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of all kiixls. Fine GliOCEIMES for use or t:ike li n: what vol want. THE DAILY LEADER SATURDAY, .JUNK '2*. 1M»7. TEliMS OF sl'BfrHHTION !•••., 1 y+»r B» fiiail, 6 mor.t l.e Br mail, S montlii iil, carrier, per week Gov. Lee it is said will appoint W. liruce, of Yankton, state surveyor in place of Byron K. Lovejoy, of Red field. The fippoiutment wjll be tnade within a few days. The northwestern Black Hills district was visited by terrific hail storms the Iti and 24, swelling the streams and doing much damage. One life has been lost, KJ. A. \Vebster, a young man, living on a dry fork of Uedwater Creek, across the line in Wyoming, was swept away with i.is house and drowned. His body has been brought into the ililis. A reservoir near the to.vn of Belle, ourche gave away, and the body of water that was let looae did great dam age to rtt-veral troops of I'm ted States cavalry camptd ist below the dam. let)Is and equipments vrere washed away promiscuously, some of the soldiera jet ting jUt with difficulty. I: the Spear fish valley and on Centennial prairie the hail destroyed every vestige of wgetu tion in itw path. The had streak war- tu miles wide. Drifts of icy pellets three and four feet „!c*«p were foiinl this morning afier ihe dtorin. The fruit crop has beeu ruined all over the northern llili-v l'he South Dakotn Retailers' association is making a big effort to secure a large attendance at its tirst meeting, July 7, at Redtield. It is to be hoped they will have it. The object of the meeting is to devise plans to protect the retailers of the state from the inroads made on local business houses by the peddler, the fake auction, the catalogue house and the department store. These are skimming the trade to a large extent, much in tht same way that the wholesale houses in furnishing the local merchants with a cheap class of bill-heads, letter hejids, envelopes, etc., for nothing in con nection with their other trade, have de stroyed in large measure and robbed the local printer of his legitimate job work. And right in this same line we have re cent examples in Madison of advertising fakirs—the directory man, the bird's-eje view man, and others—who have come here to destroy the legitimate trade of the local publisher at the expense of the merchants, and have succeeded well. When the retailers meet they can look at this from both tides—where they are hurt themselves and where they hurt others—and inaugurate a reform thut will be a blessing to the whole com munity. We hope the retailers at their convention in Redtield will be successful •fr ... a.un ... 1.60 .. .15 To UVEKTlfK«»S. 1'iik Luili I.kaokm make? a §pecial feature of fauii'hir nfirin«tion concerning the advantages and re«otirce«i of the city of Madison and of the tut-- nt iaivw :/.itlina it to t!ie patro\a»f ofad 1 '-v-tr* i.t fw-r) la** :.f STABUVIjprietor Pierre di^pntt h/ij: v tiuiuher of tire companies are t-endwc n. requests to the state insurance department asking what turns will be due tlie different compan ies from th»» state tux. In this they are rather early, MH the amounts will he made up after the new commissioner takes up the work, and5 cut 11 not be learned for several weeks yet. Sioux Falls Prt-ss.'Jo A few days ago Porter Peck wrote to Senator Pettigrew in regard to having South Dakota but ter shiped to some of our fureigu consuls in order to have it introduced into the old country, aud aUo asked to have the secretary of agriculture »ndeavor to tlod a market for it. The senator re plied to Mr. Peck as follows. "I will call upon the secretary of agriculture and see what can be done about samples of American butter, as was suggested in your letter, and I will notify you of the result as soon as I ascertain it.'' & UNCLI-WI rxPATlATLT-Ofl- IIWlMtAft fU3l5I£ft$T°*LL'fiATiurij] tcwis e*sr»H 11 \\r i i i dozen- iol U tlll.S Wei k. A1 8H 111 SHIRT WAISTS, HOSIERY DRY t!00DS CROCKERY. GLASS WAKE, CHINA and •erybody. If you are in wart of find look us o\er vm MORSE & MUNRO. of barg-m* anything will find in devising menus that will put nil end to this entire faking and cutting of the local merchant and business man. The retailers have our sympathy in their effort. A larye delegation of prominent resi dents of the Ulack Hills and C. Boyd Barrett. Aberdeen, Henry Schetzel, Alcester, Will Colvm, Pierre, and C. Freeman, Elk Point, have been appoint ed bv Gov. Lee to attend the gold miner's convention at Deuver, Colo. Dr. KIIIIC'M SF* UlNPOvery For 4'or*(. mptioti. This is the best medicine in the world for all forms of Coughs and Colds aud lov Consumption. Every bottle is guar anteed. It will cure and not disappoint. It has no «*qual for Whooping Cough, Autlimit, Hay fever, Pneumonia, Broi chit is. La (Irippe. Cold in the Head and for Consumption. It is pleasant to take and, ab ve all, a sure cure. It is alwa\s well to take Dr. King's New Life Pills in •connection with Dr. King's New Dis coverv. as they regulate and tone the stomach and bowels. We guarantee perfect satisfaction or return money Free trial bottles at C. H. Wood's drug store. Regular size ."0 cents and Not only piles of the very worst kind can be cured by De\Vitt's Witch Hazel Salve, but eczema, scalds, burns, bruises, boils, ulcers and all other skin troubles can be instantly relieved by the same remedy. PHANK SMITH TO SE'lTLK DIFFERENCES. Caucus of llepuhllcan Senators on the Tariff Mill. WASHINGTON, June 2o.—A caucus of Republican senators has been called to consider as many of the matters in the tariff bill that have been passed over as can be taken up. The question liable to excite most attention is the form of reciprocity provision which the senate hall place in the bill. The general opinion oil the Republican side is favor able to a declaration for reciprocity and of providing means for putting it into effect, the only difference likely to ari.-t being over the form. The caucus also will probably take up the anti-trust amendment, providing the Republican members of the committee on judiciary are ready to report. Another question which is skited for consideration is the duty on tea YALE FRESHMEN WIS. Defeat Harvard ami Cornell in Kscord lireakiiiK Tiui». PouoiiKEEi'siK, N. Y., June 2.1.— Three crews of freshmen on the Hudson smashed to smithereens all previous records for freshmen on a 2-mile course and put up one of the hottest collegiate races ever witnessed iu this country A crew of sturdy Yale freshmen rowed the 2-mile course iu i» mill., S'1., sees, a trifle lighter crew of "Harvard fresh men fought them every inch of the way and finished a trifle over two lengths behind them in and the Cornell freshmen, whose college record is that none of its freshmen crews has ever been beaten before, finished a length behind Harvard in 9:2Mla» The best previous record for 8 miles was i»:41, made by the Columbia fresh men crew of '1*4 at New London in ls'Jl One of Verkea IMHIIN Matured. CHICAGO, June 25.—The Times Her aid says: The long cherished plan of Charles T. Yerkes, the street railway magnate, to manufacture all machinery needed by street railroads in Chicago, New Yorli, Philadelphia and Pittsburg, lias at last been realized. The Siemens Halke Electric company, with ita big factoiy in Chicago is now being consoli dated with the Pennsylvania Iron works of Philadelphia. With a combined cap ital of ?:5,250,000 the two companies will manufacture street railway machinery for the four big cities. It ":VS' in rulUPIiiUKt. SAN FRANCISCO, June 25.—According to advice?, received ier the steamer Glenshiel, under date of May 17, the war in the Philippines is practically at an end, as only three outlying distiicts remain to be conquered by the Spanish troops. Don't neglect a oough becau e the weather is pleasant before the next storm rolls arouud it may dttvelop into a serious difficulty beyond repair. One Minute Cough Cure is eany to take aod will do what its name implies. FBANK SMITH. PLANTING OF FRY li Commission's Work the Ytar Has Been Enormous. Protection for Alaska Salmon Necessary to Prevent Their Exhaustion. WASHINGTON, June 25. -The work of the United States lisli commission dur ing the past season has been enormous. Over HXJ,lXKJ,(XHt cod fry hatched at Gloucester and Wood's Hole have been planted at the fisheries on the New England coast and 2X),(XX),000 shad col lected in the Potomac, Susquehanna and Delaware rivers were distributed ilong the Atlantic coast from Massa chusetts to Florida. About 100,0W,000 lobster have been taken at Rockland, Me., and New London, Conn. These are being liberated by several vessels en gaged in the work. It is expected that 50,000,000 more will be collected before the end of the season. Mackerel work is now in progress at Wood's Hole, Gloucester and Casco bay, Me. From the hatcheries on the Great Lakes, devoted exclusively to whit.1 fish and lake trout, 125,000,000 whito fish fry and 17,0»0,000 lake trout fry have IH'CII hatched and planted. The hatcheries at (^uincy, Ills Ne osha, Mo., Manchester, la., Leadville, Colo., and San Marcos, Tex., have col lected and distributed 3,000,000 trout aud about 100,000 bass. New stations will be established under the recent ap propriation bill, at Black Hills, S. D.: in New Hampshire and at Irwin, Trim., and auxiliary stations are in contempla tion on the Clackumass, Rogue and Sal mon rivers in Oregon, on Puget sound and the Little White Salmon riv-r in Washington, and on the McCloud, Battle Creek and Trinity, in California. The work of planting Pacific Salmon, which last year reached an aggregate of 37,000,000 will be continued next fall. Over 90 per'cent of the work of the commission is devoted to commercial fish, embracing the cod, shad, whitefish, pollock, mackerel, tawtog, soup, sea bass, lake trout, salmon, steel head trout and lobsters. Alaska halmou Flsherle*. The United States fish commission vessel Albatross, which has in past years engaged in patrolling Behring sea and the investigation of the seal rookeries, will this year do legitimate fish com mission work. It will be well equipped and will go to Southeastern Alaska to investigate the conditions of the salmon streams. Vast quantities of salmon are being taken from those streams by the fishermen, and unless adequate legisla tion for the protection of these fisheries is soon enacted, they will be exhausted. Last year over 1,000,000 pounds of sal mon were taken from these streams. The proceeds from the Alaska salmon catch alone every three years aggregate in value the amount paid for that terri tory by the United States to the Rus sian government. Alaska has, it is said, paid for herself many times over from the proceeds of the seal fisheries. Be tween 150,001),000 and 200,000,000 pounds of salmon are annually taken for food purposes on the Pacific coast. Kailrood Starts a Hatchery. SAN FRANCISCO, June 25. -The San Francisco and North Pacific railroad has established a hatchery for trout in Gib son canon, near Ukiah. The hatchery has a caiacity for several million eggs. This is said to be the first instance of a railroad resorting to this method of increasing their travel. HAD ONE SQUARE MEAL. PrincffM of Waleii' Dinner to Ocninu of the Hlum* a Success. JiONDuN, June 25. —The Princess of Wales' jubilee dinners were very suc cessful. About :},000 denizens of the slums were sumptuously entertained at the various centers. The Princess, ac companied by the Prince of Wales, Princes^ Victoria of Wales, Prince and l*rin-ess Charles of Denmark, visited the principal halls where the feasts were given. The Princess and her party re ceived an ovation everywhere. Another Failure at Mankato. MANKATO, Minn., June 25.—Another disastrous failure has been precipitated in Mankato, the large department store of Lougini & Thoms, known as "Glass BltK-k," having been closed. Liabili ties are estimated at near $70,000, with assets of from £120,000 to $130,000. Most of the creditors are supposed to be Chicago parties, but little of their paper being held by Mankato banks. Plague of Caterpillars. SHIELDSVILLE, Minn., June 25.—The country about here is suffering from a plague of caterpillars. They have caused great havoc to trees for miles about Shieldsville, and thousands, of acres of forest trees are almost complete ly denuded of foliage, so that many of the trees will undoubtedly die, they be ing as lare as in winter. Kleetlua Indictments. DENVER, June 25.—The special grana jury appointed to investigate the rob bery of ballot boxes and other frauds coinmitteed at the late city election, has returned Hh indictments against 19 election officers for violation of the election laws. The names of the in dicted have not yet been made public. Itejected Mr. Jones' Motion. WASHINGTON, June 25.—By 27 to 18, the senate rejected Mr. Jones' motion to suspend the operation of the wool 1 duties for one year. ?AV,SED for Cod, Sharl, Salmon and Other Varieties by the Hundred Millions. Mendota pier, four miles from the city. The alumni banquet was a_great suc cess, covers lieing laid for 200. The board of regents elected John Johnston president aud Judge G. H. Noves vice president. Both are Mil waukee men. The retiring president, \V. H. Bartlctt of Eau Claire, served six years. ONE (.HEAT EFF0HT Cubans Trying to Get in Shape For an Ajrjrressive Cam paign. NEW YORK, June 25.—A meeting oi prominent Cubans, presided over by Delegate Thomas Estrada Palma, was held at the Astor House and was largely attended by planters, merchants and others having property or intere?ts in Cuba. The meeting,which was private, had for its .object the agreement upon a plan for raising within a short time the necessary fands to carry on a deeid* dlv vigorous campaign against the Spanish government in Cuba next winter, in case the absolute independence of the island is not by that time established. The plan in short is to make one great effort to anticipate one year's supplies, so that the Cuban army may undertake an aggressive policy instead of follow ing the present tactics, which a lack of sufficient supplies compels it to observe SERIOUS RIOT IN SPAIN. Eight T1iou*hii.1 l'er*onn McKinley Denies the Interview. "WASHINGTON, June 25.—The alleged interview with President McKinley, published in the London Daily Graphic and cabled back to this country, is de nied on the authority of Mr. McKinley. The president had no such interview and says it is a pure fabrication. Firemen of South Dakota. MADISON, S. D., June 25.—Volunteer firemen from all over the state art,' here at the annual tournament. Over 500 firemen were in the parade, which was the largest in the hibtory of the a&aocia tion. W. B. Johnson, Newark, O.. P»P, "One Minute Cough Cure saved my or.ly child from dying by croup." It I.HS saved thousands of others suffering from croup, pneumonia, bronc hitis and other serious throat and lung troubles. r- A PANIC. M»1 laon Yoang IVnple Caught la ft Worm on Lake Memlota. MADISON, Wis., June 25.—A terrific wind storm accompanying a heavy rain fall caught a small steamer loaded with the flower of the young society people of Madison and the university in the middle of Lake Mendota, causing a panic on the boat and great distress among the young people's parents on the shore. The occasion was a boat ride given by Senator and Mrs. R. M. i Bashford. After plunging around in a high sea for over an hour, the boat was finally able to make a landing at the jU- Engage in a Con flict With Troop*. MADRID,June 2 .—Serious rioting has taken place at *Mi»-rcs, in the Oevidea province, which was supposed to be due to the increased taxes on food. There was heavy fighting between *,000 miners and the Spanish trcops, consist ing of the civil guard* and the prince's regiment. Two rioters were killed and five severely and many slightly wounded. Two soldiers were killed and several wounded. WILL SAIL JULY 10. Peary's Present Trip Only One of Prepara tion. NEW YORK, June 25.—Lieutenant Peary, the Arctic explorer, has started for Boston. He will sail from Boston on July 10 for the north. "This present trip," he said, "is sim ply preliminary to next year's Arctic exploration, which may continue three, four or five years, with the intention of reaching the pole if possible. I am go ing now to get together an Esquimaux village. It is my intention to establish a colony of 10 young Esquimaux with their wives at the furthi-st possible northern point. They will be told to have their dogs and sledges ready when I call for them next year. This will give me a start without any waiting." FRANK SMITH CascaretH stimulate liver, kidneys and bo vels. Never sicken, weakeu or gripe. 10c. "Thev are dandies" said Thop. Bo.rers, of the Crocket, Texap, Enterprise, while writing about De\^itts L'ttle Earl) Hisers, the famous little ptils for sick headache and disorders of the utomach and liver. FRANK SMITH. T»on't Tobacco Spit and baoze lour If vou want to quit tobacco USIM? ea.-ir and forever, beiiiaue well, strung, m.icnc. lull of nt-w lite and viiror, taKO Ne-T -Bic the \vond»T-\vorker, that ikes \veui tr.ei, siron^r. Many train ten pernios in ten days Over •ifto.wio cured. H'VV No To-Bae of your ifruegist. under guarantee to cure, 50c or #1.( (». Booklet and sample mniUM free. Ail. Sterling lienieuyCo.,Cn:5ai:« or New York. ^roYmViMYi 30 Dis?s^ C°OD EFFECTS f.Q.V AT C'JRE 13 QUICK AND W Eh c/a Ttlc: 1ZTTALIZEF- CJLTON'S csncf.l or spcctal debility^ wckcl^. r.-'ss. spcrr-.atcrhcca, emissions, inipotenc -, turtA i, Orrccts functional disoruer.. ousc y errors cr excesses, qui.kly resti :v Lost V. nr.hood in c'.d or young, giving vigor *i.J ttrenjfth where former wreMcness prev.:t!e J. Cr- wtnirr.t i U.'-e, simple, effectual, and IcjUiKii:.-. THOROUGH. fir n't te drctivid by imitations: HW I CATON'S Vitalixer®. Sent sealed li your viru cist 1 *S T1 tMve it. Trice $1 per pkpe, tor *. with written guarantee of complete car I ,1 irmae.on, rcierences, etc., free and conhaentnl. Send ue statement ol case and 28 cts. lor ween treatment. ()nc only sent to each person. CATON MKO. CO.. SOiTONi MAS*. ror|»»le »y nt.tftH SMITH. COOK & ODEE have a choice line of & needed by Firemen at their elegant -•DRUG STORE.*- Convenient to Motor line O-ive us a 4 Call. COOK & ODEE. ijgjliilltiii oi:iliiii!:lil!l!l!i. V!5,"iiili.iiiiliiiliilillmiliii ""!.!!"""'V Tl'iiiyi J. A. JOHNSON Can give you asGwide a choice of Ladies Boots and Shoes HOSIERY, FEINTS, GINGHAMS, and other DKESS GOODS as any store In Men's Wear Z/a ill is new and cf the 1 est make and latest styles. an immense stock at lowest prices. LOOK OVER OUR STOCK BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE. II C/2 o £3 P) Your Grocer Will Give You OR—A Spool THEY ALL WANT IT Because it is something extra. It draws the crowd oecause it is made for the crowd. It has to be unusually good to everybody—but it suits. Its name is CHOCOLATE CREAM SODA. It is North Pole weather mixed with flavors from the troj'ics just the temperature and taste everybody wants 011 a hot day. A new drink but an old price—5 cents. 20 yards of the best sew ing silk with every small ^ize cake White Cloud Floating Soap. The cost of this spoon and spool of silk comes out of MADE ONLY BY ©#•. JT. #«r*w«r. 0, the West. Hi* stoel also Hats, Caps, Bootfr & Shoes, Overalls and ^Underclothes, he has J. A. JOHNSON. S. R. Montague & Co. White Cloud Floating Soap containing our pocket entirely—it's one of our ways of advertis ing. We want you to get acquainted with the whitest floating soap on the market. If your grocer can not supply you, send us his address. JAS. S. FAtUlEK k FAKMEI'. ATTORHEYS CPUKSELORS iT UW Office in Syndicate block THE LARGEST SOAP MANUFACTURERS IN THE WORLD. ESTABLISHED 18». J. Knrm 11 suit This Silver-Plated TUSPOOI with every large size cake of Made by the MONOTUCK SILK CO. KIRK & Co., CHICAGO. DP. P. N. PALMER, DENTAL SURGEON Ortioe over CittA«nj Katiocal^Jun. DI»0', SOUTH DAKOTA.