ill* from th«* mwli
1 ajion the ingredi^nta uwd &
einployHl In putting tbfm
•nr fillinir of the pn^crlptlon
that the jihyalclana Idea® w III
•jointly c-irrlw! out, «ttk tkm
pal violets is repre-
in n single drop of
urn oi violets
I TO SEE IT—We en
showing our perfumes
gl ul to present you
ample when you call.
nti ling sure.
P- '.Miiw:nik» and St. Paul railway,
"0"1 Minclay, Aoiuat IS, 18W.
'i-i'irta 11:00 a.
°y», 'Ifiiart# 4:80 a,
Ifr.1','b""1" 5:00 p.
'rrh" 4:00 p.
-4\ orrivM *2:4ft p.
.«.•«(i»«.i') 40 a.
,...10:50 a. tn
A :B0 p« n
"nr.. dally except Mundajr.
7-J. HoLMEd. LesslAaest.
OCTOBER 8, 1899.
E.s. thia atoning.
returned to Dell
Fair to-night and
Krauaa ot D«U Rapids
i[5ey dipped Aft carloads of
Klotzbaoh and Miaa Anna
^roed to Indapandaoa, Iowa.
H. h. Smith and H. H.
Kieth, and K. C. Cooke are registered
at the Lake Park.
Mrs. Sarah Flvnn departed for Mil
waukee to be preeent with her sister
who is quite ill.
Wheat, No. 1,56 No. 2, 54. Flax, 03.
May wheat in Chicago opened at
??3.j and cloeed at 77.
Mrs. John Walter departed to-day for
Staph*, east of Minneapolis, to attend
her daughter, who is quite ill.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Newton, of Janes
ville, Wis., arrived on a visit to th«?ir
nieoe, Mrs. W. H. Dempster.
The 500 feet of new inch hose
ordered by the oity has arrived and will
get an early test by the tireladdiee.
OPERA HOUSE. L. H. WILLHITfi, flgr.
J. H. Grimm and family who have
been visiting the former'* sister, Mrs.
W. E. Daniels, returned to Nebraska.
of the season at the Opera House
Ilead the new advertisements of N. D.
McUillivray, C. H. Wood, 8. Y. Hyde
Elevator Co., C. A. Kelley and L. H.
A sooial ball will be given at the op
era house to morrow evening towhioha
oordial invitntion is extended. Tickets,
The county commissioners met in reg
ular quarterly seeeion this afternoon and
their time has been chiefly oooupied
thus far in auditing bills and salaries.
John Ltond of Prairie Queen was in
the oity to-day, hiving been summoned
as a juror in the circuit court, but on
acoount of the illness of his wife he was
Husk by Ireland's Orchestra* Tickets 75c.
Manager Gray of the telephone ex
change has leased the 8. E. Baldwin
bouse on the oorner of Sixth street and
and Harth avenue and will get
Geo. Cook, the jeweler, is offering
some speotal bargains in watches this
month aud some excellent purchases
may be obtained by calling upon him.
Do not fail to avail yourself of the op
Edward Coffey has rented tbe late Dr.
Jones house in the northwest part of
town, and on the arrival of bis wife and
daughter from eastern Minneeota about
tbe end of the week he will take up
The W. C- T. U. meets with Mrs. John
Hubbell Wednesday afternoon at three
o'olook. The birthday of Franoes
Wiilard will be observed, and all are re
quested to bring some quotation from
ber writings. The new members are
especially urged to be present.
Seventeen line men from Minneapolis
engaged in replacing the old tele
polea with naw onea in tbe oity
The wires will be brought in in front of
the depot instead of at the rear. The
man have reset the polea from Egan
and finish up at tha point to-day.
QEs-Oounty Commissioner Davia came
in to attend oourt to-day. He has his
right arm in aaling aaa reault of an aoci
dent live weeks ago in which hia buggy
top was caught in a wire atrung aoroaa
the road, tearing the top from the bug
throwing Mr. Davia to tha ground
with much violenoe, breaking his collar
bone and giving him other iojuriea from
wbioh ha has not yat fully raoovered
and will not for eome time.
I will instruct a few pupile in ele-
Leads in the Internation
al Yacht Race.
Shamrock Gets Best Start
But Is Quickly
Special Dispatch to The Daily Leader.
ST. PAUL, Oct. 3,2:30 p. ii.—The. fol
lowing advices have been received by
the American Press Association:
New York—The Columbia passed tbe
stake boat at 1:33 and the Shamrock at
1:40. The Columbia has since gained
half a minute. In tbe beginning of the
race the Shamrock led at one time by
over three minutes. There is a fresh
breeze and it is a magnificent race.
I Ipenine of the Regular Ootober Term,
Judge J. W. Jonea Presiding—A
Good Day's Business.
Lake oounty oirouit oourt opened this
morning with polling of the jurors and
there was any number of demands to be
exoused. When oourt got through with
the poll, tbe list left standing tor service
was as follows:
as. Olson, Wm. Carrott, Chris. Peter
son, Walter Dyoe, K. L. Winesburg, E.
J. Seidel, A. Norby, Geo. V. Francis, II.
A. Hartwick, C. S. Lee, O. N. Fader,
John J. Larson, F. W. Blachford, J. R.
George, A. Sooggins, August Woitha,
W. A. Drake, John Lund.
Judge Jonee had called tha oalendar
of cases last evening and the tirst on tbe
list this morning was Wm. A. Davis vp.
Albert Hanneman, for whioh a jury was
Cases already disposec. of are:
Frank J. BramhaU vs. Margaret A.
Veeey and John B. Veaey. Plaintiff dis
missed complaint as to John B. Vesey
and judgmeut by oonsent was rendered
against Margaret A. Veeey fir
amount demanded in oomplaint.
Frederiok Stehr vs. Adolph Stebr,
dismissed by plaintiff at his cost.
Jacob Hugger vs. Chaa. B. Kennedy,
dismissed, oauee of aotion settled.
Alonzo Frizzell vs. N. O. Bullook, dir
missed, cause of aotion settled.
James D. Bennett vs. the MoCormiok
Harvesting Co., oontinued by oonsent.
In re minor heira of Knut Legard, de
ceased, motion for oontinuanoe sustained
and case oontlnaad.
In the esse of tha atata against Fred
VonLovenskjold for shooting Hans
Nasbum last spring, the defendant
pleaded guilty to simple aaaault whioh
was aocepted and Judge Jones sen
tenced him to 80 days in tbe oounty jail-
The case of the state against Louis
Maloney comes up at 9 a. m. to-morrow.
Wanted, a reliable man with amall
of capital to inveet in broom
faotorv in Madison. Good interest on
money invested guaranteed. Addreaa
box 292, or oall at this office.
I oannot name the rare joya, tha in
Unit* d«liflhts that intoxioat* ma since
100 LBS. FOR $5.75.
i .. o .u*i"
n iv n.'jiis j"
1 K KlS
First in Fashions*
First in Values,
1 FIRST in the
H0RTH POLE BUOY.
That tfosnd by the Martha Lanaak la
STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN. Oct. 8.—The
buoy lh&rked "Andree Polar expedi
tion" which, with an auchor attached,
found on the north roast of King
Charles island by the waster of the
Nunve^ian cutter Martha Larsaak. was
opened iu the presence of a number of
experts and uieuiuor.-. of the cabinet. It
was found to be the so-called North
Pole buoy, which Andree had arranged
to drop if he SULV IDED in passing the
Crlppl* Crr*:c Outpat.
CRIPPLE CREKK. Colo.. Oct. 3.—The
gold output for t.i-» Cripple Creek dis
trict for Septemlicr amounted to|1.731,
00C. surpassing uii records. The pro
duction of gold iu iitis district from the
time of its diaoovcty in 1JNU to dahti*
Oral* Storage Rates.
For reoaiving, insuring, handling and
storing grain for fifteen days, and de
livering, is 2 cents per bushel. Stornge
after first fifteen day*, oent per bush
el for each fifteen days or part thereof
for tbe first three months. After the
first three months, oent per bushel for
each thirty days or part thereof.
8. Y. HYDF. ELEVATOR CO.
The latest creations in
New Velvets, Ribbons, etc.
A complete stock of the most
appropriate millinery for ear
MISS L. GRINAGER
is the most satisfactory^place
in the city to buy
pfmcy 4 Family
THE LEADING CLOTHIERS
MADISON, SO. DAK.
^7inter '©3-1 ©OO-
JOHN WADDEN, Presideat. GEO. E] COCHRANE.
Everything new and fresh
,rprices (that cannot jbe
LAKE COUNTY BANK.
Transact a Qeneral|Banking Business.
City residence lots for sale, 815 to S-lO.
#aaaaaa jaaaaa jiytaaaa
Fret Iran EtcrgUi
TO BE HEALTHY
eat entire wheat flour.
You will find it at
C. A. KELLEY'S,
Also steal cut Oats.
W I n ^^^1^
A miTi n
SIMI NSS W
w A RAND
BUBNETT & Co., CLOTHIERS.
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