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BUSINESS CARDS.
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M. MATHIAS, M. O.
radii!*"-'
of the University ol Pennsylvania—
«f 18GO)i offers his professional services.
A full line of
PURE
DRUCS AND MFDICINES
Stationery,
Toilet Articles. Garden Seeds
Paints. Oils, Glass, Putty, &c.
WESS1NGTON
SPRINGS. DAKOTA.
TURNER. M. D.,
1
physician
and Surgeon.
Wessington Springs Dakota.,
Oftice. North Side Main Street
Conveyancing
,!
t0.
R. FRANCIS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
160
c. SHOUSE, Ml. D.
PLANKINTON. DAKOTA. 3-Utt
VY. MCDONALD,
ttorney at taw and Notary Public
VVessuiRtou Springs, Dakota.
promptly aud carefully atte.id-
Will practice in all the Territorial courts
dilutions remitted as soon as made.
E, C. NORDYRE
LAWYFR.O
Will transact Real Estate business
make collections promptly
anil practice in all courts in the state.
AND
SOLICITOR OF PENSIONS.
UKSSINOTOX SPRINGS, S. DAK.
D# K. COLE,
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
-Special attention given to fine re
pairing, engraving &c. Third door
south of Sanborn
Woonsocket,..
County Bank,
South Dak.
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A strictly first-class machine. Fully
warranted. Made from very best
material, by skilled workmen, ancl
with the best tools that have ever been
devised for the purpose. "Warranted
to do all that can be reasonably ex
pected of the very best typewriter
extant. Capable of writing 150 words
per minute—or more—according to
the ability of the operator.
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address the manufacturers:
THE PARISH MF'CCO.,
Agents wanted. 1'A III1*il, X.
PDRUVRENOGKAL'ILY AND
rnhb.
TYPKWK TING IKhE.
First-class facilities and best ol
teachers. Address, with stamp for
return postage,
THE PARISH MF'G CO.
Parish, X. Y.
Owensbtirg Ky. is in ashes.
A recent Ore consumed the whole
village of Winslowlnd.
P. II- I-Iagerty iind Co. of Aberdeen
P. D. have resumed business.
General O Neal ex governor of Ala
bama died last Friday.
The defeated candidate is like the
earth. He is flattened at the polls,
In a railway collision near Nicholas
ville Ky.last Friday six men were
killed.
The democrats are quite jublant
over their victories and well they
might be.
Three hundred perrons were killed
at Tai-ping-fu China, by the explosion
of a powder mill.
Indians near Beece River Nevada
threaten hostilities towards the set
tlers in that region.
Water has been found in considerable
quantities in the Desert of Sahara by
means of artesian wells.
ExMayor Cottrell of Key West the
terror of all Florida, was shot by
officer at Montgomery Alabama.
"jeMutualFire Insurance company
Chicago Illinois has made an assign
ment for the benefit of it creditors last
week.
The OovernoTGeneral has refused to
commute the sentence of Mr Birchall
the murderer of Benwell, consequently
he must haug to-day.
William Baldwin or Atchison Kan
sas, who has since 1886 been a prisoner
charged with murdering his siscer was
pardoned by Governor Humphrey last
week.
Red Rube" Reuben Burrows a
noted outlaw who has been commit
ing some of the most outrageous dep
redations in Alabama and adjoining
states, was shot at Linden, Alabama,
recently by a merchant named J, c!
Carter.
France seems inclined to retaliate.
Advices from Paris of October 25 say:
Under the new tariff just promulgated
here the rates against all productions
from the United States are advanced.
American pigs will be charged §1.16
each, while the following are estimated
by the hundred pounds: United States
bullocks, 87c do, sheep, 81.35 fresh
meat (bullocks), $1.75 salt meat (pigs),
S1.05 do, bullocks. 81-90 do, in tins,
70c lard, S1.10 oleomargarine and sim
ilar products, 175 wheat and oats, un
ground, 2(ic Hour, 43c maize, whole,26c
maize Hour, 43c.—Ex.
Woman's suffrage has been defeated
by some 8,OCO votes while the Indian
has been extended the franchise. It
is an insult to the intelligent woman
hood of South Dakota. Of course it
is but fair to presume that the Indian
clause was adopted through
a
LAND DECISIONS: GLEANED
FROM THE
MITC HELL REPU BLICAN.
Edwin S, Waterbury vs. Horac^ P.
Jones, involving the se 4 21-107-07
Jerauld county. The commissioner
states in his decision:"! am satisfied
from the evidence of the contestant's
witnesses that defendant acted in good
faith regarding his said entry, and in
full compliance with the law," ana
dismisses the case, affirming the decis
ion rendered by the register and recei
ver.
Lapoint vs. Watkins and Coffee vs
Watkins and LaPoint, involving
E for sw 34-108-64, Jerauld county.
The decision made by the commission
er awards the land to Colfeo.
The following has been passed to
patent,
an
Charles H. Thorn aud George Shinn,
two noted stage robbers were captured
at Chicago by detectives, recently,
Roger Q. Mills has alreadv expressed
his willingness to be a
the proof having, on re-exam­
ination been found satisfactory:
United States vs. Bowan Stratton
involving land in section 6-109-63, Jer
auld county.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains,
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded
Price
candidate
the speakership of tbe nsxt house.
or
25 cents per box. For Sale By
Lioth Bros.
We were too busy this week to pub
lish the
Commissioner'sproceedings
in
full.
WhbSINGTON SPRINGS, JERAULD COUNTY,
misun­
derstanding of'its meaning, but now
the Indian
vote just the same, and
caD
your wife and daughter can have the
supreme satisfaction of watching Mr.
Indian, now a sovereign citizen of the
United States, deposit his ballot. For
such is the wisdom of men, and THEY
have decreed it thus. —Woonsocket
Times.
While there has been a great howl by
the freetraders about the McKinley
law, and the democrats have been rein
forced by the independent-: in order to
repeal it if possible, yet it is a law
more in favor of the westesn farmer,
as a class, than any other law ever
passed. Does the western farmer
want tha repeal of the duty of 3(5 cents
a bushel on llax, the old duty having
been 20 cents. Do western far
mers object to a duty of 30 cents a bu.
on barley Of 40 cent a bushel on
beans? Of 5 cents a dozen on eggs'?
And we might go on through
!a
long
list of farm'products. What will the
democrats give you instead of this pro
tection? What do you want?
The Independents in Jerauld county
have carried the day, and in their
scramble for office they have slaughter
ed one of the best men (Mr. .Huntley)
in the state of South Dakota. It was
a campaign of misrepresentations and
their motto was rule or ruin. In the
defeat, of Mr. Huntley they certainly
have nothing to be proud of. No bet
ter legislator or truer gentleman lives
in South Dakota. His defeat is a dis
credit to the county. —Woonsocket
Times.
ANNUAL FARRIERS' INSTITUTE.
BKOOK1XGS, SOUTH DAKOTA. -•.
Xov. 17tll to 21st, 1890.
PROGRAMME.—MONDAY, NOV. 17. S
8 p. in.- Opening Lecture
TUESDAY NOV. IS.
a. m. The Foot of the Horse, Dr. Cary
10 :i. m. The Best Forest Trees, Prof. Keller
11 a. in. 'The Feeding Problem, Pro!. Foster
1.30 p.
ID.
The Elements ol Plant Nu­
trition Controlled by man, Prof. Shenard
2.30p. in. How to Destroy Insects, tr
:i.301. in. Easy Book-Keeping, Prof. Ken
in. Irrigation
WliDNKSDAY, NOV. 11).
9 a. m. Whul Breaks, Prol'. -\eltvr
10 a. m. The Teachings of a Few Field
Experiments, Prof. Foster
11 a. in. Tlie Elements of Plant Nu
trition
CODtrolled
The State Equal Suffrage Association
met in Huron Nov. 7th. afternoon and
evening, and transacted all busines
neccessary in closing lip the year's
work, and dissolving the Association
A new State organization was then
perfected which is temporary. The
following officers were elected.
President, Mrs. P. E. Johnson. High
more S. Dak. Vice President at large
Mrs. Sophia Harden Huron. Secratary
Mrs. Elizabeth M. Wardall, Huron
Treasurer Dr. Nettie C. Hall Wessing
ton Springs, Organizer. Mrs. Emma
DeYoe Huron. Superintendent 'of
Oratical Contents/ Mrs., Hamor 'High'
more. All county Presidents :ire mem
bers of Ssate Executive Committer-*®?:
gethcr with, the general officers and
State Superintendents
The Queen Pays All The Expense.
The Queen's last 'Tree Trip to Eu
rope" having excited such universal
interest, the publishers of that popular
magazine offer another and $200 tor
expenses to the person sending them
the
largest list of English words con
structed from letters contained in the
the three words "British North
America." Additional prizes consist
ing of Silver Tea Sets, China Dinner
Sets, Gold Watches, French Music Box
es, Portiere Curtains, Silk Dresses,
Mantel Clocks, and many other useful
and valuable articles will also be a-
prize
Corns, and all Skin Erup­
SOUTH
by Man, Prof. Sliepard
1.!J0 p. in. Common Diseases ol tlie
Digestive Apparatus, Dr. Cary
2.:i0 Farm Accounts, Prof. Kerr
3.40 p. in.
Why
We Eat, Dr. Orcutt
8 p. in. I.ecture.
THURSDAY, XOV. 20.
Ha. m. Business Forms and Points
of haw, Prof. Kerr
10 a. in. Water as a Food Carrier for
Plants, Prof. Sliepard
11 a. in. What Constitutes Good Cul
ture, Prof. Keller
1.30 p. in. Clinics, Dr. Cary
2.30 p. ui. Sheep Husbandly in Dakota.
3.30 p. in. Summer Fallow and Animal
Manures Prof. Foster
8 p. m. Organization of a State Dairymen's As
sociation.
FRIDAY. NOV. 21.
0 a. in. Contagious and Infectious Dis
eases, Dr. Cary
10 a. m. The Sugar Beet Prof. Sliepard
11 a. in. Farming for Dakotians, Prof. Poster
l.30i).m. Garden Vegetables, Prof, iveffer
2.30 p.m. What to Eat, ... Dr. Orcutt
1
"""-'f*-\
Three interesting, busy'sessions were
held ending on the Eighth at two o'
clock P. M. The workers expressed
themselves as not dismayed or cast
down, but set to work to formulate
plans that will batter down the walls
of old time predudice.
Susan B. Anthony's cheerful face and
cheering words added new zeal to her
faithful followers among South Dak
ota sons and daughters.
Mrs. Hall tendered her resignation
as State Treasurer, which was accepted
with regrets, after she had urged the
neecessity of such action. Mrb. Hall
is alternate delegate to the National
American Womans Sull'rage Conven
tion which meets in Washington D. C.
next February.
Epoch-
The transition from long, lingering
and painful sickness to robust health
marks an epoch in the life of the indi
vidual. Such a remarkable event is
treasured in the memory and the agen
cy whereby the good health has lieen
attained is gratefully blessed. Hence
it is that so much is heanl in praise of
Electric Bitters. So many feel they,
owe their restoration to health to the
use of the Great Alterative and Tonic.
If you are troubled with any disease of
Kidneys, Liver or stomach, of long or
short standing you will surely lind re
lief 'oy use of Electric Bitters. Sold
at 50c. and 81 per bottle at Roth Bro's
Store, Alpena.
warded in order of merit. A special pC1-on Temperance Temple by,
DAKOTA, FRIDAY
COMMISSIONER'S PROCEED
INGS.
Board adjourned untill 8 clock A
M. Nov. 11th. 8 oclock A. M. Nov. 11
Board met pursuaut to adjournment
all members present and proceeded to
make out the official returns of said
election, On motion Board adjourned
untill 1 o'clock. P. M. 1 o'clock P. M.
Board metyursuant to adjournment.
All members present. On motion the
petition of over one half of the legal
voters of Media Township for civil
township organization was acted ubon
and petition granted, and the follow
ing township officers were appointed.
Wm. Brodkorb.
Supervisors -J Joe. Rummelhart.
Edward Madden
Clerk, Will Housel.
Treasurer. j}. G. Cummings.
Assesor. Cyrus Thompson.
Tuitiwq Hacket.
Justices ABeillSi
Constadles.
B. Weibold.
P. Hacket.
Road Supervisor, Dis't. No
1
Geo Pratt.
No.2E. Voorhees
No. 3 James Dev-
ine.
Road District No. 1 shall consist of
^Sections 1 to 12.
No. 2 shall con't of 13 24
vf No. 3 "25 "3(5
inclusive.
On motion the following justices' re
ports were allowed and warrants drawn
as follows Justice Report of G. R. Bate
man in case ot' State of South Dakota
VS. Joseph Vanis Justice fees 8 2.45
Sheriff. 8 4.10
State of South Dakota vs Alva Bevens
Witness fee, 825.20
Justice fee. 87,75
Sheriff's 86.85
State of South Dakota vs Adolph Ad
ebar.
Witness fees. 82.10
Justice fees, 8330
Sheriff fees, 86.80
Justice report of W. A. Rex in case of
State of4SouthDakota V3 Cora Darby
and John Darby:
Justice fees, $9.90
Constable fees, 815.60
ffj-l' "I't "TVi fcJ'jT tii*1 ..
aud'lRdafid allowed. •ss«r
Bfft.iBUwser, County- Printing. —S' 920.1c
William ilawthorne Court lJailill. sc.00
Pat-ifcDouald SlieriIt fees. $17,00
Geo. D. Itnrnard Warrant Books. ¥25.00
Clara'A. Dunham Assistant Clerk of Courts,
1. 89.00
John},Paul, Bridge Material S50.00
|'at McDoaalil Distributing ballot boxes and
notifying Judges of election. S2G.cn
C. S. ItSclmrdson Canvassing election
returns. Sfi.oo
Simpson Couuty Printing. S21.G8
Blank, and Stationary S20,13
Pat McDonald Slierill' fees S2.00
N. J, Dunham Fees-as Clerk of Courts .¥7.05
John Grant Services as County Com'r. $24,50
jlanlinglumber and bridgework, 83.75
Mariwariug BMIS, Coal .?!)C.3U
Thomas Koad Supervisor'
Artliiir Love, Manager Love's Funny
Folks (iombination writes: "After a
thoroiis :h trial and convincing evidence
I urn confident Dr. King's New Discov
ery for consumption beats 'em all, and
cures, when everything else fails. The
greatest kindness I can do my many
thousiipd friends is to urge them to try
it."' Ipe trial bottles at Roth Bro's
Drtfg Store, Alpena. Regular sizes,
50c. aiijd ©1.00.
ml
w. C. T. TJ. MEETING.
AFCTIII
of a Seal Skin Jacket to the lady Mrs. c. n. Freeland
and a hansome Shetland Pony to girl or jjeel'tiiion by iiiss. Hattie Cogshail.
boy (delivered frpo in Canada or Unit-1
ed States) sending, tbe largest lists.
Everyone sendingallst of not less than,
twenty words wilf receive a presant.
Send six U. S. two cent stamps or com
plete rules, illustrated catalogue of
prizes, and sample number of the Queen
Address. THE CAXADU.V QCEEX,
Toronto Canada
Will McDonald returned home
night.
Ess
last
executive meeting of the W. C. T. U.
it jm jdecided to hold the next Quarterly
Moetiisat Wessiiigton Springs instoad cf at
V-'iit-ec'.'liry, on account of so many people hav
ingleitlthat part of the country.
Tlie oileeting will be held Nov. 15, 1S90 com
niencli at 2 p. 111.
Siiigin.T
CDevoiilnal lixeeises conducted by,
Mrs.M. II. Freeland
KeadBE of minutes o£ last meeting.
llegorifif Unions and Supts,
lteeitatjon by Walter Matiiias,
:,y Mrs. Mllikiu.
What shall be loue in our present em­
ergen*?
Uedtition. I-'red Dunham.
Tl'ie vi'ill be a leetiire in the evening if a
good Hjeaker can be secured.
1- ANNA
\NOHDYKE,LLEE.
Married.—At the residence of the
brldi mother, Thursday November
18th Will Kline and Lina French,
Rtjv lr. Norval officiating. The
1IEIA.LD
extends congragulations.
NOV. 14,1890.
"IT,
JosejiliFuniliam work, "li.GO
On
motion
Board
adjourned untill S,o'­
clock A. M. Nov, 12th.
(Will continue next week
The Pulpit and the Stage.
Rev. F. M. Shrout, Pastor United
Brethren Church, Blue Mound, Kan.,
says: feel it niy duty to tell what
wonders Dr. King's New Discovery has
done for me. My lungs were' badly
diseased, and my parishioners thought
I cejuliljlive only a few weeks. I took
flvejbotjtles of Dr. King's New Discov
ery .ami am sound and well, gaining 26
lbs. iln weight."
ALBERT & VESSEY,
PLENTY OF SWEET POTATOES THIS WEEK.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT NEXT ISSUE.
Vlis—For prop'd Amend limit'g pui. indebt to 8500,000
NO—Against same
YES—For prop'd amend, proliib. Indians from voting.
NO—Against same
VKS—For amend, strilc'g word "male" from Sec 2 Art 4
NO—Against same
(A. C. Mellette,
Covernor-! H. f.. Loucks,
I Maris Taylor,
Ui. II. lloirman.
Lieutenant (lovernor-' A. I.. VanOsdel.
(Peter Concli'iion,
A. O. Hingsrud.
Secretary of State-. H. M. Hanson,
C. II. Freeman,
I L. C. Taylor,
Auditor-! J. 1{. I.owe.
I J. A. Weeks.
(W.W.Taylor,
State Treasurer- F. B. ltoberts.
Ml. 1'. Horswlll.
I liobert Dollard
Attorney General- S. W. Cozand,
I S. II. VanBuskirk,
A. P,ywater.
Auditor (). .r, Marshall,
I S. li. Sllillip.
Twwm*r II. J. Wallace,
Treasuiei ,, shultz,
Shpriii I J-14. Eddy,
onprnt ,at
McDoml
A. M. Mathias,
Coroner John Ciiapnian,
1!. L, Turner,
6. R. Batenian,
(("ortez Sahnon,
.Superintendent of Pi" Instruction^ Eugene A. Dye,
(W. A. Buxton
I'Thos. A. ltutli,
Com. of School and Public Lands-1, F. F. Meyer,
IT. C. Kennedy,
11. A. Smith.
Com. of Labor and Statistics -1 W. J* Jolinson,
E. H. Kvenson,
John A. Fickler,
John It. Gamble,
Kepresentatives in Congress Frederick Zipp.
I Frank A. Leavitt,
I
F. H. Clarke,
W. Y. Quigley,
State Senate ^ilith?"'
(John Teasdale,
Representative in Legislature-! V. I. Converse,
(J. Sickler,
Pennaiient seat of Government-j pjerre'
Register of Deeds -J w.^Wbltney,
i,|f
(A.Converse.
County Judge-! A. I.Churchill,
(M. C. Ayers.
K. C. Nordyke,
District Attorney C. W. McDonald.
[John H. Francis,
Clerk of Courts -j y/g/ vrooman',
I G. O, Williams,
Superintendent of Scliools-I Jennie H. Miles,
I Mary A. Williams,
D. I!. Paddock,
Assessor -i H. A. rick,
1 Fred Kater,
Surveyor-j J- ij. siuinil,
I'erley Haekett,
C. I. Jacobs,
I. S. Binford,
E,V. Miles,
James Wray,
Justices of the Peace
1) Hughes,
Geo Titus,
Isaac Byani,
I Joshua Rounds,
.f James Foster,
I A lteigel,
EL Smith.
I WCMumlie-'
Sec.
Constables- Ferris. v.«
John Tawlks,
John Jacobs,
(l l'atemaii,
Silas Foster.
Wood,
County Commissioner
jfiVSer.
NO. 399
ALBERT & VESSEY.
OFFICIAL COUNT.
tc.t
cVa. -V&rr lOOO——-—'
.Oneo'clock,P.Board?!Coupty OoB^WWM^rB of J«raul$.'County mefc
pursuant to adjournment, all members present#afid^ proceeded to canvass t$e
election returns of an election held Nov. 4th. 1890. R. J. Eastman, IL Herrirjg,
C. S, Richardson, asting as canvassing board and F. W, Whitney as clerk.
On motion Board adjourned untill 7 o'clock P. M. 7 o'clock P. M. Board
met pursuant to adjournment, all ibembers present, and finished the canvass
and counted the vote with the following result.
14 211 6123.150
5 35|42112485
2|20! 8,44 34 221
20i 531 4 5U:4in
15! 7 22 13 4!) 292
"r—1 18 3« 10 354
7i'21 29 10 4!) 2K8
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15 27 8
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1 61 14
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20: S: 1.39 2i( 328
I II 15 64
0.20 2(1 10 47 28(1
201 8, 0 3!3» :i2!(
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(1.20 2!) 10:47 282
20 8 (!3!l,:i0 327
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