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Daily Huronite, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1886, Huron, South Dakota VOL. 1. DAVIS KETCHVM, Proprietors. Hfternoon (except Sundays) at ising made known on appli THE NEWS. Dakota's Senators-Jolm Sherman Re nominated. Cold Weatlier Everywhere. WELL DOME. The Republican members of the Ohio legislature have re nominated John Sherman. Election J an. 12. MAY BE ADMITTED. Judge Moody, chosen United States Senator by the legislature which met in Huron, Dakota, was at the capitol Friday, and Judge Edgertnn, his col- Icao-ue, is expected to arrive here Sat- urcfaynight" It is probable that a resolution will be introduced in the senate when it meets next, admitting them to the floor as a matter of courtesy. THE GOOD DIE YOUNG. Lottie Griffin, a colored woman, of Hannibal, Mo., who claimed to be over 120 years of age, died yesterday. She has a daughter over eighty years of ago. Several old citizens place her age at from 110 to 120. TUNNELED. Sixte-n inmates of the Little Bock penitentiary tunneled 15 feet and got away Blood-hounds are in pursuit FREEZING FIGURES-ALL BELOW 0. Sioux City, 20 below at midday. Glendive, 37. Fargo, 30. Manitoba, 35. St. Louis, 8. Omaha, 23. Cincinnati, 12 above. Kansas, the wtfrst blizzag for sev- eral years. Des Moines. 18. Nearly all trains in Iowa, Minne sota, Nebraska, and Kansas are blocked In Missouri all trains ,ue from one to three hours behind time You deny then, Mr. Sioux Press, tnat Dakota is a State. Neither your head nor that of Senator Edgerton are "muddled" with any such notion Well, we don't want any force wasted quarreling among friends. You both admit that Dakota ought to be a State. Who has the power to make
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