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THE DAILY LEADER
MADISON. SOUTH DAKOTA. MONDAY. AUGUST 17. 1896. Tlmt able. Chicago, Milwnnke* A St. P*nl Railway, whirb 00k effect, -Suuday.Muy 4, 18W: TRAINS UOtNU RANT. Paosenj er. Mo. 4, r1*jarii 11:10 m. Preijjhl, No.!#J, depart* :4" B. THAINK Homo WKHT. Way freight, No. H7, ilepurti 4:10 p. m. TUAinf rRomrnr bast. Pssnenirer, No. 1, arrive* 3-50 p. m, Prelzht, No. 96, arrive* 2.0(1 p. m. TWAIN* FROM THK WHIT. Fret^hv, No. V8, arrive* 10:40 n. m. All the above train* c»rr» iiuiesffr* tnt freight* only *b«u paaaoager* aro provided with ticket*. Passenger train* going ea«t make connection it Be&n for ail point# south. MADISON A BRISTOL LINK. Pa**entrer goiui: north, depart* 4:00 p. n. Pa^sentrer from north arrives, 11:00 a, •. II. It. WOOi/. Local Agent. JiarOcsf SLAUGHTER OF and OXFORDS. 25 per cent Discount. CASH DEAL. THE FAIR. E I Y I.OrAL RBKVITI KM. V Dot Stahl went to Dell Rapids to visit frientts (or A few days. T. Laonon was a morning passenger for Chicago on business. Edith Norton of Siooz Falls is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. M. Munson. Qlenn Farley' drove to Vilas this morning to take train for Mitchell. J. M. Walker went north to Bryant to overhaul an elevator for the Rippe Bros. Mrs. Dan Scott who has been visiting friends here and at Howard returned to Sioux Fails this moaning. Montrose Herald, 14: Ball and Grace Ketcham, of Madison, are viBiting with their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mre. Ketcham. Henry Neill and family went to Big Stone lake this evening for ten diys' outing and visit with old neighbois in that vicinity. J. E. Kelley, of Flandrau, pop candi date for oongress, will Bpeak upon the issues of the day at Madison, Wednes day evening, Angnst l'Jth. Weather report: Partly cloudy to night and Tuesday, probably Bhowers to night. Warmer east and central por tions to-night, southeast winds. Will Turner aud sister, Mary Ann, who have been visiting their .father, J. E. Turner, returned'home to Rockford, III. Mr. Turner, Jr., expects to return here in the spring and go into business with his father. About 25 people went on the excur sion to Fairmont. Minn., yesterday. They report a delightful time at the musical festival, though the day was marred by a serious stabbing affray between two men who had become involved in a dis pute over some liquor. Ira Hammer, while doctoring an in jury on a horse with powdered blue vitriol, at his farm yesterday morning, met with a very dangerous accident. By a sudden lurch of the horse, the pow dered vitriol in his hand was knocked into his eyes, burning them severely, but how seriously cannot now be deter mined. Emollients were applied as quickly as possible and relief to a cer tain extent given, but it will be some time before ths extent of the injury is known. Brookings Register, 15 One of the greatest ouriosities in the line of photo graph the writer has ever seen was brought home by Mrs. Ed. Williams on her return from Hnron this week. Dur ing a heavy thunder storm at night, September9th, 1895, F. W. Cannon, a huron dentist, went up on top of a water tower for the purpose of trying to secure a negative of a flash of lightning. His drat attempt was successful and is said to be the finest photograph of the kind ever eeoured. He is receiving orders from scientists in thisoountry and also from Europe for copies of the pho tograph. Girl wanted, to do genera) housework. Good wags* Apply to 4k* Jt. JCs Kinnon. i. u Theoriek of ditrs may be dittos**) at length by physicians, but the Sufferers want quick relief and One Minute Oongh Cure will give it to them. A safe cure for children. It is "the only harm lee remedy that produces immediate results." FRANK SMITH. For rant—six room house. CHAS. B. KENNEDY. Type writer for sale. Apply to Rev W J. Cleveland. CHICAGO FIRMS FAIL. Five Assignment* In tli* Cook County Court i.i n (Miy. CHICAGO, Ang. Jj—Five assignments wore made in the coui.ty court daring the day. They r.re Chicago Consolidated Ironvand Steel company, vith \v« rks r.t II rvey, Ills., assigned to Chicago Title and Trust company. Asset* £!)00,000: liabilities not jriven. Henry M. Ilosirk. v.ool merchant, at 19:J Michigan s-treei. Assets t^OU.OOO liabilities i.OU). Chicago and Western Soap Works, Kingsbury and Superior streets. Assets $80,('HH) liabilities $:i Louis Sibers & Son, wholesale liquor dealers. Assets $£.000 liabilities $30, 000. Georpe Oberire, dealer in hides and leather. Assets given as $500,000 liabilities $]:.",000. R0BBEKY THE OBJFXT. Pennsylvania Capitalist Murdered at Lin coln, Neb. OMAHA, Aug. 17.—A special to The Bee says: Hon. W. F. Eyeter of Chanibersburg, Pa., was murdered last night at Lincoln. Fred Vance and tive •women of the town are detained at the station as knowing something of the case. He was here with a party of prominent Pennsylvania capitalists en route to Cripple Creek to invest in mines. It was supposed he had taken the afternoon train for Cripple Creek until his body was found in an unfre quented part of town with tne skull crushed. Robbery is supposed to be the causo. UNABLE TO AGREE. Attempt at Fusion in Washington So Far a Fa.lure. ELLENSBURO, Wash., Aug. 17.—After an all night session of the joint confer ence the Populists submitted a projosi tion, which was approved by the silvor Republicans, making the following dis tribution of offices: For Populists— Governor, lieutenant governor, secre tary of state, treasurer, auditor, laud commissioner, two electors and one con gressman. For Democrats—Judge of supreme court, state printer and two electors. For silver Republicans—At torney general and one congressman. The Democrats are dissatisfied with the distribution of offices, and the present situation suggests a fusion between the Populists and free silver men with a separate Democratic ticket. A Woman for Elector. CHEYENNE, Wy., Aug. 17.—-At the state Republican convention Congress man Frank W. Mondell of Wheaton county was renominated by acclama tion, and Chief Justice H. V. S. Gross beck of Albany county for associate justice of the state supreme court. W. F. Britain, Benjamin Howell and Bryan to Speak in Ohio. CLEVELAND, Aug. 17.—L. E. Hold en, the Ohio member of the Democratic no tification committee, sent a telegram from New York to The Plain Dealt announcing that Mr. Bryan would speak ia Ibis city on Aag. 31. 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. INTHEWODYCITY Practically Settled That Demo cratic Headquarters Will Be at Chicago, Though Chairman Jones Refuses to Make Any Formal v Announcement. Senator Gorman Said to Save Declined to Take Charge of the Campaign. WASHINGTON, Aug. 17. Senator Jones, chairman of the Democratic na tional committee, has arrived in Wash ington. He went at once to the head quarters of the Democratic congres sional campaign committee, and was busy all the forenoon with correspon dence and telegrams besides seeing the more prominent Democratic arrivals in the city. He was not ready to announce the executive committee or to state what decision had been reached regard ing national headquarters. It is known, however, that the determination has been reached to locate the main head quarters at Chicago. There will be maintained in Washington a branch headqusirters, working in connection with the congressional campaif'ii com mittee, which will attend to sending out all the necessary literature, and will work also in connection with such other campaign committees as may ba established here and are interested in the success of Mr. Bryan. The pressure from the West to hnve the headquarters in Chicago have been more than the committee and the cam paign managers could withstand. It has been pointed out that the Republi can headquarters are practically in Chi cago, and that the hard lighting during the campaign will bo in the Wc.it. GORMAN REFUSES IT. He Declines the Chairmanship of th«i Democratic Campaign Committee. NEW YORK, Aug. 17.—It is announced that Senator Gorman has refused tc accept the chairmanship of the cam paign committee. Tho national head quarters, it is announced, will be at Chicago. The selection of Chicago is out of deferenco to the wishes of Mr. Bryan, and Mr. Gorman declines the chairmanship because of the selec tion. Michigan Gold Democrats. LANSING, Mich., Aug. 17.—The pro visional state committee of gold standard Democrats in conference here have issued an invitation for a convention in this city Aug. 26 to nom inate presidntial electors and state of ficers and 28 delegates to the Indianapo lis convention. ADAMS EMPLOYES STRIKE. Ill Mrs. Sarah Molloy were named for presiden tiol electors. Hundred Employes In New York and Jersey City Out. NEW YORK, Aug. 17.—Employes of the Adams Express company in this and Jersey City, to tho number of 600 went on strike. They allege that since Pres ident Weir took charge of the com pany's affairs in the East, wages have been reduced nbont one-third, aud many old and efficient servants of the com pany have been discharged for trivial reafeons, ips ips Ie WW» I tv .mm. vvv1.."Xixr.11?.*# •i I: i severt«t hailstorm of tho season struck this place at 9 a. m., doing considerable damage to plate glass windows and de molishing the wheat and grain crops in the southern part of Douglas county. A number of horses tied along Tower avenue became frightened and run away, causing much damage. £nthiihi'!tt!n Winnii'eg Oarsmen. WINNIPEG, Aug. 17.—Winnipeg row ing enthusiasts were going to spend a lot of money in celebrating the victories of their four-oar crew at Saratoga I'oi the Am r.can championship, and at Broekvi*J*-i»:st wrek Am- the Canadian championship, but the wise suggestion was made that inste:*! of this waste they start a fund to send the crew to Henley next je^r Tl:e promptly adopted. suggestion was Silver Service for the Ind atia. WASHINGTON, Aug. 17.—The battle ship Indiana will be presented with a magnificent silver service, contributed by the citizens of Indiana, at Tonip kinsville, St: t-n island, on Sept. 21. Acting Secretary McAdoo has approved that date ana Captain Evans will re ceive the service from the Indiana com mittee, which will visit Tompkinsville for tbe purpose of making the presenta tion. Defeated by Cretan In urgent*. LONDON, Aug. 17.—Ihe Athens cor respondent of The Daily News tele graphs to his paper as follows Several hundred insurgents attacked and al most annihilated pome Mussulmans who were marauding at Katovathia, near Heraklion. Turkish troops were sent from Heraklion to succor the Mus sulmans, bnt they were also defeated. Electric Bittern. Electric Bitters is a medicine 6uited for any season, bttt perhaps more gener ally needed, when the languid, exhaust ed feeling prevails, when the liver is tor pid and sluggish and the need of a tonic aud alterative is felt. A prompt ute of this medicine has often averted long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medi cine will act more surely in counteract ing and freeing the system from malarial poison. Headache, Indigestion, Consti pation, Dizziness yield to Electric Bit ters. f(*u. and 81.(X) per bottle at C. H. Wood's drug store. I will sell tbe north half of section 14, Wayne township, 108 54. All under cultivation. W. H. YODEK. "Boys will be boys," but you can't af ford to lose any of them. Be ready for the green apple season by having De Witt's Gaiia and Obolera Cure in the honse. FRANK SMITH. For sale—six room house with two acres of laud. Shade and fruit trees—a bargain for some one wanting a good home with plenty of land. CHAS. B. KENNEDY. 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. WILLIAM leKiaiLE\ Agents wanted to sell the Life and Speeches of McKinley, with Proceedings of St. Louis Convention, Platform of par ty and other valuable information. 320 pages, with twenty full page illustrations Price, cloth, 81.00 half morooco, 81 30. Sixty per cent, discount to Agents. Send 30 cents for prospectus and full particulars, and go to work at once. You can sell 200 copies in your own town. Address J. S. Ogilvie publishing com pa ny,57 Rose street, New York. Wanted-An Idea f?.«y£b« i tv .mm. **v.,"Aii *. 1 Pyoteot roor Ideas they may bvtag voa «Mltk. writeJolDf WUDE OO^rnumt Attor 25 per cent off on Ladies DR. F. N. PALMHR, DENTAL SURGEOK Offioe over Cituend National Bank. MADI8OX, SOUTH DAKOTA. ENLARGED Photographs in Crayon or Water Colors given away as a premium C" A. Kelt}? the Grocerj man at 1»U new store in the Flitcroft Building. Both Photographs and Groceries of the fiaeat quality. TAN OXFORDS We don't believe there's a class of people anywhere who knows ft round dollar's worth so well as the Madison public. And there is no class that appreciates real bargains so well as they. Our increasing shoe business indicates this clearly. The people get what we adver tise. In our general sale Ladies Tan Oxfords will play an important part. See them—try them—buy them. We have other seasonably goods which we are making very close prices on. D. McKINNON. LJL oc dQQr AN EXPERT Who knows all about those things that make life easy during hot weather, says that our KOLA PHOS is the finest in town. Instead of being dis guised with too much syrup it has that pleasant, acid taste and flavor of the fresh fruit. It is ice cold, delicious, and very re freshing. Palace Drug Store. S. R. MONTAGUE & CO. M. L. CLARK D. D. H0L0RID6E & SON. Attorneys Counsellor tA.T LAW. Madison, South Dale OFFICE: Over Daly & Mackay's bank. -J.H. WILLIAMSON ATTORNEY- AT- LAW Collections promptly attended tc. Office in Syndicate block over iM*ZiUMi,« Atom, MxiMnanS.,0.