THE DAILY HURONITE. TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1886. HURONITEMS. 30 above at 7 a, m. The painters have the Parker building in hand. Belknap Co. have received a car load of fish poles. Baggageman Fred Hodges is laying ofi for a few days nursing a lame knee. The Times--good authority on that subject--says the brewery has been sold. Mr. Merritt is making a census of the city while preparing material for his Directory. Miss Flora Fuller will have her claes in the Baptist Sunday-school at tea this evening. Charles Eldredge, Huron, was an entry on the Tremont house register in Chicago Saturday. Berry Alexander received an in- voice of elegant spring suits to-day. Call and see them. o'8-dl " Good-bye, my lover, Good-bye," was said to many of *he boys at the train to-day, as they left for Water- town. E. W. Miller is forsaking the par- sonage Lnd moving to the more secu- lar Bowe property--4th and Kansas Syracuse Lodge No. 16, K. of P. meets this evening. Members should be present. _ The conductor's check in a man's hat is a dead give away to the rÂ»ew arrival on our streets. Prairie fires glimmering on the ho- rizon are seen these fine evenings. First ward citizens' caucus will be held at the city hall on Wednesday evening, March 24th. Per order of COMMITTEE. Mrs. M. F.Wright, after a protract- ed visit among friends in Chicago and vicinity, arrived home to-day. Dr. C. C. Huff' has received the sample uniforms for Co. C, 2d Beg., D. N. G. The company will decide to-morrow evening on which style they will have. About twenty five of Hamilton Kerr's friends dropped in on the fam ily Monday night, and had a first- class surprise party. At Kent's: J McMnight of St Louis. A K Barnes of ttacine, Frank M Hyoue of Fargo. Ceo C Stillinan, J L Wolf of Minneapolis. Dennis Downs of New York, D .1 Titfhe of Rapid City. J W Ma thews of Northville. Berry Alexander have received their entire spring stock of clothing, and it is the finest ever shown in Huron. GS-dl J. B. Martin, of Canada, arrived in the city on last Sunday, purchased throe lots on Monday and began the ] E. T. Cressey started to the front to-day, in appearance the noblest veteran of them all, dressed cap-a-pie as he was in the war stained garments of the volunteer soldier of the war. The cap was the same worn at Mill Springs, where Zollicoffer shed his life's blood; his knapsack and can- teen were carried on .the battle field of Chickamauga, and his vest and "unmentionables" of course each have their interesting history of life in the camp and on the field. Capt. W. V. Lucas, Department Commander of the G. A. B. and Com- rade B. F, Paine of .Miller, joined our delegation here for the Watertown Encampment. If you want to see the handsomest line of clothing ever brought to Hu- ron call on the Star Clothing House. G8-dl Wanted, a good dining room girl at More Horses Coming. Nash Bros, will receive another car load of good horses on March. the 23d of d66-3t Bee Hive! Bee Hive! Bee Hive! FURNISHING goods -- spring styles gents' wear, bv A. Polack Co.. d54tf Girl Wanted. One for general housework. Good wages given, tf MRS. L. K. CHURCH. New Paci fie hotel . G7d3t* ARCHITECT! SIOUX FALLS, DAKOTA, Correspondence Solicited. crences. Best of Ref- d38tf streets. Judge Church and wife go to Chi- cago to accompany their friend Miss Towne thut far on her iournev h o m e ' Â· t , Â· i n . XT ,, , j-' l l "-.y uujub seems imbued with the true to NÂ«w York. Belknap Co are shelving the south side of their largo store room to the ceiling to make room for their bi; stock of iioocls. g erection of a dwelling on Tuesday. We venture to say that he will give a good account of himself on the rest of the days of the week, for his mind western spirit. Humors increase concerning the sale of tho Nicholl property, corner of 4th street and the avenue. The And are Ready for Business, \i Store Crowded from Early Morn until late at night. OUR STYLE OF DOING BUSINESS O^TJOIiT tlie Trade. latest is that Mr. Nicholl has sold it Two extra clerks have been employ-1 for $7.000, cash, to a syndicate, who ed at tho U. S. Surveyor's olHce, to hurry through the work which the office, is getting out for the Northern Pacific li-'y Co. Col. Elsou couldn't be hired to stav \vill erect upon it the handsomest block in Huron. \Vright House arrivals: U. E. (J'Neil of Stevens Point, K. .1. Gratton, Mui- nesota. Jacob Brown, Volga. Mrs. M. E. I Jokers. Lake Ik'iitoii, Edward S. Sack- k Â· 9 n i Â· t m 1 Â· Â· Q J . n away from Watertown. He held court | ( ' ttt; - ^'dlield. -IJis. ('onion, St. Paul. K. till a very late hour last night so as to lMlnt/ n v^en' J ' l v Cl M. U ']^V ^V*? 1 ^-' /i-*?'" work the case off of his hands and " To-duy'^Huron' delegldon 1 ^^ !l?Z,! I?! m " l Â° lb Â° a A ' R EQ - i Watertown encampment consisted of J. K. P. McCallum, 3d Iowa Cav. ; E. T. Cressey, 2.1 Minn. Inf.; J. E. Hoff- man, 44th lud. Inf.; John H. Alex g o n campmont. The car load of Yanktonians to Watertowu did not come up to Huron. They were side-tracked at Iroquois and attached to No. 2 when it went east. W. F. T. Bushnell left the city to- day to attend a meeting of the Dako- ta Board of Agriculture at Aberdeen. The premium list for Uie Fair is the special subject oC consideration. We commend to the notice of our readers the ad. of Houghtou Sou, dealers in hardware on 2d street and Dakota avenue, und the house itself as a place well worthy the confidence and patronage of tb.e public There will be a regular meeting of the ladies of ( I race Church Guild at the rosidijnco of Mrs. E. A. Morse oÂ»- Thursday t h e L5:.ij inst. at 2:^U p. m., sharp. A f u l l attmj. lance is desired.' ANMK E. CIIOATE, JSec. J i l l } J All Garments Marked in Plain Figures. Goods OR MONEY REFUNDED. the largest, I t-rkms of MiHor.1 Win Hicks of Miller t'ton of Minneapolis S M John Kbeii ~ atxler, 21st Iowa Inf : E. T. Langle.y, 14th Iowa Inf.; AV. \V. Eastman, lifer 28th N. Y. Inf.; Dr. E. C. Walton 54th Illinois Inf.; and comrade N. T. Smith of the Times, ladies accompanied the veterans: Mrs. J. E. Elson, Mrs. Dr. E. C. Wal- ton. Mrs. Dr. A. J. Dickinson, Mrs. J. M. Wood, Mrs. Atherton and rs -~ eh.,]* Hnntington. Dakota Ave. JefiHs Old Stand. iram Master Burke had a good joke ou himself to-day. Conductor Kowlund came in from the east and had among his passengers two under- sized people ticketed to Aberdeen i C* ^^/i TT -i r\^ HO asked Burke if he would see that u " oocl -tiousG and 100 ft. Lot on Nebraska st. they got on the north bound train all PE1CE CL01HK CO. SPECIAL BARGAINS. right, as they could not speak En lish. When the north train .. o l r a c v \ \ T.Clark of Wolsev, Jeo..J r Tn' A' L ' 1Joltim o1 ' t'lÂ»Wo. L K n u b a l l Ir., of hake JJvron, A Jj J\ a ker of. Northville, John P.rewer of ' r Jrown, of Elrov Wis Nicholas Donahue of Kansas Citv. ' pulled up, Burke brought out his children and got them seats in the coach. He found a gentleman who could talk with them, when it was discovered that the boy was 24 and the girl 19 years of age and that they were man wife. TvfbTM C Tn ,Â° f a11 des criptions at Belknap Go's. -wdtf House and 5O ft. L,ot on Colorado st. Lot 5Oxl65 ft. opposite Capitol Square. Lot 150x165 ft. on Colorado st.,near 6th. Several Lots 011 Monthly payments. Three Farms near Huron. l^Above property will be sold cheap. TV. H. iVTYrnRrYSTT T OFFICE:--Wright House Parlor.
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