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-4? OEIOAOO & m. Max. l'bermometer 09. Mm. Thermometer 31. tlnappreoiablc. 1 t, oil iiMiy IA.NKTON, D. T., APRIL 7, 1H87. Cox,0diorne&0o. Gomglete New '$£ X' -°lF- pr3T G-oods *ds —AND- A E S -AT- COX, ODIOBNE & CO S. UAlL.no At* TIMB TA.Bl.il. OHioiao, MRLWAUJOOT A BT. -PAUL RAILBOAD, I he eut bound passenger train leavas,at 8:00 ». m. each day. except Sunday. The paaseouer tmui from the eaat arrives at d.05n m. each day, except Bunday. Tho aoouinmodation. train from the east wive* eaoh iay, Sunday's excepted, at 9:2C m. and depart* at a^0 a. m. for the west mjs°aoconit»odiition train from the west and north arrive* at 6 U0 p. ». and departs at 8:50 p, m. for the east eaoh day excepting Buudays. NOBTHWESTEBH BAILBOAD. Xheeast bound paMedtfer train leatea at 5:60 eaoh day. except »unaay. The pasBenfier train from the eaat arrives at i'«5 p. m. eaoh day, except Bunday. riunday waMenger train leaves at 7 :*0 a. m. anil arrives at 10 a. m. making olose connec tions with through passenger trains from and a iocommodtttion trains leave for the east esoh uay, exoept Sunday, at 6:46 a. and 4:50 and arrive from the east each day, except Bonday, at 11:55 a. m. and 7 :a5 p. m. tfaakton Postoffice Hours and Btfolatlem, The delivery -windows are opened eaoh day (Sandays ezoepted) at 3:00 a. m. Thedebverv windows close at 8:00 p. m. 1'he money order, postal note and registry de partment opens at 9 a. m. and doses at 1:80 p. "on Sundays the delivery windows are kept open from 9:45 to 10 KB a. m. The lobby of the o&oe is open all day Sundays for the aooom modation of persons renting look boxes. Mails goinjf e&at via 0», 51. & Bt. f. B. B,, olose at 7:80 a»m., and 6 pm. tiondays excepted. Mails going weefc and north-via the Ohioagro, MUvrauaeea St. Paul railroad oloae at 9:80 a. m., Bnndays ttzoepted. Mails going o^et and north by Onioagu & raiiroai oiohe at 0 p. m. Kustern mails via Ohioag-* & at'Paul railroad arrives at 8:40 pm. and 10:12 a. m. Baaeorn mail via Chicago & Northwestern railroad arrives at 10 and departs at 6 am. Stage mails olose a*. 8:30 p. m., exoei the Niobrara, which closes at 12:80 p. m. JU. 1). PAIIMEB. E M. THE'WEAXflKR, XIOO&L OBSKBVATIONS—TAKEN ON 57TH MBBI. DIAN TIME. War Department, Division of Telegrams, for the benefit of Oommeroe and Agrioultnre. Signal Servioe O. ti. A.. Xankton, April 7, '87. Xime. S* i8 Ie 0 0 0 *1 8 un Zes'dny, 8:40a.m. To-day, 5:20a.m. To-day. l:30p.m 80.OS 30.18 30.09 JS Clear Clear Clear K. H. THOMPSON. Here't Signal Corps, O. B. A t,ocAb /.4( »iVir s. The Milwaukee railroad oompany now sells, through its agent at Yankton, thousand mile tiokets for $25. Sarah VanTassel to-day s.li to Mary Wiokleman lots 3 and 4, block 7, lower Yankton, Consideration $1,300. Oie Olson's saloon fixtures were sold at auction this afternoon. Mr. Olson will no longer deal in wet groceries. 0. L. Van Dyke, of this oity, has pur chased the Sioux Falls steam laundry and will take possession on the first of May. The late session of the United States grand jury was short but very sweet. Dakota's United State attorney believes in cutting down expenses. The Yankton building loan association loaned $i,100 to a stock holder last night who will use the same in the construe tion of a home for himself. At the meeting of the Y. M. C. A. of Yankton, held on Monday evening, Prof. 3. T. Shaw, of Yankton college, was eleoted president. Other business of minor importanoe was transacted. O.H.Taylor sold lots6 and7, blook 23, Witberspoou's Yauktou, to-Emerj R, Guild to-day, Mr. Guild wi,ll tear down the skating rink building and build a tesideaco on each ot the lots. The con sideration in the deal was not given. A certified oopy of the new high license law has been sent for by theoommis siooera of Yankton county and as soon •9 they learn the purport of the law it will be enforoed in this couuty. An in crease in the oust of retail liqaor deal ers' licence oan be expected. In west Yankton operations commenoed on have a dences. Mrs. Owen JtJurtlett is building house.ou the lot she Rounds on bis l_i JUDO purchased some weeks ago in weBt Yankton and the"traD?era v, ho areBej urriin(j in Yank tuii ,( v, :n, jri... iheir isisifo board uutl iti-j uit-uliou the baildiog, gr.mads and the oouditftm of (be same as monuments to the good in tentions of Dakota. The Alpine ohoir and Tjroleae oonoert oompauy, which givts an entertainment at the Congregational charoh in this oity to-morrow evening, oomes to Yank ton under the au&pioes of the Redpath lyoenm bureau, which is a sufficient reo ommendation of the company. The oonoert will nonsist of the choicest masio by the best masioians. Rev. O. E. Murray, the cowboy preaoh er, oondaoted revival servioes at the M. ohuroh last night whioh wero largely attended. Mr, Murray :s a spirited speak er, and in the ooarse of his sermon he offered substantial argaments in favor of obrietianitr. The gentleman was here oniy for one night and those who did not attend laBt night's meeting missed an oratorioal treat. All the oity churches exoept the Oatbolio church no services out of the usual order will be held to-morrow, Good Friday. At the Catholic ohuroh lit. Rev. Bishop Marty rill officiate in the morning at the observance of toe anni versary of the ornoifixiop, at 9 a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m. and at 7:80 p. m. servioes with Bermon will be held. At 4 o'olock the nsual evening prayer will ooonr at Christ ohuroh. In the United States oonrt to-day two indictments were reported against Rowland Raes, the Hurley postmaster, for embezzlement, to one of whioh the defendant plead guilty and was fined $50. No indiotment was found against J. E. Hannard, who has been held for several months pqst oharged with selling liquor to IndianB. W. D. Stiles', of Sioux Falls, who is in Yankton as a petit juror, Burvey Cabbage at Carney's. been couple of Bew A. M. iu efeoting for Limself a home ouet street property. Dix, who came in from Dead- wooa yesterday, brought with- him Wm MoDjnald, an insane man who was plaoeil the asylum.for treatment. This unfortunate Individual was, the victim of the oavinor in ol a mine in the Blaok Hills. A heavy timber fell on bis bead. Last evening O. J. B. Harris received telegram from Olark Brothers, real estate agents at Sionx City, notifying hitn that the bargain had been dosed 'or the sale of his forty on Douglas •renae northwest of the oollege. This forty went feif $7,000 and is dirt cheap that. The, option wm taken several Weeks ago. The United States grand Jury goes J. £1. Bruce—has commenced oeiving his new spring goods. resi Cor Sale at a Bargain. 151 aores of good land, 40 aores broken with small house, good well and water ohoioe hay land six miles north of Yank ton, inquire of JOHN ZINOERMANN, d&w Centreville, Dakota. ew Goods. Mrs. Add Wlilsler's new goods have arrived and will be open for inspection to-morrow. All the ladies of the city, are invited to visit the store to-morrow aud see for themselves this elegant line of milllne ry. Real Estate for Sale—1 have a few bouses-and lots whioh I will sell at lew prioes. Terms all oasb or one half down and balanoe on time at ten per oent. Parties wishing to purchase, will please call at my store on Dooglas ave. -"-^par iPSW The grand jury finished its labors at noon to-lay and was discharged. All the petit jurors who had been summoned reported at the oalling of the roll this morning aDd no Bpecial venire was neoessary to com plete the panel. The trial of jury oaBes will begin to-morrow. sayB that the Duluth and Willmar surveyors are at present at work near the PalieadeB, a locality about sixteen miles northeast of Sioux Falls, on the line of the survey already made between Pipestone and Sioux Falls. The sarveyors have not yet completed the line, but on a considerable portion of the stakes have been set. Mr. Stiles says the people of Sious Falls are of the opinion that the two banuer cities of Dakota, Sioux Fails and Yankton will be oonneated by the Du luth very soon and that such a con nection would be of the greatest benefit to both plaoes. The surveyors have not yet started toward Yankton from 8ionx Falls, as the survey between the Palisa des and Sioux Falls is not finished. Oranges 10 cents per dozen at POUTER'S. Semi-liocal Clipping*. Sioux City Journal: Yankton is anxious tc boom. It is subordinating politics and other things tj this desire. Therefore a business tioket was made for the municipal election of last Monday, with James H. Teller ex-seoretary of the territory, at its head. The ticket, however, was too respeotabie to suit the saloonkeeper, and they, steered a oitizena tioket in to the field and the. business tioket oame to be known as the temperance tioket. But the temperance tioket got there in good shape all the same. The saloon keepers are always going ont of their way to get stepped on. there is no issue against them, they tumble around promisoouely until tb«y develop one. H. E. $1500, Private funds to loan on city or farm prop ©rty. K. T. WHITE. J. R. Sflmborn & Son's furniture warerooms. A oomplet? line of all olasses of furniture, upholstering and undertaking. W atches, diamonds, tdlver goods aud spectacles, at the jewelry store ot H. *. CLAii K: & CO.. Yunkton, D. T. Vi 1— Hotel cut to the asylum,,this evening for the take down, clean, store and put back Purpoae of enjoying a dance with the plooo next fall yoar stoves for the suull mates of the asylum, A and Boarding House for Sale or Kent. The Qriflin property, situated on the corner of Oedar and Fifth street known as the Central hotel tot sale or rent, .Looatiop convenient to theNorthwestern depot. "WrtLiAM P. DEWET, USTHerald please oopy. Latest and best styles oi Ladies', Misat-s' and Chil dren's slippers ever shown Y&nkton at REVISED FREIGHT RATES. What Hi Inter-Ktnle t'ommmr Law Will tlo for Yankton—A Sew Tariff List Issued. Under the inter-slate oommeroe law a new system and sohedule of freight ratee went into effeot on the 5th inst. The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad oompany has already instructed its represeniativts relative to charges and Agent Dean, of this station, hue given us some figures relatiug thereto. Kates for shipments between Yankton and Chioago, Milwaukee, Raoine and Baoine Junction are quoted as follower New rates—oar load classes—Salt, cement and stuooo, per owt, 21^o horses or mules, per oar, $80 hogs or oattle, per owt, 85o, sheep, per owt, 35a. On- merchandise, per owt—First class $1.Q§, second olass 85o, third olass 65c, fuurili class 45a. On merchandise, speqial car load olasBes, per owt—Fifth CIBSB, 35o, olass A 37o, (this inoludes farm machinery), olaBS 33c, olass 28o, olasa 24a, olass lOo. Old rates—Salt, oement and stuoco 21%o per owt, horses and mules $85 per oar, hogs and oattle $75 per oar, sheep SCO per oar. Merchandise, per owt— First olaaa.$110, Beoond olass 85o, third olast 65 c, fourth olass 45s, fifth olass 35c, olass A 47c, class 383, olass O 33o, class D2Sii, Bates for shipment between Yankton and St. Paul and Minneapolis are quoted as follows: New rates—Merchandise per owt— First class 853, second.olass 70a, third olass 55c, lonrth class 40o. Merchandise, speoial oar load olasses, per owt—Fifth olass 32o, olass A 32i), olass 28., class O 23c, OIUBS 20c, olass E 16s, Old rates—Merchandise, per -owt— First olass 85c, seoond CIUBB 70a, third olass OOo, fourth olaBS 45o. Special car load olasses per owt—Fifth olass 34o, olass A 352, class 30o, olass 25o, olaBS 20o. On freight between Yankton and Chi oago, Milwaukee, Bioine and Racine Junction the new tariff makes reduc tions as follows per owt: First olass 5o, class A 10c, olass 5a, olass O 5o, class 4o. This reduotion applies, with the one exoeption of first olass, to speoial oar load olasses and is valuable to jobbers and implement dealeis. Oattle and hogs are reduoed about $10 per oar. On freight between Yankton and St. Paul and Minneapolis reductions are as follows, per owt: Third olass 5o, fourth olacs 5o, fifth olass 2o, speoial oar load olabses—A 3o, 2c, O 2a. The revised gram tariff makes rates to Chioago and Milwaukee, from Yankton, as follows per owt: Flax seed 35a, wheat, flour and meal 30j, rye, barley, bran and millstnffs 26a, Tow in bales at owners risk from fire 2So per owt. The rate on pork bouse product iB 35o per owt, an increase of five cents Briok will be shipped to all Dakota points tributary to Yankton yards for40o per 1000, a decrease of ten cents. The new tariff makes important live stock reductions. Sheep will now oost an average of $42 per car, old rate $60: hogs an average of $60, old rate $75 horses or mnles, $80, old rate $85. Ou oattle there is no material ohacge in rate. All stock exoept horses and muleB are to go by weight. They will be weighed at points of shipment,, where there are scales, and otherwise the ship pers weight will be aooepted, to bo veri fied at.destination. Bates from Sioux City to Yankton are twenty per oent higher than before. The Chioago & NorthweBtern hab not yet issued its new tariff table. Agent Wioker says the ooal rate from Chioago to Yankton will be $4 per ton and that there will be about three oents per hun dred reduotion on lumber from all northern Miohigan points- touched by the Northwestern, re- 1B JACOBiMAX& SON. Stoves Stored—H. VV. Pike will larga number of1 prioo of 83.00 per A W* po-r ml .if* W» A choice line of house plants, among which are three easter lilies at Carney's, Oranges 10 oentB per dc zwn at PoBTElt'S. THE STREfcT CAR LlfiE. Temporary Organization ot the Com pany—Stock IloAks Opened. A meeting of the directors of the Yankton street oar company, the gentle men named'in the articles of incorpora tion, was held last evening at the rooms of the telegraph sohoc-1. The pur pose of the gathering was the creation of a temporary organization. By unanimous vote of the direotors present the following were eleoted as temporary offioers of the oompany.' President—0. J. B. Harris, of Tank ton Vice president—S, D. Hocle, of Sioux Oity. Seoretary—J, It. Hanson, of Yankton TruAauror—F. J. £.ahn, ot Xankton. E, M. O'Brien and F. M. Ziebaoh were appointed a committee to draft the by laws.of the oompany, and B. W. Stoddard and James Puok, of tjioux Oity and Hughes East, F. Li, VanTas el and 3. T. Sargent of Yankton were appointed a oomnaittee to solicit sub scriptions to the capital stook. The stook books of the oompany have been opened and parties desiring to seoure stock will be aooommodated. The oapital stook is limited in the artioles of incorporation to $10,900. This will build and equip about three miles of railway and if it beoomes neoesuary the oapital can be in creased. In the by-laws to' be prepared the date of the annual eleotion will be named and after the adoption of these by-laws the permanent, offioers of the oompany will be obosen. There was considerable talk an.ong the direotors last evening about plaoing a motor car on the line to rnn to the fairgrounds aud insane asylum. On the business streets it was decided to run horse power. Work opon the street oat line will probably te oommenoed within a months though the charter gives the oompany nntil the' flftit oi July to begin operations. am kow|fel^r prepared tKui e*er to do all kinds of house painting, paper toning and deooratio^. AU otdejv ^ill -Tiit ""4 reoeive prompt attention, prioes reason able and workmanship the best. Shop Capitol street north of Swift's lumber yard. JOHN LANO. Oranges 10 oents per dozen at PORTEK'S.- ON A HABEAS CORPUS. The Cose otJ 1%. True Argued and the Defendant Kemanded to ihe C'ustndy Oftlie Sheriff. J. N. True, escorted by David Bellon, sheriff of Hutohiuson county, G. B. Harben, district attorney of Hutobinson county and 8. M. Duboll,county superin. tendent of schools in Hutchinson oonnty, reached Yankton last night and at 7:30 Judge Tripp heard the argument under the writ of habeas corpus opon whioh Ttue'e case was brought to Yankton. The offense with whioh N. True is oharged is the publication of an alleged false and inaoonrate report of the proceedings in a justice court. The oase descriptive whioh the acoonut was published was one wherein a man named Ebersdofer was arrested and taken before a justioe upon a complaint charging him with giving away whisky on election day. In reoounting the trial Mr. True, in the Olivet Herald, says that Ebersdofer was bulldczed and imposed upon and in the same article he expresses his opinion of a so-oalled Dakota oity mob. For pub lishing thiB True was arrested and plaoed in jail. Upon a writ of habeas corpus he was brought to Yankton for Judge Tripp to decide whether or not the alleged offence was a triable and bailable crime. In deciding this matter Judge Tripp did not euter into the considera tion of the guilt or innooenoe of the ac cused, but finding the papers in the oase to be of suffloient validity he remanded True into the custody of the sheriff with an order allowing him to give bail in Bum of $500. MeBsrs. B. Tripp and S. A. Baylss, of Yaakton appeared for Mr. True and P. Harben appeared for Hutchinson oounty. I'lillSOXAl,. F. I. Furr went norih on business this morning. E. P. Wilcox is at home from a. busi ness trip eaat. A. Gale, of Bioux Falls, is in Yankton es a petit juror. Mrs, Frank Evans went to Sionx City for a visit this morning. John Foster, oity marshal at Chamber lain, Dakota, js in the oity. Miss Alice Weeks, of Chioago, is visit ins MisB Wioker in Yankton. Ephraim Miner returned last evening from a business visit to Chioago.. Hon. R. F. Pettigrew, of Sioux Falls, is in Yankton to-day on business. C. L. VanDyke returned last night from business.visit to Sionx Falls. Frank J. Wilcox and Will Lynoh re turned from Valley Springs last night. D. E. Bailey, of Yankton agency is at tending United States court in this oity. E. F. Potter, toadmaster of the North western railroad, is in the oity from Huron. Fred W. Gurney returned last night to bis duties as a student at' Yankton oollege. Lieut. B. W. Hoyt, of Bismarok, arrived at noon to-day and will do oonrt doty iu Yankton for a week. G. P. Harben, S. M, Daboll, David Bellon and J. N. True, of Olivet, Hutch inson oounty, were in the oity last night. O.O.Morrow, United States com missioner at Chamberlain, Dakota, called at the counting room of the Press and Dakotaian this forenoon. If you want great bargains come and see our job lots ot boots and shoes. JACOB MAX & SON. Money to loan on real state or ohattle Beaurity. E. H. VanIAvtwwb, Abstract Offioe. The finest Misses' and Chil dren's spring heel shoes at JACOB MAX & SON. Wk*s Baby wy aide, w« bar CMtorla, \Then the WM A Child, ihe oried for Castoria, VThen the became Itlaa, ihe elanf to CaatorU, Whwx lb* had Ohildnn, ih* gar* thara Uaateria, jSL D. To all who nro suflorliig from the orron ,nd Indlficrotlons oi youth, liervoup weakness, eurly doeay, loss of manhood, kc., I will Bead a roclpo that will cure you. FREE OF CHARGE. This groat remedy was discovered by a missionary in South Amorlca, Send a eoll-oddressed envelope to the BEY. JOSEPH T. INMAN, Station D, New York Invigorate the IMgeat^n. BSANDRETH'S PILLH invigorate the digestion and stimulate the torpid liver and bowels, they cleanse the blood and impart new vigor to the body. One or two every night for a week will usually be all that is required. For Constipation or Uyspepsia one or two taken every night will, in a short time effeot an absolute oore. THE YANKTON Silver Cornet Banc WILL Meet its Friends in the Merry Dances AT TTJENER HALL, On the Ererxing of the 11th of April, 1887. r:k(^%r ,jg Klotz crol intra The celebrate! Will (arnish musie, 'a i« -'aif *1.00. -4» ACTUAL A A I N THE BRIGHTEST, THE HANDSOMEST, THE CHOICEST, THE RICHEST, 'IHE LARGEST, THE FINEST, THE BEST, and THE CHEAPEST Spring Stock in Dakota! •Thrill rp,,., T4- when you need JUUU -Liy At anything in seas onable, reasonuble, fashionable Clothing, ents'. Furnishing Goods Hats and Caps. A Clean Fresh Stock —AND— opular Prices. Cut out my card its like cut ting the coupon of a bond—wortn money —you know. HARRY KRTZ Next door west of Nat. Bank. That right within easy reach is the newest, neatest, nicest, and cheapest stock of Spring Goods it has ever been your privilege to gaze upon? Do You Comprehend That here under your very nose is the best stock long experience, good judgment and hard cash can call together? Do You Want Proof That such a place exists! You can have it any time, good tangible proof too, in the shape of honest, stylish, high grade CLOTHING for Men, Youth, Boys and Children. GENTS FURNISHING GOODS at scale of prices that Will make you-exclaim By George, It's Sol And it is so, and it always will be so as long as that old reliable Clothing Store of a" Harry Katz's Continue to raise the quality and lower the price at "flTVS 4 West 3d St.", .* •i L. YANKTON.'sh .DiLKOTA »Uyfe Ka? j.v?j3e^ sT--^ 43 Surrounded by the richest cuuntry on the continent. By examining the records of the Register of Deeds office it will be seen that over :di tzj Worth of property has changed hands since March 1st,' ii§7? A Bridge across the River, Three New Railroads, A Street Car Line, The Electric Light, A Linseed Oil Mill, A new Chamber of Commerce Building, A palatial Grand Army llall, A $100,000 addition to Hospital, And numerous other enterprises, be too late. E M. O'Brien's REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. ae-A LONG LIST OF-©ft Third Street, opposite Morrison Hotel,. 9L -a*. it Ifroperty NST"AT OLD PRICES.-^ft •4 1 $b) fi@"FARMS and STOCK RANCHES in Yankton and adjoining counties. J. FOR SALE! ALL KINDS OF Landed Property Eight Hundred City Lots. One Thousand Farms Lots and Land sold at Low prices. Small tracts of Land in and adjoining the City of Yankton. g®rMoney advanced on all property to MILLION DOLLARS. 514'' 3 Office hours-r-10 A. M. to 4. P. REAL ESTATE AGENT 'A' MS tfs mt'jffhi 'f in all parts of South Dakota will furnish Money to purchasers who wish to make im-, provementa, and will make rebate. Frame Houses AND Brick Houses r*r«r FOR SALE ON LOW TERMS. fltgfMy office was established in 1874. I control over sixty per cent, of the city of Yankton.. r|, RBITSBEKCKS: FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Yankton. EDMUNDS & SONS, Yankton. McKINNEY & SCOUGAL, Yankton. Consult me before you buy. Parties are making money every day buying of me. G. W. ROBERTS, ..iwS* Catch on nowi To-morrow may *1 a iff nr\" B®-Several hundred acres adjoining city limits, suitable for plat ting into additions. Publishers of THE DAKOTA REAL ESTATE REGISTER! Hanson & Harris I- I v-vst jwi w, 3 A S&i- iV -S |I the amount of ONE & ...-Mr.