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mXk -. yoLitrsLB xni. •.*•-:• •,-...? KM, riM line 1, O* frWTL.EB r.^m I S *•_ PP wra^fft Oonwrot Third street and Douglas Arcane 300 West Third Street,' Boots & Shoes. Juit Received a Complete Stock of the Latest Patterns in BOOTS and SHOES, which will be Sold at Low I & p'-vr 2F& l*&$ #. ..JSf&.'ri? 4X* •Wk^ %"LV Prices. Agent for EXGELSIOR DRUG STORE. ^ESTABLISHED EN ^"Special attention given tills Line.jSl Will You Want G-^SOZILiIEZfcTE STOVE -OR A- Good Refrigerator During the Com ing Season. For the Very Best I' in the Market, See & T. COUSINS, REYNOLDS BROTHERS, E. A. Burt. Burt & Packard, Burt & Mears. 300 West THIRD STREET. A. L. HINMAN'S Collection, Loam and Heal Estate Ageaoy, r4trZTON 180» Piasdy & Brecht, p- Wholesale and Retail Druggists. Books and Stationery, Cold Pens Wall Paper and Ceiling Decorations. midttr' PURDY & BRECHT, Yankton Dudley, Richey & Gross. PILES,Yankton Dealer in BUILDERS' HARDWARE Garland Stores, Buck's Brilliant, Gasoline Stoves and Tinware. Wagon and Carriage Wood Stook. Wagon and Carri age Hardware, &c ^la.cls:@3aQ.itli. S-a/pp lies 1 I Garden Implements, THIRD STREET, YANKTON, DAKOTA ESTABLISHED 1880. HtJQH J. »t*"ded to and money A. Tj. HINMAjj, Tankton. DAKOTA COMMEIICIAL COLLEGE, Own* Third aad OxdM atiMta, *ASKTO* —.^..~„..,~DAS:OTA OAMPBSLIh DAKOTA* °®o*-Oedar 81. with FU1. K. Vaolk] A'Lrt1™**1!0® .°* «oney to loan on real MUtfl and ohattl« Momrity. 0A8H ON So delay. Ho tending o] etm. GASH ofl ftpplios- E. B. Tiilnwm, Civil Engineer and Attorney at Law, Ovoniy Surveyor. Campbell & Van Antwerp LA.W, REAL ESTATE, ——A»©— O A N O I E T^-IUi ATTKUD to eases in distal at, prsbate aad aapxeine eom' and examination of title*. courts, oonroy ties. We tiavs a aneing oomplete and the only a be tract ot titles In Xiuikton ooocty. Oolleotiona mad* promptly. Honey to loan1on real estate. Offloe in Dudley's blook, oomer of_Third and Donglas avenne Rubber Stamps IN Any r-'sv Style at the PreM and Dttkotalan Offloe. IANKTOH .DAKOTA. 'Hj A 1 1 Wilcox Pine Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Posts, Sash, Doors, c Buildintf Paper, Cement, Lime, Stucco, Hair, 2d aud Mulberry Sts. «°ts? .. LumberCo Mixed l'aint, etc., At Lowest (Market Prices. YANKTON DAKOTA Alto, at LESTERTILLE. D. T. JnoH.Queal&Co Duuu XH Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds Lime, Coal, BUILDING PAPER, &c. Kait fourth and Looust Streets, DM Hotnes, Iowa. MP*?ard on Broadway near Northwestern railroad tracks, Xankton, Dakota. TIETHE £&0\X LUA!&££ sv —18- Receiving Daily a New Stock of Good Dry Lumber, "Which They Propose to Sell in the Next 30 Days. Price Low, Quality THE BEST. Your Orders Promptly Attended to. It will Pay You to Call and See For Yourself. Our Motto—"Live and Let Liv-." J. H. BEAVER, Manager DOUGLAS AVENUE FAMILY GROCERY —AND— PROVISION STORE, Second Door from Corner oi Third. YANKTON, DAKOTA. Having Opened a full line of Family droceriwand Provisions, at Prices aa bow aa tbe lowest, the Proprietor Bespeotfaliy Solioita the patronage of Unyers. OLE OLE SON, White & Sharp, I nsu ranee. Fire, Marine, Life, Acci dent, Tornado, Oycione. HfDubw promptly attended to WHITS ft BHABP, Xankton, Lands and Loans JOHN L. PENNIKOTON OfTerc Oity Lots, Acre Prop erty, Wild Lands and Improved Fat mi* for Sale. Offloe, Third Street, Xankton. HT* Loans negotiated with prompt ness and reasonable rates. Oorrp spondencesolicited. ..... -»«.•« W. DOW, iponth, $1 00 per ^u, month, 8a oents per year, Offloe—PBUSS r. & ^.xcl!n.itact, HHt, •vSsUoaMoisi and general^a^srial workatraaoaahe pries* 1 'uM !fer.v.rs-.' TANKTON. DAKOTA TERBITORY, TUESDAY EVENIEG, OCTOBER 25, 1887. THK DtlW FKKSS AND OAKOTAIAN is pnblishod«every evening, exoepting Bnn days. oarrieis. per by mall, per 00i .0 00. X*AKG W SDBSCMIPTIOK—] AKD DAXOTAXAX blook oomer of Third and Capital street*. Telephone number 5. BOWEN & KING8BOBY. Prop'trs. That Sparks is to be removod is the latent ramor in the air. This will happen if Seoretary Lamar can bring it aboat— bat Sparks is strong with the president. North Dakota Methodists, in confer ence at Fargo, took aotion in favor oi erecting a Methodist colltge in the Bed river valley, either in Minnesota or Da kota, as may be hereafter agreed npon. Seoretary Bayard is to be married daring the ooming winter to MISB Sopbia Markoe. Secretary Bayard is a member of President Cleveland's oablnet. This oiroamstanoes lends interest to the oom ing event. At the Methodist oonferenoe for soath Dakota at Aberdeen a resolution pre sented favoring woman suffrage wes re jected, the oonferenoe voting not to re oeiveit. This aotion oat off ail dm oassion and the Methodists go on the record BB opposing woman suffrage. Telegraphic orders direot troeps B, F, and seventh oavalry, and companies and E, twenty-fifth infantry, Maj. Baoom commanding, to the field and to preoeed at once to the vicinity of the Orow agency, a distanoe of 800 miles. The battalion is stationed at Fort Meade, in the Blaok Hills, and will probably maroh aoross the oountry to the soene of trouble. The outside publio, as represented by outside newspapers, is under a mistaken impression relative to the payment of ourrent pocounts off the insane hospital. It is asserted and believed that these acoounts were allowed by the auditor upon the certificate of the new board Tbe fact is the aoditor required tbe cer tificates of both boardB before he would pass tbe acoounts and the new board certified to the aooouiitB under the cer tificate of the legal board. With the 8th of November the division campaign ends in en eleotiun through whioh the sentiment of the people of Dakota will, be expressed at the polls. We onoe more remind the voterr ol Yankton county of this event and again oail their attention to the impcrtanoe of full vote and a large majority for divi sion as a measure of local importance Yankton county is interested in low taxes and good government and these oan only be seoured through division. Attorney General Templeton says none ol the voucher* issued by tbe old board of Yankton asylum trustees, after tbe new board was appointed, will be ap proved.—Minneapolis Journal. Attorney General Templeton, as usual, has fired himself off without knowing what he was loaded with. Tbe vouchers issued by tbe old board for September were all paid, tbe auditor, for the sake of keeping up tbe Ghuroh deception of a supernumerary board, requiring that tbe additional trustees plaoe tbeir names under tbe names of tbe regular trustees. This oan do no harm—and no good. Already Huron is oomplaining that he rate npon coal to Bedfiefd is cheaper by fifty cents than at Huron. This was brought aboat in no other way than that the advent of tbe Manitoba in this city ioroed the Northwestern to meet its Dalutb rate, and as all freight .for this point had to be drawn through Redfield —not Haron—tbe rate to that point must be as low as to this city. Tbe Northwestern dodges the interstate law so far as it affects Huron by haaling everything by the wav of Watertown and RedQeld.—Aberdeen Neut, There is considerable twisting around on the part of the railroads of the west to keep up tbe prioe of coal and the Manitoba seems to be the only organize tion whioh oan resist the temptation to speculate npon the necessities of the people. Tbe Manitoba asks fair com pensation for its investment and its labors and the town whioh seoares that road possesses a powerful business ally. The storm of Sunday, which brought snow and frigid blasts to this section of the oountry, also swept over the north, era states with severity even greater than was experienced in Dakota. From Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Ohio and New York some aoooants of a raging gale, accompanied by snow and rain Upon the lakes the visitation was par ticularly severe and numeroas wreaks are strewn along the bleak shores of Michigan, Haron and Erie. In tbat re gion the wind attained a velocity of from forty-five to sixty miles per boar and the air was filled with snow. From four point* in Wisconsin, 'W-J, noanoing that aharges might be pre ferred against him, was not manufac tured in the Pioneer Press offloe. It is more than probable that some ohiritable I institution will be 800 rioher the gov Eernor backs up his proposition with payment on proof. Governor Church has fallen int) the habit of imagining that he oan go violating the laws of Da kota and of the United States without protest on the part of his viotims—the people of Dakota. He has perhaps for gotten that in taking fees for notaries' commissions, etc., be is violating the organic aot, that in signing legislative bills providing for extraordinary expen diture in the executive department he violated the organia act, that in giving all the inBaranoe of publio buildings to a pet Bismarck agent he violated the law of the territory, that in appointing trus tees to tbe Yankton insane hospital whpn that institution was already provided with trustees he violated the law of tbe territory. These area few sampks ol usurpation which entitle him to investi gation at Washington and if he imagines there is no one outside the Pioneer Presa I oflioe to make charges against him he mistakes the temper of the people with whose rights he is triliiDg. Judge Francis declares that he will not resign and his case will go before tbe senate when the confirmation of bis saocessor oomi» up. The New York Sou of the 23J gives the following on ihe subject: R. M. Tattle, editor of tbe Mandan, DaBota, Daily Pioneer, was in town yes terday afternoon and- called at tbe San office to volunteer some information oonoerning W. H. Francis, the justioe of tbe supreme ooart of Dakota wno has been requested by President Cleveland to resign. Mr. Tuttle said that the let ter requesting the resignation was dated Sept. 13th, and that it was well known in Bismarok, where Judge Francis lives, and in Mandan, five miles from Bis marck, tbat Judge Franois reoeived the letter in dae season, bat. tbat be intend ed to re'uoe to resign, holding tbe opinion that he oould not be removed. His term oi oflioe will expire in July, 1888. All tbe attorneys in tbe district, Mr. Tattle said, with tbe exoeption of one or two, wbo are bis personal friends, demand Judge Francis' removal, and they have demanded it aside from po litical grounds. It ia understood in Da kota, he Bald, that tbere is a deal Bome wbere from the manner in wbioh Jadge Franois bas, been retained in office. Judge Francis is not wholly at tbe meroy of those of both parties who oppose him. He has some of the strong est home demooratio backing that a man ia office could ask for. WEST EHN JUSTICE. Raw Jutes Lynch Compelled an Old Villain to OiBgorae. The following incident oi pioneer days is oompiled from Herbet F. Ban croft's new volume, "Popalar Tribun als," about to be published in bis re markable series of historical works re lating to tbe Paoifio slope: 'X'lio warm hearted early settler* of California were ready to interfere and do oubfltantial justice whenever they saw a wrong dpne. In 1868 tbe town of Visa iias Btoud somewuat remote- from tbe more thickly settled portions ot the state. Population was sparse aud tbe courts were poorly organized, and tbeie were many wild aud lawltss obaraotets about. There was no j-til in the entire ooantry. A rough shanty in an oak opening oonstituted the court hottee. l'be fijor of tbe shanty was the bare eartb, and in the midJle rose tbe stamp of a large oak tree. To this stamp was attached a ring bolt, and tbe stump and ring bolt constituted the county prison, for tae felons were chained to it with a guard over tbem. On oomplaint of h:s nephew, William C. Deputy was arrested by the sheriff and chained to tbe stump, He was thought by some to be a bad oharaoter, and was aocused by tbe nephew of de frauding him of lands and moneys to tbe value of $30,000 or $40,000. Deputy was an-old man, and because he was a Mormon the people were all tbe more ready to call him a villain: he was shunned and detested in tbe oommanity. They said tbat be held in his possession at tbe time of his errest property be longing to bis nephew as a confidential trust and this he persistently reiased to reeonvey. A lawyer was employed to oompel the man to disgorge tbe funds, but Deputy bad oonoealed his traoks with saoh skill as to defy detection and defeat legal proceedings. The nephew was doped, and the law ooold not help him to obtain restitution Nothing woald svail but to oompel the man to sign over bis ill-gotten gains. Acoordingly be stated his grievances to bis friends and enlisted the sympathy of the oommanity. They knew of bat one wayiB whioh tc adjust the difficulty. Tbey would form a vigilanoe oommittee and oompel the old man to sign the pa pers. Tbey believed tbenephew to be in tbe right, and would extend bim that justice whioh the law ooold not give Tbe caase was made a oommon one by tbe entire oommanity, aud there Was a not a single individual who opposed the plan made known to the orowd that gathered and determined apon aotion Tbat nlgbt they met and at 12 o'olook marobed to the oourt boose, where they foand Deputy guarded by two armed men. They entered the room, meeting little opposition, took Deputy from tbe benoh where be was lying and led him to the northern seotion of tbe town, He was plaoed be neath the tree, from which a ropa was already swinging. Tbe rope was then two in Ohio and one in New York come I adjusted about his neck, and he was in- aoooants ot furions snow storms, Wis consin reporting depth of ten inches of snow. Tbe velocity ol tbe wind ss re* oorded at the Yankton signal station was eighteen miles per boar and tbe snow fall bare was two inches. So tbe storm assumed mash greater severity as it progressed eastward. Tbe etoim center was over the lake region. Gov. Church offers to donate $60 to some ohitriteble institution if the 8t. Paul Pioneer Press oan prove that a spe cial tek'jram recently published, formed tbat bis life woald be forfeited unless be complied with tbeir demands and made over thr/ property: Tbis be refased to do. Aooordingly be was swauR into the air two' or three times and lowered again until finally be pro posed to do what wac required, provided he should be releseed from oustody and freed from the charge of felony that was pending against bim. Tbis was granted, and then be made t\ fall oonfession, promised restitution eci' gave aoeonnt of what he held. He xlm then taken baok to the room and ohahied again to await the appear Moe of the lawyers in tbe morning, To prevent farther violenoe iiha sheriff tfRgp*^. ..^.^,..1SK.--^^V plaoed a strong guard about the primi tive jail. On the following day a notary was summoned, who drew up a deed and asked Deputy if he woald sign a paper cheerfully and willingly. Sev eral persons witnessed the proceedings, and amoDg tbem was a lawyer wbo talked with Deputy in a friendly way and advised him to sign tbe papers This Deputy at length did, and it was attested by tbe lawyer. Tbe acknow ledgment was then taken by the notary and his seal affixed. Not the slightest ooeroion was used, so it was claimed, for the old man readily assented to whatever was required. Deputy was then released and all oharges against him withdrawn. He went immediately to another ootinty, and there appealed to tbe oonrtR, endeavoring to be reinstated in possession, but was unsuccessful in his application. Sparka Cauaeet a Commotion. Washington, Oct. 22—The department of the interior was ia a state of mingled exaltation, depression and exoitement to-day. It was all oaused by tbe report that the resignation of General Sparks had been demanded by Seoretary Lamar by authority of tbe president, who bad at last acqaiesced after many objections to tbe proposed change. Some ot the general's warmest partisans sorrow/ally expressed their belief in tbe truth of the news, while in the offloes near the secre tary's room tbe news was whispered witb glee. It is explained that tbe retirement of bpnrks bas beoome oeoessary, no) only on acoount of the lack of harmony between tbe interpretation of tbe law by bim and Ltmar, respectively, bat aleo by tbe faot that- tbe commissioner, ir some oases, has obstinatuly adhered to bis own views in his official aots after a reversal of bia decisions by tbe seoretary ot tbe interior. It may turn out, how ever, as it did before, tbat a persona), conference between tlie president and Oeneral Sparks will result in tbe latter's retention. -s If you have catarrh, use the surest re medy—Dr. Sage's. The Beau Ideal of a Family Medicine. A. remedy whioh promptly and completely relieves ailments ot each oommon ooaarrence as indigestion, oonstipation, biliouincss and disordersof a malarial type, Is ae»ur«dly the beau ideal of a family medicine. 6uob is Hos tettei's btomaoh Bitters, whioh in not only oapai'le.of eradicating these complaints, bat counteracting a tendency to kidney Saved His Lite. pwigm 3V^&3^»FS- also troublofl, rbeauiatiam and premature deca^ dencc ef fttamtDa,. Taking it "all round/' as tbe pbrane in, tbere in probab'y nut in existence BO useful, tffeotive and ugreeable a household p^naoeaM the Bitters. Nor i* it less highly fftfeemedby be medical profession than the famili^ of. imerioa. Numberless testi monials from professional sonroes of irrefraga ble autbentjcity evince its merit. The demand for it abroad, no lees than in the land of its discovery, ia«ertainly inoreasint, timeandex r*i-» perienoe of Hs beneficent eflfeots confirming the I high opinion originally form Oi it. 1 CATARRH CUBED, health and sweet breath secured, by Slilloh'a Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injec tor free. Sold by Dr. Vaoderhule. 1 have been tronbled with oaturrh from boyhood, fend considered my case ohronio until abputtferte years ago 1 procured Ely's Groam Balm a^d 1 ootwt myself scnud to-day, all from the nse ef one bottle —J. li. Uooley, Hardware Merchant, Montrose, Fa. JBIy's Crtfami Halm onred me of a very disagreeable disease wbioh 1 Bnppnted to be| catarrh. I think it one of the best of remedies I any Otto, Anaconda, Mont. Mr. D. L. Wilooxson, of Horse Cave, Ey., says he was, for many years, badly afiiioted witb phthisic, also diabetes tbe pains were almost unendurable and would sometimes almost throw bim into convulsions. He tried Electric Bitters and got relief irom first buttle and after taking six bottles, was entirely cared, and bad gained in flesh eighteen pounds. Says he positively believes be would have died, bad it not been for the relief afforded by Electric Bitters. SoldI vlBrDfiailia for 50c a bottle by Pardy & Breobt. SHILOH'S VITALIZER is what you I need fur Constipation, LOBS of Appietlte, I Dizziness and ail symptoms of Dyspepsia. I Prioe 10 and 75 cents per bottle. Hold by Dr. Vanderhule. Don't Experiment You oannot afford to waste time in experimenting when yoar langs are :n danger. Consumption always seems at I first, only a oold. Do not let any dealer impoee upon you witb some oheap imi tation of Dr. King's New Discovery fori consumption, oougbs. aud colds, but be sure spn get the genuine. Becaose he oan msfetaore profit he oan tell yen be has something ]UBt aa good, or just the same. Don't be deceived, bat insist npon getting Dr. King's New Disoovery, which is guaranteed to give relief in all throat, lang and obest affections. Trial bottles free at Purdy & Breoht's Drag store, Third street For lame back, siae Sbilob's Porous Plaster. Sold by Dr. Vanderhule or cbest, use I Price 25 cents. .Advice te Methers. Are yoa disturbed at night and broken of your reet by a sick child suffering and orying with pain of eatting teeth If so, Jend at onoe and get a bottle oi Mas. Wnrsiiow's SOOTHING STBOP tor Children Teething. Its value is Incalcu lable. It will relieve the poor little sat ferer immediately. Depend apon it, mothers, there is no mistake aboat it It oures dyEentery and diarrhoea, regu lates tbe stomaoh and bowiils, onree wind oolio, softens the gams, reduces in flammation and gives tone and energy to tbe whole system. Mr*. Wmeloi't Soothing Syrwp for Oliildren Teething v» pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip tion of one of the oldest narses and beet female pbysioans in the United States, and is for sale by all druggists throughout the world. Prioe twenty five cents a bottle. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by that terrible coufch. Sbilo'h's Cure is tbe remedy for you. Bold by Dr. Vander hule. BueJUeu'a.JLtntea Halm. The beat Salve in the world for Outa. Braises, Sores, Ulcsrtl, Salt Rheum, Fever Sore*, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblain Corns, ami all Skin Eruptions, and pos itively otue* Piles, er no pay required. It in guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prioe 86 cants per box. For Sale by the Kieslstar Drug Start of Pnrdy ABreoht ,s feasg NUMBER 157 Stoves! Stoves! -BY iS cM J. C. WORM AN.' '^1 ISO Hcatiiig and CooMng Sioves on^Hand Now and More Coming. Allot the Newest and Finest Paterae. Call and see for Yourself. W Prioes to Bult Everybody. US Am "W&:: Store on Capitol Street. YANKTON,. DAKOTA. Photographs. All Work Warranted Striotly First Class, Doe to .Expensive Improvement#. PORTRAIT & VIEW. EVERY STYLE and SIZE. CaTdSize, jv- Cabinet Size, Panel Size, Boudour Size, ...v 71 Imperial Size, 8x10 Size, /l.::-. 10x12 Size, 11x14 Size, A E O W I E S V1KWS UV HO MB, Thefiiesl[views of the olty of Yankton, for •&le at jNie Walpi'a ^albrr. NIC VVULPI, Portrait and View Photographer. Donglai Avenne .Yankton. WOOD!"" WOOD Ml 1,000 Cords Dry Wood for Sale Reasonably by the cord or iu lots, at nrntA BE S WOOD YARD. Sawed and Split Wood Delivered in 1 any Part of the City, j'f For prioe* apply at the yard. Corner of Third and Peail Streets, bower Kunkton. WTerms Strictly Cash. i, Telephono No. 12. S JAMES J. PjtfJSEB. FITCH SMITH, First Class Jeweler -AND- Practioal Watoh and Clook Repairer. All Work Done Neatly and Promptly. tofii I Gold Ring)) and Spectacles Re paired with Gold Solder. |BUNKER'S BLOCK Yankton. 11 I1OUS6 Bonglas Avenae, near Thlrdflstnet, 'S Saokton, Dakotr, W-: f® SMI Wallbaum & Becker, PBOFBIETOB3. •, •'.-"•i.-.'jr"'. .' iV-^'-A'^vKvl'1 "^3 Tids house La the headquarters for travelers ad immigrants. Good stabling la eeuuMtts*, with the hotel. W. B.VALENTIJNE, Contractor & Builder. Wholesale and Retail^ C. B. TAYLOB, WOOD WORKER —AND— UPHOLSTERER. Shop in the Bear of jJanbero's Vnrnitnn. IftOre All orders left at store will have prompt attention. J.H. TELLER, Attorney at Law, Offioe in PoitoffiM blook TANKTON DAKOTA a ms»- •m: SB* .V_vsK'.J Sw?-. & DEAJJEB IN Wlilte Lime. Cement, Fire Brick, Stucco, Sewer Pipe, JBite. Also Floor and Peecl of all Grades. Nos. 307 & 811, Broadway, Yankton. Michael Srennan* •t'.-.L.' MEAT MABKET. THIRD ITBKIf, lunoa^m IE *8 1 :a '-'i.