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it, is. on. IK er] 0o.| nt. )US ME. ir.""" (beatrti itel Hf ?.* ter I irtejlo Battel KM* se. tm Satortaiaa YANKTON, S. D„ APRIL N, I8S9. THB wuiau. L30AI. OBBBBTATIO»»—1UDI OK 7T*H WIT BUI nn-iuTixioi 12M nm *BOV* niimL, Wat Department. DiTiaion of T«I«gr»n», to» tk* bnefil of Ooaomene and Ininutan. H|Ul RNVIM0.8. A.. Xuktoik. April 11,'89. Tims. Ies'day,7 lOOp.m. To-day. 7i00».m. ill Has. Zberssoastsr ES. Kin. Thermometer 18. tDenotes traoe of rain fall. Aaaainaboine Biamarok Bafcrd Haron Helena Xankton. ts, I lit 28.78 29.80 Old'y Bain. O. N. OBWELL. Sergeant. AT TABIOD8 POIHT8. Yankton Signal Statioa, April 10—Be porta have been received to-day aa follows from north went signal atationai Barom'tei. PuOL A 1 29.80 "ii" 29.78 38 29.68 46 29 W 88 29 60 48 Fair. Fair. Oli'T Olear U.B. WELLS &LANSM0N The Stationers. DAILY BULLETIN A fine display of ART MA TERIALS jnst In, We have al. •o a Fine display of studies which we will offer until Thurs day only. iiOOAh ItAWKiVB Company E meets for squad drill this evening. Trees and towns have changed their oolor to-day. Charley Taylor is moving bit furniture •look into Banker'* blook. Thii moist are is as good as getting Banker's forty—there's prosperity in it, To-day's boom comes from above— the source of all that is good for the creatures here below. Bath the petit and grand juries of the territorial oourt are to report for work nest Tuesday morning. Forty-eight hundredths of sn inch of rain had fallen up to two o'olook this afternoon and prospects are good for more. What is known as the long term of the supreme oourt of Dakota will con vene in Yankton on the 14 th of next month. Thirsty eisterns are drinking their fill. Being somewhat unaocustomed to the invigorating beverage, they need to be looked after. Judge Roberts to-day sold the Van Ostrand lot, 26x88, on Third street ad' joining Ooates' blook. for$3,600, to Jobs Malienney, of Sioux Falls. A fifty thousand dollar hotel is talked of and so earnestly that twenty thousand was subscribed to the enterprise to-day. It the other thirty thousand la BOOB red, it is a go. There will be publie exercises in the high sohool room to-morrow afternoon at two o'olook, given by the members of the junior eless. Those interested are invited to attend. A eash offer of twenty thousand dol lar# was refused last night for the Quaker forty, north of the oollege, on Soigiii avenue. This forty was wanted by an outside syndicate The street sprinkler resteth from his oause it to ran down the baoka of the .]a»t aad the unjust through the same eave spout. There can be no more danger from prairie fires. The rain has drowned out -4ts germs. The prairies will aooa be vtovHsd with a aew life, a new growth, whioh will efface the aoers of the oalaia i,, 1 sfesA GEO. E. ATW ater & CO. YANKTON, DAKOTA. ity of tho 2nd iDst. The maohmsry of rioultaral head of the great repair ehop has been put in Sonth Dakota, motion. David Donaldson and Mons Bloom, of thin city, were before Court Commis sioner Edgerton to-day, charged with selling liquor to Indians. They waived examination and gave $200 bail eaoh lor their appearanoe if indioied by the next United States grand jary Last evening early a break in the new eleotrio light engine pat oat all the lights and gioom prevailed daring the night. A duplioate of the broken part of the en gine was telegraphed (or, bat on its ar rival to-day it was fonnd to be a misfit. There will be no eleotrio lights to-night. The real estate offices have been mostly vaoant to day, the agents being oat on the hills in the rain showing lots and blocks and forties to customers. There are many outside parties looking aronnd to-day and numerous selections have been made. The demand for property keeps up,but is greater to-day for lots and blooks than tor lerties. Four indiotments were foand by the late United States grand jary. Two are against H. D. Lowe, of Chamberlain and one against John EiBhtre. of Chamber lain, for Belling liqaor to Indians. These parties gave bonds for their appearanoe at the next term of oonrt and were re leased. The fourth indiotment is against Wm. E. Jones, of Charles Mix oounty, charging him with laroenoy of government cattle. He is also under bonds. Oen. KUbutn Knox was recently ap pointed superintendent of the soldiers home near Milwaukee in plaoe of Gen. Sharp resigned. Gen, Knox will be re membered by many old Tankton set tiers. He was a oaptain in the 22nd United States regulars and was stationed at Sioux FaliB in 1866-7. when there WM nothing there but a military post and barracks. He is a son of the late Judgs Knox of Pennsylvania, apd served with distinguished oredit during the civil war. Yankton has its proportion of dog in the manger citizens—men who will do nothing to eneoarage the march of pros perity and will permit no one else io perform their duty for them—men who by the aoeidents of fortune have oome into possession of property and are oon tent to stand quietly in their traoks and selfishly allow their neighbors to make them rioh. Tliere is BO way of reaohing suoh people. No appeal to public spirit will touoh them. We mention their eases merely because they are here and it is in time and tone to deplore their presence. A correspondent of the New York Tribune, h. E. Qaigg, is taking in Yank ton to-day as one of the points of in terest in wide field assigned him by the home Office- His mission is to traverse the two Dakotas and Washing ton and Montana territories—the four ooming states—and give the Tribune series of letters pertaining to resooroes, facilities, improvements, wants, etc The Tribune will spread itself over this immense domain and give it the atten tion its importance demands. Mr. Qaigg does not appear in the rele of a solicitor, He is leaning things about oar western empire and writing from the knowledge aequired. The rain that has fallen during the past twenty-four hours ends the most protracted drouth known to this section since agriculture baoeme a recognised industry. Thanks to the aooommods ting nature of our soil—which adapts it •elf to drouth or flood with equal facility —the long dry spell has wrought no in jury to crop prospects. The seed that was sown has gathered its first impulse from the moisture stored in the spongy depths of our prairie lcam and has labors. It was ever thus. The early street sprinkler is a public blessing. Be qoiokeaed to meet the runs mow released eau woo a rain storm from afar off aad from the elosds. Nature will respond to this aqueous visitation the plains will take en a garb ot green and the fields wilt put forth their vernal oolor. The faith of the agriculturalists who have all alu)g insisted that the rains would oome in good time was well ImmiM The rainsShave come, and in if ood time. The weather eye of the a&- the universe is on THE NEW DEAL. Changes in the Official MaBacemei of the insane Aaylnm. As was briefly noted yesterday, the new board of insane asylum trustees has made a change in the managing officials of that institution. Superintendent Roane prestentsd his resignation to the board and for the va oant plaoe Dr. H. F, Livingston and Dr. Uravensj of Yankton, aad Dr. B. A Waid, of Gary, were applicants. Dr Livingston was selected as the supsrin tendent. For the position of assistant superin tendent Dr. Roane and Dr. Marpby were applicants and Boane was chosen with the understanding that bis appoint ment was temporary. It was the opinion of the board that it was not sdvisable to make the ohangeB too sweeping, the wel fare of the patients being considered. For the position of steward Dr. J. A. Potter, H. B. Murphy, Ole Sampson Ole Peterson, Wm. Way and Jaoob Sie bert, of Yankton, aqd H. Burllngame, of Watertown, were applicants. Dr. Pot ter was elected steward. This action on the part of the board restores to the insane asylum two of the resident offioers fired out by order of Gale—Dr. Livingston and Dr. Potter. The former was assistant superintendent and is promoted to supsrintendent and the latter is given his former position, that ot steward. These gentlemen have proven themselves by long and faithful servioe to be well qualified for the duties to which they have been appointed. Dr. Boane, the new assistant superin tendent, has served aooeptably as super intendent sinoe Dr. Baobanan went out. The new deal at the insane asylam is highly satisfactory to the public. The board allowed the aooounts ot the institution for Mat oh. Thinga are now in smooth tunning shape. F. 8. —The asylum has subscribed for the Press and Dakotaian, and emploees oaugbt reading it will not be discharged. liite Inaimaes. The total abstinenoe department of the North Amerioan Mutual Benefit as soeiation of Obioago affords an example of the most careful, conservative and at the same time enterprising management among co-operative life associations. Its growth has been unprecedented, the membership aggregating 3,000 In fifteen months. O. G. Clark Is acting as agent for Yankton and vioimty, who will take applications and give nectssary infor mation. Speeial Inducements offered for a short time. O'Brlen'a JBaat Katate Bales. Sales have been made as follows day by £. M. O'Brien: Lot 13, blook 7. Todd's Yankton, M. O'Brien to D. McDevitt, $1,000. H. A. Bohorgge to unnamed buyer, half of lot 3, blook 11, Todd's Yankton, $1,200, ToW.S. O'Brien, of Sioux City, 50x300 feet on upper Third street, $760. E. G. Smith to John Mallanney, Bioux Falls, lots 1 to 9 and lot 12, blook 1, and lots 3,12 and west half lots 7,8 and 9, blook 2. $1,500. 8. W. Smuggest to John Mallonney, lots 11,12,13,14,17,18,19.20,27 and 28, bloek 6. North Yankton, $1,600. O'Brien's total sales sinoe Maroh 29th, $169,006. 12 Lots—In Potter's addition. $513 each, for a few days. JOHN L. PKHNINOEON, Acres end Lots. Boom mouldings, 8 different styles to seleot from at O. B, TATLOB'B, Warranted gasoline stoves at A large fruits at J. C. MOBHUKN'S stock of efaoioe evaporated GABNXT'S. Extra fine cranberries at OABNXX'B, MI— T. M. Bsste Just returned from the east with a complete line of spring and summer millinery goods.. AU the latest styles and soveltiea in stock iiow. Antwer to the oall, Shouting the ttioux jfalla Constitution. Ohorui:— See the Bargains STATEHOOD RALLYINttSON«. BY 0. O. OLABK. We will rally now for tUtehood, Rally every one* Shooting the Bioux Falls Constitution. We will gather from the prairies, We'll gather from the hills. Shouting the Bionx Falls Constitution. Chorus:— Dakota forever, bnrrah, boys, barraht -AT- FOGERTY & 40 acre tract south and east of fair ground, $15,000, this one of tho inest forties in Yankton. 40 acres Joins West Yankton on the southwest, the finest forty in the west part of the city, $8,500. Bargain in hotel property. Commercial hotel will accommodate over forty guests with large barn and out buildings with about 4 lots. Mce $7,000, one third cash, ballance 8 per cent. The above includes furniture and all the utensels. Big bargains, fine two story residence with three lots, corner of Green and Fourth street, nice lawn, trees and shrubery for only $3,500, one third cash. Lois in all parts of the city, prices from $75 to $5,000 each. We have three fine business lots on Douglas avenue between 3rd and 4tb streets. Prices $2,000 and $2,500. We have three of the finest corners on Fourth street between Broadway and Walnut streets. Prices $4,500 to $10,000. If you want bargains in any kind of city property call and see Fogerty & Oarr Third Street Between Cedar and Walnut Streets. Work now it ever, early and late. While we rally with a will bojs, rally for the state. Bhouting the Bionx Falls Constitution* We will stand ereot like freemen, To right a grievous wrong. Bhouting the Bioux Fails Constitution. We will oreak the galling fetters. Holding us so lone* Bhouting the Sioux Falls Constitution, Chorus:— Mow for statehood we are striving. Our wacchword it shall be, Bhouting the Bioux Falls Constitution. Marobing onward now to battle. We are sure of victory, Bhouting the Bioux Falls Constitution. Ohorus:— We are ooming to the front now, Ooming one and *11, Shouting the Sioux Valla Constitution. With onr ballot, we will answer, rJBMBOSAt,. Isaao Oope, of Vermillion, was in town to-day. Oarl Hand departed yesterday for his Montana home. Major J. W. Evans, of Woonsocket, is visiting Yankton. E.G. Kennedy, of Parser, was in YanktonLlast night. Marshal|Maratta has gone to Sioux Falls to attend oiurt. J. V. Oonklin, of Oanton, is one of the strangers in town to-day. Daniel Wise, of Bioax Oity, is taking a look at his Yankton property. W. H. Saxton and 1. E. Thomas, of Haron, were among to-day's arrivals. L.E. Qaigg, correspondent of the New York Tribune, is in Yankton lot day. Trustees Dahl, Taloott and Snow, of the insane asylam, have gone to their homes. Oyrus Walis, A. J. Rowland, T. H. Bobinson, M. £'. Wider and Alex Stern of Sioux Fall*, have been enjoying fankton's'rain storm to-day. Mr. Stern will be recognised as an old Yanktonian. Mrs. Mary Roberts, mother of Jadge Roberts, airtved last night from Dodge ville, Wisconsin, and will probably make Yankton her home. Mrs. S. E Roberts, of Beloit, Kansas, Judge Rob erts' sister-in-law, will leave for home to-morrow. The Golden Eagle don't cover their front and sidewalk's with fiotioioas sizes and cheap John prices as a oatoh penny dodges. But sell at strictly one prioe end save you 25 per oant. A card. I have this day rsceived from the Northwestern Masonic aid association three thousand five hundred (3500) dollars being the fall payment of the benefit money payable by said associa tion, on aoooant of the death of my hasbaad, Wm. H. Sanborn. This Bam was paid me, by A. G. Fol ier, their Yankton agent, without any discount, cost, or expense, whatever. A SABAH E. SANBOBN. Persons thinking of attaining life in surance would do well to oonsult Mr. Fuller before plaoing their insurance, as the Northwestern Masonic aid associa tion is the most economical of any of the life insurance companies. Applica tions received from persons not masons as well as masons. The Golden Eagle came to stay, and atay they will as there is lots of room for that new olothing establishment. Fresh lettuoe, radishes and onions at OABHXT'B. Anew invoice ot spring hats just received at Msa. A. WHISLBB'S. Oall and see the patterns in bonnets, toques and hats at E. J. MOBBOW'B, Remember the (lolden Eagle has new goods and toiU.not ask greet big prioes ancftake less—so yon ere never sure ot what you ere getting nor oen yon save anything—one prioe system will always save you money. To Builders. All persons desiring to bid on three houses about to be built by me oen ob tain particulars by oalling at my offioe Friday or Saturday morning. Bids must be in by Tuesday next at noon. J. T.M. PIXBCB, The Cardinal gasoline stove the beet, the most improved in the world at J. O. Homrat Monarch vapor stoves, the best on earth, for sale by BBAUOH&SON. Card From (SrlBwootf Brothers, Yankton, Dak., March 16th, 1889—We beg to return oar sinoere thanks to the people of Yankton for their appreciation of oar efforts here, daring the past five years in the building line, especially briok and atone work which we shall strive to deserve. We work on and su pervise all work entrusted to our oharge, are experienced meohanics, as quite a number of our people ean vouoh for. We ase the best material and labor in the market. And now that our boom is ooming we solioit a continuance of your favors. Estimates for pnblio and private buildings promptly famished. The Pablio Servants. GBIHWOOD BBOTHEBS. Brioklayers and stone outters, West Fourth street, Yankton. Go to WAGONERS For Your Fine Easier Cards. Stationery, Picture Frames &o. at bottom Prioes. Every Boy and Girl buying a five or ten cent tablet gets a ehfomo free. MOBRISON BLOCK •ash YAXKTON „DABXHA •a?. NEW GOODS JACOB MAX'S AT LOW PRICES 327 and 329 Broadway Yankton^ OVEB THE BOSTON. fv it', 1111 Acre Property. 40 Acres east of Adler 40 $6,000 40 Acres east of Ohiman 40. 6,000 40 Acres adjoining Catholic See 40. 4,000 40 Acres on Douglas avenuo 6,000 40 Acres on Douglas avenue 4,000 40 Acres on Douglas avenue 5,000 40 Acres on Douglas avenue 6,000 80 Acres adjoining Brooks on east. 12,000 40 Acres adjoining West Yankton 8,500 252 Acres within Smiles limit on Douglas avenue $50 per acre. 70 Acres adjoining Pettigrew syndicate 12,500 10 Acres on Douglas avenue, very choice 2,500 East 20 acres Bunker 40 10,000 E. M. O'BRIEN, REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, BUNKER'S BLOCK. Twenty-five Years in the Business. HANSON & HARRIS Real Estate Opposite the Morrison House THIRD STREET. I-#? •a"" *2 $ II 'W C. R. ELLIS, veterinary Burgeon Dentist. 7AVKTOH .DAKOTA.