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V-' immewcillg all gone—Now T'A' ikt their former prices. JFS-i TIE rwulU from th* mMi -tidn upon th« need •rare employed in putting them ir fllllntr of the prescription that the physician# Ideas will m«ly mrrleil out, Wttt the 1 m.iterlalf. C. H. WOOD. Druggist. ENTRAL BLOCK. DATLY LEADER |UT- N.*Ol'TH I) Ml OTA DAY. OCTOBER 13. 1899. TH E CITY. LOCAL BREVITIES. |):i Mi-Kinuou's new advertiae- I wttejr departed for hia bom* nt. Koehlwr hM fold hto building to Fred Kurtb. Brue., cohl dealers, present» ruH tueot in tbla issue, -r report: Partly cloudy to- Saturday. Cooler io-oiffhta ruDoifl line boaght out the de of K. Bell and ia now op- **r, «t MoGillivrsy's, October 'ur the event of the season, to wa. Ktthbun of Mitchell and i, p,"iira(ie8 JL Aberdeen are registered at 1'ark. mother, Mrs. this morning k J. I'urtner Mid I Howard, armed to ffi«Q(Ja. 1, ~i Xo. 2, 63. Flax, J9. in Chicago opened at f-l"se.Ut T5aa'. ^"ll^r iicoompanied the Madt inttee to Atierdeen this evening |'119 of the First. McKinley in Madison at3:30 Hvery body turn out and |Pix»iil»»nt of the Uuited States a 'foine. Saturday Oct. Consists of garmeuts worth from $9.00 to $14.00. I have them in black and colors— well made, with storm collars. Good bar- SALE PRICE CHOICE Dan McKinnon. Dr. H. E. VVoodworth, oculist and aur ist, of Sioux Palls, may be consulted at Dr. dough's otlioe ia Madison, Monday and Tuesday, October 10 and 17. Arrivals this evening: Father DODO vau and mother, Mrs. James Hhaw, Etml Stark, Harry (Jurtia, Major ilougb tou, on his way home to Aberdeen. A. E. Fuller returned from Brookings aud reports that towu badly broke up over developments in the return of the volunteers on Saturday evening. It has upset their plans entirely. Street Commissioner Fenersn is erect inga aland VI by ic, from wbivb the president will speak to-tttol-fotf Ob the east side of Egau avenue between the main line of ths railroad and the south side traek. Oeo. Cook, the jeweler, is ^offering some special bargains in watches thi* month and some excellent purchases may be obtained by culling upon him. Do not fail to avail yourself of the op portunity. The liquor oasaeof LGiitt Malotiey and Verne Dykins in court belota Justice McGrath were to day dismissed by the city attorney, the city council hating granted permits to pell li-juor. Coatd were taxed up to the city. Harry, the two month's old child of Hraketuan H. F. and Mrs. M"Card«»ll died to day. The funeral will takt* place to morrow at 2 p. ni. from the family residence. Mr. McCardell is f-ast Supt. Biederstaedt is making the stwfto quarterly apportionment to-day to the schools of Lake oounty. 'The total ap portionment to the county is 81,$.j0.r0. The distribution to Lake county school distriota is aa follows: Madison (city), $440.0V, Brant Lake, SoO.lC, Antelope, $i:iH.30 Vermillion, 8137 0T» Winfred, $88.60 Lake Cenier, $140 25 VVentworth ftp.) «154.4."i Lincoln, 11)7 75 llyland, $ 197.10 Bartlett, $204.20 Wentworth (tnd.), No. 3, $30 50: Winfred (iud.), No. 4, $27.25 Oilman (ind.). No. 2, #27.85. The meeting of committees on reoep tion of volunteers met at the city hall last evening and made additional ap pointments for the successor the affair. A committee of three—A. E. Clough, I4. L. Mease and O. M. F.ir ey-wereap pointed to go to Aberdeen to day and steer the boys home as quickly as possi ble, keeping the committee here posted on WHERE is the best place in town for stylish GRINAGER BROS •The Leading CLOTHIERS. First FASHIONS. their movements. Just whether our boys are landed at Lake Preston or at Vilas uuder thia arrangement is not ready-to-wear clothing aud furnishings for men? Q\J W laUiia iJ'V •& I A is the chance to get a splendid garment for little money. LOT 'B' certain, J. on the line but is expected home in the morn ing. The faoeral of the late Mrs. J.J. Duhl took place from the Lutheran church at 10 a. m., to-day, lie v. X. M. Minne conducting the religious pervico. A large number of sympnthiz ng friends were in attendance and many murks of renpeot and esteem in floral tributes and otherwise were evident. Tiie reumiris were taken to a cemetery in the conn try, twelve miles south, where other members of the family are buried. SPECIAL CLOAK SALE 1 slia11 offer some of tlie the finance committee and elected treas urer and this committee constituted the auditing committee on all bills. In or der to allow more room in the opera house for the crowd that will assemble to welcome the volunteers to-morrow evening, it was decided to serve ^vne banquet in firemen's hall. During his recent visit to friends in New York, Neal MoCullora of ClaTno township, while walking along a street in Brooklyn, saw floating in front of a small store the stars and stripes with the words, "Hurrah for South Dakota," attached. Curious to know the meaning of it, Neal stepped into the store where he met an aged lady of whom he inquired and reoeived the issponse, "My son is in the First South Dakota regiment in the Philippines and I'm going to keep that flag floating until he returns home." Upon further inquiry Neal learned that the son referred to is M. Moran cf com pany I who enlisted from Madison. Neal will be on hand to meet Soldier Jlorao when the boys return to-morrow evening and give him affeotionata mes sages from his patriotic mother. Don't do anything until yon see us, ou October 21. with our immense line of cloaks and furs. X. D. AJCGILLIVHAY. Wanted, jood girl for house work. CHRIS REXSCH. Special leak sale. David Addler, representative of Ju.°. Bitield Jt (Jo., hicago, will hold a special sale, October 14, at J. J. ^itrgerald's stre, of ladies'tailor made purts, golf capes, skirts, collarettes, ladies' and children's jackets. Remember the date, October 14. MR. BRYAN'S POLICY. Democratic Leader State* HI* PWltllB Kccardlni the Philippine*. DKS MOINES, Oct. 13.—William J. Bryan was interviewed here on the political issues, especially the Philip pine question. Mr. Bryan said: "We are planning to make thinps just as lively in the campaign next year as possible, and I think wo will succood better than iu 1MK5. Former issues have changed somewhat ami new ones have come in which strengthen our position and will add many votes to our column. I do not deem it advisable or possible to state so far ahead what issue will be chief in importance. Conditions and circumstances may change between now and then so as to make certain is sues of greater relative value than now. Our issues of 1896 are just as important now as then others have arisen since then and still more may arise t» w•*» maud attention." Hki Philippine Policy. As to the withdrawal of troops from the Philippines, Mr. Bryan dictated this statement: "No I do not favor the withdrawal of our troops. What I do believe and have repeatedly announced is that we should at once declare our purpose in unequivocal terms so positive that the Filipinos cannot doubt it to grant them full and complete independence the moment they have established a stable government. I believe if we should WHERE Can I absolutely depend on getting reliable, de pendable goods and at Lowest Prices. GRINAGER BROS The Leading CLOTHIERS. First in VALUER $c Co.*@, Contains garments worth from $6.00 to $8.00—1 liave them in either black or light colors. Good, heavy Warm Jackets. sale price, CHOICE J. Fitzgerald was added to l-Mz !—3 oftered in this city, and shall keep them at the same unequalled prices until they make such an announcement right now the war would cease in a very short time. Furthermore, I believe if we had come out with such an announce* ment in the beginning the war would never have occurred. I am not un aware that a few hr*lf-hearted efforts have ky-»e:i made in that direction from Yime aie but they were made in such a way as to raise strong question of tht-ir sincerity." Colorado Road* to Consolidate. DENV .K, Oct. 13.—The Republican says the Midland Terminal and the Florence and Cripple Creek railroads will consolidate about Nov. 1 and form a new railroad, which will bear the name of the Denver and Southwestern. The company is capitalized at$4,983,000. M«y6r Taggert Re-Elected. INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 13.—About mid night the complete returns from 13 of the 15 wards in the city indicated that Mayor Taggart (Dem.) is re-elected by 530 majority and the city clerk, police judge and conncilmen-at-large, all Democrats, by about 300. BRIEF BITS OF NEWS. The International Trade congress, composed of representatives of nearly every nation, is in session at Philadel phia. The French cabinet has voted to place all French colonies under civil author ity and to abolish all military adminis tration. Telegrams from Linz, Oapitai ot Upper Anstria, ou the Danube, report that the inhabitants of that district are in a htate of terror, owing to a series of "Jack the Ripper" murders. A .-ingle order of 350,000 pounds of drest-t-d poultry, making fourteen car load has just been received by a St. Josej.h. Mo., packing house from Lon don. Eng. Some of this consignment will be used by the British army and navy. Labor Troubles fn Texas. AUSTIN. Tex., Oct. 13.—Texas is at present having no little trouble with labor organizations and capital. So serious is the situation growing in some sections that the state officials h»ve had to take cognizance of the situation and place the rangers in charge. True beauty comes from within in stead of from without. A beautiful faoe is the outward sign. That's why Rocky Mountain Tea makes women beautiful. FRANK SMITH. JONES BROS DEALERS IN Hard & Soft le-COAL. ELEVATOR 'C' Prompt delivery to any part of the city. We respectfully solicit a share of your patronage. greatest bargains in tlie line of LADIES CLOAKS ever LOT 'C' style and quality—well worth 85.00. FRESH Every Day at The Model. Having employed JaB. H. Brink late of Omaha we can furnish you with the choicest of baked gocds from the good old home made bread to the fancy dainties. presh Line of Our Groceries are the best because ther are new EQQ5 WHERE Do I know they take pride in 6tting out patrons with Stylish, well-fitting and serviceable garments? GRINAGER BROS The Leading CLOTHIERS. FIRST IN THE INTEREST OF OUR PATRONS 1 gets dearer every day from now on. Now is the time to lay in a supply for the winter You can keep them perfectly fresh by dipping each egg in heated. F01SIIFFIIIE Hot much of any trouble and you have fresh eggs all winter at summer prices. 25 cents worth will preserve 300 eggs. Met Drug liioit. i a S i s a Contain black Astrachan cloth, also Beaver cloth garments, worth from $4.50 to £5.00— AM of them nice looking Cloaks, put up in good ^-fer-J f) nr SALE PRICE CHOICE Dan McKinnon. OPERA HOUSE. L. H. WILLHITE, Hgr. The Karl Bayard Steers COMPANY, TUESDAY, OCT. 17 IN I N O A R." Tnd135 Cents25 City residence lots for sale, 815 to 8^C0. ELMER SHERIDAN*. That Green Japan RED 5EAL TEA at C. A. KELLEY'S. Onetrf the finest Teas ever In town. Try it. A J. J. CRANEY. -T -y—?- Tom Carey's isfthe most] satisfactory place in the"city to buy Fancym&. Family Groceries. and Everything new and price® duplicated. fresh that cannot he Prompt delivery, (ioodjwelghl. Good measure. Perfect satisfaction. 1 Frest Bread Every Day u TOW CAREY.j New and r'lti, r. Attractive U •r? The latest creations in Fashionable Fan piiiiinen! New Velvets, Ribbons, etc. A complete stock of the most appropriate millinery for ear autumn wear. MISS L. GRINAGER TUG MILI.IN'ER. SEAMS SfWFD WITH SILK A Wlf'I't U St AM Mf ASS A NEW DOUBLE SEAT DOUBLE KNttS NETT & Co., CLOTHIERS.