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2 & & S -C l'j-r iff iit •fc§*u*i£w*»tf fitotolw. .. YANKTON, DAKbTA. Monday Evening, September 1, 187ft Kcfulnr meeting of the city council to night. The backbone of the hot spell is broken, ^eatfidiy *nd to-day the weather «u cool and pleasant. The klgfcest temperature yesterday wu 64*, and the lowest 58°. To-day the high est was 81°, and the loweat 66°. Mra. Thomas Adam* died thla morning, I after a protracted and palatal Illness. The foneral will take place from the naldence of ber husband on Sixth atreet at 8 o'clock to-morrow morning. Leonard Kiene, of Dnboque, Iowa. ii in town. Mr. K. has purchased an improved farm in the northeastern part of Yankton county, and aa soon as he can settle up his home affairs will remove to and reside upon hie purchase. P. C. is looking for a ball aqd chain. A nan belonging to the cooler outfit walked off with one this afternoon and theredonbt able janitor of the city bastile haa the bread and water rations all ready for the thief as aoon as he can catch him. The Dakota Scientific Association will ... hold Its annual meeting for the election of trustees and for the transaction of other ". business, at 8 o'clock on Wedneaday even ing, Sept. 3d, at the office of Dr. J. II. Mil si ler. A tall representation of the member ship is requested. The band organization of which George Rossteuscher is president, presented an sp plication to the city council on Saturday evening for the use of the Instruments be longing to the city. The application waa referred to the committee on finaqce and taxation, and will be reported upon this T:ewning. The organization of Charles Mix county '^wii completed to-day. Governor Howard JK appointed William Miller, J. F. Jones and tflii John Johns commissioners. This county liee in the recently released Indian country and is one of the richest in Dakota. It will be rapidly settled by an indnstrious class of people. *•-. The weather indications for the upper J'' Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys are Partly cloudy weather, winds mostly from north to west, stationary or lower tempera ture. For the lower Missouri valley Warmer, clear or partly cloudy weather, northwest winds, general ahifting to south west, and falling barometer. Persons wishing to take out their second papers and become citizens of the United States, without delay will do well to observe that there will be no term of the district court in Yankton until November, but an ..opportunity will be given for the procure ment of full citizenship papers by applies AV tioo to the court at Bon Homme next week, gr, ,! or at the supreme court, at Yankton, which opens the first Tuesday In October Geo. L. Tackett, an old resident of Sioux City, and well known all along the Missou ri river, bsd $350 stolen from bis truck on the steamer General Meade on Friday night or Saturday morning while tbe boat was at near Springfield. Mr. Tackett was on 5r5^-'hi8 way home from tbe Yellowstone coun l«rlfTi where be spent the lest two years, and being a hardworking man of limited mesns the loss Is seriously felt by him. Thus far no clue haa been obtained to tbe persons 4 who committed tbe robbery. Mr. T. con 4, tinned bis journey homeward yesterday "'morning on the Meade. .A The special meeting of the city council "on Saturday evening did not conclude the transaction of any business of importance. An ordinance waa introduced and referred y* committee, on ordinances granting the fS^*right of way oil Seventh street to the Dakota Southern railroad company and repealing the ordinance passed in 1872 granting that tr' right on Main or Eighth streets. The cam" mittee* waa instructed to report upon the ordinance at to-night's regular meeting of the council. Nothing was done looking to the opening of Main street between Douglas |||avenuejmdBroadway.. Yesterday morning J. S. Grable, the auc tioneer,concluded to take a little exercise on horseback, hot was unfortunate in selecting for his purpose a pony addicted to the repre hensible habit of bucking. Everything went smooth)/ for a little while, but all of a sudden—bucking ponies indulge in their propensity with suddeanea—the animal as sumed the attitude of a cat interviewing stranger of tho same specks on the wood' shed roof. Thia disgusted Mr. G., and he concluded to get off, but hia resolution and ita execution wen ao sudden that ho alight ed some distance in advance of the pony on hia noee and left cheek, instead of on hia feet as he doubtless would have done had he diemounted with more deliberation. Mr. Grable is satisfied that a pony may ge'. on ita ear and bode without doing itself any harm, bnt that the rider can not get off on hia nasal organ without drawing from all hia acquaintances the question, ''What's the matter with those nose." Saturday evening the Episcopal choir ••t In the church to rehearse the music for tbe following dsjr's services, and for that purpose a portion of tbe lamps 'were light ed. When tbe choir got thfough singing the membera retired from tbe church, each one thinking that the last one out would aitinguiah tbe lights or that the jsailor would be on hand to perform that duty. Tbe last one did't appear to give the mat ter anv thought,at all, and so all went their way leaving tbe doors open and tbe lamps burning. 1Mb pedestrians saw the light and open doors, bat concluded that an im portant business meeting was going on, gave them no attention. Late* tbe steady old esen going home from ths opera notlc ed thsnnnanal sight, but deeflned to ap proach to ascertain the canae for fear a col lection waa being taken up and ao the opaa aad the-lampa Mi II two o'clock Sands? morning, at whic£-bMr two young men,returning from the lodge, concluding that It wu time for aseeUng to be (hie) ont, invaded the eaa precincts and pot an end to the unusual spectacle by putting ont the lights and closing the doors. Don't forget to call at Paul Haniann's place opposite the poet office for a good ahave and tony hair cut. PERSONAL J. A. Kent left today for a trip up the Niobrara. John A. Lee, of Springfield, Is at the Merchants. T. A. Kingsbury, of Springfield, spent the Sabbath In Yankton. H. A. James and wife, of Springfield, are among to-day's visitors, O. T. McCoy Bon Homme county's reg ister of deeds, is In* Yank ton-today. Miss Kitty Mstthews, of the opera house troupe, is dangerously ill with scsrlet fe ver. Mrs. H. E. Cutting weut to Sioux City 8aturd*ay morning to visit friends snd rela tives. Miss Mary K. Brosius, principal of the Industrial school at Ssnteesgencv, is regis tered st the Merchants. H. E. Cutting and Henry Gardner will leave (or Lake Kampeeka to-mor row. Tbey are to return via. Freateel. The Siou^City Journal says that L. W. Chandler is about to resume the editorial management of the Vermillion Standard. Felix Caraveau left for St. Paul this morning to attend the Minnesota State fair which is being held in tbst city this week. Mrs. J. L. Turner of Springfield, snd .. M„. 0 C. Spnt, rod C. H. SperfT of t«,«U. Yafikton agency, were guests at the Jencks over Sunday. Sioux City Journsl, 30th C. H. Longman felt lonesome without his boys, and had them sent down to him yesterday from Yankton, where they have been at the school of the Sisters of Charity. Col. Sbafter, recently promoted from lieutenant colonel of the 24th infantry to colonel of the first, is expected to arrive in Yankton within a few days on bis wsy to Fort Randall, the beadqusiters of bis new regiment. Tbe 24th infantry is in Texas. Lieuts. W. I. Reed snd Geo. S. Young, of the seventh infantry. Fort Snelling, return ed yesterday from Fort Randall, where they bad been to deliver fifty recruits for the first infsntrv, and left for their post this morning. Msjor Pease, formerly a well-known citi zen of thia section of Dakota, and in whose honor Pease island, above Fort Randall, was named, Is In the military hospital at Fort Custer, incurably sick of a disease pe culiar to the Indian country. Upon the srrival of the stesmer General Mesde on Saturday evening, Mrs. Charles Wambole and her l.ttle girl baby, Meade Wambole, were conveyed to their residence in this city, where we arc glad to know tbe mother snd tbe little native of tbe stesmer Mesde sre doing well. S. J. Hayes, superintendent of machinery for tbe Illinois Central road, and wife, Da vid Oxley. master mechanic at Centralis, III., and wife, and Thomas W. Plsce, mas ter mechanic at Waterloo, Iowa, all of the Illinois Central, came up to Yankton in a special car Saturday night and remained over Sunday, Harvey took them all out riding in the Merchants' bus yesterdsy, giv ing them an opportunity to look st tbe country. Surveyor General Epperson left a day or two ago to inspect tbe work of tbe deputy surveyors now in tbe field. He will visit the work being done by Messrs. Beardatey, Marahal), Van Antwerp, and Beadle & Ro yem, in northern Dakota, and that of C. H. Bates and Cel. Higbee on the line or tbe extension or the N. P. road weat of Bis marck. He had not decided, when he left, whether be would or would not go to the Hills to Inspect the work being done there. •j?' ™E RIVER yn 1 The steamer Nellie Peck is expected from Sionx City this evening. Tbe river remains at five feet and nine inchea above low mark. Tbe steamer Peninah arrived from aboye early yesterday morning, and at 6:30 a. m. left for Sioux City. At Vermillion she had overtaken the Meade which left here at day light. The steamer General Meade succeeded in getting of the sand bar upon which she wu held all day Saturday, and arrived at Yankton between five and six o'clock in the evening of that day. 8he left Sunday morning for Sioux City, where she will load for an other np river trip. Bismarck Tribune, 28d: The steamer Joaepbine, which left here for Terry's Landing lightened to thirty Inches at Bu ford, taking her Terry Landing freight, pu sengers and recruits through. She will return to Buford for. the balance of ber cargo Tbe ROM Bud passed Buford yes terday en route to Cow Island. Tbe Joae pbine went up to Buford in three days.... Tho Big Horn left Benton on the 15tb, having taking all ber freight to deatination. The Big Horn wu detained at Fort Peck by Gen. Miles The McLeod waa com pelled to leave alxty tons of her freight on Cow bland. The McLeod reports low WST ter |bove Buford—23 inches. Above Peck she met tbe Key West and Eclipse going along all right The Butte will ran through to Benton until tbe dust obscures the vision of the pilot... .The Butte cot away yeaterday for Benton with 160 tons of freight and a crowded cabin of paaeen gers.. .The Col McLeod leavee to-day for Benton. New dress battona in plain and inlaid pearl well other kinds, at Parmer's, cor. 3rd and Broadway. ', The war Is over, Isn't it!?' This wu thtffaflMtift sbMeBintf Inimj Mariig re new)f *hen .the ioouvarsatlog jhji with #*to afcrfipOeed reonfc* dt tike sol diersof Dskota. Tho war la over, but there •till la, and aver will he burning brightly in the heart of every true aoMler a kindly and fraternal leeling for hia eomtadea in arms., The memory of dangers ahared, bat tles fought, and wearlaome marches will never die out as long aa a single veteran of ths^aabellllfp survives^ apC when Urn last one is hid ^peathitbe eMi of the ^tlley, his posterity "will plsnt frsgrsnt forget-me nots upon his grsve. It Is a matter of sur prlss tbst soldiere who have stood together ln^«ba gsd lire Aoet hpJMtUe, and have walked down through the valley of the shsdow of death amidat all the wild, fierce excitement of tetrible war, sbonld meet to gether to renew old friendships, recount bsttle experiences, review the thrilling pic tures of the sanguinary past, and review emotions of patriotlam and devotion for the silver stara and crimson stripes of the death less flag of the free? Soldiers who bsve stood inthe awful alignment of deadly.con flict cknltaver forget tnosD wfio stood with them nor can they forget thosis who ssnk into tbe grim arms of desth beneath.tbe tbe murderoua cannon abot or the merciless rifle ball. Such memories are sscred, Tbe American volunteer who left' hia business avocation, bis wife and friends, his home, and all that was dear to him on eartb. pano plied with war's dread equipments, and wbo has returned from the smoke, fire snd blood of tbe most stupendous conflict the world ever witnessed, feels justly a pride in what was accomplished,—the preservation of the best government on the lace of God's green earth—and rejoices when he meets again those'who, in the fading past, reslized sim ilar experiences. It is not to engender sec tional hatred, to wave the bloody shirt," soldier* love to hold reunions all over tbe loyal north. It is not for political purpo ses. It is not for revolutlonsry purposes. It is noi for purposes of military desplay but It is through patriotic and fraternal mo tives that they meet together. That svmpa thy awakened among those who have expe rienced tbe same peril, creates a friendship and affection among soldiers which will ev er result in annual reunions. I am in favor of such reunions snd believe every ex-sol dier in Dakota is in favor of them. They are productive of kindly feelinga,, bring to gether old comrades, intensify a love of country and promote a military order which shoujd be fostered for tbe protection of home, freedom and country. Let there be a grand old reunion yet tbis autumn in Da kota. VETERAN." if you wish a nobby pair of pants go to TGSID HAOKKR & GREBE. CARD OF THANKS. To Captain King and Clerk Wood, of the steamer General Meade, and to all the offi cers and employees ou the boat I desire to express publicly my heartfelt thanks for their kindness to my wife during her sick ness on board that boat between Yankton agency and I his city. CHARLES \V AM BOLE. Yankton, Sept. 1, 1S79.- I. The S'icred Heart Academy will be open ed on Monday 8ih, at Mr. Moody's resi dence, cor. 5th and Lynn streets. Lessons in German will be given. Ii 4: £11 SISTERS OF MERCY. Crab Apples, at BLATT & BCERDORF'S. In*. AN 0U TIMER. 4 I. W. Staart Tells what he Knows About Early Days In Dakota. I. W. Stuart, a proof reader on the Chi cago Tribune, recently visited Bismarck, and told the editor of the Tribune what he knows about the early days of Dakota, espec. tally of the first settlement of 8ioux Falls. Mr. 8tuart's statement to the Tribune was that the "Dakota Land company wu organized in St. Paul in 1859 and a location wu made at Sioux Falls and Mr. I. W. Stuart, St. Paul printer, and Sam Albright, a Bohe mian, were employed to conduct a newspap er for the oompany represented at that time by J. F. DeWitt, F. B. Campbell, and Cim Fisk, ahd in 185V they flung to the breeze the Dakota Democrat devoted to the organ ization of Dakota territory and to the land speculation of its owners. The paper had no subscription list and no advertising, bnt wu published now and then. Stuart went to Yankton one day, and whiie he wu gone Albright jumped the country, biking the head oI the paper, which next appeared un dervStuart's management the Western Independent. The war broke out, Stuart left the country, and preeumes the office wu destroyed by the Indians. Stuart says in 1860 Albright, his partner,wu appointed to take census of Dakota. That he neyer left the oflioe, but made a "thorough canvas*" anilVreport showing about four thousand people. He gave the name and place of residiiocft' af etoybody he toew.«nd padded from some old city directory to supply the deficiency. Dr. Sagete Catarrh Remedy cores the worst cases. Only CO cents a bottle. The place to get your money's worth Is the Tivoli saloon, where you find the coolest Milwaukee Lager Bfer on draught, and a fine free lunch every morning from 9 to llt30., and Saturday nights from 8 to 11:30 P.M.' f.. D. PARMER, 3nl an! Brand way, la csaMsstly Ntflvltg gnii tnm Now York, whlek aitaklaa hint to keap kte a«aak falljr aaaarta4 wilk HW g*a4a Ika aeaeo* lhi«e«Ms st aa low prices asean he ha« wwt of Chicago. Dim him a call' Blank Sitka la plain, striped and hrpeftU at pricee ranging from $1.00 to $3.00 per yd. at Parmer'a. Polonaise auitipg* in new pattern*, in prices to suit tho times, at Parmer^*, oor. 3d and Jtroad way.'-—:^'" Ladiee' Silk scarfs, Lace Lisle glovee, Fingered lace mitts^ etc., etc. at Parmer's, cor. 3rd and Broadway. Momie cloth for suitings at Parmer's, cor. 3rd and Broadway. ,. Free Lunch every -morning at Fred Lerch'a Brewery Hail, Third atreet, between Cedar and Broadway. New Laces at Parmer's, cor. 3rd and Broadway. Torchon laees. ta Thread Breton Florence Venetian "v Valenciennes lscss. Arabesque Irish Trimming laces. ??f Hage's. "j Mason's 1 f.-i ...-we- English, Scotch and American suitings at HACKER & GRKUK. Mills A Purdy have in atock a new lot Oil curtains, fringe and tassels to match. Prices to suit the times. Shaving ten cents, hair cutting twenty-five cents, at Paul Hamann's place, opposite tbe poetoffice. For your worsted or cloth suits go to HACKER & GREBE. What ia the use of gumming it when Dr Dix, at his office in Sawyer's block is in serting the BEST QUALITY of artificial teeth tXfiflem dollars per set, reports to the contra ry notwithstanding. Two toned ribbons, also striped ribbons at Parmer's, cor. 3rd. and Broadway. %, New Linen Collars and Cufl's at l'arnier's, cor. 3rd and Broadway. Dr. W. H. H. Brown, block, Yankton. ueutist, Union Crab apples at NefTs, Broadway. Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy To bacco. The finest stock of Woolens in the north west at HACKER & GREBE. New Sweet Potatoes at W. H. Carr's. YANKTON OPERA HOUSE DAVID C,vMPOGLL,. Proprietor. MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 25. 5 NEW STARS 5 First Appearance of the FollowingXew Artists IJERRY CAVANA, Kins of Dutch Comedians. Miss Emma dell Serio-Comic Vocalist. Miss Florence Edgerton! Song and Dance Artist. KITTY MATHEWS Soubrctte and Vocalist. MR. O. A. BOWERS.! Champion Bone Soloist and Clog Dancer. Continued Success of our stock company: BLANCH TRENHAM MISS DODY ZANFRETTA. FRED. RITCHIE. Mr. Hugh McNanny GEORGE ANNIBAL. Entire -Change of Novelties. STAGES Dakota Central STAGE LINE, BRINKERHOFF JORDAN. Pnpieters. ru«k graef?i0tmhl,"fle frora' Yankton to, port. Rosedale and Firesteel In flfteeo hours, leaving Yankton each morning at four o'clock. trip is made each day, leaving Flre clock a. m.and reaching Yankton •v 8o*CU p» m. HORSES CHANGED EVERY TEN MILES Passenger and Express Ooods Carried at Kea sonable Rates. Y«nkton oflSee on Third Htreet, at Brinkerhofl'to bavu, tost west of tb4 Merchant* hotel. GERMANIA HOUSE Douglas Ave., near Third St., A N O A O A WALLBAUM 4 BECKER, Props. ^hawlsiTiils A Jtypriil gitlfff. oiitli •yyAJra'KI».-gi|Ulre ot I. Piles Co." MONEY rPQIoati on approved security. A W. ftobert*. IMMQLVTION. THK partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned and Oliver Shannon Ksq., having been this day dissolved by mutual. eon sent, I shall hereafter be found In Yankton from SaMudAy morning to Mouday night, temporar ily tn Campbell and 8mtth'sloaq olBee, eprner Third andCeOar streets. Yankton this Dn.OKAS. Israel* 4th day o( August 1ST* PROP. ALEX. EELLNER, TEACHER IN~\'OCAI. MUSIC. I'ltAOJICAl. TTNEB AND BEPAIRBB Schools, snd respectfully solicits patron School rooms supplied with Blaeknoards, Haps, Globe and Organ. C. I. PALMER, ixarkana,.Tej I.ate Principal Academy. Texark»na, Texas. N. B,—First-class testimonials. Beferenees «.,af,T-sr as ,* r^niuuuiftllli B6(ff60 in Yankton and elsewhese unexceptionable. MUSICAL ART SOHOOI. Cor. Douglas Ave., an* 4th st. MltS. S. L. WHIJNEY Principal. Piano, Organ, Vocal and Harmony unom OIVRW. ti Zii Instrumental and Vocal, cacli, \ier viuartcr, $12. Harmony $20. A i|iiarter consists of ten weeks, two lessons each week. Pupils desirlug to take oue lesson each week can make arrangements to that effect Fall term to commence Sept. 22d. No deduction for absence except in cases of pro tracted illness. Those desiring to take lessons will please commence promptly with opening of term. Basement of the M. E. Churcl^. Common and higher branches of an Kngltsh education taught including astronomy, higher mathematics, &c. Also the Creek and Latin languages. Classes in French and German un der competent teachers. In connection with the above, a Musical Art School on Douglas av enue and Fourth stfeet, Mrs. I.. S. Whitney, principal. TERMS: Primary department. $ 3.09 per term. Intermediate department, 5.00 lo Higher department, 8.00 do French or German. S.00 do Instrumental music, 12.00 do Harmony, 20.00 do Full musical term to commence Sept. 23d. No deduction lor absence except In cases of pro tracted illness. Those desirous of taking music lessons will please commence promptly with the opening of the term. Iloard can be obtained on reasonable terms. For further particulars, ad dress M'MAN N. JUDlf, Principal, Next door to Kee's Auction rooms, Music Dealers YA.\KTO, DAKOTA. For sale on easy payments. Violin, Banjo and Guitar Strings Best in the market always on hand. Sheet Music of the Lates Publications. We also take second-hand Instruments. Ke pair. Tunc aud Move Instruments. Sole agent for Decker Bros., and A. Brymer & Co'sPianos, of New York also Lyon & Healy's Upright and Square, of Chicago. PROPOSALS FOR FRESH VEGETABLES. OFFICF. CHIEFC.8. DEPT.OF DAKOTA, ST. PAUL,HIMN., Aug. 26,1»79. be OEALKD PROPOSALS, in duplicate, will t? received at St. Paul, and at Yankton, until 18 clock noon on Wednesday the 10th day or September, 18*9, for furnishing to the Subsist ence Department U. 8. Armv. the following quantities, or any portion thereof, of tresh vege tables, delivered at Bismarck, D. T.. or at Yank- tol!i ii" between the 16th day of September and the ltth day olOctober. ISTS,aamay be quired itio.ooo pounds Potatoes. 90,000 pounds Onions. To he delivered In clean, sound gunny or burlap Blank proposals and printed circulars giving detailed Information as to tbe manner of bld- J?Py each of this advertisement and of the conditions, &c., mast be securely attached to each duplleate proifosal and be mentioned therein as comprising part of it. Proposals should be eneloeed In sealed envel opes, marked "Proposals for Fresh Vegetables." and addressed as follows: For deliveries at Yankton, to Capt. W. a. Klderkln, C. »., U. 8. A., and for deliveries at Bismarck to tbe undersigned. The United States reserves the right to reject any or all proposals. M. R. MORGAN. day. t^M^saihll«yr' tru'JM Major and C. a., U. 8. A PRORATE NOTICE. Territory of Dakota, County of Yankton, ss In Probate Court. In the matter of the appointment ef an admin Istrator 01 the estate of Charles II. Uace. deceased. TITHRREAS, the widow of Charles H. Gage, hi. a,tor"®T-'!*er BUSINESS AW-US St Apply to fl. MONKY TV) loan on'oiie to flvo years time. A O.J. B. llAHHIS, TO RENT. BOAKD1NO OF ORDERS MAY BB I.EFT AT Postofflce Box SIS. MISS C. I. PAIiBfER Witt fruit jars, for sale at O. open a select school on Monday. Sept. 1st, at the corner ot 6th and Pine streets. English, German and Krench, Plain and Orna mental Needlework, per month, tl.OO. Strict attention paid to. morals. The Principal has several years experience in teaehlng In Graded Public Sell age. Large Shannon has this dav nied her petition In this court. P!?7.l_nKof administration upoh the waanniuuniwui ueara a (Mcli of tko probate eourt. In and forsaldYi Judge at the f'rotaui'eou^nMd for ni.vrKH.«xW r« -4V DIRECTORY OURM, Wit ot (Male «, and Cigars. Broadway. 1 ,wi-' fftssti. vasaujsc »"«. IRAMSLI,MINER ft CO., WholeutottaT eers. Forwarding, Btorage, and Oeneni Bteamboat Agents. Xevee. BLATT house and saloon the depot. J. P. Hopposite AYWAHW. II IV1RDORV. Oenoral GKMN Wholesale and Retail. Broadway. BaMww1««*"• DROWN, GEO., Sample Booms. Best WIIMW •D and Mqnors, 3d street. "DOWEN Sc EINOBBVRY, Publishers J) Binders, Press and Dakotelan block. "JLARE, IAMEB, Groceries and Provision? O U. 8 ?^wmment height,e#mw* and Pewey ft lViwera' block, Third street. Udle, *y S?a8fteot,,,nery- «d Fan- c^,n* Farm C^ICKtAIOR MILL CO* MuiufMtun Pfttent ^piUl-StJlnea^Levee'. K'°Ur Meml' Feed- E^Tb^SK:Baulcera Agent,Third St. tr***''mwo' sfwe't.'4, M,d Ins,,fw,M L^IRST NATIONAL BANK, bovemment De Presldent!Ullationai omce-Ce* F^STiS a? 'a^00,,-C0ke'c«i.®e ot- (^ERMANIA HOUSE, Wallbaum ft Becker, Proprietors. Douglas-Avn. TT OEOROE &*, General Hardware CJ Third-St. between Walnut and Cedar. HAGE,Postofflce.Family near O. P. Grocer, near Thlrd-St., I1., Real Estate and Loan Everystyle, K^SJS1* at Press and Da- toruKlst. K"dCed^SiA" Pennington's Dry LAThfrt G00d8• cor Thlnl W MORMANN PILBS, I, CMh Gr0CCry House fc GRADY. Dealers In Hard- ware. Stoves and Tinware, Capital atreet. IW't-W PURDY, Druggists, Stationers and 1U Notions. Thlrd-St. Sc CO., Boots and Shoes, Hats. Cap andFuis Sawyer's block Third street. PEIR fc!LUEBKE, Hide and Leather Deal ers. Third-St. T)OTTER fc WOOD, Jewelers. Silverware, Clocks, 4c., 3d st. QUIRES OF LEGAL BLANKS. At the Press and Dakotaian ou ntlng Room. C3ANBORN, 1. R. Furniture Dealer and Man O ufacturer. Third-St., Dewitt's Block. STEFIIN. CEMPLE Yankton, Dakota. SHANNON & FOGERTY, SHANNON PETER. Livery. Bradly Barn, Walnut street, near Third GCHNAUBER, Ice delivered to any part of Me Painter. MUNROE, Bouse and Sign TVLER FC NISSEN, Manufacturers of Wag oii!Lai.d Buggies. Horse-shoeing aud all kinds orrepairing. Cedar.street, between Third and Fourth. fc Cox's block. SYLVESTER Coke, Ice. VAN ENGEL, Attorneys-at-Law, fc BARBER, Wood, Coal corr. CLARK fc CO., ed ware. Clocks, Ac. Jewelers. Plat- 117-ILCOX fc WILLIAMS, Dealers In grain VV Elevator foot ot Second-Ht. GROCERIES. Blatt & Buerdorf Wholesale and Retail PIAXW IM P: tM- STAPLE AND fMUQY :r,^ O E I E 3 BROADWAY, YANKTON. DAKOTA IN*. ICE! ICE! ICE! Ice Delivery! FRED SCHNAUBER, PBoraivroR. °t .• I'liV- Leaveortenate J.RaMsb'e Dnw Mow.or at F. Hehaaaber** office.