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   Daily Huronite (Newspaper) - April 26, 1887, Huron, South Dakota                                uronite. VOL ii THE HURON, DAKOTA, TUESDAY, AERIL 26, 1887. DAILY AND WEEKLY. DAILY The Daily Is published at .I o'clock each after- 'l ]y at "broad. NO. 98. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. S.c-X ATTORNEY AT LAW. _0fllce adjoining City Hall. Iluron. FOXTON, M. IX 'PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Huron. Q H. ALFOKD, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. -1.VI'11 th" treatment of dis-  IKI six MONTHS.......... ?rh; TiiitEE MONTHS..... Tl'1' j" I't'li-ved to in t UM territory for those in tin- Stutes to ntorm th-nisehvs reu'iinlint; its resource- Ttc with a view to emigration'. A- an advi-rti-in'" in-duiiii it is not exr.-lled any newspaper in Uaivota. 1-or Oxe DOI.I.AII it u'ill lie eent six months, postage paid, anvwliere in th- wide world. DAVIS .V KICTCIir.M, Editors and Proprietors. CITY OF HUKON. Population, Two liook binderies. United States land otllce. Has four National hanke. The finest depot in Dakota. Holly system of water works. Platted on Monday, Mav 10, ISNI. Thomson-Houston electric lijjhts. United States surveyor uenerai's otlice. Financial center of south-eastern JJakotii. Olllce of the Dakota board of agriculture. Finest opera house in First train arrived on Friday, June ii, 1SSO. Has the only system of drainage in Dakota. Two authorized United States depositories. Six the largest in Dakota. First religious service on Thursday, May Ii, 1880. Horse cars began running Wednesday, Sept. 1, iScti. Elected the Capital ot the, new State of South Dakota. The first building was erected on Mondav, March 1.1, USO. .'Jailroads run to the four cardinal points of the compass. United States signal oflice; receives telegraphic indications dailv. (.traded schools, two brick school-houses heated liy furnaces, 11 teachers. County seat of lieadle county: population, ooo: i.Mi.ooO court house. ISiulding improvements in an average of over a day. Two daily and four weekly papers: three month- ly and one semi-monthly periodicals. Manufacture carriages, wagons and ornamental woodwork: carbonated waters: cigars; building cornice. Two flouring mills; two lirick Icilns made Ooo.ooouf lirick in make artificial stone. the Dakota division of the ChiraL'o >V Nortliwestem H'y, covering over TlHI IllileJ. X'cond wealthiest county in South assi'sred valuation only one otiier county liar- a lower rate of Territorial ta.v, being 1 mi-fl am. 7tenths. The liisinarck Tribune pays Huron is the "Most .'MjcessiMe city 111 Dakota." CITY ACKT. HUNDLEY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT Olllce over Ueadle County National liank, iluron. Yy.M. LOVK, ATTORNEY AT LAW- JOHN CAIN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ___ Heed Block, Huron. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR. HUKON. DAKOTA. Olllce, Jeffrls' Itlock. Jake Sliarpe and Other Hoodlers Want the Bad In- dictments Quashed. The President Say He Would Xot, In January. But Took II Back. A Urotnn Chinee 3Ian Takes a Dose Too 31 eral Items. 1C LV 1 COUNSELOR AT LAW- DAKOTA. iilC W. WII ICE LICK, ATTORNEY AT LAW. III.'KON, Inve-tm.Tit Co ,'id street JJ1! O. SALK, DENTIST. Over Hiinm National Hank, opposite I1 o JJK. W. DENTIST. ________Kooms 1, '-'and :i, Hoeil Block.______ II. .MALTlflK, M. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON- Oilice 4th door west of Baptist church. Kesi- day'o'r attended to, 1J. MOUSEH, -A. 1> t i- i t e i- For Ileadle County. HUKON, DAKOTA. SOCIETY CARDS. A. F. A. 31. Huron Lodge, No. ,'li, meets in Masonic hall the hrst and third Wednesday of each month CHAS. H. o. KAIII. Secretary. H. A. 31. Huron Chapter No. 10, meets in Masonic Hall second and fourth Thursday evenings of each month. C. .M. liAiiiiiso.v, ,J. K. FI.KISCIIKK, H. I'. K. Lacc.tah Comm.indery No. It.-gular Conclave, third Thursday evenings of each month. Stiecial conclave lirst Thursdav of each month A. Coi.roiio, H. M. I.'OWI.KV, Recorder. H -pillar Ciimmiinication .lames Hiver l.oiL-i-, every Mondiiy evening. Visiting Cordially invited. S. C. NA-H, Sec. .1. N. U. Star MncampMient No. 10 I. o. F. Meets tirst and third Fridays each month, at o'clock Odd Fellows' Hall. JOHN C. I'. TIKI-. Si-rilio Canton Huron No. I'atrian-li Militant, meets every Thursday evening in odd Fellows hall. I, ('apt W.M. ItiT-riu.Aii, Clerk. .Mavor, II. .1. Kice. Aldermen 1st Honlev.J. 1'. Nolan N. Favant. II. Voss: F. V. I'.art- lett, .1. A. Ith. L. S. II. A. Maxtleld. Clerk, Alva 1C. Taylnr: Irea.-urer. ICdwin H. (iiraut: IC.T. "Lanjley police jii-tice, 1C. M.Thomas; attorney, A. V. ISurtt; marshal, S. Scott. CITY r.O.MJl) or IC1H.TATION. J.H. Alexander. L. I'.li-s. L. "'rofoot. J Schaller. S r Nash. U'ni. Mclntosh. F. 1C. Ketchum. F. H. Kent. orricicus. S. A. Mother, Cliairman: A. II. Medberv. K. C. Hundley, ;-County C'ommis is. C. S. Sjiragiie j .1. L. Spaiilding, i Marvin Cook, Kegister of Deeds. K. A. Morse, I'robate Judge. I'. Davis, Treasurer. Jacob E. Huffman, Sheriff. M. A. Collins, Coroner, Cuvour. H. J. Ilingham, Surveyor. F. Lawrence, Assessor. Cora M. Shober, Superintendent of Schools. H. Sterling, Countv Attorney. Ueo. W. Woodbury, Clerk of Courts. Fred K. Grant, i I5' F- r Justices of the Peace. S. C. Martin. J Allen 15. Coplln. J K.olT. Svracuse No. ]ti, meets Tuesdav of euch week in I. O. of o. K. Hall. K. CHANT. ii. of If. and S. c. A; L. A. Huri-n ItiilldingiV: Loan Association meets lirst Monday evening' of each month at Dunlap'ri --tore. F. 11. -iii-ji, C. C. DrxLAr, Secretary I'rc-ident. (J. A. U. I'.ist No. 1. meetc everv Friday even- UIL: at in (J. A. li. Hall. J. II. K. M. TIIO.MA-, ____ .Atlj __ I'nniniiinder. A. o. c; Huron llome LudL'-1 No. 17, every Satur-   trouble if the Indians are not soon restrained. ANOTHER MAN. NEW i'oitK, April Sliarpe. the boodle king, was before the court to-day. His council asked for the hearing of tho motion to quash the indictment. May 11 was fixed for the hearing. TJIE NEXT PIIESIDEXT. would be a candidate for re-election or not. That was a matter to be de- cided by the democracy who has hon- ored him greatly and who had a right to his services if they desired them; that no tradition would bo broken by his candidacy for a second term and that it might be most important to his party and to the country that ho whotild bo elected. After a long con versation upon this subject, tho effect of which was as I have stated, the matter was dropped and it has not ninco been alluded to except in a cas- ual manner and I have never had in my possession a letter from tho presi dent with reference to a second term nor have I over seen such a letter or the draft oi one. I have not been in Washington since the fourth of this mouth. If the president has arrived at tho determination suggested in his conversation with me last January, I do not know it. But, knowing well his character, I am confident that if ho THE Times is trying to convince Judge Spencer that ho has been in- sulted. But the Times is such n liar that the Judge can't, believe it THE Jliirion Sentinel thinks people ought to be gentlemanly and ladylike on the cash basis. The Sentinel is right. Politeness and musk are very lino things but they aro too tender for legal tender on subcriptioiis. and job work to the printer who needs to buy bread with his THE Times proposes to do sjmo- have uot taken great pains to find out the interest of fair play to those whom the HritoxiTE seeks to wrong.'' Now who under tho sun is that Tho HriioxrrE seeks to wrong nobody. Justice wrongs nobody. Its failure wrongs every honest body. The HUKOMTE is not seeking to contribute to its failure. It wants to see justice mer- jnonuu thinks it his duty to decline are- cy to be sure-but fair justice to all nomination ho will make his inteu- What the HCHONITE does is matter oc tion public in a way which will ren dor a misunderstanding of it impos- sible. TOO MUCHEE OI'ILEE. GROTON, April Muu, a Chinese lauudrymau of this place, died at this a. m. from tho effects of too much opium. MILLEK GALA DAY. d'niiid Odd Fellows' Demonstration. Special ID the MILLEK, April 2b', 3 p. whole town is yaly decorated. Busi ness houses all closed. A largo army of visitors, happy under beautiful Dakota skies. Five bands iill tho air with inspiring music. Three more said to bo coming. Col. Bentley will deliver the grand oration at -1 o'clock. Grand banquet at 8. Dancing will open up at The occasion is one of tho grandest in the history of South Dakota. THE CALHOUN HONORS. CHARLESTON, S. C., April city is crowded with visitors to-night, public record. Tho tiles are open for examination to all. If it is seeking to wrong somebody that "sor.jobody" must know it. Let him speak out. Let him specify just what the HritoN- ITE has said about him that is not tho simple plain truth. DAKOTA VASSALAGE. The Panipaiit. Heil Skins to Aid Presi- dent Cleveland's Troops Against Honest Settlers. PIERRE, April 'Jo. Special to tho Minneapolis Journal: The Journal correspondent has just returned from tho Wiunebago and Crow Creek reservations, accompanied by sheriff George Harris. The greatest excite- ment exists and Indians Jcovored with war paint and armed with Win- chesters were met on the road mount- ed and following up tho troops. Tho news that the soldiers would drive the settlers from the lands is now known in every Indian 'epeejaud tho chant of tho squaws and tho of V. U. S. Grant Camp No. 4. meets in G. A. R Hall ever evening. -1- ran Hall every evening A. C'HKXCV, Orderly Script. tap t. Free Ueadin-' Koom, Cash's buildlnc. Ojien from a. in. to m., Aveaue. W. C. T. O.-The C. T. U. meets 1st and Saturday of each month, at 3 o clock, in the "i M C. A. Ifcioius. Mils. D. S. McCASLiX, President. F. M. FULI.KII, Sec. Iluron Free Library Association; 400 volumes, In Milo IJooth's store, Third street. MI.B.W.M.CASI.. Secretary President c. W Relief Corits No. 2 meets every alter- nate F-idir ifternoc.n at (J. A. R. Hall. MKS. I.KI.IA L. SJIITII. President. Mils. KATE HOADI.EV, Secretary. _ _ __ Huron Division No. Brotherhood of Loco- motive Engineers, meets in 1. O. O. F. Hall first and third Sundays of each month. JC. L. CnoATn, C'. E. Joiix H. NOLAX. F. A.K. L. F. Prairie Lodge No. 170. Brotherhood of Locomo- tive Firemen, meets in I. O.O. F. Hall second and fourth Sundays of each month. L. Secretary. JAS. MAHX, Master. 1J. of R. U. Huron Lodge No. 61 meets second and fourth Sundays of each month in U. A. R. Hall. FRANK PASCHAL, ED. SAYLES, Secretarv. Master. K. of L. Assoiniilv No. meets every Saturday even- ing at G. A. R. hall. M. W., M. VJIAIJ.. Sec., A. O. EDWARDS. .Senator Vest Coiillrined 15y Dorshei- iner of New York. Cleveland Did Say It. NEW YORK April W. M. Dorsheimer makes the following o statement: In view of the reports which have boon sent out, by the Washington correspondents of some of the western papers, I think it proper to make the following state- ment. In January tho president said to me that ho had been contem- plating the making of a public dec- laration which would take him out of the field as candidate in 1888. He said that ho was led to this conclu- sion not only by personal considera tions, but because he thought such a course would relieve him from the imputations which were cast upon him, and which interfered with his usefulness in oflice. After listen- ing to the president's observations and supposing that he wished an ex- pression of my opinion, I told him that I thought such a declaration would be very unwise and it would increase his perplexities rather than diminish them. I also said that it was not for him to say whether he to attend the unveiling of tho Cal- 1 braves is heard all nightlong. Last houn monument to-morrow. Socre- night Company C. Chain tary Lamar, Postmaster-General Branch Creek. milos from tho Vilas, Secretary Fairchild and Sen- edgo cf the Big Bend, and prot-eeded ator Vorliees arrived this morning j early this morning to cany out its and received to-day a largo number j instructions, reinforced I, v a mob of of visitors. Senators Hampton and i of Indians from all p'lrts of re- Butler are also hero. Gov. llichuru- j nervation, exulting mvr lie iniortua- s.-ii with nil the state officers will j tion that th- whitf s.-ttl-rs an- to bo here to nioirow. 'Military companies ousted. Sheriff Harris s ivs that from aiJ pm-Ls of tho stato will tiilw MO actual lanner- stMJ rosiilo part in tbo parade. un these and a number MANKATO HREVVERV FIRE planted over iiffy aer-s and put April -Tho i, llH js {i) of Joseph I Bach was completely t destroyed by ,JllUlls of o? Everything was burned, except tlult tht> m Loss in- visions of (J (lyr surauco >l.oUO. It will bo rebuilt. j m ten ST. PAUL. innings to d  Big Sioux tion. Shot-ill' Harris reiurns iigain to day to the Wiunebago reservation NEW YOISK April '25: Brooklyn I wil1 his property. Baltimore A HAD ST. LOUIS LOT. ST. Louis, April 25. An evening paper announces that tho United Hills States grand jury will to-morrow present an indictment, against the following well known local persons MISCELLANEOUS. The snow is still deep in tho Black for complicity in tho frauds perpe- trated in tho election last fall: Sen ator Fountain H. Ketchum; Joseph J. Judge, Ex chairman Democrat central committee; Deputy Recorder Chamberlain; central committee mau James Carroll and Peter R. Morrisey, Andrew F. Bloug and James Comvay. Tho British grain market stronger. Wheat is higher in San Francisco. Six killed and eighteen injured by a Northern Pacific accident in Washington territory. McLaughliu, the wrestler, won last night at Sioux Falls. There are indications that tho pres- ident will proclaim non-intercourse with Canada, on the basis of the Ed- munds bill.   

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