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The trac&luying on the James liver .valltyroart, between Jamestown nod JjaMonre, will be completed next week. XUe line will nudpnbtedly be extended towards the aonth, bat the owners of the road say that the question will not be deoided upon until next spring. The election retards of Hanson oonn ly make the following showing: For tbe oonstitntion, yea 606, no 47 prohibi tion, yee 825, no 240 minority repre sentation, yes 182, no 252 temporary oapital, Alexandria 600, Emery 4, Pierre 4, Hnro'i 3, Mitohell 2, Sioox FBIIB 1 state and legislative tickets, 689. Iter. Dr. O'Connell, bearer of the de crees of the late plenary conoil, approv ed by the pope, is expected to reach Baltimore early in the present week. He sailed op Saturday a week ago, and may arrive in New York at anytime. HA will, before publishing any of the matters, confer with Arohbishon Qibbons. The condition of affairs which threat ened the loss of the Missouri Paoiflo rail road to Lincoln has at last been. bridged over and tbe building of the road was aeanred Friday, when a oheck for abont $12,000 was turned over by authority of the road to the county judge in part payment for property condemned. When tbe order was given out to suspend operations the real estate men beoame frightened, and they raised subscrip tion of $42,000 to be used in paying all costs of terminal facilities in that city above $80,000. A train load of material of tbe road arrived Friday and work was begun Monday. A Dreadful Disease. Bead, pondor and profit thereby Kemp's Balaam for the Throat and Lunga is conceded by all who have used it to ex cel any preparation in the market as a complete Throat and Lung Healer. A1 persons affected with that dreadful disease —Consumption—will find spedy relief and in a majority of cases a permanent cure The propietor has authoized Ralph M. Ward to refund the money to any party who has taken three-fourths of a bottle without relief. Price fifty cents and $1. Trial Bize free, at Purdy & Brecht's. ,, A Great Surprise °r fs In stole for all who use Kemp's Bal sam for the Throat and Lunge, the great guaranteed remedy. Would you believe that it is sold on its merits and that each druggist is authoized to refund your money by the proprietor of this wonderful remedy if it fails to cure you. Balph M. Ward has aeoured the agency for it. Price fifty cents and $1, Trial size free. esss Transfer Line, Sam and Oftoe on Walnut street/betWMB Third and Fourth 8tg, \RDKK8 for 'Has and baggage vi offio« or at tha MERCHANTS« SON HOTJKLiS, will reoeive prompt attention. Stabling for farmer* and freighter*. A goad oorrajl for stook. Water running tbroagh the car rail. The best atf o&re taken of horse* or •stack. Telephone Nos. M, 89 and 90. E One live borse power Engine and Uoiler—Sliapley mamitacterer. Second hand. One fifteen borse power Engine and boiler—J. J. Coe, maker. Second hand.. k' ii. rpHESE ABE FIB8T CLASS ENGINES .complete. Iteasons for selling: We have replaced them with larger ones. J^ARTIN & ANDERSON, Walnot Builder, Contractor And dealer in Masons Materials^ Office and Store Yankton, Dakota. -X w''f All Sorts of Tiurts and many sorts of ails of man and beast need a cooling lotion. Mustang Liniment. 'r~ 4 For Sale. OueJ^Horsc power cngineand boiler in good repair, $150. One 2-Horse tread power, J. I. Case, manufacturer, almost new, will he sold cheap. Just the thing to saw wood* shell com, grind feed, pump water, grind plow», #0O.O#y MARTIN & ANDERSON, Foundry and Machine shop, Yankton. Yankton Omnibus •—AND- 5?. I. E. C. & J- 1 BUFlS. ge left at the —... ..J or MOBBI- ot the ALO HEAD Pi!'! oftv of M. R. DeOAUP. Pr.prl.t.r, ngines for Ssls, °J .tjj°.re-ai ..-Av-V.: ToJd'a Yankton Todd'. Yankton Todd1. Yankton Lower Yankton Lower Yankton Lower Yankton Lower Yankton I^w.r Yankton Lower Yankton Lower Yankton Lower Yankton Low»r Yanktcn Dakota Iron Works Btreet, Yankton. "W M. B. VALENTINE,* 6* •Broadway 1 "kKNTISTUY. Dr. W. H. BBOWR. DEN DBNTISTRT Xaokton, O. I! Fr°^'gS ^^Sh J®' fcT*# 0n ioak New Coods. New Goods. Our NEW STOCK of PALL. STYLES for Men, Youth's, Boy's and Children, Are arrrving daily and •ontioues unprecedented find unrivaled. BARGAINS IN CLOTHING. We have now on display a superb assortment ol'NEW GOODS for the inspection of all who wear CLOTHES, which includes EVERY THING desirable in stylish and well-made garments. We also hare choice selections ot Cents' Furnishing Coods, HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, VALISES. &C. KAHN & CO., the leading clothiers, POSTOFFIOE BLOCK YANKTON, DAKOTA Dealer in BUILDERS' HARDWARE Garland Stoves, new Lyman Gasoline Stoves and Tinware. Wagon and Carriage Wood Stock. Wagon and Carri age Hardware, &c. Sl@o2EJ33ao.lt2i. S-u/pplies! Gas Fittings. Garden Implements. IOE COOLERS. REFRIGERATORS ITHIBD STREET, YANKTON, DAKOTA. I can recommend the "EMERY" $3 SHOE. Thev are A A N A 1 soled. I have them in butt on Congress and laced. Have sold them the past year. Also have Mens'calf button shoe at $2,50, at the popu'ar Boot and Shoe store of John A. Weeks Keeps the largest stock of Soots ds SDhloos IN DAKOTA also, Hats, Caps, Gloves a"d Mens* ler Hosiery. Is Agent for tirt, Reynolds Bro^., Reed and Weaver Cousins fine Shoes lor Ladies' Misse and Children Burt & Packard, Burt & Mears and Stacy, Adams & Co's. Fine Shoes for Men. has eflta-te'.tha Part of City. No.of lit. I. PILES,Yankton Special Tax Levy. Trea8T?rfr Yankton, Dakota, October 30tb, 1885-No'tice is ?a.m.e Broadway Broadway Broadway....... Sixth street Sixth street Douglas Ave. do do do do do do do do do do do do Hub" been levied by the moyor and counoil of the Yankton, D. T., for the construction of sidewalks alone or in front of tbe lantinnrel??nlMD «f° ""l dU6 ftDd Plaoed iD K'Jlju kesamewpiaid w:ithin thirty days, a pen&<ty of ten percent. 7 ®dd6a to the sam doe upon 6aoh lot or part of lot. The following a of the of special tax assessed agaipet eaoh lot or parcel of real estate respectively: No.of bl'k. a7 hands for J. E. Witherspoon L.Oo'gleton J. W. Campbell.. Emily Medicos ... Wm. Oommill.... P. B. Gordon P. Gordon P. Bowland Mrs. A. M. Hanson Paul Stevens Panl Stevens Panl Stevens The above tax vas levied by the mayor and counoil on Ootober 26th, 1885. WILLIAM BLATT, City Treasurer. EXAMINE THE A Large Variety, AT Dudley, Ricliey & Gross' CORNER OP DOUGLAS AND THIRD STREETS. COl- supposed ownera and theamonnt Name of Street. Supposed Owner. No.of ft. front. Prioe per ft. Amount Dol. .Gts. $1.00 22 00 100 44 00 1.00 82 00 02 37 20 62 62 00 02 27 28 '82 27 28 '82 27 28 62 27 28 62 27 28 82 27 28 82 27 28 The Presa and Dakotaian Jte ceive* Full Associate# frema Tele graphic Acir* up to five O'clock JUach Afternoon, antt in the Only Paper in the. City, anit with one Ex ception the Only Paper in the South Half of Dakota, Heccivlna Xettn lu Te.lef/raph. BY WIRE TO-DAY. Forty-Five Lives Lost by Wreck of the Steamer Algoma. the Comments by the Loudon Times ou American Chinese Troubles General MoCleilan Bequeathed all His Property to His Wife, for Use During Her Lifetime. Improvement of the Missouri River—A Proposition to Bet ter the Condition of the Indians. The Algoma Disaster. Owen Hound, Out., Nov. 11—The re vised list of those lost and saved in the Algoma disaster shows tbe total number lo8tas4ij saved 14. This makes the full number of persons the Canadian Pacific officials estimate were ou board the steamer. Oeneral McClellan's Will. New York, Nov. .11—The will of Gen. Geo. B. McClellan was filed to-day. It is dated January IStb, 1873. After pro viding for the payment of his debts and funeral expenses, he bequeaths all his real.and personal estate to his wife, on whose death he directs that all his estate be divided between their' two children, Geo. B., jr., and Maroy M., share and thare alike. His military accoutrements he leaves to his son and the sword that waB presented to hiu by the oity of Philadelphia he leaves to his daughter. He appoints W. O. Prime, of this oity, bis literary exeoutor, to make suoh uses as he deems best of Buch pa »ers as the deoeased may leav6. FOBKIGir. THE NEW X.OAN, London, Nov. 11—The reported fail ure of M. Hausman to obtain a contract for the new Russian loan is supposed to indicate a coolness between Bussia and Germany. PRESSING HEB CLAIMS. Constantinople, Nov. 11—Melindoff, Russia ambassador, has been ordered by by his government to press Russia's de maud before the conference for the im mediate disarmament of Servia, Greece and Bulgaria, and deposition of Prince Alexander, ruler 6f Bulgaria. STEAMER WRECKED, London, Nov. 11—The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation company's steamer Indus, from Caloutta to London has heen totally wrecked on a reef off Mieletwoeb, Ceylon. The passengers and mails were saved. The Indua was an iron screw bark rigged vessel of 2,235 tons, built in 1871. THE CHINESE QUESTION. London, Nov. 11—The Times com menting on the anti-Chinese crusade on the Paoiflo coast, United States, says "If the Chinese immigration into the United States was thoroagbly blocked for a period, the Chinese might meet with a favorable opportunity at home and their immigration into the United States be altogether diverted. The at tempt to turn back the tide of foreign Coolie labor by the means lesorted to by the mobs in the western part of the United States is odions and the injustice done the Chinamen in the recent attack* on tbem is an act of spiolation against the world at large. CAl'lTAIi \OTKS. THE MISSOURI BIVER COMMISSION. Washington, Nov. 10—The Missouri river commission in its annual report says the plans of improvement adopted by the commissioner for the lower por tion o( the river contemplate a reduc tion of the width of waterway sufficient to insure tbe stability Of the regimen and approximate uuitormity of slope, width and depth. The commission is satisfied of the engineering feasibility of this im provement and the great benefit likely to follow its completion, but they are not prepared to estimate its cost. They are of the opinion that the experiment should be tried on an extensive Bcale and with ample means, so as to cover a considerable length of the river and en' sure the completion of any work under taken. They consider that for this pur pose annual appropriations of not leBS than one million dollars should be made. For the upper river the commission reoommend that the present work be mainly confin ed to tbe construction of dams and the dredging of ehoals on the rooky river above Carroll below that poiut the snag boats should be kept at work removing obstructions and funds should be provid ed there for these purposes, and certain experimental dams to be constructed near Bismarck. OUB RED BRETHREN. Washington, Nov. 11—The president to-day gave andieaoe to the committee appointed at the recent conference at Lake Moliouk to present to him the re salt of their deliberations on the Indian question. General Fisk headed the delegation and presented tbe members to the president. Hon. Erastus Brooks, of N. Y., read an address embodying the views of the conference as to the best method of ^improving the condition of the Indians. Hamarks were also made by other members of the delegation, eaoh disapproving the present system of Indian reservations and fovored the adoption of a policy in regard to them successfully employed in the case of the colored people. Tbe president listened attentively and assured them of his deep interest in the question. He reviewed briefly many diffianllies encountered in dealing with the question which he acknowledged was a most important one, and said that the great trouble to his mind was ns to tbe firBt praotioal step to bo taken in improving the condition of the Indian. Shall we give them more sohools ard churohes and agricultural implements for use on their reserva tion, or shall we deed them lands in severalty and leave them to their own resources? One trouble be found was to get rid of the influ ence of the old chief then again, we leave the Indians to themselves, and one becomes hungry and a loud cry goes up all over the country that we are (starving the Indians. How are we to get the Indians to mingle with the whites? We certainly can't drive tbem off their reservations is it better to keep tbem tinder tutelage where they are, or could their civilization V:e better aooomplished in some other way? The question is Surrounded with difficulties, continued the president, and tbe most important consideration to my mind is, "what is the most useful thing to be done?" He said that while it might not be well for the cause to disturb tbe Indians in their present homes, he believed that their reserva tions would be ultimately given to them severalty and the Indians thiown on their own resources. The president re minded the committee that tbe caose which they advocated would require years to consummate, but intimated that he hoped to be able to make a beginning in the right direction during the re maining years of his administration HEARING RESUMED. .The hearing in the telephone oases was resumed to-day before the secretary of the interior. Mr. Gantt, for the citizens of Memphis, read along list of affidavits and authorities that he intended to put in evidence as tending to -show that Bell was not the original inventor of the tele phone. Among tbe papers wjts a com munication from Aoting Attorney Gen Goode, expressing the opinion that Beiss was the inventor of the telephone and that Bell's patent bad been irrega larly issued, .justifying in his opinion the hearing of the suit by the United States to set it aside. Mills on Fire. New York, Nov. 11—The Empire Plaster mills numbers 21 and 23 Bethun street, a six story brick building owned by August Isaacs & Bros., oaught fire between three and four [this morning, and was almost completely.destroyed in less than an hour. When the fire was discovered the alarm was sent out at once and in about fiftsen minutes the fire broke out ,' and while the firemen were engaged in stretohing a hose to the building a cloud of dense, thick smoke I enveloped tbem. They had iust time to jump backwards the hallway, when the whole end of tha building the rear fell in, and neighboring yards were oovered with mass of bricks, plaster and machinery The noise made by the falling walls gave the people living the surround ing buildings the idea that an explosion had oocurred,and that added to their ter ror. It wasjfortunate,however, that these walls fell in at such an early stage of the fire, otherwise £the buildings on Bank street would have been in gre^t danger. By dint of hard work tbe fire was «on fined to the plaster mill and none of the surrounding houses was damaged to any extent. Isaac estimates his loss on building, stock and maobinery at $60, 000. As far as known no one was in jured. Free Trade .Reformers. Chioago, Nov. 11—The national oon ference of free traders and revenue re formers met at Haverly minstrel hall in tbe Inter Ocean building shortly after 10 o'clock this morning. Some 200 delegates from all parts of tbe country were in attendance. The conference was called tc order by the president, Hon. David A. Wells, after whioh Gen. I. N. Stiles, of Chicago, delivered an ad dress of weloome. Routine business was transacted, after whioh tbe re port and address of R. R. Bowker, honor ary seoretary of the conference, WBB read. Bowker stated that there were state organizations in behalf of revenue reform in thirteen states and local or ganizations in many other states. Most of these are in relation, with the Ameri can Free Trade league whioh IB now or ganized as a national association. Bow ker hoped this conference would select a man from eaoh state who would be come a promoter of the organization throughout bis Btate and its general representative in relation to the free trade movement. Huron Claims the Capital. Huron, Nov. 10—The offioial vote of Beadle county, as oanvaBBed to-day, is For tbe constitution, 2,021 against, 280 for prohibition, 1,201 against, 1,130 for minority representation, 1,462 against, 747 for capital, Huron, 2,371 Pierre, 74 Mellette, for governor, 2,134 no opposi tion. Pierre's claims of having won the oapital are so ridioulous that it is hardly worth notioing. It says that they have it by 500 or more. Comparing the figures of dozen counties as printed in last night's Free Press with just what we positively know to be the correct footings, and Huron gains in each of these counties. Tney give a total of 2,469 in Huron's favor. Pierre olaitns in its list a solid vote of 1,700 for itself in the Blaok Hills, which is about as ridicu lous as its other figures. A majority of 700 in these counties is part of its figures. This is not believed either. Huron has the faots and figures to prove its claims of who is actually the oapital. Election Frauds. Cincinnati, Nov, 11—The circuit oourt resume-l its hearing of the eleotion maBdamus case to-day and the relators announced that all their evidence waa in. Thereupon Jordan, for the defense, moved to dismiss the ease and preced ed to argae in favor ot hia motion, Advance in Freight Bates. New York, Nov. 11—The following oircular was issued this morning: No tice is hereby given that in accordance with tbe vote of the joint executive com mittee, east bound rates will be advanced to the following bases, taking efifeot Monday, November 23, 1885: Chicago to New York—12th class, 30 cents per 100 pounds 13th olass, 25 cents'per 100 pounds live hogs, 30 oents per 100 pounds. [Signed! M. GUILFOBD, Vicc Oh'n. Wall Street. New York, Nov, 11—Stocks opened, very etrong, %@%*higher. During the first hour tbe market was feverish but auctuated wilhiu only narrow limits advanced more declined a little below the opening, but rallied and ad vanced 0Ter the opening and at 11 the market was active and firm. InduHti'lal Association. Raleigh, N. C., Nov. 11—The seventh annual state fair of the North Carolina Industrial association, colored, was op ened here to-day by Governor Scales. Hon. Montford MoGee, state commis sioner of agriculture, in a speech advised hiB hearers to acquire land and assured them of the earnest sympathy and con stant aid in all their ways of the white people of the entire state. Human Skull* Excavated. New York, Nov. 11—While exoavating for a building in tbe 14th ward in Brooklyn yesterday, the workmen un earthed eighteen human Bkulls witbtin a small area and only fourteen inches from the Burface. There is considerable exoitment there about it as no one oan explain the mystery. Short in His Accounts. New Brighton, Pa., Nov. II—J. R, Piersai, a prominent lawyer and assignee of R. E. & H. Hopper, bankers, has spec ulated in wheat and is short in hiB ac oounts about $12,000, wbioh bis bonds men must make good. The announce' ment of bis shortage caused great ex citement. «ross KeKiiftencc. Utica, N. Y., Nov. 11—A ooroner's jury in the case of Mrs. Pratt, killed in an acoident on the West Shore railroad near Little Falls, on Monday, returned a verdict oharging the railroad oompany with gross negligence in not having provided a culvert where the washout ooourred. A Challenge. New York, Nov. 11—The owner of the British cutter Arrow, baB issued a cbal lenge through the London Field for the International Challenge oup won against America in 1852, when tbe latter was alBo under a British rig and British management. Death Sentence Commuted. Ottawa, Nov. 11—The death sentence passed on those recently convioted of murder in connection with the north west rebellion will be commuted in sev eral cases, but will be carried into effect with the remainder on the date fixed 27th mst. A Scaffolding Olves Way. Montreal, Nov. 11—While five men were painting a ceiling to-day the aoaffolding gave way and two of the men were instantly killed. The third died shortly after and two are not expected to live. ANew Justice. Albany Nov. 11—Governor Hill has appointed Alton B. Parker, of Kingston justioe of the supreme court to fill the vaoanoy oaused by tbe death of George Westbrook. Small Pox. Montreal, Nov. 11—There were twen ty-one deaths from small pox in this oity yesterday and fifteen deaths from the disease in tbe suburbs yesterday. Granted a Bespite. New Orleans, Nov. 11—Ford and Murphy, sentenced to be hanged on Friday, have been granted a respite for thirty days by the governor. new Way to Get Bid of Husbands. Washington. Nov. 7—A noble woman was at the white bouse to-day—a bride —and her husband was with her, and the visit seem to have a melancholy in terest for him. It was the third time she had been there and it was the first trip. She told one of tbe bookeepers that when she was filst a bride she call ed on President Grant. Her husband died shortly afterward. She called the next time when President Hayes was the occupant of the white bouse. On her return to her home in MaBsachuetts her second husband oaught oold and he died in less than a year. She. was mar ried again on Thursday last and oame to this city yesterday. She said she in tended to be more careful with her prei ent husband than either of those who preoeded him, and that she bad selected milder weather for her bridal tour Husband No. 3 stood by, but did not have much to say, exoept that be was muoh pleased with the looks of the president and everything he had seen so far in Washington. In. Oefence of JDay. The attack upon Hon. M. H. Day through tbe associated press, which the Argus declines to publish looks like a preoonoerted movement to stir up dis sensions at home. Mr. Day seems to be a very fair minded man .—Fargo Argtu, Many are tbe newspaper ontioisms upon tbe conduct of M. H. Day, reflect ing upon his aotion at Washington in connection with appointments, etc. Commodore Marratta speaks very highly of Mr. Day. He asserts that M. H. Day is not doing any offioe "brokerage busi ness" there as has been oharged, and that he has known of several instances where persons have forwarded Mr. Day cheoks for sums of money to aid him ia bis work. These checks be knows Mr. Day to have returned, declining io reoeive assistance.—North Dakota pecuniary Democrat. Those fHniiliar with Washington news paper work know too well the source of the inspiration of tbe newspaper attaoks upon Mr. Day. They are part of a plan to destroy all men who are not in the in terest of Dakota ring politics. They oome from the same party who so shamefully lied about John Hollenbaek and secured the appointment of another for United States attorney after his ap pointment had been agreed npon. The writer and many good and trne men of Dakota have received blows from the same band because they would refice their independence of cha" Mr. Day is in Washington in est of the demociatio party not so moob with a view to purposes for them as to prevent iS tion and injustice. The Journal to see that the Argus is led by of justice to decline to pobliBtT shameful attaoks made upon him admit that he iB a very fair mmd!.2 —Bimiarch Journal aei1 The £ato Plenary Council Baltimore, Nov. Nov. 9—Atohb Gibbons, who has just returned Washington, says he expected Dr,( nell's arrival to-morrow with tfc, crees of the late plenary council proved by the pope. He will them as apostolic delegates, audi contained in them will be til they are promulgated by bio whole will de printed before prom ed, and be thinks they will makei' of 300 ootavo pagts, and Beveral will relapse before the printings oompleted. They will then be with the postora) letter from the toiic delegate. New York, Nov. 9—The fit, O'Connell, of the diocese of Va., arrived to-day on tbe rania, bringing with him tbe promulgated at the council ol bishops and bishops of this cot' held lust November in Baltimore reporter Dr. O'Connell said he at liberty,to discuss the features 1 rulings adopted by tbe prelates int oil assembled, as be is detailed it as a messenger to lay before Arehbi Gibbons, of .Baltimore, the prim America, and the chairman of tlk council, a copy of the degree *u| papal revision or affirmation, it,? must therefore, refuse to divulge^ .. the decrees until he fulfils biem^ and delivers the papers to Aroblf Gibbone. Dr. O'Connell will lai Baltimore on Wednesday morniog1 Forty-9iine Drunkards The Dalrymple Home for Inebc near London, whioh was eatable order to gjve the "Habitual Driufc. aot" a fair trial, has been declared EH government inspector to havegiid satisfactory resulte. Forty-nine pel were admitted. All but one wert eduoated, eight having passed tte college twenty-six vpere married,t» single, and three widowers it were men of fortune, seven wer» civil servioe, four were lawyert, dootors, four.clerks, one a libraruL the remainder in business. In Iv five cases there bad been inebner the family in six it was in the S or mother, in five in the grondpir in seven the brothers, and in eetc uncles in twenty-four cases berti drunkeness was not established iv, cases there was insanity in the pro tors twenty-five were constant drie and twenty-four were periodioal ur ates forty-three of the forty-nine tobacoo and two chloral. One pt' afterward beoame insane, three dies was not beard from, one was readm six were unimproved, six were impr.'v and fourteen were doing well. Tt one-half of the survivors reBumet dutiij of life and 20 per cent imps Another Southern Cyrlont Galveston, Nov. 9—A special Dangerfield to tbe News says: l&n. counts show that the cyclone is oounty last Thursday evening sas#-'i than firBt reported. Its breadth||j|| thirty yards. The funnel-shaped: moved with awful velocity and a It roar, crushing dwellings and ontfe ings, scattenug their oontedts ft wide and oarrying death and deBtrt .• in its pathway. Hardy Pitmu three ohildren, six, seven and years, and also a nine year old bojn Richard Hawthorne, were all IIIE killed by the destruction of thedw The head of one ohild was twistP and oarritd 200 yards from the 1 Mrs. Bruoe, a widow eighty year and daughter were badly injured t1 wrecking of their residence. It 11 posed the former will die from hei: ties. Reports of other oasualtieu oeived. After the storm a turkej found completely stripped of ill ers. The full extent of the daw not yet known. A. Sensible Alan rasa'-'' Would use Kemp's Balaam for. Lungs. It is curing more cases of Co Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup «K Throat and Lung Troubles, tk other medicine. The proprietor. authorised Ralph M. Ward to money if after taking lhree-fourlt.^v bottle relief is not obtained. Prior' cents and $1. Trial size lree. MARKETS BY TELEGIU HBW IOBK. fiew York, Hoi $1.05X#l.C6oMay. OOBN— a re western npot. 300600 future, 48i*0»)r OATS—Bull and a shade earner wester. 39o. POBK—Steady $9.75® 10.00. LAKD—Finn $6.42Hc. OBXOAGO. Ohioaffo, NOT WHEAT—Baled owy daring the entire* but near the close recovered part of deohne and eloeed under j# 87H November 88)4c Deoember: 88X0 95Xo May. ^Oowj-Tenrstnmgs 46o sash, 42*0 if ber wHo year. .•«* OATFR~firm 26Ko cash, 26Xc November' Deoember 80fto May, BABLEI—07C.BYE^61C. FLAXSEED—|1.12!^O. WBISKX-T- $1.15. POBK— Strong and higher $8.70O OIUT,'' December |9.6UcJ anuary. *ii «2JJr^F'rny cash, and Dffl® $6.K(t6.X7Mo January. ., Hoou-Keoeipta, 60,000 firm 10c 1' $8 firstname.lastname@example.org rough packing. heavy ia:king and .hipping, J8.5S01 1 OATTLK—Keceipta, 7,000 stronger fi" pine, sa.&0©5,&0: WHEAT— BABLKY BT« POTATOES FLAXSEED BTZEBS, butohers, $2.00&3.-I0,it«'1 i2.u0©4.00 Texang, $2.50^3.25. MILWAUKEE. Milwaukee, No' Whbat—Steady 87Wo cash 88H0 her 95Ko May. OOBM—Firm 42o. OATS—Strong 270. ItVE-Qoiet 6I0. BABLKY— Steady: 86c. VnnKtou Market. Yankton, Nor, per owt Uows, per owt I«rv* Hoos, per owt BHKEP, per owt WOOL, per tt Weod, per oord Eggs, per dw Butter, iwrlb W. Li. DOW, -A-xcIfouitect Edmlson Blvck, Sioux niriMfc•er»lFall upeciAcatlonj and tendenoe work at reason*!