U. I'. SMITH.
Bargains You Cannot Afford to
1 23 pieces of plain and fancy Dress Goods at 12| cents, former
I price 20c.and 25c. jnst half price-and they are nice goods.
Pique Madras cloth He Scotch Novelties 17c
Egyptian Tissue* 18c all 25c values.
1 Coriled Madras, Mille Kaye Dimity, Toil® dn Nord Gingham
VHE DAILY LEADER.
MONDAY. .HTA 2.
OFFiClgL PBPEB OF CITY HUD OOUNTY.
RSHMS OF 8l'BBCFIU*TIOS
Bv mail. 1
By mail, ti months
By mail. 3 months
By mail. 1 month
Bv carrier, per week
A I'ooble"# party county convention for Lake
county, South Dakota, will he held at the court
10Hr. ill Maiti-oii, said county, on Monday,
July'. at P':3o a. in for the purpose of
elei'tin-' SI delegate* to attend a state convention
the'nomiiiation of a state ticket and meinl.er#
consiress, t.1 he held at Yankton, s. 1)., July 11,
It is reconuuended that tiie populist voters
assemble at the usual votim: places in the several
votiii" precincts, on Saturday, .Tune :it, 1'»ik, at
o'clock p. m., for the purpose of choosing dele-,
'ate* to said convention. The several election
precincts will lie entitled to the number of
delegates indicaced below:
Wei it worth vil
1st ward 4
Sd ward ..5
3d ward 5
4th ward 8
By order of
Ribt. J. Oriibl* is doing nob'e battle
in his strUjikfle against disease «nd was
resting somewhat easier the end of last
week. His nervousness was not to
pronouned, but bis wife and physicians
were dreading tlie racket and noise of
the approaching Fourth of July and it is
thought the public will be considerate
enough rot to jollify within two blocks
of hie private residence.
Es-Congressman Ivelley cf Moody
county has gone to North Carolina to
deliver twelve campaign speeches for
the populist party.
Kieth the Sioux Falls swindler put
U a TTOO cash bond for his appearance
at the next term of eircuit court and
then skipped for parts unknown. The
county will be that much ahead.
Sioux Falls Journal, 30: Tb« Madl
aon extension to be built this year no
doubt will te operated by either the
Burlington or Centra!, both of which
lia^s now have terminals here. Which
ever road controls the extension is of
Btnall oonoern, but the one left out will
probably lose no time in also getting
out of the city thus breaking the handi
oap under which Sioux Falls has labored
for the past dozen years. Had either of
these lines extended beyond this city
years ago Sioux Falls' population would
to-day be double what it is, and instead
of oontrolling a portion of the wholesale
trade of the territory tributary to this
oity.it would oontrol it all.
Thursday last, four of Yankton's old
est^and most prominent citizens died.
Three of the number—W. D. Russell, S.
W. Swift and Stephen Von Esahen, were
what might be oalled "chums" all
through their citizenship and will leave
-4'iite a gap in the business, social and
pohtioal circles of Yankton.
Tue enumerator has oompleted bis
work in Tyndall and tinds the popula
tion to be 1,107. The number of inhabi
tants has more than doubled since 1890.
The track laying force at work on the
Charles Mix county extension of the
Milwaukee laid the last rail intoTyndall,
Bon Homme county, Wednesday after
noon and the Bon Homme oounty
metropolis is now in almost direut touch
with her older and bigger sister, Yank
too. Tyodall will celebrate tbft advent
of the road on July 4.
The Milbank Herald-Advance (rep,
denoucing the late republican legislature
in this state for uot enacting dispensary
legislation, says: One of the things that
makes a man disguested with politics
and politicians is just suoh as happened
line of Percales all at 10c per yard foi this sale
I —a saving of from 33!, to 50 per cent.
1 ALL SHIRT WAISTS AT 2D ER CEXT DISCOCXT.
1 This sale is on now and will last until these goods are closed
Scat. Com- in at once while the assortment is complete. You
I cau find lots of good things you can use and you always find
just as advertised here.
I Horse & Munro. I
at the last legislature, when with the
mandate of the people behiud them a
a body of men could be tuade into such
pliant tools of Mose Kaufman, that this
opulent brewer would virtually dictate
to them their course on the liquor ques
tion. It is just such failures as this,
that makes populists. Another recreant
legislature added to a failure of crops
and all the logic and all the tire works
this side of hades won't save the re
publican party from the defeat which it
It will be seen that Bro. lownie also
believes that a republican administra
tion is responsible for good crops as well
as good prices, so often claimed by Ins
Have I not bidden v© beware of some
thing said to l»e the same aa Iioeky
Mountain Tea, made by Madison Medi
(Jo? If ye are truly wise, heed this
City e^d itiOo luis for ci5 to
There are no better pills made '.ban
DeWitt's Little Early Risers. Always
prompt and oertaio.
COOK & ODEB
A fatal policy is to neglect a backache
or other sign of kidney trouble. Foley's
Kiduey Cure is a sure remedy for
Bright's disease, diabetes, and gravel.
FIRES DO MUCH DAMAGE.
Many Bridge* Are Humeri Along North
ern Railway Lines.
DULI'TH, July 2.—The fires along
the railway lines and in the woods are
burning bridges and doing damage
again. From almost any town or hill
in this part of the state or Northwest
ern Wisconsin one can see columns of
smoke rising iu all directions. As a
general thing these fires are doing no
damage, but as they continue they
threaten outlying structures, railway
bridges, logging camps, log railways
and standing timber.
Most of the loss so far has been to
these classes of property. Several
bridges have been destroyed in the past
day or two and reports come of danger
Holt fim For to Kico.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., July 2.—Hon.
William H. Holt, former chief justice,
of the Kentucky appellate court, has
been sworn in as judge of the federal
court for the new district of Porto Rico
He will leave for IJortu Rico iu July
but will not
assume bis new duties
SENTENCED TO DEATH.
.'rlns ('Mrl iMurtlerer to I'ay the 1'malty
of HU Crime.
STOCKHOLM. July 2.—The trial of
Philip Nordlund, who, May 17 last, as
the steamer Prins Carl, on which he
was a passenger, was passing Quick
sund, murdered seven men and wound
ed five others, a woman and a boy, after
which he escaped in a boat to Kopping
and who was captured the following
day at Eskilsluna, r»7 miles west of this
city, was concluded and resulted iu the
prisoner being convicted and sentenced
ltyan Defeat* Malioney.
Ryan easily gained the verdict over
Young Mahoney of Philadelphia before
the Fort Dearborn Athletic club after
of rather slow
Many a man has been insured agaii.st
Bright's disease, diabetes, or other dan
gerous ailment by a fifty cent bottle of
Foley's Kidney Cure. Take no other.
Men may differ in politics, religion or
finance, but an who have tried Banner
Salve are agreed as to its worth for cuts,
burns, sores, piles and skin diseases. It's
the most healing medicine in the world
Charts A. TtWnie Believes He Is
the Logical Candidate tor
Not Making an Active Canvass
For the Position in th®
Tammany and Ex-SetKirtor Hill
Are Pulling Apart at the
KANSAS CITY, July 2.—Charles A.
Towne registered at the Coates House
during the moruing and to an Asso
ciated Press representative gave the fol
lowing signed statement:
"I am not crowding my candidacy
for vice president iu the ordinary way.
and have canvassed no delegations.
friends rely upon the logic and policy
of the situation, and expect the Demo
cratic convention to nominate me.'
It is already apparent that the Croker
and Hill wings of the New York
Democracy are pulling apart. The New
York men already here say that Croker
is much displeased with the course Hill
has pursued, and that the Tammany
men who were speaking favorably of
Hill as a vice presidential candidate
have received a severe "call down
from the Tammany chief. It is said
that Hill is likely to make trouble iu
the convention, but just how, is not
apparent at present. It is believed that
New York state will have to give him
some recognition, possibly a place on
the committee on resolutions. It is
said to be doubtful, however, if Tam
many cares to go that far. If placed on
the resolutions committee it is feared
that Hill will bave au opportunity to
FOR TEMPORARY CHAIRMAN.
Rose of Wisconsin or Thnma* ot Colorado
Will i'resirie at Kati«at City.
KANSAS CITY, MO., July 2.—The se
lection of presiding ofticvr.s of the con
vention has not yet been determined.
The national committee will prepare the
name of the temporary chairman, who
will, no doubt, be endorsed by the con
vention. As far as possible the com
mittee will also arrange for the per
manent chairman and available nu n
for that place will be canvassed at the
first meeting. Mayor D. S. Roso of
Milwaukee and Governor Charles C.
Thomas of Colorado have been sug
gested for temporary chairman, and it
is expected one of them will be chosen.
Representative James B. Richardson of
Tennessee has been suggested for per
manent chairman. Mr. Richardson
acted as permanent chairman during a
portion of the Chicago convention in
LEADERS ON THE GROUND.
Kansas City Taking on a Convection Ap
KANSAS CITY. July 2.—This city has
begun to put on a convention appear
ance. Early trains brought iu many
who are to take prominent part in the
convention. Among them were James
D. Richardson of Tennessee, Augustus
Van Wyck of New York, D. J. Campau
of Michigan, W. Stone of Missouri.
Amos Cuimnings of New York, J. R.
Norris of Washington, D. C., and many
The subcommittee of the national
committee met to make final arrange
ments for the convention. Although
this committee does not take into con
sideration the larger affairs of the con
vention, there was more or less discus
sion of convention prospects. The
greatest interest was showu iu the vice
SPEAKS FOR MR. BRYAN.
CMgWwinan Miizer Favor* Specific Dec
hi rat ion for Free Silver.
LINCOLN, Neb., July 2.—When Con
gressman Salz.T left for Kansas City
during the altemoon, the popular sup
position among the Democratic politi
cians now in Lincoln is that he took
With him the expressed wishes of Mr.
Dry an as to what should be contained
iu the financial plank of the platform
to be presented to the Democratic na
tional convention. Mr. Sulzer is re
garded here as the mouthpiece, for the
time being, at least, of the New York
delegation. In auy event he is its rep
resentative, so far as the Lincoln end is
concerned. Mr. Sulzer himself is for a
positive specific declaration for free sil
ver coinage at a ratio of 16 to 1. He
will not be satisfied with a reaffirma
tion of the Chicago platform.
NO li* XIVARD ST El'.
Mr. Bryan Not Consent to the Aban
nent of Kilver.
KANS/- ., July 2 —J. L. Woods
Merrill, secretary and treasurer of the
United States Monetary league, which
will hold two sessions here during the
convention, has made public a letter he
has received from Mr. Bryan under
date of June 13. It is self-explanatory
"Your favor of the 11th inst. at hand
and couteuts noted. I beg to assure
you ihat the press reports in regard to
my consenting to the abandonment of
To those who drink whiskey for
pleasure HARPER Whiskey adds zest
to existence. Tor those who drink
whiskey for health's sake HARPER
Whiskey makes life worth living. Sold
by FHED KLUTH, Madison, S. D,
question, or to a backward
titep fi jm the position taken by the
Chicago convention, is incorrect."
Rnrpftsaes Klondike (incitement.
PORTLAND, Ore., July 2. —The
iteamer George W. Elder has arrived
irom Cape Nome. Everything is bustle
at Nome and the activity at Dawson
during the height of the Klondike ex
citement ib surpassed.
place in town
HAVANA, July Surgeon Major
Reed and Doctors Carroll, Agramont.
and Lazcar, the commission Secretary
Root recently"appointed to investigate
acute infectious diseases in the island,
has commenced operations at Queiua
do«, where several cases of yellow fever
ha\e occurred during the last few
Cuban Tficlnn In A ••erica.
BOSTON, July The United States
transport MePherson. having on board
tin first detachment of the Cuban
teachers who are to attend the summer
school at Harvard university this sea
son, arrived in Boston harbor during
the morning. There are 124 women
and 107 meu on the MePherson.
SI4M» Itettaril. #IMO.
The readers of this paper will be pleas
ed to learn that there is at least one
dreaded disease that science has been
able to cure iu all its stages and that is
catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the
only positive cure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood aiid mucous surfaces of
the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, anil giving the
patient strength by building up the con
stitution and assisting nature in doing
its work. The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers, that they
otfer one hundred dollars for any case,
that it fails to cure. Send for list of
Addreps, F. J. CHI NKY S: Co.. Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 7"c.
Hall's family pills are the beet.
After many intricate experiments,
scientists have discovered methods for
obtaining all the natural digestants.
These have been combined in the pro
portion found in the human body and
united with substances that build up
the digestive organs, making a com
pound called Kudol Dyspepsia Cure. It
digests what you eat and allows all dys
peptics to eat plenty of nourshing food
while the stomach troubles are being
radically cured by the medicinal agents
it contains. It is pleasant to take aod
will give quick relief.
COOK Si ODER.
Fatal mistakes are made by those who
do not heed the earlier symptoms of kid
ney or bladder trouble that often end in
Bright's disease or diabetes. When
Foley's Kidney Cure makes the kidneys
well, bow foolish it is to delay
JOHN SCHULTZ Proprietor.
Keep eeaftantly on band a full
Fresi ana Beats
Fi8h, fowl and Game in season.
fhe Madison Stattn Laun.
dry, a home institution. They
do better work than you can
obtain from the outside laun
dries, perfectly responsible,
convenient for the customer,
laundry can be delivered any
time desired, any uomplaints
satisfactorily adjusted, and
everything can be made more
satisfactory because deal di
rectly with the propaietor, and
beside8*it is a home institution,
O. T. FULLER,
From now on I shall ofler Special Inducements in the
1 Dimities, Lawns, Organdies, G&uze BeSoie,
Shirt waists. Ladies and Misses Skirts,
Come in and look over our
Don't forget the place. Vou can get mow
Percales and Summer Dress Goods.
Blue Letter Shoe Sale.
Yours to please,
J. J. FITZGERALD
ROOXK, IOWA, Dec. 14
NO TONGA* CM tell W hat I HAVE Rnjnred
In the past ten years with my monthly »ick
iiess. While "("uflt-riiitf untiuil aK"»y. a
frieml ami moinnKiulriJ Wine of
Canlui. 1 sent for a Uttlo, and Oh! whst
relief. After the first Uose I h^Rati to feel
totter and Uavf h:il no j'.iin since.
M1W. UK ACE LAMP1IERE.
t.«rj Itep't. Tb» ILTTtVKHaA
BIJtK I'.i Ml., i
Wine of Cirdui not only cur« but it acts AT ONCE. Here Is
often years* standing, and yet one single d*e .uiethesufTerer feel better,
and stepped the pain. The Wine tjivs straight to the seat the trouble.
It acts directly up« n the menstrual and genital r^ans. Its acti n is not
violent, and it does nt force a result. It simply Rives Nature tiut little
assistance tiiat tiie suderer's system lacks. A single disorder in the
feminine on: ins spreads many disorders all nwr the body, and when the
Wine cures the source, all the other ills vanish as a matter »f Course. A
woman can be her own physician and cure I ersel! at home. L«calex
amiiati' ns are largely things of the
LAII.r' AOVISORY OtPARTMtaT.
:i to- in avs r.-.j-sir .iu»
dir. I ^:vi:
Druggists sell Large Bottles for $1.00.
WINE OF CARDUI
(jooda far a Dollar thin ftuy otlM
past li e obnoxious custom is no
longer i ecessary. Wine i (lardui
is the o:Uy perfectly sale and sure
vegetab e Wine nude t'vday
the curt of female troubles
T~T-T T1 -T- -y- -T T- -T—¥
Good Paint Economy
BUYING GOOD PAINT.
it* I 'ai iit that \v«ars loii^pst--tVat never disappoint.14.
No l»uy»T can afford to invcHt money in unsatisfactory paint,
just b« causo the dealer can name a ttle lower price. Per
manent results and good economy go only with tha pur
chase of most reliable
has the widest reputation for longest service—greatest COT*
ering capacity most durable lustre. hen you secure
this well known brand you've the best paint that money can
buy—that the big, wide world can produce, and the prices
jou pfty are really no higher than vou're often ttf&ttdi for
inferior good*. Ask for color card.
COOK & 0DEE.
Palace Meat riarket.
Freah & Salt Meats*.
Qfders promptly delivered
cUjjr. Call and try
Has removed to the building
J. P. NISSEN.
JAS. REGAN, The Tailor
b® north, where he will be to grejt his customerf.
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