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MADISON. NOT TII •grwaH, By mail, mtfei*« «y •tali. 1 month# Umlly. by c»irri«r, Aura Ba*4* DAKOTA WBDNEB1M1 EYJU AtXJUST 6,1880. TBIEM* or BUMCMIITIOK. Tl» ADVKKTiSBR* I Dau.1 L»au»* »)»«:I*' feature Of —Mm ronn-rniag *«»aa uii9 (^goflrcM of the ell» of K *4ii#ow 1|ay«kUrM III4 tfc« «ta»» at lanr*. •otttltBR to the patroiia#* ®f •4*ertl»«T« of e*«ry elM» K. 8TAHL, Proprietor. MU(« MTtattOk flfe of Wouih DaltoiA will M«t ti l-noi'tlllI'll! lb I Wil I" Ij 8 u, »l Itli o»«r« boa**. ob Wr«iDe»rt»), U»«? -iih d» of Au «•*!. l*», »t 8 o'clock V TO for U* I'urpo#*- BMclsg i«. o»»l»*utM3 c»ad4rt*te*wif«ii**»' HFor i»« iBSeeCIMB Tmt governor P*r HcuMsttit fowwor fmt met*tarj wi i*U. F«f tr«MnlfW •uilitor.^ For •Hornby f»t iswirtawad^stWT'w't'fliiiwww •or («aiMHi(»sr' of tchnoli and public lun T1i« M««r ,mt KM will b« anHUad to the fol W«lt( r«*pr»#*nl»Mon 4 *-T,% B*u« ........ ........ t'aaaoMi. flwi ,„..... D««CStM Coflni v Hntcbii Hyd. i rrauiii KtiiK»ht||f. 14 l,*kr 17 ..Ml .. .. 8 .. .. .. .. ST* LtorftiN LitlCltl*: Mc ook.. MvPhcrMi i»r»(i» I Niue? ..H 14 ..... 4 .... ::::t .18 18 Cbar«M Mix *n»* 9+t ....... I)#*#'l. a UtdM fM9*ar. Paatk ...... 8ntt S ts i"cuiui4Ml I'olU'r KjitM-rti-. Inuitx-ni, .. Ipiol ttan'rv ......... ijioiir ....II .... .... 4 ....» 1 .... ....» ....U .... 4 ....11 .10 .. 4 Turnn I'nioti JIB.... IS W»iw«Mfc....... 7 l'anktoii Tot*. 7 Bt ort»r f. I» *»J tte eooiskHasa,* 0S^*M AB*4eea, 1SS0. K HAR! Bs A MrvOY, HTBRt.£M.. Secretary Tbe Brown county de««ration fully d«citted to mipport H. C. OBlnmhtn for ron^rvm. Ita» A three *'w*kR ounnai in»U|at« IB i* in—nwi Bt Mitoh*ll with ftfty-two UwehatB prcMQt. Th« instruction are Prof. U A Sunn, Suihm-U Bd"»t sod Mm A (^iarkn Pierre dwp^iciH 4: Dr. Butcher, Fort Pierre dru«*«t, coovictwl tmm of ceiling liquor ooo* f%ry to IBW, wm to l»y eent«m*d to Mmcsit capt»l. 'M Jk** I 5 %4' surty day* *ii anl u pay tio« of Iibt Lxram, arrested SatunlTy for running ae origriiif*! tack»Ke bo* Pierw. to dey pleatiwi guilty tioed $1'* ami kvm sixty jn j«iL Evans niajniained h« gnv* sway liquor, not MtUuig it. ^"haae are the tlret victaofl* ir. hm |tai» wim Um hibitioa i«v. Dounoeii any other way. Never tli nkw. Taylor mannged to t«o of kb mb hare from Pierre. All other cauRueee in the ootinty were tri*®1' from ten to twelve days' nonet* Th» vote at the caucus as given in your col hih»h was talae, there bein^ over 30*ot«i bin: and at no time 40 for him. b«t the reaulta were intentionally inflated by the tellers and all attempts to gat fair count rafuaad by the chair mac Mr. Taylor will have his hands full to Hanson county. Plcm the Abertteen Republican, 4: We are in thBmidat of a conteat between Piarre and Huron, for the permanent capital of Booth Dakota, and the electors of the state will decide between the rival cities on the tint Tuesday »n November. The (Hands of I*ierre are pleased with the auraightiorward and honorable manner in which people of that enterprising city an oandiicting their campaign and feel ooatident that suooees will crown their aftarta on election day The Hepublioaa aapported Pierre for the temporary capi tel because the best interest of the peo pla of the whole state demanded that tha capital be located at that place, and is proud of the record Pierre made in araetuig a suitable eapitol building and faa hotels, extending tha street car lines mmi doing many other things neoaasary lot the aoeommodations and comfort of tha state officers, members erf the legis lature, and others while at the capital dty A great majority of the electors of the state SUM not owners of property is either of tha rival oiuee and will thtrefor*. oaat their ballots without pptjudtc*, and for the beet intacaats of tlM state of Booth Dakota which maures tlMiaacceas of (1m fBefeewt. i City dispatch, 4: Tha pack«vie houses saacn daatined to be fixture in Kaunas City. Kan. Tti gooi Uulias of lianaas City content pitta* MjofAuig the erilsatle tactics made •MKMorebk* in l«1f», mit the idea has 1MMK aHmudone4. Tkey *w«ot so far as 1mm tha county attomay an epinton w the effect that the house, vart) put4ic ptacas, asd aa aB®h relays of wotowa t»uki ent*r tham and go on ~Th* tmtmtid* of the prop«jewl ,j .wMsader* had an opinion, 2^21. r-i ud« «4, Th»f\ twtKii.'M tiiat the wmm^t wlmmfiMi**1*** Ill MI. ""t J. ilOUlM' li.' li"1 f'Hll/^1 tl I institutions at all, butseoum their ongi nal (Mw^kagee auroee the Kaw withoat the intervention of an iitfent, while those who did patronixe th^ ilaces duln't i*are who knew it or saw Uiem. Thus the plan fell through. The agents are Helling lilerally, according to the pram* court decision, awl keep quite orderly houses with oloeed doors to-day •«Mrv»ltM €ts»s. ChamberUin li*vi,ster. Home and editors too who are not very patriotic Dakotana, call the Hioox Reaenration now open for settlement a "l»arren waate." Now amies W. (tea in fnioo Pratt county, seventy five miles west of here and reports an abundance of rain fall in that section, the prairie a rich trreen and his sod crops growing luxuri antly. Mr Rea will nuUte a tine exhibit of Pratt county products at the st4te fair and Bioux City corn palace this fall. That's what you may call enterprise that will go far to throw the lie in the teetl of UiA "Jwren waste" croakera. M*w Bw«r« a OOB- TW» follow n\g 'imUi riiM» eentout frotn .VkHi'xudrva lo K P- uQtler date of Aogiwt 4: The item mmt Jw from tkm city Friday night laet, in g»rd to the reealt of the city oauciw jHiaded upon facta, but wa^ by L. O. Taylor id order to in ftoenc« other oaocuaee throughout the slAtP Th» facta are, that the call for Ihe caucue vm only printed in Taylor's paper twelve hours before the time eet for the caucua and waa not' publicly an Milwaukee Sentinel Under the new pension law, the requirements to be m*t in making application for a pension art few and aimple. It is not neoesaary U eiiK-age a lawyer or a pension clain agent to make out the application, and officers of G. A. R. pcata akuuld see V it that their members who are an titled under the law to pensions, are not pu to unueceaaary expanaa in getting thani They should further, for the credit of the soldiers, take tha utmoat care to protect the government against unjusi claims. It h— bean suggeeted that every post in Wisconsin should appoint a nommitte to assist those desiring to apply. If a com init tee of, say three mem be re, warv appointed by each poat to make out tli* (a|)en for applicants, or give the neoe sary inatruction, each applicant would be saved at least $10, and the puaaibility fraud wonld le reduced to the mils tmum. If it were a city post the com mittee could designate oue or two eve ngu a week when it would be at post headquarter* to give the naoaaaary a» distance. If a oountry post, one evening n weak would be sufficient for the ootu mittae to maat in a school houae or town hall, to make out and forward ap plioationa the committee would have to with the mem ben of its own port ooly it would be almost impoasibla for n fraudulent claim to get through, as the (M«t would be as watchful as the govern ment officials to prevent unworthy ap piicante from securing pensions. render such assistance would be worth if any post, and it ia to be i»o|ad thai the suggestion will be oarriad out, in thiaatate, at least. la f'astlewood dispatoh, 4: Th« demo cratic convention which waa called by the chairman of the central committee for August 2, was sparsely attended three towns not being represented at all The few members who ware present were well armed with proxiea, some of which had been obtained by driving atfout the country in tha forenoon, Enough of the members were preaent by ii o'clock the afternoon to warrant the chair mar in calling the meeting Uj order After the preluuinhriee were liapoaed of and tlie credentials examined, W Van darvoort aroaa, claim iag that Brantford townsinp was not allowed a fair repre aaotation that it cast more democratic votes last fall than BateUinatownaliip did and that it only had eight delegates to JBsteJlin#'* fourteen. He moved that they adjourn till some future time, and a new apportionment be made After more discussion, wherein the chairman laid the error to the printer, and the printer returned tha compliment, it was decided that harmony must prevail or all would be lost. A division of the house was called for, and the motion was carried by a small majority. A motion wan also carried to adjourn till October H. after which the greater part of the oon venton adjourned U a barn, where they aoon forgot their grievances the enjoy ment of MIXM original packages procured ferte THREE n WaahingUHi dispatoh, 4: The Indian commissioner has decided to allow no more Indians to go with traveling show* to give exhibitions of life an it is seen in the wild west. He tinds that it spoilt the Indian. His mental and moral con dition is not perhaps any the worse for the wear or tear, but the excitement of circus life makes him a total wrack physically. The commissioner to-day had a letter from the superintaodant of mniigration in New York in which it ras said that three of the Ogalallu Siou* had oome back from Europe, winure they had been with the Carver company Two had pulmonary trouble and one the jaundice. Laat weak two or thre* from the Buffalo B'dl show returned ii about the same condition. They ware sent to the r»*Mrvation in South Dako U Tha trouble has been that the white r^n who take these Indians under ract do not give them the goo« reatment the contract calls for, an moreover, they alt give the red man fui Hwing at all the devioaa ci cavilizatkm to which they take theni. XJn*ier tha ooo tracts I Kind* are given to secure the good treatment promiaad and the Indian oommisaioners will proceed under the bond if they can gat good evidence of violation of the contract. VSAft-OLD'S IDEA. I showored upon hi* dtmpMIst#Sk« My kisses by t&« »oov«, Ttioa hugged my d*rHa* A ad Ktoie mb»« twnatf more. Hs did not murmur or oppose. But cttn »:id In ibougbtful ioMNi in' aaked tn|| "Of wbmi *rt" M(*»*•• innde?" **1 eattnot tell jroa. prefkHMoaal' Jastmaks a few yourself Perhae* you then can aaswwr, |M Your query, your tweet self.'f Dp Mm* two ruby, roar lips. Oa neok »nt cherk «.n3 br*iw, He A*D* HUIDC than •'Afc' ean'l you »ii*wer now?" With thoughtful mirn mad vlaitfai stalls He turned hl» ey«»* abov*. T|^»n an id "WhjTi cin'iim* deer. 1 flak, lkaf*re ma4a. Ju«t made at laee." —Ladles' Horn® leurniil. 4- A LOST RING.] •'Sometimsa our loaaea prove our galna A broken ring can be oftended sn* a hat|) marriage may rao*lt from broken enjf^smenL" o said Hob Sawder to hit friend. Phil Duncan. Bu Phil only ahoolr Ma hsadl aadly, and replied Never, lioh, ®avar. Not this oaa. .Not this on*M Aad Bob detectad tears In Phil1* voice If not la Ida eyas. •$ o you broke tha ring, did yoaP Inquired Bob. Y «s, I demanded it of her. I threw it on the ground, and ground It undsr my beel. I called her a deceitful 111 tle minx, and »aid that I waa glad to be rid of her and that it was fortunate that 1 had learned ber true character before I had bound myself to her lor life. Then I turned and cam« away.** 'ione forth in the darkneaa." put in Bob. It seems to mm that you are wasting a deal of emotion if ahe i» as worth less as you say And if you are so (find to be rid of her why the deuce do you sit there with your -yes in the tire and your fingers eiuUi£eu in your hair like a lunatic? Now, when I'm glad over anything 1 whistle and sing and damv, and maybe go aad lake a drink. Won't yonP"' No,'' said Phil. "I hava drained my cup to tha dregs already. I moat now bid you adieu, aa I am going to Boston to pursue my art there and for get the frivolities and deeeltfulne«* of woman in the excitement of a nv ?ie ambitioa." And with that Phil Dttaeaau paint' of marines strode otrt of ftm rooa*. And before friend Bob could think of anything to say to keep hina still in t^d anc haater-by the-Saa, he WBB an his way to the metropolis of New Kng iaao. And neither Manchester-by-tha-Stife nor sweet little Blanche Wlnthrow, who loved him with her dear littts Yankee heart, saw him any mora. Bob was sorry for Phil. Hi kn«ar well enough that he loved little Mim Winthrow. He was also sure that Blanche loved him tun truly a* any MB der and homespun New Ham pain re rlri ever loved anybody. And Ne« lianqp shire girls are not the stoniest' neartad creatures in existence by any means. •Phil ia too touchy," saks Hob to himself "He should hav- given Blanche aa opportunity to ex uipate herself and not take a little overheard goesip dead proof. Let me see now was it? Phil rtood in the garde® And heard Maud Braiser and ^ir talk kig He heard Blanche's nam* meii tioned and stopped like a Paul fry and listened. 'hhe told me 1 1 said om to the other, 'that she didn't care a snap for him, and never intended ready to marry him but only took his rumf flor the sake of getting a ring to wear.1 She wa« out lata last night wMfe fiat a dor, Ned Clifton, rejoined It* ether. That was enough for Phtl Lika an arrow he speeds over to Binoche's house and demands of her mother what time she got in the night before, aad her mother tells him seeing that he is afflicted with a severe ute of jealousy that she did not get in until near morning. Then seeing Blanche out in the road he rushes out and de mands of her whom she waa with the last night. Blanche now couldn't lell. the hadn't kept a memorandum of Bll her visits or callers. Then Phi! de mands the ring and thii episode— (reat Kelsey! That's A small matter to leave a girl for! But som« peefdc lose all »ense when ia love." To think said May Sawyer, )iis sister, who had just coma ia and evi dently had the affair ia her that it was all a put-up job of girk to tease him. We saw him oc ing down the garden path and du down in the bushes and said that, par poaeiy to see what he would du be cause we thought he waa troubled with jealousy.M UB Well, thea, I thiak you hare deae a despicable irlcfc and have wronged Blanche villainously. None th- leas so bt* auae not intended Aau Wf. burly Bob Hawyer strode out of the house aad down to Widow Win throw's an mail as a March har« anc hardly knew whether to be the mo#t angry at hi« sister or at Maud Br&iser to whom he was almost engaged himself, or at Pbll Duncan, acting as he had don* Bob kfept on walking until he walked straight into the Winthrowf' house and there found Blanche leak ing tha very incarnation of ^tspelf toying with thai broktfri ring A strange pang shot through Sawyer's heart as he saw this girl made the victim of such temptihie joke on one hanu and of •u. a fool's rage on the part of ii® who should have been tha gunrdiatt of her feelings, and he said Itwotmi gsrve both Maud and Phil right if I «heuld take her myself Then h»- explained all to u'-n#f. and promised to go aad iad Phil §ad bring him back. 1'hen it was litUe Blaaoha's t«ra. gx* open dignity mm* gai THE LAND OF QOLO. iM'hittd the miiiMt'i Iwn in the wlds W«M, We c*loli lh« radiance of the Land of Gold Tbs dnrrMn* xpifiidon. of Its wealUi untold flash tiri«i|(L our dream*, and waks to *»ituf unreal The soul wtlh Llfe'sdutl wearlaeaa oppresl, Or wrapped la weeds uf surtow fold oa fold Till, with •beer loosing aad despair grown Bold. tun* to the* Land whaee all era Went, Hut the Gold fades, and the ntroug »tars arise Thai look bryo »d Ihe sunset and the nun, They «ee rrnr IHtl(* world h«r»g far below While uver imperial planets,gkw groni ll«»nw they whlapttr. n. won wine." Yea. I'm very deceptive that amy I've often thought myself that I had something to say. and dlacovered after I said it that 1 hadn't." A PLOWS*. How bea'itlful te a Bowerl It is ilki the soul of a ehllfl Set and growing witdl la !-h« »ud»hlne and We fraxrant. so fair, se irtsat Of the spirit's texture tpua (t (ml.'m with tho *»u ilinx sea. Aad it *trp» with t(t« weeptag dag God loves U—and whjr not weT *Tl» a face with a sou) thin*. Tis a thought of the mind Dtviaat TH a hint of Us life to be. --JAMBS Bocuaa. fleee* e# fhe awppoaed 4» est and wisest lawyers of the country have made wills, paaaed away, and the HAid WI'.Ik IAKUWAIR. —ao McCallister Hardware and Build ers' Materials. £jF"Tin Shop ia connection with Btora. BAKWBAIR. KUNDERT & FITZGERALD W •BAVT JUM (Hidden Barb Wire, Iron Punpo, Sporting Goods, lie. iilKBA£ "iineiitTiia'*STi**."" JOHNSON, OLSON &C0^ Mi uHeav«a flslil great Death Bas eossa to make eaa- MS —Loc isa 'A^waa Mociuvoa. Among the facetious paragraphs that go the roundk of the newapapeo ene finds now and then a bit ol genu ine philosophy. •What ware yoe about to raatarkP said one man to another. ••Nothing." •But you looked as if jen had some thing to say." hav«» been broken all to flinders bv h« ir» and other lawyers. An ignorant Missouri farmer wrote his will in four lintM oa a alate. and stood three lawsuits aad ten law'rent -EE to— Bros.' lardwave Btora aad JEWEL Vapor Stoves. tha&r Nev Spring Stock General Merchandise. •m elaborate display ol DRE88 includiikg the mat fash ionable fabrics. A complete and fresh stock of GROCERIES. In Odd Fellows' Block. :ICE Deltvocad partst the city. J.f nTHlELL. HAtrBliTlt nTtni.Ks oi.ATr rnwtrartnr and Rmlrtar MY M-MM SALE !:o worn for My fall stock of General Merchandise, I luded to clone out my preaent stock at »BI RUINATION PRICES^ •ad will eootiniie tbs daughter until everything mM. I w titiheard-of liarguiiwi in Remnant Carpets and Rugs, Dry Goods, Ladies' Fine Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, INCLOSE BUYERS Will find fills an opportunity sphiom offered, mid frhotild Iohp no (imp in taking ttdvuiitttge oflL J. J. HTZGERALDt ueeiw, »«OT* AII M. J. McGILLIVRAY & J. W. F. SMITH, Gitizeqs GBA8. KENNEDY, Piea WM. F. KENNEDY, Bec'y 4 Hardware I Northwestern Loan and Banking Co. j-LUix -Madison, South Dakota. Garland Cooking and Heating Stoves, Makee a saan. mt*. July Clearing Sale! On Saturday, July 12, we shall inatiKuraU* a clearing-up sale in *11 lines. Wf tineire in the next thirty days to reduce the stock to the lowest possible point, the letter to deferinine and regulate oar fall itrui winter purchases. Aa well an to make rmim for the name. A dr culed mluction pricw will be a flinrktnl feature of the ea!e, and dry goods buyers will here find genuine fargi«ti«. Neither can you afford to ruin* the opjxirttinify of laying in a mipplv of Indieft* under wear, at the lowest price#* quoted anywhere. Attention is directed to the very full aasortment in our Shoe department. We aim to aatiafv our customers by fair treatment, stjuare dealing, goods mmniwlni repreeented every time, Ion't fail to give ua a call. M. McGILLIVRAY AIKIX«, (WLLM^TieRN, gte. a. Capital SMi.OOO. Surplus flt^Klfc W^ftlSON DAKOTA A General Banking Business Transacted WUl remit money to any part of tha Old World, and aell tickets to aad principal European porta on any of the leading lines of steaatboaie. Oftjr aed Maniapal Boeda boefht a»d sold specialty of Faaim SMira. iirat mortgage and municipal, connty and school bonds and other securities. iDRRESPONDBNTfc Philadelphia Finance Co., Philadelphia, Nat ionai Bank of Illinois, t'hicago, 111. Bioux Falla National Bank. Sioux FHIIK, Tkia was tke title of one of the late John B. Oongfa's lar lecture®. We merely revert to it to bring to your notice the fact that it will pay you to inspect our stock of summer coate and vefltp. You'll have money in pocket, peace of mind, and perfect comfort far ihe local forecast for Hadison, until Septomlief §mk We are selling theae goods away down now. tToiua. XDxiscolX, BBI'WI AMU JIRB RLBV. SMITH ft COOK "Druggists and Jewelers, HKAimt'AB?! Oils aad Wall Paper. Fine flkiM awl Bflfw WiMwi lli Jawdhry. Watch and ('lock iiepairing prompay and mechanically execiited. UNION BLOCK. BO AN AVWU1 HiifRL COM MERC! At HOUSE ».4tU t%mL- am K hmm Provisions, CO., & CO. W. DALY.Vls»PrirtHl. I.A. TBOW, OM^e Collections Mde aad pfesaptl? OORRESPONDENTO Fiwt Natioaal Baak, Ohicarfo. Oiaae Natiooel Beak, Maw Tart Minnehaha National Bank, Wkmx Falla. A (1KNEKAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. E. a OL APP, Vtea J.1*. JONE8, Aaat Beo*y 4 Tree# red! estate kM|M» 0*9 8. 0, i lXK rMITHIliU WILL IT PAY Oaa Oooa ONE DOLL AH PKH IUY. MARgiT ART, jfftOfmngil. v