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VALUES ViVllAULk ire guard of the spring Hl,%" liw« tiooa» are here ir:: :r"!iiiiV'loV0f dainty color® Lilt'f. press Goods. bore day by day tton re jiiln'tf ,n «»tton bfttutien. No Lftinty ,' i 1ST CH "eW rini" «f uainty 00110,1 "rfutTf reM0hed il'4" °r If you plow ,n toWn 1. the latest oul"e .DO* IDis always tbe best. po=Melia. LiA is not medicine.—But c.wDgtheniog food for infants ever di»:*vered. It te cooking-aimply dissolve in water. ('no be done in few Makes puny bitbiee pink und \it="roin tlieir little checks. PRICE 50C & $1.00. C. H. WOOD, Druggist. RI-XI-IVED WORLD hau* I A Stock of unfits FAMOUS CANDIES. I e*e candies ue strictly class in every respect, all hand made, and con ^5 all flavors the most som«' brand of them put up in rom 5c to $1.20. in and inspect our THE MODEL. J. J. CRANEY. E BAKE EVERY DAV. 4 I i K DAXLY LEADER U^'»ON.SOUTH PASOTA V(IMUY, MARCH 13, 18W. •"•••l Ti«« TaH« k K i u I a u a i w a y Sunday JMittMjr I* UW. ''i: "an *".t \, VVe are hard at.work marking New Goods. This is a good time to them- They are piled on all the counters ready for inspection. COME IN AND GET THE FIRST LOOK... in w|mrt« .... 6:00 a. in "•""'.itru «:*i|».m |»itrt»., .-vr N, Tr"H III* l\(!'.rrrlvT p. Hfri»n 1:45 p. ni HRRIV«* A:30 ». '•'•l'nrta.. •*••.•••• 4:15 p. 10:40m. iu .r„ rrlv-- '»rrlvM* .4:,°»'• Willis HPn A it*-**"* J- HWTHH. I TIM I the 'l» IjArku hi mm w#nl rof F,JRSI(,ILV',, John O'Dounell of llamoaa spent tbe early bourn of tbe day in tbe oity. Local market, wheat flax '.»•% oats l'J. Minneapolis market opened to dity at i7 and closed at 07 v Tlie Swiss Hell Ringers oarry with them an excellent burp orchestra. Re served seat* at Frank Smith's. Sioux City Journal. 11: M. M. Kramer i Madison, and 11.1i. Martin,of Armour, ure buutb Dakota gueata at tbe (iarret eon. TIIH which is following The oase of the a tale vs. Prsd Lov enskjold for shooting Hans Nashum on the evenlog of the 9th inst., waa up for bearing before Justice Holdridge this afternoon. Statee Attorney l'orter ap peared for the proeecutiou and Wm MoUratb, Ksq., for the defense. Wit nesses examined for the proeeoution were Knute Halvereon, John Miller, Frank Fox, Dr. W. E, Daniels for the defense, Hen Harris, Henry Miller, A DeCelle, Ed Kelley, John Harth, Mary Miller end defendant. Self-defense ap pear* to be the line of defence. Defend ant was held in tbe sum of |500 to ap* peer at the next term of oirouit court. Brookings rress: Fred Cuokow, who hse just returned from Manila, oame up from hie home in Dell Kapide Tueeday, sod re-entered ft* til V Sunday. AIMl city. l»Cal BREVITIES. tiH ,,ill"K®r departed (or Hot in the interests ,,,,»rt.nyt*le W*°* 'Isndrsu to at- ^v. W ci 'U)n *«»noon piMMn 11* i'aiiB. i °ut inti^ *)UI®'8 'sundry basket -»yCl ,lMtk,M,r.0f Howard was regis •M*aiaooho«ss today. tbe college to finish tbe course he wss tsking when he enlisted laat May. He got hie dircharge at Manila, and out of tbe allowance for traveling expenses home insnaged to esve about fflOO, whioh will oome in baudy in finishing his education. The government, in euoh cases, figures the esine as though they expect»d the die oharged men to walk home, allowing him so much for each day, tiguriug at twenty milee a day, and rations. The distance from Manila to Dell Hapids made a good allowance. As we go to preee the four year old eon, Robert, of Mr. and Mre. Win. ltae is expeoted to pass away at any moment, ell hope of hie recovery having been abandoned by both physicians and ptrsnta. This is tbs third in the family Sounds the First Note of SPRING. Silks for Spring. This Silk section is ready as never before with every desirable new weave and coloring for Spring Wear. Early you say? Yes, it's a way we have of beiiu first in everything. Come prepared to see the choicest collection of cor rect silks ever displayed in the city. D. M'KINNON. J.-*, Kyan and wife of Si nut F«11« who arrired Satunlay evening on a visit to Jerry ('ranney and family returned bome to-day. The etore of X. D. MeOilliYfay te undergoing a renovating of tbe interior walla at tbe bands of Walker aud Alexander. I lev. \v'. H. U« borne, of Lansing, Mioh.. and Willard 11. Jonet--, of Des Moines, exwutorn of tb«« last will and testament of tbe late lr. J. K. Jones took the morning train for their home*. Arrival* on th* train from the north th.s morning were Mrs. K. i'. Mueller, Mra. Iai» U'ConneH from Kamona, llev. N. M. Minne froti. Oldham and Joe. irkler and daughter of Badim. Hear tbe Aeolian Swiee He'.l Ring ers and Concert company, in their many delightful selections. New features, uew novelties, new illoetrated songs. I'Aorything new. lleeerted seats at l-'rank Smith's. John l'tllMirg, a prominent farmer on the Brookings county line, whom we re ferred to a few tin) ngo in tliesecob utun* as being seriously ill with paraly HIS, died last night. Hie brother wae in tbe city to-dw after a casket. gentlemen of this county have beeu drawn as jurors for the April term of the United Statee court which legins at Sioux Falls, April I, is,.r.': l'etit jurors, hkl. Baldwin, '.Ventworth, Ole Frislie, Prairie t^ueeo grand juror, Hichard l'oulks, Winfretl. Arrivals on the evening train, Mrs. Wood burn of llock liapids, Iowa, daughter of Mre. J. A. Davis, Mrs. L. C. K1 well of Mauraoe, Iowa, J. W. Daviaon, John McDonald, Hev. J. J. Mulntyre, Mrs. O. 11. Wens of Wentworth and Secretary HairsoCUie state twaM of re gent*. County Auditor Keith tae received ootioe front tbe state land department that the minimum price on leased school lands this year will be ten cente per acre. Last year it was seven oentf leasing takes plaoe on the 24th of this month, tbe day after the eale of school laudfc. to o within a week, little Robbie having been taken Bick a week ago to day. The tigonized mother baa been laid low with nervous prostration and two physicians were summoned to consider her condition this afternoon. It is needless to say that these suffering parents have tbe universal and deepeet sympathy of the community in this ter rible ordeal through which they ate passing, as human aid is powerless to alleviate or comfort. It is to be hopf that rest aud peace may come to hearts aud uiinds now that tbe worst is over. City residence lots for sale, 815 to$-C0. EI.MKK SlIKKIItAN. Before the discovery of One Minute I Cough Cure, ministers were greatly disturbed by coughing congreutions. No excuse for it now. i COOK & ODKS AN AUSK A DKALi The rami* llasiti ltp|nrtr«l I.ritcd fcr o.o(M). Jt'NBAU, Al«-k i. Fell. 27, (via San Francisro.i—The projierty of the Panel Basin (told Placer company, is reported to have 1 »een leawd to F. P. Vcx«rlu*os. who is Miid repre^-nt a N-w York syndicate, for live years. The rental is fixed at £.\6o'i.KX, and is al let ed to have lKfn paid down. Th nMiiainder is to be paid in quarterly ii bailments. In Pande ba*in is a lalce. out of whie ln^t January wa.s draine«l 61 feet i water, thrimgh a tunnel, in order leave exjKsed gold-bearing sand on tl bcacli. A mining expert named Turner, New York, reported, it is said, to tl New York syndicate represented 1 Voorhees. that the Kan«l would Army officers do not believe anything can be done in the Phillipines with na tive troops. at least for the present. Accordingly orders to General Otis have oulv IH-CII to look over tbe ground, leav ing'the actual use of native froops to the discretion of himself and General Law tun. M'NALL REMOVER (teases Superintendent of Insurance Ousted by THE HEW- SEWING MACHINE $15 UP. yield to the ton. and that there was then that average at least ^7..HW,HK» in si^li Many mining men here are iucreduio: over this deal. KXPEIllMKXTAli BATTALIONS* permission to OrskniM Th^in From Na liva (ilven llrookr, Otl« «nl Hrury. WASHINUTON. March n. Perimssi has been sent to General Brooke, in Cu ba: General Otis, in the Philippines, and General Henry, in Porto Rico, to organize an experimental battalion of natives. It is believed this policy can be carried on successfully in Culta. thus relieving the regular troops, and at the same time giving the island the Itasis of a native army which will learn Ameri can discipline and form a valuable nu cleus of a military force in the days of independence. In Porto Rico there is need for a sort of mounted police, and these necessarily will be natives, with American officers in the higher grades. tlie Governor, Topkka. Kan.. March t:i.~The re moval of State Superintendent of Insur ance McNull was a very formal affair. Governor Stanley* had set a time for McNall's appearance. The commissioner did not apjtear and one hour later the governor, sitting as a court, lawyers and goveruor in the matter, declared he was fully satisfied that McNall was guilty of the charges and issued the order of re moval. The governor said he regarded McNall's letter as one of defiance from the powers of the executive and that he took McNall's statement that he was ready to turn over his office when his successor waa appointed and qualified as equivalent to a resignation. W. V. Church, of Mason, already ap pointed for the regular term, has been appointed insurance commissioner foi the unexpired term, and was wired conic to Topeka, qualify for hie bond and take charge of bis office. Anotlier Great Northern Robber Convlcte.i ST. JOSEPH, MO.. March 1U.-James Gilinore, the second of trio high waymen wanted at Fergus Falls Mn n for train robbery, has been convicted of highway robbery here and sentenced to eight years. ______ If you have a cough, throat irritation, weak longs pain in the ohe«t, difficult breathing, croup or hoareeneee, letuaeug geat One Minute Oough Cure. Always relisbls sod ssfs. «,rw. COOK& ODES. TALK IS CHEAP. It is facts that count and it is a fact that you can E Save Money by calling on D. McKinnon and getting prices on the New Home sewing machine. DOl'BLfc HEAD MONEY. Pcnej'i OfHcers I'rtfor (Isiin tot Largs Anaiunt if K*tr* Pay. WASHMarch i:t.—The officers of Dewey's fleet have preferred a claim for double the amount of bead money which it was at first believed they were entitled to receive as the result of the vic tory over the Spanish forces at Ca vite last May-day. The law provides that $100 shall be allowed to the visitors for each person on the captured or de stroyed vessel. I»y that calculation almost $200,000 would 1h» divided among iVwey's sailors. But it is also provided that where the conquered force was superior to the attacking foiw then the allowance shall per head. While Dewey's claim is not based on any supe riority of the Spanish fleet it is asserted that fleet, fighting in conjunction with tin shove batteries at Cavite. did consti tute a superior force in the meaning of the law. The point is a new one aivl is now under consideration before tbe judge advocate general of the navy. WEEKLY TRADE REVIEW. R. G. I lip In« Dun A Co.** Comment on creu* In W*Rf*. NEW YORK. March lo.—R. G. Dun & Co.'s Weekly Review of Trade says: By far the best assurance of good business in the future is found in the general rise of wages. The general ad vance in earnings of cotton mill oper atives, in most cases 10 per cent, of iron and steel workers generally 10 per cent, and tin plate and sheet workers from 5 to 10 per cent and of ooal miners in some large districts about as much, has set a pace which which most estab lishments will follow which have re duced wages in the past years of de pression. Those who fail to comprehend what such a change may mean have only to consider that a tenth increase in the wages of all laltor would put into the markets a new buying demand, iu amount about three-quarters of the en tire value of exports to all countries. The volume of business shows no signs of decrease and for the first full week of March has been about 51.7 per cent greater than in tho samo week of last year and 60.9 per cent greater than in 1892. Makes rich, red blood, and muscle more rapidly than any known remedy. It's food for brain and nerve. That what's Hooky Mountain Tea ie, I fftunK a amm. To Women With Small Feet. We offer you a jj Goods delivered anywhere in the city limits fret. lot of $3.00 Kid Shoes THIS WEEK AT Si.50. A clear saving of $!.50 a [air for those who can be fitted. There are a few large size pairs for those who come earliest, but its because of the broken size that the price takes such a tumble and we must turn them into money. D. HcKINNON. Putting up Prescriptions we consider by far the most important branch of our business-and we have ac cordingly spared no expense or pains taking effort to perfect our entire stock -in detail and quality-Absolute correct ness in every particular is assured-as we dispense nothing but pure, fresh drugs--of finest quality-and our patrons may bring us their prescriptions and re ceipts feeling certain that they will be carefully and accurately filled-and that each ingredient will be not only pure- but the very best of its kind-Our pre scription department is undoubtedly as complete as any in the state-and is founded upon sixteen years of exper ience in the drug business. FRANK SfllTH. For Male. One team gray mares, weight 2S00 pounds, both with foal. Inquire of J. M. Spies, agent Standard Oil Co. Foley's Honey and Tar Cough Medi cine is unquestionably the best remedy for the Throat and Lungs. Pleasant to take Bnd is guaranteed. WE SELL CHILDREN'S SHOES. The hurried together kind of children's shoes that are made to sell "at a price" finds no favor here. Tbe Children's Shoes Thursday, March 16. ADMISSION, IO CENTS. FKANK SMITH. i !SK« i!!!8Biiiaiiii' iiyift a .:ija A. I ScMflt, deal Estate, WE SELL are selected for fehape and durability. Several new kinds of pliable leath er are now ready for your inspection. ¥Phone OPERA HOUSE. Indoors Base Ball No. 1 1 4 COAL. I HUBBELL BROS. II Are the only dealers iu town 1 that sell Lehigh Valley hard coal. This coal is Iof BBATEI) 1 They also handle 3 SRLINT CELE- |F for the large amount jg heat and small per cent of ash to the ton. TRY A TON". HOCKING and ILLINOIS soft coal, Give them a call, "PHONE 53-2 1 CITY MEAT MARKET, JOHN SCHl'LTZ Proprietor. Keep constantly on hand a full [line of Fresh anil (lid nuts. Fish, fowl and Oame in season. Egan avenue.