We are offering a large line of
of Men's Suits in all fabrics styles
and prices. Overcoats and listens
of ail kinds. We also have on
hatid a large line of
Prices the lowest in the state.
The Estimates Ga^lfvil by tl.e
Agricultural 1* i* nu*nt
Continuous Ki II.r«v riously
Affected (i i:i in N.irtli
Big Deficit in Russia, While the
German Crop is Not
WAMIIXOTOX, Oct. 17.—The European
reports of the agricultural department,
issued by the chief statisticians show
the crop of Great Britain has been
somewhat reduced in the north and iu
Scotland by the persistent wet weather
of September, which practically ruintni
most of the wheat ungathered. In the
southern countries harvesting was com
pleted before the bad weather set in,
and the wheat is of a finer milling qual
ity than has been known for years. The
"Fifty miUion bushels would be a
liberal estimate for the product of Great
Brituin. The barley crop has been
shortened and seriously injured in
(juality by rain. Hay and oats are hort,
not only her», but on the Baltic. Hence
it may be expected that thew wiU be a
good market for imported hay, and tliut
enormous consumpt.ou of crrn in the
United KiiifTf'oiii during 18'Jo-(5 will be
equalled the coniiu year. It is practi
cally cpitam the end of the harvest
year wi-1 seo i.o ureas KcrpJnpsea, and it
is ronton tostipjosy there will be 110
further reductions of A Leaf ai-eus, such
as huve Lor otsr-rvul-io tLo record*
for the lstfct »oW V \UH.
France—Tkcro .s no material loss in
wheat from uul luirvo weather. Tlio
barley crop w, fywevor, tomewhat
affected, 'ilia eMi^.uteof the wheat
crop by the N. t.triul Association ol
French milers jiHi.c .1 la week is
We have Far Coats for every
body comprising the following.
Peisian Buffalo Goats.
Cheese Mi ok Co: is.
Warn bat Coats.
Siberian Dog Coals.
Spotted Dog Coats.
Goat Skin Coats.
We guarantee the prices on oar
fur coats the lowest in the state.
Grinager Bros. Grinager Bros.
of all in Leavening Strength.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
hi. -.iii' tiU'.li iii'
(it!ni:111 .«,* X.»t
Germany—ihe viuat nop was a
poor average except in 1 i-i.ssia, where
it is »fficiully reported below the
average. The annual production of
this cereal, however, is HUUII in com
parison with that of rye and potatoes.
The estimate of the rye crop, 316,00,000
bushels, is considcrably-over the average
and is believed to be excessive. Pota
toes are expected to give only half a
crop. It may be expccted that the
wheat import of 181)0-7 will exceed the
average and that a larger proportion
than usual will come from the United
States. This, of course, would be nul
lilied by any considerable advance in
the price of wheat, a not unlikely con
Wheat is a good average. The sow
ing of winter wheat is now well
The Hungarian Minister's Kstiiuatc.
Spain—In the estimate by the Hun
garian minister of agriculture of the
wheat crops of the world, he considered i
that Spain would harvest 72,356,000.
The deficit of the year is estimated by
him to exceed 34,000,000 bushels, more
than double that of last year.
Austria-Hungary—Wheat under av
erage and reports as to corn crop are
Italy—An average crop all around.
Roumauia—The estimate is 69,600,000
bushels of wheat. The corn crop is ex
tremely disappointing and the same
statement is made aloat all the Dan
ubian countries. During tho harvest
year ended July, 1895, these countries
shipped woro corn to England than did
tho United States, whil? during the
year just ending they cut a small figure.
The leflciency in Itussia.
Russia—Thero is a bi£ deficiency in
the Russian who.it crop. The highest
estimate puts tho crop at 374,000,000
bushels, the lowest under
General opinion inclines toward the
lower. Rus-ian shippers now are hold
ing persistently above the market.
Forest I'ir»s llreak Oat Again.
MILWAUKEE, Oct. 17.—Forest fires
have broken out r.gain in Northern
Michigan. The little town of Sagola,
located north of Iron Mountain, on the
St. Paul rai.wry, wps threatened with
ESTABLISHED 1090. MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA SATURDAY, OCTOBER
underwear at 50 cents is a hum
One Price House
The Fall Season of 1896 is here and we have prepared for the people of Lake
and adjoining counties the largest, finest, best, strongest, most fashionable stock of
CLOTH*. UK & CAPS. SHOES & MBS. UMH. SHIRTS & fill COATS
that has ever been brought to the City of Madison. This immense stock has been
purchased at the most marvelousyl Low Prices that it has ever been our good fortune
heretofore to participate in. We propose to dispose of them on the schedule of ex
tremely Low Prices so it can truly be said that the gold, silver and paper dollar has
doubled in its purchasing power at our store this fall. GRIN AGER BROS.
Come in when want of Under
wear we can give yon anything
you please to have the lowest
prices. Our extra
Heavy Fleece Lined
total destruction. The St. Paul com
pany promptly forwarded a relief train
to the scene for the purpose of carrying
residents out of danger, if it waa found
No One Was Hart.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Oct. 17.—A large
quantity of dynamite in the magazine
of the Dayton Coal and Iron company
at Dayton, Tenn., exploded at 1 o'clock
a. m., wrecking many building and de
stroying the electric light plant. No
one was hurt, so far as meagre details
Robber* Shoot to KI1L
GALENA, Ills., Oct. 17.—At 4:80 p. m.
two men entered Chris Bauer** saloon
on Frahklin street and ordered the in
mates to hold up thair hands. Joseph
Bauer, who was in charge, was fatally
shot. The robbers rifled the cash
drawer and escaped across the river.
Woanded Mas Bound Over.
WELLS, Minn., Oct. 17.—The man
shot last Sunday by a woman in de
fending the life of her husband against
an infuriated man with a savage dirk
knife, was bound over to the grand jury
uuder $1,000 bonds, which will not
likely be raised.
Affirmed bjr the Court of Appeals.
ALBANY, N. Y., Oct. 18.—The court
of appeals has affirmed the decision of
the appellate division, second depart
ment, giving the gold standard Demo
crats the ri^ht to use the name of
"National Democratic Party" on the
TYPOS ELECT OFFICERS.
Prescott of Toronto. Ont., Be-Elected
COLORADO 8PRINOS. Colo., Oct. 17.—
At yesterday's session of the Interna
tional Typographical union the follow-,
ing officers were chosen for the ensuing
term: President, W. P. Prescott, Tor
onto, Ont., re-elected secretary-treas
urer, John W. Brainwood, Denver
first vice president, Theodore Perry,
Nashville, Tenn. second vice presi
dent, George W. Williams, Boston
third vice president, Hugo Miller, In
The most important item of business
transacted by the convention during
the day was the pas-age of the 9-hour
labor law. An effort to pass an 8-hour
law was defeated. Ihe H-hour law has
now to te voted on by every Typo
graphical union in the country before
its final r.doption. In 1886 such a law
passed tho international convention,
but was defeated when presented to tho
LAIUMOKE, N. D., Oct. 17.—Tillif L.
Lr?e, or Lein. was instantly killed by
falling from u fie glit train while steal
inga ride. He had $6? and two notes
of $50 and $20 each, dated Ma
In this line we can crown you
all with a crown of glory. Our
hats have all kinds of ccwns
We are always on hand with the
latest productions of fashion.
Thinks Ireland Should Not Have Mixed
LONDON, OCT. 17.—The Daily News
publishes the following dispatch from
Rome "The Vatican, although in fa
vor of McKinley, disapproves of Arch
bishop Ireland's letter because it openly
mixes religion and politics, which the
Vatican desires to keep 6eparato in the
United States. It is feared that the
letter will displease the Western and
Southern Bryanist Catholics. It is
probable that instructions will be sent
to Mg. Martinelli concerning the atti
tude of the Catholic clergy.
SIX CHILDREN PERISHED.
Parents Were Away From Home and the
The house of J. S. Miller was destroyed
by fire and six children of Mr. Miller
perished in the flames. Another child
and a man named Frank Boise were
seriously burned. Miller and his wife
were away from home, having gone to
New Whatcom to participate in a
Populist parade, leaving their children
home iu the care of Boise, who was
visiting thorn. The origin oi' the fire is
timer and Dnckner in Georgia.
MONTGOMERY, Ga., Oct. 17.— The
theater, with a seating capacity of
1,500 people, was packed with a mag
nificent audience to greet Genera's Pal
mer and Bucki.or. Great cmhusia»i:i
prevailed. General Palmer sj oke near
ly one hoar aud devoted his argument
to the cun*cncy question 'almost ex
clusively, while General Buckner dis
sect ed the Cfc.cego i h.tiorm.
Elevators Ov« llu
Gr.raKA, Man., t. 17.—Gretna ele
vators durim last week were as full of
grain us thev coa.d o:slt!y hold. The
new elevator of R. P. RoLlin & Co.
beg: n to settle ifh the weight. The
news that tho Ci.undian IVcilic strike
was over pleurcd the grain buyers, for
all v.'tre i i xious atout f-torage room,
uud were cheered up by the arrival of
trains to move the surplus wheat.
K«i d's Voice Gives Out.
Thomas B. Reed of Maine is confined
to his hotel in this city on account of
sickness.and was unable to resume his
speaking tour. His voice has given out
and he it unable to speak above a
Hash*ltd and Wife tnsane.
INDIAKAPOLIS, Oct. 17 —The Rev.
John M. Milam, recently pastor of the
Madisou Avenue Methodist Episcopal
church, and his wife, Ida, have both
been declared insane by a commission.
been a bar** *+udent and his
This is a new depaiiment in onr
house which we propose to make a
leading facior in our business l»y
Honest Goods at
Grinager Bros. Grinager Bros.
Wash., Oct. 17.—
the Lowest Pi ices.
Call on us when in want of
Shoes and Overshoes.
IUBCEST STOVE PLANT INTHEWuBlOJ
Keeps constantly on hai la ill
Fresh and Cured Meals,
FisH, Fowl and Game, i sea or,
PRICK FIVE CENTS
Sis am Overcoats.
In this lino wo are especially
strong. Wo have the latest spec
ialties iu fabric and out, such as
you liko to see tho little ones
dressed in. Bring the hoys in and
let us fit them out.
STOVES & RANGES
at McDONALD BROS. These stoves will throw ont
more heat with less fuel than heaters on the market.
Call and see onr magnificent assortment. Prices were
ow is the time to look around for bargains. We have
them. Our store re packed full of Stoves that we are
going to close out ut Low Prices in accordance with the follow
ing sample price:
All ACORN HEATER with oven sold last year for
$40.00 now $33.00,
Citv Meat Market.
We hare an abundance of Rargnlns in second band Stoves.
We are over stocked and must closo out at Lour Prices.
JOHNSON BROS. & CO.
Ittary BLOOD l'OISON I
tlary BLOOD l'OISON porainentty
cured In 161 oS davs. Y'. u cau treated at
homo for -irue
n 1 or
J. If you sri f-r tuoouie hero we wiiloon.
to iy railrotulfa: oantl hotel bili^and
fait curv. lfyu Imvo taken mcr
potash, and coil havo actios 104
ita*, Macon* I'atchea la roouth, HoreThroet,
Copper Colored S|x)t*, Ulcer* oa
07 pertos Ura oody, Hair or Eyebrows blllnc
oat, la tbla Seeondury It LOOD POISON
we twrutMtucura. v,~e
the most obsti
nate cegea and chaU«ni(u the world
eeee we cannot cure. This dfcxaae haa alwa?
kafled the efcUl of tho mo»t emlncat jibrif
•lane. 9000,000 Capital behind our oncoed*
Honelfwranty. Absolute prooftaMit M*le4c 1
km. Ad&Me COOK
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