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Wants. |~J.IRL WANTED.—A girl competent to da general housework. Good wages paid to the right person Apply to ttttsf. GEO. UKOWN, Fourth street. For Rant. F°P® RENT—On© elegant su»t of room* in Penoinfton'ft block. Apply to JOHN L. PFN INOTOM rpO BENT—A house on Piootte street, cen taining 5 rooms. Terms $8 00 per month* U. K. BBELL, /COMFORTABLY furnished rooms for rent Enquire at tbe nortneast corner of Oedar and Seouno streets. M. P. DOWLlMCh TOwell, BENT—Hous« with fire rooms, cistern, and barn, on Sixth street between Pearl and Piootte. Will rent with er without barn. For particulars inquire of M. it. De Camp, Yankton, B. T. For Sale. tfOB SALE OB TBADE—Three cf work horses ranging from t&ree tu nine years old, one Tyler & Nissen spring wagec*, nearly new, double spring state* one Davenport sulky plow, used but little. I will sell or exchange this property at reasonable Mgnres for cattle old or young. Having lest 100 bogs I matt ^et cattle to feed my corn to. 0. EBB A PPLKS1 APPLES—A car load of Michi gan apples just reoeived at F, I. FABR'8 |?OB IALE—TRADING POST-The stook and business of a desirable Indian trading pest is offered for sale* tbe falling health of its owner compelling him to retire* The prop erty is wo- th $10,000 and will be sold for half cash, terns ou balance to suit purchaser Or, $7,000 in cash will be taken for tk« whole, Address/4Tr*der," care of Press and Dako taian editorial room. "\T®8T BB BOLD—180 acres one and a half XTX milei J. P. southeast of Oayville. Price, $859 HAYWABD, Bunker's block. Beal Estate Headquarters, M.iso«llaneous. ^JTBAYED—From the premises of the sub scriber at his barn in Yankton, en the 23tfa •f October, one red oow with a lump on her left fore shoulder, Eight or nine years old. The finder is requested to return the animal to me or give information where it may be found, for which a reasonable reward will be paid. M. B. DE OA.MP, Yankton. l^OB SALE—Four hundred aores of land, improved, ten miles from Yankton, on Clay Greek. New dwelling house 20x21, story and a half good well and spring. For teffmi apply to M. A, BAKER. Yankton. JOHNL. PENNINGTON ATIOSNBI AT LAW ileal Estate and Loan Broker, Life and Fire Insurance. ^•Office—Boom Mo* tf, Poeteffioe bloc*, Vanston. Dakota* Hugh J. Campbell, Attorney & Counselor at Law. HATE opened my office for general praotice A of tM law. Will att^p to cases in all the eeurtaofthe territory, and to general office fessiness. Office (at present) in 8gwyerTs block. Albert E. Cobby, Architect and Mechani cal Engineer, YANKTON DAKOTA PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS for Build J- infs, Iron or Wood bridges.. Plans and spe cifications furnished on the heating and venti lating of buildings by Steam, Hot water or Gas, on sanitary principles. ALBERT E. COBBY. Offioe on Walnut street. Taxidermist! If you have any Birds, Animals or Fish Yon would like mounted, take them to PRANK ft. WILCOX, Capital St., bet. 6th and 7th, YANKTON. DAKOTA |ySpecimen's left at R. M. Ward's Drug •tore will receive prompt attention. Michael JBrennan, MEAT MARKET. THIRD STREET, Between Donglas Are. and Walnut St. IANKTON DAKOTA DAN. McDEVITT, Dealer in Grooeries, Wines and Liquor*, Feed and Provision! YANKTON- DAKOTA Yankton College. VOURTH YBAIt BKQIN8 8EPTKMBEB 2, A. JL). 1885. Colle iate, Scientific and English courses. Prepamtorj depar' Sg ent. Instrumental and vocal musio. Fain and Drawing. Expenses low. JOSEPH WABD, President. Money to Loan —AT A— Fair Kate oi Interest! Oath on hand E. T.WHITE QOAL I COAX S. N. FOTLER, WHOLESALE & RETAIL Coal XDeeuIer. I M* Un good .apply of Hud and Soft Ooalo hand. Special rate, nude on oar load n. S. FOYLKR. Norman Learned, wd Seoond Hand store, Kent'a blook, Between Walnut and Douglas Av. Highest prioejpaid for 2d hand goods txm FRIDAY, NOV. 13, 1886. AIVUOJLU TIME TABLE. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Road.—Trains leave and arrive as follows: Begular passenger leaves Yankton for the east at 8:10 a. m* each day. Sundays excepted, and arrives at Yankton at 7:45 p. m, eaoh day, Sunday* excepted. The east bound train reaohes Gayvilie at 8:88 a. m., Meokling at 8:54 a. m., Vermillion at 9:18 a. m.. Bur bank at 9 a.m., Elk Point at 9:65 a. m., Jefferson at 10:26 a. m., McCook at 16:38 a, m., and Sioux City at 11:00 a. m. The regular passenger train leaves Sioux City for the west, Sundays excepted, at 5:00 p. m., HcCook at 5:24 p. m., Jefferson at 5:3ti p. m., Elk Point at 6:03 p. m., Barbank at 6:25 p. m., *7 till ah.j.. «.__»_»• m,, Vermillion atfl:4o p. m., Meckling at 7:00 p. m. Oayville at 7:17 p. m. and arrives atYanklo: 7:45 p. in at The west bound train leaves Yankton every day, Sundays exceptod, at 3:30 p. m. Otica at 4:10 p. Iiefltervule at 5:25 p. m. arrives at 8ootlandat5:30 p. m. The train from the west leaven Scotland eVery day, Sundays excepted, at 6:00 p. m, Lester ville at 6:50 p. m. Ctica at 7:15 p. m., and reaches Yankton at 8:00 p. in. Yankton Postofflce Hours and Regulations. The postoffice is opened eaoh day (Sundays excepted) at 8:00 a. m. The delivery windows close at 8.*00 p* m. The money order, postal note and registry de* partment opens at 9 a. m. and closes at 4:30 p. m. On Sundays the delivery windows are kept open from 9:45 to 10:45 a. m. The lobby of the office is open all day Sundays for tbe accom modation of persons renting lock boxes. Mails going east via C.7M. & St. P, R. R., close at :40 a. m., Sundays excepted. Malls going woBt and north via the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad close at 8:0up. m., Sundays excepted. Stage mails close at 7:00 p. m., except the St. Helena and Partington mail, which closes at 1 p. m. The eastern mail, via the 0., M. & St. P. B. R., arrives at 8:05 p. m. L. D. PALMER.P.M. RULES OP PKACTICJtt—Second Judicial District, for sale at this office. Price cents. DAKOTA REPORTS—Volamns 1 and 2— Price $5.00 eaoh. Address, BTTBY, BOWKN & KJNUS- Yankton, Dakota. L.OVAJU OJtSJEMl VA.TXOKS. All observations taken on 75th meridian time." War Department, Division of Telegrams, for the benefit of Commerce and Agriculture. Signal Service U. S. A., Yankton, Nov. Day—Time. 13, 1 a 1885. *3 Humidity.. T3 ..j 3* 7a® Hg '3 2 a State of Weather. Relative 1 .a O Telocity S A J3 1 Xea'day, 5:52p.m. 30.22 80.7 62 7 Clear do 8:52p.m. 8U.1S iib.V 88 SVT 4 0 Standard or central time. River—H.2 ft Maximum temperature 37.8. Miuimum temperature 20.2. Clear To-day, 6:52a.m. 30. 1j 24 1 90 svr 1 0 Clear ro-day, 9:52a.m. 30. SO.3 Vtt 11 Clear To-day, 1:52p.m. 30.11 87.4 ttV nw 16 0 Clear E. H. THOMPSON, Serg't Signal Corps, D. 8. A. Big Stock! Low Prices! Cox,Odiorne&Co Are now ready for the fall trade witU an IMMEKSE line of Flannels, Yarns, Cloaks, Blankets, Hosiery Ladies', Gents' and Cliild- rens' Underwear. We are determined to lead tlie van in stock and low prices. Just give us a eall. Seeing isTjeliaving-. The largest and most complete stock ot DRY GOODS ever sihown in Yankton. A fnll line of Yankton woolen mills flannels and yarns the same prioe as at the mill. COX, ODIORNE & CO. O. H. Hayes, formerly of New York and late of Mitchell, is employed at H. B. Smith's palaoe barber shop, opposite the PreBS and Dakotaian tffise. He makes a specialty of hair cattiag. Give him a trial. Hot and cold baths in con nection with the shop. Soft water, and fire in both rooms. For Sale. A fine residence sitaated on north Broadway street, Yankton, containing rix Booms, all in good condition, cellar, well and cistern, three lots snrronnded with thrifty young shade trees and a variety of fruit trees. For particulars oall on T. -J. Williams, opposite Steffin's livery, Yankton, Dak. Wynn & Buokwalter's list of heating stoves inoludes the best manufactured— the Radiant Home, Veudome, West minister, Eastern Aoorn and Burdette Parlor. These are standard patterns fdel savers and comfortable heatere. Yankton Woolen Mill. If yoa want first class, all wool iian nele, blankets, sheeting, and yarn, cheap, go to the Yankton Woolen Mill. At wholesale and retail. O. A. WHEELER, Prop. A CAR LOAD of Silver goods, suitable for presents, just receiv ed at tlie Jewelry stoi*e of K. G. CLARK & CO., Yankton Kow is the time to prepare for winter oomforts. Wynn & Buckwalter, Broad way, should be seen immediately. An extensive assortment of heating stoves just unpaoked, and pluaed on exhibition Money to Loan 011 iarm prop erty on the most favorable terms In the market and with the promptest dispatch. McKIKNEY & SCOUGAL Wynn & Buckwalter have just ar ranged a magnificent display of heaters at their Broadway store. They are the best the market affords. The Frstttest Lfciiy in Yankton Remarked to a frieDQ th« oilier day that she knew Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs was a superior remedy, as it stopped her cough instantly when o'.hers had no effect whatever. So to prove this Ralph M. Ward will guarantee it to all. Price fifty cents and $1, Trial eiae free. IMVJIIJ JJAVOXIC'S. The band will play at the rink Satur day evening. Mrs. Laura Stone celebrated her eighty-second birthday last night. Up to last night the United Sta'es grand jury had found two indiotments. Frank Hefner shipped a oar load of hogs to the Sioux City pork bouse this morning. Chairman Campbell has reoeived offi cial returns from Sully and Hoghes counties. Last night brought another mild freeze and to-day's weather has been rather of the chilly'kind. There is a shortness about the days, which is compensated only by the long ness of the nights. Mrs. Wallace J. Brace's residence, on Sixth street, will be the scene of a Christ ohuzch Bofiable this evening. The young man Emil Corrsen, who was injared on Tuesday by a fall from Porter's wagon has recovered sufficiently to be out of doors. To-day's east bound freight train could not leave Yankton, as the only available locomotive was crippled. As a result no freight train arrived from the east. The United States grand jury will hardly finish its work thiB week, though its members are holding long sessions with an early adjournment in view. 8. H. Gruber's private car (box) con taining his horse, some furniture and a barrel of Missouri river water, took its departure this morning for Florida. There is considerable anxiety on the streets these days to know if we've "heard anything from Washington.". Something is expected almost every any minute. It is said that one of Yankton's youug athletes walked six miles into the oountry and back this morning before breakfast, just for exercise. His best girl wan at the far end of the six miles. The demurrers to the indiotments in both of' the Gibbs oases, whioh were argued in the United States court yesterday, were both sustained and the famous Oibbs cases are now a thing of the past. The argument for the defend ant was ably made by Col. John Foster, of Alexandria. Do not fail to attend ^tbo [camp fire this evening at G. A. R. hall. General John Foster, of Mitohell will be there with other interesting speakers. Rem ember that the prooeeds are to be devot ed to the relief fund. Everybody is invited. Admission twenty-five cents, inoluding the bean supper. Col. John Foster presented a claim for divorce to the territorial court yesterday afternoon. Augusta Jones asked for a divorce from her husband, W. A. B. Jones, and it was granted. Cause excessive use of intoxicants. The parties are all residents of Hanson coun ty. The defendant in the oase, is a son of ex-Senator Jonos, of Iowa. The following indictments were re ported by the territorial grand jury yes terday afternoc n: Territory of Dakota vs. Chan Brock, for grand laroeny ter ritory of Dakota vs. Lawrence Joung lons, setting prairie fires territory vs. John Glurch, petit larceny territory ve. John liyan, grand laroeny territory vs. W. H. Coney, praotioing medicine with out a licence. Brook and the Jounglon, brothers were arraigned last nijjht and plead not guilty. The report of the visit to the county jail by the grand jury, found in another oolumn refleots credit upoD the effioienoy of Sheriff Brennan and of Tim Wilby, as custodian of our law breakers. Mr. Welby spends a greater part of his time attending to things in and about the basement of tbe court house and so complimentary a report is of course pleasing to him. Not alono when visited by the grand jurors, is the jail in good condtion, but at all times of the year. Senator Manderaon departed from Yankton on his south Dakota trip this morning, after a d»y and two evenings devoted to interviews with our peoDle upon the subject of statehood for south Dakota. He iB even more firmly con vinced than before of the justice of our oaase. He has gathered many facts which will be useful to him in his advo caoy of statehood and will uso them to the best effect. The senator is of the opinion that Dakota's admission will be made a political issue in congress and that it will beoome an important subject before that body. He will confer with the people of the variouB cities of south Dakota during his tour. Ordway Johnson's visit to Yankton is his first appearanoe here sihee tbe memorable days when the capital was being loosened from its moorings and many of tbe strangers attendant upon the ceremony were making arrange ments with the bapkB for any number of thousands of dollars in currency at a moment's notioe. Ordway Johnson was then a prominent factor in tbe specula tive thioug and his town of Ordway was in the field for cap ital honors with a large H. He assisted the soheme through its incipient stages, but when it came to a selection of a capital site his town was badly left. It has sinoe gone backward until it is now but a wreck of magnificent promises, all in the air. What brings its chief sponr ser to Yankton at this time is a matter of oonjeoture, though some good demo crate aBeert that be is working in the league to defeat statehood. A first class oooper wanted at the Yankton Pork Paoking house. If you want to get left (in awful good shape) call on the Jim Crow barber at Smith's Palace Barber shop. Baths in connection. $500.00 Will buy lots 16,17 and 18, block 28, on Third street, Lower Yankton. N. K. BBOWN, Burlington, Vermont. NOTICE—Take care of your stock running at large. V. N. WRIGHT. A Great Surprise Is in stole for all who une Kemp's Bal sam for the Throat and Lung*, the grea guaranteed remedy. Would you believe that it is sold on its merits and that each druggist isauthoized to refund your money by the propri»tor of this wonderful remedy if it fails Lo cure you. Ralph M. Ward has secured the agency for it. Price fifty cents and $1. Trial size free. PERSONAL. June Dix left this morning for Dead wood. Will Turner, of Springfield, is a guest at the Morrison. Bartlett Tripp returned last night from a business trip east. S. H. Gruber left thi6 morning for Florida, where he will spend the wiuter. J. J. Kavanaugh, the portrait painter of Sionx City, is registered at the Mer chants. N. J. Cramer reached borne last night from a business tour through the coun ties north. Geo. L. Beckett and Surveyor Gen eral Taylor left for Huron by this morn ing's truin. 8. M. Lindley, register of deeds of Charles Mix county, is attending court in Yankton. Miss Emma Filch reached home last night from Hurley, where she has made a long visit. L. G. Johnson, sometimes designated Ordway Johnson, is a guest at the Merchants. J. C. Jamison, adjutaut general of the state of Missouri, is in Yankton in re sponse to a oourt subpoena. Senator Manderson departed this morning for Sioux Falis, Huron, Pierre and perhaps Mitchell on a trip of ob. servation. E. S. Altman, clerk in charge of Lower Brule agency, is one of .the witnesses summoned to enlighten the United States grand jury. Miss Julia C. O'Brien, sister of E. M. O'Brien, of this city arrived last night from McGregor, la., and iB the guest of Miss Louise Luebkn. Miss Clara Miner is in tbe oity to day from her father's country residence. Evidently the life of a rustic maiden agrees with Miss Miner. B. H. Sullivan, Aurora county's olerk of the oourt, has finished his testimony before the grand jury and will leave in the morning for Plankinton. At the Morrison: J. Willetts, B. W. MoUoy, Columbus, Ohio D. 8. Eldred, Dwight PeebleB, G. '8. Waters, Sioux Oity H. G. Crane, P. A. Marsh, Chicago W. H. Turner, Springfield C. D. Jones, Independence, la. E. H. Hibbers, Yank ton county. At the Merchants: Chae. liuperti, E. L. Beatly, O. R. Betts, Chioago P. Ehranger, Harwarden, L. G. Johnson, Ordway J. J. Kavanaugh, Geo, H. Walters, C. R. Springer, 8ioux Oity R. T. Jackson, Jefferson City, Ia. W. E. Jacobs and daughter, Santee agency Mrs. A. Jones, Miss Louisa Buro, Alex andria. Itenl Estate for Sale. Three lots in east one-half of block 52, $75.00 each. Southwest corner, block 6C, 50x132, $125. Southwest corner, block 53, 50x132, $150. One lot on Douglas avenue, blook 8, $125. J. R. HANSON, Dakota Real Estate Agenoy. Call in and see I. PILES $3.00 men's Calf Shoes in button, lace and Congress. The best in the market for the money. Apples Apple.H. Choice fall apples at F. F. Farr's from $150 to 2,25 per barrel, Third and Capitol. T-wo furnished rooms for rent, on Fourth street, between Douglas and Walnut. Enquire at house. WHITE LiM£. Maquoketa Lime, choice and fresh, just re ceived. WILCOX LUMBER CO. 2d and Mulberry Sts. A Sensible Jiluil Would use tCemp'fl Balsam for the Lungs. It is curing more cases of Cougbs Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup and all Throat and Lung Troubles, than ay other medicine. The proprietor kae authorised Ralph M. Ward to refund money if after taking three-fourths of a bottle relief is not obtained. Price fifty cents and $1. Trial size lree. Grand July Inspection of tlie County Jail. The territorial grand jury made its final report this afternoon, and having finished its labors was discharged. Tbe juryprior to its discharge visited the jail, and below will be found a copy of the report mads regarding the condi tion of Sheriff Brecnan's headquarters: Yankton county grand jury room, Nov. 12, 1883—Your Honor, we the ter ritorial grand ]nry, having aoted upon all matters presented to us, beg leave to report that we have examined the jail asi find the same to be in the very best condition. The oells and bedding are clean and in our opinion everything has been done for ths health and comfort of the inmates. Respectfully eubmitted. J. E. BBDOE, Foreman. A Dreadful Disease. Read, pondor and profit thereby. Kemp's Balsam for tbe Throat and Lung is conceded by all who have used it to ex cel any preparation in the market as a complete Throat and Lung Healer. A1 persons affected with that dreadful dinease —Consumption—will find spedy relief and in a majority of cases a permanent cure Tbe prooielor has authoized Ralph M, Ward ti refund the money to any party who has taken three-fourths of a buttle without relief. Price Oity cents and $1. Trial size free, at Purdy & Brecbl's. The Renewal of Visor. The most important step in this process is the restoration of the fnactions of digestion and assimilation te fall and interrupted exer cise, since it is upon their activity alone that tbe system COB depend to replenish its dwind* Hag store of energy. Among tonics whioh tbe voice of the people and high professional en dorsement approve as reliable, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters has^ long been recognized as the best. Its properties as a medicated stimu lant commend it to all persons suffering from the effects of fatigue* rneutal or bodily, as an immediate means of counteracting their effects: and in ca«es where loss of vigor is at tributable to such weakening chronic causes as dyspepsia, affections of the kidneys and bladder, and the iniirmities peonltar to age, it produces permanently bcnefieinl results. Those twin obstacles to health and vigor, liver conf plaint and oonstipation, are also xemoved by it. It also prevents and oures malarial disease. NIcSIUYCUDDY'S DEFENSE. The Agent of the Oeallalas fsiveslils Version of Agency Troubles. Omaha, Neb., Nov. 10—Dr. McGilly cuddy, agent of tht Pine Ridge, Indian agenoy, Dak., who has been in Omaha to-day, says that be has been told that he is fo be superceded in the near future by another agent, but he does not propose to retire without making a fight in defense of his administration. He is thu most inspected agent in the servioe, but he still holds his place, hav ing in everv iustauoe disproved the charges maae against him. MoGilly ouddy does not favor the transfer of the Indians to the war department* He says: The presence of troops on reservations will alwayB be a source of irritation. In dians will not be oivilized by compul sion. An agent by dividing sentiment can use one band against another in stimulating an advance in material prog ress, while with soldiers the natural sen timent of opposition would huve a ten dency to bind all together in the reac tionary polioy of living at the expense of the government. I would prefer fifty Indian polioe on the reservation to a regiment of soldiers as Bnfiioient aids to the preservation of peace. My captain of police will support the government against the olaims of any ohief to su preme authority. No matter who the agent may be, bis men scattered through every Indian village ore ot once detec tives, polioemen and Boldiers, who report at once any symptoniB of outbreak be fore they have time to materialize. With no other eoldierss, in all my contests with Red Cloud and his faction, have been able to pre serve quiet at Pine Ridge with out calling once ou the military. We have two parties of malcontents, one under Red Cloud and the other progres sionists under Young-Man-Afraid-of-His Horses. Red Cloud is Beventy-four years of age. We have never reoogniised his claim to be chief of the Sioux, believing it to be dangerous to permit suob as sumption of wide-sweeping authority in a man of his nature and views. It is harmless as long as it is kept where it s. A change of agents would, however, be taken as a recognition of Red Cloud's claims and would increase his power for damage. I have recognized no head ohief, but have continually asserted the authority of the government as supreme in all questions. Tbe greater portion of the Sioux are with me and the most influential chiefs support my policy. It is a very diffioult problem, this In dian question, rendered the more diffi cult by vascillation in its treatment in years past. Tbe treaty of 1868 made near Laramie, began with the in teresting statement that "We, the gov ernment of the United States, desire peace." Uhder its provisions the Sioux seemd'tohnve the idea that they are to be perpetually fed at government ex pense, and this idea is sednously fos tered by Rod Clond and his band, who, in turn, are supported by the Indian sentimentalists of the east. If Indians are to be made harmless for damage to settlements, self-Bupporting and ad vanced in civilization, they must be first disabused of the idea that they are sovereign nations. They must under stand that the United States is supreme and that their future good depends upon their present good behavior. They must be euoouraged to keep themselves, to farm and raise stock, and the advan tages of education must be freely offered to the growing generation. Lost—A fur oape on Third street, be tween Dr. Keyes' office and the ferry landing. Finder will please leave the same at the Press and Dakotaian office. 2 A No. 1 Barbers. 2 RIVOLAS 1-3 O W Morrison House to ce E. J. LYNCH. O 95 S .AJRiBICR) 3 a SHOP. 4 Bath Rooms 4 MT. B. VALENTINE, Builder, Contractor And dealer in Masons Materials. Office and Store—Broadway Yankton, Dakota. Engines for Sale. One live horse power Engine and Boiler—Sliapley manulacterer. Second band. One fifteen horse power Engine and boiler—J. J. Coe, maker. Second hand. TPHESE ABE FIRST CLASS ENGINES complete, lieasons for selling: We have .eplaced them with larger oneB. MARTIN & ANDERSON, Dakota Iron Works Walnut street, Yankton. XJ a, "w Dakota! We can furniBh tbe Session LAWS of Dakota for the years 1879,1881 and 1883. Address, BOWEN KINGSBCBY, laaktou, Dakota. ,11' E. J. Porter & Co. Wholesale and Retail GROCERS. Headquarters FIRST CLASS GOODS BOTTOM PRICES. OAPITOL STREET, YANKTON WM. BLATT, Wholesale and Retail GROCERIES STAPLE AND FANCY. TMIRB ITMIT, TANKTON, IK T, Caya & Alder DKALEHSUN Staple and Fancy Groceries, Dried Meats, Glassware, Crockery, liTeredJtoIany part of the city free of charge. Third St., one door west of P. 0„ YANKTON DAKOTA J. O- MoT A*, Prcs't. A F. L. VANTASSEL, Sup't Excelsior Mill Co Manufacturers ot Flour, Corn Meal -AND- 2E3 -ID I Highest Cash Prioe paid for Wheat, Yankton, Dakota. J. R. SANBORN & SON Wholesale and Be tall dealers In Furniture! Mattrasses, Mirrors, Upholstered Goods, Undertaker's Goods. Union Block, Third street, Yankton ESTABLISHED 1871. Dakota Real Estate Agigncy. Farms in all Parts of Dakota Stock Banches, City Prop erty, Loans. Municipal Bonds Negotiated. J. B. HANSON: YANKTON 7 'W" White & Sharp, nsurance. Fire, Marine, Life, Acci dent, Tornado, Cy clone, Plate Glass 'Fidelity W I N S O .5:-" -vf „H*~Jjarirest Insurance aeency In Dakota. Over First National Bank, Yankton, Dakota. Twelve years experienoe. We are prepared to olaoe largo or amall lines of insurance in good companies at reasonable rates. Business respectfully solicited. W« return thanks to patrons for past favors and any future fayorswill be appregiated. WHITE & 8HABF, Yankton. University of Dakota. AT VERMILLION. Third Year begins Sept. 15tH. BOTH SEXES RECEIVED. New Dormitory ready Oct. 1. •'•"V:--: tSTTUlTION FREE .JS) at Cigars aiid Tobacco. ot WFrnit all kinds in (season. Goods de- mm tSST?or particulars address the Presidents UANK& JAMEB O. MeVAY, President. W. H. Mo\ AT, Cashier. First National Bank ,£f i\il| YANKTON, DAKOTA.? —OF— UNITED 8TATE8 DEPOSl T0JJT. CAPITAL 980,00000 SURPLUS 998,000 OO'pt Correspondents Obesioal National Bank, ^4 Neir York. Commercial National Bank, Chi caso, Illinois. Sell Exchange on all the prlnoipal cities Europe, tVColleotions receive prompt attention. Yankton Bank. Edmunds, Hudson & Co. Bankers, Yankton. We da a general Banking, Collection and Loan business, the same as National Banks. Buy and sell exchange on the principal eitte* of the United States and Europe. Speoial attention paid to collections, and re-v mitted for invariably on day of payment. Will loan money, pay taxes and sell rea estate tor non-reslaents, os favorable terms. McKinney & ScougaJy I I a Yankton, Dakota. -I/O A HOTELS. Raymond House T'X% -A. Agents for RELIABLE INSURANCE COM-'Vr. PANIES, and insure property on terms,//' avorable. EDMUNBS, HUDSON & CO. OKNEBAL BANKING BOS1NEKP Four percent. Interest allowed on deposits. Collections promptly attended to. Domestic and Foreign Ezohange bonknt and Sold. Money to loan on Farm Property. JJong time Ten per oent. Interest, and No Commission. Municipal. Securities, School Bonds, and OountT Warrants Dourht on reasonable terms. .. .J S"V'V, Yankton, Dakota, s' T. B. RAYMOND, PBOPBISTOB MEDICINAL ARTESIAN WATERposwssing most healthful medioinal properties. Exclusive property of the honse. Terms—One Dollar per day. Free bos to and front all trains. Germania House Donglaa Avenue, near Third street,fW^ Yankton, OikMs.^ ||1§ '•V •$£ 'V Wallbaum & Becker. iit«$© W PROPRIETORS. This house li the headquarters for travatat' and immigrants. Oood stabling oennectioa with the botel.