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OUR 5H0E
A :i i.. i'ray ri*
Sf ATK It &IX
i*« aj.u Party and IH-raoerstif.
Senat-.r—
Kir 11 AllD V. I'KTTK Mini.oila-
H'-pr-s.-ntativ.-s Oe.u're?.-—
ANDREW E.LEE. Clay county.
JOSEPH B. MOOHE. La'.vrenee
county.
Presidential Electors—
FRED BACON. Lincoln c»u:.ty.
JOHN M. KlN(i, Hand county.
JOHN M'ELKOV. Pennington county.
JOHN W. MAIITIN. Codington county.
ioveruor—
BITEIRE H. LIEN, Minnehaha county.
Lieutenant Governor—
A. VAN OSDEL. Yankton county.
Secretary of State—
FRED B. SMITH. Brown county.
Treasurer—
CHARLES D. T1DRICK, Brule county.
Auditor—
FRANK J. TRACEV, E• bounds county.
Attorney General
A.E.HITCHCOCK. Davison county.
Superintendent of Public Instruction
M. 8. AASYED. Day county.
Commissioner of School and Public
Lands
iffXUUND COOK. Roberts county.
Railroad Commissioner—
W. LA 1'OLLETTE. Brule countv.
Work has commenced on the construc
tion of the new »-y!um for insane Indi
ans at Canton. That town is also erect
iog two han^som" ew eohool houses.
Chief Charger or e of the Indian party
which rescued the captive whites after
the massacre cf New Llm, died last
week near Forest City, this state. Four
atherw »f the rescuing party still sur
vive, three of whom attended the funer
al. Ail of these Indians live in good
houses and are well cared for by the
govarament because of their servioes to
tti«*wbites.
Walter S. Harter, one of the promi
net business men of Elk Point was in
stantly killed by lightning Tuesday eve
ning as he stood on the sidewalk under
a tree for a mfnute during a storm, on
lli«
way home to pupper.
For the past three years price of wool
has ranged very high in this country
and the fact has beeu seized upon by
the advocates of high tariff as a political
argument in favor of the robber»eystera
and McKtnleyisra. But notwithstand
ing the same high tariff still exists the
price of wool has dropped nearly one
iialf this jear and a little investigation
has taken place to see whether the tarifF
alairns were well founded. Bradstreets
of September I gives a review of the
9heep and wool situation in the Austral
ian colonies our competitors in the wool
industry, and shows that a long period
of drouth has exipted in these colonies
for several years nod greatly reduced
the number of sheep and output of
woo'. Iu faot iu the higher grade wool
sheep there has been a fulling off from
JO uj'llions of sheep to C-~j millions in the
colonies or a decrease of V0 per cent.
For the three yearn ended June 30, 1807,
these colonies exported over millions
bales of wool, while for the three years
anded June 30,1000, they exported con
siderably lees than 5 million bales.
A* MOM tin* iha
*&>.
SCHOOL SHOES.
Horse & Munro.
THE DAILFLEADER.
RHLTLSDAV. SEPT.
.i..-. ." 'nas. i
i'.VO.
iFFIC'JJL I'SPt" OF Oil Ml [JBjkll. jedSt«tt,s
THUMB UF SUBlsCtiJt'TlOS
al. 1 y- ?4.!«
»•.!«»
ID
bate
of wool there
m:.
DEPARTMENT
Is as full of nice Shoes as ever and we
are handing them out every day. Come
in and see our elegant new styles for fall
and don't forget the
rose from Soi a bale to a bale and
there WHS no tariff BlfeetiDg the price?,
simply the natural cause of supply ana
demand. Of the wool of 1S98, the Unit-
anJ
Canada got over 17,OCX)
bale?, while of the VJ crop they got 11,
OCK) bales. It is such facts and ti^'ure^
thf?se that knock out all claims of tariiT
i. »j '.enhancing price?, its only effect being to
i'j i give the manufacturer of this country a
r. ocus on the wool consumed in niHou
fiijtnres sold in this country. The grea'
increase iu price of wool was due to
shortage of crop abroad.
Minneapolis papers think Chicago is a
«ood deal of a hog becuuse it is to
plaining that the G. A. R. encampment
a: visitors spent only 6000,000 during
their stay iu that aity last week. Thi^
was an estimated average of not to ex
ceed per head for the total attend
ar.ee ai went mainly to pay hotelkeep
er^, restaurants and lunch room proprie
tors. The Chicago shopkeepers Lao
doubtless figured on about 61o a he ui
from the visitors and because they did
not get it feel 6ore. The local commit
fee has taken an account of 6tcck ana
found a deficit and so arrangement'?
have b:-?n made to give Pain's llittie o"
Santiago again on the lake front.
Deaffic*** Cannot He 4'u«-i
by local applications as they cannot
reach tne diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafnes.-,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the mucona lining of tn^
Eustachian Tube. When this tube is
inflamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is entire
ly eloped, deafness is the ult, and
unless the inflamation can be taken out
and this tube restored to its normal con
dition, hearing will be destroyed forever
nine cases out of ten are caused bv Ca
tarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed
coddition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
any case of Deafness caused by catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall's C*Wrh
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J.
CHKNEV
IT Co., Toledo,
O.
Sold by druggists, ~'j cents.
Hall's Family Pills are the beet.
Eiitlowrm nt For Cornell College.
DKS MOINES,
Sept.
5.—AN
endow­
ment of jjoOU.OJO tor Cornell college at
Mount Yernoii, is now assured. Over
iotiO.OOO has already beeu raised in the
past three years, and now the trustees
have pledged themhflve.s to raise £200,.
U'JO more. When all the debts of tha
school are paid this will leave sj*"»00,0o..
for the eudowinent, counting the pres
ent euUuwuicut,
Ktir to the Hint
on MIUUB..
CINCINNATI,
Sept. 5.—The will ci
David Sniton. the Cincinnati multi
millionaire who died lust Friday, has
been probated. The estate is valued at
fifteen to twenty millions and Mrs.
Charles P. Taft, the only heir, is made
executrix without bond. Sinton had
many bequests in his will but paid
fuem all before he died.
PERSIAN REBELS DEFEATED.
All AXahomnt Iky Fail* to Get J'oMe«*lon
of tlie Throne.
CHICAGO,
Sept.
5.—A
dispatch to The
Record from Moscow says:
A report comes from Teheran that
after a desperate fight Ali Mahomet
Bey, the rebel who at the head of a few
hundred followers, has been trying to
get possession of the Persian throne,
has been defeated by the Cossacks has
tily summoned to opiwso his march on
the capital, and has been thrown into
an underground dungeon. When cap
tured he emphatically denied that ho
had harbored uoy intention of usurping
the shah's throne.
ou can spell it cough, cofF, cangh,
Irouf, kaff, kough, or kaugh, but the
only harmless remedy thatquiokly cures
it is One Minute Cough Cure.
F'OOK & ODER.
It stands alone, it towers above.
There's no other, its nature's wonder, a
warming poultice to the heart of man
kmd. Such is rocky Mountain Ten.
'Joe.
FRANK
C. SUM.
QDIET AT PEKING
Message From Minister Conger
Says There Is No Change
in the Situation
Remainder of the Dispatch No*
Given Our by'the Wash
ington Officials.
Marked
Improvement in Tim
Made in .Communicating
With the Orient*
WASHINGTON,
Sept. 5.—Minister CV..-
ligvr has been heard from again, 1
last advices being dated at Peking mi
Aug. o0. Preceding disjatches liav.
occupied a week in their trausmissi. 'i
frt
ui Peking, according to the estini
cf the state department, so that l\h-.
Conger's message marks a distinct i t-:
terrneut of the means of couimuni a*
tion. Besides it includes the daR
dispatch, something th? depnrtn.-,-:ir
has been trying to have done for nia iy
weeks. The supposition is that t.ii
jiarticular message came down fr in
Peking to Tieu T*iu by courier and w
put on the wires either at that point
lit Taku. The state deiwrtinent decide
to make no statement as to the contort
of the message beyond the simple
that Mr. Conger's message did i:«
jnark any material change in the sit
tui­
tion at Peking. It appears that what
ever responses are to be made by 11:
powers to the proposition to evacu,
Peking are expected to be directed
tho government of liussia and not i
our stare department. The Russian
government undoubtedly will iu turn
Noti!j- the I riited Mate*
as well as all the other governments
concerned as to the nature of (fee n
Bponses.
It is stated that up to the present Irs
thau a majority of the powers ini
tsted in the Chinese question have
re­
sponded to the Russian proposal so 1 •.
ns our government is advised and r:
officials here agree with the gem: .,
tenor of the European disjKitches iu t:
conclusion that final action ou the par
of all the powers may not be had Or
several days at least. Everything n w
aepeuds on the action of Russia, he
attitude of the other nations being
Btive, and if he does not hasten
carry out li..r announced purpose to
withdraw the troops the other govern- I
ruents probably wiil be content, cl er
ishing the hope that in the meantime
6ome kind of a Chinese governnn nt
can be re-estrbiished in Peking with
which the powers may negotiate for a
final settlement. i
MESSAGE FKOH CIIAI-FEE.
Reports That llostilitr« llave 1'ractically
(eased.
WASHINGTON,
Sept. 5.—The follow­
ing dispatch was received by the war
department from General Chaffee:
"Written report of operations up to
relief of legations will be forward as
KOOU as possible. Preseut conditions
are that hostilities havo practically
ceased, only occasional shots fired
from cover, small party repairing tele
graph line and foraging. No consider
able body of Chinese troops (Boxers)
discovered here or along line of com
munication.
"We hear Li Hung Chang lias fnll
power, but he is not here. Will United
States keep military force here until
terms of peace art- arranged? Now in
China about .",000 effectives, Sixth cav
alry, light battery Fifth urtillery, bat»
talion of the Third, Ninth infantry,
Fourteenth infantry, l,00u marines. I
think ample force for United States
unless jtolitical reason, not apparent to
me, demands larger force. Shall take
6,ooo as the basis of my requirement
for supplies. If troops remain must
winter in tents, and conical wall tents
will be required, one tent ten men.
Water falling in river rapidly. Must
soon haul supplies 40 miles. Satisfied
railroad will not be repaired before
river freezes.''
DESIRE OF AMERICANS.
Shanghai Asftociatlon Seti|* Iteqnest
to the Freaiden$»
CHICAGO,
Sept. 5.—A dispatch to Th®
Record from Shanghai say
a:
The American association here has
just met and agreed to request Special
Commissioner Rockhill to ask President
McKinley not to give his consent to the
withdrawal of the American troops
from Peking, to refuse to recognize the
empress dowager and Li Hung Chang
and to lend his influence toward the
restoration of the emperor.
Mr. Rockhill will remain for the
present in Shanghai until he can com
municate with the admiral g|e
United States squadron.
REFUSES 10 LEAVE PEKING.
Germany Willing to I Every |{,„„aroe
iu Holding the tliinene Capital.
IJKKLIN, Sept. o.—One leading iierlin
journal asserts that Emperor William,
while conversing with a group of offi
cer", said:
Cnder no conditions shall we give
up Peking, even if every army corps
has to be mobilized."
It apjMjurs that the portion of the
proposal which contemplates the re
moval of tho legations to lien Tsin
does not meet with opposition, but the
iJeking
iroposal that tho troops should vacate
will not bo acted upon as yet.
Cabinet Minting Without KeNult*.
WASHINGTON-,
Sept. G.—The cabinet
meeting was without results. No news
of importance it was stated had been
recehed from uny source ami nothing
of public interest transpired at the
meeting. Secretary liay aud Pohtinas*
ter General Smith were tho only ab*
Attention!
Don't rgrt
tho
The belief that tho railroads will
compel the commission to take the in
itiative and eider the rates into oft'ect,
is amply continued. This attitude
places the burden of proof upon the
commission. This body will now have
to convince the courts that the sched
ules are not excessive and confiscatory.
L.
1). LEVELLING DEAD.
KHIKUK'
Kx-tiovrrnnr surrumb* to
Ii*en«e at Arkiij «ii* C'itjr.
WK'IUTA, Kan., Sept. 5.—Ex-Gov
ernor L. i. Lewelling died very sud
tienly and uiu x]eetedly of heart dis
ease at Arkansas City, Ivan.
Governor Lewellmg had teen in poor
health for a long time. Last Saturday
he went to (iueda Springs, a watering
plnce near Arkansas City, but i/rew .so
much worse tlint lie started Sunday to
return to his home here. He did not
proceed farther than Arkansas City,
but on reaching that place went to the
home of his brother-in-law, where tho
end came. Since the expiration of his
term of office the ex-governor had been
engaged in the real estate business and
Murderer'* Life Saved.
DENVER,
Sept. 0. Alvina Pollen, IS
years old, daughter of Mans Pollen,
proprietor of the Metrojiolitan hotel, was
bhot and instantly killed by William
C. llarager, a rejected admirer, who
had been employed as a cook in her
father's hotel. The murderer was ar
rested. He had swallowed a do:,e of
poison, but antidote* were promptly
administered and he will recover.
LATEST MARKET REPORT.
ftululli Grain.
DFL.. ril, Sept. 5.
HEAT—Cash No. I hard 77%o, So. 1
Northern 7~*I No.
Northern
Minneapolto Wheat.
MINNKAI'OMS,
Sept. R.
IIKA1 In Store—Sejitember
Decomtiur Uu Track-No. 1 hurd
7o^c No. 1 Northern 74Ko. North
ern
(2AE.
Sloo* C-lty I.ive Stock.
Sioux CITY, la., Sept. 5.
CATTLE—Murkot steady on best,SLOW
and o(tilyc lower ON others.
Sulos ranged j.ryj for hue vet
13.00®,4.Oti lor (ows, bulls and mixed*
W.u"C'.44.40 for Blockers and feeiler* jaij
forymrlings and CM Ives.
HOGS—Market steady. ITAUAE OF
prices
Ke^eipta: Cattle 1,700, hoga 9,908,
l'anl I'nion Stoelc Yarda.
SOUT.I Sr.
PAUL,
HOGS Market opened strong and iin
higher. Kcingoof prices,
CATTLE—Market steady. Hutchor
Btull in demand.
Sales ranged at F:[email protected] for cholm
butcher cows and huiiers, |4.7OAI(JO for
choice butcher steers,
bulls, 14.00(-i
,«.00 lor veal calvea, 13 6.)^
4.10 for good to
ehoico
Fro® now on I shall offer Special Inducements In
following lines:
Dimities,
in town. Vou^ to please,
J.
I'LA ViNv A W Al i.V» i AA1
Uullroadtt Will lot Mi»n«Mt:» Conimla
Hlonrrs Take th- Initiative.
ST. PAII., SIPT. A.—When
the rail
read and warehouse ronmiissiuu con
fronted the representatives of the rail
reads of the state and asked the latter
to submit evidence to .-Low wherein the
proposed rate scheduks wire unreason
able, the railroads turned tables effec
tively, aud took up a position which
iuit the commission at a serious disiui
\antage.
Blue Letter Shoe Sale.
Prices Way Below Quality.
plat e. You can
get
more
JU«T IK
71,'SU, No,
^SPRING T) Arrive—No. 1 hard,
77
AC,
No. 1 Northern 7 -KC, new No. I
hard 77 ,, FCEPTYMUER No. 1 Northern
IIII+C, lJecoinbur 7O JC.
1'LAX—Cush TL.04, September |1.02%,
October
First-class!
work.
stockers aud
feeders, ?.J.^5YI4.J5 lor steer calves,
BLLUHL Market weak. Lauibfl
lower good demand.
WUL^.R:IN^D
AT
10a
for sheen,
$4.0O££4.lor lambs.
Keccipt-s: Cuttle WXJ, calves LYJ, hoirs
70J, sheep 7uj.
Chicago Vulon Ktoek Y«rU.
CHICAGO, Sept. 6.
CAT ILK—Market L'or native Mtoers 6R?£
10c lower butcher stoek steady.
Sales ranged at tii.MCiH.o) lor Ijetves
f4.u(J(!t t.-VJ lor poor to medium, _)
4.80 lor Htoi-kers and feeders,
lor cows
and lieilerH,I|!i.^J(TFIA.LW lor Texas
fed steers.
HOGS Market strong to shade higher
Top
Sales ranged at $ .0O(^J.50 for mixed
and butchers, $OH)6:,A7}4 for GOOD to
choice heavy, FOR rougo heavy
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hnjk ''LNJ
SHLKl'—hiieep and l.nubs steady
Saks ranged at^..j^».7^ lor good to
choice We tilers, ^J^o.70 tor native
lambs.
Chicago Grain ami I'rovinioD*.
CilicAu», Sept. 5.
WHKAT-Stpteml^r S
veuilmr
W.0UJ43.YD
74?»c.
Sept. &
"1/HC, November -1
tll^,U^~'S"I'lt!i,$11.^0.
1 l!JOr
Vll.no, January
i
FUR f,LT
c,lsh
Everybody.
Lawns, Organdies, Grauze De§(
Percales and Summer Dress Goods.
Sliirt waists. Ladies and Misses Skirts, Wrappers, Para$o
Com© in and look over our
tioods
J. FITZGERALD
for a Dollar than
Palace Meat flarket.
Fresh & Salt Meats#,
Cured Mams jf[
Sausage & Fish
Uftle-rs promptly doliverod to any part of ti e
city. Call and try u.-.
ir
CORN —September 8tfe, October 8Bc
November
HQtH
October
Northwestern
l.e* Southwestern fl.i.'(,ilj.yu Seotmn
ber IIOetobor i'l.iuii ptom-
LGGS—F.rosh, Mo,
lold AIhUI
lalrr
bH«" B«"t
f«it« are wnrthl^."^
by a ohiirch
to huiiHna Holdinrn in the I'i.tlin
^^11 liTlOWfl imrx fnr »ti|/
nkin diHManf'H. The Inci!
COOK
'"IR^R LVLI'NK.,
&•
AliXi/io'SSS'!.
waH
lionisvillM K
ODER
A YI
I
ri"' Aa«-
«Pprov.il of 'Vr'
ih*
to
»»y Fred Kurth. Madwon, S.
ftIlv
J. P. NISSEN.
Good Paint Economy
MEANS
BUYING GOOD PA1NI
ihu i'aint that. wt'M lougeht—that never
No buyer can afford to inwet money in unsatisfactory
cause the dealer cjin name a little lower price,
manent resultH and good economy only witli tiie
chase of most r«*1 i il»1»- paint.
MONARCH PAINT
lias the wiik-st reputation tor longest service—greatest
#ring capacity—most durable lustre. When, you seci.
this well known brand you've the beBt paint that money
boy—that the hit:, wide World can produce, and tin* prw
you pay are really no higher than you're often n»k«'il i
inferior goods. Ask for color card.
i
TAESMSSD
JAS. REGAN,
COOK & ODEE
Fashionable Tailor.
Business Suits, $16 up.
Your onlers
CITY
MEAT MARK
JOHN 8CHU1/TZ Propt:
Keep cotutanily on
October
line of
FitsQ am ciitsi N
Fish, fowl anil Gaina m101
Kkhu avenue.
FRED KURTH
M,l]
BU U,p
Dealer in
CIGARS
SWp in
aod try
C'""'
famous JOHN OUND I'"'

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