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PASSENGER.
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Depart. Arrive Depart.
3.-^ja 1:00 a in— 1:05 in
ACCOMMODATION.
Goiiis East.
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WHJMOT BRANCH.
jlt»dation leaves for Wilmot at 9 a
olives it out Wilmot at 11:55, every
jl|y, Wednesday and. Friday,
llllXTY OPFICEHS.
ters—1st l)ist..Johu Martens.
2d l)ist.,VV T. Bunua:i,Ohm.
3d Dist.,Wm. Jennings.
Mfe*»J|ohn Douglass.
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Martens.
Probate Judge—Thus. Bouck.
J. Farley.
i euediot.
part i. L. Lockhart
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,\V l'rerey.
.orney -J. H. Owen,
r. 1". Daniels.
evor—VV. S. Crowi.
.C ST V OFFICERS.
•v Volkruar.
mck.
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Vlittelftaeiit^
Lodgers
C. Jones
Thos. L. Bonek
Ward—.1 A McBride,
1 W&rd—W Saunders,. W
\Vard--C A Eriandson, E VV
l, Street Commissioner, Building
and l-'tre Warden—J E Simmons.
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fFBATEIiNlTlES.
ARC 11 8JASONS, MILBANK.
mmrf't No. 15. stated convocations
fcndiouriii Tliursdav of each month,
10. Visiting companions cordially
A. .1. BLESEU, High Priest.
&0UQLA83, Sec.
i A. M.—MILBANK LODGE No. 20.
3h«&A<ited meetings at S«chater's Hall, on
tiftfHffljpirsiUy evening ol each month.
*'litMMK* brethren are cordial ly invited to at-
J. C. KSAI'F, \V. M.
L. BOUCK, Secretary.
r.—SYLVAN LODGE No. 54.
ts every Tuesday evening at Scha
Visiting brethren eonballv invi-
Eu. KMAMUBL, N. G.
XUFT?-, SEE.
ARMY OP T11E REPUBLIC,—
ts everv sccond and fourth Satur
m.. JLI-.M'P, at the Court House.
U'.s visiliturbiir city are invited to
us. 1) W. DEaoa, Commander,
fifuu, Adjutrfnt,
[i:. W.—Meets first and third Mon
iv evenings ot each month in Mason.
Visiting brethren cordially invited,
s. Recorder, C. K. GKOVEK, M. W,
J,. E.- 3RD,(iWICK DIVISION N,
Meets in lent.- Hall. Milbfink-^v
the iirst and tliird Sunday oi each
C. MATTHEWS, Chid.
Foss, Sec.
1R OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS
i anli Division N ». Meets at Ma
every second anl fou"th Sundays
All "members ol the order cordjal
d. F. A. Jony.sox^^iJj|jM(t Cvud r.
|o .SE, Sec. aii'l "treaa,
•very I'riday
O. —Meet
at .....
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y viV• nieiuliersi.
Sivitatioi/ to
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I'»L1C.-Service in St. „Lawreace
iiuoh everv Sunday and holy day at
IU. TN. RI V#JOIN ilKKMEi.i.NO, Priest
M. ivjlt'jiiircli.— Preaching every
|nd iv i")0:45 a. m.* and p. iu
Leti.une ti:W p. Sunday school
aver niO!^^ Wednesdays at 7:30
Ev\ C. A.Ni, Pastor.
iiIlK(rATIONAL—Ilattey, pastor,
iryices every Su *V*t 10:-4fi a tn and
Sunday school i\ S li Suu«
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HOME HAPPENINGS.
v
Engineer Darling atul $'ife of Aber
deen, spent P^iuday with their Mil
bank friends.
Mrs. J. C. Burkbardt.^of Harlem,
Dak., arrived last night for a yisit to'
friends iu the city.
A memorial service will held at
the 1. E. churcli Sunday morning in
memory'of Mrs. Frank Johnson".
The township elections are being
held tbd«y some ol them have
gives promise of being lively affairs.
Mr. C. H. Steeres and Miss Ilattie
Camp, of Twin Brooks, were n^arried
at the latter place'ou the 23d uit.. by
liev Ireland.
Masters George Lowihian and Gas
Smedley started Monday morning for
Brookings to attend a term of the ag
ricultural college.
Onaudo Clark, of Armour, who lias
been up looking after his brother
George the last uiouth or so, returned
home last Wednesday.
Miss Anna Schafer has returned
from her visit to Aberdeen, and will
commence her school duties iu Alban
township next week.
Mr. Jud VanUom and wife, of
Montevideo, were in the city yester
day, having come up to attend the
funeral oi their sister-in-law.
The series of meetings which were
to be held in the M. E. church this
week were postponed on account of
the inability ol the clergymen from
abroad to be present.
Mr. Isaac Wilcox, of liieeville, la.,
with his bride, nee Miss Ilattie Ken
nedy, of Webster, were guests ol
Will Mount and family last week
They were on their wedding trip to
their home in Iowa.
Miss Alice Kennedy, of Faribault
Minn., cousin of Mrs. W. Mount vis
ited with the latter a few days last
week while ou her way to Wilmot.
where she goes to take charge of the
Sprtngdale school near that place.
The remains of Mrs. A. C. Van
Ilorn, daughter of \V. C. French, of
this place, were brought from Minne
apolis for interment at this place.
The iuneral service was conducted by
liev JJattey at the Congregational
Uiurch last Sunday afternoon.
A numixer of friends and and neigh
bors of Dr. Daniels pounced in upon
him last Wednesday evening and
congratulated him upon reaching the
age, which our nationalist friends
think should retire a man from active
labor. The party enjoyed a most
pleasant evening, and neglected to
take awwy, a handsome center table
which they had brought with them.
We understand that Crant county
has been divided into seven census
districts, as follows: Big Stone City,
and Alban and Big Stone township
Melrose and Kilborn Twin Brooks,
Mezeppaand Osceola city of Milbank
U.ant Center and Madison Vernon
and Adams Troy, Stockholm and
(Je :gia.
d§tt
is thought that this di­
vision of the county will give the cen
sus takers all they can do iu the thir
ty days allowed them for the work,
which will bo .much more exacting
agji complete than thai of any previ
ous census.
Security Lodge, A. O. U. W., l«lvo
made arrangements for a series of
lectures to be given under the au
spices and for the benelitof the lodge.
Among the speakers already secured
ac-r*T?ies. Beaton of the Itedlie'd col
lege, Pres. McLouth, ot' the agricul
tural college, Ilev. W. II. Joidanv
presiding elder of the Sioux Falls M^
E. conference, and l«ev. G. L. Morrill
of Minneapolis. If possible Colonel
Bain, of Kentucky, and Dr. Van Anda,
of Minneapolis wilt also
Utef.
fllnll firtt
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•official-
c-aoh
p. in,/ U»v.
abe
secured.
The first lecture will probably be
given next week, the time, speaker
and subject will be duly advertised
Gold &, Co., BHr Stone City, are
buying all kinds of cattle. and
see them before selling.
MILBANK, Gt fX, TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1«.
The interest of our citizens in qu$i
tions of political'economy was attest
ed by the goodly audiences which
greeted Mr. J. O. Barrett Friday and
Saturday evenings at the court house.
On Friday evening he spoke of "Chris
tian Industrialism," and on Saturday
evening on the "Correlation of Labor
and Capital." lie made a severe ar
raignment of the present system of
commercial and social life ami thought
we could expect nothing much "better
while society was constituted as it is
now- based on individualism -but
with the advance of thought upon the
line of nationalism he exp^ed a
gradual improvement until that
"Ideal
state was reached when men "toymen extremely mild-mannered gentle
whom we believe incapablt^of con
would brothers be.
Tha legislature adjourns Friday,
and as usual in legislative bodies
many important bills are left to be
hurried through at the last moment
without proper consideration, while
the early part of the session was
frittered away with long speeches
and useless humbuggery. The Aus
tralian system of voting, the school
law, the new apportionment bill, and
a number of other important meas
ures, were taken up for their first,
reading at the end of the session, and
they must all be knocked in the head
or passed with hasty consideration.
The appropriation bill is in the same
fix, but it must be rushed through at
all hazards, regardless of any ill fea
tures it may contain, or leave the
state institutions without means to
keep open. It is the same old story
of lilatoriness and shakes a man's
confidence in the present mode of
securing legislation.
The Terrible Draft.
Following is a list of those who have
been drawn to serve their country
upon the grand and petit juries when
justice sits enthroned at the court
house Tuesday March 18th:
GRAKD Jt'RO&B
William Anderson Stockholm
A. M. Hawaii Melrose
J. W Lifri?ett Alban
John Sullivan.
Nels Dahl ....Adams
A Nelson
G.W. Merry Milbauk
K. E. llusby
John Johnson.
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W. S. Crowl
P. E. Beardsley...
J. C. Stanford
C. H. l.uler
A. Templeton
T. M. Guthrie....
Ed S. Healy......
Peter (iiiithiir.....
H. L. Try or
J. Erick.sou....
Frank Miller
C. H. Porter
L. K. iamimrt....
Lee Amsden
ruTiT jfRoaa
Frank Lindahl
II. L. Priest
VV, F. Crawford
Frank I'utnant.....
R. F. Thomson...
J. Winch
H. E. Olnmstad.,.
O. P. Johnson....
VV illmni Meyer....
Leonard Boice
Frauk Savers
Peter Vanderveort.
J. P. Miller
hen Mos*r
P. M. Trowbridge
H. B. Jones
Isaao Tlbbetts
A. Eriekson.
Chas. S utc I iff
E. P. Dote
Henrv Mocler
VV. VV. Downie
R. P. Rodgera.
A. D. Diets.
R. M. Morton. Giant Center
Grant Center
Osceola
..Kilbourn
Troy
Vernon
Big Stone
....Big Stone City
Madison
Troy
.. Vernon
.Big Stout* City
Madison
Stockholm
Mazeppa
.... Twin Brook a
Governor Mellette has sent to the
senate a list ol' nominations for the
state board of regents of education.
The following is a list of nominations
with the time for which they jtre des
ignated to hold their oflices: Alonzo
J. Edgerton, of Davison county P. F.
McClure, of Ilughes county, arid A. B.
Smedley, of Grant county, for six
years C. M. Howe, of Spink county,
W. IL Stanly, of Fall fliver county,
and E. F. llewit. of Edmonds county,
for four years It. O. Brandt, of Deuel
county, Paul Landman, of Bon llom
me county, and D. L. Talcott of Clark
county, for two years. This is a
strong board and our educational in
stitutions and state credit and finan
ces will be safe iu their hands.
Gold & Co., Big Stone
buying all kinds of cattle,
see ttjiim before selling,
We have received a- private com
munication from a.friend in the conn
try intimating that the "Economic
Class'' is an anarchistic organization,
ai)d warning us to keep away from it
and preserve the IIEKALD from be
coming indoctrinated with Its social
poison. We feel deeply grateful to
to our friend for his solicitude for our
welfare, but we think he is greatly
mistaken in his judgment of the
"Economic Class" and its object, for
as near as we can learn, it has no de
sire to promote a revolution by blood
shed, and we judge this principally
from the character of the men who
compose the class, all of whoiB^v^e
'jitlemen.
cocting bloodthirsty schemes to over
turn the government and seize the
property of their neighbors. For in
stance, there is Johnny Knapp, we
can hardly stretch our imagination
sufficient to picture him with a glass
of beer in one hand and a dynamite
bomb in the other, shouting to the
class to rise up in its might and de
stroy the American republic or G.
A. Wood, leading a procession with
with a red ila^ at.Its head, and bear
ing banners inscribed "Death to Cap
italists,'* "Bread or Blood," etc.
if
Longed to hail that season,
By gilted minds foretold,
When men shall live by reason,
And not alone by gold
When man to man-united,
And every wrong thing righted,
The whole world shall be lighted,
A* Eden was ot old.
11Jd
an
.. Adams
Milbauk
J. Keopky....
TLinnas Shiffik
Mike .Mittmer Osceola
A. O. llong.
JohuBurdme
City,
ace
and
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4- I
The voting machine has been knock
ed out in the house, and it is prob
able that no legislation in that direc
tion will be enacted at this session.
I This is another of the measures that
can wait for more mature considera
tion.
1
our friend Fairchild giving secret fn
structions to the class in the manu
facture of dynamite bomb3 and how
to use them witu the most deadly
effect upon the police force of the
citv. No, Jim, your suppositions are
altogether wrong. The boys are
simply trying to work out the old
problem that has puzzled the philoso
phers for ages, and which the wise
and the good of other days have
sought in vain to solve. The economic
class may be no more successful than
those who have tried it before, but
the study of the subject, with the
universal brotherhood of man as its
inspiration, may serve to broaden
their charity and disclose to lliem the
innate selfishness of the human heart.
The boys may be pardoned if at times
they imagine they have secured the
key to unlock the gateway to univer
sal happiness, aud are within a hop
skip-and-a-jump of the millenium.
They are not the first who have
if Vvprnn* tr» appear as if the law
opening the Sioux reservation should
be called a "law to prevent the settle
ment ot' the Sioux reservation."' The
condition imposed upon settlers, in
stead of being attractive and advan
tageous, as it was originally designed
all laud laws should be to induce the
occupation, cultivation and settle- Judge Alkens has held, at tlie term
luent ot the country, are a complete
In his message to the legisl«tu.re of
Iowa Gov. Larrabee favors extending
woman sultrage to municipal elections
This extension has been given in Wy
oming, Kansas and Montana oil ques
tions of taxation in Arkansas aud
Mississippi on granting liquor licen
ses. Twenty other states give school
suffrage, to women. In Great Britain
women A'ote under certain rate pay
ing qualilications iu municipal elec
tions in many cities. The tendency
in this country is to coptede thai
right to women..
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jft-versal of this policy. A five years' jthat a partv arrested lor belling liju
residence before title can be acquired without a license could n»t be pun
"weii'iie^
then a payment of £1.25 besides
Units nioilUlMl the r«eiy.,.,
tion is likely to remain a solitude i'»r
years to come except in a few places
having unusual and natural ad vant
ages. Let the terms be changed.—
Pierre Free Press.
Gold & Co., Big Stone City, are
buying all kinds of cALle. Call and
see them before selling.
4IINII^III4IIIII»IIII»II
NO. 29
WEST VDRNON.
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March laV
Mr. and Mr* L^roy Allen and son
Willie entertained a company of
friends last Wednesday evening.
There was music, cards, and dancing
until a late hour.
Miss Mary Hevener closed her
school at Wallow Jiend last Tuesday.
The mother of Mr. V. Warring
died at the houje of her son in |jifs
place, yesterday morning, at the
age of 80. Mr. Waning had be^n
on a visit to ike City, Minn., and
returned last Saturday bringing Bis
mother Willi him. The deceased hail
no other complaint than oJa age her
remains will be taken ta Lake City
for internment.
March 3, 189ft,
Ohr late druggist, Mr. Col'foni.is
moving his stock of .goods to fjig
Stone City. Fre Iloxsey will catry
a small line Of drugs.
The dance here was a complete
suc#es, as usual. Albee is getting up
a reputation for good times.
P. S. Divine and wife have departed
for Boyd, Minn.
Iloxsey's "Tommy" is recovering
from his wound and is as happy ami
good looking as ever.
JJ. L. Gary has returned home, and
is out with the boys occasionally,
i.-\Mr. Tennyson was made happy by
th£ arrival of a line boy. This ln
cieaseS'lUe population of Albee eight
and one half pounds. Albee is bound
to prosper.
There will be a show and a ttic
at lievillo, Friday evening March 7.
Show .irst and dance after.
Albee is going to Itave A well.
Henry Clough & company will do il:o
business.
Prof. Geo Cla»k is visiting in this
vicinity, aud makes music for the
boys.
O. Gary has got a fine little pony
in place of his Beautiful grey marc,
and now lias as fine a driving team as
heart could wish for.
Miss Sophia Olson is a citizen of
Albee. llow Albee does grow!
There is some talk of Albee having
a base bail nine the coming season.
If so, look out for business.
Doo JOIIN.
WII ««'('.
Wilmot Reporter.
Mrs. E. Cross and Miss Emma Ire
land visited in Milbank a few days
this week.
Several new housQi. will be* erected
in the spring in the German settle
ment east of town on the Hartford
road.
This town was thrown into a state
of excitement last Sunday night by a
fii-p which started in Lhn house *oot
pied by il. 11 Cosper andTaiuily.
The fire stinted iu the ceiling ftom the
stovepipe and but for theearly dis
covery aud ready assisfauce it would
^ce
have resulted seriously^ Xo great
damage was done.
tjjp circuit in session at Madison,
J^hed
liie land oflice lets, will repel settlers.! jH jn]jrtn.hle for selling at all, with or
These terms are practically prohibit-1 license.
ory when thousands of acres of equally i .—
good land can be had under the fieej .•«£ M. st.
homestead law else were. I'nless tr the Annual Encampment G. A
I'OK that particular ofcens*. but
e Fal
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ticket-
will be sold 'March l*th and,19th
good to return until March 24th at.
OJV
full fair for the round trip.
itlarricd,
At the Evangelical church, Alban, S. D.
on Feb. wi), IS'ji), by the Rev. Win. j'l*li
chard, Mr. \V. C. I'L'ncn, ot Yellow Hank.
JL,a« Qui Parle Co., Mum., and Mis* Musn-1
Gbcksinu ot Grant Co., S. 1).
Horses for Sale.
Five guod young farm horses fo.
sale. Apply to James Lockhart.
fctoeti (Train,
We have the following seed grui:.
for sab-:
Blue Stem seed wheat.
Genuine White. ltu*siiii
An extra line
seed.
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