The Sunday Republican, November 9, 1890

The Sunday Republican

November 09, 1890

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Location: Mitchell, South Dakota

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Years available: 1889 - 1891

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The Sunday Republican (Newspaper) - November 9, 1890, Mitchell, South Dakota MITCHELL, SOUTH DAKOTA, NOVEMBERS 18DO NUMBER 115 S AND SUPPLIES, (Every School Book Used in Davison County.) S. JBUQGIST, BOOKSELLER JEWELER, rovK DOOK SOCHI OF POST-OFFICK.) 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, Sil- verware and Beautiful Designs at Very Low Prices. H. U. Nichols, practical watchmaker and makes a upttialtj of flnowatches anil jVwHrv promptly. All work warranted to giro entire satisfaction. PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED. "Best Goods at Low Prices.'5 GEO. E. LOGAN, I pay freight to any town in South Dakota. K. Jlaain O-O TO TUB O3STLY EXCLUSIVE JEWKLER 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 Bouttht of Me Will He KiigniYftl 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 cotton? Do you wont a fine pair of kid gloves? Do you wish to buy or table linen? Do you wish to buy hose for yourself or fam- o you wish a fine corset? "5 Do you want to see or buy a nice silk worked table scarf? Are you going to make a present to a friend of a silk handkerchief, mufflers, jet black or fancy colors? Do you want ANYTHING in the notion line? if you do I have it and you can buy it cheap. c. w. CILLIS. FALL WEATHER FURNISHINGS FOR MEN THE CLOTHIER'S. HONEST GOODS AT HONEST PRICES, MITCHELL DAILY REPUBLICAN, THE MITCHELL PRINTING CO. Props. H, W, WHBELOCK, Eihtor. A. K. DEAN, Business ManitKt'r. TKRM8 OF DAILY; Single 05 mouth....... 75 Three 25 One year......... y 00 One Killed in a J .no! r. "Plain Facts about South Dakota" is the title of a small but comprehen- sive pamphlet just issued by the Chi- cago, Milwaukee and St. Paul passen- ger department, which contains among other valuable articles a clear and suc- 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 ralue those of northwestern Iowa and of the extreme southwestern counties of this state. Our efforts, therefore, should be directed u'rst to advertising the merits of the land at our doorsteps. Village of Wimlvor, Be Entirely An (Jon flaur on. Business Portion o Uurnnl IJtii at il I ire at p to In a Ark, been commenced. Loral capi- tali-i-'. ihe city corporation, have undertaken the project. The canal will bo i v.vhv feet deep and h't'ty fe-'t wi'.e. avl will afford unlimited water power tor manufacturing pur- poses. atui- No Show. Kan., Nov. The legisla- is now apparently against the re- 'M uf Senutorlngalls by 15 votes at and possibly 24. Latest Indications Are Thai Ke cans >Vill Have Only Thrre 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 pmee it is entitled to occupy in the sute is certainly enoouraging 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 i the e- A. jan.-ey, >s flight fully irl s Librtrht, Those republican papers which have becotae rattled over the recent avn- lanche shoul 1 c.ist th-ir miud'seyr Into past where they will discover it nurubvr of .-sinnldr uot ibiy dui- Luii.Mlu's lirat term, Urani'.s second term fi'e.l following rep'ibiiccifi deotiai success in isT'J mul isso. it won't do to juiup c uiulu.sions a t this early Uuy to th the recent result or a.s to it.s on the outcome in 1892. The returns Income more mixed the more they get in. The Sioux FalU Press figured that the strtte ticket id safe but that the leg- islature is ffoue, and the Sioux City Journal aud Aberdeen News make it appear that both state and legislative tickets have been saved by the repub- licans. The ollicial count will have to be the tidal arbiter. started about of Rudd house, tot. hotel, Waddelly'.s i senger n killed by jumping from a third--tory window in the Kudd house. The buil .lings burned wen-: The hon.-.e, a story hotel; rile board of trade, {Smith's butcher simp store, livery saloon, A. ,1. William-' and Corley York'-, ware store. DESTROYED Uight HiiKin HAKT.MAN, An, fire visited this nearly the eniin place. The lire Rogers' store and rapidity. store lions surance: stock, 15 nelson, u .Mi''-. A. i if 1 110 general merehandi.- ance; hoi- ance: twenty-three the depot and the u> v.iil bo equal to almost one- half tl.e membership, and Democrals laim >Vith the Aid of N'ortlniot He Able to ontrol Tariff I.eyi Causes Ascribed Election KeMi lion for the Startling1 s -Helated Kler iiean e! i M'e eluding Rhode M.I i; I h- will be without a single e elitat IVe. Several Republican states, m- N- w Hampshire and are Iffi entirely without and there e Republicans elected Kr.w Nov. H. the latest return- in it Diat the Honato. a.'ler March will stand 1'J Deino- rriitK 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 hai'd- to Nov. Tribune, Rep., publish' s turns from out of rj.', counties in Illinois, on state treas- urer. I'.' of are ofiicial, and the remaii der cari fully estimated, showing a plui.-dity Wilson. 1'ein., over Am- Ut p.. The countit-s from which no i> urns h.-jve been received v.iil not all. v-i the general result ma- tt riaiiv. and estimates from the counties on superintendent of public-instinct ion indicate the election Haab. Dem., over Edwards, Rep., by a plurality ot WiiiMvirk's Majority Over MoKiuIey. o, Xov. ofli- Holmes and and- coinjilrte unutlicial I'ounty, Warwick's in the Sixteenth e Republican state claim the election of in the Seventeenth dis- rvfn DUtrictM. Xov. First, Sixth. Seventh and return Dt-mocratic con- the Third. Fourth and lit publican congressmen. ciiiets to hear from iu district shows a small and the Ninth a majority, CONTROL TARIFF LEGISLATION. mix Count on Aid of Nortli- .Seutttom in the TI.MUHK. Md., Nov. s. A special to 'J lie American from Washington says: Thflahst rt turns indicate that Maich-I next, the senate will be dangerously near a tie. The l.jy Repub- lican majority of 1 1 in ihe upper brancli of may almost totally disappear, and with the aid of such senators u.s i'liimb. and Paddock, the ral- Would be able to i.ni i Dl I i i fl I ion in the senate as well as in the 'Ihe now stands 47 Republicans and Democrats. The new states of Idaho and Wyoming will increase thi> majority 14 when meets in December. To uvt-rci-me this majority it won Id be necessary for the ni' to control of the latuie.- in v, n of the states which eh et seLatoi.s in Tins result is accomplished. According to letnrnhthe Republicans liavt- ni New consin. Colorado. Illinois and and New --six '1 hi> Would leave a Republican it Mil> I u it alter March-t next. The of Wisconsin, it i> .-tat.'d here, will redi-triet the state so that the rleet a Demo- crat ;c to Sawyer. to Seiiat-r In-alls will Fanner's Alliance, and, it. will vote v.-ith the all economical uues- SlU ce.- -H 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 exptct 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 wasasked what he thought of the Democratic tidal wave. He said: "It is the McKinley law; not the legit imato results of the' McKinley law. but the ellect 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 bill was in.'tde use of. All over the country prices have been going up or going to go up because of the McKinley bill, and generally on articles which were not affected by that measure. In other words, trade-men of all kinds, Republican as well as Democrat, have made the McKinley bill 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 Lockw- od. the newly chosen member N. Y.. as next speaker. It of this new member Iowa, Minnesota and Kansas were sa'ed after all t helper and More Enjoyable. Yank ton Press: Under statehood YanKton county pays annually less taxes than ui der th" terri- torial reffime, 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 snrlnce. has widened to feet at a depth of 15 feet, and is turning out remarkably rich. An assay shows a yield of over i420 per ton. The mine is worked Franklin, of Mich- average less than under theold system After all, it Is just as cheep, and a I'qlimited Fowor at tltv Sou. OTTAWA, Out., v.-urk of great deal more fun to be a member constructing a new vrh'.rr power canal I Ab ilia wMa -it" SflTllf Kf-p 1 of Uncle Sam's family the Canadian side at Sault i from Buffalo, is ur-td in b, a sreaker from New York would Help to carry that state in 1 jr.'. I also argued that the? honor has bee-i r.iven 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 candi- date for the speakership of the next house of lepresentatives. IJIor.r.J Would Wieltl the Gitvel. 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 1'irst 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 bill. 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 peo- ple are now pretending it will, and 1 think it will stimulate industry, and two years hence will reverse the decis- 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 Irtfct Tues- day. He thought that the misrepresen- tations of the McKinley bill and the Force bill were the prime causes. He said Governor Toole's chances for the benatorship from Montana are good, but there will undoubtedly be other crats appear in the arena ;

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