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VOLUME xni
Wholesale and Retail
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0rcPTf/£ttrjg
Boots& Shoes,
Just Received a Compfete Stook of tli
Latest Patterns in BOOTS and
SHOE^,*^rhiofr wHfi-be Sold
at Low Prioes. Agent for
THml) STREET.
4 tit1
7'z/rV
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l^f¥~
Sk-S
EXGELSIOR DRUG STORE.
ESTABLISHED DT 186a
Fmrdy & Brefekt,
Books and Stationery, Gold Pans
gTT 1— 1-3 msiesi^
iVSpeolol attention tWa line.
GRAND
CLEARING SALE
OP-^-
Ladies Mne Rift Button
Boots at the Popular
Shoe Store.
JOHN A. WEEKS.
320 West TliirtfStreefc.
-OR'A-
Gooa Refrigerator During thetDom-
ing Season. For the Very Best
CMarket, See
*'&$£$£££* *nd} Dudley, llichey & Gross.
J. & T. ?0USINS,-REYNOLDS BROTHERS, I
"V 'E" A. Burt. Burt & Packard,
Burt & Mears.
W
Dealer in
BUILDERS' HARDWARE
Garland Stoyes, Buck's Brilliant, Gasoline ^oyes
........
tfad Timrare.
1
Wood Stook.
\4 ^,5 Garden fnnfplemerrts,
PURDY ^t BRECHT, Yankton. lmterhue. d. T.
I. PILES,Yankton |untau?mik
Wagon and Carriage
iWag:on
And 3arri-
THIRD STREET, YANKTON, DAKOTA
"W. IA/DOW,
VditttDn and
easwte.
Wilcox
LumberCo
Pine Ljimber,
^diAtb, Shingles,
s^Postfl, Sash, Doors,
tiBBiHln? Paper,
!€J©»a©nt, Lime,
1
Wall Paper and Ceiling I^comtlofis. l^ Lowest Market Prices,
8tucco' Halr'
Mixed I'aint, etc.,
2d and Mulberry Sta.
I YANKTON DAKOTA
JnoH.Queal&Co
DUUU IH
LUMBER
'%id
Stage ana-isxpress
lane. TRUMAN 1i.
•Ik'iis
J. N. MOORB, Proprietor,
Lath, Shingles^
Sash, Doors, Blinds
Lime, Goal,
BUILDING PAPER, &c.
Fourth and. Loootit Btresis,
Des Moines, Iowa.
"Yard 011 Broadway near Northwestern
I railroad traoka,-Yankton,Dakota.
St. Croix
Lumber Company.
OFFICE & YARD ON BROADWAY.
©e
Uiheir -new lot
Ceiling!,
tSi
Bin 8.2B.
.&«oild. Oedar andOak polls,
Oalt a»dpine fig, 4 and in. oheap.
In grades A quality,-, best in Oity.
XrOEL
0 8 YOD OA-NNOT. Our
li ath. Shingles and Ship Lap are
VNEQUAliED IN UN ST O N.
ouldinga, BOKEEN DOOBS and
road and Common Boards give
Entire BttftaumOH. »«h» f:£'
IS NOT OVEB
O E
.MJOD OI
TANSTON
3")
Boom. ,.1f
I J. H. •4 BEAVER, ^Manager
ESTABLISHED 1880.
A. L. HiNMAN'S
Gollectioa, Loan and Beal
Eatate Ayeacy,
s*j
?/9t
JMX0TA.
Offioe—Oedar St., with FU1.-K. faolk!
l-N: abundanoe of money 4e
BAND.
tions.
efltete. a^vjoMttta.4aemritj
So delay. No Bonding off ftppiioa-
attended to and apiMy'
pS&^tSk
Fir*t National bank, the Yank
'A^-^tW^ilankton.
G. H. BATES
A
WfiOOUKBALK AN» JUCTAIL
Pealerte. BtapS*
&
Grooerjea «nd- Provisions, Dried
fruHeH^oden and Willow
W4re. Tob»«»o,,Ci8ar»,
oEto^ ({Ih, .Eto.,
Oppoelte Oox. Odlonw A (Jo's
IYANKTON
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PAEOTA
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FAWXTON. DAKOTA TERRITORY, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1887.
%m
audi JJakjirtaiJM
THE DAILY PKBSS AMD DAKOTAliUI
published every evening, excepting Bun
days.
OF BUBSOBICTIOB—By carriers.
|1 00: per year, 00 by mall,
88 oenta per year, 110 00.
Per
per
Turn
month,
month,
Offioe—PBKSSAND DAXOTAIAH blook oomer of
Third and Capital streets.
Telephone number 5.
BOWBN & KING8BOBX. Prop'trs.
There is a chance that HOD. ifi. B.
Washburn may recover. His symptoms
are belter. Ki/
Hughes county has the champion tax
list—twenty-five columns long in the
Pierre Signal
It was at first supposed that Qov, Hill
had yielded the presidential chair of '88
to Cleveland without compensation, but
later information oonveys the aasnrance
that the chair of '92 has been assigned
to him. He is yoang and can afford to
wait,
There is enoouragement (or Ireland
in a ooafliot at Kinbarry on Monday, in
which the tenants with pitchforks suc
cessfully resisted British bayonets and
drove off a posse of bathffB who at
tempted to seize Mr. arley's cattle for
non-payment of rent.
Governor Fleroe, in a letter from the
soene of the late reunion of the sooiety
of the army of the Tennessee, advocates
the admission of private soldierb into
that sooiety. Heretofore itihaB been
made up entirely of ex-officers. Gov.
Fieroe will have an opportunity to elab
orate upon this proposition in his ora
tion before the sooiety next year.
It may be of publio interest that the
Apaohes are again on the war path. The
partieular brand of Apaohes whioh this
time conspires against the peace And
dignity of the United States are known
as San Carlos braves. This aot is with
out cause, so far„as anybody knows, but
it is a faotitliat eight or ten of them
haveipreoipitated war. When the oon
ilict is over the cowboys will be ass
essed to make up the -defioienoy in
ponies and peaee will again extend its
white, wing over/the soene of carnage.
The president leaves Washington on
Friday on hi*starring tour through the
states. The journey will cost Mr.
Cleveland: $10,000 and he must see a
great deal to compensate him. Of
ooune Mr. Cleveland will -striotly comply
with the requirements of the, inter-state
oommeroe law aad pay his own way
They all do. .His train will oonsist of
three ears in all. One composite oar, Alf
arata, one-sleeping car, Valasoo, and-the
private-oar of George M. Pallman.These,
oars* have the vestibules attached, simi
lar to.the Pullman cars operated over
the Pennsylvania railway between New
York, Chicago and Oinoinnati. The oars
are provided with eleotrio lighting ar
rangements and a email dynamo engine
willibe mrtied in the oomposite oar. It
will'be the handsomest train exteriorly
and interiorly ever :placed on rails.
Jeffersonign simplicity.
L. B. French, district attorney for
YaOkton county, is in reoeipt of a oopy
of the book entitled, The Report of the
-Babiio Fxamin'er, C. N. Harris, on the
Examination of the Dakota Hospital for
the insane, at Yankton, Made to Gover
nor L. K. Church." In the same en
velope was the following letter:
^Territory of Dakota, Executive Offioe,
Bismarck, Dakota, Sept. 12,1887—Hon.
l.-Frenoh, Distriot Attorney, Yank
tou'Ooanty—Dear Sir: I herewith en
oiose oopy of report and evidence taken
by public examiner on examination of
Dakota hospiial for the Insane at Yank
ton, and urge yon to take proper aotion
thereon. Respeotlully
L. K. CHUBOH.
^In response to this oommnnioatton,
Distriot Attorney Frenoh has asked the
governor to name the proper persons to
call before the grand jury and to furnish
the prosecuting offioer with all infor
mation. in his possession. There
nothing in the report of the publio ex
aminer upon whioh to base an attempt
to procure indiotments, That document
establishes nothing beyond a partisan
supposition, and a prosecuting officer
oannot go a great ways upon such
'testimony. The allegation has been
•made by the governor's side that the
trustees have stolen something. -Upon
this oharge the distriot attorney wants
ovidenoe. He is.prepared to do bis duty,
Let the .parties who announce the
charge meet him half way. II is avi
denoerthat is now called for.
The cold weather season is now ap
proaohing when^he epidemio of last
winter may be expected to revive from
its dormant condition and again hssert
itself. 'That its ge&>s remain Is indi
cated, by occasional manifestations of
the presenoe of the disease during the
sammer and fall. With the arrival of
oold weather its latent forces may
-reasonably be expected to develop into
serious aotivity. With this probability
before tu it will be the part of wisdom
to meet it in such a way as to limit the
depredations of the epidemio and con
fine it to its primitive jurisdiction. This
can be done, and as it can be done it is
the duty of the people of Yankton to do
fit and lobe vigorous in their methods
iOar community has doubtless learned
that the humane and efficacious method
i*
to reoognize the presenoe
ol
the disease
•without equivocation, or attempt at con
oealment tad then prooeed to destroy
They have tried the -ather plan and
it- has not suooeedbd. So it
will be better for the publio
health and its business standing and all
its interests to oonocde the presence of
soarlet fever and prooeed to annihilate
it by open and rigorous application
of soientifio knowledge and statutory en-|
aotments. The la wis ample and tbo|
board of health is willing to enforoe it.
That body requires the aotive co-opera-1
tion of all the people of Yankton, phy
an an no of on a it
teens. Let this be given freely and
fully.. It need not take a month to|
bring the epidemio, it it fulfills its prom
ise to beoome an epidemio, fully within
oontrol and another month will suffice I
to remove it entirely. To aooomplish
this every oitizen must aotively co
operate with the board of health and
those who suffer inoonve.uienoe through
the enforcement of strioi regulations I
must BUbmit with genuine interest in
the public good. Fathers, mothers,
business, men are interested, Act wiBely,
hamanely and vigorously and the|
trouble will flee from oar presenoe.
The sailing of the English man of war
Pylades from Trinidad to Laguayra to
demand indemnity from the government
of Venezaela for the detention of the
sohooners Josephine and Henriette,
points to the possibility of an aotive
polioy on the part of Great Britain in
her dispute with the South American
republic. The consul-general of Vene
zuela, Senor de Silva, located in New
York, gives his opinion at some length
upon the situation. Among other things
Senor de Silva says:
"The two schooners mentioned have
been detained for non-complianoe with
the ouatoms regulations, and they were
seized just as a vessel whioh did not
oomply with the regulations of this gov
ernment might have been taken. In my
opinion it is merely an attempt of tb«
tory ministry in England to imitate Mr,
Gladstone's Egyptian war. They have
got themselves into so much trouble in
Ireland that they hope to cover it up by
a vigorous polioy in Venezuela. But
nbat we look for is the interference Of
the United States. The question has
been: before your state department for
some time now, and it is really a serious
one. The territory over whioh England
bas asBumeJ control is larger than
British Guinea, and it is territory whioh
Lord Granville has acknowledged be
longed to Venezaela. They have taken
the Island of Barima, whioh ia at the
month of the Orlnooo, and thoy permit
the entrance of goods from English col
onies free of duty. They levy taxes
upon the people and aot in all matters
as the rulers of the country. The real
gist of this matter is the oontrol of the
Orinoco riter. Its oontrol means an
enormoufl influenoo upon the South
Amerioan republic, and an influence
suob as the United States should have
cause to dislike exceedingly. As far as
warpoes, the English oould, of oourse,
bloofeade the Venezuelan ports if the
United States would aUow,them to do it.
If 4hey attempted to invade the oountry,
it-is,probable that their troops wonld
die off like sheep in the fevers of the
oosst line, the terra oaliebte. However,
before matters go to that point, I sup
pose the United States would intetfere."
ALL FROM OBERLIN.
A Oreat Ieal About Dakota Told ii
Jtatter by a Yanktonlan.
Rev. D. B. Niohols in tbe Oberlin
(Ohio) News: Having -duriog the paBt
summer had oooasion to visit the Con
gregational ohurohes in southern Da
kota, we fouDd in our travels numerous
men and women graduates of.. Oberlin
ooilege^ Iu some inatanoes these towns
or villages have become Oberlin oent tie,
sending forth many an influenoe giving
shape and moral tone to Booiety. It has
been the privilege of tbe writer to spend
a tiabbath in one of these places in the
interest ol Yankton college. At De
Smet, Kingsbury county, we found a
real Oberlin colony, where we expected
to see and. where we did see the good ef
feots of Oberlin teaching. Here, like
it is where many lights shine, a great
light is seen there Oberlin luminaries
shine forth. Wherever we.find out here
in Dakota a true son or daughter of
Qberlin, there the friend of human
rigbtB, law and order, human
progress and all that tends to lift up
humanity to a higher life, a higher
standard of morality, will find a faithful
ally and earnest supporter. To know
that this or tbat one in a
given oommunity was educated
at Oberlin. it would be. superfluous to
inquire what side the Oberlin man or
woman takes on tbe liquor question, the
Ohinese question, the Indian question,
on education, tbe ohristian Sabbath,
public worship, Sabbath-sohools, or any
thing or question pertaining to the rights
of man or the betterment of the race.
At Debmet I found no saloons no
saloons in Kingsbury county. In banks,
in stores it was pointed to with a degree
of pride as a motto, "Prohibition, Di
vision and Admission." I know not of
a single Oberlin man who is a member
of the democrat party. Then (gain
there is no affiliation ol the Oberlin man
sufficient to nnite with any churoh where
rule and hieraroy is advocated. Ober
lin men prefer the largest liberty to all
men, henoe where Oberlin men have
pitched their tents for a home for busi
ness you will find, as a general thing a
Congregational church or one will be
sure to -oome ih tbe near future.
You need not fear to ask an Ober
lin man to give any to good oause,
J3.e
will not say, as some said of old,- I'Go
and come again," when he has it by him
the means to give rt.ther he will be
like the Oberlin banker where a minister
went a few Sabbaths ago }nd asked
from him a donation for the support of
a ohristian oollege a deed of 40 aores of
land adjoining the corporate limits of a
thriving railroad town, where more rail
roads and more enterprise is expected,
an expectation built on substantial
reasons, forthwith given. President Gar
field once said a boy and Mark Hopkins
at one end wonld make a Williams ool
lege, so we' say a real son or daughter, of
Oberlin located in a given plaoe ts
enough to promise the building of
ohristian institutions in a plaoe and the
eradication of (ha evils of sooiety. A
brother, t-n Qberlin graduate, says an
other.Oberlin man said: "A man
might be ouly a stick in. Qberlin oollege
yhanfee was in oollege, bat when he
W
1
reached his field of labor he woutd be
oome a pillar." Minister tell us when
they draw their sermons to a conclusion,
"We see from this subject.
Yes, so we see and feel about Oberlin
when it is in our thought, It is a won
derful factor in straightening out the
world's orookedness. Nor does the
Oberlin man leave the field when he
batters down the evils of sooiety, but he
then wort's early and late to remove the
rubbish of effete institutions and build
up abetter civilization, a better model
of ohristianity. More, this subject
speaks with no little signifioanoe to the
workers in Oberlin oollege. The word
to them IB Brothers, you see your call
ing you see what you are doing. Work
on with a will, and you are sure to reap.
Yea, the reaping time has come.
We have an Oberlin center in Yank
ton oollege and in the business of the
oity. Two Oberlin men in the board of
instruction, one Oberlin women a pre
ceptress and teaoher of German, one
professor of Greek, a graduate of Ober
lin's second edition. Olivet. We have
an able Oberlin lawyer, by name J. H.
Teller the mayor of the oity and a
strong prohibitionist. We have an
Oberlin lady who has united her inter
ests with a lawyer of note, and last, and
far from being least, we have the Rev.
Dan F. Bradley an Oberlin man for our
minister and Dan F. Bradley's wife, a
graduate of Oberlin for our ministerV
wife, and her mother is Oberlin through
and throagh. With suoh unfeigned
faith in the grandmother and mother it
will no more be a doubt what Baby
Bradley will be then the story of Lois
and Eunice and the one who made full
proof of bis ministry.
loan say, as said the old hero of the
cross, "I thank God whom I serve
that without coating I have remem
branoe of thee (my Alma Mater)-in my
prayers," and I can thank Godl for an
othertbing that Paul oonld not say—I
thank God that my steps were tamed to
Oberlin oollege 51 years ago.
I find that Ely's Oream Balm is all tha
claimed for it. used it for catarrh and ear
ache. it has done mo goud. My sibter also
used it and it has helped her very much. A
many are u*ing it out here, witb good re
tire. M, M. Weatherman, WelviQe, Woxi
iX.~:
SHILOH'S COUGH and Consumption
Cure is sold by us on guarantee. It oures
Consumption. Sold by Dr. Vanderbule.
JBroce
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Up.
You are feeling depressed,-your appe
tite is poor, vou are bothered with head
ache, ou ure fldgetty, nervous, and gener
all out of sorts, and want to
For lame back, side
Shiloh's Porous Piaster.
Sold by Dr. Vanderhule
*MMF®
CLASS OF '89.
Dr. Sage's. Catarrh -Remedy oures]
when every other eo-oalled remedy fails.
The lieat Kxternnl Hemedy,
Haley's, Marion Co., Alabama, Deo. 23,
1885.—ALMOOK'B POBOUB PIASXEBS are
most invaluable household remedy.
They do all that is olaimed for them. I
sell many hundreds every year, ana
every day I hear of their curing coughs
and oolde, diseases of the spine, liver,
and ague cake in fact, there iB no dis
ease that can be reached by an external
application that they do not cure.
b. J.TIDWELL,
CATARRH CURED, health and sweet
breath 'secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh I bgposite
Remedy. Price 60 cents. Nasal Iojeo-| jaoney
tor free. Bold by Dr. Vandeihule. I Beourit
Removing a Seriou» Ob«truction Gently
Dynamite and giant powder plight annwer
admirably to remove obstruction* from Hell
Gate in East Hiver, New York, but explosive
meanures in medication are ever attended with
diaaatrouB consequences. For inetanee, the
bowela cannot be vUle&tiy drenched with
safety, not is there the ^lightest noeessity for
sodojing. On the oontrary, It la most unwise. 1
coarse, To weaken the -intestines—the effect
of drastio purgation—ia to compromise the
health of tbe entire system. With Hostetter's
Utomaoh Bitters, on the other hand, the bowels
are relaxed, not by a oonvulakm of nature ap
proximating to an eruption of-ttt. Popocate
petl, but gradually, benelioially, without
wrenching or drenching. The liver and stom
ach, as well as ttto bowels, are tonedraud 'bene
fitted by it.
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dtepepsta
and Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vltlalzer
ia guaranteed to cure you. Sold by Dr.
Vanderhule.
Dir. P. 91. Barber, hoa used Kiy's Oream
Balm for Catarrh in his family and commends
it very highly A lady is recovering the sense
of smell. A Tunkbannock lawyer known to I
many of onr readers, says he Wis cured of deaf
ness.— Pittston, Pa Gazette.
brae«
ap.
Brace up, but not with
stimulants, spring
medioibes, or bitters, which have for
their basis very oheap, bad whisky, and
whioh stimulate you for aq hour, and
then leave you in worse condition than
before. What you want is an alterative
that will purify your blood, start healthy
aotion of Liver and Kidneys, restore your
vitality, and give renewed health and
strength. Such a medieine you will find
in Eleotrio Bitters, and only 50 oents a
bottle at Purdy Brecht, drug store-
Moat Excellent.
J. J. Atkinii, chief of police, Knoxville,
Tenn., writes—"My family and I are be
neficiaries of your most excellent medi
cine, Dr. King's New Discovery for con
sumption having found it to be all ttrat
you elaim for it, desire to testify to its
virtue. My friends to whom I have re
commended t, praise it at every opportu
nity." Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption Is guaranteed to cure colds,
coughs. Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and
every affection of throat, lihest and lungs.
Trial bottles free at Purdy & Brechfs
drugstore. Large size $1.00.
BLEEPLES8 NIGHTS, made miserable I
by that terrible cough. JShiloh'B Cure is
tbe remedy for you. Sola by Dr, Vander
hule.
Baeftfen'* irniea sstve
The best Salve in the world for Outs,
Bruises, Bonis, Uloers. Salt Rheuia, Fever
Sorest Tetter, Chapped HanOi, ChUblain
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and pos
itively ouree Piles, or no £ay required. It
is guaranteed to give, perfect satisfaction,
money refunded, Prioe 25 cents per bo*.
For Sale by the Kroelsior Drug Stor
Purdy &Breoht
SHILOH'S VITALIiSER is what
heed for Constipation, Loss of Appei
Dizziness aad all symptoms of Dyspei
Prtea 10 snii 75 oents per bottle.
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li NUMBER 133
White & Sharp,
if
su ranee.
Fire, Marine, Life, Aooi
dontu Tornado.
Qyeione.
"Btulneia promptly attonded to
WHITH A SHAHP. Yankton.
Qermania House
•*n«tas Avenue, mm^0h*A stnst,
Xaakton, Saksta.
Wallbanm & Becker,
PROPRIETORS,
This hod*) la tVe he»tiaar*ini
tor
ad Immigrant!. Qood a tabling lm
with the hotel.
JOHN L.
travalem
and Loans,
Lands
PENNINGTON
Offer* Oity liOte, Acre Prop
erty, "Wild Lauds and
Improved Farms
•v. for Stile.
'Offioe, Third Street,
ear Loans negotiated with prompt
ness land at reasonable rates. Corie
spoodenoe solioited.
W HOWABD, President.
.,. M- X. WOOLLM. Oaahlet.
Yankton Savings Banks
Capital, $25,000.
General Banking Basinets. Interest
)»d on deposit* at the rate of Are per oent
per annum.
Deceived of One Dollar and upwards,
to Loan on Ileal folate sod OhoMle
ties.
-Commercial ^otel,
$1-1 Per Month for Day
A olub of not loss than 5 nor mora
than 8 persons oan procure good
board at above rate* by 1
i:5| paying in. «dvanMb
japfTOnaoraoaa hAre Jdtaneni foe 11.00 ln
«Iading hay and stabling for te*m.
H. H. SMITH, Proprietor
Wm.. ^IVI. Powers,
HiX"^rer3r,
Feed and Sale Stable
Oppoedte Morrison Hotel,
CAPITAL »«Me*ee YABKTOB, B. X.
BT~Agent for Oolambus Baggy.^M
ESTABIilSBLED 1869.
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T,
Ice!
ice
or chest, use F. Sclinauber's SS, sx'
Priee 26 cents,
T"J
,na
Ioe"during the lessen, or 1887 aa oheap~as'the
oheapeat and on standard tune.
Leave orders at hls residence, or
Purdy A Brecht n, or It.,Weber's drng store.
DAN. JttoDEVITT,
:s
Sealer Is
firooeries, Winea and Ll^uera,
Vaed aad Provisionss,
^AIIKTQK ,».-i..i„„,.PAKOTA.
C. B, TAYLOR,
WOOD WORKER
—AMD—
UPHOL8TBEBE.
Jhop In toe JBMr of Bamtara's, Jhjruftmt
(More All orders left at store will have proaip«
attention.
J. H, TELLEB,
yo^j Attorney At Law9
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