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BI.ANK, EDITOR.
|Nl
VIII. NO. 28
REPUBLICAN TICKET.
.nrcsi'iitiiliv"—J',l,n Teasdale.
"r y„jsi.Ti»f —Folin Miller.
"Vmintv
Auditor—A llywatcr.
,,„si1r,r-H.IWa!l..,-0.
,,,,,,,1 .lu.iii.-AConverse.
Attorney—li
I
Nonlyke.
rr'iH'k nft'ourls—N Dunham.
"..^.nfS-h-ols-tleo. William*.
.Unr-O It Paddock.
,in,y1.r-TM«lut.k.
,r I'nnimT- Dr. A Matliias.
,r,iiisti',"i"f,l"' J'caoe—«J?o natemaii,
),
H:u ktt,
Cti.is.
Jacobs, and IS llinforcl.
niitlileM—.lames Foster, .1 A liieuel,
jn.jtli.itml Alberts.
INDEPENDENT TICKET.
j[,.pri Heiiwtivc—V I Converse
,~ister
of
IM'ds-F
W Whitney.
.viMitor-O .1 Marshall.
,..tiinr-l'eterShiiltz.
,R MHTM'-
I'at McDonald.
fOmnty Judge—A
I Churchill.
oiiiity Attorney--Clias. W McDonald.
irirkof Courls—SS Yrooman.
yj|ii, f.Schools—Mrs. EV Miles.
vnvvycir—H Sliiinp,
\,i'ssor-H
A Kriok.
iri'(ir"iiT—.loliu Chapman.
rjuMkes-K Miles, John Kay, IS Bin
,'aini II Hughes.
,'r 'ililcs— 11 Korris, John Tawlks,
i.iaciihs. ami Ceo. liatenian.
Republican
State Convention.
i,. imlilii'aiis of South Dakota will meet
convention in Mitchell, South Dako
tin- opera iM.use on Wednesday, the 27th
„l \uj:iist. IS!H). at o'clock p. m. for the
iti phicing in noniination candidates as
rum Representatives in Congress.
,neriior.
i.ii'iitriiant Coventor,
swri'lary of State,
Treasurer.
rAmlitor.
1
Attorney General.
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
r« .mmiissionerof Schools ami Public I
.amis
p« veral counties will be entitled to the
ivliii representation:
rit- Delegates Counties
ra
I'
ll.'Mime
kiiiKJ
VI:
i.yii
sMix
Delegates
8 liiiU'liinson 7
19 lljde 4
Jerauld
IS Kingsbury 15
:K: l.uke
8 Lawrence 24
Liuc'oln 15
Marshall
li Mead
8 Miner 8
15 Minnehaha
IS Moody l'.'
15
Mc('»ol-
mils
JlUM'
McPli«rson 7
10 Pennington 11
14 I'otter
Roberts 4
7 Sanborn 1(J
8 Spink L'.t
4 Stan lev 1
8 Sully r,
1 Turner
8 Ihiiou 11
1:1 Walworth 4
7 Yankton
7
nrilor of tlie committee. Dated at Aber
.Mjtitli Dakota, May 9, 1890.
CHAIU.KM T, MCCOY,
i.iAM li. Ki icitt.[' Chairman.
Secretary.
BUSINE8S CARDS.
M. MATH
IAS, M. D.
umeoftlie University of Pennsylvania—
5
of 1809), otters his professional services.
A full liuc o!
BE DRUGS AND MEDICINES
.Stationery, Toilet Articles, Garden Seeds
Paints, Oils, Class, Patty,
Sic.
WiiSSINGTON SPRINGS. DAKOTA.
.TURNER, M. D.,
hysician and Surgeon.
Wessmgton Springs Dakota.
ce. Nurth Side Main 8tc«et. ISO
c. SHOUSE, M. D.
fiopatliic Physiciaa and Snrgeon.
PliASKINTON,
DAKOTA.
3-l«f
MCDONALD,
raey at Lav and Notary Public
Wessington Springs, Dakota,
"wyaucint? promptly and carefully attead
Will practice In all the Territorial courts
wtions remitted as soon as made.
E. C. NORDYKE
OLAWYER.O
iU transact Heal Estate business
make collections promptly
practice in all courts in the state.
K"'l'
(iL .SUKUSON,
Will practise in the
District, Probate and
.Justices courts. Collec
tions a specialty.
Wessington Springs S
D.
F,"SKV—AT—LAW
R. FRANCIS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND
SOLICITOR or PENSIONS-
!!lV|ifO.\
SPUI.NC8, S. DAK
HO! Harness,
dies and whips.
Hall's
sad-
Flynets and laproben
Whips from 20c to 95.
Kepairing neatly done
and on short notice.
Wessiugton Springs, t.
"iuxEsg SHOP.
D.
K. COLE,
^otchmaker and Jeweler.
attention Riven to tine re
'DS. engraving &c. Third door
Oftnt
lSuobom
0&Ii*'cket
County Bank,
South Dak.
WEATHER RECORD.
Month of July, 1890, as furnished by
the Commissioner of Immigration on
authority of Gen. A. AV. Greeley, Chief
Signal Officer, U. S. A., Washington,
The mean temperature for the month
of July in South Dakota as computed
from the four U. S. Signal offices in the
State was 75.4 degrees or nearly 5 de
grees higher than during the same
month of the precedingsix years.
The precipitation was 1.51 inches, as
against 4.42 inches in 1884 2.G4 in 188.V
179 in 1886 4.17 in 1887 2.54 in 1888!
and 3.95 in 1889. It is thus seen that
the rain-fall was not only lighter, but
the tempoiature higher than during
the same month of the preceding six
years.
The June rain-fall was the heaviest
in seven years, and the growing crops
fairly leaped away from the backward
condition in which they were held
during the dry and cool months of
spring. Seeding had been later than
usual, bat the plentiful moisture of
the first summer month caused rapid
development and the impression was
general that the possible warm and
drying winds of July would hav.e no
serious or wide spread effect.
Our July report, which includes
August 1st, is not as encouraging as
was expected. The month was as dry
as A une was wet. Singular to say the
condition was reversed, the wettest
month in seven years was followed Ly
the hottest and dryest month in seven
years.
As usual, from the speculative cen
ter#. come stories of failure ami then
again of unusual abuudance, many of
them invented to serve temporary
schemes audjobs. The wheat crop of
India and South of Europe is reported
to be 50 per cent, off, while the winter
crop of the United States is said to be
the shortest in several years. There
is nothing in the condition of the grain
•crops of South Dakota to justify any
reckless or exaggerated statements of
failure or of great success. The aver
age yield may not be as large as in
some former years, it is larger however
than last year.
It the general reports concerning the
world's crops are true, those who have
wheat to sell may realize prices which
have not prevailed for several seasons,
and that is compensation for what
may be a light yield.
The Knights of Labor, published at
Aberdeen, Dakota, criticises Congress
man Pickler of that State on his po
sition upon the silver question. Mr.
Tickler's record is unassailable from
the point taken, and tho criticism,
therefore, unjust. Mr. Pickler spoko
iu favor of free coinage when the mat
ter was lirst before the House, aod up
on the vote to refer the Senate bill to
the House Committee on Coinage,
Weights, and Measures, with instruc
tions to make a favorable repert, Mr.
Pickler was paired with Mr. Stahl
neckerof New York, who opposed free
coinage. Mr. Gilford, Mr. tickler's
colleague, voted for this reference and
to instruct, stating the position of Mr.
l'ickler as favorable. On the final
passage of the Senate bill Mr. Pickler
voted "aye," and has been recognized
as radically differing from his party on
the silver question. He was absent
when the conference bill was adopted,
and there is ao reason to charge that
he would, if present, have stultified his
record.—National Economist.
Major Pickler is making a vigorous
tight in congress for an appropriation
for irrigating the Dakotas. Irrigation
is carried on successfully in several
states and territories and why not try
it here. To be sure there are seasons
when it would not be needed, but when
it is needed hundreds of thousands of
dollars would be saved to the people of
the two states.
One of the most fearful storms ever
known in the United States occurtd
at Wilkesbarre, PenD., the l'Jth inst.
It is estimated that fifty lives were
lost and hundreds of thousands of dol
lars worth of property destroyed.
For Sale or Trade.
One span good work horses for good
yoke work oxen. Enquire at the post
office.
ANew Railroad for Pierre-
Telegrams from St. Paul this after
noon, from capitalists who have for
three months been negotiating with
the Pierre, Aberdeen,
and Black Jlills
railroad, give positive information
that the Pierre bonds in the sum of
$20,000, have been accepted and placed
on file, and that now everything is in
readiness to begin active work on the
road from Aberdeen west to Pierre.
This news was received by Pierre
people with even more enthusiasm,
than was the news of the capital elec-f
tion last fall. Pierre b«s worked some
five years to get this
road.—Sioux
Journal.
Cit/y
1
WOMANS REALM.
'Under God The People Rule" Motto
of South Dakota.
ARE WOMEN PEOPLE??
Conducted by I.oKllall. lilank associate editor.
The South Dakota Appeal, a strong
advocate of equal rights for women
in its issue of the 19th ult. says:
"As the campaign advances it be
comes more and more certain that the
equal suffrage amendment will surely
carry at the approaching election. The
Farmers' Alliance is supporting it as a
unit, while the Knights of Labor who
have a powerful organization in all the
large cities of the State, find it one of
the cardinal principles of their order,
and accordingly will bring all the pres
sure possible in its favor. The noble
women on the stump are making con
verts by the score. The bum element
found chiefly in our cities is strongly
apposed to woman suffrage, but we do
not think this faction will retard the
movement one bit. South Dakota will
maintain her record for reform and
advancement, and will emancipate her
women at our election next Novem
ber."
Words From Patriotic Lips.
JAMES A. (IAITRIEU).—"Laugh as we
may, pat it aside as a jest if we will,
keep it out of Congress and political
campaigns,still the woman question is
rising in our political horizon larger
than the size of a man's hand and
some solution, ere long, that question
must find
AKKAHAM: LINCOLN.—In 1834: "I go
for all sharing the privileges of the
government who assist in bearing its
burdens, by no means excluding wo
men." In 1864 "After this great
struggle for the Union, women will
vote."
SALMON P. CUASK, who maintained
the national credit during the war.—"I
see noend tothe good that will come
from woman suffrage to the elections,
to the elected and to the women them
selves."
Cn \ULKSSUMNER.—"In the progress
of civilization, woman suffrage is sure
to come."
FINANCIAL STATEMENT
Of the South Dakota Equal Suffrage
Association to July 19th. 1890.
(We clip the following from the
Suffrage Department of the Iluralist.
It will be of interest to all who have
contributed. We will state right here
that the new secretary, \V. F. Bailey,
only receives$30.00 a month, and re
mains at headquarters in Huron, giv
ing his whole time to the work. He is
the only offieer receiving pay.)
FORMER SECRETARY.
Total receipts by M. Jiarker, S237.27
reported by treasurer as received
from M. Barker but not given in his
statement, S29.G8 total receipts by S
A Richards, $779.11 total receipts
from all sources, $1,046.0(5.
DISBURSEMENTS.
Shannon & Longstaff, printing S 23 00
Barker,sllice expenses. 11 57
7 75
14 30
100 00
7 83
OF THE PEOPLE,FROM THE PEOPLE, FOR TIIE PEOPLE."
WESSINGTON SPRINGS, JERAULD COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY AUG- 22
secretary's salary..
otlice expenses
S A Richards, travelling expenses 11 8(5
barker, secretary's salary 100 00
100 00
office expenses 14 49
secretary's salary.. 200 00
otlice expenses— 13 92
Shannon & Longstaff, printing.. 5 00
Elizabeth Wardall, press work
expenses 5 50
Mrs. Best, tor organizing 13 48
Will 7 60
Cornwall 24 71
Nelson 50 00
Best 1152
Barker, oftsce expenses 15 25
S A Richards travelling expenses 8 30
Shannon Longstaff, printing. 15 00
II Devoe, cut of badge, etc... 5 65
S A Ramsey, paid to MeCrory.. 50 00
W Bailey, secretary's salary.. 30 00
Barker, office expenses—.. 2S53
Alliance Co., printing 26 00
Chas. Dunning, printing 20 CK)
Shannon «& Longstaff, printing. 17 00
Barker, secretary's salary 100 00
Total
Total Receipts
Total Disbursements..
Cash in treasury...
THE NEW DISCOVERY.
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neighbors talking about it. You may
yourself be one of the many who
know from personal experience just
how
good a thing it is. If you have
ever tried it you are one of its staunch
friends, because the wonderful thing
about it is that when once given a
trial, Dr. Kings New Discovery ever
after holds a place in the house. If
you have never used it and should be
afflicted with a cough, cold or anv
Throat, Lung or Chest trouble, secure a
bottle at once and give it a fair trial.
It is guaranteed every time or money
refunded. Trial bottles free at Roth
Brothers.
ALBERT & VESSEY,
„„,hlnVr«®«
Nothing
know hut little.
Well,
tm"
have it
Coffee
1
shoes
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cuts,
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Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
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Price 25 cents per box. For Sale By
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liave the liberty to
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What Is Sago.
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trees
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weather.
|)Ut there
there
use of
tiue'
fov it at our
Call
Tapioca Pud" 8
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is
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store.
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Compound Oxygen its Mode of Action and
record of several hundred surprising cures in a
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after being abandoned to die by other physi
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ROTH BROSatWossi-^ton Springs
"We
i&
to
tho tel)iooa.
Bra
made torn the root ot 1
that torrid came.
Tea From Jnpa"
just a word
"VVoonsocket nouij
ales,
zil,
imT°rted a
am)^C^
Ara,?'a
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Bakers, Sua! I'M,
White,*' Aberdeen ftonr
all prices
11
plant imlii!™»us
'ur
gtore
,,„t
mi«»m of wonders it
^nen"-4
Morei':r8
r,et=.,ete.
is a
8t
op to think ot
vast
the countries represented an
,vovlcn,en employ- to
eomfats and luxuries to yon
of General
Regard to Flour.
the market, au
Patent.
in
best in
and
Flour
all
trades
C5
ALBERT & VESSEY.
Sixteen Trans-Continental Pas*
senger Trains
Daily.
Under the new train schedule which the Nor
thern Pacilic Itailroad inaugurated June 15,1800
there will be sixteen trans-continental passen
ger trains moving daily
on this great line, eight
east bound and eight west bound, exclusive of
108 local, mainand branch line passenger trains
running daily west of St. Paul, Ashland and
Duluth in Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota
Montana, Idaho, Oregon and Washington oil
its 3800 miles of track.
Clias. S. Fee, General Passenger Agent of
thelineatSt. Paul, announces that under the
new arrangement the lirst through train, tlie
Pacilic Kx press, leaves
St. Paul at 8:15 A, M.,
Daily, with a through Pullman Pallace Sleep
ing Car, leaving Chicago daily at 5:30 p. m., via
tlie Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Uaiiway
rnnniug via Helena and Tacomadirect lib Port
land, and making close connections at St. Paul
with all trains leaving St. Louis ill the forenoou
and Chicago in tlio afternoon of the previous
day, arriving at Tacoma 10:50 a. m. of the
third day mid Portland the same afternoon.
The second through train, No. l, the Pacilic
Mail, leaves St.Paul at4:15p. m,daily, making
close connections with the "Fast Mail" aud all
night trains out of Chicago, will carry a through
Pullman Pallace Sleeping Car and one or more
Pullman Tourist Sleeing Cars leaving Ciiieago
at 10:45 p. m. daily by the Wisconsin Central
line, running through to Portlaud via Helena
and Tacoma. Both trains out of St. l'anl will
carry Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars, but free
colonist sleepers wilt be run only on train No.
1. leaving St. Paul at 4:15 p,
HI.
Tlie Northern Pacilic now operates the larg
est equipment of dining cars of any railroad in
the world, twenty-four, aud also the longest
Pullman Sleeping Car line in existance. namely:
Chicago to Portland via Tacoma, is tlie only
line running these sleepers to tlie principal
trade centers and pleasure resorts in Northern
Minnesota, North Dakota, Manitoba, Montana
and Washington,
Tlie recently completed Butte Air tine of the
Northern Pacilic makes this the shortest route
between Chicago and Butte by 120 miles and
enables this company to announce a through
Pullman Sleeping Car service between St Paul
and Tacoma and Portland via Butte, west oil
the 4:15 p. in. train, east from Portland oil the
7:00 a. in. Atlantic Mail.
MEAT MARKET.
E CALDWELL, Proj.
THE BEST OF
FRESH and CURED MEATS.
Fresh and Salt Meats and everything
usually kept in a rirst-class market.
Youn Cash Traded
SOLICITED.
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LOELLA LI. BLANK, ASSOCIATE.
NO- 387
Railroad Time Tables.
M. & St, P.
Alpena—Passenger Sonlii at
10-21
WooDSOCket—Passenger North at
S* A
a. in.
Passenger North at li:2:t p. m»
Freight North at
10:21
am
Freight South at
4:20
m.
02
m.
Passenger South at
10:40
am.
PassengerKast at
10:40.
am.
Freight North at
10:40
a m.
Freight South at 5:02 iu.
Freight Kast at 2:15 a m.
Southern MlnuesotaPassenger arrives at fZ:48
Freight arrives
at
4-40
0*
L. C.Wilson. Agent, ParsonsS.D
•j /W5
cm^
iMlWAUKEtli
Fast Mail Linet
witli Vestibuled Trains ho
tweenCnieago Milwaukee, St. Paul andMtn
lieapolis.
Trans-Continental Route
between
Chicago, Council Bluffs,
Omaha and the PaclttO
Coast,
Great National Route
between Chica­
go, Kansas City and St. Joseph, Mo.
,5700 Miles of Road
reaching all
pri
cipal points In Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota^
lowa. Missouri and Dakota.
For maps, time tables, rates of passage an
freight, etc., apply to the nearest station agent
of the
Chicago, Milwaukee^.St. FauC
Railway,
or to any Railroad Ageutaiiywhett
in the World.
R.Miller, A V.H.Carpenter,
General Manager. Gen'l Pass and Tkt. Ag
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
J5?~For information in reference
to lands and
towns owned by the CHIOAOO, MILWAUKEE
"VfENOCKAl'H*V
A
PAUL ltailw aj Company, write to H.G
HAUOAN, Land Commissioner. Milwaukee, Wis
con sin
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The Unrivaled Equipment of tho Line
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