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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, June 13, 1890, Image 2

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TELE DAILY LEADER.
MAOlHO.V t"Tll DAKOTA.
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Claims M^gregatiog (T6,0U0 have been
JM with the a^TBtary of the joint com
liiaaiari of the Dakotaa t? atljust claims,
atw neaaion at Bioux Fall* J%ui
tfgnMUeri
tuncm* than waa wnJwrijiiUwi
tba imihi- ii i
Four great fohmiw of teattmony
liken by the anient cxmitaiUae on irriga
tton were stack^l upon each aenabor'a
dfcak. The teaUmony inclule« every
thing aaid «m the aubject ia the Iako
tea, Nebraaka, Waahingtcm, Q*qjm and
the 1
Cocky mountain atatea
Bepraaentative GifTori from tkaa to
Ume pnahes out a buuth lakota bill
4kat, haa been tied up in wmnutUvn
#.mng hia aicknesa Nearly nil the
femth Dakota bilk are now on the cal
«Ddar, and Mr. (iifford expacta to paw
WIMA favorable opportaiitgr ar
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
^pmpany haa sent to eaoh employe a
dreuiar note that the company
«tU aot under any circumataooee eoi
j^ky rne» who are tn the iiabit of lie
%M»intf intoxioatecl. All employee knowiv
J|t frequent cirmkmg plaoaa are warned
t( UarnMitinu»» th*» praotiaa or •^tiS tibMi
Madiaon ia IdHoger to be reguM a
%«fHt«rtal hamlet" Tb*» ©xoeBent
•niut«*r in which tha Maaontc grand
IfrUgv waa handled in Madiaon thi«v weak
fti a an re indication that MaduKAt a
«tty of the firat ciaaa The geuiit^tnen
Who Tiaited the city for tba purpoae of
tfttanding the grand l«)dg« are the toad.
iftg oitiaeM and buaineaa mm of tbe
olttaa in which thay reaidla. Proas the
fcmr they arrived in Madiaon until they
§fparU*l, they were priw-tioally, not
tl»eoreUoally, "in the hands of their
frienda" and tliey fully appreciated the
•act. To use their own words, "we have
%asa del initially entertained through
•ut" Mwljsoo'a facilities for entartain
|»g atrangwa are not erf the second class
•Tder The city poaeaaea fln^-claaa
a room.v oj*era houae, and ia sur
*uoded by pienaant drives. The motor
Hn« to Lake Madiamt and the beautiful
•imnter hotel at Moreua Beach, sur
iluoded by shail^ gr i-t», are among the
attractions tha eity offers to viaiton.
llie lappk of Madiaon this weak
4hHnonatratei the fact that they are
generous ami hospitable to a high da
gTee. Their ikotnn» were thrown open to
#»e visitors, rt^fttrlle«s of society formal
Hies, *md everybody wa* made to feel
perfwrtly at The recent gatlier
IN be of Lasting benefit to tha city
a social point of mw, and tha ays
4Nnatic manaar in which the affair waa
fcattdied throughout by oar citiasas wilt
%e an important taetor in aat uring to
future ntete gttth«rin|p.
''J* IMi^rk lUitar Hstffc ....
Kfieartteh Mail The permanent lo-
ftion
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of the uapital of Houtli lah»U
now
being freely diacuiHMHi by lha
,g»m#p»§ier*» tin- m-v»rui kMtaHtiw of
fast, present and future candidate to
fl|« capital pctae. It is wndemtoml that
Pall* by no maiuif HIIXKIUS to
urte. ler Misotber |lUt».Ui)U ui the vain
id m&wmg the capital. WlMar-
-•jf wmw*
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TO A»»V'-.Krl*fcH!*-
fm Ikii liBAtiKi ffl I a*els#«
kn«kl2 ,ti.».i "trwni"* th«* *lv 11»_
iih) r*-***vre*** «f lb« cU» of ijdlt'Mi
Z. »«.U lar*'. to th«
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T|( nuhilMHI lf l#ltOtr» Will Bf4 Si
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kaw on Wfdnr«4i). VH* )Kth «l».v of
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K»r tr«MBrfr
K»r mIHor
Kim «unrn«r gseatal
for
F.,r r«moii»#«ioer «f »chool» »a4 p«MK IMMW
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Madmmi»aii n^'ht
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Br on)«r th# tmmrntm* JM*4 at AbwAMD
Msr 9, \m
fc-'HA Kt.K^ A Mi-COY.t
Wiuu* B. 8T*IU !"••. iUx-rti*ry
Madison'* pript*e«l Fourth 40 $0ij
•elebratkm will lie th« iMtst.
The ritiz*oa of Matluson tlioroughly
•nd«r*taiul the art of ontertainiag.
A Varmillion correspomient mj* Clay
aounty will probably be carried by the
iadepemtants.
Madiaon' aumrnei resort facilitiaa ra
"•Nved many oomplira—1 from the
flatting Maaona.
Tl» Black Hilb tl«l©»?at«8 referred to
Madiaon aa "the n®mmt appearing ton
bad ?iait«*i in the cow ootmttaa."
town and Aijerdwn have b«t faint hopaa
of atiooaaa. Cham Liarlain and Mitchall
are practicnlly out of the ram. and this
le,tvee the great oonteat UJ be fought to
a tiniah betwoen Pierre and Huron.
Tlw wnteat lietween t^aae two will be
anvthiug but an «H^U*1 ooe. Huron, ba
siilee lieini not *«ntr»lly lo*at4Hl will
linvc the local )ealou«i«* of many nwigh
l«»rin« towna to contend with, and thia
muKt of n»H**aity o|»«»rHU« largely U cur
tail her voU«. On the other hand, Berre,
leing in the exact geoyi'aphH-al ci»nter
of the state, will have the strong jxnnt
all in her favor. I* jealouaiee
1^'tunHt Huron will prompt her near
lit'ighliora to aupport Pierre rnthsr ^thau
aee Huron carry off the prise. Then
again, Pierre cannot fail to oommanil
th« unitetJ »upf*)rt of all the country
west of the Missouri rivar, iDoludiog tha
jilack HIIIN. which will practically ba a
Unit for l*ierre.
rLOSSlE'S^TRHMl'H.
Fl«asia Carrinfton W*»#M4V lo eij
because mamma had heard of licr lov#
affHir with .Sidney Welsh and waa go
ing to take hor away from Newjiort oa
the morrow. Mr. Carrington ba«i not
been ntrong enough to oppose hit
wire's wishes hat when he rame upon
his child looking a© tearful they had a
long talk together, J.t ended by Hos*«se
running off. b«r CMS W«MFTHAD with
•mi lea.
A tall, han«!aome raaC of O**
thereabout wa^ sitting on tha bad ip
his shirt sleeves reading an open let
ter. Yariout. preparations on all
•ides ahovod that the business of
packing had beea going 9P
•Mr. ('arrlngton
The tone was one Of uttMT IHIW
BMt
Yaa, 8UMf,N WM iba reply—and
the little man spolre with1 nets
There was ft loving parting under
the balcony, whence Mowne trip|K»d out
lightly in answer to her iutmr's call.
Mrs. Carringtop was tin good a# her
word. The next morning the family
loft Newport for New York, to remain
a few dmy» previous to starting for
Saratoga to fl&Uh the summer aca
tiod. There was no m«otion made of
ount R»«1, but Mrs. arrtogtoo k*4
amvrtalned tbat the di*tlngtiishe4
foreigner was also to make a sojourn
at Saratoga..
Flossie was meekly obedient to ail
her mother's command"#. It might
IUHAC giv«rri that lady some mirprlse
had she kao*R the business that took
Mr. tarnngtoa to hi* office In those
four 4ays spent tn New York. There
were two great trunks and a
one In the center of that office floor,
and every day bundles came from dry
goods store#, jewellers atores. shoe
stores—all kind of stores capable of
aiding In the preperation for a trous
mmi Flowte'i bright, face was often
bending «v«r theM trunks, though her
visitb were hunruNj and ended with
rat her tearfal—braees oi 'llo(K. dear
papa-**
Wednesday afternoon was dosing
into the evening when Mrs. Carring
ton, seated in the library of the New
York marndon the called home, heard
her husband coming aocoaa the en
trance
"JolMif' she cried, and he came
into the hmmq. bis figure uaaeualiy
erect, although there wa* as esprea
aion of »adnes« in hi« eye.
•John.*' hif wile said, "do you tcaaw
if young Welsh sailed this afternoon,
aa he intended
••I know thai he did.'''
"Thank goodness! Kow that that
nonsense is over I hope Flosaie will ba°
h*«« iike a sensible girl P'
•F1OI*S4« Ah, yes. I Intended to tell
you, my dear, that Mr*. Sidney Welab
went to Liverpool with her husband
this afternoon."
••Mrs Sidney Welshr
••Florence Carrington WaMb-*
"Elopedgasped Mrs. Carrington
•Oh no, my dear, there was no
elopement The young couple were
married in church at noon, and the
bride was given awav by her father."
••John— you—let her marry that
pauper*"
Yoy ran scarcely call him a pauper
now, my dear as his wife ha* flOo.OOO
deposited in her own name in bank to
day
"John Carrington. you are an abso
lute idiot!" waa tha wrathful answer.
•1 think not, Maria. I think not. 1
know that ('ount Ron is is a gambler,
and a man unworthy of any woman's
love know Sidney Woish to have
been a good son to a widowed mother
while she lived, a faithful cierk in the
store where be was employed an up
right, honorable man. In every position
he haa ever filled. The young couple
will take a little trio to 1'u.ri* and
Ital). after Sidney has transacted his
Liverpool business, and 1 think on
their return there wils probably he a
new merchant's office opened in New
York, that of Sidney Welsh & Co.,
with Jobs Cairiagtoa Cora silent part
ner.
1 wash my haads erf DM whole die
graceful business," arid the irate Mrs.
('arrington.
•Oh. come now Maria, don't talk in
that wav." wa* the good naturod an
swer. 'hri-aimi.-.44M+ IUMMS awk.
Tt^mkr?^w W£
Wi:
Ion, "l
see you are reading a letter."
From Mn arrington Was tiM
reply ••You have probably come to
impress it more fully upon me that I
am a presumptuous toot to love
Klo»jue.M
No/' vary quietly, hot with aa
emphaaUs equal to Mrs Carrington'a
best efforts "For I love Flossie, too.
and before she shall marry Lount
Ko»is 1 will shoot him! There, you
need not pop your eyoa out of your
head. Stdaap, I Mi art iaaane,
but—n
And thm Shiner'* eyes still
wider as Mr. Carrington prt ee4«d to
lay before him oeitain propowitionn,
•How can I ever repay youP" be
gasfed at length.
••By guarding Flossie's happiness,"
waa tlie reply in a grave voice. "Kow
come with me and say farewell."
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DRIM
A OMINKII
A writer Sn 1 he North China Herald
descrbe« the drew worn by a hinese
lady at her wedding, of which he wan
a witness, tollowa. "At length we
were admitted to inspect the bride,
whose four hours* toilet
Ke* tit* as«M,
hlo tbe store ot a Boston
one day recently there came a man in
dress of a working man who was evi
dently at oaaa not
over gifted with brilliancy intel
lect.
He made up to oae of the clerks,
and with an air of hesitation, as if
doubtful whether he had come to the
right place, asked in brokea English
for some •-overalls."
"Those you will find at the cloth
ing etore just down the street," the
clerk aald.
The customer looked puzzled.
••I did gone there,'1 he said, *nHtd
did request them for envelopes, aad
here i» it thai they #e«d me."
The clerk was quick enough to eee
where the trouble lay, and good,
natured enough to explain to the for
eigner the difference between en
velopes for letters and envelopes for
the legs of laborers, and thu man went
back to the clothing store wber^
doubt, he found what he wanted.
4j»ythta« Mat licbtata#,
Iflsfor &kee*ud«a, pifht W*tdMMUI
for the Norwich 4 Worcester railroad,
in Norwich, h*d a wonderful New
found land dog whioh followed him
faithfully on hi* lonely beat
without missing a night for seven
teen years until last Wednesday, when:
the old dog died according to the New
York £uu. Jack" wait afraid of
nothing on earth save lightning, and
he was in mortal terror of that Five
years ago, at the height of a thunder
and lightning storm, helled as if mad
from town, boarded a northward
bound train, crept under a seat and
did not emerge until the sky had clear
ed. when hf hopped off the cars at
Jewett City. hW W» go up and
get Jack, and reason with" him ^nd
coax him in order to induce him to re
turn, for the poor dog had got the no
tion into hi# noddle that thunder and
lightning were indigenous to Norwich
alone, and that U he abided w Jewett!
ity he could avoid tfe# »la» whaaging
a«r|^i terrors.
—AanfletmppauUog
vjrirW
**1*
just *om-
pletod and a marvelous spectacle
truly was thy figure, seated motionless
in the center of the room. Gorgeous
ly elaborate was hor array from head
to foot, the former crowned with a
helmet-like erection o! a material re
sembling turquoise enamel wrought
into the finest filagree work, from
which projected glittering artificial
beetles and butterAie* and other
quaint nch ornaments, the whole *ur
rounded by three large round tufU of
crimson silk, arranged tiara wiso
From the brim of this headgear fell all
around string* of pearl and ruby beads
about half a yard in length. Just
visible through these at the back were
broad loop* of jet-black hair, stiff and
solid a# polished ebony and decorated
with artificial pink rose* Her prin
cipal vestment was a long tunic, whose
foundation fabric of crimson satin was
acarcelv discernible amid its embroid
ery of old, a corner turned back, lined
with emerald satin, revealed an under
skirt paneled in brilliant red and blue
siik. this also profusely trimmed with
gold embroidery. A belt of gcarlet
satin, atudded with tablets of white
cai%eliaa. crowed the waist behind.
From the front edga of headdress
a rod siik veil fell almost to tha
ground, adding Much 10 bi
human aapect"
^ua|t WW
in the nursery, aad astonished
father, with hUs hair on end, ran to
see what was the matter. He opened
the door und looked In. Willie was
sitting astride his drtua. «irking it
with both feet. Johnny was tws»tmg
£he cat's tail aad bringing forth bowls
of dire agony Tommy was whis&ag
a rattle, Bobby .suppjyj^rd, a aaigh
bor's boy was s»t*ertatBldiny |kh|
between two vociferous d*»» Marry
Plugmore, another visitor, was Jumj
ing up and down on an empty barrel,
half a dozen other casual youngsters
were pounding tin pans aud all were
yelling to the tops of their voice®.
'•What is tha meaning of this ua
earthly racket?" demanded the totter,
as soon as he ccuid make himself heard
above the din.
"We're playing Chicago Board of
Trade." replied Willie. "Fallen, let
'er go once morel''
And pandemoahui
a**1?
"*k gehtl eman from ITaml'tOfi tlonhty,
Texas, relates the te» rile fate of
three stranger* near Hamilton. Dur
ing a cyclone a man and woman seat
ed In a two-horse wagon were going
along the Hamilton and Goldthwaite
road in the direction of GoldthwaiU*
following them wm a man on IIOI IM.
hack aad a loose horse.
A
number of
eye-witnesses, whose veracity can not
be doubted, say they saw th© cyclone
strike the parties and saw them car
ried high in the air, where they were
swallowed up by the dark oloud and
were not seen again. The man on
horseback was still sitting on his
horse when last seen. The woman_
was taken from the wagon and waa'
plainly seen In the air higher than the
tops of th® trees. On# of the eye
woaeasos was a lad#, also flinltfl
the awful sight.
SittMl tfm
Farmer Baker of Fine Gold, F.
comity. Cai.f lost a fine horse recently.
He had an autopsy held, which shower!
that death was "aimed by a large cat-'
lab ia tbe boree's tbfoai 'l.'X
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A VOMKMTOU* MATTSK
of a LMtf&eet Ma* et «ef*
Vata%
Very smalt matters continue to
aaaaee m? amiable friends, the
tags the New York Star. It i» -il
Maown that the dandies of any a£ Jjr
whatever name they may havo «Jil
called, attached the greatest
tanoe and lute rest to the most minute
matters of drew. This of course ap
plies also to their modern representa
tives tn our midst The rediscovery
i of the art of tying a long four in-hand
scarf Into a flat necktie instead of in
the customary sailor knot, is at prefe
ent the matter which absorbs the at*
tention of these young gentlemen. Of
s course the art is not a new one. The
ordinary flat scarf is only about v?0
i years old, and was itself a convenient
imitation ef a method of tying a wide
cravat so as to display eoarf-plns to
I advantage. But the art of tying a
i cravat in his way has been loet for
many years, only to be now revive*!
i again. For a time a few who have
recently returned from the other aide
of the ocean held a monopoly of the
method of effecting this, and were held
in great consideration from their
ability to impart the knowledge. Bu|
as furnishing-goods houses are pub*
lishing diagrams showing how It cai|
be done 1 presume It will becomepub»
lie property and the gilded youth will
have to soak for
MOM
interest
BAMEINC. t'OLLKmeiSS. Kt«
y— a -••riKt.w.- ~~SL
p. 0. Vim, W. A. UcffAW, jlsairs
FIRST
NATIONAL BANK.
CipM ni SvykBf
A 0PTT?AL
BANKING
IWiNfa mmd koGhmnfe Bmifkl
m»d M4. Cct/frllMM s
OT"A eawpiftent clle«U»r connUaUr *«pk«y«d
to sttcea to e0li«cii«»B« io nurnonodtnjr coanlrr
C0KKKI«r0f»I)KXTB:
Clissslsst llatloasl Bask, New Yssft. Hsst Va
Uansl B»»k, Cbics^o-, Stom rsns watteasl
Baak. SSoas falls. 8o«ib Dakota.
-n—stae-w—
DOTS' 1 MEDICINES
fmt9UTmE*%
Plash Goods, Albums, Fine Toilet feoape
Brushes, Combs, Toys, Fancy Good",
iPaints. Oils, VsrnUkcs, CftlsomiM,
Wall Paper and s full line (4
Patt ri! Me«hcines.
CHOICE PERFUMERIES
Prescriptions carefully compounded day
or atcfat
BO AH aVBBUg, MAD I HON. DA*
*"^W* ,\, g:K
other abjMt o#
DeaMtag tkc Paaa
print* a alefy
have ^een related by tha Hon J, M.
Langs ton who was formerly Minister
to Hayti, and who witnessed the incU
^ent iu the streets of rort-au-l'rlnco,
Ao old iiegrf? who was vainly en
deavoring to drag a balky mule by his
halter suddenly stepped up to a doctor
IT ho stood outside his office, and offered
him a silver piastre if he could put a
UUle life into hia contrary beast.
The doctor went into his office, and
returned with his medicine case. Ha
selected a small syriage, filled It with
morphia, and jabbed the needle into
the animal's *idu.
The astonished creature reared on
his hind lags, aud then, with a tre
mendous bray started down the road
at a breakneck speed
old d&rkcjf looked first at the
doctor and dieappeariag
mule.
'Say, boss,n he suddenly exclaimed,
••bow much was da£ stuff wuf you jiWl
put in dat muleT'
-•Oh about ten ceata," teagblagly
answered the doctor
"Well, bo#t», yo' kin jlst fire twenty
oente' wuf right into me. Here am do
cash- Tsc got to ketch dat ar mule."
M1
v,-: #i'
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every
w. r.
Makes a
BU8T-
OTA
FISMITISTK
A. B. OLMORB,
4 1HB IWOT^S
1
Furaiiure Healer!
JIKW STOCK OJT
Parlor Salts and Fancy
1'hsirs
'•-rWX
tU-= r.'nj .ui|ht to aar'tKietn.
pTi'v »ii my How cheap that is what
seiis thfittt goudel
specialty of
indW
fWnt Burra.
mill" "v
mi
a H. WD0P,
first
I A. rx-T £3 M:
*jc-
4
Whilo our little city will be throneed with strang*«, to maiQ'
bnniiu^H lively we will for this week only give
shoe purchased in our store with
Gijizeqs j^q|ioi]ql Bqi]l'
Wilt t^wri+ mntrrTt' ^n nirt' vwrrf rvf tha Am
mortgage
municipal, county and school bonds ana other atcuritiec.
in summer time. And faahion, too, ha» decrtt^l that they are
th^ proper caper, don't you know? We have by all odds the
asaorted ptucjl
ot
^leae uda
«K*j«iff?'tek.?
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i ~."' "V'
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?-"*-W rb'.jZ. 'iu
•WW uoens, »o»*nt AID osioaHi. scr.
Special Sale This Week
io
per cent, of? any goods purchase*! in our store. Kow i« your chsim
Now ia your time to catch a discount Our stock of Dry Goods
Motion* never waa so complete.
Our 8hoc department is getting to the fro«t. Take notic
all e»«h buyers
name, *M.*
stamped on the bottom, are work! benters. They art* truly the
ill
th" Don't forget, ten {er cent, off thin week.
M. J. McGTLLIVRAY & 00.
%NHI1U,
'ei4LK«TlIMt,
BIS.
SMITH, Preritart, M.W. DALY, A. TROW, Cash]
ti
McOillivrnj
... .. t't-
i^ipiUI Surplus $16^000.
MADISON DAKCrtA
A General Banking Business Iransactei
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