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fThe itub-oomnlittaa ?n Indian affairs
fj|U report in favor of an Indian achool
it Chamberlain
A tire in Pierre's Farm I^and purk
IIm other day did considerable da»«ge
to the growing timtier
jMiU-hell "despatch, 26: The county
temere' alliance, which held a tmrnoa in
lias city Saturday, instructed ita dele
(•tee againat third party actkm in the
•Itt* alliance. 'Fhoj remain iw«tnd on
w^inan Huffrag*4 and pruhibiti'30.
^'uouKX'krl dispatch, 136: On Satur
4h|y, Nerthey and Ducan Miiier of this
pill completed a oontract for the «nk
img
0f an
arteaiac well at the north md
at town. It will be a seven inch hoie all
the way down, ftobieaon of Huron haa
UK contract
The indications are that there fffl ba
a lively oounty seat oontaat in Hamlin
amnty at the fall election. The weat side
of the county which has the largest popu
lotion, is looking with longing eyee '»n
tke county office® and if Caatlew*xl
nasts to retain her honor* as the ooun
ty capital atu.* will have to do some
tattling.
Waahingtoii dispatch, 26: Represent
•live Clifford to day presented a petition
bus citizens of CanUn: and Ijincoln
inty asking that ronnrees
legislate
to
the recent deouuoti of Um» supreme
OOurt in
regard to "ungmal packagea.
Mr Gilford cHys he will iio all ho can for
I bill looking to carry out the wish of
Ms constituents so far as ha is con
T*b&«t tts*« neiwnp act thr au fWrtnten
dbnt 18 a«ihon7.ei U appoint «|ecial
0|nnts to enumerate Indians in oouth
Dakota this work will be of no Little mag
aituie. The appointment of'an agent was
Made Monday, O. H. Dahl of Sioux Falls
fc»«ng lite lucky man. He waa raoow
•wnded by Sanator Patttgrew. In per
forming the work of enumerating the
flfonta on tlie w»"v«ral miervatioqpl will
aake^l to gr
iLani Commiasionar O. H. Parker has
$» wade a repesrt of the school lands
ifcat have been leased and of those land*
«ttl tu leaae. Total receipts to date are
mw-%. Jfutnber of MK'tions leawetl
•IT. and number not lenaed, J.dTiTi The
OOniouaaioner estimates that will
t» raalized from the unleassd land
Clay county is the banner county. The
amount* rooaivad from tbo lands in that
«l»unty haiag t2,8»).4l Lawranoe
40ont stands at th« other extrama,
JttiTing r*intribute«i bui fill to tikis fund
Judge Hugh (!!ampb«ll Is reported
Yankton ax saying "I oarer da
diine a tiling until it is offered me. My
fktands belie re I have bean purposely
Ignored in the pMt, and are dtamtie
Sad l*h«r» has sot baan a time
Olnc-ie liiat I could not have b**M
•ad* wither aenator or governor if Yank
lim must# had given me her support
have swept through any con
fiMitiion. I am too buay trying to loake
living to (k»vU tima to politics, but
ay friends in Yankton oounty manifest
demrn to aopport me for govainor or
gmnator 1 way oousider tM pmpoat
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Waobingtou ii*pttu h, Tho aaokte
OimiRHtt«e im pubii lanik today re
parted hock the house bill amending the
public iaml laws. It had several impor
featkirm mud*- from the prinripsi
0CM repealing the tindier colture taw.
provided for rooimuUtiot: and isaue
«l patent* for all landw proved up on un
derthe
hu»v
jMrior Uj Maroh 1
tm*» have acquired
mtturn
good faith
fhtt wm introduced by Senator Petti
gp»w ae a separate Wli *»d d^ned
to attti* u# ki|fe j^mber 9t oontaat
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THE Daily --5- £,« committee* bui.
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.Fettigrew colled at the »miii buresu
an after an inter* km with the!
otipefuiteudent km id titers would bo n«
trouble in the app* »*slof the sent
hi by Silftervisor Wukeftoid of Houth
Dakota. A r*inplaint wm mini* by a
man who wanted to b© an «oum©faUr,
and he illeflfed that Wnk*flfl*i had ig
BtmKl the old Bokhara, and h»d not
Biade appointment* in accordant** with
the law. It Ap|eaM that in th« caae
o:t«d the immunity fM oompomwl ot
Ruwwn 0«nman«. and a man of that
aulioDHlity wan »oi«cted on aocouot of
kit familiarity with tha language.
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From M. HUaffwfcW
—P. H. HartK aad rsMttljr.
gy*otel correspondence of The Pally I^a4ef.
Pobti.inn, Oregon, May i£i. I thought
I would write a few lines to yon and the
readers of The Daii.t Lbaoeu. I can
not do justice to lj«ke county, lining
oomewhere elae, without giving nay best
reapects to so many homes in that beau
tiful county. In traveling from the At
lantic to the Pacific not a nicer locality
is there found than South Dakota, and
especially Lake county.
The country along the Uotaa
and the Central Pacific from the Rocky
mountains to the Oaecades, would be
indeed a sagabrush desert if the little
grasa, growing oo half the surface only
would not give it some lifa. Jt niir
acle how so many large herds of aatt ie
can maka a living. Thay are digging
fur the food. Thousands of cattle have
died during tha last winter, of cold and
starvation. The valleys are made pro
ductive by irrigation, the mountain
atreams furnishing abundant water.
The moat thriving cities are Cheyenne,
Ogden and Halt Lake City. The latter,
with the tine garden and pleasure
grounds, planted with treea, is very at
tractive. On or near the Cascade moun
tains the sagebrush finally disappeared,
and instead w ww* the immense deep
snow Telegraph poles could scarcely
be seen and houses were buried in the
•now. Here the railroad company built
a anowahed forty-tive miles in length.
Trains run at tbo ml* of Cotf flf lira
miles an hoas.
Surveying over tha Cascades was done
with wonderful skill I took particular
notioe how we went round and round a
mountain, through a tunnel, round it
ami through it again. A few hours
more and we were in tha Sacramento
•alley, where the grass was a foot high
and the fruit treea were in blossom. It
tH no wonder why so many choose this
for their homes. It is indeed a Garden
of Eden as it appeals to anyone that
crossed a thousand mikw of arid lamia.
But it is not ail gold that glitters the
poor are fonnd hare as well as the rich.
On my way from Hacranuento to Port
land 1 stopped off at Grant's Pass, Ore
goo, to call on Mr. P. H. Harth and fam
ily. Mr Harth has somewhat improved
in health. r*. Harth and children are
well, and are satisfied with their new
home, but Mr Harth'b mother would
like to live in Madiaon, 8. D. The ex
postmaster i« engaged in the real estate
busin«*H and ha* alao a clothing store of
which onu of the junior Harths is man
agar. They are doing s good business
Mr. Harth will soon erect a handsome
residence on one of the moot bapotifol
locations in town.
One coming into Oregon does not par
ticulariy like the country. The valleys
are narrow and covered with an immense
growth of timber, of which a good deal is
worthleae except for firewood. The Wil
lamette valley taataeof the finest in tne
state But everybody east in
this valley, so they wiU have to take to
the backwoods and establish themselves,
with the use of a sharp ax, a piek, grub
hoe and many hard blows, a home
Where was tfc&fp a good time?
Dakota funnera «ao congratulate
tiieiuselvea on having choeen the finest
soil, and may be oontent, without graaab
ling all their lifetime.
Farmers here are complaining of the
dry weather, whi)0 in southern Oregon
hoti Wi|oa depth of ttmm f* MX inches.
w«w
M,^t.
•niftthM.
Brookings Sentinel, 23: H»e writer
had the pleasure of visiting the famous
Harrison Day artesian well near Huron
last Friday, and was very favorably im
pressed with ifee well and the results so
far attained in the bo# of irrigation.
We never saw an artesian well before
wh«rt the water was allowed to tV»w
unrestrained, ami the volume of water
that spoutu out of the four-inch pipe is
truly aurprising The water which
flows down into the irrigating ditches
forms a tine stream, and muat |w suft
cient to thoroughly irrigate quite a large
traet of land A regular system erf irri
gatkig ditehes have been constructed at
it coet of about |M) per mile,and through
these the water ut carried to any locality
desired. How satisfactory the reaulte
will t« cannot be determined until the
system has been thoroughly tested, hut
it would seem that the distribution of
this extra amount of water over the sur
face must have a beoeticiai cflfect. We
incline to the opinion ihat a country
v tiU supplied with flowing wells tike this
in«s would hi.ve an abundanoe *of rain
.1 pre-emptwo lawfc| for agricultural purp»jses, Ixwidee filling
whew the par- svery Isike and water wurwc with living
water. Tbo Jim valley is greatly in
need of more water and we on* giaT that
they con eeoost fxvtet bMilth tho
td supply
ygqBORH'gipyp,
KrbMlar Mow.
Vermillion diepatch, 2«i Thia
imc »*wnrred a very singular
tion. At ten o'clock waa to *ocur the
hearing of G. E. Saimer for a druggist
permit to aell liquor under the new pi$
hibitory law, "Hie students of the iflSi
versity, to the number of two hundred
and fifty left their clauses and with ban
ners paraded the streets of the town.
Fully half the number were young
ladies. "University or saloon, will you
have the saloon?" "We are the people.*
"jbelwkJ our fate." In connection with
the inscription was 9 huge dragoon and
a large bottle with a snake raw ling
from its neck. "Spirit of education Of
spirit of alcohol*' and other mottoes qi
like character adorned fifty or moiO
banners. It wm a mighty protest. Af
ter the parade the students and citizens
filled the court room and the caee was
called, County Judge Jared Runyan
presiding. Mr. Saimer asked for a con
tinuance in order to procure counsel.
By consent the hearing was adjourned
till Thursday morning at 10 o'clock.
The students were angry because of the
adjournment, and immediately took up
a large collection to procure yjwd legal
talent Hin end mi not yet. I
Xsw. Ttimt's a Fart.
Hoax.Fills Press, 27: TheFarfo A%
gns objects to the way "the papers of
North I hikota are called upon to help'
out with the census, and they are ex
pected tu dr the work for nothing and
board thameelve*" 'iftmt* cfyes seem to
be big pulls modeon the potnotiaai e$
the press
Spring Stock Generi
Merchandise.
An dihomU) diaplny of DEhHB
(100DS, including Um faa&->
lonable fnhrioH.
MUK'E
B\wk
frail
In Odd Fellows'
riSMlTIKr Kl*.
TIM LANNON.
N«*u fin.l Tllegftii K'lC-
FURNITURE
ftsi Btlraas aid Ohambtr Suite.
LATaeT DHSIUNtl IN PLUSH OOOOf
HaidMiiu Line of fie by Otrriugea
Express Wagons,
AfHltte tlie Singer Sewing MachinSO,
ulTlalitiMr Sai mi jSh»«
Metto*.
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-as
liBXBBAL •KRilAIOlHB.
JOHNSON. 01S0H1
& CO..
Bo»e ^Mp^ytd their Nov
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IMAiN
mente. For plan and particulars, inquire of J.
DfilTl ASV
.—4 IO TO
McCormick & Eowlett's
FOB
THE
KI.KBRATRD
fRAT BROTHERS SHOIB.
REAL KaTATH
SCOTT & 8HEBIDAH,
REAL ESTATE,
Bu8ine88 Property
Residence Property,
Block Pro party.
Acre Property,
very ohoioe
orm
bsr
?arm
Landjp.
Hea^r to loan at Low ffate$ of lotomL
CKNTKK 8TKBKT. MAI)lHO*. DAK.
KR('«*IS
H. WOOD.
DRUGS MEDICmiS
.ftftt 9TATIQHERY,
Pluah Goods, Album#, Fine Toilet Moape
Bmehes, (Vm tn» Tnys, Fancy Goods,
.Paints,Oils, Varnishes, Caisomloe,
Wall Paper, and a fall Sine
BOA* AVBHUB,
of
Potent Medicines.
CHOICE
PERFUMERIES.
fully oooiponodsd doy
or ni«kl,
Allison. HA HOT
A
rtRXlTIRK.
A.
B. OLMOEE,
THE POPULAR
Furniture Dealer!
•I BW STOCK OP
J'urlor Suits and Rincy
Is joot ftso—yo« ought to see thon. t)o
pru"^ r.ir How -hr-nr
e«lb gtMnin:
Frakx Sxnam.
thnf
is whftt
€.:1T1' BMTIIARRrT
W.N.ROCHE.
City Meal Market
Mipt C4»*taetlr 00 kuM Ik* ctt&tass!
F^esh ftod Curtfl Meate, Fish, Fowl
and Game in season.
LIVRBY
Ward & Vreeland, 0.
SUBBiSUL BBO tei BAIQf,
JONES,
S.
At 1
TW^^f^pw^jp.
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nrrnlnnrn I
pert:
yglBfroa^ THtli Ai 3
wa^I nap*
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Hoiuustuad fettle oi Lots in Muriungsnle Addition, iias coinuieiiceti. There axt- sixtf
sightly lots in the Addition, which are to be sold at $100.00 each, regardless of improve*
wvmm
A.
-seas—-—1 .""
&
t»rtap
MADISON,
n^fcr. orKrv lomofKdfii
Oof^lUnanM at
SMITH & TftC%•
IWtaw, Botrfh Ikhoeot
I a«Ur» in
fftarm I*nd«, aty Ixt^
An»TlU.OT»
TROW, Madison, S. D.
1
L«M TlOii,
W. r. SMITH, Present W. DALY Vtce-F Wideat. t. A THOW, C^ebiW
Citi2ieqs jSFqtiori^l Bqi]lv
aplUl $50,000. Surplus $16,000.
MADISON DAKOTA
A General Banking-Business Iransacied,
Will reoi.it money to any part of the Old World, and sell
principal European porta an any of the loading lio
Otqr aod Monkupsi Boode hooght and sold.
ColiecUoo* made and promptly
Q0BRB8P0NDENTS:
JPirat NotjoooJ Bank, Ofcioegy. Chsee National Bonk, New Torf
Minnehaha Nation^ Bank, |rmx Falls.
CHAS. B. KENNEDY I*res
Wm. KENNEDY, 8eo*y Treas.
Northwestern Loan and Banking Ca
Madison, South Dakota.
Atn^ERAL BANKING BUSINESS TKAN8ACTEH.
J4.ajtt'8 a specialty of first mortg
municipol, ^nty nad schooi bond{»
CORRESPONDENTS.
clpliin finance Co., Philjwlel|)hia, ?ton.,
Katioual Bank of Illinois, Chicago, 111.
Sioux Folia National Bank, Bioux Falls, 13. P.
KKI «.M AID JKWKLRY
SMITH & COOK,
Druggists and
aBADQt'ABTKaa roR
if Ofti ttttd Woll Pnper. Fine Gold wed 811
Jewelry. Watch and Clock Repairing promptljf
and niechanicftllv cxecutcr
UNION BLOCK. BO AN AVMNUi
K
ntLt, ritl.tRS.
TUe "OWL" E1IH
IIAhKttV (OXIKITIAXKR) Ktr
SIM BAKERY
P. H. KILHOY, Proprietor
E H. CLAW, Vloa Pwa.
1. L. NEH, Aait Sec'y 4 Tnm.
e and real estate loariH.
other aoenritigaL
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33 3
i
fioknis
oof
to an4 team
boot4^
Bijf
Oao. Coon
?«r
Rte.<p></p>Hill,
JOHN HUSS, Proprietor.
iOTKI*
COMMERCIAL WHOSE,
OIL AID UASal lRlt
First door west
of Pogtoffice.
City- Livery,I jejune KEROSENE. Lace & aregoft
OIL an
Qcmt JEfOJR. MB»d JMC«3A ©t.
AJeo, Wholesale aig|
lud-ail
Cigar Stora
Lunch Counter,
Ice Creiuii Tarfor,
Confectioner j».
-^asss^j^.
™s" DOLLAR PKB DA
A RQUAJRT, FEOP»IBTO»

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