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Delegate -ongreHS
Governor
.' Secretary.
.' Treasurer.
GiiYonl
clmrcli.
McCorinaeK..
l.awler
Ward
nylor
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!-lt Tripp
Surveyor General.
Ssil"f."rubli.- Instruction.
Chief .lustiee.
.:ml• U. S." 1VM iet Attorney.
1 nited Stales Marshiil
.Uuratta
COUNTY OFFICERS.
Ulster of lVeds.
'.V''}"1, cierk of l'islrlet Court.
•J. W. M--1, V- .IU'i :o of Probate.
I-:. Sheriir.
'«*M ....Coroner.
Ir
iword
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Trea/urer.
J* V( Surveyor.
li. U. 'Assessor.
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Kih'.'Uson, 1st uist.
Im llstf!
.lj^vso»stclt'orard
Expeulivp Ciiinmittee.
Mr- N. i'. Hall, We-'-.ington Spring*. Pres.
Mrs. i,. II. Illank Cor.
HIi.s
Nettie Miles
Mrs. C. M. S|iear-
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Dist,
G» A. Hn
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-P,o li ). ('. onl. lN)»t, No. ?*. moots at AVos
1liT»w spririiss evtfj" Saturday on or bufore
at ion of oadMnomh. „m,n.ln^
It. H. t'liasc Si-n cp Oim
y-£ $r .^Adi«
r' A Miller..1... Quarter Master.
A- F- & A- M-
FRONTIER IiODGE, No. 81.
S' ,t-T Cm niiiiiicalioiis. I'riilav ovi'liilifrs on
l!s- lull m.xMi. Vi-itins lirt'tliivii fra-
lc.-
riliv ipvlti.'rt to liri-SPHl.
,1 KIKCRSOX, W.\ M.-.
•Vi.f.Ktir "DKKso.s. Secretary
I. O. O F.
W-Ks'n-ton Siirin'jp l-od^i- No. si. Meets every
..•iiiii'v lirotlieis of the order from
'ier
I.id"iiialil.
'^i's'are cin!ially
N'. Looinis
l.. irinith
invited to attend.
J.
ht'o.
M. E Church.
i.T.ici^ jti'p lu'id eaelt rtal)b ttii as follows:
•'•ivaciViii'f at I0::sr cloek .a. iri. and at 7:00
Vrli'ri ii.Hi. Snndav School lt 12 o'clock m.
v. c. If. Vssuy Pastor.
C- W c. T. u.
'I ho .!« rnnld ('uanty W 11. T. meets when
Vtii'-'i
Spc.
Mr,. .Matlie Hinforil. I.ynnilalc. P.ee. See.
Mrs, 'l'ollk-niire. AVess. Springs, Treas.
W. C. T. U.
['i(, Union of ssin^ton Springs inects
i! visti and -Itli AVcd. 'f each JMo. at tlu4?tl. 10.
'jhiinj'
Sirs. i.. II. T.iiinl
Mrs. .lennle II. Miles
Pres.
.. Vice Pres.
..Kee. Sec.
..Cor. See.
Treas.
J. C. F. A.
I Tlie .Tcraidd Com.ty Farmers Alliance holds
fits nieetinys at the court llouse in \Vessingti..i
"iiirni^s.
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Miles....
.T. Jlarshall
:.. Vresid. ut.
.. .Secre-i.ty,
J. A. &• I S.
fiii:lrilwijial
place of. hnsiness of the .lerauld
tuiuity Am'ieulnual & Industrial Society, is
'A'essir.gton Sjiriivs.
L.N'.LwomU.... 1'resident,
H. A. Miller Secretary,
L. (!. Wilson Treasurer.
MAIL AND STAGE LINES.
'rtfooiisocltet and Wessiiigtoa Springs,
Leaves Woohi-ocket. Daily, at 8:00 A
Arrive.^at Wessington Springs,,] 11 0 A
Leaves VS'essin^ton Siirings ,] :00 I'M
Arrive:
i'essinv:ton Spri
at WoonsocUct ::so
Wespi?igtou Springs and 'White Xaho,
Lea-., es Wessinston spr's, M. F. at iio A
Art'i es at Crov.- i.ake ,. ,, ,, ^tt^iOAM
J.eavc.s Crow I.ake M. \V. 1'. ,. 1 :U0 J"
Arrives at We-singtonSp'.s,
lt
.. ,. 4:0o I'M
J'onnects at C'r.iw Lake with White Lake stage.
PlankintOJt and Wess'ingtoii Springs,
Leaves Plankinton Teu's. & Fri's. at 8:00 AM
Arrives at Wjssington S])'s. T.-F. 1:00
Leaves Wesiington Sp's. Wed. Fri.., 8:00 AM
Arrives at J'laiiKinton ,.. 4:00 PM
Wessia^ton Springs and Miller,
Leaves We^siuston
Sji's.
Moil. Fri. at 7:00 AM
Arrives at Miller 5:00 PM
Leaves Miller Tue.'Sat. 7:00 A SI
Arrives at VVessington Sp's," ,,0:00 SI
eo. X. I'ittcis, Proprietor.
Waterbnry and Wbssington Springs,
Leaves Waterbury, Daily at 7:00 AM
An ives at Wdssington Springs ,, ,.t'j:00
Leaves IVessington Spriiics ,, 1:00 I'M
Arrives at Waterbury G:00PM
H. P. cues. Proprietor.
1'. H. DAKKKTT. P. M.
Railroad Time Tables.
b.
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.••.!l?cua—Passenger South at 10:10 a in.
i'atsenger North at o:10 in.
Freight North at 11 25 a m.
Freight South at'5:lOp m.
i.onsocicet—Passenger North at 4p in.
Passenger South at 10:10 am.
Passenger East at I0:tr,. am.
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CHOUSE, Ml. D.
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OFFICERS.
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EDUCATIONAL.
This space is devoted to the teachers of the
county and their interests. Direct, all eoniiiiu
ncations to
1. s.
Auditor.
Hinlord, Lvnndale, Dak.
TEACHERS' INSTITUTE
The second meeting of the South
.vest Institute was held at Waterbury
Jec. 18th 1887.
The exercises began at 12 oclock the
'. eachers all present except Mrs. Allyn
and !Mrs. 'L'ryon whose subjects were
liscussed.
A spelling exercise was conducted
)y A..]. Miller.
On motion it was decided that each
teacher bring five hard words the most
often misspelled to spell at next meet
ng and live of the most commonly
.uispronoimced- .Mr. "Wicks was ap
pointed to furnisli the program for the
next meeting.
On motion the meeting adjourned to
meet Jan. 21st 1888, at the Trollope
school nouse.
Xellie Jacobs A. J. Miller.
bee. Pro. Tem. Pres.
DUTIES OF PARENTS.
The parents of the children sent to
our public schools have always insisted
on the sacred right of grumbling at
the teacher. This one is to cross, this
one to good natured, this one to strict
that one too lenient this oile is too ig
norant, that one tries to teach too much
and so on to the end of the chapter.
Xow the poor teacher is but human
.•nd has many human faults he prehaps
deserves a great, deal of the censure
heaped upon him but it is surely un
fair to charge hiai with all the crimes
in the calendar without allowing him
to make such counter charges as the oc
casion may repuire.
Against the parents of many of our
public school scholars we make the
following serious charges. 1st They
do not insist on the regular and punc
tual attendance at school of the chil
dren in their care: thus discouraging
the law of the land and the good of the
pupil.
2nd They do not visit the schools
and inform themselves of the prog
ress of the pupil and the capabilities
of the teacher and by showing an inter
est in the scholars encourage all to do
iheir best.
3d The teacher 'V"criticised in the
rJ.S.
Freight North St 10:10 a m.
Freight South at 5iL'5 1)1.
Freight Kast-Ut fi :00 am.
sou'Siera Minnesota rassenger arrlves at 5:25
tr, Freight arrives at 9:00 in.
BUSINE88 CARDS-
A. M. MATHlAS, M. D.
Graduate of the Uniyetsity of'Pennsylvania—
Jlass of 1S6S), offers',tii$ professional services.
.. y$ fuji tine of
PURE DRUdCt AND MEDICINES,
Use, Stationery, Toilet Articles, Garden Seeds
Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, &e.
WESSINGTON SPRINGS, DAKOTA.
Surgeon,
i-ANKINTON, DAKOTA. 3-14tf
'URNER, M. D.,
F^ysician iind Surgeon.
Wessington Springs
Dakota.
_um. Noriv^iae Mam Street, 15
H.BERT BUMDERSOH,
AT tA
Steand
PWce
iti
th©
District,
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presence of the pupils by the parents"
und they come to despise his instruc
lions.
•1th Parents to the complaints of child
ten, and upon the basis of such reports
circulate stories in the neighborhood
to the disadvantage of both school and
teacher.
These things are wrong and should
lie remedied. Home inlluences follow
the pupil to the school-room and af
fect his progress there. "When par
ents dp their whole duty in the
premised there will be less complaint
of the incompetency of the teacher.
Viola.
Section 84 reads, "In every common
chool there shall be taught to all pu
pils of suflicient capacity to properly at
tend to the same, the following branch
es of a common English education ()r
'hography, Heading^ "Waiting, Geogra
phy, Arithmetic, English
Grammar
History, and Physolog.v and lly
ijiene, with special reference to the na
ture and effect of alcoholic drinks and
other narcotics upon the system."
Notwithstanding thD clearness of
the law on this point. Teachers hold
ng second arid third grade certificates
often giv« instruction in branches not
embraced in their, certificate.
This is contrary to law and if a true
eport of school work is made out and
died with the clerk, that officer will
find diticulty in seeing hisjway to the
,'ranting of an order for siieh teachers
wages. If the teacher is fond of the
ixtra branch or branches and gives
'.irae to the-more advanced pupils who
.ire engaged in the favorite
study to the
neglect of the small pupils aud the
backward ones who more need the mas
ters aid, the school is failing to do its
best work.
"We dont want our educational agen
ies to be colleges spoiled in trying
be universities high schools spoiled
,.n trying to be colleges and common
schools spoiled in the effort to be high
schools.
ClIEltY TOWR'SiilF
According to the new school law now
'force in Dakota, teachers should
oe thoroughly prepared-not to pass
.he examination simply, and therrneg
ect the subject in the school but to
landlethis new branch with such a
ively interest ag at once to convince
he pupils under their charge that a
aew leaf has been tutnfed and that
hereafter all children a^e to know" that
they are intimately related to the bodies
they live in that theirteal comfort and
bappinesa in life depend upon their ac
quaintance withand their prop?£ care
7f'these Uotlies'/ That ther subject is
lot only cf (Trent vitlue to thenz but- in-
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Govenor Marmadukc
dead.
"Ok hie People, Fkoji tiie Peopx^ For tiie People."
tensely interesting. Thut these bodies
which have heretofore gone unnoticed
as among the very common things of
life, are after all truly wonderful exam
ples of mechanism. That they illus
trate in a wonderful manner the hand
iwork of the Creator. The ultimate
object sought In teaching the young a
knowledge of their bodies and how to
care for them is not simply the passive
knowledge they acquire of some scien
tific facts but to enable them to attain
to a greater purity of life, a holier liv
ing. -I Home and .School.
That Treasurer's Report.
Dr. Melcher's correspondence upon
the agricultural matfc/Sivlias brought to
our notice, the fact that there .is a ten
-deiu'y to slackness on the par'-, of
lie officers. In the matter of Die Agri
cultural society report it is plain, that
if the money had passed through the
legitimate channels, all the queries
and explanations which followed would
not have been necessary.
It was not necessary that the treas
urer should cast his eyes upon the
money and handle it, but only that re
ceipts and vouchers should...be taken
and filed, and the pre,per amounts en
tered in the debit and credit .columns
of his books, so that when he made his
report the society would receive its
proper credit. If the affair had been
managed in this way treasurer Wilson
would not have been under the necessi
ty of making the explanation he.did in
hist weeks
liiiiALD.
WESSINGTON SPRINGS, JERAULD COUNTY, DAKOTA, FRIDAY JAN. H. 188'?"
of Missouri is
St Paul has a cable street railway
operation.
in
The democratic."lull of Harlem N. V.
held their first meetiug for the cam
paign bf 1888, last weak and declared in
favor df state rights, the old secession
principles.
The democrats in Congress purpose
to allow Dakota to come into the union
as one state, just in time to loose its
vote for the next president. Xow if
the people must submit to such humil
iation. better spurn the proposed indig
nity oi one-statehood, and wait anoth
er four years, if necessary, for the de
sired boon. North and .South Dakota
will never agree. The harmonious!
one-state convention was notable for
the jealousies shown by the two sec
tions-
AVe are in receipt of a copy bf the
San JSernardino County edition of the
Paciiic Coast Commercial KeecrU. It
has tin extensive write up of San ler
nardino, Piivesride, Alessandro, Ki
alto and other villages suburban to
S.rn JJernardino. This is the land of
sunshine and tropical fruits. The new
town of Kialto is on the SantaPe K. II
and offers line inducements to home
seek.irs who will make immediate im
provements. Any information can be
obtained concerning "this king of or
ange tracts" by addressing Sec. M.
Sweesey, tit San Bernardino, California.
It is not only
that instance but others. Mr. Wilson
came to our o!!ice after he had left his
report. 1'oe, publipa tibn, and arked to
change i,t,a:. he had just learned
qt
some
money,that .Mr. Miller had paid on a
standing debt pf the society. It is cer
tainly '.veil to pay.debts and stop.inter
est as.soon ap possible but then the
proper, person sh.oulddiave been cogni
zent of the transaction in order to
make correct reports. .,
It is npt ,that the acts referred to are
so terrible but the principles involved
are dangerous and may lead to ruinous
results. The agricultural society is
not alone in this sort of procedure. The
W. C. T. U. of this place adopt the same
plan for the distnbutioniof their funds.
Pay the money and ?gat vouchers and
orders afterwards. It Ls.this,siiroegen
eral principal applied that has led our
county where it is to dav,
P. T. BAENUM WRITES- A Sff.ORY.
The opening of a splendid -story for
the young, by the famous showinan P.
T. liAiixcM, appears this weok in the
colums of Tin: New York FAmilv
Papkr. The story describes tho ad
ventures 'of an American boy, whom
Mr. Uarnum calls "My plucky BoyTom"
and whom he sent to- India in search
of wild, fierce, and rare animals to re
place these destroyed by the disastrous
lire at Bridgeport last month. Tha rea
der is thrilled by the hair-breadth es
capes of this dauntless American boy
when capturing the fiercest and wildest
animals ever seen in any traveling
show. The Ni-:w York Family
Story paper is for sae at all -hews
stands
Beggs' Cherry Cough SytUj}.'
Is warranted tor all* that the label
calls for, and if it does ilot relieve your
cough you can call at our store and the
money will be refunded to you. It acts
simultaneously oil all parts of tfee sys
tem thereby leavlkg no-Bad'resu^bj
Oct. 38 3m. A, M. Mathias, Dri'ggist
w'SaAri** ^5ioKj3-t»4 :.-i-
^.TEMPERANCE-
Tins spi.ee is devoted to, and. edited in the in
teresi i-i tile Jerauld County W. T. U. Ad
dress ail communication* to Sins
NHTTIKC.
IIAiii... VM'ssington Springs, Jerauld County,
Dakota.
"Thou hast giyen a banner to them that fear
thee.".
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THE NI
jExtracts
Era1
W CIVILIZATION,
from the annual address of
ees E. Williard, continued.!
In the world as He created it at first,
by whose,Word the worlds were made,
man and woman dwelt together, and
to them He gave dominion over every
living tying. After the fall they be
gan to^ift apart, he into the realm of
lorcvJ awl -slie into that of seclusion
bat ij^^rist's kingdom from the days
when women followed Him whitheftuM*
ever they would, lingered lit the cross
and sepulcher, first declared his resur
ection, shared with their brethren his
last uttered commission: "Go tell all
nations," and liis pentecostal "Prom
ise of the Pkther," man and woman
have been sieadily traveling back to
Eden—that is, they have deen slowly
learning that they were created to live
in one worldVnot two. Under the
curse man has'two worl.la and woman
only one he '"lansacks the ages, spoils
the climes" then comes back to her
world and finds, her waiting. I'nder
the blessing, man and womah go hand
in hahd wherever they are called to go
at all. I'nder the curse, man lias his
standard of morality, based on the pre
rogatives of -force prevailing in his
world under the blessing, man and
woman have one iu.nl the 'jaine stan
dard, based on thestruth that the body
is the temple of the Holy Ghost, and
that tiiis is not adiial world with dif
ferent codes. Under the curse, man
has mapped out the State as his largest
sphere, and the Home as the woman's
largest under the blessing man and
woman shall mapout Home as the one
true State, and she who, during centu
ries of training, lias learned how to
govern there, shall help man make the
great, cold, heartless State a warm,
kind, and protecting home. The White
llibbon women are tired of this unnat
ural two worlds in oiie, where men and
women dwell apart they would invade
the solitude of the masculine intellect
*3fH'ak i£. toon the. stereotyped routine
of the masculine hierarchy in Church
and State: and ring out clear but gentle
voices the oft-repeated declaration of
(he Master whom they serve "Behold
I make all things new."
Three debasing physical habits drag
down to the earth the captive souls of
men "here in the body pent and form
a threefold cord with which to bind
them to the hariot, wheels of self-in
dulgence, that hideous Caliban. These
are intemperance, impurity, and the to
bacco habit- nil of them "fleshly lusts
that war against the soul." Each of
these habits is a relentless foe to man
hood's purity and woman's peace each
is a seperatp.ftiry, the sworn enemy of
hbme, the Nemesis pf every little child,
from birth with a load of
tion, or stinging it with the
lash of depravity. Xh.ese three must
all be put away before men- and women
can I've in -one world, (jurist's text
book of the ew Testament be the law
of the realm, and his kingdom come on
earth.
saddling it
deteriora
Begg's Clicrry Cough Syrup.
Is the only medicine that acts direct
ly on the Lungs, Blood and Bowels, it
relieves a cough ihstiintly and in time
effects a permanent cijse.
Oct. 28 3m A. Mathias Druggist.
Buckler's Air\it:a Salve.
The Best,Sal vein, the.world for Cuts,
Bruises,,Sores, .Ulcers, Salt liheuni,
Fever acres, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, Or no
pay required. It is
guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refund
ed. Price 25 eents per box. For Sale by
Dr. A. Mathias.
ST.PAUl
Owns and operates neUi-ly n.twO miles of tli-r
ouf,'lily ei|iiippe:l roai in Illinois, Wisconsin
lowu,Missouri, Jlinuc'iata and Dakota.
It is the Best Direct Route between
all principal pdihts in the North
west, Southwest and Far west.
For maps, time taties, rates of passage and
freight, etc. apply to the nearest station agent
of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Railway, or to any iiailroaa Agent anywhere
in the World.,
R. Miller, A Y^H. Carpenter,
General Maniiger. ,.!G'e« Pass and Tkt. Agt.
J. F. Tucker, Cec. H, HeafVord,
Ass't Gcn'l Muuagoi-. Ass't Uen'l Pass
auil Tkt. Agt.
MlUL,WAt'KKB,
cons Lii
WISCOX31N.
Kor informi^ion in reference,lp lands and'
.Hi'
•A ^s'lS^S
BANK
Make Collections and Buy Good Pa
per.
Money to Loan at Lowest Market
Hates.
The Bank will extend to its custom
ers every accomodation consistent with
sound banking. 1511
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WESSINGTON SPRINGS
C. E. THAYER Eater.
Buy and Sell Exchange.
Deposits received.
Special attention given the accounts
of Farmers and Merchants.
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Housekeeper and 4() Big Books.
FINAL PROOFS carefully attended to. XANDS bought ami sold
Collections a Sqeoialty.
ALBERT CUNDERSOH, WESSINGTON SPRINGS, DAK
Don't Fail to Read What W'e Offer You
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EDITOIl AND PROPRIETOR.
"•'•v&'li*• ^feo. 'J'Ml.
BUSINESS CARDS.
C. W. fiflcDOHALD,
Attorney at Ii*vw anil Nalo.ry Publio
Wes'iin^f"!! fipfinjps,
Coin-eyaiieinj prompt' ,- ami carol'iiiiv atte.iil
eil 'to. Will pi actice i':i all the Territorial courts
Collections rohiitlcd its slion as mad
T. WNUS aiiANK,
PUBLIC.
CEVilL ENGINEER AND ARCHITECT
ni20 Wessington Springs, Dak.
•:WESSINGTON SPRINGS HOTEL.:-
L. H. TARB1.E, Proprietor
TARB1.E,
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AI'IPISTaeci'iuodations.
noy foi"
Jerauld
ltig's furnished 011 shot'!, notice. Hor
ses boarded by the day
est prices. Come one.
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Geo. IV!. Price,
AUCTIONEER.
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Will cry saies of all kinds at any
time and place. Charges .alwaj
sonabla.
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