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New Advertisements.
For JBlllousnossi
Constipation,
It ooolsthe Blood it gives
delight,
It Sharpens up the appo*
tt aids fh.o Uvor do its part
And stimulates the feeble
heart.
For 8!ck n«s(1aqbe(
Dyspepsia*
A POSITIVE
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Obstinate, caro in four days or leas.
Man's Soluble Medicated Bougies.
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P.O.Box1AMor«8Johnet.,^.Y WlllaP
ADVERTISERS
ao learn the exact cost
ot any proposed line of
Advertising in American
jyoers by addressing
ieo.
P. Roweli & Co.,
,&iw«p«per Advertising Buruu,
10 Sppuan St., Now "York.
lOot*. tor 10C-P.go Pamphlet*
A
W JULXII
I
TRANSPORTATION LINE
831 and
886
Uoagloa Ate.
Corner FoortbSt.
PETMR 8TBFFEN, Prop.
Best Equipped and Most Commodi
ous LIVERY in the City,''
be depended on as speolai
toned
..: i' TsureaoMat''
::'.. Merchants KO
:t)tallie ....a,,,,,,,,,.,*,,,.,,,,,.. ....(tttHO. SW
•ck er-i respectfully solicit patronage and
guarantee satisfaction. PETEB BTBFFiN-
Foundry
-4ND-
MACHINE SHOP.
Guglnes and Bollera,
Creamery Supplies,
.Steam Heatiag and
Water Pipe/ kwii
Oastlngrs of all kinds.
QfSmall Hone power for mle.
Martin & Anderson,
Walnut street, Yankton.
Michael JBrennan,
MEAT MArsKET,
THXBD STBBBX,
yamkto^I .DAKOTA
Yankton and Hartington
DAILY MAIL,
Passenger ihd Express Line
I it^iton fct»:80p^"
ss
The Theo^rioftl Profession.
Kerit will win and receive pnblio recognition and
praise. Fact#, which are tb© outcomo of general ex
perlcmoe, growing throogb-years of critical and
practical test, become at rooted and Immovable as
the rook of Gibraltar In pubUcjJpinlon, and hence
forth need no further guarantee asio their genu*
incness. The IndUpatable'fact that Swift's Specific
la the beet blood purifier in thG Srorld, is one«f these
immovable Gibraltar rock facte of .which we have
spoken, and every day's experience roots thto con
viction deeper and deeper lu public opinion. Every
class of our people in America and In Europe,
every trade, calling and profession* including the
medical profession, have borne voluntary testi
mony to the remarkable -virtues «f & & 9. and
its infallible efficacy in curing nil diseases of the
blood. These testimonials are on file by the thou
sands, and open to tho fuspocttori of alt Now come,
unsolicited, two distinguished members of the theat
rical profession, who gratefully teiftify to tire wondor-
ful curative Qualities of the
vidua! oases. Their testimoal
ELY'S
Cream Balm
Oivet RelUfatonce
and Uuret,
COLO INHEA
UA.TABJBH
HAY FEVER
Not a LiquidfBnux
or Powder. Free]
pom Ivjuriout]
Drug* and Qyon-L
Blood impuritht and Blood Poisoning,
Mercuria/ and othor A/faction*-of Throat,
Skih and Banen, Btoich u, Eruptions, O/rf
toras and (floors:, Pi.u' ifuf Swellings,
from whatever cause, positively ami fu»cver
.. '^Ulrv'OI
TaatJC5) *KM8DIB3. STXTFanaSWOI,LEN Jf)l.VT5
and KtittuMATisM, ill* result of blood poison,
pesitively nre8, No poisonous drum used.
Catarrh, Throat, Moss, Lung Oiseatss.
Ooaatltdtlonal and Acquired Weak
neaaaa of botb sexes, treated successfully.
Afce and experience are Important the
pravd good, remedies of all ages and countries
are used, and knowing what to give, no eztperi
menU are made. On account of the yreat num
ber of cases applying, the charge* are kept low.
often lower than ii demp nded by others.
MARRIAGE GUIDE
aeo Pa*e*, Vine
Elegant cleth and giltbindlnif. Sealed forSOe
In money or postacre stamps. Over fifty wonder
ful p^ri pictures, showing who may marry, who
not, why. Vrnner ajje to marry. Who marry first.
ManHood* Woittanhood. 'Physical decay. Who
yhould marry. HoW life and happiness may be
increased. Those married or about to marry
ahpuld read It: of interest and value to every
thinkintf man and Woman. Popular edition,
•aper cover. 25c. Address J9B. WIUTTIEB*
BBU3
Sunday
Selena*
_t
H*rt"
Leaves Hartingtbn every dltf-asattpt Son day
at 7 a. m.t stow at Bow Valley ^t, Lt anS
(ft, Helena and arrives at Yankton at 8:80 p.m.
This line connect, at Hartington with trains
to and from the Dlaek Hilla.
Loire ordeni fair PMaengers and expret» at
Oaya ft Alder's mpeery store, Third street, or
at ptopjietor's Sflns. ottHecoad street, between
aadlaim stxeeta,
Mf S it A, BAKKB,^Proprietor,
M.
•1,?^'
tn their indt-
... we herewlthsub-
znltted to the public without further ,comment*-^t
them sppak for themselves. The laay is a member oC
the famous Thalia Theatre Oomr
Tors Thalta Theatre Company. Both ate vfell knowuir
in theatrioai circles iu tola country and in Europe,
Charlotte Raudow's Testimony.
New York, May 9,1887.
BwiftBpeolilc Company,
Atlanta, Go.:
Gentlemen*~Having been annoyed with pimples^
eruptions and roughness of the sKiu,from bad con
dition of my blood,.for tr
leading preparationxt safr
tlsed remedies to no effect.
blood,. for more than a year. I usedl*
Eim ot my
leading preparation of s*Haparllta and other adver
lnent'r.vi
nt physician, froad 4bJs treatment received
benefit. 1.then concluded, to try the Q. 8.8.
rem
edy for the blood, and five or six packages, by
thorough eradication, of my trouble and restoring:
smoothness to my skin, have made me happy, ana
1!.n0.and
.5®^^. consulted a prom-
not
edy
rotign eraai
oUines. to. my skin, haVemademo happy,
I cheerfully glr? yoll this testimonial tor sush __
and publicity you wish to make ot it.
CHAJtUrtTBlUSDOW,
15J Bowery, near Canal Street,
Hugo Danktrl'a Testimony.
The Swift Bpeelfle Company, Atlanta. Ga.:
Dontlomou—two years I had a severe ca»ot
ecjeifw. I u»edt*rsoap«j
sulphur «oaps, and Tarloun
other rumodlM, and was prescribed tor by liumbe:
or physicians, but found no relief. At last I
mined to try tile S. S. S. remedy, and fw vo.'i or
bottle* have thoroughly relieved me, and you cam
use thlt oerUflcatti In any manner you with.
lUt found no relic/. At last"
I dcUMr
a. S. S. remedy, an{l wven or eiKtifc-
Huoo Hibskkbi*
^Member ot Ttislla Theatre
New York, Hay 8,1837.
Treatise on Blood and SklnDUeaaea mailed trpe.
Tn Bmn Bracinc Co.,
Drawer 3, Atlanta. Ouir
CATARRH
HWFEVER
AV_,g|-—•
U.&X.
WW odors. HAY^FEVE If
A. P^^ole of the Balm la applied into each
nostril, la agroeable to use and ia quiokly ab
sorbed, effeotaaUy .cleansing tbe nasal pa»
tfoos catarrhal viioa, oansing healthy aeore-
It allaya twln and inflammation, protoota tbo
mambranal linings of the head from additional
oolds, completely heala the sores and restores
the sense of taste and smolL Beneflaial resnlta
are realised by a few applloations.
A thorough treatment will cur*.
Price ISO cents at druggists by mail, registered,
80 coats. Oixonlar* sent free.
ELY BBOTHBBfl, Druggists, Owego, N. X.
A Reynliu* Orndtnato gfthree metlical co\
leee*th4i h«cn longer engaged In the treatment
of Chronle, Kervoivis nkiti and JLtlood
Dta«nse» tlian anv other physician in AiUVf'
tea*: Consultation it ortice or by mail, free, and
Mcdlcincflnent by mnil or express ovefywhere,
securely pttckotf fmlrvniobiervaUon.
Mervova Prostration, Debility, Meniat
and Pkynhat Woafrnvss, arising from
Indlie^^lan, £iposur(t or In«
producing some of the following,
effects. "AxTOrvoiifmess, Xtbility, Dimness Ji
Siffht, Defective MeJitnw, Pimples on the Fsicei
Aversion to Society of l^umales, Wantot Fiens
ure. in Life, Unfitness to Marry, Melancholy,
Dyspepsia, SttjntedJDt*v-elopmetit,I-oss of Powerf
Pains.\o the Back, etc., arc treated with unpar
alielodau^cess. Safely, privately..
A Positiva Written Guarantee
iren In every curavlx Cass where douut ex
ist* it is frankly stated Complete aymptoniblank
enabling you to properly state your case.aeu^
free, ^pafebbbk^ eUhctAex,on« »tacip»
FREE
1
REU&BLE SELF. CURE
A favorite prescriT»tion of one of the most
noted and Buocevtul specialists in the U. S
now retired) for the cure of Kervons JDeMllty,
Unnnood, ~\Vrakutti« and jpeeay. Sen?
a plain sealed envelope Free. Dragjri^s can fill it
Address DR, WARD & CO.. Louisiana. Mo.
8HAV1SO
Christmas OBOOKKBY.
and lOLASSWABff
New Years I LAMPB,
18881887, I OHAM~IJJa!Ba
Ralph M. Ward,
Third stroet, xanaten Dakota,
nHTTSTA TTAT.Ts
Tine
OheoUaals, I _»nd
Toilet
alesi
S
John Lang,
Artistic® Painter
V-
AND DECORATOR.
IQUH i^AHO
UNPUBLISHED HISTORY.
etnanao Wood Tr jlne to lad ace iiav.
Wine to He masnantmona to a
JTanatlp.
Columbus, Ohio, Aog. 21—In the
hitherto unpublished bUtury ot a
Uemeudona bistoriotti event tuere are
two iutereatiu^ lutters, one from
Feruando Wood, dated N,ew York, Nov.
'A ld69, aaainR Gov. Wise of VirKima to
oavti Joliu iirowu lrorn tbe gallowp, huu
the oilier iiom Wise to Wood declaring
why HioWu siiull not be saved from auy
tbiug. Applauding Gov. Wine's oou
oaot up to tbat date in regard to tbe
Harper's Ferry oonepiraoy, Fernando
Wood iu part says:
Now, ny iriend, dare yon do a bold
thing and "temper juBtioo with meroy?"
Have you nerve enough to send Brown
to the state prison lor life instead o!
hanging him Brown is looked upon
here as the mere orazy, or foolhardy,
emissary, of other men. Cironmetanoes
oreate a sympathy tor him even with the
most ultra friends of the sooth. No
southern man ooald go farther than
myself in bebalf of southeni rights bat
yet, were governor of Virginia, Brown
shoaid not be hang, though (toward
should be if I oontd oatoh him, and in
aaoh a, coarse my oondnot woald be
governed by sound policy. The south
will gkia by showing that it can be mag
nanimous to a fanatio in itfe power. Ton
can judge of southern sentiment better
than myself I can judge of northern
sentiment better than you. If the south
Will sustain such an aot the whole north
will rise up en masse to applaud it."
'Io this Gov. Wi'e in part responded,
date ot Nov. 4,1859, Richmond:
My mind is inflexibly made np. Had
I reached Harper's Ferry before these
men were captured, I would have pro
claimed martial law, have stormed them
in the quickest possible time, have given
them no quarter, and if any had sur
vived, I would hare tried and eseoutad
them under sentenoe of court martial.
But I was too late. The prisonets were
oaptives, and I then determined to pro
tect them to tbe uttermost of my power,
And I did proteot them with my own
^person. Brown, the chief leader, has
xeen legally and fairly tried and con
vioted. It was impossible not to oonviot
him. He is sentenced to be hung.
From honest, patriotic men like yourself,
many .of them, I am warned that hang
ing wiirWke a martyr. Ah, will it?
Why? The obvioua answer to that
question shows me above saything else
the neoessity for banging. I therefore
say to yon, firmly,.that I have precisely
the nerve enoagh to let hikn be executed
with tbe certainty of bis condemnation.
He shall be pxsouted as the law sentences
iiim, and hie body shall be delivered over
to surgeons, uud await the resurreotion
without a grave in our soil. I have
ehown him ail the mercy humanity can
claim. Yours truly, Henby A. Wise.
An Injunction Issued.
Winnipeg, Man. Aug, 20—An injunc
tion restraining the new Bed River
Valley road to the boundary from oroes
ing certain lots owned, by O&nadian
Paoiflo capitalists hear Morris was issu
ed by Jadge Taylor this morning. The
bill of complaint was made in the name
of a man named Browning and is directed
against Hugh Ryan, M. d. Haney and
Geotge BheVel, oontraotora of the Bed
River Yalley road and Hon. fohn Nor
quay, premier, and Hon. D. H. Wilson,
minister Of public ^rorks. There was
great excitement. in the city
when the announcement that an
application for an injunction had
been made' and members of
the legal fraternity were flying about in
all directions. There are numerous
rumors of the militia being called out,
but as yet no definite aotion has been
taken. It is stated by thoBe who shoaid
know that the Manitoba" government
will pay no attention whatever to the in
junction, bat will go right ahead ,and
build the road. A dispatoh from Mon
treal stating that the Qrand Trunk would
form a cobneotion next-year with the Lu
lnth, South Shore & Atlantlo railway,' by
which an entrnnoe would be obtained by
the Duluth & Manitoba over tha neilr Red
river road is reo6ive»d with much satis
faction by Winnepegers, as it will plaoe
tlie prand Tronk in direot competition
with the Canadian Faoific monopoly.'
Trapklayihg on the Duluth'& Mani
toba, the Northern Faoifio's extension
from Grand Forks to the boundary has
progressed twenty-seven miles from the
Boathern end of the" line. This line is
ninety-six and two'tenthft miles long,
and the grading is already completed.
Tracklaying is progressing at the rate
of two and one-half miles per day, and
it is expected that the road will bo open
for business about the 1st of Ootober,
Winnipego, Aug. 20—Advioes front
Morns late to-night state that the Red
river contractors on receiving news of
of the granting of an injunction to-day,
immediately sot all graders to .work and
will labor all. day Sunday poshing the
road across the disputed property.
Should the Canadian Paoiflo men offer
resistanoe there will be trouble,.
..'k .. wmmrnmmfmimmmmmm-mmmmm—m
The Five Slaters,
There were five fair aittervaad each had an
aim—
Flora would fain be a fashionable dame
Botrlarly Busan's selection was books
Coquettish Cora oared more for good looks
Ansa, ambitions, aspired after wealth:
Sensible Borah songnt first for good health,
So she took Dr. Pieroe'a Golden Medf
oal Discovery and grew healthy abd
blooming. Cora's beauty quickly faded
Sasan's eyesight failed from over-study
Flora became nervooB and fretful in
striving After fashion, And asiokly family
kept Anna's hnsb^nd poor. But sensible
Sarah jgro'w daily more healthy,
oha\-ming
and intelligent, and she married rich.
A Clean Sweep.
Washington, Aug. 20—The president
will be able to say on that swing around
the circle tor which snob ample pre
parations are making, that be has cut
loose from his mugwump allies, and
presents himself to the old-line demo
cratic party as a president who has re
moved nearly allot tljfi republicans- and
placed democrat* in office. Fains have
been taken to give ourrenoy to the state*
ment that ..the administration has re
moved nearly air of the postmasters.
This is uspeoially significant in
view of t\ie fact tbat ttje report
in whioh this statement would ordinarily
be made will not be giveii to the pnblio
Until Deoeniber, when it is sent to con
gress, and it is customary to guard the
information of this report from the pub*
lio and the press until that time, as a
contrary gouree would be disoonrteous
to oongress. But it is nyrn important
cow that the rank and file of the demo
cracy should know that the president
has made a dean sweep than that the
usual scrupulous regard for the courtesy
due to oongrete should be observed, and
the annonnoerpent ts aooordingly made
exultingly in all good detnooratio organs
that the administration has given in.
Litigation aver Korthern Paetlle USA),
Fargo, Ang. 19-The rebent decision
of Beoretary liamsr .that the indemnity
limits of the Nortjaera Paoiflo land grant
are open to settlement, except so far as
they are needed to replaoe losses aooru
ing within the statee or territories in
whioh the losses oocurred is ezeiting a
good deal of interest hero, Maj. Finney,
a land attorney, in an interview to-day
says, in regard to tbe effect of this deci
sion npon the title of lands selected by
the Northern Faoific to fill losses, and
since sold, that the purchasers will have
to fall baok On the company for dflains"a
under the covenants in their deeds, jut-v
as any other purchaser would in a breaob
of warranty. This, hw says, is one of
tha most important phases of tbe ques
tion. All the landB, as far west ab the
James river, north ot the traok, were
sold,.or nearly all, prior to 1880. The
grants in tbe Brown. Band, Ramsey and
otber Traill ennnty bonanza farms are
among thdse Bffeoted, and an ooean of
litigation will be thrown into the courts
here if the order is entoroed. t4S?,
The three B's brought Regret, Re
proach and Remorse to great political
part is 1884. the three F's, when signify
ing Dr. Pierce's Pargative Pellets, bring
Peace to ite mind, Preservation and
Perfection of health to tbe body.
"HACKMETACK." a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price 36 and 60 cents. Sold
by Dr. Vanderhule.
Taktac it JSaay,'
Washington, Aug. 21—The president
has now resided in the exeoutive mansion
long enough to devise a labor saving
system for the performance of his official
duties. He is no longer the overworked
president he was during the first twelve
or eighteen months of hiB administration
aid his work ia so systematized that he
has ample time tor rest and self-improve
ment. He is considerably more'of a
politician now than he was
two
years ago, and his" knowl
edge of men. and measures has
become quite extensive within the past
twenty-four.months. One ot his person
al friends, in conversation on this sub
ject a tew days ago, remarked that tbe
president now has different ideas of
many subjects from
thoBe
entertained
by him when'he first entered the white
house. His general exeoutive policy is
just the same, but experience in publio
life and natural affairs has taught him
how to ohange bis methods of accom
plishing oertain things. The same gen
tleman said he had been a personal
friend of Mr. Cleveland's for many years',
but be did hot always agree with him
politically, especially during the earlier
stages ot his administration, when he
seemed to be drifting slowly but surely
away from hiB party. His enlarged ex
perience and his increased information
concerning national affairs, ooupled with
the desire to oontinne four years longer
in the white house, have oaused him to
change his course in the proper direc
tion. It is said that Secretary Whitney
has succeeded Daniel Manning as the
political pilot for the demooratio ship of
state under the present administration.
Chronic Blienmatiam Cared."
Valley Stream,N. Y., January
1885—1 am a boatman, and upwards of
sixty years of age. Daring the past two
yean I have suffered severely from rheu
matism of the lower part of my baok.
My back ached witbont cessation, and
at times I thought I would be paralyzed
I procured two Alloook's Porous Plas
ters and pnt them aorosB the lower part
of my
Spine.
In twenty-fonr hours all
pain had oeased. At the end of a week
I put on two fresh Alloook's Porous
Plasters, wore them ten days, then took
them-off, and washed my back with a
little Alcohol,- which removed every trace
of the plasters. It is now three months
since tbe plasters ouredme, and I feel
very much stronger and better than ever
before. Robebt G, Eidkbt.
ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indiges
tion, Constipation, Dizidness,' Loss of Ap
petite, Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitallzer ls
a positive-cure Sold by Dr. Vanderhule.
W. L, DOW,
Edmisoi Black, Sloux FalU
DItASB, speolfloatlons and general superin
Mtsn votk st nsouNi nlsn
DAKOTA
C0MMEKCIAL COLLEGE,
Oorc.i Third and Capitol streets.
YANKTON .DAKOTA
MRS. FITCH SMITH,
AVnxe
QBADOATE of New York City Oonserva
of Uasio, and a first olass teacher of
Piano, Organ And vocal' culture, will rebeive
sohblars at j, P. Wagpner1* Hasio Btore, 101
Third Street, or will go to heme of pupils if
desired.
GKTFor fnrther information call at Unslo
Btore. or No. S, Ooates' Block, Third Street
JQAKOTA
IAOAL BI.ANK3.
PRESS AHO DAKOTAIAN LIST:
FOB LAWYERS,
JUSTICES OF THB PEACE
PROBATE JUDGES '.
CLERKS OF OOUBT
V. a COMUISSION1SRS
MINERS
Milwaukee:
A/DfT.PAUl
3LF
SHERIFFS
notastss puajjo
OONVEYANOEKS
U. S. Land Office Bianlts
V^Oatalogue
ftunished on application
Addrus, BOWEN KINGSBURY
Yankton. Dakota
P. Hi CONRAD,
—THE—
UPHOLSTERER.
Am nowi able to 111
all orders on short notice
,.aad am now prepared better than ever to do
ail kinds ot Dpfiolsterinit otXaweetrates.
yeua dperiCECe in seme of the' leading estab
lishment* 1Q Europe,
•A full line of good, in stock. HattreMCS
rsaovsMd,
KB East Capitol St., Yankten, Df|
kwsssaiil

It is thb Best Direct ilotrrE Brtwxih ai.l
mnoipjj[i roiNTS is thi Nobtuwkst, South
test ahd
Fab Wmt.
For maps, time tables, rates of possag. and
freight, eta., apply to the nearest station agent
of the Chicago, Milwaukee A St..Paul Bail
way, or to any railroad aeont anywhere in the
World.
B. MTT.T.WK, A. V. H. OAWENTKK,
General Manager. Gen'l Pass, and Tk't Agt
J. Jr. TVCKEB, OKO. H. fiKAFFOBD,
Ass't Gen'l Man. Ass't Oen Pass A T'kt Agt
|»—For Information in referenoe to Lands
and Towns owned by the Chicago, Milwaukee
Jc 8t. Panl Railway Company, write to O.
Hacqan, Land Oommissioner, Milwaukee
Wisconsin.
THECHIGAG0**D
ir
RAILWAY.
Penetrates ths Centres of Population in
ILLINOIS, IOWA, T,'
WISCONSIN, .^'V,
MICHIGAN,
MINNESOTA.
DAKOTA,
NEBRASKA AND WYOMING.
TT8 TBAIN. 8EBVIOE is oarefnlly arranged
-•-to meet rtquirementa of lootl travel, as well
as td furnish the most attractive Boutes for
through travel between important
TRADE CENTRES.
TTB EQUIPMENT of Day and Parlor Cars,
-••Dining and Palaoe Mleoping Cars is without
rival.
ITS BOAD-BED is perfection, of stone-bal-
Ala8ted
Steel.
WHB NORTH-WK8TEIIV is the favorite route
for the Cemmeroial Traveler the Tourist
and tbe Seekers after Mew Home, in the
Golden Northwest.
(ST"Detailed information cheerfully furn
ished by A. B. WlCliEB,
Agent, Yankton.
MABVIN HDGHITT, H.O.W1CKKB.
Vice Pres't and Qen. llaogr. Traffic iilang'r.
E. P. WILSON, General Passenger Agent.
B/JH1U.
Yanktor Bar k.
h*,
Ed unds & Sons.
Bankers, Yanktonu
Weds a general Banking, Collection and
Loan business, Ike same as National Banks.
Boy and sell exahosge on the principal oitie.
of the United States and tforope.
Bpeslal attention paid to collections, and re
mitted for invariably on day
Firat Rational Bank
9 -Ot-
AJNKTON, DAKOTA.
UNITED STATES BEPOSiTORY,
\,~r-
oA^rrAxli .f. -.". *so,ooo«
8DBPLD0™ •as.ooo
Correspondents: Chemical Watlonal Bank,
Hew York. Commercial Hattonal £ank, Uhi
cagD, Illinois.
W Dell Bxgh&Dse on oU tho prinoipal oities
ot Kntope. %M UoiloctiomK receive prompt
an^nttoa...»
MoKinney & Soomrai,
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RAILROADS. WHOI.K8AX55 L.IQCO! 8 AND OIQAK8,
wm tytrj
Iiffilllis
Of payment.
Will loan money, pay taxat and sail rsa
sttat« lor nea-rsslssnts, on favorable.iwrmt.
608,UNM
IAKKB O. MeVAY President.
W.H.MoVAv.Oashler.
(Superior to all
'.r''©,
Tankton, Dakota,
WJjO AM SBAL. LJJSSS3IIQ BUSINESS
tear par eettt. Interest allowed on cfepMits.
Oolleottons promptly attended to.
^Demestta and JorelsnExsruuige oogat as
§Mi
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wMoney to loan on Farm Propefty. LOOK tl^t
Xan pero«jt. Interest, aad Ho t)o»mlsidy«mj.
Komctpal Beeurltioe, School Bonds, and
OouitvWarrant, nonfhton reasonable terms.
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We oan furnish the Session L^ws
of Dakota for tbe years v:
1879,1881, 1883, «i 1885.
Address, BOWES & KINOSBUBY,
Yankton .I^ako^a
& I JOS. H. CAMPBELL,
00
ESTABLISHED 187.
Machinist, Boiler Maker
nestillers^eutg and Wholesale dealers in I-
{$p
Kanlucky and Domestic Whiskies
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6X1 s^u'.
if X. tlr" +-vfc. *4
5
Half Million
.ns^k~ j.'
"It I if -A ~K
nanufactarie. iu ths United8t»to« and oan satisfy the trade in every reapeot. Our nrinoM
%»anfla waII Ami fAvoMhlv knt«n throuiihont ua anrihwAil Ai\SlntSUflM *111 «1 _iT_
jiuodsare sfdll and f&vorably kaowo throughout the northwest
with saoosM by seiUag them v.
WE ARE GSNKRA-Ij AGENTS IN DAKOTA FOB
foseph SSohlita'a Brewing company, Milwaukee, Wis. Dubeiser-Bresoh Brow
3.- tag company, St. Louis, Mo. Ohestermau & Barrow's Bottling Works, 'j
LeMars, Iowa Branswiok Billiard Tables, Chicago, DhncSs *s
proprietors of Yankton Steam Bottling Works of
Sohlitz's Milwaukee Beer,
|f"We are prepared to fill promptly any and all orders for goods in our line and
guarantee satisfaction both in quality and prioes. Send for circulars and price list
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L*A t-
4 a"
-AND
MILLWRIGHT
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Kzigiiie FornifthiDga,
drawings and tracings for maohioery and
"»eavy trac&iiig.
WInventors originals perfected
if your sieam engine ia wasteful in her steam
py attaching my Yalve motion, 1 oan make it
last as eoonomioal as the beat Corliss engine
ooade of thoH dtmmwifnf^
Wil
90B. H. OAMPBEJQL.
Postoffioe box 7M. Yankton, D. X.
JOS. SOHILTZS
ss/^ka^fr a sSiAl
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Wt Orangbt a
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GEOROB BBOWDPiB#.
&'
pIpP »W Sample Booms.
filtOWM'B facilities for keeping Beer ooo
and fresh are unequalled, andho is at al
ttme« prepared to furnish till# invigoratins
www** hi* popnlar estobjUshment.«
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
^WrCaU at Brown's Sample rooms wn Thiid
meet when in Yankten.
CtEOBOB BBOWJI,
Supreme Court Reports.
VoIudsm one and two.
DakotaJReports
P5,00
PEK VOLUME.
Adlifess, BOW£K A KIKQSBUBl
'Zankiipn, Pakota|,
,:'V-
5
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Liquors and Wines.
hoM8-wittottr
Goods solcfc-only at Wholesale,
ADLER & OHLMAN, Yankton.
CWl *r addraea. SAM KAUOHBUB. Marchaats Hotel, XcaUoa, D.
Fruit gol^i and ICUderal
Waters.
For INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA, HEADAL __
COSTIVBNf8S, PRIOKI-Y HEAT. TETTEi
SALT RHEUM, MCDAVY, And all disuus atfalL.
tmn a aisorderea condition of the Stomach, Liver or Bowels.
»«.«
ers will always mesi
Furnisher!
HiJJB J. OlUFBSIA, E. H. Vi»AKIW*BP,
Attorney at Law, n~«
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.....aud gradual Jfll
Kedjnotien
lis,ft
POROKLAES
BOLLS.
TESTED 40 YEARS, BEST APERIENT KNOWN.
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tail" SC^^ Plessant to the Tasto. Cooling, Refreahinif. invi«or.tlng. AdRDtert to *11
HUuLUlJ EFPERVESCIM6 cliraxteB ana wasong, PRY in Powder
"—CITRATE
Price 35 Cents.
Civil Engineer and
Coenty Bnrveyoti
•",!. -,r.
Campbell & Van Antwerp
LAW, BUAL ESTATE,
O A N O I E
WILL ATTEND to oases in the dlstriott
probate and supreme, oourte* oonvey
anoing and examination of titlea. We nave a
oomplete and the only abstract of titles in
faiikton oounty. OolleotionB made promptly*
D&oney to loan on real estate^
Offioe in DudTsj^s blobki corner of. Third and
Oongiaa avenn® ..
Mortgage Bank,
YAKKTON." DAKOTA. I
J, iVyV Jj. A A
1, I
I —x
Exchange Bought and Sold. Colleo*
liw.is Promptly Attended to.
I
First Mortgage Lcoans on Farm
and City Property at Xiowest
«. Kates of Interest.
Municipal Securities and School Bonds
Bought and Soli, No Delays
I^ugest Beal Estate and Insnronoe
in Boutheost Dakota.
J
$35,000,000
Agency
Insurance,Capital represented. All Loue*
Promptly Adjusted Mid Paid from this Agency
BRUCE BROTHERS Prop's.
1873
1886
Wit BLATT
--THU-
Pioneer Grocerl
TH1BO STKEJET,
YAUKTON .DAKOTA
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