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HI B£ THIS is the top of the gen p" Chimney, all? others uine "Pearkfg ley, alff" are imitations. JEMK --v.- K.: IP I' jS&KLf aso I e- «iv Lamp similar The dealer mayi say and think his has as good, but he has not. Insist upon exact label and top. GEO. A. MACBETH & CO, Pittsburgh, Pa. New Advertisements. The Art of Advertising! Mew»ptroeiw. TBe iwk wfllall tie done in 10 days. Beud ofdur ana check to GEO. P. ROWJ2GL. CO. 10»PR«CE8Tm3V.« V. io Jte88 NewipMFr 0»tal°gae seat by mull for ADVERTISERS an learri the exact cost •1 any proposed line of advertising in American japers by addressing ieo. P. Rowell & Co., '^wspaper Advertising Bureau, lO SpruM St/ New York. lOota. for 1OO-PA0* Kanaphlet. Qirm trie Churren vrtthtywrrg* am AGT09. FREE! 'RELIABLE SELF CL*f!f A $9 fevoruc j/:cscrii.i:!-i of OIK of I)I« mot noted and julcccsslui ortulwi: jr. U. U»ow retired} for-the cure qf Keryoiia L««t Weaknea* and JD*cay« beni tu plain sealed envelope Free, druggists can fill tL ,-Address DR. WARD A CO.. Louisiana. Mo, DOCTOR WHETHER 617 St. Charles St., ST. LOUIS, MO. three medical MUMnav vi kUlCP UlCUtCU jngor engaged In the treat- A Rtynlap Uradaftle of thrc eoliegeB.^M bwn longer eng^ed in meat «r durante, t"—-— Blood Alituei In s, nervous, St. Louis, aa residents know, Audi* free and invlt Opinion coats nothing. ju«u«»uvs eeni ny man or express everywhere, securely packed. froo from obiervfctlon. Curable caw* guaranteed wlirtfGrioubt exUta it Isfrankly nrOd&tjf 1^ Pleasured fa) life, Want of'Ambition, JTnitnsssto to suocesa. Safely.,privately. A PERMANENT CURE 6UARANTEE0. Blood Impurities and Poisoning, Mer tmcd Md other Jgettms of Throat. Shin md Bows, mtehis, Eruptions, Old tores, Wteers, Pjfhtfitt SmUings, fromwhatever wwe, positively and forever driven from the SJKJJS&I.SEE means of SAFE. TIME-TESTED AND BUBpJtA.T18M, the roautt of poison, postlvely cared. Catarrh, Throat, Nose, tang Diseases, BM.'ilrhnS?.1 a»4A«inlrsa Weak. treated successfully It is self-mident that a physician paging particular attention to a cutis oYeases attains great skill. In this oldest house America wenjmom helo is resorted to, B®v®n ,O«M6 BKaiuini anil .the *o top promised TOrotK^®SS?K?^39La,^h- Kyouae^ Wiite Sharp, nsuranee. Fire,MarIne, Life,:Acci dent* Tejrnadc, jgjg''Cfretoae. Nimapllr attended* Douet^s ss.s The Theatrical Frefeaatou. Hertt wlU win and reoelte public pralM. Caota, which are perianoa, forth meed This is the exact label on each one of the a MShimeys. t:1 no .«pen £two «id ronnerty recognition and the outcome of rrtntleal teat,beooipe aa rooted the rock ftirther general ex- growing through year* of critical and and immovable of CHbraltar la pnblio aa opinion,and.lience- guarantee i&ettMa. The oaio thalr gena- ltkdlapxttablo fact that la the but biood Swlffa purlflar Speclflo in- the world,1s one of theee tmmovable Gibraltar rock facts of which wo have •poken,and every,day's experience root* this eon vlotton deeper and deeper in public opinion. Bvenr class of our people in America and In Europe, even1 trade. Sailing and profession, including the medleal profession, have borne voluntary testi mony totho remarkable virtues of Its infallible efficacy B. 8. a and in curing all diseases of the These testimonials are on Hie by the Miou- to the inspection of all. sow,, ue. sluttnguunednemmnol tha'iaav Hton,who gntefully Wfitlfy to the wonder ful curative quallUes of vidual t.hn SpeolOo eases. Their mitted to in their Indi testimonials are herewith sub the public without further comment—let of tte Besidetto® mMue, iihuu.»c end UcVloker^i Sto^c Company,of Oblea«o« tlemao im well known member, of tbe New vobk many, THAlltt Tbtatra uranatrioal circles Charlotte Ilandon'a Teatimony. Ksw Swift Company. Both are well khOwn sin this country andin Europe. Xobk, BpeeUlo May s, 188% Company,Atlanta,Ga.: Oentlemen—Having been annoyed with pimple*, •raptlons tand youghneesof the sain, from bad eon jjUtton efriny bt«M, for more than a year, used a seadmrpzzparatton of sarsapailllaaBa other adver tised remedies to so effect. Than I oonsQlted a prom inont phvslcjan, and from his treatment received Jo l^aim then concluded to try the a. &. B. rem- Md live or eke packages, by a thorOMff eradlcaHon Of my trouble and restoring iimss to my skin, have made ma happy, ana give you this testimonial for such us« as you wish to make of it. C8JJU301TB Rumow, lOBowery, near Canal street, lingo llaaakerl'c Testimouy. The Bwlft SpecUlo Company,Atlanta.Oa.: Hntlemen-Por two years I had a severe case of awmaa, lp«ed tar soapa,snlpliurspaps,aDd otjT mlnc bottles usethls «v York.May •7* Pain ui'r Healt the Boru KIECTKIC BELT Bus WAbBl ^OhroaleDi* iiwOoi») vritfeonlHedtoine. land for itNo.2. CO., various numbers ta^thOTowhlyjrelleveil tn^^and you oertlfloAte in any manner youi Hcao Hasbkkbl, 3,lea^ or XroaUse on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Tsa awin imam Co., sKj MbY*8 CreamBalmi OleanMalbe Drawer 8, Atlanta, Oa. Nm 1 to a Benaaa of Taste] and Bmell. TRY thTcURE. A partiole is applied into eaoh nostril and is affreeablc. Price 80 oenta at druggists, by mail reentered.« ota. .EIiX BBOTHBH8,2S5 Qreeuwiob Bt., Hew York. -jfeVER Yankton Bank, Edmunds & Sons. Bankers, Yankton. )He do Cash a generatllBanking. Collection and business, the sams as fbsolal attention ikla aa i, than any other Fhyslolan V-r:'- ____ Blood Unnatural Discharges Promptly Cured. P, TiaMitti FAMILY GROCERY/ ':'r' V'.' PROVISION STORE lwq»d Ifrncftom Cbbw? ot !plrd. fleeondtyaorfrom Comer o$Mrd. National BanKs. paid to (almdior stated. Nervous Prostration, DeYlity, Mental tmd Phutkal Weakness, arising from In dupretion, Excess or Indulgence, producing some of tnefollowina effects: Nervousness, JAMBS Marry, Melancholy, Dyepeptla, Stagted Development, Lo«s 0. of Power, the Back, etc are treated with Palni uuparalleled collections,and lnvarlauy re- oa day at payment. Will l«aa maw. aty taxss and sail real •atataler wrasMairts, tararahls iarma. EDMUNDS & SQNS. Ho TAX Preddent. W. H. MoTAI Cashier. First National Bank -OF— YANKTON, DAKOTA. UnirEft STATES DEPOSITORY, CAX1TAA— $80,000 00 ttuiEn.s8„„M sxs.ooo oo .•'vr c&-anK£ey we ^'. ah it Hew] eaga.1 par/eot JV*8aU gxohaa geoc all tha^rinalpal altlea sMmSoS'' l^ '&iUiiutUiaa anm prompt McKinney & Scongal, Ban 3s:ex Yankton, Dakota fAuiraos, -. DAKOTA MEAT MARKET. pet cent, interest allowed on deposits, voile etioiis promptly attended to. 4ne*Uo and Foreign Exchange bonght and 7 iXowy to loan on P-rm Property. Xxng time «a per dent. Interest, and No Ovmml'ssion. 'Mnnioipal Seoaritloe, School Bon^s, and 'Joaiity.Warrants bought co reasonable terms. Itf eba*l Brexmaa, 1 V- -J iSlwilfM SPvrtrtri! i««i! 't* better things. The repnblioao roaeaes «l*H (£jvl«W1 'are everywhere reeamiDg control. They I had been long uarootized B08C0E CONKUNG. -v Xtae Bfun who has Xorne la Bilecce the ntubs or the Pirates of the KepiUl «*». J*arty—A stalwart Among tbe Htalwartn, (ieorge O. Qorham in tbe Ohiaago Times The Pittabnrgh republicans, who reoently organized a Uoablinft olnb and named Bosooe Gonkliog for the prealdenoy, have received from him a letter whioh he gives expression to bis unwavering devotion to the republican cause and his ardent wish that the party may deserve end win success in the com ing presidential campaign. The politi cal insects whioh have been stinging at him and the nameless political qtiad rnpeds which have been making them selves disagreeable to him will regret the letteri beoaase it makes him under stood, and they wish that hj shonld be misanderstood. Mr. Oonkling never answers calumnies and this gives bis enemies a (treat advantage bat in tbe present instance be has by a single ntter anoe silenced a.busy and malioioaalittle tribe who were endeavoring to make bis patient and dignified silence a witness against the earnestness of his repnbli oanism. Wbat oanse had ever auoh an advooate as republicanism had in Bosooe Oonk ling when at Oooper institute in Mew York in 1872 and again in 1880 at the New York aoademy of music he saved it from its own despondency and then led it on to victory I spoke of his patience. When treason to the republican party yoked itself with the demooraoy for his politioal destruc tion in 1881, and the administration of the party he had led to viotory became the adminstriation of that foal and un natural coalition—when tbpsenate,'poi soned with a miserable last for the offioial patronage by which many of its republi can members hoped to be returned, groveled at the feet of exontive pow er, at such a time the post of honor seemed to him the private station and he withdrew from the senate- His fidelity to friends con trolled him gainst his better judgment, and he unwillingly permitted them to make him a puasive candidate for re eleotion. It was a matter in whioh only his own personal interests ooold suffer and those be saori&sed at the bidding of the men who had so long stood by faim. The legislature of New York was openly debanohed both "With money and federal patronage the anoient oauous usage was broken up, and the politioal forces correctly characterized by him as "abhorrent and forbidden" prevailed. He then retired to the praotioe of the law. Tbe newspaper files of the country would be seatched in vain for any ut terance by lis". Oonkling: in I regard to these events siuoe their ooourence nearly seven years ajfo. Where, in history or romanoe, oan be found another man self contained, BO BO strong in uncomplain ingendurance of wrong Even Grant, retioenTa'nd weli-pbised as he" wasHiTaa-? Pie ed forth his indignation at the ill-treat- ment of himself and bis friend at that time. Bnt the world never beard Mr. Oonkling's story. Probabla it never will. He was like a brave warrior,.stab bod by those lor whom he bed borne tbo brunt of battle, and for whonjk he had won. Hik enemies seemed for a time to flourish, but it was only while holding wassail in their own oaaile. Whia the* want forth to battle they lost. They eried aloud, while the battle raged: 'SfcBTe us, Oonkling, or we sink." But heoamenot. Why should be? They were going down berore' the very men who three years before, had been their fellows in the war upon the stalwarts. After they, were beaten they raved be cause Oonkling bad not rushed out of his law offloe and tried to save them. He simply remained silent. A truthful diaoussion of them and their exploits wonld not'have helped them, in any«oon test against their recent democratic al lieS. Mr. Oonkling's silence was mag nanimity itself. It still remains un broken As to his enemies well Will it be for tbem it it shall so oontiuue. Bat the letter to the Pittsburg olab 1b on another theme. It is his re sponse to republioan friends who speak to him of the republican oause It iB Rot all he baa said on the subjeot since his retirement to publio life, bnt it is the most noticeable utterance he has made because of tbe time at which it is made. It will be taken aa an appeal to tbo party to pat aWay ta dlstqtbers and give ittelf a chance for lite. It enggests nothing diffiodlt only that the party may be "worthy of itself and of its past," and, with that^ condition fulfilled, he predicts unity and triumph. Iquotrbis words: Without referenoe to candidates, it will be a great satisfaction if a olab bearing my name ehall contribute in any way to reinstate tbe organization whose wisdom'and earnestness proved so asefnl during tbe most tragid and try ing period of our history. To see the party again triumphant and nnited, worthy of itself and of its past, the brave and honest champion of the rightB, tbe welfare, and progress of sixty-three million people is inspiration enough for ali republicans. Mr. Opnkling is no candidate himself and haa no Oandidate to propose. He would despise a party whioh/ would yield to leSs tban its majorities any right to diotatela candidate. He simply utters the Wish that the republioan party may may be "again triumphant and united," as he believeeit will be if, "worthy of itself and of its paBt," It shall be "the brave and honest champion of the rights, welfare, and progress of 63,000.000 peo ple." Tbe party will be "worthy of its past" if its national convention shall be "brave and honest" and giro the republican millions ah opportunity to unite in the support of a oandidate himself brave and honest, and one who has never been unfaithful to the rights or welfare of the people. Snoh a man must not owe bis nomination to the foul birds of the lobby in the several states, nor to the power of bribery, either with moneyL plaoe, or governmental favors. The or ganized forces of plunder, whioh aim equally at the oontrol ot both parties, and often saooeed, must be put down within the republican party or they will buiy it tbis year in tbe ooean of oblivion deeper than plummet ever sounded. I reiterate my recently expressed opin ion that the republioan oandidate for whom Mr. Oonkling does not raise bis voioe next fall oan not carry New Tork, and snob a prospect there wonld tend to the defeat of the party in other oloee states. Xbelievetbls to be tbe opinion of the great body of thinking and well-, informed men. It is not Mr. Oonkling's fault that people so think. He has ex preese# no suoh opinion. It will not be his fanltif thenextrepublioan oandidate should be one for whom he oould not speak. know that to him it wonld be a matter of profound regret of tbe "ab horrent an^forbldden foroea" of oorrnp- tion and rdfflanism should suooeed in trailing tbe rep.nblioan banner in the dust by placing it in the hands or one of their favorites, because tbe support of auoh a man wonld be unpatriotio. If there is not virtue enough in tbe party fo rescue it from snoh control nothing oan save It. If only the pirates Art to TU signs of the tiaus, howevsr, prom- The majority of tbe convention will instinotiveiy see who the men are with whom the birds of prey wonld be satis pud will nominate somebody else—some' l.udy under whose candidacy the repub lioan party, "worthy of itself and its past," will be "again triumphant and nnited." To tbe behests of the party nnder the lead of such a oandidate both Oonkling and Blaine muBt bow. Then will be seen whioh knight will advanoe farthest into the thiokeet of the fight. At the New York state convention of 1877, when another delegate drew some parallel between bimBelf and Mr. Oonk lin, the latter Raid: Let me supplant the parallel by re calling a remark of a great crusader which Biohard of England and Leopold of Austria had held dispute over the preliminaries of battle. "Let the futnre decide between yon, and let it declare for him who carries fartherest into the ranks of the enemy the sword of the cross." Bepublioan success would be assured if tbe party would suppress' tbe factions men who have brought it low and then aay ta all the old time leaders, as well as to the young and aspiring: "He shall be first who oarries fartherest into tbe ranks of the enemy the standard of the great party of union and liberty." Mr.. Oonkling's timely letter will do good. Neither be nor Mr. Blaine will be a oandidate before tbe convention. Let the oandidate be one they both oan sap port. SHILOH'S COUGH and Consumption Cure is sold by as on gnarantee. It cures Consumption. Sold by R. M. Ward drog «l8t- gw •.' slip Old lioap-year JUira, Ohioago Times: It is oommonly sup posed that leap year is an invention of the playfal mind, and that it never had a more serious existenoe than it now haB in the aots of thoBe sportive young peo- wI»o give leap-year parties to whioh 0 ladleB p"",nrt thft and who iangh over the idea of a lady asking a gentleman to become her hnsband. Bat there was a time when leap year was a serious affair when men were compelled by law to reoognize seriously the matrimonial propositions of women. For example, there was an old Saxon 5 -ie one section of which ran thus "Albeit, as often as leape yearre dothe ooonre, the woman holdeth pre rogative over the menne in matters of courtships, love, and matrimonies so that, when the lady proposeth, it shall not be lawful for th& men to say her nae, bnt shall entertaine her proposall in all gnde enrtesie." Among the old Bootch statutes still preserved is to be found one, bearing the date of 1228, which contains this business-like seotion: "It is status and ordinent that daria the reine of her maist blessit majestic ilk forth year, known as leap -year, ilk maiden layde of baitb high and low estait shall have liberty to bespeak ye man she likeB albyit if be refuses to take her to be wif, he shall be muloted in the sura of one pound (£1) or less, as his estait may be, exoept, and awais if he oan.make it appear that he is betrothed to one woman, and then be shall be free." We find nowhere any statute intimat ing that a woman can be held for beaoh of promise, nor is there anything in the law to prevent her going up and down all Scot laud and promising to every man she meets till she has either fonnd one who will aooept her proposition or has had every unengaged baobelor in the realm Sned forrefUBing her. And yet there are people who say women, through all hiBtory, have been orusbed down and enslaved and abused, and that never before were they treated so well as they are to-day. For lame batik, side or' chest, use Bhlloh's Porous Plwter. Price 25 cents, Bold by B. M. Ward, druggist, -V'' .':vA JMre Railroad Frtltcl, Bedfield, Dak. Marob 5—Mr, H. P. Packard, of this oity, is anderstood here to be in Bome wsy connected with the Duluth, Redfield and Southwestern rail road enterprise, and oonsequsntly your correspondent sought an interview with the following result «!Do the projeotors of the Dulntb, Bedfield and Southwestern railroad en terprise mean business, or is the talk we bear simply Dakota wind?" "They mean business," answered Mr. Packard. "There are men oonneoted with tbe enterprise who are worth over a qayterofa million. They are men of keen business sagaoity and oan see a grand fatnre for an air line connecting this rioh valley with tbe ooming Ohioago of the west and furnishing direct water oommnnioatioh with the east. VIb it true that capitalists from New York and other eastern states are ursine the project "It is. Mr. S. H. Palmerj of Ogdens barg, New York. and Mr. B. Oormiok, of Haywood, Wis:, both men of large means, are among its heaviest barters. Mr, D. W. Diggs, of Milbank, V. T., is also one of tbe leaders." "Will these gentleman be present at the meeting on the 14th' insif" "Either themselves or by proxy, and are prepared to stand by the decision." "Is any other road, the Northwestern for instanoe, baoking this enterprise?" "Ami talking to a reporter?" sus piciously inquired Mr. Paokard. Upon receiving an answer in the af firmative, he said: "I am not at liberty at present to divulge anything more. At the ooming meeting the plans will nndonbtedly be perfeoted, and tbe re sult of the deliberations made publio. In the meantime I will simply say that project beara every evidence of being implete sneeess," a pomp Kerae thief «aptwrea. Elk Point, Maroh 6.—On last Satur day ni^ht Sheriff Bovee arrested one Peter Miokelson at the' house of Howard Mosief for horse stealing. On Baturday «igh(l, February •Jth, a team of horses vriiO took them. He went -to Ouster, "Hob., where he traded the horses for 3EE tat end made to believe that their wishes were or no con eeqaence as against the ambition ol one man. It is anew experience to them to be Buddently awakened and told that Uieir master has ran away and left them free to act for themselves that Mr. Blame baa decided not to ooart a second defeat by nominating himself, and tb^t tbe task will devolve upon them of sel ecting a candidate in their own conven tion. No man oan, at snob short notice, foroe himself upon them. The national convention will be divided between many candidates- Mr. Depew says the delegates will be hur rahed over to Blaine as barn yard fowls are shooed around. He is mistaken. The pitober has been taken* to the well once too otten. The name the false knight, samamed the plumed, will be no longer potent to conjure with. He oould not on a roll oall defeat Mr. OonkliuK himself in any national conven tion of the republican party if only tbe two names were presented. escort the gentlemen, cattle, drove the cattle to Bourbon, Ind., where be Bold them. He then told an acquaintance by the name of Carter that he was going west, and that bo wonld p»y his (Garter's) fare. They came to gether to Carters brother's, who liveB five miles a»nthe*et of this plaoc, Mickelscn had been at work for Mr. Mosier about two weeks. He is a Dane and 23 years old, and was ever so much surprised when Bovee stepped up to him and shook hands and says bow are you Miokelson, tbe/ having never met before. Tbe Common Iiot. There ie a place no lore can zeaoh. There is a time no voioe oan teach, There is a chain no power oan break, There is a sleep no aoand oan wake. Sooner or later that time will arrive, that place will wait for your coming, that chain must bind you in helpless death, that sleep must fall on your senses. But thousands every year go untimely to their fate, and thousands more lengthen out their days by heedful, timely care. For the failing strength, the weakening organs, tbe wasting blood, Dr. Pieroe's Golden Medioal Disoovery is a wonder' fal restorative and a prolonger of strength and life. It purifies tbe blood and invigoraties the system, thereby fortifying it against disease. Of drag' gistB. Memorial Charcb at Nloax Vslls. Sioux Falls, Maroh 5—In the will of Mrs. John Jacob Astor, whioh was re oently probated, $25,000 was bequeathed to Bishop Hare, of this city, to be used for the benefit of the Indians under his ministerial jurisdiction. The bishop has jast returned from a visit to New York oity, and while there suaoeeded in ob taining a donation from Mr. Astor of $21,000 for a memorial ohuroh to bis wife to be ereoted in thin oity tbe pre sent year. This aum will bnild a very nice edifice, as the ground upon whioh it is to be located is already owned by the ohuroh sooiety. Tbis sum, it is stat ed, will swell the Aston' donations to Bishop Hare's school and ohnroh enter prises in Sioax Falls to $60,000 or $70,000. Great JMttle lien Some of the greatest men that ever lived were of small stature and insigni ficant appearance. Tbe reader will readely. recall many instances. Very small are Dr. Pieree's Pleasant Purgative Pellets, bat tbey are far more effective than the hags, old-fashioned pilla which are so difionlt to swallow and so harah in their action. The "Pellets" are gentle and never oanse constipation. For liver, stomaoh and bowel derange ments tbey have no equal. CATABBH CUBED, health and sweet breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Bemedy. Price SO cenii. Nasal Injec tor free. Sold by R. M, Ward, druggist. Advice to Mathers, at* yon disturbed at night and broken of your rest by a nick child suffering and crying with pain of entting teeth? If so, send at onoe and get a bottle of Mns. W ikb LOW'S Boothika When Baby was Opporfte Buparior to all Bra UP for Children Teething. Its value is lnealou? lable. It will relieve the poor little suf ferer immediately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is no mistake about it It oures dysentery and diarrhoea, regu lates tbe stomaoh and bowels, oures wind oolio, softens the gums, reduces in flammation and gives tone and energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wfrulom't SeotMng Syrup for OMldren Teething is pleasant to tbe taste, and is the prescrip tion of one of the oldest nurses and beat female phyBioans in the United Btates, and is for sale by all druggists throughout the world. Prioe tvonty flve eent* SICK,wa gara her Castorta, When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, When aha became Hiss, she clang to Castoria, Wfcaa *h» had ChHdnaj she gars them Cseteci* n? -J SHILOH'S VITALIZES is wbat you need for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Prioe 10 and 75 cents per bottle. Sold by B. M. Wsrd, druggist. C. HPBATES ISIS syi fit gpfigliff WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER isiii vir ^Duler ia Staple Qroomw and Provisions, Dried Fruits, Woodon and Willow Ware, Tobacoo, Cigars, mm.®*-* £«•. Eto., pi Oox, Odiorne €nmr)M, XAVK'IO L. Mo- Oo's- IUKTOS DAKOTA gm -DAN. MoPEVITT, Bailer Is IKIPIIIS (S Wines and Liquors, Feed and ...........L)AKOXA C. B. TAYLOB, WOOD WOREKR —AND— I O I S E E Shop la the Bear of Store Al orders •Meaitoal Banbera'a Imltin left at store will hare prou Attorney at Law. In Fosioffloe blook r*SXT0N /rnra HUGH jr. CAMPBELL, V.V.BABHE8. Campbell & Barnes, A O N E S A A W jg-Wll Pmetteeliu all the Courts Yankton iron Works. JOS. H. CAMPBELL Manufacture* Engines, Boilers, Water Motors, Wind Mills, Flouring Mills Bridges, Gum Machines, and Heating ol" Buildings by Stenm& ot Watef Plans and estimates on »U Hinds ot Machinery, &c. and4 „V -ss General Repairing. PO&TOFFICE BOX 784 Mortgage Sale. SJI7HEBEAS, Default 1S8&, ezeouted has been made in the payment before tbe same ton, Territory of Dakota, in book 28 of mort gages, on page U, gages, on page on the 7th day ot Iprll, 1888, at 12:15 o'clock p. m., and WHKBaAB, no Wbkbeab, action or proceedings at law or otherwise have been instituted to recoyer the debt seoured b/ said mortgage, or any part thereof. It was stipulated in said mortgage that if default wonld Tbe in snm ot twenty dollars and ninety-seven oenta for taxes necessarily paid by said irortgagee after the same became delinquent,and interest and fifty dollars attorney's fees stipulated for in said mortgage. Now, thorefore,notice L^Vast court February. A.D.,1888. ., made in the payment ot any portion of the principal or interest nomptly at the time the same should become ue, or if default be made in the payment of the taxes assessed or to be assessed on said premises, before tbe same that case the part,either tbe right to Chester, in the state of Pennsylvania, which assignment waa duly recorded in the office of the register of deeds of the said county of Yankton on the eleventh day of April, 188S. in book 23, 882 am wncBEAS, On the mort- 10th day of December, 1887, said mortgage with the note secured thereby, was duly re-assigned by the said Thomas B. Dewees to the said William H.Edmunds of the county of Yankton af sresuid, whioh said re assignment was duly reoorded in the offioe of the register of deeda of Baid county of Yankton on the Sd day of January, 1888, mortgages on page in book and WBEBEAS,default WBEBEAS,the has been made in the pay ment of the taxes assessed on said real properly as a creed by the said mortgagor in saia mort gage and whole amount of principal and interest has become due by reason of suoh default and Whbbeab, the amount claimed to be due upon said mortgage,at the dato of this notice is the sum of seven hundred and twonty-two dollars and ninety-four oentB,($722 84) to-wit: $700,00 principal and *22.84 is hereby given that by virtue of the power of sale oontiuned in WILLIAM said mortgage, and duly reoorded as aforesaid and in pursuance of the statutes in such ease made and provided,the said mortgage will be fore closed by a sale of the mortgaged premises therein described,at publie auction, by the Bheriff of said Yankton county or his deputy, to the bidder, at the front door of the boiki in the city of Yankton and county of Yank ft and territory of Dakota on Mon day, the nineteenth day of March, 1888. at 10 o'oloek in the forenoon of that day. The mort gaged premises are situated in the county of Yankton, in tbe territory of Dakota and are desoribes as follows, to-wit: Tbe west five sixths (w 5-fl) of lot number eight (8) in blook number twelve (12) of that part of the oity of Yankton known aa and designated "Yankton," on the duly reooraed plat thereof exeouted by J. B.8. Todd,being one hundred and twenty live feet (IK) from the west snd or side of said lot with all the appurtenanoes and improve mente thereunto belonging. Dated at Yankton,D. T., this 1th day of H. Mortgagee. DEWEY,EDMUNDS,for WILLIAM P. Attorney Mortgagee. JOS. 80HII/FZ Milwaukee Beer On draught atm GEO UGE BRO WN'S Third St.,Sample Booms ISM TJBOWN'8 facilities for keeping Beer Oool and fresh are unequaied. ana he is at all times prepared to furnish this invigorating beyerage at hie popular establishments. "Wines, Idquors and Cigars. Call at Brown'sSample rooms on Third street when in Yankton. GEOBGE BROWN. Photo graph s. All Work Warranted Striotly First Olasa, Due to Expensive Improvements. PORTRAIT & YIEW. EVERY STYLE and SIZE. Card Size, Cabinet Blze, Panel Size* Boudour Size, Imperial Size, 8x10 Size, .'jt&f itaia su», 11x14 Size, AT VERY LOW PRICES. VIEWS OF y»kto»' NIC WULPI, Portrait and View Photographer. Douglas A-enoe .Yankton. John Lang, Artistic iPainter AND DECORATOR. TUiliM of Ifl the get designs in Interior and deootaMoa. a. tir WOE, No.41# on Capitol Bt., betwosnlFoarth aad Fifth streets. Yank JOSN LANG. DAKOTA COiMMEKCIAL COLLEGE, flwn WW and Oailtal streets, ItfKKNI siiniJSirtwwwDAKOTA K4 i5$& Yankton. TESTED 40 YEARS. BEST APERIENT KNOWN. Pleasant to tbe Cooling, EFFERVESCING Pleasant to tbe Taste. Cooling, Fruit Salt* and Mineral For INDIGESTION, DYSPEpSfSTBiTSXBffBr CiOSTIVENFSS, PRIOKI.Y HEAT, TETTER, SALT RHEUM, SCURVY, And all diseases arising from a disordered conditisa of the Stomaoh. Liver or Bowels. CTaste.<p></p>ITRATERefreshing,Price M*Cents.<p></p>GNM,DRY-33I*•taAdaptedInTiforaliog. A EFFERVESCING beoame delin quent ot the taxes assessed upon the property and premises desciibed and embraoed in a mortgage dated the sixth day ot April A. by Harris B. Bmlth and Sarah Smith of the oonnty of Yankton and Territory of Dakota, to William H. Edmunds of the oounty of Yankton and Territory of Dakota and whioh mortKate was reoorded in the of the register of deeds of the oonnty offioe of Yank RAILROADB. OWS8 and operates S.5UV miles of thorough ly equipped road In Illinois, Wisoonsln, Iowa, UiaaouH. Minnesota and Dakota, IT IS TBE WIST shall party of by enter upon and take possession of said premises and sell the same in the manner now or that may hereafter be provided by law, and Whebeas On the eleventh day of April 1885, said mortgage, with the note secured thereby, the mortgagee to Thomaa -Jnty of BESX DIBXOT BOOTS Bktweih PBINOIPAIFoxrts ABB become delin quent, then the whole snm both prineipal and lutercst Fhonld atones become due and oblleot ible and FAB WEST. the seoond himself or his agent, shall have ju in TBE Voszewxst, BOOTH- For maps, time cables, rates of passage and freight, rto.. apply to the ne*rest station agent of the Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Fanl Bail way,or to any railroad agent anywhere in the World. M1LLE3. A.Y H.OABPENTEB. General Manager.. Gen'l Pass, and Tk't A at. 3. B. TDOEEB, GEO.H. BEAFFORD* Ass' Gen' Man. Ass' Gen Pass. & T' Agt, HTFor information in referenoe to Lands and Towns owned by the Ohioago. Milwankee St.Paul Railway Company, write toB S. Hitjann. Land Com Wisconsin. mlasioner, Milwaukee, ™e CHICAGO SS of 151 AND MORTH WESTERN W™ RAILWAY. Penetrates the Centres ol Population in ILLINOIS, IOWA, WISCONSIN, interest besides the MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA, DAKOTA, NEBRASKA AND WYOMING. TTS TRAIN 8EBV10B ia carefully arranged fco meet requirements of local travel* ai well to fnrniah tbe most attractive Boates lor thromgh travel between important TRADE CENTRES. TT8 EQUIPMENT ot Day and Parler Osn, •S.Dining and Palace Sleeping Oars rival. ITS is witosut BOAD-BED ia perfeotion, of atene-bal. lasted Steel. riBE NORTH-WJE8TEB1N is the favorite for the Oommeroial Traveler, the Xonnst end the Beekers after Oolden Northwest. J. M. WHITMAN, H. U. WICKEB, Vice Pres't and Gon. Mangr. Traffic Man'gr. E. P. WILSON, General Passenger Agent. First Publication Feb. 15th. Speeial Tax Sale. tQpQQQOQOOg iKOIitkWlOHsjOoi^tf »aoooDoaaaooe»o»o«g»c QDQDGD nQp siiiiissii seaaagggsgsg r- DAKOTA! We oan furnish the Session Law* of Dakota for the years lS'J'O, 1881, 1883, 1885 'fe' %4and 1887. Address, BOWEN & KINGSBURY, Yankton Dakota. Yankton and Swan Stage and Express Line. J, N. MOOB8, Proprietor, J/t ifoute 3* »tit Mew fioznee in VBetailed information oheerfully furm labed by W. N. BADCL1FF1D. Agent. Yankton. "VTOTIOE is hereby given that in pursuance -L* of a special assessment and tax levy mads by the Mayor and council of tbe oity or Tank ton, D. T., oa the 3rd day of January, 1S8I, for the purpose of paying the eottof oertain is- S'S S provements consisting of sidewalka ia front ef 3 and along the side of oertain blooks and lets ordered and made by resolutions of the Mayor and oouncil of the said oity. of Yankton, D. T.. and due notice of such spocial assessment aad ifWM tax levy having been published, snd said tax having aow beoome delinquent and interest and penalty accrued thereon, I shall ea Taos day, the 20th day of Maroh, A, D. 1588, pressed to sell at publie sale all the real estate apea which said tax now ia or shall remaia anpaid, leh tax and eosta thereon, saia sals place at the front door of the eeurt house in the oity ot Yankton, D. T„ betweea the hours of 8 and 10 o'oloek a. m. to pay su will take The following is a description of the reai estate to be sold and the amount due apea each lot, part of lot, or parcel of real estate respectively, said amount Includes the tax levied, the penalty, interest and sost of adver tising. J\ Block. bb|BBI^,— 3333333333? -4 1 ,ve hereunto set my -nary. A. 0.1888. In witness whereof I have here' hand this lBth day of February. A. .TBS, City O. H. BATES, City Treasurer.