbling,
Kalsomining, Oil Finishing, etc.
Sign Painting a Specialty.
•4W
TRY AHD PATBOHKZC -.
PAINTERS
Plain and Decorative
PAPER HANGING,
Our pnccs arc as reasonable aa can be fonnd
the city, and we torn out nothing but first
class work.
Shop on Cedar ȣ., bet. 2d and 3d.
YANKTON. DAKOTA
PROFESSIONAL.
DEWEY & FRENCH,
Attorneys and Counselors
AT LAW,
YANKTON DAKOTA.
OFFICE:
DEWEY S LAW BUILDING, THIRD ST.
Practice iu all the Court* and make a Special
tv of CoUecimi: and Securing
N E
Dealer
Drugs, Paints, Oils & Window Glass.
BROADWAY,
YANKTON,
DAKOTA.
DKY ROODS.
L. CONGLETON,
DEALER IN
GOODS
DRY
AN Dc-
Ladies' Furnishing Goods
DEWITTS LOCK. YANKTON.
JEWELRY.
J. P. REDAELLI,
Repairer and Dealer in
Watches, Clocks & JeweTry,
Third Street, opporite the Press and Dakota
lanomrtA.
EB-ALL WORK WARRANTED.
YAXKTOX. DAKOTA.
P. L. LINDHOLM,
Dealer in
All kinds of FURNITURE.
VICTOR SEWING MACHINES.

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