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7i. i TH®t ET MONDAY EVEti. SKIT. £2, TKKMS Bv mill, l.i i. TO A:VEKTIKH s a n n i o u e o i a tta* »Ul- !«»*•*. •nliliuig It to the iair«ua«* of »l*«:ru.tr» vVf'X Dm trvMaiW. OM a *0/0' iutd ittsrasjr, UM •nrrryar. UMHpermt(l4«tt(fMfeMb One coronet Oh roonty MMBiMloMr fcf twaBlt stoss* dlntnat. The bMi* of re premutation wft! be se« 4^» K*U for each vote* or major fractien thereof CMT for the Hon A. C. Krn^tt*-. OrUni CUirBO.. %Siii »orU l,«.k»-v4*w.. Htrnia .. Wl»(»4 m_»_, V\ T' A r\PD We fiv Hi.-Australian brdlot w\ntem, ^T^^EK- IStKi or SUR8CK11'TIOK. 1 yt*r ...» I mm' pending before the United BlaUw B* mml. tnoulh* ..... .»•••• rjr b» romi. i moflChii *rz senate. by carriar, p*r a D*a»T Lsadkh awk« a *p«etal imtmt* ft i ^formation ronccrnint U» a***'1' r, flat# imtor Mellette for *©v«ruor at tDe iMt ireoeral election. Thl a«v*ral votiac practneu of tha county will Bs entitled to Uw following »«pr*»entatloo rb«wt«r .M ,l^r«'* ynu.iMoa Ji 4 onrori,.,t inuii ii .! N limit,..,........ .ti4i Bad«• .............. 4* ««#»*.. 9 CltTofli«»too«-t»« W.rd Sill W»rd —Sd W»rd. Tb« commtttM! »tim(c«it* th«t the caucm* Ut MrcrtI *otinis preciuci* of thf connty fceld *ot l»Ur tb*n Monday, September 29. L. Taylor ot Baaoo*. B»bt. IXtUard ol Boa Uo» |*Sr ••pOTlatcndeot of Public li.i-irtieti«»~ Cortes Hal ate* of Tomer, IM CfiMWlr' of nebool aed PobUfr T. a. Kuth of Km,r*b«9, TUE ri.ATrOKM. We, the repubhcanH of Bouth Dakota im oooveDtion a«eeuibi«d, reaffirm tin1 principle* ®num*iiit©d in th» platform of tbe national republican party in 18S8, and moat heartily indorae tb® adtninia trmtiona of Preetdent Harriaon and Gov eraor Mellette. We mxjffniase with pleaaare tlie aer rtoee reaiitnd our atAte by our United Ktauw eeaalora and repreeaetatiiW i» cangmm. Wa favor an amendment to the Lonati- tation of the atate »o that the tegialatura will be authorize*! to enact uuch laws aa will enable the atat*, cotmttes and town ships therein U maintain a thorough •yateui of rrrwation where needed, aud the republican party, now aa heretofore, being in sympathy with every material development of our by We favor common wealth,here pledge our hearty support to all lures that will tend to the develop it of our agricultural resources and wa urge upon the general government to extend prompt and liberal aid to the practical establishment erf a system of irrigation by ineuu» bT arleeiiui «#tl» r.thin the artesian basin We vie* with uratt prosperous eootlition M-hooift, aud hiKher U'HrnuiK, and demnnti 1 F. NTAIH-, Proprietor, •rpaUifW Cmumtj isiiTeattM. TBs Hepobileatiaof Lake coMty, U.» will BMt convection at the court hmwo tu Madi mm ob W«do«sday, October 1, »««, at o'clock a for th* par»o»e of placing in 11 SO»- nation the following u mt-d offlcera to be toWd opoi it UM OB« •ustof eiwtiuii, Noveakw 4, 1®#: Tfcr*« member* of *s tease ef •epnssatsttves. OM county jadtf? OH cl«rk erf the C)W^ Um coootv Miitur. Oa. ragf.ter of deedfe. OM sheriff, :i lot b» T*« parpoMi of caiiinif th« ca*TCiti*n *h« kosr nAmed i« on •econnt of tlie iftrg« MBOWIT comuHtM. ORO of klltMM to be UIBMCWl By order of tb* Lake t'onnty lU-pohltcon Csm TNJ H. .PATTIBOOK, CB*!M«B. BKK. •^•UkcM mate Tl«k«f. J. A. Ptckl«r of fanlk. Job* B. Uuabl« of YMkton. far 0o*«r* or— A. C. MelleMbofOMItacMB Woe LtraMBMi OoYer*or II IIO—BMI A Uoo of Walworth it IWWtW? Of Bute— A. V. Kliig«n»dof Ctlon. VH TW*»*« w. w.-ftftarfragft*. Vl|r Aadltot— of thia state, and urge upon our aenaUrs and re pre Mutative* in oongroas to (xntinus to use tb^tr best efforts to secure such aid. We favor such expansion of our mr tmcy aa will meet tht* gr(»wing demand of ©ur increasing population ami wanta, offset the («ntriM*tion resulting from tha withdrawal of national bank ctrculft 4«nt To this Mid we favor such legiala ti«« will utilize the entire product of Mr silver mines aa money. such a tariff on tions, fully J(§xd servict- rori' •»—7 to every voter lb* jjrc.itent »m*'V u» the casting of hi* babot. We also favor th« passive of the national election law lands shall be Jealously guarded. Prohilition being atloptetl by a vote at the people as iart of the funda mental law of the state, .we pledge the party to its faithful md honsst anforee uient. .. for speaker of the nest house of repre sentatives. -1 Yum Yum, a Bioux Falls running horse, was killed on the Alw*rdeen race track by f»»llirig and breaking his neck. Surveyor* ami other* living in Nowlin county tell *f having seen strange look log animals there occasionally that evi dently lieloug U the feline species. They resemble the wild cat variety, only are larger somewhat and have ijuite long tails. They are not panthers because they are not half as large. Flandrau .-...JJ Herald, 19: Dell Rapids. He ried and Bowton at Most to carry all pauper labor of other oouutries, and to create and sustain a hone market for the product* of our fltrma, giving to each a living margin ol fltAt. We also CBVOT HOB.J.G. BJaioe'a re ootuRienlatlon8 of rer-iprrval treirties South American republics, with a vifw to open in them a wider market for tltor, products of American farms. We most heartily indorse the wttal at Hie republican party ifi the passage of t)w» disability pension lite* bill, out and we urge passage of such a service law as K: (fntilicstioo U» our pubtk inHtitutions of that our aohool syndicate will ffer them then ot U*. and interest, Aberdeen"dispatch, 19: The annual state fair waa brought to a 4,000. The exhibit is con celled to be fully up to while financially it of the tirely here and the friends aspuranta Dakota is thia importa manufactured i»r produpd, as will protect our laborers, manufacture mm, farmers and mineTsfrom thr rtttmrnw flonipetitkm of will la ».,me mt»asure reward each of our hoo onably iliat'harged soldier* for tha yawa o( health and life lout U» them by the Uti*! our country. We moat heartilj invite and wekxmie ||il people from foreign Lands who com |p our state to secure homes and to be «90M»good and law abiding cituens of f^e commonwsallh We re«vjgniMi th«» right of labor to or gjmiw for its prof««4K»n. and by all law f«l means to secure to itaeH the grsateet .r,l .u .hrm, l~lu.tr, .D.l .kUl.! *!St w W. d^uncjU «»b.»U». ol «p, MlwU W limit produ'jtiofi o. *ibtrol tl,« V ^oeesanae of lif%, and adv.woe pri *w ft mental to the beat interest* of aoci- sjiij w«» iifilr md yttBiihmafii scheme. A MIm* Bfailsg r«at. Odoagodispatch, IH: Paul W \TI II IIit i.%«. £SL marriage erf their wedding successful close this afternoon. The features of the day were the parade of the premium stock, a splendid programme of trotting and running races, a balloon ascension, rope walking, etc. The attendance is es timated former Alexander Johnstone, the mind-reader, performed this afternoon a feat, which, to all I A Hit«t»ter* jtt fsaplUkfi »aiii af* t.. Jftakv Ellendale-dispatch, 19: -.i etrcSea here and in Mcintosh ooootf are exer ciaed over the romantic phases of r* W Rev. surprise fo nearly all tbe parties, one of whom county. 1 Sol Starr is announced HH speoted. Hhe is "Black Pat** TTaley, the gambler and sport who waa well known in this region in the early days, diet! at bis brother s home near Fountain, Minneeotajast week. He wa*» formerly owner of some land here, for a long time was house and was unmar died of heart failure. Boston dwputeh. I'1 The BioOX City and Northern railroad, which completed last Janaary its ninety-ail miles of road from Sioux City to (iarretaoo, thereby giving the Manitoba system entry into Sioux City, has sold its first issue of bonds, $ I,If J),00 f*. to a Boston syndicate which w ill shortly offer them to the New England market. lite road haa the most substantial backing, both in the east and west, and haa made important traffic, alliances. The road was com pleted aud put in operation before its bonds were put in market. It is under stood that the tour ooes, waa a great success. livestock was shipped home to-night and all exhibits will follow to morrow Nearly ail the candidates on the state tickets were present on differ eiit occasions and a good deal of wood was sawed and piled away. The con test over the capital centered almost en of the gathered in great two force. The New York Times has the follow ing political information about South Dakota: Representative Hansbrough has a letter from a friend at Huron in forming him that the new independent party in South Dakota is exerting itself to the fullest extent to carry the next legislature and ta fast making convert* to the movement. J3y combination with the democrats they will trade the state and congressional tickets for members of the legislature in order to defeat 8ena tor Moody and elect in his stead Hon liartletl I ripp, late deimw ralic chief justice of Dakota Territory. Supervis or of the Census WakeMeld of Houth here and he above, also saying that corroborates the money contributed by has been the ap pearances, disproves the theory that man possesses only five senses, and a lac the 1 relief that mind reading is really i species of muscle reading. In the pres enne of a large audumoe at the Welling ton hotel, Johnstone was blind folded, his ears and nostrils stuffed with cotton and a lighted cigar placed in his mouth, to destroy for the time being bearing, sightv smell and teste, and thick kid gloves were placet! on bin hands. He then re«jnested the proprietor of the hotel to Mtand behind him and think of the combination of the safe. This was done, and without contact with the gentleman, the mind-reader turned cor rwctly to ti* numbers and optMd the safe. A Use Way frws HesM*. Bioux City Journal, 3) J. fi. Grifin has on exhibition at his store, iu a jar of alcohol, a kangaroo rat and a litter of nine little rats. The family were found two or three days ago ttt a bnnch oi bananas that came from the West In dies. When found the young on which are only about an ineh and a quarter long, all had their tails tightly our led about the tail of th* mother rat, and in this way they were carried with rf falling off. They were not ap they al! died in a few hours. Sir. GrifBn aleo has a large tarantula preserved in alco hol. This "bug" was also fogac! in a I buAfrii oi w hat dl lot M[ the VV. W. Nutting, of Boston, Mass., and Miss Alta MilU, of this city. The wedding was i complete frier.dw the is Mr. a candidate of txith circumstances being kept secret on account of the opposition raised by the reveroed gentleman's other a faru sons, a physician and the at Mandan, er in Mcintosh Nutting was a widower. He is an indej»endent preacher and has a oall to a church Aberdeen, S. D., which he will probably accept He is a gentleman of tine ability and unimpeach able character. 'Hie engagement was of short duratiou. It never met Miss is said that he had Mills until about a month ago, when he arrived from Boston. The lady is from Jackson. Mich., and during tiie session of the legislature last winter had charge of the Tompson house, the largest and most fashionable hoarding house in Bismarck. Hhe is an accotn pliahed woman of about 30. Her manners are very pleasing and aha is highly a to re member of the Prw- byterian church. It is aupposed that Dr. Nutting's family objected to her because she WHS a divorced woman. Hhe obtained legal ne pa rat ton from a former husband in Michigan less than a ago. It is not known any cook at the in considerations Western year that there were of a financial charac ter in tbe family's opposition. Mis* Mills moved Kllendale mained last spring in order to be convenient to a farm which she owns short distance west of this place. It was reported then that she was about to be married to a young man tu Michigan, but afterward that engage ment was broken. She aod Mr. Nutting visited the latter'* son county a in few daya Mcintosh before the turned to Ellendale and here until mairiage occurred. When their intention to marry was announced the latter became furious, threatened to shoot her antl ordered her out of the house. She re was soon lowed by the reverend suitor. fol They in th* east. version of the romance is One that Mr. Nutting and Mite Mills became enam ored with each other at first sight and that Hhe broka the Michigan engagement with man in preacher. the order to marry the it* Bakaia XnMan». t. __ Wasliington dinj»atch, 19i The hotsae committee on apprtpriataon» has reoom meudetl nou-concurrencv in all the sen ate amendments to the deficiency bill, including the for artesian irriga tion in the Dakota*. It is more than likely that the committee will report its action in the house and that tbe proa pecta for getting the money for artesian irrigation are very slender. Hapreseuta tive (itfford says that the irrigation buai nees has been very badly managed and that the Powell scheme waa far hatter than that they now get. "We had a bill granting $7*2,000 for ir rigation," he said, "and South Dakota would have had I*i0,000 of that amount now we get nothing. The Powell scheme offered u*» something thai might have been made use of and we would have se cured a number of wells." If the recommendation of the commit tee is sustained by the house the oon ferreea will have an opportunity to fight on thia proposition and may secure it. The conference also meana that the hona* intends loJ£ive Q«org» fttt h©w% his salary for the time he waa legislated out of oftice Senator Pettigrew aays the Chey Indians at Pine Kuige agency will no doubt be sent to Montana. They now moving in that direction, about UOO of them having deserted to the Tongue river country. He think* the eommis •km so appointed w ill grant the request of th* Indians and transfer th*M*r Tb* Bsllea of ilowtoiKee They are all belles, the women of Montevideo, so say enraptured sojour ner* In that favored land. Beauty is there the heritage of every daughter oi kvii, 1mm tke humble flower girl to the fashionable demoiAcil* who fiat tens her pretty nose against the jewelers' shop wlndowa Ui CftUa Veinto Cinco. What Was OrarhMrC "UtTninw I know the gtMBtlamM'* name that called to see A\tat Kliie last night and no»*ody told me, either •Well, then, what i* It, Bobby 'r*1 ••Why. fieorgt: Ilont I heard her Mjr »eorge don't,1 In the ptrlor four or five times hand running* VN^t'a what his name is.** Pleh wlrklaai friii |i Ilia set Managing ediur—Young man thia work of yours l» rare Young reporter—Thank yM, BlA I feel highly complimented. Managing editor—1 wa- ^olog on to say that it i» rare, very ripe, in tbe •MM of not being at all watt Hi* &«•'» Work. The amount of water the sun raises from the earth la estimated at tho enormous welgnt of .!7.000.00i.uu0 ton» a minule. The WB qi.antlty of coal required to produce heat 1B anv way equivalent to the sun'M is calculated Lu to 12, OUU. 000,000, iJUO IOOS. low money on farraa «Bd oity properly at km ratea, Ksunedy Btm, •T-T-. *IM*I I ill**- Her Hsierial. Watertown Public i*pinion: South Dakota can never reach the height of her prosperity until she ootnmencvH to utilize her raw material. Nearly every thing she now produces is shipped to other states, to be brought back in manufactured goods. Flax seed is car ried to eastern mills and linseed oil re turned. Flax straw is left on the ground to rot and high prices paid for binding tw ine. Wheat and oat straw is burned in the stack and building and wrapping paper shipped in. Raw hides are sent out and finished leather re turned. Wool gathers into eastern looms and returns in yarn wad cloth. All her starch is supplied from other states and of time* potatoes in the home market go a begging. Thus, in mani fold ways, is the wealth of this land be ing turned into foreign channels. If the state would be prosperous and com mercially strong the wealth that nature deposited here should be utilized at home. We must work up our raw ma terial. MJKNlTt'RR. Me. THOSE 2 GAR I LOADS ii— -OP FURNITURE talked of re last week, were quietly married. when they They are now cm Dress Goods, Boots* Shoes, Clothing:, Cloaks ^Shawls, *v m**m as being "On the Way," are NUWHERE! And BP i»' !'g pistil in tioo for the inf|»e'tion of the public. My stock com prises everything imaginable in the for niture line, antl you will consult your best interests by' callinf ON BM before inveating elsewhere. T. J, LANNON. (.KltlKU tt HAN Flannels, Groceries, JilHNSOiT OLSON ,& CO. BABBWABI. X0f— BcCallisler Bros.' Hardware Stoea and JEWEL Vapor Stoves. jkmmpkto line of Heavy and Bu6lne38 Property. Residence PropBrty, Block Property, OCKTBK Waat •!**«!«!.« Acre Proptrty. ty~We have also sotue very dMiea )Bf, gains in Farm Landa, Hon«y to loan at Low Rates of InUtmL HT1IBBT. MADIHOK. DAJt. KOUTM MNeaa ——».) 'IX-— McCormick &> Hewlett's yOK Til KUEJIKarilD Pit SBOlBttft SBOm jurjui imn Is the largest and finest ». JJWIIIH. lit MBilii TAE Bhelf Hardware and Build ers' Materials IWTi» Shop in nrnurl ton with HtoVB» BKAL KMTATK. SCOTT SHERIDAN, REAL ESTATE,, r3ue* IHtV RttOTM ANII MHO KM. K«,. "The Sun Do Move" •uiouiiceniei.t made by the does a uwre. Kev. Ja«|^r. sight of the 11 will kx^e never sell them," "The for Bound to Please CUE GROCERY STOCK IS I I RITTNCDAIH ALWAYS COMPLETE. THI IIAUVW lejHiis fiipltil IBI Sirptai, 161,001. hut —OUR STOCK OF—— ftms Goods. ffnaJrs. Carpets, Ladle** ntr# f?ii dprwear (black avid all colors), Children's Cloaks. Plushes, Full Length («ari!M i»ts, Fall Jackets, Hlaa keU, etc.,'etc., as well as a full line of Fine Shoes, ev«r j. THIS aa«K MTORK. IKE EOOK STORE. W A BEST. WALL PAPER A THi: MOST. it AKK. IMi Mauisc BII.UABH BAI.L, CIWAM, Kte. BILLIARD HALL! PKIHTEH & DALY. lakers, Fruiterers and Confectioners. Makers of the Celebrated CREAM BREAD. ICE CKK AM Hervetl day or evening. BA a I:i« v rntrrcTftimv. Rte BAKERY NAIIONAL BANK. FiKHT A GENEKAL BANKING BUB1 NEBS THANHAC1EI). mnd W«M. (WI»fW»w v fgfK coB)|M!t*Rt rullwltir(uMUttUy (SflOf(4 to sttead to oolioctratt. %m •snnaaeisa mmnUf |yllaM)r isaasd r«al Wtat« far gastsva raptisiisls. COMB £»oxixiffa: -)b«?»lcai NaUoeal Bank, New V«r*. 1^1*1 lisast Bsak, htca^o H:«MX Msaa VaUs« ItU* Nstleaal i a^etb did not immense st»rk stock this market," ete^ etc., er of gtxxls at my is altogether too was heard hand. Bat we know our bumnM on mtf The People brought to Madison, and while away, 1 am offering gsaatinducements I doot give J, IZ.UTNALLL. TH* CHEAPEST. TBS E PHETTIKST. THE BOCK STORE. The Largest, The Best Most Complete STOCK EN Htrss. Proprietor. IIOKMK MHO IK III 4. Stalliooa OK Hardware Enndert Z, Fitzgerald's. IN silor IN CONNECTION WITH KToltK. v Alto, Wholeaale. nTifl Hetail Cigar Store: F. K. MATLOCK^ City Shoeing Slrop. M+iJA aad and diseased feet cured. Trotting Horsea a apeciaHf. Faulty Lunch Coll ator, D. H. KILBOY, Proprietor. 'BAKI4I9KU. «UWTIO*». CITY MIC AT MABBKT. A. MAC«AV, L. B, KSSNS, V ir.r faabter. Ice Crefill Parlor, Courecliunerr W. N. ROCH3* City Meat Market. OLD P. 0. BUILDING. hi-rps eosatsaUy ih«~ i fi»ie»at Spring CltfckaM, Prairie Chtokeo Spring Lanit) and Mutton. and OURWL Meats, ftlld Fish, Fw Game in season. LIVMV Ward &> Vreeland, City^^ Livery v At BUBBELL DRO 'S BABN.