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r- I K 4 4 ta—n s^s-w 1 4 If ©Ije Haihi £mber MADISOV, «OUlH DAKOTA. FiilDAY. JULY 31, 190:$. TKHM8 OF SUBSCHIPTION. By mail, 1 j«ar $4(10 Hy mall, A month* .. .... 2.00 RjrmiiU,:! niontlm 1.00 HF mall, month 'W III tirrlHr, wr wiwk 10 J. V. UTAH I., rroprlPtor. H. A, DTAUL, BMIIUM Mutti r. Nearly 500 people witneased a ball game lietweeii the Knights of Pythias and tlie Knights of Maecatiees, nt Parker, the other day. Tho proceeds amounting to $4ft, were charitably given to Mis. Haryrore, a widow lady, who had tieen injured in a runaway acH X^nrmsorkpt dispatch, 9ft N. B. Reed of thin pla e, uiore than any one elae in entitled to credit for WooiiMvket'H very beautiful little lake and last even ing the citizenn gatnered at the home of Mayor Kean and iu a neat little nieecl) that gentleman prenented to Mr. Reed a beautiful gold headed cane an a token of YVoon socket's appreciation of what Mr. Reed had done for the town. A gang of horse theives ieeica to fca operating in Marshall county of late with a fair amount of success. Several bones have of-late been utolm at Drit ton. Recently a valuable horse was taken from O. N. Pratt's pasture and another from the pasture of James ToMii. The sufferers have organized a vigilance committee, and it in thought likely that the guilty parties Witt aQOfl be brought to justice. Sioux Falla is very careful of the com fort of its police force, according to the following froia the Argua Lraler: "Last night Thomas McCairier got intc an altercation with William Ohearn at the corner of Tenth street and PnilliiM* avenue. McCarrier was arrestwl and taken before Judge Walts where he wa? fouad guilty of fighting and dititurbiag the police and was fined |100 and thirty daya in tbe jail.'' fledfield dispatch. HO: Mr*. Charles O. C. Lindjooth recently had a very close call for her life as the result of eat ing pop coru. She had taken the train here with a party of excursionists, but before tue train pulled out she started to eat some popcorn. A kernel became lodged in her throat and when she found she could not expel it, she fainted. Three doctors were summoned but it was fully an hour before she could be broughl to by resttuativu* «md before she was out of danger, Excursion to Lake Okoboji and Spirit Lake via the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul R'y.. on Sunday, Augusts. An attractive program for tbe entertain meat of visitors will be provided. Grand conceit and musical program will be given in the new pavilion at 1:36 p. m., free to holders of excursion tickets. Baseball game Algona vs. Unknowns at 2:80 p. in. General ad mission free to holders of excursion tickets, live large steamers will carry excursionists around the lakes at a low rate. The special train will leave Mad ison at 4:87 a. ia., on Sunday. August 2, and returning will leave Arnold's Park at 6:45 p. m., Sunday, August 2. Excursion tickets will be good only on special train going and returning. Ropnd-trip rate from Madison $2.00. Fol further particulars apply to the ticket agent of the Chicago, Milwaukee 4k St. Panl y. Art V«wflc4hMf« llae*r««ll klduir nia. BM ix*.. cainMo Kf if.-Hit Uoftota with CMMNU -Qja^f £*'h»rL'ri ®«rr coaMipuion for«Ter •i.lwS BO 10.tall, dwrtamftw^none* fe: 1 '-Xn THE BIG STORE. KEEPS EVERYTHING. J. A. JOHNSON. ST. LOUIS. South Dakota Commission thusiastic in the Hatter of State Exhibit. Milbank disptch, 80: Hon. W. B. Saunders of this city, commissioner for o ith Dakota to the Louisiana Purchaie exiM)sition has just returned fioni a meeting of the coinuiission. Mr. Saun ders says that it is the intention of the comuiission to make the nest exhibit at St. Louis that South Dakota has ever made and that this is the first time South Dakota has leen allowed space as a state at any of the exhibitions. At the world's fair at Chicago the exhibits from South Dakota were in the nature of personal exhibits. Mr. Saunders says that the mining interests in the Black Hills will be represented by a mine and proper machinery to handle the ore through every process until it is in the shape of gold bars. Special el rts will be made to show South Dak ota's splendid educati nal advancement. The South Dakota building will be de corated with corn and an expert decora-1 tors will be engaged to make it puiticu larly beautiful as well as a good adver tisenient for the state. How s Tbia? We offer One Hundred PeWafs Rh ward for any ease of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHKNKY Co., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last lf years, and be liovo him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their tirtu WKST A THAUX, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, (). WAI.IHNO, KINTCOT? k MARVIN, Whole sale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testi monials free. Price 7fe. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Hall's Family Pilla are the beet. BRIEF ««T« OF *EW8. The house of commons has passed the sugar convention bill to its second readiifg by a vote of 224 to 144. Etigene La Fontaine was killed and Ernest Buelow and Charles Hoffard were seriously Injured by the falling of a freight elevator at Detroit, Mich. i The greatest clock in the world, the dial of which will be 120 feet in diam eter. is being built at Milwaukee for use at the Louisiana Purchase exposi tion next year. A popular outbreak against the Ba bis. a sect of reformers in Southern Persia, has been in progress for the past few days. Hundreds are reported to have been butchered. Almon Smith, a sailor who arrived In New York from Vera Cruz several days ago, died Thursday in the Kings county hospital, a victim, the authori ties believe, of yellow fever. Judge George Gray has accepted the appointment as the flflh member of the Alabama coal strike commission which is to settle by arbitration the trouble of Alabama miners over wages. Announcement is made that the New York Daily News will bo sold at auc tion Aug. 21. The Daily News has been published by the New York News Publishing company, of which Frank A. Munsey is the principal stockholder. Secretary Cortelyou has decided to select a limited number of women from civil serviie eligible lists for ap pointment as matrons In the immigra tion service to board incoming vessels and assist in the examination of wo men passengers. A Little Larly Riser BOW and then, at bedtime will cure con stipation, billiousness and liver troubles DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the famous little pills that cure by arousing the secretions, moving the iiowels gent ly, yet effectually, and giving such tone and strength to the glands of the stom ach and liver that tbe cause of tho trouble is removed entirely, and if their use is continued for a few days there will be no return of the complaint. Sold by Cook & Odee. FATHER AND SON BADLY HURT. Young Man Risks His Life to Save Aged Parent. St. Paul, July 31.—W. H. Francis, fhiKman for the Chicago Great West ern road at South St. Paul, and A. S Francis, his son, station agent for the road at South St. Paul, were run down by a passenger train at that village. W. 11. Francis is believed to be fa tally injured, while the son is also in precarious condition. W. H. Francis" right leg was amputated at St. Jo fieph's hospital shortly after the acci dent. The son risked his life to save his aged parent. As the fast passenger train from Chicago rushed by the station at o'clock a freight trdin Approached on another track. Flagmaa Francis be iann' bewildered and stepped in front of the passenger train. The son saw Iris father's danger and rushed to his rescue. As he reached his parent's side to snatch him from impending death the passenger engine struck both father and son, throwing them some distance from the track. Young Francis sustained severe scalp wounds and dangerous internal injuries. Flagman Francis, who is sixty years old, was injured internally, besides being cut and bruised, while his right leg was terribly crushed. MO FURTHER DEATH!. Victims of Lowell Explosion Will Not Exceed Twenty-five. Lowell, Mass., July 31.—No further i deaths by the magazine explosion in I South Lowell have occurred. The con dition of CIjm*nrton Goodwin, who was in charge of the United States Cart ridge company's employes at the stor age houses, is critical, lie is the man who endeavored to remedy a leakage of nitroglycerin and whose act in pour ing nitric acid in mistake for water on Lhe leakage is thought to have caused the explosion. Of the dead the bodies of George Fynn, Louis Richard anu James Grady, employes of the Cart ridge company, have not been recov ered. It is thought they were blown to atoms. An unknown man is reported to have been burned to death in the wreckage of a dwelling despite the efforts to rescue him. It is not expected that the death will exceed twenty-five. list TWO WOMEN MISSING. Hotel at Old Orchard, Me., Destroyed by Fire. Old Orchard, Me., July 31.—The Sea View House, on the camp ground at Old Orchard, was burned to the ground during the day and two women guests Miss Helen Martin and Miss E. A. Stevens, both of East Grafton, N. H., are missing. It Is feared that they did not escape from the hotel. The value of the property consumed was about $4,000. The body of one of the missing wo men was found in the ruins during the afternoon, it was so badly burned as to make recognition Impossible. Search is being continued with renewed en ergy, as tho finding of one body is taken to show that both women per lshed. BASEOALL SCORES. National League. At New York, 5 Boston, 3. At Brooklyn, 7 Philadelphia, 12. At Chicago, 3 St. Louis, U—ten In nings. At Cincinnati, 3 Pittsburg, 7. American League. At Boston, 11 New York, 15. At Philadelphia, 4 Washington, 4— called on account of darkneas end of tenth inning. At Detroit. 5 St. Louis, 1.* American Association, At Louisville, 4 MilwauktM^ S. At Columbus, 5 St. Paul, At Toledo, 16, Minneapolis, 8. Sec ond game—Toledo, 4 Minneapolis. 1. BRIEF BITS OF NCW8* An attempt to hold a prize fight in a stove foundry in the Williamsburg district of Brooklyn was prevented by tho police. Fifty-seven arrests were made. The board of classification of the' United States general appraisers has announced a decision in which it is hold that artificial rubles arc dutiable the same as real rubies. Because of a mysterious malady caused by his teeth, which made him an invalid and about which he consult-1 ed twenty-six physicians without re-1 suits, William Isler of St. Paul, twenty, three years old, took his own life by shooting himself in the head. ASPHYXIATED OAS. Mother and Daughter Pound Dead in Bed Baltimore, July i Mrs. Elizabeth Merit told and her daughter. Paulino, were found dead at their homo during the day. They had been asphyxiated by «aa and had evidently died two days a«o. The police are unable to decide whether it is a case of suicide or not. THREE LABORERS KILLED. Landslide Occurs in Great Northern Tunnel at Seattle. Seattle, Wash!, July 31.—Three la borers were killed by a slide of earth In the southern end of the Great Northern tunnel, which is building un der Seattle. The dead are Frank Smith, Joe Ciarlo and Franchesi Vor feske. AGED INDIAN CHIEF DEAD. Always Advised Harmony Between the Reds and Whites. Sioux Falls, S. D., July 30.—Informa tion has been received here of the death, at his home near the Ponca subageucy. on the Rosebud rservation, of a venerable Indian named Milk, who was one of the moat prominent chiefs of the Brule Sioux tribe. Chief Milk was always a strong friend of the gov ernment and during the struggles be tween the whites and Indians for pos session of tho frontier always advised harmony between his people and tho whites. He will be succeeded as leader of his band by his son. Good Kane Milk. BASEBALL SCORES. National League. At New York. 9 Boston, 11. At Brooklyn, 5 Philadelphia, 0. At Chicago, 3 St. Louis, 4. At Cincinnati, 3 Pittsburg, 10. American League. At Philadelphia, 3 Washington, 0. At Boston, 5 New York, o. At St. Louis, 9 Cleveland, 5. SPIRITS TO LIVE IN PLANETS Kfw Theory €»f Involution by I'ro femior Moore of Colustbia, Mn. Dr. XV. T. Moore, dean emeritus of the Missouri Bible college at Coluni bia. Mo., recently completed the man uscrlpt of a book which will cause a Ronsatlon among theologians and scien tists, says the St. Louis Republic. Ir. Moore is n theistic evolutionist, though his new definition of evolution will be quite satisfactory even to con servatives. lie traces man in bis ori gin, history and destiny, and in the concluding chapter of the book, enti tled '•Death nnd the Other Side," he attempts to show the meaning of the numerous worlds which now roll In space without inhabitants. Dr. Moore's theory Is. in brief, that man will go on progressing through the cycles of eternity and that when he as sumes his spiritual body at the resur rection he then will le prepared to in habit some of tbe planets or stars which are now uninhabited. lie concludes that the infinitude of space and the almost infinitude of worlds become intelligible from his point of view. He believes that the spiritual man will be the inhabitant of all those worlds nnd that, as emigra tion from this earth is the future evo lutionary process by which those worlds are to be inhabited, the inhab itants of the whole universe will be of the same family and coustitute a great spiritual brotherhood for all the ages of the future. Ir. Moore thinks that the numerous worlds now uninhabited are in a state of preparation for glorified man, as the present earth was a long time In prop n rat ion for original man. Dr. Moore is a theologian and journalist of reputa tion both in America and Europe. He was for many years a resident of Lon don and is still editor of a leading re ligious magazine published there. Ills wife is president of Christian Female college nt Columbia. MONSTER FREIGHT DEPOT. Cincinnati to Have the Largesl of Ita Kind In the Wurl4. Ground was broken recently In Cin cinnati for what will be the largest building in tho world devoted to the uses of a freight depot or warehouse, says the Cincinnati Times Star. Tho now structure will be erected by the Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern rail foad on the north side of Second street, •xtonding from the Chesaieake and Ohio bridge to Mill street, a distance Of about three ordinary blocks, the full length of the building being 1.1T-7 feet, with a width at tbe first Iloor of fifty six feet and forty-eight feet above that Story. Tho building will be as nearly fireproof as it is [osslble to make it, With speed elevators to carry tbe heav iest kiud of freight to any of the five floors. Brick and stool will be used in the construction. Besides this immense depot and warehouse the Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern is erecting on an adjoining lot a combined round and power house, 130 feet In length and three stories high. The first floor of this building will bo occupied as a tmindhouse, with six stalls, boiler and engine room, for furnishing heat, pow er and light to tbe big warehouse and passenger coaches and for the store keeper's headquarters. On the second floor the superintendent of tbe dining car service will lmve his rooms, in cluding refrigerators and storerooms. The Pullman company also will have a yard office on this floor, as will also the car repairers. Tho third floor will include twenty rest rooms, where belat ed trainmen may find lodging. There will be reading rooms, shower and tub baths and other modern convenience® In connection with these rest rooms. The entire cost of the new buildings will be about $(V5t,0ti0. The ground upon which they are being erected coat nearly f'joo.ootit leaOOOgOOSOOOStrDTtTfTtrTTf I will sell Shirt W a i s s a 25 Ladies Duck Suits, to close, regular price $3.53 now (while they last.) PURSUING A NEGRO, Missouri and Iowa Officem leged Rapist. Des Moines, July 31.—Sheriffs Hu nolt of Knox county, Mo., and Davis of Apanoose county, la., with a posse of well armed citizens, have gone to Bra zil, near Centreville, where, it is re ported, Clark, the negro wanted at a Kahoka, Mo., for assaulting (Jortrudo s 3 Hess, is in hiding. Sheriff Hunolt en countered a negro whom he positively asserts was Clark near Centreville ami commanded him to halt. He received a shot in reply and engaged in a brief and ineffectual pistol duel with the man. CAR JUMPS THE TRACK. One Passenger Killed and Seventeen Others Injured. Anderson, Ind., July 31.—A derail ment on the Union Traction company line in tho suburbs of Anderson killed Walter McGowan and severely injured seventeen other passengers. The car was going at full speed when it struck a, sharp curve. The brakes failed to work and the car shot from the track and turned over. ACCIDENTALLY KILLED. Prominent Minnesotan Shot by His Brother-in-Law. Bemidji, Minn.. July !!.—-W. F. Street was accidentally shot and billed by Louis Bland, his brother-in Biliousness "I linn* UXHI jour valuable C'ASt'A 1IETS and IIml them perfect. Couldn't il wit tliem. I have used iliem for sonic time fur imlig^st ion and biliousness i. tut im now ooni nU toly i-tnvd. liecouitnend thom. to every one On n i .1. you will never be without tliem ta the iiiy." KOW. A. MAUX, Albany, N. Y. CANDY CATHARTIC i iv* TOMsnt, I* Qootl, Nov BURNETT & CO., CLOTHIERS & HATTERS. A Clean New Up-to-date Stock. Novelties in Gents Furnishings. WE CARRY FOOTE, SHULTZ & CO'S SHOES FOR MEN AND BOYS. WE CAN PLEASE YOU IN ANYTHING IN OUR LINE. 3 bbobbo law, while picking berries in the woods. Mr Street was a prominent man of this section of the state, founder of Bemidji and ex-county attorney of Beltrami county. He was fifty-tw years of aee. IIIMIIIIIIIIU Dray Line. IEST OUTFITS IU THE CITY. All kinds of Draying done promptl) also moving household goods. Piano A Safe /loving a specialty. 5IH1FSQI & MET. BEST BRANDS Burnett & Co. a a SPECIAL SALE Thursday and Friday of This Week 25 PEE CENT OFF pHce™*01" $2 WANTED—Several Industrious per- I sons in each state to travel for house established eleven years and with a lar^'e capital, to call upon merchant* and agents for successful and protitablo line. Permanent engagement. We«kly cash salary of flS and all traveling ex penses and hotel bills advanced in cash each week. Experience not essential. Mention reference and inclose self addressec! envelope. The National t'axton Hdg., Chicago. WISH (c Good. f)o SBC CURE CONSTIPATION. ... SdMftful !»t at ilrng u'sw to t'lak Tubaoco likbit IC-T0-3AC Pantr 6a. WJII STACY & WRIGHT. Paper Hangers, House, Sign and Decorative Painters* Oak draining. Hard Oil Finishing. Lap, Butt and Pane! Work in Paper Hanging. Esti mates furnished. Moderate prices. 615 EZGAN AVENUE. We are making a big discount on Lad i e a Suits and Skirts. J. J. FITZGERALD. The Complete Furniture Store. R. C. McCALLISTER. Everything in the line of house furnishing. UNDERTAKING a spccialt3\ in charge of licensed cmbalmer for Minnesota and South Dakota. The latest and most refined appliances. Calls answered day or night. O E I E S i TEA, COFFEE, BAKING POWDEB, CRACKERS, FRUITS. S In fact everything in the Grocery Line at I.owest Prices, Our stocks are New and Frash. Can suit you MI both quality and price. S TOM CAREY. 1 WE INVITE YOUR NOTICE To our new stock of GPOCERIES, Candies and Confectionery. No better or cheaper in the city. We have a special line of Pa ace canned goods and Yale coffee that is meet ing with great favor. Wm. ScboacI Telephone, No. 63.