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1,7 ^ny,"t"' DAILY LEJlDBR. i .MM1K. norm I»\M1Y*. Kni«*». soi ,!AY KVK. hi/i *L Tlw- .•! nr.f.ruiiO, "iWtl Hll«»ak»iflu.ii i', JU« I**- l#si W l«^l»«s^} &*£••• "i** twin *®i»* %«*t Dt-fmrto. An»v», !*ri- 1:18 a. •ri* M. *:T. «:fio A. H. tsfco r. m. ft:(w i "rflfi v. «f. JX'J t«,r U»lS R»*sS ,,r .,v »«.!!.t» math, *I»4 tw»ui«rw»i« ui vi^Mmooeke! w»r »n jxvltiu north, MAlU*OK MB k, irr»tti|t noftb irrtv*tf froi® tM Wflfe. .9kM» THE* CITY. I*KRHOXAli ITKNI «r nne returned to day. ie (How, the base bnllkA, di|itl^ e Mat t-day. 'radburv'a mother iWl Hi*. arrived to-day. IV kard at Waotw«*ll •iniws in Madiaoo to~day. Opperud and Ed OriMfW *rsby Iks iaeommg Ml ei»t. Ault of CoolriiUre, Kansas, ar tii the east yesterday on a vMl «ter, Mm. J. M. Preston. U Burbaek and daughters «r iay from Portage, Wis. Mr* a sister of Mrs. C. SL Flaoe. mr druga arid cigars d? Ed Hi&S. old oat* for sale for oAsh. J. W. Daviwbp. i.ooai. »m vrru» ritture, 80 decrees, I be a maetiag of tl» to. Worfcifitbs Bailey, who hss been suffering litHctilties for several yearn. _h111 totally blind in one eye. Muutai akiow laat everiii^ wm ]i attended, and the audiem« |i»ht«d with Ute acting uf the hh K»™*W. mt** i «)t iaoeoiiy f«W rt niogar'n farm north of Went mm i»eii i»r»|ar©.l by a iaxider iw txx-upiee a pdeiUon in the w at Ed HimVi dn« •torn ourMJsdty interested in the South erdenonnaHtkmal Aaaambly e«t«d U meet at the court hooaa day evening of this week, at 8 this meeting He v. Hu^er will explain the plans and ot the aaaembly, after whM^t juuition will oiHupleteii. I). Traveller, preaidini older of «rtown district, will comiuct the arterly uiwUug ot thin confer ir at the M. £. ehureh next S^ uid Kabljath. Frtflfwu»»ae: A e elder, Haturday evening at llowed by quarterly confer mw Feast at 9.30. Pre«jhing at Sermon in the evening at 8 followed by the Lord's fcUjp|#w. OYKft AXP eoaXBim. m«* News, 18: Mr. and Mra. A. ullinter, ot Mailiaon, visited In »r night la«t ut^ht, the guests of moek ami family. Mra. MoCall i itu^er of Mr. ihinock'a, ni Advatuje, 18: Kev. and Mis. ited Madison to day At I »lUurrow visited MiwIimiA) Attorney McKeon apjiear veiung in bis first caaa.. Mra. h.au and her nephew Tnniaty u«l Modisun Thursday. Ruoord, 18: TTut n.\mt ZhougtilttOK ntt partly overcomas oar di« oent at not meeting with the octation at Madieon, aa watt mi, that there it* a future and rytfcns enjoy that pktaaure at maeting at that august Haraid, 18: A party of iat to Ijake Madiano, Hator id enjoyed a pleasant time i the ahores of that Ijeautiful were Mr. and Mia. F. T. family, Mr. Albert Hart Harriet and Lwttits Mm W. Mra. O. £. Bowman, Miae and Miss Ida WilUanaa. ed Tuewlay eveuiag. s i ipatch, 19: The Parker bane x*ivwi a perfect ovation wIm-u :»t from their trip to Miuliaou if. They wiw three straight i puiae of 8101). They were t, the depot by men, women, ,-a, and brass bands and baa ^t all sorte of inm-riptioim. and :tmgh th»i mam street in tfrt»at Mn iison had four hirad for the ohampionship of a the Madiaon professionals, in* are Messrs. Dibley, Tyler, oji. Williama, Tylar, Croaa, Kl«e, f.a'. i.rop. John Cotton, fciarl it iad Qaude Jtmea want along itii' arry hutile th® Ixxnlie.. for the Parkwr nine! In the mu* played at Madison on Thura *«rkar loys got away with the •'immpion** by a score of 5 2 This proves that the Parker *vt» ifood leather is their makeup re not akeereii at pnifeasKmal .« •. v uniform* wmnmmj amrm*u their A Jaw Fins'f. Letcher Blade: F. A. Leavitt, one of tba nominees for congreaa, is anothar "organlaser" who has ba«i drawing a good salary from the alliance wklla booming himself for office. He is "farmer,"" awording to his neighbors ha* been so busy hunting ofllw that, though he owns 4W aeree of laud in Lincoln oottnty. which was blesaed with i.1 -x crop last year, ha did his aotwa Ihraahing in half a day A r«»-m»TOKIC C1A1ACT1*. -„IMH Ali,rl*at. tar riret U«VWMf ml All tke lait eta*. Cbjui. E. Flandrau in 8t Paul Globe, 19: The stat* of Minnesota is so young thnt one would suppoae that every Ixxly within its liorders w«s familiar with its history, but I venture the assertion that what I am about to relate is unknown to a large proportion of its people. When the act of congress was passed in 1857 authorizing th« territory of Minnesota to form a state constitution and apply for admission into th«» union the Ixmnd ariee of the territory extended on the west to the Mi»*ourt river, and the «tat»* wan U» lie formed out of that part of the territ/»ry lying east of the Ked liiver of the North, laaving all of the country wer,t A the Una, as we might say, 'Vint in the cold," or without any government. The situation wan eoon appreciated by a few old settlers and a eoBij»any was organized, called, if I remember correct ly, tlie "Minn»m»ta and Dakota Iniprovc lut nt company." We immediately in vaded the territory west of the state line and laid out the towns of Sioux Falls, Flandrau and Medary, intending to have a new territory or^nnued by congress, with iSioui Falls as the capital Flaiidrau Hti the site of thw university wid Medary the location of the iKMiitentiary. that being the limit of the I nit«u States patronage to a new terriUwy. We built a gootl hotel at Sioui Falla, started a new^pa|ier called the Dakota Democrat and elected a delegate to congress Alpiieus Fuller who want U Washing ton, but, 1 am compelled to say. did not meet with the ttame suooees as did (J*»n. Sibley when we sent him down as ieii^at*^ from WuK*»n«iu after the ad tnu»ou of that state in 1*48. Ho was admitted, but Fuller was not. The ad minion of Mtnneaota was ileferred until May 11, 1858, on account of a contested election which was pending in the house between Valandingham and Lew Cam}. 1hH, of Ohio, the republicans fearing thai if we w«re admitted our raprownt atives would vote for Valandin^ham (they being democrat*), and Ijeaides this dehiv, it became apparent that no new territories would be organised during the administration of Mr. Buchanan, who was then president. We became impatient and decided to form a "state out of the union,'" aud we did eo. We held a constitutional eotu ention, elected |f\ernor and state offlc**r«, and also n iegiHlature. The governor was Ham Albright, an old editor tf Bt. Paul, and the then editor of the Dakota Democrat. The legislature met in Hionx Kalis and I nasaed a full code of laws, which was X|lv bound in calf, but congress was obkinate, and as we were not rebels ex. oept in word*,a»d it was ratl»er expensive Ui maintain all the paraphernalia of state government, and aaaescuents were not }*id with much promptness,the whole th "tig was abondoned. The land was "seripped" with Sioux half breed scrip, but not patented, so we took it up* and the whole state outfit left, discomfit ed and insolvent, and came home. The fact that Sioux Fall* is the best town in North, ur fcfcmLh »ELta tt duy telia tiu» tale of the sagacity of the original locators, and the town of Flandrau holds it* own with the best of them. 1 met to-day a man in Bt. Paul whom at first sight 1 did not know. I had not seen him for thirty years. He turn ed outfco be Gov. Batnuel Albright, the first governor of all the Dakotas. He is in supberb condition and looks young and frisky as the writer has the r&puta tion of being. 1 took him to the club to (toe the portrait of his old friend. Joe Iiolette, fad he at once exclaimed- "Dear oh I Joe! He takes me back nearly forty yeara." Abertleen, eta, and i i, are all volunteers. er New Era, 10: The Parker ft for Madison Wednesday morn- We hooe Uke bfi^ys will be abfo ImWxS. oh, 30: "Tlie Allen iUrwek aa Philaiilphia dispatch, line steamer, Hiljerniaa, arrived here yesterday from (ihisgow after a trip of ten duyn, during which she had a narrow eeuape from being dashed U pieces on the side of s huge iceberg. Ob July 8 the vessel ran iuto a fog and the sjawd was reduced U ftv@ knots an hour. But for this precaution the vessel would have been loat. The lierg was sighted just be fore 8 o'clock in the evening and at a die tanoe of about fifty yard*. The engine* were reversed and the man at tlie w'heel »ucoe*Hhd in ahghtly ehangusg the course of the vessel so that the berg was struck at a slant. The iron plates grated along the sides erf the huge pile and tho vessel careened until her rails touched the water. There was great excitement among the fifty passengers on board. One j«t«m i: cr, woman, vm thrown from a high bunk and slightly injured Hie lierg appeared to be about fifty f«ct above the water and was very long. After the collision the Hibernian remained h»»' e to till Saturday, ail the while being envel optwl in a thick fog. During this time the passengers suffered intensely from e,4tl. They paid many viaits to the en* gui«—rooai, NwhiA mm Mw place oii th# ihijc e rt'- ».--*ii:j,«i.«'-'fc' V-"T««C *. v*' -*v j. .^ 5 %l ,j Were Wei* lMt fhreaitaiv Fverrtktav ranee* atf Karsseei •u«l) The ctty caucuses to 4wt delegates to the county convention were heJd last evening, the First ward at the court hooiK*. the Stxxind at the city hall, and the Third at II. N. Luc*»'s feed store. The First ward caucus was -ailed to order by N. H. Downs, chairman of the caucus committee, and on motion Mr. Downs presided over the caucus as chairman. A. H. Voder acted as secre tary. Delegates to the county 0|n vention were elected as follows: A. Johnson, H. J. I'atterson, A. "M. McCalhster, H. W. Ketcham, Ned Hill. The Kec»nd ward caucus WHS called to order by J. F. Ktwhl. On motion, F. Mease was elected chairman and J. F. Btahl secretary. The following delegates to the county convention were chosen by acclammation: A. E. Clough, Chas. B. l(«OB6C^f Q. J. Porter, V. H. Waddea, F. N. Palmer. The Third ward caucus was called to order by C. A. I5erg»fn*ser. E. W. Dyer WRH chosen chairman and C. A. Berg streser secretary. Follow io^ ie the dele gation elected to reprassnt Mmi ward in the county conventioa: Win. Whitmore, J. R. Parkin, CJ. A. Bergsireesr, E P. Mutiler, li, S. Sto®e man. A oaucus commklec consiatingof Win. Wiiitmors, £. P. Mueller tad 0. A. H( rgstressr was anointed to All nt caiscy. Hit- caucuses were very quiet and orderly, and not fully attended. The delegations were elected by acciaui mm ion in each of the three warda. The Wentw« rth tov»iship oaucus wn» held last evening, and the following deienrntes to represaat the township wete elected. P. Klumpuer, J. El Ktott, H. Baton. Thecouuty oji.vcution will be lieW at tlie court house to morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. biKeaavtf tsHssslsakc. Boston Heruki: Bunstrolu" is one the afflictionh to which humantiy is liable in summer duriog the hottest of the westher. Heat and moisture together xeem to lie the conditions moat favorable to iU o-currente, for moisture in warm air prevents the radiation of heat from the body, and thermal fever, or sunstroke, as it is called, is probably an overheating of the blood, producii chemical or termative changes in which are inimical to health aud even life. When, therefore,during t'io heate term one who has been exposed to tln» sun's heated rays in a humid atmqa phere begins to suffer from headache, gi ldineeB, nausea and disturbance of atghU accompanied with groat prostra tion of the physical forass, sca^roks la proliably imminent. Thoee who suffer from apoplexy ff»* quently become unconscious at the otu Th&lieartandbreathing wp|iara.tilii not markedly disturbed and the pupil may be normal, but unconciousness deepens aud the case runs on to a fatal termination. An artery has been broken in the brain, and the jioused out blood pressing on the nerve oentero brings about the fatal event. A treatment cal culated to draw blood from the brain to the extrtsmitiea, hot foot baths, bleedings, etc., promises lu be the must ueelul in such uaaea. The thermic lavar patient is uncon scious and convulsed, and his body tem perature may be 101 Fahrenheit— that is abaut 10 dag. above normal. The akin of this patient feela as though it would burn your hand when laid there on In this ease the thought and prompt application of cold is needed. Ice to the head and oold water to the body geu'.»rally will be in order. Medical mivtoe and ameisetanoe should be promply had in either of the two oases, last referred to. Complete re covery from sunstroke is rare, the brain being permanently crippled or affected. K«-hmICUCC i|, a cold climate, it is said, affords most hojie for such patients. AttarkeSi by a Bat. Nssr Turk dispatch, 20: The 2-ucnflis old child of Mrs. Frederick Sonenberg, who lives on the second floor of the tens' meat house No. @0 East Fifty-ninth street, was severely bitten on the head and arm by a large rat shortly before daylight yesterday morning. The child wuh asleep in the bed with Mr* Son en berK at the time and she was awakened by it* cries of pain. She was horrUied to See a huge rat with its teeth fastened in the child's head. Hie latter was writhing with pain. Mrs. Bonenbeiff screamed, but the nit paid no attention to her and still held the child's scalp in its tee Ui. She struck the rat and befor* it relt iiMiMi its hold she was compelled to repeat th* blow, it then twrned andr i A of If such a one i« wise, he will, when the symptoms abov«§gtven manifest them selvea, immedistely seek a cool place and make use of some ui pie rcsto:ative, such as aromatic ammonia, etc., and he may a vend further bat if he persists with his business he will doubtlsss soon become very UI, which illness usually takes the form of heat exhaustion, heat apoplexy or genuine sunstroke, the thermic fever of some writers. Those who are exhausted by the heat have a coo}, moist skiu, rapid, weak pulse and respiratiou movement and the pupil of the eye is dilated. In fact, the symptoms are those of oollajsN». These patients will probably recover promptly, an event which may be hastened by the use of a tonic and restorative treatment ni«ktr.g an angry *naj. Mrs. Sonen berg's hand, leaped off the bad and dis ap|MNnrel in the hole. Two cute about an inch apart were diwmered on the left side of the child's head just above the ear. Another wound of little eonee qucnee was also found on the child's fat little wrist, which had evidently been received in an attempt to beat of ita tormentor. 1 he child'h wounds were, drsaasd at a hospital The v. Istin Mniia Many of the citizens Lake county remember the veae*abl« He v. John llc*r who formerly h#ld Ilpirtcopji" service in different portions of lit. county. In a'letter to Bishop Hare, published in the Church News, Itev Morris says: "You will perceivw by the heading of this note that ws have returned to the (,'uited States. Wa are only at the above (Visalia) fur a few days, and we expect to move on to Ontralia, Wash ington, (state) next week, nnd think that that town will be our rcHiden«e for a little time. My health ih about as usual, no improvement in nty breathing, and age more and more enfeebles ma. "I have been trying to help the Church in Hawaii. There ware in reai deocs, round about our home there, about eighteen communicants, some of whom arc from the Church ia America. I have succeeded in getting them to gether and having them orgamxtKl so tliut regular monthly serviees are now held atMakaroaa. Th^ Lord Bishop ot Honolulu has appointed the Kev. Mr, liitcat to the charge. I could not coo duct services. Recently the Bishops made a viaitatioo and baptized four per sons and confirmed two, on which oc casion, Judge C. t'opp, oue of the con firmed, piesunted a valuable property as a church site and hooie, aud it is probable that a church will be built very soon. Will yon very dear Father in Ood, please address me as at On tralia, Washington, some of the mem hers of my family are in residenoe there. Always remembering you and your enormous work in our daily pray ers, and ever affectionately and grata fully yours, I reaaaw, Johh Morkim." RAKftllti. i:Ul.LMTIlVM, Mte. PltCk PrssMMt. W. A. Nutir. I*. H. it sans, Vk*»'r.-«fdset. CsMilsr. F1KHT Capital mil Ssrptus, $61,000. A flKNEHAlr BANKINO BU8I- XESS TRANSACTED •Mi Mm IS. HprMmtty. 0TA eesBaetieic4ls6i«reweUttU| waplffywl to gUid to eolt«*tlon« ki mrreaadlaa eosatr^ tar*Moasr tesasd sa «ssl capiuttKts. n Co i ii KSPO J* oaimi: Choskal NaH«ni»i B«»lt, NwwYork. IHrat N» t(««ft) Smk, ijic»c»i, sionx Falls Jfatton&i B*nk, SUmix Seutli PAkat* KI KIITI RE Kte TIM LANNON. Mew and Elegant Dsagns tb FURNITURE Flu Bsiieon ant Ckasbir Suites. LATS8T DB81UNM 111 PLUSfl QOODH Baadaoma Line of Baby Oantagaa. Expresa Wagana. Agent for the Singer Hewing Machmw ('•SeriateIm* AMiii4e4 Bletkee. mr, A i Mkwrt J^^wa AT*. SCOTT & SHERIDAN. REAL |lSTATE. Bttalnese Property Residence Pro Block Pwrpe' Acre Property. f^W^lMmsiwMtnevwry choice bar gains in Farm Land**. Ssaey to tow at low fiat«a nf intmmt, VB1HTMM. oTUKKT. MAUlMiH, imtva. C. HfwOOD, —&M|Km i* DRUtJS $ MEDICINES FIHl STA f'OftFRY, (Hush Goods, Atbuoie, Ftue loilet Hoe pa brushes, OomlM, Toys, Faacy Goods, ..Paints, Oils, V»n:lskes, C'sIsubim,^ Wall Psp'r W":«»Juli Patent liediemes CHOICE PERFUMERIES. Prsscriptkias csn'f^ly compouaded day or aiaht BOAK AVtWtTK. MAl'ISOS. DAKOTA I. IV* ft* Ward &. Vreelaad, City ~|Livery, mhwmem* With lowest prices THAT HOOK STORE WALL PAPEfi OmWIHB. *^cket No. 2.H held by V. W^UWu, Enq., raktar of for Luke county, captured the Ladies' goki watch. Ticket No. 11. heli! by A. F. Olover, Rati., contractor %uiUW, of tiiin city, aeenred fortiifti gcnllenuiir tib* be«ntifal SIvor-mounted water sen-ice. Hotel number of tickete out on wall |»i|*»r, 778l Our Pure Mixed Paint doss kot rAUK •ixed paint* do. We can tell you why, and give you aatonishinff prices «at. whe" «*«tt a| THE BOOK STORE. RS Af. KSTATK. Millions of $ $ $ In It I i If UUD jB0P8 A i o o s o n y o s a o n o n a e a («roiit Hmiiifior Resort, at Th-it':- \vh-\t SUE BAKE D. H. Jt'E ('NK \M nerved duv or veiling. ssas iiAllliCS FINF KM. CLARK &McKINN0N •TlTDICATl cm Moil ati0 tne Mid with a year's wear as other FOR MADISON SURE! IN LAKE COUNTY B00M11C! $ Bome great big bargain* to be had in Farms. Now ia the tin* to aacare turgaiiiB »i Eeal Eatate. Money sure to iamkb akorl ttM Oome to the County of Laket Ami make yourself a Htakn, Hfins wt' iilwnvH have enougli 100 encli I briru~ at tiff. A. W. HOLDRiOGE, Real Estate Dealer, Office: First dM»r north of Lake Park Hotel, Madison, Lakboo. ^odth Dakota ItOflSK »nOKI««.. *5r-n9a" P. K. MATLOCK- City Shoeing Shop* WKMT MAtN MTUiCMT Btaihons and Trottlaf and diseased feet cured. HAHKKV l\H.rTIOM!HV, KU KiLROY, Bocasa a apaoialty. PMly Lunch Ton filer, I Ire mini 1 'arlo%. I I (onrectlonery. Proprietor. HAKKKV. lOXI'W Tia^KHY, Kir. jrfjr' -*~wp3 fFlhTKK & HWEENKY, Bakers, Fruiterers and Confectioner* ltakers of the Celebrated CREAM BREAK ix^ooac» IN DEEDS. NOT WORDS, WK GLOKT ,, .A treat to connoisseurs^Tnderwear: Ladies'Jer Our Umbrellas and Par-: 0 Kim Kkl Olovea. sey ribbed Ijiale thread aaoto rank foramoal faata—l«s. to latfe. tntbe stata. Lla nioa line in bla k. Ev- v I ery pair warrantad. |... .Great Bargaiaa. The Days of Humbugs are Gone By I SfcoMy good* have no value. Hi^h prices are tbe «f way busmeaa tiu'ihe. What uuh ninet*«enth o«Jtury demands is a wjuare uinand-ilown Straightforward Honest Business! best grade by skilled labor. All of which we offer. You fitetl to iiiH]iect whether wishing to buy or not. giKhly rto» •l) !1n«n «b«*r ksndkvrvUtef*, 1kj*u» #*»1 »& «sttsordtssfH|r low prict- WiadMr T1m of goods ksiru mor cuunag. that ].adl««, fomi' ad Mr«oar bvixilltal Onrllut of Uaoe Cartslss la pre*! vnrlrly 1« very el«toor»t«. sad ws Ml I.I.I \K1» tl.l. Kir BILLIARD HALL] HUBS, JOHN nr ejutt sjn mi Hardware! Garland Cooiing and Heating Stoves, ("i linden Burh Wire, Iron Pump, 1 emu bt built ara cordially ill We apeciai drU«a la 0«au' UatlarwMur «a! a emm l»l«t«- lln« of iiiaU' si «X«*Mlli»«ir low ftcarM also, Wholesal* •ad Eetail Cigar Store. prrpri'-r-- HARIMV4KK UIAKKAL HtKJt*'MA® KUNOERT & UOHNSON FITZGERALD, OLSON CO., Have rsoeiTad thsir Maw Spring Stock Ghenaral Merchandise. Mm tiafomfe dispUj of DRESS K)I8, meludiikg the mast imk» luiiftbie fabrics. 1 complete id fresh stock af |jb Odd Falla wa' :-^||PJPR JFW 1 II *11 11» 11 v" 'M '••A -V 1 1 W5'