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THE DAILY LEADER
MADISON. BOOTH DAKOTA. THURSDAY, OCT. 18, 1894. Loeftl Tins® Tablet. Chicago. Milwaukee ft St. e*ul KnUwiy, Wktek took effect, Sunday, May »s, ISM TRAIN# OOltHI *A»T. Passenger, No. 4. depart* 11:50 a. M. Freight, No. '•*, depart* f»:45 a. ro. Frsigbt, No. 74, departs .30 ®. TRAINS W«KT, Passenger, No. 3, depart* 3:06 p. ia. Freight, No, ft, departs 00 a. m. TBAINU *Kom run BAST. Pacaenger, No. X, arrives 8*00 p. m. Freight, No. 71, arrive* 4-M&, m. Freight, No. 96, arrive* 6:00 p. in. THAIN8 FROM TBI Wirt. Passenger, No. S, arrive# tl :15 a. ®. Freight, No. 98, arrives 5 :l(l p. m. All the above trains carry pttessngers HI freights only when passenger* are provided with icket*. Passenger miss going east make connection \i Egas tor ail point* south, and passenger train going west, at Woi.niorket for ail pnnts sMUl. MA0ISOM & BB1PTOL UH1. Passenger goine north, departs 3:15p. m. i*HMBK«r from north arrives, 11 :30 a. m. INO. LARKIN. Local Agent. THE CITT. LO€AL BUKVITlip, Wheat, 42 oents flax, 1.2& O. J. Tweedt returned from Aberdeen. Mrs. John Foley went to Wentworth. Mrs. J. P. Farley returned from How ard. Elder Burdick of Aberdeen was an arrival on the noon train from the west. Harmon Stahl was a passenger for Vermillion to visit his old college haunts. Miss Bell Chase of the Normal school returned to her home at j|lunt on tbe evening train. Mrs. J. W. Markle* oC Dubuque, grandmother of Editor Farley, arrived on the evening train to spend the winter here. Judge Howe, populist candidate for governor is spending the rest of the week n canvassing Lake oounty. H. L. Loucks went to Oanton. Judge Holdridge's court was ooeupied to-day ia hearing tbe case of Johnson & Oulstine against Noyes Fox, sheriff, to recover acorn plow laky eq js^utioa from a third party. Dry slabs at the John Paul Lumber Co.'a yard. Announcement. To the voters of Lake oounty: I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of county judge of Lake county subject to the decision of the $^0 polls ©a November 6,1834. F. L.BOPM. Campaign Appointments. The Republican club committee has made the following appointments for po litical meetings and speakers for the cowing week: Thursday, October 18—Orland town ehip, Shirley school bouse, 8 p. m.: A. EL Clough, Henry Neill, C. J. Porter. Thursday, October 18— Chester town ship, Richardson school house, 6 p. m.: Geo. R. Farmer, Jonn Williamson, H. J. Patterson. Thursday, October 18—Rutland town ship, Hull school house, 8 p. m.: D. D. Holdridge, C. J. Porter, A. F. Glover. Republican meetings will be held in the oounty, addressed by local speakers, on the dates and at the places as follows Franklin townshir, Weetaby school house, Monday, Ootober 22. La Roy township, Crow school house. Tuesday, October 23. Concord township, Knight school house, Wednesday, October 24. Lakeview township, Curtis school bouse, Thursday, October 25. Herman township, Bpyd school house, Friday, October 20. Rutland township, Strang school house, Saturday, October 27. Speakers assigned for these meetings are H. J. Patterson, A. JE. Clough, D. Holdridge, Henry Neill, Geo. R. Fanner, C. J. Porter, J. W. Ooff, 1 A. F. Glover, W. F. Smith and J. H. Williamson. Everybody is invited to attend these meetiugs and hear a candid diecufeion of the political issues of the day. BftAI* BSTATK TIAHSFRM Fer the Vl*-k Ending Matarlajr October 18, «.»»•#. J. M. Smart to Ida M. Weaeell, lot 17 and lot 18, block 8, Mad ison 9 050.80 Emma F. Van Booser to Win. J. Cleveland, trustee, lot 14, block 13, town props. 2nd addition.... 135.00 John Maloy to Hannah J. Ander son, 2 acres in nej^ iw^ 8-106 54 450.00 H- P. Smith to Fred A. Smith, swM 20.108-54 1,200.00 W. ¥. Smith, receiver,. to Geo. G. Aokley, lot tl, -blocks town props. 1st addition SQOJOO A. E. Buck to H. H. Buck, und. int. in lots 7, 8, ©, Wk 22, and lot 4 in bl'k 31, ill ia Sum mit addition 200.00 W. E. Russell to Sioux City Nur sery Co., lots 5 and 0, bl'k 8, Clark & McKinnon's add...... 125.00 W. A.Gutnain to Lucy J. Gu-^ main, se,!^ 27 105-52 and nejtf \j 38-106*1........ v... Dry slabs at the John PajU -CaVi yard. —""V 1 4^)00.00 Tif)mifrtr •"»•fi Fit nceTbf« Comfng Daoli. WASHINGTON, Oct. 18.—A letter re ceived at the British embassy from Sir •Julian Paunoefote, now in London, says he will gail for this country with his family on Nov. 4. Mr. Gaugh, the new secretary, is expected about the same time. Mr. Goschen, the present first •edretsry, will then return to England, V/ v i.xww«. it $ 4.00 Stilts or Overcoats $ 3.60 10.00 Suits or Overcoats 7.98 18.00 Suits or Overcoats 12.48 THE WILY L0UCK| He Pulls the Wool Over the Eyes of the Democrats and Wonderfully Enthuses the Gullible Pop?—A Slick Trimmir* Tbe populist candidate* for governor, Judge Howe of Spink county, and H. L. Loucks of Huron, addressed a good audi ence at the opera house last evening, Mr. Howe talking for about five minutes and Mr. Loucks following for an hour and a half. Mr. Loucks is the only populist in the state or in the nation, for that matter, who is really worth bearing. He has the faculty of taking the idiosyncra cies of populist theories and clothing them in a garb of apparent logic and re spectability which by its very adroitness and boldness carries his unsophisticated hearers along with him. His statement that inflation of the ourrency would in flate prices and vice versa is as true as gospel, but in principle it affects the rela tive value of nothing except the pay ment of debts at tbe time of the infla tion, and to be of lasting beneift the in tiation process would have to be ropeat ed every time people got in debt. But there would have to be a redeeming of these inflated promises to pay sometime and when it came there would be a crash or period of no values at a'l That is all there is to Mr. Loucks' great money argument. The stringency of 73 and following years was caused sim ply by trying to ledeem the promises or inflated currency rendered necessary by the exigencies of the war. His discuss ion of the tariff and defense of Kyle, af ter he bragged about being brave enough to expose the wrong of Kyl'es vote on Sugar at tbe time, was the lamest argument we ever heard deliver ed on the tariff question. He jumbled the subject into a hotch-potch to con fuse his hearers and then nyule asser tions as a conclusion entirely at vari ance with the facts. The republicans do not claim that the tariff on sugar will make a difference of $40,000,000 an nually to the breakfast table, but that the trust made that much in one swoop on the passage of the new trust tariff, and democratic Wilson is proof of the assertion. Sugar did rise one cent and was on the point of rising another when members of the trust were arrested for the crime of influencing congressmen, when a deal was made that the rise should not take effect 'until after eleo tion. Then sugar will advance a cent and a half or more, and the American breakfast table be taxed $65,000,000 an nually under the new law. His misrepresentation of Senator Gal linger's statement of imports and exports was equally misleading, his mixing up the financial transactions of the nation with foreign countries and giving the totals of the whole as if they were the b&latfces of trade spoken of by Mr. Gal linger. So he juggled also on the labor question and the immigration law. H" assailing a war measure passed when our nation was in dire extremity, every man to the front and laborers needed to run factories, work mines, supply areeuala, build fortifications, and till generally ths positions made vacant by the boys who were then bearing arms in the field and Mr. Loucks in Canada sympathizing with his English allies who were furn ish ing munitions of war against us, to assail a biU, we say, to encourage immi gration in that trying time which, when that time was over, has lain a dead letter ever since, was not only unpatriotic to say the least, but an insult to eviry old soldier in his presence and every man who glories in the achievement of the re publican party. No, Mr. Loucks did not turn any republican votes last nkzht. Pry slabs at the John Paul Lumber Co.'i yard. 'TT For ran stable. S K'\ tiftuseWrth C. B. KENNEDY. BIG BOSTON ei.eTnm«i One Wecl5, "On? Month, 0^1 E Y^At| if necessary, we will continue our great reduction sale, wJaicli is be low the actual cost of manufacture, we admire people who can in such times as these make a profit but as lor us, well, we are satis fied to sell the goods and gift in even at a loss, but we are doingit. Yet we say:# We will undersell any clothing house that ever opened up in iladison or ever will while we are here, and we will pro^e to anyone who will take the trouble to look. No humbug hefe. No shoddy goods. Everything as represented. Money always cheerfully re. funded ii goods are not satislacrory. Same prices reign. Note them: MENS SUITS AND OVERCOATS $ 6.00 Suits or Overcoats $ 4.25 11.00 Suits or Overcoats 7.98 20.00 Suits or Overcoats 13.98 BOYS SUITS AND OVERCOATS $ 2.00 Suits and Overcoats $ 1.15 $ 5.00 Suits and Overooata 2.98 2.50 Suits and Overcoats 1.48 f.(X) Suits and Overcoats 3.98 3.00 Suits and Overcoats 1.98 f.00 Suite and Overcoats 4.75 3,50 |j5uiU and Ovg^coate 2.25 8.00 Suits $ 4.00 Suits and Overcoats $ 2.48 GRINAGER BROS. CHASOEI AOA»sr wcotmu Lieutenant Colonel Noyes Didn't Like tils Superior's Action. DENVER, Oct. 18.—The News says that Lieutenant Colonel Henry E. Noyes of the Second oavalry, recently transferred from a post in Arizona to Fort Logan, has preferred charges against General McCook, and that the general's recent trip to Washington was made partly in consequence of these charges. According to the report pub lished in The News, Lieutenant Colonel Noyes, while on duty in New Mexico, incurred the ill will of citizens and com plaint was filed with General McCook. The lieutenant colonel reported that the duty was such as demanded by the cir cumstances. General McCook relieved him from the post which he occupied and he immediately laid the matter be fore the department at Washington. An active correspondence followed and Lieutenant Colonel Noyes wound up by preferring charges against the general. Kojem Tamed Down. As the policy of the war department is to avoid publicity of trial, when con tention is between officers of high rank, it is thought there will be no formal hearing in the case. As the matter now stands, it is understood that Lieu tenant Colonel Noyes desires to be or dered back to the post from which he was relieved as a full justification of his position. Intimations from Wash ington are to the effect that Secretary Lamont has sustained General McCook, and that Lieutenant Colonel Noyes will remain at Fort Logan. The lieutenant colonel is one of the acknowledged fighters and best disciplined men in the army. It is said that since his arrival at Fort Logan, he has neglected to pay his respects to the commanding general by calling at headquarters in Denver. i«ai MAST STAMPS. FesMKesstLouhrille Robbed of Nearly Five Thousand Dollars. LOUISVILLE, Oat, 17.—The postoffioe at New Albany was robbed between 12 and 2 o'clock p. m. While Postmaster Shingler was at dinner a thief slipped into his private office and took $4,000 worth of stamps, and $500 in cash irom the safe. The robbery was not discov ered until Mr. Shingler's return. There is no clue to the thief. Iowa Poatoffice Robbed. MASON CITY, Oct. men*. i 17.—Sheiiiold post- office wa* burglarised during the night. Considerable money and pfompff wure taken. The police in all arijnining cities have been notified. Browning Return*. WASHINGTON, Oct. 17 —Commissioner of Indian Affairs Browning returned from his tour in the Northwest. He was away five weeks and visited 10 res ervations in Minnesota and the Dakotas. He has reached the conclusion that the reservations are in good condition, and that stock raising among the Indians shquld be encourrged by t^# jra&gn- Resdrt*of a Lovers* Quarrel. DAVENPORT, la., Oct. 17.—As the re sult of a lovers' quarrel, Charles ^Sh ier, a young carpenter, shoe Lizzi 3 Hob torf in the face, inflicting a serious wound, and then sant a bullet into his own brain, dying instantly. They had been keeping company lor some time, and had made preparations te miurry. The girl will recover. Instructive Blase. SULPHUR, Ky., Oct. 1J.—Pii» fc*re swept aVay the entire central portion of the town, de uroyihg .'.even stores, the Deposit bank, two livery stables, two hotels, six residences and the Louisville and Nashville depot filled With merchandise. The iom mated at *13),000. ia ani M-M. Road to Utah Asphalt Beds. DENVEB, Oct. 17.-The Colorado Western Railway company has been in corporated to build lines from Grand Junction into the asphalt region of Utah. The capital stock is pftuifed at $1,000,000.^ National Carriage Makers. PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 17.—Hie 8M an nual convention of the National Car riage Builders' association met here with delegates present from all parts of the country. The conTen|tfo». Will be in session three davs., V, 8 7.00 Snfts or Overcoats $4.98 15.00 Suits or Overcoats 9.98 22.50 Suite or Overcoats 15.75 n 1 Overcoats 5.98 One More Body at Pokogema. HINCKXEV. Minn., Oct. 18.—The body of Fred Molanuer was lound in a well at Brook Pari:, Ppkegama, west of this place. Tais completes the death list of 23 a,i th^i i-iaw, all who were reported missing. Ntiwspuper Changes Looatlon, REVILLO, S. D., Oct. 18.—The ReviUo Current has left and the town is again without a newspaper. The Current goes to YVilmut in answer to an offered bonus to run an independent paper there. Seed Withdraw*. Sr. PAUL, Oct. 18.—Captain A. EL Reed, independent Republican candi date for congress in the Third district, has withdrawn. Detailed KxhlMt Auditor'!" and treanurerV detailed exhibit tf receipt* nod dishurct*nients iti the county of Lake ror quaru-r ending September ttHh, 1*j4, showing uaoant of fundi In the poelted. treasury and vniere d- Treasurer's exhibit. HO •"SO t i£ £& v O* •gs SB n t« State tax $ a« Insane Sft4.S4 County S/)12 53 County M-hool. !#.H-J County )ndue. 269.-W Countyinntitute 46 29 Di#trict«choolel,534 52 Townehip#.... £56.60 Cities 211.IS Redemption... &46 30 Salaiy...., 952.17 Sale and lease of echool land* «M7 State ol'S.D.per m'n't school fund in tweet M.89 Poor fund 11123 Bond interest 2,07H.28 Pour iium ..... 1,601.47 421.50 13.22 198.04 Stenographer ... Oraud jurors' fees Witness fees .t Justice of the peace .j., Physicians lor poor Poor relief Hookc, stationery and priatioc ........ Li^'htp, fuel &nd repairs of county tmiidiDKS Buildintz and repairing county bridges. Poor farm expenses Constable... .. ..v Referee Olander horse cases.... Wolfbonnty Po?tage,espre«s, etc Inierest on county bonitt.... Boarding prisoners. ...1, Mleceilansoos ......................... Total.. Total amount of school money received ._np to date County warrants outstanding ..... Bridge warrants Court house bonds Funding hoods.... Matured interest oa county boadA Assets over liabilities ..TTi.w. uv All wool sergeB and 46 in. Henrietta of fine texture, in all shades, per yard, 85c 28 in. all wool Hen rietta in all popular shades, per yd. 50c Dress Flannel All wool, all shades new stock, 42 in., per yard, 45c Dress Patterns Latest novelties, from P0c to $1.25. Trimmings 33| off on dress trimmings, all styles. (Jndefwear Large line of ladies', M. W. DALY, President. INSURANCE 0HA8. f. KENNEDY* President. p-5g §s7 sr.si S. I 2,372.« 316.40 2,1(M.50 3,«».!« l,r00 43 140.no 1,462.29 315.17 4,2518.75 881.38 1,577.07 176.85 3.206.63 441.55 1,300.43 564.07 3,SS»,18 3/riW.l 182.76 9.4-1 3,220.60 756.18 807.31 SMI.43 1,345.15 t*7.r3 wo.oe 840.S0 iwr.58 603.63 870.00 1,069.75 *W» J*4J» 2.3 473.02 124.45 1,5H2»I 693.41 100.64 2,462.36 1,061.63 $17,402.48 21,002.57 19,610.18 18,785 87 Bills receivable 8,70U 00 375.00 4,075.00 Totals 31,102.48 21.S77.57 19,610.18 98,860.87 Funds —where deposited. Cnrrenejr and cbio $ 6,S&1.89 Amount iab»ak(. .......^. .....Uk,,. 12.SU4.48 Total $1&,T85,87 Stare of Sonth nafcot*, comity of Lake. Jo seph Mnggi!, treasurer, being duly eworn doih »av that tde above exhibit is a true and correct statement of the fluanciai condition of Lake county, as appears bjrbis books. JOSBPD MUOOLf. Subscribed nnd sworn to before me this 13th dav of October, 1804. J. PRBSTON, (Seal) Cleric of tbe Courts. Anditor's exhibit. Detailed list of warrants issued during quarter: County auditor and clerks $ 4SJ0.00 Comity treasurer 375.00 Ret'Mer of deeds JT5.O0 Deputy reglpter of deeds M0.0O County judtre B5.00 SberitT, deputy aod baillflft....., ,,^.,. l5l.3(") Suptrinteudent of schools........ (JO Coroner 4 tl^.10 Conntv commissioners, 1st district..... County comtniBsiotiers, 2nd district.... j7 HO County commissioners, 8d district ..... 'K2.00 District attorney ,S'5.iO Attorney by order of court (K) Clerk of circuit and couaty coott....^ f5^T5.40 Asset* f»f wufltf it detail. Total smotint of echool money loaned, secured by mortgages and bonds Unpaid tax, county fund „„, Urpald tai, bridge fund ...rtt, Unpaid tax, bond interest ftind. ....... Unpaid tax, insane fund Unpaid tax, poor farm fund ...*sriv. .. Cafh on baud, county fund Ciwh on hand, insane fund Cswh on baud, bridge fund ......... Cart on hand, bond interest fnjMl Ca«h ou hand, poor form fund.. Court hon#K and grotuidi.:.... Furniture and flxtuie* County poorfariM $ 4,075.00 4,160.10 MW.'W 861. !Mi «7.(M IJSti.'JO IB ^lfio.no S-.K Total ....... $f8,50.33 Liabilities of eonntr in detail. $ 4,075.00 SM 27 17 14 outstanding...... 15,OOa(X) 16,000.00 (JR1RRAL XfEBCftAMVlMB A TONIC FOR THE TIMES. 0. McKlNNON'S. In all Departments the prices have pleasure giving power and delight the economic soul. Dress Goods gents' add children's underwear. Examine the specials. gents' add children 's underwear. Examine the specials. Great Fall in ladies' and chil dren's woolen hosiery which it will pay you to examine. Shoe Dept. $2.50 gents shoes, $(• Solid inner and outer leather soled shoe, $1.25. Ladies' and gents slippers, 25 to 50 cents. Shoe Dept. $2.50 gents shoes, $(• Solid inner and outer leather soled shoe, $1.25. Ladies' and gents slippers, 25 to 50 cents. Cloaks Large line of ladies' fall capes and jackets former prices. New fine of ladies and chil dren's winter wraps BASE 1JW. I Winded a ThleC. TMpxv O., Oct. 18.—M l^tta, Paulding county, as the express mes senger on the eastbound Nickel Plate train was throwing off packages, a •trange man picked up a package of fur garments and started to run. The mes senger fired, hitting the robber in the side. He dropped the package and es caped after a half mile chase, being picked up by a buggy with two men, evidently waiting fdr him. His entire route oofcld be traced by the Mood he lost. FALSE WORK COLLAPSED. Another Fatal Accident at tbe Louisville Bridge. LOUISVILLE, DALY & MACKAY, BANKERS. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. lv 2,3 and 5 year loans, with privilege to pay all or part before due. 2*i.^:czscaT, SO. |U,«iaSU. COLLlSCTlOXlf, £te. Ky., Oct. 18.—A portion of the third span of the ill-fated Louis ville-Jeffersonville bridge toppled into the river carrying with it four work men. One man, Harry Williams, was fatally hurt, three others slightly. The span had been completed and the false work was being taken down at the time of the accident. The falling section was about 50 feet in extent. Killed a Watchman. KANSAS CITY, Oct. 1?.—Charles Pear- sou, a special policeman employed by wealthy residents of Hyde Park, was murdered by burglars at the residence of Mr. Thura Mosher, president of the Air Line, at the corner of Humboldt and Cherry streets. Pearson's corpse was found at the entrance of the cellar way at daybreak. There waa a bullet hole in his head. The burglars must have ki led the watchman on sight, as his weapon was not drawn, and there was no evidence of a struggle. Indicates An Overlssaa. NEW YORK, Oct. 18.—Regarding the statement by a Boston news bureau that the Atchison protective committee had secured proxies enough to secure the success of their ticket at the ap proaching election, Henry Clews said: "if the Atchison board has 400,000 shares in proxies, as they claim, it evi dently means that there has been an overissue of 300,000 shares. It is not true that the other side has the Amster a o y Broke the 14-Bssr 525.00 17^0«.fc! Total $58,960.83 Htiteof Bontli Dakota, county of Lake. O.W. Rnntel, auditor, being firet diily sworn doth say that the treasurer's exhibit hereon is a true and correct statement tlf the financial condition oi Lake county as appear* by his books, acd that the andttorrs exhibit is a true and correct state ment of all warrants drawn on the treasury dur ing the quarter and that the statement of as sets and liabilities Is true and correct. G. W. RUNKBL. Subscribed and sworn to before me this itth dsy MAfc 4.M. PRESTON, V- ClerK of the Corns. CLEVELAND, O., Oct. is! Louis Gimm, a" member of the Cleveland Wheel club, has sucoeeded in breaking the world's record for a 24-hour run. At 5 in the afternoon, when Gimm left tiie track, he had covered 383% miles. The best previous record was 874 miles, made by Ed S. bpoouer. Gimm rested bat 12% minutes during the 24 hour*. Gas Bond* Stolen. NEW YORK, Oct. 18.—Stephen A. Dutton, residing at 170 Cornell street, Brooklyn, has reported to the police that his home was entered during the night and that 50 IXHKIS of the Montank Gas company of West Virginia, valued At $1,000 each, .were taken from his d** i. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder .Awarded Gold Medal Mid winter Pair, San Fraocaco. i- V .• of latest style, ceived. J, H, WILLI*A80N, Vies President. THE MADISON STATE BANK A General Banking Business Transacted. Levels, Lo^qs, Ir|sqiqi|ce Madison, South Dakota) CORRESPONDENTS. Quaker City National Bank,Philadelphia, Penm. National Bank of Illinois, Chicago, 111. National Bank of Sioux City, Iowa. Yarns German yarn 20 and 25c per skein. Imp. Saxony, 10 cts. Specia sale of yarn at 5c a skein. Yarns German yarn 20 and 25c per skein. Imp. Saxony, 10 cts. Specia sale of yarn at 5c a skein. Order Examine our cotton blankets for 65 cts. per pair, also the nome-made comfort ers. Towels A full line of Sioyx Falls crash will greet you here. Towels in all styles and prices. Look at the Turkish towel 54x22 in per pair 35c Towels A full line of Sioyx Falls crash will greet you here. Towels in all styles and prices. Look at the Turkish towel 54x22 in per pair 35c W. A. MACKAY, CMhiet. ABSTRACTS. j. L. JONEr Cashier, OB PRINT ING .FROM. MAILT LEADER Job Department. All of our machinery is in first* class condition, unsurpassed by any other establishment ia ihe state. New type and a fine line of paper stock* Work promptly executed and griqes negotiable. UBOiKftY and—-s« MSI The very latest styles and patterns ban eeto at the CITY GROCERY I JONES, Prof. •AKBBT. Choioe Baked Goods, Bread, Pies, Cakes, Confectionery, Ice Cream, Fresh Fruits, Vegetables f-J-pFisnfc.