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(LISBRD 1890. rnor jtDSOWTEnr'PvRE stokes the food mom delicious and wholesome WWII S«WWO POWOTW CO.. WFW YOU. GREAT_WORK |That Battle With and Con ner Dirt and Disorder in Cities r»renter Victories Than hose Who Destroy Fleets tad Armies. ,e of American [. in Municipali- Session—Golden Role (government. iutw. N. Y., 8ejfc, 10.—The (annual convention of the League Wan Municipalities opened here f4lt0 delegates it* attendance, and more are expected daring the K|Avor M»'*uire of Syracuse made VMre*« 1 Roosevelt, who was to have [red the address of welcome to the telegraphed that he ct 1 conld not be nner Mayor Samuel L. ,f Columbus, O.. president of a.ue, responded to the address of .e. In bis annual address, Presi ikack said: If,, are not here to loee ourselves in aud abstract speculations, urpov is only a practical one. eul vntli the human life we seek vintf it to suffer it to run its nat iwjrw. unchecked and nnhain by disease. We aim to work this liisjt.•aing of such severely prac qms.ti.ms as garbage disptwal, kr supply, civil service reform, ki regulations and similar rneae- Niither the physician nor the vr ..f the gospel go before us in IhuuuuiUirian character of their Is Ontl Vlet»ry. other* working along this in linTouae the general effect of •-.lith and happiness of the mill who dwell in cities, we have i a victory, compared to which -•(traction of a fleet or an army is r.hin«. Sinco the last meeting of ^uie our people have beou called i undertake or at least to regu I the government of cities in new ptries, and in Havana, Santiago. anl other cities of tho East I West Indu s, our vigorous soldiers .uhiuMHtratora are enforcing the rinciple* ,.f our municipal system -anluu'ss and order—whatever plans |]r jKwd and whatever hopes wo the hulk of our voters are not :.ite upon municipal affairs ami nut informed of the advantages an secure by a pro|K»r exercise of •iutlra^vs. Tho voter should be :-t what he can secure by intelli v,,tiu^. This must be done by the 1- sson ainl example of other cit r- so much has been done for the larg««. Tell the voters what ^r. and put your examples in 1 Uorete." '"inta. (»a., is represented by a l* ilei. nation which is tnakiug great rr*"'have the next convention. i'aul and Milwaukee are also bid fc 'or tl»e convention. "(•oldrii Kale Government." I'run ipal address was made by Jones of Toledo, O., upon Mihject: "New Patriotism a ''^1 Uule Oovernmont." He said girt: it stands today it is simply can wy that the word patriotism is lI:,,|t IHxjple a meaningless jingle, "He conception they have being as 'ted with red fire, bunting, flags, ^ackpru and Fourth of July. The I^triotiwni, however, is the old rno,i*iii. The flag, the Stars and Htill fll'OS, represent the love of mill- l,,,t we have been so busy in the Se been so busy in after wealth that any just con- iter wealth that any just Jv°" is well nigh lost in the hurly i» (,f the scramble. I lllll o 1 1 have reached the point where we ering that wild beast ethics °t f?ood enough upon which to disoov K'riuanent and enduring repub The ethics of the wild b«ast, the Vfll of the strongest, shrewdest and In,'aiiost w,r have been the inspiration materialistic lives during the fl'iarter of a century. This fact in n»tural history has brught us today face with the inevitable result, tinVw a nat*°A y' rs arw in which a few are a ^ew are in what might be Kii)I e)|"^ur^ablo rircumstances. vast Iropertyless 1 aud millions Pauperism and crime. Certainly liii ,!!lIull,le petuou will contend that r,!:i«(n U)lo ^Ltl'" ^Qjil thM we.have Veeu strug- RAKING iPoWDflt gling for that the inequalities that characterize our rich and poor repre sent the ideas that the founders of this republic saw when they wrote that 'all men are created equal.' And the new patriotism is tho love of the millions that is already planning for and open ing the way to better things, to a con dition of life under this government when every child born in it will have equal opportunity with every other child to live the best possible life that he or she can live. "The step* most likely to contribute to bringing about the tatter days and better times for which we all loug are. to my mind, those thing that will unify the people that will serve to weld them together into one cominou mass those things that will help them to un derstand the oneness or solidarity of so ciety and the things that are the great est hindrance to this sort of develop ment are all these agencies that serve to sparate the people into fragments, that kept alive the tires of hatred with in their bosoms, tend to make them hate rather thau to love each other. All these agencies are the enemies of prog ress and liberty and staud directly .-v athwart the path of freedom. Chief i welcome to the city.' among them, and the one agency above •11 others that the patriot should seek to overcome in the municipality, the state and nation are partisan i on A partisan pontics.' BONDS FOR CONDUCTORS. to Pr» Oreat Northern Takw MiuirN toct Itaolf From Loa*. ST. PACU fc^ept. 20.—Conductors oc the Great Northern have recently been notified that they are expected to here after furnish a bond in the sum ot $1,000 to indemnify the company against any loss that may be incurred through their fault. The conductors residing in St. Paul received notices to complj with this request, and in addition this identification blanks were sent, which are to be filled out and returned These blanks are similar to those re quired of employes of all express com panies. Fiftj»foar Now I'tMi KEY WEST, Fla.. Sept. 20-Fifty-four new cases of yellow fever have been re ported in the past 43 hours and deaths, making a total number of cases to date 302 aud 1? deaths. A STRINGENT FOOD LAW. Prohibits the Use of Arsenic or Alnm in All Articles of Diet. The law enacted by the Missouri leg islature, a oopy of which was recently published in our columns, and whioh prohibits the manufacture or sale of any article intended for food or to be need in the preparation of food, which contains alum, arsenic, ammonia, etc. places that state in the lead in the mat ter of sanitary legislation. Laws restrict!DR the use of alum in bread have been in force in Englaud, (.Germany aud Franoe for many years. Iu this country, in Minnesota, Wiscon sin, Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and sev eral other atatee, direct legislation in reference to the sale ot alum baking powders has also been effected. In sev eral of these states their sale is prohibi ted unless they are branded to show that they contain alum, and in the dis trict of Columbia, under the laws of congress, the sale of bread containing alum has been made illegal. Following are the names of tome of the brands of baking powder sold in this vioiui'y whioh are shown by recent analysis to contain alum. Housekeep ers and grooers should out the list out and keep it for refereooe: Halt la* Pswders 'en«alnl»K AIbm» S i t'ontain Alum. M«nf. Baking Pw«er Co., Cblcsjjo HON U HOTEL by .Contain Alum l*V™* ,*:«n?SwAI Url®r", t'001er .VcJnlai.1.?Ainm. M»n'f. by'Held,'Muniock A Co., Chicago. FIIH'AOO YBA8T CoaUin Alum. Msnf. by Chspmsn Smith ^^n^it.m. "toSR• Al«m- M.nl l.j -*l'°•' rajfo The housekeeper should bear in mind that alum makes a oheap baking pow d.r. It co... two «.DU. tovni whU.orMmott«rt«roort. thirt). Th. quality of the powiiw i. therefor. ».»• ally indicated by tb» entlemen, Look suit the oustomer. of "^our ithv pnoe. These ins motion. Call in ana see f-, Prices mmt $40 to $55. TO NEGOTIATE Agnin&ldo Requests Permission to Stud Officers to Confer With Otis. Willing to Release the Ameri" can Prisoners He No*. Holds. Too Much Importance Not to E: Attached to the Coming Conference. WASHINGTON, Sept. 20.-—A cablegram has been received at the war depart ment from Ueueral Otis, relative to the American prisoners in the hands of the insurgents. General Otis says that Uentnyl MacArthur has been ap proached by a prominent Filipino, whe asked if he were willing to enter intc nepotiations with Aguinaldo for the re lease of American prisoners held by the Filipinos. He also asked whether Gen eral MacArthur would permit a Fili pino army officer to pass through the American lines in order that he might confer with General Otis. While nc names are mentioned in the dispatch, it is inferred that included in the list ol American prisoners to whom the nego tiations relate are Lieutenant Gilmore and the 15 men of the Yorktown wli were captured by the insurgents on the east cuast of Luzon, Major Rockefeller, who was captured lievond the Amer ican lines one niifht shortly after hi* arrival in the Philippines and about half a dozen private soldiers who have Veil reported missing. The text of the dispatch as just made public by the war department is as fol lows: "MacArthur reports from Angeles visit of two insurgent officers with re quest for permission to send into our lines American prisoners and to send Manila prominent insurgent general of ficer for conference. The requested iu terview granted and iusurgent officer. in Angeles return north this morniug with information." Should H* Taken WUb Caution. Alluding to General Otis dispatch re garding a conference with the insur gents three of the cabinet members, af ter the cabinet meeting, agreed in ex pressing their opinion that too much significance should not be attached U Aguinaldo's proposals. Secretary Rout himself said that so many similar con ferences iu the past have come to naught, that he doubted very iiiuoh whether this one meant anything to ward the establishment of peace ami good order in the islands. LIEUTENANT MILEY DEAD. Inspector G«n«r*l at Manila Succumbi to Typbald K«ver. WASHINGTON, Sept. 20.—Lieuteuant Colonel John D. Miley, inspector gen eral of volunteers, is dead at Mauila. The information reached the war de partment iu a telegram from General Otis. His death was due to cerebral meningitis, atteudant ou typhoid fever. Colonel Miley's rank in the regulai army was first lieutenant, Second ar tillery. THEY WILL BE SHOT, Cottd«mn*d by Co«rt«a»rttal foi Assaulting Filipino Woman. WASHINGTON. Sept. 80.- Private* Damphofer aud Canine, sentenced ti death by courtuiartial for assaulting Philippine women, will not receive any mercy At the hands of the president. The sentence of the courtmartial will be carried out as soon, a? the proceed- S N v S s s y v y- y yr- y Wednesday, Sept. 13th, Free during the exhibit. inga and findings in the two cases can be reviewed and approved by him, un less there should be soma irragolaritj •bout the proceedings. Trnnafer CntUr SofUftllllfc YTASHIM»TON. Sept. ^0.—The war de partment has approved the action of General Otis in refusing to allow Span ish ships to go to ports controlled by the insurgents to take away Spanish prisoners. These ships, however, will be allowed to proceed to such ports un der the escort of vessels of the United States. The trau.nfer of the Spanish prisoners to the ships will be under the direction and control ot United States officers. HONORS FOE FUNSTON. Ortal TIB* In Store for tho Twontlotb Kaaiu on R*tarn« TOPEKA, Kan., Sept. 'JO.—General Funston and his Twentieth regiment will be accorded a great reception on their return to Topeka from the Philip pines. A committee appointed by Gov ernor Stanley two weeks ago met here I and perfected all arrangements. Gov ernor Stanley and committee will meet and welcome the regiment at San I Francisco and escort it by special trains to Topeka. General Russell A. Algei will be here to address the soldiers, and Brigadier General Hudson will re- i ceive the flags and turn them over to the state. Arc you frequently hoarse? Do you have that annoying tickling in your throat? Would you feel relieved if you could raise something? Does your cough annoy you at night, and do you raise more mucus in the morning? Then you should always keep on hand a bottle of If throat you cannot be too careful. You cannot begin treatment too early. Each cold makes you more liable to another, and the last one is always harder to cure than the one before it. Br.Uer'scierrg Kcttni Mailer praiccts Hemp ins cam. Help at Hand. If you have any complaint whatever and desire the best medical advice you can pos sibly obtain, write the doctor freely. You will receive a prompt reply. Address, DR. Path} Center. XADISON, SOOTH DAKOTA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1899. PRICE FIVE CESTS. ARRIVED! JEWEL STEEL RANGES At McDonald Bros. The Grand Exhibit will begin SB Five Cents a pack age. Wi you have a weak J. C. AVER, Lowell, Mass. shoes w Remember the plaoe is at W- J* DAHL & CO. v AND Given away With each sale of a range during the week, a boiler, stew pan, steel spider, delft coffee pot, delft tea kettle, set knives and forks. Washing Hachine to the lady who bakes the best biscuit and makes the best coffee on Jewel 5teel Range. Bicycle to the young miss who bakes biscuit the quickest and best. Everybody invited to attend the exhibit. Hot Coffee and Hot Biscuits served if f\ 1 McDonald S.-.N r'S.-. -N N N •..NV N --N N X, N \,-X N: s,-SX-'5S-u3S^N n N N N Oiu. B. KEIOTDY Presideo State Bank, For wounds, burns, scalds, sores, skin diseases and all irritating eruptions, nothing so soothing and healing as De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Mre.^ Emma Bollee, Matron Englewood Nursery, Obicago, says of it: "When all elee fails in healing our babies, it will oure." COOK ODER FARMER & FARMER, ATTORJlEYS fPMffSElOBS AT lAW Offioein Syndicate Wook No doubt you aU want a pair ot Fine Fall Shoes. We have just received tne largest wid mostoomplete line of Men's Fine Shoes that ever came to this oity. This goods are made upimaUthe latest^tylesand of aUkmdsof y- v CARLOAD OF ^SNE WEEK. Bros. THE flADISON fladison, S. D. A GENERAL BASKING J. H. WiLUAmoi President. MJSIXKSS Farm Lo&ns at LoWfst •^RATES^ Uneeda Biscuit—a new form of Soda Biscuit, crisp, tender and delicious. Serve with every meal take a box with you on your travels splen did for sandwiches per fect for picnics une qualed for general use. Good food for everybody. Made to eat, not to keep. TRANSACTED Untitfa" is our Trade mark. Moisture spoils biscuit to preserve and deliver to the consumer our new and splendid Un«eda Biscuit, as crisp, tender and delicious as when fresh from the oven, we have originated this moist ure proof package. Carefully remove the wrapper serve in this package. After the biscuit are eaten, you have a lunch box for •chool children. Patents pending. Preserves A f— frultx, jeHle*, pickles ore" .n fA more e&Mlj-, more quiet. ', nv healthfully 6eu'.nl villi iter*. «. Pnmilln® wm t!un by ftti' metbi*l. Dozous ct other uscaWin. '""'"Refined Paraffins W as In ev^ry tvnisohol1. It O tttBteh ani olnrloss—iilr, v pri'.if. G»'t n txior.il ctw It wItft I'-^t of tw tiaay from voor druotlRtor (irocer. buii erervwher*. MHJo v STANDARD Oil. («.