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gains 24 price $i.5°- price PAIRS men's & boys' shoes regular To c,ose they are 4AlllHUN. DAKOTA. j-, l»A V. I KMHUAKY 1H, 1898. Kofftl Table. iotd.j. i»«•*•«»*' ,V'T: ,A*T ,,.f «o. I. "1.PMM d.-p»rw Nil. 74, ,1. i. irtf ». THAI*" W1*T, N ,N- iM rnom IM« L.rriet.No 1. .\i, arrive* 6:.* TKA1HK FHdi *M« W..T No J*, »rri»*» 1": m- 'r: ho»c tr.int C»rry bci LiVon.y p»»M»cert pro»ll.d wlifc ',„etr r»i»» joitir It'i V r».i poinWiouth. a run Moiidnyc, W cdnr»UM *n»l ny l.nTiiu' borth. lt M* Hcon st ». »I,1 -.11 I :ON Tu«-#rt»v*. Th,ir..1»yp. .1.,,. irsvn^ Mmil.mi. north, at rriu'i.k' «l Mart 1*011 *t r. .1 IKiLM K*. Local AK.nt. THE CITY. MM'*!. HKKVITIKM. Frank It. Aiken retunwd ulies of St. Thomas cburch will usket social at the residence of 1 Mrs. J. (j. C.dlinar, Mondity .next, to which the public is y invited. IHI train has been oharteml by ekahs of this city to leave here at for Howard where a new liebekah's will be instituted tlin Madismi sisters doing the lhe train will be at their cuiu return at their pleasure. ice will Iks given Monday night -Mabunio Temple under the '•*fthe C. K. S. to which all .their familieB and friendn are There will be dancing, t'HliiiieiitH. A jfootl tint* fat »n Admiiwion ceDte. 'llowuij program will be jjivenat itii-iil Kquahty club thi-» evening K. church: lieuitatioti, MIHH paper, M188 l)H»little munic, II il)l»«U recitation, MIHS lieards isicr, Miss ('hriHtenaen pa|»er, '•irton music. Miss Wheeler. l'r"Krurn will LHJ followed by a abort '-""H meeting. •r 'lute, I ][on. (J»o. A. Mathews -^oiuluy afteru-jou io Huron in "tidu with (eneral Taylor. lie ^l',r"ey for Chas. F. Allen in the l»'iift«id case which will be tried term of the circuit court for ()"nty which convenes Tuesday. il'Aaniitier Taylor will be aub- 1 'J the defeuse. treasurer Berther ia taking in VU) to four thousand dollars in 'we days, having already taken w this month. Perhapa 120,000 lH 18 ^Hc't taiea but the fact that the 18 °omiog iu ig what pleaaea him. •'0ts to receive about a thousand «ilay from this on to the eud of '""nth. M'it court ia not progreaaing very *ith the oalendar though doing u'Hr, Work all the while. The oase 'ianellii vs. Thos. Ferguson re- of n,«v^iot for plaintiff in the HM ^°'la Hoar vs. H. A. llart i,Ul rHll't M. liutts, oouBtable, was IUolion of plaintiff on pay- v» 'erins. In the case of the ftrry Hurley the jury could 'i i.Wfta disohargeii by the to-dJ0urtLh«- ^eeu mainly oo «t a W .vv',th the caae of the state 'i l'r»tfor, ni. in what ia known i \»»_ .,l cow-atealing oaae, for w ... •wmiiUK UHW, •\ieaao Jam a# tasf in fcoing at PAIRS men's & boys* shoes regular $1.75- To close, A few pair regular price $1.85 at ^6 PAIRS regular price $2.00 at RAE DAILY LEADER to /alls. i\rattier *Wt to FiMldrRU and dn). ilmmtho evening tram: J. H. .ml wife, A. K. Clougb, frank Mr*. Yidal. young married people had all Jatife in the city hall l«et even it twenty couples being present. ••retnen will give their "hard -Miince at tl.e'r hall this evening the public IH cordially invited. wo week's old child of Mr. and^ ms I'hill.pe near Katuona died 0. the funeral taking place to- v/ Ladies' Fine Shoes at Prices Below what Other Dealers can Buy Them.^^^^ For nn Iri.li I'nlrtrnllf. Losixts, Feb. IH. When tho debate of the address in reply to the queen's speech was resumed in the IIOUMJ of commons Mr. billon, chairman of tho Irish i'urliamentary juirty, moved an amendment in favor of a Catholic uni versity in Ireland. The motion was seconded by Tim- thy Harrington, Par uellite. U tnrtlMl Wifa Not Oaltty. HiNK, HI., Feb. Is.—Mr. Emma J. liaptiste, who has been on trial for the K'tiwitional mtirder of James liap tiste, a well known telegrapher, who for buveu years recognized her as hit wife and then discarded her to marry a variety actress, was acquitted by tnj jury on the ground of temporary in* sanity. DEATH Of Frances E. Willard, head off IH* W. T. U. nl The Dally teller. NKW YOKK, Feb. 8.- Frances E. Wil lard, the noted temperance worker, died at the Hotel Kinpire late last night. Miss Willard had beeu ill for some time, suffering from cancer of the stomach/ Her physicians ordered rest and quiet several weeks ago and she retired to the Hotel Kinpire where she passed away as above stated. 4 on»uitittioii Powltlvelj I'uerd Mr. f\. U. (Ire«ve, merchant, of Chil htnvie, Va.,certitieH that he had consump tion, wan given up to die, nought all med ical treatment that money could procure, tried all cough remedies he could hear of. but got uo relief spent many nights setting up in a chair was induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery, autl was cur ed by use of two bottles. For past three years has been attending to business, and says Dr. King's New Discovery is the grandest remedy ever made, as it has done so much for him and also for others in his community. Dr. Kings New Discovery is guaranteed for t'oughs,! old and Consumption, It dau fail, trial bottles free at C. H. Wood's Drug Store Kldnry or Hladder Trouble* Any of the above complaints or too scanty urine are surely and speedily cured by "Dr. Fenner's Kidney and llackache Cure." Hed wetting by chil dren is generally cured by one lottle 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 Madiaoc. Mold Stored Grain. LITCHKIKLI, Minn., Feb. 18.—The jury in State vs. Hnkreide for disposing of wheat in storage iu his elevator prior to the failuro of Harris & Huk reide brought in a verdict of guilty of grand laroeny in the first degree. Sen tence was deferred, on motion, till the first day of the next term of court to enable the defendant to make a motion for a new trial and to prepare a bill of exceptions, the state concurring in the motion. Wanted.—Traveling salesman to sell moot complete line of lubricating greases specialties, etc., on the market. Liberal terms to proper party. Address, the Atlantic Refining CNk* Cleveland, Ohio. A thrill of terror is expereinced wheh a brassy cough of croup sounds througn the house at night. Hut the terror soon changes to relief after One Minute Cough Cure has been administered Safe and harmleea for children. M. ROZINSKY, has purchased a line of Ladies' Fine Shoes which he will s-11 at shockingly low prices. Sizes from 1A to 5. They will be sold without delay. Come at once and make first selection*. They are going like hot cakes. FRANK SMITH On* Minute Cough Cure, cuiif* That Is what It wU nada for. CHEAP CASH STORE, 2nd door north Kaufman's Clothing House. D. flcKINNON'S SHOE DEPARTMENT. THE MAINE Will be Raised—Cause of Disas ter Still Unknown. Special diftpatrh to ihf Daily Lender. \V.VHHIN TON, Feb. ^1S, 2:.J3 p. m.— IJoth houses of congrens passed a res olution appropriating two hundred thou sand dollars for raising the Maine. Lit tle news has been received from Havana to-day. Ninety seven corpses have been reoovered. Nothing has yet developed indicating the cause of the disaster. Children and adults tortured by burns, aculdi, injuries, eczema or skin diseases ma* secure instant relief by using L)e Witt's Witch Hazel Sa ve. It is the great Pile remedy. Long Timv Married. CORDOVA, Minn., Feb. 18.—Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hess of this piace have celebrated their 6.3th wedding day. They are pioneer settlers, aged and 64 respectively. Children, grand children and great-grandchildren helpe the festivities along. To Katahliali a Witlliai llnoiu WINONA, Minn., Feb. 18.—At the in stance of five of the woman's clubs of the city, a ladies' meet.ng has been called to perfect an organisation to es tablish and maintain waiting and read ing rooms for the wives and children of farmers coming to tne citv Hue k I in N A1-111cA Halve. The Hest Salve iu the world for Outs, Bruises, Soree. Ulcers, JSalt Kheu.n, 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 perfeot satisfaction or money refunded. Prioe 2*i cents per box. For sale by C. 11 Woid. Whooping cough is the moet distress ing malady but its diuation can be cut short by the use of One Minute Cough ('ure. which is also the best known remedy for cr.^up and all lung troubles. After Inventory Clearance Sale! A Farewell Sale of all "SLOW SELLERS!" prices knocked to nothingness. Shoes of highest standard for Men and Women. Every price a revelation in economy. Huge lots of dependable, reason able Shoes at fractions of regular prices. To make a new record for Shoe Sales in the history of our store preparations have been under way for several jay5, and now we are ready. Don't let the following prices mislead you in thinking they are low grade shoes, such as are masquerading as "great bar gains" about town. Tis not so. Theofferings of this sale embrace shoes made by America's best manufacturers. 206 pairs Ladies Kid Shoes, some button, some $ .75 lace, some cloth tops, some kid tops, some hand turned soles, some welts. They are regular $2.50, $3.00 & $3.50 values. To make a riddance they .93 must go at ONE HALF THEIR REGULAR 1.00 VALUES. FRANK SMITH. To Draft a Currency Maaaure. WASHINGTON, Feb. IS.—Tho house banking and curreucy committee lias finished its hearing, and a subcommit tee, consisting of Messrs*. James T. Jlf Cleary of Minnesota, chairman G. W. Price of lllino.s, and John Murray Mitchell of New York, has been ap pointed to draft the general currency measure to be pushed ar this session. FKANK SMITH. Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Yonr Life Away. If vou want to auit tobacco using easily and forever, bo nnuio well, strong, magnetic, full of new life and vigor, take No-To-Bac, tho wonder-worker, that makes weak men strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days. Over 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bac of your ilruggist, under guarantee to cure, 50c or fl.00. Booklet and saatple mailed free. Ad. Sterling Bamedy Oo.,CMaaco or New York. a mac aa*K CNCAM or TARTAR aowoca DR. w CREAM BAKING POWDER Awarded HifhMt Honors, World's Pair 20 PAIRS men'&& boys' shoes regular $2.50 to close at $1.25 15 PAIRS men's shoes regular price $3.00 closing out at 1.50 A FEW PAIRS shoes $1. $1.25, 1.40 to close out they are going at ONE HALF REGULAR PRICE. FREE! FREE! FREE! O O O O O O ONE SET SOLID SILVER SPOONS, WORTH $5.50, to each subscriber of The Daily Leader. o This is the most valuable premium offer ever made by a newspaper in the northwest. The spoons are on exhibi tion in Frank Smith's show window where they can be examined by any body. The premium is appreciated and many of our subscribers have paid a year Tn advance and received the set at once. THE DAILY LEADER gives all the news, local and general, and is worth the subscription, making the solid silver spoons absolutely free. Our subscription list has been largely increased during the past 30 days, the very best evidence that the premium is regarded with favor by the ladies. The first distribution of the solid sil ver spoons will be made March 1, and according to our plan one solid silver spoon at the end of each sixty days thereafter. Do not delay in having your name placed on our subscription list. The opportunity to get a set of solid silver spoons free may not come to you again in a lifetime.