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BI66ER THAN EVER!
Better than Ever! WE INVITE Bteaper man Ever! We are here to tell you that i we have a large, well assorted, entirely new stock of Ladies' Hisses' & Chileren's 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 large stock of SHOES t* and the largest and complete line of OVERSHOES in the county. Come in and see our new store. CLOAKS! CLOAKS! THE FAIR. THE DAILY LEADER MADI8UN. BOOTH DAKOTA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1897. boeal Time able. Chicago, Milwaukee A St. P&alRnilwty, Which took affect, Sunday, Sept 6, 1896: TBAINS QOIXS MAST. ... Passenger, No. 4, departs 11:00 a. m. freight, No. 98, departs 6:45 a. m. Freight, No. 74, departs 7:-0 p. m. TRAINS UOIM0 WIST, Way freight, No. 97, departs 4:15 p. m. TBAINS ruom THK BAST. Passenger, No. 1, arrives 4:00 p. m, Freight, No. 95, arrives 2 00 p. m. Freight No. 73, arrives 4:15 a. m. THAINS FROM TUB WBBT. freight, No. 98, arrives 10:40 a. m. All the above trains carry passengers but freights only when passengers are provided with tickets. Passenger trains going east make eonneetloa at Xgan for all points south. MAOISOM A BRISTOL LIMB. Passenger going north, departs 11:30 a. m. Passenger from north arrives, 2:45 p. m. P. J. HOLMES. Local Ageat. THE CITY. LOCAL HRKV1TIE4. The train from the east was forty-fir® minutes late this evening. Weather report: Generally fair to night and ^Sunday. Southerly winds. No. 2 wheat in the local market dropped to 70 cents to-day, No. 3 to£4, but flax remains at 87. W. R. Smythe went to. FJjMmrau to btart the contractors (or tWnew sewer age system in that place at work. Arrivals on the evening train: Mrs. Geo. R. Farmer, Mrs. J. J. Wright, G. P Borland, Leslie Bailey, wife and child. Mrs. T. Lannon and daughter* NeUtfj. and Mrs. Geo. Cook went to Flaudnm on the noon train to attend the funeral of Mrs. Keavey. Final receipt for Green man Gere of Herman on his homestead, se)4 of sec tion 3-105-53, arrived at the clerk of oourt's office to-day. N. MoCallister, wife and sister who have been visiting brothers and other friends in this city for a week, returned home to Musooda, Wis. T. B. MoMartin, Esq., pt Sioux Falls, 1 our Mammoth New Stock in our New Store and see something to everybody's liking. Our magnificent lines of DRESS GOODS, WINTER UNDERWEAR, BOOTS & SHOES, and Furnishings of all kinds are bewildering, and pro ceed up stairs and look at the C. C. C. We can just suit you on any kind of a bargain. J. J. FITZGERALD'. spent the night in the city as did also Chairman Bowler of tbe state democratic committee. They returned east this morning. Mrs. E. Kramer and little daughter departed for Chicago to be present at the wedding of a neice, the first to be married grand-child of her parents. It is an event that will give rise to a com plete family reunion. Arrivals on the train from the west: A. E. Clough and Rev. Father Flynn. The latter informs us that the Catholic church and inanse at Howard were a total loss by fire yesterday, though Father Sietchor saved all his household effects. The loss is placed at 80,000 with an insurance of 63,000, upon it. Mr. aud Mrs. Geo. W. VanLamngham and childreu took the east bofend train for Ramona Tuesday morning t[o wjtfiess the marriage ceremony of Mi^fj/luayme Davis and Mr. Anthony Tour. The ceremony was solemnized at the Badus church by Rev. Father Flynn after which a wedding celebration was held at the residence of the groom's parents. Of Mies Moore, who will speak in Madison November 10, the Chicago Inter Ouean says: "The Rev. Henrietta G. Moore lectured last evening at the Church of the Redeemer. Miss Moore is an eloquent and impressive speaker, her power lying in the fact that her words are prompted by an earnest Christian zeal. Her lecture was devo ted to a definition si tbe eigne of the times. The reception ^iven to Rev. W. H. Willard Jones a^ the ^residence of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.\h^ffgham last evening was attended by a large number who speut a most delightful time in sooial acquaintance. The new rector of Grace Church is making a very favorable impression and many fast friends. The ladies of the church served the guests with coffee and oake, contributing much to the comfort and enjoymeut of the occasion. Sioux Falls Forum, ft Rev. A. T. Wolff, D. D., of this city, has received an invitation to attend and participate in tbe exercises in dedication of the Love joy monument at Alton, 111., which will occur on next Monday. Dr. Wolff will not be able to attend however. The monument has been erected by the state in connection with the citizens of Alton to the ihemory of Rev. Elijah Parish Lovejoy, who was murdered at Alton in 1837 by a pro-slavery mob. Dr. Duff lived a next door Leighbor to Rev. Mr. Cleveland in this city for eight years. When Rev. Cleveland decided to return to the east to reside, Dr. Duff gave him a letter of introduction to a former college mate of the doctor's, a successful business man of Brooklyn, L. I. The dootor reoeiyed a letter from Rev. Cleveland a few days ago stating that he had called on the Brooklyn friend and in the oourse of conversation had discovered that years ago he* had been a teacher in the same college in which the doctor and his Brooklyn friend were students. The dootor now regrets that he did not get acquainted with Rev. Cleveland himself before in troducing him to his friends. A gentleman from a neighboring town, evidently of domestio tastes, walking about the city a day or two ago, was somewhat stunned by what he consid ered negleot of ohildren. In his own words, "I think you have a nice town here, substantial business blocks, hand some residences and fine-looking ladies but, like other towns, some of the moth ers evidently negleot their ohildren. Up town here (deeoribing the street and looality), I' saw a handsome oarriage standing in front of a residence, and presently a stylishly dressed lady oame The Public to view out, stepped into the carriage and was whirled away, leaving a half dozen chil dren at home neglected and alone. It is strange mothers don't take better care of their children now-a-days/' As it happened, the stranger was relating the circumstance to the lady's husband, and the only member of the family be sides hueband and wife is a canary bird. The "ueglectfed children** belonged to the neighbors. Accommodations for one hundred and fifty additional persons have btea provid ed at the opera house for Monday night when the Woodward Theatre company will open its 6ix nights engagement, with au elaborate production of DeMilles •"eat labor play, "The Lost Paradise," wiilch will be presented with all the ad Vantages of specu 1 6cenery, elaborate steam and electric effects aud beautiful costumes. The advance sale of reserved seats has proveu to be the largest in tbe history of local theatricals and it is safe to*say that au audienoe representative of Madison's best citizens will witness the inaugural performance of the Woodward company. The views as pre- The Lost Snap af the Mcaaoa. Another drayload of "sample shoes" has arrived, and this is the best layout yet. This is a genuine "snap" that you cannot afford to miss. Come early or they will all be gone. Yours for bar gains. J. J. DAHL&CO. J. C. Berry, one of the best known citizens of Spencer. Mo., teetities that he cured himself of the worst kind of piles by using a few boxee of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. He bad been troubled with piles for over thirty years and bad used many different kinds of so called cures but DeWitt's was the one that did tbe work and he will verify this statement if anyone wishes to write him. V FRANK SMITH. fHK CHUKCHKS. Order of fcxerclnes In the Different Houses or Worn hip In the City TO'Norrow. BAPTIST CHURCH. The usual sesvices. Preaching morn ing and evening by the paster. Morning subject^ "Regeneration." PHESUYTKRIAN CHULLOH. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. by Rev. Mr. Waters. Sunday school at noon. Young people's meeting at 6:30 p. m. No eve ning service. Everybody invited to the services. The Discovery of the Day. Aug. J. Bogel, the leading druggist of Shreveport, La., says: "Dr. King's New Discovery is the only thing that cures my cough, and it is the best seller 1 have.'' J. P. Campbell, merchant of Safford, Ariz., writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery is all that is claimed tot it} it never fails, and is a sure cure for consumption, coughs and colds. I oan not say enough for its merits." Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds is not an experiment. Ithas been tried for a quarter of a centuary, and to-day stands at tbe bead, It never disappoints. Free trial bottles at O. H. Wood's drug store. Regular size 50 cents and 81.0. You oan't cure consumption but you can avoid it and oure every other form of throat or lung trouble by the use of One'Minate Cough Oure. FRAWK SMI^P. It Rains Klondike Tattf A i ".«o iroulile For tli« Three Friends. HAVAN" k, Nov. 6.—It is semi-cfticially Announced that there will be no trouble here upon tne arrival at this port of the American steamer Three Friends, which is alleged to have taken part in filibustering expeditious and which is uow bound to Havana on a legitimate commercial errand. Liver Complaint* ant sented by "Ihe Kinemetographe" are As this condition develops you are apt promised to be the best ever produced he.e, including over tifty of the latest American and foreign subjects. The bill wi!l be chauged at esch performance, the full strength of the cast appearing each tiight. In addition to the Kinemeto graphe this company carries a mostcom plete calcium effect addidg to the beauty of the stage pictures. Monday has been designatod by the management as ladies free night, when all ladies accompanied by a paid admission will be admitted free. A bill of speoial interest to ladies and children will be given Saturday afternoon next, when choioe confection ery will be presented all children attending. OPERA HOUSE SIX NIGHTS COMJVTG tgu: SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT TNS HUM they lay DUCK BRAND MACKINTOSH with you, when you go, and keep dry==keeps cold out too. THE OTKEQ THIjlliS TOO HEED. 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WOOD, The Old Reliable Dzuggist and Jeweler. COAL. By IMMm. s by v. r. raiTi, Braa*ist. S. Y. HYDE ELEVATOR GO. File your winter order now. The best grades of hard and soft coal. WM.FINTZEL, LOCAL AGENT