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Address CEORCE DALE, M. D.v lola 8anitarium_, IOLA. Waupaoa County. WIS. K* B. Gray, Jldj. Oca. it. A. B., Bute oT BEFEBESCW» WI««.1D, Milwaukee— R. N'. RubrrU, For Choice Bargains Write to CHAS. L. HYDE, Pierre, S. D. RUST-OWEN LUMBER COMPANY, I A r.KUS IN LUMBERS COAL. WE SELL Retsof Rock Lump Salt for Cattle, Which is-the Cheapest and Best Cat- 0 tlemen Can Buy. LIGHT WITH CAS! THE PIERRE WfllER, LIGHT & POWER GO. Is preparing to Stipplv Kvory Hor.su in Pierre with PURE LIGHT AT VERY SMALL COS']". IN Using (, a« YOU Have No Dirt, Xo Cleaning of Lamp Chimneys, No Trouble. For further Particulars ami Terms call at the Company's Office Under the Pierre National Bank. Paid in Capita], Surplus and Profits, BANKOFCOMMERGE. $100,000.00. $10,000.00. The accounts of individuals, firms and corporations solicited. Interest paid on time deposits. DIRECTORS: JAS. S. SKBKEF., Register of Deeds. CHAS. L. HVDE, Real Kstate. AMOS N. BLANMN, Stocks and Bonds. I»r. W. 1'. WJMMKI:, Stock Crowur. «T. C.-EAGEH, Dry Goods and Groceries. ADOLI'II EWEKT, Cashier. 0. J. TAYLOI:, President of the National Bank of Sioux City. MCEY rain 3Avrn is mi R.RI:A!)Y KM»ILOYMKNT KEBD APPLY* mid pdrtlculuro teuton receipt oi cents tci i-xprc^ace. A. KAUl'KN A CO. 122 Quiucy Sued, Chicago, 111. Prw. Wupiet Kit'l BML, Wnpm, WU. MARLIN ~Sj .SS^RIFLEJi. jk FOR ^S. AtE T.TUf Wanted. Fifty lbs. clean coctou rai at tin ress Company's press room. HIRAM HATCH -DEALER 1N- Hardware, House Furnish ing Goods, Ammuni tion, Etc. Pierre Street, one door uortb of Kemps'. M. L. HECCLUND, MERCHANT TAILOR, PIKRllE, SOUTH DAKOTA. Spring Suitings in great variety have just been received. Call and examine goods and prices. Store on Pierre St. PILES -j ITCHING PILES SWAYNE'S OINTMENT ABBOLUTBLT CURBS. STMPTOM8—MoUturef IntciM Iteklac m4 •tlartast BMIatnlfhtt wone by Mratehla*. If •Iluwea to eontlnue tumors form sad protmde. bleeding, absorbs the tnmors* Fre 8ol«l by dracgisu or bjr mail for 50 eta. Prepared bj UN.8WATKSk Son, Philadelphia. TQc kiotf*. ^fpucaiiOD or WAYNE'S OINTMENT IwithoQt aay intertill fl medicine, eurca tet- S ter,eemma,itch, all" peroptioaa on the fsoe,«l b&naa, nose, Ac., leaving _. ft ekln char, white and healthy. Soli tT drujrgiat*. or scot by mail for SO Adtlrf** DR. RWAVXB 6 So*. Philadelphia. PA. Aik JIHIP »iru«lii for LA 'ATlsW fQt'1 M. Campbell Argyle, Wis., Bays: The accompanying statement of my weight and measure* xnents will show the results of Ave months' treatment. PATIENTS TREATED BY MAI Li CONFIDENTIAL Before. After. Loei. Weight 8311 lb* 3&5 IU 7ft Itw Bu»L... 43 In. S3 In. 10 In. Waist.. 49 in. 3! in* 11 in. Hip*M,. Mm. 40 in. IS is. IlirsiMt, ssd with as etarvtsf, inconvenience, or bed eficla For particular* sddreu, with 6 ccnt* in ataint*, 11.1.«. r. AMI, IIIUUT nnra. CIICUI ut A MISTAKEN CANINE How an Honest Ifeloriner May sp Free l'usses iintl Oppose Tliciv Issuance to Others. 'J'lie (iovernincnt Cannot Create Good Money Out of Not liinir and Kn- l'icli the l'eople. Coon Hiintiiiir and Spendinsr a Cold Xitrht Earnestly Hacking al the Wronsr Tree. To the Kdater: I liav never hei'ti nieen i-niif to pass myself till as anulhcr man without his consent. To ait onto a ear. taik.the empty suet jest behind a snoring passenji'r, defly oeeiislitin his soft hat to drop at my fete, pick up the white cheek that fell out of it. replace the hat. slip ont into the smoking ear and set 011 a copy of Donly's last public work 011 bacon with a vew of bavins it crepe into my haf split down poekit. and ride lOO miles on Unit ticket—that is too in inch for my nerve. 1 wood be irt-ttiutr nuthini direct out of the rale rode, and the snoi intt man mite lie ajont for the X. L*. Twine com hi nasKun. But. of coarse, if I cood necioshate. on ezy terms, with a man who had a surplus of milaire ticket, for alone lliarof. I wood sec a dillrence. A shriidediskriminashun is most wize. [See report on Hale Assoc.! Or if 1 waz a stait legislater and rood pitiodently hav a fre pus sent me and one to my wife I mite hav the honest eheke tn axceni them, and then return the faver by brindini in a bil forbiding ralerodi-s to irrant sutch passes to all men and wimen. Uout the ralerodes pane by that law'.1 Is it not a releaf to the (Jen. I'a«s. Act. who is disposed to pen pol/.v'.' Then uthers hav dun so. This is a plee we dont haf to hav foarsed onus. It cuius natturly. When sum of our 1nende110u1.se faveriism and indulje in favers. they say uthers do. If enn.v of us lone munny and taik intrust others do. If they found banks, uthers do. If they form trusts, uthers do. We must taik the world as it till we can malk it as it izzent. These waz my rel'exuns in a ralerode car til the curnel tour legislator and liily orijinal speler) si!t down beside me. When the conductor had returned his fro pas and was-puntching my round trip ticket' to lJixoy he sed to me, "I thot you had a pas: lost it!" "Wei, stir, if I ever had one of my oan I wood still taik a pride in paying my way. I spose my ticket is all rite'.'" "(iooil as gold for all it calls for. Itetter than a mileage ticket or a fre pas, for you can put it on the market." "Cood I sell the return haf of it?" "Certainly, for fl.'iO. if a byer is at hand." ''Aim it liat money then'.' Wish had sum to sel," sed I playfully, lie 1111 me wel. "It .wood be liat if this rode PIERRE, SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, JUNE 1(5. 1892 ended rile here and yet ishund lickils for n|) dis tances beyond, with no service 10 give for them. That is, if it was unable to fullil its promises on this card paper, or even to pay you back the cash for the ticket." He went on. The curnel had a parsel of old papers (the Otl. Org.) to doo lnishunary work Willi as our editer urged. He handed me one saying, "I aint hi up in this liat blz lies. 1 hav to taik it on polltikle fathe mixed up with party zeel. But hour this: 'Money is not wealth money is liat. Wealth is created by labor. Money is made by law. All money is 'li^t.' There can be no money only by 'liat' of the gov ernment. A 'promise to pay' is not mon ey.' "What doo ye say to that, conductor'.'" I 11st hi hi 011 his return. He picked evry fraze to shreds, as if it waz a milk weed pod, and sed, "L'nfarely stated trooths, half trooths and kuning falcehoods mixed together make chepe surrup for sour cakes." And he moved 011. "It doz seam ruther mixt," sed 1, for I remeinberd the wind bags. "It appears sumhow, as if gold and silver quoir.s had a inheering valew in themselvs. They is not promises to pay in uther sitnular quoines. But a paper bil must be ditTrent. It promises to the holder Its fase valew.'' "In what'.' gold and silver quoins?" "Perhaps not always but it so pre sooms. And if it cant pay thus it has a more fiat look than the ishoos of quoin or of noats redeemable in quoin. My mind aintcieer Oh, how are ye, jentiemen taik setes with us." Capt. Tonely and Paine set fase to fase with us. I wanted to talk about the nuze and not the ishoos of the day. They told how Tungey and Jensen had bot Bangs' bigest farm for a sheep ranteh and how Tonely wood go into that bizues if wui waz likely to kepe on lioving protexun. [I waz shy of that topick. We must draw in tho wul razers.] Then the curnel had tho amazing 1111 proodense to rezume tho fiat mixture, by caling attention to tho Hatch bil, wicli ment to ferbid soling wot a man hasnt got and ho sed, "It hits at liat products." "What are thoy!" ast Tonely. "Why pretended wheet, grane, beaf, etc. that dont egsist, and yet is sold by the proju'ee gamblers, or sertlflkcts is ishood on them falce', fic.tishus, flat produx and tho projucers is dooplisitly robed." ,'Flat certiflkets, fiat blls of sale, I spose, Y^. And you admit ifliue so far." sed Tone ly in good yumor. "Xow, what if a lot of nojus be ishood with no ooin behind and boneeth them: they are like falce surtif 1 kits of wheel that dont egsist. When they return for payment and the gov iNonteant pay them thoy are proved to bo falce, tietlshus liatz oyer ishoos nnrodem able. Xobudv wants them at their fase or flit, if they run down as low as the old Continentle bils. or the confedrate noats wich fell so Mat that a frond of mineia curnel priznon pude fc-UO for threeogs, and two of tlieiu waz bad." TjUpe waz a purty big laf jest thou. "But what must, tho noats be r»'uriied to the govment for?" ast tho sober curnel. "Ivepe them out among the projucers. I.et tliein bo helping opprest I had to put in my ore and I broke forth in a plee for tho majestick peeple. "What is they to do? Why cant they ri/.e to fre dum, to sekuritv, to pese, tooppilense and even to welth? Who kepes them down?" Paine sed he didnt quite kno. The cur nel lade tlie blame 011 tho printers of his bil, who cawsed it to fale, and thus left the salaries of the stait and county oftis ers too hi. Tonely sed sum laws, espesh aliy sum of the latest, mite not bo the best. He faverd sum reforms, but that law cood not do so mutch us many peeple hoaped. "Let me tell you, jentiemen," sed I, purty lowd. The conducter lingerd. Sura commershal travlers drawd around. Uth er wafarers came neer. The nuze boy with peenuts waz 011 hand. The Pulman porter sed lie stopt to 'see the sirkus. A fu wimen, likely scool techers, waz grant ed adjaseni seets and I went 011 lowder: "The supreem crushers [counsii, whisperd tho sharpest looking commershul man] and grinders of tho inajestik peeple is tho undooly ritcii. Thtey is consoomers, wo is perjucors. They want more and more and more and that kepes perductlye prises down. They oan thg property, wo Day the taxes. They spend thare munny (reeiy ours) in Urope, In Mt. Vesoovius, in Jerriko and wharo not, while wo must stick to our farms and shops and retail stores like Spawlding's glew waz on us (hand pats). Jest becawz they is rltsh wo have not our rites, our doo wages and meens to form trusts and git up in tho T' V. S that can ho sold," sed Tonoly, as if he i^ad never herd of them. •'Like liat mutiny, over ishoos of logic lender noats?" "No for the govmunt dont ishoo thorn. They is more like wattord ralerode stox— lint, fi.lco. lirtishus shares, wldl foarsed the people to pay extorshunato prises for frateand tickets, liecaws the liat shares hav no role munny back of them and yet draw Intrust or ushury." "Hold, my frond, you rufTly denounse liat shares and produx, and so wil I. I!nt why lie so tender to Jial mutiny," "All munny is liat. but the guvment is behind it." "No, not all. in thesaim sonco.Coin may he fiat in tho sense that it must be Ishood by the govmeiit. but It dont cum hack onny day to hav the govment pay juoin on it. I'a per noats do return for that very tiling, and if tho govment can pay the fase of them in iuoin to the holders you may call tiioin liat if you wish, but the liat is not lictish'is and false, as It is with the produx and shares you denounce. The quoin is behind them.'' "So you partly admit my statement." sed the curnel, as if vietry waz begiuing to perch on his Hag pole. people to moot thare dots to bye their goods and to supply there nesescities, at the rate of S.M) per capity. I)oiit let the .Shilox goihor em up and demand gold 011 em and so 111 aik niun.iv more and more scarcer. But we'll hav a law for that. If the noats are stamped 'unredeemable' the sharx will let them alone." "Of course, and so will evryK«ly else But hold: you wont dare to have them so. The poeplo take those notes bleveing that there are reel honist dollars behind of them. They will retern them when they tiuflahat they were mistaken, deloosively descved that the noats are faling ln val ew by their 'oan llctishus carackter and bee timing worthless and you cant maik a law wlcii will compel people to taik a bad liat paper munny at its fase stamped 'never to bo redeemed.' enny more than the Shilox can forse you to taik those liat surtilikits ol liat stox in pameut of a dot to you. Law wont change human rezon." "Well, sur," sod the curnel. "I bleve in giving the guvment full powr to lift up a gold robbed nashun. We popose to do and create niunny by law." "The govuienl will then have'the fabled lilosofers stoan, that turned whatever it tutehed into gold," sed I'aine. the coledgo bred and sivel enjiueer. "Its liat mite turn a vat of linen pulp in a paper mill 10 a gold mine, then tho ciuartz rock minors wood lie out of wurk." "We dont moon that nonsoneo," sed the curnel. sum riled up, "We propose not to n?de enny gold al all. Let the metal 11a shtins draw all our gold away. We wiil be a paper nashun. This mity govments tremenjus liat will maik its legle lender good at lioam. rospekted abrod and onerd ihruout the world, witiiout enny sneekin fujetive gold. Tlie peeple will give the govment the power to declair that liat. The peeple will be behind them noats. You dont reelize tho power of 'We, the peeple of the C. S." "You cant give power to create sum thing out of nuthiug," sed Tonely. "Only the Almighty can do that, and as you dont want Him to turn those fiat produx into reel wheet. you ne'ednt expect Him to give your fiat noats tho wurth of gold. Dont wiyit a metal standard? As wel try to mail^a paste bord ax or a paper razor." 1 1 J^^^r^Kr-d, -A' N *„.,1 ^P^s-r^^!-t,:f (11 na^ is Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opitun, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays feverish 11 ess. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates tlie food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas toria is the Children's Panacea—-tlie Mother's Friend. Castoria. Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil dren. Mothers havo repeatedly told pe of xlt» good effect upon their children." Da. (i. C. O.SOOOD, Lowell, Muss. Castoria te the best remedy for children of which I am acquainted. I hope the day is i:ot far distant when mothers will consider the mil Interest of their children, aud*u.so iu stoad of the varicusquack nostrums which oro des roying their loved ones, by forcing opsum, mo rphine, soothing syrup and other hunful age IU down their throats, thereby sending them to premature graves/' DR. J. KINCNEI/OK, Conway, Ark. Capital City Furniture Co. Castoria. Castoria so well adapted to children that r»'iMinrnend it as superior to any preacriptioL. ktio.vn to me.'* Including Some Bed Room Sets And everything else usually carried in a First Class Furniture Store. fall and price our goods and be convinced that we sell tlie cheapest We are soon to receive a whole car-load decorated dinner sets, tea sets, chamber manufacturer, and in order to make all crockery in our store, either plain or discount from our regular retail price, •set or any thing else in that line now is world." I pawzc-d, but a little too long. "Aly frond," sed Tonely, "aint you whacking at the rong tree? Sum wel thy men are bad and so are menny poor men just as bad. Yet the blame is hardly all 011 the milyunaires. Did you ever go coon huu ting?" The curnel sed he had and the fun waz immense. "Grate fun for the coon? Well, four or five of us boys went hunting on a frosty November nite, and started a lino fellow out of acorn field. Not a dog cood ketch him. We chased him thru a neck of woods. In crossing a bog we mired—got deop in det. Then in a biackbery thicket wo morgaged our evryday cloze. Iran into a hornets nest—a regular palace of milyunaires—and woke em up. Sum Shi lox amuug em I guess." (Lafter. Croud getting thicker.) "Not many milyunaires In them times." sed the curnei. "You must bo.fitting off a parabio on us, captin." "One founded on a fact." waz the reply, "with part is reel, you may jud^e. Per haps both parts are fax. Well, wo ment to hav that coon. Wo followed him like sum of us porsoo welth. At last our livly dog sed ho waz in one of two trees stand ing quite neer together. We had one dul ax and sent for anuther. We biltasmall fire. Wo choped away 011 a gurdled, dod, dry, thick bur oke, hard as a ushurers hart. That tree had our coon—our prop erty by rite of .porsoo t, and it was a rober. It kept from us our ernings In the woods. It didnt cair for our demands. It waz be tween u9 and the welth we wanted. Our dog waz barking and.nawing at the rute. like sum riters and edaters at a capitlist ARTHUR PUCH, Mgr. HERE IS AN OPPORTUNITY To Get Crockery Cheap. of bulk crockery, consisting of plain and sets, etc.,. purchased direct from the room for this large quantity we will sell decorated, up to June 13. at 20 per cent If you want a set of dishes, a chamber your time to get it. F. M. MARCH & Co. or a colossle fortuue. Hy turns we hack ed at that hard c,nd ektorting tree neerly all that cold nite. At day brake we look ed up the coon was in the uther tree.' (Iminens lafter nuze boy dubbled up porter seeking sunuhing to hold on to the curnel shaking neerly as mutch as myself.) "Did you git him?" inquired a suppozed rcool tcecher. as soon as she cood spoke. "Nover. Wo felt like kicking ourseves, but blamed that imajinative, misleding dog and his lowd bark tharafter was no more to us than an old back number of an agri-politikle jerna| that noze how a duz en fiat subscripshuns wont.by frosh egs." "No good cant sell em," sed the nuze boy, who had remarked, "How my sides ache." "No not the subscripshuns. Even tho U. S. govment coodnt keep em up to par if it isuood them. We boys were not tit for corn husking the next day. We had sum lezure to think of tho hard times and there cawzos—and the times wbre harder then than now. Jaxon's subtreasury waz a faleure. The nashunal bank was Imaj ined to be the rutoof all evil. There was lowd and fearse nawing at its rute. A flud of paper currency with no reel munny behind it, swept us into poverty. Wehad low wajes and hi prised living. Those of us who worked hard for what we cood git honestly got ahead better than those en gaged in the now over crowded biznes of blaming the ritck for all thewozeofthe poor. We did no more sutch coon hunt ing, and ever since that raw November nite I hav been careful not to hack persis tently at the roug tree." "Pix-e-y," sed the brakeman with an ey on me. As I waz levins the car tho conducter ast Tonely If choping at that tuf tree waz not kind of a hat work. No munny in it. It was an over Ishoo of en erjy. A HOXIST REFORMUH. ',*£' -nr#«v^i»i M® M+J JSO. 5. by H. A. Anemia, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. r'ur physicians in tho children's depart- nit-fit h.ivo s^ioken highly of their experi ence in their outside practice with Castoria, .•xi.ti although wo only hare among ou jiifli.'^l supplies what is known as reguia prixlucts, yet we are free to confess that tii« merits of Castoria has won us to look with favut u|*)ti it." JUST RECEIVED: A Car-load of New Furniture, UsiTEi) HOSPITAL AND DISPKNBART, Boston, MAS. ALLEN SMITH, /*«., Tke Coatn»iT Com?f\r y, 77 Vfur-.-i^ fStroci, Hew York City.