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YANKTON DAKOTA. Monday Evening, June 14, 1880. THE DAILY PRESS & DAKOTAIAN Is published EVEKY EVENING, EXCEPTING SUNDAYS. TEBH8 OF 8UB8CEIPTION: By curricrfl—Per month, $1 per year, $12. By iniul—Per month, 85 cents per year, $10. ty Office on Third street. Press and Dnkotaian block. KOWEN KIMWllUIty. Proprietors. LOCAL OBSERVATIONS. UnitedStates SionalOfficr, Yankton D. T.. June 14.1880. I liiver has risen in the past forty eight hoars, 18 inches. Stands feet and 2 inches above low water. Maximum temperature up to 2 p. m., degrees. Minimum temperature in past 24 hours, 59 degrees. Rainfall in post 24 hours, 1.30 of an inch. The maximum velocity of wind 40 miles an hour, east, at 10 p, m. Sunday. LOCAL LAVOX1V8. The stearner BlacK Hills left at day light this morning for Fort Pierre. The steamer Nellie Peck, loaded for Fort Benton, left Sioux City yesterday morning. It rained yesterday, it rained to-day, and if it don't rain to-morrow it will be the first day in over a week that it has not rained. The damage done by the winds to El der Whitney's cotton church has been repaired and again the center pole points heavenward. C. A. Dodge lost three horses by light ning strokes last week—one in a pasture near Jim river and the other two at Ionia, Nebraska. The commencement exercises at the Academy of the Sacred Heart, in this city, will be held on the 29th instant and will be exceedingly interesting. Owing to the unexpected railroad cases at Xankton Judge Shannon lias been obliged to postpone the Olivet court to Monday, the 28th of this month. Bessie Kingman, keeper of a levee house, was arrested by Marshal Bern hardt this morning for selling liquor without a license and fined eighteen dol lars by Justice Davis. Wise Bros., having decided to close their store in this city, are offering their stock at very low prices. They have an excellent stock of goods, and persons de siring good bargains should give tliem a call. The territorial board of equalization met in Yankton to-day. In the absence of Gov. Ordway and Acting Governor Hand, the board consisted of E. A. Sher man, territorial auditor, and W. H. Mc Vay, territorial treasurer. Our neighbor of the Herald has prompt ly fallen into the western habit of the indiscriminate application of military titles. He alludes to the steer that invad ed his sanctum and compelled him to take refuge on top of the editorial table ns Col. Bull. The orating honors at Scotland on the 3d of July will be divided between Phil K. Faulk, Esq., of this city, who will speak in English, and Paul Landmann.of Scotland, who will apostrophize the American eagle in the language of the fatherland. Scotland Citizeen: Yankton has an ordinance imposing a fine on the owner of any team left unhitched on the streets. But the owner seldom finds a post or ring to which to secure his team. Is the ordinance and the absence of hitching posts and rings a trap to catch the unwary and thus contribute to the city's revenue The Chicago & Northwestern railroad company has bought out all the squat ters on lands opposite Pierre and have covered the same with "Valentine scrip. The company has invested some 830,000 in these lands and have made a clean sweep of the new townsite. This seems to settle the question—the Northwestern road will cross at Pierre. Frank McCarthy, the insane man brought down from Pierre on the steamer Black Hills, was transferred from the county ]ail to the insane asylum on Sat urday. Boom was made by transferring Furlong, who has recovered from his in sanity, if he ever was insane, to the county jail, where he will be held per,l ing executive action in his case. A letter from Fort Bennett says the cable under the river at that point is a complete success and that Bennett is now in telegraphic communication with the east. There is a break in the line to the Black Hills and as soon as it is re paired the circuit from Yankton to Dead wood will be complete. Lieutenant Grimes is the individual who has brought about this result. The letter also states that there was a heavy frost at Peoria bottom about a week ago,which killed all tender vegetation. Also that Mr. Corry, the injured telegraph operator at Ben nett, is again able to attend to his duties. An application for a writ of mandamus was heard before Judge Shannon to-day, in which John D. Cameron, of Sioux Falls, was plaintiff, and R. F. Alterton, register of deeds of Davison county, de fendant. The land upon which the town of Mitchell is built was located with soldiers' scrip by the Chicago, Milwau kee & St. Paul railroad company. Sub sequently John D. Cameron obtained from the original owner of the scrip a relinquishment of title therein in the shape of a warrantee deed. This deed was presented to Mr. Alterton, and he refused to receive it for record, hence the present proceedings to compel him by an order of the court to do so. Mr. Cameron was represented by Dewey & French, and Mr. Alterton by Bartlett Tripp of this city, and G. L. Faust of Mitchell. A decision is the case lias not yet been made. MISCEGENATION. Culmination Hi Sioux FmIIm of Mlacegim ouft I'lnaon Whirl* In Said to Have Hml It* Ftmntlatlon In Yankton. Most of our Yankton readers and the patrons generally of the Merohanta hotel know John Hill, often called by disre spectful persons "Nigger John," who was for the past two years, and up to a month or two ago, employed as steward at the Merohants hotel. John was an exces sively polite and a competent person in the capacity in which he was employed, but towards the close of his career in Yankton he frequently assumed airs of importance and authority which illy be came his station and employment, nnd led to his dismissal. Subsequent devel opments show that John had ambition and met with success in an affair ofitside of his acknowledged calling. His polite demeanor and winning ways were brought to bear upon a young white girl who was at one time during John's stew ardship employed as a waiter girl at the Merchants. She was not so employed, however, at the time she says she yielded without force" to the embrace of the sa ble lotliario. The balance of the story is told in a special dispatch to the Sioux City Journal from Sioux Falls, as fol lows: Sioux FalKJuue U.—This forenoon the corpse of a uew born iufant was found in the Sioux, twenty rods below the foot of the falls. Inves tigation leads to the belief that it was the daughter of a Swede girl named Ida Swanson, ami that the father is a colored man named John Hill. The pirl tells the following ntory: Last October she was seduced without foree at the Merchants hotel, Yankton, by Hill, who was cook there, she being a table waiter. Subse quently both removed to Sioux City and worked at the Depot hotel. Seven weeks ago they came here, he to the Cataract house and she to the St. Paul laundry, kept by Mrs. Toman, a colored woman. Last Wednesday she washed all day and Thursday noon of last week was delivered of a stillborn child of five or six months. Thursday night Hill and Tomans took the corpse out to -ry it. Saturday Hill went to Sioux City to cook iu the Merchants hotel. The finding of the corpse is considered evi dence that the men did not bury their charge, but threw it into the river. The girl denies any abortion, and says that Hill was willing to mar ry her. No steps for a judicial investigation have been taken. The ladies of the M. E. Church extend cordial invitation to the citizens of Yankton to their Ice Cream and Straw berry supper to be served in the base ment of the M. E. Church on Wednes day evening next, June 10th. THE DIRECTOR'S MEETING. Tlie Meeting .Sxtimt»y Nitillt of th,' Direc tors or the Mioux City & Dakota ltnllniiiil Company—An Injunction by .lolm 1. Mlnir. As heretofore announced, the directors representing a majority of the stock of the Sioux City .t Dakota railroad met iu the company's depot office in this city on Saturday evening last. The principal business transacted was the passage of resolutions authorizing the construction of the Elk Point cut-off and a line from Yankton to Scotland and directing the president of the road to issue stock and bonds on the newly constructed lines to the amount of eight thousand dollars per mile. At this point of the proceedings J. K. Gamble, attorney for the Blair inter ests in the company, served an injunction upon President Wicker restraining him from the issue of the contemplated stock and bonds. The hearing of the matter regarding the injunction was appointed for the 17th inst., but the enjoined parties have taken steps for an immediate hear ing, and for this purpose Bartlett Tripp and General Cary, attorney for the Chi cago, Milwaukee and St. Paul company's side of the question, appeared in com this morning and moved that the injunc tion be set aside on the ground that the required forms in such cases had not been complied with. The court, for the greater part of the day, was employed with other matters, and a decision in the injunction matter was not reached at the time of going to press. STRAYED. On Tuesday, 8tli inst., a milch cow, de scribed as follows: Red and white spot ted, with long, smooth horns, five years old this spring. A suitable reward will be paid for her return or information that will lead to her recovery. J. R. GAMBLE. DIED OF HIS INJURIES. Death of Henry llemeyer From Injuries Received by Kunaway Team. The injuries received by Henry He meyer on the 3d inst., by the running away of the team with which he was delivering ice were more serious than were at first supposed nnd resulted in his death at 4 o'clock yesterday after noon. The injuries to his ankle and foot were so serious that it was doubted from the first whether he would recover with the full use of his limb. Within the past few days his condition was aggra vated by inflammation, and on Saturday his physician decided that his leg would have to be amputated. Tlie operation was performed on Saturday afternoon, but the patient did not rally from the effects, and on Sunday morning lock-jaw intervened, from which, combined with his terrible injuries, he died at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Mr. Hemeyer was about 2G years of age and unmarried. He was a man of fine physique and great physical strength, which gave him a leading position as an active member of the Turn-verein. He has resided in Yankton for several years, and was highly esteemed by all his acquaintances for his manly and gentle manly qualities. He was an industrious and useful citizen, and his untimely death is deeply deplored by the entire community. The funeral took place at 2 o'clock this afternoon, and was under the im mediate charge of tlie Odd Fellows and Turn-verein, of which societies the deceased was an active and honored member. FOR RENT. The blacksmith Hliop on Douglas avenue just south of the Germania House—suitable for a blacksmith or carpenter shop. Apply to WALLBAUM & BECKEB. Germania House. For sale at the cooper shop on Walnut street, white oak lard barrels and butter firkins, and white ash butter tubs. PROPOSED NEW LEVEE. 1to|M»rt of flip Committee Appointed liy fhe City Council to Appraise the Lamlt* quirt*! for Lvvoi* t'urjioNos.' Messrs. Edmunds, Fogerty and Hay ward, the committee appointed by the city council to appraise certain lands re quired for levee purposes, have dis charged their duty assigned them, and find that the value of the land condemn ed is $1,120. The report of the apprais ers is as follows: YANKTON, D. T., June 11,1880: T" the Honorable Mayor and City Conn HI of the City of Yankton: GENTLEMEN—The undersigned ap praisers appointed by your honorable body to appraise for levee purposes cer tain property in the city described be low, beg leave most respectfully to re port that after being duly qualified they have this day proceeded to discharge'said duty, and submit the following report of our doings and award of damages to the owners of property described below, ns follows: J. A. P.-ttcr, south east corner lot 10. block $ 25.1X) P. J. Niberg, southeast corner lot 3,block Fred Donaldson, cant part of iot 4, block Jno. ljcnger, east part of lot 5, block *70." M. Lynch, west'V of lot t», block 70 1). 8. 11. It., nouth 125.00 ta.uo B5.00 1, lot II. and lota 7, 8, si, lit 11, 12. 13, 14. block 70 Dr. Nicdclet. entire lot 15. block 70 A. Lenaon, west 50 feet lots 10.17, block 70 17.').m) Hulda Alchrist, (house to lie moved) mid dle ii0 feet lots 111, 17, IS, block 70 Unknown, east 50 feet lota 111, 17,18,block Anna Maiiscn. southeast corner iot# 10, 11, block mi C. J. B. Harri-. and others, strip of land along cast side of Burleigh street, being southeast portion of said land 125.00 J. M. Stone, and others, a portion of land lying east of above descrilted 11X1.00 Lee Jones A Brookings, a portion or east part of land adjoining last above de cribed 75.110 25.(10 XEWTON EDMUNDS, JOHN M. FOOEBTV, ,T. PAHKEH HAYWABD, Appraisers. NOTICE! To the citizens of Yankton, and pat rons of Douglas Market: Having become dissatisfied with the credit system, and believing cash to be the correct principle upon which to con duct business, we shall, on and after the 15th of June, Eell our meats strictly for cash, and in no case will we depart from this rule, knowing that we will be reliev ed thereby from all losses by bad bills. We shall sell Meats after this date at the following reduced rates: Best Beef Steak 10 cents Round and Chuck S Best Roasts 8 Chuck Roasts 7 Corned Beef 7 Soup Meats 4 A- 5 Bologna Sausage 10 Lard 8 Ham 11 Ham, Sliced 12' ,' Dried Beef 12'-i Veal, best cut 10 Veal Stew 7 Mutton, Best Cuts 10 Mutton Stew 7 Fresh Pork 8 Salt 8 Shoulders, Sliced 8 Bacon S Thanking our patrons for favors of the past we respectfully "ask a continuance of their patronage, believing the cash system will prove equally as satisfactory to them as to us. Respectfully, WYMA.V .T WAKD. THE WHITE SWAN ROBBERY. Postmaster Kiljmtrirk Write* a Lettf fending His Course. To thr- Press ami Ihtkutainn. Helena, Montana, June 1, 1880.—I un derstand you published an article some time ago, stating that I had left for the far west without promising to return, etc., and that I had also left Mr. Rey nolds, my bondsman, to pay several hundred dollars for that mail robbery which occurred at White Swan during my absence. I did dot know it was ne cessary to publish my intention to leave. My friends knew I was coming to this country, and as for Mr. Reynolds having to pay anything on my account, he nor any other man shall ever lose a dollar by me. As a personal favor I wish you would inform me who the author of that article is. It is false and does me great injustice. The records of White Swan postoifice are perfectly clear up to the time I left the oflice, which was shown at the Riley trial before Judge Congle ton. Mr. Reynolds knows lull well if he has to pay anything as my bondsmnn he will be fully reimbursed. The matter must be fixed up if I have to go back to do it. I think you know me sufficiently well to be satisfied that such a thing is false. By asking E. G. Smith you will find that he gave as his opinion, after con sulting the statutes, that I could not be held responsible for money stolen from registered letters, unless it was a case of neglect, which surely was not the case by any means. I am perfectly innocent of any such charge, and can prove it be yond a doubt. Very truly yours, J. R. KILPATIIICK. FLYPAPER! MAKE YOUR OWN FLY PAPER. TEN CENTS WORTH OF WEIIBEB'S FLY CATCHER WILL LAST YOU ALL SUMMER. Call nt WEBBER'S Pharmacy DEL) YOU EVER TRY MY CORN REMEDY? IF NOT TRY IT—'TIS SIMPLY IMMENSE. W. R. Ketclinm the photographer is turning out first class photographs at his new photo rooms at the very lowest prices—stereoscopic views of Sioux Falls and a great variety of Indian views and still they go at only ten cents each, at my photo gallery, Third street. W. R. KETCIIUM. BOOTS AND SHOES. Having opened a boot and shoe repair shop one door nogth of the reform men's club room, I am ready to do all work in my line neatly and promptly. O. H. LOOMIH, Yankton. I'KKSOXAI,, Jj. M. Hull, of San toe jtgenoy, is in town. O. A. Dodge started this morning for the Sioux valley. Governor Edmunds took this morn ing's train for the east. E. A. Sherman, territorial auditor, of Sioux Falls, is in town. Col. Chauncey Wright, of Rockport, was in town over Sunday. Frank North left this morning foi his home at Vassar, Michigan. Bud Todd, numager of the Springfield Times, was iu Yankton over Sunday. United States Attorney Campbell got home Saturday niglit from Chicago. Mrs. Barrelle, Mrs. Dr. Buchanan's mother left this mornig for tlie east. C. C. Sperry came iu from tlie east on Saturday, and left for Yankton agency this morning. Geo. E. Hawley was a passenger on the steamer Black Hills for Fort Pierre and Cheyenne agency. 50.00 Mrs. Geo. E. Hawley left for Wiscon sin thiB morning to spend several months visiting relations in that state. 1.U0 Barney Cole, the irrepressible leader of the democracy of Bon Homme county, is spending a few days in Yankton. S0.UI ... 150.1*1 Mrs. Major Elderkin and lior daughter Alvise left this morning for Sparta, Wis consin, where they will spend the sum mer. Capt. King and Gene Cutting went down the road this morning. The cir cus at Sioux City had nothing to do with their movements. 75.ni The undersigned beg leave to state to your honorable body that, the above ap praisement is intended to fix the full measure of damages to the owners for all the land lying east of the most west erly black line drawn diagonally from the southeast corner of block 48) lower Yankton, in a northeasterly course touch ing the southeast corner ot block 49, thence through block 70 substantially iu a northeast course touching the south east corner of block t!9, and touching the bank of lie creek called the Rhine, as shown by the accompanying map hereto attached, furnished to the undersigned by your honorable body for our guidance, and which is made apart of this report. Chief Justice Shannon reached home on Saturday from his trip to Chicago and Milwaukee. The judge appears much efreshed by this short respite from his arduous official duties. Captain Wheeler, the new Yaukton quartermaster arrived to-night and will enter upon his duties as soon as trans fers of property can be made. Major Grimes will leave the last of this week for Arizona. Mrs. Ben. C. Ash lias arrived from Bismarck and is visiting with her pa rents, Judge and Mrs. T. W. Brisbine.' Mr. Ash is expected to follow soon with the design of locating a cattle ranclie and settling in the Jim river valley. He has disposed of his property at Bis marck. Deputy Marshals Edmunds and Bur dick will leave in the morning for De troit with Silas Frank Beebe, the mur derer of Laudphere, who will be turned over to the authorities of the house of correction to serve out a life sentence, provided executive clemency is not again invoked in his behalf. BREAKING LAND. Proposals are invited until June 19th, for plowing thirty acres new laud, four and a half miles from Yankton on the Bon Homme road. Address, P. O. Box No. 11. TURF RETURNS. Knees at St. I.onis, Milwaukee and Detroit. St. Louis, June 11—The track was fast and the attendance large. The first race, club purse of 8250 for all ages, one and a quarter miles, was won by Longtaw Blue Hodge, second Longtime, third. Time, 2:09}. The second race, street railroad stakes, for all ages, two mile heats King Rich ard took the first heat and Maggie May the next two. Time 3:44K, 3:40 anil 3:50','. Third race, hurdle race for $300, mile heats over four hurdles, welter weights, was won by Frank Short in two straight heats: Cannon second. Time 1:51 and :541The time of the first lieat was the fastest on record. The fourth race, dash of one and one eighth miles, for a purse of $250 for all ages, was won by Victim by about ten lengths Aurora's Baby second Big Medicine third. Time, lilH1..—the fast est on record for weights of 107 pounds. Milwaukee, June 11—Tlie first event, 2:37 class, purse of $800, Hattie Wood ward won Lizzie second, Western Belle third. Time, 2:33, 2:31}£ and 2:130. Second event, free-for-all, stake of 8500. Rose of Washington won Doty second, Mazomanie distanced. Time, 2:21, 2 27 2:224 and2:26'o. Third event, 2:20 class for pacers,Topsy won Gipsy second. Time, 2:25U, 2:2t, 2:28'i, 2:30 and 2:34. Detroit, June 11—The races closed to dav. tiedmont took the 2:30 race in three straight heats in 2:24, 2:24,l"i and 2:24Ji. Monroe Chief won the 2:23 race. Time, 2:22^, 2:23% and 2:24^. The pacing race was won by Bay Billy in 2:33, 2:33^ and 2:27^. Hopeful trotted against St. Julien's time yesterday. Time, 2:21)4 and 2:24!^. The "track was heavy and a stiff wind blowing. Highest cash price paid for rags and metals at J. C. Mormon's Capital Store. Photographs equal to any in the city for 32.50 per dozen or will forfeit $5.00 cash in case of failure, at MORROW'S OALLEKY. Four pictures on tin for 50 cents. Sclioregjje is serving delicious icc cream at his Third street parlors. Wanted board in a private family, by a young man of steady habits. A place with piano preferred. Address 13,15,14, this office. J. J. Wallace will arrive on the 1st of June with his Hambletonian stallion, which will be at the service of those de sirous of improving their horse stock, to be found at E. T. Melvin's stable. A large stock of wall paper and a full line of window curtains and curtain fix tures cheaper tlion elsewhere in Dakota, at E. M. Co*s' Drug Store. L. Sampson Bells Bran at 60 cents, and ground feed at 75 cents per 100. Shelled corn at 30 cents per bushel. Douglas Avenue, between 3rd and 4tli streets. Vienna bread received the first pre mium at the centennial exhibition. For sale at SOHOREOOE'S. Billiards 15 cents per game of 34 points at ShurtlefTs Billiard Hall, 2d door north of the Merchants hotel entrance. A large stock of Cashmeres, in all the latest colors, just received and for sale at bottom prices, at JACOB MAX'S. Vienna Bread. Go to Schoregge's for Vienna bread— tlie best bread made. 1IANKS. YANKTON BANK! EDMUNDS & WYNN UANKKRS, YANKTON DAKOTA. Do a General Banking, Collection And Ijoan Business, The Same as National Bank*. Will loan money, pay taxes and aoll real estate tor non-re«ident*, on favorable terms. Agent* lor reliable Insurance Companion, and insure property on terms favorabl#. THE FIRST NATIONAL Bank of Yankton Fiiidiirjfif Ayentaf'the Statv* Approved Depository (or Disbursing Officers. JAMKS C. NcVAY, President W. II. MeVAY Cashier, Draft* bought and sold. Collection* made and Promptly remitted for. MKAT MAltKKT. FAMILY MARKET Broadway, Yankton. Dakota PATRICK I5RENNAN WILL SUPPLY Fresh Meats, Salt Meats, Fish and Game. —)*TO ORDERU— A Full Line of Vegetables in Season Always on hand. WINKS AN1 LLOUOLLS. THE Oldest Liquor House /.V THE NOlirnWEST. Adler & Ohlman WHOLESALE Liquor Dealers YANKTON, DAKOTA. Keep constantly on hand the following brands of liqnors: MeHrayer's, Taylor's, Slmwlian, Ander son Comity, Monock and Castle Rock KENTUCKY WHISKIES! Also, Our Favorite MILLKK. GOLD SPUING, BLUE ARAS8, BOYD, Ac., &o Which we are selling at very low prices. Also a full stocK of Imported Wines & Liquors, The Largest Stock of I A I 3 S Ever brought to the Territory. Seidenberg's Key West a Specialty. Sole agents for Sclilitz's Milwaukee Beer. liy th« Keg: or Cha«. In fact everything usually kept in a iirBt class liquor store. We are prepared to fill orders for any quanti ty of Wines, Liquors, Cigars und Tobaccos, and guarantee satisfaction, and at prices lower than ever before. Adler & Ohlman. ESTABLISHED, 1869. Ice Ice Ice FRED SCHNAUBER'S ICE DELIVERY Will Deliver ICE DAILY UllUING TUB SEASON OF 1880. Leave Orders at 12. Weber's Irnjj Store, or at F. SClINAUBEll'S Iteflidencc, Corner LINN & 2d Strccta. MII/L1NKKY. MRS. E. J. COGOINS, Dealer in illirxer "3T and LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS. Materials for Fancy Work a Specialty Third St., Yankton, Dakota Time Books VOR WEEK OR MONTH, for ule at tbc Frcm -V and DakoUian oountiugroora. at afford to pay. 62? Buy and ftell exolmngc on the principal citicn of the United Statea and Europe. Special at tention paid to collections, and remitted for KNVARIA1ILY ON DAY OP PAYMENT. While I do not claim to be the originator of the Cash Plan of doing IniHincsH, I do make a claim and 1 am able to buck it up that I am the only Strictly Cash Grocer in Yank- My tmsincHs for the last year litis been more than a micccHH, which I attribute to my ntrict adherence to tne cash plan of selling goods, and the appreciation by the ieopIe of uniform low prices on standard goods. There WISE BROS., Sioux City, P. 0. Blook. IIOOTS AMI SIIOKM. J. A. WEEKS. Now I am ready with a lairgre stock of ItOOTR aim SHOES for the SUMMER TRADE. I bought my Good* early LOW PRICES from the largest and best factories and am willing to sell them at prices that people can BOOTS® and "SHOES. Come and see my Goods. You are sure to buy if They consist of Ladle's, Gentlemen's, Children's and Infant's liutlon, Laced and Congress Shoes. Walking Shoes and Slippers in great variety. CAPITAL. STREET. OltOCICUlKS. TOM MARSHALL, TheCash Grocer and all other Teas at correspondingly low prices. Choice Table Syrup, 75c per gallon in kegs, $3 each Pure Cider Vinegar, 25c per gallon 3 lb cans Standard Peaches, 20c 3 Tomatoes, 17 1-2 2 Corn, 20c My stock embraces every description of Cminetl iiml Preserved Goods either ill glass or in tin, and I sell at uniformly low prices. TOM MARSHALL, The Only Strictly Cash Grocer in Yankton. CLOTH INC*, HATS, CATS, KTC. LEADINC CLOTHIERS Avas a young Man from tlie West Who wanted a Coat, Pants and Vest, Says lie, Hlast niy Eyes! l*li }?o aiul see WISE! For that is tlie Place to lo Best." A Complete Assortment of Gent's, Boys' and Children's CLOTHIITG- In hate aiul Now Designs at llottoni I'ricos. Tlie Largost ami Itest Sclectwl Line of FINK AN1 NOHBY FURNISHING GOODS ever displayed in the Territory. ALL KINDS OK HATH. STRAW AND FELT FROM THE CHEAPEST TO TIIE BEST. Trunks and Sutclicls. you do. Bloclr- Choice Sug. Cured Ham.pr lb. I 4c 8 1-2 lbs. st'd Gran. Sugar, $1.00 9 lbs. standard A Sugar, 1.00 10 lbs. extra Sugar, 1.00 4 1-2 lbs. Fancy Rio Coffee, 1.00 5 lbs. Choice Rio Coffee, 1.00 6 lbs. Good Rio Coffee, 1.00 19 bars White Russian Soap, 1.00 17 bars Blue India Soap, 1.00 The Finest and Best Line of S -A. S In lliu City. Choice Japan Tea 50 cents per lb. Fancy 65 In.a few minutcR, you can satisfy your self as to my plan of doing business, my goods and my prices. Come and see for yourself, all ask is a trial. My stock is very large and complete. 1 make nnecial fig. urea in Job lots. 1 live up to my ad vcrtisements. When 1 say 1 sell for cash and cash only, 1 mean it. 1 do not advertise to do a c^sh business in order to secure popu larity for my concern. It is business with me. ALL THE NEW —AND— N O S E S in Men's and Boy's Straw Hats Now in Stock. J. O. BATES, Post Office Block. CLOTHING. WISE BROS. WISE BROS., Yankton, Next to Firtt National Bank.