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IIE CONFESSED IN COURT. AWFUL CRIME OF AN UNNATURAL GRANDFATHER. C»n«eJ by a Falling Arch—Mr*. Pamons Knleaui) on Her Own Itecogniunce— An Appoil to be, llailh for the An aralilstx—The Thlntle Slay Not Ball— Mr. Wttxhbarno Hetter. LEBANON, Penn., Sept. 24.—Wlien Win. Showers confession oC the murder of his two grandchildren was being read In court, his hauBe-keeper, Bessie Sergeant, T/hfr Is. accuses in the confession of hav ing held the light while the murder was committed rose from her seat in the court-room and shouted, "that's a durned lie.^ She was removed to the jail. She claims that she can prove an alibi. Showers now pleads guilty an$ was rq 4inanded., Hon. Mr. W&sUlrarna 1* Better. CHICAGO, Sept. 84.'—Hon. E. B. Wasrti- burne Is stated to be somewhat better, And some hopeB are now entertained tot his recovery. :iv. Bond* for Kedeinptlon. WASHINGTON, Sept. 24.—TJp to 1 o'clock Saturday about $1,800,000 of United States bonds had been received at the treasury department for redemption. Crushed to Deatli. BUFFALO, N. Y.,' Bept. 24.—An arch way beneath the sidewalk at the new Courier building gave way and amass of brick fell on Robert ICloppner, brick layer, crushing him to death. I'ryor will Appeal at Onee. NEW YORK,. Sept 24.—Gon. Pryor stated positively to a reporter that an application for a writ of error Would be made in the Chicago auarchist case,- but would hot say to .what justice the appli cation would be made. Celebrating In the Cold. NEW YOBK, Sopfc 34.—The second and last day of Yorks celebration is cold, making overcctats and heavy wraps neces sary. TUo crowd of visitors Is estimated at one hundred thousand and great pre paration are being made for the fantas tical torchlight spectacles To Bo Tried Next Tuoaday. CHICAGO, Sept. 5J4.—Mrs. Parsons, who was arrested for distributing the address written by hor htfsbatni, the condemned anarchist, was released by Justice Lyons on her own recognizance. The money deposited for her appearance was re turned. The day for her trial was fixed tor next Tuesday. .. Cn# Hnndred Tlioniand Dollar Fire. ROUNDAHT, N. Y. Sept. 24.—H. a Ziockwood & Co's. chair factory at Bdge wood, and four adjoining buildings were destroyed by fire. Tenants of dwellings .-• narrowly escaped with their lives. The loss wiU reach one hundred thousand dollars. Great quantities of lumber are -. Btill burning. The railroad is blocked. Mr. Sell's Switch la Up. NEW YORK, Sept. 7 84.—Concerning the tempest that has arisen among yatchd meu about the Thistle's increased meas uremont at water line. It is understood she will withdraw from the race unless an amiable settlement can be arrived at. An uncredlted rumor Is circulating that unless the matter is settled at a meeting of the regatta and oup committee Mr. Bell will return home. I'lvely Fight With Smugglers. SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Sept. 24.—A posse was sent. from the United States Mar shall's ofQce to Rio Grande City a few days ago to capture a gang of smugglers encamped about fifty miles from Laredo. They found the camp in the brush near the river and demanded a surrender. This was 'answered by a volley from Winchesters. A.battle •v.. I ti ilS« followed,.result ing In the death of four of the smugglers and the captfire of the camp, and a xium bet of horses. The rest of the smugglers escaped. FreMnt for Emperor William. BERLIN, Sept. 24.—Emjieror William, attended by Prince BiBmarck, will on next (Saturday recBive the Chinese min ister, who will present a letter of con gratnlation and valuable gifts to tha kaiser from the 'emperor of China. Death of an Aichblnhop, NEW ORLEANS', 'Sept. 24 Most. Kev. Leray, archbishop of New Orleans, died in France, whither be went three months ago ia obedience to orders from the pope. He was very ill when he left this city rand had no hope of returning. He waa 62 years of age and became an archbishop in 1881. Killed Himself and daughter. HAVERHILL, Sept. 24 PiTTeniTRG, Penn., Sept. 24. The most effective steps yet taken towards the solution of the coke difficulties are now In progress between the representa tlves of the general executive board, K. of L., and the coke operators. A. AT Carleton, one of the board who had to disapprove tile first strike, arrived in the city and proceeded to John Garrett's of flcfi, where with Hon. Joljla R.Byrnes the Bitnatiou was- thoroughly canvassed Mr. Carleton next visited, the different coke operators, with the result that a conference was agreed upon, to take place lu the early part of next week, probably ,'v in Philadelphia. The operators are very much pleased and say that with the parties upon whom a pledge Is binding no difficulty can be y.- had in reaching a conclusion. The opln is ion of the workmen is that the operators f»jf will now concede- something better than the scale whir* was rejected so promptly a few. days ago. The amalgamated asso ciation seeing to be entirely Ignored In the conference. PARSONS, SPIES, AND TRAIN. The An archliti Send Fierce Motes to Clttxen Train. NEW Yotk, Sept. 24.—The New York World prints the following correspdnd -. ence: Cxu.No. 29, CAPITALIST B^TILS, CHI CAGO, 111., 8ept, 19, 1887. Citizen George Francis Titkfcn: Yaijr kind note re Yes, "inufMarad by- the state." I»ythina«tfftng»&r na^ufel in Itssfc? No! O, no! Muffler la the legitimate And only occupation of the social organization called "the state." What oLse but the state, through the mechanism of Its con stitutions and laws, has made convicts, beggars, and slaves of the vast majority of the human race? What else but this social monster known as "the state" has made of the producers the' world's workers—a race of dapendent hireling* and wage-slaves? What else but tills so cial monster called "the state" has made enforced poverty, ignorauce, and super stition the artificial condition of those who by their industry create all wealth? Duuined be the state, say I! and for this "the state" says I must dies So be it. For if I live I am In duty bound to' kill the state. Yonrs.for humanity, A. K. PAHSOJJS, Anarchist. CITIZEN TWAIN Accept my thauks'and those of my qomrades for the manly stand you have taken in behalf of justice! Wall street and its hirelings triumph— how loug yet? Fraternally, CHICAGO, Sept. 10. A. SPIES. TRAIN'S REPLY. CITIZEN EDITOR DEVINE,Western NOWB man, No. 158 South Clark street, Chi cago: Spies-Parsons Letters Received! Will Liberate "Socialist*" or Tear Down Bos tile! One man left Press Law Police cannot "Bulldoze." GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN. flra In a Furniture Factory, KVANSVILLE, Xnd., Sept. 24.—A ftre or iginated 1i L. Puster&Co.'s furniture factory in this city, and gained such headway that before the fire department could get fairly working it was found that the building could not be saved and was completely destroyed. For the past two dafs the factory has been shut down and the origin of the Are is unknown. Loss $60,000 insurance $80,000.- AFRICAN-AMERICAN LEAGUE. It Has for Its Objeot the Protection of Colored Cltlzeni. TOFEKA, Kas., Sept. 24.—About 250 delegates are here to attend the meeting called, for the purpose of -organizing an Afrigan-American league for the protec tion of colored people in their rights as citizens. jf£ansa3 is the fifth state in the nnion. to form a league. Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Alabama have already organized state leagues. This Is the first general organization of the colored race, and great enthusiasm for the object-of the league is manifested everywhere among the cdlored people. The members here will include both men and women, and will probably before many months take in. the entire adult colored population of the state. The following is the main article of the constitution adopted: "The objects of the league are to pro test against taxation without representa tion to secure a more equitable distribu tion of school -funds to insist upon an impartial trial by judge and jury of peers in all cases of law whenever we may be a party to resist by all legal and reason able means mob and lynch law, whereof we are made the victims and to Insist npon the arrest and punishment of all Bach offenders against our legal rights, to resist oppressive usage of railroad and steamboat, and other corporations, and the harsh and insulting conduct of their employes in all instances where we are concerned, by prosecution of all such cor porations and their employes in the state and federal courts to labor for the refor mation of all penal Institutions, where barbarious, cruel and nnchristian treat ment of convicts is practiced to encour age race pride, and thereby stimulate aenge of manly independence, and to as slat healthy immigration from terror-rid den sections to other and more law-abid ing sections of our country." GENERAL HAWI.EV8 ENGAGEMENT Bis Approanhlnc Harrlag* to IDkr JOSEPH R. -~J. H. Abbott, •widower about 50 years old, shot and killed his daughter, Mrs. Mamie Com inings aged 28, and then shot himself /dead. Abbott had been drinking heavily of late. He lived with his daughter's family. Mrs. dimming*': husband was away from hocie at the time of the mur der. No cause for the tragedy is known, LAE/OR AND CAPITAL MEET. It Is Now Thought That a Strike Will Settled. SQnrt- ner Acaounoed. PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 24. -—The nouncement made of the engagement of Senator Joseph R. Hawlej, of Connectt cttt, and Miss Edith Horner, now of this etty, and recently of England, will at tract an unusual interest and widespread congratulation. Miss Horner has been for the past four years associate and assistant of Miss Fisher in the management tind direction of he or 8 of nurses at Block ley almshouse. Miss Horner be gan her most suc cessful labors here after a suc cessful training in England and practical experi ence in care of the BWIJCY. Bick and wound ed during the Zulu-Egyptian wars. She spent the summer in a visit to the family place in one of the counties near London and Gen. Hawley's acquaintance with her, beginning with the outward voyage, was continued during their stay in Eng land and ended in the engagement an nounced. Both returne'd.to this country on the same steamer, landing last week and coming to this city during the cen tennial celebration. At the closing ex ercises and at the dinner at the Academy of music Gen. Hawley was a conspicuous figure. Gen. Hawley's wife died a littla over a year ago. RAILROAD LAND GRANTS Adjustments by the Commissioner ol the Xaod Office. WASHINGTON, Sept. 24.—The commis sioner of the general land office "has com pleted the adjustment of. nine railroad grants out of the whole number of such grants pending for adjustment, three of which have been reported to the secre tary of the interior and the remainder are being prepared for transmittal. The land office adjustment in these cases show that the bt Joseph and Denver City liailroa^ company havo received 23,276 acres of ^and In Nebraska outside of rail road limits and that the company would be entitled to 143,959 acres mote than re ceived if their) lands were within limits subject to sections. It 1B understood that nearly all the lands have been exhausted and therefore that thi-a grant Is practi cally closed. In the other eight cases the*bdjustment shows that an aggregate of 1,258,435 acres have been erroneously patented, or certified in excess of-the amount due un der the grants, itnd the same companies have filed lists 6t selections! aggregating 1,644,384 acres in addition, inttkiag a to tal of 2,897,869 acres received and claimed in ejtcess of th«i grants. The •ight roads mentioned are as follows: Siolix City and St. Paul railroad of Iowa, net excess patented 101,164 aiSres. Cedar Rapids and Missouri Elver rail road of Iowa, excess certified and excess selections, 20,879 acroa. Chicago, St, Paul, Minneapolis and Omah(v railroad of Wisconsin, ekcess of selections pending 245,088 acres. Same company, BAyfleld branch,) total excess an£ excess Bel-sctions 161 flsi acres. St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba railroad, Minnesota, ,e*c«s certified and Excess selections, 542,469 acres. Same company,'St. Vincent extension, excess paien^jjd and tycceM selections, 944,822 DAKOTA CONDENSATIONS. Bearwood's fair was a sucoess. Highmoro caught seven of the harvest excursionists. Auna Lutata Qsmondssn, born in Norway 108 years ago, is now living in Ohamberlain. (ieo. fl. Shaver's machinery ball at Mapleton. burned Thursday. ss $8, 000 insurance $5,000. M. 8. Janqnith a merchant of Hert ford .south Dafeota.Pfts closed out Thurc dav. Inabilities S3.100. Two women of the town, returning .from the fair ut Dead wood, were thrown from a carriage. One is in a dying con dition. Lapdlord Hczlitim, of Ipswich, who reoently lost the Prior house by fire, has deoided to ereoted a flat) briok hotel in Aberdeen. There was a killing frost Thursday eight in central Dakota. At Blunt ioe formed over the standing pools. Crops all oat of the way. In the Blaok Hills the Iron Hill, Ra' tler, Gilmor, Brookline and Spanish mines have made big strikes and stocks are now on the rise. Much of the stook. and agricultural produots exhibited at Huron at the county fair has been sent to the terri torial fair at Mitohell. Dead wood voted Thursday in fpvor of bonding for $25,000 to buy the right of way through the city for the Fremont, Elkhorn & Missouri Valley road. A girl fonrteen years old, daughter of Farmer Peterson, Biaghampton, was handling a revolver, whioh went off, producing a wound from which she died in four hours. Thursday afternopn along train load of cattle from the plains west of the Mis souri went east from Pierre to be slaugh tered, and Thursday night other train loads went east. The quality of wheat being marketed at Parkston, whioh in the summer promised to be first class, is soft in many oases, the grain having been rained on so very muoh after harvest, At the oathedral of Qor Merciful Savior, in Fairbanlt, Minnesota, Thurs day. took p^aoe the marriage of Miss Hattie Sawyer and John M. Pratt, son of A. W. Pratt of Aberdeen, Dakota. Several horses have bean shot in Hutchinson county for glanders by the' venterinary pargeon. Some doubts ex ist as to whether the animals were af feoted with the disease or not, hone having died, the county being an old' one and well settled for ^several years past. A man nanled Went, of Tyndall, was arrested at Parkston by Deputy Sheriff Harris on Tuesday morning for running away with mortgaged property. He was detained until the sheriff of Bon Homme county airived, when he was driven baok to Tyndall in the same rig he ran away with. At the north Dakota fair at Grand Forks on Thursday the event of the day was the equestrian raoe between Miss Poole, a Dakota girl, and Misa Eecles, a professional from Northwood. The Da kota girl was plucky and a good rider, but her horses were popr and she lost the raoe. The free for all facing raoe was won by Jordan in 2:31 Unole E seoond and Prince Mao third. Peter Qrey seoond, and Pearl third, in 2:47. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy oures when every other so-oalled remedy fails. Lenla, Alias Volkmar. Philadelphia, Sept. 23—Ex-Distriot Attorney William B. Wann, the veteran politioian and neator of the criminal bar, who is counsel for Henry S. Volbmar believes thoroughly that he will send hie client back to Dakota an acqnitted man. Ool. Wane seldom piaoticeB now, as he holds the $10,000 poBit.on of pro thonotary, but he has taken an extraor dinary personal interest in this case, and said.to-day to a reporter: "Before I was retained in this case I read the acoount of bis remarkable life, and thought to myself: 'My God, they won't conviot this boy. Justice oan's and humanity won't."' It was ascertained to-day. on the beat authority, that Dis trict Attorney Qraham has no great hopes of a conviction, and has expressed himself to the ieffeot that if Volkmar sinned he has been punished for it ten times over. The date of the trial has not been fixed. To his counsel to-day in Moyamensing prison Volkmar said: I fled from the law. I admit that I did wrong, I do not complain that I'm in prison now, but its awful to suffer here. Still, it's only in keeping with what I have suffered for eleven years, since I took another name and started out in life, thinking I was anew man. With all the happiness of my brave lit tle wife, smiling fortune, the applause of my townsmen—who thought me the happiest man in the whole country—my flight from facing the tndiotment againBt me was ever over me. I do not ask to be released on bail, though a score of good, kind friends hav^ offered to release me. I will wait herfe till I can meet the, charge againBt me. I am not afraid but that justice will be done. Popular Education, We sympathize with the feeling whioh often leads citizens to boast that no ohild born in'this country need grow up in ignoranoe, and yet it is a, faot that many, people Who have learned to read and write have never taught themselves to think, A man who suffered from cat arrh, ooasumption, bronohitis, sorofnla, or "liver complaint," might read, till his eyes dropped out, how these and many other diseases have been onred by Dr. Pieroe's Golden Medical Discovery, but if he did not take the Jlesson to himself and test the virtues of this great medi cine, his time would be thrown away. GROUP, Whooping COUGH and Bronohitis immediately relieved by Shlloh's dure. Sold by Dr. Vauderhttle. The Eccentric Mr.' Sparks, Mitchell Republican: Mrs Hollister, an aged lady. wh6 took land in this dis trust, met with ah aooident in working on her claim that prevented her from oompletisg her improvements. The warmhearted Sparks, bubbling over With'sympathy for the honest settler and desiring to do full justioe except in "isolated cases," considerately held the uofortanate woman's olaim fur canoeila tiou on the ground that after eke was hurt she knew she could not complete her improvements and therefore had »o buBinew to try. The seoreUry, how ever, takes another view and with a reckless disregard of the rights of the government as against "thieves and speculators" reverses Mr. Sparks' just and honest ruling, and tells the crippled old lady she may have another ohanoe to make proof. In another case in the Aberdeen district a woman made proof in duo form and it was accepted by the looul office. Before the register, how ever, oould attaoh bis jtifat in the nonel a of us in which to Mr. Sparks' clear eye was proof positive that the woman was trying to swindle the government. She and her witnesses made affidavits that the proof was accepted, hut the commissioner decided it must be,made anew. The secretary, however, with un accountable perversity decides, that it would be the bright of injnfetioe to make the women suffer for the neglect of the government's agents, and directs Sparks to accept the proof offered. Of course these are only iso'ated oases, but they seeiu to oome pretty olose together on the reoord. CITY COUNCIL. Official Proceed!nfen of the Monday Kvonlng'e aiebtincr. Council Chamber, Oity cf 7ankton, Sept., 19th 18S7—Counoil convened in regular session and was called to order by his honor, Mayor Teller. Roll oalled. All members present exoept Aldermen Crowe and -Ohlman. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. Petition of Bowen & Kingsbury in re gard to waste water from their plaoe of business, corner ot Third and Capitol streets, read. Qn motion of Alderman Brauoh, peti tion granted, providing no cost should be atfcaohed to the oity by reason of the granting of said petition. The building committee of contemp lated city building, submitted plans and specifications of building. On motion of Alderman Brauoh, the plans and speoifioations were approved and oommittee instructed to seour£ bids as soon as possible for the oonstruotion and completion of said bailding. The oommittee on water works sub mitted the following report on the pe tition of G. R. Soougal, E. H. Van Antwerp and othera for an artesian well on college hill, whioh report on motion was adopted: To the Hon. Mayor and Oounoil, Yank ton, Dakota—Gentlemen: Tour com mittee on water works to whom was re ferred the petition of A. JAMES H. Attest: W' $k$' $'%**' F. R. Soougal, E. E. Hudson and others for the sinking of an artesian well and the extension of the water system in the north part of the oity have given the same due'consideration. The advantages set forth in said petition arising from the Binkipg of an additional well as well as the rights claimed by the petitioners are incontrovertible. We feel that jus tice and good policy will necessitate the granting of the petition at the earliest date possible. The amount of funds required for that purpose will fall but little short of $10,000, an amount not now at the disposal of this council, and one that could not be raised without a vote of the people favoring the iBSue of bonds for Baid amount. It is too late to attempt the oarrying out of the project this year, and our oommittee feels compelled to recommend that the grant ing of the petition be deferred for the present. Respeotfully Submitted, -V JACOB BRAUOH.- A jyiWst,*' «^rVyJ^ aM£YAT' TELLER, Mayor. JAMES KLNGSBUBY, City Clerk. Connoil Chamber, Oity of Yankton Sept. 24ts l887. Time of feoess having expired, in the absenoe of the mayor, oounoil was oalled to order by -the olerk On motion of Alderman MoVay, Al derman Brauoh was eleoted mayor pro tem. Roll oalled. All members present exeept Alderman Noonan. Oounoil then prooeeded to open bids for the oonstruotion of the new oity building, when the following bids were opened: Yankton, Sept. 24th, 1887—M. P. Ohl man, Chairman Building Oommittee, Sir Agreeable to your advertisement in the-P. & D., relative to proposals for building oity hall in the oity of Yank ton. I beg leave to eubmit the following biel governed by plans and specifications executed by E. W. Loft, artohiteot Sioux City, Iff&a, viz: Eight thousand seven hundred and seventy-five dollars ($8,775.) W. S .GOODWIN, Contractor. Yankton, Dakota, Sept. 24th, 1887— To the Building Oommittee, Fire De partment Building. Gentlemen: hereby propose to furnish all material and oomplete the proposed oity bnild ing aooording to plans and speoifioations for .the sum of eight thousand nine hundred and seventy-four dollars ($8,974 I Most respectfully submitted. WM.'B. VALBNTINB, Yankton, Sept. 24th, 1887—To the Honorable Mayor and Oounoil, Oity of Yankton, Dakota. Gentlemen: In com pliance with notioe published by oity olerk, and aooording to plans and speci fications. I offer the following bid of eight thousand three hundred dollars S3,300, to build the proposed oity hall. My bondsmen are Messrs Harry Wynn and Wm. Stier, both oitizens of th* oity. Alderman Orowe stated to the oounoil that the water from oity main that had been allowed to fnn in watering trough in front of Donaldson & Bloom's plaoe of business on Capitol street, by the failure of said parties to pay water rent, that said troojth was used almost entire ly for pnblio watering purposes. On motion of Alderman O.UlaMn th# matter wa* referred to oommittee on water works with power to aot in the premises. OH motion of AIde«man Eoglieli the ditoh now being out on Locust street was extended from Fifth to and aoross Fourth street and a street bridge to be puoed aoross Fourth street. At thiB time Al derman Noonan onme in. On motion of Alderman English, Mr. M. T. W^oiey was authorized to aot'"'for the oity eDgineer during the absonoe or disability of that officer. ...r, On motion council adjourned, JACOB BRACCH. Mayor pro ten Attest: JAMESKINGSHUKT Only Perfect everL .(jiveaaiiEleo' brie Oorrenti with or ... JAMES OROWB, Committee. Yankton,Dakota, Sept, 19th, 18S7. Alderman English moved that the exe cutive committee be instructed' to have the weeds in oity park that have heen out burned. Motion oarried. On motion of Alderman Branch* oonn oil took recess until Saturday Sept. 24th, at 7 o'olook p. m. when the bids for the construction of the new oity building will be opened. WITH* OUT ACIDS. ELEOTBIO StTBPENSOBY FREE with ever? Belt. Address, SOSL MOBTIa Bartlett, Geo. fAHBB O. Respeotfully. GOTTFBIED BUBGX. Yankton Dakota Sept. 24th 1887—To the Hon. Mayor, Oounoil of'Ysnkton,Da kota Gentlemen: I will agree to build and fnpnish all. material aooording to pl»,n8 and speoifioations, the oity hall for nine thousand three hnndred dollars ($9,300). Very reapestfnlly acrBPiiUS. Oity Clerk. Latest and best styles ot Ladies', Minsk's' and Chil dren's slippers ever sliowu in Yankton at JACOB MAX & SON. A Hare Chance—About to move in my new reBidenoe I offer my present home and about 40 ac^es of oity property for sale or rent, Oot. 1st. W. B.VALBNTINF. II you want great bargains come and flee our job lots ot boots and shoes. JACOB MAX & SON. To All who are Buffering from the erroi* n«1 iiuiacrellons of youth, nervous weakness, early lecay, lose of manhood, &o.# I will send a roclpr that will curoyou.FttEE OF CHARGE. This great remedy waa discovered by a missionary in South America. Send a fielf-addreesed envelope to the A»Y. JOSEPH T. INMAN, Station D, New York Oit» When Baby WM slak, w« gave her Cutorla, When ahe WM a Child, she cried for Caatoria, When ahe became Mlia, ahe elnng to CMtoria, When ahe had Children, ahe gave them CMtoria. ,v Dr,PIERCE'S. ELECTIUC BEL'i BEST MADE .OhrOnlc Dt* eases of both BEXESOurc^ withootMcdicine. Eetab. 1875. Send for «j*jvmnu.. pi, i»Jy^o m« 7Q4 BAO'UBNTO BT,, BAN FRAUOIBCO. fa A Tfr Yankton Market. Sept. 23, *50 Yankton WHBAT OATS OOBH A» BABUTC 85 ,...... 85 BUCKWHEAT £LAXM«D eg HAY $5.00 Hog* il.25 BTBIBS, pot owt OOWB, per owt $2.00 HHKKP $8,00 HIDES $5.W@8.co WOOL 16^20 POTATOES, per bnnhel Eggs, per doz 18 Batter. Dei lb 18 Wood WOOD! WOOD! 1,000 Cords Dry Wood for Sale Reasonably by. the cord or la lots, at FELBER'S WOOD YARD. Sawed and Split Wood Delivered in any Part of the City. For prioes apply at the yard, Oorner of Third and Pearl Streeta, Lovrer Yankton. HT"TermB Btriotly Cah. JAMEB J. FELBEB. Rubber Stamps IN— Any Style at the Press and |§|i?Dukotaian Oilice. YANKTON DAKOTA. BANKH. Yanktor Bank. Edmunds & Sons. jptankers, Tankton. W« d* gsnsrai Banking, Cslleclton' ani Loan budnsti, ths sain* as National Banks. BnyandaeUeMhaaseratheprinoleal oltle. of th» United Stetea and Korope. atteatlot paid tooolleotlnna, and re- ouiwd for tnyaiUbly on day of payment Will loac mansy. pay iaxas and sail rs& •atata lor nas-rasiasnU, oa favorabls tarma. EDMUNBS & tCNS. HaYAX Pnisldect. W. B. UoV AI, Oaahler. 2%^ "1* 3^ FBED BUBGI/ On motion of Alderman Ohlman bid of Gottfried Burg) was aooepted and oon tract awarded to him conditioned that he would enter into oontraot With the oity and give a good and sufficient bond in the sum ot live thousand dollars ($5,000) for iaithful performance of oon traot. I 5? nA 1 If f'lf 1-1 t' J" .V. 3 First National Bank -OI- Y41SKCO.N, DA KOI A. tINITED STATES BEPOSITORY. OAPI*AT. No. 101 Third street, Cor. of Douglas Ave. j4 Maa«*«i*»**« «e o,ooeo faa.ooo 00 111 Oonreapondenta: Ohemlaal national TUnfc Saw York. OomiaeroUl Hatlimal Bank, Ohi. aaco.UIlnoU. Km ali tfcegrtaolp*] cdtlee ouaonoaui rooelT® MRS. PITCH SMITH, Atoireof OBAODATB ot Rj* Xork Oity Oonaerva- Mania. «id fln» olun twaoher of FUBO. Oruu aad Toeal oaltere. will receive scholar* al J-P. Wuroner"* llwdo Store. 101 Third Street, or will foto' tiaoM of papllaif dodr^d. tenrthef lnformatAoB oall at Muilo «. 6. CkMsa' Blook, TWrt^SVeet if jt-y'a:' ''If isPECIAX. NOTICES. Wants. \X7ANTED—A fir»t class cook at Eatopeati fV 50 Beataurant, Man or Woman. Opposite the Mortgage Bank. Yankton, D. T. WAY & PILLMORK, Proprietors. "DOOK8 Opened, posted aud balanced by a thoroughly oompetent accountant. Apply to O. H, ifi. uari ot Q. a. *1^0 BENT—House, eight rooms, good well* fine shade trees with barn for four horsest from lug. 1st. Oorner 2nd and Mulberry streets. Btont $10 per month.' 14 all close Buyers we offer THIS SEASON. We point with, pride to our Superior line of Goods in all our Departments! And whatever you seek is contained in our GREAT WARDROBE. ver NEW, MODERN AND STYLISH! BOODQAL, Eaq. ANTED—A oompetent ^irl, who cook, for housework in a family of fire, Good wages will be given. d&w MB:*. J, T. M. PIERCE. isa^od CTAY. WANTED-I want 3,000 TONS OF Prime upland Prairie Hay near Bailroad station or will aooept it at any plaoe where $00 tons can be ha4 in one lot. Adaress JESSfi HILL) Yankton, Dakota. WANTED-A 5 room bouse furnished or un furnished for family of three. Parties will pay n^oierate rent. Knouire of E. M. O'BRIEN. VVT ANTED—An experienced girl to do gen- Tf eral housework. Apply tc M&8. WM. SOOUGAL, Oorner 6th and Pearl Streets. For Bent. rent —Piano in first olass condition. Ap ply to GAMBLE BKOS, tf OB BENT—Small house near the oorner of bixth and Oapitol streets. Enquire of WliiOOX & WILLIAMS. OUSE FOB BENT-Apply fjFJFIOE rooms to rentj as finely finished as any in the city and centrally located also a furniHaea room in residence part of the oity at reasonable rate^T* Apply to fox 8al«. tpOBSALE—One twenty horse power boiler and enguze all in good order. Oall on or address KABB & BIOflKY Yankton. Dissolution of Pai^nerslitp. ]\TOriOE is hereby given that the partner ship heretofore existing betweea the nn dersKgned, under the firm name of "Pederson brotuers.' is this day dissolved. .The under signed Ole Pedersen, having purchased the entire interest of Basmus Pederson, will carry on the business in his own name, and will settle all olaimB against said farm and collect all acoounts due to the same. W. BASMU8 PBDEBSON. Yankton, Dakota, September 9t 1887. Stoves! ^Stoves! -BY^— d. C. MORMAN. lou Heating and Cooking Stoves on Hand Now and More Coming. ^r|.^ AU of the Newest and Finest Paternu. Oadl and see for Xoureelf. er-PneestofluitEverybody, store on Ospitol YANKTON DAKOTA^ Farm for Rent. Knox County,^Nebraska. 400 acres with house, stable and shedding, all Irame, SO acres plough land, fenced, plenty Ol good hay l«od and range. Terms one-third of crop or rent will be takeii in breaking. Apply to MAC LAO AN & PIE RGB. Tankton. pakota. •&1 at H.W. PIKE. DUDLEY tiXOHEY & GBOH8. Found. JpOU^lD—A gold watch charm. Apply at this DAKOTA V,-. COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, I'.OOMM Third HD itomli, TAHItTOM »IAKOTA WM *»& 4 A 4 1$ THE LEADING CLOTHIERS, Yankton, D. T, pm* W. B. VALENTINE,:® Contractor & Builder. Wholesale and Retail D1ALEB IN White Lime. Oement, Fire Brick, Stucoo, Sewer Pipe, ifitc. Also Flour and Feed of all Grades. S NOB. 307 & 811, BROADWAY, Yankton, Photographs. All Work Warranted Btriotly First 01*88, Dae to .Expensive Improvements. PORTRAIT & VIEW. EVERY STYLE and SIZE. isV A. G.FULLKB. JOard Size, Cabinet Size, Panel SizeA Boudour Size, imperial Size, 8x10 Size, 10x12 Size, 11x14 Size, ^Hii VERY *Vt sj LOW AT PRICES. VIEWS or HOJIK, The finent ^iown ot the oity of Yankton for Bale at Mio W til pi's K&L'ery. NIC WULPI, Portrait and View Photograpber. OOOCIM v®ii3 Avenne, Tanktoa. Michael Brennan, MEAT MA.iKET. -tfvTHlRI) VABKTOS OLE PEDEBSON, STKEHT, DAKOTi I Had my PhotoTa^en -AX- Rounds' Gallery, 216 Wedit Third St., First Floor. (I ROUNDS' PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO. [js rasHiSisss" slie Orsyons. .. 8lfl West Third 8tr*it, Knit Floor. DOUGLAS AVENUE UL FAMILY GROCEBT si —AND— PROVISION STORE, Seoond DssarbssriSeme: dtTWrd' YANKTON, DAKOTA lino of tba boweat. the oolloiu the pitnwtl* -Op«i»d full and ProyUtona, kl jfrmilj Proprietor orBuytro Ol Yfo.