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Ladies1 & Children's Jackotft.
Ladies' Capes and Shawls. Ladie's Kid Gloves. Mittens of all descriptions. Men's and Boys' (Japs. Overshoes for everybody. A pair of nice Slippers for your hnsband Of wi:'e. Silk and Wool Mufflers. Ice Wool Shawls. A pair of All Wool Blankets. Beautiful Rug or Carpet. A set of Furs or a Collarette or Muff. Set of Table Linen. Table Spreads. Last but not least one of those SOLID NICKLE i'he Daily Leader MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1897. Lof»l Time Table. Chicago, Milwaukee A St. f&alB«ilway, Wfetftfe took effect, Sunday, December 5, 1H!#7: THAINFL GOING BAST. Passenger, No. 4, depart* 11 :H) it. at. Freight, No. 96, depart* tf a. m. Freight, No. T-i, depart* ti::iO p. at. THA1NK GOING WEST, vVay freight, No. 97, depart* 4:15 p. m. YUAI.Ng Fllom TUB BAST. t'asnecgcr, No. 1, arrive* 1:00 p. m, Freiifht, No. 95, arrives -J.4" p. in. Freight No. 73, arrive* 5::) a. m. TKAINS rKOM TUS WIST. Freight, No. 98, arrive* in :4) a. m. AH thft above train* carry passengers bnt -eights only when pii*«en) ers are provided with «ickcts. Passeacer trains sroing east make connection at Kuan for all points south. MA1XHON & WRIBTOL IlWlt. No*. 2 U and '-M. run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, only, leaving Mudifon, north. at4:l(lp. ID.: arriving at Mnclttun lit :»:.' p. ni. No*. and SU mn Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdiiy*, only, leaving Miulison, north, ut •Jl a. m. arriving at Madison at lo:.r0 a.m. K. •). lloLMUS. Local Aicent. HE CITY. I.OCAL HUKVITIKH ]g»r for I L^, Mo- Urank Maloy WHS a paseen ti5ioax City. Holiday prices on ruflt at Gillivray's. D. D. Iloldridge, E-*|., leturned from court at DeSmet. Smyrna, Wilton, Moquetaad far rags cheap at McGillivray's. Wheat in local market, No. 3,68 cents No. 2,72 flax, $1.00. Conductor Peter Hooval and wife went to Jackson for the holidays. Bargains in fur, Moquet, Wilton and Smyrna rugs at McGillivay's Holiday prices. Editor Dowdell and wife of Artesian went east to spend Christmas in a family reunion at Maron City, Iowa. Ginder Brothers are setting up to-doy tbir elegant new fixtures for their meat market in the Anderson building. |(Arrivals on the evening train train: Geo. R. Farmer from D^ll Rapids, Augusta Allen from Colman, and Hon. Jos. Powers of Wentworth. Express Agent Dick says the holiday business done through his oompany ^fB even greater than last year whioti indi o ites a pleasurable thought for many. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Sweeney of How ard were morning passengers east to Dubuque, Iowa, to visit relatives during the holidays. Mrs. Alex. Camgcon-of Artesian was also a pa^senger^for Lu verne, Minn. The Uniuersity Circle met last IVM- ing with a good attendance, and went through the assigned program, only two THEY SAY CHRISTHAS will be here the 25th of this month and what wiil we get for our wives and children. Money is so scarce. Let us help you out this year by advising you to get something for your family ai|d friends that will be useful something they really need. If you will select some of the following articles they will say that's just what 1 wanted. will find i,ooo or more very useful articles. Don't cost you anything to come and look them over. W. L. Miller of Waubay, with his wife, ajrived on a visit to bis brother-in-law, J. A. Davis. The Alton, 111., Daily Republican of December !), in giving «n account of the dedication services of the new $20,000, Presbyterian church of that place, says of a former Madison pastor. Rev. Dr. Wolff, S. D., the enccessor of Dr. Gordon in the pastorate, addressed the All kinds of meat—turkeya, obickene, game of all descriptions, fresh and salt water tiah—all for Christmas dinners, at John iSchultz's market. Fruits of all kinds can be procured at •Jenks it Cross'. This is the place to buy the best for Christmas. Neckties for all. A pair of Tapestry Curtains. A pair of Lace Curtains. A Bed Spread. Cashmere Dress. Dress Goods from 5 cts. per yard. A Set of Dishes. A 4 piece Glass Set. A Chamber Set. A Water Set. Beautiful Lamp, Chiua Cup and Saucer. Fruit Plates. Celery Tray. Teapot SAVINGS BANKS for only 75 cents. J. J. FITZGERALD. of the assignments being missed. The next meeting, owing to the holiday sea son, will be two weeks from last uight. congre gation. Dr. Wolff, always a favorite with Alton audiences, has lost none of his old-time power and eloqueuce in the pulpit, lie, too, like Dr. Gordon, con gratulated the church on the beautiful sanctuary they had built, and likewise recalled incidents of his pastorate in Alton, both humorous and pathetic. He theu passed to his subject, which was "What this church stands for," and a most masterly and comprehensive ex position it was, eloquent with truth, in spiring ond uplifting in every sentence. It was a grand address, worthy the famous orator and the occasion it com memorated. The Last Week SCHOOL BOARD OUJfcCTED. Teachers at Iron Mountain, Mich., At tend Too Many Social Affairs. MILWAUKEE, Dec. 23.—A special from Iron Mountain, Mich., says the school board of that city has decided that many of the teachers are giving too much attention to the affairs of society and has called a halt in the form of a resolution that was adopted requesting teachers to refrain from attending dances, parties and other social enter tainments held upon evenings preced ing days upon which school is to be in session. Free Fills. Sendryour 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 you of their merits. Thes 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 every deleterious substance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to siomach and bowels greatiy invigorate the system. Regular size 25 cents per box. Sold by C. H. Wood, druggist. When bilious or costive eat a Cascaret oandy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10c. 25c Prosperity conies quickest to the man whose liver is in good condition. De Witt's Little Early Risers are famous little pills for constipation, biliousnes, indigestion and nil stomach and liver troubles. of oar great Auction Sale. Every Mtiele goes to the highest bidder. Come early Us our stock is getting thinned out rapidly. Remember we also have a private sale every day a. m. I© §$0 p. m. and from 5 p. m. to 7:30 p. m,, at which time we will offer for sale our entire stock of Toys, Games, Cards, Fancy Goods etc., at cost. These articles are too small and num erous to sell at auction. Come early aud get first choice. FIIANK SMITH C. H. Wood. mtlT TVRGET WE tTVE IIWflY FREE THE BEAUTIFUL 512 BOLL JflH. 1/98. Last But Not Least CHICAGO on all iiim from date until QJWSTMAS. NECKTIES AND MUFFLERS. Our stock of NECKTIES and MUFFLERS for the Holiday Trade is on hand and we must say that it is the largest, prettiest and most unique line of Fashionable Neckwear for men we have ever shown to the people of Madison. We do not know of anything more appropriate for an ECONOHIC XMAS PRESENT for gen tlemen than a correct style, handsome design SILK NECKTIE or HUFFLER. In more expensive articles we would" suggest DRESS OVERCOATS and ULSTERS which [are selling at very low prices. DRESS GLOVES or MITTENS make very desirable presents at a minimum price. We have them in Kid, Mocha, Dog skin, Buck skin, Woolen, Cassimere and Jersey. That List of Gifts, is a puzzling affair at best. There's such an array of names and tastes and the chooser's wits are taxed to their utmost to suggest appropriate tokens for the holiday seasons. We'd like to make it easy for you. Perhaps tne suggestion below may be a help. We have everything that the fancy can suggest in the way of flUFFLERS, and at lowest prices. THE NEWEST STYLES, coloring, and patterns, in men's neckwear, and at the best value procurable anywhere. An unlim ited assortment in Imperials, Puffs, Tecks, Fout-in-hands, Club Ties, and the like. HOLIDAY PRICES LIZZIE GR1NAGER. v you are looking for sotne I |h thing fine, and also bar gains in China, Glass ware and Crockery, go to C. A. KELLEY'5. He has one of the finest assortments in town. NOBODY ever went amiss who gave an umbrella for a Christmas gift. Men's umbrellas, from 75 cents to $4, each in newest styles of handles and in leather cases. WHO EVER HAD too many handkerchiefs? A fine silk handkerchief or a half dozen fine lin en ones put up in a box would be appreciated. Gloves and Mittens, something both useful and dressy can be had in Kid, Dog skin Buck and Mocha at ridiculously low prices. The new shape in S. D. & CO. stiff hat at $3.00 is a becoming head dress and would be a desirable gift a suit or overcoat with C. K. & B, label would be prized by father, hus= band or brother. At our prices the purchaser gets them practically "for a gift." will be continued on all of our stock of Cfiinawaie, Glassware, Crockery, Groceries, Huts and candies. Give us a call and see for yourselves. THOS. CAREY. HALF PRICE CHAS. B. KENNEDY Presiden GRINAGER BROS. £\©l\ucrs TRADE MAP*. State Bank, J. H. WILLIAMSON Vice President. THE flADISON riadison, S. D. A GENKKAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED Farm Loans at LoW?st •^RATES^*-