The well known imp. Clydesdale Stallion NIGEL  will
Btand on the Caahel Farm [Beaver Creek] and at Mr. E. Miners
[Jim River] during the season of 1888.
NIGEL—Sire, Pride of Yoker, [1248.]
First dam, Nelly by Prince of Wales, [673.]
Second dam, Norah by Sir Walter Scott, [797.]
Pride of Yoker by Pride of Clyde, dam Maggie by Farmer,
Pride of Clyde by Old limes.
E A N E
The imp. pure bred Clydesdale Stallion, Banker,  will
id at the Red Barn, opposite the Commercial Hotel, Yankton, and
Aten, Nebraska, during the season of 1888.
BANKER—Sire Rothschild, [5307.]
First dam Rosie  by Pride of Clyde.
Second dam Maggie by Old Campsie [11U].
Rothschild by the Champion horse Darnley,  dam, Alice by
I Lothian Tam.
For Particulars of fees, (fee, apply to
L. MACttKEGOK, Caskel ^arm, Utt'ca.
Wholesale and Retail
EXCELSIOR DRUG STORE.
^SSTABLlaHED IH 186ft
"/I5J dy & Brecht,
Books and Stationery, Gold Pens
Wall Paper and Ceiling Decorations.
Alto, a TOM (in.
800 West Third Street,
Boots & Shoes.
Just Received a Complete Stook of the
Latest Patterns in BOOTS and
SllGFS, which will be Sold
at Low Prioes. Agent for
attention given tills Idne,
PURDY & BRECHT, Yankton.
J. & T. COUSINS, REYNOLDS BROTHERS,
E. A. Burt. Burt & Packard,
Burt & Mears.
C. H. BATES
Oppodto Ooz, Odioraa Oo'a
THIKD STREET. I, PILES, Yankton
T. L. BOOITE,
PAPEE HANGER & DECORATOR
CARRIAGE AND HOUSE PAINTER.
Shop on Douglas Avenue, Between Ttalrd and Fourth Streets.
It Shop is Closed, Leave Orders at Howard's Book Store and I will
Call and'See Tea. vi'v. u'-.-• i"
WHOUtBALB AND BET AIL
Qrooeries and Provisions, Dried
Fruits, Wooden and Willow
Ware, Tobacoo, Cigars,
EtOi, Eto., Eto„
Patching and Kalsomlhlngr,
O IS E W W O
Promptly Executed. P.
Residence, Linn 8tr.it near 8th.
A. B. LEWIS.
C. H. GR1MW00J),
Oontraotor for Brickwork, Stan* and
'^Tae^de"»and OOm W«t fourth Barest
O O A S
PORTRAIT & VIEW
IN AMY SIZE OR STYLE
DOUGLAS AVE. YANKTON
A O A
We Oflti famish the Session Iiftvt
of^Dakot. for too years
1879^1^81, 1883, 1885
Address, BOWEN & KINGSBURY,
SJattij |w mi JJa&tfljto
THE D41LV PBK8S AND DAKOTAIAN
is published every evening, exoepting Ban
Charles Mix,.:. 4
month, |1 00 per year, $12 00 by mail, per
month, 86 oenia per year, V10 00*
Brown ..... Is
Bon Homme 8
Buffalo ...... 1
block oorner of
Third and Capital streets.
Telephone number 5.
BOWEN & KINOSBDBY. Prop'trv.
Territorial Republican Convention.
The territorial republioan convention to se
lect delegates and alternates to attend tbe
national republican convention in Chicago,
Jane 19 next, will be held at James own, Wed
nesday, May 16,1888, and be called to order by
the ohairman of the repnblioan central com
mittee at 1 o'olook p. m,
In said convention the county representation
will*be on* delegate for every 200 voters or
major fraction thereof, of the tal te cast
for delegate to ooDgress in 1886. All organized
oonnties not having voted at that time will be
entitled to one delegate eaoh upon presenta
tion of a certificate from the proper territorial
officer of auch organization. The convention
wi'l consibt of 527 delegates, apportioned
among the counties named, aa follows:
Two delegates and two alternate are to be
eleoted and four contingent and four alternates
Apportionment made by the territorial re-
ublioau central committee at Aberdeen.
HABU1SON ALLEN, Ohairman.
CHARLES T. CLEMENT. Secretary.
Aepnbllcan County Convention.
Tho Yankton oonnty li.pnblioan oonvenii^n
to SQIOOI delsgAtM to tbe Territorial Bepnbli
can convention to bo held at Jamestown,
May 186h. 1888, for the ^arpoae of eleotios two
(2) delegates to the national Republioan con
vention to be held at Ohio&BO Jane* 19wh, 1888,
will be held at Yankton, May 12th, at 2 o'olock
p. m. at oity hall. The oaaouseB in the icveral
preoinoU, to select deleeates to the said oon
veotion, will be held May 10th at the plases
named, and will be entitled to the namber of
delegates designated below, to-wit:
ist Preoinot, sohool hoose, Gayriilo....—... tj
2nd PreoLnot, Store's school house 1
3rd Precinct, district school house Mo, 40... 6
4ih Precinct, district Bohool hoose No. 29... 8
6th Preoinot, rosidenoe of John K. Bye. 5
0th Preoinot,sohoo! house near JohnfiioOabe 8
7th Preoinot, district sohool house No. 80.. 8
Preciaot, distriot school house No.
9th Preoinot school house at Xjesterville.... 0
10th Preoinct, school house near Peiifers.. 4
11th Precinot, distriot sohool honse Mo, 21
12th Preoinct, distriot sohool house No. 50 2
13th frecinot armory on Broadway 14
11th Preoinot, Truck honse 28
FBED SOHNADMSB, Chairman Pro Tem.
Yankton, May 2, li&g.
Governor Oburoh is of the opinion
that he will have no difficulty in seouring
the admission of his delegates to the St.
Congressman Randall is ill, though
not dangerously so. He is subjecting
himself to sdrgioal treatment and this
with the strain of congressional work
has prostrated him
Wyoming republicans have ohosen
Governor Warren and O. D. Olark dole
gates to the Obioago convention. They
go uninstrnoted. The resolutions adopt
ed Btrongly oondemn President Cleve
land's land polioy,
Senator Eustia said to Senator In
galls, on the day of the memorable
Voorheee mast acre, that It was none of
Ingalla' business how eleotiona were
oonduoted in Louisiana and thai so long
as negroes were for the republioan oause
and against the confederacy they .conld
not vote in Louisiana. This was a sena
torial acknowledgment and Is officially
reDorted as the political declaration of
the gentleman from Louisiana.
I have adopted my polioy and some
of the people In Dakota are opposed to
it. It was olaimed that my office
holders were all at Watertown and
present at tbe regular oonvantion. lie
ports say they were keen, bright, intel
ligent looking men and representative
democrats of the territory. I know they
were, and I am willing to rest my ooorse
upon that fact alone. I have nothing to
eay of tho men who have been denounc
ing and maligning me. It is not
This is what Governor Ohuroh said at
St. Paul Sunday. It is gratifying to
notioe that he is disposed to accord doe
credit to "my officeholders" and to oou
oede his proprietorship.
In Pennsylvania the prohibitionists
have organized as a third party and an
noaoioe their intention of nominating
candidates for the legislature In every
oounty in the state this falL The issue
is the submission by the legislature of a
prohibition constitutional amendment
to the people. This the republicans
favor and tbe democrats oppose
Through the third party movement the
prohibitionists will defeat enough
pnblioans and eleot enough democrats
to pzoTent the .submission of the pro
posed constitutional amandment. In
this way they design punishing the re
The government agricultural bureau
in its April report says of Dakota:
The general condition of horses aad
oatlie ia eifin good for this season ut the
^f^WWWEWK***' 'F'-l' «flfr
TANKTON. DAKOTA TERRITORY, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 8, 1888.
year. All kinds of stook haye wintered
exoeedingly well, as tbe farmers bad
plenty of hay and straw. The loss from
exposure is very light, except those lost
in tbe Jancary blizzard. Sheep and bogs
are in splendid condition this spring,
and there will be a large increase in thiB
industry from present indications.
Hard winters in Dakota are evidently
not disastrous. No more severe test oan
ever aome to this seotion of tbe west
than the test of last winter. Yet "all
kinds of stook have wintered expeedingly
well" is the offloial report.
Watertown and Jamestown get two
territorial conventions apiece this year.
It ia pertinent to remark in this connec
tion that both are license cities, and the
repnblioan oommittee felt the necessity
ol liqaor at a convention equally as
maoh as did the democrats.
This remarkable statement comes from
tbe Aberdeen Democrat. it appears to
have been uttered in sincerity and
serioasness. It is ased as an argament
to ii flaenoe Aberdeen to abandon its at
tempt to enforce prohibition nnder the
looaloption law, the conolading lines of
the artiole reading:
No one oan deny that at least one
convention apieoe oame to those cities
simply beoaase the local option faroe
was not on the boards. These are things
that should be considered by all who
have the true financial interests of this
growing oity of Aberdeen at heart.
In defense of the republioan oommit
tee we can state that the saloon subjeot
was^one unthought of and not mentioned
in connection with the looation of tbe
conventions After the formal oommit
tee meeting had adjourned and the com
mittee men were talking matters
over among themselves it was suggested
that they had located both conventions
in prohibition oities. No one denied
this assertion and nothing more was
said about it. It is not probable that
the demooratio oommittee gave to the
liquor aspeot of the case any more con
sideration than did the republican com
mittee. We do not. mind stating to tbe
Democrat that Aberdeen oame very near
securing one of the republioan conven
tions, and that it owed its defeat, not to
its prohibition law, but to its
unreasoning anti-division sentiment
and its continued efforts to foroe ad
mission aa a whole upon tne south. But
for this the convention voted to Water
town would have gone to Aberdeen.
The action of the Burleigh oounty re
publican oonveation in strongly deolar
ing for the division of Dakota was so
muoh of a surprise aa to occasion sus
picion in some quarters of the sincerity
of the movement. Burleigh oounty,
under the lead of Bismarck, has hereto
fore opposed division (exoepting in one
or two oriti6al emergencies) and the
present harmonious agreement of its re
publicans that division is desirable in an
event calonlatad to arouse doubting
wonderment. But it appears that
the Burleigh county republicans
are in earnest. They may have
a motive of their own in
acknowledging conversion to a principle
they have so long opposed and if they
have the progressive cause of division
will be thankful that destiny has inter
posed in itB behalf. Burleigh eounty
has eBlisted on the side of division and
the ranks open to reoeive the reoruit
and all the allies it oan furnish from the
north. In the Bismarok Tribune there
is an explanation of the action taken by
tbe Burleigh oounty republicans at
their late convention and in that expla
nation tbe Tribune says:
Tbe convention was the largest con
vention of representative republicans
from all parts of the oounty ever held in
Bismarok. It was not a local movement
or in any way managed to boom Bis
marok or the Missouri slope. It was
called with ample notioe for the purpose
of taking the proper party stand on the
most important issue to Dakotaians in
the coming presidential campaign. That
issue is the question of one or two states.
The United States repnblioan senators
and all the repnblioan members of the
hoose of representatives have taken their
stand for,two Dakotaa and have resolved
to fight it out on that line before the
voters at the ooming eleotions,
and it waa most emphatically
right, timely and wise for
Burleigh oounty republicans, knowing,
as they did, that thia convention would
be the first in the territory nnder the
committee's call, to open the fight and
to take a Btand by and with their friends
in oongress. The republicans of Burleigh
eounty fully realized that the national
convention would be held at Ohioago
June 19,1888, that that body would put
a Dakota plank into the platform, tbart
the republioan convention to nominate a
delegate to oongress from Dakota would
meet at Watertown August 32,1888, that
that convention would endorse the na
tional platform, that no candidate would
be nominated who would not -boldly en
dorse and advooate tbe two Dakota
plank—which is tbe "key note of the
This is a fair presentation of the case
and a reasonable conclusion. .The re
publican party of Dakota mnst fully
endorse the issue in its national aspect
and the repnblioan party of the nation
is for two Dakotas.
Weary ot tbe BMB.
Washington speoial Conversations
with a namber of representatives and
senators to-day regarding the outlook
lot the nomination at Ohioago. gives one
the idea that the almost unanimous im
pression exists thai the Philadelphia
Times article is the last dying gasp of
the Blaine boom. PoUulsians who have
hitherU been friends of Blaine assert
that snoh vacillation as is indiosted by
the above report is a thing foreign to
Blaine's oharacter, and indeed unknown
in American politios, It oould have no
other effeot. if true, thap, to greatly
weaken Hue. Blaine with his own party.
They plainly assert that they do not be
lieve that Mr. Blaine has in
any way authorized or would coan
tenanM soon a stato of affairs. The
trouble seems to be that a larg*
number of Blaine's leading adherents,
taking his letter of declination to be en
tirely smoere, have pledged themselves
or are giving their support to other
candidates, and that many of them now
are in positions from whioh they cannot
withdraw. It is these men who woald
resent bitterly any attempt on the part
of Blaine's friends tor bring him again
into the field. The whole soheme is
looked upon asSthe work of a few men
who, by the nse of Blaine's name, hope
to dictate to a certain extent the nom
ination to be made at Ohioago,
and seoure a certain pro
portion of patronage thereby from any
repnblioan who might be nominated and
eleoted. The fact is that tbe east having
in a business-like way determined to
dismiss Mr. Blaine from ita mind as a
oandidate, is growing a little bit weary
of the whole Blaine business, and while
it still holds its kindly remembranoe and
respeot for Mr. Blaine, it is growing dis
gusted with the people who are trying
to boom him against bis expressed will.
Tbe Berlin Socialists.
New York, May &—A Berlin corres
pondent telegraphs from Brodenbaoh,
Austria, that Fran Batisoh Oak Bahn, of
Fourteenth street, Berlin, has just been
arrested on tbe oharge of aooialiam. She
ia said to have been the most important
female agent of the order. It being im
possible to get a word through German
telegraph offiees, the correspondent took
an engine to the Austrian frontier. An
other arrest in Berlin to-day was an al
leged leader of sooial demoorats named
Albert Quandt, found in a house where
was stored a quantity of revolutionary
pampbletB. Bome were written by La
Salle, but several new and exoeedingly
fleroe ones were the work of tbe
noted and powerful socialist writer
rebel. There was also printed copies in
German of the last speeohes of Legal,
and the defenoe and sensational utter
ances of the socialists who were hanged
at Ohioago. Crowds oonatantly sur
rounded the building in Ejppenstrasae,
where the sooialist printing presses were
seized. Tbe number of arrests known is
thirty-eight. There is not a line in any
of tbe German papers giving informa
tion. The polioeare dumb and faots
are exceedingly hard to get hold of. The
den where all the .socialiBtic printing
has been done is 78 Koplen street in the
basement of a huge building accommo
dating ninety lodgers. The house is
oonatantly full, presumably of social
ists, and the people never knew it.
Karklinnis, who ia supposed to be the
leader, is only twenty-five.fair, jovial
and cheerful. He worked two
weeks, night and day, print
ing tho last batch of CO.UOO
pamphlets. Of these 12,000 have been
distributed. The polioe captured 28,000.
All tbe others are being distributed out
side Berlin among the peasants. The
press seized by the polioe is said to have
been used by the socialists for years. It
was oarted about in the oase of a small
organ or melodeon from one oonntry to
another. The temper of tbd polioe was
shown by the arrest of a cab driver be
cause he fixed the end of bis red handker
chief in his buttonhole. The cabby was
arrested ana fined for alleged flaunting
of tbe sooialist banner. This is doubly
absurd, sinoe every cabman in Berlin
has to wear a red waistcoat. The orders
of the authorities grow more rigid every
hour from headquarters.
Chaaka ana Wire to Enter a Unseam.
St, Paul, Minn., May 5.—There were
two impbrtant telegrams reoeived by
J. T. MoOodden, of Kohl, Middleton &
Co., at the dime moseum yesterday.
The first one follows:
Gettysburg, D. T., VrBy 4th.—Kohl.
Middleton & Oo., St. Paul: Husband
and wife at Gettysburg, waiting on
your agent. If everything satisfactory
we are ready to start east to-morrow
MEB. SAHUEII CAMPBELL.
Mrs. Samuel Campbell is no other
than Miss Cora Belle Fellows, the
beautiful Washington girl who went to
Cheyenne agency and fell in love with
Ohaska, the Indian, whose sooiety name
is Samuel Campbell. The telegram was
followed by another, as follows
Gettysburg, D. T., May 4—J. T. Mo
Ooddon. St. Paul: Have olosed with
Mr, and Mre. Ohaska for ten weekB.
Terms, $5,00t and ail expenses. Leave
here Saturday and arrive in Minneapolis
Sunday morning. E. R. RICHABDS,
iaS* -,«/ ,' f/ S
That settles beyond all donbt that
Obaska and Miss Fellows have been se
cured by Kohl, Middleton & Co. The
firm gave the amount stated and pay all
their expenses from the time they leave
the ressrvation until they return. In
addition the museum men buy their
farm, wbiob will be preaented to them
when they fulfill tbe oontraot. Mr. Mo
Oodden has obtained special permission
from the United States government for
Ohaska to leave the reservation. Ohaska
and his bride will go the ityan hotel.
They open in the dime museum in St.
Paul on Monday.
Special Train to Uesdwood.
Fulkton,May 6—A speoial train for
the transportation of the officers end
members of the grand lodge A. F. and A.
of Dakota, will start from Oakes on Sat
urday morning June 9,1888, at 8 o'olook
m. and stop at Colombia, 9:24 Aber
deen, 9:50 Kedfield, 11:28 Hitchoook,
12:03 p, m. Huron,
13:50 Iroquois, 1:50
Carthage, 2:22 Vilas, 2:47 Salem, 8:37,
Parker, ifli Oenterville, 6:30 Hawarden
6:20 Alton, 7:45 Sioux Oity about 9 p.
A special train will leave Sioux Oity
for Whitewood, the nearest station to
Dead wood, at 8 o'olook a: m. Sunday,
Jnne 10, arriving at Whitewood Monday
June 11, 1888, at 7 o'olook a. m.
Tbeoffioera and permanent members
and one representative from eaoh lodge
will be furnished around trip ticket free
of oharge npon this train, good for re
turn until ane 20,1KJS.
"Yes, it pays," said a big, fat physi
oian, with a name whieh is known
throughout the medical world. "I have
a praotioe worth $40,000 a year.
"Women"? "Yes,1 you've guessed it
lUst time. They pay $10 every time
taey come into my office. When one
gets on my list I toll yon she staya"! and
Dr. H——laughed long and load. This
is quaokery—gilt-edged, genteel quack
ery—to keep snffenng woman paying
tribute year in and year oat, and doing
than no good. Dr. Pierce's Favorite
1 *#a?#v* :^tm
^•StM JV^WO ft*/"*#*
Fogerty & Garr.
Mrs. Phoebe Ohesley, Peterson, Clay
Oo,, Iowa, tells the following remark
able story, the truth of which is vouohed
for by the residents ot the town: "I am
73 years old. have been troubled with
kidney oomplaiht and lameness for
many years oonld not dress myself
without help. Now I am free from all
pain and soreness, and am able to do all
my own hoasework. I owe my thanks to
Eleotrio Bitters for having renewed my
youth, and removed completely all
disease and pain." Try a bottle, only
60c. at Purdy & Breoht's Drug Store,
BHILOH'SOURE will immedistely re
lieve Croup, Whooping Oough and Bron
chitis. Sold by fi. U. Ward, druggist.
BimMen't irvim Sotae.
The heat Salve In the world for Outs,
Brniaee, Sores, Ulears, Salt Rheum, Fsvsr
Hons, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblain
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and pos
itively oursa Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satuteodon, or
money refunded. Price 36 oents per box.
For Sale by the Bxoelsior Drug
Aa Predicted Real Estate is Steadily advancing in Price. There
fore do not wait any Longer if you are Thinking of buying you a .,--v
Home or a Business lot for Speculation. Don't wait, but buy now,
while the opportunity is still left you to buy cheap.
Call Early at 222, Third Street.
NO. 222, West Third Street,
.• V..V3... •.
list of Real Estate for sale, Residence and Business
and Unimproved in
please you also Acre
all Parts of the City and at
Tracts within the City Limits.
proved and Unimproved in all parts of this and
FOGERTY & CARE'S
... ,.f ,v"
Real Estate Headquarters.
Prescription oures the peculiar weak-1
nesses and diseases of women. It does
not lie to them nor rob them.
A.BE YOU MADE miserable by Indiges
tion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Ap
petite, Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vltallzer is
positive cure. Sold by B. M. Ward,
A Captain's Fortunate Discovery.
Oapt. Ooleman, sohr. Weymouth,
plying between Atiantio Oity and N. Y.,
bad been troubled with a cough so that
he was unable to sleep, and was induced
to try Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption. It not only gave him
inatant relief, but allayed the extreme
soreness in his breast. His children
were similarly affected and a single dose
had the same happy effedtts Dr. King's
New Discovery is now the Btandard
remedy in the Ooleman household and
on board the schooner. Free Trial
Bottles of this Standard Remedy at
Purdy & Breoht's Drug Store.
THE REV. GEO. H. THAYER, of
Boston, Ind., says: "noth myself and Wifs
owe our livea to SHILOH'S CON8UP
Renews Her Youth,
SHILOH'S OATARRH REMEDY—a
positive cure for Oatarrh, Diptheria and
(Junker Mouth. Sold by R. M. Ward
Engines and Boilers,.
., Steam Heating aad
HFSmall Hone pewar (or sale.
Martin & Anderson,
IS I*AJi McDBYITTV:
Walnut street, Tankloil
Wimps and Liquet*,
Vfcei aal EtawWrnisa,
prices that will
Red Cedar Posts.
We have just received a
carload of them, 7 feet long.
Daisies Cheap. Also 1 car
White Oak Posts and 1 car
of White Cedar Posts.
A Large Stock of Finishing. All
Grades and Lengths. Six feet Side
walk Piank. Call and see it.
ST. CB0IX LUMBER CO.
Sash, Doors, Blinds
BUILDING PAim &c.
Yard on Broadway near North
western railroad tracks, Yankton,
Lath, Doors, Sash,
And Other Building Materials in any
Quantity Desired, at Bottom Prices.
2nd and Mulberry Streets.
Oomar of Xhird.
a fall 11ns of fomib
TOOUI uti ProW«ian», *1 Aciesaaa Lewaa
J11*' proprietor BaapaeOaUr
BollolU the patnmaite ofJUii^cn.
J. H, TBIJLEBp
Attorney at Law/
xml | txt