We have just received
OUR SPRING LINE OF
THE DAILY LEADER.
FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1399.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY HMD COUNTY.
THHM8 OW SUBSCRIPTION
By mail, 1 vt:vr
By Eiaii, 2.U'
By mail, 3 months
By mull, 1
Judge Carlaud made a ruliug of wide
interest to land attorneys and settlers
upon government lands in the case
brought against Henry Otting of Mar
shall county for alleged perjury in aland
oontest case. Ilia attorney demurred to
the indictment and Judge Garland sus
tained the demurrer, ruling that the
case of perjury cannot be predicated up
on the affidavit of contest before the
United States land oftioee statements
made therein if found to be fal^e cannot
lay the affiant liable for perjury unless
afterwards in a regular bearing of the
case, before the federal land ollioers, the
same statements are reiterated. Otting,
when the cate came up for hearing in
the land otlice, did not reiterate the
statements contained in his affidavit of
Chairman ilerned of the republican
state central committee has issued a call
for a meeting at Huron on Thursday, the
27 inst., to fix time aud pine for holding
theetate convention to nominate candi
dates for judyt?? of the supr^ne court.
The board of chanties and correctiooai
has located the site for the new asylum
at Redtield and an architect will be tent
at once to make plana and the surveyor
will proceed shortly to lay out the
grounds and locate site.
The business men around Speartishand
Bell Foucbe in the Black Hills country
have been neatly buncoed by a patent
flour bin agent, who has sold looal and
county rights to many parties for sums
ranging from S'JOO to $800. They paid
cash or notes which were immediately
discounted at the bank, for the patent
right to sell and soon after they began
selling they found another bin in the
market which was selling for lees than
theirs. They simply had to stop. But
when th9y did, along came the original
agent and showed them that they had
signed a oontract to buy not less than
100 bins at $1.7.~ each. That fellow
ought to come to Lake county where he
could work his game the year around.
Aberdeen News, 12: It is proposed by
the petitioners for the vote on license to
apply the initiative aud referendum in
case the city should vote against license
and the question of legality of the elec
tion be taken iuto the courts by the
liquor men. The profess can be gone
through within about sixty days and in
calculated that, whatever the action of
the courts, the issue of licenses can be
defeated by this means, provided a ma
jority of the voters are against license.
The procedure would be to first prepare
They are the finest we have
ever shown and every pair is
Ask to see them.
Morse & Munro
By irritr, per «e^k 1"
THI DAILY LIADIH M*K«s special(•ATURC of
futalKhu i 'nforattlon concerning vheadvantage*
tad ruiTonicee of tb« city of MaaUon and ol tUe
Ut«* iu :«,ri?«? entitling .t to the patron&go of»d
fti*er« of every etuis.
.1. F. STAHL. Proprietor.
Disbarment prooediDgs were brought
against Attorney S. M. Howard of
Gettysburg in the supreme cout at
Pierre this week and the case was dis
missed on a motion to quash the indict
ment because it failed to state in the
complaint that Howard was a duly
lioensed attorney and the court had no
jurisdiction of misconduct except in the
case of lioensed attorneys. Howard was
charged with accepting money us states'
attorney for the release of bondsmen on
a defaulted criminal bond and also for
accepting monthly payments to refrain
from prosecution of liquor dealers.
a no-license ordinance, and seoure the
signatures of 5 per cent of the voters to
a petition asking the city counoil to
adopt the ordinance. When such a pe
tition is presented it is the duty of the
council to pass the ordinance or refer it
to the people at a special election for
Huronite, 11: "The retirement of Mr_
Kittridge affords unbounded satisfaction
in the ranks of the ajlied forces seeking
to control the politics of this state. THE
LI.ADKK can now account for 'our taste'
without any further effort."
Again tlie Huromte stands alone in
the above miefit-iternent of fact and at
tempt to glorify its ideal of political
tyranny. The Huronite is naturally r«
pubiican. It loves to be "bossed.'' The
allied forces opposed to bossiem are very
sorry that the Hurite has lost its leader.
RBPAUt VOI K IIOOKH
With Carey's Magnesia Flexible Cement
Rooting, the most nubstanti'd, perma
nent and economical rooting manufac
patching and new roofs aje
guaranteed for five years.
KI NDEKI IX FlTZOEltAMJ.
JEFFEKS..»* CITY, Mo., April 14—The
hotise passed Vhe bill making a l)ig re
duction in express rates. The senate
passed and sent to the governor the
house bill taxing collateral inheritances
at 5 per ceut for the benefit of the state
Cuban Planters at Wuhlngta*.
WASHINGTON, April 14.—A delegation
from the Planters' association of Cuba
has reached here anil will immediately
make representations to the war de
partment looking to the prorogation of
the suspension ui the wortgago law in
Running Sores, twicers, Boils, Pimples,
etc., quickly cured by Banner salve the
most healiug salve in the world. Prioe
25a, No other "just as good."
Xot one child dies where ten formerly
died from croup. People have learned
the value of One Minute Cough Cure
and use it for severe lung and throat
troubles. It immediately stops cough
ing. It never fails.
COOK & ODEE.
Just Behind me Times?
AU ONE SELECTED.
National Counoil of the G.
R. Meet* to
Choose a Comtii*nderiu-Chief.
PHILADELPHIA, April 14.—The execu
tive committee of the national council
of administration of the G. A. R. held
two sessions at the local G. A. R. head
quarters, Independence hall, for the
purpose of electing a commander-in
chief to fill the vacancy caused by the
death of Colonel James A. Sexton.
There was no election. The first meet
ing was held in the afternoon and the
other at night. Both sessions were ex
ecutive and the members of the com
mittee refused to divulge what oc
curred. It was stated, however, by
several old soldiers who claimed to
know, that there was a deadlock on the
names of Colonel W. C. Johnson of Cin
cinnati. senior vice commander-in-chief,
and General John C. Black of Chicago,
commander of the department of Illi
nois. After the meeting the only offi
cial announcement made was the result,
and the following resolution, which, it
was stated, was adopted:
"Whereas. For the first time in the
history of the U. A. R. the commander
in-chief has died while in office: there
fore, be it
"Resolved. That as a mark of respect
to the memory of James A. Sexton, the
late commander-in-chief, the senior vice
commander-in-chief shall continue to
perform the duties of vice commander
in-chief, and the office of commander
in-chief shall remain without an incum
bent until the meeting of the Thirty
third natioual encampment."
Formation of a Spanish l*arty in Cuba
HAVANA, April 14.—Marquis de Ra-
bell announces the formation of a Span
ish party in Cuba under the honorary
presidency of Marquis de Arguelles, the
richest man in the island and the prob
able future representative of Spain here,
although not yet officially accredited.
About 30 prominent Spaniards in and
out of Havana were called into confer
ence and the annexation of Cuba to the
United States is the unanimous doiiv
of these gentlemen. At an opportune
time this subject will be taken Bp and
China's nig Order for Rails.
BALTIMORE, April 14.—The Maryland
Steel company at Sparrows Point has
received an order for 7~».000 tons of 07
pound steel rails for the Chinese Kast
eni railway. The mills are working
day and night on a large order of siiui
tir rails for the Transsiberian road.
Knjoyment of life depends largely
upon your liver. Reeky Mountain Feu
will make new one. Great medicine,
makes healthy babies.
"Give m© a liver regu.ator and I can
regulate the world," said a genius. The
druggi-t handed him a hottle of l)»»
V itt's Ltttle Early liisern. the famous
Single Headed I'olice ltill Killed.
ALBANY. X. Y., April 14.—The bill to
create a single headed police commis
sion in New York city, has been de
feated in the senate in committee of the
whole, by a vote of 1:3 to i0.
J. Sheer, Sedalia, Mo., conductor on
electric street car line, writes that his
little daughter was very low with croup,
and her life saved after all physioians
had failed, only by using One Minute
INDER BROS, are not behind the times in anything pertaining
to meat business. Their prices bear them out in this particu
if no other. We sell good, fresh
Meat at 4c 5c and 6c a
LARD, 3LBS FOR 25C
money if you are not satisfied with the purchase.
OVMTERN £5r per tyt. for balance of neaMon.
Other* well them nt 4©e.
References? Ask any of the ladies in the county when it comes
to buying lard they invariably say, "buy the lard of Frank and
Sam, If it is so necessary to have clean lard it is just as necessary
to have clean meats and clean sausage. You know what you pay, but
do you always know what you get? Buy
Decided to AdfMM Price*.
MONTREAL, April 14.—AT a meeting
of Canadian iron mining men and other
iron manufacturers held here it was de
cided to advance prices 10 to 80 per
cent in sympathy with the situation in
American aud English markets.
To Elect lHngl«j'i SoceeMor.
AUGUSTA, Me., April 14.—Governor
powers has issued the warrant for a
election to be held on June 19,
to choose a congressman from the Sec
ond district to succeed the late Nelson
*lafl Tiding" to Anthmn HoffwrB.
Foley's Honey and Tar gives quick and
positive relief. It, is the great remedy
for diseases of the respiratory organs
like Asthma, Bronchitis and Hoarseness.
Rocky Mout ifain Tea should be cue of
the toilet necessaries of every huly of
social prominence in the land. Keeps
the face bright aud sparkling.
FH VNK C. SMITH.
Kin* to Co-Operate Willi oils.
MADRID, April 14.—The government
has directed General Rios. Spain's prin
cipal commander in the Philippines, to
cooperate with Major Gen-ral Otis for
the evacuation of Sambonga and Sebula.
COOK «FC ODEE.
Kidney diseases are the most fatal of
all diseases. Foley's Kidney Cure a
guaranteed remedy or money refunded.
Bacon tocand i2^c
WE MAK:-: OUR OWN LARD.
FIFTEEN DIFFERENT KINDS OF HALT FISH,
7c to the finest Mackerel caught. Dill Pickles. Sauerkraut at 3c a lb.
Come in and receive one of our souvenirs free. We are always
glad to see you even though you don't buy. We are sure you'll be a
customer some day.
us! We refund your
from Codfish at
Don't Forget Louie,
The Laundry Boy. Leave your laundry at the opera house, or
he will call for it and promptly deliver your laundry at your
residence. Your .laundry can be left at the United States
press office on Tuesdays up to train time. Remember the bas*
ket goes Tuesday and returns Friday.
gfc- -A 9b
A-1 Flower Stands,
Nearly New, CHEAP.
Repairing of every kind.
Complete line of Gasoline
Stoves from $2.50 to $(.'.00.
Fine Linen cornier
I I. IQELBUD.
My New Stock of
n is now open and ready for
jf! your inspection. A larger
n ami finer stock than
Miss l. Grinder.
Telephone No. 31
are to be found.
Will place you in communi
cation with the S. Y. Hyde
the vary latest Styles and Shapes.
ALSO A FINE LINE
where you can
have orders for Coal promptly
tilled. They carry the very
best grades of Hard and Soft
Coal, and customers are al
ways pleased with weightH and
measures. Winter contracts
solicited. Prices the very low
est. Free delivery toaoy part
of the city.
Nobby Sack Su
^Suits For Ladie
ceived from New York a beautiful assorment of
Shrewd Buyers should inspect thei
We marked them low to sell them quid
J. J. Fitzgerald
lilfn for SOf.
Many people hare been oured of kidney
A Cool and
Refreshing Glass of
$8 60 $10.™ $12]
We have an
ally fine line
Sack Suits for
at $8.50, $10 an
The choicest a
ment of Worstl
eta iThe patten,
trimmed in the b(
new suit for
ours are sure to uJ
not'have them comfortable? we havel
kind that are pleasant they are grate!
the feet: the price is not high: see theml
We sell the celebrated "Roswelle
The best hat ever sold for $3. We guj
tee every hat.
Do you know
two-thirds of yo\
is spent in your s1
J. FITZ I KAL»££S£223B1253
ON'T you be the last person in the
world to find out where THE BEST
CAPES & JACKETS.
Before the discovery of
Cough Cure, ministers
disturbed by coughing j?
excuse for it now.
Choice Liquors and Cigars
W. F. GIOSSI, ®»f|ADl^'
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