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QI^JOS. H. CAMPBELL.,
machinist, Boiler Maker
--AW-
MILLWRIGHT
VTANCFAOTUBES Engines, Doiloni, Wind
Mills, for floor and print purposes Smoke
Htaoks,Ureeohings, Tanks, Mill Furnishings,
Engine Furnishings,
Drawings and traoings for machinery and
heavy framing.
Wlnvontors' oiiginals perfected.
by
lusti
made of those dimensions.
Yankton and Swan Lake
Stage and Express
Line.
3
N. MOORE, Proprietor.
J*BATE
Sankton Mondays, Wednesdays'and
fridaya at 7 o'olook a. mH returning Tuef
dasy Thursdays and Saturdays.
...
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Actoal cosh
Established by a People's Convention.
Operates on Business Principles,
Approved by Business Men.
Publicly Endorsed by Territorial Farm-1
en' Alliance
Risks Limited In Amount,
Insurance Well Distributed. a I
Collects Assessments Before Los*.
No Liability In Excess of Premium.
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E.
A. BRUCE, Agent.
BEfi THAT THE
KXAOT LABLE IS ON
F.AOH CHIMNEY AS
"SHOWN IN PIOTURt
FACTURED O
ITTSBURG
DEALERS
rORSA
New Advertisements.
TO ADVERTISERS
For a ohaok tor tSO we will print* ten
advertisement in One Million issues of lend.
AmerioanNe.wspaper«. This is at the rate
only one-fifth of a cent a line for 1,000 Oiroula-
t-.ion
LT,?e advertisement will be placed before
OneJKiUitm (tyTtrent newspaper Durohasers?
KxixiOf
date abo
dv. and
a, newspaper pnrohasers*-r
or Fit* ttxujOK, Bkjldkrs. Ten lines will
accommodate about 75 words. Address with
ropy of Adv. and cheok, orsendW cent* for
Book of 17
BOWEI^&OO.,
10 SPBDO* BT., NtW XOBK.
A POSITIVE Ss^
a One box
are tat most obr4in*te «m iafoar d«yi ox
OHi.
ALLAN'S SOLUBLE MEDICATED BOUGIES
Ho naseua doses of oubebs, oopaiba or oil of
sandalwood that an oertain to produce dys
pepsu^by destroyingtiuiooattngaofthestom-
dn
id by all
CURE.
or mailed oh reoeipt
of price. For farther parttoa
send for oirculai. P. O.
So. 83. ork.
MARVELLOUS MEMORY
DISCOVERY
Prospectus, awiva, hi
Astronomer. Bona. W.. W. Astok, Juoah P.
Bkotamik, Drs. Mihob,Woodand others, sent
post r&xx by
PBOF. LiOISETTE
#87 Fifth Avenue, Daw fork
ADVERTISERS
"can learn the exact cost
of any proposed line of
advertising in American
papers by addressing
Ceo. P. Rowell & Go.,
'm
Newspaper Advertising Bureau,
lo Spruoo St., New York.
tend lOota. for lOO-Rago Pamphlet.
DAN. MoDEVITT,
4
Dmler
Qroocries, WIiim indUqam
*eed uad Piovisiense,*
TAJATOK wniBMM.m, .MWDAKOTA-
./
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engine
J©8. H. nAMPBKT.T.
unkton,!}. T.
Postoffioe box 781. Yankton
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IX 989
s.s.s
About twenty years ago I discovered a little
aore On my cheek, and the doctors pronotmoed
Heaucer. I bare tried a number of physicians,
but without reoelvlnp any permanent benefit.
Among the
number wore one or two
specialists.
The Medicine they applied was Uke fire to the
sora, caasing intense pain. I saw a statement
In the papers telling what a 8. a had done for
others similarly afflicted. I procured some at
once. Before I had used the seoond bottle the
neighbors could notice that my cancer was
healing up. Kygeneral health had been bad
for two or three years—I had a hacking oomgh
and spit Mood eonthnnlly. I had a severe
pain In iny breast. After taking six bottles of
B. B. 8. ray oough left me and I grew stouter
than I had been for several years. My cancer
has healed over all bat a little spot about the
sise of a half dime, and it la rapidly disappear
ing. I would advise every one with earner to
give 8. 8. a a fair trial.
Mas. HAROT J. KcOOHATJGHEY,
Athe Orove,
Tlppeeano* Co., Ind.
Fob. 16,188$.
swift*
Gpeolfle is entirely vegetable, and
seems to ion canoers by forcing out the impa
rities from the blood. Treatise on Blood and
Skin Diseases mailed free.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
D&AWKB. 8, AVUiniA, GA.
ELYS
Cream BalmMmTy^
Give* Relief at once
and Uwet.
lu„cl
COLO IN HEA0pp^^ -J
HAY FEVER
Not a Liquidfimm
or Pmeder.
from ImuriouiwB^tf\i?*^nv
Drvgt and Offen-ff&s'
tive odors,
1
Does Business Every where'In Dakota.
HAY,"FEVE|{
^5?, BeSm ia applied Into eaoh
ESSfey* ^L5s:T?amK to use 'and is quickly ab
sorbed,.effectually oleanatag the nasal pas
aages«f catarrhal virus, causing healthy seore-
colds, completely heals the sore* and restores
the sense of teste and smell. Beneficial results
are realised by a few applications.
A thoroitgk trtatmtnt will eur«.
reri0tered
BLT BBOTHKB8, Druggists, Owego, N.
Absolutely Pure.
This Powder never varies.
-t-npei
short weight, alum or phosphate no'
test,
wders.
er Oom-
DOCTOR
617. ST. CHARLES STREET
Sf liOVIS, MO-
A itotfala* dridut^ ofthree medical col
«*«. Hm been longer cngoged in the treatment
of (lUnmlCt Nervon^ likln and Blood
IMseate* than any other physician in Am«r
teft*: Consultation at office or by roall/free, and
Medicine* sent by malt or express eveiy^vhere.
•wnroly racked trMfromobMrvatlon.
Nervou* Prostration, Debility, Merttai
and Phyticaf Weakness, arising from
Indlsmtlon. Cieesi, Eipotare or In*
?nJffenco, producing- some of-the following
ejects: Ncrvounness, Debility,. Dimness ol
Sijfh^ Defective Memo^ Pimples oo the Face
Aversion toSocfety of Females, Wantol Pleas
ure in Lile^ Un^.tness to Marry, Melancholy,
Dyspepsia. Stunted Development,I*osa of Power,
Pains the Back etc., are treated with unpar*
alleled success. Safely, privately.
A Poeitive Written Guarantee
eIs
ven in every cu*uli cask where doubt ex
ItislrsnUystated. CompletesyniptombltnV
enabling you to oroperly state your case. sen.
free. 36 page book either sex, one stamp.
Blowf Impuritit, and Blood Pointing,
Mercurial and othtr Afftetiont of Throat,
Skin and Bonn B/otcJita, eruptions, OU
teres and Uleort, Painful Swoiiingt,
from whatever cause, positively and forever
driven from the system, by means of Savb timk
TBSTKO itBissDiss. STirrsnd swor.UK JOINTS
and KBiosCATim, the result of blood poison,
positively cureB. No poisonous drugs .used.
Catarrh, Throat, Mom. Lung oTaeasat,
Constitutional and Acquired Weak
nesses of bofb aexeab treated successfully.
Aff« and expenenee are Important the
ii
ber of cases applylRsr, the charges srs kept low.
often lower than is demanded-by others.
jMOFsgei,
naePWM,
Elegant doth and ^iltbibdibg. Sealed for 50e
In money or postage stamps. Over fifty wonder
ful pen pictures, showing who may marry, who
not, why. Proper age to marry. Whomarnr$*st.
Manhood, womanhood. Physical decay Who
should marrr. How life and happiness m*T be
increased* Thou© married or jtuout to marry
should read it of Interest and value to every
thinking man and woman. Popular edition,
••per covera '35©. Address PM. WJft ITM W.WL
FREE!
RELIMILE SELF CURI
A 6f»orite prescription of oae of the aoti
noted and successful
A -"-r"— ws UlC UlUfe
•. noted ana successful s* wiali*t»in the U. S
retired} for the pure of Hfervoue HebUitv,
i«Mt )latiBO»il, Wenlcaesa and Bcesy, Sent
a pUiSi sealed, envelope Free.. Dru^ists can fill it
Ad dress OR. WARD CO« LouioiatM.
rkAKOTA RKPOBT9--VolirpMs 1 ud t-
The Pmntost Unanimous.
vf.
D. Salt, druggist, Bipptu, Ind, tee
Ufiee: "I can reoommend Electric Bitten
the very best remedy. Every bottle
gold baa given relief In every case. One
man. took six bottles, and was cored of
rheumatism of ten Tears' "standing."
Abraham Hare, druggist, Bellville. Ohio,
affirms: "The. best selling mediclae I
bare ever handled in my 20 years' experi
ence, is Electrio Bitters." ThoQsan.aB of
others have added their testimony, so that
(he verdict is ananimons that Electric
Bitters do care all -diseases of the Liver,
Kidneys or Blood. Only a half a dollar
a bottle at Purdy Brecht's.
DWELLS OF THE PAST
A8 COMPARED WITH THE DUDES AND
DANDIES OF TO-DAY. Su
What Constitutes a Dade—The Spanish
Courtier of the Last Centnry—The Orim
Puritan Dandy—Th. Old Kniekerboelier
Dnde.
CATARRH
The word "dude" is in itself a satire so pow
erful that it has almost extinguished the class
it deScri bed. Isolated specimens remain here
and there, because no species of animals dis
appears from the
.earth suddenly and
•entirely. The dude
of the city is not
-.sustained by public
appreciation and
Sila approval as he was
when he first began
to swarm over the
fashionable avenues
and pervade the
swell clubs. The
very word was
worn out when the
class it was applied
to vanished.' The
solitary remnants
of the flock wear a
lonesome expres
sion above the cuS
SPANISH GALLANT. that (toeircles their
neck. Odd thing that, about the neck wear
being so expressive of the brain force but it
Is just so with women. You can accurately
gueps a woman's nativity by the style in
which she dresses her neck. And the very'
tiptop of fashion in neck wear-, as in the case
of the male dude, does not signify great brain
weight
The dandy of the hour cuts no figure be
side the dandies ot the past. They bad the
advantage of laces, fumes, fantastio head
wear, sashta, knee breeches, swords and lio
end of frumpery. Our dandy must pttt bis
time In on hie bangs, his mustache, bis eye
glasses, collar and necktie, and trifles like
that, and then the fit of his clothes is some
thing that taxes him greatly, for that consti
tutes his claim to an exquisite. Oniy adudo
can wear clothes that fit perfectly, l^eoaqse he
could not keep away every wrinkle if he
moved about in a natural way attending
to business. Clothes are like facesj they.
show where, they, have been. A dandy's
clothes must be new ^very ^norning and fresh
every evening in appearance.
The Spanish Courtier' of the last oontury
was a creature to'make' all existing jdAndiss
wretched.
1
Like iSnto but still more gorgeous
than the Ifreach swell of Rloheliou's day was
he. .The glory of his head wear, the splendor
of his coat, the elegance of his ehtire ontflt
all these bring tears to the vJSi "Of tbe inale
creature of sweHtiom who c^nuoi gst out of
the ugly environment of trousers.
A fop of the preseilt day-^call him a dnde,
or by any other name, he-will smell
—makes but a poor appearance as to
Trousers are the
mortal enemy of
beauty They came
in with the. French
revolution. The
French peasant
wore a baggy leg
wear on the trouser
plan. His" concep
tion of democracy
was to compel
.everybody to wear
the same kind of
oloUiingi/ Aristo
crats' wore stock
ings to the knee,
hence the peasant
argued that stock
ings to the knee in
dicated tyranny
and oppression, and
his kind of trousers
wears symbolical of
equal rights for all mtritan dandy.
men. And he onforoed his theory by. cutting
off the'heads of' ali who clung to stockings."
ffaturally men found it to their interest to
discard stockings and puton trdusers. .Hence
We have trousers now, and find it hard to cat
rid of them.
Then there was the grim dude Of our Puri
tan fathers. Ho was not a creature of flljn
pant mind. On the contrary he deyoted
himself to questionsof deep religious import,
and dressed accordingly. His high crowned,
wide brimmed hat, his'well fitting- stockings
and Wide, immaculate, collar made of him a
spectacle of severe .^whion that would ter
rorise a child to-day. Like other dandies, his
faoe agreed with his costume. It was long,
doleful, awful.The fritkineas of youth was
eliminated frqm his anatomy, and be went
forth jamong the fair sex conquering only ia
the straight and namow way. Hi* manners
were po jollier than Us gsj4nents* for be it
kuown'clothei are thfe expression of thought,
and always agree with the manners of their
•A Puritan bow was a ceremony
that depressed
everybody within
sight Long hair
was part of a
dandy's outfit then.
An abomination
Dnto the Lord
would have been
the Closely shhven
heads of the pres.
ent day in their
righteous Pqritan
eyes. They had
the right idea of
hair. It was meant
as a covering for
the head, not as a
crop to be barvest
ed continually.
nticnKXRBOCKBH bsac. The barbers of
thosedays had a good deal of trouble to tup
port$feir families. They took In odd job
bery to piece out their Incomes. Dudes were
not plenty.
The originaldude of Kew Amsterdam, the
swoll Knickerbocker, wos a gay, gorgeous
cfeattue. It is even now wbispernd that
HejjiWck Hudson was oaa. H. wor« extraor
dinary coUars, rosettes on bis shoes, and
other garments of peculiar extravagance.
When gotten up with a view to heart break
ing experiences t» was a creature to daggle
and overwhelm. You will find him still,
dooenp in canvas and 01, on the walls of
Us rich descendants in Kew York Bome
thttea, however, he is Vfury grand in the por
trait, all ruffles and gloiy, when the original
epent his life in a butcher's apron. Descend
ants have a pardonable babit of improving
then-dead ancestorf, and making the«4 Op
intajthe times.
threatened
and wUl doubtless arrive. The bkycliits are
already in them, and the contagion,
be its name, is spreading,
The modern dade would'nt say overcoat
for the world but he talks a good deal about
hi* "tap coat." And be would bold no com
munication with a pffixm who spoke of trous
era as pantaloons, though the day has bsett
When Wat name was ooosidersd good enough
for the bifurcated garments of men, by vtrr
WspeiptaWe peopU Even ••prominent dtf.
•ttiS" hsv. made use of tk without losing
their pffiaainence. And no dandy who keeps
up with the tim* Moegnieie such thing as
A cane] Not he &e "wears a walking
stick," a thick, stout stick, very strong, club
like looking, consequently very English.
The doiidy of bur grandfather's day, he
who flourished at the beginning of the present
cfentiury, 'held his
own with all of
them. Looking at
his portrait, one's
lips fre sealed about
the dear old days of
simplicity. He was
a very particular
person about his
clothes, and be was
quite numerous too.
Ho enjoyed the dis
carding of the wig,
and reveled in his
own hair. His
trousers were long
and tight, and wore
buttoned around
the ankle. They
fitted the leg to
perfection, and re
vealed its sym
metry, if it had any.
in a high satin stock, and the coat hod a collar
that rolled extravagantly, and its skirts were
cut away in "front,. Hulftia at the wrists of
course. Glittering buttons. and dazzling
chains ami seals !Mied to ornament the
dandy of our grandad's day.
MODKRN DUDB.
The neck was encased
BeSide them, alt our dandlc-n are fe»ble
things both as to costume and heads. They
are working under troublous conditions.
-v
JOHN RUSKIN,
The Celebrated English Art Critic—His
Latest Step.
John Buskin has done more toward the
renaissance of art than probably any other
man in this century. Like the ancestors of
Newman and Gladstone, his forefathers were
business people so that when the young
Ruskin at the age Of 24 essayed to give the
British public some
instruction in art
matters ho was
laughed at, as it
MML
was
considered im-
ftWft possible that the
F? VMM son of a shopkeeper
should have the re
fined nature capa
ble of comprehend
ing the aesthetic.
His first book, en
titled "Modern
Painters," which
appeared in 1843,
ana was jeered at,
John buskin. is now held to be
one of the classics in art literature. It has
been considerably augmented since, and con
tains illustrations by himself. He has been a
voluminous wtiter on art topics Since, bat it
was his first work that marked out the pur
pose of his life—to broaden the views of a not
over artistic people so that they might see
beauty in all things.
Ruskin and Carlyle were for many years
the two mentors of England in matters
Of taste. They were constantly probing
their sore spots, but Carlyle had a gruff and
cruel way about him that irritated without
curing." Euskin's method is illustrated by
the following: He was invited to address tho
commercial exchange of a bustling city on
the subject of a building -they we going to
put up. He told them that t'^y had sent for
him bnly as a respectable mti milliner In
architecture to ten them what was the newest
and sweetest thing in pinnacles. He pro
to say that the goddesS they ought to
put up over the new exchange was Britannia
Of the market He pointed Out that all their
great' works ware built to her. They had
long ceased to build-to any other deity. He
suggested that they decorate the frieze with
pendant purses and make the foundations
broad at the base-for bill sticking.
An episode in bis career which set all
'England laughing while it admired him, was
his will. He probated it, as it were, in one
of his books ten years ago, became bis own
executor and proceeded to carry out its pro
Visions a prudential and enlightened course
worthy of imitation, although somewhat
against the interests of lawyers and not con
sistent with the liberty heirs like to enjoy in
seeking for. more than is put down for them.
For .thirteen years he spent annually nearly
$30,000, including in that expenses of
travel, tho indulgence of his splendid taste
as a collector and expensive habits as a nat
uralist, his princely gifts to many public
enterprises, and his private charities. He
resolved to invest in consols enough to afford
"him a, yearly income of 1,800, which he
aiys a gentleman bachelor ought to
live .upon,, with the house in which he
has: arranged the" most remarkable
variety of treasures to be seen in England
outside-Kensington and the British museum.
All tbereet of a property, worth fn% a mil
lion, he as good as gave away, including a
pardoned debt of $65i000 toa'cousin and ante
mortem Requests of larger^ sums to other
kindred. Even for doing this profoundly
philosophical and unselfish deed, he was
niade the subject of caricature and badinage
and the question was solemnly raised whether
such an example was not opposed to the bein
interests of the empire.
-The latest rumor in regard to Ruskin is
that he is preparing to follow Newman and
Manning over to the Roman Catholic church.
The three have been life long friends and fel
low graduates of Oxford.
FOR MINISTER TO TURKEY
The JProbable Successor sf S. S. Cox at
Constantinople.
Egbert L. Viele, a representative in the
present congress from Now York city,
bpen offered, it is
said, the Turkish
missipn, which in
the event of a war
in Europe will be
an important post
Gen. V'ele Is a na
tive of Water fortl,
in New York state,
where he was.|
born sI ty -t wo
yearsago. Ho was
graduated fro pi
West Polut Mili
tary academy In
1847. He im
mediately accepted
a commission and served in the Mexican
war and in campaigns against the Indians.
After six years' service he resigned to
become a civil and military engineer. He
appointed state engineer of Mew Jersey
in 1855, designer of Central park,' New York,
in 1856, and Prospect park, Brooklyn, in
1859. In. 1861- he was appointed brigadier
general of United States volunteers, and was
military governor of Norfolk in 1863. Since
the war he has given his attention to civil
engineering. He1 was connected with the
Columbia -college school of mines for
a
XOVERT V1ELC.
time.
He is
a member of all the scientific societies.
In 1884 he was appointed president of the de
partment of public parks of New York and
fleeted to congress that year.
London is full of unknown Americans seek
ing
to
float bogus land and other wildcat
comnuieik
Best Free Lunch
IN YANKTON
HIKE DEMENDES,
js OPETH 8TB£BT, W
EVERY EVENING,
MO. RIVER STAGE COMPANY
Mail, Passenger and Express.
Prom Armourlto Fort Randall, via Orand View
Andes Lake. Vankton Agency
and White Swan.
,ve Fort Bandall at6:80 a. m. and arrive
Armour at 12 o'olocx.
This line is thoroughly eqaipped with thf
beet of slock, udeleput UOtiOOBD 08A0H
IS, Insuring
Oomfort, Speed and Seoxurlty
at Art
To its patrons.
IKJIiTKB BOKa**. Proprietor*,
Sioux City & Pacifc
BAIUiO^D
V-'
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l* OONNKOTION WITH THF
Chicago ft Nortbwestrn Railway.
opular Pioneer Boute^
SIOUX CI TV AND CHICAGO
_Two daily trains. The only liae running
PtlLLUAM Al.AOhl Drawing-Houm aad Bleep,
(ng oara between 8ioa» City and Ohieago,
through witt out oange. Elegant Dining oara
are also inn an Trains.between
Chicago and Oounell BiufBs.
Theso oar are the mo«S modern, complete
and mafinifioent JDining Oara in exietonoe, and
managed and ran entirely in the interact
of the traTelixw pnblio, and without regard to
expense in maintaining th* table. The nrealr
formahed will inolnde all the delicacies ol the
Be«i«on« and equal to those to be had at any
strictly fint-olass hotels Speed* oomfort and
safety are combined, whioh render tais the
PEOPLES' FAVORITE ROUTE
FROM SIOUX OITX TO
Chicago
4110 XhL
Milwaukee %&£.|Ktnta
Des Moines wdai^,iS^.Bonthe™
St. Louis
RAILWAY, between
FARGO & 0RT0NV1LE
JlJl?, Is prepared to handle both
FBEICHT & PASSENGER TRAFFIC
With
at «?rwitgdth»o^o001Sf-e0l,n'
,&V3,v
wankse Bt. Paul system,
the Fargo & Bonthern i'V
thus makes another feg
Great Trunk Line
To all eastern and southern states. The
Peoples' Line ia superb in all ita appointments,
elegant coaobes, Pulltnan sleepers on all night
trains and its rates are always as low and time
as qoiok as other lines.
When yon go east or oome wast try the
Fargo and Southern.
Tialns learn Fargo for MinitStwlls, St. Pan
and intermediate stations, at 7rfS0p. m.and7:St
a. m. Arrive at Fargo tram Bt. Paul and Min
neapolis at 8 a. m. and 8:90 p. m.
1
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and
sddr2"
XU8TI0E8 OF THE PEACE
PBOBATE JUDGES ",*
il
GLERKB OF COURT
A- a COMMISSIONERS
MINERS
SHERIFFS
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A. V. H. CARPENTER,
Oen. Freight and
Pass.
Agent. Milwaukc
J^AKOTA. UBOJX BLANKS.
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PRESS AND DAKOTAIAN LIST:
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CONVEYANCERS
17* S. Land OflBce Blanks
^Catalogue fbrniahed on application
|OWBN KINGSBURY
Yankton. Dakofis
J0HNL. PENNINGTON
AnOBim 4 u«
Beat Bttote aad Iean Broker.
Iii#» and Fin Insurance.
Ho. a, Pjetoaos Mock.
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gaa. sStWataea hand.
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Alto, a Fine lino
trcmiisr,
east
Bouthor»
800411
the MI L
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Motions in Chicago with au fart txainu for all
gdncipai poinU eaai, and at U. P. Ti msfer
pomiw Bluffs, with all trr Ing for point! south
principal
e0^9^
through to 1.11 the
J. B. BUCHANAN,
Qtmeral Passenger Agent.
O. U. IiAWUta, Qen'l. Hup't,,
Missouri Valley, Iowa
J. W. BUDDY, Agent. Sioux City.
THE PEOPLE'S JUNE.
t*
4,,
ln«
.-of
UritMl^Statu'
0fli0aK0
SCHOOL SUPPLIESr
Wall Paper and Ceiling Decorations.
C9~Special attention given this Line.
Half Cisrars--Vu7in^n^"fro?
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ee3Million
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Supreme Court Reports.
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Tolomes one and twor
Dakota JEleports!
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15.00 PER VOLUME.
Addreas, BOWiik l^ KINaHBDBT
TankWn. Dakota.
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EXCELSIOR DRUG STORE.
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ESTABLISHED IK 18G&
Purdy & Brechtj
Wholesale and Retail Druggists.
Books and Stationery, Gold Pens
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PURDY & BRECHT, Yankton.
WHOLBSAL8 LIQUOHS IND 0XQAB8.
ESTABIiISHED 1870.
Adler & Ohlman
|.Ie9tlllersiAgents
and Wholesale dealers In
and Domestic Whiskies.
Liquors and Wines.
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B.Bond«
Oarry the Ut
dupiioate.prioes of any boose, witho'nf any exoeptton, il
Goods sold only at Wholesale.
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iSth sno^sTby selling thesa. known throughout the northwost andwetaOem will always meet
WE ARE G3NERAL AGENTS IN DAKOTA FOR
Joseph SSohlitz's Brewing oompaoy, Milwaukee, Wis. Oaheiser-Breeoh Brew
W® oomoany, St. Loais, Mo. Oheeterman ft Barrow's Bottling Works.
Lie Mars, Iowa Branswiok Billiard Tables, Obioago, Illinois:
proprietore of Yankton Qteam Bottling Works of
Sohlitz's Milwaukee Beer.
IWWe are prepared to All promptly any and all orders for goods in our line and
ffnarantee aatiafaotion both in quality and prioea. Bend for circulars and prioe list
'ADLER & OHLMAN, Yankton.
Mill
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Furnisher!
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and jrradoal
Beabetion
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Mills,
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PORCELAIN
ROLLS.
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Wa oan fnrnirh the Beiimon Iiairs
of Dakota for the yean
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1879, Inl and 1883,
Address, BOWKS KIJKJ8BUBY,
Xsnktoo .Dakota

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