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Cabinet Officials War The :e, Are Town Of Anxious About Health Conditions at Santiago. Council and a Special Cabi* net Meeting1 to Consider the Subject. Fourteen Suspicious Cases Among Employes of Quartermasters Department Siboney Completely Burned as a Sanitary Measure. Si card. Captain Llahan and v.r:wnin§iie.d were present. Adjutant General Corbin also was a: the White House. Eef:re Secretary Alger went to the White House he had a confer ence with Surgeon General Sternberg. who also had re:eivei dispatches from the surgical corps near Santiago. Dae to Severe Condition*. Although no word cf any of the dis patches was given out, those in a posi tion to speak intelligently of them sairf that any anxiety waich might exist was not due to a material change in the mi.itary situation, tut rather to the severe conditions surrounding cur soldiers as a result of the rainy season, and tne ternt-c storms of the last few days. To what extent our troops were affected the authorities would not dis close as they desire to avoid unneces sary apprehension. Although the dis patches were thus guarded, it was stated positively that no lighting was Much ansiaty had been created at the war department by a press report to the effect that Brigadier General Duffield was sick in the hospital. General Duffield is a fellow townsman of Secretary Alger and one cf his closest personal associates. The dis patches of Generals Miles and Shafter made no reference whatever to Gen eral Duffield's being in the hospital, so that the press report was unaccount able, as it was fe.t that both Miles and Shafter would speedily report if Gen eral Duffield was incapacitated bj wounds or illness. There are 14 suspicious fever case® among employes of the quartermaster's departmeat near Santiago. The men are isolated and confidence is expressed morning th^ trnrHtn one that had served as division head quarters during the early days of the vacated. ordinarily would have burned like tin der, but the heavy rains made the flames slow in spreading. The dwell ing houses filled the camp with stifling V.ack smoke, which was visible for miles. In spite of the protests of the ragged Cubans, the work of destruction pro* ceeded steadily all day. The work was not completed until after dark, when the torch was applied to the last building of the towa. The debris will be cleared away as rapidly as possible, and many more hospital tents will bs pitched on new sites. Ainni uoition for the FUet. I"»EW "iORK, Jtuy 14.—The auxiliary cruiser Yankee sailed from Tompkins ville during the day, bound south. She is loaded wi'h powder and shells for the big guns of the battleships. I People s Party Plattorm. i FoliovtiiiA is the pitjtf.rm adopted by the People's Party eonveDtion of South 'Xue action was taken at the urgent i ^ront and pledge to them our hearty co request of Major Legiro, of the hos- operation. pital corps, and serve 1 the just purpose of ridding the hospital camp of the un healthy and dirty buildings and driving away scores of Cuban follow, era, wnose presence was a serious in convenience to the hospital workers. T£e burning of the houses also txtend- ed along the trail to the front, and jticket. numerous block houses were destroyed We recommend that at the etate con together wai this morning the long wooden building at the extreme east end of the street. Dakota, at Aberdeen, June 22,1*95: The People's Party of South Dakota triumphantly reaffirms its allegiance to the fundamental principles enunciated in the Omaha and St. Louis platforms We distinctly reartrru our position in favor of the free and unlimited coinage of silver at the ratio cf 10 to 1 and our unalterable opposition to the issue of nterest bearing bonds in time cf peace I or war. We are opposed to basks of isaue and in favor of the issue of all money difect by the government. We demand the passage of the free hemes bill and condemn the opposition th bt n ttie ly the national Repub lican managers, and their failure to re deem this pledge in the St. Louis plat- Iform- We WASH:NGT:.V. Julr 14.—The S«." ated shall have been accomplished. partment received dispatches from General Miles and General Shafter. At the same time the navy department received dispatches from the Sset off Santiago. The contents of these ser. era! dispatches were not made public up tc neon. They had the effect, hew. ever, of arousiEg officials, both mili tary and naval, to unusual activity,and coupled vrith this was an undercurrent of apparent anxiety throughout official quarters. The advice* speedily led to a war council at the White House, at which Secretaries Long and Alger, and the members of the war board, Admiral 0f atprore of the war now being waged in behaif cf the oppressed people of Cuba and the Philippines and demand its energetic prosecution and that it be terminated as quickly as possible after the purpose for which it was inaugur* We denounce the infamous policy of government by injunction fostered by the federal courts and we demand the election of such courts by the direct vote of the people for a stated term. We regard the life terms system in our federal judiciary as subversive of liberty and we demand the election of members of the United States supreme court for stated terma by direct vote of the peo ple. State Issues—1. No people can be free wfco are denied the right to vote yes and no on every law to which they are sut ect and we therefore favor the initi meas- majority ru'.e can be s~- a «uu Capta.n &t Te referendum as the only ure by whi cured. 2. We are Mrmly committed to the pablic ownership of natural monopolies acd we favor an amendment to the con stitution permitting the state to engage in public works. 3. We favor the repeal of the so called fellow servant statute and the en actment of legislation making employers liable for injuries received by their em ployes while in the discharge of their immediate duty, when injuries received are directly traceable to the negligence employers cr fellow servants, in the ability of the doctors to stamp policy in demanding the same standard out tne disease. of official probity from members of his own official farailv that he exacts from officers of the opposition. Torch Applied by American Troop* at a Resolved, That we are highly pleased n SIBONEY Bt'KNED. n i y 7 i o n OB Jura_'viuc»ta, July 12. via Kine-:-n toa, Jamaica, July U.-Tae mimaU, I little towa of Juraguacito (Siboney i Zj waich struggled along the irreg u.ar hiu.ll wis set are to during the day aud the Caoan inhabitants have fled to •he caves ia tae -verhanging hillside i .r shelter. lies ia tonigat. It was burned 'orce* national administration to a under ta« orders of the army health authorities. Almost every building of the i. We believe in fostering the insti tutions of the 6tate and insist that county and state supplies should be purchased from home producers. in progress up to the time of the last of convict laoor in competition with free report. It was als stated that the 'ears that the enemy might secretly draw off some of their forces to the mountains n jrth of Santiago, had not been realized, so far as th^ last reports disclosed. The city was still sur rounded, it was said, and there ap peared to be no apprehension on the part o: the officers la command that the enemy would get away. We are opposed to the employment labor except to such an extent as may be necessary to preserve the health of convicts and maintain the institution it) which they are incarcerated. 6. We demand an equitable tax upon the franchises and property of railroad and other corporations and we condemn the majority of the state board of equal ization for its refusal to assess railroad property on the same basis as that of t^e citizens of the state. Resolved, That we heartily commend the course of Representatives Knowles and Kelley, Resolved, That we commend the mag nitlcent fight Senator Pettigrew is mak ing against monopolies, enemies of the people and we rejoice in the power and influence which he has gained by his able and courageous defense of the right of man. Resolved, That we comm«od the hon est and feariess administration of Gov ernor Andrew E. Lee and especially em phasize our approbation of his courageou a n a i i e o v e e o u a a 6"rer sena'orB ll con^reSs Resolved, That w« hereby grant to the state central committee full plenary power to transact all business which this convention might do and instruct said committee to fill all vacancies which may occur ID the btate or national M^iroyeu we recommend that at the etate con- f" vMtion of the Party to U li.M s decided upon last night and early i nfl/,n 1 ID a candidate for United States Senator be nominated to be voted for by the legislators elected by the party. FUSION IN .NORTH DAKOTA. Democrat* and Popull»t« Will Divide the Offices. FARGO, IS. D., July 14.—The Demo cratic and Populist state conventions met here during the day and effected fusion on the basis of the congressman to the Populists, the governor to the i Democrats, and so on down the ticket alternating. The only hitch in the ar rangemc-nt was in the conference com mittee ia agreeing on a name for the new party. It was finally settled on as "Independent Democrats." The Dem ocrats, after a prolonged and exceed ing.y warm debate against loss of identity of the Democratic party, ac cepted the report. The resolutions adopted endorse the Chicago platform and Bryan. Xo nominations were made, but a committee was appointed by the con •ention empowered to make nomina tions and ceftlTy taem to tiie •ecretary of state. It is intended to withhold the nominations until after the Republican i state coaveaticn is heid, and then name the ticket, placing candidates f.r sim iiar places from the same sections as do the Repub.icans. The Pupoiist convention refused ab* solutely to accept the name agreed! upon by the conierence and adjourned until morning. ILLINOIS DEMOCHAT8 MEET. **Goldbugs of '9G** i at oo the State Com mittee After a Bitter Fight. S?RINGFIELD, Ills., July 14—The Democratic state convention nominated a ticket headtd by Wii.iam F. Dualop of Jacksonville tor state treasurer. Tae chief incident of the convention pro ceedings v as a Utter tight over the appointmeut on the state central com mittee cf two men prominent as go^d Democrats in Ben Cable of Rock Island and Roger C. Sullivan of the Fifth congressional district. Tue light was carried into the convention, where Cable was denounced as a traitor, tut the choice of both Cable and Sullivan as committ^men was finally ratified. READY TO EMBARK. Transport* *t Charleston Will Take Two Regiment* to Santiago. CHARLESTON, July 14.—Two trans ports arrived here during the day and the work of embarking the troops here on them will begin at once. It has not been positively decided which two of the three regiments here will go on the two ships. The Sixteenth Pennsyl vania will probably be one of those selected, but a choice between the Sec ond and Third Wisconsin baa not yet teen made. dam*.-. the d.stinction of having just and proper punishmect of Spain for the destruction of the Maine and her 200 brave sailors. Resolved, That we appreciate the ster ling worth and patriotism of the brave boys of this state who ^ave gone to the What infinite care and price a woman takes in e w e i n trousseau. How OM i tine and fit every i ?"-vri ar.'i f.'.tr.v hit of lingerie must iut how about herself, her own £ne and delicate physical organism? Has :his most important of all considerations been negiecttd? Ha? she any weakness or ail ment which is going to unfit and incapaci tate her for happy marriage No woman i« fit to marry who has any unhealthy condition of the special struc ture mo»t ictimately concerntd* in wifehood and motherhood. No modest reluctance should prevent her scekins immediate re lief from such troubles. There is no need of the mortifying examinations so detesta ble to sen-itive-minded women. Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription i« dailv cur ing thousands of women of these troubles in the privacy of their homes. The Favorite Prescription is the only proprietary remedy of its kind prepared by an educated, authorized physician. There is hardly a case so obstinate that it will not completely and permanently cure. Mr«. Emma G. Clover, of KeJkev. Iiv Co.. Indiana, in a letter to Dr. Pitrce says 'I can recommend Dr. Pitrce'.- Favorite Pre-cription to anyone who suffers with anv female '.:»ease. When I was in my teens I was alwavs -:ck. I took your medicines before I was marrs-.-and now I am a we'! person. I am now twenty three. I have also taken Dr Pierce olden Medical Discovery and Pleasant Pellet.-.' and can recommend them all. It is a druggist business to sell you, not to tell yv: "•-.at. She LOOKS Poor clothes cannot make you look old. Even pale cheeks von't do it. Your household cares mav be heavy and disappoint ments may bs dsep, but they cannot make you look old. One thing does it and never fails. It is impossible to look young with the color of seventy years in your hair.<p></p>AUCP'S permanently postpones the tell-tale signs of age. Used according to directions it gradually brings back the color of youth. At fifty your hair may look as it did at fifteen. It thickens the hiir also stops it from falling put and cleanses the sc^In from dandruff. Shall vie send you our book on t^e hair and its Diseases? AdvlCB rTBi. ir you do Hot o!,t-viri a. •••.TL,. you expe. ten fr,..rn the vuror, write the fioctor av HtmfflHSu'fis LAND and the Good Society, Kot:c« to Creditor*. Ir. the concty c.v:rt of the county of l.ak fttttt.* 0! utti D.'iftutu. In the n:a!'»_:r of tr: t-^?unf Oie J. P.oniiin? fiecetist-c^. Not cc 1 berti.y «:vcn by the nuAvrv.-^uttd, Hie O. Mo i.er-, udm.uUtrati.r of th. ftau- of t»!c .1. decen-^d. to the creditor* of, »n«l a.! per i v i i U i a i e o tshtr.it rhem with the iJtCf^imry voucher*, with ir fnur nioiith* after thv ri'»t publication of this I otic.-, to the Mil! 0)? O. Moleknt at the oflic« of ). I), lloidnd jit: .t .,L, city of Madron, couii'y of I.iKe, South iMkota. Iat:d nt "J. OLE O. MOLSKNESS, A«:i .in!#trator of the £«tate °f Ole J. honnitiK. IIULDKIDGE SOX, Attorneys for A'in.inirtrator Notice. M«.t«eofSc.nthDakou.fonr.ty of Luke, in the ro.t. ter of the «.•!•?-it« of Bridget Hoiran. dec.-aced. In couray court. Notice of eettl.UK-nt of fiml ftc'.u int ord"r to ehow why rtccf''*' of di-rrilmtiori (.houid cot be made. Notice hi'r.-1 .• _. veii, thJohr. Wadd.Ti, admn.i«tra!or of t:.i* estate of Bridiret Ilotrau, decea-e rtfrcrfi and prcftDttd for demand for Lake County farms is increasing. If s»k- has tiled Hcco'iLt of hi* adiniriietrn ]eti of uid tion of-aid e-tut.- und tiled therewith hi^ t:oL to the efioct that ail debt* and exKti.*e* sdm:i.!?trat:.n huv« n raid an,jL-* e.taN- ready for d!i-tr. .-ition. atd a^kinir for aii-tri..ut ..L thereof acrordir.c to law, and that he ne ci*cribrfed. It ip -hereiore ordered that u':! per-o:.p interested ii. the estate of BmL'et iloi/au deceased be and nppe.nr b.-rcre the countv of Like county. S. !., HT the office of the idee of irj c"'of ?fnHdnv?h«. Kr'd -Mttdloon, Lalte'cg inr-. r*Outli Uakota, on the :^»th dav 1 of o n o o n e o o k u e s n o o i tLeru DtJOT*: tuf: f'dv of LTi' A 1). e exception- la wrltlr. if any tb y ha\e tothe -aid final account, and contest tne at.d then and there show c,u*e w y a n o e o i s i u i o n s o u n o e a d according to law, and *iid administrator chart-eo. It is further ordered that a copy of this order be publishfdon^ each »e. k for four sue CFRR \E weeks in THE .MAI.ISON I)AII.T LEADBK. a .eKal newspaper printed and published in Lake county, south Dakota, and farther that a copv of th.. order posted In tree pnblic places in Lake county, omh Dakota, at least fonr week- Dated Madison, Sooth Dakota, June 3th, Bv the court. V M' PV1'I'T,TV 11r,f ,he county coart. 1. I 1th 1 ON, i. erk of the county co ,rt. County Court, 'i L,aklV."iu'-y' HOLDKIDtrEA- SUN. houtn LakoUi. Attorneys for Administrator. tints Vv? I i ,'i MM O N SUM-P. where you can raise Wheat, Oats. Barley, Corn, Flax, Potatoes, in fact everything adapted to this latitude, and where you can successfully carry on Dairying & Stock Raising, and where your family will have the advantages then come and see me, and I will show you just what you want. If you Is the Basisof Alt Wealth search of a Good Home in a Good Climate Good Schools, 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 num ber of substantial buildings have been built in Hadison the past sea son and the city is steadily growing in population. Correspondence Solicited.-^^-^ Chas. B. Kennedy, MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. Good Church Facilities, HO\T- YM are j„ Diseases Kidney tu. P'ONOUNCOI I CU«E mcrits Citcs DR. F. N. PALMER, DENTAL SURGEON, Office over Dal, 4 Mnckay bunk. MADISON, HAD Mr A NCOD ,0SV 11 tha» 5 of 'art th 11 '"curabl® My '"ch as to im im life r.nd n o is meeting K,DNEV has °?dcr,uir"uc- PhysiciaiIS" SOn,c '".vsclf M*e.fhc« aiM ,M°uticcd incurable. facc I and it ^teeth picture of health^ Cur? has 'amon^ any twcnty.Hev :t»Cd„•'] *OUTH DAKOTA *»TAULlsnr.,t L. SOPER ADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA its ,ivin*.' madc an^our' Kidney 1 ca*f. j* had -.uffcr- and to day Ti,hi!i:e d,V y°"»Ker than'l ofd tte'»ycar» W°nd?.rfl,,*«ertifi- For Sale by FRAmr SMIT Gift Meat Market Keep« conatfiritlv on hand n line of Fresh aotf Cured Fish, Fowl and Gaiue, s®^011 JOHN SCHULrZ.