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['HE DAILY LEADER
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SOUTB DAKOTA.
TUESDAY, NOV. 10. IBUTT
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TRAIN flillNS *ASt.
PaMonger, Mo. 4, depart* 11:*
A.
Preiifhi, No.W, di'purtu r:4." a. B».
Preluhi, No. 74, df|mrt» 7 ::io p. a.
THAlNft SOIMS W**T,
freight, No. MT, depart* 4:15 p. «n.
THAiN* rnom tu* *»*.
Pfctoenger,
No.
1, arrive* 4
Kretifht,
"00 p. Bi.
No.
QS,
arrive* 2.'*' p. W.
Freight No. 73, arrive* 4:15 a. m.
THA1NX FHOM TBI W M»T.
Freight, No. Wi, arnvea 10:4ti a. n.
All
the above traina carry paa*enw«
rrelRbti only when paaseager* are provUed with
ticket*.
Paaaeneer
train* gome *ut mnke connection
it Igan for all point* nouth.
MAI) ISO*
A
BRISTOL LIMB.
PMaenirer going north, depart* 11:*) ft.
a.
Passenger from north arrive*, 8:45 p. a,
H. U. WOOL Local A
Ladies,
Kent.
OUR LINE OF
are finer than ever in
all the latest shades.
Every pair warranted.
THE FAIR.
E I Y
I.OCAI. BHKflTIKH.
Mrs. Uri Morse was a passenger to-day
(or Big Springs, Wis.
Live bogs are bringing $2.60 per hun
dredweight tbeee days.
Mrs. Fannie Thomas of the west side
went to Collins, Iowa, to visit friends.
The orchestra will give ^another of its
attractive danoes at the opera bouse
next Thursday night.
Flour has gone up to 81.20 per sack,
and 10 per oent. has been ordered on
groceries all along the line.
Commissioner H. A. Davis at rived on
the train from the north to be ready for
canvassing the vote to-morrow.
Remember the chicken pie supper to
be given by the Presbyterian ladies in
the church parlors to-morrow evening.
Price, 25 oents.
Weather report: Pair in west portion^
snow flurries and colder in east portion
tion to-night. Wednesday fair with
warmer northwest portion.
A. D. Smith, piano tuner, will be in
Madison in a few days and will be pleased
to wait upon all former customers and
as many new ones as may desire his ser
vices.
Arrivals on the train from the west
this morning were John McMechin,
Winfred, Alvin Koehler, Howard, J. B.
Wolgemuth, Mitchell, Rev. W.J. Cleve
land,
Arrivals from the east were Mayor
Lark in, Rev. N. M. Minne and Mrs*. My
ron McCreedy. From the north, Mre.
Snyder of Oldham, sister of Mrs. Felix
Vidal.
Rev. W. J. Cleveland returned from
Howard by the morning passenger. Yes
terday, at the home of the bride's pa*
rents, 3% miles southwest of Howard,
Rev. Cleveland joined in the holy bonds
of matrimony, Mr. F. M. Adkios and
Miss Maud Reeve.
Miller dispatch, 7: Reports from dif*
ferent parts of this county, state that
considerable suffering exists because
people cannot get to town for ooal and
other supplies.. The roads are impassa
ble. Lest night's storm was very se
vere, all trains being blocked here.
Major A. Gifford, of Minneapolis, the
wonderful Aoooertena player, beautiful
singer and fluent speaker will give a
lecture on the "Aims of tfte Salvation
Army" at the opera house next Monday
evening. November 16th. Everybody
welcome. Admission 10 oents.
Huron dispatch, 7: Fire inches of
•now fell in this portion of the state
yesterday and to day. It was blown in
to great drifts and filled the railroad
outs so full thai no train was sent west
last night and the one due here at 7
o'clock this morning arrived at noons
Trains in other directions were only
slightly delayed.
Cards are out announcing the marri
age of ias Clara A. Bernard and Mar
tin F. Cranaey, Sotorday morning Nov
ember, 14,1896, at St. Thomas ohurch.
Miss Bernard is nieoe of Mrs. T. J. Lan
non of this city and Mr. Cranney a pop
ular young business man. The evebt
will be 0p» of much interest social
circles.
A business meeting of the ladies of the
100
Eastern Star will be held at the resi
dence of Mrs. Oliuore to-morrow evening
at 7:30 o'clock to rehearse and complete
arraugementa for the entertainment to
be given at the hall next Tuesday eve
ning. The ladies are preparing a very
amusing program for the entertainment
of the members next week.
The entertainment to be given Nov
ember 17, in the opera house by the
Syrian youth, Behaunesey, promises to
be a rich treat. Of him the Omaha Bee
says: "Never was an audience more de
lighted and at the same time better in
structed. In the entire enter
tainment there is nothing old or trite.
You come away feeling that
you knew nothing about the Holy Land,
but that now you know it well." The
lective will be given under the auspices
of the band and both the band and the
orchestra will assist in the entertain
ment. J.S.Johnson, manager for the
band wants four more girls from the
east side of the city to sell tickets.
Sioux Falls Press, 8: Farmer Darrow
was in town yesterday and reported the
hog cholera as about played out in this
section. The disappearance of the epi
demic is attributed to the cold weather
—or perhaps it may be attributed to the
running out of the disease. The swiue
which recovered from the attuck are
now in danger of freezing to death, as in
almost every instance they are nearly
hairless. The sickness causes all the
bristles to fall oft excepting a few on
their backs. The more the disease is in
vestigated the lees, it seems, is known
about it. The best of accommodations
afford no guard against an attack of the
fatal seourge. Some farmers who had
afforded no protection whatever against
the inclemency of the weather escaped
a visitation of the epidemic, while their
neighbors who boasted the very beet
quarters lost 50 per oent of their hogs.
After the disease had almost entirely
disappeared it last week broke out in a
malignant form among the Wiser Bro.'s
herd, which had been free of any signs
of the strange ailment up to that date.
Mr. Darrow says almost 500 hogs died in
his township the past two months, and
the fatality was no greater there than
elsewhere the county, and on the ba
sis of loss in bis neighborhood he esti
mates the total loss in the county at
several thousand, but congratulates
himself that the trouble is now over,
and may never reappear, as in his judg
ment it was some unknown climatic dif
ficulty.
Tiamwak
Ktuok.
LOXDOX. JO.—THE Financial
News Kuys thiit A. L. invar, a Chicago
Lrok.ur, is here vitii a liussion to place
Yerkuu tramway line securities, and
also to raise nioauy to finance a Chicago
stock exchange. The News warns in
vestors that the elevated railroads have
seriously impaired the tramway lines'
profits, adding that when they were
most prosperous Yerkes displayed no
anxiety to let Britishers participate.
As a remedy for all forms of Headache
Electric Bitters has proved to be the
verv best. It effects a permanent cure
and the mo«t dreaded habitual sick
headaches yield to its influence. We
urge all who are affiioted to procure a
bottle, and give this remedy a fair trial.
In caaee of habitual oonetipation, Elec
tric Bitters cures by giving needed tone
to the bowels, and few cases long resist
the use of thiB medicine. Try it once.
50a. and $106 at C. p. Wood's drug
store.
Win. Rogers Silver Knives & Forks,
"The Best on Earth" to be sold at
$2.67 PER DOZEN, 'SPOT CASH'
for a short time-This is less than
the manufacturer's price-You will
never be able to buy them as cheap
again-and you should avail your
self of this opportunity at once-
Others are doing it.
STRIKE RECALLED
Three Rioters Sentenced in Cali
fornia Pardoned by President
Cleveland.
They Have Been Punished Suffi
ciently to Meet the Ends
of Justice.
Also for a Warning to Thousands
Equally Guilty But Un
punished.
WASHINGTON, NOV. 10.—Ths presi
dent has pardoned W. H. Clune, Isaac
Ross and Philip Stanwood of California,
sentenced Dec. 0, 1895, to pay a fine of
fl and be confined in the Los Angeles
county jail 18 months for conspiracy,
the offense being committed in the rail
way riots at the time general through
out the country.
The
1'reaideDt'a
DOZEN
Endorsement.
The president wrote the following
endorsement on the application
"These convicts have suffered more
than nine months imprisonment under
their sentences. I am boand to assume
that they were guilty of an offense
most dangerous in its character, and in
the commission of which they
aided and encouraged an unlawful
defiance of authority, which threatened
the most distressing consequences. I
am convinced, however, that these men
are not criminals, but laboring men
swept into a violation of law by at first
listening to the counsels of disorder.
Others besides themselves are suffering
humiliation and deprivation on account
of their wrong doing, and I am led to
believe that the purposes of punishment
so far as the effect on the prisoners is
concerned, have been fully accom
plished. I am also convinced that the
imprisonment already suffered by these
prisoners will be ample warning to the
thousands equally guilty, though un
punished, and to those who may be
hereafter tempted, that the laws enact
ed to secure peace and order must be
obeyed."
PAYING THEIR BETS.
Opposition Acknowledge* MrKtnley
SfllTH.
Hat
Carried Kentucky.
LOUISVILLE, Nov. 10.—Headquarters
of both the Republican and Democratic
committees are closed, it being con
ceded now that on the face of the of
ficial returns from 115 of the 119 coun
ties, that McKinley has carried the
state. The official returns from the
missing counties will not a'.ter the gen
eral result. Chairman Roberts figures
McKinley's plurality at 444, saying that
the official return* from the four ooan*
ties will increase that figure. On the
same number of counties the Courier
Journal figures the plurality at 498, and
The Times places it at 576. Bettors
who wagered money that Bryan would
carry Kentucky, now concede that Mc
Kinley l*as carried the state by a small
bnt safe plurality and are paying their
bets.
CARLISLE OUT OF IT.
Senator Blackbnrn'a Snecemor Certain to
Be Republican.
CINCINNATI, NOV. 10.—The Commer
cial Tribune's special from Frankfort,
Ky., says: There is no longer any
talk of the Republicans uniting with
the gold Democrats on Carlisle, Breck
inridge or any othe? Democrat to suc
ceed Senator Blackburn. All negotia
tions and talk to thiB effect were baaed
on. the probabilities of another deadlock.
Now that the Republicans are confident
of a majority on joint ballot they state
that a Republican will bo elected sen
ator. Governor Bradley, Congressman
Hunter, St. John Boyle and others are
'mentioned for the place.
LEAD IN SOUTH DAKOTA.
Republican State and Coii|reu oHl Tick
ets Are Safe.
YANKTON, S. D., Nov. 10.—Corrected
returns made by county canvassing
boards huve increased the majority for
the McKiuley electors to 125. On the
count thus far the Republican state
ticket runs ahead of the electors by 300
to 400, and it is almost assured that tho
entire cjmgreBsional und state ticket is
elected.
WKYLKR AFTER MACEO.
Captain General of Culm Taken the Field
in I'erson.
HAVANA, Nov. 10—Captain General
Weyler has .kon the field in person
aptinst the insurgents under Antonio
Maceo in the province of Pmar del Rio,
and reliable news received from the
front indicates that the Spanish columns
are approaching close to the enemy.
(General Weyler left Havana on boa
the cruiser Legazpy half an hour after
midnight, his destination being the port
of Mariel province of Pinar del Rio.
From Mariel, it is understood, the
captain general will go southward iTy
the highway to the town of Artemisa,
and along the line of the trocha. Strong
reinforcements are being embarked to
support the captain general in the oper
ations now in progress against the in
surgents.
The Marquis de Afinmada remains in
charge of the captain general's oflice
here, with Colonel Ramon Dominguez
as his chief of staff.
The committee of the national de
fense has passed a resolution requesting
the government to finish the rebellion
by tho use of the army, and without
political interference.
The Oklahoma Legislature.
GCTHIRIE. O. T., Nov. 10.—Returns
from all the legislative districts of the
territory show that that body will be
controlled by the free Bilverites, who
have elected a good majority of its
members.
DeWltt's Little Early Risers,
Ths famous little pills.
Lilly White buckwheat flour.
n
PETEK MABQUABT.
personal.
FREE—64-page medical reference book
to any person afflicted with any special,
chronic or delicate disease peculiar to
their sex. Address the leading
physicians and surgeons of the United
Statee, Dr. Hathaway & Co., Corner
Nebraska and Fourth streets, Sioux
City, Iowa.
Awarded
Higbeat Honors—World'# Fair.
DH
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre#
f'Om Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 Yean the Standard.
The lien that cackles loudest
Doesn't lay the biggest. egg,
And the man that kicks th highest
Hasn't the longest leg.
The pig that's nlwaj s squealing.
Doesn't irrt his share
of
i
n,
But the merchant that gets the business
Has to blow his horn.
N V
That is just what we are doing and wish to
state right here that you can get more lor
your money in
Shoes, Dress Qoods,
Ur\der\A/?&r, £1oal$s,
Hose, Fur
and Overshoes at our store than ever be
fore. Come in and let us show you what
we can do.
as we are closing ours out lor cost.
T"vjLst ^ecei-vecL-
S.Y. HYDE
ELEVATOR CO
DAN McKINNON.
O-O TO.
^The' Old Reliables
WOOD'S DR06 STORE
FOR'
SCHOOL BOOKS, TABLETS,
AND ALL SCHOOL MATERIALS.
1.
An excellent grade of Lehigh Val
ley coal. Bottom prices.
Free delivery to any
part of the city.
Wm, Fintzel, Agent
D. 0. N0L0RID6E & SON.
Attorneys Counsellors
av
I«AW.
Midiaaa, South Dan
OPTICS:
Owt DftlytMMkaytibahk.
are going fast.
make them move. You
can save money by get
ting your dishes early
The Cash Grocery.
TOM CAREY.
A CHOICE LINE OF
REINH0LD CHINA,
also one of the finest patterns of English Decorated ware
that has ever been in the city and everything marked low.
Call and see me before buying elsewhere.
O. A. KELLEY.
Our elegant line of.
DR. V PALMER,
DENTAL SURGEON
Office over Citi*e*4 National Bank.
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA.
•CAT HAiafcT.
City Meat Market.
Keeps constantly on haa 1 a all
line of
Fresh and Cured Meats,
Fish, Fowl and Game, n season.
60ETHFL & SCHULR.
Wanted-ln Idea sSSaS?
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