. ,? ; v , DAKOTA. J-uding by the tollowing; given by a co-respondent to the- Jlrcostook Times, Dakota is not so desirable a location as some of. the -newspapers have'been picturing' it; and the . writer 'oVrHbo ftr asrto assert fhaHi the' Hai!-roitd Hai!-roitd corpprations and land specula tors ''ha.ve. hired certain; indiyiduals Jo;c'ome.;EasL and go .among the people peo-ple with ghirfhg' stories' ofthe Norlh-,. Norlh-,. est, ' He' alsd speaks'bf 'ymu'ch gen-ujne gen-ujne pov.eity and suffering"1 ex per i-enped i-enped by rceiit emigrants to that vicinity, and gives, the following lecture lec-ture of climatic and ether conditions: ' t fits clima'e in .winter i almost beyond be-yond the ndurance uf.m n, unless he tdopts the habit of the : Esquimnux; us-surfaoe is tlarJ in some places roll-ng, roll-ng, xyithuut timbeV or' building stone j ?ny kind, only i:u .small quantities n isolated sections this we' mean is the condition of the best I arming sections sec-tions ;the. whole inteisper'se.d with Wiie bogs a'ndvmar shes.. The wafer us bar dV.therefpre. unhealthy. Money is, scarce" in the . Territory ..living is ingh. and every'hing is at the mercy f the railroads, as iliere"a"re no outlets out-lets for the farm prddiicts' except the railroads, rates, of which jaie so jixed t'ha? tile farmer's profits' are:co'nsUmed ly the fre'ightare." : " ''