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.,1 p- I i tf. i, i 1 v THE DAILY LEADER. MADISON, MtirTH *K"' "S ONDA EVT&NINH. NOV \«& TKH« e*2Nv4tima$ I, i y« i, II *f «arri*r, pet #„,A. ftcfclsr «C fsalk Jot* R. DssiM* of A. V. Msll«U« of Oeitsgtse. Lisa tents I Go^ereSt— i*o iMfcasa «T Wstosertfc. ••cmsry of A. O. KUKprod of Uslda. w. W. Taylor of SplMk L. c.THisrsfansas. PwAt»onwy Robt DoOard ol Hot* Ueaa« f^r R«a«ftBtead«Bt of Pabhc InatractlM— Cort«z Helm on of Turner. 11—Inn i of Mtkooi and Pabils I4M T. 8. Hath of Kn»*sb«ry •r of Labor *o«i SUlwIlBN* K A. Httlth, of Ch»rlot Mix!. LfCtalktiVf. YRFTAK BAAA^H UN O Heire«a. MMwr MHrOHMt* I ij1 tjii mrvmmv w Ch*pm. Wtt R«fl*Mr «r BEACUL--- V K *4d«u. 9* 8h«fts- Fruk W BatU. M. MifUa. W* BmrnmAmrnrnn C.J. ForUr. Jo*m Urefor. 9m il«|MtaMai—t oScbopl» A Yod«r f«rCi J. S. Jose* Martin CHmmiu Til It PUTWWI. tke npublioana of Booth Dakota oooventioo aaeeoibleiJ, reaffirm the ppacipiea enunciated in the piatform of Ike national republican party in 1888, Hd meet heartily mdori*e the adtnima of I'raauieui liarriaon and Qov fHxir MalletUi. We renoeniM with plMWIW 9» retKlertMi our #tate by our United senatcm and repreaeotativee in MN^rMW. Wr (Htor aa aaMndment to Ute tonati tjuor. if t%e ata«e ao thai the taffialatora be authorize!i U moaGl such 7r^rfw:.w mur*' l.rm IA ww* TO A»vsirri**Wt. U 1.S*ush—k« JformsU- c«ircnn« **, a ^MIIVH «f !6* ll 1 Mm hag i ih«' jMr* and fffKHsn 52*1*4* &t unce. 0arv»aacA I»S»«KS«* •T«r) ... r. STABL. •M«. IHWH a* fill enable the state, oountien and towa Atpa th«MiB to maintaia a tbopough tptomi of irrigation wham needed, and r^rtiblioaQ party, now as heretofore, in aympatby with every material dfevelofHttent of oar coin mot) wealth ,here pledge ur hearty Kupjxirt to all lean urea that will tend to the develop Weni «four agricultural reeoureen and IP? urgn upon the general government U Mi tend prompt and liberal aid to the •raeUcal eetabliahraant of a syateto of #Ttgation by meant of arteeian wells HiUun the arteaian baam ct thi* state, «nd urge ui»on our senators and repre i^ntativea rongrea« u wni iniie to uae beet efforta to oecure such aid. We favor roeh exjtanMicnt of our cur *M** will meet the growing demand Qt our increasing population and wranta, §nd offaet the contracUoo reaoltiog from |he witbtirawai of national bank ctrculu |M*L TO Jarms, thia end we favor auoh legiala .Jjioii tm will utilijs** the entire product of -%ur silver mines an money. We favor nuch a tariff on all importn |toc«, iiiau ufeatured or prcwlued, mrwiit fully protect our laborers, inanufactur ^r», farmers and miners frt«n the ruinoiu» l^.njpetition o# pauper labor of other ountnee and to create and sustain a tome markat for the pitxluota »f our giTtng to «neh a living cuargua of profit W« also favor Hon. J. 1. hlaue's re (xinmacdati(MM» of reciprocal treaties iwitli South American republics, with •^VMJW to open in them a wider market Cor I he products of American farms. We moet heartily indorse the su-tion of Hhe rspubltoan party in tlie paeea^e erf l!h«« diselidify |eii8ior, 'fill, and we urge ithe of wueh servn* law as will \v. wMue iue*urare reward each of our hon «Hraoi discharged soldiers for the years healUs aiid lift' loet to them by the Hhani service reiuiered our i^ountry. We most heartily ui^lt* and wekom all people from foreign lands who oom to our Htate to secure honum and to be come kr«d and law auadu^ cituena of .tiiC (N'mm»nw«aith We ttMXigai^f ttMi right of labor to or ganize for its protection, and all law ful tnciaiut U secure to itself the greatest reward for its thrift, industry and skill. We denounce all combinations of capi must# to hunt prxKluctiun «n»lr the MIAMM W»'flaw V -L prosperous condition of our public ecUools, and higher institutions of learning, AIHI 1 n*».-«fc«arte* of life, and advance prices' 1st meets I to the beet later—ts uf soot-! Sty, and ask taws for their supprss-! the mugwnmp siieot? Because Hul sion and punishment l»ei'«ns the boss erf the .len«M.ratu, We favor the Australian ballot system,! l*^?' 'n ^9W ^*»rk~-as hie support is or such siectuHi laws as will guarantee to every voter the greatest secrecy in the eesUng of his lialkit We olso faroi i»e pas»»«4f irf tlie national aleetion law uow peudiug before the L'atted States demand that iuI mskooi Uuiith ethall lm jealously guardect. Prohibition being adopted by a' vote of the }eop*e a part of the fund* mental taw or the state, we pledge the party to tta faithful and honest MMMOt. Iowa has giveo the ortgiwfc! vender anotlier black eye. A Davison '.'(Hint) farmer lfl ip[iwl four carloads "f i*»4*'or0 to Boatou market. iM -L.JUH jjuuiuiaa. Judge Caldwell of.Kanoui hat ftdSMted tliat the lows laws are valid as against the original package. Henry C'lew*. ftaanoier, i» a Btaioe recipro«H\ the great N»W lock WHrtu »upporte(f 0 Ikl treaty The actiug secretary of war haa structed (Jen Mills to detail J. J. WestV hireil girl, at Aberdeen, beoatnc asphyxiated Wotlnesday from •scaping gat* from a gasoline stove. When the family arose in the morning 4he wa« found lying in an unconscious flondit i"P upon the Hoor. She will re eOrer, but it was a cioee call. The Pierre board of trade 1w }t»t ftompleted a very careful poll of every County and voting precmct the state on the oapital location, the result of Which gives Pierre 1C»,70O majority over Huron. The poll last year before elec lion gave Pierre 2,000 less than her #ctua! majority for temporary onpital Which leada some to think that thia poll |nay also be t-•!»». Canton di?pat..-'h, 'M. Coiigi—msn ©ifford. who has been absent making cani|i*aign speeches in the interest of the republican ticket, has returned and is to-day in attendance upon the circuit #ourt. The judge stated to your report #r that the republican cause w gaining ground and the pro«!»ect*J good for a large republioan majority. Many in dependent* are deserting their jiarty joining the republicans. Huron dispatch, '2 Republican W era here make the prediction, based «n acarefu!ioll of the state, that their whole state and congressional ticket will be elected by 10,000 U 20,00l» majority. It iw uot possible u ran it below the former figure The democrat* and in dependents here are no longer bs&ting nor prophesying. The exposure of the combination between them over half of the counties on the legislative ticket i ro«y mouth, in an horn* quenched the ardor of the repuWicac pail half full Then an independents and it is positively known that large numbers of litem will stay by the old party Their |MM If »P \|«»Hh will be sucoesafuL Murat Halstead: Retribution ife nig uptn the mugwump republicans in a most hvrmiliatiog form. They left the republican jmrty after aeries «f im practicabilities in which they wasted their tune and talents upon a personal pique. The pretense that they put for ward was that the democrats had nomi nated Candidates from whom the most was to be expected in the way of civil service and other reforms. The prepos terous and grotesque stupidity of attrib nting even w amoere purpose of any »rt of reformation to the democracy was plain in the sight of all men but those saturated with vanity and redolent erf spite. Now they are in the ranks of the democratic party and engaged ui a revolt against the authority and. hi» comes after a long course of submission, every hour and incident of which has been proof of their original folly Hup pose their claim that they are responsible for the defeat of the republicans and election of the democratic candidate lor the presidency in 1684 be admitted, the special result to them is that their favorite fad of civil service reform has been discredited and brought into con tempt by its identification with the ad ministration that followed. Tammany treats them with deep disdain, and they go into funion with all who can be gath ered U make a stand against the most acient. representative and powerful of American societies—a society that is UI possession of the stronghold of the dam ocratic party outside of the southern states, and without thift mass of voters and wealth available for corruption there would lx* no democratic part), but u provincial caste and u putrid rstutma ceuce The south, through all its organs, sends up the warning -cry that the oauas o Tammany is the democratic cause, and the mugwump kicks, but is careful as to the extent anoe he makes. Once it we* the mugwump ^oj to abuse io\. Hill, and i now he must l* still about the small! ways of the governor that he onoesaw'U i1m9 at the dmturb. absolutely necessary to the next demo cratie national ticket that tliere may be eweii a reuKrte chanw of su-«*ss The mugwump caniH»t fail to set* ryltect Ml 111 this sUte of fa«-t- that the part he tt4 pli*y iug would te?v meloncholy if it p. a-,' n x"«r Dan«liMI and wklrtlnf tle little went. Winter l»a«l in a trust worthy officer to visit Standing Rook ^jencj and ascertain the meaning and tent of the diaaatinfection among the Indian* aroused by Sitting Bull* pro pfcettoel utter8n-e« *5 AUTUMN UMtV**. Willi "Qoiwo. »UU« l»a*»W i! d»y i«r ttii' viih i«.«. p'a*} Put «»n r«4 ami i«l1 U «mm, md «r»#ooW Sunn a» 4te: l*avm tiwid tlw bmi, •••til. il)«j S«i(trriitv. »»kI »Ul «it** brown #«*UI ifiry dkiKnl a»nl He* ainKti( I bo *fi tt«»t I»m v "Olrkot. ffoodb/ »e*WB h»« frtwlt k»if' LiUii bruok, »ins w ye«M(fuieweU »mw y«« ai» mwvt la «M *f| the MHIK- Ab: you wilt mta» »»«, rl^l «4l) k»o*. "Dear little t»wl« |q fwwr ln*7 Mother ili k««v y«u from lt» r«»i »iMlcold Fondly waU'lMM] ywt t» v*l«- and gUd«i amy. wtli y«*w drenni of mr loving Boot) f»at aslaee la their earthly Wdv Tlx wow laid a oovertei over their beads —OKomif. t" »oa. MATTIE'S ADVENTURE. Tkere were some of« the a^ibors w'hn thought waa bardty a prtidont thing for .»-year-«td Jkla'tui Craig to live alone with' her father .« hi* farm In Fox Hollow, a pleasant nook In the atakill mountains. Hut Mr. raig felt that his home would be desolate indeed without his liuie daughter. e»pe lally now that his wife bad been taken frem kiin: and as for Msttic. asid?' from the fact that she was a fearlfss little thing, it was certain lhai she ttever wouki be happy away from her father '*Be-»idee," Mr. 1'raig would say if the subject was men tioned. 1 am never gone from home long at a time, and when I am away Bruno Is always there, and he will protect her as well as a person.1" And no one who a« the great dog with bis intelligent eyes and ids devotion to hi* hillo mistress couiti doubt the truth ol this assertion. It was early on an AttguM merniag, while Mr raig was grettteg ready to go to the hay tie Id, he said to hi* httie girl, Mattic. as 1 was coming homo last night 1 saw that the blackberries, were ripe on the bushe* thi.» side of the woods. Would you like to go out and pick some?" Of course Mattic was delighted with the proposal, and her father feeling that he had pro vided his daughter with amusement and occupation for the forenoon hav ing charged her not to go out of sight of the hou«e or into the woods, ki*»e« her, inounUnj hi- bay wagon and code away Mattie tied on her sun-bonnet, and taking a large dinner pui! started off, holding her head very high with the sense of her importance in that she was goinjr to pick harrisa lor "Papa's dinner.'' It was but a lUtle aiyr, or her fattier would not have thought of her going. The screening wood, along whose cdffe the bushes p*nw sheltemi her from the sun. The berries were lar(e and ri|)«j, and iii^pite the fa that many a one found ita way to her i (»o\. Hill, and exciusion ««f everything eles W i Ac had her uniooked for interruption occurred. First Mattm was sutr-ued by a crashing, rushing sound, and theu xtlli morn so to seo a large bear emerge from a dens** tbk ket close at hand, and come to*1 wards her. She shook her apron vigorously and said --sheet shoo.' But the bear growled as though to say, "You are altogether to small a child to make anj impression on me." Mattie was frightened, for though she had never seen any bear* she had often heard of them and knew at onco w lint this was. he too, was very indig nant that bruin paid no attention to her protest and picking up a thicx stick she hit him a resounding wbacn over the head. At this the bear ga-» a still more vigorous grow!, as though remarking "This thing bas gone far enough." and seizing her dress began, notwithstanding her struggles, to dra« her toward the woods. Now Mattie was frightened hhe aereamcd loudly for he!& though her father as she reeli/ed with a feeling of helpless terror, was in the meadow be yond the woods, far out gt„ titiftr'ng* Tet lier cry reached one oar. that of old Bruno, who. during her berrying, had been engaged in the endeavor to dig out a wood chuck I'thmtig-a lotnl bark, he rushed to tier side and seemed at once with doggish sagacity to gra*p the situation, for he immediately pounced on the War in the rear to divert his attention and compel him to drop the child- Bruno's t#eth were sharp and strong, and a# thef fixed themselves in the bear he was jriad to loosen his hold on Mattie and turn his assailant. A shut plight followed Bruno mucking with gr at fury a, though to give Mattie a efcano* a few yarifei di«- Isnt -•Mr, my. Oh, Mr, wfayf* she called loudly and excitedly, as she rushed towarus hint, "a hoar was e.»v ini. s e ujv. arid now tie's eating Bruno up. Come and take from Bruno, jquiek do." i Th advent ol a boar from tfce moun- though infro juent waft by no nicaiis a»i unheard-of etctii in Fo Hollov i^uicklv Mr. li,vy had tl»" tieighboi'hood arousid tvn.l arm«al with guiw U«:hforks and any weap-m that came Imndy the niou vrer# so ».» In hot pur-iuit. It may be thai bruin hai| scented danger At any rate be Jore they had reached the *p«t h* h:d mttde good hi-» retreat juid, th »11 .*** diligent search followed, rw tra-e him could ho found. Bruno «st found near the scene of the eunih--t the bloo«l running aown iii» 'rom M»e WsVC .,'.4. I. and he huu« ii so u&tmu*uu Uic encounter that ho was unable to Htand. Wiicn he saw them, however he lifted his head with a *eak though jovfui oark, and wagged his tail, as much a& to say, "1 saved AluUie. any wa^-!n That eveelog. Mr. t'i«4g *«t wiA MnUie on hi« kttee, «nd his tlthfti! o!d dog whose, wounds lia-? be-.*n dressed and whoi*e apj ^^tite had heon iempud by the bestthe house a ord ed, lying close by his side, he said to the group of neighbors who had dropped in to discuss the exciting s-en of the day. "J toll you what It la, there isn't money enough ui-nlght la all the Catskill to buv Bruno.n And Mattie. who bad related her story and been petted and eat-eas 1 till who felt herself a oecided heroine at she nestled against her father' i firm. i*eached down and onlted Itcauo^ shaggy head «nd said earnestly. !e was the bust old doggie in the weH He wouldn't let the big bad old War eat me ap." A-,'-'' ». What the jack-knife hi U the boy the hair-pin Is to the girl—it is 1m ever ready implement. Says t.«od Housekeeping: Mi« has no pocket suitable tor cur r\ log a „aek knife, but her brads o twists furnish abundant room for stowing away a fe.* extra hair-pins, and it is the easiest thing iu the world to lake them out, use them and return litem- What dees she do with them? Buttons her shoes and her glove.*, uses them for hooks, safety-pins and ordinary pine, If the original article* are rot at hand: fastens her pietunj* to the wails, secures her bric-n-bcuc adjusts her curtains, fastens her w.u dow in whatever position she wisher renders the lock of her door burglar, proof by thrusting a hair-pin into it. or, if she tiau lo»t her key or lent ii. picks locks mends broken hinges, re pairs her parasol, secures an awkward bundle, and. by beading and twisting them makes more handy thiags th*. a carpenter could get into a too! chest V*m of to esoape to the bouse. She improved the cham her jries were dropped aud forgotten, dress tern by the tieaw s hold. Mid her sun bonnet hanging down her bac situ en- as fast as her small tent would cam*y her to want the I shelter of the house. As she mmt It »he f»w a man she knew passmsi along the road hot s life iMirssea Mew York and Brooklyn Smaan stholic churches are taking out en dow meat insurance policies upon tie live** of young men. the premiums lo be paid by the churches, which are »o receive the money when the po!ieio« mature. One examiner in Brooklyn recently examined six voung me whose lives are to be Instrred for sum ran ing fcom to $ 10, (JOO. ai»»i whosti tpolicies were maoe out in favor of the church. His reliite i that three men comprising a Brooklyn busine Rrn? each took out a policy for $10, ixs in favor of the other two the firm t" pay all premiums. The jjol'cies hn twenty years to run and. if ail subjects live, the money then realise i Is to be pla«*ed to the firm's credit 1 one dies before the expiration ot the •term the amount of his policy is to go to the remaining member* to recom pense the firm for the loss of the dead man's services, and his share of the firm's asiets, which, of course* go t= the heira of the dead partner. Trrtf** Kswl expert on Fiunish lx»ndo:t That Is rather a startling ment which Is being carried Miss Alii Trygg. a young woman, who, according to a weeklv, Is devoting her life tolmprm lug the condition of the working class in Finland. She began with a workman's kitchen, where he can get his daily cats, wholesome and appe tizing. at a nominal exoenae. At tn -hod to this is a reading room. Both schemes have been successful and Mis- Trygg'* next move—and this the startling ous—was to start a brewery. The ale brewed, it is stated. Is of a "light, non-intoxicating char acter The popularity of this scheme is also attested, for already the young brewer employ* '.HJO men in her malt works and beer cellars. Msnlr lMilri«a Lady Hhopper— Have yon any aion of that cash mere-pattern sat 1 nsP Salesman—The kind werve been set• iug for 60 cents? No, lady, it's r.l, sold. !.adv bhopper—Ob, I'm so sorry! 1 set my mind on having a dress-pattern oft that and 1 wouldn't care If 1 bau to pay 7.'» cents a yard for it either. Salesinan- Let me see? Come te think of it, we lutvo enough for a dw pattern left. Lady 8hopper—A remnant? Then I suppose you will let me have it at u reduction''* Salesman Sorry, lady, but we can afford to let It go under 50 cents l^ady Shopper—Oh. well, I on' called in to ask for a friend I want it for myself you know. didn't Of tSHIS Mssilsa Tlie Aaehkm of telling tke hlsmef ol a thing, whether or not the occa-»ioi. reiutres its telling Is a very common one with orators and writer who do not know exactly how else to ic their yarns. A certain worthy uiert-han. wasoac. glite unexpectedly called upon to ptv stile at a banquet He wanted to aomethiiu' in o|xjning the ^m»»1 pr.»n dial exercises" which would l«e gra-v ful and *ound well, and so lie began In the following words: tenth men The practtae of eating Weals, iham' as we have mason to believe date* back oohoo' to the most remote antiquity?' miimw i« a^sis The Japanese suffer from mao •peolal diseases due to a too exclusive clet of Ikh ami n,-,- and a laek Of ex ercise. "ui tnany others by their great cienniinoss. As*lhM AMM i« A new literary light has appeared in the southland~Miss f»r$ce King, a brown-ryeJ oung latiy, whe is *aid Ut aov«4i^tof ijMit f',' ",v.~ 1' iHi& lli'b.feAfciiH ikik Old Deacon Stiles, of North llop ki is. had but one daughter to inherit well-tilled upland* and fertile .tad he determined that no ne'eiv ell of a son-in-law should benefit ... the fruit- of hb long year* of in dustry. Accordingly tittle Huth waa brought up, with the idea that if sho married at all »ho should wed CNpounded mm •laid. Industrious swain in good and regular standing in the congi-egntloiv with no waverings of belies onoern* ing the dam nation of the uoregenet** ate. Presumably If pretty Kuth had been left to her own innocent dreaming she would have fallen In love natur ally enough with the pale .voting mln Uter, who ihe Won! so Hit* ently overy Sunday inoroing and ast glances to the little doicuro ten her of the infant htmhs of his liock all through Saatlay-schoot But because it was so a l|»arent tkftk this was what she had expected to her perverse woman's heart never ftut terel wheti the dominie tendered h«-f a hymnliook, but pouoded against lu bodice luo4t alaimiD^'ly when Ita'* Daltou looked straight into her oy» from hin piw acr«i«s the aUlo iw blithe tenor voice rang out, -Her wai -s •hi ways of pteasantnes* and all her puths are paacer," Kvery oae hut the deacon knew that Bob and Knlhu w«re in love, hut he never dreamed ot »ueh a calamity until hand-eotc wild Bob, who never even rose for prayers, and whose 'vursod liddU led all the dance* at the hnsk'.ngs at i frolim, askel him for hi-» daughter hand. There wa^ a scene the desert tiou of which would fill four chaptc of a realistic novel, and Kuthiu wih shut up In her UUIe muslin cui taioed bed room under the eave# for a whoi wuek to repent Hob's note* were read uy the deacon and his vinegm faced wife, and burned a religiously as Luther burned the Cope's bull, and the upshot of it all was that Bob k the town in despair, and somehow •he never knew exactly how, cither Itulhie wa» promised to the minister to wed when the apples bloswnne I But long before the saow melh 1 the village was startle»l by the arrival of Lob's wild brother, who ran awuy from home »otn« twenty years before and who had returned, not like the Prodigal Son from hi* husks and penury, but with tuouey enough mortgage the whole barren little town •hip and have some left over lor government bonds. And when be hoard the stor, of little Huthie. didn't ho swear a big naughty oath, and vow that these lovers should wed in the springtime and didn't he oontrivi to whisper to Kuthio on her way out of church that if she could contrive to meet him ,ust over the border In Maine, on the very day set for her wedding with the ninister, tie would •oe that she had a husband to her mind. He looked so brave and baadso«o and 90 like Bob that Kutble lifted ht«a a ahy. grateful, wonderful loon from her soft dark eyes that, as he ex pressed IV just set up such a knocked him off his pins" and set up such a con founded commotion" under his OOM* modious wnistcoal that he didn't get over in a month. These shy, still, litlle women can louk more in a frao tion of a second than moet women em* say in three weeks. 1 Somehow she managed to give him an old battered tintype of herself and one of the long curls Bob used Ui twine around his flng%rs. and away he went In search of the roving lover, axitui ing Kuthie that when he found hiui he would divide his fortune with them, and go back to the wilds and mako another for himself, and then he got another look that kept his heart thumping all the way to Texas, aau whenever he pressed his hand ugaiuxt that little picture that was in his breast |«nket he had a kind of gasping spasm that was worpe than seasickness. There wasn't any brother in 1 cxas or in Moxlco. but at last he got tract of him in the Haytlan He public, which was in such a state of upheaval it was hardly *afe for a man 'Tu.iaii'9'tor Tits wb brother i he day of tryst was drawing near, and still no tidings, and he couldn't communicate with It uthie, for her faihcr would read the letter first. An other clew was found and on following it up he found that his brother was dead. He hammered himself for being glad, he looked at that picture half a hundred times, he wondered how in the world,he should tell her and all the time he hastened to the north land, and reached there just in time to meet a little, white faced scared maiden on a shaggy, sagacious little pony. who had brought her over the* hills in the early morning to meet her husband. And When tic told her of her lover's death, what more natural than that be should take her in his arms to comfort her and assure her that he had kept his word, had brought her a husband and half. all. the fortune and u wealth of love besides. And when she thought Of her angry parents, th© hatchet-faced preacher brtdo-groom, the talk and g*»s*ip of the town, uf all that Bob's (M other had unselfishly done for her happiness, and when he was talking to her with Bob's own smile, grown older and graver out none the less sweet, why. it was the easiest thing Mi the world to put her hand in bis and promise hfm before a jolly little parson all that sho meant to have piomised Bob. o»r»»a'-i«sa tut mum la I he con9uui|)tioR of horse-flesh in Berlin is increasing. Last month the ftorlitsers a to HHi horses against 010 in October. lHfcfe. For various rea son*. however, the working |Mxpie In tjhe I'russian Capital do not eat so much horse as the poorer classes of other (.leraian eltios. Konigtbet-g, for instance, with about thn fame popula tion as Rochester, consume.' :14Q IMI 94 •0 jr.*. «.»' iMMSM U J2 A 0 *8 S W MKMU NAKniNI Dress Goods, Boots, Shoes, ^Clothing, Cloaks -HT Shawls, flannels, Groceries, JOHNSON, OLSON tf.. 'i& CO. HARPKARK CK)|T(»- McCallister Bros, Hard.ware Store and examine JEWEIi A complete line of Heavy and Hlietf Hardware and Build' ers' Materials l0*Tm Bbop in conoeetKMi with 8tor«. ipOKMKStBX, mw^Z' SCOTIA dHKHIP, REAL ESTATE, Residence Property Homu to fotm at QMXTMi c.*' 4 1 ifii-i&Ly3iiiw SZSJBAT fe, JMi Property, Acre Propgrty e have also some %*erv choice btr gains 111 Farm Laitda. Low totonvt *c .- A DAK.