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THE DAILY LEADER
SuI'YH DXK.TA
"SON DAY KVE'1M», ,1FA'. 8. IMP.
TKKM OF (tUIWCKlMIUN.
ftp wail, 1 year
g» aiai i. nwil6'
By Mil. 3 month*
IMit). by carrier, per
M.(t
ti
TO ADVlRTViKRS.
ftoclfei" Laewen n»»ks»
Inform*'i1' .i,t 'uins ths an*™
%u.l fp»nirr of tuc ciiv of
tlM •tat-»l tor* »««Utlta* It t°
«»f »t» rn»er» oi
*T A 1-, FroftMJtJf
PimV major it \, U-hn
eW returns, u» 7,»J44
ling to tbe afti-
IfiauL Schwatka, the areUe aaploiwr.
at Vermillion to night.
Tbe ladiee of Ktoux Fall* will give n
"charity ball" in the court house in that
e^y on Um evening of tha 10th. The
tioketa hm been plaoed at 0 per °°u
________
Ooagieaaman Ptckler* presence at the
National Alliance meeting last week
thought to be significant of a deeire on
pfrt to step into Mr Moody'i shoee
Tlx county treasurer of Miner1 OfiWSty
kin been enjoined froai paying the reh«
fatui warrants taaued to the county w»
miaaionera for diatnhatiag lettrf eoj
iMl spring.
A 84. Anthony Park, Mi on., earvani
gift committed auici*le the other day by
ewalkming of "Rough on Rata,**
booauea her iieet "feller" had been ei
tioni away from her another gi(L
Machinery tor tbe auumfactore
WftdtnK twine ia being plaotni u» th«
Stillwater. MIQD., panitMitiary, and will
ba aet running about January 1. Th#
oapactly of the plant will lie Sf.k-\)
pounds of twine par day.
Varikton college will hereafter be
Mlunteer signal aenrwe staUon and th*
paraphernalia of Um4 ol«S jfovernment
rtatitrr at that pltt*" baa kaeu ordew
tarn«*d over to tbe c*lklge aatbontu*.
The government will supply the neoee
aary report bkuaka. record bookw, etc.
Aberdeen News It i» reported that
tb» poetmaater at Wetwter aaa m-et***'
apjplicAt ion« tot loano »f govemiMBt
•Kmey at one per owit. par annual, fr»ii
mttm tioneat farnieni who were prmniww
tnch a i«»oD after election, if tbey vot«l
fcbe independent ticket. Tbey kept their
part of the contract, and now inatat tha
Um party al the Ant part aball d»-Ik*-
U•Two
footfMMla, miMtakift^ an Omaiu:
raptrt«r for a hunk caahier% made au
MMault on him tbe OUMMT night with th*
(•Kent to relieve hint of the big wad th*".
Wt sure be muat have on hia peraen A
p^rt of a lead-pencil, a half-oaed nanui
ticket and a tootb-bruiih being th»
pouog man'a aole "vunble tneana of sup
tpmr be was allowed iu go after beiu^
•avaraly handled
fongreaaman Evans, of Tennee»*», wil
ifeaaat a bill in oongree* which^houM a
HHXH»e a law, it ia tl»ought will have tiu
rfect of retraining tbe Indians from fu
tare outbreaks. Tbe bill proposes to
hiiUl tbe Indiana who have property rv
•poouiible for (ienrges oommiUed b)
Hfcpin or tbeir familieH upon the propert
0f others, aaid damages to be deducted
MOID
tbe land* iiin Intliann now have or
•ay be entitled to nmH tiiti treat una
Master Workman Powderly of the
Knighteof Latxir. in concluding a ^aeci
lWifnrr tbe National Alliance at Oaeal
flla., last Friday, sakl: "Let me aay U
JNU our greeting ia the most cordial ana
fcaartfelt. We feel we are a part of your
•Tgamzatioo Let oa all agree upon
ppur platform. If it w to agitate ami do
^ard work upon that platform, we are
With you, and if we are to vote with y»a
Import we will aland by yon at the
Iatimv4«l«m Riltar.
Ho
wart
1 Atl vance, If it claimed
that R, ii buwull, Lake county,
pledged hienwif to »upport Bartiett
Vnpp for United Btatee senator, aad
hereby secured the democratic
%t can't balwve thia of Bo well
•IKUIX* ACTMUX W
j/
Tlw ('Miwi«rH ItlM lairtwk
ui4 Wut ((ail
Mitclujii ikspuhi.y. W. A. Gray.
§f Milwaukee, of the tirm of (Jray ttraa.,
.*b»» WHM to th«^ cit) last Tueada), claim
ad they ba«i snountereil juartxite and
that therefore their contract wait ful
filled. He product*! some sampler,
fbich under a microeoope, proved to be
uarUite.
In tite meantime, however, Aiderluaxi
Ihlbert had *4k«B mples frwa tbe
ftratum that,&<r, bad bean pounding in
laid had it efauttaed and uoalv/^i by
fJraf. Calver ~*M the State University,
Whose report was to the affect that it
*ra» oot from a quart/ite bed. The pro
femaor aiao expmaaad an opinion that
tuch a strututu would oat be struck at
th*' depth of thia *elL Tbo NKtoples
friiown l.«y Mr. »ray ancf thuNe pro«*uisd
1« Mr. (iiibert ami ither» apiteaml very
lifferMit vtttder tb« glow. The city
louttnl. in apectal msmion TnatMia.
4*akad Mr. Unjr to pulhpi una at work
uiear tin- wj|l {fWtbeQ put 24
i itMMu wtib tb« drill. The for*,
•qpaae th^^laU fore** r«'p»fted to-day
tkiM- wlftl wan *tew antl that ',he
i 1'US v I
%hler
•tn* for Pnft
.J fc
•..J..JL—!L... I
"silver, y ho will be bete to examine the
rock. Th'* councilmen and superintend
ent of waterworks k not believe quartz
ite baa boec struck and »Ui uuuat upou
undiapatable proof.
A HIGHLAND BRIDE.
Sir Joha Campbell had balhrothed
bis dat^hter Margaret to ljttr4 1 -ii»
toi) while tiioy were both children.
When th^ day for the marriage ap
proachod the old baroi- regrete«l tho
bethrothal for the young lord wa»
man of effeminate beaut*, and uot at
aU like tha sturdy raea of ftgHtlag
C'aiiipbells.
H« wa« taking a parting walk with
Ikl* daughter on tbe day before her
marriage when tney found themselvee
suddenly surrounded by assailant*.
From their plaids thev recogni/.ed
msmlers of the outlaw olao of Ale
hag h. The two priaouem were borne
off to tho camp of the cnerajr' near by
under a strong guard.
Oh, if Lord Linton would oaly
come to our reecuo*** »aM Margaret
•That gilded popinjay'1* exclaimed
tho knight in a sudden burst of uit
terness. "We might sUy captive*
the rest of oor lives before he would
ritfk the soiling of his to© clothes in
ous reecue. Hai 1 for a moment sup
ps«ed that the son of my old friend
could tara oat tuch a lackadaisical
creature 1 never would have be
ihrothed you to him
Margaret was attempting some de
fense for her Iwthrothed. whan the
iiigtiiaad chieftain approacbod aad
how mi low to tha knight and bis
diMigdter.
•Mr John Campbell," said tbe chief
tain. you will pardon the seeming
auddenoesff which ha- brought you to
bin fasUiose, but 1 am but little used
u iho milder manner of doing things
the Lowland*. Last ulght, dis
guised as u harjiec, I made my way
into your raatle. There has long1 been
war between your race and mic«* I
bad intended to remaiu In tho casUe,
and. when the eight was far advanc
ed. to have let in lay follower* by tha
postern gate, and worked a bloody ra
veage for the wrong roimnitUKi by tbe
cona of I harm Id on me and mine.
But 1 found your castle too wall guard
ed, too well garriaoneu, I eaw your
beautious da ugh tar at wbaee feet I
now Lay tny heart."
Sir John uttered an angry exclama
tion, and made as if ha would lay hia
UModa upon his sword, but his bonds
prevented tiim.
Nav, start not, 8iv John." contin
ued iho chieftaii*. "Oive vour coo
«ent to the marriage of your daughter
with noe and there will be peace be
t««ecr the Sona of Dlarmid aad tha
Children of the Mist, as the Low
ianders call us. Yo i Rball return un
Uurt to your caatie and all will ba
welL Refuse, and—well—the mar
riage wil» have to take place without
your pavers:ti blessing *.
Kobber and outiawf exclaimed
the knight loo*e my honds and I
ill give you ray blessing with this
good sword in Kuoh a wise thai you
will never need another."
Tbe chieftain started la reply, w*rm
suddenly the mountain gorge wa*
ith a wild. rurn.lti»ous -hovf^
pouring into the narrow pars came
half a hundred men. sotno kn*ght« and
gentlemen in armor aad SQCne vassals
wearing the auipbeil tartans. The
ab»euce ol Sir John anil his daughter
•iiid cca#ioned aAarm at the r^ii^
aud a party had keen aaat ant ia
search of them.
In k--» time than It tak^* te!l it the
iiigulander- had been »-itli«r killed or
put to High! with the exception of tbe
chieftain. He stood engaged in dee
ferate conflict with a tall and appar
ently youthful man, clad to a suit oT
light armor of the hoest Milan fleet
who had lod the rescumg party
Looking at the gigantic chieftain
and tho slender young man who op
posed hiin. it did not seem aa if the
latter could stand for any length
of time the assaults of the
Highlander, but he wieldeu his
»word with such skill that the match
was after all. an equal one Their
Luowt tell thick aad faat Their
».words struck tire. Tb«- Highlander's
a word clashed now and then on the
armor of bis adversary, and the
sword of the armored man fell occa
sionally with a thud on the target of
tin chief Man. Some of the amp
belts hail liberated Sir John, and the
Old soldier respecting the bravery
and skill with which tbe chieftain
fought, forbad* anyone te interfere,
so that now all stood in a ring watch
ing the combat Finally the man in
armor, w*U hlng his opportunity gave
a «t illful twist of hi» sword, which
disarmed his opponent, and seat his
ewurd flying through the air. He
for« th«* spectators could recover from
their surprise, or the young man fol
low up hi* advantage, the Highlander
sprang through tbe cirele of specta
tors and ihappeared up the moun
tain side The victorious rffrnbataut
approached Sir John and bis daughter,
the latter of whom was trembling
violently, aad holding her hands bar
fore ner eyes to shut out the scene %tt
the strift
••Good kaight said 8ir Jaba. *-%ou
have donu us a notable service thU
day. Lift our visor that wa nay
know the featuree of him to wfcoai we
are so much indebted
Aiar^aroi, more composed now that
tbe conflict was over, raised her eyes
at her father's words to the barred
helmet of her rescuer. The yotiag
uaa bowed and raised hia tiaor. it
was Lord Liston.
The next day Margaret wu\
riwi with grea' norap o the ciiar*ei of
tbe ciistie aud tbe boit sbe set out
"ith US', itusftand for her English
home. TbUber after her
f»U.her followed spend hi-* .de
riming day#. As for tV.e cbie'tikin of
the- Mc Kaghft he v*as ^ir.ed in miti
night Vre v. and died liybit^iike |3j«
Sevperau «aa )|i wa»
j.W r.c
i.f*tcOi~N*i Ha
In
a
Nev
day, and
door. On
meat—tw
•"0**
iHt MMI One ef tte *«sl
Alstwlss* ef Mea.
The presidedi rose earlv, as his
*eep was light and capricious In
tibe summer, when be lived »t tbe Sol
dier*1 Home, he would take his frugal
breakfast and ride into town ia time
to be at bis desk at oVlock He be
gan to receive visits nominally at 10
o'clock, but iont before that hour
struck the doors we«e besieged by
anxious crowds, through whom the
people of importance, senator# and
niem'ucrs of on^resr-. elbowed theJr
way after the fashion which still! sur*
vivea
Oa day* whao tha cahiaet met,
Tuesdays and Friday* the hoar o#
noon closed the interviews of the
morning 'n other days it waa the
President'^ custom at about thet hour
to order the doors to be opened and
all who wero waiting to be admitted.
At luncheon time he had literally u»
run the gauntlet through tbe crowd
who filled the corridors between his
orticv' and the rooms at the west ond of
the house occupied by the fam
ily. Tho afternoon ware awav la
much the same way as tha morning,
late in the day ha usually drove out
for an hour's airing at o'clock he
dined.
He waa one of the most abeteimoua
oi men the pleasures of the table had
few attraction# for him His break
fast was an egg and a cup of coffee,
at lunch he rarely took mere than
biscuit and i glass of milk, a plate of
fruit in season, at dinner he ate spar
ingly of one or two oouraes.
He drank little or no wine, not that
he remained alwav» on principle a
total abstaiaer, as he «as a part of
his oarlv life ia the fervor of the
"Washingtonian" reform: but ha
never cared for wine or UquOf* if aay
sort, and ne mied tobacoo,
WOMIN IN A 6APS.
User ef vaew UM
•v|t«s* M«rlsg hti
Four hundred and sixty-seven girls
lunched
{rice»
York cafe the other
by
waiter
.ourtesy of the head
a nee
per
writer was per
milted to autinel at the kitchen
steak,
and broth were served, cix daaaeis
called for tiah,
had an
one hundred and forty
oyster stew and sixty-save*
took lobster or chicken
salad.
even two hundred made a tnea
ice-cream and cake, with a g*
ice-water Forty-five had
dumplings three hundred
were consumed, with
and two charlotte rua'
olate eclairs, thlf
and one si^uar a
pie e
each.
drank
coffee^/
of thrM itl
-•*y
n
DDIP CI
•ties
hundred
and
seven
tea, twenty called for
twenty-three for pop. uie or
two had claret, seventeen soda
*'.ter. and the rest, one hundred aad
sixty-seven in all, filled thomseivce
with lee-water. It is to this Kind of
diet that so many of our sallow-faced,
bloodless, flesh lone, shape:aa* woMt
and children can he traeed.
Ike Ul«Ulf««M »f
Tm«U
in the preeencu of soaker
usually remain perfectly still. InT
this la their only safety. For did
they make the !cast movement they
would be immediately caught 1 ha*
known a hungry -make to lio wa.iting
an hour for a frog to move, and evear
puah him with the noee to stir him up.
This hatt been called "snake en arm
ing.'* and indeeti it looks like i-, but
the toad u the charmer and the *n»kw
I
the charmed. I retnemher one day
dropped a lojfd in thu midst ol a p|t
oi snake* 1 iaad in my back yard ll»
at onoe becs*no )»erlacUy still, Uioughr
surrounded by oore than a deteo bun—
gry snakes Vhlere was a circle ot
he roe head* at*i glaring eyes s rounds
him. bi.t hn tisuu..ii not move. The
circin narrows:t until the protruding
tongues aimdst touched him. yet. he
was tmcnova hie. JTuftt then I
called away tor over half an hour,
but on returv ,iug found the toad, iia
grave digw.ty. still boldlag tha fsri
by moat me terly macuvlty.
hMaliar Tt»t«.
Aa tas nlest speeches an Mat'al
ways thoaie made on ptrpoMi." So
at least W lought a gentleman who waa
walking !11rough the lia^tcje FubUc
(•ardeu, .xnd »ou^hi to aan,-tt himself
by questioning some boy* ^whom he
fouud pmylng near tha'Wa^Uagtoa
statu«k t*ere.
"Ism
he Tio appso«Bhs^
tbe fruisp of ra^ifud urchiaa "%ao i»
thai essiieman up ^lere?1'
Th© If oy» looked wagueVf akout, Sflki
n*»i« A briskly
•Whpit gentleman, air?"
••Tbe «e up therw aa tha broepe
hone
•Oh. tuat
surge
Casual gum,
waa thas concerted r«[iy. am the reo-*
tleman walked e»a feeiaig caat be
bad aou neemed aa fuaacy a.-, ho bad
intend^dl A* he sent fa-we-ver. he
ineartt Ujy »ay Hr thai others, la
-tKKi i«»ajf»d deriefcea* *lle ealled
Wtmtnsn93$j0 gva^mmo
Ouo of the "^airt r»? Mlas
betb liislandV trip nroiasd tue
world i* w-»n«^iOl gown Ja^aa#M
rainbow -repa. a material described
um silveQf white daitiil woien stuff,
with a fine i-rapy twill a ,.oin
iigbt sheen o »r|Mag lat&u i i»ive
-.-•tore of pale rom ligb- ?«!& fa^
Mtsa. dim green aa|ft shadowy ilac. all
-ugge»t«"* rather than aeSatad, aad
gitiiM»*ir.rjg in Ihe- warp and woof of
the be»«'~da 'mbrk*. wbw-h on«r uunute
h*m*m wititeai«r an# the n«xt oofteea
to uieiUfl«r fei*eiines^. At a
•*m by .Sir MatoU* the
•.aAt«n|iaiw'•#! of the
»a»Ktr or»her mrusffh,1
VVT- «V, *r'.
a
i
hieen orders contained
three
lamb rhopa
five ham -d three mutton slew
Twenty-soveu
bouls of soup, chowder
n
Jk— Qj
ot apple
cute of pie
on«
hund
r"1
seventy chcw-
Nv-olno
creampuffs
yard of Washington
pie cut iniose".^,
A
i» taAb
FUEL
F10DQE8 Sc HYDE
COIL AND WOOD
Aa4 wl» tk* •aaw te s»y faftel
tk« city wttiHMt eksr*»
7AADS AT MUKV ATO* "At**
y'A I mat t^kbiMTieia. Kte
'n
jF* '*&• '4t
L. B. Kksms,
Cs»hi*t
A
vf-'SUu.l:
F1K8T
NATIONAL BANK.
Capitst tad Safla, ISIiXI.
A QKNBRAL BANKING BU8I-
NK88 TRANSACTED.
Mi asM.
lar-A collector
n I(UB1 to roilsetioM Wr, •nneeadioK coesirj
tarttoMr
capitaUats.
OoawaFoitpnia:
C»eftfr*t*«t1»i»el »««*, w«-w Vsse. West Ma
tloMl HU ioi FftlU II•llfiMl
B«ui.»wts» s*»s. IHkaU.
Ward & Vreelaad,
City Livery,
At BUBBKLL IUUXVBABN.
I SAI. wess.
HOBBLLL BEOS,
rRAi
KBa t»-
A*» raopBzsrrolut or rag
Madison Dray Line.
1 ,«t
U any part of the city
Plrst olaaa feed stabw
isttiton "f horse ownsia
free of bat®*
•or the sc^imwi
H. WOOD,
upas fcEIICINES
MttTtrmiw,
t»oods. Albums, Fine Toilet *»er*
Brusive*. Oomtis. Tejra, Fsncy Oi*«Js
flfr- Otis, Vara lakes, (Jslsoaitee.
Wall Paper, and full line (4
PatMSi Medicines.
CHOICE PERFUMERIES
PiwsHptfOas eerefelly aa* II da?
or awht.
HASria^ ft I
.icJ*.
GRAND'AN TUAL HOLIDAY GIFT
to iU customers ibu aeaaon is anotlktr
Parlor Grand Cabinet Organ
WITH ELEGANT STOOL,
Beantifully hand finished in natural oak, list prioe $876.00.
Remember—Thia exquisite uiftrament will be presented, tm tmuU, to m«o« cm* of oar cvmicmim
aa Jmmsy ^®jur'»
OUR HOLIDAY STOCK
fc jo«itiTely unHurpanaed, eap«H'ially in I?INE JEWELRY, including Ladies' and Genu* "Wat^lie®,
Chains, Chmrms, Lace Pins, KingH lxtn plain landii and with Diamond and atom* settings, Brai*»
K'tn, and many novel tie* too numerouK to mention.
BEAUTIFUL HILVBRWAHE, including Tea Beta, Csstois, Cake Boskela, Butter DWIMI, NaptiB
Kin^a, Knives, Forks, SjxionH, odd pi«*»:es and novelties by th* dozen.
CHKIKTMAH CAHDH, Souvenirs, BMkVtH and Novelties, of theB** we have over 8,000 is stock, jk
ranging from o oenta up, to mit mil people and all pockets. Christmas cards is cft&anifr*
i^s, for Han day Hchoola and teachenj% st Hjm-ial wholesale rates.
IN BOOKH, WE are ahowing AS usual the largeHt line in So. Dakobu hsving now 2,500 Tehtntss fak
Ktock, comprising standard Fiction, Hi tory, Biography, the Poeto and thf finest Juvenilesm this
tieasoa'K naarkut.
For ALBUMH AKD PLUSH GOODS we cars, ss usual, headquarters ia every mme oi the word.
i
WM BLAKK. Manager.
In ahor ly we are, as always heretofore,
Headquarters for Holiday Goods.
v w e a
I KIU
LU THE.
1AWEST EVEB KNOWN.
"Xls.©
Dakota Boot and Stationery Co,
'.TZdcjzz
Vi
w
Will nmit mom to aay part of the Old World, aad
principal European porta on any of the
CMf and Municipal bonds tmagbi and sold.
CHA& B. KENNEDY, Prea.
Wm. F. KENNEDY, Beo'y A
•wsmswssi
ISO* flQ '0
•TTIV HHOr
|ilp« t/fcj iifcW»wv
1
S
HOkl»(..C«l.l.»C(TIO«a. ItC.
W.F. BMfTH. PrrakM. f. PALY. Vlaa Pmetdeat. #. A. T®t»W,OmMw
iGifi^eris ]\Tq1ioriql
v:
mul"' tin* Hwa'i prieai
Stoxo-
CsplUl SotMMNi. 8oi^llU 11M00.
AD1SON DAKOTA
k General Banking Busines? Iransactai
Uoliectiom aada aad pixasptly
OORRG8PONDEN19:
Plcst Natioaal Beak. Chicago. Chass Katioaal Bsak, Net Ymk
Minnehaha Katk»al Bsak, Sioux Falla
Norttwestern loan and Banking Co.
Madison, fctoutn Dakota.
AfflffiKRAL BANKING BU8INKS8 TBAH8ACTB1.
Slttiffl specialty of #"t •orl«««* and rati mUtr loua. Bay
municipal, county snt wtaol bond* and otkw ••oaritiaa.
o,
C0RHE8 PON DENTS.
Iphfa'Ttrt an re
Co..
£. H. CLAPP, Vice Pwe.
f. L. IONB8, Aaa't Sec y A Treae.
Philadelphia: $1*11.,
National Bank of Illinois, Chicago, 111.
Hmux Full* JStUumul Bank. Bioux Fails. 9 D.
RAMfAU.
Tht Largest,
The Best
Most Complete
WTO
BALLI
JOHN HUBS. Proprietor
ITV ••5 41" MAtSKt.
ROCHE BROS.,
City Meat Market.
OLD 0 BUILDiWG.
P«esh and "mi Meat^. Fish, Fowil
a jftfl ff AH
ittMjk,
Hardware
Zundert & Pita0B
in UObiXl5CT'H)N V. Mil sTO&A.'
B1LLU1P •AliI*
8IILIMI
/ft"
•w
aIdti.
sap
Alee, Whol«ali
aad Retail
Cigar Storft
v
«y *srtsf
Delivered ts
ftke sU#.
i e. im HMA

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