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Skwz Fa Ik «.U«jmU'h, 2U: The rapvbli
ana oouoty convention to be held on
Tvasday pnaiwee to be a hveiy affair
A tefrtalative and oounty ticket is to tie
ariacted, well aa thirty-sir delegate#
to the state oon v en lion HjM»ak«»r \'oung
«p ail hopes ul gammif a
iinali'tn ir» the convention, th* forty
»ven debates selected at the priinartae
evening being sohd to a iuau against
Y«mng is an out and out Mellette
bjk1 it is poasthle that the jn
eaation oa Tueaday will go again*! Gov
MaUette.
T»l»l*4 tlw tMratarsl.
Washington duipat«-h, 10: Seoatur
ffcody thin evening offered an ameml
mant to the sundry civil bill appropri
ating for (continuing thw ar
Iwian irrigation work under the agri
ooltural departaawat The amendment
waa talkad, but without debate, on
•Bikw at Powell's friends, who had
baan cut off from the vast theoretical
irrigation scheme. The senate bail
been in continuous session since 1S
o'ek*'k, and all were anxious U g«t
through with tlx* hill, the consid«)ratkiU
of which had lasted into the evening.
The misuae of the irrigation appropn
under the geological survey had
many senaUir* fee) that they
ki had enough irrigation for a while,
ul they readily voted to table the
Qdment. (uld the matter liave
baen isniered. senators fnwi Uie
Dakota* and states further smith would
iMnre la*«l some facts ttefore the senate
that might have brought about a differ
ant result. Senator Moody was ready
with an argument and Henator Casey
h»1 armie fact#» to present which have
aat bew. regnrdmg irrigation by
tlH nr!«sian sy«t*«tn in the Dakota*.
TWre its a hope that at. a latar day in
the aeasion an independent hill may he
Elk Point (Courier: Soaaa people sr«
gqpporttag Huron for the permanwit
a^stai im»um it t« more acc«mnbi^ at
jpnaent than l^arre. Tliat was the pn
pat thing ti do lart year in adTficating
th» mptUi
PAPER tins very ground. lint th« location of
'IC»2 t*«M i" "'ua*f i*eat *ruv^«*art«nt is on
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Mellette^
Th« citizens Sioux City (vrt
preparations to royally «ntertian the
Sonth Dakota editors their arrival
at city fron the Black HiHl Aa»
Report* from townahip caucusea, anil
tte work of the city caucuaaa laal ew
niag, lmlu at*4 that W. F. Baoith will fcx*
fully endorael for state traeaeurer by
tiHiiorrv» crmvMitints
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Bepreaentative »t#ortl tbiflll A*
of Cbambertoin are not ver
Krat^ul. Mr. (iifford haritiir aacureti
tor that town cm# of the prepc**! Indian
whoola, he thinks it ta gon# mt'k on
to brin* ^*pt !/n««uisft earni
for
coij#:rww
i
Him.
The imhcatMJoa are that tte Bepub^
Um court house will be a hAnuonious
gathering- The city t«ucue«e laet ©ve^
nii^ went so dreadfuliy harmonious that
Ifaey w«re really tame. Th*. uuicus
all don»» by aot^mmatiOtt.
m:
1U:
The folio*'
|g| Bouth Dakota it«u is the (lehcieccy
bill: To pay (ieorjfe Mathewe fuil fwr
tlM unexpired term of the Fifty ttret
oonirreiMk. for which he wae elect^i at
defatfst* from the territory of Dakota,
from November 1J®9, to March 1, l&fi,
$BjB79.~V. This w because Mr. Mathews
WM legislated out of by the admis-
i V.nr^ MaittMirtsd hhoux 1-aiis on Kanoiaoci he had Lm Walariwo
La%
and buud far• th* fnlniM.
ua put
our ntate nttiilni n# tr tl*» n»tgfraphtt!i«i
(MN»t«r »utj bniW up HToand it. Th»
tbe prof.r thiti^r to ik, uxl we
*ny doabi whotufer, but th« p»«»pie
MUTVOt
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t'trrj.
Yankton Press, I®: Geo. A.Johi^tftn.
mayor of Mitchell, and A. O, Ringsrud.
secretary of state, were in Yankton last
night, and were seen for a few minutes
by a Press and Dakotaa repreaentative
To Mr. Johnaton the raprrter pro
poumled the following: "Well, Mr
Johnnton, have you formally anaouaoed
y«»ur candidacy, and are you going to
gtivernor?"
To which the gentleman from Devi
son county modestly responded, "Yes,
sir, I have announced myself as a can*11
date for the republioan nomination, and
expect to stay in the ring until August
Tt, As to the latter part of your quee
(ion. I can answer that better altar tht
convention.
am in the field at the deal re of the
republicans of Davison county, who are
with me almost to a man, aa well aa at
the solicitation of a large number of my
friends all over the state, Mid I am in
with the intention of getting thaca. I
consider my ehancee aa tirst rata.
"Colonel Foster is not a candidate,
state this advisedly, aa I have talked
with a number of his supporters, who
can speak for him. Colonel Poeter is a
gtxxi, abb man, and would havf made a
strong candidate, and if electadi awuld
have been a splendid governor.
*No, Mitchell haa no candidate for
oongress. unless you aatt «*m«idar J. A.
Wakefield such. He is a Huron man,
but lately moved to MitohaU. At least,
there is not a single man oa the Davison
oounty delegation who would vote for
him if that one vote would nominate
him. Re*. Mr Wiard, one of the dele
gatee who vouaaa the sentiments of the
w hole ie4agatM*4 laaaartmd aa muoh the
itler day.
"It certainly doaa look aa though
Charlie McCoy is oat of tha raoa, at
leaat sinoa the Browa ooanty oooven
tlOOu
"Tlie p«v-,p!p of mtr aertiop. and, in
deed, throughout the state, eo far as I
know, are favorable to the idea of giving
tt'l' teetjmfallrri
-to
UI
WASH VOUB MCt
s
,-f
the statu will bi that wry thing thi» f»ti,
by voting far Pi»rw» for th« permaimit
I
Yankton oounty a oongreaamaa. John
Gamble has lota of friends all ovwr the
mphh
will get there.
"I am not inclined to believe that the
equal suffrage amendment will lie
carried. They will have it all their own
way in a faw localities, bat tha majority
of sentiment is against woman suffrage.
'•The Black Hills delegate ns mill
come into the convention umnsiructed
for governor, and I have every raaaon to
Uulievtt they will support ma.
am glad to aee that tha young re
publicans of this oounty have organized.
It will l»e a good thing for the state and
themselves. I hope to see some of them
at the Mitchell oonventiori."
Mr. Kingarud, of course ia a candidate
for renoiiiination, and Ihsrafnra tha re
i»orter did not talk to him vhry much.
He said, however:
"John K. Gamble will make a strong
man on the congressional ticket- He
will get solid support from Union coun
ty, nut the foaling the state -at larga
vary favorable to him.
"I do not think tha aqaal «uffragista
will carry their amendm«nt this fall.
The idea that the feeling on this que#
tion can be gnaged to some extent by
the vote on prohilxttou doaa not hold,
at leaat in Mouth Dakota, la the ftrat
place, there are a large number of anti
prohibition republicans who are firm in
their stand againat tha proposition
Secondly, tha great body of 8 an«iioa
vians of the state, who, almost to a man,
voted last year for prohibition, are op
posed to equal suffrage. Indeed, it is at
variance with their rahgioun tenets
Th*»r* w no doubt in my mind, that with
the Urge number of republican* who
»P(X*P
equal suffrage the democrats,
who may be counted aa a practical unit
in their opposition to it and tha solid
adverse vote of the Boandinaviaaa, the
amendment will have a vary poor chance
tbia fail.1'
«t assail
Om
Milbaak iiershl Advanew
of
iiieei® leaders was a former citizen of
(irant oounty and is jieraonaliy known
to must of the |aople of this oounty. and
th* |uastton naturally ariaes, is he the
kind of n man you would wish to place
at th* head of your private business in
terests, or is he likely to prove more
faithful in public matters requiring in
tegrity of character and hone^y of pur
fxm
Mitchell Mail, IT lianksr Bailey of
ttonx Fails, the Napoleon of Dakota
finances, the youngest bank president of
the United States and ex treasurer of
the territory of Dakota, and an erst
while rabid republican, was eandulate
for state treasurer in the independent
wjrjvention at Aberdtseti, but lika the
u£t
I
t'mmilMtot.
ft ti not neH»s*arv ft»r ttm wor to
know it but It is, a fact, n «rthe •»*.
that most wom^n are bat slighti iid
dict«d to hubUual face wa*hing, *h
the New York World. Th«**e deli' *te
flrtuoei ladies ftnd that the wash rag
doeti not agree with their oontplexton,
and «f the yrofrain from using it. Tli«m
Is n-ason for this asernioa, however,
la
UM
oare of thoroughbred hor-sos
water is used with great economy
Maud b.. quaen of the turf, ha* iier
mouth washed out and her fact tvnd
ankles bathod In warm witter twice a
day hut not a drop of nature s tar
'A allowed to touch her bnitutifui fore
head. naek or shonlderai.
The anti-face washers art daath on
nAiSHfiifc They take hot drink), ntart
a copious perspiration which by a pro
ww of fluahing. clcitns the skin and
ftlmulates the action of the oil glands.
Then they use soft ragm, rub the facc
with the (rain of tha skin, and is thai
way gat a face-washing worthf of the
name.
Nine months of the year the skin
wants feeding. If glycerine. In dilu
tion, is not irritating, there is nothing
better for a face bath, a lotion or a
beautitier. It is food and clothing to
a poor complexion.
Cold cream Is good, too, hut the
trouble is to get a wholaaoaw^ualtty.
Much of the grease sold under that
name is rancid stuff that makes the
ikin worse than before lining it, Kvery
twxly uses jHiwUer nowaday!!, and wine
jort of oily suLmUiaee should be used
to remove i*.
For the onoe a weak laoa WMh there
is nothing twlter than benzoin. Half
fill a tumbler or tooth cup with cool
water, into which drop half a tea
spoonful of tincture of benxoia.
With this milk wash vour Case and
it wilt astonish you to find out the
a stent of the mask ynu have bean
wearing. it is just as well not to let
thin whitewash, or any other prepara
tion get into tha eyes, and it i* ttlso
advisable not to use the beoaota of las
er than once a week.
A few drops in tne watar mad for
the toilet will have the same oleauning
effect a* borax or ammonia, and will
also impart a clean, ralrmhing odor to
the skla but uaed ia axcess all these
accessories tend to debilitate the
health of the skin. Wlhen the face is
washed in a gla*s of virgin^ milk it is
just well W uu&ka thv ahlutioti be
fore retiring.
Every womaa haa har owa idaa
about soap. AH are more or leas par
tial to tha extensive and highly per
fumed caxea. This error is to he de
plored. for, excepting the whitehead
and arsaaio wvightad oosmatics. war
ranted k. transform the, *4gly wrinkles
of a witch into the dimpled beauty of
a onus, there ir nothing on %h§ toilet
tahlaso Aaatruetiva as parfunad aaa
m# VNItSPt *Vn 6x-g"rlsetCe, who
was the first Ksirof»aan u practice
medicine in the Turkish harem#, was
as skilled as most of her contempora
ries. The woman's career i» mure ro
mantic then most fiction. Her lover
n Paris was a medicat student aha
devoured his text books with more
avidity than he did her novels. Hho
[MUMHMI a brilliant examination at
twenty-six mad went ta Cairo to
practice her patient* were soon atlHfr
berod by the hundreds, but the ex
cesses into which she plunged result
ed ia her incarceration in a lunatic
asylum. Mhe then sought a new career
in Cochin China, and at once won ad
miration of the French inhabitants*
So speedily did her skill &» a sur
geon make har famous that she In
a short time became physician to tha
fxnirt, and w»# to have operated on
the queen-mother of An nam for cata
ract. The day before she was to
have relieved tha old queen, who had
been blind for years, the wonderfully
beautiful and skillful l)r Kibart died
probably from early tilewwes. Fbe
drank hard la her youth and had
run the gamut of Parisian and Orient
al Mmlfanoa.
A «M»
Tfcs Maves mt
id Isffss womea and gi^lt
to market most unwUddly milk
great wooden keg* shaped likechura»,
well hooptid and having leather
stretched over the top to prevent
waste. They arc borne on the hack,
being held in place with straps or
robes, much as a knap-sack would he
carried. The fish market girl# seem
to have an easier time. Kar lees
Cumbersome are their ncaly burdens,
and it is said that great activity of
tongue and gesticulation prevails
among them. Their cos turn- is «e
dark blue pottk-oat and jacket, a
kind of Scotch bonnet drawn qvw
the head, from beneath which s ja«aty
little whit« cap uay be seen, and
about the ueek aJa««e haadkerahtef
is well rolhA"
*.
tSfcJsJr',
if all tn aCTOMTw Vrnmtk
Hnittn Huron its, li»: N«aaty two
wrelra ago the little fourteen months okl
boy of Mr. and
Mb.
it*
IT 18
1
A certain young lady, while sione
one evening ia her room last weak,
says the Kennebec Journal, w hi
led
away the hours by reading a thrilling
ghost story. Page by page sba be
came interested and the weird hour of
midnight was passing. Needless to
say she wa* nervous. What young
woman is there that, sitting en
thralled by an exciting ghost story at
midnight and alone, wouldn't oeada
soend to become agitated at the
proper moment9 Strange coin ideaoa,
but at thin moment an eminently raa
pectabb banjo that hod long iwjB in
t' e room had one string that couldn't
stand the strain longer, so just as the
hour hand was midwuy between the
hours 1 and 1 broke, with a sharp re
port. People living four blockK away
who were awakened by a female
shriek that night are sending in ttieir
condolences to the
of the ghost story.
J. H. Gardner of
this city b«tran to have frequent spasms
of coughiug. As tliey continued in
*«verity, phytdcians were called in and
remedip* applied, but, while the child
seetiiMtl slightly relieved, the trouble
txmtmued. One phvsictnn gave the
opinion that the child had bronchitis,
and treatment was applied to agree with
this diagnosis. Another, after examina
tion, affirmed there was some foreign
body in the right lung that while he
MW no way in which he could cure the
hild, he assured the parents that
though the coughing spaams would con
tuiue, nature wonld in time throw off
the subwtanoe, whatever it waa. On
Friday of Uiis week, in one of it* spasms
of coughing, the little fellow threw up
a common fourpenny cut shingle nail
which he had carried in his right lung
for twelve days. It is supposed that in
playing
with the nail, putting it, child
like iuto his mouth, the little chap uud
denly sucked it down, and it finally
found
way, by force of coughing and
breathing* to the lung where it became
encysted with the substance which
nature always use* to prevent irritation
in such eases, and that as soon aa sutti
ciently coated to admit of
it,
it was ex­
pelled. The child's escape seems truly
a miraculous one, and Mr. and Mrs.
Gardner's friends rejoice with them that
)IJT lr 1 KIV UFC SFRVFTD Jo IHEQI
Ramiilat .T»ck»l-« atjrt*.
And now Indian are to ha e *wmok
in# jackete." whether t,.ey indulge ia
tne usa of tha fiagrunt weod or not.
These smoking jacKats will be ax
tr«.mwly natty, and consist of short,
jaunty undercoats, and he worn with
fancy silk skirls, spotted or embroid
ered. The jackets will IJ« turned
hack with revetn of silk moire, soft
royale or rlbb«*d silk, and make up a
«ery piquant costume lor summer rtv
«irU. entitling the wearer to accom
pany the hoys when they go on the
veranda for a put! between waltz and
landers.
ABDWABK.
OO TO-
McGallister Bros.'
The New Prooesa
A
,.-f -v.
_nd exa-
WONDER OF
PERFECTION.
A
•wiphta HM «t Hw «»J INt
Hardware and Build
ers' Materials.
gy Tin Bhop in connection with Store.
riaiiTia^
A. B. OLMORE,
THE 1H»PCLAH
Furniture Dealer!
Of K
SIW BTIM
la just fine -you ought to see them. The
price Oh my How cheap that is what
seUs theae gorxki!
till MKAT MARKHT.
W. N. ROCHE,
City Meat Market.
K««p« wiu»t*r.tljr oa ksod the caotc«st
¥*mh and Cured Meats, Fiah, Fowl
and Game in
XCK
Deliyprpd to »ny
the city.
GO TO
McCcnnick & Hewlett's
,• it 11
wm
c'KucaK^i eo
ORAY BROTHEBA BHOBB.
tNrKKTRl
CHAH
K Of
Parlor Suit* »ud Fancy
Chsirs
li KENNEDY,
WM.
This
and Builder.
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FaAMX SSIITU.
partot
MVTCHKLL.
SeaTH A% MMOKH
UKfOSf BLOC8L
1
A K I E S u a z
Contractor
A
i
CBT H-FICBE SALE I
To *'u foray fill stock of General Merchandise I
i o CI OHI* o u y prownt stock at
RUINATION PRICES-*
Will ooetmtw xne 8iaugbt*«r until every thing
uiiheanl-of bargains in
pr~CLOSE
Remnant Carpets and Rugs, Bry 6oods4
Ladies' Fine Furnishings,
Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Provisions, dec.
BUYERS"®!
)&U\ !tn4 this an opj^ortunity seldom offeref1, ind
should lose no lime In taking advantage of it.
J. I FITZGERALD.
DKl HOOTh A%1 SHOW!, Rtr.
j. McGILllVRAY & CO,
July Clearing Sale!
On Hntimlay, J«ly 12. we shall iimtiffmutt a cWariiig-up aal« ill *11
linw. We denire in th» next thirty duvn to mlucc the wtock the
loweRt poKsible iioiut, the bettor to determine and refrtilate our fall
and wintt«r purcna«e», a* well an to niafce rot»in for the aamr. A de
cltlecT nnlurtion in pru t« will be a markt^d featurv of the tale, and
dry goods buy era will here find genuine bar^aUis. Neither can von
afford to nu#B the opportunity of laying in a nupply ladiea* uncW
we«r, at the lowest prices quoted nut where. Attention is dirrctcl ti»
the very full uHHortmeut in our Shoe departnient. We aim to «ati.4fv
our cuatomerb by fuir treatment, Htjuare dealing, goods warranted a«
repiraentad ererv time. Don't fail to give
UK
a caU.
M- J. McGILLIVRAY 6c OO.
•AMailt., tatLKlTIOIB, Kts.
W. jr. SMITH, Prttidaat M. W. DALY, yioe-Presldaot. J. A. TROW, Osabtei
Cilizciis JVqJioiiql Bqqlv
OtpiUl $50,000. Surplus 116,040.
MADISON DAKOTA
A General Banking Business Transacted
remit money to sn part of Hie Old World, and sell tickets to aa^
principal European |»orts on any of the leading linos of steamboat*.
Piwa.
F.
KENNEDY.
Hei-*v
A UEXKttAL
A
HAS Kim
camtf
Oollectioas mada and praaptlv rMattM|^
OOEHEBFONDENTH:
First Katloaal Bank, Chtcago. Chase National
Minnehaha National Bank. Sioux Falla.
1
National Hank, Kioux Falls, 8. 0»
fill CLOTNIItl
WILL IT PAY
V
"t
sT.
'ML'll
EL HCLAPP, Vice ?rea
J.L JONE& Asa't Bac'v 4 Treaa.
Northwestern Loan and Banking Co.
Madison, Bouth Dakota.
BL 81NE88 TMAJMLTE
Makes a vpecialty of first mortgage and real estate loi— Bay
mryri^tl,
wdschool bonds and other Mr.ujritiftfli.
CORRESPONDEKm
Philadelphia Finance Co., Philadelphia,
National Bank of Illinois, Chicago. 111.
Sioux
FUIIH
the title of one of the late John B. Ooogh'A moat popti#
!ar Tectnrea. We merely revert to it to bring to your notice the fact
that it will pay you to inspect oar stock of summer coats and vests*
Y
ou'll have
money in pocket, peace of mind, and perfect comfort*
For the local forecast fur Madison, until September
are selling theae goodn away down
•RI A*11 JTKWK1.BV
SMITH ft COOK,
Druggists and Jewelers
-IIJtAUit-Aiiifciin /O*
Mats, Oihi and WaU Papet. Fine Gold and Silnr Watehes ail
Jewelry
.COMMERCIAL HOUSE,
15th,
Watch and Clock Ibspairiog promptly
and niH.hanically executed.
MAir Avmmw
is red hoi,
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