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MMl Tiss«* Table*
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PSMMtJt#r tnls |OtHK r«»t (Willi OS
Kx»h for si) point* iwirh, 4NM*«o*»rl*oiii
U fc* nil vol.. ~.
ftHDg w«*t, it wiKti»ock»i for *11 point* north.
MAMtUtS I.IHK,
f:«5 r. m.
irrivo#fr«im!hrimfth ..,Jt§k&9»M
jjMKjUP «"1Ft uutlh.
-THE CITY
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Woe of Winfred was in tst
day.
Ool. Murray went to ffiwtt Plila to
day on legal business.
C, J. Porter, Bsq., letoiuad lo-d«y
£rocn Rochester, Minn.
Mhm Greeley Johnson and ebfldno
departed May for Oshkoah, Wis.
Geo. Hicks returned home yesterday
from Boston whither he had Item to
market a oarload of miloh cow.
Beautiful new silverware™Book Slot*
Boy yaw drug* and cigar*
of Ed Hiue.
Losi—beggy
w*dp-
Leave at
1»^ fMMWt
n the elty can b# pflrdhtaHl al J. B.
tar's market.
|«-r ream.
pgalM1 A Hvroeoey will aerva ioa oRintn
lit tn«ir pftrlorn clay and en®to{f. iiteo
furnifth i''^
cwbbi
Viiur-h mwiniK. «*UJ.
ftf partwa,
A MMdwinp Priw.
A fQ&& wnbroiderod JapeOMi jwior
14 ,^i, tobo giv««n away by JauiwHliuk.
ft, tho ptm'buKi'rs of the "F«irt» Cioid,*
firHtxi of nii'iii'Ttnl .Japan t6«. The
yHlu* of th*» Hrr«*«o is %'M. riw name
|if »*arh jmrohaw of on** j*niod of tm
ill Ix1 rowifii"! iu» a |»rtici{iant iu the
limwirig. The pfiau will to givett on
|^r Bla«k'« own r«spto«bnity, and nn
]tk^ moat drawings of the kind the
wjii uul bt? called upon to pay
|))h proportion of tho of Um
io the nrttcio he buy*
to
price it
•^(AI.UUrViriM
Oh, all, l»a*©acwn«thin« ith me.
See change in BIH iillivriiy's adver
tisemeat.
Ingow.tktBwteria^al Uw opera
kouae %aui«ht.
Arbor day to Mi Ihe
fampu# of the
Bute
Normal school,
M. Hemuadi and wife. joined tb*
f'hoato IraiMtiic Co. in this city to-day.
Kemantber the laoture by Prof. Mo
iWianA 4t ib» M. S. ehwefe tMWW
Dan Kilroy has planted troea In front
#f his r^tHuraut, and they present a
tery handmnjie appt^arattee,
John HUMS will remove his e^pur fao
|]ry into the Ku-hler building na*t Mon
4«y The front part of the building will
ft* used as a billiard ImOI ushIm Um*
•iana#ement of Mr. Husa
jtwmt Wolfe, who has ow^ied th^
Jfoeition of olerk at tlw Lake Park hot#!
juring the paat several months, departed
§r Mitchell to-day to aeeept a position
It the Sanborn house of that city.
The naval appreciative audience
greeted the Choate company at the
gjpera houae laat evening.) To-oitfht will
fee presented Inffomar, the Bjirbarian.
fhe oomptny is (pvisf «xo«li«nl aati#
lection.
A letter from Joe C.
B«rgstreser,
Hlated Columbus, N«b., April 20, aaya:
•"iMt as far tu» tbia O.
K.
at Jk) p. m.
)|{iv» hore st 5:3 p. n. 1 have niiv
flliu{»any -Iiev. a G. Adams of .Uadiaou
ibd a "safariug man,** John Bertrand,
from Ontc«. Enjoying the trip hugely.
|eod
Thk Dailt I»sabk1it
Xj»wa Qaaa -ikv^k Hum
Wr
.«•. A quantity of boulders (nigger hemk).
(|pply st The
Daily
Lkadkk ofHce.
Three oarkwds of
wotkI,
^1§,' '^-^^f, ?L^*V ^£.- .-y. *k, *', .wat|! ~\^t' \^jf "vf|§
f*' *V W ,,.
ki
•t
,"V.^
v
aeaiH from the c,gri-ultural «hpartn out:
pengiuns of the {Mjiisiefi cocumlaaiom'r.
poatraaiitara from Oarkaoc and ao u
Then their e»rte»p«*jd«« use
and three-quarters of the writers »tmt
a stamp for return Thw ah»!.
ctnKUO)t« halfof ti«nr 1At tent I
it th«* Honntors ure i-rovuie with cltsr
for the session but tjw "prwwntati*'
must iMty nut of their owu fuiwis
and 6* day to eteootfr»ih«Hi to aasi
them In thoir voluiijiuous oorres|»n
Where t» their oppoitaaity to itltor
themaelvea on the sllrer question, tari!
cojiHt del«mse», irrigation, new navy, an«i
tho ottiwr general subject* that must
It^fuilat4vl upon? I can aee now*.
bo a (^ongrt^Hnan is to bo a park hor»«.
a drudge, and to do harder work wit.'i
the (tKMt
cuimicm
thvv Obmmrv* m»3 KaHawtain *t «iw ttssi
Ui iwt ml Mr. m4 Ur«. it, i» M«*i «tUI*Kr,
About forty pe|w»ne participated i
the **«»t» rv«tion aueial" given at th
r«8iikncu of Mr. and Mrs. Ilk C. 'U.
'aliiKtrr liiyt evening t»y the Vs. Th
"(ibaervutiou buainr?*'' consisted of fiv
.h'}jirtije»*t» war. *••, none, tonjiut
hand. "Fr.^nvUi, lend an' jour earn,"
iKjquet.
MM Main
•Ireet, Salt Lake City.*"
Absolute prohibitktt haa prevailed in
^||tu» oity to day, so far as outward ap
^arancos are cornerned The half
4oMn place* whereiu a drop of the ar
4bnt, txnild procured lierptof«r© were
ilo«tHl*at low twelve laat uight. it ia
|*hl the stook of drinkable were ex
bnusted when the doors were closed.
£he only difference that can be ob
served under the new order of things ia
ghe appcaranoa oa the streets of certain
giaattes of citizens who are out eujoyiBK
Hie luxury of the May day sun bath.
rut up into
glove length, at A, P. darling's machine
Aop. LKtUverwi to any ppuct ut.
|Hv« him your order.
». m. mft*a«rr.
Ma«r«Mt AMi
Vsrilltlrit.
D. II Kilroy has doubled the capacity
th* Ntar r«€tnur»nt si ad will fcw»
iorth do buHiness on an erdarg«1 »oale.
3e
wdl handle fresh fruit* and Vegeta
ns everything in the
Siv
ium
of bake**'
iodit. I'onfw tie nary, etc. Ice cream
and ovening Warm meals at all
ffc^'Worlfc
Witshtfig^m ow Sum* Fattff Tmas:
jr what did South Dakota scud two
«|cmtor* and two repreasftta^ves to jt.^9t ...
fcngm** to aestst in sliaping the legis- Csiupiimont* Mwd
litiou of the country? Then why don't NatkiOal licpttblican: To
Hiu give them a ohanoe to do Itf But Moody, one of South Dakota's two able
gfaiJjdUml. Three-quarters of their time r.'ffrewcntacivee in th# upper branch of
iasj^'iji ruiijiing errai^ls to the de the Pederftl legislature belongs the
partm mts- looliiug after thia, that and hwor of Wing the youngest man callad
Itoa dm ps^iai
I*
J**.
,',Vv v'^*-*_
than ia done by tl.
average UMWtal in pnvaU» hfe. Thus
your quartette, with "never a kick iu
complaint. One of them let fly this r.
mark: "It is the ha de*t work 1 ev
did iu liiu." Yclr lUay koap right i
it etghttH'tt ur« a 'h.. u.id y»o c^u
|h«ud Up .1. i» e tH
ts-.tmu. V'
u»Mtl -tti*
Juiikv iSt.tok li*» rtHwivetl a
.truiH'ttt o( tlowor puts and
0
run IDs,
Am an all round guesser,
Frank MeCallister was th* champion of
the evening, and secured tint priza, a
handsomely bound volume of Los Miaer
ablas. The entertainment was novel,
and greatly enjoyed by those preeaat.
Goldeti miil«t Book Store*
New ftower aeeda—Boo^ Htilik
•Id N*««rt»pap*r*i,
hundred, at Tab D«ttar
KE
r«i«lf#r
Will rade for oxen, or II on tiiaa,
wiUi gtwnl stN-urity. Apply to
J. M. Ui ai.av, MadiaaOtB. X)..
j' LMMt Hamt.
"f??rnx fa'R'i Argus Leader, 29": TT Hie
aai(Ku men of the state arc wise they will
make no trouble on the enforcement of
the law. As a matter of policy they can
Dot afford to make a fight. If, aa they
claim, the enforcement of prohibition
will hurt the stale, their en* is to help
enforce it, for by that means they can, if
their view is oorrect, secure an early re
peal. High license men who are sincere
In their belief that the enforcement of
prohibition is hurtful to municipal or
•tat# growtli, and who want to see the
law repealed, should follow the same
course. If both these classes unit# to
aid in the enforcement of th© law, it will
undoubtedly be enforced and if their
claim, repeatedly made, is sound, the law
will ti-e oooner be repealed. Not only
tnai. bat those who now advocate a trial
will then call for a repeal. The Argus
tender believes the law will stand en
ftromuaat, acd is eorraspondingly aua
i"u« to have all claaaas lend a hand to
•%&?<*
hh
cxeuipliiitsd by a collection of dissrd
unt musical inntrumeats played in tin
hall out of sight of the company, aai
the com puny was th«a )»ollod to learn
who had distinguished in the bub-ul
the greatest miml»r of instrument
used. Ben WykofT correctly nameii
ninn, and was awarded a tin horn for
his competent "ear for music." Eye,
"seeing is believing." Twelve articlafc
were incongruously mixed together, and
the "observers" were ea'ied upon to
name them at a glance. Ed Deadle dia
coveretl three articlee in the collection
of twelve, and was given a pair of green
goggles to enable him to see better next
tune. Noae "quoth llndibraa, I smell
rat Kaspho. thou don't prevaricate/'
Bottles of perfume, tincturoa, etc., wore
suddenly thrust under noeea, and the
owners of the aforesaid noaea were re
quired to relate to the company what
the bottles contaiaed. P. L. Mease, not
being aocwiftomed to smell bottled goods,
guesitad the contents of only thre«
bottles out of eight, and waa generously
awarded a wax nose in odrer that his
sense of smell may be improvod for
future occasions. Tongue "taste has
frequently an imaginary existence, un
connected with the intellect" Mixed
spicee were placed on the tongues of the
gueesera, ami afterward they were re
quired to describe the ingredient* of the
mixture. Misa Alice Walter received
an onion aa a prize for her acuteness of
taste. Hand "and when you stretch
forth your hands, I will hide mine eyes
from you." The participants in the
pleasures of the evening were blind
foldetl, and eight articles were sub
mitted to their touch. Out of the eight
articles submitted Miss Annie Davison
did actually gueas two of than right,
and for bar excellence at des
cribing articles by touch, she was
presented with a boquet of thorns,
Shr acklowlcdged that she could feek
the
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CCCLC&f
Homesteati
signt.y
Wm. Barrett was fleeted cliasrma^
and W. Piickard was cho«en secretary.
Oa motion, it was decided to exen:j»t
$'JM worth of personal property ow ued
by trie tax]Miyer, to consist of porgonni
projierty of whatever nature owned.
The assessable value of stouk wst.
placed at the following rates:
Yearling oolta, f^O to MO.
Two year ohl oolts, iiM) to
Work horses, la to #125.
Thoroughbml Mtalhons, $^X) to
Thoroughbreil mares, $150 to 33QU.
Pcmiett, $10 to $40.
Mules and asses, sasaa an boras*.
Yearling cattle, §5.
Two-year-old natOe, 97 lo Wk
Oowa, 18 to $12.
TtiorouK'iibrrd bulls, §2.1 to ft5.
Thoroughbred oowa, f25 to $40.
Other I'littlu, $10 to
Sheep, $1.35 to ift i
Hog*, $'1 '.i
Ob uiuUon, it was detuttixt to asses^
real estate at the mum* rate as last year
•'•r Nilr.
West half southwest quarter c»f setv
tion 17, west half northwest quarter erf
section 2«», wwt half suutliwci-t quarter
mmHkhi
17, »a«t half nurth vi.? quarter of
mM'tioc 'JO, all in t»wr»ship 10li, raittfu *»JL
y. S. !. Addreas,
*w
HRM
:ii- i"
yf a 1 k A i
PRO*BW
sale
of
lots in
ing boon summoned to th© chair four
times during the present sesoion. lie
will be favorably remembered by the
many old soldiers from his state for hie
untiring efforts in behalf of the equalisa
tion of bounties and pensions to till hon
orably discharged soldiers. The senator
has also askud for and doubtless will re
ceive a iittend ap}»ropriation for irriga*
tion purpt^aea. This is something which
every patriotic American citizen should
favor, as it will rorfaim and make a veri
table garden of what ia now known in
th* «Mt as tlm "great arid n^bo."
towxhiiii'
Amwmom..
tt»r M»et for tht I'ar^uw «,f Ai
K**kbU V»lue« an Live Mock,
The township ammmrn of Lake coun
ty met at the auditor's oflice in Madison
yesterday, for tho purpose of placing
assessable values on livestock. Present,
Henry Ddly of Chester, YVm. liar ret of
Franklin, John Karrer of Clarno, W.
Packard ot Went worth, A. Archer of
Lakeriow, Q. F. (iraft of Rutland, Dan
O'Conwell of Farmiogton, P, F. Knight
of Concord, 0. H. Eggebraaten erf Bum
mit, Jimeph Beueh of Badua, H. A. Da
vis of Wayne.
A»KA K. lil^ltBBKAfflDk
Preutont. Waupaoa Cx». wis.
—:—(x() to——
oicGaliister Bros.
Hardware Store and exumttio
The New Process
Vapor Stove
tl
A WOTS iKi»
^PERFECTK)
!f.
A tu line of Heavy a.id Shelf
Hardware and Build,
ers' Materials
apuo to prsaidsovw that body, ha b$v-'ari'ii Shop oo«»acUoB with «tore,' |^d Oame in
8X3isf
i
c. rwTtn
ZUMH
ga
frtimm
the Addition, which are to b© sold at $100.00
menta For plan and particulars, inquire of J.
a
MIf
tbi« »tipp«r kol(t»o«t
I'll wear you oat if
ever let
out
mo c-atcb
A. OLMORE,
THE POITLAR
Furniture Dealer!
4 1
OCK NKW STOCK OK
Parlor
Suits and
XII BKATT AJTD §OMM
Hardware!
Garland Cooking
and Heating Stoves,
Gliddesi Barb W ire. Iron Pampa,
B|Mrting Goods, 9m,
SCOTT & SHERIDAN,
REAL ESTATE,
Buaine®8 Pitfp€ft.
Eesicience Property,
Block Property*
Acre
CSNTBK
orurn
«K
TOO
you
klBS
mnrii,lnz
,hfcl*EAr«a»*ntt'«^oredkjr
John IlltSS
Jobii HUM!
•Til uc*«rr *mike »»y
osber» If yoi'll l«t 0|» on
w«tbl« Uttie, ma, for I
know t*.*t bo wake* tho
i
\\J
JOHN HUSS,
reC *m& l««krlo
E
-AHO-
SJiOKEUS' ARTICLES,
Nothing but the best grades of
used. FMtataction guaranteed.
MADISON, SOUTH DAK0H*.
£lxoaxt
LIINE
OF
Parasols.
D&E8S
Teiwvixgs
CWTII. YOt*
cak't kkst
Fancy
Cluiiru
Ih ust fine yiu ought to see them. The
pritOh my How cheap that is what
selk these (nxxls!
KUNBERT
Property.
flTW# kftw also aowe twry ehoice bar
In Farm Lands.
Money to foar Lou fiatm of Intere#.
rriiKET. MADWOS,
w.
DAK.
N. ROCHE,
City Mea! Market.
K«op# omsujulj: ou b«ud lite choicool
F^h and Cured Meate, Ftebj Fowl
-TTS-v--.- ,r .-"-v 'O
:'7n
CD3SEM
SeiS
32 23
Lf.rf i LULU
OBIGlNAr ^T
Lots in Morningside Addition has commenced. There are
'JMMWBI
Gitizeqs
Km| Xfltitml
,&-MA
jBEA^DtlASirg 1 LXKK
tfrmH
E If
Him
m*h$
FSAMKLIN
MADISON
Hare all these goods, and they are
open for inspection, and we will
guarantee you cannot get
it finer asaortiiitfttt
anywhere.
&
•d
a
s
A C»WP!.KTK
UN K or
Oe
n s
FLAANNKI.
OVEltSHlKTS.
flouflcings
IN
THE CITY.
o
Iitdioi' Ten nia Flannel
Blouse Waists,
CLARK & McKINNON,
Csiitttl
w.r.mim, M. #tA.mW,CMilsr
I r«* lit
Farm l^nds, city Lata
AUHTUACTS
of Jm*lm Gmmty
oe..
M. J. McciLymr & m.
Now that wo hav« got domi k exclusive lises we are better eii»
to please the trade. Tho t,ons«K|ueiie« is the jx'oplt* that visit our
store can most always tiiul what tlu'v want. We mako the prioeB to
suit the times. EveryIkmIj knows that clowe pricoa arc an objw t, aiul
wo are now in condition to givo low priwn, for wt« dtm't trust our
gixwls
out in thouhoimIm as we dul have to do, ami
our »tor aak to see the National School Shoo.
$50,000. Surplus tlG,0jU®.
MADISON DAKOTA
A General Banking Bositim Transacted.
Will romtt money to any part of the Old World, aad ssJl
principal Kuropaaa ports oo any of tiae leading liuea
sad and sold.
Ckdlectioaa
tXJEHESPON DKN'lb
jMi^aehalta Satioaskl fiaakg SMUI Pa^lii
T'.y
SOUTH DAKOTA
Complimom« of
SMITH & TROW
Madias, SeatbDateto.
CMoa ohmaoo
each, regardless of improve-
A. TROW, Madison,
sixty
S. D.
iw
run a grocery stock in connection with their other ^hkIb. Half our
store ia now devoted to tin extensive line of drv g°oas, and the other
half is filial up brim full of boota and shoea. \Ve have lote of ahoea,
and we well lots of ahoes every day. Oar National School Shoe, man
ufactured expressly for our trade, is the beet yoa «?ei
M. 1. McGT™ & CO.
CLARK & McKINNON
all have to do who
mv,
When ia
Sun
Umhhellab
IN OK|LAT
Va
s.
8
k i i y
I
THE MO1ST
COMPLETE
ivr OP
AX Kl.KOA.VT
%MVK OW
ItelCH
Batken*.
•d
a
3.
a,
OQ
t*
WHITE
Latliea' Fiweh FNmml
Blouae Waists.
LACES! LACES!
This* department alone exhibit* the
newest things in Trimming Lu-ea, laae
artich^ in Neckwear, Collarettes, ete
at extremely low prices.
A floMri.rrr.
IOxe or
La
i u k s
Gal
UK
V
F~TS.
tickela
ia aad
of
stasiaboate
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