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The Sunday Republican (Newspaper) - November 9, 1890, Mitchell, South Dakota MITCHELL SOUTH DAKOTA NOVEMBERS NUMBER 115 S AND SUPPLIES Every School Book Used in Davison County S BOOKSELLER JEWELER DOOK SOCHI OF School Books Tablets Pens Stationery Inks Slates etc etc: and Druggists Sundries Paints Oils Shes Window Glass Putty etc A Large Line of Watches Clocks Jewelry and Beautiful Designs at Very Low Prices H U Nichols practical watchmaker and makes a of anil promptly All work warranted to giro entire satisfaction PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED Best Goods at Low GEO E LOGAN I pay freight to any town in South Dakota K O-O TO TUB EXCLUSIVE IN FOR Watches Clocks Jewelry A Full Line of Silverware of the Celebrated Rockford Manufacture THE BEST IN THE WORLD Call and Examine AH Hoods of Me Will He of Charge REPAIRING A SPECIALTY First-Class Work only Watches Demagnetized Opposite the First National Hank Do you want beads for fancy work? Do you want embroidery silk or Do you wont a fine pair of kid Do you wish to buy or table Do you wish to buy hose for yourself or o you wish a fine 5 Do you want to see or buy a nice silk worked table Are you going to make a present to a friend of a silk handkerchief mufflers jet black or fancy Do you want ANYTHING in the notion if you do I have it and you can buy it cheap c w CILLIS FALL WEATHER FURNISHINGS FOR MEN THE HONEST GOODS AT HONEST PRICES MITCHELL DAILY REPUBLICAN THE MITCHELL PRINTING CO Props H W A K DEAN Business OF DAILY Single 05 mouth 75 Three 25 One year y 00 One Killed in a J r Plain Facts about South Dakota is the title of a small but sive pamphlet just issued by the cago Milwaukee and St Paul ger department which contains among other valuable articles a clear and cinct statement of the condition of affairs in Davison county Without reflecting upon any other portion of che elate is no question but that Mitchell IB near the center of a crop region and that the time is not far distant when our farm lands will equal in those of northwestern Iowa and of the extreme southwestern counties of this state Our efforts therefore should be directed to advertising the merits of the land at our doorsteps Village of Be Entirely An Jon flaur on Business Portion o at il I ire at p to In a Ark been commenced Loral city corporation have undertaken the project The canal will bo i feet deep and avl will afford unlimited water power tor manufacturing poses No Show Kan Nov The is now apparently against the re- M uf by 15 votes at and possibly 24 Latest Indications Are Thai Ke cans Have Only Majority s A tire -ALL AND EXAMINE MY ELEGANT STOCK The evident determination of the citizens of Mitchell to fall into line and carry this town forward to the it is entitled to occupy in the sute is certainly to every one who has faith in her future Mitchell's prospects for a solid growth were never more promising than at this time There are a half dozen new enterprises which only need looking after to secure them to this city The reorganization of the board of trade will do much in this direction but be- hind KS efforts should be the hearty co-operation of every k dividual Mitchell to the front should be our watchword from this on C the The M They lied j e from 1 he tord of X'ew Iy injured by h the e- A flight fully irl s Those republican papers which have rattled over the recent lanche shoul 1 Into past where they will discover it of uot term second term following success in mul isso it won't do to c a t this early to th the recent result or to on the outcome in 1892 The returns Income more mixed the more they get in The Sioux FalU Press figured that the ticket id safe but that the is and the Sioux City Journal aud Aberdeen News make it appear that both state and legislative tickets have been saved by the licans The count will have to be the tidal arbiter started about of Rudd house tot hotel i senger r ery stable I aroused ery to and fro try building Charles Albany Ind was jumping front the pavement below I of Detroit Mich burned and will die of Philadelphia w loins to neck His d a expected W of was fatally burned 1 Ky fire department sent relief at o'clock a in it killed by jumping from a window in the Kudd house The buil lings burned The a story hotel rile board of trade butcher simp store livery saloon A 1 and Corley ware store DESTROYED An fire visited this nearly the place The lire Rogers store and rapidity store lions stock 15 nelson u A i if 1 110 general ance twenty-three the depot and the 000 CRASHED THROUGH A SLEEPER LOST EIGHTEEN v Not a from That Nov The Sun The find now almost complete re- from districts add to the the IK I majority in the bo equal to almost one- half membership and laim the Aid of He Able to ontrol Tariff Causes Ascribed Election KeMi lion for the s Kler i eluding Rhode i I h- will be without a single e IVe Several Republican states m- w Hampshire and are entirely without and there e Republicans elected Kr.w Nov H the latest in it Diat the March will stand Republicans with one- Neat from New Hampshire in doubt The house will have a majority of ILLINOIS MAJORITIES 1 lie ad lev's table v dn stove and to Nov Tribune Rep publish s turns from out of rj counties in Illinois on state urer I of are and the der cari fully estimated showing a Wilson over Ut p The from which no urns been received not all v-i the general result tt and estimates from the counties on superintendent of ion indicate the election Haab Dem over Edwards Rep by a plurality ot Majority Over o Holmes and Warwick's in the Sixteenth e Republican state claim the election of in the Seventeenth dis- First Sixth Seventh and return con- the Third Fourth and lit publican congressmen to hear from iu district shows a small and the Ninth a majority CONTROL TARIFF LEGISLATION mix Count on Aid of in the Md Nov s A special to J lie American from Washington rt turns indicate that next the senate will be dangerously near a tie The lican majority of 1 1 in upper of may almost totally disappear and with the aid of such senators u.s and Paddock the Would be able to i Dl I i i fl I ion in the senate as well as in the now stands 47 Republicans and Democrats The new states of Idaho and Wyoming will increase majority 14 when meets in December To this majority it won Id be necessary for the ni to control of the in v n of the states which eh et in Tins result is accomplished According to Republicans ni New consin Colorado Illinois and and New 1 Would leave a Republican it I u it alter next The of Wisconsin it here will the state so that the rleet a crat c to Sawyer to will Alliance and it will vote the all economical SlU t IN- may be Democrats upon t car Foster tue weather prophet that November will be noted for weather disturbance especially for tropical and northwestern blizzards iu the northwest people will imagine that winter is coming on and but after the storms are over beautiful weather will appear Huron hates to give up but the re- turns are certainly her And the people of I he state are in no mood to stand any attempt at a contest One town fought just as fairly as the other aud the voters of the state are mighty glad the impute is settled at n Crossing on i CINCINNATI on the ex- press em the Cincinnati was run into by a ill and ville freight at a m at ilie tion City crossing com- wrecked Am the injured were B general of the Pacific railroad at St and Mrs S W Wheeler of Milwaukee is not dangerously injured Tlie ANNIHILATED BY FIRE of 1 ml iana Nov the ships in the an average Lrain of t to the township will make the state Democratic by The Democrats elect eleven of thirteen congressmen The will be Democratic on joint ballot by t Nov s At a ence of political supporters of Con- for re-election it was declared that frauds were com- congressional dis- and it was determined to take steps for the purpose of contesting the election of ton CAUSES ASCRIBED mil 01 mi I Ills till Jn those South counties where the republican party was and harmonious the result has been a happy one There is a lesson in this for the other fellows Ind S a town of 400 in this county was completely wiped out by tire day A at Devils I u DEVILS LAKE X D Nov Four dwellings and a warehouse three horses and u cow and of diso all belonging to Stade and a large warehouse of Hell's by Alex Walker were all st roved by 1 088 is about yil ance Walker's stock saved Bell's loss is covered by insurance The originated in the rear of I In iu OMAHA Dem i- governor to Ab st of the Republican ticket is elected The alliance have the legislature and two and most of the count v Thai big democratic majority when it congress next March will be iu a position to ask with gau ot Texas What are we here lor y The remit in where the head of the ticket cau uot be a I Ion it- Drath EAU Wis s Cook elected Tuesday on the Democratic ticket died at -J a in from collapse following caused by success of his party lie was far gone with pulmonary consumption Won E K I Nov The skin A t in 11.1 IH i i c X H from all but towns Tuttle Kep governor Amsden Dem Fletcher Pro The i ten to twenty ity iu the and the Democrats claim two to sixteen SPEAKERSHIP SPECULATION The man out west has a right to be proud of the gallant record of republicans Wisconsin went wilder than any o them Mie gave for governor Even ir only tiie head of the reput lican ticket went down was de- glove fight for a side between to have Austin Gibbons of Patterson and Mike Cushing of X Y took place at 4 a m dishing was knocked out in the nineteenth round The fight has been the leading topic among sporting men since the fight and a large force of the lighters from Xew York on Thursday to the rendezvous at dence Betting in Xew York previous to the fight was loo on ribbons Gibbons defeated in a contest a year ago but Cushing's friends claim d that he was not in condition hence their anxiety to bring another match on ui Who An- foi the Honor Ni w Nov Sun's ington special Now that it is be- yond that the Democrats will have control of the next house of speculation is indulged in regard to the speakership of Illinois and 31 r Crisp of are an the most prominent ot whose names are mentioned for Mr Mills of Texas is credited no ambition for the office and has frequently si a ed he would prefer to be n as the leader of the house and chairman of the committee on and Mr of Indiana i u i I I i Nov s Senator man in an interview here said that the of the Democracy was an ex- pression of tiie against radical measures such as the Republicans had brought forth during this congress You had the same thing he said in 74 when the Republicans attempted to pass the force carried that year and won a general sweeping victory We held the house from that time until the election before this when the country thought we had proposed a radical measure and we lost the present house The conservative people of the country are very sensitive to anything which they conceive to radical The senator was asked if he thought the victory would be it would give the Democrats the next president It depends upon their course Jf they are cautious and conservative they may a long lease of power Senator Dulph in explanation of the result of the election said that it wasan oft year and that of the tariff were inactive while those on the other side of the question were working with all their might Mr Mr Depew what he thought of the Democratic tidal wave He It is the McKinley law not the legit imato results of the McKinley law but the of its going into operation only thirty days before election effects which ought to have been foreseen 1 am not surprised that we are to have a a Democratic house of representatives Some weeks ago I made up i iy mind that the Democrats would carry the house of congress though I did not expect so great a majority as this I'll tell you what made me think so It was the way of the McKinley was use of All over the country prices have been going up or going to go up because of the McKinley and generally on articles which were not affected by that measure In other words of all kinds Republican as well as Democrat have made the McKinley an excuse for Mr McMillan of Tennessee and Mr advancing their prices or threatening to of Ohio have also been 1 do so named lor the office The most esting gossip points to od the newly chosen member N Y as next speaker It of this new member Iowa Minnesota and Kansas were after all t helper and More Enjoyable Yank ton Under statehood YanKton county pays annually less taxes than ui der th This is the rme over jW Messrs Harris the state Taxes arn no higher and igan A Kith WINNIPEG Man Nov vein in the Ben Harrison gold mine ad- joins the municipality of Rat Portage Lake of the Woods and which was only 5 inches wide at the has widened to feet at a depth of 15 feet and is turning out remarkably rich An assay shows a yield of over per ton The mine is worked Franklin of average less than under theold system After all it Is just as cheep and a at Sou OTTAWA Out of great deal more fun to be a member constructing a new power canal I Ab ilia wMa 1 of Uncle Sam's family the Canadian side at Sault i from Buffalo is in b a from New York would Help to carry that state in 1 jr I also argued that honor has the South long enough i i to lie spra Nov D who has just been re-elected to rules by a majority of in this district announces himself as a date for the speakership of the next house of Would the ON ia Nov Blount is announced in The Daily Tele- graph as a candidate for speaker in the next house of representatives And Mr Hatch Ainu ST Nov Hatch who has just been re-elected in the Missouri district announces himself as a candidate for speaker of the house of representatives The result is that people will not inter- stand these higher prices or are mad at Dan it and turn on the party that passed the These are the illegitimate results of the McKinley tariff It has hardly got into operation yet and itw good effects cannot be felt foi some time to come I do not believe it will raise prices as ple are now pretending it will and 1 think it will stimulate industry and two years hence will reverse the ion of Tuesday for it is clear that the idea of protection is deeply rooted and growing in this country As Told by ST Nov Harrison arrived here and is registered at the Ryan In an interview Mr Harmon explained according to his belief the cause of the great Democratic avalanche or landslide that took place day He thought that the tations of the McKinley and the Force were the prime causes He said Governor Toole's chances for the from Montana are good but there will undoubtedly be other crats appear in the arena
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