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DAILY LEADER WEDNESDAY' JANUARY 19. 1888. RKUM8 OF SLBSCKiFTlON liiiin, year B» mail, tt nioiilh# "-J*: By mail, 3 mouths dally, by carrier. p«r week lo TO ADVERTISER:*. THR DAILY LBAPKH MAKES a special feature of TurnishiL' nforni»tion concerning the advantages aud resources of the city of Madison and of the »Ute at large tntltling It to the patro'iago ofad emi^er* of every class. F. STAHL, PI I.-, lprietor but the latter was inexorab e and ed his designs. Ctruj bill has made a The lUwovory Vet VV. M. K*pine, editor Tiskilwii, 111 Chief," ki\k "We won't keep house without Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Coughs md ('olds. Ex The true inwar hiess of the Brookway hsld-up for continuation as register of fie Chamterlain laud otliee has tiuully come to light. It appears that Gravbill the present incumbent of the land oflice received the position on the recom mendation of Senator Kyle four years secretary of the meeting. ago. but for some reason Gray bill could I material progress was anticipated i not endorse Kyle for re-election to the i ,, i n accomplished. The general situation senate. Kyle drew hard upon Graybtlh, eo Kyle informed hiui wheu he went back Hon. H. L. Chapman of Ohio, who is to Washington he should have Gray bill! member of the committee for operators, removed from otlice. For a year past said: Kyie has beeu endeavoring to carry out "The situation is an extremely com his threat as a matter of spitework, but Plated one and will lequire thorough ... ii ii ...i. .v. The lodge immigration bill has fiually passed the senate. The bill in its re strictive features provides that all immi grants. physically capable and over 10 years of age. shall be able to read or write the English language or some other I agn, (tnd is the parent or gnindpareut of a qualified immigrant over 21 years of age and capable of supporting such a pareut or grand parent, may accompany the immigrant, or the parent or grand parents may be sent for and come to join Jor 1 the public lauds•comuimittee of which i. ,, tinue s( vera I days. Owing to the large Mr. Pettigrew is a member have thwart- thre^-fourths of the republicans in that confessed tnat he was the cause of th section of the s'ateare opp sed. trouble. it we have a certain and sure cure for Coughs Colds, Whooping Cough, elc., It is idle to experiment with other renie dies, even if they are urged on you as just a good as Dr. King's New Dis covery. They are not us good, because this remedy has a record of cures and besides is guaranteed. It never fails to satisfy. Trial bottles free fit C. Wood's drug store. rs. Mary Bird, Harrisburg, Pa., says, "My child is wertli millions to rn« yet 1 would have lost her by croup had not invested twenty-five cents in a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure.'' It cures coughs, colds and all throat and lung troubles. MINERS AND OPERATORS. Debate on the Question* at Issue Likely to li» Protracted. CHICAGO. Jan. 11).—Tho interstate joint convention of bituminous coal miners ami operators are now prepared to do business in a methodical manner. The stute delegations had I eon thor oughly organized and scale committees had been named. The miners made no attempt to conceal the fact that what they want is an advance throughout the field of 10 cents per ton. The oper ators are far from agreeing with tho operatives on this point and say a four cent advance is about what may be ex pected. The morning session was of only a half hour's duration. The scale committee went into secret conference immediately after recess was taken by the convention. A. L. Sweet of Illinois was elected chairman, and William Warner of Pennsylvania i by the committeemen and none was perimeijted with many others, but never i ning, banker and broker, is reported to got the true remedy until we used Dr. tlie police as missing, and with Lim are King New discovery. Norther remedy supposed to have gone diamonds, jew can take its place in our home, as in i FHANK SMITH. Caecarets stimulate livei, kidneys and bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. 10c. It is easy to catch a cold and ust as easy to get rid of it if you commence early to use One Minute Cough Cure. It cures coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneu monia and all throat and lung troubles. It is pleasant to take, safe to use and sure to cure. FRANK SMITH. iu tho coal trado WM discussed at length by both miners and operators. discussion, which will probably con- attend.lIK.0 at the tieemod good orticer aud they do not wish to disdussion of the wage scale in open countenance Kyle's efforts to put him session. Such proceeding would pre out as a matter of sjite-work and will cipitate endless discussion, and be en of liroeUway tirt,1y hold up the confirmation .... nnttee both suies will bo tree to express until (rravbill s term expires, about six i i their opinions, and I have no doubt weeks hence. 1 he committee, benator wheu languages but a person who is not able ing over the college. The senior to read or write, who is over 30 years of sophomore crowd gained the roof of the family of the child or grandchild freely. The officers fiually quieted the over "21 years of age, qualified uuder tl e During the struggle the $5,000 law and a wife or minor child not able to read or write may accompany or be sent for and come to join the husband or parent who is qualified. The act does I not apply to persons who come to the United States from the island of Cuba during the continuance of the present disorders there, who have heretofore been inhabitants of that inland. international bimetallism ami .get tae O. K. of Air. Kittr^Ve because he was rot an advocate of railroad in terests. HH has withdrawn in favor of another republican, Mr. Sheldon, who is opposed to the railroad wing of the re publican party and to which, he says, that there was Still a prospect of yet ac- Sensational Climax to a Sermon on "HII coniplishing something in that line. Satanic i»J^sty." W'loott, however, gave out that he him-! B°*-RBON, Ind., Jan. 19. Rev. Mr. of self would resign from thecommision if ^rch^Sunday continued, lie took occasion also to The Watertown Kampeskian has be come the property of Dr. Fmuerud of that city, a memoir of the state board of regeiita. The retiring editor was a CHTI didatH fur appointment to a position ic to tne floor and trampled upon in the the Watertown laud office but could not convention it was inexpedient to enter upon a fruitless. In the selected com mittee both sides will bo free to express rpaoh a gatisfactory and amicab I'ettigrew included, are all favorable to! which would be utterly impossi Mr. Brock way's confirmation when the ble in the open convention." proper time uouies, but until then will prevent Mr. Kyle's pretty scheme. That appears to be all there is to Mr. Brock way's "hold-up." and Mr. Broekwaj can afford to wait. i e agree- HAD A CLASS SCRAP. Undents of Franklin College Kngnff* tea Vigorous Fight. FRANKLIN, Ind., Jan. 19.—A class fight, which ended in a b'.oody riot, took place among the students -of Franklin college, tho Baptist institution of Indiana. The seniors and sopho mores on one side and the juniors and I freshmen on the other have been clash ing for some time and the crisis came the junior flag was seen float- the building and tore down the banner, precipitating an exciting struggle. Later another '99 flag was run up over the courthouse. It was torn down and a scrimmage ensued in the courthouse park, 100 students taking part. Heads were brokeu, faces cut and blood flowed telescope was badly damaged, trouble is expected. Senator Wolcott, chairman of the in ternational bi-mettallic commission, has made a speech in the senate reviewing unofficially the work of the commission abroad. There was not much new in the way of information other than the state- does not see its way to reopen the ques tneot that President McKinley was sin-1 tiou. cere and persistent in his desire and ef fort Further CANNOT REOPEN IT. Great Britain Again He fuses to Discuss the Sealing Question. LONDON, Jan. 19.—Great Britain has again declined to reopen the sealing question. It seems that her previous refusal gave as its reason that while negotirtions were pending between the United States and Canada, Great Brit i n could not reopen the matter. To uas the United States replied that no negotiations were pending and renewed the r» qu.st. But the foreign office send.s its regrets that the government THE DEVIL APPEARED. the flock of Bethel night took for his occasion also to them**, "His Satanic Majesty." Ho is severely roast Seoretnry Gage for his an eloquent man and he painted the gold standard standard teudeucies, s arch fiend in vivid colors. At the proposed bill find his perfidy to the in climax of the description a being, terestsof the IIIIIHS^K. dressed to represent a devil, with large bead and switching tail, ambled up the aisle, blowing smoke from its nostrils and bellowing, "I am tho devil and 1 want all of you." The audience became panic stricken. Men, women and children were hurled mad rUi»h for tho door. In the con- fusion the stove was and the building caught fire. Bet ore the horri fied members regained their senses the fire had made such headway that all attempts to save tho church in vain. George Akin, son of the pastor, has WAS CONFIDENTIAL CLERK. Edwa r«l A. Knight of liotton and About 1940,(100 Missing. BOSTON, Jan. l!t.—Edward A. KU.ght, confidential clerk for Dr. J. F. Can- fclry ,( whh pn,f.loU8 8toiir.s iU1(l ^,' ^Q in cash, the total value of the property being somewhere between 420,000 and 140,000. EVERYTHING- IS Situation la t||e Strike at Xew I ted ford Unchanged. NEW Belfohu, They Etc" pf I the Hanacre. BOMBAY, J»n. 19.—Messrs. Hickie and Prunty, who escaped the massacre of the British survey party, which was attacked by natives at Mekran on Jan. 12, have reached Ormara, on the Ara bian sea. BRIEF BITS OF NEWS. Secretary Alger is able to fit np and is said to be otherwise improved in con dition. The romaius of the late Judge John N. Scott, brother-in-law of ex-President Benjamin Harrison, were buried Mon day at Washington, Pa. The house committee on Indian af fairs has restored, the salaries of tho members of tho L)awes commission to $5,000, but refused to put the number of commissioners back from three five. RIKSDAG- IN SESSION. Swedish I arlininent Opened fejr Kilii Oscar in lirief Speech. STOCKHOLM, Jan. ID. —The riksdag, or parliament of Sweden, was opene I by King Oscar in a speech from the throne. His majesty expressed his pleas ure at the manifestations of Swedish attachment on the occasion of his jubi lee, and at the cordial relations existing with all the powers. The budget which was submitted provides for an additional grant 50,000 crowns to the allowance of the crown prince, Gustave, to replace a similar amount which the storthing, or parliament of Norway, deducted. The total est mated expenditure is 1514,000,000 crowns. THE NICARAGUA CANAL. Oonventlon in the Interest, of the Project Opens lit Kansas City. KANSAS CITY, Jan 19.—A convention having for its object the furthering -f the Nicaragua canal project convened here during the day. About 100 de.i gates, the appointees of governor-, mayors of cities and commercial IK-UM-S of the South and West, weie in attend ance. Tho feature of the day's pr» i il ings was an address on tho Nicaragua canal ty A. E. Stillwell, president":' the Pittsburg and Gulf road, at the conclusion of which Mr. Stillwell in v i e a e e e a e s o a k e a i Port Arthur at the expense of his rea 1. The request was accepted. Over •3,000.000 1Gold. SYDNEY, N. S. W\, Jan. 19.—The steamship Mariposa has sailed for S.M Francisco, via Auckland carrying 4jJ, O'JO sovereigns. TO ENTERTAIN DOLE. President of Hawaii to He the 43««st of the Nation While Here. WASHINGTON. Jan.. 19.—Arrant ments are making for the enterta n inent of President Dole of Hawaii on a scale befitting his rank as the cli 1 magistrate of a friendly nation. It li been derided that he shall le reganh- i as the nation's guest, and that our u v ernment shad bear the expense of IS entertainment while iu Wafhing n. The formal visit paid to President 1) e by General sdiafter, at San France was not by direction from Washing! P., but it is said the call was required by the army regulations althougn in in:: K ing it the general displayed a faculty remembrance that is well regarded i v the officials here, who had had no op portunity to nrovule for a reception. President McKiniey has decided to have the official tour of the Hawaii president begfli at Chicago, and at tuai point in his overland tour, he will i e met by tho representatives of the pre deut and of the United titates pv meu|. AugtiHtin C'osrtio Arrives. NEW Yi passengers on board the Warl line steamer Saratoga from Havana, was Augustin Cossio, father of Angelina Cossio y Cisueros. Cossio was released by General Blanco ou Sunday, Jan. 9. Gin is alcohol flavored with juniper berries, coriander, almond cake, an gelica root, licorice, cardamoms, cassia, cinnamon, grains of paradise and cay enne pepper. Other substances ar-- often used, together with alum, sulphate of zinc and acetate of lead. As a rule a man's hair turns gray five years sooner tlian a woman's. Wuuuaker Turned llricks. The early days of John Wunaiuaker were not easy by any means. Wh'-u only a lad of ~j "I»r. Penner'* UYSPEIISIA I'ISI-IV as the name implies, is simply for Dye nepsia or Indigestion. It should be su perior to the genera! run of preparations and prescriptions because prepared by a physician of many years' study and ex perience, ^UIET, Mass., Jan. 19.—Not one of the cloth mills of the city made any attempt to run. The experiences of Monday, espcr-i illy that of the in cipient riot in the evening at the Bris tol mill, showed popular feeling to ho so intense that it would be unwise to make any effort. Tho thousands of operatives are quiet, and eveiything seems to have setticd down to a waiting battle. Wood. 1 IK, Jan. lb.—Among the yi ars, he made bric ks, 1 r, rath er, assisted in making them, for ins busi ness was to turn them in the sun until they were evenly baked. For tin- labor he received 2 cents a day and son..-times chared 10 cents a week, but it must bo Ifemembered that then were many rainy days when tho force of youthful "work men" had to be laid off. John's fir^t real rise to fortune was iu the days when, as ofiice boy, he sav(d money enough to start in business for lamself. He worked as assistant in the ol'ice un til he had climbed up to $0 a \v. k, and then, seeing that he could get 110 more, he bought a little strjek of cheap furni ti^fo and started in to be a merchant.*— Pittsburg Dispatch. whose writings on medical questions are accepted as authorities. Jf not satisfied after using one bottle, your money will be refunded by Frank of Madison. Sack tin Arnlea Maivr. The Ties' S,alv« in the world ir Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rhei..-i, Fe i ver Sores, letter, Chapped Hands, Chil blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or rx pay re 'juired. It is guaranteed te ^ive perfect "atisfaction or money refunded. Prioe iT cents per box. For sale by 0. One Minute Coug Cureeuree quickly That's what you want! FRANK SMITH Don't Totacco Spit and Smoke Tour Life Away. If you want to quit tobacco using easily and forever, be made well, strong, magnetic, full of new life and vigor, take No-To-Bac, the wonder-worker, that makes weak men strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days Over 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bac of JC ), 6O0 our or druggist, under guarantee to cure, |1.00. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York* LAND and the demand for Good Society, 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Lake County farms AC Anrnnf ft Kkotrli n?i! rtc^r rii.ti.iri may qtllfkly jiM.-iTtam mr opinion fri't: wln llicr an Invention it |ir..h»lily r..iuiinitiir» tloiiK si rift ly •.11 tld,.litInl. II. 1 nil hook on 1'ntenU et'tif fri'ir. OMfst for nrnii.' 1'iiTcnta taken throin/li Muim ,V u. receive tuitui, without 1 1 1 in Scientific Jfmerican. A riandHomely Illustrated weekly. olr mnitiou of nny Ki ieiitillr Journal. 'I'eniiH »,'i S"M ''y"" MUNN & Co.36,Broad«a.New York Branch Office. C25 K St.. WII-m"-to",L». U Y' ARCHIBALD BUSINESS COLLEGE COR.SrtVFNS A'/r.VLAKL" ^T, MINfiT/^OI IS .++*. A/?' 'i'"iu/ f/.iAf f/ -. h7''I''"* 4/ Xr?/ft Tho 1 .est Noerls ro\\ 11 re Ffcy-y'h. 'J he HfiedsTov. o fire errv'H. TliO heslKecil* I'crry 8. It l\ Ask the dealer f«.r them. Nend for li n^^^CRRV'S SEED ANNUAL ^..1 U',HVH Where you can raise Wheat.( s. Barley, Corn, Flax, Potatoe in fact everything* ndi pted to this latitude, and Where you can successfully carry on Dairying & Stock Raising, Isthe Basis of All Wealt search of a Good Home in— a Good Climat and where your family will have the advantages of Good Schools, then come and see me, and I will show you just what you want. If you are renting land now, paying $3 to $5 per acre annual rental, I will show you just as good land and sell it to you at what you will pay out in rental, where you are, in three years, and will give you easy terms of payment. If you want a good location in Madison I have such for you. A large nuni' ber of substantial buildings have been built in Hadison the past sea* son[afid the city is steadily growing in population. Correspondence Solicited.^-^^^ Chas. B. Kennedy, MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. ^rand review and then iuietly inarche«i away to heirin life's fray anew. Hel.el shot and hIk'II, the dread miaoniaof the Boutlu rn Bwamp, sleepless nights and wearisoiiie d:iys had ilepj. ted their rankw until (tnly :i litind ftil remained. AHIOIIK the numlier AMI lloh inwui came hack the old homtt HI Mt. fcterliiif, I HH. that he had left at the call to amis four years previous lie went nway in tlie fir*t fiushof vi^orouH inanhood he caine l)a k a Kh.»Ht Iy, tl, |, I i I Famous ^^£3 FERRY'S 1 Seeds! Kood and^^^fl v—the latCKt a Lid the t*nt. M. FERRY k CO., DatroK, Mlcli. To-day he is an alert, Rctive man of fifty five years. His rheumatic pains have d'e parted, ami while there are traces „f his years of miffering in hia face he walks with !h«ttT,v,'rly h, ar,ng and is Increasing. If you Good Church Facilities, Soldier's the Democrat-Mmtmgr, Mi Ifrcrltng, JIL When Richmond ha«l fallen and the was wrought by Dr. Williams' Tiuk Pil^ coimnaiuierH had nu-t Kvn^ath tlie* historic 1'HU* Pcopli*. trei- at Ajiponittltox, the ,s.'Ul l'enn-' of the wolf that answered to J'resj,i,.„t Lincoln's call for" mure." Willi his return to tho old homcHtead there came to him the knowledge that war with him was only heirun that he must fight the battle with disease to the end of his days that the glare of n southern nun and the galling tire of a southern Holdiery Mercy as nothing compared to the onilauulit of an enemy that fought under cover and disre girded all the rulei of civilized warfare, heiatic rheurnatiHiii fa*tcn«l its fane* upon him. incapacitating him for manual lahur.'ind rendering him, much of the time, physicallv tt helpless its an infant. The years Wl1" eylviinia Volunti-erh, |rematurrlv a^'fil lai| troni tin-linn" l' in tuners and rnu's, l.roken in lni|y hut dauntless spirit, swun^ int line lor the last "Printry step of a oealthv young man. To the Democrat-Meuage reporter he talked If ly,.oh°Ut :r' arej f-Tr-nt nutlcror fymn troin the iirmy. At tiniis w:i I" double, and gui Hioiin.l w uli only tIn' t-'r" dillieully. Nothing seeine*! to five lii IH.X the 1-1 li day or .Inly, A. !».. IW'T. Jt 11 S (i. (i I'Nli.H puse(| hut his HiilI'eringH, with increasing a"e were increased rather than diminished, fie Bpent a small fortune for doctor'H medicine prnving for even teui|Hrnry relief, hut it did Hot come. a man »ve.ra«« education ami k»«wn in Hrown W iB !wl tL2iTKr-^-an' "^'Ptahle an the lmnri a"d Ml MM mm no qn*tl«»n MM an almoat niiwalMHMii I niunent relief until three years .'i'.'". attention was called to some d' the wji' cures ejected l»y l»r. Williams' l'illk I'ale I't ople at'd I made up mv ,1 them. I iiati not taken more tlmn i when noticed an improvement condition, JO.-K three IM.XCS of I'"' mid at the end ot that time was in dilion than at any li since the cl army service. Since then i have i" Ixiiher with rheumatism. "r* Will IIII rneiiinaiisiii. I'ink 1'ills |,.r I'ale |'. .,p|e is the only ny that ever did me any L'ood, and to tin my restoration to health. ,.x AKA S. Itol'l^ Sulvscrilied and sworn to hclore 1U ,/ltxtifi' (f th ,[ Medical evidence is added iu the I'1 physician's cert ificate: Medical evidence is added in physician's certificate: .. I'his in to certify that I have tin* lunin. Asa Itohinson am! find a hcaiihy physical condition and f"1 rheumatism. .. iv llKNHY M. Co\VI N, A•M- Sulwerihed and sworn to before lfith day of July, lh!»7. It. K. VAM-KVI NT'1 /jt Comity ,/mlyr, Hrown ('«'["•,' All I he elements nricssarv to J'V'*,i\|tti an«l richnesH to the Idocd ami reN*«r' ,nt nerven are containetl, in a eondensci I»r. Williams' I'ink I'illft for |, They are nn unfailing specific for J" t( |, CMCH UH locomotor ataxia, pnrtiHj St. Vitun' dance, Rciaticn, neurnlg"1 tism, nervous headache, the nfler el"'' grippe, paliiitation of the heart, p"'1'JJ k low com pi ex ion*, all form* ^Tiiij either in male or female. rr. a Pink IMIU art «old by all dealers, or wnt pout paid on receipt of prjc'i l»ox,or aiz boze« for 2.80 (thf7 i •old in bulk or by Ui« 100). by •ddf*"*'. WUUMM'IkdMitOt.,BAWW17'