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The Daily Leader.
MADISO*. SWTB DAKOTA,
'fPBSOAY EVENING, DEC 1»
tjwmm-*li»aake« ami Si Paa! Railroad, wfctt*
109I1 aSec Ju I 1Mb
ete»»Qif«r .ratn fiosn «t«»t' ArrlWM
•«t fretxlit aelaf waai3
W:rH A.
1 rlHr.
*:«5
*:S7
Depart*.
PMMarer train going wmi
tfay «t«mt aaat{
:H a
lift
Arfl»e«,
ffcaaaeaaar train go«ac rut mskaa «enit»ctio»»
lfgars Tor »ti ootui* audit), aai p*M(D|*f iratai
wooaaocktt for alt point# north,
foiai vtc«(
Al«»OH MS*,
•t trot ii|t oort
fSSSlimiinl III
tnm
1'. *.
tk*
aortH
at**, a.
E I Y
r*im«JfAL mnM.
K. Kantman, et Stout Falls, i* ia U s
®tty
J. W. Daviaoe returned bm ioui
Falla.
Judge Howe departed for W» bom® at
Walls. Minn.
Charles B. Kennedy i»piry
lorI Html wood.
Bel Bell and hie grand mutter waat to
Sioux Falls thin afternoon.
Id Howell was a passenger east today,
SB route to his former home in Wiscon
sin
T. H. Scow* wfeo has bata transart
iag business in the city during the pest
two dayi, (t«pnrt for hia home this af
ternoon.
A W tad Fvt* Btoltzman and Mias
Emma Woitha wet* paasengars east to
day for Fond du Lac, Wis., to spend the
holidays.
K. Sampson, temporarily looatad in
Bveokiugs county, ta in the city for the
purpose of marketing tht ptcducaa at hia
Lake rountv farm.
D. L. Dooahue, a brakeman who haa
•Male this city headquarters during the
paat year, departed to-day for San Aji
toaio. Tex., to accept a position on the
Central Pacific.
£r. Owynne Md family departed by
tbe east
bound train to-day, en route to
tbair future home at Haletn, Oregon. A
l&itrt* number of their friends were at
the depot to sav good bye t« them and
Vfifi, tlitui tw*res« and hapyineas in their
tioma»
A full Una of Facrr Ti
4 iMly's.
I'Ki i TumMW hi endless vsristv of
at Itistei Jk Daly's,
A go«»d
buffalo coat tor
obtfc*i
& JticKuinon's.
Lake Preston Times, 2*:
at
|LO AL MlTTflW.,
tabiata The Book
moke the Double Exposure cigar,
liladtsoo grain otarkel to-«iay: Wlwsat,
4^to 74 flax, 06.
litem wiU ba a amaliagof OyruaCbap
lar K.A.M* at Masonic hall this evmjing.
Worxiaocket Times, 28: Mrs. Moffet,
of IMadiaon, ooasm of Mfa.W. CJ.^K»tWiay,
vanting hertv
llaHter harles JenkB entartainsd a
^•rty of his young friend* at the patar
aal uuuMrtiHi Lftht emng
i lian Powers of Wentworth is manip
ttlsting the electric key at the depot in
abaeace of Dick Btoneman.
A gentle aaow storm prevailed in this
Motion
this forenoon, and the earth is
oorertM 1 with about three inches of the
beautiful.
Our daakws ars makiagextanaiveprep
nratioas for the holiday trade, and pre
dict that there will be a large volume of
Iwfeiueea in holiday goods.
Wm
Joate
Brwnnan came up from Madron on l*Vt
ds^ vmt amt w+th her fm
pW Har little nephew, Leo, canie up
w»4h her and toth returned on Homiay.
It w«h reported last evening tliat the
authorities would make a raid on the
Whnd pig* to day. bul as the raid failed
to tiialeri»liz« it is presumed that a post
ixinement was made until such time as
ti»» keeparo erf tl»e aforesaid blind pigs
uld not be posted on the movements of
he ofifcwrs
.Sioux Falls Pfaa*, Wk Ma. E H
Hover ha» removed to Mudiaou, 8. D..
t«r» dha will makt* btc itomti is the
tuiora. She says sl*e wishes har Sioux
I- «4la friends to oall there and ase her
... Mrs. J. M. Munaon, after a visit
with her sisters, Mr*. C. L. Norton
ami Mn. liacrjr Paruiky, raturoad to
Madison.
An oxohatfg* «aya: Maw daaa la toy
baari i« the old yelk)# pumpkin, when
hard# are barred of stuffin for pies
when peach** and appiaa have both been
U failure, and berries of no kind have
greeted the ajraa. How fondly we turn
U,
the fruit of the cornfield -tha fruit
that our ehildreu ar*- taught to despise.
The old yallow puuipkm, the land «x.v
atad pumpkin, the big baUiad MW^kui
tbat makw snob good pie*.
Maiihin. Dee. l^OU.
»)V*sr proaant bat never
l^iofjuie messe'iger. death, has taken
fmm
our
mwwtj,
on« of its moat valued
members and most useful 0®08^fc Mrp.
t'larem^i Wool, aad
Whereas, with pnde we view in retro
fit the paat life and many kindly acta
our departed aiatrr. and e»»t»e3ially her
tinug labors in alleviating the dir
of the j)»»r and-aflfeatad. aad i»m
•mntu? to thfl nmmi* of tba sick and
oing, aad
WharaMv wa Mil #»dsa«b
our ttittt«r rreate*- a vacancy in cur
society which few can till tut acceptably
and none more efficiently, therefore
Bosolved, 'Chat with deepest sorrow
we bow to the will of Hi® who rulaa the
destiny of all.
Rsaolved, That in our future Uvea, we
will all strive to emulate those virtues
which our lamented sister possessed in
so marked a degree, and which won for
her a multitude of friends, upon whom
her influence will extend through their
llVCS.
Resolved, That our deepest sympathy
is hereby extended to ths sorrowing
husband, the near relatives M# inti
mate frisads of the deceased.
Reeolved, That these resolutions be
•pread upon the recorda of this society,
and that csopien of the same be sent to
the huabaml, parenta, w»ter» and brother
of our departed suiter, and tu tutdi of the
local papers for publication.
Mxtw M.utv Datisow,
MRS. S. JrjtBi
MK«. 8T. CX^vib/
A. W. Holdmik.e, Adjt
KxrwoiiTN *«rrn».
Alberi Ku mm#! and A items' Bchrotll,
who have been visiting in Wentworth
and vicinity, departed for their home in
Wisconain.
Dr. T. x. B^avenacm, of Sioux Falls,
apent last Sunday tn our village, the
gnest of his brother, E. E. 8teranwu.
John Patterson, one of Laku „M)tint?'s
moat prospemua Seandinaviaii farmers,
de(tart«Mi for 11 aix months' visit with his
parents in Norway-
Mr. and Mrs. Thoa. Byraaa, of Madi
son, apont laat Sunduv in town, tba
gusats of Mrs. and Mj»* Sheeban.
•ra«a. Win, Kwm.
Brandy is made from wine
which ia pure spirits of wine, is natur*
ally a liquid without any color and much
lighter in weight than water, and it re-'
quirtw tt very great amount of cold to
freeze it. The word brandy ineana wine
that haa been burned, and the only gen i oe
uine brandy is obtametl from wine by
distillation. As it comes from the still
iff ut white, and colored afterward by
burned angar, etc. Brandy can be made
also from corn and potatoes. Gin ia so
named from genievre, the name for juni
per, the berries of which are used to
give it a flavor. The spirit itself is dis
tilled from fermented oorn. Hum is die
tilled from a mixture of molaaaes, and its
name, signifying rich, describes it fairly
well. Whisky is distilled from fermen
ted barley. Tho name ia from tho Irish
word "uiaque," meaning the water of
life There ia found ia spirits an oil
which its very disagreeable, and ao strong
that a single drop will flavor many gal
Ions. What is called "proof spirita" is a
mixture of nearly equal volumes of pure
atonbol and water.
UftisBw|ta
Lake View, Ore., diapateh. 28: The
trial of one of the faiiioun awnmp l.Hnd
eaaas in Lake county haa resulted i n
the horrible diattguromant of Alfred
Henderaon, an agant of B. F. McCon
naughy, who in making it warm for the
swamp land grabtier iu the vicinity of
Wamoi lake Henderaon was a witness
against certain lands being swamp.
Last night T. J. Maupin met Henderaon
in the ottioe of the Lake View hotel and
after telling him that he had committed
perjury knocked him down and jumped
on his lace with hia heavy boots. Hen
derson's face is an awful sight and it is a
wondar he sarvivea. Thirteen teeth
were kuuoked out of bis mouth, there
are a do«eu frightful guahee on his bend
and face and one eye vvaa maahed into a
)«ily. W. iiuiiy, who attempted to stop
Maupin whiia he was danoiug tiaodiahly
U|Mn Henderson'h face, was kuockctl
(kwn by a revolver by Abe Jonea, one of
Mau pin's friends. The latter haa been
arraatad bat Jonea
tiraa iax Brsuwd Mr
Woolsey diH|Miti-h, A few yeara ago
fnrmara in thin county ventured to in
rest a few dollars in alteep an an expert
ment, and they not oaly fountl it a pay
ing investment, but also found it to be
more profitable tiian either cattle or
hogs, so that last year aeveral thousand
head of aheep were shipped ia here and
sold at the enonnou* prion of §4 per
haad. But at that high prioe tliey paid
front 2T» to 00 per oen' upon ttie money
invested. Within ti*e last two months
aevorai thousand more sheep have 1h»cu
unloads*! here from the east and «t«at.
and quickly taken by farmers at from
f&dO u» aA per head, and yet the demand
is not half aupplied. The sheep industry
promises soon to loud all others is this
county. making Beadle the benner coun
ty. There are now many thousands of
sbeap within a radius erf twenty li*«
miles of Wocrfaey, making her the iest
location in the ntat-efor a large woolen
mill. But odu, and the only drawback
to the growing industry ia that the
wolves and coyotes have also increased.
They are so troublesome that the sheep
men have appeuled to the people in gen
eral to help them rid themselves those
paata. An organizel raid is to bs made
to morrow by the siirrounding •.if four
towiisbips and moviug to the oenter. If
this raid is atuKseasfui othec "nikv aside
will follow.
We have eereral farms wbieh are will
trade for city property. Kennedy Dns
CITY tOJ IllL.
rrseofiiaKti mf the Hrpilar NwwtMjr
itraMitMi -IWMirrr Krpert.
Th^s reffuiar meeting of ti*© nt coun
cil wan held at the city hall Monday ev
ening. December 1, iftW. Present, Mayor
Kennedy, Alderman Trow, Ketch am,
Wadden and Tiorney. Absent, Alder
men Janes and Btnith.
months of October and Novaaiba»
presented and read as follows:
•Ai^av rv*i
Ort. I, to tattoo band i
7, aat. rec'fi from t'o. Tmi UI7 #6
N«» l~
»y UMHMt paMI oat
By bal. on kaa4
Oommittaf.
A.E MeetlM*.
All members of the G. A H. are re
quested to meet at their quartan Mon
day a*aniaff« Dec. 8, 1890, by order of
1, to bal. on band
7, aait. rtc tl ir^mt'o Traaa
Ami borrowed fron
fc,-ll fund.
Bjr asuHtui paid uat
By but ou tiaod
1, to bal. on h«Dd. ._ $
7, aat rae froai Co.Tiaas
»«v.T,
1
44
By
aaoast sstd
By bal. en aafKl
The minutes of the maatiafa bald lfo» Tint proje.-ted elvatrd r«ad in Ronton
vein be 3 and 19 were read and approved, will atmu«t era tc the okl «•Itureb
The City Treaaurer'a report for the th'
#SA
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"Teait rte'd from tie Tfsas iU
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ion
intcur rua».
•SB
mat
$mn
IMOSI «M0tl
Oct. 1, to bal. on t«nd—..—• W
7, amt. rw'd from Oo. Traas
Nov. 7, 1»»
Aaat transferred back few sai
f»«»
I$y bill, ou baad I'®
$149 Mi
•wBDicFAaraBMT rex*.
Oct, 1, on ba«4
7, amt ree'd irom 'o. Traa 7 SI
a,amount ree from tttata
Auflii"r lOS
Nov.7, aait r»-c r»'ta4Je.T»SSS
By amouui paid oat
6 37
1» 74
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an
By amount paid oat.
aaMft* found
10
7 W
1 44
7 «4
ia
$ i
10
It OH
«H»
Bv imu'JBi paid out.
By bal. u". band ..
i a». ie-jaw w*u rv*D
Oct. 1, to bal. on band IMH
I Bjr asaoaar patd oat
Bg
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By bal. un baad
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am. l««ebai.on band ....... IT
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4ft S4
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Oct. 1, u» bal. on band $17® W
7, an)i. rwe froai Ce.Treaa MS SO
No*. 7,
16 a
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The report was examined by the tU
nanoe committee and found correct, and*
on motion, accepted.
The street commieskmar's rsport far
the month of November «mm accepted
and placed on tile.
The street committee*# report recom
mending that a reduction of •lO'i.lt) be
made on sidewalks built in Kennedy's l*t
and .3d extensions to Madison, on account
of higii Lreatle work and sidewalk being
built is theatreet, ws% notion ac
cepted.
The follow ng bills were,oc motion, al
lowed, all voting aye.
i- I. tVlaiA», naimfd »l« 73, aH^wsd. fm.in
Uob«-rt 1-w, «U. ud!i»^ fire# xtilj taasi.... B'O
jkB1«a l.arr» fur «s»t »i W«U I
W iUlaiu Me4catf, *»rk
1,. forr-or*^ chUf of JMilce 4ft W
Ma.l»' U k!«• ctric Liahi, Uoat & Tower Co IB 'xl
i A Jubi* o, City Tr«a tbrvo raonib
natary aud po»Ugr w..a
The bill of B. Jenks for the com
pletion of ili« city hall was, cm motion,
allowed, as follows: $
175.00 cash, §2M.0»
to lie held by the auditor until the work
is inspected and accepted by tba proper
committee.
i w ii lard aad HtiUoc, Wolu aoattag esaasi
rotBi
olio A autL-r, Unrytii*dead dog*.
ds^ottfaad.
1
HUEltlD.Uf,
City Auditor,
tfce Bapttei
•edl CaU Mectiitc n
Cbirch.
The roll of church memiera will
called at the First Baptist church
Madison, at ft o'clock Friday afternoou,
Dec. 12. Every member of the cbureJi
residing in Madiaon or vicinity ia ox
pe^tel to b» preaent to respond to his
name, and letters will be read from many
who are absent, including former pas ton
of the church
Supper will be served in the lectura
room at o'clock, to which the member#
of tbe church and society, and all wh|
are interested in the First Baptist
church of Madison are cordially invited.
At 7 o'clock, sharp, addresses will ba
made by representatives of the different
departments of the church. The Dea
cons, Mr: (Hover the Sunday School,
Mrs. Towles the Young People, Prof.
lt» Cou the Aid Society, Mrs. Curtis}
the Mission Circle, Mias Staley tba
Mission Band, Miss Beruiger the Past
of the Church, Mr. Curtis the Future
of the Church, Mr. Amee. These exer
cises w U be iatersp^rssd by hymns aad
anthems.
Families have their rermions, why not
waT A cordial invitation to all.
«J F. Aim, Pafjor.
Both
te r.r«i.
Ovar TabSiyke 4 .UvjytadW'f
Apply to J. Koebier.
Tb«bf are ,ooo,M» beti at ibeep
and goat* In New Mexleo.
Cavai» v\ sardines are to bo taken to
Knrope In hope* of compeMn^ with the
Medlterra nean and Bremen
CaiUKHi phe»iiaiii.« wen iutraducet
Into the v itat fornsta of Onion t«-n year*
ago, and now it is estimated that tliera
are l,iWo.»)00 of them in the eonntry.
oid sUl,,,
sU»r
A
•, and will li'i/s..
round of Ut fu
very near aliove the
mou» Boston raasnat r-'.
A law has tMHui promulgated at Har
danger, hi Norway, to thr effect that no
girl shall be eligible for thi marrlrfRf
stat*) until she protteteat itt sptnaing,
knitting and liakltix-
CYmukui.\m»
BM4
«8
t«Tf» mm
umnramivML re*#.
Oct. t,To t»al. on haai....... JJ
V, nmt. ree front Ce.Traa* Ml
!No*.7 l«t a __
Mf MWMiat mM wafch
By baJ. 00 aMi..«*#*••«*—
oiiuty New .Ti r-"y
peach grower rented his ori'hard of t,
000 tr^e* to Pldtiea lline.H on ^lar s.
llines ha« preteuted hM lamilurd with
one-balf the crop. Ten |n a« he*, the
story ia, were the i iitlrr prgdaci.
Tmc Maaehesu ahlp i anal tblrtf
five mile* lung, iw»-nty- ii.\-fei't cteep rtri«l
has a minimum breadth at iH»(tom of t**
feet. It w|!! av»nimol*te t»i
merchantman afloat, and it will be
opened for traffl- In*fore another year
haa expired.
Anotiiih medical school tor wc ip
to lie opened in O-toiler ill tsjiiln v'.li»t»
with Que* ii Margaret wlh gc.
It is ha id that the demand f»r UlgMji
competent women la continually iwreii^
Ing, an India and the eaut bermn ltior«t
enllghten^i and uupr«Judli-t*!.
At a quarry near Salt Lake. Hat
week, a frog hopp««d out of a porket ii
the eentrr of a rock which had Judt bvi
blasted. The animal was of small "i/.
and perfectly white. Its eyes w«r«* un
usually large, but apparently blind.
Where tJu* mouth should have be«a
there wa* only a line. The frog died
ncxi morning.
As English writer telln of two,cat*
which advanced daily from opposite ends
of a long and lofty wall, and, rae -ting In
the middle, fought with great fury until
one or both were precipitated to the
ground below-, upon which the fight
ceased immediately, the combatants re
mounting tin* wall and banking peace*
fully Hide fide In the Htin»hine.
The City of Mexico In a* badly disap
pointed in Its census a* New York. Not
withstanding there are evidence* of
growth on every side, the new census
*how* a population than the ona
taken about, a year ago. The total
count is 3*0.000, and the
Tiro Republic*
scys it Is now apparent that the imputa
tion ha* always been overestimated.
mwirim:
G, H. WOOD.
M9AMIH IN-
DEUSS
S
MEDICINES
mt trtTumen,
Plush Goods, Album#, Fine Toilet hoap*
Brushes,Omibs. Toy#, Fancy Goods.
Paints, Oils. Varnishes, ('alsomflaa.
Wall Papsr. and a full line rtf
Medicines.
CHOICE PLRFUMERIES
PrcKriMkai can-fully oonpoaadatf 4v
or niirbt
KG AN AVKNl'B. MAblHON OAKOTA-
FAT ATTI.I IIOfciKI.
MONEY
FOR
YOU
HOLDRIDGE BEOS.
wtu »ag
Wf
Market
lee Har
V*t
Cattle, Hogs.
MADISON, K
UAttDnAMJH.
"i.
GO TO——
•.McCallisler Bros.'
Hardware Store and examiaa
JEWEL
Vstior Stores.
A oonplata liae of Heavy and Bbelf
pt
4
era' Materiala
arttettcy ia eeoaeotioa with Store
CAMfKITSV
II ABLEh tiLATK,
Contractor and Builder.
The Han(Wmwt and|
Brightest
SOUTH, SNSRS. KM.
M. J. GILLIVRAY tc CO.,
Dry Goods and Boots and Shoes.
NEW STOCK OF GROCERIES.
Positively a profitable place for people to purchase everything in fall ami win tar
wear. Inapection ia invited to a tine selection of Shawl*, comprietng all
grade nrd styles in Henver, Fur Itenver and Velvet Braver. In
ur I'loak Department ar.* «i, i.vmg a vatietv of
CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' GARMENTS,
LmU2» i,oth an.
A very good assortment of
WHITE ^.XTID COLORED BED BLuA.1T
Plusi. antl
in the w«k»1 hh will be found.
Hia Draaa Goods Department is moat repiet- with even?thing
new. Staple and Fancy Not mnw. Hundkerchiew, Neckwenr,
Kiblyona in greut variety.
UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY AND YARNS,
all kinds, aaaortment complete.
We also carry the largest line of Hoots und Sfi or8 in the city,
and prices the lowest.
I.AmHai, nil Ft ltllNNIlUS, K«C
CLOAK
DEPARTMENT
la tbe City. Uaylight
Surrounds It.
THE LEADERS •!, Q»—
A
A
E
CLARK
We Are
Black Shirts
Black Hose,
Black Suspenders.
,T
nuirx Surra.
9c
»R% 4.000M. BOOTS AND MHO KM. Ktr.
"The Sun Do Move"
Was the startling unnonncenieut niatie by the iter. Jftfrp**, but it did not or
BOB) surprise than does a sight erf the immense stock of goods at my
store "You will never eeil them," "The stock ia altogether too
large for thia market,' etc., etc., w»h heard on every
hand, lint we know our business.
Bound to
Please
OUR grocery: STOCK 18
ALWAYS COMPLETK.
-OUR STOCK OF-
Drsss Goods, €!o«ks. Carinas, Ladled
TO.
bla and
M. J. McGillivray ft Co.
Our Special
Opening
hit:
CLOAKS!
sttsm
E
1)
Beautiful
Jackets.
E
8
tS^And you will filKi oar ntwk uoinplctt^ III all its de|jttrtxueniM.^|
V««t Front HoUi
Blogant For dipt*
K
1
Nohhy N ea market*!.
TnBteful Children'u Cloaks.
Everlasting Walker'* Plosli
Garnionta.
McKINNoN,
Sym»U \TI Uwohl.
IP*
The People
nmI
dor wear (black and all colors), Children'* Cloaks,
Plushes, Full Length Garments Fall Jackets, Blat*
kets, etc., etc,, as ill as a full line of Fine Shoe*,
Is the fattiest and finest ever brought to Madison, arid while I don't give them
nway, i am offering great inducement# to
O^nts* f?i.
J. J. FITZGERALD,
Black Underwear,
Black Handkerchief
Black
Black Ties.
Tolxxa. IOriscollvs.
AJUI ji wmuav,
SMCTH & COOK,
Druggists and Jewelers.
a0UXQi'ABTKaS
Paints, Oils and Wall Phjmt. Fiut GoliT utul Silver VVatches aad
Jewelry. Watch and Clock Repairing promptly
and iMrrhauiralij wBam^asL
OTION BLOCK. I aoA* avatrae
HAK»:av. faKVKCTiaNiuiv, km.
PFI8TEK & DALY,
Bakers, Fruiterers and Confectioners,
Bakers of the Celebrated REAM Hit BAD.
I*'K CUE AM nerved day or evening
SAKKRV i OMrac4 TlOMJRJIY. Bte
STAB BAKERY
Lun
&. M. jyJLBOY, Proprietor.
Cteo. COOK
Crnmtrr,
Ice ream Parlor,
Confectionery,

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