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DAILY LEADER.
MADISON, SUt'TU I»AK-. '.
v\ i)If BVTE".'. JUNE H, 1SKX
L««al Tia»« Tuteir.
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Depart
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fretftrt ffotnr «M*' W*p«rt»
tlttt. H.
8:37 r. m.
#:**. M.
I Arriv**
*:&0 p.
i ArrirM. ... Ktt •.
-|t«r trata coin scant dmIm c«mn«rtioa»
"for all point* »o«tb. *b«1 ng*rtntla
m(, w.Mnrnck'( frnil point* nirtb,
UMidW
»g»w|r®ti»ffmmtk....
r.m.
•(nrirrl^of w» Ifte Mrtll 11:4k »,
THE CITY,
ranWXAL ITSX*.
ill Hutchinson arrived to^lajr.
lea Byrnes and wile were pum
by the incoming train from the
n Fixter, who has btm the guest
hn Maloj of Orland township, de
1 todajr tor hie bow to Ottawa,
iM Flossie Daiewanowaki of Woon
et, neioe of the Mesars. McCalliater,
ed to-day, and in the final of Mr,
Mr*. R. C. MeOalliaur.
Ohaa. B. Kenned and children
rted to-day tor Maine where they
remain during the lumowr Mr.
y aoootnpaniad them as tar as
ui,
is* KaUOwpp arrived to-day from
rket and is tti«%
grxe#t
of Prof.
Mm W H. Dempster. Mtaa Oupp
ike part in the Little Tycoon as
t, to l» preaeoted at the opera
in this city next Tueaday evening.
Et Rav. Bishop Marty of Siou*
arrived thia afternoon. Hie
is for the purpose erf dedicating, to
w. the ohuroh at Badus, and of ad
tering the sacrament
at
oontirma.
Tbe Bishop will return to Madi
»-morrow afternoon, and wtfi de
lecture at Ht Thomas church in
vtnuug after vespers. Monday the
will administer cooflnnation at
hun-h at a, m.
tntrntrnem-pher lcw)«
Hondav. June IB, at $ aMenh.
icture of the nonoal ediool and
rv, for t»e uur|**fe «f advertis
i* city &« ina»y as
U of the and stildenta
(ireeent
WAU lUKVITIf*
o morrow.
ate tht Fouttli to MiiTi—
has been n busy day ia Madison
ball in Madison on the Fourth.
•100.
State N«nual wtosl pfaatfl party
Lake ICadtoM fay «h» CMtor
i Oai»e and f(t«iiy have owcupiwl
new home the northwest part uf
ty
nenbar the litUs
Tycoon
Hrm erf MeOiUhnwy A Lewie have
a sUx k of dry fouls to be
their Ramon* stem.
on the foundation of the new
U ohuroh in pmyreqpin^ rapidly
pi—
of Cbnteaotor
ajjpropriation of $150 haa been
for the fireworks diplay to be
n Madtooa on the awtntof of
trth.
Madwm firemen, twenty-eight in
uniler the command erf D.
wiU depart neat Tuesday for
to take part in the state touroa
rueya Marray k l^rter have ae
penmo for Fred BtooeAekl
hack to February 1,A part
tune is on a basis of (4 jier month
^rt 18 per month.
will b« sefYf* tfc
Suniay school
servioa. Rev.
bold aarfloa at
row at 10:710 a. BOu
in. No evening
(Jleveland will
•rtli at 8 p. m.
tiHoaket dw}ateh, 1^: At 6JO to
tl us section was visited by a moat
Ote hail storm Borne of the
is were as large as a man's hand,
i,e lees in Sixe than waluuts.
damage to grain ia anticipated,
programme lor the races to be
Madison July Fourth have been
ted, ami a printed pnigrarame for
efltof horsemen will be issued
it A Daily Lbadjcb office Monday.
fftf rill aggregate about §8i0.
sunt will be sufficieot to attract
«P hor^je.
Jrand View boHi «l Mawna
Uake Madison, win t»e formally
fith a ball W«*lneeday evening.
The dancing h*ll
tel ia by 54 feet. Refresh
ill be served, and guest* from
will be provided wi^b sleeping
tiMiatkrui. Floor nuiungers, H.
ul, Joh« Otiqr, Frank Sarfth,
Hltea.
'aii.y Lkvdks baa completed ar'
ots whereby It will make ft
ty of all kinds of job printing.
aork will be doae prtunptly.
W BagSey, wet! knowto the
ntMA of Mtidtrm aa osa ill |ka
must artistic job printers in the statf,
will have pergonal charge of tbe job
departiueut, and will make
Grammar
of
titc iraud
it
specialty
of this lim of work. Twr. Daiky Ijkai
r.b respecefully solicits job printing from
the business men of Madison, and will
gunrantee satisfaction in lx»th stock and
workmanship.
Buy your drag* and
Owing to the fact that we have
crowded with eaab cuatomera all thia
I week, we will cont mu«* our 10 per cent,
discount ono more week. Head our ad-
VtirtiStttiieot. J. M^vr-xy A (Jo
IfaHaa la hereby given that lh»
liarttierNhip heretofore existing under
the Hrm name of Johnson, Olson A Co,,
m.ii engagwl in the business of retell
^lesier# gencrul merchandise, in the
City
of Madison, Houth lakoU. has thin
day dissolved and terminated by
the withdrawal of Martin Olson from
said oo-partnership. All parties con
cerned wiili act accordingly.
MA KT! OuMMf.
Mmlison, 8. D. June 0, 189(i
#HB i-er
Tlie C'ewantiteeM Kagngrd
CwraiBltiiig a PrAframMr Hadi
hm'n t'elebratira Will Be Ike Seel.
Tbe committee* it charge of the ar
rangements for the Fourth of July cele
bration to be held in Madmen (u**mhltxl
at the city hall last evening, and after a
session lasting several hours adjourned
to meet at Scott k Bberidan's oftiee this
morning. After an hour's deliberations
the meeting adjourned to meet at 4
o'clock this afternoon at the same (Uaoe,
and the aeesion is now in progress. An
additional committee on general arrange
men to has leen added to the manage
ment. consisting of John G. Oallinan.
chairmau, Frank Hmith, W I). Hheehan,
Dr. 8. Jenks, K. W. Ketcham. W. I).
Bheehun haa been elected permanent
secretary and J. J. Fitzgerald perma
nent treasurer. Also a committee on
Hreworks consisting of Frank Hmith, W.
II. Jcmee, F. D. Fitta.
The committees are engaged formu
lating a programme of exercisea which
will le completed and *ead for publioa
Monday.
The amusmentM under diticussion arc
races with pusree aggregatuig
Foot races, potato raosa, etc. Bene ball,
purse flOU. A oar of nations Grand
display of fireworks in the evening for
which an appropriation of $1-V» has been
made. Theee are a few of the most im
aortant attractions under discuwtiou.
Tmk Daii.y I^kadkb will publish the full
programme as soin as it i* complet4*d.
In addition the attracUoos to be
offered by the citizeui of Afadisou. the
Lake Madiains Veteran aeaioiatiou en
oampment will be in pvogrees in Madi
eon on the Fourth. It is designed to
hold one of the grandest National cele
brat ions ever held in Houtli Dakota.
Oet ready and aua*e kt adwuii en
joy the aporta,
Try atoeli yeast, at the
ant.
la be
nted at thaopafahoaaa MCtlW
veaing
students of tha State Normal
I are enjoying a picnic at Lake
ion to day.
netnber the J^ake A^adisqn Vet
LMoctatioa s^eampment in Madi
tbe Fourtlr
mi,
4 Nil««»*l
bof% «ad
have a gooi! time.
W. V. Nklsok, Com. la JM» A.
A.. W. HoumiixjR, Adj.
Bepert.
Tbe I(»lkwtng is the report ot the
tendance at the Public School* flor
week ending, June 13, 1090.
the
*r
9
a
I
II
12
96.
IS
wr
•1! IntcmwMtte"
lit n t« raxnlmte... W 1
2d Pri.„ar i 1®1.
let Primary (East 38 1
1st Primary(Wasti 19 2
94."
9ifi
96.5 I
Total .TV"'.7j 10*110
The report loir last week was not
liehed. The Grammar department was
banner room, having the highest stand
ing of an department this year, 99 jer
cent- We rewivml pleasant cjiils from
Prof. W. O. Clough, principal of sch»K»ls
at Egan, and Miseee Htob, Iavis and
Koehicr. Two we«k« more of sohcol.
I^et us keep up our aoamfe attl iM will
soon Ije through.
A Yooku, Prto#paL
ttaiteta C'eeJ.
Oiualia Bee: Frmn t*«U made of coal
discovered in tha ret»ntly opened rsaer
vation lands in Sowth Dakota it is be
tk*ved the state hae secured a ttrat-clase
article of fuel, and in miffieient quanti
tim to supply the home demand. The
Hud ia of incalculable vid^ U* 1
.vwtkm aid ••••mm
Volga 'lVibune, 13: C. Truman
took a trip to Madison Monday to attend
a meeting of the Masonic grand lodge.
Huron Huronite: M. F. Knight and
wife have returned from their visit to
Madjson. .The grand lodge of Ma
sons is in scansion at Mftdkoo, pltag
ed with the quarters.
Flandrau Enterprise, 12: C. D. Pratt
and G. A.' Pcttigrew went io Madisoti
Monday to attend tbe annual meeting
of the grand chapter K. A. M. of South
Dakota. P. W. Carr, P. F. I.aplmm. J.
C. Harry, Tel Kussel, J. F. Goodneli, H.
M. Williamson and Dr. F. A. Spafford
visited Madison this week while the
grand lodge A. F. and A, M. was in see
•ion.
ElkBBtelOmuiar.il: W. M. Yiaaott,
Dr. J, W. ('only and J. W. Ellis are at
Madison attending the eeasion of lhe
Masonic grand lodge .Hon. Geo. H
Hand, Wm. Blatt and Henry Grebe, aU
prominent Yankton citizens, {taasetV
through town this morning on their wn
to Malieon, this state, to attend the w*
aic«i of the grand Masonic lodge.
Howard Prese. 13: A. Cameron waa
up from Madinou Tuesday taking politics
etc., with Howardites.... .The Milwau
kee company sent a special tip from Madi
son Monday evening to get a company
of Masonic brethem who bad come in
over tlie Northwestern.... .Grand lodge
A. F. ami A. M. held its annual seseion
at Mttdison this week. Several members
of tlie llowrad oldge attended.
Dell Bapids Times, 13: Miss Eugenie
Parker went to Madison Monday to visit
her friend Mis* Walters..... A. C. Folsoui
went to Madison Tuewlay to visit the A.
F. A A. M. grand lodge, returning yes
terday K. Itegnolds* family went oat
to his brother's place northwest of town
Huuday, and Mr. Keg
no Ids followed them
Tuesday night From there they ex
pec ted to go to Madison and take the
train to Lanesboro,Minn.,where they will
make a short stny and then go to Zuixi
brota, where Mr. Ktjgnulik will cugu^e
in the drug bueinaaa.
Balem Hpecial,
Star Nfltaur-
NK MOLDIKBM,
%mt«al fafMspsuiH a#' tke
Ukr WutlMB Veterasi Aeeeeiatteas,
Jai ». 4 an# S.
The fourt ii auMuaiaaeampmrnt of the
Lake Mad won Veteran association will
be held at Madison, July 3, 4 and 5.
Oue fare for round trip on all railroads.
All soldiers and their families and mem
*?«r» of the W. will be fnrniahed
tente free. One hundred tente, tmd a
gratui paviliou capable of seating l,fX3t
people, have been secured for the oc
casion. A grand naval battle on the
take on the eventng of July fib wffi be
one of the features of the eooampment.
The motor line to the lake ia open and
ready to transport paasengen» to and
from the lake. Department CV»tnmander
Langley will be in attendance during
the entire enuampment. Oomrades C.
l*almer, W. V. Lu-.-as and others will
enliven our camptiree. Grand parade
music, baae ball, raoea, naval battle and
fireworks July 4. OoMa
Wm
1 1
Dalbi If fa
accompanied her brother Al, to Madison
yesterday Uncle Johnathan Greg
eon haa returned from his visit to Madi
son and is doing business at the old
stand A. H. Barnhart, Geo. Caliant,
Peck Brown and A. E. Roop drove over
to Madison yesterday to attend the Ma
sonic grand communication. Many more
went to-day and among them the editor,
.... tss Matilda i^recuecreturned Tuee
day |vutn Madison where ehe has been
attending the Normal school, with in
tention of graduating thia month, bat
we are eorry to note she was compelled
to return home on acoount of ill health
Canton Advocate, Thus. Thoreon
left Tueetlay for Madison, where he went
to attend a meeting of the Masonic
grand lodge, B. Jacobs, the Lennox
bunker, was in the city Tuesday on his
way to Madison to at'end a meeting of
the Masonic grand lodge, and while here
favored thia office with a pleasant calL
.L. H. Nelson, of Clayton county,,
Iowa, arrived in the nity Ue tirs| of tlto
weiik, ai^d on 'Fueeday made a oomKaed
business and pleasure trip to Madison.
Mr Nelsnu expects to make Canton hia
boui# and will engage in business here.
Artisian Advocate, 12: Adam Cam
em* returned from Madison Tneeday
afternoon, and reports thai city flourish
ing. The ti, A. K. and WT. C. posts
of Howard, have chartered a special car
to take in the annual encampment of
the Lake Madison- Veteran association
wKli July W. 8. Stuart was at
Madison this week attending the grand
kxl geof A. 1$. and A. M. He represent
ed the craft of Diana Ixxlge No. «t) ...
C. K. Hinds, J. T, Keau, H. Campbell
and 1*\ A. Itemingtou, all of Woonsoeket,
were east bound passengers Monday for
Madison to attend the meeting of the
garni lodge A. and A. M. wllioh 00B*
veneii in that city Monday.
Egan Express: The grand lodge A. F. A
A.M. of South Dakota convened at Madi
*on June 10th. ..H. M. Williamson of the
Flandrau Enterprise went to Madison
Taeeday to attend the grand lodge aaa
aion, A. F. and A. The Italian or*
chestra of Flandreau ment to k'adison
yesterday to fill an engagement at that
place. When you see B. F. Oough or
O. Underwood ask them how many fish
they caught when they were out to the
jLakee fishing. We dont like to give
hem away Mid wouldn't have mid way
thing about it If we had got the mess
they promised us but we will forgive
them this time for our "horned hah"
wouldn't mnke a mees for anyone B.
W. Coult represents Tyrian lodge No
100 A. F. and A. M. at the grand lodge
now in session at Madison. He took his
departure for the lake city Monday....
Miss Florence Wilhama, formerly of
Madison bnt now of Siou* Qitar, traveled
south Tuesday Wm. Tobin, Lake
county's efficieut treasurer, returned
home from the south Motxlay... Mrs.
8. (t. Adams returnei from her Ohu?afo
trip to her home in Madiwon Tueetlay.. ..
C. J. PorU«r, one of Mjulieon's legal
bgiita, returned home Saturday frtrni
hionx Falls Frank H. Drew, aon-in
law of Mr. and Mrf. H. K White, viidted
in Egau Saturday ami Sunday. Mr
Drew wm formerly a resident to Egan
but ta now a resi lent of llighmore, S I).,
where he conducts a hank. He has
been in attendance at the Bankers* aaso
ciRtion at Siou Falls, and durmjj: this
w
«M«k will be in attendance at the annual
mertiug of the grand lodne of Ma»jn«
WVRTK OOBV«MSST &
W. Daly, assignee of tbe American
Mortgage & Investment Gt., of Madison,
and receiver of the defunct Bank of
South Dakota, passed through town
Saturday from Siouv Falls home JUa
Garry and A. CX Crampton of Madison
took breakfast to town one morning hiet
week while cm their way to Ptpeetoaa
.. Chaa B. Kannedy and F. D. Fitte,
Madison lmnk«o«, returned home Satur
day from the meeting of the Bankers
association at Sionx Falls .J. B.
Smart, formerly of this place, but later
of Weotworth, Is now engaged in
Madieon roller mills, with N. B. Smith
& Son. Jim is a man who can be da-,
pended on, is as A. 1 miller aad never
goes begging tor a poaitioii....Jamea
Shaw of Madison returned from Hot
Springs and other South Dakota pointa
FROCW.
A t»esiisr «aHi How Tklek
|u *li« MANKM Nur N«w OtImm.
'-Talking about making money oat
of beer, It's nothing compared with
the possibilities o?f» nnl by the cultl.
vation of frogs,' remarked J. C.
Holmes, a merchant of New Orleans,
to a Milwaukee Sentinel man. *«I
have been a soft of a crank on the
subjec' of frog# all my life and tbe
longer I live the more firmly am 1 con
vinced that there is a fortune store
for the sr.an who will start a big frog
farm and supply the market with the
hind legs of these members of the
family rana. And there i» no place
in the world so fitted by nature for the
establishment of f.-ny farms as the low
lands and marshes adjacent to New
Orleans."
••Are there many of them in the
marshes?"
"I should sa|r there weve. They
swarm in tnyraMt. The pool* can't
hold them all I have seen them sit*
ting around the banks two or three
tiers thick. It is a matter of no in
frequent occurrence for the small
streams running through the marshes
to be crowded up over their natural
bank* by the army of frogs in them.
I recollect onoe 1 wa.« out with a hunt
ing party and we came suddenly upon
a bayou, the banks uf which for a dis
tance of several yards were covered
with
ft
great array of frofjs out sunning
ther,iselves. They took fright at our
approach, and with one iimpluse
dived down int6 the water ka-chunk'
Immediately thefeujwnj the river rose
up and covered the adjoiniftg banks
which a moment be'ore had been high
and dry Another mc a parly friends
of mine were hunting noar the came
place and at night pitched their camp
and west to bed. The frog*, which
are naturally of »n inquisitive turn
of mind took a far -y to invesilgatu
the camp-lire, jHbo bef^ra.morning lhe
entire frog-community was assembled
around the tin and had them com
pletely walled le. When the hunters
awoke they could not move their feet
outside the tent-doors ami eventually
had to get their guns and fire into the
ranks of the frogs for almost an hour be
fore they iW clear a path by which
to get out. Are there any frogs dawn
there?"
Vmr
A tine suite of
Syndicate block Gao
a
DTOS
over my store in
1). W
V INTKH.
H. WOOD,
HELICIHES
Plusk Woods, AltHim*. Fine Toilet boapt^
Brushes, Oontta, Toys, Fancy Goods,
i'sint*.Oils, VnrnlskcH. Cslsomtp^
Wall and s full line of
Patens Metlicmes.
CHOICE PERFUMERIES.
Prescriptlo« carefully compoonded day
or oiibt
•OAS AVCRUK, M.ADIBOH. DAKOTA
•ABDWA1K
GO
TO—-
McCallisler Bros.'
BsrdvueManwdiiniiai
The New Process
Vapor Stove
A WOK DKii
PEHFECTIOX,
AtspfMa Un« of llaavy
Hardware and Build
ers' Materials.^-
l^'Hn Hboi in 'mo«. ti'!U wilh^ore.
€1V1«' OVIMrKK
W. ft.
8JffYTHE,
Civil Engineer! Surveyor
Room U. t^ ntrai Block,
HADiBON, HOUTH IAKJ%,
CAKri.KTBl
IIARI.ES OLATZ,
Contractor and Builder,!
The- Book
It
K,JCi,r !,lEn
-r-
'fA.K.F. A
SPECIALTY WITH US!
"We are carrying, without exception, the lnrg^t stock
in the state, in all tfral*a, from the cheapest to the ink?
ported French Crystal and genuine Scotch Pebble len8ef|
V\ e have eight venre experience in fitting and can aasiuiu
you of satisfaction and good vsius every ohmb. W#
iftr# sole agents for the greatest
Exclusive Importing Opticians
IN THE COUNTRY,
wlio.se accurate and approved methods in fitting we now
inn ploy. on are cordially invited to call ana see the
t*itip}etencRs of our ntrn k.
-OUR WALL PAPER
Utoek, though some what diminished Vy the sale of over
4,()00 rolls already this season, is still the laraest by far,
most attractive in the city. Prices as before—the
*Jowest ever known in the west. Remember too that
our
Ivall ]Mi|»er customers receive a lady's gold watch and $
•liver water service frkk on July 1st. Leave your order#
thia week and next for any paper banging you mni going'
to do this year.
will pay.
CLARK
Dakota Book & Stationery Co,
I.IIHKM RIXK N KMHIIIM.m Ktr
(.K^KK%1. IHKKi.llA!kl)lMi: HAltI»V» All*.
JOHNSON, OLSON KUNDERT &
& CO
Save raowved their New
Spring Stock General
Merchandise.
An aidborate diaplay* si I)R£86
GOODS, including the most fash
ionable fabric*.
A tovnplfte and frefb stock of
GItOCBifjEi In Odd Fellows'
Block.
Mr At KMT A TIC
SCOTT
SHSHIDAN.
REAL ESTATE,
Business Property.
Residence Property,
Bicok Property,
Acre Property.
choice bar
giil« in Farm Labda.
ttnm$ la loan at Low Rate* of
CXNTSB STKXKT, MADISOH. DAK.
L1VKRV
Ward & Vreelacd,
City- Livery,
At HUBBHLL IJli *K IIABN.
im.
ICE
Deliver id to
the city
psrt
ol
/.tL llTCBXLk
Store
Eyeglasses
&McKlNN0N
S"3TiT3DIO^TE SX-OOOBi:.
IN DEEDS. MOT WORDS, WE GLORY!
.... .. A treat U oonnoiwwura Umlerwear ladies' Jer
OUT Umbrellas aad Par-
Fine Kid
,nvo#-
aaota rank foreaaoat vsete- likv to tK*
in the states iiUl nice line in black. R?-(
ary pair warranted, j... .Great Bargain^,*..
The Days of Humbugs are Gone By I
nbl|W IjiHU
y goods have no value. High prices are thvruinati«s «l
any businenH house What lliin nineteenth century
ilomandx i«
n g.'pmre
S traigiit forward
upand-dowu
Honest Business!
With kwe«t prices on tne best griule of gcxnls that can lie built
hy skilled labor. All of which we offer. You are cstdially
vited to inspect whether wishing to buy or not.
*.htrf' s»a wwr
baixlkercbief*, in b€»aU/til i beatuffnf itmr*
Our lint- of l.Ki a
I* very etnUurat'. lid w«
have more coming.
Kiytea. at au estrsortllssrtijr
hi* price.
Mull and Wludror Tie* iu
CTfa! v
,u.rM(i
We bare epseisl 4iiv«s la
Ocbik' udt-rwear and a com
|!et )iu«
ot
Oeni#' Haeka,
at ezceealniiy low figure*.
flTZGERALfi,
iBf
awa JMUVT
AMD
aVUM
Hardware!
Garland Cooking
and Heating Stoves,
Glidden Hath Wire, Iron Pump*,
Sporting Goods,
kt.
rCftNITI IK Rtr.
TIM LANNON.
New and Ekarant Ih^un in
FURNITURE
Fins Bidroos iihI Chaskir Saltift
&ATB8T Dtt8i(iNH Iff PLUSH OOQO0
liaodsome Line ef Baby "arridffsa
Sxpreea Wagoaa.
A^aetlor the Humor Sawing Ifanlilllftii
s4(rlafcla( AI«smIs4
leilrf.
CITY IKAT NAMKKT.
W. N. ROCHE,
City Meat HarksL
Kecpe oa hsa«t itn .nuumi
f^slk and Cured Bleats, Fisk, 7e*i
nn#l Oftirtc in
MOOT* AMI*
GO
XcComick & Hewlett's
f'OK T*K OKUKMIaTSO
a»4Y
wmotwmm
ssosa,

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