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THE DAILY LEADERIE
MADISON, SOTTTH DAKOTA.
WEDNESDAY', AUGUST 5, 1896.
LORAL TIB« able.
Ch1e*«o. Mitwitakcn A St. r»ol Piilwiy, whtrb
oak effect, Sunday.May 4, 1SWJ:
TUA1MS dOIMi BAIT.
Passenger, Ho. I, depart* 11:10 *. n».
Freight, No. 9K, departs t:-t" ». m.
TltAlX* OOIMO WEST,
Way freight, No. H7, departu 4:10 p. m.
TRAIN* rKOin Til I". AAT.
Pataencer, No. 1, arrive* :i:.V) p. ni.
Freight, No. !tt, arrive* ~,10 p. m.
TMAINS PROM THU WJUf.
Freight, No. 1H, arrive*
10:1) a. m.
AM the above trainn ctrry pa^nencera bni
freights only when paaaeagtira ara provided with
ticket*.
Passenger train* going east make connection
it Kuan for all point* south.
MADISOH A BIUSTOL UNr.
Paasensrer eointr north, depart* 4:*)0 p.m.
PdMoutier from north arri ve*. ll :iW a. zn.
H. R. WOOi/. Luc«i Agent.
flar\?csf
SLAUGHTER
OXFORDS.
25 per cent Discount.
CASH DEAL.
THE CITY.
LOCAL HKKVITIBM.
Ed. G. Whalen vu a passenger (or Elk
Point.
C. P. Nash went to Rook Rapid*, Iowa,
on a business trip.
7^~Mrs. Grant Croesman, who baa been
tha guest of Mrs. Frank Palmer retained
to Fulda, Minn.
^Miss Kate Croft, of Milwaukee, Wis.,
nrrived on a visit to her ooutin, Mrs, N.
I). McGillivary.
^Miss Glatli, who haa been viaiting her
aunt, Mrs. J. M. Duff for a week or two,
went to Canton.
A return ball game will probably be
played with the Flandreau Indian team
here, next Tuesday.
J. W. Guhin and family departed to
day by the north train for Eureka, S. D.,
their futare home.
^Farmers from the South side of the
county report grain cutting as generally
finished in that section.
Weather report: Fair to-night and
Thurjday. Cooler extreme southeast
portion to night westerly winds.
Mrs. Chaa. MoOill and two daughters
departed to-day for a month's visit at
the old home in Trempe'eau oounty,
Wis.
Arrivals on the evening 'train were F.
C. Smith, wife and wife's sister Mrs.
Grace Hill, of Albany, Wis. Miss Eliza
Johnson and A. H. Marsland.
Sheriff Sandy McDonald, of Fairbault
county, Minn., was the guest of Dr. F.
N, Palmer last eight. Sheriff Mo*
Donald bad worked a neat game in bag
ging a young fellow at Flandrau who
had skipped from the aforesaid oounty
instead of marrying a young lady he had
loved not wisely but too well. After
lodging him in jail at Flandrau, yeater
day, the sheriff came up to spend the
night with the doctor, returning to
Flandrau thia morning on the freight
and taking his priaoner back eaat on the
noon paaaenger. Moral: "The way of
the transgressor, etc-"
Huronite, 3: The olub rooms and
blind piggers of Hnron were on a strike
Saturday, They were closed tight aa a
drum and by their own choioe. They
are tired of paying a liaense to the oity
and have the drug a
to
res do the busi
ness, so they refused to pay a tine and
oloee up, expecting to foroe the oity
council to tine the drug stores. The
scheme worked and the oounoil passed a
resolution lioensing the drug atoree and
fixing the license at $40 per month. The
drug stores refused to be licensed and
the final reault ia watched with interest
by prohibitionist*. A fight has oom
tnenoed between the blind piggers and
olub rooms on one side against the drug
atoree on the other which may reeult in
the strict enforcement of the prohibition
law in Huron.
Department Oommander John Aokley
of the South Dakota G. A. R. in ciroulor
letter No. 1, calls attention of viaitora to
the national encampment at St. Paul,
8»pt 1, that the railroad fare approxi
mates one cent a mile, aatchela only
should be oarnied but if trunks must be
f'
IN
THE FAIR.
•1
A
taken they should be sent by express.
Carry a lunch along, it may oome handy.
Hotel rates will not be advanced, ranging
from 1 to $5 per day. Meals from 25 to
50 cents. Cots and mattresses will be
furnished free in the public school build
ings for old eoldiera, but each must bring
hia own blanket. The camp called
"M*eon" ia at the terminus of the Fourth
street cable line. South Dakota head
quarters will be established at Hotel
Sherman, corner Fourth and Sibley
streets, St. Paul.
We hear frequent enquiries these days
pending a vigorous national oampaign
concerning a band in Madison. A politi
cal rally without band musio is tame
indeed and there appears to be a strong
desire to have tl\e former band resur-,,
rected. We are informed by some of the
band boys that the instruments and
players for a full band are all here with
the exception of a lead cornet which
would be a neoessity in the event of re
organizing the band. The members of
the baud here have information also to
the effect that one, John Stout, of Sioux
Falls, an excellent cornet player, could
be secured *,o till this important position,
if suitable occupation as a clerk, or
otherwise, could be obtained for him
here. It is to be hoped that when this
becomes known some opening will be
found for Mr. Stout and if possible se
cure hia removal here and the revival of
the band. It would seem that in a place
aa large aa Madison there ought to be
talent, means and patriotism enough to
support a good band,tmd certainly there
is a large, muaio loving population who
would enjoy its playing.
Type writer for sale. Appljr to Rev.
W. J. Cleveland.
unut torii** ,ii r«.iarii|iua.
Nifw Yon: An,- r.—A dispatch to
The lluruld l'miu San Juan del Snr,
Nicaragua, says tho captain of the
steal-..cr Costa Ri^a, which luts arrived
her from hi Rama, reports that heavy
floods have occurred at that place, de
stroying houses and plantations, and
canning great loss of life. Tho Nicara
guan government is trying to reopen
communication so as to confirm the re
port.
American Concwiioa In Core*.
Sr.
PETERSBURG, Aug. 5.—A dispatch
to the Novo*1 Vreniya from Vladivostook
announces that Corea has conceded to a
syndicate of Americans the right to
construct a railroad from Seoul, the
capital, to Chemulpo, the main port and
harbor. The Americans, in addition,
have the right to work the minerals
alonsr the line of this road.
If you dont kuow where the Palaoe
Drug Store is, follow the crowd after so
da water and pure drugs.
A4rertlae4 Letters
List of letters remaining uncalled for
in the postoffloe in Madison, Aug. 5,
1896:
Blankerty, Miss Jossephine.
Eaton, Mrs. Halite F. 3
Ellis, Chat. H.
Eagle. P. H.
Hamilton. JamtS. 3
Hilden, Carrie.
Lapierre, J. P.
Thomson, P.
Peterson, Jens.
States,C int.
Williams, I. T.
Wilson, W. Z.
Persons oalling lor the above, please
say "advertised." After fifteen days
they will be sent to the dead letter office
WE TOWN, PN
Husband Time,
and you may time a hus
band. It can only be
done--the 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 wlth~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.
FRANK SMITH.
POLICE DUMMIES
Some Caustic Criticisms of Hon.
Joseph Chamberlain's Colo
nial Policy.
British Guiana Legislature Ob
jects to Proposed Military
Expenses.
A Proposition by the Governor
General to Use Indians aa
Soldiers.
WASHIHQTOX, Aug. 5.—Word comes
from British Guiana, indicating that
the high court of policy or legislature of
the colony is further inclined to resist
the London authorities on matters con
nected with the Venezuelan boundary
trouble. Colonial Minister Chamber
lain's policy has been to strengthen the
colonial military force and buy 'Maxim
guns. He found difficulty in securing
guns and now the high court has passed
n resolution respectfully urging the
goveonment to reduce military expenses.
Mr. Hunter, who introduced the reso
lution, said, in supporting it, that the
Venezuelan boundary trouble had re
sulted in swelling the cost of the police
from $1K5,H)0 to $.'500,000. They were,
he said, simply sent up to the Venezue
lan boundary to be made "dummies" of.
He understood a number were sent there
fully armed to protect the boundary,
and if the enemy approached they were
to say "boo" and retire. (Laughter.)
Mr. Hunter's further strictures on the
military and police caused something
of a sensation. He was supported by a
number of members and the resolution
calling for retrenchment passed.
The Governor General'* Plan.
Sir Augustus Homming, the governor
general, then brought forward a novel
plan for strengthening the military
branch by enlisting Indians as colonial
troops. It was explained that the sys
tem would be somewhat similar to that
conducted by Great Britain in Eust
India, where the native troops are one
of the moat effective branches of her
majesty's military forces. The attorney
general, in supporting the proposition,
said it was proposed to give them regu
lar commissions and titles, as captains,
etc., as an Indian thought a great deal
of himself if he bore a title and staff
office. The commission would permit
the Indian officer to exact homage and
respect from the natives. The Indian
captains, constables, etc. .would be used,
the attorney general said, both to keep
the government informed as to events
in the interior, and also to suppress any
disturbance along the Venezuelan bor
der. The plan was discussed at length,
bnt has not yet passed.
Cnbani Boy A VMMI.
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 5.—The aa
nonncement of the sale of the famous
filibustering steamship Laurada of the
John D. Hart line was made during the
day. The ship was purchased by An
tonio Rubens of Wilmington, Del., who
is the reputed attorney for the Cuban*,
Collision on lb* Santo F*.
TOPEKA, Kan., Aug. 5.—
Santa ffe
passenger train No. 1., which was due
in this city at 4:27 p. m., collided with
east bound local passenger train Na 18
near Dean Lake, Mo. One person was
killed and eight injured. v
y -y—»--y-
Walked Off" tho Hoof.
MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 4.—Andrew Mc
Donald, a truckman in Hook and Lad
der Company No. 5, fell from the roof
of the Rule block addition to the
ground at 11 p. tu. and was instantly
killed. How the accident occurred is a
mystery.
IMd l'ra lever
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for
your troubles? If not, get a bottle now
and get relief. This medicine has been
found to be peculiarly adapted to the
relief and cure of all Female Complaints,
exerting a wonderful direct influence in
giving strength and tone to the organs.
If you have Loss of Appetite, Constipa
tion, Headache, Fainting Spells, or are
Nervous, Sleepless, Excitable, Melan
choly or troubled with Dizzy SpellB,
Electric Bitters is the medicine you
need. Health and strength are guaran
teed by its use. Fifty cents and 1, at
C. H. Wood's drug store.
For sale—six room house with two
acres of laud. Shade and fruit trees—a
bargain for some one wnnting a good
home wfth plenty of land.
CHAS. B. KfcNKEDY.
Many a day's work is lost by sick
headache, caused by indigestion and
stomach troubles. DeWitt's Little Early
Risers are the most effectual pill for
overcoming such difficulties.
FBANK SMITH.
The Haater-Malser Vam
And State Experimental Station at
Mellette is now in tine condition, and
will amply repay a visit from far mere
and others interested in irrigation and in
getting the beet results from their farm
ing. AH the beet and most improved
methods of farming are in operation. In
order to give every one an opportunity
to inspect the farm, the Chicago Milwau
kee & St. Paul R'y will make special
rates to Mellette on every Tuesday and
Friday, until October 31, next, from all
statious on its line in South Dakota.
Call on the tioket agent for particulars
as to rates, etc, H. R. WOOD, Agent.
Don't trifle away time when you have
cholera morbus or diarrho-a. Fight
them in the beginning with DeWitt's
Colic and Cholera Cure. You don't have
to wait fof results,they are instantaneous
and it leaves the bowels in healthy con
dition.
FRANK SMITH.
Dn'tTolwero Hpit or Bmoke Your
Life Away
is the truthful, startling title of a book
about No-To-Bac, the harmless, guaran
teed tobaooo habit cure that braces up
nioontimz«d nerves, eliminates the nico
tine poison, makes weak men gain
strength, vigor and manhood. You run
no physioial or financial risk, as No-To
Bao is sold by Frank Smith under a
guarantee to oure or money refunded.
Book free. Address Sterling Remedy
Co., New York or Ohioacro.
"Boys will be boys," but you can't af
ford to loee auy of them. Be ready for
the green apple season by having De
Witt's Oolio and Gholera Cure in the
house.
FSAXK SMITH.
For rent—six room house.
CHAS. B. KENNEDY.
ENLARGED
Photographs in Crayon or Water
Colors givoa wray as a premium
by
A. Kcll}7
the Grocery man at his new store
in the Flitcroft Building. Both
Photographs and Groceries of the
fittest quality^
4C. PER LB.
FOR BEST
DRIED
APPLES.
2J
WHITE
LABEL
mm
MAPLE
SYRUP
90C. PER
GALLON.
KSTABLISABD IUI.
...... p, L. SORER
anomsy am Mor,
M.VDISDN, SOUTH DAKOTA
J.H. WILLIAMSON1
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Collections promptly attendedtc.
Offioe in Syndicate block over iaa
•toKinnuuV stocv, Madieon, S i*.
01
3
n
2
n
o
"Seal Brand" Mocha and
Java. Best coffee grown
in the world. Perfection
of strength and flavor.
Guaranteed absolutely
pure. For sale only by
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C-3P
JMHHIk
Gsmia)
BEAU IBIS IN MM
That the coldest Soda that ever
was run out of a soda fountain in
this town comes from ours. It is
North Pole weather mixed with
flavors from the tropics. Just the
temperature and taste everybody
wants on a hot day. We have add
ed a few new flavors to our al
ready complete list. Come and
ha^-e a glass at the old price, 5 cts.
PALACE DRUG STORE.
3 LB. CAN
o
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PINE
n
PI
en
E&
COFFEE
oe®
S. E. MONTAGUE & CO.
M. CLARK.
APPLES
ONLY 10C.
000
(ft
O 30
n
(ft
ALL KINDS
2 n
o n
FRESH
(ft
FRUITS.
0. D. H0L0RID6E & SOU.
Attorneys $ Counsellors
AT LAW.
Madison, South Dale
omoi:
Over Daly k Maokay's hank.
DR. F. N. PALMER,
DENTAL SURGEOH
Offioe over Citi*eow National Bank.
MADISON, SOUTK TUJKOtJL
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