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THE DAILY LEADER. TUESDAY, SEPT. 11, 1W0. "OFFICiBLPBFEH OF CITY fiHD COUHTY. '•P.HMli c»F SiBtCBU'TIOS I?y mail 1. i m'iifl.i-. r»y mail, 'i liioiitl.r. 11 y uil. 1 month Hy carrier, er I'eopltV I'art.v and niorratir. Unit*- i States Senator— RICH ALU) F. PETTIGRE W. Minneha ha county. Representatives i Congress— ANDREW E. LEE. Clay county. JOSEPH B. MOORE, Lawrence county. Presidential Electors— FRED BACON. Lincoln county. JOHN M. KING, Hand county, JOHN M'ELROY, Pennington county. JOHN W. MARTIN. Codington county. Governor— BURKE H. LIEN, Minnehaha county. Lieutenant Governor— A. VAN OS Treasurer— CHARLES TIDKICK, Brule county. Auditor— FRANK J. TRACED Edmunds county. Attorney Genera!— A. E. HITCHCOCK, Davison county. Superintendent of Public Instruction M. S. AASYED, Day county. Commissioner of School and Public Lands— EDMUND COOK, Roberts county. Railroad Cnrr,Trn«?inrf'r— W. T. LA FOLLETTE. Brule county. Amid all the claims for prosperity ad vanced by the republicans, we have seen no comprehensive statement or statistics to show tio-.v large a share of the pros perity has fallen to the laboring man. We notice occasional statements that factories have been opened, and even wages increased 10 per cent, and the same instances fre repeated a good many times as if they were new ones. But the instances of lock-outs and Strikes have been so much more numer. oas that the inference is the laboring man is being still ground between the upper aijd nether mill stones. It is our bumble opinion that the laboring man's wages have not increased in any sense uommdusurate with the great claims of prosperity advanced by our republican friends. Even if wages have advanced per cent, which is a fact by no means genera], the cost of living has advanced one third, or as Bradstreet gives it, 31 per cent in the past four years, and this puts the laboring man in a position lo make much less money now than he did formerly. The increased amount of labor required lo handle and care for our iocreastd products and manufactures may have given more men steady em ployment but that they have received their just share of increased returns djes not stand to reason while paying a third more for the necesearies of life. We lirmly believe that the laboring men of this country will show in their voteb next November that they do not believe in tbe so-called republican prosperity. If there i* any such thing the results of it is going into somebody'ri else pocket than the laboring man's. The embarrassment of conscientious republicans in facing the people this year to argue against the foundation principles of our government is well illustrated by 350 ioc Bars of Kirk's Celebrated JIP BOSE TOILET SOUP At 7 Cents per Bar. Buy all you can use of it now as we cannot replace it for the same money. riorse & Munro. $4.00 2.00 1.00 1 35 101 STAIIL. Proprietor. I H1.4TK I T. DEL. Yankton county. Secretary of State— FRED B. SMITH, Brown county. United States Senator Foraker's answer when asked if he would speak with Roosevelt thig year: "I'm sura I don't know," responded the mis senator, "and furthermore, I do not care. Ae I eaid, I do not know where I am go ing. I amy run into llooeevelt and I may not. I'll teil you one thing, I'd just as leave go out to Spring Grove ceme tery us to go out 6peech-uiaking in this oaoipaigu." The Beadle county fair held in behalf of Huron college netted £400 for the in stitution which was much beyond ex pectation. levy of year as The total state and county Brown county is S mills this agaiue*. u.o mills for Lske county. Mayor Holman uf Yankton t.aa issued a proclamation ordtring all gambling suppressed during the state fair. The order is to be executed to the letter. Au Indian "stilf thirty years old, wrapped in blankets and butfalo robe and tied to the limb of a tree, has been discovered in Montana. The skin was dried as hard as a bone and the body was well preserved. C.ay county republican convention endorsed Gamble for United States senator. This is about the first break away from Kittredge in the state except where there are "favorite eons" at home. CJay county is liable to feel the heel cf the tyrant in time to come. Wesley A. Stuart, of Sturgis, vice president of the national irrigation association, for South Dakota has been to Omaha and arranged for a banquet to be given all western congressmen at Omaha on their way to Washington. The object is to secure unity iu etFort among western congressmen toward securing support of the irrigation bill DOW before congress. Yankton Press, 3: "If Bartlett Tripp has been stumping Miiui for Mc-' Kinley as he eajs and the republican majority in that state has been reduced from 40,000 to 00,000, how many speeches will Mr. Tripp have to make in Maine to turn that state from the republican to the democratic oolumn is a question in simple proportion whioh the republicans may figure on," remarked a local mathe matician today. President McKinley has pardoned Frank M. McBride formerly assistant postmaster at Salt Lake City and sentenced in May '08 to four years in the Utah penitentiary for embezzlement of f3,072 of post-office funds. M'KINLEY'S LETTER. President's Acceptance of tlie Nomination Is Given to the I'ublic. WASHINGTON-, Sept. 11.—The letter of President McKinley accepting the nom ination of the Republican convention for the office of president of the United States has been made public. It deals briefly with many questions but gives at length an account of his Philippine stewardship, claiming that there never was a time when the United States could have withdrawn from the isl ands. It also insists that the financial fight of four years ago is on again. Deafnexx Cannot lie Cured. by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. Th'-sro is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube IH inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entire ly closed, deafness is the result, and unless the intlamation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal con dition. hearing will bd duatroy^d forever nine oases out of ten are caused by Ca tarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed coddition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any ease of Deafness (oaused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for oiroulars, free. F. J. CJIKNKY & Co., Toledo, Q. Sold by druggists, 75 cents. Hall's Family Pills are the best. LI IS SOLE ENVOY Given Power by an 'Imperial Edict to Settle the Chi nese Trouble. Make Sneh Terms as He Thinks Jfest Without Consulting the Emperor. Given Credentials Adequate to Meet All Objections Here tofore liaised. WASHINGTON, Sept. 11.—The Chinese minister has received an important edict conferring ou Li Hang Chang ex truordinarv power for the complete sot tlement of the Chinese trouble. It gives him authority to make any terms according to his own discretion without referring them to the emperor. This is unusual authority and it is claimed at i the Chinese legation gives Li Hun ,* Chang credentials adequate to meet all the objections heretofore raised as to his power to negotiate for peaco. The edict is dated two weeks ago but is just forwarded from Li llung Chang. Min ister Wu delivered it to the state de partment during the morning. The edict conferring on Li Hung Chang absolute and unconditional au thority to negotiate with the powers for peace is dated on the last day of the Trh moon, Chinese calendar, which is about Aug. 24. I is issued by the em peror and cot the empress dowager. The document does not show the place at which it was issued, but it was trans mitted through Pao Ting Fu, and prob ably emanated from there as the impe rial household has been at that point for some time. An extended conference was hold be tween Mr. Hill and Minister Wu con cerning the extensive authority with which Li Hung Chung is now invested. 1 The edict makes him the sole ne tiator on the part of China, giving him discretion to act finally, and in a man lier to bind China, without interference from the emperor. The diet is prior to the request sent by Li Hung Chaiiij to the throne thut the viceroys of Nan king and Wu Chang and Prince Ching be included, with him as negotiators. OPEN PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. Ministers Kecelve Credentials Authorizing such Action. LONDON, Sept. 11.—The Chinese min ister in Loudon, Sir Chi Chen Loh Fen Luh, it is understood, has received cre dentials authorizing the opening of peace negotiations. It is intimated that similar powers have been con ferred on the Chinese ministers at other capitals and that their credentials are such as will satisfy the American and European governments. The announcement that the Chinese ministers at the capitals of the powers have received satisfactory credentials authorizing them to open peace nego tiations taken iu conjunction with the indications contained in dispatches from the Far East that China is devel oping a better disposition to arrange peace terms is welcomed here, for the desire to expedite the settlement of the trouble is increased by dispatches re ceived from Hamburg announcing that Germany will send two additional de tachments of 5,000 and fi.oiHJ men, re spectively, to' China early in Oetober. These troops, it is reported, have al ready been ordered to prepare for t&eir journey. CHING COMES BACK. The I'riuce, K«-orted by Japanese Cav alry, lleturna to the Capital. WASHINGTON, Sept. 11.—The Japan ese legation has received the following telegram from the foreign office at Tokio: "General Yamaguchi wired jor General Fukushima saying SHOULD LEAVE PEKING. Chaffee'd Recommendation Itegardiug the Legation*. WASHINGTON, Sept. 11.-The follow ing dispatch has been received at the war department from General Chaffee: "Evidence accumulates that diplo matic relations will not be resumed here for a long time. Russian legation leaves very soon for Tien Tsin. Seems to mc certain Chiue.se government will not return whilst foreign army here and if this true our legt^tion can trans act no business. My opinion Peking to bo merely camp foreign army pend ing settlement by points." power* at atfcer FULL SATISFACTION FIRST. Ore at Itritan and Germany Mil) Not ltetiro From tekiiij LONDON, Sept. 11.—A special dispatch from Berlin says Great Britain and Germany have agreed not to evacuate Puking untii full satisfaction for the re Qflftt outrages has been obtained. following lines: Shirt waists, Ladies place 111 town. I R/•*- Jl'o. cut:—1 t.we BXI-S, j-r rings, »nm I« t.'ns su».--h:i t.vlis f..r i '•nrrrlri exclusively, for tli 0 sann i *v U to the effect that Colonel Shiba, who was sent with a company of cavalry to T.-,mg-Ho Sept. Jj, escorted Prince Ching buck to Peking. The prince's residence being in the district occupied by Japanese is guarded by them. Previous to his ar rival the prince communicated to Ma that on account of the present grave situation he had been ordered by the emperor anese is now quiet and in order, tho Chinese, entertaining to return to Peking and to arrange affairs immediately. "The district in possession of the or Jap and no fear, have resumed their business. "The railway south of Tang Tsun is working, but it is impossible to say when communication beyond that place will be reopened." Come in and look over our s Qeoerai Whculrr llatt Ht'iclird the Age l.imil for Service in tlu- Army. CHICAGO, Sept. 11.—At 110011 General Jose pi 1 Wheeler, commander of the de partment of the Lake*, ased to be an officer of the United States army. Gen eral Wheeler, who is 01 years old, has reafh- (1 tlie age limit for service in the armj-. His retirement was officially communicated to him by a telegram lr„m Washington when he surren dered his command to General James H. ade, who will remain in charge until Major General Otis comes to as sume permanent control of the dejart ment. General Wheeler will leave at once for his home at Montesauo, Ala. UlUTJl AND WINNIPEG. The Old Hope for Hull road Couutc.liont Js Jtevived at Dilluth. DULUTU, Sept. 11.—While it is not likoly that official confirmation of the report can be had from the officials ol the road from Mr. liill for some time, it is learned upon the best of au thority that it is Mr. Hill's purpose to immediately continue the line of the Eastern Minnesota from Deer river to the northern extremity of the lted lake. This decision is, 110 doubt, occasioned by reason of tho fact that tho Northern Pacific is now extending its lines north from Betnidji to the same territory. The emergency bags sent by a church society to Kansas soldiers in the Philip pities contained among the necessities a box of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Halve, the well known ours for piles, injuries mid skin diseases. The ladi°H took care to obtain the original DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve knowing that all tho oouuter feits are worthless. by COOK K, ODEK KxeurMiou Katew To state f«iir at VanktoD, September 10 to 11, one fare for the round trip. Tickets sold September 8 t,o H, good to return until September 15. To tliH Inter State Grain palaoe ex. position at Aberdeen, tickets will be sold at one fare the round trip, September lf to 22, incluHive, good to return until September 21. Harper WhlNkey Iteeelved liold Med al. (Special dispatch.) Paris, Aug. 25. American whiskies reoeiven the official approval of the exposition to-day, when Gold Medal was awarded to Iiernheim Hros., Louisville, Ky., on their I. W Harper whiskey Sold iu Madison, S. Fred Kurtb. Attention Everybody. From now on I shall ofifei? Sp©ctftl Inducements in, t)he Dimities, Lawns, Organdies, Gauze Des Percales and Summer Dress Goods, and \i£r )s thai ftere Is i»i»f 1 v-* ufacvarer and 4 For 2. c. V: Misses Skirts, Wrappers, Blue Letter Shoe Sale. Prices Way Below Quality. Don't forget the place. You can get more Goods for a Dollar than Yoti's to please, J. J. 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