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GENERAL NEWS.
New Hampshire Rolls Up a Republi
can Majority of 22,000.
Aiul Only a Solitary Democrat In En
titled to Heat In the
Ijeglalnturu.
"fv-.tJ",
A Fire In the 1'rovlnce of Quebec
Wliloh IH tlio MOHI lMsoMtroiis
Kv»r Known In Ttmt
L»«uliiy.
POLITICAL.
Variimnt Snliil fur Garfield.
Burlington, Vt., Sept. 8—One hundred
and fifty townn heard from give a repub
lican majority of 17,000. On this basis
the republican majority over all will be
about 22,000, and plurality of about 27,
000. The legislature will have but one
dc-moorutio senator. House overwhelm
ingly republican.
MHfuuiuliiiHKttn Antl-Wlilakv Convention.
Worcester, Sept. 8.—The prohibition
ists met in state convention to-day. Over
two hundred delegates nresent. Half
women. L. J. Latlirop, chairman of the
state central committee, in calling the
convention to order predicted a defeat of
the republican party in the presidential
contest. This sentiment was received
with great applause. Hev. A. A. Minor
was made permanent president.
FOREIGN.
Supposed Complication,
St. Petersburg, Sept. 8—The reported
summons to Gen. Skobeloff to come to
Lividna are variously interpreted. They
are thought in some quarters to be con
nected with a possibility, which at pre
sent is not altogether devoid of compli
cations with China.
A Severe L«HM,
London, Sept. 8—The losses of Ayoob
Khan
IIB
far as ascertainable are already
estimated at 1,000'men.
A Terrible Kxplosion.
London, Sept. 8.—An explosion occur
red this morning at Treham collicry
near Durham. Both shafts blocked
though half a mile apart. Between 250
and 300 men in the pit. It is known that
some are alive.
London, Sept. 8, 2:30 p. m.—It is now
believed that of the one hundred and
eighty men in the Seashore coal pit it is
feared that most of them perished.
A Destructive Fire.
Upton, Province of Quebec, Sept. 8.—
One of the most terrible occurences in
the history of this section of country was
a fire which swept through a portion of
this village Monday, carrying ruin ami
death in its track, both to man aud beast.
Bush fires have been numerous foi some
time and little attention was given
them. The high wind Monday fanned
the ilamcs, until the inhabitants, about
three o'clock, saw with dismay, a wall of
flames come toward them with steady
sweep as fast as a man could rnn, and
swallowing up everything in its course.
By 4 o'clock tiie first farm house had
been readied. The tire ran along a rail
feiice burning grain, and the wind
sent sparks in all directions
So quickly was one farm house after
another enveloped that men, women and
children had barely time to escape ont
of its lino. Instances occurred where it
was necessaiy, to abandon vehicles anil
take to horses backs men were obliged
to throw away their coats in order to
save their lives. House after house and
barns filled with the best crop known for
years were licked up, and when the fugi
tives were counted eleven persons were
miming. not one of whom was thought
would escape, but towards morning most
of them turned up, several badly burned.
As night drew on the Hames increased
in volume while the wind rose and for a
space of about twelve miles in length
and three to four in width the eye rested
upon nothing but roaring and cracking
Hames.
Holler Kxplosion.
Natches, Sept. 8.—By the explosion of
a boiler in a mill on lower Bergs place
near Concordia, Win. Poole was killed
and four negroes probably fatally scalded.
Fiiianciiil.
Washington, Sept. 8.—The secretary
of the treasury purchased $2,500,000
bonds.
Suspended.
Philadelphia, Sept. 8.—Thompson &
Co., brokers and bonkers, south 3rd street,
suspended. Liabilities, $50,000.
The Weather.
Washington, Sept. 8.—The weather
indications fort he upper Mississippi and
lower Missouri valleys: Cool north,
veering to slight east of south winds,
partly cloudy weather, stationary fol
lowed by falling barometer.
Fire in (lie New Jersey Stale Prison,
Tienton, N. j., Sept. 8.—A fire in the
shoe shop and laundry in the state pris
on caused a loss of $00,000. Insurance,
$25,000.
Mora Gold.
New York, Sept. 8,—The following
steameis brought specie'from Europe to
day: Labrador, $1,037,000 Leasing,
$223,600 Bothnia, $500,000 Wyoming,
$110,000. Total. $1,870,600 of which
$50,000 was in American gold coin, and
the remainder foreign.
Arrived. J'j
New York, Sept. 8—Arrived, steamers
Labrador from Havre State of Florida
from Glasgow and Lassing. from Ham
burg.
The lll-Futori Vera Cruz.
New York, Sept. 8.—The Herald pub
lishes the following from St. Augustine:
Main part of the wrecked steamer Vera
Cruz was beached on Anaatusia Island
some twelve miles from the city near
Matanzas and lier freight strewed the
beach the entire length of the island, and
also on the north beach of the main land
for several miles. The freight *M very
valuable and caine nslioreSn great quan
tities. The pilots of St. Augustine
at once formed themselves into a joint
stock company for a time and went for
the freight with a vita. Monday aud
iuesday, August 80th and 31st, iliey
kept the matter of tho wreck a profound
aecret. In the meantime the pilots had
worked both day and night having en-
tire possession of both beach and cargo.
They managed to save a goodly pilo
stored up at dilToreiit points on the
beach, worth thousands of dollars. Sev
eral trunks belonging to passengers
cauie ashore in good order only to be
broken open and rifled. One evidently
belonged to a lady of wealth, for it was
filled with costly silk, diamonds,
clothing of the finest order, and
laces worth many hundred*dollars. A
gold watch and chain, also two
valuable bracelets were found
in the trunk. In another
trunk a large pocket book, well filled
with bills was found by these fortunate
pilots. In fact, they had a bonanza and
they worked it for all it was worth, hav
ing gold watclies, diamonds, well filled
wallets, elaborate clothing and many tons
of viiluablo freight as their reward.
Teams were employed for several days in
hauling away their find. and
large lighters were loaded wiih
produce. When the matter leak
ed out Tuesday night, the whole
city was alive with excitement. Fvery
body that had a boat or could borrow or
push one into service hied away to the
beach business men and clerks even
engaged in the disreputable business
and all got a rich reward that enabled
the major part of the population to dis
pense with hog mullet and hominy and
live on ham, preserves, canned goods, and
wash it down with cclior, wine or ale.
A bag of mail matter was found, first be
ing duly cut open and examined and
notDing being found in it worth keeping
was handed over to the postmaster.
Several bodies were washed ashore,
and after being inspected and plundered
they were buried in tho sand on the
beach. The corpse of a young lady came
ashore, which was stripped of rings and
fine clothes and buried in the sand.
LATEST BY MAIL.
Louisville, Sept. 6.—To-day, for the
first time in Louisville, negro jurors were
chosen on the grand and petit juries.
Burlington, Sept. 6.—Tho Iowa con
ference of the Methodist Episcopal
church will begin its sessions at Center
villo Tuesday.
New York, Sept. 6.—The thermometer
reached its highest point, 80 degrees, at
2:30 p. m., to-day, Dicre were several
cases of sunstroke reported, two which
wore fatal.
St. Louis, Sept. 0.—Tho platform men
iu the freight yards of tlie Indianapolis
aud St. Louis and Chicago, Burlington
& (juinu.v railroads at East St. Lotus arc
on a strike.
Littlo Rook, Sept. (i.—The election
here to-day was quiet and peaceful.
Three tickets were in the field. The in
dications are that tlie democrats have
carried the state by a large majority.
Bradford, l'.i., S?pt. 0.—Early this
niorniug the Dudley housa, tho largest
hotel iu Silainano.i and twenty smaller
buildings were destroyed by lire. Loss,
$157,01)11 insurance, $110,11011,
Louisville, Ivy., Sept. A new and
fatal disease has been prevailing in the
vicinity of Portland for the past two
weeks. Of five cows which havt? been
attacked by the disease, four died in
from thirty-six to forty-eight hours after
the disease made its appearance.
White lliver Junction, Vt.Sopt.fi.-—
A fearful drouth prevails all over Ver
mont and Mahnfnetarcro lw-j be.n com
pelled to suspend work for want, of sulli
wftter to rnn the machinery. Tlie tem
perature for ten dnvs has been almost
equal to the hottest days in July.
St. Paul. Minn., S«ut. fi.—A special
from Fort Keogli to the Pioneer-Press
says the Sioux chief Bij J{oad, direct
from Sitting Bnll's camp, eame and sur
rendered to the authorities with four fol
lowers. His party of 170 braves are ex
pected to arrive, in a day or two.
Cleveland, Sept. 6.—At a late hour last
night a special oyster train on the Balti
more and Ohio rail into a calf near Fos
toria and was thrown from the track.
The engineer, Wm. Sanderson, was
jammed against the fire box and held un
til roasted to death. The fireman jnmped
and was injured in such a manner as to
render him insane aud wandered into the
woods, where he was afterwards found.
Six cars were demolished.
City of Mexico, Aug. 30.—The report
that Mexico had renewed the relations
with the Vatican are untrue. The rebels
of Sinaloa have fortified themselves iu a
strong position between Concordia and
Panuca. The revolutionary movements
in Teliauutepec has been crushed. Citi
zens of the United States in Mexico com
plain that the recent rumors of the fili
bustering invasion from Texas injures
their enterprises. Congress will meet
September 16th
New York, Sept. 6—At the Maritine
exohonge this afternoon the probable loss
of the steamer Sansalvador with all on
board was reported. She left Truxileo
August 7 for Havana, where she was due
the lltli and has not since been heard
from. Her agents at Havana telegraph
that they fear she was lost in the cyclone
of the 9t.li. She was an American steam
er of 971 tons, built at Wilmington, own
ed by London merchants, and engaged
in the cattle trade. Her captain is Parke,
a Honduras gentleman. Her first mate
and engineer are white men and shipped
from this port. Tlie others are black
men.
City of Mexico, Aug. 30.—William H.
Greenwood, who for several years wiw
chief engineer of the Denver railroal, and
recently engaged in making surveys for
Palmer & Sullivan, railroad contractors,
was murdered yesterday near Halnepant
la, eighteen miles from the capital. He
was accompanied at tho time by liis as
sistant, Mr. Miller, ond a servant,and had
gone on in advance to examine a barran
c6. A few minutes after Stiller and tho
servant come upon his dead body with
three bullet holes ic it. The murderers
had taken his pistol and horse, but left
his watch and monoy, probably because
they had no time to riHe tho body. The
authorities are making efforts to find the
murderers.
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VOLUME 6. YANKTON, DAKOTA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1880-
PETTIGREW'S RECEPTION
lly lli« Republican Frew of. Dakota Ter
ritory.
Dead wood PresK/
Great enthusiasm has prevailed all
day, and a general jollification is being
indulged in by the i'ottigrow men and a
great many who were not Pettigrew men,
till the result was announced. Every
body seems satisfied with the result. The
nomination has been a great victory for
the Press, and it is plain that the editor
of this paper, who was also secretary of
the convention, knew what he was about
and got in his work solid for the gentle
man from the pickerel districts, as the
defeated Press and Dakotaian was wont
to call him.
Watcrtown News.
We return home just as our paper is
going topreas, and find a dispatch saying
that K. F. Pettigrew was nominated as
candidate for delegate in congress on the
7th ballot without tho withdrawal of
either Bennett or Baymond. We have
only time to say that Frank "has fought
the good fight and is in every way wor
thy of the success be has met with, and
Codington county will give him consid
erable more than a party vote.
Fargo Republican.
Mr. Pettigrew is yet a young man. He
is of the people, and has risen to his pres
ent position by hisown efforts, being em
phatically a "self-made man," in the pop
ular acceptation of the term. He is a
gentleman of acknowledged ability, so
admitted by his most persistent oppo
nents, a man of indomitable energy, broad
and comprehensive in his views, alive to
the best interests of every section of Da
kota, who, if elected, will represent tlie
territory in congress with honor to him
self and his constituents.
The convention at Vermillion has se
lected him as the republican standard
bearer in this campaign, and every true
republican, whatever lias been his per
sonal preference, will cheerfully acqui
esce in the action of the convention,
give Mr. Pettigrem a hearty support,
and present an united front to the com
mon foe.
Deadwood Times.
The territorial republican convention
at Vermillion on Wednesday placed in
nomination the Hon. R. F. Pettigrew, of
Sioux Falls, as the candidate for dele
gate to congress from Dakota. Mr. Pet
tigrew was not the choice of the Times,
but as the Times never allows its indi
vidual preferences to stand in the way
of the success of the party that it repre
sents, will give Mr. Pettigrew its undivid
ed support, and will add that for local
reasons it is exceedingly well pleased
that he was chosen to the position. His
name at the head of our local ticket will
harmonize all the factions of the party
in Lawrence county and insure its suc
cess. It will remove all personal differ
ences aud suppress an element of local
discord that has existed among the
members of the party here it will
strengthen the party where it needed
strength it will be like oil upon troubled
waters, in the Hills country, aud for these
reasons we are well satisfied with his
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YOKK.
'New York. S:*p^-inber s.
WJIKAT— I'airlv active. No. 1.
white November, $1.0K No. 2. ud. September
^l.OHlQ,1* October
ii at a iv ix
western spot 51Hdo future ."1
OATS—Firm. Western I-\
PORK—lilank.
CHICAGO.
Chicago. Septembers.
WHKAT—Strong higher. cash Octo
ber U3 November.
CoitN—Strong, higher. 4U/a ca-sh 41:1» Octo
ber.
OATS—Firm, higher. 29?« cash October.
RYE—80c.
BARLEY—77f®78c.
PORK—Stronger, $17.80cash $17,00?# October.
LARD—$8.00 cash $8.05 bid October.
WHISKEY—$1,13.
MILWAUKEE.
Milwaukee, September 8.
WHEAT -1(&2 higher. Hard $1.06 No. 1, »5
No. 2. 91 it cash 92U October 1S November
aud No. 3 and 4 nominal.
CORN—Firm higher 40*8.
OATS—
RYE—80.
BARLEY—75.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
ot 18, block S3, Lower Yankton. Apply at
•^this office.
To Loan.
^£oney on Ileal Estate.
GKO. W. KOBEKTS.
lenti»t.
HD.
DODGE. DeWitt's Block,^Third street,
Yaukton, Dakota.
For Sale.
rpHE one story frame building adjoining the
store of Jacob Max, aud formerly occupied
by Moody & Hand as a law office. To be
moved from the premises. Inquire of
JACOB MAX.
Money to Loan.
AN FIRST CLASS FAKM PROPERTY at 9
^per cent, interest and reasonable commis
sions. DEWEY & FRENCH,
d&wtf. Attorneys at Law.
For Itcnt.
COMFORTABLE dwelling House with live
room*! on Pearl street near Fourth. Good
well of water and small barn on the premises.
A
E. P. WILCOX,
Second and Mulberry streets.
$300,000.—Five Year*.
rpO
loan on Farms for improvements and stock
raising bv applicant, in Bon Homme.
Hutchinson, Turner, Clay and Yankton count
ies. Q.
w.
1
I)es Moines, To., Sept. 0.—The state fair
opetied to-day under liiostanspioionscir
cnkiiBtanoes. The weather was cool and
clear and tho sun shining, with no pros
pect of wet weather, .but with the dust
laid for some days by the rain of last
week. Tho exhibit is the largest of any
fair oyer held in the state. This is
especially^ in cattle, the large number
of sheds which were only half filled last,
year, being completely ocenpicd and new
sheds being put. up to accommodate en
tries. Many exhibitors of agricultural
implements have been compelled to put
up coverings of their own. The racos of
the week will include the regular contest
of homes, with a chariot race to-morrow
and ladies in bloomer on long distance
ROBERTS.
Real Estate and Insurance Agent.
Hulf-llrecri Horses.
I WILL bent Yankton about the 20th of August
with a large herd of Colorado and northern
Texas half-breed horses, which
1 will sell cheap.
1
he horses will be for sale at Bradlv's hotel
barn. GEO. W. WILlMAMS.
Taken Up,
the morning of August 17, ts*, on my
premises, 124 miles northwest of Yank.
ton on the Luebke farm, one large light, bnv 1
horse from six to eight years old. The owner'
invited to will, prove property, pav charge* 1
and take the animal away.
vw II. FORBES. 1
Yankton, D, T., August 11», m). idVw8w
Taken V\t
"IJY the undersigned, residing one mile north
of (tayville, in Yankton eonntv. D. T..
on tho night of August 18th. six *heep. The
owner can have shid property bv paving charm
and proving title to tho said sheep.
GUSTAV PETERSON.
Gnyville, Aug. 30, 1H80. 22-8w-dl
For Kent.
ft Good dwelling houses. Apply to,
G. W. ROBERTS.
rro|MMAlfl for Frwli Vegetable*.
OFFICE CIIIKF C. 8.. DKPAUTMENT or DAKOTA,
8T. PAUL*, MINK.. Anirust?Mth.
QKALKD PROPOSALS, In duplicate, subject
oT $"e u*"®! condition#, wifl be received at
Bt. Paul and at Yankton. I). T„ until 12 o'clock,
noon, on Monday, tho 13th day of September,
.which time and place* they will be
opened in presence of bidders, for furnishing
to the BuhftiMtenoe Department. U.S. Army, the
the following quantities of freah vegetables, de
livered, &B may be required, at Yankton or at
Bismarck, D. T.. botwen the 20th day of Septem
ber and the 4th day of October, 1H*».
10,UK) pounds Onions.
1Ti7,(JUU pounds Potatoes.
To be delivered in clean sound sunny or bur
lap sacks.
Blank proposals, and printed circulars giving
detailed information as to manner of bidding,
conditions to be observed by bidders,
fcc.t
be obtained on application to the Commissary
of Bubsihtence at St. Paul or at Yankton.
Proposals should be enclosed in sealed envel
ops marked "Proposals for Fresh Vegetables/'
and addressed as follows: For deliveries at
Yankton, to Capt. D. D. Wheeler,A. Q. M. and A,
0. 8., Yankton, D. T., and for deliveries at Bis
marck. D. T., to Major M. li. Morgan, C. 8., U.
8. A., Bt. Paul, Minn.
The United States reserves the right to reject
anyorull bids.
M. It. MORGAN,
Major and C.
8., U. 8. A.
Notice.
OFFICE OF CITY TBBABURKB YANKTON D. T.,
August 31st, IB80.
Notice of Special Assessment.
A SPECIAL tax having been levied by ordi
nance of the mayor and council of the city
of Yankton, D. T., und entitled:
"An Ordinance, Levying a Special Tax to
'defray the cost and expenses of a Sidewalk
along the north side of Third street, between
Capital street and Pine street, in the City of
'Yankton, D. T."
Which ordinance was passed and approved
August 2ttb, 1880, and said tax levied as follows:
Lower Yankton-James M. Stone, blocks, lot
A, 129 feet front, 27 13-25 cents per foot front,
cost, $41.28 total cost. Paul Stephens, block 2i
lot Id. 162 feet front, 3414-23 cento per foot front,
$51.84 total cost. Total tax, $93.12.
The above tax is now due and in my hands
for
collection, and the same will become delinquent
and penalty will accrue on the-Wth day of Sep
tember. 1881
J. WM. BLATT,
15 1015 18 Treasurer.
Proposals for Corn.
OFFICE CHIEF C, 8., DEPARTMENT OF DAKOTA,
„. ST. PAUL, MINN., August 28th, 1880.
QEALED PROPOSALS, in duplicate, will be
h: received at St. Paul, Minn., and Yankton.
D. T., until 12 o'clock, noon, on Monday, the
18th day of September, 1880, at which time aud
places they will be opened in presence of bid
ders, for furnishing for the the Subsistence De
partment U. 8. Army, 101,UUU pounds of good,
clean shelled corn, in new, strong, well-sewed
jute or burlap sacks, delivered at Yankton, D.
T., or on cars of the Dakota Southern or Chiea-
Minneapolis & Omaha railroads,
at Sioux City, Iowa, on or before October 1st,
1880.
Proposals for the delivery of 18,500 pounds of
the com on the cars of the St, Paul, Minneapo
lis& Manitoba railroad, at St, Paul, will be
con
sidered.
The corn and sacks will be subject to inspec
tion at places of delivery.
Proposals for less quantities than the whole
will be considered.
Proposals should be made on the blanks fur
nished and in conformity with the instructions
printed thereon. A copy of this advertisement
should be attached to each duplicate proposal.
Blanks for proposals and further information
may be obtained on application to the Commis
sary of Subsistence at Yankton, or to the
under
signed. I he United States reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
Proposals should be enclosed in scaled envel
opes marked "Proposals for Corn." and ad
dressed as follows: l«\ir deliveries at Sioux City,
la., or at Yankton, D. T., to Capt. ,D. Wheel,
er, A. Q. 1. and A. C. S., and for delivery at St.
Paul, to Major M. R. Morgan, C. S., U. S. A.
M, R. MORGAN.
Major and C. S., U. S. A.
MISCKUAXEODS.
BROADWAY UHPOLSTERING
AND
Second Hand Store
J. K. GILLESPIE, Proprietor.
.'^Second Hand Furniture bought and_£FJ
sold. Upholstering of all kinds done to
order. Mattresses always on
hand. Old Mattresses
made over.
{^"Cushions, Curtains, Lambrequins, Ac. fcc.
made to order.
1 also repair Carriage and Buggy Tops.
Cushions, &c.
finake TIpholstering a specialty. All
work done in a workmanlike manner.
Store on east side of Broadway, between Scc
*nd and Third, opposite Minnesota House.
Blatt & Buerdorf
Wholesale and Retail
DKALEB8IN
CROCERI ES
STAPLE AND FANCY.
BROADWAY,
A N O N A O A
DRY GOODS.
L. CONGLETON,.
DEALER IN
DRY
GOODS
-HNIX-
Ladies' Furnishing Goods
DKWim LOCK. YANKTON.
4i-
Fresh Oysters!
AT-
JENKINSON'S.... ... ... .THIS EVENIN6.
I'KOFKSSIOSA I..
1)EWEY & FI:I:NCH,
may
Attorneys and Counselors
AT LAW,
YANKTON DAKOTA.
OFFICE:
DEWEY'S LAW BUILDING, THIRD ST.
Practice in all the Courta and make a Special
tr of Collecting and Securing Claim*.
MEAT MAKKKT.
FAMILY MARKET
Broadway, Yankton. Dakota
PATRICK BRENNAN
WILL BTJPPLY
Fresh Meats,
Salt Meats, Fish and Game.
—)}TO OBDEB{(—
A Full Line of Vegetables in Season
AlwayB on hand.
MILL MACHINERY.
SAM. KAUCHER,
Mill Furnisher.
LEFFLE
WATER WHEEL
A SPKl'JAI.TY.
New TroceRfi und
GRADUAL REDUCTION
MILLS.
mos A POiiCiOLAi:-.
KOLLS.
Mills and Ivievators Constructed nr.d Drawing*
aud Plans made, ail on the most
Reasonable Terms.
For sale cheap.
One 10-Horse Portable Engine and
Boiler as good as new,
AND
One Circular Saw-Mill.
OaU on or Address,
SAM. KAUCHER,
Merchants Hotel, Yankton, Dakota.
Lt'MnER.
ST. CROIX LUMBER CO.
YANKTON, D. T.
—($0$—
—DKALEliS IN—
Pine & HardWood Lumber
1L80
Latli,
Doors,
Shingles,
Sash,
Blinds,
Building'
Paper
Orders by mail will receive prompt attention
E. P. Wilcox,
Pine Lumber
AND
BUILDING MATERIALS.
A Complete Assortieent Furnished in »ry
Quantity desired.
SECOND
MELBERBX
Dohotamn.
Shoes and Slippers
EDMUNDS & WYNN
BANKERS,
YANKTON A O A
Do a General
Hanking-, Collection
And Loan Business,
The Same as National TtnnW,
-kuy and sell exchange on the principal citien
-t the united States and Europe. Special at
tentiou paid to collections, and remitted for
INVAKIAIILY ON DAY OF PAYMENT.
Will loan money, pay taxes and sell real estate
!or non-residents, on favorable termB. Agents
or reliable''Insurance Companies, and insure
Property on terms favorable.
THE FIRST NATIONAL
Bank of Yankton
Financial Agent of the Uniteastat**
Approved Depository tor Disbursing
Officers.
JAMES C. McVAY, President
W. H. McVAY Cashier.
Drafts bought and sold. Collections made and
Promptly remitted for.
WANTED.
AN ACTTYE, INTELLIGENT, reliable man,
x-m-
in this and 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 xcorth SlO to *25 a
day. Address
A
^. THE TAILOR HEAD REST CO.,
julg-d&wlm 159 lAke St., Chicago, liis
MILLINERY.
MRS. E. J. COGGINS,
Dealer in
linger "2"
and
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS.
Materials for Fancy Work a Specially
Third St., Yankton, Dakota
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STS.
AGENTS WANTED FOR the fastest selling
Book of the age.
Foundations of Success,
BUSINESS ASD SOCIAL FORKS.
The law* of trade, legal forms, how to trans- «!5*
NUMBER 115.
HOOT* AMD RHOKa.
J. A. WEEKS.
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Now I am ready with a large stock of BOOTS and
SHOES for the SUMMER TRADE. I bought my Goods
f-ariy at LOW PRICES from the largest and best factories
and am wilUng to sell them at prices that people can
afford to pay.
fBOOTSs and *SH0ES.'
Come and see my Goods. You are sure to buy If you do.
Tin consist of Ladle's, Gentlemen's, Children's and
infant's Button, Laced and Congress Shoes. Walking
YANKTON BANK!
in great variety. CAPITAL STREET.
GROCERIES.
LAVENDERS'
GROCERY HOUSE!
oonrmui TO BE TMM
Favorite Trading Place
-)tra TOWN AND OOUNTI4(—
Became it npplie. the Terr beat fooda to b.
nad in tha world.
the line of Gzoeenea eu be
then at all time.
E A S E
Ita prion are uniform and ao low aa to defs
competition.
Becatue ita CASH ajratem uanoeenhUjr catab
lished and gives to its customers
vantages which the credit
system does
not
possess.
Grateful
for the con
tinued favors of
the people, this pop
ular House assures ita
patrons that every effort
will be made to keep its stock
and prion fully up to the d»m*nd»
of the times. No other Grocery House
in the Territory will be permitted
to surpass it cither in quality of goods or pric#
Very Respectfully,
A. W. LAVENDER.
O. P. HAGE
siAuaar
STAPLE AND FANC5T
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BITTERS
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act business, valuable tables, social etiquette,! "hich not only breaks np the most aggra
Parliamentary usage, how to oonduct public vatod attacks, but nrevemstheir recurrence. It
business in net it a oomplete GUIDE TO "infinitely preferable to quinine, not only IKS:
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Address for circulars and special terms, but alsa on account ot its i*rfcct wholesome.1
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lh(, vU.timo{malaria
recover by using this celebrated spe-
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St. Louis, Missouri. I sjntrin. HTFor s*le -b.v nil Druggists and YMMOII,
I Dealers generally.
GROCERIES
Crockery
ao
YANKTON, DAKOTA
HIDKS tFl'RS.
PEIR & LUEBKE
PHAIiMtB IH
HIDES, FURS,
Leather
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