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I' ff*v Iff p-w-v* .'\ 1. -ff J5, .'• ppjili' i njn.»p^ j|i jy im i^'IH'W, i WW HijijpNiw w1' •m The Daily Leader. madisos. norm OAMin. |^EDN^l^AJ~lmrjT'NE 18, 188T. k s or I suiwckhtio®. Mil, J*»' mail, i m-"'M Mill. 4 Months 1y, by »W«r, Jxr w« I wo rpr*MmUti\yi ..^tUX) *.•• I.T© TO *rV*»TlHK*SL r«i Tat |Ait v l,it»«K make* a special feat«n «»f |rat*b ag l«h»r»»U-jit conr rri»»p* lh ailvtii aarf reeeerc** tfcr rl* of *«!i»on «r4 l«f|», MiUliinx it t« I lie |MinMM||« "aiwrl**!* ®f «*w» is •Mi Lfi CUli&r'Jgg- for Fmt Urai*(Mkr.i aavri^gb Far ••cretarr 1 atatr, F..r i mtniTr fmt anditof F#f tuerr*» rraeral F*f »«|«riiitpil4Mlt of ftMll IF«f e«nialMiiiarr of »cho»i* IBb IIBM !rh# »e*«ra) nutiiir* will be «»tlU«d to the f«l Iwiof r#pr«»»fnt*f ion baaty iiFlrgHr »n« Con Hi iXlefSte#, Huichioaoft......... 7 Hydp .....4 Jeraald 7 Kmjpbanu .1* Laka ..........14 lAwreace ..... ... Ltocola MrC.H.k ......... M: F'b»?f*«i|........ Marahal! ......... Mrade „... .... Miner ........ Minnchah*......,. McmmI/ ......... l'eun:unU)t....... PotUr ........ Hob«ru ........ Minborn Hptnk HU«H/. ........ Wally... ........... Tur*«r „,...». Walwarth.^*,, Si** ••••1" ru *4 •k ttldl .... .......»*ir( -i tx-il.... *»1 dnund |«m!U) ......... laiMl Mh..«».." Total 1 B? ar*wf »l Ik* t. I) May ». l-*' fHAHI A »oCOT .t|»lfWin. William STMIU.., UwrrUrjr :—I Madiiton ia all right. 4 ii .. .. 4 10 .. I .. ft ..in ..ii 4 Yaakton It Mh Dated at Akofdwa, evening's entertainment at Mm Sfiera house a.- u crodtl to the flit). Edwin Barahfsrt, of Aktenleen, was drowned in t?lm ereek, near Ordway, on Hie lfith insi. The grawi lodge K. P. assembled in Mitchell to-day The city ia said to be ^Mutifully db»coratei for the oooasion. "TheHtate Normal school rommenee M«nt exfrtnaes to lie hekl at the opera kbuse tomorrow give promise of beinu vsoaoalW grand. Tlie ofTli-ial call ha« been tesu&d for thf (J^depeodent state convention to be held llumn Wednesday, July 9 Lake •ouaty will be entitled to six delegates In the emiv«QUo(i. The total member Aiip of tke oonventton will lie 256. Wsahington dtapatch, 10. I4epreeeeta -^ve (iiffoni asys that the sundry crii ^propria!ion bil! tarries with it mooe fllr the support of the soldier*' home st Bot Sprung*. 8. He also -says that Hie appropriations for land surveys, the 4iUi,lK)0 for the Sioux reservation, ia being expend*-*] li.if- (tar A giant buffuh ktlletl tl «|unty about twenty miles from Sturgis Om 4ay last week. The animal was the flrst killed in the Hills country for a ttuaiber of yean a&d will probably be Cfce last, aa the race in fast becoming ex tinct, and but few are now found south «t Uui iiritish proHseeemns. "The old Ind ian chief. Main m-tha fans, Sf .Standing liock, says the dry season in Ike IMkotas has passed. He says that far seven years his trail over the prairie his iMteo in s straight line, and that for ••ven years to eome he will have to dodge the km places, which will be till with water. It is a curious fact thai •ft northers I twit an tribee axe firm be lievars Ma the seven year cycle of ^bovgiit and Moisture. GSBFmmmmmSSS£SUHIKt 'Washington diepntch, 16: Bepresen t||tive Butterworth to-tlay preeentwl a Hsolution provuhng for a meeting of the h®uae July 4 and for the setting apart of the day to the celebration by am table nasretee, of the adoption and prouiu i*r» Mhn of the le deration of lndep«iiieJi ftl kisi provuies for the preeenoe and par fenpatkm of sanatora, and for an in vita ilnn to the srxnety of the "Sons of the American Uevolutian" to be preaent. ^Pierre Free l^ree#, 14 tlieven indict 4HhN3ts have beet* returned by the grand liry in Clark county againat money ftaaaars for usury. Both the ttanks in Hm» eity iI Clark are included in the list, tlie Broth strbeod of Pur pone, the recent Vtgaisisatieci headed by eome of the tinder* of the farmers' alliance, is said to %M' responsible for the pro«t«ctitiona, and JpToutMMw to make t! interesting for all «»urer« tbeatats. The Clark txmcty IndtctsMota are only the beginning of tfe»- w«rk. It WertiML dispatcli. Hi The pfvktM- -Hon law is one thing and its practical Working another. The hrst case in thin Hunty nntkr ita provieion* came up JPriday. An hoocet, industrious, re l|»cteabie farmer came to town and was arrested chargmi with leing intoxicated, fil* w itness** sworn he was in that con and nine that he wm not. There Urns a great difference of opinion as to gfjltat constitutes intoxication or drunk s uni«r the law. Pueeibly the at t»rney for the prosecution might have idNioed «r explained, out he waived his light to open the mni no arguuieot mss bad. The farmer was diecharged Mid the "eramp^e" intended by the pro Mbttioot»t« onl) nwuited cueta to the antlttty, Whaoh W.ui»t. tje j.^td bv the just *y, f? "rx- nr.vr.vrva day advkxtintia. A&4rv*~ ob I'ilBfrtlM by 1'. t. fctwfci Thr CaalVrraf* »!lf»SE«", I II" The enm| toeetiog wn« formally op^n nl last ovotiin^ wiUi an nddreM on Wi llful J. F. ST AII I., Proprietor. RriiabllfM Matr aavfallM. TS# r«*atn«wa of Honih Dakota will la ^MfiU eoti t«Dtinn us Mtlchc'i, at ill# M.,r hnQK. nti W wl f*rada. thf TTth day of A fe at »t lSM, at- o'clock V lor th. parpoaa vt S*rt«c sit aoaninaiiiiii raurildawo follow*: fnt ion by Prof. C- «f Miooe hpoiih, lin siiiil: **The object of true tMlucati«»n '*rtnptetf living, and thl* objtH't photiltl lw kept Iwforo ttwi mitul in nil of our «li»curjiior» ami plans on iwoiiiK educati»n. IXnnplot® living °*n not be attained uakM all the powere are trained lo work together in harmony. Vn nre ihua ted onto rally to in uiro, what are the powers of the human be intf, and what done education mean aa applied to them? It oft«n said, but it 4'a» not lie too oft«n r*»jeat«l, that, the word education meaiiH the prooem of drawing out, of developing the powers that the Creator baa placed in mac. It ia not a pouring in prooeaa merely, not a cram nun# erf the mind with facta, not a filling of the stomach with food, though know l«d#w and ftxxl ar eaaential for the grow th of raind and IkxIj. It may aid ua in th© dmousbton of the aubject thia evening to imagine that we have lx»foro ua an infant. The powers that we aee tirat manifeeted are phyaioial powers. The development of these powers, then, demands our tirat atteuticw. True edu cation will aim to guard carefully the health of the infant. It will study to know the best conditions of food and clothing, rest and exercise for the proper A -r— tievelopment of the body, mid will aim to supply thoee conditions. This is the most critical period of the life. Here the germs of disease are aown or the foundation laid for a long ami vigorous lite Men study the best conditions for raising ei&ck and spare no pains or money to tursush those conditions. It the raising of child ran a matter of any leas consequence? Yet how few study to know the beat ooaditione for raising healthy children. But soon the child begins to manifest other powers. It notices things about it. It reaches its tiny hand* toward* tlie light. It gives heed to its mother's efforts to attract its attention, and smiles with pleasure. Hero is another elaaa of powen? that de mands our attention. These -powers are to be drawn out in harmony with the natural lawn of mind. Again we are brought face to face with the fact that education begins in the home, in the cradle, about the preside, and is so far advanced before the child ruaebos the school as to affect for weal or w*» his em tire dectun Lei ua not as parent* for get or shift this responsibility. It be longs with ua. Let us pray for divine help, and stop not with prayer, but also study to become workmen that need not to be ashamed. When the child comes to the school, true education will aim to teach thoroughly the foundations df knowledge. Ldward Everett once said. To read the Kngitah language well, to write with dispatch a neat, legible hand, and to lie master »f the tirat four rules of arithmetic, no a* %o dispose at once, with accuracy, of every question of flg ures which oomes up in practice I c?dl this a good education. Aand if you add to write pure, grammatical English. I re gard it as an excellent education. These are the tools, you can much with them, bat you are help is without then.. A true education will aim to acquaint the student with the four sources of information, obeerva tioo, rettection, reading and converse tkm and it will strive to develop wisdom and |xwer in the use of the sources. This power is of far ntore value than any amount of mere knowledge. !r. Thwtng of Minneapolis,once said that not one college president out twenty could pass successfully the examination re quired to enter the Fresh msti class of their respective colleges. And a pro* oiinetH and successful oitiaen of liinne S|jU« said he hait forgot toil inuat of the facts that he had learned while in college but the |*ower he gained Umtv helped hiuu out every dav." The speaker, finding that hia time vnj Mixture clowed abruptly, promisiug tot oontinue the snbjeet at true future mprting. Af wr the iMklretM, i|»a ffmftTiniiii wn t£. 'U orgaaiaed, Eld. W. B. WhiU\ of Parker, presiding. Cretl««niiHl» «lo! gntr*H had been sent by t^e uiiarchr i t* the secretary, 13d. V. U'. afadison, and uiHn the eaiaiiM \)t*' ioll« niout 10 delegates were found to be present, representing 18 ^hprehee. The eonfe** euce mithorixad the obair t' appoint the usual L'otnmitioee, and then »ljourne«l. The subject of education suggests the matter of Union College, in which the people at the fiwind MM gfaaUy interested Union College is rituatf*! at Lim-oln, Nebraska, and is being ere«-tetl untler the auspices of the Seventh I)a Advent wU. It is designetl that it shall l« in opera tion In the Hrst of next January. The patronage for fhis institution of learn ing will be secured principally from Minnesota, the Ihikoum, Iowa, Nebras ka. Missouri, and Kansas. Less than a year ago the plan of building a college for these niatee was inhujruratetl, and only a few weeks ago were definate ar rangement* made. The enterprise has from the start reeeirod the hearty en dorsement of the tnemlerM of the de nomination having it charge, and so great was the enthusiasm manifested by the cities in Iowa and Nebraska, seeking its location, that it was exceedingly dif ficult ft,r the locating oommittee to make a final choice. Lincoln, the capital city of Nebraska, won the prize. Its citizens donated three hundred acres of choice land near the city, seventy scree of whieh Eb ertH'ted as soou fm these are finished. Street ears will be running to the eam pus before the first buildings are completed. Already a peeeiwotis sub urban village has sprung up at College View. It is the mm of the founders to mak» Union Colh geoue of the btaat ed i) ilional institutions of tiie West. Wheaeompiu^4. The contract for brink ban Ml ffl been let but the nsuttur ia well uiule«r4 way. The Burhagtois and Missouri River Bailroad has put in a switch near by, which will ltold a train toad of piaf terial, all of which is delivered at th i| switch at tlis aime price aa at the city depfft. A commodious shop has been1' built to accoRimcKhite the workmen. A small boiler and engine hae leeu par chsaod and is on the ground to be used in hoisting, pumping, etc., and dozen is lo a body and upon whieh the campus I nothing had happened. Tbey wn all has been located, and a beautiful and campaigners and are used to it. imf«rtant addition tp lt'"! «vH*ge 5 1 ..£*« v $ 'i reaching miles in nearly every direction. All tiling combine to indicate the val ue of the location for tfca parpo— tor whieh it was selected. The Seventh Day Aduentist confer onoe of South Dakota is interests I this enterprise, and will spend some time in it* consiilorution at tho camp nieetibg. The mim npjointetl for tha conference to raise as its share in tha cost of the college has been pledged. Before the evening meeting the Bab bath school aasoeintioe hsd held a pre Hminarv meeting, and the followifl committee had been a |x)iuted: (ai nominations, Frank GraveUe Bridgewater L. W. Jones, Sioux Falls Vakntioe Leer, Milltown. On resolutions: Q. H. Hinith, Mad son C. C. l^ewi% Minneapc^M Mrs. Kauble, Bioux Falls. At one o'clock thin rooming th# bfli rang an «lariii, and wxm the men wife making the tents secure against the coming storm. For several hours the rain fell in torrents, faster thsr tha ground could drink it up. The water stood all over the ground, or ran in tor rents through the tents. Hie people took the matter quietly, however. One man was awakened by water dripping on his faw but he quietly shoved up hie umbrella, anchored it on the head)oard, and went to sleep again. No damage was done by the storin, and at 5::i0 this morning 200 people aa&euiblfid in the pavilion for morning worship aa though Ltucoki has been Division meetings were held at eight made and named OoUege View. Other f/ciock. There were G5 preaent at the donations were a'.so made young peopie'»» me^tnig, and all took A main college building and college hold with a will. Nine o'clock brought boarding hall will be built the present a bible-reading from Elder F. L. Mead, year at a cost of not lees than seventy erf Minneapolis, on the subject of the thousand dollars.«»ther buil.bnga will be creation of mau in the image of God. will have English, SoanditiairUui ff4 Qanaa u4* part menu. The readers of THE DAILY Lsuotuk are presented in this issue with a cut of the main building. This will be 71x140 feet, and will be three atones above the base menu Excavations for this building anl for one of the dormitories, KHxUM feet, are completed. Part of the stone for the baeeinent* of these two buildinga is on the ground and the stooe cuIUtk are at work upon tlietn the balance is arriving daily. The amount of atone neceeaary for the two basements will Ve about eighty car kmda. Six thousand dollarw" worth of lander has already Deen purchased for these two buikhugs, but this is not oenrlj no much as will bo nt**led. Some of thu» is already on the ground and the balance wiij irrjv? with in the next thirty days. will be used also for laundry purjioeee when the college is completed. The grade of the streets hue been established and con sidcrable grading done. There are about a oew buikiungs of tire year, is mry attractive. From the uaiupu# ia8d«pape view tsaffordnd. jftJifasftSikd A Temperance The Health and Temperance society then held a meeting. 1 he president and eecretary, J. J. Devereaux and wife, of Vilas, were absent, having been called during the year to engage in missionary work in England- Accordingly Elder N. W. Kaubl# of Vilaa was chosen chairman pro. tem^ and W. T. IlenUm of Sioux Falls, secre tary. The frilowing nommiUnan wew ap pointed. Noiuinatiooa: q*T4~, Prank Eobinaos, Falls: L. H. Ella, under charge «»f Elder H. HhulU, cf N»» braska- Service are held at 11:00. '2110, and 8j00 o'clock. IIRXITIMH. A. B. OLMORE, THE IHIPOUM Furniture Dealer! O K K W S O K O Piirfcr Suits an4 already erected on the grounds. The p«.|erty donated by the citizens of iau-oln is likely to become vwry valuable, and will give to the aoi* lege a strong financial foundation. Th« more one betxmies aoqusintiKi w iUi th® location of the Uu|on Cc41ege, tiie bet ter h.e is jpleased with it. All unite in pronounch^ ti^ ^uutiou fm exceltent: one. The site, especially at thia season lliairs Is jnnt linn- you ought to me them. The prier OU my liotr cMfenp that is what aeUa these gombf the eity *%. y -rF vj? in wnd Qridg*galifj frank Emery, Wate-town. Iieeolutkme: W. T. Hen ton, Sioux Iroquoia O. H. Smith, Madison Eld. W. B. White, of Parker, gave a Bible reading at eleven o'clock on the sniped of Conversation. Hie German work opaoa owt aborted gnnpioiottnlgr •srs Fancy: delivered tossy psrt«! 0, Si iONESi .0) UTL' UlTCllKLli GASOLINE a CHA8. B. KENNEDY, I*res. Jt «, J** mm\ iieeDi, i- »«.«.^ .. .* i «,.'* ,*£» -V AID NMOSN. 10 per cent. Discount SaL niliril A| your time to take iMlvantage KAvtll bLUdd NIIOE DRI^§II( Pntlttvrlr eontwlne ell. ftoflene aw) •wwri f* Irallit r. .Is t'.i. ai Mailt** idh.»ai iyvk li« W a«4 uaturmJ, n.-i vamislbed. W. y. SJIXTfl, PrmlUent, M. W. DJlIX,YLCO-I'reaiJent. Citizens National Bw OKftKUAL BAMlINU BUSINESS TKAWACTi Makes a specialty of iirst mortgage aiitl real eataic iuftUJi. CBuuicipnl, circuity astd aclbooi bonds and other securiti«, OOERESPONDENT8. FtntjutcTutiifi Fniiuife Vtt., Philadelphia. INatioiuu Bank of Illinois, Chicago, 111. BioiiX l«Lk Naiioual ihtnk, Hioux Kail a, S. D. Fancy flannel SHIRTS F«w who htm not worn them luivg nnj ideo of tiie comfort is in* NEGLIGEE FLANNEL 8H1HT summer time. And fashion, too, haw rlocrw^d that they are the urojier caper, don't you know? We have by all stock of these 3* ©ln.3^1. to iiumt' i-t: ^fs Painta, Oils and Wall Pitjier. Fine Gold and Silver Wgtohes Jewelry. Watch, and Clock iiejiairiug promptly gad mechanically executed. UNION BLOCK. BOAN PFIHTI5K HWKKNKT, Fruiterers and Confectione ilakers of the Uolcbrated t'KEAM BItKAUJ ICK CUKAM tfervetl day oi evening. gMTKl. COMMERCIAL HOUSE 5kCA.x*r •xKjcarr. '.* II ''. 'A t*£ FOB- CASH, ANOTHER WEEK 1,1 */.. We found our discount ante suohl good thing las* week, that we have lel to continue it one mora wei take noitoe, ovr Dis^.unt Sale cnlv is this week- Will remit money to any part of the Old World, and sell tickets to and f^ principal European ports on any of the leading lines of steamboat*. CMp and Mnnlntpnl Bonds bought and sold. M. J. McQillimy & del •Aiiuav, C9LMMTWR1, K«e. i $50,00(1# Surplus $HM 06« MADISON DAKOTA A Cenera! Banking Business transact WMr V. KENNEDY, Bno Twna J. JONE8, Asaf S«tf Th sm Horrhwesiern Loan and Eankine Cf Madison, Boijth Dakota. ic Collections ante and pmnptlf nm*"*-' OORRE8PONDHNTR: Yirat National Rank, Chicago. Chase Natkwd Minnehaha Msltnnal Bank, Btoux Palla. 'Ut-.. 'New E. H. CLAPP, Vine aasa XMH the lie found in thia city. naiM A*» jiRniaiv. SM^fH & COOK, Druggists and Jewele MAKKKY. eirKt'TI01KRV, Bt«. AV ONE DOLLAR PEE MARQUART. PROPRtKT HI I.I.I ARV) It A&>!«, rlUAKN. Kir. JOHN HUbS, Proprietor. BAHKRV, lOiyKrriOJIKBV. Kte. Kimt dHr went of Postoffiee. Qc:atx £|»a Ako, Whole lietai Cigar Lunch Counter lee €r«iiiii f*h! Cmift D. H. KILROT, Proprietor. «IL A\l» M**#I.I«K. Oil and GASQI KEROSENEi _^n Li |n^:.