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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, November 04, 1898, Image 4

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REVIVES GERMAN INDUSTRY.
Large lucreaar shown In Kxports to tiie
United sialcs.
BERLIN, NOV. —Tlu* imperial statis
tical ofiice has issueil tables tv^tnlin^
German trade lor the lirst nine months
of the present year, which show a total
increase in exports of
r8.(1^9.000
marks,
as compared with It^DT. This is largely
accounted for by the increase in exports
to the United States during the third
quarter of the year, when the exports
totalled 88.100.000 marks, as compared
with 03.y00.000 marks for the corre
sponding quarter of 1S )T. The official
statistics indicate that Herman trade is
vrospexous and induslrv reviving.
IMS W.'igiin Works Burned.
RDI N N KAPOl-is.
Nov.
8.—The Lig
fac­
tory of the Thompson Wagon company,
at .St. Louis Park, southwest of Minne
apolis. was totally destroyed by tire
shonly after midnight. The loss is
alxut $200,000.
Htd Been Dead Two Weeks.
RtttXEL.vxPER. "Wis.. Nov. 3.—Heurv
Libbie. who lived alone on a homestead
of this city, was found dead in bed by
his brother. He had been dead about
two weeks when foundk
Muster Out IVnneMeauA.
SAX FRANCISCO. NOV. 4.—One hun
dred and seventy-five of the Tennessee
regiment who have been found untit for
service for one reason or another will be
mustered out under special orders tf
the war department.
LITTLE DANGER HERE.
Not Believed the riagtie Will Spread
From Cafes at Vienna.
WASHINGTON. NOV. 8.—The marine
hospital service has received, through
the state department, a dispatch from
United States Consul General Hurst at
Vienna, stating that three deaths have
occurred there from bubonic- plague and
that there are now only six cases in the
entire city and these are all hospital at
tendant.-. Mr. Hmt adds that the in
fection of emigrants is improbable. Dr.
Wyman. surgeon general of the marine
hospital service, says that no unusual de
lays to the landing at New York of im
migrant from Austria-Hungary are
"iiteinplated. The consul at the ports
«f departure will examine each emi
grant before he is allowed to go aKwd
ship, and if he conies from an infected
district his baggage will le disinfected
and ever.* other precaution taken
prevent the spread of the disease. In
no case will an emigrant be allowed
proceed if there is any reason to Itelieve
that he has been in contact with the in
fection. Dr. Wyman is of opinion that
there is little or no danger of the plaimtj
being brought to this eountry through
emigrants or otherwise.
New Ministry In Complete Aeeord.
PAWS. NOV. Pr* sident Faure ha-»
tri^n- the decree continuing the cab
imet formed 1 ^1. Dupuv. Dupu\
had a long conference with his col
leagues during the afternoon and
cussed Jill pending domestic and foreiy
-juestions. The
-mplete accord.
ministers reached a
LATEST MARKEL UK TORT.
Ouluth firain.
DULUTH, NOV. 3.
WHEAT—Cash No. 1 hard, 70Vac:
1 Northern. 07c No. 2, »4.4c. To Arriv
No. 1 hard, No. 1 Northern, Wc
December, 04^c May 63?£c.
Minneapolis Orain.
MINNEAPOLIS. NOV. 3.
WHEAT November, 64c Decernlx*r,
tc May, No. 1 hard, *)'j1
No. 1 Northern, No. Northern
ioiut C'itjr Live Stock.
S.oux CITY, Nov. 8.
HOGS—Market shad® lower, selling,
bulk
CATTLE—Market slow and steady.
Sfalesranged 10 for beeves ^.5)
U.05 for \Vest«'rns for cows
bulls, mixed for ntoekers and
feeders To for calve* and y«ur
lings.
Heceipts: llogrs, l.:W0 cattle,
Mt. Faal Union stock Yards.
SOL TH ST. Nov. 3.
HOGS—Five e.-nts lower than yester
day. Yards cleared to packers. Iiauge of
prices, fa.lOi
(ATTLK—Good demand for butcher
"•attle. Not iny here. Good etfjekers
steady common dull.
Sales ranged 0 for cows $2. to "i
l.w for Ktoclters: J.0J for heifers
"'-'j.-So fur bulls, §.i,ju(4.i.s0 for steers
for oxen.
SHKKP—-teiidy receipts
ems oinif East.
Range of prices, 4.25
for muttons.
Receipts: Hogs, 1.2U0
calves, iiO sheep, •).*00.
•were West-
for lambs
cuttle, 250
Chicago L'niwn Stock Yard*.
CHICAGO, Nov. 3.
HOGS—Opened steady to strong, turned
weak to 5c lower. Best heavy hogs weak
est.
Sales ranged $3.2?(T'MJi2]4 for light
Is for mixed $3.156'.:}.70 for
heavy %'•}. lo^y.oo for rough
for Yorkers.
A TTIiE—Steady.
."-ales ranged $4.00U6.00 for bMVen
|1.7o(t44.5'J for cows and heifers i2.75($
4.(KJ for Texas steers $3.50(5*4.50 for We#t
irns for Hteckers and feeders.
fcsIIEEP- Dull [email protected] lower than yes
terday morning.
Sales ranged $2.d0(§il.55 for natives
18.30^4.53 for Westerns $3.75(^5.05 for
lambs.
Receipts: Hogs, 30,Of/) cattle, 10,000
fheep, 14,0(».
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
CHICAGO, Nov. 3.
WHEAT—November, December,
a 0 7 May,
0i h-
(JO RX November, 33
331/4c May, 'M%c.
OATS November, die
Hy.c Mav.^oc.
1'ORK November, $8.05
§8.05 .January,
POCLTRY—Market for
Spring chickens, fie
©7c turkevs, ite.
SANTIAGO IS HEALTHV.
Ninety Per Cent Less Sicklies* Than ITstial
at Thf» Season.
SANTIAGO DE CUBA,
The leading Cubans are very anxious
to have their people return to work,
The
J" are preparing plans to be laid be
fore the governor that will enable uil I
insurgents who are willing to work to
get employment in building railways in
various parts ot the island.
and the whole world looks gloomy to him,
it is time for him to take medicine. Then,
when he is braced up a bit. it is time
enough for him to take to the bicycle.
When a man's nerves have an edge on
them, so that the least little disappoint
ment rasps on his temper like a tile, when
his stomach and liver and nerves are de
ranged. and he is continually gloomy and
melancholy, he should take Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. It makes a
man as hungry as a fisherman and «ees to
it that all the vital elements of the food are
absorbed into the* blood. It braces xip the
liver and puts it to work in the rij ht way.
It drives all bilious impurities from th®
system. It fills fle~h. nerve*, brain cells,
sinews and bones with the lite-giving ele
ments of rich. red. pure blood. It makes
a man healthy and then a bicycle will
make him strong. Medicine dealers sell
it, and have nothing "just as good."
Through your skillful treatment I am once
more a well man," wntes J. N. Arnold. Ksq., of
Garnly, Losjau Co., Neb. "I suffered for years
with coti tipatin anil torpidity the "liver,
irritation ol the prostate and inflammation of
the bladder. I took six Nettles of Golden
Medical Discovery and 'Pleasant I'cllct#' and
am permanently" cured. You have been the
means ot" saving my life."
A Cool and
Refreshing Glass of
BILLY'S
rubber
December,
December,
December,
live, dull
hens, 5c ducks, ,4
HITTER Quiet
83c dairies. l^Hl'^c.
tGGS—Firm fresh, 17}^S18c. i
Creameries. HQ
CITY
Nov. 8.—General
Leonard Wood, governor of the depart
ment of Santiago, authorizes the state
ment that there has not been a case of
yellow fever in Santiago city diving the
last 00 days and that the ordinary sick
ness during the same period has been
DO per cent less than usual at this season
of the year.
When you have
a sick horse you
do not hitch him
up to a sulky at
id
take him to the
race track for a
little healthful
spin. You doc­
tor him. You cannot
work or recreate a man
into good health any
more than you can a
horse. Bicycling
will make healthy
men more healthy it
will make unhealthy
men more unhealthy.
When a man has been
living in too big a hurry,
when he has worked
himself out. when he
has got so that he does
not sleep or eat. or rest,
MEAT MARKET,
JOHN SCHULTZ, Propyl
Keep constantly on hand full
line of
Fran am meats.
Fish, fowl and Game
in
season.
Eyran avenue.
Riniim
Real Estate,
MUt
w fS
LIVE 0HK JEWEL STOVE
FOR COAL OR WOOD.
This stove is the very best
IM.
••ADF. ftfE A IV! A
a
•. A i.\ PLAN s rcsm vw.v
cv,\.
-.«] o.-j, Iu: ic ef or. .-'.'Miosis. cU»5n •.
!rr*
A man or woman who neglects
constipation suffers from slow
poisoning Dr. I ierce's Pleasant
relicts cure constipation. One
little "Pellet" is a gentle laxa
tive, and two a mild cathartic.
All medicine dealers sell them.
No other tulls are "just as good."
I b| Ai/uw ot^«r 1": "«c« on-i Iri il
crettor.s, Thr•/
7je*.' Yi'a'.ity ii c! Cr ,r: i
tif I'lAa for study, bus'.nruo? tr.irriv.
v-Si'Cr JV-i :ty una Cousuiril i." r.
l'u»ir 3«r shw J-.ifcr-.'
a- iii.a a OUE wiiere othfr {...I 1.
»i»t 'Jiion having (n*nu:n*» Tn'ii' ls. Th-:
li^vo cur iJ th^u^M^nd^ nr.t wilicarejrou. 'AciN.moi
lt:v„ s- ritt^n •IUHVKIIKM tofffect n rt:ro lift
Mfhwuenr rf-tard'lia nun")'. I'riieWlli)i|.
*"»cku.*e or mi t-lca»» fuii %it i -r 5
Clihli. in LUIN vrrn r. I ,.C JTU-O. ircO'-.r
UVV
AJAX REMEDY CO.,
for N .I«* in 'ladnion.M.I. by
mi i i II. I»t nrslit
by McDQMLD BROS
011
i
th«'market. Air-tight con­
struction throughout heavy, durable fire-pot large ash-pit
close to tloor handsome burnished nickel trimmed.
When ordered for hard coal or wood, this stove has a check
register in the upper section of the feed-door when
for soft coal it is provided with a hotrblast down draft, which
is attached te the same section of the feed-door. This down
draft supplies the upper portion of the fire-pot with a con
stant current of oxygen. The oxygen becomes heated in its
descent and enters the fire-pot in a swirling blast, mixing in
stantly with the gases and smoke, and effecting a combustion
that consumes them, while it adds materially to the heating
power of the stove.
We also carry an immense stock of heavy and shelf hard
ware. The public is cordially invited to cull and inspect our
goods and get our prices.
W. F. GIOSSI, HADISON, S. DJ
STfljnp
ordered
MCDONALD BROS.
MINNEAPOLIS BEER
BODEGA.
Choice Liquors and Cigars.
iiiittiiill
Is Always
Ready at
Hway
Given
Queen City Steam Laundry will give a
rubber stamp FREE to any one whose
laundry shall amount to $1.00 or over. This
is an opportunity for every family to get a
rubber stamp with which to stamp their
own linens and save many mistakes and
losses- With each stamp is given a bottle
of indelible ink. Remember we put new col
lar bindings on shirts free. This offer is good
from September 15 to December 25.
LOUIE, AGENT. MADISON HOUSE.
free.
LAND
SEES DANKER AHEAD.
^Mtor Hour "Itn jn'rlnHum" la
KrnmrUu1l*
R( I:STI:1!. Ma--.. N"\\ —Senator
(i«'.r F. Hoar addressed a larp* and
enthusiastic audience here. Three him
dr«'l Republican leaders occupied seats
011 the platform. Alter referring to
state issues and the proposed acquisition
of foreign territory. Senator lioar said:
"The first duty of the American jx-o
jile is to themselves, and when I say
this 1 say i in no spirit of wdfishtiesH or
of indifference to the \vt lfare of man
kind. On the contrary. I lelieve that
the highest service tile American ]M'ople
can render to mankind and to liberty is
to preserve iuistaiii"d and unchanged
the republic as it came to us from the
fathers. It is by example.
aI1
,i
no
iruns or by bayonets, that th' ^r.-at
Work of America for humanity is to lo
accomplished. And, in my opinion, we
arelodayitiu gre.-it danger—a greater
danger than \v« have encountereil tinct
the ]»iltrriins land* at i'lvniouth. TIIH
daji _rt is that we are t*» be transformed
from a republic, founds on the Declara
tion of Independence, guided by the
counsels of Washington, into a vulvar,
commonplace empire, founded upon
physical force.
"It is said thai Port* Rico is already
ours. It maybe tin.: Porto Rico is to
become ours. lint there is no authority
under the constitution of the United
States to acquire any foreij^n territory,
save by a treaty approved by the senate,
by a two-thirds vote, or by an act of leg
islation in which the pmddent, the
house of representative!* and the senate
must unite."
Rich Coal Vein Found.
Sioux RAPIDS, la., Nov. 8.—W. ff.
Clark, while sinking a well on A. B.
Newton's farm. 10 miles northwest of
town, struck a vein of coal five feet
thick at a depth of 310 feet. The sam
ples hoisted are of a fair quality of soft
coal and the matter of sinking a shaft is
under discussion at present.
I'realrieut and Cabinet Will Vote.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8.—President Mc
Kinley will go to Canton next week to
cast his vote. All the members of tho
cabinet have likewise decided to go to
their horned to vote unless something in
terferes to detain them here.
More business men lose fortunes and
social standing by ill-health than all else
combined. Rooky Mountain Tea will
bring health and prosperity.
FRANK C. SMITH.
Many a household is saddened by
death because of the failure
to
Is the Basis of
and the demand for Lake County farms is increasing. if
search of a
Qood Home in
a Good Climat
whereSyou can raise Wheat, Oats, Barley, Corn, Flax, Potato*
in fact everything adapted to this latitude, and
•where you can successfully oarry om
Dairying &
Stock Raising,
and where your family will have the advantages of.
Good Society,
Good Schools,
Good Church Facilities,
then come and see me, and I will show you just what you want. If you|
ire renting land now, paying $3 to $5 per acre annual rental, I wil
show you just as good land and sell it to you at what you
will pay out in rental, where you are, in three years,
and will give you easy terms of payment.
If you want a good location in Madison 1 have such for you. A large num
feer of substantial buildings have been built in Hadison the past sea
[son and the city is steadily growing in population.
Correspondence Solicited.—
Chas. B. Kennedy
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA.
BB
Iron lri-
})V
keep on
hand a safe and absolutely certain cure
for croup such as One Minute Cough
Cure. See that your little ones are pro
tected Against emergenoy.
COOK
&
ODEE.
All
MtuvAi'KH, N\. •. 1 he iron ore riciclin»f mntt^r. I)»Wil
shipments from the (togebic. Vermillion Early lliper- will r-n.'
and Mesa he and other Northern mines trouble aod cure Sick HHUIH i.e. iiii
will practically cloae bv Nov. 15, for the Inactive Iiiv«r ami clear th«C
sens n. The output and shipments for plexion. Small, sugar c»
»ie season will be considerably greater'gripo or cause nausea.
inn thoM' of last Year.
We
altl
you
are
Constipation prefects the U*iy
"Let's chew this Instead."
There has never been any question of
rivalry about
PLUG
ft acknowledged by all to be
Its campaign has been successful Because
its forces have been irresistible^ Th^
forces are high qualityand
for a low price. In no other way
you get so large a piece of really £822
chewing tobacco for 10c.
Remember
Co4
Vfctoj*
large*quantity
the name.
when you buy again*

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