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THE DAILY LEADER
MADISON. SOUTH DAKOTA. MONDAY, MAY 24. 1897. LM»I Tine aula. Ohteftgo, Milwaukee A Si. 4*ftnl F%Uw»f, wblrfc took «tfeci, Sunday, Sept ti, 18W: THAIH* OOIHS «ABT. Puieaxer, No. 4. departs 11 :i0 *. M. Freight, No. 9f, aepa.ru fi:45 a. m. Prelk(hl, No. 74, departs 7:30 p. m. TRAIMA «OIH» W»iT. Wlj freight, No. tf7, departe 4:15 p. m. TRAINS mom TH* BA«T. Passenger, No. 1, arrive* 4-U) p. «, Freight, No. 94, arrive* vi.iK) p. m. Freight No. 73, arrives 4:15 a. m. TRAINS FRO* TBI W1«T. Freight, No. ¥8, arrives Hi :4i a. m. All the above trains carry paascatvrfi ktf .'reighu only when paaaengera are provided with tickets. PasMD(*r trains (oini east make eonnectloa it Xg&n for all points south. MADISOV A BRISTOL LINB. Passenger going north, departs 11:30 a.m. Passenger from north arrives, 2:45 p. m. F.J. HOLMES. Local Agent. THE Fill. THE CITY. LOCAL. HKKVITItttt. Wheat 58 cents 11HX 57. Geo. Ackley departed for Parker, 8. D. Weather report: Fair and warmer to night and Tuesday. A special meeting of th* Blue Lodge is called for this evening. The oontract for painting the city hall lias been let to Martin Olson for $11G. A boy, aud a bright one, arrived at the home of City Auditor Kae, this morning. Mrs. Alex. McKay, sister of Win. To tin, whom she has been visiting, re turned houie to Deoorah, Iowa. Oussie Vernon of the Lake Herman sort had the misfortune to break her leg Saturday while bicycle riding. Mrs. John Moran who has been visit tug her brother in law, 14. Moran of this city, returned to her borne in Brooklyn, N. Y. Chas. Packard's team took a rapid *ircle around Syndicate block with only the whiftietrees at their heels, this after tioon. No damage done. The frost this 24th day of May was severe enough to nip down the young potatoes, corn, beans and tender plaote, event wilting the leaveeof the trees. Mrs. H. 13. Williamson and Mrs. A. M. McCallister were departures for Sioux Falls to attend the grand lodge meeting of the O. E. S. The ladies' aid society of the Baptist church will hold a dime social at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Logan next Friday evening. Arrangemente hare been definitely made by the Ringling Bros, with the Milwaukee railway company to bring their circus from Elrod, on the Bridtol line, to this city, June 25. The fourteenth annual state encamp ment of the O. A. R. will be held this at Uedtield, June 8,9 and 10th. Grand Commander Clttrkson is expected to be present. Railroad rates have been re duced to half fare for the round trip and hotel rates oan be obtained at from 75 cents to $1.50. The veterans will camp in the field. Architect Schwarz while here since Saturday drew specifications and sub mitted for bids certain improvements to b» made by the Sioux Falls Brewing Co., on their building corner Egan avenue and Main street. The building will be lowered 18 inches, new foundation and new floors put in, the ceiling raised, an entire new front two stories of neat de sign with plate glass windows 68 by 102 inches in lower story, the rear addition taken away end the whole building new clapboarded and painted. The interior will also be fitted up with elegant and convenient fixtures, a cellar and water works put in. The Sioux Falls papers advertise ex cursion tickets from that city to Madi eon each week, Friday and and Satur days for the very low rate of $1.50 for the round trip children $1.00. Tickets good to return any time on or before the following Monday. They advertise excursion tickets to most southwestern, eouthern and southeastern points at one fare plus $2 for the round trip with stop over privilege of 15 days on going trip, tiakets good for 21 days. They also W W W W advertise a rate of from that city to San Francisco to the Christian Endeavor National convention, tickets sold June 30 to July 3, and s »ld for re turn at the other end for the same price, July 9 to 12. This is remarkably cheap. The reception given to Grand Master Marquart by his brother Odd Fellows and sisters of the Kebekah lodge at Odd Fellow's hall Saturday evening proved to be a most cordial and spontaneous mark of good feeling. The attendance was all that the hall would accommodate aud the impromptu program of speeches, music, singing, etc., was appreciative throughout. l"he chief speakers were Metre. Clough, Soper, Van Slyke and Prof. Girton, while many others compli mented the honored guest of the evening for the high distinction conferred upon him and through him upon the Madison lodge. The affair wound up with a season of social amenities and theservioe of strawberries and cake. The meeting of prominent Germans at the court house, Saturday, in tbe in terests of immigration, appointed a com mittee consisting of Rev. Mr. Fischer, Henry Rhorer and Chas, Glatz, to draft a constitution and by-laws for the organ ization and to report the same to a meeting to be held in two weeks Satur day June 5, at 2 p. m. in the court house. Adolph Schmidt was appointed a com mittee to see that the meeting was properly advertised and the attendance of as many Germans of the county as possible secured, The prospect is good for a useful organization being formed. The business men of Sioux Fal's have adopted a similar plan and are issuing at their own expense a series of "boom" articles on the advantages of South Dakota in aThe Nachrichten." James Crannev had another thrilling experience with his team this morning. While on Egan avenue in front of B. McDonald's residence one of his horsee began to rear and plunge heavily and finally on settling to the ground the team swung around suddenly and made a dash over the sidewalk on the east which at this point is about 18 inches above the level of the street. In plung* ing over this the dray threw Mr. Cran ney high into tbe air, ooming down with muoh violenoe. The team went at full speed over the hill past the old artesian well and down through the ditch where it stumbled and as it struck tbe op posite bank, breaking off the tongue and tbe dray landed on top of one of the horses. Here they were caught and straightened out without further dam age. It was a close call for serious re sults all round. ••kerjr Uotds. O. E. Matheney having assumed the management of the Jenks & Cross bakery, C. A. Kelley, the grooer. wiH begin handling bakery goods of Mr. Ma theney's manufacrure, Monday, May 24. This will prove a great convenience for our citizens, and they may depend upon excellent service and tirat-olafs, fresh bakery goods. Telephone 18. C. A. KKL&EY. When you want some of L. A. Steven's Black River, WU., Ice ca telephone No. 9 and he will aupply yon promptly. WHY NOT TAKE YOUR PICK from the largest and most varied stock of Wall Paper in the state-others are doing it-besides it costs you no more to have the advantage of selecting trom the leading stock-We can give you this ad vantage-an advantage we believe you will appreciate at a glance—We are showing by far the best selected and most complete line of Wall Paper in the market-See it and be satisfied-You are bound to find what you want-another very important thing for you to know is that we give you quality as well as quan tity-and show in all grades goods of the highest value and general excellence and lastly-be it remembered-that in price we please you with the very best figures possible to make on honest goods FRANK SniTH. I' w —^—w w THE CONTRACT LET For Building the Fitzgerald-Smith Block —A. F. Glover of Madison and J. H. Wisner of Mason Oity, Iowa, the 8aoces8ful Bidders. The opening of the bids for building the new block for Frank Smith and J. J. Fitzgerald, Saturday evening, created no little interest, and quite a delegation of interested bidders and onlookers were present in Mr. Smith's drug store at the appointed time of opening. Architect Schwartz of Sioux Falls, who drew the plans, was present, and superintended the opening of the bids, which, comple ted, were as follows: A. F. Glover of Madison and J. H. Wisner of Mason City, Iowa... .$ 9,347 T. N. Ross, Sioux Falls 10,024 E. Miller, Lemars, Iowa 10,970 A. Helseth, Sioux City 10,387 R. F. Parker, Sioux City 9,6% Geo. W. Brown, Minneapolis 9,997 H. A. Leek & Co., Minneapolis... 10,990 McK. & Howard, Sioux Falls.... 9,995 Jordan Bros., Sioux City 12,297 Chas. Glatz, Madison, and Joseph Hutchinson, bioux City 10,283 The contract was awarded to Messrs. Glover and Wisner. Besides these, Con tractors Miller, Hutchinson and Glatz were present^ but there wa9 no "kick" anywhere over the outcome. Architect Scbwarz's plans and speci fications were conoeded to have been drawn with the greatest precision of de tail and design, and there was no oppor tunity for misunderstanding or evasion in what was required. In addition to the contract price tbe projectors furnish the brick and half the stone, so lhat the block when completed will cost about $12,000. It is a magnifioently desigued building, 50 by 90 feet, three stories and basement, of stone and briok, finished in the interior with southern pine, natural color. The plate glass fronts of the stores are peculiarly attractive and neat, and the facings of stone between stones and the ornnte finish of the up per story for tb9 Masonic temple, gives the whole building a solid, artistic, im posing appearance. The Masonic fra ternity had to modify their plans some what to bring the cost within the scope of their means, the third story of the building as now planned to cost $3,800. Work on the structure will be com menced at onoe, the cellar having been exoavated aud the old store buildings ready to be hauleJ outjinto the street on a day's notice. Two carloads of tbe 300,000 brick necessary for the blook ar rived yesterday and are being hauled to the site. The oon tract for hauling has been let to A. M. Gregor. Madison will have reason to be proud of this improvement and ite projectors have the hearty enoouragement at our citizens in their big enterprise. W. B. Johnson, Newark, O., says, "One Minute Cough Cure saved* my only child from dying by croup." It has saved thousands of others suffering from croup, pneumonia, bronchitis and other serious Fkurx SMITH Market For KKRTM old settler and formerly janitor in the Bickel Ittink, blew out his brains. He had on deposit in the bank sad was despondent because of its loss. Father Knrlpp Not D«al. WoKKiscHOKKEN, Bavaria, May 24.— There is no truth in the report which originated in a dispatch from Paris to 1'lie Daily Chronicle of London, saying that Father Kneipp, famous through out the world for his water cure, is dead. Father Kneipp is still alive and some what better. FropoHalN for Building Notice is hereby giveu that bids for building a double front brick block, two stories high, in the city of Madison, S. D., will be received until p. ni., Thurs day, May 27,1897. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. Plans and speoitications may be seen at the places of business of the undersigned in Madi son, S. D., and at the office of the archi tect, W. L. Dow, in Sioux Falls, S. IX T. LANKNOX. GEO. COQK. Huekllu Arnica Waive. The Best 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. Prioe 25 cents per box. For sale by C. Wood. Don't thin your blood with sassafras or poision it with blue-mass but aid nature by usintr DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the famous pills for constipation, biliousness and stomach or liver troubles They are purely vegetable. FRANK SMITH. Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the finest liver andbowel regulator ever made. Some for ten, some for twenty and some for thirty years have suffered from piles and then have been quickly and permanently cured by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, tbe great remedy for piles and all forms of skin diseases. FKANK SMITH. Awarded Highest Honors—World's Pair* Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. DH 'w CREAM BAKING POWDER A Pare Qraps Cma ef Tartar Powder. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Wall Papr Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. i In nl». WASHINGTON, May 24.—An uggfumiue has resulted in Cuba from the war, and United States Consul Wyatt at Santiago suggests that there is an excellent mar ket there for American eggs. The eggs sell in Cuba for about 40 ccnts a dozen. The duties amount to about 10 cents a dozen. Hod Mon«ty In I tank. ST. PAUL, May 21.—James Nolan, an stock PENSIONS! PENSIONS! ill'give faithful attention to all PENSION, BOUNTY, Our immense stock of Wall Paper is rapidly disappearing but, however, we can vet supply all demands.- Anything yon wish for at the remarkable prices ranging from 10 Cenis to $1,00 Per Every room in your house should look clean and neat when you can purchase paper at these low figure*. Our stock is tin questionably the latest in style and designs. An Elegant Line JEWELRY*#^ Don't Read This you have finished cleaning and redecorating your house. IF Y(U HAVEN'T possibly it will interest you to know that we have furnished more fancy WALL PAPER and decorations for Madison homes this season than is usually sold in any city of four times the size. Maybe this is due to HKTTER TIMES, or because we are showing a BETTER QUALITY and FINER PATTERNED paper for less money than other dealers demand and in this way have gained many new customers that formal ly purchased elsewhere. This is food for reflection. Examine our magnificent before you buy. c. H. WOOD, The Old Reliable Drug and Jewelry House. We Slill Leal in lailoing.. Have just received a tine line of Suits. Pants and Overcoats which we will dispose at HOTTOM PRICES. Suits to order from SI6 un. Panls. $4 un. Overcoats, SIS up. Pants to order in Five Hours. Drop in see that we are right. CL TTv". 7 Opposite the Postoffice. FRESH, CLEfll W HEAT. Boll, i nobby to describe. Call and look over a new stock in all lines of tin1 OftUG $ WIRY TRADE.. COOK & ODEE. 2Ticio-cls. Our stock of Groceries, Fruits and Candies. An elegant line of CROCKERY, GLASSWARE & LAMPS in latest designs. All Goods of best quality and at Cheapest Prices. Delivery Prompt. & PAY CASES entrusted to him—at Syndicate Block, Madison. S. t). THE TAILOR. TOM CAREY- sieni represents $27,602,716 in Cyclone and Tornado Insurance. Call at his office and get rates.