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MONDAY, KEPT. 21, 18C6.
TEKM8
OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Br but,,, 1 year $6.00
Uv mail, 8 months -00
By mail, 3 months 1-BO
Daily, by carrier, per week 16
TO
u»ilt
Lbad'eh
make.
fur&t*hiniz information concernlna the advantages
refonrcee of the city of Madison and ol the
•Ute atiarge entitling it to the patronage of a4
of every class.
J. P.
STAHL,
Proprietor.
THE SILVER TICKET.
Aiatlonal.
For
1'resident—
WILLIAM BKYAN of Nebraska.
For Vice President
AHTUL'iiSKWAU. of Maine,
Mtatf
For Presidential Electors—
il. P. LAIW)N* of n Homme.
F.
U.
GOODYKOON rz of Davison.
fliANK M. 'cLAFRK^U of Lawrence.
T. M. KlN(iKOi«E of Brown.
Por Itepresentativcs in ('onRrefs—
E. KK1.LKY or Moody.
PKEEMAN KNOWLES
of
Liiwj«nce.
For Governor—
ANDREW LEE of Clay,
For Lieutenant Governor—
P. II. c'UOTUERS of Klog#biiry.
For Secretary of State—
J. w. HARDIX of Jerauld
For Auditor—
J.
n.
KIPP ol Campbell.
For Treasurer—
\V. S. LOO AN of Baiton.
For Attorney General—
MELYIN GHIU8BY of Minnehaha.
For SuixTintendent of Public Inetniction
MISS KATE TAl'BMAN of Brown.
For CominUsioner ol Schoul and Public Landa
A. JLLKN ol uodingtOB.
For Ra:lroad Commissioners—
W.T. LAFOLLETTE of Brole.
ALEXANDER KIRKPATRICK of Hand.
IV. D- TCMJ'KINS of Penulnjrton.
County.
or SfcLator—
M. E. HART.
For Representatives
M. H. nEG DAL.
JOSEPH POWERS.
For Sbertff—
J. A. XcGOVERS.
For Treasure:
JOHN tLKMISG.
»r ReitistMr ot Deerie
CUAljtLE- U. THL'HOW.
For Audit
it-
E. C. KEI1H.
For Count) Jade*—
W tf. McOKATH.
For CJtrk ofCv urt#
A. HARMS.
For States Attorney—
OsCAR O Ml RRAY.
For Superintendent of School*
C. W. DAIGUEKTY.
Foe Coroner—
8, y.JGSKs.
For Barveyor—
W. R. SMYTUK.
For CommlMioner, 2d dlftrict-
JOUH X. WALKER
THE SILVER PLATFORM.
The National Silver party in conven
tion assembled hereby adopts the follow
ing declaration of principles:
1. The paramount issue at this time
in the United States is indisputably the
money question. It is between the gold
pt&Ddard, the gold bonds and bank cur
reocy on one side, and the bimetallic
ataudard, no bonds and government cur
rency on the other. On this issue we de
clare ourselves to be in favor of a dis
tinctively American system. We are
unalterably opposed to the single gold
standard and demand immediate return
to the constitutional standard of gold
and silver by restoration by this govern
ment, irdependently of any foreign pow
er, of the u nreetricted coinage of both
gold and silver into standard money at
the ratio of 16 to 1, and upon terms of
exact equality as they existed prior to
1873, the silver coin to be full legal ten
der equally with go!d for all debts and
dues public sod private, and we favor
such legislation as will prevent further
demonetization of any kind of legal ten
der money by private contract. We
bold the power to control and regulate
papier currency is inseparable from the
ppver to coin money, and hence that al
before buying.
FINE SEMI PORCELAIN
in plain and decorated pat
terns.
Plain Fancy Glassware.
Anything you want at
THE DAILY LEADER
MORSE & MUNRO.**
advertisers treasury policy, conourred in by the re
Tnc
special
feature
currency intended to circulate as money
ehould be is6ued and its volume con
trolled by the general government only,
and it should be legal tender. We are
unalterably opposed to the issue by the
United States of interest-bearing bonds
in time of peace, and we denounce as a
blunder worse than a crime the present
of publican house, of plunging the country
in debt by hundredsof millions io a vain
attempt to maintain the gold standard
by borrowing gold, and we demand the
payment of all coin obligations of the
United States as provided by existing
laws in either gold or silver coin at the
option of the government and not at the
option of the creditors.
2. That over and above all other ques
tions of policy, we are in favor of restor
ing to the people of the United States
the time-honored money of the constitu
tion—gold and silver, not one but both
—the money of Washington, Hamilton,
Jeffersob, Monroe, Jackson and Lin
coln, to the end that the American peo
ple may receive honest^ pay for honest
product, tbat the American debtor may
pay his just obligations in an honest
standard and not in a standard that has
appreciated 100 per oent above all the
great staples of the country, and to the
end further that present silver standard
countries may be deprived of the uejust
advautage they now enjoy in the differ
ence in exchange between gold and sil
ver—an advantage which tariff legisla
tion alone cannot overcome.
We therefore confidently appeal to the
people of the United States to leave in
abeyance for the moment all other ques
tions, however important and even mo
mentous they may appear—to sunder if
need be all former party ties and affiilia
tions, and unite in one supreme effort to
free themselves and their ohildren from
the domination of the money power—a
power more destructive than any which
has ever been fastened upon civilized
man of any race or in any age. And
upon the eocsummation of onr denires
and efforts we invoke the gracious favor
of Divine Providence.
Mr. Griffen, one of the leading econo
mists of Great Britain says: "A creditor
nation is able to draw more from ita trib
utaries who have to pay iu the appreci
ated money than it wbuld otherwise be
able to draw. To pay the Bame debt
they must send to their creditros 30, 50,
lerhups 1"0 p«r ceut more of produce
than they would otherwise have to Eend.
There is i:o doubt that in this sense the
weight of a gold debt of a debtor nation
like India or the United States has
enormounly increased of late years.
''All the evidence points to a continu
ance of this appreciation.
"Debtors pay more than they would
otherwise pay and creditors receive more,
and this appreciation is a serious matter
to those who have debts to pay."
McKinley should take down his label
as champion of the protection of Ameri
can indubtry and commerce, and put np
the sign—"1 am agent of the British in
terest, aud I support the appreciating
single gold standard which robs Ameri
can producers of |U00,000,000 a year,closes
American mills and mortgagee American
farms."
Sioux Falls dispatch, 18: Congress
man Tcwne of Duluth and ex-Governor
Horaoe Boies of Waterloo, Iowa, will
speak on silver day (Wednesday) at the
tri state fair, to be held in this city next
week. It is the intention to make that
day the largest political demonstration
ever held in South Dakota. Bryan
marching clubs from all over the state
will be in attenaanoe. Special trains and
special rates have already been arranged
for. Both gentlemen will speak in the
afternoon and evening.
Deadwood dispatch, 18: In tl»e trial
of Thomas J. Wallace, James King and
Edward Baxter before United States.
Judge Carlund for the robbery of the
llighmore posLoflioe, it was proved that
the stolen AAdk Cor*
warded to Gettysburg and been received
and receipted for by a prominent at
torney of Sioux Falls, Joseph Kirby.
Kirby, who had been in attendance on
United States court, decamped as soon
ns Express Agent J. H. Howe, of Gettys
burg, gave his testimony. His disap
pearance from Deadwood has oaused a
mild sensation.
Win. J. Bryan: "We are engaged in a
grent struggle, one of the greatqeWj^trug
gles in which the people of this Country
have ever engaged in a time of peaoe—it
is a struggle between democracy on one
side and plutocracy on the other, and
there is no middle ground for any man
to stand upon. They who are not for us
are agaihst us. Whether we win now or
not we have begun a warfare against the
gold standard whioh shall oontinue until
the gold standard is driven from our
shores and back to England. We have
been opposed to importation of criminals
and paupers from abroad, and we shall
oppose importation of a financial system
which is criminul and whioh makes pau
pers wherever it goe?.
The most important partof ~the mess
age of President Diaz of Mexico at the
recent opening of the Mexican congress
was that referring to financial affairs of
republic The cash revenue*, be stated,
amounted to 850,000,000, the largest an
nual revenue yet reoorded. The surplus
in the treasury of the little republic is
now in excess of six milliona of dollars.
Slarvflou
Resalta.
From a letter written by Rev. J.Gun
derman, of Dimondale, Mich., we are
permitted to make this extract: "I
have co hesitation in reoommending Dr.
King's New Disoovery, as the results are
almost marvelous in the oaee of my wife.
While I was pastor of the Baptist
Church at Rives Junction she was
brought down with pneumonia succeed
ing LaGrippe. Terrible paroxysms of
coughing would last for hou with little
interuption and it seemed'l&s if she
could not survive them. j[ friend re
commended Dr. King's New Discovery
was quick in its work and highly satis
iactory in results Trial bottles free at
C. II. Wood.s drugstore. Regular sise
50c. and $1.00.
Lost—A crochet sack and other arti
cles pinned in a napkin—Leave at this
office.
Choice grooeriee, delivered to any part
of town. M. WlLI-ABD.
BRIEF BITS OF HEWS.
The minister of the interior proposes
to amalgamate all the rafroads of the
Argentine Republic and for a state mo
nopoly
The president hp.s appointed John
Ridgely Carter of Maryland second sec
retary of the United States embassy at
London
Jnmcs Swimmer, a fall bTood Chero
kee Indian, and Henry Williams, col
ored, were hanged at Tahleqaah, 1. T.,
for murder.
The Seeond National bank' of Troy,
N. Y., has closed its doors and placed
its affairs in the hands of the national
bank examiner
Eddie Bald, the bicycle rider, broke
the world's unpaced record for half a
mile at Manhattan Beach. Time 1:16,
starting from scratch.
The two factories of the Piqua Fabric
company at Piqaa, O were destroyed
by fire shdrtly after midnight*
LomK
$60,000, insurance $45,000.
London is now well into the autumn
fever visitation. There arc 4,457 pa
tients in the hospitals, of whom 8,049
are suffering from scarlet fever.
The Democratic state cnmnfitlet of
New Jersey has refused to accept the
resignation of its (hairman. ex-United
States Senator James Smith, it.
'a.
Four powder mills at Hacardville,
Conn., were blown np. Lightning
6truck one mill, and the plosion pet
fire to three. No one was killed or in
jured.
Rev. T. W. Russell, pastor of the
Second Presbyterian church of Ot
tumwu, la., swallowed his false teeth
at l.reakfast and died 30 in mutes after
wards.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Chi Milwaukee aud
St Paul road the oid directors were re
elected. The directors met and re
elected old officials.
Over lo,000 children were turned
away fcr lack of room the public
selu ols at New York at the opening.
The total enrollment of pupils was
161,000, against 156,000 for last year.
Pratt, Simmons & Krau-nick, whole
sale milliners of St. Louis, have made
an assignment- in favor of th* Missis
sippi Valley Trust company. Liabili
ties, ?lj0,0G0 nominal assets, $300,000.
Two-thirds of the gold producers of
Cripple Creek, Colo., reprwsenting $20,
000,Out) a year, have signed an agree
ment not to sell their bullion to the
goveruiueni fbrless tfittnpar~lft gold
dollars.
Acting Secretary McAdoo has form
ally awarded contracts for building
three battleships, one each to the New
port News company, one to the Cramps
and one to the Uuiou Iron works, San
Francisco.
TyphoUl Epideasteftt JcAi^n^harrftcka
ST. Lolls, Sept. 21.—A^ ^fesult of
an epidemic of typhoid fi ver*at Jeffer
son Barracks over 10 sick and oonvales
ent soldiers will be left btliind when
the troops start, Oct. 3, on their prac
tice march The epidemic fa not abat
ing There are 54 patients enrolled on
the sick report. Many ant so ill that
recovery is almost impossible.
Will Ditu a* Offlenilr* 1
Ottawa, Ont., Sept. 41.—At a gov
ernment caucus it was decided to dis
miss all ]cfllc:als of the public service
who hud t:k(n an acting and offensive
purt iu poht.ca.
THE CAk'GO RUINED.
fltamr Alaska Has a Rongti Experience
on Lake $upertor.
Marquette, Mich., Sept 21.—When
off Big Bay point in the storm of Fri
day night a steampipe on the ?teamer
Alaska burst Nothing could be done
to repair it until the eteam was ex
hausted. The vessel lost her headway,
fell into the 'rough of the fca and ex
perienced the roughest handling in her
history, as a terrible sea was running.
The entire cargo between decks con
sifting chiefly of paving cement, cocoa
nut oil. molasses and patent medicines
was ruined, filling the deck with a
thick and viscid mixture. The ma
chinery was slightly damaged by the
breaking of pipes and connecting rods
The bulwarks were knocked out ty the
rolling baarels of cement, and the for
ward rail had tc be cut away in order
tc drop the starboard anchor, while lay
iug to to repair the buisied pipe The
Alaska was bound from Buffalo to Da
iUth and most of her cargo was for f.rni'
:n St Paul and Minneapolis
WOULD POSTPONE COURT.
Omaha Judges Believe It Difficult to
cure Fair Jury nt I'rnrnt.
Omaha, Sept VI Although the dis
trict court is not tc reconvene until
Sept. 2». the judges who are ir. th/rity
held a conference to discuss informally
the question of postponing the sum
moning of a jury panel until after the
election. It has been represented by a
number of attorneys that summoning
of juries and the trial of jury cases at
the preseut time would be very unsatis
factory to litigants In the present
contest, when politics are cutting so
great a figure, it is openly asserted that
it will be most difficult to secure a "fair
jury for cases which may possibly have
political influences bearing upon them
As
A LOCAL
NEWSPAPER
Weeny Leaner
.11 BY IAR.
The Best
paper published in Madison for the
termers of Lake County.
It gives the
City and
County Local News
Complet
bos idee a large amount tof impor
ant
STATE AND- NATIONAL NEWS
careftily eomptfed
rom oar daily issues
Wanted-ln Idea
NO-TO-BAC
CROCKERY
business.
There are styles
and good taste in
Stationery.
andirhere should be. Letter paper and en
velopes are your representatives. They
should look as well as you do when you
make a call or pay a ^isit
Ol Hipli Stationery
will remind correspondents of you in your
best attire. It does not cost so much either.
Good taste in stationery is not expensive.
There is correct taste and style in our line
of linen papers. Call and examine.
Palace Drug store.
S. R. MONTAGUE & CO.
GUARANTEED
TOBACCO
HABIT
0*er l^Bp.OOOboxessold. nooK care# prove Ita power to destroy ttiedeMTf
SOLD ANO GUARANTEED BY FRANK SMITH.
for
form. No-to-bac Is thflirrtM: -st nervf-food In tho world. Many ^jilu 10 pounl3 1 n 10davs and it uerer
fails to make the weak Iini»t»t.-nt uinn strotiu. vuorous unit :nanncli:\ .lust try n box. Von will bo do*
lighted, We fxpcct yen to bcli'-v n.ii \w ,av. tor :i (n.-^ is at'srihMo!)' j/u.iranteel t.y driiKtrlstn every
tvhere. fv*nil tr our'"ookl'" Dun T'ar,M) ~[r ami Smoke Your l.ife A'-ay wrii leu truarautoe MM)
tree sample. AJflrcss TUE Hl'£KLI.alU KEM KJ) Y CO, li)c.ju or Mew Y»rk,
AT"
tCROCKERY COST, i
FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS.
A
complete lineoi the best English ware
and the latest patterns at Actual Cost. We
have a broken line
of
covered dishes at half
We CMenp
i World,
THE SPECIALISTS
(1KCOM POKATFJ),)
OF
CITY MEDICAL COUNCIL
148 State Street, Chicago, III,
Are treating with skill and success all private matters:
Chronic, Nervous, Skin and Blood Diseases.
RUPTURE
Truss discarded forever.
iirDiiniici'oMt
Nan|o*Ki'
NtnVUUw
failing Mrmoqr.
nrDII ITV I*"-*
UlDILII
I Exkasatlsg Vralas,
Arising from Indtecrellod, EjneM of In«ial
feuce, producing tome ol the following
effects MervoncneM, Debility, Dlmnee® of
Sight. Self Distrust, Defective Memory,
Pimple* on the Pace, Averflon to the Hoclety
of Kemalet, Locs of Ambition, Lack of Con
fidence, G!oominei», Despondency, Barren
near, Melancholy, Dyspepsia, Varicocele,
etc., treated with success and powertalljr re
stored.
BLOOD AND SKIN
Affecting the body, now, throat, skis SBi
blc
ing
bodes, blctches, wneons patches, in mouth,
eruptions, rheumatism, failing hair,
•csema. old sores, nlccrs, painful swellings,
whatever cause, poattlvely und forever driven
from system.
Vm eaa ke treated
mt
tobacco in any
decorated plates, and,
xne
actual cost.
Come and make your selection beiord it is|
too late.
We keep on hand a full and complete stock ol
Groceries and Fresli Fruit.
M. L. CLARK.
permanently cured in from 10 to
20 days without detention from
Kidney and Urinary
diseases, paliifnl, difficult, too frequent,
milk or bloody urine.
UartAAAikl« radically cored by our
vflriCuCBIB local application applied
at bome.
Catarrh
c*"":
Some taint In organ-
lam*. Core based on scientific
principles. Cot stitntlonal treatn ut und
medicated air will cure. Successfully
treatsd at home or at office, ferfectly
harmless, safe, pleasant. Purifies, teals
stops and cures every discharge, sweet
ens the breath.
Stiictwi StSS
t'"e,'
Blood Poison
Morphine, Cocaine, Liquor & Tobacco Habit
Cured in 15 days without detention from business.
keaie hr tkn Mate prlee u4 Miter the M««j
VlJASASiTKB. Write f*r ainptaa blask.
W"If you prefer to oome here we will contract to pay Railroad Farl
and Hotel Bill, and no oharge it we fail to enre you.
Consultation and Advice free by mail
HOME TREATMENT.
jrUc for FREE Medical
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