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if' U" #r AmII. f* '317* U:-. r'' J. .JIT K ~$x' ,'f.A *rV"V a Br WW»I tMily. r«m»r, per ro Ai»VKRTT*rtr* "fas I)am.v a»akea a »»l A ooutract has *een entered into by U»e Wyoming and Pacific Improvement company by which $15,000,0110 will be upeni in building a railroad from Sioui City U (Xlgen, Utah, a diaUnoa of 800 mdea, and Mr. Staecy haa been aviffdad the contract for the work. Three wells hnve be«»a flnwhed in the neighborhood of Bridgewater thia aprifig rHiigiag from 140 to 340 feat in depth, and each one aupphee an abundance of excellent water which n«ea quite near U the aurfaoe. People begin to realize that theae deep wella are tha in the long run. Btoux Falla Preaa, 7: P. F. McClure of Piarre i» in the city, and it might be mentioned tb© quiet that Mr, Me ciura aapirK to receive the democratic nomination for United Btatea aenator from the handa of the democratic eon Ventura* to be held on June UL at Aler deen. 1' „JJI1 jjjbbhbhbibhbP--? Radiit»Td dlisp&XCh, t#r Two Arthur Ehaha 'I'owne and Arthur David Fuller, took the examination for the naval cadetahip here to lay i**fore D. Baator.. J. Cory and Ir. Baaoom, tba examining oommittee. Towne, aatudent i»f ICedtiei'i, wae r)cUrto«a a«id will be reeommentiad. Puller ia from Broatl land. Beadle oonnty, and will be alter Hoe f? fSarkaon. fathar of tant Postmaster CJeoeral Clarkaon, died at Oee Moic^a, Iowa, Tueaday night. Mr. Clarkaon waa born in 1810, moved to Indiana IHiU and lived there until 1855, when be oame to Iowa waa elected to the atate senate in 1853. Btnce hie 17th year he haa l»een connected with the newspaper buHineaa anil for the past twenty years haa been agricuiiuxiU edit W rf the Eegidter. uj—4^ A Lower Brule brave went into a Ly waa grocery store the other day to bu atxue gfMxia. and itecaaae the grocery tnaa didn't "get a move on himself" faat enongh to suit his aboriginal notions of celerity pulled his scalping knife and per formed a war dance. The grocery man *r»gjp4 ia atx-abuoter when the Indian i beela and never stopped run «ing aatil be arrived at tbe nwcgr, Sfe mtles dtataat nabie deposit* of uranium ware 'itooirered tbe Black HiIIn *r n i v v n a n n o e v e n e o n s i e e THE DAILY L* AUJIIXV .a (^Hr|( bee,, flttUHSDAY EVENING, MAY 8, MM. j- imow by what authority, as I ham said nothing to indicate that I imr date, I' I ww ©eodidate I would not Of wail. 6 t...• feU*» •B ftsslsf* of i«M»e inform*! lS* ST* Md rmMlOM of thr Cl!' i*t U l|^ at lane#. u J*1 "f '"VTstaBI.. of July will a»ljourn about tbe I5th •BBC Oanton preparing tow of water work-. to put In i Vol. I, No. I. of the Bioux Rrila Bmi Keriew ha» Imni mvixHwi. D.CKm ha* tieeii fiypoi ttled •t Fatrbunk, Hully oouBty. port Tb® dsdteatkm of the o«w Baptist flhurch at V«rmiUkm baa bean poat yoned t» the 18lh tnat Jamea PniiK'l^ f«rmer reeidiaj near lindgewater, k»t thrw hortina by •troke of lightning laat Fril«\ night* QM The SosndinHviana of the state, in con vaotkm at W«tprtown, endoraed A. O. Ringarud, preaent »ecret«ry of atate. some time ago, but no efforts have been made dtfWlop the miwaa o» aooount of lack of teanciai ackiag. It ia said German capitalist* have reoeatly become inter eetad in tbe matter and will tn all prob ability put in a plant for reducing tho The metal ta very valuable. It ts a« a pigment in the manufacture of porcelain, chwaware and for utixer pur poeee Id color it ia green and tyxwn. Tbe green ta wortii front f2 to f3 a IMNindt while tbe brown ia more valuable tiwn gold. Hamplea of tbe ore were Mat to Germany and were pronouooad b| expert* to be the richest ever aeen. "J!l.l" Il- Huron ilisj»atf*h, The republican 8ste central *mimittee will meet in this ttigr to morrow afternoon. Tbe meeting le for tbe pnrpoee of deciding upon tiu 4fane an«l pl»(«e for holding tbe next re fNlhhcan state convention tm the noiu ianUoit of atate officers Tha attend •dee will lie large, near!) all of the fort) •fat Members having aigmtied their in tentn.fi to be preeent. There te aome gp«eulatto« to what city wiU be fa W»t«d with Uie ooaventum. Among in eCtatiooa thai will be presented A her duen, MiU*beil, Waiartown and Bioux Halle are oo tbe list. An early (kite for 4fee ooevantioii will be named, |nobhlj early un« lu Mitchell dwiytelt, 6: Yuur oorreapda- tUsnotes jt that a gentleman of Btoux "who ia on tbe inside and ought to koow," in an interview with the Frees Importer. oa#ts his eagk- opticf over tbe 4p(liiical field and gives tlie situation a P»aera! auing up. In referencie to tbe #mteet for state reaau rer h»* aays there W- four c«ttdklatee, and name* Hon. k. Howdla Muz-iwll, at one of them. ||r. Bowdle waa intJfvbwad on the sub1 |lKt this moruiu* and reapouw Haul: mi noiahave not ^rw# i ko« «nch thing ha* mentioned by a few, but I do not ^xv^liuid dispatch, 6: Prmwpliy em' tih* taking effiM't of the prohibitory law the saloons of this place closed, and it is doubtful if any community in the state more obedient to its requirements. On ftaturday last Kev, Wm. Fielder, of the enforcement league, came here and is the gueet of tbe local minister erf the M. £. church. Notwithstanding sonu» might have npprehenthxl that, from the tenor of the resolutions reoently paused at a mase meeting here, the gentleman would not be treated with that degree of consideration by the public at large that might be expected were be not a meaiber of the league, we have not heard that the ahghteet ground existed for snob apprehension. On Hunday he preached to tbe congregation of tl»e E. church, and on hist evening he held a meeting at that church, when a local or' gumzation, auxiiiay to the state league was effected, with H. Torrey, president, Wm. Behl, secretary, and son, reaau rer. Wilt Kail* tel»ea4w**€ Omaha «lixjMitch, 0: The Fremont, P3khorn and Missouri Valley company has at length arranged to build two ex tensions this summer, oomprising about thirty miles of road. The first covers a short gap between Whitewood, tbe pree eut terminoa of tbe Black Hills branch, to Ileadwood. 1 he other is from Buf falo Oap to Hot Hpringa, 8. D. Tite latter, though a short line, will, on ac count of the immense tunnel that must be cut through the mountain near Jones ranch, cost a great deal of money. It is estimated that this tunnel will be at least 1,800 feet long and be cut much of the way through solid rock. The company had expected to reach Deed wood eventually, but waa not expecting to get there ao soon until tbe Burlington commenced building a line from Craw ford to tnat point. The Hot Hpringe branch haa been demanded for two years, and at nee travel, ax well aa traffic, to that resort has increased largely e«4 nromuMMi to keep up, il cideu to build this summer. #T|W 01LBERT WORKS. Hik* Lthnttbt Wi4t* «Nt#r H» M*e i •oars of th« Homins, W. 8. iiilbert, the dmmatiat, In the small hours of the morning, beginning work at midnight, and of tan keeping on until after the sun has risen, says the Sheffield Tele graph. Like many literary men. his vein of composition will not flow by day, requiring candlelight to stir it Into activity. In preparing a libret to ha goes slowly but surely. Hitting upon one ol his character istic ideas, be turns it over in his mind during many long walks and solitary cogltation^j, adding circum stance# ami incidents as they occur to him. Then h» makes a rough sketch of the ploi, which he puts away. A few weeks later this skele ton in carefully written out in exten •O. with such additions and improve ments as may hare occurred to him meanwhile. This too, is shelved for awbile, but ultimately the perfect framework Is made which only needs —ii *m expression Is allowed—the wedding to it of tbe dialogue and tongs. lifts at title atage that 8tr Arthur Sullivan comes upon the seen®, for the writer has to keep the musician's needs in view, and tho composer must bear tbe writer in mind Tbe writing of one of their famous operas entails much labor and endless consultation upon the collaborators. Playwright and composer often see tbe morning come in at tbe windows while they sit over cigars and cigarettes, discussing with the most anxious care poiats which to others might seem of little moment. But it is to this untiring in duttry and care tbattbey owtraok «f their succea%v WCAMtNO .bean OUT IHOCII km tfc« w«* n •f foot wmtr. A wrju-r, in answer to the fittest loo, •'Are more shmm worn out in wet than In dry weather?" says there am more actually worn out, fiarticularly at the bottoms, when the weather is fine but the destruction of shoe* is at least 26 per cent greater during wet spells. In th« former cme the shoes have not the protection of the rubber, and they grind out rapidly, but then, again, in •torrny seasons hundreds of pairs of shoe» are caught in drenching rains without overshoes, and they are much more Injured then than they would 1* in a month of walking In dry weather. A long walk in a thorp ugh ly soaked shoe cause* It irreparable damage. The strain In# motions of the foot in this soft maee wreak damage that could never be )v»«sihle in the same •hoe when dry. Even the soles oi •hoes worn much in the wet, especial ly those of the jworer grades, hav their term of tMttf«tla«Mi curtailed. mm Was a have only known tm weak. darling,*' abe cooed affectionately ••and here all your fear and hesitaocj Ia over. Had you chosen »cmu flip pant., high-flying maiden In .tee/l, «bi might have kept you dt.i g!ing unde eldtMlV y at her* h«M?U *or years. Know ing how and beiug able to avoid this,* she added, **is the ou|^ poor widowt giowia" ys ^S' v •.*. *. .* i ,\ -V -. •fc ft wm a candi- b»f«itate to my eo. I bava wailo arrauge Bienth entiroly ooatrery to any aucb v.1 A ,PM v .« t- ,-:Jj'f* J^&k OH AT OF THt TUHF Tmi*«ten rontlnuso to be a stron| fa vorite for thu Brooklyn itsndlcap Tb«* ne*t-)ook)ng younsr^«»r lu tlv Bel mont Stable is said to be the hsrother to 8t. Carlo. The Oratbiaaa year lints ««#stet of forty six head thi* year Tweot four of them are oolu and twenty 8HW- Ten Booker in now said to be iokiag like a colt at Cllfttm and people w o fw* low the ra--» will do well to keep »n eye on him. Gallatin, wbo was nought by Frank Bryan from tbe Caatle stable for 9X00 for a gentleman In Bermuda, is rted to have Worn* a workj-beaier that island. The horse has won almo* v« ry raee he started in. William McComlelu a WUher to tbe well-known own«r and trmtijer J. H. McCormick. has Joined the Caath table, whi« rontainn now eighteen thorough bredp. Half of the lot wtM be train«*d by William McCormick and the others by Charlc* Duma*. The veteran trainer John HauniKan. who has handled many good and who develojjed flr«*t for the Dwy Bros their f*rack Long*treet, has been quite ill at Midland for sona« time with some thing Uke pneumonia. lie ia now sktwly recovering, and his physlciaaa say be is out of danger. May King, the trotting stall in pur chased by W K. Spi«r In Januarv. 1 »*«.•. for S i.OOO. has i«een shipped to ^ossr^ Slblev !t Miller of Frank ford. I'a. The purchase price I* said to he f^o.ooo. The stallion U 4 years old, by Elei iioneer, dam May Queen, by Alexander« Her man, sire of Lulu record. 3:15. Among the hir«es now In active train ing at the Louisville ,lo«*key club s tra«*k are three candidaten for the Derby, namelv I'rhice Fonw a chest nut colt, by Prince Charlie (Iraysosi, a bay colt,( by (ieorge Kinney, and Outright. chest nut colt, by Onondaga. It is likely that Isaac Mutphy will ride Orayson In thn Derby. At a recent horse-race in New Zealand the course uy across the tend* at Okra bay, and through delay the ttd« row !*o high that the horses bad to salni some distance before the winning i»o*l When yon see gossamer flying, be ys pure the air Is drying. When the glow worm lights ber lamp, the air t* always damp. If the moon ri^es haloe*! we'll tread on deluged grouad When the peacock loudly bawls, aeon we'll have both rain and Mjttalte. If the moon shows like & silver shield, be not afraid to reap your field. Evening red and next morning gray gfr certain signs of a beautiful day When rook* fly sporting high in sir It •hows that windy storms are near. When ducks are driving through tbe burn (brook thai uight tbe weatnet takes a tarn. If at tbe mm rising of Mtttag tba clouds apie*r of a lurid rod! color, ex tending nearly to the zenith, ft l» a »ttfe sign of storms and gales of wind. A rainbow at night Is the shepherd's delight. This is also a jtood sign, pro viding tbe wiad be atiUsrly, show* that the rnin ekmds are away, MANNERS OP We never see a bate he I or that we do ftot wonder what he does lor some one to scold at night The mo#* sr«Hii! are to he fonnd In the field of the man who talfcs |he loudest about his field of labor. If you doubt that some mee wre eco nomical, watch the way tfeef mm m«m thing* they have heard about others. Very few thing* will -sake a man feel worse than to bave his *mo" accept ed when he expected to be eoaxed into say "yes." Some men are like tbu dog that goes so often to see that his bone has not been stolen that other dogs find m\t where It Is hid. Constant praise of ft man bos a tbo denry to make others dislike hits, and coii«ta*t abuse of a man will raise np friends for hint. There never was a farmer so honest that when he drove Into town he did not drive mi though he had hard sr^sk bald- ing in bis plug work horses. LABOR NOTBSI Massach.isetu sells the prcdaet of bar convict labor in the market The N«w England granite manufact urers will pay their mm by the boor after May 1. The Bo*ton Branch of tbe Sailor* and Plreirsn ii union has 275 members and a fund of £3oo. The girls who work In the stores and factories of Detroit average between $4 and ,*» a week There i# movement on foot through Out Hew England to ston ihfe fine* In tb* ccuoo mtilaT 4 4 wm reached. The result waSi that ne of tbe animals, which weuld otherwise have been beaten, ramc off vietoti" .* on ac count of superior natatorial p«wers From Australia cone* the statement that the Hon. James Wbtld about to retire from the turf. He has be*n one of the most successful that ha ever ap peared on that grfat continent as the well-known colors "blue and white" have been carried to many a victory. During the many year* that Mr. White has been connected with the turf he has placed U his cradit eleven Derive*, eight Ledgers three Cnaa»|4onn, three Marl by rn on plates, three V. It. i Oaks, Australia** cupv .thttse Mvlxojjalt tans, iwm Melbourne *u|Pi, fw'it Ascot Vale stakes, one Newmarket Imudh ap, *.nd one Sydney cup. Penu P., wbo waa mumum:i to be a fandldate for the Derby, will not flart in the great event for tbe reason that there b*s been a mistake made in hl« entrance. Mr M/^. his owner, and Trainer Murphy hale be« n pnd» the Impresnion all that P» nn mm in the lK:rbv entries, and knew no better until the other day. Mr Mark also thought that Ltzzle Fon» was entered in the Clark stakes, but '-arned lately that she was not. now th• mistake In these entries occurred Mr Mack says be dor* not know, but says he waa certainly guilty of great carelessness in not hav ing tb« error £orr*£jcd wli'.ii. the entries were eloeed Aug. It, itm* mml0 SCRAPS or WEATHER WISDOM. *f Auk* HirrtsM te M«*p AsM* Dee Moinee Capital: The time by when any president can bo choeen for u tenu. If Oer, Har rison shall be nominated again lie will be beaten Not that he shall not ileerrve re election, for he will. But he will, in the discharge of bin plain duty, offen! enough people and enough of in fluential interest to defeat him. The faet that be is making an admirable president will not count. It hi hard ft* any man who does hi* duty in a grea4 office to be roclioeeu, and it ia the be«4 evidence that he does hta dnty that bo haa provoke strong oppoeition. Them is no great lasue nor enthusiaam now, Much ae gave Lincoln and Grant tint second terma. The republican party ota nominate a new and wuu Thr rarten** Bneiaeae. Johu Lan he, n Sioux Palls dealer, advertisee as follows: I wish to inform the cilisem of Bum* Pall* that I am agent in Sioux Palls for Val Blatft* celebrated Milwaukee beete and Mo Braier's famous whiskeys. I have mm on the road five carloads of Blatz' TivoH, Weiner, Imperial, IMvate Stock and Munchener beera, put up in qaart* and pinta, which will arrive in a few days and which I am prepared to deliver in any part of the city. I also expect daily a carload of McBraier'a fine whudcya, put up in pints, quart* and gallona. My pint^ erf busmen# is fit th® oWI corner of Ptiillijie avenue and Ei eteet flptM u •Serif t:ss*»»«lss Sioux Palls dispatch, 6: The boktiag of the state republican convention at an early date is opposed by the promi republicans oi this section. Everyone feels that it i® not necessary for the wboie state to be inconvenienced be cause C. T. McCoy's chan3ee for oon greea would lx* improved thereby. cm1it brook IjOCsI ion is waruimg up and the wafriore want time to gnnn» tl»» ir tiery steeiln. mt frogs, A strange battle of frogs is reported to have taken place in a stream which runs through the ground of a temple at i okio in Ja|«o Some hundreds of bullfrogs gathcrod on their baolc. Then a terrific baUlo ensued, lasting from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.. and It Is stated that when the combatSnished the waa blocked to such an ex tent with the bodies of the slain that tbe course of tbe water ni •lmost totally Impeded. Ifntifrl—• W mr^m 4 says were '(••wave ef l4mhi d*ntlst says Nevada county, and Pcrvine, Kev. fpars *go, the stud, a fine racer, eec-a|t*d'to the moiicl&lns and has since defied enpture. By ti*s|iwraU) riding stockmen manage to get into tbe band every year and drive out tbe colts. Tbe horses range on tbe highest peaks beyond where cattle or sheep often go. I'hey only go to water once a day. and Uifn in single file down the mountain trail as fast m» they can run. They go hack at i^etr lofsure, W 11 MOW 4RK. KUNDERT & FITZGERALD. UKAJUEBM I? UEAVT *HD BHU Hardware! Garland Cooking and Heating Stoves, Oliddm Bsrb Wire, Iron Pomps, 8ptriui^r Goods, v^C, I1KS1TIKR. XBTOLMORE, THE POPCLAK Furniture •I'M NSW STUCK O* Parlor %ulU and Fancy Chairs Jajosttoo—you-'MK'i.M toseetbem. Tbe pn(* OK my Mow cheap that is what sells thses goods! C1T1 BRAT I tBliT W N. ROCHE,'" City Meat Market. I Ky|* COBtMSMIr U» USB* MMBWW !F»e»h and ('ured Meata, Fkh, Fow. I pid CNwm in mmm. .x .. V »*. i FURNITURE FUENITUHE FURNITUF^E FURNITlTRE FURNITURE FURNITURE FURNITURE Qmm If wholesale destruction lurking in the majority of dentifrices offered for sale, Cold water aud a h«rd brush ought to be :*!cient in denning the teeth, but If an added p, *p*raUon is desired, prepared chalk ia the beet and slmp!??f fn The chalk will whiten the teeth better than agy is more eioan#irig. FUgMTURB do^rifrloe^ Wltit HsrtM ArnMt, Tbort Is i»aid to be a largo band of wild horse*, led by a Uuiroughbred known to the stockmen as the outlaw stud," ranging Ik ween Truckee. OKyaodM mm KBNKBDY, Prea. Wm. F. KENNEDY, Sec'y 'fc -k AM. rArfcs FREE Ware rrm urt'll'^iwwl Ibot tbot wo are ffotag to fO» our wall itaper customers, on the first day oi July, with n Lady's fine gold watch worth $25.00 also with a beautiful silver water service worth §15.00 These are both ab solutely to be given away to thoee who select waif paper fiftan our mammoth stock tbe m«*ntime. Tbe method is to band every purchaser a numbered ticket with every dollar's worth of wall paper selected from onr ftock On July 1st ticket-holders will assemble at our store and draw lots for tbe presents the only stipulation being that the tome oue tomer shall not secure both. Remember, these flood fm The Book Store! We are now prej^aretTto tlo p«peFliaBgfri|r*f^l ItglA'rtTjfw in the city at short notice, in the best |M«stble manner 4WA aud kta \sf^x\ir ur ri .1ITI RK mi New FUKNITl KE FURNITURE tice. UpiUl ti).(0e. Surplus |l(»,(KO. MADISON DAKOTA I General Smtlrrng Bosines? 1 ransacied WUlrwdtmooey toooy partol Urn Old World, and i oomty of tbeleodin« booght and sold OollectioM Mtfe OOERB8PONDENTB« VIM Notional Bonk, Chicago, Ohase Katbnal Mtnnehoba Kitiml B—k. Bwux FnlU. A Ttsm. Madison, South Dakota* A KNKKAL BANKING BUSINESS TKAWS1€TE». Make* epociaU ol tint mortgage and real I'lona qwfiiri}*!, cottnt v and school bonds ana other socaritMia COftRESPONDlNm Philadelphia Finance Co., Philadelphia, PaBIL, National Bank of Illinois, Chicago Sioui Falls National Bank 111 Sioux Fitlls, S D. IAKRRV COMriMTIONKBT. mm, PFISTEB & SWEENEY^ (Sut'.'e»»or^ to F. D, Hutchinson.) m\KWm 09 THI CELEBRATED CREAM BREAD. W# Wttf ft complete line of Fresh Friiita, Canoed 0o«4k in aemon, Smoker's Articles, «§e. UTOYBTHRS eerred in every style day or evening -fc COMMERCIAL HOUSE, ••TKIs 3E" "V^.YV, 4 decfc TIMLANNON. Klegmit Besfgns in Fumtluw. Fine Bedroom and Chamber Suites. The Latest n» fn tfiurti Hoodn, A HhikIhohio Line of B&toy Carriages. Lxpre^ Wngons, Agent for the Khew Jewing Miwhlnfa. I'pdertaktag atteHilfd to vn short as- R«!iKI!*«i. €«E.i.fei,TK«fKM, Kte. W. SMITB, IVsWeot. M. W.nALT,VWPi«*»tsot Jl TROW, OsobSei Gi\izef\b ]^2|tioii^l to tad B» EL CLAPP, Vice Pim HU JO.VEB, Am*% Seo'y Tq w. Northwestern loan and Banking Co. --r^'% ^TTwlLAlt BAf. tUART. PBOPWJBTOa. •-V- I 1 fvis i for f. prei stal Mir •Job for I 4 n fu r-n cK n ('i UT agsjji.'i'!!". jaeiaBi send Wbitn can't Illaine In a /tr-TM«ar parties i-nck wish th lifo. ho] upon ti A let Andrew Mad ISO oontain "1 linvn left Ma iler*- ha this oou remitted. Batoi arrival oonntary. pretty porosity first met ranche 1 and if on his w Last e prelim in the enU the gran »d»son ing gentl miiuie o uiitte a utiaiitte M««iallisi «.'lJirk# Ik Clougfa, I streeer, bell, J. EL probably will bria# ttaen of tb Dakota, a be of grot excellent gue^te, valuable talned th« new state B,„ A poet i root— of held this 1 M. Jeuka, L. Clar heart rew nomneed The stom. entirely ev ^he brain give it as auneto he oope i faint K ytu V »«. I IMS* .. i :./23§S ir!