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THE DAILY LEADER
MADISON. SOUTH DAKOTA. FRIDAY", MAY 8, 1826. Local Ttae sale. Chicago. Milwaukee* A at. faal b*ilw*r, whlrb took effect, Sunday,May 4, 18tri: TRAIN* noma BAST. PaMenger, No. 4, departs 11.10 a. m. Freight, No. iW, depart* i :4 a. m. TRAIN* UOIMO VBST, Way freight, No. »7, depart* 4:10 i- m. THAIN8 FHiim THK BAST. Passenger, No. 1, arrive* 3*» p. m. Freight, No. »S, arrives *-3.' p. m. THAINfi FKOM TBI VIST Freight, No. VS, arrives li 4 i a. m. AH the above trains carry passenirers but blights only when passengers are provided with tltkets. Passenger traias rotng east make connection Bgan for all points south, and patsenger train feing west, at Woonsocket for all ponts north. MADISON A BRISTOL LIK* Passenger going north, departs 4 p.m. Passenger from north arrives, U )u a. II. It. VCOOu. Local Agent. Special OF WAISTS. We have purchased the sample line of Shirt Waists of a large eastern manu facturer which will enable us to sell them at wholesale prices. This is no fake. Not very many and no two alike. Come while the assortment is good. THE FAIR. THE CITY. I-OCAL RKKTITKKM. ^QM. lleadle took the train for the north this afternoon. Weather report: Showera to-Qight aod Saturday cooler Saturday. '^Postmaster Tobin and M. W. Daly re turned from Mitchell on the train from the west. J. Leslie Thomson and J. A. Johnson were passengers for Sioux Falls on the 11 a. m. train. A ohild of Rer. Fisher in the north west part of the city had an acoidental (all yesterday and broke an arm. ^The 40-hour "devotion in St. Thomas churoh closed last night and to-day the assisting clergy left for their homes. }C»L. T. Lobdell of Spring Valley, Minn., •on of one of our early townsite proprie tors, is the guest of N. D. McGillivray. James Gorman and Frank Miller, ar rested last evening for shoplifting in Kaufman Broe. store were given a sen tence of $50 penalty each or a service of 25 days each in the county jail. Frank Hogan and Tboe. Karr two vogs with a jag on were pulled last night and brought by Sheriff Fox before Squire Murray to-day, who fined them $10 and costs, each. Dr. Kennedy of Cherokee, Iowa, is as sisting Dr. F. N. Palmer for a few days to get the run of the business when he will take charge of it while Mr. Palmer visits his family at Kirk6ville, Ma, for a couple of months. *]^frof. and Mrs. McClenon will enter tain the graduating class of the High school at their residence this evening. The young people are: Ellen Moity, Bertha Marx, Jeannie Murray, Nellie McCallister, Warren Tollee, Loran Blackman, a bright and promising class. In obedience to many years custom the grand army posts of the land will gather at some designated church in their neighborhood on Sunday preceding Memorial day for worship as becomes the occasion. This Sunday comes this year the 24th day of this month. The grand army poet of Madison has desig nated the Methodist chtiroh of this city as their place of worship on that day. Rev. J. P. Jenkins will preaoL the ser mon. All soldiers, grand army men, sons of veterans, women's relief corps, and citizens generally, are cordially in vited to attend. Services at 10:30 a. m. D. D. HOLDRIDOE, Adjutant. Our ladies' and children's Qolf oap is neat and stylish. Chas. Kaufman & Bros. A Plata Mlsteaest te Heassa Ticket Holders. The popular lecture and entertain ment committee is desirous that there be no misunderstanding among season ticket holders in refereuce to the Chica go Lady Quartette Concert to be given here next Tuesday evening. This enter tainment is to be furnished in the place of Edward P. Elliott and hence all who hold season tickets will use them for this number without extra charge. Single ticket 50 ceotw students 35 cents children, 25 cents. Tickets and reserved •eats may be obtained at Frank Smith's drug store on and after to morrow. Selz Schwab & Co. make good shoes* We sell and guarantee them. Chas. Kaufman & Broa. S V N HEAL ESTATE TBAXHl'EHi In Lake county for the three weeks ending May 5,1896. Laura A Driscoll and husband to John Cabano, Lots 1 and 2, blk G, Smith & Trow's Add to Madi son 50 Levi Griffith to Mc- Callister' se1^ sec 8-10G 51 1 McCallister to Chas W Nicholson Be I-4 sec 8-106-51 1,900 WmH Finzel and wife to Ella Jenks, lot 4, blk 26, Orig plat, 31adison 500 W A Mackay and wife to Mc Callister, ne^4 sec 35 106-51 2,000 Mary E Kennedy and husband to John Red Held, vs% of awji^, seo 27 106 54 1,200 Eskell Jaoobs and wife to Geo. S Bolle«, e47^j feet of lots 10,11 and 12, blk 8, Coburn and Van Doren's add to Madison. 480 Peter Casey to Jacob Kundert, of tw)4 seo 35 108 53 550 John Coffey and wife toCeles tine A and Chas Smith, lots 3 4, seo 4, and lots 1 and 2 in sec 5 105 53 also se1^ seo 32 and »w)4 sec 33, all in 106-53 9,500 Chas Smith and Hannah A Smith to John Coffey, und interest in lots 7. 8 and 9, blk 18, City of Madison, (Roller Mill Prop) 7,500 Celefctins A Smith, widow, Dora I Johnson, Chas Smith and Minnie Farmer, heirs of N Smith to John Coffey, und interest in lots 7,8 and 9 blk 18, Madison 7,500 Chas Morse and wife to Lucy Singer, lot 2 blk 9, Wmfred 600 O Holies and Jocephine Bollee to J. A Cooley, of sw ^4, sec 21-105-51 and the of nw)4, sec 21-105-51 4,000 Ella Jenks and bus to Win Fin zel, lot 10, blk 14, Orig plat Madison 1,100 Fred Knight to Mattie Knight, n% of se34, blk 4, Kennedy's Ext to Madison 150 We can fit you with an elegant spring suit lor very little money. Chas. Kaufman k Bros. "Streets of New York'4 at the opera house to-night, auspices of Madison tire department. Our negligee shirts, for spring wear, are the proper thing for you. Chas. Kaufman & Broa. Four rooms to rent. Apply to Miss Aggie Stewart, at the Fair. My pasture is now ready to receive horses as follows: 13.00 per season 75 cents per month. Good water and plen ty of it. Old Jaoobs Ranche, Lake Mad ison. C. S. BLACKSTONE. Men's and boy's Golf caps, all styles and oolors just what you want. Chas. Kaufman & Broa. One minute is the standard time, and One Minute Cough Cure is the standard preparation for every form of oough or cold. It is the only harmless remedy produce# immediate results. Oiir MW Derby hatn are the awelleet in town. Call and see them. Chas. Kaufman & Bros. Bnrklln'n Arm tern Halve. The Beet Salve in the world for Cute, Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay re quired. it is guaranteed te give perfect GHtisfaction or money refunded. Prioe ten cent* par box. For sale by C. H. Wood. Business on a Large Scale implies enterprise-foresight-and an in timate acquaintance with the public wants--That's just the road we've been following in this vicinity for the past nine years--and it's the road that's lead us to the point we were aiming at--This spring our judgment was to buy Wall Paper and bought it--a large stock-at figures hard to touch-have marked them down at prices which send them to their legitimate destination--a large business with small profits-that's our policy and it's working like a charm-our customers are pleased and thus we are gratified to note an annual jumping up of the sales o the Economical Drug & Jewelry House FRANK SMITH. Our book offer is a good thing-Hundreds have tried it-Have you CITY COUNCIL The Grind of the First Meeting Steadily Bon Off—Appointments Confirmed and Routine Business Transacted. Council met in regular session last evening. Present the mayor, Aldermen Farley, Dempster, Kundert, Rippe, Ful ler, Schmidt, Waskey, Irish. Council organized by electing Geo. Waskey, president, Glenn Farley vice president. Reports of city treasurer, superintendent of waterworks and street commissioner were read and accepted. The reoommendationa of street com missioner in regard to new sidewalks from Peter Hansen's corner north, from opera house to Baptist church exoept in front of court house, from Shephard's corner north, and also from stone bridge running north to Normal sohool, ware referred to street committee. Bond of city treasurer for $15,000 was presented and approved, and the tinanoe committee and auditor instructed to check up the treasurer's books for the past two years. The regular bills for contingent ex penses were allowed, all voting, aye.a The mayor appointed the following permanent committee: Finanoe—Kundert, Schmidt, Demp ster. Ordinances—Dempster, Waskey Far ley. Fire and police—Dempster, Schmidt, Fuller. Streets—Sohmidt, Kundert, Farley. Health and Quarantine—Sohmidt, Farley, Rippe, Fuller. Waterworks—Waskey, Rippe, Irish. The appointments of Wm. Rae, as auditor E. B. Davis, chief of police C. J. Porter, city attorney James Garry,' Street Commissioner Ed. Rafferty, superintendent of waterworks Sam. Colgrove, pound master Dr. S. M. Jenks, health officer were confirmed by the counoil. The new salary ordinance was given its tirst reading. An arc light was ordered at inter' section of Egan avenue and Main stre«t. Sid Lee, bondsman for Ans. Rudsdill, applied for remittance of Rudsdill's tine and costs which now amount to about 1140. Application not granted. Ordinance committe was instructed to secure estimates on printing 1,000 copies of the city ordinances in pamphlet form. Supertendent's report showed that 25 services of water have been paidj for up to date. The city treasurer's report ahowa bal ances in funds as follows: Streets 9 22 04 Light and Fuel 152 74 Intereat 283 75 Contingent 853 88 Salaries 36 20 Sinking 689 24 Waterworks. 72 13 Adjourned. FRANK SMITH. Buy your collars, cuffs and furnishing goods at Chas. Kaufman Bipa. Did you ever think how readily the blood is poisoned by constipation? Bad blood means bad health and premature old age. DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills, overoome obstin ate constipation. FKAXK SMITH. The 'beet line of white shirts in the city can be found at Chas. Kaufman & Broe. €Kur bew Crusher hats are nobby. You need one. Chas. Kaufman & Bros. N* .N* 1 BRIEF BITS OF .NEWS. Vioe Admiral Sir Robert O'Brien Fitzroy, K. C. B., is dead. At Somerset, Ky., the round house and twelve locomotives belonging to the Queen aud Crescent Railway com pany were destroyed by fire. The Heidelberg university riding school has burned. Four persons were suffocated aud several others had nar row escapes. Twenty-five horses oer« ished. N Margaret Camp, 4 years old, fell from the second story window of the home of her parents, 3011 Fourth avenue south, Minneapolis,and received a frac ture of the skull, from which she died three hoars afterwards. Year B«jr West Live a Bmlh. 80 Mr. Oilman Brown, of 34 Mil! St., South Gardener, Mass., was told by the doctors. His son had Lung trouble, following Typhoid Malaria, and he spent threo hundred and seventy-tive dollars with doctors, who finally Rave him up, saying: "Your boy wont live a month." He tried Dr. King's New Discovery and a few bottles restored him to health and enabled him to go to work a perfectly well man. He says he owee his present good health to use of Dr. King's New Discovery, and knows it to be the best in the world for lung trouble. Trial jbottlee at C. H. Wood's drug store. Necktiee in profusion, stylish patterns, lovely deeigns. Chas. Kaufman & Bros. Eczema is a frightful affliction, but like all other skin diseases it oan be per n.iujeotlf cured by applications of De WM'S Witch Hazel Salve. It never fails to oure Piles. FRANK SMITH. Mrs. R. De Young, Middleburg, Iowa, writes. I have used One Minute Cough Cure for six years, both for myself and children, and I consider it the quickest acting and most satisfactory cough cure I have ever used. FRANK 1 SMITH. I I v- Th»rw will be an :iv v'aiig., raiirnu.l rebate* to u.tjm ..ers 01 thsi aliened bvef trust by th present TtN«eraI urand jury. The investigation isotl until the next grand jury. The fact that but three wit nesses of the eleven men wanted have been reached by subpoenaes is said to be the sole reason. Fwe Fills. Send your address to H. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will convinoe you of their merits. These pills are easy 10 action and are par tioularly effective in the cure of Con stipation and Sick Headache. For Malaria and Liver troubles they have been proved invaluable. They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious substance and to l»e purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the system. Regular size 25 oents per box. Sold by C. H. Wood, druggist. We have got tons of the newest style Fedora hats, all grades and prices. Chas. Kaufman & Bros. One swallow does not make Spring, but one awallow of One Minute Cough Cure brings relief. FRANK SMITH. In the Spring a young man's fanoy lightly turns to thoughts of—DeWitt'a Little Early Risers, for they always cleanse the liver and purify the blood, and invigorate the system. FRANK SICTTH. Tttaee* »plt «r Mmke Yemr Lift Away is the truthful, startling title of a book about No-To-Bao, the harmless, guaran teed tobaooo habit oure that braces up nioontinized nervea, elioHnatea the nico tine poison, makes weak men gain strength, vigor and manhood. Y'ou run no physicial or financial risk, as No-To Bao is Sold by Frank Smith under a guarantee to oure or money refunded. Book free. Addrees Sterling Remedy Co., New York or Chicago. SPRING JACKETS. e have in stock -40 Spring Jackets ranging in prices from $3,50 to ilollars. our choice for only £2.H). This oflVr is ybod only a short time. ConiHeorlv vhile there is a jjond assortment. SHIRT WAISTS. OXFORDS. Persian Silk aud Ribbon, •lust in. 21 complete line of waists in all tlin popular colors, with prices to snit tln customers. ulies a 11 1 Misses Oxfords in Mack, re —.-t und tan with ftjuare and needle tuo. O O O O and many oilier novelties. Give ns a Call. CARPET SAMPLES. Silk Draperies and Silkaline DAN McKINNON. LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS, 50c to $1.50. J. J, FITZBtRllD. FASHIONABLE SUMMER CAPES. J. J. FITZGERALD. JAPANESE STRAW MATTING. J. J. FITZGERALD. .W .V.V.W W %7 57 THOMAS, aps E§a THE TAILOR, =SAYS= D0W11 GDIS HE PEICESP Suits from $15 up. Pants from $4 up. at prices to suit the purchaser I take orders for Beady-Made Clothing at prices per suit rang ing from $5 up. Come in and see my samples and get my prices which cannot be duplicated by any dealer in the city. T. J. THOMAS, THE TAILOR.