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OoHonKQATioRAL CmniOH—Corner Walnut and 5th street, Bev. O. F, OUpp, pastor. Ser vices atll a.m. and7:K)p.m. Sttsday school at 12 m. Ohhist OKDBOH^-Oorner ZtON's OmtBOB, Douglas Ave and Sixth street. Bev. Dr. Domett, rector. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. BundarScbool at 12 ra. M. V" OmrnoH—Fourth street, near Douglas. Bev. A. B. Boggs, pastor. Servioes at Us.m.and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 3:80 p. ra. Scats freo. OA'rtioLio OmJEOH—Rov. Father Soallan. pastor. Capital street, corner 5th. Services at 8:80 a. m, and 10:30 a. m. Services in the afternoon and Sunday school at the hour announced by the pastor. JUrriflT G5TOPH Servioea every Sunday mor ning ana evening, tsanaay scnooi at is a Boandisavian LmsisiK Ohtjbch—Pearl street near 8th. Bev. Dr. Andreassen, pastor. Ser vices, morning and evening. Sunday school at 2 p. m. Okeman Lbthebam—Corner of Douglas and 4th. Bev. Dr. Hilger, pastor. Services at IX a. m. and 7 HO p. m. liVTHKBAN Chotoh, (German)—Sixth street, Ohas. Wenslaff, ooriauctor of services. Ser vices at 11a. m. and 8 p. m. Lothmak Ohtjeoh, (GkbHah)—Fifth street, be tween Linn and Locust. Bev. Bentz, pastor Sermon at 10 a. m- Sunday school at 1 p. WOMAN'S RIGHTS. A woman's rights: What do those words oon yey? What depths of old-world wisdom do they reach? What is their real intent? Oh, sisters say And strive in dally life their .truth to teaoh The right to minister to those that need With quiet song tbp weary to beguile With words of peace the hungry hearts to feed And cheer the sad and lonely with a smile. lho right In others' Joys a joy to find The right divine to weep when others weep The right ta be to all unceasing kind The right to wake and pray while others sleep. Bight to be noble, right to be, true. Bight to think rightly-and right to do Bight to be tender, right to be just, Bight to be worthy of infinite trust tg RSF® To be the little children's truest frienJf'^'^ To know them in their ever-chauging mood Forgetting self, to labor to the end mvs&K Ta be a gracious iaflaenoe for goed.jiipJp| To be the ladies of creation's lords. As mothers, daughters, sisters, or *s wives: To be the best that earth to them affords, *.»• To be to them themusio of their lives. The right in strength and honor to be free^ In daily work accomplished, fnding rest The rtiht in "trivial round" a pphere to see The right, in blessing, to be fully blest. Bight to be perfect, right to be pure, Bight to be patient and strong to endue y. Bight to be loving—right ta be good— 'these atc the rights of the true womanhood, —Temple Bar. RELIGIOUS NOTES. Churches, Clergymen "ff and Sunday Schools. The prooeeda of the White Lake Oath olio fair were $800. Bev. J. B. Tost has been returned to Lakota lor his third year. The Bon Homme Methodist ohuroh is used temporarily as a granary. Bev. E. F. Hall, L&rirJor»''s^w M. E. --minister, was married at Sunborn re cently to a school teaoher. Memorial servioea were held in the -^yetmillion Congregational ohuroh Sun day, for the late Mrs. G. S. Baeoom. Anew Swedish Lntheran ohuroh, ten 'miles, from Mitchell, was dedicated Oot. 28th. A series of religions meetings were began in Tyndall last Monday by BeT. Oaraon, of Scotland and Bev. Craig, of Sioux Falls. Bev. JfcmieBon was returned to the Methodist ohuroh at Vermillion for his seoond year. Ee is muoh reBpeoted both j^Jn and out of the ohuroh. ?'-ff The new Norwegian Lutheran ohuroh at Brookings will be dodioated, the 17th Inst. The Linooln oounty Sunday school convention was postponed till Nov, Srd and 4th. It will be held at the-Long Greek post offioe. The new M. E. ohuroh at Mellette, '%hioh was recently dedicated, has a spire ow forty feet high. It is called the Ahira Hall chapel, after a Hew York man who has aided liberally in the building of it It cost $2,500. Bev. feVBotkin, for two years pastor of this f. ,'churoh has been sent to the ohuroh at Britton and Bev. Wade, of Frcderiok, has Buooeededhim. Seventy dollars was realized by the .Plankinton Congregational ohuroh from Bev. fiolpVreoent.leoture. At the spelling oontest between the ^Presbyterians and. the Baptists at Huron C^ot long ago, the latter were the viotors. The Y, M. O. A., of Huron, display great zeal and energy in carrying on their work. They support a free read ing room whioh contains the leading periodicals of the day, and every Sun ^-Jay religious services are held, after whioh a delegation visit the jail and hold servioee. The new Congregational ohuroh'ai Wakonda will ba dedicated the 14th test. Prof. I. A. Shanton, of Mitchell, has aooepted a call from the Plankinton Congregational ohuroh, to become their pnatar. Mir. Shantun is one of Mitoh ell's rising young men, a oIobo student, and "possessing more than average ability. ,_He has studied for the ministry and .-is every way fitted^ for the responsible ^position he has aooepted. Bev. Alexander MoOonnell, for eleven £prears,pastor of the Oresko, Iowa, Oongre- gationalohuroh, is in Deadwood and will ijjprobably remain permanently as pastor pi the Deadwood ohuroh. Bev. J. B. Gowdy will have oharge of the Powell tiirouit, In Hand oounty, nexl^year. Speoial religious servioes arc being held in Gladstone, Stark county, under the direotion of Bev. Mr. Mack. The ladies of Forest Biver gave a basket social one evening last week for the benefit of the Episoopal ohuroh..The reoeipts amounted to $100. The comer stone of the new M. E. ohuroh at Webster will be laid witjt Masonio oetemonies the 11th inst. The Presbyterians at Emerado and Meokinook, to Grand Forks oounty, have decided'to unil«| in the building of a handsome ohuroh 'edifice. Bev. Wm. Travis supplies both congregations at present. Bev. J. M. Wood, of fF«rgo, dedicated a Preaby teriaoohurohlit Iukster, Grand forks oounty, recently, with the assis tance of Bev. Berry, of Ardook and Bev. Balbridge, of Larimore. The M. E. ladies of Bismarck tendered theur new pastor, Bev. W. F. Cook, a reof/ption at the residenoe of Mrs. Judge FranaUii tot Wednesday evening. A Catholic ohuroh fair will open at Plankinton, the 7th, and continue one week. The Baptists of Haron will give their new pastor a public reception Monday, the 8th inst. An effort is being made to se'ure the central Dakota Congregational college iu lied field. Bev. Ballentine organized a Baptist ohuroh at Whitewood, Kingsbury ooun ty, last Sunday. Bev. Mr. McCarthy, of Grafton, hold Episcopal services at St. Thomas laBt Friday evening. The Methodists at Hionx Falls are entirely out of debt and have a surplutf in the treasury. Bev. B. S. Taylor opened a series of meetings at Jamestown last Sunday whioh were oontinued nightly through the week. The sixth annual convention of the Beadle oounty Sunday school associa tion olosed an interesting session at Huron Monday night. Bev. Emory P. Hall, the new pastor of the Larimcre M. E. ohuroh, was united in marriage to Miss Agnes I. Thompson, of Sanborn, reoently. The total reoeipts of the Catholio fair held at Wahpeton, reoently, were $1,182. 46, and the net reoeipts $978.62. A pretty good showing. The Sunday afternoon song servioes in the Valley Springs Baptist ohuroh are largely attended and meeting with suo oess. Grand Forks Plaindealer: The Pres byterians of Meokinook, intend building anew ohuroh. A oonferenoe waB held at Emerado last night to take the iniatory step. Bev. W. M. Travis went out yesterday to be present. BeviVal meetings are held daily is the Presbyterian church at Flandrau. A good turn out apd. muoh interest is re ported. The teachers and sohokrs of the Onida Sunday school have decided to have a Christmas tree. The Free Methodists will hold a dis trict quarterly meeting in the Provi dence sohool house from Nov. 18th to the 21st. The M. E. ladies of Wahpeton will give a Thanksgiving dinner to the pub lic which is designed to take the plaoe of a family dinner at home. The first anniversary of the dedication of the Grand Forks Congregational ohuroh was observed last Sunday. A debt of $150 was raised whiob makes the edifice now wholly free from debt. The Sioux Falls ministers' asBooiation met last Monday in the 7. M. C. A. rooms. It was deoided to observe Sun day the 7th, as a day of prayer for foreign missions, in all of the ohurohes of the city. Anew publio directory of the ohurohes of Sioux Falls haB been ordered printed. The Methodist ohuroh at Milnor, in Sargent oounty, is about ready for dedi cation. Bev. G. W. Flowers, of Aberdeen, oon duoted Episoopal servioes at Bedfiield Sunday. The Wesleyan Methodists have just closed an interesting series of meetings fit »u6" Wood school house in' Knuu oounty, one mile south of Faulk, oon duoted by Be vs. Hardie and Benjamin. Bishop Hare preaohed two very fine sermons in Sioux Falls last Sunday. Bev. P. E. Holp, of Sioux Falls, took for the subjeot of his last Sunday night's sermon "The Citizen and the Ballot Box." TJhe President of the Sew York State Senate. For expediting legislative business, Edmund L. Pitts, the President of New York State Senate, stands almost, without a peer. Suoh a place as he holds is most trying one and requires great powers of endurance. One of Mr Pitts' ablest supporters will be seen in bis letter given below: State of New York, Senate Chamber, Albany, Marbh 11, 1886—1 have used A1 look's PorouB Plasters in my family for the past five years, and oan truthful ly say they are a valuable remedy and eff^t great oures, I would not be withs out them. I have in Several instance given some to friends suffering with weak and lame baoks, and they have in variably afforded certain and Bpeedy relief. They cannot be too highly com mended. Edmtojd Pitts, SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE Cod liver Oil wltli Mypophosphites, Possesses in the fullest degree the tonio and stimulating properties of the Mypophosphites oombined with the healing, strengthening and "fattening qualities of Cod Liver Oil in a perfeotly agreeable form, of wonderful value in Consumption, Debility and Wasting diseases. IVonttevful Cuvea, (•., W. D. Hoyt fe Co., wholesale and retail druggists of Rome. Ga., say We have been selling Dr. ing's New Discovery, Electric Bitters and Buoklen's Arnica Salve for two years. Have nevor ha ed remedies that sell as well, or give such uuiversal satisfaction. There have been some wonderful cures effected by these medicines in this oity. Several cases of pronounced consumption have been en tirely oured by use of a few battles of Dr. King's New Discovery, taken in con nection with Electric Bitters. We guar antee tbeui always. Sold by Purdv & Brecht, Yankton. The Verdict htianunouH. W. D, Bull, druggist, Bippus, Ind., tes tifies "I. un recommend Electric Bitters as the vt/ry best remedy. Every bottle sold has (given reliaf In every-case. Qne man took six bottles, and was cared of rheumatism of ten yeart^ "standing.'' Abraham Hare, druggist, Bellville, Ohio affirms: "The best selling medicine have ever hendled in my 20 years' experi ence, is Electric Bitters." Thousands of others have added their testimony, so that ihe verdict is unanimous that Electjric Bitters do cure all diseases of the Liver, Kidneys or Blood. Only a half a dollar a bottle at Purdj Brecht's. Mellin'ff Fc-od, the only -perfect Substitute for mothers' milk is reoom mended by our most prominent physiei ans as ,/^he best and safest food for infants. It oontains no farinaoeons matters, whioh so often produced dis orders of the stomach. EVERY PAY, g' Oh! trifling task bo often doue, Yet ever to be done anew Ch! cares whioh oome with every sun, Morn after morn the long years through we sink beneath their paltry sway— jg The irksome oalls of every any. The restless sense of wasted power.., The tiresome sound of little things, Are hard to bear, as hour by hour Its tedious iteration brings Who shall evade or who delay t, Thv small demands o£ every day? The boulder in the torrent's course, liy tide and tempest tonsed in vam, Oboys the wave-whirled pebbles' force, 1 And.yields its substance grain by grain So oramblo strongest lives away Boneath tho wear of every day 1 Who finds the lion In bis lair, Wbo tracks the tiger for his life, May wound them ere thoy arc aware, Or CvwQuCrtoviM by dcspcrtfts Yet powerless he scathe or Blay The vexing gnats of every day. The steady brain that never stops Is mightier than the fieroest shook Tho oonstant fall of water drops Will groove the adamantine rock We still deplore and still obey The bard beheBt of every day. The heart which boldly faoes death Upon tho battle-field and dares Cannon and bayonet, faints beneath The needle-points of fret and care* The stoutest spirits thoy dismay— The tiny stings of every day, Ah! more than martyr's aureole. And more than hero's heart of fire. We need the humble strength of boiu Whioh daily toil and ills require Sweet Patience! grant us if yon may, An aciaed grace for every day. TEMPERANCE TOPICS. A Y. W. C. T, U. was lately organized in Parker. The Olivet W. C. T. U. has fifty-two members. The Bismarck temperanoe union asso ciation has been organized. A Good Templars lodge has been organized at Central. By order of President Bobert Harris' the sale of liquor is prohibited on land belonging to the Northern Pacific rail road. The newspapers give Mrs. Harris wife of the president, credit for this order. The valuation of property in Pieroe oounty, Georgia, has inoreased over sixty per cent, under six years of prohi bition. Taxes have fallen from fifty, two cents on the hundred dollars to thirty-five Cents, and tbo.oounty is free from debt. The W. C. T. U., band of hope voter's league and Good Templars, of Olympic, W. T\, u'l united in the grand effort for prohibition. The W." C. 'T. U. ana temperance league of Bapid City opened their read ing room Wednesday evening by gitiog a literary and musioai entertainment. I The annual meeting of he Huron W. C. T. U. was held last week. This union has held twenty-eight regular meetings and five publio oneB. The offioe-rs for the ensuing year are: President, Mrs, D. S. MoCaslin seoretray, Mrs. F. 8. Osgood treasurer, Mrs. E. C. Walton. Four yioe presidents were eleoted, one froiu each ohnroh in the oity. The W. C. T. U., of Fargo, held a meeting the morning of Nov. 2nd, to pray for the suooess of the candidates who favored temperanoe and morality. Miss Carrie White, president of the Western Washington W. C. T. U., is a member of the republican central oom mittee, the first lady ever occupying suoh a position. mu_ ttt tt Trr-i.-~i-._-_ iud ir* v/t x* Ui Ci vr auji wtru una t» membership of forty. There are vioe presidents of the union from every ohuroh in the oity. The Mapleton lodge of Good Tem plars was lately organized with thirty five members, at Mapleton. Iroquois Herald: Collections were taken here and at Esmond, last Sunday, for the aid of the temperanoe hospital at Ohioago, where no alcoholic medioines are used. Soott Hayes, of Chamberlain, will address a W. C. X. U. meeting in that 'own to-morrow, Sunday, evening. There is no question before the Amerioan people to-day that begins to match in importance the temperanoe question. The question of Amerioan slavery never was anything but a baby by the side of this and we prophesy that within ten years, if not within five, the whole country will be awake to it and divide upon it.—J. G. Holland. The Fairview W. C. T. U., Faulk oounty, held a meeting temperanoe day. The people of this seotiOn are alive to the temperance issues and are doing exoellent work. Mellette Tribune: At a meeting of the temperanoe oouuty' oentral commit tee of Ashton all of the candidates nomi nated at the Athol convention, presen tented their withdrawals. After a little dieoassion the oommittee endorsed the Ashton repnblioan tioket. As a result of this aotion, many strong prohibt tionists will vote the demooratio tioket this fall. A joint meeting of the W. C. T. U. and the temperanoe league at Bapid was held a few evenings ago. Mrs. Barker, president of the terri torial W. C. T. U., has gone to New York on a leoturing tour. A temperanoe sohool was opened at Huron, July 4tb, under the auspioes of the W. 0. T. U. with seventeen pupils and one teaoher. The school has now an enrollment 61109 and eight teaohers. The Bismarck temperanoe association holds weekly meetings. At the last one a constitution was adopted and the fol lowing permanent offioers eleoted: President, Wm. Gleason vioe president, Major Woods seoretary, Aug. F9nda treasurer,'Dennis Hannifin, The president of the Tennebsee W. C. T. U. feels that she has no greater oause for pride in her state work than in the suooesBful organizition of Tennessee's colored state W. C. T. U. J.t is noteworthy fact that the four state officers of this new state union are all graduates of Fisk university at Nash ville. Mrs. J. Ellen Foster says she is opposed to the third party because it defeats te&c peranoe measures by defeat ing temperanoe men. The temperanoe ladies of Brule county met together at Pukwana, Oot 21st for the purpose of making plans for canvaBbing the oonnty with a petition asking the county oommisttjoners 1 not to grant license. The oounty was ijb divided into diatriots, eaoh of the four W. C. unions now organized taking five townships eaoh. A permanent oounty organizition was then made with the following, officers: President, Mrs. S. J. Moyer, of Chamberlain re cording secretary, Mrs. Dyke, of Pukwana treasurer, Mrs. A. L. Baker, of Bijou Hills corresponding secretary, Miss Currens, of Kimball, SUN DAY ItEFJjECTIONS. Whatever you dislike in another per son take oare to correct in yourself. Every man haB a paradise around him till he sins and the aneel of an ac cusing conscience drives him from his £den. An indisoreet man is more hurtful than an illnatured one for the latter will only attaok bis enemies and those he wishes ill to the other injures iu diffoi antly both friend and foe. A good man is the best friend, and tberetore soonest to be ohosen, longest to be retained and indeed never to be part ed with, unless he ceases to be that for wbioh he was chosen. Wisdom, integrity, justioe, piety, these are kingly, and whoso has them ib the best born of men, though laid in an ass's orib, or trained in the soil between the furrows. He who lives a pure life is drawn up ward into a higher moral atmosphere by every aooeBBion to his fund of knowl edge. Tell him oi anew duty, and he at once strives to perform it convince him of a negleoted obligation, and he has tens to fulfill it open np to him a broader view, or give him a higher stan dard, and his oonduct quiokly follows it. His thought does not rest in a mere oold admission of dry truths and logi cal arguments it is caught up by warm sympathies and heartfelt desires and translated into living activity. While the many different sentiments we hold toward thoBe bound to us by different ties are symbolized eaoh by different and appropriate oondnot the universal sentiment of brotherhood be tween man and man finds a fitting man ifestation in politeness. While our friends may olaim our love and loyalty, the aged our reverenoe, great and good men our respeot and esteem, and the un fortunate our sympathy, all may justly olaim that general regard that expresses itself in polite behavior. Good nature has its lights and shades, and we need to reoo?n ze them both. Easy, amiable people do not do their full share toward the world's progress. They oil the wheels of life, it is true, and thus by preventing friction, make its motions easier but they do not always supply the foroe needed to move.it. Infinite toil would not enable you to sweep away a mist but, by ascending a little, you may often overlook it altogether. So it is with our moral improvement we wreBtle fiercely with a vioious habit, whioh oould have no hold upon ub if we ascended into a a higher moral atmosphere. How oan men judge rightly of our aotionsj appearing as they do but singly, or in fragments to them? actions.of wbioh they see the smallest part while good and b&d take plaoe in secret, and, for the most part, nothing comes to light but an indifferent show. Indeed, what mortal is there of ub who would find his satisfaction enhanc ed by an opportunity of comparing the piotnre he presents to himself of Lis own doings, with the pioture they make on the mental retina of his neighbors. God is where the son glows, God ib where the violet blooms, is where you bird Ib flapping its wings, is where this worm is moving. Though no friend, no manjbe with thee, fear thou nothing, thy God is here. Oh 1 what a glory doth this world put on for him who, with fervent heart, goes forth nnder the bright and glorious sky, and looks on duties well performed and days well 6pent. If you think 'muoh you are sure to generate ideas. These will find expres sion in their proper plaoe, and be clothed as good taste demands. Those delights of the senses to whioh we abandon ourselves in youth become the unspeakable humiliations of age. VVeloome rational pleasures, but regulate their oost with intelligent referenoe to your cash inoome, and lay your dearest devotions On the altar of healthful and abundant sleep. There are some people who really be lieve that "life is an empty dream," Nonsense! To the man or woman who so desire it, there's lots of sunshine in this life. What if the olonds do oome? Brush them away. What if you do have trouble? Millions of others likewise suffer. What if the heart is crushed now and then There is a healing balm somewhere. You oan be happy with all these trialB. Don't grumble and find fault with everything you oome in oontaot with. Be oheeriul, and try and make others happy, even if you are load ed down with sorrow. Sijgj He avengers of Importance. C'ssS ........ Next to the bowels, or rather in ooojunotion with them, the kidneys and bladder are the moot important scavengers of the system. They purify the blood and oarry off its refuse, preventing rhenmatiun, dropsy, bright's dis ease and diabetes by their active oleansing work. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, vrhen the kidneys evinoe a tendency to relax the aotivity of their important fnnotion, renews it, and thns averts renal maladies, the most difficult to cope with, and whioh superinduce a fright' ful loss of bodily tissue, stamina and fiosh. When the renal organs exhibit the slightest symptoms of iitaotion, they should at on ee receive the needrnl stimulus .from this safest, surest and pleagaatest or diuretios. Chills and fever, dyspepsia, constipation, liver oomplaint aud debility are alBO remedied by it. Advice to Mothers. '. Are yon disturbed at night and broken of your rest by a siok ohild suffering and orying with pain of cutting teeth If so, iend at onoe aBd get a bottle of Mhb. Winslow's Soothing Stbup for Obildren Teething. Its value is Incalcu lable. It will relieve the poor little suf ferer immediately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is no mistake about it. It oures dysentery and diarrhoea, regu lates the stomaoh and bowels, oures wind oolio, Boftens the gums, reduoes in flammation and gives tone and energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wintlowi Soothing Syrup for OhMdren Teething is pleasant to tho taste, and is the presorip tion of one of the oldest nurses and best female physioans in the United States, and is for Bale by all druggists throughout the world. Prioe twenty five oents a bottle. 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Siv RAILROADS. 0' ADVERTISERS can learn the exact cost of any proposed line of advertising in American papers by addressing Geo. P. Rowell 81 Co., Newspaper Advertising Bureau, IO Spruti" St., New Yoris. iend lOote. Iqp lOO-Pstgo Pamphlpt. §ZPAtft OWNS and operates nearly 5,500 miles of thoroughly cauipped road in Illinois, Iow&. MiBBOuri, PBTWfltpfT. pnivTfl IN THE NoBTHWiunvSouth- west and Fab West. General Manager. J. F. TOOKEB, Ass't Gen'i Man. Fargo 1 E. A. BRUCE, Agent. PP THAT RAH. WAT. This great Railroad now offers travel ers their choice between Two First-class fioutes to and from the Famous Grain Begrlons of Central and Southeastern Dakota. One vib Madison, Wis.,Winona Minn and Tracy, -Minn., and the othet via Clinton, Cedar Rapids, Tama, anc Hawarden, Iowa. The following' ROgHlue DAKOTA TOWNS are among 3tatlons best reached bs this roarl- Aberdeen Alceeu Altair.?..k, Ath-,. •cora, dresfori, Blunt, Broadl&nd, Breakings, Brues, Canning, Uiiistota, Canova, Carthage, Qastlewood, Oavour, Centervllle, Clark Oentsr, Columbia, Gas. fcTW1 V' fit. For maps, time tables, rates ot Dasaage and freight, eto-, apply to the nearest station agent of the Ohioago, Milwaukee & St. Paul, Hail way, or to any railroad agent anywhere in the World. B. MILLER, A. V. H. OABPENTEB, Qen'l Pass, and Tk't Agt GEO. H. HF.AFORD, Ass't Gen Pass & X'kt Agt £yFor notioeB in referenoe to Speoial Ex cursions, changes of time, and other items Southern & Cj, UA1I.WAY, between FJ&GO &0RT0NV1LE Is prepared to handle both FREIGHT & PASSENGER TRAFFIC With promptness and safety. Connecting at Ortnnville with the Ohioago, MU waukse & 8t. Paul system. .tho Forgo & Southern .» thus makes another Great Trunk Line To all eastern and southern states. The Peoples' Lino is superb in all its appointments. elegant coaches, Pullman Bleepers on all nijght trains and its rates are always as low and time as quiok as other lines. UV When you go east or oomeiw»st,try the Fargo and Southern. Trains leave Fargo for Minneapolis, St. Pan and intermediate stations, at 7:50 p. m. and 7:80 a. m. Arrive at Fargo from St. Paul and Min neapolis at 8 a. m. and 8:2Q p. m. Tiokets for sale at the principal stations St. Paul. Minnnapolis.Ohioago and all eastern and southern states. For further information address A. V. H. OABPENTEB, Gen. Freight and Pans. Agent. Milwaukee 2 FIRST-GLSSS OSUTES 9 DAKOTA VIA THE CHICAGO NORTH WESTERN Crandon, Miller. De 8mst, Norbcrti Soland, Mordland, Elkton, Northville, Esmond, Ordway, Estelinei Parker. Fairbanks, Pierre. Frankfort, Preston, Gary, •,**? Eaymond, Goodwin, Bedfield, Barrold, Bee Heights, Henry, Budolph, Hlghmore, Salem, Hitchoock, Bt. Lawreaes Hurley, Vila*. Huron, Velga, Iroqueis, Wafertown, Kranzbargi Woitiiiffto&i Manchester, WolseyT If destined for or from any point In Central or Southeastern Dakota,-buy your Tickets via the Chicago & North", western Railway. Its train and tract equipments are the best lc the world, and by its various branches it rer nearly every point of interest in wonderful section of country. If you wish the Beet Traveling Accom modations you will buy your Tickets by this route AND VOL TAKE NONB OxHISH. For rates for single or round trie octets anrt for lull Information' not ot tainapl.j fl-om your heme Ticket Agentp 5e5?r:L,to aU Parts of the Waet. North Wid Northwest, write to the Qenerai S^fsensrer Agent. Chicago & North Hai%ay. fit Chicago, 111. AU Coupon Ticket Agents soil Ticket? JOS. SOHIIiTZ'S Milwaukee Beer draught a GEOIiGE BROWN'S Third St., Bample Booms. __ -jr vw 1)BOWN'0 facilities for keeping Beer eoo andrresh are nneqaalled, andhe atal tunes prepared to furiilflh this Invlfforattnii beverage at hla popular establiahment, Wines, Liquors and Cigars •|y Brown's gampls nobioi Thlr street when in Yankten. QEOBQE BBOWR, Supreme Court Reports. Volamee one and two, Dakota .Reports! —a $5.00 PER VOLUME. Address, BOWEN KINGSBURY Yankton. Dakota. New Adyertisements. Tof Advertisers I A LIgr OF 1000 newspapers divided into Statsb 8KOTIOHS will be sent on ap. icatioa—PBKB. plication— PUBIC. those who wl__ we oan offer so better medium for tbnroog] and effective work than the vr~* •or select Local iiiat o. r. bo To tbosejrbo want their advertising to pa for tnnroog.. ous sections a GAS. MAKE YOUR OWN ft It ..p* Equitable Gas Minnesota ana Wisconsin, Dakota. It is the Best Dxuboi liourE Betwbes all Cheap, Clean, Safe,. Dry, Durable—.. no water, automatio, economio»uj i cially adapted to private OlTJ 0 stores, halls, hotels, and 1,1 The oldest Newspapi Dakota. Subscription Prioe Reducedfai PRESS AND DAEOTAIAN it reduced, from 82,00 to $ 1,50 per advance 7? business blooks. using neither water or heat. to freeze and no danger of is automatio in iU aotion. It aVoliu'^^ defects and filth ef the varioaa steam maahlnes, there being no aabescrt residue. It gives you a perfect lihV„ fire or water. It is indorsed by the needs winding np like a olock onoe or 5 week and gives abetter and cheaper liiV: the cheapest coal gas. Kor farther if tion apply to J. H. OAMPByj Mechanical Engineer, corner Oaoitnui 01 interest in connection with the Chicago, Mil waukee A St. Paul Railway, please refer to the looal oolumns of this paper. THE PEOPLE'S LINE Btreets, Yankton, D. T. Poatofficflj, Atmo, a .^tarcvi THE WEEKLY And B&KfKai and Dakotaii For $1.50 per Annum, Beginning with subbdription prioe Annul To all anbadribers paying one yei The WEEKL 7 PRESS 42M) TAJ AN bas jaet oompleted the 1. qaarter oentary of its existence have deoided to fnrnish Per year Six months ••e••••••••••••••••••****** *1 Three months The WEEKLY PRESS AXD0U h\ TAIAN is pre-eminently a D# paper. It makes a epeoially of pertaining to the welfare and gnf^ oar territorjr and to all matter* of" pertaining thereto. It givee to itB* ere eaoh week at least .WW4'?'! Thirty Colums ot S' $£,. I Beading Matter. ft! WNot is the time to subsorit| the beat political and family joiV'l the west .-. ***. *5^ if WThia rednotion in prioe inoombent upon na to inaist tb^ Bnbsonptiona be PAID IN AD ..Sa arioui OWEI ILL & 00.^' stoo Unit Go Hal taanufai brands with sui observance of this event its publii WI it to alii Boribere at the low rate of- fosept lnj or gaarai Pofltafte prepaid. .. .K/, •inbeoribera in arrears "^J given advantage of the rednmrd^'J settling np their indebtedness tbe firat of Ootoberi^ BOWEN & KIN(JBBWil| FnblUhere, Yankton,