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THE DAILY LEADER.
SOl'TH i AK"1
IFEDXEBDAY EVENX! DEC.vtwfc
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STAUL.
Joeeph PuliUer lwte eokl the New
y(rk Work! to a syndicate of Phlladel
phiMMforH'WAti'.
The salary of the ntata's aIstasy
4anborti county has beea redaoed from
fuOU lu |4UU per annum
The National Farmers' alliance ooo
vaotd at Oacaln. Pla.. to-day. Alooio,
ire hear thy gentle TOiee.
The circuit court for Minnehaha coun
ty is in ssssioc at Bioux Falls, Judge
Athens presiding Thre are 223 MM on
the docket
Auditor Taylor has removed hie faasi
|y from Alexandria to l*ierre and will
•ermaoentl) reeidn at the capital during
flu* t«rm of offic
Robert Buchanan, member-elect from
Minnehaha county, haa been announced
as a candidate for Hpeaitar of the next
fctouae of repreeentative*.
The Woman's Kehef orp« of Water
|ovn enjoy** the iiHt'.nctmu of having
fieeti the hret to furnieh a room in the
(ew Soldier*' Home at Hoi Springe.
Washington dispatch 1 Represent*
|j*e Oiitcheon, of Miciiyjan, to-day intro
duced in the houee a joint reeolutioo au
Ihoruing the secretary of war to issue to
the wtate of South l*ak»U« 1,900 nftes and
ammunition to enable the anthorities to
assist the government in protecting the
Citizens and their property against the
Indiana
Oeoi^e H. Heafford, late Hf*
tat paaaanjter agent of the Chjoago, Mil
waukae and 8t Paul railway, haa l*»en
Appointed geoerai paseentfer agent to
succeed A. V. H. Carpenter, resigned.
Mr Heafford 40 yean old. He ha*
been connected witn the company mnee
18bC, ami is i well known member of the
1/oyal legion, he having been a
in the union army.
Is Br a rUufirrl
A%»I ilssn News. There i« so«S SBSirty
to (**e the recommendations of Gov. Mel
iette's meeea^e on the matter
at
How can the current expenses
be n*et? It expected that the annual
message will make soiuf suggestions on
Ileum the anxiety.
Pteklfr* Still*.
Washington dispatch, 1: Repreaenta
five Pickier introduced thrse billn to-day
which are pretty sure never to be heard
from again One was for fre* coinage uf
»)lver and gold, and another for a servic«
pans I'm. and the third provided that tin
tiiinimucu pension granted to any soldier
or sailor be |6 a month. Nobody is in
eane enough to think the bouse would
give favorable action to the pension hills
At this »tage of the game, and it is geu
•rally believed that no wtvw Isfielstxni
will be attempted.
luDett Tripp XatervtewMl.
Hovoti dispatc-h, 1: Hon. Bartiett Tripp
UBH
here this afterGrnm. When que#!
jtouad ccHM^rning the United State** Hen
Utorvhip he aaid "My time is whoilv en
jt'roeeed with my law practice and I give
httie attet4*oo to politics I see what
the newspapers have to say, but no man
can say with any degree of oertamty who
will be ehoean to represent this state in
the United Htatee senate. The question
its one of vital importance and many of
i«t would be glad to know what the so
lutiuB will ba.'' lie dui not my whether
or not be waa a aandidate for the po«
tion
i^rmiMewe KeareH,
Rapiii City Journal. 3l: Two uttle
boys, former residents of Rapid City,
^ot lost some time ago and, as they'd
nothing else to do, a large number of
Kapid City youngs old and middle-aged
men devoted most of Thanksgiving day
to a eeareh for them. Highways and
byways were traversed and everywhere
that it
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powibU the truants might
He hiding w an overhauled, but all to do
purp^jst- Tlit* thflervn' ncuirching partite
numbered from one to u half do4eameut
bers %od when they would meet notes
would be compared and anxious enqui
nee fen- the lost boys mad*. Even night*
fall did cot see the search whoilv aban
doned b«t Tom and Jerry oondt Ml Mi
found.
•I fatal Vrtak-
Paj^eoail Xi»««5, fJ Two namtapioC
C^apt Goodwin's troop. Eightti United
Btatee cavalry, while a' Mtoneeeia am
Tbunwla} l«#t u. »«ar«h of lndtiu».
-auie ln^fuiktei u ,Ui their ill •ua*eesand
aecidsi
to h*)#n
»pre^ 'I tie called at
Ut
*Vor«* and r«ipr«Meoled that U«»y had a
wo* htnr»e aad wasted tome napt
^wood alcohol) to use fie a hnimsm on
$th« antma! tW got four 4 oat*e» vtato
tne lwj»ud and were informed that
titer must be carrful lo it* aes. thst
was a poisub. the bottles also
4.
marked. The made no reply and
for their quarters. They drank consid
erable of the stuff, the first draught of
which did not affect them Upon re
peating the dose, however, it got in its
work and the younger one of the two
vi-aa i mrpse in about twenty minutes
hie companion became the same in about
two hours afterwards. They were known
in the troop as Lon Hradlev and Dad
Lewi*. Their remains Were taken to
Port Meade yesterday, wbers tiny
be interrvd to-day.
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YttikUm reee. I: The returns
the *Lukf county speeial election are
ooming in find bear the stamp of bour
Ijonistie methods. The affair aeerna to
have been engineered by a gang of non
residents made up of etjuai parts of so
called democracy and so-called independ
entn. It is possible the honest voters
who seside in the connty and pay the
taxee will reeent thia foreign interferaooe
at an appropriate time in the near tvtnre
B«fv4rd UrlMlty.
ltchell Mail, '28: Peter K JeUemyer
killed a large tine black-tailed deer in
LisiKin township, where he had trailed it
from Borne. Cieorge Hurley bought it
and it wax not long before the n.ipplv
wae exhausted. It wae a tine fat animal
and the choicest cufes went quick. It haa
been all of ten yearn aince a deer
my
appro
jjenditurs and revanue, there wQl be a
ileflciency of $130,000 nearly The oon
etitutioo forbids the increase of the pub
lie
lifbt.
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killed in this county, and was cons#
queatly regarded as a curtodNf*
tlMN Tkn PlMlltS.
Tllere are a good many psiffta who
prefer old things to new things. £€»m««
tinias, perhaps, without as tfood res
»on for the pro.crence as an old befg»
oooe showed io the mntter of sboaa
Thin man called at the house of s
Ittdy and hogged for a pair of shoes
sbe jave lura iv nearly new pair of
her husband which he had laid
uBido for tome reason. A day or tWi
afterward the beggar returned.
•Mum.' he
S*ML
-vaa't you give
tne a pair of shoes soma old ragred
onesP"
••But," said the lady, "I hav« just
given you an entirely new pair you
have them on now/
'Yes'm." he said, out there's the
trouble. They're so naw, ye see, that
they hurl
bmlneec
Lavikk Them
baby carriage stood ia frost of a
small shop, in it slept a pretty, dim
pled baby. A drowsy puppy lay on
thu pillow, Ma black nose cloee to the
bnbv's cheek
By the carriage atood a ragged lit
tle waif dirty, with ecareely enough
clothes for decency Rhe stroked ia
turn the baby and the pupp?.
strange picture—the toau£fftrf' htktfy
viio cunning little doc, the r«^'gea
child. The bsd^s mother waa la
Um
shop*
Ire you caring for these?" said
tho lady to the waif.
A wonderful smile lit up the dirty
llitio face. No, plaaae, ma'aa*
only loving them."
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W)»y Kit* DMa'i Cilia ii«
'fh« litUe Bryant children goto bed
at six o'clock, and when Marjory vis
ited them, her Aunt Mary thought
that after playing all day she must be
tired, and hud better go lo tied at six
al«., although Marjory la eight yearn
old aud stays up until half past tevcu
when she Is at home.
Marjory nad been bokl to aiiad Attll
Mai v, aud no one ouppoaed that this
ear ly going to bed was a trial to her
uuttl ouo day she wa* overheard phi
losophizing to herself.
he stood alone on IIM piautt. aa4
iuokeil at the tuuaet. the hills, ther
wu'(df. the broad lawn, the barn, and
no orchard, w'th a email tigh of sat
action. Then she said, "Well,
hep 'most always something, and
*u matter with thia piaea ia
-ei."
Tut pope* doe« his private writing with
a gold pen, hut hi* pontlU'-ia! *tgnatur
If always giv»*« with a whtt^-feathered
'jmil, wbk'h I* believed to com« from the
win* of a dove, although p^rswt* who
have seen It say It must have «vooie from
a larger fowl. Tho same quill has tx-en
In ime for more than forty years. It only
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for important signatures aad to
krpt In an Ivorjr rase.
'fur theory that there was a connec*
tion between Babylon and hlaa ID an*
rieiit 11 met* hax mu«b in tic favor, snd a*
th idea «»eei3Bs to be growiog In import*
arc'- i may tw Interesting to know that
it tugf8ted by an American. Rev
William Fretit-rkk WilKaais, In an uo
ibliabed letter addressed to Eev Leoiv
arl Bacon, and date4 Jnne 1&,
TLi* dx-ntaent Is ^rcssx«s4Ui the
library of Yale ceilege.
TEXJIK
A
(taper make* tkle
"A rumarksble uf preu*ocltlor
d-aib
Tin trovernmeot of the
olombia ha# appr«trlated
'or relief of tbe
*'•1
thai
m'i.sy
their aorrown »c
Bmitn's drag
n*}
•IT
uf
ix currtcd recently at W*thcrfe#d»
11 Angel I. a vaddler of that
u.id bis wife on huoday that hs wfoit
rfi'' on Monday night The nest s»orn
itu* f" went to hi* thop a» usual, ar
raniced all hl» affairs aad wrote h?« iftU
»ottis home thst night hs res
sec hliti
»e)f in bit te«t suit of clothes srnj
fUy lay down oa tSa hed a&4 4ie4 atha
had predicted."
tsihKtu* and
the
could he pot ssoold W itt#,, y&y-
•neat e?f prem!«a» to the
turh«|Sil
+ii !egrur« !q order W
"t«n to thair native jrkr rr*
"•ntc qa t&v isUuaas r«fa»d eaaai a*
nelr cwr» parU«til*r pro^fty *ud t.Mf
rrul|it tin lor tMm
••Mios, te tb*1 uatiosai yvveruAeat,
taliniag that BMMbey accru.af fr«a ^uch
»iotnci fMM M.evfeodsi is I
B*« AI si rriMii.
The lSMllr». t»jr iRsefar
Kftrat IS»9 M.
Tha Equal Huttr***, waawiiialUn haa
9t«n! out the Nkwia| vtraaiar fur puUH
CHtujn:
"Hhsll we, who t4irough loofi datll
nights of wneptng^,
And cry so kotg fo» the eiowHsenting
morn,
laoeive aa mamm h»t eternal eaafu
Lad »»tnk at laat la hMfalaa^ helpleai
hlt«plOgr
No. no' l^uffn^iida, aronae! Let ua
ounse-rate ouswlvw fully to a pttre de
votion of our hoi caon of httiuae jua»
tice, and promt oar Ureal «, wd9 know*
iog that right must prevail.
To the noble men who voted and the
earnest women wbe worked for the en*
franchtsemaat of woman in our lata
campaign, we frank you heartily, and
earneetly ask for continued support un
til the end
IN
rtjaahed, for we have only
begun thin warfare, and w* shall nevtr
halt till the
\0mb
is won. Filled witb
th if* high resolve, we can take fr"h
ooursge in knowing that we have bees
made better men ami women for tha
work niready done having greater self*
reapeqt and a clearer oiHcnpreheaaion of
love to (ioil and juati«H to man.
Our campaign was upon this year ha
for»* a club
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formed or a dothtt
{1«m igotl^uid th»* equal suffrage amend*
men! wan aubmitted at a time when
there were three political partiee in the
fiehl, two other amendments to ue voted
upon, and also the location of our capi
tal All this had a tendency to distract
the public mind from our campaign.
Than the wording of the auffrage ainend
aient was obscure, and eonfuaod the i.4
erc, cooeequectiy many vot*wt against it
who desired t* vote for it. W* bnr*»
credibly informed that in some instan
ces tickets were used whet* simply tha
word "No" appeared after the ameod
ment. Others read, "For Woaoan Buf
frage, 'No Agatnet Woman Ruff rage,
'Yea.' Ticketa thu- printed are not in
accord with law, and we aak the fnantia in
the «tat*» everywhere to report to us aU
auch cases coming under their notion.
The Equal Suffrage aewwrntion of Houl
Dakota has lieen reorganimd. A fe
changes have been noada i» wrpten of
work for the future:
1st. Every local clui paying annually
tha sum of twenty tiv* oeots per metn
ber to the State Equal Suffrage associa
tion, may become auxiliary thereto.
AH soon aa clubs ar« reported to ua we
will seod free a series of tamon* cm civil
government, now already prepared for
study also one copy of
Council of Woman-
H,*hr, „rC ItffHWJi
(xtntf^a. „,
id. Aay person signing our oonstitn
tion and paying #10 into our state treas
ury may ieootne a life member of the
Equal Suffrage aaaociaticm of South Da
kota.
We aarne^iy hope that all cinhe
formed will retain their oiganiaati^ma,
and that, the friends of equal suffrage
will organize otlier clube ami r«f»rt the
same to ua Huron. The werk of or
ganizing cannot be pushed too vigorous
ly, ami now ie the time to do it. Friend,
what will yon do? Will not oaeh one in
to whose hands thie circular may fail
do something to start or help akwg tha
club already organized in your town or
vicinity9 Then when the call, **to «rniaw
again sounded, we will be found in
line thoroughly equipped for Uia flnqr.
Yours, with love of lioerty,
Mum
A HMITH IJKVoe,
Lecturer and rgaaiaer.
LiVRSV
Ward & Vreeland,
Al BUBBEUU IIRO.'B SAJDf
ICC.
ICE
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GRAND
ALBUMS
City LiveryJOHNSOH. OLSIN
&C0.
Delivered te hSjr parlfli
the city.
o y
O MIT( HRL1
SAiBii«. t^i-i.ri-rioss
A. MiUil, 4. B. IK
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VtwPr««f4«eL
F1K8T
NATIONAL BANK.
Sapka,
Siiittl Mi
A«£NEKAL
SSC»
it
heat use
u, *b».&
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BANK INS BUBI
UPBB TKANBACTKlf
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A eoaKtniMitwiMMHUiU) tayli^Ml
io eatlectleM bm IU}
.Uit»
CoBBalMPOWUflLv
.. Uhleaso: MMU
Siee* fait*. KaeiS
Dress Goods,
Boots, Shoes,
Clothing,
Cloaks Shawls,
Flannels,
Groceries,
HUBBELl BROS
r»r.*ijut« rn
Am )'f*f*r*d
mi
y
Beautifully hand finished
liomnm}*•
y—Thi»
I January 1st, New Year's Dav.
W JHWFFLVIL N S E I U I I
CHKIMTMAH CAKDH,
AMD
Mr
tmm
Madison Dray Line.
Fuel deliverer! to any part of the *tty
free of Charge Firet olaae feed stable
tat the acomtnodation of horse owners.
All* »At
•crrn?T
JD UiiiJLi.
HODGES & HYDE
MIM ewiiNil* tw for»i«fcta«
»f H*rJ
COAL AND WOOD.
I win I
si* p»«.y mm
Ui« city «*ir» chtrt*
YARDS
AT ILIVATOR
WMHLAKB
Til
9i
PLUUI GOODS
DDinCCI to
rnlutw!
CITY BRAT BASSKV.
ROCHE BBO&,
City Meat Market.
OLD P. 0. BUILDING
twpi coiilMtljr
on
bAnd
titv
t.
aa«K amiK
AN1TJAt, HOLIDAY
we are,
rtiolcevl
F*Mh and Coxed Meals, Rsh, Fowl
IHIIO
and
in
MKatSANIIl
uaseaAL
AS
CHAH B. KENNEDY, Pres.
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A
•m mm
A N
Storo
MIBOO
teita ihie
ia notiiet
WITH ELEGANT STOOL,
in
oak,
natural
ext|ui»it« inslmxiMNil will be presented, aa usual, to sotae
OUR HOLIDAY STOCK
INU
JKWELJ4\,
ChainK. CharmH, Lucr Pin, liiugw Initn plain bunds and with Diamond Mid stone settings, Braoe*
letn, find many noveitiew tK) numerous to mention.
BEAUTIFUL HILVEBWARK, including Tea Bet*, Ca»tore, Cake Baskets, Batter Dishes, Nspkm
B^ngs, Knives, Forka, 8poon», odd piece« and novelties by the doz^n.
Bouvenire, Booklets and Noveltieu. of theue we have over
nficeH ranging from 5 cent* up, to «uit al! people and nil pocket*. Christmas cards in quanti*
osa. fo*" Bnsday s*hoolH and teachers. Ht special wholesale rates.
IN BOOKH, we are ahowiug as usual the lartfeHt line in Bo. Dakota, having now 3,500
stock, comprising standard Fiction, History, Biography, the Poets ant! the finest Jnvsnilsson this
seaaon'H market.
For
usual, h**ad«|uartert in every sense of the
In short, we are, aa always heretofore,
Headquarters for Holiday Goods.
UwMcKinley bill vhftll nftlf this nr—mi
THE LOWEST EVER KNOWN
Dakota Book and Stationery
T'Ihl© IEBCCIC Stcxe,
W. F. SMITH. Prsskl«t. IK
SA XKFRU, 4MSI«I«AM7TBOMM, KS«.
W.
Uipltnl Mnrplns
COBRE6FOKDEN T«
Firs* National Bank, Cflhieago. ciiai
Mtnnehahi National Bank, Bkmz Falla
TL«AA
F. KENNEDY, Sec'y
9. It*
Northwestern Loan and Banking Co.
Madison, South Dakota.
GENERAL BANKING HJMNKSS
Mako •pecialty of fint mortKn^e and nal otot* law*. B«
inuiiirnwl, amivU «M acbool bond* and otbw
CORRESPONDENTS.
Philadelphia Finance Co., Philadelphia, P«nn~
National Bank of illin ois, f'tiicsgo, itt.
Sioux Falls National Bank, 8io«x Falla, 8. D.
SAKOWABK,
*as am a tap sw^*. Tl 1
?4NGt%
I "I CJONN1C! ION U i sT K
SILLIABS BALI lfc.AH* K««,
BILLIARD
HALL!
JOHN HUBS. Proprietor.
n»KMS aBSKl«%,
GIFT
prioe $276.00.
list
OM OL
our enstonsn
inchidiug LadiW aud (Mrts* W«tr|ie%
8,000
in stock, at
TOIQEMS
in
WOKL
Co.,
4m
PALY, Vles»Ptullisl 1.4. t*t»W,M
MADISON DAKOTA
k General Banking Business 1 ransacted.
WMttssMt money to aay parvw tssoa weno, ana ssi
principal fktropaae ports on
my
of the leading ttaee
QBy aad Moakripal Bonds boaght and told
C/oli*H-tioiit meda aad
at atssRheataT
E LAPP, YleS Pr»
J08IEH, Asa't See'/
A
Traa*
TRANSACTED.
iiv8 Largest
im The Best
Most Complete
-err*-*
Hardware
Eundert & Fit^sralU
AIM Wlo)w4l»
kad R*tul
Cigar Store
V. K. MATLOCK,
City Shoeing Sliop.
W k i
JMaWaaa Trotting
aad diseased fast onisA"
srjuuei.
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