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THE DAILY LEADER
MADISON. SOUTH DAKOTA.
TUESDAY'. MAY 4. 1887.
Uetl Tlae a*le.
Chicago, Milwaukee A St. ml f*ilway, Wblrb
to ik effect, Monday, HepMi, 18W:
TI1AIN* aOINS BAST.
PtMenger, No. 4, depart* 11 :00 a. m.
Freight, No.96,
DEPART* A. HI.
Freight, No. 74, departs 7 p. m.
TRAIN* UOINO «MT,
Way Ireigbt, No. 97, departs 4:15 p. m.
THAINB PKOIU Til K |A«1.
Passenger, No. 1, arrive* 4 *»»0 p. m.
Kreiifht. No. U6, arrive* .(* p. M.
Fraigtit No. 73, arrive* 4:15 a. m.
TRAIN* TROM THI W«*T.
Freight, No. 98, arrives 10:40 a. to.
All the above train* carry pa*cenrer*: *nt
ftVighit only when pa**enK«r* are provided with
tfeketn.
rassencer traia* gome east make connection
At Bfcan for all point* south.
MADl*ON A BHIfTOL LIDS.
Passenger GOINTR north, depart* 11:40 a. •.
Passenger from north arrives, 2:45 p. B.
II. K. WOOii. Local \nnl
fTT
Yo will
certainly
miss it if you
buy your
LADIES &
SHOES
before you
inspect our
elegant line.
THE F/U*.j
THE CITY.
LOCAL KitKVITll-:*
Geo. R. Farmer went to Dell Kapids.
Regular meeting Madison Chapter, O.
E. 8., this evening.
Father Flynn was an ea&tgoing pass
eager on the morning train.
|The funeral of John Moran took place
froai the Catholic church this forenoon.
Elmer Stevenson returned from his
Minnesota visit, on tbe train from the
north.
See change in Cook
A
Odee's adver­
tisement, and the new advertisement of
8. Ii. Montague & Co.
Train Dispatcher H. R. Wood and
family departed by tbe morning passen
ger for LaCrosse, their future home.
Weather report: Fair to night with
oooler northwest portion. Wednesday
partly cloudy and cooler.
Cbas. Junes took his departure for
Fulda, Minn. Mrs. Jones and the chil
dren will follow to-morrow nu rning.
Mrs. Anastasia Ryan, widow of Wm.
Syan, formerly of Badus, proved up on
her deceased husband's homestead en
try, before Clerk Preston to-day.
The flremens' meeting last evening
did not materialize as largely as de
sired and the business was postponed
until a meeting next Monday evening.
Messrs. Lannon and Cook, during
the*r .recent visit to Sioux City, made
arrangements for brick for their new
block, but tbe time of delivery will not
b* known for a couple of weeks yet.
Miss Agnes btewart has closed her
clerkship in the Fair store and will take
a rest for a year, going east for a visit,
and also to California. Her place will
be tilled by Miss Margaret Callinan, who
commenced clerking this afternoon.
Money went cheap last evening at tbe
directors' meeting of the bu.lding and
lean association, about $1,200 going from
90 cents to $
1 premium. Orders were
also given to paint and repair oertain
building belonging to tbe association.
The change of the depot force under
tbe new dispatcher, Frank J. Holmes,
was completed to-day by the removal of
ieo. Waters and J. Leslie Thompson,
Jr. Fred Campbell is retained as as
sistant dispatcher, O. H. Berg «of La
Croflee becomes olerk, and Fred Weeks
of Preston, Minn., is transfer man.
The line force of the Western Union,
which begun work in this vicinity yes
terday, are engaged in putting up a new
line from Sioux Falls to Aber
deen via Egan, Madison and
Bristol. Heretofore the Western
Union has been doing its business over
tbe railroad company's line but hereaf
ter will have its own wire.
Dr. Hull of Weutworth was much ex
ercised shortly after alighting from his
buggy in town to-day to tind that he
was minus his watch. He thinks that in
alighting from the buggy the obain
caught somewhere and jerked the
watch out of bis pocket, but going back
be failed to find it. As two strangers
rode into town with him and immediate
ly made themselves soaroe, Dr. Hull
y
begun to have misgivings and has been
very anxious to see the strangers again.
The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs.
Cleveland to-morrow afternoon at 3
o'clock. Papers by Mrs. (Jirton and
Miss Hutchison, the latter read by Mrs.
Uall. Solo, Mrs. Rowland. All women
invited. The treasurer, Mrs. D. M.
Jenks, requests the members to hand
ttieir dues to her as 6oon as convenient,
as it is now time to pay the state and
the district dues.
Andrew Ramsey, living about ten
miles northeast of this city received a
severe shock last evening on returning
from the Held. His wife whom lie left at
noon apparently sound and well, ready to
begin witewashing, was lying dead on
tbe floor, with the two little children
playing about. We have been unable
before going to press to learn further
particulars.
Order your Ice from the Old Reliable
Madison Ice company. Pure Spring
Water Ice. We can give you the best
of attention and satisfaction, prices as
low as tbe lowest, leave orders with J. R.
GEORGE,or Telephone No. 7.
House for
postoftiee.
FRANK
rent, three blocks from
A. G. SCHMIDT.
Girl wanted, to do general house
work. Apply to Mrs. Dr. J. M. Duff.
Croup and whooping cough are child
hood's terrors: but like pneumonia,
broochitas, and other throat and lung
troubles, cao be quickly cured by using
One Minute Cough Cure.
FRANK SMITH.
TALKED AFFILIATION.
fapwwn tat I ?h of Brothaihood la
er»t Meeting at Tranton.
TREWTON, N. J., May 4.—Represen­
tatives of the Brotherhood of Locomo
tive Engineers, Brotherhood of Loco
motive Firemen and the Brotherhood
of Locomotive Trainmen held a public
meeting at Taylor opera house. Ad
dresses were made by Mayor Sickel, ex
Congressman Buchanan, Grand Chief
Arthur, of the engineers, Grand Mas
ter Sargent, of the firemen, and Second
Vice Grand Master Dodge, of the
trainmen. The addresses wera devot
ed mainly to the benefits of organiza
tion. In the morning a secret session
was held, but the men who took part
in it were disinclined to impart any in
formation. It is understood, however,
tbat the chief subject considered was
the establishment of a central associa
tion, so that in any matter affecting
either of the organizations the three
wAd act as on«
It should be made a matter of public
knowledge that DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve will speedily cure piles of the long
est standing. It is tbe household favor
ite for burns, scalds, outs, bruises and
sores of all kinds.
FRANK SMITH
n:
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.
T-
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Messrs. Frank Baglejr and J. George
John»on, commiBsioness of Miner coun
ty, are in the city to-day looking up the
specitications and cost of our irou bridge
at the inlet to Lake Herman, and viewed
tbe structure this afternoon. Miner
county contemplates putting up two
iron bridges and the commissioners de
sired to act from personal knowledge of
their own.
-W
DOE DISMISSED
The Assistant Secretary of War
Was Let Out by Secretary
Laniont,
According to a Washington Spe
cial to the New York
Tribnne.
Also Compelled to Make Restitu
tion for Property Misap
propriated.
NEW YORK, May 4.—A Washington
special to The Tribune says that As
sistant Secretary of War Joseph B.
Doe of Janesville, Wis., was practically
dismissed by Secretary Lamont. The
Tribune says There was considerable
comment concerning the unusual act
of President McKinley in accepting
Doe's resignation before the election of
his successor. Doe's resignation was
accepted at once, and his desk was va
cant until Mr. Moiklejohn of Nebraska
was appointed. This was due to a hint
from Colonel Lamont, who had prac
tically made a vacancy in the office
several luuiiths before. As early as he
was able to find the time, Secretary
Alger began an investigation of the of
fioial conduct of Mr. Doe, but soon dis
covered that Secretary Lamont had an
ticipated him, and the only result of
his inquiries was the dismissal of Rich
ard J. Whitton, also from Janesville,
who was brought to Washington by
Doe, and served as his private secre
tary for two years or morn.
CHM of tli* Action of Lamont.
About a year ago Assistant Secre
tary Doe began to issue orders to the
division of supplies and other branches
of the department that caused consid
erable gossip among the clerks, and to
make requisitions for articles for his
personal use, which had not before
been purchased from the public fund.
He continued to
Ndo
11 11111 11
so during the fre­
quent absences of Secretary Lamont,
until after the election in November,
when that sort of business became so
active as to attract general attention,
and within a few weeks the gossip
reached the ears of the head of the
department. Secretary Lamont at
once made an investigation. He
called before him the clerks in the sup
ply division, the storekeeper and other
officials of the department and secured
statements from them which caused
him to require Doe and Whitten to
make restitution to the amount of
nearly $1,000 in cash, and to surrender
to the department a considerable
amount of property, which, in Mr.
Lamont's opinion, belonged to the gov
ernment.
COALING, STATION IN SAMAMA BAY
Oa« of Gonoral Grant's Projects May Tory
Soon Bo Roallsod.
NEW YORK, May 4.—A special to
The Herald from Washington says:
General Grant's project for the es
tablishment of a naval coaling station
in Sam an* bajuSanto Doming^
SniTH.
yet be realized. According to Mr.
Henry M. Smythe, minister to Hayti,
and charge d'affaires to Santo Domingo
under the Cleveland administration,
the Dominican government is ready to
cede such a station to the United States
without asking for the payment of a
dollar.
Under draft of a treaty, he obtained
the concession of a coaling depot for
the use of the American navy during
the continuance of the treaty on the
sol6 condition that "coaling facilities
be allowed the Dominican navy in
American ports. The coaling station
or depot was to be located at any point
in the bay of Saniana, or in either of
two fine harbors east of Santo Domingo
*V« (Caribbean sea.
Plumbers oa a Strike.
CHICAGO, May 4.—About 1,200 plumb
ers have struck and work on nearly
every building in course of construc
tion has stopped. The main point of
difference is over the employment oi'
helpers. During the day a dozen
master plumbers, representing about
100 workmen, signed the agreement.
If an attempt is made to hire non
union men, a general strike of all
unions affiliated with the building
trades union mav result.
Bark I in a Arnlrt Nnlvr.
The Best Salve in the world for C»ts,
Bruises, Soree, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe
ver Sores, letter, Chapped Hands, Chil
blains, CornB, and all Skin Eruptions,
and positively cures Piles, or no pay re
quired. It is guaranteed te give perfect
satisfaction or money refunded. Prine
2"» cents per box. For sale by C.
Wood.
Unconditional surrender, is tbe only
terms those famous little pills known HS
DeWitt's Little Early Risers will make
with constipation, sick headache and
stomach troubles.
FRANK SMITH.
To Curf a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the money if it fails
to cure. 25 cents.
Cascarets stimulate liver, kidneys and
bowels. Never sicken, weakeu or gripe.
10c.
When a cold is contracted, cure it at
once. One Minute Cough Cure will set
you on the road to recovery in a minute.
It will cure pneumonia, tronohitae,
croup and all forms of throat and lung
troubles.
FRANK SMITH.
Awarded
Highest Honors—World's Pair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
DR
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