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THE DAILY LEADER.
MADISON
Mil
TuEilAY
Til DAEOTA
EVENING. SEPT. i 1800
Lwral Tl»f Ttkk.
j«|M». tfliwaokae **d Hi. Pul ftatlro**, wfctsfc
ti«Mftct Jmi. 1, ISM
?MKD|*' W*l8 «OlB|t MM
1
*rr,T**
i Depart*.
V*y freight #oinK
IS
:S*A. M.
1:1
Hp a.
fSS**ag*rUsia«elacwMt J?*'
JXf
f*t1i
Arrt*f»* ... i 5*.
PSM*njk«r train goinc aakea c*at««cUo»a
U Bgati for «H oolnu aonth, arid u«M«nKf train
^o4ag wmi at Wuonaoekrt for »il pmkmtm wwtk.
Al'iao* Ull,
'Mwngor going north IN®
i'wtiir' arn v»« from *.b«»north .....M W
r.
THE CITY.
»RAL
Tfcm Tjannon returned from Siaui*Fti6t.
Win. Mod rath Esq., returned from
Bktu Falls.
*J. A. Tiw returnsd fcoaa
visit to Canton.
Mrs. Nellie (fcmsron-Willoughby
rived from th# east.
p. T. BooU and Alex Cameron
pMM»R«ri (or Bioux Falls to-day
P. K. Northey of Twin Brooks arrived
to day and is visiting in tt. JL Baldwin's
family. Mr. Northey is slatfen agents*
Twin Brooks.
fts Faaftie* Bhelton of Chicago, a
friend of Miss Annie O'OonneH's visited
in the city yesterday, dejwirting for
-florae to-day. Minn 0*0onnell accom
panied her O^ IlM joviMf as
Weatwoet$
Mis* Gafrie (Jvrynne departed for
(%*h* FHrtls, Iowa, to-day to rwmme her
studies in th® normal school of that city.
(Ml Owvnne wa* a student in the 'edar
Falls school previous tu b|pjnnng a real
dent ot Madison.
Bresat pin with 14 RhiavitooM and 34
garneta. Reward. Lots.
U(CAL nai:viri«a.
Madtamt grain market tt^ay Wblit,
77 to 82 fla*. $1.18. Receipts light.
VSeetric lights were placed in tha
Republican hsadgnartssa in Syndicate
bloei to day.
Btraat Oommissionar Metcalf waa
thrown from his wagoa tkw morning
and quite badly shaken op.
Next week will pe a b«M|y waak la
Madison—district ooart and the first
races of the Madison Driving Park as
sociation.
The rsgular monthly wasting ait tha
oitv council last evening waa adjourned
to tins evening on aoeount of a lack of
quorum.
The manager of ths Bioux Falls baaa
hall team has been (nstruoted by the
atwHKUMWott to aimk* dataa wtth ffttdfaon
Parker and Rock Valley.
Students for ths Stats Normal school
are arriving by every tram, and the indi
cations are that tha Call term will be
largely attended. The young ladies'
dormitory is being rapidly filled, and Mm
demand for more room is apparent.
J. Oole of Or
land township was in
the city today and reported having
finished threshing his crop. His wheat
yield was aeventeen bushels per acre,
and ttw fifteen huaheia per acre Mr.
Oole, naturally, la quila wall itkilad
witli Lake county.
Judge W. B. DtoJaoo, died at his home
in Or land township this morning at 5.30.
The Judge has been suffering for several
years from bronchial affect ions, and the
rupture of a blood vessel produced
bleeding at the noss from which he died
The
funeral will be held at the family
residence at 3 o'clock p. m. to-morrow.
C3ol. 14. A. Murray to day received no
[tice from the pension bureau at Waah
ington that Inga Oieson, widow of Ole
Dleeoa, had been awarded a pension of
11J numth for herself and $2 par
ionth for aash of bar nine minor okfl
iren Obi. Murray is meeting with ax
[oalient sucgess in the (tension businaas
At a riveting of the school board last
^v*ning, Messrs Walker. Clark, Butum,
"xhI and Curti* were present. The bill
•f H. Wuud, fC.ij, for school supplies,
rw* i-.ilowed, alao tiie bill of Bench &
-•, $l.'ir. D. McNary's bill, $61.70,
viavating, waa rafarrad to Walker,
and Button. The traasnrer'a re
»rt was examined and aooeptad. Clark
«ried that he had leaaeci the school
hrn«' "ty known as the Palmer house for
tiA per month A levy of 5^ mills
asseeeed valuation was made J.
Walker was employed to superintend
th« j»i»tru0t»on of the new school budd
Ida Joaaa* —taiy waa inori—d IB
sr month.
W «nsooket Times, 26: Miss Minqie
\uu*r graduated at the Brookings agrt
ml ooiUy** last week and waa mi
"taly chosen to the position of
tut-n is the state' normal school at
on. Miss Stoner leaves on Tries
next week U resume tt»e duties of
if and important position G.
aham went to Madison Wadnaa
1
He took a score or more of vie
ii%ed prairie oh tokens with hua ..
Blanche and Nellie McC-alHstar
Madison have been viaiting their
Mia# Flora&oe 1 zie, durmg the
tad will raturc hosa
A re«Mle Thief.
fdeen Jispatch. 80 Wm OeUina
•has Maggie Jessup. was arrseted
nona, N. I town northwest on
Missouri, for horse stealing and
V ,.. ».
..-"•-S'-./i*
-fr
is v»r\ iuhii at M»rr», Minn., and has
succeeded in evading tb© officers
until arrested yesterday. The sheriff
gets 8250 reward. The prisioner w a
brunette, only 1" vean» of
age
and rather
attractive, Hhe belongs to the sporting
claaa. The authorities wiB tafcs her
back to Morris for trial.
I guarrantee ny OAHOLINE to lie
the best
grade
.H?
ML.
defy
erf 74-degree, deodorized
Hed Cffwti gasoline, refined from the
twist Pennsylvania crude mi, by the
latest process, by men of lifetime expe
rienoe in the largeat refineries in the
workl. This is a copyright brand.
the world
on
We
quality O.
JOKR».
WlUm MAB1MI «AC
Thm renewing Will toe
a^rv*** e* tike HmUmh Karee te kr
Held Mep^teaiaer M* li.
En trantv fee ten j»er cent of poiaa.
All purse raises mile heats, beat 3 in 5.
Five to enter and three to start.
Ail races in trotting or pacing to be in
harness.
Rules of iwrioin Trotting Aaaooia
tion to govern.
A horse distancing tha fiald or any
part thereof ahall only be eotitled to 1st
monay.
Rnnninp n*i-es tmder jeeltey *lnb rnlea.
Ua-«w prevente«l by rain may be (xm
tinned or d«^nre) off by the association.
Races that oannol be called at or
before 3 p. m., of last day allotted to
such
number may be considered and clr«lared
off, the entrance money therein refunded.
Riu^s must be alternated
All races called at 1:30 |L Sl» Md
started promptly at *2:00.
Entrance to close Sept. 8th. 1800.
8peed pnigramM and entrance Manka
furnished ^ppUoaMon to ft. Turner,
Madison
Horsemen hear in mind that we have
the best regulation half mile track any
where in South Dakota.
Address or call and make all aatriaa as
soon as possible.
Stall rent in barn $3 each box $2each.
Hay and straw furaiahed free, drain
for aala on grounds.
iqrAL Wl PHACK.
Us( mt Mierra ef the Mrvml
ftsatleMa la lakr OnBty.
The equal suffrage campaign ui ptatty
thoroughly organised in .Lake county aa
the following clubs indicate:
Lake County, E. S. A.—President,
(ton. Wm. H. Beadle vice president.
Rev. C. E. llager secretary, Mrs. B.
Hagwr treasurer, Miss Mary Fitt*.
Wentworth, E. A, A. Prssidenti Mrs.
J. Johnson vice preeident, Mr. Geo
Beck eecretary, Mr. Alex Fader traaa
urer, Mrs. Hare.
Bran! Lake, H. A.—President, Mm.
John W Kkep(er vice president, Mr. J.
Hammer* secretary, Mrs, Fannie M.
Richardaotf reaanrer, Mr. (ieorge W
Btaiey.
Franklin, 9* l« JL ft. A. Faaaidant,
Mr. Thos. Barrett vice president, Mrs.
Hannah M. Betts secretary, Miae Carrie
Barrett treasurer, Mr. John Huntamer.
Franklin, No. 2, E. S. A. President,
Hon. C. J. Miliar vice president, Mrs.
Mary E. C'aaler secretary, Mr. Charles
A Millar treaaurer, Mr. C. J. Nichols.
Tlie Grove, K. 8. A President, Mrs,
Bertha Fox vice president, Mr. W.
('urtis secretary Mrs. Emma Tbomaa
treasurer, Mr Wesley Nicholson.
Herman, E. H. A. President, Mrs
Helen M. Cole vioe president, Mr. John
WhiUuore, seoretary, Mrs Belie Ham
mer treasurer, Mr. C. TerwiUiger.
Winfml. E. 8. A.—President, Mr. W.
C. Munro vioe president, Mrs. Jennie A
Morse secretary, Mrs. Louisa Rice
treasurer, Mr. 0. E. Weed.
Madison, E. B. A.—President, Or. E
'L (Mark vioe president, K. B. Hager,
secretary, Mrs. C. M. Wood treasurer,
Mr. H. E. St. Glair
•^N Wttkttt Ticket.
?*«ux Fall* Press, 81: On the norm
Milwaukee Judge O. 8. Gifforil of Canton
arrived the city and was met by a
Press reporter. The judge was asked for
his opinion upon the ticket nominated
at the state republican convention at
Mitchell "The ticket a strong one,"
said the judge, "and I am going to put
in my best licks for the success of the
ticket Gamble who defeated me is very
well qualified for the position of congress
man and when he takes his seat in con
gress he will stand up with tbe best of
them. 1 atn not certain when I shall
return to Washington hut when the fell
campaign comes around the state central
committee can call on ma tor help and I
will lt/ my beet too."
"What do you lay your defeat
judge," was asked.
,4Gh!
a Wain of otrouwBtanoea Frditios
i» a guses frisky like a colt and you oan
never tell when it will kick over the
traoea, 1 am satisfied with the
result and I am a rfjpubltoaa through
and through There is no use in being
sore You can never tell what the result
of a convention will he beforehand. 1
had hope® of success at one time, and I
have nothing to say in particular except
that I always stand ready to support the
ticket, which in this usee I consider a
one,"
Pierre Captal, 30: Ch« Eat No Dog
or Shunka Uta Jni, an Indian living up
Bad river, came Into town Thursday and
purchased some lemon
extract,
he
Gai'ITV 051 JtlMMI«»\:RM
ef Meptewber
Tax liPvy.-Btfla AlEewe*. Ktr.
rnurr
DAY.
The board erf oounty oommianoners
of Lake comity, 8. f)., met pursuant to
adjournment at the court house in the
city of Madison, September 1, 1890.
Present, E. W. Dyer, chairman, Wm.
Mc Bam and the county auditor. Ab
sent, P. Klumpner. The boavd waa
called to order by the chairman.
On motion, ordered: That the follow
ing he and is hereby made the tax levy
for the year 181# upon each dollar of the
assessed valuation of all property in
Lake county, aa fixed by the state board
of equalization, and the county auditor
is hereby instructed to extend the same
upon the tax list for said year:
For county fund(including sup
port of poor) 5 mills
For county sc hools (by statute) 2 mills
Bond interest .$10 mills
State 2 mills
State bond in tar
sat a•a••a .4-10 mills
On motion, the following bftfei Were
audited and allowed:
W. F. Gilbert, bounty on wolf. .$ 3 00
J. B. Groce, bounty on live wolvaa 15 00
Altart Bat*«. Ixtard and care at A.
Demick.poor person 87 00
Brown 4 Baeoger, 2 voucher re
cords IB 00
Clark A McKinnon, goods to pris
oners 30
Nugent k Brown, blanks.*
O. D. Barnard A Co., blanks 4 70
O. D. Barnard A Co., 2 ledgers, etc 31 25
G. I). Barnard A Co., judgment,
marriage re*»rds, etc 48 20
The transcript of judgment in the case
of Chas. A. Angle vs Lake county waa
referred to the district attorney.
On motion, the board adjourned to
meet at 10 o'clock a. m., September 23,
ism
OnWD DAT.
The met pursnant to adjourn
ment. Present, E W. Dyer, Wm. Mc
Bain and thu auditor. Abaunt 1'uler
Klumpner.
On motion, the following bills were
laid over until tbe next seaiion:
J. M. Walker labor on bridge etc.
.$17 25
C. Z. Beaman labor on bridge. .. 10 00
Chas. Bingham labor on bridge .. 8 00
J. fc. Stewart labor on bridge 7 o0
A. Hate* furniahing and plantiaf
trees for court house yards (JO
The following bills were audited and
allowed:
Fred J. Meyers Manufacturing Co., wire
guards for jail windows^ $21 40
Rensch A Coffey hardware flat
bridge, claimed $7.55 allowed... 8 82
On motion.
vthe
On motion, the auditor was instructed
to isfaue a refunding order in favor of
M. Daly for $lfi.80, the same being an
error on receipt No. 617 of series 1HH9,
These minutes were read and on
motion approved.
The board adjournal.
That Madliwa Tea*.
Journal, '4? The Mad
ball club returned home Saturday from
a apooessfui trip in which they woo every
game. They played three at Sioux Falls,
two at Parker and two at Mitchell. They
were met at the depot by the band and
oitinens who repaired with them to the
opera house and gave them a banqn*t
with speeches, ete., on draught. Wh
the buys sat down they just cried wiU_
Alexandrian grief that there were no more
worlds to conquer. They know horn' to
play ball, and wear on their bosoms the
legend so signitioant of suoosea, "Pierre
tor the Capital."
Ran
Parker New
Era. 30:
papers are making
Y on
tart
on which
became intoxicated and very unruly.
He was
piaoad in the city jail till yes
terday morning
to
sober up.
When
he
wss released, a party offered him some
ht to Bowdle lo-day in charge at
tJouchaian. hmA July ahe hired more extraot lint he refused, saying he
'•Bdtafgy Yofto, alttad had eaougtL
'T^
•rtid« Th llsr aboTr strf«-ml*n
Ton h.-r^h* »r,mrn.nn-'1 a 1 r- j'i r««l I
Sn*w«'f "hr »m u.alul n! Um pUuiiiff. i
«»i'
mhtc)- if
Ui wlit, 1 ui)t»is you. »n«! t«
i i»pv jotir BtHHs ibe t«tnKrib*ri at
thcH oflk* Uj tli•- ctt) of IIS Mid mMMtjr
•nd «U!« »nh11. thin* (iay*
of tli nammorn on you, excluntw of th^ t)*f of
mch terrier. »?.{. if von fall U M«w«r twld cow
pimlBt, witiiii. ihr wtli tp^l)
U
lb«- court I tb« relUf lm*(vdvt in h«r Mid
oomplkint w.'trv« tb* rMi •t
tin#
Witt, *r
StMIBtV
nan K
To «r)iow
W, F. Htn i
treasurer Wis 1n
strueted to strike from the 1889 tax list
the tax against the &WJ* andhi
NW\|, sec. 14-100-58, the aaase baii«
government land.
Tlie following bills were allowed:
E. W. Dyer per diem and mileage.$ 6 00
Wm. McBain par diem and mil*.
age It 20
f,
Tbe Madteui
a
big blow over the
so-called victory the Madwon base ball
boys gained over Parker. The Maduwsi
team has only defeated Parker twine
Parker has defeated Madison twioe.....
The Parker nme haa gone to Sioux Falls
to play the local team of that oity, and
it is expected that eome arrangement
can
be made by which the Parker
and
Madison team* oan settle, their doo.at*
overthe^haaaptonekip,
h*mt
A serf pin nugget erf t«pper and ailvert
finder please
leave at
I^aite Park hotel.
LI4.AL NOTK
Oifult oert,
fd Jo
Stat« of aoath Dakota,
County of l-ak« fd Jtodlciaicirentt
Tin. l.autiou Krank Koantalti Htatr of
th Iaktia to tb- abo*»i uarned dcfrndanl:
i an tirrtbr #«Kitn«oed and rwjutrrd to
aoawer to the compiaim of th* ittaiuiiff in tUs
abovr onlltlrd ai tioc, which wil) be Sl«d in th*
otten of the clerk of the circuit court o! tha a«c.oi«i
ladiriai circntt.iii and for thr i oantr oi l4ikut«u4
atatr Sooth Dakota, and to aerrf a copy
yoor aaawut to the aaoi 4,««iplaint, oi. th nub
acrlbcr at hla Ar,- lu tb* city of Madiaub, aald
eoanty a»fl »iat\ within thirty day* after the
•«rvlc« ot thl* aumiuuft* upon you, «?*elngiv« of
tti« d«v of
a«r»lc«- and if jrou far to •!:#»ir
tha aal'l ••o«apialii! Hhu: the tllur aforoaaut, tlM
plalctlft in tbi« actioo w ill tak tftdg»Biei»t
a^aloal yoa for Utr »tiin of my 4v« doilaf*
with !wtcr»--»? ui the rat'.* of jt.
MI
©out. pmr tnitua
from tl« 'iMltt day le«er«Wi S'K®
Uti '-'*1* a»
Pa«4 4a«'
a»d dinburaemotito of lhia actiwb
W. C, BBAMAN,
wat its. 1SM»
Plaintiff'* Attorney, Hadiaott, t.D.
To theabo*r named (Ufendaot Tako uottc%|
that b* cumpialDi In thr abo*r «Btl*l«d a«tl5
wa» Bi»l li: thi- oflier of ibi- fieri, of the irr
coart oftbr nccotiil ludirai circuit in and for I.alss
""V of^An^uat. 1WU.
Plaintiff"* Attorscy
Sum Bona
SMto of Sooth riahois, aoroed jadicUu
t«et aa. th« clrt uit ourt in uw for
ipsii.
41.
*ki
trlion
u M».ii»ou I) ihi» l»t S*r of Jiljr,
ML HKAV a FtKTKH,
piiiiur* ittorMf
ii n fc»»i
tMsnmou.
of Hiiinh Micond jndtcU) eir
tc ih.- rlrcnli rovtt in »ml for Lull*?
I'hari** 1. Colrntao. plkintitf, v* Hill
rm»k ihr. Annrtcan Inwlmrtt Con
|»ny, K Oruithr »nd W. 1. Til ford, defes
Tbo Pi«to of }««miOi llaltoUk u tbe *hivf
n«m«4 Y« bertrhy mimmnnctl
*»i«i req«lr«l t«i sniw^r Ui« eom^iAiiit the
abovr D*ni»: (..ninlifl which Kant lTlb.
1MW-, fll«*d In Uh iffirp of ihr cirri, of th* rlrtnlt
court ui otirt lor ijtktr ronn ty. Hoot to l#k
ot». and
K» »«T*r oony
at
iMr tniwar to mI1 row |l«tnt
OK Wi# aStwrfb+n at th«tr ofBc. in Ihr city of
Mudmofi, in And couiiiv au! «t»l«. wlthiii thirt*
day* «n«f I!: »i i-viie ,.f U.'« »!ir«inH»ti# otiyon,
•k(:iualv* of ih. .iav of «uch K^rvlce And 'f ton
ki'i t4. -Hid r.-mpUim within Ibr ttaa«
a|rrr«ant. »*i! ilaii,t!ff will apply «u thr ooart
a4 LUc /•l»cf l(vnaod«d in bin aaid raiaplftloi.
March 15, A ihmi.
MUKKAY A PORTBIL
Pl»luDff A nornryf, Madlaon, H.
Kotiwi of (.:- r'utnrrvblp.
It m»» co»c«rn—Take ontSee:
Higriwd aoalwl nuU delisted
That
oo Um» lot da_v May, A I 1^. a eoptftMr
•hip, nnS«f lb• partntvaliip nawr of ''W. W.
Sm itii A wa» dtilv formed and mnipoaad of
tk« following naaaed iiennim to wit Wisher
Smtth and mm A Troy*, both of whom rs*l4l
at the city oi Mi'liaou. In Ualu* cotutiy Honth
Dakota That th-!r principal place of buiit»M«
II at tbp city of Madtaon, tn l-akr Co., H. 1)
in
tbo pr«»rnr* of
iwnr* Of
i Hf Hi 1
itM-al.1
i* In
K A MrRKAl a II.MKR K MmTM
Sootium
A»**
A Tiuiw
State »f Hoiifh tlokoto. Connty of Lake
It r»mfmb»ri.l tljon tIjic odd»t of April, A
lawi, p»r- ni«lly api'carnl for* thr tinder
•tg'ird Wlil'.r K 'Hmlti. and JkB«) A. Trow,
both of \*hon, arc wrli known u m« lo he th*
Id'til ir»! |#rr-,,o« »ho»»' tiamr* tutr »uln»crl(jod to
thi for«Koiru' 'ruflratc
of
ct-partncrrhip a.« thtt
maJtarTK ther^-f ami ackoo«le«tit*d that they eie
the •am-- in «'iy and ordiuar ijr for the aaes
and ptirpoiw^ ihcrfin exprwaavd.
In tMtlmoiit whereof bive hrrcnato aei nt
Sand atid affl\i i! my notarial Mm! tha Say ana
ysfclmnliiiii .-oHtha
H.M. HTorr
Wotmrjr FsMIc, Laiio Co.. S. D.
orttjatt** Half
JImbp of Honi»,»r Aibrrt 8. Br»wrr, (aiBfrte).
Wanu- uf Morti!«i{it', Wtllicr Hmltli Uat« of
Mortgage 4ati' vs. !hhi kecur-'trd «l» SW 1MM at
4u tliX-k p.
111.,
ill thr Otter of the lt«-firlwr of
ofhafci coubu, U T. In Rook "11," of
Mtrtjraij ea oil p»gK 1«6 Thr aald Btorltfugf «H
ali«r»ard a.omuni 'o A. Walkar asd
which ioatruiiH fit «w duly rocordM In HMk "JT*
OS p8T2SSf t" rrcotd* ofl^aK» COtlutv 1). T.
OS
the !Hh dai ut .Srptruil«r A
1)
at
o'clock i».
Default hv«n mad* In the paymanl of
pnnripa! a"d iiiterral which h*caa»« fliif NOT
'»rr l»t, IS*. th«r» 1* now di»« at the date b«r*
of thr auni it' Jl.iW »#1 principal and intereat,
thr an in i.f Mil aUortirv'i. fera, atipnlatfd
In aaid Nottcr tr hrrdi* iftv«»ii that
tb' aald mortKaif* »i!)
Ih
forrcio«M»d by rate at
pohitc taction hf the ahrrtff of Ukr connty,
or bta d«p«ty, on Saturday, th»* 4tb day of (Jelo
bar. I MX), at luiiri ak ni at th« root door of
thr court hnrt* JMaai«on In aald i.akc coantv.
Hooth lakota th•' laud* and premi«r» *1 luatva
lu aaltl l^kt- rouuty. and d«#crlb«id in aald morl
»«b#tant »li* at fallow*, to wit
"1
ht* aooth
half of th« n«r'.tivirr#t quarter of tectloii twraty
nlnc rjs») tow«*iii out bandrrd aad aix (lt») of
ran (te fifty two' !W rontalDiuK one haudrwl ltd
aixty tfilil acree mun- or iaaa
Dsts4 SI •stfisna, BsHLh Dakot*, Augn»t tStk,
MKS. C. A.WAI.KKK
Mort((a««iS.
\Ui»m«T f5 Mutttiagfv.
WK1KK1L HtLIKll*AKIXMK
JOHNSON, OLSON
&C0„
Have received their New
Spring Stook General
Merchandise!.
is---
An elaborate display oI I)RE8S
GOODS, including moat lash
ionable talxias*
A com plet© (tod fresh stock of
GROCKKIKB. In Odd Fellow^'
Block.
it% irovr Anaf
KUNDEBT &
FITZGERALD,
iiAM.iif man Aim "»i'f
Glidden Barb Win, Iran Pampe,
8{X)rting Goods, ftc.
iiaibis
CL E- WOOD,
'-settee
DRU3S MEDICINES
ft«t »MTt0t/£*Y,
Plash Goods, A1 hutn«, Fine Tnllei Keapi
Brushes, Co® Toys, Fancy Goods,
Paints,Oil# Varnishes, Calsomine,
Hktl Psp«r, sad a full line if
Pat at Medictnaa.
CHOICE PERFUMERIES.
PrsaoripUons carctaUy oompoaadad d"
or light
SOAK AY1HU1 MAMSOU DIWIa
ICt
ICET
Deliveri'd to any part ot
the'elty.
Abaas
l'Cll LLU.
Citizeqs
Flrat National Back, Ohioago.
I
Qarland Cooking
and Heating Stoves,
*#**//&
Makes a specialty of first mo
municipal, county and school bonds
^Y'*
•«**.,
1,AI»«KM- Klir ri Kit ISIN !!««««.
8t
^fsm-MtradiackTv-inBtSM piek tka
Koveltiea we offer you.
B-B-4-J
BB
And avoitl the great rash which nlway* follow* Umi
of our fall ataefr—
For ovory l/»y you d»iay lessens your choiot,
rob you of iu«t what thin^ you want.
Our graud fail opening will br announced noon.
CLARK & McKINNOlSr,
NblCATE HJjOrK.
•Mil BOOTH MHO MM, KM.
M. J. McGILLIVRAY & CO.'S
UrULfFallidWiiterM
XDx3r
Fine Boots and Shoes, Etc.
I« arriving and will continue to arrive all thi« week. It is one of the
large«t stocks ever di»)laye(l iu Bonth Dakota, and ia gotng to be iir
fx»e! of to the public of this vicinity in #hort, order it firsts-laaa arti
(lee nt way down price* are iiiducements. All we ask ia an inafiecftlatt
of our stock and will 1m« more than willing to abide by the reauita
VM|h^t«»pectfu Uy.
M.J. McOILLIVRAT A 00.
ANKINti. CetLRCTieNS, Rtr.
W. F. 8MITH, Pneldeat M. W. DALT. VIoa-PraaldM. J.A.TR0W,
Capital S60.000,. Sarphn SKMW*.
MADISON DAKOTA
A General Banking Business 1
ransacied,
Will remit money to sny part of the Old World, and eeil tickets to and
principal European ports on any of the leading lines of steamboata.
C*y and Manteipai Bonds bought sad sold.
THE LATEST 1
Black Shirts,
Black Hose,
3"
Collections Blade sad praaplty
OOBEB8PONDENTB:
C^haae
Minnehaha National Bank, Hkmx Falls.
OHAB. & KENNEDY, Prea.
Wm. F. KENNEDY, Sec'y Trmm.
Northwestern Loan and Banking Co.
Madison, South Dakota.
UAMtlJiG
A 0E5KRAL
BU8INE88
Black Ties.
olcuci.
JOHN HUSS, Proprietor.
BAKKS^' (BRriecrieNKBY
v
PF1HTKK & DALY.
Bakers, Fruiterers
National Bank, Haw Taif
E. H. CLAPP, Vioe Put,
U JONES, Aast 8eo*y 4 Trees,
TKAMB1CTD.
rtgage and real estate loans. Buy
la and other Meuritiaa.
OOHRE8PONDENT8*
WtttfwWpW* Wnanre Co.. Philadelphia, Fenflu,
National Hunk of Illinois, Chic,ago, 111.
Sioux Fall* National Hank, Bioux Falls, B. D.
naic currmsv.
Black Underwear,
Black Handkerchief
HDxiscoll's.
BILUABS MALL, lWASS. Etc.
BILLIARD
HALL!
Also, WholeaaW
and Retail
Cigar Store.
and Confectioners
Bakers of the Celebrated CKEAM II READ^
C£ CBSAMe
"ar*»
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