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.«a HllwaahseA St. H»nlf^i|«k. -h' ,»«cl 9tt«4ay, „j* flulM MH* •*•*. rt,,fl e 8,hV V|||L October 2, l»W: Mo. 4. tapavta II -.(«»i. m. No. 7*, dtptfU liiMp.m. j.-reiun1* muMteoiaa WB«T, .. i,ei«bt,Ho.t7,d«p»rt#4:i5p.di. v w ij|re,K riuini nam hi •&». P" 'Vo. M,•«!*••«:« p. «. J" St NO. 78, arrive# 6:9) a. to. rrtij."1 Tlu«i«» 9MM vmtvt, tohl So.»», srwss W *0 a. i». 'If'fkMiww trslaa carry patenter* tni utn1' *r" P'o*»d«4 with tt MAOUO* BMaroL M«H. »«'r No. 801, depart* north, 4 :io n, i*ocai day. but on the other haml th»-re Lv. n1 as »»iiny ^roln bronchitis and more Ifreiii jiHonuionia. Many of the recent. from pneumonia have UMHII indi Lltlv lu»l to the grippe. Furthermore, I ],ySi iaiiH claim that the prevalence of with tl,e L!M1IISthat Lr.pl*' i,n,l consequent general |n-eak* iii"K °f system. causes an iu in mortality on all lines. Ill,, deaths from all disease* rejHrted .n .inl« r» 10 more than the day before. Ipuriii- the last four days, according to L, n utter of records of tho health de I jar tin lit, the deaths from all causes |lr,vi' lnit'ti *r»«W. PKATIIS FROM INFLI ENZA. ll^hU-rn t'alnlitlv* In T«rcntjr*lour Hoih kt Philadelphia. niii.Aiiri.niiA. Dec. ?l.—It is esti LJ«M1 betw«-en IVi.ooo 40.(kh in this city are MiflVring from di»ctors rejH.rt the epidt-mii ,:i tb' increase. At the lnard of hi-itlth -..riiu' the day six deaths were rejxirt^l have mrred widiin the pa.st I. irs directly due t«» grip}** and 1J L-i.er deaths were traced indirectly sine' cause IU*i* 'rts nveived from Eastern Penn Lvlrania and South New Jersey point to ej'idemic of the disease in those sec- —_____ SANY ILL IN WASHINGTON. Ii'tippe IMMVIui an Important f*srt in llt-allli ianilltluiin llirrr. W 111N «T N. Dec. -J4. Fr.-m the of persns contiv* ted with the villous government departments and i'ommcrcial houses who are ill it is |i «r iit that grip|H is playing an im :t«nt part in the present health con in Washington, of the r.pleyes t'f the government printin iv :'.72 were away ou sick leave dnr the day. and of the 'J.000 in the bn |r- u of engraving and printing Muw orted ill. M. Paul Has It Bad. M. PAt'l.. De«*. 'J4. -The gnppe is ['. ..te ]»revalent in St. Paul at present. lans estimating the numN'r of v. tims at There have been no th.s reMilting din»ctly from the dis hut the epidemic leaves the patient -ucli a weakened ftat»» and condition other disease's are likely to wt ii 1 cau^e fatal results. Twrnty iM-atli* in ItrtHiklyu. NKW YOICK. Dec. J.—The health an |t *'rities ot Hrooklyn rej»ort that dur the '.'4 hours preceding o'chn'k "J" u* "th-i from grippe and pneumonia tc rr««d. The number of cam's Is to "•wing rather than diminishing. Thoaaands III at Toledo. TOLEDO, 1'AIUS, 1).^^ 24. Following the series P' tiin-t crises over the Dreyfus cast*, fn' presidency itaelf i» likely to bo va mKI|j from the same cause. Already JfUH Brevet dossier to the oourt of It will also l»e corainuni Y,( Mine. Dreyfus and to M. Mor I the counsel tor Dreyfus. I AH. 11 her dispatch says that the court ('assHtion would not accept the secret unless it was also communicated Mornard, the counsel acting in 6 "uteres of Mme. Dreyfus and her •oand. UlOTINO AT TOULOUSE. yr"» Agitation ItaaalU »ullivan street, where he went by it0r lv C'hi, ,J m. i.'iit No. iff5*, dapartu north, io:bu ». n. M'iJi-niE«r No^ iiiM arrlvof. lii r,.a. srrlves, a'wp. mn. A««tt. L^.ALITN F. J. UOLMKS.L (iUlPPE IS KILLING MANY. I iiiv#*4',,n Incrraw In New York and KtMWhere, th* ygw Y»HK, Dec. 24.—The epidemic I if "Til1!"* still in marked pvidpnco, |Th~ir was one less death from influenza |intl»' troughs of Manhattan and th« lup'iix foi- tto« statistical day ending ut n- n than were reported for the previ- icw- 1HWJ. O.. D«\ 24.—The grippe has P»m»'d a secure foothold in this city mid *1! physicians are busy with it. While pt i linjiohsihle to estimate the numU*r y-asesthejr will ran into the thoii ^ands, M. FAL'RE MAY KESKHL •M«nt «»f I ho Prenrh Republic 1Tw**y of the Orrylua Trouble. the eitv is filled with rumors *1 'rle.tnist mid Republican plots, and F^1' talk in some circles goes even so far pt'i predict a revolution l»cfore New ar's. '*resid,«nt Faure has told his friends he in thoroughly tired and disgusted 'Ii tlie situation and wants relief from #t*ioi esHjuit cabinet quarrels and dan disorders in the chain 1ST. He is p'consulting with his supinators, iu 8ev'*l cabinet memlH»rs, as to e niust advisable course to adopt. GAINED BY DREYFUS. r",r"*M of tha I'rliwcr til* M»« i. Hoaalar. i Dec. 84.—The Paris corre wd..|,t of The Daily Mail says: The ^ruiiient has decided to hand the In irp of Pactlona. (\'0orders a ColII*Ion i'n""VSE, France. Dec. 14.- Serious L.' occur ml here during Coh' between tho prom ot ere of r«yfus and anti-Dreyfus meetings. WM1' l"r8()n8 were severely injured windows of a number of Jewish I"' were smashed. I K o o a a v a a k s o o a L],I:W YORK, Dec. 84.—Colonel Roose itK li®*1 to nearly 400 little Italians he Children*' Aid society's sohool in .j .'rfw •-'M 8De- ycitation. The children sang ahd •W h? 'iI went through the n the colonel tout his regiment. told them Auditor of Cuntoina at Havana. »f wafi ,N('TON'.^ec- 24.—The secretary war has appointed William Wat CubaH-!ltUi °f TtQm* ^counts for lV,"la' S,lr' Wa"" l"', f'f"J re?'ntly 'or- of the ofll natio1"11 tank, at connected with ''"yt ,f„l,: :rhaudl,orin ,he'r- Confuted by an Axiom. JNOW, children, I want you all to re the w.XU'tl,rC,e3^«°»ered «h«,™^^r"rU'1l'm', 308t"eeh0W "Why nut 'Cause Watch pots niver boiUk"— Brooklyn Life. The Seoul Independent ffSft that a recent CCUKUS of Korea shows a popula tion of o, 19H.24S, of whom 2,869,76? are maieij 2,8^8,481 females. Hud Ordinatce No. ion. anm!aiBdin,,l'C! 10 prevent of'MadiH. ih* rorn?^'." ^. Hnd •',a*e domwtlc ,n0,1 ,rlr e City council of V 'V city cr#on wfo "hall, within the corporate of the cit* of Madinon, «llfnll» '.'Li'.!!K".KlIlinltH \"tly *ny domegiir animal by cx- poaurc to ht'al or oold «r by .l'prlvation of food or water, or by leaving bitched n the open air niir nc rold weather nr •torm.or in the nighttime, »nall upon conviction te fined not exceeding iHtnijr-Hve .lollar* and all cwrta of proaecution. and ehall bu committed until the flue phall be pna Anyofflo-r flndint any *uch animal no maltreated or almacd may caune the tame to be »an-n care of and the charge* for nich care !fcall be a lien upon *uch animal and may be collected Ihervnn a* upon a pledire. Section •»'. That thl* ordinance »hall take effect and be In force from and after lu pareage, approval aiul publication. Approved th:t 4ib day of November, A D. lsyr W. £. DANIBLS, Mayor of the City of Maditun, 8. D. Atte*t WM. H\E, Auditor. Introduced and read a flr-t lime at a regular mi-i'ting of the city council held October 7th, If^fi, wa* given It* Mcond rending and adopted at a regular meeting leld November 4, 1H«IS. WM. KAE, Auditor. Ordinance No. I'M. To provide for licentitg opera bouee in the city of Midi*on, South Uakota. He It ordained by the city eojscil of the cltjr Ma.llaon: ecti'»n 1 That the owner, proprietor or manager of any opera houre within tue citj of .Mad »on where at.d opera* and theatrical* (.re halntuallr given, rt.all pay a licence of twent -five dollar* p« annum in the uanuer provided l«y ti.e ordinance* of thl* city. ection Any owner, proprietor or manager of any opera hou#c wltbiu till* city who i!iail cauce or permit nny thow, opera or Iheatricul periormance to be gixei, it, mth house without ing ilr*t taken out a ncetpe therefor in the nmnnrr provided ly tbe or.ltimice* of thl* city, haii lie deemed guilty of a violation of thi* or dinance, and upon c.in\ictkn thereol *hall be n .ed in an amount not exceeding ten dollar* and the i oh« of pro*ecutiiii, Mul clmll be committed Uliti. the |l:.e atxl co*t« are (u.iy paid, swiion^! That ah ordtna' Ce* and part* of ordinal.re* in ii.iln with the foregoing ordi nance are h«retv repenled. Tliat th:* ordinance *'iail take effect and be In frce from aud after ita passage, approval and publication. Approted thi* l'.'lh day of December, A. WM. KAK, Auditor D. W.E.IAN1ELS, Mayor of the city of Madl*on, 8. D, AttMt: Intn»dnei-d and given It* tlr*t reading at a reg uUr meeting of the city council li.-Ui November 4, 1 •»'.#» ad a *ecotid I me and adopted at an at'j-iurni'd regular meeting held Deceuilier l'.'lh, WM HAK, Auditor. Ordinance No. lr.'. An ordinance providing the manner in which the name ol auv *treet, av»'uue, alley or othef pub 1c piace ru:iv be changed or named. lie :t ordained by the city council of the city of Madison. v( iioni. That the namf of any street, aven ue, alley or otlior public piace within the limits ol the city of Mailifon iu »y be changed, or an street, avenue, alley or other public place within the limits of **i«l city having n» name, inty be named hy comp^yiug with the couilitions of tin* ordinance. e. tion That whenever a any Mft'ot, alit*y **r olhtsf public place or naming any street, aveuue or alley Vr other yublic place having no name within the limits of said citv, the city auditor shall publish a notice thereof as provided in the next section. .. Section :!. That the resolution mentioned in the last section shall *tate the name or names of '.he street or streets, alley or alley*, avenue or avenues, public place or place*, w hich is pro posed to be changed and the name or names pre posed to lie given to It or them, aud that nothing in this ordinance shall be a* a restriction against naming wr changing tne a ante of one or more streets, avenue*, alleys or other public piace*. by the *ime proceeding, that after the adoption of such resolution a* aforesaid, and in the manner aforesaid, and the aop'oval thereof by the major, the clt shall publish In the offlcial paper of the CUT. at least once in each week lor three week*, a notice thereof, which notice shall refer to such res. hi* tion and the date of its adoption and «pprov»l» and s. all state the name or name# of all ».f in« street*, avenue*, alley* and other public lar which i* proposed to be changed, and also name proposed to be eiyen to each "'reet, aven ue, alley or other public place, or if anv .. place shall have iu» name such notice '^allso 'title and shall state the name proposed to bt given thereto, and *hali notify all peVson* ha\ uig any lutere*t in and naming or changing o name, to appear at a meetlugotth.-cl rc«.un i ll either general or special, to be held, »nn tne time and place of tne holding of sneh meitink., and then and there be heard orally, or make and file objections In writing, if any they or an o them have such, to the naming or ,^| the name or names as rropose.ilusaidresolu Hon and that at such meeting an ordinance win b"Introduced naming or changing the name or name* aa In said resolution provided. Section 1. That at tne time aud place men tioned in the notice required by the preceding section the city council shall meet and consider an* ohiectlons tnade by any Interested property nwuer lf anv*here be. to the naming or chang ing the name of any *treet, vel,ut public place within said at*, ana any per* n nropoee'dtobe narn^l ortha name thereof pro-| poaed toJYity u?2fe*Sny valid objection to euch proposed name °r«« "ou!S. Thai after hearln* and considering Of dwd* in Lake county a certified copy which certifled copy shall be recorded at ln a bwk ln his ottlcc, and that after such lil.^and recording aforesaid, the register or !£?hall make a red i.ik line through the i ame '/iih«IIM!It av»• nue.a 11ey or public place, the of the thereby changed, ou the name of w hii naa'm ®n in^f M(kdt on nd the*different additions thereto In his ottlce. and ihall wriU! In In lieu of the old name the name to Ihirh tl e same has been changed, and aha) re£ t" the ordinance changing the same, and iiiMbiHik and page where llui same Is recorded, i ,H h. if anv street, avenue, allev or hH^ n'lace shall not have been previously public |»la d,,eds shall write thereon the"i!ame giveuf to 11, \viihout referring to said "section That this ordinance sha'l take effect aifd be force from and alter lta passage, ap proval and «MU« UU n ,h.. A. D. Approved this 1WD °*TW 'RDef DANIBLg| 18BS- Mavor of the City of Madiaon. 1 AMIMf. Getting Alone Well Together. "Can you oblige me with a sheet of paper?" "Yes." "And an envelope?" "Yes." "And a postage stamp?" "No, but here's 2 cents." 'jj^bank you that will do just as "Don't you want me to bring you a letter box?" "I'm afraid it will be too much trou ble. "Not at all. If you'll wait around here half a minute, I'll call up the postal department at Washington." "May I ask what for?" "I'm going to request them to put the postoffice on wheels and have it fol low you around." "How kind! I am afraid this package iB a little heavy for one stamp. Haven't you 2 cents more?"—Cleveland Plain Dealer. Caaght In a Box. "Why is it," he asked, "that beauti ful wfmen are always the most stupid?" "Sir," she replied, "am I to under stand that you desire to cast reflections upon my mental capacity?" "Oh, no!" he hurriedly returned. "I have always said that you were one of the brightest girls I ever"— But he didn't finish. Before he could do so he realized that he bad said the wrong thing and could never make it right.-—London Fun. So Way Out of It. "We are worried about Julia. She got out of a sickbed to go to the mati nee. "How could she?" "She bad to go she had a ticket"* Chicago Record. It oosts |625 a year to keep np the gilded coach of the lord mayor of Lon don. It weighs four tons and was built in 1767, long before carriage springs were in general use.- -%hs body hangs on four straps. When you ask for DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve don't accept a counterfeit or imitation. There are more cases of piles being cured by this, than all others com bined. m: COOK & ODER. Patronize The Madison Steam Laun dry, a home institution. They do better work than you can obtain from the outside laun dries, perfectly responsible, convenient for the customer, laundry can be delivered any time desired, any complaints satisfactorily adjusted, and everything can be made more satisfactory because deal di rectly with the propaietor, and besides it is a home institution. O. T. FULLER, Proprietor Comfort majority of the city council shall by a resolution determine that the public Inierest, convenience or nece**lty would be lietter *erw by changing the name of Reaches the homes of vast numbers who buy COAL from me. You'll save money by buying now—coal is cheaper, cleaner and more satisfactory in every way. I am ready to fill your orders at any time. I do it so quietly that you'd never know it had happened but for the coal you'll have in your cellar. No trouble, no annoyance. Come and order what you wish. G. R.JVEDDER, Cut Elevator kiC." COAL. HUBBELL BROS. i Are the only dealers in town I that sell Lehigh Valley i hard coal. This coal is 3 BRATED 'councl^and* there CELE- TRY A TON. They also handle I SPUNT HOOKING and ILLINOIS Give soft coal. them a call, 'PHONE 53-2 BIlBJIiltllllMHRUlUfiUiDIIUKQBliltMBi^ Telephone No. 31 Will place you in communi cation with the S. Y. Hyde Elevator Co., where you can have orders for Coal promptly filled. They carry the very best grades of Hard and Soft Coal, and customers are al ways pleased with weights and measures. Winter contracts solicited. Prices the very low est. Free delivery to any part of the city. Wit. FINTZEL, Local Agent Heaey to Loan I at lowest rates, no red tape, you sign papers and get money,-principal and in terest payable in Madison. A. G. SCHMIDT. A YEAR ROK ONE DOLLAR. As Mod aa a Dally at the Price af a Weekly. 'he Spanish-American war THE THRICE-A-WEEK WORLD proved its great value by the promptness, through ness and aooaracy of its reports from all the soenes of important events. It was as useful as a daily to the reader, and it will be of equal value in reporting the great and complicated questions whioh are now before the American people. It prints the news of all the world, having special correspondence from all important nnws points on the globe. It haa brilliant illustrations, stories by great authors, a capital humoi page, oomplete markets, departments for the household and women's work and other special departments of unusual interest. We offer this unequalled newspaper and THE LAKE COUNTY LEADER for 81.G5. The regular subscription nnoe of toe two papers is 82.00. Have You Heard the Story Of the man that got a feather in his throat and was "tickled to death?'' Here's a case about a man who learned how cheap Tom Carey sells Groceries and was sim ilarly afflicted. This case, how ever, was not fatal, we are pleased to say. It's a mistake to sa^ you can't afford to buy your table sup plies from Tom Carey. It's true, his goods are the very finest and freshest that money, skill and ex perience can procure, but his prices nevertheless are in many instances lower than you pay elsewheie for inferior goods. TOn CAREY, Is the Busiest Grocer in Town Delicate Children They do not complain of anything in particular. They cat enough, but keep thin and ale. They appear fairly well, have no strength. You cannot say they are really sick, and so you call them delicate. What can be done for them Our answer is the same that the best physicians have been giving for a quarter of a cen tury. Give them SCOfl'S EMlSlM of Cod-Liver Oil with Hypo phosphitcs. It has most re markable nourishing power. It £ives color to the blood. It brings strength to the mus cles. It adds power to the nerves. It means robust health and vigor. Even deli cate infants rapidly gain in flesh if given a small amount three or four times each day. 50c. and ft.oo all dmeeists. SCOTT & BOWSE, Chemists. New York, Priceless" Pain u for the large amount of heat and small per cent of 1 ash to the ton. If ft price can be placed on pain, 'Mother'* friend' worth ita weight in gold aa an allevi ator. My wife suffered more in ten minutes with either of her other two children than she did al together with her last, having previously used four bottlesof' Mother's Friend.' It is a blearing to any one expecting to become a aether," says customer. Thus writes Henderson Dale, Druggist, of Carmi, 111., to the Bradfield Regulator Company, of Atlanta, Ga., the proprie tors ana manufacturers of "Mother's Friend." This successful remedy is not one of the many internal medicines ad vertised to do unreasonable things, but a scientifically prepared liniment especially effective in adding %trength and elasticity to those parts of woman's organism which bear the severest strains of childbirth. The liniment may be used at any and all times during pregnancy up to the very hour of confinement. The earlier it is begun, and the longer used, the more perfect will be the result, but it has been used during the last month only with great benefit and success. It not only shortens labor and lessens the pain attending i*. but greatly diinin-: isMes the danger X*, life of both mother and child, and lea* the mother in a con dition more favorable to speedy recovery. Mother's Friend is sold by druggists at $1.00, or aent by express on receipt ol ^Valuable book for women, Before Baby is Born," sent free on application. INI BRA0FIEIA U8UUT0R CO.. Atlanta, la. A Cool and Refreshing Glass of BILLY'S s DR. F. N. PALMER, DENTAL SURGEON. Office over Daly Maekay ban* MADISON SOUTH jDAKOTA. FARMER & FARMER, ATTORNEYS COUNSELORS AT LAW N. D. McGILLIVKAY. RUGS! RUQS! RUGS! for the holiday trade. Dewey Rugs, Hobson Rugs, Battle Ship Mai ue -Rugs and many others too numerous to men tion. Also a lot of other ^useful novel ties suitable for Christmas presents at N. D. McGILLIYRAY. 1 Our Holiday Goods of FINE CHINA, BEAUTIFUL Glassware & Crockery make desirable and appropriate gifts for both old and youn£. at prices in the reach ol All. Please call and examine our line. V. MINNEAPOLIS BEER Syndicate blook BODEGA. Choice Liquors and Cigars. W. F. GI0SSI, flADISON, Mustering Out OF STOCK a lot ol goods which will be seasonable for our customers for a long time yet. We have a tine line of Cloaks, Jackets and Wraps which will be needed these cool evenings and in them are good values and especially good bargains. Our new fall and winter dress goods are now in 6tock, including the very latest styles and novelties in pattern and in this line we can assure our lady customers that they cannot help being pleased. We have also received a complete line of Shoes, suitable for little chaps, strong shoes for sturdy boys, stylish shoes for their fathers, dainty shoes for little girls and misses, elegant shoes for their mothers, good shoes and low prices for every one. Our stock of hats and caps is especially well selected, embracing the latest shapes, and we are prepared to please our customers in this department. In the line oi Groceries, we offer a fresh stock, new and well kept, and only invite inspec tion to convince buyers that we can serve them best in this line. Thanking our friends for their liberal trade in the past, we solicit your orders for the fall and winter months. RESPECTFULLY, J. A. Johnson. $ "fr a -fr if C. A. KELLEY. Is Always Ready at s. A. EI. Vmoum «s in aent and i«t npoa ?A a Bring it in! Bring it inl If you have any land to sell bring it in and 1 will sell it for you in short order, i A. O. SCHMIDT. MADE ME A MAN AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CURB IHwawt Tailing MMT orr, Inpotmcy, 81—plenw. «U.. mwi by Abas* or other EXCOMM AND India* er*U*a% JJf* quieMw and rector* Lost Vitality in old or ronng. and amanforatady, batinea or marriage. rat Inaanitj and Oonanmption is»t cored tko«andaand willeare yoo. Wa (ifa a itiw written gnarantaa to affect a care »»ch or refund the money. Prioe it TheirgM^showa Immediate (mprovi Impr whara all othar fail_In the gennine Ajaz Tab lata. sofifsl ixtckim or aiz pksea (fall treatment) for |U). mail. In plain wrapper, npoa receipt of prioe. rveolar AJAX REMEDY CO., \BCrtf* Ver aal« la IMtltn, .D. kjr F. G. (SMITH, Ursggtat.