3|*Ug |rt» sntl §akrt#ta
«,-l& it is significant that Sam Jones' de
parture from Oiuoinnati was coincident
ig-jjvith the appeatanoe of bis portrait in
V' "ihe looal papers. It was a dastardly
stab, and although a man of iron oorve,
All the saloonkeepers in Ipswiob, Da
kota, were arrested Thursday, oharged
with selling liquor contrary to Iaw.The
prohibition element seems to have de
cided to pash the saloon men to the
wall. In one osse recently tried the
offender was bound over for $400 bonds.
Oharles Camming and Andrew Byres
were arrested at Ellondale, Dakota,
Thursday, charged with stealing three
horses reoently of J. W. Chapman, of
Fremont county WyoiniDg, Chapman
having followed them there, and is now
awaiting a requisition from the govern
or of Wyoming.
Oen. Hszen, chief signal service offloer
is now suing George Jones, proprietor
of the New York Times, to recover $100,
000 damage for libel, it being charged
that the paper published a libelous
statement oonoerning the plaintiff's
character as a signal service offloer, aDd
also oonoerning his connection with the
-III.MI I I
Paraguay oilers the latest field for
land monopoly. Consul Baker has for
warded aaopy of the new law under
which the exooutive is authorized to sell
the public lands at prices ranging from
$11 to $188 per square mile. The high
est prioe therefore, is about twenty-one
oeats per aorci and it is no wonder that
European land grabbers are looking
that way. There does uot appear to be
The Prettiest I*dy iv Kanlctou
Remarked to a friend the other day thai
she'Jknew Kemp's Balsam for the Throat
and Lungs was a superior remedy, as it
ptopped her cough instantly when others
•had no effect whatever. So to prove this
Ralph M. Ward will guarantee it to all.
Price fifty cents aDd $1, Trial sue free.
The Homeliest Han in Yankton
As well as the handsomest, and others are
invited to call on Ralph M. Ward and
get free a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam
for the throat and lungs, a remedy that is
Belling entirely upon its merits and is
guaranteed to cure and relieve all Chronio
and Acute Coughs, Acthma, Bronchitis,
and Consumption. Price 50 cts, and $1.09.
That Haoking Cough oan be so
quiokly oared by Bhiloh's Cure. We
guarantee it. Sold by Pordy & Breoht.
Croup, Whooping. Cough and
Bronohitis immediately relieved by
Shiloh'e Cure. Sold by Pardy & Breoht
Sleepless Nights, made miserable by
that terrible cough. Shiloh'e Cure is
the remedy tor you. Sold by Purdy
Yankton. J). T., dealer* in
Fin© and Hardwood JLum-
ber, Bed Cedar Fence
Posts & Mixed Paints,
the law requiring settle'
ment on landf, or limiting the amount
to he sold to a eingla purohaser, though
wppoial inducements are.offered to set
tlers with families. It will be anrpris
ing if a lew men do not soon own moat
of the back oountry.
Judge JameB L. Mitchell, of Nebraska
while addressing the convention of early
Iowa law-makers, in Des Moines Thurs
day, dropped dead on the Hoof of the
opera house. He was just concluding
his epeeoh with the sentence: "I love
the old soldiers of Iowa," when be fell
to the floor in an apopletio faint, dying
immediately. Memorial services were
held Tuesday evening, addressed by bis
former law partner, 1'red Lehman, of
Des Moiues, and by several prominent
citizens of the state. Judge Mitohell
represented Fremont county in the 9th
general assembly of Iowa. He removed
to Nebraska eleven years ago, and at the
time of bis death was judge of the seO'
ond judicial distnot ot tbut state. He
50 years of age.
There is a deadly war between es
.f Speaker Randall aDd Representative
Bingham. The story is afloat that the
former grossly insulted the latter about
ten days ago at a banquet in Fhiladel
phia, at whioh tbey were among the in
Mr. Bingham, in speaking
of the late Gen. Hancock, made some
remarks to whioh Mr. Randall took ex
ception, and the story goes that the ex
speaker went so far as to make a per
sonal attack upon Mr. Bingham, saying
at the same time: "I owe you.a thrash
ing and I'll give it to you now." It was
i- only by the intercession of their friends
tbat a row was averted. The matter
has been the subject of considerable
eomiftrot for several days, bat all those
who were witnesses to the affair refuse
to talk on the snbjeot, although they
admit that the statement above given
is substantially correot.
•c# Ordor* by mail trill raoeWe prompt at
tintiaa. Lumber ya^d on Broadway.
W. L. DOW,
Ednisen Black, Sicux Wtt
"DLASS, BpeoL&oationii and gmcral napcrln.
tenaenoework rewion»ahl« prltwi.
Sign of the
HABBWABE, STOVJES AND TINWARE.
IF I I
Garland Stoves, new Lyman Gasoline Stoves
and Tinware. Wagon and Carriage
Woodstock. Wagon and Carri
age Hardware, &c,
Gas Fittings. Garden Implements.
IOE COOLERS. REFRIGERATORS
THIliD STliSflKT, VAN li TON, lAKOTA.
Excelsior Flour and Feed Store.
THE CHEAPEST PJLACE TO BUY.
Flour and Peed
Ol all kinds delivered to all parts of the city
Free., Leave orders or.telephone No. 58.
Valentine'^ Block, Broadway, Yankton, Dakota
I can recommend
the "EMERY" $3
SHOE. They are
A A N A
soled. I have them in button
Congress and laced. Have
sold them the past "year.
Also have Mens' calf button
shoe at $2,50, at the popular
Boot and Shoe store of
r^jKeeps the largest stook o!
IN DAKOTA also,
Hats, Caps, Gloves and Mens*
Hosiery. Is Agent for
E. C. Burt, Reynolds Bros,, Reed and Weaver
& J. Cousins fine Shoes ior Ladies, Gents and
Children Burt & Packard, Burt & Mears and
Stacy, Adams & Go's. Fine Shoes for Men.
Pack xttailaa to
-la Ag*d Meh.
1 I. PILES,Yankton
.Mortgage Loans and School Bonds,
Loan Money on Farm Property at
lO per cent interest. No commission. No
red tape. Chattel loans made at low rates in
large or small sums for one month or
twelye. Attorney in Land Cases.
J.P CRENNAN, R0OM 5, PEXHIKGTOM'S BLOCK YANKTON, D. I
ELKHART CARRIAGE & HARNESS M'F'CCOi
^very Bumr sold by the middleman
•eyemnioUara added to the first
iC#. we have ao agents, but toi
elve years have dealt with the
Icgeof examining wcforo buy
lni:. We pay freight both ways
not satisfaotory. Warrant
everything for two onrs. One
only* Our Platform
prlnR Wagon at 855 laaame
at S90» flae aa usually sold: for
135. Our Barne88 are
«k tectber. Single, 810 to.
«25» Tfo. 1 Farm Harnejw, 923.50. 64.page Dlustrated Catalofua
fr«e« Address, W» B« I'RATT, becrctary» Elkliarti Indlaiif
Uo thoM who naffer iVo
mmght ftbonfc br IndUoreUon, EXDOTO™,OmvBnln
SUBSCRIBE FOB THE
Avoid the imposition oi pntentiou* rem«*
dl«c fbr thrio tToablta, and all Quacka.
whoaeoidy aimis to bleed their vlo.
tlm». Take a SURE Rmzmr thai HAS
I CURED thousands, dose not Interfere
with attention to bannw, or OSOM pain
orlnoonvealenee In any wty. Koundet
onedentiAo medical principles. By direct
^appucetlonto the feet ofdite&se Its tpeclfie
lafioencels felt vtthout delity. Thenetora
of the Jmnun owtnism restored. The
wasted animating elementsi of life an gl*on back, the oaUtnl
becomes chnctftil and Mwldlggalnah^h •ti-wjpK
TBEATMEHTOBaltoath, |3. Tro Kw.
$?•« «f,t & "*. '.^^4 „fr
H4o! "SSU,' ^(ss
W. tbm, 17
HARRIS REMEDY CO., HFD CHEMBT*.
8Q81V IT. Tenth Bttwt. BT.XiOUIS. Itq
Press and Dakotaian
-Price par year—DaUf $10.00. Weekly $2.00.
"cl,1- .A dVr 1,4
BY WIRE TO-DAY.
he Senate Public Lands Com
mittee Favor the Repeal
of the Pre-emp
A Treaty of Peace Between
Servia and Bulgaria
Signed this Morn
ing at Bucharist.
Resident Cleveland Assists in
moving the Disabilities from
Two Finally Repen
Washington, March 2—The president
to-day approved the aots removing the
disabilities of Alexander P. Stewart,
of Mississippi, and Thomas S. liosser, of
Wasbiugtoo, March 2—Secretary
Whitney to-dayjtelegraphed instructions
to ^Captain Chester, commanding the
United States steamer Oalena, at Key
West, to deliver to the United States
marshal at Key West the steamer city of
Mexico, whioh was seized on suspicion
of being engaged in a filibustering ex
pedition to Honduras, together with all
persons, papers and property oonneoted
therewith. The oaBe has been referred
to the attorney general and further
proceedings will be directed by him.
A test vote was taken by the senate
oommittee on publio lands to-day on
the proposition to repeal the pre-emp
tion law. The result was decidedly in
favor of reporting the repealing measure
to the senate.
THE EIGHT HOUR LAW.
Among the petitions presented in the
senate to-day was one by Mr. Hoar from
the workingmen employed in the gov
ernment work shops since the eight
hour law of 1808 was passed, praying for
compensation for over time or the re
ference of their olaims to some tribunal
thut may adjusticate the question
whether they ought to have such com
pensation. Mr. Hoar said he favored
the request of the petitioners.
London, March 2—Thesnow oontinues
to fall heavily in northern England and
jn Sootland. Traffic on many of the
railroads is entirely blooked.
Paris, March 2—An attempt was made
last night to assassinate Dr. Blewtz,
Paris correspondent of the London
Times. As the dootor was asoending
the stairs of his house a shot was fired
at him by some unknown person. The
ballet missed him and strnok the wall in
front *f him and fell flattened at his feet.
No due to the would-be assassin has yet
Vienna, Maroh 2—The treaty of peace
between Servia and Bulgaria was signed
at Baoharist to-day.
Washington. Maroh 2—Committee on
invalid pensions reported a bill extend
ing until July 1st, 1888, the time within
whioh applications for arrears of pen
sions may be filed, extending the pro
visions of the arrears aot to special pen
sioners and providing that in applica
tions for pensions persons on whose
acooont pension is claimed shall be pre
sumed p.iima facia to have been sound
and free from disease at the date of en
tering the servioe. Keferred to the
committee of the whole.
The oommittee on foreign affairs re
ported the oonsular and diplomatio ap
propriation bill and it was referred to
the committee of the whole.
The speaker laid before the house the
responses of the seoretary of the treasury
to the Bland resolution, calling for in
formation oonoerning the oiroulation of
standard silver dollars and the polioy to
be pursued as to the payment of silver.
Referred to the oommittee on ooinage,
weights and measures.
A Telephone Company Done up.
Hannibal, Mo., Maroh 2—The city
eounoil last night repealed the ordi
nance granting the Missouri and Kan
sas telephone oompany the franohise to
use its streets and alleys over whioh to
run its wires. A oontraot is in existence
which says the oompany should oharge
only three dollars per month for eaoh in
strument when the number of subscrib
ers reaohed one hundred. Notwithstand
iog this the company has been charging
four dollars per month. The city conn
oil made a demand several weeks ago
that the rate be reduced to tbe oontraot
price. TbiB tbe oompany refused to do
and the oouncil laBt night repealed tbe
ordinance granting the oompany the
privilege of using its streets.
CttlME AXD CASIJAliTl ltKCOKO
A NEGHO LYNCH^Ds
OharlestoD, S. U., March 2—Abe
Thompson, a negro who ontraged Mr
LancbeBter, Dear Glena Springs on Fri
day last, was lynched at ijpartansbnrg
yesterday afteroopo. He oonfet6ea the
VBOZXN TO DEATH.
New York, March 2—Miohaol MoOabe,
Patriok Condon and an unknown man
were, found frozen to death on the
•treats ^hie morning.
A BIGHTEOU8 OBDEK.
St. Paul, March 2—Dr. Gale, who fig.
nrad conapioaonaly in the double trage
dy »t the Astoria hotel Saturday, whioh
rosclted iu the death of Bich and hia
wife, this morning received a letter,
Bigned "by order of the oommittee of
ten," stating that he must leave the oity
immediately or he woald be introduced
to a lamp post and presented with six
feet of bemp. The pclioe have the letter
and re on the watch.
A FATAL SHOT.
Oattletsburg, Ky, March. 2—News
comes from Marrowbone Creek, West
Virginia, of a tragedy at a sohool house
last Saturday night. Colonel Bennett,
a midget and sleight of hand performer,
was giving an entertainment in the
sohool houae, when J. W. Piokleheimer
rode up drunk and with a shot gun in
his hand demanded admission. He
being refused, tired through the door
killing Colonel Bennett instantly.
Robert Hamilton, aged seven, died in a
few hours from a wound, and four others
were wounded. The murderer escaped.
(ilolil for Sliiiiment.
New York, March 2—Kidder, Peabody
& Co. have engaged $500,000 in gold bars
Washington, Feb, 29—The president's
reception to-night in honor of tbe army
and navy was even more brilliant than
either of its predecessors of this aeason.
both by the elegance of the ludies' cos
tumes, the floral deoorations of the par
lors aod number and prominenoe of the
guests. The president was assisted by
Miss Cle7elnnd, Mrs, Manning, Miss
Endicott, Mr?. Whitney and Mrs. Vilas,
Secretaries Manning, Endicott and .La
mar and Postmaster General Vilas were
present and the number of senators and
representatives in attendance was much
larger than at the reception of the diplo
matic corps. Army and iiayy officers
were present in large numbers and in
full uniforms. The diplomatio corps
was largely represented aud appeared in
court dress. The judiciary, the legisla
tive and executive branches of the
government were represented by the
obief justice and several of the assooiate
justiooa of the supreme court, many of
tbe more prominent members of con
gress and department officials.
Quarries at Jtuffalo »ni.
Buffalo Gap, Feb. 26—Nathan Wood,
a gentleman from New York, has pur
chased the water power in the Gap near
this city and will improve and develop
the excellent stone quarries here. Buf
alo Gap boasts ol one of tbe finest vari
ous colored sand stones on the conti
nent aUo red sand stone similar to the
New Hampshire and Lake Superior
•and stone. General Manager Fitch and
Chief Engineer Ainsworth were here to
day and went up to tbe quarries and
wera greatly surprised at them and
took specimens away with them. Also
extensive gypsum beds are being opened
and the indications are tbat a side traok
will be put into the stone quarries and
beds, which are the first met
with on tbe line of the Fremont, Elk
horn and Missouri Valley railroad.
JBlAs for an Artenim Well.
Yankton, D. T., March 2,188G—Bids
will be received at the City Olerk's office
up to 4 p. m., March 10, 1886, to sink an
artesian well 1000 feet deep or less,
piped to bettom or to the strongest How
reaohed, at the will of the city, cased
with 6 inoh caBing, 5-?jj inside diameter,
weight 9 35-100 lbs. per foot, bids to be
First 600 feet or less per foot.
Next 200 feet or less per foot.
Next 200 feet or less per foot.
Depth of well now in use 495 feet and
no granite struck. Tbe city reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
..J?SFAT-^ stronger yt higher 79% cash
May: 8U!4 Jane.
OOBK—S6MI cash 40& May.
OATS—28X caBh iO&o May,
MARKETS Blr TELEGRAPH.
New York. March 2.
WHEAT—Lower, more active No. 2 red
April 9354 May 9414 June 95«@B5J£.
OOBN—Dull: mixed western spot, IB^OECc
futures, [email protected]%c.
POBK—New mess $11.7S: old $10,75.
Ohioigo, Maroh 2.
JJABD—$5.87|4 cash 6,00 May.
r*Hoos—Receipts, 12,000 moderately active,
firm 5o higher light 83,80^4,20 rough packing:
and shipping |4,[email protected]
Cattle receipts 4,500 steady beeves $4,00®
5.G0 butchers $2,00®8,80 Btookers $3,0CK&4,25.
Milwaukee, March 1.
WHEAT—Weak cash 80c May 8iKc.
BYE—Nominal, unchanged, 59c.
BABLIY—Quiet No. 2.61!^c.
Yankton, Marck 2.
8T?EBB, per cwt $G.6o
Cowsjier owt $2,60
LIVE Hqas, per owt [email protected]
SHEEF, per cwt...» $2.50
WOOL, per lb [email protected]
Wood, per cord $4.80
Eggs, per doz iec
Engines for Sale,
One five horse power Engine and
One fifteen horse power Engine
and boiler—J. J. Coe, maker,
nriHESE ABE FIBST CLASS
complete. Beasone for selling:
eplaced them vrith larger ones.
MARTIN & ANDERSON,
.Dakota Iron Works
vValnnt street, Yankton.
If you have any
Birds, Animals or Fish.
would like mounted, take thens to
KIANK Q. WiLOOX!, Oapital
Ht., bet. 6th and 7th,
ZANKTOM .,... DAKOTA
WSweimeii't left at B. M. Ward's Drn*
1 tore will receive prompt attention
A BIG OFFER
'\*L »fcV -5'
GIVE AWAY 1,000 nolf-operating Washing
Machine*. If you want one send ua your name,
P.O. and exprena office at once. TBE NATIONAL
Co., 21 Bey street. New iork.
LOOK ent Playing Cards for fl.00
or Postal Note. Send no money order. LOOK
Box 18S, Minneapolis, Mine.
A pack of 52 Genuine Tranupar
When I say cure I do not meaa merely to stop
them for a time and then have them return
again. I mean a radical cure. I have made
the disease of FITS, ERILERSET, or FALUNO
8IOKN'EB3 a life-long stndy. 1 warrant my
remedy to cure the worst cases. Beoause others
have tailed is no reason for not now receiving
a cure. Bend at once for a treatise and a Free
Bottle of my infallible remedy. Give Express
and Postoffice. It costs you nothing for a trial,
and will core you. Address.
Dr. H. (*. BOOT. 183 Pearl St., New Y«rk
A DIES WANTED—To w«rk for us at
their own homes. 87 to 810 per week oan
be easily made no canvassing: fascinating and
steady employment. Particulars and sample
of the work sent for Ftamp. Address HOME
M'F'G Co., P, O. Box 1916, Boston, Mass.
expenses. Write for terms
at once, and state salary wanted. STANDARD
SILVEJti WARE COMPLY. Boston. Mass.
lVTrk lVoniii FB1END—Sure and poi
XX llliu itive cure for jOATARRH
and kindred troubles.
We warrant it. By mail 50o snd $1.00. Send
for testimonial. KENOZA COMPOUNDING
Co., P. O. Box 125, Haverhill, Mass.
I UOYCft pvjflltiva remedy lor tue atiovo alftimtc by lt» uac
tllOQMDtlB of CASUS Of t)l« MforF.t kltld ATVl of lolltT BtflUdlnr
ls&v« bcm curctl. ln«loe«l. Mn.n.r is m* fn'tli hi l'« «iflrnrv,
tUtlwOl tend TWO UOTTl.K-4 FltEE.-tom'lier with a VAL
UABLE TREATISE OQ tliit DTS2AB0.LI) nny Miftoror. Give Rx
VEIS »nd P. O. address. DR. T. A- SLTUCLTU, IN PURL St., N.T
You aro ftllowod a free trial of thirty days of the
use or Dr. Dye's CelebrntP'1 "Voltaic Bolt vlth
Lllecrric Snspeiifory Ai'pliunccp, for the Fpecdy
rorr-f and perniant-ntcuie ot KCITOUSb,bilityjciiz
-»f Vitality aiuJ Manhood, one! all kindred trouble.*.
Also for many other Uisoasos. Complete lost ora
tion to final tn, Vi^or and Manhood jniaranteeil.
No risk Is incurred. ITlusirati'dpnimhletlniea/t*j
envelope imilledfreo. bvnddresKiuK
V0LTA10 BELT CO., Marslwll, Mich,
Third St** Itmpli Booms.
J^BOWNS facilities! far keeping Beer cco
wid fresh are aaeqaalled, and he is at si
times prepaid to furnish this inTigoratioi
beTerage at his popular establishment.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
.**: Oall at Brown's Sample rooms on Thb*
street when in Yankten.
J. H. MOUI.TON,
I WOULD respectfully annonnoe that I ai
prepared to oontraot for
Steam Heating, Hot Water Heat
ing, Plumbing and
And am prepared to furnish the apparatus, set
?xoonte of every description per
taining to any of the above branohes.
®k°P and office on Walnut street, south of
-oni former^ Tho^ton^Moulto-JOob^.
to fill oisterns
«ver water, on reasonable
ISF^Wator delivered to any part of the city.
EST^eavd orders at Pederson's grocery.
Cnre without He
October 10, 187«.
cure tbe most obstinate case in8four°ds*'U
ALLAN'S SOLUBLE MEDICATED BOUGIES
i-fiuo »i.ou. Bold by all V\ I »r
druggists or mailed on receipt
!ars send for circular.
flo. 88, John'sSreeMjtw
Stiwix Oily .| Pacific
IN CONNECTION WITH THfc.
Chicago & Northwestern Rathva
1. opular Pioneer Route
SIOUX CITY AND CHICAGO
Two Daily Traiv«. xne only linnmnni...
POLlAtAN PALACE DrawiM-KwiiV
and BIJCEP1NQ Oars betweenlio^™
Oity and Ohiew, through with,
oat ohange. Elegant Dinintr
Oar* are also inn on
Obicago and, Council Blufib,
These oarUare the. most modern, eonipleu
and mafimfioent Dining Oars in existence
a» managed and run entirely in the Interest!
of the traveling publio, and without regard tn
expense in maintaining the table. The
furnished will include all the delicaoies ot iai
season, and equal to those to be had at an,
strictly first-olasa hotel. Speed, comfort and
safety are oombined. whioh render this the
PEOPLES' FAVORITE ROUTES
FKOM SIOUX OITY TO
AND ALL fo1NT9
Des Moines "dEsJi^mfe^.Bo,!thMn
Fast Time. Sure Connectioui,
1A11 Trains are fully equipped wi'h the MIL.
IEB SAFETY PLATFORM WE8T1N0
IOC BE AUTOMATIC AIK BBASES.
Trains leave Sioux Olty dally at 2^E p.
and :40 a.m.
Passengers taking this line make direct con
neotionsln Chicago with all but trains tor all
linta east, and st U. P. Ti uisfer
Is, with all tr- ins far pomfa eouth
Baggage oheoked through to tbe
General Passenger Agent.
0. M. IiAWUQt, Oen'l. Sup't.,
Miisouri Valley, Iow»
1. W. BUDDY, Agent. Sioux Oity.
THE PEOPLE'S LINE
Fargo & Southern
Is prepared to handle both
FREIGHT & PASSENGER TRAFFIC
With promptness and safety. Oonneetiif
at Ortonville with the Chicago, Mil
waukee A Bt. Paul system,
the Fargo i, Southern
thus makes another
Great Trunk Line
•J® *31 eastern and southern statss. The
PEOPLE'S LINE is superb in all its appoint
uenU, elegant coaches, Pullman sleepers on
*11 mipkt trains aad its rates are always as low
and time as quick as other lines*
Whsn you GO EAST or OOHEUWSST try th#
Fargo and Southern.
Trains leave Fargo for Minneapolis, Bt. Paul
and intermediate stations, at 7:50p. m. and7:18
a. m. Arrive at Fargo from Bt. Paul and Min*
neapolu at 8 a. m. and 8:20 p. m.
,Tio^«ts for sale at the prinoipal stations
•t. Paul, MuineapoliH.Omcago and all eastern
and southern states* For further inforxnatioD
A. V. H. OABPENTEB,
Qan. Freight and Pass. Agent. Milwaukee
gFRELUBLE SELF CURE
P^'ip','0" »f one of the most
1 noted and tucccuim i:-ecialitti in II
Inret'rea) for the curc of HervSl S^wml
in plain «eUed0cnvilopeCpr ™e.**D tin™
Address DR. WARD & CO..
OU Sea Tvrari
f»WUIiii» Mmtwtmntlu S««J*vr,Kwtocl»
*. •if' *t/ALi"
QWNB and operates five thoasand miles of
thoroughiv eqmpped road in Illinois. Wi»
jonain, Iowa, Minnesota, and Dakota.
SHORT LINE ANX
BEST ROUTE BETYTEMN ALL PItlX
°J.£AL P0I1HT8 IN THEN ORTE
WEST AND FAR WEST.
•s, time table, rates off passage and
I For maps,
Ohicago, Milwaukee & Bt. PMl
nearest station agent
B, MIIiTiKB. General Manager.
A. V, H. OAJLPKNEKli.
Oen. Pug. and 1"inket Agon).
«KO. H. HJSAJFOKD,
*Aa« t. Gen'l. Pawenger Agent.
TOOKBB,, Ass't Oen'l Kanager.
ioUrest in oonneotion with
waukee 4 St, Paul Railway,
looal columns of this paper.
ereieaoe to Special san
am*, and other of HI
with the Ohioago. Mil- ffll
way, pleaae refer to tks fM
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