OCR Interpretation


Press and daily Dakotaian. (Yankton, Dakota Territory [S.D.]) 1880-1889, September 21, 1880, Image 1

Image and text provided by South Dakota State Historical Society – State Archives

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn91099608/1880-09-21/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

GENERAL NEWS.
And Now It Is Plaisted that Has a
Plurality.
A Close Count In Maine—The (Mllcial
Figures |{(|Uirc(l to ltatemiine
till', ltcsult.
Important Opinion In Hogurtl to tlioTltlo
to th« I«uimU in tliu Indian
Territory.
POLITICAL.
Nomination.
Special Ti'lrt/ram.
Mitobel, ]). T., Sept. iiO, 1880.—G. L.
VuiiHt, of Mitchell, was nominated liy
the republican convention for member
of tliu legislature from the fourth dintriet,
unanimously.
Maine Still In IhiulH.
Portland, Mo., Sejt. 20.—All but one
town—Slieriilim—lionrd from, proving it
plurality of 17S) for Davis, less '20 which
Sheridan fjave the funionists last, yeiir
but a partial comparison, .made with the
returns) made to the secretary show er
rors enough in telegraphic*.' retiirnR to
give a clear plurality to Plaisted. The
returns will have to be compared with
the returns to the secretary of state in
order to establish their correctness. As
soon as the secretary is heard from the
comparison will be telegraphed.
CoiitrrttKHloinil Nomination)..
Chicago, Sept. 21.—The demoorats of
the third congressional district this after
noon nominated Perry H. Smith, jr., for
congress.
Bridgeport, Conn., Sept. 21—The dem
ocrats of this, the fourth district nomi
nate O. W. Beck for congress. r.~\
FOREIGN.
KiicoiiriiBlnir Striker**.
London, Sept. 21—The Patcham weav
ers unanimously resolve to support the
Accrington operatives to the extent of
two pence a loom, if mills run three days
a week, and three pence if tliey run full
time, should the operatives strike.
I'acltlc Speech by Gambetla.
Paris, Sept. 21—A correspondent says
it is announced that Oambetta will short
ly deliver a pacific speech.
Kiupuror Willinin*ri Health.
Berlin, Sept. 21—Emperor William was
prevented by slight indisposition from
visiting the Rhine previous to witness
ing the army manouvres, but he is
already improving.
Knilnruy Oiilerod Built.
St. Petersburg, Sept. 21.—Goloa says
orders have been issued for the immedi
ate construction of a railway two hun
dred versts long on Tekke-Turcomen
slashes.
Cabinet Maker*' Strike.
Paris, Sept. 21.—Two1 thousand cabi
net makers of this city have struck.
Yellow Fever mid Small 1'ox.
Havana, Sept. 21.—Nineteen deaths
from yellow fever and nine from small
pox occurred during the week ending
Friday last.
I ni li A Hill rs.
London, Sept. 21—A Paris dispatch
says all l'uris papers agree in advocating
a pacific foreign policy. It ia demanded
that the chanibers be summoned for a
special session, but it is improbable that
they will'meet before the usual time an
nounced. As soon as the new cabinet is
definitely constituted it is very highest
character will be dispatched to'represent
France abroad.
Ministerial OIkIh in France.
London, Sept. 21—.ABarlin correspon
dent telegraphs as follows: The chief
subject of discussiou in German papers
is the ministerial crisis in Paris. Jour
nals of all shades of opinion are unani
mous in expressing suspicion and dread
of (iauibetta.
Montciii'KrinH Mnst Figlit.
liagnst, Sept. 21.—Tlie state prince
Neka of Montenegro, lias issued another
proclamation to iiis troops saying it is
now almost inevitable that Montenegrins
must light foi their rights.
Heavy Lohs In Buttle.
Candaluir, Sept. 21.—The troops which
went to bury the dead on the battle field
ot Kuslik Nakhud leport that the loss of
the Afghans there must have 'been enor
mous. Afghans were employed- eight
days after the battle in burying the
dead./
More Maine Figure* Without a Clear
•(exult.
Boston. Sept. 21.—The Journal of
Augusta, Me., telegraphs as follows: Our
footing by counties gives Davis 73,579,
Plaisted 73,889, scattering 475. Davis
over Plaisted, 190. Tliero are seven
towns and plantations to be heard from.
Besides the uncertainty abiyit the vote
of towns yet to be received, in'determin
ing the result there is a possible and
probable inaccuracy of some of the figures
already given, also questions about other
inaecuraeies which appear in the retnniB,
of which, with the close state, the result
is so doubtful that'•it, can nuly be deter
mined by an ollicial canvass of returns at
the upeniug of the legislature.
Title Ui the ludliiu Territory.
St. Louis, Sept. 21—Judge J. O. Broad
head and J. F. Phillips, the committee
to report on the status of the govern
ment lands of the Indian territory, par
ticularly in the Oklahoma strip, will re
port to a citizens' meeting to-night that
the jurisdiction oft his vast territorty was
not. acquired,from the Indians, but by
JFrance.
mrchaso of the United States from
The Indians never had any
title to the country.
Olilo CojiI Mfnurtt Trouble.
Columbus, Sept. 21—Nothing impor
tant from the Coming coal miners to-day.
The ^trouble is thought to bo neariy
Amicable Adjustment Probublo.
New York, Sept. 21.—The Font snyn it
is believed a party in favor of nil amica
ble mljiiRtment with tlie American Union
h^ia control of the Western Union tele
graph company, and it is not surprising
if Vanderbilt sides with thw party.
Cabinet Factory and Lumber,
Pell City, Ind., Sept. 21.—Saturday
night the cabinet mauufnotnriug of the
The Weill her.
Washington, Sept. 18.—The weather
indications for the upper Mississippi and
lower Missouri valleys are: Clear or fair
weather, stationary or rising tempera
ture, variable winds, and stationary or
Blowly falling barometer..
Union Furniture Factory and lumber,
together, with a number of small dwell
ings occupied by workmen were burned
The lumber was valued at $50,000.
The Turf.
Sheephead Bay, Long Island, Sept.
21.—At the extra meeting of the Coney
Island Joekey club the firstrace, five fur
longs, was won by Bythaway Hippies
2nd Emily F., 3rd. Time. 1:02If.
DEFERRED TELEGRAMS.
Gravosa, Sept. 20.—After the confer
ence of the representatives of the Powers
aboard the British man of war at Alex
andria on the 10th inst., an English
captain left with instructions to inter
view Prince Montenegro, and afterwards
to go to Scutnii and present to Hisa
Pasha, the Turkish commander, a formal
demand for the surrender of Dulcigno
within four days. This is probably use
less. as the Albanians are masters of the
situation and many Maliomedan Albani
ans are of Duleigno district.
St. Louis, Sept. 20.—David Tresiber, a
member of the firm of Bienstock. Tresi
ber V'
Co.,com ill ission merchants, has been
arrested on a charge of unlawfully dispo
sing of 50,000 pounds of wool for which
the Valley National bank has ware
house receipts. The wool was valned at
ten thousand dollars. The bank proba
bly did not lose more than $4,000.
Paris, Sept. 20.—The crisis in the cab
inet has resulted in the formatian of the
ministry: Jules Ferry, primer nd interim
and minister foreign affairs Dupre, and
Camot, minister of public works. One
other minister remaining unchanged.
London, Sept. 20.—Destructive floods
occurred Saturday and Sunday in the
districts of Belford, Bedworth, Matton,
Newbury, Seaton and Stanfield causing
great damage to crops and other prop
erty.
London, Sept.. 20.—A dispatch from
Simla says the Cabul district is quiet.
A correspondent at Calcutta says it
seems clear that the government is re
solved to abandon Khyber pass.
London, Sept. 20.—A telegram of Dul
eigno, reports a foreign man of war has
been taking soundings oil' the coast.
This is supposed to be a preparation for
a demonstration.
Constantinople, Sept. 20.—A corres
pondent says iiie purte is using its ut
most endeavors to avoid a demonstration
as it fears a gt.ieral iuKurrecfion slio.ildit
take place.
Chicago, Sept. 20.—Saturday night
there was a terrific fctorm between Du
buque and Clinton, Iowa, which did
much damage to farm and railroad prop
erty.
Maiu liester, Sept. 20.—The ofl'er of
arbitration made by the strikers com
mittee of operatives is refused.
A DIMINUTIVE WHEAT ITEM.
St.PuuI Dispatch.
A reporter of the Dispatch met Mr.
Oliver Dalrymple, the king wheat grower
of the northwest, at the Merchants hotel
this morning and propounded a few
questions ustothecondition ot the wheal
crop thus far in the season, whether he
lmd lost anything by inclement weather
or bad stacking. "Not a bushel," said
Mr. Dalrymple. '-The only trouble I
fear we'll have will be that'we will be
compelled to store about one fourth of
my crop for want of transportation. I
can't get cars enough on the road to car
ry oil' ray yield as fast as I can thrash it
and get it ready for shipment.
Reporter—I have seen it stated that it.
would take 35 cars 30 days to carry oil'
your crop.
Mr. Dalrymple—Take out your faber
and calculate what a tract of land will
produce containing 311 sections, or 39
miles long and one mile wide, producing
23 bushels an acre and then calculate
3.r)(l bushels to the ear load, and you will
find that you would require 32 ears a day
for sixty days to carry awiiy the product
—1,250,000 bushels."
The Eastern and Middle states wheat
growers can get somewhat of an idea of
the way farming iij done in the north
west from the above correct statement.
To illustrate iu brief the extent
-of the
Dalrymple farm, imui ngine' you see 155
selfbinders at work in the field aud ill
the near distance 20 steam thrashers,
never losing a minute from morning till
night. A train of thirty-six cars daily
leaving the granery doors, destined for
Duluth—The tonnage of which is suffi
cient to load a large sized vessel every
day.
Such a statement, no doubt, will open
the eyes of our eastern tarmers with
amazement nevertheless it is true, and
still there is room for amy number of
just such farms and farmers in this land
of "green fiolds and pastures new." Only
think of it. Lying ou the Bed river, As
sinaboine, Saskateliawan aud Peace river
valleys, there i8 yet over one thousand
five hundred miles untouched of the best
wheat land on the American continent,
and which will yield, decade after de
cade, without a single failure.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
NEW YORK.
New York. September 24.
Whkat—Dull. Shade lower No. 5 rod October
Nov. September
bid.
Coi«N—Active, scarcely firm. Mixed western
Hpot rKHsfrrWac. Do future 50!
Oath-Quiet, Oct. U8 Nov. :iS?i: wewtern 43D'.
4Uo.
Pouk—Firm, heavy,
Laud—Stronger, 2jus.37!e«
CU1CAOO.
Chicago, September 21.
Whkat-Steady. omili U2£c October U8&
November.
Coun—l£any« 40e cadi 40lj October.
Oath—Stronger. cash 21)',- October
November.
Kyk—W'FCC.
Baulky—17iic.
Pouk—Stronger. $lH.00Sept $17.85 October
November.
Laiu- Stronger, $7.W» cash and$7.Wls Octo
l»er.
WlilMKKV—$1.13.
Mll.WATKKK.
Milwaukee. Scpt'inber 2i.
Whkat -Ufa'# Lower, Imrd No. y7c
No.2W!ic Cash and September WVc October
lWAac November and No. 1 H2(ft83.
Coun- NO. 2, 40.
Oath—Nit. 2. 80! c.
1'rracrivllon Frets F^ir Uiespeedy Onre
of.s^ui
iu*l WeaiuuwH, 1«om of MmiiIkmhI, ana all disonlcrw
lntu«rht on by tiuMHcrctlnn or oxodsm. Auy Drui&uit
litis Ilit* iuwTOfiienlH. Address
JAVI1»»ON ft CO.I 98 Naaaaa ttt«, N. V.
VOLUME 0. ANKTON, DAKOTA TERRITORY, TUESDAY EVENING, SEP'J'EMJiElt 21, 1880.
KI'KCIAI, NOT1CKH.
Cattle for Kale.
)N1£ hundred and fifty head choice, delected
steers, from two to four yearn old. Apply
to A. CHKI8TEN8RN,
Swan Lake, Turner Co., Dakota.
For Rent.
IJOOMNo. 6, second Hoor, postofRce block,
•H* well adopted for an oflice or sleeping
apartment. Possession tat October. Apply to
JOHN L. PENNINGTON.
Notice.
W7"K have stopped Helling wood by the dol
lar's worth. To secure attention, orders
should not be for less than half a cord.
8YLVE8TKK & BAllBElt.
Strayed or Stolen,
I^ltOMFort
Medicine Creek bottom, ten miles east
of Pierre, about the last of July,
twenty head of half breed horses, all except
four yearling* branded with the letter "ltn on
left hip. A Huitable reward will be paid for
the recovery of the horses or for information
where they can be found. It. KOUB8A1UK,
ttl-dl-w4w Medicine Creek, D. T.
081 on Tuesday evening, September 14th,
while coining from the concert held at the
Methodist Church, on either Linn, Third.
Fourth and Walnut street* or Broadway, a gold
ring net with five pearl* and one garnet. The
finder will confer a great favor by restoring it
to Mr». Maris Taylor on Linn street, between
Fifth and (Sixth, and will also be rewarded.
"\I"Y RESIDENCE on Pearl street, between
Fourth and Fifth. Will be rented
furnished, or without furniture, as may
sirable. One of ihe most conveniently arrang-
Dr. F. J. MAGEE.
ed houses in town.
House and Lot for Sale,
f~1HEAP for cash, on Linn street, near Third.
Enquire on the premises.
L. L. 8HURTLEFF.
For Sale.
Lot
18, block 53, Lower Yankton. Apply at
this office.
jyjoney on Ileal Estate.
GEO. W. ROBERTS.
Dentist*
|J 13. DODGE, DeWitt'a Block,/Third street,
1,1
Yankton, Dakota.
For .Sale.
HE one story frame building adjoining the
store of Jacob Max, and formerly occupied
by Moody Rand as a law office. To be
moved from the premises, Inquire of
JACOB MAX.
Money to Loan.
AN FIRST CLASS FARM PROPERTY at 9
yper cent, interest and reasonable commis
sions. DEWEY & FRENCH,
d&wtf. Attorneys at Law.
For Rent.
A COMFORTABLE dwelling House with five
rooms on Pearl street near Fourth. Good
well of water and small barn on the premises.
E. P.WILCOX,
Second and Mulberry streets.
$300,000.—Five Years.
T^O loan on Farms for improvements and stock
•J- raising by applicant, in Bon Homme,
Hutchinson, Turner, Clay and Yankton count
,, G.W.ROBERTS,
Real Estate and Insurance Agent.
For Runt.
Good dwelliug houses.
ROBERTS.
For Kent.
C!TONE, dwelling house, with six rooms, cis
tern, shrubbery, large garden privilege.
Magnificent view of the citv. Enquire of
O.W.ROBERTS,
Real Estate and Insurance Agent, ad St.
kN TIME, lots 17 and 18. block 45, I^ower
"Yankton. Good residence lots. Applv tu
G. W ROBERTS.
To Kxchamge.
OOO IN MERCHANDISE.consistingol
V—•"W Huts. Cans. Notions and other
goods, in exchange for Farming lands and City
lots. Apply to
GEO. W. ROBERTS,
Real Estate and/Insurance Agent.
asli paid for Yankton Countv orders. Apply
^to G.\V. ROBERTS.
TOBIX & _ADAMS,
Pai nters!
Yankton. Dakota.
S5F*Houfte and Sign Painting. Graining. Or
namental Painting, Paper Hanging. KalKoin
ming, &c. Shop on THlltD STitEET.
Special Tax Sale.
Office of City Tkeascrer Yankton D. T.,
September 'ilth, lte»l.
MOT1CL is hereby given that in pursuance of
an ordinance of the city council of the city
of laukton, D. T., passed and approved August
20th. 1880, «nd entitled:
"An Ordinance. Levying a Special Tax to
'defray the cost and exwnses of a Sidewalk
along tlie north side of Third street-, between
Capital street aud Pine street, in the City of
'Yankton, 1). X."
And due notice having been given of Raid tax
being due and my hands for collection, anil
that the same would become delinquent and
penalty accruc on the 19th day of September.
1KH0, the treasurer of said city of Yankton, D.
1.. will proceed to sell at public auction at the
court house in the cityof Yankton.on Monday,the
eighteenth day of October. 18S0, at tt o'clock a.
m. of said day, all the real estate upon which
said spctnal tax nOw delinquent with accrued
penalty is unpaid, for the purpose of paying
such special tax.
The following is a list of the real estate to be
sold and the amount of said social tax on each
lot. resjwctively:
Jauiet) M. Stone, lot V. block 2*2, amount of tax
amount of penalty $4.18, total amount
$45.41. Paul Stephens, lot 10, block 22, amount
of tax amount of penalty $5.18, total
amount $5.02.
Htnolulions Adopted by the Mitvor mid
Council of the City «r Yankton.
IU it renfilMt by the Mayor ami City Coun
t-it aj the City of yankton, V. T.:
Skotion 1. Tnai it i. and in hereby declared
to tie neeeHsary that a nidewalk »hould lc oon
Btrueteil 111 the north aide if Third 11 reet ill
the City of Yankton in front of and alone the
side of the went ncventy-fivc feet of lot number
nine (II), (fueinK Raid Third street), in block
number three (3), in that part .if Mid Pity ol
Yankton known as and called Lower Yankton.
8*0. 8. That Mid sidewalk shall ho con
structed of wood, be toll foot ill width, and bo
made of the material and in the manner pro
vided by tlie ordinance of said Oity.
8kc. 3. This resolution shall be published
for four consecutive weeks in the official news,
paper of uid City of Yankton.
Adopted Auipist 17, ISNl.
K. T. Wiiitk, Deputy City Clerk.
Approved August 17. INtU.
8TKA M.HOAT8.
Missouri River Transportation Co.
The Steamer
Josephine,
W. H. GOULD
J. 8. COULHO
MASTER
Clekk.
Will Leave Yankton for
FORT PIERRE,
-v And Intermediate Points on
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,1880
On arrival of Train from the East.
For freight or passage apply to Bramble,
Miner & Co., or at the Company's office, First
National Bank, Ynnkton,.Dakota.
Missouri River Transportation Co.
Tlie Steamer
Will leave Yankton for Ft. Pierre and
Cheyenne Agency,
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1880,
On arrival of the Train from the East.
For freight or passage apply to BRAMBLE
MINER & CO, or at the Company's Office, 1st
NATIONAL BANK, Yankton. Dakota.
Proposals for .Snpplle*.
Dakota Hospital for tbr Insase,
Yankton, Sept. 21st, 1U&0.
rpHE TRUSTEES of the Dakota Hospital for
the Insane hereby invite bids for furnish
ing the Hospital with the following articles du
ring the ensuing quarter, all to be delivered at
the Hospital at such times and in such quanti
ties as may be required by the Steward, who
will inspect, reject or receive them:
ANTHRACITE COAL.
SEASONED HARD WOOD.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS.
GROCERIES.
ICE.
Bids are required to be made on blanks fur
nished by the Board of Trustees, which can be
had by applying to the Steward of the Hospital.
The appropriation for incidental expenses be
ing exhausted, parties bidding for fuel whose
bids are
accepted will receive certificates of in
debtedness, the payment of which will be made
put of any future appropriation made for the
purpose by the Legislative Assembly of Dakota.
Bidders whose bids are accepted will be re
quired to enter into bonds for the faithful per
formance of their contraictsin such sums as may
be required by the Board of Trustees.
Bids to be sealed, and the envelops endorsed
"Bids for Hospital Supplies," may be sent to or
left with J. R. Sanborn, at whose oflice they
will be opened at 2 p. m.. Sept. 23th, lS^J.
The Trustees reserve the right to reject any
and all bids. J. R. Saxboun.
President Board of Trustees.
E. P. Wilcox,
Pine Lumber
AND
BUILDING MATERIALS.
A Complete Assortment Furnished in au
Quantity deoircd.
Second a Mclbebrx Sts.
ST. CROIX LUMBER CO.
YANKTON, D. T.
—DEALERS IN—
Pine & HardWood Lumber
fiiltll,
J. K. BANUOftN, Ulydr.
Doors,
Sliiiifr'cs,
Sasli,
WM.BLATT,
Treasurer and Collector of the City of Yankton,
20 27, 1 11 10.
OFFICIAL.
Programme.
Wednesday, September 22d, 1880.
—GHANJ—
Gymnastic Exhibition
1. Exercises in Marching and Statuary, by the
Boys' and Girls1 classes.
t. Brother-work*, by Robert Brauch and Paul
Otto.
3. Pyramids and Groupings, by active Turners.
4. Indian Club Exercises, Win. Reinhardt.
Parallel-bar Turning, by the 1st class of
Turners.
Tableaux, by the active Turners and Ladies.
Pyramids, by active Turners aud Bovs'
classes.
Double Trapeze performance, by Reinhardt
and Oto. This Trapeze performance will
surpass any ever produced in the west, not
excepting professionals.
Curtain Rises at 8 p. m., sharp.
Admission. 25 Cents a Person.
Thursday, September 23d. Opening of
the Fair, at 2 p.m.
Selling and disposing of the various different
valuable articles, a delicious supper, musical
productions by the best amateur talent of the
city, ete., will be the programme. We call your
attention to the Fair especially, as it was
arranged and is under the control and charge of
the Ladies, who have labored to make it a
successful and enjoyable day.
ADMISSION 50c. A PEIiSON.
Friday, September 24th,
GRAND TCHNFEST AND PICNIC, at which
the Turners from Sioux City, Niobrara and
Sioux Falls will take part.
The Procession, headed by a good band, will
leave Turner Hall at 2 i». M., parade through the
^nndjxjil^ streets of the city to "KUNTZ'S
2.-
Programmeat the Grove: 1.—Oration.
Prize Turning in all branches of Turning.
General Turning and Picnic Sports. 4.—Return
to the City.
FRIDAY EVENING, SEPT. 24, AT 8 P. M.,
A GRAND BALL AT TURNER HALL. AD
MISSION FOR GENT AND LADIES, $1.00.
Climax!
THE BOSS
Five Ct. Cigar
-AT-
JEXKIXSON'S.
A. Booth's
Old Reliable Brand of
Fresh Oysters
-AT-
JENKINSON'S THIS EVENING.
IKY GOODS.
L. CONGLETON,
DEALER IN
DRY GOODS
)AN DC-
Ladies' Furnishing Goods
HEWITT'S LOCK. YANKTON.
COOFKK.
Yankton Cooper Shop
Butter Tub Factory.
I
Blinds,
Paper
Orders by mail will receive prompt attention
NewYorkSun
FOR THE CAMPAIGN.
Till. Wkkkia Sun will l»e founl a useful I
auxiliary by all who are earnestly working for
the reform of the National Government- Be-1
lieving that the evils which have so long beset
the country can be cured onlv by a change of
the party in power. TheSun earnestly supimrt*
for President and Viee-Presid
Knomkii.
In orde
'resident, ancock aud
that all those who sympathize with
our purpose may moHt etbciently eo-o^rnte
witli uh. we will send Tor Wkkki.y Srx to clubs,
or single suhscriler8, ixwt paid, for twervty
vtie cents for the next three months.
Address, THE SUN. New York Olty.
Time Books
POll WEEK OH MONTH, for ule »t the Pr**«
A
and Dakotaian oonnting room
HAVE found great diflicultv supplying
my customers with a wnthcient quantity of
Butter Firkins, Tubs, Etc.,
Bnt havrntj enlarged mv estfibhslnnent and
secured m»»re workmen. 1 am now prepared
supply the fanners of laukton and adjoiuing
countics with
White Oak firkins, White Ash Butter
Tubs, Me'it Barrels and
Barrel Churns.
Orders for BKKWKUS WORK, lioth nmkini!
and repairing, will he promptly attended to.
bhop oil Walnut etroct, near levee.
juneldlm-wSm THOS. TOB1N.
MRS. E. J. COGGIXS,
Dealer tn
illi3n.e:cr
LADIES' FURNISHING G0CDS.
Materials for Fancy Work a Specialty
Third St., Yankton, Dakota
iSf"?
FLOUR AND FEED.
1878 1880
Incorporated Jan'y 1,1875.
Excelsior Mill Com'y
T. BRAMBLE,
President.
WM. MINER.
Superintendent
L. VAN TASSEL, Secretary.
MANUFACTURERS OF-—-
Flour,
Corn Meal,
And
btcash paid ronjsa
WHEAT, CORN, OATS, &c
Ft our delivered in all parts of the
city free of charge. Call
see
and
us. Our flour speak•
for itself
CAPITAL STREET,
YANKTON, DAKOTA
WOOD AM) COAL,
S. N. FOLYER,
—D&&LEB IK—
Wood and Coal
HARD AND SOFT WOOD.
Also Sawed and Unsawed Wood.
Pnnsylv-an\a IUinoi* and Iowa
Coal Altcayt on Band. Order* Promptly JUled.
Office and yard on Broadway between
Fourth and Fifth streets.
N E
Dealer in
Drugs, Paints, Oils & Window Glass,
BHOADWAY,
YANKTON, DAKOTA.
NUMBER 126.
BANK*.
iK-
YANKTON BANK!
EDMUNDS & WYNN
BANKERS,
YANKTON DAKOTA.
Do General
Banking, Collection
And Loan Businem,
The Same National
Buy and sell exchange on the principal citien
of the United States and Europe. Special at
tention paid to collections, and remitted for
INVARIABLY ON DAT OF PAYMENT-
Will loan money, pay taxes and sell real estate
tor non-residents, on favorablaterms. Aganta
for reliable Insurance Compames, and insure
property on terms favorable.
THE FIRST NATIONAL
Bank of Yankton
FImhcM
Bran,
Short.
Dealers in all Kinds of Feed.
Agentmfthe
miMSMen
Approved Depository (or DManiag
Officer*.
JAMES C. McVAY, President
H. KeVAY Ctthlw.
Draft, bought and sold. Collection* made and
Promptly remitted for.
PROFESSIONAL.
DEWEY & FRENCH,
Attorneys and Counselors
AT LAW,
YANKTON DAKOTA.
OFFICE:
DEWEY'S LAW BUILDING, THIRD ST.
Practice in all the Courts and make a Special
tr of Collecting and tfecurinf 4
HIDES FURS.
PEIR & LUEBKE
DWAT.WBS nr
HIDES, FURS,
Leather
A N I N I N S
THIRD STREET
Yankton, Dakota.
MILL MACHINERY.
SAM. KAUCHER,
Mill Furnisher.
LEFFLE
WATER WHEEL
A SPECIALTY.
-i-M-i-
New Process and
GRADUAL REDUCTION
MILLS.
IRON AND PORCELAIN
KOLLS.
Mills aud Elevators Constructed and Drawing*
and Plans made, all on the moat
Reasonable Terms.
For sale.
One Circular Saw-Mill.
Oall on or Address,
SAM. KAUCHER,
Merchant* Hotel, Yankton, Dakota.
MONEY FOR MORTGAGES
On Real Estate.
THE CORBIN BANKING CO.
115 Rrosdirtr. Hew York,
Purchase Mortgage* well secured by flint lieu
upon Ooontry Heal Estate at the Terj beat ratm
dftwftm
Fresh Oysters!
-AT-
JENKINSON'S.... .THIS3 VENING.

xml | txt