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giuly awl gjidwtai## SATUKDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1880. THK DAILY PRESS & DAKOTAIAN Is publinhed EVERY EVENING, EXCEPTING SDNDAY& TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Rv carriers—Per month, $1 per year, $12. By mail—Per month, 85 cents per year, (10. Office on Third street, Press and Dakotaian ItOWEN A KINGSBUItY, Proprietors. LOCAL OBSERVATIONS. UNITED STATES SIGNAL OFFICE, Yankton D. T.. December 11,-1880. liiver frozen. Maximum tem perfttnre up to 2 p. m. to-day, 03 degrees minimum temperature in past 24 hours, 24 degrees. Wind reached a maximum velocity of 24 miles, north west, at 2 p.m. to-day. LOCAL LACOXICM. S. J. Morrow is indulging in the luxu ry of anew 3ido\vallt. The Kendall combination give a Pina fore matinee this aftemoou. Judge Shannon delivered his charge to the jury iu the Loomer murder ease this afternoon and the jury retired to consult upon its verdict. Oapt. A. W. Lavender has been award ed a contract to furnish 1,000 cords of wood to the Chicago, Milwaukee St. Paul railroad, at Running AVater. The Pierre house, at the new town of Pierre, Hughes county, is now open for business, and the Nicholas Bros, are bound to run it according to the best methods of hotel keeping. It is pleasant to know that the duties of the superintendent of the insane hospital are not so conttning but that the incum bent is permitted to pursue his astro nomical studies to a good advantage. Box is marketing wood which must have been a foot iu diameter before it was split, from a crop planted on his tim ber claim four years ago. Box is respon sible for this. It's just as he tells it. The young ladies of the academy of the Sacred Heart will open their bazar entertainment in Burleigh's hall on Broadway, next Monday evening. Their preparations are very complete and the bazar promises to be of unusual interest. John W. Maxwell received his sentence to-day under a plea of guilty and a j'ury verdict of guilt. The first was for break ing jail, for which the court imposed a penalty of two years in the Detroit pen itentiary at hard labor. The second was for an assault, for which he was senten ced to thirty days in the county jail and a fine of $100, the prisoner to serve fifty days additional if he fails to pay the fine. The city council has been petitioned to appoint a measurer of wood and a weigh er of hay, and the petition is based upon experience which would render the com pliance of the council but an act of jus tice. Under the present arrangement purchasers must take a load of wood for a cord if its seller says it is a cord, and in nine cases out of ten it falls short of that measurement. Early this week the'log house on Dr. Livingston's Keya Paha ranch, occupied by Mr. Brockman and his wife, took fire, while the men were absent attending to their cattle on the range. The house was destroyed, together with its con tents, consisting of the winter's supply of provisions, clothing, bedding and fur niture. The fire caught in the roof, which was made of hay, from a stove pipe running through it. The team of horses stolen from C. Sackett, on the Bon Homme road, were brought to town to-day and delivered to their owner. Upon receipt of informa tion of the theft, Sheriff Baker notified all the officers in this vicinity, by tele graph and mail, and gave them direc tions how to proceed. Sheriff McDon ald, of Vermillion, succeeded in running down the game and capturing the horses. The thieves escaped. There is no other prospect than that the scarcity of coal will continue for some time to come. None is arriving and dealers have given up all hope. Fortunately we receive an abundance of wood from Nebraska, so our people suf fer no other inconvenience than taking down coal stoves and putting up wood stoves. Colonel Strait will develop something this winter with his drilling apparatus which will place us beyond the reach of future coal famines. The goods belonging to E. E. Hudson when he was trader at Crow creek agen cy, seized two and one lialf years ago by the government, under the Hammond Dougherty charges, are still held by the government and are stored in this citv. llio Hour and hides were sold and the government liolus control of the money, some S3,!:.). The governmenment failed in all its efforts to indict ?tlr. Hudson or to produce a case against him before the United States commissioner, yet it neg lects to return to him the property seized, amounting in value to about 88,000. He is charged with no offence, but is una ble to procure possession of that which is rightfully his. It seeius as though this effort was about antiquated enough to die of old age. ing of a full share of praise for the suc-j cess of the evening's entertainment, while lasted from the beginning to the end Between the third and fourth acts little Maggie delivered a recitation which so papturod the audience that another ap pearance was loudly demanded, to which the little miss responded. This evening will be presented Kendall's great special ty, Rip Van Winkle, and those who can enjoy a perfect renditition of this always popular production should not fail to be at Turner hall. Mr. Kendall takes the part of Rip and Julia Kendall appears as Gretchen. County TremowrS OH*. Notice is hereby given that the County Taxes for the year 1880, are due since October 1st. All parties liable for such tax es are requested to call and pay the same. Office hours daily from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. FRED SOHNAUBEB, County Treasurer. peifsoMi. George Hefner and Fred Culver, Springfield, are at the Jencks. A. C. Van Meter, one of the commis sioners of Brule county, is in the eity. R. J. Mershon arrived last night from Colorado, where he is engaged in survey ing. Paymaster Sharp, J. C. Young and Mrs. R. A. Ketchum arrived on to-night's train. Clark S. Rowe and E. W. Benedict, of Springfield are registered at the Mer chants. Judge West has received a summons from the United States court at Fargo to appear as a witness and will start Monday. Mrs. IJ. P. McClaren, wife of the mail agent between Yankton and Sioux City, returned to Yankton last evening, after along visit at the east. Mr. John Wilson and wife arrived last night from Maryland and will settle in Dakota. They are guests of Miss Maggie Cooley who is a sister of Mrs. Wilson. The photograph gallery formerly oc cupied by W. R. Ketchum has recently been refitted and furnished by Messrs. De Long & Son in first-class style throughout, inoluding fine instruments and the most elaborate scenio effects that have ever been brought to our city, and are now prepared to make first-class work in all branches of the art. In addition to the "carte de vesite," "cabi net" and "promenade," De Long & Son will introduce, for the first time in Yankton, the new and beautiful styles of photographs, the "panel," "imperial" and also the "boudoir," that lis having such an unprecedented run in the east. Minnette photographs only $1.00 per dozen. Call and examine specimens. If anyone wants a first class sewing machine with a five-year guarantee they can procure the Crown, New American and Improved Singer, at SCHNAIDT & Co's. You are invited to call at my Capital St. Grocery store and examine my stock and get my prices. Tov' MARSHALL, The Strictly Cash Grocer. Call and see the display of Ribbons, Ties and Handkerchiefs at R. A. KETCHUM'S. Brennan'm Market. Mike Brennan will open his new meat market in Swearingen's building, on Third street, next Monday, and will be fully prepared to furnish the public with everything kept in a first class market. Great reduction in price of Ribbons during the Holidays, at R. A. KETCHUM'S. Get rubber weather strips to put on windows and doors. It is the boss. Richey has a supply of it. Rav. C. F. Tolman of Chicago, a mis sionary for many years tinder the Baptist Foreign Missionary Society, will speak at the Baptist church Tuesday evening, on the customs and habits of the people and of the work that is being done among them. Invitation extended to all. Ad mission free. How to economize on coal and wood: Get robber weather strips. Richey has it. Ladies' Ties at less than oost, to close out. at R. A. KETCHUM'S. Millinery Goods, reduced in pnee during the remainder of the season. MRS. E. J. COGQINS. If you wish to see a good picture look at the one of L. M. Johnson in Morrow's show case. I carry a large and well assorted stock of Cmr/.e/'!/, Glassware and Fine China which I offer at very low figures. Before purchasing, let me make you prices. TOM MARSHALL, Capital street. New Y'ork Cider on draft at JENKIXSON'S. Parties desiring to purchase jewelry of any kind, first-class plated ware, and in fact anything usnally kept in a first-class jewelry store, will do well by calling on J. P. Bedaelli, the jeweler, opposite the Press and Dakotaian printing oflice, Yankton, D. T. The Kendall combination had another full house last night and its rendition of Miss was well received. It is a stirring drama based upon frontier life—one of Brete Harte's inimitable conceptions dramatized and arranged for the stage. Julia Kendall, in the character of Jlliss, reproduced all the Strang vagaries of this peculiar product of the mining camp and endowed it with a reality which could hardly be surpassed. Mr. Kendall was the typical Yuba Bill-tlie stage driver hero of many a thrilling scene. H. *^eeP dust, snow and cold out of your L. Holmes, in the character of Manuel!llo,Ise8 using rubber weather strips Torres, a Mexii-mi ad venturer, is deserv- Iu a few days I shall open a choice line of Holiday goods. The stock has been carefully selected to suit first class trade, and will be strictly new, embracing as it does, the latest Novelties of the season. You can TOM MARSHALL. The Strictly Cash Grocer. You will gave money by bnying your Silk Handkerchiefs of R. A. KETCH g°L^ LM at Fresl1 C. A. l-'ergiifoi., the diunUen father „F ^OREGGEV M^sful* contributed his part. Thej Fresh oyster, in any quantity at all play was fall ot exciting episodes, which times, at Schoregge'a. RICIIKY'S. °y8t€rs by the can or case at GRAND MASQUERADE. The Yankton Turn-Verein has decided to give a grand masquerade ball on the night ot December 31st, (New Year's Eve,) at their hall on Walnut street There will be a street parade of maskers in the afternoon preceding the ball, pro vided the weather is suitable, and a ser ies of handsome prizes will be awarded to the best costumes, the prizes to be awarded by a committee of prominent citizens not members of the society. The committee in charge will spare no effort to make this the most successful mas querade ever held in Yankton. Price for admission of each masker, one dollar seats in gallery, fifty cents. Persons not masked will not be allowed on the floor of the dancing hall, until after tho masks arc removed. FUI your tee Houses. Parties who wish to contract for Ice in quant ity, should call an Clias. Wallbaum, who will begin putting ice on Wednes day, Dec. 8th. Fane vanrases of all kinds, cheap for thirty days. MllS. E. J. COOCUN-S. Kill Glove* make nice Christmas presents. See Mrs. Coggins' good, low priced assortment. Go and see the New Extension Libra ry Lamp at China Hall. Bazaar Glove Fitting Patterns. Mrs. E. J. Coggins, agent. Third street, Yank ton. Dakota. Fresh oysters as low as the lowest and in any quantity at H. A. SCHOKREC.OE'S. r.hllnu M* resents. At bottom prices, at Redaelli's j'ewelry store 3d street, Yankton. Dakota. ri:.t! TF.A TF.A The best in town.. Try it and be con vinced. STINE & ENNS. Fresh Oysters Served in every style at reasonable hours, at PIKE'S. Felt hats, 25c 50c 75c, and S1.2T„and bonnets way down, at Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, a large assortment just received, by H. H. CLARK, it Co., Successors to VanCott. Clark .t Co, Zephyrs mill Vretrcls reduced in price till after the holidays at MRS. E. J. COGGINS'. The beBt Christinas gift to give to your wife or children—a life insurance policy in the Mutual Life Insurance company of New York. The rates have been re duced 15 per cent, and dividends as large as ever. J. PARKER HAYWARD, Agent. ij. 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 tbun 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. PARMER. BURNgTT'S Q0Q0AINE, The Best Hair Dressing In the World. BURNETT'S COCOA1NE allays irri tation, removes all teudency to dandruff, invigorates the action of the capillaries in the highest degree, and has earned a deserved reputation fur promoting tht growth and prenercing the henuty of the hu man /uiir. Ladies dressing their hair elaborately for the evening will find that it imparts a henlt/ii/ natural gloss to the hair, and will cause it to retain its shape for hours. BURNETT'S FLAVORING EXTRACTS are used and endorsed by the best Hotels, Confectioners and Grocers throughout the country. They are perfectly pure. •Mi Mns. E. J. MORROW'S. Five hundred pail's of spectacles from 25 cents to 810.00 just received and for sale by H. G. Clark He Co., the j'ewelers. IPental. For first class work, or if you wish to take gas in extracting, call on Dr. Brown, Union block, Yankton. Fresh Fish. A fine lot of fresh Trout and White fish received every Thursday of each week at Jenkinson's, Third street. Plenty of Money To loan at eight per cent on improved farms. J. PARKER HAYWARD, Yankton, D. T. Ht RCIAIi NOTIOB. (JOOK and yard man at Fort Randall. Han •ndwil.p»fe^dViln^»»ofoN Cor. 4th And Walnut streets, Yankton. CNiwriwi for Male. PARTIES wishing to procure Canary bird* will find it to their interest to call and see my birds before purchasing elsewhere. 7 MUS. M.8AN0KK80N, Liun St., bet. Oth and ?th. Girl Wanted. GOOD girl competent to do general houne xV work. Apply on Douglas avenue be tween 5th and tttn Htjccts. MRS. GRANT MARSH. AT THE Mother Goose entertainment, abrace let setting. The tinder in respectfully re quested to leave it at the Press and Dakotaian oflice. Wood for Sale* /ORDERS left at the Germania House will bi promptly tilled, JUSTUS LOEBElt. Wanted. COMPETENT girl to do general housework. Apply to GEO. H. HAND. For IS«nt, DWELLING house on Broadway contain ing live rooms. Apply at this oflice. For Kent* GOOD dwelliug house with eight room?, pantry* closet, and good cellar nnd cistern, on Sixth street, between Mulberry and Pearl. Apply to J. N. HAKTEKT. ton, Dakota. For Sale Cheap, NEW Mason & Hamlin Ortran, style i!M. j. u. SANBORN & SON. Money to Loan. Oper N FIRST CLASS FARM PROPERTY at cent, interest and roanonahle commis sions. DEWEY & FRENCH, d&vrtf. Attorneys at Law. Thv Lurson Washing Machine. 1JAV1NG purchased the right to sell the Lnr son Washing Machine, in Yankton county, I am now prepared to furnish them. They are without doubt the beat Washer now in use. Call on or address, Mus. E. H. Biiusu, Mulberry street, between 4th and 5th. Yankton, Dakota. SILVER goods of all the latest styles just re ceived oy H. G. Clark & Co., the jewelers. DIAMONDS reset—R. js _.ad© over—Hair iewelry manufactu l, Ov H, G.Clark & Co., the jeweler?. FOK S.V I will advertise in this column Business property, City and Country Real Estate, at very low rates. J. PARKER HAYWARD. Real Estate and Insurance. Tj'OR SALE—Bnck dwelliug house—on J- Walnut Btreet—is centrally loeated and in good condition. Blue grass lawn. Shade trees. Price low for cash. J^EAL ESTATE—On easy terms. J^OANS—Cheapest money in the city. [NSURANCE—First (200) Do Tou Believe It That in this town there are scores of persons passing our store every day whose lives are made miserable by In digestion, Dispepsia, Sour and distress ed stomach, Liver Complaint, Consti pation, when for 75 cts. we will sell them Shiloh's Yitalizer, guaranteed to sure them. SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY. A marvelous Cure for Catarrh, Diphthe ria, Canker mouth, and Head Ache. With each bottle there is an ingenious nasal Injecture for the more sucessful treatment of the complaint, without ex tra charge. Price 50 cts. The Voltiae Belt Co., Marshall, Mich. Will send their celebrated Electro Vol taic Belts to the afflicted upon 30 days' trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They mean what they say. Write to them without delay. Diseases peculiar to females speedily cared without taking nauseous med icines by the new and wonderful reme dy, Prof. Guilmette's French Kidnei 1W.  A hacking cough, if not atopped in time, will lead to consumption. Be wise, and take Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup. It al ways cures. Price 25 cents and 50 cents a bottle. All hail the chief of cough and oold medicines, Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup. PleseMt to take and perfectly harmless. Price 35 cents aod CO cents. class companies, rates. HOUSES TO RENT-At $3.00, *7.U0, and $12.00 per month. 1?OR SALE—Maps of the City of Yapkton $1.00, p^OR SALE—160 acres, for $400. L^OR SALE—A farm of 320 acres—has 25 acres 1 broke. Frame house 18x12, stable, a good well and living water at all times. Piice $900. ADVERTISE in this space. Inquire of A J. PARKER HAYWARD. Proposals. UNITED STATES INDIAN SERVICE, Consolidated Santee and Flnndreau Agency. Nebraska and Dakota, Dec. 8. 188 i. Scaled proposals, indorsed proposals for fur nishing heifers, oxen, ox yokes and chains complete, for the Santee and Flandreau In dians, and directed to the undersigned at San tee Agency, Nebraska, will bo recoivod up to 12 clock m. of Thursday, January 27th, 1881, for furnishing the Santee Indians two hundred two 2 year old heifers, and for Flandreau Indians twenty (20) yoke of oxen, twenty (20) ox yokes, and twenty (20) ^chains. Heifers to be full two year old. healthy and iu good con dition, to be delivered at Saptee Agency on or before June 23d, 18*1. Oxen to be domestic work cattlo not inore than seven (7 nor under four years of age, weighing uot less than 1,000 pounds, well broken, healthy and sound in every respect yoke* and chains to be strong and substantial all to be delivered for Flandreau Indianson or before May 25th, 1WI. All bids must be accompunied by a certified check upon some United States depository, payable to the order of the undersigned, for at least live (5) per cent, of the amount of the pro posal, which check shall IK forfeited to the United States incase any bidder receiving an awurd shall fail to execute promptly a con tract with good and sufficient sureties accord ing to the terms of his bid, otherwise to be returned to the bidder. .ISAIAH LIGHTNKK, dtd U. S. Indian Agent. Notice. TKRKITOBV OP DAKOTA, OFFICE or Bur T. OK PUBLIC iNSTtiucrioji YANKTON, Octol»er 9, \M\ IN InstituU for the county superintendents -i*- and teachers of tho counties of Yankton, Hutchinson and Hon Honime is appointed ana will be hold at Yankton, in the upper room of the Franklin (frame) school building, commen cing at 1:80 p. m. Monday, December 27th, 1880, and continuing until 4 p. m. Friday, January 1st, 1881. All the county superintendents and all teach ers in Yankton county are required to attend and all other teachers are solicited to lie pre. sent. All are earnestly requested to lie present at the opening hour, and to bring materials for taking full note*. The several county superintendent* are re quired to notify teachers of this appointment. WM. H. H.UKADI'E, 8npcrintcndent. Time Books IWXUOB BOOTH, for nUuUwrrwi YANKTON MARKETS. VNTIHR AN» DAKOTAIAN OFFIO*, JANKTON, L)FC. 11, 1KKU. WHKAT-New No. 1 80 1» New No. a 77 do .New No. 3 ftS do Rejected AO OATS IS CORN BARLEY 85 RYE.... POTATOES 85 BUTTER UX&W EGGS aa TURNER HALL! 9 NIGHTS VOMJSEXV IXA Thursday, Dec. 9 Not for a Day, but For All Time. Kendall Combination And Knglisli Comic Opera Co. EST UN PRECEDE N TED SUCCESS Triumphant Tour of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. KENDALL Supported1 by YANKTON DAKOTA. IiUW f^OR SALE—A one-stoiy frame house 22x'£ nearly new, containing four rooms an_ pantry good brick chimney and foundation, tin roof on adddition, lately painted and plas tered. WiU sell very cheap for cash, with or without lota, OFFICE: DEWEY'S LAW Bl'iLDiftG, THIRD ST. I'nioiicc iu all the Courts and iu »Uo a Special tT of Ci'Ucottn^ und Scetu iii" Claim** MILL MACHINKKY. SAM. KAUCKER, Mill Furnjsher. SHEETINGS PRINTS tho utronjicst, Inmost, most com plete and unexceptionable dramatic or ganization in the United States, anil a full and complete orchestra tend SILVER CORNET BAND. Will appear in tho following choice reper toire of the hnest selected dramas uud comic operas: Merchant of Venice, Solon Shingle, Banker's Daughter, Garryowen, Frou-Frou, French Spy, Rip Van Winkle, Romeo and uliet, M'liss, Faust & Marguerite 11'.M.S. Pinafore, .Josh ua Whiteonib. THURSDAY EVENING, DEC. 9, Merchant of \enieoand Solon Shingle. ADMISSION 50 CENTS. Reserved *eat tickets for sale at the usual places, withoutloxtra charge. Reserved seat tickets, tood for six Nltrhla and One Matinee, "i.oO. H. M.S. PINAFORE MATINEE, SATURDAY, At 2 o'clock p. M. Admission: Adults, 25 cts.: Children. 15 cts. ruonissioNAi.. W & S Attorneys and Counselors AT I,AW, LEFFLE WATER WHEEL RVSTASRSJ A SI IXIAI-TV. N«-\v Proccss and GRADUAL REDUCTION Mll.LS. IKON AND PORCEIiAIN KOIXS. Mills and Elevators Constructed and Drawing* and Tin as mr.de. all on the most reasonable Terms. For sale. One Circular SawOIilL Call ou or Address, GAM. KAUCHER, Merchants Hot* !, Yuuktou, Dakota. 1JKEH. The Celebrated Jos. Schlitz MILWAUKEE CN DBAUGHT AT Crown having refitted the MERCHANTS BILLIARD PARLOR will also keep at that establishment Joseph Schlitz's Milwaukee Beer on draught. Brown's facilities for keeping Beer COOL and FLTTISH are unequalled, and he is at all times prepared to furnish this invigorating bev* erage at both of his establishments. Qentlemanly bar tenders officiate and Brown ready to guarantee satisfactory attention and satisfactory goods. The best of Wines, Cigars and Liquors at both pl.ee. CALL AT lSKOWN'S Sample Koomfi and Billiard Purlor. WINKS AND CIGAItft. FItED LEUCirS Sample Rooms OPPOSITE POSTOmCK. Yanktoo, Dakota HARRY KATZ, Third Street. Yankton Dakota. 1870. O W N S Third St. Sample Rooms. We have received the Circulars with_prine list an ...th ori Orders promptly Attended E A Closing out Sale BARGAINS IN CANTON awl WOOL FLANNELS... DRESS GOODS HOSIERY SILKS SATINS FRINGES nnd PAS8AMENTERIES. CLOAKS and DOLMANS NUBIAS SCARPS GLOVES, &c., &c. Now is the time to purchase before Stock is broken. I am determined to close Stock out before January 1st. R. A. KETCHUM. Has now open for 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 ing Goods, Hats or Caps, until he has seen our im mense Stock and learned our Prices. Remember HARRY KATZ' Third Door East of Merchant's Hotel. WHOLESALE LIQUOliS AND CIGARS. ADLER & 0HLMAN We keep constantly in stock the following celebrated brands of Whiskies at different ages: McBrayer, Oold Leaf, M. V. Monarch, Cliickencock Bourbon, Stone's Sour Mash, GiickeiiliBimer Bye, Hume's Sour Masli, Woodford Co., O. F. C. Also, complete line of IMPORTED & DOMESTIC WI1TES 2 XjIQTTOKS. IUnging in price from $17.t0 to 1123.00 per thousand, including the following Key Went facto rics goods: Seidenberg's, Kelley'sandPrincipee de Gales. 1(, A Urge Fine of Pipes, Merohaum goods and 1880. Smokers artiolee. Wholeaale Dealers and Bottler* ot JOS. SCHILTZ* BREWING COMPANY'S MILWAUKEE LAGER BEER. Wei'monr. full line of Bar Good., Glute*. Bottle., Flwta. Bnuw Boer F»ucct«, Vent*, Playing Cards, Poker Chips, Ac. BILLIARD TABLES I Monoj (or Brniwwiclr, Utlke A(W. BillUpl j'Lfg.r!L1,"h ia terms on application. Ml kinds of Billiard fiitoni fM»ok. to and perfoot satisfaction guaranteed. Adler & Oh I man, Broadway, Merchants Hotel Block.