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For HepreaentatlTes in Congress—
J. E. KELLBY of Moody.
PHEKMAN KNOWLES Law ce.
For Governor—
See what we can do for
you in
CLOAKS, JACKETS
and
CAPES
before you order, and
member our bargains
UNDERWfAR & SHOES
for this week.
THE DAILY LEADER
TUESDAY, OCT. 27, 1896.
TJBKMS
By
TO ADVERTISER*.
THIS
DAILT
s
ANDHEW LEE of Clay,
Fur Llentanant (iorernor—
P. K. UuTU KBh of K ngsbnry.
For Secretary of State—
J. W. HAKD1N of.JtTHU (!.
For Auditor—
J.H. KIPPo:
MORSE & MUNRO.^
OF SUDSCKUTION.
iua..,
1 year
Bv mail, month*
By muiI, mouth*
Daiiy, t) carrier, per week
....$6 .00
.. 3.00
1.60
.16
makes a special feature of
furn^hitur information oii'-ernini.'the advantages
aud reeonrree of th« itv of Madison and of the
aUte it Uric** entitling it to the patronage ofad
*Fert -Ti* if t*v»*r}
•I. K. ST A ML, Proprietor.
THE SILVERJICKET.
National.
Kor Preside i
WILLIAM J. BUY AN of N
ihrr
.ska.
Hl'KSB«'Al.Lol
Htate
or PnV.dential Kleetor*—
B. 1*. LA»OS of Bon Homme.
1. V. t.OODYKOON I Z of Davison.
i u .Mr' '..wti'll Lawrenrt*
T. M. KINUKOSEof Brown.
Cumjiiiel1.
For Trr-«i isi—
W. S. LOG A N of Uanson.
for Attorney General
MELV1N GKIGSBY of Minnehaha.
For Superintendent of .. -lie Iueirnction—
MISS KATE TAL'BMAN of Brown.
For Commissioner of School and
jblic
Fo* Clerk of CoarU—
A. HARMS.
For Statts Aimriitv-
La
A M. iiLLBN ol idingtor.
For Railroad Commissioners—
W. T. LA FOLLETTE of Brule.
ALEXANDER KIKKPATRICC of Hand.
W. H. TCMI'KINS of Pennington.
County.
For Petaior
Al. E. IIART.
For R«prf*eEifM
M. H. HEDLHL,
JOSEPH POWEKS
For Sheriff—
A. MrOOVERN.
Foe 'I re»«-r r-
JuIlN LICKING
For KegisWroi Deeds—
CHAKLB-* U. TUlKOW.
Tot Aaditoi
E.
c.
KEiriJ.
For Coanty
W 4 McGKATll
OSOAR O MURK\Y
Kor SopcrMittadeni of School*-
C. W. DAl'GHEKTY.
For Coroner—
s
s. V. IENKS
For Surveyor—
W. R. 8MYTI1K.
For CoMmikaionrr, 3d dlstr ct
JOllN WALKER
For Count Justices of the FVaec—
WM. DAVI8 of Win fled.
J. DONN KI.I. of Uatnona.
CIIAS. KLllOFF of Wentworth.
A. BARLING of Madlaoa.
For County Constables—
HUGH WILLIAMS of Winfred.
T.J. O'SHAUGNESSY of Ramona.
CHAS. MALW1TZ of Wabtworth.
CHA». GLATZ of Madiaon.
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
standard, the gold bonds and bank cur
rency on one side, and the bimetallic
staadard, no bonda 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 unrestricted ooinage of both
gold and silver into standard money at
the ratio of 14 to 1, and upon tarms of
«xact equality as they existed prior to
1873, the silver ooin to be full legal ten
4«r equally with gold for all debts and
re
in
dues public nnil private, and we favor
Huch letfislutio'i as will prevent farther
demonetization of any kind of legal ten
der money by private contract. We
hold the power to control and regulate
puper currency ia inseparable from the
power to coin money, and hence that al
currency intended to circulate as money
should be issued 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 preseut
treasury policy, concurred in by the re
publican house, of plunging the country
in debt l.y hundredsof millions in 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,
Jefferson, Monroe, Jackson and Lin
coln, to the end that the American peo
ple may receive honest pay for honest
product, that the American debtor may
pay his just obligations in an honest
standard and not in a ste ul that has
appreciated 100 per cent above all the
great staples of the country, and to the
end further that present silver standard
countries may be deprived of the unjust
advantage 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 affilia
tions, and unite in one supreme effort to
free themselves and their children 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 cocsummatiou of onr desires
and efforts we invoke the gracious favor
of Diviue Providence.
'If there is one thing more than any
other, after the grinding exaction* of
the gold standard, thut the people of
this state have to guard against in this
election, it is excessive taxation and the
elevation of unworthy men to office.
The experience of this state during the
past four years is an ominoua warning
to the voters of this state that a com
plete change cf party in control of our
state offices would be a very wholesome
thing for the commonwealth. No state
in the union can produce a more unsa
vory record, and a thorough cleaning
out would be the best thing that could
happen us. The people's Btate ticket is
clean throughout and ought to be voted
entire. Voters, think seriously of the
condition of our state affairs under the
gang which has recently controlled it,
and you will vote for every man on the
people's ticket and do yourself oredik.
Senator James K. Jones, chairman of
the national democratic committee, un
der date of October 24, sends out from
the Chicago headquarters the following
cheeriug and triumphant message:
"The outlook at the end of the last
week but one of the campaign is more
favorable than it has been. Reports
from all sections bring the most encour
aging news. Our friends are filled with
confidence and enthusiasm. They are
full of pluck and fight. I have no doubt
about the success of the democratic can
didate. The news from Indiana, Michi
gan and Minnesota is very favorable,
and the same is true of Iowa, Ohio,
Kentucky and West Virginia. In every
section of the ooontry the oonditicn is
improved within the past week and we
have no louger any doubt about the elec
tioojof Mr. B.^u.i by an 'overwhelming
majority."
How different I he tone, temper audre
liability of such a report as compared
with the bluff, hraggadocia and blusler
of .Mark Hanna claiming the earth,
when Home one. in every place where it
is read, knows that what he says about
that place !s not true. Mr. Bryan is
going to win and Hanna feels it. hen&e
his baud wagon tactics and insolence.
If it were not that he is getting more of
it now than he warts, how quickly Mr.
Hanna would report to -'government by
injunction'' on Mr. Bryan.
As one great cry of the gold bugB dur
ing this Ci.mpiMgu has been that if
Bryan was elocted, every nvortgrge due
or overdue would be foreclosed and a
panic forced upon the couutry, and as.
this kind of argument has even been
used as a threat to coerce voters who
have mortgages on their pluces it would
be well to remiLd people that they need
have no fear of such extreme treatment.
Such threats have not only been sent by
letter from eastern loaning companiee to
mort^ageors but we learn are not in
frequently made by local loan agents
having people in their powe\ It is
dastardly and uu-Aniericac, an outrage
on a free ballot and free citizenship and
is condemned by every feeling of man
hood and conscience. The Maryland
supreme court has recently banded
down a decision which shows now this
will be regarded by the courts if a threat
or foreclosure is thus made. It says:
If a creditor threatens to call ia his
mortgage debt or to demand pa ment of
a promissory note or other claim unless
the debtor shall vote as the creditor
wishes, the creditor thereby make* him
self amendable to th» law. If an em
ployer threatens to discharge his em
ployes or to cut down their wages Un
less the employe shall vote as the em
ployer requires, the employer by that
threat, no matter how covertly or indi
rectly Jniade or communicated renders
himself liable, upon conviction, to serve
a term of five years in the penitentiary,
and it makes no difference who the em
ployer may be. He may be a private in
dividual or an effioer, agent, buperinten
dent or boss of a corporation or a tirm.
A. B. Kittredge of Sioux Falls made
the most e\( usive jojmey of bis life
this week. He came from Sioux Falls
to Yankton with $1,500 of republican
money for the expressed purpose of
straightening out the situation in Yank
ton county, and he did it. There is
$500 of his money in the hands of Yank
ton bankers, posted in bets on the Blaik
Hills, and Mr. Kittredge has returned to
Sioux Falls. It is rumored to day that
.Mr. Kittredge is going out onto the
Sioux-Indian reservation near Chamber
lain and bury himself until after elec
tion.
One hundred and ti'ty free silver re
publicans of Beadle county will vote for
Bryan. This will give Beadle county to
Bryan.
The IMneevery t§ave4 HI* Life.
Mr. O. Caillouette, druggist, Beavers
ville, III., says: "To Dr. King's New
Discovery I owe my life. Was taken
with La Grippe and tried all the physi
cians for miles about, but of no avail and
was given up and told that I could not
live. Having Dr. King's New Discovery
in my store, I sent for a bottle and began
its use and from the tirst dose began to
get better, and after using tthree bottles
was up and aDout again. It is worth its
weight in gold. We won't keep store or
house without it." Get a free trial bat
tle at C. IL Wood's drug store.
They are so little you hardly know
you are taking them. They cause no
griping,
yet they act quickly and most
thoroughly. Such are the famous little
pi lie kno*n as De Witt's l^ittle F^arly
Ri ers. Small in size, great in results.
FR NK SMITH.
*rrnonal.
FBBK—G4-pag« medical reference book
to any person afflicted with any special,
chronic or delicate disease peculiar to
their sex. Address the landing
physicians and surgeons of the United
States, Dr. Hathaway k Co., Corner
Nebraska and Fourth streets, Sioux
City, Iowa.
Chronic constipation is a painful, dis
agreeable and life-shortening difficulty
It deranges the system, causes sick head
ache, bad breath, and poisons the blood.
It can be readily overcome by De Witt's
Little Early Hirers. Theee little pill*
are great regulators.
Certificate*
c. A. K*llv
FRANK SMITH.
For rent* half section farm, about
500 acres under plow. Good
buildings. CHAS. B. KENNEDY.
HtaeriflTa Sale.
State of Soolta Dakota, 8«eond .Indicia! Cir
cuit—
•». In the Circuit Court wiihlo and for
Lake County. L. Bartlett and O. L. Bart'ett,
copartner*, doing bcsl*eaa under the Arm name
of L. Baitiett A Son,*' plaintiff*, *s. Francla
Malioy. deiendaut. Notice is hereby given thai
by virtue of a Judgment of foreclosure and aale
iu the abor« entitled actioa on the ?fib dajr of
.September, A. D. 10M, sMkaa execution taMStf
—nt, sad to me dtrotisd
faauda,
upon aaid
and del'Tewd^anJaow
ia any
Lake coinlfHwid
Rcrlb«r W. A Fox, ahorlff of
state of Sooth Dakota for that purpose appttnt
ill sell at public auction at the front
ed, will sell at public auction at tae front «oor
of the court houeo. is the city of MaiisoQ^eoon
tT of Lake, state or South Dakota, cn thffWlh
day of November, IMS, at tiro in the af
ternoon of that day. to the highest bidder for
cash, the real estate aad mortgaged premises
situate In the county of Lake and eta to of Booth
Dakota, and directed in aaid judgment and exe
cution to be sold, and thertiu described as iol
lows: The northeast quarter of section num
bered tMrty-lhree (*1), io township one hundred
and six (106) north of ranee numbered fifty
three (.\J) west of the Fifth Principal Meridian,
in the county of Lake, state.of South Dakota, or
so mnch thereof as may be sufficient to satisfy
said judgment and coet*, amounting in all to
one thousand seven hundred elehty-nine dollar#
and fliteen cent*, with Interest thereon from the
date of aaid judgment, »nd all accruing Motsof
Dated Madiaor, 8. D., October 88.
9. A. FOX,
Shoriff of Lake Conaty,
t.
D.
AVTHUB ft. BROWN, PlalbtlC't AttoraSf.
of Nominations.
Talols to certify that pnrsuant to the provis
ion* ol Chapter tT, laws of 1891, the following
nomination* ror presidential elector", rep
II
Lsent
atives In Congo's, state and county officers, to
be voted for at ft general elc tion to be held
Tu« s lay, November:}, tiave been duly cer
tifi tbi-office by the secretary of sta'uand
Ui» president* and er retariej of tlie re-j ictlve
couvcntlous of (Ho iiical riles (excepting
ibo-e who hive withdrawn from the noniins.
ttoi s), to wit:
Presidential Electors.
Kichxrd J. Woo.1* Republican.
Ri hurt! M. Hoottm Republican.
.Iolid 1 timer. Republican.
Thotnus E'iwulde Republican.
Hct.ry K. La soil P. ople's Party
F. Goodikoouus People's Party
K. M. McLaFresh Peoole'i- i'arty
P, M. Rii *{ro''e People's Party
u. t». itxia«rd... Prohibition.
A. II- Reed Prohibitum.
A. li. Mil't Prohib'tioii.
Prohibition.
Repteettniativv
in (_oL^r ss.
Hubert.'. tJnmble Republican.
t.'ne I t'rmvford Kepttblirnu.
John E Keliey People's Party
Kreeuian Knowle* .. I'e.irie's Harty
M. D. Alexander ProhTn'tlou.
K Lewi# Prohibition.
Uuvcrm
Aniu'do. Himr^rud Republican.
Ainliew E. Lee l'eit!e'« Party
John K. Hanson Piohihition.
Li-iitenant tiovorti.r
Daniel T.
itxiuiau Republic
MM.
R. (brothers People's Party
t". .1. Carlisle Prohibition.
Secretary «l Male.
VS'i ham II.
Rod le Republican.
J. W\ Harden People's Party
M. ti'k. Prohibition.
Mate auditor.
Henry F. Mnyhow Republican.
U. K'pp People's Party
Mate 'treasure*.
Kiik i Philip Republican.
?•. Lnuati eople's Party
Joseph Marker Prohibition.
Attorney Genera'.
Stephen V Jones Repnbllcsn.
Melviti Grigsby People's Party
Superintendent of 1'ubiic Instruction.
Frank Crane Republican.
KateTaubmau People's Party
Kc pliuri Piohtbitiou
omuits'ioner bebool and Public Latuis.
John L. Lock hart Republican
A. M.Allen People's Party
Railroad Commissioner®.
1st District
George t\. Johnston Repubilcnn.
\V. T. La K llette People's Paity
•Jd District
N. P. Bromley Reptibl'cm.
Alex KirkpntricK People's Part?
:M District
David W Mi-F.uidon Republican.
Wa. 11. Tompkins People'* Party
State senator.
lt'.ih District-
Robert C. Ziminprm*n Repnbiicttn.
Michael E. Hurt —I copie s Party
Stale
Kupicsi-ntntiVea.
l'tth TVistric:
Abel tchell Republican.
Ole T. Thompson Republican.
Mtithias H. Hegdal People's Party
Joseph Powtr People's Party
Clerk of the Courts.
•lames M. P-eston Republic*!).
Adoiph Harms...... ..People's Party
sheriff.
Duncan A McGtllivrav Republican.
Janus A. McGovein People's Party
County Auaitor.
Arthur A. Northrop Republican.
Elbert C. Keith, People's Pariy
Register of Deed*.
Thom-is Hoiflal Republican.
Chas. Thurow People's Party
County Treusnrer.
Peter D. B:ckhaui Republican
John FUming. People'* Party
Siaus Attorney.
Geo. R. Farmer Republican.
Oscar O. Murray, People's Pally
Couuty Judge.
John H. Williamson Republican.
A'm. MiGrat'j People's Party
Huperintcndent of schoos.
Geo. F. Tuttle Republican.
Chas. W. OaugUerty People's Party
Coroner.
John M. Duff Republican
Samuel M. Jenk« Peop.e's Party
'unt* Smveyor.
/ohn Gregor tepuhllcan.
Will H. Hmytbe People'* Party
County Com msaioner.
2d District—
Charles Binghan Republican.
John M. Walker People's Party
County Ju*-'' o be Peace.
James 11. Cole Republican.
Mi.lard Packard Republican.
Francis Rice. Republican.
John R. Jones Republican.
\Vm. Davis Pecpie.s Party
John O'Doniielt People's Party
Cbas. Elh«.ff People's Party
Andrew P. Uuniug People s Party
County Conaiables.
Ernest Mueller Republican.
Joseph Rosenow Kepnbltcac.
William Williams puhl caa.
George Mead Republican.
Huch Williams P«ople's Party
Tinothv J. O'ShatignoMoy People's I'i-'V
Chas Malwit* People s rfy
Chas. G'atz People's Party
Also the following proposed amendment* to
the constitution, viz:
Proposed amendment to the constitution of
the state of South Dakota:
"Shall article twenty-four of the constitution
be repealec
Proposed amendment to the constitution of
the state of South Dakota:
Article 1? of the constitution to amended
by atUilu? al the end ther of lie fallowinir:
20. Monopolies and trusts shall Lexer he
allowed in this state and no iccorporated com
pauy. co partnership or association of person*
in this state shall directly or indirectly combine
or make any contract with any iucorpo'ated
company, foreign or domestic through their
•tockholders or the trustees or assigns of such
stockholders, or with any co uartuershlp or a*
sociattou ol peraot s,
or in any manner whatever
to Ox the prices, limit the p-o .ictton or leiru
late the transportation of auv product or com
moditv so as :o prevent competition in *ur'
prices, productim, trnnsportatioi. or to estab
lish excessive price" tbeiefor.
The legislature shtll pass laws for the enforce
meut of this rection by adequate penalties and
in the case of incorporated companies, If nee
essary lor ihat purp se may, as a penalty, de
clare fotfeiture ot their franchises.
Proposed aniei.dmet I to the Constitution of
the st»te ol South Dakot-:
I, Amendment.] That section three (3) of
article fourteen (11,' of the constitution be
amended so as to read as follows:
3 The stale university, tne agricultural
co lege, the normal schools and ail otter educa
tioti 1 institutions thai may be sustmued either
whl'v or in part by the state shall be under the
control of a board of live members appointed by
the "overnor aud co:,firmed bv e senate under
such rules and restrictions as the legislature
shall provide. The legtslHture may increase the
number of members to nl" e.
S 2. Amendment.] Tnut article fourteen
(14) of the constitution be anienden by striking
out section four (4) of the c..uie
8. Term of oftice.J From the time or tsk
ing tffect of this amendment the term* of ottlce
of all the trustees theretofore appointed shall
cease and determine.
Proposed amendment to the constitution of the
state of South Dakota:
1. Amendment J. That Section 4, of Article
13, af the constitution of the state of South Da
k*)tu l»e amended so as to read ae follows: "Sec
tion 4. The debt of any county, city, town,
school district, civil township, or other subdivis
ion, shull never exceed five (5) per centum upon
the assessed value of the taxable prooertv
therein. In estimating the amount of indebted
ness which a municipality «r subdivision may
incur the amount of indebtedness contracted nri
or to the adoption of thia constitution ahall be
Included.
Provided, that any county, municipal corpora
tion, civil township, district or other subdivision,
may incur an additional indebtedness not exceed
ing ten per centum upon the assessed valu* of
the taxable property therein for the purpose of
providing water or irrigation and domestic
uses Provided further that no county, muni
cipal corporation or civil township shall be in
cluded within any such district or subdivision
without a majority vote in favor thereof of the
electors of the county, municipal corporation or
civil township, as the case tm y be which is pro
posed to be included thereia, and no such dobt
shall ever be incurred for any of the purposes in
this section provided unless authorized by a vote
in favor thereof of a majority of the electors of
such conaty, municipal corporation, civil town
•hlp, district or subdivision incurring the same.
All of the saiii proposed amendments will be
printed upon each ballot, followed by the words:
'Shall the abova amendment to the constitu
tion be approved and ratified 1"
Immediately to the left of which shall be print
ed the words, "Yes,"' and "No," each preceded by
a square in which the elector can place a cross to
indicate his vote. Electors desiring to vote
"Yes," will place a cross before the word "\es,
and thoa* to 'ot+»• "No, will place a
cross before the word "No."
(Chapter W, laws of 1«K.)
Dated Madison, South Dakota, thia aoth day Of
October, A. D. 1HW.
Yoa
A. A. NORTHROP,
Auditor Laiu County, S. D.
rr-rt
A CHOICE LINE OF
REINH0LD CHINA,
also one of the Jinest patterns of EBglisli Decorated ware
that has ever been 'n the city and everything marked low.
Call ar.d see me before buy'ng elsewhere.
business. Truss discarded forever.
C. A. KELLEY.
Mleie tie World.
THE SPECIALISTS
(INCORPORATED,)
OF
CITY MEDICAL COUNCIL
148 State Street, Chicago, III.
Are treating with skill and success all private matters:
Chronic. Nervous, Skin and Blood Diseases.
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efTecta: Nc Deh 'I'V. Di'*
Nsght Self Distrust, I ec».ive V
imp es on the Face, A verl' n to t':e e.y
if Kt ta'es. «i of no" ion, Lack of
fid. i*e. G. .ooDlei.cy,
t:esr, A sia, V»
etc., tr until. and powc y
stoied
81000 AXD SKIN
ATectin 'ihe 1 y, '«e, throat, skin and
bodee, I).ctchcs. uiuto •. Ditches, in mouth,
eraottons, rheums**
eczema, oid SCT"
whatever cause. po*.
frnm py*tem.
XVJli oq dayg without detention from
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Ener*,r*
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disc
milk
falling hair, acme,
painful sweiiin-.s,
.• and forever arivc
Cured in 15 days without detention from business.
be
xr*
NO-TO-BM
CHAS. B. KWIMCUT,
Preeiden
J. H. WILLIAMSON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Collections promptly attend* c.
Office in Syndicate block over". Daa
UoXiniKMi'e (ton, MadiMB. S.
Wanted—An Idea
Vaiicocela"radlcany
at home.
f" tarrh
itrd at bin for th* «aaae price aad nnter the same
(it'ARA\TKE. Write for symptsra blank.
JfJTlf you prefer to cotue here we will eontiact to pay Railroad Fare
:nd Hotel Bill, and no charge if we fail to cure you.
Consul tion and Advice free by mail
HOME TREATMENT.
ft GUARANTEED
1
TOBACCO
HA3IT
Over 1.000.000boxes aolil. W.nno enre# Its power to rto6troy tbedeslm for tobacco in any
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falls to make the weak linpot-jt mill stronn. rtsorous arid niatfnet"- Justtrya Vou will be de*
Ughted W« expect you to Iwli^vo wtiai we say. for a curs is absolutely Ku.ir.iuUied by dru«Kists every
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THE HAD1SON
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A GENERAL BANKING IIUSINESS^TRAN8ACTED
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