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'$ I w" w—^ 1000— It's tlie "Come back again" trade that pays SHIRT WAISTS Former Price 50c to 60c now Former Price 75c to 85c now Former Price $1.00 now Former Price $1.25 to $2.00 now DIMITIES & LAWNS— Former Price 10c now Former Price I2j£c 15c & 18c now GROCERIES sRe13^:•,^N\Rbru',,:deTsacDka,,o J. CTljc gaily i'eabcu TKLI.FMOXK, Sit. 131, Incorporations tiled at Pierre are for nny and all purpose*. One recently filed is fcjr a teachers'bureau of information in regard to finding places to teach. It is capitalized for tflO.iMJ, has headquar ters at Big Stone City and its chief pro nioter is I. I). Aldrich, secretary of the |»:ird of regents. Another corporation ba.- filed articles for the purpose of hand ling the ginseng product of America. Its capital is one million dollars and the operator.-live at Hutfalo, X. Y. In thi connection it might be in place fostate that from the high price paid for gin seng these days the American product cannot be a very heavy burden to han dle at present, but the high price has started a furore for rai.-ing the stuff and it will likely become a fad. It is highly probable that B. H. Hub erts of L'tah who attempted to get into congress once but was ousted because of his polygamous practices, will try again this year. Just before his attempt to en ter congress on the former occasion, orn of hi, wives bore him twin girls, and now the name Mrs. Cecelia Roberts, bears him twin boys of which the father tg fiaid to be very proud. A box containing £4X) of the small silver and pennies stolen from the First National bank of Aberdeen has been discovered under the sidewalk about a block from the scene of the robbery. The discovery confirms the suspicion that the whole of the "swag' is buried somewhere not far away and that the robbers intended to use this box for ready money at the present time, in tending later on when the excitement bad died down to come for the big haul. Mitchell business men have finally subscribed $4,XX) towards the erection of a corn palace this fall and have deci ded to go ahead with it. President Gale of tho ortfuuuution has goi* to m*\ At fflcOILLIVRAY'S That will give customers big bargains. One of these is our Stock left of Summer Wash Goods. We want to close them out and have placed a selling price on every article, making nany choice bargains. Oar Special Shoe Counter a larger number of genuine .nnps th?.n any ether in town. They are all standard makes and the cut price so low you w ill almost think you were made a present of them. If yom are a shrpvvd buyer you wot miss these bargains. SOt-fil !)\KOlA. CFfiCIHl PflPEB OF SiTY 8*0 CflOmr IHUUSDAV, AU'iL'Sl l&01i. TI'.ItM* OF SI HM KIl'TION. Hy mail, 1 v-»r ily mull,' !ii'j!itli!i Hy muil.'i iiioiitliii l.i«i Hy until, 1 mouth -i' carripf, jwr »wk 10 J. F. STAIII.. Proprietor. H. A. Vl'AHL, Iiu*iiu-e« Mar.ag. r. E I S O E W»"W 0 %HV V« r» how" to sell better goods at a lower price than others which has made our business grow WE OFFER: 4©c 60c 75C 90c 07c IOC GREAT SHOE DEPARTMENT#. Take things as they come and if thay don't come, don't take them but by all means take ad vantage of the bargains in our great Shoe Department. Here is style, quality and fit at a price which will astonish you. N. D. HcGILLIVRAY. IM0»*»«6K'W»IW»«#oe«W^» WOW cure the attractions. A. Roche of Lrr.v re nee, Kas.. has been secured to decor ate the building, the exterior being coh ered with grains and grasses as in for mer years and the ladies of the city dec orating the interior. Judge Smith of the Mitchell district! ha.-adjourned the Aurora and Sanborn terms of court for September until a later period, to allow the farmers w IK might have to serve as witnesses or ju rors opportunity to keep on with their fall work at this pressing time of the year, .sensible move of the coi rt, Chas.Pfeff--r.th-- tJiiH- r, banker and capitalist of Kur- ka, has made a bet of *liJU with H. R. illiams. general mana ger of the Milwaukee road, that -ix mil lion bunhela of wheat- one r-eventb of the crop of South Dakota—will be mar keted on the lines west of Aberdeen, in eluding the O'Neill, Evarts and Hintor. branches. One man killed and another badly in jured by a blast in the SOj-foot level of the ilomestake mine, and the dead bod. of ac unknown man found in the river at Yankton, are the casualties recorded in South Dakota of the *J» th in-t. A Pierre dispatch of the inst. an nounces the marriage of Judge Fuller of the supreme bench of the state to Al. Lucy Warburton, also of Pierre, at To ledo, Iowa. Washington dispatch, L'T: E. F. Ciast has been appointed postmaster at Jloln, juist, Day county, vice August Oast, re signed. The postoffice at Brant Lake. Lake county, has been discontinued Ru ral free delivery routes will bo estab lished in South Dakota on October 1 as follows: Bath, Brown county, one route, area covered, 34 square miles, pop ulation served, 37Valley Springs. Min nehaha county, one route, area TJS square miles, population, 42o Warner, Brown county, one route, area 40 s.juare miles, population, 'M't. Aberdeen Xew.s, ^5: It has ju.st leaked out that on Saturday, the 10th inst., th discovery wa.s made that the court iiou.se vault and .safe of the treasurer of Kdmundi county had been robbed of *-\7(X)in gold. It i.s .said that the vault was found to be locked and in good or der at tho time the discovery was made, but that the safe in.side the vault was ouiid to be open. While the 32,700, all Ift gold, was tularin#, about $300 in cur- best it's the kindly smile of satisfaction a well COTTON CRASHES 15c Goods at Half Price. Demin & Duck Skirts $1.00 to $1.25 now 75c Cotton & Liuen Crash Skirts— $1.50 to $2.50 now $|.00 LACE TIES-At Half Former Price. LADIES' BELTS-35c, 40c & 50c now jgc RIBBONS—No. 40, correct width for neck ribbon we sell at 13c and narrower widths cor responding cheap. We not only meet all competition in prices, but offer the following specialties: Package Dust Tea, 15c, 2 packages for 25c. A fine Tea in steeping quality, equal to 50c tea for only 30c. Good bulk Coffee at 10c. Try our 35c Coffees, the best that money can buy. ft^From this time on we will have FRESH FRUITS in large variety and quality. JOHNSON'S A. SALES BIG STORE. reney and somewhere between 6100 and in jrold were found to be undis turbed. The matter was kept very qui et until the present time, and now it is impossible to get further details than fiose herein given. It is said that a number of detectives are 011 the ground, but so far there appears to be no clue to the person or persons who committed the robbery. Nor has anything trans pired to indicate whether the crime was committed during business hours, or at another time. ith £*200 conscience money returned to the state a year ago, and with what ooks he has gathered up and received by donation, Ciov. Herreid has furnished the library of the new industrial school at Aberdeen with a very tine collection of books. The board of regents also ap propriated *500 for the library which will t:ive it a good start. Educate Your Boacli With Cascareto. CVu'.y cifo constipation forever lfiC^£5c. It C. C- full, flr'J^CiSLS r. fi"Vi mnnr.y Mother Uivijs K«-. |)S a It Handy •My tn. •ther sufliTr.d a long time from Stressing pains and g. iu-ral ilihealth due primary to indigestion," says I. \V. •Spcikhi g. erona, .Mo. "Two years ago I Jot her to try Kodol, She gi'ew better at once and now at the age of seventy six. eats anything ebe wante, remarking that she fears 110 bad effects as she has ner buttle of Kod-d handy." Don't •vaste time doctorir: symptoms, (io •ift»*r the cause. Jf your stomach is j.'und your health will be good. Kodol rests th stomach and strengthens the body by digesting your food. It is nat -ire's own cook.— Cook A (Ueo. For Sale. Three lots on the ea.-t side of Kgan I avenue, in C. B. Kennedy's 2d addition. *300 per lot if taken this month. Write, .Mrs. C. E. Place, Sioux Falls, S. D., gen ?ral delivery. SITUATION IN NAYT1. Tro©p« of |he Provisional Gei#«rnment Evacuate Limbe. Paris. Aue. 28.—A dispatch rc-rcivcd here fiom Cape Haytien, Hayti. says the troops of General Nord, the minis ter of war of the provisional gov-m ment. have bc-en defeated and forep.' to evacuate Limbe and adds that the fighting continues. It is further re ported that the inhabitants of Aux Caves and Agulnd have risen aijaiu^t the provisional government and t!. General Simon, commander of the de paitment of the South, who has flared himself in favor of General Fir nan, is marching on fllragoan'c. How Are Ye«r Kldneya rmscnreankidiwy (Us. SMfr Add. b'.erii og i*ciut*Gy Co.. Ciiicutfo OT N. A«-t» Iiiimi-iilittely. Golds are sometimes more troublesome summer than in winter, it's so har to keep from adding to them while coo! rg off after exercise One Minute Cough Cure cures at once. Absolutely safe Sure cure for coughs, colds, croup, thro at and lung troubles Cook A Odee, Tr. at your Klfln. yn for Hht uiuatUni, VVhen jou are suffering from rheum 4tisin. the kidneys must be attended to at once ho that they will eliminate th« I uric acid from the blood. Foley's Kid ney Cure is the most effective remed) for this purpose. R. T. Hopkins, of Pol ir, Wis., says. "After unsuccessful!} doctoring three years for rheumatism *ith the best doctors, I tried Foley's Kidney Cure and it cured me. I cannot -ipeak to highly of this great medicine. Chris Shutz. 8a'- Of Jt. u I Jinate. Hy Wrtiw.f an or.I.-r imd „f ix i -Jn in touiiyhi (ttif hundrfft |h». rounn iirt of Lak»- roimty, South Uukotii, mad.- on thi •titioii of th.- iiinli-rfikrrn-(i, hurl.-H fir-lruunn r., mlimiiistrntor of tin- .-rtnf.- of CIihi-Imh Jli.-l' numii, il.-i vis.-.i, f,,r,u, oi-fl.-r to h-I1n-iil cnt.-it.- of iidli'f••'iirfjj on lstli ilav of Autriiht to w it: V0'* chull on or Mft.-r th..-:iri.!.-»/ of S^.t.-,„Lr,' I VJK -••llat jiriyiit'* r.ilf, at th»*t)ir-i' of J. J|. William 111,111 e.url O'liity, tin r« »l estate (lt-rcrilu'd a 'llow h, Th.- w.iithwrt «|iiBrt».rfi.w«4) of Hfrtion a V 1 1 I 1 w n i i v MIH| !r,' HDYR,1) fiv»» (lO'i alno lotH Two Uat.-.i thin isthday AiiL'iift A. I) j'xi-,'. CJ, rul 1 hr-'- (ii in H'-.tion Thirtv-f.ti.- fyn hikI lot i'onr in H.-rtlon Thirty tuo CVJ) ii, tou.,flH|, )ii'-hiiiidi-.-fl and hi no north of raii'c Hftv •.II" fr.l «(|t of th'* .Mh I'rinripal MiTidirm, a'l! .••iiar in I.uK.- ronnty, South Dakota, on the fol lowinj t.-rin-, to w.t: Not I.th than one third )a»nh on d.-liu-rv of Iw-d rf»i,v»-y,„j» «I.-nr till.-, and tho halanc- on not Iiior.- than two ii!) j.-arH tiinn, with int.-r.-t •itnix .t.iii.-r c-nt. tii.'i.nr. haf-.'rto ai.i.rov.-.l --f iirity and mortL'fttff on th.- |.r.-n,i-.-H J-old V -.-.-nr.- th- pavmoiit of th- in,j tid portion of th. purl-hut1.' in. iK-y. liidh for Hii.l land mui-t h.- i„ rjsrr'i "S""au" Administrator of th.' K «tate of Charles lie!-1 iiiunii decoaRed. CONVENTION OF POSTMASTERS. Topics Discussed at the Milwaukee Meeting. Milwaukee, Aug. 28.—The National Association of Po^tmnsters' conven tion discussed two topics on the pro gramme-—the local insp.'for tor intse oflices and suspension of clerks*. The trend of discussion on the first topic was to the effect that there were not enough postof'ice Inspectors to make examination of the large of lices. A letter was received troni Chief Inspector Cochran in whit he stated the department was doing it: best and that in tho near future pro visions would lv» made for in spectors where but seventeen were now employed. On the question of the suspension ot clerks who would not pay their debts a letter was read from J. E- Shidler. assistant postmaster at Indianapolis. Mr. Shidler advocated fining instead of suspension where clerks were excep tionally eflhient. The suggestion met the approval of the delegates. A. W. Machen, neral superintend ent of free delivery, favored a meas ure whereby rural mail carriers could pay out money on money orders on their routes. The object of the convention is to exchange ideas and make recommenda tions for Improvement in the postof fice service. The rest of the day was spent in a trip to Waukesha Reach. KNOX SAILS FOR EUROPE. Will Invtstigate Panama Canal Com pany's Title. New York, Aug. 28.—Attorney Gen eral Knox sailed for Europe on the Oceanic. "I am going abroad for the purpose of obtaining a title to the property of the Panama Canal company," said Mr. Knox. "I shall also investigate tho treaty between th- Panama Canal mpany and the Colombian govern ment. which is to be transferred to us. I have no doubt that everything will go through all right and the reports that I have received from Mr. Russell of the department of justice, who has been in Paris during the last six weeks, show that all is going harmo niously. "In regard to the president's recent speeches on the trust question I can only say that I am heartily in accord with everything he has said. I think, after what the presi lent has said, that something in regard to the trusts will be forthcoming at ths next meeting of congress." LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES. Two Hundred Delegates Attend the Opening Session. Grand Rapids. h.. Aug. LV -Two hundred delegates were present at the opening session of the sixth an nual convention of the League of Mu nicipalities fn the Furniture Exposition building. Two hunered more dele gates arc expected, making the con vention one of the largest ever ht hi by the league. An a-'.dress of welcome by Mayor Plammei of Grand Rapids opened the morning ssion. "inis was followed by an address by Pr»«ident Charles S. Ashley, mayor of New Bed ford, Mass. Following the president's address Secretary John McVicker of I)e Moines presen'--d his report, which shows the leagu» to be in a flourishing condition. There are now 13" cities included in the membership. Th treasurer's report, read by the score tary, showed th- league to be out of debt and sound financially. ff CONFIDENCE IM PALM A. Cuban President Able to Copt With the Situation. New York, Aug. 28.—Fifteen mil lions are .-stirnat. as the Cuban Km ernment's expenditure in the natlona budget, which will he prcsenti-d to ecm Kress n^xt month, and thr- national in rome is placed, rabies th.' Havana mr respondent of th" Herald, at $ls.min Oun, th.- .=am^' as during the military occupation. This provide^ a surplus (jf three millions. Contni.-nce Is steadily lr.rreasine: In President Palma ability to cope witi the situation. The senate hill provi-1 ing for a natif.nal loan of $o5,0iiimuiu which went to th house of refirr-s.-nta tivc.s two weeks ago. Is still in th* hands of the house committee. The sugar planters strongly favor the $J.oriiMjoi) loan in aid of a^ri. ul ture, but are inflifferent regarding th. proposed loan of $:u.or fi,0t|fi to The report of the commission which vl.iit.ed reta Washington to confer with Sec. y Hoot a!,out the piatt amni merit is still a secret document re served for future publication. Senor Terry's resignation as secre tary of^ agriculture has been finally KENTUCKY MERGER FIGHT. Governor Beckham Promises Trouble for the Morgan Interests. Frankfort, Ky.. Aug. 28.—In a letter addressed to Chairman MeCord of the railroad commission, Governor Heck ham called the attention of the offi cials to the rumors of a merger or com biriation of the Louisville and ville Railroad company and Soul hen, K a i o a o a n y y o a n i n e ests. and directed an immediate inves tigation that he may take steps to vent its consummation in violation of state legislation. Chairman McCord responded Imrn" dlately to the communication, sayie the Kt?ite railroad com mission has al ieady had tlie proposed merger up for decision and that body would begin thorough investigation regarding it Chairman Mr-Cord will call the com mission togeth.-r early next week, aim he work of ascertaining the truth ./ the rumors will be*?in. The commit o I1 h"1'1 flrst N N ii n n i 1 "'""ting t|CJ find will adiouin to J-oubjville. Now is the time to get a bargain in Silk Organdies, Linen Tissues, Datistcs. in and satin face. 3 a a a Fresh attending tb.- onvention. ay back salaries to the army. Mend, -rs of the disband.-.! army, on th" con trary, support th- larger loan, but are lukewarm ronc-niinB the smaller. It is generally believed that tlie in terest and prin» If al of the smaller loan could be taken r-arr of under jues.-nt conditions, hut that the payiru nt of t! e larg.-r loan would require, an a.ldition al revenu". to he raised probablv by a stamp tax. I e a v e a .- a e o %Cotton Lawns, Dimities, Cliallus. AND NOVELTY WASH (iOODS. NECK RIBBONS lean 0roc6ri6ft« PHONE 24-2. rrrrrrrrrrrri n pi THREATENS MURDER. Escaped Montana Convict After a Dep uty Sheriff. Rutte. Mont.. AUK. With olfV rs of the state penitentiary upon his '..u!. assisted by bloodhounds. Convict Tom O'lirien. who last Friday made a dar inir escape from the state prison, has sent a communication to the Miner, pleading for a public statement of his all. i'-! cHr.i and vowing the death of Under Sheriff have Morgan, whose al leeed perjured testimony, the convict declares, sent him to prison and wroikid his home. The document re ceived by the Miner bears the post mark of Anaconda. Th.* writer dat s his communication from a mountain in the surrounding hills of Anaconda and says that he wrote his story be hind a rock, dividing his time bet we. n his Winchester and his pen. The com munication is a literary freak, with no question as to its authentic itv as th. handwriting has been fully identified by the warden of the penitentiarv and others acquainted with th. criminal. O'Brien declares his sole obj. ft In escaping from the prison is to kill Deputy Sheriff Morgan. MANY DELEGATES PRESENT. National Fraternal Congress in See sion at Denver. Denver, Aug. 27 n U Jt is through the l»owe)s that ll.e I,. ,jv is cleanse.1 of impurili.-h, Coi.Htipation kee,lt: tfiepe poisons in the *yste.„. rau« rig h.-adachc, dullness and mel.u.,-holia •tt hrflt, th.-n unsightly erupfior.s and ina 1\ HenouH illness in less a r.-medy in applied. i11'h Little Karlv iP«.rH pr.-\ent thin trouble |.\ stiiuulating the r-i iiuuiillllJif AFTER WORK OR EXEI MID=SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE OF ...WASH GOODS... i Orgaudics, furnish them all colors in silk or satin taffeta, wash silk •j jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj jjiji-i-i -J j-i j-iJ JJJ J-IJ JJU-i I have IOO pair of Ladies' Shoes 3 to close out at •rrrrrrrrprrrrrrrrrri3rjiwjnnrrrrrrrrrrrrrnrrrrrrrxrrmrr.rrRrrr.rrrr ..A BARGAIN. ij $3.00 and $3 50 was the price. Come early and ii your size. A Special Sale on UMBRELLAS Saturd dav. The only chancc to jret 'em cheap this season! 5 1 1 *i n The National Fra ternal Congress, th- central carna tion of the tiaf'-rnai and insutar.ee or s o i s o u n y a n a n a a in annual convention here. I'r.'si W. A. Warner. M. It., of Toj«ka. Kan presiding. There an- ov ,'!•)• accred ited delegates in att.-n.lance. Fifty seven fraternal so leti.-s hold lucmheV ships in the congress and the higher officials of more than fifty .if the-.-,- At C. H. MORSE. i.rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrfirirrRRcorr.rRrrrrrrrnfrrirrnrrrrf^r.rrrrrrr'rrrrrrrr.rrrrrr I'lic 1 I Stock Haikhe ar ,. w o e n has beery'n-reaM.J per cent .luring the last decade. IV.,,,|e have tak ng Rocky Mountain Teit. A life p„. server.—1'rank Smith. I'ol'.mlril- t|i«- NjHtcm. II and I ib/T l' /,!"•««•. b.-althy a .-ti of the bowels. bepe little pil]H do ,"',t dipap POND'S EXTRACT Ion take the weak witfrw \tl Iliizel f'',''ttrjitionn. n.,!r....... f'1 rr»- mrhtion», "SUM ,r lr, U ""'I P'fro.ruiiu iilcOUCll. i dc-uUly poisbn. ch**h** on not hy the bowels enable them to r.-rform the N V a i* Co..k W l^n utli.-r bn, fnH«^|. a k e I o e K i n e y u e I i- i n cured wh.-n everything else has fiointed, Chris Shut/.. Then 1 want you to look at OUR HENDERSON CORSETS. 1 You can buy a Olrdle, a Short. M«d Lottf Corset. A Pennant WfeuMr, Columbia, Klondike, AI.I. HENDERSON HAKE. Fruits & Vegetables, the best in the Market. J. J. FITZGERALD. I Z Beer That Made kee, and can recommend no finer brand as a strengthening beverage. Prompt delivery of ca5e goods. FRED KURTH, rrriifBKrirr.rrrpiwwrfprrrrf'frr.rrrrprrrrrrrrrrn rrr^" BAKER PAYS THE FREIGHT Home, Sn-eet Home, Land Office. do \ol want an investment that *if! pa KaKcsr* We can cite you to jt. have J:. BAKER I ANNO.VCOOK hl.OCK. I I PNsuMr A no,mi:? VNe can fcelp you get one. (k» you want or City property? Call on us. I» LANDS FOR SALE In all part.* of South Dakota, North Dakota. Mi«»nf*a irnest uith us. WL |AV YOUR FARE To make a personal examination of our lands and yourself. Still US FIRST And let us talk It o\er. Ciet our prices and term"* can suit you in either. List your lands with us f«»r SQLARL lI ALINj. NO RliiR| T$, Call on or flddrt^ or WM. SOLD AND GUARANTEEDBY STODDBKB I BflLSTEDB. jnadson-s 1.. vvilh ki.lt. %, MliONi IIITIH KOICTW I 7 I V a. ,Umorj The U TaSca loradora. Aurora Ifeli 707 Straight Front, l-lexo Eaton, l.ady Zouave & The Empire \v $2 II "rf]M 1 rjrrnl flilwaukce l:.iniou» I am prepared to wholesale and retail the famous Jos. Schlitz beer of Milwau AOI-NT. 1 a I*'* K.tu.r than (ir ak HcGRATH. HADISON. S l)Ak IIIIUIIMIMH W. BARKER'S ^Srt S T4 .Oli I in*""'*"""'! CUR^ c»f.-Chri.8bul«.