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5 THE DAILY LEADER KAD18UN. SOUTH DAKOTA. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 28.1894. t*o«al Tiae Ttlit. Ohlc*«o. Milwaukee & St. Ir'nnlKaUWSfr, wfclek tMk effect, Sand ay, M*y fc, 1HS*. Til A IN eolNO U«t. fawenger, Ho. 4, departs 11:06*. m. Freight,-No. 96, departs «:3» «. ». freight, No. 74, df|art# 8:00 p. TRAIN* (Wl*# ««•*, Mixed, So, 97, d«|artr 4: K ?T TBAINO fKttin ia» lilt. faftaenger, No. 3, arrives 8 "45 p. m. retght, No. 71, arm«» 4 :M»». m. Preiuht, No. 85, »rrive« •"..**" p. m. THAlNl* FHO* THE WUWT. Freight, Ho. B8, arrives 10:45 a. m. AH the above train# curry passengers toischta only when pae#eng*ra art) provided with lefcet*. VuMS(er iroin)! north, depart* 5:50p. m. but Passenger train* gome east make connection Kgan for all point# south, and passenger train fotag west, at woonsocfcet for ail ponu north. .• madison & RHifTor. LINK. itasseneer from north arrives, 10:50 a. m. JNO. L&KKIN. Local ARWt. VAIH NTOKK New Goods Stylish Goods Good Goods Cheap Goods Goods to Suit the Times Goods to Suit the People $ People who wish people to remember that though they are a little disfigured they still in the r— FAIR STORE THE CITY, W»€AL BHBCVITIRM. Mrs. Henry Smith went to Bryant to live during the winter. Mrs. Dean started this evening on her return to Watertown. D. D.Holdridge, Esq., went to Sioux Falls and will return tomorrow. John Pye of the Normal school went home to Bryant to spend Thanksgiving. Thoa. Carey took the morning train for Chicago where he will look for work. Neil Cullim of the south part of the •oonty was before the pension board to day. H. B. Schnner oame up on the eve ning train to spend Thanksgiving with his family. Shooting match to-morrow at 1 p. m. south of the electric light plant. Lire pigeons in trap. Miss J. M. JT. Pryne went vest this evening to spend Thanksgiving at her heme in Jerauld county. Miss Lova Jones arrived from Bran don, S. D., this evening and will resume her studies at the normal. Emma Anderson of Wayne township* aged 26, died to-day, but further particu lars this reporter was unable to learn. No paper will be issued from THE DAILY I^KADER office to-morrow evening on account of the Thanksgiving holi day. Mrs. Carrie Johneon arrived from West Superior last evening to visit with her sister Mrs. Walhe Ginder and other family relations. Lake oounty raises some good sized porkers even this year. Yesterday A. J. MoGowan, of Clarno, sold four hogs weighing 1,844 pounds. Hie case of the state of South Dakota against Lou Fisher, Mrs. McQrath, 'com plaining witness, was continued] until Friday, December 7, at 9 a. m. Thanksgiving service at the M. E. church to morrow morning at 11 o'clock. Sermon by Rev. A. C. Blackman. Make your plans to attend, and bring a thank offering for the poor. Rev. J. Y. Ewart departed by the eve ning freight last night for Pittsburg, Kansas, with his carload of household goods and live stock. He has about a four days ride ahead of him. Some person thoughtlessly or malto lousiy about Halloween time took away the pump head of the pump on Rev. N. M. Minnie's lota in the northweet part of town and the reverend gentleman would like it returned as he is now building and stands much in need of it. Joe. Reath and Chas Demick were brought before Justice Holdridge yes terday afterdoon for a hearing under the charge of taking boxes of merchandise from a freight car. They were given time to plead and bonds tlxed at S300, the cases being continued until next Fri dap at 9 a, «. Reath secured the bond but Demick is still in jail. Instead of the regular prayer meeting tomorrow evening at the M. E. church, thsrs will be a union of the prayer The Cut Price Hale sttfi con tinues at The Bostob. Suits and Overcoats sold 06e-tbird t,e$$ than former pttces. If jou Want something FASHIONABLE in Icfflies, Shins, Collars. Hals or jlnnn Come to us, llUjluj We are the Leaders In FasWoti. IHIIIIMiHIIM^ R. L. Cumnock, A. M., professor of rhetoric and elocution in Northwestern university, Illinois, has for IS years led in the elocutionary work at the mother Chautauqua in New York and is said to be the finest platform declaimer and reader in the country. His readings "cover the entire field of English litera ture. Come and hear him at the Pres byterian church next Friday evening. Conversation on the streets today turns by way of curiosity to the filling of the vacancy of the mayorality. There is not so much speculation as to who the candidates will be as to the mode and time of getting at it. According to the general law of 1890 under which we are now operating, a special election must be called to till the vacancy, if it occurs more than three month before the ex piration of the term. Section 9 of arti ole 14, providing for special elections in Be an office fails to be filled, states that "the city council shall forthwith order a new election therefor," so it would ap pear that the matter is largely discre tionary with the council when it shall take plaoe. Watch for "Why not." Sausages of all kinds. GOKTHEL SOVRAN. "Why not" is coming. Fresh bulk oysters, solid i GOKTHEL & SCHULTZ. AivertlMd Letters List of letters remaining uncalled for in the postoffioe in Madison, November 28,1891: Farrell, George Ryan, Annie Hansen, Martha Willing, John Paulson, Bell A Persons calling for the above, please say "advertised." After fifteen days thcty will be sent to the dead letter office WM. TOBIK, P. M. Everybody wonders "Why not." Tkaakaflvlac Olascr, Nice dressed geese, turkeys, ducks and chickens for Bale at reduced rates, es pecially designed for Thanksgiving trade, at the Central market WM. N. ROCHK. Cftr4 of Thanks. We desire in this public way to extend our thanks to the citizens of Madison for their uniform sympathy and kind ness, also the city council and the civic societies of the city, during the illness and burial of our beloved son, husband and brother. Mas. M. J. MCGILLIVBAT. MRS. JOHN MCGILXJVBAY AVD FAMILY. "Why not." A choice seleotion of meats of all kinds. Go ETHEL FT SCHULTB. CkMp Kent. I have rooms in Madison for three small families which I will nt to the right parties from the first day of De cember, 1894, to the first diy of March, 1895, free. IRVING D. SMITH. Nice fat turkeys and duoks for Thanksgiving dinner. GOKTHEL FC SCHULT£* "Why not" is in everybody's mouth. If you want a choice piece of meat any kind call at the leading market. GOKTHEL & SCHULTZ. of WME GOYBBNMKHT ACTHOMITT. Confident Tbelr Coaairy— Were Officially Slain. CHICAGO, Nov. 28.—Chicago Armen ians are now positive the recent atro cities in Sassoon, Armenia, were com mitted under direct governmental au thority. The belief is based on private advices from Constantinople, in which it is asserted th^ Mufti of Moosh, who has control of religious matters in vtht diairu of Moosh, whioh covers ~Sas soou. has eu decorate 1 bv the Sultar. V -GEmaaar BIG BOSTON Still They Got GRINAGER i meeting service and an Epworth League Thanksgiving missionary service. All who have received self-denial envelopes are requested to bring them. Missions, will be the subject of our prayers and thought. Everybody invited. mumm RELIEF WORK. The Committees' Plans, Promises and Work—Other Appointments Plaoe for Supplies Bring Them It. The Central Relief committee met at their headquarters opposite the postoffice last evening and held a profitable sess ion. Application blanks for the needy were distributed and a record of all cases of help contributed, ordered kept. Sub-committees reported good progress in the work, that of genera] arrange in )nts having received from J. A. Trow the free use of the room in which the oommittee met, as a headquarters for supplies and place of doing business. Needy cases of families had been inves tigated and were reported by the com mittee having that iu charge and the committee on distribution reported sev eral families already aided. The solicit ing committee had been quite success ful in receiving contributions so far, no table among which is the gft of 40 sacks of flour from N. B. Smith & Son, several large boxes of clothing through the in strumentality of Chairman Farmer, and small sums of money and necessary pro visions through other members of the committee. Hereafter, Tuesday after ternoons and all dty Saturdays, the Committees of investigation and distrib ution will be at headquarters to attend to applications and give out supplies. Donations for the cause can be brought to the headquarters at these times, or at any other time when the room ie not open by calling on Hugh Murray who who will gladly reoeive any supplies whioh may be brought in. The follow ing sub-committees for the respective townships were appointed mid will be notified of their duties by oircular letter: Wayne-J. H. Groce, W. H. Yoder, J. B. Grc.ce. Bad us—B. -j iu Bresson, J. ||j\j0olft, Plazi Derungs. Nunda—A. H. Hegdal, Job$ A^Rei, Henry Coarser. Summit—O. Overskei, SoL Eastman, Amon J. Lee. Concord—Q. V. Crane, Frank Knight, Ed Seidle. Farmington—Dan O'Connell, F. O. Healey, H. G. Mueller. LeRoy—Wm. M. Downs, M. E. Hart, L. T. Crow. Rutland—S. P. Hall, Jno. L. Swenson, M. A. Munro. Winfred- C. W. Daugherty, A. H. Tuttle, S. A. Ayere. Herman—L. C. Stout, James Johnson, Wm. Grant. Chester—Geo. Richardson, H. J. Fish er, G. W. Staley. Lakeview—John Huntimer, Lata Sun de, Mrs. J. B. Johnson. Wentworth—Geo. Beck, S. N. Fader, Joseph Powers. Clarno—W. B. Dobeon^ Alvin J*. Rey nolds, Fred Thomas. & Orland—Ole Erickaon, C. F. Betts, Louis DeCelie. The regular meetings of the central committee will be held Tuesday eve nings hereafter. siMti Strike of Free Oolit. CUSTER CITY, S. D., Nov. 28.—A re cent1 strike made in the Holy Terror mine at Keystone disclosed the largest body of the richest free gold ore ever fouud in the Black Hills. Some of the ore is nearly one-half gold. Thirty dollars worth was cut off one piece of ere with a chisel. Only One Hansen* Lii|' IPSWICH, S. D., Nov. 28.—In the re count on the Cox-Barron tie for repre sentative in this district, Barron, Re publican, won by a majority op votes. This leaves the house of repre sentatives in this state with one tiama. cratic member. Bobber* Ck»t Awajr With S 1,200. SPARTA, Wis., Nov. 23.—The United States Express office at Cash ton, here, was robbed of $1,900. There is no clue. Dr. Price's Cream Baking: Powder Awarded Gold M«U Midwinter Fair, Sao Franctoc*. i iWIM^fflMRiMfilinMWMMRnKVIWMnWMHn If you want something GOOD in W e Underwear, Gloves and Mittens haye the best in the city. Prices the lowest. On Suits and Overcoats We guarantee o»r prices to be ONE THIRD IX)WER fhan any other house ttf the city. niiiiiiKi^ BROTHERS I I MRS. HIRSHFIKLIVS The principal witness of the after noon session was Joseph Bee, a Helena gambler, who had come to Fargo to tes tify in behalf of Hirshfleld. His evi dence was fixed for him and he was tc get any sum he might naipe to sweat to it. After reaching Fargo Bee re fused to perjure himself and as a result was called as a witness for defendant. Other witnesses testified that Hirshfleld endeavored to get them to swear to in timacy with Mrs. Hirshfleld, but that thejf refused to do so- BRITISH KICK. Bofoaes to Be cognise the Ntcsragnaa Gov ernment at Blneflelds. PANAMA, Nov. 28.—Advices from Managua indicate a grave situation in the Mosquito reservation. The British minister has notified Nioaragua that Great Britain refnses to recognize the Nicaraguan government at Bluefields. After an exchange of views, Minister Gosling of Great Britain telegraphed to Port Limon for a British warship to come at onoe to Bluefields. It is re ported that the Nicaraguan canal pro ject is at the bottom of the matter, and serious trouble is feared. *»i FALCON WBKCKKD. Report That '•"i CHARACTER. Many Depositions Re*d Showing Sh« Was Highly Ksteemed. FARGO, N. D., NOV. 28.—The deposi tion of Ex-Secretary of State Walker, was among those read in defense of Mrs. Hirshfield's character. Walker WM one of the proprietors of Hotel Helena, where Mr. and Mrs. Hirshfleld stopped. They seemed to be very happy, Hirshfleld leaving the bank many times a day to visit her. Witness had never seen anything in defendant's action to criticise, either before or after mar riage. Mids M. K. Lewis, superintendent of the glove department of the New York store, where Miss Ho#an was employed cashier, paid a high compliment to her character. During the time she knew her Miss fiogan had always had the esteem of everyone in the store. Ed Greene was porter on the sleeping car on which Hershfield and MiHa Ho gan rode when leaving Helena for Chi cago to getr married. Hirshfleld had testified she was following him, not accompanying and ho hid nothing tc do with her. The porter says they came on the train t:gethji\ Hirs'hfield presented a ticket one double berth and they occupied it together as man and wife. This was about the middle of August. Napoleon Salvage of Hel ena deposed as to the birth of the child May 20. Illness had left Mrs. Hirsh fleld almost a wreck physically. Duane Beoker was head clerk at Hotel Helena. He testified that Hershfield had chosen the most expensive suite of rooms in the hotel for his wife. She had nothing to do with choosing them. Hirshfleld complained about the accom modation not being good enough foi her. W. A. Spears was bellboy at the hotel. He was frequently called to Mr. and Mrs. Hirshfield's rooms. They seemed to be very happy and loving. the Pnnry Belief Schooner Haa Been Lost. HALIFAX, N. S., Nov. 28.—A corres pondent at Port Morrien, C. B., writes that an American fishing schooner put in there the other day and reported that the steamer Falcon, returning from Philadelphia to St. Johns after conveying home Mrs. Peary and the auxiliary exploring parties, was wrecked on the Virgin rocks off the coast of Newfoundland last month dur inga big storm, and all on board were drowned. farmers KM om Tabereoloala Tea*. WORCESTER, Mass., Nov. 'J6.—The Farmers of this vicinity are meeting at Auburn. They have started what seems to be a stubborn opposition to tuberculosis tests on cattle by the state cattle commission. They appointed a committee to procure legal advice as to their rights and to petition the United States circuit court to issue an injunc tion restraining the commission from continuing the test until the law has beeii. changed so that they can recover full f^lue of the animals destroyed* St. Pa«l MM a Good Chaaoe. Wks^iKOTON, Nov. 28.—Ge&qgal1 Lawler, commander-in-chief of the G. A. R., said while in the city recently that he had no doubt but what St. Paul w i i secure the national encampment in IKirti 1GN MAILS. The Service in the H?st Possible Con dition, Says Superintendent Brook* HOW THEY ARE CARRIED American Steamers Given Preference But 8peed Is the Main Consideration. WASHINGTON, Nov. 28.—The animal report of Colonel N. M. Brooks, super intendent of foreign mails, contains some interesting points on the service with foreign nations. Of the trans Atlantic service he says: "The entire trans Atlantic merchant marine is freely tendered for the conveyance of United States mails at the rates of com pensation offered by thn department Consequently the mails of Great Britain auJ tho continent of Europe are dispatched by every fast steamer, and when two fast steamers sail on the same day or succeeding days, the mails are invariably assigned to the one whose previous spe *d record gives rea son to believe that it will deliver the mails first on the other side. Ent rely Satisfactory. It in difficult to ima#iue a condition of affairs more satisfactory from either a commercial or other standpoint than that the practice in vogue has built up the letter destined for Europe, which is carelessly thrown into a street letter box, is as sure of ijhe quickest transit as the letter for the same desti nation, which is superscribed to be sent by a particular steamer after numerous steamship schedules have been carefully studied, iu order to determine by whioh steamer it should be conveyed. American Steamers Have Freference. Other things being equal, preference is always given to steauers sailing under the flag of the United States, and these steamers are allowed for their services all the postage collected on the mails they carry from this coun try, that is to sav, 5 cents a half ounce $1.60 a pound, or $3,200, a short ton for letters aud post cards, and 1 cent for two ounces, N cents per pound, or fl .60, a short ion for other articles. But it' a steamer flying a foreign flag can deliver tho mails at destination sooner han one flying the United States fia^, thrf m.uls are assigned to the foreign steamer, and she is allowed compensation at the rate of 44 cunts a pound, or $«0 a short ton for letters and post cards, and 4^ cents a pound, or $U0 a short ton for other articles. The advantage of the present practice is that the mails aro invariably Dispatched by the Fastest Veasels, every new and fast steamer being at once placed at the disposal of this de partment, and a reasonable rate of com pensation paid. The disadvantage is that the depart ment has no control whatever over the movements of the \mers, which are controlled exclusive/ by the exigen cies of trade or commerce, without re gard to postal iuterests, so that whether or not a vessel sails at her appointed time, or whether or not she carries the mails which the department tenders her, are matters entirely at the discre tion of the vesKel agents or owner. One Dead, Another Dying. OBHKOSH, Wis., Nov. 28.—Fred Schlihpe and Max Kemp broke through the ice while skating on the river, the former being drowned. Kemp was nearly froseu and may die from expos ure. Farm Balidtngs Homed. SIBLEY, la., Nov. 28.—Mike Harney, a farmer, lost his barn, granary, horses and hogs and over 3,000 bushels of grain by fire. Voted la tho NorthWMt Territory. WINNIPEG, NOV. 28.—A Calgary dis patch says: Major Jarvis, one of the highest officers in the Northwest mounted police force died suddenly Monday. Two Brothers Killed. MAUCH CHUNK, Pa., Nov. 28.—Harry and Eugene Sanders, aged 11 and 12, were struck and instantly killed by a milk train on the Lehigh Valley road at Bowmanstown. JURAT 91A It ML KT. City Meat Market Keeps constantly on hand ft fnl line of Fresh an? Cured Meats. Fish, Fowl and Game, in season, 60ETHFL4SCHULT7. FIT iCt FUEL S.7, Hyde i Elevator Company. HARPSOFT GOAL Orders respectfully solicited. Delivery wagon. 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