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The Daily Leader.
MADISON, SOtTU DASU". \.
MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 28.1880.
Uekl Time Tttol*.
Ottpso. MSlwaateee »nd St. P*«l list 1
»**•£, wfcteh
took ®iT©r i Jan. 5. IW mm
fm^ng*r irsta P»»R
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Wtff frei|{littoiB*i»««
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BgpMB««r train (oiiia «»«t mutoss e»»ti,*ctiou»
a lc»u for nil iHjint# »»uth, and PW®®K«f lr*in
©»8it n« W.h.uwW. for «H |©liit» north.
MAM*"* LI»K,
£M«MUP r*ui»a»"«h ...•
jptiliiawy srri*«s r»«s i Ihi ser
lb.. 9fi
%THE*ClTY,
VKtMXAI. vfa*.
Sheriff Lee went to Sioux Falto today.
0. N. Oiberg wont Mil to Albert Lea,
Ida*. ... :J
JiiineH Shaw departed to-day tor 'P^
Springa, B. D.
ffrtm. Sweeney wsat to Siee* CSty on
beninese visit.
A. H. Tuttle p*»ed through the etty
to-day for points in Minnesota.
3. Predion departed today for Hot
Springs, a P., on a health-•eyeing tour.
Oeo. Langurn, n student of the Htate
Norma) whool, went to LaCrosse to a*1
ter the but»ima« college of that city.
fbe Ya wiii gira an obaprvntioo social
at the reaiW»n e of Mr. an«l Mm. C.
MoC3allialar Wadnaaday 9natag ot ii»
treek.
Prof. MoFarlftml will tleliver a lecture
at the M. E. church next Friday even
iog, under tbe anaptoaa ottt» Mow® I*e
lure Couraa.
Rot. 8. O, A.damH depm UxJ Uxlay fur
Ogden, Utah, to be «l«ent about two
weak*. He ordered Th* Daii-* luuwra
to at5eotnpllny him cm hi« travels.
Mrs. Iri«h, who hn« be^n visitinff her
mo, Charles Irihh. denart^l KutunUy f«»r
Oe»t rville. where she will tfoiiver her
popular Iwtura, eotHlad **A tortoiffht
Among the Alpa."
Oeo. H. Farmer and wife arrived from
Howard to4ay. Mr. Fanuer proeee*le»l
to 8prin« Valley, Mino, and Mre. Far
DMw will visit with her parent*, Mr. and
Iff«•. N. B. Smith, during !•.» abamsa
l0*n Graaa Book Store.
9k]r your draga and cigar*of Ed Hine.
*M»e I'iMrst rut
in the dt can be fmrohafrt a| |. U
Koahler'» market
lee i'rfMn.
JMpbat A Swaeney will aerva id ciraam
atlhfir pffflorn day and evening, alao
furniah kh» i-ream for prtvate parties,
church w*lx, etc.
y?
®«»V ITIMM
Caprioeat tU
T^m» lakea were an attraction to fawge
maabeni of our citiaena yeaterday.
The Hremen are preparing to give
their annual ball on the evening of May
80.
Yankton Praaa, 95: Karr A Riohey
have oontraoted to sink an artaaiin well
at Madiaon, Houtli Dakot*.
kb,
Journal, 2Bt Madiaon
wanta the summer meeting of the Da
kota preea association held there.
Hubbell Brae, are arranging, faeilitiaa
to procure water from the railroad water
tank, and the apnnklar will ka Mi in
full bloom to-morrow.
Miaa Ella Hotchkina of thia city tliia
momuig ojienetl a term of school in the
Molumby diatriot fan Ibe Mfthweet
portion of the county.
Sioux City Journal, 20: The motor
)ine from Madiaon to the lake, now being
built, is expe^t«d to be completed afid
In ojieration by June
Jerry Lyons waa in the city Saturday
Mid rtated that the Lyon* bnthera
would thia morning oommaMa ptottng
a field of 14( acrea to oorc.
Workmen art« engaged to day remov
ing the rubbish from the stock yarda,
ippaatl) to tiie wat i«f art ton Qf the reai
da^ta of that neighborhood.
At the Baptist church
O. N. Oibarg and fauBily $n sow aat*
tied in the Jacobs realdeuao ot Tidte
Madiaon. They will aupply visitors to
the Lake with meak, and furniah ice
«^raam, lemonade, etc. It ia Mr. Olberg'a
purpose t« efttabiiaii a lathing houac at
the lake for the aoootnmodaiiou of kMiifl
ud gentlemen.
The following item from the Osage
Iowa, News will prove to be interesting
to Madison readers A Union tempor
aaeo iiKH ting will l*» held Sunday eve
wing' in the MollnidiBt church. Airs.
Nallie X. Willoughby will addr»f» U»o
maetiiig. Mrs. Willoughby oame lately
from DttkMa to make her home in Oaage.
The officers at the court house ar#
moving. Jutlge Downs has owupied
0wpertiit«utkait Evcnaon's room with a
eoonecttng thjor with Clerk Curtis' offios
the HUpermUjndent haa occtipieil tbt
audttot'e office, and Auditor Kuukel haa
oooupted the jutlge'e rotim with a eon
neetiof 4dm m»h Trsaautwr IMtttiV
lttlw fcpo® fftifym
1
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11#'
It hae
bat
avafting.
Rev. S. Ci. Adams conferred the rite of
baptiam upon Miae Eva Holgman and
Meaars.
Lorao Button and Arthur
s
V. J0*
*1 *V*"
"A
•TSf-
ESk Potnt states that Harry Wilson
whom he took from the Xladisoo jail to
that city a tew daya ago, has» been «s»
tenced to the penitentiary for a term of
two yeara. Th© charge against Wilsan
wan grand larceny, to which he pleadad
guilty. Sheriff Andewm aaya WilaMi
did not Itiec any of his ••k^'iineas" when
sentent^e was pronouneet" pon him.
Madiswai is receiving oasiderable tfir
tention througtiout the state through
the instrumentality of This Daily Lea®-
the benefits of which will be profit
able to the people of thia section as
time progresses. Madison is one of 0»s
beet town« in South Dakota, and it is
the pur|K*et» of 1'uk Uaiw Lkaokk to
earort her U» a front seat with the
othwr good towns of the state, so tar as
newapaper work ia ooaeerned. Tl»e way
to keep before the people ia to keep be
fore the peopla.
Harry Chotito% DramaUa 0ft. wrili
open a week's engagement at the ojera
house.to-night with Caprice. Following
w the cast of charactarw: Rojw Garland,
a wild flower of the Aileghauiea, Lucy
Ashton, a cultivateil tiowcr, Mattie
Cboate Joe (iarland, an open hearted
farmer, Harry Choate Jack Uordan.
lirmo»t but stubborn, P. £L MacKid
Harrj' Fairfield, a reliable yoong man,
M. L. Kinaey Pen y Perry, soi»u»what of
of a crank, J. R. Armatrong A If (iordon,
a pri*c*ious y.»ung, Frank Herrick Jako
Garland, a chip of the old block, Ed
Til comb Mr#. Uindolf, rich suad proud,
Marcia Laar A1 co Gordon, her dau^jh
ter, Florence Haydon Harriet Watson,
s romantic young lady, Mamie Bhepard.
Howard DtrnKTiit, 20: Fish are ta
to be very plenty in Lake Herman...
W. V. Nelson, Esq., of Madiaon, was in
the city Tuesday Sheriff Lets of Lak«»
connty, looked in at the pnx-eedingH «f
law, at the (^ourt Ijouse, Wwlneeday
"Jack" Smith ma lc an overland trip to
Madison, Thursday aftenjotju, accx»in
f*ame«l by M. II, Daly a ad Jake Ik-r^r
Ktreoer. We were pained to learn of 1 he
sudden death of Mrs. Gurtis N. Mertnui.
whicli occurred at her home near ui
isou, last Friday night. We did not
learn the oause of her death, but under
stand »1 if waa ill but a few hours. Mir.
Meriain mo^etl with her husband and
two aons, Wm. and Norman, to Lake
county, laat fall, having formerly resided
near Vilas. While a resident of thin
county she was highly esteemed by her
neighbors and friends. The sympathy
of ail goes out to these afflieted ones
the loss of a loving companion and
voted mother.
KILIIOY.
•la»»er Beataereet A«Mbs
tat»ra—sd
t'aeAlttieM.
I). H. Kilmy haa doubled tlie capasity
of the Star restaurant and will hence
forth do businee# on an entarjred wale.
He will hundle freal^ friutw and vi^eta
biew, everything the line of bakers"
{roods, confectionary, etc. foe cream
day and evening. Warm maaJs at all
hour.*.
Harmal Xolts.
Mr. £. A.
ings (Mi Saturday afternoon, fife brought
with him some twenty-live different
specimens of house plants from the
Agricultural collego conservatory,
a
prvwnf to our school. Mr. Jonea says
llaaArud wears the same beaming smile
which he wore while amoug us iaat
winter.
been decided by
lit-
tleiield.
puring Ohaa. B. Konnetlya* atjaemse
tioto the city he axpaeta to aoeure the
aarrieea of a practical briok niaker, and
open a brick yard in Madiaon at an
•arty day,
Sk
Jonea returned from Brook­
the
to plant a tree each
senior class
ea Arbor day and
one for Gen. Beadle.
The work for the Barnard entertain
ment goes on in good form. The trus
tees of the Baptist church have given
the use of the church to the Philoteoh
nian society for Saturday evening, May il
Misa Gertrude Gifford looked iu upon
her old schoolmstas a
tew
Madiaon
moments
to day.
The Misses Bulien hare re-entered
school after a short absence on aooount
of sickness.
The meeting of the Philoteohnian
society Saturday evening was a
suocmmis.
The leading feature of the evening waa
rendering of a Historical and liomantic
narstive and a narative of travel the
Historical narative by Mr. Keiiogg was
intensely intemating, lieing a story of
the Third Pernio War. The Romantic
story tid by Miss 1 iaker was very good.
Mr. Keene capped the climax by hia
narative of travel. Leaving Madiaon
westward he tuuk us to all the towns w
far as Artesian and there left us to get
baok to
the beat
tendance of the
way we oonld.
Reiorticu.
Pvbllr arkMl Mcyerl,
Tbs
following i« th rt'jtort of
the
IwtHfntcrniediate.- 1 *2"
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lat Primary East .. 3?
1st Priiuary^VVest). 3ft
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This report is rather dweon raging.
There are a few pupils who will have to
be suspended unless we have a better rt
port from thefgt.
We eajoyed a very plMUBt fifllt boo
Mrs. Plielps, an exi»erieneeil teacher from
Montrose, and Mies Stewart. Mrs. Phelps
has applied for a position in our schools.
We are always pleased to me4vo cells surrendering to as all its chair*, a lot
A. H. ¥oo»a, Principe i a»t*y bear imgs o*
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»S»H«F H4BKV VU1T.
1!pi«cr|iti1 Wi rvlreN at UadUon «h4
rniMorlli lntereattna
at W rutnaiih
Bishop Hare contributes to the April
Church News the following items con
cerning bU raeant •kit to Madiaon and
Wentwwth:
March I reached Madiaon, where
the lie?, W. J. Cleveland m^ides, intend
ing to spend four or live days with him
tlie stations under his care. At Mad
iiion we have no churh yet, and the lit
tie congregation have been driven from
one temporary place of refuge to an
other, until recently, in default of any
other available place, they have resorted
to the rectory parlors. Every judicious
arrangement had been made, however,
for my meeting with the ptiople, and |I
hud the opportunity of meeting and ad
dressing thorn livo time* during the 4$
hours I waa in Mr.di»on. Friday after
noon I met the confirmation class, ^"'ri
day eveniug I sddressed those who
corns reguhi# to the Lsnteln ssrviee.
Saturday afternoon I met and addressed
a meeting of the Woman's Guild and the
King's Daughters. Saturday evening 11
made an address at the Lenten service, ft
and afterward met and cuuferrod with
the congregation. Ah a result of our
oonfoitiiico it was determined to prooeel
at once to th® erection of a chuiph,
Sunday, Mauoh Ati, a large oongroga
lion assembled in the Methodist church,,
which was generously placed at our dis
posal. I preached a class of six were
presented for confirmation, and the
|lo!y Communion was administered.
In the afternoon the Rev, Mr. Cleve
land and I drove to Wentwortli, where
immediately cm our arrival I met and
catechized the Sunday school. To the
question that 1 put I received a good
many answers thrown off by th# chil
dren pn the spur of the moment which
were very creditable. For example,
when, after the words ''from thence
shall come to judge the quick and the
dead," I inquired, "What do you mean
by *k) judge* t| boy anawertkl, "To UnlT
out bow. it ia," and a girl, "To tell who
is good and who is bcal.^1
In the evening the ch«ieh waa flpowd
sd with j»eople, and as the building ia as
yet without seat* chairs were brought
from all quarters, a nei*hboJiu£
ftPIOAfttMAV
-i
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Add. noa^JMtvi
AXD
T*TYP CARP£TS
lh
CfeP.PF.TS
We are selling Osr|»ets nt w* |.»w iiim?*
We have a good assortment efCurpets. We have the
i^st assortiiieut of Carpets in tlie city.
Call and see our tur^ts.
00TWe have several patterns in Floor Oil Cloths.~!&ft
Why do we sell so many Ladies', Mitwes' snd Childron*8 KID SHOES? Bs
cause we have the kind they want, and at prices that are right. Our line of
GENTLKMEN*S FOOT WEAR very complete. Our line of DRESS G(X)I8,
every !»ly knows, in th» moat extensive. The Ladies are mire to get what they
waatic Dru»* (ioodsat oMr Low p»»"--- "^'auers with wu
M. J. McGILLIVRAY & GO.
saloon
of
N
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Pa wr
Sff
rr^3f
riMTii
kmain
^msr
llHiifE
planks for seat*, and, it was said, a food
lot of its frequenters as well.
The service was one of o\treoie inter
est T1 ie town is a small and atruggiing
one. The religious elements which
heretofore have been in weak solution
amnn a large quantity of doubt and
denial are beginning to cohere and crys
tali/.e. One cannot worship with them
except with a profound feeling of
patby i.nd tello* -feeling.
4
r«r Mule.
A quantity of bouldors (nigger hsads).
Apply at Thk Daily Lkaorii office
35 cents alluodred, at Tuk DAttr
aaoAoe.'
2 Mfewit iwr Male.
Will trade for oxen, or sell on time*
with pod security. Apply to
J. M. Hl
iu.ev,
.i 11 Li J! i
PLAT
INAI
TOWN TfitRP_AIP
ai*c-
Homestead sale of Lots in Morningside Addition -has commenced. There are sixty
sightly lots the Addition, which are to beaold at$lC0.00 each, regardless of improve
ments. For plan and particulars, inquire of J. A. TROW, Madison, S. D.
Madison, 8. D.
TV
"If this #ltp|)prhwi4i»OBtL
I'll *nr you ool If yoa
ever In me caitb you
molting msfthlOK except
flobn
***.
ttteeij^r* muiaUcUircd kf
Hum
"I'il never *noke ujr
other* If yo'CU let ap on
m«tliia »•, for I
know ttfu tM
boss clg»ni!"
v i
I'/m'tlk
JOHN HTJSS,
Msaul44.urvr of »n«! Jh-akr la
Gip, fDte
•Ajro-
8M0KERSVA11T1CLEH.
Nothing but the bsfet. gradeaof
tobaooo
used. Satisfaction guaranteed.
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA.
g. H. WOOD,
—»«A14U» IS— ...
DHUG3
1IEDICHTES
FtNt STATIONERY,
flush deeds, Album*, Fine Toils* Hitf*
Bnishss, UomW, Toys, Faocy
Ueooe, 7
faints,Oils, Varnlakeii,( ai&omine,
Wall Paper, anil a fall iir.e of
Patent Medicines,
CHOICE PERFUMEKIE&
Prescript!©#* carefully compoundsd daf
or nischt.
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of
Parabola.
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rwrtL vor
CAN'T RB8T.
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iro a
Kill
Lftdion
Blouao Waisttt,
a ouri.KTn
CLARK & McKINNON
Have all t1i csc goods, and they are
open for insptH'tiou, and wi will
guarantee yoti ennnot get
a
finer assortment
JUij wliejpe.
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THE MOHT
CXMP!.CTK
&
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L1M. OF
WHITB
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Fi.aawnki.
OVKItSHIUTH.
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inspect my
sUxJe.
Fine Dress Goods
Www.
GRTOP,
MADISON,
LAKE COUNTY SOI TH DAKOTA.
C—pa« IM Um *SmI Iiiw*
WHO,
OBmynMst* sr
SMITH TROW
Madison, South Dakota,!
DiMlor* in
Mrm Lea«te, City Lois,
UaTHACta
Laka County.
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Tennis Flunntd
Liulies' Freiu Flannel
Blouue Waiata.
LACES!
This department alone exhibits the
newest thiiiffH in Trimming Laces, lace
articles in Neckwear, Collarettes, etc.,
at extremely low prices.
CLARK & McKINNON.
AND
Filzgeraiil
la gratifying their tasU ia tbat liae at good^ Jiis new spring etMk
HENRIKTTAS, 1H{()AI€L0TIIS, MOHAIRS,
SATTEENS in all t*olon», figured and
CABHMKilEH and SILK VELVETS,
Every thing
and
A COMPLETE
UNfc OF
La
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rench
Sateenh.
p
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Oauze
Vests.
Delights
DItEBB TK1MMIN(W, RIBBONS,kt.
the very latcrt elgrla Hw ladiee em cordially United to eaB
PFISTEB, & SWEENEY
(Sneoeeaoiv to F. P. Hutckinecm.}
BAMBa Q9 TJt»
CELEBRATED CREAM BRtAtJ."
a complete line of Fresh Friuta, Canned Cioods. Viij^liillfip
in siNwiis, Smoker's Articles, etc.
$
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