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1 I *. »*. '.v? LARGER «t WE CAN i and riore Complete than Ever. This store is simply loaded elegant assortment of with THE FAflOUS TRINIDAD when used on Smoke Stacks, Bridges, Trestle Work, Window Caps, Fence Posts, Asphalt Paint I PRICE, 75C PER GALLON. THE DAILY LEADER WEDNESDAY." 189* TBKMS OF SUBSCKJi'TIUN I'.y mail, 1 y^ar f4.f0 liy mail, months By mail,:i months l.'*» By mall, 1 month &*> By carrier, per w«k V) TO ADVBRTISIIIU* I n* Daily Liidih makes a special fearire ot ^formation concerning the advantage* •q r.tfo(ijces of the city of Maaleon and ol the I stiV at Urge entitling It to the patroiago of»4 »a-i -«rii orevtry class. I J. F. 5TAI1L, Proprietor. I When th** r^j.uuiicans were voted out of power io li.n state in Is'jO, after six yf arts' riotous rule from the organization 1 the state, the total indebtedness of the state had grown to about $1,220,000. This much, too, after the 81.'fc,7(J5, re covered from tli© Taylor defalcation had been applitd 01 the debt. 'I he populist came into tower, both in the executive and lriw making departments of the state. They immediately went to work to pasd laws to safe guard the treasury and other funds of the state, to make provisions for reducing the debt, to en force economy in the administration of state atTairp, and to expose and put out of office unworthy officera wherever found. The cleaning out is well re. metubered by every voter in the state. The beneficent effect of the wise legis lation enacted by the people's party on the reduction of our state debt may not be so well known. Gov. Lee has seen to it that oar laws have been followed out and executed and now by the state treasurer's last report we see that np to Jane 30,1808, all the embarassiog con ditions entailed upon the state by the Taylor and other republican steals have been overcome and $358,000 of the in debtedness paid off. Besides this there is on hand in the bond interest and sink ing funds, over 8140,000 and in the treasury available for current expenses, $137,000 on July 1,1*98, making a total betterment of our state financial condi tion of $030,500. We have established a name abroad for honesty which the state lost under republican administrations and now our state credit is the best in the United States. Under populist leg islation and Andy Le6's administration, we have rid our state of both debt and stigma and have uearly rid it of boss and corporation rule. The next election will linish these and our railroad com missioners can go cn with their good work of regulating the railway companies un- everything. An Dress Mis [rn I5t to per yard. We have also added to our 'Dry Goods Depart ment the celebrated McCall Patterns IOC & 15c. Do Not Pay Hore. S£J2gg OF ALL KINDS, and some beauties at prices that |Oll know are right. The largest and finest line of ....dishes & l/imps.... ever shown in Madison. Come in ami see if ^liey are not right. MORSE & MUNRO. Tanks, Fences, Machinery, Shutters, Farming Implements, and all exposed surfaces. It stands heat well I on the stacks and boiler fronts. It is Water Proof, Rust Proof, Sold and Guaranteed by COOK & ODEE. 4 HAS NO EQUAL, 4 Piping, Boilers, Gutters, Capings, 4 Spark Proof, Elastic. molested by adverse republican leg ela tion or republican otliciuls in the pay of the railroad*. Sioux City Journal, 27: Aisoe* who were on the market with western range cattle to-day was Brig. Gen. M. Sbeafe, who brought in a shipment of his cattle from Pierre- Brig. Gen. Sheafe commands the four leaf clover corps of Gen. Hancock, being the First brigade. Second division Second A. C, and composed of the Two hundred and third New York, Fourth New Jersey and Second West Virginia, a total of 3,050 men. He is off on a brief furlough to look after his varied interests in South Dakota. Besides looking after the ship ment of his cattle he also has about tv.entj-five farms of his own to look after, and lie tinds hss time altogether too limited to give these interests the at tention they deserve. He has putin the greater portion o( his furlough on the range, and he eays be tinds the water scarce and grass very short, conse quently cattle wiil not come as fat as was anticipated early in the season. Ben. Hoover, a prominent republican politician of the state, while going home to Gettysburg on the tram from lled tield Saturday night, fell from the steps of a car standing on a trestle work into a ditch thirty feet below. He had been feeling sick at the stomach for some time and went out on the steps of the ooach.to get the fresh air while the en gine t6ok water at a tank beside a gulch near Faalkton. It is supposed he be came dizzy and plunged headlong iuto the gulch below. Fortuuately he land ed in a mud hole, and though no broken bones can be discovered, be suffers ex cruciating pain in the neighborhood of the spine. He did not recover con sciousness until after taken borne to Gettysburg. The Faulkton Advocate, a new de fender of the rights of the people, edited and published by Mrs. Hope Smith Coon formerly of this city comes to our table, replete with good advice for voters. In breaking away from the ring-ridden, machine-manipulated republican par.y the editor says: The Advocate proposes to lead the way for hundreds of honest republicans to break away from the cor rupt sway of political bosses and machine rule and who, for the last time have voted a ticket just because it was branded re publican and who now popose to Vole their honest convictions of what is right and best in the interests of honest local and state government. Pocketing those brand fees haft put a brand on RoiUlle that thie campaign wou't efface. Geo. A, Johnson has been renominat ed for 1 state senator by the republicans at Mitchell aud Harry L. Bros for ropre sentative. President McKinlev was very bold and candid in his instructions to the investi gating committee commanding them to pry into every department of the military service regardless of oonse quences—''Hew to the line, the chips fall where they may." But Wm. E. Curtis who has interviewed most of the commissioners individually caustically remarks, "they have a very warm ap preciation of the president." That of course covers up a whole lot ol political sins. The Northwestern Banker, Des Moines, Iowa, tor September: "We may expect an early resumption of the late lamented howl against the increasing surplus in the treasury.'* Aud why not? Why were the people deprived of their circulating medium to furnish captalists with more boiui^, when the money is uot needed? Please answer. A statment recently prepared by ex pertsof the treasury department fixes the cost of the war up to Sept. 1 at $120. 000,000, and estimates that the expenses duriug the remainder of the calendar year will aggregate about $115,000,iHu additional, or $235,000,000 in all. El Correo, the Madrid newspaper which is regarded as the organ of Senor Sagasta. has stated that the Spauish government has expeuded 83S 1.800.000 and 100,0i't' lives since March, lS'.C), to retain possession of the island of Cuba. It makes no difference how many medicines have failed to cure you. While there's life there's hope, and Rocky Mountain Tea will make you well. For Sapt-rintcndent of Punlic Infraction L. F. KK1NTZ of Hutchinson. ForCommis-'iocer School and l'ublic LaMW- JOHN SCOLLAKD of Meade. For Railroad Comm Third District W. II. TOMl'KINs of Pfuuicutoi.. Peeple'M Party Cnnnty llrkrt. For WM. LOYVi.. Representative C. t. MILI.EK, M. H. If MiDAZj. For Register of Deeds— w. M. DOWNS. For Sberi*— MATT. BESSTH. For Treasurer— MARTIK 15KRTHEH. For Superintendent of School*— A. H. WBICHT. For County Judye— WM. M'GRATH. Far Attdttor- E. C. KEITH. For Cltrkof the Court*— W. A. DRAKE. For Coroner— S. M. JKNKS. For Surveyor— W. R. BMtTHE. For Justice* of the Peace A. I'. HAULING. ALLAN POWERS. F. KT. BOXHETT. X. H. KKNT. For oi:rt.il4«a— J. A. M'fiOVKRX. aCOil WILLIAMS. T. .1. o'sil AL'(JNF.SSEY. ED. BALDWIN. For C'oiiimiaaioner First District— W. H, IJCXTON. ALMOST THE END. Hon. 1 honiai K. Itajnrd*a Tim* on Ktittk Now Measured by Hoars. Dedhax, a S e 7 A o i n to the physician's report Hon. Thomas. F. bayard cannot live 24 hours longest He passed a very uncomfortable night and ia very week. The weather having a depressing effect upon the patieat and he is gradually sinking. SMALL PERCENTAGE SICK. Central Otis Den tea Btorlef mt fisrlsw Illaess at Mantles Wakhingtox, Sept. 27.—The follow** ing cablograra was received at the war iepartm-ut: "Minila, b'ept. 26. Adjutant Gen tral, Wasniugtou: Underjtand re porters send exaggerated account of bickness. Total in hospital today, high* est of any day, 529 typhoid fever p» tients, 95 all doing well and mostly convalescent about 1,200 exoused from duty mostly slight ailments, showing condition fair for this latitude 19 deaths Iro» disease this month 28 in Antr««fc. ^TIS, Commindiog." V Fkank C. Smith. ou invite disappointment when you experiment. DeWitt's Little EirlyKis- I era are pleas int, e»ny, thorough lit tie pills. Thnv cure constipHtion and sick headache just as sure as you take them Cook & THE MTATK TICKET. For ItepNMDUtivef in Congress— 3. K. KKLLEV ofM'Kxiy. FREEMAN KSOWLE8 of Laurence. For Governor— ANDREW LEE of Claf. For Lieutenm.Uiovemnr F. HOU1SSOS of Brewft. F«r Secretary of State— iEO. STARLING of ftandle. «r Auditor— HI GIi SMITH of Miner. For Treasurer— MARIS TAYLOR of Beadle. For Attorney General— V. S. I*.\LMLK«f Minnehaha. Vv Ok V* -A a If. V MINNESOTA IN THE LEAD. Awnrdetl Fir«t Plane In the Hairy Contest nt the Omalut Kxpixition. St. Paul, Sept. ^8 —Minnesota ha« agam sucurcd first place in her exhibit of choice dairy products at the Omaha exposition. The September scoring, which has just been completed, credits the exhibit from this state with the high cCirtiug for September. Thirty entries nut of 4U score in points, or bet ter, and 12 entries score points or better. •Iteke L°p Carrier Forces. W ashixgton, Sept. '.'8. —It is under* stood that the po^toflice department officials are contemplating a t-liake up in the carrier forces of the Twin City po8tot!ice-». Complaints have reached here of lack of discipline among the carriers at St. Paui and Miuueopolig, and it is said tha" serious char^ei have been made against certain cair.ers. Cook A' ()ii:i". Two Ways. 3 r.crcrrrrrcpirccc o I ONE WAY to 'examine'eyes is to place a lot of lenses in front of the eyes and gj to ask the owner of them through 'm which he sees the best. Thklt real it v. is but a test. ANOTHER WAV is to actually HX A MIXE the eye, S to examine the interior and exter j| ior structure ami to determine whether medical treatment is re quired or not. When I tit a pair gg of glasses I kxamink the eyes thor oughly and my charges are reason able. My time and experience are devoted exclusively to Refraction, Ophtholmoscopy and the correct ion of Muscular Weakness. I wouM Ve pleased to have you call If on me if you are in doubt as to the true condition of your eyes. I C2TCONSULTATION FREE. 1 H. H. FRUDENFELD, |T* chnleal Optician, Madison, 8. D. Buy Your 0AL CO All COA1 COAL %C0AL o A #*COAL y Mid-Summer BARGAINS Look at our list of August Bargains which will be sold at a BIO SACRIFICE AT J. J. FITZGERALD. Ladies Shirt Waists. Ladies Calico Wrappers. Ladies Skirts. Summer Underwear. Little Boys Linen Suits. Hens Straw Hats. Lawns. Dimities. Organdies. Dotted Swiss. A General Clearance Sale in all Departments. A Cool and Refreshing Glass of BILLY'S F. St. Paul A stubborn cough or a tickling in the) throat yields to One Minute Cough Cure. Harmless in effect, touches the right spot, reliable and just what is wanted. It acts at once. 0eW COAL** 0 A COAL COAL*, FROM THUS— S. Y. HYDE Elevator Co. lest Ms lari & soil. Delivered Free to any part of the City. Wm. Fintzel, Agent. 1 0W',*' MINNEAPOLIS BEER A from September 15 to December 25. i LOUIE, AGENT. MADISON HOUSE] THOS. CAREY, THE GROCER Is pleased to aanouaoe that he is Witch HaiVrsiive Curet Piles. ScaM^ Heal islale, swan 1IIGK. i O *7 v 0\ & & a BODEGA. Choice Liquors and Cigars. W I O S S I A I S O N RUBBER STBjnP Given Hway FREE. Queen City Steam Laundry will give a rubber stamp FREE to cuiy one whose laundry shall amount to $1.00 or over. Thisi is an opportunity lor every family to get rubber stamp with which to stamp theL own linens and save many mistakes and losses- With each stamp is given a bottle of indelible ink. Remember we put new colj lar bindings on shirts free. This offer Is Always Readv at S.D| is intf lii* new Spring Stock of STAPLE ANI FANCY GROCERIES, fresh, new aud «ice| Mis stock comprises everything in tb" ^nei He ni ikes a specialty of the Grocery tiess ami is able to thoroughly please li^ toinera, berth in quality and" price. THOS. CAREY. gooc r,'CtJ'^ L'118 Citv Meat Market Keeps constantly on hand line of fresh and Cured Fish, Fowl abd G»iu«, DON'T IIUJUIIIIItUIUUIiUUHIiUUllBllHBlS ieaB°D JOHN SCHULfZ On« Minute Cough Cure, That le whet I* we.« Be Fopte I 'il/* AM'