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ction to Jowni', ''lit (•!. liscount. J. and andl le c( Cool or n S' Mat 11 ROWER'S «s.-e that the name of v,s, for delegate to con v.i.irticket, ami that the .-V-i-r. Patridge and Doug* •^islHtive candidates. Iiinin»s| i-sumers. Dakotaians are deprived of ')U)te for their choice for liftbe United .States, tliev rffiore at stake in the re state in the union. liar* •tion means the speedy ad- Dakota and the banish [ipet-bag government for [leveUnd's election means ltd state of territorial bond .jongand hard light for ad- •dtp cast next Tuesday for .r delegate to Congress is the continuance of Dakota •rial vassalage—and against ?admission of the Dakota*, i itber hand, every vote for is a vote for the lights of ,iila silent protest against1 rous injustice of keeping a ritha population of "ho.uOO »unioii. Dakotaians can ite long when this is the ndid county ticket which icans present for endorse Tuesday deserves to be .ire, and we believe it will indidat# for auditor, ,T. J. is so well known through unity, and particularly in where he has lived for the years, that it is hardly nec ill attention to his capabil ml if! cat 10 ns to make a good !ohn is aa excellent ac- id penman, courteous*' at tlie details of biftiness, and of the auditor's ottiee oked after with care and ::. ent if he is elected. Cherts, the candidate for lias proved himself worthy tidenee reposed in him— iponei.ts acknowledging his i »e people of the county i »me experience in having i man in this Important of- 1 1 -.l y want to be well satis H.e man whom they elect is "R».'st and competent. They •»»t with Mr. Roberts as treas-1 funds of the county will be handled and honestly ac- i!t* for, and they intend to see is again elected. candidate tor register of deeds, i-oisdeu, is well known as the ffintetment of schools for a num- J'tara past, and under whose progressive management "dwol system of the county has toade highly elliicient and satis* The universal esteeui in "''Mr. Aiusden is held through 'I'fe county, and his well known 'Unions for the ollice will result j^ti'ig him by a handsome major will make a cjmpetentaud '^8 register. '.^candidate forjudge of probate, Lowthian, is one of the live J*01618of Melrose township, an old I "kntof the county and an upright I He is well qualilied. and w hen rH as he undoubtedly will be administer the duties of his ft will with a conscientious regard for lights of all, and an honesty of Mi at can not be doubted. See "Jour ticket bears the name of N* J°*tliian for probate judge. Benedict for sheriff and John for district attorney are men, whose election is ['Hand who will make faithful l0l«l»etent otlicers. £l)c ever. store i9 Groceries at the Lowest Prices. Highest price paid for Butter and Eggs at TOWER'S The total collapse of the democratic county ticket releases democrats from any party obligation to support the ticket that will be presented to them as the democratic ticket. They are free to support either the regular re publican nominees or the sore-head republicans who crowded the demo crats out of the field. The only democrats who are entitled to votes as such are the sheriff, auditor, dis trict attorney and coroner. The can didates for treasurer and judge of probate are republicans, who, unable to get the endorsement of their own party in a fairly conducted conven tion, demanded of the democrats that they withdraw their own candidates and give these bolters a place on the ticket. The democrats of the county can endorse these dictatorial gentle men, who not only consider them selves superior to their own party, but who have the impudence to dic tate to a party to which they do not belong, or they can give them a tit ting rebuke next Tuesday by voting for the regular republican candidates. The stand and deliver policy which these republican bolters assumed to ward the democratic ticket should bar them from any consideration at the hands of democrats. I The Kfgo i.in, a democratic paper, has hoi&tetl the republican county ticket at the head of its columns and I advises democrats to support it. In Cass county a like condition of poli tics to that in this county prevails. A few republican bolters trying to work themselves into ollice by driving the 'straight democrats out of the field. The self-respecting democrats of Grant county will follow the example of those of Cass county and vote the ticket nominated in an honorable manner in a representative conven tion. The Sun says I In this issue we hoist the county •ticket at the head of our columns. Politically we disa^iu with every man on the ticket, but as the deino crats have no ticket in the Held, and the so-called people's ticket is a fraud from its conception, and as it is necessary that oneot tne two should elect,.), «e l^frr tl..- ticket .»««• i n i e y a a i e e s e n a i v e o n u tion of a party even if it be not mu I own. Further we like to be on the winning side, when there .j no n a,on why we should not be, and the tu ket sit the masthead of The Sun is the one that will win. The Old Doctors km li ii«v «, U tl.at most «®3doM Are" Sarsaparilla. largo snro .« One of my clnldren h-vl^la K break out ll7(r '"F10 A while, thinking »inipl« retnejh' rtlv heal, imtitgrew the .sore W "ly 1"^ alvii.t worse. 'f r,, iint K aI1 altemtiv» mrAu-mo sr Siy. 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