Daily Huronite, January 27, 1891

Daily Huronite

January 27, 1891

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Daily Huronite (Newspaper) - January 27, 1891, Huron, South Dakota VOL. VI.HURON, SOUTH DAKOTA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1891. NO. 16. PROPERTY AGAINST LOSS BY Judgement should be displayed in buying medicine above all things. In selecting ft remedy for any disease, you should bs positive that it contains nothing injurious to the health. Many remedies on the market leave the patient in ft much worse condition, than before BUILDING A SENATOR. Judge Moody Releases His Friends Now for the General Scramble —Balance AII! taking them. AT THE- RANCK s. s. s. I can place your insurance in the following well known companies : KOVAL, of Liverpool, England. CONTINENTAL, of New York City. LONDON and LANCASHIRE, of Liverpool, England. HAMBl'KO-Bl IEM EN, of Hamburg, Germany. ANC LO NEVADA, of San francisco, Cal. MUTUAL FIRE, of Chicago. LIBERTY, of New Voile City. is purely vegetable, and perfectly harm less; the most delicate child can take it w iii. absolute safety. It contain* no mercury or minerals of any kind^ and yet it never fails to cure the diah eases it is recommended for. Book on Blood and Skin diseases free. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, G* Don’t be shocked if they elect Loueks senator! Of course he’s ineligible; but that    counts    nothing with these D. Jims,    They    know    what they want and will get it if they have to steal it. 1 Converse got so disgusted this Special to the Huronite.    _    ,    . Pierre,    Jan.    26. - Midnight.-A afternoon    that he    moved    the house republican caucus closed a short    now    adj >utn sine die. A pity time ago. Seeing that it is imposer    ^    to pr wa >.    2*>.    J djin. bin at this srage of the proceedings    TIIK    I    \THST for him to gain the solid vote of the    -- republicans. Senator Moody released The Unlucky Number of “Id’ iu the , the republicans from all obligations    Race Melville iii It. J to himnelf. This plan will allow | Sl,e< ift, t:, h(. n.ronl~~ I some of the ambitious gentlemen to Pierre, Jan. 27, 2 p. rn.—Two bal- i verify their assertions that they can J were taken in joint convention get more votes than Air. Moody and 1 thus secure an election. THE LEGISLATURE. The South Dakota List of Alem hers of the Senate Assembly I he Senate. District.    Postoffice.    County. 1—T. M. Stewart. Elk Point.............Union 2—John L. Jolley  Vermillion.........Clay ' 3— I, B French  Yankton  ...Yankton I - Peter Byrne........Bon Homme Bon    Homme 5—VY if Dunham.......Saddle Creek......Lincoln ti—A L Peterman......Parker.............Turner 7—Jacob Schnaidt. ...Menno........Hutchinson S’—John s Bean  Vrnioar..........Dong]ae ti—A B Kittredge......Sioux Fille. ..Minnehaha La??e B-thum......Palisade? ......“ to-day. There were the unlucky IO- Mathew White... ll — I * F Wickham____ 12—II C Preston..... I J—J L Ileintz ...... I i — L II Willrodt... 15—I > K Mathew?____ !ti— H C Zimmerinan I* — I L Birch........ IS—J NT Smith........ It*—II C VV artier..... 20—II I Stearns...... 21—J C Crawford. 22 A B Melville..... 2d—VV S Major...... salem.    ____ . Alexandria.. . Mitchell..... .White I,ake.. .Chamberlain. Egan......... Wentworth.. .HOV ani...... . Foresthill**!. Brookings I rsvin......... Huron...... Wessington.. ll VV. BROWN, Al t"v-fU-I The entire state and nation will j num^€,-f- of Id in the lust, as follows, i i 20-—I* s Green..... 27 —ii Dixon...... ... Ilighraore .... McCook .... Hanson .... Davison Aurora .... Brule M cod v ....... Lake ... Miner .. Jerauld .. . Sanborn Brookings . Kingsbury Beadle . . ,. 11 and  Hyde i now gaze on the play to see THE COMING MOSES Pembroke..........Potter with a few scattering: aw. nth .40. On ; Arrives, no UU Moody. I who will lea l the party into the wait- j Tripp j ing seat in the senate. As some of Harden.....................21 ! these would-be    Moses es have secret-    erose........................Id. • ly connived at    withholding the full    j Melville.....................14. I republican strength from Moody, it! Kyle........ I will be quite interesting to note the Lake........................IO.. ' the rapidity with which they cooper Mellette..................... d.. all of this strength for their own pet " bisluw j. , .    King____ boomlet.    ,    ,    - I reward.................... o...... 5 WILL BE A REPUBLICAN.    ! .. 4.    .    , .    Martin...................... I...... I Do not allow    yourself to despair of: j>[c^er    %    %> the next senator being a republican. j Scattering, 9. Ii a will be. And while It possibly • may not lie the choice of the state as ; ............5:,kS p m ' abundantly indicated, he will be a re- J m^rillliL mod. r. R. Hi-lbe::t, Abient. ,    ...    tlT ,, Jt ,    ,    _    ! Senator Pettigraw left for the east OPERA HOUSE,    -    -    HURON,    S.    D. Second Flo«»r - The Great Northern Railway Lima [MANITOBA I St. Puiii, Minn axo!h a? I the F .-t to Watertown, lfuron find Way Point?. Depart?, .......... ....................7:30'a. rn. F^ii . 2h_m \v hheafe... .    | ‘-ti — J I < arrier..... Jo -F J Carey 25 ; Win Bird ov 81—Z D Sc ’ I..... ' I 82 DMc Pan ane... J 7 33—B Abbott...... J H iv \ Ie..... 14 ! 84 -HT 11 i*n dm an i •)    I , I AV Ii VV M :\ -VMI I • • ■ A-......A*    m~E G Kennedy. <1 37—JE Horton .. 88—F J Wa»habai VV s O'Brien . HU--David H Clark 4(1—J T Potter____ ll- Issachcr s. ho 8 :15 p. rn Cha?. Ami'Ndsom, Agent. (5. *>. « hicago. Milwaukee Sc St,. Paul. TRAINS LEAVE WOLSKY. South passenger.......................Ju ts a. rn. I “ rr?ight...........................3:06 p. rn. j North “       ll:40a.    rn.    I “ paseenger.................... No rn re cases of unsealing in the JSIIX >ULD l.IU’V Huron Prop ms Si-n 9 p :    v n V ii    i I $ n un f.'i MUY/AUKEEji Ly° STPAX* J ll THE C- I - J Bf THE NOBE. >. ll VI Ii I ■xT owf itrria — iluron.So. l>uli. fust .Mail Line \*ith Electric, Lighted and j steam heated Vestibuled Trains betw eon J hi- , cAgo, Milw'i kee, St. Paul and Minneapolis. rrftiis*( otrtint ntai Kinif*- vita Electric i Lighted and steam ligated Vestibuled Trains ' between Chicago Council Bluffs, Omaha and the Pad * 'o-vU Great Nm tonal Bout** between Oak ago, Kau sae City arni St. Joseph, Mo. V.TOO KUeit of Road reaching ail prince tKjiQts in illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota,! I Misaonri and Dakota. publican. Well, taut is, I think so .But I may be over-Confident. I! this morning, have had somewhat to do with poli-i    MiseeHaneww. j tics for a number of years; but I| The Western Union anoonaces the never before tarried among a set of | reUHWsl of business after the storms | politicians who were so unanimously ic the eR3t to som9 extent, bat it is j economical in the»r dispensation of Lnbject to del.iv, especially in New I    SZ I the tiutn HS those I’ve mingled with j Eaeland 8tate?, New York Oily and during th* inst mouth. Dat this is I : euoGgD of the morals of politiciaas. Two more ballots were take La for 1—JHI J Whit * .... lea.at Moor?...... ll. D. Whitt*.... 2— ll. J. Alist in »l oh it Nor D it . . . 3—Jam?? 11 ox *. g . Frank Lan* F scil aulior... J Q Welo........ T K N stout....... August Koenig. John Wittmayer 5—E Moscrip...... Ii O Itoaohue... A Sherman..... ti —C B Bach M A Christen?-'!! A (.’ Kundell____ 7—(’ Buechler A M KH ne...... 8—VV in t dark F Peac.oc k .... ti -Leroy Walker. .. Palmer... . .Vienna..... .. Waterloo n U I ar k  _ . .Redfield.... ..Mellette ..Milbank..... .,, Pier point... ... Westport . ...Aberdeen. Britton...... -\    Ii.- . Eureka.____ .. Mount; Cit! i.. Deadwood.. .Mend Cit,.. . . Rapid (Tty. • ; i. Buffalo *.»ap e Ho nae. ,. Beresford .. Jefferson. Hik Point ... . Vermillion.. Dalesburg.... Merindahl... .Lesterville .. .V an k ton... . Yankton..... . Lorn-! ta...... .Tyndall .    . , .Scotland..... ..Selina....... ..Worthing .Canton ...... 11 Briny ..... Den Ville..... Hurley...... . h reeman.... Parkston____ Armour...... Armour .... .. Castalia..... ..March....... Sioux Falls.. ....... Deuel .;... Hamlin . .Codington ..., Clark  Spink • 4   Grant    Day Brown .... Marshal  Faulk . McPherson . .Campbell Lawrence Pennington — , Meade Custer ...... Union   .. Clay (4 — Yankton 44 4 4 lion Homme 44 44 Lincoln 44 £4 ......Turner ii £ 4 . £t utchinson 44 Doogla > 44 ’.Chi? Mix 44 ,. Minnehaha vicinity, D^lawnro, Now Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania, Maryland and District of Columbia. Tile storm a R Bu ’hunan.. Lars J Aga.. W r K -Iii-* . GD Ban xisle Uh as Boy ..,. W P|P    ____ ll—KJ Odell . senator today. Mo )dy lost two votes |    4    *ka    ^    ; j^mbwii.raak J    I    nave rveoa    amoug toe    wor?»t uvir    12 J o Bard....... W J Y&ndemc.U _ 1    BJ—J K’Johnson____ -111 cs* of senators Cory and Pres- r muck a. Arn- 5__ -    j    knoWtj. tun. The fusion candidates polled about 1 lifer usual strength. Tripp 2J, I * 0 1 Harden 26, Cruse 15 Kyle 13. Add I ror in 1 Dell Rapids \ -iiley springs M’eHington____ . Montrose pence! .... .... . I/tiFil  ..... McCook . llnnson 44 Davidson Correspondence Solicited. Send for Plats anti Prices. th? Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Pan’ Rail wav, or* hoy Hailroiid A„fent anywhere in th*' world. ROSWELL MILLER. DEALER IN General Manager. (lend Pass and Tkt. Agt. ! 4^”*For information in reference to Lands and I Town? owned bv the CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE &.ST PAUL KAIL WA Y COMPANY, write to Ii. I G. HAUGEN, Land Commissioner, Milwaukee, | to yGU, very concisely :    For    a    for* Wisconsin.: z. PURK I)RITGS and VIKDICINUN Fancy Quells anil Toilet Articles. Blank' Bonks, stationery, Etc. THE I^ine OIO A « Npccialtv figure. Y *t lh* sum of those four is    _ A*V. H. CARPEN ii 8, ;    inefficient to eieer.    * Just suppose, for instance, that Let meexpiain the    I theie w re in each township four lawrence c Jonty cases    flowing 3 inch artesian wells, with the hundred little stream* that might feigner to become naturalized it is! be made to extend from them, and — I first necessary for him to make oath then that every bit of grass that Lea-1 before the clerk of the cour: in the die county could raise should be county where he resides that P is his turned into wool and meat! What \ intention to become a citizen of the should we care about the price of! ; United States. Bat notice carefully wheat’ this fact:    Tne    law    requiring    this!    ~r~.................. 1 ~ .    _    .,    ; ‘Our native grasses her* are the; oath nowhere states that the oath . ,    .    ...    _ ,    [richest meat aud milk producing I must be taKen in the clerk s omce.    .    ,    ,    I ,    .    .    .    change    the    method    a    little    ! aduHDisters this oath of intention to 281 Dakota Avenue. Huron and goes to different localities and administers this oath of int Those desiring to make it. This is of the sth e and no one has ever opposed in the preserve them? [OUST. Ti*hI »'* with fbi Urn in Vestibuled Dr»w in^ Room Sleeper?, Dininvr tar* and Coaches af i clone in CVV IT COUUtV Int est design between Cliic^goand MiBvAuker    -    - aud st. I and Hlinorapolis 40ist Train % with Pullman Vestibuled Draw- j    ^. lug lioom Sleeper^, Dining < ars and Uoachee of Dlik' U ‘8. latestdesign between * Ii It a go and Vllllwaii -tee and A eft land and Duluth. Tt»ri»ugli Pullman Vaatlbulrd Drawing K oo tu o lid Co lo ii i*»t ^1    i »*•    r-** ** la I he Volt li- ern Cue Hic KaDroad between C!ii**a|jo and ftn.l t he republic in legislative ticket Pori land, Ort*.    ‘ Convenient Tri* in? to and from Eastern, WRS elect* I < lJ iL*a!. C’ >11 ti > V . On Poe court clerk of L iwrunce county followed this practice inst fall, How would it do to Instead I of plowing 166 acres and getting a gross returu of $1,000, suppose we so cultivate IG acres as to make them ; produce the $1,000, and leave the other nine'tenths to pasture and meadow. Then when we come to the MIT Pllff TTY Ac MX 8 >caScr Northern a-.,! < antral \\ ipennsin    L lucka teie^raphic ord«r tftoae seats afforo’ng UBeqnailtHi service to and from Wau •    v Ur*Jib, I on do L.tc, <»?hko?»i. %e**nah W*re COHt Sted, bsCaUS9 IIT of V ' n i Iii*. Cli I |»{i** w'a rail-*.    ♦    lnir** Hurley, VV i* and Irunwuort and IJc^^cincr oRfhS of ioleil ion Were admi niSteied *1 i ch. For ticket?,    cnr    re?ervati »n?, tim? in Lawrence Comity as abo Vt-, de- table? and other information, apply lo A^ent? of    . the line, or to ti k*»t Aijente anywhere in the scribed. United State? or Uana'ia. S. R. Ain?!!?, Gen'! Manager, Milwaukee, WD J. M. llannaford,G?n*l Traffic Mgr, St.Paul, Minn Ii. C. Barlow, Traffic Manager, Milwaukee, Wig change the location cropping acres! f these * 4__ of the sixteen SCHOOL BOOKS. An Interstate Convention Proposed. The democrats and independents needed these seats, Had on the flimsy Yankton Pr??e and Dakotan. 5^7 III >8401'i I >t ion ; Loin? heketem, A.*v. p. andi. a. Mu a Hii *.ee, w i? frxcuse tDHt the clerk should have ad Missouri, Arkansas and South Dako*   ■ —    ....................... ministered the oath in his office, they , ta eg si a* urea ar-> al considering the Our v I We carry a full line of everything in Line of Business and our Patrons will find it to Their Advantage to Trade with us. COAIPLKTK IU NE OF LUG BLANKS. If you Wish to renew your subscription to any publication, call on us. Resp'y. J. M. BLOUNT. Bom? ee?K?re will find the la?t of public domain of agricultural grazing on the Great Northern Ry. in North Dakota and Montana. are throwing out the whuie of the ?! FREE LARDS REW I TOWNS I IOO or more on th? Great Northern Railway Line. Busine?? chance?. Write K I. WHITSEY, St. Paul. for Books, Map?, AC. Write now. Settler? on free Government lands on th? Great Northern By. line in North Dr.k. and Montana get low rates, tin? market? fur product#. LOW RATES HUNTING FISHING I Finest resort? in America on Great Northern Ry. line m Minn , Dak., and Montana. Best climate for health seekers. get in its work.    annie fashion. This being the situa- Now observe the inconsistency of j ti on, it would seem * to be in the in-these larcenous indecrats. This Merest of the general welfare for rep-morning. by the aid of Bowel!, Kee resentatives of these stares to hold a gan and Speaker Seward, a resolu- j text book convention and agree upon tion was adopted by the houser sub* a uniform policy. Thit can be best 11 —John Davis.... ■ Aurora J I) B:u 11 >w...... .Plankinton ... 4* 15 Louie Richard- Kimball..... ... . ..Brule M K 1 lovey____ . ■ 44 (’lark S Rowe < nam bel am 44 I ti —'I ho?- Fount ain * ’olnian...... ......Moody J K Kelley..... < olman...... 44 17 -Frank Hammer Mad son____ ......Lake J <i? Keegan..... . Winfred...... CC IS B Howell..... Madison 44 18—Stephen Jones Roswell...... .......Miner P“t-*r Kr?ii??]ier » anova...... ii I ti - \\ ii Vie K?e! . - A rieeian...... .. ..Sanborn S T Winslow.... .. VV oonsocket.. ii 2t)— V I I ’oliver??____ .Ada.......... ... .Jerauld 21- Dan? N t'leven Richard? .....Buffalo 22—S Knipe..... .Arlington..... . Brookings A J Oie-Mm.. . • ■ Bruce......... 4% Henry Heintz... Elkton ..... lf 21— Beray Cruthere.. . Hetland ...... Kingsbury 44 L (ii? JSOIl . Manchester . A N Dahlen..... ..Lake Preston 44 24—B F Te?f?..... .Lakesite ... Beadle rlohn Der??...... . AIJ mn a........ 44 Kini_r s Taylor. .. V\V$rt j agron 1% E Wilson ....... . llitchcock.... 44 < M Harrison____ .. Huron....... 44 25—J 1 ’ Heilman..... . I lean ...... .......Hand John Campbell . . Volney....... 44 Frank Trot man . Burdett?...... 44 2ti — ii F McConnack Highmore____ ......Hyde 27 —T W Pratt...... Pierre....... . . Hughes 28 David Hail ..Ney......... .....sully 2ti B (» Roe....... Gary.......... ____Deuel (‘ J Peterson .Deuel. ... .. 44 :ji)—A V Arne*'>n • I! 8 /. f41 ... .... . Hamlin Tho? Mellon .... . t 'aetlewiMMl... 44 31— Alex Mc Entry* Watertown___ . Codington C X Seward...... “ J II King a ti 32 -A ll Cornwell ..Willow * ak-*5 ......Clark J W Beach rod ie...... U W C Waldron.. . .Ga den « ify.. 44 33—-David Robert**on .Coral ........ .... ,.8pink H I! HUI........ . I>o!ari-l........ 44 C >1 Stephens .Tulare. ...... 44 OK ii??;er 44 A F Wood...... Poland........ 44 34 -John Douglas sen -ca....... ...... Faulk W S Belknap .Northville ... 44 35—Albert Schar? .. . appomattox... ...... Potter %—L L Kaerchei M ii bank..... .. ... Grant J as L Street Bevil lo. /.. 44 37-FA Stile-*. * Corona........ ... Robert? 38—WT h J one?.... - ........ Day L ll sateron * - - ii I* A I >?( ’oater.... • • 44 39—OI# Kus wick . Uk\ ana S. D Marshall G stevene . Amherst...... 44 J L. Brown.. . VV •> » rt...... .. Browd J Vs. Eppard.... ..Groton..... ti W I Storrn_______ . West port. 44 s .Johnson........ ( <-I ii in bi a____ ii N. Br ow i ...... \ birdeen 44 U I* Maxon .. He* i t ........ 44 ( bai Lf Joree.... ..Bath........ 44 V*' < * Feeler .... . Hem a. ...... ii 41 -fijiYid Gamble . P? >wdle...... . .. Edmund? R J Jillson ... . Roscoe....... Ii 12—\\ t*i O NeiIi..... .. Bowdle. .. Walworth 13—J r. Re gen... Eureka...... McPherson lje»»rge Hickman Leola...... .. ii 44—Ole Sweo-on..... .M >und City .«’ampbol I 45—H A (>o<iard..... . .8 mi th wit. KS .. Fall River 4ti -Alvin > VV ay..... ..Hermoea...... ......Custer I) 1) Mo *r**..... ..Custer City... ii 47 VV rn < la^dner .Rapid? City... Pennington S M Balds in..... . Ii ill City...... 44 48—M X * ’Doper...... .Sturgis........ .....Meade VV E Putnam..... .B^ar Butte____ 44 4ti—J VV Rouse....... . Lead City____ . Lawerenre R VV (irahani..... .Terre Ville..... 44 John McLeod 44 ii ii M Gregg ...... . Spearfi-h...... 44 E P Fowler..... . Whitewood 4* J A Knight ...... . Deadwood..... ii 50—A II Snyder...... Butte..... ......Butt# Mr S *J. EICHENBERGER,proprietor, of the Si. Nicholas Hotel, DuQaoin, Montana produce# Hie iin??t Hor-■ st*? and Cattle ire? ran*:## yet in t Mouse, Milk and Si I i?v? and Sweet I clerks action to the supreme cour* by the legislature of each state and IM . writes under da*e of Jan. 20, for their opinion This afternoon empowered to agree upon a system I IblH, as follows:    “Enclosed find$5. Pleas** ship me by express at once one d Sun River Val- J pi TTT P court, and about the conclusion Five of the most experienced educa- y Ui ^pjuong a hoe ran of tras? --^--!    the    house    swallowed    itself—recousid- tors of South Dakota should be I St. Nicholas, however, we F, H. KENT, Proprietor Sweet Gr&?« Hill?, Milk and >un I River Valley?, Mont.reached only ■ by the Great Northern Railway Line The SU* k Raisers'Paradis? HURON. DAKOTA. ^ { Have mad? Moat. t?*e I p?r apii* in the I ni rn. Plenty !Uv1 j ' r " th t<T    ’>nn-*r*    sn    : I ?tiH*krais?r». Now ie the time. I HORSES the a.    argued    it    before the (and-pat it into active operation | ^notry Ua*b and Account Book.’ of rraile. The >nId not be the esteemed Hotel Hotel World. *artial ty for lead- and that body c.fiast?d their examina ii, me movement, to meet say, in \ spirits at both ^nt!s of the line of the ease ALd wi i give no opinion June, at Yankton, and determine up- mak^s it pleasant to re; ro?luce the richest stii I op°D it-    'Ona    uniform system. Yankton will above. A large nom lier of Huron A house that can so completely be iii so ape by mat tune to take good Il^ikXLlJl HOSS V’alleys of Heil, Mou.-e, Missouri,    £    p    IT Milk aud Min River? readied by    I    ll,    iii G.N.K'y Line. Halt rat**# excur-    I •ion? S**pf 9, 2-J, aud Get. 14, lbgii.    I    D Write F I Whitney,.St. Baul Minn.    |    U    h. swallow itself,    I '*»« °J    refnaantatiim, while .    a    - al South De.kiU would be greatly bene- and slap the sup.erne court in the ^ by Uitviug # ^tb„nn^ of dietin face, all in on** <lay, in of the dandy gnished men tie d bere during that Jim variety, aa you must admit.1 month. friends g-l^dly hear of the prosperity of tfcG* I * rcor *^tor of th* St. Nicholas, a wai m-hearted fe v have ep^c-ia1 interest in th** enccess of the beau’)fill an I useful Hotel World. ;

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