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0FFIGI6L PBPtS OF
The law recently passed by congress
and signed by the president forbidding
the traffic between persons in one state
or territory in animals or birds the trans*
portat ion of which is prohibited in dead
bobies or parts thereof, of any wild ani
mals or birds killed in other states in
violation of laws of said states will more
than likely put a stop to the indiscrim
inate slaughter of our wild game here
after, and preserve our shooting for the
legitimate sportsmen. The fellow who
wantonly kills our game and ships it out
of the state for gain is not wanted in
South Dakota and the new law will do
much to protect our people against him.
Under this law the shipper, the carrier
and the consignee are each subject to a
fine of 1200 upon oonvktion. In the past
the game which baa been shipped out of
this part of the state such as prairie
ohiokens and ducks, has been shipped as
express aud the express companies have
winked their eye at the violation of the
law. But under the new law the ex
press company becomes liable and it is
not likely that they will care to run the
ohauces of prosecution of a federal court.
The heavy rain storm of Saturday
night was also accompanied by a hurri
cane in Clay county which wrecked
many buildings, smoke 6tnoks and other
structures.
Lead dispatoh, 15: While dumping
hot ashes from a email car at the Star
mill this morning u M.
I GREAT I
Clearance Sale,
S Bargains You Cannot Afford to Hiss.
23 pieces of plain and fancy Dress Goods at 12§ cents, former
price 20c and 25c, just half price—and tliey are nice goods.
Pique Madras cloth l'c Scotch Novelties 17c
Egyptian Tissues 18c all 2oc values.
Corded Madras, Mille Raye Dimity, Toile da Xord Gingham
and an elegant line of Percales all at 10c per yard for this sale
—a saving of from 33£ to 50 per cent.
I ALL SHIRT WAISTS AT 25 TER CENT DISCOUNT.
1 This sale is on now and will last until these goods are closed
ou:. Com* in at once while the assortment is complete. You
can find lots of good things you can use and you always] find
everything just as advertised here.
Horse & Munro.
THE DAILY LEADER.
TUESDAY, JULY 1", 1900.
CiIY
BHD
C3GB1Y.
TBhMfe UP BUBSCKJrTIuK
By mail, 1 H®1
by mail,
By niail, 3 months
By mail, 1 n )iith
By carrier, per week..
F. S7AIIL.Proprietor.
A company with a cap'.t *l of 81.500,000
has been formed at Providence. Ft. I., to
mioufaoture an automatic switch board,
invented by E. A. Clark, of Sioux City,
and designed to ehmiate the "hello
girl" from the telephone business.
Omaha World-Herald, 11: Neely, the
defaulting Cuban postoffi?e wfilaia!, is
enj ^ying liberty and the money he
sequestered, but Cory don M. Rice, ihe
man who exposed Neeiy, is out of work
and money and not allowed to leave
Ciba in searching for employment. Mr.
Rich fehouid have kno.vn that these who
•xpose adminidtrat:oa pets receive al
mighty little recognition.
The champion woif ki.ier of Sooth
Dakota is W. B. Weid ut Rapid City
who employes four men in the busi_e&8
and hunts alootf the Cheyenne river east
of •.hat city. The past week he brought
to that town 322 pelt?', 211 of which were
of gray wolves and 7s coyotes. For the
former he received 63 bounty and for the
coyotes 81.00, making a total of 8210.
Hon. E. J. Bradley of Texap, a mem
ber of tht populist national committee
attended the Yankton conventions and
on his way home was interviewed at
Lincoln and spoke regarding South Da
kota as follows: "You may put South
Dakota in the Bryan column," said Mr.
Bradley. "Xot only was harmonious
and complete fusion perfected, but the
Strongest ticket ever named in South
Dakota was placed in nomination. Ou
it are two of the best known Norwegians
and two of the best known Germans in
the state, and it is as sure as anything
oan be that, under Pettigrew's able and
experienced leadership, the fusion forces
of South Dakota will win a complete
viotory."
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flesh was cooked from his bones. His
partner saw him fall, but in three
minntes' time he was dead. He had no
relatives in America and was unmarried.
The directors of the new Presbyterian
hospital at Sioux Fails make the official
announcement, that they have purchas
ed a block of ground on which to buildf
the plans for the building are now being
drawn and there is over 88,000 now
available, with 35,000 more in eight, with
which to build.
1*100 Hetvarrt. *100.
The readers of this paper will be pleas
ed to learn that there is in least one
dreaded disease that science has been
able to cure in all its stages and that is
catarrh. Hull's Catarrh Cure is the
only positive cure cow known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional uisea^p, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting directly
upoii the blood and mucous surfaces of
th* system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and 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
otTer one hundred dollars for any case,
that it fails to care. Send for list of
testimonials.
Address, F. J. CHENEY Co.. Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's family pills are the Ult.
A fatal policy is to neglect a backache
or other sign of kidney trouble. Foley's
Kidney Cure is a sure remedy for
bright'* disease, diabetes, and gravel.
CIM,TS. SCHUTZ.
ON LEAVE' OF ABSENCE.
General Oti* Will Not lie Assigned to
Ilnty I'ntil Next September.
WASHINGTON, July 17.—High mili
tary officers place no credence in the
published report that the military de
partment of the Gulf is to be re-estab
lished for the purpose of giving Major
General Otis a command commensurate
with his rank, though General Miles
has recommended its re-establishment.
General Otis is now on leave of absence
and there is no prospect of his being as
signed to duty immediately. He came
home from the Philippines to take a
rest and the president is disposed to ac
commodate him fully in that respect.
Unless present plans miscarry General
Otis will not resume active duty until
the command of the military depart
ment of aha Lakes at Chicago becomes
vacant in September next by the com
pulsory retirement of Brigadier General
Wheeler on account of age. He then
will have his choice of vacant com
mands.
CREDITED IN BERLIN.
Believe the Chinese Stories of the
sacre in Pelcin.
BERMN, July 17.—The German con
sul at Che Foo, having communicated
to the governor of Shan Tung Emperor
William's offer of a reward of 1,000
taels for the rescue of foreigners in
Pekin, has received the governor's re
ply, which is dated July 13, to the effect
that the shutting up of foreigners in
Pekin has deeply touched his heart, but
that attempts to relieve them have
failed, owing to the revolt in Chin Li,
but the governor adds he will again try
his best to effect their release.
At the foreign office here there is
question
Lee,
sight, sod
as
an em­
ploye, fell from the elevated traok, fifty
feet, into a pile of hot ashes. He egolf
out of
before help
on me Mi
no
to the correctness
of
the
Chinese news of the massacre of for
eigners in Pekin. Officials take the
view that it is against the interests
of
the Chinese to admit that there has
been a mast-acre, and that, therefore,
the Chinese official dispatches on the
subject are, for once, probably true.
Regarding Tien Tsin, the foreign of
fice's latest dispatches from Admiral
Benduraann declare that the situation
has imjroved a*
con
tinue arriving.
Preparations at tf»e Trosidio.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 17.—Orders
have been received at the Presidio to at
once prepare quarters for five regiments
of troops which arrive shortly, en route
for foreign service. The home battalion
of the Eighteenth infantry has landed
from the Hancock and taken up tem
porary headquarters at the Presidio.
COUNTY BUSINESS.
Proceedings of the 0»mmisMooersaf Lske
County, S. D, in Regular
July SassioD.
[OC.i-.al Rep
FIRST DAY.
Madison. South Dakota. July 2,2900.
—The board of couuty commissioners of
Lake county met at the office of the
county auditor at one o'clock p. ui..
pursuant to statute, all members and
auditor present.
The members of the board and the
county auditor having each taken an
oath to fairly and impartially do their
duty as members of the board of equal
ization of Lake county, proceeded to
organize.
The board was organized by electing
John C. Schuster, chairman, and E. C.
Keith, county auditor, as secretary and
clerk of said board.
The board being fully organized as a
board of equalization, proceeded to look
over the assessors' books and spent the
entire afternoon on the same.
SECOND DAY.
Tuesday, July 3, 1900, the board con
vened as per adjournment, all members
and auditor present.
The assessors' books not all being in.
and the auditor not having all the dif
ferent classes of property recapitulated,
the board adjourned as a board of
equalization until one o'clock p. m., and
took up county business as a board of
county commissioners.
The following bills were audited and.
on motion, allowed:
Martin F. Berther, salary as coun
ty treasurer for the months of
April. May and June 9875,00
L. E. Johnson, salary as register
of deeds for three months 300.00
E. L. Biederstaedt. salary as su
perintendent for three months. 201.15
M. F. Wadden. salary as deputy
register for three months 90.00
X. B. Stacy, janitor for three
months... 45.00
Chas J. Porter, salary and office
rent for April. May and June.. 170.00
X. M. Tierney. salary as deputy
auditor six days in March and
all of April. 22 days in May and
21 days in June 70.00
Win. Boswell. superintendent of
poor farm for April. May and
June, and 80 paid for help 81.00
Wm. McGrath. salary and office
rent for April. May and June.. 120.00
E. C. Keith, salary as county au
ditor for April. May and June. 300.00
W. E. Daniels, salary as county
physician for quarter ending
June 30 25,00
The board, on motion, adjourned to
meet at one o'clock p. m. as a board of
equalization.
Afternoon session—The board eon
vened as a board of equalization as per
adjournment, all members and auditor
present.
The board proceeded to compare and
recapitulate the personal property in the
several taxing districts until 5 o'clock
p. ni., when, on motion, they adjourned
to meet Thursday, July 5, 1900, at «e
o'clock p. m.
THIRD DAY.
Thursday, July 5,1900, the board con
vened at one o'clock p. m., as per ad
journment, all members and auditor
present.
The board spent the entire afternoon
in comparing values and in getting the
personal property recapitulated and in
shape to equalize.
The hour of six o'clock having arrived,
the board, on motion, adjourned to meet
Friday, July G, 1909, at 8 o'clock a. m.
For burns, injuries, piles and skin
diseases use DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
It is the original. Counterfeits may be
offered. Use only De Witt's.
COOK A ODEB.
Fatal mistakes are made by those who
do not heed the earlier symptoms of kid
ney or bladder trouble that often end in
Brigbt's disease or diabetes. When
Foley's Kidney Cure makes the kidneys
well, how foolish it is to delay
CHRIS, SSIIUTZ.
First Cherokee to Become a I'riost*
ARIAMOIIE, I. July 17.—Rev. Henry
B. Smith, rector of St. Paul's church
this city, was ordained a priest of the
Episcopal church in the presence of a
largo audience. Rev. Smith is the first
Cherokee Indian to enter the priest
hood. He will lie assigned as an assist
ant at the cathedral at Milwaukee.
BRIEF BITS OF NEWS.
Colonel Joseph Hamilton, U. S. A.,
retired, is dead in Brooklyn.
Judge W. H. Washington of Phila
delphia, a direct descendant of Augas
tin Washington, father of George
Washington, is dead.
It is authentically stated that George
H. Heafford, general passenger agent
of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul
railroad, has resigned to take effect in
the fall.
BASE BALL SCORES.
American League.
At Buffalo, Minneapolis, ft Called
on account of rain.
At Milwaukee :j Indianapolis,#.
At Detroit, 0 Cleveland, 1.
National l.eague.
At Chicago, 5 Pittsburg, .'j.
At Cincinnati, St. Louis, 0.
Cheap Insurance.
Many a man has been insured against
Bright s disease, diabetes, or other dn
gerous ailment by a lifty cent
bottle
oley
s
Kidney
Curs.
place in town.
of
Take no
other.
ClIBlS. Sciicr7.
The favorite whi^k^y of famous men is
HAUPKK. Because of its smooth, ex
ijuisite liavor: because of it s matchless
purity because of it's mellow age. No
wonder it's thf* favorite. Every drop
sterling. HARPER WHISKEY s-ld by
FI:KI KI KTH. Madison, S. I).
DON'T BE DUPED
There have Ix-en placed tipi» the market
"•verul cheap reprints t1 an obsolete edition
of tt'elwlw's IHd :«'!sui•*." They are !cintr
offered under vari« u- naiOes at a low price
By
dryjrood* dealer*. rrcci-s, ntrents, etc., and
in .! lew instances a.- a pnmiuiu forsubscrij*
lions to pajiers.
Announced' 1 .nparatively
Worthless
reprints are very inislcuding: for instance,
iluy are advertisi-d he the Mitistantial
'.•ipiivaient of a higher-priced Imok. when in
ronhty. fir :*s knw and they
i v a'.t. i 1:1 A t.. /.
Reprint Dictionaries,
photo-ypc copies of a in ink of over fifty
years ave wnuli in iisday was sold for about
J'I.'KI, and whteh was unu li -u|«'rior in paper,
print. and I mdmtr to these i in it at n«i I s. living
tiu'ii a work o| -nine merit ui-tead ol one
Long Since Obsolete.
The supplement of MI so-called new
v.-i mi.-." winch -nine of thee I. ok are adver
tised lu tuiitai.'i. was compiled by a ireutIo
nian who died over forty yeantatfo,
and was
published tiefore hj death, other minor
additions are probably of more or lcs value.
The (.enniiie Kdition of IVflmter'n I'na
}ril^ed Dil i ionary, which the only meri
torious one familiar to his Rene nit ion. run
tai'i- over yuKi pa^ri s, with illustrations on
marly every pave, and lioar^our imprint on
I he it ie paire. It is protected by copyright
fr 'la cheap imitation.
Valuable ii- this work is. we have at vast
exjiense I'Uiili-hed a thoroughly reused suo
ee-v-or. tlie name of which is WtusxEH's
iMLHNATION U, I (ICTIoN A Y.
Mu-tratcd pamphlet free.
C. & C. MERRIAM CO.,
Springfield, Mass., U. 8. A.
TIM Cough
Hangs on
i You have used all
i sorts of cough reme
dies but it does not
I yield it is too deep
seated. It may wear
{itself out in time, but
jit is more liable to
produce la grippe,
1 pneumonia or a seri
ous throat affection.
You need something
that will give you
strength and build
up the body.
SCOTT'S
EMULSION
will do this when everything
else fails. There is no doubt
about it. It nourishes,
strengthens, builds up and
makes the body strong and
healthy, not only to throw
off this hard cough, but to
fortify the system against
further attacks. If you are
run down or emaciated you
should certainly take this
nourishing food medicine.
SCOTT & KOWNfc, (.hemisH, Nrw York.
Attention Everybody
From now on I shall offer Special Inducements in the
following lines:
13 Dimities, Lawns, Organdies,
Percales and Summer
Shirt waists. Ladies and Misses Skirts, Wrappers, Parasol
Come in and look over our
Prices Way Below Quality.
Don't forget the place. You can get more (ioo.ls for a Dollar than any
You** to please,
J. J. FITZGERALD
v v y- .» -!f --y-
Fresh & Salt
::n'r"rr"r.z:2a r"a::
Has
r37ii:"r:T.?•.:
REMOVAL
removed
to
the
north,
A LITTLE
DOES MUCH.
in
new
Boowi, IOWA, Dec. 1«
Cln tel1 what 1
PWhn« y.?.V"
Bin
often
UlOitS' AOVIIORT D(MRTM(NT.
^'^JdwturuK.ifn, Tcnn
V V V V
Dress Goods.
Blue Letter Shoe Sale.
Good Paint Economy
MEANS
BUYING GOOD PAINT,
The Paint that, wears lon^ent—that never lisaj»poin?t
No buyer can atford to invest money in unsatisfactory paint
just btcause the dealer can name a little lower pritv. r«.
lnanent results and good economy go only with the puf.
chase of most reliable paint.
MONARCH PAINT
has the widest reputation for longest service—greatest cm
ering capacity—most durable lustre. When you secur
this well known brand you've the best paint that money car.
buy—that the big, wide World ran produce, ami the price*
you pay are really no higher than \ou'r»' often asked fo:
inferior goods. Ask for lor \ml.
Gauze DeSoif
C0GK & ODEE
Palace Meat Harket.
SS^SFUIMeatslA
jfinasianiii on Kg
4 41
Orders promptly delivered to any part of the
city. Call and try us.
J. P. NISSEN.
-""r*-*
JAS. REGAN, The Tailor
the building adjoining the
where he will be pleased
Madison
to
Card I"
Wine cures the source, all tiie other ilK kl/iT
woman an be her own nhv^ri/n i^ .^
own
H"Ui*
greet
his
endured
Wlth
,ny nionthly«ick
frien'ri ,OMI "uffcnnjc untold agf—
CardSl"
rnjr, a
"Tne of
mSssaaitai
•US. URACE LAMPHERE.
customed
the
b°dy' IU"n
3
m*tter
of cours.v
P"ys,cun and cure herself at h. me.
amin.itions are largely thinijsi'l
p.ut tlie obnoxious cu.ston1• is
ni er nece..s »ry. Wine of
the only perfectly safe an^l
Druggists sell Largo Bottles for $1.00
Mirf
vegetable Wine made today
1
the cure of female troubles

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