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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, February 22, 1900, Image 3

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CENTS
LUBLE ROLL.
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f'.'ramii for oar
stock. Which
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our
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[eal Enjoyment
Ft CITY.
HRIiVITIES.
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this morning.
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rolls of ft kind.
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and
vour
choice.
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properly.
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by
".ug glasses. No
:-t _• the eyes.
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Optician.
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v Local 4*«at.
,Y LEADER
TH DAKOTA.
IN:' AKY Ir-j, IW*.
of
eperts
weather re-
tbiguest11,
l,t0h*
to Tiait[og
JI in® of Mrs. II
fri«l.lddfirt
•Dtert«,nsd
e"ds
Ull
J"*?
S- Promisa to ba
Niof
OPERA H0U8E,
QArrivals this evening: Rev. Shepherd,
II. P. Smith, Mrs. J.
A.
put
in
plaoe by oarpenters.
Arrivals from the north this morning
were: Key. T. A. Flync, and M. F.
Bast and Louis (Jonyo of Ratnons,
A large dance was bold at the home of
Will Porteous, last night, by neighbors
and friends from Wentworth and Mud
ison.
Mrs. A. H. Marsland
1). T. Soott, agent for the Dowagiao
drills, has haci a platform ou which tn
display bis tnaohities erected just south
of Sherman 11 roe. & Hratager'e.
Deputy Public Kxaminer Hugh Smith
of Howard drove fu« jrse over to Mad
ison last evening and to day went east
on the train on otlioial business.
The olllcee at the Carlton A Soott
stables are being enlarged into a 20 by
iTJ-fiK.t building, two stories high and
w*U be turned into a family residenoe.
Any kind of piano you want, the cele
brated Farrand .V Votey organs, and
Standard hewing machinee, are handled
l»y H. F. Hereon, three doors weet of
poetoffioe.
All lady members of the O. B. S. are
requested to meet at Mrs. A. M. Md^al
list««r, Fritltty afternoon at o'clock
Important luiHiijeea. Unng ailk piece*
and thimblee.
Word omes from tba asylum at Yank
ton that the patient, James Lunn, of
this rountv, caunot lie taken in at pree
at owing to the uverorowded oondition
the institution.
C. W. St.irley, frtim tbe south part of
the county, was ia the city to day and
reports the uew railroad surveyors near
tig his netghbor:iooJ from Dell liapids.
n their way to Canova.
II. C. Miller, engineer at the Coffey A
Larkin mill, gave (reorge Washington's
memory a vooiferous salute at high
noon to-day by giving his two steam
whistles vent in three long toots.
The entertainment given by the Ox
ford club at the opera house last even
iog was choice and most enjoyable in
every respect. There was any variety of
instruments played upou but the play
ers were artists in every case.
Pierre Journal, IT: County superin
tendents have been oalling upon the
atate department to know where they
are to secure the funds for institute pur
poses this yesr. The proposition was
passed on by tbe attorney general who
holds that there are no school funds
available for that purpose under the
present law. Unless some method can
be found to draw on the county general
funds for institute purposes, many of the
oounties will be compelled to dispense
with institutes this yesr,
Thoee farmers in Lake ooaatj who
bought steel ranges last fall from trsv
sling salesmen on the instslliueut plan,
and we understand there were a good
many of them, will be interested in read
ing the following from Hamlin county
where one of the gang has been brought
to grief. His name w Walrath, and he
ubi arrested on a charge of forgery
while oolleoting on the notes given by
parohasers of steel ranges to peddlers.
Ths
oomplaining
witness is a Mr. Jaoob
son. The sheriff found in the possession
of Walrsth a number of forged notes for
amounts greater than the parties giving
thsat had signed. One was for in
stead of $25 another had an sndorse
ment on it for $3,40 instead of $34 those
who had turned in their old stoves for
$25 each found that they were oredited
with ooly 12.50, and
a
tracts signsd stated
graphed receipts wara
Mms
6 oVjIook
•ooompaniad
•Pital.
"'nveti to
,u°'
Mi0o *tfaroed
SATURDAY.
Cummings & Alexanders
WORLD-RENOWNED
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN CO.
A (ii^anticorganization of 30 people: introducing Harry P. Wan
Immpion gnn and spear junior. Street pnrndo at 3 p. m,
PRICES, 25. 35 and 80c.
Shimerda, liev.
Frank Duraot ot Flandreau.
Ihe new pews for the Preebyterian
ohuroh arrived last evening and are be­
who want
Lake Prratoa U*t evening to assist in
o*gani/.ing a llebekah lodge, returned
this morning.
J. li. Aikensof the west side was in
the oity to day atid reports that theCnn
ova people nre hopeful of tl.s new rail*
road the coming summer.
Dancing classes will meet Friday af
ternoon and evening. All pupils are re
quested to l»e present, as the first lesson
in the german will lie given.
issusd
by tbe company.
istrate, twsnty or mors witn
fled to having dons business
agsnts. Tha man was held
the
sum
tor
er
by the illness
u» «.
oaah and left town. It w
will oot return.
•Btar the
for the
At
tion of Walrath bsfors
riles af Fesple.
testify to Bannsr Salvs in oiiftaf pile®,
Vrast BUN aBaiuailM^t""
quiakly ourad by Bannsr Salvs*
hasHaa nai»rtr HI MM world.
MUMINSWR QASJA. 80AM
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
FEB.
24.
lEGAl RIGHTS NOT REGARDED
TVLLA
Frederlo 4% ltnli«-rt»»n
Hummer
continued before the
houHo committee on military affairs.
Frederic U. Kotxrtson resumed his nar
rative giving the legal priced lugs he
a opted in lehalf of the imprisoned
miners
and the difficulties he claims to
have encountered from the military
authorities, state and federal,
lie
he \as refused permission to
to
used to preserve order
and uphold the civil authorities, but, in
fact, he declared, they superceded tho
civil authorities and in some instances,
which were detailed, arrested men in no
way connected with tbe outbreak. He
said there were no warrants and none
of the usual forms of law, but when a
man was wanted be was stopp**l on the
street and sent to the "bull This
was dne by deputies who acted under
the statu officials and tho military au
thorities. The witness was still on tbe
stand at adjournment for tbe city.
MUNICIPAL LEAGUE VICTORY.
M»1c
4irr«t ItirumU Into Republican and
Ifemorratlr Itanka at Philadelphia.
Pllll.auki.I'IIIA, Feb. 'J3.—Returns of
the election in this city did not come in
from outlying wards till almost day
light. Sixteen magistrates were voted
for and tlie result shows a d»-cid«-l vie
tori-for the candi'lutes nominated by
the municipal league in opposition
the regular Republican and Democrats
nominees. While the Republican*
fleeted by reduced pluralities lo cundi
dates they were entitled to under tlu
law, only two of the six Democratic can
didates were successful, the municijial
league eh-cting the other four. Th
four men elected by the municiiitl
league are: AlU-rt H. Ijtdncr, William
Eis» nbrown. J. M. R. Jermoii and John
M. oT.rien. Jcrinou, Ix fore whom ex
Senator l^uny was tirst arniigued. was
d''iiied supiKirt by the Rpublican?
Li sen brow ti is the magistrate befon
whom the lmllot IKIX stuffers were ar
Kaigned and held in heavy Uiii.
Fear the Iowa l.iquor tW,
Siorx CITY, la., Feb. 21.—Owing to
the menacing attitude of the present
Iowa liquor law the Sioux City P.rew
ing conii«any bus canceled all its order*
for machinery for improvements which
it had decided to make this year. Thest1
improvements were to have cost $200,
000. Tho owners say that money in
vested in brewery property in Iowa nn
4*ir the present law is not safe.
RE
Food IJIW Kno«*kr«l Out.
I'll
(Vm i'MBI s, O., Feb. 33.—Tbe su]irenie
court holds that tbe state food and
dairy commissioner has no right to dt
maud and cotn|»'l makers and dealers to
furnish him with samples of their prod
acts or goods lor examination.
W*U Known la Michigan.
CiMCAtio, Feb. 33.—George Labram,
killed by a lioer shell at KimlH-rley, is
on expert milling engineer and ma
chinist. He is well known in the cop
per and iron districts of Northern Mich
igan ami was located for some time at
Houghton, in that state, lie has been
connected with the IV Uecrs diamond
mines at Kimberley for a IKnit 10 years.
Mother Two Son* Drown.
CAW
MAT,andJ..
and two sons of Thomas Stevenson
were drowned in a jxnid near their
home at Kldorado. Tbe two boys, who
were 10 and i:i years of age. were play
ing on the ice when they broke through.
Their screams attracted the attention of
the mother, who ran to save them, and
all perished. _______
II.
olaoss in tbe con­
that
old stoves shall be
no oiadit for
and Tar cough
tha examine
a
Brookings mag­
lesti-
of $400, wbioh he deposited in
medicine
Sir.e
't
with ths
to bsil in
I
More About
Idaho It lot latler«.
Washington,
F« b. 23.—'The investi-
Ration of the mining troubles and the
conduct of the United States forces in
Idaho last
says
be
present
at tlie inquest of those killed during the
outbreak and was unable to communi
cate with the accused miners as to their
rights, although representatives of the
mining comjiany were present. He
protested to the attorney general that
tlie miners were being denied tbe right
of counsel.
I an»l Forma of Law Not Ohnfrved.
The witness said General Mcrriam
was in charge of the "bull jieii." Thwse
were improvised quarters, as no prison
was available, and consisted of old
buildings and lwoc cars surrounded by
wire fence. Mr. Koliertsoii expressed
tbe opinion that the Unitud States forces
should have
lx?en
He ml It to the Philippines.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 33.—A boom for
ex-Governor George W. Peck of Wis
consin as one of tbe Philippine commis
sioners has developed since his arrival
in Washington with tho Milwaukee
convention crowd. The Republicans
from Wisconsin and nearby Western
states are heartily in favor of Peck, if it
is McKinley's intention to give one
place ou the commission to a Western
Democrat.
Mr. Bryan In Florida.
TAMPA, Fla., Feb. 33.—W. J. Bryat
spent a busy day in Tampa. The morn
ing was devoted to sightseeing and at 4
in the afternoon be held an informal re
ception in the rotunda of tho Tampa
liay hotel. At 7:30 in the evening Mr.
l'ryun s]»ke to an immense crowd it: 1
ths courthouse plaza. I
There's no beauty in all the land,
That oan with her face compare.
Her lipp ar* red and her eyes are bright. I
She takes Rjcky Mountain night.
PTE'
?i, Feb. 23.—Tho wife
Appletou, justice pesos,
N.J.
Clarksburg
"DsWittof
's
says
Little
Early Risers are the best pills made for
constipation
Ws use
"O
others."
Quickly ours all hvet and bowel
COOKKODM.
-I
given eioept
litho
have always used Foley's
"onsy
snd think it
the best in tbe world says
Bender,» newsdealer of brie, ra.Cbss.
CHI:'8. SCAMS.
indicate qnslity. Beware
doesn
believed ha
of counterfeit snd worttdess salve offer
for Witch Hsssl 8alve
DeWitt'sPeWitt's
is the only original. An in
fallible enrs for ptlss and all skin
diseases. COOR &
F. B. Thirkield, health? inspsotor of
ohi«wo. w.
oan not bs
recommended
FRANK'IVaSat
HITH.
C.
E
Loans &
PMc Tern.
(tip
Coal
It tte Hyde Elevator
u
Wm. Fintzel, Agt.
JONES BROS
DEALERS IN
Hard & Soft
wCOAL.
i
too highly. It
cured ma of ssvsrs dyspspsia.
It
gssts wbst you sat and oures
ths
Mgtlon, hsartburn
di-
indi-
and all
dyspspsia. Oooa
forms of
AODU,
ELEVATOR 'C
Prompt delivety to any part of
the eity. We respectfully solicit
a thait of your patronaf*.
Headquarters for
...BARGAINS-
wish to call attention to all bargain seekers that New
Goods are arriving daily. This week ihaye toweli as a spec
ialty. The best and largest all
Linen Towels for 25c
©yer offered in the city. I can save you money in all depart
ments. You are kindly invited to call, look over my line and
convince yourself that I am backing up my assertions.
1
Yours Ready to Please,
J. J. FITZGERALD
i^Watch mjr ad there Will be new attractions every week.
Make Ready For
In fact everything to be found in a
Tha
.MASQUE...
WE CAN HELP YOU.
The first step towards getting] ready for
the Masquerade on the 22nd is to come and
see how well we are equipped to help you.
Sight of our masker's supplies will afford you
many suggestions.
MASKS from ic to 50c, BANGLES,
BELLS, TISSUE PAPER, etc. [to yourj choos
ing. Don't deny yourself the] privilege of
widest choice there is no other such choice at
your command. Large as our assortment is
you realize the advantage of choosing early-
others may want the precise article that you
would prefer.
FRANK SfllTH,
'Phone Call No. i Masonic Temple.
GINDER BROS
will conduct the Model Bakery hereafter and
believing that a pleased customer is the best
advertisement a store can have we shall make
every effort to please all patrons of the estab
lishment, but while we shall not go into the
business of cutting prices we will resurectthe
BAKER'S DOZEN, so please remember that
all baked goods usually sold by the dozen will
be counted thirteen to each~dozeri"sold~We
will keep one of the largest stocks of Fruits &
Confections in the state whtefe we wiU sell
low as possible, also
FRESH & CANNED VEGETABLES, FRUITS,
and BOTTLED GOODS,
Metropolitan Bakery, Confectionery and Fruit
Store.
And don't forget our CIGAR & TOBACCO
DEPARTflENT, a big stock and well assorted.
NEW
TAILOR SHOP
I have opened a shop first door west
of the telephone office where 1 will do all
kinds of tailor work.
Call and see my samples for suits. AU
Wfrk guaranteed.
-NT
S-
r"bang
GINDER BROS.
MODEL BAKERY.
up"
JAS. REQAN.

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