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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Canton, Dakota.
V. A. BALK, HOY. BABTLETT TRIPP,
B. P. BBOWW,
Aon. O. S. GOTOBD, X. C,. Ho*.
DrmfU boufht and arid on all porta of Europe
aadjheXaat. Interest paid on time depoeita.
BanMrg tow from a a. m. to «. p. m.
8. METERS, Prea. 1. M. ZEULER, Vice Pre*,
f* CHAS. E. iUDD, Cashier.
General Banking Burineti.
Will pay Intereat on time dapoaiU.
Corner of Fifth and Broadway. Canal Honrs,
CD IENHEST. KENNEDY
'pip.' A* IAV,
—And proprietors of th«—
Northwestern Colleciion Agc'y.
Farm Mortgage Loans a Specialty*
we tare plenty of money to loan it very beat rate*.
Hooey always on hand. Call on as.
A. H. BARTON,
Counselor at Law,
Cfloe In Hrat Vatl-mal Bank Building Beference,
Hon. Bartlett Tripp, Yankton.
O. 8. GIF^ORD,
Attorney & Counselor
Office on Fifth St
K. O. ST A BECK,
Attorney at Law,
Office on Hain Street,CANTON, DAK.
J. W. TAYLOR,
Attorney at Law.
|C Canton, Dakota.
Office in Taylor's block, opposite conrt house.
Physician & Surgeon.
An professional calls attended to. Office in Syy
«rnd'a Inrely atore.
F. P. SMITH. M. D.
Physician & Surgeon.
Office over Hood'a drug atore, corner Main and
fifth atreeta, Canton, D. T.
P. w. WHITNEY, M. D.
Office at reaidence on Main Street, LENNOX
Oan always be found night or day when not pro
/nsslonally engaged. Ilakea all forma of chronic
a pedal ty. Will promptly respond to tel-
DR. HORACE J. McDONALD,
-,K' EYE AND EAR
LA CBOS8K, WISCONSIN.
Write for Medicine.
.Canton, Dakota. ..
Will perform all work in dentistry
good and workman like man
ner and guarantee, aatiafaction.
Gold flllilng a specialty. Office in
dale's block, Main Street.
JOHN W. HEWITT,
Canton Harness Shop.
—Mannfactmrer and Dealer in—
HARNESS, HALTEB8, COLLARS, RIPINQ
BRIDLES, Etc., Ac.
Constantly on hand a good aaaortment of Whips,
liaahea, Brushes, Carry Comb., Collars, Ac. will
sell aa cheap aa the cheapeet. Give him a call.
Canton. Oct. 23. I23tf.
GEO. W. MARTIN,
CITY MEAT MARKET.
fj&'l, MAIN ST., CANTON. I
Treah and Salt meata always on hand. Highest
•oiks* price paid for Green, Fresh and Salted
E. Smith, of Beloit, Iowa haa now on hand No,
1 brick and Pressed brick, for sale at bed-rock
pries*. Call on or address
iK E. SMITH,
Owe and on»4»aif mile, sooth Beloit, Iowa
•ample of my brick can be seen in Wm. Bobin
RAILROAD EATING HOUSE.
E. Daily, Proprietor. .,
Warm meala all hoars. Lodging or day board.
Good stabling tn connection witn house. Patron-
By HULL BEMSEH.
On Fifth 8t., doors eaatof Wm Miller, Canton.
P^frssh and salted meat alwaya on hand, and
Cash Paid for Hides*-
EXCHANGE STEAM MILLS.
Fbod Lily flour, warranted, $1.15
Gnihun meal, per sack,
Bolted con* meal,
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1885.
Ion B. R*T«on, Delegate to Congresa, Fargo,
A. 0. Horrsoir. Councilman, Canton.
0. A. HXLVIO, Honae Mnbw, Canton.
W. M.Ctrmrr, Clerk of DUtrictOonrl.
N. M. JACOBSOV, Beuister of Deeds,
B. C. JACOBS, Treasurer.
D. H. HAWS, Probate Judge.
A. B. Baowx, County Attorney.
J. M. Monro, Sheriff.
1. N. IlKTion, County Auditor.
W. E. BBHKDICT, Superintendent of Schools.
EDOABP. DKA, Cb'm.
Out HOEZESSTAS, Co. Com'r,
F. A, GALE, Mayor.
M. E. RODOIIPB, City Attorney.
H. N. COOKS, Glty clerk.
CHAS. E. JUDD, City Treaaurer.
W. A. MKXOB, CityMarahal.
WILLIAM Hoax, Police Judge.
O. E« Bli, AiMitor.
D. H. HAwit, street Commissioner,
O, E. RBA, Civil Engineer.
O. A. RVDOLTH,
C. E. GOTO, Aldermen.
0AXI0H SCHOOL B0ABD.
M. M. CLMI, Secretary.
NATBAB NOBLE, Superintendent.
CRAS,E. GOETZ, Treaaurer.
W. C. I. V. or OAVTOX, DAKOTA.
President, Mrs. E. J*. Dean.
Corresponding secretary, Mrs. O. N. Russell.
Recording secretary, Mrs. J. E. Nash.
Treaaurer, Mra. Maria Skillerud.
BLUE LODOE, A. r, A. X.
BILIBBSTAB LOSOE NO. 4, A. F. A A. M. Regu
lar Communication Wednesday on orbeforetbefoll
8]eclal meeting every aecond Wednesday after
Taoa, THOBSON, Secretary.
OHAFTEB or B. A. M.
Slroo Chapter. No. 4, R. A. M. Stated convoca
tiona on the flrat and third Tuesday evenings of
each month. Visiting companion! cordially Invit
ed to attend.
N. J. HOUSE,
JAMBA LEWIS, High Priest.
CBBTBKK1AL LODOE MO. 10, I. O. O, I.
Meeta every Monday eve.
W. 8. ABXOLD, N. G. JAS. HATTLEBTAD, Sec.
CABTOH LODOB NO. 2, 1. O. O. T.
Meets every Saturday eve.
THOMAS TH02L80H & CO.,
Real Estate Dealers.
ABSTRACTERS, LOAN, and INS ORANGE Agta.
Land boaght and
sold on commission and private
account. Paitica having btulneaa in their linewonld
do well to write or rive them a call. We have the
agency for the leading ocean Steamship lines.
M. M. CLARK, M. D.,
Physician & Surgeon.
And D. 8. Examining 8nrgeon of Penalons, Can
ton, Dak. Office in Hood'a Block.
DR. J. I. TAYLOR,
HATTLESTAD, W. C. T. Secretary,
Meets every Wednesday eve.
Prealdent, M. L. Syverud Vice President, Jens
Norsetb Secretary, Peter Enger Treasurer, Isaac
M. Helmey Editor, Jamea Wensland Librarian,
Ludvig Ram berg.
GEE. LTON rOST O. A. B.
Monthly meetings at Canton.
CANTON BOARD OR TBADB.
Meets every month.
FOSSICK, THOU. THOBSOK,
President. Corresponding Sec'y.
rOBBST BILL CESCETBBT ASSOCIATION.
J. M. ZELLBB,
Lincoln County Agrleultnral and Mechanical Ex
position second week in September.
E. JONES, O. A. Rube LPH,
GATE 01TI BAND.
Thirteen members. Open air concerts regu
larly during rammer. Addreas buainess manager
for engagements. O. N. RUSSBLL, Business Mg'r.
E. SHttrxxir, President. PEDEB GAALAAS, Sec.
CBABLEU MABKEB, Leader.
N. W. Railway ^iiue Table.
Time of departure of Paakenger Trains from
Steui City, in effect.
Leave for Chicago and the East, 2:30 r. v.
C. M. A St. P. RaUway Time Table.
TRAINS GOING EAST.
LEAVE OAK TON.
J. C. EDEH, Agent on 8.0. A D. Division.
Traina run on Standard time, Central division
of Canton, Dakota.
County seat of Lincoln county. Population
Big Sioux river will furnish water-power for a
dosen manufacturing establishments.
Steam grist mill.
Two railroads—Sioux City A Dakota and Iowa
A Dakota divisions of the Chicago, Milwaukee and
St. Paul. Passenger and freight depots.
Three banks- One national and two organized
Two thirty-six column weekly newspapers.
Three three-story hotels.
Two school buildings, and one new being erected
at a coat of $16,000.
Augnstana College—an important institution.
Five large charch buildings—seven societies.
Creamery, and butter backing house—26,000
pounda shipped weekly.
$25,000 opera house, two roller skating rinks, city
park grounds, two ball rooms, cornet band and or
One hundred and seventy-five places of business.
Brick court house and six brick and stone busi
Eight civio eoclties, four social, board of trade
and fair and cemetery associations.
Unexcelled farming lands adjacent.
CONOBEOATIONAL.—Service every Sunday morn
ing and evening by Rev. L. Kingsbury.
METHODIST.—Service every Sunday morning
and evening by Rev. Chamberlain
EPISCOPAL—Service every Sunday morning at
10:90. Paator, Rev. W. J. Wicks.
EVANGELICAL LUTHZBAM "NOBWEOIAN."—By
Rev. E. Olson.
LUTBEEAN BETHLEHEM "NOBWEOIAN."—By
Rev. O. E. Hofatad,
PBB8BTTEBIAN—Service every Sunday morning
and evening by Rev, Purmort. Sunday School
immediately after morning service.
The above denominations all have their
own charch edifices except Presbyterian,
which holds service at the public school
CITY AHD COUNTY.
Services at the Episcopal church next Sunday
morning at 11:00, sharp, Riv. W.
Sabbath school at the Episcopal church building
next Sunday forenoon at 12:00 A. M., by the Episco
Services at the M. E. church building next Sun
day morning and evening, Rev. Chamberlain offic
Presbyterian services at the school house next
Sunday morning and evening, Rev. Purmort offi
Servicea at the Congregatiqpal churoh next Sun
day morning snd evening, Rev. Kingsbury officia
Rye, 35 cents.
Oats, 18 cents.
Con, 25 cents.
Eggs, 20 oente.
Turkeys, 7 cents.
Chickens, 5 cents.
Live Hogs, $3.63.
Wool, 13 and 14 cents.
Cattle, on the hoof, $firstname.lastname@example.org.'
Barley, 29^35 oents.
Choice Tnb Butter, 1 cens.
Choice roll butter, 18 oents.
Flour, choice, $1.46 per sack.
Flour, medium, $1.00 per saok.
Family flour, 80c.
Wheat, No. 2.10.
Potatoes, 50 cents.
The annual town elections occur on the
first Tuesday in March in every organized
town, at such place as -the electors at
their annual town meetings appoint.
Notice of the time and place of holding
such election must be given by the clerk
by posting up written or printed notices
in three of the most public places in the
town, at least ten days before the election.
There shall be elected at the annual town
meeting three supervisors, one of whom
shall be designated on the ballots as cbair
man, town clerk, treasurer, assessor, two
justices, two constables, one overseer of
highways for each road district in the
town but justices and constables shall be
elected only once in two years, except to
fill vacancies. J*- 45
Buckwheat flour per 100 lbs., 4.00
Asher H. Barton, a promising young
attorney from Yankton, has decided to lo
cate in Canton and will office in the First
.National bank building, one door west
from the corner. Mr. Barton comes very
highly recommended, having been engag
ed the put year studying Dakota
valuable encomiums from that well-known
Thos. Thorson leaves to-day for a few
weeks absence on an advertising tour
through the southern states. He takes
with him a large amount ot descriptive
advertising matter for distribution at the
great world's fair at New Orleans, where
he will remain about two weeks. Tom is
a rustler, and the way he booms this sec
tion of country in the various ways of ad
vertising should entile him to credit ever
lastingly. If Lincoln county had more
such advertisers she would boom with a
2:53 A. M.
CHAS, E. GOETZ, Agent on
...12:50 A. M.
.. 2:45 r. M.
I. A D. Division.
...11:30 A* M.
.. 8:00 r. M.
in the office ot Bartlett Tripp at Yankton.
He is a graduate of the Harvard law
school, proceeding immediately from that
place to the office of Mr. Tripp where be
has so conducted himself as to earn very
In the absence of our regular weekly
correspondence .from New Orleans this
week we are led to believe that the absent
lost—in thought, or taken in by some
Creolean-Octoroon beauty. The ab
sentee always did have a weakness drift
ing toward ethereal dudeism, and in the
absence of any extended notice of4 his ar-,
rival in the New Orleans dailies we fear
that he has become dazzled by some coon
colored convalai'ia-majallis of the south'
em slope and drifted slowly into a volatile
F. A. Gale, our honored and respected
mayor, accompanied by his wife, and fath
er, the Hon. J. Gale, leave to-morrow for
a month's trip through the east and
south. They will first attend the exposi
tion at New Orleans, and then proceed to
Washington to be present at the inaugu
ration ceremonies ot President Cleveland.
Theirmany friends in this section wish
them a happy bon voyage and a safe re
The cold and snow of Monday was too
much for trains on the Iowa and Dakota
division ot the Millwaukee road, and all
trains were suspended during the day.
Trains on the Sioux City and Dakota
came in and departed on time, thus giving
us uninterrupted connection with the out
What the Beresford News terms the
"king of hogs" made his debut in that
town a short time since. He was coming
2-year old, weighed 770 lbs., and didn't
leave much room in the wagon box for
the two smaller members of the hog tribe
that accompanied him. He was raised by
Graham Bros., of Norway township.
Sioux Falls Press, 6: The most exag
gerated reports have gone out regarding
the prevailing sickness in Sioux Falls.
It was told in Canton that twelve typhoid
patients were lying at the Cataract house
in a critical condition, while the fact is,
there is only one who has had the disease
at all, and he has about recovered.
Mrs. Julia Loomis, in company with
her son Edward and daughter Ella, left
this week for California. Mrs. Loomis
has been in poor health ever since the
death of her husband several years ago,
and hopes to regain in a milder climate
the boon for which people stake their all
E. Maynard, proprietor of the Beloit
nursery, has a card in another column.
This gentleman is doing a great deal to
ward developing abetter and more thor
ough interest in the cultivation ot small
fruit, and should be liberally patronized
by those wishiug anything in his line.
A remonstrance against diyision of
county lines was handed around for signa
tures last week. Not a man could.be
found over at this end of the county who
favored this slicing-off scheme, and were
it necessary a thousand names could have
been secured to the remonstrance.
W. F. Sampson, a son of Francis, has
become interested in the land and insur
ance business with his father, and will de
vote his time and attention in working up
the hail insurance business the coming
season. They office opposite the
Sioux Falls Press, 10: MarkBridgeand
Lon Harris, who left for New Orleans yes
terday were last evening reported stuck at
Canton. If they have to stay there long
the trainmen will likely mistake the town
Mrs. Dr. Bennett of Sioux Falls was at
the Harlan Tuesday, ou her way to Par
ker to institute a lodge of Woman's Re
lief Corps, of which this lady is one of the
John H. Coloney and Frank J. Rod
way of this city, and Lon Harris and
Mark Bridge of Sioux Falls, left this
week for New Orleans to take in the ex
E. H. Wilson, a former resident of Can
ton but now of Salem, was recently mar
ried at Batavia, N. Y. to Miss Etta
Young. Canton friends send congratula
The arrival of a baby boy at the resi
dence of Mr. O. A. Rudolph one day last
week caused Otto to feel so much richer
in worldly possessions that he immediately
decided on a trip to New Orleans.
E. P. Brown entertained the scholars
of the Episcopal Sabbath school at his
residence on Cedar street last evening by
arranging a pleasant party for their bene
fit. A very pleasant time is reported.
Next Saturday is Valentine day, and
one week from next Sunday Washington's
birthday. In Canton the latter day will
be observed as a 'legal holiday."
Joe E. Tillotson, of the firm of Fosdick
& Tillotson, clothiers at Mitchell, is mak
ing preparations to erect a fine residence
at Mitchell in the spring.
Mrs. E. J. Dean went down to Beres
ford last week to look after her son Frank,
who was quite i" with typhoid fever.
The intense weather of this week put a
quietus on business, and the spring open
ing is thus delayed a few days.
E. Shufelt, Jas. Keller and 0. A. Ru
dolph left this week for New Orleans,
to attend the exposition.
Everybody should turn out and give the
old soldiers a welcome at their camp-fire
on the 23d inst.
Prepare for the band masquerade on
Friday evening of next week.
All the celebrated brands of St. Oloi
flour at the Flour and Feed Store.
For cheap loans on real estate call on F.
A. Gale, First National Bank. ,..C|
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at the Canton postoffice for the week end
ing February 7, 1885.
Crago, Wm Kloth, Johonnes
Clark, Sallie A Ingoborg, Lien
Deitrich, George 4 Wilhelm, Nilsson
Elster, James Power,
Fundenssland. O O Rusvold,
Halvereon, John Peterson, Mary
Hanson, Hans M|gg| Svenson, Peter
Johnson, James ill Skiflen, Gudmond
Persons calling for the above will please
J. W. HEWITT, P. M.
The O. K. harbor Bhop has removod
two doors west of its old stand. All pat
ronage is earnestly solicited.
Tke Advocate Not to Take aBack
Seat In Lincoln County.
Our attention has been called to the
fact that a labored attempt is being made
among our business men to create the im
pression that some other paper has a larg
er circulation (sometimes double and in
other cases two-thirds) than has this pa
per. This we brand unequivocally as false.
circulates as many pa
pers in Lincoln county, if not more, than
does any other newspaper, and we stand
ready to open oui mail-lists and compare
with other lists, for convincing proof.
has a list at the Lennox
postoffice four times greater than that of
any other county paper at the Eden
poscoffice over double, and greater at Be
loit, Pennington and Worthing, and will
prove it if necessary. We do not give in on
a single postoffice or township in Lincoln
county, while at Eden, Lennox and Beloit
and in L.von and Sioux counties our lists
are tar in the lead. We are ready to back
the statement that
I keep constantly on hand a stock of
the best dry oak wood in the market.
Prices to suit the times.
Tke Lnnd-Petern Canes—Tke Gale vs
Rowley Salt for Damages—^Court
Takes a Recess.
The last jury case tried was that of
J. W. TAYLOR VS NORTH,
being one of the cases arising out of the
sale of P. M. Lund's stock ot goods to A
Peters in October, 1883. The jury re
turned a verdict in tavor of the plaintiff.
The case of
F. A. GALE VS E. S. ROWLEY
occupied about two days time in its trial.
Messrs. Tripp and Gifford conducted the
case for the plaintiff, and Messrs: Hughes
and Kennedy Bros, for the defense. This
case was brought to recover damages laid
at $15,000 for assault and injuries alleged
to have beeu received by Mr. Gale at the
hands of Mr. Rowley. The prominence
ot both parties and the enormity of the
offense charged had clothed this ease with
an intense interest in this community, and
a crowded court room during the progress
of the trial indicated no abatement. The
jury were charged at noon of Tuesday and
remained out until Friday, when they re
ported that they were unable to agree, and
were discharged. The case was continued.
We consider it highly reprehensible to
comment upon the merits of cases ot this
serious nature publicly while the action
is undetermined, in justice to all parties
concerned, and, further, whay may be the
opinion of an individual as to who is in
the right or wrong the public care very
little they will conclude for themselves
when the courts finally develop the fact,
untramelled by individual malice and per
Although the court has been early and
late of each day occupied during the two
weeks term, hardly one-half of the casos
were disposed of, but a session of the su
preme court to be held at Bismarck this
week necessitated the taking of a recess
until March 18, when the law or court
cases will be heard.
I keep all the best brands of Iowa and
Illinois soft coal. Delivery without extra
charge to consumers. The celebrated
Wilmington soft coal a specialty.
15 lb light brown sugar, $1.00
12 lb granulated sugar, 1.00
15 lb prunes, 1.00
6 lb good roasted Rio coffee, 1.00
15 lb dried apples, 1.00
Good Japan tea, .40
Tke Oatlook for Arektteetnral and
Mechanical Demand Tkls Season
Considering the decidedly dull winter
that the people of Canton, Lincoln county
and Dakota territory have just safely tided
over, the prospects for a revivification of
building interests are about as promising
as usually marks the introduction of Spring
weather. Although too early in the sea
son to admit of an extended notice singl
ing out details in the building feature,
the reporter has stumbled on to several
very important items that will be given
later on when all arrangements have been
completed. One or two large brick busi
ness blocks are now being talked of, and
plenty of fine residences will doubtless be
erected in the various portions of the city.
But what Canton needs more than the
erection of business buildings is something
to sustain profitably what has been already
mapped out in the improvement line.
We need an extensive pork packing house
and need it badly. We want a tow mill
and an oil mill. We want a paper mill.
In fact there area great many things that
Canton must have before reaching a safe,
self-sustaining condition, and it behooves
the business men to make some stir the
coming spring to secure at least a few of
these features. If the people of this city
feel that the development of the power on
the Sioux is too heavy an undertaking to
attempt this season, let them talk "pork
house." This would be the biggest thing
ever introduced for the benefit of the city
and county, and would accrue in lasting
financial benefit to every business man.
Agitate the matter.
F. A. Gale is making a specialty of
cheap loans on chattel securities.
The regular annual election oil township
officers occurs this year on Tuesday,
March 3, at which time the town officers
for the ensuing year will be elected. The
clerks of the various towns will find THE
ADVOCATE ready to supply poll-books and
other blanks on short notice. It will be
better to leave orders conveniently early
so there will bo no trouble or misunder
standing as to time of delivery. Wo can
famish any style township blanks and
SEVEN DAYS' BECORD.
Movement ot Masters In tke Amase
ment Drklt. and a Vow Pointer* on
Otker Matters-Tke Wratker Prok
lean—Tkeatrleal, Social, Dancing*
largest circulation in Lincoln, Lyon and
Siovx counties with indubitable proof,
and hereby invite comparisons. Put a
red mark around this, paste it in your hat
and recollect wc mean business.
A man with a little ready money can
buy out a good stock of groceries and dry
goods, or a stock of clothing cheap. This
is a fare chance to start in business. Call
on M. E. Rudolph for particulars.
Cheap team, harness and wagon^for sale
on easy terms.
Sioox Falls Nursery.
Read the advertisement of the Sioux
Falls Nursery, and send for their descrip
Those who in the exultation of a few
moments respite from winter frigidities
supposed last week that spring was ahead
in the race between snow and rain, were
doomed to deep, dark disappointment.
No sooner bad the temporary thaw ac
crued to itself a semblance of tangibleneds
—as though it had come to stay—than a
radical relapse occurred to the favorable^
symptoms advanced by the meteorological
syt-tem, and cold, bleak winter once more
holds full sway. It is hard to tell at pres
ent whether we are jogging toward spring,
or whether spring is jogging away from us
—but it certainly seems that the latter is
a neck ahead in the race. However this
does not interefere with the general strik
ing success of everything introduced in
the amusement feature, and this column
is devoted to chronicling the more impor
uant features in this line. General Lyon
Post is arranging a
GRAND CAMP FIRE
for week after next, on Monday the 23d.
The programme will be announced next
week. The committees are now busily at
work, and an intersting time may be ex
pected from their labors. Prof. Gates
will have charge of the vocal music, and
the Gate City Band will be present in full
uniform. Capt. Harlan is on the commit
tee for ternischorean music, which ought
to be an assurance of success in that line
The committee propose to prepare an en
tertainment that will be amusing and in
teresting to all. The general admission
rate has been placed at twenty-five cents
children, ten cents dancing tickets, fifty
What is intended to be the masquerade
of the season will be held next week.
The band boys have decided to give
masquerade ball on the occasion of their
benefit at the Opera House Rink Friday
evening, February 20 A general invita
tion is extended, but ticket sellers will use
their discretion in the sale of tickets. Ap
ply at Hood's, Lewis' and Keller & Noid's
drug stores or at the jewelry store of Pe
der Gaalaas. Coupon tickets, $1. The
music will be led by Prof. Dibble of Hur
ley. Grand march at 8:30, unmasking at
10:30 sharp. General admission, 25 cents.
Progressive euchre has taken a pretty
firm hold of the society circles of our
neighboring towns, but Canton seems to
have escaped from the furore. Progres
sive euchre takes twelve persons. There
are three tables, each supplied with cards
Take the aces, kings and queens from one
ot the packs, and after they h?ve been
shuffled, let each person draw one, the
ones drawing aces going to the ace table,
those drawing kings to the king table, and
those queens to the queen table—the per
sons drawing black cards being partners,
and those red partners. When this has
been done, the playing commences regu
lar euchre is played. No games count
save those at the ace table, and each
player's record at that table is kept by
the scorer. When a game has been fin
ished at the ace table, the parties who
are defeated go to the queen table, and
those who have made the most points at
the king table take places and try to de
feat their victors, while the parties who
have made the most points at the queen
table take the places of the persons who
left the king table tor the ace table. At
the king and queen tables they do not
stop playing because they have finished a
game, but keep right on until the game is
finished at the ace table nor, on the other
hand, if a game has been concluded at the
ace table, and the king and queen tables,
sets have not finished their game, they do
not try to finish it -The ones making the
most points are the victors, whether less
or more than five—the regular number
for a game—has been made. It is usual
to give some present or favor to the per
son winning the most games at the ace
table, and also the ones getting the few
The young folks ot the city have orga
nized a sort of prohibition society known
as the Wide-awake Club. The rules de
mand absolute prohibition from the use
of tobacco and liquors, and forbid indul
gences in -profanity and pool-playiug.
Long may it wave.
The band furnished music for an im
promtu dance after the grand march at
the rink last Saturday night. The novelty
of a combination of dancing and skating
will doubtless attract many devotees of the
two arts hereafter.
Mrs. Dr. Barker of Chambelain, who
is organizer for the territorial W. T. U.,
will lecture in Canton on next Monday
evening, February 16. Ladies are partic
ular urged to attend, Lecture to be in
M. E. church.
The Lennox people will hold a mask
carnival at their roller rink next Saturday
night. Skating is becoming a fine art at
Lennox, and thus the era of civilization is
spreading throughout the great west.
The Canton Review Circle met with
Miss Nona Miller last Monday evening.
Notwithstanding the severity of the
weather the attendance was .nearly com
The Woman's Relief Corps have been
invited and are expected to take part in
the G. A. R. camp-fire exercises on the
The Canton Dramatic Company are
resting on their laurels.
A club danoe will be held at Bedford
Hall to-morrow night. "I,
Go to the Flour and Feed Store for
flour and ground feed. V,,
Do you want a beautiful complexion.
Then use Ayer's sarsaparilla. It cleanses
and purifies the blood, and thereby re
moves blotches and pimples from the skin,
making it smooth and clear, and giving it
a bright and healhtv appearance.
Having" purchased the large block of
stock offered by Ed. Rowley, I desire to
buy $2,000 more of the stock of the First
National Bank, for which I will pay par,
100 cents on the dollar.
great difficulty has always existed
among the bakers to get light into their
dark ovens, so that the progress of
ing might be observed bat a
trul of the electrie light in an
Hot So Dlsastrons In Idneoln Connty
as In Otker Portions—Loss of Stock
at Slonx Falls.
The Mauitoba wave that struck this
county last Monday appears to have orig
nated in the Gulf of Mexico, consequently
was uot "Manitoba." In the south the
storm consisted of cold driving rains, turn
ing into sleet in the middle states and
finally iuto a cold, blustering blizzard as it
reached the north. All over the north
the cold wave was severe. Trains are
stuck in drifts on every line of railroad,
while disastrions floods in Pennsylvania
and farther south have resulted in a com
At this city the thermometer ran down
to thirty-five below. Trains on the Iowa
and Dakota were abandoned Monday, but
a passenger train worked through from
the vest and succeeded in reaching San
born Tuesday afternoon. Yesterday
freight and passenger traffic was resumed
on the east and west lines. On the Sioux
City and Dakota freight trains were aband
oned for two days, but the passenger train
north and south arrived daily on time.
We can learn of no loss of live stock in
Lin'coln county, but at Sioux Falls one in
cident is brought to notice. The cold
Mondav night killed fifteen to twenty of
C. K. Howard's cattle on his ranch six
miles from that city. They were late, un
acclimated southerners and thin in flesh.
The cold caused the heard to "mill," and
those that got down died.
light in an oven
where the temperature ranged from 400
degrees to #00 degress, proved entire!j
successful. A plate-glass door is pat in
the ovfen, through which the bread or
pastry may be seen.
A Mwrti oa tke Sereaa.
Recently in London an electro-micro
scopical apparatus threw upon a screen
the image of
8,000,000 tUass, in whieh theee asinute
organisms appeand the alsoef the hu
Ot tke Canton Public Schools for tke
Montk Ending January 31,1SS5.
I I I S a S
•iiBSiiiiiii!.'® 7 15
Cd CO SD o,&® =B
2 OS ».5 5- 5
SS -..aSSS.s® High School.
CHAS. F. GATES, Principal.
pupils deaerring honorable mention for mouth
ending January SI, 18s5.
No nnexenaed absence scholarship good, above
90 deportment perfect.
Harry lieed, Frank Naah, Freddie Nash, Martin
Qnnderson, Norma Morse.
Oracle Langdon, Christens Anderson, MatUe
G«etz, Josie Hnndy.
Berney Hanson, Bee Carter, Hannah Jonas, Fred
Hawn, Gertie Herman, Eva Onppett, Cora Ever
hart, Asa Forrest, Eddie Benedict, Edward Wendt,
Annia Cosper, Willie Morse, Hans Gilbert, Laverta
Morse, Carrie Hanschiegle.
Cora Martin, Lee as sell, Maud Russell, Luella
Wendt, Edna Carter.
The Clydesdale Horse.
J. W. Taylor of this city having recent
ly received the fine thoroughbred pedigree
Clydesdale stallion, "Donald Dean," a
bay, coming four year-old, weight 1,700
pounds and worth $1,000, it is deemed
appropriate to give a brief history of this
now famous breed ot horses.
We first known of these famous draught horses
waa In the weat of Scotland called Clydesdale, from
the vale where they originally reared. The tradi
tion of that country runs that a Flemlah atalUon,
imported by the Dake of Hamilton two oentoriee
ago, Is their improving foundation. They roamed
on the hiUe that rise gently away from the waters
of the Clyde, tUl a more enlightened day, with the
aid of the printing preea, spread their fame abroad
and created for them an Immense demand. From
Lamplta came Olancer, (338,) the father of the pres
ent race of Clydesdales. Their inherent value Uea
in their reproducing powers. Bred for generatlona
oft-times in and in, they are moat lmpreaalve, and
put upon the common mares of the country the
product ia a splendid farmer's horse. There ia no
doabt but that the Clydesdalea will gradually be
come the work-horses of America, t'armera who
merely scratch the land have no use for them, but
advanoed agriculturista and good husbandmen
know the value of heavy, weU-built horaea, and for
wear and tear the Clyde'a cannot be exoeliod. The
introduction of this horse wiU give lha firmer* of
this section a fine opportunity to improve the blood
of their home kind. The main features of the
Clydesdale ia aize, combined with activity and har
diness. They have intelUgence a_id aagacity, pos
sessing a rarely and widely defined inatinct, com
bining senae, aoun-. ness and strength —the three
attributea necessary to make a horse eucceaaful in
wagon or plough,
Mr. Taylor is certainly entitled to no
httle credit from our farmers for his move
ment inaugurated a year ago to establish
a more thorough introduction of better and
more blooded stock into this region. Being
interested himself in a stock farm north of
town Mr. Taylor realizes the necessity of
a change tor the better in our stock, and
is thus standing the individual expense of
what will ultimately prove a general bene
The "Iron Clad" Strawberry.
This is undoubtedly the strawberry for
the great west and south. It is the
rankest and most vigorous grower we ever
saw, has immense feeding roots, forms
larger stools, and makes more fruit germs
in the fall of any sort in existence. It is
perfectly free from rust or sunburn, never
effected by drouth, (went through the se
vere drouth of 1881 and'1883, without the
slightest injury). It is five days earlier
than Wilson, an immense yielder, in rise
and shape resembles Sharpless, color re
sembles Kentucky, blossoms perfect or
hermaphrodite, has shipped 300 miles
safely to market, and sold higher than
Wilson's. This plant is the acme of per
fection it is entirley distinct from aiy
known strawberry. We have tested it
four years, have out forty acres of all kinds
of staawbeiries, and know whereof we
speak, when we say its equal has never
yet been found, and we are confident it
will revolutionize the business of strawberry
growing. We say this candidly and as
suredly after fifteen years' expierence in
growing strawberries. Every one should
plant some of this sort, in every clime, on
Retail price, 25 oents per dosen $1.50
per 100 $5 per 1,000. Write for special
prices on larger lots. Address,
Makanda, Jackson Co., IB.
Buy the St. Oloi flour at the Flour and
For the prompt and certain cure of ery
sipelas, use Ayer's j»rsaparilla, which
is the specific endorsed by the most
eminent medical authorities.
Call on F. A. Gale, First National
Bank, for cheap loans on real estate.
If yon want pore, bred Poland China
hogs, I have several male pip for sale,
or to let antil August 1.' For terms, call
on Wallace Lyons at my place.
E. E. CABFBNTEB.
To the Lndiee.
Some very stylish ladies' hair
wwes, firisee. etc at hall priee. From 25
vp. MM. E.HABAIMO*.
.S i& S l'»1»
1 _* *?. JL-
ONE YEAR FOR $2.
We have decided to extend the
Weekly News offer a few days,
but may at any time declare the
rate off. Rush in your names at
once. We will give you a low
club rate on any periodical in the
United States. Just give us an
opportunity and we will surprise
you. Call on us, write us or send
word for sample copies. We are
on the war-path and mean business.
SIOUX FALLS NURSERY
Patronize your home nursery. They sdl
only thosz sorts that are best adapted
to this section, and at the very
lowest rates. By buying of us
you will save money and sup
ply yourself with an
if Properly Cared For.
Our new descriptive catalogue
with directions for cultivation, and
lists of trees and plants f'or orch
ard, garden and house,
Send name on postal card to
E.D(BEI,L, Sioux Falls, Dnk
If You Intend to Build
You Vi lli Find it to Your Inter
est to call on the
ST. CROIX LUMBER GO.
AND GET THEIR PRICES.
They Reep a full stock of ft
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings,
and Building Paper.
Lime, Stucco, Cement.
A. G, VROMAN,
AND SALE STABLE.
Fifth Street, One doOr east of News oAee.
Single aud Double Seated Bug*
gleg, Saddle Horses, Etc.
Horses boarded with Rood care at reasonable terms.
REPIRIRING OF ALL KINDS
Caskets, Coffins 'Robes, (Dresses,)
A new, full and complete slock of Under
Undertaker, and Sexton of the the
Forest Hill Cemetery.
Best attention will be given da^
I am agent for the
LEMARS MARBLE WORKS.
And Detroit Bronze Co., for white
bronze monuments and statutes.
IN THE PASTRY
•|*aan,Piuliii if«,.«r«.1s« delicatelysslsat.
rally us the fi till (Voiii which they are
AND TRUE FRUIT
FLAVOll THEY STAND ALONE.
FRtPARCD BY THK
Price Baking Powder Co.v
Chicago, III. St. Louis, MO.
Dr. Priet's Cream Baking Praiar
Dr. Price's Lupulin Yeast Gems,
Beat Brjr lisp Yeast.
ros sat.is BT qmonr—.
WB1UKE BUT 0101QUAUTT.
LISHT HEALTHY IIUI
The bwt dry hop yeast In the world. Bread
raised by this yeast l« light, whits and whole
GROCERS SELL THEIR.
PMPSACO ev TMB
Price Baking Powder Co.,
Wis ol Dr. Price's special Flavoring Extracts,
Chicaso* III. $ts Louis« Mo»
No other complaints
are so insidions In their
attack as those affecting the throat and ltrngi:
none so trifled with by the majority of suffer
ers. The ordinary cough or cold, resulting
pcrliaps from a trilling or unconscious ex
jH-.^ure, is often but the beginning of a fatal
siciincss. Aviso* Cnnunr PECTOBAL haa
well proven its efficacy in a forty years' fight
with throat and lung diseases, and should bs
takon in all eases without delay.
A Terrible Congh Cared.,
In irr.71 took severe cold, which affected
my 'uvps. 1 ha:! a ttnibte cftucb. aid pnssed
ni. i.t inter niglil without sle'p. '.The iortors
jrr.vc mo up. 1 t.'icil A vtit's CnEitnv I'rc
TI.IIAL, wliicli relieved' ir.y lungs, induced
and afforded me the rest necessary
for "the recovery of
strength. I3y 11.e
coii'.ii.uc.! use of tl.e rr.CTOiUL a jKrinitt
i. nit'ii:'e was cftectt'cl. 1 «tu usw li- years
o: !. im'u ail hearty, and am sntisCed your
Imuutv Kcrvlt.ii. k«vel use.
Kockingliam, A t., July 16,1M-2.
Croni». A Mother's Tr!lut«.
"While in tlio country Inst xv'i f.r ti'v lit tit
boy. tijjee years old, LIS Utkeu ill wit:, ere up
it :=cuiiied as if lit} ~»cuid (He ttraitgu
lanon. Oue of the family suttcctcd U:K use
A Kit's ChEIIRV I'ECTOit.lL,
Lake Crystal, Minn., March 13,1682.
I snifcred for eight years from Bronchitis,
and altvr trying many remedies with no suc
cess, I v.i'S cured by the ur« AVTK'S CIIF.B
,KV 111 A I. JOSKI'U W ALU ESt."
B) ':ai:a, Miss., April B, lt?82.
1- cannot sny enough In praise of AYn's
from ltuig troubles. iC.
Cedar Posts, Hard-wood Lumber.
Goodsddivered FREE of charge in city.
but for its use 1 should long since have died
l'i'.Iesti.ie, Texas, April 22, 1862.
No case of an affection of the throat or
'lungs exists which cannot be greatly reliered
by the use of ATER'S CHEBBT PscroaAi*
and it will
when the disease ia
not already beyond the control of medicine.
j' PREPARED BY
Sold by all Druggists.
Best in the WorlJ.
Of 8ionx Falls, Daketa,
is a preeUoal, thorough school, tinder thr —in»
neat of a eorpt of instructors who are actively tm
med short band week.
Advanced atadsota are riven actual practice In
the uonr*s and OOCM, tinder the eye of ooaapetsftt
The oAege rooms are pleasaatly situated aad
equipped for the work.
Musi to fall
T. G. BROWN.
Oflictel StsaognvhHr «th fadldal IMstneL
Bemiiifton Standard Type Writer.
Send for circulart.
Go to your hoine ^nu
toiee Small Fruits,
HYBRIDS AND CRAB TREES,
SOU) WITH THE
THAT CAN BE MADE
For Sale By 0 A. RUDOLPH,
",75* 'j** E
Ground Feed and Com Meal
hand and for sale at all Unas.
These mills are alee prepared to do cnstOM wstk I
oa eorn m*el and feed.
The Pioneer mills are located near Baram, Dak.
In the soath-weetem part of Idneoln twp., Ltnosla]
county, 1 use the Centennial" wheel. PatroaiM
A. B. FOCKLER, Prop.
a bottle of
which u-ns always kept in tl.e house. Tills
W:IB tried in small and frci.uei.t doses, and
to utir delight ill less than half an lionr the
lime |':ii.ii--iit WHS breollr'iij esit ily. The doc
tor ML.I that tlie VI'TORAL had
aarcl inv darling's h.v. vcu uclider At
our kVaiitu^eV Sii.c rv i.is,
1 E E
150 West 128th St., cit York, Slay 10, ISgJ.
"X have used AVER'S Cnritnv PKfTORAL
In my family lor sevcrul ears, and do not
hesitate to pronounce it the most elTectual
rui'.edy for coughs and colds we have ever
tried. .A, J. CEASE."
By Goiug To'j.vf:
Boots and Sh
Hut nine Outow work deae to erder all
able films, Olimtaf sad npihlM
SHOP ON MAIN STRE61
A. L. ANDERSON,
White Fire Bricl
ANtJ RED RICK
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MRS* BNOA EA&ALD801
a complete fprtmtnt tf nm md
goodt eomtlmf qfJMtr
AO spledid varieties,
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