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DeV.'i't Co.. Cljlcag II.' ' !. . . 1 i ' : -1 in' , '. u! ' i1 ICvery Arllclf I' tim! nrrtl liv tilt Fanner tm I in n rn Ii 1 Win Ifil AXli -t iXud ight J t I If t' I I C I ( i I II I i Dreuiupa r.r Sale by K. Q. PHibUPB. The tiess i Win I-' II , I i 1 low 'i.g 1 . - ' t ' 1 1 .1 1".-' I 1 . 1 y- t ' '.! ! ' 0:1 w 1 1 Everyhere pi..; ,.,tt in. '1 Scld Everj . lilr I , s' Sold f i I ti a Li n ; DOES MUCH I..!'. Kan; v; ...I. t. ,, 1 tn v tonte. in 1. ion. f 1 1 iv, r ';ton in 1 1 (I lllllSt T ;l 'i'l'.is ii. 11. 1 N -1 1 1 i r 1 can ' ; ; 1 1 i 1 . i . -1 n tr.f. J CH .' '1 .1 i .1 I . i 1 -. - t : Af:.T ! ;i "flit, r tD'! Ii.t'- ''Mi . 'Il'l kllli-' I I'll". I .III.. ' illlS ll.II- ' . ; I l!n' Ii .ii' IfMTI'llfll TPii. , I" " 's Frit- h. I 1 1 poll t Ii t. ,ii. 1 11 1. ! . " 1 , ' :" try V" :. " ..' i' : .' ' !'' f. t .if ! wj...:i ,! t'i.! swolli 'i. ' . 'u 1 iri v. 'ii : Ili.iK !.-- !- ' i!I..H -"t - k"!i" : corns . ::! '"iiiimis 0! all sin atl'i tives i".-t ami cninfnrr. Try ir Imlay. Sold In- all ilt'mtyi.sts and shoe stoics l!io Wilson 1 hi leu It u in I I ll ;u: . ..': 1 ..' '...:::;.. a .' 1. . t.. t tfii.. one ..: ;:"-V-:e . ur, N ..j wonwi Can I i 1 1 , ' ' :il , i . .:.-r in !5t a-.j h aj r "I i.ur:. A 'i'ii. Local o-:'U- t'lirocltht :s CL.-tcm is no 1 lie Defartiii. 1 1 In Ilscal v.mi ill nr. s.i p; -M 1 - , - Y I,. Ill, ". .. - J in 1- i I" il ' ,. 11 pii lp. .1, I : I, I for l'.",c. Trial packages FKEIO. Ail- " 1 1 1 1 1 y hi 11 it -i'.n mi 1 1 h t he ill lillil' IS 'A I was .!ut injr dress Alhn S. Olmst. d. I.eHoy. N. Y. rer V. ::. .h.n.-.. -r ,v' ' ,c,,'i 'o cornel- Vo -I Ui. n.-e V . , ?,y V , f"et to cor.'er N'o M)r ". . "s V Mir frt enrner 'r ( ll.nn V nr, I' HiaT I'd c ...,u Wine of CifJ'i .f dep. UDIt$' AOVISOHt DE?ARTWEHT. FortulTlcii in .i.re r.-e .i: r . 1 , i-' i nlr-'tunii, HdUr.'.i. y vi; v r . Idip.' Ad.Uorv l.i.-. t hi-1 IU I I v.. 1,1. 4 is die 1'iilv I'friectlv safe and tun vcuct.ilMe Wine made to-dav fa the cure of " female troubles". BKUIU9iS46, ClmltRl.oetM. T.'liii Druggists sell Large Bottles for $1.00. i "It has justly won its laurels." Sa $ Fish, Game, Hot and Cold Meats, etc given a most delicious flavor by usm Given Free to each person interested in suhscribin? to the Eugene Field Monument Souvenir Fund. Subscribe any amount desired. Subscriptions as low as $1.00 will entitle donor to his daintily artistic volume "Field Flower" (cloth bound, 8x11), as h certificate of subscription to fund. Boo! contains a selection of- Fhld's best and most representative wo: 1(3 and is ready for delivery. But for the noble con'.ibutlon of the worlds greatestartists this book could not have been manufactured for less than $7. The fund created is divi led equally between the family of the late Eugene Field and the Fund for ;' .1. eulldkig of a mosumisiit to the memory l' the beloved poet of childhood. Address. Kugene Field Monument Souvenir Fund, 180 Monroe St.. Chicago. (Also at 1 stores). If you wish to send postage, enclose lOcts. Mention this Jurnal, as adv. Is inserted as our contribution. riei the low-tariff act. Value of ( roi Hrnlorril liy I'roier-lion Nor Is it in farm animals alone, how-ever, that the filrner was the loser under low tariff, or the eainer under pro- ' teetion. The value of the corn crop in the United States fell from $642,00,000 In 1R92. to I491.OOO.O0O WO In 1R96: that ot wheat from $513,000,000 in 1891 to $225.-000. 0 in 1894. and $237,000,000 in 1R9R, returning to $428,000,000 In 1V7- ats fell in value from $209,000,000 in 'l 2 to $132,000,000 in 1896: rye. from f , .OoO in 1S92 to less than $19,000,000 n iS)6; barley, from $45,000,000 in 18:-. $2.-000.000 in 1896: tobacco, from r.:;.uiU,000 In 1892 to $27,00.000 in 1895: co' . f om $326,000,000 in 1892 to . .260.000,0c( ii. 1S96: and potatoes, from $103,000,000 m li.U to $72,000,000 In 1896. In all these -h'h the figureafor later yearsshow marked, increase In values over those miner the Wilson act. Testimony of an AarlcBll'irn I ,4a. horlty. On this general question of tl.. "f t tie of crops, the American Agriculturist says that "The value of staple crops In 1899 was valued at $"O.0on0c0 more than under the low-trriPT depression, and other crops asr-'i "irn ted an Increase of more Lea & Perrin SAUCE Ve Fo,.-":" ''"n-' Vo "' thence V. .4 K 4n fei't to corner N'r. 1 Pls-e of heelnnlng. Plaimlnir 141G l' fnet thereof alone- the vein 4M fwt. nmnin? southerly and 100fi.fi fwt running northerly rrom center of discovery rm Magnetic Ixde- Beirlnnlng'at corner Vo 1. whence I:, s. Ixv-ntlns- Monument Xo 41 ,rarS No r'" F' - f(' dlstnnt; thence S. 24" 4"- F flTn 9 r ,n oornr Vo thence N. 56" 25' R. !). feet to comer No. 3: thence ft. r 50' TV 351 1 fort to corner No. 4: thence N. 56 24' K 159 tpet to eorner No. 5: thence N. 11 38' K Sfi4 i feet to corner No. 6; thence N. 23 40' W 645 8 feet to corner No. 7: thence S 5i!' 24' W. 599.7 feet to corner No 1 theT-lsce of beginning. Claiming 1380.9 feet alone the vein thereof. 240 feet running northerly end 1140.9 feet running southerly from the center of discovery sbsft. Variation at nil comers 16 30' R Are as follows: Joplin No. 1 8 5riS acres: Joplin Nn. 2 lode 10.122 acres- Jou-11n No. S lode. 19 2rflcfer.lu"lia Wtte lode 1R.84.8 seres: Magnetic lode. 13.339 acres' Total. 68.146 acres. Adjoining claims are: Delaunay and Nankl Poo lode. Survey No 1278. on the north: Ella and Little Bonanza. Survey No. 977, on south. On the weef. Viror. Romoa. fo-Moa. Cr.;t, and Tottontad lodes, unsurveyed. There are no known conflicts. The locutions of these mine np recorded in the Register of lvvls ofTi.-r. of Iiwrereo County nulh Tinkon 'In 'he Book P- page?! 58S. 474 17". and 3"ii; rto. k 1",1. mr '.41. T.V.i ; Book fc. T.:;f. ; 1 ro.spf -1 i ve'y Anr and all p.'":r.p; r -p, f,tVorc. 'v eny portion of n'l .1.1 :. v.i. 1 t, .f,cn Vo ?. .loplln No. .ti'Mi nn" Vi. p. 'lie reinr-l or -lllfai.' .-..,11 ,1 It-., t ..'ii-. to file tin ir adven--. . 1 h. T;.-;-lr of the t'n'i-. 1 '-'11, -. 1. .,nd .. nt Ftupi l ''in-, in fn-iirv of I'.-nniiipton !-'.iii'h I.ik','n. de-iT'T 'h,- -:. .in. V r.. :i,..' "f M'td'i a'i. n h. r. of or t'ov uiM indor the I'iiiKl'W i;i. : i 1 -y I r . .) 1 - ! to l2U.291.T96. an. I in l.v-!i vwe $::.,".. .Ml sl. 1'hls gives an iivitiik r.'duetion (if over 180,000,000 a year in nBrlculHinil Imports In 189S and 1X9H, as compared with 1897. A LflwiOB From Kkk". Many single Incidents might be cited to show the reduction in individual classes of articles, but as a single example will be all that is required for this purpose, tjj ooiripratlvely unimportant Item of eggs It selected. urea of the Bureau of Statistics show that prior to the enactment of the Mc-Klnley law, which placed a duty upon eggs entering into the United States from abroad, the value of the Importations ranged from two million to two ind a half million dollars per annum, being, In the year 1899. $2,418,926. and in the year 189O.jJ2.074.ai2. Immediately following the enactment of that law the year 1S94. the last year of the McKlnley law, amounted to only $199,536; or about 10 per cent of the average In the years preceding Its enactment. The Wilson law. however, reduced the Juty on eggs from cents to 3 cents per dozen, and in 1S95, the first year of its operation, the importations Increased to 1324,133 In value, following the general depression in lWi-lKP7. The Dinpley law restoreil the rate of duty to f cents per dozen, anil in 1 SI'S the value of importations hkhiii dropped to $8. (ITS, and In the fiscal year of 1900. averatrea Bbout $1,700 per month, or a tilde over 120,000 per year, hh agiilnsl an average Of over $2.P00.W1 per annum lief. ire a duty was pl.ned against 'his article of foreien production. This clearly show, that prelection Keeps the home market for the .American farmer. The Home Vlnrkrl I mlrr Protection Prior to the election of 1892. and the depression which Immediately followed This signature ii o wj"l THE ORIGINAL.WORCESTERSHIRE r7payttm lOTBEWARE OF IMITATIONS. , joiis 1IM "''' if0" tm Crent j v n'--i r.T.'.-rt roni'S irto cv t v Ii : U; v.!:. n i.ic . ,in- . t Melion's Friati!" L.I", -til V 'I "I " n'.Itlf". T Ii ' ' .. . ,'aM p..'n i-i jr. m- 'fK I i i : n-n.l," l':.-: r. " sja i- i' ."..-a "'Lull,-"' I ,"' ...i h n .: ,t . I I , it I v r,, r.. ...I . n" r I . ( f.Sl.flllpfr Untile. " M i , -t. .1. '.!!..!' . ' yl r..o S..I.U cv all lim i.i.isi TIIF. IIRAIt'IH. Kl.r.l "" S'LL BY ALL Pun,;, IS V-.. I II r. UU.llrr IM - -III' -7. ...................... r......sslll2IllCIlll Jt, the amount of wheat retained for ! consumption In the I'njted States was hrtrred I v '.irt'i.c of ih" pr.. i-:..." c of I'-. statute 4 K t V 1M 'V'!! II. J'er It i-i 1'. T"hv ord- ! 'hi "h" foreglillig pnli.-r. of ,'ini'lien: inn for I'-l'iVif pp 1. lit.. lUhe.l for lite period of tn r-nnseeijt ie weeks, hi the "WVeklv fioneer-Tioies. ft weeklv ne.eseaper published at liea.l-wood. South Hat-eta K r, PDNF". Reeit.-r. (First puMiratlon Sept. 6th. 1900 ) STRAYED From Lead about Aug. 6, 1 black Polled Angus cow, branded PMX on right side. A reward will be paid for her return to Patrick McCarthy, Lead, S. D.," or information leading to her recovery. TRT MORMON BISHOP'S PILI for H d -e.nit-s than Jjou.i.i't. ooij in va.ue-. or 2"i per cent gain, as . .inpnied v :th the pcvod of d. pressim ':; 'u.Iing 1 vfl-t. 1S93 and One other feature of the improved condition of the farmer is pointed out by the American Atri ion 1 1 mist, and this relates to the value of agricultural real estate, whii h. it savs. ha more than reco evf..l jn value, ." in! is now worth $1.2110.0011.0110 moi-o than it Has a single year aero, when the pen entarre of f irms occupied by owners is now larger than ever before, while the number of farms under mortgage has materially decreased. The amount of mortgages on farma occupied by their owners is estimated at about SrtOO.Oeo.OOO less than at the begini ing of the decade. "Mortgages; ". It says, "now average only about 27 per cent of the value of ths farms they are on' the rate of interest has declined, and the great bulk of rrrortfrages now In force were Incurred to buy the farm or to improve it." Freight natra iDrrllnrfl Mare Tfaaa Farm Prleea. . One further fact of interest to farmers la that freight rates have fallen with greater rapidity than prices of farm production. 1he average rate by rail in 1870 waa 33.8 cents per bushel, and in 1199 11.1 cents, a fall of 68 2-3 per cent; while the rate from Buffalo to New Yok by canal fell from 11.3 cents per bushel In. 1870, to 3 cents per bushel in 1899, a- reduction of 7$ per cent. On freight rates from the Paolllc coast to .New York the rates on canned goods In car load lots show a fall of from $3.(41 per 100 pounds in 1870, to 78 cents per 100 pounds in 1897, a reduction of 80 per cent. Freight rates on live cattle from Chicago to New Tork fell from U cents per 100. pounds In. 1880, to 25 cents in 1899; patlon, self-abuse, axteees ut cigarette suioklns lu BliDKI back Tour manhood, aurea deuletcd. ".unul- red blood and tissue. Cures westings and all lnsse' M i A I i- i . -...(..Inns. 7. I iue'I uvuk, cures impouDcr. loei puwn. " ,it&IH .-.i i .jj. i w n. rvoUJ lwl . m o. tvoui i .i t'W oonstlpaUen, adds lusture to the eyes. tops gi evea. Makaa llf. wnnh llvlro A honn to vnuDg w . " . d RANCH FOR SAKE Includes .'210 acres. L'O miles of fence; four windmills, tanks and extra pumps: lirire sheds, liarns and corrals; stuck scales, three mowers, two rake?, two sweeps, one hay starker and other ranch supplies too numerous to mention. 1.", miles from Alliance Will sell w 1 or without I've stock. 700 tons of hay in stack. Come and see for yourself. Will sell cheap, if sold soon. A HAGUE, Alliance. Neb. (McLaughlin & McLaughlin, Attys.) SUMMONS. In the Circuit Court of the Kighth Judicial Circut. Within and For the County of Lawrence, State of South Dakota. Mary Gillespie, Plaintiff, vs. Raymond C. oiespie. Defendant. The State of South Dakota, to the Above Defendant: You are hereby summoned and re quired to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above entujed action, which was filed In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, of the Eighth Judicial Cucul, In and for the County of Lawrence, and State of South Dakota, June 12, 1900, and to aervr vopj of your answer to the said complaint on the subscribers, at their office in Deadwood, in said County and State within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you. exclusive of the day of service;, and if you fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action wifl apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the complaint. -. ' . -Vl Mclaughlin Mclaughlin, 1. Attonieys for Plaintiff; ., bated . Deadwood, S. D., Jane 12. 1900. . J ' - BISHOP PILLS strensrthena and rasters small, weak orcans. ''"viCJJ aay or night. Don't delay. Prioe within tal. For sale tv ' jt i-ncB a pox, bu cents, 4 ror 13.60 By malL Send ror rree ip BISHOP REMEDY CO., Ban Francisco, Che reach of aid. C.uait Palace Pharmacr, Deadwood, C. D. mmmimmimmMummwmmimmmmMmsakmimmmmmmmmmmm about six1 bushels per capita. On some occasions It exceeded that figure, being. In 1433 and 1885. more than six and.one-half bushels per ca'pita, and seldom lulling below five and one-half bushels. In the yeav 1S93. however, during the de- - presslon whlchlmmedlately followed 4he election of a Democratic president and a free-trade congress, the per capita wheat consumption fell to 4.83 bushels. In 1894, to 141 bushels, and In 1897 'was 3.88 bushels. Immediately following the repeal of the Wilson tariff there vras a marked increase in the per capita, consumption, and m 1899 it had again about raachedlts nomal figure, being for that year, S.MT bushels per capita. Another example may be found In the - amount of cotton retained for consump , tion under protective and low tariffs, respectively. In the years 1891 and 1891 . tb amounf'of domestic cotton retained for consumption jwa, respectively, 2J ,-and 14 pounds per capita, while In 1898 It fell to 17 pounds per capita. In 1894 It was II pounds, and In l$9f and 1897, IS 1-1 pounds. Increasing, however. In "lt. under protection, to J5.J pounds, and In 1899 to 1L7 pounds or SO per cent more than the average during the entire Democratic free-trade term" from 1893 te 1897. -:.i-f ' 1 Sheep mm Wool mlm R4ict4. .' Take the single item o wool. The Wilson law gave the country in the Item of wool an example of the effect of genuine. Simon-pure Democratic free trader It was, to the free-trade mind,, the one redeeming feature of that net, whose feeble attempt' at retaining t afcOew ojf orotectlon was denouiea4 1- Wholesale PI Tonight Ii your liver is ont of order, causing Biliousness, Sick Headache, Heartburn, or Constipation, take a dose of Hood's Pills On retiring, and tomorrow yonr digestive organs will be regulated and yon will be bright, active and ready for any. kind of work This has been the experience of others; it will be yours. HOOD'S PILL8 are -' sold by all medicine dealers. 25 eta. DON'T BE FOOLED! to users. t ,f il.iOTC Our Ocnerai -... them. Scn.i ;- " ',.d hogs, from 43 cents to 25 cents; sheep. postage or ls, : - seiMtyou o-. . - ?- ,7ooo nuiM,...""- 61 Tirices on nt-ar , , J . . ,,,1 u-e a that you cat .-.vA We constant:) urrr m ntir1C nlllltt"'t!. . A from C6 cents to 25 cents, and dressed beef from 88 cents to 40 cents, while refrigerator car rates en dressed hogs fell from 69 cents In 1887, to -40 cents inJ899. Prosperity aad the Silver 'Qaestloa. The facts cited, showing prosperity In every branch of industry, have an tme portent relatfob to the silver question. wMch formed so prominent a feature of the campaign of 1898," and which the Democratls leaders promise to araru Take the genuine, original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only ty Madison Modi-cine Co., Aladtsoe. WU. It keere yoti well. Oar trade mark cut oa eara package. Price, is cent. Navet soU 10 bulk. Accept no aubsU- The Tsllest Meresstile BuiMine Is IhsWtrM. MONTCONIERY W MhwNm! aj W VwfMmi tmt. Ak yw raggt V t - ; 1 .

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