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DAILY LEADEK HADISON, 80UTH DAKOTA. SATURDAY", OCTOBER26,18U6. Lo«al Time at»ie. Chicago, Milwaukee A Hi. e%"il l'«llw»y, which took elfrct, Sunday. Auifuet-.ir, IMS: A I N U U I N U A Pataenger, Ho. 4, depart* 11 a. i». Freight, No.%, depurie »:&> a. in. Freight, No. 7», lepart» p. n. K A I N S O I N O W K S P»«*enct*r, No. 1, d^iiari* :*:&'> t. in. Way Ireigbt, No. 97, ili-piirtu 7 .V) n,. THT i A i N o K i Paitaenger, No. 1, arrive* 3-.'5(1 JI. m, Freight, No. 7:!, arrive* Freight, No. !5, arriv«*e ."i,.V» p. m. THAIN* PRO* TUB WIKT. PgMonger, No. 4, arrive* !i::w u. ni. Freight, No. ttH, arrive* .': K- p. tn. All the above train* carry panaeagcr* hni freights only when passenger* are provided with tickets. Passenger trains emne east make connection U Kgan for all point* noiith, and pargenger train ^olng west, at Woonsocket (or ail pont* nortb. A I O N A I O I N K Paaseneer eoimr Dorth. departs it:l» n. m. Pameneer from north arrives, :$:.*» p. m. NO. LUtKIN. ONE FOOT L0K6. Uwal Agtmt. Til K FAIR. That's the exact size of every Shoe in our store—and vour foot is a foot. A shoe dealer can give you scant measure as well as a grocery man. Out of your size he can convince many people the next size iH the best they can find. And the "next best" is absolutely the worst. We keep your size because we keep every size. If you can'e be titted—per fectly—at our store your feet ur not mates or they are |ueer in some way and its "no tit, no shoes" with us. We will not let a person take a poor fit if we can help it. THE FAIR, THE CITY. 1.4 1, fBKVI'liKM. T"*Mr. ard Mrs. C. W. Wood left for Sioux City at noon, for an extended virit. Weatber report: Snow Harries to-day and to-night. Fair Sunday, coid wave, high northwest winds. W. Davison and wife departed for 'Chat field, Minn., to visit Mrs. Davison's mother before she departs on an eastern trip. ^-•VesterdHy and to-day enormous qu mt ities of wheat come to ourelevators though the ruling price is still 40 cents a bushel. Flax is 71 cents. Willie Opperud who has been in busi ness at Davis spent the night with friends here and went to Canton where he will remain in the future. nele Tom's Cabin Co., who appear on the loards at the opera house to night, arrived this morning on their special car which is sidetracked ut the depot. Mrs. J. Farnngton, of Rocky Run, WTis., who has been looking after her farming interests in this vicinity for some time returned home to-day. She was accompanied by her little daughter. Egan Express, 'J4: Emery Bailey uentto Madison last week and accepted a position as night operator in the tele graph oflice. He is an able manipulator of the keys. ^^Superintendant Sherrard, of the Children's home retnrned to Sioux Falls to-day with his three "Gipsy Wrens." The little tots gave one of the most do ligntfut entertainments last evening ever held in Madison and the collect.on taken up at the close of nearly $:U.OO attested the appreciation of the audi ence. It has brought the good work of this home nearer to the hearts of our people. Before leaving Supt. Sherrard called at I'llK DAII.Y LKADKH office to have his thanks expressed to the people of Madison for their generous reception and contribution and also to Mauager Fitts for the free use of the ojera house. D. McKinnon received a dispatch to day announcing the arrival in Madison Monday, October 28, of S. C. McCoy, the well known New York cloak man, who will display a large line of garments of the very latest styles at Mr. McKinnon's store. Mr. Mc(3oy has visited Madison on several occasions, always making his display at Mr. McKinnon's, and his abil ity to please is well known. Oregon and California fruita at Jenks & Cross'. Cloak opening at McKionon's Monday, October 28. I'urle TOM «mp»}- Caiorsel. PII'KS ONE, Oct. 25.—Manager Opera House, Madison, S. D.: The Cook Twin Sister Uncle Tom Cabin Co. played here to-night to a packed house. They gave the best and most original version of that immortal play ever produced here, and the universal verdict is that they are by far the best balanced and strongest Un cle Tom company ever vieiting this country. Their street parade is very strong, but theii sta^e performance is by far Btronger. J. E. tieoucK., Manager opera house. Repairing and finishing over all kinds of furniture and picture framing promptly done. New and second hand HiMvinjr machines for sale at my resi denre on east Main Rtreet. i J. H. ROHEMTS. There are many jyood reanons why you should use One Minute Cou^hCure. There are no reasons why you should notvif in Deed of help. The only harm- less remedy that produces immediate re sults. FRANK SMITH. McCoy, the New York cloak man, will display nn immense stock of late style garments at McKinnon'-s store Monday, October 'JS. -rut: nl item:*. Order of Kxri-ci'ti'M In the ItiflVreiit llcmsvs oj or«liip In tlie 4'ity To-Horruw. I BArrisT ciii iic ii. No. 7 in the series on the Lord's Pui). r. entitled, "Regenerated society, or H- I: ivvponsibility for wrong doing." •Su:id.i\ school at noon. Juniors at 15:30 p. tn. V. 1\ U. at 0:110. At 7::i() I)r. Tr.it will speak on "Alcohol and blood and br.tin." You cannot fad to be profit ed by these services. Come. rntSHYTKKlAN CIIL'HOII. The pastor, Dr. A. T. \Vo!tf, will preach at llh.'JO a. m. and 7:1)0 p. to., and to the childien at .'»:!»() p. m. Morning subject, "Vai"• of ordinances illustrated in Na.i" Evening, People's service, mu-. program. Subject of eermon, "Oi.' .g woman's choice." Sabbath Brl xu ta noon. Children's service at p. m. Christiau Endeavor at &3:4.">. Ev r\ body invited to these services, to. K. ('HL'licit. S"i v v-.'f- tomorrow ts follows: Claas mi"'i. ::t '.1 '5 a. m. Preaching at 1' in', "l^essons from Oman's t'n it 'i'." Sabbath school at lli I'"'.s'uftat p. m. Ep hnl by Mr. Ira nion at 7:4-». Subject, 1 I ..away.*' TIHH will begin a '-ni,•• ins from the book of i.. i.v i i iM'.v come. You are u i t: i lin i ii, j': i\t-r with sermon at a. ii'- 1 "'What is ttie General \. n! i." Sunday school at noon. No evening service. Service at the Leonard Jones school house at- p. m. REMARKS BY MR. HILL. Will Hate the Northern Pacific Inside of GO l)»y», 1I» Thinkn. NEW YORK, Oct. •,».—Charles B. Wright of Pennsylvania, a former di rector of the Northern Pacific Railroad company, and still one of its large prop erty holders, says that J. J. Hill de clares that a decision will be rendered in Mr. Hill's favor within 50 days. Mr. Wright added: "That, is, however, an up liill job. The Nonhenr Pacific is independent and a new organization will be effected wholly outside the Hill interest. WTitli in six months 1 predict the Northern Pacific will be reorganized by its own security holders." The Adams organization cunimitfei held a meeting to consider the advisa bility of agreeing upon a well knowr financial man suggested by the Ives in terest for receiver of the road. While it was announce-! that 110 decision wa-i reached, matters are rapidly erystalliz ing into a general agreement. This nu-.j be aunoanceu i his we* k, or possibly u further a-i ji armnein may be asked for peiibi'.ijj* ih» final settlement now in Hight. American St.-dent* Barred. WASHINGTON, Oct. 2G.—Apparently the British authorities feel that they have gone as far as prudence and cour tesy permits in assisting in the educa tion of our naval constructors, for the navy department hits been notified that hereafter no American naval officers will be permitted to take the course at the Greenwich Royal school of naval architecture, a privilege which has leen enjoyed by them for many yeii^s. Hecelvi-r^lor fitruthnukna. WEST SUPRKIOR, Wis., Oct. 26.— Strothiuau Br.-a.' foundry, the largest in Superior, has been put in the hands of a receiver, owing to complications caused by contentions among the part ners. The plant, docs a large business, and is valued at $•"), 000. Senatur V»n Wyclt Itead. WASHINGTON, Oct. Ex-United States Senator Charles H. Van Wyck of Nebraska died at -I^H) p. m. in his apart ments at the Portland flats. He was •tricken with apoplexy Monday after noon, and his condition since has been very critical* For the finest line of pears, grapes, quinces, apples and other fruits, call on Jenks & Cross. Say, why don't you try De Witts Lit tle Early Risers? These little pills cure headache, indigest:on and consumption. They're small, but do the work. FRANK SMITH, Acts at once, never fails, One Minute Cough Cure. A remedy for asthma, and iha4, feverish condition which accom panies a severe cold. The only harmless remedy that prodnces immediate results. S Don't Tobacco Spit or Mnoke Your Life Away is the truthful, startling title of a book about No-To-Bao, the harmless, guaran teed tobacco habit oure that braces up nicontinized nerves, eliminates the nico tine poison, makes weak men gain strength, vigor and manhood. You run no physicial or financial risk, as No-To Bac is sold by Frank Smith under a guarantee to cure or money refunded. Book free. Address Sterling Remedy Co., New York or Chicago. FI:ANK SMITII. NOmVEST NEWS KERNELS Lisbon, N, D., voted in favor of bond lng for waterworks. Winona's animal poultry show will be held Jan. 13 to 18. Co:igrossm::n TV.wue the Dulttth district is reci-vt r'ng ir- in his recent illness. Several Sio 1." City enterprizes which v. ent down in h° panic of two years •go will le re ig tnized. .Tanesville, Wis., has ju-t dedicated tbo finest hi.rh school building in the Btatc ontside of Milwaukee. Th" j/niii chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star low met at Charles City with about ?C0 delegates present. Bnrleyrh county (N. D. official will ask Federal Judge Thomas to compel the Northern Pacific to pay 1893 and 18D4 taxes. The Northern Pacific will box in a huge fan at one end of the Bc.zenian tunnel^o clear out the gas and siu ke so that firemen may work from the oth"r iMid. The fire hits been burning for weeks. The ree«'-nt student troubles at the Wisconsin university will probably re sult in th«' abolition of the military department. Lieutenant Cheynoweth has n sii'i:' 1 and will recommend its discontinuance. FOREST FIRES. Those Around Green liay, Win., St!II linrnini Klorcely. GREKN BAY, Wis., Oct. 2t».—The pail of smoke that has enveloped the fity for weeks past was never more disagree able than during the night. i came from the west, where continuous fires are burning between here and £eym ur. Large fires are raging immediately east and west of that place, the one to the vest having ap} loacht to wi hill a quarter of a mile of the c'ty, but with out ai.parert danger ii!ti ss ill the evi lit of a heavy wind. Those east of the city are still burning and an immense amount of timber is being drstr-'yed. A number of men have bten nipioyed for several days watching fires und clear ing laden limber from the right of way oi the Almapee and Western railway, and the danger to \b. bri-iges and trestles of that ad is o\er for the pres ent at least. Arr«-»t« at Morris ark. Ni w YORK, Oct. 20.—At Morris Park nine bookmakers and two judges of the races were arrested l'or alleged violation of the anti-gambling law. Cranbi-rry Marnhcr. Ablaze. NECKDAH, Wis., (Jet. 20.—Fire has been raging on the cranberry niarshe* and a force of men have, been fighting it, but, driven by a strong west wind, it is burning without much prospect of being checked, unless by rain. Some hay has been destroyed and much valu able cranberry land is being burned over. S. C. McCoy, the New York cloak tnnn, will hold a grand opening at Mc McKinnon's store Monday, October 28. To rent, for cash, 1G0 acres, one mile northeast of the city. C. E. KENNEDY. Genuine deep sea, salt water, oysters in bulk, at Jenks & Cross'. The healing properties of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve are well known. It cures ec/.ctna, 6kin affections and is simply a perfect remedy for pi'es. Another important anuoucement by the Northern Pacific is thethrough tour ist car service between St. Paul, Minne apolis and Sacramento and San Francis co, California, via Portland and the fa mous Shasta route. The Northern Pa cific overland train leaving St. Paul every Wednesday carries these cars. For reservations and other information apply to ChaR. S. Fee, general passenger agent N. P. R. R. It is a truth in medicine that the small est dose that performs a cure is the best. De Witt's Little Early Risers are the smallest pills, will perform a cure, and are the best. Total Total FRANK SMITH. It's jnst as easy to try One Miuute Cough Cure as anything else. It's easier to cure a severe cough or cold with it. Ix»t your next purchase for a cough le One Minute Cough Cure. Bet ter medicine better results better try it. FRANK SMITH. TPF csmm Saving of fuel in one year A HOT COMBINATION! A Drrldr4 Advantage the CallCor •la Traveler is the new through tourist car service inaugurated by the Northern Pacific R. R. in connection with the Southern Pa cific R. R., ShastA route, between the East and California points via Portland, Oregon. These cars leave St. Paul and Minnea|tolis every Wednesday afternoon via the Northern Pacific "Overland" ar riving at Sacramento and San Francisoo the following Monday morning. Berth rate only 8(» For reservations apply to Chas. S. Fee, general passenger agent, N. P. R. R., St. Paul, Minn. SIR! GR9W W) ers. By the goodness of our (iroo TABLE DELICACIES is our cry proper prices our key note of success. Our cry at pre sent is APPLES and we arc loaded with the best varieties. Come and see tlieni and you will buy. We are head quarters H. J. Munro. KWKIKV Geo. Cook, THE JEWELER. makes a specialty of fine WATCHES AND JEWELRY. Repairing Pronptig and mechanic ally Executed. Central Block, Madison, S. D. -O a s hL w a 7T FRANK SMITH. They will do the ftame amount of work that any "other stoves do with at least one-fourth less fuel. Note what that means to you in one year. With the common heaters you use i tons of hard coal at 89 per ton $.10.00 With the common cook stove you use 4 tons of soft coal at ?7 p"r ton 28.00 With the Radiant Home Heater you uee 3 tons of hard coal $27.00 With the Acorn Cook Stove you use 2 tona of soft coal 21.00 Our store is full of stoves. When you wish a stove or heater call on us and we will save you money. MKAT i% ItKKT. CENTRAL Meat Market Choice Cuts and Brands of Meat Salt and Fresh. Fish, Fowl, Sausages. Orders promptly delivered. PAUL STAUK, Prop. RADIANT -Jig^STWES MM -ay AND HEATERS -HeS- RANGES Johnson Bros., & Co. x/i O CO ss w O en o i i i COAI A\l We keep $t 4.00 $48.00 916.00 Headquartsrs for Underwear. The very Latest Novelties, in LADIES. iKNTSs WOOII. HUBBELL BROS..^ Hard and Soft Coal. We are now prepared to receive orders lor Winter Supplies. ill stock SLABS. Deliveries made to any part of the City. DR. F. V. PALMER, DENTAL SUBGEON Office over Citizens National Bank. MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. and see the/finest line oi STOVES AND RANGES that ever came to Madison. CRIST RENSCH. THOMAS, THE TAILOR Has just lveeived a full line of samples of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING. I'IIIII''. throw ut? that Him»y ready made elothin^ anil call on THOMAS, THE TAftott lie will fix \on out with an ?l?i£akrvf custom made Suit"-for $15 and upward. •sspr CinLDHKN. I INT A NTS Underwear in all Wool and Merino. Also, a beautiful line of Hosiery for Ladies and Children. We have a Merino Men's Sock for 15 cts., two pairs for 25 cts., easily worth 25 cts. per pair. IL/£cI£sZian.3n.©:n._ SCOTT & SHERIDAN. REAL ESTATE, Business Property Residence Property, Block Property. Acre Property arwe have also some very cuoice bar* gains in Farm Lands. Hon ty io Ictn o:i' Rates of CENT4K ST. so. r»Alv ON, M. Farmer. C. J. F#r«»r. FARMER & FARMER, ATTORNEYS COUNSELORS AT LAW Office in Syndicate bloek.