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YANKTON
tQUl on or address, SA.HI KAUOHEB, UarobaaU Hotel, X&AkkOk, I). 7
BLATT
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Pioneer,, Grocer!
TH3EBD STBEET,
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DAKOTA
TRUMAN L. PR^TT,
Corin^Iuitiortf th*
T"5
Ofloe Bofaa
^BtTNKjEE'S BIjOCK,
'^FaaktAn
*aauon «,ailt.^., .Dakota.
EXGELSIOR DRUG STORE.: Wilcox
Ptirdv & Breoht,ll-UmberCo
r-
and Retail Druggists.
Books and Stationery, Gold Pens
jySpoclal attention given this Line, flea
Wall Paper and Ceiling Decorations.|At Lowest Market Prices,
PURDY & BRECHT, Yankton.
WHOLESALE UQCQB8 AND OIOAR&
ESTAKUSHED 1810.
S.DoStlllersi Agents and Wholesale dealers ta•
Kentucky and Domestic Whiskies.
Liquors and Wines.v
Half Million Cigrars-^^C'diW^W'
Kannfaotories in the Un.\ted States and oan satisfy the trade in even respeot.
brands are well and favorably known throaghoat the aorthwait ana IretaUen*
with suooeas by selling them.
wtoSash, Doors, Blinds
•took west of Ohioago and mil dnpUaatejHrioe* ol any hoosa, without' any exception, I
United States.
I
WE ABE GENERAL AGENTS IN DAKOTA FO®
Goods sold only at Wholesale, Lime, Coal,
BUILfilNB PAPER, &c.
prinolp.
alwayrmept
Milwaukee, Wis. Dubelser-Bresflh Brew-
ih SSohlitz's Brewing company,
company, St. Loais, Mo. Ohesterman ft Barrow'# BotUtng Wowa,
Lie Mars, Iowa Brunswick Billiard Tables, Ohiqago, IUraoiB
proprietors of Tank ton Steam Bottling Woifis
ol
Bohlitz's Milwaukee Beer.
are prepared to fill promptly any and all orders for goods
in our Unhand
guarantee saUofaotian both in quanty and prices. Bend for airoHaa and pride list
ADLER & OHLMAN, Yankton.
Mill
Forntsher!
lis,
BOfctA.
White & |Sharp,
nsuranee.
Fire, Marine, JLife, Acci­
dent, Tornado
Cyclone^.
"BttBineM,' promptly attended,te
WHITS & SHARP. Yankton
^—•1.1 ww HI I
miniwy and ranoh properly will do wefl
to oonsult of Poll informatibn fot*
gahodn^oy applioatio&. AddreM
flLLTBRCITX...„.i...Iil£Wl«SIOOlsAiiKTON
"lf»?4FK5rwSI
Pine Lumber,
Lath, Shingles,
Posts, Sash, Doors,
Building Paper,
Cement, Lime,
Stucco, Hair,
Mixed Paint, etc.,
2d and Mulberry Sts.
YANKTON DAKOTA
Alto, at LESTERTILLE. D. T.
lino H.Queal & Co
DKA.LISB IN
I at S in
Easti Fonrth and Locnst Streets,
Des Moines, Iowa.
"Yard on Broadway near Horthwestern
railroad traoks, Xankton, Dakota-.
St.
Lumber Company.
To prepare for the great boom in
Yankton, we have stooked our
yards on Broadway with the largest
variety of good dry lumber of any
yard in the city, consisting of
White Ash Celling 3
and 4= inches
s. 2 s. Pine Ceiline 4 and 6
In. all lengths, Flooring
Oak and Jfine 4 and 6
in.. Shingles, Lath,
Oak and Cedar
Posts.'
HT Get our prioes beforebuying elsewhere
Patronize the Old Reliable Ysira.
J. H. 13EA.VEB, Manager.
ESTABLISHED 1880.
A. L. HINMAN'S
Coileotion, Loan and Heal
Estate Agency,
YANKTON DAKOTA.
Offloa—Oedat Bt., with Phil. K. Jfaalk
abondanoe of money to loan on real
le seourit]
No delay. No sending off applioa-
^•'estate tend ohattle seourity. OA8H ON
HAND.
tions.
_^OolleotloBB atte
promptly remitted.
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ijj'..
to and money
Beferenoee: First National bank, the Yank
I ton bank, Philk K. Kaol*
.attorney.
A. h. HINtt^N, Yankton.
C. H. BATES
WHOLESALE AND BET AIL
Kvf',5
GROCER
OealertittflStftile
Qrooerlea and Provisions/ Dried
Fruits, Wooden and Willow
Ware, Tobi
"t ar
•IMS*'
Hi VF ,J|-
OppoaitelOcTilOdiotne & Oo's
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.DAKOTi
rASTKTON, DAKOTA T35K.BITORY, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 28, 1887. ,:W,-M
laiU] §Hkuiai^»
THE DAILY PRESS AND DAKOTAIAN
is published every evening, excepting Hun
days.
Taans or BDBSOBHTION—By
month, CI 00 per year, $12 00} by
month, 8E cents per year, 810 00.
oarriers, per
mul, per
Office—PRESS AND DAKOTAIAN block corner of
Third and Capital streets.
Telephone number 5.
J30WEN & KINGSBURY, Prop'tr«.
N I I A I E
For Mayor—
JAMES H. TELLER,
For Oity Marshal—
PATRICK BRENNAN.
For Oily Treasurer—
OHAKLES H. BATES.
For Oity Justioe—
TRUMAK L. PRATT.
For Aldermen—
1st Ward—J. W. O. MORRISON.
2d Ward-J. R. SANBORN.
3d Ward—P. L. VAN TASSEL.
4th Ward-J, O. MoVAY.
To t^e Voters of Yankton.
The undersigned, acting under in
strnctions from the citizen's committee,
submit to the eleotors of Yankton the
following statement of the reasons whioh
induced the nomination of the tioket
now before the public:
There has been for some time a very
generally expressed feeling that in the
election of munioipal offioers party lines
ought not to be drawn, and this feel
ing has been inoreaBed and intensified
by the evident i.ad rosalts, in some
recent oases, produoed by adhering to
the praotioe complained of. It is be
lieved that intelligent men of all parties
are unanimous in the opinion that char
acter, ability, and general fitness, and
not party predelictions, should deter
mine the selection of officers to admin
ister our local affairB. Manifestly there
is need, at all times, in the oonduot of
oity affairs, of integrity, prudence,
sagaoity and enterprise, qualities whioh
are' not insured in the individual
aspirant for offioe, by the faot
that he has a large politioal following.
These considerations are especially for
oibie at this time, when onr oity gov
ernment is liable to be oalled upon to
deal with questions of great commercial
importance to us all. At suoh a time we
oan not afford to assume any risk that
the important interests of this communi
ty may be Committed to hands that are
either feeble or untrustworthy.
Aoting upon these reasons, an honest
effort has been made to avoid that risk
by putting in nomination a tioket, in
support. of whioh all can unite, and
whioh carries upon its faoe the assuranoe
of a wise snd public spirited administra.
tion qf public affiairs in the ensuing
year.
GJSO. R. BOOCQAII.
E. M. O'BBIEN.
Q. B. HOFTJIAN.
NOTION ESMONDS.
O. J. B.
HARRIS.
Committee.
Congressman Springer has found a
sympathetio spirit in the editor of the
Bowdle Pioneer and. is pouring into his
ear an alleged argument in behalf of
admission as a whole.
Ex-Commissioner Dunlap's January
bulletin of the immigration offioe, now
circulated, is the best of his series of
dooumeuts relative to Dakota, It is full
of valuable information relative to Da
kota.
A committee of Plankinton oitizens
has been appointed to seleot the site of
the territorial reform eohool located «t
Plankinton in 1883 through the efforts
of Hon. E. H. Mcintosh, thefc a member
of the legislative council.
The Sioux City Herald was a morning
demooratio newspaper whioh started
under a flattering promise to create a
heavy swell in journalism. After six
issues it oeaBed to exist and its business
manager fled the oountry leaving the
debts of the oonoern behind him.
Dr. Sowers predioted the death of the
president unless he engaged in some
aotive exercise. 'The president took the
hint and saved his life by immediately
appointing the inter-state commerce
commission. It was rather a violent be
ginning, bat the emergenoy was a^critical
one.
In his Jamestown interview Governor
Ohurch statod that General Harris, of
Aberdeen, would not aocept the'position
of brigadier general of Dakota militia
beoause he was "too muoh of a gentle
man." ThiB Beems to be a serious re
flection upon the military servioe of Da-
kota-
ki
the prob-
JJ»*wy w* sw^ss-'W *.«*
the treasury of $200,000 and the railroad
tax it is thought that the levy will be
kept within three million dollars. This
is oold comfort.
Senator Sherman. is being received
with marked attention in the south and
hia politioal addresses are listened to
not only with respeot but interest. In
this the solid Bouth has improved.
Having reaohed a oonditiou of politioal
toleranoe there is hope for its ultimate
reformation.
Judge Palmer made failnro of his
I attempt to. take the edge off the James
town Grand Army resolutions ontioising
President Cleveland for his veto of the
dependent pension bill. The Qrand
Army boys reoognized the attempt of
the judge to make himself solid with
the administration whioh keeps him in
offioe and did not oare to bo used in that
way.
Consignments of foreign, steel rails,
I averaging fifty oar loadB daily, pass
through the oustom oolleotors hands for
the Manitoba road. ThiB road was
obliged to purohase foreign. produot
owing to the inabihty of home mills to
I furnish the necessary material during
the coming season. The Manitoba will
push the oonstruotion work on all its ex
tensions during 1887.
Dakota's last legislature contained
thirty-four farmers and thirty seven
members of other business associations,
eighteen of whom were lawyers. This
was us large a granger element as any
legislature could possibly be favored
with and farmers are supposed to repre
sent the economical side of the people.
Yet this legislature was noted for its ex
travaganoe.
Carter Harrison postively declines the
nomination of the Chicago demoorats for
the mayoralty. He says the press and the
people persist in misrepresenting him
and under suoh oiroumstanees he draws
out. The probability of a defeat is said
to have had an effeot upon Harrison,
who oonoludes that now is the time to
abandon the sinking munioipal craft.
The new militia law of Dakota is
wonderfully and fearfully made. It
praotioally subordinates oivil law io
military law and lays tho foundation for
abitrary bayonet rule- It stands as a de
liberate menaoe to ultra statehood
doctrine and a notice to the people to
cease bothering themselves about their
liberties. Young men should study the
new law oarefully beforo enlisting for
two years.
The governor now aooounts for the ex
traordinary appropriations of the last
legislature with the allegation that there
was a large deficiency to meet. This as
sertion is disproved by the figures whioh
show that the defioienoy did not exoeed
forty thousand dollars. The records of
the past Bhow that there is always a de
fioienoy to provide for and that the late
legislature confronted nothing unnsual
in this department of expenditures.
Forty thousand dollars taken from a
million and a half does not leave a very
large hole,
A gentleman reoently returned from
the east where he has make a study (of
the situation asserts that within a year
the following new railroads will arrive at
Yankton or will be so near Yankton that
their completion will be a question of
only a. brief spaoe of time The Duluth
& Denver, the Illinois Central, a road
from Omaha and the Kansas, Nebraska
& Dakota. To this he adds the west
ward extension from Yankton.of the
Ohioago & Northwestern, whioh will be
equivalent to a new road to us. These
are the improvements in sight. They
will do for one year.
Relative to the surprising extrava
ganoe of the last legislature the Fargo
Republican says:
The truth is the legislature had little
idea of the aggregate amount that was
being appropriated. Even the chairman
of the house appropriations oommittee,
Mr. Berry of Clark oounty, said to the
writer on the last day. but one of the
session, in answer to an inquiry:
havep't any idea what the aggregate of
apprppriations is. Perhaps my olerk
oan give you the information you wish
but the olerk was no better informed
than his ohief, and members who were
approaohed almost invariably responded
"l'don't know, but it must be big." Of
several who were pressed for an estimate
not on^ gaessed above a round million
It has been disoovered that the prob-1 .aFe laboring* It is ready,
able inoreased assessed valuation of Da.
kota's taxable property will obviate the
necessity of increasing the percentage
of taxation to meet the extraordinary
appropriations made by the late legis
lature. Otherwise, the taxes of the tax
payers will be inoreased in their ftggte:
gate, thoogh they will not be.aalled up
on congress in suob a manner aa to pre
op topay a^ mrara opon eaeh dollar I tbe possibility of dodging the
3 than. hereipRiRe^ JwtfV Uw in mattei'. We might nit know firet as
In its issue of Maroh 25th- the Redfield
Journal annouDoes its oonyersion to the
proposition that Dakota must help it
sellout of its territorial oondition and to
do this must take some immediate steps
towards statehood. After reoiting the
causes whioh have.brougbt about this
oonolusion, the Journal says:
Is there a God in Israel If there be,
and if Dalota be Israel, the people of
Dakota must bear in mind the old iiax
im that the Lotd helps those who help
themselves, and they must gird their
loipa for the inevitable politioal oonfliot.
The Journal believes in striking in no
uncertain manner. It believes there is
I way out of the difficulty under whioh
however, to join any movement looking
to the admission of Dakota, the support
of whioh would not be inconsistent with
manhood, and whioh cannot possibly
eaiki
ooir oondition worse—even if the
course decided upon by the majority be
not suoh as we oould recommend.
Let us first deoiae the question
Let us first deoiae the question of
territorial division and then unite upon
I soiae polioy.that wijl force the issue up-
last whether we have any rights whiob
national demagogues ana Bheohstio
bourbons are bound to respect. The I
Journal's patience has gone—left fori
parts unknown. We don't oare to reoarl
it.
Wo have no plan lo snggest for the
consummation of statehood whioh would
promise any quioker or better results
than the one popularly known as the
Campbell plan, whioh has already been
endorsed by a very largo proportion of
the thinking men of Dakota.
better
For lame back, side
fihiloh's Porous Plaster.
Sold by Dr. Vundcrhulo.
CATARRH CURED, health and sweet!
breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh
Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injec
tor free. Sold by Dr. Vandeihule.
CROUP, "Whooping
Bronchitis immediate^
Shiloh's Oure. Sold' by I
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ThiB
is a
radioal plan, but it is the resnlt of thej
clcsest study of the subjeot and all the
laws pertaining thereto. It is olearly
praotioable. If the Journal is ready to
aavooate this plan it oan do muoh in
oencral Dakota towards promulgating
the true theory of statohood organiza
tion without the aid of congress. If it
has any
pl&u to offer it oan ooont
upon the active allegiance thereto of
those who have thus far favored the
Campbell plan. .:
Cause of the ltuaaey liridge Accident.
Boaton, Maroh 23—At the hearing be
fore llie railroad commission as to the
oause of the ao&ident on the Boston and
Providence railroad, Master Meohanio
lliohards, of the railroad oompany, gave
his theory. Ho thought, he said, that
the engine bad broken a rail some dis
tance from the abutment. The tender
passed the break all right, but turned
the end of the broken rail somewhat so
that the truoks of the first oar were di
vided and bent the rail up. The forward
truck of the qeoond oar caught the
end of the rail, oaosing the shook that
swept the forward truok to the rear,
oheoking that oar so that the third oar
telesoopod it, and by the same shook
breaking the bridge and oausing its fall.
The end of the rail bad evidently shat
tered the forward brake beam on the
forward truok on the second oar and then
struok the axle, gouging a piece out of
it as it turned. The rail was torn from
its spikeB by oatohing in the trucks and
was carried along to where it was found.
In his opinion the blow on the axle was
the cause of the damage and derailment.
ol- chest, use
Price- 25 cents
for all terms of nssa} catarrh where there
iB dryness of the air passage with what is com
monly oalled "stalling up," especially when
goisp to bed, Ely's Cream Balm gives perfeot
and immediate relief. lta benefit to ma has|
been prioeloss.—A. (i.
Chase, II. D. Millwood,
Kansu,
I have used Ely's Cream, for Catarrh in
head anc^ have been greatly benefited by it.— I
MH. SOBIO Morgan, (Jonnor Creek,Or.
THAT HACKING COUGH can be so
quickly cured by Shlloh's Cure. We
guarantee it. Sold bv Dr. Vanderhule^
JBwiiaon'a A.rniea Halve.
The best Salye in the world for Outs, CljEtrkS mile CHU SpOOJ
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblain
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and pos
itively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For Sale by the Excelsior Drug Store of
Purdy &Brecht.
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia
and Liver Complaint? Shlloh's Vltiaizer
is guaranteed lo cure you. Sold by,Dr.
Vanderhule.
Extra Liability to Malarial Infection.
Persons whose blood la thin, digestion weak I
and liver sluggish, ate extra-liable to the at- I
tacks of malarial diseaso. The most trifling I
exposure may, under suoh conditions, infect a I
system whioh, if healthy, would resist the I
miastnatio taint. Th. only way to seoure 1
immunity from malaria in looalitleh wheic it I
is prevalent, is to tono and regulate the system I
by improving weakened digestion, enriohing I
toe blood, and giving a wholesome impetus to I
biliary seorction. These results are acoom-1
?lisbed by nothing so effectively as Bos
tetter's 1
itomaoh Bitters, which long experience has I
proved' to be the most reliable safeguard I
against fever and ague and kindred disorders, I
as well as the beet remedy .{or them. The I
Bitters are, moreover, an excellent invigorant I
of the organs of urination, and an active de
parent, eliminating from the blood those
acrid impurities which originate rheumatic
ailments.
COUGH and!
relieved by
»r, Vanderhule,
J. H. TELLER^
Attorney at Law,
li- 'K
Offioe in PostoUloo block
fANKTON DAKOTA
Money to Loan
—AT A—
FAIR BATE OF INTEREST
Cash on hand E. T. WHITE.
2 BU ELL'S
DOUGLAS AVENUE STORE,
Just Received a full line of Candies
Raisins, Pates and Figs, Coooa
nuts. 20 boxesi California
Oranges at*20 ots doz,
Sinclair's Qaim,.
-J:Boneless flam,
Dried Fruits,
IjijfZ Vi Dingee's Mixed Pickles.!
Imported Cliow Chow,
Mlclilgan Maple Byrawf
Fine Boasted Coffees,
vFallCream Cheese,
EdamCheese.
Will open a fall line of SpriDg-Tcy
Gxds next week.
.J. £. SU£LL, Donglae Ave.l
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NTJMBEB 282
Gas. GAS. Gas.
•r
MAKE YOUR OWN GAS.
Equitable Gas Machine,
Cheap, Olean. Safe, Dry, Dorable-^no fire?
no water, automatic, eoonoarfoal—Sape*
oialiy adapted to private dwellings,
ato/ea, halls, hotels, and
buaineea bloolu*
IT IS the only dry blower in the market or
that oan be put in the market without infrin,
ging On patents. It is adapted to any olimate,
OBing neither water or heat. 'I'here is notl tag
to freeze and no danger of' ooeident by tire. It
isautomatio in ltaaotioa. It avoids all the
defeots and faith of the various water and
steam machines, there being no aahea or other
reaidno. It gives yon a perfeot light without
fare or water. It is indorsed by tbe.insunuiiw
and rememoer that a machine capable of
lighting a large building re«dizea less oare and
attention than an ordinary lamp. It simply
needs winding up like a olook onos or twice a
week andgiveB a bettor and cheaper light than
the cheapest coal gas. For furthat mforma
tion apply Jo J. H. OAHPBKIiIi,
Ueohanical Engineer, corner Uapitoi and 2nd
streets, Yankton, D. T. PostotUoe Box 784-'
Dissolution of Copartnership
Yankton, January 2lBt, 1887—The partnership
heretofore existing between Ohristoph Stein
bach and Ohristoph Weiland, in tue oity of
Yankton, ID this day dissolved by mutual con
sent. All aoconnts due said firm will be paid
by O. Steinbuoh, who assumes all liabilities
ONLLLBTOFB BTBINBAOK.
OHEIBTOFU WKILAHIJ.
Commercial Hotel,
$11 Per Month for Day Board.
club of not less than 5 nor more
than 8 persons oan proour« good ..
board at above rates by
paying In advance.
»~Farmers can have E dinners for $1.00 in
cluding hay and stabling for team.
H. SMITH, Proprietor,
Special Attention. I
'n
I Every Lady in Yankton and
Vicinity Ought to use
I We believe it to be the
"W
"Patrcnago
Iguaranieed.
C0tt0(l
•ft
best
Thread
in the World. Wholesale
and Retail Agept,
J. E. BRUCE'
13rd and Capitol Sts. Yankton, D.T
Livery, Feed
-u U.» 'j-v
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Sale Stable
.,««•
'.'J Li'iJ
Moat Commodious fn the Northwnl.
PETES STEFFEN, Prop.
rOBNEB
OB POCGLAB
Fourth streets, (formerly
house) has the mart oompw
and sale Stable in iMkota.
AVJCNUE
Bai
.rdeoer'a
oomplete Uvery vom,
•elicited and. satisfaction
PETEBBTKFFIN
Qest Free Lunch
IN YANKTON
'jf! -AT—
\IIKE DEMENDjfS,
1
UOURTH 8TREETT,
EVERY EVENING.
WAR
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Omnibus & Transfer Lind
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YANKTON,JDAtOTA.
STEFFJtN &
Tttiraosii:
Merchants
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