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Want*. *JANTED -To trade 160 aeres of good prairie l« for hou^eand lol ia Yankton. Address Box 17, Soefclund, Dakota. 1 housework. \*/AKTBD—A girl to do general hou Uoad wages to a oomge^ent Enquire at Kahn'a Oiotiung Store. ISrANIElJ—A blacksmith. Inqalr of W P. MoK.fc.NNA, Blacksmith, Oapital St. ANrecommendations, KXPKttlJlNOKD N0KSJ£ with first-class desires employment. Call opposite the Commercial hotel, or address F. U. uox 68*. WANJCJS1-An W' intelligent lady to take oare ofabaoyand do light work. Address ostolfice box «0. AWX'lfiD—A girl—inquire at the Hardware store of fl. a. WiNN. \\T ANTlil) —A girl to do general hcuework. V* Knqaire or Airs. Williams, corner ol fifth and Mulberry streets. aDllia wanted to get up Tea tiinbs for oar J-l £«aro i'oas and Oorfee. A hont of useful artioltM to select from as premiums. Uend tor macerated Prioe ana Premium Luat. ttpaoiAL UrrEJT to every tenta person that answers this auyertiaemont, we will send free one pouua or unoitfo I'e*. MAx'ii I'inA OOFFifiiS (JO., Boston. WAiMl'ciU dseo 1 -A live, energouo JJ.HU, to repre- dsent a*. per munch and expenses GKKMI staples every one buys outht and par tioularn iiUtti. XHAOoJiiJ UlXiTniB WA.IUC UO., Boston. uur tteuL. H* JJtl EE.11' -A nice cottage adjoining my M. own residence on Capital St. j&nquue of WALilfctt M. uAttli. tfOtt HiS *'E—A honse, situate Sth and t)Oa street. two story frame Ceuai Apply to H. OFV10& rstreet dwelling betwoe B. WXNK. rooms to rent. as lineiy finished as any in the city and oentrally located also a furnished room in resiuenoe part ot the city at reasonable rates. Apply to uULL,tXiUuiiKy 4 Quoaa. )K KENT—A dwelling house on Valnut acar ..nira, noith ul the Madison house. City biewury. Vac further mioimation apuly U. K. liOddHSUBIJHEU. r)B BBsil—A dwelling house, oidtei-n and well oil groanim, and ovur^lhiug convenient, tittudbod corner. (jtrccn and I'uiutu Htruetfc, Xaiutton. Appiy to WiLUAitl OUSNFIEuD, Fourth 3I-. between IIOOUHC and urocn tits. liiOii BH&T—A sevdn room bricit houHe on Douglas avomi, w.ta vfooasaud, cistern and pump. Inquire of J. P. oeclaeili, jeweler, Third street, opposite oxoeiaior Orug store. I^CfBNISUfiii) rooms to rent, with or without M. board, ttooois very pleasantly situated. Apply to Airs, tjarah KiUr, opposite U. B. land ottioe, Douglas avenue. ITor sale. LUttAljPress BLANK. OAi'&IiUUUU FOB 188«, i'he and Dakdt&ian liogal Blani Catalogue for 188(1, is now ready for delivery Bent free to any address on application. U011 bALE—A solid tract of about 600 acres 1 «f land, stme 11 miles north of Yankton add southwest of Jamesville, in Yankton coun ty. Also, lJte 10, 11 and 12, of block 1, of W. and b. addition to Yankton, being just oppo site to Judge 1'ripp's residence. Also, lots, blook 8, Li. X. Write me at Montgomery, Ala. JAaVIM Se.lU OOMBd. UKUBilli. ohristmu and Mew Years ltKAS 1S87, O lUOK .Hi. dLAaa»V AB' LiAMrcJ, OHANHtiKd Ralph M. Ward, Third street, Yankton Dakota, CHINA HALL. Fine Drags. Goods and Lowest Prices. Ohemicals, Toilet Artuile, John Lang, Artistic Painter AND DECOKATO it. latest and tineal deiigna In interior JL. deooration« gj^iibop on OOaglM avonae, Metweea Ttird and Fourth etrecta, Xankton. JOHN LiAN(j» Working for Fun. TBI0E3 of Blaok and Galvanised Iron Pipe A in orders of 1U0 feet and over ior the next thirty days: Oalvanued. Black, Cents per foot. CentB per foot. 1 1 4 8-XO 1)4 8 8-10 S 8 1U lS 1* 9-10 10 2-10 1 1BS-I0 12 7-10 lAhor ti-1^ per day. Jod. H. OAMPJ8KLJL1- Albert B. Oobby, Areliit«nt wd MecUani-I cal ^Jiifineer, IA.NKXON DAKOTA PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS for Build A tnjfri, Iron or Wood bridges. Plans and spe oifioauons furnished on the heating and venUi la ting of baildin^s by Bteam, Hot water or Oaa, »a aaaitary prinoiplea OUAA on & AIJBKHT^B OOBBX Wm. "Ms Powers, Xdivex37V Feed,and JSale Stable •m&T Oppoaite llorrieon Hotel. CAPITAL BTBBBT, D. T. 'Agent for Oolnmbns Buggy. 5=:«J. UL TELLER, :J^ si Attorney at Law, OHas ln^oatoSee blook TAMKTON DAKOTA BAM1U. 'ankton Bank. Edmunds, Hudson & Co. Bankers, Yankton. Wad« a general Banking, C«lloction ant Loan bpainest, the same as National Bankc, Buy and sell exehaage on the principal altiet of the United States and Europe. 3pedal attention paid toeolleotlona, and re eittea ior invariably on day of payment. Will loan money, pay taxoa and soli roa estate lor non-rosMants, on favorable torms. EDMUNDS, HUDSON ft CO. McKinney & Scougalv a Tanktou, Dakota. "UO A OKHJCBAI. BANKRia BDH1NES£ Tour oent. interest allowed on deposits ons promptly attended to. Oolleai Demeetio and furalaii Bsohance oagat and Sold. Honey to loan on Farm Property. Liongtlme k, and No uomuiissloii. ion per oent. Interest, tttmicljual Seourltlee, Bohool ilonds, Uoontv Warrants oourht on reasonable iAPITAL...... iOUPiiOa Bay Hum, Hair Oil, Choice Goods and Lowest Prices. Perfumery. and terms. IAMBS 0. McVAY President. W. H. MOVAI,Oaahler. First National Bank —o*- STANKTOAN, DAKOTA. JNITED STATES DEPOSITORY, «60,0001 905.000 00 Oorreepondents: Chemical Rational New York. Oommerctal National Bank, eago, Illinois. 11 Exol at Europe. attention. on all the principal oitles •llectioas reoelve prompt OA1 -AND- EXAMINE THE FINE N E W S O —OF— Pianos and Organs R.csived at WOOD WORKER -AND— UPHOLSTERER. Bhop in the Sear of Sanbern's Turnitnre Store Ali orders left at store will have prompt attention. Don't Experiment By patronising inexperienced workmen, or those who bave not learned the trade. P. H. CONRAD IS THE O N O S E E IN THE 0ITT. Prices that defy competition, and satisfac tion guaranteed. Shop opposite the Morrison, lhird Street, Yankton, D. T. TRUMAN L. PRATT, County Juatioe of tho Peaoo. Offloe Bocm •. BUSKER'S BLOCK, lanktoD I.,,,......,,.......... Dtkott# HAND &! BEAL, A 8MAY OFFICE, Uining, Banch and Oattle Brokers. Parties desiniuf mining and ranoh property will do well to oonstilt as. Full information far nished upon applioatioa. Address F. O. box MM*, 8II.VEB OITY ..NEW MEXICO Jfflchael Brenn an, MEAT MARKET. THIRD STREET, TANXTOB. .«», r- .DAKOTA Oi Ho utionof Partnership NOTICE is hereby riven that the pskrtnership W heretofore existing between L. XL 0*1* and Alfred Mder, ander the.firm name of Oaihi Alder, doing a general grocery busmen on Tbird street in the 'ity of Xankton, Daknta,ia this 10th Amj of January, A. 1). 1887. dissolved by mutual oonsent. All accounts dne Vie late firm will be naid to M. Oaya, who will will be paid to L. 11. Oajrs, who wi tinnu tne buxiness, and will pay all_ debts due by ike Arm above named. Xi M. CATA, ji&nxD Airas. Dated Xanktea, Dak-, January to, 1887. YANKTON, D. T., FEB. 19, 1887. Cox.Odiorne&Oo. JUST RECEIVED Spring Stock -OF— White Goods, Embroid ries AJSD Table Linene. —AT— COX, ODIORNE & GO'S. HAIAjHOAIP TMJBLJB TAJBMJJB* OHIOAQO. MILWAUKEE & BT, Paul RAILBOAD. ihe east bound passenger train leaves at 8:00 a. m. eaoh day, exoept Sunday. The passenger train from the east arrives at 9 06 m. eacn day, exoept Sunday. The aooommodation train from the east vrrirea eaoh aay, bunday'e exoepted, at 9:20 a. m. and departs at 9 JO a. m. for the west and north. The aooommodation train from the west and north arrives at 0^X) p. m. and departs at.6:50 p, m. for the east eaoh day excepting bnhdays. OHIOAOO & MOUTHWESTEBN RAILROAD, The eaat bound passenger train leaves at 6$0 a. m. eaoh day, except. Sunday. The passenger train from the east arrives at 9:45 p. m« eacn day, except Sunday, Sunday passenger train leaves at 7:40 a. m. and arrives at 10 a. m. making close connec tions witbu through passenger trains from and to Ohioago. Aooommodation trains leave for the east eaoh day, exoept bunday, at 6:46 a. m. and 4:00 Sunday, m, and arrive from the east eaoh day, exoept at 11:65 a. m. and 7:^5 p. m. fsskton Fostoffloe Honrs and Regulations, Tho delivery windows are opened eaoh day (Sundays exoepted) at 8:00 a. m. The delivery windows oiose at 8 KX)p« m. The money order, postal note and registry de partment opens at 8 a. m. and closes at 4:80 p. m. On Sundays the- delivery windows are kept from 9:46 to 10:45 a. m. The lobby of the is open all day Snndays for the aooom modation of persons renting look boxes. Mails going east via 0„ fit. A St. R., olose at 7:80 a. m., and 6 pm, Sundays exoepted. Malls going west and north via the Ohioago, Mihfauxee a St. Paul railroad olose at 9:80 a. tn«, Sundays exoepted. Mails going e*Bt and north by Ohioago & Northwestern railroad olose at 9 p. m. Eastern mails via Ohioag* & »t Paul railroad arrives at 8:40 m.and 10:12 a. m. Eastern mail via Ohtcago A Northwestern railroad anives at 10 and departs at 6 a xn. Stage olose at 8:80 p. m., exoept the Niobrara, whioh closes at 12:80 p. m. L. D. PALMKU.P.M. fHB WKATHKR. LOCAL 08SEBVATI0N8—TAKEN 024 67TH XEBl* DIAK TIMS. War Department, Division of Telegrams, for ihe benefit of uommeroe and Agriculture. StgflM Service 0* S» A., Yankton, Feb. 19, '87* Time. Yes'day, 8:80a.m. i'o-day, 6:80a.m. To-day, 1:80p.m. Just a, gr 3n.er's MUSIC STORE C. B. TAYLOR, S 11 In Ti 74 60 «E 0 0 29.95 09 0.15 Max. Thermometer 11. Mm. Thermometers. 'Below aero. tlnappreoiable. tMelted snow. CD Olear Olear Olear E. H. TH0MF20S. Here't Sienal Oorm, 8. A. WATCH LOST A small okatelain silver w»toh was lost tbia (Monday) morning probably between the Milwaukee depot and Qaeal'a lumber yard. A liberal reward will be paid tor its retarn to the Prens and Dakotaian ofiBoe. hoc Ah MJAC'OKICS. this The toboggan slide will be open evening. Mrs, A. F. Rounds is assisting Prof. H. Taylor in the commercial oollege. J. T.Sargent will plat bis addition to Yankton sometime daring the ooming gammer. Mr. and Mrs, Qeorge Donnigaa en rtain a party of friends at their resi dence this evening. Several residenoe buildings, to be bailt from building rssooiation funds in the spring, are projected. The energetio business men of Yank ton are working together for malaal good as well as individual benefit. Yankton people will oondaot temper anoe meetings all of next week, begin' ning Monday, the 28th, in Parker,. The board of trustees of Yankton ool lege held a business meeting at J. M. Fogerty's harness store this forenoon. The oaudy monument was divided be tween Miss Kate Stewart and J. L. Perkins, their guesses on the shot being the same, 4,800. Yankton's board of trade will petition the legislature against the passage of the bill providing for the mspeotion of illuminating oil. Geo. W. Roberts has just sold two pieoes of land, of 160 acres each, to parties in the east who will make good oitiEenB for Yankton oounty. Temperanoe mass meeting at Method' ist ohuroh Monday evening next, com' menoing at 7 30. Speakers, Gen. Camp* bell, Professor Norton and Mrs. Hager, Arousing time is expected. An offer of $5,000 was made and re fused this morning for the Adler Ohltaan lot on the oorner of Third and Walnut. A week ago this parcel of land was pdrohasable at 84,000. There will be no suasion at Yankton oollege until Wednesday, because Mon day is the regular holiday and Tues day (Washington's birthday) will be ob served by the stadents at home. The members of the board of trade are asked to assemble at Secretary TellerV office at 4:15 Monday afternoon' A full attendance ie requested, as mat ten of iinportanoe are to be, OOD si dared. Bar. D. B. Nichoto will preaoh in the Methodist ohuroh to-morrow morning at 11 o'oloek. The pastor, Ber. 0. E. Hac er, will preaoh in the evening at 7:30. A oordial invitation ie extended by the pastor to tbese serviaes. Iu the bean bottle ofiered to guesaers in the interest of the firemen's lair there were 918 beanB, instead of 1600, as ha8 been prenoaaly stated. J. T. Hargent, of the Herald, gaessed 912 and won the ohina tea set. The Sioux City Journal oonduots a Oirefully attended to railroad depart ment in whioh Iowa, Dakota and Ne braska railroad information is given from day to day. The Journal has omitted to make mention, in this department, of the ooming railroad bridge at Yankton, In a letter reoeived last night by his agent Leighton Wynn, of Sioax Oity, withdraws from the market his lots on the oorner of Third and Walnat streets, which have been offered for sale all winter. Railroad movements persaade Mr. Wyun that it is better to hold than to sell. James A- Emmons, of Yankton, who haB been an applioant for the territorial anditorship, was asked this morning how he felt over J. A. Ward's appoint, ment, Mr. Emmons takes a' philosophi cal view of the matter and says a man mast expect and pat ap with anything and everything in politioal life, MisB Nellie Oonlson entertained a large nnmber of her friendB, old and yonng, at her father's residence in this oity last evening, in a manner so elegant that the oooasion will long be remember ed by ihe gaeBts. Miss Nellie, assisted by her mother, reoeived and made happy the nssembly and good nights were ottered with sincere regret. Half the money for the proposed board of trade blook has been subscribed by members of the board of trade and the balance will probably be forthcoming, it will'be about a $25,000 bnilding when oompleted and will be handsomely fin ished mside and ontside, and three stories in height. The looation is yet a matter to be decided upon. This is one of the spring enterprises that is almost certain to be oommenoed as so^as the frost is oat of the groand. Railroad matters remain about as yesterday. The Northwestern is still biookaded and orews are at work upon drifts at Wakonda and Aloester. There have yet been no departures or arrivals over this line, bat a train is expected in from the east some time to-night. On the Milwaukee trains are ranning regu larly between Sioux Oity and Yankton, but the northwest route is still oloBed. A snow plow has been at work all day in the aBylum oat. There has been nothing from the Mitahell way since Thursday. A. L. Van Osdel, who is ap from Cal amity farm to-day, is of the opinion that the lowest bottom land will be flooded when the break ap comes, eyen ander the most .favorable aaspices. Should the break begin above as be looks for rather seriouB oonsequenaes, bat if the ioegoes oat in the lower river first nothing disastrous will ooour. Mr. Van Osdel has watched the river signs for many years and was one of the few who was prudent enough to take his stook and personal property to the hills before the flood of 1881 oovered his farm. The mission band eonoert at the Con gregational churoh last night was well attended and very entertaining in every featnre. The first appearance of the Egyptian wallapus was an astonisher. One of the audience expressed an opinion of that portion of the entertain ment whioh i% worthy of repetition. He remarked: "Well, it has walloped as saooessfully." Dr. Breoht, Miss Jenoks and Prof. J. T. Shaw are so well known to the pablio that it will be no surprise to reoord their efforts as highly enter taining. The oollege male quartette was loudly applauded, and their two selec tions were very pleasing. The mission band is several dollars rioher from the proceeds of the ooncert. 150 Choice Lots—Near looation of Dalntb, Denver and Yankton railroad depot. Buy before the boom. Will advanoe prices twenty-five per oent after Maroh 1st. E. M. O'JBBIEN. Ladies Furnishing Goods at Cost. Now is the time to buy, Martin & Nortbrope are selling at coBt. They give more for the money than any other dealers in the oity. Knox Two Farms for Rant in County, Nebraska. Fourteen miles from Niobrara, one mile from mill, one mile from store, one half mile from sjhool. Eighty acres, broke on eaoh farm. Good water. All good improvements. Good hog pens and yards. None but good farmers need apply. Address, SAM. KAUOHBB, Yankton, For Sale—The largest general mer chandise business in ndall,a good live prosperous town and county seat of Bon Homme oounty, Dakota best street oorner, 3 lots, building 64x94, with all the stook and fixtures, wortb $14,600, will sell for $9,000 if taken up before Maroh 1st, 1887. Address A. ZIBHBBI, Tyndall, Dak. Insurance—Why pay high rstea? Call and see me before renewing. One thud lower than Board ratee. E. M. O'BBIEK, Lost—A looket watch obarm stone settiDg on eaoh side—oblong in shape. Finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving same at this offloe. L. Removal—O. Stein baoh'nas removed bis store from Serr's blook to Max's blook, occupying the commodious grocery rooms, where be will continue to keep a fall assortment of grooaries and provisions, and cordially invites the pat ronage of the public. For Sale—I will sell in a lamp by the pieoe all my household furniture for cash within sixty days. The first to call will receive the benefit of good bargains: JOHK J. Dpyyicat. Fred Neth ft Go's., new store on corlb Broadway a open to tbe^nblio, PBItSOXAL,. A. O. Fuller is visiting his family Yankton. W. Marks, of Omaha, is registered at the Merchants. A. L. VanOsdel, of Calamity farm, is in town to-day. J. H. Dickson, of Sootlaud, spent last night in Yankton. G. C. S. Scott, of Maogregor, Iowa, is a guest at the Merohants. Mrs. J. C. Palmer is in the oity visiting with her sister, Mrs. Rev. C. E. Hager. Lewis E. Jones, proprietor of the Bow Valley mills, of bt. sines, Nebraska, is in the oity, Ed. W-Hubert and wife, of Sioux Oity, reached Yankton overland this afternoon from Hartington. Miss Kate Braaoht, sister of Mrs. C. E. Hager, left Yankton on Thursday for an extended visit with friends in Des Moines and Indianola, Iowa. U1EI). )ity, February 19th, U97 KAHN-In this of droppv, Martin J. Kann, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Kakn, agod four monthH and twenty fenr days. The little one whose sickness 'and suffering have been the cause of muoh distress to the stricken parents and their friends expired at seven o'olook this morning. Death was not anexpeoted, but the blow is a terrible one to the yonng oouple whose affeotion was oentered upon their first .born. In the shadow of their great sorrow they have the warm sympathy of friends and this they appreciate in its fullest extent. The remains will be taken to Sioux Oity for iutermpnt. Mrs. Kuhu is pros trated by grief and long watches at the bedside of her dead baby and it is prob able that she will be unable to go to Sioux City. STEPHENS—In Yankton, February IB, 1887, at 3ames Donahue's residenoe, Nellie,daughter of Mr. and Mis. Joiieph Htopbens, aged BOTen years. This sad bereavement to the familv of one of Yankton ooaoty's most respected farmer citizens oume with a sudden sad ness whioh bus prostrated the loving parents and .brought sorrow to the many friends of the child. Yesterday forenoon Mrs. Stephens came into the oity witb her daughter for £. visit with her sister, Mrs. Japiea Donahne, and the little girl was in best of health and spirits until last evening, when a congestive chill oame upon bcr and iu a few short hours she was dead. The funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock to-morrow afternoon at JameB Donahue's residence. Horseshoeing. New shoes .40 cents Resetting 20oeiits Am agent for the Harrison wagon oompany. T. J. WILLIAMS, Wanted^-Good house help, ot Santee Training sohool, Santee Agenoy, Neb. One woman to do ironing and assist in laundry, and another to help in kitoben work, oookibg, &o. Modern appliances, kind treatment and good wages. Apply to Wilcox Lumber Co., Yankton. To the many who have given us their patronage in the paBt we return thanks, and ask for a oontinuanoe of confidence in the future. FBBD NETH & Co. $1000—Worth of personal prdfaerty consisting of horses maobinery eto. to exohange for Yankton oity lots. E. M. O'BBIEN. Best Lehigh Valley hard ooal and Jackson Hill soft ooal "at Queal & Co., Telephone 68. When Baby was slok, we gave her Castoria, When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, When she became l£ias, she along to Castoria, VThaa she had Children, the tare them Casteiia, A OAR.1D. To all who arc fluttering from the orroii jid indiscretions ot youth, oorvoug weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c., I will send a recipe that will cure yau.FBEE OF CHAKOE. This groat remedy was dbcovorod by a missionary in South America. Bend a iself-addrossed envelope to the BKV. J0SK7B T. IKUA27, Station Dt X*m Ttk Oil» Best Lehigh Valley hard ooal Jaokson Hill soft ooal at Queal & Telephone 68. and Co. J. B. Samborn.A Son's farniture warerooms, A oomplete line of all classes of farnitnre, upholstering and undertaking. Ohristoph Stienbacli, the Broadway grocer, presents to each purchaser of a dol lar's worth of groceries for cash a ticket for a drawing for a new Singer sewing machine which machine is on exhibition at G. Stein bach's grocery house in the Max block on Broadway. For Kent—The boase now ooonpied by me witb farnitare, ie for rent on accommodating terms, to a suitable tenant. OHM L. PJCNNINOTOJT, $5.00 Reward—A reward of. five dollars (85.00) will be paid for tbe retarn of my Irish setter dog. Bird. "'"i1 F. I.FAKB. H. W. Pike has porobaeed, of Geo. E Hawley, bis tinner's outfit and has se cured the services of a first class tinner. On and after Feb. 1st, be will be pre pared to do all work in that line with neatness and dispatch. His basinees headquarters will be on the oof her of Broadway and Third streets. Best Lehigh Valjey hard ooal and Jaokson Hill soft ooal at Qaeai and Oo, Telephone 68. Moutty to loaa on re*I state or uuattle •eoority, E. EL VAN AMI wiutp, Abatraot Offloe, .i#- Subscribe Kow—Xoa can yet^auy newspaper published In Anuriti or Europe at the lowest sabsoription prioe, Any premiams offered by publisher in* oluded. Daily papers ohanged at any time if not satisfactory to subsoribe-7. Also sohool supplies, books, pictures, && at A. W. Howard's. Watcliep, diamonds, silver goods and spectacles, at the jewelry store ol 11. G. CLARK & CO., S INFANTS Oct. #, 1885. Peabody, Uass. I have seen Mr.. McKay's boy when badly afTeoted with the Jfcaema. He was a pitiful sight to look at. I know that he has tried oar best physioians. and did all a father oould do for a suffering ohild, but availed nothing. I know that the statements he has made you as regards tho ennng of his boy by yoar Oosi CCBA UEMXDIKS are true in every partionlar. IN ONE MINUTE. MkWeakness 4k Bheumatio, Nenralgio, ^clatio, Bud den. Sharp and Nervous Pains and relieved in. one ntlnate by the Cuticura Anti-Pain Plaster. Atdrnggists, 25 oents. Potter Drug Co., Boston. WANTED, Eaw ZF-ojcs! At the highest market prioe. Send for Price Current to the Old Beliable Furriers and Fur Merchants, Established 1866. A. E BURKHARDT & CO. 118 WEST FOURTH ADD UK. Yankton, D. T. 50 Pieces—Fifty pieces of all wcol oashmeres for sale at coBt at J. E. Buocb'S, INVALIDS FOOD The only perfect substitute torMothw1! milk, invaiuapie m. Cholera Infantum and Teething* A pre-Uffeetea food fbr Dys* peptics, Ooneumptivee, Convalescent*. Perfect nutrient In all WattlnK Dlssases* Requlree no. cooking. Our BOOK. The Cars Requires and Feeding of Infants* mailed free. DOLXBBR. OOODALB GO.. Boston llMB. A CHILD'S SKIN Ears and Scalp Covered with Eoze matous Sosbs and Sores Cured by Cuticura, MY little son, aged eight years, has been afllioted with Kozema of the soalp, and at times a great portion of the body, ever since he was twoirsars old. It began in his ears, and extended to liis soalp, vrhich became covered with soabs and sores, and from which a sticky fluid poured ont, causing intense itohing and die trees, and leaving his hair matted and life less. Underneath these teabs the skin was raw, like a pieoe of beefsteak. Gradually the hair oame out and was destroyed, nutil bnt a small patch was left at the baok of the head. My friends in Peabody know how my little boy has suffered. At night he would scratch his ncad until his pillow was oovered with bleed. I used to tie nis hands behind him, and in many ways tried to prevent his scratching but it was no use, he would scratch. I took him to the hospital and to the beBt pbysioians in Peabody without succoss. About this time, some friends, who had been cured by the OunotJK* BEMB DIEU, prevailed Hpon mo to try them. I began to use them on the 15th of January last. In seven months every partiole of the disease was removed. Not a spot or soab remains on hiB scalp to tell the story of his suffering. His hair has returned, and is thick and strong, and h's soalp as sweetandolean as any child's in tho world. I oannut say enough to express mjr gratitude for this wonderful onre by the Ouri OD1IA UEUK 'IEB, and wish all similarly afflicted to know tbat my statement is true and withont exaggeration. OUABLEH MoKAV, 113 AND IU BAKEB ST., CINCINNATI, O. STAR Omnibus & Transfer Line TANKTON, DAKOTA. "*l,lnri \it, STEFFI N & KlN0Et, Pro'r# TVTEW and elegant OMNIBUBEB squat to Lbs best in.any western city. TKCEPHOHE: Merohants No. 89 Kincel's No. 7S Hteffin's No. 88 Germania House Beuglas Avehns, near Third street. Xaakton, Dakota. Wajlbanm & Becker, PROPRIETORS. This honse la the headquarters fori traveler* nd immigrants.^,Qoed stablingi oonneotloa witb the hotol. D"° LKOAL BliAKKH PRESS AND DAKOTAIAN LItT FOE LAWYERS, JDSTIOES OF THE PEACE PROBATE JUD3E8 'i. 0LERK6 OFJOOURT V. a V. OOMMISSIONERB.... MIKEBB B-i SHERIFFS RAILROADS, OHPN3 AND FOR and operates nearly 5.SOO miles of thoroughly equipped road IT Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota and Dakota. IT IB TBS BEST DIBEOT ROUTE BBTWUES ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS IK TBE NOBTHWEST, SOUTH WMT AND FAB WIST. For maps, time tables, rates of passage and freight, etc., apply tn the nearest Btation agent of the Ohioago, Milwaukee A St. Paul Hall way. or to any railroad agent anywhere in the World. B. MILLER, W& A. V. H. CARPENTER, General Manager. Gen'-i Paae. and Tk't A.tft. J. F. TOOKEH, GKO. H. HFAFFORD, Aw't Gen'x Man. Asa*t Gen Pass A T'fct Atft |3^"For noticou in reference to Special Ki oaraionn, ob&ngen of time, and other items of intereet in conaention with the Chicago, Mil waukee A St* Paul Uailway, please refer to the local columns of thie paper. DBNTISTRY.H. Or. W. fi. Vl NOTARIES POBLIO %t^.,OONYEYANOERS S. Land Office Blanks VA»talogae farnishwl applioatioa Additet. BOWEN KINGSBURY Yankton. Dakota DENTI8TBX BBOWN, Oentint. Unie hlook, Yankton*^. Vrerti alway«on hand* THE PEOPLE'S LINE. mem Fargo & Southern ItAIJLWAY, between FAHG0 & ORTONVILE Is prepared to handle both fREIpHT & PASSENGER TRAFFIC Srtonville With WILLIAM J.MOCJAKTHY, 88 FOB tor HU, feabody, Haaa. Sold everywhere. Price itmciUBA, SO cents CUTIOUBA TJOAP, 26 cents ODTICOB* li«SOL YENT, si.uo. Prepared by POTXBB Duuo asd OHEMIOAL CO., Boston. .Tenil for "Bow to Care Skin Diseases." niMPLKg. Blackheads, Skin Blemishes, and rllll Baby Humors use OuTieusA Hoir. roinptness and safety. Oonneoting with the Ohioago, Mil waukea. A tit. Panl systom. the Fargo & Southern thuB makes another Great Trunk Lino To all eastern and southern states. The Peoples' Line is saperb in all its appointments, elegant coaohes, Pullman sleepers on all night trains and its rates are always as low and time as quick as other lines. aif&jl-vVW,.'" ••.*'* '"When yon go east or oome wsat try th. Fargo and Southern. Trains leave Fargo for Minneapolis, St. Pan *nd intermediate stations, at 7 80 p. m. and 7:80 a. m. Arrive at Fargo from St. Paul,and Min neapolis at 8 a. in. and B:20 p. m. Tiokete for sale at the prinolpal stations, ot. Panl, Minneapolis, Oniaago and all eastern and southern states. For further information address A. T. H. OA11PKNTEB, Gen. Freight and Pass. Agent. Milwaukee Sioux City & Pacific RAILROAD IX OONMEOnOH WITB 1HF Chicago & Northwest™ RMlvray, i.'S' Bsrwnm— V..' Trains leave Bloaz and 4:40 a. at. p^noipal poiu ,-o ovular Pioneer Route SIOUX OITY AND CHICAGO Two daily trains. The only linejrnnnlng PULLMAN ALACK Drawing-liuom and Sleep, ng ears between Sioux Oity and Ohieago, ibrough without oange. Elegant Dining tan are also inn on Trains between Ohioago and Council Blufis, These oar are the moat modern, oomplete and maflnlfivent Dining Oats ill exlstecoe, and aro managed and rnn entirely in the intereasf of the traveling pnblie, aiui withont regard to expense in maintaining the table. The nreals famished will inolude all the dalieaoies ot the season, and equal to those to be had at any strictly first-elau hotel. Speed, oomfort amd safety are combined, whioh render this the PEOPLES' FAVORITE ROUTE FBOM SIOUX CUTS TO DhiCagO AND ALL Milwaukee JOINTS EAST ta 8ouU"™ Des Moines Sflii^l^.8onther' St. Louis AND AU Polnt"A: •-J&ffi':: :SSSSg): All Train* are folly ecnlpped with the UIEr 1.EB 8AVETX PlIiTFOBM and WEBTINQ HODSE AUOMATIO AIR BBAKH1B. Oity dally at Id! p. Passengers taking this line make dlreot oon neotlons in Ohioago with all fast trains for all rinclpal points east, and at U. P. under Blnffa, with all te _k. Bag and west. Baggage cheokadthrongh to t^: J. B. BUOHAMAN, Oeneral Passenger Agent. 0. It. Ia&wuB, Oenl. Bop't., Mlssonri Valley, low* 1. W. BUDDY, Agent. Bionz Oity. To School, Officers. 1 ^4 -L Sohool Township Bookstand Biai:k j,' Sohool District Books and •Jus Blanks," compiled and arranged under the Sohool Law or 1883, F0MSCH00L OFFICERS a DAKOTA Published and for.sale by BOVEN 4k KUT08BVKT, Yank too «e -SSMIIII SS«*»M«I. Dakota. JOHN L. PENNINGTON ATICBHAI AIJLAW Re&l Estate and Loan Brisker, IJie «nd Pire Innuanee. Br*Offioe—Boom Xaaktac. Dakota^. So. I. Poslo^Ue Www.