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THE DAILY LEADER
MAOltfUN. SOUTH DAKOTA. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11. 1896. Loral Tlae Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Ptol P.ftilwlty, wfctrfr ook effect, holiday, Septtt, lHVfi: TRAIN* flUINM ***. PM*«nxer, No. 4, depart* 11:U0 t. Freight, No.W, departs ». n. Tret«hi, No. 74, departs 7 :H0 p. •. TRAIN A SOIMO WH»T, W»y Irelfht, Ho. 97. depfcrt® 4:15 p. m. THAIN* FKtTQ THK »*•*. Puaenftr, No. 1, arrtvu* 4-00 j, IB. Praitrht, No. W6, «rnve» 2.no p. m. Freight No. »:•!, arrives 4:1S a. m. TKAINa HUM THI wntf. Freight, No. 98, arri»e«10:40 a. ra. All the above tr»ln» carry p*««enceri bnt :reigbu only when pasaeager* are provided with ticket*. PaMenger traisa going eaat make connection 11 Kgan for all points south. MADISOI* A BRISTOL LIKB. Passenger going north, departs 11:31 a. •. Paste nicer from north arrives, 3:4ft p. a. II. K. WOOL-. Local Agent. Ladles, OUR LINE OF are finer than ever in all the latest shades. Every pair warranted. E I Y LOCAL HKKTl'rlKM. Wheat 67 tinx 5(3. Mies Maud Matheney returned from a three weeks' visit with her friends in Huron. Arrivals on the evening train from the east were Wm. Tobin, H. H. Oulstine and Robert Zimmermann. Weather report: Pair to-nifjht and Thursday w^tl) slowly rising tempera ture. Northerly winds becoming vari able. Mrs. S. H. Avery, ion and two daugh tera departed this morning for Rushford, Minn., to visit the old home for a couple of months. E. V. Coon and wife went to Flandrau to celebrate the golden wedding of Mr Goon's father and mother, Mr. and Mrs 9. H. Coon, of Flandrau. A license to wed was issued to-day to Carl Po?lke, aged 70, of Herman and Christina Krueger, 55, of Farmington, who were united in wedlock by Rev. A. Tilgner. S. 8. Thomas and wife took their de parture tc-day for Hudson, Lincoln oounty, S. D., where they will reside in the future. They were acoompanied by two of their grand children. Rev. Henry Schwenter of St. Joseph, Mich., has beeu the guest of Fred M. Mueller for a few days. Mr. Schwenter intended to do missionary work in the country here but the bad weather has interfered with his plans and he depart ed east. Sioux City Journal, 10: Charles .S. Woodin, of Flandrau, S. D, was at the Oxford last night with the eighteen Indian children, whom he was taking home from school. They have been at the Flandrau school two years, and their homes are at Pine Ridge agency. Madison now has a full Hedged orches tra of nine pieces, which is attaining great proticiency in playing. Ihey give a social dance to-morrow evening and next Tuesday evening play at the Behanneeey entertainment. Prof. Ireland will, on that ocoasion, plajr one of his magnificent cornet solos. Council Bluffs Nonpareil: "Phares Behanneeey gave his charming and in teresting oriental entertainment at the Broadway church to a large and appre ciative audieaoe. The young Syrian was ably assisted by twenty-tive young gentlemen and ladies attired in oriental costumes. With these persons he illus trated the manner and customs of the Syrian people in a masterly way." At the opera house in Madison next Tuee day evening. Mrs. W. H. Dempster met with a bad fright and severe injuries last evening in a very unexpected way. About 10 o'elock she went to the window with a lamp in her hand to look at the ther mometer and raised the window curtain. Wbile gazing out the curtain caught tire from the lamp and was all ablaze before she noticed it. A sudden scream brought the rest of the family to her reeoue, but •he had jerkecTthe ourrtain down and in her efforts to extinguish the flames her hands were very severely burned. The carpet and other acoessoriee to the win dow were considerably damaged. The ooanty commissioners met this morning, the three members and Audi- I 1 i i THE FAIR. 100 tor Northrop being present. They im mediately adjourded as a board of com missioners, and H. A. Davis and W. H. Buxton with power to choose a third were constituted a canvassing board by Auditor Northrop, who serves as clerk of the canvassiog board. The two com missioners, as provided by law, oalled Register of Deeds Schmidt to their assis tance, he being the only other county officer convenient not a candidate for offioe, and proceeded to canvans the re turns. The canvass progresses slowly and will hardly be completed this evening. WANT RECIPROCITY, Statement of ths Canadian Finano* Blln later Arouses Interest. MONTREAL, Nov. 11.—The statement made in New York by Hou.W.S. Field ing, Cuuuriifln finance minister, that efforts will be made by the Canadian government to secure a treaty of reci procity with the Cuived States as soon as President MrKinley shall assume oftice at Washington, has awakened the greatest interest among business men in Montreal, and throughout Can ada. The commercial interests of the Dominion, regardless of polities, are almost a unit in favor of a renewal of what is Known as the "Elgin" reciproc ity tivaty of 18.*)4, and it is believed that when the representatives of the Canadian government visit Washing ton next s] r.ng, they will endeavor to secure reciprocal legis.ation along the lines of that treaty. •.. crew or i\v*iity-«evrift Safe. ABKRDI:EN, Wash., Nov. 11.—The British bark Z'vaita from Greenock, a a new ves.v *1 of 1,544 tons, went ashore on North beach, about tive miles north of the entrance' of Grays harbor. The,crew consisted of 27 per sons and all are safe ashore. Killed by a Boiler Explosion. CINCINNATI, Nov. 11.—A special to The Times Star from Lexington, Ky., nays The boiler of Roderick Baker's steam nuil 111 Perry county exploded, killing two and injuring half a dozen. Lost—An Otter muff. Suitable re ward. Leave at this office. Advertlaed Abetters List of letters remaining uncalled for in the poetofflce in Madison, Nov. 11, 1896: Chapman, W.*W. Dodge, Alice B. Killon, John. Kunned, J. U. Laughin, Wm. McKee, T. H. McCroady. McLane, E. S. Persona calling for the above, please say "advertised." After fifteen days they will be sent to the dead letter offioe WM. TOBIN, P. M. Condensed Testlmany. Okas. H. Hood, broker and manufac turer's agent, Columbus, Ohio, certifies that Dr. King's New Discovery has no equal as a Cough remedy. J. D. Brown, proprietor St. James hotel, Ft. Wayne, Ind, testifies that he was enred of a cough of two years standing, caused by La Grippe, by Dr. King's'New Dtsoov ery. B. F. Merrill, Huldwinsville, Mass., says that he has used and recommend ed it and never knew it to fail and would rather have it than any doctor, because it always oures. Mrs. Hemming, 222 E. 25th street, Chicago, always keeps it at band and has no fear of oroup, because it instantly relieves. Free trial bottle* at 0. H. Wood's drug store. Two good gifla wanted enquire at the MADISON HOUSE. OeWitt's Witch Hazel S«lv« Cars* PIIM, Scalds, Barns. Wm. Rogers Silver Knives & Forks, "The Best on Earth"- to be sold at $2.67 PER DOZEN, 'SPOT CASH' DOZEN 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. FRANK SHITH. MRS. CASTLE OUT Home Secretary Releases the San Francisco Lady Convicted of Shoplifting. Report of the Medical Com mission Decidedly in Her Favor. She Will Return Home With Her Husband as Speedily as Possible. LoDofN\ Nov. 11.—Mrs. Walter M. Castle ot San Francisco, who was sen tenced at the Clerkenwell sessions on Friday last to three months imprison ment, has been released from Worm wood Scrubbs pristm on medical grounds, by order of the home secre tary, S.r Mutthew White Ridley. The commissioners of prisons, it ap pears, directed the medical board to in quire into and report i^xm the health of Mrs. Castle, whose condition was causing anxiety to the prison authori ties. She was watched day and night by special attendants in the infirmary and was shown every attention possible. The commissioners, after receiving the report of the medical board on the state of Mrs. Castle's health, communicated with the home secretary, who promptly ordered her release from prison, and she was placed in the care of her hus band, who lias undertaken to take her back to the United States with the least possible delay. SHOT BY A MINISTER. Fatal AO* ay at Larrabee, la., the Renalt of a Liquor I'ro-ecntlnn. LARI:ABKE, la., Nov. 11.—This little village was plunged into a fevei* of ex citement at 8 p. m. and one of her prominent citizens is lying at death's door with a bullet lodged under the left nipple and near the heart. Harry Mewhirter, a druggist, is the wounded man, and Rev. E. L. Benedict fired the shot that will probably end tho young man's earthly career. One day last weed Mr. Benedict secured a search Warrant and had Mewhirter's drug Store searched for liquors. This en raged the druggist and about 4 o'clock Monday afternoon he followed the minister into the Larraboo Review office. The minister extended his hand to Mewhirter v.itlr peaceful intent The enraged druggist at the same moment Dealt Benedict a Sever* Hm on the head with his fist. The Review men interfered and the men parted for the t:me being. As Benedict was pass ing the drug store on his way to the post office about 8 in the evening, Me whirter and a fellow named Jurkc jumped upon him and a tussle followed. The minister succeeded in freeing him self, and, drawing a revolver, shot Me whirter, who fell to the ground. Ho regained his feot, however, and walked to the doctor's office. The physician has little hopes for his recovery. Sher iff Wheeler was telegraphed at Chero kee and the minister was taken into custody. The principals are both lead ing citizens of Cherokee county and the affair has created a widespread sensa- 05 TRIAL FOR LIPS. Wyomin# Harder Case la Befere Judge Crosby. CENTRE CITY, Minn., Nov. 11.—The trial of Arthur Johnson and Bill Keller who are accused of the murder of Ed ward Paul and Jacob Hayes at Wyo ming. last June, has commenced be fore Judge Crosby. County Attorney Ed. C. Gottrey appeared for the state, and Hon. J. C. Nethewayof Stillwater was appointed to defend the prison ers. Both of the accused appen to be in good health and Koliey still keeps up the air of cool concern which has characterized his demeanor ever since his capture the day after th' murder. Johnson, the younger crim inal, is more nervous but bears hinis If calmly. The prisoners had already pleaded not guilty to the indictment and on the court convening the work of selecting u jury was at once pro ceeded with. This will likely occupy pome time and it is 1 kely that another panel may be needed. Dismissed Indl Intent* Aciiiiist W^hitrmiin SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 11.—Alonzo ,T Whiteman, ex-mayar of Duluvii, legis lator, and prominent citizen of Mimi". sota, who was convicted of forgery ai I sentencedtoSr.il C^aentin, went forth a free man f-om Judge Wallace's court Superior Ju("ge Wallace dismissed the three indictments against him at his own request, and a most interesting case was brought to i: i end. Higher I'rlce for Lumber. CHICAGO, Nov. 11—The Lumbermen's association of this city has advanced prices from 50 cents to $1 u thousand feet, and say they may go still higher. Lumber has been on a steady declii.. since 18!3. The dealers who boosted prices say they have only taken a step toward the prices they will ask before next spring, if the tideef prosperity continues. Tv --listin Event*. LOXDO* 1.—Before the Na tional S' •'Solly'* Smith of Los Angi ..defeated "Willie" Smith, the "a i.ex weight champion of England, in eight rouuds for a purse of $2,500, and Muldoon's "Pickaninny," otherwise known a* "Billy" Hill, de feated Arthur Callan of Manchester in 14 rounds. No Stay For Kefat. BISMARCK, N. D., NOV. 11.—The su preme court has filed a decision deny ing the application for a stay of execu tion in the Kent case. DeWitt's Little Early Risers, Ths famous little pill*. Lilly White buckwheat flour. PETKK MARQUART. •Vraonal. FREE—G4 page medical reference book to any person afflicted with any special, chronic or delicate disease peculiar to their sex. Addreps the leading physicians and surgeons of the United States, Dr. Hathaway & Co., Corner Nebraska and Fourth streets, Sioux City, Iowa, Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair* DR' CREAM BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret 'rottt-Ammonia, Alum lor any other adulterant 40 Years the Standard, TULSt The hen that cackles longest. Doesn't lay the biggest egg, 0~© And the man that kicks the highest Hadn't, the longest leg. The pig that's always squealing Doesn't pet his share of .di n, But the merchant that gets the business Has to blow hid horn. That is just what we are doing and wish to state right here that you can get more lor your money in Shoe Dress Qood$, UnderW^ar, ^lo&ljs, as we are closing ours out tor cost. Hard & Soit Coal. An excellent grade of Lehigh Val ley coal. Bottom prices. Free delivery to any part of the city. Wm. Fintzel, fiose, Fur Coa*S and Overshoes at our store than ever be fore. Come in and let us show you what we can do. DAN McKINNON. jg—y—y The1 Old Reliable FOR' SCHOOL BOOKS, TABLETS AND ALL SCHOOL MATERIALS. iSilN U DISHES are going fast. make them move. You can save money by get ting your dishes early The Cash Grocery. A sent 0. D. H0LDRI06E & SON. Attorneys I Counsellors AT LAV, Madison, South Das OFFICE: Sl Orer Daly TOM CAREY. A CHOICE LINK OF REINHOLD CHINA, also one of the finest patterns of English Decorated jfta,re that has ever been in the city anil everything marked low. Call and see me before buying elsewhere. C. A. KELLEY. Our elegant line of. s. Y. HYDE ELEVATOR CO. DR. F. N. PALMER, DENTAL SURGEON Offioe over Citizen National Bank. MADISON, SOUTH IMKOTA. UK AT MARI&lkT. Citv Meat Market. Keeps constantly on han i a all line of Fresh and Cured Meats, Fish, Fowl and Game, season* 60ETHFUSCHULTZ. Wanted-An Idea Protest WOT Hm: (bar BUT Write Maokay'a bank. MM IM m&KK.