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YANKTON, S. D., APRIL 17,
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We Need Some Good Houses to Rent,
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Wit Department, Divinion of Tolsffruni, #or the
benefit of Oommeroe and Agrioultnre.
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Slax. Thermometer 68.
Mia. Thermometer 45.
tDenotes trace of rain fall.
Need Some Good Business Property te Rent,
Ie lei Some Inside lets te Sell en Easy Tens,
le Need Some fell Located Business Property lo Sell.
Fogy
O. N. OSWELL, Sergeant.
AT VARIOUS POINTS.
Yankton Signal 8tation, April 17—Be
porta
I have been reoeived to-day as follows from
Burth west signal stations:
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Tlio Stationers.
DAILY BULLETIN
Don't Forget
The grand oratorio of the Messiah,
Tuesday, April 23rd, at Congregational
ohuroh, by Iankton ohoral anion. Beats
OB
tale Friday next.
JUOVA.li MjAMSACB
U. Q. Mayo the Chicago piano toner
will bs here next month.
A teem belonging to Win. M. Powers
(an away this afternoon, shattering a
baggy.
Norfolk votes on the Yankton & Nor
folk railroad bonds next Tuesday, (he
231ioet.
The "willing hearts" will hold a fair
in the Congregational obnroh on Wed*
nuday evening, Apiil 34th,
Those eleotrio light masts on Dougles
neiae Will have to be transplanted
Men the street railroad starts that way.
Oua of the biggest real estate deals ol
Ilia spring is nearly consummated this
'(ternoon. It will be made publio in
doe time.
It is probable that the Yates oement
faotory may be located in Yankton and
tbe raw material brought here from
down the river on barges.
With workmen bnsy on a street rail
way, sewerage, an opera house and a
big hotel the season's construction busi
Bess will have a fair start.
It was probably an oversight that the
obief engineer invited the connoil to ia
•peet the flre department next Monday
•nd didn't invite the mayor.
Graders are at work this afternoon
"Hktng the traok for the firemen's tour
nament exercises on tbe grounds jast
north of the III iae on Walnut street.
For sale in WEST YANKTON 9 acres
pretty as a picture, call and get price.
It is a snap! In just 1-4 mile from city
limits a 40 acres which is level as a floor
and from which the College and town can be seen
for $5,ooo.
GEO. E. ATWATER & CO
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
vited by telegraph to oenfer with the
oommittee, whioh will report immediate
ly thereafter.
Dr. James Koane, assistant superin.
tendent of the insane asylum, has noti
fied members of the board of trustees
that he will present his resignation at
the next mee^ng of tfce board, May 7tb.
It ic understood that a Sioux Falls
pbysioian will be appointed to succeed
Dr. Roane.
By some unknown change in connec
tions St. Paul mail reaohes Yankton
thirteen hours earlier than during the
winter, restoring tbe old order of set
vice. St. Paul morning papers form
erly arrived at eleven o'olock the next
forenoon. Now they are reoeived at ten
o'clock the eume evening.
The officials of the Yankton, Norfolk
& Southwestern railroad are making ar
rangements to mn preliminary line
from Yankton to Creighton, Neleigh
and Albion. This movement, reliable
authority says, contemplates a possible
1 failure on the part ol Norfolk to vote
I the bonds asked for. In that event Nor
folk will lose the road.
Governor Pennington is the largest
owner of Third street property, having
225 feet front, and he is strongly in fa
vor of sewerage. He believes in it as a
9anitary measure, as a oonvenienoe and
BB
a boomer of valaes. Third street
property will be worth a great deal more
than tbe oost of sewerage by tbe time
the work is completed.
A
t'*ok 350 yards long will be leveled.
Frank Wells is some better, though
that picture ol him in tbe St. Paul
GLOBE WBB
a rade shook—one liable to
overthrow a less hardy constitution than
h'9. As it is, he is shattered tempore
Wily.
Tuesday evening ol? next week Yank
tons ohoral union will produoe tbe
Watotio of the Messiah at the Congre
gational ohurob, This will be a grand
•nosioal feast. The ohoral union is fully
ftqoal to the teak.
Brooe 4 Austen sold to-day lots 15
•oj 16 of N. E. block,
fit
East
Yankton,
tbe property of A. J. Carpenter, to
Damasen Karlawite, for 8350-. Also lot
block 38, oollege hill, E. A. Brnoe to
Adler & Ohlman, $250.
The ordinance committee of tbe ooun
has examined the street railway chari
er and is re«dy to report favorably
thereon, Mr. Pettigrew baa been in­
One of tbe prominent movers in the
opera house project expresses it as his
belief that the building will be erected
J. A. Danforth offers to build an opera
house if the lots are donated him but
it is probable that his proposition will
be rejeoted, as the projectors of the en
terprise are considerably in love with
their own speculation. They will meet
this evening to disouss the matter.
Madame O. Esperanza Luis leotured
last evening at the A. M. E. ohuroh
an interested audienae. Madame Luis
is a resident of Qonaives, Hayti and her
subjeot was "Hayti and the Haytiens.
Mooh that was instructive regarding
this litle repablio and its people was
given and she held her audienoe fully
two hours in close attention. Madame
Luis leotures again this evening, at tbe
Methodist ohurob, upon the same topic
Her leoture is well worth hearing.
In tbe distriot court the case of Wm
Law against John MoGregor, to settle
tax dispute, taken up yesterday after
noon, went to the jury at 3'30 this after'
noon. The other jurymen were then
discharged until to-morrow morning
The grand jury returned five indictments
to-day, two of them being against M. T,
MoLaughlin, for forgery ol bank cbeoks
purporting to have them issued
Bowen & Kingsbury. The other three
indiotmenls have not yet been made
publio.
Yankton has passed throngh a winter
of unexplainable and unprecedented
siokness, bringing fatalities enough to
engender serious alarm. There is usually
local oause for suoh a visitation. If
oause exists in this case it oau be ar
rived at only upon tbe theory that sew
erage is needed. With our healthful
olimate and admirable topography there
can be no other oause. Absenoe of sewer
age taints water and atmosphere and the
undergrouad storehouses where food
supplies
for the winter are kept. This
isasubieotfor profound consideration,
The oost of sewerage oounts for nothing
when the health of tbe community iB in
volved.
A oitizen passed that way while the
surveyors were laying out the grounds
for the firemen's tournament this morn
ing. He enquired of tbem what they
were doing. Surveyors always like to
have people wrap their legs around the
tripod and ask questions, so it happened
that the oitizsn was promptly answered.
He was told that they were staking out
tbe site of tbe Manitoba depot
excited him very muob, beoause
lieved it, and when lie «»me down town
and spread the news his excitement be-.
oame infections and towa lots rcBe
'rapidly until the wicked misrepresenta­
tion of the surveyors wan explained. TLe
temperature late this afternoon is about
normal.
Chairman Gamble notifies the mem'
bers of the republiaan committees
Yankton and east Hutchinson oounties
that there will be a meeting in Yankton
next Tuesday to oall a convention
nominate candidotes for delegates to the
constitutional oonventioa, requesting
them to attend.
Wanted—immediately two first olaes
dressmakers and one apprentioe at
Miss
This
he be-
E. A. Sherman, of Sioux Falls, was in
Yankton over night, departing thiB
morning.
Rubert Yates, of Omaha, projector of
the St. Helena oement works, is at the
Merohants.
Ma]or D. MoDonald and John
MoDonald, of Sioux City, were in Yaot
ton to-day.
Ed Edwards and family arrived to-day
from Sioux City, having returned to
Yankton to stay.
Business Men's Association,
Special meeting this evening at
o'olock sharp. F. J.
$3,000
of
LINDSAY'S.
Broadway, opposite Max's Btore.
J'JBHHOSA.l,.
G. P. Harban, ol Olivet, was in town
last night.
J. F. Jenal drove over !rom Harting
ton to-day.
8. W. Treesh, of Sootland, visited
Yankton last night.
H. O. Wyman and W. W. Marpee, of
Norfolk, were in town to-day.
Major Cox shows little improvement,
remaining in about the same oondition
KAHN,
President.
KxpoBttton of the Tbree Americana.
Tbe great soheme of celebrating the
400th anniversary of the disoovery of
Amerioa by Columbus at the national
oapital in 1892, has so far been matured
that its final
BuooeBS iB
no longer con­
sidered doubtful. A permanent ex
position building is to be ereoted at
whioh eighteen South Amerioan sister
republics and the empire of Brazil are
to be represented, and in whioh Spain
and Italy will participate. Ex-Gov. A.
J. Faulk of thii oity has reoeived an ap
pointment as a member of the board of
promotion, and has signified his ac
ceptance of the same. The full board
are expected to be in attendance at
Washington daring the months of
Oatober, November and Deoember 1889.
Muoh interesting information might be
given in further explanation of this
project if our spaoe would permit.
FOK SALE—Lots of good
dr-y lumber at the St. Croix
Lumber C«.
The W. C. T. U., will meet in the
Methodist ohuroh to-morrow (Thursday)
at 3 p. m. BKORBTAHT.
Cash paid for second band furniture
at H. W.
PIKE'S,
Third St.
Secd Potatoes.
For Sale—A lot of fioo seed potatoes
Apply at Florenoe bakery, Bunker's
blook, P-
BIANCHI,
H. W. Pike will oontinue in the fur
niture business at tbe old stand.
The Homeliest Man in Yankton
As well as tbe handsomest, and others are
invited to call on Ralph M, Ward ahd get
free a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam for
the Throat and Lungs, a remedy that is
selling entirely upon its merits and is
guaranteed to relieve and cure all Chronic
ind Acute Coughs. Asthma, Bronchitis and
Consumption, Large bottles 50 cents
and $1.
Upliolsteiring—of all kinds and re
pairing of furniture will be done at
Pike's furniture store at reasonable
rates.
Question- -Where can the
bestGasoline Stoves be h&d
Ans--A J,U MOKMAlNN'S
Miss T. M. Beste just returned from
the east with a oomplete line of spring
and summer millinery goods. All the
latest styles and novelties in atook now.
A* '.rA -Jj:
SANTA ABIE,
DEALERS IN
REAL ESTATE
We have a few Choice Business lots oil
Third street, Fourth street and Douglas
avenue, that will be offered for sale cheap
or a few days longer.
Also Residence lots and Residences, in
all parts of the City.
Call and see our list.
FOGERTY & CARR
214 West Third Street, Yankton.
JLiifc Insurance.
The total abstinence department of
tbe North American Mutual Benefit as
sooiation of Chioago affords an example
of the most careful, conservative and at
the same time enterprising management
among oo-operative life associations.
Its growth has been unprecedented, the
membership aggregating
3,000
in fifteen
months. C. G. Clark is aoting as ageat
for Yankton and vioimty who will take
applications and give neoessary infor
mation. Special Inducements offered
for a short time.
Monarch vapor stoves, the
best oil earth, for sale by
BRAUCH&SON.
Bewaril
$5,000
For a better or more pleasant remedy
for the ovitf of consumption, bronohial
troubles,'congb, oroup and whooping
cough than
tbe California
Axtig of consumption. Kvery bottle war
ranted. If you would be oured of that
disgnstiog disease, catarrh, use
FOBNIA OAT-B-COUE, $1
OALI
a jar by mail
$110. Sauta Abie and Oat-R-Oure are
sold and warranted by Ralph M. Ward
Choice Property lor Sale.
Southeast corner Broadway and 5th
streets 4 full lots 176x150 feet. Very
cbeap.
Fitty feet on Walnut between 3d and
4th streets. Very desirable, Call early
ia the morning for price.
HANSON & HARRIS.
New evening toilets for debutantes are
of soft Sioilienne silk, in rose pink,
magnolia, opal blue, and water green,
combined with silk lisee exquisitely
embroidered.
DISEASED BLOOD.
Humors, Blotches, Sores, Sralcs,
Crusts, and Loss of llair Cured.
Terrible Blor-d Polsou. Suffered all a man
could snfl'er and live, Face and body
covered wltliawful sores, used the Cutl
cui'ii Ka-medlex ten weeks and is practiv.
ally cured. A remarkable case.
contracted a terrible blood-poisonm? a year
ago. I doctored with tvro good phyaioiatiB,
neither of whom did me any good. I suffered
all a man oan suffer and live. Bearing of your
Outioura Hemediea I conoladed to try thera,
knowing if they did me no good they oould
mate me no worBe. I have been using them
about ten weeks, and am most happy to gay
that 1 am almost rid of th© awful Bores that
oovered my fao6 and body. My. f1aoa was as
bad. if not worse, than that of Miss Boynton.
spoken of in your book, and I would say to
any one in the same oondition, to use Outioura,
and they will surely be oured. Yon may use
thislette in the interests of suffering hu
manity. E, W. REYNOLDS, Ashland, Ohio.
Covered with Banning Sores 17 fyears.
I have been troubled with a skin and soalp
disease for seventeen years. My head at times
was one running sore, and my body was covered
with thera as large as a half dollar. I tried a
I treat many remedies wlthont tneot until 1 used
ihe Outioura Kemediee, and am thankful to
state that after two months of their use I am
entirely cured. I feel it my duty to you and
tbe publio to state tbe above oaae.
L. B. MoDOWELL, Jamesburg, N.J.
Dug and Scratched 38 years.
I go Mr. Dennis Downing ten years better,
have dng and scratched for thirty-eight years.
1 had what is termed pruritia, and have suffered
everything, and tried a number of doctors bot
got no relief. Anybody oould have got |5 i0 had
they oured me. The Outioura ltemodies oured
mo. God blew the man who invented Outioura.
CHENKY G11KEN, Cambridge, Mag*,
Cuticura Remedies
Are Bold everywhere. Prioo. Outioura, SOo..
Boap 26.. Resolvent, tl. Prepared by the Potter
Druu and Ohemioal Corporation lJoiton, Mam.
i&r-Brnd for "How to Cure Skin Diseases,
84 page. DO illustrations, and 100 testimonials
PliES, blook-heads, chapped and oily skin
#llfl prevented by Outioura Medioated Soap.
ACHING SIDES AND BACK.
Hip, kidney, and uterine pairB and
weaknesses rclievod in one minute
by the Outioura Auti-P&in Plaster,
J'aSte# the first and only Instantaneous pain
killing, strengthening plaster.
SPECIAL ELECTION NOTICE.
TVTOTIOE is hereby given that on the Taeoday
IX after the »eooad Monday of Bay next,
being the fourteenth day of May 1889, an elec
tion will be held in the several voting pro
ciuots in the couuty of Yankten, Territory or
Dakota as the same may have been fixed by law
for cleotion purposes, for the election of three
elegates to a constitutional coav.ntlon to be
held at the oity of Bioux Falls on the fourth
day of July, 1688, and for the ratification or
rejection of the oonstitafcion adopted Novem
ber 3 1BBS, at whioh eleotion the. polls will
opened at 8 o'clock in the morning, and will
oontinue open until 5, o'clock in the afternoon
of tho same day. Kaoh eleotor will bav6 printed
or written upon his ballot tjae. name of only
two parsons whom he shall deiiro to vote for
aA delegates to said constitutional oonvention,
and upon said ballot ho will have also tijo
words "For the Bicur Falls Constitution"
he shall be in favor of its ratification,, or the
words "Against the Sioux Falls Constitution
if he thall desire its rejection.
Dated thla 17th day of Apnl,l?89.
[SEAL] D. N. QBOBB. Oounty Auditor.
Chicago Produce Market.
The following market quotations are furnished
dally by Mulcahy & Oo oommiesion mer
chant!, Bioux Oity. Iowa:
oi/0isQ
riouiuH.
Ohlcago, April
Wheat—May 83 1-4, July 82ft.
Oorn—May 23i.
Oata—May 34.
Pork-May «U.85.
By G1H J.
IT.
CAMPBELL, V. V. 8ABBB0,
Campbell
& Barnas,
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Prtctloe In alt the Qjurt* -t tte
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A. Card From tirlmwood Brothers.
Yankton, Dak., Maroh 15tb, 1889—We
beg to return our sinoere thanks to the
people of Yankton for their appreciation
of our efforts here, during the past five
years in the building line, eBpeeially
briok and stone work whioh we shall
strive to deserve. We work ou and su
pervise all work entrusted to our oharge,
are experienced meohanios, as quite a
number of our people can vouoh for. We
use the best material and labor in tbe
market, And now that our boom is
ooming we solicit a ountintianoe of your
favors. Estimates for publio and private
buildings promptly furnished.
The Publio Servants.
GRIMWOOD BROTHERS.
Bricklayers and stone outters, West
Fourth street, Yankton.
Go to
WAGONER'S
For Your Fine Easter Cards
Stationery, Picture Frames &o. at
bottom Prioes. Every Boy aDd
Olrl buying a five or ten
cent tablet gets a
chromo free.
MORRISON
BLOCK
J. BL TBLLHB,
Attorney at Laws
Ottw In VmtolM bloafe
YANKTON VAKOIA,
wt^yw®#™"vf«^r"VT^BSglgp?*-
Lots 1, 2 and 3, Block" 13
LOWER YANKTON.
$725 CASH FOR 3
I received a telegram from the
owner of above lots to sell the
same for $725 cash. Any per
son desiring same can have them
at above figures. Lots right ad
oining these have sold for $300.
-irst come first served.
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.
TO-DAYS SPECIAL OFFERINGS!
Taylor & Sargent Addition of 225 lots.
4 lull lots southeast corner 5tli and Broadway.
2 full lots on Douglas, between 3d and 4th.
NEW GOODS
JACOB MAX'S
AT LOW PRICES
327 and 329 Broadway, Yanktoii.
School of SMaM «•ELLIS'
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