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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, May 01, 1890, Image 2

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namtnl
Shonn
tary, which owns the nutf
TB*
council next Monday.
A
Waauingtoti oorresjx
8k ux Palhi Preea mya: It
position
ttfjthing." But he
•treet
tiiiit WDHAUI
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THtTRBlJAV EVENI50. I
TO JU»VKHT I
I
The Smith Dakota dek^atton is MM
ioua to have the nrthinatioo of B, H.
Sullivan as surveyor general aent in,
that he may be oontlrtued* as no con
tracts for survey on the reaenration or
elsewhere can lw approval, an South
Dakota ia without a surveyor at prwsent.
R. C. Johnsnn hax asaum**! the duttcw
of bum new
IIIIUIUGCR
I
A
ent
L^IOE ANOORDII^F TO
18WI
AT'**
n
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Hjrawni.*
(M
R^idon.%-
J*LN!
R^WTILASF
FA#*** R«**»WR*»
til* RTAT* I
WIT
hat
-F »'K'
II'. PW»»LRT«.
Xbo circuit court for Minnehaba eott«*
(j will convene at Sioux Falls Ma? 37.
Qjntntrlr- praii-io
T&GTTOC ON THE
Sioux reservation.
L*t fifty HEAD of
LW«n ARRESTED,
cattls
!N- narrowly esca|»El with hialif*#. The
fires ware net by thft Indians, tf-hs bat**
*jF%» location of h" irMtoflloe at Rad
fk»!d has heen cliuugtKl from near thi
tMiiith to the north »-«nl of the eity, insoh
against the wiahoa of noun* of the rati
zeiia, antl a partial boycott of the o(Boe
is threatened, which may reduce it to
a fourth
A
of the Hionx Fill"
Aryus Leader. The A rgu» Leader haw
of lSto made aeveral valaahk addition*
to it* facilities, and with the aiaistwiw
of Mr. Johnson will make more rapitl
atridea townnl the frut rank of ^ewtii
Dakota journalism.
Jia
Rnpreeentative
Pick LET
ia mu/sb wor
liecauw) there i# a dstermiuation to
pan
pension bill without debate or an
opportunity for amendment. Pickler
haa a large number of words that he
want* to have in
THE
Record, and
EONGREAS
AARW-
plant at l*u»rre
He Btate* that the erection of a
plant will commence her® within a taw
weeks and that the work will be com
pleted and the plant ready for operation
by the first of November.
The matter
of the franchise will i*s brought baSoare
accumulating tending to ahow thai Hie
Ust ruction
of
the farm
-house
luring the intention to burn another
PLACE
Woonsocket dispatch, 2J: There ia a
VSfl-foundad rumor abroad hare that
aa attempt will be made by the 'ad
vocat« -if o^tuil suffrage to commit th*
republican party in
thia a late to it*
platform to an extension of the right of
aofTrage to woman. It would doubtless
ba defeated, but at the aama time it
abould ba understood that while the
farty ia good-natured and accomodating,
k will not be made a vehicle to ad
all the ininn" in the worlV
IS
to hold,
H(M*uking,
cal bretbern anftoved
AND
said in n
(jniatad.
Will 4HTRMII*E,
HM»UX Fatia Argua Leader, 2B: Hie
belief Urn become current along the
that
UM
which
they believe
«fthe |,ruliibit»ry
Vaiiiiips, Cayt..
the provisions of th»
ho:TK**cnL la-.v«: otily,
PT'wided,
that any
per*»n who, prior U tlsc p:u-J»a?|e of this
may hiivc becora* an a
Itual
reeideat
and haa made* ponmntMit improTt*nwnt3
the land, may, it living, enter one
quaRt* of l.ui'.l, to iuclude thhl
and impr*»voi»t«te, WBtler th*
i provi.i»i)» of the homestead law, wJt-
ADDING
that he may
ly
1
{IILTAUKTTNL
HAW
ARE GRANTED
IDENT'S
OI
FIR*»« HAVE \MA
the
pri*ilegt\ 1^*e bill now awaits the
cignatum to
tmr,
A NMO
diepateb*17:
iog
ia
SAM»
PRES­
B»H"oj»E U LAW,
F«H
THE
Ui«eas*F
ARE ABT®
TBLSK
thfjf
Take
WlVPlt.
Scotland
€"»re »f
Tliees-
A
of Boot land
to-night. Rev.
aaaee meet-
William
South Dakota
the following letter
here:
I
will
of organizing an
aaxiliah- U
ing It abaft*.
Congressional
the
TENDENCY
ol the
to ahut
off
DEBATE
TO HTM
A
letter haa
la
JUST
DIN
heen
received BARE
by iome local capitalists, from the
be
IN
land Monday, May ft, for
^FOROEMENT
theHouth Dakota Kuforoe-
ment league, which was formed la«t
October at Huron, aad which baa the
indorsement of the leading men, of the
senator* and congressmen, all the state
officers
and many muid)er»of tlie legu»
lature, and
other* too numerous to
(pleaae NEE
8
o'clock p.
PLEAAE
demand a successful meeting,
of
COURT*'* can
a proper
fore, be
IT
to
of
Him pie, which rsaultad in the death of
Alex isley, on Sunday morning, was the
work of an incendiary, and that a mis
take waa made in ftrinj
tity
thia
honae,
it
instead. Jealoaay and revenge"
ar« anipitil aa the motive* for Use
crime.
oft'tcers they have
ndent TI
a dtgnilitMl
that of a United Statca
senator. But they are* muriate
ALW
aama. Yesterday, while Senator Call of
Fkrlla, was
some of his politi­
hirn
by
their
O«iverHJition. H» HCXMJ got
BUIMIUIXI
FELLOW*
tone,
"I
The resolutions
relattuna of
Republican leadara at tb« state toward
m» annther have bacome mnsideraUy
•trained Many think there will lie thia
•Wainer t* grand family row,
will
wrmt victory from the Kepubltoann.
The first move will ba
the
formation of
*«luh here which will map out a cam
The work ij nasiiy complete
and will be announced
in a few days.
The platform will call for a reaubmuaoo
amendment, a defeat
of the woman Huffrage movemaut and a
lowering of ths tariff. Th«» organi/^rw
Ittteni to form oluba Uurougbout the
St*r" and ca.rry cm an energetic,
W.
ii.
fStoddard, V O Bailey and & 0. Wrifht
tm- tlw? principal movera
U|TT»Wl U H»TLW-HHT
:W«#?fsgtoR
dispatch, Tlw
tin- bill, which Haa niso
mnuiU*. provsdimi that the lands em
bfpuced in the for mar military reserva
tiott of Fort Bedgewi^k, in Nebraska,
luiv lug iteeii punevod, ahall be Riibjatit
to actual pettier* tber&on,
to
MI
it Urn
spirit there­
Resolved, That the citizens ol this
community, irrespective of
party, in
tuass meeting assembled, do resent aa
an insult this attempt of a ooterio of
salaried foreign emissaries pawling un
der a prcteulioua and high-**nmdmg
name
organise a secret combination
uptm the pretense erf the insuring of the
enforcement of thia particular law
resent it aa an
they
outrage
upon
the
sanc­
of the home and the freedom of the
citizens,
and they denounce as improper
in the extreme thia action which muat
inevitably result in breeding irritation,
scandal,
contention
and uncharitable
(MSSK in the community, and auultifar
ions prosecutions in the courts, in gen
eral
demoralization
of society. They re­
sent further aa a reflection upon their
reputation and good name, the intima
tion that
they
elected
to en force their
laws, and the inference that they have
not due respect for the municipal law.
Therefore, confident that the proper
statute officer* have the disposition ami
power to enforce thia law that it should
be regardeed as any other law that its
enforcement
ahoukl be left to the muni
eipal officers as the enforcement of any
other law, we emphatically and unquali
fiedly condemn any attempt to organize
in our midst any auch gang of
tlie pur{»MttM proposed by
loud
and
his
tired of it
wiah yon
would keep quiet back there
Senator Faulkaer of
West
lutions
LIE
spies
for
MR.
Fielder
euforoeinent league.
HALVED,
That aoopy
at th—
VMO-
forwarded by the secretary of
tlii# meeting
Virginia re
plied with mook meeknaaa,
"1
hsia't
to Hev, William
Fielder
ami the editors of the newspapers of thia
city, the county seat of Bon Homme
county, with a request that tbejr do pub
lith the same.
WERE
Fr«*esh, J.
not
county, but
P.
only in
throughout
the atate.
The «lemMTEt« think they aea an
opening here. It ia understood that
the party leadera In the city are medi
tating a scheme
OJMUMHI
FFFEFTAASSTTTFK
PWRP©»
fa It,
V
signed by the
committee api»omted by the meeting as
follow*. VV. li. 14obing, T, (Jampbell,
John Krause,
J.
VL ZUbmek,
FT W.
Powell.
Scotland has no use for Fielder.
CAREFULLY DELIBERATE.
Sir»et Car F«r#.
Nothing can 1ms m»re dwiightful than
the earefttl delUxjraluuejM with which
the average woman conducts the mon
etary transaction between h«r»elf and
the street-car inductor says the New
York Sun's "Woman About Town."1
Hew la a typical which wa#
watched
BY
half a dozen amused
aengers on a Sixth avenue ear
or two ago
A
AG-
gnaasive tamjiaigu. li in understood
the bag, put the purse
and cloeed the bag. By thia
time-the
ONDUCUIR
BAG,
toon out
had given her her
change, and nam more #ho OJOII*J4 the
the
•purse,
CLOAYD
WHYf
W^-SAW*5'r?
Why
•O?
»TIEWH 4EM1
Who LOVFFLI UT*
afeat«res, seonifl
Be hstth the (iftbt w«
B«HI
KN {•NIVKLEW*
previous­
hia rights
DAAD BIN
THSWUIDW.
heirs
If
UIC rod
Thai W»ENOUGH fur HS t»
wkat «ait
bath
MUDS
It
fi,.. Anil,- "aniiO(
The IR.HITU,
liijrttery
PI 4AT
T.F
pall)
CH*U! E«rlb worm*. L«IRMWLS*TN «.II« •ell.
Aspire T« (HUGE MSIL«M'» PLIUI?
Or STRIVE »I MESKURR. 'MID UXRLR I LU,
TB® •trantfeeumple^ltissef WAA?
AS
well
MAY we,
earth
It was
cittxene was held here
Fiolder of the
ENFORCEMENT LE«ague
L»r« AND iew,
htretch upwarrt
FYOI« MTR »o)T
during
aent
grounds now included In
Boot-
the
purpoee
league,
of
cite.
maae mei'ting will be held in one of
the churches or ia some other suitable
plaoe
your brother minis­
ters and decide which church
at
urge
the people to be present. Also kindly
arrange some suitable singing for the
occasion. The
interests of
prohibition
ami
you,
aid materially in bring­
?«Y
The following reeolutiona were passed:
Whereaa,
The citizens of Bcotland
and
ERF
this community have aiwaya
prided themaelves on being
PROA
iilllrW,
A»«L «*H with DARING frmn, to know.
The
wherefor,-
AND thr OF tied!
MAIU'IAKMT J.
Preston.
OUTWITTED Till INDIANS.
the
on
to our minister*
"Pleam» announce
pita on Kunday
from your ptil-
that
YMR*T #40
that
two adventurous hunters, named Zeb
Pierce and Tim Trott,
BOONE
the neutral ground.
Hist!" commanded
or plane)
M.,
at which time
I
will
deliver a lecture on our prohibitory
law wad how to enforoc it.
county.
Here those two young nimrods
lived for some three
midst
ycat
in the
an abundance of gain®,
One still, dark night in July
were seated by
A
ing
small Are,
upon the
With the Muh'knosa of n cat
bounded
SOON
reepw tfully youw,
in attempting to escape
a law-abid­
ing community, and
WhereuH, The citiwsnaof thiacommun
ity
have aiwaya sought the
enforcement
of ever)' law on the statute books, and
are still in favor of the enforcement of
every such law
Zeb made ssvecal aflarts to escape,
but failed each time, Uc to
give up all hope* whea be was sud
denly revived by a
LOW
barking like
that of a wolf. la tile sound he
plainly recognized the voice of Tim
•Trtftv mu ajtwu MB eyes i« emeu a
g!irn| i»e of his friend, whom he be
lieved was in pursuit, but nothing
save a round dark object floating in
the water near met his anxious gaze.
At first he paid little attention to the
object, but when it came rio*er he waa
startled, for he recognized It to be
the head of a person whose body was
hidden in the water, but whether
friend or foe he could not tell.
The object moved noiselessly and
more rapidly at times than
which
would willfully disobey
the law of the land that they have not
confidence
in
the integrity of the sworn
the
finally
saw
A
PAS^
a day
woman with the smail leathar bag
that always aeeompantaa a woman
shop|»er seated herself la the ear.
When the conduetur entered tor hia
fare *dic opoued her bag,
the
bag, opened the m»r*s. dropped tile
ntekel therein, closed the pume,
the bag. laid the purse earn
ftiily in. and closed the bag, whih
the
.intent
look faded from her f«c,,
MD
she laarted ha«k
WITH
L&OK of ONE
the hnppv
of whom the
'world
oould
further
canoe,
ran under some low
drooping foliage, and the heart instant
the canoe struck a log In the water
with sudden force. During the confu
sion that
followed
the mishap one of
Zeb's guards gave a quick, smothered
cry of pain and fell overboard then all
wa» still save a
I-ound
like that of a
man struggling in the water.
The other savages,
SUPPORTING
their
comrade to have accidentally fallen
put of the canoe, gave vent to a bois
terous laug+i aa the supposed ill-fated
guard floundered back into the canoe
and took his station without one word
save a low grunt of
approval,
and
at
the same time he gave Zeb a pinch In
the side that spoke words of startling
truth to the prisoner, for it wa# Tim
Trott who sat before him—not the In
dian guard that had fallen overboard.
Zeb comprehended all in an instant
Tim had arranged the obstruction in
the creek and during the confusion
that ensued in eonseijuenee of the
canoe striking the log, he sprang up
and thrust his long knife into the
breast of one of the guards, then draw
ing the iKxiy overboard so as to make
them believe he had fallen out, he
climbed into the canoe himself and
took his station by the other guard.
It was so extremely dark that none in
the canoe
a single motion that
ww made, nor were aware but all was.
tight until Has touched
Zeb
minute after ZebV pressnt free
dom the canoe struck another log and
the other Indian fell into ibe water
with an unearthly yell—dead.
"Now. Zebu Ion Pleros, our
chance." whispered Tim.
Quicker than thought the cun
ning hunters sprang to their feels and,
•sizing the unsuspecting oarsmen by
the tufted head, tore off their scalp*
with a single motion of the knife.
W
took
out her
purw«. shut the bag, opened the purse,
took l«' vnt» therefrom, then ahut the
ith a yell of indignation and pain
the two Indians sprang out of th©
canoe into the water, and gaining th©
shore they rushed, screaming like
frightened fiends, oft through the
faros?, leaving arms, plunder, and all'
behind
in the hands of
v
Tim and Zsb secured thsfcr arms aad
went ashore. They rebuilt their
cabin, and continued to hunt two
yeai longer, during which time they
never saw antibftr Indian upon tb«
"Neutral Ground."
SMNAVE ENGINEERS.
A WMFEA Rwn THNRSXH Another
Ssv
A
OR*
TL^E BATIKS of
ted a hut
a large oreck a tribu-
tajrv of Skunk river, wlii'-H flowed
through that jwrtion of
th« hwM«i*N' Uvea.
"There
lt»O»
We M»r«h AITFI MENTION, TO
are horoet and heroai
there are heroines and heroines." said
Cbauncey
M. L)e EV*
to a
1
hliadelphia
Press man in speakidg of the matter
Of personal bravery.
"Tbsre
threw her open and let her
••The experiment
they
eon vers­
probable
SUCCESS
of their
summer's campaign and the profits it
would yield, provided the Indiana did
not pick up the eouragc
TO
enter upon
URN,
Before Tim coutif hi- serrtenao
half a do/en hideous looking Sioux
Indians* sprang in through the open
door of tb* cabin wttfe a wild deoaonaic
yell.
"Another
taming
hi* eye* toward ills companion, and
ranting bin hand.
What do you hear?" asked Zeb in
a low whisper.
"I
thought I lwarn foal—"
TIM
through the door and was
lost froin view in the shadow
the surrounding
WM FIKI.DFB.
of
forest
Zeb Pierce was not
set
lartuasts, for
BE
wu over­
powered and made primmer—not,
however, until he had slair twoof the
aavagea.
The savages phunrisrot the cabin of
all that would be of
US® AND
It on tire. Taking
then
"set
their
prisoner
they proceeded a short distance down
the creek, when they catne to a halt.
Zeb was placed ia the how of a
canoe, with his handt a^nd et bound,
while two of the savages kept watch
upon him- -the other ravage- acting as
oarsmen.
are
Wue-shirted men who go over our
railroad linos every day who would
laugh at you if you intimated to them
that they are heroes, and who, in
«|)ite of all, are as bra%e as any man
who ever drew a sword or carried a
musket. Kail road men seldom have
much time to think. They are cow
ards or heroes in a lecoad. Not long
ago one of owr engineers of an expreaa
train rounded a turn in the road and
saw that another train had been de
railed and lay right across the track.
collision waa inevitable. The en
gineer might have taken chances and
jumped, but he didn't As he wild
afterward:
-I
th.-
neutral
saw rirfht away we were In for
it
and like a flash it struck me that
our only chance was to go right ahead
and cut through it we could. Bo
I
go.1
was perilous, but
it was successful. He did
*cut
through.' and no one was injured.
This act of the engineer was that of
an exceedingly
courageous, cool
headed man
engineer on a western
road performed a similar act some
time ago with tragic results. He tried
to--or in fact
was forced hi try to-
cut through a freight train that had
been thrown acrtw th© track. None
•f the passenger* were injured, but
the
engineer and
hia fireman were
killed. This Is but too often the r«
ward of bravery In all walks of life."
YE MERRIE OLDEN TIME.
tl»« Villa** DO«WM- Palled VSETK
%lith A K«jr,
Did
JOB
ever sit down in a dentist's
chair, reader,
with the naked forceps
glittering above your head, and all
your faculties and senses abnormally
flert? Did you ever sit down thus
and open your mouth and point to one
of those old double-crowned cuspids,
that, like icebergs, submerge three
fourths of their bulk out of sight and
are more deeply rooted in the consti
tution of man than original sinP Iid
you ever, we say, sit down thus, in
the days before ana sthetics had miti
gated the barbarities of dentistry, and
say to that man, who is literally a
man of steel: "This is the tooth.
Take a good grip and haul awayP'
If you have you will know how your
grandfather used to feel when he went
to the village doctor to have a had
tooth extracted.
Th# stalwart
SOB
FKAKX
of JSscolaplua was
wont to lean back upon the forceps
and tug, and jerk, and saw like a man
Your grandfather grasped the arms of
the chair in which he was imprisoned,
and ^jjueesMsd them until his joints
cracked in order to keep from yelling.
But the agony kept getting wirrse and
worse.* The victim was sure he waa
going to die—when, all of a sudden,
the t«»p of hi* head came off with a
roar the planetary (systems rushed to
gether in one vast cosmic salad, and
lifting his bewildered eyes for a
moment to the disembodied source of
his misery, the patient leaned over
ami discharged a pint of blood kite
the dentist's hasin.
A TattCac
C*B»VYB
A rare curiosity is owned In Provi
denee. K. I., in the possession of s
llart?, mountain canary which talks.
It was brought to Its present home at
about the time a young parrot wii
purehaaed. The two bird* have been
in their respective cages, side by sidt
always, and while the parrot har
caught some of the singing notes of the
canary, the latter haa learned to enun
ciate plainly from its feathered friend.
It haa learned thus far only two sen
tence*, which aire: "Sweet little Dicky
bird!" and
"Oh,
poor BillyP* but they
are »poken with a startling distinct
tntormlioh.
JOHNSON, 01S0N
& CO.,
Have Nwetvacl their Ham
Spring flock General
Merchandise.
km
la the
tide.
But when Teh found the tfcongrs
that bound his hands and feet severed
and a knife slipped into his hands he
gave a deep sigh of relief.
elaborate display ol DEJSSS
0001)8, including the moat fash
ionable fabric h.
A complete and fresh atook of
KCERi£g.
Block.
l»*tu itie«gu
VRMT
the
triumphant
hunter*, who, as a warning to other
favatres who dared to Intrude on their
hunting ground, concluded to let them
off w|£h the ioa* of Uudr handaoijae
•calpn
Odd Follows'
IN
miwAum
SrpAtfl
TrM«-4 Mi(MaUi Itaatl
•*«*),
CO-.IACIL BLUST, OMDW SN PAAMK
CtMtl
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City
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C|IL»«O,
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»f ISM ALL MIA«SI|»L
fti liHaoi*.
MUM« rl ".*1
ISMTES,
Dakota.
For »•!»#, UI»IF rill*# OF P&*{ NG# MM!
frvlirht, otr unvtv
LH««
LU TB of
('8R*MO, Mtt.« /.:-«« Si-
R*F«tH
AT. P*rt
AILWAY,
or to MJ AUT •«/WHERE LU LL»«
Wor id
K.MILM:** A. V. li.CARPENTER
0«'! Tkt. ALFT,
fjgr~ Ku! it'f.iriuH1 ("Si i' rt irff-iif!• »i.!
T»*I" «*L"''FL »V LFJ' MLFILMIR-MLL T- *T
I'tt'I KIII.««r IKI'NII I.I ». II AL«AM
WIWUUAIA.
Pure Mixed Paint
•AND ON
Priming Ochre I
Ground in Oil,
-AT-
Quality cannot be duplicated in thia
below what other housm pay for goods ol less merit.
WALL PAPER
MARKET,
STILL ON
THE
HWW.AT
THE BOOK STORE.
SPRING NECK TIES.
Armfuls of Spring Neck Ties in new styles and*
colorings. No mingling of measly makes. Every
one bright, fresh ami new. A Itiager, better, brighter
variety than ever before. Call and see them. We'll
name the pries, fou'll be surprised.
SMI'iH & COCK,
0. H. WOOD.
WTMIALBFT IM
DRUM $ MEDICINES
FlMt STAWbitif,
Druggists and Jewelers.
HaaixjrARTKK* ro*-
Paints, Oik and Wall Ptpcff. Fine Gold and 8il?er Watdiei
Iewslrr. Watch and Clack Repairing prompt1$
and meeh&uieally executed.
UNION BLOCK. MAN AVBWtfi
FITT8, W. A. MACK AY,
President. VlolVgriiiwu.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
Capital and Surplus,
A General Banking' Business Transacted,
Foreign and Domestic Exchange Bought and Sold.
GoVYecUons a Specialty
CHAU B. KENNEDY, Prsa
WM KENNEDY, *Wjr it Tfeas
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Pliiafe Oootla, Albums, Fine Tollst ttoafMt
CViml»«, Toys, Fancy Osods,
POINTS, OIU, VARUL^HES, CALWMMM,
Wall Paper, and a full Sine of
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Pstsnt Medicines,
CHOICE PERFUMERIES-
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OoHMtcttt Got
taster eoMlMttf sraplored lo aMaad ta-OMIsetlMS^ WW'HuaOl"
couairy
Loaned on
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Real Eatatp for Bastini
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(%salcal Nstioaai B*oi, Nrw York, Fiwt Nalioasl U$akf€3kkmm,
Bioux Fall* National Bsak 8l»»ux Fid In, Rafc
Madison, South Dakota.
GENERAL BANKING IH SIXEHH TKANSACTED*
Makes a specialty of first mortgage and real estate lous. Boy
school bonds aua oik«r iw.ufitif.
CORRESPONDENTS.
PliUadslphia Finance 0t., Philadelphia, Peuu,
National Bank of Illinois, Chicago, 111.
Sioux Falla National Hank, Sioux Falls, 8. 0,
PFISTER & SWEENEY,
ISttcosMors to ¥. V. Hnichinsoat.)
BahriFrnilerers &
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CELEBRATED CREAM BREAD:
Wft Cftrrj a complete line of Fresh Fruit*, Canned Goods. Vegetabias
in **usoii, Smoker's Articles, etc.
BP^OY8TER3 *«rvd ixx erery st^ls day ur srcntng.^Bi
cartrfullj compoimdsd
or nicht
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Northwestern loan and Banking Go.
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