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W'C §1 Jl p- Si & P£ if IH' II it imp- jmtjj §tm M*d§akjriai»« THE "CfflfeUS" AT FARGO. Its Vfeae IawaMntm Kxplained by the rre»ldect of the Aerobatie Body. The following editorial reference to lbs late Fargo oou vent ion was written by its presideat, Hon. Waldo F. Potter, and published in his paper, tbi) LsMonre Progress. It states the case as it was: The oaflrentiori held at Fargo last week waa only significant aa a faithful type of1 the nsnal Dakota gathering. Uatensibly called to give expraaaion to north Dakota, opinion concerning dm aon and statehood, and inddentall to ait down on ^Commissioner Sparks and the Northern Pacitto road, it pfoved to be of little value except to illustrate how mqoh easier it to tarn the Dakor ta snergies into amiaohievona rather Mian a nselal obacnel. No sooner was the oonrention oftlled than atop* were taken to neutralize any possible action on the main question with which it was to deal. Those who favored division went about their private business, leav Jng the people of the various counties to aot or faU to act afl might happen, But the opponents of diriaiou were wide awake they advised their irieqds every where be, 6uv band, and to send proiries' if unable to attend and by close attention to details were able to present a formidable front wh6b the hour for asueo»bling,arrived. A« aspeoi men of theirs bandy work we may men tion the oj^ bf,Cavalier county whiob touoMa.. ihe Oanada line, and- is forty miles from a Minted. This county was assigned one delegate i*a the oall, but was represented by. an anti-diviaioskt from Bansom tiounty, who somehow se cured recognition for "five proxies 1" Afterthe roll had been settled the divi sionista managed to wake up suffloiently to realise that the citadel of the position had been ta&eb by strategy. There waa ooneiderable figuring, and some excellent by-play, on both aides, aa the convention went on, and considering how the body was made up, will surprise no one that an agree ment was finally bad to dodge the main issue. Division had nothing to gain from a defe&t, er from a nominal 11 iumph and the opponents were not so anxious to go on record aa to foice a vow. lf.&owaver, there had been no lear of injuriously affecting the situation at Washington, the divisionista would have been only too anxious to oompe] the antia to faoe the musio, both in de bate and oh the record. As ho wever^ ecaroely twenty counties out of over fifty in north Dakota^ were represented at all, any verdict would have been a poor showing of north Dakota opinion and UB tbe case stands, our faith remains nn sbakeuthatan overwhelming majority ot the people favorvdivlsion by an oast and west line, Commissioner Sparks was not without open defenders of all his monstrous or ders and rulings. Indeed it is said that a young democrat who was anxious to get solid with Sparks, for ulterior pur' poses, actually managed to get a place on the floor through a manufactured proxy. This is only another repititlon of the old story .that no cause, however bad, fails to find public defenders in Da kota* Resolutions were passed by an overwhelming vote denouncing the rul ings of Sparks but we shall be surprised to learn that any stops were taken to bring them to tbe attention of his supe rior in office, Secretary Lamar. The Traill county tax decision reoeived a liberal abate of time and attention at Fargo. It was recognized as a diffioult subject to handle but those who persae tbe report of the committee, aa adopted, will, we think, agree that the action taken waa highly judicious. The report appear* at length in another colnmn. Something waB done relating to water way*, more than was embraeed in the call, and considerably more than will ever seoure a patient hearing at Wash ington. The, project to ditch Lake Traverse, and oonneet it with Big Stone lake and the Bed river, opening steam boat communication with Fargo, is doubtless feasible, and would have had a strong claim upon the favor of con gress before railroads were scattered so profusely as now and while we do not regard it aa altogether speculative, yet our hopes of its success are not as strong aa our confidence in its merits. One of the schemes talked of—a canal from the Red river to Duluth—may be set down as resting entirely On "the stuff dreams are made of." On the whole, the convention was not what it should have been, nor what it would have been bat for the loving em brace of tbe anaoondas who showed their affeotion for it by hugging it to Your Blood rare. For impure blood the best medicine known, SCOVILL'fa 8ARSAPARILLA OB BLOOD AND LIVER BYBUPS may be implicitly relied on when every thing else fails. Take it in the Spring time.eapeoially for tbe impure secretions of the blood inoident to that season of year and take it at all times for oancer, Horofula, Liver Complaints, Weakness, Boils, Tumors, Swelling, Skin Diseases, Malaria, and the thousand ills that come from impure blood. To ensure a- cheer ful disposition take' this Well-known medioine, which will remove tbe prime cause, and restore the mind to its naanral equilibrum. •,-.£ Cur» of FlestUr. Ninety Main street, Gloucester, Mais., April 16,1886—Alloock's Porous Plasters have been used in our family for the last three or four years with very benefioial results. Previous to that time I had been subject to attacks of a severe pain iu my left side. Hot cloths and lini mente afforded temporary relief,' but after a while the pain always returned. J*11 ef 1880, after a very severe attack, I was advised by a friend to try aa Alloook's Porous Plaster on my side, whloh greatly benefitted me. After that tned several kinds of piasters to see which was best, and finally decided that Alloock's suited my case tbe beat. I have worn them constantly on my side aver smew, and have never been troubled with the pain, except when I left them *®r •. few days, We always keep a supp.y the hoose, and whenever a pain seises any of ua, in any part of the body, we juafe apply an Alloock's Plaster, Md can tnost heartily recommend them. JAMgB PETTIOBHW, Cure For Piles, Piles are frequently preceded by a sense flf weight in the back, lolna and lower part ef the abdomen, causing the patient to •appose he has some afiecUonof tbe kid neys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of indigestion are precent, aa fUtulencjy uneasiness of the stomach, etc. A moisture, like preapiration, producing a duagneabls lfaunng, afterjretting warm i, a common attendant Blind, bleedioc and itching Piles yield at once to the ap plicatieu of Boaanko'a Pile Remedy, which acta directs upon the parts affected, allaySg the inUun effecting a permanent care. Price fifty cents. Address TV Dr. !o •wkp Medicine Co, Piqca, O, teld by Nervous Debilitated Ton are allowed a free trial, of thirty lay* of the use of Dr. Dye's celebrated Voltaic Belt with Electric Suspensory Appliances, for the speedy relief and permanent cure of Nervous Debility, lass of Yitaliif *"a WUuLood, and all kindred'troubles. Also, for many other diseases. Complete restoration to health, vigor and manhood guaranteed. No risk is incurred. Illustrated pam An Answer Wanted. Can any one bring OB a case of Kidney er Liver Complaint that Electric Bitters will not speedily care? We say they can not. as thousand of cases already perman entlv cared and who are dally recommend ing Electric Bitters, will prove. Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Weak Back, or any A Fortunate Discovery. Anew light is 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 compound. It does its work thoroughly, stopping a hack ing cough instantly. Sold by Ralph M. Ward. Price fifty cents and $1. Trial size free. Get one. ... An Enterprising, Reliable House Pardy, & Bresht can alwara he relied upon, not only to carry io stock the best of everything, but to secure the agency for such articles as h»ve well known merit, and are.popular with the people, thereby sustaining the reputation of being always :enterprising, fet and ever reliable. Having seeared the Agency for the celebrated Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, will sell it on a positive guarantee. It will surely cure any and every affeotion Of Throat, Langs and Chest, and to Bhow our confidence, we invite you to call, and a trial Bottle free, at the ExcelBior )rug Store, of Pardy & Brecbt. A. *5 Bottling? Works jS G.F. Rossteuscher Yankton, Dakota. rflHK BEST LAOEB 1 kea kegs also Bottled I am now ready to fill all orders, and afie forty-two years experience in the brewuu "TOnese, feel warranted in sayine that my BHBB WILL, OlYK ENTIBK SAXESFAOTION, The Victor Bicycle R|M, WAltD, Agent, Tank tea Dakota. Supreme Court Reports. one apd 4wo, Dakota ^Reports! #5.00 PER VOLUME. iddrcM, BOWEH KINGSBURY, &3ZI Tank ton, Dakota. A POSITIVE One box will our* tbe moat obstinate oiue tour dayi or ALLAN'S SOLUBLE MEDllCATED BOUGIES 01 ENB EPITHELIOMA uri •nary complaint qnlckly cured. They pari' It the blood, regulate the bowels, ana act directly on the diseased parts. Every bot tle guaranteed. For sale at 60c. a bottle *iy the Excelsior Drug Store of i'urdy.& itrecht, Advtce to MotRsr*. Are you disturbed at night and broken of yohr rest by a aiok ohild suffering and orying with pain ef cutting teeth If ao, send at once and get a bottle of llrs Wnmxjow's SooTHiua STBUT for Child ren Teething. ts value is incalculable. will relieve tbe poor little sufferer Immediately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is no mistake about it. It oures dysentery and diarrhoea, regulates tbe stomaoh and bowels, cures wind oolip, softens the gums, reduces inflammation, and givee tone and energy to the whole system. Mr*. Window'* Soothing Syrup for Children Teething is pleasan to the taate, and is the precription of one of tbe oldest nurses and and best female physicians in the United States, and is (or sale by all druggiata throughout the world. Price 26 cents a bottle. OK»KDI CAXCJEB. to grow, finally extending is to my none, from whioh oame yellowi'b discharge very offen sive in character. It was alio inflamed, and annoyed me a arrrat deal. About eight months aeo 1 was in Atlanta, ai the bouse a friend, who so strongly reoommended the uie of 8wift's phlet, with full information, terms, etc., ap«cif.c thattldeterminedi to mate an effort to mailed free by addreasing Voluia Belt &^ CoM Marshall, Mioh. 4 I wa to somewhat agsravate the sore bi ITU vu nvui'uia. BV UIU war, bttt BOOH the inflammation was allayed, and 1 began to improve after tbe first few bottles. My general health has greatly improved. 1 am stronger, and able to do any kind of work. Th oanoer on my faoe began to decrease and the nloer to heal, until 'here is not a vestige of itle't—only a little sear marks the plaoe where it had been. I am ready to answer all questions relative to this cute. Knoxville, Iowa, Sept. 8, 1885,. For many years I was a sufferer with oancer of the nose, and havinji neen oured by the ssc of B. 8., I feel oonstruned by ascnee of duty to suffering hnaaanity to make this statement of my ease. With the fourteenth bottle tbe cancer began to heal rapidlv and soon disappeared, and for several months there has been no ap pearance of a sore of any kind on my nose or face, neither is my nose at all tender to the touch. I have taken about tvr dozen bottles B.SS.and am soundly cured, and I know that S tt. 8. effected the cure after every known remedy was tried and had failed. Treatise on Blood and skin Diseases mailed free NERVOUS DEB8L8TATED MEN Tou arc allowed a free trial of thirty days of the we of D£ Dye'g Celebrated If destined for or from Central or aouthwwtorn your Tickets via tbe Chicago & North, western Railway. Its train and tracL equipments are. the best in the world, and by its various branches It reaches 'int of interest In tbi* near] If you C. F. BOSSXETUBCHEB. tffa, I Iff N MBS. JOIOIEA. MCDONALD. Atlanta, Ga„ August 11,1885. 5 I have bad a cancer on my face for some years, extending from one oheek bone across the nose to theotber. It has given me a great deal of pain, at times burning and itching to snoh an extent that it was almost unbearable 1 com menced using Uwift'a Specific in Ma 1885, and have used eight bottles. It has given the greatest relief by removing the inflammation and restoring my general health. W. BABNKB. HOBEBT BMEDLIY. Fort Gaines, Ga.. May 1,1885. I had heaid of the wonderful cures of Swift' Specific, and resolved to try it. 1 commenced taking it in April, 1884. My general health was wa» in sureiy I fell But it that 1 muBt either have it cut or die. commenced discharging quantities of almost black, thick blood It oont.nued healing around the edict* until February, when it was entirely healed up and well. BETSY WOOD. Ooobesett. Plymouth Co Mass., July 13,1885 Swift's Specific is entirely vegetable, and seems to cure cancers by forcing out the impuri ties from tbe blood. W-ltclc FIRST-CUSS Belt with fcipctrlo. SUFp*nftory AppHrnt'ts, for the sperdy rel'ef nnd pmnnneut cme f.nT.voi-- Tm liltl7,loss of Vitality and Mavhnoel, onn an Kindred troubles. Also for_ma»y other WwaflP9. Complete Minora* tlon to Hrnltn, VVor nt)d Jlanh«0'l puaronte^d. Vo risk Is incurred. Illustrated pamphlet lu&eale'l itiWkfpe nwdlctl free, bv aaiiresMi^sr VOLTAIC BEIT CO., Marshall, Hich. HIES I TO A.-:» vuo,. DAKOTA •MUMIIIttill 3E*.^s_iX' sr. This great Kaih-oad no oil'ors traviv era their choice between Two First-cl 2: Boutes to and ft orn tbe Fn,yc.ov.r. Or Becrlone of CentraJ and Stiutht aateri Dakota. One vli, iladisou, Wis.,Winov Minn., and Tracy Mlun., and the oti. via Ollnton, OeA.-v jBapii3, Tama, r.: Hawarden.Iow.". The foUowinK BOOMIHia DAKOTA TOWK are among tbla road Absrdi Alt!.-.-.' •Stations best reached Crandon, Se 8met, Boland, Alcsaif -rc8ford. Biunt, Broadland, Breakings, Bruce, Canning O.aiitota, BEER in barrels .. f-«y Miller, Korbc rt, Nordliir.-d North vill6, j'-r IKton. W'y W6aa,-i stellne. Fairbanks, Frankfort, jra Ordway, Parker. Canov*, High Carthage, Hitci OaatllBwooa, Hnri flavour, Huroa^,' h*TT9, Preston, BaymosS, Kedfield, Bee Beilrhtr 0t. Jiawreso Vila*, W«#rtow?!. SSlf" ANY point in Da&OBA. buy oa of 4 RN One live Jaorse ^PL Secoud h«nd, Boiler—Shapley man' oir.- For rates for single or round gckets and for full information1 hot ot teinable from your home Tlolci»t Asrantr to ie?ard to afl parts of the wesCNwflh' and Northwest, write to the GeneiS Weatem ALL^I IY THIB Ch^ro & ^or^ Engines for Sale. One fifteen horse power Euirfne and boiler—J. J. Coe, maker. Second band.- mfiUBSE ABE -FIRST complete. Elewoos 1™ eplaced tbem with larger oneB. .—i (JTinox CLASS iENOINEB complete. Ejewoos for Mllinc: W. hav. MARTIN I ANPERSON, Dakota Iron Works VTalnat street, Tanktou. you Did Oure withont We dioiae. FKUNM October 16, 1836. Sup-H A ft pose Mustang Liniaieot only for horses? It is tion of all flesh. or oU of YGGFRG?*!oertnln«L".oopalba toproduoedy. deirtrojrinjf th«.OOATMN of the ptooi- vB., Prise $1.00. Bold by ,11A |NIR OR mailed on receipt IT 11 jf price. For farther partica- vUllLi *OR cironlar. P. O. itMlslMV J?*' S* J-O. ALLANOO.. no. SS, John atreet, New Xotk. good for inflamm* ft**?** %.«. rjs DBHIUTXT Dnlcn blook B*OW«. tsakton, D. 1 NULL gaa.alw»ri ON band.. r. J. H. MOULTON, Steam Fitting -AND- WOULD respeotfnlly annoance that I am prepared to contract for Steam Heating Hot Water Heat-1 lng, Plumbing: and Gas Fitting, And am prepared to fnrnish the apparatus, net up and exeonte work of every description per taining to any of the above branches. 8ho: •com and oUice on Walnut street, south of id, formerly Thornton, Monlton & Oobby J. H. MOOLTON. Yankton. D. GEOKGE BKOWF8 Third St.. Sample Booms. BBOWN'S and fresh are unequalled, and he is at al I times prepared to fnrnish this invigoratin« bererage at his popular establishment. Wines, Liquors and Cigars WOtll at Brown's Sample rooms on Thlr^ street when in Xankten. QEOBQE BBOWN, University of Dakota. AT VERMILLION. Third Year begin* Sept. 15th. BOTH SEXES RECEIVED New Dormitory ready Oct. 1. IBTTUITION FKEE._ja tWEor partioulsra addrM«'fh# Piesident. wiiiiiiAM TQipDsr, Practical Painter, TAjqryojsr, PAPOTA. MdpMi, SIGN, -AND- Qg^riage Fainting VOeooratiTe F^per Hanging., iff* Dong, aa ivenae betwssn Third «il Vanrth JJAJJ9TA IKQAL BLANKS, 9m ANP FOR JvAWyEES, Eoglpe and knofacterer. JUSTICES OP THE PEACE PROBATE JUDGES CLEKKB OF £XFRT V. 8. OOMMISSIONEIW MINERSI CBEBIFFS New Advertisements. 1 Contractor. i« I T. JOS. SCHIL.TZ, On dranght at I Cure Fits! When I aay cur© Bottle of my infallible remedy. Give Express 1 and Pontoffice. It coMts you nothing for atrial, andvnll cure you. Address, Dr. H. tt. BOOT, 183 Pearl St., New York ITITANTLJO—Ladiee and gentlemen in city or country to take light work at their own I homes. S3 to 8 4 a day can be ea' ilvmode [work sent by mail no canvassing We have goo*i dt man a for our work a'd furnish st*-adv employment. Address, with stamp. CROWN MANUFACTURING COMPANY, £04 Vi»E STREET,CINCINNATI, OHIO. I "Vr^w IVTOIM I O ii 1111.v/ I MlllJI/O IlLoD Rapn II WW CUmM Em^5^5 I I thousaods o! oisca or Uiu Vftrnt Mm) mvi of »u? B'.nutUn W I hnvji l^n ItLli.M.1 an Bl. i.H- l.i.n f.»ith III 1 'A i.fll.-Ht". Spruce street, New York. Beer oo» faoilltiee for DOCTOR IWHITTIER 617, ST. CHARLES STREET ST- UGVIS, MO- A fieffnlar Cirndnat© of three mcdical col* I leges, has been lonper engaged in the treatment I of Cliroiilc, Nervous, Skin and Blood 1 Di*«a969 than tiny other physician in Am«r* I |ca* ConsuUatipn at office or by mail, free, and Medicines sent by mail or express everywhere, I securely packed free from observation. I Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental and Physical Weakness, arising from Indl&creUo-n, Excess* Exposure or In« diligence, producing some of the following I effects! Nervousness, .Debility, Dimness ol I Sight, Defective Memory, Pimples on the Facet I Aversion to Society of Females, Want ot Pleas ure in Life, Unfitness to M.arry, Melancholy, I Dyspepsia, Stunted Development,Loss of Power, I Pains in the Back, etc,, are,treated with unpar I alleled success. Safely, privately. A Positive Written Guarantee I given in every CURABLE CASK where 2OUBT ex I ksta it is frankly stated. Complete symptom blank I enabling you to properly state your case, sent I free. 30 page booK either sex, one stamp. I Blood Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Mercurial and other Affections of Throat, $kin and Bones, Blotches, Eruptions, Old Sores end (Ilcers, Painful Swellingsf from whatever cause, positively and forever driven from the system, by means pf SAF* TIW*- TBBTRD REMBDJES. STIFF and SWOLLEN JOINTS and RHEUMATISM, VIG NOTARIES PUBLIC CONVEYANCERS ABSTRACTORS U. S. Land Office Blanks Itt-CaUlogiw? ftraiihed on application. Addren. BOWEN KINGSBURY, Yankton, Dakota, Money to Loan —A* A— Fair Bate of Interest I Otnh«n hand E. T.WHITM 0 GEL I do not mean merely to stop them for a time and then have them return again. I mean a cure I have mad© the riia^aae of FradiralPILEPSEY, E —THte SUFFER* HS1 A FHI3BND—ure the result of blood poison, I positively cured. No poisonous drugs used, Catarrh, Throat, Nose, Lung Diseases, Constitutional and Acquired Weak nesses of both sexes, treated successfully. Age and experience are fmportiin? tne proved good remedies of all ages and countries are used, and knowing what to give, no expert* tnenit are made. On account of the great num ber of cases applying, the charges aro kept Jow, ofteo lower than Is demanded by others, MARRIAGE GUIDE 2gO Pages, Fine Plates. Ele'g:ant cioUj pnd g'iltbinding. 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Box 125, Haverhill, Mass. hav« be«n cured. no »Ci .ii: i* my f.iH'.i In a that I w!U 6«md TWO IU)TT}-K^ KHKK, toso'her with a VAL UAULB TKi2ATI.SE on ti»l« ti1r.eap»*.tn nny «uftijrer, (Jive Rs «TCM and P. O. ftddreita. I)R. T. A. S1JCITm, liil 1'wxrJ 5?^., N.Y I TO ADYEBTI8KRR—Lowest rates fr ad i. vortiwiDg in 9H1 GOOD upwapapors sent I free. AddreRs GEO. P. UOWELL A CO., 10 _JlUdhy. Jfllclans. retail from /yoathful indiscretion, too froo indaJaoaee, or ©ver brain work. Avoid lthe imposition of pr«ttn* It iota raacdlea Ibr then trouUti, Get our Fret ICfrcBwrfQflTrlal Pack age. (u\d learn Important Ifkctir befbrt Ultlns treat it fclMwhcre. Take FORI NERVOUS DEBTUXT, ASES. hMnW PnxATXJENT. OneJfoatb, 09.00 Two Month*, fi.eo *£ra# A [IE jtEUESrtbatiiAS —|iED thoqtaada, doe* •not inUrfcre *iten 1 tlon io buBlMH, or caut« •paiu*r ineonveni«neeitt •any way. Foonded on |Mfcotl&c medical prinei* Iplec. Bj direct application •to the Mat of dueaae Itc ••ptclflc indocDce la felt it* orgftBiem restored. animating, tjementa epatk O .. JAL which Tia?« been .waited are aire* back.and |the patient becomea cheer rife, which itedi 7,0fl land rapidly paine both itrepgt^ aad eezoal vigor. •"sspjfsspisass"" The BUYERS' GUIDE lH*ued Marcli and Sept.) each year, 256 page*» iucUcS)wiUi over '3,SOO illn»1 ratioxii a ]PK'ture Gallery. G1V&8 Wholesale price! direct to eontittn''r.* on all oo:ls for |er«onaf or family tt-e. 'IVlIa how to order) and gives co«4 of cvery- tlUng you use, enl, drhik, wear, or fan tvilh. riic.o ir VALUABLE )SS contn!» inftii tuuiMin gleaned the market* ci (liti world. We mull a jy l upon re«K'ipt expense of yon. MONTGOMERY *87 Sc. 220 nLniU to nny nd (o drfray hear from 10 LcJ W & O r. Ciii.-ngo, III. OCH* SON'S 8EU¥'ME^S$,®5!' SS™1 rnCC mer. l&S, ready March lOtn, to any address. Illustrates and lists every thiugfor Ladies', Gents*. Chiklreas' ana Infants* wear and Hobsekeeplnff Goods, at prices lower than those of any house in the United States. Oomplet COLORED KOMTIBC Old SEA T»T#M PuW$bm aiuabctar«»»19l of U« la rwes to r.A.M. Fl. Pbilkd«lphU IO the A first Old SnTinm la Phi ia N. AsmHu km ruati*t acd teif* UlaMnted CaUlofn* of Mfttook books »n« comb with JboMo&i i«rtce Alio oflbr of £r«t-cl«M .boslflMa to P. A, M, BEDDING A CO »ni« FREE! f. RELIABLE SELF CURE IK A favi W[,ir ,m noted favorite prescription of on« of the mos' ted and successhtl reci»iiscs in the V. S. now retrea) fo now retired) for the cure of ^«nroai lHbUltTi MaiiROftdi WeakueM and Decay, Sent in plain sealed envelope Free* Druygina caa fill it. Addret: OR. WARD & CO.. Louisiana. M9. No. .1 A good quarter seotioa mnimprov ed in a well settled part of oonnty, 12 miles from city, 2 miles from Bohool bouse. Slo. 2. A fine tract rf land, part bottom, elegant plow and bay land. School house on same section. Mo. 3. An extra tine section, 65 aores broke, large grove of trees, living water in a well settled eeotion, five milea from city. Mo. 4. A fine seo. 1 mile from R. R. station, joining a school Beotion, five aores in oaltivation. No. 5. This Beotion yields abundance of hay and is suitable for raising any orop. Corners No. 1 and joins same sohool section. No. 6. An elegant section, fine soil, plenty of hay, has a small lake in centre, loins sohool section mile from R. B. station, joins No, 4, making a beautiful half section. No. 7. An improved iarm, ISO acres, 10 miles from oity, a from R. R. station honse 20x32, frame, rooms plastered cellar Btoned up good well barn 32s 36 125 aores under oaltivation 7 aores fruit trees 5 years old orchard seeded to tamo grass. No. 8 160 aores unimproved bottom land No. 9. 360 Bares, small house, barn, 120 acres fenoed with creek running through it, SO aores trees, 75 acres broke, near oity. No. 10. 1280 acres in one body a small lake touches one corner and has a run ning creek of water through tbe land hay, pasture and plow land abundant. Ne. 11. 320 aores, house, 40 acres broke, living water, small grove of trees. No. 12. 160 aores rolling prairie, good grass and adopted for stook raising. No. 13. 160 acres fine prairie, plenty of hay, watered by a small lake. No. 14. An extra fine section for hay or cultivation in one of tbe best por tions of the oonnty. No. IS. section, half mile from No. 14, very desirable. No. 16, 360 acres of as fine land as can be foaad in Southern Dakota, Blopes gently to the south, has fine bay, joins sohool seotion which is watered by the James river 40 aores cultivated. No. 17. 269 acres, houBe, granery, good well, pasture, hay and running water 75 acres under cultivation. No. 18, 160 acres on Beaver Creek, £pe grasB and plow land, living water, a grove of trees 19 years old, hard wood and oottonwood. No. 19. A fine quarter seotion, unim proved, located in a tbiokly settled portion of tbe county, sit miles from oity. No. 21. 120 aores improved, on Mis souri river bottom honse 18x28, frame, 4 rooms, bricked up cellar under whole bonsa, barn, ehed with Bbingle roof to hold 60 head, acers trees, (fiO apple), 66 aores under cultivation. No. 22. 80 acere, bottom hay land in good location, 1J^ mile from railroad statiop, No. 28. 160 aores fine bottom land joins No. No. 2£. IgO aores, joins sohool section, improve^ fatp, [piles from house, one mile from ohorch, •tone house, stone barn, granery and oom prib, goo4 well and pump, «ores trees, 46 aores broke (£g plowed) afine To School Officers. Sohool Township BooHs and Blanks Sohool Distriot Bookt and Blankg, compiled and arranged under the Sphooj Lavyjiijj 1383, FOR SCHOOL OFFICERS DAKOTA Pablishtd and for ule by BOWEN KINGSBURY, Yankton Dakota a- "w a a We oan fnrnish the Session LawaV of Dakota for the year* 1879,1881 and 181 Addreeo, BOWEN KINOSBCI lonkton, •••Mint £t 1 S ti Bi ij HEADQUARTERS, Bunker's Blook, southeast corner ot. Third street anl Douglas Avenue, Yankton, Dakota^ A PARTIAL LIST OF LANDS FOR SALE. baob). 16 head cattle, 2 mules, 10 hogs 120 ohiekens, wagoa, McOormiok reap, er, MoOormick mower, hay rack, corn sheller, 3 plows, (1 sulky) and all tools ajid implements necessary. Will b« sold at a great bargain. No. 26. 126 aores near Miiltown, has a brown stone quarry with ezcellent: rock. No. 86. 160 aores near No, 25. excel lent land. No. 27. 160 aores in same towaihin No. 26 and No. 26 No. 28. 160 aores near Carthage, Mine* Co, extra fine land. No. 20. Nearly 80 aores on James river, fine hay land, with river front of nearly mile some timber. No. 90. 160 aores in northwest part of Olay oonnty, No. 1 land, in a good settlement. Ne. 32 320 aores, brick house, I rooms and attio, frame granery 12x3?, tea' potary stable and oattle sheds, well, 2 aoree trees, 140 acres broke, 7S aorss hay land, joins sohool seotion. No. 33. 400 aores of the best land in Yankton eeunty, all good for cultiva tion or for hay, beautiful spring of water, new house 20x24 on stone foundation, 40 aores broke. No. 84. Valuable stock farm, highly improved, situated on James river, 26 miles from Yankton, 5 miles from im portant railroad station and town, affording good market, near a large gtist mill, watered by river and fine creek which runs through entire pas tare. Bnough hay, feed and seed for spring sowing 400 acres bottom, 1600 acres pasture and plow land, 600 aores of which is broke and 300 aores plowed back last fall 1100 aeree fenced in three pastures two fine dwelling houses with many modern improve ments barn and shed 28x40 and 14x 40 stone hog house, shingle roof 24x 40, corn orib, sheds for 160 bead oattle, improvements worth $9,000 all new maohinery and implements necessary 100 head of cattle 140 hogs, 10 horses. Good reason for selling. Will be sold at a bargain. No. 86. Stook farm on James river, 1760 aoreg. The river runs through the premises affording abundant water and 260 acres hay land on each side) 1600 aores fenced with wife, 200 aores in crop lapt year. Tbis farm joins a sohool section of 640 aeres, Tbe im provements consist of frame dwelling, barn and sbedB for 400 head of cattle, If desired parobaser cap buy liTe CtPPk and implements, Mo. 86, 181 aores af fine high bottom land improved, the choicest piece of land on the bottom in Yankton county. No. 37. 160 aores on Beaver Greek. No. 39. 240 aores, nine miles from city, houBe, barn, granary and corn orib, good well and a creek of never failing running water. Plenty of hay land 70 acres in orop, rented for one-third crop which will be included in sals—• for sale at a barpig, Bite 1 1 o| fine land, joins No. 69, makipg a superp farm pf 400 aoref. No. 41. A beautiful quarter seotion one fourth mile from oitr limits, haa a fine fcnilding and abundant hay land. This ia an extra fine quarter seotion. and oapable of highest cultivation STAGES. Springfield Co'ny. M^jL PASSENGER & EXPRESS. Prom YANKTtT to FOKT RANDALL via Bon Qomise, Spring4e]^ ^anlt^on and WHITE SWAN. YANKTON at 7 a. m. daily, ezoep Band^y'i, for 8PKINGFIEXJ) aqd interme* This line is thoronghlj eqn bMtof .took, Audtlegtu:^ OON 88, lnsnrla^ Comfort, Speed and AT 9 P. with the OBD OOAOH- Security To It. pktronc. Vankton and Hurley via Swan L*ke —MAIL,—- Passenger & Express Line. H. H. DETO, PxonmoB Yankton office at the Oostmeroial Hooaft' DKPAmTFBxa. l«aT«Bnrle_ Leave Swaol ...Dakotl ley Tor for Swan Lake azri return nltuk.l nviday and Friday dully, for Yankton Monday, Wed. onretora of Horiei.tafe. Yankton for Swan LAKE and Hurley on TaeMay. Thursday and Baterdar at7 o'alrME thn MORBLNR ennneotioc at Harli teals. 'ley with tke '~ik£!