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MADISON, M»I"TH VK'MW
TUESDAY EVE., JULY 29. 18W.
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el
R#f«UtfM mate I fBTMrtlia
h«- republican* of S»u«h l»»koU w» I®
cuivrntioir in ilfSrll.
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t.w
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tHiant
Wakafteld »nnounoea
are here eeeking work of any
Other portion® of South
mmilarly
McPhemn oowaty
COruixi^r very
fiwui City Journal, 28:
gjfesurd and
4#
Jowa, fur
Superior fovea
Keent d. Ther^ i«
Mnd independent
Tiiu»
ia
He object
Servers,
Jf ital interest,
the
i/jit4«m«
whon farmer*,
puH^ will wi «j»eci!it"
there will
I) »t tk*
Zt*. boun W tt!« *Tlh l«y of Air
folh»w»:0"•
candidal®*
(«f two
repr«HrtU*ti»S»
In f4»|p®»»
sail
SttdWIc
This
tnU.
Han ben.
"•ptnk
Tunm
r»i«
I WihWtt..,
ortrr
Dftted at
j:
o u i
of
tb«
iiw£.
WBBitWe
#,1ri M»v K, tXM'
V-'HARLKS A. MrOOT.ChalnMM.
•111. t! Srxauft.,
timmtMry
Thm V» »tertown (!oun«r Nw* hw
into (h« haads at itofeiMSB
Gluttoc.
3Hon. G. H.
Hoffman of Walworth
candidate for lien
gnvomor-
Hioui Falls
Pre*,
27:
the
8»uth Dakota citi«a
Sioux Fall* with
popniatiou
with :i JU0. beating Aberdeen by
•d Huron
by
1W,
1,100 and Mitchell 2^00.
fBianarck
*«Uawui farmers from
4fey, They
ea
of
eaat of
12,000 haa
flMua
Dakota
affected by the heat, but in
the
total
oropa
failure.
are reporuxl
Thia
fL)y
w*gion haa \wmn
viaited by raina, what little fell
recently and
•e good-
doing little
Eureka
and
ia
£qm1
example, they
tfcxu* and at
%«r of
or
ia
|be border
a small town
Dear
the nearest shipping
for farnaere ef
Kninions
Dakota.
prepoeteroua muendo
§good
JQk
deal that is aaid of the farn er.
is implied
therein
into
politics—as if he
«%i
poliUoa'
tat# the
have
Majority, oertamiy
llM a single county
«ithar great political p«trty,
•anvention, in
fere,
a great
of the
ptrty and
republican
proijabiy of
the
democratic
party. They oan absolutely control the
partis* They have controlled both
parties u a greater or leas extent. They
MW dominate at the caucuses,
in
or might not have had, a decisive
Majority.
And the farmers have been
lm pohtaoa.
They have
'Mlvss
ko
the pohmes
tnre
Oceaauma ariee
p"1*™""i
proteeting ae
a
Hrim,
claaw.
the
they want reownly
m!l
in
kirera, demagoKtiee or •elf
Mld^n. «»d
to
be guarded,or a
the
IS ef t»wy
j. r. staRl,
may
•co(Mi)|iliah ^(kmI r«*ulta. When thc«e
M)eaHi*o«
ynoranoe for which
vil
indetinite,
nor will the farmer* have to
tht» aid
eeeking
agita­
tors to tell them what to do. Whenever
the
farmers have
a
jfenuioe
ptirprjee
•h ageinet
and obvious that
be no doubt about it either
among themselves or
all other
(JflVinAt WAHBIIMTt*.
Tippler
l*JMS.
MTtrii coon11 wUl bm tBUtlw to tk*
i*( r«prw»«nUUou
©S*«iT
I«lef*te«
Ccmnlr
I HlUhlHOB
Whieia*
Tipple r,
Washington di*pnt h, 25 There ia
more habitual drunkenness here than in
any city on the continent, awl less drunk
•nnne
statement
parative
is
youth to
bar-rooms are running
at high pressure all
reserve force
day Sunday, and far
Monday morning. Ae soon as this
fact percolates his brain be orders out
his
and
dealers. First, of course, all the bar
roomn are notified that they will be
under scrutiny and.
oonsequentlv,
of them are in operation, nobody
convinced of the error of his ways,
cease*
tu
law and turn his back upon thou
sand of thirsty
eitiasens
pocketbooks
morrow
U»e
Miaamn.
more people
any other three cities combined.
Yeokton XMXMM
next with 'l.TOH,
Pierrf
capital
and WaUrtewn ahow*
wi&
The total pop-
of the stat#
ia put at
3uO,OQ()
di«{»«U't»,
to
caa
upon
it
2ti: A
number
of
Eureka are
their crop* were
all dried
personal pride in their own standing
before this
community
man has
his
ex-cabinet minisUir
oounty,
drive for a
There is
an
about
that he is about to
had not been
Why, the farmers const!
overwhelming majority of all
political parties
ir»
the west. Here
in
the
oonven
the polls. It
is
"tthg it too strong to
a oentory
hardly put
say
that h» a
in
Iowa
Here
ooiivention
ami
no state
which the farmers did not
which have been
by national,
state and
lauai government.
It is a sorry canca
which those draw of
the
the
victim of
and intelligence. All
,0Uch characterization
ia
sheer
meult
Hie farmer and he should be foremost
no more intelligent
lass than the farmers.
demonatrated by the failure of
•lultitudmous political attempts to gull
#iem.
On aeoount
%sr as a
of demagogues aad time
and the most elaborate and
plausible deoeits have ba«9 spread
ground
them.
But in
$HBee (InrnagogK* effort# have had
.gfr auooesH with
#thsff
j|his
is
the very fact,
that as they are
^fce fittujoritv of the great
#an oomtsml to
is likewtet* obtrusive
farmes-a,
^ihAirmn* a point of
lieeo impi^nt
in
they would sucneed no bat-
eves if it were
|hem
posetbie
into a class
party
^beoit .tel tiuptjesibl# on
]eaiji.
-jjiiffervnt section*
and often
Every gentle
inclined to drink to excess are diligent
1\ steering' towards their home, until
the lvk and key of a handsome front
door screens them, instead of the latticed
iron doors of a police
station house. An
half hour, to be akme and
converse on an
important
fore the courts of this district. Any
intimation that he (the
ster) had been drinking too much would
have been resented.
But
he was flatter
ed
with
a
request for
sober
door of
everybody shields
of
for them
drunkard
expressed them
is
the "way down"
are tost
mere
American
firmer who depict him as a blind, tgno
afent, helpless imbecile,
mai,,before
hie own
home. He probably
reali/ed this morning what
done for him, but he didnt appreciate it
last night This is sort
of
statement, but
plain one aide of
th^re has
not
everybody in the
matter of drinking. Government clerks
take each other home,
and
seldom
napitol, praying for the
to
Columbia
els and
to
dueed ma
of their great num-
class they have base the favor-
to five
I explained how almost
tions
lis
pity. Pity
the long run
Mtiali
farmars than
which
is
4P1 intelligent farmers,
Daadwooti
with
any
claaa. Doubtless the reason for
ntunwKi
obvious to
He discovered he
partiea they
tbeir enda whenerwr a
Hilk
is really involved And
inference
that
with a majority over
numbers, have
existing
poIitMml or-
difficulty
But that
fn
^hx'Ti'.u ha*« conflicting
at
eaactment
of prohibition laws to oover the District
of
Looking over these bush
tons of papers, which
my readers an outline
idea of the condition of
valueless
are They
journeyed
are not exclusively
Anheueer liuatth ixmipany is
over
seventy w
•iemaad
lias
to group
ably
an
tKe* aame
mtereMa
orgaaiivation is
v
or con
CKHHiftioioi as to their interests
smi^r
wise and proflt
for many purpoase —scMnetiaies for
a k.
while an army of clerks i* neoesaitaU*!
bv
eo«rn»nis
Art xles of
news may be
not be vague and
of professional farmer
txxi of Mr,
interest to
to be advanced,
the folicy
of
eristio^
orgMni/^liona, that interest or
political
that
pur
and
walohas
keep his eyes open, and the
loons are going it again. 1
ed that to-morrow
mail* constantly arriving.
the
niHjjnitude
uiferi
-d from
that Mr. Treber
weekly.
hence
the weekly
tfifM* bottles
oJ
the resnlt of
observation for many year*, from com
b&ldheadneaa Hun
day drinking, bovever.isoothedecrease,
and to morrow
it will
hibited.
be abaolutely pro
Every
ooce in a while the
superintendent of police rube his eyes,
looks about him, and discovers that
tain
hightoned
every
census
se^-en days.
Ttee S»w Apperttms
Washington
dispatck,
operated
the liquor
will beoome a
none
is
arrested, and the superintendent being
than
the
was
with
to assume a virtue
Mf
thirst.
For more than
maiie
it
that this entire mountain i» moving
slowly hut steadily down the river, as
If
friends, and they who seem
it had a
deliberate purpose
time In
ments here
was overdoing the
stimulating act last evening at a tirst
«Umk
hotel, when a elderly gentleman
•ailed him aside
and
requested
aboote,
men ever came
aiuling
topic now
ex-cabinet
legal oouneel and
accepted the invitation with alacrity and
prule. When the drive ended the ex
cabinet minister was permitted to
alight,
a
comparatively
mountain.
be
Ia
its forward and
ment the foreets
mini
river.
the shape of a
Klsnar
come
from
every section of the republic, to-day
in
aOaua
bought from a farmer
here
The petitions are so much wwrte paper.
Agrin and again,
in
theee
Columns,
have
peti­
are read, placed on
•b.1 forgotten by
lile,
aLwgrtm Tie tru%
'tis, 'tis
trua.
•tglB#erasdsisa.
imes, Jtdin Treber
yeatentay
St
from
Louw,
the
1
a haaty visit at
meeessiated
in
obtaining beer
by great difficulty
and more
fully, on arrival at 8t Louie, that the
inoucvenienoed
On the oontrar, other kjcalstes are more
grievously afthcted Although
tl»e
beer
is
in the lack of material,sot
kegs
and bottba. The Arm reports
eoormut*
any p*ruianent
for the reason
that turmmrm
of
increase of business since
the supreme court «le«m bouth
Dakota. Iowa,
Kanaae and other
tiou localities, which, v»itii
mcr«a*e everywhere, taxes the
Two telegraph
prohibi
the natural
capacity
of the gre^t establishment to its utmost
operators are
employed transacting
continuously
J,
The
consumption, through
the 1 rebet agency,
increasing the liquid hulk materially,
and this
is further increased by
merit®
to
Sff: "A
taken impreeeion *m*ou* to prwrail, ac
oordmg to newspaper interviews I have
read." said Congressman
committee,
Fifty third aad not the Fifty-aeoood
congress. The apportionment legiala
tion
is
always
imaeted
union
of the
busi
the statement
reoetvea
four
oar-loads
A car load consist*of 800d**n.
February 1, 1881,
on the
election
const it utioi,
am inform
is
the
day of
watch
fulness, and the saloons will all be closed
and hermetically sealed. It is simply
wonderful how a
saloonist
to
their open
when occasion requires him
if
he hath
not.
Pennsylvania
thronged with law abiding citizens seek
tng
in vain for soma plaoe where they
can violate the law.
Hie
waquenched
II
year
past
our
there have
been abeolutely no drunken men
may appear, almost every
ill the
a personal pnde
held
vember, 1882, for representatives
IHKi H»
the next
take
A
To
avenue will be
entire national
seen
principal streets. Strange as
citisen
in
who are not entirely lost
wm
she-ep.
amouutn
2,•WTO
iiottlea.
dowm.or
A very
filled with keg
large por
Tretier's
standing orders is
and
No
then
elected whoee terms tmga March 4.
apportionment
act
law during the short
ass-
sion of this congress to operate on the
election to be held
Novemlier,
representatives whoee terms begin
Marc}.. 4. 181*51
This in awjortlant-e
with the provision of article 1, section 'i.
of
whici.
years,
reads
"The actual enumeration shall
made within three year* after the
in
such
by
be
first
meeting of congreseof the t'ntted States
and within every subsequent term of
ten
maaaer
liw direct
U{n»n
as they eh all
this the apoortkmmant is made.
te \mt apportioBinent
Inasnuich
oan obey the
as the
effect March 4, 1H8&
the present one cannot be made
sflset before Maroh
MOVING
i. 'hmi feet above the water.
That
It
takes
the capital and thoee
to shame,
thaught which would be likely
gest Itself to
take
tag it, yet
to take
4. tlftKt
MOUNTAIN.
Ktw
travel lag mousula is fonad at
11M Cascades o fthe aluablm. says th«
Aatorlaa. It la a tripple-peaked mass
ol dark hrewa basali, six or ht
miles in length where It fmt. the
river and rt**»s u a height of almost
some
the future to dam the Colum­
bia and form a great lake from the
Cascades u the Dalies. The Indian
traditions indicated
immease
move­
long before white
to Oregon aad
out of place. At certain point#
of
(ieoiogists
a "give away"
it
is
a fact, and will ex­
Waahtngton
life to the
reader, as be has never known it
before.
this softer
dt«
their
work
the next day. Consequently,
although this
is
a drinking town a
Keen, unlees he
be
of
classes of people who
to isspagfhilttf aad
prosperity.
There are
lops
petitions
people fllad
of
signed by fM)OOtJ0O
in
the
oommittee
the
early settlers, immigrant# many
of
them from New England gave the
above
described
him to
mountainous ridga
aame of -traveling mountain,"
tto*
ar
dawnward move­
atony the base of the
ridge have been submerged
Large
tree stump* caa be seea
standing deep
in the water on
tfcit
shore. The railway engineers aad
the trackmen
find that
the
line
mountain is continually
of tlM
rai I road which skirts the foot of
the
roadbed and rails has been pushed
eight or ten feat out
Of
a
a
few
friend
lias la
yoars
had
oourae
attrihirta
tiii
phenomenon to the
constantly
strange
fa^thal
tl»s
basalt
which constitues the hulk of the moun
tain, rests on a substratum ef conglo
merate or of soft sandstone, which the
deep swift ettrreet migkt rivar

wearing away, or that
subrock
is of itaalf yielding,
at graat depth* t« the enormous
aa^ht pf the
aarder
A TWOMOUTHID 1ULU
Om for Sattes aa4 tiM
frsak
ition
First avenue, in
la
one. Wheti is
the other goes
wall, *nd
it
is
him chew his
Another curious
shipping
loatls
at
ilaily,
the
only partially tilled. The
affected
Chicagt) nictrimoctal
twenty
started
Frank, of the
Mas
to the time the
new apportionment of the represents
tivas
in
effect.
congress when made will take
It beooBMB
operative for the
during the short
iions of congress,
and operates
then next ensuing election
act went into
eer
okL
eight
This is his sixth matrimonial
venture. Two of his
ami thna
barrel eer. therein
!Vaal
on
effe(?t
next March 4. 1813,
the
The first
March 4, 1803, the
anl
so on. The last
apportionment law was that introduced
by the Hon H. H.
Cox,
their sod bouse. The scream* of
little
ooe
tor)
late, as the
1892, for
& o
juat
douhie- hull,
says the New York Jlews
The animal
«a* rac«iv«4 by M*-
along with a
let
Wee
county a few days ago.
The
formation The
superfluous mouth is located directly
below
natural oaa It
sf
received their Hw
Spring Stock General
Merchandise.
An elaborate display of DKK88
QOODS,
in
the
ionable
including the most fash­
fabric!.
A complete pad iraah itooh of
GROCERIES.
Block.
th*
being
for. «d
*T*"#4
V*S
ihxough
u
journal in which
he maerte«( a personal notice, to which
she replied. McDowell ia a well to-do
fanner thirty-eight years
She
ia
McDowell has TfVi acrri
of wheat aad 360 heed erf
oattle
wives have died
left htm.
HUM %r
ship
other dealers or agents.
sOsw.
Brrsnt
?*ost, 18: A
The
Black Hills conaume an equivalent
erf
In Odd Fellewp*
riTKMITIRK.
OLMORi^
B.
THE
Furniture Dealer!
OUK PBW STOCK bP
Psrter
of tutors talfp mMto-
at Eisner's slaughter-house,
Forty-fixth street and
room*
gaftx
fine—you
others h«
tehee
bull has two
ter*
separate and
dis
tinct mouths, and both are used for
the purpoee for which mouths were
created. The one ia lis rightful place
is normal in
It*
hi perfectly
formed, save that its teetti took I
they had
been u***d
au4
into the
grown
eavitv
wherovsr
they happened
to strike, a&d art: not strong enough
for the proper mastication of food,
The
upper mouth
for eating,
in quantities ordered.
low®!,
the animal u*ae
white bo drinks will)
thtt
in operatioa
through the
motions a#
uuriput
fight to watch
oud
villi
working
both
in
unision
mouths
malformation
the animal exhibits
fore shoulder
piotion
tion he has attracted.
ought to see them. The
price Oh my How cheap that is what
sails these goods!
KKAL
HpSTATM.
SCOTT & SHERIDAH,
REAL ESTATE.
Bueinese Property
se
Pr
Residence Property,
Prow
i u y,
Block
Acre Property,
aome very chmoe bar
faine in Farm Landa.
tfaaaf
la toon at Lew
ffatss a/
CftRTXk mill KADiaOH, DAK.
•CK.
ICE
delivered to
which
is
i* dM^iaaed,
i^eing far down on #*r.
the city.
that his nigh
the oint
ieg.
ing him a queer
thus giv­
when he
walks The buli is in the e*
treme aad
seetuf
to
Mj«r
*fce
i 4Mb*
9 Huiumuj ju, rf. i y
Bell
ftoes
of 1'jttetj irg, arrived her#
U tiay »nd was marned to Samuel
Mcltowell
businass
by wira,
of New Ruckford.
of
thani had
aae
Neitheir
th« other bofois to-day
make room for
awl
and
mom ff Wt.
rows near Krwin oame to hia death
HW-
in
a
shocking manner last Saturday morn
ing He was leading a cow
aad had the
rope tied around his body.
The
oo*
and ran, dragging the boy over
the ground for about twenty
rode.
A
little brother who saw the accident ran
to
the house and called his father who
hastened to
the boy's relief. But he
died immediately, only
breathing once
after his father reached
him. It is sup
posed he was injured internally, as no
serious braises were found
am the
Mwake Mta
dispatch,
'17: Last waak
little Norwegian girl living at
Boots and
Will
find
body.
a
Riegstadk
on the river, while playing about tha
house was bitten by a rattlesnake which
lay coiled up
in
a crevice in the side of
tha
aoon attracted the parents' at­
tention and they were horrified to
ftnd
the snake had bitten her. The child
was brought to Bangor for
medical aid
but
deadly
Sunday
poison had
entered her system. She died in
agony
oo
HARDWAIK.
GO TfV-—
McCallister Bros.'
Hardware Store and examine
The New Process
Vapor Stove.
rr i» A W0MMit 0#
PERFECTION.
A
is la asotlon is the last
oofhla
*o
sug­
the mlmi of
Mm of
Hf^Tin
any one
it is
a
pass
well
established
fact
On
Saturday,
lowest
drj*
the very
Heavy aad
BhaH
Hardware and Build
ers'
Materials
Shop in connection with Store.
OLSON
(UKIKKAL XKB( HANOIMK,
JOHNSON,
Tirat Natioaal Bank,
A
and
Jtaey
Chairs
Is
part
iny
of
MITCHELL.
as
crrv HKAT MAORinr.
W. N.
City
rochi
Meat
Market
Wmk Md Cured Meats, Fiahf^Pofrl
and Gama in aeaaoa.
*5#%.^. .4 •••.*'*** "SI i «•,»'• », 4 i—.
i
.. .. -»l
my fall
»i j4ffiyLu3t.J^^hVf HJ
nkx k
of
eluded to close oat my
150,000*
Gm^rd M^rrhaiudifle, I hare
present
will continue the slaughter until everything
unheard-of
stock
•^RUINATION PRICES**
Remnant Carpels and Rugs, fry tbod:
Ladies' Fine Furnishings,
Shoes,
this
Groceries, Provisions]
i^-CLOSE BUYERS
opportunity
an
should
no
lose
time in
tufting
J. J. FITZGERALD
•by uooimi. taara AI» nmpm, wm.
M. J. McGILLIVRAY & CO.,
July Clearing Sale
July
12, We
jK*wible
gtxids
afford
to
shall
linea. We l«sire in the next thirty
txintt
inaugurate
the
and win tor purcnaaett, aa well aa
cided reduction in price* will be a marked feature of
buyerH will
here find genuine
min« the opportunity
wear at the lowest pricas
quoted
full assortment
our cuatonierH by fair treatment, wjuare
repieaentod every time. Don't fail
M- J.
W. SMITH,
Capital
MADISON DAKQT.
A General Banking Business Iran
W01 remit money to any part of the Old World, and sell tickets to an
principal European ports on any of the leading hnea of steamboat*
timr a*d Maatsmai Umtim him^lil and sold.
Chicago.
3
eo«|
«l
ia
A
nold 1 aih
b%rx«in« in
offered,it»of
Keldom
advantage
clearin^-np sale
days
bettor to determine and
to
anvwhere Attention
McGILLIVRAY
BAlKiiti,
President
OI.I.IC( Ti «»N
W. DALY, Vice-Presidem. J.
Citizeqs ]NTqtiorl^
n
to reduce
tb«» stock
toj
regulate
make
room
out
for the same,
the aal«
itar^ainH.
of laying
Neither
c"
in a supply of
ladle*'
dii
our Bhw department. We aim
dealing, goodn war
to
give
tia
a call
4e OO,
JL,
Surplus
TROW,
$16,000.
Collections mwla aad pw|ily i—lli
OOBEESPONDENTB-
Chase National
Minnehaha Natioaal Bank. Sioux Falls.
C'HAB. B. KKNNKDY, Pres. E. H. OLAPP, Vkss
Wm. KENNEDY, Kec'y A Tvoaa. t. L. JONES, Asa't Sec'y k Tteua
Northwestern Loan and Banking
Madison, South Dakota.
GENERAL BAMtlBNJ HI HINKSH TkAN8A€TI
Makna a specialty of first mortgage and real aetata lo«na
•"Ttyii frrr*(T Wllif °"kywxl boftda and othar
CORRESPONBENTO.
Philadelphi* Finance Co., Philadelphia, Fwih,
Kationai Bank of Illinois, Chicago, 111.
Sioux Falls National Bank, Sioux Fall*, B» D.
viSR ex^rraiiu,
WILL IT PA
Y
Thia waa the title of one of the late John B. dough's mo«4
lar lecture®. We merely revert to it to bring to your notice ti
that it will pay you to inspect our stock of summer coate and n
You'll have money in pen ket, peace of mind, aad perfect con
For the local foroeaat for Madison, until September 15th, ia red
w* are selling the«e goods away down now. :f
AMD JPRWRbllV
SMITH & CQOK, .1^
Druggists and Jewels
ufeiAOQlTii..,,*.^ r»K I
Paints, Oils and Wall Papeor. Fine Gold and Silver Watch#
Jgwelry. Watch and Clock Repsirina promptly ik
mid mechanically exeoutou. i |f
COMMERCIAL HOUSE.
•*.
New 1
aoAn
ONE DOLLAR PER
P. HAAQUAJIT, P&OPRI1T

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