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MaBWWaMMMWSIWMWI D. McKINNON. STERLING 5ILVER THiriBLES Reduced to 10e Each Sizes 6 to 12. dozen of'em. On ly 3 to each^cus tomer. 20 C. H. WOOD'S Jewelry store. HE DAILY LEADER TFADIHUN.eOUTB DAKOTA. IFNNTSDAY. DKUKMHKK -*.I. 1808. THE CITY. I.OCAL BREVITIES. *)"J, tlnx 06. muv performer it lb* ffledioiue .)* tfrtturilii)- night* Wood ati\i tig contest At the medicine )La* SiUurdny night. C. H. Kennedy weot to Sioux Fall^ ^r.d will return to-morrow. Pct-T Mampe went to Pipe*tone for f* Uys vi«it with friends. Two tfohl watohee given away *1 the 'ilii-me show Saturday night. HOT. Dr. Stmnafelt was a Hieuz FaJli s^iiiCer on the morning train. Mating to-night of the Catholio total ^betiheiioe society at Odd Fellows hall. D. A. Atkin, brother in-law of Kev. A. Shepherd, departed for Des Moines, |o*a. Mrt*. J. K. Bell and son Earl were do "tureaforBio, Wia* to visit relatives faw weeks. Board of eduoation meets in regular bonthly aeaaion at the clerk's office to lorrow evening. Mra. Frank E. Soott of Erwin, who lIn* m- attend the Burnett- Marqnart N'liug, is the guest of Mrs. Peter Mar 1'iart. Tli» ladies' aid eooiety of the Baptist |^irch will meet with Mrs. Glover Fn I") Hft«rnoon. Refreshments served. I welcome. Ihose who are furnishing for the Ma °Q0Hiipper aro requested to have the 'fovinion ready eo that it oan be ool during the forenoon. Mntinee for ohildren Saturday at 2:30. [ta dootor will give to eaoh ohild a bag onndy from Jenka & Cross*. Ad fte8ion, 5 oenta. Free oandy. marriage Itoenae was issued to-dsy iWt Alveraon and Myrtie Brown, oth Cheater township. The wedding kk«e plaoe Saturday at Prospeot. ^®?. J. V. Roeewarne and little iu8hter, Florence, departed on the 11 train for Iron Mounrain, Mioh., on [^ree weeks' viait to the reverned gen pQiHu'g mother. arrangements (or 1h1grand MM affair. Maeonio "'I to-morrow evening are fully com I ®ted on a broad scale and the event Fes promise of being the more than 1 he tinnnoial statement of The Mad- 1011 &'ste Bank which appeare in this °f TUB DAILY LEADER, shows a filthy inoreaae of buainesnin this sub* fH,'tiul institution. the abeenoeof Rev. Roeewarne, the 9v- Mr. MoAlmon will oonduot prayer Piling the Preabyterian ohuroh 18 evening and alao till the pulpit 'hat ohuroh next Sunday. wr«nftHng oonteet between Zeis of Wentworth and the Colmao 4cber, whioh was postponed week mtf or two ago, takes place at Colraan this evening. Some of our oity sports will take the 6:30 evening train to see it. Mrs. Eugene Ketoham of Montrose, now at the hospital, was able to walk down stairs to day alone, the tirst effort of the kind she has been able to make in eighteen weeks. She is highly elated over her leoovery and says she (eels as if she would uever be siok again. I The oity board of education has in* vested in $150 worth of fire eecape mate rial for the Centrnl school building which has arrived and is being put in place by John Walker. The esoape will oonsist of a continuous iron stairway, without side railing, on the outside of the building leading from the third or top story to the ground, on the east side of the buildiug. A landing, or platform, six feet square occurs at the level of a window in each story, thus affording ready egress from all parts of the build ing. The improvement is a very neces saro one for the safety of the ohildren in oase of a tire. A more cultured and able oorpe of writers on every diversity of subjeot oon neoted with educational and practical duties of home life, caunot be found than those who write for The Ladies Home Journal. Etich writer is a master of the subject he writes upon, both writer and subject being selected with the greatest ot care by the manngement of the Journal. The most noted people in the oouutry write for it, and the greut diversity of subjects treated every month in The Journal makes it a Mel* cotae guest in every home it enters whether of high or low estate. The common house \V»fo can tind as much pleasure and protit in reading its oolumus as the most fashionable belle. It should be in every household. Dr. A. E. C'lough has just add«l to his mechanical appliances a blood analyzer, a very mgenious piece of mechanism. It cousists of a cross-arm in which the tubee, graduated and couiaiuing the blood arc laid, set Upon An upright re volving axis. Dy a combination of wheels in a small cylinder at tbe baee of the axis this is driven at a speeu whioh can be raised to 15,1)00 revolutions in a minute. The oentrifugal force thus gen erated, throws the heavier particles and substances of which the blood is com posed to the outer ends of the tubes, the lighter particlfs settling toward the in ner end*. When the machine tun ning tht* quantities of the different it1 gredienlH of the blood can be distinctly t^eti aud measured in Iht graduated tubes. An exceptionally pie/iiant hour ^a9 spent by the ohildreii and pareuts of the Episcopal church at their Christmas tree festival last eveuinft'. The church wee beautifully decorated with ever green wreaths and festoons and the tree itself when lighted up warf a fairf pio ture of b«traty. The audienoe tilhd tbe ohuroh and tbe arrangement of exer cisee was not only appropriate and com plete but carried out iu the most pleas ing manner. A short devotional exer cise at tbe opening, then the ohildrens' recitations, all suited to theoooasion and distinctly given, the distribution of pree ents made in tbe most orderly manner, and not a ohild in the school overlooked, all reoeiving like consideration from the gifts of the tree. The musio of the oc casion was enjoyable, simple but sug geetive, and heartily entered into by all tbe ohildren. Mrs. F. N. Palmer preei ded at the organ and was assisted by Prof. Ireland, cornet. A duet. In the Field, by Missee Grace French aud Ly da LaBreo, with chorus, and the songs, Gather 'Hound the Christmas Tree, aud Farewell to The Christmas Tree, were sung delightfully by the children and enjoyed by all. Even the weather con. tributsd its share to the oomfort and pleasure of the ocoasion. Spiritualism expoeed at tbe medioine abow Saturday night. Free show to-night. Big double show Saturday night, at the opera house. Late to bed and early to rise, pre oares a man for his home in the But early to bed and a Little Early liiser, the pill that makee life longer aud better and wiser. COOK & ODBB. i( you want a refined and brilliant complexion, free from blem ishes, use liooky Mountain Tea. Never FRANK C. SMITH. Soothing, healing, cleansing. De Witt e Witch Hazel Salve is the implacable ene my of sores, burns and wounds. It never tub to our. pile- yon Dr. H. Dean, veterinary surgeon, and assistaut state veterinarian of VVIHOOU sin. who is visiting friends in the city will remain several weeks and during that time will attend professional calls in any part of the oounty. For rent, seven-room house. Apply to J. P. Daly. farther and farther, never stops uWS-.«. Th.f. .h.t «ook, D. MCKINNON. We are bound to olose out our entire stock of Cloaks- Come and see and be convinced before buying elsewhere. Jackets marked to sell at $6.50, to close at $4.00 Jackets marked tosell at $7.00, to close at $4.50 Jackets marked to sell at $8.00, to close at $5.50 Jackets marked to sell at $9.00, to close at $6.50 Jackets marked to sell at $12.00, to close at $8.00 Jackets marked to sell at $14,00, to close at $8.50 Mrs. Krickson and family to remember with gratitude the many friends who assisted in making this silver wedditlg one of the tineet events that ever took place in Orlatod township. Mr. Erickson and s sons, Iver, Oscar and Edward^ are doing big farming, having cultivated the pant season 500 acres of small gr&io, some of the wheat going 20 bushels to thn acre and some of the barley GO bush els the acre. They are first-class farmers and are bouild to succeed. Owing to the prevalence of scarlet fever around Boomville, the burg has slackened its booming and we are at a lof-s to furnish any Boomville items. Even the ladies'aid society has had no gatherings of late, and no Christmas tree made lovely the Boomville school house. It is hoped in behalf of thoee atllicted that the disease ie now well under control and that thos€ nfflicted may speedily recover. There is to be a Christmas tree fit the Lutheran church, in the southern part rf this township, Thursday evening, l*e*mber 20. and there are prospects for 4 tff«nd time for tbe little oUM. Tb* dfbWJ. »W MoQillivray school -K house are calling ont crowds. Ine on the 24th participants pill up talent, enterprise rtnd appearance aiid eiv$ exhibitions worth going miles to see. At tbe Olson school hous«' fh§ ,l^(ie iimg are quite entertainiug. At the next meeting, to be held January 6 the question for debate will be, "Resolved, that married life is more pleasant than single life." A paper is also published iu connection with this lyceutn, edited by Wm. MoBain, Jr., and Henry Byrne. This paper gives the doings of the neigh borhood, and everybody must look out if they don't want their pedigree shown up. Mrs. Thoe. AtkiAton and baby are doing well. When you ask for DeVtlu's Witch Hazel Salve don't aocept a counterfeit or imitation. There are more oases of piles being cured by this, then all othefs oom bined. TOD NEED? -.i A** JKJ Everything new and up-to-date in these garments. All wool beav er jackets with high storm collar lined with silk. English covert cloth jackets 6-button, box-front, silk-faced, satin-lined Bucle jack ets, storm-collar, dort sleeves. 30-inch capes, tibet-trimmed, nfade of heavy Bucle, $2.50. If you want a garment you cer tainly cannot afford to buy with- D. HcKINNON. D. HcKINNON. ORLAND TOWNSHIP. Silver Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and tin. Ole Erickson—General and Personal News, Special Comepondence of The Daily Leader. OKLAND, Dec. 26.—On Friday, Decem ber 16, 1898, was celebrated the 25th anniversary of the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Erickson. Everybody down this way hold Mr. and Mrs. Ole Erick son in the highest regard, as was evi denced by the large number ot expensive and beautiful articles the honored oouple wei® presented with on this joyous OO' casion, The presents consisted of silver* ware, dishes and table articles, which will a« long as they live cause Mr. and Total COOK A ODER'. The Lowest Price consistdftt with the highest grade drugs is always at the CORNER DRUO STORE. We do not handle' inferior goods of «oy kind. Inferior drugs are expensive 46 a gift. V. -f&'WSrSP Financial statement Fountain Syringe Bulb Syringe Hot Water Bottle Cold Water Bottle Medicinal Atomizer Or any other Sick Room Requisite. Prices never so low before, a qt Fountain Syringe 75c, all other sizes in proportion Use WICH HAZEL CREAM for chapped hands. CORNER DRUG STORE Madison, in th* of business 1S*: day of IKwmher, JlKSOl'KCES Loan* and dioconnll 215.31 Stock? and Hon (Is iVl.m) f*tae'iff certitlfHtes "tw.44 Tax certificates S.'iW.TS Overdraft* secured and unsecured 8v£.*.i Banking furniture Ml Ktei estate Expense hi Dee from other banks 8,50.09 dlhcr property 2.133.H5 Cash. Total $SVW.:»8 LUBILITIM Capital stock fa Surplus Undivided profits... ...... Deposit* subject to cUet k..,........ Certificates of deposit, dettwtf........ Certificates of deposit, time.... ....... Cashier's checks, outstanding.......... Bills payable $3\nno.A0 blggeit Consignment of Opium. SAK FRANCISCO, Dec. 29.—The steamei China, just arrived from the Orient, car ried the largest consignment of opium ever entered at this port. There were 660 cases of the drug, valued at $500, ()00. The total weight of the opium ia 87,000 pounds and the duty oft amounts to $162,360, at $6 a pound. out calling Oil US, for we have (le- trouble and cure Sick Headache, Bilious cidedly the lowest prices in town. plexion. Small, sugar gripe or cause nausea. White Hyacinth Crown Crabapple Garland of Boseg Frangipanni Cuir de Russie 1,000.00 7,05tf.t!l 7,694.43 run. 47 2,000 00 CUAS. B. KENN President. 8ADAJ. JONBS, Assistant Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2Mu day of Dec., 1896. II B. WILLIAMSON, N. tarv Public, So Dak. it Constipation prevents the body from ridding itself of waste matter. DeWitt's Little Early Riser* will remove the neBP' InHC,ive Liver aud clear the Com coated, doo't I COOK & ODEE. For the Hasonic Ball. You may need a pretty perfume--Some thing-out of the ordlnary-If so we re commend our These odors are all permanent and last-1 ing-and as prolific in fragrance as the freshest flower from the hand of nature -In complexion powders there are Poz zonis-Saunders-Tetlow's Swan Down Palmer's in white, flesh and brunette We have them all. 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. n D. HcKINNON. Crown Matsukita Garland of Violets White Rose May Bloom Swiss Lilac Smith DENISON'S Best Imported BOX PAPER A 50c article for 30c. y Thia is the g^uuiiiG Imported Paper and cannot not be cated any whew else for the money. We also have Crepe Tissue at 5c to loc per rolL Fine French and American Plain Tissue in assorted colors. We Carry the Largest Stock of Music and I Musical Instruments anywhere to be fonnd in the city and are prepared to famish any piece of Sheet Music—either tttotl or instrumental—you K want on short notice. Prescriptions accurately compounded I while you wait. I COOK & ODEE. House and three lots, location central or sale cheap and on easy terms of payment. CHAS. B. KENNEDY. Wri. FINTZEL, Local Agent 1 1 1 1 4 line Minute Cough Cure, cure** That ia what it vu made for. Patronize S fk+CIf ThejMadisonj! Steam Laun dry, a home institution. jThey do better workj 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, aud everytliing£can be made more satisfactory because deal di rectly with the propaietor, and besides it is a home institution. O.T. FULLER, Proprietor.