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or mniiiHi FRESfl GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FRUITS & Baked Goods Always on hand at Cinder Bros. Mii'i-nrt, tidiiH :uKoii. I'MNRW. .IAMWLY I"-. THE CITY. Local Grain Market. he Madison grain buyer** !b-d the following scale and prices ™in, th- latter to change from day affording to market report*: ,-«t, 1 WALL PAPER REMNANTS At 4 Cents per Double Roll. In order to get room for our new spring of Wall Paper, which will be some liing immense, we have decided to sacri ce all our small lots of paper and sell it 4 Cents per Double Roll. i We need the room very much and if ou need any paper, cheap, you ought to make use of this opportunity. CHRIS SCHUTZ, Corner Drug Store. I Ttm Taftl* ir*, ,, »tid HI. Fsal t-M.k i it !*-t "Hi! ir-rN r:* lW'1 10 a N'* 4 *. i 4, ft p.m fr-ttii lh» wii»i N-» •!. «rrl*w# fr-uht A «rrlr«« .•'•t Nu I.WtltM •!. N" •!. No Ms, *rri»h r.ortlt 8 trip.» fV il" p. in :«•••. n a N" -Ml. p. ft, N" sm, •rrirp#.. lo an*, .'•t N-i N 1 o i I nri» v miIIKNmin, l.orat A«»nt lie lUithj ^citbcv bare No. I Northern. »n •at, No. 2 Northern.. CI '•at. No. 3 f,j» '•at, N\». 4. ,v» 4G«4* 3M fl.4) n Weather Forecast. alr i.ik'Jit hihI Thursday 1 -i ti.,n to-night. 1 coolcr LOCAL NEWS. an*, ~n per pound, at Ginder i V o 4 0 u s e k a i a "raoRw, Vtc pet dosen^ at Oin- Bros. grocery. 1«' Madison band will meet at "til to-morrow evening, Langli«., %jf«, ftmj ||iJ4 returned Prt ston ou the evening train, ^infred visitorsbetween trains to-day Mr. and Mm. r' ,l) Ume, Mr. and Hinger. Oyster-served raw or stewed at Oin dor Bro». bakery. iood service. Nicest place for a lunch after the show. Edwin lA*t of "hokio, Minn., i* visit ing hi* brother. Wru. Lee, and other rel attvea and friends in the city. A public reception will bp (riven the vv paH?c»r and wife. lie v. and Mrs. Ed* k. Burton, at the Baptist church, Fri day evening. i C. II. Wooti, W. H. Wagner and daugh ter, K. J. Cole and James Cole, were de- I arture* last evening for Pierre to enter government land. The remains of the late N. C. Bollock place church Friday at 10a. m. IK'parttire.s east on the 10 a. m. train r«». Mrs. K««bbin Tucker for her home at Heron I*ake, Minn.. Harvey W. Smith ai.d family for their heme in Milwaukee. Hot «»das at (tinder Bros, soda foun tain. Hot chocolate, clam IiuuIIior, be.»f tea, ginger, lemonade, etc. B^t cup of coffe* in city, (itnder Bros. try. hi fountain. There ia little new* to day from the chase of the Went worth bank robbers further than that they went south and t:»eir trail is being closely followed by Wentworth parties. Registered at the Lake Park: J. .1. C«»ats of Webster. Kd. Lamlon of Lily. A re|ort i* being circulated that there is a case cf smallpo* at thi* hotel, but landlord Kahlerinform* u* that there has not been nor is any ea-w of sinallix)* in the house nor even anyone sick. A man by the name of Courtright, about year* of age. who run the en gineofthe Portoou* threshing machine last fall, i* down with smalljHJX at the OImoii hotel, on Fourth street. The house ha* been quarantined and all Miss Hfflc I). Jones, teacher in tfyland district. No. 10, send* in a very credit aide roll of honor pupils who have been neither absent nor tardy during the first mouth of her school just passed. The pupil* are, Delia Klassy, Ida Kla-isy, 1W» Klassy, Lizzie Whalen, Bcnr.ie Klassy. Cyrus Klassv and Aguei-* Klassy. N«» tardy marks have been re corded in the school thus far. The Presbyterian choir of thi* city, assisted by Mis* Grace Cotfey aud I*. IInlstead. gave a musical concert last evening at Wentworth for the benetlt of the Presbyterian church of that place, and had a very gixid house and pleasant time. The concert i* highly sjKiken of by those who heard it, and the Went worth |eoph gave their visitors a de liciou* supjM'r at the close, treating them handsomely. The funeral of the late A. WilUml took place from the family residence in this city at l:.'k p- n»-. to day, l%cv. ker Burton conducting the service: A large gathering of friend* and neighbor-" were present. A son, Iavid illaul of Iowa, ami a daughter, from Kinpsbtiry county, were present. The jmll bearers were Win. Whit more, .los. Dixon, K. Walters, Wm. Metcalf, Clark Scram and Thos. Fenernn, The funeral ©t Mrs. '"J client dosed in Minnea|olis yes nt opened today at 77 ttt 7UA«. 4 S» the late Mm. In tho Delineator arrived on the evening train and the vendue want to bear this in mind when funeral will take place froui the M. E. considering whom they will get for an auctioneer. 1 necessary precautions taken to avoid in the fraternity were handed in. The the disease*, which in this case camp now number* 1*7 members and ha spreadi i* light. BEFORE INVENTORY SALE remains were followed to Madison cem etery by many sorrowing frieilds of the dei:easj*d. The pall luarers were I). 1). Holdridge. ieo. H. Farmer, C. W.Wootl, ('. J. i'urter, J. A. Me(»overn, F. I. Fitt*. As the season of auction sales ap proaches. venders of property naturally cast nbout to discover who can di*po«e of their goods and chattel* to the best advantage. There is one public crier ho towers above all others as a succcsa in this line that can bring several hun dred dollars more »ut of any ordinary sale of farm stock aud machinery, in thia county than any other auctioneer, ar.d that is Wm. I^ee. Mr. L«*e is nut only an adept at the business hut hi« popularity and success give him a decided advan tage over any other crier in the county or out of it. Farmers and other* who have property to dispose of by public The local camp. Modern Woodmen of America, hold their annual public in tallation of officer* and banquet last evening in their m-w hall for the present year, the new Odd Fellow hall, and had a very pleasant and successful time. The rooms and appartment* of the new Odd Fellow hall are superb, and alujut K»ij Woodmen, Royal Keighl»or?t and im mediate friends were present to enjoy the occasion After the installation which was conducted by Pa*t Sta?c Heputv Van I.lyk.'and Chief Forester Rub. rts, a active work ahead of it for a long tim to come. I If vou believe what you re wl at«ut Rocky iflountain Tea, see th it ou get thegenuiue, tua^lc only by the Mudisoii Medicine Oo. 35 cents, no niorc.no less, Fkank HMUH, lluu I l.ivr To|[« thrr. companion# jumped for too late. Mmy Bertha Farley tKk place from tir."u*e Fpiscopal church at 10 a. m. Tin* church wa-i tilled with sympathizing friend* of the family, and Rev. K. H. Fdson pn'ached a very edifying dis course to the living. Itwasa beautiful and solemn service throughout. The You can't afford to miss the Grand Cut Price Sale of CLOAKS, SUITS & DRESS GOODS, at D. McKlNNON. for February Alice M. Kellogg describes a small and very desirable country house. One of the best features of the house is that the kitchen and servant* quarters are quite distiuct from the other rooms. Not only are floor plans of the house given, but the building completed and numerous photograph* of the various room* ar tistically furnished, so that the prrs pective builder cannot only see the way the exterior will look, hut can get ideas for the proper furnishing of the interior. short program wa* given of instrumental uiu.su* by the Stacy orches tra, and then by the WiKwlnien and short address--, witty and suggestive, by liev*. C. K. Matteson and Hugh Ikd»inson. who ar members of the camp. Following this came a feast of good thing* for the physical man, set forth bv the lioval Neighlwirswho were untiring in their service and generosity. It was an even ingof mirth and genuine social enjoy ment, the best thus far enjoyed by the Woodmen, and during the evening eleven new applications for menibor*hip l»0»»0C to- Coovtipation atxl health never go gether. De'vVitt's Little F.arlj Risers prouiotes easy action of theKnvels with out distress.* **I have Iwen troubled witlt costiveness nini years," say s ,1. O. tireene. Depauw. Ind. "I have tried many rcmt*dktt but Little Lurly Risers givobest reaulU." COOK A Onr.F. SCAFFOLD BREAKS DOWN. Two Men Instantly Kilted and Three Seriously Injured. Ch! aeo. Jan. 1T.- -Two nu n wore in stantly killed and three others so: i ously injured by tho breaking of a scaf fold in the Rialto elevator at One Hun died and Fourth street and tho Cal umet river. The men were ironwork ors and were busy insido a steel grain bin doing worlc called "bolting up." One of tho men heard a creaking of tho ropes and fearing that tho scaffold would fall shouted a warning. His tho ropes, but llow to Cure (.'roup. Mr. II. Gray, who lives near Amenia, Duchess county, N. V., says: "Cham berlain's Cough Remedy is the best medicine 1 have ever used. It is a tine children's remedy for croup and never fads to cure." When given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the eroupy cough has develojmd, it will prevent the attack. This should be borne in mind an 1 a bottle of the Cough Remedy kept at hand ready for instant use as soon as these symptoms appear. For sale by all druggists. SMOKE "LITTLE B" 5c CIGAR. -E V E Y O Y S E S I TO-NIGHT The Noble Theatre Co. SAPHO Prices, 15-25-35C. Killed Wife, Cut His Own Throat. Madison. Wis.. .Tan. 14.— Benjamin Keis. a huik-rn.aker, killed his wife an2 then cut his own throat at their home in this city, where they conduct ed a students" hoardinchnuse. Kei^ is still alive, but probably will die. Pasrly heard a quarrel and the w ife entr atin& her husband not to kill her. an! an hour later the tragedy was dis- red. Keig was recently dis chareed from his iosition with the St I'aul road after his arrest and con viction for assault and battery on Ai de man Hayes, a fellow employe. Among the tei.e thousands who have used Cham!- riain's Cough Hem oiy for O'jds ani la grippe during the pn*t few years, to .uir knowledge, not a cifig.e chh» hns resulted in pneumonia l'hos Wlutiieitl A Co.. *J4«i Wabash avenue, Chicago, one of the m«»st prominent retail druggists in this city, are«omt artist* in it, «*ongs speaking of this, says: "We recom men«l t'hainberlain's Cough Hemedy for ia grippe in tnany cases, as it not only _'ives prompt and complete recovery, but also counteract* any tendency of .a gripue to result in pneumonia." sale ly all druggists. i i'r«s3sl.'r». Ki-t:it« i.f Ki»ar! kgifkc. Notie* i« h^ivby by th«' !iiit^r«ictsi. iniratr.Mnt«r •f Krtwari! K.i-W'. t-» th« rwlit.ir* and sll |M,Tsitni !»s»vins* .Kint lj«» Mill with th»- ii"»c*s irr ttUUti four stt»-r th' firct :MJrst)iiii .it thit M'tir«, ti th«* «i«i r, nt W\'tit«.irth, I#.. «T m% tht* offireef.l, :lt ». II It |h»- tolinlV of !.uk.'. S. I). Dut. at «. I», J»n i:«. OTT«» K A*k K. AimItii*(r-it. of tlt»» Kftst# i»f Kti«*rd K i.-5».. CHRISTMAS is over hut we will continue to keep constantly on hand a lar^e assortment of Fresh CANDIES, NITS, OYSTERS & CRACKERS. and invite you to call and soe what we have. SWEET & SOI PICKLES in Bulk and bottle. Seasonable Vegetables, Sweet Potatoes, Celery. Cranberries and Cabbage on hand, also some very fine Pop Corn. Try our CHERRY, RASPBERRY & famous Cla Us\ iile Ciders. MEXICAN HOT, the famous winter drink on tap. WE SELL LOTS 3F FilKSE'S. COLE & GGLt CANDY A 3 1 n n 3 3 n n s 3 I n n a 3 1 3 n fi n n 1 3 rt 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 0»C 3 3 n 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 CATHARTIC examine it. BUSINESS NOTICES. Closing Out lots C*200. ITY' residence for sale, $lo to E. SfiKMPAjr. T: All It*. M, Genuine stamped C. C. C. Never »old In bulk. Beware of the dealer who tries tc sefl "something |"*t as good." HE L. LAMB Ll'MBF.li CO. has dry lumber slabs, maple ami oak wood for s:ile in large or small ijuanti ties. you Llaundry aundry, it patronize the 1 Cloaks and Jackets at $i above I Half Price. These are bargains that no one in need of a Cloak or Jacket can afford to miss. CALL AND EXAF1INE. N. 0.1KILUVRAY. NBIf Odd FBllOIS BIOEt Corner Egan Ave. & 5th St. At C. H. florse FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS I w ill put on ale the largest display of JilelT$ ladies' Children's Sboe$, All sizes, at the greatest reduced prices ever offered city. Come and get supplied before the stock is broken. I 12 will cut out one entire line of the finest l-adies" Shoes in the city at a greatly reduced pric€, all new and nice. Come and see them and save monev. \v line of ladies' Automobiles. Coats. Jackets & Capes is one of the finest ever show n in Madison, at prices to suit the trade. 01 El RS comprise all the latest novelties of the season, and so cheap that anyone can have a Fur Garment* Our Line of BLANKETS, cotton and woolen is the largest and best, prices right. THE UNDERWEAR LINE is complete in Ladies' Gents' and Cbiiuren's, and we had as full a line of Gloves, Mittens, Caps, etc., as we are now showing. IN DI5HE5, LAMPS & FINE CHIN AWARE VE ARE THE LEADERS. You will have to come in to be con\ inced that you can save money. STEWART STEEL RANGE Sold Bv CRIST RENSCH. DURABILITY, PERFECT OPERATION, ECONOMY IN FUEL. STHNVART STEEL RANGES combine a!l these points of merit, and li.ive every convenience found in other ranges as well as many features of their own. We guarantee them the best and cheapest. fvfV"I have put in a line of genuine Aluminum Kitchen fur n i ture, will neither rust nor tarn want first-el bss work, and prompt delivery. Madison Hteam laundry. O.T. Fi 11.1 a. ____ 4 $ $ V tz e v in this |s O S E i.-h. snd in\*clo 0:1 t* call CRIST RENSCH. The Federation of Woman's clubs hhs extended the riijht to hoi orary membership to the men who mave Rocky Mountain Tea. Women'e great est benefactor. PR ASK SMITH. If you would have an appetite like a I ear and a relish for your meals take Chamberlain s Stomach and Liver Tablets. They corre.it disorders of the stomach and regulate the liver and bowels. Price. 'J!J cents. Samples flraa at all drug stores.