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HE DAILY LEADER MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17,1897 fcjO^aJ Time iM«. OuiCHRO, Milwaukee A St. I'an 11**1) tray,Which toiis effect, Sttiuday, Septti, 18'uO: THAIN* QOINU EAST. I'aeeeuger, No. 4, departs 11:00 a. i:. i/reij»ht, No.'.Hi, dtrpurtp (i:4.r a. n». £ei_Jn, No. 74, departs p. ni. TRAINS llOIKO WKST, A"ay (rei^bl, Nu. 97, dupurts 4:15 p. tu. iitAiNrt ntum TI K V.AL«T. ••j»eeenser, o. 1, arrivoo 4 :(K) p. id, Krciirhi. No. 95, ,trriv«» p. r.i. Fraight No. Tii, arrivon 4:15 a. m. TKA1NS rilOM THE WtsT. '.Vo. !W, arrive* !it:4i n. in. All ifc« above traiu* carry pus*ei»(f«fr# tnl irv.u ht.M only wheu ptteoonir«rs «ro provided with lu-.keiy. I' lutu-oscr trains going east make conr.ocUon at fiRMt. for all point* south. HAUI60N & BRISTOL LINK. I'tenon^er iroiui: iiorlb. depart* 11::#) a.m. VdiMeniter from north arrives, a:45 p. m. (•'. .1. HOLMES, l.ncsl A (rent. THE CITY. LOCAL URKfll lKN. DonC. Needham arrived on the train from the north. Cut flowers for Masonic baU. Lftnve orders with C, H. Wood. Mrs. N. D. McGillivray went to red on the evening train. University circle meets in bttsement of Presbyterian church to-night. Thos. Carey has set up a ting new fruit display caseiu his store. Mrs. Harry Munro returned from Wtnfred on the morning train. Special meeting of Evergreen Lodge in Masonic Temple this evening. E. Kramer went to Flandrau on business and will return to-morrow. Weather report: Partly cloudy and warmer to-night and Thusday. South erly winds. John Peterson, a drunk, was ran in last night and this morning waa fined $5 and costs by Justice Murray. W. E. North, general agent of the litarthwestern iLsurance oompany, of Minneapolis, who has oeen in the oity a •few days returned I• LaCrone last evening. A marriage lioense waa Waaed^vrday to Mr. H. E, Powell and jitrfTOraoe G. Clftus and the ceremony will take place ibis evening at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Wm. J. Barton, Eev, A. C. Shepard officiating. The Huron weather bureau's sum mary of oliraate conditions for Ootober in South Dakota gives the monthly mean temperature at 50 degrees The mean or average precipitation over the etate Was 1,24 inches or a quarter of an inch •bove normal. The average tem perature was 2 degrees above normal. Sioux Falls Press, 16: Rev. A. T. Wolff, D. D., received an invitation yes terday to be present and speak at the dedication of the new edifice of the First Presbyteriau church, Alton, 111., in Dec ember. It is a $40,000 building, and the enterprise was started and the lots pur chased during Dr. Wolff's live year pii6 torate of that church. He will accept •the invitation. If you cannot go to Jerusalem you can «ec something right from there, as the Presbyterian ladies have for sale one hundred articles made of olive wood and mother of pearl, Among these are •candle sticks, glove boxes, album of •choice pressed grasses and flowers, ink stands, watch cases, card cases, jewel "boxes, paper knives and many other Useful and ornamental presents. These will be for sale the first week in Decem ber. 4 Huronite, 15: Four or five barns^have been burned recently in Huron, and the of $he fifM have been laid tl lb* 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 Furrttgtiings of afl kinds are bewildering, and pro ceed up stairs and look at the 4=aC» C* C« 0* We can just suit you on any kind of a bargain. J. J. FITZGERALD. doors of the festive tramp, but public opinion is changing somewhat and is now in favor of relieving the "hobo" from this reflection upon hiB character, and to lay the blame at the doors of young boys with the deadly cigarette. The evidence seems to e against the boy in these tire cases, aud if parents would be more Watchful of boys congregating around barns and out buildings less iires would Occur. The boy who somkes cigarettes is usually sensitive in his newly formed habit aud chooses the shadow of out buildings to indulge in his first smoke. Let the tramp have a rest and watch the boys. The funeral of the late L. took place from the Baptist church''at 2 p. m. to-day, a very large coiifeourse of people being present. Kev. C. -M. Cline, conducted the services, assisted in the niusio by the M. E. choir. The preacher took for his text, the words of the psalmist: "Lord make me to know mine end and the measure of my days, what it is, that I may know how frail 1 am."—Psa.39:4—dwellling upon frailty of human life and a fittiug preparation for the end. The pall-bearers were the sons of the deceased, John, Henry and Bert, his sons-in-law, C. Li. Alexander and JeBse Farnham and Mr. Orville Dean of Howard. The remains were taken to Madison cemetery follovfwi by funeral prooession Monx Full* Laundry. Basket leaves Tuesdays returns Fridays. L. H. Willliite, agent Madison house. Butchering, I am prepared to butoher i Polu/uieut" cattle aud hogs for private parties. I ,„ Terms reasonable, W. F. Tin NEK, The Public to view McCready farm, south of city. |®an avoid it and cure every other form of throat or lung trouble by the use of Tremlae'a Lerturra. Mr. Tremaine shows his confidence) in his illustrated lecture* Ly announcing the first night free of charge for ad mission. The show has got to be good to stand that kind of au introduction, but this seems to fill the bill. The Pipestone Daily Star of Monday says: "Geo. R. Tremaine closed his eight night series of illustrated lectures at --the opera house in this city on Saturday night. Mr. Tiemaine certainly broke all reoords of attendance at the opera house for a week's stand—the house be ing literally packed every night. It was by far the finest and most instructive leoture course ever giver in this city and was greatly enjoyed.*' J. C. Berry, one of the best known oitizens of Spencer. Mo., testifies that he cured himself of the worst kind of piles by using a few boxes of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. He bad been treubled with piles for over thirty years and had used many different kinds of so called cures but DeWitt's was the one that did the work and he will verify this statement if anyone wishes to write him. FRAME SMITH, Kidney or Bladder Troubles. Any of the above complaints or too scanty urine are surely nnd speedily cured by "Dr. Fenner's Kidney and Backaohe Cure." Bed wetting by chil dren is generally cured by one bottle of 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. 1iriblef a farmer. FARIBAULT, Minn., Nov. 17.—Chris Clementson, who was on his way to this city from his farm iu the town of Wheeling, met a man who asked him for a ride, which was granted. In going over a cross road, the farmer's passen ger got the better of him, and robbed him of all his money, $395. It is thought ohloroform was used, as the robber put his hand over the farmer's mouth, and having the advantage of him, kept it there until he was un* .consoiMU. A BLOW FOE ISLAH. Significant Letter Found In the Home of Mullah Said Akbar. SIMLA, Nov. 17.—Official dispatches from the British camp in the Maidan Valley announce that General Kemp ster's brigade, while coming in Monday evening, was attacked by the enemy in force. The tribesmen were driven off with the assistance of star shells which illuminated the scene of the encounter sufficiently to enable the tribesmen to be seen. The British officers found in the resi dence of the Mullah Said Akbar letters I from the Haddah Mullah saying "The rks have beaten the Gieeksand have seized the approaches to India and as the British reinforcements are cut off, now is the time to strike a blow Cor Islam." Baptist Ministerial Congress. CHICAGO, Nov. 17.—The 17th annual session of the Baptist congress of min isters is in session at Immanuel Baptist church, Michigan avenue and Twenty third street. It will remain in session three days. Many of the ablest minis ters and theologians of the United States are in the city and will take part in the discussions of the congress. fiirard Students Must Quit Football* PHILADELPHIA, NOV. 17.—President Fetterlof of Girard college has issued an edict against football, and hence- a long forth the students of the institution must keep off the gridiron. The ban on football was the result of a boy having his leg broken last Saturday during a practice game. There are nearly 1,500 students in the college aud the stoppage of the game has eg used great disap- 1 cure consumption but you One Minute Cough Cure FRANK SMITH. Cascarets stimulate livei, kidneys and bowels. Never sioken, weaken or gripe. 10c. Disfigurement for life by burns or scalds may be avoided by using De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, the great remedy for piles and for all kinds of sores and skin troubles. 25C FRANK SMITH. When bilious or oostive eat a Cascaret oandy catharuc, cure guaranteed, lOo. 25c J. M. Thirswend, of Grosbeck, Tex., says that when he has a spell of indiges tion, nnd feels bad and sluggish he takes two of DeWitt's Little Early risers at night, nnd he is all right the next morn ing. Many thousands of others do the same thiug. Do you? FRANK SMITH July. r=*sr Liver Complaint* unit ^ervouetness 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 nt once a bot tle of "Dr. Fenner's Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic." 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 Madison. SPECIAL NOTICES. IT ATTORNEYS OUSE FOR RENT. -In best resi dence portion of the city near schools. CHAS. B. KENNEDY. 25C 25c A GUARANTEE. Perhaps you think you dare neglect a cold or cough at this season because you are not bad yet. It never pays to neglect henlth—nature never forgives nor forgets. For your oold and cough our WILD CHI IM SIRUP pleasant, mild nnd Btill effective! We make it and we guarantee it. If it don't stop your cough and help your cold you] can b^ing ihe empty bottle back and get your money. Large size bottle only 25 cents at THE CORNER DRUG STORE, SCHUTZ & CROW. and typewriter owners can find a stock of typewriter paper, by 13, at THE DAILY LEADER office. 'ARPET WEAVING.—Oiders solici ted. Will also do washing. AMELIA MATZ. THE RESULTS of our advertised Wall Paper Clearance Sale was a success-Successful beyond our most ardent hopes-It aroused the economic spirit of our patrons to the keenest pitch and demonstrated with out a doubt that the people appreciated our efforts-and is proof .certain that this community knows that what we advertise to do we will do-and do to the queen's taste-For upon this foundation (truthful advertising) do we prop our pillars to a successful business—It may be said that it is poor policy to sell any goods at a sacrifice-so it is-But not so much as it is to carry stock over to an-1 other season-We can't do that-and sell is the only alternative-We've accepted it and propose not to deviate from it till |our present Wall Paper stock is reduc ed to our satisfaction—and you will I therefore again have an opportunity fthis week to buy that which survived the first onslaught at from 50 to 60 per cent, of its actual value—Can you expect anything better-No you can't for an opportunity of this kind is as rare as snow in Lake county in the month of 1 FRANK SniTH. ONE HALF Of 25C some advertisements are misleading. leave that half out. A fewiplainjfacts are always appreciated by the purchasing public. A FACT admitted by [ALL, that we are showing the nicest line of Jewelery and Thanksgiving 'Confectionery of all kinds will be found at THE MODEL BAKERY. FRESH FRUITS, daintiest kind, fresh and tempting, orders. FTe5e?^tDaiiy.Shaw TA I i r. $ We Silverware at the catch iest prices in Mad ison. C. H. Wood, DRUGGIST & Jew eler. such as oranges, grapes, peaches, bant cranberries, apples, pears, etc., willjoe on hand and also BAKER'S GOODS of Give. a call and place your & Cranndy.