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lACKINTOSHES! great cut in prices on the goods. $12.00 garments, cut price 186.00. 8.00 garments, cut price 4.00. 6.85 garments, cut price 3.50. These are a line of garments we wish to close Lt so cut the price in the middle. nil pairs DAILY LEADER MADISOW. SOUTH DAKOTA. k 1 MONDAY. JULY S.. 1898. Le«*l TIB* TtfcU. tfiiwtok** A St. rMlMftHway, Which v'ci Sunday. Ii'C«rmber I*U7: «om« nor. No. *, d»p«rt» m. No. t*. dep*ru •. t' No. Vl, depart* W p. m. thai** eotM WMT, i .jtit, No. »7. a. nam til *•?. jet, So 1, »rrtT«» 4 p. m. No W. P o arrive# 5:.»». tn. THAI"* r*0« TBI W1»T. i No. S», arriTet !•:*»»«. m. 'ato*« tr«la» carry PHHIMII: bol in wbwn pro*ld«4 with trals* (OIBK «a»t AIHTOMITMM for all point* toutb. Aii«o" A amfrroL m«b. -, i|i irt* north, B'*: •r.iiii. ariivic fnun tn** I. jrth, 1"':W a Hi f. .1 llnl.MKS, LOMI Aint. Do Your FS NEED HELP? msutt the optician al h. Wood's Drug Store. I examinations abso utely free of charge. We carry a [full line of optical goods. HE CITY. LOCAL liRliVITIIIS. i I. Jacob* was a pasecntfer for Ktfnn. Mr. Fillmore returned frcrn rd. istuber laundry basket ut in the morning. (Hat/ of this oitjr hu ftoeived 'titmct to build the MV echool nt liryant. tary Kmher of the state Sunday 1 iiHtHicnition went west to Woon thin evening. Mitchell of Lester* Iowa, who 'en visiting his parent* here a few I returned home. A. C. Shepherd returned from Uftpiiis titid Dr. A. E. Clough went »"i. the evening train*, I' Koirlnnd and daughter Irma to-day for Omaha to ••xposition the rest of the week. I' ull departed for northwestern try IIIH persuasive powers on •f incliiu'd to come here and invest uth Dakota soil, v-Norton 'ux Palla Preee, 23: MIM jMttfo, ll*r of City Auditor Kae, of Medi ant yesterday between trains tu Storm Lake, Ian with "ill family. "iit« hVoliT "•Morse heard from his wife at lty' 1,1 e Saturday. The letter Mrs. Munro baa her upa and health there about as she had 111 'he whole she thinka her ,lundred and Bioyole l°es whioh HcKiitnoii'f^^ of SHOES in broken and sizes to close out at one half original rices. IT 101 USE cm feet of water-piping the Milbank are beixut sold attending to and watering the trees and magniticent suocess it. being had in se curing a good growth. J. J. Fitzgerald reoeived a telegram yesterday from the tish CDinmiHsi mer'a hgent at Sioux Fulls requesting him to kneet the agent at E^an to-day. Sup jpoeing that he has the tish with him with which to Btock up our lakes here, Mr. Fitzgerald gathered upa number of cans und seut them to Kjfun in charge of man. who returned this eveuing with the little tinheH, black b»8H, good big minnowH, winch were taken to both lukeH and turned into the water. Carthage News. A fast running rnce «HH pulled off yesterday at Howard between Serus' Mluckbuwk and a Maili son jumper. A host of Carthage sports went down to witn*sA the affair and to h»ok after the black's interests. It is generally understood that our boys phigfc'ed for the black with something tuore substantial than wind. The race was won hand* down by lilackhawk, he takir.i: the tirst and third heats. Our IK)) brought home a nice little wad of cut a result. A meeting was held at the M. E. chtircb yesterday nftemoon for the purpose of organizing a l^ike county brar.rh of the State Sunday School as sociation. C. K. Fisher, secretary of the t«tate association was present and direct ed the meeting. Dr. W. E. Daniels was elected president of the new county organization, Ernest Krueger, secretary, and J. C. Ilubbel), treasurer. Four vice presidents. whose names we coil id not learn, were elected from different parts of the county. It was planned to hold a county convention the second Wednes day in October and a program is being prepared for the occasion. The comity official mtee ball nine through its captain,-Martin Herther, is sues a challenge to the oflicers of the city of Madison, barring all special depu ties, members of the school board and tire oompamee, to play a matched game of ball upon the Madison diamond, August 1,1*'.*, at .1 p. tn., the same to oonMst of nine full innings, no change to be made in players on either side after the game ltegins. Survivors must finish the game, l'layers may change posi tions at no other time. Aside from these, the rules of the National League will govern. N. I). McOiltivray bae received a letter from lienlienson of the IJth Minnesota which indicates that the IK of the who ooaupied the M. E. it here yesterday morning Sand ,l*'d in the opera houae in the even* Wurned to Dell liapida. tlMe on the diamond will take Ht- P- n. to-morrow in thia city our local seoond nine and A "f ludH, from Dell Rapida. GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.™ This Department is especially complete. A fine line of WILSON BROS. SHIRTS for Men and Boys. Stylish ties in all shapes summer Under wear, socks, shoes, gloves, hats the latest shapes, have been laid in the Normal school "Prof, Aldrioh'a summer sohool at gr lUDds and 200 feet of hose additional Simpson Park is proKre*eiDtf uioely, a is used in supplying water to the young regular program of classes furnishing trees on the grounds from the city plenty of work for all, aud the pleasant mains, the city furnishing the water surroundings adding zest to the OOCHHIOD. free. A man is kept constantly at work The enrollment before the close of the J'S of that and other regiments at Chickamauga are not standing the climate any too well. There is talk of sending these troops home. He saye W a day are dying in oatnp and that in drill 1J*I dropped out ranks of one regiment, lie quot ed many individual instances of ollicere being sick and others resigning and going home, because they oould not stand the olimate. Mr. Benson tells also of a visit he paid to the top of Lookout Mountain and the magnificent view it affords and aleo of the finding of the name of Frank Fintzel of this city oarved In the wall of "Umbrella Hook," under which the latter stood guard one night at the time of the oapture of Lookout Mountain, and while standing guard there out bia name in the rook. He says that the lapse of time baa done muoh towards effaoing the name. Our Chautauqua management in ite oonduot of ite Summer schools might profit by the eaaniple furnished them by Supt. Aldrioh of Grant county, who in stituted a sort of Chautauqua Bummer achool and teachers' institute combined at Simpeon Park on the shores of beauti- *llAt '"'proved in general health. |ful~Big Ston* lake. Of the gathering, Herald-Advanoe eays: Shoes, in fact everything usually keptOin a at wholesale price. Remember *y*. school will probably reach nearly two hundred. There are at present namee eurolled from Biseeton, W'aubay, Web ster, Aberdeen, W'atertown, Clear Lake, Madison, Minn., and Todd county, Minn. Ou Monday evening Miss Crow is to give a stereopticon lecture and Prof, (iraham of the Mitchell university aluo lectures one evening this week. One of the attractive and interesting features of the school is practical work iu trigo nometry and surveying by Prof. Crane with une of instruments brought from the agriculturid college at lirookings, and also the studies in bacteriology, fer which a very powerful microscope has been s«?cured." With the added i.ttrac tionsof a Chantnuijua assembly think what a school ofthat kind might be made! ee farther and farther, never Mope until vou're well. That's what Rocky Mountain Tea does. centponly ^•mv •s 'The place where you can find everything you want at the RIGHT PRICE. Parasols & Umbrellas. and Cuffs, Hosiery in stripes and Piaids. This has been a great Carpet Season with us. We are receiving new patterns almost every week. We have a large assortment of Wilton Velvets, Body Brussels and Moquet samples to select from Mattings in new patterns, beautiful colorings and lowest prices lace curtains, fish net draperies, figur ed draperies, tapestry and den^mns, in fact everything to make your home fresh and attractive after spring cleaning. FUANK C. SMITII. RAN THE BLOCKADE. Brltlah hhlp Kegulu Taken I'atlMllM ml by the (.DDboat Hawk. KEY W'KST, July .'O,—The British •teamer Kegulas of about tons, was captured by the United States auxiliary gunboat Hawk, lit miles from SaRua 1» Graude, province of Santa Clara, and was brought here. She had lauded a cargo at S.i^ua la Grande and was coming out when taken. The Hawk hailed her by megaphone aud tuld her she was a prisouor for lea ning the blockade. No protest was made to this, and Ensign Schoiieid was put ou board with a priza crew. The Keguia4 was from St. John, N. U. OKDEKED FROM l'AKIS. Aa Arnerlcao Firm to fcupply as00,000 \\orth of Cleotrical Apparatua. CLKVF.LAXD, July 23. —The Walker Manufacturing company of this city has received cue of the largest single orders ever bookod by that firm. The order came from Paris, and was for equipment for 500 electric street This includes 1,000 trollers, 5oo trolleys and other details. The order will axnouut in value to over $500,000. Amoiat Probably r.i*||«rat*d. VICTORIA, B. C.t July 25.— The •teamer Garrone arrived here from St. Miebaeis. Her purser reports that her ltm passengers brought down closo to $1,000,000, but a talk with the passen ger* leads to the belief that this amount is exaggerated. IniiuaoM From Teiaa. GALVESTON, Tex., July 2o. The First regiment. United Status volun teers, Galve*tin immunes, have left for New Orleans. They will immedi ately embark ou the steamer Berlin lor Santiago. BRIEF BITS OF NEWS- The steamer Kalamazoo is reported to have been lost in Thirty-Mile river. At least 30,000 of the volunteers for the Porto Rico expeeition will be sup plied with the Krag-Jorgeuson rifles. A letter from Rampart City, in the Little Miuook district, Alaska, places the output of nine claims for the sea son at $1 IB,000. The Beach hotel, looated on the Gulf front at Galveston, and one of the leading summer and winter resorts in the South, has burned, entailing a loss estimated at from $900,000 to t&0,000. Insurance only partial. "I tbink DeWitt's Witoh Hazel Salve is the finest preparation on the market for piles." So writes John C. Dunn, of Wheeling, W. Va. Try it and you will think the same. It also eurea eczema and all skin diseases. COOK & ODEK, DeWitt's W licit Hazel Salvo Cures Piles, Scalds, Burns. the We have just added a CROCKERY DEPARTHENT to our store. When in need of dishes call and look ours over. ALL THE SHOPS OPENED. Bantlaffo la Qalet and BoaliMt I* Itlag K*aamed. SANTIAOO DE CUBA, July 23 —The city quiet and ordinary business is being resumed. From various points in the province Spanish troops continue to arrive daily and are sent to camp to await embarkation, the date of which has not yet been decided. General Wood, the military gov ernor, has ordered all the shops to open and hereafter there will be music in the plaza every Sunday and Tnursday. The Cuban s are protesting aga'.ngt the continuation of Spaniard* in offi cial positions on the ground that the conquered are vested with authority over themselves, who are the altiefe of the United States, the conquerors. They contemplate addressing au offi cial protest to General Shafter. IMIIa'bnry'a Mumflcrut ltequ*at. MiNNE.utfi.is July By the will of tho late George A. Piiisbury over $300,WJ is bequeathed to various be nevolent institutions. TVe iur^L-st sum, |^j0,0CK.», poes to Pilisbury acad emy at Owatonna, this state. Girls if yon want red lips, laughing eyes, sweet breath, good health, use Kooky Mountain Tea. National I'.nrimpairni. Tfl? Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul railway company will sell tickets to the National encampment, G. A. 1J. at Cin cinnati, Ohio, September to 1\ at one regutar tirst class fare plus 8*2, for the round trip. Good work horeee for sale on time and reaeonable prioee. OHA*. B. ,VMcars. i Hazel Salve was worth to him. 1* cured hie piles of ten years standing. He advises otherst try it Italsocures eczema, ekin diseases and obstinate 'JEt. place is u FIMNK C. SMITH. KFAXKDV 350 acre stock laruj i«.r snTe at a bar gain. lH'ated ou Lnke Ma*'.!»oii. 130 acres improved, alnmt '20«i acr^s feuced, one of the best barns in the county 40x 1"0 feet. Small i.ous well etc. W*r«te or inquire of CH.\. B. KIXSKOY. Madison. S. D. The Chief Burpee* of Mileshurg. Pa. says DeWitt's Little Early liise*-:? are the beet pills he ever used iu his family, during forty years of house keeping. They cure constipation.sick headache and stomach and liver troubles. Small in size bat great in results. COOK & ODF.K. E C. Blanks, of Lewisville. Texas, write® that one box of DeWitt's \Vitcb COOK & ODES. HY NOT w ia PATUOXIZE FULLER & THOIPSOK OF THK MADISOM, Sleaiq Laundry? They do excellent work. Do not send your work away from home when you cau get better service at home. Fuller & Thompson. piartiann House oorner^of Egan Avenue 3 |, and.CeuterJ Street. GEO. FRANCIS, Prop. 1 A comfortable home for the travel iu puliik. A Cool and Refr««bing Glass of BILLY'S People are being tortured almost to death by wearing Uncomfortable Shoes in hot weather Life is too short to be thus living in misery We have all kinds of Shoes for.Comfortland Ease as well as for Style and Durability. We have a large line of Ladies' and G-ents'iOxfords, Ten- FIRST CLASS SHOE STORE. at. J. LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS,US in Dimity, Percale and Print at prices ranging from 25 cents to $1.50. Ladies* scarf ties in stripes, taffeties and satin Ladies' string and bow tie®. WE ARE SHOWING^ I an immense line of Organdies. Dimities, Madras cloths, Percales, Gingham, DottedjSwiss and Mulls with beautiful Lace and ribl»onsjfor]trimniing. The last call for Potatoes. Will pay 25c to 35c perbu. We need a few more to'ffff the last car. for sealing your FRUIT JARS. TFN fFMTQ By using Paraffine Wax you will never have any fruit spoil. Call in and receive a pamphlet [about this fparaffine. You can use it to good advantage for a hundred different purposes around the house. Quick flea!. Safest, cheapest, and best gasoline stove on the market at is the only perfect thing you can use worth will seal WI-fl 1 w dozen quarts easy. CHRIS. SCHUTZ, CORNER DRUG 5T0RE. w w w w w y w w w MINNEAPOLIS BEER A THOS. CAREY, THE GROCER BODEGA. Choice Liquors and Cigars. W I 0 5 S I 1 A I S O N S Is Always Readv at Is pleased aunounce that he i- nnv r» ct iv ing his new Sprint: Stock of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, fresh, new «ul nice* His stek comprises everything in the line. He makes a sjecialty of the Grcn^ery husi ness and is able to thoroughly please hie cus tomers, loth in quality^aml "price. THOS. CAREY. IUICDONALD BROS. We still haye:a few pairs ol sample PAHLA& CO- 4.