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K'f.i £~St If' 11 $H§ t'n THIS is the top of the gen uine "Pearl Top' Chimney, all others are imitations k.. iFearl I CI limeys. The dealer may say and think he has as good, but he has not. Insist upon the exact label ^lnd top. GEO. A. MACBETH & CO. Pittsburgh, Pa. Advert,mmnentH TO ADVERTISERS A li«fc of 1C00 nawqpa^rrft divided into H^ATfel.i A^O *'-OTlO *8 will be scut on ap plication FltKK To tho°o whu vWivwanElo^ ckric Onfranti vttHorWlTB. y.rrr AOTDB. want their advcr'isinc topay, weodiioll-'V nobvt'or medium for through and rffootiro work than tbe \arioUs sootions or our frutact Lofial liar. «KO. I'. hOWKU & CO.. Newspaper Advertising l*urean. 13 Bprucestreet, New York. w] mly Perfect fr/loOy.Mattery kiiverinvent'n ICliBOTBlO 8UBPKNSOUY b'ilJSK with ftvory Belt. KLKl. kOlmui/v ennMof i. BttXESCw w"SUmutM«'Ui! Kstob. JH7B 8en) Free .I' mpblefK l&ff 8,704 1AO-lgENTO SI'.. 8AM FRAU• qaOO,CAM $* f\nr im -it C!w fU tni to U'Ji. 1 "I ••J IN." V. i-r i:.'- 1'St -A*1, '-t '.M.iW :f-i: tl Nvrvmm WcrtU £P iHiU r« r. 'Ml' Ml ll -Artrtrft.?- Of». WAF« i* CO a. M* ADVER1 lbKRS an learn the exact cost any proposed line of advertising in American D'- oers by addressing ieo. P. Rowell & .Co., Viwspapor Advertising Bureau, lO Spruea St., New Yorli. wniu iOota, for lOO-Pago Pamphlet. 017 St. Charles St, ST. LOUIS, MO. A Bcnltr arnilnntc of thres medical -olleges.Tiaa licoii loutrer engaged In the treat* ment Chronir, Nervuns, Mb In and Blood D1«mi«.», tbau any otlier Phj-istcfan ln Pi* Louis, as vlty. papers show anil all old residents know. Consultation at office, or by mall, free and Invited. A friendly talk or mihilnn nmtii NAthlm* 1 A1 man, rree ana invited. A vutc.TnMuu. vurauie CBScS I here doubt exists lt.U frankly sta Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental and Physical Weakness, arising from In~ diieretion,.Excess pr Indulgence, producing soma of the following effects: Nervousness, Debility, Dimness of Sight, Perverted Vis ion, Defective Memory, Pimples on the Face, Aversion to Society of Females, Want of Pleasures in Life, Want of Ambition, Unfitness to Marry, Melancholy, Dyspepsia, Bttmted l)cvcloiiment, LOBS ofVower, Pallia A PERMANENT CUBE GUARANTEED, Blood Impurities and Poisoning, Mer eurial and other Affections, of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blotches, Eruptions, Old Sores, Ulcers, Painful Swellings, from whatever O&Ufie. nnallivAlv anil /nrovaH .llvn« at AND '111 RHKUMA1I8M, the result -of Blood poison, poatively cured. Unnatural Discharges Promptly Cured. Catarrh, Throat, Nose, Lung Diseases, Constitutional aril Arqniredl^Mtk Sso 1*5^ Wexea treated succca&fuily It is self-evident that a physician paying particular attention to a class of eases, attains great skill. In this oldest house Amerioa every known help is resorted tot and .tlio PBOVEU UOOO BEUUHE* or all afftis ai»a countries aroused. Chances as Glkn k® toade, using only the best, Avnlri nliAan.tkixitnlaii.l ..l»T m,a wv unuo, uotup miiy mc oeSl, Avoid cheap promised cure-ails—tlioy are use ,. less Every uaae requires iR9Pand ,attyoftendanKCrons. IJ WM5 tQ^UllCS All are treated PP€P»p®i» treatmout. vlth skill in a respoctilil mam do, St with On aeo Ing, th la deni o, kxperixients ARE lit 11/ #i,d tptlow, "J »'UVi'8 IfYi,.. av 1 get a speedy and perfect life hue what to dOi MADJQ. On *J?P »k.C|»V .owerfhan la demanded by others. Ifyou ee- "inE" ,ww cases a nib «nlll* a» AK£ ADJB. On aecouutof the great namher o' ylng, the olmrges are kept low, often A iiAmMniluJ kt» &U(| riv* ttun vure the skill vure» that is the important matter. White i&.,|luirp I a If Ire, Marine, Life, Aooi dent, Tornado. Oyolone. n^Badnrw promptly attended to WHITB ft HHABP, Xanktor ESTABLISHED 1890. A. L. HINMAN'S ColleotioR,IioaM and JBeal Estate Agency, "wSssst y.AVh TON ...DAKOTA, O'lv e—Cedar 8k. with Phil. K. Faalk. A N abrjidwwi) of moooy to loan on rual and^ ohattle neourttj. OABH ON BAND. No delay. No aendiiiv off applioa tious. HT-pplleotlona attended to and -kmn prompilj remitted, ^erwoe»: »irB» tlatlimal bank, tbe Xank to^bank, Fbilk X. Kaulk.attorney, &. L. HJNMA£». Vaaktoo. 4 "Op 10m ELJY'D CATARRH Cream Balm jGmam Cleanse? the Nas- aa. Passages, Heals tbe Sores.1 Restores the. Senses of Taste, and Smell. Lamp similar the 1 on ..of the Top b^VH or U.SA. TRY the CURE.HAY-FEVER A particle is applied'into ^aoh nostril and is agreeable. Price 80cents at drnfffrists, by mail reffistered, 60 ote. MLV BBOTHEU8, 68 Warren 8t., New York. Yankton Banjc, •a Edmunds & Sons, Bankers, Yankton. We do a general Banking. Collection and Ra-h business, the same as National BanKs. Bny and nail onbaage on the principal cities it tbe United Htatea and Inrope. Speotal attention paid toooUeotlons, and re mitted (or Invariably on day of payment. Will laan monay. pay taxaa and iall rail oitat* lor R«nrwlaanta. on lavorabl* term*. EPMUNDS 1 S0NS. JA1IKS 0. Mo TAV President. W. H. MoT AY Caahier. First National Bank k-wl*' %-vi —OF— YANKTON, DAKOTA UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY, CAPITAL ... SCKPLtrS.... V-SoUBti of Korope, attention. friendly talk or option coats nothing. Medicines seat by mall or express everywhere, securely raekeil, free from observation* Curable cases guarant***"* ... taYeu. a VA'. --.hi-'.':! 9SO.OOO 00 SXS.OOO oo Oor respondents I Ohomloal National But. Hew Yore. OorataeralBl National Bank. Chi sago, Illinois. all tbepilnalpal cities eotioaa reortr? prompt McKinney & Scongal, ••.c'.': ::w. 4 O wl* jtvT Yankton, Dukota^ 'V Four per cent, interest allowed on deposits. Collections promptly attended to. Domestto and Foreign Exchange bought aiid Bold. Money to loan on Farm Property. £ong time Tea per oent. Interest, and No Commission. Hnniotaal Beoorlties, School Bonds, and County Warrants bought on reasonable terms. Germania House Douglas Avenae, near Third street/ lankton, Dakota, ij a. Wallbaum & Becker/ PROPRIETORS. hi*honselathe headquarters for tWTelern and immigration. Good stabling in oonaeetion with the hotel. John Lang, -v 1 Artistic Painter AN1 'V DEUOliATOJO. L% TtHHUfeft* and flneet deai^np in Interior a, dSOOnliAft 111 n*« fit. itl n« /Wniknl Ft oo. decoration. Bpl Ihoti No. 411 on Catritol CAWADIAW 3DISCEXMINATI0W. The lYesldent Submits the State Corre spondence on the Matter. Washington', Sept. 13.—The president sent to the senate his reply to the house resolution requesting copies of the com munications, if any sent by by the presi dent to Great Britain, remonstrating against the wrongs of the Canadian gov ernment in discriminating against Amer ican vessels engaged in the fisheries. The correspondence referring to the ca nals consists of letters exchanged be tween the department of state and the United States consul at Ottawa, and the British minister, copies of tho orders of the Canadian officials, and the answer of the acting secretary of the treasury to the Dingley resolution of July 23. As to the correspondence relating to the denial of the American fishermen of the right of transporting fish, or other cargoes in bond, the president says: "It will be remembered that a tempo rary arrangement was made on July 1, 1883, whereby the privileges accorded to our fishermen under the fishing articles of the treaty ot 1871 were continued during the remainder of that year's fish ing season. No instance of refusal on the part of the Canadians since July 1, 1885, to the present time,to allow the en try at Dominion Beaports of American cargoes, other than fish, for transporta tion in bond across the territory of Canada no the United iStates, has been made k^own to the state department." The president also sends a copy of his message of Dec. 8, 18^6, relating to the fishing steamer "Novelty." This mes sage contained a protest of the secretary of state to the British minister on the subject of the refusal of the Canadian authorities to allow the "Novelty" to transship its flfh in bond. The president refers to lists, already submitted to the senate, of ill treatment of vessels in Canadian waters. Of these sixty eight vessels, he says, six were refused to transship fish, but none were formally reported to tho state department by the parties interested. Referring to the final inquiry of the resolution as to wrongs inflicted on vessels since March 3d, 1887, the president says that a single case has been rejected—the ship Bridgewater. The claim was duly investigated, and on June 22, 1HC7, the secretary of state addressed the British minister on the subject. Formal acknowledgment of the secretary's letter was made, but nothing further. The Bridgewater, in April, 1887, went into Shelbourne, N. S., for re pairs. She was surveyed and con demned. The captain, refusing to ac cept her condemnation, bought'her in for her ojvners. She was seized for non payment of duty as for goods entered. After correspondence she was released unconditionally on October 15. Twenty thousand dollars damages are claimed by uie vessel owners, and adjustment of the claim is asked by the secretary of State. DAVITT AND THE FENIANS. The Constitutional Movement vs. tbe Dy namite Method. IiONDON, Sept. 38.—Michael Davitt an-1 noonces his intention ot applying to the Parhell commlsBion to be allowed to give evidence before It. He gave to the press an abstract of his entrance into polities in his country in 1866, when he joined the I. ft. B. While in Portland prison he concluded the Irish were not adapted for agitation by seor»t piracy, and he formed a plan for an open combination. Finding that the alliance of those who wished to act constitutionally and those Who desired' revolution was impossible, he took an Independent line. Without consulting Mr. Parnell or the Fenians, he started in 1879 his agitation against landlordism on the fhnds which he had reoeived from his American lectures. Later Mr. Par nell offered him money from the re sources of the league. In 1880 Mr. Davitt, on going to America' for the purpose of forming an aux iliary branch of the league, was expelled from the I. R. B. for advocacy of constitutional agitation. Since then there has been constant hos tility between the members of the league and the Fenians. Early in 3880 .four men visited Davitt's lodging, designing to murder him. At the same time the gang, headed by the "Phoenix Park" murderer, Carey, broke up the rotunda meetings. If himself and other leaders of the open agitation had not been re moved from the control of the league by the government imprisoning them, Mr. Davitt sayB the invincible conspiracy would have been unheard of. Mr. Da vitt relates that on the morning after the Phoenix park murderers bad been com mitted, Mr. Parnell came to him and told him that he had resolved to retire from Irish politics,declaring that no man was safe when irresponsible conspirators organized deeds of that kind. Mr. Davitt persuaded him to reconsider his determi nation and retain the leadership. The writer states that he co-operated with Mr. Parnell's delegates who were trying to influence the Chicago convention of 1886 to adopt a pacific policy. He says he was afterwards condemned to be shot by the O'Donovan Rossa faction because he condemned dynamite. Regarding the plan of campaign, Mr. Davitt rather dis approves of it as only proposing to lower the rent instead of disposing of it, and then tending to prolong landlordism. American vs. Western Association. Kansas City, Mo Sept, 13.—The peo ple of Kansas City will be given an op portunity to see their two ball clubs meet to settle the question of superior ity. A series of five games of ball be tween the American and Western associ ation clnbs of this city were arranged by Messrs. Speas and Menges, the owners of the two clubs. The games will be played between October 15 and October 25, Owing to the championship sehetrtilo of the clubs the dates can not be fixed upon definitely, but as soon as the "Cow boys" finish their games with Louisville the series will begin. Colorado Democrats, Denveb, Sept. 18.—At the Democratic state convention T. M. Patterson was nominated by acclamation. The ticket was completed as follows: J. A. Porter of La Plata, lieutenant governor Amos G. Henderson of Lake, state treasurer W. R. Erhardt of Boulder, secretary of state Leopold Meyer of Saguache, aud itor J. M. Abbott of Washington, attor ney general M. B. Gerry and A. J. Ris ing, judges of the supreme court Thomas Macon of Canpn City, congressman. Massachusetts Bepitbllcans, Boston, Sept. 13.—The Republican state convention nominated Ames for governor, Brackett for lieutenant gov ernor, Pierce for secretary of state, Ladd for auditor, Marden for treasurer, and Waterman for attorney general. Newfoundland Backs Out. Ottawa, Ont., Sept. IS.—The Domin Ion government received word from the governor of Newfoundland that the mis sion of tho delegates who were to start Sor Ottawa Sept. 15, to arrange for a basis Iter the proposed admission of that colony to, the Dominion, has been indefi nitely .postponed. It is understood that the atraiped relations between Canada aad tho United Statea have led to this audden suspension of negotiations. Sir John Macdonald contended that while Newfoundland is a party to the obnox iuos treaty of 1'318, which has caused all the irritation, that colony would not aufifor from any retaliation the president MMii ®sf zfr' ff f- •-. 1-ifV -^7 i- "f may impose, 'which' Is all directed at Che Dominion, as it now exists, and that, therefore, Newfoundland should not on that account withdraw from the pro posed federation, as tho suggested retalia tion.will not affect tliat colony in the least, even as part of the Dominion. ANINTEI ES1ING CASE. Aberdeen Produces a IH vorce Bcdks tion Willi ftuterefetiiig fsstures. Aberdeen, IJuk Sept. 12—T|j« tfsti mouy in the iunions divorce muii oi Hamilton vs. Hamilton, uu trial before Referee Potter in this oity, wud tiulrhtd laa*night, Mrs. Hamilton, who was on the Btuuii lor sevmul houiu, told the eioty of hur rooiatitio but u.oet uulor tuuuto murnugti lu a quiet, uuufi'eotba w»y. Her apiieurunje and mniiisr while giving leetiuiouy were dt-uiutdiy lu her I»vr. While tho defendant would hardy be described as a huudnouio womuu, bUe io Oirtaiuly a most attractive one, a Comun t'j.Luturuliy oommuud ttie uUmtraiiou of men. Little wouder in ixprcnecd here that young Hamilton became unamoed of her. Indeed, one of the spectators yesterday expressed a common thought by remur&iug in uu audible whimper' He's a fuol that he don't dismiss his ouse und take her home tvitll him." li ise Bionsky is no ordinary girl. Her lace no*, however, Hbovs the traoes of toe trials the has undergone and the unxiety that any woman must feel «btn she is oalled upon to vindicate her character from the gravest charge that can be made against a wemau. Bnt not withstanding this, Mrs, Hamilton, in a becoming suit of -ome sea-green fabric, looked e.ery inch a wile and woman se she told her wrongs. A shapely figure, graoefol in every movement, supporting a small, well poised head, with heavy bauds of dark brown hair drawn back from a wide, low forebetid ej.-s of that gray quality which one can nardly dis tinguish from black a shapely nose and a mouth and ohm ol unusual firmness and bvnuty, made up a picture rarely Been in the witness obair. And she, this fair, modeBt, refintd looking wnmau waB there to defend her fair name from the aspersions of men so low and brutal in appearance, that any word or deuial seemed unnecessary. Tbe moral proofs and the probabilities of her story, told in a quiet way, supported them. She said sbe bad known William Hamil ton from childhood, und that for along while before her secret marriage to turn at Fountain City he bad paid her marked at eution. Her parents were opposed to the idea of marriage, as were run. AF er tbeocrerroav ihey returned to their homes, having agreed to keep the mar riage a secret until her husband oonld secure oharee of a lumber yard at some town in Dakota, when they were to go there to live. A week elapsed and the seoret got abroad. Hamilton saw her one evening and it was agreed they shonld announoe their marriage to their parenta the following day. Bat in tbe morning Hamilton oame not. A note onder tbe doormat told her be would oome later in tbe day. This waa the last she ever saw of bim—the man who was her husband but in name. Mra. Hamil ton than told her story of the incidents which the plaintiff's attorney bad twist ed into the fonndationa tor tbe charges of anohastity—a simple Btory with not a oironmstanoe inoompatiable with her innooenoe. How Reynolds, tbe aroh wit ness, forced bis attentions upon her, got a oloak for her one rainy night met her twioe pretending he could tell her of the atepa her husband's attorney was taking to prooure a divorce bow the police ot Winona dogged and bannted tier foot steps, and all the detail* of thia deter mined effort to get a divorce, whether or no to satisfy the pride ot Hamilton's family. Upon oross examination she never faltered, nor departed in any point from her direct testimy. When her testimony was oonoluded there were few disinterested persona who did not be lieve ber a wronged and innocent wife This aentiment manifested itself yester day in talk upon the streets of giving some of tbe plaintiff's witnesses short notice to leave town. That Mra. Ham ilton's obaracter and right will be vindi cated by the deoision is a belief generally antortamad hovo Dakota Orators ln tlin East. Dakota orators seem to be in demand in tbe east, not only as political speakers, but in aooial and oommemorative events. Ool. Plummer performed effective work in swelling tbe big republican majority in Maine, while ex-iiov. The Toledo Blade ia no less compli mentary. It say a "The speaker brought down the bouse by allading to tbe fact that distinguished men are rarely hand some. Lincoln was an extremely homely man anleaa at timea when the light of bis great soul shone cut of bia eyes. Grant would not attract attention in a crowd and Sherman—well, Sherman can speak for himself." Thia little bon mot caus ed universal laughter in the audience and it was several minutes before quiet was restored. At tbe olose of a mag nificent peroration. Gov. Pierce said: 'If these old soldiers sometimes tell stories of tbe war, bear with tbem. Bear with them, my friends. At least be con siderate enough not to Bit IV G. A. Pierce won great praise for bis Hue ad dreBB before the Army of the Tennessee. The Toledo Oommeroial says of the gov ernors effort: "Dating bis entire ad dress the intereat of bia audience never for on instant flagged. Hia eloquence waa fervent and forcible. At timeB the aadienoe was convulsed with some good point made by an aneodote related in a most entertaining and humorous vain. At other times the pathos moved many to teara. It waa a brilliant effort and tbe humoroua and pathetic so harmoni ously blended a* to make it a decidedly masterly effort. op nights pouring over records, trying to find if somewhere, somehow, a pension cannot be kept awaj' from the old soldiers.' These sentiments Called forth tremen dous applatue. The address of the speaker was full of interesting remin iscences and anecdotes of the war. They were told in an inimitable manner and won continued plaudits from the vaat audienae." Sorely Dakota has reason to be proud of its. orators, both at borne and abroad. THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Cor.Dearborn and Lake Streets, CHICAGO. This boune ha» lost been thoroughly refitted at a cost of over $16,000, making it far better than »By notel ot tbe same price in the Went. Klevatt-r, Electrle Lights, Bath Booms, and all modern improvements. Kates, $2 and $2.50 per Day inc'uding meal*. Octr^lly looated ao esniblo to all railway stations, theaters and businew hranes. street oars to pointa of the city. Special rates to professional people* Wt DABB & CO., Pro riators. J. H. TK1XJEK, Attorney at Law, •. OM«e In ^uatoffta Mrmfc TANKTON DAKOTA, 6? ft The Merchant reads the Chicago Daily News because he must know what's going on in the great business centres of the world, and he can't waste time hunting for it in a blanket sheet." Grandfather reads the Chicago Daily News because it gives all the news, and yet so condensed that it doesn't tire htm out to read it. And then the print is so clear. HARK! TBE GONG Ice! Ice! F. Scbnauber's loe during tbe season of 1888 as otesp u tho ohoBpeat and on standard time. Telephone No. 88 lEVLe&ve orders at his residence, or at Pnrdy & Breoht'* or E. Weber's drui? store. To School Officers. Sohooi Townsmp Booksr, and Blank Sohool Dis'riot Books and Blanka, oompleted and arranged underthe S hr-ol Law of 1883-7 FOR SCHOO! GFF.CERS DAKOTA Published and for sale by The Boys all want the Chicago Daily News I he Politician always reads the Chicago Daily because it gives the base ball news so fully, to say News because its an impartial paper, and whether nothing of all the other things boys enjoy. And *ie '''ces 'ts ^dependent views or not, he wants to this year even the boys don't skip the political ^now the truth. He "supports" his particular news. party "organ," but when he wants cold /acts he reads the Chicago Daily Nbws. $3.00 ESTABLISHED 1869. BOWEN & KINGSBURY, ANKTON DAKOTA. LAWS A O A We can furnish the Session Laws of Dakota for the years 1879, 1881, 1883, 1885 and 1887. AddreBS, BOWEN & KINGSBURY, Yankton........................... .......^^Bkota. DAN. McDEVITT, DEALER IN Groceries, Wines and Liquors, Feed and Provisions. YANKTON -DAKOTA Yankton and Swan Lake stage Rind J- xpress JLinn J, N. MOOliE, Proprietor. I .KAVK Yankton Mondays, Wodnoadaya and Friday* at 7 o'olook *a uu, relnruir* Turg. day*. Tnnr.rUv- R*«nrn»v-. Rubbsr Stamps IN Any Style at the Press and Dukotaton Oittee. xansxqh..... & 1( y-oi.ivr-^ 0 The Farmer reads the Chicago Daily News be cause he makes more than $3.00 a year—one cent a day—by keeping promptly posted on the variations Mother reads the Chicago Daily News bccausc she wants to keep up with her husband in general information, and then she particularly enjoys the household hints and things of special interest to women which art in it every day. JOHN The Pozt Office Review, says: "Nearly everybody who reads Ihe EngUshianguage in, around and about Chicago, reads the Chicago Daily News." Do you? Its a ^hort and to the point paper, —made particularly for busy people, and it costs one cent a day. All newsdealers sell it. and all post masters forward subsenptions for it at AT $5.00 PJER VOLUME. Address. BOWEN & KINGSBU TANKTON DAKOTA jQAKOTA LEGAL, BLANKS PRESS AND DAKOTA'AN LIST: FOR LAWYERS, JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. PROBATE JUDGES CLERKS OF COURT (J. »*»,dakoxa U. S. COMMISSIONERS MINERS SHERIFFS NOTARIES PUBLIC CONVEYANCERS. S. Land Office Blanks. Wr Catalogue jfnrnlnhed on applieatio Addrew BOWEN 4 KINOBBUKtf, Yankton, Dakota OS. SOHILT'Z Milwaukee Beer Uh draught at GEOiiGE BKOWN'S Third Bt.^jample liooms RBOWN'H facilities for keeping Beer Cool ana fresh are nneqnaled. and he is at all times prepared to fnrnish this invigorating beverage at his popular establishments. "Wines, Liquors and Oigars |y Call at Brown's Sample rooms on Third street when in Yankton. QBOBQE BROWN. The imc reads the Chicag because he knows that a year, or Ji.oo for four months. Address VICTOR F. LAWSON, Publisher The Chicago Daily News, Chicago. SteaM HeatinG -AND- HotWater Heating Repairs Promptly Attended to. Pipe and Fittings and Supplies for water and Steam. Plans and Estimates on all Kinds of Work. Jos. H. Campbell. YANKTON DAKOTA. Superior to all Fruit Snltv nod Mineral Water*. For IMHfSESTI N. OYSPEPSrA* flEAD^VCIlK, (!OST!V KNf' S S HlJirJvLY HEAT. TI2TTEK, SAI/T KfilSlMI. trrtv\. And all diseases from a di!»»rti«!r«*il cuu.'htiijit *ii Ktoiunch, Liver or Barising.hIowq Supreme Gourt Reports. Volume One, Tvro and Three. Dakota Reports even in matters handicraft the more general intelligence a man has the of the mark'.'t,—he doesn't wait for the slow week- he II earn. The workinijmari can well afford his lirs daily papet ni "one cent a day.'' more (.jrandniother reads the Chicago Daily News because she still wants to know what's going on And it's a comfort to see a daily paper in the family that's clean and pure,—one she's not afraid to have the children see." The Girls all read the Chicago Daily News because they're specialty interested in its chatty gossips about fashions and home matters, to say nothing about the excellent serial story always running. TESTED 40 YEARS. BEST APERIENT KNOWN. Pleasant to the Taste. Cooling, Itefreuhinff, Invigorating. Adapttxl to all EFFERVESCING I climate? aitd (masons. DIIV Powder 1 and Effervescent. RTDon't fail to use it. Trice 3.3 Cents. RAILROADS. CHICAg^ IMILWAUKEEH ?yr Fast Mail Link with Vestibuled TisinsU tween Chicago, Milwaukee, 8t. Paul and Minneapolis. Tbans-Contineni'al Boute between Chicago, Counoil I3»nffs, Omaha and tbe Pacific Coast. Gbbat Natioual BotJTK botwecii Chicago, Kansas City and St. Joseph, fro. 5700 Milesop Boad reaching all prinoipftl pointa in lllino)R» Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri and Dakota. For maps, time tables, rates of pansage and freight, eto., apply to tbe nearest ttation ag nt of the CHICAGO, Milwaukee way, ILLINOIS, IOWA, WISCONSIN, MICHIGAN, mk: & St. Paul Bail- or to any Bailrtad Agent anywhere in the World. KOBWELL MTLLEB, A. V. H. CARPFNTER, General Manager. Gen'l Pass, and Tkt. Age. HF"For information in reference to Lands and TownB owned by tbe Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company, write toH G. Haugan, Land Commissioner, Milwaukee Wisconsin. CHiiCf AttS ESTERN RAILWAY. Penetrates the Centre: oi Population in MINNESOTA, DAKOTA, NEBRASKA AND WYOMING. T8 1BAIN SERVICE ia carefully arranged —to meet- raquirexneuta of iooal travel, as well as to furnish the most attractive ltoutos for through travel between important TRADE CENTRES. ITS EQUIPMENT of Hay and Parlor Oars. ADining rival. I and Palace sleeping Oara without TS KOAD-BED Is perfeotion, of stone-bal lasted Htcel. npHE NOBTH-WEBTEUN is the favorite route A for the Gommoroial Traveler, the XouriM and the Seekers after Clew Homes in the Qolden iXorthwest, Detailed information cheerfully furn ished by W.M. UADOJblFFCl, Ageut. Yankton. J. 11. WHITMAN, H-o. WXOKEU, General Manager. Trallia Man gr. U. P. WlL-Oti, General Paaaeuger Agont BABGAIN—I have one thousand acres of nlass farming 'and in MoOook county. Dakota, whinn 1 will trade for busineos, rehi A:first denco or suburban property in Yankton, al"° balanoo of the townsite of liridgewater. Wii make these a bargain to any one, either, ro oaab or exchange. Address, ijoek Box, 188, BiouxOity. Ia.