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BI6SER THAN EVER!
Better than Ever!
Eiimiian
Hisses' & Chileren's
CUIUS am
boeal Tlae akie.
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. PaultUllwey, whleb
^|0k effect, Snnday, Sept 6, IBM:
THAIHS tout BAST.
asaenger, No. 4, depart it 11:00 a. m.
reighl, No. 06,
departs
6:45 a. m.
Freight, No. 74, departs 7: 3 p. m.
TRAINS
aome
WHIT,
Way freight, No. 97, departs 4:16 p. a.
TUIXI raom THR HIT.
Passenger, No. 1, arrives 4:00 p. m.
Freight, No. 96, arrives2 00 p. m.
Freight No. 73, arrives 4:15 a. m.
TKAtHS FROM
TBI
k 6 A,
ew!
We are here to tell you that I
we have a large, well
assorted, entirely new
stock of Ladies'
6IIPES.
We know that these goods
are New and Stylish
and we think they are
the best values in
town. An exam
ination will
convince you.
We have a larje stock of
SHOES
and the largest and complete
line of
OVERSHOES
in the county. Come In and
see our new store.
CLOAKS! CLOAKS!
THE FAIR.-
THE DAILY LEASER
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1897.
WBST.
Freight, No. 118, arrives 10:40 a. ni.
AH the above trains carry passengers but
SIgan
ights only when passengers are provided with
kets.
'assenger trains going east make connection
for all pointa south.
•AOISOH A BRISTOL LIWB.
Passenger going north, departs 11:30 a. m.
Passenger from north arrives, 2:45 p. m.
P. J. HOLMES. Local Agent.
THE CITY.
i«fj|L BBKT.l'lKH.
Local market to-day: Wheat, No. 2,
71 No. 3,65, flax 87.
Weather report: Fair and warmer to
night and Saturday. Variable winds.
Mrs. W. H. Dempster and SOD, Frank,
departed for Evansville, Wis., to visit
friends,
A Marrage license wiuf issued to B. H.
rfewoombe and Olive BySmith, both of
OarrestsoD.
Mrs. J. B. Jones and grand daughter,
Marie, were passengers for Fulda, Minn
ttp a short visit to the family of Chas,
'Ibnes.
Regular meeting of Madison Lodge,
Mo. 49, A. O. U. W., at Odd Fellows
tiall next Tuesday evening, instead of
this evening.
Brakeman ^eo. Lee feU^from Con
ductor O'Brien's train, aeroing west, at
Ghandler, Minn., last nigtvji. He arrived,
here this mornipg with a bacfiy~usejj^up
The Oatholio ohurob, sob^bl and
fearn at Howard were burned this
IteBMaik •MwwtiiiB I |o yrmuutM at
i
A V.
jour Mammoth New Stock in our New Store and see
something to everybody's, liking. Our magnificent
jlines of
DRESS GOODS,
WINTER UNDERWEAR,
BOOTS & SHOES,
and Furnishings of all kinds are bewildering, and pro
ceed up stairs and look at the
4-BC. C. C. C*
We can just suit you on any kind of a bargain.
Rav. Dr. Wolff, formerly of this place
was installed pastor of the Presbyterian
church of Sioux Falls last Wednesday
evening. The services appear to have
been very impressive and largely at
tended, besides a very pleasing public
reception was given the new pastof at
the close of the installation services.
The family of the late Charles Diel
tnann, Sr., appreciate the kiudnessof
friends and neighbors who sympathized
with them and assisted them during the
late illuess and at lhe time of the death
of their father. They also feel especially
grateful to Evergreen lodge, A. F. and
A. ft?., of which deceased was a member,
which turned out in a body and assisted
in the burial. All this was very com
forting to the bereaved and helped them
to bear np uuder their great affliction.
Supt. Daugherty is holding regular
teachers' examination to-day with a class
of the following applicants: F. L. Perry,
Mae Qregor, Isabel Wilson, Fred F.
Brinker, Florence Pitts, Fannie Pitts,
SaraSheoard, Carl I^unnemaker. Ethe
lyn Durgen, Dora VanDoren, Madison
Mary Keegan, Jennie A. Griffith, Win
fred Mrs. J. E. O'Connell, Ina Drake,
Ramon a Delia Fader, Went worth
Howard Rottloff, Bertha Chomberlain,
Oldham.
The sale of seats which opened this
morning for the ooming engagement of
the Woodward company proved to be
one of the largest sales in the history of
local theatricals, and it is safe to say
that "Standing room only will be tbie
order when at popular organization
makes its initial bow to local audi
ences on Monday night, "The Lost Para
dise," DeMilles great labor play success,
will be presented in an elaborate man
ner as the opening bill. This play is one
of great heart interest and depicts in a
faithful manner the daily struggles of
labor versus oapital. The great mill
scene in the second act when all the
ponderous machinery of a large factory
is seen, is promised to be a masterpiece
of stage craft. The sensational strike of
the mill employes adds sufficient excite
ment to what is otherwise a beautiful
love'story, to make the production an
interesting one to all. The bill will be
ohanged nightly, the productions "being
a happy departure from the stero typed
repertorie of the average popular priced
organizations. Ladies will be admitted
free on Monday evening. Kinemeto
graphe with a series of the latest ani
mated photographs will ft speoial
feature.
J, 0. Berry, one of the best known
oilizens of Spencer. Mo., testifies that
hb cured himself of the worst kind of
?twitch
iles by using a few boxes of DeWitt's
Hazel Salve. He had been
troubled with piles for over thirty years
and had used many different kinds of so
called oures but DeWitt's was the one
that did the work and he will verify this
statement if attfona wishes to write him.
•W*
J. J. FITZGERALD.
passengers on the 11 a. m. tram who in
possing saw the buildings burning.
Arrivals on the evening train: Mrs.
Dr. Palmer of Luverne, G. B. Kennedy,
Mrs. J. F. Stahl aud Rev. Father Flynn.
'J'he latter went on to Howard to see
about the borning of the Catholiochurch
and manse.
John Caldow, of Colman, was in the
city to-day disposing of cheese froui
the Oolman factory. He met with good
success here and in the towna on the line
north of this, having sold nearly a ton
of cheese.
FRANK SMITH.
There is no need of little ohildren be
jff4$rtured h? srtald head, eczema and
•kin eruptions. DeWitt's Witoh Hazel
Salve gives instant relief and oures
permanently.
JFRAMK SUITS'
/i,
The Public to view
CITY COUNCIL.
Reports of Officers—Building Permit
Bills Allowed—Electric Ligkfia,
The city counoil met in special session
last evening, all members beidg present
except Alderman Rippe.
Reports of the police and city justices
were received and bills accompanying
same allowed.
The treasurer's monthly report was
placed on tile, showing balances in funds
as follows:
Street, 8G9.92 light and fuel, $123.70
interest, @245.43 contingent, $137.22
salary, $41.44 sinking, $1,000.49 water
works, $59.31.
A permit was granted N. Bjornstad to
erect a frame build-ng 24 by 24 feet, cov
ered with corrugated iron to comply with
ordinance providing tire limit.
W. R. Smythe, city engineer, present*
ed his resignation which was, on motion,
accepted.
The usual bills of incidental city ex
pense were allowed and ordered paid.
The city treasurer was instructed to
purchase warrant No. 3328 for $1,000
issued on the light and fuel fund with
money out of sinking fund and hold
same until paid.
The salary of assistant euporientend
ent of electric light and waterworks was
iixed at 850 per month, tbe assistent to
be nominated by the superintendent
and confirmed by the council.
Ordinance No. 87, amending ordinance
No. 86, relating to cost of putting electric
lighting into dwellings, was introduced
and given tirst reading. This provides
that consumers shall pay cost of materi
al and labor in putting the lighting iuto
residences, the same to be credited as an
advance payment on the use ot the
lights. The rates for lighting will re
main the same, namely: One 16-c in
candescent light per month 75 cents
more than one and less than lour, 50
cents each four or more and less than
ten, 45 cents each ten or more, 40 cents
each.' Meter rates, oent par hour
each light.
Council adjourned to meet one week
from last night.
Kidney or Bladder Troubles.
Any of the above complaints or too
scanty uriue are surely and speedily
cured by "Dr. Fenner's Kidney and
Backaohe Cure." Bed wetting by chil
dren is generally cured by one bottle df.
this powerful remedy. Testimonials
will be furnished on application to the
dealer whose name is given below. If
not satisfied after using one bottle, your
money will be refunded by Frank Smith
of Madison.
Warning:—Persons who suffer from
ooughs and colds should heed the warn,
ings of dauger and save themselves
suffering and fatal results by using One
Minute Cough Cure. It is an infallible
remedy for coughs, oolds, croup and all
throat and lung troubles.
FRAWK 8MITH.
Obituary.
Dexter Brown, one of Lake county's
most worthy pioneers died, October 21,
1897 of dropsy at the home of his son
J. N. Brown in Chester towuship. De
ceased was born in Courtland county,
New York in 1820 and afterwards lived
in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Nebraska,
and in 1852 went overland to California.
He settled in Dakota in 1881, and sinoe
tbe death of his wife in 1895, had. lived
with his daughter, Mrs. Geo. Dellbridge,
and son, Joseph. Although his last ill
ness was painful, he was patient arid
thoughtful for all who cared for 'hid).
His funeral took place from Prospect
oburoh the Sunday following his death,
Rev..Mr. Kay of Hartford oonduothf
tbe service. His children and only sistei',
Mrs. O. W. Hoffman, of Colman, were all
present at the fuperal and the attend
ant of friends and neighbors was ve|*y
.. /...V
S w S S y S
It Rains Klondike
"Vv
TACT A
Allotment May Xot nought.
CHELSEA, I. T., Nov. 6.—Chief Mays
of the Uherokees has expressed his
opinion that the allotment of lands
will not be fought by the Indians if the
scheme is projected in the right way.
The chief favors the formation of one
state by the five tribes of Indians.
Memphis Refugees May Return.
MEMPHIS, Tenn., Nov. 5. —The board
of health issued an order advising
.refugees to return home.
Liver Complaints and nervousness
Cured.
No complaints are more common than
the above you feel dull and muggy
your bowels move irregularly and you
have a clumsy feeling about the liver.
As this condition develops you are apt
to grow despondent. Try at once a bot
tle of
,4Dr.
FYdD want to make a real estate loan
a reasonable rate of interest and on
good terms, A. G. Schmidt can accom
modate you.
ATTORNEYS
they
sav
DUCK BRAND
MACKINTOSH
with you, when you go, and
keep dry=keeps cold out too.
THE OTP THINGS li DEED.
Underwear,
GLOVES AND MITTENS
HATS AND CUPS,
SHOES, OVERSHOES, FELTS,
HICK COATS, COATS, TRUNKS,
ME GRINAGER BROS.
Fenner's Blood and Liver
Remedy and Nerve Tonic.'' It will
brighten tbe spirits and give an excep
tional vigor to the body. If not satis
fied after using one bottle, your money
will be refunded by Frank Smith of
Madison.
Cascarets stimulate livei, kidneys and
bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe.
10o.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Iat
aud typewriter owners
oan tind a slock of typewriter paper,
8^ by 13, at THE DAILY LEADER office.
OPERA HOUSE
SIX NIGHTS COMJVTG
fcfBOIAL ENGAGEMENT
Tie winm KV
Presenting a series of tbe latest
successes
MONDAY NIGHT
DeMilles Great Labor Play
The Lost Paradise.
Change of bill at each performance. Ladles free
Monday night. Don't miss the
j' KINEMETOGRAPHF,
Thi electrocal wonder of the ceotur?.
sale Friday.
CHTILDREN ONLY IOC.
GALLERY SEATS, 20C.
RWIWCDSKATSiaoe.
ft
NT NT y- 5 'X-
PIANO
VIOLIN
BANJO
GUITAR
VOCAL
IOC
The Place to Buy.
IIIIIIEIIIIS.
When bilious or costive eat a Cascaret
candy cathartic, oure guaranteed, 10c. 25c
MADE ME A MAN
CLOTHING
DON'T
NEGLECT
TO GET
BOX COAT.
THE UP-TO-DATE
MACKINTOSH.
'^7-7s
IIIHIIllffliBl
This includes all the latest popular airs that
are everywhere for from age to
TAKE YOUR
CHOICE
25c 25c
A GUARANTEE.
Perhaps you think you dare neglect a cold or couitfa at this season
because you are not bad yet. It never pays to neglect health—nature
never forgives nor forgets. For vour cokl and cough take our
WILD cm CQDGH STROP
pleasant, mild and still effective. We make it and we guarantee it.
If it don't stop your cough and help your cold you can bring ihe empty
bottle baok and get your money. Large size bottle only 25 cents at
THE CORNER DRUG STORE,
8CHUTZ & CROW.
25C 25C
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S. Y. HYDE
ELEVATOR CO.
File your winter order now, Thi
best grades of hard and soft coal.
WM. FINTZEL,
LOCAL AOSNT

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