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REDS HAVE SCATTERED.
HOBTILES at pine ridge make
TRACKS FOR THE BAO LANOB.
Keparti Beaetrad of Their Pillaging and
Plandering Hoaaes Nerth ef the Char
eeae— Many Ueraea Stolen—Tight Be
tween Indiana and Battlers Near Buffalo
Cmp Be ported.
Pinb Ridge AgrNct, S. D., Dec. B.
Reliable information just received here
statea that the Indians are stealing
horset and robbing the house* north of
the Cheyenne river. This coincide*
with the rumor reoeived here that the
hostile camp had broken np. and the
Indiana have scattered through the Bad
Land*. Scout* were at once sent out to
ascertain the facta.
HAO A LITTLE BRUSH.
A Blight Skirmish Between Indiana and
Belt ter* Near Buffalo Gap. A D.
Chicago, Dee. 9.—Gen. Miles has re
ceived a letter from Buffalo Gap, 8. D.,
under date of Deo. 8, which My*: “Yes
terday afternoon a party of fifteen Sioux
at the entrance of the Bad Lands, en
deavored to cut off and capture three
cow boy*. Ranchmen in the vicinity
of the Bad Lands are sending the women
and children into this town.
Shortly after this letter was received
* telegram came from the aame place
dated Monday, Haying: “Ranchmen and
Indians had a slight skirmish. The sit*
nation is becoming serious, for the set
tler* are unarmed. Can you supply
fifty good rifles and ammunition so that
settlers can defend themselves?” Gen.
Mile* will leave for the scene of the In
dian trouble during the day.
INDIANS IN WAR PAINT.
Irar Thoatand Red* in Indian Territory
In a Frenzy Over the Mculah Craze.
Gutuiur, 1.T., Dec. 9.—H.D.McKee,
one of the couriers who arrived here
from Frisco, a small town on the bor
der, says there are 4,000 Indians in dif
ferent sections west of bis place engaged
in the ghost dunces, and that they are
trading off their ponies, blankets and
trinket* for guns and ammunition. They
are daubed with war paint and dancing
and screeching in their half unde con
dition. Never before daring the recent
erase bus the aspect of the Indian terri
tory loooked f o serious. Arrangements
are being made to give the border towns
every assistance possible, and the Okla
homa settlers are fully aroused. Gov
ernor Steele takes very mufch interest in
all that is transpiring, and the people
feel confident that he will meet success
folly every emergency.
BAYB THERE IS NO DANGER.
Am Army Officer at Fart Lincoln Write* a
Letter to a Brolhor to That Effect.
St. Paul, Dec. 8. —The Pioneer Press
publishes a long letter by Capt. X B.
Irvine, stationed at Fort Lincoln, N. D.,
to a brother in St Paul, in which he
says that no uprising has been contem
plated by the Indians this winter. The
dances, he sain, are merely religions
ceremonies, aud as harmlessly intended
as are any of the religions ceremonies of
the whites, and that, if left alone, the
Indians will stop when they have fin
ished them.
Huron, S. 8., Dec. B.—Nearly all the
guns stored here belonging to the state
were sent to Gettysburg, Forest City
and other points along the Missouri
river, by order of Governor Mellette to
be distributed among settlers. There is
greater interest here at present in ths
threatened Indian outbreak than at any
time since first reports were received.
Governor Mellette proposes to be on ths
safe ride and provide ample protection
to settlers.
Washington, Dec. 10. -The president
has approved the joint resolution au
thorizing the aecretary of war to issue
1,000 stands of arms to each of the statea
of North aud South Dakota, Wyoming,
Montana and Nebraska.
Fort Custer, Mont, Dec. 9. —The
Crows are quiet and take no interest in
the Messiah craze. Young-Man-Afraid
of-His-Horse,, with forty Sioux, are en
camped near the agency and are danc
ing. They will probably be taken book
to their reservation.
Chamberlain, S. D., Deo. 9,—Ona
hundred guus and 6,000 rounds of am
munition, sent by Governor Mellette,
have arrived here, to be on hand should
occasion require.
SOCIALISTS ARE BARRED.
Vh« MalioaiU Couvcntion of the Fed an
ti en of Labor Refuse to Admit Dele*
gate* of the Central Labor Federation
of Mew York.
Detroit, Mich., pec. Tb* second
day of the American Federation of La
bor convention was called to order gfe
9:15 a. in. Up to 14 o’clock the time
was chiefly taken up, in appointing com*
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BROOKINGS, SOOTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, DEO. 12, 1860.
Son! Arm* to Bottler*.
Barrl*on Affise* Hl* Big.
Tho Crow* Aro Quiet.
Supplied With Arm*.
mittees and hearing report*. The spe
cial committee appointed to examine
the credentials of Lncien Hernial, from
the Federation ot Labor of New York
recommended that the credentials pre
sented by Mr. Sanial from the Central
Lalkff Federation be returned, that the
action of President Gompers in refusing
that body a charter was in accordance
with the constitution of the American
Federation, and be affirmed by the con
vention. There was a long and warm
discussion of the report of the commit
tee, but it was finally adopted and the
delegate excluded.
Eating Rotten Potatoes for Food.
Dublin. Dec. 9.— The ' priests on
Achill Island have appealed to Chief
Secretary Balfour to assist 400 families
who are in actual distress because of
the failure of the pptato crop there.
These unfortunate people have been re
duced to the necessity of eating diseased
potatoes in order to avoid death by
starvation. ,t>
Bottcrwortb Will Be Chief.
Chicago, Dec. B.—lt is pretty well
settled that Secretary Benjamin Bat
ter worth will be chief of the bureau of
promotion of the Columbipi exposition.
His salary will be the same as at preta
ent, of work will be
greatly enHPffi.
IRISH NATIONALISTS SPLIT.
Instln McCarthy Elected Leader cf the
Beecders— Parnell Confident of Win-
ning Yet.
London, Dec. B.—Matters in the Irish
Nationalist tronblee came to a head
to-day. After speeches from Messrs.
Barry, bexton, Healy, and others de
nouncing Parnell, Mr. Abraham rose
and moved a resolution that Parnell
should at once vacate the chairmanship
of the Irish Nationalist party. Mr. Par
nell stolidly refused to pnt a question on
Mr. Abraham’s resolution, whereupon
Justin McCarthy and forty-four other
members of the conference, arose from
their seats and slowly filed out of the
room.
Justin McCarthy Elected.
At their meeting the eeceders, by a
unanimons vote, elected Justin McCar
thy chairman. When Mr. McCarthy
had assumed the chair the meeting pro
ceeded to consider the following reso
lution:
“We, members of the Irish parliamen
tary party, solemnly renew our adhe
sion to the principle, in devotion to
which we have never wavered, that the
Irish party is and always must remain
independent of all other parties. Fa
ther, we declare that we will never en
tertain any proposal for a settlement of
the home rule question. except such aa
satisfies the aspirations of the Irish
party and Irish people."
The resolution, which was proposed
by Timothy Healey and seconded by
Mr. Sexton, was unanimously adopted.
Pameltite* Anxiona for a Tml.
The Parnellites, it is understood, are
axious to force an appeal to the country
as soon as possible, and claim that their
antagonists are afraid to submit the is
eue of their conduct to the people. It is
stated on the alleged authority of Timo
thy Healy that the party headed by Jus
tin McCarthy will continue to keep
their seats, without. any resigna
tions, upholding the causa of
home rale and waiting for' time
to bring about a sober and
deliberate decision in the now excited
constituencies. Mr. Barry said that
Mr. Parnell’s cause would lose instead
of gain with the progress of time, and
that the next general elections would
see him deader than Isaac Butt. Par
nell, on the other hand, is said to fee!
entirely confident, and to be already se
lecting successors for those who have
deserted him. He is in ample funds, as
since the division in the party several
American organizations have forwarded
money directly to him instead of to the
treasurers formerly appointed.
HAS THE PRESS AND PURSE.
P»«*ll Retain* the AdT*nt*|« of Posi-
tion In the Irish Imbroglio.
London, Deo. B.— The concensus ot
ooinioa, as gathered from the morning
papers is that Mr. Parnell has by his
strategy woe the day so far ns retaining
the immediate confidence and support
of the Irish people is concerned. What
the sober second thought of the people
will be depends on the degree of ability
with which the eeceders can lay their
case before the country. They have the
best speakers* and more firet-rate men
than the “regulars" have, but Mr. Par
nell is a host in himself and has Hie
Irish press and the purs* with him.
The struggle for supremacy will be as
interesting aa it is undoubtedly impor
tant Many of Parnell’s Opponents
think the eeceders should at once resign
and seek re-clection. It is reported that
some of Parnell’s present adherents are
likely to go over to Mr. Mcarthy's side
soon.
Jeff Dazla* Mansion to Be * MuMM.
Richmond, Va.. Dec. V. —The board
of aldermen, by a two thirds vote, de
cided to give the Confederate Memorial
Literary ‘society the use of the Jeff Davit
mansion for a museum for war relics.
This was tho executive mansion of the
Confederacy, land wo* occupied by Pres
ident Jefferson Davis during his resi
dence in Richmond.
WORK OF CONGRESa
POSSIBILITY THAT THE ELECTION
BILL WILL BE DEFEATED.
A Malar of Unimportant Bill* PMMd,
International Copyright BUI Famed la
Beam—Free Silver Coinage Bill* In
troduced—Preparation* for Beapper
tleainent.
Washington, Dec. 9.—The possibility
of the defeat of ths elec£on bill in the
senate on a direct vote on its passage
was discussed in Republican circles and
one Republican senator went so far as
to say that it would be policy for the
Democratic senators to permit, the de
bate to come to a speedy close and a
vote to be taken before the Christmas
holidays. If the bill was not a party
measure there would be no doubt of its
fate; but the action of the Republican
caucus in formally declaring tnat ths
bill shall pass will bind at least some of
those who do not favor the bill to vote
for it when it is placed on its passage.
Whether this will hold enough doubtful
Republican votes to carry the measure
through is a debatable proposition. It
is admitted by Republican senators that
several Republican votes will be cast
against it.
DOINGS IN CONGRESS.
Wednesday, Dec. B.—ln the hones
the international copyright bill was de
bated and passed, 188 to 95. A bill to
make any person acting in a fiduciary
capacity responsible for the pension
money of minors was debated without
final action. A motion to refer it to
committee was lost, 88 to 101. Senate:
Resolution offered in relation to a site
for the government printing office led to
a lung discussion. It was finally re
ferred to the committee on printing.
Messrs. Voorhees, Dawes and Pierce
had a lively debate on the ludian ques
tion over a joint resolution to issue arms
to the states of North and South Dakota
and Nebraska, after which the election
bill was taken np and Mr. Tnrpie made
a long speech against it.
Thursday Dec. 4. —ln the senate,
after petitions had been presented and
joint resolution reported
Wednesday by Mr. Htwley, providing
for the issue of arms to the states of
North and South Dakota and Nebraska,
was taken up and passed.
In the house the bill making guard
ians responsible for the pension money
ot minors was passed. The pension ap
propriatiou bill was discussed without
action.
Friday, Dec. 6.—Senate: Bill intro
duced to establish land loan bureau in
the treasury department; several unim
portant bridge bills were passed and the
federal election bill woe discussed fur
ther. House: Senate joint resolution
authorizing the secretary of war to issue
1,000 stands of arms to each of the states
of North arid South Dakota. Wyoming
and Nebraska, was amended so ns to
include the state of Montana and passed;
the house then went into committee
of the whole on the pension appropria
tion bill, which was passed.
Monday, Dec. 8. —ln the senate
the Indian question was discussed again
at some length. The resolution calling
on ths secretary of the treasury for a
statement of moneys paid John I. Dav
enport, chief supervisor, was passed.
The elections bill was then taken up and
Mr. Hoar asked unanimous consent that
a vote lie taken Friday. Mr. Gorman
objected. Mr. Gray resumed his speech
against the bill. House: Iu the bouse
the resolution to discipline Doorkeeper
Minot wo* tabled. The Atkinson bill
relating to the rights of the District of
Columbia was paused; also several other
bills relating to the district. The bill
to give a rebate on manufactured to
bacco in store Jan. 1, was passed.
A Hllllo* Pound* for Mt* York.
London, Dec. V. —lt is stated that a
million pounds sterling will be shipped
from London to New York this week to
relieve the stringency of the money
market there. Assistance from ths
Bank of Frauce is considered doubtful.
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POWDER
Absolutely Fur*.
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BANKS.
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B. H. Williams, . let Vic* President
Jas. Natista, . . . «nd Vic* Predent
Usoaex Monsaotfsa, Cashier
¥ **'»*•*' ,%i •, • * 1 l *
the
BANK OF BROOKINGS
Incorporated wider thelaws of UmlWrltory.
Subscribed Capital, $150,000.00
Paid up Capital, 75,000.00
A Gutril Banking Bislim TriiucM.
Foreign and Domestic Etching*, County War
rants and Bchool Orders Boaght and Sold.
INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS.
DIBKCTORB:
Jse. Nsiesta, B. H. W lUiams, F. O. Peterson,
W.U. Morehouse, 8. W. Lockwood,
B. H. Beeves, Geo. Morehouse, 1. X. Diamond
N. H. JIoIdSL.
THE OLD RELIABLE
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BEST OFGOODS
AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
New Goods, Late Styles,Low Prices
Are hia mottoee • Call on him at the
old euud.
JOHN H. OLBERQ,
BBOOKINGS, - . SOUTH DAKOTA.
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BROOKINGS, S. D.
OLDHAM A LYON. Banker,.
Loans, Exchange and Collections.
Sell Ocean Steamship Tickets and
Foreip Drafts.
Make Leans on Improved Farms at Lowest Bates
of Interest. Principal and Interest Pay
able at oar office. Time of Pay
ment to salt borrower.
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FURNITURE.
STEEN & OYLOE,
—Dealers in—
FURNITURE,
COFFINS, CASKETS.
neatly and promptly
done.
BROOKINGS, - 8. D.
City Livery Barn.
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SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COMMERCIAL
MltN,
Big Red Barn Between Commercial
and Jordan Hotels. ||Xl|
RATES REASON ABIE.
RROOKTtfGSI ROT JT& D A KOTA.
BROOKINGS,
NO. 39.
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