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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.
Amos Barton—by George Eliot.
Lady Gwendoline'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.
Useiul Knowledge for the Million.
Home Cook Book and Family Physician.
Customs and Manners in Distant Lands,
Eighty-seven Popular Ballads.
Called Back—by Hugh
At the World's Mercy.
THE WEEKLY PRESS AND DAKOTAIAN is now entering
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journals of the west. It furnishes a complete summary of all events
transpiring in* Dakota—in fact as a territorial paper it standn without
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Mildred Trevanion.
Dark Days—by Hugh Conway.
Shadows on the Snow.
Leoline, 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. I.-
How to make Poultry pay.
Parlor Magic and Chemical Experiments.
Gems of the Poets, embracing many of the most popu^
lar poems of all ages.
Building Plans for Practical Low Cost Houses.
Anecdotes of Public Men—Washington, Franklin, Clay,
Webster, Tilden,' Lincoln, Scott, Grant, Garfield and
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Aesop's Fables.
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Lumber Co
Pine Lumber,
Lath, Shingles,
Posts, Sash, Doors,
Building Paper,
Cement, Lime,
Stucco, Hair,
Mixed Paint, etc.,
At Lowest Market Prices.
Sd and Mulberry Sts.
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railroad traok *, Xankton, Dakota.
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tit. Junes and Bow Taller. Amtei at Har
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14SM Hartinftoa everr day axoept Sunday
at 7 a. rtcpa "it Bow Valler, bt James aad
St. Hslena. and azrivM at laakton at 1:10 p.m.
This line eonsMts at Baztlivtoa with trains
to Mdfton tin Blank Hiila.
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at proprietor's boom oa SeooOtt street, nctwsfa
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Pioneer Grocer!
(THIRD STREET,
riilibkiir'' tkbiTA
ESTABLISHED B1880.
A. LWHINMAN'S
Collection, Loan and Real
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Estate Agency,
YANKTON '..DAKOTA.
Office—Oedar Bt., with. Phil. E. Faulk.
AH abaadaaee of noshey to loan on real
A. ntate and ehattle security. OA8H ON
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tions.
Ho delay, jlo
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inomptly remitted.
seading off applioa-
to and money
Beterenoes: First HatieBal teak, the Yank
tea basic, Philk K- Fanlfc, attorney.
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TANKTON. DAKOTA TBBBITORY, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY L'4, 1887.
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TBK DAILY PRESS AND DAKOTAIAN
is pablished every eyening, excepting Sun
days.
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Bdbsobiptioh—By
carriers, per
month, $1 00 per year, 912 00 by mail, per
month, 8E oents per year, S10 00.
Offioe-Fssss
Dakotaian
and
Third ana Oipital street*.
blook corner of
Telephone number 5. .'t
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BOWED 4 KINGBBCBY, Prop'trs.
Dalath bids 92,500,000 for the oapital
of MiDoeauta, together with a oapitol
site.
Ao attorney general and a RDperiuten
deot of pablio lDBtrnotions are yet to be
appoiuted by the governor.
Treasnrer Bentoo has ooticiaded not
to deoline the uppcriotment conferred
upon him by the governor aud the
no
The special legislative oommittee ap
pointed for that purpose has visited the
Jamestown insane asylum and are mooh
pleased with what they saw.
Two Iowa Miasonririveroities,Oonnoil
Bluffs and Biooz City are now in the
midst of anparalleled real estate booms
and Bpeonlation rages with fervid vigor.
It is stated that Jadge West is not a
oandidate for re-eleotion as secretary of
the board of railroad commissioners.
The political majority ia against this
effioient publio servant.
In Sionx Oity there have been seven
fires in seven days. A suspicion exists
of a well organized effort to destroy
property there and insnranoe companies
contemplate canceling their obligations.
The Mitohell Republican is please 1 to
bestow its anathemas npon Oonnilman
Grigsby because he declined to be
poanded into line by the court bill
strikers. In the pnrsait of revenge it re
lates a biographical sketch of Mr.
Qrigsby which will do that gentleman
no harm.
The preaident is quoted as having ex
pressed an intention to sign the trade
dollar redemption bill and bej may be
relied npon to accomplish that feat, as
ninety per cent of the trade dollars
iBBaed by a mistaken government are
piled np in the vaqlts of, New York
speculators. The redemption of the
trade dollar will be of no benefit to the
pablio at large, bat will enable specu
lators to realize large profits from their
investments.
The severity of the winter in the upper
Jim river valley is indicated by the fol
lowing order, issued under date of Feb
ruary 12th, by the superintendent of the
James Biver Valley railroad, running
from Jamestown to Oakes
It will be impossible to operate the J.
R. V. railroad after another severe bliz
zard. It is therefore liable to be closed
at any time. All interested are request
ed to lay in a'sopply of fael and provis
ions to last until spring.
As blizzards have oocurred since the
order was issued, the presumption is that
the valley route is shut up.
There are evidences in central Dakata
of a disposition upon the part of saloon
men to enter upon a lively contest
against the proposed looal option law,
shoald it pass the legislature and re
ceive the approval of the governor. Pro
hibition advocates are equally alive to
the possibilities of the situation and are
organising for defensive and offensive
warfare. The latter are in the majority
in the larger number of couuties-and the
saloon mea propose to oonoentrate
their efforts upon oonnties wherein they
possess the most strength. It is even
intimated that they will aak congress to
abrogate the local option law, should the
proposed bill pass, but congress trill
not probably aooede to any snoh request.
Chamberlian advioes relate that the
savages at. Lowei Brule agenoy. have
been holding councils for the disoussion
of the government proposition to survey
their reservation with the purpose of
allotting the Indians lands in severalty.
The disposition of the Lower Brule
Sioux is to oppose the survey and the
law providing for the allotment of lands.
In this opposition they are enooaraged
by whites who have interests at stake.
The Lower Brules are disposed to rebel
against every thing governmental ex
cepting the ration pile and the clothing
warehouse. They are, however,, vulner
able to the persuasive eloquenoe of-the
needle gun or the Winchester and do not
acknowledge mooh eke in the way of
authority.
The Press and Dakotaian offer of
premium books in oonneotion with its
weekly edition has become so popular
that its publishers have oonoluded to
add another valuable work to its list of
books to be given away to subscribers.
They have made arrangements for pre
senting to eachj9ubsoriber to the weakly
Press and Dakotaian who pays for one
year in advanoe a copy of the National
Standard Diotionaty. This is a' oloth
bound, haodsoinely embellished, book,
containing 40,000 words and 700 illustra
tions. It also oontatns much valaable
information outside the dictionary
proper and will be found one of .the
most convenient and valaable worlds
referenoe ever published. The weekly
Preet and -Dakotaian for one year and
the National Standard Dictionary, will
%=.r$
It is stated in a Norfolk, Nebraska,
special of the 221 that a party of Bur
lington & Missouri railroad surveyors
outfitted at that oity early this week
and started westward, ostensibly for a
point north of Neleigh, though they
took oare to keep the matter as much to
themselves as possible. The party en
gaged teams for several months, which
is an indication thr,t they are out for a
long job of surveying. It has been fre
quently stated that the Burlington &
Missouri system and the Manitoba sys
tem are olosely allied and operate in
conjunction with eaoh other. This sur
veying party has placed itself for the
beginning of H* work upon the line of
the Manitoba's Daluth & Denver ex
tension. There may be no significance
in the coincidence of these faotB and
rumors. Railroad movements in north
ern Nebraska have become so interest
ing that every new feature of the strug
gle for territory is olosely watohed.
Governor Ohnroh has given to Dakota
anew immigration commissioner and a
new board of railroad commissioners.
Mr. MoOlure, of Jfierre, the gentleman
who is to euooeed the hard working
Lauren Dunlap as immigration commis
sioner, is more prominently known in
oonneotion with bis efforts to seoure the
opening of the Sioux reservation* and as
a general missionary in behalf of Dako
ta. He belongs to the Ward element of
the demooraoy of Diik3ta, which is an
element of itself and apart from the
various aotive factions within that party
Mr. MoClure has been given the most,
important position in Dakota and from
his reputation as an aotive oitizen the
conclusion, is that he is competent to
perform its duties. The newly con
structed railroad commission is to be
composed of two democrats, Captain
Griggs and A. Boynton, and one repub
lican, T. N. Smith. (Japtain Griggs is a
member of the present railroad commis
sion, from which Wm. M. Evans of Mil
bank and W. H. MoVay of Xankton, re
republican?, are to retire. Captain
been prominent in the
contests of the terrri
of Secretary MoOorinack's
Griggs has
democratic
tory as one
adherents.
Ofllcea to be Filled by Dsliota's Gov
ernor with the Conaent or the Coun
cil.
The auditor, salary $1,000, feeu not to
exoeed $1,000 but olqrks may be em
ployed without stint to be paid out of
reoeipts. The of&oe awards the official
printing also and invariably controls
patronage worth thoueanda of dollars.
be given to subscribers applying at this three direotoro. A vice president of the
office in person or by mail for $1.75. For board of health is also to be appointed
the same price sabsoribers can procure
the weekly edition for one year and all
of the forty-flve books advertised in
another oolumn. The oboioe is left to
the subscriber—either the dictionary or
the forty five books for$l 75.
Mr, Boynton has also en­
gaged in the tumultous' arenio struggles
df his party and has always most em
phatically represented the Boynton fao
tion. Mr. Smith is a quiet and humble
republican—a'minority, wbo^Hlra-niohe
in the temple of fame beoanse of the
personal regard of Governor Church for
him. He ia tHe editor of the Huron
Times. There are yet a few more-plaoes
for Governor Church to fill and then the
grand straggle will have exhausted itself,
THE SPOILS LIST.
A
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The treasurer, salary $2,000. This
offioe gives a large bond and is charged
with a great peouniary responsibility.
There is some money in the -piacs to a
local banker, but a man who can or does
make much out of tiie offioe is the kind
of a man who ought to'be kept along
distanoe away from it.
The attorney general, salary $2,500
and traveling and offioe expenses. A
good plaoe for arising lawyer with a
reputation to make. It gives him a
living and keeps him in the line of hiB
profession.
Three railway commissioners, salary
82,000 eaoh. They are plaoes where
muoh or little oan be done and. are evi
dently soagbt after more for the stand
ing than tor the salary attached.
The commissioner of immigration,
salary $2,000, $500 for offioe expenses
and general immigration work. A
place for a good worker, but one where
a drone oan get along if he is content
with drawing his salary and wearing a
title.
Superintendent of. publio instrnctipn,
salary $1,500, offioe and traveling ex
penses. Fees may be oharged for cer
tificates, amounting to thousands of
dollars, it the superintendent desires or
so interprets the law.
Assistant superintendent of public
instruction, salary $1,000 acd traveling
expenses.
Superintendent board of health, salary
$500, fees that may pay nothing or a
great deal depending on how the law
is interpreted.
Adjutant general, salary $1,000, office
$509. Will cost him more than he re
ceives.
The directorships^ trustees, etc., of the
various territorial institutions are mnob
sought after, and are valaable in in
fluence, eto. They pay on an average
aboat $5 a day for the time aotually
employed and mileage. Many of the
present institutions will be enlarged
next year, and ai the expenditures' of
the large sums for this purpose must
pass through the hands of ibe diieotore,
trustees and regents, the plaoes are re
garded as even more desirable than
before.
The number of these officials to be
appointed at this time is as follows:
Yankton.hospital for insane, five true
tees Jamestown honpital for insane,
five trustee* Sioax Falls penitentiary,
five direotora Bismarck penitentiary,
two directors aniversity at Vermilion,
five regents aniversity at Grand Forks,
three regents: agriuultaf*! college jj at
Brookings, five directors school ('for
deaf mates, Sioux Falls, five trustees
aohoola of mines, Sapid Oity, five trus
tees normal school at Madison, two
directors normal school «i Spearfish,
(the attorney general being exoffioio
president)who reoieves mileage and per
diem only, and also a board of dental
examiners, whose positions are desirea
ble for the incidental advantages whiOh
attach.
There are many honorary positions in
the militia and c-iherwise, to be- given
during the gubernatorial term, but the
above comprises the places with meat in
them.
I/OSt in a Blizzard.
LaMoure Chronicle, 11th: Again are
we oompelleJ to chronicle the deadly
work of the storm fiend. The victim
this time is Charles Cotterman, a wortb^
young man about 25 years of age, a
brother of Mr. William Cottermau, of
the LaMoare orohestra, who is so well
aud lavorably known in this locality.
The details of this B»d affair, so far as
we have been able to secure them, we
as follows:
Charles Cotterman, whose homestead
was the southwest quarter of section 7
131-59. a couple of miles west of Oakes,
had been sojourning with Klaus Merkina
for a short time on the northeast quarter
of 18-131-60 but a few days before the
great storm of Saturday, the 29th nit., be
decided to again take op his residenoe
on bis own claim. He completed biB re
moval, but oh the-fatal Saturday went
over to bis friend's for some bread and
a few trifling artioles he bad there
Returning, be set oat for his olaim about
sundown, the distanoe being not far
from half a mile. His failure to reaoh
bis plaoe was not mistrusted until Sun
day last, when Merkina went over to see
him. It was apparent that Mr. Cotter
man'" stock had been unattended for
some time, and the reason waa immedi
ately suapeoted. Monday word was sent
to William Uotterman, who hastened to
Oakes on the train whioh happened to
be going down that afternoon, and on
Tuesday, with a party of men, started
ont to look for his brother's remains.
The searoh was successful, for the poor
fc-llow waa found lyifig on his back, with
one hand above the snow* in a ravine
about SO rods from Merkina' house, but
in nearly an opposite direction from
which be had started out, showing that
he must have wandered greatly before
giving up.
Excitement in Team*
Great excitment has been caused (in the
vicinity of faris, Tex., by the remarkable
recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley, who waa so
helpless he could not tarn in bed, or raise
his head everybody said.he was dying oi
Consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery was sent him. 'Finding
relief, he bought a large bottle and a box
of Dr. King's New Life Pills: bv the time
he had taken two boxes of Fills and two
bottles of the Discovery, he was well and
had gained in flesh thirty-six pounds. Trial
Bottles of this Great Discovery for Con
sumption free at Pnrdy & Brecht's.
When Very Young- Children are
deprived of their nataral nourishment,
it is diffiaalt to procare a proper substi
tute therefor henoe the alarming mor
tality among infant?. Mellin's Food,
which is recommended by the highest
medical authorities, has been prepared
to meet this very want.
Physicians Have Found Out.
That a contaminating and foreign element in
the blood, developed by indigestion, is the
oanse of rheumatism. This settles upon the
sensitive snb-entaneons covering of the mus
cles and ligaments ot the joints, osnsing con
stant and shifting pain,' and aggiegaiing as a
calcareous, chalky deposit whioh produces
stiffness and distortion of the joints. So fact
whioh experience baa demonstrated in regard
to Boxtetter's Stomach Bitters has stronger
evidenoe to support than this, namely, that
this medioine of comprehensive uses checks
the formidable and atrocious disease. Nor is it
less positively established that it is preferable
to the poisons often used to arrest it. Binoe the
medicine contains only salutary ingredients, it
is also a signal remedy for malarial fevers,
constipation, dyspepns, kidney and bladder
ailments Ucbihty and other disorders. Bee
that you get the genuine.
to.
Buokietva Arnica, salve
The bent Salve in the world for 6ata.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblain
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and pos
itively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
ie guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded, Price 25 cents per box.
For Sale by the Excelsior Drug Store of
Purd/'&Brecht.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a siok ohild suffering and
crying with pain of outting teeth If so,
jend at onoe and get a bottle of
Mm. Winblow's Soothing Sybuf for
Children Teething. Its value is Incalcu
lable. It will relieve the poor little suf
ferer immediately. Depend upon it,
mothers, there ia no mistake about it
It pnree dysentery and diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomach, and bowels, onree
wind oolio, softemi the gums, reduoea in
flammation and gives tone and energy
to the whole system.
Mrt. Wtntlov'i
Soothing Syrup for Ohildrtm Teething
is
pleaeant to tho taste, and is the preeorip'
tion of arte of the oldest nursee and
best female phyeioaoB in the United
States, and is {or sale by all drnggtete
throughout the world. Prioc twenty
five oents a bottle.
Germania House
Vsfct- "-p-w-j. y,\,®
.- -.a'
Boaglu Avenge, near Third atnet,
Xankton, Dakota,
A*
Wallbanm & Becker.
flaOPBIETOBfl.
STbls house Is th. headquarters for' traveler*
ad Immigrants. Good stabling la oonneotloa
with the hotel*
miMBBB 255
THE CITY FISH MARKET
Wholesale Retail
HANDLE Fresh Trout, White Fish find Oat-v
bah, Will
hodc
wagon around on Wednea-',
days and Fridays and will dchvefr Fish at any
(imp when ordered. Oyntera in season, jfruita
of all descriptions.
The pnblic patronage is reepeetfaUy solioit*
ed. batinf&ouon guaranteed. Yours, reepoot
fully, M. P. DUWJLdNtt.
Gas. GAS. Gas.
ItflAKE YOUR OWN GAS.
Equitable Gas Machine,
Cheap. Clean, Safe, Dry, Durable—no fire
no »ater, automatic), eoonoiuioai—Espe
cially adapted to private swellings,
stores, halls, hotels, and
iT business blooks.
IT IS the only dry blower in tho market or
that oan be put in the maxtart without infrin
gtng on patents. It ia adapted to any olimate
using neither water or heat. Ihera is notl \ug
to freexoand
1 1 0
danger of accident by hre.
is automutio in its action, it avoids ail the
uefevts and tilth of the viviuuu water and
steam machines, there being no asboti or otheib*
residue. Jit gives you a perleol light without^
lire or water, it is indorsed by the insurance
men and rememoer that a machine capuble of
lighting a large building requires less care and"
attention tnau ah ordinary lamp. It furnpiy
needs winding up like a clock onue or twioe a
week and gives a better and cheaper light tbau
the cheapest ooal gas. h'or further informa-*
tion apply to J. H. UAMfiiliUjl^
lleuhamoal Kngineer, oorner uapitol and 2nd
streets, Xanntun, 1). 'X. lostollioe box lot
Certificate of Copartnership.
This is to certify that the names of the mem
bers of the lirin of Edmunds & uous, are aud
nave been Newton, ISomunds, Charles P. i£i
munde aud William 11. Edmunds all oi whom
reside at Xankton, Xaukton county, Dakota
Territory, and that Said firm is carrying on a
general banking .business- under the name of
the Xankton .liuuk, at Yankton, Dakota.
Dated at Xankton, u. T-, luth of
January,
Newtonthiswuunds,day
JEdmunds,
1887.
(JaaEutfl
Territory of'Dakota, County ot Xankton, as:
Be it remembered, that on this iOiii day of
January, A. D. lsBJ, before mo N- J. Cramer, a
notary publio in aud for said oouniy and terri
tory personally appeared Mewton Edmunds,
Charles 1*. i-UiniinUB and WiiiiamH.iiidmudns,
well known to me to be the persons who are
described in anu who executed the foregoing
oertiheate ana severally duly acknowleugeu
that they executed &be same lieoly
t-iliS 1M. J. Clt&AlEjd, INocary l'ublio.
An Ordinance.
An ordinance to amend section two (2) of
chapter SI of the lievised Ordinances, entitled
."Eire .Limits."
The May or and Comioil of the City of Yank
ton, do enact and ordain as follows:
Ueution J. That section two C'J of chapter SI
of the revised ordinances of the city of Xank
ton, entitled "i'ire lamita," ne anil the same is
hereby amended to read aa follows:
beo. 2. Material of build'-ngs therein
penalty: ihat within the limits nereinbeiore
described, no person, firm or corporation shall
erect or establish, or cause to ue ereoted or
established uy .removal or otherwise, any
building whatever, or addition to any building
whatever, unles« the outer walls thereof shall
be made of briok.and mortar, or ot iron, or of
stona and mortar una ail persons are hereby
prohibitedtrom hereafter erecting or estab
lishing any building, or any auuition to any
building, the outer walls ot wbicn are com
posed of wood, or other combustible material
and any persou violating any provision of this
chapter snail be deemed guilty of committing
a nuisance, and on oouvicuon- thereof snail be
fined in any sum not less than twemy-hvu aol
lars nor more than fifty uoiiaia and any build
ing or addition to any buudiug hereafter er«o
ted or estabiuhed within sua limits, contrary
to the provisions of this chapter, snail be re
moved at the cost of the peis«n so ereoting the
same as aforesaid.
Heo. 2. Xhis ordinanoe shall take effect and
be enforced from and after ltd passage and ap
proval.
Adopted January 8rd. 1887.
E. 41.0'UUXKN, Oity Clerk.
Approved January 10th, 1*87.
C. J. a. UABHIS, Mayor.
Notice of Dissolution.
I^OXiUfi is hereby given that the partnership
heretofore existing between Uewton Ed
munds, Everett K. Mndson, Charles p. lid
munds and William H. Edmunds, under the
tirm name of Edmunds, Hudson & Company,
has been dissolved this day, by mutual consent.
That said Newton Edmunds, (JharleH £*, Ed
munds and William H. Edmunds takes all
the property and assumes and pays all the
debts and obligations of said hrm and all toe
debts, olaims and obligations due payablo or
belonging to said firm are to be secured and
collected by and paid to them.
Newton Edmdhds,
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UDuaON,
WlUUSH ii. EJUXUIWS,
1 CHiaLXa P. EDUUNIiS.
Yankton, Dakota, December 31st, 18M1.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
Yankton, January 21st,
,1687—The partnership
heretofore existing between Chriatoph ijtein
baou and Christoph Weiland, in the oiiy of
Yankton, is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent. All accounts due said firm will be paid
by C. ttteinbaob, who assumes ail liabilities.
OHUMTOPH
UTKIJSISAGK,
CBIUBTOCH
WKIX.aau.
hpeciai Tax Kale.
IVTOTICE is hcroby given that in pursuance of
a special assessment and tax levy made by
the mayur and council of the city of Xankton
D. T., on the 2uth uay of December, 1866 fur tiu
purpose of pajing the cost of ceftain improve
ments, consisting of sidewalkB in front of and
along tie side of oertain blooks and lota,
ordered and made by resolutions of the mayor
and counoil of the said city uf Xankton. D. T.
and due notice ot such special assessment and
tax levy having been published and said tax
having now become delinquent and interest
and penalty accrued thereon, shatl on UAT
UiiDAX, XUE atth DAX UE i'EbliUAUX, 1887
proceed to Sell at public sale all the real estate
upon which said tax now is or shall remain
unpaid, to pay such tax and costs thereon
said sale will tak. place at the front door of
the court house the city of Xankton,
between the hours ot» and 10 o'clock a. m!
The following is a description of the real estate
to be sold and the amount due upon each lot
part of lot or parcel ot zeal estate respective!?!
Said amount includes the tax levied, the
penalty, interest, cost of advertising ana sale:
Supposed owner Eliza Walker, lot 7: blook Eo.
i-ower Xankton. Amount $a7.7U.
Supposed owner Mrs, J. Johnson, undivided
one-fourth, west two-thirds lot D, blook tt,
Iiower Xankton. Amount I17.B2,
•apposed owner Christ Kirshman, lot 8, block
ta, Laaet Yankton. Amount 927.711.
In witness whereof 1 have hereunto set my.
hand this 2£th day ot January, 1387.
WllililAM AiiATT.CityTreasurer.
JOHNL. PENNINWTON
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Uie md Fire lusarwaoe*
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