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Tk« rrtulM«-*n« of Sotltti Dakota wul *«rel 10
4J2»«7 vf.nv^i.tloi, l«. Miirhel.. H. I. at lbs
opera tu.u». or. th» /.tU d«.v uf Ao
iroft. IfW*, at o'clock ni for ita«t purpoM of
-liaclog in ioiotnatioti candidate* aa folloara:
For
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rfwr«**ei.Ui'vr« in co»HT*»»
For x*ertji»r.
Wot JJOTSfSSt.
r« #«*-?*iary of »UM.
Fof r-»»nr»r
Ktr auditor.
For tlorr
for «n it: isicndeot of pobile hMWctwi.
for coe»m.»*!oo»"r of ackoola aa4 aabltaMMa
Th* Hunl whbUM will b« HtttW to the fol
lowing repr»i»««t»t!t»o.
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Tbe calendar ftr tiw Mum
ty circuit court, now n. wisbioii st
Palia. contains eighty psi^ee
Tbe Ft 1
Ut!i.ti1
Sioux
An equal suffrage county convention
will be held in Yankton to morrow. The
meeting will be addraaeed by Suaac B.
Anthony and Mrs M. Seymour Howell-
nipitary reaerratioci
bill providing fur the oj^uing of pwt of
it in Charles Mix oonuny to aettlement.
haa been favorably reported to the houae
by Repreaf-utive Pickier.
The tJomii DuKutii memtMn had an
amendment incorporated in the river
and harlxjr bill pnmding for the in
provement erf the Big Bioux lifW tttMi)
Bioox Falls to ita mouth
Oeorge Frank, a young man about 25
yasn old, war* killed Tuesday evening
nmet. Me naa always been rabject to
cataleptic fita, and while riding on the
seeder waa taken with one and fell in
front of the teeth. When found he
just alive and died before
Urn
Washington dispatch, 2b: "The oen
sna enumerators for the First district of
South Dakota have been approved ex
cept about twenty," was the answer giv
en at the censua bureau to a correspond
ent of this paper to-day. %A vigorous
telegraphic correspondence is kept go
ing between this office and Huron and
before Saturday night a complete list
will have been ap|Kmtel.
The de^llxnly of William Cwsley. 6
man who disap^eared from Ipswich ^iast
winter, waa found the other day on the
prairie a few miles from that place. The
ooronor's jury returned a verdict that
Conley came to his death from exposure
shortly after hoi disappearance. Tbe
young man was a stranger in the locaii
ty and had lieen working but a short
ttSM
on
a farm nrnr Ipswe-h.
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Tbe Kesler artesian wcli near Wea
logton Hprtngs is developing into a won
der. A short time ago the well gave
promise of leiug an oil spouter, and last
week a strong flow of salt water was
struck at a depth of .725 (e«L From
twelve quarts of water four ounces of
pure white salt were taken. In all prob
ability the effort to aecure a How for ir
rigation purpoees will be abandoned and
•It factor\ MiUihuKhed instead.
The first anitual dtvutuu encaiiifiMetit
of South Dakota Bona (HI Veterans ckjeei
their two days' session at Lawrence
Wednesday evening. A large portion of
tbe camfjM of the state were represented,
and the encampment was one of the best
ever held. The following ere the newly
elected officers: Division colonel, C. H.
Cook of Arlington lieutenant colonel, A.
H. Peace of Armour major, L. H. Hop.
kins of Henry delegate at large to the
national encampment, W. A. Rogers of
Mitchell delegate to same, L. D. Lyons
of Wslertowu. Division council, John
Puaey of Miller, 1,8 Rickerts of Onida,
D. L. Printup of Brittou. Pierre
jwieetada* u»« next plaoe of
Pretty, Bet rrstt.
Bonneville, Ind., dispatch, 28: Over at
Yankee town, a village half a dozen mike
a#ay, the goetnps sit up eight# to die
otUK a sensation that has about depop
ulated the pla«e of young men and set
the old ones.to wondering. Five weeks
•go Rev. 0. W Jsffry, ptttor of the
church there, was married to Miss Min
nie Wheeler, a teacher ^in the schools.
Minnie was pretty and popular, and the
wedding wa* tin* unfile*! the pl*ot had
ever seen 1%o week* ago, to the hor
•. .A rtir th young husband and the w
tOMPhmeot of the neighborhood, the
bride of three weeks gave birth to a
baby boy. Jaffry became tffcntie. He
at uuce chargwi that several young men
tbe to rain hia,
while the yoang nod disgraced wif»
dwuru out s warrant for the arrsst at
Le«U Taylor, who hud W*r beat man at
the wedding, charging him with the
ternity of the child. He proposed to call
in all the young men of the plaoe to
prove the girl's lack of virtue. Taj loris
under $1,000 bond and will light it *0
the bitter end to prove hie innoccnoe.
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The announcement that Hugh
Campbell is a candidate for governor
provoke# only a aunle of incredulity in
these part*.
"Rev." J. A. Wakeftakt of MfediaU is
undoubtedly a candidate for congress.
This statement can be accepted ^'with
out salt." for Mr. Wakefield's private
correspondence with parttee iti thte e*ty
and lus recent visits here establish the
fact pretty well. His purchase of the
Mitchell Republican would indicate
that he haa aabftkxa «f a jpoaowwed
character.
State Senator Johnson, also of Mitch
ell, is an accredited candidate tor gov
ernor and may in the end interfere
materially with Mr. Wakefield's plana.
Traiperaaer l^etwre at a 4tr«ve.
Ivockfonl. III., dispatch, 28: Themeaa
Ijers of the G. A. are still criticizing
the Rev. M. E. Cady, of Centwnnm) M.
E. church, for his remarks at the funeral
of (Charles Nelson Hun«lsy afternotw.
Mr. Cady used the occasion te teach a
tem{eranc« lesson and dwelt almost en
tirely on the intemperance rather than
on the good qualities
of
old toidiers think it was in poor tarte to
detail the man's vices over his dead
body and in the presence of his mourn
ing friends, Mr. Only began hisK*ruton
by telling of Mr. Nelnen's withdrawal
froui the church and his sutesqoent re
lapsing into intemperance, which had
formerly becon a habit with him He
spoke of Me tanrtoti aotdkr and
said:
"Standing here and looking down up
-B Ui« law ol hioa whojs lurmory w« s»^
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dispatch, 28: Political niat-
terw in the northern part of the state are
not shaping themselves very rapidljr.
There is of course no dearth of candi
dates, for Spink county has a Foster
who would not object to sit in the guber
natorial chair, a Myers who would lilcs
to succeed Pickler, a Taylor who would
make an excellent treasurer, a Sterling
who could fill any place with muoh
more than average ability, a Hunter
who would take most anything and be
exceedingly thankful, a Bowman who
thinks the office of land commissioner
is just about hissise, and a Bixler who
hankers to preside over the next seesifW
of the state senate. As a gentleman re
marked the other day, "Tbe whole Uat
of state officers might be made up in
Hpink county, and then there would be
some mighty good
mm
who mid be
left out in the oold."
Other candidates in this vicinity are
the Hon. DeWoody of Edmunds
who is endeavoring to secure the alli
ance influence for auditor, Hon. M. P.
Beebe of the same county who has not
quenched his desire to be state treasur
er. and Hon. I W. Diggs of Grant coun
ty who expects the same honor and
who has many qualities which have en
deared him to a large number of people.
These are all good men, of straight Re
publican principles, of honesty of par
poee and much more than average abili
ties.
"The question, "What is Brown coua
ty going to dot" has been asked hun
dreds of times this spring and summer.
Brown is the pivotal county of the nor
thern part of the state and wields a
powerful influence, not only on account
of her large representation but for the
reason that her principal town is tbe
business and railroad center of a vaat
area. Brown county is entitled to
member of congress, and the presump
tion has been almost universal that she
would have a candidate for Mr Pickler'a
place. Since the departure of Hon.
J. Gordon for Washington, where be
drifted altogether to Hon. C. T. McCoy,
and many efforts have been made to
draw from him a clean statement of his
purpose and intents. This has not been
secured as yet, but it is safe U say he
will make the race and that he will
go into the Republican convention with
a much better following than last year.
Mr. McCoy is not a talker, and except
to intimate and eloee friends he makes
no statement of his purposes. His habit
of silence is well illustrated in the mat
ter of the calling of the state convention,
for nearly every paper has had some
thing to say about hi« anxiety and de
sire for an early convention, so that the
likelihood of Mr. Pickler being present
would be greatly decreased. Regarding
this often repeated statement, Mr. Me
Coy, following the course of Clarkson of
Iowa, has affirmed nothing or denied
nothing, though his intimate friends
here know that he had no choice and
did not care a farthing whether the
convention wan held in June or August
or September. Before the meeting of
the central oowmittee and when al»out
to issue the call he said it did not neoee
rily mean an early convention. He
called the committee together at an
early day so that he might be relieved
of all responsibility in the premises.
This much is due Mr. McCoy who has
been subjected to tnueh severe and un
just criticism.
1
call to-day, I say there lies too good a
soldier, too good a eitusen, U* good a
man to be crushed and broken by ths
American saloon. I have chanty for
this man's faults, ss I believe God has
passed over them but I have no words
to express my horror and anger at the
system established to debauch men, to
rob them of character, of home, and of
heaven for the revenue obtained there
from
He spoke of Mr. Nelson's repeated
struggles to reform. He said there was
scarcely one hope in ten thousand that
a drinking man would reform unleeM he
were converted. In closing he said:
"I wish to implore the children of our
friend, our conirale, our brother, as they
stand about the open grave and see him
lowered into his last resting place, to
pledge themselves to relentless warfare
against drink and the drink traffic."
T*e Blsrk Hill* •ni,
Absfffteen Republican, 28: Son. CI
T. McCoy has just returned from his
trip to the Black Hills. He aays the
boom is on there. In the ride over the
wagon road from Rapid City to Dead
woo* I he thinks they passed at least a
thousand teams with footmen hanging
on to every corner of the wagon, all mak
log
for the Black Hills He says there
is the same rush on everj other road
leading to the Hills. Harney Peak min
ing company will aoon increase their
force to a thousand men. He believes
the vote of tbe Hills oountry will double
at the coming election When question
ed about the political situation he was
dumb ss an oyster
Lsdtes* white a colored gauss vasts, 20
cente, at J. W. Davison's
Challaal Just come
line of 5-oent challss. They wl
you all. Fast colon.
SCOTT k bHKHlDAN.
REAL ESTATE.
Bu«iae8« Property
Im'
Midence Property
Flags! Flags! Flags!
Of t&tffces, sty lee and prtcee, from the smallest to the la»giet»
•O. A. R" flags, "Memorium" tlags, etc. Api»rofriate for the day.
Bannera
.flL JL Ik sa^BiMi tanners, two «tvle«. (I. A. orsst banners
C. bannstm VtatmH banners of Washington, TincoK Qmt
Oerfleld.
Streamers.
"WeloGHw€taHptie««.'' "Wfioonn' l. A. FL," s4&, ale.
Festooning.
!Red, white and blue together, and all colors a«parate, by tbe
jsrd. Elegant few hanging decorations of all kinds, outside or inside.
.m
Bunting.
Tri-oo1orett, re*f aad white stripe, blue
wida, sold by the yard.
Fish Poles.
ei
Imported TiiriMiii bamlxio, 18 and 20 faa*—the bant pole In
•. Akn,jalniadiK•
bamlxio, 18 and 20
poles from 2'» cente up.
Fish Lines.
Of all sixes, to eotton, linen and silk. All
toftM^jardtEoUsr.
Fish Hooks,
H\sh hooks of every size, from the smallest to the largeet, fl^
cdudieg spoon hooks of all kinds. Bobs, sinkers, floats, etc.
Prop
Acre
to
Nelaon. The
-if
Block Property,
proipwfty.
l^fWe have aisc some very cboiee bar
gTtfns its Fane Lands.
Monty
lam at Low Rate* of l*t»f09L
CBRTXK 8TKKIT. MAIUsoli, DAiL
l«wyK4-riesKJtv sae
Mrs. Harvey Stone,
Confectionery, Fruits, Ac.
M*i\K AVKNUH
Llt'KRl.
Ward & Vreelaod
City Livery,
•I
El Bfl£LL B*aii BAKN
a
win anrpnse
Clark A McKin-
BKAL K»TATIt.
i'J". i'Z i. i»i-i
15
Etsa
H. WOOD,
—ssaub is-
DRUGS MEDICINES
flMt ST A TtOHERY,
Plash Goods, Album*, Fine ToUst ttoeps
Brasher, Comtrfi, Toys, Fancy Uodds,
Paints, li Is. YsrnUhes, ('s)somins.
Wall Paper, and a full line of
Patent Medicines.
CHOICE PERFUMERIES.
Prescrlplloea carefully cosapoundsd day
or nurht.
BO AN AVENUX, MADISON, DAKOTA
I'tBNlTIRK.
A. B. OLMORE,
THE lH)PLLAlt
Furailure Dealer!
Ol K NEW HTlH K Of
Parlor Suits and F»ncy
Chairs
Is just fine you ought to see theai. The
price Oh my How cheap that is what
sells these ^roods'
«ir\»RAL MKHlHAMDIMiL
JOHNSON. OLSON
& CO.,
ra«iMdUMirI%a
Spring Stock General
Merchandise. i
An elaborate display of DKK8S
0(X)DS, including w innat iaali#
ionable fnbriea.
A complete
and
Block.
ACS.
Delivered ts my part of
tfefl
MITCHELL.
Ji.
FOli DECORATION JDAY
OFFERS:
every
IN ALL THEBE LINKS W1 ARE-
POBITIVELY THE ONLY HEADaUARTERS
-AT-
Jk cordial invitation Is extended yon to call o* «a Dccoration Day.
W
fresh stock of
OROCBE1E8. In
Usld
reUowB'
Fiumc Skits.
Jewelry.
imiOM BLOOK,
Hammocks.
y
and ft vies, nt all pdM*» Ami 18
Croquet.
Four, six and eight ball croquet. Parlor croquet, Profeeeiooal
faaSPraak.
complete stock in the city. Prices positively on
Watches! Wat cheat
Ladiee* and (rente' gold and silver watches, in every grade and
at
price. Larg«*t aseortment in the city. Lowest prices in ths
state By joining our Watch Club No. now forming, the rare op
portunitv in afforded of securing a lady's or gents' gold watch of tbe
te«t makes, guaranteed for twenty yearn, for the smali sum of |UX),
Call for particulars.
Chains and Charms.
An elegant iinc just received from a New York factory
newest noveitnw l»e«t prices that can nanietL
Rings-Bracelets.
Everything from a plain land to a genuine diamond in finger
the latest notions in lieautiful bracelet* Lowest prices for
^laasgiMMie- no miinrpprescntfltion allowed.
Ladies Brooches.
A line assortment of the latest designs, for all
iow and costumes.
Gold-Headed Canes.
For presentation or otherwise, the only complete assortment
in tbe city. Engraving at an hour's notice and free of charge.
TOHE.
BANMIIii, (eLLKCTieNi, «te.
W. F. SMITH, PrealdsM. M. W. DALT, Vlos-PrssfcN®!, J. A. TBOW, OaahlOT
Gitizer|s
Capital $50,000, Surplus $10,000.
MADISON DAKOTA
A General Banking Business
Will remit money to any part of the Old World, and asll tickets to and
principal European ports on any of the landing littss of stssmhosts
Qrtp and Mnnictpal Bonds bought sod sold.
fffiloago. Chase Iftitloiutf SHHIr( ffivfirt
Minnehaha National Bank, Bioux Falls.
CHAH KENNKDV, Pres. K. H. CLAPP, Vioe Pies.
Wm. F. KENNEDY, Hec'y & Tnma. 1. Z* JONES, Aas't Bec'y 4 Treaa.
Northwestern Loan and Banking Co.
Madison, South Dakota.
A(JENKRAL BANKING BUSINESS
Mak»*« n «|MH-ialty of first mortgage and real estate lonna. Bay
•wnirijml, cxunty and Ri hool bondH aim other securities.
CORRESPONDENT!.
Philadelphia Finance Co., Philadelphia, Peon.,
K at ion ai Bank of Illinms, Chicago, HI.
flioux hnils National Hank, Bioux Falls,
8. D.
Till IKK 1 A1.IMKM. K(e
Trunks!
"WW
".t
:a
Transacted.
Collections maris and promptly
OOBRBSPONDENTB:
TKAN8ACTED.
Trunks!
If yoo are thinking of a Trunk or Vslisej
aad only ears to pot a little money la
one, coino and see ourt. A vow Invoice
JOHN DRISOOLLB.
mutvm AM* IBWBLBV.
SMITH & COOK,
ists and «Jewe]grs.'
Oils and Wail Patier. Fine GoUl ami SUver iCatelwa mad
Watch an
affhunf"
Watch and (Mot-k Repairing
promptly
oner
Miss
|Mf#r*s.
•0.4V ••MRUS frof

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