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ion. —e OUR i PerTumes AKE HERE, nd they are well orth your atten- A look at our erfume Display iu clow will as ure you that our tock is large and hat everybody can ave their own hoice as to odor. Inis Schntz. orner Drug Store. iWIMIMIMII HMMMII CINDER BROS. nnjjes, tSc per doz.and up. laple Syrup, 25c per qt. riaplc Sugar 12}£c per fe "ranhcrrics, 10c per qt* abha^c, Ji£c per lb. ince Meat, 8c per lb. Shelled Hickory Nuts. c*evt hitler. «ey. Rock Candy. Hoarhf-und Candy. OYSTERS. CINDER BPOS. HANDLE THE BEST URADES OF UR FISH Have Just sPace gBlElMltff ARE* Sardine*, in oil .' ie. Sardines, Nansen brand 15c, two for 23c, 1 lb can aalmon, RED Something nice in tomato sauce, I lb *-»m+ Lake ciscos, smoked sturgeon, speckled trout, pickled shad. No. arrives,.,a. a Tralnt wiat— Mlxivl, No. 117, departs, 4:00 p. No. V8, arrive*. m. Train* north— PaaatDif r, No.aoi, depart*. ,#*»»....... 3:4% p.m Paaixnitcr. No.aw,arn»M 10:80a. Prt-lghl, No. JlT'i,depart* 7:46a. iq KreUM, Wo. 171, arrive. 5:(«)p. All (h«M train* are dally except Sunday. 9.1). AMPHBLL, Local Agent. THE CITY. LOCAL NEWS. New advertisement Frank Smith L. S. IVarson of Aberdeen I* od at the ljak Park. (Jeo. H. Sterner of Sioux Falls ig registered at the Madison house. Jas. Pl/.ak of Austin, Minn., arrived last evening fur treatment at the bos pital. ltobt. (Jlatz has rrtvtwd home, very much plea*»d with his «iotar'« MpMi cnce in the south. Weather fun-cast: Generally fair txv tilit nnd Wednesday, except threaten int nnd colder to night. J. P. Nelson who has been visiting hifi daughters. Klla and Louise, returned home to I'a-s lake. Minn. lingular meeting of Madison Chapter. 0. K. S. to night. Work in the decrees. Kvcry uilictr curuotly -lue^ed to be present. L. J. t'onxiran returned from Bri*«tc4 on the morning train. H. H. !ulstine, A. H. Smith and wife were arrivals also from the. north. During the month of March, one third off on all sjM'ctaclcs purchased at my store. Satisfaction guaranteed. Eyes tested free. C. H. Wood. May wheat closed Opened closed 1, ill No. 2. f»7 tlax, $1.40 harlev, .18. The Milwaukee railway will sell settlers' tieekets every Tuesday from thi time until April »». to the Pacific i\mst and inter mediate points, for from Madison,'good only for Iwe way. At the Down- farm H., miles north of Madison on Monday, March i"», U*)l, (J. I. Muntfcr will sell at public auction his farming stock and impliments, sale to be^in at 1 p. ni.. with Win. auctioinnr. The hearing of the nuardinship case of Lila Winter, minor, which was to lmve come up in county court to day wa continued until next Monday, and the administrator casa in t^! "•"'talt: ul the late & SMT tUL Orders will receive Prompt Mention. Free delivery.' Mary E. Winter, until no*t Tues day. Mariar Peterson will sell at public auction at her place five miles south of Maditon on Tuesday March '«!. IS*1! ,lt'r farm implements and live stock of which she has a large and valuable list. Wm. Lee will act as auctioneer sale Itegins at The purchase of the Frank Fox lxwl init «Noy I'J Messrs. CoIT. »iul ,'hrunk'lpd i f-'ni '-r4 q# .Kpi£} r! SALT The common saying, "we have something just as good," should not the salesman that makes this assertion has never seen the goods he is talking about. There is always the best in everything and we have it. ©Ijc flail)} £citber MADISON, HOl.'TH UAKOTA. TITKSDAY, MARCH. If. 11*01. UMl TIm* Takl* Of the rhica(^, Milwmikt* and «t. Paul ratlwtf. i which Volt effnet Sunday, Marcli iT, HIOl. Train* roIii# Mailt— Pai»'iiif.T No. «, 11.-part* 10:40 a. Way freight No. :W, departs 4K"ft a. Pretjfht No 74, d»»ii\rt« 5 4i p.m Arriving fnm th«*a*t— PtM*tiK*r No. 1,arrlvt** S5 p. Way freight No. w, arrive.... 5 JJI) p. Messrs. Mich yesterday, at 75 today at highe-t, 75'4: at 7."». Local market, wheat, No. M«lon.-.r, I.K in.vosI.rd»y sl)ui v I I.KII, „,,K.rHt..l-Hrstot« s. ri, s uf movos tluil m.J result in som.'tliin(( sub»l»n- Where can I get the best PANT in t* city for the moaqr? BURNETT & CO., **V"I WE HAVE IN CANS," S Lobsters, cove Sardines, aalmon. h: Clam chowder, fr' '»l Is FISH, Salmon, herring, %•*, i* Mackerel, white fish* tial for the city. The primary object itt purchasing the alley was to get. control of the building to move it to the rear of the lots, on the front of which Mc- r*. Coffey and Maloacv contemplate build ing a three story brick hotel. While figuring on this substantial improve ment with much earnestness and deter mination. Messrs. Coffey and Maloney have not finally determined to engage in the enterprise, but it is one of the prob abilities that may seon eveatuate. The idea of moving the Madison house to that corner has l»een abandoned and if anything is done there in that line it will be a new block. The gentlemen figuring on it have the means and enter prise to- carry it through and should they decide to build a hotel it will be one that will le a credit to Madiiion. Pending their division in the matter, perhaps, awaits the future dis[tosition of the Madi-on house, as we understand that if a form. The patient has a well marked initial stage, but the attack abates and the patient is well again in three, fonr or six days at the latest, but it should be borne in mind that a patient may have a very severe typ« aiul come out all pitted w|ien oi)b' vi to one of these very light or Benign- types. The death rate as given by em in cut authorities is as follows: Henigm form, li, |mt cent die. Descrete form. 0. per cent die. Confluent form. 40J per cent die. Malignant form, 7J).9 per cent die. It will be noticed that the deatli rate of the tirst two types is exceeding!} low. and is it not more reasonable t.' look upon the present epidemic as be longing to those lighter types and treat them with the care that is due such a disease as small |HX. especially when so diagnosed by men who have seen thousands of cases of small |ox ami made them a study instead of ealliqg it •Cuban itch." or any other 'old ifeh Such a diagnosis has a tendency make people careless in adopting the necessary and timely preventive measure as vaccination, and in thi way needlessly be exposed ami expo-'' Others. The comparative mortality between those vaccinated and th»» who have not undergone this operation is as follows: The Descrete type, vac cinated, 0.8 per cent. The Descrete type, not vaccinated, 35.1 per ceat. The Con fluent tvi»e, vaccinated, 40.1 per cent The Confluent type, not vaccinated, 71. per cent. See that yo«S get tb® original Witt's Witch Hazel Salve when you ask for it. The I genuine is a certain cure for piles, torci) and skin diseases. COOK & OPEK. handVeHE H-.H V forbids us giving the complete list, we will quote you a few prices to give a general idea of our immense stock 7. .* be listened to be Orland Items. rorrapondence ot The Pally Leadat. The literary meeting held at the Wes tabv school house the evening of the l'itti.wasa grand success. The topics wer unusually interesting and the pro gra n spiced with recitations and music. Mi— Marron and Mr. Hughes discussed abl i how county schools might be im pro\ ••(!. and the farmers got new ideas of pro! -t Coffev and Maloney not build a new hotel on their corner, Mr. I. 1). Smith will purchase the Madi son house and move it to hi» lots across the street xtuth and east of the opera house, for hotel pur|M»«e.s. A few such moves as these successfully making. carried out will start a veritable building faeem it Madison. Milliank has a physician. Dr. Kriesel, who take^ issue with lr. Adams of Watertown in calling the prevailing epidemic in this country only Cuban itch. He says Dr. Adams cave a few -yrnptonis of a e»ere or confluent type but said nothing of the milder type- that were as truly small pox. Dr. Kriesel sa\- there are fciur ty|»es of small jhix recognized by authorities the benigne. the descrete, the confluent, and the malignant or black pox. Some people, and csj»eeially those who have seen only a genuine confluent case of small po\. may be kcpticnl a to the existence of a benijjne form of this disease, but the e\i dence is overwhelming that there really is .7 hn Potter who is said to be about the best corn raiser in the county, ex plained his method of corn culture W. R. K -ynolds showed how to raise wheat with least expense and biggest returns Ed K' lley gave new pointers in a spicy way on fotato raising Spencer Westaby handled ably that greatest of all jues tion- to Dakota farmers and dairymen, gra-s. raising. For the next meeting. Friday evening, the ±M, a big program is outlined. The question, Resolved, that the Nicaraugu an canal should be owned and controlled by the United States government, will be debated, and the Jolly Farmers' band will be present in force. The last literary meeting at the Mc (lillivrayschool house was postponed owing to unfavorable weather, but a good time is expected next Wednesday evening, the 'J2d inst. The question for debate is. Resolved, that the principles Of this government are fast changing to tho-e of an aristocracy. Kugene J. Hall, the poet and publisher, says that one dose of Folev's Honey audTar restored his voice when hoarsenens threatened to prevent bis lecture at Central Music Hall, Chicago. Nothing else as good. CHRIS. SCHLTZ. Like Oliver Twist's, children ask for more when given One Minute Cough Cure. Mothers endorse it highly for croup. It quickly cures all coughs and colds and everythroat and lung trouble. It is a specific for grippe and asthma and has long been a well known remedy for whooping cough. COOK »fc ODF.E. 4 Maud Cewffli Medicine for Children. "I have no 1 lepitancy in recommend ing Chamberlain's Cough remedy," says F. P. Morau.a well Known and popular baker, of Petersburg. Va. "We have given it to our children when troubled with bad coughs, also whooping coughs, and it has always given perfect satisfaction. It was recom mended to me by a druggist as the best cough medicine for children as it con tained no opium or other harmful drug." sold by all druggists. BUSINESS NOTICES. FOsll OUND. Oold rimmed spectacles. at The Dhily Leader office. A. Xi RUN. w I ANTED. Hoarders, at the former Tyler residence. Wm.TIEKNEY. HA VIC for service, at the J. Leslie Thompson place, west side of town, a full blooded pedigreed Jersey bull. Llaundry Jri.u s SCHMIDT. AUNDRY. If you want first-class work, and prompt delivery, patronise the Madison Steam laundry. O. T. FI U.KK. CE. ICE. Ice delivered to any part of the city. 'Phone, lh Dspecialist, R. J. S. ITIIKI I. BROS. JOHNSON, eye and ear of St. Paul, will be at the Lake Park hotel on the 28th. iHh and •Wtb, and April 1st, and will be fjlatl to meet those desiring his services for such diseases as come within his specialties. FITY residence lots for sale, |15 to 19200. E. SHERIDAN. •W'jr:*-' i SMOKED FISH, White fish, Halibut, Herring. WHOLE CODFISH, Middles, 2 lb bo*M» clear of bone. Masonic Temple 'Phone Call No. DAN McKINNON. An lloiie»t Meli«-ine for I.M «Srippe. George W. Waitt. of South Gardiner. Me., says: "1 have had the worst cough, cold, chills and grip and hav»' taken lots of trash of no account but, profit to the vendsr. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the only thing that has done any good whatever. I have used one bottle of it and the chills, cold and grip have all left me. 1 congratu late the manufacturers of an honest medicine.,' For sale by all druggists. "1 had a running sore fon mv leg for seven years." writes Mrs. Jas. Forest of Chippewa Falls. Wis., "and spent hundreds of dollas in trying to get it healed. Two lioxes of Banner Salve en tirely cured it." No other salve so healing. INVEST IN PAINT. Paint on your buildings adds ten per cent to your property's selling value. In- I terior painting gives an air of prosperity and comfort. Good paint is always worth more than it costs, and the best paints these days go farther and last longer than ever before. DeVoe Mixed Paint is the paint to use. In applying itjyou will learn that it covers more surface than any other paint, but you must wait about five years to fully appreciate its quality. WE ARE SHOWING A FRANK SMITH.! LADIES' RAINY DAY SKIRT Which we have never seen equaled for less than $5.00, for $100, FULL TA1L0RFD. We are also showing a nice line of TAILOR MADE SUITS & SKIRTS at prices which WE, at least, have never been able to show. Cuius. SCHI TZ. JACK RABBIT LINE. THE FAIR. CITY MEAT MARKET, JOHN 8CHULTZ Proprietor. Keep constantly Qtt hand a Ml linw of Fresh au cored Ms Fish, fowl and Game in season, Egan avenue. NOUQH SAID.