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Sakotaiaa
•THE NEWS EPITOMIZED.
Boston street oar strikers are lodalg-
Idr
in violent demonstrations.
The death is announced ol
Uoumes Dekker, the Datofr
He was born in Amsterdam in 1829.
Edward
author.
The president yesterday sent to tbe
senate messages vetoing bills granting
pensions to John D. Fincher and
Raohael Ann Pi«rrepont.
Henry George leotored to an immense
andienoe at Uiooianati luSt night on
"Progress and Poverty," The receipts
from admission fees vera enarmoas.
The president yesterday sent the
nomination to the senate of Anew M.
Thayer, of Missouri, to be United States
diBiriot judge for the eastern district of
Missouri.
Yesterday's elections in Germany were
not generally favorable to the govern
ment and the closeness of the oontest in
some of the distnots renders neoesiary
another eleotioo.
The resignation St Oadge Samuel
Treat, judge of the United States district
for the eastern diatriot of Missouri, to
take effeot Mareh 8, has been forwarded
to the president.
The striking ooopera of Mew lork are
getting back to work again wherever
employers will take them. The strikers
still out nnmber in all about 800. The
strike has not effected the millers' trade.
Ool. Lament said yesterday that
the secretaryship ofthe treasnrr had
not as yet been offered to any one, all
reports to the oontrary notwithstanding,
and that the president had not yet set
tled the matter in his own mind.
His majesty, the king of oarni
suite arrived at New Orleans yesterday
afternoon by special train on tbe
Illinois Oantral railroad.- The pleasures
of the day were marred by rain, whioh
fell at intervals daring the afternoon.
The military committee oftheboose
has agreed to the bill appropriating
$5,000,000 for a gun factory for heavy
ordnanoe, mortars and torpedoa, and
to be expended under the direction ef
aboard to be' appoiotcd ly the presi
dent.
The national commutes & the
labor party met at Cincinnati yesterday
morninz with E.H. Gillette, of Iowa, in
the ohair and a lair attendaooe of mem'
bers. A decision on the 'propbMtjfiitt, to
discontinue the greenback, party and
merge it into the national iodftitr^.
party Was postponed.,
Tbe sale has been awaummated .ol
Lookout mountain, delebretsd at 0»e
soeneof the tattle among the clouds A
company lias been organized, to build a
broad guage railroad by1 July 1 and
the handsomest hotel in the math on
the historio height?* Work on
railroad will oomoaenoeaionQe,
the
Gov. Grosvenor, president of the Na
tional Uuion league, has called meet
ing of the national council to be held
at the Ebbitt house, Washington, on
Taesday, March 1. It is stated, that
this will be an important meeting
prominent republicans fsam• all parts
the oounjfry, and that aoti6n,witt 'be tak
en on matters of interest.
DAKOTA CO IS DEIfSAXIOX &
A knights
been perfected at Aberdeen With fifty
members. .-»,*
Ashton has served papers tooontest
Bedfield's claim to the county seat
Spink county.
Of
L. S. Parkin# h^pirchi^fi,ir)Bflert
intereat in the Wflmot, Befiortori The
firm will hereafter be li. 8. Perkins
Son. /.
Unless sll signs fail, the artesian well
diggers at Jamestown will atrike «c^erj
this week." They are o»fr.
Met
itS0Q
down. lin-vi
The Bed nW'" levator' at'
'£&un>lire'
Ferry, near Devil's Xaake, Attaining
16,000 bnshelr of grain -barited
oq
Satp
urday.
Huron reports last week^s iMH»"thc
worst sinos 1880. It is feared the storm
will cause inuah suffering amongaattlers
and stock,:.
The Dakota^and Mbntapa corno
on devising, means to prevent oontagious
diseases among, Mttie met Monday at
Miles Oity, Montana.
1'
During two days of last week Mitch
ell was out off by storms front the oatr
side world, the roide being bkteked and
the telegraph wires down..
It is said that the. Northern, Ifroifio
direotors have under ooosideration the
extension oMhe JAmeseown and North
ern branch north troni Minnewaukan
to the Turtle mountains.
At Watertown Alfred Tiaehsr
bound over to the, cRstriot oourt on a
chajge of obtaining money under
pretense. He gaye a chattel: tttortip«e
on a tree olaim tor ninety dollars.
The commission of Gtoteral Tynar,
postmaster at Fargo, wmTezptre Haroh
1st. There is nbt a lisp even in Inside
democratic cindcs as to whom his
ocssor will be, and many beilpv* be will
ahooeed himself.
The fint li^upr proseootion since pro
hibition went into effect in Canton oc
curred laet week. A. Haneacheigel, a
brewer, was arrested lor retailing liquor
and bound over to await the action of
the district court.
The oongresslonai bill providing tor
the refund to the varionit states and ter
ritories ot direct taxes collected during
the war and to remit all balanioee found
due oh that acoount, will cetera to
Dakota »8,2il.38
The failure of the Merchanta National
bank of Deadwood affects tbe Stock
Growers' National of Miles City, the
First National at Billings, the National
Park of Livingston, and Christie'ft
Jeany«1 New Xork-
A discouraged aftwspaper -correspond—
ent at Pierre recnarkd^ If governor
Chnroh can only recognise Inerre with
an appointment it might be a mascotte
and change the luck ot place that hss
never received anything.
The bitterest' opposition is shown in
Pierre to the local option bill which has,
&.)f-
ill.
ii ii'
parted tbe house and is pending-birfore
the oounoil. A request has been for*
warded to tbe Pierre member of tbe 1
oounoil, Judge Mead, to te against the
bill.
Delegate Gifford baa laid before th»
house of repreaentative* a petition from
the grand lodge of Good Templars, ot
Dakota, representing 8.000 members of
the order, asking that tbe right to vot»
upon the liquor question be granted to
tbe women of the Diatriot of Columbia.
William Rea is one of Fargo'a oldest
aettlera,ahd a man «hose opinions on the
weather in prospect are universally
re~
speoted. He says thai notwithstanding
the large amount ot snow oh the ground
and -the great depth of toe in the river,
there will not fee flood al&ng tjie lied
riv«ir.
D, L. Ohnton seems to be having lots
of trouble. He married agtil in Bridge
water andit is now reported that he
has another wife in Mitch til and some
half dozen or more in Iowa. Last
Wednesday, night he was taken to
MitQhdl, the sheriff keeping bim oom
pany.
The people ot Linooln county are very
anxious to have Bepreeentative Aiken's
UU for changing the terms of court in
the fourth district pass the house, the
same having already passed the oounoil.
There has been no extended term of
oourt at Canton for two years, and mat*
tersof litigation are off erring greatly
for want of attention.
I POL. 1
UAL PRATTLE.
ttovjeruor «'!ianh's AspelnUnaaM
tk» SniyrtM t&ej
CtmM,
Bho k'.ok, Jb'ab. 18—Gov. Ohoroh gave
the ieeijaatiue and the army ol offioe
seekers two surpriaea torday. It
understood last evening, and. was
probably the governor's porpoae not. to
make any nominations to. offioe before
Saturday. But by noon to-day It was
known that it had bean detereni&ed to
send to theoooMil the name
a- jMWr-
ot
oessor to E. W. Caldwell as auditor, and
aoon after that Jamea A. Ward of tiioux
Falfa was anitiofahoed ae the lucky tnaor
The sarprise wa# not tliat Ward had
been appointed to ofiioe, bnt that tt was
nqtt to the office ot treasurer laatead of
auditor. Ward is the senior 'member
of 4he wbolesale grooery firm of Ward ft
Fri^k. Hs waaa matuber-otthe Sionx
Faljf eonstitntiohal oonvention and the
father of the minority Twte1 featare
which wfts submitted aaa separate pro
position. But the geaoine surprise of
the day was tW- nOtoluation of
Johh D. Benton—el Fargo to
toe treaantMD
had been
uBe0kan
In town several days,vbut., seemed more
intent npon winning tb# billiard ebam
pionship
Attornsy General Engle
Iroax
thah aponanyt^jngelae., Ho,apparently
t6dk little intoreatin theaqsabtHs which
waa goingonabonthuniori tbe ofBoes
at tbe gilt of the governor, and aa h»
people of the territory—that ot
hSn, therefore,waa announced that
fead to- tl»e j»erifa*e as
vera^s^o^^t^suQoeitior, to
thera waa genuinar aatonish
reryone admitted the fitness
ot the appointment, Vtif It WKS the nn
nptMwthat bad happened, and nobody
conidsay"!toidyonao." Atones the
tact was, recalled that tt^e oonvention
which bad nominated Benton for. aheriff
had pent del
hadbeenshu)
lowcwraad thai),
ft delegatJoatoAberdsen which
shufiontby MMb'D^tfs-fol
t&d thaWincretaliatkm^Baaton's
ioall throwing dowo^the gaUnUe^" was
Its remark o# on? gentleman,, Another
suggested that as the _nomlnanon was,
an exoellent one,It hn| prcibobly been
sMtdslw tbat MA without any
reference whether Mr. Day wished B*
The fact appears to betbat Gov, Ghureh
made the seleotion of Mr,Bentcui with-,
oonsnltwr *but
1
cot I ng anybody,' or at least
vsrjr few. QoV. ChnWh said to the
Pionaeer Press oorrespondent licMnight
I did not. deaide npon the appoint
ment of Ool. Benton nntil last eveoiBg.
I then informed him of my decision and
«s)^ his aoMptamfe^ saidfeo woald
lu£ to go bom* to Fargo )eto(e giving
hissBis wer. And Mked tintil Mondfty.
At tuwn tttHla#7 "«dled him Int^^my
ofBfts ct the-Capitol and told 1'
I had deoided to sand his name in at
outel Th)d is aH the notice he b«d.
OqL Benton had been for aome years a
leading attorney wf Fawd. and was Iftst
tall eleotedsheriff Of CtM county by a
handaome malority at the head
t-
beht pmetic
considered tbat toe acme of patriotic
duty demanded of them that they should
reprint this stuff by the ooiomn. It
may surprise these editors mmewhat is
know tbat evety nomination to a Dakota
office is submitted to Mr. Gtfford by the
senate committee having the nomination
in charge, and tnat no action on the case
is taken'until the delegate has given
hia views upon it. Further, that hie
statement goes far to help the matter
along, and tbat it ia to his inflnenoe and
politioal liberality that many democrat*
owe their early and unobatruoted con
firmations. Mr. Gilford did not attempt
to "hold up" Jndge Church's nomina
tion, but did all that he could to urge it
along until oertaiB oharges appeared
from the outside. Then two members of
of tbe oonamittee said positively several
times that if Mr. Gifford added hia
opposition to tbe oharges already made
Mr. Church wood be rejected without
delay. Mr. Gifford did not do this, bat
let the matter take oare of i$selL
going only at the last moment and
urging Senator Piatt to let the nomina
tion "go through,'' as no good could
oome from holding It longer. There are
several other nominations before the
senate whioh a grain of sand la the
balance from tbe hand of Gifford may
have the effect of tipping the wrong
way, and giving some other Dakota
demoorat a chance. It may be perti
nent to remark also tbat Mr. Gifford's
iniloenee is securing the appointment of
more fourth-class postmasters in Dakota
than the entire democratic combination.
Oplatoss ea two Mat\Jeeta
Mitohell, Dak. Feb. 20—Tour oorrea^
pondent interviewed the following
citizens 6t Mitchell on tbe measure to
remove ths supreme court to Bedfield,
as follows:
Judge Edgerton—Bedfield ion acoount
ot its railroad connections fa very ac
cessible, and if the bar of jge territory,
as represented in the legislature, ah all
conclude to fix the session pf the
supreme oourt there, 1
see no objections.
I am of the opinion that the representa
tives of the tmr should determine the
iooation, provided tbe proposed location
has the proper facilities toaocommodate
the court and bar.
Distriot Attorney Hannett—Bedfield
wonld ben convenient Iooation:
Probate Judge Crow—.With her
preaent railroad connections and pro'
posed extension, Bedfield will certainly
be as accessible as any point in couth
XMkota. .%•
Mi H..Bowley, president ofthe Secor
jty bank—I should like to see Bedfield
get the oourt. Central Dakota is en
titled to recognition,
H. C. Preston, attorney—Bad fit !d
Would suit me.
On the question. of submitting the
matter ot division to vote, the fol-
low tog, opinions were elicited^
E. E. Hitehcook^ attorney—The sub
mitticMt DTODOfliticmis ftll rlffhi.
O. H. DUlon, distriot judge on state
ticket—If tbe queetion bt division can
be submitted without extra expense
Zemin favor ol it,
B. W. Wbeelook, editotof theBepnb
lioan—I have always contended that the
people of Dakota have expressed them
selves repeatedly on the question, but
as a friend ef division I Can- -see no
obtection to a vote, though it will decide
nothing.
Judge Edgerton—I have no aoubt aa
to the advisabilitr of wdmistioB of both
north, and south Dakota. Baoh will
make a grand state* and the area of each
wiil exbeed that of the majority of .the
large states. I am also ot the opinion
that the great majority «f the people in
each section of the territory dealra a di
yision. The legislature bas expressed
the will of the people on this question
for many years, and each time in favor
of division. Bat if the legislature thinks,
thwe oan be so doubt upon this ques-i
tion see no harm in submittinB »t to
the People, .!» W
a oi
Xet ae Jfonay
om
an in—
ot
depMidait ticket. He was formerly
reWitont of New ¥ok. asd in that rtate
waa elected sherifi ^aa a demoerat in a
strongly repabUoan county. Itwasiw
portfd this afternoon tbat Mr. Benton
wibutd not reaign the offiee ot sheriff to
acoept that of treasoreir. Being asked
ufo the tenth otthatiwportbesaid:
As Jam not yet oCbfbmed ft would
hardly be proper tor n» to eay. what I
will do. however, that I
ahall dcr nothiny whioh will caose any
any friction, or which will tiot be per-fhsve
teotly proper fortnetodo.
Among other reports ft on»«o the eff
entitles republicans to resognitlan In the
make-up ot the governor's cabinet, at*
endeavoring to induce the majority, ot
the ooiuuiltQ makejaniMOealLonoe
hanging np nominations already made,
and refusing to confirm them until terms
can be atad^ OM!Qla| is oet|Un, that
a good meny repnbttoaifi hlid^i
selTee to believe that one of that par^y
would be appointed either auditor or
treasurer. The appointment of Ward to
be auditor waa at onoe confirmed, Itat
afterward the following
131 nftmlfaatioirf' from the execntive
shall be opened and read immediately In
executive sanion and riiall then be laid
over for consideration in executive ses
sion on the following day, unless
wise ordered by a majority ot the
~?T'
Washington, Feb. 18—A word of
vuniii( to,'*rtiiii:' demoeratio
in Dakotik would n«»tse^D to:.. be
inappropriate at this time, in view of
the'(aot that demddMOfa editon do sat
appear to be entirely free from hanker
tngs after offlee, etid that^ine or iwo pf
them may be eventqail^ hit with
government poaitioiBs which would
to enable
and enudnments- therefor. These papers
of Day's selections, tniny ot whibh
have proven pretty" bad, no aispoettion
Is found to1 interfere wttttit.' IhC' bid
man 1m Written at least timdred let
tere beM about hit oonfirmatibn. Conger
reported the nomination two weeke ago
and ll has been lying on the senate
calendar since. Yeetemay it was repor
ted that the papers in ttie case had been
lost Ot had entirely disappeared from
the files of the senate, and it was doubt
tul It the matter could be britaght to
eonfirmattott without another nbmina-'
tlon. The result of this oonld not be
aaosztained bat It Was jpro»Kised tbat if
ths papem were found jHammer wi
ba pronaptlr confirmed.
,, .a, ii'i flr'1 'jii1. "M k1•!
Over hi Tankton a t^per
--"-'^hau,
.who
with the
who have hare
out of. nympattgr with aH
pnasea of the question, and who have
been considered hopelcea devp tees of
th« floirtM ^wl, 5^«WlSIs.is
worse fcaaXank ton (Wrt, 4
plfwes ot the siaa in the wsstilt lC. pot
So bp dented that, there h»r»i4nadacit,
room for reform.^ It. is o^t .Aftea thai
5,n^
l,i,WT!!,¥d
that
Otfford bad attempted to
"hold up^ jainrob's: aoaalutki'
and had taued miserably, aad
that gifford was of small aceount
anjiway." These petty attacks of gen
eralisation have gained some impor
tance through tbe faot that several dem
opqttio dailies j)f jhs northwest ba7«
for
A
Aamaser.
tor
vr,
Washington* spe«iBli One of the
funniest dases yet considered 'bf.
senate is the nbm|naUcn ot amnn named
Hammer to be postmaster at Mitehell,
Dak. Hamm«ris an old man, somewhat
cranky, and long retired from Active
business. Residents ot Mitchell write
that he is incompetent,' lint as he was
i«4
disorderly, stittnonearf soblis4asaot
to ise thM it takee a great mmr drinkers
port thennmber of saioou whioh
a this city, .It is,not Worth while
•P^kof ihe evils .ol .intemperaiwa.
The benefits of the raysef the sua .are
no more apparent than are th« di%
tressing
salt from the unrestrained sale and tiftr?
dtocrimMiiite use of intoziaating Jlfwink
What has been donejtt Xaukton ought
to be done here. The bosiness man
over Uuvt have net hesitated to identify
themselves with the movement for fear
of injoring their trade. ,, ,Qn the other
hand the iempetanoe etanant is on top
and it is eyen said that tbers-have heen
added to UMrefoi^ Uate mm wboihave
taken that position solely becanse they
,rjsl B6 thM it is now the popular side.
T*e Meox •eMtrvastea JCeaMt^
Washington,18.^—ihe oonstaptl^
deferred hoi^' that taqst l^t mf^cing tfa»,
heartsof tbe dwell«n tong
souri Hverstok st the outlook for the Mil
is agajn raised in a siigrht degree.' Mr.
Welibora's trip to Texas haa iaft the bffl
in the hands of «Mn who tave the
«t«W» oloasly at haarj, and they are
trying to wedge in one solitary day for
its consideration. Mr. Feel, Whole
eecond on the Indian affairs committee
and coBawiiusntiy saooeeds to the ehair^
-ssanship to the cbajye of the biM, be#
joined hands .withjNtr. Ifalson, ak».«t
the committee, ana the two with Dele
gate Oifford are potting in their
time endeavoring to find a little
,jto toko this Mil from the calendar and
„v&.
'r
dobate it. Mr. ttandail. as cbcirman
of tbe committee on appropriations, has
oontrol of every minute of time remain
ing this session. A conference with him
baa already been held, in wbioh Le
agreed to allow tbe Bioux bill a day as
aoon as the legislative and executive bill
ia Out of the way. Another conference
on this matter will be beld to-morrow,
and it is not improbable that some ar
rangement may be effected. The out
look ia not cheering, however. The leg
islative bill generally takes from five to
seven days for debate. There are several
other appropriation bills to be consider
ed besides oonffrenoe reports, and it
looka now as if most of the time remain
ing would be easily consumed. .•v«.
President Very Mad..
Delinquent 1SW Ttxca. 4rtllirt^j,'
The following is the text of tbe aot of
the Dakota legislature extending the
tiipie when taxes for 1886 'heoome delin
quent:'
jtai aot providipgior.anextenaion.of the
time for tbe payment of taxee for 1886.
Be it enacted by the legislative aaBeia
blyjof- the territoiT of. Dakota.
J}eotion 1. That all unpaid taxes for
the year 1886 shall become delinquent
'pa the first Mbdda^ bt February, 1887,
and ^hall drew interest btthOate tf 1
per ceQfc per month from the date: of
such 4c^S3?cncy until,the first day ol
JulyV 1SB7, at which latter date
there shall be ^d^,,as a pegalty..! per
oent. npon the amount so remaining
unpaid/ and dne per- cetitper month
thereafter nntil paid. -tofJUC added on
sot proo6ed tS«t)lleot 'by distress1 and
ssle any of the taxee hereinbefore referr
ed to unitil after the firet day of July Ai
D. 1887 provided^that in,
,caaer
5
any per?-.,
son ^fivhig only personal property as
sessed and iipon which the taxes are iiri-'
paid, shall, in the opinion'of the treas
urer be about to move ont of thecounty,
or to dispose of suoh property, it shall be
th« duty of irach treasurer to oollect such
taxes at any time Bfter thetax daplicate
has been plaoed in his hands as provid
ed bylaw.
Sec. 8. AU aots and parts of acts in
cobfli(t herewith are hereby repealed.
Gtec. 4 This aot ehall take effect and
bs in force from and after Its passage
approval. ,• si
ApprovedJj»niMyji8jl8Jfo
BISMARCK GOSSIP. f.
«haWh aaiaiMr^iis CeBfereaee-eneaaes
jasi t»Bailr»W OoamlHioaen. t.
BisraarPk»Dak^Ieb,31—The swtpris-
Mth, .«|thioh Oovemor. Ohurdi tfaas
touted tk legislatanMnd the
democrats
are«the topios of
conversation on every hand,
A qOfstioh that Is of Kre^t interest to
the ptditidsnt iti whether Ohuteh and
Pay have^nade up. The two leaders
held a- «eoret consoitation Saturday
afternoon, the outcome of whiph is not
^^y.^eirstop^i ^EftlJ^JiMJtoWonie
evident tbat there are to be no active
ttties. The appoifitinents so fares'
«re«rtainlyntt ixt*be
the JCh^r faotion, but^hat
isppsed,to
... tbat Abe Boyn
ton. will be 'one of ths! railroad «iommis
sioners and Sdiwf t&Ulthof the Huron
Times another, while .Wex (Griggs of
string loWyhsn working
thi reappoihttoent of dept.
I, of Orandforks, as railroid'com-
smv
KxaMpla.
ttioo^J'aUs, Press:' the temj
maettoc irU^ Is to be held
^i^A'atepfti tfae line «l reform vhish'
deserrea wall of all good otUsans ot
•Ufcedni
Some Bargains
Ooraer of Third atrsat and
Douglas Avenue,
a,
New York Sun's Washington sp£bial:
A gentleman who commanded a good
deal of attention from the people of
Dakota during a period of four years had
a chat a few days ago with the president
about Jadge Cburoh and confirmation
BS
governor of the territory.
"It W8S a fight," siid' this gentleman,
that made tbe president very mad.
Nothing that oonld be said moved him
in tbe least to distrust Chnroh. He had
tried his man, knew his Worth, and had
picked him ont for the place long before
Ohqrch or anybody else thought of it.
The president said tbat it was clearly
understood by him .that the fight on
Church oame from prominent demo
crats in Dakota, and among them were
friends of Secretary McCormiok probably
however, without the knowledge or oon
sent of McCormiok himself. Their
objeot Mr. Cleveland said, was to force
Chnroh to. make a division of the spoils
in Dakota with them. That was the last
thing in the world whioh the president
would let Church do. 'When those fel
lows ont there made a fight on Church
they simply bucked against Gr0*er
Cleveland himself. I predict tbat not
one ot^them will, ever dome to 'the top
again Solar as Ohnhsh or Cleveland has
anything to do with Dakota, politics."
I
C3«
my
and the opposition comes
thftgraiooratsof bls«wn distriot.
Tbe lobby here favqrs the appointment
ot Frank Wfllsdn, Pembina,'bttt it is
the general impression that he will be
left tbe cold
Abe Boynton, the large and imposing
ItoQiUmax, is stillthe.
traii of one of the railroad ootnmiasio&er
shipc, and is hm&piajtT alontT fit a win
ning gate It 'he is not appointed a
larae number of Dakotxians will be sar
.^ebills to fcbolieh thebfBoesof r^U
road coinniiBaloiieH and oommissibcer df
immigration s^re still before tbe legisla
ture, and there is every~reason" to pre
«nnt«f that if wttiot arises between
It fa very eViSfit that Beorefary Mo
Ocimadc, whornsdeasbctt anddemsive
record a» governor of pakoU darfog the
Wore that Church was in tha noalee of
tbe .United States senate, is not being!
consulted l^the mat^ei^apfiplntigeni^
,i, OsuMoa. Febroary 'vf.
•.aad onohauM.
7«(
Mai
ifi
78 it 18 Jan* S1H-
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^aakloa. fsbnu^ijL
'^•aeeeejaji^Av
CWli
p*awt-i
fmwutppr Mil
m, per du..
oilers tsr
For the Next Twenty Jays,
—r
We wilL Offer our Stock of Coah
iting Stoves at Cost.
if
on
:W
Can be made during
month by purchasing
Boots & Shoes at the
lar Shoe Store. Come
get your bargains.
Koeps tbe largeat etook of
Soots
IN DAKOTA also, IA
Ha^. Caps, ttloves and Men's
Hosiery. Is Agent for
Adattd &
BUFFALO 'fflSAD 11 PILES,Yankton
UA'A
BUILDERS' HARDWARE
Wood Stock.
.V£,r\
THIRD STREET,
t9d«j»J .....
O A N O I E
Do^Usa^n^f -1
ST*
(JOS.
JOS. 'SCHTLT5
•trsM^mtaXaaktaa.
Itobfejart
I
Sj™ 'it" -W "Si
Wfil
•••«*«ts*e*'sss**t 80
ri* 9 mm
8010
i.
eases.,i«.tbe^dUtxiot,
pr»ba1» and nipreme' oooiS.' *Mivey-
8
On dnogbi
EORGB -BROWN'S
Third Sample Boo ma.
*»lt
j'l
2^
OUOWN'8^BMdUtlee for keepi^ete^
S-*. and freah are tuieqaalled,Mdie ia atal
wtiws )pnpued to famish this invigontiufi
bemage ti hii pojml«r
Mtobliihaent.
Wines, Ijiqnbrs
•MTTiOaU at Brown's
Sample nonseB
Thlx
"3 OBQBOH BBOWH^
li (nrr--|--T
ts.il-
.UiiKOTA
COlilMEKCIAL COLLEGE.
TANKTON ..... DAKOT
.w.Mte.l^SJlto3r"°
I.
Insurance
:t
Uarlae, Ufe, Agct-
-.•a
^ldent, Tornado,
O^lone.
L*)|.
HHABF. Tankton.
aOBNjfctawptiXQIi
Vr
•A
Uit/U-
.r./jrfvU
N|l
SecontUanxUeaters,
Dudley, Riehey .4^ feross.
•v' •w v,.-i
Money! Money!
and
Popular Shoe Store!
JOHN A. WEE
,-*5uVI
X.
E. G. Burt, Reynolds Bros., Keed and Weaver
and J. & J.Cousins fine Shoas for Ladies, Gents and:
Burt & Mears and
Pine Shoes for Men.
brilliant, Gasoline §t
and Tin%4fee»^ Wagon and Carriage
Wagon and Carri-
$gW~H(£ardwajre, &e
J. OAMPBUJj. S. H. YAV&HTWXBP,
Attorney mi Law. flinI Engineer and
Borvems.
LAW, HEAL ESTATE,
Garden Implements,
,.y.
bimr-***
YANKTON, DAKOTA
C. H. BATES
jfcjor.iwm Ciiii io.
a* i/fc»ihafc)
tJamO
.unAjjee&Htfi attx
mam
of Thirdaud L* Ordoefflnl ^rov^wnlftlne^'
fQ^
Fiiitts,WaodeitpMiwillow^:
.Ware, TobacoorCSaars.
#l
«g,
Etbi, U***
Opposite Co*, Odiorne 4 0o'«
A „9gfaq $di ti
TANKTON
_L
Change of Base.
LiTetT, »eed and salsita^Jneonaeothm.
?OK°.»rWond*,ai»d patron*: ,Iha
th.
9fti eesi^x
T-
»«•.•
AtiokntHuw
Bcikl Estate and Loan Broker,
Iil|« and Fira )nsanuio«
QPDjjE&i
Votrth street., (fo
RAILXOAW.
Immui
$tPAUl
OWNS
and operate* newly 5.500 mile, oj
thoroughly equipped road in lmnoi/
Wisconsin, Iowa, Maaaouri, HdinuMoU wd
Dftkotk
It^Ts th*
Best
Diaafft
expense in,
Qniiahedwil
aeasofi and sand
oves
Botn* Brrwn*
#*1 S"
For maps, time tables, rateB of
freight, ete., apply to the nearest atatii
World.
'3
8lOU?^i|rk
St Louis
,a
ft".
H, B. DaOASP.
a^alj- -II
AH1
Sale
•-M VJSA?
n« i9gn?
a
ObiYimojloos in flw Northwrnt.
iLE,
4..-
r,
Bodtb*
and
railroad acent anyiirhere in th«
R. ^ULLIiEK,.
Cwneral Mallaeet.
V.HXDOKEJ
A. V. H. OABPBNTER
Qen'l Paaa. andTk't^
GEO. HJ'HEmOBD.
"ST*?*?
By For notioes in referenoe to Special Ex
ourslons, changes of time, and other item* of
intereat is oonueotion with the Ohioago Mil
waukeeA St. Paul Bail way, pleaae refer to the
local colttinna of thia paper.
".4n» COSliSOTIOK WITH 1BF
way,
opular Pioneer Route
,.9im»n WU
fi(ASD
OHIOAGO
•cj
Tie pnly liife rantinK
[-(ioom
and
Bleep.
Jit and Chisago,
ing oara between .Stoihx City anc
tbrouab witl out cause. Klagant Dining
0n
are abgjipn on Xra^ixn hetween
GMcago and Ootineil Blutfe.
inoiudei jdl'tl
lad W
UkmB
Themeali
jo
us
rtaa
at any
delioaoien ol the
.tt» Tje had at anv
Btriotly 4rfit-ol(»« hotal. Speed, oomfortaad
safety are oombinSd. -whl^i rtnderthii the
A li tt& xvi'ii vv) Si
PEOPLED "WOillTE ROUTE
rapM sioor-crcry so
gT «. .r i..
nh ALL Ponmt EAST
Milwaukee
.YS'7!
DeaMoines and I
itsr lit Bontbeta
nts In Bonthers
linn.
WiiWats South,
R-.
.' All Ttalna arefhli
with the MIL
and ftESXlN Q-
fjloaz'
Oltr dally at
2:SS p.
Psaaentrers taking thU lihe make dlreot oon
neotiona in Ohioago. with aU fast trains for all
-principal. points etn, and at U. P. Ti uiafer
Ooaiioil Bfaffa, 'wlth all tu 4na f«r #oint aoath
pHnrtpri oheeked through to .11 the
E. OTOHASAN.
Q.M.L.^aS^S.Sr1"""""^
.i .sffieoori Valley, Iowa I
jr^W.BODDX, Aeeat. siotut Oity.
LINE.
MraJWftO lOt .v-.-
.. ftdss*.
rn
be*ween
a
FARGO& ORTONVILE
-Ol O^lS.prSpared tahaadle bothi V/ ii
TRAFFIC
romptnesa and safety. Oonneotinf
^tt«mUewith tfaeCmM«o
waukM 4 Bt. Paolsyatem.
the Fargo A Southern
than m&kee another
Great Trunk Line
btut-mmft n&j
Tq aU eastern and southern states. Th.
Peoples' Line is superb in all its appointments,
eiegaut'cdafehee, PaUmamslMpem on,all aight
uuhrsbd its fa tern arealways an low 'aild time
as qaipk a.
other lines.
ft .V,
fu Y-''
_W~When you go east or oome west try the
Fargo and Bouthern.
Trains leave Fargo (or Minneapolis, Bt. Pai
and intermediate stations, at 7:80 p. m. end 7:
a. m. Arrive at
Fmoo
ueapolis at S a.
from Ut. Paal and Mil
pal stations
.. and all eastern
further information
and eotathera sta£w, tor furtl
addrejis A. V. H. OABPBBTBB,
IIP*11"''eifht and Pass. Agent, llilwaukf
JJAtOXA UOU SLAMKS.
ixaf.SOHBv
PRESS AND DAKOTAIAK
FOE LAWYERS," "*Su
Wi*
•W0
LIST:
iUSTIOESOF THE PEACE
i'4tr Ug
CLERKS OF OOUBT
(tJ.S.OOMMlSSIGNBBi?,
'tsfci MnffKBB -fliUPM
8HEKIFF8
O N or A I E S it
OONVEYASOEB8
Land. rOfflce B)ank»
°l^OataloKna furalshed on application
Aji^A^lSlwiN ^klKGflBCRyv
A.
Yankton. Dakota^...
riAKOTA. BEPOBTB-Volojaet ud L-r
JdktsrJa^s.Add™*
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