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freight, No. 71, depart ti:*) p. rn. THAINS oome WJIST, Way freight, No. 97, departs 4:15 p. rn. WE INVITE liking:. Our magnificent lines of Daily Leader MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. MONDAY, DECEMBER 12,1897. Ioeal Time TIM«. Chicago, Milwaukee A St. P»nlB«'lway, which took effect, Snuday, December 5,1897: THA1N8 (JOINS K AST. Passenger, Ho. 4. departs 11:00 a. in. freight, No. 95, aep*rt» 0::«» a. m. TRAINS mom THK BAST. faesenger, No. 1, arrives :K) p. m, freight. No. »5, arrives 'J.4" p. m. Fraight No. 7:1, arrives 5:.'t a. m. THA1N6 FHOM Til* WRKT. Freight, No. 98, arrives 10:4ti a. rr. All the above train* c.irry passeoeerer tnt freight* only when paesengur* are provided with tickets. Paesongcr trains going east make connection it Egan for all points south. MADTSON A BRISTOL X.TNM. Nos. atiTknd v.'0-,' run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, only,leaving Madicon, north, at4:10p. in. arriving at Madison at 3::0 p. ni. Nos. 5SI3 atid :204 inn Tuesdays, Thursdays, •nd Saturdays, only, leaving Madison, north, at 11 a. m. arriving at Madison at 10:.v a. m. if. J. iloLMKS. Local Agent. 31 THE CITY. MTAL MH8? 1T1 KM. Don't forget Louie, the laundry boy. Wheat in local market, No. 2,70 No. 3,65 flax, 95. Louie's basket goes out ia tb«* morn ing. Then work is the best. Thos. Byrnes was an cast going passenger this morning Is* points in Minnesota. We cap the climax 9B «f^)8. All ehapes, all prices. 25c to $1.50, Chas Kaufman & Bros. J. H. Williamson, Esq., went to Min neapolis this evening to return Wednes day with his family. Weather report: Partly cloudy to night and Tusday with snow io east and central portions to-night. If you want your lace curtains done up for the holidays, Louie is the one to flee, at the Madison house." Rev. A. G. Shepard went to Flandrau to assist Rev. Hopkins of that place in protracted meetings this week. Our underwear is "hot stuff." Get your winter supply from Chas. Kauf man & Bros., and save money. Miss Mae Hunt who has been visiting the family of Conductor Callinan for eome time returned home to Austin, Minn. i Regular meeting of Gen. Shields Post, G. A. R. to-night at court house. Election- of officer*. Full attendance is desired. Arrivals on the evening train: Mrs. Flynn, Rev. W. H. Willard Jones,'Dr. Bigbee, Frank Tobip, Frank Ginder and Geo Beadle. Don't this weather make you think of an overcoat? Chas. Kaufman Bros, sell the kind that fit and wear, Their prices are always the lowest. Aberdeen has secured a reduction of 50 cents per ton on freight rates on soft ooalfrom the different roads centering there. Why not Madison too? Regular meeting of Madison Camp, Modern Woodmeu, in Odd Fellows hall to-morrow eveniug. Annual eleotion of officers. A full attendance is desired. Call at Frank Smith's and get a box of "Corn Huskers Salve" for 25 cent sand you will receive an elegant childs rolled gold plated neoklace free, .this fs a grand' offer and a grand salve—and we sell it. The snow storm of yosterday has been quite general over South Dakota and Minnesota, the fall b^ipg heavier east- than iti the wtest. is morn- wires were down someto ing. Remember the Milwaukee railway company sells tickets to all points with in 200 miles of here on December 24, 25, 31 andJanuary 1, fyr one fnd a fifth fare Sar Mammoth New Stock in our New Store and see something to everybody's DRESS GOODS, WINTER UNDERWEAR, BOOTS & SHOES, and Furnishings of all kinds are bewildering, and proceed 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. for the round trip, good to return until January 4,1898. Chas, Kaufman & Bros, have just re ceived another case of those popular black Irish frieze ulsters. Qet one quick. They are going fast. St. Katharine's Guild of Grace church will hold a Cranberry social at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Clough Friday evening, December 17,1897. Come and get the fcenutiful 86,00 cranberry doll, to be teen in C. H. Woon's window. About fifty of the friends of Mr. and Mrs. N. Bjornstadt surprised them at their rooms Saturday evening, making merry the time until a Ji»te hcur -tfith social enjoyment aud Iwvirjtf-'many to keus of the company's'presence in the shape of valuable presents. Mies Cora JVJatheney, while assisting her sister Maude to skate Saturday eve ning, encountered a eevere fall, disloca ting her left arm at the elbow. Site hnd recovered sufficiently from the shock yesterday afternoon to return to her school teaching. A Turner county man who died some time since with an estate of some 83,500 willed his entire property to the Seventh Day Adventists, except 810 given each child. The children will not contest the will, but have tiled claims for rendered the old man and property furnished him. The Parkston Advance gives the fol lowing account of one man's protita in caws: L. H. Swartz has been milking 13 cows for the past seven months, and during that time he has received 8253.86, or a little over $36.26 per month, an average of nearly $3 per CJW per month. The feed during the time has cost but little, tod the labor has been Jtuuch less than if he had made his own butter. What the dreamery has done for him it will do for others if they follow his ex ample. New Dressmaking Parlors. We wish to announce to the ladies of Madison and vicinity that we have opened new dressmaking parlors next door north of Miss Grinager's millinery store, where we will do cutting aud tit ting, also plain and fancy sewing of all kinds. Prices reasonable, A share of your patronage is solicited. MISSKS DIXON & WALL. DR, CREAM BAKING POWDER Awarded Highest Honors, World's Pair .Hold Medal, Midwinter Fair The Public to view WEEKLY TRADE REVIEW. Jobbers and Retailer* Report Steadily Increasing Business. NEW YORK, Dec. 13.—Bradstreets says: Mild weather throughout most of the country had interfered to some extent with the distribution of winter weight clothing and other seasonable goods, and trade from first hands is quieter even than last week. Jobbers and retailers, however, report a steadily increasing and in some regions very active business in holiday goods, grocer ies and kindred products. Reports from the South continue, as a whole, very good, with specially favorable accounts from New Orleans, Atlanta, Nashville and the Central South. Collections are, as a rule, gen erally very satisfactory in spite of the low price of cotton. Favorable reports come from Chicago, Kansas City, St. Louis and St. Paul in the Central West and Northwest, while the Pacific coast notes a heavy increase in trade, present and contingent, based upon enlarged Alaskan demand. WANT AN EXPORT DUTY. Canadian Lumbermen Petition the Gov ernment for lielief. TORONTO, Out., Dec. 13.—A petition has been presented to the Ontario gov ernment by a large deputation of prom inent Canadian lumbermen in which it services is set forth that, owing to the retalia- tory clause in the United States tariff, 6awing could not be continued in the Georgian Bay district and that the Americans were getting their raw ma terial free by shutting out Canadian sawn lumber. Provided the exporta tion of such raw material is stopped, the petitioners say, the Canadian lum bermen will not object to any duty the United States may impose, realizing that it is beyond thair jurisdiction. The true remedy, the lumbermen claimed, was an export duty, bat fail ing in that they asked that a regula tion prohibiting the export of all logs sawn on crown lands be imposed. HALF PRICE i Mrs. Stark, Pleasant Ridge, O., says, "After two dootors gave up my boy to die, I saved him from croup by using One Minute Cough Cure." It is the quickest and most certain remedy for coughs, colds and all throat and lung troubleE. FRANK SMITH. Buclcliu a Arnica Halve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruges, Sores, Ulcere, Salt Rhei. oa. Fe ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively oures Piles, or no pay re quired. It is guaranteed te give perfect satisfaction cr money refunded. Price 25 cents per bos'. For sale by C. Wood. on all from date until CJHiSTWi LIZZIE 0R1NAGER. Auction 'SV c~' '4 *VEKi* WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY at 2 FRANK SMITH, DEAR SIR: ,v N vS Jth.dL Mrs. Mary Bird, Harrisburg, Pa., says, "My ohild is werth millions to me yet I would have lost her by croup had I not investec^twenty-five cents in a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure.'' It cures coughs, colds and all throat and lung troubles. FRAfK SMITP. Cascarets stimulate live*, kidneys and bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripp. 10c. LADIES' DAY 7:30 p. m. we will hold a grand special holiday sale for the LADIES. On these occasions we will make it a point to offer for sale such goods as are nearest and dearest to the feminine heart. We earnestly invite* every Lady in Madison to be present as these days wtU foe set apart especially for their benefit. P. 5. The sterner U sex not barred. W OOU, The Old Reliable Druggist and Jeweler. TUB nCTRIWUL NITIilE ETEIT BFTEWII EIEJIK Till IJNH. [p. a. and "A LETTER FROM SANTA CLAU3." that I shall be in Madison very soon. HKindly let all the little boys and girls know that I am on my way. I did in tend to receive all my old friends in the court house square-but as it is too cold out in South Dakota I wrote my friends the little Brownies-for a nice warm house--and the dear little chaps sent me word-on a ray of sunshine-that you have built a large and roomy store ex pressly for my use-and I know that it will be nice and warm-well lighted and |clean-The little Brownies also inform me that you have any quantity of nice things-all that I shall need in the way of presents-By the way, Mr. Smith, give my regards to my friend Mr. Frank Halstead who has charge of your jewelry depart ment-I haven't seen him since he was a wee little boy-Say' Ask him where that red sled is I left Mm lor Christmas way back in the '60s~I bet you he had more fun with that old bob than he has ever had since tinkering watches-Per. haps its lost but the memory of the rides he had down those hills back in Wis consin will last forever. P. S. Now don't fail to send word to the people that I will be waiting-and that they will be welcomed at your store. S. C. I wish to inform you SANTA CLAUS. Revoluion in Many Prices, facts that are big with meaning and values that don't need to be exaggerated, i People who know us and know something about XMAS GOODS will be quick to take advantage of such prices. We mean business & can prove to you that we can sell you XMAS GOODS RIGHT. People appreciate to be treated FAIR & SQUARE and this is our AIM, SCHUTZ & CROW. 1 1 CORNER DRUG STORE.