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McKINNON.
SWEHH OFF1
not only on bud habits,
but on
DM limlMIS.
uying CIIR.AP si'Kt TACLES is
a bad investment.
URN OVER
A NEW LEAF.
Trent your eyes well nnd
»y will return tho favor
ith interest. We make a
•cialty of correcting
EYE TROUBLES
*th perfectly fitted gin sses
guarantee satisfaction or
nnd your money.
ALL TESTING FREE.
H. WOOD, I
Jeweler & Optician.
e i3aily
Leader
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K.J. UuLMKS.Uctli(Mt.
THE CITY.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
't forget January 14 to 20.
ular ineetiug Eastern Htar chapter
veiling.
'vale on the evening train, John
(ieo, Cochrane and II. A. Davie,
skating rink below the city park
again tl oded from tho hydrants
O'Connell of Uauiona was a
passenger this morning for
Falls.
atherine'e Guild will meet with
C. MuCal lister to-morrow aftor
to'clock.
rt 10. Yager of Went worth will go
kings to-morrow to take a course
Agricultural college.
a jeweled side comb, between
raid's store and Shepherd's oor
L«»ve at Fitzgerald's store.
Missee Mary and Nellie Wadden
ed to-day to their studies, the
Ht Kvanston, 111., the Utter at
«H, Wis.
Wheat on, general agent for the
half of the state for the Sioux
lire insurance oompany, spent the
the oity.
A. K. dough returned from Lake
n on the morning train from the
•md Chan. MctJowau from his
in Hamlin oouuty.
W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs.
on to-morrow afternoon at three
1'rogram: Musiointhe home,
tipster Heading for children,
""ton The curfew, Mrs. Farmer.
irrent Kventa olub will meet
H'ay
evening, at 8 o'clook, sharp,
residence of liev. J. C. Hubbell.
Han the Spanish-American
•m, on the whole, advantageous to
itimI States?
Weeks who left here last week
Hoation will be married to-day at
Jackson, Minn., to Albina Krej»i of that Jackets marked to Hell at $6.50,
place. The latter was employed in the
Madison house here up to a few days
ago, and the newly wedded couple is
expected b.iok here on to-morrow
ning's train.
The Good Teinj.lnrs began tho fiPW
year with a large attendance, many
members luting present who had not at
tended for a long time, among this num
ber being Mr. Burnett, who in lua ab
sence bus organized a lodge at Spring
•tienl. The program, in charge of Milo
'.Avery, was excellent, and among the
best things was the rending of The
Templar, a paper edited by Hay Willard,
a speech by Kv. C. M. Cliue, and a
poem by Mr. McGrath, in which he
mentioned the names of various mem
bers with oppropriate rhymes.
A very important business change took
place in the oity yesterday, V. It. Wad
den buying out the agricultural imple
ment business of his brother, John Wad
den, on Main street. V. H. Wadden as
sumes full control of the business and
will be asHisted by Wm. Lawn and Pat
Kyan who have been employed by the
house in the past. Tlohn Wadden re
tires to look after his private biibinees
and will be assisted in this for the preB
ent by his son-in law. Geo. Cochrane,
who has been associated with him in the
implement business for the past two
years.
Grace Episcopal church of this city,
through the llev. A. E. Fillmore, has
become the recipient of an elegaut mem
orial silver communion service. It is
beautiful dt-sigu and tiuish and costl)
in make. The donors are Juiia and
Francis Yeomans of Centerville, S- D,
widow and son of the late Fraucis Yeo
mans of that place, w ho had been epir
itually miuit-tered to by Mr. Fillmore,
and whose family out of respect to the
abiding failh oL the deceased father,
made It is beautiful memorial to Mr.
Fillmore's congregation as a testimonial
of their esteem BM! affection.
Owing to the day being a legal holiday
yesterday, the Building and Loan asso
ciation could not legally do business
last night and the annual meeting was
postponed until this evening at TSH
sharp. It is highly important that
there be a quorum. Series IJ stock is
now worth about $140 per share and
series alwiut *2."» or ?2»». A subscrip
tion list will be opened for a new series
of stock if enough takers of shares can
be secured. All who wish to sutscribe
for new shares are requested io attend
the meeting to-uight or report number
of shares desired at Kuudert Fitzger
ald's store.
The board of county commissioners
took up the work of the regular January
session this morning and after W. 11.
liuxton had tiled Irs bond and been du
ly qualified to sit as a member of the
board for auother thiee years, Chas
Bingham was duly elected chairman of
the board for the ensuing year. Bonds
for the respective olUoers were tiled by
the board as follows: Ivegister of deeds,
91*2,000 treasurer, 905,000 sheriff, 11-,
000 county judge, auditor, 95,000
coroner, $"00 surveyor, 9500 county
justices and constables, 9500 each. For
the tirst live of these oflioes. respectively
Messrs. Johnson, Herther, MoGiIlivray
McGrath nnd Keith, tiled their bonds
which were approved, and eutered upon
their duties for the ensuing term. The
states attorney had tiled his bond previ
ouslv. The salaries of county otlicers
and assistants for the past quarter were
audited and ordered paid.
Two Well Know n StalfNae*
talked for months, from a front porch
rear end of a car. Perhaps the use of
Foley's Honey and Tar will explain why
they could do this without injury
theij vocal orgaus. It is liugely used by
speakers and singers.
FRANK SMITH.
Paul Perry, of Columbus, Ga., suffered
agony for thirty years, autl then cured
his Piles by using De Witt's Witch
Hazel Slave. It herds injuries and skin
diseases like magic.
COOK & QDMM
Pennsylvania's Know Slsrm,
PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 8.—Eight inches
of snow fell in this oity and vicinity
during the night and was accompanied
by a falling temperature, which all of
the day registered between 10 and 15
degrees above zero.
Notional Klsteddfod In Hfislda,
MILWAUKEE, Jan. 8.—The national
Eisteddfod was formally opened at the
Grand Avenue Congregational church
Sunday. About 1,000 ot' the Welch
fingers have arrived, including large
delegations from Chicago,
OshWish Srmrta Wis.
Coughing injures aud intlames sore
lungs. O^e Minute Cough Cure loosens
the oold, allays coughing and heal
quickly. The best cough cure for
ohildren.
COOK & OIKK.
You should kow that FOLEY'S IIONKY
AND TAH is absolutely the best remedy
for all diseases of the Throat, Chest and
Lungs. Dealers are authorized to guar
nntte it to give eatisfaotion in all oases
|FKANK SMITH.
to close at $4.00
Jackets marked to sell at $7.00,
to close at §4.50
Jackets marked to sell at $8.00,
to close at $o.50
Jackets marked to sell at $9.00,
to close at §0.50
Jackets marked to sell at $12.00,
to close at $S.( H)
Jackets marked to sell at $14,00,
to close at.
MADRID PRESS IS SAD.
LoweriiiK of lh« Spanish Flu? Knda Four
C'enturio* of Colonial History.
AI)RU. Jan. —The New Year edi
torials in the Madrid press are sad and
dignified reminders that the hoisting of
the United States flaw in Culta and the
Philippines mean* the closing of four
centuries of Spanish colonial history.
With suppressed emotion rather than
bitterness the papers exhort the jeopl«
to have confidence in their recuperative
power, urging that there be the smallest
possible waste of time in reorganizing
the affairs of the country and expressing
a special desire for a speedy settlement
of the cabinet crisis.
CKLKBUATING AT SANTIAGO,
No yoMtluo ftrjtarrilnc the Fffllag To
wards Amrrlf-a Tl»erc.
SANTIAI»I..
Jan. —The last day of
the old year had scarcely passed when
the people of Santiago l*egan to cele
irate the birth nf Cuban indej»endence.
Fnin that hour until dawn crowds
inarched the streets, singflig and cheer
ing for Cuba and the United States,
while bands jilayed exhiilartiug music.
It was the real voice of the jieople, in
stead of the element that is usually
making itself heard through the Wal
ress. and there could 1»* no question »f
the enthusiastic feeling toward America.
FAILED TO MATERIALIZE.
Demonstration ARainst I'ana Negro Min
ers Was Not Carried Out.
PANA. Jan. it.—The rtq»orted massing
in I'ana of l.'HJO union miners from Cen-1
tral and Southern Illinois towns for 11:•
purj»ose of driving out the nonunion ii i
portvd negro miners, failed to materia.-'
i/.e. Many arrests of negroes have IK---u
made by the provost guard fin charge-!
t" carrying concealed weapons aii'i
fighting.
The mine operators who have heret
Another «ood Man one Wrong.
lie failed to use Foley's kidney cure
for his kidney complaint.
MCKINNON
We are bound to close out our entire stock of Cloaks» Come and see and
be convinced before buying elsewhere.
D. HcKINNON. I D. flcKINNON.
The general belief is that Senor Sa- i
gasta will be able to resume his duti-s
as premier by the end of the week and
that he will form a cabinet to include
Lieutenant (ieneral Weyler.

fore been securing the release of negroes
by going loud. have notified Sheriff
Downey that no more bonds would IK*
igned by mine o}Hratrs. In coiise
juence, the county jail is fast being
tilled with negroe-. Twenty are now
l'« iliti Jled th*"-"'"
Jtnr
FRANK SMITH.
The smallest things may exert the
greatest Influence. De Witt's Little
Karlv Kisers are unequalled for over
coming constipation ami liver troubles.
Small pill, best pill, safe pill.
COOK k ODKK.
It doubles the joy of the human heart,
brightens body and brain. That's what
Uocky Mountain Tea will do. :i" cents
FRANK C. SMITH.
House MMi three lots, location central
or sale oheap and on easy terms of
payment. CHAS. B. KKNNEOT.
For rent, seven-room bouse.
tc J. F. Dal v.
Apply
Dr. II, Dean, veterinary surgeon, and
asnistant state veterinarian of Wiscon
sin, who is visiting frier.ds in the city,
will remain several weeks and during
that time will attend professional cal.'s
in any part of the county.
Have You Heard
the Story
Of the man that got a feather in
his throat and was "tickled to
death?'' Here's ft 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 say yon
can't afford to buy your table sup
plies from Tom Carey. It's true,
his gewjds are the very finest aud
freshest that money, skill and ex
perience can procufle, but his prices
nevertheless are many instances
lower than you pay elsewheiO for
inferior goods.
TOH CAREY,
Is the Bnsiest'Grocer in Townf
Everything new and up-to-date
in thes*- garments. All wool beav
er jacket* with higli storm collar
lined with silk. English covert
cloth jackets 0-button, box-front,
silk-fact-d, Bfttin-lined Hucle jack
ets, storm-collar, lort sleeves.
80-incli capes, tibet-trimmed,
id*' of heavy Uucle, ,,,, ...
It' you want a garment you cer- health. Croup, colds and throat troubles
tainlv ran not afford to buv with- Irapidly to (Vmsumption. A bottle
out calling on us, for we have de- '°f \)D~
the lowest price, in town.
Successful
Men
1
DISCRiniNATING
WOMEN
COAL.
HUBBELL BROS. I
Are the only dealers in town i
that sell Ii
Lehigh Valley
hard coal. This coal is CELE- U
RRATEII for the large amount
of heat and small per cent of
ash to the ton.
TRY A TON.
Tliev also handle HorKiXG
SPLINT and ILLINOIS soft coal,
(live them a call, 'PHONE 53-2
aim
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, aud
besides it is a home institution.
O. T. FULLER,
Keep constantly on hand a
line of
Fish, fowl aud
funeral ol Amhaitadwr Itomero.
WASHINGTON, Jan. —Public funeral
fjcrvi' e over the remains of the late Don
Matias Romero, the ai'ibasador from
Mexico to the United States, were held
at St. Matthew's church during the
day. President Mt Kinley, Vice Presi
dent Hohart and nearlv all the members
of the cabio«t were present.
I ii- sc are uarjgnrouri tunes for u.f.
M,,Jin* Cou«1'
£.
Proprietor.
CITY
MEAT MARKET,
JOHN SCHULTZ Proprietor.
full
Mi and Itts.
tGame
in season.
Egan avenue.J
the
Hany a man's success begins at Fitzgerald's
store, where he and his wife saves good money
on all sorts of purchases.
•ie w i". i-iuii kisers,
Tli? I^ntuus In Ik- .ils.
Comfort
mm
COOK A OUKI
Are the ones who sit down and consider things
carefully. They put this and that together and
draw conclusions. They save the nickels and
dimes, and by and by they have the dollars.
Are always pleased with the stylish display of stylish dress fabrics
at FITZGERALD'S store. They are the very latest designs and it
is a pleasure to select from them.
Mm
OUR STOCK THROUGHOUT WAS NEVRR SO COMPLETE AS NOW.
OF STOCK
Reaches the homes of vast
numbers whobuy^COAL from
me. You'll save money by
buying now—coal is cheaper,
cleaner and more satisfactory
in every way. I am ready to
till your orders at any time.
1 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.
ft lot of goods which will be seasonable for our customers for
a long time yet. We have a tine line of Cloaks, Jackets and
raps which will be needed these cool evenings and in them
are good values aud especially good bargains. Our new fall
and winter dress goods are now in stock, including the very
latest styles and novelties in pattern and in this line we can
assure our lady customers that they cannot help Wing pleased.
W e have also received a complete line of Shoes, suitable for
little chaps, strong shoes for sturdy ys, stylish shoes for
thfir 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 lino of 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 mouths.
Q. R. VEDDER,
Elevator '*C/*
ii!i! !(i!iuu3!ii:t!i:iimn m:.
D. HcKINNON.
a full line of trimmings.
Mustering Out
RESPECTFULLY,
J. A. Johnson.
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.
One Minute Cough Cure, cures*
That U what it »«.« made (or.

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