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SPECIAL PRICES .TBKM8 OP.SUBSCRIPTION THIS WEEK ON LADIES, PES & WRENS THE DAILY LEADER. THURSDAYS OCTOBER 12, 1699. OFFICIAL PAPER OF CUT AND COUNTY. By mail. 1 jvur $4.00 By mail, 6 mouths 2.0' By mail, 3 months 1.00 By mail, 1 month 35 By caRWF, par week lo n A k'C JACKETS & LLUAN3 COLLARETTES. Just received an immense line for you to select from. Do not fail to look them over at •&M0RSE & MUNRO.xj L. —£s_ -fr- -fill J. F. STAUL, Proprietor. l'nion Keform Tirlwta For Supreme Judges— KDML'SD M1TH, Of Pennington Coutty *rULIA» BENNETT, Of Coaicglou County. C. B. MBMS'Km, Of Lincoln County. The following is Colouei Frost's fare-' well order to the South iJakota Regi-' uent, issued at San Francisco: Officers and men of the First South Dakota Infantry: We are about to sever our relations as officers and men, com-! mander and oomtnanded, and I desire to thank you for the discipline and valor, loyalty and endurance which won so many victories and withstood so many taiale. You have written a page in the history of your country and state which will shine as long as soldierly qualities appeal to the hearts of men. Your deeds, blended with the names of our heroic dead, can never be forgotten. You have been tried by the supreme test of man hood and can face the future without fear. Go to your homes, apply the same discipline and coustancy and win the victoriee of peace. A. S. FROST, Colonel Commanding. Iowa College of Ames ana the South Dakota University of Vermillion will furnish foot ball teams. to entertain the sioux City people on McKinley day. According to the South African Re public's ultimatum the Boers and Eng lish in the Transvaal and especially on the Xatal border, ought to be pounding ev?h other bright and early this morn ing. Now that President McKi«aley is com ing by way of Lake Preston and Mad ison. we presume the disappointed peo ple of Woonsocket and Mitchell will pe tition the pop railroad commissioners to have a "Y'' put in at Woolsey. How ever, it is not the usual plan to open the stable door after the horse is stolen. Pierre dispatch, 10: While a tow counties sent in liquor license money following the decision of the supreme court, suoh action has not been general on the part of the oounties which have delayed action. State Treasurer Soham- at Your Own Figure. If you are going to do any papering this fall it will pay you to get our prices. We are going to close out onr entire 'stock re gardless of cost, to make room for our selection made for the year 1000. We have a few complete patterns left and if yon come early you can have them at prices that will 4 astonish you. COOK & ODGE. 1 1 ber has issued a circular letter to the treasurers who have not responded, ask ing them to remit such tnoney in their hands and help relieve the treasury of the necessity of registering warrants. Sioux Falls i*rese, 11: H.W.Sawyer secretary of the South Dakota railway oommiseion, received a wire from Attor ney Null at Chicago yesterday stating that the Milwaukee railroad rate case to have been argued before the supreme oourt at Washington, D. C., on the 16th inst., has been postponed until the 30th of the present month on account of the absence of Chief Justice Fuller and Jus tioe Brewer. The Filipino army recently invaded the suburbs of Manila but Otis reports some splendid viotories in the past few days and the native army has been driven back four miles from the oity The baokbone of the enemy appears now to be broken and the war will be quiok ly over as soon as the dry season opens. The New York World, whioh is a gold standard advocate, and strong opponent of Mr. Bryan for the presidency, makes the following criticism of his campaign speaking: "In defendicg American principles and denounoing the wong, the hypoc risy and the danger of McKinley's pinch beck imperialism, Mr. Bryan is at his beet. No man now before the people can match the splendid eloquence, the biting irony, the blistering invective and the pitiless logic of Mr. Bryan's speeches on this subject. "At Keokuk he swept away the whole defense of McKinley's war in the Phil ippines with this single sentence: "'Must we keep these islands because Dewey sank a Spanish Hdet? Schley sank one, and we promise to free Cuba.' "To the Chadbandish cant that the Hanna-McKinley purpose in the Phil ippines is to elevate and improve the inhabitants, Mr. liryan scornfully re plied: 'Republicans give these reasons for imperialism: Money in it, God's in it and we're in it. When I find a man who is trampling the rights of the people here I don't' believe he is going across the ocean to be good.' "Speaking on this question Mr. Bryan oarries the people with him. What a pity we could not have had a straight vote on this square issue!'' The war department at Washington has taken a tumble to itself and ordered that the censorship of dispatches at Manila be discontinued. This is more in keeping with the intelligence of a free and enlightened people. AMERICANS HOVE NEW YORK, A' General Advance Along ftie Lines in Luzon Is Now Under Way. Lawton and MacArthnr Both Moving Their Forces North ward. General Schwan's Column Had a Hard March to Reach Malabon. Oct. 12.—A sptdol to The Herald from Washington says: A general advance along tue American lines in Luzon has been begun, and war department officials expect reports of some heavy fighting within the nest few days. Official dispatches 1 4 11 received and not made public show that both Generals Lawton and MacArtliur are moving northward with their forces, the pur pose being to get control of the railroad and the important towns as far in.it li as possible. Eventually, it is intended to send an expedition by water to Lin gayen, near the northern terminus of the railway, so as to flank the enemy. This expedition, however, will not start uutil additional troops have ar rived. Meanwhile the divisions under Lawton and MacArthur will push to the north as far as they can. It is this northward movement of the American forces that probably ac counts for the great activity of the in surgents south of Manila. SAN FRANCISCO DE MALABON, Oct. 1J. —General Schwan's column, approac h ing this town, marched through a coun try so muddy that all the mules col lapsed. He occupied the town without fighting, the insurgents retreating un der cover of the creek beds. Later, reconnoitering in force southward, General Schwan came upon trenches where hidden insurgents poured several volleys upon the general and h:s staff. The rebels resisted stubbornly. The reconnoiterers, consisting of (.'at tain Geary's battalion of the Thirteenth regiment and two guns of Riley's bat tery, drove the insurgents two miles, fighting all the way. They found a field piece and several wounded and sick Filipinos flving red flags, and ca: tured 2.} insurgents, including three ficers. Many Filipino dead were strewn along the fields. The Americans' total loss was one officer and seven wounded. General Schwan's main column started at daylight along a fearful road on the left#bauk of the river, flaj^k.-rs being thrown far out and Major Budd's battalion on the right bank covering the flank, rendering the fire from the insurgent treuches ineffective. Major Budd returned to Santa Crux before dark. The natives seem to be, general ly, supporters of the insurrection and a few have arms. There was much fir ing at American soldiers from the na tive huts. General Schwan spent the night at Malabon. Captain Geary Dead. WASHINGTON, Oct. 12.—General Otis has cabled the war department an nouncing the death of Captain Wood bridge Geary, Thirteenth infantry. He died at a o'clock a. m. at San Francisco de Malabon, from gunshot wounds re ceived in a reconnaissance toward Buena Vista Tuesday. PRECIOUS BROOM CORN. Selling at SlOO Per Ton and Expected to Go Higher. CHARLESTON, Ills., Oct. 12.—This has been a day of excitement on the broom corn belt of Illinois. Brush reached the coveted price of $100 per ton. Three crops in this vicinity were sold during the day at this figure and was refused by several growers. That prices will still advance is conceded by well in formed persons. A conservative esti mate says that three-quarters of this year s crop is already sold. Many or ders from foreign buyers to local bro kers have been refused, because the brush was not to be had. This is the first time in 10 years that the fanners have been able to control the market. Forest Firea Kit Insula had. SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 12.—The forest fire which has raged for two days on the slopes of Mount lamalpis, threatening the towns of Mill Valley and Lockspur and many costly country residences, has been extinguished by a timely rain. California Town Wiped Oat. MOJAVK, Cul., Oct., 12.—Fire almost totally destroyed the business portion of the town. Ono store remains and but one eating house. Practically noth ing was saved froia the business houses and hotels. Iv»t plenty, Kodo! Dynpesia Cure will digest what you eat. It cures all forms of dyspepsia and stomach troubles. E. R. Gamble, Vernon, Tex., says, "It re vived me from the n'art and cured me. 11. ia no w my everlasting friend COOK & ODEK. The only way to cure oonstipatidn it to remove the cause. That can be done by taking Rocky Mountain Tea, the only absolute cure. 35 cents. FRANK C. SMITH. "It did me more good than anything I ever used. My dyspepsia was of mo iths'standing after eating it «M terrible. Now I am well, writes S. B. Keene, Hoisington, Has., of Kodol Dys pepsia Cure. It digests what you eat. COOK & HARD ft SOFT Odvic. IN LARGE SUPi'M. Best Quality of If you want a dray order it from HUBBELl BROS. COAL The best grades of HARD -SOFT COAL For Sale by the S Y HYflF expense Bargain Seekers Will Not Hesitate. Style, Quality, Fit, BUSVATOB 1. NIUL COMPANY. Prompt Delivery to any part of the city. WM. FINTZEL, LOCAL AGENT. 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