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&F*»' ft 5 W' '-}'t '$• 7 r' I i il The i v daily By wan, year Bv mail, 6 months Br mall, 8 months O.tlly, by carrier, per week Lfader SATURDAY JANUARY 22. 1818. TBKM8 OP SUBSCRIPTION 9.00 1.60 .16 TO APVKRFTSTM TKB DAILY LBADIB makes a special feature of furulehio information concerning the advantages and resources of the city ot Madison and of the •t^le at large entitling It to the patronago of ad evrttsers of every class.) Senator Vest called up the Stanley Matthews resolution introduced by Sen ator Teller in the senate and forced its consideration by a vote of -41 to 25. This looks as if there was some honest silver sentimeut in the senate. But Mr. Vest succeeded in doing more than this with the resolution. He also forced the displacement of the important census bill and had the resolution nlaced tiret on the calendar as unfinished busiue^s. He said he did not desire to open the whole Held of silver discussion. The resolution had beeu passed twenty jears ago by a vote of 2 to 1 iu the senate and an overwhelming majority in the house. If it was good financial doctrine theu it is now. It provided for the payment theu and now of all United States obli gations in either silver or gold. The necessity for its reeuactnient now had been forced upon congress by the course of the present administration which by its endorsement of the Gage bill was trying to fasten the gold standard upon the country. "It will be recalled," said the senator, "that the present president of the Uuited States was then a member of the house and voted for this resolu tion." The thirtieth annual convention of the National-American Suffrage associa tion will meet in the Columbia theater, Washington. D. C., February 14 to 19. The program will cover quite fully the progress of women in different lines during the past fifty year:*. Among tfie i prominent women who will read papers I are Frances S. Mosherof Michigan. Rev. Antoinette B. Blackwell of New Jersey. Mary Wright Sewell of Indiana, Belle Kearney of Mississippi, Millie D. Blake of New York, an Rev. Florence Buck of Ohio. Speaker lWil hdJ Con^resHman Bailey of Texas had the ioettible pleasure of calling each other liars in open Be&siou the other day. Under the heat of the occasion they each probably meant what they said and were probably both wrong. That New York Journal desertion of Bryan so freely heralded by all republi can newspapers proved a fake, pure and simple. The Journal says it will sup port Bryan if again uoruinated. The St. Edwards academy of Dead wood has been traneformei into a hos pital to be knuwn as St. Josephs, in charge of Sister Magdalene of Omaha and four Benedictine Sifter*. There will be no change of agent at Pine Ridge this year, Maj. Clapp giving eminent satisfaction. The position car ries with it a year and there were a great many applicants who are griev ously disappointed at this announoe meiit of the department. Congresstn-in Champ Clark of Mis souri holds the championship of the country for an artistic nnd forcible ex coriating of the present administration for its cowardly attitude in Cuban af fairs. •Himtrti) of the Mmr. Aug. .1. g*i, itie leading druggist of Shrevep ri. La.. siys: "Dr. King'* New Discovery is iho only .hing ttiat cures my ugf., and it is the le6t teller 1 have." J. F. Canipbeil, merchant of Satford. Ariz, writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery is* ail that is claimed for it it nevt-r fail-", .md is a sure cure for coneurijpt ion, coughs and o.ils, I can-' not pa) enough for its merilc." Dr, King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs ai.d Colds is not an expeiirnent. It has been tried for a quarter of a centuan, and today siarid9at thejhead. It never disappoints. Free trial bottles at C. M. Wood's drugstore. Regular s ze .~jQ cents and "Mr. Veaupr'M ly«pepMia Ctrf," as the name implies, is sirnp'y for Dys pepsia or Indigestion. It. should he su perior to the genera! run 4 preparations and prescriptions because prepared by a physician of many years' study and ex perience, whose writings on medical questions are accepted as authorities. If not satisfied after using one bottle, your money will be refunded by Fraok Smith of Madison. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve Cures Piles, Scalds, liurns. BMzunl In orada. COLORADO SI'NIXOS, Jan. 22.—A bliz zard is sweeping over this portion of the state. It is very cold hero and a high wind is piling the, fine snow in i great drifts. The storm is very severe in tho Cripple Creek mining district' and the wagon toads are impassable. J-'OIIIKI M«-rry Guilty. CHICAGO, Jan. *2.—In the case of Chris Merry, caarged with wife mur der, tho jsry returned a verdict linding him guilty. Smith, his alleged accom plice, was found not guilty. Thu jury Wilt out all night. Locomotive* for England. SCHENECTADY, N. Y., Jan. 22.—The Central Underground railway of Lon don, Eng., has placed with the General Electric company of thi9 city an order for 82 7 i electric locomotives. VOTE THURSDAY There Will Be No Protracted Debate on the Silver Question in the Senate. Agreement J. P. 8TAHL. Proprietor Quickly Reached to Take a Vote on the Teller Resolution. House Considers Senate Amend ments to the Urgent De- Bill. licieucy WASHINGTON, Jan. 22.—After a little routine business, Seuator Lodge (Mass.) somewhat to the surprise of the people in the galleries, who were expecting a discussion of the Teller resolution, moved that the senate go into executive session. "Before tho motion is put. Mr. Pres ident," said Mr. Vest (Mo.), "I desire to make a brief statement. I gave notice that the resolution reported by the finance committee would be further considered, but several senators opposed to the resolution have said to me that their personal convenience requires that the resolution shall not be pressed at this time. They have suggested to me that we permit the resolution to go over uutil next Tuesday, and that it be taken up at the conclusion of the morn ing business on that day for discussion, and that a vote upon it, and upon any amendments that may be offered there to, be taken at 4 o'clock next Wednes day. I wish to say that this arrange ment is agreeable to me, and so far as I know, to my colleagues on this side of the chmaber." Mr. Stewart (Nev.) said he would like to make some remarks on thepend* ing resolution. Mr. Turpie Ind.) proposed that in stead of taking the final vote on Wednesday, it be taken on Thursday before adjournment, and this proposi tion was agreed to. M. Perkins (Cal.) announced that at the conclusion of the morning business on Monday, he would call up the pen* sion appropriation bill. Upon Mr. Lodge's motion the senate then, at 1:05 p. m.t went into executive session. In executive session the Hawaiian treaty was laid aside in order to con sider the McKenna nomination. Sena* tor Allen continued his remarks in op position, basing his argument upon the allegations of unfituess for the position. Tta« HOUM Qalata Down. WASHINGTON, Jan. 22.—The stormy scenes of the last few days in the house were followed by comparative quiet. Under the rules this was private bill day, but Mr. Cannon, chairman of the committee on appropriations antagon ized it with a motion for the considera tion of the senate amendments to the urgent deficiency appropriation bill. His motion was carried, 125 to iil. The house voted to concur in the sen ate amendment to the urgent de ficiency bill, striking out the provision requiring the depositors of bullion tc pay the cost of transportation to the mints. BOUIIC Patter! the I«cey Bill. WASHINGTON, Jan. 22.—The house passed the Lacey bill to extend the pub lic land laws to Alaska, and grant a general right of way to railroads. POLICY UNCHANGED. President Still Relieves Autonomy ShovlJ lie Given a Chance. w ASHINGTON, Jan. 22.—Members oi congress, who by reason of their posi tion have reason to be accurately in formed on the policy of the administra tion as to Cuba, say that this policy is in substance as follows: At the present moment it is felt that the same material conditions prevail that existed when the president sent his last message to congress. At that time it was stated that the plan of au tonomy having been inaugurated it was the purpose of the executive branch to give proper time for this plan to be tried. The administration is said to entertain the same sentiments today. The autonomous plan was inaugurated only three weeks ago, namely, on Jan. 1, when the Autoimmune CsbllMt T*ok Office, so that it is felt that there has not been adequate time up to the present mo ment to form any fair judgment as to the merits of the plan as a means of ameliorating the conditions of the island. The recent occurrences at Havana are looked upon as affording evidence of discontent with the plan, but whether this will be sufficient to overcome the plan itself is not looked upon as established with any degree of certainty or even approximateness. In the meantime, while closely observing the progress of tho autonomous plan, the administration has adopted every |£6cautiofe to guard ugaiist any sud den emergency, such as an uprising that will threaten American interests. Ask Information About the Ktiiz Case. WASHINGTON, Jan. 22.—The house committee on foreign affairs lias agreed to make a favorable report on the reso lution of Representative Williams of Mississippi, asking the state depart ment tor information on the liu.z case. Anti-Cartoon Hill Again. ALBANY, Jan. 22.—Senator Ellsworth has introduced a bill which combines the features of his anti-cartoon biil of the last session with provisions of wider fccope toucning the responsibili ties of newspaper publisher* and ed itors. Cqrona For *4i» North. SEATTLE, W ., 4,m. 22.—Steamer Corona has saii.« !for Dyea and Skag nay, Alaska, with a full passenger list, and every inch her freight space filled. W. C. T. U. COLUMN. A recent number of the Chicago Record gives an account of the death of a little boy, caused by a drink ot whisky giveu him by his father H» joke just to see how it would effect the ihild. Soon after swallowing the poisonous draught tne little one said to hie mother, "See mammal's junk." In a short time con vulsions attacked the tender frame, aud after a few hours of iuteuse suffering the poor little fellow fell asleep,, never more to wake in this world where he use of intoxicatiug drink causes ao much misery. In the same city another boy ^ras re ported ling at the point of death from the effects of intoxicants, given by boarder in the abseuce at the mother. V It is said that two hundred kegs of beer from Portlaud, Oregon, were i t ceutly emptied luto the liouolulu harbor by the custom authorities. There being no sale for it, uobody would pay the duty. V The following dispatch «M IMM out from Princeton, N. J., on December "From within the uuiversity, instead of from without, the famous Princeton Inn has bewu dealt, at last, a blow that may prove fatal, l'he luterpretatiou of a resolution adopted by the board of trus tees on Weduesday, of last week, an 1 DO v made public for the first time, is ibat Dr. Patton, with his colleagues, are determined to purge Priucetou uf taint of intemperance as atfeoting it under graduates even though the re nowned grill room be destroyed forever, with all its wealth of association." Later news is to the effect that the now famous grill room has b*en actually closed, tl.e owners having given orders to that efTert on January 1. I he resolution passed ti\ the faculty forbade students to frequent any place where liquor was sold or to bring or have it brought to their rooms. As the bar of the inn existed on the pat rouage of college boys this action practi cally killed it.—Union Signal. V The use of wine, or abstiuenoe from it. is no longer a private, but n social mat ter. All men are now divided—whether they will or not—into two camps. Some fight against the use of this worthier poison, both by word aud deed, abstain ing from it themselvee, i.nd uot enter taming tbeir friends with it others aup port by precept, aud still more forcibly by example, the use of this poison Whoever thou mayest be, thou rare! no longer remaiu between two camp* thou must inevitabiy choose one or two courses— either to resist drunkennete or support it—to serve I tod or mammon. Count Tol6toi. Prosperity comew quickest to the man whose liver is in good conditi n. le Witt's Little Early Risers are fam» :s little pills for constipation, biliously, indigestion and all stomach and liv^r troubles. FKANK SMITH ttirkllD a Arnica Halve. The Hest Salve in the world f-»r Ci:?s, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheu.i. l-'e ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, aud positively cures Piles, or no pay re quired. it is guaranteed te give perft«ot satisfaction or money refunded. Prieb 2" cents per ixr. For sale by C. Wood. Don't Tobacco Bpit sad 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-ii tc, the wonder-worker, that makes weak n:en strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten ivs. Over 400,xx)cured. Buy No-To-Rac of your drupgist, under guarantee to cure, 5o• or 1 00. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicaeo or New York. Mrs. Mary Bird, Harriwburg, Pa., Ktys "My child is werth millions to me y.'t 1 would have lost her by croup had I not invested twenty-five i ent« in a bottl- of One Minute Cough Cure.'" It c.res coughs, colds aud ali throat and iung trouble*. FRANK SMITH. Cascarets stimulate livei, kidneys and bowels. Never sicken, weaken or grip* lOo. Order for Hearing Petition for Order to h»-li Ketiit^*. Mate of South Duknt.'i, f'onntr of Lake *g In County Court. In th»* mntter of the eetat*»of Hrifl^'ft li'»tr.in. !ccfH.-*(|. (rd«T for li»'nrinj p«j titinn for opi»T ti» .—II r»*fil «-^titi\ It uii|M"iriDg to fnid ourt frrun the |»-titi'»n «f John \Vii'lij.-nf a'liiiiiii-trator of -nid fhtiit", fil'-d on tho 21 ft iJny of Jniiuiirv, Win, that it in n'cH? iry th: the u holt- tin- r*ul eftnt»* l»'loni:nii.' to nail rtnte i»F HOI«I for tliM IIMRPOPT' of juiyinc th»* HHIIUS iiL'niiift «nid It in ordered, thnt :iil ji'-r- .tiB intcr-*t'd in fuid e«t it* np|»*nr in'fon* fiiitl .urt on thf. V.'itii diiy of KVhriiarv, is'jn, lit th»» hour of I oYlo k |i. in of that day, n't my ofllce in tie-city of Madison, Lake county, South Itakotn, to HII-AV caiift' why an ord»-r should not IN* trrant-d to the (ihiiini!-tra-or to »«-ll mich r«*ul eftat«* for eaid ltirjiow. \Vitnef2my hand and day of Junuary, 1H9H. aealof nuid rourt thi: -jl et WM. Mc itATII, Judge said Court. Attest: J. M. I'F'KSTON, Clerk of tin- Countv Court. I). D. liOU)KIU E A SON, Attorney* for petitioner. Notice of Hearing Petition for Letters of Adminis tration. State of South Dakota. County of Lake—SM: In County Court. Iri the matter of th» entate of Henrietta lla^h, deceased. The Mate of Soi.tli liukofa fendN fleeting to Charh-H ||«s, Jullua llenrieh Mann and liarles John Has.", heir- next of kin of Henrietta IIIIHH, deceaned, and to ali to W horn tlieee preweut* may come Notice i- iii-re hv given that Ciiarlen lit-- haw filed wit.ii the judge of thi- court, a petition, graving for letter* of administration of tie- e-tate of Henrietta HIM deceased, ami that. :»aturdav, tie- twelfth dav of February, 1K!»«. at one o'clock in., of niiid d.,y being a regular term of thin court, to wit: of ilit* February term, 1K!»H. at the court room of said court at the city of Madison iu the county of Lake, S I)., have been appointed as the time'HI,1 place for bearing naid petition, when and where any person may appear and show cause whv snld petition should not be granted. WitnesH tie-Hon. Win. Mctirath, Judge of the County Court, this :flitli day of January, A. I). 1H!W, at hiw office in the city 'of Madinon, "county of Lake, state of Month Dakota WM. MCORATH, Judge of County Court. Attest: J.M.PRESTON, C'lerk County Court, Lake County, South Dakota. I). D. HOLDKIDOK fc SON, Attorneys for Petitioner. LAND Good Home in Dairying & are renting land now, paying 50 YEARS* 1 EXPERIENCE PATENTS TRADC MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS AC Anyone sonrllnif anketrh and rtonrrltitlon may quickly ascertain nur opinion fr«e wli«-thor an Invpntlon I* prnhnhljr patentable. ornniunlra tton* atrlctly crint1r1( ntlal. Handbook on I'atenU e«*nt free. Oldest mrenry for KiM urniK patent*. 1'aTentn taken throutrh Munn Co. rect-lv* fprrUit nutirt, without charge. In the Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. J.unreal Hr culatton of any ni lentitlc journal. Terinn, |3 year: four months, 91. Wold by newsdealer*. Co.36""0"1"'all MUNN & New York Branch Office. 626 V Ht.. WnidilnKton, L. u J—• ARCHIBALD -w» BUSINESS COLLEGE COR.STEVENS AVF.^ LAKE ST. MINNEAPOLIS. ,//?// 4 j/??, A? J*,,,. "ft* MrcMh/M't "A The best Vi V rlMgntwnare erry's. RI be best" rieitdN sown ar- Ferry'a. TIK. bests«-els known nre Kerry'.-:. It pays to pli'iit,*^'' FERRY'S famous Seeds deHU latent FERRY and the detmind tar Lata County farms is Increasing. If yon are j„ search of a Where you can raise Wheat, Oats, Barley, Cora, Flax, Potatoes, in fact everything adapted to this latitude, and where you can successfully carry on then come and see me, and I will show you just what you want. If $3 Correspondence Solicited. to Is the Basis of All Wealth a Good Climate Stock Raising, and where your family will have the advantages of Good Society, Good Schools, Good Church Facilities, $5 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 wanta good location in Madison I have such for you. A large num ber of substantial buildings have been built in Hadison the past sea soned the city is steadily growing in population. Chas. B. Kennedy, MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. A per acre annual rental, I will Soldier's Escape. Prim tht Democrat-.\feuagt. Ml SUrrttng, JIL had fullen nnd the ^rent1 wh* wrendu Dr. Williams' Pink Pill*fl* N I V w w w i I V commanders had met beneath the historic i'ak l'e»|.l apple tree nt Appomattox, the K'„] ivnn-j a irreat suflerer from soiiiti* sylvunia Voluntci rft, ir*-nuuun ly cloil from tho time of my in talterB and rajjs, broken in body but of ,r"'" dauntless spirit, swung into line for the last liiV/i ,7.v,:'1 v", "grand review and then «|ui«-tly mareh. away to begin life's fray anew. Rebel shot and shell, the dread miasma of the southern •wamp, sleepless nights and wearisome days liad depleted their ranks until only a hand ful remained. Among the number Asa Hob iiaoti came haelv to the old home \!t. Sterling, Ills. that he had left at tl.e «all to arms four years previous, lie went away in the first flush of vigorous manhood he eame l»aek a ghost of the self that answered to President Lincoln's call for" fttoooo more With his return to the old ho.neslind there eame to him the knowledge that war ?'l'l :n"Lw'V °«!'7 »H*IIII that he must fight the battle with dioeiwe to the end of bis days that the glare of To-day he is an alerl, active man of fifty. Sow VarN'i rheiimatic pnins have d'c. parted and while there nr* traces of |,is years of sufTer.ng in his face he walks with the soldierly bearing and springy step «fu healthy yount? man. To tf,e bnnnnrat-MtMm,,' reporter he talked freely about his case. Mr. UobiriM.n is man of much more thau average education and intelligence. Where he is known In ilrowi! WVK!3' WOn xand review" and then ...... 'k'mem.-d to vve i i« I a southern sun and tho galling fir? of Hoiitl4*ru fi»Micry wensi as nothing compared to the onslaught of ,„i enemy that fought under cover and disre garded all the rules of eivili/ed warfare Sciatic rheumatism lastem*! its fnnt's ntm,i him. ineapaeitalmg him f-.r manual labor nnd rendering him, mueh of t||(. ,ilI1Pi phvsi.-allv helpless as an infant. The years* passed by, bur his sulleritigH, with inerea«in" aire were increase.) rather than Iiinitiislx-.f. II,'. Ppent a small fortune for doctor's medicine pray I lit lor even temporary relief, but it did DOI come. the Imnd ma"- Bn.d therp '".queation Mt that in caaeaa almuitfl4iseulottsottr* you army. At times WIIK bent *1""" wi,h ""'y.11"' Z manent relict until three years ago, w 11•11 am niion «II» culled tn «onie «f the w«iri r''' cures eit,., ted |,y I»r. Williiiins' I'ink I'llN'^ I ale I'•'plc and I made up tnv mind i" them. 1 hud not taken more tlian a I'"1 box when I noticed an improvement in condition, took three IHXCH of the uiri'f* ui in* i nii'l at the end of that time was in better '"11" ditioti than at any time since the el«*«' army service. Since then 1 have never I"' bothere| with rheumatism. I'r. Wiii'11"' I'mk. 1'ills fr I'ale iN-ople is the only renu'lj that ever did uie anv good, and to them I my restoration to health. o Ak'a s- ltomNS"N,.n. SMibscrilied and sworn to before uie tfl® Ihe l.'th day of July, A. I., 1W»7. .loitN (j. (iKNi.icK, .hutier of thf /Vif'- Mediciil evidence is at'ded in the toll®"* J". l,l'J'si,'ian'scertificate: 'I his is to certit'v thai I hare this day amni' Asa ItobiiiHon and find liini cnj«,J"'J» a lieuliby physical condition aud fr*'*' rlit-ii mill i-m. Ili'XiiY M.TOWKS, A.M., Subscribed nnd sworn to l»clor® ni« 1,1 l«ilh day of July, 1«»7. LI. K. VANUKVKNTKB, fount Jtitfi/r, ilrinrn Comity, i u All the elements cessarv t»» give nc« ami richness to the Mood and restore shalb'iy nerves nre cont'iiiied, in it condensed I'r. Williams' I'ink I'ills for 1'ale They are an unfailinu' specific for ••uses iu l.wotnotor ataxia, partial rnrn'^s.' St. Vitus' dunce, sciatica, neuralgia, rheiini lism, nervo'is headache, the after effect 1 L'rippe, paliiitation of the heart, pale and w low complexions, all forma of weak1"'! in tnala T^a» Wllll^ ill I'ink I'ills nre aold by all dealers', or wi»JJ sent post paid on receipt of price, 60 are rfn fw| for ... |t2 go (ther are nc box, or sii bote* for sold in bulk or by Williama' Medicioe by the 100). bx •ddr••JnlL|,6 :ia*Co.,8cW«*ady,N.Y'