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i Breakfast Food. Quaker White Oais. S' IMiTraiivmiiHra treated THE in the past. By mail, 1 voar $4.00 By mail, rt nnji.th* 2.IO By mail, 3 mouths !.* By mail, 1 month 3R By carrier, per week In 9. F. 8TAUL, Proprietor. It ta Mpected at Washington that Gen. Otis will be able to report to-day the collapse of the Filipino war for in dependence so that the president may incorporate the information in his mes sage to oongrecs to-morrow. This ought mt to be a difficult matter for Gen. Otis to do, he has done it so frequently be fore. Dead wood Masons are tfttfrttig of re Tiving their pr j-ct to build a $10,000, Masonic Temple, the foundation of which V*! built U 1 ftarry Rogers, a Black Hills horsethief and all around tough, recently sentenced to two years in the penitentiary by Judge Moore, CMuuiitted suicide on the train west of Sioux City while being brought tby a sheriff and deputy to Sioux Falls last week. He borrowed the deputy's pocket knife to clean his finger nails and cuc his throat as he sat in a car seat The ccach-full of passengers were horror stricken when they saw the bloody sight. The desperado made a lunge for the conductor who happened to sit across the aisle from him, but the sheriff held him back at the point of two revolvers. He then stabbed himself des perately 10 the neck several times with the pocket knife, fell on the floor of the ear face downward and in a few mom ents was dead. Thus was the peni- At the last meeting of the state rail road commission the Milwaukee, Great Northern and Chicago and Xorthwest ern railroads were ordered to construct a "V" at Aberdeen. The Great Xorthern goad was ordered to put in a crossing over its trarks in Hamlin county near Hazel. The roads were given until May 1, K O, to comply with these orders. Eaoh railroad company doing business in the state has been requested to furn ish the commission with a schedule of the amount of business hauled into the state and also of a schedule of the amount of busines hauled out of the •tate. Tne administration organs hare beard ef three ministers who endorsed tbe war made upon tbe Filipinos, in their Thanksgiving sermons and they are giv ing the said ministers an immense sf T—•y-i-T——-?—•?- Good Things to Eat AT MORSE & MUNRO First Prize Buckwheat Flour 5c per lb. fure Maple Syrup, $1.25 per gallon. Pure Sugar Syrup, 00c per gallon. White Sugar Drip?, 40e per gallon* Honey Drips, 35c per gallon. Oatmeal Wafers. Cheese Straws. Cheese Sandwiches. Yitos. Wheat Wafers. Sheddee Whole Wheat Biscuits Clover Honey. iXone Such Mince Meat. Sill) cans Elegant Mince Meat. Graham Biscuits. Clarksville Apple Cider right Mocha A* Java Coffee at 35c— Try it and you wiU use no other. Leave your next grocery order with us. We can please you ill price and quality. MORSE & MUNRO. J. P. NISSEN & SON. Having bou gtit the Palace Meat Market, we will take possession about December 1. We will endeav or to treat patrons in Thanking you in advance for your patronage, we we respectfully yours, DAILY LEADER. MONDAY. DECEMBER 4. 1891#. OFFICIAL PAPER OF CliY AND COUNTY. THKM8 UP SUBSCRIPTION J. P. NISSEN & SON. "v:m- '•T" The new tinil of a gold mine in the Black Hills by Otto Grantz has realized him well in a few short mouths. He has already bonded his claim through Den- administration than have yet ocuurred W capital s's for tl.O-XM j. under the populist regime, bat Dr. Mead kept them quiet. He did not believe the A 13-year old son of Win. Traille ofjtf®Der,d public could run the hospital Yankton and two other lads were bur- half as well as he could. rowing into the side of a cut or sand bank the other day for petrefactione, when a land slide took place from the top of the bank, burying and killing young Traille, throwing one of the other boys about ten feet and breaking his leg. The third escaped unhurt. tentiary and perhaps ultimately the' gal- last few months, went down in defeat lows, cheated out pf a victim. '1 Saratoga Flakes. New York Full Cream Cheese. Bulk Olives. The finest Dried Fruits. Canned Goods of all kinds. Wisconsin Hickory A: Walnuts. New York Apples. from the press, and our 406 .a-—^ A the future as they have been !:T ':i amount of free complimentary advertis ing. One of the preachers was Mr. Mo Kinley's Washington pastor. Huronite: The Yankton insane asylum is now the scene of a good sized populist row. (Quoting the above the Yankton Press ami Dakotao remarks: That is to say, that the row exists just under the hate of a lot of Yankton county republicans who have lost fat jobs at the hospital and oaunot bear to see anyone else filling these positions. Worse things happened at the lusune hospital under Ur. Mead'* Howard is u iug to have a new state bauk, T. H. Hadelitf and H. M. Hanson being incorporators with a mpital of *10,000. Hon'o Thi*. We offer one hundred dollar* reward for any cafe of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney 6c. Co., Props. Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be lieve him perfectly honorable in all business transactions aud financially able to oarry oat any obligations made by their firm. West [ic Truat, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, (J. J1 all's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price 75c. p«r bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimonials free. Hall's family Pills are the best. J. D. Bridges, Editor "Democrat," Lancaster, X. H., says, "One Minute Cough Cure is the beet remedy for croup I ewr used." Immediately relieved nud cures coughs, oDldp, croup, bHthrnH, pneumonia, bronchitis, grippe and til! throat and lung troubles. It prevents consumption. ^'OOK & ODKE. LaQrippe, with its after effects, an nually destroys thousands of people. It may be quickly cured by One Minute Cough Cure, the only remedy that pro duces immediate results in coughs, colds croup, bronchitis, pneumonia and throat and lung troubles. It will prevent con sumption. COOK & ODES. Lut of tbe KnglUhmen Whipped. NEW YORK, Dec. 4.—Dave Wallace, the last of the cargo of English fighters which was imported here within th« like his predecessors at the Broadway Athletic club. Joe Bernstein of New York placed several blows on Wallace'* face and body and in exactly 73 seconds the Englishman lay prostrate, unable to come to time. nmoiD 'treaty Signed, WASHINGTON, Dec. 4.—The treaty foi the partition of the Samoan islands was signed at the state department at 8:30 o'clock p. in, Girls expect remedies to work miracles in a day's time. Beautifying changes comes slow. Keep on taking Rooky Mountain Tea. 'Twill make tbe face fair and blooming. PBAXK SMITH. "I had dyspepsia fifty-seven year* and never found 1 ornaAreot relief till I used Kodol Dysyepsia Cure. Now I am well and feel like a new man, writes 8. Fleming, Murray, Neb. It is the beet digeetant known. Cures ell forme of in digestion. Physicians everywhere pre scribe it. Coos & ODES, WAS A BIG BLUFF Lieutenant Monroe Telegraphed a Demand For Surrender to Camp, Following It Up With a Force ftf'-Qnly Fifty—But It Worked. Filipino General Gave Vp Eight Hundred Men and Seventy Spaniards. NEW YORK, Dec. 4.—A dispatch to The Herald from Manila says: The surrender of General Conau and 800 in surgents at Bayonbong to Lieutenaut James E. Monroe of the Fourth cavalry, was the reeult of a remarkable display of courage and "bluff" on the part of the American officer. Lieutenant Monroe had only 50 men with him, and all possible reinforce ments were far in his rear. He com municated by telegraph with the insur gent leader, stating that he was ready to move on Bayonbong at once with a large force unless he received the un conditional surrender of the rebels. The lieutenant wired south fv»r rein forcements, but 24 hours before they reached him he went to Bayonbong with his little escort of half a hundred men and General Conan surrendered tc him. MANILA, Dec. 4.—General Conan has surrendered bOO officers and men with rifles, 7 American aud 70 Spanish pris oners and the garrison at Bayombong. province of Xueva Viscava, to Lieuten ant Monroe with 50 men of the Fourth cavalry. WASHINGTON, Dec. 4.—Considerable interest is felt here in the news that the insurgents at Bayombong have just surrendered, particularly as the num ber is said to exceed that captured by the United States troops at auy one time, liayoinbong is the city to which Aguinaldo at one time contemplated retreating for the pnepose of locating the rebel capital after he was forced tu flee from Tarlac, but the American troops pressed him so hanl that he wa#= unable to curry out his intention. No information regarding the surrender has boen received at the war depart ment. WASHINGTON, Dec. 4.—General Oti# informs the war departuieut of the sur render of liayonbuug, in the fulluwiay dispatch: "Report received that Bayonboag, with Province Neuva Viscaya, surren dered Nov. «!8 to Lieutenaut Monroe, Fourth cavalry, who commanded ad vance scouts on Cwrangalan train (-as sisting of 50 men Fourth cavalry, and 3 native scouts. Insurgent General Canon surrendered entire fcrce, num bering but1 men. armed with Mausers, and number officers 70 Spanish and American prioners secured and pr li able considerable insurgent property/' UDTTER FKOM WHEELEli, Twenty Tribe* In Lnaoii and Few Wotrtd Submit to ABUinalde* WASHINGTON. Dec. 4.—General Joe Wheeler, in a i»ers«n«il lett»r received here, dated Angeles, Luzon, says: "There are more than 2U different tribes in this island and very few of them would submit to AguiualJo'd rule. Aguinaldo aud his generals would like to govern becaise it wiuld give them great [tower ami many of his soldiers like the war because for tbe tir.-t time in their lives th*y havo au thority to carry a gun. They live by takiug what they want from tlia peo ple. Many of tUeiu are robbers who rob defend-less people of their uioucy and sometimes murder them. If we should withdraw there would be war fare and anarchy in the inlands aud the well-to-do people would get some strong government to come and take control. "Aguinaldo publishes a pap*r winch is tilled with expression* from people o£ the United States who are called auti imperialist8, aad 1 think were it not for these expressions, the insurrection would be closed." Mmcmtfbe hcomta EOtUbt. WASHINGTON, Dec. 4.- Word comee from the Philippines that the two com paniea of ALacabeto tscoule under (jap* tain Batfion are doing BO well that it has been decided to form a full bat talion of those natives. The additional two companies will be very useful in the present campaign in tracking the fleeing remnants ol AguiaaUktrt* tlUKMr ganizad army. Well Known »t Fort UoMtoo. SAN ANTONIO, Dec. 4.—The killing of Captain O. B. Warwick at lloilo on Nov. 24 in a brush with insurgents was a shock to the large military colony at Fort Sam Houston, where his two sisters and a niece reside. He was very popular with the civilians as well as the military clasa, Laary Wants Mora Marina*. WASHINGTON, Dec. 4. —Captain Leary, the naval governor of the island of Guam, wants an additional force of marines. The few men he has at com mand now are but an insignificant force compared with the b,000 population of the island. To Saanra Ralaaaa of Mr. Baaaa. CHICAGO, Dec. 4.—John Mitchell, na tional president of the United Mine Workers' union, who is in Chicago on business connected with the settling up of the Illinois trade disputes, said the national organization was preparing to secure the release of J. P. Reese, who was sent to jail at Fort Scott, Kan. K 01 a a ci. 9' a a a a Et O n a a a 3 You Can Always Get A t-X" "n M*l« Vntlr. Wiim S. D., !«•«•. 4.—A new factor in South Dakota polities is mining l.ght aud u is v-wy li iJ»l« to cut roijfider:»\le figure. Ll«'Ut fUaiit 01» nel Lee Stover of the First feouth Da kota is making a quit* canvaM for the position of United States sematoc, held bv Pettiirrew. Don't reftinn the "Ufe line." Don't eoora the aid that comes from Itoetey Mountain Tea. FRANK C. SMITH. Waat a Well KBAWII KallrM4 Ita And resident of Lima thinks ot Koh'y'e Kidney Uure: '"I have l*»»»n troubl»i tfreat denl with backache, 1 was induced to try Foley's Kidney Cure, and one bot tle entirely reliev.nl ir.e. irladly recom mended it to acy one eep^oially my frienda amontf the train raen who usually ere similarly afflicted." Geo. 11. Haueau, Engineer on L. E. A W. K. It. CHIUS. •aaaaaaauuaaaaauaaam^ Tom Carey's is thejmnst satisfactory place in th«* city to buy Fancy & Family Groceries. a Everything new and fresh and prices duplicated. cannot be Prompt delivery. Good woight. Good measure. Perfect satisfaction. Mi Mail Ef erg On TOM CARFY. aBBaaaaaaaaawnn«3t3n#^p\ JONES BROS DEALERS I* Hard & Soft wCOAL. ELEVATOR 'O' Prompt delivery to any part of the city. We respectfully solicit a share of your patronage, '£,4# i- It may be Interesting to* EXPENSIVE. Give your trade to an old re liable house and know that you are protected, by getting LOW PRICES and Best Quality of Goods. at J. J. FITZGERALD'S A $60 Stewart Steel Rangi -^FOR ONLY $1.00*"" Do your hardware trading with Crist. Rensch and you may be the owner! a beautiful 5TEWART STEEL RANGE for only $1.00. This steel range is now on exhibition in our window and open for examinj Hen.. Fm tort her particulars call on Silks and Satins. 4 In this matter of silks and satins you will hoar all kinds of claims as to larg«*Kt stock, low est prices, best styles, and so on, Believe as much or as little ns you want U), but be sure to one thing—visit this store and see our new fall silks. That's all we ask, and if you do it we are likely to make the sale. J. A. JOHNSON ^Groceries. You would have to go £ar to find a better grocery department than ours, or as good. It is completely stocked with a splen did line of pure and wholesome food products, always fresh 1 Hi cause of our large sales. For miles in every direction people come to supply their grocery needs here because they can do better than in other stores Have you tried it? J. A. JOHNSON Two Spools Clark's Thread For 5 Cents J.IJHItH EXPERIMENT but its Liable to be CRIST. RENSCH. There is Satisfaction in Buying at J. A. JOHNSON'S. First you can always rely upon qual-| ity and style: seoond, you can feel sure i that prices are riglit. However, we do not ask our customers to accept these assertions as fact without convincing themselves by seeing what others olier in the same line. Our confidence in the leadership of this store is founded upon] our splendid stock of Greneral Merchan dise, now larger and more complete than] ever before in the history ol this store. Ladies'"^ Dress Goods. The fabric* designed for an's wear for this fall and w :nMj deserve high praise. They artistic in coloring anil ^'••-"•1 attractive in quality, ami prove satisfactory in we»r. tap the climax, many fabrics can be sold at pop prices. In our Dress (*o«n!s partment you will tiinl such li own fabrics as the (1«M a the Broadhead and tin w Porte Woolen Mills productI'»M rices ranging from 1^ a yard. J.A.JOHXSO! SHOES.^ if you don't need of shoes to-day you will 'r long, and therefore it s a idea io get posted n place to buy. We don to be able to sell you unit1** Capes & Jackets All we can say is you will miss it and miss it bad if you don't get one of ours. We sell Ladies' Jackets from $8.00 1 to your interest to h'l It's easy to prove that to however you will chance. Will you? i. JL. Clark's up. A. JOHNSON i. V %il