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BLANCHARD & HANNETT,
ITTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW,
V. Rooms 1 & 2 Land OfBce Building, Mitchell,
feT.
TRAOY it HALVER80N.
Eliysiclans and Sur
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gTTOUNEY AND COUNSELOR. Legitimate
LHW Business and Collections a Specialty.
Bee in Kilsby Black,
E. B. BRACY, Nl. D.
Iim
HYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Chronic and
private diseases A specialty on Saturdays.
Ice liours from 10 12 a. m. from 2 to 5 and
7 to 9 p. m. Office on Main street, ever
le's Drug Store Mitchell Dakota.
0. 0. STANCHFIELD
|lw, Land and Real Estate.
iloney loaned on real estate. Deeded lands
town property bought and sold. Business
fore U. S. Land office given special attention
tee opposite Postoffice,
Mitchell, Dakota.
70 ROOMS.
|lex. Mitchell House,
U. H. SHAW,Proprietor,
ftitolxell. -v Dakota.
W. ABBEY,
|and and Collection Agent
loes a General Land and
Collection Business.
itchell Dakota.
MITCHELL
ENTAL PARLORS.
Teeth
extracted without pain er
danger. We especially solicit
the patronage of parties desiring first
•js work, llundreds of references. Call or
id for reduced price list. Office over Lttch
Hardware store.
|£0. p, Dix. LEONA A. DIX.
F. C. HOFFMAN.
eal Estate and Loans
eeded Lands For Sale
actice Before U. S. Land Office,
filce in U. 6. Land Office Building, BP stairs
MITCHELL, DAKOTA.
IHENRY A.HERN,
eal Estate Loans,
-A.ND-
In
vestments.
Swans made OB F&rin Lands AND City PROPER-1
Wat lowest rates of interest. Correspondence
licited. Office with Geo. A. Jeh»«t«n, ID
gfc Block.
FUX & WILTSE,
I
hotogeaphers.
tig,
Full
:*35s
.....
£1
eons, Office and rosldenee
:ore. Mitchell B. T.
O.V. PARMELEE,
OMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND 8CR
GEON. Office over Bank of Dakota. Gener
•urgery aspecialty. Night oallsattendedft«m
ice. Mitel"'"
lltchell, Dakota.
E. NELSON FITCH,
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never vanes. A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomeness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and canuot be sold In
competition with the multitude
of low test, short
weight alum or phosphatejpowders. Sola only
In cans. KOTAX, BAKINO FOWDBB (JO. 108
St. N, Y.
DR. COLLIERS' ANALYSIS.
U. S. DEPT. of AGRICULTURE, I
WASHINGTON, D. C., March 10, 1883.
O. E. ANDREWS.—Gentlemen: I received
by express from Thos. Lydon and 3. P. Harklns
& Co., Grand Ave., Milwaukee, and Harper
BroB.. Chicago, III., samples of Andrews' Pearl
and Royal Baking Powders. The cans were in
good condition when received and the seals
unbroken. I And upon analysis that Andrews'
Pearl Baking Powder contains about four and a
half (4M) Per cent, more cream tartar than the
Royal Br"
larger
Baking Powder, and a proportionately
percentage of carbonic acid gas, and I.
And it to be free from alum, and any Injurious
substances. Sincerely yours,
PfcTER COLLIER,
U. 8. Chemist, Dept. of Agriculture.
BAKING
1 £0 WDES
IS THB BBBT.
ANDREWS' PEARL
Arlington House!
Under New Management.
Thoroughly Refitted iud Reftirnished 1!
Terms, SI per day.
Good Stabling Attached.
W.CORBIN.
B. B. ARB KIR. E, ROSBNTBAI.
The Last but not the Least• Store is
Now Open and Beady for Business.
FAHMERS
Coming t» town will do good to themselves If
they will think of us and como to buy their
Groceries, Flour and
Clothing,
Of us. Our Store Is only one door north of Chan
dler Bros. Hardware Store. Call and sec us.
Shpqt GflllerV West of ChlCflCO, l'rescribedandendoraedbythobestthysictftTW
Hiebl Vjttiieiy -6 Iho -oimtriea of the world.
taneons Process, and Children'* Work
Specialty.
Enlarging, India Ink, Water Colore Mi
Cra yu Work promptly attended to.
La Crosse
BUSINESS COLLEGE,
La Cranef Win.
LIFE SMLtHIP. J!
ASM' branches of Book-keeping taught,
mon School Branches and Ornamental penman
-KblD Cheapest place to board in the Northwest,
thorough coarse in Book-keeping for less than
fMiarro r.iriuiiarR civing full lnfor-
L. WALIJACK
•ny otiifir College. Circulars
jSfenii sent by addressing
La Crosse, Wis
For Uie
ftud permanent
Nerrsw Debility
Disorder** Never IM
Pamphlet, (fivlwf
for it. Address Jo
thirty years a specialist
Write torit
iffiM-To. HidtoCim, Sole
rm&tion
rfcE PiORTHWESTERSI
.ISiUiMTOaY OF BBSiS.
MIJlXEAPOIilS, MIKK.
IfiRiio, Or-mn. Voice. Theory. »ll Orehg.'g!..**!'
Li:nr.
ueuins wt. 9. heiirt for Calendar.
CHAKI.r.S II. MOKSE.
Mashb & Rosenthal.
Money to Loan
oisr
A E S
•AJSTD
REAL ESTATE.
-FT J. MOHB,
Mitchell. Dakota.
SCOTT'S
OF PDS£ COD LIVfctt OH
Almost as Palatable as ^l"lc.
The only preparation of COD LIV Ett OIIi fife
can be taken readily and toloiated for
along Uata
by deUeate sioaiarbs.
AKI AS A BEMEPT FOB COT
sfltohiLOUS" AFFECTION'S, AXAE«1A. UlW
HIT HBILITIR. oouGiis
tASI»
IHIWAT AT.
FftWlflSfe. and 11 WA&TlXU mSOHUKH» W
niii.DKKH It Is Marvellous in iri malt*.
In tiio
uonntries of the worlcL
For Hale by »n
flS»Srn] for PamphietonWnHtiucPinewe*. —_
4S. SCOTT Jto JBOWM3, *»cw Y«rlu
Com-
REPUBLICAN TICKET.
CONGRESSIONAL:
For Delegate
OSCAR S. GIFFORD,
LINCOLN COUNTY.
LEGISLATIVE
For Member of the Council:
HENRY E. GATES,
BRULE COUNTY.
For Members of the House:
THEODORE F. MENTZER
DAVISON COUNTY,
BOETIOUS H. SULLIVAJT,
AURORA COUNTY.
COUNTY.
For Sheriff:
O. O. STANCHFIELD,
For Register of Deeds:
R. T. ROBINSON.
For Treasurer:
R. D. PRESCOTT.
For Probate Judge:
J. N. CROW.
Wall
For District Attorney:
J. L. IIANNETT.
For Coroner:
DR. JOHN TAXMAN.
For Surveyor:
M. S. KERN.
For Superintendent of School*:
H. L. BRAS.
The Press & Dakotaian says that the
reports of all the territorial governors,
democratic and republican, have con
tained disapprovals of the poliey
pursued by Commissioner Sparks, with
the exception of that of the governor
of Dakota.
Beware of crafty politicians. There
are plenty of them abroad at this sea
son of the year, and do not let them
convince yon that the candidates on
the peoples' ticket are preferable to
those nominated on the straight re
publican ticket
This is an off year, but the heavy
men of the republican party are at the
front. Logan is doing splendid work
in Illinois Sherman is in the field in
Ohio and Michigan Harrison is lead
ing in Indiana Wilson and Kirkwood
In Iowa, and Blaine in Pennsylvania,
Pierre Free Press: Let nobody mis
take the issue at the coming election,
It is a square contest between the dem
ocratic and republican parties. If the
democrats earry a county, apart of the
ticket, or even a single office, tWy will
claim it as a party victory and an
endorsement of the party and the ad
ministration. No republican can
afford to lend his endorsement to
Sparks the veto president the tele
phone stock attorney general the
vacillating Bayard, or the house of
representatives that failed to pass a
measure for the welfare of Dakota er
the relief of western farmers.
If any one inveigles you into voting
for any man not on the straight repub
lican ticket, don't do it on a "peoples"
ticket for it will have the wrong names
for the legislature and for congress.
No republican can afford, under any
stress, to vote against his party on
legislative or congressional candidates.
Our apportionment for representation
in the next territorial convention and
our representation in the next legis
lature will be based on the vote for
Gifford. Remember that,
Ad-
The foregoing is well worth thinking
over and talking about. Keep it before
the people that every man may fully
understand that his real interest is not
served by voting the peoples ticket..
The desperate measures employed to
create sympathy for the peoples' tieket
evidences serious apprehension in the
minds of our devoted and unselfish
servants of the^people, that their cause
Js weak and tho prospect of supceps on
November S, very poor. 1'he attacks
on Robinson, lirodahl and Uannett are
liable to work more injury to the pro
jectors than to the persons aimed at.
Mr. Hannett's connection with that
county eoinmissiouers'certiflcate is ex
plained in another column, and as he
had nothing whatever to do with cir
culating that report charged to him, it
becomes some ones duty to make a cor
rection.
MITCHELL, DMOT&P&MY, OCT. 29. 1886.
-'X
For Assessor:—Mitchell Township,
B. H. BENNETT.
For Justices of the Peace:
W. ABBEY.
H.E.BIXBY.
J. W. OTTMAN.
D. M. POWELL.
For Constables:
J. M.DURELL.
G. S. MERRILL.
HENRY SCHURZ.
GEO. E. LEDYARD.
For Commissioner—3d District:
JOHN COOK.
For Commissioner—4th District
E. C. MALMSBERRY.
Vote the straight republican ticket.
In Brnle county much activity is
shown in behalf of Miss Alice J. San
born by those who favor her election to
the superintendency of schools.
The Hon. Secretary of the Interior is
credited with the opinion that em
ployes of the department, should take
no part in politics except to vote.
Thexoters ofDavison connty are
too ^teiUgent to
», caught with the
meaningless ,tlti« people's ticket.
There is nothing whatever in the move
ment of these self appointed champ
lone of the dear people,beyond person
al interest They should not receive a
tingle republican votyi because they are
oppnring a republlcansticket of repre
sentative men, fairly,and regularly
nominated. Neither have. they any
olaim en the democratie vote, for they
are not before the public as democrats
qr aa defenders of the principles of the
^ocratic |«rty.^ a man ignores
party lines and feme* for the purpose
of securing his aton election, he is no
longer entitled to party support, and
Bhonld receive the rebuke which his
attitude so richly deserves. -,r
To all appearancee the veil of mys
tery, which for a time seemed to shroud
the circumstances attending the Had
dock mnrder, is being slowly removed.
The complete confession of Albert
Koenitski, (Bismarck) jnade at Des
Moines, not only corroborates the, state
ment of Leavitt, fixing the guilt upon
Arensdorf, bnt implicates. himself in
the plot, and^tells who the ether, con
spirators were. "Bismarck" claims te
have been an eye-witness to the shoot'
ing, and says lie was hired to go to San
Franoiseo, where hewas arrested by
the police. The confession of Otte
Orleber fixes the crime on Arensdorf
and Peters, and substantiates the state
ments of "Bismarck" and Leayitt in
reference to the instigators ef the plot.
Henry Peters, the alleged accomplice
in the shooting, is still at large, bnt is
being widely searched after.
George A. Mathews, Esq., whe has
been nominated for the eeuneil in
Brookings eeunty, defines his position
on the capital commission business in
the following straightforward fashion:
"I wish to speak also upon my rela
tions, past ana present, to the capital
commission. In the first place, I was
ut upon the commission by the legls
ature of 1883 and knew nothing of my
election until after the bill became a
law. I undertook the discharge of my
duties in that body with the determina
tion to locate the capital In South Da
kota. After an examination of all the
points and a consideration of all the
circumstances, I favored the location
at Huron as the most central and ac
cessible point suggested. I did all in
my power to secure the location there.
I never voted for any other location,
nor did I favor any other. I was op
posed to the location at Bismarck in
every particular. It was as inaccessi
ble as Yankton and so far as South Da
kota was concerned was not the pro
per place for the capital. And in ref
erence to the unfinished capital at Bis
marek, I am not in favor of appropri
ating a dollar out ef the general funds
ef the territory for its completion. If
ever completed, it must be out of the
funds donated at Bismarck. I am also
opposed to the territory assuming or
paying, any of the debts contracted by
the commission in putting up the pres
ent building, as all of this should come
out of the capital fund. My enemies
have accused me of owning property
at Bismarck. I deny this and charge
it to be a wilful and malicious false
hood from beginning to end. I never
owned, either directly or indirectly, a
dollar's worth of property in Bismarck,
and I defy any or all of my enemies to
show anything to the contrary. What
I got out of capital commission was
my per diem and
I had to discount
that 50 per cent."
The Host Notable Strike on Reeerd.
In reference to the switchmen's
strike and its bearing on the wheat
market the Northwestern Miller says
It is safe to say that as far as eCeets
were concerned this was the most not
able strike on record, when we remem
ber that only two hundred men were
concerned. It is causing an extra in
crease of about 160,000 bushels per day
in the visible supply of wheat a factor
liable to make a difference of a eent or
more in prices, and this difference rep
resents millions of dollars of specula
tive cash In this country and abroad.
This single factor exerts its influence
alike upon the Dakota farmer, the
Chicago speculator, the Hindoo
Ryot,the Russian agriculturist and
the wheat growers of South America
and Australia for while the cable may
not mention the strike itself in these
far-off countries, it carries the market
quotations of wheat which have been
influenced by It, and which in turn in
fluence the distant markets.
Some Fair Questions.
York Sun: The publie
New York Sun:
given to understand
has been decided at a
meeting that a Federal official should
resign when he becomes a candidate
for some other office.
This suggest? a few pertinent qnee
tions.
Was it improper fer Grover Cleve
land, when Mayor of Buffalo, to seek
to be nominated for Governor of the
state of New York?
Wan it improper for Grever Cleve
land, when Governor ef the state Of
New York, to seek W be nominated
for President ef the United States?
And while a candidate fer Governor,
was It improper t*r him to retain the
office ef Mayor, and while eaitdidate
for Prnsid«»t, »lnnW lit* imve resigned
from tho ollitse of Governor i*
We think the proper answer to all
these questions Is, No. Evidently
Grover Cleveland onee thought the
same thing.
But, if so, why
Bhonld
OUR NEIGHBORS.
Nngen Withdraws.
The REPUBLICAN received the fol
lowing announcement last evening
from Capt. S. R. Ntigen, which fully
explains itself:
To the Farmers of the Fifth Legisla
tive District:
Having fully considered the political
situation as now existing in this dis
trict, I have concluded that our move
ment which resulted in my nomination
for member of the Territorial Council,
and that we are not 8uf:
flcionUy organlzed to 8UCCeed in the
short time in which our canvass must
necessarily be made. Deeming it
for the best interests of the farmers
of this district not to make a can
vass until they are warranted in the
expectation that success will crown
their efforts, and thanking you for the
honor conferred in my nomination, I
hereby withdraw my name as a candi
date for the territorial council.
S. B. NTJGEN.
Kimball, Dak., Oct. 25th, 1886.
BBIDGEW ATliR.
BRIDGEWATKK, Oct. 23.—The people
of our town were startled this morning
by the report that the wife of J. T.
McKee had died very suddenly during
the night. Mrs. McKee had been in
very poor health for some time but
her case was not considered as serious.
About 12 o'clook in the night she awoke
her husband and complained of a
severe burning sensation internally.
Mr. Mckee went for the physician, but
when he returned his wife was dead.
She leaves a family of Ave children to
mourn her loss. The funeral will be
held to-morrow.
I* OBDWAY.
ORDWAY, Dak., Oct. 23—At the
meeting last night held between the
stockholders of the Ordway, Bismarck
& Northwestern line, the proposed and
partly graded extension of the Rock
Island system which will run from
Watertown via Aberdeen to Bismarck
and the coal fields in McLean county,
and the Improvement Construction
Company, of Minneapolis, it was decid
ed to leave all grading to this company
and the grade to be at once started.
When this becomes completed in the
spring, there will be another trunk line
across the once American desert.
WOONSOCKET.
J. M. GAINES.
WOONSOCKET,Oct. 25—At the Re-1 RANDALL
publican rally held here Saturday night,
Hon. John Cain, of Huron, made the
principal address, which was a strong
argument for straight republican or
ganization, work and vote. Dr. D. F.
Royer, of Alpena, and Wilson Wise, of
Diana, made short speeches right to
the point. Several local speakers made
short addresses, among them T. D.
Kanouse, who cracked a few chestnuts
to "break the ice," as he said. Judge
N. B. Reed spoke for the county ticket,
referring to the "people's" ticket as
the kangaroo ticket. The latter ticket
is becoming unpopular in all parts of
the county. It is but a democratic
trick to catch republican votes, and
the republicans throughout the county
are rapidly becoming to realize the sit
uation. The strongest -fight [is center
ing about the offices of register of deeds
and sheriff, especially the latter. 11. E.
Dowdell, the straight republican nomi
nee for sheriff, is gaining strength
every day, and his chances for election
are good. In fact the entire straight
ticket is daily growing stronger, while
the mongrel movement is correspond
ingly weakening. In the second ward
by four majority. The council now
stands prohibition by one majority.
Last Saturday the REPUBLICAN
stated that'the Times of this place was
making a "strong, straight, forward
fight for the republican ticket in San
born county." We are glad up this
Way to have the REPUBLICAN label
the Time? editorials, and to know that
it is making a strong fight for republi
canism. We were not aware of it un-
that it tMhe REPUBLICAN informed us, but
is
cabinet
a district at­
torney of the United States be foreed
to resign merely because he has had
the good fortune to le nominated for
congress?
is' supporting the republican
tickgtj.yien the most of us up this way
are badly off in our support of that
larty,
[The above mistake was looked up
and it was found to be the work of the
compositor, who substituted the word
of "Times" In place of "News" as was
written in the copy, and overlooked by
the proof reader,]
Sherman at Indianapolis.'
INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 21.—Senator I
John Sherman arrived here about noon
to-day, and was met by a committee of
100 republicans. He and six senators
held a reception at the parlors ol' the
Davidson Hot,el where hundreds of
political and personal friends paid their
respects. In the evening he delivered a
speech in Timlinson Hall which was
packed to its utmost capacity.
To Visit the llome ef His Youth.
PITTSBURG, Oct. 21.—James G.Blaine
accompanied by a number of his old
school-mates and personal friends,
left for Brownsville, Pa., the home of
his youth, at ten this morning. While
enroute Blaine made brief addresses.
The party returns to the city to-night.
Price, $2,000.
ANEW
7-8
NEW DRY GOODS!
JLNT)
Boot and Shoe Store.
-JUST OPENED IN-
Crouse's Music Store.
I have been in this business in
Ohio and Michigan since 1863 and
have had much experience, and
hope I may be able to please those
who faver me with a call.
Low Prices, Square Dealing,
.A-iisro
Goods as Represented, is my Motto.
(WML BROS. OLD STAND.)
Just opened with a Ml line of new
SHELF & HEAVY HARDWARE,
Stoves, Tinware, Guns,
Ammunition and everything usually kept in a First Class Store.
We ate also Agents for Glcsison, Buily & Co's. fireman's outfit, and can fur
nish to firemen at the very lowest possible figure.
We invite the public to ciili mid see us and assure you we will make it to
your interest io do so.
Wholesale and Be tail Dealers in
We have a Larger Stock and sell at Lower
Prices than any House in Dakota.
I lave a Large and Fine Stock of Undertaking Goods
HEARSE IN CONNECTION
Largest and Best Stock in South Dakota.
The Old Reliable Supply Hoxjse.
A Full Line of the Best Gasoline Stoves in the Market*
Call and See Us. MOORE & CO.
Special election Saturday, to lill the va
cancy caused by the|resignaUon of Gib.
Dziewanovraki, George II. Baker, the I
prohibition candidate was elected over ./-.m-in
George Hollenbeck, license candidate, 1 fiO Farm with good two story hou^j, barn and well of good water,
•ouncil now 15 acres pasture l'enced, 90 acres iu cultivation 4 miles trom Mitchell.
Bargains in Real Estate!
1 ACRES, twelve miles south of Mitchell with $500 worth of improve
i-Uv menu. Pi-ice, {800.
NUMBER 7.
W.C.RUSS.
HOUSE with 1 rooms anil 3 closets, good eellar, within five min
utes walk of the postoffice. Piice, $1200.
GOOD HOUSE of rooms, cellar and well corner lot two blocks from
A the Northwestern depot. Price, $750.
50 Vacant Residence and Business Lots*
BQUaooo Acres of Good Land. All for Sale at Great Bargains,
tVPayments can be made to suit the purchaser.
Insurance placed in the Most Reliable Companies.
Office in Cook Block. S. D. COOK:
E. D. and F. S. CARPENTER,
Breeders of High Grade
HOLSTEIN FRESIAN CATTLE,
Blood Holstcin tall calves.
J. P. ARNETT.
1
CAINES & ARNETT.
WHEELOCK,
Mood Hotstem cows with calves
101-2
Residence, 29-101-61, Postoffice, EMSLEY. DAKOTA.

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