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THE HERALD.
Big Stunk in. I»A No 1 A,
FRIDAY, JULY 27. 188-.
\Y. Do Editor and Fob]..
Ut:riUM COI.MV
TI O.V
A Republican tl. It uHt .-entioi
county of (irant will lie .1 ,~,aturdhj
(lay ef .hilj A D. IS8\
•JSth k
/n., at tlje court house in the city 'it M'lbiti.^,
u' the jinrj-A.se oi .-selecting yeveji delee-i^v
rciri sent (irant CMiiity i he T'U ritonai
Hi-} mhhcan Convention, to bo held, at Water
town, Dakota, on the 'i.'d day oi Ain.'u-.t,
Ikks. It is recommended that tho caucuses
in the various precincts be held W-idnf.-- i.t\,
the Jrith day ot July, at S o'clock ui., at
the usual places, except those ot Mdbank
and Bi^ ^Hone (Mty, which are recommended
to le held at p. ia. the samp day.
The following apportionment is given to
show the number ot delegate- to which oaoh
precinct is entitled
Adam»... '4,Mazeppa .. Z
Albnn 5JM«4rose 1
Stone Township.'J'Milbank 1st ward.
Hie tone C.ty 4'Milhank 2d wai 1 .. I
(ieorgia liMilbank :Jd war
Tin Republicans in the Senate have
decided in conference t,o pass a tariff
reduction biRtha* will reduce the rev
en lie £77,00:),-'Co and yet have wise
and safe protective provisions for the
county.
promotion of American industri°sa,nd di.-f:
labor. This discounts the Democrat- bly
ic measure every rebpect and shows term
the wisdom of committing the tariff
question into the hands or its friends.
Milbank held its primaries Wednes­
day evening and chose the following
delegates to attend the county conven
tion: Fist ward, II. W. Uradford, J.
A MelJride, Leonanl Kaercher, C.
Vaughn second ward, A. J. lileser,
S. S. Lorkhart, J. C. Knapp, J. Can­
non third ward, D. W. Diggs, L.
7ockhart. Harry Ilocum,.] W Hell.
Thkhe is sui'li tiiversity
choice lor de!egat«* to congiess
the people of this county, it is very
probable
that
the
a solid delegation
The Dcnjoenitic leaders in i!ie ea.-.i n-^i,
are kapt busy denying that their par- at th
ty means tree trade, but the Knehsh
press, which mu-' b*« acknowledged!
a comj^etent and i.abiasf.d ttdge. on
this uMCStion, .' 0!.- .unces the "r-.-
itlent's iue:o,! a iree trade a:
ment and the Mil.
1
Clevelund shrinks from the use of tl:e
term "free trade," and in fact de-|
country. It is certain that the jirgu-
tion otig'it to U stv.ctly iin.it.ed by
the needs of the country that it is
unjust to tax t!i« whole*community I
-ingle t'.'ttle. d'
i e u s e o e
organs have mad
of chp.'n.'. dvj-pr
Hie i".!
for the benelit ot special classy, that {'nitride of
import duties stille production and i "icn) more prominentlv
hm.t the area ot a !:o in*iy\« markets.
are purely tree trade arguui»-n!s As
such we are very gl.ui Iomc 1'r^
dent Cleveland using them
And the London News says
Piesident Cleveland shows that he
the tnu- trade candidate in every
thing but name. The reer\ f.on is
an 5ii! poMiitn !.• I-: Ameiic.ju :C.y
pui p-.-M-.-v. 1
he pH.ilent f« eh-, eon
}f iled to ohi:r icreli. !he attempt to
br, ti 1 htm as a tree tra iei as Ie«-ep.
tion, Ki:t for all that
coiiilirt now in pMij.',
e w u i e e a
and no! iung else,
at Milhank hd had
securing stoch
soon build.
Congr ss ha-
tcrritoii
ry improvements
exceeding per ec
valuation the ci!'.
dtlion t- hojidi
1
stock to Minneapolis, Tuesday. Hen­
elect, i :1
I if| et
a 1"
Thousands i, •.
been
intlige.-.f ion and i.
(•J
iipperue
by
(a
i Mir :M
Iiit-d it
tone anu rengi
:iii I •_
to ti!
-.sr '.it,
•i able
-d 1
i
'•rant Center 4j0ftceoSa i
Melbourne 3:StoCkUolm I
Madison 2jTroy ...
J. L. LockiIAUT, ('h'li.' 1 (Vi.lral
«•©. VON Eaeuux, r^^fL
James MCUovkmn S ^oiuuntte^.
A.. M. Hagan shippf a cavdoad ...if
ry Sclntfei shipped anotln! ar-load
W dnesday
Conhukss has passed the bill au
thorizing two additional judges for
Dakota. One of them will comi) to
the new .Seventh district which from
hero includes all the counties tribu­
tary to the Hastings & Dakota line
as far west as the Missouri.
for
any particular candidate cannot be
had. In this lukewarm state of affairs
delegates to Watertown should be byterian
to
man
combine for
for
the
central
Dakota and (irant
.'ompanN
.1 M'CSS ill
o. I'll!) w
,1 .i 1
thofiziu: i i -rr
dages in t!"'
s lor necesf
wi tunt not
ti:«- assessed
village in ad-
debtediiess
y lw Dakota J«sd ''inn
The In!: rovidi: t-\•» .• Iditinial
as:.t'.':iat( y-.ticcs "i- npietne
hi in i
1
territory ha: passed bo* I:
lini: 1 ngress, The iifth juh-
cial district shall consist of the conn
ties ot lieadle, Kimrsbury, Hiookii^
Hughes, Hyde, -illj, Fv.W, CI irl
rotter, Codington, Hamlin and Deuel
The seventh -m -i
the counties ,-v
Marsh.i'l, Grant Jl'd-ert
2
Twin Brooks 3
[Vernon I
1
warfl of the count v i l'rat
iy.
Walworth, Mcl berson ••/-ll,
and the Sisdeton and "'^anpettui I'.i
dian reservations, and also the follow
ing portion of the groat Sioux reati
vution Ail that portion lying north
1
.in.1 a
line extending to the north i n* oi
1'ratt county, to the twenty-iifth l..-
greu of longitude west from Washing­
ton, and eastward of said de«.'.'-- :iJ
southward to the north line c: ),
man county. The eighth judicial d.
trict shall consist of the counties .-l
Grand Forks, Walsh, rembina, K- l-
son, Ramsey, Cavalier and Towner.
Temporarily and until othorwise «r-
dered by law, the addition.il asi*oci:ro
.justices shall be assigned to the sev­
enth and eighth judicial distiiots, and
it tdiall be the duty of ..-aid nu.!./e
appoir.u and fix
v
r.-rms of holdini'
court vr.d. nf .ij.i'•:
Washington Special, .) uly i ''!i
is a great year for clergymeu V. s .a
uotwitiistandi: the old ry that
they and deacon's dau^V is ne\-
turned out well. Graver Cleveland,
democratic candidate for Cue pr?si-
dency, is tho son of a Presbyterian
clergyman. Allen G. Thurman, ditto
for the vice-presidency, i.s the son of
a Methodist clergyman iienjamin
Harrison, republican candidate Jur
the presidency is the son-in-law of a
Presbyterian clergyman. i.pvi
Morton, ditto for the vice-pre.-adeip •,,
the son of a regational clercy- 1
man. Calvin i^rice, chairman ot
the democratic committee in cirii::-- 5%'.*''
of the campaign, is the son of a Pre
.Clergyman
shrewd, capable men, uninslructed, 'c'luy, chair»ian .-f iepubiiCM.i
and ready
Matthew Stan-
best national comnii'tee, is also the sou oi
the fact that ('en. .Harrison is an eld-
er o' the
to
o u
_'
'•IV. 'H.I S.j|j|y TJ\,. i
,M! i -v.eaf ^le v -m i u
to-wards free trade. The i.i.n.lo ii »e .i- v, n: r-:r 'v
Times say -:. i v dents ot ^.rom:'
It would be hardly po.^-ible to u' cop.e-5 iMo otln
the free Uiuie ease more clearly er •. '.rreSi-jiidentr.
more strongly, and yet Pi^uUnt ,'. .'
S i
v o n 1 1 v
dares that thoye who taunf- him with bus'.:... us tiling ,f as
being a flee trailer are deceiving the
1 S n i
1 a v e
ment.s which President Cleveland birge fortune.- by :i e.r ow
urges are thos" which (Jobdcn used to and :ns*
employ torty*!iveyeaisago, and which
V V
any English free trader would employ bii:"n-.\-.-- ,-s wv».| ,.•»
now. Su! propositions as that tax
a- L'
1
5J.
ii ttl
V T& "N -i\.
|L- \+.iS-
-J&
v.- -w
s-*' •*-4.^
a
I'l-fsl-ytoiiincJiunih hitisdf
s lie
en said in i'-v.-s
i
i
i
/ho have made large foituncs
tr.'itively a few years r. van-
k :rn!
men i more prominently tv:iu
I G. Green, of Woodbury, X.
u- .it tl.e head of ^reat many
i e s a i i s y e o u i a i i v a
man. When th.-. fa.-* 11
Flower tor dys|»-'p.i
pi.unt aiitl ISoschee s "'Vnaa
I bir coughs and lung trouble-
1
grown to a wonderful sale in
I ot the world, it proves f.hnf
I a.n .-eanieot oy spenlaiie:.:'
w-ealth. His m. diej.it s
in.'eiS as valuable a.n-1 est:
nudies and the business
gradually and rrn mx-r.f!
!at !fh: eo«
M:n. of i
aril
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f'
w i
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papeis, i
note.
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in:r
*ase with lh
find where me:
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uc as an exanipl*
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a Presbyterian clergyman, which with pie?, eiuiA-i
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and bait Aleuts aiwuv*H on Lui*.
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cover defects. Tut area,ci
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