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We are here to tell you that I
I we have a large, well
•fc assorted, entirely new
"i)" stock of Ladies'
We know that these goods
are New and Stylish
and we think they are
the best values ifli
town. An exam*
We have a large stock of
and the largest and complete
in the county. Come in and
see our new store.
[HE DAILY LEASER
MADISON. SOUTH DAKOTA.
IUR8DAY, NOVEMBER 11. 1897.
Ueal Time a»l«.
|)te*co, Milwaukee A St. Haul which
•net, Sonday, Sept6, 1896:
THAIHS aoms BAIT.
Menger, Ho. 4. departs 11:00 a. a.
bight, No. 96, depart* 6:45 a. m.
eight, No. 74,
TRAINS aoms VIST,
ly freight, No. V7, depart* 4:15 p. a.
I TRAINS VBOm THR BART.
•senger, Mo. 1, arrives 4:00 p. m,
eight. No. M, arrives 2 00 p. m.
light No. 73, arrives 4:15 a. m.
THAWS FROM THR WBST.
jflghl, No. #8, arrives 10:40 a. m.
the above trains carry passengers but
ite only when
are provided with
keencer trains going east make connection
ran for all points south.
lAOlSOI A BRISTOL LIMB.
psenger coin* north, departs
•senger from north arrives, 2:45 p. m.
F. J. HOLMES. Local Agent.
^Murray took the evening train
Mher report: Fair to-night and
ifet dropped one cent in Hw looal
fa. Gregg the equal suffrage worker
1DBB8 went to Flandrau on the noon
^bott and McLean shipped oar
of eggs to-day to the eastern
(rivals on the evoning train: Ernest
je, Father Flynn, Mrs. Thoa. Byrnes
[rs. J. G, Callinan.
I Fader pf Wentworth met an old
lt R. M. Walter, of Gharlel City,
at the train from the north here
[s. Johns of Kansas,'the noted equal
ieeturer who speaks at the
byterian churob tonight, arrived on
Ward of Austin, who has been
Mr»Jo»Qtyfert. rat boo*
ptfr Mammoth New Stock in our New Store and see
something to everybody's liking. Our magnificent
BOOTS & SHOES,
ind Furnishings of all kinds are bewildering, and pro
ceed up stairs and look at the
4-C. C. C. C.
We can just suit you on any kind of a bargain.
J. J. FITZGERALD.
the morning train. She will return in a
few days and spend the time until the
holidays with Mrs. Gilbert.
J. M. Neil of Sioux Falls, sign writer,
is doing an artistio job of gold lettering
on the window of D.4D. Hollridge&Son,
and has like work to do for other tirms
The ladies of the Episcopal church will
give an oyster upper from 5 p. m. until
after the close of the entertainment at
tho opera house this evening, which
the public is co dialljr Ibvited to
Three drunks were run in last night
and brought before Justice Holdridge
thi9 morning for sentence. David Feen
ey received a $10 fine or 8 days in jail.
He chose the latter. Henry Richter was
given $5 tine or 3 days in jail. He chose
the latter. John Forgerty was to be
given 15 or 20 days in jail if found here
after 2 p. m. He was not found.
the Woman Suffrage county conven
tion met in the Presbyterian church
last evening. Miss Laura A. Gregg of
Kansas conducted the meeting and Rev.
Henrietta G. Moore of Ohio gave the
principal address. Both are enthusias
tic and able workers. Miss Gregg went
to-day to conduct a convention in Flan
drean. Miss Moore remained and
worked in both the afternoon and eve
ning session. Mrs. Laura A. Johns of
Kansas will address the convention this
evening at 8 o'clock. Let everybody
Sheriff McGillivray went to Brookings
yesterday with a warrant of arrest for
Chas. T. Allen, editor of the Brookings
Press on a charge of criminal libel sworn
out by Jos. Frudenfeld, secretary of the
Agricultural Insurance company of this
city. As near as we oan learn the cause
of arrest is certain alleged libelous state,
ments made by Allen in his paper about
the middle of September against Mr.
Frudenfeld in connection with the
failure of the Plankinton bank several
years ago wherein it is represented that
Mr. Frudenfeld defrauded his oreditors
and also the state of large sums of
money, Mr. Frudenfeld at the time be
ing secretary of the stale board of re
gents. Mr. Frudenfeld denies doing any
ssuch business and will give Mr. Allen an
^opportunity to prove his statements or
take the oonsequences. The arrest
would take place at Brookings to-day
and it is probable that Allen will go be
fore a justice there, waive examination
and give bonds for his appearance at cir
cuit court here in February when the
case will be tried. Mr. Frudenfeld is in
earnest in the matter and expeots to
pay the costs mainly oat of his own
pocket as being a new oomer here he
does not wish the tax payers to think
that he is trying to pile costs upon the
county for a play.
A meeting of the residents in the
neighborhood of the Normal sohoo'
grounds was held last evening at the
residence of D. D. Holdridge, Esq., to
consider the projeot of improving the
grounds and giving them an appearance
more in accordance with what a campus
around a public institution should have.
The city cannot more easily and oheaply
secure a beautiful park within its limits
than by beautifying these grounds with
a little landscaping and tree planting as
originally designed and as is usual in
public grounds of this nature. As the
state has already lost ten years of time
or more in whioh it might have done
something in this respect and is likely,
from the present straitened oiroumstan
oes of its funds, to loose as many' more
before it dowuytfcing in this line, it is
abont time that private enterprise took
hold of the matter and at least
improvement. This was the oono'uiion
The Public to view
discussing the subject in all its bearings.
Much can be done from year to year in
the way of private contributions of
money, trees and labor in breaking and
planting and to be prepared for opera
tions in the spring an organization or ex
ecutive committee was formed to take
the matter in hand and push the im
provement to the extent of the mears
and support furnished them. The ex
ecutive committee elected consists of
D. D. Holdridge, W. H. Dempster, W. T.
Stearns, H. B. Williamson and H. P.
Smith, with power to fill vacancies in
their membership should any occur
These selected as an advisory committe.
the following: Mrs. Geo. R. Farmer,
Mrs. J. L. Jones, Mrs. Geo. Tuttle and
Messrs, Roy Seaton, 6. M. Farley, F. I.
Mease* J. Jones and Henry Neill.
Send your address to H. E. Bucklen.&
Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box
of l)r. King's New Life Pills. A trial will
convince yon of their merits. 1'hes
pills are easy. in action and are par
tioularly effective in the cure of Con
stipation and Sick Headache. For
Malaria and Liver troubles they have
been proved invaluable. They are
guaranteed to be perfectly free from
evei'y deleterious Rubstance and to be
purely vegetable. They do not weaken
by their action, but by giving tone to
e oniach and bowels greatly invigorate
the#syeiem. Regular size 25 cents per
box. Sold by C. H. Wood, druggist.
Th6re is no need of little ohildren be
ing tortured by scald head, eczema and
skin eruptions. DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve gives ituKaat relief and cures
Denby'a Successor Selected.
CBSCAGO, Nov. 11.—A special from
Washington says: Charles Page Bryan
of Chicago has been determined upon
as the successor of Minister Charles
Denby, who now represents the United
States at China.
Boiler Explosion Kills Two.
CRAWFORD, Neb., Nov. 11. The
boiler on a Burlington engine exploded
near here, instantly killing Engineer
H. C. Simpson and Fireman E. M. Rob
Liver Cmplalala aid Nervousness
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 develpps you are apt
to grow despondent. Try at once a bot
tle of "Dr. Fenner's Blood and Liver
Remedy and Nerve Tonio.'' It will
brighten the spirits and give an excep
tional vigor to the body. If not satis
fied after using one bottle, yonr money
will be refunded by Frank Smith of
notice for Bids.
Bids will be received at the office of
city auditor oo or before Friday night,
November 12th, 1897, at 8 o'clock for the
ereoticn of an additional fifteen feet to
smoke staok at power house.
WM. RAG, City Auditor.
.T. M. Tliirswtetod, of Grosbeck, Tex.,
says that when he has a spell of indiges
tion, and feels bad and sluggish he takes
two of DeWitt's Little Early risers at
night, and he is all right the next morn
ing. Many thousands of others do the
same thing. Do you?
AN WANTED.—To work on dairy
farm for the winter. E. R. O. Gaoss.
RENT.—Six room house, near
buildings. A. G. SCHMIDT.
OST.—A pair of gold bowed specta
between Shepard's house and
the bridge. Leave at this office.
OUSE FOR RENT. -In beat resi
dence portion of the oity near
sohools. CHAS. B. KENNEDY.
We offer the
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Witt's Little Early risers cure bilious
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Presenting st series of the latest
Change of bill
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oan And a stook ot typewriter paper,
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Buckskin & Chamois Skin
especially designed for railroad men and those having much out door
work to do, can be obtained from us at the very lowest figures*
This includes all the latest popular airs that
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Perhaps you think you dare neglect a cold or cough at this season
because you are not bad yet. It never pays to neglect health—nature
never forgives nor forgets. For your eold and cough take our
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THE CORNER DRUG STORE,
SCHUTZ & CROW
of all kinds will be found at
THE MODEL BAKERY.
C. H. WOOD,
The Old Reliable Dzuggist and Jeweler.
such as oranges, grapes, peaches, bananas,
cranberries, apples, pears, etc., will be on
hand and aljso BAKER'S GOODS of
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