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TKX DAILY LEADER
MADISON, tHH'TH A K
WBDNSSDAY EVE.. APRIL »»t MW«
T*«*s or 8riW«-H11T»OW
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Wj m*ii. SaMMtS*
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k
i_r •r,f«riw»Uon ro«e«n»l»*
Of »h« €K. of **4W» Wl
*1 a»t». .«Utl«K w the pair,...,#*
Aii ttoelric
Yaakt».
e'r*MTAH1-. r*»»»rt«*4r*J
motor at
Mr* V E. Jone* »»w appointed
at Hr tfwlUnl. Neadl* county.
OA Perrin Ffcimer, of Estelliue, Han
battt appointed Indian a(t#Dt 8t th«*Cl»y
anne Indian agency, »u i Dako4ai 4#
plaet of Charles I*#. Mc^. hwniy.
The farm house of B. M. Hem pet, new
Yankton, wa* destroyed by fire Runday
night and Alex M*J, a *«nn hand, wan
burned to death. laws on buildings,
•2,000. __
Bute Tseaeurer Twomby tmm
closed his books Haturday night with
outstanding warrant* amounting to $48,
and of cash on hand the sum o!
$200460-*), which isthe largest surplus
known for year*.
The echo©! lands in Y anktOtt WUBtjf
ware
leased
for nearly $2^00 par annum,
tbia being ttoe largest mm yet realized
is any eonnty in the atate. Two hun
dred and eighty-thre doliani waa paid for
a emgle quart«*r section for one year.
The (topartn«iit of entomology of tin
Brookings agricultural college and
pen men station has issued a boltetin ia
reganl to the cutworm and, mean* for
[presenting ita range*, which can be bad
!by addressing President Moi^alk at
Brooking*
Htgfhmorw dispatch, 38: In a
interview the saloonkeeper assured some
of the prominent temperance people
that ha would does on the 1st of May.
•Thia i« doubteti, however, and the pro
htbiUootala are letting ready te ha7e the
^aaa pullaii in caa© he should uqI do Mi.
LiMt, FVedenck Schwatka, ikm f
Itowned Artie eiplorer and Indian fight
#r, arrived in Pierre Monday oa a tour
#f tb« northw«at. From Pierm the
lieutenant will prooaed overland t» tho
|))«ek Hilt* eountrj. The miaaion of
J^teut Hchwatka to the northwest is to
%nte tlaecriptiire articiee for an eatfttMm
Aberdeen di^pateh, Wt T. MMqp«t l*»
Jaul, rapreaonting a syndicate of buai
•asa BMtt, Uigether with ex-Audi tor Ward
fl&d W a Walecs of Piarm, were in otm
fUltaUoo toHBight with the members of
fh« Aberdeen club relative to building ef
mlroad forthwith from Aberdeen to
Wfvrf* The matter wag thoroughly dia
Vliaseci and co-operation premised on the
|fcrt o£ Aberdeen. X'iwi {tct^ecl o&v luoka
Waahin|rt«a dispatch. 28: Senator
i» \a «,lay mtroihioett a bill granting
pai.s*on fG a month to all persons
Who Marred the late war not lees
fkan three ruonths and more than one
f*er,f8to those serving mow than a
jfter aj»d aot over 8tt days, and thoee
^o servetl over 800 days 1 oent per day
ftp aaeh day's aervioa. No peraoo who
li worth. §5,lO0 or oT«r at the time of ap
4p|KsaUut wii! be «ntitlei u Utw passion.
"^Bef-retary PrtK-tor has revived several
to telegrams asking for infortna
tn regard to the extent oI the atif
(Mfte th«- oversowed distnds of the
W.ith The governor of LtMat««aBa said
^at %en days* ratiooa for 3IMW0 (jeopie
%fcou)d be sent to New Orleans for h»
•liibution through*it the state. Th«
jg»vern»r of MtsaisHtppi said that there
ewre probably 2VtWK) peoratma in that
«(at« ntmhug asauitance, and the gov
«mor of Ark an—a aatd «j00 people in
i county and a eunaiderabie num
mm rttl* pneiw. mAi. for tb. y«r
•apptosimateb- $60,(W ,(*.* fine ou«ee«
vitlu & commercial value of |Ti7,7.W,OUi.,
Md a coinage value of •64,(^i,46l,
•gainst an estimated product of IH'ih of
hue ounces of a commercial
of •42L,U2Q/)00 and ooioage valoe of
•lUdSuXW, an lacreaae over ItMB of abon
ou ih*« of a commert^ial
vl fl3,T30^)QQ. The gokl product of
Bs«th Dakota was increased from 12,
to in
WgAingtoft dispatch aays Mm re
mit d«pnrtur« of Senator Pierce for
Jamestown, N. where a meeting ia to
be held «if a kjen and trust aaso(*iation,
iWKbds a certain (johtu'ian of the fa
•Mis retiiarle of Joiui Sherman, of Ohio,
wfcan he want houu« to Ohio in 1H8i lie
•ski that he w an going home "to-k**k af
t«r the fsooss" on hia farm. It is sua
paetad thai th* meeting of tfce aaeoeia
Heft oierei^ blind, and that Hen*
hm fom to look after his tenoMR. Mm
hM mtMtOl'a*} xmU»l un hi# ^suds.
Mm UiUft bt re «lectsnl by the legislature,
vtilili *iH tHttt later, ws Uu
•""tiwpllftfr* wii? gf' there It in not
ii.'xxwmi rtm' '^-rr tB km
1T-'
.-.i V \%Zdr WaA
V
i r~
iwon
aay strong oppoallioft, bat H»e
time it will b« well for hi® to fools
tin ate fenoee.
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W*«lutt*t*a «UMd-
Wasiiingtea dispatch, 98: Ittaawsll
known fact that Gov. Mellette, of South
Dakota, aspires to a anal in the senate,
and it is expected that he will be th«
principal cxmj»etitor for the seat now
occupied by rt*»nator Moody Ijast year
there was an agreement entered into by
which the republican leaders compacted
to carry out the spirit and letter of the
"we are a-etato*" movement in
whereby under the original Sioux Falls
constitution the people elected Mellette
governor, Kanouee and Clifford repre
sentatives and Moody and Edgerton
should
lie senators. At this time con
greas refused to ratify the acts of the
state which was trying to force itself
into the union. When the ominbus bill
1 nmir-1 and admission was assured, the
republican leaders underbjok to carry
out their original intentiooa. It wm
agreed that Moody and Edgerton ahould
be senators, Mellette governor, and Oif
ford and an unknown representatives
Late in the campaign Judge ^Igerton
withdrew from the senatorial canvass
with the understanding that he should t»e
made United States judge. Hence
Moody and Pettigrew were elected sena
tors, Mellette governor, and Oifford and
Pickter refMfeaentativea. When they
were •worn in u Mnators Pettigrew
drew the k*ng term and Moody the short
term. The result is that senator Moody
has a contest on his hands immediately
after he attaint) the goal of his ambition
He now feels that he is free and iuuL
loose for a contest, and his friendto aft
urging him along the race course
One of the key» of the situation is the
appointment of a surveyor general
Hon. B. H. Sullivan waa appointed sur
vey general of all Dakota last summer,
and he is a Mellette adherent He has
an immense amount of patronage and
Senator Moody was averse to his appoint
ment Senator Pettigrew felt that, al
though he is a friend of Senator Moody,
he ought to stand by his friend Sullivan.
Hence there waa considerable friction
for several days but Senator Moody
finally concluded to consent to Sullivan s
reappointment. The fact of the matter
m, however, that politically Sullivan had
already at loaded to busmess. Ail of his
contracts for the present year Jjjve been
let, and his deputies a*e at work.
Whether or not they wiU work for Mei
nn OKMP InMMVBa fit* possibilities
are tha* a—r 10k
undertake to (Mtt ttw IWiqom fer
either candidate
AM MMATM WAMMMttL
(k-mmmimm far a fsierirw at
Brticrwatsr.
Bridgewater dispatci), 28: Our usu
ally quiet little city waa thrown into a
atate of lively «xatea»ent Saturday af
ternoon by the itppearance upon the
street
of an old gray haired man armed
with a Winchester rifle and tn purauil of
human game. The hunter's name was
bauth, a farmer living a few nnies north
east of this city, and Ibe game he wm
hunting waa %itnri Pama, a lawyer and
kwn agent of this city. Parria undoubt
•dly saved hui life by his absence front
the city, having left for Pierre, aa his
victim, Smith, went directly to the office
of Parns k Co., and enteretl with his
rifle loaded and cocked, (kMikrtag he
would shoot Parna on sight.
The writer kn4 an mt^i-riew with
Smith, who stated the (taunt* of his de
aire for Parns' gor* suijstaaos as fol
lows: About thrtH year* ago he waa
owing eome notes to a threahing .'ia
ohm* company, and being unable to pay
them in full arranged with Parris to
make a oomproaiMW with the company
for him. After a time Parns informed
him that the oompany hud agreed to ac
cept KtfX) in full for tber debt, whicii
amounted to about 01,090, at the name
•BltaablcoootyoMlacrart Mod IMII Smith the money
to p»y the (umpanr. Smith «coe|ttei
th. M.ot Wh k. ^jth.
The (Old pn«M u( th. UoiUd I
8UU.«Mll^.lUwfi.
WMWO. KIMUU,UU0 4uru« tw
U
«, ™o«r— hi. report on produc »'i -c»™«''
B.r,B.TU« P.r«hi. »o»elor »300.
7
h" ho—•
P"r™
klaid
P«™ »P
mKh'°'
Wlth
Mmllh
yw. -nM.»lv.r pr«luet .«
'b*
"H*1"*" a"1' '•lu™
P""™"1* h» oou to
u d.(r««Dt Umm antil h. hki
in ail something over #4*, whec he
ieiuauded a settlement. Parria had
been charging iuteoMl on the notes at
the rate of 4 per oent par month and
figured up that Smith still owed him
about fJOU, and threatened to foreokwe
the mortgage on Smith's horses tf the
amount he claimed MB due vm not
forthcoming at onoe. Smith tlemad
that he had agreed to pay Parris such a
high rate of interest and claimed his
debt to Parris paid full and demand
ed I) is
notee
and a release of the mort
gage. The vitber day Smith went to
Nebraska, and learning of his absence,
Parris sent out 'to Smith's farm and took
the borees under the chattel mortgage,
brought them here yeeterday, and., fear
ing trrnible when Smith returned, took
the train at midnight for Pierr#, Smith
returned to-day, and lemming how Par
ris hiw! taken hi# property in hi* absenae
armed himeelf Midi MM le CMOf*
his
What renders the case unustmlly ag
gravating is the fact tbt Parris did not
take up the machine notes aa he agreed
to. but they are hekl by a bank
:V'
-ii":
ANOTHER'S fOETUMS.
I have made one fortune In my
time." said an old merchant the other
day "and
".Spent It," broke in the
Didn't have that p)i
"Ix»st It*"
No, sir the foitlUH I
that of another man."
«*Why, how was that***
"After 1 left college rnrfM the
flnt speaker, *1 knock off cwittt the
country, here and the.i\ for a fow
yearn before I settled down in this city.
In course of my wanderings I met an
old school friend had gone to a
medical college and wmn then just
starting to build up prsctlrw In a
small country town. When I ran
acroes him be was in a dreadful fit
of blues, and I said to him alter the
first greetings had been exchahged
•Why, old man you're not like your
former self at all. You haven't be«B
practicing long enough to tan killed
anybody, yet, have you?"
No, no! my boy he answered*
•not that But, If I may oonflde tn
you with safety, as I think 1 can I
will tell YOU my difficulties, I'm
madly in love with the most beautiful
girl in all the world, and she love*
me, but all her people are opposed t«
our marriage because the old man
wealthy and 1 am poor. They want
her to marry a rich suitor who hi afbar
her and I fee like a brute In asking
her to wall for me till I am abba t»
support her. while that prospect seem*
so distant I've been ia this town si*
months now and not a sangle pattern
have 1 secured.'
How maay rival* km jeMf* 1
inquired.
-Only one,' he answered, "old lr.
Scroggs, but he has been here for forty
years or more all by Uimsoif. He m
tents my intrusion as a personal in*
suit and so do his patients, 1 think.
There seem* to be a pnajudkM againdh
young doctors, anyway and I am
heartily discouraged.1
Why don't you try mmm of the
time honored old tricks of tlM trade
I said. 'You know them as well as I
do. Have a boy rush into church and
whisper in your ear, where you mt»
well up toward the front. Then grafc
four hat and make as much noise aa
you can going out. Get up half a
dozen prescriptions and have the bot
tles directed to Mm, Smith, Mrs.
Brown, etc., and then wm that thef
are delivered to the wrong houses.
Send for them a^ain, explaining that
in the rush of bu#i«ap# theae littla
miet&kee will BOiMlllBfe- tytppen.
There are a dorea auch Utlla dodges
•%"(?, use my dear be
answered with a sigh. *AU thaM lit*
tie games are N. (i. In a »»inall town.
II Mm. Smith ha« a tooth*ch« aaariy
Hi 'Atl^ared here to a daad certainty
—rtaipty
ban ever,
u a
anti I would worse off
hey are aii rtfUt enough
city, but
i¥|»a|.'s that,' I exclaimai
terrific hanging wa« iveard at the outer
door, Charley my friend, irent to
the door, and a girl's voice mm« out
of the darkness saying: "Comedown to
the hotel, doctor, there's a traveler
there took down with a fttor •omatkla'
and he's like to die,'
••Charley grabbed u case ol lostru^
ments. and we Voth started tot tho
hotel on a run. We got there a few
minutes before old Scroggs, for wbow
the girl who told us had alao gone.
Before Scr»»gg» got up to the traveler's
room Charley had dutgnos-fd th® raee*
to his own satisfaction and waa look
ing v#ry wife indeed. Scroggs »«ized
the insensible paUen# h* the wrist,
1 intoned to his heart heists, and bafoiw
barley had time to aay a word rap
itssi out.
«Caaa of aptfilaxy* Bvtef mhm
••But Charley was not to be ignored
in thi« way. -It's a plain case of ep
he liofao. but just thee 1 puLLad
htm $0 QM side and whispered la Ms
I was* about to remark. Dr.
Scroggs,' r*5sum«sd Charley, with caar
siderabie di^nlt^, 'that the case is
undoubladly oae sf •mrpblaa poison
in*.'
•onsenae, young man,' said old
Scf«gff" riuVejy, I say it's appoplexy.'
*A stomach -pump will #oon prove
who 1 right, said Chariey. as be u4
locked his case and produced one
"The little crowd of hotel employes
and villagers who had crowded into
the room, a big one, seemed rather
amused by the arguments of the doe
tors, and as the patient wa# a stranger
to aii the application of a stomach
pump, ifonif to settle the controversy,
met with general approval,
••Well, to make a long storf short,
morphine it was sure enough. Tnls
discomfiture of old Scroggs spread
abroad. Charley soon built up a
.practice, married his herieas, aad Lived
fcappiif ever afterward."
"And how did you discover 'waJ
iporphine, just in time to prevent
your young friend from declaring ia
favor of epilepsy?" asked the writer.
•'That'# just wbat ('barley s»ir#sl
me, when it was all over," replied the
narrator, "The fact ia, while Charley
and old Scroggs were engaged in look
ing wise over the patient and guessing
at his malady, I was looking »Nut th#
room. There in a corner *ehitid a
footstove I spied a bottle. Pi' feiog It
up I saw that it was tabled tnorphlaa
poison/' and that if had been rmmtij
emptied, as the ouuide ©f it was Mtiil I«
moist That was enough for me, and 5
1 just had time to hkw la Charley's '&
oar 'Morpbinef before Im aommluad 1
himself.
Pwople at Midflesborough. Knglaad.
excited over the alleged dis«»v
of petroleum in the greund henm,
them. Knarsmental bormg« are
i n a e o a e o e
A G£wmHlF
One of tk vleadln.T iihurchev in Mia
aaapolia h. 3- te I a iiov.-i method
of increasing its attanian«-e. Kach
Saturday evening a committee 0»
gentlemen visit the hotels and tak*
off a list oi the guests who are domin
died there over Sunday. Neatly
printed invitations to attend service
ia the church are enclosed in envel
opes, sealed up and directed to these
guest* They are ]0 with the clerk
with directions to place them ia th«
boxes in the morning. As each man
comes down to breakfast Sunday morn
ing he finds a letter for himself.
Opening he discovers tho invitation.
It excites his curiosity and in man}
cases the invitation is,accepted. Tht
plan has been in operation but a ahoti
time only, but thus lar has bean found
to work well.
W N. ROCHE,
City Meat Market.
Kssp* eosMsstlr on h«t t*« efevfeast
F»e*h and Cured Meata, Fish, Fowl
and G.'un* in aeMon.
KUNDERT &
FITZGERALD,
IK IXATT AJ«n SRXXJT
Hardware!
Garland Cooking
and Heating Stoves,
Ghd&& Barb Wire, Iron Fnnpt
Sporting Oooda, fee..
JOHNSON, OLSON
& CO.,
'Save received tnetf^JeW
Spring Stock General
Merchandise.
As «Ubonk display cl DKESB
GOODS, including Hm Moal i*h
lonabic fabrics.
A complete and fresh stock of
QWCmim In Odd Fellows
Black.
SCOTT & SH EH ID AH.
REAL ESTATE,
Business Projwt
Hisidance Property,
Block Property
BT^Weba»ea4*}«ipe very choioe bsr
ysins in Farm Limds,
thMU to ItHtn Lou of f0rt*ML
cinrmm wtmkit. iaihuos, dak.
00 TO
McCallister Bros.'
Hardware Store sad examina
The New Prooess
VaporStoye.
IT 18 A WONHKR Of
PERFECTIOH.
A gwwfieto lin© of Heavy imfl fltttflf
Hardware and Build
ers' Materials
it nnwwumi wUbWoi,
twtwo sles«o
]|laa««|wUs
or!t'
y? 4-
BWUt
Pure
.-
t' v-ii
Faair* fiterrtt.
UNION BLOOK
Acre Property.
-.'j
IWAtrlSiSeWtat Ibsls ^jt^a
mgo, Vtmntii Owlw mm* Uw PseHs
Wm «ap^ Msw taMss, nam of m«l» and
smiy th* mmm sgset of
rfilnWAeass #f- Ea&wav,
l.SU
4ny
l,,
Kst(ros4 A«wit «aywh«*s ta th»
fV'5C^
1
$mfaftiMtaMtVBS
Osa'tlesa.aa'Tm.Mi.
fur iftfnrittftttos lis r«f**«acw !.•»! *u4
Obsstleal V«lloaal Baa^ ffew fmk
W« marry a «wapk|te
^SF^^T1^^rsaw*•"'7^^'^
Qaality cannot be duplicated in this market,
below what other houses pay for good* of iees merit.
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GET FIGURES
-OM-
., AND ON——*
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As S* 3* Jfc A Mi
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WAIL RARER WAR RAtlf
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THE BOOK STORE.
SPRING NECK TIES.
Armbils of Sprinc Neck Tie* ia a*w stylf* sa4
coiorlne*. No inlnglinf of meiwly aiakes. Every
one brtght, fresh and now. A hletrcr. hotter, brlirhter
SMITH & COOK,
Druggists and Jeweler*.
.—MiatTXyt AMiHi roa
Foreign and homesOe Exchange Bought sm4 "SUt
CoVVecUoivs a Sp^\a\tY
Owpaiiial OMIaslar snaHstiy wKjrinyed t«
country.
^Xofiff Loaaad oa Baal EstaU lor
OOltBKSPOUDXim
Sioux Palls Hatlnasl
CHAft. B. KENNEDY, Pre®. E. CJLAPf,
WK.F.KSNIfB0r,8«fV#Trea4 f. I* JONES, Aa^t 8ac Tlaw
Northwestern loan and Banking pa
(Sncce«ior» to F. D. Hntchiuson.
mt sTArmtRf,
PtasfrOoeris Albums Ftne IViftet
Uriahs* (Xmba, Toys, Kancy (loods,
r«inu. Oils, V arowhes, Calsomiae,
CELEBHATEO CREAM BREAD.
Ho#
of Fresh
Q.U. WOOD,
DRtJSS MEDICIKE3
Wall Paper, and a full Jin* ol
Patent Medicines,'
CHOICE PERFUMERfBS
Prsscrt|Nioas can full) compouaded da)
hiaht.
MAR AflMI, SA»UKW, 9AKOTA
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Varh'ty than cvit before. Call and sec tlicm. U c'll a.
name the price. Tsu'll be surprised.
JOHN DRISCOLL.
fiilm Wrnll PmpT Fi»« OoU and Silvaor Wttekm «i4
^nvdbrjp* Watch and Clock Repairing prosapm 4.
$nd mechMiicalN executed. S**?
W&±w Airmmm T',^|
FIRST Rational BANK.
Opital and Burplus, $(0,Nfc
A General Banking Business Transaowd,
Gao COOK
flcafasidiat,. Uashiff
la Ooitiili'iws garronad^*
Madison, South Dakota. j*.
A RRMASAL BANKING BUSINESS TKATRSAFUBN,
a specialty o£ hrut mortgage ami foal estiUe Iwbbi
manicipaL ooTmfcy aad sehool bonds and olbar sacuritiss.
y ,'COaKESPONDENTS.
ta T^tiHi ce C*., Pit ilmieijhia, F-
CSaptialisMk*
fug VaUssal lisJt, 0Mgi4% '£?'•$
Valla, ifaa
W
Natitvnal Bank of Illinois, Thii a^», 111,
?Hot«x Fails National Rank. Hit«« WM.r __
MISTER & SWEENEY,
Of TH1—- ty?*
Fruits, Canned a«*,
in season. Hmoker's Articlee, ete.
igroYSTBESi eervsd la amy style day or @v#»iag«4Bt
v^uw^
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