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v.\M!"'.v s»r VOBH ni i 'i-''1 CSS" FRIDAY EVENING, MAY TKHM.' WP M'BMrBi:'.!! 'Ii\ t, I y«K»r.,,., i»t l.l I, «1 «•»•«*••..., iBf t.ii i, 4es.t».|*fc,»., itm f,** r*.ik»r, t*w -r i.* viH'ihirni.K* 5 ....*• rti IM lUlbT Lai»u S **t riiHtwm ^2 I.I** I'iV fctt- *'»i riM'-mrc*^ l'i" t#' '*f »»4 thrHau-ai «. ittl i««t iitr»a«« Mi 4ul*e/t»« r» tl **vr«' «•!•••. t'. srun I'toprtetor. A Kuffati of Pythias lodgr bai been inetitutod at Elk Point, ••——^ww Faulk oouotj «m}uh1 KufTr.igfSts will hold ft convention at" Kitiikt n May 17. Susan B. Anthony Woonsocket dreee at fting. Oa.pt Van Etten of. HigiUMm has front* to Nebraska and will stump the atate for the prohibition amemlment'.un til the fall el^tum. J. A. census for South Dakota, ha* purchased th*» business The tusk unearthed Sioux Falls Argun Leader, 'Ms K. McKinney, who ts a member of the joint commission to settle up the estate of the late territory of ^Dakota, is back from Bismarck. The commissioners will meet Itff&in on the 20th at which time a sched ule of accounts will be submitted and a report will be prepared. .'ii ji Washington dispatch. 14 unaccountable roneon the appointment of B. H. •n Yankton diNpuUsh, 14: It Remonstrated that the ^prohibitory law can fur. Uk too, dctucd thai there h.«d -vrr Inv^ti an." in»j.»ropcr relations beta's*® himself und Mi«« Witw, and refu^etl to submit to the sopri(tee demanded of bira, bntj «eein^ ti»nt "h? ov«r h»rt» by the fiTjytn^n her parent ami t*.»Vii5g tw mt» :b h'-r to iVwrt her iu U, trtiub!e» i.o tjkt, a».'i tiw oorc nior prtMrnM. A1 uf t«io eyretnony was over the unwilling groom w«Qt again *o his home and his to®fhll bridt remained with her mother. A short time ago Wiese and began to think, from best WaketickT. superintendent of and material of the Mitchell lail Republican, and has of» must«km was recently near White woo»l dently belonged to one result entered hia duties as editor of the paper. upon It inches at the small end. evi a monster. in circumference at It ures 4 feet 4 inches in length, meas 14 inches the hug# end" and A convention »f officers of the law in Boatb Dakota l» i lxt?n called to meet at Huron June 3, for the purpose of organizing an association looking to the most careful and thorough enforcement of the lawK of the state. The attend ance is expected t.. U large. not Kullivac as surveyor general Sjf jou f)*kota lianjjn hit, and instead #f coming in today with other interior Appointments was laid aside. Tlie mem I** rs of the delegation were promised 4hat the appointment should Tuesday, and A Zisnert itfter the mteresta -flfcrmer living abut al! be in tide it is still held SJ). Tlin Fr»»»1ii«k Free Press ssvs HosweR load, haa shipped lwirrel« of aalt tnU |he southern part of the county to be djlistnbuted to the farmers and sown by ihem on growing gram. It is believed ihat salt is a good fertilizer and will Also hold moisture in the ground. This #npmeot is made for the purpose of ex Jpmmenting. The result^will be looked tor with interest evasion of be feasful issue hers. *r» dosed, and the law is being •ouee, while Lang will look of the An he brewing company. user A •TKAXiiE fJttK, A •e«tes*e xuteke »air(ta( Falee Aeesi- Oavi^nport. Iowa, dispatch, 14: One W the most interesting cases ever re ported haa just come to light in this k fpdity. The person in whom the inter fkt confers is Bertlia Wiese, the daugh ter of Henry Wiese, a wealthy German five nniee from Dav ^aport Am Uie daughter at wall-to-io par tfcits, and likely to mme Into the poaees «Aou of a comfortable dot. cn the day of lH»r mwriage, Bertlia Wiese was widely fcnown and much aught by the young Jteople of her neighborhood, but her ftivor was shown to young Goetav Eck •mann, a neighbor, and a deserving young man. There was no engagement between them, but they were quite often £(jgeth««r and there seemed to be aome •ntimont on each side Thing* went on atuootfely for «ms« time, but at Uud Mm Wiese noted cir IRimstanoes which led her to suspect fcer daughter's discretion. She charged tbe girl with having sustained improper ktiations with young £ckermann, but tfce imputation was indignantly denied. It was renewed again and again, till, tliough th»- girl continued to protset k(er mnocenm. her parent* were forced fejr overwhelming t-vidt-nce U believe tfcat riie had been cle7eiv«Ml and that dbe |Mis attempting to deceive them. ^-Dy way of setting the matter at Ike advice erf the family physician W. He contirmed the worst fears of tte iMirent^ ffhe girl dissolved in tears, but the evui**nce was too iitrong %ainst tW'r itti'J cKi the return hn»e k)u watt in larmed that site mu«t marry ticker Mann. Hiie bagged with the most laiartwuding impirtunitiee that, this be act forced upou 1«-?, hut her patents inexorable, the magistrate tuid the ycung man was ww wag V certain in delivered an ad Wmlnseday eve- the condemnation of their daughter. There were evidences that she was not in error, but that she was suffering from some serious malady of which they were ignorant. physician was consulted, that could be engaged. The of his examination waa sense of sorrow, shame astound ing to the parents. It freed their deep wronged daughter from the stain upon her name, but it burdened theai with will never pass away. An operation was performed upon young lady at Mercy hospital in weight. She is that leather figures iu. for it is to leather that we owe the introduc tion of light artillery. Leather Imperialists under ien. the fly worked to a sue While the saloons "obeyed" the original package continues to arrive, •nd there is no wuffering from lufh of Jire water. Two eastern liquor firms jfcave completed arrangements for the 4st&biishment of brauch houses in Yak Ion, (»eorge Brown having been en #aged to manage the business of '•"Tf?. a and guilt which the way to recovery, but her parents aw heart broken at the injustice done her and her mother is almost distracted at the thought of the active part aha herself liore in the matter. The probabh be annulled. can non have been actually tried on the battlefield and. what is more, turned the tide of one of Umj greatest battles of modern times. The leathern artillery inventor Kobert Scott a Scotchman vice of harLes I, brass or iron. But the olonel not live lontr enough to en ov greatest triumph of his invention died in 1681. and of was a certain CoL in the ser of Kngland. a U monument his memory 1 have seen in a church yard in i«ocukn. ThU monument rep resents him as aa aipor-clad, licriM tacne ana pomteo (m»ru. "In the very year of, the Colonel's death the effectiveness of his leather, artillery «a* amply proved on the memorable field of Sept. of the latter gave thrill tlie mifK-rlorlty." ENCOUNTER WITH A LEOPARD. t'onipwl»« Will Lmm aa Arm. A thrilling story of an enoountor wltli a leop»rd conns* from Kt rujguiige, in In.iia. Two young Knglbh gtntie men belonging to the locality went out to hunt a ieo ard that had been mak ing its pretence unpleasantly felt in the neighboring villages. Neither wah accustoroel to hunting or the use of flre-ariUH. but both were full of pluck and eager to show their powers. They Utok up their station on. a patch of cleared ground awaiting the lHjpard Chat the WsitUjr* wswi whaHjiig frtjtu hin lair, when suddenly th^brujfce leaj od on one oi them and caught him by the thigh, inflicting terrible Injuries. His companion, seeing his danger, tried to tire al the brute, but unfortun ately, the pie, v. iua the use of which be wae unacquainted, had iockc^l the gun so thai th# trigger would not move. He. triod to tk^t tinp leopard off from his companion, but the »nraged Ixast kiruM] upon bi n. stripping his arms and literally crunching his hand- Two of the Imat em came up and used their bamboo? wi«*h such k-lHny «*fTeet that the animal turned tat and mturtied to the jungle. The two Europeans w«fa n'moved to Serafgunire and it was found t^al the first mentioned was in such critical Htate thut he could not be removed. He died s.iortly afterward. His com panion was *enL to CsUeuttA for treat, ment and it is feared h.« will have to lose- hin arm. Only a short time pre vittusly a Kur«|»ean geuttc:n tn nearly lo»t tun ilf« ii| the same oiac from an 'podoi att*#k by a leo4rfirt Aa iu»«msim Bussian officer has invented luminous p»-ojwtile to be fired from ar^ •i! :r j#* ENOINU THi WAR. As rf the OssfieffHa Msg* eT hitmNrf. we iay facing as his wife cireuro stancsa, that there hod been undue hasto the "crater, "says a We w York Sun corrt^pondent, and 1 soon fkntnd that there was a "Johnny" boots." -Shoo! yon oan't do It ki a knodred yeara" ••Well, we are going to keep trying." He was quiet for a few mlnut«s, and then said: "Say, Yank, this la aa awful wah." Yes." *4leaps o* good this city, a day or to ago, by which she waa relieved erf a tumor of sixty pounds now on the mm oe» fair ••H ell. war marriage will LSATHBR CANNON. P»isuBitr»toi t«M IJcki Artillery. "Let me gi*e you a bit of history," •aid a New York leather other da\ merchant the "that many a student has overlooked. The o»»,ect« of peace are He came to my pit bringing his gun along, and as I passed him to the rear he said: "This uade the wah aad Pm powers ful glad of Rerknn yowr ften«raf (irant will be surprised when h« wakes up in the mawnin' and finds tfa i-clwi lion all pectered out «d^l am Yankee hard-tack." "He constructed gun* of hardened leather and ex pen mentally tried them The result was that they f«M pro nounceff~ *njfcsrtnr -to gnns mndr -A JB*»« .1W U St«»4Ily TH* iOOM whi.ah Leipaie, where* 7, 1631, (uatavu» achieved his Adolphun splendid victory over the Tliljf. ft in fiaid that it w&* owinif to the inven tion of CoL tcou lliut the victory was obtained. "The gvaa ware found to be eo easily carried that a small battery could from one part of trie lie Id to another, and thus artillery be brought to bear where most needed—a thing impossible with the heavy artillery of thai period. Certain it is thai l^ath ern artillery was u-^ed in this great battle by «u«tavu», though it is ly certain that the guns however, e jtial were used afterward. The reason WJUS one never of that that the leather gun* having deo-onstrated the value of light artillery, a way discovered of making the metal guns lighter, and the greater durnbility Om a yoong front iW 'r°'% 4 £'..i A.V the rebel lines armind Petenbur- that last witter of the war the men in the rifle-pita re trained from firing at each other, ex cept hen ordered to do s« U cover torn.- new movement Dae nigh:. 1 wai in a pit about half a mile from vrhat is known pat-* the ni..rUt in do you Another this time the a pit facing mu and only a steneV throw away. Everything was quiet that neighborhood and I had been in the pit about an hour when he oalhid out: ••Hay. Yank, what about IhH hy»r wah?" ••What meanT' «AVhen are you 'uns gwine ••When you are licked to quit?" out of vour betef killed." **y es." ••Honp« o' property going to wreek." ytm *uns lay it to meF' you are helping to keep lb.« going." ••And I hadn't orterf* •Of course notM ••And if I should OMM ov«r to e tatinj or MOLOKAU did from l«prtMiT. the IIlee Helen Kiavta, a lady lie of Irish parentage, wiio has ttnaeirgooe erected a long course of training to fit iter for the work of tending the leper* in the island of Loiokai. i» now in Louie •eeking an opportunity of -*ht restching h«r Hm $m\• afflicts the Sandwitch utianch I'ha leprosy which has now MI out a jrflo uns it might end this fweriafP ••It would help," "Well, seems that way to mc Ihw to be a sort o' duty. If I kin stop thiw WoodHhcd an' won't do It then I'm onery mean, hain't IP ••You are." as -Itw flMtfH la WM, eh ••NaM Then I guess I'll come. I'm sliejidin sight fur yur, and do you be keerful that your gun don't go off." for ®ore than "fifty £«ary devastated Hawaii, and which, owing to bh« p«jer« iess bravery of Father Dam km in hif life sacrifice of heroic charity amoni| the lej»ers of Molokai, has created an unprecedented amount of inu«rett and inquiry, is not. as many suppose thn Syrian leprosy which muter* whit* •caly look, and which the -*iabrated suthor of Ben Hur' so real 1stk»al!y «.nd pathetically describe# hs whiten ing and stiffening the hair to the com plexion and consistency of silver wire.' Chinese Ijproey has boen the wrn- inger to this poor people, and ha» struck its roots so flrrniy in their onstitutions that if its ravages are not srrested —aad thoro is no i obability if thia—the kingdom will, sief^re an other debade of years he passed, be iepopulaied of the native oiement. The symptoms of the maiady as it exists at Molokai, the island *et apart for the lepers, are: 1 hat the face be "Omcs covered with red bl»ti*hesi and the skin toughened wrinkkd and shining. And there is complete Loss of sensation. Indeed, anesthesia eeems po control the moral as well as the phy»iu*l sv«teni during the ,xgres« the ,di*easdi for with a sense of fatalism, the victim quieu* succumbs* to ite ravages, never of himself faking the slighteet trouble to arreet Its spread. It is of much signifi. anew that leprosy, which has baffled the deepest •H'iantisVt of our or an^ othi i ages. i« to be found in all parte of the globe and in places the fhoet dissimilar in regard to climate, temperature, soil and situation But of all u victims gathered together in various- .»calitietf confined in the remotest chambers of pest houses or wandering neglected sad alone there is no tion like this al Molokai in which a whole population ma:, bp *utd u hare ihs iBfltkw ni common OiaMt lam Ym, we are going to move.*1 to a friend she met on room that ing. 'Arty, eo that a gun. Is claimed that it will be ex treu, i v useful for disooveriag the movements of as oneny In a naval oont^t at aight The finest re«)'iem*- toe eaid Toledo woman the other day a sunset oar. Fre^l thinks we need a larger house, a» the children are getting along. But It is hard work this Amoving, ft tears things up by the roots #t l|rf've lived in that noose «M)d there's one strip of woodwork in I'd like to take with •»e.* ••Is it deeoratedr* aakad the (riood, witb interest. "Vea. tw |%e height of the children notched on If from f&ft tr»t year up to now. Hut there's 4m n4#s high,' i* goa#, I »«a« that be is the one we lost, and that record of five years ia—all that's Hmtlac ft appears from an interesting work m* Ft-jsMh hunting by the regularly e»nj»i«»y h4a in tlw eHy eaie by Kennedy Broa omte de ("outeulx de i *n^ien. which has re ntly been publish** m, Parts, that htre are now no fewer tiiau wo hu^l e«tabli^hm' nu in France, which upw*rd of eleven Ii unci rod horses and mo re than »U hM'i drtd eooplee oi Knglish bound*. .'•.'r '#, •Ml Am im (K« i.mtfr k A well known lecturer relates that I nc t-ccasion when he had i speaking in a country town, turned to the house whore been he re- ho waa lo htu»r#«* that ho »a»ive1y »peak. The gmwl u otnun Wlod'.v, soon as he would bring him could of the hou^e. (vsiy old lady, told Win to oaH wan in bed, and she a hot drink. co.rdingly ap She ao eared with some a bitter concoction and fragrant "There.M black and of herbs, steaming she said, "just swaller o' this hot herb-tea swnller it quick an you can, and then flop as on tor your hack bufon* it has time to run awa\ down, so it'll lay warm chest and heat on yer yer nil lung-, right in and youll bo the morning." The lecturer followed tmr orders, and wan all right in the morning, but he declare* that the. experience u^met all hi* Ideas of human physiology. 1 1 1 The IIottMtr tn Wosuu. Did you ever notice that woman gets on when a a conductor horse-car and falls back ncs«. the to collect her fare she invariably hands it to him leaves, asks a writer in as she a city paper. A man rider thy same circumstances will, in nine cases out of ten, ,(u ckly slip bin little nickel tn hi-* poeket, and, saying nothing about it. mentally pat hlms -lf on the for his shrewd- I.RMAL ierirwi Mstlassf Application for lUtter* of AisMS trmlioii To the c«unf)* court of th«* coiifttf of Lak*-. Soaih Detent* In ib« m*tfer «rf i u A e a i o i i N o e s 1* Srrrby glvt*e that J*m#« A liuilfortl h»* wttb tbejode*- of ihi* cwttrt praying for l« t«r« or »iJtBiM«!rRUon of r»t»U' of Al b«tTt an«t that M«)0(l*v, tke 2d d»v of a if, at on*- o'rl'wfe fa of Mid 4*J. hMog «f tcroi of thl» roort, at the of the coast.r in thv city af M«di »oti. In thr *»i(1 ri umj InKr, Iim »'*t for he«rtitf Mid |MtiUou, with «diI MHSSS lBtcr«*t«d h»«j uppvsr *nrt #how e*8#o war tke Mid Million •hotiirt uot erantod IHlWNs, I'oonty Jsdf*. N «ti* '")t-rk -as BA1KIXU, 0LLK4TI01II, IMe. F» Fin*, W frasldsat A. NcKat, L. a. VlesPrvsidsat. I I K S NATIONAL BANK. Capital aii Septa, 160,000 GENERAL BANKING BU8I |TE8S TEAN8AC1EB. "T^7 ss4 Sild. CMImHmm to sttcad to eelloettoas ta sarrseadtss cosauy. Ml Clwroi-ral National Hani., Hem* ork. Pint If* Uonti Bank, rfakavo Sjoux Kail. a*U«Ml Bsek, 8looi rail*, Houtt IaSota _J*KXIKItAL mKR( An elaborate display oi DRES8 GOODS, including tto ioaable fabrics. i cmxplete GROCERIES. Block. a. tod fmk »tock of In Odd Fellows SAMbHAMH. -Oi TOu_ McCallister Brits.' iioidware Store aou «xamin« The New Process Vapor Stove. IT HI A WONDER Of PERPECTIO*. A ttihfptnte fin# of Hears urtif Hardware and Build» era' Materials fW Tin SbfT ten ye#**, St, ^nneciion A. Kkkss« stbtor. s 9fe0tmtty. "AMI) 1SK. JOHNSON. OLSON & CO., .* 41a received Hew Spring Stock General Merchandise. witl ^..afiggaag ——111 the KIINDERT & FITZfiERAtn MM mmA*m AM| Hardware] Ghirland Cook iag and Heating Stoves. H*rb Wire, Iron fMpJ fipertinf Oooit, it. jnranp-iwgiansr i V •asrrtH Vimi Natiooal tfi jfe& j#" v*V t-v v,v, "y^jt Emblematic Poll Stodk—First KKORI A 1. IMV SXrORATIONN. K«r. Decoration l*y) Is Friday, May 30ths FUGS The -2- Book Store and to the Oity. raaraRKsr wkmm and sty W. NT I NO- Tri-col FEHTOONING BUNT I NO- Tri-coloml, by the vard. By the yara, R. Crest Banners. Women's Relief CV»ps G. A. R. Emblem Banners. "In Memoriam" Bannaek The Book Store HARKIIb ffi fin ii ispij II CHAS. B. KENNEDY*, Prea Ws. F. KENNEDY Sec'y ATreia Philadelphia Finance 1. S. JONES £*^ni IMP 6A6B i BEERMANV Barbers Hairdressers,4 OLLKt TIOlH, Kir. Citizens ]^4|ioi|^r X»BIBfQKXWrr8: Minnehaha National Bank, ^oux Falhk Northwestern Loan and Banking Co. Madison, South Dakota. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TKAN8ACTED. Makos a specialty of first mortgage and real eHtata lotos, Buy W ickool bonda and other O0ERE8PONBENT8. Co., D. H. KILliOY. Proprietor. €»1L awn UAMOL1SK, First door wt*f of P«mtoffice. bHdUMiVto Oorzx«r E3rra». ~rm sMtatuKsi «m mam. ft* nk SMS* .i. I jlitflflBjl cksbk i a »i. it,«» ia*tb otMi wtui skei»,srnfc 4s«uittee 'Cfea, -L 4 'r" Decorations AMD BUS118G8, Finest Ever Brought all oolon, Iftdterine and hangings, all kinds AMKKICAN HOIKLDS W elcons,** Bio. Memorial Flags. Chinese LuitsfM. JftpflHSM Everything for Decoration Day H. W. DiUUV, ?loerlv«U#Bt. #. TROW, Ctebtor Capital 150,000* Surplus $l0,00t, MADISON DAKOTA A Sjpneia! Sinking, Busmes? Irwspied, wmft money to any fart of Old WorM, an^ mfit ttdreti to mi orincnpal European porta on any of the leading linee of steamboat*. aad Mwtefil floods end sold. OIMMIMM sftde Mt pfBsptlr Chaee Natkmal Bank, Hwr Ymk EL CIjAPP, Vice Prfi 1. Za JOKES, Ase't Bec St Treae* Philadelphia^ Penn^ National Buulc of Illirmis, C'hicago. 111. ,bjoux Kalin National Bank. Bioux Falls, 8. D, RAMKttl (eXI-MnrieiKRV. Kir STAR BAKERY Lunch Conntrr, Ice Crcani Parlort Confectioneiy. OIL and 6AS0LINE, KEROSENE, Luce Oregat, ICE-l€"K. ifrffrrrsd ts 4sy pulaf »i !t4 iJ.C MITCHELL.