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^WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER
22,188a
THE DAILY PRESS ft DAKOTAIAN
pabliahed
KVKBT KVKNINO, EXCEFTINO 8UNDAX8.
mn or suBscmiraoii:
By carrier*—Per month, $1 per year, $12. By
mail—Per month, 85
cents per year, $10.
(VOSee on Third afreet, Preaa and Dakotaias
block.
BOWEN KINGSBURY. Proprietor*
LOCAL OBSERVATIONS.
UMITED STiraa Sion
AL Orncrc, I
Yankton 1). T., Septembers, 1880.
Kiter stands 2 feet 5 inches above low
water mark. Maximum temperature up
to 2 p. m. to-day, 65 degrees minimum
temperature in past 24 hours, 45 degrees.
Remember the entertainment at Tin
ner hall this evening.
L. M. Purdy is building a brick barn
on his residence property on Pine street,
Turner hall is handsomely decorated
with flags and evergreens for to-night's
entertainment.
The joist for the first floor of Misch
ke's new Third street block were put in
position to-day.
Bishop H. W. Warren will lecture in
the M. E. church Friday even, Sept.
24th.
Seats free to all.
The weather was cool to-day with
strong indications of rain. An equinox
ial storm is in order.
The corn crop of Yankton county is
much better than was anticipated during
the dry spell in Angust.
The entertainment at Turner hall this
evening commences at 8 o'clock sharp.
Secure your seats early.
Missionary anniversary to-morrow
evening, Sept. 23d, in the M. £. church,
Bev. Wilmot Whitfield, speaker.
At the meeting of the directors of the
artesian well company last night, Gen'l
W. P. Dewey was elected attorney of the
corporation.
Donaldson & Bro's have in connection
with their feed mill a circular saw and
are prepared to saw stove wood for any
parties at reasonable rates.
The business men of Yankton are re
quested to meet at Sanburn's furniture
store this evening at 7:30, to consider
business of public importance.
Paul Hamann, formerly of this city but
now of Niobrara, and Miss Kunze, daugh
ter of August Kunze, were married in
this city last evening. We extend our
congratulations and wish the young
couple a happy and prosperous life.
The dwelling house of J. W. Glazier,
four and a half miles north of Yankton,
was struck by lightning during the storm
of Sunday morning and entirely des
troyed by fire ignited by the electricity.
The property was valued at 81,000, and
was insured for 8600.
Quail are said to be plenty in the
brush above and below town, and some
of our sportsmen have been out to in
terview them, but with indifferent suc
cess. The brush is too thick for success
ful shooting.
Cedar county, Nebraska, is making ex
tensive preparations for its coming agri
cultural fair, which is to be held at St.
James on the 6th and 7th of October.
Major Van is president* of the association
and is working dilligently to make the
fair a success.
The democracy of Bon Homme county
met at Scotland to-day to nominate a
county ticket. The convention for the
nomination of candidates for councilman
and representative for the district com
prising the counties of Bon Homme,
Charles Mix and Brule met at the same
time and place.
The Russian voters of Bon Homme
county met in convention at Scotland on
Saturday and nominated a full ticket,
with the exception of councilman, which
was left blank. Two former citizeuB of
Yankton, Paul Landmann and Charles
Renlberg, were nominated, the first for
representative and the latter for register
of deeds.
Sioux City Journal, 21: H. H. Rudd of
Lodi, who visited the city yesterday, re
ported that the dam and foundation for
a mill which he will build at Calliope on
the Sioux, are about completed. The
improvements so far have cost $3,800,
and the millj when finished will be 'the
boss grinder on the creek, the big Sioux
Falls mill oiiiy accepted.
The series of entertainments to be giv
en by the Yankton Turn-verein will be
opened at Turner hall this evening by an
exhibition of athletic exercises, tableaux,
etc. The entertainment will include ex
ercises by the juvenele classes, which
will be highly pleasing and interesting,
trapeze acts by Messrs. Bernhardt and
Otto, and exhibitions of strength and
skill by the active members of the asso
ciation. The public spirit and enterprise
of the Turners entitle them to the liberal
patronage of the people of Yankton, and
we hope to see Turner hall filled to
night to its utmost capacity. The pro
gramme of the several entertainments
will be found in another column.
The Bismarck Tribune of the 17th,
contains this item: Before Capt. Grant
Marsh left the Yellowstone with the
steamer Batohelor he was most pleasant
ly surprised by being made the recipient
of as fine a pair of ponies as were ever
seen in the northwest. The officers of
the army stationed along the Yellow
stone appreciating the services of the
captain, who is one of the oldest and
most esteemed officers on the Missouri,
and wishing to bxpress their high regard
for himself and his amiable better-half
who shares his popularity, selected the
ponies for Mrs. Marsh from a herd of
four hundred and fifty. They are now
en route for Yankton, where Mrs. Marsh
resides. While the captain is ploughing
the raging Missouri, in command of his
new boat, Mrs. Marsh can enjoy the fine
drives around Yankton behind as pretty
a pair as there is in Dakota.
The Sioux City Journal says it has
•Bi
good authority for the statement that
the Black Hills line of the Northwestern
•will rest at Reed's Ranch, twenty-five
miles east of Pierre, for some time. The
track laying will reach that point about
October 1, and then freight and passen
ger trains will be put on at once, and an
effort made to lay hold of the Black Hills
freight and passenger business, without
waiting for the completion of the road to
the river. Stock yards will be put in at
Reed's which would alto indicate that
the rest there will be of some length. It
is given out that this temporary stop is
to give time for the finishing of some
heavy grading on the Medicine creek be
tween Reed's and the river, but it is more
likely to give time to look over the coun
try between the Missouri and the Black
Hills so as to decide whether the crossing
place of the Missouri will be at the mouth
of the Medicine creek or fifteen miles far
ther up at Pierre. It is possible that no
iron will be laid beyond Reed's this sea
son.
A NEW INDUSTRY.
Proposed FHtabliftHiiient In Yuukton of a
Factory for the Manufacture of Iron
Fences, Plows, Wagons, etc.
A. D. Collier, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa,
arrived in Yankton last evening for the
puitose of looking over the ground and
ascertaining what encouragement our
people will extend toward the establish
ment in this city of a manufactory of iron
fences, plows and other agricultural im
plements. The fence which it is propos
ed to manufacture is composed of iron
posts and barbed wire, and is said to be
very strong and durable, and not expen
sive. It can be manufactured, ready for
use, at sixty cents per rod, which, taking
its durability into consideration, is much
cheaper than the fence material now in
UPC.
It is the design of the firm of which
Mr. Collier is the representative, if the
proper encouragement is afforded
by our citizens, to put in a
manufactory which will employ upwards
of fifty mechanics, and make our city a
market for commodities which are now
purchased outside of the territory. Mr.
Collier will meet the business men of
Yankton this evening at Sanborns furni
ture store,and we trust he will have a good
audience, and that the consideration will
be given to his propositions which their
importance demand.
Bental.
For first class work, or if you wish to
take gas in extracting, call on Dr. Brown,
Union block, Yankton.
NOTICE TO THE LADIES OF YANKTON AND
VICINITY.
Mrs. C. A. Lyons desires to tender to
the ladies of this city and its surround
ings her sincere thanks for the liberal
patronage and kind encouragement
which she has met with during a number
of years of active business in this place,
and expresses the hope that by fair deal
ing and unremitting endeavor, she will
continue to merit a fair share of patron
age for the future.
JT. /. farmer
Has just returned from New York City,
having bought the largest and best as
sorted stock of fall and winter goods ever
brought to Yankton, Dakota. His goods
are now arriving and being opened at his
store for inspection. He defy's competi
tion and will sell at as low doicn prices as
any other house. Call and examine his
MAMHOTH STOCK of fall goods before
making your purchases, "No trouble to
S^iow goods." L. D. PAKMEK.
Mtress Goods! Gootfti/ IPresn
Goods/
Two hundredfpieces Dress Goods' con
sisting of black and colored all wool
Cashmeres black and colored all wool
momies Debirge, Armures, Crepes,
Lusters, Alapaca, Poplins, Mohair, Drab
te-ta, Mendoro cloth, Foulard Salmon
Scarlet, blue and corn colored cashmeres
Washington, Kester, Germania anc
Kaiser Plaids also the Dresden, Per
sian and Fancy All Wool Suitings, to
gether with Hankerchief dress novelties,
just received from New York City, and
now exhibited at low down prices at
L. D. PABMER'S,
For Sale—Breeding Stock.
We have for sale a fine lot of calves,
yearlings and Bulls, Tltoroughbred Short
Horn Breed, of the best families. Also
one hundred and twenty sheep, COTS
WOLD BUCKS and ewes, large size and well
bred. Fc-'ty POLAND CHINA BOARS and
sows. All of the above are our own
breeding. Will be pleased to show the
stock at all times. Enquire at the Jencks
hotel or on the ranch, four miles west of
Yankton. Postoffice address
HOTOTON BROS.,
Yankton, D. T.
M'lenty of Money
To loan at eight per cent on improved
farms. J. PARKER HAYWARD,
Yankton, D. T.
To my Patrons and the Public
Please take notice I will sell loin
steaks at 10 cents per pound, rib roasts
at 8 cents per pound. Also mutton,
pork and all kinds of lneats in like pro
portion for CASH. A full assortment of
vegetables on hand. Also choice butter.
Cash paid for butter, eggs hides and
pelts. The oldest stand in the city.
T. N. BUAT.
A large stock of wall paper and a full
line of window curtains and curtain fix
tures cheaper than elsewhere in Dakota
E. M. COATS' Drug Store.
Setclng Machine* and Furniture.
In addition to my furniture business,
I have received the agency of the cele
brated White sewing machine, the im
proved Wilson sewing machine and the
improved Victor sewing machine. ^I'he
companies warrant these machines for
five years. Call at my furniture store
and examine them.
I sell, also, all kinds of furniture at low
down prices.
Third street, next door to Katz's cloth
ing store. P. L. LINDHOIH.
Schoregge is serving delicious ice
cream at his Third street parlors.
JPKRSOXAL.
J. J. Felber, of St. Helena, was in town
last evening.
A Genick, of San tee agency, was in
town last night.
Sheriff Ptak, of Bon Homme county,
was in Yankton yesterday.
Simon Eiseman, of Counoil Bluffs, ar
rived in Yankton last evening.
Dr. and Mrs. Hoyt returned to their
home at Swan Lake yesterday.
Assessor Ellerman, of Jamesville, was
visible upon our streets to-day.
Otto Hoeee, a leading citizen of St.
James, Neb., was in town last night.
G. H. Glass and G. W. Elder, of Bis
marck, are registered at the Merchants.
D. C. Wiseman and W. E. Anderson,of
Dead wood, are registered at the Jencks.
Guy R. Wilbur, one of the legal lights
of St. Helena, was in Yankton last even
ing.
Geo. E. Merchant, superintendent of
the Sioux City & Dakota railroad was in
Yankton last night.
J. R. Gamble returned last evening
from Ponca, Nebraska, where he had
been on legal business.
Cal Seabold, formerly of the firm ot C.
W. Seabold of this city, returned last,
night from the Black Hills.
James Clark, formerly in the grocery
business in this city, returned last even
ing from a few months residence in the
Black Hills.
N. L. Witcher, one of the original
freighters on the Pierre road, arrived last
night from the Hills. He went to Sioux
City this morning.
Gen. John Cook, United States Indian
agent at Rosebud, arrived last evening
from St. Paul, and will take passage on
the first boat for his agency.
Masters Wade Bnrleigh and Lee Mor
row, who have been spending their sum
mer vacation with Dr. Burloigh on the
Yellowstone river, returned to Yaukton
yesterday.
31. H. Day, who returned last evening
from a trip to Elk Point, left this morn
ing for Scotland to attend the democra
tic county convention for Bon Homme
county which met at that place to-day.
The Xftr ifoire Seiciny Machine.
I have received the agency of this
Machine. The company warrant them
for five years. Call at my merchant
tailoring store and examine them before
buying elsewhere. Third street, one
door west of the Jencks hotel.
M. GRADY.
JCnff Goodh.
FIFTY Doz. GENTS'. Ladies' and child
ren's knit under wear just received from
New York City and for sale by
L. D. PARMER.
Rags, Iron, and all kinds of metals
bought for cash or trade, at J. C. Mor
mon's Capital street Hardware Store.
Dried Buffalo Tongues at
BLATT & BCERDORF'S.
Stine & Enns have received thirty bar
rels of fine eating and cooking apples
which they are selling cheap for cash.
Carpets Carpet*.'.' Carpets
Fifty pieces of carpets, consisting of
all wool 3 plys, extra superfine and sup
erfine carpets, also a nice assortment of
TAPESTRY BITOSSELSOF the latest pattern
Venitian, Damask, Rag and Stair car
pets, Napier and Cocoa mattings, Crumd
cloths, Tapestry Brussels Rugs, and
Felt cloth, together with a good assort
ment of floor Oil Cloths of 1, and
14 in widths of No. 1,2 and 3 in quality
and for sale as cheap as can be bought
west of Chicago. Call and examine be
fore purchasing. L. D. PARMER.
Ladies, Children's and Gent's Ho
slery.
1,000 Dozen Hosiery consisting of
Ladies', Children's and gents' goods in
cotton, merinoes and wool of all sizes in
every quality and price, from ten cents
to two dollars a pair, juBt received from
New York City and for sale at the cheap
store of L. D. PABMERS.
Bleached and Broien Muslin,
TEN THOUSAND YARDS Bleached and
Brown Muslins, 200 pieces prints, and 50
pieces Ginghams, just received from New
York City and for sale by
L. D. PARMER.
Cloaks Cloaks Cloaks
100 Ladies Cloaks just received from
New York City and for sale at prices
ranging at from 82 to $20 each. Also to
arrive in a few days 50 children and
misses cloaks and for sale at prices to
suit the times. Give these cloaks a
thorough examination before making
your purchases. L. D. PABMER.
Notice To The Ladies.
I will have on exhibition, TUESDAY,
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, the 21st,
22d and 23d of September, a fine line of
Pattern Hats, embracing all the novelties
of the season. Please call and inspect.
A special invitation is extended to the
gentlemen. Mrs. C. A. Lyons,
The undersigned wishes to inform the
ladies of Yankton that his immense stock
of Dry Goods,&c., is arriving daily. Give
me a call before purchasing elsewhere,
and convince yourself of my prices.
JACOB MAX.
Call and inspect the Mammoth stock
of Millinery and Ladies' Novelties at
Mrs. C.A. Lyons '.
The largest, finest and cheapest Os
trich Tips in the city at
MBS. C. A. LYONS'.
Wanted
A good, stout, active boy who desires
to learn the bakery and confectionery
trade can find steady employment by
applying to
H. A. SCHOREGOE, Third street.
For Rent or Sate.
The house recently occupied by Maj.
Gregory, on 3rd street, second door from
my residence, is for sale or rent. Posses
sion immediately.
JOHN L. PENNINGTON.
A fine selection of Kid Gloves at bot
tom prices at Mrs. C. A. Lyons'.
The latest novelties in Ribbons at Mre.
A. Lyons'.
THK tli I'M.
The steamer Josephine arrived last
evening from up the river.
The steamer Josephine will leave for
Pierre to-morrow evening.
The Fontenelle was aunounoed to leave
Sioux City for Pierre last evening.
The steamers Nellie Peak and General
Terry, of the Peek line, will leave Yank
ton on Saturday, the 25th, the former for
Fort Benton and the latter for Bismarck.
See advertisements.
Sioux City Journal: Capt. Grant
Marsh is in the city to take up his new
ferryboat, the Jim Leigh
ton, to Bismarck*
Capt. Marsh is highly pleased with his
new oraft. She draws but nine inohes for
ward and fifteen inches at her stern with
all her machinery on.
IN SEARCH OF LIGHT.
To Th Press ami Dakotaian
Yankton, D. T., Sept. 22, 1880—1 no
ticed in your report of the laying of the
corner stone of the new Episcopal church
the other day that the photographs of
Bishops Whipple and Clarkson were
placed in the box, but that the photo
graph of Bishop Hare was-not. Can yon
inform us"tf the reason of this omssion,
and oblige
AN ANXIOUS INQUIRER.
For MCciit.
Two rooms recently occupied by Dr.
Buchanan as offices over Eiseman's
store. Also, one room suitable for bed
room or office. Enquire of
C. EISEMAN.
II'ater J'rtio/'H ami Bearers.
FIFTY PIECES WATER PROOFS, Beaver
and Camel Hair cloakings just received
from New York City and for sale by
L. D. PARMER.
A large stock of Cashmeres, in all the
atest colors, just received and for sale a,
bottom prices, at JACOB MAX'S.
fieuna bread received the first pre
mium at the centennial exhibition. For
sale at SCHOREOGE'S.
Fresh Oyster*
Served in every style at reasonable
hours, at PIKE'S.
Il'antcrl.
A competent girl to do general house
work. Apply to MRS. ETTER.
Two car loads of Boots, Shoes, Dry
Goods and Groceries, just received by
JACOB MAX.
Girl Wanted.
A good girl competent to do general
housework. Apply to
MBS. WM. POWEBS,
Corner Capital and 4th Sts.
Just received at China Hall Mason's
Fruit Jar.
To Loan.
Two hundred dollars, real estate secu
rity. at fair rates of interest.
E. T. WHITE.
Kid Gloves, just received at Mrs. E. J.
Coggins'.
FRESH OYSTERS received to-night
at Shorregge's and will be received regu
larly hereafter.
JKWKLKY.
H. G. Clark,
Successor to VANCOTT, CLARK &
CO., will carry on the
a
-AND-
E W E
Business as usual at the old stand,
first door west of the Postoftice,
Yankton,
Dakota.
J. P. REDAELLI,
Repairer and Dealer to
Watches, Clocks & Jewelry,
Third Street, opposite the Pros and Dakota.
ian ofhno.
5S-ALL WORK WARRANTED.,^
MEAT MARKET.
FAMILY MARKET
Broadway, Yankton. Dakota
PATRICK BRENNAN
WILL SUPPLY
Fresh Meats,
Salt Meats, Fish and Game.
—)txo oaniBt(—
A Full Line of Vegetables in Seaaon
Always on band.
Fresh Oysters!
—AT-
JENKINSON'S THISj VENING.
PAIKTlNtt.
Carriage Painting.
s-T'-V*
Having secured the ser
vices of Mr. W. A. Wells,
mi experienced work
man, "we are prepared to
do all kinds of
Carriage Painting
^SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Scmple & 31 on roc,
Broadway, bet. 2d and 3d Sts.
SEMPLE & MONROE,
House Painters,
Graining, Glazing and
Kalsoming.
PAPER HANGING A SPECIALTY.
work guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Shop at COATKS' stand. Broadway.
E&^Orders left at Milts iV Purdv's and at K.
M. Coates' will receive prompt attention.
FUltNHTKK.
J. R. SANBORN & SON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
FURNITURE, MATTRESSES
Mirrors.
Upholstered Goods,
UNDERTAKER'S GOODS,
Union Block, ... Third St,
YANKTON, DAKOTA.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
THE
Oldest Liquor House
IN THE NORTHWEST.
Adler & Ohlman
WHOLESALE
Liquor Dealers
YANKTON, DAKOTA.
Keep constantly on band the following brand®
of liQUors:
McBrayer's, Taylor's, Shawhan, Ander
son County, Monock and Castle Rock
KENTUCKY WHISKIES!
Also, Onr Favorite
MILLER, GOLD SPRING,
BLUE ARABS, BOYD, Ac. Ac
Which we are selling at very low prices. Also
a full stock of
Imported Wines & Liquors,
The Largest Stock of
a--a.ss.
Ever brought to the Territory. Seidenberg'*
Key West a Specialty. Sole agents for
Sclilitz's Milwaukee Beer.
By the Keg or Case.
In fact everything usually kept in a first class
liquor store.
We are prepared to fill orders for any quanti
ty of Winea, Liquors, Cigars and Tobaccos, and
guarantee satisfaction, and at prices lower than
ever before.
Adler & Olilman.
1IEEK.
The Celebrated Jos. Schlitz
MILWAUKEE
CN DRAUGHT AT
O W N S
Third St. Sample Rooms.
Brown having: refitted the
MERCHANTS BILLIARD PARLOR
will alio keep at that establishment
Joseph Schliti's Milwaukee Beer
on draught.
*or keeping
Beer COOt
and FRESH are unequalled, and he is at all
times prepared to
furnish this invigorating bev
erage at both of his establishments.
Gentlemanly bar tenders officiate and Brown
is ready to guarantee satisfactory attention and
satisfactory goods.
The best of
Wines, Cigars and Liquors
at both places
CALL AT BROWN'S
Sample Rooms
aad Billiard
Parlor.
MONEY FOR MORTGAGES
On Heal Estate.
THE CORBIN BANKING CO.
1U» Broadway, Mew Tork,
Pnrcbue Mortsasoi well aeenred by flrat lira
npon Country Beal Katate at the very Mat rate.
d&wlm
IIAKKh.
YANKTON HANK!
EDMUNDS & WYNN
BANKKK9.
YANKTON DAKOTA.
Do a General
Banking, Collection
And Loan BuxinesM,
The Same as National
Buy and sell exchange on the principal cities
of the United State* and Europe. Special at*
tention paid to collections, and remitted for
INVAKIARLY ON DAY OF PAYMENT.
Will loan money, pay taxes and sell real estate
tor non-residents, on favorable terms. Agents
for reliable Insurance Companies, and insure
property on termR favorable.
THE FIRST NATIONAL
Bank of Yankton
Fin*nci*t Afenti/the United States
Approved Depository for Disbursing
Officers.
JAMES C. McVAY, President
W. H. McVAY Cashier.
Drafts bought and sold. Collection* made and
Promptly remitted for.
ruorixsio.NAL.
DEWEY & I
Attorneys and Counselors
AT LAW,
YANKTON DAKOTA.
OFFICE: .fe
DEWEY'S LAW BUILDING, THIRD ST.
Practice in all the Courts and make a Special
tr of Collecting and Securing Claim.
HIDKS & runs.
E I & E E
DEALERS IN
HIDES, FURS,
TO BIN & ADAMS,
Painters!
Yankton, Dakota.
and flUrn Painting. Qrainlne n.
namcntal Painting, Paper Hanging, Kafcmn"
ining. Ac. Bliop on TIIIKD BTlffiiflf.
Programme.
Wednesday, September 22d, 1880.
—GRAND—
Gymnastic Exhibition
PART I.
ExcrciHO* in Marching and Statuary, |,v tl,„
UOVH' and Oirln' clanae*.
Bnjthor-workH, by Kobcrt Branch and Paul
Pyramid!, and Qroupin™ by activc Turner*
Indian Club KxurciHcs, Wm. Keinhardt.
PAIIT II.
Parallel-bar Turning, by the l«t cliuw „f
Turners.
Tableaux, by the active TorniT* anil LadiP»
lyraimdn, by active TurnerH and
I
Leather
A N I N I N S
THIRD STREET
Yankton, Dakota.
MILL MACHINERY.
SAM. KAUCHER,
Mill Furnisher.
LEFFLE
WATER WHEEL
A SPECIALTY.
New Procesa and
GRADUAL REDUCTION
MILLS.
IRON AND PORCELAIN
ROLLS.
Mills and Elevators Constructed aad Drawing*
aud Plans made, all on the most
Reasonable Terms.
For Kale,
One Circular Saw-Mill.
OaU on or Address,
SAM. KAUCHER,
Morchanta Hotel, Yankton, Dakota
MISCKI.I.AN'KOUS.
BROADWAY UHPOLSTERING
AND
Second Hand Store
J. E. GIIJLIESPIE,
Proprietor.
WTSecond Band Fqrnitnre bought and_d
sold. Unholstenng of all kinds done to
order. Mattresses always on
hand. Old Mattresses
made over.
flr"Cushions,
Curtains, Lambrequins. Ac. Ac.
made to order*
c.L&u,Tssr' c*rrUgo
f^Hniake Upholstering a specialty. All
work done in a workmanlike manner.
Biy":
Doublo Trapeie performance, by lleinhnrdt
and OUi. riiw Trapeze twrformance will
HurpaHM any ever produced in the went n,,I
excepting professional*.
Curtain Rises at..
Admission
8 p. m„ sharp.
.. .25 Cents a Person.
Thursday. September 23d, Opening of
the Fair, at 2 p. m.
Selling and diHpOHini of the various different
valuable articles, a rdelicious supper, musical
productions by the best amateur talent of tliu
city, etc., will be the programme. We call
ynJr
attention to the Fair especially, US it WHK
arranged and is under the control and charge of
the IjitdieH, who have labored to make it a
xucccKtiful and enjoyable day.
ADMISSION 50E. A PK1180N.
Friday, September 24th,
GRAND TCltNFEST AND PICNIC, at whi.
the Turnera from Bioux City, Niobrara and
Sioux Falls will take part.
The l*rocession, headed by a good band, will
leave Turner Hall at 2 v. M., parade through tli««
^rmdjjul^ street* of the city to "KUNTZ'S
Programme at the Grove I.—Oration. 2.—
Prize Turning in all branches of Turning.
General Turning and Picnic Sports. Kcturn
to the City.
FRIDAY EVENING, SEPT. Si, AT 8 P. M.
AGHAND BALL AT TUllNElt HALL. AD
MISSION POK GENT AND LADIES, §1.(10.
COOl'EK.
Yankton Cooper Shop
AND
Butter Tub Factory.
HAVE found great difficulty in supplying
my customers with a sufficient quantity of
Butter Firkins, Tubs, Etc.,
But having enlarged my establinhment and
secured more workmen. 1 am now prepared to
supply the farmers of Yankton and adjoining
counties with
White Oak Firkins, White Ash Butter
Tubs, Me&t Barrels and
Barrel Churns.
Orders for BREWERS WORK, both making
and repairing, will be promptly attended to.
Shop on Walnut street, near levee.
juneldlm-w3m THOS. TOBIN.
LUMBEK.
E. P. Wilcox,
Pine Lumber
AND
BDILDINO MATERIALS.
A Complete AsRortment PitmtHhed in any
Qiruitily desired.
SKCOND A MCLBENM STS.
ST. CROIX LUMBER CO.
YANKTON, D. T.
-(tot)-
—DEAJ.P.HS IN—
Pins* & Hard Wood dumber
ALSO
l.atli,
Doors,
Shingles,
Sash,
iillmX
lluil1itlr
J'aper
Ordem'hy mail will receive prompt attention
hotki.S.
Germania
YANKTON,
w5d Bnw5r
To""-
of Broadway, between Sec­
ond and Third, opposite Minnesota House.
House,
Douglas Ave., near Third St..
DAKOTA.
WALLBAUM & BECKER,
ftt-i'ov*.
This house is the headquarters for travelers antf
immigrant*. Good stabling.

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