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I List tin) time i.l«
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w
,.irt.*niOTi working
'st Croix rivr dm-
"'i' Tbe ho.h
«h"
wtt
I about* yu'-f
i washuried with
0f
rouKh boards.
'ht operat1 at Rice
Rested ami locked
UP
fl iimwt'r of about ?1
e"trhin
fr-m Sup.ri«.r
NI OHJH'S I nun
i,,d to rtH« the tram
Pi! arriving at I! ice's
.Bd
K'ime.
The
«i ami a» examination
wa*K,)m?" Miirtaini
maBii
bad spent nearly
if of the stockholders of
ai'ilic road wns held lit
he fuiloviim directors
.3"urn. J'homas !.iwry,
Viet Vr. .John Martin,
•. i\vaM. Tli'- of
by electing I'*
it, Thonitiki Lowry vice
.tchfr :reHun-r. uii M.
rr lte]«ort for the pant
s'utvr aini auditor were
hups of small value. s»«v
Jsaloon8,«-ert'
1'Hruml at
iV:s. tise lows being es
«fj.'i.iHii. Tin* post ot'iee
i,«niwl buildings. The
-tsdiiJ (fiv-'l sen ice ami
ti narrow hunts. The
S retmlt in a su
l'te fire n i^rin'»tel in a
lUjhtti i match
-t thrown down was it-
m. fire wn« set near the
Acltrson, riv«» miles froiu
into ie w heat
n nel«rge stacks, truni
|.j fif 1'.. h. Krriekson,
ti» iti shook, making ia
id hiisiifls: also on Hit*
.•fcs.'irTHiinht in a load
,i«i t.i tlii'
-}',•!MI
threshi r,
Ui (*.• reiitlci t'i. two load
',nm i $.**' mules- ami
ashelsof wheat w-eie rb
i'iojsw in the neighlr
)Jii'
l.silil-..
MMLREJIOR- CF THE J-'T'A
a'land of!io- for the fiscal
i'Iati?so far along that
til&l-le for puliLU-ati.'ii ft
maw in thf aoj-eage i:
'if 471 and -a
acre*. In this increase,
s .h/iw 4,.|pre-empti''U
."I'V.i!? a^res |.»wa I. in-
VihiH-sntti. •Ji'* entries,
'Ota-a. :*M entries, 4s,iv»
I'-iDj'D^eutries. acres.
anioimt received on
itnilroad selec
fii w folio wg:
tu.
iS': JoWB
W isoousin
k- sf.^'tniiis wpro madt In
^tatotliH extent of
-J'J,044
isnd st-ieet 1011 tor all the
.^^tvearl.t.-vs.ss
PMco the Kraiits
vvvro
^'1 tbi last aniouut Minne
acres,lovwt 4..V17.-
t,1h
t(,til
I"5
sales
JnnK
the year in the
lffwnfewere
as MIOWB:
KntrifH. Acres.
a5,r»ifj 2,oti«vi!:»
iJ wi'A»r»M
fit»4,av.
lo.'cn 2,r r,.u t7
i
1
received for theae Vand s
R'n expense of dts
Vii^
s.waR
^S'!),usu. These
«,
0,1
eritrieK
for ?o?,-
K ®eftea(1 entrii-H for !ls,774
i Piitrien for
°^Kota.
.2'':°^ 0Ctujnel by Fred
Lt,/
a
^"rgstrom were
iusuranee, K).
1)avis'a
n
rt'silif
K foltr
'•'M,,. .1
Bla"y
"hot his son
TOM
WiU !l f0rty
The slioot-
1)11
•••-rid'l trot,hies
wife. ('hallos
-l'i t.heir bed
ir'^-'rtliwi
\\U\
wnssh'',
1
on
'*n
an-
n his ht
ant'stetl. Charles
th»Jeuel
County
it
#t
(""yt
proved a
,,Vf,r
Ul"
Khwi .S,1V('" I'orses
av
t,"
S
assoei,^
iluj, 1. '.''fills,.Ives oil
i
i w a u k e e
Fv oe rn*1"''
1
i trt hr.li.1'^
.iiidttlimii,,iM
V II' ot w »f
and nan
ter.'ii ov.'i rn'rif.
1"*
v ,.r.
tie bagga •. 1 xuiokiii^ •((,
u
i?^rek"k
and the
pii-is. ii^*'!' -Miij inir i'ul)i,.._
It. II:. tin* ttutovcr )|fld
til si and although n,| "lV
1 sliak.-ii en. wi'i't*
kil,
K«inomi rmd I'owt-r -si,,
tire I'mted States
JH
i
Kalis, have »-u r.-tiirned. They
raptured al»o„i
rs. George I'.-itton a
,urned t.« llit* pi-ounti*
unknown ause
**»itbed. The uiH.n
luiVx* s^'-U,
"LHI Hie w-rking of
"f the furniture WHS
i ,iKKi insurance,
'ifiwuu furniture, ill
Sil'U-\. Iowa, whilt tsn i'»iji.• i to Sc rit i
II.MI.IK, i.ut win,.,,,! i»
days lollowin .' th.-ir ...
lay serr.-i..,! in the river 1 ..
miles of ll»ep..|,it iitmry.
ItiMiuarck Sp. ,| i
Charles A. W-» ,, ,iinr-f
M'
uvr
«,-nt
live
Im
|,.
s
uriviill
U1.M.II1V of r..rty two hour, ,.,
veidxt ol not guilty. Wood was a pri
vutt! foldu-t-Ntfilioue.l
a
IOWA.
Mr 'rawford, !*resitk*ntof the .North
Fair Association. tnnd up jd
Jt
wa^'ifii to
make an uiitmunceiueiil when the horst-a
st a' ted, throwing him out aini intiirtiny ,-i
jnrii's from which he died }J,. \VHs (l],
th- pioneers and citizens of Adams On .,
Jn the i'ella poiNoning casrt at l)es Moines,
wiueti had a preliminary examination for
:vveral days, the girl l.ida Kane rich,
was .-harmed with putting 3..-n in
soup, w«s disi-hiire.-.i,
and Mr \'aieh
liusiiaml of the nuirdt--
humid o% er to th«'J)i-t i/'t
The ft-cond trial of ,.lim .\rrnvn ior
•he murder of
u v
ietirg«- (Haddoek, has
1 si-t for N'\. it nest, and the trial of
i. auda i^ocs over lv tie
'1 h- i i-di'-f in tti Mim
1
MiUstu'-tion to {(in pni,
a jiunt senten ...... _.
I humanity.
Two passeji^. li ... v
K 1 1 o i
1 hil.u.|u'- at an ear
dUl'illg a tien
SI 1.11* I itll. i t' i
I killed. |ilt
I'OlM'ip.ellt lal I II
ol .l'i I el's W
as !.
with the coiidurlp.
or the (tin .*
At 1.Millie
|1..
nuirdej- trial.
tii''U^ht a vi-rdi
the hl'Sl de ret', a
duatn.
Kennetly
hear he verdi«*t.- Maefi
to hi- wrd'.-t, ,0' uwv
turni ghaMlv pal** and
his ceil,
ill* uttnrmn
Aeros.
).: st
S||]
s
u
new trial and an .o'l si.
il! ha\ e t' 1 be heard ii
11. iH-'.v i rial is granted
all' 'Ws him ear's .'i^
s*Mit«*nce can
Madison the tJoveni"!- and Att"rney
I tieiieral a]'portiotied ?l',M4t among the
heirs ot the six ni'-n killed 111 tho full of the
south wing •!'the t'Hpito! Nov. «, IH-.I
aniung the vev.-iit#.e» mnireti. The sun.
allowed iti e a la.'.j'd from #.0 to
f-J.lHIII.
K. H. Lane, a laww-r ami journalist, who
i resided Milwaukee for wveral years
I previous to lust fall, when he went *f
s California, has brought suit _f«»r tbyoret?
I against Ins wife, whom he luarrieti at liip-'i
about two vears ago. The ground alleged
is desertitin. it is understoo/l that th» wile
has brought or is about to bring a counter-
suit on a similar ground. Lane is a grarid
i Htsn of lien. Pickett, and inherited a con
sideralde estate, to which he bas added l\
judicious investment*.
THIS MAKIiB'M.
8U Faul St»pt.
rJKAtN—
Wheat, No. 1 Hard
Wheat,No. 1 Northern....
Kiolir. patent.
Flour, straights
Kioiir, baio rs
iiutt«'r, creamery
i'.utte,, ttairy
«"hooi
a
njne-year-old
P*tarSa ilnp
on
\C^^S
Ly
P'01' H'lOnt .,-irn
.# Ol u, :u
Wheat, No. 2 Northern...
Corn, No. 2
Oats, No. 2 Mixed new...
Oats, No. 2 White old..
ltariev, No. 2
Kv. No.
Ffax Seed
liaie'i Kay, up.iiud.
iia'e-i tIn \. timothy
t'uov :sp)Ns
fl'J (it i'j
ci- n
as
25 04 2t'.
MlnueapuUfl Hepl
WHMAi
o. I Hard
Im.. 1 Northern
No. 2 Northern.
..f4 -X
I'uu-iit
J'titentin barrels.
1 •aUM^t^ at New
Chicago. s«n»t-
GHA IN
Wheat, ca«b
rn cash
eht 1 'ImpartinentH.
Oats, CHSII
Flax Seetl, caBll.
MKSS I'OKK
LIVK STOCK
u""v'
Cattle
o s .
BheeU.
a'^°
'M,nnd
mif ac
"ITanion.
rv
1,1
l'l^"od,
'-'fd tearing
wit|' ,"|'
K"VH,'nl
&ml a passenger
1
'human of the
DAKOTA DOLNGS.
G»hfv,i From Tli* .V.
Lx i' Sources*
"d
1
'.•sled
I Vaiikloi'
i pie of f!
d.iM-hter-. in
i"e. :iii(l !rc\ :,
i lie \oii!i
t- an
nni(llJ
t. Fort Huford Ht.
shot, and killed oryv Fi.-cirv, a hnit hn-ed
uit.-rpreter. in the (all of
U
it
tried, eouvieteii and iiteuct'd to death la
the spring of SN, 'I In- Prt-«ident ^rant.'.!
n siav and snl»s.-.|Ueiit!s the sii].iv .- e,,rrt
ordered a new trial. W,„„| udmiUe.j the
killing. I.ut rlairn^M) jt wns done JM
delcMse. hrt evalenee adducecl was \v-v
.similar to that ot the first trial, n.-nee the
vi'! Iirtol afiiuiitai oc*t-ii»ioiis eoiisi(i^rali'»
surprise and uiu-h ei-niuient.
liollenl/ii'^k ..| JUstnarck, was d^feniaiit s
counsel in l.oth trial* and iat.-d Staim
A o n e a a n u i
attorney.
I injured 11 I
l-'iie lu:r life ...
f'.^Tit year., j|(.
er.iurp -i u
'-.«! I., ..
'.he w i-
••nar^e. of ins:ituty
lie was tiiett ar
id was brought to
•I the poo-
II' lias live
I!"i'H yonrs of
'ins uf hi^ lust.
Has so badlv
'nit: fir soiv.
inul of.
vM
il.l.- (tetfll iti'lilltT!!
'IK'ii-ities, maiuta.:.-
I'i* criiuitial j,r
11*
Anangeiueiit hiivu now en porfeet
«'1 for oarryiu^ of tlw (Jraml
Anns to the national encampment a:
Louis, which beeius on the 2'
list. Visitors lefiA.- Vmkton Mom!
iHoriiin^. the With, Council HI
atid there conne with a St. Louis train,
which wili I'c.ich Si. ],/)nis Tnesdav
luiiriijii^ in tiuie f0r t),^ pvoces-
}•'UFKIlSii ACRES.
I thp ttM" ,i order rest' r-
"•if'-iti'il ia.. ,- .ud$ to tile pu
loiMaiii 'J!,.".2 ?. 4u(. wili he hm.-
Of ijjis 1 ,xiK»,iiiu ai-e in I) il
and iiave been fof. .- i 1 ,-j:.
eru I'aciiic compa
T' an .!
f'.rm.rlv of
1
vori'.o:
Waterloo, Is ew
tallied pair will
.ss 1'iovt'llee AV
i.land
!in'ti"ii for a
men w la. a
"k. Ill i fise
be eXi-e,ite
i
WISCONSIN.
1
1
(iais, i»u^'
Ji)0 bushels of
as
UlJ ~ti
57 {u. :.s
40 if 40
$ '.H.I (rl
o trt 1 a 1 kt
[2 ."* 14 mi
#4 2a e 4
4
i
Kggs,
l'i iHio^ new
lir.-f.seil Keel, steers
i lam:
Veal
LIVK STOCK-
I'tlHlieis of
F'Jst. ehj/.i-
Mf{,,'ke
by,
'-"Iv.-t were
"isiiraiiiv, #l,:i"in.
Hogs
.1
i n e v

tip 4 4o
(^4 4')
Kn^|
., 4 95 5 10
l'i!tient! at N^ V. and ^nn
a 40 ii 80
4 id
«.?.") 2.»!
(ti 1 03)
tit).
1 o:
.15 tw
.$
(ft -I 60
a U-5
'it- i 70
4 Sa
Milwaukee, Sept.
WHKAT.- ... «i.. -t fSi'ii
No. it Hard, tush
Ualuth, Sept
WHEAT- .. 71^0
No. 1 ttard,
I'l.oiMI bllsht Is of
/f i'-irlcv, and 6u,-
T1U. AaiLL M.
Yankton 1'ress: The board of trus
tees of the insane hospital have decided
k make preparations for letting the
contract for the construction of the
addition authorized by the legislature
within the ooniing few weeks. They
have about concluded that thegovernor
will not act upon the plans sent him
for approval, but as they have duplicates
of the plans they can go ahaad without
any* approval.
DISCHARGED.
B. A. Stafford, arrested at Redfield
on a eliarire of adultery.was discharged
bv Justice Bowman of Ashton, the evi
d'eiice being deemed iusiillicicnt to sup
port the chnrges. A woman who
claimed to be Siallonl's wife appeared
a witness for the prosecution, but
was not allowed to testify.
A PURCHASE.
H. C. Session?, of Columbia, and T.
F. Marshall, of O.-ikes, have just pur
chase! for a Syndicate composed of
Yw York and Dakota parties an in
dividual one-halt interest in what is
•Mown as the -Jones quarter," which
...•joins the original plat ol Oakes on
e .st. Tlie price iid was ^*,500 for
a a undivided one-half.
MILL1S0 KNTEKPlilSE.
'[•»„. Spencer Milling company, of
Socnecf. i a! of ilO.UOO, was
.-uii/ed last wi.k and the capital
.• ,7cl is aln a i M'g' ly taken, ine
,,.j)! js l«»be put up l'itit o(V. with new
tl.roiighout and with a ca-
!v 0
(fC
($
f'Seveu \-live barrels per day.
Kl'slM S- TK't11. BJ,E.
jj O Gulo, a oneer business n3a.11
of Mite he'd, turned his stock of drugs,
books and jewelery oyer to three of
his creditors Friday under three chat
tel mor'.^ges, aggregafiu- ?8,0ua
R« had one of the lmest establishments
thf^tand it is expected that ar
rmpeiucni^will be made to continue
the business.
AMONG TRIE EAILUOADS.
The Milwaukee & S. Paul has issued
a new tariT on grain from all points
in Iowa Mi'iueM.ta and Dakota to M111
o,pul« «..l St.PHUl. The rates are
the same as those. now in force on
(tthcr roads, being twenty cent, per
hundred pound* from Aberdeen.
ft
At Huron two hundred grader* are
work on the Manitoba railroad.
iiinmr
!.^ icireil
iae 8ui
1
1
C. \V
x,
«f N. (J.* On
nee 0:
in W
n:an\
Dukut «.
A" '.C'tDEN
.. '".of I. :s. ot e of
'1 aiost jt citizens of
''i ktoii home near
-pott. l'ri'.n i.'!j" r.#a reetived sojne
ls wlit-n Mr. Set/.er fell in
of a ivc r, ne. lit was
V t'lit it- i. tb fei .l
•'-cu'-rapjd. -.
l. u,"-. n v.
1
1 int crop \d
.• oiiM-rvative
.."It i liCI'e ISi
ws, Ni). -,
ha-hc-
ing only a
over 1-S^ti
s of
w heiit. lL^4.-
r:.s that tht* iWuititoou will v
-•-twavii from a junetion witli its pm
-ted t'haiics Mix t-ouidy line.
Itoai'iiiastfr Curry s.ws he is still
:shii,j Jhe w.rk of placing st« -i rails
between an TI aiul Siiuix City on
the Mihviiukf will keep at
I it until sixty pound si eel covers the
entire distance. These rails replace?
the fort\ J:ve pound iron laid by ihe old
Ihtkolu Southern 'iptiny. Fr-'iu
Yankton jiorthwes u .: tht.* steel i
v-six pouittl aim the sixty pou'.d
rail will not go beyond hat eitT.
Jhe Milwaukee road lias betfun ruu
i.intr regular pi.-seneef ami freight
'rain on its n«.rt line from Matlison to
i-ristol. 1 lin! crosses th* Dakota
enirai 1: i.ike Fresiini. aiil the. Hed
helcl-Waieriown branch ot the 2Sor»)i
we-tei u at Elrotl, a few miles east, of
Clark.
TA I S.
l-'arjro's city tax is mills. The an
nual a ipr- priali/n is
Hi
•ookin!_rs eouniy's tax levy foreo'iti
pin ptises is seven mills on the dollar.
The total tax levy for Md'herson
county ft/r 1HJS7, aside from the town
ship school and civil township tax, is
l- 'J-lotlis mills.
KOSI!. Kw/.t 1,.
Hijrhmore Sjiecial: The younjj
latlv who tlied at Britton Tuesday, can.
not surely be the one known here, for
this reason. The Rosie Kozel who
worketl at Rediield, is at the home of
lur parents, about twenty miles north
of liiofhmore, and has been there since
!'bo?it the time that the Rosio Kozel, of
Rediield disappeared fr. there. She
came direct from Rediield io ili^hmore
v v.. to her parents' home at once
yourii
worketl at the National house here, ami
went from here to Altoona, and last
w .. .• a', Rediield. She was seen yes
her father's home in Nonh
Hvtle county, b\ a neighbor, who
brought word tt) the proprietor of the
National house, who wished her to
coin. 1 work for him, that she could i
not i -t!:at she was engaged. This
en'ja.'jenien1 ,-cems 10 be true, but of a 1
dill-Tent tSiaracter than antieipated, for
it is sait 1 that she will lie married very
1 soon, and that she is getting ready,
i Thisgivesa clear understamling of tho
Uritton afi'air. Tim young la.dy who
tlit tl there Tie^ilay must be known as
one who s'mply permitted it to bt.- be- i
licvetl that sht was the Rosie Kv.-1 i
mis-iiiL'from Rediield. The dispatches
ami 'e'let's of impiiry sent here arc con
vincing that the Rosie Kozel now alive I
and well, of Hyde county, and latterly I
from Rediield, is the one sought, and
KEAL ESTATE DEAL.
Judge E. P. Caldwell of Huron, has
gold his stock farm of eight hundred
acres to Miss Hattie B. Wright, of
inneapolis, for $25,000 also 160 acres
to M. W. Jones, of Minneapolis, for
00. Both tracts are within five
unies of the city.
in the gale but is
parties will buy a portion,.or all of
Caldwell's herd, valued at |6,000.
Other important sales are likely to fol
low in a few days.
PROFESSOR JAK8EN.
t'lIAMr.UJLAIN TAXES.
that the Rosie Kozel had a true name of 10 per cent of the crop from thi»
—not that which she seemingly posess
ed when she died. Now that the true
Roaie Kozel is found, the curtain of
m\sterv may be dropped upon her ami
raised upon the unfortunate dead and
upon the history that undoubtedly
I envelopes her life.
Prof. W„ H. Jansen, professor of i
Considerable excitement prevails at
Chamberlain over the fad that Judge
Tripp has deoided against the city in
the suit brought by the National Tube
Works company, The cit}' council,some
three years ago purchased material for
water works from the company and is
sued warrants on the city. They were
registered aud not paid for want of
funds. The company brought suit last
winter and won the east in the district
court. The city ajpealod to the supre
me court, which again deoided against
the city. When the oity council mat
August, they refused to ievy a sutfioient
amount Io pay warrants, for the
reason that the charter only provides
for levy of It mills, 6 of whiuh goes to
create siqking fund to pay the inter
net on Ihe the bonded ind&tedoMa, fttia
1 i i mills for all other pnr
-inorneys for the National
works nsKetl for, and obtained, a
1 mandamus compelling the eit^?
A Io lew the tax,ami,under Judge
thev meet af ain
to levy
'it. The
elanse
:tx the rais,.
i-cd »m a et
1 1- u h'ei
a suili
deeisiotl
in the
nbiiiuous to the
:e mills to be
d. A-.) now. a- ti e city is com
I'e.letl to pay warrants out of their rt1'.:
ular older, it is leareti that oilier par
tics hoid:M:j warr-i'tts will br'u.of suit.
mn 1
The
James
ease of tin? territory sipi'inst
H. l.yneh, ex-shcrilf of lhd«
county, for embe:/!t nn nt, residu-tl in
the discharge of tile accused by Judge
1'adley, the court Indtling 1 hat Ihe evi
dctK'i* failed to show misappropriation of
any 'part of the sum elaini'-d. The
1 nionev allegetl tt be mi he ha.ntl.sof Mr.
i L\i c!i was otitaiued by a
cale
umier a
lcv\ in ihe ease of lieanpre, Ketvh &
of St. Paul, against Behuuer,
i 1 i- i'o Sparks. Mr. Lynch sitowj-d
money tlemarded. and says that lit
.i:wa\ s had it ready to pay over to
the
i s
proper parlies when h-- is ordered by the
court todo so.by a linal ord r: tiiat wiieu
he atlemptod t» pay it over under former
orders some creditors of the
d"ft ndants especially Anerbaeh,
linch and Van Slyek, of St
I Taul—would restrain him from doing
so by order of the court. The order
for limit payment lias not. yet been
signet! by ihe court, nor lilcd in ihe
Co. clerk's olliee. When this is done
Mr. Lynch says he will obey the order,
I if he is not prevented by some creditor's
restraining process. It is reported
that the district attorney will prosecute
the -ti-e for gro*s partiaiity, and that
the justice will or --ccute the district
attorney for m-,-... malicious prosecu
tion. A ease of fids,, impri onim ,,t
may result from tin' L\ ueh case, and
the connly put to considerable expense,
I HE FA KM Kits.
Bridge water wants a flouring mil].
excellent,and for a prac
me.ans this
i!'!e invest-
Th* locution i
tical miller with .sullicient
She is a small person, and enterprise would be a protii.
In tin? spring of 1 S.stJ she ment.
Three thousand more sheep were
br/'iiirht to Blunt last week, with an
ts -r train load on the way.
The Manitoba road has withdrawn
1'- injunction against the farmers' ware
/•.•I tse company at (.'lareniwnt.
Gary has purchased lift v-six acres
of land from the Northwestern rail
road for county fair purposes. The
tract is well timbered and watered, and
..ill make a delightful and charming
spot to hold their fairs.
The grain business! at Bridgewater
will le, looked alter by Ba--ett «v llunfc»
ing. 1. P. Put man and the Farmers'
protective association. This institu
tion commenced operations last year,
ami was a lively competitor for tho
others.
In the Yankton vicinity the recent
wet weather has caused small grain iu
stack to sprout. Millersestimate a losj
cause. Corn is out of the way of frost
e
chemistry and miuerology in the Dako- eeld from the 26th to the 30th of th#
ta school of mines at Rapid City, died present month.
of hear*" di-t ase, ami was buried there.
Prof. Jan-en wis one of the liuest chem
ists in tin• West, am! did some impor
tant original work during hislifetime.
He wa.- a graduate of the of the Uni
versity of Kiel, in Germany, and came
to this country very highly endorsed by
the officers of that institution. N
step-have v heen taken toward secur- 1 be, the finest snap shot the world, will bt
i'o- another man for hl.s portion in the pre-em at ihe territorial fair, and givt
school of mint's. exhibitions daily. It is claimed by hi#
friends that he can do quicker and surei
work with the riile than Dr. Carver.
Farmers around Taylor and Richard
son are making a great ell'ort to increase
their herds of stock. Nearly 400 head
of young cattle have been plaoed on
farms in this locality within the last 10
days. The farmers are finding that di
versified farming only, will pay in the
west Missouri country.
The country between Oakes and Red
field is one continuous village of stacks,
clustered so thickly as to almost, look
like huge shocks of grain dropped from.
the reaper. The yield ia that region
No stock is included be enormous.
probable that some The fact that corn can be profitably
raised in Edmunds county has been sat
isfactorily demonstrated this year, ruos!
of the corn in the county being fully
ripe and out of the way of frobt.
Congressman Allen, of Michigan, has
consented to deliver an address at Mitch-
]j during the faii^ which is to b«
SPORTING.
The Redfield military company!« con*
temulating a trip to Chicago to attend
the encampment next month.
George, S. Eeagles, son of Rev. Foag-
lo 4 of Mencken, Dakota, who is »aid ta
Ool. Hughes post No. 76, G. A. R. ol
of Witite Lake, gave a successful enters
tainment last week at opera hall, whe*
they presented "The Virginia Veteran'1
in good shape.
RDUCATIONAJL.
The annual teachers' institute fot
Miner county will be held at Howard
September 26th to 30th inclusive. Co
a*
ductor, W. H. Dempster, or Huron,
instructors, W. II. Dempster, W. EL
Girton and A. W. McCktran,
An effort is being made to organize*
Chautauqua literary society at Brook*
ings.
The Davison county teachers' in*
stitute dosed a Fi:ecrs«:fu! session
Fsiday night with a lecture from Prot.
A^faj&tnd, of the territorial board 04
education.

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