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THE DAILY LEADER
MADfSOK, SOUTH DAKOTA. 51 ON DA V, JULV^SO, 189(5. Local Tlae am*. Chicago, Milwaukee A St. H*ol Hallway, wblrb JOOk effect, Snudaj.May 4, 1816: TRAILS 0OIMO «A»T. Paaienger, Ho. 4, depart* 11:10 a. m. Freight, No.%, dep»rW 8:4" ®. TRAIN* «0!H0 W*»T, Way freight, No. 97, depart* 4:10 p. m. TIAIXI MOM RIM litT. Passenger, No. 1, arrive* i 50 p. m. Freight, No. »i, arrive* 2.00 p. m. v TRAIN* RKOL TH1 W1*T Freight, No^ arrive* 10:4 a. m. All the abore train* carry patenters bit fjfcit hii only when pftsaeager* are provided with ticket*. s Passenger train* going eaat make connection it Bgan for all point* south. AD1HOM A Passenger goin'! north, depart* 4:W p. B. Passenger from north arrivee, 11:00 a. m. U. K. WOOu. Local Agent. Grand Clearance Sale LADIES Don't Miss It. The Fair. THE CITY. UWAL BBICTITim. Weather report- Fair to-night Tues day (air and warmer variable winds. Dr. Lowe and J. A. Shimerda attended divine service at Wentworth yesterday. Mrs. Dodge of Jacksonville, Fla. ar rived on a visit to the family of H. P. Smith. H. P. Smith departed this morning to attend the national populist convention at St. Lonis. Presiding Elder Dobson who officiated in the M. E. church yesterday returned east this morning. C. H. Weiss' safe in the postoffioe at Wentworth had another rifling the last of the week, probably by local sports. Only a few dol are in money was obtained. Mr. and Mia A. II. Wright of Went wortb, accompanied by their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Whited of Chicago, spent yesterday in the city, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stahl. The ladies of Grace church are pre paring to give a lawu social, and parlor concert by the childrens' choir, at the home of Mr. and Mr*. Stahl Thursday evening, July 28. Clerk of Court Preston issued mar riage licenses to James D. Kelley and Sarah Detnick and to Tbos. Stanford and Mrs. Julia Auley. Rev. father Flynn performs the official ceremonjr te bitb instances. It was our good fortune to take dinner yesterday at the Madison house and the way Landlord Harvey treats his guestr, both in bill of fare and accomodation is a genuine pleasure. The good record of his house is borne out by the large pat ronage be draws. Lake Preston Times, 17: A sad acci dent is reported from down near Oldham. The twelve year old son of George Thompson got down in a well to help a younger brother out. The mother oame and helped resoue the little fellow but before she could get the twelve year old out or secure help to do it, be beoame so chilled iLat he died from the effects. Kev. Ira N. Pardee, of Jennings, La at onetime superintendent of the M. E missions in South Dakota in the eighties arrived in the city this evening. He has just returned from the South and is de livering leotures in Dakota. He lectures to-night in the M. churoh, at 8 o'clock on "Home life in Dixie" and his well known reputation for giving a high cl leotures should insure him a good bouse. The date of the Milwaukee excursion train from Madisan to Big Stone lake has been set for Wednesday, August 5, and promisee to be a success. The fare (or the round trip, $2.50, is a mere trifle when thegrandure of the excursion is considered. Leaving ft tJ k A U •M BRIfTOt. LIU*. i i'i here about 4 a. m. aud makrug a continuous rub of 170 mileS, the exouision will rcaoh the lake shortly after 9 m. Ten or twelve hours will then be spent on and around the lake in the most delightful scenery this westeru country affords. The drives and walkes along both sides of the lake are delightful, the woods, springs and shady nooks are charming and the oottage life attractive. But think of the boating and tidhingl Black bass, pike and "pumpkin seeds". The last named, big as a fan and caught any® where, the former found only in deep water at this time of the year. Those who dread the smaller boats can take a steam boat ride—thirty miles to the up end of the lake— if they wish. Visit the Ortouville city park the Minnesota side, you would see a lovely little spot of nature, then take in the greater glories of Simpson Park, Euderly and the Niobe springs on the Dakota side. Vour effort will be all delight. Even the ride to Big Stone has its secnic beauties. Going north to Bristol one passes through some of the richest harvest tields in Dakota thence eastward you rise to the summit of the Coteaus 1,000 feet above the level of B.g Stone lake and as you descend on the eastern slope the whole valley of the Whetstone—the counties of Roberts and Grant—open in a panoramic view below you as far as the eye can reach, until you see in the distance the glistening waters of Lake Traverse, thirty miles beyond. By all meaus take in the ex cursion to Big Stone. Slew Dray Llae. I am prepared to do all kinds of city drayiotf, prioee reasonable. Satisfaction guaranteed. JAH. J. CRANKY. Persons who have a coughing spell every night, on account of a tickling sensation in the throat' may overcome it at once by a dose of One Minute Cough Cure. May fwr Male. Good new hay for sale. Sand and rook in small or large quantities deliver* ed on short notioe. M. A CUMMINGS. Burklin'n Am Ira Halve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Uloers, 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 satisfaction or money refunded. Prioe ten cents par box. For sals by C. H. Wood. IVNI.K to tt'.ili Manic*. PAKU, Juiy —Li riu:.g Chung vis ited the Ciedit Lyoi.uaise bank The distinguished Chimw 'tatt smun paid that China intended to place a great loan won. but desired to treat directly with the banks, and not through any intermediary. Aeoaaetf off Conspiracy. HAVANA, July 80.—The persons ar rested in a house in San Rafael street, this city, on Thursday, when the police were searching the place for munitions of war, have been formally accused of conspiracy. Eli Hill, Lumber City, Pa., writes, FRANK SMITH MI have been suffering ftom Piles for twen ty-five years and thought my case incur~ able. DeWitt's Witch Hazei Salve was reoommended to me as a pile cure, so I bought a box and it preformed a perma nent oure." This is only one of the thou sands of similar cases. Eczema, sores and skin diseases yield quickly when it is used. FBIIK SKIT*. y Husband Time, and you may time a hus band. It can only be done-tlie first part of it —with, an accurate watch -more than this a Lady's watch should be really tasteful and elegant One thing a woman will never dispense with-no matter what her means may be-is style. The matter of price need never prevent your possessing a beautiful and fine time keeper if you will only consult us. Watches were never cheaper prices have nearly been cut in two therefore come at once and select from our large assortment. NORMAL INSTITUTE. Enrollment First Day as Many as Alto* getber Last Year—Boll of Conductors and Members Present. Teachers' institute for study of the graded Normal scho61 oourse which will last two weeks began to-day in the cen tral sohool building in charge of Supt. Dougherty and his assistants, Professors McClenon and Failing and Mrs. L. M. Tolles. The number enrolled to day is eighty-one aud no doubt |many more will yet euroll. Some good work is planned for the institute and the tea chers are taking hold with vigor. The following is the enrollment: A GRADE. Ida Sobriier Susie La Breo GRADE. Milred Merriam Ida Downs Bertha Marx Lou C. osier Lousa Gregor Ethelyn Bowel 1 Mary Lawless Reels Terrell Mamie Schaefer F. L. Perry Robert Glatz Clara Wheeler Hattie Rose now Jand. Thompson Julia Schaefer Jessie Wooloott FBANK SMITH. Lost, lady's black cloak, between Wentworth and Madison, July 7. Leave at Dixson'sblacksmith shop. Lucy McDonald Belle X. Gregor Daisy Beck Marcia Spear Lena Reish Lillian M. Collins Wm. Hews Rene Huntame Carrie Biederataadt Emma Biederstaedt Lila E Elweli Mabel Oliver Cora EL Matbeny O. II. Richardson Lucius Billings Fannie Pitts Anna Rei Rose C. Ryan o GRADK. Edith Tyler Ella E. Pond. Christine Siten Florenoe Pitts ldaggie Lyon Sthelya Durgin Ella Nunemaker Ernest Johnson Alice Mitchell Daisy Eigell Gertrude Wing Daisy A. McCreedy Ethlyn Clough Lillian De Celle D. GRADE. Delia Crow Julia Kvenvold Mamie McDonald Sarah Sbepard Bessie Richardson Bert Colby Annie Krakowski. Geo. N. Lewis Maud Courser Inez Gregor Dion E. Peart* Hattie Mason Edith Fawkeft Susie Farnbam Frances Krakowski Anna Wheelsr John Albertson Eva M. Hare Albertin Coty Annie Anderson Victor E. West Maud Dellbridge Minnie Labay Violetta Cola Nellie Mitchell Mae B. Sbepard Delia Coty Rena Whitlow Mabel Bern is Lottie Cole Sadie Labay Addie Terwilliger. Kleetrle Hitters. Electric Bittera is a medioina auitsd for any season, but perhaps more gener ally needed, when tie languid, exhaust ed feeling prevails, when the liver is tor pid and sluggish and the need of a tonio and alterative is felt. A prompt use of this medicine has often averted long and perhape fatal bilious fevers. No medi cine will aot more surely in counteract ing and freeing the system from malarial poison. Headache, Indigestion, Consti pation, Dizziness yield to Electric Bit ters. 50c. and 91.00 per bottia at 0» il. Wood's drug store. Ffrsoaal. FBKK—64-page medical reference book to any person afflicted with any special, chronio or delicate disease peculiar to their sex. Address the leading physicians and surgeons of the United States, Dr. Hathaway k Co., Corner Nebraska and Fourth street*, Sioux City, lows. —y Si—gft— -ft— V i w. w NO EUROPEAN ALLY. and Rnaala Not Anxious to Join Issues With 8pnin. KXW YORK, July 20.—A World dis patch from Madrid says The Spanish government, it is learned, positively does not intend to adopt the suggestion of tho opposition nor yield to the popu lar clamor for an alliance with Francs and Russia. Spanish diplomacy has found out again that both those powers would accept Spain willingly as an ally on European andvAfrican questions but neither Russia nor France would like to go teyond the mildest and most platonic mediation between Spain and the United States in regard to the Cuban question. The Madrid government will take no ostensible step, it is understood, to so licit European support as long as it can keep up appearance of friendly relations with the United States. But at the same time it will try to arrange con certed action by all the European pow ers to put pressure upon the United States some day, if it 4C. PER LB. WHITE should be neces sary, to let Spain settle her differences with Cuba. llepnrtet! TT#nvy Cannonndtng. HAVANA, July 20.—Passengers from San Cristobal report having heard heavy cannonading aud musketry tiring all Friday. It proceeded, apparently, from north of the mountains. It is believed that an engagement was then in progress between Fuentes' command and insur gents under Nuuez. The latter was most recently reported as having passed the Los Piuos farm, in the province of Pinar del Rio. Doles Will Not Run for Congress. WATKKLOO, la., July 20.—The effort of the Third district silver Democrats to get Boies to run for congress has failed Boies says: I hope no effort will be made to bring me out as a candidate for congress. I could not accept tho nomi nation if I knew it would result .11 my election, and I do not want the notoriety that willTesult from declining." la Fsar of Lynch Law. DUBUQUB, la., July 20.—The prelimi nary examination of Christian Ecker lebe, accused of murdering Mina Keil July 4, opened at Bellevue. Sheriff Mitchell swove in 80 deputies and closed all the sulooat. Excited crowds till the Kieita Struck Cool and Oil. Jt'DA, Wis July 18.—While Chris tian Scausse, u farmer residing a mile from this place in L-reen onnty, was digging a well he struck a vein of coal about 100 feet from the surface. The vein is apparently live feet thick and water which comes from it is quite oily. Mr. Ser.usse louj-l.t the farm foi $35 per acre and hns Leen offered 10C per acrt since the coal wi.s discover**! It would bs hard to oonvinoe a man suffering from bilious oolic that his ago ny is due to. a microbe with an un pronouncaatye name. But one doe» of DeWitt'a Oolic 3c Cholera Cure will con vince him of jta power to afford inatant relief. It kills ^ain. FBANK SMITH. Frank Smith, sole sgent, will refund your money if not satisfied after using one bottle of Dr. Fenner's medicine. Small io size, but greac in results DeWitt's Littla Early Risers aot gently but thoroughly, curing indegestion, dys pepsia, and conatipatioo. Small pill, safe pill, beat pill. FRANK SMITH. DreaoMaklBg. I am prepared to do all kinds of fashion able dressmaking and also plain sewing. Those desiring work done, I would be pleased to havs oall at. my home. i fiLTA MC&RATH. 3 FOR BEST 2 n O DRIED APPLES. UIEL BHKIKG MAPLE SYRUP E & J. H. WILLIAMSON COFFEE ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections promptly attendedt. ooo 000 Offioe in Syndicate blook over Daa McKinnuu's store, Madison, 3. is. 0M.JI,famir. 9. "Seal Brand" Mocha and I Java. Best coffee grown in the world. Perfection of strength and flavor. Guaranteed absolutely pure. For sale only by -n rvwt FARMER & FAKMEIV ATTORNEYS!COUNSELORS AT LAW Office in Syndicate block.'] W S 90C. PER It is the same with our Drugs, all pure, all compounded with brains and skill. PALACE DRUG STORE. 3 LB. CAN O o 1*1 PINE rn oo S. R. MONTAGUE & CO VICTORIA W/iRE. ©phe new designs in patterns and pieces ot this elegant Crockery at M. L. CLARK'S is simply dazzling. He has just received an invoice of 1,000 pounds of this unique table ware. Choice sets cheap. Dishes of every kind and use in the assort ment. His "LIBERTY" Baking Powder is also tne greatest bargain in the world. Seven elegant plates given away with each pound can for Fifty Cents. STRAWBERRIES and other fresh fruits kept constantly on hand. Call and see for your selves. M. L. CLARK APPLES ONLY 10C. (A o $ "0 •o o 3 o n 55 GALLON. 2 (0 p1 n (0 (0 and the rush to get it. Hot nights you cannot sleep for thinking about it if you missed it. PURE WATER. PURE FRUIT JUICE. PURE CARBONIC GAS. PURE CANE SUGAR. ALL KINDS n FRESH FRUITS. clearly exhibit the purity of our SODA D. 0. H0LDRID6E & SON. Attorneys $ Counsellors AT LAW, Madison, South Daa OFFICE: Over Daly A Mackay's bank. ES F-M.BLf3 K SO 179. F. L. SOPER fttorneg nil toostlir, MADISON", SOUTH DAKOTA.