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LUMBER,
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Lath, Shingles,
Sash, Doors, Blinds
^f??^ -.-.v*
Lime,
Coal,
BUILDING PAPER, &c.
bit Fourth and Lootut Streets,
DM Moines, Iowa.
VYard on Broadway near Northwestern
railroad traoks, Xankton, Dakota.
100 Fine Hanging Lamps,
20 Splendid Chamber Sets.
50-0 Goblets all Styles.
2S0 Cake Dishes.
1000 Wash Bowls and Pitohera.
1000 Dinner Plate*, &o.
500 Rock Teapots, Assorted,
250 Boxes Lamp Chimneys all sizes. I
A tnil line of Deoorated Tea and Dinner I
., Ware. I
A fall and eomplete Btock of all styles and I
quality of Glassware.
VCall and Examine.
M. J. WALKER.
STAR
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—-AND—
TRANSPORTATION LINE.
884 and 886 Douglas Ave.
Oorner Fourth St.
PETER SiEFFIX, Prop.
Best Equipped and Most
otis LIVERY in the
.fu ft
guarantee
•USBJ.O&HFJBILL, T. Y.BA2HIS.
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JnoH.Queal&C.pOR
CHARLES ItUDD,
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BOOM HAS COM El
TO YANKTON SURE
See
he best
eiling 4&8 in.
It ound. Ha wed
O ftk and Cedar Ponts
I a aU Lengtha and Sizes,
if i'jf 111
in. •. a s.A a.»shin*fes
bath, Picket* and Fenoiog.
ITU. invited to Call and See oar
BI ammoth btock of Mew Finishing
O. D. select 14,1,
1)4, l/i A 2 in all widths,
JiVEHY ABSOBTkUNT for the TBAUE
ELKBLK for what we rar. and will
COMM*NOK TO BOOM. OUB PAKT
OF THB BUSINESS AT ONOK,
JB etween 4th & 6th 8ts. Br'dway
O nr OBloe tttands, and
Short motioe yon
MAt HAVB ¥OOB
orders FILLED
J.H.BSAYKK
Manager.
WBW
CROCKERY STORE
Now Open Corner Douglas and
Third Street, Yankton.
The People of Yankton and Sur-I
rounding Country are Requested
to Call and Look Over the
LARGEST STOCKl
f. OF
Crockery and Glassware,
JLamps and Lamp Fix
tures, In Dakota,
All Marked and Beady for
Business.
J. H. DAWSON, Springfield,
JOE A. DAWSON, Vermillion,
HENRY RATZLOFF,
L. B. THOMAS,
Corner of Third and
Douglas Avenue
SCHOOL
ibe, ma* Hm I'
-—OF
•CVTJLMKW.^m)
Com modi-1
City.
may be depended on aa
attention is give a to all orders tele]
•r left at the Kerchanta Hotel or at Bta!
HawhfVBta
•eeeee
Stable »»«•......
toned
lunmnt
..He. It
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T.
& Barnes,
VJ.
ATIOS5ETS AT LAW
1ST-Will PraetioeHa all ths Oenrts ef ths
Territory.
W. I* DOW,
i^sjknXO^S.l.'toO't? AND DECORATOR.
a
mt
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800 West Third Street.
Boots & Shoes.
Just Received a Complete Stoek of the
Latest Patterns in BOOTS and
SHOES, which will be Sold
at Low Prioea. Agent for
300
West
STKEET.
[THIRD
SALE!!!
[Following is a List of Accounts which
we offer at a Large Discount:
JOSEPH HEINICH,
JOHN QOEBEL.
W. H. HOLMES, Sioux City,
LOUIS LbPAGE,
JOHN MULLET.
Balance of List will Follow in a Few Days.
YANKTON, DAKOTA.
EXGELSIOR DRUG STORE.
ZSSTABIilSHJ&D IK 186ft
Piardy & Brecht,
r-
Wholesale and Retail Druggists.
Books and Stationery, Cold Pens
Wall Paper and Ceiling Decorations.
0*8pedal attention given thli Une,.
PURDY & BRECHT, Yankton.
I WISH TO SAY
Soots
I
respectfully solicit patronage a
sa&rfaetloa. PETES STBW1H'
aad
To the Ladies that I have just received a large and:
complete sioek of HOUGH & FORD'S celebrated
fine Kid and Glove Shoes. I have sold several thous
and pairs of them end have found them to be perfeot
in every reepeet, I now have the largest and best
etoek of
sliclcL
Popular Shoe Store,
190 "VfKST THIRD 8TKEJ3T.
{Artistic Painter
NO. A. WEEKS,
John Laag,
la
ITXI latest and fiaMt dedans In Intertor OAF1ZA
I A^eoelaSoB. oa Ospitol
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& T. COUSINS, REYNOLDS BROTHERS, "rr"l
E. A. Burt. Burt & Packard,
Burt & Mears.
I I, PILES, Yankton
Siloes,
for the fall and winter trade that I havii ever carried.
1 shall try to keep mp asy reputation for selling the
best goods at the lowest peeeible prices.
Wm. M. Powers,
Feed and Sale Stable
Opposite Morrison Hotel,
CAPITAL Rim,. ..XMDKXOB,
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'Azeat fat MaiiiMu BajarvJ
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FANKTON, DAKOTA TERRITORY, MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 13, 1888.
aiig §xm anil $»Mn
THB DAILY PBK8S AND DAKOTAIAK
IB pvblished every evening, exooptLng Boa*
day*.
TNASM «F BUBSOBIPTIOM—By oarrlert, per
month, $1 00 per year, $18 00 by mall, per
month, 85 cents per year, 110 00.
Offioe—PB*SS AHB DAXOTAIAX felook oorner of
Third and Capital atreeta.
Telephone nnmber 5.
BOWEN A KINO8B0BY, Prop'tr».
Private letters from Sparta, Wisoonam,
say it is settled that J. M. Morrow, of
that town, is to saooeed Judge Palmer,of
the foarth Dakota district. No Dako
taians need apply.
Hon. O. 8. Gifford has our thanks for
I a copy of Ordway Johnson's talk before
the house committee on territories
against division. It is a juioy fragment
of pnbiic printing, Mr. Johnson relieving
the dreary monotony of congressional
I routine by the introduction ef several
original statements.
It is predicted by the Sionx Falls
I Press that Minnehaha oouaty d.'moorats
will send an anti-Ohuroh delegation to
the demooratio territorial convention.
Anti-Ohuroh means anti-Oleyeland. This
will ooour, probably, beoause the gover
I nor did not ask the boys up to take
I something the last time he was in Bionx
I Falls.
Delegate (iifford has introduced a bill
I to divide the liismarok land distrust. Its
boundaries are as follows: Commencing
at the southwest oorner of Bowman
county, east to southwest oorner of Het-
tinger county, theroe north to the Mis
I souri river, thenoe up the river fdllow
I iag the ohannel to the Montana line,
I
thenoe south on said dividing line to the
I place of beginning- The land offioe of
I the new diutriot is to be looated at New
1 England oity.
Sergeant Glenn, aa employee of the
I signal serviceb ureau, at Huron,informed
the heartless fiend who oonstruots Dako
ta romances for the Ohioago Herald that
Ibe Yankton coal mine had been aban
I dosed because ths YankisB eoai
was very poor coal and not worth
mining. AU that iB known of tha Yank
ton ooal is what is shown by the analy
sis, and the analysis asserts that it is a
vary superior quality of ooal. Possibly
Sergeant Glenn knows more about this
ooal than those pecuniarily interested in
the find. We have had frequent ocoa'
I sioa to suspect that be estimates him
1 self a great man.
Grading oontraotors who do work for
the Manitoba are waiting in Sioux Falls
for the spring t® open under the assur
ance that there will be plenty of work
daring the summer. It is the habit of
the Manitoba to survey its summer work
during the winter months. The only sur
vey made tor the Manitoba the present
winter is theBurvey now being com
pleted between Sioux Falls and Yankton
aad after this is finished the party ex
peots to cross the Missouri and proceed
with the soutbwestward extension. So
the only work. being made ready for the
graders is on the Denverward line via
Yankton. This faot in itself is ample
confirmation of the expectations of Yank
ton. In addition to this there are per
sonal assurances of the president of the
oompany and membera of his direotory
that ths Manitoba will oross the Mis
souri at Yankton, Our peoplo may as
well get ready for the steam snorter of
the Manitoba.
An editorial artiole in a reoent iBsue
of the Ohioago Times mentions the faot
that there is no state within the United
property. The Times suggests that
some of the new statee created from the
territories enter the union under consti
tutions which provide public revenue
under some other system than the taxa
tion of property, es eommonly practiced.
Suoh an innovation upon the oustoms of
the sisterhood of the republio oould cer
tainly populerize the state adopting the
idea. People do not like to pay taxes
and would flook in large numbers to a
a new western state operated tinder a
prohibition against the taxation of prop
erty. The Dakota boojp could be ever
lastingly prolonged under such an ar
rangement. Bui the projeot oommends
itseli in many ways aside from its ad
vertising features. Taxation of prop
erty, usually heavy in the west, impedes
improvement, for under the system in
vogue the more a property owner im
proves the heavier his tax burden is
made. This is probably the most prom
inent evil arising from the popular
method of scouring a public revenue
and that it servas to retard development
need not be said.
That a state oan exist without levying
tribute upon the property of its residents
is demonstrated in the experienoe of the
nation, whioh finds itself in possession
of a greater revenue than it naede for
ourrent expenses without imposing a
tax upon the property of its people.
England furnishes another example of
the ability of a great govemment-to ex
ist and thrive through taxation process
which oolleots no dues from land or per'
sonal property.
Borne of the statee are almost sustain
ed from a percentage oi' the earnings of
their railroads. The email balance
needed to pay expenses oould be raised
by a simple system of internal revenue
and property oould go untaxed for state
support. The same principle could bo
applied to oountiee aad oommunities,
and property thoreby relieved of bur
dens whioh tend to retard its develop
ment. The Ubioago Times says:
Should anew state adopt a constitu
tion prohibiting the taxation of property,
it woald soon beoome the riobest part of
the union. The tax burdened citizens
of every state and territory would flock
to it. Before ten years bad passed, every
state would see the neoessity of abolish
ing taxes on property. Let some ter
ritory try the experiment.
What do the wise men of the expeotant
•totes of Dakota think of this suggestion
A letter from Senator Farwell ia given
in this issue, aooompanied by some re
marks by General Campbell. Senator
Farwell
Btates
the situation tersely in
the concluding sentenoe of his letter.
There is no present hope of statehood
for Dakota or for the two Dakotas. The
issne must first be made a national issue.
Tbc oiu siruggle for the rights of Kan
sas and Nebraska must be repeated and
the democratic majority must be abso
lutely foroed to yield before there can
be any hope for the establishment of
statehood sovereignty upon the soil
of the Dakotas. General Campbell
outlines a plan throngh which Da
kota may take the initiatiye in the
struggle, and Dakota must lead if it ex
peots the people of the states to take
up its oanse. in earnest. Thus far we
have done nothing in the right direotion.
We hare asked, petitioned, implored—
have presented our case bristling all
over with faGts and arguments whioh
establish our right to local self govern
ment. What does the demooratio ma
jority in oongress care for all this so long
as a recognition of the right we invoke
involves a possible destruction of that
majority? Dakota's grievances are a
very small incident to them their
grand oonspiraoy for the perpetuation
of their power. The dominant element
of democracy has saorifioed many hun
dred thousand lines in an effort to main'
tain party prestige when it was in the
vrrong. It has enoouraged and partici
pated in outrages upon the residents of
territories in the denial of rights whioh
threatened its supremaoy. There is now
no reason to suppose that the demoora.
tic party ean be reached through appeals
to its heart or its oon^oienoe or its sense
of justice. With these sentiments it has
no affiliation. Its ons object is power to
itself. Dakota's struggle should there
fore be transferred, as an inftia
tory move, from oongress to its
own legislature and the legislative oam
paign of 1888 should be made upon
that issue. Oar legislators oan do
much to forward the interests of Dakota
and plaoe the Dakota matter in shape to
be made a national issue by making
ample provision for the inauguration of
statehood governments for north and
south Dakota. Then let the two sections
proceed as two states and the issue will
be fairly sprung. The nation must par
tioipate in the oontest to compel oon
gress to reoognfee theBe states.
1HE DAKOTA SITUATION.
A Statement From Senator Farwell
—SI* Present ttepefor Dakota'* Ad
mission.
United States senate, Washington, D.
0.,Feb. 1,1888—E. M. Thomas, Eiq.
Huron, Dak.: My Dear Sir—1 am in
reoeipt of yeur letter of reoent date re
lating to the division and admission oi
Dakota. In response thereto, I am o(
the opinion that as the electoral vote of
Dakota would be a factor in the presi
dential elections, the democratic house
of representative* will pass no' bill that
will admit Dakota as one state, maab
less to divide and admit as two. The
policies the democratic party are formed
and dominated by the men of the sonth
they are the body and brains of the party
and, with them in the foreground, with
the record they have made in getting ln
to power in this government on fraudu
lent titles, by enppressiBg the vote and
manipulating the ballot box, oould you
or any other Dakotaian believe for
moment that they would have any
scruples in denying to republican Dak
ota admission as a state so long as the
possibility of the electoral vote menaoed
their oontinuance in power? What
they want is to oontrol, aad, as pohtioal
history, tor twenty-five years past shpws
the faot that they are willing to marah
through corruption and scatter the
blood of the innocent for what they
have aeoured, shows that they would
not hesitate to throttle this little affair.
Itis my opinion that Dakota will
never be admitted until the good people
of the northern states, in the dominant
party, are aroused to a sense of the faot
that the southern end of their party
are outraging the rights of your people,
as they did in the Kansas and Nebraska
troubles, simply to keep the power of
government in their own hands. And
until the issue is squarely made upon
the floor of the house and charged upon
them, by your press, eto.. that the first
demoaratie administration is found re
enacting the old Kansas taotioe of ton
ing in, or keeping out, whioh ever would
oontinue power, and whioh led to the
war of the rebellion, you oan have no
hopee I fear.
I will lend the plan of division and
admission my aid, in the senate,
Very Truly Tours,
O,B. FABWELX.
OIXEBAII OAHFBBLL COMAUTS.
To the Press & Dakotaian: The en
dosed letter of Senstor Farwell is of
extreme importance to the people. of
Dakota. It expresses the situation ex
aotly. Dakota has no hopes until the
people or the ooantry are aroijised to th
situation. That is as true as gospel
squally true ia the proposition, whioh
follows from it. That the northern peo
ple will not take up the cause of Dakota
until the people or Dakota take up their
own cause, a* did the people of Kansas
and make an issue, whioh the peoplo of
or the oountry oan see.
It time that oar people look this
question eqa&re iu the faoe.
If they suffer the ae*t»tu?uaer to peeai
f3^i«fe»,
by, as they did the one before last, with
out an organised movcuiei t, to eleot a
territorial legislature, whioh will have the
manhood and independence and intelli
gence to take the steps necessary to
frame suoh an issue, they will not have
another chance tor three more years.
The words of Senator Farwell are
grave, weighty and suggestive.
They are notices to every business in
terest of Yankton, Sioux FallB, Huron,
Water town. Mitobell, Pierre and of all
north aiid south Dakota, that, whatever
steps are neoeBsary to the way of state
government to relieve their burdens and
disabilities, and to add to their growth,
they must prepare to take themselves, aa
Kansas did. In a word, whatever is to
be done in the next three years for
statehood by the Dakotas, must be done
in the next three months.
Yours truly,
HUGH J. OAUFBBIIII.
For iiS years I have been afflicted with
catarrh so that I have been confined lo my
room for two months at a time. 1 have tried
all the hnmbngsin hopes of relief bnttono
•usoess nntil I met with an old friend who had
naed Kly's Cream Balm and advised me to try
it. I procured a bottle to please him, ana
from the first application 1 foaad relief. It is
the best remedy 1 have ever tried.' W. C.
Mathews, Justice of the peaee, Bhen&ndoah,
Iowa.
Two bottles of Ely's Cream Balm enred the
wife of a well known U. B. A.. General and also
two army officers in Arikona of eatarra.
Two Ways. Choose Which!
There are two nsnal ways of doing what Na
ture sometimes
does incompletely, namely, to
loliero the bawels. One is to swallow a drastio
purgative whioh evacuates profusely, abruptly
and with pain, the other is to take Hostetter's
Stomach tters, the eSeot of whioh is not
lent, but sufficiently thorough and whioh (IOOBvio
uotiripe the intenttnoB. If the first is selected,
th« person CL,
mauent beoofiti &nd
it need not expect per-
cannot hope to etoase
the debilitating reaotien whioh leaves the
organs as bad or worse off than before. If, on
tne other hand, he resorts to tue Hitters, he
can rely upon the restoration of a regulai
habit of body, ronseqaeat upon a renewal of a
healthful tone in the intestinal oanal. Besides
healthfully relaxing the bowels, the Bitters
arouse a dormant liver, Impart a.benefioial
impetus to the aotion of the kidneys and
counteract the early twinges of rheumatism a
tendenoy to gont, and malaria in all its forms.
Renews Her Ysuth,
Mrs. Phoebe Ohesley, Peterson, Olay
Oo„ Iowa, tells the following remark
able story, the truth of whioh is vouohed
for by the residents of the town: "lam
73 years old, have been troublad with
kidney oomplaint and lameness for
many years oould not dress myself
without help. Now I am free from all
pain and soreness, and am able to do all
my own housework. I owe my thanKs to
Eleotrio Bitters for having renewed my
youth, and removed completely all
disease and pain." Try a bcttle, only
50o. at Purdy & Ereoht's Drug Store,
"HACKMETAUK." a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price 26 and 60 cents. Sold
by E. M. Ward druggist.
A Captain's Fortunate Discovery.
Oapt. Coleman, sohr. Weymouth,
plying between Atlantic City and ft. Y.,
had been troubled with a oough so that
be was unable to sleep, and was induoed
to try Dr. King's New Disoovery for
Consumption. It not only gave him
instant relief, but allayed the extreme
soreness in his breast. ELis ohildren
were similarly affected and a single dose
had the same happy effect. Dr. King's
New Disoovery is now the standard
remedy in the Ooleaan household and
on board the schooner. Free Trial
Bottles of this Standard Bemedy at
Purdy & Breoht's Drug Store.
ABE YOU MADE miserable by Indiges
tion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Ap
petite, Yellow Skin Sktloli's Vttailzer Is
a,positive cure. Sold by B. M. Ward,
druggist.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your reat by a sick child suffering and
orying with pain of eutting teeth If so,
•end at onoe and get a bottle of
Mxs. WIMSIAJW'S Soomma STBOP for
Ohildren Teething. Its: value is Inoaleu
labia. It will relieve the poor little sul
ferer immediately. Depend upon it,
mothers, there is no mistake about it
It ouree dycentery and diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomaoh and bowels, cures
wind oolio, softens the gums, reduces in
flammation and gives tone and energy
to the whole system. Mrt. Wfntlow't
Soothing 8yr*ip for OMldrm Tttthing is
:lea»ant to the taBte, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest nurses and
beet female physioaps in the United
Statee, and is for sale by all druggists
throughout the world. Price twenty
five cents a bottle.
SHILOH'B OUBE will immediately re
lieve Group, Whooping Ooagh and Bron
chltis. Sold by B. M. Ward, druggist.
MuchUtn'u Am
tea Halve.
The beat Salve in the world for Outs,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Bheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Sands, Chilblain
Oorns, and all Skis Eruptions, and 'poe
itlvely cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfeot satisfaction, ct
money refunded. Prioe 36 cents per box,
For Sale by the Excelsior Drug Store of
PnrHr A Braeht
fillctael Breiuiasa,
MEAT MARKET.
wan.
H8S
.. :.jfe
THIRD KTBBRT,
rASKTOH DAK OTA
DOUGLASAVENUE
.FAMILY GROCERY
—AHD—
PROVISION STORE
Seeend Doo from Corner of Third.
YANKTON,
DAKOTA,
Baring Opened a fall
Sweeties aad Provisions, at
thi li'*w«et, the Propria
geitsiistke pairance eizairexe
lias of hastily
aa Low aa
QMS OlaBSOH*
NUMBER 252
Photo graph s.
Ail Work Warranted Btriotly First Glass
Due to .Expensive Improvements.
PORTRAIT & VIEW.
EVERY
STYLE and SIZE.
Cad Size, t&V
Cabinet Size,
Panel Siae,
Boudour Sine,
Imperial Size,
SxXO Size,
10x13 Size,
11x14 Size,
AT VERY LOWPBICK8,
VIEWS OF HOHB,
The finest viewa of the olt/ of Yankton, for
ule At £lie Wnlpl'B gallerr.
NIC WULPI,
Portrait and View Photographer.
Donflae A^enae*. Yankton.
Foundry
-JJND
MACHINE SHOP
Engines and Boilers,
Creamery Buppllea,
Steam Heating and
Water Pipe,
Cswtings of all kl*4a
.•^{4
a7~Smaii Horse power for sale..
4 ,4' Ji 1*f\
•U/
Martin & Anderson,
Walnnl street. Task ten.
Qermania House
»«KSlu Avenae, aaac Third street,
Xaakten. Dakata,
•si 'J
I
rtM?
Wallbaum ft Becker,
FBOFBIBTOBS.
C. H. BATES
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This hoase ia the headatutrten for travelers
nd InwUgrmnte. Good stabling la ooBneettaa
•1th the hotel.
WHOUBAIIKSAMD BBTAIIA
GROCER
Sealer la Staple
Qrooeries and Provisions, Dried
Fruits, Wooden and Willow
Ware, Tobacoo. Oiaara.
Eto, Eto., Eto.,
Oppceite Oox, Odlorae Oo's
IAHKTON, DAKOTA
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C. B. TAYLObT^
WOOPWOBKEB
/-AMD-
PHOLSTEKEB.
WBhop la the Beatr ef Sanben's hnihtt
store All orders left at sic
re will have peoai pt
attention.
DAN. MeDEYITT,
Dealer fa -v-'.Wis^
Sroeeriaa, Wlnea and U^uora,
Feed end ProTlatonss,
•f
AsitTONi.IWin,.,.......^.DAKOTA.
4^ J» H. TKIITIKR,
Attorney at Law,
OSee in PoetoQee bk»k
TAW'knur dakot^
DAKOTA.,
eOMMIKCiAL COLLEGE,
Oeca® Haisd aitai oissitei stMee^i
gjJntTOM
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