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Bilk Handkerchiefs 35c, 45n, 50e, 75c,
SI,00, $1,25, $1,50, §1,75, $2,00. Fine linen and fancy embroidered Hand kerchiefs, 25c, 40c, 50o, 75o. Silk and wool Mufflers in new designs, 25o, 50o, G5o, 72c, 61,00, $1,25 to S3,00. Frenoh, English and Amerioan suspen Ohildrens' suits Wiahinu to make Christmas and New Years presents to tbeir huB'baads, fathers, brothers and children will save themselves time and trouble by visiting Attorney & Counselor at Law. 1ot HAY15 opened my office for general praotice the law. Will attend to cases in all the courts of the territory, and to general office business. Office (at present*) in Bgwyer's block. Albert E. Cobby, Architect and Mechani cal Engineer, YANKTON DAKOTA PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS for Build •A ings, Iron or Wood bridges. Piano and spe cifications furnished on the heating and venti lating of buildings by Steam, Hot water or Gas, on sanitary principles. Harry Katz's Clothing and Furnishiag goads department, which is For Holiday Presents of EVERY DESCRIPTION. In making onr selections we have studied to please all classes of people, following is a partial prue of many choice goods: THIRD STREET, Between Douglas Ave. and Walnut St. *ANlTON, ...DAKOTA DAN. McDEVITT, Dealer in Groceries, Wines snd Liquers, Feed and Provisions ANKTON_ DAKOTA Yankton College. POC8TH TEAS BEQIKS SEPTEMBER -1 2, A. D. 1885. Collegiate, Scientific and English courses. Preparatory depart ment. Instrutnental and vocal muaio- Paint img and Drawing. Expenses low. ders from 20o to $2,50 from 50o to 88.00. Fancy and White Shirts. Agent for WILSON BROS,, the best in tlio Market. We will sell you three unlaundred, best quality of shirts for JOHNL. PENNINGTON ATTORNEY AT LAW Special Sale of Boys' and Ghildrens' Clothing. Ohildrens' finest Buits $2,75, $3,75, $4,75, former price from $3,00 to $10,00. 500 STYLES OF OVERCOATS, lu cloth and far—orioe from $2,00 to $20.00—former price from $5,00 to $35,00. There is no nicer present that you can give to your boys than a nobby unit or Overcoat, besides being a useful present. Our present stock IB the Kc&l .Estate and Loan Broker, Lite and Fire Insurance. EyOflioe—Boom 1 anktou. I Largest Ever Offered for Inspection. BBIt THE STOKE, next door First National Bank. -HARRY KATZ, No. 6, Posteffioe blocK« Dakota. Hugh J. Campbell, cc ALBERT E. COBBY, ©ffice on Walnut Btreet. Taxidermist! If you have any Birds, Animals or Fish Ton would like mounted, take them to ffttANK a. WILCOX, Capital tit., bet. 6th and 7th, YANKTON DAKOTA ty'SpeoRmen's left at B. H. Ward's Drag •tore vrlll receive prompt attention. Michael Brennan, MEAT MARKET. JOSEPH WARU, President. Money to Loan —A* A— Fair Hate ot Interest! $2.00 $2,00, $2,50, S3,00. to 2 A No. 1 Barbers. 2 a RIVOLA'S ft 0 a Morrison House BARBER ft 5 SHOP. 4 B^th Rooms 4 O ZLj HEADQUARTERS. PENNSYLVANIA HARD. IOWA, solt. OHIO, soft, THE BEST IN THE MARKET. Telephone And your orders will be promptly tilled. WALTER B. DEAN, Milwaukee Depot. Engines for Sale, One live horse power Engine and Boiler—Shapley nianutiacterer. Second, hand. One fifteen horse power Engine nalv and boiler—J. J. Coe, maker. Second hand. npHESE ARE FIRST CLASS ENGINES -L complete. Reasons for selling: We have Replaced them with larger ones. MARTIN & ANDERSON, Dakota Iron Works Walnut street, Yankton. W M. B. VALENTINE, Builder, Contractor And dealer in Masons Materials. Office and Store—Broadway Yankton, Dakota. Norman Learned 0**h en hand fi. T.WHIT & Highest price'paid for 2d hand goodr. Furniture and 8econd Hand ntore, Kont'a block, between Walnut and Douglas Av. ?,y The -former price Silk Umbrellas, British Half Hose, seamless, in all shades, 20c and 25o. Extra good value. Silk and wool wristlets Linen cnllars, 15o and 20c Oelliloid and Linen cuffs. ra' £V gmljj gte Bitd fjabrtaixu TUESDAY, Di£0. 8, 1886. HAlt.KOAA* T131E TABLE. Ohicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Iioad.- Trains leave and arrive as follows: Kegular passenger loaves 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 Gayville at 8:88 a m., Meek ling at 8:54 a. m., Vermillion at 9:18 a. m., Burbunk at9:33 a.m., Elk Point at 9:55 a. m., -Jefferson at 10:26 a. m., McCook at 10:88 a. m., and Sioux City atJ '.:00 a. m. The regular passenger train leaves Siou~ Oity for the west, Sundays exoepted, at 5:00 p.m., McCook at 5:24 p. m., Jefferson at 5:36 p. m., Elk Point at 6:03 p. m., Burbank at 0:25 p. m., Vermillion attt:40 p. m., Meckling at 7:00 p. m., Gayville at 7:17 p. m. and arrives at Yankton at 7:45p. The west bound train leaves Yankton every day, Suudays excepted, at 3:30 p. m. Otioaat 4:10 p. Lesterville at 5:25 p, m. arrives at Scotland at5:39 p. m. The train from the west leaves Scotland every day, Sundays excepted, at 6:00 p. m. LeBter ville at 6:50 p. m. Otica at 7:15 p. m., and reaohes Yankton at 8:00 p. m. Yankton Postofflce Hours anl Regulations. The poRtoffioe is opened each day (Sundays exoepted) at 8:00 a. m. Tho delivery windows close at 8:00 p. m. The money order, postal note and registry de partment opens at 8 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 ollice in open all day Sundays for the accom modation of persons renting lock boxes. Mails going east via O., M. & 8t. i\ B. B., close at 7:40 a. m., Sundays excepted. Mails going webi and north via the Chicago, MilwauKeo & St. Paul railroad close at 8:0up. m., Suudays excepted. Stage mails close at 7:00 p. m., oxcept the St. Helena and Partington mail, which closes at 1 p. m. The eastern mail, via the 0., M. & St. P. B. B., arrives at 8:05 p. m. L. D. PALMEB. P. M. TURNER HALL! ONE WEEK. ONE WEEK. COMMENCING Monday, Dec. 7th. Saturday Matinee at 2 P. M. Engagament for one week of the brilliant aart sueocEsful young star Matie Williams, Supported by the powerful W I I A S Little Duchess Combination, In her latest successes, including the two Splendid New Comedies, written express ly for MATIE WILLIAMS, entitled "The Little Duchess,"? AND "All Fools Day." .Holiday* Iec. 7, ''The Little Oucheas.' WILBUR M. WILLIAMS, Manager and Prop'r. MITCHELL LAUlSH, Business Manager, General admission 50 cents. Balcony Ji5 centa. HpaU now reserved (except in balcony) without extra charge at the Pontottice Book Store. HOLIDAY GOODS We are now showing- a large line of Hoiiday Novelties and invite your early ... inspection, be- lieviug you will find something- that will please at a reasonable... price. COX, 0D10RNE & CO. MMVAij JbAVOXlVS. The city fathers held a meeting last evening. The train [from Scotland last night was several hours late. Now get out your cutters and sleigh bells and enjoy tho first enow of the season. Snow has been falling most of the day and there is nearly enough for sleighing purposes. Brennan and Russell succeeded in bagging two large wolves during yes terday's deer hunt. Paul Landmann a former Yanktonian, haB sold his Scotland hardware store to a co-operative association of grangers. The president's message crowds out other matter of interest and importance, but Cleveland's utterances will perhaps compensate for the omissions. There will be a meeting of the Yankton ohapter No. 1, R. A. M., this (Tuesday) evening, at 7:30 sharp. Full attendance required. Work in the R. A. degree. The Yankton woolen mill is receiving considerable wool every day. Where manufactured goods are takeq in ex change tor wool the mill pays five cents a ponnd more than tbe market price. Treasurer Blatt announces that a pen alty of five per cent will ibe attaohed to all taxes not paid by the first Monday in January. This is a new arrangment, the oity council having (just passed the ordinance authorizing the penalty, which is to be added to the ten per cent interest forfeited under the old law, There is economy in the prompt pay ment of oity taxes. Charles Watson, who woa indicted by tbe last territorial grand jury for aBsault with a deadly weapon with intent to commit a felony, and upon his first ar raignment pleaded not guilty, was brought into court this morning where he plead guilty. He was sentenced by the court to two yec.ru aud six months in the penitentiary at Sionx Falls, bnt by good behaviour the time will be leE- senetl. The crime was committed some time last summer, at the Germaoia bouse. Watson got into another man's room, and by flourishing a revolver was endeavoring to make the mau give np his wad, bat the clerk at the hotel got on to tha racket and spoiled Wat son's game. The oath of office was administered to Chief nstice Tripp in the clerk's office at the court house this afternoon. There were present beside Mr. Tripp, Judge Edgerton, Geo. H. Hand and clerk of the conrt E. G. Edgerton. After the ceremony Mr. Hand moved the admis sion of A. J. Edgerton as a member of the bar of Dakota, and Judge Edgerton IB now one of Dakota's able lawyers. Probably the last official act of A. J. Edgerton as chief justice of the territory was the sentenoiug of Charles Watson, at the conrt honse this forenoon. All through Judge Edgerton's administra tion as a distributor of justice the many events decided for or against some indi vidual, have been enaoted with the same laok of demonstration that the sen tencing of Watson this morning was sur rounded with. PERSONAL. N. J, Cramer is doing business in Canton to-day. General Hugh J. Campbell left this morning for Huron. Frank Hefnor made the round trip to Sioux City yesterday. Guy R. Wilbur, of Hartington, is a guest at the Merchants. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cox took this morning's train for St. Paul. Mrs. J. H. C. Young,: aud Mrs. Jos. G. Cbandler.wetit to Sioux City by this morning's train. W. J. Underwood, superintendent of thib division of the Milwaukee road, spent last night in Yankton. Tom Fliok, formerly a small boy living in Yankton, but now one of the business men of Alexandria, bus been in his old1 home during the past week. Will Campbell, son of General Hugh J. Campbell, left yesterday for Centre ville where he will engage as a teacher in one of the county schools. C. M. Reed, secretary of the state ex ecutive committee, and wife left this morning for Huro.n, where Mr. Reed will -lerve as a member of the legislature. Mrs. T. B. Burleigh, who has been visiting for some time paBt with Mrs. W. A. Burleigh, left this morning lor Leav enworth, KansaB. Mrs. W. A. Burleigh accompanied her as far as Sioux City. At the Morrison: W. M. Williams, Matie Williams, Clara Cavert, Geneyive Lowell, Iva Baker, Little Lnra, J. M. Shelby, C. H. Cavert, Frank Coy, W. E. Rice, A. L. Baker, Sioux City A. B. Yantis, Chicago A, C. Patterson, Can ton, O. At the Merchants C. D. Boyd, New York E. P. Clark, P. T, Collins, St, Louis J. M. Raymond, Raymond, D. T. John Flanagan, Centreville E. E. Hughson, St. Paul W. J. Underwood, Sioux City H. L. Baldwin and son, Chicago Guy R. Wilbur, Hartington, Neb. Xotice to Tax JPuyerw. All city taxeB become delinquent on the first Monday in January. A PENALTY or FIVE PER CEFT will be charged upon ali taxes that remain unpaid on said date. WM. J3IATT, City Treasurer. There will be a meeting of tbe board of directors of the Building and Loan association, at 6:30 this evening at the office of the secretary. E. C. DUDLEY, F. B. LYNCH, President. Secretary. Certificates of Members of Legisla ture. The state executive oommittee have mailed certificates to all members whose postoffice addree%they could obtain. The certificates of all those whose ad dress they could not obtain, will be de livered at Huron. For Hale or Kent. Bradley residence situated on north Broadway street, Yankton, containing six rooms, all in good condition, cellar, well and cistern, three lots surrounded with thrifty young shade trees and a variety of fruit trees, good barn. For particulars call on T. J. Williams, op posite Steffin's livery, Yankton, Dak. For Rent—House occupied by Major Sharp on 3rd 'street. For particulars inquire of B. R. MOINTYUE, Yankton, Dakota. I'anhton ll'ooleii Mill. If you wont first class, all wool flan nels, blankets, sheeting, and yarn, oheap, go to tbe Yankton Woolen Mill. At wholesale and retail. C. A. WHEELER, Prop. !'Inli. Market, At Box's vegetable stand, Third street. Trout, wbitefish and fresh ber riegs, on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sat urdays. 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. Tbe Prettiest Lady in Yankton Remarked to a friend tha other day that she knew Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs was a superior remedy, as it stopped her cough instantly when others had no effect whatever. So to prove this Ralph M. Ward will guarantee it to all Price fitly cents and $1, Trial size free. Money to Loan on iarin prop erty on tho most favorable terms In the market and. with the promptest dispatch. McKINNEY & SCO UGAL. Heal Estate for Hale. Three lots in east one-half of blook 52, $76.00 each. SoathweBt corner, block 66, 50x133, $125. Southwest corner, block 63, 50x132, $150. One lo) on Donglas avenue, block 8 $125. J. B. HANSON, Dakota Real Estate Ageooy. Farm Mortgage loans at 9 per cont. J*iO. L. PENNJtKGTON •THE LITTLE DUCHESS." A First Class Performance and an Ap preciative Audience. A fair sized audience greeted the "Little DuoheBs" oombmntion in their first appearance at Turner hall last night, and those who so inconvenienced themselves as to go out on suoh a dis agreeable evening were not disappoint ed. The play itself was a drama by one of the best authors, highly entertainiug from beginning to end, full of the ludi crous of situations. The paits as allot ted were admirably rendered. The "Little Dachese," as portrayed by Matie Williams was particularly well adapted to the aotress* style. Tho role of the villian was well taken by Mr. Molyneaux, the manager of the troupe. Peter and the lawyer brought down the house by their extremely funny sayings and doings, and the balanco of the com-, pauy held their several ends op to par. Altogether the drama was well presented and those who witnessed it truly re ceived their money's worth. To-night the company will present, "All FOOIB D»y," with Matie Williams in the leading role. After the drama the laughable farce, "Dodging for a Wife" will be given. A crowded bouse should greet the company to-night, whatever the weather is. Apples, Apples. A car load of Iilew York apples for sale at Caya & Alder's grocery house. Call and examine. Go to Guy's lunch stand, Second street, for wild goose, wild dnokp, rab bits, turkey, oysters and all game of the season. Lunohes and square meals served at all hours. a Sensible Man Would use Kemp's Balsam for the Lungs. It is curing more cases of Coughs Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup and all Throat and Luog Troubles, than ay other medicine. The proprietor has authorised Ralph M. Ward to refund money if after taking three-fourths of bottle relief is not obtained. Price fifty cents and $1. Trial size lree. A Great Snrprfno Is in stoie for all who use Kemp's Bal sam for the Throat and Lungs, the grca guaranteed remedy. Would you believe thai it is sold on its merits and that each druggist isauthoized to refund your money by the proprietor of this wonderful remedy if it fails to cure you. Ralph M. Ward has secured the agency for it. Price fifty cents and $1. Trial size free. Dr. Herbert Coney's Announcement. Mrs. Coney will be in attendance for the convenience of ladies at tbe bath rooms in oonneotion with tho medical institute, Bunker's blook, on Monday and Thursday of each week, between tho hours of two and five pm. Furnished roomB to rent. For particj ulsr inquire at this offioe. A Fortunate Discovery. A new light ia thrown on the pubject of Consumption by Dr. Wagner Kemp, dis coverer of Kemp's Balaam for the Throat and Lungs. A remedy that lias proved it self to be a remarkable compound. It docB its work thoroughly, plopping a liack ine cough instantly. Sold by Ralph Ward. Price fifty cents and $1. Trial ze free. Get one. Elegant Ofllecs, Newly refitted in artistic rent in Dudley's block, coruer and Douglae. style, for of Third Feeble Frames, Shaky Nerve* And dyspeptio stomachs are usually found in conjunction. Vitality is lacking in all three, How can this be corrected? gimply by using Hontetter's titomach Bitters with regularity, ab taining from habits inconsonant with healht, and by the use of a digestibly diet. As an initial step toward the reinforcement of a depleted system, a recort to Hostettcr's Stomach Bitters is most desirable, since it cor* rects acidity consequent upon a vitiation of the gastric juices and the presence of bile in the Btomach, and having regulated and, as it were, lubricated the digestive mechanism, sets and it keeps it at work. An immediate gain in vigor is the result. The food is converted into blood, upon which the system draws for nutri tion, the nerves as they acquire vigor become tranquil, the muscular tiber gains substance and hardness, and appetite and sleep improve. Constipation, fever and ague, rheumatism and renal allmcnta yield to the Bitters. City Brewery -AND- Bottling Works -OF- C.F. Rossteuscher Yankton, Dakota* THE JUKST LAGER k. kegs also BKKK in barrels or Bottled Beer in any elimate- 1 am now ready to fill all orders, and after forty-two years experience in the brewing business, feel warranted in saying that my BKKK WILL. GIYE ENTIRE SATISFACTION. C. F. BObSTEUSCHER, JOS, SCHILTZ, Milwaukee Beer On draught a, GEORGE BROWN'S Third St., Sample Booms. BBOWN'S facilities for and fresh are times prepared beverage at his keeping Beer ooo ed, andni unequalled, andlie is at al to furnish this invigorating popular eat&bluhment.i Wines, Liquors and Cigars car Call at Brown's Sample rooms on Tblx atreet when in Yankton. QEOBGE BBOWN, tm'z* SPECIAL NOTICES. Wants. Y\TANTED—Assistance to proonre theneoes Bary letters patent and to introduce an improvement upon tbe present system of steam engineering. An inducement will be effered to persons feeling interested. Farther particu lars can be obtained by applying to JOSEPH H. CAMPBELL, Yankton. TXT'ANTED—A woman nurse to take chargo of an invalid. Apply to Dr. W. H. Ooney, Banker's block, Third street. /^J.IRIJ WANTED.—A girl competent to do general bonsework. Good wages paid to ke right person Apply to litis. GEO, liltOWN, Fourth street. For Rant. I^OR HEN T—One elegant suit of rooms is 1 Pennington's block. Apply to JOHN L. PFNNINGTON. rpO RENT—A bonne on Picotte street con ta rooms. Terms $8.0u par month. H. E. BO ELL. /COMFORTABLY furnished rooms for r.nt. Enquire at the northeast corner of Oedar and Sooona streets. M. P. DOWLIHG. For Sals. I^OH SALE—A large Base Burner Coal Stove A- for olhce. Good as new. Iuquire at this office. A PPLE8! APPLES—A oar load of Michi ean apples just reoeired at F, 1. FAlUi't). I^AKOTA HEPORT8—Volumes 1 and 2.- Price $!i,U0. Address, Bowen & Kingsbury, Yankton, Dakota. ULE8 OF PRAOI ICE-Seeond Judicial -*Ai UnUiot, for sale at the Press & Dakotaian otlioc. Price, twenty-livo cents. ii^Oll BALE—One sorrel horse six years old, 1 good to work in buggy or saddle. Can be ueea at DeCamp's stable on Walnut Btreet. Also one set of harness. VTB8T BE SOLD—160 acres one and a half -"-1- miles loutheast of Gavville- Price, Headquarters, miles loutheast of Gayville- Price, Estate J. P. 11AvWARD, lteal Bunker's block.] ^OR 8ALH—Four hundred acrcs of land, improved, ten miles from Yankton, en Clay Cre.k, New dwelling house 20x24, story and a half good well and spring. For tetms apply M. A, BAKER. Yankton. i'OR SALE OR TRADE—Three span of work homes ranging from three to nine years old one Tyler Si Nissen sprint wagen, nearly new, double spring s.ats, one Davenport sulky plow, used but little. I will srll or exchange this property at reasonable figures for cattle old or young. Having lost 1U0 hogs I must get oattl. to feed my corn to. Wholesale and Retail dealers In Furniture! Mattrasses, Mirrors, Upholstered Goods, Undertaker's Goods. Union Blook, Third street, Yankton Livery, Feed E Sale Stable Most Commodious in the Northwest PETER STEFFIN, Prop. pOBNEB OF DOUGLAS AVENUE and Fourth streets, (formerly Gardener's ware house) has the most oomplete Livery outfit and sale Stable in Dakota. Patronage solicited aud satis faction guaranteed. T'ETKR STEFFIN. OAL COAX I 8. N. FOYJUER, WHOLESALE & RETAIL Cosil lOosiler. I now have a goed supply of Hard and Soft Ooalau hand. Special rates made oil oar load U*a. «. N. FOYLUB. A POSITIVE If C- E BKOOK.8. Miscellaneous. EG«L BLANK CATALOGUE FOB 1886 The PreHS and Dakotaian Legal Blank Catalogue for 1681), is now ready for delivery. Sent free to any address »n application. armers, Milkmen In faet ever one having a Oow, oall at J. C. Mormann's Aud see the new process for strainiug your milk. Something you must h«ve after seeing it. Cull and see it at J. C. Mormann's HARDWARE STORE, TANKTON DAKOTA J. R. SANBORN & SON -Cure without Me dicine. Patented October It), 1878. One box will cure tbe most obstinate ease in four days or leBB. ALLAN'S SOLUBLE MEDICATED BOUGIES, No na*euos doses of cubebs, copaiba or oil of sandalwood that are certain to produce dys pepsia by destroying the coating* of the stom a $ 1 5 0 S a A druggist* or mailed on receipt I I I of price. For further particu- W 11 Tars send for circular. P. O. Bjx1»3, J4C. ALLAN CO., No. 8?, John street, New York* Sioux City & Pacific RAXXiROAD. IN CONNECTION WITH THIS Chicago & Northwestern Itailwa Popular Pioneer Route 1 BETWXIR- SIOUX OITY AND CHICAGO. Two Daily Trai^e. xne only line runnlnir TOLLMAN PALACE Drawing-Boom and SLEEPING Oars between Sioux Oity and Chicago, through with out change. Elegant Dining Cars are also inn on Trains between Chicago and Council Bluffs. These earn aro the, most modern, oomplete and magnificent Dining Cars in existence, and are managed and run entirely in tho interests of the traveling public, and without regard to expense in maintaining the table. Tbe mcala furnished will inolnde all the delicacies of cne season, and equal those to be had at any strictly first-class hotel. & peed, comfort and safety are oombined, which render this the PEOPLES' FAVORITE ROUTE IS FBOM BIOUX OITX TO. Chicago AUD AT.T. POINTS EAJ3 Milwaukee w£»LC,ta ,n BoEtbo" Des Moines ^ttinnite0wa.Bootb Th. Qniokest and Shortest route St. Louis AMD ALL POINTB EOD1B Fast Time. Sure Connections. No Delays. All Trains are fnllv equipped wi the MJL LEU SAFETY PLATFORM A^I WESTING HOUSE AUTOMATIC A1H I'UAKJEB. Trains leave Sionx and 1:40 a. m. Uity daily at 2:3fi p. Pasaon^erB taking this line make direot oon neotions Ohioago with all fast trains for all Sriscipalin potato east, and at U. P. Ti insfer iiunoil Bluffs, with all trr Ini forpomti south 'iiunoil od wos principal poini aud west. Baggage cheoked through to all the lointa. J. B. BUOHANAM, General Paaaesger Agent. 0. U. LAWLKB, J. Gen'L. Sup't.j Missouri Valley, Iowa W. BUDDY, Agent, Burax Oity. THE QHICAGO, [yjIIiWAUKEE, and gl. AUL ItAJLLWAY COMPAa IT IS TUB SHORT LINE AND BESTllOUTH BETWEEN ALL PRIX OIPAL POINTS IN THE NORTH WEST AND VAR WEST. For maps, time table, rates of passage and freight, etc., apply to the nearest station agent of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Kailway, or to any Railroad Agent anywhere in tbe United States or Canada. A. V. H. OABPENEEB, en. Fa VOUi uuuuu. Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agent B. MILLKB. General Manager. GEO. H. HE AFFORD, Ass't. Gen'l. Passenger Agent. 3. TUOKEB,, Asn't Gen'l Manager. MCIIWAUKBE, WISCONSIN. 13^** For notices in reference to Speolal Ex oursionst changes of time, and other items ot nterest in connection with the Chicago. Mil waukee & St. Fanl Bailway, please refer to the local oolumns of thiB paper. THE PEOPLE'S LINE. Fargo & Southern RAILWAY, between FARGO & ORTONVILE Xa prepared to handle both FREICHT & PASSENGER TRAFFIC With promptness and safety. Connecting at Ortonvilie with the Ohicago, Mil waukee & St- Paul system, the Fargo & Southern thus makes another Great Trunk Line To all eastern and southern atatea. The PEOPLE'S LINE ia superb in all its appoint ment*, elegant coaches, Pullman sleepers on all night trains and its rates are always aa low and time as quiok aa other lines. When you GO EAST or OOMJB WIST try the Fargo and Southern. Trains leave Fargo for Minneapolis, St. Paul and intermediate stations, at 7:8Jp. m. and 7:90 a. m. Arrive at Fargo from St. Panl and Min neapolis at 8 a. m. and 830 p. m. Tickets for sale at the principal stations for St. Paul, Minneapolis, Ohioago and all eastern and southern states. For further informatiisB address A. V. H. CARPENTER, f. Gen. Freight and Pass. Agent. Milwaukeo FREE! RELIABLE SELF CURE nr t#d favorite prescription of one of the most noted and successful specialists in the U. S- (now retired) for the cure of XerTMa liability, Loit MaufiOttdt Wtakutiatnd Ikeay. Sent in plaia scaled envelope Free. Druggists eaa fill it Address OR. WARD & CO.. Louisiana. Mo.