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Forty-five Pamphlets, a Book of Seven hundred
and Twenty Pages, containing
The Widow Bedott Papers.
Winter Evening Recreations. S
Back to the Old Home. '4SlI^%fe
School Dialogues, Recitations and Readings.
Standard Letter Writer.
The Frozen Deep—by Wilkie Collins.
Red Court Farm.
The Lady of the Lake—Sir Walter Scott. "!.
In Cupid's Net. !4:'?
Amos Barton-—by George Eliot.
LadyGwtodoline's Dream.
The Mystery of the Holly Tree.
A Budget of Wit, Humor and Fun.
John Bowerbank's Wife.
The Grey Woman.
Sixteen Complete' Stories.
Jasper Dane's Secret.
Fancy Work for Home Adornment.
Grimm's Fairy Tales.
Manual of Etiquette.
Uselul Knowledge for the Million.
Home Cook Book and Family Physician.
Customs and Manners in Distant Lands,
Eighty-seven Popular Ballad&
Called Back—by Hugh Conway.
At the World's Mercy. ?r
Mildred Trevanion.
Dark Days—by Hugh Conway.
Shadows on the Snow.
Xieoline, or into the Shade.«
Gabriel's Marriage—by Wilkie Collins.
Reaping the Whirlwind.
Dudley Carleon.
A Golden Dawn.
Valerie's Fate.
Sister Rose—by Wilkie Collins.
Anne—by the author of East Lynne.
The Laurel Bush.
Robinson Crusoe.
Ho^'loihake PoiiltEy pay.
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Magic andChemical' Experiments.
Gems of the Poqts, embracing many of the most^popul
l&r poemaofaU ag«s.
Building Plans for rra*ti««il Low Cost HOUMS.
Anecdotes of Public Men4-Washih^nj'Fi»hkliii,^aayi
Webster, Tilden, Liacoln,
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Governor Obarob to bie oabiaet: In
the f?entlomanfrom N6w York present?"
And they all stood tip and answered,
"dire, we am here."
The legislative bill which provides for
the Removal of the United States ooart
from Yankton to 'Mitchell will be the
speoial order in' the ootinfiil ion Tharsday
next. ,s"
Clevelaod is a New York man, Ghnroh
is aNew York man, .Ward is a New
York man, Benton is a Nqw.York., man.
Westward the ooarse of the empire
etate takea itd way.
Minnesota'* legislative proposes fo
move the capital from St. Paul to Lube
Kandiyohi, where the state owns a iraot
of land donated by the general govern
ment for oapital purposes.
tjni ftdi
It seems that the president was made
very mad over the delay in the confirm
ation of Governor Ghnroh. There are
mwxy of his disoipies here on Dakota soil
who are also very mad beoauM it was
not delayed indefinitely and eooh aao
oessive appointment adds fael to their
wr«tth.
Colonel Benton, territorial treasarer
by appointment of Governor Ghnroh, is
flheriff of Oass doaoty. a position wortli
110,000 per year. The /salary of the
treasurer is only 82.0CD per year and if
Colonel Benton cannot hold both it
would- be natural fdr him to resign the
lesaer offioe. It is tiardly fair to plaoe a
democrat in eo embarassing a position.
The most imposing oombat,' BO far as
numbers are concerned, before the
throne of Governor Churoh is the^phe
being made for possession of the several
railroad oomnussionerahips. Tbpre i'a
attractiveness about' positions which
furnish lar^e pay and little work which
the democrat of large or scaali ability
finds it difficult |p, resist and the prodea
Biqn rapping at the door of the railroad'
offloe ia a large one.
Bt#8
Judge Thomas.of the Blank HiUa
district, interviewed
inSt-rPaul
relative*'
te Governor Ohuroh and hi& intentioina,
testi&ea that the? goteMlor is & briiiiiy
man 'of Reniai qualitiffwuid 'solid demo
cratio proclivities.! The jMgep'osseBsea
the ofheerfui ppinion tltal the governor
will Appoint defnriorflte to the offloea,
oept(ng'ih|t^ b$Vwillj. gi.vp repnbiieaM
representation', ok the^ various penal,
oharitable aitd e^uoatidnal'boards..
Tto Watorto^a QoarriefrNewa make*
the fpllowing mention Ol a httle matter*
with|which the public Of not unfamDi^
Thie Yankton-Mftohell oourt removal
Jill aeema to be a great disturbing ele
ment at Bismarpk. M^ny bills are cot
considered on their merit*' bai to ({sin
advppftes aooording as the author or
artuplar friends favor Yabkton or
aitojiell. Beveral bills have teen passed
and others defeated.simply on acloount
of this Yankton-Mitchell imbroglio.
An, effort is beibR made by ithe legis
laturp to enact a law direotlng the terri
torial tr«asarer let oi^t the' surpltis
fandt of the, territory to .. the liighectt
bidder. There is most of the titne* stir
pins of something ottfr (^00^X)0 on hand
and the prbjeot of: tfijtf toslaldrt• tb
place this,id|e Wi|lj!^i#5j»'
revenue to the territory iiostead of to the,
treasurer.' Bhouid thitf billbeoome a
law it will ferion«jJy impair tjie qseful*'
ness (to bWs6rpTthe, te^tonaf trjejfo
ttrer. His,palairy js^lf |S (K)b peryeMv-^s
The repubHosa |»rly jeonorfdl^B' to
Governor Churoh the undoubted right
to fill all the offioes with deaosrats and
the best disciplined members q! ttiftt
party will insist that it is not only his
right, bat his politic*! dutjr, to.: adopt
and otosely follow apolic^ whioh will
rewiard none bat democrata. The soil
of Dakota is not adapted to the growth
of mngwattptan prod acta.
There ia before the legi*l*ture of la.
kota a nondesoripV measure which has
for its purpose the repeal of the towp?
ship sehool system and _the substitu
tion of the old district system-in its
most arbitrary form. Commenting upon
this retrograde movement the Grand
Forks Herald aaya:
-it
it
reported from Bismarok that the
losvliferoos Jones, of Olivet, who by
some inscrutable freak of fortune' or mis
fortune ooenptea tba position of terri
torial eaparintendeint, lately vacated by
that enlightened educator, •eiu. Beadle,
atUmptiDg to relegate the sohool
aystem of Dakota to the dark ages by
return everywhere to the district rystem,
Against
this iaoorsion
,7r V'
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SU-va^vV^
F/ V$
sweep, across the rapge
they, j, have generally
comparatively little
beiidve the loss will
85 per cent in the
Vf-.M
W. H. Frioh, boaide^ pa^ttief of We
newly appb^rt.^^iM.^|#f|l^f!«^'
that Qovernor .'ObarpE WiU do: ^qtbiug,
for r^nbliaans in the way bit vpfrripfcM
meots. Mr. Fkiok saydl
He.is a itoaiws
that the pppqrtdnfty, Wlhi|# J? now ha«.
in hftnd gre^one for Mb p»fty,: in
the territory, in to*,ft fothe ,oply
chance the dem6oratio {iarty will ever
have |f the territory is admitted as a
state before the next presidential eleo
tion.. .'.
j,
«g* p*
,44fr«Xv.i#
sionists, it is hoped that ttie intelligence
and enlightened statesmanship of the
present legislators may prow an in
so per able barrier. Everj.hody is inter
ested in edanational progress evory one
knows that1 the highest taxos we pay,
after satisfying tbe indireot tax of the
variors vnmpires of the count! y, are
levied for school purposes. Then. it. be
hooves us to ?tudy economy of syetemB
and oonoenlratidu of labor and effort,
A number of ESioux Ulty saloon keepers
who werB recentlr indioted under the
prohibition l»w of Iowa were arraigned
last 8aturday and fiues imposed upph
them which aggregate ,$3,65Q. Tbey
were fined from'$300 to $600 each and in
defaialt of payment were sent to jail to
there remain a prescribed number of
days or weeks. This, ia given in penalty
for tho violation of a 8ttitut|i' whioh the
defendants apd tjieir' assooiates and
apologists said could never be enforced!
Id support of their view of the case they
killed a man who differed with
them. Yet the deed of., blood
did not stay the hand of justice. The
law has. been enfolded and to the utter'
oonfnBion of those who violated its pro
visions. In addition to. the punishment
of fine or imprisonment imposed upon
their owners, the offending saloons have
been placed under abatement aa nuia
aaoee, stooks and fixtures seized and
buildings sealed ^jpd plaoed in ousjody
of the authorities. There-is now in Sioux
City but one saloon against- whioh' no
proopedings h'ftvd been instituted' and
that oue .ia shortly to be plaoed upon
the list of nuisances abated. It iB the
openly expressed opinion of the Journal
that "it will not be long until the last
open saloon' sUooumbs to the power of
the law•?.'! v.
it
In aonie caaps these exa/ajerated re
ports are set.on fpot for purpose jbf
•ttej themselves, and
will te used tb good advantage by shaky
Companies with .their creditors in ^He
'gentleman is able to Hgufe out'ootisiaer
able^advantage to the nortttw6B-t from
pe^ sarys- the hdvantage of heavy
anow|fallg,to that oountry c^n' never be
eetihjated by people in the east. The
great amount that has fallen in the
territories will make plaoer minihg'
decidedly aofiTe:this year and' wilJ prove
of thp utmost'impprtapoe to the agtfcul
tural sMtiPnrof -the country. EveH if
IhB cattle losses sHtald proTe ote hsif as
grwt as reported, the Improvement
in the •price bfbeef Willi have a •, greet
Sffeci in -stiihalating stock industry
the west, stod the iitter ruin that
frequently been predicted1 for
Sfontlsna And Wypmiug as a resnltrof the
winter seems quite a distance off yet the
gentlemen thinks.,
,'!'St.]
P««l Pioneer Press.-'"'Fib. ssiat
Donr^d Kohrt, of Deer lj6dge, Mbntsnal
wes *nf 8t, Paul yesterday, Mri Kohrs
is on# of the most extensive cattle
In Montana.' Hpeaking of the
intewste, he said:
hink the estimate of 25 p«r oeP
too high. I woWd not'put It
5 per oPUt now, though if bad
•r oontinttea it may get as high as
r^senti The loss on riy ranges is
not very great yet. I bad a letter from
my boys dated the 7 th, and it said they
baa fpund some dead stook but not
msny,. The ground was about half bare
then. The oattle were thfn, but it was
tbotfghttliey would e6nie''Put all-right.
The araeont of sbOWOu top rftbedrouth
h*s made it a'hard winter for' stock.
Wbatjare known its "immigrant cattle."
thospi that have-not beoome scohmated,
are t^ie ones that eaanot stand the
4i
more|i
westj
,r|"fce«'.
of the retrogres-
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iiProbably 15 per oe«| of them
wiH me. Tbe,other stook will oPme out
very fhin,ut1f there Is not anv more
o»4 Weather the loss will "be only about
5 perpsnt.:
Bf 1
ThejU«Tenur »eiileslt.
Wafhingtoa-apeoial: The Continued
talk in Dakot* papers of Gov. Ghuroh's
iel«^lt^ Giffprd iiTbe
ooming a Ut^ tireaome i%the judge and
j^ view of a latter written, last month
to Gifford,' it may be presumed to
the gqvenn* atoo. The letter !B dated
Jan. 17. Referring to these statements,
Gov. Churoh' says:
... I see some one hae got me interviewed.
Nothing of tb* kind took place. I spoke
X'd^ls
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1887.
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SSI4?*' «ONTANA CATTLE* .MU
Opinions, via Ontaide Points-AIM^ed
Exaggerated Sepoits.
Washington, Feb 20—A gentleman
from Helens, Mont., who arrived in
Washington last night after six, clays
and nights persistent snowplowing and
digging through driftsays thAt'while
tlie northwest has never experienced
aaoh a,. winter in persistency of storms
and blizzards and depth Qf snowfall, the
tales of suffering among families and
Ipsa among cattle have been greatly ex
aggerated. "-.'-C
"f oame down the Yellowstone valley,"
said jbe, "with one of the most eiperi-'
epoed stook growers of Montana, and
although three engines w'er6 engaged
aioet of the tiniB in bucking the drifts
ahead of us* our progress was necessarily
elowi and we hod a good opportuuity to
observe most, of the herdB of range
oattlie alongjthe line, confess that
was surprised to'find them look
ing eo well. Most bf them were strong'
in flesh' and had evidently not
laoked for food' during the Wintefc Ttie
proportion of dead was very small, and
by no means oarried out the extraordi
nary reports with wiioh the east hai
beeni served. I -saw large pnmbers: of.
antelope along the. .trfiok, and they
looked f%t and strong, as thPugli feed
"bad been' accessible all winter.' My
rieqd this stoclt' 'grower showed nip the
abs^dity of the reports being anything
but gu^B8i»oek, jl'he great Montana and
Wyoming range is 400 by
COO
^ood Advice to Carpenters.'
W. Montgomery, 6f Ogdensburg.
New Ybrfe, writes to hiB broibers'of the
square and compaBs:
My advice to all oarpenters la to wear
a couple of AiitooOK's PLABTBRS on the
small of the baok. I find that tbey give
me double power and energy to acoom
pish my work, as well as proving shields
against oolda bnd pulmonary diQoultie&,
These* Plasters appear to fill the body
with nervous energy "'and' power, and
tbey seem tcr double my natoral strength,
am a carpenter4 jy trade, and know
how often my brother workman and I
suffer from imprudently ^throwing our
ooats off and goipg. to ,work in a cold
shop. We forgot how little protection
the baok part ofc thevast affords to the
lungs. By placing an At/MwoK's PtiXs
ISB under each shoulder-blade all
trouble of this kind will be avoided, as I
know by experience. If you do g'et
oaugbt witha oold or a bad oongh or
rheumatic pains S'n A&iiCOOKfs PLASTBR
gives instant relief,
ExcUeiHatit in Texat,
Great excitment'h««t)fcen catued in tbe
vicinity tif Paris, Tex. by the r^taarkablfe
recovery of Mr. J. E. Cprley, who was so
helpless heoould not turn in bed, or raiBe
his head everybody Baid. be was clying
JBtaMiiien'4
miles ia
extep t, apa the rapidity with which:
storm has followed: storm has fepdered
it impossible for any man tp. *idp the
wngo tp secure oorrept .reports pf the
ct^idipion of,lhe herds. ,ln. Bome,. esses
where o&ttlp had, strayed^ antv beoome
penned tbe mortality among tuem bas
been great,,bpt. w^e they have had,fre^
eep_across the r»pge before the storm
escaped with
pes, I don
^eaoh above:
in the average, altboogh
tbtoyjfeave.been.,averaged4S high aa
of yowjeet Ify si^jj^aiBptfiriPg an4
•^yingwltb painof.cutting-teeth? Itso,
i^ndi. ^«trit(»ioe and get si botttof of
Waa.
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BttoiHH^STBtrp fpr-
dtiiaf^SjTeething. lnpaldn:
lablP.., ^ill relieye jthefpoor little euf«
f«w immediately. X^e^end nnon it,
mothQrs,^ber» is. no aistake aboot it
Itrobresaysentory via diarrhoea, regu
lates *h& e&pMftb and bosrela, cores
wmd ooli9,aoftene tbe gums, rednpes ip*,
flammation an.d^gives tone and «nergy
to w,hpW syetem,
R^ifiWiiin tfee United
i8,-fp* »»le Iff all druggists
throughout the world, Price twMty
fiveoehu. a bottle, r-h,
tided Mrara'tbott].
with ireat.nQoaeM. Barf the oitarrh
that wheneverJ^ala blo#ttijrboMli would
Wf ttU «itfrebr oqt t( fereai h.
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Consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. King1*
New Discovery was sent him. Finding
relief, be bought a ltrge bottle and a box
of Dr, King's New Life Pills|: by .the lime
he bad taken: two. boxes of Pills and iw
bottles of the Discovery, he was,well ant
had gained in, flesh thirty-six pouns.. Trial
Bottles of thife Great Discovery for Con
sumption free at Purdy & Brecht's.
.Ml
Physicians Have Found 0utM*
That aflontamiuating and foreign element in
the. bloody developed by indigestion, ia the
oause 6t i&Qaiiiatiiiit. Tbifl eettle» upon the
Metaiitlve sabeatanidna ooveting ot tho nios
ole» land ligftiwntaof tfae Jolllta, oauaing don
Btant and shifting pain, and agaMnttnfeiu*
ealcaoedusi chalky deposit whioh prodnnea
stiffness and diatortion ojf the Joints.. JBp f*qt
whioh exberienoe bas tfemonitraScl
tegird
to Ho*tetter's 8tofn»ch Bitt«r» l^aii »tTbuger
evidenoo sapport Chan this, namely, that
this medicine of„ pojuprehentive we* eheoka
the fomidable afld,4troeietoftUeaae. Jtor is it
leMpo«iavelye«tabli8^ed!aiitit ie'preferabre
to the
.poisods oftaii niwd to arrest it. bince tbe
medieine oontaics only palmar ingredients, it
ailments debility and other .diaordara.. Bee
to at of
it cJ'•'.V
'1'.
TVUexi, \ery Children'are
deprived of tbeir natural nourishment,
it is dlfflonlt to procure a proper' substi
tute therefor hsioe tlie alwrming mor
tality among infants.^ .Mellin'a Food«
which is. rePPmmended by the highest
medical autbPTi^ieH. has been 'preplsrdd
to meet this very want.
Arntoa aalv#,
Salyis in tie world far Outs,
nfii^lowj,.. Xnoers,Ssi^^epm, Fever
Sofres^ff^tiw^Chapped Hands, Chilblain
Corns, sad all Skin: S^ruptions,- and 'po»
^fte^rnp pky ifeqiilr^a |t
*9 saiis%tion,tpr
money refun^edi Price 26 cents per box,
Fot2 pale .by the BxPelsiorcOrtg Store: bf
Pundy-ABreoht.
W •:.•?
-".i
feto W^eHier^««
Xreryd6 distUrbe(i at night and
ttnigbt.and broken
ofEly'siBaim.
sA bad
oe. K. 17th inttatry. yort Outer,
'"r-yr rn
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Every 3Lady t^tktbh aiid
»w»|
mmMfrmw*
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to tome of our attorneys here and told
them what yon said to me at Deadwood,
and, further, to write you and urge yon
to push one of tbe four judioal bill. I
know nothing about any other bills, and
certainly would not be so ungenerous as
to subject you to oriticism for what all
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Clarks Niile^hd Sflool Cotton
W6 balieva itlo be the best Thread
In" the World. Wh'orewle
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and Retail Ag*piL
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3rd and Caplto-! Yqiktofi,. D.T
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ft*-.*"
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u- jut
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Blaek, Uou Falls J,.,'
and general hapeds
•1 raaonaUe Vrioe^
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^NtlMBEH 25*]
MARKET
Wholesale I Retail
HANDLE Fresh Trout, White Fish and Cat.
fi«h, Willaend wagpn around on Wednea
da$e and EWdayg'fcnd will deliver Fish at any
time when ordered. Oysters in season. Fruits
desSrip
of all descriptions.
The public intronage ia respectfully solicit
ed. Batislaolion guaranteed.
fully,
eed. Yours, respect
M..P. DOW1JNQ.
Gas. xGrAS. Gas.
1
MAKE YOUR OWN GAS,
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Equitable Gas Machine,
Okeap, dean. £afet Dry, Durable—no fire
So water, automatie, economical—Espe
cially adapted to private awelllngn,
atoroa, halls, hotels, and
business blocks.
1 1M
IT
IS the only, drv blower In tbe market or
that oan be put in the market without infrin,
ging on patetita. It la adxptod to any climate
uaing neither water or heat. 'J here la notl teg
to freeaeadd no danger of accident by lire, it
ia automatie ia its action, it avoioa all the
dafebta and filth of the varioua water and
•team machines, there being no aahaa or other
reaidue. It giyes you a perfeot light without
fire 6r water. It ia inaoraed by tbe inauranoe
indorsed by tbe inauranoe
that a maohine capable of
leni and wmemoer t.. ...
ighting a large building re^oirea leas care and
attention than an ordinary lamp. 1% simply
needa winding up like a clock onee or twice a
week andgives abetter and oheaper light than
the cheapest ooal gaa. :Vor further
tionapply to J. H.
OAMPB&IjLi,informa­
UeehameiU Engineer, corner uapitol and 2nd
•tTaeta, Xankton. D. I. Foatothoe Box 7M
bertittcate of Copartnership.
%ttig in to Mrtify that tbe nameR of the men.
ber*Kf.tbe Itrm of J^dmunda
Si
Sons, are and
hate been Newton, Edmunds, Oharjes P. Kd
mnnds and William H. Edmunda all or whom
reside at Yankton, Yankton oounty, Dakota
Territory and that said farm is carrying on a
general banking: bnsweaa under the .name of
Xankton Bank, at Yankton, Dakota.
Dated at Yankton,-1. X.» this luth day of
January, 1887. ftzWTON UJDHDnns,
OHA&LKS P. KDMUNDS,
WlIiliXAK H.KOUUkOS.
Territory of Dakota, Oounty of Yankton, ss:.
Bo it remembered, that on: thia
10th
day of
January, A..M 1687, bsffilfi.ae M. J. Cramer, a
notary publlo in and Tor nam county and terri
tory persooally appeared ^ewcon Kdmunds,
Chaalea P. Mdmnnds and William H. isdmudns,
well known to me to be tbe peraona* who are
described in and who executed tbe foregoing
certificate and severalty duly acknowledged
that they executed the aame freely.
t-a» M. i. UBAlLUtt, tictary Public.
.if
An Ordinance.
An ordinance to amend section two (2) of
oh^ptex^l iof the HevUed Ordinanoee, entitled
Tbe Alasor ani^ Council of the City of Yank
Wai do enact and ordain ab follows
tteotion 1. Xbat aeotioa two (i) of ohanter ?1
of top revised ordinances of the aity of xank
•on, entitled "Fire Ldmits," be and tbs same ia
led to read as follows:
therein
fpi
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Hereinbefore
Corporation shall
erect or eatablish. or cause to be erected or
established by removal or otherwise, any
bailqibg whatever, or addition to any building
"wh&te^er.unleaii the outer walla thereof ahail
maqe of brick and mortar. or of iron, or of
atone and mortar iand all persona are hereby
prohibited from hereafter erecting or estab
Bahieg any building, or any addition to any
building,.the outer walls of which are com
ppasd of wood, or other oombuatible material
and any person violating any. proriaion of this
chapter ahall be deemed guilty of committing
a nnifcanod, abd on conTicuon thereof shall be
fined in any. sum not lesa than twenty.five dol-
Jtf
lars nor more tban iift-y aollai a and any build
addition to any baiiGbos hereafter arec- r" -'Ms:
mg or addition to any building hereafter arec
ted or establi hed.withln a aid iuuta, oontrarr
to the proviaoaa uf this *ebu|pter, shall be re
nibvM at the ooit of the person so erecting the
aamebi aforesaid.
tteciii. This ordinanoe shall take effect and
bf enforced Irom and after it« paaasge and ap
proval.
Adopted January Brd. 1887,
,.. O'BUiiCN, Oity Olerk.'
Approved January loth, 1887. «w»
O. J.15. HABBIS, Mayor.
JNotiee of DLwelatton.
N±S
Mr*. Wmslov't
WM'm&'W'lfir Omsm.Te^*»gsi%
pliant to preeorip'
i|°n ft,
the .ol4s»t nurses and
munas,
tttnnchi and William H. Udmands, nnder the
firm niuue of Edmaiida, Hudson & Company.
triu teendiwol red thia day, by mBtaafoonsent.
That isaid.Newton Kdmunds, (Jharies P. Kd
mu^da and William H. Uctmfcndh takes all
the property and aasames and pays all the
debta and obligations of said firm and all tbe
debte, claims and obligationa due, payable or
belonging to aaid tirm are to be aeouredand
collected by and paid to them.
ut u*m««c£|C)HAUA0
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Pa
£jHUNDS.
L, Dftketa, Deoember SUt, IBM.
'jb^olution of Copartnership.
^mktog, Janttary21at, 1887-The partnership
herotofor* exiottng between Ohiiatoph Stein
b&ob fcnd ObiUtoi^ WeUaad, t&e eiiy of
dm
«"4?
paid
waoeaOHi
CHBI8TOPH bTZIKBACH,
OHBIhTOPH WxiIiAali.
Special Tax Male.
"TVrotiOE is hereby given that in pursuance of
-L.* aepeclal assessment and tax levy made by
the mayor andnpunoil of the city of Yankton
D. T-, on the aOth day of December, 1886 for the
purpose of paying the ooat of certain improve,
meats!, consisting of sidewalks in frqpt of and
along the aide of oertain blocks and lota
ordered and made by reaolutiona of mew or
rot «ka .A l_xthe
and cqunoll Of theoaid oity of Yankton.
and due notioe of aitch speoial assessment ar
tax levy having 'jeen published and
having now become delinquent and interest
penalty accrued tbereunT I'ahaii on M*T
DHOAK, THK 26th DAY OF kj£BBUAUY, 1887
prooeed to aell at publie sale all the real estate
upon which said tax now ia or shall remain
unpaid, to pay ^aueh tax and ooau thereon,
sai4»«e will take place at the front door ol
the oonrt hooae in the oity of Yankton, D. T.,
between the hpura of and 10 o'clock a.
The ftdlowing Is a deacripUon
s\j:$z£n
the real eatate
to bs nld^and the amount one npdn eaoh lot.
part of lot or parcel of real estate eepeotlvely!
oa»4 imount inelndet tke tax levied, the
pexuUt^, interest oost of adrerticing and e&toz
fl*owngrKliiaWalkyr,lot7
block Co,
Iwwwr Teuafcfem. Amount $£?.70.
Supposed owner Mrs. J. Johnson, undivided
one-fourth, weat two-third a lot A, blooklS,
^IjOwSrJt silk ton. Amount (17. B2,
•apposed o«i6r Ohriat Kirahman, lot 8, block
St, Uwer Tanktou Amount $27.70.
lnwitaesa whereof I have hereunto set my
'^is 20th day of January, 1887.
hand
WILLIAM JMjA'fT.Oity Treasurerr
JOHN L. PENNINGTON
inoiannAiuw
Seal Bstate and Loan Broker.
Lite and Fire Inauranoe.
He. (, Foatuaioc (Uuoa,

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