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TUESDAY, SEFfEMBEB 7, 1880.
THE DAILY MESS & DAKOTA1AN
Is published
EVERY EVENING, EXCEPTING SUNDAYS.
TERMS OF SUBSCITLPTION:
Bv carriers—lYr month, $1 per year, $12. By
mail—Per month, 85 cents per year, $10.
£37~Oflice on Third street, Press and Dakot&ian
block.
JtOWJEJf & KIKbSllVRY, Proprietors.
LOCAL OBSERVATIONS.
UNITED STATUS SIGNAL OFFICE,
Yankton D. T., SoptemberT, IS80.
lliver stands about stationary at 2 feet
ten inches above river bed. Maximum
temperature lip to 2 p. m. to-day, OS de
grees minimum temperature in past 21
hours, 46 degrees.
PIC-NIC.
The Children of Christ cliurch Sunday
school will hold their annual picnic on
Friday of this week (September lOtli) at
lireen Island, Neb. The children are re
quested to meet at Christ church at 9
o'clock sharp Friday morning and will
proceed from thenco to the pic-nic
grounds.
ISOCAIJ I.AFOXIts.
The first taste of Dakota's incompara
ble fall weather has been given us to
day.
Several wagon loads of squaws are bar
tering wild plums and wild grapes on
the streets to-day.
There will be a regular communication
of St. John's Lodge, A. F. & A. M., this
evening. Sojourning members are invit
ed.
The subscribers to the Yankton Arte
sian well stock are requested to meet at
the office of E. T. White, at 7 o'clock to
morrow evening, Sept. 8th, for the pur
pose of a temporary organization.
Burglars are still operating among us,
though they do not succeed in getting
any plunder. There are three of them
and they usually make their nocturnal
visits together.
Adler fc Ohlman sell goods as near to
Sioux City as Jackson, Nebraska, run
ning them eastward over sixty miles of
road and then giving better figures than
eastern dealers.
Lizzie Gusman, one of the colored
women accused of stealing S300 from
Michael Collins, skipped out this morn
ing, leaving the county officers in the
lurch. This action confirms the suspi
cion against her.
A corrected list of the bills audited in
the board education meeting reads:
A. Schandein, collection fees, stationery.
stamps _$ 28 a
A. H. Andrews & Co.. school furniture... 23 16
Thomas Kane & Co.. school furniture.... 78 20
Secretary, cash expenditures 17 95
Hobert T. Hoyt, cartage 2 25
Calhoun & Burgi, estimating 5 00
John Thornton, carpenter work and ma
terial, balance Sue 164 80
Total §317 40
The Methodist society are preparing
a concert for next Tuesday evening,
which will be under the charge of Mrs.
Dr. Turner and George Bunker, It is
the intention to make this concert an en
tertainment full of interest to lovers of
music. Mrs. Jessie Geer, Miss Belle Ba
ker, Miss Martha Batchelor, Mr. Jordan
and George Bunker will sing and Mrs.
Turner will preside at the piano.
Messrs. Briggs fc Bnrch have opened
a harness manufactory and repair house
at Scotland, thus supplying a much
needed industry to that section. Mr.
Henry Briggs, the senior of the new firm,
is a practical harness maker, and has fol
lowed the business here in Yankton ior a
number of years. He enjoys the reputa
tion of a young gentleman of enterprise
and integrity, and is a first-class work
man. We have no doubt whatever that
Briggs & Burcli have struck the tide in
their affairs just in the nick of time.
The New Hampshire Sentinel, publish
ed at Keene, gives an account of a speech
made by an old resident of Yankton,
Judge Tufts, at a democratic pole rais
ing in a neighboring town. The judge
is a solid republican, but there were no
democratic orators available, and the
pole must go up. He had, a few days
previous, delivered a good speech at a
republican pole raising and the demo
crats didn't see why he couldn't do as
well for them. He confined himself
mostly to the star spangled banner—the
emblem of liberty, [and got through in
good shape.
Henry Bradly, of the Bradly house,
reports the discovery of an honest man.
During the days of the early Black Hills
rush, in 1875, a great many impecunious
individuals came this way and applied
for food and lodging for which they
were never prepared to pay. Among
them was one Copperstone, who made
arrangements to
stop at the'Bradly house
and pay for his accommodations when
lie got some money. After five years of
silence Sir. Bradly has heard from Cop
perstone. He wrote from Deadwood,
stating that he had met with all sorts oi
misfortunes, financial as well as physical,
but was now beginning to crawl up in
the world. He forwarded the money
due for board to Mr. Bradly and thanked
him for his long patience. An instance
ol this sort is deserving of record.
1'lrnti/ of JIO
I
To loan at eight per cent on improved
farms. J. PAHKER HAVWARD,
Yankton, D. T.
The undersigned wishes to inform the
ladies of Yankton that his immense
stock
of Dry Goods,Are., is arriving daily. Give
me a call before purchasing elsewhere,
and convince yourself of my prices.
JACOB MAX.
Guinet black silks, brocade black silks
and polka spot silks at Parmer's, corner
Third and Broadway.
A large stock of wall paper and a full
line of window curtains and curtain fix
tures cheaper than elsewhere in Dakota
at E. M. COATS' Drug Store.
-4
i" $
I'KHSOXA /..
Wilbur F. Bryant, of St. Helena, is in
town to-day.
0. N. Taylor, of Modeling, is putting
in the day at Yankton.
M. P. Ohlman started for Mitchell this
morning on a business trip.
A. M. Flagg and T. R. Kershaw arriv
ed on to-night's train from Sioux Falls.
General John Cook, agent at Hosebiul,
left on this morning's train for Sioux
City.
George N. Jenkins left on the steamer
1
Slack Hills for his mountain homo on
the Rapid.
Hon. 1\. F. Pettigrew, republican can
didate for delegate, to congress, arrived
to-nighi :nd will remain in town during
to-morrow.
THE CITY COUNCIL.
Council Room, Yankton, D. T., Sept.
Gtli, 1880,8 o'clock p. m.—Council called
to order by hislionor Mayor Sanborn.
Roll call showed the following alder
men present: Bramble, Max, Powers,
Turner, Woolley and Foskett, (0). Ab
sent, Brennan and Ohlman, (2).
Minutes of previous meeting read and
approved.
Petition of Sylvester & Barber asking
permission to change the location of
their coal houses on the levee was refer
red to the committee on grades, streets
and alleys.
A petition from the Yankton Turner
society asking to be allowed the use of
the city band instruments was referred
to the executive committee, who report
ed in favor of allowing them the use of
the instruments providing they would
furnish a good and sufficient bond to the
city for their safe return to the city in as
good condition as when received. On mo
tion of Alderman Turner, the report was
adopted.
The finance committee then made the
following report which, upon motion,
was adopted and the clerk ordered to is
sue the warrants as is therein recom
mended.
Yankton, D. T., Sept. 6, 1880—To
M. 1\ WOOLLEY, Ch'm.
J. L. FOSKETT.
Reports of City Treasurer Wm. Blatt,
City Clerk E. P. Stone, City Justice A.
C. Davis, City Marshal Wm. Rienliardt
and City Jailor P. C. Conway, were pre
sented and referred to the committee on
finance and taxation.
Bills of G. W. Delamater, S86.75 John
Treadway, 825.00 Geo. E. Hawley, S3.25
Geo. E. Hawley, 50 cts. Wallbaum &
Becker, $10.72 Hook and Ladder Co.,
$15.00, were presented and referred to
the committee on finance and taxation.
On motion the council adjourned.
Attest: J. R. SAXBOEM, Mayor.
E. P. STONE, Clerk.
Stine & Enns have received thirty bar
rels of fine eating and cooking apples
which they are selling cheap for cash.
Hamburg Edgings and Inscrtings,
Porchon Laces,
Valciennes Laces,
Bucharest Laces,
Irish Laces at PARMER'S.
If'antetl.
A good girl, competent to do general
housework, can find steady employment
by early application to
Mas. S. B. COULSON*,
Corner Mulberry and Sixth streets.
A large stock of Cashmeres, in all the
atest colors, just received and for sale a,
bottom prices, at JACOB MAX'S.
St/Irmtvr A- Mlurltvr
are ordering a large stock of that super
ior Scranton coal,and will be prepared to
put in a stock for winter at bottom
prices.
Vienna bread received the first pre
mium at the centennial exhibition. For
sale at SOUOREIGE'S.
Ifautetl.
A competent girl to do general house
work. Apply to MRS. ETTER.
Rags, Iron, and all kinds of metals
bought for cash or trade, at J. C. Mor
mon's Capital street Hardware Store.
For St*'nt.
Two rooms recently occupied by Dr.
Buchanan as offices over Eiseman's
store. Also, one room suitable for bed
room or office. Enquire of
C. EISEMAX.
Fall calicoes just received at L. D.
Parmer's corner 3rd St. and Broadway.
FRESH OYSTERS received to-night
at Shorregge's and will be received regu
larly hereafter.
Oil Cloths in new patterns, now to be
had at Parmer's in all qualities and quan
tities.
Fcill-V PostH.
One thousand hard wood fence posts
for sale, at ten dollars per hundred, pay
able in cash or live stock.
A. F. HAYWAIU.
A TRAVELER'S JOTTINGS^
How Tillnas arc l*roiri*CHnlii|rnt Some of the
Forts anil AffeitcleH,
To tht Press ami fiatrotalan.
Fort Bennett, Aug. 30.—On my way up
to Gnind river 1 wrote you from Fort
Sully and now, as I turn westward and
take the trail for Huron, I will send you
another, which will be my last until I re
turn to this region.
This region is blessed with an aI3un
dnuce of rain. Last night was a stormy
one, the water coming down in plentiful
showers, with thunder and lightning ac
companiment. The country is lookiug
well latoly, the grass luid everything that
grows having a splendid garb of green.
The bottom on the east side of tlio river,
between Sully and Bennett, presents a
lively appearance. A force of hands from
Cheyenne agency are making liay, the
same to be hauled across when the river
freezes over. The agency garden looks
well with its varied growth of all sorts of
vegetables, and last, not least, its crop of
watermelons, which is very alluring to
the boys in blue stationed in the vicinity,
also to the other inhabitants of the local
ity-causing a great many moonlight
trips to the garden.
Major Love, the new agent at Chey
enne is a success. He has gained the
liking and good-will of every one who
conies in contact with him, whether on
business or otherwise. The bridge across
the creek (of which I spoke about in my
last) is progressing very slowly, on ac
count of very important materials not
being at hand with which to push the job
to completion.
Beunett presents a good appearance,
and is brand, spanking new, all of the old
buildings having been cleared away, and
the old post is a thing of the past. All
that remains now of the same, is a fen
mud shacks at the back of the garrison,
and the old quartermaster and commis
sary buildings. The old quartermaster
storehouse has been turned into a stable,
giving good accommodations to Uncle
cle Sam's quadrupeds, i. e. the long suf
fering and-much despised government
mule. Great credit is due Lieut. Myer,
of the 11th infautry, for the fine appear
ance of the garrison. He, as acting quar
termaster, had charge of the completion
of the buildings, and the general clear
ing up of the old ones, which are all
pulled down and the old material utilized
for various purposes. The garrison
forms three sides of a square. The offi
cers' line faces the river with four elegant
one story buildings with front and side
porches, painted and houses hard fin
ished throughout, forming the upper or
west side of the square. Each
building is enclosed with a nice paling
fence in front, and a high board feuce in
rear. The enclosure contains a front and
back yard. The north side of the square
is composed, first, of the men's quarters,
next to the river—a one story building
with front and back poich 115x24, with
an addition containing the dining
room, kitchen, store room and wash room,
the same being furnished with bath tub
and other conveniences for washing
purposes. The building is also hard
finished, as are all the new buildings on
the place. Back of the men's quarters,
next to the agency fence, is the adju
tant's office and telegraph office in a one
story building. Next to the men's quar
ters on the same line comes the quarter
master and commissary building and to
the rear of that, the post-bakery. Then
the grain or forage house and then, next
to the officer's line but at some distance
from it, this most important adjunct of
a garrison, the guard house. To the
rear and west of that, stand the stables
and other old buildings yet remaining.
the
Hon. Miiyor utul City Coitnri!:—Your
committee on finance and taxation, to
whom was referred the bills of Pliil. K.
Faulk, use of office on election day, S2
E. T. White, swearing in judges and
clerks, S3 Wm. Cox, hauling dead car
casses, SI Eugene Weber, stationary for
city treasurer, §3.25, would report 'that
they have examined the same and found
them correct, and would recommend that
the clerk be instructed to draw warrants
on city treasurer for above amounts, and
would also report that they have exam
ined the bill of D. McCully, for hauling
water at fire, to-wit: three loads,$3.00, and
would recommend t-liat he be allowed the
sum of seventy cents per load as former
ly paid to him, and agreed upon for the
city at fires, amount, three loads at sev
enty cents per load, 82.10, and that the
clerk be authorizedto draw a warrant on
the city treasurer for above amount in
payment of his bill. Would further re
port that we have examined the bill of J.
M. Brisbine for services as steward of
truck house and would recommend that
the same be returned unpaid for the fol
lowing reasons: That we have no knowl
edge of said person being steward of said
truck bouse, nor of his having ever per
formed any services around same that
while the city of Yankton lias obligated
itself to pay the Yankton Hook and
Ladder Co. b3.00 per month for janitor
services for a certain time the said pay
meat must be made to the officers of said
company, and to no one individual, and
they to employ and pay whom they see
fit. We thereiore reject the bill. All of
which is respectfully submitted.
The south side is composed, mainly, of
the hospital, one of the finest on the
Missouri river and ably conducted by
Doctor McChesuey, assisted by hospital
steward Hilonbrandt, a most competent
man and a genial soul to boot. This
building is one story and a half, some
forty feet square, with award room at
tached. The ward room will accommo
date forty patients on a pinch. An acre
of ground is devoted to the hospital
garden. There is a large front yard be
sides. The whole is enclosed by a paling
and board fence. South of the hospital
grounds, and continguous to the grounds,
comes Mr. Robb's trading store and other
buildings.
It is rumored that at a not very dis
tant day, a railroad will be running
somewhere about McKenzie's Point. Not
long ago Mr. Hughett, general manager
of the C. & N. W. R. R., and a parjy of
other railroad magnates held a council
with the Indians in this vicinity for the
purpose of seeing about surveying
through their reservation and also in re
gard to a suitable crossing for a railroad
bridge near the mouth of the Cheyenne
river. From all that lean hear, the
party have met with success in their un
dertaking. It would be a great thing for
this part of Dakota if a railroad should
be built. It would open up some mighty
fine country to settlement.
The chicken crop shows good. Also
the wild plums and grapes which are
very plentiful this year, and of an excel
lent quality. Housewives hereabout are
storing great quantities for winter use,
in the shape ol jams and jellies. The
grapes are also turned to good account
by making a very palatable wine, called
by the boys in blue, "Moonshine." Some
of your military readers will readily n
derstand what the article is.
We have had very cool weather for the
season. As I am writing, we are having
a severe rain storm from the southeast,
with the usual accompanaments.
Colonel Wood of the lltli infantry, is
getting ready to move to New York
City to assume the superintendence
of the general recruiting service.
Capt. Scliawn, of the 11th infantry, has
gone to David's Island on recruiting ser
vice, and Major Bartlett has assumed
the command of Fort Sully until the ar
rival of Lieut. Col. Townseud. of the lltli,
who is to command the regiment during
Col. Wood's absence. Col. Townseud is
coming from Fort Custer, where he lias
been in command of the garrison. He is
looked for in a few days.
Spring Creek, Wakabodje bottom, lias
"P*
lately gained two additions in the way
of settlers, Mr. Jones and family, and
Mr. Morely and family. Mr. Jones is an
ex-membor of the lltli infantry band,
and. Mr. Morely was formerly black
smith at Cheyenne agenoy.
TUAVKLKU.
THK HI tilt.
The steamer Black Hills left last night
for Pierre with big load.
The stenmer Benton passed Yankton
agenoy at one o'clock this afternoon,
coming down.
The steamer Josephino is expected
from above to-morrow, and will leave for
Piorro on Thursday.
Mrs. E. J. Morrow lias commenced re
ceiving her fall stock of millinery to
which sho invites the attention of the
ladies of Yankton nnd vicinity.
Kid Gloves, just received at Mrs. E. J.
Coggins'.
For Sate—Hre.pili nj/ Htorl.-.
We liave for sale a fine lot of calves,
yearlings and Bulls,
Horn Jjreetl,
Thoroughbred Short
of the best families. Also
one hundred and twenty sheep, COTS
WOLO BCCKS and ewes, large size and well
bred. Forty POLAND CHINA BOARS and
BOWS. All of the above are our own
breeding. Will be pleased to show the
stock at all times. Enquire at the Jencks
hotel or on the ranch, four miles west of
Yaukton. Postoffice address
HOUI/TON BROS.,
Yankton, D. T.
Schoregge is serving delicious ice
cream at his Third street parlors.
New dress goods at Parmer's consist
ing of
Handkerchief dress novelties
All wool mommies
Persian suitings and
Fancy plaid suitings.
Bead Capes in jet and rainbow beads
at Parmer's.
A good, stout, active boy who desires
to learu the bakery and confectionery
trade can find steady employment by
applying to
II. A. SCHOREGGE, Third street.
f.'iW liVfH tvil.
A good girl competent to do general
housework. Apply to
MRS. WM. POWERS,
Corner Capital and 4th Sts.
Two car loads of Boots, Shoes, Dry
Goods and Groceries, just received by
JACOB MAX.
Lace Ties,
Lace Chimisettes,
Lace Fichus at PARMER'S,
Opposite Merchants Hotel.
To Loan.
Two hundred dollars, real estate secu
rity, at fair rates of interest.
E. T. WHITE,
Fancy buttons just arrived by express
from New York at L. D. Parmer's.
Dr. W. H. H. Brown, dentist, Union
block. Yankton.
Just received at China Hall Mason's
Fruit Jar.
NEW GOODS at L. D. Parmer's.
Dried Buffalo Tongues at
BLATT & BUERDORF'S.
New Gloves in fall colors at Parmer's.
Missouri River Transportation Co.
The Steamer
Josephine,
Will Leave Yankton for
3Tort IPierre,
And intermediate points, on
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1880,
On arrival of the Train from the East.
For freight or passage apply to BRAMBLE
MINER CO. or at the Company's Office, 1st
NATIONAL BANK, Yankton, l)akota.
1IKKK.
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, ana 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 and Billiard Parlor.
MONEY FOR MORTGAGES
On Ileal Estate.
THE CORBIN BANKING CO.
lift Broadway. New York,
Purchase Mortgages well secured by first lien
Country Real Estate at the very best rates
d«kw3ra
upon I
it*
Stine & Enns
UKAI.KIW IN
IT S
-AND
Fancy Groceries
THIRD STREET,
Yankton,
Sample Rooms
Ynnktons old saloon keeper is again ready to
attend to the demaudsof customers. He
has fitted up one of the finest re
sort* in the city and has
placed within it the
finest stock of
Beer, Wine, Liquors
Ever brought to the Territory.
BEKK always on tap and freah from the kee.
Delicious.
I Keep a supply of pickled pics feet, beef
tongue, Swiss cheese, cold ham, Holland her
ring, and all brands of sardines, besides many
other lunch table favorites, which can be pro
cured upon order. Call and see me.
FRED IjEUCH,
Third Street, Yankton.
Carriage Painting.
Having secured the ser
vices of Mr. W. A. Wells,
an experienced work
man, we are prepared to
do all kinds of
Carriage Painting
^SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Seniple & Monroe,
Broadway, bet. 2d and 3d Sts.
China Hall!
Third street, between Walnut street
and Douglas Avenue.
John Cunningham, Prop.
-DEALER IX-
Grockery, CJ lassware,
Wood and Willow-ware,
Cutlery, and
Plated Ware,
Fine China, etc.
THIRD STREET, YANKTON, D. T.
SEMPLE & MONROE,
House Painters,
Grnininr. Glazirg and Kalsonlng.
PAPER HANGING A SPECIALTY.
IS^All work to give satisfaction.
Shop at
COATKM'guaranteed
stand, Broadway.
CB^Orders left at Mills & Purdy's and at E.
M. Coatcs' will receive prompt attention.
IMPORTANT TO AGENTS.
THE LIFE OF
GENERAL JAMES A. GARFIELD
Bv his personal -friend. MAJOR BUNDY.
Kditor -iV,
V.
Mail, is the ONLY EDITION u\
which Gen. Garfield has given personal atten
itraf
ti»n or facts. Beautifully illustrated, printed
and bound. Full length st«el portrait by Hall,
from a picture taken expressly for this work.
ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED. Liberal terms.
Bend 91 .OO at once for complete outfit. A. B.
BAHNES & CO,, 111
and 11S Williams St., N. Y.
A. Booth's
Old lteHiible Brand of
Fresh Oysters
—AT—
JENKINSON'S THIS EVENING.
H. G. Clark,
SiioecKHorto
Dakota.
FRED LERCII'S
VANCOTT, CLAHK &
CO., will carry on the
W A
AND-
E W E
Business as usual at the old stand,
tiratdoor west of the Postottiee,
Yankton,
Dakota.
.IKWKI.ltV.
J. P. REDAELLI,
Repairer and Dealer
In
Watches, Clocks & Jewelry,
Third Street, opposite the Press and Dakota,
tan office
I2TALL WORK WARRANTED.^
l.l\KrO.V DAKOTA.
Yankton Cooper Shop
Butter Tub Factory.
HAVE found great difficulty in supplying
my customers with a sufficient quantity o:'
Butter Firkins, Tuls, Etc.
But having enlarged my establishment and
secured more workmen, 1 am now prepared to
supply the farmers of Yankton aud adjoining
counties with
White Oak Firkins, White Ash Butter
Tubs, Meat Barrels and
Barrel Churns.
Orders for BREWERS WORK, both making
and repairing, will be promptly attended to.
Shop on Walnut street, near levee.
ju»eldlm-w3m THOS. TOB1N.
Climax!
THE BOSS
Five Ct. Cigar
-AT—
JENKINSON'S.
WALTER H. CARR
DEALER IN
Groceries,
Vegetables,
Fruits.
Candles,
Nuts,
Cigars
Orders will receive prompt attention*
WALTER H. CARR,
Third St., Yankton.
FIIKMTVKG.
J. R. SANBORN & SON,
Wholesale and Betail Dealer in
FURNITURE, MATTRESSES
Mirrors.
Upholstered Goods,
UNDERTAKER'S GOODS,
Union Block, Third St.
YANKTON, DAKOTA.
I'ltOfr-ICHMIONA!..
nV:\VKV FKKNoir,
/Uiomcys and Counselors
AT LAW,
YANKTON DAKOTA.
OFFICE:
DEWEY'S LAW BUILDING, THIRD ST,
Practice iu all the Court* and make a Bpaoial
ty of Collecting Securing Olaima.
MEAT MAKKKT.
FAMILY MARKET
Broadway, Yankton. Dakota
PATRICK BRENNAN
WILL SUPPLY
Fresh Meats,
Salt Meats, Fish and Game.
—)$TO OBDER}(—
A Full Line of Vegetables in Season
Always on hand.
MUX MACIUNKUY.
SAM. KAUCHER,
ill Furnisher.
LEFFLE
WATER WHEEL
A SPECIALTY*
New Process and
GRADUAL REDUCTION
MILLS.
IKON AND PORCELAIN
Milts and Elevators Constructed and Drawing
and Plans made, all on the most
Reasonable Terms.
For sale cheap,
One 10-Horse Portable Engine and
Boiler as good as new,
One Circular Saw-Mill.
Call on or Address,
SAM. KAUCHER,
Merchants Hotel, Yankton, Dakota
ST. CROIX LUMBER CO.
YANKTON, D. T.
-(to})-
—DEALERS IN—
Pine & Hard Wood Lumber
ALSO
Latli,
Doors,
Shingles,
Sasli,
]lliiils,
Building'
Paper
Orders by mail will receive prompt attention
E. P. Wilcox,
Pine Lumber
AND
BUILDING MATERIALS.
A Complete Assortment Furnished in any
Quantity desired.
SECOND A MCLBEBRY STS.
WOOD ANI) COAL,
S. N. FOLYER,
—DRALEB IN—
Wood and Coal
HARD AND SOFT WOOD.
Also Sawed and Unsawed Wood.
Prnmylvania, Illinois and Iowa
Coal Always on Hand. Order* Promptly filled,
Ofllo* Flrat Boor West of Poatofflo*.
P. L. LINDHOLM,
Dealer in
All kinds of FURNITURE.
—ALSO—
VICTOR SEWING MACHINES.

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