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and jpakoiaiim $tm YANKTON DAXOTA. Saturday Evening, May IB, 1880. THE DAILY PRESS & DAKOTAIAN in published EVGltY EVENING, EXCEPTING SUNDAYS TEBH8 Or SUBSCRIPTION: Bv c«rrieri—Per month, tU per year, $12. By mail—Per month, 83 cento per year, $10. MrOfficc on Third street, Press and Uakotaian BHM*K. 1IOWKX KINGSWJKY, Proprietors. SUNDAY SERVICES. Baptist church, Bev. E. J. Browiiaon, pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. anil 8 p. m. Sunday school, 12 m. At the Universalist chapel at 11 A. M. and 8 p. M. On Sunday evening the third lecture on the philosophy of Uni versalism. Subject: "The Univcrsalism of Nature and Law." Sabbath school at noon. Christ Church—Rev. John Trimble rector. Divine service with sermon every Sunday morning at eleven o'clock and evening at 7:30 o'clock. Also divine ser vice with lectures every Wednesday at 7:80 o'clock. LOCAL OBSERVATIONS. UMTKD STATESSIGNAL OFFICK. (. Yankton. D. T., May 14.1S80. I River three feet above low water mark. Maximum temperature up to 2 p.m. 88 degrees minimum temperature in past twenty-four hours, 60 degrees. Maxi mum velocity of wind twenty-eight miles southeast. Local rain storms may be ex pected this evening. LOCAL LACOXll'S. which was Another shower to-day, small but wet. At Fort Hale everything is ready for the contemplated move to Texas. Sheriff Baker telegraphs that he has got Maxwell, and would start for Tank ton with him to-day. A great many farmers have been in town to-day and they all report that the crops are looking finely. A little less lawlessness among the un couth element in the Turner hall audi ences would be an improvement. James Beck is supposed to have been trespassing on the premises of E. L. Wright, and a warrant is out for his arrest. A sky light is being placed in the roof of Novotny's block and under it W. R. Ketchum will locate his photograph gallery. The ladies of the Universalist parish are arranging for a strawberry and ice cream supper to be given in the course of a week or ten days. Dr. Wilson's funeral will take place to-morrow at 2 o'clock p. M., from the family residence. The services will be conducted by Rev. Mr. Trimble. The companies of the first infantry which have been stationed at Fort Meade are on the way to Fort Randall, preparatory to the move on Texas. Marshal Reinhardt this afternoon was on the track of the man who broke into the parlor cigar store, and the last we saw of him he said the trail was getting very warm. The southwestern Dakota delegates to the territorial convention will leave for Fargo Monday. There will be a good representation from this portion of the territory. The case of French against Lancaster is still before the'aupreme court, Colonel Steele having the floor this afternoon. The case of Pearson against Whitney was submitted on printed briefs to-day. A cyclone descended upon Rosebud landing last Wednesday and completely demolished the warehouses there, scatter ing their contents in all directions. These warehouses were used to store supplies in for the Spotted Tail and Red Cloud Indians. The steamer Black Hills was approaching the landing when the cy clone struck and for a few moments she was roughly handled, but escaped with out injury. Two men, with a team of horses and a wagon,enroute for the Black Hills,were in camp this morning near the Rhine in the eastern part of the city. By some means the contents of their wagon, whicli con tained their entire outfit of clothing, pro visions and firearms, took fire. The hors es, which were tied to the wagon, were cut loose, the burning box thrown off, and the running gear of the wagon saved. The box and all its contents were entirely destroyed. We have received from the author a copy of Rev. Dr. Stephen R. Rigg3' new book entitled, "Mary and I Forty Years with the Sioux." It is a work which we shall take great pleasure in reading and in commenting upon at some future time. The writer is known all over Da kota as one of the most zealous and hard working missionaries in the service of the Lord. All the active days of his life have been spent among the Sioux. The book is for sale at the postoffice book store. At the Yankton postoffice during the month of April over 26,000 stamps and stamped envelopes were sold, and nearly 11,000 postal cards. In the money order department for the same time, transac tions amounted to $13,082, which is an increase over April of a year ago of eighteen per cent. The entire business of the postoffice for April shows an in crease over the preceding month and a large increase over the business of any previous month since it was established. The stage line which was to begin operations on the Pierre route has failed to connect. The .talk at Pierre is that the enterprise has been bought off by a rival route. A lady visitor propounded the follow ing: "The mother of the founder of Pennsylvania had a sister who kept a bakery and sold pastry. Now why was the price list of that establishment like the name of the latest opera We ga* ed profoundly out of the open window over upon the green hills uuJ wished we was theie. We thought of all tlio exis ting pleasant retreats from life's trials and then deliberately faced the conun drum and said we'd give it up. The lady took a seat in our arm chair, opened her fan and spoke: "Because it is the pie rates of Penn's aunts" (Pirates of Penz ance). The devil was immediately sent out after a chunk of ice with a straw in it. Thomas Hale, who signed the name of Marshal Reinhardt to a letter, was let out of jail to-day upon the condition that he leave the country, and in com pliance therewith he skipped. A few days ago Halo wrote a letter to Bessie Kingman, charging her with selling liquor at her levee establishment with out a license, and offering to pass over the offense if she would give him fifty dollars. To this letter he signed the name of Wm. Reinhardt, city marshal. The marshal hearing of the transaction, hunted up the forger and put him in jail. The first intention was to hold liim over for trial, but it was finally con cluded that it would cause unnecessary expense, and Hale was released on con dition that he go away and not return. REMOVAL NOTICE. W. R. Ketchum will remove into his new and elegant photo, roooms over Xo otney's harness store, one door west of the Episcopal church on 3d street, about the 20th of this month. Give me a call at my new quarters, the finest in the city. W. R. KETCHUM, Photographer. O. II. Quiubv went to Niobrara this morning. Colonel Akin arrived to-niglit from Sioux City. R. L. Foster, of Rosebud Landing, is at the Jeucks. Henry Bradly returned from Brule City on the Black Hills. Frank Alexander, of Bon Homme, is registered at the Merchants. N. D. Allen, a lumber dealer at La Crosse, is in Yankton on business. E. C. Palmer, of Sioux City, came down from Pierre on the Black Hills. Judge Kidder went down to Yei million this morning and will return Monday. W. V. Whitten, of Yankton agency, ar rived last night from the east and left this morning for the agency. Dr. Whitfield and Dr. Doty did not leave on the Fontenelle for the Black Hills, but will stay until the next boat leaves. Mrs. Colonel Lugenbeel arrived to-day on the steamer Black Hills from Fort Hale, and will remain here with her daughter, Mi's. Gmber, until the first infantry starts for Texas. Strawberries and cream at Jenkinson's to-night, Third street. Mc's RESTAURANT, Commencing this evening, will keep va nilla and chocolate ice cream, sherbet and ices, at the popular prices. NOTICE. Mr. J. H. Brooks will lecture before the Yankton Liberal League, at their hall on Third street, three doors east of Ketclium's store on Sunday evening, the 16th inst., on infidelity, what it has done in the past, what it is doing to-day, and its hope for the future. The public cor dially invited. D. P. WILCOX, Sec. GUT HEIL. Extra meeting of the Yankton Turn vereins Sunday evening at 8 P. M. All the members are requested to be in attendance. CHB. HAMEISTEB, Secr'y. GIRL WANTED. A girl competent to do general house work. Wages, three dollars a week. Ap ply at once to the office of DR. JAMES BUCHANAN, Over Eiseman's Store. Notice. I have this day received a complete assorted lot of goods for summer suits which I will make up at reasonable prices in the most fashionable manner. M. GIUDY, Third street, west of Jeucks Hotel, Yankton, D. T. Go to II. B. Smith's Parlor Barber Shop on Capital street to get a good shave. Haircut and shave, '2o cents sin gle hair cut, 20 cents shampooniug, 15 cents. Clipping hair a specialty. Come one, come all. Shop hours from a. m. until 10 p.m., and workmen always on hand. BOOTS AND SHOES. Having opened a boot and shoe repair shop one door north of the reform men's club room, I am ready to do all work in my line neatly and promptly. O. H. LOOHIS, Yankton. Follow the crowd and it will take you to H. W. Pike's new and elegant ice cream parlors to be opened Saturday evening. My new soda fountain is in full blast. Crystal ice cream well packed in ice delivered to any part of the city. M. H. JENKINSOK. WANTED. A girl competent to do general house work. Apply at residence on Walnut street between 3d and 4th. AMUSEMENTS. Th« Tiioliry Oraiimtlt' Combination Lwt .MjIlil-t'imlitlK KuUirtjiln input. TUB TWO OKPHANS was rendered last night at Turner hall, to a largo audience, by the Tooliey oom pauy. The play is one of those pathetic dramas, drawn from Parisian life, full of touching sceens which bring out the emo tional phases of nature. It is the story of two friendless orphans who fall into the suares of the designing and are. finally rescued after terrible experiences. Miss Loie Fuller as tlio blind girl carried her part so well that she is deserving of all the praises that has been given her. The company throughout is an excellent one and the characters wire all happily sustained. Toohey combination has open ed the amusement season in Yankton with flattering sucoess and is deserving of profitable support. To-night will be given tlie always pop ular drama of Fanchon,ihe Cricket, with Miss Loie Fuller as Fanehon and J. W. Toohey as Didier. THE KEN OA I.I, COMIUNATION. Beginning with Thursday evening the Kendall combination, an English comic opera company, will give a series of four ntertaininonts, including a Saturday afternoon matinee at which will be pre sented lor the first time in Yankton the. comic opera of H.M.S. Pinafore. Among the other plays announced is Joshua Whiti'omh, which has had immense run in the east. The Chimes of Normandy and Faust and Margureite are. also on their list. Regarding this company the Atchiuson Champion says: ljttst nijilit i*onchitU*il the engagement of the most taU'nted dramatic rnnUKtuv we have ever seen in Au'hinson. Mr. Kendall is thoroughly a tirst-class artist, and stain).* at the very head of his profession and he lias eolleetetlftroutui him a company of ladies and grcntlcmen that it is a Iivery Commodore Coulson has gone to St. Louis and will be absent a couple of weeks. Captain W. E. Dougherty left yester !ay afternoon for Crow creek, by private conveyance. Mrs. Dougherty will follow on the next boat. Captain Dougherty says he has got all he wants of the Liv ingston eases and seriously contemplates being brought down here dead if he has to come again on that business. feature to meet, cither on or off the stape. one fs not only an artist of ability, but as ladies and gentlemen they are unexceptiona ble, and have many hundred warm friends here who will always be pliul to welcome back each and every one of them. We cheerfully and heartily recommend lr. Kendall to our friends in our cities, and wish him much success for he richly deserves it. Kvcry play he presents is put upon the stage in careful manner, and nothing allowed that would offend the feelings or prejudices of any one. They leave for Leav enworth this afternoon. and we can assure our neighbors that they need not be alraid of pat ronizing them, for we only add our testimony to the general verdict wherever they have appear ed and that is that the Kendall Comedy Com li. ny is the best dramatic organization in the west. F.NDF.L.SSOHN. For Wednesday evening, the 19th inst., the Mendelssohn Quintette Club have engaged Turner hall, and seats are already selling rapidly. They will have a full house. The originator of the Mrs. P. ,fc Q. confab seems to be disgusted with it. Morrow certainly is, and our citizens no doubt are too. A casual glance at the two show cases will quickly show where to get good pictures. Till: 11IV Kit. The steamer Butte should arrive in a few days from Benton. The steamer Black Hills will leave for Pierre Monday evening. The C. K. Peck is overdue from below. The Niobrara is looked for from above to-night. She will load here for Pierre. Captain King is trying to induce the signal department to cause daily reports of the rise and full of the Missouri at up .river points to be sent to the Yankton signal station for the benetit of steam boat men. This will prove a valuable arrangement if it is carried out. It is now hardly possible to tell how much of a load a boat can carry. The steamer Black Hills, T. B. Bur leigh master and Ed. F. Iligbee clerk, arrived at two o'clock this afternoon from Pierre, bringing some forty passengers and a small cargo of hides. She left Pierre Tuesday and has had the most unfavorable weather ever encountered by a Missouri steamer. Every day out strong winds impeded her progress and there was no day during the round trip that she did not have to lay up on ac count of the wind. Off Bosebud landing the Black Hills was caught in the edge of a cyclone and would have been dam aged had she not run with the wind. The Black Hills met the Niobrara just below Pierre and Fontenelle at llunning Water. Highest cash price paid for rags and metals at J. C. Mormon's Capital Store. Ice cream by the pint, quart or gallon at Pike's, Third street. dentist, Union Dr. W\ H. H. Brown, Block, Yankton. Parties owning uncultivated land in the vicinity of Yankton and who desire to sell the same to actual settlers, are re quested to leave a description of their property with J. PAliKEIt HAYWARD, Secretary Chamber of Commerce, Yankton. A large stoek of Cashmeres, in all the latest colors, just received and for sale at bottom prices, at JACOB MAX'S. Read the Childish Prattle of the Great Artistic Photographer and then go to W. 11. Ketchum for the best Photos at the lowest prices. Schoregge is serving delicious ice cream at his Third street parlors. iiiS Choice Applets and Sweet Choice Oni 1'utatoirH at WALTER H. CAKIl'S. For sale at the cooper shop on Walnut street, white Oak lard barrels and butter firkins, and white ash butter tubs. LIST OF LETTERS. Remaining in the 1'oHtufliii* at YnnktoD, D. T., May 10, 1K80. Bolton, P. C. Brown. Miw Delia Branck, AwpuHtuif Itackwald Charles 2 BuUett. G. W. Calkins. Cornelias Coster, Geo. Chcxrecot, Henry W. Cooley, Daniel W. Contry, Conrad Catly, D. M. DOCKS. Gas Flint, Chan. 8. Gable, B.J. Gordon, Mim Betny Harrans, John Herman. Rose Hilger, Anson Hughs, James HowardjEUen Jensen, Churl Jonaaon, Jonas Kirk, Preston Third Street. It. L. TYLEB. Larson, Andrew Ijcnnon. Prudence MaipmsKon Emanuel Mupon. Samuel Mier. Joban Meraney. Mike MoNcil, Lebarencc N. Norton, J. Pestonan, Marpea Presho Charles ltenhord, Daniel HiterJoe Bailer, Ben Salisbury, E. C. Banders. A. W. Schaeffcr, Frank Hchaffer, Mm. Mary Smith, A. C. Smith, Chan. 2 Kleg. Jacob C. rs, Bnon Wibenhart George AT TURNER HALL, YANKTON. Three Nights and one Matinee —TOMMKNCISiO- Thursday, May 20. Triumphant Tour of the Favorite Artists Mr. aiul Mrs. II. A. KENDALL Supported by the Strongest, Lnrpewt, Most Com plete ana unexceptionable urmuatie Or paniKation in the United 8Uvten, and a Full and Complete Orchestra and Silver Cornet Band. I THURSDAY GVKNINU. MAY 20. First time in this city of Mr. H. A. KENDALL in hi* trrent SiHwinlty, Joshua Whitcomb JOSHUA WHITCOMB, an old Jackson Demo crat. called "Uncle Josh," for short, H. A. KENDALL. Zither Solo, Prof. Alex. Fischer The Drama will le preceded by the very laugh able Petite Comedy, A O O E A Onfrt. Reserved Seat*, without extra charge, at the 1*. O. Book Store. H. M. S. PINAFORE MATINEE, Saturday, at 2 P. M. ADMISSION, Si CUNTS. Children under ten yearH. 15 cents. MENDELSSOHN CONCERT, TURNER HALL, MAY 19th. RESERVED SEATS For Sale at Post-Office News Company. I F. Bronson, Dealer in Fruit, House Plants and Fresh Vegetables, Staple and Fancy Groceries. Orders from up country promptly filled and made a specialty. Store Broadway, between 2d and 3d street, Yankton. Dakota. Missouri River Transportation Co. The Steamer Black Hills Cnpt. T. B. BURLEIGH. Master. KD. HIGBEE Clerk. Will Leave Yankton for X^ort Pierre,! Monday, May 17, 1880, On arrival of the Chicago Milwaukee & St Pan train. For freight or paasage apply to BRAMBLE! MINER & CO. or at the Company's Office, 1st I NATIONAL BANK, Yankton, Dakota. ESTABLISHED, 1809. Ice Ice Ice FRED SCHNAUBER'S ICE DELIVERY Will Deliver I E DAILY 1)1'KING TIIK .SKASON OF 1880. Leave Orders at E. Weber's Drug Store, or at F. SCHNAUBER'S Residence, Corner LINN & 21 Street*. GERM AM A II ()VSE,j- Douglas Ave., near Third St., YANKTON, ... DAKOTA. WALLBAUM& BECKER, PROMtlETOHH. This houre is the headquartern for traveler* and immigrant*. Good Rt&1>ling. L. CONGLETON, DEALER IN DRY GOODS AN IX— Ladies' Furnishing Goods DBWITT'S BLOCK, YANKTON. PHOTOGRAPHS. Bear in Mind that my Pri ces nre and Hliall Contin ue to be tlie Lowest. GOTO W. R. KETCHUM, THE Photographer, lili J.E. Witherspoon, J. If not called tor in BO day* they will be sent to the dead letter office. A. W. HOWABD, P. M. Harry Katz's MAMMOTH Clothing House DRESS SUITS! We are offer ing special In ducements to parties in want of FINK DHliSS SUITS. We are showing an unusually attractive stoek of line suits, appropriate to wear at Bulls, Parties and Ileeeptions, in all Suits to match, or in line Broadcloth. Wors ted and Diagonal Coats and Coats and Vests, with Punts to suit the taste. These goods are made during the Dull Seasonly eustoin tailors, and will tit and nre trimmed equal to the best eustom work: and we will sell them for fully one-t less priee that Mer chant Tailors charge for the same quality and Make of Goods. Harry Katz, Yankton, Dakota. Business Suits! We are showing a large and elegant stock of Business Suits, in nil the newest makes of Goods Coats cut in four-but ton single-breasted Sacqueandone, three and four button Cutaway Frock Styles. lie Suits are made eqnal to the best eustoin work and we will sell them from 35 to 50 per cent less than you can havo them made to order. Working Suits! We can show the Largest Stoek west of Chicago at Low Prices well made, all at Harry Katz's MAMMOTH CLOTHING HOUSE YANKTON D. T. 15 Si •STAI'l.r. AMt I .V N IlltV WISE BROS., a ^0 Sioux City, P. O. Block. 3 S 0° 5 2 S 2 *35~ S- XJ= CQ Cl5«S «o FURNISHING GOODS! UKIIEIIWKAU, White and Iicil Lisle I Thread in Oreat Variety. HOSIERY, Woolen, Cotton, Silk, I Balbriggun, British, and all Styles and and Quality in Fanny. GENT8 Neck Wear, New and Nobby Styles. Hats and Caps, Latest Spring Styles. Men's, Boys: and Children's Wear. We make a Specialty of Fine White and Colored Vests. Parties wishing to look through our stock to get prices and see the different styles, will receive the same attention whether they wish to purchase or not. I- •m $ IslS-s For tlie Best Satisfaction Guaranteed every Particular or Money Refunded. Harry Katz, in| THIRD ST., YANKTON, D. T. Agent lor OKU. A. CLARK &11KOH.O. N.T.H|Miu!Cuttt»n ISKLD1NU imOH., & iVn Silks. NATIONAL NKKDLK CVHJHM.1 Nemlle*. lOcalorN auppliod at New York Prices,) R. A. KETCHUM STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS! The attention of the People of Yankton and vicinity is called to iny Stoek of Spring- and summer Goods, which is more complete than ever before, and will be sold on very small margins. It Consists of Dress Goods in all Newest Styles. Trimming and Brocade Silks, Plain and Striped Satins, Passamentaries and Fringes, Ladies' and Misses' Hosiery, Fancy Dress Buttons, Japanese Silks, Cloakings, Canvas, Handkerchiefs, Ties, Large Stock of LADIES CIRCLES and ULSTERS for Spring and Summer Wear. Everything in the Line of Staple Dry Goods. R. A. Ketchum, Corner Third and Walnut Sts.. Yankton. D. T. Orders from the Upper Country will receive prompt attention. CI.OTlllNO. WISE BROS. LEADING CLOTHIERS There as young Man IVwm th» West Who wanted a Coat, Pants and Vest, Says lie, Blast my Eyes! I'll go and see WISE! For tliat is tlie Plaee to do Best." A Complete Assortment ol" Gent's, Boys' and Children's CLOTHiira I.,atc and Xow Di-signs at liottom Prices. Host Selected l.iue of FINK ANI NOliltY GOODS ever displayed Ml tlie Te ALL KINDS OK HATS. STRAW AND FELT FROM THE CHEAPEST TO THE 1JEST. Trunks and Satchels. HAUmVAIlK. Geo. E. Hawley Heavy and Shelf Hardware Builder's Hardware Stoves and Tinware Wagon and Carriage Wood Stock Wagon and Carriage Hardware Blacksmith's Supplies Harvesting Tools Gas Fittings And Steamboat Supplies, Agents for Fairbanks' Scales ami National Horse Nails. Third Street, YANKTON Ruchings, Laces, Veilings, Corsets. The Largest and FUKXISIIING i-ritory. WISE BROS., Yankton, Next to First National Bank.