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PiM«kl«t train
Mra. Jo*» Buoktoy mtoumA. (m
Hioux FaU*
N. rtampitau, tho riiUroad oo«ilr«oior,
waa In the city io^ay.
|H. H. Daly deported to day for Skmx
City to remain permanently.
ttoo. L. and L. A. Wriifht of InBrik
Banehe were in the oity t/nlay.
Fred (k*xlrich. fwinerly clerk «l th»
.LSEeTMk. arritwl from theeaat.
Mra. Geo Raffert) and children were
paamrngfir" by th«' eaatbotind train to-day.
Mia* Clirifitic MKiillivrtiy went to
Winfred to spend Sunday with Iter a£a
tor, Mra. Chapin
LAAiiOrniw Book»toPft.
jFrcMk tK««aai*Hi
leaeieed to-iUty by Winter & 8
ror
riX*'*
t\ $»*-~j£
THE DAILY LEADER.
MADIfcUS, SHM'TSI VAI.TA.
SATTRD^EVE., APRIL. 96,1880.
l#o*al TIM* T*M#.
Jateaao, Kli4«ukt «"l Ht. FMI (Mil
wil M»ei JiiM.
.1,
lw
Pw*ia|t( train going m*(
"%A#n*er iraio tola* w«»t
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freigfcl soia* »««t)
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NOI»C«««I
GWBUICUOUII
Vimn for all |»oint* »outh, and ya»»«niter train
olni««*t,t! Woonaockfi f»r piiim north.
•AIf*OK U#«,
Pa—«*«IT going north ...»«
•|^*«Af-r*rTlvr« frrn lhaaorth ..,..M'-«S
IS
T.
THE CITY.-n
V«i:KMXAl.
ATKStM
L. Jooaa ft P«M0Pg«
A. J. irpefltcr of Artaakm
city.
MM. K.B. wtowwi
ard.
John WaddM rwlimMa fm MltcWl
atoooa.
J. E. Patten of &• Bakro Spccial la In
the caty.
Rrkt.
l¥ raaillanee
l4
Catliulic uhureb. Hevaa rooma Om
acre c»f lanl Apply U»
Man-
(JmmmmmM,
H*4l«*e t« ('•Mtrartem.
fltealed Web for toillmK the tow* ImN
at W«M)twM'th will be r««»ived until
12
o'ckw'k rHMin, April 1^*'- Plana and
aummlkmMmmwmy In ai^n by calling on
C. SMITB,
Went worth. S. D.
«|. ft KlliB#Y.
•lclM«rae|ill«r»*i A**u (affWM^
ftrlltilr*.
IT Ki!r'\ IIHH dt»ublel
rapnHtr
TFW
ot the Star rentHUrant and will hem*
forth do buHiuewa on an enlarged scale
U. will handh- fwwli frmUi and
L»W. everything in thw line
dav mi
mmmg.
hoars,
bak^r*'
at
oopfectirnan, eto. rrwun
^ffwm wmk al all
M€AI MHr.% 1T1MM
MMriff I«ae w engH^fil rearranfinf til*
interior of hia offiae.
T. Krakownki l*a one«»|i(e4 IW
poo building with hia shoe ^wp.
The work of raising A. J. Lftlfewfr
building to gnuie la nearly completed.
A latter from A. D. Hmith, tlie piano
tatter, aaye )m will •nta ta'Madiaon ftt
an early day.
^obn MfOormicl^ yeaUjrj«\\ purcha«e«l
^wq lota from John Buckley adjoining
Mr. Buckley'a reaidouee on the north.
The social at Mra. Aodrewa' reei&WM
}aat evening waa an enjoutile oocaalon
and quite profitable to the ladle* of the
Kpiacopal church.
Tlie ladiea who IN drillfihf for lb»
merchunte* carnival wltl please remem
ber that the drill Tueelay evening next
week will be at the uit
mm. Ou
opera
imii
|fau*e will U» \n utt,
The aoctal hop at T. II. Ktiroy'e HMHS
evening was the jollieet impromptu event
of the seaa«n. Th* attendwice woe large,
and the participant* aeemed to* think
that they were present for lb* purpoee
of having a good time, and they had it.
Dell Rapid? Timea, 35 Madiaoo
wanta the Houth DakoU praa* aaaocia
tion t«) bold it* meeting *t that place
this Htittimer It haa been dettnitely
decided that the inatitutwn of the
Knight* of Pythiaa here will occur next
Thursday evening, May let. Arthur
Phillip*, grand keeper of reoonle and
Meak, writes from Biom FhIIh that a
•«clat train will be run up 'from there
the occwiion, and it ia probable that
i large number of Knight* from Madiaon
and otlwr plaoaa in tbi» nction will be
preaent. Thoae who ara to become
memlera
the kxig« hare are preparing
at
to properly entertain all the viaitor* who
may ornne, and my yleaaaa ooonaka
ia anticipated.
It may U a nurpflse to iuo«t eopk
that it haa been p«)*aible under the pro
hibition regime to weeure an oceaatonal
bowl in Maliauu, but auch haa been the
and after the tat day of May,
A. D. lh», however, the non-optic awine
one thing and another will draw
their draperies abo«t th«n and retire
{mm the public gaxe. The ia, the
uuaiuea* haa been dwtfea*»ogly dull dur
ng the paat aixty day». Bewulen, the
d«»leni in wet gooda iu not deaire to in
nir the riak of being called upon to ex
plain why they have disobeyed the pro
hibition law. The beat way to make the
South Dakota pmhibHion law a perfect
•ncceua, ia lor each individual in the
•tate to appoint hiu«aelf a committ** of
one to knk after bimaflf and mm to it
hiutaelf that he, hinn»eif, doe# not take a
drink of apiritooua, vioooi* or malt
liquor** from May lt WWU, during Jt|ia
Mturia Ufa. Xhi«jNm]d«at «8lbd»
MM!
V-
"b«
mund, and so long as" there is no demand
there will be do supply. Mo« geuuin%
benefit would resnlt from this plan tha©
all the prohibition lawn, temjieranoe
meetings and smelling committer* that
could le devised. Try it. The saloon
men are authority for tike statement
that they will not open their
TNK Mf lKC MSfll
WMr« hn'rH wrrvlcew Will
in H«II m»* T« Mati-rew.
1'UM»UYTK.U1A'. cur Hi It.
rll
Service* in the Preabyterian church
to-morrow aa umral. Subject of the
morning dtacourae, **A Trumpet Blaat,"
and in the evening, "The Little Man."
IliDIOlM C.ITIIOIJC curftoH.
ttev. T. A. Flynn w ill hold regular *r
vice at the Badua Catholic church to
morrow.
BAI'TIST cm'MK,
Regular naming aervte*. Saodiv
aciwMil at noon. In the evening Rev. s
O. Adama will preach the ftecond aernv 1
trf the aeriaa, entitled "Infant Baptiam
Diaturber erf the Doctrinal Biilanr'
At the co«ich»»jon of the evening acr
moo, the rite of baptism will be eonfi
red.
One wedc fnon to monow, at tf
morning aervioe, (l«i. Beadle will fill tin
pulpit of the Baptist church in the a'
aence of llev. H. fl. Adams. A ohihirei
concert Will be gifeh in the evening.
Two week* from to-morrow. Dr. Shan
afelt, general mimionary, will condu
the servieea at the Baptist church, mor
tag and evening, at the uaual boure.
M. I. CHI'K( u.
Regular morning aervkse, Ronda*
schtxil at noon. In the evening, Rev.
linger will deliver 11 lecture, entitle-
mums imearAX. tmvmcm.
Morning prayer and aermon at U
naoal honr. Sunday aebod at noot
There will be no evening *«rvice.
Rev. W. J. Cleveland will hold sertioe
at Weutworth to morrow evening.
WOTKft,
Rev. & G. AditniH wiH depsrt Monday
for 0igetr, Ttah iie««|^Mlito istafn
about the 1Mb of !£*)(.
Miaa Belle Pettigrew sieter of Senate
R. Pettigrew, waa in the city laat evi
ning in the interest of miastonarx wor
of the Bsptiat church, She departe'
for btoux Pall* to-dav, and will n»tum
to Maduxw Tuesday tor the purpose |f
organizing a Mii»jonar Band tl|e
Baptist church ih the evming.
The Mndif^ori fk-rgymfni seem to in
teuiu*i. liev. H. U. AUaniK hM receiveel
a call to preeide over tlie liuptiat pariah
of Ogden, Utah, and Rev. Dr. F. 1L
(*wynne, paator of the Preabyteriafi
church haa received
tlatUaing call to a
A
church, in Omaha, which he haa under
consideration. Rev. Dr. Gwyune haa
only recently aocepted the pastorate of
the Preabyterian church in thia city ia
fact, hie family haa not yet arrived.
The citizens of Madison would certainly
regret to part with him. Rev. Mr.
Adama will proceed to i^gden the 1st of
May to investigate the call extended to
him from that rity, and it ia to be hoped
he may desids mmtimm Ul KM* In
MmI
Boy jrow drugs and oigartof Ed Hine.
The Vla«»t Hrnta
in th* city can be purchaand at J. 0.
market.
A WRgTRHl Bp**
mm*m* 17la*, die B«jrai r*»n«t if
Mew DaaMta.
A carnival of Rex II will
IM^Bi'ftl
Ogden, Utah, June Ik), and continue five
days The editor of
Oai.KA.Na, April
NEW
22.—To
By the King Himself,
RE* fit
RCC'KH VHST,
11 I High Chancellor.
Attest OBUU.IK, Firat Secretary.
Hia Majesty desires U select for Htr
Gracious Majesty the Queen, Maids erf
Honor, whose eooial standing and strik
ingly hand*une appearance will lend
character and ijeaaty U» ber Royal Conrt.
Any names airtmUlttsd by you will be
considered. BrcKMUHjff,
I^trd High C)hiiini#riri
Mm. Phelps of Montiuse who has been
visiting the Kortnai during the past
week left for her home to-day.
C. W. Hmith, ciaa® of *88 leaves Msd-
is»oii to-dav for ftryant where be ,is
gaged in U»c «Mty i
en­
1 maiM fHMU |h|S A»«L
{"F?'' i«*t$*&
»v,
*,
i
'.jSHrvsfc
V V't
after
places
April :K.
While Qover, for lawn* Book Btoi*
J. If. Hartbttow tedoriiw oat at cost
hi* entire line of suit* and pallte t*t
tprna.
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96
i
F. H. GWVNXK, Paator
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1^1om1e^Lead
CARPETS
tory are aj^ending the day at I iSKfi Matt
laon picnicking.
The ivpurttr received n letter from A.
O. ()leaon of Howard, clasr, *88, in which
he exprcaaea hope that the entertain
ment of May 3 may be a succesf.
Attend the meeting of the Phikitedb
nianaoaety to-niglit.
T« H*r*t •wraieiNk
I am prepared to acccpi a Iutilted
nmul«*r of horaew for pasturage during
th® aeaaon. Good nuige and water,
I^ecff Olden at Kennedy Broa. Bank.
The Normal school commenced April
9th, 1HU0, with 81 students in the Normal
department. Several
-1*" «t i
1
HKK
:w
i
WatW KoKitnMt^
or-rr
nm mb
W'l I111
CARPETS
CARPETS
W© selling Carpets at very low flgtme.
We h»ve good assortment of Carp*!*. We have the
jkgiias«ortmcnt of Carpets lit
Call and see our urjiets.
k%TG ••iwal fwtternft ia Floor $fl CioiliB."
Why do wo aell ao many lAiliee', Miasee' and Chihfavto'fe KID 8110108^ Be
^1C-
ww,t,
wuut Ui DreS* Oood*t at our at«re.
H. 11. Wn.UAMso^.
VTATfB lORBASt
L»uoaa
THK DAII.Y
has received the following very high*
toned invitation to be preaent:
My
Faithful Servant. It haa ploaaed my
Royal Ancestor to mkke know n the fore
going lioj al mandate*. In order that
our coming may be attended with due
pomp and dignity and Chat all my faith
ful aubjectt* may attest their allegiance
to our Rpyal Household, I do enjoin
upon you the imjiortanoe of your pree
eiu-e, and that you do make known to
all my Kingdom the titling* and particu
lars of our Carnival. No portion of my
faithful subjects will be received with
auch kindly consideration at our Rocky
Mountain Carnival ag the edjtorc and
member* of the presa, upon whom a
mark of distinction will be conferred—
this will admit you to my Ball and to my
•I all times.
of
A C*lleeti»M of lirms fruai th« Vea
Mian i*tirtte|l*ee
Madison cor. Howard Democrat: The
following items are furnished for publj
cation in thia column, by Miaa Florence
Phetteplace, who is in attendaaoe at the
Normal school, Madison:
entered since
have
then,
The faculty oonsists of six teachers in
Normal department, snd two ia the
Model.
Mrs. Dempster loads the musk in U»e
chapel exercises, she iostructs the eta
dents in the expression of each mleot^09
and in this WAy produces harmony and
m*iody in the muaio.
Twenty-four young kdj atudeets
boani at the dormitory. Board la ve v
good.
Board and moras are faroiabed, auu
washing ikme, all at tlM vale rf $100
per week.
Gen. Beadle has returned from a
meeting of the board of regents, at Ver
million. lie states that all of the state
educational institution!* are under the
cdbtroi of one board, and each
is in
OM
sympathy with the others. Good work
done in one plaoelu considered valuable
by all the institutions. There are to be no
convictions. The future tor the Normal
never was so bright.
Study hours are kepi bjri the majority
in spirit and by letter.
FY* a month there ia ia aawkm a otaaa
of alwut twelve teachers, who take only
methods of teaching. The following
named members of the fw^ttRj give the
instructions:
(Jen. ikrtidle, Mtss Klirs^Bgrmtth, Prof.
Dempster,Mute WhaU«n and Miasllolton.
Xhay tslte tue XUUuvm^
URAADIV#
MAOiaow
and at price* that are right. Our line of
(*F.-N iL.hM 1-^N FXK/r WF..\Ii i« very-complete, (hur lino of DRESS GOOD8,
as everyboi| knows, fche niewt extenaive. Th»- Uuliee arc «ur« t' get what they
Low prices aro winners with un.
M. I. Ms&iLLIVRAY & 60.
1
Reatlmg, arithmetic, primary and ad
vancetl geography and grammar. This
is for the lenelit of those who do not at
tend and wish to pi-ogres* in their school
work.
Tliere is a lecture course provided lor
those who chooee to attend. Prof. Mc
Farknd is lit gtve the next
which will be in the near future.
Each student who takes a course of
study is required three terms of practice
in the Model department. This
consist# oi three grades, primary, inter
mediate and grammar. At present
there are sixteen student* wlto teach
ehiasc^ during diffett nt times of day.
These practk-«* teachers %cv under the
direction
Work,
the Misses Holton, who are
of
thorough in thafer training and eritioie»
of teachers.
"if till* (loidaoal
I'll o« uut |f you
r«r U-t ia« eatcb yo*
Bokloj iiyUiai tutyt
»eci(ar* tnanaftclnrwl by
f'ofeo Uui!'
"I'll never moke My
other* If yoa'll let up on

this time, ma, for I
k&uw ttat bo make*
l»OM CigM*'"
JOHN HUBS,
IMaimfactam sf sad itaaler la
KMOkEKS' ARTICLE!}.
Nothing but the beat grades of tdbaOQO
used. Hat!"»fn tkm guarantee*!.
^u ^4" $• V W *im y
nrni rn":r 1
CtNTCR
i
SOUTH DAKOTA
C. H. WOOD,
DHUSS MEDICINES
mt STMmttem,
{^(isli Qoods, Albums, Fine Toile« Hn^gm
Bru«l»ei.
fornix- Toys, Fancy Oood%
Patut.», Uito, Varobi^s, ('Hiwimioe,
Wall l*s|sr,
a full ln«- of
and
ftournt j^Medicins*.
CHOICE PERFUMERIE&
Prescri|rtfo«i earefolly compounded
IMCC
L:
1 )HF.Hg
TRIMMUTOS
ronu roi
CAM'T BUT.
KKSH IKTB.
lectfure,
4ay
or nt«ht
ATM* 4F«W, JUAUWK, AAAUTA
H"Hiiiifc:6n1^
••noct
CCDtA
nrirr
^3
jo
rn-^rr—
|kUilh
ORXGIKAX:PEAT
sale o
1 Lots in Morningside Addition has commenced. Tliere are sixtif
signtly lots in the Addition, which are to be sold at $1' 0.00 each, regardless of improve#
menta For plan and particulars, inquire of J. A. TROW, Madison, S. D.
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CARPETS
ELMiAjPT
lilKS
or%i
PtftAWOft.
fHANHUM
CLARK & McKINNON
iiuvc all tkese and they am
ojieii for iiiHpcction. und we w^l
gnaraiitee you cannot get
iner-assortment
anywheru.
£T
TUB MOST
OJIPLETK
Lt\K Or
WHITE
Flouncinp
La-i itV Tennlh Flauntd
Hloust* Waista,
A i)llPl.t£TR
U N o
Orkts'
Flaakhw.
Ov
S
THK CITY.
LACES!
CLARK & McKINNON
(BUCC«a«ora
1
OITYOP
MADISON,
C*|H lw HM*
I0OO.
0»mptim«nt*
at
S^TII & Tltcrw
Madison, South Dakota.
I Htalur* Hi
Uttrn Land*, City Lot*
4.II^T1UWCT«
«f Lakt County.
353^
Ht
St#
Umbrmjjs
IJT OHXAT
Va
u i k y
t#
SO
an
P
OQ
Dress Goods,
-AND
JTiizprald Delights
In gratifying their taeU in that line of good* His aew spru* etock
Ma arrived, and inoindM
HENItrE^TAH. iiH()AICL()TllJ, M0HA1HH,
8ATTKENB in all colors, figured and ali-weol,
CA8HMEHKH and SILK VELVETS.
Ki.m/ktrr
u»«
Fkekoh
0
CD
BATIK W.
03
LadicM*
French i''luiuiel
Blow**
LACES!
TUi« d€[Mirtuieiit alone exhibits the
newest thinf?s4 in Trimming Lacr«, lac*
articles in Nw:kwear, (/aiiareites, eto,,
at extremely low prices.
V '•OMI'LKTF.
U.\t OM
LAHIH'
OAHJOI
KHTg.
DKEHS T1UMMIN08, ltIBBONB,*c.
t«r Everything the fe«y lateai atyla The ladiea ate oonMally invited to call
and inspect my stock.
PFISTKK & SWEKNKV,-
to F. B. Hutchiiwo*.)
BAASB8or
ras—ii*
CELEBRATED crea^ BREAD.
Wt fftrg. a compU'te line of Fwnh Frtiit^,.Canned Goods. Yt^ggittMes.^,
v iii iciiHon, Smoker's 'Articles, ete. v.f-,
C9*0¥«r£tti«amd
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