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THE DAILY LEADER.
MABtloW, SOUTH OA H7T A
WEDNI^BAFi^~'A"pRITJ •#, !«•&
Tmhir.
UatMOO. Hii«uhMM«»t.
pwi R*illM«.«M^I
took met Ju I, 111%
fassoagsr train going
Arrive*
Dwpart*.
PMM8g«rtmta foia* ir#*t
**T frtlgfct jroint MM jjjjjj"
»»i f^rtgut *»«»i jiyy
PnMU*f traia
ulfit fwr
fmiMMl»tk|»wtk..
P«M«tK«r «rriv«« from llttonl.
If A,
I8f. *.
»:t» r. at
f:W7 »'. a.
«:S0 a. M.
«:ftO w.
«:W
PKRMOIVAL ITK1»
W. W. ikilraod arrived from
Falb.
Joeeph MiijgW of
toiv.
IMu MvHit&ou bw cwupied Uk» Bal
jurd b&um, which he iraoently purchaeed
Tb# ladiea' guild will meat at the rm-
*|*»oe of Mr«. fco-morrow af
«.
Tb# Lake otmaly lowaabip mmm
in
at t^Mi ooiuM? il^tsrti
thw afternooti.
Ir IJan^la' team took a »pm along the
walk iu fr*m| ot fciyndioate btortt U
y but
weaa onptvrpft tuiofi vkj &m
waa doo«
The
r#»iaiu« of D. N". Cotuw*, whodwd
Howard yeaterdty, j^aaaed through
city to-day er? rmik* to Deoereb,
owa l)eoeaaed «««. a^i y**«»
fH»n»§ H, and Stephen W Inrntm
vr ^fcfrfir Iu»w«j»d
k, «MH|b»d "irf
ituVtwirljummt *& ta» wmtimim
aubecrttwors Ut-morr»u- 1"H» ««i.r
iAimn circulates axtanaively tfaroegk
the ooontv. and
ia
aa
Smart of Wmhwmth )mM *oo*p-
the poattioo of night miliar in N. B.
nth Jt
8on*»
^tnil v to thw
mill, and will move hia
eity and
aoe
At
oooupy
now
hi*
been
J. A.
and
i
tha
ooonpied
:ity hall next Friday
irpoee
*r**r.
|Tin Harry
drama,
i r« .» 'Jij,
s'
In the
T. I*ewia retained to«dny from
*r, 8
W. Jaaee departed lor Milwaukee
«0l ChioOgO.
Mrs. EL Lwber of Owthof*, a Ik,
mother of Ibi.
AM *—*-.
owtfod
toilay.
Kepreeentative F. F. Knight of Kamo
QS
is io the city attending the oeecnoor
meeting.'*
Judge D.
V.
8tiMi who
ImM
been A-
ieg bunineea in the city, departed lo* bis
horn# at Fairfield, Iowa, today.
Mr* Ktotl of Northwood, Iowa, who
has been visiting her eon, Henry. ip thii
frtty departed t4^ t*x lo
vi«t J. E. Stott.
Mum Belte l¥l«*wrtr departed ftrr th«»
|»#f, to--day, having organized the B«|
liftt .luveniia Miaaion band at the Bap
st church kit
B»aaUful new sih-
Buy you dnif»
and
Vti*K
etgaracf
Ed Him.
The riaNt Meat*
the eity nu be purchaetd -iA. -4N
Lwhbr'a market.
4T*MI.
8we«ney will eer*» tea onMi
.Neir jwtrkir* day and evening, also
r.t«h i«? ff«im for private partww,
gociala, etc.
»«KVlTia*.
To tnorrow will be Arbor D»y- '^:g
TiMl Qneen'i E*'idenoe to-nifbU
Tli#re are mix new reeideoo«l In eourm
pf nonatmctkm i» Madiiw®
ra«-
by W. Oindoc.
a meeting
ot the
K.
Pa.
at
iaat evening, it
ini?'
Oaatie
a uniform rank in June. It
il*ct««l thai the new order will
ith u uiwmlierahip erf about thirty.
[The iAk«»ide
h«ld under attachment.
Trow, waa
%j*%
payment
releaaad last night
erf Mr.
Trow'e claim, and
this morning
ahipped out
mtry. 11m
of the
ahipper#
John Horniek of Sioux City
V.
Nelaon reporta
the
tfaft meroliant^ oarnsval prtigreeainf
ly.
There will be
evening.
It ia
of tim maaa^»meat to be^n
Carnival cm the evening of May
16,
Choate oompuny**
iranoa
»g
drew
a
aewnd
at the opera house laat ere-
aomewhat larger
swdteum
"For Another's
ited, and
Ma'
la
Wrong/' waa
waa
well reoeivad.
oonneetion
To-
jt'e play will be "The Queen'* Evi
with Friday
eve
l'n progrAtume w ill be reodwidjHJ'n
f»u.k v Mwtake," written by
at lUiM
oity.
fcwn Or«a^ Book Btorft'
B. C.
rm Male.
quantity of
bouklere
if at
'-fl
r'
Tutc Daiw
L«AL)«K
ofBo^.
jrw (*rk»ad» rf wood, cut up into
tree length., at A. P. HarUag'a machine
lop. IMivemi to winy pari of the city.
|v« him -your
order.
A
ftvetk
INtJk««a, AercwaaH*
»»wi «.iias*ate|-i, 38: Prof,
jard, of KimimW, made a baiioon
»t thia piaoe Saturday aft«recx*i.
first attempt p.roir#il r» failure, the
|l*» ounnwung the parachute to the
llooii Urenku% jufi- the balloon
UMI
btavi&f
yte^MKxr,
v
9*--«»«. V/ ».
ti*, v'- Ij»
«.*
1
-V' f5
having
hundred
ed fnm the
«. *.
7 r.*.
^HjfciTY,^
aeooode
M«t mak** ««at»*ct n»»#
lit, and »K«r train
«t for all point# ««rth,
«ti
foiuc wwt.st
WAtTTOOM b**«t
A. E. Fuller and wife to W. W
fot 8. bSic\ 21, original |4»t of Mo^no.
C3tjr«itd«mtion,
#l2fv
Emma M. Jamlw find Stephen W Jac
oImi to J. H. Horltngame, the north half
of the northeast quarter of aection 27,
and the norlhweat qnarter of the north
veat quarter, and the oaat half of the
north weat quarter and lot 1 of aection 30,
and lota 7 and 8, (except Idlewood Park
and Point Bioux Falkk aectkin 22, and
lot 5 of aection 23 (e*o*pt Point fcttoux
Falls), and lota 1, B, 4,10, 11,14, 15,21
22, 8S and 34, of Point Bioux Falla, and
all of Idlewood Park, aa laid down in th#
l«rord«d plat thereof. Oon«nd»ration,
I.
Say
ooda,
f*artvwlart»
an advertMag
i
B.
medium.
par^nta.
A do® owned by F. Hammer diaappoar
#d laat Saturday and no taoe could be
found
of him
until
they w«r«*
waa deoidad to or-
l,"s
"4
«#fc
greatly to hi* chagrin and duiguct of the
crowd,
a poo
the
ground.
TH#
been pubetituted
the mnxmd
b«dlooo
«oo« iiestMSJuteti, when it wi» jMt»nptiy
refilleil with heated air and a
n«w
rope
for the old ewe,
attempt
proved a deckto*!
tucoem Whon Bt a height of
feet the
balloon
without injury
Book
several
parachute wu
detach
by the puHifi* oi
rope and the descent mmAt tolfc
8unfc
RKAL KNTATfC TMAMWKF.KN
4. Crrlt«klr MkowiMK tmr lkt« W»efc.
Following ia a list of the tranafew
fpr record
for the flrat
filed
three
days of thin
#s
Almira Bi'Hmiui antl Curtis Z. u
man
to
()t»kor Rogers, lot 3, block
City of Madiaon. Ckmaideration, #10,
D« Ette
H.
Porter and Wro.
H.
Pott*
to J. H. BurHugame, the aouthwrnf
qnarter of th» aouthweat quarter, ai
lot fl, aectiou '£1, and the north half
the north w«at (juarief of aection
townahip 1M, range 81 Omaid«rati
fltUflO.
The hoira at law of Ilanaoo Ola
E^ebraaten to Oarl Thouj|*«m,
northwwt qunrtcr of aection 26, towt
ahip 107, range 52. Conaideration, I?
J.
M.
Hurley to J. W. Hurley tl
aorthweat quarter of aertstion 21, tow
ahip 107, range 52. Consideration, •l,®"
J. A. Trow and Eva N Trow to W.
Smith and i)eha A. South, lota 3 and
block 3, Hmith 4'Tiow^i addllkwu Ow
aideration, |300.
A}lMon P. CJoombs and H. W. CXoinh«
lo August Hann«man, tho aonthwaet
qnarter of aection
0,
townahlp 107,
112. Conatdaratioo,
1,100.
millet Book 8(O«R,
—NBwr
». R. KltROV,
IfttMriBi A4«« lewmwwl
H. Kdrov h.ir.
.lonbied
the capacity
otlbaHlar raataurant awl-wilt
fartii ik
bumueaa
on
an #nlarg«l m-nkn.
He will kandte fr««h fruits ami
blea, everything in the line of bakers'
oonfwtK'nary, «4c. Ice cream
and evfiurig Warm meaiu at all
-^H nW"'
*e»SHwo-A
•*«r# tai a*
§pmi*i
0pem Wrtt.
e«tNlpen4*fic« o#*A# l«l)r I-«««ler.
ftURKU!!. April ,V.—•"•Oophfit^" ii
now a
A
large drova
of i»apa tnvdtodi
through Franklm laat Mundflf*
Tfco young
folks
gave
li ft. Bwmi%
1
Ikwi'f a ytrpnaa kMt Wxln—day
«»OK
S. bnmvfmcm of ftmrMngn. formor!y of
Lnkf HM JIOVD vmiung old neighbor*
iaftt Nuoilay and roturoed Muudaji. Mr
Hampaon will return in couraa of three
to prepare a race track at Midi-
Qua Hoaidminetor paluwdi ftw
port, QL, ho haa lMMm ^WMec Wi
Monday evening. Aa
paaetng
ia
aUrt
#tock torn
property
the
they diaeowdd there waa aomething in
an open well, which proved to be hia
dog
he waa nearer deed
Uxm Ella Pearoe'a ttbopl okwd laat
Monday.
A delicious dlali of loti cream was aarv
ed at
Wm
were E, W. Bkin-
MoAilurter'a kat- Sunday.
Mr.
ai»d
ladioa*
aixty lad tee
The next drill will be
Mrs. ikrt
ieon
Moldridg«
wflW vMttag at
drill
Sunday.
Anguat Buntrook
in
d»y. Yovm.
Noras at Detest
Wo miA to acknowled«o the raenipi
the
Teaohera Inatitute
Journal,
two
and S^iool
papers published
by
E. L.
KelUigg & CX*.
In
ftooorrlMWi *»lfch li
prvK'laiiiatioii the Normal alucfenta will
obeervti arbir
day
with
ciaea The
rangetnenia to each
secure
414 o'olock
will
be
irngger
coLtror
Thw morning the Teacher*'
iteti
several
of
departed to-day fur
headqnartrra in
WUtoonain.
(loiinell, after a pleasant viait with
relatives and frionda, aooompanied him.
Home
Hehger farm
ladiea in this
tion.
willing to
of Mad
Nr.
Sogtrli laat
§ad
bought
Frank
a
conducted
check row
at
nerahip
take
Hammer
«orn platiter
in
part-
atti will Ity tto wo«lr
next Tuee-
A.
large
appropriate exer
Senior eia«
have made ar
plant
oainpu*
a tree on the
They will t»ke
a
row morning
team
and
to rnor
their own tree*.
in
the
afternoon
tliaae trees
planted. Short speeches
will
last ti*
i
mittee
be
expected nm aaoh member of tbe class.
Friday evening Prof. IfoFarland will
deliver ht« leotnre at the E. ohurcht
aubjeot. "Our Country's Need.** Thki
lecture will undoubtedly be of great in
terest to Normal etudenta.
The young indie® told the reporter
that Capt Nelwii guv© th«m sov ex
erotae
im 'the
C*rima|.
On Saturday, May 10, the ©ommatte®
cm Normal echoola, of
Ihe atate
txmaiaU
boartl of
jpegente, will viait Madieon. The com
folio wing giMto
of
fX»
aoerage of fbot
la,
K
i
y
U
i?r w *v"*
,•
A, o»*
II
?. i i a
~r
men Jaw. F«*wd«nfeUlt of Plankin
ton,--Br. Btaniey of Hot Spring*, EL Ia
Smedtoy of Ipawu h. On Monday fol
lowing the entire board will be here and
hokl their final meeting. Rome piembers
of local boards for the different uiatitu
tiopa will be her« alao. It ia mufn Uiatk
probable that (Sov. Maikitlo «ffl meet
wrth the board.
claaa vkb
the
pract
ice
teachers at
their wmk and took notee of
greanve methodc
the pro-
aa applied
hy Ihem.
How lower aeeda—Book Store.
Old Xr«wwpap«ff%
35 oenta A hundred, at Tss DAILY
fa office.
Nwvaea for Male.
Will trade for oxen, or •rtl
wiOi good aaeurity. Apply to
#. At. Mt
KI.Ky,
tBLA IIP
fataiaia WtMta# *Wita—
VrtftHtry Mararrv -Pernwwsl^
tpwitl corrMfNiidetct of The baity
ORIMNO,
long apell between aho*wwr»4
grain ia doipg wott,
A gotxl many
have
of
vicinity
No
than alive,
after standing in two feet of waior and
nothing
to eat tor so long ft time.
more rfopoaat
kill
the
ta
on
agriculture
his fogging
Jamea O'
are
interested the womens' rights
matter
bill tie*
upon themaclveo
Biuie
farmetrs jure harrowing pall al
ready
to
wild
in
getting quite
book wheat whiol\
a
start on
Some
old
who have tried it
ground
aay
more
this iw
good method, aa the grain will be im
proved
by the killing of foul weeda
than ilow by tiie h«tiow drag^af xl
op.
Thomas Tough, veterinary surgoon,
w»ntlv removed a lump from the jaw
of a hone, in which ho found about a
down amall sized atones of a lime
nature. The 8kmm worn amooth
from oonatakl friciiott, aad am
of interaat.
pig tin. I behiv,
the republicans tire ia «&[email protected] liteij'
deoire to paea Iho tariff biU, and wtil
be paaaed
"Seoator Moody—'The
McKinley
uae,
try
"^V. *""1^:'
.-r
aria
aider it neoeaaan for t^p
lion, geologist for
y*T
»y
•:$
CCKTIP
Niirr'T
MAIN
tariff bill thia aeoAoo, and indeed
for
much
qnee-
how muoh over
burdoood women with ihe multi
plied duties of life, they Mem
perfectly
the fieneflt of
pie living in sai I looaHtlea.
8MOKKH8'
being pttt
i——.
On tkf fa***.
Wa^dagton diaputeh, 28 Boolll D»
kota m«miers of oongraaa mtorviewed
on the McKinley tariff bill by the Phila
delphia Prea®, Bays. "Senator Pettigrew
—•I favor the klcKinley tariff bill sub
atantudly it atanda. I would aoggeat.
however, a tariff
bill
auita ma v«ry well, but I think it ought
ta huv» a duty «n metalic tin. The Black fc
Hilla can furntah the tin that ih& tin I
indoatry can
and aa it to that
will be
at
the
tnetalic
ipdtiw
i"
mercy of the fomgii
ayndimtee which now control ihe- entire
produce of the world ontaide of the.
United Statoa, I ehall try to hive a duty
put on
the
Mif
thi# fUpjitr koltfa
»r let m« c*tch tr«n
iiuklaif *nrthlu* «xr«pt
th« cigars
mut(Htari4 %y
Jfthn
"Hi »vMk« say
Mkow if jMtwIl
-k *-yj rx.tr-w
ffAL
1
is} ^cimo( &
i i
»Hdu
-Jim J«- a*^Vi n»
r».jU4ir
0*101KAI
rsuejroyajTHiRp Au-tjJ'
Homestead sale ol Lots Morningside Addition has commenced. There are sixty
sightly lots in, the Addition, which are to be sold at $1C0.00 each, regardless of improve
ments. For plan and particulars, inquire of
I con
republioan
party to do m%,"
"l^itfeaenMrtlvo ^ckkt^-I «h«U
port the Miii ui ita general pro
visions. I ^lau *i)rave of ita reductkxi
.uT mt, I hav» TOO
doubt tliat a km# men*ur» will p««e thia
eongreBa.'*
Vile lrrt«ail»n Coaaaa
Hyrou diapatob, 'J®
The members of
the
tJnitad States
ixfftgai
now
viamg
ion
here are Col. Es^.
Nortli
kota,
MadJaon, &
thia
April,'?J. Wear® having a
their oorn in,
James Moloney, after totttng hi* ftttS)
U W. Bhirley, and {Hunting hp rest
denoe,
and
Prof S
it Updyke,
tural
irrigation
for
fetouih
Oreenwell,
of
Nettle ton. Ckv. Mellette (Mrriyod
afternoon to meet the
aom»w morning.
|^l
ooriy
ip
asrftku ttaie, Ma, for 1
kauw itat. k#
kaw eiaaiat**
JOHN HTTSSj
Ibmufaciureref •«tt l»« »icr
AKTRLE8.
Nothing hut U*e b*ff gradeeef
weed, Satiafactiou guaranteed.
MAJDISOH, HOL'TH DAJKOT4.
A. B. OLMOE^T
!IK
Tia popcuji
Furniture JtealfiT!
"•'-v OE'K new
m-m:a
ParlW Bulto
y Cliatal
«.i4
Mi
tin when it reatill^ the
I am a£J» that wo ahaJl peai a eeda gooda!
tfcr
WILL
ornia
PARASOLS.
coiutniMaiaio
Nitt4etoA,
engineer of
supar~
Uta
United Htaten
rigation aurv«y the field Prof, Itoljert
Hay,
uf Junction Crf)
Kan^
Brms
ir­
TuiMMuros
CJTCU.
chief
geologtet Prof C. Culver,
XOV
Held
CAH'T
of
Vermil­
Soutli Da­
of the agricul­
college. Hnxktnga, iiwld agent for
Bouth
Dakota. M«j.K. B. Coffin.engin
eer
of
Dakota J. B.
WaahingUm,
to
C3ol.
steni»grapker
oommiaaioo,
which wdl ojrguniae i|li evening or
to-
Th«ir purpoae btwa ia lo iaveatigata
the subject
of
irrigatUm
gatiou
ty
teeian welk. A
me^na
8TK Its
pf«r
4
Ladies' Tenim
A O I K I K
I.I N K or
ENTB'
FLAANNIT
)V KHtUIIRTb.
of
will b* made to the
ar-
repmt «rt their inveoli-
department
CARPETS
peo-
aal
w««r
ycMj oat
if yoa
fe«#e
wTFiMITH,
ii8 1
yi^tonr^-^cg:
fsn5i
MIDI
a
•OOwff
'I
J. A.
Have all these goods, and they ue
open for iimjH»ction, and we will
yon cannot yd
a finer a»#ortiiM»iit
aujrwiiMc.
I
THK MOST
COMPLETE
LINK or
WHITB
Flouncings
*d
i
THE CITT.
Fhtimel
Blouuc Waistii,
CARPETS
CARPETS
Wo are atdling C«rf»*ts at very low Hgutm
We have good assortment of Carpets We hww* ttt
•est n&wrttiient of Carped
—___ (jail and see our Carpets.
ITWe have wverul patU'rus in FU^h Oil Cloths."
Why do wa sell ao mwiy Ladiee1, Miaaee* and Children's KID SffORBf
hnre the kind th«n want, and ot price* that are right Our line of
JENTLEMENTri FOOT WEAK in ver) coniplete. Our hue of DREBB (KK)DS,
a» everyIKMIV knowa, i» the most oxt^n«ivtv Tli« Ladi^o arts aur© U got
w—l a 1 Uoods at«i' rv bm pr in* lire wioaera with ua.
u M. J. McGILLIVRAY & CO.
Pwekient.
I
A
jtini iiw ---'-you oufht lo see thesa. rhe
uv How cheap that ui what
i'.
If.
"V^ f. -1W, &«?
MADISON,
LAKE COUKTY,SOUTH DAKOTA.
Cm^im
iH
IB90
Comjilimcnt of I
SSI Til & TROW
Xftditsc, Sooth Bftkol^i
r«»lor«
111.
Farm Lundii, city Lota
AJ1HTHACT8
of Lake County.
Lima
SUM
3.
8
&
Ladies' French Flanadi
Blou»i Wai»t».
LACES| LACES!
This department alone exhibits the
nam»t things in Trimming Lacee, lace
articles in Neckwoar, CollarctteB, etc.,
at extruiuelj low prices.
CLARK & McKlNNON.
CARPETS
in
the city.
HALT,Vtoe-Preaidam.
9
Citizens BqnH-
Capital loO OOe. Surplus SHMHMk'
MADISON .._ pAKOTA
A General Banking Business Iransactei,
Witt naaait moooy to any part of tba Old World, and aatt tfekeU %o aod
principal Europeen porta op any of the Imtinf Haa» of ataaafihoajlfc
Hn^i hna|^ gad
-, OolleAMMM
COERESPONDENTB
Firet National Bank, Chicago. Chase KatioaaJ
National Bank. Sioux F»ife
i.
A. TBOW, Oaabtei
gv"
«.p«
0*\
'I instill V«M«J
t-
rnoa s
co
TROW, Madison, S. D.
CLARK & McKlNNON
.# Mi
UMBRCIXAI
IK (1HRAT
VA
./ »«0^f
w
,^!.W
I E Y
w
St, t«-
AN XUMAKT
I AUK or
FRENCH
SATEENS.
.#
1t
A OOMI'LIM
htnu OF
LA
I E S
GAUZI
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