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MADISON. SOirril DAKOTA SATURDAY EVEN'O. MCH. 19. 1892. TERMS OF jSl'HSCKIPTION. tit mall, 1 year ••$§•00 By mail, ti months— Jlv mail. -1 months.... .»»««»«««••»«»».»»» iMIIjr, by earner, per wet** 3.00 I.SO U TO ADV E RTISERS. Tub BaJi.Y I.baDEU makes a #pecW FCSTLLJE 'RTT arnishiui: information concerning the advan imrce and resources of the city of Madieon and the (date at lar^e, entitling it to the. patronage ©r advertisers nf every cla*?. J. V. STAHL. Proprtfftgr. Republican Htate Convention. The republican* of Sonth Dakota will meet in delegate convention in the city of ChamberlaiD, South Dhkot*, at the opera houma, on \Vedn«« the for the pnrio«e of electing eight delegate* t« The several counties will be enUUtd to the following representation: Counties. Aurora I Counties. S'flyde eraold Beadie Kan Homme. JBrual.-a®l.... ii': Kingsbury »l Lako ^i Lawrence s Lincoln Brown Kn:.. Buffalo,....... Butte Campbell charleit Mix.. 'lark Marshall :t Veade Clay Con i ingl M» Miner Minnehaha iM oody ii'Mcl'ook.. I* McFhersou......... 9 Cutter 12 Pennington...... 38 )»Ti«ott I a' Potter Pav IV, Robert#— Debet ''Sanborn.. 3oturla#.. "^spink Edmauii lOiStanley— Fall ltifMT 1l|Sullj Faulk iH TurneT •rati K t»ion Hamlio. 11 Walworth Hand 1S|Yankton Hanxonu*.... Huahert.......! 14 ToUl than one hour. fty \V. C. ALLKN Secretary w otcbinsofi "JO! __ The committee recomends that all delegates to county conventions be elected by ballot, that nlternatedelegate# be elected by ballot, and that »o proxies be allowed bat that the delegates present in county and state conventions be en titled to cast th# entire vote of the delegation, and that all primary polls be held open not leas order of the committee Dated lit Sioux Falls, South Dakota, February i«, 1MB. A e. CLOIXJH, Chairman. Inter Ocean: Nearly sixty years ago John McLean, of Glasgow, left in the Bank of Scotland 81,500 for the educa tion of the slaves of his brother in Geor gia, but the laws of Georgia at that time did not permit of the education of Blaves. The money has been in the Bank of Scotland ever since, and its presence there w is discovered by a son of llliam Lloyd Garrison in looking through some of his father's old letters. Correspon dence with the officials of the Bank of Scotland affirmed the report of the de posit and that in sixty years it has ac cumulated interest amounting to a very ueat sum. The money will now be de Toted to the education of colored people in Georgia as was originally intended by the donor. Mitchell Republican: Our reform friends are making a vigorous attempt— without going into details of course,—to convince the farmer that he is ljeing oppressed by the McKinley law. The following extract from a letter from Ottawa, Canada, to the New York Press is decidedly interesting in this connec tion: "The effect of the McKinley tariff on Canada's exports is distinctly seen in the agricultural schedule, although the McKinley bill was not in force until three months after our fiscal year began. Our sales of barley fell from 9,1)75,000 bashels in 1890 to 4,81*2,000 in 1891. In stead Qf selling $1,068,000 worth of hay we only sold $oo9,000. The United States took 12,825,000 dozen of eggs in 1890, but the duty of five cents a dozen re duced this in 1891 to 7,354,000. The United States purchased in 1891 500 barrels of oatmeal. In 1890 it bought 13,000 barrels. Exports of horses fell from 1G,000 to 11,000, Oats and poultry were largely reduced. Ed. G. Edgerton, steward of the in sane asylum at Yankton, denies moat emph :cally the report that he is to be- cor rden of the penitentiary at Stou.i i ails, in place of Warden Kanouse. He says the position has not been ten dered him and he would not accept it if it wa& His home is in Yankton and he proposes slaying there, 'fhe issue in this case IH on a par with a great deal of other stuff that is reported in our daily papers about prominent ruen. The re marks attributed to Mellette, Pettigrew, Moody and others in regard to appoint ments, politics, delegations and other matters is perfectly libellous were it not silly, and yet it is circulated with no other intention than that of creating misapprehension, ill-feeling and discard. Nine times out of ten the vile rot is de nied point blank after it getn around to the imputed author, and one ifl con strained to believe that the newspaper which licAi circulated it was deliberate^ lying. The •pinions handed down by the snpreme court at their session on the 17th involved the case of Wright vs. Lee et al., the legality of the assignment of the Laiielle Horse Importing company, a company which failed in Lake county with liabilities amounting to $200,000. The sylabus in this case is very lengthy. The opinion was by Judge Bennett with Judges Kellam and Croson concurring. The following are some extracts from sylabus: rinv. tin' Ul day of March. 1S92, at 10 o'clock a I i-4 ^on^,nV)e8ota, attend the republican national he held it the citv of Minnoapo on Tuetdav. the 7th day of Jatie, 1892, for the •purpeve of nominating canddatef for pre*idont and vice prerident of the I'm ted Stat*.* to be Mipported at the next national election. The rep'thl can elector* and voter*, w'thoat regard to pact affiliation, who believe in r«v UQblican principles and tndom- the republican policy, are cordially invited to unite under this call. An alternate delegate Tor each delegate to the national convention from this state, to act in rase of the absence of the delegate, Bhalj be •elected -n the name manner and at the eame time s« the delegates are elected. A ., I A bona tide creditor can contest the v»hdity of an assignment made for the by benefit of creditors by a corporation upon the ground that it has never been authorized by or duly executed by a duly elected board of directors, upon the ground of fraudulent intent upon the part of those executing it, or that the statutory requirements Lave not been complied with in order to make a valid assignment. "The question of fraud and fraudulent intent in the making of an assignment can always be inquired into by any per son who may have an interest on the subject matter of the assignment. The great and indispensible requisite in all voluntary assignments by debtors is good faith the great and fatal objection is fraud or the intent to defraud credit ors. It is not enough that an assign ment be for valuable consideration. It must be bona tide also." Sew OfBcera ofthe V.A. R. Mitchell dispatch, 17: The G. A. R. elected the following officers this fore noon:. Commander, Col. J. B. Hoyt. Aberdeen senior vice, Col. E. E. Clough, Hot Springs: junior vice, Capt. P. Law rence, I)e Smet chaplain, Rev. C. B. Clark, Mitchell. The next encampment will be held in Chamberlain next May. The Sons of Veterans elected the fol lowing officers this morning: Command er, D. L. Print up, Brittou second vice. Z. C. Green, Lake Preston junior vice, L. A. Mabbitt, Plankinton division com manders, A. Mollis, Faulkton F. W. Lyon, Watertown,C. A.Conklm, Clarke. Delegate to national encampment, W .S. Carpenter, Pierre delegate-at-large, D. V. Moore, Mitchell alternates, A. H. Barnard, WatertownjT. F. Kleinschmidt, Red field. The W. R. C. elected Mrs. H. C. Holmes, Plankinton, department, presi dent Mrs. Capt. Lucas, Hot Springs, senior vice Mrs. Webster, junior vice. At a meeting of the Dakota National Guard, last night, it was decided to hold a militia encampment in Waterbown next June. NOW THEY'RE MARRIED. Mr. Wllltaaaa W«d» lea Royd at Rapid Cltr, S. D. Rajpjd Crry, March lfc—The decree of divorc" in the Williams divorce case was filed in the clerk of court's office Thursday. William Williams applied for a marriage license to wed Miss Net tie Boyd, of Rochester, N. Y., who fig ured eo prominently in the divorce pro ceedings. They were married and left for New York. The only reminders of this case now in the city are the pre liminary proceedings in the $54,000 and $75,000 damage suits brought by Will iams ond Nettie Boyd against Patrick Cox, of Rochester, and the Dead wood Times. It is thought here that the irnits will never come to trial. Inatalled Oflloera and A d| oar a ad. Mitchell, S. D., March 19 —Th® ninth annual encampment of the G. A.R. closed with a public installation of th$ newly elected officers. Colonel J. B. Hoit was elected department com mander by unanimous vote Colonel E. C. Clough, Dead wood, senior vica com mander Captain P. Lawrence, DeSmet, junior vice commander Aw* & Clark, Mitchell, chaplain. Cltsd nJudfe. Parker, S. D., M*rch 19.—Papers were served on Judgt* Dierstiene citing him to appear before Judge Smith, of the circuit court, within the next thirty days aud show cauee why he should not be removed from office, he having failed to give the bonus required by law \a interesting case it is likely to result* ttentftneed a Kad Kan for LiTfe ttiKLL Lake. Wis., March 19. -Sheriff Cott has started to Waupun with George Warren, the Indian who was, on his plea of guilty of the murder of Audrew Wieklnud. sentenced by Judge Marshall to serve the terra of his natural life in the state prison. Stepped lato Maltoa froa. Black Rivkh Falur, Wis., March 19. —Ofe Brown, a workman at the York iron works, accidentally stepped into a puddle of molten iron at 7 p. m. Oae k-g ih fearfully burned aad wfll rcfafe* asapatatioa. Royal Baking Powder is reported by the U. S. Government, after official tests, highest of all in leavening power, It is the best and rtiost ecohomicil cream IkUm l*4,i .V -.u- A 'A A- r- IN THE NORTHWEST! Testl meay to tke lliatnte Wheat lavestiffatlen All Befafa tH§ Committee. CUiliii, Clear. Mark Claw .. resent Ioira at the Minueapollf CotteatiMi Aaother Wedding Srqnel to a South Dakota Divorce—Other North* west Item. St. Palx, March 19.—Except for the evidence of a single witness and a tab ulated statement of the price of grain in the leading markets for a series of years, both of which will be submitted on Mouday, the wheat investigation is at an end, BO far as the taking of testi mony is concerned. Tlie committee will plan a mode of considering the evidence, and then will begin its digest. The evidence of the day failed to es tablish the oft proclaimed assertion that Frank Irons, of Minneapolis, makes the prices of wheat for the entire North west. In fact it showed that Mr. Iroos is merely a clerk for several elevator companies, and that ho does what mast other clerks do, as he is directed by his employer*. The moat imiKrtant wit ness of the day was C. M. Amsden, who made the astonishing dec laration that if for a period of four specified years the elevator oampanies had paid the farmers 1 cent a bushel more than they did for wheat they would have done business at a lose. He said his company was selling its eleva tors as fast as they could gat 60 oanta on the dollar on them. The closing hour of the nesstoo was marked by a little scene. General Bar rett had been badgering witnesses and threshing out old straw until both com mittee and witness were weary, and after he had been anawared very tartly and in two instances profanely by Mr. Irons, the witness left the stand, and Chairmah Ucioacll declared to General Barrett, in substance, that ha had be come a nuisance. The general charac terized the proceeding as an outrage. TH€SE THE DELEGATE8. (larkMii, Gear, Cfcaa* aad Mack Will Ue]trea#nt Iowa at Minneapolis. DES MOWES, March 19.—£x-Congres$ man Strubie was elected permanent chairman of the state Republican con vention. In taking the chair he made an address highly eulogizing Presi dent Harrison. The convention then elected as its delegates at large from Iowa: J. S. Clarkson, chairman of the national committee ex-Governor John H. Gear, chairman of the state central (sommittee E. E. Mack, and D. C. Chase, member of the legislature from Harrison county. The three latter are known to favor the renomination of Harrison. A resolution endorsing prohibition was presented to the committee on reso lutions and voted down. The Platform as presented and adopted deals entirely with national issues. It is brief and general in its scope. It declares that the Republicans of Iowa enter upon the campaign with full confideace that the party in its national convention will make a declaration of principles and nominate a ticket in full harmony with the Republican past, and that it will be true to the purpo«6 and conviction of the party. The administration of Presi dent Harrison is cordially endorsed. Republicans in all parts of the atate are urged to ignore local issues and unite for victory on the national platform A Womt mf 1 Saaw f* Haw Yarlb Iftw YORK, March 19.—The snow which began falling in this city ant vicinity about 10 o'clock p. m. did not stop till 1 o'clock, and it now lies about eleven inches on a level. All incoming trains are from two to three hours late, and at the postoffice it is said that the mails are reported delayed in all qnart ers. The horse cars and general traffic on the streets is much impeded and nearly all ears and teams have doubled up. Pedeetrianism is made moet un comfortable, especially in the dow» town streets, where the heating pipes rapidly melt the snow and cause slush and mud. Fortwaa for a Doaaastic. 0KIAH, Cal., March 19.—It has jnst developed that a domestic in Ukiah has fallen heir to $500,000. She was in the employ of M. Newfield, who secured her services through an employment office in San Francisco. She is Mrs. Duncan, aad was married in London, where her husband c'ied. leaving a large estate. It was involved in litigation and the widow feared she would get nothing, so came here, and, beiug destitute, en gaged a domestic. Her friends here in terested themselves in her behalf and employed a New York attorney to go to London, with the above result. She now irone to make good her claim. A A PROFITABLE TALK. #ar»»eetal Jtr porter Facta. Meearaa tfti He Determined to Thoroughly Investigate a Subject that is Causing MttchGom meat, and He Has Sucoeeded. (N.Y. Sun.) Two 4ky* ago one of the mos% promi nent professional men in Ne*r York pub lished a letter so outspoken, so unusual as to cause extensive talk and awaken much comment. Yesterday I interview ed the gentleman as to the contents of the letter, and he fully confirmed it in evsry respect. He not only did this but he also mentioned a number of unusual cases which had come under his observa tion in which little less than a miracle hail been performed. So important has the entire subject become that determined to investigate it to the bottom, and accordingly called upon Mr. Albert G. Eaves, the promi nent costumer at No. G3 East Twelfth street, the gentleman mentioneJ in my interview with the doctor yesterday. Mr. Eaves has made quite a name. A complete knowledge of history, an ap preciation of art and reliability are es sential in his profession. "Mr. Eaves," I said, "I learn that your wife has had a most unusual experience are you willing to describe it?" The gentleman thought a moment and an expression of pleasure passed over his face. "When I think," he said, "of what my wife once passed through and the condition she is in to-day, I cannot but feel gratitude. Nearly three years ago she was at the point of death. You ean understand how sick she was when I say she was totally blind and lay in a state of unconsciousn^s. Three doctors at tended her and all agreed that her death was only a question of hours, perhaps minutes." "May I ask what the doctors called her trouble?" 'Uraemia and puerperal convulsions, so you can imagine how badly she must have been. At last one doctor (it was Dr. II. A. Gunn) said that as she was still able to Bwallow, one more attempt might be made and a medicine was ac cordingly given her. She seemed to im prove at once in a few days her sight was restored. 'I have had a long, loag sleep,' she said, upon recovering con sciousness, and I am rejoiced to say that she was restored to perfect health wholly through the u e of Warner's Safe Cure, which was the remedy we administered when she was past all consciousness." 1 looked at Mr. Eaves as he said this. His face was beaming with satifaction. He continued: "The physicians told us, after my wife's recovery, that she could never en dure childbirth, and yet we have a tine boy nearly a year old, and do not know what sickness is. I attribute it all to the wonderful power of Warner's Safe Cure. Why, my sister, who resides in Virginia, was, awhile ago, afflicted pre cisely as my wife had been. I at onoe advised her to use this same great rem edy it cured her promptly." You find that it is specially adapted for women do you? I inquired. "By no means. I have know it to be wonderful in its power in the case of gentlemen to whom 1 have recommended it. I speak from my experience entirely, and you should not be surprised that I am so firm a believer in this discovery, which has done BO much for me." I was not surprised. I saw by every word, by every look, that Mr. Eaves meant all ho said. I had ample confir mation of Dr. Gunn's letter and inter view, and I do not wonder that people who have seen such things, who have watched their dearest friends go down into the dark valley and be brought back into the light, should be both en thusiastic and grateful. I. myself caught the spirit, and I shall be glad if the inves tigations I have made prove of profit to thoee who may read them. Tfca D« Manri Ca«i Affalab March If.—The Figaro ^states that it has -information on excellent au thority that Chevalier tie Stem's has commenced proceeding* to set aside tho divorce obtained by his wife in Sou'U Dakota. Lottary Will Claaa Temporarily. LOUISVILLE, March 19.-The lottery venders of the Frankfort lottery met here and decided to remain closed until the matter is definitely settled hi the courts. A DAYS HAPPENINGS. of Ncwi Olrai Srirf Maatlaa. The Cherokee Strip Live Stock elation is in financial straits. The cruiser Charleston has arrived San Diego from Honolulu. The trial of Mr. Deacon for killing M. Abeille has been set for May ltt. Great interest is being shown by farmers in the northern part of Ohio in sngar beet culture and the manu facture of beet sugar. The fntjeral of the late Grand Duke of Heftt-'.- took place Thursday. An im mense throng of people attended the ceremonies. The liabilities of the Barings have been reduced £7,170,600, making an ap parent surplus of £5,321,091. It is be lieved that the guarantors will not lose anything. One of the ringnlar results of the Ruaman famine, aud une which is puz zling the economists for an explanation, is the enormous increased number of marriages in the afflicted districts. It is announced that the Delaware and Hudson Canal company has ob tained fail control of the Adirondack Bail way company. A now first mort gage has been placed ea th* Adirondack Mad. Governor Markhaas of California ha* aoawnuted to life imprieonaaaut the sentence of Chariae Freeman, who have bean executed Friday at BMato for the murder of Mark Feeatey, March f, l«fc. Mrs. Belle Davis, of Ware, Mass., daafhter of R. FF Davis, aad niece of est-Csogfsssaian George R. Duria, of GMcago, has eloped will her faifcer hftrad niaa, Fraafc L. Booth. They have fJhi raiiflijiiyljjlsa^^ **«var Croeaman Bros.' Rice's D. M. Ferry's Vlck's Vaughn's Prices same as any reliable catalogue get before you part urith your money. a-- ar a- WHY IS THE W. L. DOUGLAS 83 SHOE cen^lIVren THE BEST 8HOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY? It t« a wamleMshoe, wiih t,u u- wax thread to Lurt )he feet made of (Lie b*»t line calf, *usy, grsule than nay other manufarturer, Mwed costing from «Pdaa stamped on the bottom of (y "A BAKING POWDER TEST. 111 1 IT V Garden Seeds (iarden Seeds Garden Seeds tarden Seeds Garden Seoda iarden Seeds SIOUX CITY HFLK SEEDS, TO THE PUBLIC: A& Box —Goods and ocane in Irokets Stoux Gity Bulk Seeds are every one Fresh and reliable. obtainable only at THE BOOK STORE. stylish and t/eravne w mnkr more ahorx of this it Ctiuals Dand- to $5.00. ftS OOfjcnniur itand-arwrd, (hndnfftalf shoe ever offers.I for equal# French Imported shot s nhirh civ.t frotn (fea 00 Iliind-Sewfil \YIt f»hoc, ®"r stylish, fln« comfortable calf. and durable. The beat •noe ever offered at tin* price same grade as cus tom made thfes cost I Tig from #•.«, to $•' 50 I'ollof Khars Fanners. Kailroad Men 9vi and I.etUT Carriers all wear them tlneealf, seamless, smooth inside heavy tlirco soles, exteo glonedKe. One pair will wear a y ear. ttA 30 fine ali i no better sh'io ever offered at this one trial will convince sIi.rice who want a CO 95 nnd 94.00 \Vorkinauian,n shoes are wry strong have given arid durable. Those who them a trial A will wear no other make. vtl 9Z.99 aad SI.75 school shoe* an* BUI O worn by the boys everywhere they sell oa their merits, as the increasing sales show. I oHIao 9X00. liandHtewed shoe, best UflU ICO Pongola, verygtrllah equalsKrencb Imported shoes costing from to tcjou. Ladies' 'J.SO, S4.00 aad ll,?K shoo for Misses are the best flneDongola. Stylish aud ilurable. Caatlaa.—Bee that W. L. Donclaa' name aad price are each shoe. nr TAKE NO BUBBTITUTK^t hunston local adrertised dealerssapptyinc ytia. WTjl. DOVGUkH, Braektea. MwT&liW THE FAIR, Palmer A C'arey, Madlsou^H. D. HAUDVIAItJb. (iO TQF.1 R. C. McCallisier's Hardware 8tore and examine JEWEL Vanor Stoves. A complete line of Heavy and Shelf Hardware and Build ers' Materials HfTin Bfcop ia comoection with Store PLOI H. FEED, Bte. O. S, JONES, A •r-'f I As heretofore Don't send away—See what yoo THE BOOK MTORK. MRBCHANT TAILOR1XU. VILilNlijJjMljiNThomas&Ronning'sp^fietT^'lv/rD'NTTivrrnT Artistic Tailoring Establishment. A tine line of piece goods just re ceived. Also a large line of samples to select from. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. First door east of the post-ofllcce. 11 •AKERM' «00»8,VRi:iT§ AMD CONFECTION KB Y. THE MODEL, John Efistcr'g New Bakery and Fruit Store, STWM. "ROWLAND'S OLD STAND, i——Mmmmmmmmmmrnrnm 4 oi^the: A OOMPLF.T3 NEW STOCK THROUGHOUT. Fresh and Canned Fruits, Fresh Vegetables, and an excellent line of lakers" supplies. Be sure to buy your Stui day supplies at The Model Bakery. a* Central Blk. \orth. BAKE1H«, COLLECTIONS, ETC. I Fm*. President. Titts, W. A. Mackay, Tice President. CMhier. NATIONALBANK Capital and Surplus, $61,500. A General Banking Busi ness Transacted. Foreign and Domestic Exchange Boughtfanl'* Collections a Specialty. tar-A competent collector constantly employed to attend to colleetions in surrounding country. CF~Monej loaned oa real satate lot capitalists. tboss hm-lorcomfort and service. COMBJBUPON DUKia I riemlca! National Batik, 5ew Yo¥£. First National Bank, Chicago. Hioux Fail? National Bank. Sioox Falls,S O. CITY MEAT MARK ST. City MealJIarket. Keeps constantly on h&nd ft iNil line of FRESH CURED HEATS Fish, Fowl and Game, in season. A. A. Vomer K§m Am and Main & GOETHEL & COL DBAVLVU. PRAYING Bone on short notice, tty L. I. FISHER. CAKPENTBl CHARLES GLATZ. Contractor and Builder. DEAFNESS, Its Causes and Cure, 1 fr. 9EALE1UI Flour, Feed, and Grain, Ctosollne tK Kerosene. v'-'" treated by an aurist of worldkwlde itelycttrpt! all ac«i removed, ftiby exv ante amd te*tiBoai«l« e Scientifically treate repataloa. Deafness eradicated tad entirely •ftron80to 30 yean1 itandisK.after all other UeatmeBta have failed. Bow tae dUBcolty reached aad the caase removed, ftiby erplair-d ia circulars, with affidavit* amd teeti«oi cores from prominent peaple, mailed tree Dr. Bu JTOUMTAIHK v W 34 Wf Mth 8t,Nii a, •. .- f.