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THE DAILY LEADER
viAniHON. SOOTH DAKOTA. MONDAY, SEPT. 21, 1896. L*«al Time able. Chicago, Milwuako* A at. e*nl fatlWftjr* Whlfb ook effect, Sunday, Sept 6, 1856: TRAIN* OOIKO CAST. Patsengcr, Ho. 4, d*parl» 11:00 a. m. Kreiifht, No. tW, depart. 6:45 a. ID. Freight, No. 74, departs 7 :30 Way freight, No. 97, depart# 4:15 p. a. TBAIM8 FBOM TUB BA0T. Pa»teB((r, No. 1, arrive* 4:U0 p. m, Freight, No. M, arrive* 2.x p. m. Fraight No. 73, arrivee 4:15 a. m. TIU1NI FROI TBI VB«T. Freight, No. IW, arrivea 10:4u a. m. All the above trains carry pa»»eo"«r» hit SretRhta only when passengers are proTl led with ticket*. Passenger trains going east make connection It Egan for all point* south. fATtlKOH A BRISTOL LIKK. Passenger gi ini north, departs 11:30. a. m. PiiNinr from north arrives, 8:45 p. m. H. R. WOOu. Local Agent. Laiies, OUR LINE OP are finer than ever in all the latest shades. Every pair warranted. THE FAIR. Ward Caaraa. FIRST WARD. A cauauB of the republicans of the First ward of the city of Madison to Ohooee Ave delegates ta represent said ward in the republican county conven tion of September 23, will be held in the v«ourt house at 8 p. m., Monday, Septem ber 21,1896. HENRY NEILL, Ch'n. SECOND WARD. A republican caucus for the Second ward, city of Madison, to ohoose live delegates to the republican oounty con tention to be held in Madison, Septem ber 23 will be held at the city hall Mon day, 8 p. m., September 21,1896. J. M. DLFF, THIRD WARD. The republicans of the Third ward of %be city of Madisou will meet^in the Le lauU hotel office Monday, September 21» 1896, at 8 p. m., to chooee live delegates to represent said ward in the republican oounty oonveotion, to be held Septem ber 23,1899. ED. WESTABY, Ch'n. The repnblioan electors of the Fourth ward will meet in caucus at Sheridan's office, 8 p. m.: oduy, September 21, 1896, to ohoose three de'egstes to repre sent said ward in the republican ocunty convention, September 23,1896 D. E. STODDARD, CA'L. THE CITY. LOCAL. HKKTITIKM. Lap robe fouud. This office. Republican caucuses at 8, o'clock to night. Oliver Cleveland departed for Minne apolis. Silver league club meets to-ninht at 7 o'clock, sharp, in the city hall. Conductor Buckholtz took his family to Woonscket this evening, where they Will reside. Col. Bain at the opera house to-night. Turn out and bear the gifted temper ance orator. Weather report: Fair to-night and Tuesday warmer west portion Tuesday northerly winds. Miss Befsie Stewart who has been vie iting Mrs. Hugh Murray returned to Xjftketield, Minn. Congressman, Robt. J. Gamble was a passenger on the east bound train for Sioux Falls and Southern points. Mr. and Mrs. James Spear of Ramona drove down this morning to take traio tor the Tri State fair at Sioux Falls. Judge Farmer, of Spring Valley, Minn., who has been visiting his sons here and at Howard, returned home. Arrivals on the train this evening were Col. Bain, H. B. Williamson and wife, Landlord Ooaphe and W. W. Janes. A subscription paper is being circulat ed to raise funds to secure the servioes of the Egan band for the republioan tally, Wednesday evening. Mrs. Lease will speak at Howard Fri day afternoon at 3:45. An effort is being tnbde to get a special train from Madison to Howard for the occasion. L. W. Gammon, Esq., of Minneapolis, ie in the city in the interest of E. C. Jleisse, confined in the county jail, eja-r -T- T .«SJ 4 p. m. TRilKKOINa WIIT, ri y I'i Ch'n. charged with wife abandonment and whode hearing wili take place at 5o'olook thin afternoon. To inoraow evening Melvin Grigsby and Hon. Andrew Lee will speak in this city on the issues of the day. Give them a geod house. Bishop Martin Marty, formerly of the dioceee of South Dakota, died Saturday at his residence in St. Cloud, Minn., of •tomach trouble, at the nge of 62 years. Excursions will run Wednesday and Friday September 23 and 25 to Sioux Falls, leaving Woonsocket at 5:10 a. m. and Madison at 7:40 a. m. Fare for the round trip from Madison $2.20. Trains arrive at Sioux Falls at 10:05 a. m. J. E. Turner continues to ship a carload of butter and eggs every Saturday. The market for such produce is rather low at this time of the year notwithstanding the scarcity of it. Butter is bringing eight or nine cents on the average to the farmer and eggs eleven cents. Cream ery butter brings about 13 cents. A packed house greeted Rev. Dr. Wolff at the Presbyterian church last night to hear him discourse upon bis travels abroad and it proved quite in structive. After hearing his description of the condition of the common people some ot tbe voters remarked as they passed out that if a gold standard baought them to that they thought we bad had enough of it. Tbe doctor, how ever, did not touob upon pohtioal financial matters, although privately he says people over there are very much ex ercieed over the political eitnation in this ooantry. The annual convocation of the eastern deanery of the Episcopal diocese of of South Dakota will begin at Graoe church to-morrow afternoon upon the arrival of the train from the east when Bishop Hare and clergymen will arrive. The Women's Guild will also hold a busi ness session in the Guild room at tbe same hour over which Miss Mary E. Peabody of Sioux Falls will preside. All members of the Guild and tbe ladies of the congregation generally are earnestly invited to attend this meeting. Public servioe will be held in the even ing at 7:45 when Bishop Hare will preach, and to this eervioe a cordial in vitation ia extended to oar citisens to attend. Kleetrle Wlttera. ElectHc Bitters is a medicine suited for any season, but perhaps more gener ally needed, when the 'languid, exhaust ed feeling prevails, when the liver is tor pid and sluggish and the need of a tonio aiul alterative is felt. A prompt use of this medicine has often averted long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medi cine will act more surely in counteract ing and freeing the system from malarial poison. Headache, Indigestion, Consti pation, Dizziness yield to Eiectrio Bit ters. 50o. and 11.00 per bottle at 0. H. Wood's drug store. Miss Lizzie Grinsger will give an Opening display of her fine new stock Friday and Saturday of this week. Tbe ladies are especially invited to come in and inspect the latest goods and styles. Baeklta a Araiea Salve. Tbe Best Salve in the world for Goto, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively oures Piles, or no pay re quired. it is guaranteed te give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price ten cente per box. For sale by C. H. Wood. We are Selling Gold Watches Cheap. In fact so cheap that we expected a loud and continued expression of disapproval from every Gold Bug who entered our store--We expected nothing less than they would stamp us as the inaugurat ors of the 'demonetization of gold' and the 'criminals of '96.'-But this however, has not been the case--Our methods have met their approval-For every one of them--whether he or she be a Gold Bug or a Silver Bug-that is looking for a good timepiece in an up-to-date-gold case-admit we are selling watches at the right price-andare glad to exchange for them-their gold, silver or paper-any ot which we are equally glad to accept. We can please you. We know it. FRANK SHITH. PAETT LOYALTY ^x-Seeretary Hoke Smith Urges Georgia Democrats to Vote the Ticket. Doesn't Agree With the Chicago Declaration on the Financial Question But Many Other Interests of the People Require Democratic Championship. DALTOX, G*., Sept 21— Hon. Hoke Smith, ex-secretary of the interior, ppoke here at a political rally held un der the auspices of the state Democratic committee. The ex-secretary was given an informal but enthusiastic reception. His address was delivered to one of the largest audiences of the campaign, and was met with freqoeut outbursts of ap plause In beginning his speech Mr. Smith referred to a former visit to Dal ton, at which ne spoke in behalf of "sound currency" and urged that the Democratic national platform should not approve the free coinage of silver. Mr. Smith stated that he would not be candid did he fail to say now that his views upon the finuncial question re mained unchanged and he regretted he could not endorse this part of the plat form adopted at the Chicago conven tion. He urged, however, that those who, like himself, did not approve of this plank, £hould Still Remain yal to the regular nominees of the party. He claimed that long nfter the financial question was settled, the Democratic party would be found advocating prin ciples dear to the interests of the masses of the people of the country. It would be unwise to qait the party on account of opposition to a single plank in the platform. So far as those were con cerned who had taken a part in the fight ftr "sound money" delegates to the Chicago convention, he felt that they were practically pledged, as he was actually pledged, to vote for the nominee. Mr. Smith then briefly dis cussed that portion of the platform which dealt with the subject of raising revenue He urged the justice of a tariff for revenue only, and contrasted it with the protective tariff for which Mr. McKiuley so pre-eminently stood. He approved the income tax, and in sisted that it was not class legislation. All the revenue received by the govern ment came from the tariff, and the in* ternal revenue tax. The money collected from both these sources fell as a personal tax, and not a property tax. Property as well as per son caused expense to the national treasury, and the inoome tax WM a tax upon property, and would relieve the present system of inequalities The ex-secretary then devoted the larger portion of his speech to the lap-' pert of the state ticket. AN ESTIMATE FROM MISSOURI ''•It Chairman *'oofc Figure* Oat 5S.OOD MnJonty for Urjrmi. ST. "LOUIS, Sept 1.—Clmirmnn Cook of the "tate central rommitteo has aent ports to the Democratic h&.dqunrters at Washington ns to the poi»t.cal situa tion :n his «tare. STIIHSO reports are *asel apoii joil? nit-do -u. va.rmus pirts cT the «tate »md estimates m:.doby com :n:'!tc2i where polls iiritl net l:en com a 1 fi i pleted The !t !tt 'ommittee li^ur»*s cut a I'luru.ity of o.j,(XHi lor i ryan. Upon tin same 1 us»s the couvresMonal remmittff of Washington has made ccnjpi-.tar.ons us to the conjjri's.-iomil dtri( t- :i:d It iitves that a.l tut two of the !!IM rat.c Li nuiii es lur lon^iess will It .«cted. E A K U i'AlM V Date* tcr ^pvctlin in W ncaiutin and I IN NHIIII'II. Cs» At»v, Sept S. —The i-o:icral Al ger partv niurit up of OcJitvuis Alger, Sickie,? ^i-_e» Muil:c.ianl and Corpora! Tanner who are to nu '.:e a tour of »i r.uir.tet cf the wo?tom htate* lor the purro»e of addres.*iiii: o r'. «ol(liers .» the Wirt ieat« of Major K uley. will ieave Cbitauc Tuesday ir.e.inniK the ^2d, and •top at Ktnc,«ha. .c«n» an Milwau kee The iiJfi they w,ll v .*it Madison and La Cro«*e. The 24th West Supe rior and Lulr.th the iioth, St Paul ani Minneapolis, tht itith Wilimar. Sioux Fa.l« and Sicux City 2vth. Dul uque and Dee Moines ^i»th Council bluffs. Carlisle Cannot Attend. NEW YORK. Sept. Wl —Secretary Car lisle. it is announced, has written to the Palmer and Buckner headquarters in this city that press of public business will prevent him from speaking at or attending the meeting in the interest of the Kold standard Democratic ticket, which n to be held in Madisuu hquare GardeiifTue«day evening. Before Commerce CommlMlon. CH|CAJPFL..,,Sept. 21 —Tho interstate commerce commission bepin hearing the barges of Sufferen. Hunt & Co of Dei atur. Ills against- the I Ar W rai.ioad The complaint is based upon tht practice of the road of mpoMi a penalty rate, amount.ns to double tar iff i) all grain in exccss of the maxi mum weights allowed for the earicad, loaded in one car. .. Whitehead Arrive*. NEW TOUK, Sept. 21.—John Murphy, who under the name of George Albeit Whitehead served 13 years in English prisons, having teen convicted of hav ing dynam.te in his possession, and who was released some weeks ago, ar rived here tho steamer Lucania. He Will te'&flmincd by experts r.n insan ity, and. if they deem it advisable, he Will be sent to a sanitarium. liirgrnl Iji the World. CALL-BUST, Midi., Sept. 21. The greater'-port- tn ihe u.-tims and iron for the new shutt Lou e to be built at the Wn.iwifiidiop, has aiT.veil and" the vol em ting t,u- i a:.«hi.g has coni need, 'i hm shatr e will be the latest th^ v.oi«tl. i i .i tor.ibiua tion shiift h«K .• iU'M i-uuio, wluch Wil' tO-i-*»o irtrr.-ar~ Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair. Dlt HOST PERFECT MADf. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre« om Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 ^CM FRESH FRUIT FRESH WEBIES BY YOUR FLOUR AND FEED, Wood. Gasoline and Kero sene of the Feed Store. WE HANDLE R. N AXSLN failed to discover tho North Pole—Per petual Motion still remains un6olvell—No cne has dis covered a way to rich without using his brains and muscles—But, we wish to say that wo have made a «reat discovery, and that is that we got such a quantity of Goods for our money that we can aim st give them away. Ju?t come and look at tho beautiful Dress Goods in Eskimo, Pennant, Argus, Lizard, Serpentines, Percales, Ginghams, Tucca, Silks, 5atins, Elatea, Henriettas, Cashmeres. Oh! My, we can't begin to tell you. all of the names «.f the new styles of goods that are the thing for Late Summer and Tall AVear on will have to call and sec them. We also have a nice line of T0WKLS, CRASH, HOSIERY, SHOES, It lit HONS, LUES. ltlBHONS, UXDEKWEAlt. ETC. D. McKINNON. *&The Old Reliables WOOD'S DRUG STORE —-FOR SCHOOL BOOKS, TABLETS, AND ALL SCHOOL MATERIALS, a ^—'A A' OUR MAMMOTH FALL LINE OF Dress Goods Are Now Opened and ready for your Jinspection. It would be useless to undertake enum erating them as this space would not contain half the names of our New Dress Goods. We have fine 10-4 Double Blankets from 50 cents per pair up. Gent's under wear. Ladies' underwear, exceptionally good, at 50c. a suit. A full line of Boys and Girls Scikicol Slxoes at prices that will make you smile. Madison, Howard and White llonr. FRANK J. FOX. Wanted—fin Idea MKAT MAHKI.T. Citv Meat Market. Keeps constantly on han I 4 all line of Fresh antf Cured Meats, Fish, Fowl and Gametic season. 60ETHFL& SCHULrZ. DR. F. V PALMER, DENTAL -..SU'RGEOB Office oT«r Cituen^ Nation ml .Ban •. MADisox, sorrk mmmtA.