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Washing
STOMACH
M'OLLI HM|-.VH II L,.\ I^I AK'I KKH,
Sportsmen's Headquarters
a a
T|ii» Aendemy is under the- direction i.f (ho Sinters of M.-n-v,
?!SrTv,v!Lv,l,v!,M'n('u
ITTERs
Though Shaking Like- an Aspen Lea!
With the chills and fever, the victim of miliaria
may still recover by using this celebrated site
cihc. which not only breaks up the most aggra.
yatvd attacks, hut prevent-stheir recurrence. It
iKinnnitcly preferable to ]uinine. not nnlv be
cause it does the business far more
thor«urhlv,
hutulso on account of its jwrfe.ct wholoisome
ness and invigorating action upon the entire
system. faSTW Kale hy all Druggists and
Dealers generally.
IMPORTANT TO AGENTS.
THE LIFE OF
GENERAL JAMES A. GARFIELD
By H", friend. MAJOR JifSNDY,
lwlitor N. Y.Matl,is the ONLY EDITION to
which Gen. Garheld Han given personal atten
tion or facte. Beautifully illustrated, printed
and bound, ull length steel portrait by Hall
expressly for this work.
AISWK «'^FTANTED. Liberal terms.
om,e for
complete outfit, A. 8.
BAltNKS 6l CO,*, 111 and 113 Williams St., N. Y.
II
NewYorkSun
FOR THE CAMPAIGN.
'I'M WKKKI.Y SUN will I,,. f.,mul a IIM'FUL
auxiliary by ull who are enrucstly workintr for
the reform of thfl National Government. He
lievmtf that the evil« which liave so Ion« hc«et
the country can be cuved ,nlv hy rhaiijje of
the party power. THK SUNt earnest lv SNJ»pTJS
for President uud Vicc-Prchident, HANCOCK and
hNoi.rsn.
i.rsii
In order that all tli whc» t-ympathize with
our purpose may most etliciently eo-operaic
with UH. we will send Tin-: WKKKJA ^C.N LOCLUBH.
or sini^le nubscriberH, ]o»t jiaid, for twenty
vfte oents for the next three months.
AddreHH. THE SUN. New York City.
WANTED.
A1?,
•i ACTIVE, INTELLIGENT, reliable man,
in this and other localities, to handle a re
cently patented nrtisle that sells readily to
travelers, merchants, dentists, barbers'and
families. The ncht party with small capital
can sccure a valuable agency worth $10 to sJ5 a
rfay. Address
THE TAYLOR HEAD REST CO.,
Jul&d&wlin 1KB I*ke St., Chicago, llU
AGENTS WANTED* FOR the fastest Rolling
Book of the age,
Foundations of Success,
BUSINESS AND SOCIAL FOHMS.
The laws of trade, legal forms, how to trans
act buHincHR, valuable tables, social etiquette.
Parliamentary UBaget 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-dAw2m St. Jjouis, Missouri.
Anciitlrrlv Nrwaixl poniivclv ritrcti^
Rrmrdy for thr tprpilv an! t'onuiiinit
cure of Bcininal Cmiouious aud Impotdnoy iiic -mly
tru. »»», tii.,
firaa«
Api'li«"*t"x* tu fl.t pti(n-p*( Prtit (tli« !»'.«» TUft
ju* "t "is rtsi«dj K.iMnJH wiib JO I«ID ut LIUS Qicnlctic^, NI tn« not
toUrftr* •till UM PTINUHT llfu. Thk« m«U tr*ktn«di B4I
fooO lb. i«it In Vtry Mitrr* m««. and m* fr.ieuo«rl nvori*. TLrre
up nonf.nic .lmai thlt prr|i«rMVia. IfMltMt .literrMMNt MbU«
ni«r it.* ihtl will fir* parrrot tMUUci^n. i« cvi«
by Oi» Mxliml I'rofeMton l» b« llip «i«t rkl4i«l intKin tii 1*eor«
•r*4 of trk. tiitl eurin th« ttry trr«tl«ni itouHr. *Tn llnnrdr
1 M.
JUrLrt »«d Will wtirfl.. UT. I.OIHK. Mil.
Time Books
F«H WKEK OK MONTH, for «lc «t I ho IVi.*
and DakoUJan counting rtmm
BURLEIGH'S BLOCK,
liroadway. Yankton. I).
lCs(iil)liK)K{
G-eorgpe T^T'o^an.©2:,
1
pany. Itt'jmirinu "Full kimlH promptly "o.£,II,,M' ^"r,lt
.-A*ceica.ez2CL3r
-Of TIIK-
Yankton, Dakota Territory.
T^3SHWe_
4k jc^fcr
FteK?r^'Mumw'jjs. r»* "Mxi
U"'
aiu^.IK
Sente-ul-r
"ho',i !uL'f1
Murk* 1 *'.'!!!!!!!."!!!!!!!!!
Sinking LCHKOIIH
Drawing IJCAKOHS
Painting
Planting in Oil ..!!!*!!!'.,! 1
Artificial Fruit and Wax Floworn.i.'i.J!.*
Lace Work
,lml
i™i
Bed and joddini^
1l"'lirst w"('k
l:1!.,."lic
1,,,1il!f
S|, SS10N_Ji,mnl
CaT'Day School opens the lirst weok in September n'}so. V?:,V
KOSEDIiij
AOOHJ? SI0V"£3.
GET THE BEST!
mo®,
v/&r^v%r3
LEAD m, 0TIII1S!
Every Style & Price.
GuiirantoHI ITnequaio1
For-
OPERATION,
&
1800.
to
fnr
£3TA«nit for th* tirciieliliin'lin^ J'AliKEU GUN.
Lalhn-Raiul powder Cm
Fobrnnrv.
U1C""' wiui-
Tuition, including Vocal Music class, Needle work mid
Fifty Newspapers.
ECOMOMT,
rnmhmurr
Kt. 4 (luUi«,Mn 1 IM nu ilj,
•"•n »«rs
».U ,hiinnw .«l
W9m4 fc. Mrt |l»|
»,«l attyWtUkk ar r«k h* t* BI.M, IM fll. I
mamrVS^EMEDV CO^'Q^HE MIST'S',
and
WORKWhawshbp.
•.••WHIIIIIIIIII. II W—IIWIWU.
l-ovrwoaaoiitB tind Conrcnioscss found la
110 others.
Always Reiiabie.
POPULAR EVERYWHERE.
S'or £ulo in Every C.-.ty atu ToTri
in llio Ujutcd UiutoB.
MM
MKD1CAL.
UNLIKE PILLS
And THE usual Pargatlve*, IN pluasaat to take,
And will prove ut once the rnont ftott-nl and litrtnleM
N.ratrui B«m»VHtor H»d i'lmnwr that hu ynt
litM-ji lironitht to |iili|io notice. For 4!otM(lM*
(Ion, mil»iuiutH, UrMf lf, PUn, tudaU
aitor'lsm nruin from an otntrurteri ttale nj tk* ivtlem,
ii i* incotnimrably thu bttl curative extant. Avoid ita
ilalioiiH IuhihI on aetilua thp article cnlind for.
TROI'lorKVIT LAXATKVK
BEFORE PURCHASINO ANY FORM or SO-C*LIEO
ELECTRIC BELT
Hand, or Appliancerez/rencnteiitoeuro Kervnun.Chromc
mid Mtociul Di»oa«es nend to the PCIA'KRMACiJER
OAbVAXIC CO., Kt \v Yorlc, N. V., Cincinnati, 0., or
ban 1-riinrinro, Tal., for tlii-ir fr rnniphtvt and
•'Thf Kli»««irif* lteviiw," iiu-l yoti \vil|*:iv.- «»«•, health
in *n*
CIHAV'S SriXlFlC MKOICINK.
RAOE M^v,. T,»« fi reatrSADE MARK,
I-njiHsh
«'d,v. An unfail
cure for
/,} Kfininul Weak.
New Advertisements.
For TEN DOLLARS Cash
we will insert a scvcn-linc advertisement one
week in a list of 2»U weekly newspapers, orfour
lines in a different list of 341 papers or ten
lines two weeks in a choice of cither of six
separate and distinct lists containing from 73 to
scntyVw. Address
GEO. P. HOWELL & CO., 10 Spruce St., N. Y.
.Ou
.(**
auio
JO.IKJ
111.00
10.(1)
lTi-IXi
lu.im
15777AND
10
Spruce st..
N. Y.
STK AM KLTS.
Hamburg' American Packet Company's
Weekly Line of Steamships,
Leaving New York every Thursday at
3 P. M.
For England. France and Germany.
Tickets to and fromJEuro
pnssi
YORK, or to their*Agents.
.-4
rPHK
great kin Remedy CARBOLISAJ^VE
has no etpial. having perfectly eradicated
disease, .and cured where ull other remedies
have failed. It speedily cures'" Ulcerations,
bcaly Eruptions, Itching and lritationsof the
skin and Scalp, and is a positive cure for Piles,
either itching or bleeding. Fever sores, Indol.
ent ulcers. Erysipelas, Scrofulous sores. Scald*
''ii"' Ringworm, Sore breasts. Swollen Glands
Inflamed Sore Eyes, Poisons, Boils, Chafes
Bites of Poisonous hiseets.Catarrhal affections
A valuable veterinary specific for Scratches
Wounds, Sores, Galls, Speed Cracks. It is
sure euro for poisoning from Poison hemlock
and other vegetable poisons. When applied
scalds, burns and cute it- affords immediate
relief, ami heal without leaving a scar. It will
never ferment or liecome rancid on any sore or
111 any climate, and is highly recommended and
extensively used by surgeons as a dressing for
rtesh wounds and after surgical operations.
iJn/Vi'V/.',v3K^ra^,er,ow.t,vor.v lox »f CAR
»(M JbAJjyh is black and the letters green and
the name is pressed in tin* cover of each box,
CAUBOLISOA1'
Is utiequaled for Toilet, Bath and Nursery pur
poses. it is soothing, cleansing and refreshing,
and is superior to any other soap in the world
tor healing and smoothing rough and diseased
surfaces of the skin and scalp, for cleansing
ulcers and old sores, for allaying the irritation
of sunburn, prickly heat, chaps, chafes, and
cutaneous diseases,
generally. It will be found
particularly valuable in localities where the
water is impregnated with alkaii or mineral
substances.
Pivnr'Kn1 wly -T- W. COLK A CO., Black
uiver rails, Wiscousin.
Sold in Yanktjm by SULLSAPURDY-jrhole.
sale and retail druggists.
Baltimore Female College
T,HEonly Femnle Collece in Maryland—WRf
chartered 111 1849, with the power of con
.(•rrm(! (ioi oB, and liberally endowed by the
State ,,, isno. It has new lmildinp., am
'rounds, jrnod apparatus, an able Faculty, and
"f first-class institu
tion. Board and tuiton, SMI. Misses under
twelve years Catalogues at this office.
if
IN
UCKS, SiK-rina
torhca, iiii|K
tency, and all
diseanes that
follow, and as a -vvl
eWkt
Before
TP.':!
EXPENSES TO
A E N O A
1. O. 1CKERY, Augusta, Maine
GKEO.
ZESOTXTEXjXJ
CO.
•wspaper Advertising Bureau,
•i' Ten Cents One Hundred Page
i::phlet with Lists of Newspapers
:nd Advertising Rates.
ror Ten Dollars: Four lines Inserted
one Week in Three Hundred
N. (J. BROOKS. L.D.D., President.
A tf w* and cnmplvte (JCIItK TO VVKSIMM'Ik.
cuntaUiinic Ch»pt*r« on A orurrirnt
tuniaimnic i-nipw« on A I oruPrirM Woman
hood, selection of wife .Evidence! »fVir*to
ilr, rtmperamfnti, Mrntily, AHvier to Bnd*
h, IVoMMU*. il, rj u- 1 »Uti
it .Ho."PrivateKedicsl Adviser"o» ditetwt »*.
•ulttn* rn»n» lim.ure wnul and on »eir-atiiie_th*
N *Ml. l~m rf
rfTti*
m"n*h"'
(IK
WYNN & BUCKWALTER,
Agents, Yankton.
ITsW. i««i« .U nHMm IW Rrwi'lf I* Han\
jpm m&
Sailg
put up in
tin hnxHn only. I'rice A) c*ntM. A»k your
dntst:if»t for Duitcriptive pAtfiptil«t. or a«ldrt!»H tUe pro
prieior, J. E. HKTHKRINOTOK,
nni'ark Placf, New York.
Taking.
almse, as loss of Memory, VIM- —o
versal Latitude. Pain in the Back, DimnesH of
vision, 1 ivinatirr old Aye, and many other dis
eases that lend to liihinuty or Consumption and
then a rI'ciiintnii' (jrave.
{.^"Full pjirticulars in our pamphlet, which
we UcKjre tohcnd free hy mail to everyone.
.«/*! nc bpeciiie Med wine is sold by
u||
druir-
gihts at $l ]er package, or «ix packages for *5.
or will be went free by mail on receipt of the
money byaddn .-sina iIV 1 KOIljf.NK
Z!~Q II Ue.-not. Mien.
fci» Bold iu 1 linkion evervwheo? by druggists
§nk0taiim
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PUTF0MI.
The republican party in national oon rent ton
••aembled. at the end of twenty yearn ainoe the
federal government waa committed to iu
5BeiL.?uVn^tf WPi® rf the United
State* thin bricdC report of iu adminintration.
It nupprewed a rebellion which had armed
nearly a million of men to nubvert the national
authority. It recoimtructed the union of the
stated with freedom instead of slavery aa its
corner stone. It transformed four milUona of
human being* from the likeueen of things to
the rank of citiseiw. It relievedcongreM&om
the infamous work of hunting down fturilive
slaves, and charged to aee that slavery does
not exist. It has raised the value of our oaoer
currency from 9b per cent, to the par gold? It
£r9?V» HP011 "t -ih P»y»nent in coin
for all the national obligations, and has iriven
us a currency absolutely good and equal in ev
ery part ol our extended country, it has Lifted
the credit of the nation from a point where
ler cent, bonds sold at W to that where 4 ner
•Mint, bonds t,re eagerly sought at a premium.
Under its kdministration railways have increuu
In 10
U1"w
than 82.UJU
iS.i®?',,v.yur "tfeitfn trade has increased from
#7()0,U)I),UUU to $1,15U,IJ(IU,(KJU iu the same time
and our export*,, which were $2U.UUU.UJ0 less
than our lmjwrtn in WW, were |2iM,ooo,UUrj more
than our importe in IB79. Without resorting to
louus, it has, since the war closed, defrayed the
ordinary expenses of government besides the
accruing interest of the public debt, and has
disbursed annually more than $80.(j00,uw for
pensions. It has paid ?8*y.UlU,UlU of the public
debt, •ndby refunding the balance at lower
rates hatf*Teduced the annual interest charge
from nearly $151,OUO.UUO to less than $8y,(JU),0ij0.
All the industries of the country have revived
labor is in demand, wages have increased, and
throughout the entire country there is evidence
of a coining prosperity greater than we faav
ever enjoyed. Upon this record the republican,
party asks for the continued confidence and
support ol the jKiople, and this convention sub
mits for their approval the following statement
of the principles and puiposes which will con
tinue to guide and iiinpire its eflorts:
1. We nllirm that the work of the lasttwentv
one years lias been such as to commend itself to
the favor of the nation, and that the fruits of
the costly victoj ien 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 thai the
liberties secured to this generation should be
transmitted undiminished to future genera
tions that the order established and the credit
acquired should never be impaired that the
WJUBIOIIH promised nhould bo puid that the
P,MCH reduced should be extinguished
by the lull payment of every dollur thereof that
the reviving industries should be further pro
moted, and that the commerce already so great
should be 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 betweeu the powers delegated and those
reserved is to be determined by the uational
and not the state tribunals.
S. 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
mu W.c extent of its constitutional ability.
Ahe intelligence of the nation is but the aggre
gateof the intelligence in the several states:
and the destiny of the nation must be 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 influence of sec
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 o£ each
state and also to forbid the appropriation of
public funds to the support of sectarian
schools.
5. We reaffirm the belief avowed in 1876. that
the duties levied for the purpose of 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
the states, 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, but 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 is,
and shall forever be, the grateful privilege and
sacred duty of the American people wc 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. 'Ahe influx to our shores of h-.rdes of
people who are unwilling to perform the duties
of the citizen, or to recognize the binding force
of our laws and customs, is not to be encourag
ed and believing that respectful attention
should he paid to evils complained of by our
brethren on the Pacific coast, we urge the re
newed atteution of congress to this important
question, and suggest such changes in our ex
isting treaty obligations aa will remedy these
evils.
and
H. That the purity and patriotism which
characterized the earlier career of Rutherfo
13. Hayes in peace and war, and which guided
the thoughts of our immediate predecessor to
him for a presidential candidate have
continued
to inspire him iu his career, as chief executive,
md that history will accord to his administra
tion the honors which are due to an ellicient,
iUst and courteous fulfillment of the public
jusiness. and will honor bis interpositions be
tween the people and proposed partisan laws.
7. We charge iyon the democratic party the
habitual sacrifice of patriotism and justice to a
•supreme and iusatible lust of office and patron
age. That to obtain possession of the national
itud state, governments and the control of place
and position, they have olmtructed all effortR to
pre ii)ote the purity, and to conserve the freedom
of suffrage have devised fraudulent certifica
tions and returns have labored to unseat law
fully-elected members of cougress 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 aud fraud the places of
trust given to others by the people of Maine,
aud rescued by the courage in action of Maine's
imtriotic sons have by methods vicious in
principle and tyranical in practice, attempted
partisan legislation to appropriation bills, upon
whose passage the very movements of govern
ment depeuds have advocated the principle
and sought the favor of rebellion against the
nation, and have endeavored to obliterate the
sacred memories of the war, aud to overcome
its inestimably good results—freedom and indi
vidual equality and we affirm it to be the duty
and the purjjose of the republican partv to use
all legitimate means io restore all the suites of
this union to the mosi periect harmony which
may be practicable and we submit to the prac
tical, sensible people of the United States to
say whether it would not le disastrous to the
dearest interest* of our country at this time, to
surrender the administration of the national
government to a party which seeks to overthrow
the existing policy under which we are so pros,
perous, and thus bring distrust and confusion
where there is now order, couiidcncc and hoie.
8. Ihu republican partv, adhering to the
principles affirmed by its last national conven
tion, of respect for the constitutional rules
governing appointments to office, adopts the
declaration of President Haye that the reform
of the civil service should be thorough, radical
and complete. To this end. it demands the co
operation of the legislative with the executive
departments of the government, and that cou
gress shall so legislate that fituess. ascertained
by proper practical tests, shall admit to the
public service.
Kepubllean lonnty Convention.
The republicans of Yankton county arc in
vited to meet in delegate convention at the
court house in Yankton, at 2 o'clock p. m., on
Saturday, October 9th, 18SO, for the purpose of
placing iu nomination
One member of the council
Three members of the house
One county commissioner for the first dis
trict
One county commissioner for the second
district
County Treasurer, Sheriff, Register
of Deeds.
Assessor, Judge of Probate, County Surveyor,
County Superintendent of Public SCIUKIIS,
Coroner, four Justices of the Peace and four
Constables.
The several election precincts in Yankton
county will be entitled to sixty-one delegates,
apportioned as follows:
First precinct to bt*
bounded as follows: Com
mencing oil the Missouri river, where the south
east corner of the county intersects said river
thence north along the range line, being the
east line of the county, to the southeast corner
of section 25, township 94, range 54 thence west
on section line to the range dividing ranges 54
and 55 thence south on the township line to the
Dakota river thcnce along the east bauk of
Dakota river to the Missouri river thence
along said river to the place of beginning,
being fractional townships Wand 93, lying cast
of Dakota river, and the south tier of sections
of town 91. all in range 54 This precinct will
be entitled to eight delegates. The caucus will
le held at the public school house in the village
i»f Gayville.
Second precinct to be bounded as follows
Commencing on the southeast corner of section
25. township 94. range 54, thence west on the
section line to the Dakota river thence north
erly along the east bank of said Dakota river to
the township line between townships 94 and 95,
range 55 tnence east on township line between
townships 94 and 9tt, to the line between ranges
53 and 54 thence south on range line to the
place of beginning, the same being all of town
slnn w. range 54, and ail of township 94, range
55, lying cast of Dakota river except the south
tierof sections «f said townships. This precinct
will be entitled to four delegates. The caucus
will be held at the vet»idcncc of Mr. Johnson on
the Sioux Falls road.
Third precinct to oonsist of all of townships
95 and W, of range M. This precinct will be en
titled to four delegate*. The caucus will be
held at the house of Haldo Batter, known as
Maht indahl pc«toflice.
Simjen
Fourth precinct to oonsist of aH of township
chial Troches"
sffiuaaaiitt
eotilUd Uj tferas ddntw. TIm cmumi will be
elite
Fifth precinct to consist of all of township
M, nun VL and section a I to U, indariw of
the stere of Herman Hewer, at JaaeariUe.
tttxtfattreeinct to eoosist of all of towusbim
aod m, rmtum VI. This precinet wiH be en
titled to six delegate*. The caucus will be M-f
at thelibQae of Domiakk Btoller.
Seventh precinct to consist
of ell of township
W. range S6, excepting sections
1 to 12 inclusive
ail of township v5, range 55, west of Dakota
river, and the north half of township 94, range
W. This precinct will be entitled to two dele*
fates. The caucus to be held at the boose of
eter Frantt, in section 27, township 90, range
56.
Eighth precinct to consist of all of townships
95 and W, range 57. This jprecinet will be en
titled to four delegates. The caucus to be held
at the school house' near the store of Pfeifler
Brothers.
Ninth precinct to consist of all of township
98, range 50, outside of the city of Yankton lying
west of the center of Walnut street also the
S9uth half of township 94, range 56. The pre
cinct will be entitled to twelve delegates. The
caucus to be held at Dilger1s building,
Broadway.
Tenth precinct to consist of all that part of
the city of Yankton lying east of the center of
Walnut street, and all of township 98, range 55,
except that part of section 13, which is east of
Dakota river, and all of township 98, range 54,
which is west of Dakota river also sections 88,
34, 35 and ft), township 94, range 55, and all that
part of township 94, range 55, lying west of Da
kota river. This precinct will be entitled to
twelve delegates,-- The caucus to be held at
Stone hall, in the city of Yankton.
The time for holding the caucuses in each
precinct will be on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2d.
lfl&U, at ^o'clock, p. m.
GEO. W. KINGSBURY,
CLARK 8. WEST,
PHIL K. FAULK,
MYliON BLODGfcrr,
HIHAM ELLEBMAN,
JOHN AU8KTH.
COUGHS.—Jirviichial
THE THROAT.—"JJrmcn's
Troche*"
Tp&iktm ami
find the Troches useful.
A
COUGH, COLD, CATARRH or Sore
Throat requires immediate attention, as
neglect oftentimes results in some in
curable Lung Disease.
"Brown?! Bron­
will almost invariably
give relief. Imitations are offered for
sale, many of which are injurious. The
genuine
"Bronchial Troches"
un ly in boxes.
The. .Veir lloire Se.irtua Maehine.
I have received the agency of this
Machine. The company warrant them
for five years. Call at my merchant
tailoring store and examine them before
buying elsewhere. Third street, one
door west of the Jencks hotel.
SHlLOH's"CATAHKH~aEMEDT.
A marvelous Cure for Catarrh, Diphthe
ria, Canker mouth, and Head Ache.
With each bottle there is an ingenious
nasal Injecture for the more sucessful
treatment of the complaint, without ex
tra chaige. Price 50 cts.
Jl II if GOOIIH.
FIFTY Doz. GENTS'. Ladies' and child
ren's knit under wear just received from
New York City and for sale by
THE CEWUIWE
DR. C. McLANE'S
LIVER PILLS
are not recommended as a remedy "for
all the ills that rtesh is heir to," but in
affections of the Liver, and in all Bilious
Complaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Head
ache, or diseases of that character, they
stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used pre
paratory to. or after hiking quinine. As
a simple purgative they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine arc never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid,
with the impression. McLANE'S LIVER
PILL. Each wrap|H?r bears the signa
tures of MCLANK and FLEMING BROS.
^atrJnsist U]Kn having the genuine
DR. McLAXES LIVER TILLS, pre
pared by
FLEXING BROS., IMttsbnrgh, Pa.,
the market being full of imitations of
the name Metjane, spelled differently.
l'"'
same pronunciation.
BOWEL COMPLAINTS
A SPEKm AND EFFECTUAL CORE.
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER
Has Mood the test of roniv YEARS' trial.
nii'tiior-s ai'A nick botttf.
arsoi.n «r
ALT,
mvtt^
*To«vH-V
_JHe
Bronchial
act directly on the organs of
the voice. They have an extraoidinary
effect in all disorders of the Throat and
Larynx, restoring a healthy tone when
relaxed, either irora cold or over-exer
tion of the voice, and product? a clear
and distinct ennunciation.
are sold
Thirty yearn t'.rjKi lcii« of an Old
Xurne,
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup is the
erscription of one of the best Female
Physicians and Nurses in the United
States, and has been used for thirty
years with never failing safety and suc
cess by millions of mothers and 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 fc Perkins is
on the outside wrapper.
Sold by all Medicine Dealers. 25 cents
a bottle.
KEV.
GEORGE
H. THAYER,
of Bourbon,
Ind., known to every one in that vicinity
as a most influential citizen and Chris
tian Minister of the M. E. Church,says:
"1 wish every body to know that I con
sider that both myself and wife owe our
lives to SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION CURE."
Drs. Matchett A- Francc, Physicians and
Druggists of the same place, say: "It is
having a tremendous sale, and is giving
satisfaction such as nothing else has
done. For Lame Back, Side, or Chest,
don't fail to use Shiloh's Porus Plaster.
We recommend these remedies."
I
M.
L. D.
nut-tin run*.
The Chicaco.mhmitae ft Bt ftudJUlhrar.
CREAT
,T.
•Central Committee, Yankton County.
Tro^hea'
are used with advantage to alleviate
COUGHS, SORE THROAT, HOARSENESS and
BRONCHIAL AFFECTIONS. For thirty
years these Troches have been in use,
with annually increasing favor. They
are not now 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.
.ytcU,ruBamn,8i
8. S. MXKILL,
Q«m'| Manager,
Taa Hiiti U»u o* mow ras RMM Ovkso j*» Orauraa
Chicago, Milwaukee
SAINT PAUL RAILWAY.
8IOOX CITV AND DAKOTA DIVISION.
TIME TABLE—Taking effect Sunday, August
22d, mt 12:30 o'clock, a. in.
TBAINH KOVl'Ct
WEST,
STATIONS.
PAS'NQ'B NO. l!
S S S
CHICAGO, and all points East.
ST. LOUIS, and all points South.
MIL\\ ACKEE, anaaU
Wisconsin.
Ud
GRADY.
Do You Kef (ere Iff
That iu this town there are scores of
persons passing our store every day
whose lives are made miserable by In
digestion, Dispepsia, Sour and distress
ed stomach, Liver Complaint, Consti
pation, when for 75 cte. we will sell them
Shiloh's Yitalizer, guaranteed to cure
them.
PARMER.
Bags, Iron, and all kinds of metals
bought for cash or trade, at J. C. Mor
mon's Capital street Hardware Stote.
Schoregge is serving delicious ice
cream at his Third street parlors.
Dried Buffalo Tongues at
BLATT
&
BUERDORF'S.
IS Years before'th Public
CONNECTING LINK
mx Mb «4 S5®«fT®rB
I I W I E A N O W A E 8
w-c- v£jgg
THAINH MOV'NO
I EAST SOUTH.
|P*SS'NO'BNO.2
4.40p. m. .r've1.,.YANKTON... 8.50. m.leave
SHOPS 8.55
-JAMES R1VEB. 9.10
.—OAYVIIjLE...'8/26 meet 8
[..MECKUNG.. 9L47
VERMIIJJON. 10.12
BDRBANK...:10.90 paaa 4....
ELK POINT..iW.55
JEFFERSON..111.20
McCOOK.... UA5
1.80 p. m.leave ..SIOOX CITY.. 12.00noonmrr'e
CONNECTIONS.
braska.
..At Yanktra—With ..tftvnem for all point*
tne Missouri nver. during the season of navica*
lion, and with stages for allpoinWin' Northern
Nebraska and Southern Dakota.
At
®tages forPonea, Nebrar-
«nd RichlandtDakota,
At Vermillion—with stages forLodi, Riverside
Turner, Bloomingdale, Finlay and Lincoln
Center.
^At Canton—With Chicago, Milwaukee and 8t.
Paul trains.
Going East—1.40 p. m. 3.00 p. m. 2.85 s. m.
Going West—4.30 a. m.: 10.IU p. m.
At Sioux Falls—With Worthington and Sioux
Falls trains.
Arrive, U.45 a. m. leave._l.45_p. m.
GEO. E. MERCHANT.
Superintendent.
W. C. VAN HORN.
General Superintendent
B. 8. MERRILL/
General Msnagei.
Sioux City & Pacific
RAILROAD.
I points in Southern
Snd aU
P0'"1^
iD
8out^ern
BrafcSs be^n^i^Sie^
Chicago.
For Speed, ufety and comfort is nnrarpmned.
This line is now equipped with the improved
Wentinghouse Automatic Air Brakes, mnd in the
only une running two expren trains daily b*
tween Sioux City and Chicago.
Through Time Table in Effect Jan. 1st, 1880.
EXPBESS EXPBESS
Leave St. Paul
Yankton
Sioux City
Arrive Missouri valley...
7:40 A. M.
3:30 p. m.
2:80 P. iL 5.00 a. a.
6^0 8:15
3:40 6:30
7:W 9:35
6:15 7:10
8:20 11:15
3:20 a. m. 5:40p.
10:30 9:15
8:33 9:20
12:40 p. m. 10:20
Chicago
Council Bluffs
St. Louis
Milwaukee
Des Moines
Leave Chic«^o
St. Louis
Arrive Sioux City.
CONNECTIONS.
1.. At Council Bluffs, (D. P. Tiansfer) with
Union Pacific railroad for Omaha and all points
West, with Kanras City. St. Joe & Council Bluff,
railroad for St. I»niB and all points t^outh, and
all luies diverging from U- P. Transfer..
i. At Missouri Valley with the'Chicago &
Northwestern railway for Chicago and all points
S. At Sionx City with the Hi on* City & St.
Paul, Illinois Central and Sioux City and Da
kota, steamers for the Upper Missouri River,
during navigation, and with stages for all pointi
in the Northwest.
4. At Blair with Omaha and Northern Nebras*
ka railroad for Omaha & Southern Nebraska.
5. At Fremont. Nebraska, with Union Pacific
railroad for all points West and the Pacific
coast.
6. At Oakdalo with stijes fnr O'Neil City and
all points in Northern Nebraska,
Be Sure your Tickets read via Sioux City
and Pacific Kallroad.
F. C. HILLS, p. E. ROBINSON.
Superintendent. Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agt.
«r Missjmri Valley, Iowa.
W. WKLI£, General Agent. Bioux City.
Illinois Central R. R.
Shortest Route to Chicago.
SIOUX CITY CHICAGO
Without change of Cars. Commen
cing June 1,1878.
A daily express passenger train will leave
9ioux City, Saturdays exoepted, on arrival of
train from Yankton. Leave Sioux City at 2.15
*. and arrive at Chicago at 3.20 p. x.
arrive at Sioux City the next day at U.8T A. M.
An accommodation tjain will leave
Sioux Cil
daily, exoept Sundays at 6 p. x., connecting wit
through passenger train at Fort Dodge. Pas*
sengere leaving Chicago at 9.90 P. x. arrive at
Sioux City at
6.45 A. X.
Trains going east connect at Chicago with all
Cte
r-,iU?d,' Saff»'s,. Niagara
Fails, Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore'
Waahrngton, New York, Bo.ton and all naita ol
the east.
Connections an mads at Dubuque with trains
on the Illinois Central main line, leaving Dubu
qne at IUU a. Bn arriTing at Galesbnrg at UO
P* m., Peoria, 6 p.m., Burlington at 5.W p. m.,
Book Island atgJOp. Quwqy at V. t. p. m.,
St. Louis at 7JU a. m.. and Cairo at 1.1U a. m.
^nnecting at t^iro with tjains for JUmphis,
Nashriiie. Vlcksburg, Uobtle, New Orleans ana
all parta of the south.
Oonneotiona an made at Freeport with Wat.
era Umon trains, leaving Freeport at UB p. m,
and arriving at Racine rt iJL and Milwauke.
at a.14 p. m.
Wiiaggagt Chtdui Through toaUimpox.
taut pointa.
For through tickets and information ariply at
the Illinois Central depot.
Srains run by Dabuiiue time, whieh is twenty
minutes faster than Stonx City.
JOSEPH W. TUCKER,
W. P. JUJ
1
PMBI
BT TCS CaicMo, Mttvtcni A Br. Fin fthr Co.
Go East I
TIA THW—
Chicago & Northw'rn
RAILWAY.
2,380 MILES HO AD.
It is the SHORT, svitE and SAFE ronte between
In addition to these and to
of travelers, it gives
Eating Stations at 90 cents
"d
onto. Detroit, Cleveland, Columlxu.
1L
Greater facilitie* and more idrulam
than any other road in the West.
ONLY KOAD between Oouneil
Bluffs and Chicago upon which is ran Pollaus
Palace Cars.
Steel Bail] the
Its traok is Steel Bail! Its Coaches are
finest! Its Equipment first class! Its trains i__
all( equipped with Air Brakes! Miller's Coop,
leri! and all modern improvements! all of
which combined permit fastest speed, rare and
close connections, and ererrtkiatf at
can desire to make
a Journey Qoleic,
and Comfortable.
Pullman's Sleepers sa nil Nlfht Tndasl
«*mt^ If yon
wish the best traveling accommodations you
»^e^yonr tickets (^tfckmte^wHl&Se
^«TAU Ticket Agenta ean sell yon
this road and ebeck Banal 1
free of charge.
Omaha Ticket Offices—U34
corner 14th, and at-Union depot..
Council Bluffs Ticket OfficeeHDoroer L.v—
W Pesjl street, a depot and
Union Pacific Transfer depot.
Ban Francisco Office Mb.aJUntgwairr8t.
fS^.Fpr information, foldexv. maps, etc., not
obtainable at Home ticket office, addrees any
Agent of the company, or
wTrf. 8TENNETT,
General Manager, Chicago, HL
STAGES.
Dakota Central
STAGE
tons
Brtnkarhoff tt_ Jordan, PropV
The stages of thia liae ran from Yankton to
Utica. LestemHe, Odessa, Bcotland, Maxwell,
Olivet, Whiterbnrg, Mfllttw^ Martella, Boek
port, Bosedale ana Firesteel in fifteen hours,
leaving Yankton each moraine at foot-o'clock.
The return trip is
made each, day, leaving Fire
steel at four o'clock a.m» and reaching Yankton
at seven p. m.
Horses changed everyten miles.
Passengers and
Express Goods Car
ried at Reasonable Rates.
Yankton office on Third Street, at Brinkerhoff's
barn, just west of the Merchants hotel.
er-Mitcheli office at J. O. WALRATH &
CO S. Livery stable.
YANKTON & PARKER,
DAILY STAGE.
Alail and Express Line,
Tri-weekly to Sioux Falls.
The Shortest, Best and Cheapest Line to
SIOUX FALLS.
The route lies over the finest section, of South
eru Dakota, and passes through the counties
of Yankton, Turner and Minnehaha,
touching at Marindahl, Turkey
Creek, Clsy Creek. Swan Lake,
Howard and Wall Lake.
YANKTON Office at American Ex
press Office.
SIOUX FALLS Office at the Cataract
House.
MOORE & SUMNER. Proprietors.
DAKOTA DIVISION.
WYOMINGSTAGE CO.
From Yankton
to Fort Sully,
And all intermediate points, including
Bon Homme,
Springfield,
Yankton Agency,
Oi
Manager.
C. WBI
Chicago.
im*. IHauatf,
Fort Randall,
Wheeler,
Red Lake,
Ft. Thompson,
Ft. Pierre and
Fort Sully.
1
Comfortable Coachtt and Quick Tune.
WM. KRAMER, $. P. GAMBLE,
SaperMMdut.
*A*D MMILXI CATALOGUE.
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