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THE DAILY LEADER
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA.
SATURDAY", NOVEMBER 16, 1893.
L««kl Time able.
Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Htnl Railway, which
look effect, Sunday. Auirtiet 25, 18fe5:
TKAINS IIOIKU BAST.
Passenger, No. 4, depart* a. m.
Kreighl, No.iKi, dk*iari§ a.
The Pressure of
HOES
K
has nothing to do with the pressure of
circumstances for wo can sell you a
fci.iiO shoe that don't press and at many
Btores you will have trouble in tinding a
$5.00 or $7.00 shoo that does. The fit of
a shoe doesn't depend upon its cost but
upon its maker.
Another thing, a shoo can fit all right
and look like "all possessed." We pride
ourselves upon the style of our shoes.
Style, fit and price, they are there—
what else would anyone want?
THE FAIR.
THE CITY.
liOCAL BKKV1TIKM.
John C. Schultz returned from Mil
waukee.
C. B. Kennedy went east the line to*
day on business.
Mrs. Elmer Owen was an east bound
passenger at noon.
Geo. Thayer and wife departed to-day
for Grand Rapids, Mioh.
Mrs. M. Brennan and children return
ed this evening from Madison, Wis.
Weather report: Partly cloudy to
night at.d Sunday colder by Sunday
evening. Brisk westerly winds.
Flandrau Herald, 15: Rev. John
Eastman seems to be in great demand
these days when politicians are swinging
round the circle. If Rev. Eastman is as
successful in directing the shades of
the red men to realms of eternal bliss
after they shake the dust of this sublun
ary, planet from their feet, as he has
been in initiating and directing them
through all the circumventions and
croesways to full fledged membership in
the body politic, he must indeed be a
faithful follower of the Lord.
The month of October was the driest
of the year, the rainfall being only 0.12
of an inoh, or L14 inches below the nor
mal of that Month for a succession of
years. The mean temperature of the
month was 35 or two degrees below nor*
mal. The Weather Service report also
cays: An earthquake ooourred in the
Black Hills region in the late
MENS
In this line we are positively head
quarters for standard in value and
style. We have all kinds of Overcoats
and Ulsters from the lowest price to
the finest tailor made garments that
money and skill can produce. Money
cheerfully refunded if goods not Satis
factory.
m.
Freight,No. 74, departs *:»i p. m.
TKAINH OOINM WK*Tf
ra«»encer, No 1, departs :3I p. ra.
Way Jreiicht, No. ¥7, depnrt# 7ti- tn.
TUAINfl mom THK 11«T.
Paasenger, No. 1, arrive* 3'30 p. in.
Freight, No. 7H, arrive* 4 :."so a. m.
Freight, No. ai, arrive* .Y p. tn.
TKA IN PKOM THK WIST.
Pg*st'ngor.
No.
1,
arrivi-s 11 :M0
Freight, Ho.
a. m.
lJH,
arrive* 16 p. m.
All the above train* carry paa*eneer* hut
freight* only when passenger* are provided with
ticket*.
Passenger traia* going east make connection
at Kgas for ail point* nouth, and pusaenger train
going wait, at Wocn*orkel (or all points north.
AlilftON A BRISTOL LINK.
Passenger goiiKt north, depart* a:l0 a. m.
Paa*enger from north arrivea, 8:i»0 p. in.
NO. LA.RK1N. Local Agent.
THK FAIR
GRINAGER BROS.,
The Reliable Clothiers.
afternoon or early evening of the 11th
and also the early morning of the 12th.
That of the 12th was noticed to some ex
tent, by a few persons, over the east
portion of the state.
The De Smet News and Leader in an
nouncing the marriage of a worthy
young man, Chas. J. Williams, to a
Missouri lady adds what, will be au item
of interest to Madison people They
now take charge of the old home, and are
tft home to their many friends on and
after the publication of this item. Mr.
and Mrs. B. A. Williams, the parents,
retire from the farm and take up life in
the city of Madison. They do this that
Percy may have good advantages for go
ing forward in his studies, and at the
same time be with them. While we hail
with joy the advent of the new couple
to the business world, we sincerely
regret the removal of the old folks. They
have been for some time au important
factor in the religious and social affairs
of this community, and their loss will be
greatly felt. Madison will gain propor
tiouutely by their removal." The Mr.
and Mrs. B. A. Williams referred to
above have taken up their home in the
Geo. Belknap house in the northwest
part of the city.
New York buck wheat flour and Yoe's
Maple syrup at the City Bakery.
v If you like good oat meal, you will
find just what you want atC. A. Kelley's.
Select bulk oysters, same irioe as
standard bulk City Bakery.
Freeh bulk oysters, solid meats.
GotTHEL, & SCHULTZ.
THE CHI KCHKS.
Order of finerriiifM In the Different
HouMeM of %VorMhlp In the t'lty
To-.11
or row.
1'KESUYTKIUAK CHURCH.
Serviee at 10:30 a. m. Sermon of Dr.
Wolff subject, "The Light of Eternal
Day." Sunday school at noon. YouDg
People's meeting at G:30 p. in. No even
ing sermon. Everybody welcome.
BAPTIST CHURCH.
The morning sermon theme will be,
"Eternal life a present possible
possession." In the evening the subject
will be, "Tophet." Sunday school at
noon. Juniors at 3:30. Y. P. U. at G:30.
An earnest invitation is hereby ex
tended to you, kind reader, to worship
with us.
M. E. C11LKCH.
Class meeting at 0:45 a. m. Sermons
by the pastor at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p.
m. Morning theme: "Revolution or
Evolution, or the forces in the develop
ment of Christian Character." Evening
theme: "Jonah under the Gourd." Sab
bath school at noon. Junior League at
3:30 p. m. Epworth League at G:30, led
by Miss Leora Henry. Everybody
strangers especially, welcome.
GRACE CHURCH
Morning Prayer with infant baptism
at 10:30 a. m. Pastoral letter of the
House of Bishops in place^ of sermon
Sunday school at noon. No evening
service. Servioe in Leonard Jones
8chool
house at 2 p. m.
Homemade taffies and creams in end
less variety. City Bakery.
Fresh bulk oysters, solid meats.
GOETUEL & SCHULTB.
Everything I have must be sold at
once. Household goods, team, wagons,
hay, feed, wood, buggy, everything goes.
F. W. JOHNSON.
Aots at onoe, never fails, One Minute
Cough Cure. A remedy for asthma, and
that, feverish condition which accom
panies a severe oold. The only harmless
remedy that produces immediate results.
FRANK SMITH.
Dea't Tofeaeeo Hpit or Mmolte Year
Life Away
is the truthful, startling title of a book
about No-To-Bao, the harmless, guaran
teed tobacco habit cure that braoes 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
Bao is sold by Frank Smith under a
guarantee to cure or money refunded.
Book free. Address Sterling Remedy
Go., New York or Ohioacro.
THE BOSTON
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DAN STUART'S PERSISTENCE.
Offer* 920,000 For a Finish Fight Be
tween Corbett and Fit*.
EL PASO, Tex., Nov. 1(5.—Dan 8tuart,
who has Veen in El Paso since last Sat
urday arranging for a battlefield on
which Corbett and Fitzsiuimons can
meet for a finish contest, said to an
Associated Press reporter:
"I have found a battle ground for
Corbett and Fitzsiuimons and have
wired their managers that I will hang
up a purse of $20,000 for a finish contest
between them, they to take the entire
purse if I fail
Nto
carry out my part of
the contract. I would name Jan. 19,
as the date for the battle, as that
is after the holidays, but an earlier day
caa be fixed if the principals desire it.
and the battle ground will be of easy
access to El Paso. I am in this deal
alone and am not in any way connected
with any club. I will post half of the
purse when articles for the contest art
signed and will put nf the other $10,000
five days before the contest."
SUvin Will Fight Maher.
LONDON, Nov. 16.—Frank Slavin has
accepted the challenge issued by Peter
Maher and will, if possible, contest
with him for the championship of the
world.
THE TIME OF STRIKES PAST.
Laboring Men, Says Deb*, Moat Strike at
the Ballot Box.
MILWAUKEE, NOV. 16.—Mr. Victor L.
Berger, editor of The Daily Vorwaerts,
went to Woodstock to interviow the
imprisoned labor leader, Eugene V.
Debs. Debs said in substance:
The timo of strikes is past. Laboring
men must strike at the ballot box. A
laboring man who votes for any of the
old parties is a slave who is voting the
ticket of his master, and he is forging
his own chain. I am for silver, but tho
coinage of silver is no real issue, be
cause it would cliango nothing in this
damnable industrial system that makes
slaves of the great majority of the peo
ple. Only the complete overthrow of
the present wage slavery and the estab
lishment of the co-operative common
wealth will aff« rd a thorough and per
manent help.
TO DISPLACE A. H. U. MEH1?E?3.
Many New F.mp'.tyt. Roll nil for Point
on t!i«* (irritt Northern.
ST. CLOUD, M.nnNov. 1G.—Recent
developments are le.ieved to confirm
the rep r: that the Gieat Northern is
preparing for a wholesale dis'-lntr^e of
A. 11. U. n embroiled in the recent
troubles or known to belong to the or
der. Westbound trains are said to have
been loaded with men going out to
work for the company. Eleven switch
men went to Willniar and 10 brakemen
dropped off here.
It is also reported from Melrose that
new men have l-een arriving there con
tinually for the past few days. Com
pany officials approached deny thjjt
these are to take the place of the A. R.
U. men, but said that the number of
employes were being increased and that
some are always coming-and going.
Wont Hack a. Old agea.
TOWER, Minn., Nov. 16.—The strik­
ing machinists, linemen and pumpmen
of the Minnesota mine have gone back
to work without receiving the advance
asked for.
All the Minea RotUJilng.
NEOAUNEE, Mich., Nov. 16.—The
Queen and adjoining mines will resume
mining with full forces in the near
future. Arrangements are now being
made toward that end. With this re
sumption all Negaunee mines working
previous to last summer's strike will be
working again, and with as many men
as before and with higher wages.
Say, why don't you try De Witts Lit
tle Early Risers? These little pills cure
headache, indigestion and consumption.
They're Bmall, but do the work.
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FRANK SMITH.
There an many good reasons why
you should use One Minute Cough Cure.
There are no reasons why you should
not, if in need of help. The only harm
less remedy that produces immediate re
sults.
FRAKK SMITH.
It's just as easy to try One Minute
Cough Cure as anything else. It's
easier to cure a severe cough or cold
with it. Let your next purchase for a
cough be One Minute Cough Cure. Bet
ter medicine: better results better try
it. FRANK SMITH.
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A Decided Advantage to the Califor
nia Traveler
is the new through tourist car service i
inaugurated by the Northern Pacitio R.
R. in connection with the Southern Pa
cific R. R., S hast A route, between the
East and California points via Portland,
Oregon. These cars leave St. Paul and
Minneapolis every Wednesday afternoon
via the Northern Pacific "Overland" ar
riving ct Sacramento and San Francisco
the following Monday morning. Berth
rate only $G. For reservations apply to
Chas. S. Fee, general passenger agent,
N. P. R. R., St. Paul, Minn.
The healing properties of DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve are well known. It
cures eczema, skin affections and is
simply a perfect remedy for pi'es.
service
FRANK SMITH.
Another important annouoemeut by
the Northern Pacific is the through tour
ist oar
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 oars.
For reservations and other information
apply to Chas. S. Fee, general passenger
agent N. P. R. R.
It is a truth in medicine that the small
est dose th&t performs a cure is the best.
De Witt's Little Early Risers are the
smallest pills, will perform a cure, and
are the best.
FRANK SMITH.
JEWELRY.
Geo. Cook,.
I0E JEWELER,
makes a specialty of fine
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Hepalrlng promptly and piechanic-
aiiy Executed.
Central Block, Madison, S. D.
COAL, AM) WOOD.
HUBBELL BROS.,-^
Hard and Soft Coal.
We are now prepared to receive
orders for Winter Supplies.
We keep in stock
SLABS.
Deliveries made to any
part of the City.
MAT HAKRCT.
CENTRAL
Meat Market
Choice Cuts and Brands of Meat
Salt and Fresh.J
Fish, Fowl, Sausages.
Orders promptly delivered.
PAUL STARK, Prop.
BOYS
We carry an extensive line in Boys
and Childrens Suits, Overcoats and
Ulsters. Come and see us. If we
can not save you money on every
garment bought of us we don't ask
to sell to you.
A full life
"SCOTT & SHERIDAN.
GRINAGER BROS.
REAL ESTATE,
Business Property.
Residence Property.
Block Property,
erwe
The Reliable Clothiers.
AND DON'T YOD FORGET IT,"
To buy Table Linen. "We have just ordered
a new assortment from Chicago for
THANKSGIVING GIFTS.
Hemstitched Table Sets, stamped and embroidered
Doyles, and some very handsome Towels for Christinas.
Have also a new line of Outing in pin stripes and hand
some greys Ladies Canton flannel wrapper goods and
something delightfully pretty in
om FN
Plaids.<p></p>Them.
Step in and see our appetizing Groceries—New Buck
wheat flour, Breakfast Maple Syrup, Mince Meat, Pick
les and Olives. Can't have a good square meal without
them. In fact we can supply you with any thing you
wish for either the Outer or Inner Man.
DAN MCKINNON.
«»JUST OPENED-#-
a complete line of Genuine
They are the leading Corsets of the day.
iiliillilliiliiliiililillllllllllllli
UNDERWEAR
trom the smallest to the largest, at
prices that are bound to sell. Leave
your order lor GROCERIES.
HlgQesi market Price lor Duller anil Eggs.
McGILLIVRAY BROS.
have also some very choice bar
gains in Farm Lands.
Monty to loan out Rates of
CENTJtK ST.
MADISON.SO. DAIk.
DR. F. N. PALMEK,
DENTAL SURGE0K
Offloe over Citizens National Banfc.
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA.
0m. X. farmer.
Acre Property
O. J. Farmtr.
FARMER & FARMER,
ATTORNEYS {COUNSELORS AT LAW
Office in Syndicate block.
/Charles A. Baldwin & Co.]
BANKERS,
4 4©
AMD
43 WALL
STREET.
New YORK.
Accounts of Banks and Bankers received
on favorable terns.
Bonds and Investment Securities.
Daily Financial Latter Mailtd on Application.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.

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