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P" 1 i I I'"* THE DAILY THUK-iDAVrOC'^^^^- TERMS OP SUBBCWPIW*. By mail,» y«*r H* mall, 6 month* By ®all,8 month® Daily, by carrier, per w«ek VOTE THIS WAY. For Representative, WM. LOWE. yo¥E THIS VOTE THIS WAY. For Register of Deeds, OLE I. MOGER. MPMI «—C—I LEADEB .*40 8.00 TO ADVKRT1SKUS. Th* DIUT LEADER nukes a special feature of furnishing information coiKernina thtradwotogee and resource-* of Ui« cit.v of Madison and oi the •tate at Urve entitling to the patronajrw o* ad vertiser* of every ch-* Proprfrtor- VOTE THIS For St att» Senator, ABEL MI TCHELL,. WAY For Representative, M. D- GILLIVR IV. VOTE THIS ir.tr. For County Judge, J. tt. WILLIAMSON. VOTE THIS Il'-U'. For Treasurer, JOHN L. JONES. VOTE THIS WAY. For Clerk of the Court®, i J. M. PRESTON. VOTE THIS WAY. For States Attorney, D. D. HOLDRIDGE. VOTE THIS WAY.. For Sheriff, WM. LEE. VOTE THIS WAY. For Auditor, A. A. NORTHROP. -J-. IBB VOTE THIS WAY. For Superintendent of Schools, EDWARD L. BIEDERSTAEDT VOTE THIS WAY. For Commissioner, 3d District, 1 a A. AYERS. VOTE THIS WAY. For Surveyor, JOHN GREGOR. VOTE THIS WAY. For Coroner, a w W O O E Y CONSTITUTIONAL. AMENDMENTS. Three amendments to the state consti tution come up for consideration before the coming election November and for final action on election day. What shall be done with them? These amend ments are published in the official elec tion notice in this paper and should be closely studied by every voter. The first asks: "Shall Section 5, Art. IX, of the constitution, be ameoded so as to niake the superintendent of schools eh gible to hold said office for more than four years in succession?" Answer this emphatically by voting "No." There is not a more pestilential fellow in exist ence in politics than the average county superintendent of schools if be is per mitted to have a life lease of the office The constitution, now limits his lease of office to two terms,like all other oounty officers except county judge and clerk of eourts. Let it stay so. Vote "No." The second amendment reads, "Shall paragraph 9, Art. VIII, of the constitu tion be so amended as to give women the right to vote for any school officer at any election ac which such School ofli oer is to be elected?" Vote "Yes" ou this amendment. Not that it is of very great 'importance but because it would straighten out a muddled construction now put upon the constitution. To not vote for it would simply leave the mat tar where it is. Women can now vote for all school officers except state super intendent, when there is no other propo sition or officers to be voted for at the same time. To carry this amendment would straighten out this tangle and al low us to hold school elections at the same time with other elections. It would be a saving of expense and a simply ting jp| (he ballot. The third amendment, whieh is a dan jgerous one, and one which we will dis •ouss more at length at another time, ahouid be voted down emphatically, (t A» a dangerous amendment, unjust and .it carried would leave the field open for legislation oppressive and grinding to the poor man. Vote "No* ..Oft the third amendment by all means. VEXPORTS AND IMPOSTS. We are now having a working illustra tion of the new tariff law, perhaps not as pointed as we will have later, but enough TO show which way the wiud blows and what wiil make us wince Is II R^' 1 when it derel- TQPS ita greatest evils. The treasury statement for the month of September just CLOSED shows the total exports for the month to be $53,038,803 TTE AGAINST |B2,03C,798, for the corresponding month year ago, and that with threatened tariff reduction was bad enough. Thia a loss in round namoefs of $13,000,000 9R that much lee® money, we draw from fbreign countries. And on the other piand white our exports have decreased DURING the month the imports have in creased nearly 4,300,000 for the same tyjjA In fiantAjnlw -V\V were $59,038,8(3 while for the same month a year ajfo they were $46,300,612. This four millions and a third which we pay foreigners for imports in excess of the same month a year ago is for goods, wares and merchandise which our own laborers in this country should be earn ing and but for the Gorman law would be earning while they are now lying idle. Workman! How do you like it! On the other hand ic is a noticeable fact that decrease of exports which would have brought thirteen millions more of money to this side of the water, is most in agricultural products. The re formers promised that we would sell more Hour, meat, and other farm pro ducts to European countries if we would buy more of Europe's manufactured products. How does it work in practice? Voter take notice and let us get back to republican protection as quickly as pos sible. Th# nainber of M. E. churches Id the South Dakota conference is, according, to its statistical secretary 132, with a membership of 9,958. The value of its church buildings is $288,000, and of par sonages, $50,000. The number of its Sunday school scholars is 11,551 And of teachers and officers, 1,780. The church es of the conference have contributed to ministerial support $54,242 and for all other purposes, $7,421. Secretary Faulkner of the democratic oongressional committee has sent an ap peal to the democrats of JNew York to harmonize their divisions on congress ional candidates or they may cause the loss of the next congress to democracy Well, Mr. Faulkner, this apprehension at this date is unnecessary. That detn ocratic congress will not be. Yankton Press, 1G: J. E. Kelly, popu list candidate for congress, asserts in his eeches with much positiveness that the tariff is of no consequence as an 19 sue. Senator Kyle, who was elected as a populism statea with equal vigor that the tariff is about the only issue before the people. This is the difference be tween a man who has graduated from the populistic class and one who ia only half way over. A year's association with the democratic side of the house would effectually overturn Mr. Kelly's theories. WANT LAltD IN SUTWIALTT. Pima Mad Maricopa Indiana Would live Like White#. TUCSON, A. T., Oct. 18.—A special from Sacatone Indian agency says: Governor Hughes, by reqnest, met the Pima and Maricopa Indians in council. All the chiefs spoke. They told the governor they wanted the farming lands of their reservation al lotted to themselves in severalty, in small tracts furnished with water to cultivate the same, and wanted to live like whites, own their own homes and support themselves. The governor told them he would assist them as they de sired in their rep9't. The policy of the government was encouraging, ai it wanted to help the Indians to hol|f themselves. This pleased the chiefs. These Indians have been friends of tHe whites for time inn memorial, and many have reached a high degree of civiliza tion. They will make a formal appli cation to the interior department through their agent, J. B. Young, for allotment of lands. ORDERED TO WITHDRAW. A People* Partjr Candidate Most Get Off the Tlcket-or Loee His Job. CHEYENNE, Wy., Oct. 18.—J. F. Pierce, candidate for state auditor on the Peoples party ticket, has been no tified by George L. Black, assistant su perintendent of the Union Pacific Coal company, that he must either withdraw from the ticket or leave the employ of the company. The order, it is said, comes from the receivers of the road. The law of the state makes it an offense, punishable by a fine of from $300 to $500 for any individual or corporation to interfere 1 with the employes or in any way pre vent them from becoming candidates for office. Chairman Merritt has de cided to serve notice upon the coal company not to violate this order, and will offer a reward of $1,000 for the conviction of any person guilty of such violation. Iowa Insurance Figure*. D*s MOINES, Oct. 18.—C. G. Mc Carthy, auditor of state, has just issued his annual insurance report. The tables show that'during the year fire insurance risks amounting to $265,146, 667 were written premiums received, 14,447,391.82 losses paid, $2,254,922.86. «Wheat at 65 Coat* a* New York. NEW YORK, Oct. 18.—The 66 cents mark for December wheat, which the bears have prophesied for weeks past, was reached at noon, amid a wild rush of selling inaugurated by the short traders. NEWS BRIEFLY REPORTED. Ex-Premier Meroier is much worse. Stevedores at Colon we on strike fc* higher wages. Kentucky bankers are in snnnal con vention at Paducah. The Manhattan Athletic eluh of New York is to be reorganized. The French-Eversole fend has broken out afresh in Perry county, Ky. John L. Sullivan says he wants to fight the winner in the Corbett-Fita simmons mill. The Theater Comique at Minneapolis has been close i by order of the superin tendent of police. Ignatius Donnelly, in his newspaper, 1 prophecies the election of Owens and ,h Uv i ?\VA. v- omen CALLAHAN'i Oae of the Snbj«et« of Inqnlry n^We L#iow Committee. NEW YORK, Oct. IT. —Policeman Cal lahan's "pull" was the subject of the earliest inquiry by the Lexow commit tee. James Smith, who keeps a restaur ant in Greenwich street, told tha com mittee how the officer came to his place intoxivated one day last week, threat ened him with a revolver and otherwise conducted himself in a disorderly man ner, winding up by taking the witness to the police station. Lawyer Moss told the committee that all in due season the police commi sioners would be call upo i to explain why Callahan aud other brutal or drunken offi ers were permitted to remain 011 the force undisciplined, Jo seph F.ankel, a saloon keeper, tolil of paying Policeman Shelvy $5 a week for "protection," and of having been ar rested upen a trumped up charge and bull-dozed into paying $200 for the as sistance of Silver Dollar Smith to save him from state prison. Frankel was discharged without a hearing by the police justice, after the money had been paid. Counsel Goff. called the committee's attention to the registration of paupers and criminals released from Blackwell's Island. He said he had written Super intendent Byrnes and the commission ers of charities and corrections con cerning this illegal registration. He read the reply from Mr. Byrnes, in which the latter said he had taken steps to bring to justice those who had regis tered illegally. Mr. Goff said 800 in mates of the work house had been re leased without judicial proceedings. Alix Secured Concession*. BERLIN, Oct. 17.—The Kreua Zeitung says Princess Alix of Hesse has ob tained concessions from the Russian holy synod, such as no princess in a like position ever before secured in em bracing the orthodox faith. The prin cess, according to the newspaper men tioned, will not declare her former re ligion to be accursed, nor will she state that her conversion is due to the con viction that the truth lies not with her own but with the Russian church. It is added that the holy synod will be satisfied that the princess joins the Greek church in order to be of the same religion as her future husbandL Slaughtered Sheep. DEBEAUE, Cola, Oct. 17.—Thirty-five high-bred bucks belonging to Herb Young and 20 ordinary sheep belonging to John Fitzpatrick, have been slaught ered in their pens, presumably by cat tlemen. It is reported that Young's main herd of 3,000 sheep on the range also been slaughtered, but this is doubted, as the herd is strongly guarded by well-armed mem Cook's Bold Bandit*. MUSKOOEE, I. T., Oct. 17.—The Cook gang of outlaws have been in the neigh borhood of Gibson Station several days They have been boldly approaching places between the Verdigris and Ar kansas rivers, and demanding their meals, for which they pay liberally Information is brought that the full band is camped within two miles of Muskogee, jut behind the hill, Gatbe northeast side. Returned Mr*. Fuller** Diamond*. WASHINOTOH, Oct. 17.—Mrs. Melville W. Fuller, wife of the chief justice has recovered $1,500 worth of diamonds that was stolen four days ago from the family residence on Massachusetts are nue. They were evidently taken by some of the workmen who were mak ing repairs on the house, and were re turned to the bureau when the. became too warm. ':%j Trial of Gilbert and Other*. Le SUEUR, Minn., Oct. 1?.^-Judge Francis Caldwell opened the fall term of the district court at Le Sueur Center The calendar ia a short one. The case of the state against Charles B. Gilbert of Minneapolis and others for alleged misappropriation of wheat at the Otta wa elevator is expected to be called. "T DitmiMloi Baygageinaaten. 8A» FRANCISCO, Oct. 17.—The Chron icle says that the Southern Pacific is continuing its policy of retrenchment by dismissing all the bagga^emajstera employed on the road, the work on the trains to be performed thereafter by the express messengers. Sarreader of Bargo/ae. SARATOGA, N. Y., Oct 17.—The an niversary of the surrender of Bar^oyiid Ih being celebrateed here by the Daugh ters of the Revolution. A flag raising will be one of the features of thft4*rs celebration. Tabor Aaansaaaeat Company AatfM. DRSVKR, Oct. 17.—The Tabor Amuse ment company assigned after the court was asked to arrange a settlement of the amount due from ex-Senator BL A. W. Tabor to Mrs. Smith, who was formerly Mra. Swickheimer, who loaned him $275,000 some time ago in order to prevent the foreclosure of a mortgage at the Tabor blcck and opera hovse. People of Labrador will suffer from |20f«», and is partially covered bj iti lack of food unless they are assisted by raraaos. 5 the government B—adary Dhyf AJa*i*i. WASHINGTON, Oct. 17.—Advices re ceived at the Mexican legation here to the effect that the boundary dispute be tween Mexico and Guatemala, which for a time severely strained the friendly relations between the two countries, has at length been adjusted upon terms Kittisfa-ittory to both nation*. A Floor Mill UMfcroyaS. UnHHHtwooi* N. D., Oct. 17.*—The Lidgerwood Mill company's flouring mill was completely destroyed by fire early Sunday morning. The mill was full of wheat and flour. The loss is Mew Fapw For Olivia. BKPWOOD FALLS, Oct. 17.—The San born Sentinel, which discontinued pub lication at Sanborn last week, is soon to appear under a new name at Olivia, which will be the county seat of Een rffls. W $ m- 'A i •i: .v~ Baloag*d la •*. Paal. SfcEWoofe FALLS, Minn., Oc& A man whose identity is unknown was found in an unconscious condition on a grade half a mile east of Echo. He was brought to Echo and placed in the office of a livery barn and medical aid summoned. The unfortunate man died in a few hours. Nothing could be learned from him except that he be longed at St. Paul and had been In search of work. The case will be inves tigated. Work For ft, Clond Coavletfc ST. CLOUET Mihn.," Oct. 17.—The board of managers of the state reform atory have decided to put in a brush factory in the state institution here, as one of the new industries, and the ma chinery is now being placed. It is ex pected that convicts will be put to work making brushes withyi the next 60 days. This will be followed up with basket factory next year, and the third industry may be broom making. Kaffir* Again Atta^c the Town. LOURENZO, Marquez, Oct. 17.—The rebellious Kaffirs are again attacking the town. The government has ap pealed to the South African republic (the Transvaal) fof assistance to qqeU the rebellion. Republican Btate Ticket. For Congress: ROBJiKT J. GAMBLE 3. /at particularly in the interest of irre&t agricultural uorthwest, it of Yankton A. PluKLlB of Faulk. Governor: CBARLE8H SHELDON of Oay. For, Lieutenant Governor: CHAS. N. HBRBKID of McPfeeraon. For Secretary o State: THOMAS TBORSON For Stat* And! tor: of Ltecolau j.x. *irrL* o( Hutchinson. For State Treasurer: KIRK U.PHILLIPS For Attorney General: COE I.CRAWFORD of Lawrence. Foi*State Senator, ABEL MITCHELL, lot Representative*, of Hughe*. For State Sumtntendent Public Injunction: FRANK CRANK of Coddlbgton. er School and Public Land*: J.l. LOCKHART Pot CdftLmlwloner of a bcr Statlstio*: 8. A. WHBELKR WM. LOWJE. Il D. McGILLIVltAT. For Cottnty Jndge, J. H. WILLIAMSON. For Clerk of the Court*, J. M. PRESTON. For SUte* Attorney, D. D. HOLDRlDGtC. For SherUT, v WM. LEE. For Superintendent of School*, EDWARD BIEDERSTAEDT. For Auditor, A. A. NORTHROP. For Treasurer, t. L. JONlSi For Register of Deed*, a OLE *OGf$. For Surveyor, JOHN GREQOBv For Cotowfit, 8. WOOLEY. Pot Commlwloner, 5d District, 8. A. AYERS. Republican Platform. 1. The repoftiican party of the etet* of Sooth in eonveu'ion dMlore* aaow its niie«ittiice to those great principle# for which republicanism has etood eter since it* formal organization, and which have been from time to time declared in it» pi at forme. •i. In the interest of the country at large We believe w and its ol The tke dangerons r*,m and th# people of thia affirm* it* con viction that thia nation owes to it* own citizen# and th«ir industries all reasonable protection aiftinat competition with fort i rts labor and U believe that thin can be beit alia most certainly afforded by the friend* of protection, rather than by thows who declare, as aid the last democratic national convention, that protection i* unconeti tntional and fraudulent, and which declaration hi.* pmitten thix whole country that has withered with a ito blight manufacturing indt»«riea. •hriveicd its commerce, and dried tip thfc foun tain of it* ftoancea. 8. The policy of a democratic congre*#, which eriea apou this country the tribute of million* in behalf of the sugar tnjtt, and robe thie country's wool grower* of million* in behalf of AuotraUau flock owner*, ha» bvvn fltly character lKed by ft democratic tremd» nt perfidy and flic honor, and we demure oar preference for that reciprocity policy or the republican party, which got fomotbing for the country at large in ex change for whatever adv«ntai t: was accorded foreign cation® and their commeicial interests. 4. HepublicaniMii had it* birth a* i movunwut o emancipate AtrtVrica frora the curse of slave abor, and ita profound concern ever unce has been and t« now iho promotion of whatever would guarantee to jabor it# dti« share in the prod net to which it has contributed, a* well to guarantee to capital #nch indnceuieut* would nspire it# investor* with confidence. We de plore the occurrence of any conflict* between labor and capital. We denounce the agitation of demagogue* designed to foment and intensify the** conflict*, and moat earnestly disapprove U.f. use of private armed force* in any attempt to ttle tbctu. that an appeal to the officer* is amply fnffreient risen. 5. Feeling that American be protected to protect I op«rty and prwerye v»e*ce a»fl a seferwnce to .'ally created or amicably chosen boards of rtjtnration the be*t method of adjusting all d1* i^reements ont of which the** conflicts have citizenship against should paupet the Importation of and criminal clashes from abro««l, «e favor eocfc modiflaitlon of our Imnilgntioo law* a* will more fully effect such protection 6. We favor the as® of botti silver and gold as money, at a ratio of 16 to 1, confining the coinage of silver to the American prod net, at the net coat of the actual e*peuse of coinage and we demand that silver a* wetl a* gold shall be a legal tender for the payment all debts, both public and private and we pledge the congressional hom inees of thia ooiiventU.il to support the princi ples herein contained 7 abnormal development corporation of corporation -an kHivcM in favor of the idea of of capital has resulted In modern times 111 ininifpKf aggregations of money in cer tain classes private enterprise, of 1nc rioration* w e therefore declare power of trust# aud prevent tm far as possible 8. We consider it combinvs, and the aggression* of these tremeudoua accumul*tions of capital. the duty of every patriotic cltlien 10 foster, patronize and encourage the the heme interests of our young «Ute agri culture, mining manufacturing and commercial^— and It is the dutv of the state go\, rim:ent to throw around them «u li a* win insi.r- fair and reasori»bte protection *J h' trntisportatum eomj hi ks ftKj tfif"' fi'efe«t* sro so int.-r'flcki'll thai I1* ':em md .»r o'.t 'ej^slatute thai iLe rail- E U I N A E N "IP gdt Odf new goods &re in, 0o to pf Grant. Of Batte. For Railroad Commissioner First District: JOHN R. BBENNAN of Pennington. For Railroad Commissioner Second District: GEO. A. JOHHSTOK of Daviaon For Railroad Commissioner Third District: FRANK J. COS KLIN ofClMfL Eepnblican Oounty Ticket Notice of General Klection. Notice I* hereby given, that on Tueadajr, No vember fltt', 18W4, being the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November, a general eb-ction will be held in tUe several voting precincts in Lake c.uiity, South Dakota, as the same ha* been fixed for election purpose*, for the election of the following state and coaoty iSMHt-llp'' Two representatives in coDflrafee. One governor. One Lieutenant governor. One secretary of aiate. Ob« state treasurer. One attorney gen«if*l. #0 are getting the worst of it, while we are getting the and prices are in imping wifi the times.fi It is Wonderful how one trade keeps up and one forgets about hard times when visiting our store. Just try it and see. You cannot get along without Groceries! Good Groceries, Wholesome Provisions, Choice Delicacies. Because eating is a habit you acr Sairedtoat II cai In a tag I a very early age an® ings you still. It is a good habit if propea:jLiT controlled and supplied wittf Don't bu^ one ITZGERHLDS aud buy from Siis new, clean fall stock. He will give you has received a beautiful line of Dress Goods, suitable f^r all classes. There are many noveltfgfi in Dress Goods this year, and Fitz gerald lias them all. w*v commissioners shall be dignified with sufficient authorty to properly protect such inter est* against nnjost discriminations by such trans portation companies. 9. Au overwheiming majority of the old soldiers of the Union know upon which party to depend for due recognition of their patriotic **c riflce and valorous service in crushing rebellion, and the^republicans of (South Dakota only ncel assure them of the same justice and liberality r.i their bebaif that haa been declared heretofore, and wbicb bus been so Industriously promoted by Sonttt Dakota'* representative* of tb*t party In congress. 10. We congratulate Month Dakota upon the admirable manner in which the present adminis tration has conducted the affairs of the state, maintaining the public credit at ail time*, and conducting the affairs of the commonwealth at the expense oer capita amounting to only about one h«tlf that of state* surrounded by condition* similar to our*. 11. Keeling a*»ur'd that the principle of tb* republican party afford the best possible banisof government, we cordially invite all good citlwsn* to rally to the support ^hereof, guaranteeing to them that it is our purpose to promote every in terest which is calculated to secure the greatest good to the greatest number, and also to oppose whatever may be dewriueuU. to tke beat inter ests of the people of thi* state and nation as a whole. i One stale auditor. One saptrhiundent of public instruction Ooe conimisitioner of public land*. One commissioner of labor etatlitlc*. Three rails1 oort roattlMnoutlt.1 thie #tat- «en»l»r. Two representatlro* to the legislator*. one county iadgs. One state* attorney, One clerk of the cooit*. Oae sheriff. Otle *u peri nten dent Of Ooe county auditor. Otoe county treasurer. One regiater of d*ad*. One county surveyor. One coroner. Pour county justice* of til* Four county constate*. One cooftty cotninlwioaer for tne TTitra lora mianioner district, comprising Jadue, Famin®. ton, fterman, OrlanA. ClUrtio, Wlofreo, Cob e*r« ami Wayne towa*hlps. %o vote OH the prwpo*ed amendment* 'to the constitution, vlr. 'mart Section 5, Article IXV of the Constlts tion, be amended a* to make the Saper.ia- tendout of Schools eligible to held jawl office Iff more than f«nr year* In *«ec*e»ioor' **Sb*ll Faragrapto #, Article V J|, of the Loa stltution, be so amended ae to five wonaeo tio right to vote for my *chooi o®e*r -ttavelOe tion at which *ncb *fhool officer 1* to be eleet- Vt "SMU Section 4, Article XXI, of the Ooristt tntiftti, be ameoded «o a* to read 88 follow*: Hoctton 4. TS* Mfelsiat'ire shall from by or our- such legislation as will thwart Bated at Madison, Booth of October, A. B. 'x .i v genera! !M limit mtid define the vaiue and »i«® of a horn*' stead of each HcM of a which shall b* exempt from 0* mt#ae proonse levy and oiAo ex««flofi, and »ad from as, other'final process Iwiued from any court, «cep upon the fmroeloMre of a mortgage, or V«j*8O«l il»o, or -tabor done, or tMog» fttrnisbed in the con*trtactlOB or repair of any building, erection ott»r improvement thevtoii, attd •hall ai#o provide tor »s*eh exemption of a reso on able acnoaat of fi««tOBal pr^j.erty V Said election tball be open »t 8 o'clock in th« foretioor and will continue open mffll o'cloek In the afternoon of the same day Dakota, this 9th G. W HT.NKEL. County Auditor Dr. Price'* Grwun Baking PowdMr World's Fair Hfgtieat Award. A' ^,'V bavt of it. These are what you can get at money-saving prices. M. J. McQillitfray. UKKERAI. JIE1U %\IHK Mr |EW -AND- MKAT MAKMBT. City Meal Market ftsepe constantly on hand •till line of Fresh and Cured Meats, Fish, Fowl and Game, ia SOETHEL&SCHULTZ. COAL BARS and SOFT COAL! Now ia the time to order. G. H. IRISH. Agi. AJ-OCA^ NEWSPAPER .18 BY PAR. The Best paper published in Madison lor the Homers of Lake Countfi It gives the City and County Local Hews s bcistdde 4 large amount of ant day STATE AP NATIONAL NEWS carefuly compiled \/. -i from oar daily 4asu6 v v i V- lAv-V"'