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DAILY LEADKR \tAD1SoN, SOUTH DAKOTA WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18,1896. Local Tin* Oble*i o, Milwaukee A "i. H*ui I' ilw*y, wblrb look effect, Suudajr, Ati(fiict 25, 18WJ: TRAIN* SOIKU IAKT. Passenger, Mo. 4. depart* 10:20 a. in. Preigbl, No. IM, aepari* »i :(,) a. m. Freight, No. 74, dupan* 7 :3u p. m. TKA1NR aolMH wmr. Way Ireieht, No. U7, departs 4:50 p- m. THAINO rHOIU Til* «A»1. Passensrer, No. 1, arrive* 4'35 p. m. Freight, No. 73, arrive* 4 :l" a. m. Freight, No. 95, arrive* 1.10 p. m. TKAINS FHOM TH« WB«T. Freight, No. U8, am ver 10 :'».•» a. m. All tbe above trains carry pas»»ar«r« Ml fr„eit»ht» only wbtin pa»»«og«r* are provided will ticket*. Passengar traits oing «ait make eonnecttia at Bgati for all points south, and pasaeuger tmlo going west, at WoD*»cket for all points north. ADIWOH A BRISTOL LIMB. Paaaeneer eoinir north, departs :4ft a. m. PaaieoKtrfroiB north arrives, 3:i* p. to. NO. L, HKIN. Loral Went TCO BAD ABOUT THOSE SHOES. Tbe ones that hurt ou for three weeks after you bought them—and then went to pieces. Thode aro the oues you didu't buy of nt. No shoes are indestructible, but it makes some difference whether you can wear a pair—and have them look re Hj)eutuble— for three weeks or for kix months. It makes some difference whethefyou have to spend three weeks (of ationy) breaking a irof shoes in or ut them on and wear them with joy the first day, like—our shoes. THE FAIR. THE CITY. MMJAL BHKTITIKH. August Hippe returned on the evening train. Regular meeting Evergreen lodge, A. F, and A. M., to-night. John McMechin, of Winfred, was do* ing busines in tbe city. Weather report: Generally fair to night and Thursday. Colder to-night. Mrs. Frank Ma'loy weut to Fond du Lac, Wis., on the morning train to see a eick mother. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Fuller will celebrate the crystal wedding of that worthy couple Una evening. Johnson Bro.'s well boring machine struck a strong flow of water this after noon on the old fair grounds on the west side of tbe city. \.Hexom Bros, to day received a new well boring outfit of the heaviest caliber and are prepared to bore wells of any size or depth. Their iirst experiment will be on Claus Hexom's place on the east side of town. Friday evening, March 27, 1896, the "Boy's aud Girl's Presbyterian Club," will give a literary entertainment, in the church auditorium, to which the small admispiou fee of tea cents will be charged. The funeral of Mrs. Dr. J. R. Jones will be held in Grace churoh at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon. Those who desire to see the remains can do so at the house, where a short aervioe will be conducted at 1:30 p. m. Word has been received here that the granary and contents, to the amount of over a thousand bushels of wheat, on the Moody county farm of Dan Casey of this city were burned up yesterday. No one was on the place at the time and the raute of tbe tire is unknown. By the tipping up of a table and the upeetting of a burning kerosene lamp on the floor, the Presbyterian parsonage came very near going up in amoke last evening. W. K. Huxford appeared for tunately on the scene and threw tue ob streperous lamp in the street, extin guishing the flames while the terror striken family recovered eelf-posse.-sion. At tbe Anderson eohool house, in Franklin township, on the evening of tbe 27th inst., the ladies of Prof. Tuitle's singing eisss will serve light refresh ments for which a small sum will be charged, the proceeds to be used to sup ply deficiency of funds caused by the removal from tbe neigh torhood of sev eral who signed the liat of members. Everybody invited. Rapid City Journal, lilt A curfew ordinanoe has passed its first reading in Hot Springs oity oouncil. Those who favor this aotion claim that something must be done to keep the ohildrea from being on the streets after night. It is true that wiokednees lurks unpleasantly m. «toMls after aifbtfaU, ami iLv.y JUST if parents don't look after their children then, for the sake of the individual, out side authority should step in and do it for them. new express office will be opened up town next week, the plaoe of business being the room now occupied by N. R. Brown as a cigar store. The agent will be J. W. Guhin of Eureka, S. D., who will move his family hither next month. This new office for the delivery and re ceiving of express matter will be a great convenience to our busjoess men and the people of the city generally, and this ef rt of the company will be greatly ap preciated by its patrons. Tbe infant son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Stott, which has been sick with pneu monia for a week past, died at 11 a. m. to-day, having suffered very severely. Tbe loss of the little one is a very severe blow to the parents, being tbe second experience of this kind within a few years. Little Max, less than fifteen months old, was just beginning to tod dle, and all the more to entwine himself into the affections of parents and friends of the family. Tbe funeral will be held from the house to-morrow at 2 p. m.( Rev. J. P. Jenkins officiating. To the reading public, Frank Smith's display window presents an attraction se dom if ever seeu in this section. It is piled high with almost numberless vol umes, in tasty paper binding, of Braeme, Burrie, Haggard, Duchess, Collins, Bu chanan, Verue, and other noted authors' works. The stacks of copies of "Black Beauty," for instanoe, will attract the young folks who love pure, elevating and interesting stories, and the similar piles of "The Bonnie Bier Bush," the latest, richest and most popular contrib ution to auy literature, will dazzle the eyes of older people who enjoy humor, pathos and heroism. But what is of more interest to the public is the fact that these books worth from ten to twenty-five cents each, are to be given away free to every purohaser of fifty ents'worth of goods at Mr. Smith's store. Take a look at them it will do your eyes good. After the 1st of April, Dr. O. S. Mer ager, V. S., will locate in Madison per manently for the practice of his pro fession. Spring millinery opening at Annie O'Connell's Thursday, Friday and Sat urday of this week. The taking cigar—"Sound Currency." C. H. WOOD'S. Stark & Abraham have moved their meat market into the Brocher building and will keep a full supply of all kinds of meuts, fish and oysters in season. One Minute Cough Cure touches the right spot. It also touches it at the right time if you take it when you have a oough or cold. See the point? Then don't cough. FBANK SMITH Advertises (Letters List of letters remaining uncalled for in the postofflce in Madison, March 18, 1606: Flint, Chaf. Fletcher, John. Hanson, M. R. Hardman, Joe. Hawkins, Miss Jessie. Hannon, Mrs. Maggie. Learned, Miss PearL Madden, EM ward. McCune, Mr. Newman, Alex. Sbultz, Oscar. Ward, D. A. Whinor, J. F. Zarn, Rev. Placidus. Persons calling (or the above, pleass say "advertised." After fifteen days the? wil} be sent to the dead letter offioe. Wm.Tom,P. f".,000 BOOKSGIVEFAWA? ity In order to stimulate our business with a spring tonic. In order that you will hereafter s6an the newspapers thoroughly for our ads. The above reasons (and many more) have prompted us to give away 1,000 well bound books including such titles as 'Beside the Bonnia Brier Bush' and Black Beauty' with every purchase of 50 cents or more at the Economical 3 Drug & Jewelry House of Meant Much to Oklahoma!!*. KANSAS CITY, March 18.—A special to The Star from Perry, O. T., says there is general rejoicing over the news that the free liomu bill has passed con gress. The people of Perry celebrated the news by shooting off cannon and I making other demonstrations. If the I bill becomes a law, it means a saving of $18,000,000 to Oklahonians. Morgan Continual Bli Spaech. WASHINGTON, March 18.—Cuban res olutions were taken up in the senate and Mr. Morgan of Alabama continued his speech in support of the resolution. ADJOriiXED SINE DIE. Tb* Turbulent K«ntuckr L.*gi«lstar* Kxiirr« bjr Limitation. LOUISVIUJ-., Ky., March IK.—A spe cial to The Post from Frankfort, Ky., says: The suu slioue dowu upon a peaceful scene ill the littlu town of Frankfort. The exciting proceedings of the post few days seemed to have cooled down entirely, and were it not for the fact that the b,»ys in blue paced back and forth in front of the state capitol building with guns on their shoulders, no one would have thought there was anything out of the ordinary goin^' o.i. It was evident even before the legislature met for the last time, that there w.»uld be no legis lation of consequence jwissed. The feeling between the Democratic ma jor.ty in the senate and thq Republican majority in the house was so intense that all hope of agreeing upon any thing was given up. No quorum voted at the jo.nt session, and there was, as anticipated, no election. •adorMd icKinl For PrMldni MADISON,Wis., March 18.—The Third congressional district Republican con vention elected delegates to the St. Louis convention and indorsed McKin ley for president. Hundred* Froian to Death. ST. PETERSBURG, March 18 —During the recent snow storm in the province of Orel, 180 persons were rosea to deaih in one rnght. "Sound Currency." at C. H. Wood's, if the smokers' delight. "Give me a liver regulator and I can regulate the world," said a genius. Tbe druggist handed him a bottle of De Witt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills. FBANK SMITH. Soothing, healing, cleansing, DeWitt'a Witch Hazel Salve is tbe enemy to sores, wounds and piles, which it never fails to cure. Stops itching and burning. Cures chapped lips and oold-sores in two or tfcree hovva. llunSion. In order to demonstrate our original in advertising. In order that we may prove to you that our store is an economical place to trade. In order that we may show you that we appreciate your patronage. FRANK SMITH. FOR A NEW NAVY House Committee on Naval Af fairs Votes to Build Four Battleships At a Cost of Not More Than Three and a Half Millions Each, And Fifteen New Torpedo Boats at Nearly a Million Each. WASHINGTON, March 18—The house committee on naval affairs decided to provide in its appropriation bill for four new battleships and lo torpedo boats. The battleships are to be 11,000 tons and to cost not more than $3,500,000 each, exclusive of urmor and armament. Ten of tht! torpedo boats are to cost $)s00,000 each and five of them $850,000 each. The proposition to build six bat tleships was lost by a vote of 6 to 7, only oue Republican voting for that number. i mm Quick in effect, heals and leaves no scar. Burning, scaly skin eruptions quickly cured by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Applied to burns, scalds, old sores, it is magical in effect. Always cures piles. FRANK SMITH. Don't invite disappointment by ex perimenting. Depend upon One Minute Cough Cure and you have immediate relief. It cures croup. The only harm less remedy that produces immediate results. FKANK SMITH. D«'t Tobacco Spit or Hnoke Year Life Away is the truthful, startling title of a book about No-To-Bac, the harmless, guaran teed tobacco habit cure that braces up nioontinized nerves, eliminates the nico tine poison, makes weak men gain strength, vigor and manhood. You run no physicist or financial risk, as No-To Bao is sold by Frank Smith under a guarantee to cure or money refunded. Book free. Address Sterling Kemedy Co., New York or Chioago. Perec, Poclatrh, Paloase. These are names of three great agri cultural and fruit growing districts in Idsho and Washington reached by the Northern Pacific Railroad. They each adjoin the other, are sim ilar in products, climate and character, and together form a region lor the home seeker hard to equal. The Palouse re gion has long been toted for its marvel ous grain production. It is to the Paci fic Coast what the Red River Valley is to Minnesota and North Dakota. The Potlatch country is like unto the Palouse, and adjoins it on the east. The Nez Perce region lies south of the others and has until recently been a part of a great Iudian reservation, 500,000 acres of it have been thrown open to set tlement and its lands can be bought at cheap prices and on favorable terms. Write to CHAS.S. FKF., General Passen ger Agent, Northern Pacific Railroad, St. Paul, Minn., for folder and rates. J. W. Pierce, Republic, la., says: *'I have used One Minute (3ough Cure in my family and for myself, with results so eutirely satisfactory that I can hardly find words to express myself aa to its merit. I will never fail to recommend it toothers, on every occasion that presents itself." FKANK SMITH. MKAT MABKfcT. CiW Meat Market Keeps constantly on hand a full line of Fresh antf Cured Meats, Fish, Fowl and Game, in season. 60ETHFL & SCHULTZ. J. JONES Ileal Estate, Loans AND Correspondence Solicited. Offioe in Syndicate Block. Madison, §». Dak. YV A FULL LINE OF SHOES. 7 LEI OS TELL TOD W A TT Why those Outing Flannels at D. MCKINJN'OINS in fine stripes and small checks and the stock of dress eoods is a succession of surprises. Everything new the wash goods. There couldn't be a better time to shop than now When the goods are new and prices right. D. MCKINNON^a BICYCLES! BICYCLES! 1896 od-els IMPERIALS, REGENTS, & HARVARDS. Strictly High Grade wheels. I sell them at prices that have never been offered in the city. Also carry a full line of extras for all wheels and make repairing a specialty. R. B. FITZGERALD. s SPRING J.H. WILLIAMSON. ATTORNEY -AT LAW Collections promptly attended te Offioe in Syndicate block over Dan MoKinnou's store, Madison, S. ——SELECTIONS which have been gathered from the most reliable and popular markets of the present day. Every visitor at once becomes interested in the collection ot prevailing styles and high qualities ar ranged tastily for young or old, great or small. The people are immediately educated in the enormous purchasing power of the mighty dollar and so it goes. A glance at OUR SHOES will convince you that we are right in line, up to the times and at LOWEST PRICES. Groceries new and fresh coining in Every Morning. McGILLIVRAY BROS. -V. JN if. DR. F. N. PALMBR, DENTAL SURGEON Offioe over Cituens National Bank, auoisox, soum ntini. so mm SCOTT 4 SHERIDAN, REAL ESTATE Business Property. Residence Property, Block Property. Acre Property df We have also some rery cnoioe bar* gains in Farm Lands. Ifeasy to /on DpMTSHfr. jffatet mtmm M40IS0V.S0. »AX.