*AUI!"»N, *orni DAKOTA.
TUESDAY EVENING. ALU. 9,1892.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
MntU, 1 rear..
mail, 1 rear...
mail, S months .. *"?r
by earner, per
t*«fsT^)1r:c Inform at ior. concomlpR the mwo
tioe* and resources of the city of Msalson ana
Ae etst« st large, entitling It to the patroaa#e
tt advertiser* of every class.
J. F. STAHL, PropCMtOT.
!Ht Vt«» President—
WHITE LAW RE III,
of S*w York
ilpaMteui iUM Ticket.
•Si Presidential Elector*—
cHAKLES J.BLELL, of Pennlnfftua.
GEORGE W. KISt.SBURY, o! Yankton.
JOHN .FROTUERO, of Codington.
Hi EORGE A. 8ILSBY, of DfcTtSOB.
J. A PICKLER, of Faulk.
W. V. LUCAS, of Fail River.
H. SHELDON, of Day.
USt Lleatenant Governor—
C.N. BERHEID, of McPti«**.
ttt Secretary of State—
^Tho«. THORSON, of Uncola.
W. W. TAYLOR, of Spink.
Wot Attorney General
Co*. I. CJ
K Auditor of State—
J. E. HIPPLE, of Ilntchinsott.
erintendent of Public Iu*tract 1
Mt Commissioner of Public
SALMON, of Tara«r.
T. H. RUTH, of Kinn»bury.
Ptot Comm:f p'otier of Labor !?tatiitic»—
WALTER McKAY, of Lawrence.
Harry Barr, an express clerk at Aber
deen, has skipped, with the ofBcera in
pursuit, bein^ au embezzler i& tixe
Along with the World's Fair appropri
ation of 82,500,000 was a condition that
the Fair should not be opened oa Sun
day and thus the Sunday opening ques
tion is definitely settled.
Chicago, like Madison, does not want
to hear Breckinridge orate now. He
went back on the World's Fair appropri
ation and Chicago would like to go back
OB him as its orator. Perhaps it will.
Minnesota has been the victim of sev
eral severe storms of late, of wind and
hail, which have done much damage to
orops, farm buildings and towns. North
field, Litchfield, Marshall and vicinities
all suffered heavily.
Hutchinson county will raise a county
aaat fight at an early day if the commis
aioners will allow it. Olivet has been
county seat for twenty years bat is not
on a railroad. Parkston, Menno and
Tkipp are the new aspirant*.
The seven Gulf states require 7,500,000
barrels of Hour. This is quite an outlet
(or northwestern wheat and a strong ar
gument in favor of improving our water
ways towards the south and also for di
verting railroad freightage from present
parallels of latitude to longitudinal lines.
No more will be heard from demo
watic sources of the "billion dollar"
congress. The democratic congress just
adjourned has exceeded that limit at the
rate of nearly fifty millions in the first
half of its term. Democratic hypocrisy
ia not all on the surface. It enjoys get
ting down into the treasury aa often as
Traveling Agent Jordan, of the Mil
waukee system estimates the wheat
yield of South Dakota this year at 55,060.
000 bushels while C. E. McKinney,
state railroad commissioner, estimates it
at 70,000,0^0 bushels. Split the dif
ference aad it would be just one bushel
of wheat for every man, woman and
child in the United Statea. It would
only take just six more such states to
fled them all.
ISene Mtraage Kckeata
Pierre Free Press, 4: Royal B. Stearns
Of Stanley county, is justified in making,
a big kick on a certain matter and is
going about to make it. Mr. Stearns
was, until the date of the late state
convention at Madison, secretary of the
publican state league. While in
on the 20th it came to his ears
for the first time that there was going
to be a delegate meeting of the league
that day. lie, of course, investigated
and found out the place and hour of
holding the meeting and was on hand
to learn the nature of the steps. When
be entered the hall he found
Greene, president of the league, with
aaveral other men present, and he was
invited to take his place at a table to
act in the capacity of secretary. Then
Mr. Greene and the few others present
gpt their heads together and as a result
tfioee present, except the officers were
constituted a committtee, upon -notion,
to retire and name a list of permanent
officers for the earning year. It was at
thia juncture that Mr. Stearns arose and
protected against the tranaactions,
claiming that they were irregular from
the fact' that due notice of the meeting
had not been given, aad that the clubs
of the state were not represented. Never
theless theoookad end dried proceedings
vent through. Mr. Stearns is well jus
tified in ssiiiig that inch work be aired,
and that far the food e the republican
eawes such snap doings be set down on
aad a new deal had. Mr. Greene is also
circulating a circular latter to the
various county, state and federal officials
all over South Dakota asking them to
an»d fefan one per osntof their aalaries
to ba aad ia the twrtharsDoe of the
objects the state lasgva has in view
ie done vusdsr Mr. Stearna'name as
asoraf SIT of the leagoe, but without hi*
teowWftfciace aTotof other work of
tSsMMM natal* Said circular letter
afsa rtatod JnlT ft mst hrfnii tha flat* of
the election held, when Mr. Green did
not know possibly, that he would le re
elected There was another aseensnient
umdelast spring of which Mr. Stearns
does not have the particulars, even to
the amount of money turned in. The
Free Press agrees with Mr Stearns that
it is time to call a halt and enquire the
why of the wherefore of such actions.
He wants these facts put squarely be
fore the republicans of the state that
he may pe relieved of any censure that
mey come from these numerous
ments made by Mr. Greene.
The foregoing interview with the sec
retary of the republican state league ia
no doubt genuine aad furthermore,
timely and proper. This man, H. L.
Greene, is a fraud of the first water, and
acted so all during the campaign a year
ago. After agreeing to subordinate his
office to that of the state central com
mittee and work through it and in
unison with it, he took matters into his
own hands, levied assessments when and
where he pleased without accounting
for the same, and virtually nullified in a
great measure the work of the state
oentral eommitte, and by his doings
brought discredit and mistrust into the
The sneaking character of the fellow
ia shown in the stealthy way he secured
his reelection at Madison this year and
the gall he has manifested in making
aasessments on officers when there is no
campaign on. This Greene is in it for
what he can make out of it for Greene,
and his name is not to be confounded
with that of Joe Greene, the new chair
man of the state central committee, who
is an honest man and no relative of thia
shyster. Mr. Stearns, the old secretary
oannot do a better thing for the repub
lican party than to call a meeting of
the republican state leagua of South
Dakota and have this fellow bounced
bodily and a good man put in his place.
The sooner it is done too, the better for
JOY FO« 9A.LDHEADS.
AU Invention That Prowtsea t« a(*JM E4ia
Woith Living for Many.
The wind has long been tempered to
the shorn Limb, but the baldhead has
had to take the blasts as they came. No
special dispensations in the matter of
weather have been made on his uccouct.
He has had to look out for muiself, and
the fact that he survives so numerously
is perhaps better evidence of his hustling
ability than of his innate goodness.
Why, no one appears able to tell, but
certain it is that from time immemorial
there has been none to do the baldhead
It will be remembered that when the
original baldhead was making his way
toward Bethel the children by the way
side requested him to "go up." This
expression has no place in modern slang,
but compliance with the order doubtless
involved a journey to sections not down
on our list of desirable habitations. Be
that as it iuay, the fact remains that the
caput destitue of hairy adornment has
all along been the butt for universal
But it is a long lane which has no
turning, and the baldhead's turn has
come at last. Some enterprising philan
thropist has invented a polish for the
hairless crown which is warranted to
turn it into a thing of beauty and joy
forever. This blessing comes in the
shape of a polish, which is easily ap
plied by a barber and imparts to the al
ready shining crown a shine so brilliant
that it dazzles the eyes and so smooth
that u|on it no fly can gain a foothold.
Those who have never experienced
the joys and sorrows of baldness may
not be able to appreciate the value of
this discovery. The value is there just
the same. With a little care the polish
can be made windtieht and mosquito
proof, and the bald headed man will no
longer fall an easy prey to the influenza
laden breezes, while he can lie down to
dreams unbroken by the assaults of
winged things. Surely the baldhead
millennium is at hand.
The direct moral influence of this dis
covery cannot be overrated. With his
sparsely thatched crown protected from
the attacks of envious Cascas the bald
head will recover from his tendency to
ward the use of unauthorized expletives,
and he may even rise to the point of
taking a front seat in the sanctuary in
fly time. Relieved of the necessity for
turning his skull into a block upon
which to butcher the musca domestics,
etc., he will be able to turn his whole
thought to the sermon, thus setting a
worthy example to the congregation
while absorbing truths of which he has
long stood in need.
If there is justice in all things, the
man who makes two blades of grass
grow where one has grown before will
have to take a back seat when title in
ventor of the polish for baldheads comes
in for his reward.
Verily, these be glorious times, and
the baldhead is one of the chief partici
pators in them.—Troy Times.
Big Fire at Uttamwa.
Ia., Aug. 9.—The Ken-
Ventilated Barrel and Box factory wsa
burned. will rebuild. Manager
Moss was prostrated by the heat and is
in a critical condition.
The Republican Campaign ia the Wist
ta Be Bnn bj a Sab*€aa»
Campbell, tftuton, Rosewater,
aad Paine Will Save
Tons ef Campaign Literature Being
Vlfepared by the Congressional
Aug. •.—The Herald says
the Republican campaign in the West
will be directed from Chicago by the
following eommitte, 8ubjc*ct to the na
tional executive committee: W. J.
Campbell, of Illinois J. N. Huston, of
Indiana E. Rosewates of Nebraska &.
G. Evans, of Minnesota H. C. Payne,
The committee will meet the latter
part of the next week, probably. The
day has not been fixed. Their head
quarters will be at the Grand Pacific.
Mr. Campbell will be elected chairman.
The committee will have supervision
over the canvass in Indiana, Illinois and
Wisconsin, three states regarded as
doubtful, and all over the West. It is
subordinate to the executive committee,
but its decisions will be regarded as
settling questions pertaining to the
The work of the executive committee
will be still further subdivided. William
O'Brady, the Kentucky member, will
have charge of the Southern states J.
H. Mauley and Sam Fesseuden in New
Another meeting of the executive
committee will be held Friday or Satur
day. The compensation of the officers
and employes of the national committee
Is to be fixed.
HARD AT WORK.
Much Campaign Literature Being FM.
pared br Congressional ComiuittM*.
In many of the districts the campaign
has already begun. Both of the con
gressional committees are pleasantly lo
cated, the Republicans in the old Snider
civil service club house and the Demo
crats in the Loan and Trust building.
These headquarters will be the shipping
places of tons and tons of campaign
literature. A Democratic campaign
book has already made its appearance.
It is a compact little volume of sixty
four pages, with a cover illuminated in.
red, white and blue and with a defiant
eagle, a brilliant flag and a hundred
small representations of a ship of the
new navy conspicuous upon it. It is
mainly devoted to the tariff, but the
federal elections bill and the alleged in
fluence of officeholders at the Minneap
olis convention are mentioned. The
compilation of the volume, which is
merely a Democratic primer to precede
the large campaign book, is mainly the
work of Representative Bvnuih.
Pico leers Drowned.
Mass., Aug. 9,-—A boaf
overloaded with ten Hebrew picnicers
from this city was overturned on Lee#
pond, Leesnlle, near this city. None of
them could swim and Gearge F. Brierly
and two other young men jumped into
the water and pulled all but two ashore.
The drowned are Annie Bernestein, aged
18 years, who had just come over from
Poland and was visiting here, and A.
Harris, aged 5, daughter of Daniel
Harris, of Harris & Polashinski, cloth
Torpedo Boat Sank.
boat No. 72, has been sunk off "The
Maidens," a cluster of rocks off the East
coast of Ireland, in the Irish sea. Th-i
torpedo boat had collided with torpedo
boat No. 77, and received such injuries
that she went down soon after. The"
crew of fifteen were saved and landed at
Shot bf Hoodlum*.
OkT-EAXS, Aug. 9. Corp iral
John Fitzgerald was shot in the back
and fatally wounded by one of a gang of
young hoodlums while trying to makd
an arrest. The gang were making thei
night hideous and the police seemed un
able to quiet them. Fitzgerald's assail
ant escaned and is unknown.
Bellpaaa Every Day on apt tor.
Eclipses are everyday affairs on Jnpi
«r. Three of its satellites are eclipsed
ft every revolution of that mighty
globe, so that a spectator there might
witness during the Jovian year 4,fH)0
eclipaes of moom: and about the same
number of eclipses of the son by moons.
JALBPMF FLTOEWMIIEIHW AE'STAAII*
Why is Pears' Soap-^the
best in the world, the soap
with no free alkali in ifr—
sold for 15 cents a cake?
It was made for a hospital
soap in the first place, made
by request the doctors
wanted a soap that would
wash as sharp as any and
do no harm to the skin.
That means a soap all
soap, with no free alkali in
it, nothing but soap there
is nothing mysterious in it
Cost depends on quantity
quantity comes of quality.
All sorts of stores sell
it, especially druggists all
sorts of people use it, espe
cially those that know what's
Aug. 9.—During the
next three months the headquarters of the
congressional campaign committees in
this city will be in constant touch with
the movements of both parties in every
congressional district in the country.
A feeling of uncertainty as to the out
come will make hard work necessary
and the territory with which senators
and members have already left the city
to participate in the campaign practi
cally indicates that there will be no lack
of shoulders to carry the burden.
Oils, Flour and Feed* and Seeds.
South Egan Arena*, Madison.
ATT© It Si EYH.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
08toe in the Court House
of and whole*
BUTTON & SMYTPE,
Wmrmnmr. C%f. Wmrmtr
FARMER & FARMER,
ATTORNEYS FCOUNSELORS AT LAW
Office over J. J. Fitzgerald's store.
UADI SUGAR &
Aug. 9.—The British torpedo
SAKEKY, COXFKCTIOXERY, Etc.
H. J. Patterson,
DELL RAPTOJ 6RAMTE QOAHLJES.
J^eave orders for building
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nRllPftt A If FN *ur
yrtUK.no I AI\Cll
PHOTOGflflPS. $2.00 0 D0ZEK,
from old and faded pictures.
Artistic Sittings. Difficult Groups and Baby
1 I i-
Tn Older to introduce my work in every home I will makf* this special $
laicnii FOB 8 SUIT TTO1E OILY.
pictures finished in Crayon, India Ink,
Pastel and Water Color. COPYING and
Anyone desiring views of Residences or Farms will do well to
BAKERS' »OOns,FRriTB AID CONFECTIONERY.
John Pftster's New Bakery aud Fruit Store,
any part of
the city. Will furnish
ice for the season,
L. 1. FIHUKK.
fall supply of fresh
IT IS A
I *VT A s. V,
HOT WEATHER fSbVinEealE,tatare'™nOT^
•fcDALY & TOBIN.:*
erous sales, and receive inquiries daily for property.
MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE
Your oorperty Daly
DHl'UM, MFDKiXEN. PAIXTH, Ete.
seen that Ele
gant Stock of
nwr MCEmro *r
FRANK C. SMITH,
A r- %&>
E. R. HILL,
at low rate
Tobin. They represent the
DALY & TOBIN,
Madison, South Dakota.
Fruits, Fresh VEGETABLESR
BANKlltt, VOLLECTIOXS, ETC.
9. D.Trm, G. L. MCCaluvtsk, W. A. MACKAIW
President. Assistant Osehier. CMblet,
lar-Monejr ioaaed oa teal tsuts let X:
Ofcowletl y»tton*l Bank, New York.
Chemical Natioual Bauk, CblcaRO.
National Batik of Commerce, Minneapolis.
tttoux Faiif National Bauk. bioux Falls,
Capital and Surplus, $61,500.
A General Banking Bus!*
Foreign and Oomettfc £xohattgt Bougktlm$
80fd. OoHwthn* a 8p«oialiyk
Safety Deposit Vaults.
C. H. WOOD.
DRUGS $ MEDICINES
Plush Goods, Album*, Fine Toilet boapi
Brushes, Combs, Toys, Fancy Goods,
Faints, Oils, Varnishes, Calsomine
Wall Paper, and a full line of
PrescriptUms carefully compounded dsw
/h AVKKU* 31AL Mtr\KOf
At 0. H. Wood's drug store, ii
prepared to supply the trade witji,^..
First Class Jewelry.
Eepaixing a Specialty.
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