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We have an elegant line of Gordon & Ferguson's 1'nion Ke Turin Ticket. For supreme Judges— EDMUND SMITH, Of 1'eLQinftM CoiLtj JfLlAJf 18ENNKTT, Of CodiLgtOU CoQBtJ". C. B, khNNKin, Of Lincoln Cuontjr. For County ommiMioner- PAT TIEKNKY, Secoml district, Like County Next Tuesday. November 7, no matter how tine or how bad, short of a blizzard, every reform voter n Lake county should go to the polls and register his vote., casting a ballot for the union reform candidates for the supreme bench—Edmund Smith. Cornelias B. Kennedy and Juliau Bennett. The voters of the Second commissioner dis trict of this county—Madison, Lakeview and Franklin should do likewi-e for PatTierney, th« reform nominee for commissioner. These men constitute all the ticket of the reform forces to be voted for this fall. A ticket of cleaner and more capable men for the respect ive positions wag never placed before the people. The personal and private record of every one of them is a worthy example to any community. Their fidel ity to public trust, for they have all been tried in otlio.al position, has never been found wantiug. It has ever been a record of efficiency and protection for the people. The importance, yes, the emergency, of the election next Tuesday is such that every reform voter in Lake county should get out to the polls and vote. The duties of the supreme bench protect our rights as individuals, citi /ens, and property holders, as against the encroachments and exactions of corporations and political and industrial combinations. Better men for carrying out these duties to the people could not have been nominated. It is your duty, voter?, to see thit they are elected. .So far ftB jour personal welfare and pros perity are concerned this is the most importaut state election that occurs. Ilev. D. B. Scqtt, Congregational min ister at Sioux Falis for the past seven JM?are, has resigned his charge. Dr. Scott has been a prominent factor in Sioux Falls f-ocial and religiou? life, and •ven thrughout the state, he being a strong and able man. His resignation came with much surprise and no reason given, though it is conjectured to be the result of frictiou over the doings of the recent carnival in that city. ihe second trial of Joe Kirby of SiotiT Va.ia for receiviog stolen postage stamps is reported to have been the hardest fought case ever heard in the federal court in Sioux Falls. It closed Satur day evening and the jury did not return until 10 a. m., yesterday. One of the jurors, Suiber of Woolsey, went insane under the strain and worry of the oase, vhich also caused no little excitement. State warrants are now being register ed for want of money in the treasury to pay them when presented. They draw seven per ceut and pass readily at their face value. The state will be loser by the amount of the interest for a few months until the general fund is replen ished by incoming revenue. The repub licans wanted the banks to get this in terest by negotiating with them for an issue of emergency warrants at a two per cent of interest less, but the govern or thought it hardly worth while. As it i« now, those entitled to the face of the warrants nan "et the interest instead of lolding them. The state if thousands of dollar* jer funds which might these warrants if a law led for just such emer FURS oi all kinds and they cannot be found elsewhere in Madison. If you want the best come and see them. A NEW LINE OF—*0 •^LADIES'1#-" Flannel & Silk Waists JUST RECEIVED. They are beauties and will surely please you. PRICES. $1.50 to $6.50-: •&MORSE & MUNRO. The DailvLeader. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1899. OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY. T8KM8 OP SL BBCRirriO* By mail, 1 v.ir f4.H0 By mail, ri m.T.th '.'.iti By nuiii, 3 months l.iio Bv mail, 1 month 35 By carrier, per week 10 J. P. STA8L, Proprietor. i gencies and the interest saved to the state, as for example, the school fund which alone has $200,000 it cannot now loui out. Our state lawmakers are not very far-seeing on the average or a sav ing might be made the state in such casee. Th# etittfoh and the newspaper have long been accorded the first place in es tablishing anew town in South Dakota and it may now be said they are the last of a town. On the day the Methodist parsonage after a long hard fight was moved from St. Lawrence to Miller that same day and night Editor Shober moved his newspaper plant to Highmore, and now St. Lawrence is said to be no more. Save only the name, all, all is gone. L- Jgg Lm Aberdeen News, 28: Gov. left Aberdeen this morning to go into the country to look over a uumber of bunches of cattle which he thinks of buying to ship to his farms in the south ern part of the state. He announced that he would return to the city this evening and remain here over Sunday. The governor has so far let slip no inti mation as to which of the tracts offered for the site of the normal school he is likely to approve. He now has three lo- cations under consideration, namely, the tract offered east of F. \V. Brooks' resi dence on West Hill, the one on the (irace land, east of the Northwestern track, and oue in the Highlands of ALer deen, for which S. C. Hedger, as the rep resentative of the Waldrou estate, made a formal tender late yesterday. This location, which lies north of the city, was also tendered the citizen®' commit tee last spring. Enjoyment of ltfe depends largely up on your liver. Rocky Mountain Tea will mnke a new one. Ureal medicine, makes healthy babies. FBANK C. SMITH. Real EHtate Trannrern Wm Bo web, nw,'4' sec 35-100 53.. Martin Larson and wife to drew Lee, se^ seo 27-108-51.... Sada Jones to Jas Shaw, n1^ uf w a blk 32, Kennedy's Second weeks In Lake coanty for the two ending October 25,18'J9. Furber and wife to 3 8 Carpenter, na3 w*£ of blk 5 Ken nedy's Ext to Madison 3 Wm Kennedy, et al to Gil martin, BW34 sec 28-108-51 Christian Peterson to Lake Center sohool township Ext to Madison McGillivray and wife to Jas Oreedon lots 12 and 13, Mc Gillivray'ssub div Outlots 605 2,COO 10 by 10 rods in ne corner of ne1^ sec 20-107-52 Albert Hanneman and wife to John Groce, BW4 see 31-108 54 Geo Baldwin to It Beeson, seo 20-105-53 •May E. Kennedy and husband to 3,7qp 1,*0« 3,300 500 6c K ltamon a J.50 Geo Baldwin to Chas Seid, of sej|, seo 20 and wx/z of sw^, seo 22, all in 105-54 Ellen Byrnes and husband to use." It •2.000 McGillivray lot 10, blk 4, Town Prop First Add to Madison E McBride and wife to Jos Denkhart, of sec 2, the nwof seo 11, the ne^ seo 3, in 105-54 and the avt}4 sec 35 10G-54 13,600 Earnest A Prince and wife to 1,150 Janet Prince, seo 35-100-52. 1 Rooky Mountain Tea should be one of the toilet, decessaries of ovary lady of social prominence in the land. Keeps )he face bright and sparkling. FRANK SMITH. Dr H. H. Haden, Summit, Ala., says, "I think Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a splendid medioine. I prescribe it, and my confidence in it grows with oontinued digAsts what you eat and quickly oures dyspepsia and indigestion. COOK & ODKB. A Mhort, Mad Mtory. A Cold. Neglect. Pnenmonia. Grief. Had Foley's Honey and Tar been used this story wonld have had a happier end ing. 25 and 50 cents. I_Z_JCIIKIH. SCHLTZ. HOBART WORSE Announced by His Family That the Vice President's Con* dition Has Undergone Marlw# Change for Worse Within a Few Hours. Mr. Hobart, Though Still Con scious, Believed to E Sinking. WIW YORK, Oct. 31.—The family CI Vice President Hobart, who is ill at ais home in Paterson, hag announced that the condition of the vice president i GAKRET A. UOD.U2& had wnflpfgone a mnrked change for the worse in the past few hours. At the time this information was given out, Mr. Hobart. though still conscious, was believed to be sinking. Dr. Will iam Newton, the family, physician. Mrs. Hobart and the nurses are con stantly at the vice president's leilside. FREE PASSES FOR FRIAKS. Govrnw of Guam Find* It Necotsary to leport All but On*. ASiiiNuTuN. Ocs. 31.—The navy de partment lias received a report from Captain Leary. the naval governor o! the island of Guam, in the Ladrones. which has excited a good deal of inter est among the officials to whom it ha been exhibited. The president himself has read the report, his interest Wim particularly attracted by the disclos ure of the fact that the tirst American governor of the island has already bveu obliged to adopt heroic measures to ensure a proper administration of af fairs there. (. aptain Leary soon learned that his authority as governor was be ing subverted and every one of the measures of reform which he proposed was being defeated by the hostile in fluence of the friars. They resisted very decree, no matter of what charac ter, from a spirit of intense conserva tism, and a belief that any disturbance of the order of things which had gov erned the island for so many year would cause them to lose their hold upon the natives. After exhausting all other means to overcome this influence, Captain Leary reports that he was obliged to notify half a dozen of tin friars that they might have free trans portation away from Guam, and he would expect them to avail themselves of the offer. That left but one triar 011 the island and he was a man whose character and reputation was such as t, convince Captain Leary of his fitness to remain. TRADE RIGHTS ASK ED. Amcritu Demand* of th* rower* la th* UiTialoD of China. CHICAGO, Oct. 31. —A special to The Times-Herald from Washington says: The United States has demanded from the government of Russia, Germany and France assurances that in their division of China into zones of political domination or spheres of influence the trade rights of citizens of this country shall be fully respected. These de mands are pretty sure to be acceded to and as soon as the necessary correspond ence can lie passed between Washing ton and the three European capitals it is not doubted that the desired assur ance will be given by the governments named. FREE FIRST OFFENDERS. Advlc* of a HinUter frpealclng on Prison Kflorw, INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Oct. 31—Rev. J. A. Milburn, in his sermon upon prison reform, took the position that the first offenders should go free, except incases Jf murder, and should not he taken in the patrol wagon. Justice courts, he holds, should be ojen night and day for immediate hearing, crime being a dis ease. For second offenses sentence should be imposed under the indeter minate law, and prisons .should be graded, in the line of reform rather than of punishment. lor William's VUlt. WINDSOR, Oct. 31.—Preparations are being made at Windsor CWlo for the visit of Emperor William of Germany, who is due to arrive here Nov. yo. His majesty will occupy the same state apartments as ho did in lH'Jl. He will biing a considerable suite with him. \ou ought to know when suffering from any kidney trouble that a safe, sure remedy is Fo1«y'B Kidney Cure. Guaranteed or money refunded. Cuius. ScHUlZ. 7 LaOrippe, with its after effects, an nually destroys thousands of people. It may be quickly cured by One Minut* Cough Cur*, the only remedy that pro duces immediate resul'e in coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, pneumonia and throat and lung troubles. It will prevent Coo* eumptipi* COOK ft OofB. I111'"" I i Golf Capes Capes 'Jackets Flleece Lined, best made per suit .Scotch Underwear per suit 1 All Wool Underwear per suit 3 The New and Attractive v The latest creations in Fashionable Fall liineig Newa\ elveta, Ribbons, etc. A complete stock of the most appropriate millinery for ear autumn Wear. MISS L. GRINAGER k THE mili,ixkk. Tom Carey's i tr'zrnrsszzj* is the most satisfactory place in the city to bt^jp Fancy &*Family Groceries. a K very thing [new and fr«$h 9 and prices that cannot Ibe duplicated. Prompt delivery, a (lood weight* ®ftod measimt.^ perfect satisfaction. FresdnaiEiiryiij TOM CAREY. aBflBBBWBaaniMini}n|||. i'M! I'lireiiiMiiiM iiimwwiuiw.'i'j "iiiuiiinwik THE DOLLARS will roll after a good thing. Yof thrift hold theln back. Th chasing after our bargains. It is to your interest not to hesitate but come and be convinced, and we guarantee to prove it in a very shot space of time. LITTLE PRICES ,,1- We have a few Jackets and Capes left, from otir special itfe, that are going for a song, and we will do the singing, i Yours for Business, FwsALEBy N, D. McGILUVBAY.. DANGER! BEWARE? This is the season of the year that you are most apt to catch cold and contract diiej improper protection against the changes of the elements. He prepared to meet the wearing the proper apparal. You need a good Cape, Jacket, Collarette, Fleece-lined Vndorwear. See what you can do at my store. $15 to $22 $6 to$12 $3.50 to $14 GENTS UNDERWEAB.. [ait It Mavrd H«-r Life. Miss Mamie Smith, Middlesloro, Kjr., writes: My little sinter find the croup very bad. I gave her several doses of Fole's Honey aud Tar and phe was in stantly relieved. It saved her life. CII HIS. ScHCTZ. STILES] $1.00 .60 2.00 If you are going to do any papering will pay you to get our pricea. ey Collarettes Muffs Blanket Shawls Fleece Lined. Natural Wool 'argest line of Ladies' SKIRTS and SHIRT WAISTS, in fai wool and silk, in the city to be closed at reduced prices to diminish jstock. Don't forget you get all these bargains at J. J. FITZGERALD Wail Paper W e are going to close out* our entire stock n- fftMless of cost, to make loom for [our selection made for the year WOO. W e have a few complete patterns left Gome early you can have them at prices tlmt astonish you. nr£ I u Uion fijj Muff, Shim 1 $4 to |j $1 to $71 $2 tod LADIES, MISSES A- CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR. 25c, r* r»0c, 7.V. sl.iHIi#j| The Leading Merchant in Town. at Your Own Figure. this Jfall and if COOK & 0DEE. Chas Kaufman Br Custom Shoes for Men. Styles and shapes may change with the season and the fashion—but the comfort and staunch wearing quali ties of Selz Custom Shoes—Never. Buy one pair of Selz Shoes and the limit of the purchasing power of your money is reached. It repre scnts the greatest shoe sati&fac tion possible to realize. Look for the sign of "Selz" It marks the Popular Dealer. Selz Shoes for Men,- ato— Aik for fc« "BJSTTTCI.- Sell, Schwab & S«u BojralBhM." UfpwMaaabctsmssf BoeMsaSko«s|ab y®: Chi 1 ci*'