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Washing
singing LOSHOHR
Drawing lessons
Painting
Painting in Oil
Artificial Fruit and Wax Flowers
Lace Work
M1U.KH.
BLUE ARAS8,
-£^ca^.eancL3r
OK Till'.
Sacred Heart.
Yankton, Dakota Territory.
I & A 2 S S
Kver brought to the Territory. ScidenbergV
Key West a Specialty. Sole agents foi
Solilitz's Milwaukee Pieer.
lly the Keg or CaKe.
In fact everything usually kept in a iirst elas
'iqnor store.
We sire prepared to fill orders for any quanti
ty of Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Tobaccos, ami
guarantee satisfaction, and at prices lower than
ever before. I
Adler & Ohlman.
ItKUit.
The Celebrated Jos. Schlitz
MILWAUKEE
CN DBAUGHT AT
O W N S
Third St. Sample Rooms.
Brown having refitted the
MERCHANTS BILLIARD PARLOR
will also keep at that establishment
Joseph Schlitz's Milwaukee Beer
on draught.
Brown's facilities for keeping Beer COOL
and FRESH are unequalled, and he is at all
times prepared to
furnish this invigorating bev
erage at both of his establishments.
Gentlemanly 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 anil Billiard Parlor.
CELEBRATED
«^gppsr
vvra
This Academy is under the direction of the Sisters of Mercy.
The course of studies at this liiKtilutiun, bexiae the UKUIII branches of a good and useful
ednea-tiou, embrace Music, Drawing Painting, l'Jtiitt and Fancy Needle Work, Wax Fruit, and
Flowers, etc.
Tho nessionK commence tlio first week in September and tin tirst week in February.
ji«h boarder will come provided with table Napkins. Knife and Fork, Silver Spoon, Goblet.
and'Work Basket and have her clothing all marked in full.
The religious principle** of non-Catholic pupils are not interfered with.
All pymeiits to be made in advance.
,, SESSION—Board and Tuition, includingVocul Music class, Needle work and
lied and Bedding
fi3?"Dny School opens the first week in Sftptombcr iilso.,JO
WINKS ANI LIQVOKS. CIO AH MANUFACTORY.
-THE-
Oldest Liquor House
IN TUB NORTnWKST.
Adler & Ohlman
WHOLESALE
Liquor Dealers F. HIRSHSTEIN,
YANKTON, DAKOTA.
Keep constantly on band the following brands
of liquors:
Mi-Hrnyer's, Taylor's, Slinwlinii, Antler
smi County, Monock and Castle Uock
KENTUCKY WHISKIES!
Also, Our Favorite
GOLD SPRING,
BOYD, Ac..
Which we are selling at very low priccs.
a full stock of
iported Wines & Liquors.
The Largest Stot^k of
Though Shaking Liko an Aspon Ilea!
With the chills and fever, the victim of malaria
may still recover by usinir this celebrated s)c
ciuc, which not only breaks up the inoHt aggra
viited attacks, but prevents their recurrence. It
is infinitely prefcranle to quinine, not only br
caiiHe itdoes the business far more thoroughly, T/*RTVV IWTUT MRWR
bJ iill n?iieidKtM iild
n«»ss and invigorating attion up«
»«cm. gSTFnr sale
Oealc rs generally.
WANTED!
and you will receive better satisfaction than
from patronizing outside enterprises,
I My Success is Your Own.
NewYorkSun
FOR THE CAMPAIGN.
THE Wkkki.Y SUN will be found a useful
auxiliary by all who are earnestly working for
the reform of the National Government. Be
lieving that the evils which have so long beset
the country can be cured only by a change of
the party in power. THE SUN earnestly supports
for President and Vice-President, HANCOCK and
KNOLJSH.
lu order that all those who sympathize with
our purpose may most efficiently co-operate
with us, we will send THE WEEKLY SUN to clubs,
or single subscribers, post. paid, for twenty
five cents for the next three months.
Address, THE SUN, New York City.
BAND INSTRUMENT CATALOGUE,
Our nfir I'.niiil
Instrument:*. Muic, .Suits,
Caps, Rrlt, I'-.tidn-c, [Vit .
poua. Drum }tuj.rji' Mat.
Mill Slut, F|:ui!-K. Cup
I.IUC|I«, ^tn
lit* iral'i
fr
A now and compiele TO \VM)U)('K,
containing Chapipri on A Comr'nent Woman,
hood. Selection of wife. Kvi«!rtifc» of Virgin*
ity. Temperament*, bu-rtlitv, Advice Uridd*
rwm. Il«^*nd, Wifk. IHrvtitx'lnn, h« A JUlfirrwi*
I'litjUu'il Ciwiliufl, Cvkflwibfiit. L"'f «nd Ci.nri.K'is tmi«0tiu.tiU u. U.i
I.rw* nf R»|n»1urt|„B. flojU Lif. Mairisf. 4tl O 'vir*,
L...I M.fVii. «r Worn,,. 1*-.^. ,4 «'Win.lU.r miri ratr. Mr.
it is ai»o a Private Medical Adviser nn «iitea»r» re
•ultinc from impure texual »«ociatioit«. and nn »rlf-al»i*e—the
wiiW h.hl •4*mlh-*nd tU «n««l nn lift, rtating at
vill^xil. l(M» dA.[ nf I crM«M
tB»rbtW Ungt ujmVii
Irak, uid t.M OM |.|n, witUot.i Iw n.u Cb(I»mu«
•BdWndr«U. SWIIMU ft« »l.
/Of. llutUIimUm«JI (•i*Hii»rr.ilHftiia arPTCnEInhim lUlt mhih\
I n4 fcddiM, aM •«.•••• tk\ oitl Ihk 1
Vl«toMt*T«a. XIUim,
M. IUTTS' QISPIHSaRT. Ho. 12 1C. 8th St., St. UnU. Mo.
IMPORTANT TO AGENTS.
THE LIFE OF
GENERAL JAMES A. GARFIELD
By bis personal friend. MAJOR BUNDY,
Kditor AT, Y.-ifaiUw the ONLY EDITION to
which Gen. Garfield has given personal atten
tion or facte. Beautifully illustrated, printed
nnd bound. Full length steel portrait by Hall,
from a pictnre taken expressly for this work.
ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED. Liberal terms,
Send $1*00 at once for complete outfit. A. S.
BARNES & CO,, 111 and 113 Williams St., N. Y.
A GENTS WANTED FOR ths fastest selling
Book of the age.
Foundations of Success,
BUSINESS AND SOCIAL FOIIMS.
Tho laws of trade, legal forms, how to trans
act business, valuable tables, social etiquette.
Parliamentary usage, how to conduct public
business in fact it is a complete GUIDE TO
SUCCESS for all classes. A family necessity.
Address for circulars and special terms,
ANCHOR PUBLISHING CO.,
ju22-d&w2m St. Louis, Missouri.
MONEY FOR MORTGAGES
On Real Estate.
THE CORBIN BANKING CO.
115 Hroad\viiy, New Tork,
-1 Purchaso Mortgages well secured by first, lien
upon Country Real Estate at the very best rates
difcwlhn
WANTED.
cpntl5'
patented artule that sells readily to
all liruuMsts nnd merchants, dentists, barliers and
ml. A I MI. A MB —. k.!
.L 1, ...
cently
traveli..,
families. Tho right party with small capital
can secure a valuable agency tcortA $10 to
MtfAt. AtlCITTB'**rrwb«rf CamII Tm« dfff. Address
Sak.^c I'owdftr, tt- 1 THE TAYLOR IIEAD REST CO..
I luia^A-lm IU I«ko Bt., Ouomo.
Ill-
v^gy
\-:\yrsv% Si'^?vw? %Si®iW
MliDK'AK.
PULL
10.(M)
liuio
jr IKI
YANKTON
Cigar Factory
PROPRIETOR,
Manufacturer of Domestic nud Havana
Cigars
Thirly-Flvo Ditto rent Crand*.
GIVE ME A CALL
Alsi
Hefore Purchasing: Klscwhcrc
THY AND PATRONIZE
HOME INDUSTRY,
3K
LAXATIVE
UNLIKE PILLS
Anil lh« unuiil Purgatives, is pleasant to lake,
aii'l will rjftvu nt oiicir tho mont nud lutrmU-M
M.vat4»n Iteimvnlor J«M»nM»r (ml lin« rot
ln»»-n hion^lit t«i public I'«r
(Inn. HIMonuiru, llmliielie. l'llM.
ituwlsr* nrunn/ from UH uhttrurtf.d btatc oj the »ywmt
It innoiitpiirtihly thu tett curative utant. Arwl lio*
itfttioiH liiHiot mi t/fltlnc tho nrti''l^ cntlfd for.
TH»PI£-FBUIT I.AXATIVE la put up in
•irnfui-d tin (mien only. Price Wl cent*. A»k your
D«Bcrlptivt» PamplilHt, or tuidress the pro-
1
(j,
V...V/.V///.V//////////.V.V.V.V.V.V .Vim
J. K. HBTHKKINUTON,
1riitfsi»t for
|rlxiui
3fi
Park l'l»ri.tlN'W Wk.
BErORE PURCHASINQ ANY fORM OF So-C»lLCD
ELECTRIC BELT,
H'itt'i. or ApriliaiU!(f
rf/irewntefioctroN^Eil'^,.#,,»
ini'l niii'ciiil DisonsfH, BHIIII to tln» IMJLVERMACilhR
GALVANIC CO., N«w York, N. Y„ Clnr.innnti, O., or
tiaii FrniiciHoo.
CAI.»
for tln-ir Frrc Parnjilili't nna
•'Tin* Kloptrin H'-vicw," and V«»it will «av* tmr, hriUlH
and niiinri,. Til.- I'.ii.n. -ir.-Ml.*-l-iIrM in t'fir
UllH- Kl.-i'll M* -I i.- A '•..lilllu'li.
GRAY'S SPKCU'IC MKIilC'INK.
•'KADE Mft'?.-: The f* i*c a tT ft A DENMARK#
/^Cv Item
«'dy. An nufaU
in^ cure for
,* Nominal Weak
yS\( ~S ne8H, H]M?rimu
torhea, Jmpo
tfiicy, and nil
diH« aKC8 that,
l..- follow, and a* a
Jfelore
Kpnuenccof
J5.0U
10.(JO
self AftG? Takino-
abuftc, an IORB «»f Memory. Uni.AIWr
n-jHo»-«»iniMit
a| teen!
II 13. I'
Aajsmg'
vf»r«al LaKsi^tude. I'ain in tho Hack, l)imnrsn of
ViKion, Preniatire old Age, and many other dis
eaKCB that lend to Insanity or Consumption and
then a Premature Grave.
J3~KulJ particular)? in our pamphlet, which
we desire to wild free by mail to cvervom*.
.fcSyThc Specific .Medicine is w»ld byulj drutj
gihtK at *1 per packa^o. or six packn^s for ^5,
or will be Kent free hyjuail on rocoipt of the
money by addressing '1*11 ,M CDKIM
CO. Merchanrs Block. Detroit. Mien.
t^*Sold in Vankron evorvu h« r»- by druggihtR
New Advertisements.
I ADIES AND STOHE-KEEPERS
you
C}in
jf,.t Choico Goods cheap, by
writing on a PoHtal for our l'rieu List-, which
enables /J-oii to ordor by mail the best way.
and nee the many kinds of MerehandiKo we
keep for sale at hiirpriKingly low priecn. We
send samples of Hamburg**. Laces, llibbons,
Fringes, etr., if requeKted. We seli wholesale
and retail for Cash down. A now combination
HVHtem enables us to (jnote very close prices.
We have $1, £2 and JS5 packages of notions
which cannot be bought for twice the money
elsewhere, ail wanted in every family. Money
returned if not satisfactory. Houghton &
Dutton, 55 Ti*emont Jit Boston, Mass.
LOUIS LAW SCHOOL,
.aw of Was'njiirion ii!vrr*ity. F^ir.
,'t-nth Aut.ual Term c'xmnri.ces Wt-dne&Jhy, (jul/er
3, ItiO. I r»sir*e of »tu«!y two Aimuil Ttrnu, icvea
inuittlii each. Studci a'liiniieJ to c!t»t on ex
»tmiutiiii. Tuition, fK)rPr'f,n,» A
I1KNUV IlITt IICOIK, Oraii or I acuity. Si. I.JUII.
(t\777 A YKAlt and KXPKNSKS TO
in A(JKNTS. thittitfree. Attdn'ss
P. (J. VH.'Kl liV. Augusta. Maine
Nowspapor Advertising Bureau. 10 Spruce
Street. New Yor!:.
•WANTED-SAIiESME-N TO TAKE
Ol'Ni'itAL STATJ-: AGKXCIKS. .Salary
and expenses paid. References reouireti.
TRi UMPIl AI'F'G CO., 114 Monroe
St.. Chicago.
Newspaper Advertising Bureau. 10 Spruce
Street, Now York.
Q-3BO. E»-
ISOWELL
dc CO.
".vspaper Advertising Bureau.
Ten Cents! One Hundred Page
...nphlet with Lists of Newspapers
:r.d Advertising Rates.
For Ten Dollars: Four lines Inserted
one Week in Three Hundred and
Fifty Newspapers.
10
Spruce st..
IM. Y.
STEAM KISS.
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. RICHARD & CO., Gen
eral Passenger Agents, 61 BROADWAY, NEW
YORK, or to their Agents.
Baltimore Female College
'TMIEonly Female College in Maryland—was
chartered 1&I9. with the power of ron
ferrmg ilegrees, nnd liberally endowed bv the
State in ltitU). It has new buildings, ample
grounds, gooil apparatus, nn able Faculty, and
all the appointments of a first-class institu
tion, Board and tuitou, $2t0. Misses under
twelve years $310. Catalogues at this otliee.
N. C. BROOKS. L.D.D., President,
^1^HE great- kin Remedy CARBOLISALVE
has no eipiul, having perfectly eradicated
disease, and cured where all other remedies
have failed. It speedily cures Ulcerations
benly Eruptions. Itching and Iritation* of th
skin and Scalp, and is a positive cure for Pile*
either itching or bleeding. Fever sores. Indol
ent ulcers. Erysipelas. Scrofulous sores. Scald
liead, Ringworm. Sore breasts. Swollen (Hands.
Inflamed Sore Eyes, Poisons, Boils. Chafe*,
Bites of Poisonous Insects,Catarrhal affections
A valuable veterinary specific for Scratches.
Wounds, Sores, (bills. Speed Cracks, it is a
sure cure for poisoning from Poison hemlock
and other vegetable poisons. When applied to
scalds, bums nud cuts it atlords immediate
relief, and heal without leaving a scar. It will
never ferment or become rancid on any sore or
in any cliuiate, and is highly recommended and
extensively used by surgeon* as a dressing for
flesh wounds and after surgical operations.
Caution.The wrnpicr on every box nf CAR
BOL1SALVE is black aud the letters green and
the name is pressed in the cover of each box
CAKItOI,l$OAl
Is uneqnnled for Toilet, Bath and Nurservpur
poses. It is soothing, cleansing and refreshing,
and is sujierior to any other soap in the world
for healing aud smoothing rough and diseased
surfaces of the skin and scalp, for cleansing
ulcers and old sores, for allaying the irritation
of sunburn, prickly heat, chain, chafes, and
cut-aueous diseases generally. Jt will be found
particularly valuable in localities where the
water is impregnated with nlkaii or mineral
substanccs.
Prepared only by J. W. COLE A CO.. Black
River rails, Wisconsin.
Sold in YaukUm by MILLS&PURDY. whole
sale and retail druggists.
if
:^sSsS#i
gntty gtc&s mut gtokotafan
TUESDAY EVE., Br:IT. 7, 1XWI.
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PLATFORM.
Tlx- republican party ill tiatioual convention
ul the emi of twenty years since the
government was committed to it*
charge, submit* to the |»-ofilc of the United
Stales thin brief rejw»rt of its administration.
suppressed a relxjllion which had anneti
m-iwiy a milium of men subvert the nutional
iiuthoiiiy. it reconstructed the union of the
states with ficcdom instead of slavery UH its
corner »ioue. It transformed fwiir millions of
nuu.nn beings from the likeness oi things to
iln r:iiik ot citizens. It relieved congn-ss from
hi iol.iMioiis Wfik of huiiling down fugitive
(•.I.VO, and charged it to hw: that slavery does
not( Xist. Jt has raised the value o£ our paper
eiinciicy ir4iu ta per cent, to tho par gold, it
has restore*! U|HII a solid basis payment in coin
for• nil tin* national obligations, and ha* given
us a eurrciM absolutely {.'oi il and et^uai in ev
ery part oi our exU:ii(ted country. It has lifted
tii** credit ol Uie tialititi UOMI )*oinl wheie ti
p'*r cent. boiii!» soni at b'» to thai when 1 |m.*I
'•ent. bonds IC trayeriy aought at j'tx-miuin.
Under its admiun^tratioii railways have increas
ed trout .il,(Hyuii( in is^i to rnoiu than Ki.0Ui»
in IK^.». (fur io«eign trade has increased from
¥intj,«jik),i.ui to
l,ir»0,iiAJ.*,0
f-v ""iTT-J I -,»,* i-,wlWuvAi~. rfRW»»
in the same time,
and our exports, winch were .yJD.UiD.iMi ]esr
than oui imports in iKtio, were ^^4,uun,iiuu more
than our imports in ir7'.'. Without reMirting to
loans, it has, since the war cloM.*d, defrayed the
ordinary ex])eiistis of government besides the
accruing interest of the public debt, and has
disbun-fd annually more than for
pensions, it has paid £v£,(jju,UiKJ of the public
debt, and by refunding the balunce at lower
rates has reduced the annual interest charge
from nearly s]rl,u)(M*XJ to less than fh9,sjuu,U*.
All the industries of the country have revived
labor is in demand, wages have increased, ami
throughout the entire country there is evidence
of a coming prosperity greater than we have
over enjoyed. Upon this record the republican
paity asks for the continued confidence and
support of the people, and this convention sub
mits for their approval the following statement
of tho principles ami purjjoses which will con
tinue to guide and inspire its elforts:
J. Weaihrm that the work of the last twenty
one years has been such as to commend itself to
the lavorof the nation, and tiiat the fruits of
the costly victories which we have achieved
through immense difficulties
should be preserv
ed that the peace regained should be cherish
ed that the dissevered union now happily
restored should be perpetuated, and that the
liberties secured this generation should be
transmitted undiminished to future genera,
tions that the order established and tile credit
acquired should never be impaired that the
pensions promised should be paid that the
debt so much reduced should be extinguished
by the full payment of every
dollar thereof that
the reviving industries should be further pro
moted. and that the commerce already so great
should he steadily encouraged.
2. The constitution of the United States is a
supreme law and not a mere contract out of
confederate states it made a sovereign nation
some powers are denied to the nation while
others are denied to the states, but the bounda
ry between the powers delegated and those
reserved is to be determined by the national
and not the state tribunals.
'A. The work of popular education is one left
to the care of the several states, but it is the
duty of the national government to aid that
work to the extent of its constitutional ability.
The intelligence of the nation is but the aggre
gate of the intelligence in the several states
and the destiny of the nation must bo guided,
not by the genius of any one state, but by the
genius of all.
4. The constitution wisely forbids congress
to make any law respecting an establishment of
religion, but it is idle to hope that the nation
can be protected against the iufiuence of sec-
1875
Tho I 'nitilit' Itvlt JlarHhitll,
Mir It.
Will MMUI tlu-ir ivlobrnted Electro-1
Volt.-iir Holts to the nlllioteil upon 80
Jays' trial, hspeody euros guaranteed.
Tlioy 1110:111 what tlioy say. Write to
tlu-in without delay.
Oeririania
near Third St..
VANIiTON, DAKOTA.
WALLBAUIV3 & BECKER.
PKOJ'/ffK/fJ 'S,
This h:»nso is the headquarters for tiavelers MK
inimigrants, (rood stabling.
Riverside Hotel
Illuming "Water, Dakota.I
First Class Accommodation :.
SJl'h' UKL'JiT, l'u
Time Books
poit WEEK OK MONTH, for ulc at tiie Prw I
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and Dakotaian oounting itiom,

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48 Yar
the fore the Public
THE GENUINE
DR.C.McLANES
LIVER PILLS
ar.-r not recommended aa rcniedv "foi
all tin* H1H that llesh i» heir to." but iu
aflectioim of the Liver, and in all Bilious
Complaint*, Dyspepxia, and Kick Head
ache, or diseases oi thai character, they
stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used pre
paratory to, or after taking quinine. Ah
aminplc purgative/they are une«jualel.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine ure never sugur-eoated.
Each box'han a red-wax seal on the lid,
with the impression, McLANE'H LIVER
1'ILL. Each wrapper bears the jrfgua
turcH of ('. MCLAKKUWI FJ.KMIN«J Hunt*.
®8f*"in?dst upon having the genuine
I)n. C. McLANK'S LlYElt HLLB, pre
pared by
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, 1'a.,
the market being full of imitations of
the name spelled differently
same pronunciation.
U0WEL COMPLAINTS
A SPEEDS AND EFFECTUAL CURE.
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER
Has stood the test of FORTY YEARS1 trial.
fiit'C'ions ibi'h tnch botfl*,
~sor.t nv all DUVGUtsTs.^&i
FLOUR AND FKKI).
•MANUFACTURERS OF-
'lour,
Corn Meal,
Bran,
^i?Tct^€vv
A*l.».-1-\Hf *e
HtnsftLuri}
1880
Incorporated ian'y 1,1875.
Excelsior Mill Com'y
1
tarianism while each state is exposed to its
domination. We therefore recommend that
the constitution be so amended as to lay the
same prohibition upon the legislature of each
state, and also to forbid the appropriation of
public funds to the support of sectarian
schools.
a. We reaffirm the belief avowed in ls7t, that
the duties levied for the purpose «f revenue
should so discriminate as to favor American
labor that no further grant of the public
domain should be made to any railway or other
corporation that slavery, having perished in
tiie stales, its twin barbarity—polygamy—must
die in the territories that everywhere the pro
tection accorded to a citizen of American birth
must be secured to citizens by American adop
tion. That we esteem it the duty of congress
to develop and improve our water courses and
harbors, nut insist that further subsidies to
private corporations must cease that the obli
gations of the republic to the men who pre
served its integrity in the hour of battle are
undiminished by the lapse of fifteen years since
their final victory. Their perpetual honor iB.
and shall forever be, the grateful privilege and
sacred duty of the American people we wel
come to the benefits and privileges of our free
institutions all who seek their enjoyment and
are willing to assume the obligations while they
participate in the benefits of American citizen
ship. The intlux to our shores of h. rdes of
people wiio are unwilling to perform the duties
of the citizeu, or t-o recognize the binding force
of our lfcwsnnd customs, is not to be encourag
ed and believing that respectful attention
should ^e paid to evils complained of by our
brethren on the Pacific coast, we urge the re
newed attention of congress to this iin]»ortant
question, and suggest such changes in our ex
isting treaty obligations as will remedy these
evils.
ti. That the purity and patriotism which
characterized the earlier career of Rulherfo
15. Ilayos iu peace and war. aud which guided
the thoughts of our immediate predecessor to
him tor a presidential candidate nave continued
lo inspire him in his career, as chief executive,
aud that history will accord to his administra.
tion the honors which are due to an efficient,
just and courteous fulfillment of the public
business, nud will honor his interjHisitions be
tween the people and pro]oscd partisan laws.
7. We charge upon the democratic party the
habitual sacrifice of patriotism and justice to a
supreme aud insatible lust of office and patron
age. That to obtain possession of the national
ami state governments and the control of place
ami position, they have obstructed all efforts to
promote the purity, and to conserve the freedom
of suffrage have devised fraudulent certifica
tions aui returns have labored to unseat law.
fully-elected members of congress to secure at
all hazards the vote of a majority of the states
in the house of representatives have endeavor
ed to occupy by force and fraud the places of
trust given to others by the people of Maine,
aud rescued by the courage in action of Maine's
patriotic sons have by methods vicious in
priuciple and tyranical iu practice, attempted
partisan legislation to appropriation bills.upon
whose passage the very movements of govern
ment deiH-uds have advocated the principle
ami sought the favor of rebellion against the
nation, aud have endeavored to obliterate the
sacred memories of the war. and to overcome
its inestimably good results—freedom ami indi
vidual equality and we affirm it to be the duty
ami the purpose of the republican imrty to use
all legitimate means to restore all the suites of
this union to the most perfect harmony which
may be practicable and we submit to the prac
tical, sensible people of the United States to
say whether it would not be disastrous to the
dearest interests of our country at this time, to
surrt-nder the administration of the national
government to a party which seeks to overthrow
the existing indicy under which we arc so pros
perous. and thus bring distrust and confusion
where there is now order, confidence and hope.
s. The republican jmrtv. adhering to the I
principles affirmed by its last national conven
tion. of respect, for the constitutional rules
•verning appointments to office, adopts the
declaration of President Have that the reform
of the civil service should be thorough, radical
ami complete. To this emi, it demands the
operation of the legislative with the executive I
departments of the government, nnd that con
gress shall so legislate that fitness. ascertained
by proper practical tests, shall admit to the
public service.
T. BRAMBLE. I WM. MINER,
Prcsideut. I Superintendent
F. L. VAN TASSEL, Secretary.
Short,
rd Dealers In all Kinds of Feed
ENCASH PAID FOR^SJ
WHEAT, CORN, OATS, &c
Flour delivered In all parts of the
city free of charge. Call nnd
see «i«. Our flour speaks
for itself
CAPITAL STREET,
YANKTON, DAKOTA
ESTABLISHED, ISM.
Ice
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FRED SCHNAUBER'S
CE DELIVLt
1
Will Deliver
I E
A1LY DDIUNO THE SEASON OF l«SO.
I.ouve OrdersatE. Weber's Oriijj
Store, or at
F. SCHNAUBER'S
Beudenoe. Ooroer LQUi It ii Street*.
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The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway.
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RISC.
AUSTl
lOUX CITY
rjiihlu
Crentvu
S. S. MERRILL,
Omi'I M»n*r*t.
Chicago, Milwaukee
SAINT PAUL RAILWAY.
SIOUX CITY AJJ1) DAKOTA DIVISION.
TIME TABLE—Taking effect Sunday, August
£2d, 1880, at 12:30 o'clock, a. m.
PAH*yo*n No. 1
V. /-jE'
jfWOfvll*
Orutta June.
Grimtunni
JUU1& Council jsluffi Otk£l
THE GREAT CONNECTING LINE
Between the principal town* and cities of Northern Illinois, Wis
consin, Iowa, Minnesota, the territory of Dakota
and the New Northwest.
ITS I»E,B!SE3Srr T2BJII1TAL POIKTS:
Chieago, Milwaukee, Baeine, Oifckoafc, Bock Island,-Bavenport, Cedar Sapi&s, St.
Paul, MinneapollB.-^rtonTiUe, Xinn.-Sionx City, I&.-Bunning Water,
Hitchell, Flaaireau, Sioux Pall* asi Tankton, S. S.
ITS ROAO-BEO, SUPtWSTWUCTURK and CQUIPMENTS COMBINE ALL MODKRN
IMPROVEMENTS, AND ARE PERFECT IN EVERY PARTICULAR.
Z7ic only Une running Its own elegant Sleeping ant Parlor Cart under the direct
management and control of the JZaUtcay Company,
I I E A N O W A E S
TRAINS MOV'NG
EAST & BOCTH.
STATIONS.
PASB'NG'BNO^
••4.40p. m.ar've ...YANKTON... 8.50a. m.leave
*.85 SHOPS 8.55
4.3) JAMES RIVER. 9.10
4.m 0AYVILLE... 9.20 meet 3
JU3 MECKL1NG.. 9.47
3.18 .VERMILLION. 10.12
A.(JO !...BURBANK... 10.30 pass 4 ....
2.35 ELK POINT.. 10.55
2.10 JEFFERSON.. 11.20
1.55 McCOOK.... 11.35
1.30 p. m.
leave ..SIOUX CITY..12.00noon arr'e
CONNECTIONS.
At Meckling—With stage for St. James, Neb.,
and Swan Lake and Maxwell City, Dakota.
At Gayril
1
e—With stage for St. Helena, Ne
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.
Go Easti
VIA THE——
Chicago & Northw'rn
RAILWAY.
2,380 MILES ROAD.
It is the SHORT, SURE and BATE route between
Council Bluffs and Chicago, Milwaukee and
all points East and North.
New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Washington,
Buffalo, Pittsburg! Cincinnati, Montreal,Tor
onto. Detroit, Cleveland, Columbus.
fc^~Greater facilities and more advantages
than any other road in the West.
tSTlt is the ONLY ROAD between Council
Bluffs and Chicago upon which is run Pullman
Palace Cars.
In addition to these and to please all classes
of travelers, it gives first-class Me*ls at its
Eating Stations at 50 cents each.
its track is Steel Rail! Its Coaches are the
finest! Its Equipment first class! Its trains are
all equipped with Air Brakes! Miller's Coup
ler's! ana all modern improvements! all of
which combined permit fastest speed, sore and
close connections, and everything a passenger
can desire to make a journey Quick, Vleasanfl
and Comfortable.
Pullman's Sleepers on all Night Trains!
is tLe People's Favorite route. If yon
wish the best traveling accommodations yon
will buy your tickets by this route and will take
none other.
S3?~A11 Ticket Agents can «ell yon through
Tickets via this road and check usual baggage
free of charge.
Omaha Ticket Offices—1821 Faraam street,
.-oruer 14th, and at Union depot.
—. .. Council Bluffs Ticket Offices—Corner Broad
Atvermillion—With stages
for Lodi. Riverside way and Pearl street, C. & N.-R'y depot and
Turner, Bloomingdale, Finlay and Lincoln 1 Union Pacific Transfer depot.
g^n Francisco Office—No. 2 Montgomery St.
t3y**For information, folden, maps, etc., not
obtainable at Home ticket office, address any
Center.
At Canton—With Chicago. Milwaukee and St.
1
Paul trains.
Going East—1.40 p. m. 3.(10 p. xn. 2.35 a.m.
Going West—4.30 a. m.:
10.30 p. m.
At Sioux Falls—With Worthington and Sioux
Falls trains.
Arrive, 11.45
a m. leave, 1.45 p. m. I
Agent of the comp
GEO. MERCHANT.
Superintendent.
1
W. C. VAN HORN,
General Superintendent
B. 8. MERRILJU
General Managei.
Sioux City & Pacific!
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.
JKs MOINES, and all points in Southern
and Eastern Iowa.
ts^PULLMAN PALACE HOTEL AND
SLEEPING CARS between Missouri Valley and
Chicago.
For Speed, safety and comfort is unsurpassed.
This line is now equipped with the improved
Westingbouse 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. 1st, 1880.
EXPRESS EXPRESS
Leave St, l'aul 3:30 p. m.
Vankton 7:40 A. M.
6HW 8:15
Arrive Missouri Valley...
Chicago 8:40 6:30
41
Council Bluffs 7:80 9:35
St. Louis 6:15 7:10
Milwaukee 8:20 11:15
DJ'S Moines 3:£) a. m. 5:40 p. m.
Leave Chicago 10:30 0:15
St. Louis 8:33 9:20
Arrive Sioux City 12:40 p. m. 10:20
I
CONNECTIONS-
1. At Council Bluffs. (U. P. Transfer) with
Union Pacific railroad for Omaha and all points
West, with Kansas City.St. Joe&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 &
North western railway for Chicago and all points
Ea^t.
a. At Sioux City with the Sioux City & 8t.
Vuul. Illinois Central and Sioux City and Da
kota, steamers for the Upper Missouri River,
luring navigation, and with 6tages for all point*
in the Northwest.
4. At Blair with Omaha and Northern Nebras.
xa railroad for Omaha & Southern Nebraska.
5. At Fremont. Nebraska, with Union Pacific
niilrouil for all points West and the Pacific
/oast.
n. At 0:*kdalc with stages forO'Neil City and
til i*.uii« in Northern Nebraska.
He Mire your Tickets read via Sioux City
aid I'ueitic Hall road.
C. HILLS. P. E. ROBINSON.
Superintendent. As?s't Oen'l Pass. Agt
Missouri Valley. Iowa.
W. WELLS. General Agent. Sioux City.
Illinois Central R. R.
Shortest ftoute to Chicago.
SIOUX CITY8 CHICAGO
Without change of Can*. Commen
cing June 1,1S7S.
A daily express passenger train will leave
$ioux City. Saturdays excepted, on arrival of
train from Yankton. Leave Sioux City at 2.15
si. and arrive at Chicago at 3.2J i\ m.
Sleeping cars mn through from Sioux City
Chicago, fare. $2.50 on sleeping car.
Passengers leaving Chicago, bound west, at
10A.M.. via the Illinois Central railroad, will
arrive at Sioux City the next day at 11.80 A. M.
An accommodation tmin will leave Sioux City
daily, except Sundajsat tf p. M.. connecting with
through iwsscngcr train at Fort Dodge. Pas
seugcrs leaving Chicago at 9.30 P. M. arrive at
Sioux City at t.4f A. M.
Trains going east connect at Chicago with alt
trains for Detroit, Cleveland, Buffalo, Niagara
Falls, Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore'
Washington, New York, Boston and all parts of
the east.
Connections are made at Dubuque with tram*
on the Illinois Central main line, leaving Dubu
que at b.lU a. in., arriving at Galesburg at tt.,0
p. m., Peoria, 5 p. m., Burlington at 5.40 p. in.,
Rock island at 0.30 p. m., Quincy at V. 4. p. in..
bt. Louis at 7.30 a. m., and Cairo at 4.io a. m.
Connections arc made at Freeport with West
cm Union trains, leaving Freeport at 1.U5 p. in.,
aud arriving at Bacinc at 5.4i, and Milwaukee
at 6.14 p. m.
ijfiHiggage Cheeked Through to all impoi
Uuii poiutM.
For through tickets and information apply at
the Illinois Central depot.
drains run by Dubuque time, which is twenty
minutes faster than Sioux City.
F. TUC
JOSEPH F. TUCKER,
Chicago. Traffic Manager.
W. P. JOHNSON,
General Passenger Agent, Chicago.
Dakota Central
STAGE LINE
3:30 p. m.
Sioux City 2:30 P.M. 5.00 a. m.
Arrive Missouri Valley...
Chicago
Brinkerhoff St Jordan, Prop's.
The stages of this line run from Yankton to
Utica, Lesterville, Odessa, Scotland, Maxwell,
Olivet. Whiterbure, Milltown^ Martella, Bock
port, Rosedale ana Firesteel in fifteen hours,
leaving Yankton each morning at four o'clock.
The return trip is made each day, leaving Fire
steel at four o'clock a. m. and reachingYaukton
at seven p. m.
Horses changed every ten miles.
Passengers and
Express Goods Car
lied at Reasonable Rates.
Yankton office on Third Street, at Brinkerhoff's
bam, just west of the Merchants hotel.
WMitchell office at J. O. WALRATH &
CO'S. Livery stable.
YANKTON & PARKER
DAILY STAGE.
Mail ami Express Line,
Tri-weekly to Sioux Falls.
The Sfwrtat, Bert and Cheapest Line to
SJOUX FALLS.
The route lies over the finest section of South
eru Dakota, ud passes through the counties
of Yankton. Turner and Minnehaha,
touching at Murimiahl. Turkey
Creek. Clav Cnek. Swan ljike,
Howard' aua Wall Lake.
TAKKTOH Office at Amonean Fx
press Office.
SIOL'X FALLS Office at the Cataract
House.
MOORE & ST MXF.Il. Projiriet.irs.
DAKOTA DiVlSiCN.
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W. C. VAS nORXE, A. T. H. CARPENTER, J. H. PACE,
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TH* HBATT LSMU OK MAF SHOW TUB ROAM OWSKD *jrt OPERATED IR NI CKUAOO, MUWACKXS Afiv. Pan R'T Ca
JL 8TENNETT,
General Passenger Agent.
MARVIN HUGHTTT,
General Manager, Chicago, III.
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From Yankton
to Fort Sully,
And all intermediate points, including
Bon Homme,
Springfield,
Yankton Agency,
Fort Randall,
Wheeler,
Red Lake,
Ft. Thompson,
Ft. Pierre and
Fort Snlly.
Comfortable Coaclwi and Quick Time.
WM. KRAMER, S. P. GAMBLE,
Agent. Superintendent.
An eotircl? New »b4 poaitivelT effective
"—1 R«neUf for tbe tpeeJv *mi penntoiat
cure of Saminsl BmtMioas and Impotency br the only
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