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tttHrder to LOT 1 consf&ts of Ladfres this stock of Phone 114 sey and Boucle Jackets 22 to 24 inches long sold for $4.00 to 7.50 j- Now $1.69 LOT 2 consists of Ladies1 Ker sey, Beaver and Boucle Jackets 22 to 27 $7.60 to $10 GROCERIES ©Ije gailij £eases MAIIIIOK, SOUTH DAKOTA. MONDAY, A 'AIIV TKHH1 Of 4DlMVKirTION. y mail, 1 vtHr v mail, rt mouths mall, .1 months jr mail, I month By carrier per \vw»k $4 00 a.ou 1.00 .15 to J. K. bTAIIL Proprietor II. A. STAUlv, Bunion** i»nt(*r. President Roosevelt has appointed Congressanui Warner, of Illinois, 10 ho Commissioner of pensions. —————Immmmmmrnmrnm Sionx City Journal. 14 Ooviously ttij primary law petition is an echo if like gnl* rnatorial contest preceding the fr publican .state convention Inst stun Mier. In that campaign the enactment Of a primary law was made the para gtount issue of the losing faction. When MWH were connted at the convention there was nothing to indicate any pop alar uprising in behalf of direct nomina tion*. The subject was discussed re or less duiiiitr the campaign and still a tidal wave failed to rise. Uov. El rod jrobahly 4B light in declaring toat the primary election movement is not now hacked bv tuiv considerable element ot the eh •ctorat\ The neighboring state Minnesota is experimenting with a similar meaHure, and has been having enough grief to suggest to South Dako ttms the wisdom of "sitting tight'' and letting the neighbors pay for the experi erice which will fee equally valuable Across the state line A proposition so umond the consti tution as to provide for the election of giemliers of the 1 igiulature for terms of "ftur vears is liefore the legislature of South Dakota. It seeks to sul»stitute the flbnr ytar teria for the two year term and to provide that one half the senale S)nd one-half the bonne tdiall be members etf the next succeeding legislature. This i« the practice in vogue in many of the States, tinder the theory that an entirely Beiv legislature every two years bring* too many inexperienced men togethei fur the transaction of puhli'.- buisness Paal Butcher of Hooking* is it Pierre lug for the ap|Kintment of insurance Commissioner. The term of the present incumbent, who in also a candidate to Succeed hiuiaelf, does not expire until aait July, and it its not likely that any tiling will he done in that direction for aonae time. SBRS5HF*w*EEe5BHE» A large number of citizens of Veruuil |un are mourning the IOHM of monev be dame of the recent visit of a sumotn rfraiter, who claimed to be denf and eumbi He Jwas said to be an agent tor THE BIG 5T0RE Great Cloak Clearing Sale CLLAR out otir stock of old sty le Cloaks and Xfcr- inches long-, sold for Now $2.79 Jackets INQ PRICE REDUCTIOI#. Their cost has not boen considered. Oeod assortment of sizes and colors. A Good Assortment of Childrens* & Misses Cloaks and Jackets SI.00 to $5.00. J. A. JOHNSON. HOME & FOREIGN FRUIT. tiritnl or evaporated packed in Boxen iu a dainty manner or loowe, lira among the household nece#aitie« which are to be had hem Needless to say the quality and condition is perfect. There »K nothing HI which we cannot vou for. These are some of the inexpensive tilings that add much to the pleasure of a meal. Seeded Raisins pr lb pkg Kte Cleaned Currants 10c. a lb Prunes, fJO to 70 per pk Pitted Plums per lb Fauey Figs.'! H* for Tic. Large Prunes, 20 to 80 pit.* ISKc. Fancy Er. Affile per lb Pitted Cherriu* pea lb. F. D. PALMHR & SON. 2r»c Kk- 2u-. Phone 114 was passcnl at fill. Jt several popular magazines and business came hi* way. It has now leen several week* since the supposed ag«'iit collect ed money here, lint the magi fines are not forthcoming. WaHhingtoii disDutch. til: Senator Kittredge made a «ieoch in the nenate thi^ afternoon in support of hia motion to strike out the committee amendment reducing the pension of Martin T. Cro«« of Montrose, S. f)., from frit), as in the hill, to per month. After Senator Kit irwlge s speech Chairman McCuintier withdrew his o|)pisition and tk* we have made SWliEP- LOT 3 consists of Ladies1 sey, Beaver and Zibeline coats gold for $7.50 to $15 Now $3.89 LOT 4 consists of Ladies' Ker sey and Zibeline coats, 27 to.30 inches long, sold for $9.00 to $18 Now $5.29 Mil Washington dispatch. 151: Congress man Martin, a member of tbe Mibeom inittee of the public building* commit tee. which includes South Dakota, says that the Black Hill* will le taken care of in tbe bill now preiwirimr. The bill i* so Mimill that it iH hardly to lie expected that bnildiuurs will fie provided for Ht all point* interested, lint they will get all jRiHsible. Mr. Maitin is well pleaded with the result of the prelimiliary hearing liefore the public land* committee today rela tive to the (Jreat Hioux Hectional home stead pro|M)sition. He say* good progress wa* made and the committee apparently is favorably disposed. There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other dfsases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pro nounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to l«» a constitutoral disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall'* Catarrh Cure, manu factured by F, J. Cheney A Co.,Toledo, Ohio, in the only constitutional cure MJ .he market. It is taken internalb in doses from 10 drops to a leaspooimil It acts directly on the blood and mucus surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars* for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimon ials. Address: F. J. CHKNFiV, Jt CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists 7,"» Tak'j Hall's Family Pills for con stipat ion.- Stoddard i HaU-tuati, City i-*M for residaeee purposes, for sale, Ut to 200 E. Sheridan. Stomach Troubles and OotwHpatton. "Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are the best thing for stomach troubles and constipation I have ever »old," savs J. R. Cullman, a druggist of Fotterville, Mich. They are easy to take and always give satisfaction. 1 tell my customers to try them and if not sati-^faetory to come back and get their money, but have never had a com plaint. For sale by Stoddard Hal stead. Ker WANTED IN NEW YORK MAN ARRESTED IN PHILADELPHIA SUSPECTED OF ATTEMPT TO WRECK THE UMBRIA. SEEN IN WASHIN6T0N RECENTLY BELIEVED TO HAVE PUT BOMB ON STATUE OF FREDERICK THE GREAT THSAS. New York, Jan. 16.—Inspector Me Clusky of the detective bureau said during the day that a picture of Gent ler Rosaeau, the man arrested In Phil adelphia carrying an infernal machine, was an excellent likeness of the man wanted by the police for attempting to blow up tbe Canard User Umbria in May, 1903. The plot to wreck the Umbria by use Of an Infernal machine was discov ered while the steamer was lying at the Cunard line pier in this city. A big trunk which had been brought down to the dock to be placed on board the steamer attracted the atten tion of the officials while it waa si ill on the pier and an investigation showed that it contained a large quan tity of explosives and a clockwork ar rangement to discharge it Washington, Jan. lS.—The photo graph of Rosseau, who waa arrested in Philadelphia for carrying an infer nal machine, has been identified by throe persons here as that of (he man who placed a bomb on the fence sur rounding the statue of Frederick the Great. Philadelphia, Jaa. lA.--43esler Mm seau, who was arrested here and in whose possession waa found an infer nal machine, refuses to answer any questions with reference to the .at tempt to blow up the steamahip Um bria or the statue of Frederick the Great in Washington. Rosseau ia awaiting a further hearing. IF CHARGES ARE TftiJE. Mr, (Hike Declares He Will Have Mar riage Annulled. New York, Jan. 16.—After a confer ence with his attorney W. G. Bram ham, private secretary to Brodie I.. Duke, who is now confined in a sani tarium on lxng Island awaiting an inquiry into his mental condition, gave out the following statement: "Mr. Duke will have nothing to do with his wife until all the charges made against him are thoroughly cleaned up. Mr. Duke is as sane as any man living and in my opinion he will be released of the charge of in sanity. "I have known him for years and be is capable of managing his own affairs. Mr. Duke told me he would not see Mrs. Duke or any of her reprcv seftTattves until the charges against her were cleared up. Mr. Duke says if any of the charges against Mrs. Duke prove to be true lie will have his marriage annulled." CHARGED WITH SWINDLING. Mrs. Brodie L. Duke Said to Have Been Indicted in Texas. Chicago, Jan. Iti.— A special to the Daily News from Nacogdoches, Tex., says: Indictments charging Chailes F. Taylor and Alice I.. Webb, now Mrsi Brodie L. Duke, with swindling hava been made public. These true bills were returned last September and have been kept in readiness by the sheriff awaiting the return of either or both of them to the state. CAMPAIGN EXPENDITURE*. Mi Mien aire St Louis Brewers en the Stand. LpuIJL JAR. Busch and Otto F. Siiefel, millionaire brew* era, told to the house committee id* instigating campaign expenditures pi art i( ally the same story as that told Thomas K. Niedringhaus. They aid, a» he hart done, 'hai »heii contri- 1 i if ion was a guarantee to meet a rte it and entailed no promise of favors ior f.heir bintness in this. Mr. Niedringhaus appeared before :Jtie senate committee. Most of the v estioning was done by Senator Mc i mvid. "Did you make an affidavit that yott had made a contribution of $21,000?" he was asked. "Yes, sir," he answered. 'Did you, In fact, contribute that a Mount or part with that much money?" "I consider that I have parted with that money from my own account." explained that he kept all state impaign funds credited to his per rial account at the National Bank of Commerce and that he kept no sep a ite account as acting treasurer of tie? state committee. Whatever was I ild out came from his personal ac mt. When Adolphus Busch gave he nald It was deposited in that way. Employes Opposed to a Strike. PittsLurg, Jan. 16.—A strike of .dnmen on the Pennsylvania system in the near future is not regarded se riously by the employes of the eom ay in and about Pittsburg. The dis position of the Pittsburg men is said w. be against a strike and the men express hope ot an amicable adjust ment of the differences. REFUND WHEAT DUTY. Representative Tawney Has a Cana dian Seed Bill. Washington, Jan. 1G.—Representa tive Tawney is at work on a bill whicl: will refund the duty on seed wheat bought in Canada on satisfactory proo! that it has been used in seeding. Taw ney believes that the ways and means committee, of which he is a member would report such a bill as an emer gency measure,»if it were drawn, to be limited in the time of its operation to the present season. He thinks also that the senate would pass it. Secre tary Shaw Ms endorsed the plan. FIRE IN REFORMATORY. Wild Excitement Among New Jersey Convicts. Railway, N. J„ Jan. 16.—A Are which damaged the paint depaitment of the New Jersey state reformatory here caused wild excitement among the con victs, many of them praying, singing, cursing and threatening to break down the doors jf their cells to liberate themselves. Thirty of the prisoners were overcome by smoke before their cell doors were opened. All recov ered after being taken out. The fire was extinguished after causing a loss of $10,000. APPEALS TO STATE DEPARTMENT American Concern Charges Interfer ence in Costa Riea. Mobile, Ala., Jan. 16.—The Amer ican Banana company, through H. L. McConnell of Mobile, has asked the state department at Washington to in tervene in their behalf on account of alleged interference by the Costa Riean government with the fruit com pany's planting, railroad building and other operations in the territory now belonging to Panama, but at one time under the jurisdiction of Costa Rica, and have asked for damages in the jum of $2,210,000. Steel Works Will Shut Down. Essen, Germany, Jan. 16.—Several Of the steel works are preparing to shut down because of the increasing scarcity of coal and the prospect of a long strike. Gendarmes who were dispersing strikers at the North Star line dock in Horstenmark were stoned. They sabred some of the lioters. Chief go Men Fight Duel. Chicago, .fan. 16.—Thomas Davis, 1 hotel proprietor, and William Me Manns, a waiter in a'restaiirant. fought with revolvers in a room in Davis' establishment, floth men were seri ously wounded. The light grew out of a }uaw6l over a woman. o,i cannot cure piies"by external ap plication. Any remedy to be effective must be applied inside, right at tbe seat of the trouble. ManZan is put up in a cjllnp:Mble tube, with a nozzle, se that it reaches inside and applies the remedy where it is most needed. ManZan strengthens the blood vessels and nerves sa that piles are impossible. ManZan relieves the pain almost instantly, heals, soothes, coots and cure*. Stoddard Jt lialsUad. D.Vasfuv# tin 1 Carele-^ness is responsible for many a railway wreck and the same causes are making human wrecks of sufferers frcm Throat anil Lung troubles But since the adveut of Dr. King's New Discovery for Constipation, Coughs, and Colds, even the worst eases can lie cured, and hopeless resignation is no longer neees sary. Mrs. L»is Cragg of Dorchester, Mass., is one of many whose life was saved by Dr. King's New Discover). This great remedy is guaranteed for all Throat and Lung diseases by Stoddard A Halstead, Druggists. Price ."iOc. and $1.00. Trial bottles free. Two Colored Firemen Killed. Cleveland, Jan. 16.—Joseph Wilkes and Luktj Cay. colored firemen, were instantly killed as a result of a boiler explosion in the Vulcan building on St. Clair street. Ten other men were In the boflerroom when the explosion occurred, but beyond being overcome by steam all escaped injury. MAY DIE OF ASPHYXIATION. Aged Minnesota Couple Overcome by Coal Gas. flsirmont, Minn., Jan. 14.—W. J. IOKgford and wife, living on a farm ten miles from here, were overcome by gas from a heating stove. Mr. Longford is in a dying condition and there is little hope for the woman's recovery. Cured His Mot her of Rheumatism. "My mother has been a sufferer for many years from rheumatism," nays W. H. Howard of llu-band, Pennyslvania. '•At times she was unable to mov« at all, while at times walking was painful I prcsonted her with a bottle of Cham berlain's Pain Balm and after a few ap plications she decided it was the most wonderful pain reliever she bad ever tried, in fact, she is never without i/ now and is at all time- able to walk. An occasional application of Pain tialm keeps away the pain that she was form erly troubled with." For sate by Hted dard & Halstead^ A Runaway Bicycle, Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg of J. B. Orner. Franklin (trove. 111 It developed a stubborn ulcer unyield ing to doctors and remedies for four years. Then Bueklen's Arnica Salve cured. It's just as good for Burns, Scalds, Skin Eruptions and Piles. 2-c, at Stoddard Jt Halstead's Drug Store. PERIL IN THE HAND-SHAKE. Not loop ago Dr N H:rsch, of Chicago, said: "The most delicate perfume upon the hands is not a sign of freedom from germs, and the most refined ure not fiee from dis ease of lungs or throat, and the germs are rapidly spread by touching the hand that has handled the handkerchief of one afflict ed with a cold, catarrh or consumption. The breath one inhales from the lungs of another may contain geruis of disease You will not only lie able to resist the germs of consumption, but many th msnuds of cases have been known where persons who were suffering from incipient p'lthi-is, or the early stagesol'consumption were absolutely cured by I)r. l'ierce's Golden Medical I)is covery. It maintains a person's nutrition by enabling him to eat. retain, digest and assimilate food. Jt overcome.-, the gastric irritability and symptoms of indigestion, and thus the per-on i saved from those symptoms of fever, night-sweats, headache, etc., which are so common. An alterative extract like Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, made of loots and herbs, without the use of alcohol, will assist the stomach in assimilating or taking up ftotn the food such elements as are required for the blood, will assist the liver iu throwing off the poisons in the system. I)o not permit some designing dmggist to insult your intelligence hv offering you a remedy which he claims is "just as good —because he made it up himself, or ten chances to one you will get a medicine made up largely of alcohol, which will only weaken tiny system. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is heartly recommended by every person who has ever used it and it has stood the test of thirty-eight year* of approval from people all over the Vnited .States. pRKK. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent ftee on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only Seid at one-cent stamps for the book in paper covers, or stamps for the cloth bound volume. Address Dr R. V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y. Dr. Pierce'a Pellets cure biliousness. Stomach Troubles cured by KODOL MT 1 is DYSPEPSIA CURE Under all curable conditions Mr. D. Kauble of Mrs.W. W. Lay Nevada, O., was ler of Hilliard, cured by Kodol of stomach troub'e which had effe ted his heart. 4*tlw of liMH Pa., was curcd of Chronio Dyspepsia by the use of A Kodol. KODOL, (H£»*tiW hit Ymi Est DRrFENNER'S Kidney Backache AIJW PURIFIES THE BLOOD. Don't become discouraged. There ft Ura/ Sold by Druggists, 50c. and $1. Get Cook Book and Treatise the Kidneys TREE. M. M. Fenner, M. D., Fredonia, N. Y. For Sale by Stoddara Halstead. CALUMET Baking* Powder A perfectly healthful powder made by improved chemical methods and of accu rately proportioned materials. e e e e e e 1 cts. a copy $1.00 A YEAR HcCl ure's Magazine cleanest, most stimulating, meatiest I imily," says ut question t1rent fafttitren are jiriunisi-il lor next year All Diseases of the kidnsys, bladder, aad urinary organs. Also catarrh, heart disease, gravel, dropqr, rhaumatiam, backache, female troubles a ctu# ''':r ii* fails spent a lifetime curing Just such cuwi J*ours. All consultations FXK Had all the Symptoms of Bright's Disease. Mr. I. X.- Tools* proprietor of oas of the best barber shops in Mnncie, Ind., has words of praise for I'r. Fen ner.s Kidney and Backache Cure. Ha writes Dr. Fenner: "l have taken several Wttles of your Kidney and Backache Cure, have used many other kinds of so-called kidney cures, hut none are to be compared with I'r." M. M. iVnner's, as all others have faiied anil lr. IMim r's has com pleted a cure. I hai! been troubled with kid ney disease for many month.-: some doctors thought I had I'• right's Biscase as 1 had all the symptoms, but 1 took your advice and now I am a well man. You muy send all who doubts to me -and I will convince them that Br. Feimer's Kidney and Backache C»rc is a genuine healing and curative Remedy." Trust Bakiog Powders sell for 5 or SO cents per pound and ma be iden tified by thin exorbitant pries. They are a menace to public health, SB food prepared from them con tains -piatititie* of RoehHle •alts, a danK'-rouu cathartic drug. general fipecial Offer Send *1.00 before-tfanuary 31. 1905, for the subscription for the jt»r 1 'JOS and we will send you free the November and Decemlier numbers fourteen months for |1.(K) or the price of twelve. Address AlcCLl'RE\S, 4$ 59 Kast JJtd Stieet, New York City. Write for itgent's terms. Mothers Praise It. Mothers everywhere praise One Min ute (.'ough Cure for the sufferings it has I relieved and the lives of their little ones it has saved. A certain cure for coughs, croup and whooping cough. A. L. Spaf- i ford, Postmaster, Chester, Mich., says: I "Our little girl was unconscious from i strangulation during a sudden and terri ble attack of croup. One Minnte Cough Cure (juickly relieved and cured her and I cannot praise it too highly." One Minute Cough Cure relieves coughs, makes breathing easy, cuts out phlegm, draws out intlamation, and removes very cause of a cough and strain on tings. Sold by Cook A Odcc. A (Jood Complexion. I "Sparkling eyes and rosy cheeks ro stored by using DeWitt's Littlo Early ICisers," so writes S. P. Moore, of Na cogdoches, Tex. A certain cure for bil iousness, constipation, etc. Small pills -eatiy to take- easy to act. Sold by Cook A Oder. NICK BJORNSTAD, The Shoeman. We have the best asiortm nt of n's and Lidles Warm Lined and Felt Shoes as Will as the largest and st complete line of Overshoes and Rubbers in all sizes anddrades. Overgalters. Has!isy, Gloves and Hittens. Have just received a Large line of samples in warm shoes and slippers, now is the time to get warm hoesst a small cost. Come and Look them over. magazine one of the million who rend it erert month. Tt is with "The Best at any Price" six for the or more tc resting short stories in eveey namlier, continued stories, liemitiful pictules in colons, and articles by such famous writers as Ida M. Tar t-ell, Lincoln Steffens, Kay Stannard Baker, John LaFarge, William Allen White, and Charts Wagner. Get all of it right into vour home I taking fldraiitHg© of ti i i- wtuHirifiOTMc in- King s Dyspepsia Tablets cure indi ge.stion, dyspepsia and strengthens tbe stomach. Sold by Stoddard A Halstead A Heavy Load. „To lift that load off the stotuob take Kodol Dyspepsia CUn\ It digests what you eat. Sour stomach, belching, gas on stomach and'all disorders of the stomach that are curable, are instantly relieved and permanently cured by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. S. P. Storrs, a druggist at 297 Main street, New Britain, Conn., says: "Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is giving such universal satisfaction and is *o surely becoming the positive relief and subsequent cure for this distressing ailment, 1 feel that I am always sure to satisfy and gratify my customers by rce omending it to them. I write thin to Khovv how well the remedy is spoken of hore. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was dis covered after years of scientific experi ments and will positively cure all stdte. ach troubles. Sold by Cook & Odee.