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JOS. H. CAMPBELL, %&. Machinist, Boiler Maker ,rT». -AND* MILLWRIGHT Engine FarnishiiigB, ^""Inventors' originals perfected. Jf yonr steam engine is wasteful in her steam oy attaohine my valve mqtion, 1 oan make it )ost as eoonomtcal as the best Corliss engine made of those dimensions. JOS. H. CAMPBELL. Hostoffioe box 784. Yankton, D. T. Yankton and Swan Lake Stage and. Express J. N. MOOBE, Proprietor. II5AVE Yankton Mondays, Wedneadays'and Irridays at 7 o'olook a. m., returning Toef dasy, Thursdays and Saturdays. Established by a People's Convention. I Operate* on Business Principles, Approved by Business Men. Publicly Endorsed by Territorial Firm-1 ers' Alliance Risks Limited In Amount, a Insurance Well Distributed. I Collects Asseesments43efore Loss. No Liability In Excess of Premium. HoN»e_. I -v "iPCi. .wirh E. A. BKUOE, Agent. SEE THAT THR CVACT LABLEIS OM EAOH CHIMNEY AS OHOWH IN PtOTURB, FACTURED New Advertisements. TO ADVERTISERS! Fit a eheok for 20 we will print a ten-line adverfiomeaMaffir"" One Mi Ultra different newspaper purchasers: •r Fit* Million Bkacebs. I «r* li ,. .»— Boilers. Wind arpo aes: Smoke Farmshlnjts. urawings and tracings for machinery rad heavy framing. Ten lines will neoommodate about 7b words. Address with copv of Adv. and oheok, or send SO cents for Book of 178 pages. GEO. P. BOWELL & CO.. 10 Spbdoi ore the most obstinate Br., Haw Yowl. dans or ALLAN'S SOLUBLE MEDICATED BOUGIES No aasene doses of oabebs, oopoibe or ail 'of •andalwou that are certain to produce dys pepsia by destroying the costings of the stom aoh. Prfo I tl.50. Sold by all imp druggists or mailed on reoeiptl .IIKK of rrlce. Forfuxthiwparttou- VVIIlm lan send .for oircnlar. P.O. ,J.O. UoxlUS.' i. ^.-.ALLAHOOm So. St. hn.street. New Talk. MARVELLOUS MEMORY DISCOVERY Wholly nnlike Artificial Bysteme—Onre ot Mind WlirHAplll0tAllV,lvmV ItfJn vna Afttr DO*t ffDOll [flM WooDwid fifth AVero, •ADVERTISERS can learn the exact cosfc of any proposed line of Advertising in American papers by addressing P. ieo. Or BUck Lewosy, !s a disease which is considered incurable, bat It hu yielded to the curative proper ties of 8wirr's Sfecoio—now Tub Switt 1 Does Business Everywhere In, Dakota. Sracuno Co.. Drawer 8, Atlanta. ELYS Cream BalmiBFTj^rs Gives Relief at oneej and (Jura GOLD AbsdiiiteSy Pure. This powder never Tarissa, A marvel »f purity atrungth apd wholesomewesa. Moreeconomioal than She ordlnary Mhds. and oanndt be sold in oompetition with the multitude of low test, abort weighV alam or phosphate powders Sold only & cans. Boyal Baking Powder Com pany, 106 Wall street, New York. DOCTOR IBJI CHARLES STREET ST liOVIS, MO- D1 •eiuiegflian any other physlcii^Jn Am^ lea* C^ifxultvtion *t officc or msin, free, and Medlcinc* «ent by tnail ©r expliess eVervwMtel icennly packod tree from observation. Nisrvou* Prostration, Debility, Mental and Phyeica! Weakness, arising from Indfiperetlon, Excess* Exposure or In* dnlffenCCL producing some of the followinfi effects: Nervousnesi, Debility, Dimiie?s oi Sight, Defective Memory, Pimples on the Face Aversion to Society of Females, Wantot Pleas* urs in Ljfe, Unfitne$s to Marry, Melancholy, Dyspepsia, Stunted Development,"Lo« of Power, Pains ia the Back, 6ie.r&re treatedvrith unpap* aUeled suqeesse Saf«Jy,p«vately. A Positive Written Guarantee given in every curable TSSTBD Rowell & Co., «w»p»per Advertiaing Buroau, lO Bprueel St., New York, .^nu lOota. for lOO-Page PampKUtj j_ "4" laiiar to Grso*rfel^ WlriM and Uquar*. TMIUA ffovMasM, NyTONiiiinn,.», 4mh*^A.KOT New known all over the world as S. S. 8. Mrs. Bailey, or West Somerrille, If ass., near Boston, was attacked several years am with this bldeons black eruption, sad was treated by the best medical talent, who could only say tfist the disease wis a species of -LEPROSY- and consequently incurable. It is Impossible to de scribe her sufferings. Her body from the'erown of Iter head to tbe soles of her feet was a man of decay, masses of flesh rotting off and tearing great cavities. Her fingers festered and three or four calls dropped oil'at one time. Her limbs contracted bv the fearful ulceration, and for several years she did not leave her bed. Her weight was reduced from 1SS to 60 lbs. I Perhaps some faint idea of her condition can be defeat by thls BIackWolf, and commended the suf ferer to her all-wise Creator. .JBer husband hoarfcit wonderful reports of thenM of Swift's Shtcifio (B. fi. 1854 8.),prevailod on her to try it as a last resort. 8he begin Its use under pro teat, bnt soon found that her system wjis being re lieved of the poison, as the sores assumed area and healthy color, as though the blood was becoming pure and active. Mrs. Bailey continued the S. S. 8. until lost February every sore was healed she dis* carded chair and crutches, and was for the first time in twelve years a well woman. Her husband, Mr. C. A. Bailey,Is In business at 17# BlsckstoneStreet, Boston, and will take pleasure in giving the details of this wonderful cure. Send tons for Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases, mailed free. Gs, CATARRH -TksSaaLoWi rH^FEVERr' VATABBH HAY FEVER.I Not a Liquidjinvffl or Powder. from Ittfii Drugs and Offmt-L (III) L." }]UJ TINE ODORS. HAY-FEVER A partiole of the Baltn is applied into each nostril, is agroe&ble to use "and is quickly ab sorbed, eSeotually cleansing the nasul paa sages of catarrhal virus,Causing healthy secre tions. It allays min and inflammation, protects the membranal linings of the head from additional oolds, completely heals the soreB and restores the sense or taste and smell. Beneficial results aro realised by a few applications. A thorough treatment will cure. Priee CO cents at druggista by mail, registered, 80 oents. Oironlars sent free. BLIBBOTHEB8, Dragfeists, Qwego, N. t. •Mpmw cask where 36 irs, sent liOISETTE New York, KBMKSims. doubt ex ists it is franluy stated. Com pi etc symptom blank enabling you to properly state your case, sen. free. page book either sex, one stamp. Blood Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Mercurial and other Affections of Throat. Skia and Bonos, Blotches, Eruptions, Old Sores and (/Iters, Painful Swelling's, from'whatever cauqe, positively and forever driven fcpin the system, by means of safk timic- StIKF and and swOI.LKN RHEUMATISM, .if? retire,!] fjr tlir citte ,of JOINTS the result of blood poiion, positively stireB. No poisonous drugs Used. Catarrh, Throat, Nose, Lung- Biseasas, Constitutional and Acquired Weak, •eaaea of both iexti, -treated successfully. A«® and ex|K)rienc« ar« Important the pretxltf *mm! remeAe* of ages and count ri« ^re used, and knowing what to give, no experi ments are made. On account of the great num ber of cases applying, the charges are kept low oftea lower tlu^ is demanded ot others* MARRIAGE GUIDE 3 8 0 PAjpea, tlpe Platea. Elegant cloth and jjrilthindim Sealed for 50c fn money or postage stamps. Over fitly wonder lul pen pictures,.showing who msy nmrry, whe not, why, Ptoperag^to marry. "Whomarry first. Manhood. omanhood. Physical decay. Who should mam. Iiow life and haimness may be increased. Those married or about to marry should read it of interest and value'to evert thinking man and woman. Popular edition, aaper cover, ago. Address PH. V! IHTTIEB, E E Hh vom Jfoblllty. '*0*1 Mucnootl. Wcnbuctiiaiid 'Beesy, 1 plain sealed euvelope Free. Druggists can fill it Address OR. WARu CO.. Louisiana. Mj. Volumes 1 and i— Bowen Kingsbury' Am •ia OLD SEW IYORK. PRENTICE MULFORD RECALLS THE ^D^|TH|^WERE AND ARE YonK, Feb. 38.—I knew Now York when rum of good quality was three cents a glass in front of the South street bar screens and six cents behind them. Every bar then in that part of tbe city had a screen which divided the priee of drinks, and the high priced sixpenny drinkers from the low priced threepenny ones. That was in 1854 or thereabouts. Swell cigars were three cents each. The remark "he smokes three centers" was a criticism on per sonal extravagance. These may seem as small things but small things denote prog ress. As to cigars and whisky have we pro gressed! In price, certainly. But the "Mose" of would have been inclined to make kindling wood of the bar which should offer him whisky of the average quality sold to day at ten conts and hash of the bor koeper. Ho could do and did do such things on provocation. He was a "tough," but not tbo murdering, sneaking, niilety-nhie cent pistol "tough" of to-day. What he did ho did on his muscle, aided by his "spanner" or boot toe. Have we in that respect progressed Mose was the volunteer fireman of 1854. He has vanished. His red flannel shirt, plug hat tipped over his eye, soap lock curl, trousers tucked in boots and coat flung 011 Have we indeed progressed? Have we now such fun as people had then? Have wo grown any younger, or youthfuller, or agiler? Is our digestion or carrying capacity for solid or fluid necessary for nutri tion or recuperation or otherwise as good as it was then? Have we progressed? What does afire amount to now? It is noth ing but a prosaic mechanical affair—a hauling to it of a steam pump on wheels—a severely rigid and disciplined affair with no songs, no fights, no poetry, no free rum, no freedom for the fireman's soul to expand and dare danger and death to pluck a new overcoat, from the devouring flames in the bosom of Abraham's clothing store. Where is the fire man's funeral we used to have every Sunday and the dead march in Saul down Broadway I used to run occasionally with "34," and was awfully licked one night by "14V boys, who housed somewheraneir the rear of Trinity church. 1 do not know the friend w)io chas tised me. But he was a lively kicker. Ire member how, after he knocked me into the gutter of that period, he impelled me forward for an entire block before I remembered to resume my perpendicularity on two legs in stead of aft fours. It is not dignified, I know, to mention these things. Perhaps it is not proper I should cover them up, I should never allude to them. Yet why not? I am not to-day the person of so many years ago That person, that possibly reckless and im prudent youth is in a sense dead. I have grown but and away from him. He is, or was, another fellow. Paul the Apostle speaks of himself as "dying daily that is, daily he got'rid-forever of a part of his old self. Hence he argued that" the Paul of last year or ten years ago was in no wise the better Paul of to-day, and that the Paul of to-day was in no way responsible for what the Paul of ten years ago might have done. In that sense then we do progress. In that sense I have progressed some since that long distant com munion with my unknown, and possibly never to be known, brother of No. 14. Never since in this world have I met the group of young friends who went down be fore that charge of "14's" boys. One, my fel low boarder, came home that night without his hat and with one eye of a color different from that of the day preceding. Those were some of the risks we ran at that time in try ing to keep New York from burning up. Where now aro the dives aud dens of Bleecker street, forty years ago lived the town's elite. In dingy rooms where they shave for five cents, you may look up and see the walls anjd cornices which once looked down 611 fashionable weddings and solemnly fashionable funerals. And this is progress! It's going ever on, too. It is creep ing, creeping further and further up tow». Trade now has its grip on Fifth avenue blocks and blocks above Madison square. The brio-a-brao dealor is sandwiching himself here and there among the private residences. He invades these with his expansive and vio lently showy plate glass window. He is first. The second hand furniture man will be last, with the Dutch grocery for a partner on one corner anfl Ling Lee's laundry 011 the other. Time, A,. ,D. 1900. Only thirteen years hence I Prentici Mulford. Charles Sumner's Closing Tears. Mr. Sumner passed tho closing years of his laborious career in carefully editing a col lection of his speeches, haunted by tbe sad presentiment that his days were numbered. "Let me but finish this work," he would say to his friends, "and death will be welcome arid, as he. spoke, his sonorous voice would falter and his eyes would fill with tears. The last morning that he visited the senate cham ber he replied to an inquiry as to his health, "I am tired, tired!" That night, on his dying bed, he repeatedly murmured, "Oh I so tired I Oh! so weary!" It was the old story of un crowned hopes and unpaid public service, which is never trite because it is sadly true. Wearily, and unsootlied by woman's tender love, Sumner's heroic soul departed from earth and its troubles. Lincoln, Seward, Chase, Fessenden, Stevens, Hale and other Stalwart departed captains of freedom's hosts were speedily followed Jie&ce by the com mander of their vanguard, Charles Sumner. —Ben: Perley Poors. 'Jw Advice to Mothers, Are yon disturbed at night and broken of yonr rest by a siok ohild suffering and orying with pain of entting teeth? If so, je&d at onoe and get a bottle of Mm. BEUfcBLE SEtF CURE fewntiv )n«criiiioii u( une of (he moss Uiti iim! .'no.ciiS.'iii eci.'ivt, iu the U.'S WiHsixnr's Soothino Btbup for Children Tec&bing. Its talne ia Incalcu lable. It will relieve the poor little anf 'erar immediately. Depend npon it, mothers, there is no mistake aboat it It mires dysentery and diarrhoea, regu lates the stomach and bowels, onres Wind oolio, softens the gams, rednoea in flammation and gives tone and energy to tbe whole system. Mrs. Winslotert Soothing Syrup for Children Teething ia ^•3 01, to II W&erB^Jire tlie Boys that ttaml to ISun With tlie Maohlncs When the Cry of Fire wis IIcard?-WIat is tlie Tro^ess of To-«lay? [Special Correspondence.] arm re main only in the memories of the relative few who are rapidly becoming fewer. He be longed to that New York era when, after a readymade clothing house fire, the "b'hoy" sported a new overcoat, when the ununi formed policeman looked like' a tramp, when the "Star," Wallack's old theatre, was the highest one uptown when there was no Shopping promenade above Union square, when Bond and Bleecker still retained a hold as fashionable streets, when white linen suits trom top to toe were the thing for gentlemen's summer wear. When a man who had seen Paris was somebody when the old style merchant wore a swallowtailed coat to business, a high side board collar, a black stock, and a gold chain and seal dangling from his waistband when oyster stews wore a shilling each when the volunteer fire companies ran the "masheen" on the sidewalk if they wanted to and left wrecks of old women and their apple stands far as the eye could reach when at a big fire the boys manned the double deckers, and sang "Tho Stormy Winds They do Blow" by the hour, when the groat omnibus sleigh, after-a snowstorm, was a feature of Broadway, carrying its load of fifty or sixty, or as many men, boys, girls, etc., as could cram in or hang on, or sit in each other's laps three deep, and every body snowballed them as they jingled past, and they snowballed everybody. pleasant to the taste, and ia the prescrip tion of one of the oldest narsea and best female phyeicans in the United States, and is for sale by all druggists throughout the world. Price twenty five oents a bottle. IS*? Hi«t£(eu'« Arnica saltw. Tbe bent Salve in the world 1or Outs, Bruinus, Borne, Ulcere, Bait Uheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblain CoroR, and all Skin iiruptionfi, and pos itively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satiafaotion, or money refunded. Price 2-5 cents pel bo*. For Sale by the Excelsior Drug Htore of Phrdy ABrecht. PHILADELPHIA CATS' HOME. Some Account of a Novel Charitable Institution. [^Special Correspondence.] Philadelphia, 28. OT far from the fashionable center of Philadelphia stands a three sto ried brick front boarding house, which can boast of having received during the year about 10,000 in mates, averaging 140 boarders in the house at a time. Although thesA boarders do not pay over fifty cents a week for their meals and lodging, there are many who claim aris tocratic frieuds and who have been prom inent members of the best families in the Quaker City. They are cats, and their boarding house is the Philadelphia Cats' home. Mra. Richard P. White, of No. 8313 De Laucey place, Philadelphia, the presi dent of the Women's. Branch of the Penn sylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, was the prime mover in this scheme for sheltering cats. Already the in stitution has attracted great attention. Miss Elizabeth Morris, 720 Pine street, recording secretary of the branch, in a recent interview said: "We receive letters from all over tbe world inquiring, offering contributions and encouraging this special branch of our work. A. T. Appleton, of the Boston publishing firm, paid a visit to the home with the inten tion of organizing a counterpart of our insti tution in Boston. Letters from managers of tbe Battersea Home for Dogs, London, and from societies in Paris are arriving contin ually requesting information and reports. Our report for the past year records 10,114 cats received at the home, 1243 Lom bard street, of which 127 are still boarders. Mr. Kennett, an English benefaotor, who knows nothing of the homo but what-we can tell him in writing, has sent £150 toward our fund, which has been the means of obtaining from our Philadelphia friends $3,000." Meat supplied to stray cats and boarders cost f173.25 last year, and milk, (74.11 total, $347.30 for cats' board alone. Repairs, medi cine, ga.% housekeeper and baskets to transport the inmates, etc., with other items, makes a total expenditure of about $2,000 per annum, or the usual rental of a fashionable house in this city. A portion of the house has been set apart tor strays. For the board of these cats noth ing is paid. They are awaiting adoption, to to speak, into the homes of people who are charitable. A CORNEit IN THE HOVS. A dashing Maltese gentleman, who has so far lowered himself as to answer to the name of Dick, assumes the position of father of the home, as old Dorritt was the father of the Marshalsea. When he has finished his own meal he often testes tho portion served out to -his companions. His mistress visits him reg ularly once a week. At feeding time, which occurs twice a day, he perches upon the shoulders of his good landlady, Mrs. West, and whispers soft nothings in her ear and is rewarded with tidbits from her own hand. The lioarders and the almshouse frnnnti*. never mix—they are Separated by wire grat ings and commiserate with each other only occasionally. Very little sympathy exists between them. Tliis advertisement appeared in one of the papers here the other day: OST—On or about December 15. a black cat jj with pink ribbon round its r»«ok. A reword will be given to any one who viil return the same to Chestnut street. Crouched up in a dark corner of the alms portion of tho house,-weeping perhaps it Was too dark to distinguish dofinitely, was "Daisy," tho identical lost one. But no pink ribbon adorned her sleek neck now, no glossy polish spread over her formerly Shiny coat. Probabjy a romantic history was attached to her. She had always been fond of sporting companions, and in an ill chosen moment she jumped from tho back fence and wandered away upon the crowded streets. Losing her road for two days she wandered about the city picking up scraps here and there, until One morning she was run over by a passing wagon and was carried. to the cats' house with a broken leg., A lew days after the above notice had appeared, being unclaimed and in great pain, she was ordered to be killed. Driven out of her dark corner, where she had refused all food, into a room where is located a charcoal stove, arranged for such occasions, she was shut in and fall asleep, suf focated by the carbonic oxide gas. Stray dogs and wayward puppies are treated in the same manner unless claimed or purchased by some one prepared to give them a good home. Tlie ladies' committee, who control this branch of the society, visit the home at regular intervals. The method of killing is humane, as the animals suffer no pain at all, but are simply asphyxiated with the poisonous gas. Other animals have found a temporary shelter at' this home, from a molting canary to an injured lamb but these do not associate with the regular boarders of tho establish ment. A little child who had been driven from home by cruelty was brought there one night, and during her^hort stay became quite a favorite with "Dick" and his surrounding companions. T. Turkish Soldiers ln Constantinople. Near by we probably seethe Turkish officer, whom we notice not only on account of his rank, but because of his splendid display in drees. ^The horse, too, with" all its trappings, isvdTygay. The common soldier does net appear so well. To be sure, his uniform ia warm and comfortable, but tbe blue suit is usually faded and the red trimmings dingy, while his heavy boots and awkward gun give him clumsy appearance. Host of their feces seem to lack any characteristic expres sion, for their life is compulsory and cannot be a very happy ono. None but Turkish sub jects, of course, are seen in'this dress, but there are many of them. At the ends of tbe bridge are guard houses, where soldiers al ways stand, like dark and gloomy statues, except when they salute a passing}cnlcer. Tbe negro ia often seen in uniform also. Nowhere else in the world does the colored gentleman lave so good a time as here. I have scarcely wen one poorly drased.—Constantinople Cor. pan Francisco Chronido, It is said that re?l eet&wsn .Wa Hf-For notices tVw/T RAILROADS 'Tts WNS and operates nearly 5.500 miles ol v/ thoroughly, equipped road. ir .' "iri Wisconsin, lovfa, Missonri, Minnesota ano Dakota. It is thk Best Dujkji Hodtk Between all PBXNOIPAL POINTS IN THB NOBTHWEST, SOUTH WEST and Fab West. Feb. For maps, time tables, rates of Damage and freight, ete apply to the 1 earest station agent of the Ohieago, Milwaukee A St. Panl Rail way. or to any railroad agent anywhere in too Werld. B. M1LLKB, A.,v. OABPENTElt, General Manager. Gon 1 P:*ss. and Tk Agt. J. F. TCCKEu, GfcO. H. HKAFFOBi). Ass't Gen'i Mas. Ass't Gen Pass A '1' k-t Act id reference to Bpecial Ex- oursionB, ohangen of time, and other ittniB interest in con arctic with the Ghioago, Mil waukee 4 Bt. Paul Railway, please refer to the luoal columns of thia paper. City & Pacif $!GUX KAlLROivD IH OONWKOTIOH WITH IHF Chicago & Northwestra itaiiwuy opuiar Pioneer Koutej BETWWUf-"-"- SIOUX 131 i! tf AND GHIOAGO Two daily trains. The only liae running PULLMAN aLAO£ Dr&wiDjt i^om oara between 8ion» City fend Ghioago, tbroagn without o&nge. Elegant Pining oars are abo inn on Train* betwoen OMcago and Council Bluils These oar are the most modern, complete and mafinifioent Dining Oars in existence, and aro managed and run entirely in the interest* o# the traveling pnblio, and without regard to expense in maintaining the table. The mealr famished will include all the delioaoios of the season, and equal to those to be had at any atriotl? first-class hotel. Speed, oomforta&d safety are combined, which render thia the PEOPLES' FAVOiilTE ROUTE 'V FBOM SIOUX OITY TU K. Chicago AND ALL P0INTS EAdl Milwaukee Des Moines iv St. Louis All Trains are USB SAFETY PkA. HOUSB AUOMATIO RAILWAY, between, FARGO AORTONVlLli ifj Is prepared to handle both I S-REICHT & PASSENGER TRAFFIC With promptness and safety. Connecting ^. at Ortonville with the Ohfoago, Mil waukse A Bt. Paul system, the Fargo Southern hi Urns makes another Great Trunk Line SI-V To alt eastern and southern states. The Peoples' Line is superh in all.itsappointments, elegant coaches, Pullman sleepers on all night trains and its rates are always as low and time as quick as other lines.I W When you go. east or oome west try the largo and Southern. Trains leave Fargo for Minneapolis, St. Pan and intermediate stations, at IjOp. m. and 7:80 a. m. Arrive at Fargo from St. Paul and Min neapolis at 8 a. m, and 8:20 p. m. rickets for sale at the principal stations as. Paul. Uinneapolia,Ohioago and all euterc ana southern states. For further information addrois A. V. H. OABPENTEQ, wen. Freight ftndfus. Asent. Milwaukte Working for Fun. pBIOBS of Blaok and Galvanised Iron Pipe in ordera of 100feet and over for the next thirty days: }H 9 8-10 5 8 10 JH 1» »-l0 10 2.10 18 8-1# 12 7-10 Labor *1.75 per day. JOS. H. CAMPBELL. Albert E* Oobby, Offlrta on Walnut 1 Victoria ov*Bk jome United States. ftxui Bleep. ln BouUie" &"^tt£&^8ontherD ANIJ Point*8on,b fully equipped with the MIL ..nd WEBTIWO BRAKES. PIiATFOB&f oi •TIO AIR BRA] Trains leave Sioux. Ulty dally at 2:28 p. and 4:10 a. m. Parewmaeni taking thia line make direct oon neotiona in Ohieago with all fast trains for all principal points east, and at C. P. Ti uisfcr Oonnnl BlnffS, with all tr ins for point* south and west. Baegage oheftketf through to t»!l thf principal points. I B. BUOHANAN, General Passenger Agent.: O. U. lawiiis, Oien'l.Snp't., j' Missouri Taller, lews 3. W. BUDDY. Agent. Sioux Oity. THK PKOPJLE'B JLINE. Half Mtllioii Cigars— 'toe Galvanised. Black, Oents per foot. Oents per foot. 4 8-10 JJAKOTA LEOIL BLAHK8. 4 'i Architect uid Mechant- is-a -if "ft -V IANKTON ...DAKOTA nse&s ATION8 for Build* inn, Znmjor Xro6d Plana and ipe tonuihed on (he ana Tenfi by 8team» iSot water or Gaeg niautuj ALBERT OOBB* W. L, DOW, vis EftnbM Black, Stiwx Falte laptt JU8TI0ES OP THE JPEAGE PROBATE JUDGES v" VQuOatalogue^fornished on applicatior Addreas. BOWEN KINGSBURY ."V j'J '-n v-v..'- astis 4"*. a. 'Hi WOR^. WHOLESALK LIQUOaB AND OI&ARS EST A BLISHED 1870. Adler & Ohlman l.DestUlorSjAgeute aud Wholesale dealers In Kentucky and Domestic Whiskies,: Liquors and Wines. Goods sold only at Wholesale. nanufaotoriea in the United States and oan satisfy the trade in even respect. Qnr principal stands are well and favorably known throughout the northwest andtretauers will always m«t with suooess by selling them. WE ABE GENERAL AGENTS IN DAKOTA FOB Joseph SSohlita'a Brewing oompany, Milwaukee, Wis. Daheiser-Broeah Brev ing oompauy, St. Itoaia, Mo. Oheaterman & Barrow's Bottling Works, Lie Mars, Iowa Branswiok Billiard Tables, Obioago, Illinois: proprietors of Yankton Steam Bottling Works ol Bohlitz'a Milwaukee Beer. jy We are prepared to fill promptly any and all ordera for goods in our line and (oarantee satisfaction both in quality and prioes. Bend for oircolars and prioe list ADLER & OHLMAN, Yankton. CWl on or address, SAH KiUOHEB, WoMhanta Hotel, v« p, PRESS AND DAKOTAIAN LIST: i'OJJ LAWYEB8, :#1-' 0LEBK8 OP COURT V. a COMMISSIONERS MINERS -k SHERIFFS .- NOTARIES PUBLIO ,4 CONVEYAN0ER8| tF. S. Land Office Blank? Yankton. Dakots a •fjt.'M.p.ir* m* -u l. pj' 4 5 a a W® oon (uruirh the Ueauon Laws of Dakota for the years jt. 1879,1881 and 1883. Address, BOWfcN *kjSG8BUBX, Yuktoa ....Dftkota Mill Furnisher 1 -New process— and gradual Beanotlou Mills, IBON PGBOEIiAXN BOIJJ9. Livery, Feed AM Salo'Stable Mo«t Commodious in tho*Northwest PETEB 8TEFFEN, Prop. and sale Stable in Dakota. BT-Patn.nace esltoMed and satisfaction imaranieed. PETBB BTXFnN Money to Loan -ATA- FAIR BATE OF INTEBE8T Cash on band. 1 E. T. WHITB. "H FOR SALE. TSS6S s*® v- 4* Creamery and Small Horse^PWefs, i' FeedBUUa* ,sfo "Water Mid Steam^Plpr^ S Martin & Anderson.