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BUDD'S CHILDREN'S SH0E5. We have a big run on these, but many p^°P^e do not know what bargains these shoes are! The manufacturers are an old established firm. We deal direct with the manufacturer. No middle man's profit comes out of cur customer. The latter gets the benefit of our direct dealing with the manufacturer and every well advised person knows that Budd's Children's Shoes are the best on the market. We deal precisely the same wilh BEALS & TORREY who manufacture our Tlen's Shoe and precisely the same way with the Ladies' Bolton Shoe factory. These makes cannot b- surpassed in quality and you can see how we can undersell in price. FURNISHING GOODS—Beit Hats on the market Shirts any size, styie and quantity, Neckties, etc., etc. For the coming rainy weather ii daisy line of Umbrellas. This Is Shoe Week AT I NOW IS THE TIHE I FOR YOU ALL Bug Sam S etial Barjate Hi fannsfl c-ofls. I will meet any and all competition in price and quality. Call and get my prices. ©Ije HaUy geafcer MADIS02T, OFFICIAL PfiPEB OFWMD"COOST MONDAY, JULY 28, 1002. TEHMS OF HIJHMCKJl'TION. By mail, 1 ynar f-JiKi mail, months -j.oii By miiil, 3 moritliH 1.IHI y mail, 1 month 35 *y carrier, per \v«*ek JO •I. F. STAHL,, I'ro|iri'tor. LISTEN LADIES You ought just to see our beautifuljline of Laces, Embroideries, Appliques,Trim mings, etc. Your eyes would sparkle. We have some snaps for the economic housewife. Towels, coarse and fine -Turkish Tow els, 5c each 10c or 3 for 25c half cotton half linen, 2 for 25c. GROCERIES. We have a number of packages of Tea Nibs as good for steeping as 50c tea. We sell it for 30c also bulk coffee for 10c. THE FAIR. This week we will give you the big gest bargains in all kinds of shoes ever offered in Madison. You all know what a cut in our Shoes means. Understand now that we are not offering you a lot of odd sizes, old styles, or needle toes, but good honest Shoes that will fit and suit you. We do not name any prices but if we do not suit you, then you may put us down as back uumbars. Come in. THE FAIR. 20 lbs. Granulated Sugar $1.00 XXXX Coffee per lb. .10 4 lbs. Cut Loaf Sugar .25 17 lbs. Cut Loaf Sugar 1.00 Horse Shoe Tobacco per lb. .45 Spear Head Tobacco per lb. .45 7 bars Lenox Soap .25 10 bars Cabinet Soap .25 6 bar3 Floating Soap JAflES S. SLACK. DAKOTA. H. A. bTAUL, BuHint-M! Mar^agpr. TEliKPHONK, SO. 13*. And now the alleged meeting of ex Senator Pettigrew and other prominent populists at New Y'ork to form a new party organization proves to be all a hoax made out of whole cloth. His RUWli, including Ceo. H. Shipley of Washington, I). (_\. at the Oriental hotel on that occasion emphatically declare i there was no politics in the meeting and the reported political actions of the con ference were all pure fabrication-. It is evidently the experience of be lied about. E U E Mammoth Store FOR THE LADIES We have Tailor Made Suits, Over Skirts, Silk Waists, Shirt Waists, Magnificent lines of good, beautiful styles. LADIES' CORSETS. rtanufactured by the Ladyship Corset Co., with whom we deal direct, no middlemen, an old standard company which sells only a sta ple article of the latest and best pattern. We make a specialty however of sell ing a nice Summer Corset for J. A. great men o Y ankton ha-secured cheap excurnicn rates on all railways entering that city and on August 14, will have a big carni val, the prominent features of which will be a bull dog tight, sparring match and a clam bake. Two big oxen will be barbecued. State Superintendent Collins has re Reived fnm Anbassador C'hoate a com munication concerning the scholarships provided for in Cecil Rhodes' will. Ac cording to the will each state can select a candidate each succeeding year to go to Oxford to attend one of the many colleges there. Superintendent Collins believes a uniform method should I e adopted by the states for choosing can didates,and is accordingly corresponding with state superintendents to that end. Mr. Collins realizes that a scholarship at Oxford for three years, and an allow ance of £1.500 annually is no mean gift, anil is greatly interested in the selection of the first representative from South Dakota The manner of selection is not definitely settled by the will, but it rec ommends that four conditions be set tled in making the choice. Academic training and heart qualites each count sixty points, while athletic standing and general leadership count forty each. It i- hoped that selections can be made in time so that scholars may begin next vear. The state treasury ha re vived from the general gov. rument a draft for 8*2." OuO for the maintenance of the state ag ricultural college the aid being from the Morrill fund. Vicar (Jenrral Stariha of St. Paul says positively that he will not accept the new bishopric of Lead, S. D., recently tendered him. He says he has no am bition for church honors and prefers to stay with his St. Paul people. Over 300 horses were sold at the horse fair in Pierre on the 21th. The animals -old rapidly, as high as ?S0a head in car lots being paid for rangers, bidding on good horses was spirited. The next sales day will be September 17. The bootblacks of Vaukton have formed a union and hereafter nothing cheaper than a 10 cent shine can be ob tained. The barbers also of that cily have formed a union and raised the price of a shave to ei-nr-. The only woman inniate in the South Dakota penitentiary, Mrs. Vanie Dick man. sentenced for a statutory offense, was pardoned by Gov. Ilerreid on rec ommendation of the board of pardons, and released Friday. She returned to *r home in Urule countv. Scott IJabcock of Col ton is held to the United States court for selling liquors without a government license. In de fault of liail he lies in jail. Aberdeen citizens are talking a fall carnival and have called a public meet ing to consider it. The state board of equalization should inert at Pierre to day and proceed to business if all returns are in, which will probably not be the case. The returns of half the counties thus far show an increase of assessed valuation of over five million dollars. The state treasurer has received a certificate from the county judge of Hanson county, calling for the money which was deposited about a year ago as the portion of the Kaufman estate in that county which belonged to a lost heir. A Mrs. Jensen of Racine, Wis., claimed the money, and has shown to the satisfaction of the Hanson county court that she is entitled to it. A harmless substance rhat drives away all life destroying germs that baf fle me lical skill. An antidote for suffer ing humanity. Rocky Mountain Tea, 35 cents.—Frank Smith. NO PALSK CLAIMS. The proprietors of Foley's Honey and Tar do not advertise this as a "sure ciire for consumption." They do not claim it will cure this dread complaint in adv anced cases, but do positively assert that it will cure in earlier stagey and never fails to give comfort and relief in tho worst cases, Foley's Honey and Tar is without doubt the greatest throat and lung remedy. Refuse substitutes.—CLs'm Shuts. TWO BOTTLKS CI'iiKD KIM. "I was troubled with kidney com plaint for about two years," writes A. H. Davis of Mt. Sterling, la., but two bot tles of Foley's Kidney Cure effected a permanent cure." Chris Shutz. Of 19C.I WATER FALLING rtXM Suffering Seriously Frjpm Long Continued Rains. Dallas. Tex.. July L'S.-- Tho delude of rain which has been pouring over (en tral Toxas since Tlr.'.rsday and ln:u which has been covering the western portions of the state sinco S\uula has not abated. In addition to the thiee lives lost at Stephetisville there has been much property damage. VNithin four hours at Cameron fifteen inches of rain fell. A thousand feet ot thr Santa Fe track was carried away and a portion of the Avansa? Pass road de stroyed. Little river rose twenty feet in eight hours and is now hanktul. but slowly receding. The streets ot Cam eron are badly damaged and farms in the bottom lands are being Hooded. I3ig Spring:? is probably the greatest sufferer from the flood from a property standpoint as the water Is over the town from four to twenty feet deep. The second overflow came at 2 o'clock Friday morning and within a few hours business houses and residences were badly Hooded. The track tor ten miles west of Big Springs has been washed out and the bridges are gone. Fifty passengers are watorbound here and no attempt will be made to run trains until the rain ceases and the water recedes. The foundations o' brick and stone buildings are darn aged and many are expected to col lapse. The damage will be enormous, but an estimate cannot be made ac curately for the town has been under water for three days and will be inun dated for three days more. I At Waco the lira/.os was still ris ing at midnight and was within one foot of the danger line. It is still rain I ing there.. Ii the rain continues much longer the cotton crop will suffer. MARKET IN A FLURRY, July Oats Fluctuates WilcJIy on ItW Chicago Board. Chicago. July 2S.—Clreat excitement ruled the oats pit during the day. Prices fluctuated so widely and wild ly that speculators were almost panic stricken. In twenty minutes July new oats dropped from '.!0 cents to cents, a loss of It'- cents from the opening of tradt\ In half an hour more the price roekeifd to t7 cents, the closing quo tation. The cau^e of the pandemotv ium was the rumor that James Patten, who is supposed to control contracts for about bushels of long stuff, which shorts fear they cannot de liver. had allowed his unfortunate oj ponents to settle at about 7" cents. No support was given the market for some time. Receipts of oats, which have not been liberal for some time, w ere mu improved, at 224 cars. A liberal movement was estimated for next week. Fair weather has he#n drying out the ovcrwet fields to sum 1 extent and other conditions favored a natural decline in prices. With the Patten contracts out of the way the crowd started to let the mar ket take its course and thrash out the inflation in values. July new oats, which opened firm at 71 cents, floun dered to r.r» cents b--fore any support came. Then the small shorts heard that no settlement had been mad", the few speculators who sold unguardedly rushed bac k to cover and with a whoop prices jumped to t»7 cents. Trade was not particulaily heavy but fluctuations were very ragged. Quotations were 2 cents apart many times. Other grains felt the depressing influence of the stampede, especially July options. The net loss in July oats was .T* cents. July wheat closed 2 cents down at 741i. and July corn 2U cent* lower, at €3. KILLED BY GREAT DANE DOCS. Wife of a Pa*ls Business Man, Former ly an American Girl. New York, July 2S.—Mne-. IMmnnd Sempis, who. before her marriage a vear ago. was Miss Louise Rutherford jf Brooklyn, has been set upon, says a Paris dispatch to the World, by two hunger-maddened Great Dane dogs which had been secured to guard her husband's country house at Ami v I.a!:e and so terribly injured that sb" died two hours after the attack. M. Sempis is a prominent business man in Paris. IJ is home at Annecy I^ake is isolated and following a recent attempt by burglars to ent the place he pur chased two powerful Great I)an s as guards. The clogs proved so ferocious that they were confined in an iron enclosure during the dayrima for the safety of the family. Mine, hemp noticed the dogs while she was walking in the yard and know, ing that they hail been without food determined to l',rd them, as they were apparently quiet. She ordered the cook to prepare a bowl of meal and carried it to the kennel, the woman ac companying her. The instant Mme. Sernpls entered the iron enclosure the Great Danes leaped upon her like hungry tigers. They bore her 1o the ground and as she vainly sought to defend herself their teeth sank in her arms and body. Hor stuggles apparently maddened tho animals the more. The coachman heard the screams of Mme. Sempis and the cook. Mme. Sempis begged the man to save her. Do ran to the stable to get a pitchfork When he returned the Great Danes had fearfully torn their victim. The coach man fought the brutes into a corner and kept them there until the cook summoned neighbors and carried Mme. Sempis from the enclosure In a dying condition. NOTE FOUND AT ItACINt. Miss Florence Ely and Nephew May Have Suicided. Chicago, July 28.—A discovery Which may throw some light upon the fate of Miss Florence Fly and her lu phew, Frank Rogers, who disappear ed from the home of the boy's parents in Evanstori last year, has been made at Racine, Wis., says a local paper. A piece of cardboard which was found near the river there bore the following words: "Oct. 10, 1001—Ma and pa meet us In heaven. We are going to commit suicide—Miss Florence Fly and Frank Rogers." Miss Ely and her nephow were traced to Racine where they stopped at a hotel. They took a car north from there and no further trace of them could be found, At Fitzgerald's MEETS MAD MULLAH'S FORCE. British Punitive Expedition in Contact With Tribesmen. Aden. Arabia. July 2S.—The Mritish expeditionary force operating against the Mad Mullah in Kast Africa, after scouting northeast of Da mot over an absolutely waterless country, learned the general direction of the Mullah's forces and his prisoners and sent off a mounted column under Colonel Cobbe, which, after an eighty-mile chase across the desert, came in con tact with the tribesmen, killed I.*" ot them and captured camels and ll'.Ooit sheep. The P.ritish had eight men killed and four wounded. Dropping Dead In the Streets. Cairo. Egypt. July 2S.—One hun dred and twenty-four cases of cholera bave been reported in this city. The drinking fountains have been closed. The epidemic is of virulent character. Many natives are attacked in th streets and die in a few minutes. Caused Some Loss of Life. Vancouver. H. July 2s.—The heavy gale which has been blowing for the past forty-eight hours is responsi ble for two known deaths ami there is every reason to believe that eight or ten other men have been drowned in the storm-tossed waves. MOVING Pianos, safes, Household floods and all other kinds of moving done prompt ly by Hi iiKM.i. Rkos. Mother Alwuys K• It llamlr •'My mother sullered a long time from distressing pains and general ilihealth due primary to indigestion," says 1. W. Spalding. Verona, Mo. "Two yearn ago I got her to try Kodol. She grew better at once and now at the age of seventy six. eats anything nhe wants, remarking hat she fears no bad effects as she has Iut battle of Kodol handy." I)oii't waste time doctoring s\ mptoms. (Jo after the cause, If your stomach is sound your health will be good. Kodol rests th« stomach and strengthens the Ud) by digesting \our food. It isr.at* ure's own cook. ook A Kice. A. R. Hasp, of Morgnntowf lnd.. had to get up ten or twelve tones in the it.'ht ami had severe backache and p'tir.s in the kidnejs. Was cured b\ Foley's Kidney Cure. Chi is Shut/.. Wle n midirlHf* l»av« Taktt Foley's Kidney Cure, It lias cured when every thing elee has disap P«inted, -Chris Sl.utz. AFTER SHAVING, POND'S EXTRACT Coo!?, Comforts «nd Hoa!» the SMn. f the Must Tcnd.r Fscc to ErVy a C' sa Shave Without Unpleasant Results. Avoid !an::ercus, irri'atir.if Witi 'i II izt-I preparations represented to s.un- as" J')\!j'.s KXTRAC. Win- e.i«:ly M.itrand ^nerptly conta.a wood a ticuu'y poison. 4 V r- ''.T'.r "f -J'i,. Ucr I- hi'pitiy L'ive" hy ||r»« mllliiliit-tni trtx \v Itll the will :mhexed of tlie.-Mat* of Tliom- 'lei eiifell, to the •Tedltorn i,f llll(| .l li.ll H1X III.,llfl.H after the firrt Kill nf thi- liotlie, til the Willi .i'liiiiriMr itnv !»t her in ,,f »**». latei ut Mialifcoi,, 8. D., July 7th, 1 !*n!. AJrriini.trM'ix with the u'ilf 'the ,.J 1 it" ol I I.miiiih annody, d«'ee:iW(J. ...iTi'lr!,trix "l,lr"ly" A BEST OUTFITS IK THE CITY. All kinds of Draying done i promptly, also moving household goods. Piano & Safe /"loving a specialty. SUMS & HUE!. Elegant Line of Muslin Underwear Hosiery of all kinds and the most popular of all corsets, HENDERSON S. If you area n balm BEST a r-'I'.t V '"I""- a^'xilirt the Klt.1 defe, to exhibit III. II,, lJ V* it ll the |,e,,.*HtirV V«.i|r'hep.' BRANDS i 11.,r Al1,,rm,-VB U,r Art (iimlit J. J. Fitzgerald. ^SPECIAL SALES 2 At McG ILLIVRAY'S That will give customers big bargains. One of these is our stock left of V"C. "SOS quality and Summer Wash Goods. We want to close them out and have placed a selling: price on ©very article, making many choice bargains. Our Special Shoe Counter Contains a larger mi 111 Iter of genuine snaps than any otlnr in tow n. They are all standard makes and the cut price low you will almost think you were made a present of them ing* threw buyer you won't miss these bargains. N. I). ricGILLIVRAY. KMPORIUn. Everything wanted in a house for Comfort, Convenience or Necessity. We offer you the biggest stock to choose from in the city. Beauty, Utility and Durability arc prime qualities of ail the F:tirniture we hiive to sell. Special attention given to Undertaking and Em JJ JJ*JJ JJJJJ JJ jw" 1 R. C. McCALLISTER, .irnrrrrrpirrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.rrrfrrrrrrrrrff 616 EganAve. O E I E 5 TEA. COFFEE. BAKING POWDEK. cvcr)"""K ir«iccry 1 CRACKERS, FRUITS, rt'*h. prlcc. LOUIS MAI rMcy dealer IN CHOICE WINES & LIQUORS .01^™ gQ .,,, ine at lowest l'r'--c" Cnn suit you on •,"'h TOM CAREY. .. immmMMi"****" fa„S 0 0 n o n 1 jj Ave. .th s,„„.