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THE HEMLD-ADVANCE.
MILBANK, S. D.
W. W. DOWXIE, Editor and Puol'
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY,
FRIDAY, JULY 8,1802.
PROTEGTIOH AND RECIPROCITY!
Republican Ticket.
For President,
BENJAMIN HARBISON,
of Indiana.
For Vice President,
WH1TELAW RKID.
of New York.
li
e publican State Convention.
The Republicans of South Dakota will
meet ia delegate oonventfon iu the city
of Madison, (South Dakota, at the opera
house, on Wednesday the 20th (lay of
July, 1802, at 3 o'clock p. m., lor the pur
poso of nominating candidates for state
olUcers, members of congress ani presi
dential electors to be supported at the
next general election to be held Tuesday,
November 8th 1602.
The Republican electors and voters,
without regard to past affiliations, who
believe iu Republican principles and en
dorse tho Republican policy, are cordial
ly invited to unite under this call.
An alternate delegate for each dele
gate to the convention lo act in case
the absence ol the delegate, phall be
elected in the same manner and at the
hume time as the delegates are elected.
The several counties will be entitled
to the following representation:
Aurora
b«m llommo
Brookings
Urowu
liruio
Kutfalo
Butte
('umiiboU.......,
Charlus Mix
'inrk
'iity
Ccdiuutou
.•ust.fr
Dtivieon.
T)ttV
Deuul
1 J(»ll£luM
Edmunds
1'uil uiver
Faulk
irittit
Hamlin U
Jiuiid Is!
51iin-?oii.» 6
itu^Iies..............
Hutchinson St
8] II do
lSj.iterUUlil
lOKlntrsbury ....
21 Lake
Lawrence
8|Lincoln 31
2j Marshall 8
SjMoade 10
10- Miner
ti
tj Minnehaha 51
121-Moody 18
l* McUook.
l^iMcPUersoa...
l-JUViiniu'iton,.
11
9
32
i 'otter
Roberts,..,....
Sanborn
Spink
Stanley
11 Sully
13 Turner
10 Unioa
10
1
5
11
25
2
6
21
15
5
lb
Walworth
Yankton
Total.,
The committee recommonds that all
delegates to county conventions be elect
ed ay ballot. that alternate delegates be
elected 0y ballot and that no proxies be
allowed but that the delouates present
sn count}' and sta* conventions be enti
tled to cast the entire vote ot the dele
gation, and that all primary polls be held
open not less than one hour. The com
mittee further recommends that all pri
maries be held Saturday, July'Jth, and
that county conventions beheld 'i'hurs
dav, July li.
My order of the committee.
Dated at Madison, South Dakota, June
l«i. 1S92.
A. E. Cnouon, Chairman.
W. C. ALLEN, Secretary.
Ilepublica.ii County Convention.
A delosrate convention of the republicans of
•frriint Motility, South Dukota. will beheld at the
•court house in the city of .Milbank, on Saturday,
ilk' 'Jth day of July, A. I). 1892. at two o'clock p.
m.. Kir the purpose of electing ten delegates to
it ('resent, said lirant County in the republican
iuii! convention tube held at Madison, South
Iiukotti, on Wednesday, July &ttli, 1»H2, at 3
«i'i'lock v in., Paid state convention will nomi
•J.atv cauiidates for state i.ufices, members ot Con
frres.'s. and presidential doctors to be supported
.at* 'ho next general election to be held in this
,tMte uu Tuesday, November 8th, 181)3. The va
aioiis townships and ward* are entitled to the
vimber of delegates, following, to-wit:
No. Del.
....... ,»j:Melro80.. ..
.tilMlibtWK, 1st
.8 24
.21 '4
,3jOsceola..
i stockholnii..
5 Troy.
Adams...
tMbiiu
li Stone City, 1st W
a
jiie St ue Twp
Creor^io
Hiram Center
-Kiit.ioru..
M-idis°(in
Mitaeppa...
No.
Del.
.. ..5
....4
6
Ward.
It is recommended by this committee that
slelegati's and alternates be elected by ballot,
ixthai no proxies be allowed but tiia the dele
gates present cast tull vote, and that utl primary
foils be held open for at least one hour.
if, is further recommended by this committee
v't'iut i\ll primary caucuses be held at the usnnl
jiiaccs on Thursday, July 7
th, 1M2, at 2 o'clock
!ii.. except Milbank and Big stone City and
Ihat the latter be held at s oViock p. m., of said
:4.1ft mentioned date.
By order ot the Republican County Committee.
I HAVE a sincere love for all our peo
ple. 1 exclude no sectioii. I take into
any affection and respect all the States
and all our people.—Benjamin Harrison.
AT the Independent Convention held
"itt Omaha, ou July 4th, James B. Weaver,
*t Iowa, was nominated for President,
nd J. G. Field, of Virginia, for Vice
i'lesident. St. Louclcs, of South Dakota
lame, was made permanent chairman of
(the organization.
"THF.
I'
4
3
3
4
6
.5 Twin Brooks
........ ..'J Vernon
4| Total..
....79
John W. Beu„Chairman.
Dated at Milbank, S. 1., June 22,1
S 1 CLAIM no other credit than that of
Mhaving attempted, without sparing uay
telf as to labor, to discharge public
duties conscientioualy.—lienjamin Har
•#'i»on.
I armors of New England are
aa
a mle. feeling more contented than for
-veral years." says the New
England
Firmer. Tiia farmer is but one of the
tnv who have been benefited by the
iMoKinley Tariff bill, and who will nhow
their gratitude by the way in which
ihey vot« on the 8th of Xovemlier next.—
Americas Economiat.
GOT. Mellette'* Proclamation.
PIKUKE, S. D., June 25, 1892.—It ap
pearing to the executive that the South
Dakota World's Fair Commission, as
heretofore organized and officially recog
nized, has been upon its own motion
merged into a corporation, organized
under the laws of the State of South
Dakota, and denominated the South
Dakota Worlds Fair commission, in order
the better to secure a proper exhibit of
the products and manifestation of the
resources of the State at the World's
Columbian Exposition, to be held at
Chicago in 1893, and
It appearing further to the Executive
that L. G. Ocbseureiter, F. T. Evans,
Solonmn Star, O. V. Gardner, W. M.
Powers, T. 11. Brown, Oliver Gibbs, Jr.,
C. E. Hinds, P. F. .McCIure and W. W.
Taylor, all citizens of South Dakota, and
gentlemen of high character and prom
inent for business ability and integrity,
have been duly elected as Directors and
Trustees ot the corporation before men
tioned.
Now, Therefore, I \RTHUR C. MEL
LETTE, Governor ot the State of South
Dakota, do hereby constitute and ap
point the gentlemen before named as
Directors and Trustees, and their proper
ly constituted successors of office to be
and comprise the South Dakota World's
Fair Commissioners, until otherwise
provided by law, and such entitled to ail
the rights and privileges accruing
to the State ot South Dakota from the
World's Columbian Commission or from
the Honorable Director General ot the
World's Columbian Exposition and duly
constituted lady Managers thereof.
All former appointments in this behalf
are hereby revoked.
'1 he executive deems a proper exhibit
of the agricultural, mineral and manufac
turing products of the state at the
World's Columbian Exposition of the
utmost importance lo her interests,
especially in the development of her
boundless resources and
Therefore, most earnest!)' asks that all
good citizens of this state extend their
hearty co-operation in forwarding the
work of the commission, and render sub
stantial aid by liberal contributions to
wprd m:iking an exhibit upon that oc
casion, which it is hoped will be the pride
of every resident of South Dakota.
The members of the World's Colum
bian Commission and the Lady Mana
airers thereof representing the state of
South Dakota are especially requested
and urged to recognize the organization
hereinbefore alluded to ns the South
Dakota World's Fair Commission, and
as such entitled to their heirty co-oper
ation and earnest assistance.
Done at Pierre, the Capital, this 25th
day of June, A. D„ 18ii2.
AKTHVR C. MELLETTK,
Governor."
Ko thancc for the Third Party.
With St. Louelts at the head of tha
Independent party ot this State as leader.
South Dakota will safely go Republican
by a strong majority. Senator Pettigrevv
has the following to say on the nomi
nation:
It is idle talk about the third party
carrying South Dakota this voar. That
party has weakened itself with the ware
house provision in its platform, weakened
itself immeasurably. They have also
committed a great folly in turning their
party over lo the management of Presi
dent Loucks, who has broken up every
organization which he has ever been
connected with. The people ot South
Dakota are too honest to follow such a
leader upon such a platform, and the
people's party ic weaker to day in South
Dakota tinin it was before the convention
which announced such principles, and
nominated such a man as James B.
Weaver, who has been known for many
years as a politician of a peculiar type.
The Work
in sniaii Wants Him.
The New York Workingman's Reform
League, representing 11 worningmen's
unions and a membership ol 8,000, has
adopted thd following resolutions and
caused them to be circulated iu pam
phlet form:
Resolved, That we believe that the
record of President Harrison for the last
three years has shown that he is the most
eligible candidate for workingmen's and
farmers' suffrages of all the list who have
been mentioned. He is a believer in
Protection of the workingmnn and farm
er from the pauper contract labor of
Europe and Asia, and his patriotism is
shown by his firmness in the Chilian.
Italian and Behring Sea affairs.
We pledge the working and farmer
vote of the United States to him as the
candidate of the Republican party.
The workingman does not need to be
told who his friends are. He wants to
see Benjamin Harrison elected President
of the United States, because Mr. Har
rison is the chosen champion of the party
of protection, high wages and a decent
standard of living. Can any one blame
him?—American Economist.
Every line in the newspaper fwts
something, if it is for the benefit of an
individual it should be paid for. If a
grocer wag asked to douate groceries to
one abundantly able to pay tor them, be
would refuse. The proprietor of a news,
paper must pay for tree advertising if
the beneficiary does not and yet It is one
ot the hardest things learned by many
that a newspaper has space in its col
umns to rent, and must rent to live. To
give away or rent anything at leat than
living rates would be as certainly fatal
as for a landlord to furaiah hoaae net
fret .—Kimball Grapbfe,
Washington Letter.
WASHINGTON, July 4,1892.
The President goes on in the even tenor
of Lis ways, jusl as if the uaamije of
Stewart free coinage bill by the Senate
had not thrown Congress into what might
almost bejcalled a panic, i fke is worried
even a little bit over the situation he
does not show it. Tho situation in the
House is at present chaotic, owing to the
absence of so many members and the
uncertainty of getting them here, lhe^
telegraph wires have been kept hot since
Saturday by both friends arid opponents
of free coinage, and a good many mem^
bers have prohablv had their Fourth of
July plans sadly disarranged by an lm
p©rativt* summons to como to Washing*
ton at once.
The free coinage bill will be taken
from the Speaker's table to-iuorrow and
be referred to the committee on coinage,
which will hold a meeting on Wednesday,
and will, it is expected, immediately re
port the Lull favorably. Then the music
will begin, and if the republican mem
bers are all in their seats it is believed
that they can easily become masters of
tho situation and dictate the action of the
House. Both silver and anti-silver men
are threatening to block all the appro
priation bills if it becomes necessary to
v in. Mr. Cleveland has been appealed
to by the anti-silver democrats to bring
his influence to their aid, but it is doubt
ful whether he will dare to do it.
The situation is such that the Presi
dent may have to abandon the idea of ac
companying Mrs. Harrison to the Adri
ondacks the last of this week, as he had
intended doing. Only one of the
regular appropriation bills has been sent
to the White House yet, and if the silver
flight begins before the others are dis
posed ot no one can snv when the rest of
them will get there. Congress is not in
session to-day and the breathing spell is
a very welcome one to the contestants it
gives'them a chance to maueuver for po
sition.
So many contradictory stories have
been told about the attitude of ex-chair
man Clarkson, of the republican national
committee, towards i.lie organization of
that committee, that it is a pleasure to
give his real position in his own word?.
'•I came to Washington,'" he says, "fully
determined not to accept the chairman
ship of the committee who voluntarily
tendered me their support. Mr. Campbell,
tho new chairman, has been tuy personal
friend and colleague on the national com
mittee for years, and knowing him to
be a master in political details and tlior
oughly competent to make a successful
chairman, I joined with other friends iu
urging him to accept ihe place, after lie
had several times declined it, and at last
he did accept. No man has ever assumed
the chairmanship of tho republican
national committee with larger or better
qualifications than lie possesses, and the
party can have implicit confidence in his
ability, his judgment and discression, his
fidelity and his power to do his part to
command success. Mr. Carter, the Sec
retary, is qualified for either chairman or
Secretary. He is a discovery in politics,
a.id the best politician in the United
States ot his age. The combination of
Campbell and Carter is as strong as the
party could provide, and they are worthy
of the enthusiastic and constant support
of all good republicans. The ticket this
year is worthy the support of everv man
who has a trace of republican blood in
his veins. Mr. Blame was the first man
to speak to the country after the ticket
was nominated to urge"all republicans lo
join its support. The party in all its fac
tions can do so with hono'r and sell-re
spect, and 1 shall cheerfully do inv part
in whatever 'way I can bear a hand."
There is no uncertainty about this, nor
is it the language of a sulker. Mr. ClarH
son has agreed to serve at a member of
the executive committee, and it is prob
able that he will have control of the
campaign in New York.
The President sent another message to
Congress on the Canadian waterway
question, in which he tells of the failure
ot the Canadian Government to befog
the question and insists that prompt re
taliation is necessary. Senator Davis'
joint resolution authorizing the Presi
dent to retaliate has been favorably re
ported to the Senate and will probably
be taken up and passed this week.
Senator Dubois, pt Idaho, was an anti
Harrison man previous to the nomination
therefore his view of the situation is not
A prejudiced one. He savs: "The third
party cannot carry Idaho, and I think
their inability extends to Colorado, Ne
vada, the new States and the Pacific const
it is true that there was
i
strong^ ten­
dency towards a third partv before Chi
cago convention nominated Cleveland
but it vanished when that ballot was'
taken. Our people know that it the
third party carries any ot the republican
States it would throw the election of
President into the Mouse, which is two
thirds democratic, and Cleveland wont-'
be elected. People who live in that sec
tion will not take any chances on the
election of Cleveland. No one ever in.
juredtne west more than he did."
FALSE and misleading words and
phrases may deceive the people at first
but the fraud cannot last long. The
people have been thinking the matter
over, and know that a "tariff for reve
nue only" means practically the same
thing as free trade. A duty on coflee
for instance, would not protect American
latior or industry since we cannot grow
that product. In all such cases the du
ties imposed is one for revenue only and
not in any sense tor protection. Even
when duty are levied on imports that
come in competition with home products
the tariff, if BO low that it does not check
or abate Importation, will be one tor
revenue alone, and not for protection
A revenue tariff la one adjusted so as to
avoid any protection or discrimination
in favor of home industry or labor. That
acute old Democratic tree trader, John
C. Calhoun, aptly summed up the whole
question in thia way:
10
"No two thinga, Senators, are more
different than aaties for revenue and
protection. They are as opposite as light
and darkness. The one is friendly and
the other hostile to the importation of the
article on which they may be nnposed
Protection handicaps the forti^n
manufacturer, so ho must compete with
the home producer on terms oi equiihty.
The revenue only puts ou such li^ht
duties as make it certain the foreigner
must win and hold the mai AC*.
For Over ifty years.
Mrs. WINSLOW'S SOOTHINO SYRUP, for
children teething, is the prescription of
one of tho best female nurses and physi
cians in the United States, and has been
used for over fifty years with never-fail-
mr
success bv millions of mothers for
their childrem During the process of
teething its value is incalculable, it re
lieves the child from pair, cujes dysen
tery- and diarrhoea, griping of the bowels
and wind colic. By giving health to the
clnid it rests the mother. Socabott.e.
Time Tsblc 11, A D. DivisionCmBi
& St. P. Railway.
GOING EAST.
Passenger—Daily
Passenger—Daily ex. Sunday....
Way Freight Daily ex. Suuday.
Frc'ijjUt
Among other fresh goods just received
I invite the attention of the public to my
CUES GGQQS
HID
My Stock ot
M. P. MARTENS.
-THE—
Flint & Pere Marquette
liailroad
Will save you TIME and
MOSEY
a trip to
011
any place in
Michigan^
Canada
AND
Eastern States' Points!
i i n a S e a e s o s s i n
Michigan winter and
s u e o i w a u k e e
«Mcliiitowoc connecting
Y-mT10'1'
A trams.
Ask for rates one way
aud get our folder.
P- F. GAINES. Coin'L Agt.
n Mamtowoe, Wis.
C. 1IITXEV,
GENERAL
Agent,
•Milwaukee. Wis.
PENSIONS.
THE DISABILITY B.LL IS A LAW
Soldiers Disabled Since the War are
iniF?® fl^°f^mCoWc"??,\HRrnnow
ENRY SCIIAFKU,
Proprietor of tij
Milbank Mm
kinds of
Fresh ana Salt
The choicest quality iobe^
in stock. Trj-uiy^
tSTCash paid f0r jlides
JJ B. SMITUER^
ATTORNEY
AND CO^EJI
Will practice in all r.oim?
8.
13:40 a
0 &
.... 1 ni
5 ::J5 a
OOINO WEST.
Pae?enger—Daily
Passenser— Daily ex. hunday....
Wav Freitdit—Daily
FreiyUt—Daily ex, SiiiuKhv
3:55 am
4:25 ni
to a
12:."5 am
MILBANK, 8.5
JOHN W. BULL,
ATTORNEY AND
Arrive.
AND NOTARY I'J
Practices in all Counts-
MILBANK, s. D.
F. GIBRN, Jn.f
HEAL KSTATE AND
INSURANCE AND Coi(La
Kirst Mortgage Loans on
Chattel Security :tt Ueaj
Taxes 1'aid for N.in-resi.ipi,:?, U
MILbA.NK.S, 5,
J^It. li. II. UOoDGKil,
A o o
Glassware and
Crockery.
is also new and large.. Jail and
see it.
PHYSICIAN AND SLG
TWORMVZ AND RKsinExeK
EK'S Dun, STOKE.
All calls promptly attendedd.v|
OFFICE nor Us9 to 10 a. ni
to 9 p. m.
MILBANK, a
JAMES
S o e i n
Nice.
KE11R,
I'ropnetor
MILBANK I)1!AY LIV
AGENT FOR THE STAMDAKDU
Moving Pianos,Organs, Farnitj
prompt
Attention.
JOHN L. LOCKIIAItT,
Assortmen
REAL ESTATE FARM L{
INSURANCE.
Transacted. City and Coua::i
Bought and Sold,
Office at Oiuirt liou^.
WlU PSPIH I¥L
Largest Stock and La*-st|
SPECIAL LOW PRIt
1
FURNITU!
TO MAKE KOOMFOHS.
%WA largo assortment of
at lowest price?
E. KMAM
DeSILVA BROS
PAINTK
Make a specialty of Ot
Paperhanging anS Caicil
All work done piountl} flj
Artistic Miuintr.
Shop in Beatty
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