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IHE DAILY LEADER
KADI HON. BOUTH DAKOTA.
SATURDAY, MARCH 27. 1897.
(j«*al Tint »M*.
Ctilcaijo, Mil w»nke« A St. P*ol l^ilway, wblrh
ook effect, Sond»y, Kept 6, 18VH:
THAIN ft flOIMO »*»T.
Passenger, No. 4. depart* 11.00 a. m.
Freight, No. (W, depart* fi:V a. m.
Freight, No. 74, departs 7 p. ni.
THA1M* «OIH« VERT,
Way freight. No. 97, depart* 4:15 p- m.
THA1NM FRO III TI1K «AKT.
PaMenger, No. 1, arrive* 4 p. m.
Kreiifht, No. #S, arrive* 2.tie p. m.
Freight No. 73, arrive* 4:15 a. m.
THAIN0 PROH TNI VIST.
Freight, No. IH, arrive* 10:40 a. m.
All the above train* carry pa**ea*«r« hit
freight* only when pa**eag«r* ar«
ticket*.
provided
I/OI'AI, HKKV1
with
Pa**enger tralm* going east make connection
At Eguii for all point* south.
MADISON A BHItTOL LIW«.
Passenger golni north, depart* 11:*) a.m.
Pas*emter from uorth arrive*, 2:45 p. m.
II. K WOOi., Local Agent.
T/*LI$
about your elegant
and stylish Shoes
but if they haven't
got the finest line
LADIES &
CHILDREN'S
a SHOES
Jl
in all the latest
shades and shapes
at, THE FAIK, ever
shown in this neck
o' woods then we
are willing to quit.
THE FAIR.
THE CITY.
W. W. Janes returned to Sioux City.
No assessment for April in the M. W.
A. This news the boys appreciate.
Martin Johnson and wife are spending
few days in Miner oounty with Mrs.
Johnson's parents.
Mrs. Chas. Jones went to Howard on
the evening train with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Thoe Williams.
Weather report: Probably snow at
intervals to-night and Sunday. Warcfier
•fist portion to night. Colder Sunday.
Remember the mock trial at the opera
house to-hight for the benefit of the
Presbyterian oburch. Begins promptly
at 7:30.
Chns. E. Hottstander and Pnda
Stroh were married at Grace church
this morning by the Rev. W. J. Cleve
land. The bride is a sister of Mrs. John
Stilson.
F. R. VanSlyke returned from the
west ,this morning. He reports the
James river breakup very tame at
Mitchell and the riverbed he said was
dry at Huron.
Herman J. Miller, aged 73 years, died
last night at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. R. W. Taloott of Orland township.
The deceased was bom in Ohio coming
to this county about fifteen "years ago
and was much respected. He has been
sick for some time, dying of dropsy.
The funeral will take place at 10 a. m.
to-morrow from the family residence,
Rev. J. P. Jenkins officiating.
Ou Monday next Postmaster Tobin
will give official notice that all box-keys
of his office will have to be returned
within 30 days or the 50 cents deposit
for the key will be forfeited and uo fur
ther use of the key allowed at the re
duced rate. The riew rate of deposit for
keys will be 20 cents, but this cannot be
obtained nor the former deposit of 50
cents recovered unless the key now out
U returned within 30 days.
President Beadle remarked to
THE
DVII.T LEADER to-day that some of his
Normal sohool young men were dropping
out at this time, not to leach school,
but to work upon the farm. He thinks
the chief reason for this is the higher
rate of wages that is being offered on
the farms this spring, such as are hiring
out around here getting twenty dollars
per month while in some other places he
learns twenty-five dollars per month is
being offered. This would indicate a
pressure of work thin spring or a scarci
ty of men, either or both of which would
make the increased demand, hence
higher wages.
"There is many a slip betwixt the oup
and lip," as Jerry Hurley found out to
day to.his disappointment. Last spring
the Sioux Falls Brewing company at
tached bis saloon fixtures and other ma
terial to seoure a claim of several hund
red dollars, and lately Mr. Hurley has
had a motion before the oourt to dissolve
the attachment. Judge Jooea dissolved
the attachment and to-day Mr. Hurley
got an order on the sheriff to return the
property which he delivered to that
ollicial at occe but while on the way
back from the courthouse Attorney
Murray was going up with a stay of the
order, an appeal to the supreme oourt
having been taken by the brewing com
pany. This will delay matters perhaps
six months longer.
Argns Leader, 2G: Col. Asa A. Grant
of Yankton, president of the board of
control of tlie South Dakota Firemen's
association has recently made a tour of
the state in tlie interest of the tourna
ment which will be held this coming
summer. He writes the oity editor of
the Argus Leader that the tournament
will probably be held at Madison. He
spent a couple of days at that place, and
he says the firemen and citizens in gen
eral waut the tournament. He found
exceptional interest among firemen every
where and the tire departments of a large
number of the smaller towns agreed to
attend. Aim st every department from
the south half of the state has pledged
attendance and from the encouragement
received Col. Grant believes the success
of the next tournament is assured nbove
any that has yet been held. Madison
the choice of almost every member of the
Sionx Falls department, and if the tourn
ament is held there the local depart
ment will be in evidence in large
numbers.
The school board at its regular meet
ing last evening issued a requisition up
on tli© mayor of the city to order in the
call for the charter election in April a
vote upon the proposition to issue $4,500
worth of bonds to replace the bonds
of 1881 due last year but not yet paid.
These new bonds in faci must be issued
to preserve our credit as there is nothing
else to do in the case. The board also
requests the submission to a vote of the
people the soposition to issue 85,000 of
bonds to build a new nchool houpe, the
number of children having outgrown -all
present accommodations for their school
ing. This faot is emphasized by the reso
lution of the board passed at its meet
ing last night which says, ''No additional
pupils shall be admitted to auy primary
department at the coming spring term."
We need an additional Bchool building
very much to accommodate the increas
ed and continually increasing number of
school children, and the 82-10 now paid
annually for rent of additional school
rooms would more than pay the interest
on the new bonds to build a school
house.
Baekllu.s Arnica Halve.
The Beet Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Uloers, Salt Rheum, Fe
ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil
blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions,
and positively cures Piles, or no pay re
quired. It is guaranteed te give perfect
satisfaction or money refunded. Prire
25 cents per box. For sale by C. H.
Wood.
When bilious or costive eat a Cascsret,
oandy pathartw, cure guaranteed, lOo, 20q
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jlTS ALL HERE AND GOOD JUDGES]
PBQNOTJNOE 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 SniTHJ
W. C. T. U. COLUMN.
The Madison union celebrated the
birthday of Neal Dow by a meeting in
the Baptist church last Saturday eve
ning. The tirst on the program was the
singing of America led by Mr. Tuttle
with Mrs. Rowland as organist. Mrs.
Ball read for the scripture lesson a few
verses portraying the blessedness of a
good man's life, and Mr. Taylor led in
prayer.
Supt. McClenon gave a brief sketch of
the life of Neal Dow, speaking of his
bravery as a boy, his enjoyment of ath
letic sports as a young man, his love for
reading, his temperate habits and the
purity of his life. Mr. MoClenon related
the incident that first tet Neal Dow to
effective thinking of the saloon as
unnecessary evil, end decided him to
make it his-life work to drive the saloon
from his native state.
Mrs. Mease and Mrs. Hubbell sang an
inspiring
Bong,
calling upon men and
women alike to be brave and true and
working together to drive intemperance
from the laud.
•Mr:?. Tolles read some opinions cf em
inent men ani women in regard to Neal
Dow, closing with the words of Col.
Bam: "No man living or dead holds a
higher place in the esteem of temper
ance people than Gen. Neal Dow. It is
eminently fitting that the W. C. T. U.
should lead in honoring the man whose
name is syuouymous with home protec
tion. Having given the strength of his
manhood to making the world better,
he richly deserves what he is now enjoy
ing—an evening of life unto a golden
sunset. All honor to the grand old mun
of Maine."
Mrs. Tlittle's solo, "The Day Is Done,"
was heartily appreciated.
Rev. W. A. T.ylor ppoke of "Neal
Dow as a Reformer," emphasizing the
courage, the self-sacrifice and the fideli
ty to duty that have been characteristic
of Neal Dow during all his long and no
ble life. Mr. Taylor also spoke of the
duty of all hristian voters to cast their
bctllots Hga'nht the license of the liquor
triiflic—the principle for which Xeal
Dow has 6o zealously labored. He said
that if every member of all the Method
ist, the Presbyterian and the Baptist
churches would vote in aocord with the
resolutions of these same churches, the
liquor traffic would be as effectually
outlawed all over the United States as it
is in the state of Maine, that he had him
self traveled from one end of Maine to
the other nnd never saw a saloon in that
state. He also spoke «f th* need of a
temperauoe party to enforoe a temper
ance law.
The next on the program was a paper,
"Neal Dow at Home," but the lady to
whom that part had been assigned was
not present, and the meeting closed by
the singing of "Hom», Sweet Home," by
Mrs. Mease, Mrs. Hubbell, Mr. Tolles,
Mr. Tuttle. Thi9 song was thoroughly
enjoyed as was also the other musio.
One lady speaking of how good the mu
sic all was, said, she had paid a dollar for
admission to a concert which she had
not enjoyed as much as she did the
singing that evening.
The music alone ought to have oalle
out a larger audience. The small at
tendance was a great disappointment to
those who had planned the meeting,
scarcely a dozen voters beicg present.
Among this pmall number, however,
were three men, who are in positions of
great influence, representing three dif
ferent newspapers in our city, and if
these three newspapers would all work
against license there is no doubt as to
what would be the result of the coming
election as far as the liquor question
our city is concerned.
MI
V
THli CHI HCHKM.
Order of F.xerrlwt'K In the Different
HOUMCM of Uurnliip- In the itj
Te-Morrow.
GRACE CHURCH.
Service both morning and evening.
Morning Prayer, with sermon, at
LU:3T).
Sunday school at noon. Evening Prayer,
witl sermon, at 7:30. The Rev. W. J.
Vanix of Flandreau will officiate. Sing
ing led by vested choir of children.
Everybody cordially invited.
FIRST U.U'TI-T
'HI'ROII.
The pastor, Rov. \V. A.Taylor, preach
es in the morning. Subject, "Tl e For
giveness of Sius." Evening service will
be given over to the Sunday school to
observe hapel Day" in the interests of
the American Baptist Publication soci
ety. Sunday school at noon. B. Y. P.
U. at
0:30.
The services will be inter­
est i' g. All come.
K ICSl»YTKUIAN OHUUCH.
Prenching at 10:3M a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
by the pastor, Dr. A. T. Wolff. Morn
ing fervices will be of a character which
no member of the church or congrega
tion would like to miss. Evening ser
mon to youug men and women, "Can
Two Walk Together Except They be
Agreed?" Good music. Sabbath school
at noon. Boys'and Girls'service at
3:IJ0
ui. Christian Endeavor at p. m.
M. E. CHURCH.
Class meeting at
10
vice at
10:30,
a. m. Publio ser­
with preaching by C. R.
Fisher of Kedfield. Epworth League at
0:30
will be led by Mr. Emerson Gold
man. At
7:30
p.m., gospel eong service
led by chorus choir, followed by sermon,
subject, "An Old Man's Advice." Come
everybody! The revival meetings will
continue next week, and Rev. \V. H.
Jordan, D. of Sioux Falls will preach
every evening. Come!
Many cases of "Grippe*' have lately
been cured by One Minute Cough Cure.
This preparation seems especially adapt
ed to the cure of this disease. It acts
quickly thus preventing serious compli
cations and bad effects in which this
this disease often leaves the patient.
FRANKSMITH
For Oreaa tstraianhip Tickets
Via any steamship line crossing the
Atlantic, at lowest rates for tirst cabin
second cabin and steerage, both outward
and prepaid, apply to H. R. Wood, ngent
of Chicago, Milwaukee &, St. Paul Rail
way, at Madison, 8. D.
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Order of Eqnlty An«lgni.
INDIANAPOLIS, March 27.—Tho su
preme council of the Order of Equity,
with supreme offices in this city, and
operating in lo states, has filed a" deed
of assignment for the benefit of gen
eral creditors. Its assets will not ex
ceed $85,000, while its total liabilities
to holders of certificates will reach and
Drobably exceed 172,000.
A Valuable PreIon.
Editor Morrison of Woruungton, Ind',
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Hadison, S. D.
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Agents wanted in every localitv for
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