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IaNKTON, D. TH JUNE 8, 1888.
BHIOAQO, Milwauxsjs A TAMU&. ST. PAUL Sailboat. I Xh* tirak ea*t boaod passenger train leaven at 1:30 a. m. each day, ex.epr Band ay, Oloae oon- leoiiOQR for Uiuoago, Gounoil Bluff and pmahft. Tho seoond east bound pMBeager (rain leaves It 3:56 p. in. each day except Btrnday. Glo&e lonueotionfc for Chioaeo, Oounoii Bluffo and Jm&ba. i'he fiwt passenger train from the east arri ve* al 11:02 a m. eooh day, axoept Sunday, The second passenffer from the east, arrives paoh day qxoept tfniiaay at 10:06 p. m. I The regular passenger train from the west arrives each day exoept Sunday ut 8:55. The tegular west bound passenger leaves each da? exoept Sunday at U:02 p. m- No baggage trauv ported ou accommodation trains. Chicago ft Nobtiiwkst*bh Railboad, Paesenger train* leave for the east and north daily, exopt Sand&y, at 6:20 a. m. and 4 p. ^nd arrive from the east and north at 9:50 p. m. fuid 6g5 p. m. Aooommodation trains leave for the east and -ttorth daily, except buoday, at 9 a.m., and Atrive from the east at 1:80 p. m. Sunday passenger trains leave for the east at ,1:65 a, m., and arrive from the east at 9U0 a. m. All freight trains carry passengers. Yankton Po#toffloe Honrs and Regulations. The delivery windows are opened each day (Sundays excepted) at 8:00 a. m. The delivery windows close at 8:00 p* m. The money order* postal note and registry de partment opens at 9 a. m. and closes at 1:80 p. m. On Sundays the delivery windows are kept wopen from 9i46 to 10i46 a. m« The lobby of the -omoQ is open all day Sundays for the aooom modation of persons renting look boxes. Mails going east via O.. U. A St. P. EL B., -olose.at 9 p. m,,and 8:43 m, Sundays exoept going west and north via the Ohioago, Mil vraukee a St. Paul railroad close at 10 a. at., Sundays exoepted. Mails going east and north by Ohioago A Morthwestern railroad olose at 9 p. m. Eastern mails via Ohioago St Bt Paul railroad if riven at 10KJ6 a m, and 10:30 a. m. Eastern mail via Ohioago & Northwestern -*6ilrf ad ariives at 10 iu and departs at 6 S m. •,-§ Stage mails close at 8 o'clook p. m., exoett |he Niobrara. L. D. PALMKB.P M. THE WBATHHB. ^•£OCAL 0DSBBVAT10W9—TAKWT ON 77TH 1»BI DIAN TitfB—KLKVATXON 1284 FZKT ABOYB BBA IJCVK&. JVar Department* Division of Telegrams, tor the benefit of Oommeroe and Agrionlture. Manal Servioe 0. 8. A., Yankton, Jane 8, 'B8, 'time. Ke.'day,8:IOp.n. To-d»y, 5d0a.ni. To-day. llMp.m. m, •iik Ausiuaboiue Bismarok Baffcrd... Huron Helena Yankton o? 3" •»T is si 5m 69 79 29.66 29.54 29.51 *1 i* CD II 0 0 Olear Olear Fair. OS nw Max. Thermometer 84. Min. Thermometer £9. tDenotes traoe of rain fall. W. D. PULLER. Observer. AT VARIOUS POINTS, Yankton Signal Station, June 8—Re have been received to-day as follows northwest signal stations: por froi 94 2 Plaob. rs a El A ft a 29*60* 29.72 62 no 29 50 68- A6 29.66 60 O 29.64 70 01'dy 01 dy fair. Uai Jlear I4OVA.M1 LAVtfiTICa, Hog market da)]. People are aroand this afternoon who prognosticate rain. There is a session this afternoon of the board of trustees of the insane hospital, I' This is corn weather—and the corn appreciates the fact. It is reaohlDg up to kiss the tardy sun. Rev. J, H. Mollineaaz, of Sicmx Falls, Will offioiate at Ohriet oh a oh Monday, I morning and evening. I The r.ver is rising very slowly, bat from looal rains. The monntain rise baa not yet pot in appearanoe. I Last night's eleotrio light was better ."than on previous evenings. Fraotioe will make tbe illuminator perfeot. Yankton's pilgrims to the St. Loais Shrine of Qruver may be bxpeoted home I to-night, it they are able to travel. The usual Friday evening servioe at Christ ohnrch will be omitted to-night Saffian aoooant of Dr. Duryea's leotare. ,$P* The steamers Helena and Terry were laid up by the wind a few miles below I Yankton daring most of yesterday and 5 All night. v'v Manager Peal, of the Western Union, faithfully served tbe pnblio with bul letins daring the late unpleasantness at Bt. Louis. A special meeting of the county com missioners is to be held nest Wednesday to appoint a road supervisor for tbe dis triot east of Jim river. It would be a happy recognition of the oobasion if tbe business houses of Yankton were deoorated to-morrow in honor of the fire boys. Dr. Duryea will deliver tbe last leo ^ture in the college oourse at the Congre gational ohnroh this evening and it will be a ohoioa disooursr. 'jj' Very slow progress is being made on the combined Northwestern, and Mil- W»ukee grade to tbe Jim. It is hardly idry enough yet to do maoh. Many Yankton people 3went to Vet pnillion to-day to witness and participate in the university field sports, wbiob are a feature of commencement proceedings, 4' Business men have subscribed gen erally to tbe firemen's banquet fund to pay—all but one, and his property has twice saved by the fire fighting ioroe. The eleotrio light on theoornerof ^Walnut and Third, whioh swings olear of all buildings, is strong enough to oast shadow at Fifth street, two blooks away. A.t Qoodriob & Mathews' real estate offije experiments are being made on the effeot of artesian water on gold fish. Thus far they are eminently satisfactory. The fish are getting fat. The street sprinkler has not been favored with a shower for two or three days and life is beooming a monotony to him. But he holds the dust down iu good shape, Farmers renowned for their veraoity allege that orops of all sorts are all right and that prospeota for a bountiful harvest are iio excellent that ac ordr nary ocourrenoe can prevent full returns Yankton's gun club contemplates rubbing the rust off its praotice with an intention to shoot something on the 4th of Jaly. Two members of the olab have designs on the barrel of powder offered as a prise at Mitbbell. Asel Kjres has jast returned from New York, where he attended tbe opening of bids for the annual installment o! Indian supplies. Mr. Kyee secured enough oootraots to keep him busy daring the ooming year, and that wosall he wanted. A telegram received this afternoon by E Hudson Irom L. E. Oovalier, dated to-day at St, Joe, Missouri, says: O. H. Bohn, insitne. arrived at Omaha, but escaped yestnrday and is still at large. I have informed Mrs. Bohn, who is here." The big race for the championship and two hundred dollars in money end a three hundred dollar "hose cart was to oome off at Hurou this afternoon. Yank ton is looking to the possibility of win ning this prize. If no accidents occur our team is good for it. A Yankton member of the Watertown committee appointed to formulate charges against Governor Ohuroh soys nothing has been done and the move ment seems to be strioken with general debiliiy. When the wioked rule there's no use kicking against the prioks. A decided ohange has taken place in the river ohannel at tbe point where it was eating so voraciously into the bot tom land jnst below Yankton. The channel has shifted tothe Nebraska side and there are symptoms of a bar in front of the endangered point. Bivtr men are of the opinion thut the change is per manent. Yankton democrats are not hilarious over the 8t. Louis convention. Con trary wise, they are somewhat glum, like men wbo feel that coming events oast their shadows before and that there is liable to be a oold day in November as well as in Dakota. The way Cleveland endorsed Chuich is rather debilitating to loyal Dakotaians. Bootlacd's hook and ladder oompany reaohed Yankton last night from the Huron tournament and departed for borne to-day. The Scotland boys did not participate in the tournament exer cises, being present only as spectators. They report the Yankton team about tbe best in the Huron gathering. This is a disinterested opinion and one whtoh coincides with home sentiments. The oity is oocstrnoting some eleyated sidewalk approaches to the Burleigh street Iibine bridge wbioh will prove a oontinual joy to tbe pedestrian. Tbe location requires a long stretoh of side walk upon stilts. After these[straotures are completed the roadway will be widened by filling in olose up to the walks. Then the Burleigh street cross ing will be a safe, commodious and com fortable thoroughfare. Commodore Koantz, of Allegheny Oity who is now in Yankton, is so much interested in tbe street railway projeot that he is willing to put up consider able capital in its behalf. The oommo dore was for many years manager and ohitf owner of tbe Allegheny City street railway and still has a hundred thous and dollars in the plant. As a praotioal railroad man his interest in the pro jeot is encouraging. The oommodore is also desirous of participating in the sinking of an experimental hole 2,400 feet,deep, to ascertain what is under us, and says he will take a quarter interest in the project, ttooh a hole is oettain to tap artesian water and is liable to en oounter ooal, salt, oil and gas. He says a hole four inohes in diameter, of the proposed depth, oan be made for 32,500. It would be an interesting and probably profitable experiment and as suoh is worthy of encouragement. Wanted—500 aores breaking Enquire at Mortgage bank. to do Wanted—To trade for a good farm. J. E. Bennett. sale rubber Don't J. C. Mormann bas for hose, brass noezelB acd fittings, forget that. Fresh Lettuce at Pobteb's. Bermnda onions at Cabnet'b. on Heal Money to Loan Estate, Oity and County. G. W. ROBERTS. Notice. To whom it may oonoern: The ordi nance requiring all dogs owned within the oity limits to be muzzled daring the months of June, July and August, also to be registered, will be striotly enforced on and after June 10th. Patbiok Bkeknan, Oity Marshal. Fine Apples at Pobtbb's. Furnished Boom Wanted. A furnished room wanted by a lady. In the vioinity of upper Third street preferred. Apply at this office. FOB DYSPEPSIA and Liver Com plaint, you have a printed cuarantee on every bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails to cure Bold by K. M.Ward, dru£(?ist. For Sale—One good driving horse, one gold watob, one bedroom suite, three pieoes, marble top, dresser and oommode, The above are offered for sale on long time and easy cash payments. Frank Loveill,201 Third St. W. THE BEV. GEO. H. THAYEB, of Boston, Ind., says: "roth myself and Wife owe our lives to SHILOH'S CONSDP TION CUBE." Short Haud, Type Writing and Telegraph by the term or coarse at the Gcmmerclal College. "HACKMETAOK." a lOBung and fra grant perfume. Price 26 and 50 cents. Sold by B. M. Ward druggist. Watches, diamonds, silver goods and spectacles, at the Jewelry store ol |H. G. CLARK & CO., Yflnlfton, D. T. -i SHILOH'SOUBE will immediately re lieve Croup, Whooping Oough and Bron chltio. 8old by K, M. Ward, druggibi. For Sale. 1 have a full Clydesdale horse of rioh ouior and fine bone, old enough for service this year, will sell him oheap. He was sired by Standard, owned by T. Brooks, of Ohio, will grow to be eighteen hundred (1800) pounds. Enquire at my plaoe, Turkey oretk farm, Volins Siding, Yankton oounty, cr look box 837, Yankton, D. T. -1 OW"*®' „i -v-fc v/ ALUMNI REUNI N. Eleventh Anneal 4.atbcrliiK of the Fast Uradnates of ViinUton Ulgh SokooL. Tbe eleventh annual reunion of tbe alumni association of the Yankton high school oocurrod at W. B. Valentine's spaoious 5th street residence last even ing. Tbe evening, though warmt was rendered very comfortable by the south breezes. The large houBe was thronged with active and honorary members of the asBOointion and the hours flitted by almost unnoticed by the oompany, so oompletely were they engrossed in the speoial order of things. At a time when a loll in the conversation gave an op portunity President Qnstave Weuzlaff oalled the association to order and the business portion of the entertainment was quiokly transacted. The roll was oalled, minutes of the last meeting read and approved and offioors for the ensu ing year eleoted. '1 he election resulted in tbe elevation of Miss Qraoe Hand, of '85, to the presi dent's obair, Miss Maria MoVay, of '88, was obosen vioe presidant and Miss Mattie Smith, of '80, Beoretary. An adjournment was then taken and the guests repaired to the dining room, where a delioious lunoh awaited them. After lunoh another hour of con versation was enjoyed, and before mid night the annual meeting was over. The alnmni association of the Yankton high sobool comprises all the graduates from that school sinoe 1877. Among the list formed below, will be noticed names of people who are removed from Yank ton and cannot meet with tbe alumni. Many are married, and household cares demand their attention, while to the ot'oeri", school days are like dreamB. Oat of the sixty-four graduates of the Yankton high school sixty-three are alive while one (Miss Luoy Gilobrist) sleeps on the hillside north of this oity. In the meeting last night, this faot was alluded to with muoh feeling. Here follows the list ol the.al.umni of the Yankton high sc'kool: Helen Moody, olass of '77. W. H. Sanborn, class of '77. Horaoe W, Sheldon, olass of '77. Eliza Edmunds, olass of '78. Anca E. Hoyt, olass of '78. Mamie E. Coughlin. olass of '70. Carrie E. Lawrence, olass of '79, Mary A. Lawrence, olass of '79. Andrew J. Faulk, olass of '79. Carlton H. Hand, olass of '79. Lawrenoe Olson, class of '79, Ella Dewey, olass of '80. Lillian Fuller, olass of '80. Sarah Hammon, olass of 'SO. Ida M. Hoyt, olass of '80. Anna L. Lynoh, class of '80. Louisa A. Mo In tyre, olass of '80. Mary J. Biohardson, olass of'80. Emma B. Seoombe, olass of '80. Harriet M. Seoombe, olass of '80. Martha J. Smith, class of '80. Kate Saunders, olass of '80. Sue H. West, olass of '80. Jessie W. Poore, class of '81. Franz Nelson, olaes of '81. Stephen A. Douglas, olaes of '81. Lulu M. Etter, olass of '82. Lillie M. Biohardson, olass of '82. Emma E. Smith, class of '82. Bertba Morrow, olasB of '83. Julia Kountz, class of '82. Nettie Van Tassel, olass of '82, Josephine Todd, olaBS of '82. Maud B. Tripp, olass of '82, James C. Moody, olasB of '82. May Beadle, class of '83. Luoy Gilchrist, olass of '84. Mary E. iioyt, olaBs of '84. Ella M. Martin, olass of *84. Oustavus G. Wenzlaff, olass of '84. Nellie F. Barns, olass of '85. William Bruoe, olass of '85, Helan V. Carrier, class of '85. Libbie H. Edwards, olass of '85. Graoe A. Hand, olass of '85. Mattie Hinman, olass of '85. Bose Mattbiessen, olass of *85. Jennie Murphy, olass of '85. Cheney Gross, olass of '8G. Olive Pierson, olass of '86. Eleanor Swift, olass of '86. Bobt. Cox, olass of '87, Lalu Hand, olass of '87. Mary MoVay, olass of '87. Martha MoVay, olass of '87. Bath Swift, olass of '87. Ann Wenzlaff, olass of '87. Maria MoVay, olass of '88. Beulah Mattbiessen, olass of '88. Kate Stewart, olass of '88. Mary Noonan, olass of'88. Corrinne Bruoe, olass of '88. Sittie Martin, class of '88. Dean Gross, olass of '88. Lost—An enameled Bilver daisy breast pin, with gold Obnter. Either on Fifth or Third streets, or between these streets. Tbe fiader will be suitably re warded by leaving the same at this offioe. Maplo seeds for sale. Apply to. Chas. Kinqbbcby. BadiBhes and Onions at Pobteb's. Fanoy baskets for out flowers for sale Carney's. Tintypes at WULPI'8 Gallery. Wanted—An expenenoed girl. Ap ply to Mbs. Geo. B. Soouoal, College H»i- Hardwood obarooal for sale at J. C. Mobmann'b. Blaok Hills eyegreaue, spruoe and minor tame plum trees for sale by S. C. Faboo. Gayville Dakota. 10,000—Diamond willow fenoe postal for sale. Apply to J. Fklbkb. Wanted C*st Iron. Old oast iron at tbe foundry. Walnut street. Otdere for out flowers for oommenoe ment exercises in June can be left with Cabhkt, the Grocer. An excellent and elegant line of furni ture, picture frames anrt Carpets at v. Banbobw Son's. AnnoaneemeaC. Dr. Miller, the dentist, has formed a partnership with Dr. J. S. Ketner, of Philadelphia. Ou of the firm will visit ill suburban "k,V t)wne. I)r, Ketner, 1b a graduate of tbe Pailadelphia dental college and im pre pared to preform all dential operations by tbe latext mett.ods. THE FIRE BOYS. Arrangements Hide to Receive the Victtirlous Team on its Itoturn from Huron To-morrow Xiglit. Yankton's hose team, the Fountain Oity, which went to tbe firemen's tournament at Huron to parlioipate and compete for prizes, has been very sno oessfal. Up to last night it had oaptured four prizes, namely: First and seoond prizes—by Higbeti and Fox—for single man's hose ooupling contest, in whioh both beat the world's reoord, FirBt prize—tbe Pollack prize, coup ling and nozzle worth $40—in tbe wet oontest Seoond prize—$50—in the 300 yard running raoe. Bat for a miss in tbe oouplingthe Yankton team would have had first plaoe in this raoe. As it wus Mitohell was six and a third seoonds ahead. These suocesseB have induoed the members of the fire department to pre pare for a reoeption and last evening a meeting was held at the firemen's as sembly room in the oity bail at whioh arrangements were made to entertain the boys on their arrival on the 6:30 North western train to-morrow evening. The meeting seleoted James Kings bury, Frank linert, Qeorge Hubson, J. T, Coxhead and Louis Gust as a oom mitiee on arrangements. The department will meet the team at the depot headed by the oornet band, and esoort tbem to Turner hall, where a banquet will be served. A few speeches will be in order. Alderman Soougal will congratulate the victorious fireman (in the absenoe of tbe mayor) in behalf of the oity oounoil and President Ziebaoh will extend con gratulations in behalf of the board of trade. A general participation by citi zens is invited. THE FOBMAIi PROCEEDINGS of last evening's meeting are given in the following report, by J. L. Norris, Beoretary of tbe meeting: At the fire department meeting held in their quarters last night, It was de oided to tender our running team to the tournament at Huron, on their arrival in this oity, on Saturday at 6 p. m., a cordial reoeption. The fire department will meet at their quarters in the 6ity hail in uniform and then, headed by tbe band, will maroh to the O. & N. W., depot. Citizens in general are invited to par ticipate. A banquet at tbe Turner ball will be one of the features of the reoep tion. The many laurels our boys have olothed themselves with at the present tournament we will only mention here the world's ohampionBbip for hose coup ling, whioh was won by two of our boys at tbe present tournament, whioh should be enough reason, if not any thing more for a general turn oat to weloome our heroes. £'t£HSO\Al,. L.E. Cavalier left yesterday for Kan sas Oity. Jaok Morrison, of Vermillion, is regis tered at the MorriBon. W. S. Soougal and Miss Wilson went down to Vermillion tG-day. A. B. Bowly and O. A, Weaver repre sented Sioux City in Yankton to-day. O. F. anl F. H. Lynn, of Bridge*Ater, Dabota, are registered at theMerohants. George W. Kingsbury, jr., went down to Vermillion to day to remain two days, T. H, Ayers, of the Vermillion Plain Talk, was in town to-day between tralnB. J. M. T. Pieroe has been taking in the sports at Le Mars this week and will be home to-night. Mayor Teller is absent on an eastern trip, taking in Chicago, Cleveland, New York and other oities. Colonel Gale is in teffs to-day orna mented overhead with a red bandana and exhibiting other democratic symp toms. E. A. Edwards and wife name up from Sionz Oitj last night and to-day Mr. Ed words went out on the Northwestern to Volin. H. H. Bidd, of Lodi, an old time fre, quent visitor, was in Yankton last night —the first time in five years. Mr. Budd has reoentiy returned to Lodi from Call, liope and will rebuild his mill there. William Youngwortb, Abel Stafford, Frank Vasola, J. A, Ganving, J, V. Tiebel, A. D. Ardery, Frank Tonrk, H. W. Truesdell, John Shalnowotb, D. W. Comstook and John Voyland, of tbe Scotland fire department, were at the Merchants over night. Girl Wanted—Mrs. C. J. dressmaker, on Cedar street, Third and Fourth. Fresh strawberries and bananas at Bakxb & Ebskinb's. ABE YOU MADE miserable by Indiges tion, Constipation, Dizziness, Lobs of Ap petite. Yellow Skin Shiloh's Vitalizer is a positive oure. Sold by B. M. Ward, druggist. Notice. Whereas the interests of the oounty of Yankton demand that there should be a speoial meeting of the board of oounty commissioners witbin and for the said county of Yankton, Dakota territory, for tbe ^purpose hereafter mentioned Now tberefoie a speoial meeting of said board of oounty commissioners is hereby oalled, to be held at the offioe of tbe auditor of said«ounty of Yankton at the oourt house in the oity of Yankton ooun ty of Yankton D. T., on Wednesday the 13th day of June, 1888 at 1 o'olook p. m., of that day for tbe purpoM of appoint ing a supervisor for road distriot No. township 94, range 50, (said distriot ln oludes all of township 94, range 55, east of James river) Yankton, D.T., June 7th, 1888. Cebistian Haqe, Co.,Auditor/ Yankton Co., D, T. A NASAL INJECTOR free with each bottle o( Shiioh Catarrh fiemedy. Price 60 oenta. Sold by B. M. Ward, druggist. Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul Kail way Co. Ge oral Passenger Department Milwaukee, Wis., May 15, 1888—To Agents: The following arrangements for rednend rates have been made: National Democratic Presi dential Nominating Convention at St. Louis, June 5th. Ono regular first olass fare for the roHnd trip. Sell June 2d to 5tb, inclusive. Beturn ooapons will be good Jane 6th to 11th, inolasive. Kat tonal Republican Presi dential Nominating Convention at Chicago, June 19th. One regular first olass faro for the round trip. Sell June 16th to 19tb, inolasive. Make return ooupons good until June 25th. North American Saenger Bund Biennial fc'est.val at St. Louis. June 13th-16. One regular first olass fare for the round trip. Sell June 11th to 14, inolasive. Beturn ooupons will be gocd until Jane 19t-h. Biennial Session of Supreme Lodge Knignts of Pythias at Cincinnati, June 12-16. One regular first olass fare for the round trip. Sell June 8th to 11th, inolusive. Be turn ooupons will be gocd June 15th to 19th, inolasive. For tho above gatherings held off the line of this road ooapon agents will be supplied with spooial tickets. Non oonpon agents will be tarnished (he same on application. Notify newspapers in yonr vioinity of these sales as an item of news. A. V. H. Caju'enteb, Gen'l Pass, and Tioket Agent. Read This! For the finest smoked meats, including hams, baoon, shoul ders, cured at home and in the best style, oall at the Broadway meat market. Also the finest fresh meats and fowls, and lard in oans, pails and bulk The best plaoe to buy goods for yourself and presents for yonr friends is at Balph M. Ward's, 217 WGat FOBL1WYEB9, Herrick, between JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. PBOBATE JUDGES CLERKS OF COUBT 101 Stibb Sc Febdinanb, Something Worth Heading. Third street, Yankton, Dak, There you will find a fine assortment of lamps, dinner and tea sets, glassware, fanoy cups and saucers, vases and a large Vina of toys. jfe. S.Ji. ~rL HO. To nil wlm :irr r.i.n.irtng from en-oii i,a ii'llaerotlona of ynuth, nrrvoup woukiieaa, ouriy lewiy, lossot nmnhood, (to., win aoud a rsciix lint will euro you, FREE OP CHARGE. ThUgreai 1-cmody was (Uncovered by a missionary In Houih America. Send a self-addressed ocvelope to the BEV. Jo«z?H T. XNKAM, Statin D, Sot Tvrh Oity, JJAKOTA X.KGAI, BLANKS. PRESS AND DAKOTA'AN LIST: U. S, COMMISSIONERS MINEBS SHEBIFFS SB, toroisff NOTABIES PUBLIC OONVEYANCEBS. U. S. Land Offioe Blanks. MP Catalogue furnished en ippIieiUon Address BOWKN & KlNGBBDKlf, Yankton, Dakota. MO. RIVER STAGE COMPANY Mail, Passenger and Express. from Armonr to Fort Bandatl, via Grand YUw Andes Lake. Yankton Aoenoy and White Bwan. I.*4™ Armour all 13 m. (tally, exoept Sun day's tor »ort BandaU and Intermedin* points, arrivinsat Fort Bandall at8:10. Leave Fort Bandall at«UI0 a. m. and arrive at Armonr at 12 o'oloCK. Third Street, ^venus 3BD OOAOH- Oomfort, B*ec« uA Btautty To Its patrens. W™' SO* Proprietors HAVING LEASED Mra. SweareDRen's Honae, Qardea and Orchard, Wal&nt G^rove 2 milee norlb ol the oily, I have for sale Syitaga or Mock Orange, Snow ball, Hprea, Flowering' Almond in variety, tiosea, Climbers And Bedden, Honeysuckles, .Boston Ivy, Woodbine, &c. &c. Shade and Ornamental Trees In Variety. FBU1T. Apple, Cherry, Plum, Straw* berry, Raspberry, Comprising the Outbbert, Turner and Bliwfc. cap, Currants, Bed, White and oaq Black. Gooseberry, fihubarb or Parties drslrioos of havine their oemetary lots planted to Shrubs and Flowers, and eared for dorina the current year, Apply to W.<p></p>J5& T. Hie AD, Box 6oo loetomoe, Yaaktuu w*,nnt Qro"- --j. it •r- PriU:llCal Your old suit in tho dark recesses of a lonely cave. Drop a tear of regret for the worn-out friend once loved. and plant a daffodil over the grave. Then scamper to— K-A-H N S MAMMOTH CLOTHING HOUSE, with a few dollars in your fist, and buy a new outfit for yourself & boys. Commanders-in-Chief of the Leading Clothing Business in Yankton, Yankton, Dakota. E. P. Wilcox, President. A. 11. WILCOX, Secretary John Bkemneu, Treasurer. American Mortgage Company, Negotiates Loans on Improved Farms in Southern Dakota and Northern Nebraska, and on productive Real Estate in Yankton. Buys and sells School Bonds and other Municipal Securities. Can offer the most safe and profitable forms of in vesting money. Interest and prin cipal collected and remitted to investors free of charge. ^"^•CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.iiii' Walnut St., First Nat'l, Bank building, ,l YANKTON DAKOTA 160 acres 5 miles from Yankton, •160 acres 6 miles from Yankton, 160 acres miles from Yankton. 160 acres miles from Yankton. 203 acres 4 miles from Yankton. 160 acres 2£miles from Yankton.x Will Exchange the above land tot City Property. Money to Loan at Low Rate of Interest. FURNITURE PIKE & TAYLOR. 308 WK3T Pie Plant Boots, &c. A number ot BpeoiaiitUa will b« adTMtiatd Handlers of New and Second •ixKUr. lland Furniture and Baby MORTGAGE BANK. FiTCHBima, MASS., National Hot Water Heater Co., 191, Fort Hill Square Boston^' ralre 40 e*Pres8 to y°u pence ?hr0u^0ut the No-1], e,ntir9 in U- obtained is not oppressive it is like the warmth of summer and in 8team ^,ch Yankton Heating and Plumbing Co. General Agents for Dakota. MUNROE & MUNJEIOE. WALL PAPER STORE. THIRD STREET. Carriages. Upholatering anil Kepairiog done neatly, qoiokly and at nasoRable prioea. paid tor Baeood Band Qooda. VI'. 1, -'Jf* 'IP satisfection which the purchased in December last, has extreme and In mild Weather, and very pleasant. The heat 1 d&ny Your claim of economy will be fully sustained the two and one-half tons of coal which I put m, January 1st, wiU, I am confident carry me through the season. wuuwuw uwxy The Heater is attracting attention here and will, I think secura you numerous sales. Very Respectfully, O.A. HUBBELL. experience at the office. Hanser* and Decorator^ House, Sign and Carriage Painters. MUSICAL. YANKTON COLLEGE CONSERVATORY k0F 3 -4* ft-4 v. *. v* j, '"la'7P®( --aw 1 & Yankton, Dakota. March 23,1888. S "3k *4 4.r 1 ifp *»^s MUSIC. I^oain/oioe On'tore. Piaa* and Orsaq *nd OODWrKBtWi Vor vttrticnlara addr«M.i lovm, SOWABO M. Dinette. at reaaooabla rataa. Appiy to oosucxIbiobbx*aitoeB.