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WHAT Tii v WANT :ini«ron, Take Call Would Have Congress Ac kiiowltMl^f liiilopfiulmee of lie island. W \SITLS I .. p.'' s (lent i.'. p.'d the vi^Kienl. Tins ei« ..n'.l •(!.. v y for a wries ot Vigorous t'IIUUII re UTIOM. Th^ first, offer y I y Mr.Came.on filep., hi.) was as to.lows soivcd. By the senate and house of representatives, ttyat the independence of tne iiepubiio ol" Cuba bn. and the same is hereby acicnowled by the United State* Amer.ca. Resolved, 'inut the United Sttuos should use its friendly offices with the government of Spain to bring to a close the war between Spain and Cuba." Thie One From Mill*. Mr. Mills (Dem., Tex.) followed the Cameron resolution at once with t\ie following: IMMoste Miils an:! Call, Eacli a Whirl at Cuban Aii'ahs. i Mills \v (mil Iako Possession in-. i i a n I seiMi MUFFLERS Fur Ms at aKaul,t 4 -Mr. Frye. .•eiii.te. it. cts u? the Vice Mr. Phil' i pM^euted the repo o} lie jti.nr onunittee of con^A'ps I'i'iiiUVi1 i. i s- i n-.t:oii of ulcohci us1-*'t i i tUean and oli'ered u resolution t.i .::ua,nce of th«» ci mur JL J&JL JCm Christmas Greeting! foiv invasion. w o i w u the coloring and effects in silks are simply beautiful. Joint resolution directing the presi dent of the Unift'd States to tak i»os session of the island of Cuba, and hold it until its inhabitants can institute such government as they may wish, and organize and arm such forces as may IM* necessary to protect them against invasion. Resolved. That the president of the United States is hereby directed to take possession of the island of Cuba, with the military and naval for* es of the United States and hold the same until the people of Cuba can rr'jamze a gov ernment dei-iVing its jjower from the consent of the. governed, and arm and equip such military ami naval torces 1 i as mav 1,»• ncce. sary to secure them tton was r«*lerred to 11• cnmmitiW on I'M'T.' !. foreign relation.-. Mr. Call'* 1:..u' «.i Mr. Call l.o\\ WJ-I .mother joint resolution as toiiow-: lM»iveu by the of iepre:-eut tM es. Stages ol Am.. lie of Cuba as a riv. governiiie'it. ami u!i• it'.i'l the houM tii.i. :iiu United c.-a.z^ the -puL ln.lepeinten coi'd t: the people of Cuba all the rights 01' a sovereign and independent m»\e.uuieut in the yortt and ju. .!•..«-tiou of the Ulilted SU.teS The Call reoiut.on went to the table. Mr. Call auiiituiiaM tnat he would speak on it at an eany day. The three Cuban resolutions came quick sue ce-sion, eiiCii t/e.ir^ r» ad ill tml and oe casioned m.ii'Kfd .tt-at o.i, owing to the. d.ivc.ne.ss and v.gor of the ia.11 guage used uy the throe senators. Highest of all in Leavening Strength.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report* After this came a tlood ol bills, c«v ering every phase of legislation. The Dingley bill was next taken up by a vote of to 21, but was displaced at 2 o'clock by the immigration bill and went back to the calendar. Sen ator Allen sought to have it made the unfinished business, but objection was offered. Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE We are offering a great choice of useful as well as ornamental goods suitable for Christmas Presents. Nothing more appropriate than a fine aaacxaKersey, Melton, Chinchilla_ or Irish Freize Overcoat.=a SUITS in all colors and styles very CHEAP. CAPS in all styles. SHIRTS in all styles including the latest designs in Persian and Dresden Patterns. Our great specialty for the Holidays is our immense line of AND I'enslon Hill Passed. WASHINGTON. Dec. 10.—The house has passed the pension appropriation bill. It carries $1 about $75, 000 less than that lor tne current year. 11 ANN A SAW REED. Consultation of McKlnlcy'i Manager With the speaker lautci Interest. WASHINGTON, Dec. 10.—A ripple of interest swept over the house when it became known that Speaker Reed was the recipient of a call from Mr. M. A. lianna accompanied by Genera) Horace Porter of New York, who is tc oe mar shal of the inaugural parade, dropped into the speaker's room at the house at 1 oMock. The speaker was then in the chair, but Representative Smith of Michigan, told Mr. Reed who was waiting for linn. The speaker turned over the gavel to Mr. Sherman of New York and step]ed lack to his ottice. It is said that the speaker and the man ager of MeKinley's campaign had Lever mat before. Several embers Who had been active in Mr. Reed's ante- aivention campaign, and Repre sentative W. A. Stone, who ma' ag Senator (Quay's boom at the capital last spring, took part in the meeting. Will lite Car 38. CANTON, O., Dec. 10.—In his trip for the inauguration at Washington. Major McKinley and family will use private car 8K, of General Superintendent John F. Miller of the Southwestern system of the Pennsylvania line, who is an old time friend. The private cars of railway presidents and general manage: s have been offered Major Mc Kinley for this trip, but the latter promised Superintendent Miller years ago, if he was ever elected president, he would ac«5pt car 38 for the trip to "Washington, and that is the car that will be used. Want Plan* for nrreoejr Reform. WASHINGTON. Dec. 10.—The house committee on banking and currency lidoj ted resolutions requesting com mercial organizations with definite^ plans for currency reform to submit them to the committee and requesting Comptroller Ke'.els to pres-jut his views to tin commute*. "Atrmleil for Forgery. ELDORADO, Kan.. Dee. 10.—Cashier Fleming, formerly of the Exchnnge National bank of this city, has been arrested on n charts of forgery on four complaints. He fave Lail for $10,000. MRS- IW III *11 TIIIH Mil HARRISO.N The EZ'I'raHtilPlit Wnillil MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10. 189(1. JPRICE FIVE CENTS BOSTON aHJuii CHIME, FEW ARRESTS. St. Lnnln l'apprn Complain of t1i» Sue ceRstul Activity of 'ri»niiiitl». Sr. Louis, Dec. 10.—The Republic prints a lengthy article regarding the prevalence of crime in St. Louis. IT says in part "During the past 4N hours, the crim inal element of this city have rnn the entire gamut of crimes prohibited by the statuses. The depredators ha\e plied their nefarious avocations with a daring and persistency^ which shows the contempt in w!:ic?i they hold the police authorities. 1 he mini rests made is surprisingly si portiou to the number or oi. Parm-.T* in th» CKDAR R.UMDS, la., nii.mjwp GRINAGER BROS ar- pi- Not Arc, !•. liiihnnit :-eiiutor«hM. INDIANAPOLIS. Dec. in 5 Harrison lias settled tli- i to whether iie would a) i .i go before the egl*iS«lV:- K.« publicans for United Sta giving out an lisierv v.. .n \s!i. .i i. says he is no a cand.d.i i. want the nom natioa mm uiu. !.« accept it. Dec. in—.Jnd" Lot Thomas of the Storm Lak" tlistrie has iven h.s decision in the laniou John um )and .ses. They inelud more tarin 100 separate eases agninsi farmers in Harrison, Plymouth. Osee ol^i and Clay counties, liy the-e sud the heirs of Join: Irwin sought to huve the title of the-e lands, valued at more than tfiTO.W, quieted in their nam The decision is in l'avor of the farmers Withdrawing Troopn From Lnadville. DENVEH, Doc. 10 —The withdrawal of troops from Leadville has been be gun, but a:l will no* be recalled until Governor MCJI. re becomes satisfied that the officials of Lake county can control the strike situation. One hun dred und sixty-four members of tlie national guard have been permitted to return home within a few dayg, leaving 650 men still on duty. The I Ingnn Spreading. BOMBA\, Dec. 10.—The bubonic plague is spreading everywhere. On Tuesday th^re were 56 fresh cases, and 557 deaths here. Since the outbreak flier* have been 1.12(1 cases and 4 'le i,h«. The mortality in this city during the pust week from all diseases was about 1,000. while rhfe death :.ite is only about Hon hotmaj NECK-TIES Come and see them. J, ili DM Gash-ualiu -AT- DAN McglNNON'S The prices of Cloaks cut all to pieces. L0AKS 13.00 14.00 18.00 °o effects ATO^ th&- I CATON'S ITITALIZEH. Cure* general or spsclcl debility, ness, spt*rmatorhtjca, cnilisions, iinpot«fnc} paresis. c:c. 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You canbotri\:t? i -•:c pr i nn ier ..••' (uciiniohero wo willrofc tiury ured ir 1. wakeful homef ty.if tr ictt' uilr -a:! fareand h' tc I bi: ,- |J '•charjrp. if we fa., •cure. Ifytu have takea turf# enrv, iotlide po'.wh, ana utill bavo »cho# ijg| prtin, ticiHisl'iittlif* in r»iuuth. SoreThroail l*iuipl« », Copp.T C'otor« Spots, u auy part ol the b' .lr, ll .iiror Kyelrows f:illi-t out, it i» this buoutiary iiLoOI) FOisu weraarante©U cure. We solicit the tno«t obst uate caa«K an' ciiulient^o the world for a cajeweoanniitciirc. T:,.a dL^«as« has uiwura bsffleo th«?ki!l the muit walncDt clan*. 8SOO,OOt) capital behind onr uncio Uonalguaranty. AbsolatenroolfiwiitaeaJed i a s- i