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THE DAILY LEADER SATURDAY', JAN. 30, lStfT. TKH.MS OP SUUBtRiPTlOH ¥y »•••, I year Bv .mail, 0 month* By mail, 8 month* Daily, by carrier, p«r week. ,$«.oo 8.00 1.60 .16 TO^ADVBRTISBRS. THB DAILY I.BADRH ,niak»« special FWITNR" of nrniihlD »nform»Uon concerning the aftranU(fP* ftad ret*onrr**®\f th* cltv of Madison ®nir of th* Ule tiWnrg* tytiUintf K lo the patron** of ad Tjrtl*«» ofevery cla««. j. p. STAHL. Pi*prt«i«f. The Pierre populist legislators outflit to take an example frono the populint senatorial victories of Idaho and Wash ington, and tfet together at once. The Palmer railroad bill has bwn passed by a unanimous vote of both houses and signed by the governor—an almost marvelous success in law mnking. The maximum rate tnileiigt* will Le three cents per mile under the new law. MTy— V Washington, 28: During the consid eration of tho Indian appropriation bill, which was finally passed to day. liepre sentutive Gamble, of South Dakota^ BOCured the incorporation of his amend ments which provides for an increase of 110,0^0 each for the two Indian schools at Chamberlain and Rapid City. He failed, however, in his elT^rt to l:ave in corporated in the bill an appropriation of $30,000 for a survey of Indian allotments, it being knocked out on point of order. Mr. Gatuble will try to have the senate adopt the impropriation when ^the bill reaches that body, and ne is assured that if he is successful the cotferees on part of the house will not oppose the appro priation. Mr. Gamble is much elated over the success of himself aud his col leagues on the Indian committee in se curing a total appropriation of ?2*«io,000 for the industrial school and tor the erection and repair of sc.iool buildiugs on the great Sioux reservation. This is #200,(XM) in excels of the amount ap propriated during the last fiscal year The total amount carried for South Da kota in the bill amounts to nearly 82 'XX), 000. The Great Northern has abandoned its trams V in southern North Dakota and northern South Dakota, and has engag ed to ive the mails carried-tjy teams, aloug lis lines. The social and political revolution in this country goes steadily on us is mani fest by the frequent muttenngs and criticisms at existing conditions. That some prominent meu are taking-note of this aud others is also manifest. F. De lias* Robinson a relative of Senator Quay aud who stands close to Senator Foraker, says anent the aspirations of Mark Hanna to be a United States Sen ator, that "Gov. Bushnell ought to ap pomt a workingman. Hanna is a inillionare and there are enough of these io the senate already. M»yor McKinley is in duty bouud to appoint a working man to a cabiuet place." "If Major McKinley and M. A. Hanna will not redeem some of their promises that they made to the workingmen of this country before the election, I am in favor of the republican party, as a party, taking up the matter. •'The entire campaign, which was man aged by Hanna, was bused on an appeal to the workingmen of this country. They were promised that the mills would 0«*en as soon ad McKinley was eltoted. They were promised work. To-day tMe times are harder than they were before election. One ihird more meu are out of empioj ui -tit to iy t!»an before Mc- Kinl ry was* eleoti d. Hanna has not kept one prom so whhich, before eleo tiou he made to the workingmen of this country. Gov. Hushne'l ha-t an oppor tl.uit lo hliow the people that Mr. Hun na aud Mr. .McKinley, and not the re pub icau part.sure to blame for thtt-e uakept promise*?-" Iu view of the coTuiitioiif of ihe country to day there is solid truth audi sound sense in these remarks. Thenrg gestion has been made that there Ih a parade iu every city of idle working men on Washington's IJirthday as an obj-ct lee sou to millionaires and manufacturers who promised workingmen that if they Would have good times again and em ployment. Uut the promises have been brokeu and it is now estimated that there will be over fifty thousand idle Men in line in some of the larger cities to emphasize the fact o( theee broken promises. Another significant protest against embittering the feelings and suffering! condition of the poor by lavish display of wealth extorted by unjust social and eoonomic conditions is the warning of the Rev. Dr. Rainsford, psstor of one of the wealthiest churches in New York to kit« people ug.iiufct taking part ic the forthcoming Bradley -Martin ball which is to cost $300,000 or more. It has aroused thoughtful people all over the land and stirred New York from cen ter to circumference. Even Major Mc Kinley heeds the portent of impending •oeial and political revolution, by re questing the management of the inau? «ral ceremonies at Washington to do away with the great ball projected for that oocasion and to devote the money to more worthy and laudable objects. The fact of the matter is the government of the American people has got to be conducted more in tbe interests of the DO mm on people in the future than ia the p~t or tbe oext four years will witness tacfc an upheaval thai the war of the Rebellion will be a pigmy circumstance to it. Comptroller Koberts of the State of New York in his annual report to the legislature of that state warns the rich that they must consent to pay a larger proportion of the expenses of govern ment and so relieve the people or they will be confronted with a revolution. "This country," Mr. Roberts says in his report, "has just passed through the most threatening political campaign in its history. The portents of 180b were vastly more dangerous than those of l*fi), when f*ac» and internecene war hung in the balance. The issues ad vanced last year were largely the out growth of discoutent among the people. The farmers, as a cltiss, the working people and the small trade folk were in distress. For four years the conditions had been exceedingly unsatisfactory for them. Hundreds of thousands of indus tri'iu* people wer^ out of employment, the best efforts of the farmer had heeu attended with po'jr result-, and the small tradesman aud business man were worse off than if they had been doing nothing. "And the fact that in the midst of all this discontent, distress and suffering, the fortunate few, comparatively, were luxuriating in immense and almost lim itless wealth did more than any other one thing to breed, propogate and dis seminate thet.e ideas. There is no mis tiikmg the signs of the times in this country. There is an increasing enmity between capital and labor and this feeling increases very nearly according to the concentration of great wealth in few persons. Furthermore, there are eminent authorities who are of the opin ion that the multiplication of gigantic fortunes auuurs no good for the per petuity of republican institutions." I r. K I KC'N Xew Discovery For I'onftum j»t ion. This is the best medicine in th6 world for all forms of Coughs and Colds and lor Consumption. Every bottle is guar anteed. It wilKeure and not disappoint. It has no equal for Whooping Cough, Asthma, Hay fever, Pneumonia, Bron chitis, La (irippe, Cold in the Head and for Consumption. It is pleasant to take and, ab:ve all, a sure cure. It\is always well to ti.ke Dr. King's New Life Pills in connection with Dr. King's New Dis covery. as they regulate and tone the t-tomach ami bowels. guarantee perfect satisfaction or return money Free trial hot ties at C. II. Wood's drug store. Regular S'ze 50 ceuts and 81.0°. John Chestnut has beon Repainting and papering tVe interior of his restaur ant anl covering anew his billiard tables, making a very invifing and com fort able place for his patrons, whom he will continue to serve ^ith old time promptness and satisfaction. Give him am'l. Constipation in its worst forms, dys pepsia, sick healache, biliousness and derangement of the liver are readily cured by DeWitt's Little Early Risers. These little pills never gripe. Small pill, safe pill, beet pill. FRANK SMIin GIVES JOY TO SPORTS. All Sorts of Matchee Antic paled the Result of Nevada Legislation. FRANCISCO, Jan. 80.—The pass age by the Nevada senate of the bill licenaing prizo-flghting has given great joy to local sports, and already they have in prospect battles between noted pugilists of all classes. It is oontended that the imposition of $1,000 on every fight will have a ten dency to discourage dishonest men from going into the business of bring ing off contests and that square fights will be assured. It is asserted that Dan Stuart will make his permanent headquarters in Nevada and will from time to time arrange con tests between the most noted pug ilists of the country. The sentiment in Nevada seems to bo strongly in favor of the bill. Carson, Reno aud Virginia City, at any one of which places the figlit may be given, are only 14 hours ride from Sun Francisco. NATIONAL JOARD OF TRADE. Completes Iu Convention at Washington Work. WASHIXOTON, Jan. 80.—The national board of trade has completed the con sideration of the various matters that have engaged its attention and ad jonmed to meet in this city again next Deccmter. Daring the three days in which the meeting has lasted, many matters of ^reat importance to the financial, mercantile and maritime in terests have been fully and freely dit cuBsed by representative business men from all parts of the country and infor mation respecting the needs of indi vidual interests was gained. The board took favorable action on a num ber of propositions that had been ad vanced by boards of trade throughout the oountry. mlamea Klllod. ROCHESTER, N. Y., Jan. 30.—Henry Snyder, conductor, of Rochester, and Trainman George Craston, were killed in a wreck on the Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburg road, five miles west of Leroy. Firemen M. McLain of Roch ester, waa injured, probably fatally. The collision occurred between a time I freight going west and asnow plow coming east. 8unmM«d to England, it. JOHNS, N. F., Jan. 5J0.— Governor Murray has been summoned to Eng land on important public business. It is believed that his mission is con nected with the fortifying of St. Johns It is thought he also intends to arrange matters in connection with th« French tishiusr rights. A weed in the garden can be easily de stroyed when it tirst starts. Consump tion can be ripped in the bud by One Minnte eovfb Cnre. Fbock Bxifl. WILL WAIT FOR SPRING. On* tMlit D*k*t* Road Hu Ab*a 4oned tor th« Wlnt«r. WATRRTOWM, S. D.t Jan. 80.— The railroads running into this* city are ex periencing difficulty 1® keeping their roads open. The Groat Northern road running between here and Huron ha* not seen a train since the storm of Jan. 3 and 4. The railroad company has made some effort to open the road, but it appears now that it has abandoned that effort and will wait for spring, as it has contracted for teams to carry the mail to the postoffices along the line of the road. OFFICER RE-ELECTED. Woman fnffr*(* Convrattoa Again Se lect* th« Old Lca4*rt. DES MOINF.S, la., Jan. 80.—At the afternoon session of the Woman's Suf frage convention the following officers were elected: President, Sasan B. Anthony vice president at large, Rev. Anna Howard Shaw, Philadelphia corresponding secretary, Mrs. Rachel Foster Avery, Philadelphia. AH these were re-elections. The rest of the time was devoted to routine business. GOVERNOR GENERAL OR, CUBA Spanish MioUtcr of War the Latest 6« cesser of Wejrler. LONDON, Jan. 30.—A dispatch from Madrid says that Lieutenant General Agacarrage, the Spanish minister of war, will, according to report, soou be appointed governor general of Cuba, in succession to Weyler, who, however, will retain command of the militaiy forces of Snain in the island. Don't Tobacco Spit and 8aioke Yonr Life A ray, If vou want to quit tobacco using easily ami forever, be made well, strong, magnetic, full of new life and vitror, take No-To-Bac, the wonder-worker, that makes weak men strong. Manv pain ten pounds in ten days Over 400,000 c-ured. Buy No-To-Bac of your drupgist, under puaranteo to cure, 50c or jl.oo. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. Sterling Remedy Co.,Chioaco or Now York. Land Hrrkf r»' Excursion. Tickets sold January 5 and 19, Febru aro 2 and 10, March 2 and 16, AprTlfi and 20. One fare for the round trip plus $2 to prominent points in all states and Territories west of the Mississippi river, also south of the Ohio River. Caecarets stimulate liver, kidneys and bowels. Never sicken, weakeu or gripe 10c. Minutes seem like hours when a life is at stake. Croup gives no time to send for a doctor, delay may mean death One Minute though Cure gives insfant relief ar.d injures recovery. The oniy harm less remedy that produces immediate result. F^ANK SMITH. Sale of Land. The Stat»' of South Dakota, County of Nutio- if hert'hy jriven, that in paravane*' of an order mmie by the Hon. Win. McGrftth, judsreof the rounty court, in and for the rounty of Lake, and state of South Dakota, on the30th of Jan uary, A. D. 1HH7, ill the matter of thif' estate of Frances It. Costlow, a minor, the underpinned, the guardian of the peroon and eetnte of eaid minor, will sell at private sale to Uic highest liiihler, for rush, subject to confirmation by the jinlt'e of naiil county court, on or after the 6th day of February, A. D. 1W7, and prior to Febru ary tth, and till the ritflit, title apd interest that the wild ward han, by operation of law or otherwise, at the time of this sale, in and to all that certain piece or parcel of land situate, lyinjf and beini in the county of Lake and state of South Dakota, described as follows, to wit: An undivided one-sixth (1 interest and estate in anil to the east half of tfie northwest quarter of section T, lawnship 1(»5, north of range 51, west of the r.th P. M., which estate is, however, subject to the following claims and estates, viz: The estate of O/.ias ltichardnon, as surviving husband of Mary ('. Hichardson, deceased, lieiug an equal one half thereof. 2d. The estates of Ella Rook and Maude Cooley, being one-third of the remain der thereof. :id. Two years'taxes on said lands, amounting to flan and interest. 4th. The,home stead estate of Mary J. Costlow. r.th. A mort gage on said lands, held by John Ogden, 011 which there is owing g'.tt'l. 12 and interest for one year, the time to redeem from whic 1110 will expire on February Hth, 1S!»T. Hids may made any time after the tirst publication of this notice and before the making of the sale. All bids or offers must le in writingund left at R. A. Murray's office with him in Madison, So. Dak., or liledwith the judge of the county court, at liis otlice'in the county court house, Ui the citjr of Madis 11 in said county or delivered to the tnider eigned jiersonally. llatedthis :joth day of Jauuaty, A. D- MAKY K. cnsTL(T\Vf Guardian of Frances K. t'6stlow, minor, Hale of Land. Th estate of South Dakota, Connty of Lake—M Noti in hcrfljy thiit in ITURKIIANCE of HI irlT mmlc liy tin- Hon Win. MHiruth, Jwlge of tlif countv court, in mifl for th** county of Lake »in! date of South Dakota, on tiie :»th day of Jununry, A. D. IKIC, in the matter of the eftuten of Herman, Lizzie, (ieorire and Murr.iy ltichard H.m, minora, the unilerfi^neil, the u'unrdian of the perwin anil eetntea of Bnid minor", will sell ut private fide to the hi^lie^t bidder, for cash, sub ject to confirmation by the jtul^e of naid county court, on or after the iitli day *f February, A 1^97, and prior to the Mth day of February, 1H97, HII the ritrht, title ami interest that the Mia wnrdn haw, by operation of law or otherwise and that of the Haiti wards have at the time of this sale in and to all that certain l-.t, piece, or parcel of land fituate, 1 v iu if and b«in(t in the county of Lake, and ftate of iSouth Dakota, de hcribedus follows, to wit: An undivided one sixth interest and estate in and to the east half of the northwest quarter of section 7, township 1*f, north of ran^e 51 weft of the &th I'.- M., which estate is, how ever, subjet to the following claims and estates, viz: The estate of Ozius Kichard son, aB surviving husband of Mary C. ltiehard son, deceased, beiliM iui e«jual oiie-hiijf thereof. 2d. The estates of Kiln Hook and Milude Cooley iH'injr one-third the remainder thereof. Sd. Two ears' taxes on said lunds amounting to $108 and interest. 4th. The homestead estate of Mary J. Costlow. Mb. A mortgage on said lands held by John Ogden, on which there Is owing fcWW 12 and redeem from trv aft first publication of this notice nnd tefore the making of the sale. All bids or offers mnst be in writing and left at R. A. Murray's ottlre with him in the city of Madison, 8o. Dak., or fllel with the judge of the county court, at hia oftlce in the county court house, in the city of Madiaon in said county or delivered to the undersigned per sonally. interest for one year, the time to which mortgage "will expire on February 14th, llids may le mode at any time after the Dated thto 80th day of Janunry, A. D. 1897. OfclAS II. R1CHAKD80W, Guardian of Herman, Lizzie, George and Murray Richardson, minora. JOHN RICHARDSON DEALER. IN OIL & GASOLINE. Leave /our order At HubtoH Bra. barn. 'A* -r *V i at The Oregon Deadlock. SALEM, Or., Jan. 30.—There is no material change in the legislative dead lock. The senate has adjourned until Monday, which will be the beginning of the fourth week of the session with out organization having been corn- Didn't Change Climate. dallied a Pound n Day. Bouth Ftockton, N. Y. »rr. M. M. KTSNKR, Fredonla. N. Y. Dear Sir:—I had leen suff«rln(j from Ab« aresaes on my Lunjis and L'»er Disease foit about thre« months. Coughed a peat deal, had become nervous and restless and my fiesli had wasted away. Had been treated by three different physicians without any ma« terlal benefit. They finally advised change of climate to avoid Consumption, and in Auprust la*t I had decided to oreak up my business here and «o\VeKt in search of health. At this time 1 was iuduced to try your Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic. Ouce fairly under Its Influence 1 gained flesh at the rate of a pound a day. After using 2 lottles of the Itemed/. I WM A well man and went about my which I have continued uiaMiopMII' tfetotiiue." Frauk Smith, Drugglit Why yes is money there in it present prices. Lake County Real Estate as good and better than the lands of Iowa and Illinois can be bought for half the price per acre. There is speculation in itfor the sale in vestment of money. Prices canrtot long remain at the pres ent standard. An immense increase in .rice must come at a very early day. [Do you want to make money by making investments in Lake County Lands Do you want to make money by making investments in Mad ison City Lots Homeseeker, do you want a cheap home in Ihe beet portion of South Dakota Thenjcall uoon or corres *ond with HAS. I KENNEDY The A trial order solicited* ADDRESS pji^w TWTWHT™iTr™1Mamn MADISON SOUTH DAKOTA. THE SIOUX CITY JOURNAL DAILY, SUNDAY AND WEEKLY.: A Staunch Republican Newspaper ably edited. Always enterprising and Progressive. 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