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CIGAR poor one. a ig often :,v big oods of the ,till more la# cigars CIGAR, t, nt(iiu it* original ,r\t be kept at cer i at ur«s und with lm» TT MOISTURE* \\Y keep the tading Brands nwuiufucturerH in 1 st:it«*s and aim to r.irs just right, nickel cigar is •itf ILNIOR. )U tried it? KlS SCltt'T1/. l. E BEAUTY |A PRECIOUS STONE .h1 cr marred by the picture may be 1() eeleCtlUg our -more than ordinary 'i euh eoi of mount ... In- glad to have you what we have to \:k, OI'AI.H, l*KAIll-S Bii.t, KM'.-of »ur exquisitely and .1 It HI I. t. H.WOOD Jeweler le&tr&l BIoq^. UIIIH L»»»l Tlaa* Taaie v **nk» nu1 Mt. Paul railway, MimJiy, Aucaat H, 1HW. „I1 :on A. 'i'-i'iirt* 4i-*1 •. in ift« (:IL) |I. IU "Hdt 4:W ni arrive 8'V |. in 6: JO ». 1' p. 10:40*. u,ul"y 4:1" p. l— In:4& *. •j 'l»tlv 'xrfpt tinmlay. '•J. iiuLMKd. L«**i A|Mt. JOAILY LEADER '*^N. SOUTH DAKOTA. I' KHKTAKY 10, 1W0. HE CITY. Nul UKI-VITIBS. •W. u*« departed for Sioux ,(,n. Esq., returned from Hiimoca spent the day F). at U» opera ••'•n. 10 'dentine voting contest 8dr^Htore ,hl« evening: lira. FIJOD, •Moor,. ,l0j Kyan ,r^'"WB Wwr®selling at auotion $a to »34. "r*"UBt: Generally fair to- warmer to-night. Mrs. Ed. DevaneT ***nd weeks at the Madison "'"oh Unproved. »«'ibbsll reports 270 aharae [ai E, of tha Madiaoo [ana r^Cassociation. .o»OHleve.M •P" kins,. ,onor of |d ih*ir West Superior. an11,1 hUr« 8. Brown of Sioux i v#rett of Watertown r^tthe Madison house. st: Whsat, No. 1,51 oenta K H/25. May wheat in 1Uea ^and oloaed at •00^t at tha raaidenoa 1 Lwt*ndsd •'Jtooki WM T#ry tBtkt "ooklBKwuHM, V. PTM 8erv»oee, to-night, at the German fivangalioal ohurch, opposite the M. E. oburoh, by Uulliokson Bisters, Soandinavian ianguag«. All Skandinav laas invited. Mrs. Prank Foster of Sioux Fall# was an arrival at the Madison hospital to day. The hospital is pretty well filled just now with a dozen patients, seven having arrived within the paat ten days. Miss Clara Lawless returned to Flan dreau to resume her school Monday. Aooording to word received by her, only two oases of scarlet fever developed in that oity, and it was thought there was no danger of a general outbreak. Volga Tribune, 8: A number of traveling men make Volga their "head quarters" and drive from here to the oountry stores at ISinai, Prairie Queen and DelmAge. They visit these "marts of trade" every two weeks. The conoert Isst evening uut'er direc tion of Warren Tulles WHH fairly well at tended and also appreciated. iOueorea were uumerous, ami the chorus and Nordraak sinning reflected much credit ou theellloieiicy of Mr. Tulles as a direc tor and drilltuaster. Plaudrau Enterprise, 8: Mils Clara Lawless went to Madison yesterday to spen«1 a few days at her home. She started out of town amidBt a shower of rice from her IIHHO iates. Like all the ladies their aim was so very good that the spectators got it in the eyes, the mouth, the nose and the neok, but out so bad but a merry laagh went all around, (iirls will be girls, and we can't change it —a good idea too. Supt. Uiederstaedt received noVoe to day from State Land Commissioner Kastman that be and State Auditor Keeves would be at his ofBce in Madison, Saturday, February 17, to appraise the »ohool lands of Lake oounty. An agent of the state land department has been in the county the present week looking over the school lands, no doubt furnish ing the land commissioner with esti mates of their value in advent)» of their coming. The Miller Stockman of renent date has the following concerning an old Madison resident: "Mrs. J. 11. K ibttrts was 7f years old Friday and some thirty relatives and friends gave her a surprise A pleasant time resulted. In the eve ning a number of others gathered at her home and enjoyed themselves, a feature of the party teing music from a grama phone which her son, .). \V, Cojir.llette brought along. Mrs. lioberta is well and active, more so than many others not nearly so old." Howard Democrat, I*: Virg Prich artl and Charley Gordon took two loads of household giKxis to Madison Tuesday for Win. Join**, the stonemason, who will make that city his future place of rest iliMioe... .Several of the firms who have he»«n drilling well* in I^ake county seen to have met with poor success among the Vermillion lulls. The tinn of Hanson Meyer have taken out their tubing from the Irving Cole well aud are drilling in a now place. A.J. Johnson and \V. Dem aray have abandoned a well on the Morse farm after drilling almost 400 feet. The modern and most etTsctive oure for oonstipation and all liver troubles the famous little pills known as De Witt's Little Larly Kisers. COOK A ODKK. (i. H. Appleton, justice of peace (Markshurg, N. J. says, "DeWitt s Little Early Risers are the best pills made for constipation. We use no oifiers." Quickly oura all liver and bowel troubles. TK(H HLK IN MAHTIM^E. Mob of Mlnrn Prevent* Harvesting of Canr—Xtnr M«MI Klllfd. FORT IK FKAM K, Martinique, Feb. 10.—(Via Haitien cable.)—A mob of about 1,300 miners has since Monday last been preventing the harvesting of sugar cane. The movement is extoud ing and troops have lieen w nt in all di rections. An infantry post of 2*» men was at tacked and fired on its ussailiuits, kill ing 0 men and wounding 14. In the commune of Francois, two incendiary fires have occurred on plan tation. An Additional Estimate. LoNiK'N, Feb. 10.—A parliamentary paiHT issuixl estimates that i'ia,tXMM*W (ilW) 000,000) adtlitiouol will bo required for the war exp.mses for tho yeareuding March 31. Mutiny ('aiiftluK tireat Analety. LONDON, Feb. 10.- A SJMRIAL d«P«^ from Cairo says the mutiny of oso troops at Khartoum has OSSUIIUMI se rious proportions aud is causing jfrua anxiety. Fatal delajra are caused *»J[ a*PJ« menting with ooogh and 'HI!RCHIW. °i!ir *f *•th* in the llooae. or Worship tke City Te.Morrew. OKA,'E CHUKCH. Services in Oraoe church Bishop COOK A ODER. MAV L»K AHANDONKU. KfTi»ViS t4 Arrmii* Itrrlprnritjr TfUll' t'ntlrr Ihr llliiKlry Art. WASHINGTON, Feb. 10.—Before pr» ceeliiig further with the construction »f new n-«*iproi'ity tn»«ties the stntc depart m«-lit will iiwuit the action of the senate u I toll the (lending French treaty. Should tlmt fail all efforts to nfTWt tliereci priK-ity scheme as contained in the Dingley act will 1*'iilMindoned. It is pro)mhlc, too. that iu the cveut of the continuance of the negotiations another pleni(»otvntiurv must lm found «n the (Kirt of our government to take jmrt of the lienvv w«»rk thai bus fallcu to tho Hhnri' of Sir. Kassoii. cold ourss. Foley's Hoosy and Tar will prevent a ookl from rmlUw Sunday at the morning at 10:45 and in the evening 7:30 Sunday school at 12 m. At morning service the Holy Euoharist will be celebrated. It is greatly desired that all the ohurch people should be in at atendance upon these services. We call the attention of everybody, irrespec tively, to the neoessity and practicability of attending religious worship. Come W. H. SPAHI.INC, Priest in charge. r'flRfflTfAK KC IKNCK services will be held at the residence of C. W. Wood at 10:45 a. m. Subject, Mind, it. a. ontmcit. Class meeting, 10 a. m. preaching, 10:130 Sunday school, 12 m. Junior League, 4 p. m. union men's meeting, union preaching, 7 :U). Union services in the opera house, addressed by Iiev. 3.1 W Mahood, Announcement for young peopled meeting will h« made at morn ing service. Mr. Mahood will preach in the morning. All are invited. A. C. SuKjMtF.nn, Pastor. I'HKAOTTKHIAN CIICKCII. lingular morning service, lOf.JO morn ing suhj-ct. Our Relation to the Past arxl to the Future Sabbath sohool, 12 n Christian Endeavor, C:H) p. ni. Uni n meeting in the opera house iu the e\e ning under the leadership of Rev. J. W. Mahood. Everybody cordially invited, HU.II Koiu.\soft Pastor, FIRST BAl'TIST rill'licit. Morning s-rvice at 10:30 sermon on The Poor in Spirit: Sunday school, 11:45 a. m. Junior Union, :!:30 p. m. B. Y. P. U., Announoemeuts will be made in the morning regarding the eveoing service. All welcome. C. M. CMSK, Pastor. I*llei« of People. testify to Banner Salve in curing piles. It is guaranteed. Cams. S nt Tz VERY~FEVT"~ RFXOVEIT. Of Fortr-»li Ca*r* of Ituhonlr I'ligv* at Monolnlti forty WVrr Fatal. WAsitiNrT(n, Feb. 10. —Surgeon Gen eral Sternberg has received a cimmuni cuticii fri Muj'.t Blair D. Taylor at Honolulu showing the great fatality from the bubonic plague at that poiut a:ui the greut di»tr»-»« caused tc the pep ulatiou by the ?b ruction cf a large jmrt of tho ChinoM- (iihtrict by fire Hi? report i« dated Jan 2*2 and tays that up to date there has been 4»i cases cf bu bonic plague with 40 deaths. "The w'ru-'.e wn," savii Major Tay 1'T. "hfts been u-.-rrutii and vach j-r Min is in?pet ted twice a day. On the iOth. while burning a part of China nvn, the fire get away and destroyed nar!v the whclv of tho district, render ing almost 4,000 Asiatics and natives homeless These people are now cor ralled in different plates under guard aud are being fed nt public «. xpense. It is feared, however, tli.it many cf them away a: the confiwou with «uch of tlitir household goods as they could arry and may spread the infection far and wids BK1EK BITS OK SEWS. T«-n j»ersons wer» killinl in a rcjir-end collision lusir Nareiita, Mich. Sir Kdniund Mmison. British amlias sador to hVance. has arrive«l at San Kemo, Italy. Whipple of Minnesota has gime Porto Rico to investigate church affairs on the island. Miss Kmilv Howard Crease, sister of Sir Heny t'rease. was killinl at Lyttou, B. C., bv u raili"'»i»d train. Senator Nelson has introduced an amendment to the currency bill per mitting the organization of national kinks in towns .1 I.IKKI inhabitants and over, with a capitalization of ooo. Oil the pro]Kisiil of M. DeWitto, the minister of tiuaiice. the czar has con sented to the importation of coal, ex clusively for the use of the Russian rail ways, free of duty until Sept. 1, next. Acting Secretary Sjtulding 1ms in structed the treasury otlicer at Cliarles ton S. C., to extend the courtesies of the department to the Norwegian cor vette KUida, which will call there about Feb. 1 h. FI.OWX. BEI.IKYK1) TO HAVK Opinion F*pr«*»«rtl Thai AKUII»M1«U» |.«ll Ha* t.ucon. CHICAOO, Feb. 10 —A spt cial to The Chronicle from Washington says: The war department believes that Aguinaldo has escuped from the island of Luzon. The department authorities would not be surprised to hear from him next as in Loudon or Paris, iu compauy with Agoncillo. F. B. Thirkield, health inspector of Chicago, says, "Kodol Dyspepsia Ours cannot be reoommended too highlj. It cured me of severe dyspepsia. It di gests what you eat and ourea indi gestion, heavtfeWB and all. forma of -lyW"- COOK & ODB*. Mote I'nlon M«MJ Lorhril Out. Clin w.o, Feb. 10.—More union men were let ut by the big contractors dur ing the day because they refused to work under the new rules. It is said by the contractors that 75 per cent of the in- ii who were working a week ago arc now idle. Iron at the Opera House SATURDAY NIQHT. Itrhlgf Swept .4wav. JAKRSVIU.K, Wis., Feb. 10.—A large amount of damage is reported as the re sult of Wednesday night's ruin storm, which was tin- hardest *een in this city in years. The iron bridge over the Rock river at Afton, five miles south of hAte, Was swept uway by ice. (jnartrr of A Million I-OMS. ESC.WABA, Mich., Feb. 10.—The Na tional Cooperage and Woudenware coin pony's plant was totally destroyed by fire at 1 a. in. The origin of the lire i not known, although it is supi*»ed to have started in or near the engine room. The losd ii estimated ut S'-'OO,000. A 9llwund-rMtandinK. Misunderstooil symptoms of disease lead doctors to treat something else when the kidneys are out of order. Folej's Kiduev Cure will bring you health wheo other medicines have tail ed. Cuius. Scurrz. Agents wanted for "Life of 1). L. Moody* by his son. W. K. Moody, and Ira I). San key. Lnrgest, rivhest and b-st. Highest profits paid. It is the ?i v otlinittl, authentic, endorsed life. A ithori/.-»»i by the fauuly. Beware of fitkes and frauds. Outtits free. Freight j' iid. Credit £iven. Drop all trssh and i\'*ar a month with the otliciHl. re liable life. Our reference, auy baidt in any town. Address, The Dominion Company, Dept. J, Chioago. ksti You may have forgotten that the latest music is sure to be found here. We endeavor to keep up-to date and with our exper ience think we know pretty well what is spic and span in songs. We make it a point to secure all the latest publications and sell them at a fair price. Frank Smith Masonic Temple. 'Phone Call No. i Roller Skating The last skate for Three Weeks. Music by Juvenile Band. I am offering this week Spec ial Inducements on LADIES' & CHILDREN'S JACKETS the rest of this week. Gents' Caps will be sold at cost. BARGAINS IN ALL WOOLEN GOODS. J. J. Fitzgerald. COUNTING City reeidenoe lots for to 8"? 0 El MK.il SHKRIDAN. "•THE COST.*- It's always best to keep "1 tew# always used Foley'H Honey i s nrsd Tar cough niediome. and think it the beet in the world." says Chas. itender. a ne\v#tlealer of Krie, Pa. 3 doesn't iadicate quality. Beware i of counterfeit and wortliiesn nalre offer e o e W i s W i a z e S a v e I).'Witt's is the only original. An in- |g fallible cue* for piles and all skin fi diseases. =j mi Hyae Bsvaim. a 111 look anead-to'eount the cost. Baying at the right drug store-where aafety is assured-prevents any possible risk in the consequences-makes it always certain that you secure the particular^remedy that suits the dUease-ohviates anyJP'^ible risk or danger. st reliable prices, a- Jwvll -often quite a earing to]youover that ofother?. COOK & 0DEE. •SUM I Palace Meat flarket. Fresh & Salt Meat5^n .f pm on Haiu Orders promptly delivered! to aoy part of4 the city. Call mid try us. J. P. NISSEN & SON. eaaeL CHI is. SCHI'TZ. 1 COOK A* ODKK. IS leal Estate, Loans ft i Wm. Fintzel, Agt. FARMER & FAKME1T7 ATTORNEYS S COUNSELORS AT LAW Offiosin Syndioata blook MADISON SOUTH, .. DAKOTA i view] thejresulta-to •3^1 ^IIIIN«II'C^N!!!!IIIKI !AIIAIIIL HHHHIHIIHUHIIMA ..^IIS Paerto Blco. Three tours of the beautiful island of Puerto K100 are eohed uled to leave Chioago January 11, February 15, aud Maroh 8. Special Pullman sleeping and dining oars will oonvey the party to New York, thenoe on board the splendid new steamships Ponce and San Juan, through and around the island by rail, automobile, carriage and boat. Tickets include all expenses every where. These seleot limited parties will be under the special eeoort of Mr. Walter Boyd Townsend under the management of the American Tourist Association Reau Campbell General Manager, 1428 Marquette Building, Chioago. Itineraries, Maps and Tiokets oan be had on applioation to the Agents of tha Cbtoaco, Milwaukee 4 84 IM Rf.