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HAIMSON. SOI RA LAKOI A
TUESDAY EVENING. IKC. MW.
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TO AlVKRTW*ltS
Tk* t)»li v T.iATiKrt «n«ke* »|WK«*«»rL iVl *f
imithing iuf.»rm-t'i...i concerning tin- *'•»«*»,
r*#t»urfi-* »»f "H» »»f HM'*4'"
ih«' »t*U* ll ftnUIUBjf It to th«* I'*'
arrtnim— of"*r'
,»'
K. hTAHi., Pfoprtftor.
Thirty-eix »f tb« «I1**HJM of Maw T«lk
are eomloct^i by woiueti.
„.,
1
It ban been tlwitUxl to portpufllt Ifc#
matter of arrwtiog Sitting Hull.
Oor own Senator lVtt»ur»*»" is battlR
boomed tor tlu* 1V-.' wev pr.«0kk»nfly.
1
I •!...
Secretary Kuek predict* that in Um
naar future one half Um w|#r need io
the I'mUni Htatee will be manufactured
al boM.
Gov. MeiU'tt**, by proolamatioai fa*
forms hi* luojMto that there ia no dan
ger from the Indians. Nothing like be
ing formal
An eaatern Mooilv courtly iHiiiw
talks of establishing a co-operative gen
eril merchandise store in Flandraa. 8o
says the HeraM
The collect touti of internal ravenU* for
the llret^four months of the current lin
eal year aggre^at^ $51,028,289— an in
crease of ov«*r the oorreepood
ing period
of ia»t year
A special agent of the census bureau
tinds that in Hughes county in the ten
years ending 1800, there were UtB®1
mortgages filed for record, while it
Beadle county iu the same tine th*
number reached
Huroaite, 28: Now get ready for hue
itiess. Gov Mellette has asked the war
department for 1.000 guns and arnuni
Uon sent to him at this place. Certain
Huron is the most accessible point nd
capital of South Dakota
Hie Sioux Fall* Preen Hguren th«
probable majorities of the three amend
men Is submitted in the last election,
at
follows: A^amit increased indebted
Mae, 57,600 woman »u ff rage, 21,
000 in favor of I tali a a snitfnige, .*.500.
W. T. FVjster predicts that 1892 will IK
a year of the rnot»t dwastroiih storms ex
penenoed in recent times. .Jupiter an
hiaturn will pass their eqninostials a
about ths same time 1892 and this wtl
cause electrical disturbances on th«
earth.
C. H. Wynn. a Hioux Falls attorney, it
of the opinion that the Indian is ineltir
hie to exercise the franchise regardle*
of what may be done by the state o
South Dakota in the matter. He base,
his opinion on federal supreme court de
IJeo. Brooke, at Pine Ridge
accounts for the uneasiness among th«
Indians on the score thai they are bun
gry, and says: "The lndiuns here ar«
suffering for food. I have nothing U
grve them. The proverbial impro\ idenc*
of the Indian and the insurticiency ol
food cause** tiHH
The Btato hoard of i-aurassert wtt
meet next Thursday to canvas* Ihe voU
irf the late state election. The boart
rxMMists of the governor, .1 udge Corson
Secretary of 8tat« Ilingsrud, Auditoi
Taylor, Attorney ili-u' ra! Dollant W
Lkttttenant (lovernor ic«r.
Pierre dispattih, Sereral .fuiU
heavy real «stat« deals were closed uj
yesterday Pnxrf on the Fort P»err«
town site was made yesterday at th
United States land ollice. It was ex
pec ted that the Northwestern railway
would outer a protest, but it did not
which leads Fort Pierreitea to rejoic*
that they am now in poeetsRon of th«
i square."
Pierre dispatch, iMJ. Trie !a*t
living in the reded reservation went o
the river arrive*' today. Not withstand
tog the fact that the Indian situation is
reported quiet, yet these refugee* claim
to have seen daily manifestation!* of dan
gar from hostile IndiatiM. w ho send the
breech-clouted Hioux out from the "bad
lands," and they will not return weat
uttii troupe are .^*nt with them.
The setx/ud annuul meting o( ttM»
boutii Dakota Horticultural society oc
ctsrs at De Smet on the 10th, 11th and
12th of next month. A programme o
mooh interest to horticulturist* ban been
arranged, betides a liwt of pretuiuiuH for
which it
will
worth while to compete.
Keduced lioiel rate» re promised, and
tha citizen* of De Hntat will make a
special effort for tha entertainment of
ho U1HV HTU'tiU..
awrilik TsUb
ljamat.tr Pettigrww beio^ sskmi by a
Wqthington oorn'M|)ondeiit if he thought
the Carlisle Indian wehool was doing any
good, repliail: "It IH not tioing any good
at all. The idea that an Indian boy
or
giri oan be edutated and go back and
live in *h»~ •••pi"*'-
nf
hi" or her parents
without reiap»«iug into barbarism,»« tha
moat glaxiiig of fallaciee. If th^ philan
tbrophis'x who am alwaya i^outuag
abouf
tb«-
bad treatoiant
and dariaing Utopian plana to civilise
tham would *ta«d t«di awhile ami let
those who really undaratand the Indians
Uav* say. then the re«Ukuis would
n
uu uiaUiriidl.- Lieuttiltc-i. .juLiiiiwukl
bm established nmoug thie IndiauN and
nothing but a rudimentary education
nttetupted. T1m lmlians woultl have hwg
wince been living on their o«u lands and
prosperous ami hap|y if the weak minded
sentimental. calUnl philanthrojihi^ts
had not interfered. Indiana dboukl be
treated to a dose of c*uuiion sense, and
not impracticable sentiment. 1 trust
that (tune legislation of the plan I have
Hugge^ted will WKMI be enacted by coo
greaa. Tha Indian qoeetiMl wiU than
be settled.
Wllktlir MUlf Meal.
DMI 8oitt in Sioux Falln Argns L»i
der: It is as certain es anything earthly
can be, that as soon as the eastern peo
pie get a lie, or a gross exaggeration of a
South Dakota incident or misfortune
thoroughly disseminated (kn. Mellette
w ill affirm it with the official seal of the
atate. He seemu to io*ttess just brains
enough to do Dakota irreparable i*)ary
upon every great occasion.
Belief arruta.
Howard diapatch. 2t State's Atlor
ney Hold ridge opens the ball hereto-day.
About a week ago be secured from
Judge Haney, presiding over this judi
cial circuit, an injunction restraining
County Treasurer Strand from paying
certain county warrants issued to the
county commissioners for distributing va
Uef supplies. Several hundred dollars
of these warrants are now the hands
of innocent purchasers. Bat it ia now
claimed that county warrants are non
negotiable and hence there can be no
innocent purchasers. Whether this
loiQt can be sustained or uo^ is a que*,
tiou. The case will probably be heard
tiefore Judge Haney at the April aassitm
of tha circuit court in this city.
A BnasyUt.
Mitchell Rapublf -an,
28:
N. B. Aahby,
the national lecturer for the allUmoe,
who recently atldreesetl the convention
Hasembled in thin city, speaks very high
ly of the enterprise) and general intelh
vfenoe of the representatives of agricul
ture in South Dakota aa indicated 1 v
the delegates to that convention. lie
••ays that in few of the older states would
von meet so brainy a lot of men eongre
»-nted together uuder the aiiHpKW of the
alii
A Mumuiotla ChMWi
At the cheone factory in hast Otlo
tha other day there was put into the
uoop the biggest cheese over made u
thl* region and probably the large-1
ever made in the I'nlted State*, it
measured five feet in diameter aud
ilnriy-nine Inches high It* weight
whan cured will be 4,ooo pounds ai..
fully 38,000 pounds of milk was usou
iu its mAnufacture. The abundant.
taelurage made the Hept^mlKu- milk
uiiuauaily rich, iind t&ls huge cheese
ts cxfioctcd to be of prime quality
Aboyt four weeks will be retpiired u
».ure it thoroughly. This rocord
urealcer was made for a grvcarv houst
n Cincinnati, who are about to oc
upy a large, new building. It u
wanted as an attraction for tho opan
tug.—fiufialo Commercial.
OntMiul* mt Unst Msn.
it ia a singular fact that great men
seldom leave direct descendants. Na
poleon, Wclliogton, Washington, all
provo this rule.
shakespearo left only two daugh
tern, wkose children died withoui
n«ue I'robably the nearest relative
io tbe great poet now living, is one
homas Hart, a resident of Australia,
who la *aid tu be tbe eighth in de
scent from Shakespeare's sister Joan
Wtdtor Scott's line ended with the
oecond or third generation.
It is also a notable fact that great
men rarely leave great descendants.
n» witness Itiswarck and C^mUtone
Among other celebrities who left no
iuwl h+*k wafe Ik^eoasfltild.
A K«wlsf
Mr. llcMeans of Santa Rosn. a!,,
.out a lmrfte that deserves a gold
medal. One day recently the antmal
succeeded in escaping from the bara
atd and made its way to the orchard,
ilerc he proceeded to cat apples from
the nearest tree, and after it had eaten
.ill withiu its rcach the knowing buail
turned ai*ound and kickcd the tree re
peatedly. bringing down a shower of
tho luscious fruit, which it imme
diately devoured with much gusto.
Tue l'ar!?)*n» have a new bit of slang
vhlch tl»e lki*(oii
HtrttUl
siv?ly traiinlat^d—by good old "bun*
Jorl." Tbe phrase is -'Hn de M««cle
iitcralhr mranlnp **end of thn rentury
which, like siuti' more orthodox, Frei»
idiouin to foreigners, mean* about not
ig. But to the Psriaiau it seems to
ueao "bang up," "the latest sweet
hlng," **takc« tbe rake," In short the
no*t advanced outpost In #tyle, speech
ind conduct accessible to dude and
ludiae. If would dally with the
pronunciation of the phrase hold your
nose aad My "fan "de with tlM^tWrt
"e," and "Steele" like "seaykh
Tin: rrotfftant Rpl^opal chnrrti t*
twing tin|wlled toward a move of great
muurul in dcQomiaatiooal education.
1
ise factive agent in the propaganda is
ilie Rrv. Dr. Kliphakt Nott Potter,
csddent of Hobart coIlegc, (ieneva, N.
He propose^ to r«tabh»h a great
central educational board for tbe church
U fx* failed the Uid verity hoard of
H«*gents, aud that evsetually this board
ciiall
of
the Indian
con«n!klate all the Protestaat Lpis
college!* of the country late one or
universities Dr. Pott* l.*» tws»n
'leaking befere nearly a!l the «burcti
i»yo^ of iearairtg the past few months.
u:i«i lias (nought loieretit to a point th»t
ha« r**su^ted iu .aiiliig a M.ufcny» «»f
iu** educat^rt of that denomination
meet in N«w York naxt gay. ftr. Wt
u.r a #mh«r el Fetteri
'tfasivw
V HI- lit«^il i «l o^i.v *4.v
by i'o iusumnce companhw have Iwen
rob^ed of tboui«andH 'f dollar A wan
uagned Caldwell ttsk dmeolutc charac
ter», put them in shape to imu» etamin
atuK*. then took trausfera of tbe oii
eie#fe and the insured w«re expected to
go and drink themselves to death.
£L A. GARI.am), a WiseonMn man,
ha i Invented a j-ecu liar eloek. It emi
sista of three egg-shells sat^mi )»ivots,
cme to d«mote the hour, one the roin
ales and the other the second«. The
shells revolve on the pivots without ai
parent mechanism to give them motion.
Mr (tarlaud iutend« making one with
glass ballti and hsngmg an ineandesoent
lamp on each ball, so the clx*k can be
made to earne laap''
|to ir^I as a
time-piece.
A CHATTAX«K«A lawyer ka« peculiar
views of the duties of polioemen. He
wrote to Cincinnati for inforniatioii
about his mining MOB. Ha wants the
policeman that finds him to obtain for
him a situation in some lawyer's ofliee,
the boy being a good stenogiapher
The salary must not be less than $10
a week. More than that, the ollicer is
to see that the boy pays his board and
behaves himself, ami in then to rejK»rt
the lad's {trogre— to his fattier.
ErrnYpoDV has read tho story of tttt»
steamboat pilot that stood at. his post
until be had run his craft asliore and
whose boroism cost him his lifo, bnt lor
out-and-out bravery the bov at the
Lelsnd Hotel in Syracuse who ran his
elevator to rescue guests acd who left
his poet only whan overcome by the
dames deserve* tbe highe* praise.
Tbe steamboat pilot would have endan
gered his own life by jumping into the
river but the boy had only step out
of tbe
elevator*at
any time when it was
on tbe ground floor to have been safe.
BAXOOR, Me., electrician thinks
that the wire running under the ete%
trie railway track i* unneee sary. He
believes that tbe rails are sufficient con
ductors for the ground current. Oil
the other hand the men who have
worked on the road are very oonfidt-Mt
that thie wire is indispensable. It in
eonnected carefully with every rail and
a sure circuit thus secured Should
any rail be skipped it would be known
as a dead rail." The copper wire that
is used in thin work is quite expensive
and has formed an important item in
the coat ol the road.
"GEXEAAL" BOOTH doaaBt mean U
ait trtrond like Alexander and tigh for
more worlds to conquer. Now that the
victorious "Army" is in occupation of
most of the world, the "fleneral* k
turning h|« attention to the matrimony
queatiou. liis idea is that there art
several single people of both sexes wh
would be agreeable to a little ruatri
uiony if they only knew each othar.
Whether tbe idea will take the form of
a Matrimonial Army, with a braes
trumpet and concertina band, it te noi
yet announced. but young men, who
are not of the elect, will natarallv fight
a little shy at the prospect of being
fastened on to a girl who will want to
get up now and then aad bang glory
witb the fire-arms for tbe nake of old
LltKEl
Ward & Vreelaad,
City LiveryJ
At HUB BELL HBOM BARN.
ICS
ICE
Delivered U any part ol
tke city.
J. C. MITrhKLL
IA
thtakf exprea^
JTi itow
mmd
flow/Kl*
i
Sices
a—
XVL XU. aH.KT«0\S.
F. U Trm. W. A. MA««T. L. II Kaaaa,
l'iiii|»ni unklf
FIHSJ*
NATIONAL BANK.
Cifttil ill Surplus, $61,000.
A GENERAL BANKING BTJ8I
ME88 TRANSACTEIX
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mm* MtM.
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l» aitmtl
to
c«il«(XloM V* MmMiidtiir tnrtiwy
tS^Mnav mail oa mai
ca^tuhxa _______
OOHRKAPOitDaxre:
tMrtlnH a*Ak, Hmrtirt
t. fUuk bim'o. K«ik» JltUMil
HtO«l *!•». Hostli flaJuH*
aaa aaam.
1
UO TO—
XeCerolck & Hovlstt'i
nut ct uciui»u
HUkT BBOTHABB MBOWl»
iittoi&mber—Thia exquisite iiuitrtuMat witi
mi Jatiuury lit, New Year's Day,
CITY «KAT 1A MITM.
ROCHE BR08.
OLD P.
ft BUILDING.
SMP# IKI|BM|| IHHWK IIMI
F*«h and Cured Meats, Fiafc, Fowl
and Game in seaaoa.
iiRlKKtl. HKHl NANIIINK
Cloaks Shawls,
Flannels,
Groceries,
JOHNSON. OLSON
&C0.
HUBBLLL Ml
FVLMH* !N-
raorwwroaa or vn
Madison Dray. Line.
Fut*l to »i)v part of the rttj
RE* of harge Kinit DIIUW Htablf
ur tbe acooniBimlatiou of horne owner*.
weal) All OAI.
FUEL.
HOCGES&HYDE
Arr |.f» i«mJ i.i i mk«* conlraet# tor fnrr l»hia*
II,. "f fU,- If
COAL AND WOOD,
AMI will it-]K«r Uv »ann ir uv (Many pvnoi
Ibc fit} wiikoot «tr« ili»re»
TABOS AT muvATOH "A.'.
WM lfLAKE, Manage*.
*«, v
A
iiiljg'i ii
tAL A»l» WOflk
ju
TNI IMM»K I nit*:
GRAND ANNUAL HOLIDAY "GIF"!
to ill cartomcrtt thi* HCNISOII in anothlt
WITH ELEGANT STOOL?-
Beautifully hand finished in natural oak, list prioe $276.00.
he
OUR HOLIDAY STOCK-
is pogitiwely especially in FINF JEWEIJt¥, including Ladies' HIM! Q«ote*
OhainH, diiirmti, Lace Pins, JRiiign lwitn plain Uundi aad
with
tetn, and many noveltien too num«miiK to mention.
EAUTIFUL HILVEKWAKE, inclutling Ten Setn, CiHstorn, Cuke BASKET*, ftnttyr Dkbn, h'apkll
Sings, Knives, Forks, Hpxn«, odd pieces and novelties bj the dossen.
CHRIHTMAH CARDH, SoilTenirn, liooklets and Novell i«*K, of theno WE have ov^r 8,000 in stock, fl&
ranging from i-entw up, to wuit all people and nil pockets. Cliristmaa cards in quanU
*H, for Sunday schools and teachers, st apeciul wholesale rates.
IN BOOKS, we are showing as usual the largest line in S». Dakota, having aoir 2.500 V«1IMI |i
4bck, comprising afaUHkfd FwiUoii, Hiatory, iiiography, fahv Fooia Mkd the fine«t Jtnr«nileaon thll
MHHOH'H market.
For A hftbJto AND Pu»W GOODS we ar*. as umial, headqtrarters in every
CiiTilff
Dress Goods,
Boots, Shoes,
Clothing,
In short, we are, aa always heretofore,
Headquarters for Holiday Goods.
AllIprQl Owing to the McKinley bill we ahali make th» aenson'a pricea
rnlULOl THE LOWEST EVEB KNOWN.
Dakota Book and Stationery Co,
Tlie Boole Store.
City Meat Martfit/Citiaeiis jsi^iioii^i
CHAH IJ K^INNKDY, Prea.
Wm. F. KENNEDY, Hec
ff®*'
\,^
i '.i»tX '-Jg •**.
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N
.w&S&fl,.£?
*'i&
*S"
pfeaaoitMl, ami, In bobm «HM q£ oor fwtfrnif
IHatnoiid tad
4 K1CII41, C«LLB(meN».
W. F. SMITH, XVeaideal. M. V. DALY,Vloe-IWdeat. J.A tllt»W,OMMa
Ckm'.UI t&O.OOO. Surplus S1«,04W.
MADISON DAKOTA
A General Banking Busmes? liamciei
Northwestern Loan and Banking Co.
Madison, South Dakota.
UFNKKAL BANklNU BUSINESS TRANSACTED-
Makes a specialty of timt mortgage and real nataie loaM. Boy
municipal nniintA aad achool bonda &pd otherjMMamties.
flORREBPONDENTi.
Kinam Cu,, Pltiladelphia,
National Bank of Illinois, ('li icago, IM
Sioux Fall* National Bank, Sioux F&lla,
8.
g?*ae
•AiawAia
IM (MM *NQ AM fKl MMvai
HALL!
**.
A
Watcher
Brae*.
At.-
•as
WtU rwnit money to any part of tha Okl World, aad aall tiokata to «M
prinpipal Europeao porta on any of tbe iaadinc linee ot ateamtkwta.
Oily aad Maalcipal ikwii bovfht aad sold
Firat Natiooa} Bank, 09blea#o. (7haa Natkiaal
Satiooai Beak, Oeas Palta.
A
TIM
Of WOttti
Ootiectioae aatfe ead pnaaftir tocalttei.
OORRK8PONDF.VTK:
flaw Tat#
E. H. CLAPP. Vice
JOKEK, Aas't Bec'y
A
Treaa
The Largest,
The Best
Most Complete
*roc* «i
OHN HUBS. Proprietor.
!SSH~
NuRNK MMOKIH4*.
Hardware
Sundert & Fitsgerald'i.
K I N O N N E I O N W N I S O N I
§I|«L1AR0 MALI.. CIVARK. RIA
BILLIARD
1"
Afco, Wlioleiiala
and lietaii
Cigar Store.
F. K. ATLOCK.
City Shoeing
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