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l.'*£E NEW8 EPITOMIZED. The Panama oacal oompany has bought thirty locomotives in Belgium. Benjamin F. Taylor, the poet and journalist, died at Cleveland, Ohio, yes terday. The socialist failure ia Alsace-Lorraine is noteworthy. Their best man only polled 410 votes. The condition of George Banoroft was improved yesterday, bat he is still confined to hie bed. In the oase of Dillon, O'Brien, Red tnon and others for their connection with the plan of campaign, tried at Dab lin, the jury disagreed. Montgomery, commissioner of patents, nailed on the president yesterday and notified him of his desire to return to the practice of his profession in Michi gan in theearly.saramer. It has been ascertained that Prinoe Alexander, tbe deposed king of Bulgaria, who was reported to be lying til with gastric fever at bis father's house in Darmstadt, has small pox. In the West Virginia legislature yes terday two republicans voted for Oamden for Uuited States senator, whioh gave him 41 votes. It is thought he will get 5 mote -whioh will eleot him. Victoria Indians bring news that an naknown bark WBB and was foroibly wrecked on the west coast of Vancouver island, and twelve of a crew of twenty drowned. The resooed are with the Indians. The candidacy of Bulaoh, who was defeated by Bieffermann, protector, in Alsace-Lorraine by about 10,000 majori ty, was nnopposed until he deolared himself in favor of the septennate. The Austiian government has decided '.to forego the nsual spring mobilization of artillery .and oavalry so as not to awaken alarm. The reiohrath passed the extra military credit, for equipping the landetrnm. The vote was unanimous, ijie&tenant Governor Robertson at tempted to take his seat yesterday as presiding officer of the Iadiana Benate ejeoted from tbe roam. The hoaae refuses to transact business until Bobertson is permitted to preside. The union labor convention at Gincin nati yesterday morning seieoted a national executive oommittea, the west era members-of which are as follows: J. O. Dean, Dakota J. B. Olaok, Illinois Thomas Gruell, Indiana W. H. Babb, Iowa W, D. Vinoent, Kansas, and E. Hull, Nebraska. J. F. MoDonald, of Ohio, was made chairman. The bill changing the name of St. John oounty to Logan passed, the Kansas house of representatives yester day morning by a vote of 64 to 64, one vote more than a majority. The oounty was named in honor of John P. St. John, ia'e prohibition candidate for president, who at the time the county was named was a republican and gov ernorlof Kansas. The employers of tha Baltimore and Ohio Express company made a ghastly disoovery at Pittsburg yesterday. A wooden box about four feet long received from Cincinnati had a peculiar odor about it. A search in the city failed to Sad the person to whom it was ad dressed, and It was then deoided to open it. It was found to oontain tbe mutilated remains of a man in an ad vanced state of decomposition. DA aOTA CONDENSATIONS. Arlington had a very heavy hail storm Thursday. Cameron Brothers have established a bank at Diana. The first mail train in five days ar rived at Pierre Monday night. Along the Belle Pourche the enow is deeper than was ever known before. The first assay of the Ripid Oity school of mines was made Saturday. la Montrose the supply of ooal is very soaroe, and in several stores the stooks are very low. The stage line between the Blaok Hills and Cheyenne has been disoon tinned. The railroad has worn it out. The "Association Record," is a new Huron publication issued as the organ of the young men's christian aesooiation The engine ia use at the saw mill at Yankton agenoy was blown up with giant powder Thursday morning at one o'olook, The Masonio fraternity is talking o! putting up a large three story double briok building at St Lawrenoe during the coming season. A man named Parks, living near Bed field, was arrested Monday night by the sheriff of Turner oounty for horse steal ing and taken to Parker. St. Lawrenoe amused itself during the long snow blookade with social gather ings, balls and intellectual feats and rather eujoyel being shut in. At Dfooa, Monday evening Ool. Has kell, post No. 75, G. A. B. gave an en tertainment suggestive and descriptive of the daily incidents of army life. It is possible tbe nedBeld rifles will attend tbe militia encampment at Wash' ington, next summer. Four companies will probably be sent from Dakota with their best band, O. W. Patten, of Pslisade, near Sioux Falls, is having the rook from tbe alleged silver mines tested as a possible mineral paint and it is pronounoed to be a very fine quality of that article. There tups beau quite a general exodus from Si$sir. Falls iu tbe direction of Bismarok recently. Aooording to re ports evarybody is going simply to see the appropriations are not out down. Auditor Ward will return to Sioux Falls in a day or two and arrange his business affairs so that he can go baok to Bismarok and assume the duties of his offioe some time the latter part of next montb. The Faubaalt Republican says the TO Fargo, when it had a population of 4.000, boasted at its electric' light system so loudly that ill the world heard ol it, Now, with over a half ixn re population, the oity cannot afford street ligbt of any kind because tbe bills for its former extravagance have not been paid. The Indiana across the river from Springfield are now selling wood to farmers. Up to a year ago the Indians were not allowed to sell any wood, bnt now that eaob one has bis own individual land, they are allowed to sell it off. Governor Ghuroh has for his private secretary, at least daring this session, his offioial oourt stenographer, Ivan Goodner, formerly of Fanktor. He is an accomplished young man and veil skilled for the position whioh be fills. mffrn Pierre's oity oounoil is unable to mus ter a quorum. Mayor MoOlure is at Washington, Alderman Mead in the ter ritorial oounoil at Bismarok, Alderman H. E. Gutting was so badly crippled on the toboggan slide about six weeks ago as to be unable to leave bis resi dence up to date and Alderman 8. M. Laird has been closely oonflned with rheumatism for about a month, W. D. Baker, of Sioux Falls, has been appointed receiver for the defunot Fargo insurance oompany, of Sioux Falls. The books of the company, whioh were mis sing, were found in ,.Ohi0dgo, but W, A. Lowell, the seoretary of the company, is missing. The company's liabilities are about 980,000 ar.d bogus stoak to that amount has been taken by Sioux Falls merohants and they are somewhat work ed up over tbe matter. THE LEGISLATURE. ••--J*?.*,/-! The Court Removal Bill Special Order for To Morrow. Two Days' Proceedings in the Coun & oil and the House. "v" 5 & COUNCIL Bismarok, Feb. 23—In tbe ooaaoii bills were introduced: By Mr. MoOumber, permitting rail way commissioners to hold meetings outside of the territory. By Mr. Campbell, providing for the payment of territorial printing in 1873 also providing a remedy by garnishment, in district oourts. By Mr. Grigsby, appropriating 828, 000 for improvements at tbe Sioux Falls deaf mute school also appropriating $88,000 for the maintenance of the same institution, By Mr. Bogert, regarding cities hav ing exclusive oontrol of the liquor traffio within oorporate limits. The oounoil passed the pharmacy bill providing boards for north and south Dakota, also respecting the expenditure1 of road and bridge funds. The oounoil defeated the house bill authorizing oounty commissioners to employ assistant oounsel. The oounoil adjourned pending dis cussion of the house bill limiting oounty treasurers and sheriffs to two consecu tive terms. HOUSB. The house unanimously passed the high license bill, maximum 91,000, min imum $500. Bills were intgpduoed: By MrJSnsign, authorizing oounty court bouse bonds. By Mr. Wolzmutb, regulating tele phones. By Mr. Clendenning, exemptions for tree planting. By Mr. Gilbert, ohauging the name of the Dakota Brokerage Investment oom pany of Sioux Falls. By Mr. Stewart, of Fall River, relating to the removal of oounty seats. By Mr. Patten, of Miner, a joint resolution in favor of division Mid ad mission also appropriating $55,t tor the Madison normal sohool. By Mr. Aikens, authorizing r'aiiroad oompaoies to appoint police offioers also appropriating $76,000 to reimburse Jobu Nagle. By Mr. Williams, establishing aboard of oharities and oorreotions. By Mr. Hawk, enabling cities to lease water works, fire apparatus, etc. The house passed the oounoil bill fix. ing compensation of sheriffs iu eertain oases also defining sub-divisions of the seoond judicial distriot also refunding bond premiums of certain institutions also legalizing oertain aots of the Huron board of aduoation. House bills were passed: Relating to marks and brands also amending the oharter of Groton insti tute: also requiring oounty treasurers to register warrants gratuitously also to compensate owners of oertain e&ttle killed iu Oliver county ou account of plenro-pnenmonia. The house, iu committee of the whole, reported favorably an appropriation ot $54,000 for the Brookings agricultural college. Adjourned. OOUMOII.. Bismarok, Feb. 3.4—The eounoil passed the bill authorizing cnties to issue bonds for erecting public buildings and pro viding water-works, fire apparatus, etc. The Mitohell oourt bill was made the special order for Saturday. Bills were introduced: By Mr. Lawler, providing for distriot judge to fill vaoanoy in dntriot attorney ship. By Mr. Collins, for filing chattel mort gages with township olsrks. By Mr. Galloway, fixing the compen sation of probate judges. The oounoil passed the bill authpriz ing the division of oounties. Tbe looal option bill was made the special order for, Monday. Adjourned. HOTJBB. Bills were introduced: By Mr. Terrill, prescribing tbe manner of giving notioe of elections. By Mr. Bidlake, authorising township treasurer to colleot taxes. By Mr. Mentzer,protecting game. By Mr. Morris, prohibiting the play ing of games where liquor is sold. By Mr. Stewart, of Fall Biver, repeal ing the board of health. By Mr. Wyraau, establishing village sohool districts. By Mr. Dodds, appropriating $195,000 for the James to WD The house passed the oounoil bill for preventing tbe spread of noxious weeds also the house bill legalizing oertain aots of MoHenry oounty commissioner* also the bill amending the act incorporating Mayvilie also the Mil appropriating $54,000 for the Breakings agricultural college also the bill permitting Barnes and Griggs oountiae to fund sohool indebtedness. Adjourned. The Teboczan fcilrl, Tid Bits: Tbe Pennsylvania girl who was whirled 800 times around a main "haft said, when taken from tbe wheel. "&r»wa at the bottom of the slide, George?" THE EARTH LABORS. A Violent Convulsion of Nature in .Southern Europe. Cities Demoliulxed and Thous ands of Lives Lost—Fears of a KetjjXBLOf the Visitation. Paris, (via Havre) Feb. 23—The fol lowing telegram from Turin baa been re ceived by the Figaro: "A very severe loss of life from an earthquake has oo~ oured in Savona. Iu one house in the rue Untoria eight dead bodies have been dragged from tbe ruins, At Altara and Novi Ligure, too, many bave been kill ed and wounded. Ttoops have been seat from here to Alasseo and Genoa. On the coast the greatest oonsternation prevails and the people are taking the railway stations by atorm. The munici pal authorities at Turin have posted pla cards throughout the oity to oalm the panio striken population. Nioe (via Havre), Feb 33—Only last night Nioe aud the Riviera grandes fetes de nuit were in full swing. The illuminations, tbe fireworkb and the torchlight procession culminated in a perfect saturnalia when the figure of the carnival was burned in a magnificent blaze on the place de la Prefeture. This evening at five min utes before aix Nioe was thrown into a panio by a severe shook of earthquake, the oaoillationa rolling from the north east to tbe southwest. All ths houses swayed to and fro like oradlee and from the ohimney tops to the fonndationa cracked. Women, shrieking like maniacs, appeared at the windows in their night dresses. The sky seemed to be all in flames. It glared with blood-red color. Two more shooks succeeded eaoh other at brief intervals, and the entire population rushed fran tically into the streets all their night dresses. Men, women and ohildren jostled agaipBt one another. Fashion able beauties were cheek by jowl with beggars and servants. Eaoh was fully oonfident that the last hour bad come. Parisian club men were rushing about panio striuken with naked feet protrud ing beneath their fantostio pyjamas, some of them holding their trousers in their hands. The palace des Platanes, the place WaBseca and tbe plaoe Gari baldi were filled with halt naked and terrified masses of humanity. Here and there were to be notioed groups of mas queraders, pierrots, harlequins and North America Indiana, who had been making a night of it. When they were returning to their homea they were sur prised by tbe earthquake. The first house to tall was No. 7 Rue Paganini. The roof orushed in just nuit, maiuB as the Countess Rini Bardi, who oooupied an apartment of the fifth story, clothed only in a laoe trimmed patiste robe de was in the aot of jumping out of. tbe window, Tbe countess had her right thigh fractured and bar head was split open. She now lies in the hospital be tween life and death. Mme. CUeylan, who lived in the same apartment, was killed outright and her mangled re have just been pulled out from beneath the heap of ruins. The villa Natha, in the rue Saint Etienue, arum bled to atoms, but five ladies and mea who inhabited it escaped miraculously by jumping out of the window and they only inourred slight injuriee. Three Children were also saved by Lieutenant BeBuet,of the Sapeurs Pompiers, who had bis left band crushed. At half paat eight oame another shook, oanaing the belfry of the Bt. Augustine ohurch to come oraabing down with noise like the roar of artillery. A small atone rocbetted and struck Mr. Hatha way, son of the United States consul, on the left temple, cutting it open. Mr. Hathaway was carried off by the firemen and bad his wound dressed by Dr. Baretv. Then another shock oame and Mr. Hathaway suddenly reoovered con sciousness.. He rose 'to his feet, started and ran away as fast as be could. Dr. fiarety ohased him and oatching up with him, held him and finished the opera tion. Villa des Carablers, inhabited by tbe Oompteand Countess E. d'En, swayed and seemed about to fail, and their royal highnesses in night dresses jumped out of the windows. Tbe Duo de Nemours and tbe prinoess E. Blanohe d'Orleans are living in a tent in tbe garden of the vdla Grasiella. The popular restaurant Francais is in ruins. Among the ornamenta. of the fashionable world seen capering about in night toileta were Lady Carth ness, tbe Marohiorsss Cambiato, Mme. Wurt Dundas, Mrs. Houston, Mian Warren, Miss Sprang, Mr, and Mrs. Hamilton, Dr. Boblings, Dr. Wakefield, Mrs. G. Wood, the Comptesaed' Aspro monte, Lady Graham, Miss Jarvis Amos, Mrs. Sargent, Mrs. Waltndley, Miss Wilson, Mr. Tilden, Mr. Wakefield, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Sooyille, Mms. de Sapbonow and others of the phalanx of brilliant sooiety of Nioe. On the heights aroand Cimilz 2,000 Americans, English and Russians are encamped the military authorities having plaoed tents at their disposal. A battallion of infantry patrola the streets and sentinels pass up and down in front of thp villas and shops. All the oampa and omnibuses are turned into habitations and command fabulous prioes. Aoabfortbe night costs 6,000 francs. The railway station is literally besieged. Is ia a oase of sauve qui pent. Everybody is trying to get away. Six thousand passengers left to-day for Paris and three thousand for Italy. With the exception of Mr. Hathaway so Amerioan has been injured, but all are terribly frightened. At Mantone nearly all the houses will have to be rebuilt. Tbe villas and Oepo line and Molinary, in falling, killed the workmen and wounded several others, At Cannes tbe (shook was very slight, merely shaking the houses and frighten ing the people. It did no barm there. At Ounoo eight persons were killed and twenty-eight were wounded. At Port 9la insane hospital also relating to oattle brands and pedigree*, providing penalties for obtaining regis tration by falsa pretensions. aurioe eight were wounded and one killed, but there are no AmwimM among the dead or wounded, AKOTHKB VISITATION. Borne, Feb. 24—A shook of earth quake was experienced to-day at Men tone. Houses were badly shaken but no one was hurt. Villages built ou the mountain sides were toppled over into the valley by tbe shooks. Three rail war trains loaded with food have been sent to the sufferers together' with a strong detachment of soldiers to pre serve order. Details of tbe destruction wrought by yesterday's earthquakes iu the Genoese Riviera, present a terrible Ea ioture. Over 1600 people were killed, tbe village of Bajaido tbe inhabit ants fled in terror to the oburoh whioh fell on them and 800 were killed. The destruction of property is immenae and widespread. It is reported at Busssna,- a village ot 800 inhabitants, that the shocks leveled nearly every house. OncHhird of the people are said to be buried in the ruins and there ia no hope of rescuing them. Not one of the eommuuea in the popul ous provinoe of Porto Manrizio eaeeped injury. Villages built on terraces on the sides of hills are almost all destroyed. Tbe earthquake was strongly felt at a. Ot! Geooa it woke tailorsfrom sleep. At Tutiu a portion of the (toiling of Santa Teresa church fell epon wor shippers but none were killed. ID many streets trufflo was stopped as houses were/rendered liable to fall. At Castel laro a churoh collapsed, killing many I tenons. Tbe transport Rome has lei Genoa to take on board 6C0 per bushel EgKS, per doa. Baiter, per lb Wood... prisoners oonfined in Ooeglia prison, which is expected to collapse. Parties of soldiers have been sent to villages visited by the earthquake to assist in burying the dead. Paris, Feb. 24, 4 p. m.—A renewal of the eartbquke shocks baa oooured in the southern section of Franoe. Terrible disaster is momentarily expected. Nioe, Cannes and tyentone are half deserted. Fears are expressed for the safety of the prince of Wales and the Orleans prinoes, all of whom are in the aectiou of country where tbe earthquakes prevail. San Francisoo, Feb. 24—The steamer Australia, arrived this morning from Honolulu, brings full particulars of tbe great lava low from Manua lava. Tbe sight is described as magnifioent beyond description. A oolumn of fire waa first observed from tbe summit of the crater on the night of January 16. The fire died down before midnight, but that great voloanio disturbances were going on were evident as the oessation of the fire was following in quiok succession up to the night of the 19th, when fire and lava again burst forth from tbe mountain 6ide. Tbe length of the flow is estimated at twenty miles. A Nebraska BlizaarU. Lincoln, Neb. Feb. 23—The heaviest snow storm this winter fell here early this morning and to-day the Bnrlington weather report at 9 o'olook shows that the storm is what may be termed a looal one, the western boundary of the snow fall being about the Colorado line. Denver reports claim dear and oold. The cloud region began near the Colorado line the disturbance moving eastward and Kearny reported five inches, of snow and Central City six inohes. Taking Central City as the pivot of the storm at fo'olook it waa in the shape of a vast cirml, with its southern aro slightly flattened and tbe wind moving around it. At noon the pivot had moved to a point in the vioinity of this oity and the wind had ohanged to the north and increased in violenoe. The front wave of the atorm had by S o'olook touched Atchison, St. Joseph and Red Oak, Io. Billiard Vlctima Near Hltchell Mitohell, Feb. 23. —NewB waa reoeived here to-day ot the narrow escape from death of several persons during the storm .of last Week, Rose Gardner teaches a district .school at Emsley, twelve milea southwest oi this city. Last Thursday she olosed sohool and started home in the storm with three small children. She aoon lost her way and night coming on she dog a plaoe in tbe snow, and pulling the ohildren inside kept them awake all night to prevent them from freezing to death. Help did not arrive until Friday afternoon, when ope of the ohildren was found frozen so it oanuot reoover, and tbe other two are badly injured. The brave teacher had her hands and feet badly frozen. THE MARKETS, "J,.-- CHICAGO, February 24, Flour—Steady, ud nnohaased. Wheat—Ouh, MH Maj77K JaD» 7# 1.18. Com—Ouh 83* M» 88 5-16 Jane 80X Oate-jOaih 28* April 31 Uay 28X. Bye—H. Bailey—50&52. Timothy- $1,8801.84. Flax—$108. Whlaby—S1.18. t^ttla-Shippini (teen tt.5004.s0 atookera, cow*, bulla ami Oorn—No. I, a&M. Oaia-No. 2, 80. Bye-Ho.1, 55«. Barlay—Mo. 8, 51 Yank to a Market, iai««(iin MO. RIVER STAGE COMPAKY (Pi mm Mail, Passenger and Express. From Armoor to Fort Bandall, via Grand View ™in«e, amyinsat Fort Bandall at8:10. Comfort, Speed and Security To ita patrons. UCI.VKH SOI*._ Propriatsra, Session Laws'85 ft Authorized Edition. if. s# fr -j II T®® CONTBAOT for printing the Beralon I*waof Dakota for 1885 was awarded to Bowen ft Klngabory of tho Freaa and Dako- talas, and henoe the edition pobliahad by them la the ONU AQXHOBIZBD BDIHON. Wa aow have in atook over 1 \K, OSB THOUSAND VOLUMES I of the book aad ban been anj all parte of tho oonntai their Vill «irdera (or huaainp um proaptl ttladby BOWBH KUtOSBUBI, Fab. 1,1MB. iiaktoa, Dakota. J. EL TELLER, 9-Q Corner of Third street and I Douglu Avenue. i. r- Attorney at Law, ., .• Offloe in PoatoOee block fANKTOM DAIOTA 1 Sign ot the I BUFFALO HEAD mixed raod®l,7S bulk at t2.7iOI.75. Ho«a—BonaK.and mixed pacltinc Mo-fe^So®:85' w#i«hu Sheep—Beoeipta, 5,000 Market steady and Huai[ j. Yankton, Fabrnary Oa*s.V.V.'.'.V.V.V OOBH WtSTiHr. •..............M Bn .a,..,,,,.........., BpCSWBUT ftiiMBtD. ••(»••»««•, Bof BIOBS, per owt Oows, per owt BHKkF HIDIS Wool, POTATOafi, OAxruox. For the Next Twenty Days, UW, REAL. ESTATE, —AHD—• LOAN OFFICE. WILL ATTEND to cases the distriot, probate and supreme oourta. oonvey anoiac and examination of titles. We nave a somplete and the only. abstract of titles in Xftxikton oounty. OoUeotionB DromDtlve Uoney to loaa on real MUte. Office in Dndlfty'a block* corner of Third and Donelaeayenne. JOS. SOHILTZ'S Milwaukee Beer On ,, draught jfr/ We will Offer our Stock of Goal Heating Stoves at Cost. Some Bargains on Second Hand Heaters, A N a GEORGE BROWWS ... Third flt„ fawpteEtoia, BOWN t&ollitiefl Cor keeping Beer Dudley, Richey & Grogs. Prices given at the Popular Shoe Store. A Good Cle&n Stock to Select lrom. Must make room for Immense Spring Stock to arrive soon. Popular Shoe Store, JOHN A. WEEKS. Keeps tbe largest stock of Soots ds Slioes IN DAKOTA also, Hate, Caps, Gloves and Men's Hosiery. Is Agent lor E. C. Burt, Reynolds Bros., Keed and Weaver and J. & J. Cousins fine Shots for Ladies, Gents and Ohildren Burt & Packard, Burt & Mears and Stacy, Adams & Co's. Fine Shoes for Men. I. PILES,Yankton Dealer in BUILDERS' HARDWARE Garland Stoves, Buck's Brilliant, Gasoline Stoves and Tinware. Wagon and Carriage Wood stock. Wagon and Carri age Hardware, &c Bl^clceaaCLitla. Siaop^llee a. Garden Implements, THIRD STREET, YANKTON, DAKOTA H. Tuimmr, Attorney at Law, OiTil Engineer aad Ooonty Surveyor. Campbell &Van Antwerp 000 «ad fresh are ooeqaftlled, andhe is uzaee prepared to furniflh thia invigosetlnfl beverage bis popolu Mtabllihaent. Wines, IJquers and Cigars MT CUl at Brown's Sample raonsoa Tilr street when in Yanktan. OSOBOB BBOWN. DAKOTA C0MMEKCIAL COLLEGE, Oornar Third aad OapltoltrMtat IANKTON .........DAKOT White & Sharp, I nsuranee. ''"-Vi.'-' 4 Fire, Mpj-ine, Life, Aooi- de ni, Tornado,® Oycione. WBaainfaa promptly attended to WHITS ft 8HABP, Tankton, JOHN L. PENNINGTON ATTOBKBlf AT LAW Bciki Elstote and Loan Broker. «nd Firs Inniraaoe. *0. «, C. H. BATES WHOLKBALK AND BETAIL GROCER Dealer ia Staple Grooerio8 and Provisions, Dried Fruits, Wooden and Willow Ware, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc., Eto., Eto., Opposite Cox, Odiorne Go's YANKTON ........DAKOTA Change of Base. Yankton Omnibus Transfer Line, UTery, Feed aad aale stable in eonaeotion. NOTICE to my frienda and patrons: I have removed my Livery atook and 'Bns line Rom the Bradley barn on Walnnt street to toe Hefner barn, or the Yankton Anotion Market •a Oapitol street, where ull bosinen in my line will reoeiTe my best attention. Calls oan be left at my residence on Walnnt street, or at the Morrison Honso. Telephone aad «0. U. B. DaOAidP. Livery, Feed -AND- Sale Stable 'if West Commodious in tho Northwest. PtitBB STEFFIN, Prop. f1UBNl» 0 DOCQIiAB s-f AVKMUX ai4 VoaMh etreeta, (formerly Gardener's waia j1Ma) tuw the must nemiuete Mvery outfit «ad aale AlaWe la Dakuta.' RAlLliOAJMi, MiwavkeIe §zmui OWNS and operates neaily 5,(500 miW », thoroughly equipped road in 1111? WiTConain, Iowa, Miaaouri, ITIS TBS EKST DIBKOT ROIITK Brrwrii HI FBINOEPAII POINTS IN TH« NOHTHWMI, GOING. WEST AND FAB WEST. For maps, time tables, rates of puu» ,.J freight, ete apply to the nearest stattonLS,, of Che Chicago, Milwaukee & Bt. Paul way or to any railroad ageut anywhere inuj B. UlIiliEB, A, V. H. OtfiPBHBn General Manager. Gen'l Pass, and *St*v£2l J. F. TDOKLIu, OtO. H. HBAFFOBn Aaa't Qen'i man. Ass't Qen Paas bT'toAft BT"For notioes in referenda to Speotal Ri oursions, changes of time, and other lttmioi interest in conuection with the Ohicssa Mil waukee 4 St. Paul Bailway, pie«e reler tofe local oolumnB of this paper. Sioux City & Pacific A- 5" RAITiROivD S F|. IK OONNKOTION WITH IBS' Chicago & Northwest™ itaUwpj, lopular Pioneer Koute BjrtWEHB— SIOUX OIT I AND CHICAGO Two daily trains. The only Haerunnini PUtiLMAN AliA.UK Orawing-Uo and Bleep! tan oars between Biouj Oity and Ohiwuo, through without oance. Elegant XJininj gaq also inn en Trains between Chioago and Council Bluffs, These oar aro the moat modern, oomplett and mafinifioent Dining Oars in existenoe, and are managed and run entirely in the intercut of the traveling public, and without regard to expense in maintaining the table, Ihe mealt furnished will inolnde al! the delioaeies ot th« seaaon, and equal to those to be had at anj striotly first-olaas hotel. Speed, oomfortand safety are oomblned. whioh render this the PEOPLES' FAVQ8ITE ROUTE FBOM SIOUX OITY TU Chicago AND ALL P0INTH Em Milwaukee to 8ontbe,, Des Moines St. Louis 41,0 Pohlti tJonttl All Trains are fnll BAFKTX with the MIL' USB BiJfKlX PLAlFOBfl" and VSE81IHO HOUSE ADOMATIO AIK BBA&EB. Trains leave Bloax uity dally at 3:2S p. and4:i0a. m. Passengers taking this line make direct eon neotionsln Ohieago with all fast trains for all principal points east, and at U. P. Ti mafer Ooonail Blaffa, with all tr ins for pointi soctb and west. Baggage oheeked through to 11 tbe p'-inoipal pointi. t. B. BUOHA&AN, General Pamenger Igtnt. O. M. Iiawiiaa. Qen'l. Bup't., Miseoori Talley.lowsi W BUDDY, Agent. Siooz Oity. THE PEOPLE'S LINF. Fargo & Southern RAILWAY, between FARGO &0RT0NV1LE Is prepared to handle both FREIGHT & PASSENGER TRAFFIC Connecting at Ortonville with the OW^ago, Mil waakee A Bt. Paul system, the Fargo & Southern thns makes another Great Trunk Line To all eastern and sonthern states. The Peoples' Line is superb in ail ita appointment*, elegant ooaohes, Pullman sleepers on all nyini trains and its rates are always as low and time as Q*iek aa other lines. MP 1 When yon go east or oome west try th* Fargo and Southern. Trains leave Fargo for Minneapolis, St. Pan wd intermediate stations, atlwp.m. and 7:80 a. m. Arrive at Fargo from St. Paul and Min neapolis at 8 a. m. and 8:30 p. m. Tiokets for sale at the principal stations St. Paul, Minneapolis, Ohioago and all eastern and southern staue. For further D"° information address A. T. H. OARPEN*ER, 9 Gen. Freight and Paas. Agent. Milwaukee rA 1JBQJUL BLANKS. PRESS AND DAKOTAIAN LIST: i'OE LAWYEK8, JUSTJOB8 OP THE PEACE IB3BATE JXJD9B8 ... 0LEBE8 OF OOUBT U. B. OOMHIS8ION EBf MINERS HHEBIFF8 NOTABIES 1PDBU0 CONVEY ANCEB8 '-,4 KfAwiV''? U. 8. Land Office Blankfl 1"' •^.Calalogna famiihed on applioatioD pLh Addrtw. BOWXM XINQSBUKY Yankton. Dakota I DAKOTA BXP08TH—Tolumea 1 ,andl Priw **,00. Addiru, Bowen A Singsbary Zanktoii. Dakata.