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ITT ANTED-A sale* lady at
»t stole, Mrs. Lyon's oid stand
\\TAATED—A good Scandinavian girl for
bomewotk. i*ood wages. Apply to
MKb. AUGUST NYBEttO
for Rent'
g^OBBKNT—Two uufnrniahcd front roornsl
Jt gu for any pnrpoae over 0»x, Odiorne &
OO'B. store. Third street.
^UaNIBHEDKOOMS FOBRENT—Ka-tnide I
«F of Douglas Avenue, two doors from oorner
of Fourth street.
tfOU KENT—1
he building formerly occupied I
as United States land mce on i/ouglas ave
nue. Enquire of Mrs. Wetter on Walnut street,
first door north of Dr. titter's,
BOOMHTOBENT--'JThree
FOB BM.K OK BENT—A second
na&d piano for &alc or rent. Enqaire of
K. J. GAMBLE,
I*OB
RALE OB RBNT—A comfortable 8 room
riwe-iing house, oorner of Dpu^las avenue
and 8lh street. Enquire of
|i*OB SALE—960 acres tine farming or grating
land, live miles from Volins station where
the great coal discovery has jast been made.
All at a bargain if taken at onoe. Address
FOB
Commission Merchant
Member of Chicago Board of
Xrade and C. B. of T. Stock
Exchange
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
^^"Bftoeivea Consignments and Buys an
Hells for Future Delivery. Address
j—
A competent girl for general
house worit. Apply at new millinery.
Jlrf. Ljon'sold 8t»nd«
millinery I
Oorner 6th and ALul berry 8ts«
\\7ANTED—A girl to do general housework. I
Enquire at the Prema A Dakotaian ofhce.
line ear ring. Apply to l«aac Waterbury,
ac PUPB boot ana shoe store.
unfurnished rooms
preferred
and hall to rent. Small family
Good well and cistern on premireB. Apply at
residence on Fourth street* between Green and
Locust. MBB.K, J. ANDERSON.
Vor 8tU«
PIANO
A. B. BOWLEY. Sioux City, la.
SiLB—Four hundred acres fino farm
land about three miles southwest of Bly-
vil'e, Nebraska,
Apply to
will be sold low for cash.
MoKlNNEY & SGOUQAXi,
Yankton, D. T.
L^OB SALE— I have A line full blooded Olyds
d*le Horse Oolt 3 years old this ppring,
br by Hon. J. T. Biooks of Salem, Ohio,
th*t I wili sell cheap for cash or on lime or
will exchange for cattle. Write Look box 337,
Yankton, D. T., or JOHN COULSON.
Stockholders Meeting.
NOTICEthehereby
is given that on the 19th inst,
b'jing 3rd, Tuesday in the month, the
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Yankton fire insurance company will be held
at th office of ths company at 7:30 m., day
and duto aforesaid, for the ele-.aiou of a board
of direct rs for be ensuing year and for the
transaction of such other legdl business as may
como before ate meeting. Stock books aie|
closed pendui^thc eleotion. March 1st, 1889*
E. E. HUDSON, Asst. Becty.
Dissolution of Partnership,
rpHtt partnership hitherto existing between!
the undersigned doing business under the
firm ntme of Cox, Odiorne & Oo„ is thin day 1
ditwlred by mutual oonnent. E. A.. Odiorne
rearing. All amount* due t5e firm are payable
to E. A. Odiorne. All liabilities will be as
sumed by the remaining partner.
O. J. B. HAK.KI8,
817 Boyal Insurance Building, Ohioaeo, 111'
Yankton Omnibus
AND
TRANSFER LINE.
li RAROIN, Proprietor.
Buses to and from parties* the theatre,
etc. will eceive special attention,
tSF" Leave Orders at Merchants Hotel for
Passengers or Baggage.
TELEPHONE No. 25.
John Lang,
Artistic Painter
AND DEOOKATOB.
THB
latest
deocratioa,
7
4
and flnstft designs in i&terto
dftihop Mo. 419 on Oapitol
Sl.» between and Fifth stjeete. lank
nn.
inpH LAHO.
Merchants Hotel
Oorner of Broadway and Third Street?*
Yankton.
H. F. JFHCK8, Proprietor.
FiiMt clans in every respect. The best of ac
commodations for Commercial Travelers and
the public in venerai.
DR. C. R. ELLIS,
Veterinary Burgeon
-^/Dentist.
YANKTON...,
and
..DAKOTA.
J.W. THI&LEB,
Attorney at
YANKTON
Law,
ni l* In tatoOu UNI
.JDAKV1A.
§?«$$ anil §aHotaiaa
jjT.i&£TON. 8. 1\, MARCH 15, 18E9.
TQfi WBATHKB.
OOAL OB8K&.YAVXOH8—9AXVH OH 77 TH VSBK*
DIAH TIM*—KL*VATIOK 1214 FBXT ABQVS
BKA LBVKL.
War Department, Division of Telegrams, for the
benefit of Oommeroe and Agrioaltar*.
Jlgnal Service D. 8. A., Yankton, March 15, *89.
Time.
Ifei'day ,7 rOOp.m
To-day. 7:U0*.m.
29 80
Max. i'bermometer 29
Mill. Thermometer Id.
•Denote** trace of rain fall*
•Below zero.
Below Zero.
H. E. BDELL.
MARIHV OOX,
E. A. ODIOBNd.
Yankton, D.T.. January 10.1889.
.Dissolution Notice.
Yankton, D. March 1,1889.
"VTOTICE is hereby giv^Q that the partnership!
J-- hitherto existing l«ctweea the undersigned
under the firm u~.me of Baker & Ersbine, is
tb'B day dissolved by mu ual nsent. By
agreement betwei the undersigned all liabilU!
ties of the firm are aisuoued by John O. Baker
who will carry on the businenH under hU own
name. Ail debts due the firm must bo paid to
the sai4 John O Baker, and promptness is re
quested in suoh settlement.
J. E. EESKINK,
JOHN 0. UAKSB
G. J. B. HARRIS
(Of Yankton, Dakota.)
I Ol'dy
I Snow
O. N. 03WKLL, Sergeant.
AT VARIOUS POINTS.
Yankton Signal Htatiom, March 15—Be porta
have been received to-day
northwest signal stations:
...por.
follows from
$
.a
PLACE. 0
1
A
S
IS T3
a
2D 72 4 A Ol'dy
SIBMAROK 80.08 Olear
Bofcrd 80.(4 2 Fair.
Snron 29 00 14 nw Ol'dy
Solena 29 62 12 RW ffair.
29 86 18 nw Snow
WELLS & LAN SIMON
The Stationers.
DAILY BULLETIN
We have in the finest
line of BABY CARRI
AGES ever shown in
Yankton and at prioes
that will surprise you.
l/lll'l fi VA.VUH ivm
To-day'b snow (all is worth aotold
some in bard cash to this section. Most
of the wheat is in and the snow will wet
it down.
Kamember to go to the oitiz^nB' meet
ing to-night at the oity ball at 8 o'alook
to make arrangements (or the firemen's
toarnament. Everybody should go.
At water & Oo. have opened a real
estate office in the Third street bailding
formerly oooopied by Drs. Buchanan,
who have moved their office to the oorner
of Fourth and Walnat,
Himael Phelps Lelsnl entertained a
good aadienoe at Tamer hall last eve'
ning with a leotnre entitled "Faotors o(
Life." Mr. Lelanil spoke with hia asnal
power and effeotiveaess and was listened
to with olose attention.
Mrs. Tetters, a lad? seventy years old
whose home waa north of the insane asy
lum, died yesterday in the seventieth
year of her age. The fnneral will be
held at two to-morrow afternoon, Rev.
D. a. Niohols offioiating.
The demooratio oity committee met
to-day aDd elected J. O. Mormann mem
ber of the first ward, in place ot E. M.
O'Brien, and Frank Zienert member of
the third ward in plaoeof
Geo.
Hoffman,
The eommitlee took a recess nntil to
morrow afternoon at 2 p. m., at the oity
hall. All demoorats are invited to meet
with them at that time.
General Oimpbell, who went to
Tyndall to defend I{)T. O. M. Arthur,
the Methoiist minister at SpriBgfield,
and sis others ander oharge of oonspiraoy
to murder, says the preliminary examina
on lasted six days and in the end the
defendants were acquitted. This is a
oase which was instituted after a failure
to bold Mr. Arthur here in Yankton on a
obarge of abducting Amy Haines.
As soon as the weather settles the
Yankton & Norfolk railroad oompany
will pat its engineers in the field to make
the final survey and oross-seotion the
line (or the graders. The engineer corps
has sts field outfit ready, but nothing
can be gained in print o. time by enter
ing npon the work at this season of the
year when storms are almost certain to
prevail. With good weather the engin
eering work oan be rapidly oompleted.
A public meeting to oonfer with the
Sioux Falls committee and take steps
te expedite the extension of the Mani
toba to Yankton is reoommended by
many publio spirited citizens. Bnoh a
meeting conld be oalled under the aos
pioes of the.board of trade or under the
auspices of any citizen or aggregation of
oitlzans. The main objeot is to get the
people together and bring them faos to
face with the representatives of Sioax
Falls for a business talk.
Major E. M. O'Brien has made a start*
lina discovery. For a couple of yean he
has supposed himself a member of the
governor's military staff,, bnt be now
ascertains after the pomp and oiroum
stflnoe of enoampments are over that be
was on the brigade general's staff. If
he bad known this when riding in the
glittering pageant with Nelly Gale be
would have shifted over to bis own.
This discovery does not knook Major
O'Brien out of the real estate market
He is etill there with his asnal bargains.
£lMtlc System or Mhorthand.
Call this week and make arrangements
to begin with a olass on Monday, Marob
18tb. Three sessions each day. at rooms
lover Boston.
EXIT GALE.
The Tables Turned on the
Fluffy Canton Schemer.
An Injunction from the Court Inter
rupts his Speou'ation.
He Didn't Organlzi His Board
uud Di n't Accept the
WiugB.
Iq an effort l»A something for their
acn protection the nnmerouB creditors
of Mr. Psttoe, insBoo hospital contractor,
have finally reaorted to ir junction pro
ceedings, upon the advice of attorneys.
Tbey can therebv at least delay mitteis
until the situation at the hospital oan
be esquired into and ohanges made
wbioh will give the viotims of the Gale
Pattee ormbination a better show for
jaatice. In pursunnce of the plan to
enjoin the aooeptanoe of the unfinished
wings, which would transfer the laBt
payment of money into the hands of
Gale, District Attorney Frenoh yester
day made out the papers in an injunction
proceeding and took them to Olivet,
where Judge Tripp is holding court.
The judge promptly signed en order
restraining Gale and his aepooiates Irom
aooepting the wings and citing them to
appear next Thursday to show oanse
why an injunction should not hold
against them.
The oomplaint of Distriot Attorney
Frenoh spsoifies that the wiogs are not
oompleted aooordanoe with the terms
and conditions of the oontract—that the
work and material are not in aooordanoe
with tbe terms of the oontraot, but are
in every way inferior—that the wings are
unfit for ihe tisse intended and danger
ous to the inmates—that all payments
have been made exoepting the final pay
ment. The complaint further bpeoifles
that the defendants intend to aooept the
wings and oertify the completion of the
building and authoiizs the payment ot
the balsnoe due the contractor. That
suoh aooeptanoe and payment would be
a fraud upon the territory and an illegal
and unwarranted waste of publio money,
&o. It is speoified in the oomplaint that
the alleged new board of trustees had
not qualified as trustees, but proposed to
act as Bnch and the plaintiff, having no
adequate remedy at law in the premises,
asked that the defendants be enjoined
from aooepting the wings to the hospital
and be cited to appear and show cause
why tbey should not be restrained from
taking the contemplated aotion.
The oomplaint is supported by affi
davits f-oai B. Frenoh, John Ling
and Ephriam Miner.
Whereupon the oourt issued the fol
lowing restraining order:
THE BOABD ENJOINED.
Territory of Dakota, tteooud Judicial
District, ss. in the District Court in
and for Yankton County. Territory oi
Dakota in the relation of L. B. Frenoh,
district attorney, in and for the subdivi
sion and oounty of Yankton, plaintiff,
vs. F. A G»le, G. W. Palmer and Otto
Peemiller, defendants —And now this
14th day of Marob, 1889, it satisfactorily
appearing to
ma
JfefPiiS
Thousands «f Dollar*
are spent every year by the people ot
this state for worthless medicines for the
oure of throat and long disease, when we
know that if they would only invest $1
in SANTA-ABIE, the new California dis
covery for oonsnmption and kindred
oomplamts, tbey wonld in this pleasant
remedy find relief. It is recommended
by ministers, physioians and pnblio
speakers of the Qolden 8tata. Sold and
euoranteed by Ralph M. Ward at $1 a
bottle. Three for $2 60.
The most stobborn ease of oatarrh will
speedily sueoumb to OALIFOBNIA OAT-B
Otnaa. Six months' treatment for $1. By
mail $
1.10.
MRS. AD WfllSLEB.
Yankton's leading milliner, is dow in
Chicago, spending a veek among the
latrst importations of spring millinery,
I in the interest other nnmerons pat roup.
RaifOJlfu.ly Mas, A. WHIBABB.
Irom ttie foregoing com­
plaint and affidavits submitttd by said
plaintiff, that oause for isBumg the order
of injunction prayed for exiatB, it is or
dered that Baid defendants and each of
them show oanse before me at my oham
bers in the oity of Yankton, territory
Dakota, on the 21st day of March. 1889,
at.ten o'olook a. m„ of that day, why nn
order of inlunotion should cot issue res
training Baid defendants and each of them,
their agents and servants, from tooept
ing sftid wiDfS, or either of them, and
from authorizing the payment of the
balance of the money appropriated for
the erection and construction of said
wings to J. B. Pattee, said contractor, or
to any one for him. And it is further or
dered that in the meantime, and until th.
farther order of this court, defendants,
and each of them, their agents and ser
vants, be and they are hereby absolutely
restrained from taking any steps what
ever.toward aooepting the said wings
and buildings, or either of them, and
from authorizing the payment to said J.
B.
Pattee, or any one for him, of any
part of the balance of the moneys ap
propriated by the said aot of the legisla
tive assembly for the erection and con
struction of said wings to said hospital
for the insane.
B\BTI/ETT TRIPP, Judge.
Matoh 14, 1889.
THE SHERIFFS BETUBN.
Territory of Dakota, County of Yank
ton, ss. I.Frank Wyman, sheriff of
Yankton oounty, Ditsota territory, do
hereby irtify that I served the written
order of injunction upon the withiu
named defendants, F. A. Gale. G. W,
Palmer and Otto Peemiller, by deliver
ing to and leaving with them and each
of tbem true and oorreot copies of said
order and exhibiting to them »nd each
of them the original order of injunction
with the signature of the judge attaohed
thereto, at the county of Yankton ana
territory oi Dakota.
FBANK WTMAN.
Sheriff of Yankton oounty.
SERVICE OF PAPBB8.
The foregoing injanotion order WM
set red npon Trustees Peemiller and
Palmer yesterday afternoon by Sheriff
Wyman. Mr. Peemiller qualified early
so the papers oould be served, being in
sympathy with the move. Mr. Palmer
was found at the asylum. He appeared
to be maoh bewilderel and osk-d the
sheriff what it all meant. The sheriff
told him he had nothing to do with the
merits of the oase—he was directed to
serve the papers and had performed his
duty. "Things seem to be badly mixed
up here," said Mr. Palmer, "and I don't
want anything to do with them." Mr
Palmer is a only a day old trustee. He
tumbles quick. Gale will hardly be able
to oke him.
Laet evening Mr. Oale arrived on the
6:30 North western train. He had been
to Kingsbary oounty after Mr. Keller
another new fledged trustee and the
missing link ia the combination. As
Mr. Oale stepped apon the depot plat
form, with Mr. Keller in tow, the sheriff
prodded his cheek and caused him to
tarn in the direotion of the injanotion
document. He was shown the signature
of the jadge npon the
original iooament and was
honored with a oopy of the entire res
training order. Mr. Gale said, "all
right" and took his sent in the hospital
tcf fit
wsftoa and was driven rapidly to the
hospital. There be peruaed the order
from the court and then sank down into
hia boots to refleot. Evidently it seemed
best to him to obey the order. He de
parted this morning for Canton without
consummating his Dnrpose. Mr. Keller
went BIBO, and Mr. Palmer. There is
nothing leftinow of the board but Mr.
Peemiller and the injanotion.
UNPAID 1ULU3.
A partial list of the i.rpaid accounts
of the oontraotor will enable the reader
to reaoh the oonolusion that this is an
affair of some magnitude and worth
fighting ior. As near as oau be ascer
tained Contractor P&ttee owes—
K. Hykes & Co,. Minneapolis, for
Btonm fixtaren ... $7,088
Hsxfield A Coughlan, Uankato, for Btone
and lime, ab-.ut
Yankton Preened Briok Co., lor briok...
1'HIMOXA.L,.
Mrs. W. F. Eldredge is deoidedly bet
tsr.
H. Delany, of Elk Point, is in town
to-day.
Asel Kyes left to-day for another
journey.
F. A. Gale departed for Canton this
morning.
W, L. King, of Aberdeen, is at the
Merobants.
S. M. Hanohett, of Lssterville, was at
the Merohants last night.
G. W- Palmer, whilom trustee of the
insane asylum, left forborne this morn
ing.
A.M.Keller, of Kingsbury ounty,
arrived last night and returned to his
home this morning.
Mrs. li. Rirdin and family arrived last
night from Salt Lake City, giving Mr.
Bardin a gratifying surprise.
BARB1EI.
BOWE-DKi MAKA.NV1LLE -n Yankton,
Dakota, on Wedneaday. March H, 1889, at the
residence of John Max, by liev. D. F. Bradley.
Oharles Howe and Pa/ Ds MtuanviUe, both of
Knox oounty, Nebraska.
This happy union of hearts sod hands
RiveB to tnch other two estimable resi
dents of Knox county, Nebraska. Mr.
Howe is a conductor on the Fremont,
Elkborn & Mispomi Yalley railroad and
the home of his bride is at Niobrara.
She is an accomplished lady of winning
ways and highly popular at her home
a sister ot Mrs. Ed. Edwards, formerly
of Yankton. Many friends of the con
tracting parties in this oity wish tbem
joyfalfuture.
MILLS—HIOKfl—At Ctioa, Yatiktm ty.
Maroh
14, 1889,
at tbe residence of «hv
father. John
4.
YANKTON,
DAKOTA.
1 800
1,768
900
800
400
121
a,
coo
U. Dudley, for roof
John Martin, for iron work, abont
Oharles Wright, for Band, about
Milwaukee railroad, for freight, about
NortbweBtern railroad, for freight, about
To ireahnnios, labor.rs and merohants iu
Yankton, about «...
Total $.18,876
A oivil action hus been commenced
against the O.iuton national bonk, of
wbioh Gale is president by Sykes & Co,,
for the $7,088 duo them, the bank being
in some way mixed up with this obliga
tion.
Mr. Gale olaims that Mr. Pattee owes
him some $6,000 and it is to prooure this
that he is uBing bis ofiiaial position to
deprive other creditors of their does.
It is hoped that Governor Mellette will
immediately appoint a new board of
trustees—men who will de'al with this
oase on its merits and honegtly settle
the matter.
bride's
Hioks, by Be v. B. Nichols,
Sidney 0. Mills, of Iowa, and Miss Emma Hioka,
of Utica.
The newly married oouple departed
shortly after the ceremony for the east
ahd will locate at Aokley,Iowa, where
Mr. Mills is engaged in the mercantile
business. The good wishes of many
friends go with them.
Committee Heetlng.
Yankton, Dak. Marob 16th 1889—The
demoorats of Yankton are lequested to
meet with the oity demooratio committee
at the oity hall at 3 p. m. Saturday
March 16th, 1889.
J. T.-SABGENT, Chairman.
M.J. MOLAIN, 4th ward.
E. M. O'BRIEN,1st ward.
FBANX ZIBNEBT, 2nd ward.
ROBEBT
Cox, 3rd ward.
Having been awarded the oontraot for
farnisbing uniforms for tbe Yankton
fire department, I respeotfully request
the fire boys to oall and have their
meeeures taken as early as possible.
Go to Geo. W. Roberts tor inauranoe
Pennsylvania Oil—Buy Pennsyl
vania refiaed oil of E. M. Coatee. It is
far superior to Ohio oil.
Blacksmith ooal $ 10 a ton
at QUEAL. & CO.'d
Notice to Teachers.
Yankton, Dakota, March lltb, 1889—
An examination of applicants for oertifi
cates to teach in the pnblio schools of
Yankton ooanty will be held at the
court hoaseln Yankton on Tuesday,
April 2d, beginning et 9 o'olook a, m.
The
of
H, KATZ.
Ladles look oat toe date ol'
grand opening.
MRS. BOYD & MISS HIGOS
SUlliners.
N. M. Hiuos.
Co. Sup't of tiohoole.
Some Feollah People
Allow a cough to ran .until it gets beyond
tbe reach of medicine. They often say
Oh, it will wear away," bat In most cases
it wears them away, Oould tbey be in
duced to try the successful medioine
called Kemp's Bfilsam, which is sold on a
positive guarantee to cure, they would
immediately see tbe excellent effect after
taking the first dose. Price 50 oents and
$1.00. Trial size free. At Balph M.
Wards,
Mra. S. Boyd and Miss Clara
Higgs will open in a few days
with an entire new stock of
millinery.
Persons wishing to Improve their
memories or strengthen" their power ot
attention should send to Prof. Loisette,
387 Fifth Ave., N. Y., for his prospeotns
poet free, ^dvertitei in .another
column,
Oalong, Radishes, Lettuce
cteat UAYA'g,
S.S
Horses and Baggies for
sale at Hardin's Bos Barn,
Watches, diamonds, silver
goods and spectacles, at the
jewelry store of
l[ H. G. CLiARK. & CO.,
0%
jiff-
A.
Yankton, D. T.
To the ladies of Yankton
Our new goods are now on the way
Mid we will soon be ready te show you
the finest line of taillinery ever exhibited
ia this place, All th* latest designs
Respectfully,
MBS, BOYD & Hioos.
Never a daisy that grows,
But a mystery guidetli the growing,
Never a river that flows,
But a majesty scepters the flowing,^
Never a Shakespeare that soared,
But a stronger than he did enfold him,
Nor ever a prophet foretells,
But a mightier seer had foretold him*"
We are not the originators of the CLOTHING BUSINESS,
Neither do we claim to know more about it than our
seniors. We wish, however to announce to the public that
we claim superiority in our line in the Northwest, and
pride ourselves most particularly for being1
We keep everything that is to be found in
a First Class Clothing EstablishnSt^
We make to order a Superior line of
Clothing and Shirts.
WE are agents for DUNLAP HATS
WILSON BROS. SHIRTS.
The CASTLE,' 'KEEP "&"TOWER"Shirts
E. & W. COLLARS and GUFFS
And all the latest Novelties.
We respectfully solicit the
the public far and wide.
will receive our prompt attention.
We guarantee satisfaction to all.
Leading Clothiers
the Northwest.
Nemt-lj«cal Clipping*.
Sioux Oity Jonnral: J. D. MoDonald,
ot the firm of railroad oontraotorn of
McDonald & PenBeld, of Fremont, Neb.,
was in the oity last evning en ronte
home from Yankton, S. D. where be
went to investigate the Norfolk, Neb.,
and Yankton railroad p'oject. Mr.
McDonald has recently returned from
Batte, Mont., where the Union Paoifio is
doing a large amount of work, and his
return to this ooanty was hastened by
his faith in several projected railroads in
this section. Mr. McDonald believes
very firmly that tbe Short Line will be
bnilt. He has m&deoareful investigations
and oan prodaoe logical corroboration
of his opinion. He is also satisfied that
the Yankton and Norfolk road will be
built, and at onoe. He says a greater
portion of tbe right-of-way has been
abaoluteiy seoared, and that work will
begin as soon as the ground will permit
grading, He did not go to Yankton to
bid for the grading, as the oompany is
not yet ready to reoeiva bids, bat be
will bekin the field at an opportune
time.
W.
19
Li H!
se CO.
Yankton and
Armour, South Dakota.
Strikes Yankton it would be ad
visable for those who have not yet
bought to get in on the ground floor,
because
ATTEE BOOlvd:
Arrives it will cost 50 per cent more
to purchase Yankton, prppejty^an
it does now.
A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT.
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REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, BUNKER'S BLOCK.
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