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RAILROADS.
Sioux City & Pacific
RAILROAD
IH CONOTBOTIOK WITH XHJv
Chicago ft Northwestern Kailw a
Past Time. Sure
No Delays.
IOD8E
04
1
opular Pioneer Route
BIOUX CITY AND OHICAOO
Two Daily Trait*. rne onli line rannlng
PTTT.T.MAM 1'ALAOK Drawing-Boom
wing-Bo
een oion
and SLEEPING Can between Sioui
Oity and Ohiaago, through with
out obango. Elegant Dining
O&ra ate also inn an
Trains between
Chicago and Council Blufife.
Thee* oanlare the most modern, oomplet*
and mafinifioent Dining Oars in exiatenoe, anc
are managedand ran entirely in the interest/
of the traveling public, and without regard
expenw in maintaining the table. The nreal
tarnished will inalade all the delioaoioo of
aeason, and
mo»1
to those to be had at an
atrietlr flHt-ouw Hotel. Speed, oomfort aor
aafety are combined, which render thin the
PEOPLES' FAVORITE ROUTS S
DROM SIOUX OITY TO
Chicago
ALL POINTB EAt,T
Milwaukee wii^J£lBUln
Boutb#T*
fe
Des Moines £2£M£^B°nth"D
XiOUlS ANO AIjIj* Point* Bouth.
Connecticut*
?.All Trains are tally eqnippw
JjHIB 8AF8TI PLATSvKMa
HODSE A0TC"
__ LAlFOilSr a-rt WESTING
TOMATIO A1K BRAKES.
Trains leave Sionz
and 4:40 a. m.
Ulty dally at 2:28 p.
Passengers taking this line make direot oon
neetions in Ohioago with all fast trains for all
Bonnoll
in ci pal points east, and »t D. F. Ti insfer
Bluff*, with all tr ins for po.qti sontfc
•nd west. Baggage oheoked through to .) tie
y-inoipal points.
3. B. BUOHAKAN.
General Passenger Age it.
O. M. Ltwun. Oen'l. Bup't.,
Uissonri Valley, Iowa
W. BUDDY, Agent, Sioux Oity.
THE PKO^aS'S LIIVE
SXf,
fa
Fargo & Southern
RAILWAY, between
fc'ARGO &ORTONVILH
Is prepared to'handle both 3|&.
FREICHT & PASSENGER TRAFFIC
With promptness and safety. OonneotiBr
at Ortonville with the Ohioaeo Mil
waukee & St. Paul system -v
tbe Fargo & Southern
thus makes another
im.
Great Trunk Line
•onthern state*. Th*
HEOPLE BLINK is superb in
k11
its appoint*
nentt. elegant' ooaqbes, Pullman sleepers on
*11 nigat trains and it* rates are always as low
ma time as quick as other lines*
a When yon GO EAHT or OOMJSjWEST try the
*argo and Southern.
Trains leare Fargo for Minneapolis, St* Paul
and intermediate stations, at 7:80p. m. and 7£9
a. m« Arrive at Fargo from Bt. Paul and Min
neapolis at
8 a. m. and 8:20 p. m.
ML.
Tickets for sale at the principal stations
Wt. Fanl. Minneapolis, Ohioago and all eastern
and southern state*, For further information
address A. V. H. CARPENTER,
Oaa. Freight ssd Fan. Agent Milwaukee
THE
mm-
QH1CAGO,
[yj ILWAUKJEE,
C4
and
SI'
AUL
RAIJJWAY OOMpiiur
,1
r\WN8 and operates five thoasand miles" of
thorougblrequipped ro»d in lllinois, Wis
JOMin, low*, Minnesota, and Dakota.
v"3
IT 18 TEX 8S0BT LINE AND
tiEST ROUTE BETWEEN ALL PRIX
CIPAL POINTS IN TBEN ORTE.
WEST AND FAQ WEST*
*'nle table, rates or passage and
®.tc-i »PPly to the nearest station agent
of the Chicago, Milwaukee 4 Bt. Paul Railway,
nr^ jSI Agent anywhere in tbt
United Btatea or Canada.
A. Y. H.
H. OAjaPENKER,
Sen. Pass, and Tioket Agsat,
IIIIJiWI. Oeneral Maaager.
GEO. S, HEAFJTORD.
ABs't. Gsn'U &as*engCT Agant.
TCOKSB., Ass't Qenl
UcLWAtncsB, Wisooxan.
Foruotlooa ill reference to BpeoUlIx*
is, changes of time, .aad otMr items of
it in oonueotion with the Chiaace. Mil.
Ple*»o rsfsr to tke
columns of this paper.
New Advertisements.
A BIG OFFER
GIVE AWAY 1,000 self-operating Washing
Machines. If yon want one send us name,
P. O. and express office at once. Tbeyonr
Co., 21-Dey street, New York.
National
LOOK
or Postal Note. Send no money order.
Box 1SI, Minneapolis, Minn.
A pack of 92 Genuine Transpar
ent Playing Cards for fl.OO Bill
IjOOK
I Cure Fits!
When I say cure I do not mean merely to Btop
them for a time and then have them return
again. I mean a radical onre. have made
the disease of Fits, Epiuepsiv,Ior Fallino
Bioimss a life-long stndy. warrant my
remtdy to cure the worst cases. Because others
have tailed is no reason for not now receiving
a cure. Send at onoe for a treatise and a Free
Bottle of my infallible remedy. Give Express
and Postoffice. It costs you nothing for a trial,
and will onre yon. Address,
Dr. H. O. BOOT. 183 Pearl St., New York
A DIES WASTED -To work for us at
•*-J th ir own homes. S7 to 10 per week can
be easily made no canvassing: fasoinatingand
steady employment. Particular* and eample
the work sent far »tamp. Address HOME
U'F'G Co., P, O Box 1916, Boston. Mass.
WK WANT SALESMEN everywhere, local
and traveling, to sell our goods. Will pay
good salary and all expenses. Write for terms
at onoe. and state salary wanted. STANDARD
SILTEtt WABE COMP'Y. Boston. Mass.
—'TUB SUFFERERS'
IVY* IV ill A B'BIKND—ISure a»d pos
i-" itivo oure for 0ATABBH
and kindred troubles.
We warrant it By mail 90o snd $1.(10. Send
for testimonial KENOZA COMPOUNDING
Co., P. O. Box 125, Haverhill, Mass.
CONSUMPTION
1 have ik«UIv» rcm\.My
wi the UfL-
FURTU« NTIOVR-afai*aNp BY
I!»ait
th«atanda «rc«m of th« wont kind anrt or !»t( lUndlnr
kav* b««n cured. Tintee'l, en ctronc my laltli In
Mod TWO UOTTL&l FkKK, tnc-il.er with* VJ,L
0ABI«B TKEATlflK on this dlwas., to any .ufforer. QIt« K»
VUI *od P.
0. AddrfiU. DR. T. A. SLwHiru, in r«arl3C, M.T
I
NERVOUS^
DEBILITATED MEtf.
Ton are allowed a free trial of thirty day* of the
use of Dr. Dye's Celebrated Vultatc Belt wlfh
blectrlc SuspenHory Appltsnccp, for the Fptdy
relief and permnnent cure of XerrousD biHti/, \os*
of Vitality And Manhood^ nnd all kindred troubles*
Also for_many other diseases. Complete jfuora
tion to Hpsltn,.Vigor and Manhood puurnntcod.
So risk is Inourrcd. Illustrated pninpnlet in sealed
envelope mailed free, by nddresalti^
VOLTAIC BELT CO., Marshal}, Micli
JOS. SOHILTZ,
Milwaukee Beer
On draught «t
GEORGE BROWN'S
Third St., Sample Booms*"
DUOWN'S faoilitieftB for keeping Beer ooo
and fresh are naeqiualledt and ho is at al
fcunes prepared to furnish this invigorating
beverage at his popular establishment.*
Wines, L.iquors and Cigars'
or Call at Brown's Sample rooms en Third
street when in Yankton.
GEORGE BROWN,
J. H. MOULTON,
i. Jf.
'.rvSr.v
Contractor.
Steam Fittings
-AND
^l-va-ancLToingr.
I WODLD rospeotfully announoe that I aa
prepared to contract for
Steam Heating, Hot Water Heat
ing, Plumbing and
Gas Fitting-,
And am prepared to furnish the apparatus, set
up and execute work of every description per
taming to any of the above branches.
Shop and office on Walnut street* south of
econd, formerly Thornton. Moulton & Oobby,
J. H. MOUI/TOfo. Yankton.©.
Cisterns Filled.
T'HE undersigned is prepared to fill cisterns
with Missouri river water, on reasonable
terms.
^"Wator delivered to any part of the city.
•"Leave orders at Pederson's grocery.
J03IAH GRAY.
A POSITIVE
Cure without Me
dicine. Patented
Ootober 16, lSIt.
,. One box will
eure sne.most obstinate case in fonrdaysor
ALUN'S 80LUBLE MEDICATED BOUGIES
No naseuos doses of cubebs, oopaiba or oil at
sandalwood that are certain to produce dys
by destroying the ooatinga of the stom
ach. Price •!.«. Sold by all ni|nr
druggists or mailed on reoeipt I 11
of price. For further partlou- VvllLi
lars send for circular. P. O.
Box 1538, J. 0. ALLANCWi..
No. 88, John street, New York.
EFREE!
RELIABLE SELF CURE
favorite prescription of on. of Ihe mo«
"9'^ tucccMfol ipwialMti in if.c U. S
tT. for the cure of Kervoii. lability,
f"°*t. Weakness and Decay. Sent
in plain sealed envelope Free- Druggists can £11 it
jgjg A fav.
not^d
Address DR. WARD & CO.. Louisiana. Mo.
...JlMttteF. A. II.
SCMITY'S
Eiiilffl
OF PIKl 00D LIVER OIL
And Hypspliosplihs of lime & Soda
Almost as Palatable as IVJiik.
The only preparation of COD X1TF.R OIIi that
can bo taken readily and tuloratpd for along time
l»* delicstc stuiuachs.
ANI AS A KK33EBT FO^l rOWMPTlOy,
SCilOKUl.Ol S Ai I'Kt nO.NS AKAKB1A, UK.NV
KltAL DKIilliHY, COtJCHS AMD Til BOAT AF.
FKCl'lONS, Binl all UASTIXH UlSOBPK.nS W
CH8M»HEX it is mnrfrflons in its roMilt's.
Prescribed and tnidonu'd by tlio best i'hyelciona
In the countries the world.
For Saleofby
alc
Esvjggists.
EPITHELIOMA
OR SK1\ CAXCEIt,
For seven years I (raftered with aoanoeron
my face. All the simple remedies were appl ..
to alleviate the pain, but the place oootinued
to grow, finally extending into my nose, from
which came a yellowinh discharge very offen
sive in character. Itwaaal«o inflamed, and
annoyed me a great deal. About eight months
ago 1 was in Atlanta, ai the house o.f a friend,
who so strongly recommended the uie of 8 wif tfB
Specific that determined to make an effort to
procure St. In this 1 waB successful, and began
its usee The influence of the medicine *.t nrfit
was to somewhat aggravate the Bore bus soon
the inflammation was allayed, and I began to
improve after the first few bottles. My general
health has greatly improved. 1 am stronger,
and able to ao any kind of work. Th cancer
on my face began to decrease and the ulcer to
heal, until 'here is not a ventige of it le t—only
a little scar marks the plaoe wnere it had been.
I am roady to answer all questions relative to
this cure. Mbs.Joicie A. McDonai.p
Atlanta, Ga.t August 11,18tJ5.
I have had*a cancer on my faceforRomeyears,
extending from one cheek bone acrostt the nose
to tbe other. Iihas given me a great deal of
pain, at times burning and itching to such an
extent that it was almost unbearable. I com
menced using Swifts Specific in May, 1885, and
have used eight bottles. It has given the
greatest relief by removing the inflammation
and restoring my general health.
FROM THE SON:
tt at
la If, Amtriu
Ulntntfd OiUlo
JwtlhMtaai prloi, AIm «r
*kU«S*lpkte teWVUiw ird
UorvMlMd u4 fc«U, AIM
abfo* of Muaatobooki an*
REODINO CO..
»PuWUbw* *a4 UNubctom^ti) BiMtway,Nf*ieflb
W Barnes.
Kuoxville, Iowa, £cpt. 8, 1835.
flFor many years I was a sufferer with cancer
of the nose( and having been cured by the use
of S. 8., I feel constrained by a sense of duty to
suffering humanity to make this statement of
my case* With the fourteenth bottle the cancer
began to heal rapidly and soon disappeared,
and for several montnB 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 tw- dozen bottles
0.8. 8, and am soundly cured, and Iknow
that S. S. S. effected the oure after every known
remedy was tried and had failed.
Robert Suedlev.
Fort Gaines, Ga., May 1, 188$e2HttS
SI had heaid of the wonderful cures of Swift'
Specific, and resolved to try it. 1 eommenced
taking it in April, 1834. My general health was
much improved, yet the cancer which wa* in
my breast continued to grow slowly but sureiy
The bunch grew and became quite heavy. I fell
that 1 must either have it cut or die. But it
commenced discharging quantities of almost
blaak, thiok blood. It continued healing
around the edires until February, when it was
entirely healed up and well. Fetsy Wood.
Co(Sb.esett, Plymouth Co., Mass., July IS, 1885,
Swift's Specific is entirely vegetable, ann
seems to cure caneers by forcing out the impuri
ties from the blood.
Treatise on Blood and skin Diseases mailed
free.
A
The ni VKuy guide t»
lahuetl March and Sept*»
CAC-H 5 250 PAGETF
over
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t'wiuM' Gallery.
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o:v n'i for
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gleaned
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htar from
&irect to coiiftmiH
personal or
•rder, and give
thing you u.*w,
hnre fun tvtfh.
BOOBLS contain I
from the iittti U'','
Will mull
dress upon rcc
expense of m:\
jron.
MONTCG"1
•27 & 2'2ir\.
O & CO.
'I'Mgo, Hi.
MARVELOUS STORY
TOLD IN TWO 'LETTERS.
"28 Cedar St., New
York, Oat. 28,1882.
Gentlemen: My father resides at Glover,
Vt. He has been a groat suiterer from Scrof
ula, and the inclosed letter will toll you what
a marvelous ellont
Ajer's Sarsaparilla
has had in his case. I think his blood mnst
have contained the humor for at least ten
years but it did not show, except in the form
of a scrofulous sore on the wrist, until about
five years ago. From a few spots which ap
peared at that time, It gradually spread so as
to cover his entire body. I assure you he was
terribly afflicted, and an object of pity, when
he began using your medicine. Now, there sre
few men of his age who enjoy as good health
as he has. I eould easily name fifty persons
who would testify to the facts in his case.
Tours truly, W. M. PHUilps."
FROM THE FATHER:
"It to both*
pleasure and
a duty for me to state to you the benefit I
hav. derived from the use of
Ayers Sarsaparilla,
Six months ago I was completely covered with
a terrible humor and scrofulous sores. The
humor caused an Incessant and Intolerable
itching, and the skin cracked so as to cause
the blood to flow in many places whenever
I moved. My sufferlogs were great, and my
life a burden. I oommenced the use of the
SAasA.riitTT.Tit in April last, and have used
It regularly since that time. Uy condition
began to improve at onoe. The sore* have
all healed, and I feel perfectly well in every
respect—being now able to do a good day's
work, although 73 years of age. Many inquire
what has wrought suoh a eure in my ease, and
I tell them, as I have here tried to tell you,
Ayxb's
SABaXFAWliUL.
& $
Glover, vt., Oct.
H,18ta. Xonrs gratefully,
HlKAX FULUn,*
Atxb's Sassapasilu. cure* Scrofula
and all Scrofulous Complaints, Xryslp
•las, Bonus, Ringworm, Blotches,
Sores, Boils, Tumors, and Eruptions of
tbe Skirt. It clears the blood of all impu
rities, aids digestion, stimulates the action of
fiis bowels, and' thus restore* vitality aad
strengthens the whole system.
pketamd bt
Dr. J.C. Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Druggists «l,i
Sold by all 1 six bottles forft.
Albert E. Oobby,
Tf "f*::
W
Architect and MccSani
cal Engineer,
TANKTONJ .DAKOTA
pLASa AND ATION8 for^Build
-ces. Plans.iuid »pe
oifloationa furnisb*d on theheating Wid venti
lating of buildings by Bteam, Hot water or Gas,
on sanitary principles:
ings. Iron or ^od^i!
oatlo
ALBERT K. OOIJB1.
Offioe on Walnut street.
—.
mi IJakoiita
One Tiling Thou Lnekest.
Judge David Davis onoe gave expres
sion to the following: JSvery year every
leoal paper gives from $100 to S5,r00 in
ree lines for tbe sole benefit of tbe
vioioity in which it is located. No other
apenoy can or will do this. Tbe local,
editor in proportion to bis means does
more for bis town than any other ten
men, and with all fairness, mail with
man, be ought to be supported, not be
cause yon happen to like or admire his
writing bat because a local paper is tbe
beet investment a community oan make.
It may not be brilliant nor crowded
with great tbo'ights, but financially he
is more of a benefit to a community than
a preacher or teacher. Understand us
now, we do not mean morally or intel
lectually, but financially, and yet on the
moral question you will find a majority
of the local papers do the most work for
the least money of any men on earth.
Subscribe for yonr local paper, not aa a
chanty, but as an investment.
"Oh, how do5'OU contrive, my dear.
To keep your teeth so white and clear?
And how on earth do you arrange
Tokeepyourbrestbaosweet? 'Tib strange."
"Not Btiange at all," was her reply:
"Uso cOZODONT, and bu as I,"
Like the I'erfnnie Waited
from beds of flowers is the breath tLat
has been rendered ogreeaWy odorous
with SOZODONT, which communicates
to the teeth a marble whiteness, and to
the gums a -roseate tint. Use it, and
beautify yonr mouth.
A. Quick Recovery.
It gives us great pleasure to state that
the merchant who wae reported a8 being
at the point of death from an attack oi
pneumonia, has entirely reoovered by
the use of DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM
for the LUNGS. Naturally he feels
grateful for the benefits derived from
using this remedy, for the lungs and
throat and in giving publicity to this
statement we are actuated by motives of
publio benefaction, trusting that others
may be benefitted in a similar manner.
Scott't Emulsion of Pure
Cod X.iver 11, wltli Bypnphosphites, is
Jtemurkable as a Flesh Producer,
Tbe increase of tieeh and strength is
peroeptible immediately after commenc
ing t) use the Emulsion. The Ood Liver
Oil emulsified with the Hjpophoaphites
is most remarkable for its healing,
strentrthening,
qualities.
and ftesh producing
Nelson H. Baker, district attorney,
Westchester oounty, N. T., office at
White Plains, writes June 20, 1885:
"Five years ago I, my two sons and wife
were very liable to colds. We wore the
heaviest clothing, wrapping ourselvee
up very warm but it was ooiut, coughs
and oatarrh all the time. Finally we
commenced wearing Allcook's Porous
Plasters as chest proteotore. The first
year we got rid ot our heavy Uannel as
well as all coughs and colds. We each
wore two plasters on the chest and pit
of tbe stomach for three or four weeks
at a time, then washed the parts with
alcohol and pnt on fresh ones they ap
peared to warm and invigorate the
whole body so that we never took cold."
Nervous Debilitated Men
Yoa are allowed a fret trial of thirty
lays of the use of Dr. Dye's oelebrated
Voltaic Beit with Eleotrio Suspensory
Applianoes, for the speedy relief and
permanent cure of Nervous Debility,
loss of Vital!j. umi lUuLiiood, and all
kindred troubles. Also, for many other
diseases. Oomplete restoration to
health, vigor and manhood guaranteed.
No risk is incurred. Illustrated pam
phlet, with full information, terms, eto.,
mailed free by addressing Voltaio Belt
Oo., Marshall, Mioh.
Bucklen's Arniaa Saive,
The beHt Salye in the world for Outs,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcere, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and pos
itively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded, Price 25 cents per box.
For Sale by the Excelsior Drugl Store of
Purdy &Brecht.
Theso are Solid Facts.
The best purifier and system regnlator
ever placed within the reaoh of suffering
humanity, truly is Electric Bitters.
Inactivity of the Liver, BilioiifneseJ
Jaundice, Constipation, Weak Kidneys, or
any dicease of the urinary organs, or "who
ever requires an appetizer, tonic or mild
stimulant, will always find Electric Bitters
the best and only certain cure know. They
act surely and quickly, every bottle guaran
teed to give entire satisfaction cr money
refunded. Sold at fifty cents a bottle, by
the Excelsior Drug Store of Purdy &
Brecht, Yankton, D. T.
Cure/For Piles,
Piles are frequently preceded, by a sense
of weight in the back, loins and lower part
of the abdomen, causing the patient to
suppose he has some afiectlon of the kid
neys or neighboring organs. At times,
symptoms of indigestion are preeent, aB
flatulency, uneasiness of the Btomach, etc.
A_ moisture, like prespiration, producing a
disagreeable itching, after getting warm is
a common attendant. Blind, bleeding
and itching Piles yield at once to the ap
plication of Bosanko's Pile Bemedy, which
acts directly upon the parts affected,
absoibing the tumors, allaying the intense
itching, and effecting a permanent cure.
Price fifty cents. Address, The Dr. Bo
Banko Medicine Co., Piqua, O. 4old by
Purdy & Brecht.
Advtce to Mothers.
Are yon disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child eaffering and
erying with pain of catting teeth? If go,
send at once and get a bottle of Mra
WinbiiOW's Soothing Sxbupfoi Ghild
rea Teething. te alue is incalculable.
It will relieve the poor little snffeirer
immediately. Depend apon.it, mothers,
there is no mistake about it. It oares
dysentery aad diarrhoea, regulates the
stomach and bowels, cores wind oolio,
softens the gams, redaeee inflammation,
and gives tone and energv-to the whole
system. Mrs. Wintlow'a Soothing Syrup
for Children Teething in pleasan to the
taste, and is the preoription of one of
the oldest nnrses and and best female
physicians in the United States, and is
for sale by all druggists throughout the
world. Prioe 25 cents a bottle.
Purdy & Brecht,
The druggists, who are always lookisg
after the interest of their customers, have
now secured the sale of Dr. Bosanko's
cough and lung syrup, a remedy that never
fails to cure coughs, colds, pains in the
chest and all lung affections. Price 50 eta.
and $1,00. Samples free.
Catarrh cured, health and sweet
breath secured by Shilon'e Oatat-rh
Bemedy. Price50 cents,. ''Nasal injector
free. Sold by Purdy & Brecht.
Did you Sup­
pose Mustang Liniment only good
for horses It is for inflamma*
tion of all flesh.
The Victor Bicycle
tsK
R. M. WARD, Agent,
Yankton, Dakota/
DOCTOR
WHITT1ER
sn, ST. CHARLES STREET
ST bGVIS, MO-
A Regular Graduate of three medical col*
leges, has been hinder engaged in the treatment
of Cliroulc, Jicrvous, Mkln and Blood
Diseases than any other physician in Amer
ica. Consultation at officc or by mail, free, and
Medicines'sent by mail or express everywhere,
securely packed iree from observation.
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Menial
and Physical Weakness, arising from
Indiscretion, Excess, Exposure or In«
diligence, producing some of the following
effects: IServousness, Debility, Dimness oi
Sight, Defective Memory, Pimples on theFacc,
Aversion to Society of females, "\V-ant ot Pleas
ure in Life, Unfitness to Marry, Melancholy,
Dyspepsia, Stunted Development,Loss of Power,
Pains in the Back, etc., arc treated with unpar
alleled success. Safely, privately.
A Positive Written Guarantee
given in every
curable case
where
doubt
ex­
ists it is frankly stated. Complete symptom blank
enabling you to properly state yonr ease, scnl
free. 30 page boolc either sex, one stamp.
Blood Impurities and Blood Poisoning,
Mercurial and other Affections of Throat,
Skin and Bones, Blotches, Eruptions, Old
Sores and Ulcers, Painful Swellings,
from whatever causer positively and forever
driven from the system, by means of
safe timr-
TE8TED REMEDIES. STIFlf and SWOLLEN JOINTS
and RHEUMATISM, the result of blood poison,
positively cured. No poisonous drugs used.
Catarrh, Throat, Nose, Lung Diseases,
Constitutional and Acquired Weak
nesses of bolll sexes* treated successfully.
Age and experience are Important tftc
proved good remedies of all ages and countries
are used,and knowing what to pivc, no experi
ment* are made. Oa account of the great num
ber of cases applying-, the charges are kept low,
often lower than is demanded by others.
MARRIAGE GUIDE
260 Pneres, Fine I'Inleg.
Elegant cloth and giltbindintf. Sealed for50c
in money or postage stamps. Over fifty wonder
ful pen pictures, showing who may marry, who
aot,why. proper acre
to marry. Who marry first.
Manhood. Womanhood. Physical decay. Who
should marir. How life and happiness may be
increased. Those married or about to marry
should read it: of interest and value to every
thinking man and woman. Popular edition
Oarer cover, S5c. Address DB. WMITTllilt
fIRST-CLISg ROUTES 0
aa
to a.\'d fko'bv
DAKOTA
VIA Tlli.
CHICAGO a NORTH WESTERN
HA3XWA"ST.
This greet Railroad now offers travo
ers their choice between Two
Routes to and lfcom the Foj^First-clas.
Minn..
via Clinton.
-.iiia'.ota,
mof a,
mbege,
aotiowood,
•'svoiir,
Uentcrville,
Oiiil: Corner,
Columbia,
dus
Grain
ions of Central and. SOTitheast^rr
:ota. Qno vit Madison, Wis..Winon6
n.. and Traoy, Minn., and tne
Clinton, OecUrr Kapids, Tan
Hn warden, Iovr-\ The following
-MV.t,
:'0idiand,
~t.:kiags,
vuee,
Minn., and the othei
ids, Tama, nix
BOOWIKiC DAKOTA TOWNS
stations best reachefl
are amor?
this l'Givi'
Aberde-'
Alcer-
/.fe..
Crandoi
Ie 8 met,
I'oland,
J.ikton.
famond,
Estelino,
Fal bauta,
fr-inkfort,
Gary,
Goodwin,
1 arrold,
Hoary,
Blghinoro,
Hitchco-k,
Eurley,
Huron,
Iroquois,
Kranzburs,
Maacheatdi,
Miller,
If or be rt,
Kordland
Norlhviilt
Ordway,
rarker,
Pierre,
Preston,
Baymoud.
Eedfiold,
Koe Hclglil
Budolph,
Salem,
St. tawrcr.c
Vi«a»,
Volga,
Waterto^r:',
Wossingion
Wolfley
If aostmed for or from any point in
Central or Southeastern' Dakota, buv
your Tickets via tbe C'nlcagfo & Nortli
vvesiei-n Railway. Its train and tricL
oqtnpmhnta &re the best ln the wo-ld.
r. io by Its various branches It reaches
1 eirly every point of Interest In tbU»
wo'.i'aarftil section of country.
li you wish the Bpst Travelino- A cecir,
••ao:latiictis you will buy your HckoM
X-nrit"PU
A W
'-fctos for Blnerle or round tilr
for tull Information'not pb-
"fvo-iblo tromyour heme Ticket Asror.
i^vgvd t° all parts of the West, North
Northwest, write to the General
Mssenqrer Agent. Chicago & tfSrtt
..'.^tern Railway, at Chicago, 111.'
/ttU?LiS?n Asrents sell Ticket?
MARVIN HtrQHITT,
aa V'ce-PrM. and Geo. Manage*
University of Dakota
A.T VERMILLION.
Third Year begins Sept. 15th,
BOTH SEXES RECEIVED
New Dormitory ready Oct. 1.
tW'TUITION FBEE.^g]
l»-Eor putioule.ni addren the Prraident.
OCHtt SON'S
lUostrates and Unto
.every thing
for Ladles', Gents', Children*'
ana lnionta' woar and Housokccplns
GooBs, nt rrlcos Imcer than those of auy
houso in tbe United States. Complete
No. 23, 160 acreB finej' bottom
joins No. 22.
Jf P. Hay ward,
a E a
HEADQUARTERS,
Bunker's Block, southeast corner ol Third street and
Douglas Avenue, Yankton, Dakota.
A PARTIAL LIST OF LANDS FOR SALE.
No. .1 A good quarter section unimprov
ed in a well settled part of ooanty, 12
miles from oity, miles from school
house.
No. 2. A fine tract cf land, part bottom,
elegant plow and bay land. School
house on same section.
No. 3. An extra line section, 65 acres
broke, large grove of trees, living
water in a well settled section, five
miles from oity.
No. 4. A fine »eo. 1 mile from R. R.
station, joining a sobool section, five
aores in cultivation.
No. 5. This section yields abundance
of hay and is suitable for raising any
crop. Corners No. 4 and joins same
•ohool section.
No. 6, An elegant section, fine soil,
plenty of hay. haB a small lake in
centre, joins sobool section mile
from R. R. station, joins No. 4, making
a beautiful half sectiuii.
No. 7. An improved farm, 160 acres, 10
miles from oity, 2 from R. R. station
house 20x32, frame, 4 rooms plastered
cellar atoDed up good well barn 32x
36 126 acres under cultivation 7 acres
fruit trees 5 years old orchard seeded
to tame grass.
No. 8 160 acres unimproved bottom land
No. 9. 360 acres, small house, barn, 120
acres fenced with creek running
through it, 30 aores trees, 75 acres
broke, near oity.
Ne. 10. 1280 acres in one body a small
lake touches one corner and haB a run
ning creek of water through the land
hay, pasture and plow land abundant.
No. 11. 820 acreE, house, 40 acres broke,
living water, small grove of trees.
No. 12. 160 acres rolling prairie, good
grass and adopted for stock 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 the best por
tions of the connty.
No. 15. seotionj half mile from No. 14,
very desirable.
No. 16. 360 acres of as-fine land as can
be fouad in Southern Dakota, slopes
gently to the south, has fine hay, joinB
school section which iB wntered by the
James river 40 acres cultivated.
No. 17. 269 acres, house, granery, good
well, pasture, hay and running water
75 aores under cultivation.
No. 18. 180 acres on Beaver Creek, fine
grass and plow land, living water, a
grove of trees 12 years old, hard wood
and Cottonwood.
No. 19.^ A fine quarter section, nnim
proved, located in a thickly settled
portion of the county, six miles from
oity.
No. 21. 120 acres improved, on Mis
souri river bottom house 18x26, frame,
4 rooms, bricked op cellar under whole
barn, shed with shingle roof to
hold 60 head, 6 acers trees, (50 apple)
65 acreB under cultivation.
22. 80 acers, bottom hay land in
good location, 1}£ mile from railroad
station.
1
land
No. 24. 160 acres, joins school section,
afin® improved farm, 2 miles from
soliool house, one mile from church,
•tone house, stone barn, granery and
corn crib, good well and pump,
acres trees, 45 aores broke (23 plowed)
To School Officers.
School Township Books and Blanks
School District Books and
Blanks, compiled and
arranged under the
School Law Oi
1883,
FOR SCHOOL OFFICERS 5 DAKOTA
Published and for »ale by
BOWEN & KINGSBURY,
Y8nkton
We can furnish the Session Laws
of Dakota for the years
1879,1881 and 1883.
Address, BOWEN & KINGSBORY,
Tankton.
ifl
back). 16 head cattle, 2 mules, 10 bos,
1-0 chickens, wagon, McCormick rem
er, McCormick mower, hay rack 3
sheller, 3 plows, (1 sulky) and all'too?,
and implements necessary. Will k!
sold at a great bargain.
No. 25. 126 acres near Milltown, b»B.
rockU
St0ne qUMry witt
excellent
acres near No. 26,
eicel-
No. 26. 160
lent land.
No. 27. 160 acres in Bame townihin
No. 25 and No. 26 "«nipM
No. 28. 160 aores near Carthage, MiB.r
(Jo., extra fine land.
No. 5®. Nearly 80 acres on James ri»er
fine hay land, with river front of nurlT
mile some timber.
No. 30. 160 aores in northwest p»rtof
Olay county, No. 1 land, in a good
settlement.
N». 82 320 acres, brick house, 4 room
and attic, frame granery 12x88, ten
porary stable and cattle sheds' *e|l
2 acres trees, 140 acres broke, 75 aeru'
hayland, joins sobool section.
No. 33. 400 aores of Ihe best land in
lankton county, all good for cnltin
tion or for bay, beautiful spring of
water, new house 20x24 on itone
foundation, 40 acres bioke.
No. 84. Valuable 6tock farm, bigbly
improved, situated on James riter.M
miles from Yankton, 6 miles from in.
portant railroad station and town,
affording good market, near a large
giist mill, watered by river aid fist
creek which runs through entire pai
ture. Enough hay, feed and seed lot
spring sowing 400 acres bottom, 16M
acres paBture and plow laiid, 500
ioim
of which is broke and 300 acres plowed
back last fallj 1100 acres fenced in
three pastures two fine dwelling
houses with many modern improve
ments barn and shed 28x40 and lix
40 stone hog bouse, shingle tool 24x
40, corn crib, sheds for 150 head cattle,
improvements worth $9,000 aiiuaw
machinery and implements oeceesarj
100 bead of cattle 140 hogs, 10 hoisei.
Good reason for selling. Will beiold
at a bargain.
No. 85. Stock farm on James river, 1760
acres. The river runs through tbe
premises affording abundant water
and 250 acres hay land on each Bide
1000 acres fenced with wire, 200 screi
in crop last-year. This farm joins a
school section of 640 aeres. 1 be im
provements consist of frame dwelling,
barn and sheds for 400 head of cattle.
If desired purchaser can buy live stock
and implements.
Mo. 36. 181 acreB af fine high bottom
land improved, tbe choicest piece ol
land on the bottom in Yankton
county.
No. 37. 160 acreB on Beaver Creek.
No. 39. 240 aores, nine miles from oity,
house, barn, granary and corn crib,
good well and a creek of never failing
running water. Plenty of bay land
70 acreB in crop, rented for oue-tbiid
crop which will be included in sale—
for sale at a bargain.
No. 40. 160 acres of extra fine land,
joins No. 69, making a superb farm ol
400 aores.
No. 41. A beautiful quarter section one
fourth mile from cito limits, has a fine
building site and abundant hay land,
This is an extra fine quarter scotion,
and capable of highest cultivation
STAGES.
SDringfield Stage Co'ny.
MAIL. PASSEKCER i& EXPRESS.
From YANKTON to FORI
KAKDALL via Bon Homme,
Springfield, Yankton Agency
and WHITE SWAN.
JTHATES YANKTON at 7 a. m. daily, oxctf
^'Sunday'*, for BPlllNQFIELD acd intern*
•Uato PO'SV, arriving at Bpringfield at 13 m.
xANKTON
k-
tQSQrlllJ
Dakota
Ss
a a
Dakota.
tri-weekly for FOIiT BAN-
?rnT?DK OUT BANDALL at 8 p.
ne,la
thoroughly equipped with the
befttof stock, and elegant CON COB
JD COACH-
Comfort, Speed and Security
To lta patrons.
„.n« ODLTOB TKETEBB, Proprietor,
at the Morriion Hotel
Yankton and Hurley via Swan Ukt
——MAIL,
Passenger & Express Line.
H. R. DEYO, PnoPBiwoB
Yankton offioe at the Commercial Hons#'
.. OBPABTBMS.t '•'•'•iV
day on return of Hnrlar stac*.
.nd
Hortb western tralof

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