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DAILY
Friday Evening Oct,
Phil. K. "Faulk, Esq., lists licnr-rtf
irturi'il as Collecting Asrcut by Iho ]ro
jiriciovs of hie Press ami Dakotiiiaii,
ami is authorized.to receive and re
ceipt for subscriptions nml adverli
si'iisr.
nail)- IVi-ullicr llcport, Yankton.
"AVAH DEI'AUTMI:NT', SIGNAI. Skiivick U. S. A., I
Division uf
Telejjmnn
ft Mi:
10M*
and-Kcportii for)
tlyi Benefit of Commerce.
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Oct-.14.-
tf in. 30.070
p. ill... .Xl-l 10
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Cle*r.
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a.
m.-OMW
calm
II.-m !J0.0SS.
5
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DAILY LOCAL MEA5.
ISar. Tlier. I
Humidity.
W.lud.
30.fr.i0 I 4J..W I M.O nw
Maximum Ther......
Mean velocity
Weather.
Clear.
52
Minimum Xher.
Total am't rainfall In last
a
S4
hours
0.00
Total No,mile!* wind trav'd in lant
inclurs.
24
hours..205
per 5
ml
Ice.
Note.—llarometcrhour,
corrccted for temperature,
elevation and instrumental error.
JAMES A. HARWICH,
", .t\I'rhate,
Signal Scrvlce,U.
S. A.
I'robnbllltlcn for Twenty-four Hour*
Washington,
Probabilities
rr
Missouri
Oct.15—7i33 a.m.
foTthc.upper Mltaltfljijd ana icw""
valleys: Rising barometer north
weft winds cooler and clearing weather.
LOCAL LACONICS,
Thc'stcamcr Mead is cxpcctcd up to-day.
Thvbo & CiQlison will atop herding on
«tliQ 21si of Ociobcr.
The territorial and United States
juries are both in-session.
grand
Woolley's hay scalcs arc getting ready to
be moved to Third street.
A correspondent writes from Medary,
Brookings county, saying that on the morn
ing of the 10th mst. there was an inch of
snow on the ground.
Tommy Zeibach has received a lot of the
best cigars in the market. He. also has on
hand a supply of the celebrated Vanity Fair
smoking tobacco.
A complimentary party to Miss Nellie
Story will be given this evening at the St.
Charles by a number of the friends of that
lady. Miss S. intends goinis to Boston
soon,
The prominent topic in sporting circles
is the chellengc oftliC~I ugenleel Br B.
club to the-Yanktons, and there is consid
erable interest manifested to ascertain
whether our boys will accept. Of course
they wil 1.
•JP- PERSONAL.
K- Capt. C. E. Brooks returned from the
east last night.
Rev. J. J, Mclntire, superintendent of
public instruction for the territory, is in the
city to-day.
St. Charles.—A
MERCHANTS.—HC
Smithsonian.—D.
Sprei, Sterling 111
R.C Weightman, Sioux Falls Miss
Brenham, Chicago WHill, Sioux City
Stafford and wife, Yankton county.
Davison, Springfield
S E Bryant, Calvin Cole, Nelson Bishop,
Chicago N Reynolds, White Swan II
O Paulding, S A Miss Allen, New
York W II Owens, Vermillion PC
Waldron, Sioux City Alwood, Maine
Edward McManus, Ft. Randall.
Wilcox, Oakdalc
John Judas Jack Saleman R. G.Willis,
Mlffl^i, Wis. F. Phillipps, Linden, Wis.
W. U^ixon, llattie Nixon, Mich. O. R.
Brook TT\Jv Hill, Swan Lake Win. G.
Cole, Rosedale Jas. Hughes Will Felber,
St. Helena, Neb -.p. M. Vinton, Saybrook.
Odcll'Balled.
O. F, Odell was brought into town last
cvenint, and taken before Jtistice Rosstcus
cher, for shooting Abel Stafford. He
waived uu tiauilnatton.—Hu wau held
for the action of the grand jury in the sum
of $1,500 ball, which was procured and the
prisoner was released from custody,
Tlio St. Charles Hotel is the people's
favorite. It is a first-class house, and main
tains its reputation as 6uch, which is a
point gained for the St. Charles, dl
Library Association.
At a meeting of the Ladies Library As
sociation, held in the library rooms Oct
13tli, the following officers were elected for
..the ensuing year:
President—Mrs. E II. Thwing.
Vice President—Mrs. W. W. Brookings.
.Librarian, Treasurer, and Secretary—Mrs.
Bartlctt Tripp.
Voted to close/ tho_lilirary until Dec. 1st,
•sto make new 'arrangements and purchase
new books.- Also voted* to have an oyster
supiier very soon ior the benefit of the ll"
brar-,
of which due notice will be given.
Mns.
BARTI.ETT
Tiuvr, Sec'y.
Tbe Only Objection.
The Cedar County Advocate cogitates in
the following strain:
1
We acknowledge the receipt of a pam
Pblet written in Qeh'alf of southern Dako
ta and the Black Hills. It is.a neat little
book, and it^ aim is well directed by the
author. It is written by a man in Yank
ton, and the only objection we have torit is
that it was not printed there instead of Chi
cago. It certainly does not make the Look
of any more value to the immigrant to see
a Chicago imprint at the bottom of the
cover.
The Blvtr.
The Far West, Grant Marsh, master and
•Barney Earle, clerk reached Yankton at 3
p. m. She left here on the 34th ult. loaded
for Bismarck. and from that- point took a
load-of recruits to Carroll.
a The Durfee from Bismarck, R. Massie,
master and S. V..Clerenfter, clerk,is looked
for Iwurly, as is tbe C. W. Jleftd t'to,
I,',
ODD FELLOWSHIP.
Tlio (irand Lodge of Unkiitit ('mi
ItidCM ItK.ProcncidliiUM audsgs
Adjuiirun Slue llr. ipfj
Octouek 11, 1875, 3 O'CLOCK }•. i.
At the close of tlic seefqt session,1 the
M. AV. C!. M. Miller ordercil'tlmt this lodge
now.lake up the orden'of business.
—Htiilina nf Hup Coulv. representa
tives Jnines and Pooro were excused from
further attendance tipnii tins grniitl lodge.
The following D. D. G. Musters were, ap
pointed by the M. W. G. Master, viz:
l'or District No. 1—Appointment with
held.
-District No. 2—James F. Curtis.
District No. U—Zina Kichcy, 'v
District No. 4—Frank St. Clair,
District 3».o. 5—John Jennings. I:
On uiotiou of Hep. Curtis, it was ordered
thai this grand lodge adjourn until 9 o'clock
p. m., or until after the session of Dakota
Lodge No. 1, held lirtliis hull this evening.
Adjourned.
... y}. SECOND D.\
Cloudy.
8
Fair,
Quorum of lodges "being present, the \V,
G. Alaishal examined the representatives
and declared the lodge duly opened for the
transaction of business.
The It. W. G. top. aunouuped -that past
grand Bro. W. L.'ll. Owens desired admis
sion, and also the grand lodge degree.
Whereupon, by order of the M. W. G.
Master, Bro. O.vcns was introduced and
dcgrec^confcrred.
ltep. Briggs oIL-rcd a resolution of thanks
from this body to Dakota LodHe No. 1 and
Humboldt Lodge No. 0, for tluyr kindness
shown, which was adopted, and ordered
spread upon the journal.
•Hep. Schnauber offered a resolution adopt
tng a grand iodge seal.--: Curried 'r*~'
ltep. Blatt oflered a resolution of thanks
to our M. W. G. Master for the able, elli
cient and impartial.manner in which he
presided over the deliberations of the grand
lodge. Adopted.
On motion, the grand lodge of Dakota
adjourned sine die.
R. K. Bilious, G. Sec'y.
That Joke on tbe Clieyenue A^cney
Trader.
We findin-the^Omaha Hcrald-of Yester-
day morning the following bit of intelli
gence concerning an affair in which the
Cheyenne Agency boys will feci a lively
interest:
The Herald is in receipt of letters asking
on what date it published an account of
~MTrJr"C~Robb!s-marriagc—to—a—colored
woman, anS'to please send a copy^pf the
paper. The Herald never published any
such article., The Republican-did, and as
the affair has now assumed a public im
portance, we maiy state what we know
about it.
One evening in the third week In Au
gust two men came to the room of the city
editor of the Herald and proposed to have
what they called a practical joke played on
Mr. Robb. They wanted to insert an ac-,
count of his marriage to a negress written
up in a sensational style and proposed to
pay well to have it^lone. Tlieir offer was
declined. Next morning the Republican
contained such an article as they had pro
posed to have Inserted in the Ileruld.
We are Informed that it has been copied
into papers far an| near, that It has circu
lated among Mr. Itobb's friends east and
west and that he had been much mortified
and injured by it. Steps were taken.yes
terday to bring a libel suit against the'pro
prietors of the Republican.
We are not in favor of libel suits against
newspapers. As a general rule they meet
with little sympathy from us. We arc in.
favor of the freedom of the press. But
ftwdotn docs not mean license. The Her
ald does not attack private character in its
columns nor does it ever knowingly injure
anybody as to his or her private life. Mr.
J. C.'Robb was known to us but if he had
not been it would not have made the
slightest difference as to the fulsc'atid out
rageous use of his name above referred to:
The principle here indicated, is important
and while we wish our coutomporary. no
harm to its business interests Ave .believe
that it is for the public good that it should
be taught the difference between liberty
and license.
Mr. J. C. Robb is a trader at Cheyenne
River Indian agency. At the time wiien
this outrage was perpetrated uooti him, he
was quietly and modestly pursuing his own
-business and interfering with no one. If
Cross In lYIsconnlii.
The Janesville (Wis.) Gazette of the 0th
inst.i in its report of th^southern Wiscoii-'
sin fair, held at that place, says:
F. J. Cross, commissioner ^bf immigra
tion of the territory of Dakota, h*d on ex
hibition an exceedingly fine showing if the
grains and products of that territory. These
samples were not selected purposely lor,,
exhibition, but were taken just as they came'
from the warehouses of.Yankton nnd pther
places. The (jrain of all kinds, is larce,
plump, and speaks volumes for the produc
tiveness of the soil of Dakota. Mr, Cross
Destructive Prairie IMre.
A destructive prairie fire occurred on
Wednesday night in the vicinity of Scot
land. A large area of country was burned
over, and many thousands of bushels of
grain lost by the burning of stacks and, a
large quantitv of hay. Among the suffer
ers we have heard the names of Alfred
Brown and Adam Stafford, the former los
ing 30 acres and the latter 20 acres of grain.
Mr. Stafford also lost all his hay, and his
Btables, and almost lost his house. A se
vere penalty should be inflicted fpr setting
fire to the prairies, as a conflragatiou of this
sort occurring at a time when the wind is
blowing as it did on Wednesday night,"is
almost certain to result in the destruction
of valuable property.
The steamer Far West brought down
from Sully three condemned pieces of field
artillery and a number of battered caissons
and limbers, destined for the Rock Island
arsenal.
I
1
i'
livening Session, o'clock }i. in.
K. W. G. Lodge met pursuant to adjourn
ment.
NORTIIEBN NEBRASKA.
fl^l Pcdar
he had been a candidate for oflice in the ".Jagamsi.
i.,.d.
hearof-'an exciting contest that fact could
lias met and talked with about 2,00(fpeople]^'^i^s follows:
.durjug the fair. Twenty head (f good milk- cows, one
County Adyocatc, Oct. 13tli.-
The steamer May Lowry took on 2,000
b'uliliels of oats for Henry Felbc'r. The
ils were shipped to Fort I^ice.
l'e imps some idea' of the amount of wild
grapes gathered in tljls county thi's season
can be had from the fact it isjestimated that
over two hundred barrels 6f wine have
been manufactured by our citizens from this
native grape.-
Quite a number of teams passed-here yes
terday morning, loaded with flour fiWi the
liftw Valley M'ils, They were from the
Dakota side of the river. Custom work is
brought iq these mills from one hundred
miles distance. I
Now "that threshing is nearly through
with, the usually,fair trade of our town is
becoming still better'. Nearly every day
the'st'orea are well filled, and.i| the eve
ning people go home with, their Wiigoni
creaking under the weight of new. goods
purchased during tbe day.
The Dakota City land offlco has at last
been .Considered by, those having the .au
thority as an unnecessary convenience, and
has been cast away in one corner of the dis
trict where with other rubbish it can re
main until a general clean up. On the 1st
inst. t'hc land office was opened at Niobrara.
Two gentlemen from Sioux City, Iowa,
were in town last week making arrange
ments for purchasing wheat. We have not
learned with what success they departed,
but we do know that the buyers at this
place are now offering good prices for
grain, and unless these gentlemen can stand
the pressure of liberal figures,rthey had bet
ter go somewhere else.
The frame work of Burbricli's new dwell
ing looms up on ,the hill back of Felber's
store. Jt is to be one of the finest dwell
ings.in,toiv.n—The-only_objectionjY.c,hax.e
to so much building is, that it obstructs our
vision of the river bluffs and the Yankton
road. One ye#r ago we could, -from our
oflice, see the country for miles around—
now we have to console ourselves with"
looking at new buildings. But we don't
intend to make a fuss about such a little
thing as this.
DUtrlct Court Proeeedlns*.
Yesterday evening the territorial grand
jury were impanneled, charged and sworn,
and are now occupied with-the business
properly before them.
The motion to quash the indictment
agavpst John Dupee was sustained, on the
ground that it did not describe tbe locality
of the, inurder with sufficient particularity
The court ordered that the defendant should
remain in custody until hit case could be
submitted to the present grand jury.
This morning Dr. F. Wixson was dis
charged from the United States grand jury
for the reason that he had served upon a
United States jury within two years. His
discharge still left a jury of sixteen men,
bringing it within the provision of law con
stituting a grand jury full withn6t less than
sixteen men, nor more than twenty-three.
The jury having transacted no-business,
and the defendant John Dupee waiving any
challenges, they were sent to their room
with the injunction from the court that
they transact their business with reason
able expedition.,
This forenoon a judgment by default for
$120 was taked in the case of English it
Dixon vs. Nathaniel Presho.
The case of Michael McLean vs. Mart in
S. Granger, was stricken from the calen
dar, having been settled.
The case of Nellie J. Morrow, by guardi
an, vs. Dr. W. T. Thackeray, was dismissed
by plaintiff a counsel at cost of plaintiff.
The case of John Treadway vs. M. M.
Matbieson and Mary E." Mathleson and
Milton Tootle, et al. vs. M. M. Mathieson
and Mary E. Mathieson, were continued by
consent to abide event of other suits.
The following cases were stricken from
the calendar not being at issuer to-wit:
John II. Charles vs. M. M. Mathieson et
al. Charles W. Blunt vs. W. J. Kountz
David N. Allen vg, Wuuitol Turner et al.,
aud-John Head V3. P. C. Conway.
The United States grand jury this after
noon presented indictments against .T.^
!1IH'S
have furnished no excuse for the act of the I The defendants are in custody.
Republican.
°nd John Miller for grand larceny,
Notlce~Cbeek Lost.
Parties are hereby warned from paying
my check, No. 2340, amounting to $22.15,
on the First National Bank, dated Yank
ton,, Oct. 12, 1875, in favor of M. Ilousetalk
or bearer, 'as the same has been lost and
payment stopped.
D. T. BltAMHLK,
148-1 w* Pres't Excelsior Mill Co.
Circat Slock Auction Sale."
N
AI L. M. Kee's auction rooms, on 3rd
street,-Yapkton, D. T-., on Saturday, Octr,
si»n of good brood marcs, w¥ll maVed. one
two:horse corij plow, one spring wagon,
25 tons ofjiay and many other articles not
herein mentioned.! \.
Will be sold for cash to the highest bid
der without reserve. v.:,
OctOlw-
Is thai }ou_itil! ivy it.
L. if. Kee.
For Sal«~Coal Sloru
The proprietors of the Press and Dako
laian offer for sale a self-feeding, base heat
ing coal stove, in good order. It is a Nb.
23 Diamond, and has been used, only one
season. Will be sold cheap. daw-tf
INano for Rent.
j. A second-hand piano for rent or sale,
cheap. Inquire of
octlOdjJt,
Nathak.Foud.
Old
Papers
In any quantity for sale at this office.
The new and handsomely furnished res
taurant and sample-rooms tm.Third street,
three doors west of the postoffice, will be
opened on Saturday. octl3d4d
Mauafli
Stop Your.Cough!
The worn],.Trill resiiHs n::(| fuiiui-n.-e f»1,s ,«i
liftlc pi lao. Beaton,,
ought to convhx-c I!,- m.vi .,At i«lienl. '»!}ll wiT
arc going in citutjitun'iiic. fame liiieVui .Vili&i- ili.-it
we li.avii ihad,, hcrcli fvre, Vi/.: Any jht!-kjh «!iffer
lng wllh a cold, i:uii]h. or mt,' lltroal. ivh.i Wilt
call ai Mills A I'ur.ly'^.. or Vu^oitii-r Dni Stare,
and jiiircliaei1, a liottlo ol«l!iilo Cor
dial, use one hair of it. anil 1) t.hrv lliiMi con
clude that it in (lui:!^ tliom nd good, ihey.can re
turn ihe halnn'ce and rt^i-IVi! buck [heir nuhity.
would iiol lest lhiw meiUi-lni- on m'cli liln-rill
nsV Xo«
Wll
tennsi' Xo Inedii lne e.vev soio in uii]
lliai jiroiliici-dsuch wond'hful ri^ufis. All'ivensJc
d.iw-tiin
1! In ihis viclnl'y
All accounts-due said linn will-. Tie settled at
once by ilie new tlrni of Sw.irtz anil spaids, anil
all accounts against flicm. arft- asiuuiid liy Hie
new firm.
•All person? indebted to '.SwitrlK .V Trcadivny
will please settle the iiccounts T-fore November
1st, and avoid the liecestiy of piaciusx their ae
counts in the-haiuld of an atiorm.v. iir.d thereliy
making cvsti^ \V .P.'SWAKTZ.
d3w .I01IN I lilCADWAY.
liliniotjmuiiji).
INDIAN'
VIEWS,
Kmbracin'4 fons tctfn baiuld »f tho Sioux Nation,
besldoB variouH otlu-r tribes.,. T1k* tiweit collec
tion of
Wild Wcstcni .J[iews
•:wvVv 1" !iif Wt-rl.i.
G-A.R-ID WORK
Kqunljtoany in »hc
I-.- MOUliOW* *Plii'.Ui^rapliT.
Corner fttl aiul Wjilnut fe'trootYankton. 1
^grifultural .implements, &c.
GARDNER BROTHERS,
Wholesale uul liotail "Dealers im
FARM MACHINERY,
FUi:, Cars, 0:'.:, Tz«i, i:
Third Street, opp. the Post. Qflicc,
nW YANKTON.'
fry
©HO (1.5 out) (farpcti
L." D'. FAkM-E'E,-":
Wholesale,
am.)
Hkta.'i,
THE CHEAPEST
AND THE BEST- llMf
B\ K. FA 8-5*.
A a a a
ofrti
Cedar Hired, bdiccrn Tkirdyt.ud Fourth
Itr YANKTON. DAKtil'A.
^ttovncijG iimi AIJCIUJ.
AltA UAliTLl^TT,
Attorney :il JjfiAv,
Rooms 6 and 7 Pennington's Block,
n'.ta-tr YANKTO.N. DAKOTA.
feather unti
PEIU & LUKCKIO.
Dcalerr 111-
Fur^Leata
AND
FINDINGS,
SISS STEEZT,
Ynuktort Ci(
LIVERY
Tlllltl) STKKKT, lieniiSI. I'liiules/IIoU I'.'
Win
POAVEUS Co..
.t'Oprleloi.-
This establishment bu^ iieeu reeoiilIv iclittcd
and rc[dinished with fresl boi-ses and
I
Fsw tlarriages!!
First, idass Mmnouts. wilb or v»*jtduveis.
fualiislictl on eali ai reaMUiaose ju i'-es.'1
^¥m,M.P0VVEE3 & Co.
©comics ituti ^1ia ,5ions.
M. T. WOOLLEY,
Wholefale and lict
ul I),
Dnj (Oorsilo anb O'lolliim]
A
rill- lar inrli
.or fo r»-j Miry
DR
Ocrni'Ki! si l.s7,-.
The Arm known a^Swarl^.fc Treatlwav, or Chi"
lia Hall is iliis day dissolved ,bv iuirMiiii"(K,nseni.
Mr. U.-C. Spaids. hiving-' pilii-'hn^'fd the um-rest
of John Treadivay. m'Ihi will retire.
Olotliina
Ladies and G-enu
rmsmnj
t'AIJ
I)r:.u.i:it in
Dry Goods. Car pets, &c.
and -Caiis Trunks ami Valises-
v. ,•
CJoortrtitr-nnslitjn-j of tlio cholccst
Fronch aad v.
..CIiOTHING
5
A
1
1V'
S.Eiseman&Co.
-S".
(ilaccc£.-nr toll. Kal
c- a
'&
CLOT
en
Co.)
Wholesale, and' 1,'eiail IK-aier In li- nily
F» rii
.Go.o.lI1?!j
TRUKKS & _VALISES
HATS AKiV.CA.PS,
Third war Slroatluay,
^uclioii aab 'Commission,-
L.
7A57ZTC1T, S.
AUCTIO
ISTEER
co3im ssio.k
THIRD STREET,
Hw
ater
rec-eivcci
111
GKOCERIES
Capital Strcsi,
n33-tf YANKTON
'i 1
nary
YAKKTON. DAKOTA
COB'S-TO iltCN'f.
W'lMiav100
tiHl
L'-iwh
d»nment.
lion
25, luwn.-lilp ut.
•lylcs ol
A iJ
CASSJIERES
Tm O -.
Yestiis
im iii tlie latest styles,
mfa
¥0 UT CinLDlvEN'S
vu:
a5C-l9
From
ter
•lEBOHANT^
YANKTON D. T,
(GuttS nut) d-Unmuniliou.
GEOR.G-E y/AG-NER
ri'oiriuKTon OF TIIK
Yankton GUiiKinitlji Shop,
a r.v jitH complete Ktock'of
Slot Guns, Riles/Revolvers Game 'Bags,
Xnd
al)
kind oi
for
Ainmnnltion.
Pockct tfitd Tnbir'Outlcry*
Tucltlc, Arc.
A:4cnt
Mio I..U'LINT ICAND TOWDKU
Sloro :indNK»'p!ur SJiop on
sifctant Postmaster
Co.
Broiuluay, riciU: TSiinl, Street,
1 tf YANKTONv|l. T.
^ViUiUfn'j.
MRS. E. jr. MORROW,
Milliner and I|ressi,naker,
ivl.l.-li V..- \'. !!l w-nriti f.r.i: 7.
iji'^on.^ood ^ebnriiv. AtMle-4:*,- JV."
.' Ki:f.l Tr0ll.CoMiKv ('•-,
*J*. .. YiH.Iituii, 1)„T.
Svd May 'J'l, ts.r-J.- iijjini :the jiiirllioat-l' nw
Sl.tUliMl Sliut -lj'.fi HO- ^4" Sl'Clioil v! '1
tow n.-lii|.,!i,, rtuti'o-'fiJ,—nf Tnriioi- ii,miuv. Da
cliiitji, w"iIli a View til -1-1,11 c-ujt'i.-llaiiim or ^aiil
jriiti-y:. tin! f»aid j»rioi" are Hmntiiniii'd
I tii-a|i|c-i tit ihif o.'lici! on Iti
.\oIit-c.
U. S. LAXDOKfl'.-K —,
Vsmkton, l.», 'I'., .Srpt
luivin«r hei'ii esuerod
I-.
ni^ her 11 oiliertimhI
ii
3
sen rc l:. if
S. l.\Ni! (li'-KI I I
YrilYlitnll.' I. 'I'.. iwi j. -.
(,'u)|l»iiit. haviii-r -ftff.'ii -rtiMrH-d al (hlV'«,«l.-o
l»y Jaruli .lacoby Jultii- -J: t:i, liml-,
-I'tr .•ili.indmiln'.' hi- llii!»C'-|t-n,l K»irvi
Icu'.livday'i.r
l'.'iUi (let
HT.V al 11[ii't-l.ii-iv n. ui„ tir.ri'^iiijiil and Innil.li
'•'MjJQV ciiiii'i'i'iiin f'niil i!1-•- iiVi Vih!nn11it-in~
*doiAw:lir
Ul NI.V K.jjisiri-:
I.DTI' ,s. 11A Yl.iN.^. Uriii I
.. .NO'l-JCEv. ..
I.', L\NJ) ol»KK:H. i
'kfi,ii. 1).'^'. Oiil'. 1,. ....
uiji|ittiiiii Irtv.u.^ iie.-n i'i-.:.i-6l at t)i{e oiiHe liv.
I'ii 1 i11 S. !,..h1iii a^i.lnii'WK-siiiriiii l,,r
al 'itilur ii r.is lh.nu srf*:i.l, Knirv, No. 1'.'
dati'i. i. l?",'v:. iiffon. I?i ami
i-"'.'V ^i t'livn-lii',) I'aiigo^ifi in Tlirni'i
Conntyr U. 'J'.. with a-vicw to ilu- canoi'llation
ts lldentry: ,lnj haid partu-ri an: liorL-ITV Miniiiiiiiieil
to apji.-arat this o»i!i-.e oiriin: r, day „i \ov
at. l(i IS'clot-k a* in., mspund ami funil-h
If
tv tf11 inoiiy ci)tiftrnim .i
()',
nS7:l\v,J....^ tO'
,: #:iid alleiri'.i! aliandoniiiont
i. WI11TNI Y. ui.-ter,
".01T-S..UAyi.JSSS. lfi.'Ci'ivi*r.:
sit
Meyer a.L'ain^t
this oflicJ
.ItMii.Itt
by
Cindtlio.fvir tilmmloti-
Kntr.v No.
sjM. tlalt-U Marcli
•Jl, ujjo:i lljclotK t5 iiiiil juhI svetion
7, tow»l
.p '.'S, rsuure 57, in 1 l.ntcJiin^oji
Dakojrt 'loniiorv,wnli si
uf haul
inoned 10
appear
tc
.\
county,
vi., to
oritry: the
heo.nuediaijuu
.-aiil pirtic.-- arc. herobv sum-
t»nico
"irnlrih
on the
)her, iit'KKu'elock
testimony
2Mih *(!av
of
a.
in., respond and
coiHu-nilnz
nid
nlli^od
r. y. LAND OKFllJK,
auklun, D. j"
Coirtphiiut
a in been
^Samuel M.
7',) li'.l/. 11.11. IlAimVKJJ.:—
'Silt:—Yon
nrc'hi-rebr
notItlvd
orahln
ill a
letter
Sivy
ahnn-
d. WlliTNKY. l^fi«*:er
(ll^ttW LUTXiS. UAVLK^s, Ueeciver
eii'lmd al ofli
Duce- at*ftin! John
abrtiuJoninK his
M. IjrUhitio, ft.V
pre-emption
April
1SV4,
lliin^ No.Sla dated
upon
the eV2
r\vi, ind e«
ran-e.'w
UakMtn Ierrnory,
^a^d
entry: the
n2v4\y
Vaiiktou coui.tv,
with
or
vivwi,. ihc eaneellatioj!
iraid
pnrtie* arc
moned to appear
hereby
at
nnni'
Hit* oftou
on the
toih "day or
In
o-chick
m., repVml
risnrfMiUi^ vairl
Nttvctnberi IbTn nt
nnfl fnrnNh
uliandounient.
».\VHITNKV,
1-OTI S JJAVLLh^i, Receiver.
NOTICE.
f. S. LAND OKfll!!-:, I
Yankton,
1). T.v-^pt -j- 1.S75.
that
Connnlr^ioiiKror .' ticncral
datetl
notice in which to appeal from said
2ii-:lw
llon-
Land
oillre
t-ept. L'dtill1.S75, hns ailjiidned
Homestead Entry No.
votir
5(1.
upon
section
1.
\vlots ,v {iwU
fectioiKl. township to. r:n, 6 t* and 11'f
township
lot
'j,
!ir,,
ran-_-e
on are allowed sixty
fll, loifeiled.
duvs
lrom thu service of
iterMon
O. WlllTXKY.
l(eL'l-ler
I.OTT.
S.
r.A -S. IU-cener
XOTICE.
V. S. LAN1) OFKICK,
anktom, I). T., -Oot. 7, 1875. W
To MITCHELL II. WILCOXI'.X.
Sin:—Yon are heceljy notitled itial the hono'-t
l)le coimnUsioncr ol the aotieral land olliee. inn
letter dated September ad', lsir,, It.is ndjiidvil
yonr homestead entrv No. 7.",. npon southeast i.
sectlnil -22. lownshl]) ii'.i, ranue KJ, lorfelteil Yon
are lTrnvemnxty-days mmi ilie s,• riYumrc—"•
tu wlri'cli to appeal from said decision
O. VVHITNK'Y. Ue^Uter,
n2S-lw* .- I/J1TS. B.n I,1.^ Hi eiiLi-.
JIOUTtJAfiE SALi:\"
"VOTIl'H Is herelij' jtiven, that hr virlnXor t»
sjiecl'al execution in me d.rected and deliver
ed, and now in my hands, issued ontor theclerk
olllce of the Second .Judicial District Cmfri TerrK
torv or Dakota, in and for lie count of Yank Ion,\ fe
upon a decree or foivclo.snhe ol mor 2a'_-e render
ed in said court 011 the Isth day or .Ititie, 1 in
liivor of Henry Ynni)f ._aud"against Jerry 1)
Mick. I have levied itpontliemor!£a! ed pr, inlses
named nnd described In said decree or InrL-elo-niv
as f.uiowSi to-«lt -TwoiiU'-Sve feet oil- thc'-ivr-"!
end or lots ten and eleven, In block eleven. In the
cltv ofYankion, ns platted liv J. II. S. Todd, -.jili
fted in lhe cininiy of Yankton. D.T.. with III- itti
liiirieuances as thereto belojiirin^. and that I shall,
on iVt-tlnesday, th«-lt.Hii_^la-v...ol_XuYeuib"r A. 1)
1s7."j. nt the hour of-J o'clock ]i. r,)„ oFsaiil day. ai
t'-:e fr^ill door of the'coitrt hdiuwe.Tii said conniv
.•Hid lertltory.-proceed ,10 sell all llie tljbt. title
atnl interest uf the above named Jerry I). Kltck.-in
and H) tlie above, de-crib :d property, to suti-fv
said judgment and docree of foreclosure, amount
ing to seven hundred anil ei :h!v one dollars and
sS rent-, together with all uccruein'.' co-is ol
snl,.
and interest on the sinin from lUelSthdayot
•Icue. A.'l). IS75, at Hie raie of 7 per cent, per an
nuin. at public miction, to the highest bidder for
-ca-ll.
1.
A. I».\ 1«.
ii
ol' Van!
tt»n
I Vauhton, 1). T., Uc:obur(),-lsT3.
bo
O.llce
of bis
Depnrtmrnt
I v\
UNITED STATES MAIL.
DAKOTA.
-s I'OST OVFU-&
Washington, Sept. J, 1H75.
THOI'uS \Ls will
f'
until.)
UCIDIjlt 20. 1?T5. (to be
carrying
the
o'clock
mails of
p.m. of
dveidt'd by Nov.
lop
tin l'nit« Slalt
frnn
1, I87(», loJnnoii ), !.s7ric-on
route in
ihu
Territory
HChodnh*
of
Jan-
toll'owin*
or l)a!i itatinand bv
(lopnriiu-e^
the
r.nd
Hod,
anlvairi lu-ioin stn-ri-
SionxKalU, by Now Hop (11. «i.v anil
bkttnk Lake,
to Herman.
uiite a uCi.L.
Leave
Sbmjc
Jl an^
b.ick,
Falls Friday at
Arrive at
7
a.
m.
llcrmati
by
.For
also
(i
p.m.
Leave Herman
Saturday
a 7 a
Arrive at
m.
slonx Fa IN hV p.m.
Uond required
wifh
bid.
forms of proposal, bond ami cert iltcal-'. and
for Instruction*
iW
to the
embraced in the contract,
of thle
dat'O
Coudi'iTuix
to
In pamphlet form,
be
&e., Kee
advertisement
.inviting
for mall service in Uakoia, to
minal post oMcct of each
on application to the Second
(General.
lJids
should be sent in
scribed
proposal*
bo
found
at
the
LienorM.
Ter­
route,
and to
be
hud
Assistant I'o^tma^-
herded
"Mail
envelopes, super­
proposals. Territory of l)akoti,
-1." and
addressed to
tlie
.Second Ah-
iif MARSHALL JKWKLL,
iiL'.". Ow ro-'nnuster (General.
i'iucnt.
THE DAKOTA CENTRAL
-Stage, Livery, Feed &S»leStaljl"es
A rr^R
Office on Walniit Street,
One'Duor norlli of l'Iiird-tSt.""
dlni-wtf C. T. CAMPBELL & CO.
SMITHS01IIA1T HOTEL,
S£V0X/) .V Tit EE T.
TA1TZT0J1', DAZOtA.
H. H. SMITH, Proprietor.
Convenient to the Depot,
.Steamboat
and
buelnoBH I"11'1 °r
1
Uiaisonahle..
lenvlni:
Sl I'li.tn'.- I'mrn STOTir,:
Oi'ro^IT 'jfnx
TBS I It I) STUKKT,
YANKTON,
U12I-1I v"
DAKOTA.
Laudlni:
illy, l-'irst-chies a.
niodatlons given. Slrlcily
coin-
Teinperate. Terms
Good
Kiabliiig attuclied.
All
\V7ircr,II
HlaL'es
at
lliis
liouse
fdV pas.
eengerii.Yankton ftr
BRADLEY HOTEL
'i •. W.alnut Street,
—Yanl^ou, Ij'ii Uota. 1
Board, ivlth room, per \»cek ..... ... ,J.
Iuy Hoard, per «•'el:
Single meals!.... 5
I
.$ oo
3 .Ml
a
IIKXliS' llliAUI.EV, l'riiprictur.^

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