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60,0®^w» s»«««
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Well, tli»t M(nllisln»clt ligloi'i" ..
ioLaVeinoW.Ifoycs, ftf.dtne I-. .•,
weanswithwhichit wabuiil w.
up until it is tho third Jarp^t Dg ^.t wIl
Uicrpthteei in the West (t-ftipfe ^•!,
only exceeded t.y
l«» ot
the
preat Hnrvotpr Cv^.'v^: I'^vaTtfcWUUUtfW
uu wholly fui niched *»y uo -_i
Dictionary Holder butinw. This
brings us hark to the Holder, and
suggests inquiry to how it
and hold ind till held# the field,
increasing rapidly frvm to year.
Theeecrct of that «ucc«-i* isthm:
Mr. Nojfc# has inr.de a most_ perfect
artistic and meritorious article, and
has maintained a hijsh standard of
Vicelience and *uj-jili«?d the hrticio
ata low price. Tho merit of lhe*o
Dictionary Holders has l»een so
groat
that tiiey literally sold themselves,
and Intuehgicatquauti*
ties that & null profit on
eaeh one has made the
result above mentioned.
They have cone to&lmovtevery
habitable portion of the globe*
irtn to the remote i»lands of
'.the sea, and art* kept by all
booksellers.^
CANCE
f9l»cedlly»*afely and effectually cureO tvlth
out tUe u«e of the knife. Cure* evlV ii«l
when u?l :»Chertre«tmeiitj|frtlleil. ToBtiiii'.Jij*
j.^tli080 restored t-bonlth —"X fool tt my duty v.:
reb^ainicad your treatment. 1 hod a cantor on
erch
chockbonenndonooniuy nose. You rumors
itlltbreecaiicpr*. I am willing to iestiiy thatj rtc
permanently cured/'-Kusos
OEORCE DALE* M. D.* lola Sanitarium,
.•'r-'v IOLA* Waupaoa County, WIS.
(K. Cray, 7dJ. Gen. G. A. R.t Siale of
^•BKFEUKM'EiJt^VUeoB»ln, Bilwaukve— It. N. Kobrrta,
IS
SaSSS
i.stcri is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Inliiuts
and C'liiUlre }. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
jpthcr Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, ajul Castor Oil.
It is I'lcasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions oi'Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castoria rcl.evcs
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
ar.jl boweis, giving healthy aud natural sleep. Cas»
toria i. the CinMron's
Castoria
'Castoria is nu cxcellp::tm.i!i.,.rt- forcV.il
dren. Mathers have repeatedly toid j:ic of iw
good effect upon tbc-ir ciiluiron."
Pitiiucea.—the
Di:. G. C. Oscoon,
.. Lowell, Muss.
818" Castoria is tbe best remedy for children of
•which I nm acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider tho
real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in­
of tbevariousquaeknostrumswhich are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Dtt. J. F. Kincheloe,
Conway, Ark.
I WAIT
PURSE
THE DICTIONARY HOLDER
Did you ever ie&rti v.)ut fnhuloiis rcsulls out of the
miDUfacturc l»y Mr. Noyrxof an oriipntciiUl *tatul to hoH tho
dictionary? Tiie Btot'y I*. I.v tntilc. l-ut to tell it oiik snuvt
ask another qtie*:inn: lla^o y.iu ever imtice-J Uir luivurtiirtupltl
of Uio Acrmotur C»:ii ujt whuh starU out
On my sales list for 1893.
I have Customers for some Choice
Residence Corners Close
to Business.
3FL- EC- PROUDPOOT.
Mother's Friend,
Castoria,
Castoria is
bo
Ill So. Oxford St.» Brooklyn, N. Y.
Our physicians in tbe children's depart
ment have spoken wlily of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria.
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we ore free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
United Hospital and Dispensary,
Allen
O* EC CM'! LINT.
A 1'iiio riniiK'c lo Si-ciin' LciMiin*: K'or
bMiicalH Clic»ii,
Wu
in '90
I'ree. Waupaea jj|t*l Bank, Wannaro, iVJ..
WANTED.
A Keprc(»onlittly«? lor our
Family Treasury, tho
greatest book ever otrcrod to
^tlie public.
A CIirlKtmars PrcKent for both old and
yoong.
Oar conpon s.vBtom. which wo n«c in selling
••jpUr,'great work.--enables euch pr.iTh»eer to get
(^tbe bpok Tree, so overyonv nurclinsos.
Eor.his Urfit week't* work-oue npent's profit
Another 8130. A Jndy line just
KSileRrca Sl.'iO for Lor iirst ivitok's work.
'&/> -Write for particulnris and If you can boifln nt
fi onieiJ5ohd Si for oiitllt. We pivo you exclusive
lb£j territory, and pay larpci commiRglons on tlio
Sk fiulcs
oi
tnbfigeiits. Write
will send the
'Vi
ytar,
A StasS Winimili ar.cl fataeS
J, Tovsr ovof* S minutes,
ea Ccyfhoae flfjurea tell tho
.j. vj®! atcryoftlioo-ver-gtowlns:,
eve?-scolnc civoiiuaitn®
n'-t'!*- Sieei P.criTio.'nr. Wtiero
cue, Koes cthara I'ollaw,
and ws TaVte *.r.s Country."
\'i'ord
Casev, HIuIiio,\Yi.
^lr. IJ. P. Brown, Nellpb, Neb. wna treated by
tbreopbyslcla^oXcircnncer on tbe eyulld. Tiioy
thoURbt ease incurable, llr. llnle*n Tmi
ment oflocted a cure. The IIoHpKiil, iltlcit
•with nil Utodcrn appliances, accommodatcs scv
cnty*t!vo patients. Trained nurses in constant
nttendnnco. If yoa are afflicted with Cnnccr.
Tumpr or Mullarnant Ulcers, send 2c. etntri
for pamphlet giving lull particulars. Addrcas
i:ki.v
(Hie year iiml any nnc of tli( following
].n 1Iii:ittioris
i!h- pricn
Till* prict! of till'
and Works.
t-
1
well aJr.yUd tg children that
1 rccoixiincnd it assupcriorioany prescription
known to mt\"
U. A. ARCIISR, M. D.,
iidi. and lliis
WilUsiin lluliii
Boston, Mass.
C. Swrrn, Pres.,
Tho Centaur Company, TT Murray Street, New York City.
PROPERTY
set opposite.
I-'liKK
is fl..Kl
Pit
if !:t id in advance. „Tlie price of I lie
othor pulilioal.ion is jiiven in the lii!
('oliinin of ligiuvs. and the eomliincd price
in the second column.
Willi
.Millie of publication. i'rice. 1'-!'.
Tim (.Vnliir\. ill .fl.oo .. $1.7.",
St. Xicliolas, in
i.(
..
llai'iier's Magazine, in -I.ihki .. 'uio
llarjier's Weekly, .. i.i,:,
liaiperV l'a/.atir. 4.00.. -l.r.r.
Harper's Young People, \v.. :.\(K) ,.
Forum, in .yijo .. "i.txi
American Afiricultiirist in. l.."iU .. 2.50
Arena, "1.0:1 .. r(..v)
Atlantic .Monllily. in l.tvi .. .|.i«i
1 IjiU'otu Kiirr.ier.ni l.tHi.. l.so
111 l.tK)
Kconninist.
..
l'.oii
5.1*)
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Frank Leslie's Weekly, \v... 4.IM) .. -1.T0
Cliicu.!?o InK.'i-Ocean. 1.01) .. 'J.:.'!)
Jildifi!. vv 5.00 ..
I'tlflc, "i.Ofl .. :".*.()
North Aineri'.an Kcvicw, 111. f.00.. 5.:io
J'loneei'-J'ress.
\v 1.0!) ..
2,Jo
Wide A wake, in 2.40.. 3.:i()
Food. 111.. with premium 2.00 .. 2.7."
Oraime .Judd Fiinncr, in.,
with premium 1.00
Demorest's Mafrazinc. iu 2.00
Tl.e Indi'peiident.. H.OO
Aniericun Affriculturalisr, in 1.00
Scrlbner's Slaitazine. 111 ii.00
World's Columbian ICxposi
tion Illustrated
American Journal of Poli
tics, 4.00 .. 4.15
Littoll's Living Age, 8.00.. 8.40
Pioneer Press, 1.00 .. 2.00
Jenness Miller Magazine, 1.00.. 2.15
2.0."
i'.s.'i
3.S0'
1.05
3.00
3.00 .. 3.30
In nil cases th'e orderand money for both
publications must bo sent at the samo
time.
Subscribers who have already paid their
subscription to tho
If
:1t 0«et
Ficke Pkess
so» and Von
Will Worlc
sI?or
for tlio
^. sgenoy for your county.
nt Address all communications to
HANI). M'NALLY & CO.,
Chicago, 111.
•Air
A
can bo
furnished any of the above publications
at reduced rates.
If two or more publications from this
list are wanted, write us for prices.
Address all cammunications to tho
Arc Vor
Fkke
PliESS,
Pierre, 8. D.
ZTzto mployod?
Write
Ato at
O1100,
Gfi'/jijj- lieforoncos.
j.
a. CAMPBE1.1.,
IDS find 161 Adiune St., ('lncago, HI.
Wi'VW
g^ *r
Tim Salary To» Mvrili for
"When Ij. Q. C. I.i».u!.~.r v,•.'!:! »-.:irN»
Kceret-avy of tho interior, nearly ev.-i-v
young man who hud it own him in JJis
tissippi wont jn Wi'sbinvioii to j^et :i
job," Kaitl IT. F. Cole. (.•! Vv:t'or
lio
di/clinod.
"Tiiiio won mi, and Yniii:giilc,od. in
rommon p:ivi U'.ce. 'wont brohi*.' Cnuld
his old friend. Mr. Lamar, let him have
fifty dollars!' Mr. Lamar could and did.
Two weeks more, eotdd his old friend,
Colonel Lamar, let him have a hundred
while he was waiting to Via' placed?
I A'. ain Mr. Lamar could and did. A
j)ii'U)(h rolled by. Yor.ngblood's hoard
I bill was duo. Jle had to live while wait
ing, and he knew ljo one el.-e in Wash
iiunon exoeet his old l" jend from Ox
ford. Jfis board bill was settled. The
next day he called a^ain N»'j VM'ded to
be accoiumodaied. He w-i~.
"After Youngblood VTent out Mr.
Lainar turned to Colonel Muldrow, hii
ussisrant, and said: 'See here, Henry.
Your.gblcod lie.s got to gel away from
Washington. Find wmo place for iiiei.
Both of us can't live on ij.S.OOO a year.'
"Tiie next morning Ycangblood was
made su[iefinlendent of the Arizona
schools and was fceiit to Yuma, whore he
later died."'—St. L'.ni- itepublic.
H:va
Moreover. Mr. Yorkes has considera
tion for his futnro residence and is not
to lie outdone by Clieops or Mausolus
or any other extravagant ancient. So
he 1ms put $."U,OUO into a tomb thatiwiil
some day Iconic him to its hospitable
embrace. This provision Kiied quite 11
luster 011 Mr. Yerkes' forethought, and
shows how easy it is to spend money
when one lias the money and the ac
companying brilliant ideas.—New York
World.
Immigration.
Whatever may be true of London, it
is probable that largo share of the pov
erty of our American cities is due to the
influx of helpless aud degraded people
from other countries. London draws
into its insatiate maw the vigor of the
country and impoverishes it. New York
and Eoston are themselves largely im
poverished by tho immigration of multi
tudes whose standard of comfort is far
below that of our own people, and who
help to drag the natives down to their
own level. The American policy seems
to be to prevent the "pauper labor" of
foreign countries from competing 011 its
own, ground with American labor, but
to open tho door as widely as possible
for tliis "jiauper labor" to come to Amer
ica and depress our own labor market by
its desperate competition.—Rev. Wash
ington Gladden in Century.
A Few Left.
When Colonel Tom Kavanagh, who
was sergeant-at-arms of the Republican
campaign committee, returned to the
city, he was kept, busy receiving the
condolences of his army of friends and
submitting good hnmoredly to their,
bandinage. He was standing on street,
when an old friend came hurriedly by.
Hands were shaken in the passage, and
as tho gtjntlemau went 011 he remarked:
"Well, Tom, we snowed you under in
(great shape."
"We!" ejaculated Tom in astonish
ment. "Have you changed again? Great
Csepar, how much truer it is gutting
every day that tliero are only a few of
us
1
PIERRE, SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 29, 1892.
Valh-y,
Miss. "Anions the number was John
Youiifjblootl, editor c.f the Oxford (iiuii,:,
who called at ?lr.'Liimtsr's olJU'ii on tb'i
"i'ili day of March. 1 :-•'». Th'j secretary
ft*as of course )-'1- to sec him. Yomig
Hoocl ii.-.d once b-.-cti Mr. Lamar's pri
ito secrt'iary. 11
a e.-cjic-cicil toinet'.nnt
liig, but a ok-rksuip only was tontlurod
C«"•»«! nt La^t.
William liahn, a n:. ::lh ::^o a tran.p,
has just received iiii'.ir:::at ..n that he
is heir to #100,000. Malm has hud a {,'ouil
many tips and downs, chiefly downs,
mid now that 1m has struck it. rich lie
can scarcely believe in his ood luck,
lie was born in Xew York city, of (jcr
maii parentage, thirty-four years a::o.
Uo learned llie cabijiet mak(.-r's trade
with Herman, the bin fnrnillire manu
facturer. lie woiit west in 1S70, visil
ing several slates. He jnit AS00 tiie
Fidelity bank iu Cincinnati, and went
to Alabama, ai:.l very soon learned lh»t
the bank had fe.iled and that his earn
ings had gone with it.
Later he had his chest and face cut by
a bursting wheel in a shop. Then his
wife and child died. He went to Chir
cago, and in September began tramping
eastward. He reached Uliea on elec
tion day and begged a job iu a furniture
factory. When he sent to Chicago for
his tools lie learned that they had been
stolen. Lu a lew days he was taken ill.
and now, when again on the verge of
financial dissolution, he has received a
letter from the bnrgoina.-ter o: Y.'r
burg, Lavariu. saving that his deceased
uncle has left him
Y.) Dispatch.
ftlOO.OOO.-*
_i
lea wv
Mr. Yerlics ai!(l tils iinsolcuiu.
It will b" hard Wiiri to couviin- tiif
jmtii'iit iiet:ph' who riuo or try to rid'.-
0:1
tho Novtii Side Chicago cable c.i'.s lii.it
ilr. Charles T. Verkos irf 11 iiiiiliiiitiiro
jiist, yet lie t-oim-l.i::ies Jiivls very laud
able uses for his money. Mr. Yorlzes
lias .set apart ^-.MO.OOO tor an oiiserviilo/y
and u*lesc(ti«i tor the u.-u of tiie Uii:
vorsiry of Chicago. Ilia order was par
ticularly Cbi(.::!irot'siin( '-Go niiead
construct the biy^est and most tiowi-rfuJ
ttlescopo 111 the world. 1 will lie ir
Bjjoiisible for tlio cash." Bui Mr. Ycrkcs
does not put r.ii his money in tvlaKcopcs.
Ho lives well, funii.slies hiss house lav
ishly and has nireyo to puintiii^s far be
yond the ordinary purse.
iiv
left!"—Washington Post
7'.'
iT
lv% ^/r
A SliW MAM'S VltCMiVr.
filial to ivc—'S'o H'Jioisi to
Ami ISovv Co
(ii\e.
Kvi'l-yhody i« iroins to make SBSuehody a
hoiidiiy |in -i iil. What shall it lie'.' to
which oii'"-i of my many frfmids shall 1
give'.' aiid how can I allord the i-xnensi.-V
are i|iui-tions r.oi ea-ily atimvcred liy many
neoplei To enable evi-rv one to make a
pi'.'senl which may mive to,lie of irreat
value tii all. and is an appropriate gift in
tlii-1 ealarrh-sti ieken laad. and at the
:ini time cost only a few moments' Mine
and a no":al eard. is the purpose of The
JV-ru-iiii Drue: .Manufacturing t'ompaiiy.
of Columbus. .Send the address of as
many oi' yiiiir friends us you Tielieve will
appr.-eiaie the gift, to the ahove Urutr
Company ami tney will mail a copy of tho
new lliuslraieil Ills of Ufe free and post
paid—
a beautiful, useful, truthful, help
ful treatise on catarrh in all stages,
couahs. colds, consumption, bronchitis,
ami !l oi the climatic, diseases of winter.
Tlds "ll'cr holds soud until .laniuiry :il.
lS'.irj.
?li*r. M)it(,rai1iuiii,iii.
Mrs. Cora ih'iie-t came li_n»Trein Clii
ctigu to spend Me* holiday season, ami has
eoi|U".l!ed 'o L'ive a [lerformniiee y:i Thurs
day evening. .Tanuai which will con- I
sis! of dramatic, rending*. Impersonations
and character sketches. This will he the
only opjM'iiunity enr people will have of
hi arin:r Mrs. Kniest during liie coming
year, as she returns to the east at once to
n.'sume her stmiie She .vtiI he agisted
in tins .Miierlaiiiivei.t by Mi -., 15. C. putter
son and Miss lviiui Cnner, vt-.-sillsts
Mrs. F.i'iiest is so l)o ulai' in Pieri". and
iier entertainments so enjo :'ole, thai a
mcle notice of her intention to ap|ir.!ir is
always snfiicient to insure a 'arte attend
ance.
•Saiuiitry Wenilier.
Weatlier ih-erver SI,:: furnishes the
Fur.i. 1'itKss the following data as to.lan
uary weattier rtr ilie past sixteen yea.
The mean temperatnre ha-, heen S deirrnes
afiovc zero: iiw warmest .lanuary was
that of IsUl. when the average was L's
ahnve: :he coldest .lanuary wa in
Honest Votcrnrui
Jtoim
11
,1 if Ti-rt'V V^' ..-it A
lST.'i.
with the average at zero: the warmest
day wa- the ."'.h in l.SS'.'. which was .V
ahove: liie coldest was the "Jiltii in iss.t,
which was •}:.• below zero. The average
cloudy days ii: partly cloudy 1-t: entirely
cioiid!e-s 11. The prevailing winds have
been from tiie northwest.
Avh
for JVutiion I&cforui.
Two (hiJiirsii.montu. to a veteran who
ntMl
was wouil£ and di-ablod in battle is
not enough, yet cue of the be?t eomrndcs
iu tlrs city, ike comnmnJer of his post,
was getting that, and believing himself
entitled to mure applied for increase. I
His application was refused. A fellow
who was not wounded dv.: ing tlio war.
lntt got slightly ininred i: tba leg by a
fall from horse, was reraisd at thirty
dollars a month by Tanner, and got
Home $..000 arrearages besides. We I
know ot other such cases which we hope
to see invtfsiigateif and corrected. All
1111 deserving pensioners may well
qur.ke des-srviiig pensioners ncad have
Uo fear.
If tothiy every ni.tn arid woman whose
name is on the peustou Hat were re
quired to appvar before the proper an
thority. thereto substantiate their claim 1
to pen.-iou iiy evidence that would be
admitted iu any court of lav.-, or be al
lowed by tha nio: huient of juries, 1
there -would undoubtedly b. a great
many 12n1r.es taken'
the list alto-
getker and a far givnt^r munbtr of pen
sioners refluccd in ani.-ainV.
The peb] l« should have this money
saved for ihem. Wo believe the iucoin
ing administration will do it. Ko hou
est man pliould object. Assuredly uo
fair veteran will do so.
Tiie Gazette lip: always favored high
pensions for deserving veterans. If a
soldier iii-'nclual service was maimed or
disabled 60 that his power to make a
living for. himself aud his family was I
gone or impaired, his loss or impairment 1
should be made good. That was tne I
purpose in granting ]ensions. So long
as the Republican parly did that tbe
people sustained them.
When they left that snfo ground and
embarked 011 a treacherous sea of ex
travagance, taking aboard tho great
army of Claim agency sharks, they be
gan to lose the confidence of the people.
—Grated Army Gazette and Nation il
Guardsman..
SUPERIOR
to all other
medicines for
purifying the blood
and restoring the
health and
strength,
AVER'S
Sarsaparilla
is the -, 0s\
standard specific
for Scrofula, Catarrh
Rheumatism, and
Debility.
Cutes Others
will cure you.
ik
'.
Ib'ree Press
:ates
Jas. S. SFCBKEE. Register of Deeds, '-"m
Amos N. Blandin, Stocks and Bonds.
J. C. Kagkk, Dry Goods and Groceries.
O. J.
aylou,
Manufacturer!--, Impoi'tcrs
We are reudv
TO J1ASCE A FORTUNE
WUITIi TO 3!K
For Special Quotations on Pierre Property
Chas.
L.
Hyde,
WELLS
WILL A. KING, Prop.
Which is the Cheapest and Best Cat
tlemen Can Buy.
NationsBank
OHF1 3=»TT?rB=IT=g-ro,
Taid in ('jijiital, $1()O.OOD.OO.
Surplus and Profits, ^10,000.00.
The accounts of individuals, firms and corvorations
solicited. Interest paid on time deposits.
DIRECTORS:
Going to Buy
Dictionary?
GET THE BEST.
2
JuUy Abreast of tbe Times. 4
A Choice Cift.
A Cranct Family Educator. 2
The Standard Authority. 4
Successor of the authentic "Una-i
bridged." Ten years spent in revising. 4
editors employed, over $300,000 4
t100SOLD
expended. 4
BY A Mi 1100KSELLEBS.
,,
Do i»t buy l'tfjinntw of obsoltiic fiHtioiiK. 4
ami IMILL rAlMKUrLAKS. 1
Gi & C..MSKKIAM CO.. Publishers, 2
flprlug^leld, Mosg., TJ. S. A. ..a
Flso's I?cmcly for Catarrh Is tho
Best, Easiest t6 Use, and Cheapest.
CATAR
Bold by DrQcgi8ta orsent«by rnalL
50c. E. T. HtucUine, Wartea, Pa,
Ihik!.
///*,
0/
&
$2.00 per day.
Special Rates "fc37" 23.o weeli.
Street
cars pass the door for Stale House or any part of the Ciir.
baths. Ilarbei- siioji and Livery iu connection. Laundry work, Telearams and all
I
'rrands promptly attended to. «,
RUST-OWEN LUMBER COMPANY,
I'KA I KK- IX
LUMBERS COAL
WE SELL
Retsof Rock Loiiij) Salt for Cattle,
ofCommerge
CriAS.
President of the National Bank of Sioux City.
L. IIyde, Real Estate.
The Harry Svensgaard Bicycle Go.,
of Fergus Falls, Minn.,
are
"'A!
ISO. 3M.
Pierre S. D.
Dr. W. Wimmh:, Stock (iowei.
Anoi.rii ICwekt, Cashier. ••••a
find Joblxu's of Bieyele.s ami Sundries,
for making l.Sl'.i contracts.
Write us.
&
'a-j&
ram Globe
ysland.
j'.jO
1 iiu ot.
A 0]
illiU 1j13
Now that ttin Deiiiocratic party, by the
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