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IHIBD BIBEU9T,
TABKTOH DAKOTA
La-ws
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P"iC4',v l|
•."A'jf'i*"
DAKOTA!
Wo aan Jwuish the Sesaicm Laws
olDetofrtor the years
1881., 1883, 1885
and 1887.
AddfOMt BOWEN&KISGSBURY,
'I.'- -ff- •~jz tfv
PKES8 AND UAKOTAIAH
every evening, excepting Bun-
In publiihat
9 Bsoaipno—87 carriers, per
$111 per year,
$1S 00
WBN & DNG8BUBY. Prop'trs.
Gov. Ohdi oh denies Deadwood mili
tia com pan upon the ground that Da
kota alreadj has too powerful an army
for ticaee ofi peace.
The bills or the admission of North
Dakota and} Montana and Washington
were postpi) ted last week, bat will oome
before the tj nate for aotion this week
Hepresent itive Nelson, of Minnesota
republican,? ?ho was for the Mills bill,
now wants le republicans to prepare a
bill of their,- wn on the
There is bat one
faro: of the Mills bill.
There is weiderable distress in the
mind of illi demooratio Sioux Falls
Argus-Lead sr over a snapioion that tbe
yoang republicans of Dakota design
kioMng the} ld soldiers out of the party.
The old sr ldiers are penally willing to
admit reora ts to the ranks.
A oauous the house democrats deve
loped a dew upon the part of nearly
every demoi ratio representative to at
taoh an ame idment to 'J he Mills tariff
bill. The #..nous was compelled to ad
journ to ski the bill from being hope
lessly bared nnder tbe Bhower of
amendment!
It has ten arranged for Senator
Hoar, of issaobnsetts, to present the
name of Jot Sherman to tbe Ohioago
convention. Ex-Senator Warner Miller,
of New Yorl, was preforred by Senator
t'herman a: id the Chioans on aoooant
of his geogri iphioal location and person
al strength, bat
OH
Mr, Miller is expect­
ed to be not ied for the seooi.-d plaoe on
the ticket ii the event o.f the nomina
tion of Mr. I herman it was thought best
to secure thi servioes of tbe Massaoha
setts s( no to •.
Mayor Ba Tett, of the Aberdeen Re
publican, oli ees an editorial upon Me
morial day V'ith these words:
Soldiers thp union" army, honor
yoar lead ai id let every Amerioan oitizen
unite in thai :king tbe Supreme Being
that their vs tor prea-jrved this country
one and inseparable, foi bh long as yea
do, you pay tribute to as brave and no
ble an army of man ai ever trod Qod's
footstool, and tbs confederate scldier
will mingle S\ia tears with yonrs.
Mi'jor Bar 'ett wns himself a confeder
ate toldier aid wore the gray through'
out tte rebe lion.
Aucustine Davis and H. E. Oounb
have diBpostd of tbe Huron Huronite, J.
W. .Shannon and John Longsteff beoom
in^fha par ihaaers, Mr. Payia leaves
Dakota and moves to Obicago. Many
regrati will, jo with him. B.e has made
a )od rapu nation in Dakota journalism,
J. V, Shorn on, of tbe new Huronite
firm, has bei editor of that paper dur
ing si,viral years of Its oareer and is well
and favorably known in newspaper
circles. Tiiere will probably be no
ohange in th»j polioy of the Huronite
under hiB management.
The Chiosgov St. Paul, Minneapolis &
Omeb.i railr ad company, has filed in
the pffioeof the secretary of the state of
Nebraska, a Jopy of a resolaiion, paued
by the boaic. of directors of the oompany,
autbotiziog the oompany to purchase
the .°orthei istern Nebraska railroad1
Tbe uooy oi the resolution is aooom
panied by a rery voluminous document
whioh is the charter of the Chicago, St.
Paul. Mint sapolis & Omaha, and the
charter of tiie Northeastern Nebraska.
Tha%reaolut.oua are attested by E. E.
Woodman, ioretary of the Chicago, St,
Paul, Minnt ipolis & Omaha.
Afresh plj-sse of the Blaine sitaition
is furnished! by the Washington fjorre
epondent of tbe Omaha Bje, who nays:
Mr. Joe li anley.of AngUHta. Me., has
said it. He ariived in Washington last
night, und a akes no Beoret of the faot
that he has (ome to consult other friends
ol Mr. Blalcs with reference to a .new
boom. He ek ys that Mr. Blaine has done
all fiat oan be expeoted of him in writ
ing lettenleoliniOg a nomination, and
thai if the convention desires him to
accept and Bake the campaign he will
do so. "ItV cut of the power of Mr.
Blaine," Btk. Mr. Manley. "to withdraw
his name frr the
oonteBt,
no? wan nd
ocmpanies!
be ready
IH
wired the war dep
meats. The distu
(oar Indians on a
sob from Fine
made no demons!
derly and well behaved
entirely without aiiiuse.
by mail,
Trans or
month, per
month,
88
o* ita per year, 410
00.
Offioo—Pe*sS vhd Dakotaian bleak oornor of
Third and 0 ipltal streets.
Telephone mi iber 5.
tariff snbjeot.
republican in
The Bupre me oourt of Dakota deoided
the tar caili of the territorial treasurer
againi thai Northern Paoifio railroad
in .'avor ct the railroad company. So
the result cl Mr. Church's policy is that
the Norther Paoifio will pay no taxes.
and I have
information that be will remain passive,
whatever l«j iono.'
r1
It will noticed by the eastern
newspapers that daring last Week tU
settlers of f|. territory of Dakota were
ezpesed to'! the horrors of an Indian
massacre, ^hree days have passed
sinoe tbe gfi \At danger existed and we
have just found out about it. How
mioh more' trying it would have been
had we be* aware at it during its
prevalenoei The vicinity of Oelriohs
was the saet of the scare. This is
town in FoL Biver county a short dia*
taooe soutlf of Rapid Oity. Tbe gover
ifltid aad he ordered two
lb» i«niton»l roilflis to
(0 to the eest of war and
irtmeot lo.- reinforce
baooe was oansed by
visit to Fort Kobln
dge. These Indians
rations aud were or-
The soare was
It is only & question of time, republi
can senators say, |rhen they will suooeed
in their fight for bpen sessions far the
consideration of
Senator Hale
withdrawn his oi
oast with the
tbe fisheries treaty,
lis wheeled into line,
position vote which he
Itfemoorats against tbe
proposition on Thursday, and the repub
licans how have ji olean majority. The
democrats are
-j'ery
earnest in their
straggle to defeat open sessions, know
ing as they do t! at open sessions mean
a complete unty taking of the hypocrisy
of tbe present administration and tbe
ridiculons weak :ass of Secretary Bay
ards diplomacy,
In a reoent (i,peeob in the house of
representatives! Delegate Oifford said:
I desire to oil II the attention of the
immittee, acii] some othnr people to
ttiQt portion of the bill which appro
priates money support- the territorial
government ofj Dakota. The amount
aoo&rded lrj tbe bill is 806,000, The
neoeasary expjnsea of the territorial
government fo| tbe year 1888 will aggre
gate $600,000, Und of this amount tbs
oeople o!
',he territory pay over $550,000,
The amount Uooorded in the bill is
largely in Excess of the necessary
amount for ot'ier years owing to the
session of thjj legislature, which con
venes Janualy next. Our legislature
meets bienma| ly. The average annual
appropriatow by tbe general govern
ment of aboall $35,000 is a spoonful of
sugar thrown to 600,000 people to com
pensate thenji for a miserable, carpet
bag territorial government. Not an
offloer ol oar! territory who disburses
territorial mojoey is responsible to tbe
people for hie! official aots. Every one
is appointed by tbe governor, and
nearly every lone is a politician who is
found hovelling around oauaases and
conventions it every opportunity. Per
mit me to -y that 600,000 people in
Dakota are )i Bartily tired ct it and would
gladly reiie* the people of the United
States from )be burden of tbe pittance
annually appropriated by the general
governmpnt towards supporting a gov
ernmental territory."
CI)iV£NTI0N
CALLS.
Lawyers ail Editors or Dakota Join In
the llnilw Movement Rtatehood
«atlicrin ,B Invoked.
GAIjX, FOB STATEHOOD CONVENTION OF
ATTORNEYS.
De Smetj. Dakota, May 2Gtb, 1838.
The cnderi.' igoed members of the bar of
Dakota rec|aest a convention of the law
yers of Piijiota, to be held at Huron, at
nine a. m., July 12th, 1883, for the pur
pose of considering measures which may
aid the cod ie of a division of the territory,
and the admission to the union of south
Dakota anji north Dakota, as two states.
John A,'Owens, Kingsbury county.
Ohaunoijy L. Wood, of Pennington
oounty,
A, P. S henian, B. Duniay, of KingB
bury eoul ity.
A. O. K-allam, J. T. Williams, C. C.
Morrow, 8. J. Moyer, W. C. Cray bill,
W. A. Porter, J. M. Long, John A,
Stroabe, pt Brule county.
Melvin Grigsby, F. L. Boyoe, J. W.
Boyoe, A|, A Polk, Wni Lyon, T.
McMaster, H. H. Eoitb, J. Forny
honoh, Cfias L. Crookway, D. B. Bailey,
Park Daj is, A. Frizzell, B. F. Pettigrew,
S. L. Tale, B. J. Weill, Win A. Wilkes,
J. C. Edily, H. J, Davenport, U. 8. G.
Cheney, 10 A. Fowler,Joe Kitby, of Min
nehaha iltounty.
A. C. Mellette, Oourtlandt Wood, W.
H. Don|»lason. L. A, Denning, J. E.
West, T,, V, Eddy, Oeo. H. Barnes, F.
E. Vanl,,iew, W. S, Glass, E. L. Hoarritt,
John Kiahalson, M. H. Naber, D.O.
Tbomafil, J. E. Mellette, C. O. Churoh,
E. A. Cove, of Codington oounty,
J. P.jCheever, Edward O, Webber, of
Hamlin ooanty,
P. O.Murphy, G. A. Mathews, J. O.
Andrews, J. if. Diamond, C. L. Davis, of
Biookiigs oeunty.
S. A.| Oranmer, A. 8. Drake, Wm T.
Ungheiii, Wm Daooan, H. O. Briggs, W.
O. Stomt, S. A. Cochrane, U. H. Barrows,
Wm W. Hughes, E. Sharp*, ol Eduiands
oounty.
Kobi rt Dollard, T. O. Bogert, W.T.
Williams, J, D. Elliot, O. Biohmond, of
Bon fijomme oonaty.
Frasik Alexander, of Campbell oouRty.
ThorU Sterling, C. T. Howard, H. C.
WarmiHik, D. A. E. Warnook, Jno. J.
Cushi|sg,of Spink oounty.
Oariroll Atwood, of Faaik ooanty.
B. B, Smither, D. M. Evans, 8. S.
Looklliart, of Grant ooanty.
A. Chamberlain, H. Medberry, A.
J. Prliitt, T. W. Bordtok, D. H. Williams,
of Patter oonnty.
I
Fellows, D. H. Sallivan, W. M.
Smitji, Frank H. Clark, C. H. Bakeweli,
Diok Haney, of. Aurora oounty.
W i:pi. B. Sterling, Geo. O. Cooper, A
W. I'.ortt, L. W. Orotoot, John £L Davis,
Jus. ]A. Kelley, A. B. Melville, E, T,
Lanj jley, C. M. West, John Cain, O. W.
Wair K. W. Wheeler, John F. Flok, Jr.,
F.'Vollrath, B. Henyan, Ivan W.
Goo lner, Alansing B. Melville, 8. C.
Naa'i.K Kerr, B. P. Hoskyn, W. I.
Milt en, A. E. Carpenter, J, K. Hannay
Edfard A. Morse, F. F. Randolph, Wm
T.Ji
ZaOS
I. ruwford, of Hashes oonnty.
John T. Pyle, Mauford, E. Williams,
S. 8. Markham, of Hand oounty.
J. W. Oartor, M. E. Radelpb, J. W.
rajrlor,J. 8. Wtlloox, A, B. Brown,
Frtmk K. Aikens, A. O. titriner, C. £.
Kennedy, P. Haas, ol Lincoln oeunty.
Jlobcrt Do't, B. M. Dott,F.8. Bauth.
Ja,i. Bfcynee, W. 8. Arnold, of Hanson
eo'into.'
T. y. Barnes, L. D. F. Poore. J. H.
Teller, Geo. H. Hand, French He Smith,
Hoffh J.Campbell, of Voinkton ooanty
De Stnet, Dakota, May, 2ttth, 1888—
Th) tbe editor: resp^oWally enggest
t« the bar of Dakota that at tbe opnyeB1
tj an named in the foregoing o*U,. (after
its speoifio purpose haa teen aodom
plished) other matters of general in
tiireirtio the profession taey well be
eccsidered, inoludicg the question ol
O rganising a south Dakota, arid also a
liorth Dkato, bar Bssooianoa sad
r«le«Uoa ol delegates to the national bar
ANJ TON, DAKOTA TEBBITQBT, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 29, 1888. NXTMB2E 29
usm^iation to be held at Cleveland,
Ohio,
August 8th. 1888. John A. Owen,
of Kingsbury County.
OAIiIi FOB EDITOKlAXf STATEHOOD CONVEN­
TION.
Huron, Dakota, May 26th, 1888—To
the Editors oi the Weekly and Daily
Prees of Dakota: A general convention
of the friends of two Btates in North and
South Dakota has been oalled to meet
at Horon July 10th and 11th Best.
This convention har been oonyoked
by a oommittee appointed for that pur
pose by the division and statehood con
vention of July last.
Its occasion is the failure of congress
to aot upon tbe admission of the two
Dakatas and the threats of perpetual
disfranchisement issued by the party in
power against Dakota.
In thip emergenoy it is apparent that
the people of all Dakota must either
oonsult together and agree upon some
praotioal plan of aotion or all thbir in
tereats will be threatened with great and
lasting injory.
We are asked in this emergenoy, as an
important and influential body of the
commonwealth, to give the asBistanoe of
our oounsel and deliberations to the
general convention upon the question.
Is there anythiog that the people of
Dakota can do to help this, and if so
what is it?
We, the undersigned members of the
preBs .cordially concurring in the objoots
of the convention, do therefore respeot
fnlly invite all oar brethren of the press
of north and sooth Dakota to assemble
in convention for the purpose of oonsult
ing and deliberating upon these import
ant subjects at Huron on Thursday, the
13th day of Jnly, at 10 a. m.
A. Davis, Huronite W- 8. Bo wen,
Press and Dakotaian IX O. Hans
brougb, Inter-Ocean, Devils Lake J.
J. Sargent, Tbe Dawson Breeze B. W.
Lair, Turtle Mountain Times T. N.
Treat, Dakota Beacon G. R. Owen,
Chamberlain Register F, S. Corwin,
The Steel Ozone O. E. Hay ward
Clark Daily Review L. L. Bates, The
Lake Preston Times Kanoase & Folsom
The WoonsooketTicseBjO. B. Sherwood
The De Smet Leader G. W. Fenno
J. R. Lowe, Bijou Hills Times A.
Warner, Deuel County Advocate J. E
Brit ton, MoLaan County Mail D. P.
Strong, The Park Biver Gazette A. T,
May hew, Letoher Blade S. V. Gbrist,
liee Valley Free Press R. E. Carpenter
Watertown Courier News W. N. Girton
& L. R. Girton, Miner County Farmer
Thomas MoConnell, Carthage News,
Eli Johnson, Mrs. Philena Everett
Johnson, The Highmore Herald John
Longstaff, Huronite Zaoh T. Hnndley,
Free Trade Demoorat J. B. Oogan.
SCARED BY INDIANS.
An IJnneeeaBary Panic in tlie (South
West Corner or Dakota.
Omaha, May 27—A serious Indian
soare has prevailed during the last three
days in tbe vicinity of Oelriohe, Dak.
Mr. Parker, a banker at Oelriohe, ar
rived in Cbadron to-day and explained
the cause of the soare. Four Cheyenne
Indians at Pico £idge going ot their
way north on a pass to viBit Fort Bobin
son, in Nebraska, told a settler that they
were going to see "the fighters" at Fort
Kobinson, and would be baok in "seven
teen sleeps." The settler interpreted it
that tbe Indians were going on the war
path, and that they had oome to warn
him to get out of the ooantry. The
settler related the story to others and it
rapidly spread and the alarm became
general. Mr. Parker says the soare has
done a great deal of harm to the ooantry
about Oelriobs in driving out newoomers
and keeping others away. He says none
of the Indians have left the agency, and
that the offloials there scout the idea of
there being a possibility of an outbreak.
Biemstock, Dak., May 27—Friday Gov,
Churoh reoeived word by wire of great
danger of an Icdian outbreak near Oel
riohs and that tbe ranchmen and people
were leaving. Gov. Churoh immediately
informed the war department of the citi
zens' request for troops and also wired
the department of the interior. He direct
ed Col. W. J. Tbornby to atonoe prooeed
to Oelrioh and report to Adj. Gen. Jen.
kios and himself the situation and di
rected Gen. Jenkins to have two com
panies of militia ready to move at a
saoment'B notioe. The adjutant general
reports the men are ready and the first
regiment is notified to be prepared No
report has been reoeived from Ool. Thorn
by beyond a telegram signed by bimself
and oitizens to the effect that the
soare started Friday by some friendly
Indians telling some ranohers to leave
the ooantry as the young Indians were
going on the war path, and asking for
two oompanies of militia and arum for the
oitizens. It was rumored that the In
dians were enoamped eight miles from
town, also that all the women and ohild
ren had left town and the plaoe was wild
with exoitement. Nothing further has
been reoeived from Oelriohs sinoe yester
day. The governor reoeived an answer
to bis dispatch to tbe department of the
interior from Gen. Vilas thtit all was re
ported quiet at this Pine Bidge agenoy.
Pine Bidge agency is aboat twenty miles
from Oelriohs. Indications are that the
matter Is soare or panio similar to the
Turtle mountain scare in the winter of
1887. bat preparations have been made
for an emergency.
If You Fear an Attack
Of fever and ague, or bilious remittent fever,
don't report to quinine, a cumulative and
pernicious drug that baa ruined many con
stitutions. Use without delay a remedy whioh
I the leading physioitms of America have reoom'
mended for over thirty years past—Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters. Dumb
r.gtv)
and ague cake
I no less .tuaii the aotlvely febrile forms
malarial diaoaee, ara promptly relieved and
ultimately, uprooted by it. In tbe tropioa.
tion for preventive and remedialeSliu^y
competition has not been able to effect
prejudicially—nay, bos even served to
strengthen. Di-orders ef the stbmaoh atd
bowels, particularly those to whioh malaria
given rise are speedily relieved by it. Kidnej
complain ta, rheumatism, nervousness anu
slieplessness. sick headaoho and constipation
yield to U. Appetite and sleep are bjth Im
proved by It.
SHILOH'S VITALIZES is what you
need for Constipation, Loss of Appetite,
Dizziness and ail symptoms of Dyspepsia.
Ptioe 10 and 7&.cen$s per bottle. Sold by
B. M. Ward, druggist.
,i. A«»ife, Ai«ftttif uidjietifitle.
Pordy ft Brecht can alws/i be relied
upon, not only to carry in stock the purest
best goods and atuftain the rejjiutaiioa of
being active, poBluDg and jreliable, by
itcotnmenaing articles with well eetab
lished merit and such a* arc popular
the I XUting the Aceuoy for tin oslubmed Dr.
Bang's Hew Disoo'
every
eption,
-V
colds and coughs, will sell ii us- positive
guarantee. It will surely cure any and
every affection of Taioat, i.ace0 find Chest
and in order to prove our claim, we ask
you to call and get a trial Bottle free.
Something for all the Preachers.
Bev. H. H. Fairall, D. D., editor of thn Iowa
Methodist, sayn editorially, in the November
(1888) number of bin paper: "We have tested
the morita of Kly'a Oroain Balm, and beliero
that by a thorough course of treatment, it will
cure almost everraaae of catarrh. Alinistera,
as a olau, are afflioted with head and throat
troubles and catarrh seems more prevalent
than over. We cannot recommend Ely's Cream
Balm too highly.
SHILOH'S OOUGU and Consumption
Cure is sold by us on guarantee. It- oures
Consumption. Bold by R. M. Ward drug
gist.
Wonderful turen.
W. D.Hoyt & Co.,wholesale and retail
drnggists of Rome, Qa., say We have
been selling Dr. King's New Dioovery
Eleotrit Bitters and Bucklen's Arnica
Salve for two years. Have nevor bandied
remedies th.it sell as well, or give snoh
universal satisfaction. There have been
some wonderful cures effected by these
medicines in this oity. Several oases of
pronounced consumption have been en
tirely cured by uso of a few bottles of
Dr. King's New Discovery, taken in con
nection with Electric Bittere. We guar
antee them always. Sold by Purdy &
Brecht, Yankton.
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable
by that terrible cough. ,ShMoh's Cure Is
the remedy for you. Sold by.R, M. Ward,
druggist.
HHo*len'( Arntea saUte.
The bsat Solve in the world for Cats,
Bruises, Sores, Dloers, Bolt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Ohapped Hands, Chilblain
Ooros, and all Skin ICruptio&B, and pos
itively oures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded, Price 26 oenis per box,
For Sale by the Rxooisior Drug Htore of
Pordy A Breoht
CBOUP, Whooping CODGH and
Bronchitis immediately relieved by
Shlloh'e Cure. Sold by K, M. Ward, drug
gist.
Advice te Metnart,
Ara yon disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick ohild Raftering and
orying with pain of cutting teeth If so,
send nt onoe and get a bottle o.*
Mas. Wrastow's Booznnra Bxbto for
Children Teething. Its valuo is lnoalou|
lable. It will relieve tbe poor little Bat
terer immediately. Depend upon it,
mothers, there is no mistake aboat it
It oures dyeentory and diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomach and bowels, oaro:
wind oolio, softens the gums, rednoea in
flammation and gives tone and energy
to the whc-la system. Mrt. Wintlov
Booihing Syrup for OMldren Tuthing is
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of oue of the oldest nurses' and
best female physioans in the United
States, and is for sale by all druggists
throughout the world. Prioo twenty
five cents bottle.
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia
and Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vltl&izer
is guaranteed to euro you. Sold by li.
M. Ward, druggist.
O JL-L 23.
To 'til who are tuifluriiig from tko arroit I
imllHcrolloim of youth, uervouH wtMikuoss, eurl
dewiy, lossot manhood, Jtc., I will send a roclju.
that will cure you,
CATARRH CUBED, health and sweet
breath secured, by Shlloh'e Catarrh
Remedy. Price 60 cents. Nasal Injec
tor free. bold by R. M. Ward, druggist.
iome to Beatrice, Nebraska
Cheap homes, mild climate, rich soil, good
•ohooU population, 10,000. will double in two
years values will also double. Will soon be
chief manufacturing oity in the State. Im
mense water power Eight railroad outlets,
with others surveyed or building. Oomo take
advantage of her magio growth. Kxoureions
from all Eastern points at naif rates. For olr
eulars addrCNB llOAHD OFXBADE,
Beatrice, Neb.
VAJS.
MoDBVITT,
Dealer ia
Qrooeriet, Wines end Liqum,
Veedand Provleienae,
K4.KX®ON DAKOTA.
First Publication May 24.
Kesolution.
A resolution for the oonstraotion of a sidewalk
Across a private alley between lots 9 and 10,
In blook 88. on the the north Bide of Fourth
ttreet, Witherspooo's Xankton.
Be it resolved by the mayor and counoil of the
oity of Yankton:
Section 1. That It is. and is hereby declared
neoesaarr, that the following sidewalk should
be constructed In tbe said oity of Yankton, to
wit: Across a private alley between lots 9 and
ID, in block 3d, on the north side of Fourth
street, Witherspoon's Yankton.
Seo. 2. That said sidewalk shall be six feet
wide, tbe outer and inner edges thereof to be
laid upon a lino with the walks already laid
on either side, of said aller on said Fourth
street, feet distant fromtho adjaoedt lota above
desoribed and the said iddewalk shall be con
structed of wood and in all respects in accord
ance with the requirements of the ordinances
of the city, and plans and specifications to be
repared oy the city engineer, and approved
the mayor and council. The said sidewalks
alongside, or in trout of any of the aforesaid
lots, sit atori on a oi'rm r, iijh ii' tb." terseb
tton of two ntreeui, »lm:l be extenaed to the
curb line of tbe oroesing street, or so as to meet
and connect with aBy sidewalks now laid down,
or tkat may be laid down hereafter, npon auab
crosaisg streets.
pec. 3. That the oost and azpenas «f making
toe aforesaid improvements Bhall be defrayed
by special tax, to be levied upon the aforesaid
lots, or parts of lots, bounding or abutting on
the same, in proportion to the feet front of
uld lota or parts of iota so abounding or abut
tiog.

Seo. 4. That said sidewalk may be laid on an
approximate eiade to conform to the surface
of Uie ground, as deaignated in the said plains
andspecifimuons to be prepared by the oity
eer.
.6, That this resolution shall be
lisued tor four oonseontive weeks in the oil
newspaper of the oity.
Adopted May 21st, 1888.
JAMK8 klMOl
Approved thila 2Snd day^f 1^?.
«K
mm- -v
Oity Olerk.
1889.
JAMES H. TSiitiKB, Mayor,
MRS. R. T. SULLIVAN.
Teioher' oT Vooal and Instruments
Musio, and also of Organ.
J.'upila not having piano, oan have nse
of mine tor practising. Terms for lessons
resiaotibble.
HTBssldenaas Oadar Btrset. Setweea lad
aadtrd.
"".J!
at tlie Foliowiug Low Prices:
No. 1 Scantling, Joist and
Timbers 12 to 16 feet.. .$18 00
Common Boards 18 00
Sheeting 15
No. 1 Snip Lap 19
No. 2 Ship Lap 18
Shingles,
x*
60
60
00
00
25
A *x—the best 3
Shingles 5 inch Clears..
And other things in pro
portion. Qualities are not
excelled in this market. A
good assortment. Come
and see us before buyiag
elsewhere,
WILCOX LUMBER CO.
2nd and Mulberry Sts. Yankton, D. T.
JnoH.Queal&Co
Diixaasm
Ya
FREE OF CHAKOE. Tills groa»
remedy was dtecovorod by a missionary In South
America. Bond a solt-oddrosscd envelope to the
BEV. JOSEPH T. Ikkas,Station D, Ntm York Oitu
i*-r
LUMBER.
jS"
Lath, Shingles,
Sash, Doorsf, Blinds
Lime, Coal,-:
BUILDING PAPER,
on Broadway near North­
western ra!!road tr:oJcs, Yankton,
Dakota.
Red Cedar Posts.
We have just received a
carload oftliem, 7 feet long.
Daisies Cheap. Also 1 car
White Oak Posts and 1 car
of White Cedar Posts
A Large Stock of Finishing. All
Grades and Lengths. Six feet Side-ii
walk Plank. Call and see It.
ST. CROIX LUMBER CO. "3
BBOADWAY, ...xauktoh.
Foundry
-AKD-
MACHINE SHOP
Engines and Boilers,
Creamery Supplies,
Steam Heating and
Water Pipe,
_wts Castings of all kind*
I®"Small Horse power fof 'eale.
•-VAJirtt V-• 1/ ••-r
Martin & Anderson,
5.5
Wftifc fcWVjjjf
Walnut street, Yankton.
J. H. TEIiltEIl,
at Law,
OSse ID FostofCas ldoei
TAlfSTTfllf DAKOTA
HUGH
ub
icial
J.
OAMPBELL, V. V. BAROT
-y' *.
Campbell & Barnas.
ATTORNEYS AT IiAW
WWILL Praette*il4
Territory.
all tfts Oooirts af th
,:IAiC0TA-.-
COMMEKCIAL COLLEGE,
..V .'Jfltonw ZUsd aad Oasital atnets,
IA*KT0S
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