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mUJTII DAKOTA. FRI Y. ARCH 20, I8f6. .. •ral rime aMc, ii*. »/•*. HiltfuiHe•• A *41. I'tal FttlWSy, Whtcb IOOB «lf«ci, *iiii1i»y. August S5, 184(5: TUAIN* UillhU KANT. Pnoxen^er, *lo. t. depart* 10:30 *. m. Kr.'iihl, No. Uti, depurtft ti •. m. Kn'irfhi, No. 7-4, 1uprt» 7 :30 p. m. THA1N* UOINM WBUT, Way Insight, Nn. 117, departs 4:50 p- m. THAIN* rniim TIIH «AKT. r', N». 1, arrive* 4 '.5 p. m, •'rrijfhl, N«. 73, urnve» 4 I'I «. m. Krfiirht, No. Mi, arrive* 1,10 p. m. THilNH fKOI THE WHT. -'rMi^hl, No. VtH, arrive* 10 :tto a. m. \ii ''io »to»e train. carty |M«en«ers bat iroi jfdx only «rh«n pftanecK«r« are provided with »-«i_*OiTMr trmit t^oing (Ml make connection ii K*u, for all point* south, and pa«*enger train u 'Hi .' at Woi.inorket for all poata north. HANIHOH 6 BRISTOL LIN*. P»K*«n«er gotui! north. depart* 1:45 a. m. ^t--i :i ier from north arrives, 3:00 p. m. i NO. LkRKIN. Local Ag«ilt. TOO BAD ABOUT THOSE SHOES. The n«8 that hurt ou for three wwks after you bought them —and then eut, to pinole. Thoae are the ones you didn't buy of TIB. No phooa are indestructible, but it niakt*** HOIIIH difference whether you can wear a pair—aud have them look re spectable—for three weeks or for MX month*. It makes some difference whether you have to spend three weeks (of atfony) breaking a irof shoes in or i put them on and wear them with joy the firwt da, like—our shoes. THE FAIR. E I Y lOfAL KHKVITIKM. Wheat 44 flax 68 cents. Arrivals on the evening train were J. W. Goff, Emma Patterson ^»nd Mrs. John O'lirieu. Weather report: Pair to-night and Saturday warmer to-night except in ex treme west portion. Mrs. Joe Gdbert and Mrs. Joe O'Brien went to Rochester, Minn., to-day to re main for a short stay. Harry Byrnes, a thirteen year old boy was thrown from a fractious colt last eveninir and fond a leg severely injured. K. T. Oressey arrived on the afternoon freight with his stereopticon apparatus and will exnibit at the M. E. church this evening. Howard Press, 20: Next week, March 24th, 25th, and 2Cth, will be the forty hours devotion in the Catholio church at Howard, conducted by Kev. Flynn of Madison, Kev. VVm. .lur, of Mitchell, Kev. Wm. Nolan of^ioux Falls. Herman township will gather itself to gether quite thickly at the Westaby school liouue to-night to hear the debate on the question: "Resolved that the globe theory is a failure." John V. Potter has the affirmative of the ques tion against the Held. The funeral of the late Mrs. Dr. J. R. Joces was held from Grace church this afternoon, Kev. W. J. Cleveland olliciat ing. The attendance at the ohurch was especially large. The pall bearers were J. M. Preston, E. B. Stacy, R. C, McOal lister, G. M. Farley, Wm. Stewart, J. F. Stahl. M. L. Clark is busily engaged beauti fying his storeroom and rearranging his goods, th jreby making a very attractive grocery establishment. It is Mr. Clark's purpose te carry a very high grade of family groceries, besides the more oom mon brands, thus enabling him to sup ply his customers with whatever they may want—cheap, or'otherwiae. The deeds have been placed on file in the register's offioe transferring the the Soott & Sheridan erty, lota 1,2 and 3, plat of Madison PeteYsen and Peter Kingsbury oounty. One of the new pro prietors is now in charge of the barn and both families will move down here before long. livery barn prop block 15, original to Jens Peter H. Petersen of The republican league which meets to-morrow evening in the court house has for its object the election of new offioers, the choosing of five delegates to the State League meeting at Huron, the listening to addreeees by Judge Hold ridge, 0. B. Kennedy, F. L. Soper, Q. K. Farmer, Henry Neill, and what busi ness may otherwise properly oom* be fore the meeting. Let there be a full rally. Dr. A* P. Culbertson, Qcpod FONBM 1.000 Ill I Bm of the A. O. U. W., who instituted the lodge here gave a magnificent exempli fication of the principles of the order last evening in his screen work. This has been a rare treat to Madison Workmen and h*s given them a very rosy and en thusiastic view of the principles and work of the order. There was a large attendance present and several new can didates were initated in all the details of the work. He left this afternoon for his home at Brookings. Organizer F. H. Wheeler, who has done very con scientious and particular work in seeing the lodge started out rightly also left this afternoon with the other visiting members, for his home at Montrose. Madison people will regreat to learn that C. H. Smith and family will leave this city and take up their home at Spring Valley, Minn., Mrs. Smith and the children returning thither soon with Mr. Strong, her father, with whom they will live in the future. Mr. Smith's large business interests will keep him here probably six months to get them in shape for leaving. He made known only about a week ago that his mill property was for sale and already has six or eight purchasers in sight. After leaving here Mr. Smith will engage in the banking business with Mr. Strong, his father in law, at Spring Valley, and may spend from two to three mouths in each year in Madison looking after his real estate and other interests here. Geo. R. Farm er, Esq., and family will move into the Smith residence, part of the house being reserved, for Mrs. Smith, senior. Thus will social relations in Madison nndergo a material change. All kinds of tutu, dried, salted and canued, at Clark's. Olives in bulk, at Clark's. Rei Prrce, Potlateh, PalMar. These are names of three great agri cultural aud fruit growing districts in Idaho and Washington reached by the Northern Pacific Railroad. They each adjoiu the other, are sim ilar in products, climate and character, and together form a region tor the home seeker hard to equal. The Palouse re gion has long leen toted for its marvel OUH 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 Rreat Indian reservation, 530,000 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. FKE, General Passen ger Agent, Northern Pacific Railroad, St. Paul, Minn., for folder and rates. Dried beef at Clarke. Prunnells at Olark's. 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. Sacrifice sale on flower pots, at Olark's. Caught r.ald Brlek Fakir. Nzw YOBK, March 20.— An import ant capture has been made by central office detectives of O. M. Morton, who, it is said, was just about to swindle Plummer Campbell, an Englishman, out of $175,000, which was going to pay for fake gold bricks. Morton had in his poasession a number of letters from heirs of wealthy Englishmen, whom he was trying to interest ia Us alleged gold mines in the West. Badger Mllllmalra DUi la riwrUa. REEDflBUBO. Wis., March 20.—D. B. Rudd, a millionaire banker and manu facturer of this city, died Wednesday in Florida, where he, with his family, was spending the winter. Ho was a pionesr of Wisoonsin and ma0* j. for* early dagr lumber operations. 11 III I In order to demonstrate our original 11 I' I ity in advertising. The above reasons (and many more) have prompted us to give away 1,000 well bound books including such titles as 'Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush' and Black Beauty' with every purchase of 50 cents or more at the Economical Drug & Jewelry House of NICARAGUA CANAL BILL. Hoaaa Committee A gr«ni to Report th* MrDUhnn Mcainrt. WASHINGTON, March 20.—The Nic araguan canal bill has been agreed upou by the special sub-committee Th* Hutt* Strlk« I* Over. BUTTE, Mon., March 20.—The trouble between the Great Northern car re pairers and the company has been ad justed and the men returned to work. The monthly pay of as provided for in the new order which went into effect fcuuday. wa* done away with and the men returned to work at fJ.UO a day. GIVEN AWAY. In order to stimulate trar business with a spring tonic. In order that you will liereaiter scan the newspapers thoroughly for our ads. In order that we may prove to you %0 I that our store is an economical place to trade. In order that we may show you that we appreciate your patronage. I of the hou-se, which has for several weeks wrestled with the many r.eheuies intro duced. Mr. AicMahon of 1'cunsylvania is the author of the p.an wh ch meets the views of the committee. Government control, with possible ownership by the United States in the future, is the vital principle of the bill. The bill provides for the reorganization of the Maritime Canal company the payment of all its debts so that a satisfactory statement shall be presented to the secretary of the treasury the selection of a board of 15 directors, 10 of them named by the United States, 8 by the Canal com pany and one each by Nicaragua and Costa Rica. The issue of bonds may not exceed $1 CO,000,000, or the interest 8 per cent, the bonds to be guaranteed by the United States and redeemed At the easure of the government, CONFERENCE TO BE HELfc Manitoba's L*|Ulktnr« to Ail Jnnrn For a Monti). WINNIPK.A, Man.. Maroh'20.—Premier Grceuway has spoken and another move in the Manitoba school question has been mane In the legislature Mr. Green way gave not.ee that he would move that the house adjourn until April 10. The explanation of this move furnished by leeeut events here and at Ottawa is that the Manitoba government ha* consented to a confer ence with the federal government with a view to ascertaining if there is a pos sibility of arriving at a peaceable set tlement of ihe school difficulty. Dele gates of the federal government are ex pected here in a few days. The result of the deliberations w.ll be re]xrU»d to the legislature when it reassembles. J. W\ Pierce, Republic, la., says: "I have used One Minute Cough Cure in my family and for myself, with results so entirely satisfactory that I can hardly find words to express myself as to its merit. I will never fail to recommend it toothers, on every oocasion that presents itself." FRANK SMITH. Ffesh A Ota't Ttkaen Spit er imke Year Life Away is the truthful, startling title of a book about No-To-Bac, the harmless, guaran teed tobaooo habit cure that braoee up nioontinized 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 Co^ New York or Chicago. "Give me a liver regulator and I «n regulate the world/' said a genius. The druggist handed him a bottle of De Witt's Little Earlj Risers, the famous little pills. FBAKK SMITH. Stark & Abraham have moved their meat market into the Brocher building and will keep a full supply of all kinds of meats, fish and oysters in One Minute Cough Cure touches th« 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 oough. FBAKK SMITH: Quick in effect, heals and leaves no scar. Burning, soaly skin eruptions quickly cured bf DeWitt's Witch Hazel Halve. Applied to burns, soalda, old sores, it is msgical in effect. Always camion, FBJUM JSMISHU BRIGHT COLORS Will Rule the Fashions in Millinery This Tear—Miss O'CJonnell's New Stock Opening Display. Miss Annie O'Connell has been enter taining her lady friends and customers to-day, exhibiting her handsome new stock of spriug and summer millinery and the opening display will continue tomorrow. Miss O'Connell has doubled the capacity of hr storeroom, and with newly papered walls and freshly painted woodwork, nnd tastily arranged millinery stock, the rooms preeent a delightful appearance £very year millinery seems to become more gorgeous, and bright colors will be the rnle this year. Flowers will be mnoh used in trimming, and they are bright, dainty and beautiful. Chiffon Dresden and Persian silks, also in bright oolors, will enter largely into the fash ioning of stylish hats, besides the usual novelties to add to their beauty. Rib bone, laces, veilings, Neopolitan horse hair and chip braids, in a profusion of bright colors and novel designs, will also form a conspicuous part in trimmings. Altogether, the devotees of fashion in millinery must make up their minds to wear bright-colored headgear this year. In addition to her large stock of faBhion ionable ladieB' millinery,-Miss O'Connell also carries a complete line of childrens' school hats and caps in all the latest designs. A competent milliner will have charge of the trimming depart ment. .Ladies who enjoy beautiful and artistic millinery, trimmed hats, millin ery furnishings, etc., should not fail to call and inspect Miss O'Connell's stock during the opening days. Soothing, healing, cleansing, DeWitt's Witch Hszel Salve is the enemy to sores, wounds and piles, which it never fails to cure. Stops itching and burning. Cures chapped lips and cold-sores in two or three hour*. FRANK SMITH. MKAT MAKKI.T. Citv Meat Market. Keeps constantly on iuuid a full lftie of Fish, Fowl and Game, in season, 60ETHFL & SCHULTZ. J. JONES Ileal Estate, Loans Am Correspondence Solicited. Offioe in Syndicate Block. So. Dak. TaJ A T1? Y A FULL LINL OF SHOES. 4 A Off CUrC(l Meats, SCOTT 4 SHERIDAN, REAL ESTATE Business Property. Residence Property,' Block Property. ffsssp te /ess can TIB ST. LET US TELL YOU HUT IT. Why those Outinp Flannels at D. McKINNONS in fine stripes and small checks and the stock of dress e^oods 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 BICIGLES! BICYCLES! 1896 2iv/£©cLel!3 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. SF16 sun -^—.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 of 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 coming in Every Morning. McGILLIVRAY BROS. Acre Property HTWe hare also some very choioe bar» gains in Farm Lands. *4 of aaoison.so. lii. DR. F. V. PAXIMBR, DENTAL SURGEON Oflloe over Cituens National Bank. M4DISOX, SOUTH DAKOTA. J.H. WILLIAMSON, ATTORNEY -AT LAW Collections promptly attended te DIM* OBoe ia 87adieate bloak. ever MeKiaa*a*s store, Msdis—»1.P.