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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1880.
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THK DAILY PRESS & DAKOTAIAN
I* published
EVERX EVENING, EXOEPTiNQ SUNDAYS.
TsaMB or BCBSCBiPTioN:
By carrier*—Per month, tl per year, (12. By
mail—Per month, 85 cents per year, $10.
fRS®" on Third atreet. Press and Dakotaian
BOWEK A KINGSBURY, Proprietors.
Republican Hass Meetings in Southern
Dakota.
heTd"
Repttl
and
ere vrill be a series of political meetings
under the auspices of the Territowal
jblican Central Committee at the times
places designated below:
At llunmng Water, Friday, October 22. Speak
er*—R. J. Gamble, E. G. 8niith and liev.
rp
Ramsey.
At Tyndall, Saturday. Oct. 23, at 2 p. in. Shak
ers—O.A. Wetter, R. J. Gamble, E. G. Smith.
At Wagner's 8ohool House, Wanara, Saturday,
October 23, at 7 p. m. Speakers—G. A. Wet
ter, J. R. Gamble, F. A. Morgan.
At Bon Homme, Monday, Oct. 23. at 7 p. in.
Speakers—J. L. Pennington, £.
G. Smith.
At Springfield, Saturday, Oct. 30, at 7 p. m.
Speakers—H. J. Campbell, J. R. Gamble.
At Scotland, Tuesday. Oct. 2ff, at 2 p. m. Speak
ers—J. L. Pennington. G. A. Wetter.
At Marion Junction, Wednesday, October 27,
at 7 p. m. Speakers—J. L. Pennington, C.
Winsor, J. W. Carter.
At Parker, Thursday, Oct. 28, at 7 p. m. Speak
ers—J. L. Pennington, G. H. Hand.
At Lennox, Friday, October 29. at 2 p. m.
Speakers—John L. Pennington, O. H. Winsor,
J. W. Carter.^
At Alexandria, Friday. October 20, at 7 p. m.
Speakers—Geo. H. Hand, James liayues.
At Mitchell, Saturday, Oct. 80, ut 7 p. m.
Qeo.H. Hand, G. L. Faust.
At Canton, Friday, Oct. 20. at 7 p. m. Speakers
—J. L. Pennington, C. H. Winsor, J. W.
Carter.
At Elk Point, Saturday, October 30, at 7 p. m.
Speakers—J. L. Pennington, J. L. Jolly.
At Menao. Speakers—G. A. Wetter, R. J.
Gamble.
BY ORDEB OP THE COUMITTEK.
"To-lay» Advertisements.
Fancy Groceries, fruits, etc—Stine E Enns.
M. Grady—Ladies1 goods.
Turner's Ball, October 38.
Fresh Butter—Jenkinson.
Sociable—M. E. Society.
YANKTON CHAPTER NO. 1, R. A. M.
Regular meeting this evening. Work
in M. E. degree.
IHl'.ll JLACOX1VS.
The St. Helena political meeting called
for to-night, has been postponed.
The Milwaukee company is building
an immense water tank at Elk Point,
with a brick underpinning.
Ten dollars per ton was asked for liny
on the streets yesterday, the blizzard in
creasing its value temporarily.
The interruption in railroad transpor
tation by the storm has produced a great
scarcity of the best grade of kerosene oil.
D. B. Oooley receives orders from sev
eral hundred miles away for the saddles
manufactured by him here in Yankton.
J)uring Wm. Tobin's absence in the
upper country some one burglarized his
paint shop and stole all his tools, Tobin
knows the man who did the job and has
an eye on him.
Several loads of wheat and other
produce were in the market to-day. The
disappearance of the snow is making the
roads very bad and until they improve
there will not be much movement of pro
duce.
C. H. Van Tassel is of .the opinion that
there was little loss among Jim river cat
tle growers by the blizzard. The cattle
up- that way are all in first class condi
tion and aie generally able to stand a
much worse storm.
An antelope was killed by a settler
near.Gayville a day or two ago, and it is
being served out to-day to the customers
of Bray's Capital street market. Several
of these animals have been seen recently
e&st of-the Jim in this county.
During and since the storm so little
wheat came into town-that the Exoelsior
mill was compelled to shut down, but
to-day receipts have been about 500
bushels, and grinding is resumed. Prices
range from 75 to 77 cents per bushel.
The sick Russian,who was a member of
the party which arrived on Monday even
ing, and of whose sickness mention was
made in yesterday's paper, died last
night and was buried to-day. As yet
there are no other cases of sickness among
the newly arrived immigrants.
The only son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Krudwig, of the Pacific house, died last
night of diphtheria. The deceased wag a
bright and intelligent .lad of five and a
half years of age, and his loss is a sore af
fliction to the family. The funeral will
take place at two o'clock to-morrow.
The Turners' will give their second
grand ball on Tuesday next, the 26th
inst. All arrangements are for a first-class
entertainment and complete and suffi
cient tickets are already sold to insure
success. Their entertainments are always
and deserve to be, well patronized.
Will Lower went down the road this
morning with a squad of men to pick up
the telegraph wire and place it where it
will work. He was out most of the day
yesterday and expects to have the wire
up as far as Gayville to-night. George
Naile is working with another squad
from the Sioux City end and it is proba
ble that theliriewill be in working order
•gain by the end of this week.
DriBucb»i)ftn has had an experience
with a character of the tramp species and
deairea, to warn his fejlow beings against
placing too much confidence in an un
grateful individual. He gave his name
as Fori Hervey, said he was of 'rich-but
respectable parents and had a brother
who was a Presbyterian minister. He
had previously worked for a man named
Kidder at Vermillion.- Upon these rec
ommendations the doctor took him in
and Iqaned him a pair of pants, a pair of
overshoes and a pair of gloves and per
mitted him to lunch at the family board
and deep under the roof, meantime pay
ing Jhim aeventy-flve cents a day for pre
tending to extricate potatoes from the
doctor's patch. The man went away
jrery suddenly and took with him his
wages and all the clothes the doctor had
V4S?
S
,\ ,1 vi,ys
loaned liim, besides being well filled with
tlie provender which abounds at the Bu
ohanan house. The dootor is anxious
that no .one elae be impoaednpon and
for the protection of the public has
given us these details to work np. ••«•.:,i
The county commissioners met this
afternoon for the purpose of receiving
and acting upon tlie report of Oharles
Eiseman, A. F. Hay ward and Robert Oox,
the reviewers appointed to assess the
damages douo to the lands of H. F.
Jenoks & Son and Maj. J. M. Stone by
the locution of a public highway on the
line separating their lauds. The re
viewers made the following report:
To the honorable board of County Commit
sioner* for the county of Yankton, D. T.:
GENTLEMEN—We the undersigned cit
izens of said county, having been ap
pointed by your honorable body as review
ers in the case of u"certain!proposed high
way petitioned for by C. E. Brooks, Wm.
Boxand.others, have the honor to report
follows:
According to instructions we met at
thepSice of the county clerk, on October
lltli. 1880, at 10 o'clock a. m. and quali
fied by taking the prescribed oath in the
regular manner. Some of the alleged
aggrieved parties'wishing for a postpone
ment of the oase, we adjourned to meet
on October 18,1880.
Pursuant to adjournment we met on
October 18, 1880, and adjourned until
October 20,1880, when we again met and
the protesting parties being present, we
proceeded to perform the duties imposed
on us.
After a careful examination of
the proposed highway and
the lands adjaoent thereto,
we believe and recommend to your hon
orable body that damages in the follow
ing amounts and to the following parties
be allowed
H. F. and Leroy M. Jeucks $ 501X1
nines M.
Miss Lillie Blunt, a former resident of
Yankton, arrived last night from St
Louis on a visit.
Wm. Tobin returned last night from
Santee agency, where he has been en
gaged in doing a large job of painting.
The first freight train since the storm
arrived to-night, and three or four more
are expected between now and to-mor
row.
Mrs. Capt. Jackson, of Foit Sully, ar
rived from the east last night, and is the
guest of Dr. and Mrs. Cravens. She will
remain in Yankton until a steamboat
leaves for Sully.
Maj. James M. Brown and C.M. Bunt
ing, late of Philadelphia, after making
a thorough inspection of nearly all parts
of southeastern Dakota for locations for
cattle ranches, have selected, land near
Forestburgi on the Jim, which they will
stock with cattle. These gentlemen are
now in Yankton, but will leave in a day
or two to permanently locate upon their
land.
Xottee.
The first sociable of the M. E. Society
for this season will be held in the M. E.
Church on Friday evening, Oct. 22nd.
Music, recitations, innocent amusements
and refreshment will be the order of the
evening. Admission 10 cents.
Jtental.
For first class work, or if you wish to
take gas in extracting, call on Dr. Brown,
Union block, Yankton.
Fresli buckwheat flour, at
BLATT
&
v§.
A'NEW R0A0. \:'r
The County Commissioners Itoclde to
Open a Public Highway Between tlie
Fnrms of II. F. Jencks A Son ami M«jor
J. M, Stone.
Stone 150 00
CHARLES EISEMAN,
A. F. HAYWARD,
ROBERT Cox.
The commissioners adopted the report
of the reviewers, and ordered the road to
be opened and established.
The proposed road has its initial point
about one mile northeast of town, and
passes northward between the lands of
the above named parties, and along and
through the lands of Wm. Box, Captain
Brooks and others.
Just Jtvenfred.
A new and select stock of goods suit
able for Ladies' Dolmans and Ulsters.
Call and examine before purchasing
elsewhere. M. GKADT, Third St.
FEHSOXAl,.
A. L. Riggs, of Santee agency, is in
town.
E. D. Canfield, of Yankton agency, is
in town to-day.
Maj. W. D. E. Andrus, agent for the
Yankton Indians, is in town to-day.
F. C. Hills, manager of the Sioux City
and Pacific railroad, arrived to-night.
P. B. Gordon, superintendent of the
mill and work-shops at Yankton agency,
ia in town.
A. T. Walls, of the firm of Hornick &
Walls, Sioux City, is doing business in
Yankton to-day.
BUERDORF'S.
If you want Life Insurance, remember
ihat The Mutual, of New York, is repre
sented in Yankton. It has assets
amounting to nearly ninety millions, and
its rates aie about
15
per cent lower than
any other company.
J. PARKER HAYWARD,
Agent.
.Votice.
All persons are warned against pur
chasing City Warrants, for I will pay
none drawn in favor of any person from
whom taxes may be due the city. By
order of the City Council.
WM. BLATT, Treasurer.
For Hen* or Sale.
The house recently occupied by Maj.
Gregoiy, on 3rd street, second door from
my residence, is for sale or rent. Posses
sion immediately.
JOHN L. PENNINGTON.
Iron, and all kinds of metals
bought for cash or trade, at J. C. Mor
mon's Capital street Hardware Store.
L. D. 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 down, prices as
any other house. Call and examine his
MAMMOTH STOCK of fall goods before
making your purchases, "No trouble to
show goods." L. D. PABMKR.
O
1
The Peninah, from Sioux Oity for
Pierre, is expeoted at Yankton to-night
or early to-morrow.
The C. K. Peek is loading at Sioux
City for Pierre and is expected to reach
Yankton about Saturday.
The steamer Big Horn, of the Coulson
line, loaded with Indian goods for Rose
bud landing, left to-day at noon.
The Fontenelle, of the Peck line, left
this afternoon for Fort Pierre. She had
a full load of freight and a number of
passengers.
The Nellie Peck, from Sioux City, is
expeoted to reaoh here to-morrow. Her
destination is Forts Sully and Bennett.
There are about twenty passengers in
Yankton awaiting the arrival of that
boat to take passage to poiuts above
Pierre.
The steamer Big Horn had a narrow
escape last night from destruction by
fire. It is a custom on steamboats to
keep a coal oil stove burning in the pan
try to keep coffee warm for the watch
u. Last night while the watchman
was on the lower deck, the file from the
lamp was communicated to the wood
work in the pantry, and if it had not
been that the stoward fortunately awoke
about this time and had his attention at
tracted by the smell of smoke, the Big
Horn might have beeu a thing of the
past. A few pails full of wator, applied
where they did the most good, were suf
ficient to quench the incipient fire.
Notice.
.Office of City Treasurer Yankton, D.T.,
Oct. 1st. 1880.—The taxes for the year
1880 are now due and in my hands for
collection. I will attend to the duties of
the office on all business days and hours.
WM. BLATT, City Treasurer.
For Jtent.
Two rooms recently occupied by Dr,
Buchanan as offices over Eiseman's
store. Also, one room suitable for bed
room or office. Enquire of
Any one wishing a good stand for
business where a small capital is required,
can hear of one by addressing N. P.,Post
office box 619, Yankton, D. T.
A large stock of Cashmeres, in all the
atest colors, just received and for sale a,
bottom prices, at JACOB MAX'S.
A fine selection of Kid Gloves at bot
tom prices at Mrs. C. A. Lyons'.
The New Lithograph Map
—OF THE—
CITY OF YANKTON,
Not mounted,
PRICE-ONE DOLLAR EACH,
For sale by J. PARKER HAYWARD, Yankton, D.T.
A large stock of wall paper and a full
line of window curtains and curtain fix
tures cheaper than elsewhere in Dakota
at E. M. COATS' Drug Store.
Kings Self-Rising Buckwheat Flour
for sale, at WALTER H. CARE'S.
Fried Oyotera.
Put up in Boxes—40 cts. per doz., at
JENKINSON'S.
Vvvsh Oi/aterH
Served in every style at reasonable
hours, at PIKE'S.
Farmers, don't fail to call on Cristoph
Steinbach, Serr's block' during your stay
in town.
Two car loads of Boots, Shoes, Dry
Goods and Groceries, just received by
JACOB MAX.
To Loan.
Two hundred dollars, real estate secu
rity, at fair rates of interest.
E. T. WHITE.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, a large
assortment just received, by
H. H. CLARK, & Co.,
Successors to VanCott. Clark & Co.
CHOICE QUINCES.
(1.00 A BASKET,
WALTER
AJEI~CARR'S.
Chipped dried beef at Blatt & Buer
dorf's.
Kid Gloves, just received at Mrs. E. J.
Coggins'.
Fresh oysters by the can or case at
Schoregge's.
Trout antf ll'Aifc Fifth.
Fresh Mackerel, Trout and White Fish
received every Thursday evening at
JENKINSON'S,
Turner Hall.
Friday & Saturday, Oct. 22d & 23d.
THE ORIGINAL
DAN AND JOSIE MORRIS,
As Barney the Guide and Nora.
^-SULLIVAN'S MIRROR OF IRELAND
and COMEDY COMPANY of McEVOY'S HI
BERN1CAN* in connection with a Panorama
of Ireland, showing over 100
beautiful pictures
of Ireland., besides a grand entertainment.
t3F~Re&erved seats at the Postoftice Book
store.
Turner Hall.
Tuesday, Oct. 26th.
The TURNER'S willjfive their second grand
Ball of the season at Tnrner Hall on the above
date. Tickets of admission. $1.00.
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WM. BLATT.
F. LEECH,
ED 8CHOREGGE,
Committee of Arrangements.
Ticket* for sale at Wise Bros., J. Sicbert'n,
John Duffack's, and Blatt & Buerdorfs.
HARRY1?Has
KATZ,
Third
Street,
C. EISEMAN.
The undersigned wishes to inform the
ladies of Yankton that his immense stock
of Dry Goods,&o., is arriving daily. Give
me a call before purchasing elsewhere,
and convince yourself of my prices.
JACOB MAX.
Yankt0ning
Dakota.
inspection his new
Stock of Fall and
Winter Clothing
for Men, Youth,
Boys and Child
ren's wear.
His assortment
of Styles and Pat
terns is the most
varied he has had
for years. I would
call particular at
tention to my large
and elegant stock
of Business Suits,
Fall Weight Overcoats
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
No one who con
sults his own in
terest will buy one
Dollar's worth of
Clothing, Furnish-
PAINTING. CKOCKKUY,
Carriage Painting,
Having: secured the ser
vices of Mr. W. A. Wells,
ail experienced work
man, we are prepared to
do all kinds of
Carriage Painting
SarSATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Semple & Monroe,
Broadway, bet. 2d and 3d Sts.
TOBIN & ADAMS,
Painters
Yankton, Dakota.
{3^-House and Sign Painting. Graining. Or
iraental
ining, &c.
naraental Painting, Paper Hanging. Kaisom
Shop on TH1UD STBEET.
SEMPLE & MONKOE,
House Painters,
Graining, Glazing and Kaisoming.
PAPER HANGING A SPECIALTY.
^EP^All work guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Shop at COATXH stand, Broadway.
{7~Order* left at Mills & Pordy's and at K.
M. Coatea' will receive prompt attention.
"i
»mi
now open for
Goods, Hats
or Caps, until he
has seen our im
mense Stock and
learned our Prices.
Remember
HARRY KATZ'
Third Door East of IVIerchant's Hotel.
China Hall
Third street, between Walnut street
and Douglas Avenue.
John Cunningham, Prop.
DEALKIt IX—N
Grockery, Glassware,
"Wood and Willow-ware,
Cutlery, and
I'lated Ware,
Fine China, etc.
THUil) STKEET, YANKTON, !I.
WINKS ANL» CIGALTS.
FRED LERCirS
Sample Rooms
Yankton's old saloon keeper is again ready to
attend to the demands
of customers. He
has fitted up one of the finest re
sorts in the city and has
placed within it the
finest stock of
Beer, Wine, Liquors
11
Ever brought to the Territory.
BEEU always on tap aud fresh from the keg.
Delicious.
I Keep a supply of pickled pigs feet, l»eef
tongue, Swiss cheese, cold ham, f)o|]nnd her
ring, and all brnrids of sarriincM. licftidcM many
other lunch table favoi ites, which can be pro*
cured upon order. Call and see me.
FKEDLEKCH,
Third Street, Yankton.
1'KOFKMAIONAI,.
DBWEY & FIMCNCli,^,
Attorneys and Counselors
AT LAW, 'I
YANKTON IAKO'IA.
OFFICE:
DEWEY'S LAW BUILDING, THIRD ST.
Piuotico in all the Courts mul muke a Special
tv of Colleciiiik' aud Scouring Claim*.
)KY )OIS.
L. C0NGLET0N,
DEALER IN
DRY GOODS
—)AND(-
Ladies' Furnishing Goods
IK\V
1'lT'ai l.OCK. YAN KTON.
Statement of the Condition
OF THK-
Watertown Fire
1 itsitramw Company,
On tin* thirty-first day of December, 187
The name of the Coiuiiuny in tfiven above.
It. \n located in Wntertown, New York.
The amount of its capital utoek is $3lX,0U,
The amount of it« capital stock puid ui ia
Ths assets of the Company areas follows:
Cash on hami ami iu the bauds of
ajxentsor other persons $ fU,8J2 7.1
Heal estate unincumbered 84,28S 22
Jlomls owned by the Company, to
wit: Schedule "A" 80
United States and other bonds, mar
ket value iyi,7l2 51)
Loans OH bond ami mortgage being
iirst lien on uniuctuuhcred real es
tate, worth double the umouut
loaned. Schedule "U" 1UW.840 28
Debts otherwisesecured 17.977
Debts for premiums 87.IW5 112
All other securities 18,2U2
Total assets. $778,3W 70
LIABILITIES.
Losses adjusted and not due
Losses unadjusted
Losses in suspense waiting for furth
er proof
All other claims against tlie Compa
ny—reinsurance fund
Total liabilities
AUDITOR'S OFFICE.
YANKTON, D. T., Sept. 28, 18*0.
1. L. M. Purdy, Deputy Auditor, do hereby
certify that the foregoing is a true and and cor
rect copy of the original statement of the
National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford,
Connecticut, on the UUth day of June, 18K, am
now on file in this office.
L. M. PUKDY,
Deputy Auditor.
TEH1UTOUY OF DAKOTA,
AUDITOII'S OFKICK.
Whereas, the Watertown Fire Insurance Com
pany, located in the city of Watertown and
state of New York, has tiled in thisolliceasworn
statement of its condition on the Hl«t day of De
cember, A. D. 187U, in accordance with the pro
visions of an act of the legislative assembly of
the Territory of Dakota, relating to insurance
companies,, approved February 10th. 1877 and
whereas, on examination of the sworn state
ment of sai»l Company filed in this office, 1
find
that the said Insurance Company is possessed
of the necessary amount of capital invested as
required by law therefore I, E. A. Sherman,
Auditor of Dakota Territory, do hereby certify
that Raid Insurance Company is duly authoriz
ed to transact the business of Fire Insurance.in
said Territory, for the year ending December,
ltSisO. J. PAHKEU HAYWAKD properly ap
pointed agent at Yankton, Yankton county,
in testimony whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and seal, this 2sth day of September'
A. D. is80.
[Seal K. A. SHEttMAN, Auditor.
By L. 1. PCIIDY. Deputy.
J. PARKER HAYWARD,
Agent. Yankton, Dakota,
Notice.
TKKIUTOHV OF DAKOTA,
OFFICKOF SUI''T. OF Pum.ic INSTUUCTION.
YANKTON, Octobers, IM).
AN Institute for the county superintendents
•f and teachers of the counties of Yankton,
Hutchinson and Bon llontnic is appointed and
will be held at Yankton, in the upper room of
the Franklin (frame) school building, commen
cing at l:Ml p. in. Monday, December 2Sth, 1880,
aud continuing until I p. m. Friday, January
1st, IKsi.
All the county superintendents and all teach
ers in Yankton county are requested to attend
and all other teachers are solicited to be pre
sent. All are earnestly requested to be present
at the opening hour, and to bring materials for
taking full notes.
'J he several county superintendents are re
quired to notify teachers of this appoiutmeiit.
Territory of Dakota—Office of Superinten
dent of Public Schools—County of Yankton.
October 5th, 18fc0.— Public notice is hereby
given that pursuant to law, on Tuesday, the
2rtth inst., commencing at 9 o'clock a. in., 1
shall offer public examination, at the court
house in the city of Yankton, to all persons
presenting themselves as teachers for tne com
mon schools of Yankton county.
A
Proposals for Erection of Bonrdlnfr School
Building.
ROSEBUP AOENCY, D. T., OCT.7th, 18H0.
SEALED proposals in duplicate will he receiv
ed in Yankton, D. T., at the office of J. C.
McVay until 12 o'clock at noon on the 7th day of
November. 1880, at which time and place they
will be opened in presence of bidders, for the
erection of a boardiug school building at or
near Rosebud Agency, D. T., the same to be
erected and completed within ninety days from
awarding of contract.
Blank proposals with plans and specifications
nmv be obtained on application at the office of
J. 0. McVay, Yankton. 1). T.
Hie right is reserved to reject any or all bids.
1 roposals should be enclosed in sealed envel
opes, marked Proposals for erection of board
ing school building." accompanied with ap
proved bond in double the amount, and ad
dressed to the undersigned in caro of J. O, MO
Vay at Yankton. D. T. JOHN COOK,
:S
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OftOCKRIK*,
LAVENDERS'
5R0CERY HOUSE!
OOMTimnM TO BR (B
Favorite Trading Place
—)}IN TOWN AND COUNTY.t(—
liecause it supplies the very beat goods to be
bad in the world.
I because every article squired for family use in
the lino of Orooeriea ean be fonnu
there at all timos.
E A S E
Its prices are uniform and to law as to defy
competition.
I Jeanne its CASH system is successfully estab
lished and gives to it* customers ad
vantages which the credit
system does
not
possess.
Grateful
for the con
tinued favors of
the peoplo, this pop^
nlar House assures itn
patrons that every effort
prill be made to keep it« stock
.1 priees fully up to the demands
of the times. No other Grocery House
in the Territory will be permitted
to surpass it either in quality of goods or pric#
Very Kespoetfully,
8,4(X) 00
2:1,750 UU
10,5U) (W
N. S. G1LBKHT, Vice President.
JKNSK 1. ADAMS. Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn before me, this22d day
of September, K*n.
I Seal 1 W. S. J.
A MB. Notary Public.
Jefferson County, N. Y.
A. W. LAVENDER.
O. P. HAGE
SZALBR UT
STAPLE AND FANCY
O E I E S
Crockery
4 t0,0-J8 80
$4OT,ti78 80
STATE OF NEW YOKK,
County of Jefferson. I
N. S. Gilbert, vice president, anil Jesse M.
Adams, secretary of the Watertown Fire of
Watertown, N. Y., being duly sworn, depose
and say, that the foregoing is a full, true and
correct statement of the affairs of said Com
pany, that the said Insurance Company is the
bona tide owner of at least one hundred thous
and dollars, of actual cash capital, invested in
the State and United States Stocks and Bonds,
or in Bonds and Mortgages of Ileal Estate unin
cumbered aud worth double the amount for
which the same is mortgaged and they are the
above described officers of tho said Insurance
Company.
AUD
Glassware
THIRD STREET
YANKTON, DAKOTA
Blatt & Buerdorf
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
O E I E S
STAPLE AND FANCY.
BROADWAY,
YANKTON,
WM. H. H. BEADLE,
Superintendent.
Public Notice.
Groceries,
T. 8. DICKSON.
County Superintendent of Public Schools,
d&wtd for Yankton County.
U. S. Indian Agent.
MANHOODRESTORED
A victim of early imprudence, causing
VOIIS debility, premature decay, etc.,
DAKOTA
WALTER H. CARR
DEALER IM
Vegetables,
Fruits.
u-
.hjch he
Address,
York.
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Candles.
Nuts,
Cigars
Orden will reeelTe prompt titration
WALTER H. CARR,
Third St., Yankton-
A QENT8 WANTED VOB the faateat xtling
Book of the age.
Foundations of Success,
ner-
tried in vain every known remedy, hat
ered a simple means of self-cure, w!
wiUscnd free Ut his fellow.siifTerers. Ai
J. If. KEEVES, 43 Chatham street, New
dilwly-deod.
having
discov-
liCIIHBU ADD BOOIAL FORMS.
The law. of trade, legal form., how to trans
act bnaineM, mlnable tables aooial etiquette.
Parliamentary naase, how to oondueli Jjgijll!
Iiuaineaa: in fact ft ia aeompleteOClDI'' li'
bBcOJMS for all olaaaea. A family ticoe«"»
aM""for
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