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THE DAILY LEADER
MAD1SOS. »OUT»
DAKOTA.
FRIDAY, FEB. 5, 1887.
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Chie««o. Mll»»ak«« St. P*ol tnllway, wblrb
•ok affect, SanUy, Sept6, lftM:
TMIM
OOIKO
BAST.
Pftaaenger, No. 4, dcptrt* 11 -.00 *. m.
Freight, No. Mi, aep*rt* e:^ a. m.
Fi*1i(hl, No. 74, departs 7 p. m.
THAI** «OI»« W*BT,
Way freight. No. »7, departs 4:15 p. m.
TAAIKS
raom
TH* IAIT.
Piiati(er, No. 1, arrive* 4 *(K) p. m.
Freight. No. 9*, arrive*
2.00
p. m.
Freight No. 73, arrlvoa 4:IB a. m.
THAIKK rROM TBI VB«T.
Freight, No. 98, arnvea 10:40 a. tn.
All the abore train* carry pataeacvn but
Ircightt only when paaaaogera are provided wtib
tickets
I'adKcnrer train* going east make eoonettlon
U Egan for all point* aouth.
ADMOM A BRICTOL. I.IKS.
Passenger going north, depart* 11:.*) a. a.
Paceeotter from uorth arrive*, S .45 p. b.
11. K. WOOu. Local Agent.
THE CITY.
LOCAL BUKVlTiet*.
Ttie city has added a new hoee cart
an 3 300 feet of Dew boee to its fire de
partment apparatus.
Weather report: Snow and colder to
night and Saturday
*BhiftiDg
this, after­
noon to high northwe61 winds inland
storm.
Mrs. lililie of Flandreau, who has
been visiting in the home of H. H. Gul
stine for a tew days, returned home to
day.
Dr. J. 8. Johnson took his departure
to day for Ann Arbor, Mich., his future
field of work, Bpendiug ^unday on the
way with his brother in southern Wis
consin.
C. B. Kennedy retutned from Sioux
City. Other arrivals on the evening
traiu were Fred Goodrioh formerly of the
Lake Park, A. E. Aldrich and P. N.
Lane. Miss J. M. Pr ne went west.
Frank Flitcroft returned on the train
from the uorth this afternoon and re
ports the storm raging at Huron and
the east going passenger on the North
western abandoned,
Evangelistio services oommenoe next
week at the Presbyterian ohurch. The
pastor will be assisted by Revs. W. J.
w
k
IIill and E. I, Daviee the Welsh singer.
rof. Tattle with a large chorus ohoir
and Mr. Ireland with hia ooruet will
lead the masic.
Yankton Press, 4: James A. Hand, of
the Naval Academy at Annapolis writes
to a friend in this city that in a recent
contest among the cadets he was the
winner of the bronze medal for marks
ship. This goes to show" that the train
lag acquired by South Dakota boys in
shoot ng prairie ohickens and jaok rab
bits comes in good play when they, are
called on to oonteet with export marks
men.
Madison people haye a season of fun
store for them. The Presbyterian
folks are going to have a "mock trial" in
the near future. A prominent citizen is
to be tried for ''high crimes aud misde
meanors," the ablest talent ou both
sides, a big array of witnesses, real
judge and oourt officers. It will
not be realistic but ezcruoiatingly
funny. Arrangements are progressing
finely and will be announced in due
timo.
At the regular meeting of the Juven
ile Temple yesterday afternoon the fol
lowing officers were elected for the e n
suing quarter: Stratton Wolff, P. C. T.
1
lay mood McClenon, C. T. Maud Mar
quart, V. T. Hugh Clark, F. C. Edna
Vanderhoof, T. Elmer Smith, M. Ada
Thompson, D. M. Elma Sheridan, 8.
Winnie Mead, A. 8. Lida LaBrec, G.
Olyde Walker, S. Rowland Fawkee, C.
A very interesting literary and musical
program was also given. Parents are
invited to visit the Temple
A large number of sympathising
friends snd neighbors of the family of
the late Mrs. Catherine Staley attended
the funeral at the Baptist church this
afternoon, ltev. W. A. Taylor preaching
a brief but very appropriate sermon
from the text, Psa. 116 15, "Precious in
the sight of the Lord is the death of his
eaints," which was in part a high trib
ute to the spiritual character of the
deoeased. The floral mementos were
beautiful and expressive, and the oco&s
i^n beOttingly solemn.
Sioux Falls Press, 4: Aooording to
weather Prophet Hicks we should now
be entering upon a storm period of rain
eleet and snow followed by a severe oold
wave. This sort of weaVher is to prevail
until the 14th. Blizzards are to be pre
valent in the northwest during the
month. A warmer period is to visit us
about the 17th when the moon will have
epent its first quarter getting full. The
meteorological menu gives another
choice assortment of blizzards of the
16th, 17th, 21st, and 22d. The month is
to close "in the midst of a regular storm
period." Take it altogether we should
be thankful that February has but
twenty-eight days. Hicks further pro
phesies that our deepest snows and worst
weather will oome as late as the middle
of March and that we will be able to en
joy good skating up to April 20th, with
few "early tornadoes" in that month for
opioe. While May "will be more propi
tious for all outdoor employment," froets
and dangerous storms may be expected
in that month. If we are to accept theee
prophecies literally we should take out
more life insurance, get as muoh more
ooal on hand as possible without paying
for it, and plan to pint ft Mw crop of} Cleveland, Q.
a I -fci
cyclone cellars as soon as the ground will
nllow. It may be incidentally men
tioned that the ground hog who was out
Tuesday takes no stock in Uicks and his
observation*.
The eity oouncil met in regular session
last night the Mayor and all aldermen
being present. Minutes of previous
meeting were read and approved and the
election of Tbos. Tieruey as tire ohief
confirmed. The bond of J. A. MoGovern
as chief of pollece was approved. Two
lamps were ordered for the city hall. The
matter of the F. L. Mease motor using
more water than is paid for was referred
to the waterworks committee with power
to act. Tbe street oommittee was in
structed to request J. Leslie Thompson,
receiver, to remove all wires and polee of
the late Electric Light Co., found to be
unsafe and if not done so within ten
days, tbe oommittee was instructed to
take down all said unsafe wireeand poles.
The treasurer's report which was accept
ed, shows tbe following balances in
funds: Htreets, $52.95 lights and fdel,
$200.98 interest $73.27 (over-paid) sal
ary, $65.95 sinking, $807.29 waterworks,
$491.36./ A proposition was made to the
councilj to constitute the street com
missioner a day police also on a salary of
$35.00 per month, to oover service in
both offioee, but was not well received.
The object of tbe move is to put the
chief of poliece on all night eervioe and
the day police all day. The fees paid
for special day police and street com
missioner's per diem tbe past year
amount to $35 a year more than if a man
bad been engaged all tbe lime at $35 per
month to do the work of both poeitions
and attend to them all the time.
SENATORIAL CONTEST.
Bptcial il^tteh to The Daily Leader.
PIKRBK, Feb. 5.—On joint ballot in
the legislature to-day the vote on United
States senator resulted as follows:
Piokler 51, Kyle 31, Plowman 10, Goody
koontz 21, scattering 7. HAKT.
Ohioora, Pt., "HeraldRtohard Ven
sel reports One Minute Oough Cure the
greatest success of medical science. He
told us that it cured his whole family of
terrible coughs and colds, after all other
so sailed cures had failed entirely. Mr.
Vensel said it assisted his children
through a very bad siege of tneasels. One
Minute Cough Cure makee expectora
tion very easy and rapid.
FBAITK SMITH.
A torpid liver means a bad complexion,
bad breath, indigestion and frequent
headaches. To avoid sueh oompanions
take DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the
famous little pilla.
FrtAXK SMITH
1
New York apples, Bold wins and Green
ings, for a limited time at $1.65 per
barrel. D. MCKIHNON.
WANTED—SALESWF.N.—To sella
very complete line of lubrioating oils,
greases and specialties. Liberal terms
-. -,to good men. Jewel Retain# Co-
A rA
1 ITS ALL HERE AND GOOD JUDGES
PRONOUNCE IT A DAISY.
We are talking to you now about our
new stock of Wall Paper-'which was
bought very close-selected with good
judgment as to quality--and in good
taste as regards style and appearance
and as for variety and completeness its
the very best-affording a wide range for
satisfactory selection of the very best
goods to be found in the market-We be
lieve you will agree with us that every
pattern of Wall Paper we show has got
the value in it-and is worth every cent
of the price asked-Its a line of Wall Pa
pers that will improve on close inspec
tion and will stand by you like a brother
and you will find we have the price on
every piece just as low as it can be made
for an honest article-We would be
pleased to show you our line and recom
mend that you make your selections now
while every combination is complete.
FRANK SHITH.
EXCHANGE VIEWS
Prominent Canadians Leave For
Washington to Talk Mat
ters Over,
And, If Possible, Beach a Better
Understand ins: as to Various
Subjects*
The Canadian Case Never Fairly
Laid Before the United
States.
OTTAWA, Onfc., Feb. 5.—Sir Richard
Cartwright aud H. L. Davies, minister
of marine and fisheries, have gone to
Washington, where they are to meet
leading political men to discuss the
tariff, alien labor law and other mat*
ters, which for a long time haye been
the subject of friction between Canada
and the United States. Conservative
newspapers denounce the mission,
ridiculing the idea of the representa
tives of the Canadian gorernment even
getting a hearing at Washington, Mr.
Laurieraud his ministers have always
contended that Canada's case has never
been laid fairly before the United
States, and there has never been repre
sentations made of what concessions
Canada would make if the United
States would meet her half way. Both
the Canadian and United States gov
ernments, they say, are starting on a
new era. Both are new from the peo
ple, and as a member of the cabinet
here said "It is well, if possible, that
we should know each other's views, as
affecting our mutual interest in start*
ing out, if a friendly chat will secure
it. It is to that end the present infor
mal visit to Washington by the Qwufc*
dlan ministers is made."
FRENCH OFFICIALS COOL.
Woleott HAMIVM Llttl* XaMnra(*iB«Bl
Frenchmen Wall oa London And Derlla.
PARIS, Feb. 6.—Senator Wolcott of
Colorado, who is now visiting Europe
in the interest of bimetallism, has had
an interview with Premier Meline.
The correspondent of the Associated
Press learns on authority that the in
terviews which he has so far had have
been without the result hoped for by
the senator. The interview with Pres
ident Fauro on Sunday was short and
formal, and afforded no encouragement
to look for a tangible result.
M. Loubet, president of the senate,
in his interview with Senator Wolcott,1
is understood to have expressed him
self enthusiastically on the subject of
bimetallism, but on the other hand.
Premier Meline was very guarded in
his expressions. He is reported to have
said that however favorable Frauoe
might be to the object sought, nothing
could be done unless the consent of
England and Germany was previously
obtained.
In official quarters, littleoonfidenoeia.
felt in the ultimate
success
of
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BRIEF BITS OF SEW&
Four men were burned to death in a
train wreck in South Dakota.
The Bank of England has reduced its
rate of discount from 8)^ to 3 per cent.
Tbe woman's parliamentary fran
chise bill passed the second reading in
the British house of commons.
President and Mrs. Cleveland hare
begun to pack their personal effects pre
paratory to vacating the White House.
John C. Kilgallou, secretary of the
Amalgamated Association of Iron and
Steel Workers, died at Pittsburg of
consumption.
Seeley Wakeley's house in Grove
town, Mich., burned and his two chil
dren, aged and 4 years, burned to
death. The mother was visiting rela
tives nearby.
Dlaplae*d the Nle iraga* BUI.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 5. —The senate by
85 to 13 adopted a motion to take up
the conference report on the immigra
tion bill. It is claimed this displaces
the Nicaragua canal bill, which had
occupied the right of way. At the re
quest of several senators, Mr. Lodge
agreed to allow the immigration bill to
be recommitted for modification in the
age and illiteracy provisions and moved
that the senate disagree to the confer
ence report.
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Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe
ver Sores, Tetter, (/happed Hands, Chil
blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions,
and positively cures Piles, or no pay re
quired. It is guaranteed tc give perfect
satisfaction or monoy refunded. Price
ten cents per box. For sale by C. H.
Wood.
Miputes seem like hours when a life in
at stake. Croup gives no time to send
for a doctor, delay may mean death. One
Minute Cough Cure gives instant relief
and insures recovery. The oniy harm
less remedy thai produoes immediate
result.
FRANK SMITH.
All the different forms of skin troubles
from chapped hands to eczema and in
dolent ulcers can be readily cured by
DeWitt's Witoh Hazel Salve, the great
pile cure.
FHANK SMITH.
Awarded
Highest Honors—World's Fair.
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If so, go to the
ELEVATOR CO.
Hard S Soil Coal.
An excellent grade of Lehigh Val­
ley coal. Bottom prices.
Free delivery to any
part of the city.
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The fact that these ols are stamped with the celebrated trade
mark HOLHES EDWARDS is n guaranty us to style and quality.
In addition to this we bnve a beautiful line of
STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES
a Souveuier Spoon with cut of STATE NORMAL SCHOOL building
engraved iu the bowl. Come early if you wish to secure one as we
could get but u limited number of them. Remember we engrave all
goods FREE and meet all competition as to price aud quality.
We make tbe careful compounding of prescriptions a specialty.
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THE PALACE DRUG STORE.
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Keeps constantly on han i a al.
line of
Fresh and! Cured Meats,
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DEALER IN
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