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THE DAILY
LEADER.
AIM *«»•-•. 'T5! i»\- uvt.
WEDNB81M V 16 Vi JUL* !«, 1*».
Mural Tt«ii .hl.
-trnttu,
«»k
MNWIISIWE *PD*L 1**81 G*)*WMUI,w%LE&
«lfort »*n. 1, JtW
Pa*«»3f*r train gnlcg ***l)
K:«i. M.
I :!#». *.
I* m.
:2T p.
ttopart*.
^«MMnf»r train *oiif want A nits*.
i i
f»*i*ilt i®»»*
*»y frciffct aofas w««t'
'hTf•J
M.
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:«e r, M.
1
A Iff# *.
mik"!
KtWM
P(M«M»»jl«r tr«in «9tnvM«- —..—...
*t Ig«n tot «H polnu sooth, a»4 |fWMi|(er trute
.in* **«t. *t Wo»o»ockBi for *11 pc»l»M norf.h.
SAaiMW UH,
'••#en*«rjtotnff*ofth f-4ft
IMvlt from ti« Bortk
u
E I Y
tMKNOXAL ITUR
A H. Yodw ftutmd *-4mj
tot Paul.
w. f. Smith M»d a a
itunad from 8lon* Fall*.
John MoCortnicdi returncdi bom© to
Uy from Colorado, greatly improved in
.Wit till.
littit Ml—ai Aaato IHtwrtrti» «u1
Sdoa went to NtMHC lUb to^
i visit to friend*.
E H. Wwotworth arid wife, UMu^hem
the Indian school at How»bQd Agency,
ire vMHfcin# friends at Wwntworth.
Mr». J. B. Jenka ami daughter Ckieii
(•fMurted tv-day for re«cx, Iowa They
mm aocxMupaoied by MUM Ada Morey,
Harmon Sta -1 went to Sioux Falia
IHlay to tali« in Heito Bros., rirrn#.
MNing Iijk4 forming the ""^rfrTitn'Tt
the elapbant in*boyhood-
Buy yoar drug* aad ojffure ofEd HIb«.
Htar restaur
Try Mock yeaat, at ti.e
nt.
Ohoia*«W od far aaie for oaah.
J* W. DATiipb
E W Dyn aonlMipMM ramndbm to
fritfornia.
Huriburt it Seft wick's oombtoed
will «sfclb(t in Madtaoo next
•»iay
M«t«rial ia beieg datirerad on
IIM
nd ror tefliij? a ^oi»e ffutiwr oo tl»«
sk» mti» of Ktran avenue.
A Wardail. «»h trreat and o«ly hmwere*
t» nti,,will deliver an aiidr«eii at the txuirt
mw in Jimliium uetl Unturday ai 3KJ0
in.
K ^iharidMi to tM§ wmxmim M»
«Hh, aud waa out riding abort Ume
»day with hi* btiaimMi partoet, D.
Kent!,
h.M»op Ham wifi anlfate UmSkKm to*
Hrrow tmtl mhmmmu*r the ttpoetohc rite
otpttrm«ti«»B to Mm. fiki Bradbury
daughter Myrtle*. Tb* aervi.^
Il» rtvat*. and h#id at the family
MHMMS.
The Biahop vtll buki divma
"riaa at tbe okl Baptinl obttrod is Ikm
Mfalg at 8 o'dbak.
%aa- Maui# baa brought auit afnunat
»oaunty uammtaaiooera to recover 91?
ncrvioea nm^rad in caring lor Orto
•m-uiok, reoenUy det.«aaeiL Hiraoi
aiao %ntemplate enleriag auit to
v«r #!2.."Mi, lj»i'aT*«,i «jw hTui for dUgg
well at th« ouurt houa*}. It aeemii
i Allen dug n well twenty-two fmll
p, and wImki he preeeotml hte bill the
nnitoatonera allowed him 9*2 for bia
ki the mm of ikigle, be cared for
1 emmiok through uiatructiona from
Jeaka, who waa treating tb® patient,
•am heriag bmn plaoad ia bia band
»ommtaaKMer Dyer.
Mm MorMt^ad, in chains of the
•lai:t well, i'tiiied on the reporter
lay ami explained that the well buai
ail right H« aay« th« etortee
great ciifllcuitiee have b«eti &x
»eo®d at the w«ii bare been aet
»t by Timmiag, wbo waa recently
ibargeci from the job. Timmiog, it
b«. haa tbown a dwpo^ttcHi to "run
whok* «hooting match," and tbie
of thtngw did not aooorU witb the
Jraokir'a itiea of th« Htneaa of tbinga,
h# thereforv* gav« Tnunung th«*
id boun*. Mr. Aior^iitiatl says the
ng baa u«»t beet? telenuoped, ao) that
will be uo difficulty in prooeeding
the work whan an ia
erf tubing arrivaa tb^
IUM
been
rmt Mr. Karr, the' con tractor, ut
icted to arrive in Madiaou thus ©vea
wd work at tbe wait artii fa* nrtwmfd
in a few days.
reporter of the HjlAwni ac
^enied Ir. Ckmgh m, a prof^Bi.»nai
»i Oh«rter townahip Imt mmicg
a in that vicinity seems farther
Mad tfeaa in this poriitm ai u«
The harvest has been oommeac
field, several acres of wheat
been cut and ahooked. Many of
grain fields present a bbiniaome,
appearance, while othtrf show
from runt, eto. Tht» arreag# of
iargt* and appears varied quai
i. bad, and at least mm tteld ia»
will produoe a first tlaae crop of
ard instead of ttax. The hay bar
»io progress, and the product will
*im CJao. Btai^y Is the proud
•*!rofa oolt tirnt i« a wonder in
i ftpottol frrin its hoofa
««l», ra«w»mhitRg u «*«'h dog io
Mm, He»r iilly serves Uncle
capacity of mail carrier from
to Brant ijake, lymi-
for Morena Heacsh thi« evwnng
1"
y**' '-x', ., j»'
•reeeedttasw ef tli# t'eas—tosilswsrit aC
Lakr (Mat) la ill) iialesi.
I'll© board of wunty oon»tiiit*«iODerw of
ljilie county, B. D.. tnet pursuant to law
at the oourt house in the oity ot Madl
son, July 7, 18W. Present, SI W. Dyer,
ebairman, Wm. MoBatu. Pater Klump
ner and theoouaty auditor. The board
was called to order by the chairman, and
the afternoon waa spent in looking over
the aaeeaeors' returna, and the board mi
motion adjouraed to meet at ft o'clock a.
m, jul Uf 182U.
AECOW»
©At.
Tha board met pursuant, to adjourn
meet, all membera and auditor present.
On motion the following bills were aud
ited sod allowed.
A. A. Bertiett, BcdtoiM k» prill
onera
$
Falls, eto. IB 10
Wm. Tobin, postage #W
Win. Tobin, aaiary aa oooat/
treasurer MO 00
jg. F. Hhfer, salary aa il^mty raf
i»t#»r of d«NHfa 10 00
V. Wadden, salary aa lagiatar
of deeds 000 Of)
The protest of F. Parker in pay
was referred to
ment of psrantal tax
district attorney.
On motion tbs
meet it») p. ai. *•.
mtyomrmA to
Arr»»ioo)i sg—m.
The board met pursuant to a*tjflth
meut. all members and the auditor
present
On mot ton. the et|uiixatioo of the aa
sf^mteot waa again takan up aad con
tinued throughout the afternoon and oo
motion, the board adjourned to meet at
9 o'efcnk *. at. July 1SOO. v
THIRD DAT.
e
T!io Inmrit n*t pumuant attjouni
ment, all uiemtc«r« and auditor preeent.
The equalisation was again tak«*n up,
ami. on motion, the aseewtntent of (has.
Weetaby on the N W of aw tion 'II
lfkV-52 waa reducel ffiifiO on exeaiptioif)'
under the tree culture art of 1885.
On motion, the value of horses in
different townships were equalize
fodowa.
COWB
Oo
Sti, aa*i w tli nutke daiiv trips
Wm tin*
1
On motioo, the foiiowl
arreted.
I AUeo, diggbig wad al
tKHira 'lurttigf the we#k
of }*tWtftM who w isli to
a mommg
gj. niaile u» ii»»# to bring. *—. .............
PUMutowa hotml& JL Oarfe, awlioalaadto Svim
in th« different
Uwnsbi|« were equahasd aa follows
*,« io per oent.
,i 10 per oent.
.. 10 per cent.
.. 5 par oent.
..
10 per oent.
to
Orland, reduced...
Nunda, mluoM|'
Badua, retlu* «lt.
Ocmcord, reduosd
C!ty of Madiaon, red
On mot ioa, tb#
at 1 :£0 p. m.
AKTUKflOOa MKSRIO*.
The boanl met pursuant to adjourn
all m^mbera and auditor preaaot.
On motion, the following billa were
audited and allowed.
John Paul, lumbar for bridge.... HI gf
John Paul, lumber for court
^o«ae. 17 06
N. H. Dowoa, aaiacy.... ... ... $00 00
"O W. tlfecf fck. Luanlin| "A.
ker, (poor pemm) ..........
F. Fbtoroft* witoaas tola imt*
mileage
H.
J, Fiahffi "I^IIIIIM Caaa tad
mileage
M, £. Hwi, trftnaas fata and
H. O. Curtis,dark ofvoort
Lee (poor pSMraon)
Btate Bindery Oo^ aaaaagaw
IKXIW and blanks.
Perkins Broa., offioa stipplias
McOailister Bros., hardirara lor
court bouse
00
It
I ao
II 20
63
hire.
E. Morgan, olerk
J. Mossman
lock on nafe...
Free Press Oo., blanks.....
Hubbeil Bf«m oual tor
house.
Hubtell Broa., ooal lor Mm. E
10 00
lfi 86
A 00
«7
u
Htabl, publidtii^f prooaad
iftpi. statemant, and oflbe s^
pliee ,,
i M. Wate, labor
houaa
J. M. Walk&r, labor bridge.
ree P'emi Oo.., blanks for uoua
superintendent
i i7
is ao
U 45
n
50
bkHhwi, tioard adjovmad to tneet
at y o'ck«ik July io, taea
vovuru
DAT.
Ha» boaed met pursuant to ag^anpn
mest, all memban and auditor present.
The claim of MeOook ooanty, for
1194.30 againat Lake oonnty in regard
to Carl Johaaon, waa again presented,
and, tm uuotkm, aafaoted.
mm
H. Simona, per dkmi and mik«age 8
The Mlowiuw bilk were audited and
allowed
Wm. l»a, okaaiag flawri
y a o
v
boy
Meant*
#10
O. O Murray, aaiary as 4iatriot
«,torney.. 160 00
O. O. Murray, aspenaaa Io ffioox
the
CJbmter, reduoad.. W par cent.
Franklin, reduced 3) per oent
Orland, aaaessetl.
Ciarno, reduced .*««.to par osot.
Wentworth, miu •••4
Lake Viww, as
Hsrman, reduoad
106-M, reduoed...
Ilutlaml. reduoad
LsHry, raised...
Farmtngton.
OMMsortl, reduoed
Burnniit, reduosd
5 par oent
par oent
...... 10 per oent,
15 per »nt
5 per cent.
10 per cent
15 jer cent
Nonda. mduofft... 25 jiar eent
Badua, roduoed.... 10 per cent,
Wayne, raised 15 psr
City of Madison, aa-aaaaaaad.
The value of
,'Vv» -N :&/ i
,-V, -..-"t *, ."*f„v,. -'V' I
*'S.2X
Jff
meet, etc..........
Hogtob attending
persoa.
O. W. Runkla, salary,
said 0spmm.
ML 8. Merria, traaa for
bouse yard. $ 95
Ii- N- Luoe, jaaotina far wait
bouse 4 00
On rnotkm, the board adjourned to
meet at *.80 p. m. ZJ
The board met pursuant to adjourn
nient. all members and auditor present
The petition of J. A. Trow aakin# a re
bate of tax paid on the eaut 40 acre# of
the Nfc '4 of aeotion 12, 10(i oii, was re
itrred to the district attorney.
The justice report of J. H. William
son, for quarter ending June 30, 189U,
was referred to the district attorney.
The petition of & A. Knight at, al.
rejected.
The petition of A. If. Honk, Hiring
few a rebato of tax was rejected.
The petition of O. L. Wright fcaaNNMO
case of 1H**» was rejected.
The following bill waa rejecteil:
0. A. Angle, taldng cauwdf &.M
Demidk ft 00
The following bilk were alio wad
Deuel and K:ue, goods to Mm
Vieariou* (|KXr |»erainW....«. 45
N. Iowua, {xistage 1 55
F. W. Johnson, kalsuiauiing
oourt house i 50
8. A. Ayrea, lisaoasing townshqp
1)6h54
HwryBaA^ bonty
wolves.
O. W Bcmb, bonaiy on
wol van
El M. Eridksoo, looking after tha
jM»r by order of oommiaBQMn|
elaim^d $15.87, allowed
Nugent ot Brown, witut^ oertiHh
oates
J. U. Pr*toa,boardiag prisioiiara
43 00
9
Under chapter 6 of the session laws
of 180U, requiring the county oommkaion
era to change th»» Unituhtries of tht» corn
uuastoner iliutricta of their rsspectivs
oounties, the following resolution passed:
Be it Resolved, by the board of county
comniissionerH of Lake oount. staU ut
South iMkota, That the present com
nusaioner dktricta in and for said coun
ty, be and the aame are hereby changed,
divided and rediatncted as follows, viz.
(JoMitntMaoner distnet No. One shall
be composed of and embruoa the civil
township of Summit. Rutland, Went.,
worth, Chester, Nunda and LeRoy,
OommitKdoner district No, Two shall U»
composed of, and embrace the civil
townships of Lake view aad Franklin,
including the city ai Madison in aaid
Lake view Township and commissioner
district No. Three shall to composed of,
and embrace the civil townships of Ba
dua, Wayne, Pftriiiingtou, Concord, Her
man, Wiofred, t)rland act! Clarno,
Fiach of said dktricts ao changed con
taining within one hundred of the saiu«
number of vote* aa shown by the oftknal
returns of the votes mmt at tha
eiwtiofc held prior to date thereof.
On motion the board adjourned |o
at 9 o'clock p. m., July 11, lMgft,
WITH WAT
The board met pursuant W adjoura
mmt all w&mbmm ami auditor present.
On motion the |*titk«n of G. L. Wright
in regard to the personal tmmmmmi of
the La Belk Kan^a was xatMiod to tba
district attorney.
On motion tin* was instructed
•to taane a wfaodwg order for $mM to
redeem tin* southeast
u|ftjler of mvtnm
4
3Ti-105-53 from ta.x sale for lh* year
ite7 ana l^^tsS an a nimt to
|i» aanw description frtmi tb« tff# tax
-last it being government toed.
On iwottoo, th»» followiag ware
io&tad and alkmad
WHS
00
00
U 87
6 50
18 50
The petition of townahip I0654 aakiag
to be organised into a civil townahip,
granted, and on motion ton foitow
ing resolution waa passed:
Whereas, a majority of the legal voters
of omgrwaaional townalnp No 106 north
of ranw No. 54, west 5th P. M., in Lake
oount). H. D., have duly petitioacd the
board of county vmnuaaionera of said
county, aakitig thm aaul ©rm^reasional
townahip lie organized aa a civil town
•hip and, whereas, mid petition in
all respects complies with ttw require
ments of the laws of this state and
whereas, a majority of the l«gal voters
residing in said townahip aak that said
townahip so petitions*! to be organiaad
be uaiiod tba a«ai«i4 Wiutmsi town
•bijPf
Kowr, ^taaatoamlm k by
said board of county oommissionera,
that aaid congressional townHhip be and
the same hereby oiyaniiMd as a civil
townahip. which shall be knosm and
«lled by the name of Wmfred Town
ship, and which townahip shall include
ali that part of said Lak« county, B. D.,
which wan heretofore inciud**! and em
braced in aaid congressional townahip
of No. 106 north of range 54, west 5th
P.M., and the boundaries shall in all
respects be the same aa the boundarisa
of said congressional township No. 108
north range 54, waat 5th P. M. that the
place of holding the first annual town
meeting shall »H* al the aohooi h«mse in
the vUlago of Wmfred in said townahi|i,
and that Mark M. Btone, W. W Cole
and B. A. Ayeri* be and they, are each
and all of them, are hereby ap|otnted
as, and for the board erf supervisors of
said civil tow«§hi£ to aot until thair
succassors ava and AMA bo aiaqtod 'and
qualitied
j*. ..
M. II .Ikainofi per dieui and mile
age claimed t24iA§ allowed...
$238 35
Hm LftttuoJi, w mdow shiid»-»* for
court houaa 5 40
Tim Laumai, coffin Cor poor. ...# HI 00
Wm Lee, sheriff f«w $5 40
J, A. lYow, ftone tor bridga. 1 50
The auditor
instructed to laaue a
refunding «»*der f«»r t2 w tsvor of P.
ljaux, the same being illegal fcg tax
paid.
(hi tootiust board adjourned to matt
130 o'clock p. tn.
Arr:aNoo«( sBiiains.t
Tba b*»ant met pursuant to adjourn
ment all ntamtiers and audits being
present.
On motion the following bOk
audits! at»d nlkiwed*
O. W. Masiker, Itoard and care of
M. (ireeu :j»oor ^»erson) rlnintad
$m 85 allowed 880 70
P. Klumpner, per Ua» and wila
a tw
P. KlumpnaK, laboro* biidga..*. |0 00
G. H. Perry, om memtha* bouse
rent to Mqt-li. Lee, (poor jw-
a w
On motlok the board adjourned to
meet at U o'clock a. July 12,1K#0.
SIXTH UAY.
Tba board met pursuant to adjourn
ment, ali tuMnhers and auditor praaeut.
l%e equalkauon rf assessment was
again taken up, and on motion ordered,
that tb« value of the real estate of the
township* in the county reouun aa aa
•t*saed.
On inotioo tbeassesment of oneatatlkm
against the farmers' Mutual Horse Oo.,
was stricken from the asnessnient roll of
Farriiuigton township, and tha aame
awiessed against the several owners
thereof, it having bean a double annas
ment.
The p6tftiSh of the Ramsey Horse
company asking a reduction of
assess
incut ott tma ataiiiou, was uu tfiotiou re
jected.
On motion .the board adjourned to
nana! at 1^0 o'clock p. m.
AjmH.tooM scans*.
The board net pursuant to adjouru
i®nt all members and auditor present.
The petition of (». L. Wright, in ra
ganl to the perxoual property aassaa
m«nt against tin. La Belie Kanoba fnr
ISO" was on motion rejected.
1'he toi|owi|g billy were audited
allowed: S**"
E. H. &ranaon poataga.T f)
J. L. Dixou, |ioariling A Itofcaf
{poor jierson) 13
Gilbert Hansen* b«»ard and ca$e
of Mrs. M|oen, (poor person,)
claimed t2 ,dft#wed ..... •*.. 25
G. l. Barnard, olanks for county
judgo.^aitnrd fli 70 allowed.. 11 Hi
The i'»titi«MJ of L. F. Parker aakiiif a
•obato on per»tJal tax paid for the y.-a.
waa on m-ftk»n rejectad.
The tioard ljonmsd to uaai at s*
o'clock a. aa., July 14, i«9(f
M.vaimi oa ik
The board roet pursuant'tb nf^atrrti
ment all menders and auditor present.
On motion the board prooecdtKl t
settlement v,i'h Treasurer Tobin, ai. i
continued throughout the forenoon, and
on motion adjournal to moot i::kt
o'clock p. in.
Arri.KifoOK SKMO(H*.
Tba board met pursuant to m&jtmru
ment all nlenders and auditor preeei.
The settlement with the treasurer
was again takMi up, and the followii
statement for -ix months ending Ju
30, 1HH0, was found to be correct, «LU
waa motion »pproved.
F(
TIM JLANNON.
New and kkgant lesgna kft
FURNITURE
Hm Btdroom tai Ckisfeir Saitss.
LATB0T DI8UHI HI PutMM Qooim
Handsome Line of Baby Oarriagea.
Espress Wagoisi.
Agtotfor the Mnger istmuag Maditnr«
tatfertaStat AI
IstlM.
C. WOOD* f,
^nkhtsmta~~
DRUGS i MEKCI^£5
mt snrmtttf, v4
PIU##wids, Albums, Fine Tnttf-f Koaj
Brushe*t tiond Toys, Fancy tioods.
Paints,Oilf, arokht-s, Calsonnat.
Wail Psp*r and a full iina 6f^
Patf! Medicinea.
CHOICE PfcRFUMERTEa
Prescription! car- fully expounded dat
rrieht.
"•AM AVSMUI.
MAI#IAOH,
i
DAKOTA
Ward i Vweian^
City Livery
At HUBBEI JU BltO.'H ma ay
MK
Tp-ra-
Deltrered tsaayiMrtot
the elty.
i. t, MlTvliJtXL.
v v
ici/^
great
r"
BIIMITS
1-
l'illHIK,, l',XR
1
10 Beautiful Educated Horses 10
8'
Funny
R. R. LEFTWIOH S
,-r—-taoup or—
Female
Gymnasts!
Mor Slows
lit Otup and for One Price!
Hew and Dazzling Street Parade at
hois?* Without Bridle or
•WDIOiLTS BI^DCIC
I1V PEKD8. NOT WORDB» WE GLORY
a
Omp Umbrellas and Pbr
A
0
frl"L
aaokrankforamoal
K
Strai^iitforward
,W'H' ,1?,^t,',rioe,.on
tne
by 8i.lM l»l«,r. A 1 of which we offer. You an
•iteii to iiiupwt whether wishing to buy or not.
D'. «»rs»diaswly
•Xti.lAKf
HAMIIUAHK.
KUNDERT &
fr:
uTIaT-
la
HMVI
Hardware
Garland Ooo
And Heating Stoves,
(Hidden Barb Wire, Inuf Pumpa^
%uruag Uoodb,
f/ ^H -^^1%
SHOWS
PROFESSOR
Educaied Bonkm,
Educated
Little Doukeya 1-
16 Performing Dogs 16
uul Best Troup of Trained Animal* wow Bofore tb« Pabfcrf
Equestrian Dogh aad Bauds of Mr-rfr
Ciuidnui uudef If y«n %& eto.
VVMNlSHIXilM, Kte
CLARK & McKINNOK
?/\'11,M,eU™
of
fe.. in the stato. Aa nice line in black. 1*J
any
1
nderr
K.d UU.ves,
K
HAI.L, I'lttA '•.Tr'"
BILLMRB
HALLS
JOHN HUBS, Proprietor.
1 7
V -W -..' ,«?
-*.w
'f%* -8
5
ft. P. HURLBUITS
TEOUP OF-#*.
Horses,
Dogs.
1
2:00 it
.Wndfwn One Day Only!
MONDAY,
T-iil-yr 21.
AFTERNOON at 800
HViiiilKQ at
Admission^ 60 ot8*
W#
W i*ir warranted. !... Osest Bsnraina.....
The Days of Humbugs are Gone 8y
no vaiue^ High prieo* arv the rtimatiog a|
buaiucHH houae W hat tlnn nineteenth c«ntur*
-iiiiefceeuth century
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