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YIAD180N, SOUTH DAKOTA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2.1807. Local Time anic. ?hlc*no, Mllvrtakeo A St. PMlKntlwfcjr, which Irak effect, Sand ay, Sept 6, 18U6: THAIM8 OOIMO IABT. Passenger, Mo. 4. departs 11:00 a. in. Freight, No. 96, departs 6:45 a. m. Freight, No. 74, departs 7:30 p. m. TRAINS SOINO VIST, Way freight, No. 97, departs 4:15 p. m. T1UINB FBOm TDK VAST. Passenger, No. 1, arrives 4 :00 p. m. Cretght, No. 95, arrives (H) p. m. Froight No. 73, arrives 4:15 a. m. THAINS PKOK TMB WB8T. freight, No. US, arrives 10:40 a. m. All thn above trains curry passengers bnt freights only when passengers are provided with tickets. Passenger trains going east make connection U Egan for all points south. MAOISOir & BH1STOL LINK. Passenger going north, departs 11:30 a.m. Passenger from north arrives, 2:45 p. m. f. J. HOLMES. Local Agent. THE CITY. LOCAL BRKVIMFH. Mrs. John Holston was a pjidsenger (or Fairmont, Minn. VVm Rowland returned by the early freight this morning from Qabkosh, Wis. Mrs. Kate Murray, Western J&ai6n operator, returned from Wisconsin this evening. y The marriad* «l M. Boyd andMiftfT R,inning sores, indolent ulcera and Nellie Ryan, of Badus, is anaouoe^a for similar troubles, even though of many year's standing, may be oured by using next Tuesday. Weather report: Generally fair and cooler to night and Sunday. Brisk south to northwest winds. The Lelund hotel was opened up for business to-day by Matt Rensch, having bten completely refitted. Roy. Harvey took his departure this •torning for Sioux Falls where he will fwide in the near future. 7* Mrs. Frank Fintzel and daughter, Mrs. Jake Birran returned from their Minnesota vieit on the (mill from the north. y Eurly litsere for these complaints or you MIPS Lllie Gardell, who has been vi^it- been cured. They are small log her brother, Brakenian Harry (yiP-* pills but great regulators, del), returned to her home at Hampton Iowa. A separator and about 75 bushelB of grain belonging to Wm. Lnughlin on the west side were burned during the high winds to day. The Fair has been extended tato its new quarters in the rear giving Mr. Palmer one of the roomiest and bright est stores in city. H. E. Jones returned to Minneapolis, having sold his farm six miles west of this place to W. S. Arnold. Consider ation $10 per acre. valuable show ease of X. D. Md' Qillivray's, sitting in front of ntaatore, to-day, was picked up by the wind and MUaehed to pieces. ^Ldias. Demick and wife went to Sioux Palls to visit their daughter. Mrs. Detnick will remain several weeks, Mr. Hemick returning Monday. December wheat in Chicago opened to day at 914, closing at 8014. Corn opened at 29?s, closing at the same. Wheat on the local market is 08. Flax 78. yL Dora Van Doren was a passenger for fHoux Falls whence she will return in ia about a month to teach school in the Btohard's district four miles north of (own. The ladies of tbe Baptist church Will give a New England uupper next Fnday evening in the building forme^f occu pied by C. A. Kelley, on upper Egnn avenue. Rev. J. O. Dobson, D. D., arrived from tUoux Falls and will hold the fourth quarterly conference at the M. E. church at 7:30 this evenimr, Mid preach to morrow morning. The Supper and apron auotion at the Presbyterian church parlors last night was a lively scene and tbe bidding was spirited. The young people realized $48 from their effort. Lake Preston Times, 30: Dr. J. G. Towle and family removed to Marion jilinction, Turner county, last Friday, •here the doctor has purohased the practice of a retiring physician. E. Randall, of La Crosse, an employe in C. C. A1 bee's new broom factory ar rived for duty last evening. Mr. Albee departed to-day for Minneapolis to lay in a car load of stock material for his enterprise. Yankton Prees: There was a breakup this afternoon of tbe Walnut street merry-go-round. Parties from Madison, IS» D., foreclosed a mortgage on the outfit and shipped it away. The late manage ment of the oiroular amusement resort went away owing John Molntyre $20 for the board of the employes. The case of tbe state against Wm. Kieeo for grand larceny, stealing two «0ws, was up before Justice Holdridge this afternoon and brought to a sudden «jose by defendant waiving further ex amination and giving bond in the sum at $300. Dr. Robt. E. Dott, grand regent and I E. W. Kilburn, deputy grand herald who instituted a new Castle of 43 members of the Imperial MyBtio Legion here last night returned to Sioux Falls' on tbe noon train. The lodge was christened "Stirling Castle" after the famous cit adel of that name in Sootland and tbe officers elected are as follows: Henry Neill, worthy regent Mrs. Hattie Beardsley, vice regent JameB Garry, past regent Mrs. Ina W. Davis, secre tary W. M. Beardsley, treasurer as. S. Douglass, herald Wm. Dixon, warden Chas. Angle, guard Fred Curtis, watch. Trustees, Elmer Sheri dan, Mrs. Frank Steele, Lewis Spa^n. Knights, E. C. Kietb and E. B. Davis. The next regular meeting will be one week from last evening. The order is a fraternal insurance society on an improved plan. Siberian crab apples, 40 cents a pec'c, at Shaw & Crauey's. Honey, honey. Choice canned honey, •t.C. A. Kelley's. Some good bargains in crockery and glassware, at C. A. Kelley's. Go to Archer's for your caskets. Re member Archer is a casket maker him self. Attorneys and typewriter owners can find a stock of typewriter paper, by 13, at THE DAILY LEADER office. Dewitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It soothes strengthens and heals. It iB the great pile cure. FRANK SMITH Male Help Wanted YOUSG OK MIDDI.K AGED MAN TO travel in this and nearby counties permanent position salary $50 a month and expenses good chance for advance ment. Address, SIIEIM* COMPANY, 1020 Chestnut street, Phiia., Pa. Certainly you don't want to suffer with dyspepsia, constipation, sick head nche, sallow skin and loss of appetite. You have never tried DeWitt's Little FKANK SMITH. THK 4'HI KCHKH. Ortlcr of I'xfrriNPN In the WIITerent Ho line* of Wor*litj» In tlie City To-Morrow. BAPTIST C8CHCII. Preaching at 10:40 a. m. and 7:30 p. in., by the pastor, C. M. Cline. Morning subject, "The Sovereign Christ." Eve ning subject, "The Friend of Sinners." Sunday school at 12 in., and li. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m. Everybody has a* cordial invitation to all these services. 1'Kli.SHYTKltlAN CHUHCII. Rev. A. T. Wolff, D. D., will preach at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., these being the last sermons of his pastorate. Morning subject, "The Fading Leaf." Evening service", which all members of the church are specially invited to attend, and to which students and young people are specially invited. Subject, "Na than's Interview with David." Sabbath school at noon. Boys' and Girls' meet ing at 6:30 p. luu Everybody invited to these services. M. K. CHURCH. Quarterly conference Love Feast at 9:45 a. m. At 10:30 the P. E., Dr. J. O. Dobson, will preach. After the sermon, Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be administered. Sabbath school at 12 m. Junior League at 4:30 p. m. Epworth League at 6:30 p. m., to be led by Miss Carrie Millett. Sermon by the pastor at 7:30. Subject, "False Accusations." All cordially invited. Dr. King's S«w Discovery Consumption. This is tbe best medicine in the world for all forms of Coughs and Colds and for Consumption. Every bottle is guar anteed. It will cure and not disappoint. It has no equal for Whooping Cough, Asthma, Hay fever, Pneumonia, Brou chitis, La Grippe, Cold in the Head and for Consumption. It is pleasant to take and, above all, a sure cure. It is always well to take Dr. King's New Life Pills in connection with Dr. King's New Dis covery, aB they regulate and tone the stomach and bowels. We guarantee perfect satisfaction or return money Free trial bottles at C. H. Wood's drug store. Regular Bize 50 cents and $1.01. If you have ever seen a little child in a paroxysm of whooping cough or if you have been annoyed by a constant tick ling in the throat, you can appreciate tbe value of One Minute Cough cure, which gives quiok relief. To heal the tisues to soothe FRANK SMITB Lost, on Egan avenue, sleeve holder with silver clasp. Leave at this office. The "Bioyolists Best Friend" is familiar name for DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, always ready for emergencies, While a specifiofor piles, it also instantly relieves and cures outs, bruises, salt rheum, eczema and all affections of the skio. It never fails. FRANK SMITH. Casoarets stimulate hvei, kidneys and bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. lOo. broken and diseased the irritated surfaces, to instantly relieve acd to permanently cure ie the mission of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. FRANK SMITH W. C. T. U. COLUMN. Scientific Temperance Instruction In Schools. The temperance movement n essen tially educational. It required many years of earnest work to convince people that total abstinence was conducive to the highest degree of physical and men tal energy, and that apart from the moral consequences, involved, the total abstainer is the stronger man, while the habitual use of stimulants produces physical deterioration which predisposes to other diseases. The introduction of scientific t9mper anee instruction into the public schools of the country may well be regarded as the most important educational work of the temperance movement. Within the public schools, millions of children are taught to think intelligently and rationally, and habits are there formed from which there is no e cape in after life. If the public schools of America would say with all their power that alcoholic stimulants are injurious to the health and that they lay the foundation for physical weakness, mental inferiority and moral ruin, the next generation would be 6ober, so that there would be no need of a prohibitory law. When we consider the lasting nature of impressions made on tbe minds of the! young children by the words of teachers, and also remember that into the public school come pupils from all sorts and conditions of homes, it would seem as if the teaching of scientific temperanoe in the schools would receive the earnest attention of every person interested in the overthrow of intemperance. South Dakota has a most excellent temperance instruction law, and if all of the ninety thousand children in our state, were thoroughly taught, as the law requires, the ecientifia effect of it toxicants and of narcotics upon the human system, these children would no doubt grow up to become sober and in dustrious citizens, upon whom the saloons could not depend for patronRge. While it is true that many teachers in our state are giving the temperance in struction as thoroughly and as systematically as they teach any other branch still it is natiu-al that a teacher should be intiuenjpd by the public seutimeut of the community he serves. If his constituents take no interest in the temperance movement, or if they disapprove study of temperauce in the school, intrusted to bis charge, it is probable that other subjects will nearly, if not entirely, occupy his time, so that if the temperance law is not utterly ig nored, its spirit will not be complied with. Then, too, the teacher may him self have personal objections to the teaching of this subject. He may not be in sympathy with the law, aud may tind a ready excuse for his indifference and neglect of the subject. All parents, therefore, who wish their children to receive the right temperance training in the schools, should investi gate how this subject is treated by the teachers to whom they intrust their children. No greater agency for the temperauce principles, has yet been devised than the study of scientific temperance in in schools, and to give full effect to that agency, should be the resolve wt e*ery friend of the temperance cause. A Valuable Prescription. Editor Morrison of Wortmogton, led', "Sun,'' writes: "You have a valuable prescription in Electrio Bitters, and I can cheerfully recommend it for Con stipation and Sick Headache, and as a general system tonic it has no equal." Mrs. Annie Stehle, 2625 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, was all run down, could not eat nor digest food, had a backache which never left her and felt tired and weary, but six bottles of Electric Bitter" restored her health and renewed Lie strength. Prices 50 cents and 8u» Get a bottle at C. H. Wood's drug store YOU CANNOT TELL CONFIDENCE THE STREETS OF PULLMAN. Chicago Claims Jurisdiction, and There Will Be Much Legal Trouble. CHICAGO, Oct. J.—The city of Chicago will probably take possession of the streets in the town of Pullman. Cor poration Council Thornton has decided that the public has the same right in, on and under these streets that it has with the other public thoroughfares in the city. The decision is expected to give Chicago possession of between 10 and 10 miles of improved streets in Pull man. The opinion has been sent to Com missioner of Public Works McGann. It is positive, definite and brief. It holds that an actual platting or written dedication to the public is not necessary to make the streets public property, for the reason that the Pullman company has treated them as public thorough fares for many years. A legal fight with Pullman's palace car company and the Pullman laud as sociation, both of which are interested, may ensue, as 'the company officials claim the sole jurisdiction over the streets, and *ap to the present have not had their authority questioned. Fifty Families Homeless. CHICAGO, Oct. 2.—Fire which broke DUt at Willow Springs, It! miles from Chicago, on the drainage canal de stroyed nearly half the town and made 50 families homeless. Loss about $50, 000, with but little insurance. Barkllu s Arnica Waive. The Beet Salve in the world for CiltSt Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheu.n, 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. Price 2~ cents per box. For sale by C. II Wood. No man or woman can enjoy life Of accomplish much in this world while suffering from a torpid liver. DeWitt's little Early Risers, the pills that cleaoae, that organ, quickly. by looking at the bottle or package whether your PRESCRIPTIONS HAS BEEN C08BECTLY FILLED. in the dispenser is what you must rely upon. Take your prescriptions and family receipts to SCHUTZ & CROW. CORNER DRUGSTORE. CORNER DRUG STORE. FRANK SMITI*. When bilious or costive eat a Cascaret candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, lOo, 25o Moments are useless if trifled away and they are daugerously wasted if con sumed by delay in cases where One minute Cough Cure would bring im mediare relief. FRANK SMITH. For a short time we will sell our Colored Shoes and Oxfords at 25 PER CENT discount to make room tot our liaa of Fall and Winter Goods. All these goods are first-class and up to date. Call and be convinced Our loss is your gain. T. T. X2-A-XIXj J. J. Fitzgerald, BEKEBBL P1ERCUHNDISE. IM pis anillowprintssave a world if tali. Samson was a libei al advertiser. He took two solid col umns to demonstrate liis strength and several thous and people "tumbled*' to the scheme at fact he brought down tbe house. But that don't compare with the tumble in prices of our Silverware and cut glass goods. Cast your "weather eye'1 toward our show window and see. The Old Reliable Druggist and Jeweler. Having received such an enormous lot ot STATIONERY ^^AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES We are able this year to give you prices that will place eyerything else in the shade. Please call and examine our ele gant line and be convinced. Yours for quickjsales and small profits, OBN C. H. WOOD, COOK & 0DEE. THE MODEL BAKERY. can gratify the most fastidious taste in FRESH FRUITS, CHOICEJCONFEOTIOXERY, HIGH GRADE CANDIES & CANNED GOODS of every description. We make a specialty of all these lines and also -•BAKERS GOODS.*" SHAW & CRAN N EY.. SS CO. in Call and see us.