OCR Interpretation


The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, July 10, 1890, Image 3

Image and text provided by South Dakota State Historical Society – State Archives

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn99062034/1890-07-10/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

Tffli DAII Y LEA.DKR
MAD)-ins -4ll*fu \KOTA.
THU«BIAY EVE. JUL*
U« Yt
,4^H'i
Tabir,
iikMMP, IIIvmIuo tndHt Fan! K»llNtt,*kMI
wxtk«fl^ctJaa 1, WW
Paasseaa* Wain going: MM)
l:lsr.
i:»p
6:30 4.
ft :f» i «•.
*.
00 A
Usiu coins W««t
v»y frrtghl *wi«* I *ST
r»y
I**m»«r" tr»tn «ntue wwt make# c#nti«cttoi»#
%t *g&B for »l! uoinli- »«u!h. and i»*##eoger train
^., at' v*wi, ni Woonsuckei for
nii
jx*j»u aortfe.
ItUItoN Ultt,
f»*M«tUC«r *01»K aorUi M®
?«n»iMtoif«r arrivs» fruM iSe aorta...... 13 r. M.
^'THEjClTUj
n»NOI4L ITKlIfl.
Bradbury from Bioux (Hy.
Geraham one* of Pierre la in the city.
W. a Watlivar of Sioux F*U* ia the
city.
W F. W iHirMi im mmz
Fall*.
Mrs F. H. mam* ntamd to her
home at Carthage
Mrs V. WwkliB aad AUdreo
turned home today.
Miss Mabel Phelpe darted taMiay
on a visit to Madison and Haciiie, Win.
L, Pixlev »nd Theo. Pomeroy
arrived from Siout FsiSa to Jdfcl the
campers at Lake Madtsofc
Mrs. J. G. Cell man and eon returned to
Prairie da Chien. Wie., tcMlay after
having spsnt
mwtd
days with
i.
0.
in Madison.
Mrs. W. M. Bs*rtMey and children,
who have been the gueeta of Mr. and
Mrs. I). T. Hoott* |a®ar®*il tOtbMrlKMM
at /isrretson.
Misses Jennie, Florence and Ijnttis
Klifer departed to-day on a two months'
visit with friend* md relatives in Mil
wsukee and Chicago.
T. (kiell and wife w«m p—iWi(pf
east to Decornh. Iowa. U-day, aoetfMn
jianieti by their little daughter, whom
hey take to Deoomli to —if
moot for bar eysa
Th# l«Mr
wUl toarsfnr Morena lieaoh ti»is evening
at R-M ami 'Mk and ill make ia!!r triw
at ihw hours during the week. For the
Mx«tnm-xlnti»! of jmrtitw who wish to
fjoanl »»r oamp at th# lak»». morning
rsj» will al«» lie made it: time U bring
2artte»i mU town lef«»rt buuuess hourn.
WMhkng to
of
my
goods within ti»e
offer for rhI** at. my
ksleheii chairs,
ht»isehold
weeks, I
ny. dining
lx *»k
next two
bom*, ea
one oak
IfWary tablw, dining tah^. oak beii room
suite, Weat Ptoint heatar, kitchen stave,
^ic. F. t». oung.
MICAii VMRVlTt
tAiT.r TiKAiMtK is uad*t 8Wl|pa
tions to Harry Neill for tiw tdUowing
totegraai from Huron:
Hmm, June It), 9 o'ckiek a. m. No
nominations made. Levatt of LbwoIb
oonnty, Zipp of Dead wood, and Pease of
Davisou county, are the leading oandi
da tee for re|»r*«eentatives to congress,
Neither Ljonckc. Wurdnll or Hardin will
be piaosd on the ticket. There is no
ring Here and the convention is proceed
v^ry carefully. The greatest enthn
prevaila. The leading candidate
governor has not developed H. P.
Smith of Lake has the strong hold.
Temperature, 90 d«*grees, with a heavy
wind prevailing from the south.
The late census report, it la reported,
will give the flttr «c Nadtas pop«fe
tion of 1,003.
Thk 1a:i.v L«tAiBn u day received s
undle of English literature from Thao's.
id who is aojoumuig is London
Tim l^snmin mme in from Lake Mad
thtw sftermxm and reports tost not
than KM) uattipani oncapy atlBs at
oux Falls l\»int.
A gathering in honor of Mi*. F. 0.
oung, participated in by UuUea of the
C. T. U., was held at the regldew* of
Wa La» this afternoon.
Pierre Free Preaa, 7: The old soldiers
ho have returned from the Madison
juration My it was one of the graad
events ever held in the new state.
Preparations are being made by their
riendw to tender Mr. and Mi*. & D.
Stitju-*]» rtH^eptton at tite residence of
iiivd Mrs. A/ £L MefliaiUster next
Monday evening.
J.
Judge iMbaoti of Ortand towwrtiip
was it the rity W-ikiy ami af^penred al
most a shadow »f his former healthful
self. The Judge has been suffering
during the past several weaks fMMa dia
tressuig bninehial aff««tkms.
*R»s friends of Mr. and Mrs. This.
liemey will be dehghted to laarn that
twins were bora to them thin mom
a son and a daughter. Mother
id infant# doing well, and Thomas is
tug his baat to impraoi his firMmds
itii ias superior dignity.
The following offioera were installed
the K. lodge Tuesday avening of
hi® meek: J. A, Trow, J*. G, John
^isooll, C. F. U Meaw, V. (X C. J.
r, P. C. m. (Isge, M. A. A. W. I.
heehaft, 1. Q. Bogar Oandaa, O. O.
ohn (I. Oallinan, trustea.
Mrs J. B. Johnson who N*anMd from
uron today, states that the independ
state otmveutKii) was not progress
altofathsr hnrrnoniusly. Th« mdica
iPKH^Whec she left Huron that tlie
Wardall Harden outlit would be
a«ok*d out of the box, and that new!
lorxt wonld be infused into the si$k man.
A jolly mmpmg }»art is enjr»ying life
Lake Mwbon, ooasisting of Mr. and
ThoLa»»«i«adehild»of Mr. Mi[
Mrs. J. Fitzgerald and nhildren and
Mr. and Mrs 1 ieo. Oook and children.
The running time of the motor makae it
convenient for the gentlemen U attend
to hustnesH in the city during the dftyt
returning to the lake in the evening.
The report of the commissioner of in
ternal revaoos for this district, including
North and South Dakota and Nebraska,
headquarters at Omaha, shows that
government licensee to retail liquors
have been iwued
%o
parties in South i»
kota sincie the 1st of May. Among the
towns enumerated, Madison is oradltad
with having raoeived on# HoeMe.
The farmers of Laka county are
^requested to meet at the court house in
'Madison, Batnrday July 12, at S o'okwk
*jp m., tor the purpose of considering the
pmpoaitkm to organise a oounty fair as
sooiation, and to arrange to hold a fair
the coming fall. Bpeeini privileges can tie
obtained which makt* it iwhuMilde to
take imuiadiats acUwit. All tutarasted
in such a project at* earnestly invited
to attend.
Little Misses Li la and ErvaTrow ware
to-day made the reoeipieutsof a bran new
baby brother, the first and only brother
on their list of relations. The papa of
the newly completed trio of pets pays
occasional formal visits to the hank and
umktw a pretense of attending to busi
mm*, but anvlmdy can see that the
st&ok of 9&) sinners have lost their
glitter to him in comparison to tfa*
diminutive bank oaahier st home,
Letters from John MeOormiek state
that he is somewhat improved in health.
Ha is now sojourning at Canyon City.
Oil., having arrived there a few days
ago. He visited several days at Idaho
City, but was advised by his physoian to
seek a lower altitude, the lightness of
the Hir having a serious effect upon his
heart Mr, MuOormiek's friends hope
he may return sufficiently improved in
health to entertain them with a genuine
Heottish danea.
There will t» a
gamm
of km bail at
the park to-morrow afternoon at 3
o'clock Madieone against Henrys. The
Henry* are said to be strong plavers, not
having been defeated this season In a
reoent game with the Clark* they were
victorious, the scorn standing 2 to 1, and
they recently defeated the Flandrau
Indian clnb by a score of 16 to 5. A
game will also be playad at tha park
Saturday forenoon, beginning at W
o'clock. Bare amusraiient may ba a*
liected from these gamea.
Mrs. J. Johnson iwtiinad to-day
from Hurtrn whither she ha«1 been to
attend the State l*k)nal Hutfrage con
vent
too. The convention was attendee!
by ttUnit oim hundred del urates, and the
proceedings were harmonious through
out. County committees ware appointed
to set in conjunction with the state
executive ooruuuttee. Speakers will be
provided, and the equal nuffrsge question
discussel every school house in the
state during the campaign. The ques
tion will also be expounded on the
Demurest medal plan, the successful
contestants being awarded golden eagles
instead of medals, consisting of $.",§
10and
$W gold pieoes The delegatas at the oon
vention returaad vary much encouraged
and confident of tha sucoeas erf their
Buy yaw drugii and cigars of Sd Hina.
Btar
Try alook yaast, at tha
ant
mfeMHp*
Clt) «un#tl.
Am adjourned regular maetto^r of tha
ctfr cnond! wss held at the eftjhail last
evening. Present, Mayor Kenned), Al
dermen Trow, Ketchaci, Wadden, Tiar
ney, and Iteputy Authtor Keene.
Thelollowuig
X}\)k
wfr* aJl«jw«d»..alL
voting aye:
B.0.Hart,«p*di«klpatt^#.4./.4 3j»
fJoieubaugh, s|ecia/ policy.,, 8.00
Frank ll'igan, special police •**•». 4.00
P. MoOirmick special polios... 7.00
J. Birran, »|»e*iai pohw &00
Clark 4 McKuman, oil, ohijqUMp»
etc., 2.90
John Gragor, mrveying. 8.00
C. F. Itevnolds, assisting surnqpor .75
F. L. Mease, printing WW
J. F. Htahl, printing 7JD
L. J. Corcoran, ohiaf «t polioa.
June. 4a.00
Madison Electric Lighti Oo. ,... ]l^.o()
li. B. Schrinar, assesanrp. ^125.75
Wm. Metcaif, street -ommiask)tter 17.8T
The bids for laying guttar on the
west side of Egan avenue wars opened,
and, on motion, tha contract was award
ad to J. D. Hanmua.
Tha city treasutar's raport fhr Jom,
showing lalanoes on hand amounting to
8.'!, was read and, oo motion, ap
pioted. Adjourned.
llethta*|t Hear#
CtiftadHMiain di«|at'h,8: No wor
yet been received from the reservation
regarding the mysterious and prokvrige«l
absence of Clerk of Court Hpauldiug, the
l"«s»' «f Indian police sent out by Agent
Anderson for tha purpoaa of investigat
dig into his rumorad murder by Iodians
uot yat having returned, and tha people
are becoming vary anxioiis. Oounty
court has been in session this week, and
it i» believed he would surely have re
turned to attend, to necessary business
if nothing uansual had happened
Some are of the opinion that he may
have worked over on k» Pm® Kulg® res^
ervation during the course of his proa
peeing and nave bean arreated and
taken U that «getw:y ae a trespasser,
tM««g loth U believe that the rumor of
11!* ileatli is tea»lv true. If
not
fwnn diwiag the u#*i twenty four
h«Hirs a Inrgt* (Knie »f yitijsetwB will likely
iMM»« *horo*fh
mmmgtdim
flMNTK VALUC1 I'AMIf,
tta«m ralie Pari) RueaiMpaij. at
tAke Ma4l»«n.
A party cxjnsisting of young folks from
Sioux Falls are encampeil at
Mkeeping
Sioux
Falls
Point,on the aouth sliore of I^ake Madi
acm, and from general appearances they
are absorbing all the enjoyment an out
iog at tha beautiful lake affords. Hie
party oooaists of Misass Ada, Maud,
Nora and Maggie Metiarraugh, Mr. R. 8.
Newbery, Misses Emma and .Maj New
bery, Mr. S. W. Field, MiaH Alice Fuller,
Mr. E. J. South. Miss Dora South, Mss»
Viola Herco, Mr (Jhas. Henner, Mr. Bert
Caldwell. They have christened their
camp "Sioux Valley Camp" and are pro
vided with nocsMsry aquipment for
bouse" on tha lake, flach
wears a badge inscribed "While \V« I^ivs,
Let Us Live." They contemplate re
maining at tha laka until next Wednes
day.
Lattais are being raoai vad daily from
surrounding towns making inquiry in
regard to camping facilities at Lake
Madison, and this will undoubtedly ba
the opening season of our excellent
summer resort. Itoe convenience* for
enjoyment at the lake are
imng
improved. Among these pleasure facili
ties ma Jtie enumerated the motor lias
connecting the city with Morena Beach,
the steamer City of Madison capable of
carrying 100 paaseiigers, the Grand View
hotel at Morena Beach, Mrs. Olberg'n
summw hotel adjacent to Sioux Falls
Point, beautiful groves and scenery, and
the thousands of tish in the hike poiwoees
the spiritof accommodation in their souls
to the extent that thsy nibble and bite
all the day long To our neighbors ia
surrounding towns ws extend a oordial
invitation to come and enjoy tha fun.
Fly trapa at Rensch A Obfiay*a
Th# lrrtfailoa Mastassa.
Waahington diMpHtch, 8: Iiraoloi'
Powail, of tha irregatioo snrvey, is pre
pared to hedge so as to aacure votes
enough to aarry hia appropriation
tlmitagh Um aanate. Ha has mad*
overtures to two senators in the I)a
kotas— promising J'ettigrew that a iarga
amount of the appropriations should ba
expended in South Dakota, while he haa
written to Pierce stating that he wonld
arrange that North Dakota would not
be included in tha arid land withdrawal
He has aatd nothing to the senators from
Montana and Washington, as all of
them are opposed to Powell. He doea
not include Senator Casey of North Da
kota. who lis a member of the irrigation
committee and has taken an advanced
position against Powell'« humbug irriga
tion plan aad has been particularly
active is the work of trying to restore
or keep the Dakota* from being with*
drawn from settlement. Sanator Moody
says the senate will ascertain by what
right the lands are withdrawn, and thai
Powell will lie investigated.
Senator Casey aays the withdrawal*
can be prevented in Dakota without the
aid of Mr. Powell, and it ia probable
that thay will ba graatly modified aa
regards Montana and Waahington.
The senate committee on appropri
tions has agreed increase the amount
for public land surveys from i&)U,UU0 ie
th* house bill to ftjOU.OOU. Tlus is fllJU,
XHi k»ss thai: the senators from Wash
ington, Montana and North and South
Dakota demanded, but is much bet tar
than was first promised bafore the cam
paign began.
Senators Alias, Saodaaa, Ghaagr aad
Pettigrew were the new state commltte*
asking for tha apprupnatiou, while tha
others were doing individual committee
work with different members of the
muittiiUae. Senator Squire wante-d
Wno.000 for Washington alone and is
hoi no what daaappointad, though in
dividing up the appropriation, it ia
probabia Waahington will get nearly
of the amount apprc^natad.
Hea 3Ha«si4Mn».
City diapatch,§: Frank Terry,
a Walls, Fargo A Co. express messenger,
and hia assistants, had a thrilling ex
perience on a Santa Fa train near
Argentine on Sunday with a big sea
Hon, which, with three others, shipped
from San Francisr** to New York. Tha
animals were brought down from the seal
islands in the Pacific for the owner of a
zoological garden in New York. They
were taken from the ship, where thay
had bean in water and shipped in three
large wooden cages, well ooastructed
and strongly bo*nd by hemp ropaa. The
intense heat ami absence of water proved
disaster* ms for the anuuais One of
them died at Denver. On tha train
between that point ami Kansas City on#
of the males went mad, and attacked his
mate, killing her instantly by bitting her
head nearly off. Ha than howled
most dismally lot aaveral hours and tha
occupants of the car were considerably
frightened. The animal finally quieted
down and gave no further trouble until
Argentine was reached. Then he be
came furious again and raising himsaU
on his fore tins used his tail with
such foroe that ba broke tha eag*
into
pi&um
and than made an attack aa
Express Messenger Tarry^ who jumped
on a pile of express matter, Nit waa
quickly driven from that position. Tha
men at last made their escape through
tiit*. side door erf the car and closed it
behind thsm. The seal raged for fiv#
minutes #nd then dropped dead. The
carcass, weighing
"AH
pounds,
Mrs. Ho wall,
an itumeaas
of the oonwi
a more thor
steadily
mm
tak*a
to Ardour's psekmg house and skinnwi
Tha remaining ssa! was watered hure and
laluiwad aaio**irY«fc
F'\
«& -.w
«j-j.^
IBfWaJ w«airac«
Huron di-jm.ji'tj, 8: On«« hundrad
and thirty deiegataa, represent tog
twsoty-eigiit ounties in South Iakota»
are attendiiiK the equal suffrage coai
ventic®.
s
more,
thirty isottot!'
thoroughly
fwjuni s«®m#r»
Mousar, of Hitchcock, la
dhairman, a« Mrs Johnstm, of High
•rv. RcjKjrts from ov^mt
show that the state ia
^aniaed in the interest af
and the muse is «sjousad
by a much lnrf©r number than maay
•appose. IIin- Anthony, Mra. Nehxw,
Muni Hiudmiti Mrs Devos and otliem
addtHwsed th* convention this afternoon.
Pennsylvania, spoke to
»wd ki night. The objeal
on ia to jKjrfect plans for
,'h canvaas of the state,
to organisasnt?rngw oiuijs in every town*
ahip, to pat «i»eak«r8 in the liaid and
to continue a igirous campaign till tha
jioib dose K «inl»er 4. If any behave
the suffrage i-iutfle is waaing in South
Dakota thay s ill be disappointed. If
this ooorauti n reflects the sentiment
of the e|ual ffrage advocates through
out the stat* i wf will has* a
jority thia fki
Masiei in MhM|.lstols«.
Alaxamlriti utapatch, H: Y
the Boehppr! colony of Maononitaa
tjame in witl» ten toams loaded with 15,
(MM) pound* of wool which thay had clip
ped from 2,oo shaep. a M. Werner
bought tha «xl at 17J* cents. They
also brought a forty head of cattle.
E. F. Burdick i*»ught the cattle at £2.66
per hundred [»unds for steers. $2 for
oxen and $i fur oows. Tlie colony
has raised 1,10 lambs thia season.
Blunt Adv«M-ate: Dave Hall ahaarad
his sheep weak and reports a final
class clip, Ke haa 180 head of sheep
and the yield .,v«raged twelve and oua
half pounds j« head. Dave i* enthusi
astic when it -omes to aheap culture,
declaring tber. is big money in the buai
neas. Thl* is the story of all Ousts wh*
have expwkuented with sheep in 8ou(i
1 )akota.
rtTHviTrnK. m*«.
TIM LANNON.
New ai.' FUegant Desgns in
FURNITURE
Fins Bstfrsom and Ckiakir Saitn.
Latbst lit Plush Ooodh
llaudaome Lin* of Baby Carriage*.
Express Wagon*.
Agent far i$» Sin^r Hewing Maohiw»
i »4erts*Mm a n»ie4 te mm IMHirt
»«rv».
C. H. WOODj
ntUK IN-
DRUGfS MEDICINES
FtmI STATlOMEftr,
PJwfc
Brti
AUmwm. Fine Toltef Baa1,"*
rushes, Toys, Fancy Ooods,
PniriH. (»da, Vsruiskt h, Cslsonnoc,
WsH I'afier. and a full tine el
Paiem Medlciuea.
CHOICE PtRFUMERIEb.
Preacriptioesoarefully ooaapoanded day
or mcht
•OAN AVENIi*. MALISON. DAKOTA
BAKKIItt, aLLM-Tiaia. Ktr
W. KITT«. W, A. Ka K*v L. It. Kksks,
frvftaunt IrrPr»-«ld«rgt. t'yhlei
-FIKSTfe'''"
NATIONAL BANK.
Capital aad Sw^a, $60,000.
A GENERAL BANKING BU8I-
NE8S TRANSACTED
je«eiflp*» s«mI JhmNMN* Ass§mmj* MmmjM
mmd
AiWd.
G»n«*tion*
0TA c«iiii" icat coliwlor comWiuUy emplnjisi
to attaad to wi«cliwaa te *arre«»4is* comairf
t'beiui ft Sn'uiBS* Bank. Now Vork. PIW Ss
tloaai Sam. Slew* Kalla Hatioaaj
BaaV, Sioi KaJ.«
IRAL atb.
SCOT T? it l^HKHIDAN.
REAli ESTATE,
BusineaB Property.
VMidMice Property,
Block Property,
Acre Prt^artar.
nrWe have ak*u some very ehoioe bar
gains in Farm Laacb.
Money to loan
at 4*m
Mates of Unisrmt.
CiNTKH HTWW*. MAIHSON. DaK
Ileiivem! to purtul
Ike eity.
#.d MFT€MELL.
•tar
lAlrKCTBf,
HAKLES ULATZ,
Contiacior and Buildei,
,^v
'itJt
KlKbtv do*. •IMInru »h«*tr
wmf'wlns
V C?:
vA*,,*'-^:
Some gmd l*r« uu. to
seeni»
borgniD*
Our
Umbrellas and
•auk* rank foremcet
in the sUtfat*
4
u j* it-.**?*.
*.»*.'**»., *r *. _j 1. ./ .. .A
v
THE BOOK STORE.
''HtmouA Fiiin'a for Fish in',
ute'
Commendable CroqMH.
ii wtppv, H«*avy_hldmg H&maiodkB
W Picnic Lunch Basket*.
DAKOTA BOOK ARID STATIONERY CO.
What That Pure, Beady mixed Paint wP m»il for
o her dealers buy All oolom, for iu*uh an.i outeif. work, n"
eluding fNtpeciaily preparml paint, and Metaliir
and water prt*vf roof wiiot. Thret^ years of prn.Hica!
thui city proves lieyond question tliat thee* go1* abso.
proves ..
lutelv without an equal'in thin market for spread! durabilit
unfudtng wear. stated, the are sold, at The li^^k st„r».*
e. (ujr
A1_As-
ttfonay than other dealers pay for inferior gooda
HI.
AI. KMT AT K.
Millions of $ $ $ In It!
CHOPS IN LAKK COUXTY BOOMING!
A few choice lots only for sale on Morena Beach the
Great Summer Resort, at $100 eaci
U
i«m
aquare up-and-down
Straig-htforward
Honest Business!
Will. price, on tne W«t ,rr«d.. of good, that cm be built
by akill.^ labor. Al of which *c offer. You are cortiallv in
Ttted tt inspect whether wishing to buy or not.
than
tfi
mm r4
FOR MADISON
SUBEi
in «iiii«i
luul 111 Fiuroi.. Now u th.
in R«d Eatkt*. Money tare to doable in nhort tin*.
Come to the County of Lake,
And make yourself a stake.
Mains we itlwayw have enoughi
That's wlmt brings the sttsjt
K, W. flOLORIDGE, Real Estate Dealer
.** OAoa: nmdoor north of Lake Park Hotel,
i'T"JL BXx k
IN DEEDS. NOT WOKDH WEGLOKT
A treat. U wnuuissieuxa,
of Fins Kid Giovsa.
et I
pfta nice line in black. Bt-|
i ery pair warranteL
The Days of Humbugs are Gone By I
Shoddy goods have no value. High price* are tb« miMrttoB of
sag biuinaaa houaa. What tiue ninctoenth mJkmn
l#mantls
ia a
m.
MADiaON. LAKK QO., BOUT* DAKOTA.
eauiicm' riKK rrKNisHiMua, Kt«.
CLARK & McKINNON
Hug* °"r •Ws hr,- .P^I.I SrieM la
towBnei "*«®«llnarily Our iln« of .«M (TatUlsa ss« s ssei
., ... i* vert fA* Ji-twH
!l'
9ivtv
HALL!
•aromINK
fe
Underwear IjmIiss' Jer
sey ribbed thread
vesta- 15c U, tJOt.
(ireat Bsrgaina..
H*e
MOKMK »HOMI««,
JOHN HUSS, Proprietor.
BABKB1. VMIK TI«!«KIV IBSr
STAR BAKERY
D. H. KILBQ¥V pfftprtetor.
KUNDERT &
FITZGERLLD,
ntatwa av aaavt ajto amm*
Hardware!
Garland Cooking
and Heating Stoves,
Ghddeii^tiarb Wire,
Iron
Pumpa,
bportia* iiood^
k*
of Ocau tMkl,
twv.- St cxeMdtaaiy tew SpivM.
F. K. MATLOCK,
City Shoeing- Shop.
WX*T MAIN MTMtmMT
and di«easel feet eurei
IAKKRV. CONVIHTIOIIRY,
and Teotting Horess a spedilaftr:—VltaBlfe'
PFI8TER & SWEENEY.
Bakers, Fruiterers and Confectioners.
Itukera of the Celebrated CKEAM HKKAL).
ICE CHE AM served day or evening.
niLLlAKU BALL, LMABa, BU.
BILLIARD
7
Abo, Whn)«sa^
and tie tail
Cigar Stor4
Luurli Counipr,
lee Crt^Hiu Pnrlor9
OanfeetioneiTs
*KH
JOHNSON, OLSON
& CO.,
Hare received their Naar
Spring Stock General
Merchandise.
Ab d,.pl»7
ci
GOOTS, includi®gf Mm
iouabio
iabrica.
DRSSB
4
tw
•,
k
-51
v'
?.*•
A complete and fr*h k of 'Z.- 'r
SKOCKKUS8. Odd FclbM* '*&%'. 'J
siodt, _•.
'K 1
v

xml | txt