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VANCB VOL. XIV, NO W-Apply ANTED -•«od riiHii to work on Luivtluau farm. 'OR SAI.t --Wood House and barn and three lots ia Eastman's first addition to lbank. Wi.l be sold on reasonable terms. Will also diejx.-it af dray Uwe to i.roper parties. Enquire of tfiib J.is. KEEK. "'1^'OTtCE -is hereby given that my son Fred Buo .hnrr, 1H years of «.'•, hie left niv home, «inJ that 1 wi.l Hot be responsible for any debts |ie uiuy contr.i t. Uu«r v HIIECHNKK, »s Sioms City, 8, D, £EED BAH' KY FOK SAUB.-Mr. F. \V FVIIIB, kjl of Big si nit? towiiKhip, has the celebrated barley fur Hiilc. TIIM turlev i.itbe in.iye.st Her rdiM-d in this country. liijsle of tins uruin to parties tsemi -ary post.ige to him. il« has the toe tluvsherf Win. liabcin and and i :r.o Cnas. Ballard, Aiifriitt •'•ert Cart/: vvb t*uw tbe grain betoi-e ordon Client and pi He will semi nig the ne etmmoniai I). Oeh )rews aud wan cut at I win |jiui imici'd it tbe unest barley •ever raised in ibis- country, yifbting (.!* bn.-liela to the aero. K W. Frns. IV!},' Stone City, S. D. HOM K HAPPENING8. Jwwy Cow for sale.—Wood Bros. Meals 2i cents at the Union iiot«j. The la'ii' S aid sojielj will meet With Mrs, Kent mi Thuiswiiy, Jbaicij xiitu. Harry iljcum of Aberdeen spent Sun day Willi li I.B .Wliuaiih lllelJUS. Philip Sdcuer reiurued lust week fiuui a visit ui ii couple of months to the Pa title coast. FOB A I-' OCL lauies cumtiua ti«n bit\c.«, oiiiny. (Jail at HmtALo ADVANCI office. The ^ifiruse republicans will please take oolUw ami uie uout tor meeting ui caucus IJ.IH bei-n ciiiiu^eu Irotu 2 lu lii. OU 4 p. account o£ tne acliuoj. The Mdoaiik fnoi-ds ol Air. and Mrs. Clias. .Jiu:qi»)t wiii be interested to lotti u thai i in do drtuguier recently ar rived ui their homo iu ivtiuueapoiis Mr. ami Mrs. itios. Fitch are spend ing the \v ek iu Miuneapo.is, .ittruuing the anuuiti uiweung tir ihe Minnesota Ci. A. li and Hchet L'oi'i'S. Mien (.'iiifa b:iureH.iigj who lias been teautoiuu' mi lii»' moiio towusslii IS Aliune eota, rtj.Uiljfu iioinu ia.it wot-k rtjtuuiu until tile sj:iiliy lei ill opi'titi. Messrs. \V. B. lSautider« and N. J. Bleaer ait* er«-cung u tanu iiouse JU llieif faiui tinee nines uuiiii of t'»wn, whicu will L»a (:u[)ieu by Koiti Nelbon, who ih to have uutrge of me place. The iiunauor of "Parlor Minslifl Com panywitit liMeeu star p-rioruier« and silyer cornet bami, v.i es us thai ihe\ will ehortlv yive an entertainment in Aiilbatik. E. Emitnuol has ]U8t received a new line oi Wail P.iper, l"iciuie Frame Moulding, Caipeis and ii uiy Carriage:-, which li- is seiuujf at nxul ligtiros. Lali and see lain v JliKs Kde Venuy, tlie little da(ight«r of A, Vemiy, id spending the week with her aunt, Mrt$. J. W. Uehier of Hi# Stone Citv, who lecently returned irom Jfc**»nnnyi vatiui. Mrs. Ii. L. Conright and Mrs. G. Ho Ottm ar« about to open a new milliuery «tore in tliH corner building opposite •jEmatuiel'H furriiiure store. TIJO huiit'H are now in st. Paul selecting and pur ehasin^ their stock.: The Merchants bank people have re cently been eiifjaued in re-siaimn the office li xtt'.r aand polishinc up general ly and aduintf SUIUH new lurniiure to the bank, umong the latter being a haud floue new detik f«r Cashier Saunders. All who are interested in Shoe Drills, iFill note what is s«aid about them in •n«tlh'*r place. Anyone desiring infor mation in regard to the Shoe Drills will find it in this arlicie. See Wood Broa. Add. 2 A* The board of trustees at ihe Congrega tional church, will serve a Green Tea in trie Ih rkin building, mi Main St., from 5 to 8 o'clock, Tuesday, March 17th. Jlvery one invited to cotne auu get a Square meal for 15cts. ltev. J. IIulTnian, of Ilarvey, ID., pasHed throunh town last Thursday, flfhile on his way to Si-'seton, where he goes as pastor of the Methodist church •-recently organized at. that. l'ace by the presiding elder C. M. Springer. The Christian Citizenship League promises to he one of the active forces in the state toward the upholding of the prohibi'ory law. Let, the friends of tera pe ranee turn out en masse to the union •.meeting at the Congregational church Sunday evening. Henry Mitchell is preparing to paper hia barber shop and with the very hand some set of barber furniture which he has recently put in the shop he will when he has linished hie improvements, have one of the finest and most complete tonsorial parlors in this part ot the country. Mr. John Middlebrook, who has been spending a few weeks with bis brother the postmaster, returned to his Wiscon sin home the first of the week. The young man was loth to leave Milbank, hut whether if was because of the climate •r the young ladies we are not prepared to say, as Dakota has a world wide rep-5 ulation in both lines. ®l)c ticralti Attorney Horace Comfort, formerly of Huron, but now of New York city, has been in the citv the past few days at tending to legal business in the interest ot J, M. Brown fc Co. Gus. Mittlesteadt hns been "sawing wood'' just the ^iitne as if nothing ex iraordinarv bad happened, but they do *ny that a briirht little baby boy is one of his 'ate acquisitions. The entertainment at the Congrega tional church Mondnv evening, given by Miss Josephine Weathchy and her class of iitUe girls, was a very enjoyable nni "ucc^slul. affair in which a most, excel lent protivim wa" rendered, and Hie iHftre attendance tndic ted the very kindly telling entertained by our peop'e for ibe young lady who was about, to retern to her Wisconsin her sojourn in MilianU hy's services as elocutionist were ahv \s nj the command of the various societies their entertainments, and the best wishes of our people generally accom pany her home. A union meeting will be held at the Congregational church on Sunday even iug nest, which will be addressed by li v. S. Uun'ley. secretary of the Christian Crizenship League of the s'ate. in 'lie iiiietest ot the league and prohibition. In the multitude of other questions which ihe South Dakota voter will be called upon to consider and de cide before next November, one of the most important will l»9 that of ihe return of the licensed saloon to the state. It wi:l need organization and work on the part ot the friends of temperance to pre vent the triumph of the liquor interests in the coming campaign. Program for Teacher's Association be held in Hevillo, March 21, 1890. Quo' at ions— J'ritnary numbers. Recitation District Board.... llecitation Writing The St,. The billowing extract from a priv^te letter illustrates the wide spread influ ence ot the circular letter system adopt ed by the Setters Association of the re servation: Chicago, 111., Feb. 26, 18&6. Irwin I). Aldrich, Milbank, S. D. Dear Friend:- Your favor of the 23d at hand and noted. Ihe enclr.sed letter which you desire sent to the Con gressman from my district I shall be Four good work horses for sale cheap, for cash, call on Jas. Lockhart. tf According to circuit court report in ing, from which was made about 35,000 lbs. of butter. The grogs receipts were about 915500. Mr.L. M. Kaerclier, tbe secretary and manager, reports the outlook as very encouraging. Milk Can*. MILBANK, S. D., FRIDAY, MARCH 13, I8!!(!, to .. Mrs. Schuitz Hosu Redman .Kev. Dedroff .. .Eva Skinner .Addie hmng Committee Paul Pioneer l^ress during the wee« has ueeti running a voting column for republican preferences for president. Kmley let.ds the list by more than two io one of all the o'ber candidates combined, ibis in a st«to ami city where a "favorite son" is the fieui imhea es jre tv d«ar!y that tbe re publicanism Minnesota is noL hedged iu by fetate lines. HOI SK TO HUNT. -Enquire at tbe feed stole. glad lo siiiii and send today. I hope and adopted t, secure the arrest of Mr. ir *rlist that you will get favorable action 'ens, aud which consisted iu a number from Congress on the matter suggested of perjured alVnlaviis, and which were therein and if I get. an opportunity to procured from men who were not well see our Congressman personally, I will i acquainted with the F.nglish language. try to do li it le persona! work with him to have him tavor tbe proposition you desire. Very truly yours, 8. E. VEBMIIAED. the Mil- i tmnk "Vlorjild-Advauce the criminal cases against Rudolph Hunzikur and \V. E Smith i.r selling liquor, were dismissed by the state Public sen- tiineni is against the enforcement ot Dakota's ill begotten liquor law.—Big stone Headlight, ('(.AKK CAPTllltU. Be|Mri tl»»t Appear* to be Welt fmtsitlefl 1'liiii ». 1. lark litis t»ecn Arretted in Mexico, The Aberdeen News last Saturdaycon taiued the following New York dispatch: New York, March 7. Clark, the Mil baiiK forger and confidence man, is in Mexico Detectives are shadowing him and are waiting requisition Papers be fore arresting him and bringing him back to answer for his crimes. Later reports seem to conftrta the the above t'der, ani, una it Clark is not already ries ed his whereabouts are un doubtedly Known and the authorities an place their hands up'ti him at any time, us extradition papcis have beet homp. During applied for to secure his return to this Miss Weather- county. Circuit Court. The March term of the circuit court was adjourned by Judge Campbell Wednesday ufiernoon, the calendar cases lia\ing all been disposed of at that nuie. •Mnce our last issue the following dis position ot cases was made: C. (Jotzian & Co. vs. John Conner. iSet'led. Eriandson & Johnson vs. C., M. & St. P. Ky. Settled. Joseph Fan set vs. Maria Vandervort E. s McCollum and A. L. Patrulge. Verdict in tavoi 'f defendant. 8ara Cliapman vs. Leonard Kaercl.er. Settled und (lisuussed. John Dovenharger vs. A. Dilhnan. Selled and dismissed. Guv L. Wood vs. C,, A St. P. fly. Settled. w'lio has been known SU If our Big Stone neighbor bases his asked, who will be safe from the same assertion that "public sentiment is 1 against the enforcement of Dakota's ill- i lawyer takes if in his head to manufac hegotteu liquor law," because of the non prosecution of the cases named, he is resting on verv thin ground. The court house fire and the destruction of the in dictment papers against llnn/.iker and I when the matter wr.s brought up. Suii'.h are the real reasons why the defen- understand bat a Sfi.ObO damage dants in these liquor cases were allowed will be instituted against tbe plaintiff to escape, and not because ot public sen- in the case. tiuient as intimated. The Dakota Farmer, of Aberdeen, in Spaulding lands between Albee and Re its first March number, devoted to dairy i interests, in a review of some Ot the Koitwltz Sentenced, creameries of the state savs: ,, Wednesday morning tbe prisoner 1 ae Milbank ereamery is located in prank Kottwitz who had been arraigned what some term the "sure crop regiou" on a charge of manslaughter in the first in Grant county at the extreme eastern degree and had pleaded guilty, was part ot the state. 1 he success has been brought into court to receive sentence so marked and tbe tarmers are so pleas- After a short statement of the case had ed with the experiment, that although it been made by the states attorney, and a was tirBt run in June, 1895, at least five plea for the mercy of the court by the other plants will be established in tbis defendant's counsel. Judge Campbell county this season. It has at present pronounced sentence of eight years in 9o patrons took in about three quarters the penitentiary upon the man. of a miliion fxiunds of milk since start 4dv«*rti«Ml l.etier I.l«t. With the starting up of several new creameries there will be a great demand tor cans. To avoid delay and annoyance I tisement. It not called for in fifteen send in your orders early. jdaye will be sent to dead letter office. E Skinner. E. M. Spalding vs. Verdict for plaintiff. McCormick Harvesting Machine (.^o. vs. Pauline Hamline and Perry Ilamlin. Verdict lor jilaintilT. Aaron Kaeroher vs. John A. Williams. Settled. H. E. Jones vs. William udirment. tor plaintiff $16.75. ias been running a voting of Martha Arndt, a ludf wilted girl of eleven years and daughter of Mrs J. Arndt living near Twin Brooks, whieh was on trial this week, attracted crowds of the morbidly inclined to listen to the unsavory details. Slates Attorney C. Pot l. Iloxsie. Denev Iloxsie vs. Fremont Degree of divorce granted. i The trial ot Herman Bohn, who wa n a charge of rape on the person Lockhtrt prosecuttd the case and the deten«e w-ts conducted bv Attorneys .1. I W. Bell and the well known crimnal l»w ver''Bill" Erwin ol St. Pail. The case was given to ihe jury Tuesday afternoon, bnt "thetvvelve good men and true" were i unable to agree on a verdict, and 6tated ,C the court and were discharged. The case of A. Jurget.s vs. C. W. Martens, under process of arrest and bail, in which the defendant had been placed in the hands of the sheriff for a number of days, was heard shortly tie fore ti.e court adjourned. The case bad created more than ordinary interest, be cause of ihe unwarrantable proceedings which the attorney for plaintiff had and who afterwards stated and were willing to swear to the fact that the subject of the affidavit they made was misrepresented to them. The affair created considerable indignation among citizens generally, as Mr. Martens is well known as one of the most upright and stiaightforwnrd citizens of the county, whoso character is above reproach, and to r.h a man our people since th«* first settlement of the country If as Mr Martens hucn a ln tn be Alartens is to t)e arrested and imprisoned while a Civil suit is pending, the question has been annoyance w hen some little pettvfogging ture a lot ot affidavits? The court would undoubtedly have read the riot act to the attorney in this case if the latter had not found it convenient to be absent We suit Gold & Co. have charge of the E. M. v'i"o ant furnish seed. Letters remaining uncalled for in th® Milbank Post Office March 11, 1896. AimBworth A Ifhcm 8 Lous K Miller Mrs Viola NftRle Keena Kicknr Nort Swans on Po*er Stanley Smith Frank W In calling for any of the above please say "advertised" and give date of adver M. WATSON. GKO. C. MIDDLKBPOQX, P. M. Ml IM S, Fir»t Hard, The Itepublicans of tne First ward ot M^bunk will meet in caucus nt S,chna bobs store on Thursday evening, March ID, 1896, at 8 p. in. 'o select four dele ga'es to the Republican county conven tion to be hold n March 21, 1800. By order of committee. Second Ward, The Republicans of the Second ward of Milbank will meet in caucus at ihe Engine house on Thursday evening, March 15), 189(1, at 8 m. to .'elect four delegates to the Republican county con vention to be held on March 21, lS'.Ki. By order of committee. Third \Vurrt. The Republicans of ihe Third ward ot Milbink will meet in cp.ucua at the Court house on Thursday evening, March, ID. 1890, at 8 p. to select four delegates to the Republican county con vention to be held on March 21, 1896. By order ot committee Melrose Ifiepublicaii CUIICIIH. There will be a caucus of the repub lican voters of Melrose township at ihe Bennett school house on Thursday Mar« 19,at 4 o'clo. k p. m. to select delegates to the republican county con vention to be held at Milbank, March 21,1H90. i FRANK SMITH, chairman Oritur Oilier 4'aiit'iiw. There will be a caucus of the repub lican voters of Crant Center townsnip at the Ecker school house on Thurs day. March 19 at 2 p. m., to select bmr delegates to the republican convention to be held at Milbank, Maich 21, 189G. N. Neukkbuho. Police, Notice is hereby given t!\at a Repub lican caucus will be held at the Scheie s.'hool hotis"* in the township of Vernon county of Grant, State of Eolith Dakota, on Thursday the 19th day of March A. D. 1890, at2 o'clock p. to elect six delegates to intend a Republican conven tion to be held in Milbank, Saturday .March 21st, IS'Mi. March 2nd, 18W. L. O. Ai.mtirn Chairman. Alban raucus. The republicans of Alban are called to meet in caucus at the Mason school house on Thursday March 19, at 4 p. m. to elect delegates to the county conven tion at Milbank, March 21st. W.v. GRAHAM, Chairman. Take ollcc I hereby warn any and all persons not to purchase a certain promissory note given by the undersigned to Dr. Debow tor 00, and dated in February, 1890, as the said note w as secured by Iraud and under false pretense. Pitii,ip POUT. Revillo, S. D., March 2, 181)6. Drills. Although there are those who still claim thai the Seeder is just as good as the Shoe Drill, the number is less each veur. It has been fairly demonstrated that the Shoe Drill is the be.-t machine tor sow ing grain in the Northwest its general use verities Ibis statement, A belter yield with less seed can be se emed by the use of the Drill. Ihe popularity of the Shoe Drills in the Dakotas. is due to Ihe introductu u of sut machines as tbe DOVVAOI AC. nnd VAN BRUNT FC WIIJKINB. In recognition ot their superiority, three fourths of the farmers in this part of the country use one of the above Drills. Should there be any uncertainty as to the best Drill io buv, just ask your neighbor. These Drills are tbe best because: They sow any desired depth uniformly and evenly. They will not clog "with stubble or other trash. They work with less horse power than other seeding machines. They work equally well in all kinds of ground, wet or dry. Strong winds do not interfere with their work. The seed is protected un til it is safely deposited in the ground. Iu appreciation of the superiority of the above Drills, all the leading farmers in this County use them. AUCTION SAM.! Monday, Match 10. I will offer the following described Farm Machinery and Live Stock tor sale to the highest bidder, seven miles south east of Milbank, and just south of Coun ty Poor Farm. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock p. m. on the above date: 1 mare, 7 years old 1 mare, 5 years old 1 gelding. T) years old 3 col'b, coming three years old 2 colts, coming two years old 1 mare, coming ten years old 2 sets double harness 1 double wajon 1 light sleigh 1 gang plow —Deere 1 sulky plow 2 walking plows 1 drag--11 ft. 2 binders, one nearly new 2 mowers -Champion 4 tat hogs (to be sold for cash.) Terms, all sums below $10 cash, all Bums above 810 up to #90 Secured notes, due Oct. 1st, 1896. All sums above $90 payable in two payments, one Oct. 1st, 1896, and the other Oct. 1st, 1897. WM. GRAHAM April 11, 1H«0 ssrsr-mastp-^tau For Wale. A fine Gasoline Engine. Al-'o an Ir rigation Pump. Satisfaction guaranteed. D.J. Gurry, !101 American Terrace Building, Minneapolis, Mimi. Ilor*CM for Male. 1 have a number of good horses (or sale cheap. L. P. RAXOVS, Corona, S. D. Horu't for Male. A number of good horses for sale. Will go cheap. A. P. Lindquist. Drill SltueH. Farmers bring in your drill shoes and get them repaired before ihe spring work commences to overcrowd. A8. LOCKH AKT Cowti lor Kale, I have a number of good cows for hale, W. C. UBKIT U. Twin Brooks, S. D. lioh. Don't forget that Shnfer ^makes a speciality of keeping on ban all the diflerent varieties of fish, fresh and smoked. .Iltiwic. Miss Delia Bosworth, the Milbank music teacher has moved her music rooms !r"ni the Schafer bmh:ing to Ihe home of Mr. Molander. the house for merly occupied bv Edward Johnson, on tne corner of Fourth street and Second Ave., where dl her pupils can continue their les oiis at the usual hours, and all others wishing to take lessons on organ or pi mo or in voice culture will please call and arrange for losoti hours. Republican State Convention. The Republicans of South Dakota wi'l meet in delegate convention in the city of lluro i, on Wednesday March 25, 18'JO, at twelve o'clock noon, for the pur pose of electing eight delegates to repie sent Ihe Republican party of South Dakota in the Republican National Con vention to he held in tbe city ol St. Louis June 16. 1890. The Republicans of South Dakota will also meet in the city of bcrdeen on Wednesday, July 8th, nt twelve o'clock noon, for th^ purpose, of placing in onimatiori candidates for the follow ing-natned offices Four presidential electors. Two Representative in Congress. Governor. Lieutenant Governor. Secretary of State. •Slate Auditor. State Treasurer. Attorney General. Superintendent of Public Instruction. Commissioner School and Public Lands. Commissioner Labor and Statistics. Oue Railroad Commissioner for all of Bo ob Dakota lying west of the Missouri river. One Railroad Commissioner for all of South Dakota lying ea*t of the Missouri river aud south ol the Bi'C-ond standard parallel. One Railroad Commissioner for all of South Dakota lying east ol the Missouri river and north of the second standard parallel. And the transaction of such oilier business as may legally come before such convention. It is recommended that an alternate to each delegate be elected and that no pr »xies be allowed and that the dele gates or their alternates present at the convention be empowered t» cast the lull vote ot their county. Theibasis of representation for each of the organized counties in ach of the state conventions embraced in this call will be one delegate at large and one ad ditional delegate for each seventy-the voles, or major fraction thereof, cast for Hon. Charles H. Sheldon for govern o/in 189-1. The counties will be eutitled to delegates as follows Aurora de ... Ifi Jerauld Bon Homme .... 15 Kingsbury Brown .... S4j Lawrence... Batl'nlo. sJILyami Buttw & Campbell 'tmrlufl Mix 12 Kingsbury Lake U v» 21' r. 7 8 Lake Brooking ... v fMnrstittl).... .... 8 Mende Campbell 'tmrlufl Mix UJSliiicr Clark .... 12.MiniH-litilia. Clay SSI Moody Clay 1(5!Mi'Cmik Custer tfiMcl'li.-rsou Davison ... iViiiiington, Day .... 15 Potter I#eiict .... Kotiert9 Douglass ... Sanborn Kdmunds .... jti'ik KhII Kiver Ntfinbv h'nnlk '... Sully Gmut .... 14 Turner tun I in .. 1" l"n ion !bind 11! 11 10 Walworth... Hanson ... 7 Yankton.... Iluirbes llntcbifiBoo ... 19 In addition to the eb »ve n' mber of delegates each unorganized cov nty will be entitled io one dele ate in each of the conventions. Dated at Watertown, S. D., 'hi^ 10th day ol February, U96. By order of State Central Committee, A. C. JOHNSON, Chairman, LEE STOVEK, Secretary.