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Sioux City & Pacific
RAILROAD.
—^ifr??i««°r rS°^
St
Bioux City to
iffi1"I»
P°lnt« Ka«l.
MilwiiftrStf
V*i.1Jt"
Bou»'-
Wlaoonlin^ point* 111 Southern
^8£.°£2?- "", "',K,inU'" «uU'»™
Rl'Sf MNr^mim»*lAL*08. HOTEL AND
Sfflaaap? between Uiuuuri Valley auit
£nif r®*!1 wd comfort in unsornnmfd.
Thin lino ia now equipped with tKe iiimrov,,i
mlv l!nl1rIIM Automatic Air Drake*), and in ilia
tween jStotuTcity am? Qhfuajo.*"""' ta-
Through Time Table in Effect Jan. 1
at, 1800.
KtPBESS ExiRF.na
Lcuvo Til. I'M
111- -.
Yuiikton
Sioux :||y
Arrive Missouri Valley
Chtoutfo
Council lilutfrt...
Leave Chicago
8i. IJOIIIH
Arrive bioux City-.....,
8 30 p. m.
7:40 A. M.
2:80P. M.
tS:UI
5.00a. in,
8:15
0:«0
8:40
7:80
0:15
H:20
8:40 A. m.
10:30
8:33
12:40 p. in.
7:10
St, Lotus
Milwaukee.......
Dew Minuet*
11:15
5:40 p. tn.
H:15
9:20
10:^0
CONNECTIONS
1. At Council BlnH., (U. P. Trnnnfrr) with
Union Pacific railroad for Omulmmul all
W«Ht, wth Kfuifuu* Citj.Ht. JooA Council bluff*
railroad for St. Loin* unit all iwintn mjuth. and
all
Iiiich
diverBiiiB froiii U. 1. transfer
*.A MiHBouri Valley with the Chicago A
Northwestern railway for Chicago nnd all pointH
H. At Sioux City with tlio Sioux Citv fit
Paul, IllinoiR Central and Sioux City und Da
kota, ntfc.imern for thu Upper Mnwouri llivi
111 theKNor"lfwc"tn'
a'#
fornU
4. AtUlairwith Omaha nnd Northern Nebi-as
*°w V1'1 Houthorn Nebraska,
•n'lu'.i ™nont, Nebraska, with Union Pacitif
JoaJt
W!8t
,,mi th0
Ci*
F. C. niLLS, P. K,
I'.OIUNRON-ArI
Sujienntendcnt. A»» tCJon'l 1W
MiHKouri Valley. Iowu.
W. Wl-.LLS. General Agent. Sionx City.
Illinois Central R. R.
Shortest Route to Chicago.
SIOUX CITY8CHICAGO
Without change of Corn. Coinmen.
cmg June 1,1878.
A daily express passenger train will leave
Sioux City, Saturday* excepted, on arrival of
train from Yankton. Leave Stoux City at 2-15
11. nnd arrive at Chicago at U-'JO p. M-
Sleeping earn run through from Stoux City
Chicago, fare. $2.50 on sleeping car.
Passengers leaving Chicago, bound went, at
10 A. M., via the Illinois Central railroad, will
arrive at bioux City the next day at
11.30 a. m.
An accommodation tram will leave Sioux Citv
daily, except Sunday Rat
6 p.m..
connecting with
through passenger train at Eort Dodge. Pa*,
sengers leaving Chicago at
9.30 P. M.
Bioux City at 6.45
arrive at
a.
m.
Trains going east connect at Chicago with all
trams for Detroit, Cleveland, Buffalo, Niagara
f»llH,. Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore'
Washington, Now York, Boston and all parts of
the east.
Connections are made at Dubuque with trains
ou the llliuoiB Central maiu hue, leavingiuuu
que at U.lOa. m., arriving at iialesburg at 8=0
ui., Peona, p. in., Burhngtou at &-4U p-
Cock lslaud at U.30 p.
m.,
Quiucy at 9- 4-
Zraiuft run by Dubuque time, which is tweuty
minutes faster than bioux City.
JOSEPH V. TUCKEll.
Chicago, rrallio Manager.
W. P. JOHNSON,
General Passenger Agent, Chicago.
H. I. WttlUHT,
Agnt, bioux Citv
Go Eastl
VIA TH^-
Chicago & Northw'rn
RAILWAY.
2,380 MILES ROAD.
It is the RiionT.
ruick
and
rafr
route between
Council Hliiflrt und Chicago, Milwaukee and
all pointn Last and North.
New \ork. Philadelphia, BosUm. Warfungton.
Burtalo, PittKburgS Cincinnati. Montreal, Tor
onto. Detroit, Cleveland, Coluinbufs.
fcfifGrcater facilittCH and more advantagc^
than uny other roiui in the West.
L£^lt is the ONLY ItOAD between Council
Bluffs and Chicago upou which is run Pullman
Palace Cant.
Tn addition to theRe and to pleat*? all clasRen
of travelers, it gives first-dawn McrJs at itn
hating Stations at 50 cent* each.
Its track is Steel llail! Its Coaches arc the
finest! Its Equipment hrstclaas! Ita trains are
all equipped with Air Brakes! Miller's Coup
ler'*! and alt modern improvements! all of
which combined permit fastest- speed, sure and
close connectionH. and everything a passenger
can desire to make a journey fjulek, Pleasant
and Comfortable.
rullmau'H Sleoper* on nil Niglit Trains!
is tl.e People Favorite route. If vou
winh the best traveling accommodations you
will buy your tickets by this route aud will take
none other.
r-i^All Ticket Agents can «ell you through
Tickets via this road and check usual baggage
free of charge.
Omaha Ticket Offices—1834 Farnam street
corner 14th. nnd at Union depot.
Council Bluff* Picket Ofliocs—Corner Broad
way and Pearl street, O. &N-lVy depdtand
Uuion Pacific Transfer depot.
Ban Francisco Office—No. 2 Montgomery-St.
t?£~For information, foldeni maps, etc., not
obtainable at Homo ticket office,' address any
Agent of the company, or
SAINT PAUL RAILWAY,
SIOUX CITY AND DAKOTA DIVISION.
Time Table—1Taking effect Sunday, September
20th, 1880, at 12:80 o'clck. a. m.
TRAINH
MOVl'O
VKHT. I STATIONS.
PAS'NO NO.
!TRAINH MOV'NO
IK AST & KOlITil.
Pash'no li No.2
1]
4.30
p, m. ar've ...YANKTON... 8,40 a. m. leave
4.27 SHOPS 8.13
4.10 .JAMES UlVElt.U.OO
..
,G A YV1LLK.
8.54
.Jo.
10
.JAMES UlVElt .U.OO
..
,G A YV1LLK.
.Jo.
10
8.37 .MEOKLING.. U.3H
8,18 .VEHM1LUON. 9.57
2.50 ...BUHBANK... 10.14
2,82 ..ELK POINT.. 10,48
2.09 ..JEFKEUHON.. 11.00
1.55 ....MeCOOK.... 11.20
1.30,p. m. leave ..SIOUX CITY.. 11.45 arrive.
All trains run on St. Paul time, which is fif
teen minutes faster than \ankton time.
CONNECTIONS.
At Meckliiut—With stago for St. Jamen. Nob.,
and Swan Ijake and Maxwell City, Dakota.
At GayviUe—With stago for St. Helena. Ne
braska.
At Yankton—-With steamers for all points on
tfae Missouri nver. during the sensou of naviga
tion, and with stages for all pouit« in Northern
Nebraska and Southern Dakota.
At Elk Point—With stAgos for Ponca, Nebras
ka, and Richland, Dakota.
At Venr.i
Uion—With ttaires for Lodi, Riverside
Turner, Bloomutgdale, Jrinlay and laiu'oln
Center.
At Canton—With Chicago. Milwaukee and St.
Paul trains.
Goiug Kast—1.40p. m. Jl.OO p. m. 2.95a m.
Going Weat—4.80 a. m.:
10.90 p. m.
At Bioux Falls—With Worthingtou ami Sioux
Falls trains.
Arrive, 11.45a m. leave, 1.45p.m.
GEO. K. MERCHANT.
Superintendent.
w.
O.VA
General
IORN.
Tinlendent
S.&M1£RR—
Q«Mtal Managei.
4
a.uauiKic.
E. P. "Wilcox,
AUD
BDILDIMO HATEBUU.
QMn®"tT&d."°rt"el,t
FBrn"hed
ln
SBOOHD
MELBBKHT STS.
A
ST. CROIX LUMBER CO.
YANKTON, D. T.
-tto})-
—DEALKE8 IN—
Pine & HardWood Luinhci'
ALIO
Latli,
Ioors,
feliliiK-les,
bUNll,
"nl
&
S
Ordtrn by mail will receive prompt attenti'u
SUM. MACIUNKltY.
SAM. KAUCKER,
ill Furnisher.
MILLS.
IKON AND PORCELAIN
iu
bt. Ltouia at 7.80 a. m., aud Cairo at 4.10 a.
CouiiMUng M. Cairo wiUi tram* for MeuipUus
Nashville, Vickaburg, Mobile, Now Orleans ana
all paru of tue aoutti.
Coiiuectionu are made at Freeport with West
ern Union trains, leaving Freeport at 1-05 p.
and arriving at lUcine at D.4i, aud Milwaukee
at 0.14 p. m.
i±/"Uugyage Checked Through to all impoi.
taut points
1-or through tickets and information apply at
the Illinois Central depot.
KOLLS.
Mills and IJvators Constructed aad Drawiuu*
and Plans made, all on the most
Reasonable Terms.
tor sale,
One Circular Saw-Mill,
Call on or Addreast
SAM. KAUCHER,
Merchants Hotel, Yankton, Dakota.
STAGES.
YANKTON & PARKER
DAILY STAGE.
Mail anil Express Line,
Tri-wcekly to Sioux ialls.
The Shortest, Bent and Cheapest Line to
SIOUX FALLS.
The route lies over thciinest section of South
eru Dakota, and t)iisnes through tlie counties
of Yankton, lurner and Minnehaha,
touching at Manndahl. iurkey
Creek. Clay Creek. Swan Lake,
Howard and Wall Lake.
i'ANKTON Olhce at American Fx
press Ollice.
BIOUX FALLS Oflicc at the Cntnmct
House.
MOOKK& SUMNEIt. Piopiietors.
Dakota Central
STAGE LINE
Brinkerhoff & Jordan, Prop's.
The stages of this line run from Yankton to
Utica. Lcsterville. Odctwa, Scotland, Maxwell.
Olivet. Wliiterburg. Milltowut Martella. Rock-
feavmg
ort,
W. H. 8TENNETT,
General Paasengcr Agent.
MAHV1N HUGIlipr,
General Manugeri Cnioago, 111.
Chicago, Milwaukee
—AND—
ltosedalc ana Fircsteel in fifteen hours,
Vankton each morning at four clock.
The return trip is made each lay, leaving Kire
steel at four o^clock a. m. and reaching ^auktou
at seven p. m.
Horses changed every ten miles.
Passengers aiul
Express Goods Car­
ried at Reasonable Rates.
\ankton oflice on Third Street, at Brmkcrhoff
baru. just west of the Merchants hotel.
(^-Mitchell office at J. O. WALRATH &
CO S. Livery stable.
DAKOTA DIVISION.
\YY0M1XG~STACE CO.
From Yankton
to Fort Sully,
And all intermediate points, including
Boil Homme,
SpringlieUl,
Yankton Agency,
Fort Kandall,
Wheeler,
Red Lake,
Ft. Thompson,
Ft. Pierre and
Fort Sully.
Comfortable Couchr* and Quick Twit-.
INGEI
The Strongest, l'urcst
Cheapest and llest
ESS. JAMAICA tilNUER IS
N. K. BROWN'S.
I
The boet French Brandy used ln I
ita manufacture. I
GiyB it & trial]
TY' I "i
'V
Pine Lumber
IhoueixI
mi
Blinds,
Iiuilliii«r
Paper
W('towild
LEFFLE
WATER WHEEL
A SPECIALTY.
New Proccus and
rJrA
UNLIKE PILLS
Aad the asaal Purgatives, N pleMaat to Uke.
And will at
onc^i
tfis
tfoifA only, i'rlof Hi oentn. Aik your
for buttcrijitive Pamphlet, or addr«M th» oro
|-n«ior, J. K. IIBTUKRINGTON.
36 Park Place. N«w ork-
Befom PuncHtsmo ANY FORM
Leaving New York every Thursday at 3 P. U.
For England. France and Germany.
Ticketn to and from Europe at lowest rates. For
paasage apply to C. B. RICHARD A CO., Gen.
eral Passenger Agents, 61 BROADWAY, NEW
YORK, or to their Agents.
rpHE great kin Remedy CARBOLISALVE
-1- has no equal, having perfectly eradicated
disease, and cured where all other remedies
have failed. It speedily cures Ulcerations,
Scaly hruptions, Itching and Iritations of the
skin and Scalp, and is a positive cure for Piles,
either itching or bleeding. Fever sores. Indol
ent ulcers. Erysipelas. Scrofulous sores. Scald
head, Ringworm. Sore breasts. Swollen Glands,
Inflamed Sore hves. Poisons. Boils. Chafes.
Bites of Poisouous liisccts.Catarrhal affections.
A valuable veterinary six»cihc for Scratches.
Wounds, Sores, Galls. Speed Cracks. It is a
sure cure for poisoning from Poison hemlock
and other vegetable poisons. When applied to
scalds, burns und cuts it afTords immediate
relief, and heal without leaving a scar. It will
never ferment or become rancid on any sore or
in any climate, and is lughlv recomihendcd and
extensively used by surgeons as a dressing for
flesh wounds and after surgical operations.
(•aution.—The wrapjer on every box of CAR.
BOL1SALVK is black and the letters green aud
the name is pressed the cover of each box
A It
ISOT-1
SO A
Is unequaled for Toilet. Bath and Nursery pur
poses. It is soothing, cleansing and refreshing,
and is superior to any other soap in the world
for 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 alkan or mineral
substances.
Prepared only by J. W. COLE & CO.. Black
River tails, Wisconsin.
Sold in Yaukton by MILLS&PURDY. whole,
sale and retail druggists.
Jailg
mMt
MfMmm|£(ivp
potent and bifalm
ttimovmtor sod CUsnwr thst bu j«t
iMttD lirouulit to public notkes. For tfeaMftiM*
tlMi Blflonaai«aa» W^iwlsi, PUm, muTS
&*or<Ur» nruinp from obitrueUd itaU of the nttUm.
It IR Iii:imijmr*bly th bat mralit* extant. Avoid im
ItaiioiiH liiHiNt nn CHltiiig t)i« srticlr cAllttd for.
tropiofriiit Laxative
put up
in
of 8o-Om.ieo
ELECTRIC BELT.
Bund, or Appliance r7rM*nf«ftrcur«I»f»rvouii.ChrotKS
DlfHfSSPH, »fn«l tolh« I'ULVKKMACHEK
(•ALVANIC 0., Nuw Vorlc. N. Y.. Cincinnati, O., or
&»'• Paiiiiilik't and
"Th« Elpoiric hi
ami tnniifii. Tii" I'
Utllf Klfl'lrlr pp)
.. amp
mul yon willflfivc lime, Aeo/fft
nlti 'Imlprfl in Off**
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
RADEM4KV.
T||fl Gp
„atTRADE
KiikIIKI) KCIII
«'dy. An unfail.
ing cure for
Seminal Weak
ness, Sperma
torhea, lmjo.
tency, and all
diaeascK that,
VAf/viMk follow, and ax a
Deioro xah,...,, Kequenceof HelTAftov ToViv»»
abuse, as loss of memory. Uni-^^^ iftalllg,
yersal Lamitude, Pain the Back. Dimness of
Vision. Pr«matu-« old Age, and many other dis
eases that lend to Insanity or Consumption and
then a Premature Grave.
fcC^Full particular* in our pamphlet, which
free by mail to evervone-
rhc bpfrcilu Medicine
ik
sold Ijv all drug*
gihta at) per package, f»r six packages for $5
oi will ho sent free by mail on receipt of tne
money by addressing ll l. K,t .1IDKINF
.. M'-rt'^inlH Detroit. Mien.
W Bold in iaukto:i evei vwlifre by druggists
GEO. IE5.
2SO*WElL.3L
dc CO.
Jtwspsper
cr
GRADUAL REDUCTION
Advertising Bureau,
Ten Cents One Hundred Page
amp'nlet with
Lists of Newspaper*
:nd
Advertising Rates.
For Ten Dollars: Four lines Inserted
one Week in Three Hundred and
Fifty Newspapers.
10
Spruce st..
N. Y.
STEAMERS.
Hamburg American Packet Company'*
Weekly Line of Steamships,
iPgfcH An entire!* New and positively effective
A".. ,1 Ktmedr for the tared* and Mrmaoent
mstdy ftltfitded with a* Mia or tseoaTtniaer*.
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Agent. SuperintORdc.it.
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WEDNEHDAY, OO'JDBEU 13, I860.
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PLATFORM.
The republican party in national convention
asnenibled, at the end of twenty years since the
federal government wan committed to its
charge, submits to the people of the United
States this brief report of it* administration.
It suppressed a rebellion which had armed
nearly a million ot men to subvert the national
authority. It reconstructed the union of the
states with freedom instead of slavery as its
cornerstone. It transformed four millions of
human beings from the likeness of things to
the rank of citizens. It relieved congrcsH from
the infamous work of hunting down fugitive
slaves^ and charged it to see that sluvery does
not exist. It has raised the value of our paper
currency from 88 per cent, to the par gold, it
has restored upon a solid basis payment in coin
for all the national obligations, and has given
us a currency absolutely good and equal in ev
ery part of our extended country. It has I ift«d
the credit of the nation from a point where ti
per cent, bonds sold at 80 to that where 4 per
cent, bonds re eagerly sought at a premium
Under its administration railways have increas
ed from ai.mXLmiles INK) to more than Kiuuo
in 18?fl. Our foreign trade has increased from
t7UU,UUU,UU0 to «1,150,UU0.UX) in the same time,
and our export*, which were #2n.(j*u*j0 Jess
than our imports in lbMJ. were ftM.UUO.UiA) more
than our imports in lsTU. Without resorting to
loans, 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 $WMJU0UUi for
pensions. It has paid $888.0UU.(JH) of the public
debt, and by refuuding the balance at lower
rates has redueed the unntiai interest charge
from nearly to less than $89.(XJU(IUU
All the industries of the country huve revived,
labor Is iu demand, wuges have increased, and
throughout the entire country there is evidence
of a coming prosperity greater than we have
ever enjoyed. Upon this record the republican
party asks for the continued confidence and
support of the people, and this convention sub
mits for their approval the following statement
of the principles and purposes which will con
tinue to guide und inspire its efforts:
1. We athrin that the work of the lost twenty
one years has been snch as to commend itself to
the tavor of the nation, and that the fruits of
Jtc costly victories which we have achieved
.hrough immense difficulties should le preserv
ed that the peace regained should be cherish
ed that the dissevered union now happily
restored should be perpetuated, and that the
lilerties 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
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 be steadily encouraged.
I. 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, hut the bounda
ry between the powers delegated and those
reserved is to be determined by the national
und not the suite tribunals.
4. Ihe 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
ilie intelligence of the nation is but the aggre
gate of the intelligence in the several states
aud the destiny of the nation must be guided.
not by the genius of any oue state, but by the
gemuh of all.
4, 1
lie constitution wisely forbids congress
to make auy law respecting an establishment of
religion, but it is idle to hope that the nation
can be protected against the influence of hec
tarianism while each state is exposed to it«
domination. We therefore recommend that
the constitution be so amended as to lav thu
same prohibition upon the legislature of i'.ach
state, aud also to torbid the appropriation oi
public lunds to the support ol sectarian
schools.
5. We realhrin the belief avowed lxTii. that
the duties levntd tor the purpose of revenue
should so discriminate as to favor American
labor that no further grant ot the public
domain should he 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.
teetion accorded to a citizen of American birili
must be secured to citizens ny American adula
tion. That we esteem it the duty of congrcss
to develop and improve our water courses and
harbors, but insist that further subsidies to
private corporations roust cease that ttie 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 siuce
their final victory. Their perpetual honor is.
and shall forever be, the grateful privilege and
sacred duty of the American people: we wel
come to the benefits aud 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 influx to our shores of h..rdes of
people who are unwilling to perform the duties
of tueoitisen, or to recognize the binding force
of our laws and customs, is not to be encourag
ed and believing that respectful attention
should be paid to evils complained of by our
brethren on the Pacific coast, we urge the re
newed attention of congress to this important
question, and suggest sucu changes in our ex
isting treaty obligations as will remedy these
evils.
That the purity and patriotism which
characterized the earlier career of Rutherfo.d
B. Hayes in peace and war. and which guided
the thoughts of our immediate predecessor to
him for a presidential candidate havecontmued
to inspire bun iu his career, as chief executive,
and that history will accord to his administra
tion the honors which are due to an eihcient.
list and courteous fulfillment of the public
usiness. and will honor his interpositions be
tweeu the people and proposed partisan laws.
7. We charge apon the democratic party the
habitual sacrifice of patriotism and justice to a
supreme and msatible lust of othceand patron
age. That to obtain possession of the national
and state governments aud the control of place
and position, they have obstructed all efforts to
promote the purity,
and to conserve the
freedom
of suffrage have devised fraudulent certifica
tions and returns have labored to unseat law
fullv^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 b.v the people of Maine
and rescued by the courage in action of Maine
patriotic Bons have by methods vicious in
principle aud tyranical in practice, attempted
partisan legislation to appropriation bills, upou
whose passage the very movements of govern
ment depends have advocated the principle
and sought the favor of rebellion against the
nation, and have endeavored to obliterate the
sacred memories of the war. and to overcome
its inestimably good results—freedom and indi
vidual equality and we afhrm it to be the duty
and the purpose of the repubheau part.v to use
all legitimate means to restore all the suites of
this uuion to the most perfect harmony which
may be practicable: and w'e submit to the prac
tical. sensible people of the United States to
say whether it would not be disastrous to the
dearest intercuts of our country at this tunc, to
surrender the admuustration of the uatioual
government ton 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, confidence aud hope.
H. The republican jmrtv. adhering to the
principles atiirmed by its last national conven
tion. ot respect for the constitutional rules
governing appointment# to olhce. adopts the
declaration of President Hayc that the reform
of the cml service slmuld )e 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
rress shall so legislate that fitness, ascertained
jy proper practical tests, shall admit to the
public service.
A MOTHER'S WOE.
A
Philadelphia mother, Mrs. Carrie
Newt-ou, pressed
sale lier daughter,poverty,
A
cli.au. A family neoaaatty
Iiinn HiMiiiirl
by offers for
14
whom she
). «T. 8^» bj sail, Mlad
a gfo.f AaaMaka) tlMtratiaaa.vkl.ti
riM« lb. al«rt*al that ifc.r Ma to rwM«d a*4
4aU«* *T nr.. MAI. aa If ami tlM. Hm* Mala* t- nam*.
HARRIS REMEDY CO. Mfl CHEMI8T8*
a
years of age,
in licr advertisement, is
"cultured,Bays
amiable aud of prepossessing
appearance." Mrs. Newton formerly
lived in Indiana, has recently lost her
husband and
is an invalid.
She find
home with friends for herself,can
daughter she claims
MKIIICAL.
4~
but her
an incumbrance,
is
and she desires to dispose
of
This
Rev. George
ln nn.
au.
her
some kind christian family" for
Years before the 1'nblic
THE GENUINE
DR.C.McLANES
LITER PILLS
are not recommended us a remedv "for
all the ills that flesh is heir to. bnt in
ufleetionsi of the Liver, und in all Hthous
Complaints, Dysjtepsiu. and bick Head
ache, or diseases of that character, they
stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used pre
paratory to. orafter taking(juinine. As
a simple purgative thev are unejualed.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid.
"With the impression. McLAMvh 1,1 KK
1'JLL. bach wrapper bears the signa
tures of McLank and I* lrmixo Jlitos.
'-Insist upon having the genuine
D„.
r. McLANE'S LIVKlt J'JLLS. pre
pared by
FMiMIXG HKOS., I'itf^burglL, Pa.,
the market being full of imitations of
the name JhrtMne., spelled differently
mie pronunciation.
STOMACH
*ITTERs
The accumulated evidence of nearly thirty
years show that the Bitters is a certain remedy
for malarial disease, as well as its surest pre
ventative: that it eradicates dyspepsia, consti
pation. hvei complaint and nervousness, coun
teracts a tendency to gout, rheumatism, urinary
and uterine disorders, that it imparts vigor to
the feeble, and cheers the mind while it m-
Igorates the body.
Cantor sale by all Druggists and Dealers
generally.
HIDES & FlllS.
EIR & LUEBKE
DEALERS IN
HIDES, FURS,
Leather
A N I N I N S
THIRD STREET
Yankton,
SG00
The she proposes to pay debts
with.money
is a
sad case for the city
"brotherly
love."
Thayer,of Bourbon
H.
Ind., known toevery one in that vicinity
as a most influential citizen and Chris
tian Minister

the
umi1
aaj a4diM^aa4 awanaitoai that la*]
"ill laaa auwwtluaj latWe ai^aiac*
??•_
6t)
M. 13.
"I
Church,says
wiBh every body to know that
a a.
I
SUPERIOR
SoEd by
Dakota
SOW EL COMPLAINTS
A SPEL-M AND EFFECTUAL CD 11E.
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER
lias stood ho test of
Baltimore Female College
qpHE only Female ColleRe in Marvlnnd—wa
chartered in 1849. with the power of con
fcrring degrees, and liberullv endowed by tin
State I8to). It has new buildings, mnph
gnund«, good apparatus, an able Faeultv. and
all the Appointments of a hrst-elass iimtitu
tion. Board and tuiton. undo'
twelve yearn Catalogues at this
N. C. imooks. L.D.D.. Presidfiit.
SIliAT MA1SKKT.
FAMILY MARKET
Broadway, Yankton. Dakota
PATRICK BRENNAN
WILL SUPPLY
Fresh Meats,
Salt Meats, Fish and Game.
—)iTO OBDER$(—
con
sider that both myself and wife owe our
lives to Shiloh's Consumption Core.
Drs. Matchett
&
France, Physicians
Druggists of the same place, say:
"aud
It
having a tremendous sole, and is giving
satisfaction such as nothing else has
done. For Lame Back, Side, or Chest
don't fail to use Sluloh
'S
Porus Plaster,
these remedies."
rocoumieiul
SHILOH'S
REMEDY
CATAJillH
marvelous Cure for Catarrh,
na,
Diphtli
Canker mouth, and Head Ache.
Witli
each bottle there
is an ingenious
nasal Injecture for the more
suoessful
treatment of the oomphunt, without ex
tn charge. Price GO cts.
A Full Line of Vegetables in Season
Always on hand.
MONEY FOR MORTGAGES
On Real JEstate.
THE CORBIN BANKING CO
1J
Broadway, New York,
Purchase Mortgages well secured bv first lien
upon Country BcaJ Estate at the very^est rates
d&wSm
BAND ItfSTRTJMSJJT CATAiCG-ifc
Oitr*irr f)
l'j.irutnonta.^tM .,. K« «ir. &
l«l«, Ilrj'.B. .1M
urf lit I. fSi.
:sU i.R t»-l O i- oVv
flu wn?»N« Isi fa*! Ok
f%», a"J*-
fWrr.
l.
I.\ON HRllA, ICS Suic bu. Ukoi^v, Id
TO
Largest and Boit Complete Line Manufactwed.
ADAPTED FOR BURNING ALL KINDS OF FUEL
EVERY STOVE WARRANTED A SUCCESS.
None their Equal—Acknowledged Favorites.
ALWAYS AWARDED FIRST PREMIUM.
#2?-Buy the Beit.*S4r
ACO&H STOVES.
GET THE BEST!
LEAD ALL OTHERS!
Every Style & Price.
Guaranteed Unequaled
FOR
OPERATION,
ECONOMY,
DURABILITY and
WORKMANSHIP.
Improvements and CKtronlescss Irani la
no ethers.
Always Reliable.
POPULAR EVERYWHERE.
For Sale in Every City and Tova
in the United States.
WYNN & BUCKWALTER,
Agents, Yankton.
M.ovi: AMI I KKII.
1875 1880
Incorporated Jan'y 1,1875.
Excelsior Mill Com'y
UHAMBLK. I WM. MINER.
President. I Superintendent
F. L. TAN TASSEL, Secretary.
MANUFACTURERS OF-
ionr,
koiitv years
trial.
Dirn'tot'S ui'h inch bof'le-
4)i.i'j It\ ALL D/fI C«rsTA.^
Corn Meal,
Bran,
Dealers In all Kinds of Feed.
CP-CASH PAID FOR^a
iVHEAT, CORN, OATS, &c
*Iour Tofirei*ef in all parts the
city free of charge* Coil and
•ee urn.
OHR
flour apemkt
for U9etf
CAPITAL STREET,
•YANKTON, DAKOTA
(jl'MJiRS'
ail the LEADING DEALERS!
I1KKK.
The Celebrated Jos. Schlitz
MILWAUKEE
OH DBAU6HT AT
O W N S
Third St. Sample Rooms.
Brown haTing refitted the
MERCHANTS BILLIARD PARLOR
will alao keep at that eatabliahment
Joseph Schlitz's Milwaukee Beer
ob draught.
BrownJs fseilitiei for keepinc Bev COOL
and FRESH are unequalled, and hew at all
timea prepared to
famish thu invigorating bev
erage at both of hia 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 pl&oes-
CALL AT BBOWN'8
Sample Rooms aad Billiard Parlor.
WINKS AND LIQUORS.
THE
Oldest Liquor House
IN TUB NORTHWEST.
Adler & Ohlman
WHOLESALE
Liquor Dealers
YANKTON, DAKOTA.
Keep constantly on hand the following brands
of liquors:
MeBraver's, Taylor's, Shawhan. Ander
son County, Monock and Castle Rock
KENTUCKY WHISKIES!
Alao, Our Favorite
MILLEn,
BLUE ABAB&
GOLD SPRING,
BOYD. Ac..
Which we are aellin
Ac
at very low pneea.
LI atock of
Also
Imported Wines & Liquors,
The Laxteat Stock ot
CIQ-ABS.
Ever brought to the Territory. Seidenberg's
Key West a Specialty. Sole agents for
Sclilitz's Milwaukee Beer.
By the Keg or Case.
In fact everything usually kept in a first claan
liquor ptore.
are prepared to fill orders for any quanti
ty of Winefi, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco6. and
guarantee satisfaction, and at prices lower thau
ever before.
Adler & Ohlman.
NEW YORK SUN
FOR THE CAMPAIGN.
The Weekly 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 Iting beset
the country can be cured only by a change of
the party in power. TheSun earnestly supports
for l'resideut and "Vice-President, Hancock and
English.
ln order that all those who Rvinpathise with
our pur|Mse may most efhcientlv co-operate
with us. we will send
Tub WeeklySun
toclulm.
or single subscnlx?rs. jxmt paid, for twenty*
vfte cents for the next three months.
Address, THE SUN, New York City.
Speclul Thx
Short,
SAle.
Ofiice or CitvTreasure!* Vankton-1. T..
September *Aith. lbft».
JUOTICl-. is hereby given that in pursuance of
an ordinance of the city council of the eiiv
of Yankton. D. passed and approved August
Mh, liSO. and entitled:
An Ordinanc-e. l.*vymg a Spccial Tax to
dt-fiay the cost and expenses of a bidewalk
along the north side of Third street, between
Capital street and Pine street, in the City of
Aankton. D. T."
And due notice bavnur been given of said tax
H-iug
due and in my hands for collection, and
that the same would become delinquent and
)enalty accrue on the Wth day of September
S30. the treasurer of said citv of Yankton. D.
will proceed to sell at public auction at the
ir
D.
mrt house in the cityof Yankton.on Monday
.the
eighteenth day of October, l&u, at 9 o'clock a.
tu.
of said day. all the real estate upon which
said special tax now delinquent with accrued
penalty
unpaid, for the purpose of paying
such special tax.
The following is a list of the real estate to be
sold and the amount of said special tax on each
lot, respectively:
James M. Stone, lot 9, block22, amount of tax
11*28, amount of penalty $4.13, total amount
$4.,41. Paul Stephens, lot 10. block 22, amount
of tax $ol.&4, amount of penalty $5.18, total
amount $57.02.
WM. BLATT.
Treasurer aud Collector of the Citv of Yankton,
D. Ta, ao 27, 4 11 ltt.
Notice.
Territobt of Dakota,
Officeof Sop t. of Public Instkcction,
Yankton, October 9,1880.
ANand
Institute for the county superintendents
teachers of the counties of Yankton.
Hutchinson and Bon Homme is appointed and
will be held at Yankton, in the upper room of
the tranklin (,frame) school building, commen
cing at 1:30 p. m. Monday, December 28th, 1880,
and continuing until 4 p. m. Friday. January
1st. 1881.
All the county superintendents and all teach
ers in Yankton county are requested to atteud,
and all other teachers arc solicited to be pre
sent. All are earnestly requested to be present
at the opemug hour, and to bring materials for
taking full notes.
ihe several county (superintendents are re
quired to notify teacuers of this appointment.
Wat. H. H.
BKADLK,
Superintendent.
Vubllc Notice.
wupermten-
dent of Public Schools—Countv of Yankton.
October 5th, lftso.—Public notice is hereby
piveu that pursuant to law. on Tuesday, the
2Uh mst.. commencing at o'clock a. m., I
shall olTor public examination, at the court
house in the city of Yankton, to all persons
presenting themselves as teachers for the com
mon schools of Yankton county.
T.S. DICKSON,
County Superintendent of PubUo Boh
d&wtd for Yankton
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