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DAILY LEADER.
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ll (nmc wrat 'Sparta
ArriT««
tram cotni ntkw r.«nii«rtKnt
formil (Mitul* »ooth, ftud i**«odi{«i train
in, *t (t'Hwu.K'.kf! Im Kit petst* north.
ma»I«H»K uns,
rgoing aorth ... r. m.
from the north IS -to P. H.
E CITY
v
PHIMXAL VTIII,
Jf.Htaar rMimd
X*
la
Devon wwt to MinneepoUe o® a
VHii
tictor B. H. Surith went to Aue
today on private bu«ue«»,
meran of Artesian, mother of
Jameron of this city, paaeed
the *ity to-day en route to Br©
nty, low*.
Mm. Jamie Witaoa, who have
their daughter, Mm. T.
U, departed today for their
Racine, Wki, accompanied by
ckholtt who will remain several
Tke Mete*
rfMPlmplforenn Bee«l» thin wwHiif
md 7 :J0, and wilt make daily tripe
hours during the w«ek. I4or tlu»
mdation of parti#* who wish t.»
camp et tbe lake, o morning
also i*s made in time t» tiring
into town liefore buwness hours.
leg to dt»|MNH«
dt mr
household
ritbm the next tw« weeks, I
enl» at my how*. easy. dining
hen chairs, one ouk l*»ok ease,
table, dining table. oak bed room
eat Point healer, kitchen stove,
i
tiling.
imk ai. w§» v«Tir*
MM Fellow* block is bJtlltf \m
n appearance by paifit.
eta I At Mm. CM berg's lastevening
i^eiy attended and greatly en
HUX Falb party
itdiaoD Tiaited in
enoemped
the oity
at
Mati im d« againat Parker*.
J1 ha* commenced the erection
ehouae
W
by 34 adjoining Ken
as. btuuk ou the north wbicix Will
Med !y J. A. McOovern
Falls Prew, L. Rtokar k
I red tbe contract for furniahing
nty authorttlea with |pieenoe
:»oor. Their bid wwi9 pat MWt
itokmle pnoaa.
iatki»» are in progreee for framaa
Mil Friday afternoon and tiatur
Hioon of tbi# Mredjc- Madtatms
ienryts. It said tbe Henry*
kwt game thia year.
orter of The DAII.Y LTII if, tn
wiili Williamaod, in
Lbe orop«i north of ttt» city tliwi
All kind* of orogm are ia ex
and
KM* Braooht of Plaiikmton,
a fu»Uu« 4a tb*' Madtxaaa
ibook ia a aiater of Mra. C. K
thia oity. Bba haa bmm «Bt
ia teaoiMria feb*rafans Mfeool
cinton
da for tbe *«instruction of the
fhool building having baan re
t»e lxard will oorrespond witli
Intact and perhaps have the
anged to a oertam extent. The
beginning the work erf build
the su|M»rvtaion of tbe board
conatdArad.
ement is on toot to ajyiaa a
upany for the tnaiuifitoture in
of the windmill raoantly pat
s' J«weph Opj»ertid. Mr.
s several large offers to turn
it over to ok! hne mtwufae
•at he ikairea to aatabliah a fao
tadtaon if he can secure proper
rasnenk T%» factory, if aaftab
ill employ fifty man from the
waUhasfaaobeda d^ith
Tbe drill hue apparently
srough the blue clay and ha^
wred a mixture of yellow oiay
1. The work is at preaent at a
1, a aection of the W inch tubing
been teleeooped in driving,
aever, will not 1* regarded as a
1
aa it bat baan tba pnrpoaa of
raotora to remove the 10-intsh
nd inaart fi moh 'Oie work i»
oe much faatar than 4a usually
in drilling arteaina wells.
twr drugs and oigwraof Bd
V
vioo4i yaaat, at tbe jpw
ta
W A
N»rk dispau tt, 7: Attirad bi a
the mtmrning, winch
iiev«d either at ths? throat or
lias Winni* Davia. eiAwt and
»rii# 'tonyfiver oi th« lat# Jnff«r
preetebnt a# tna wmftNieraoy.
yaatattift^ iHh I»V1K, wh(i
wa« appropriatet nailed "Th# laoghter
of the (\mf«leriu*y." for ah© wa«
ljorn
during thwt niemorahlf fltrofftf 1«, baa
F^urope sitx**" her fathoi'n death
recruittng her (mattered health, aud ahe
return« now to ijeoome th« bride of M*.
Alfred Wilkinaun. of Hyrncuae, N. Y.
Four yeara ago Miaa Iaria viaited the
family of Ir Thornae Emory, of Syra
cuaa. I)r. Emory wan warm friend of
bar father, both Ijefor© and after tbe
Far, At a reception in bar honor ahe
met Mr. Wilkineon, a ruling young
lawyer, and they becanae fast fcfi«md«.
jfcfr Wilkineon apant eevaMil waaka in
Mm Davis eompaey on the continent
feat winter, and when ha returned tbev
Ware engaged. Hardly had the gang
plank !**ns mined to tbe T*» Bret^gn^
wh«(D two a»®» aprang abtmrti tbe veasel
The strongly built, handsome man of
|»erhape 2H yeara waa Alfred Wilkinaon
buuaeif, and with him waa Mr. W. L.
Davis, Mia* Da via" OOIUHUQ. Bba waitetl
lor them in the ludiea' boudoir an the
upper deck. She waa rather pale after
the ocean voyage, but had evidently
gained in health. "1 have enjoyed the
voyage fairly wall," ahe said. "I wan
ili for two daya, but for tbe reet of tbe
time I got along very well."
On the pier were Mr. Wilkinaon'•
brother and aiater aad several friends
from Beau voir. Miss., where the Davw
homestead is situated afid where Mre,
Jefferson Pa via now waits her daugh
ter's return. Mr. Wilkinson was aa in
dinputted aa Miaa lh*vi« to speak of their
approaching marriage, but he aaid it
would not tie before September, and
jierhnps latter. No day has been set.
The wedding will probably occur at the
ON via home in Beeuvoir and it will be
entirely private. Mine Davis left for
Betntvuir OB the midnight train last
night over tbe Pennsylvania road. Mr.
WtlkinMou (tarted from her at tbe depot,
UiU Mr. liaviM aooompaaiad bar ami i*er
(rietMis to Washington.
llMMfiMS 1 ImmT nwn.
Si. PHUI Prose, 7 V1. C. A. Loona
berry, tlu K»KHI ual.uml North Iakotan
who haa abandoned bis old newapaper
work to lie special ageut of tbe interior
department, and hunt op ptaa land
frauds instead of hunting the aluaive
item, waa in
S\
wmk
^ran
tut* been received of the death
Schneider at Salt Lake Oily,
warn a b?otkar of Miw. JMbn
thia ctty.
wili be three gamee of bnae
ladiaoo n«xt waek -fhuraday
Iday afkmiotm* tmd Haturthiy
inneapolia an route to
North Dakota. The colonel looks wall
and eeem* to enjoy is work, Tba stirs
and wind of Nebraska and (Canaan,
where be haa liaen working lately, have
created havoc with hia complexion, aud
be looks healthier than ever. He is
aoexunpamed by seven special agents of
the interior department, who are in hia
okarffe They are going to look into
alleged fraudulent land entriea in North
Dakota, and will conduct hearings when
fraud is found. C\»l Lo«nslerry waa in
Nebraska during the winter. Tbe work
ham been closed up in that state and in
Kanea*, and it ia projxwed to push work
all along the Hue in the two D&kotaa,
The colonel is through in tba Pierre and
Huron district*, where seventy erne
caaaa were closed up in sixty daya
Borne of these oases have been under a
ekrtid for five yeara. The colonel says
about 10 per cent of the alleged fraud*
under Bparks are really fraudulent. Mr
Lounsberry, usually very familiar with
political matters in North Dakota, has
beeq away from hia old stamping ground
so long now that ha ia not posted. In
regard to politics in South Dakota the
colonel said:
"Mr Loueka will be nominated for gov
ernor on tbe IfHtependant ticket and
Hon. A. Van Astail for lieutenant gover
nor. J. W. Harper and a Knight of
Ijabor man from the Black Hills will be
noiMiiiafcad form»igrw». tJthsr minima
tion* are not settled on. About twenty:
Hve thousand are
otm
JU*
enrolled in the re
organised allianoo in South Dakota.
A large majority them will vote the
Imiependent tickt". Add to theae the
labor union vote, and the Independents
wili poll fom 15,000 to 2T,(X)0 votee.''
Tbe colonel thought this state
Mid may suffer a
my mtmmmtr
m+
eoiaege. Tlie oonv«ntion a lop ted
ree»iTutior! favoring a law whereby any
repreee»tative of the jieopl^, either in
tht« atate or T.Tnite«l States, who faded
represent or who rmtirepresented hisoon*
slituent* cmld be rec«*U«*i at the will of
the people. This is not wind, but facts,
just as they «n in Hand county at
present. The farmers want, and will
have, cheaper money and cheaper neces
saries of life, I am not a farmer, not
an alliance man, not an mdejendent
part) man and not a candidate, so that
I am not prejudiced in their favor, but
just sat it down that Hand county will
aend tba representative and one state
senator to the legislature next winter
who will not vote for Moody, or any
other republican caucus nominee, and
•van soap wont save tba oouetr/ to tto»
g, o.
p. thia fall.
4'lttwewi*' Meeting.
A meeting of the business DM of
MatHson will bo held at the dty hall to.
morrow evening at o'clock for the
purpose
at
finally settling the btiautsea
of tbe Fourth of July coinmittaa. A
full attendance is earnestly desired.
O. CAij.istaii,
Verge Mterm.
Fargo dispatch,"7: This city waa visited
thia morning by the severest wind storm
ever known bare. "It began at
about 175,000.
'2:30
uX«n«
at
thinga should arouse the Republicans at
the state, who probably underestimate
the strength of the independent move
Tfce la^lix-HdMla.
Millar diapaU^h, 7: Saturday, July 5,
l$*i. was independanta' day in Miller.
It waa a surprise party tor the old par
tiea to see so many of tlie old republican
and deni'Miratu- war horaaa in the in
de(M»ntl(UJt convention. Eighty-live dele
gates represented thirty-three tt»wnahipa.
leaving seven townriiips unr^»reaented
No proxiee allowed. Tbe ind«»iH»ndeut
party movement, may be pretty thin
in some jiarta of Dakota, but unless I am
greatly deceived Hand county indefxead
enta will elect their full ticket this fall.
The two faction* of the republican party
have been telling things of each other
that if true ought to ball any party and
if falae would disgust honest voters ao
that tbay could not vote tbe tiokit.
Uoneet republicana My that they have
not !e?t the party but that the party has
left then! A if rest many good «l«n»c»Mta
«a they do&H see
for
bolstering ttp nakxipn m#u «v«r, year
with a plank favoring high license* that
they have found aomethmg more
mmn
tial to the waiter# of the paofla, and
tbat there ia ao aepeotal call for the
damocwitic party to place itself oppo«
tion to equal suffrage. Th* in«bpendanU
from the republiean art.y **y
ti««:l of living on the broken pmmisss
that fall from the tabte of congress and
th«' awnate awry y«4r.
of
high tariff ti
AMU) kiMttli
i mm pr mmm mimf
i« jkeara.'*
St. Paul PriMis Home years ago in an
Rpiaeopal eburcli, which it ia not nsoees
ary tokieate, there was an old ooloretl
man whose dutiee consisted in pumping
the organ and sweeping the oarpeta. At
last Matt, for that waa the old man's
name, ooooeived o deeire to "jineM the
church. After exMMuiting with Uie
deacons the rector informed Matt that
he t^uild "j me" if he would learn the
Ixjrd tt Prayer and the creed. Coached
by one of the parishioners Matt started
out on the latter tirat and made up for
his ignorance of the Louwttian method
by hia devotion to bustneaa, but it waa
"no good." "I believe in" be could get
wH btrt from tturt on hB mixed trp
the appoaitives in a manner as startling
as it was original. Of course, this was
not entirely satisfactory, and when Matt
failed to show up at his usual study
tiour after a few days it waa supposed
that he was diaoou raged and had deeert
ed the oauae The inference waa un
authorised, however, for soon after all
was explained when meeting his "coach"
on the street, came up grinning from ear
to ear, and exclaimed, "Bay, Maae
1"h done gw me to jine the Congregation
abate. Don't have to learn nufflri down
there." And Matt is pumping the organ
in that Congregational ohurch to this
day, an honored and oonaeientious
Christian, and undoubtedly just aa good
a Congregationalism as he would have
feMi Jslpteoopalian.
Plrkier CisMest^'s^'
BedtWbd dispatch to Sioux City
Journal, 9 Ctingreaaman Piokler waa in
the city to-day and delivered an address
liefore tbe Hpink County Veterans'
aa»Kmtion and (trand Army men this
afternoon. He dwelt upon the general
legislation pending in congress, touching
upon free trade He declared that if
such a national policy were adopted the
Canadian farmers woukl ahip millions of
bushels erf wheat clown into Dakota from
Manitoba and deatmy tbe Dakota
farmers' pnoaa. He adjsered tbe men of
South' !akotft from ^i ticipating in tbe
indejwindaDt movement.
To the Journal wrresptmdent be #c
preseed oontidenw that hts nomination
was a sure thing and that he would be
re-elected. Hd does not beieivc that tbe
independent vote will cut much of a
figurti in the fall election, and that if be
can only secure the nomination be will
lie »rta»n of election.
Tbe elana ARW ^FATHERING for tbe ootmty
oon?e«t»o«# tovmorrow ai»d Tbuiwinr.
'rhn are timd To nigrit the city' ehupM are tipraf and
McKtnley bill' fi slates, It ia pretty genfmUr ('on
tnt|Mdi£''tfcil HM
will have to give th«
reprnaentattoa on tha
the} ex|ieot to deCsMl
and
continued half an boar. Early in the
night there were aome indications of
rain, and about midnight it began to
biow from the south, but auddonly
shifted to the northweat, and in a very
abort Wtne waa blowing a hurricane.
Threa electric light towers ware soon
blown down, leaving the oity in inky
darktieaa. that waa relieved only by
vivid flaabea of lightning. The inhabi
tants were arouaed from their sleep, and
soon lights were shining from windows
all over the city, but outside there was
nothing but darknet* and tempest, and
nothing could lie heard but the angry
roar of the wind and the crashing of fly
ing debris. By 4 o'elwk the people were
hurrying in every direction to ascertain
the amount, of damage done. Home ap
palling disooveriea were soon mack the
HHiki«*t being the death of seven
children of the late Capt. .Jamea
McCarthy, who dietl only a few week« ago.
The children, who were at home with
their mother, aought safety in a ooal bin,
where they ware all cruahed to death.
The mother was alao seriously injured,
but it is thought ahe will recover. A
few other peraona sustained slight in
juries The Northern Pacific through
northbound passenger train was blown
from the track and many of the pasaen
geru were severely, but not dangerously
injured. The Northern PaeMe repair
and machine ahope, the freight de|»ota
of the Great Northern and the Milwau
kee roads were demolished. Beveral
churches were IjMtuly wrecked and
numerous other bunding* more or leaa
WiiXt CMUpj^
otiuaty a giKxi
county ticket
tha ind^N»Q«laut
Wlwfrfr*gt.on Htar Washinpt(4r
raap*nderit '.to visitor from Kanaaa) 1
understand you are in Washington in
connection with tha movement to—
8tranger (with «n air of riiystary, In
t*rruptittgi No, air, I cannot ba ia tar
viewed. I'm here on huaineas
at
im-
po7tance, and I'•a got to finish it tad
get I tack home in line to plant my
apring hay
I3nrrespondent (who used to live
cm
a farm i Plant yvmt apnng bayrf AJal
you a littta off.
Bt ranger (ind^piatlAjjr)- -Ma, dr,
Tin
not. I'm a member of the Farmera*
Allianoe of Eanaaa, and I think I know
what Ili taUBBM?
f%s«lk
A company of Ohio university stu
dents went upon a sfervnading expedi
tion not long ago, ta\K the Toledo
Blade. They stopjHXl h--r«« and there
to honor different members of the
faculty, and tinai IJr brought up In
front of tbe residency of the aged and
highly reflected colje^c librarian.
Here they i*eat*(l thcmsMilves upon
the high twmrd fmica which surrounda
tbe libmrian's estate aad. as tha re
porter says in hl» elotpient way, ••tha
dulcet strain* of the tin can and the
long, tremulous note* of the fixh
horn floated out upon tho ambient at
mosphera." To such acoompank
ments the students Rang, and it Is n*
wonder that tbe a$red librarian soon
app«ared upon his porch.
The music grew louder and wilder
in honor of his appearance, while the
moon, to quote the reporter onoe
more '*toasing oa, ita cloud-fleeced
nod. shed a soft, so{bosnoric flamour
over all tbe scene."
Finally there came a lull the bass
drum and the !i*h born were silent,
and librarian stamped to tbe front of
tbe porch.
••Gentlemen,* aaid he, in trem
bling voice, "1 disliko to disturb you.
but 1 had that fence painted to-day."
And then it was scon once more
that a simple word is sometimes more
moving than tbe most impressive
oratory.
VIHITME
TIM LANNON.
New and Elegwt Deagna
C. H. WOOD.
IV
DRUGS MEDICINES
FMt 8UTH)*tR*,
Plash GMM1S, Album*, Fine Toilet boap*
Brushes, Oomiis, Toys, Fancy Goods,
Pstnla, Oils, Varnishes, CslsocntMt
Wall P«|er. inda full line of
v
Patent Msdicuics.
CHOICE PERFUMERIES
day
PrMcriptkiM carefully compounded
or uibt.
UiK AT1WDE, Sabiaow. DAKOTA
lAKKfNii, rOtUM^iOMH. Kte
FIRST
Cipttil Mi
W-lloasy
capita}
tuts.
topta, $60,010,
A GENERAL BANKING SUB1
NESS TRANSACTED.
r.
mm4 S*t*I. Colirrtiotm
MTA *i)ocier «oa*t*«U] ssiplojrwl
to att«M to collsctioB# te mrrouadiac eoBBtfy.
Co it U (•-HI'OH
tmti TH
Okssalosi ItaUosal H«nh. JSe» V«k,
Ueas) Bask. a».n* fgli
Bank, aiotts K«sir. !»•,. I*.
Fits* Na
K«cal KavTATH.
SCOTT ft SHERIDAS.
REAL ESTATE,.
Bva&nmm Property
Residence Property
Biojk Pfom
k Propwty.
Acre Properly,
l&r^elMwaleGiKNMvery oboioe bar1'
gaitjg fa Pern Ijajjttw.
to loan at Louf QHm of
/nterect*
CJNTfB IftMPON. DAK.
1MHer«4i»aay parts!
the city.
JI#»"*. I
1 wiiuurn nsru t* ire, jiron
I JwC. MlTlliLLL, fparttag Qsods, ka.
CROPS
A.
W,
im
FURNITURE
Flair Butmoin udCiusta iwtM.
I«A.TBHT DS8!U|4B PL088 GOODS
Handeome Lim» of Bnhy Qvafagm
Expraw Wagons.
Agent for the Bingef Bewibg Machines
IJMtortalitMji Atte»4.«4
Mettew.
•a Mkert
Kirhly rto« •li-llneo aheor
h«tiiikerr.hicf«, tx«utifut
*'y!«*», »i «u »*xlrmorrtiD*ril|r
ftrift-
Miii: mi': w mdMi Tl«i id
D.
THE BOOK STOKE.
KRAI, RNTATR
MilUons of $ $ $ In It I
IS LAKE
8M«««rp»t lif l»rK»iu« to b« hurt in Forma. Now ia the tjm# h,
aecare bargains Heal Eatoto. Money sure to doable in abort tin*
Come to the County
by Hkilled labor. All of which we offer. You are cordially
•ited to inspect whether wishing to buy or not
FOR MADI80N
SURE!
COUNTY BOOM
A few choice lot* oaly for wile on Morena Be«cli, the
Great Summer Resort, at $100 each
of
I Nfl!
Lake,
And inakt yourself a stake.
Hnins
we alwHVH have eiiougli
That's what brings the atuft
FOLDRIDGE, Real Estate Dealer,
Office: Flwfc door north of Lake Park Hotel,
MADISON LAKB Qp., SOUTH &
LAIIIKa' flXK UKInHI!V«JM, Kte.
CLARK & McKINNON
biJiTDlOAXE 2BX#OCaCU'
1W DEEDS. NOT WORDS, WE CALORY
Our Umbrellas and Pa«JA,ir«t Underwear I^dtas'Jer-
in the state hire line in black. Ev-'
ery jmir warranted. Great Bargains....
The Days of Humbugs are Gone By I
Shoddy goods have no vulu*
mf bwaiiirnii houao. What thia nineteenth
,. demauhi it a
square uj»-and-lown
Hi^h prico* are tha
tft
Straightforward
Honest Business!
''I' !l j''ftiprioe,^I1 V" ^e*t ff1"1"
of
that oan be bail*
xweer
beiBtifnl Rum
Oar lli»«s of Lae* OsHslaa
l« very cUboraU aae
h«vc more com in)
•oaai NH»».I W
PP1HTEK & SWEENEY,
Bakers, Fruiterers and Confectioners.
Baker* of the Celebrated KKAM HRKin
ICE CHE AM served
day
BtAftLKKV. (OiirKiTlOMKRV £t«-
STIR BAKERY
H. KILBOY,
lAKim A ftK.
KUNDERT &
FITZGERALD.
AAAVT AMD
Gterland Cooking
and Heating Stores,
Gllddeti Barb Wire, Iron
Wm ha*» .p^|.i 4ri*m tm
BMW' UtMlarw«N»r i»4 »tmm
lia« ef o«au Sesbsk
at uxoMaiaciy lew SgaieJr*
F. E. MATLOCK,
City Shoeing Shop.
wmmr mjuk »vajtmr.
SUifltonB and Trotting Horses a
and diaeaaeti feet ctir^l
MAMKRl t«*PK TIO*KRl
specialty. Faa%
ftf.
or evening.
BlLLIAia HALL, a«AM. Kte.
BILLIARD
HALL!
JOHN
HUS8, Proprietor.
Alao, Who!
awl Retail
Cigar Store,
LUIH II
Counter,
JU4 ..Cream i'arlsr,
Ooafectloaerjlk
Proprietor.
^MKiAL MfUtCiffAWI
JOHNSON, OLSON
4 CO.
Have reoetred tbeir N«*
Spring Stock Qefiiral
Merchant^ge.
An eUhnmte Mav «i
including tka
ionabie fabrics.
A complete
^HoouLuia,
BM.
aad freah «tocit
JU
bdt
ti
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