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SPECIAL NOTICES.
VY»nt«,
\%TA.NTED—A "woman nurse to take oharge
of an invalid. Apply to Dr. W. H- Coney,
Bunker's block, Third street.
WANTED.—A girl competent to do
general hounework. Good wages paid to
he right person Apply to
MH4. GEO, BROWN, Fourth street.
For Kent.
POR
OU
RENT.—Furnished rooms tor#»nt. In
quire at the Press and Dakotaian office.
F°P«
RENT—One elegant suit of rooms in
Pennington's block. Apply to
JOHN L. PFN ,1N»T0N.
rpO RENT—A houRe on Piootte street. oen
ta rooms. Terms $8.00 per month.
H. fci. BO
A
MOST
ELL.
/COMFORTABLY furnished rooms for rent.
itaqaire at the northeast corner of Oedar
aud Seoond streets. M. P. DOWLIwG.
For Sale.
ft^OR SALE—One sorrel horse six years old,
good to work in buggy or saddle. Can be
seen at DeOamp's stable on Walnut street. Also
one sot of harness.
if Oil SALE OR TRADE—Three span of work
horses ranging from three ta nine years old,
one Tyler & Nissen spring wagon, nearly new,
double spring seats, one Davenport sulky plow,
used but little. I will sell or exchange this
property at reasonable figures for cattle uld or
youa?. Having lost 100 uogs I must get cattle
to feed my corn to. 0. E BROOKS.
A PPLE8! APPLES—A car load of Michi
gan apples just received at F, 1. FARK'8.
BALE-TRADING POST-The stock
and business of a desirable Indian trading
post is offered for sale, the falling health of
its owner compelling him to retire. The prop
erty is woith $10,000 and will be sold for half
cash, terms on balance to suit purchaser Or,
$7,000 in cash will be taken for the whole,
Address "Trader,*1 care of Press and Dako
taian editorial room.
BE BOLD— lWacres one and a half
miles southeast of Gayviile. Price, $050
J. I7. HAYWABD, Real Estate Headquarters,
Bunker's block..
M.isoolianeous.
l^OR SALE—Four hundred acres of land,
-1- improved, ten miles from Yankton, on Olay
Greek. New dwelling house 20x24, story and a
half good well and spriug. For tef.mR apply
to M. A, BAKH'.R, Yankton.
JOHNL. PENNINGTON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Real Estate and Loan Broker,
Life and Fire Insurance.
WOfflce—Room
t&nk'-on. Dakota.
No. 6, Poatoffioe blocc,
Hugh J. Campbell,
Attorney & Counselor at Law. I
rHAVE
opened my office for general practice
of the law. Will attend to oases in all the
courts of the territory, and to general office
business.
Office (at present) in Sgwyer's block.
Albert E. Cobby,
Architect and Mechani
cal Engineer,
YANKTON DAKOTA I
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS for Build
ings, Iron or Wood bridges. Plans and ape
oifications 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 hare any
You would like mounted, take them to
FRANK G. WILCOX, Capital
St., bet. ftth and 7th,
YANKTON DAKOTA
td8T*£peosmen18 left at R. M. Ward's Drag
atore will receive prompt attention.
MEAT MARKET.
Birds, Animals or Fish COX, ODIORNE & CO.
Michael Brennan,
THIRD STREET,
Between Douglas Are. and Walnut St.
IANKTON ....DAKOTA
DAN. McDEVITT,
Dealer in
Groceries, Wines snd Liquors,
Feed and Provisions
7ANKTON DAKOTA
Yankton College.
DOCBTH YEAR BEGINS SEPTEMBER
2, A. 1). 1885. Oolletiato, Scientific
and English courses. Preparatory depart
ment. Instrumental and vocal music. Paint
ins and Drawing. Expense. low.
JOSEPH WAUD. President.
Money to Loan
—AT A—
Fair Kate ot Interest!
Oath on hand E. T.WHITB
I COALt
S. N. FOYL/ER,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
I now ban a good nupply of Hud and Boft
Uoatn band. SpMial rate* nada on oar load
H. FOIIiEB.
W. L. DOW,
-^-rcIbLltect,
Edmlson Black, Sioux Fall*
"PL&.N8, apeoificatlons and een«ral anpeiin-1
«flnni»iirw wnrk prir«#
piig mxi §a
Wuma
TUESDAY, DEO. 3, 1886.
UAIAjUOAI* TinJS TABLE.
Chicago, Milwaukee fc St. Paul Boad.—Trains
leave and arrive aa follows:
Regdlar passenger leaves Yankton for the
east at 8:10 a. m. each day. Sundays excepted,
and arrives at Yankton at 7:45 p. m, each day,
Sundays excepted.
The east bound train reaches Gayviile at 8:88
a. m., Meckiing at 8:54 a. m., Vermillion utU:lS
a. m.,Burb?-iikaty:S3a. m., Elk Point at 0:55
a. m., Jefferson atI0:& a. m., McCook at 10:88
a. m., and Sioux City at 11:00 a. m.
The regular passenger train leaves Sioux Oity
for the west, Sundays excepted, at 5:00 p. m.,
MoCook at 5:24p. m., Jefferson at 5:26 p. m.,
Elk Point at 6:08 p.m., Bur bank at 0:25 p. m.,
Vermillion at 0:40 p. m., Meckiing at 7 :l)0 p. m.,
Gayviile at 7:17 p. m. and arrives at Yankton at
7:46 p. m.
The west bound train leaves Yankton every
day, Sundays exoepted, at 3:80 p. m. Oticaat
4:10 p. Lesterville at 5:25 p. m. arrives at
Scotland at 5:80 p. m.
The train from the west leaves Scotland every
day, Sundays excepted, at 6:00 p. m. Lester
ville at 6:50 p. m. Gtica at 7:15 p. ru., and
reaches Yankton at 8:00 p. m.
Yankton Postofflce Hours and Regulations.
The pontotiice is opened eaoh day (Sundays
excepted) at 8:00 a. m.
The delivery windows close at 8 KX) p. m.
The money order, postal note and registry dc
I partment opens at«a. m. and closes at 4:30 p.
On Sundays the delivery windows are kept
J"
DAKOTA RJKPuKTS—\oiumns 1 and 2—
Price $5.00 eaoh. Address, BOWEW & KINAS
»TOf, Yankton, Dakota.
BULKS OF PRACTICE—Second Judicial
District, for sale at this otfiee. Price 25 oentB.
t,OC'Aij OHSM2H ATl&XS.
"Ail observations taken on 75th meridian time."
War Department, Division of Telegrams, for the
benefit of Commerce and Agriculture.
Signal Service U. S. A., Yankton, Dec. 2, 1885.
Day—Time.
Yee'day.E:52p.m. 80.6
do 8:52p.m. 30.24
To-day, 5:52a.m. 30.16
I To-day, 9:52a.m. 80.18
I To-day, 1:52p.m. 80.10
We are determined to
lead tho van in stock aisd
low prices. Just give us
a eall. Seeing isUielieving.
The largest aud most
complete stock ol 'DRY
GOODS ever shown in
Yankton.
A fall line of Yankton woolen mills
flannels and yarns the same prlco as
at the mill.
Farm Mortgage loans at 9 per
I cent. JTNO. L. PENNINGTOJN.
For Sule.
Bradley residence situated on north
Broadway street, Yankton, containing
rii Boom?, all in good condition, cellar,
well and cistern, three lots snrroanded
with thrifty young shade trees and a
variety of fruit trees. For particulars
call on T. J. Williams, opposite StefSn's
livery, Yankton, Dak.
Elegant Oflices,
Newly refitted in artistic style, for
I rent in Dudley's block, corner of Third
and Douglas.
Call in and see I. PILES $3.00
I men's Calf Shoes in button, iace and*
Congress. The best in the market
I for the money.
Yankton Woolen Mill.
If you want first class, all wool tlan
I nels, blankets, sheeting, and yarn, cheap,
I go to the Yankton Woolen Mill. At
wholesale and retail.
O. A. WHEELEB, Prop.
Dr. Herbert Coney'8 Announcement.
Mrs. Coney will be in attendance for
the convenience of ladies at the bath
rooms in connection with the medical
institute, Bunker's block, on Monday
and Thursday of eaoh week, between the
hours of two and five pm.
Wynn & Buokwalter' list of heating
I
stoyeB
includes the best manufactured—
the Radiant Home, Vendome, West
minister, Eastern Acorn and Burdette
Parlor. These are Btandard patterns
fuel savers and comfortable heaterB.
i.auudreHH IVantcU.
At Santee Normal Training school,
I Santee agenoy. Good work required
and good pay given. For information
and terms apply to
MBS. E. P. WILCOX,
Sixth and Mulberry StB., Yankton.
Apples, Apples.
A ear load of New York apples for Bale
I at Caya & Alder's grocery house. Call
1 and examine.
Two furnished rooms for rent, on
Fourth street, between Douglas and
Walnut. Enquire at
.house.
Ono
The lobby of the
from 9:45 to 10:45 a. in.
ice is open all day Sundays for the accom
modation of persons renting lock boxes.
Mails going east via C., M. & St. P, R. B.,
olose at 7:40 a. m., SundayR excepted.
MallR going west and north via the Chicago,
Milwaukee St. Paul railroad close at 8:Oop.
Sundays excepted.
Stage mails close at 7:00 p. m., except the
St. Helena and Bartington mail, which closes
at 1 p. m.
The eastern mail, via the C., M. & St. P. B. B.,
arrives at 8:05 p. m.
L. D. PALMER. P. M.
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88.8
85.7
31.8
47.4
582
Standard or central time.
River—10.7 ft.
Clear
Clear
Olear
Fair
Fair
E. H. THOMPSON,
Sere't Signal Corps, U. 8- A.
Big Stock! Low Prices!
Cox, Odiorne & Co
Are now ready for the fall
trade with an IMMENSE
line of Flannel*, Yarns,
Cloaks, Blankets, Hosiery
Ladies', Gents' and Child
rens' Underwear.
E. J. LYNCH.
Money to Loan ou iarin prop
erty on tlie most favorable
terms In the market and with the
promptest dispatch.
McKINNEY & SCOUGAL,
Famished
I this offioe.
room to rent. Apply at
Taxes Are I»ue.
•p^ENTisTBr. KHNTiaTRY payers are invited to eall at the ojunty
yj Dr. W. H. BHOWM, Dentist, Union blook I „«o„.
Xankton. D. T. Vreih gaa always an hand.|C31 treasurer a 0BKI8 and settle.
The taxes of 1885 are now due and tax
Week»CommeuciI18:
^Monday, Dec. 7th.
Saturday Matinee at 2 P. M,
Engagement for one week of the brilliant aud
suceeosful young Mar
Matie Williams.
Supported by the powerful
W I I A S
Little Dutchess Combination
In her latest successes, including the two
(Splendid New Comedies, writtcu express
ly for MATIE WILLIAMS, entitled
"Tlie L\ttle Duchess,".
AND
"All Fools Day."
Jlontlay, Dec.. 7, "The Little Oueliess.-
(renerAl admission 50 cents. Balcony 35
centB. Heats now reserved (except in baleon.v)
without extra charge at the PoBtoiiice Book
Store.
WILBtJK M. WILLIAMS, Mamager and Prop'r.
MITCHELL LAD18H, Business Manager,
JJiCA I tiAVOA'lVS.
November is lingering in the lap of
Deoember.
Suppar at five o'cluok at the fair.
Only 25 cents.
To-day's freight train due from the cast
did not arrive.
A business meeting of the conl com
pany was held last night.
Most of our oourt visitors have re
turned to their homes.
Steffiu'fl new bus is one of tha most
luxurious vehicles that ever traveled on
wheels.
The Northwestern traok is within
three and a half miles of Jim river
to-night.
The purchasers of tickets to the fair
to»night will have au mterest in Ave ele
gant prizes.
Cox. Odiorne & Co. have an artiatio
display of holiday goodB behind their
plate glass front.
Company E and the military bund
paraded the streets last evening in full
uniform, making a fine display.
Liveryman Powers exhibits symptoms
of embarking iu the bus line business,
provided the present facilities prove in
sufficient.
KossteuschBr is senciing out some
large aud well made photographs of his
extensive Second street brewery and
bottling works.
The investigation injthe case .of C.
Bierly for assault and battery is occu
pying the attention of Judge Congle
ton'e court this afternoon.
The Oonrad brothers did not succeed
in raising the therewith to pay the
costs in their law suit, and Yankton will
entertain them at the jail for the next
few days.
Peter Steffin started his new bus this
morning and hauled a load to the depot.
Thero is lively competition between the
two lines which threatens to result in
reduced rates or a pool.
The constitution, which has just been
copied by E. M. O'Brien, of the tele
graph college, contains twenty-Sve
thousand words. The copy made by Mr.
O'Brien will be sent to Washington.
DoCamp also received a ew bus yes
terday aud is now running tour roomy
vehicles between the depot and the city.
He has made arrangements with *both
railroad companies to cheok the incom
ing trains before their arrival.
Pat Kelly, of Turkey creek, who is in
town to day, says the farmers are etill at
work plowing their fielde. This is the
second of December, the time of the
year when easterners suppose every
thing in Dakota is frozen fast to the
earth's axis.
A. C. Jewett, a land attorney, of Ips
wich, who was indicted for forgery by
the late United States grand jury, has
been surrendered by his bondemen and
is now in the custody of the officers. He
is much distressed over his predicament
and is constantly brooding over his
troubles.
United States Marshal Maratta and
Chief Clerk Young will leave next Mon
day for Fargo, where the next term of
the United States court will be held.
From Faigo they go to Dcadwood and
from Deadwood to Bismarck, returning
to Yankton iu time for the April term of
court. They lead a wandering life, halt
ing for a time in eaoh of the cities nam
ed during the several terms of the court.
District Attorney French says the jury
term of the territorial court will not
open until after the holidays and that
the petit jury will probably be drawn
about the first of January. It seems
probable that Judge Tripp will not be
ready for active work much before that
time and in the interim the state legis
lature, of which the distriot attorney is
a member, will hold a session. So a
postponement of the term seems un
avoidable.
During the term of the United StateB
oourt just closed there were three jury
trials and three acquittals. Two defend
ants plead guilty to the indictments
brought against theip. Two cases were
dismissed on demurrers and fifty
oaseB
were dismissed on motion of the prose
outing attorney. The balance of the
calendar was continued. The term wag
not what had been expected of it, so far
as business was concerned and wound
up iu muoh less time than was antici
pated at the opening.
Judge Tripp, who left for the east
this morning, has not yet received bis
commission as ohief justice of Dakota
and it ia deemed probahle that the com
mission may not be issued until after
his ooufirmatiou by the senate. Cou
gress will meet next Monday and the
time is short. If his ad interim appoint
ment is completed by the issuance of
a commission another appointment will
have to be made to the senate next
week and another commission issued.
ness can be accomplished through one
appointment and one commission.
H. H. Smith has been putting down a
brick sidewalk on Walnut street, near
the Seoond street corner. As this is au
experiment results may be of interest.
His walk oov'erB 792 square feet and
8,750 brick were consumed in its manu
facture. The brick cost thirty dollars.
It would have taken two thousand feet of
lumber to have oovered the same ground
and this would have cost forty dollars.
The labor expense would have been
the same for both. So the brick walk is
ten dollars cheaper than a wooden walk
in the same place. The durability of
the briok walk can only be tested by
time.
The "Little Duchess" dramatio oom
pany will visit Yankton and will stay
through a week, beginning on Monday,
the 7th. Below is a dipping from the
Topeka, Kansas, Journal: 'The Little
DucheBs,' a bright, sparkling, interest
ing new drama, of the sensational society
order, was played last night at the
Grand Opera house, and greatly pleased
a fair sized audience. Iu constructing
the stoiy, aud arranging it for the stage,
the author never lost the train of his
plot, and has been very careful with the
situation of scenes. He undoubtedly
has in "The Little DuohesB" a splendid
oroduotion—a play that iB bound to be
come popular. It deserves success and
will certainly be rewarded."
An offioiul visit of the city fathers of
Mitchell has been planned which prom
ises to include Yankton. An artesian
well
baB
been oompleted at Mitchell
which spouts twenty-seven hundrod bar
rels of water in twenty-four hours. The
deluge broke loose Monday and the city
offioers, having never seen
BO
muoh
water and being undecided regarding its
habits and intentions, started early the
next morning for Aberdeen, where there
is a large artesian well. After finding
out all they oan at that place they pur
pose ooming to Yankton and interview
ing the eight or ten wells in existence
here. This being a wet trip the Mitch
ellites should be hospitably received
and the freedom of the water limits ex
tended to them.
The oontinuanoe of the ease
of the United States against J. B.
Weeks, of Huron,
waB
waB
something of a
surprise, but an explanation of the de
lay now oomes to the surface. The de
fendant was indicted a year ago by the
United States grand jury for alleged
perjury in connection with the entry of
public land. Mr. Weeks was ready to
go to trial at the term just closed, and
so
the prosecution up to a certain
stage of the proceedings. It was then
discovered that important papers on the
government side were mysteriously miss
iug. Without these papers the govern
ment could have no hope of success and as
they oanuot be found the only alterna
tive was to let the oase go over. It is
not known whether the papers were pur
loined or mislaid or lost. They are
missing and the government is not
ready for the trial.
Tlie -Yortliwestern Passcasei' Depot.
AB the new Northwestern depot is rap
idly nearing completion perhaps a de
scription of tho baildiag would be en
tertaining to the public. The groaad
plan is sixty by twenty feet in size.
The wallo are of brick, made by Henry
Waaner, of YanktoD, with a substantial
foundation, the struotnre being
sarmonnted by a shingle roof,
prcjeotmg on each side live feet over
the wall. For doors it has on the south
one through which people may enter the
building and on the north side there
are three. A platform 8 feet wide, and
GO feet long will be built on tue south
side, on the east and west ends the plat
form will be 16 feet vide, and on the
north
Bide,
a platform 14 feet wide and
180 feet in length will be constructed.
On the inside the building is divided in
to four large rooms and a vestibule or
hallway for the use of the public. The
office room is directly in the centre
aud is lighted by a large bay window
from the north. The
room is next
gentB'
eaBt
waiting
of the office. On the
west comes first the ladies' waiting room
and in the west end a baggage room.
Ticket windows open from the office in
to the two waiting rooms, and a window
opening into the vestibule will be the
business window of the agent. All these
rooms will be comfortably furnished,
well heated and lighted and in other
ways made pleasant for the public. This
makes a very comfortable building, and
the Northwestern company has done
well for Yankton in this respect. The
plasterers will probably begin work to
morrow.
For Eent—House oooapied by Major
Sharp on 3rd street. For particulars
inquire of B. li.
MCINTYIIE,
Yankton, Dakota.
At Box's vegetable stand, Third
street. Trout, whitetish and fresh her
riige, on Wednesdays, Fridays ond Sat
urdays.
Wynn. & Backwaltcr have' just ar
ranged magnificent display of beaters
at their Broadway skm\ They are the
best the market affords.
Some Fool lull People
Allow a cough to run until it gets be
yond the reach of medicine. They often
jay, Oh it will wear away, hnt in most
caaea it wears them away. Could they be
induced to try the successful medicine
called Kemp's Balsam, which we sell on a
positive guarantee to care, they woudl
immediately &ee the excellent eSect aliea
taking the first dose. Price fifty cents and
$1,00. Trial Bize free. Ralph M. Ward
lruggist.
Itenl Estate for Sale.
Three lots in east one-half of block 52,
$75.00 eaoh.
Southwest corner, block G6, 60x133,
$125.
Southwest corner, block 53, 50x132,
$150.
One lo} on Donglas avenue, block 8
$125. J. B. HANSON,
Dakota Beal Estate Agenoy.
Mows About Town.
It iB the current rtpeit about town
whereas by a little delay the whole busi-1 Kemp's Balsam for the Throat an! Lungs
is making some remarkable cure with peo,
pie who are troubled with Cougb9, Asthma
Bronchitis, and Consumption. Ralph M.
Waid will (jive any person a trial bottle
free from cost. It is guranteed to relieve
arid cure. Price fifty cents aud $1.
THE OPENING NIGHT.
Visiting Crowds Witness tlie Won
derful lHsplay at tlie Turner Hall
Bazar of lteanty.
The opening night of the militia fair
at Turuer hall last evening brought a
great deal of encouragemeut to the
ladies who have labored
Dunng tho evening the mem
bers of the militia company gave
a camp scene tableau and afterwards
exeouted the manual of arms for the en
tertainment of the audience. Their
movements were surprisingly good and
fully sustained their honors as the prize
company ot the Dakota militia. Gen
eral Dennis and several members of his
Btafif
were present in uniform, and they
appeared to be fully satisfied with the
movements of the boys.
There are several voting contests for
prizes. These did not start off very
lively, but will improve to-night. Tho
following are the several scores:
FOlt THE WAX DOLL.
Votes.
Franltie Van Tassel 5
Alexiua Scougal 22
Catherine McYay 10
Cora Gould 20
Catherine Shaw 10
FOB THE OEDAR TABLE.
FOR THE 8WOBD.
Vol *8.
Major Hinman 30
Lieutenant Hand 5
Capt. J. H. Drake 24
Capt. Hamiester 26
Lt. Col. Chandler 10
Lieut. Pennington 5
Brig. Gen. Dennis 5
This evening the fair will be con
tinued, the supper department being
open for investigation from five in the
afternoon until the close of the evening
exercises.
There will be some new specialties on
the iioor this evening for tho entertain
ment of the crowd.
Go to Guy's lunch Btand, Second
street, for wild goose, wild ducke, rab
bits, turkey, oysters and all game of the
season. Lunches and equare meals
served at aii hours.
J'MtSOXAt,.
Chief Justice Tripp went to Chicago
this morning.
J. L. Turner, of Springfield, is a guest
at the Merchants.
Commodore and John Coulson, are do
ing Sioux Oity to day.
U. S. Attorney Carland left by to
day's train for Bismarck.
Mrs. John Hornn departed by this
morning's train for Milwaukee.
Deputy Marshal Alterton, of Davison
county, epent last night in Yankton.
T. M. Jeffries, one of Huron's lively
business men, was among last night's
arrivals.
H. 8. McCartney, one of Chicago's
brightest luwyers, left this morning for
home, after a short visit in Yankton.
Captain R. W. Parker, who has been
serving on the United States petit jury,
returned to Parker, his home, to-day.
Col. W. H. Parker, of Deadwood, took
this morning's train for the east. He
will return to Yankton before going to
Deadwood.
A. C. Davis says he was premature in
stating to the reporter that he iutended
to go east to reside. In faot he has not
positively oonoluded to go at all.
A| the Morrison: E. DeiTenbach,
Pierre I. 8. Kiokert, Clifton D. P.
Putman, Sionx City Gas Gilbert, K.
W. Parker, Parker, Dak. E. F. Alterton,
Mitchell Chas. Daly, Sioux Falls J.
V. Hard, M. A. Vaughn, Vermillion
John Hablaska, Bloyd, Dak.
At the Merchants E. E. Eok, Vic
toria, B. O. F. C. Follett, St. Louis
Geo. H. Stoddard, Watertown A. H.
Palmer, Cedar Falls Jacob Brown,
Volga T. M. Jeffrie, Huron Bobt. Dor
gan, Lincoln, Neb. M. Ladish, Sioux
City T. Durgan, B. O. Hare, Kingsbury
J. L. Tamer, Springfield
A Fortunate Discovery,
Anew light iB thrown on the subject of
Consumption by Dr. Wagner Kemp, dis
coverer of Kemp's Balsam for the Throat
and Lungs. A remedy that has proved it
self to be a remarkable compouud. it
rloes its work thoroughly, Mopping a hack
ing cough instantly. Sold by Kalph M.
Ward. Price fifty cents and $1. Trial
size free. Get one.
How is the time to prepare for winter
oomforts. Wynn & Buokwalter, Broad
way, should be seen immediately. AB
extensive assortment of heating stoves
just unpacked, and placed on exhibition.
The Homeliest Mao in^Yankton
AB Well aa the handsomest, and others are
invited to call on Ralph M. Ward
get free
a
and
trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam
for the throat and lungs, a remedy that is
selling entirely npon iu merito and ie
gaaranteed
to cure and relieve all Chronic
and Acute Coughs, Acthma, Bronchitis,
and
Consumption. Price 50 eta.
end $1.09.
Tlie Grand Alms of JLlfe
Are nullities to tbto chronic invalid. What to
him are the rewards of ambition, the accumu
lation of fortune, or the fruition of domestic
happiness? The zest of life is gone, its aims
are dead. Well for him if all this is not irre
trievable—if bis malady is not of the deep,
seated organic sort which forbids hope of oure.
For many of the ills to which flesh is heir,
formerly supposed to be incurable, Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters is a sovereign remedy. Among
them aie dyspepsia, chronio constipation
rheacoatisn?, debility and nervousness. These
are remediable with the grand restorative,
wh'cb does the work thoroughly, striking at
the root of the evils to the removal of which
it is adapted By insuring activity and purity
of the bile, aud promoting a regular habit of
body, it fortifies the system against, malaria,
aiao useful aa a diuretic.
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2 A No. 1 Barbers. 2
RiVOLAS
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Morrison House
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earnestly for
its success. The hall was filled with
visitors auu the many who came and
weut were highly pleased with the dis
play and the attentions of the ladiea
whose business it was to entertain them.
The booth keepers report good sales,
muoh better than was expeoted for the
opening night.
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5
BARBER
SHOP.
4 Bath Rooms 4
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HEADQUARTERS.
PENNSYLVANIA HARD.
IOWA, soft.
OHIO, soft,
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
Telephone
And your orders will be promptly filled.
WALTER B. DEAN,
Milwaukee Depot.
Voten.
Mrs. A. E. Cobby 10
Mrs. M. P. Ohlmau 5
FOR THE WHIP.
Votes.
Wm, M. Powern 5
Peter Stefiin 7
Fred Kincel 5
Mark DeCamp 5
W M. B. VALENTINE,
Builder, Contractor
And dealer in
Masons Materials.
Office mid Store
Yaukton, Dakota.
-Broadway
Engines for Sale.
One live horse power Engine and
Boiler—Sliapley mamifucterer.
Second hand.
One fifteen liorse power Eiig-ine
and boiler—J. J. Coc, maker.
Second hand.
pHESE ABE FlltST CLA8S ENGINES
•A- complete. Reasons for selling: We have
eplaoed them -with larger ones.
MARTIN & ANDERSON,
Dakota Iron Works
Walnut street, Yankton.
City Brewery
K-AND-
Bottling Works
-OF-
C.F. Rossteuscher
Yankton, Dakota.
THE BEST LAGER
kegs also
HKER in barrels or
Bottled Beer rna"DTclim^cep
I am now ready to iill all orders, and after
forty-two yearn experience in tho brewing
haainesa. feel warranted in saying that my
BElfili WILL QIVK ENTIitK SATISFACTION.
C. 1\ K088TEU8CHEK.
JOS. SCHILTZ,
Milwaukee Beer,
On draught
GEORGE BROWN'S
Third St, Sample Booms.
BHOWN'S
facilities for
and fresh are unequalled, and!
furnish
Beer coo
.. _ie is at al
times prepared to furnish this invigorating
beverage at his popular establishment**
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Call at Brown's Sample roomnon Ttilr
jtroet when in Yankton.
GEORGE BROWN
For Sale.
On© 5-Horse power engine and
boiler in good repair, $150.
One 2-Ilorse tread power, J.
I. Case, manufacturer, almost
new, will lie sold clieap.
Just the thing to »aw wood, shell ?orn, grind
eed, pump water, grind plows, S60.06,
MARTIN & ANDERSON,
Foandry and Machine sbop, Tanktoc.
Norman Learned,
Foraitnre and Seoond Hand store, Kent's
block, between Walnut and Douglaa AT,
Highest prioe'paid for 2d hand good
Farmers, Milkmen
V"
In fgot every one having a Cow' call at
ikp
"SjfcJ
•f *-4* XT
J. C. Mormann's
And we the new prooeas for straining your
milk. Something you most hive after
seeing it. (Jail and see it at
Fidelity
W I N
CAPITAL 950,00000
BUBFLUB f85,000 00
Oorieiipondenta:

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J. C. Mormann's
HARDWARE STORE,
YANKTON-
....DAKOTA
White & Sliarp,
nsurance.
Fire, Marine, Life, Acci
dent, Tornado, Cy
clone, Plate Glass
&
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.rgesfc lnnnranoe
Over First National Bank.
apenoj
Xankto
Business respectfully solicited. We return
thanks to patrons for past favors and any
future favors mil be appreciated.
WHITE & SHARP, Yankton
HANKS.
JAMES O. MoVAY, President.
W. H. MOVAV, Cashier.
First National Bank
-OF-
YANKTON, DAKOTA.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY,
$
&
In Dakota-
ton, Dakota.
Twelve yean experience. Wo are prepared
to nlaoe larve or small lines of insurance in
good oompames at reasonable rates.
Chemical National Bank,
New York. Commercial National Bank, Ohi
caffo, Illinois.
fcV 'Bell Exohango on all the principal citien
Europe. tVOolleotioBn receive prompt
attention.
McKinney & Scougal,
a
Yankton, Dakota.
BJ-bO A. QKNEIUL BANKING BDBINEBf
Boar per oent. intereat allowed on depositor
Oollcotionii promptly attended to.
Domeatio and Foreign Ezahang. bootnt and
Sold.
llonoy to loan on Farm Property. Long tims
Ton per oent. Intereat. and No Commission.
Manioipal Securities, School Bonds, and
Oonntr Warrants nonyht on reasonable terms.'
Yankton Bank.
Edmunds, Hudson & Co,
Bankers, Yankton,
We do a general Banking, Collection and
Loan business, the samo as National Banks.
Bny and sell exohange on the principal eitlea
of the United States and Europe.
Special attention paid to oolUctions, and re
mitted for invariably on day of payment.
Will loan money, pay taxes and sell rea
estate lor non-residents, on favorable terms,-
Agents for RELIABLE INSURANCE COM-'
PANIES, and insure property on terms
avorable. EDMUNDS, HUDSON !I CO.
J. R. SANBORN & SON
Wholesale and Retail Ual.ra in
Furniture!
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Mattrasses, Mirrors,'
Upholstered Goods,
Union Blook, Third street, Yankton
*y
Undertaker's Goods.
RELIABLE SELF CURE
favorite prescription of one of the most,
noted and tuccessml soeutalacs ua the S.
now retiree) for the cure of JferrMU ftebtKlty*
L.o»t MABBCMM)* Weaknea* and fieeaf. Seat
in plain »ealed envelope Free* Druggist* «aa fill it.
I Addrast DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana* Mo»

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