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The Daily Leader's First An niversary. A Daily Record of Local Events In Madison for Otte Year Thlnys Foifottea Recalled XarriajECH. Birth*. Deatli—llappy F.v«ntw. and I'athelle Kerollre ompl«'te IMary of One Year** 1-lfr In !Wn«l Uouaud I.»kc County. MONDAY, April A 7, 1891. THK DABY LKADKR was established.... Mrs. Hager and Mrs. Dr. Clark canvassed the city in the interest of the Merchants' carnival .. .Thecity caucuses in the evening. 8. A son was born to M. J. MeGilli vray and wife... .James Garry departed foi West Superior, Wis... .State Treas urer Smith returned from A business visit to New York City. 9. The ladies of the Presbyterian church received a draft for $200 from the east to be added to their church building fund... .The spring term of the Stale Normal school opened.... City conven in the evening. 10. The proposition of Karr «fc Richey to sink an artesian well accepted The Catholij ladies' fair at the ope/a house in the evening. 11. J. W. Davison purchased the Huen kemeier stock oi' goods. 12. L. 11. Ket'i-e and wife returned from a visit at Artesian... .J. A. Trow preparing to commence work on the mo tor line. 14. Mrsl A. W. Clark und Annie D.i vison went to Brookings to attend the Presbytery Luke Wessel and Ida Mellon were married, and departed for Nebraska City, Neb., on a wedding tour. L". City election... The annual en campment of the Lake Madison Veteran association located at Madison 1. Dr. Clough returned from New York City The Citizens National bank declared a semi-annual dividend of 5 per cent, and added £1,000 to its surplus.... The school lands leased... The ladies of the Presbyterian church honored Mrs. C. HL Dye with a o'clock tea at the resi dence of Mrp. J. B. Jenks. IT. Mrs.Wheelerand daughter arrived from Washington on a visit to Mrs. J. D. Andrews.... R. B. Fitzgerald confined to his room by illness... .Sale of stock at LuBelle Kane he. 18 Contractor Glover commenced work on Mrs. McNallv's residence. 10 Thos. Walker returned from the Pacific coast Rev., Anna Shaw arrived and was the guest of Mrs. W. K. Smith. 21. An enthusiastic equal suffrage meeting at the opera house last evening (Sunday) addressed by Rev. Anna Shaw \. J. Corneleysen entered upon his duties as collector for the Deermg Har vester company F. A. French engaged to instruct the K. P. band. 22 John Pfister and Mary Connelly married at the Catholic church... .Smith 3c Cook and F. R. VanSlyke «fc Co. ex change store rooms .. Social hop at Tim Lannon's warehouse in the evening. S3. Busy Bee social at the residence of Mrs. M. L. Clark Belle Ketcham entertained her young friends at a birth day party. 24. J. J. Fit /.gorald returned from a session of the Democratic state central committee at Huron. two-legged colt foaleil on An- dnw Mogar's farm brought to the city ... .Social dance at D. 11. Kilroy's in the erening. 20 John McCormick purchased two lots from John Buckley adjoining Mr. Buckley's residence on the north. 2*. The Choate Dramatic company opened a week's engag'-mei^ at the op era house in the evening. 20. The first carload of ties for the motor line arrived... .Uniformed rank of K. P.'s organized in trie evening. 30. Plat of Idlewood Park. Lake Mad ison, filed for record ... .The Ys gave a social at the residence of Mrs. R. C. Mc Callister in the evening. Thursday, May 1. Absolute prohibi tion prevailed in the city for at least one day. 2. Track-laying commenced on the motor tine. ...Alex Cameron went to Sioux Falls, i He don't visit the Queen City nowadays). A meteor passed over the city from northwest to southwest... .Foot race, Clark Elliott, Lou White and W. M. Mo lumby contestants .. .J. A. McGovern and S. E. Baldwin arrived.... Barnard benefit entertainment at the Baptist church in the evening. Snow and yesterday (Sunday ...Mrs. J. D. OWB occupied her present resident ...First meeting of the now city council in the evening. 6. Mrs. John Pfister found dead by her husband.... I he remains of Mrs. Haywood, sister of the late J. D. An dres, arrived frdm Brookings and were buried in the Madison cemetery. 7. L. H. Keene departed for New York JNftd Boston on a business visit... .Com mittees appointed to entertain the Ma SOtii'.- grand lodge. H. F^ntrxil of Mrs. John Pfister from the Catholic church. A). A large ddegntion of local K.. P.'s «Mnt to Dell Rapids to institute a lodge ...Work commenced on the Grand View hotel at Lake Madison. 10 C. M. Klotzbach returned from a vifcit to towns on the Northwestern road. 1*2. J. M. Preston returned from the Hot Springs greatly improved in health .. .Clerk Curtis issued the first marriage license in the history of Lake county to Mom M. \!me and Anne Anthon Ba of Farniiugton township State board of Wigents arrived. 13. Business men's meeting at Benj. WyckofTa c.Iicc- for the purpose of organ ising a ball liBwxnation ...Recep tion tendered the board of regents at the ^filiate Normal school building in the ev ening. M. J.N. lifirtbauer and family de. parted for Broken Bow, Neb Judgo Mid ra. N. 1L Downs celebrated their golden wedding at the opera house in the eirening. The Post and Relief corps ordered .,#,illag for the public school building ... Jtsurprifl' party at the home of Mrs. 'John Driscoll in the evening. Sheriff L(?e shoot* a dozen goose at the -lay pigeon «*ntest... Mer chant s'oa.-nival at the opera house in the evening. 17. The funeral of John Keegan, Sr., ijtid from the Cathotto church .. D. Sheehan and family returned from Hot Springs, Ark. 19. Farmers report the Ctopa J& ex cellent condition. V, 2*'. Superintendent* Erwin and Col lins arrived to consult, with J. A. Trow in regard to the motor line bridge. 21. Rev. Dr. GWynne's family arrived Freddie Preston injured by a motor car. 22. Mrs. Dr. Du ff departed for Church ville, N. Y Mrs. Munson and daugh ter departed for Oswego, N. Y Wal ter Stark injured by )eing run over Geo. Scott's pony Mrs. Lewis gave a inus icale at the opera house in the evening. 23. Prof. Updyke of Brookings in the city. 24. Matilda Ilirulman lectured at the Methodist church in the evening. 20. Special election for police justice in which J. H. Williamson was success ful. 27. First base ball game of the season —Madisons vs. Egana, in which the for mer were successful. 28. Von Jacobs fell from his pony arid broke his right arm. 20. Prof. CiofT departed for Plankin ton to deliver the Decoration day ad dress. :10. Decoration day. Imposing cere monies by (Jen. Shields Post, G. A. R. The business houses handsomely decor ated. ... Firemen's field sports at the fair grounds in the afternoon and a ball at the opera house in the evening. 31. Dr. nnd Mrs. F. N. Palmer re turned from Blue Earth City, Minn., ac companied by Miss Clara Merrill. Monday, June 2. John McCormick departed for Colorado on a health-seek ing tour. 3. J. II. Cole exhibited samples of growing grain at THE DAILY LKADER of fice. 4. Mrs. V. R. Wadden and daughters, Gracie and lletta, departed for Lanes boro. Minn Fourth anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. George Cook. Remonstrance against granting the Electric Light company an exclusive franchise presented to the city council. 0. Machinery for sinking the artesian well arrived... Medal contest at the op era house in the evening, at which Stella Brown won the prize. 7. County democratic mass cotaven tion held at the court house, and dele gates to the state convention elected. The Masonic grand lsdge held its first session.... Race at the park between C. A. Saxby's horse and Dr. Hull's pony .... Madison decided to celebrate the Fourth of July. 10. Mrs. D. B. Finch arrived from Woonsocket on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Preston.... W. Smith slightly injured in a 'caboose at Egan while en route to Sioux Falls. 11. The Masonic Grand lodge ten dered a banquet at the Grand View hotel, Lake Madisou. 12. The Masonic Grand lodge ad journed. 13. Archibald McGillivray arrived from Canada on a viBit to his brother, John McGillivray. 14. Rt. Rev. Bishop Marty arrived to administer the sacrament of contmna tion at the Catholic church Students of the Normal school enjoy a picnic at Lake Madison... .Willie McGrath enter tains his young friends, the occasion be ing his eighth birthday. 1G. Bishop Marty confirmed a class of 47 at the Catholic church yesterday (Sunday) The annual camp meeting of the Seventh Day Adveutists begins at Lake Herman... .A son was born to C. H. Wood and wife. 17. Members of the fire department depart for Pierre to attend the State Firemen's tournament... .Classexercises of the State Normal school... .The Lit tie Tycoon was presented at the opera house* in the evening under the auspices of Mrs. W. II. Dempster. 18 News of the death of May Van Doren at Sierra Mad re. Cal., received. 19. Commencement, day exercises of the State Normal school at the opera house. A class of seyen graduated .. Mrs. C* M. Klotzbach departed on a visit to friends in Iowa and Missouri. 20. Mrs. A. C. Tyler departed for Al den, Iowa. 21. Deputy Sheriff Preston confiscat ed a quantity of liquors from the "black warrior" building... .The firemen return home from Pierre flushed with success. 23. The rite of baptism was conferred upon Mrs. Ed. L. Bradbury nnd daugh ter, Myrtle, by Rev. Cleveland yesterday (Sunday) J. A. Trow begins negotia tions for the establishment of the Chau tauqua. 24. C. H. Dye ani family departed for Oregon City, Oregon.. .The Seventh Day Adventist camp meeting closed... Wm. Walter's barn struck by lightning and seven horses killed. 23. Charlie Clow of Minneapolis en gaged to pitch for the Madison base ball team. 26.' The Madison Driving Park asso ciation organised. 27. Annual farmers' picnic nt Jjuke Herman, also school picnics at Lake Herman and Lake Madison... .Susan B. Anthony and Mary Seymour Howell ar rived from the east, and an equal suf frage love feast at the opera bouse in the evening. 23. Base ball—Madisons vs. Flan drau Indians. 30. The closing exercises of the pub lic schools held at the Baptist church in the evening. Tuesday,July 1. Charlie Clow arrived from Minneapolis to pitch for the Mad ison base ball team Seventy-five tents for the G. A. It. encampment erec ted on the public square. 2. Mrs. A. E. Fuller departed for De corah, Iowa... .Prof. F. G. Young ar rived fromTCHTirKr, Oregon.. .Dan Mc Crea came down from Winfred to get his nose mc-nded. 3. Julia Cloud, a Sioux Indian wo man, died at Lake Madison... -First day of the A.R. encampment Base ball at the park—Madison vs. Egana. 4. The Nation's holiday.Over 10, 000 people celebrated in Madison... .The fireworks at Lake Madison exploded, in juring several persons, Billy Blake the most seriously. 5. The independent county conven tion held at the court house to select delegates to the state convention. 7. Norman McGillivray and Ed. Bea dle departed for Milwaukee to attend the national JK. P. encampment -Prof. McFarland nnd family departed for New Bedford. Ohio ...Dr. Palmer let the contract to J. B. Jenks to build his new residenco... .Normal and city school teachers departed for St. Paul to attend teachers' meeting. 8. E. D. Stitzel and Blanche M. Ditn ocfc married at the residence of A.M. McCallister. 0. Mrs. Cameron of Artesian, mother of Alexin the cit^ .The artesian well reached the depth of if»0 feet. 10. Mabel Phelps departed on a visit to Madison and Racine, Wis.... .Jennie* Lottie and Florence Slift-r departed on a visit to friends in Milwaukee and Chi cago. .. Twins were born to Thos. I'ier ney and wife a son and a daught*: A son was lxrn to J. A. Trow and wife .... Mosdames '1'. J. Lannon, J. J. Fitz gerald, and George Cook and chiMren camping at Lake Madison... A social party at the home of Mrs. John Drrcoll in the evening. 11. O.O.Murray and wife departed for Ellsworth, Minn...Base ball Mad isons vs. Henrys. 12. Julia Buy'oy arrived from Wil limantic, Conn and was the guest of Mrs. R. C. McCallister. ...Wm.Schree pel's little son rendered totally blind by being shot with peas. 14. A. M. McCallister and wife and Mesdames Wm. Leo and II. B. William son departed for St. Lawrence to attend the Grand Chapter, O. E. S....K D. Stitzel and bride returned from their wedding tour.... A. A. Broadie find son arrived from Waverly, Iowa. 15. Miss Arey, who had been visiting her sister, Mrs. B. Wyckoff, departed for her home at Huron. 10. Edna Scott and Annie Sheridan went to Sioux Falls... E. Sheridan out riding after a serious illness. 17. Rev, J. W. Weeks and wife of Springfield, Rev. J. M. McBride of Aber deen, and Miss Francis of Rosebud, the guests of Rev. Cleveland ami wif.' ... Base ball Madisons vs. Parkers. 18. Mrs. Bradbury and daughter, Myrtle, confirmed by Bishop Hare. Epis copal. ... Base ball by the Kids under the management of Jack raney. 19. Nels Rand of Farmington town ship, and Johane J. Radd of LeRoy township, married by Judge Downs.... A daughter was born to Geo. D. Winter and wife. 21. James Fogle arrived to accept the position of traveling salesman for Hodges & Hyde City caucusses in the even ing. 22. L. R. Curran jumped the town. 23. Republican county conventiou to select delegates to the state convention Chautauqua meeting at the court house in the evening. 24. A couple of alleged editors of the city departed for the Black Hills to rest their alleged brains. 25. C. Jerome and family arrived from Chicago and were t'ie guests of Thomas Byrnes and wife. 26. D. T. Scott exhibited apples grown on his rresidence grounds. "28. W. B. Cameron was in the city,.. A colt owned by C. A. Bergstreser was killed on the street while in the hands of its trainer, L. J. Corcoran. 29. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Alexander died, aged 8 months... An entertainment in honor of Miss Julia Bugby held at the residence of Mrs. R. C. McCallister in the evening. :$0. Mrs. Murphy, nee Miss Bessie Melon, arrived from Milwaukee.. The base ball suits arrived... Harvest in full blast.... A son was born to C. B. «.'age and wife A son was born lo yred Downs and wife. 31. Threo ?rloads of stone for the Episcopal church arrived... .A party of eight young ladies arrived from Mont rose to camp at Lake Madison. Friday, August 1. Miss Minnie Sprague of Hokah,Minn ,arrived and was the guest of Mrs. Effie Freoelv The Union Blocks and the Syndicate Blocks played base ball A moonlight excur sion at Lake Madison. 2. J. L. Jones and wife returaed fiom Colorado The marriage of 7^ V.*g»el son and Mrs. Schoonover annd (],c^j 4. John Adams and Rubt„,i lir J-oft married yesterday (Sunday). load of new grain markete laney seller, Wm. Blake buyer V sou was born to E. H. Smith and wife. 5. Col. Murray went to Blue Earth, City, Minn Louis M. Yoder died from a gun-shot wound. 0. Mrs. E. W. Ketcham and children departed for Wyckoff, Minn. .Fnneral of O. C. Bell John McCormick, Jr., departed for Payson, 111. Marriage of William Phelps and Eleanor McKennett at Bristol. 7. J. J. Fitzgerald and wife departed for Chicago... .Funeral of Louis M. Yo der from the Presbyterian church Katie Ilafferty injured with a pinking iron. 8. The editorial excusionists returned .... Mrs. Keegan and sons returned from *irst 9. Hope Walts of Sioux Fall# arrived and was tho guest of Annie Sheridan.. John Wadden's barn damaged by fire. 11. Work resumed on the Episcopal church. 12. Tim Lannon went to St. FMl»... A thunderstorm prevailed. 13. The Madison base ball team went to Sioux Falls to play a series of games Jessie Randolph, sister of Mrs.W. H. Jones, departed for Lime Springs, Iowa. 11. The corner-stone of the new Episcopal church laid with Masonic honors Mary Maloy departed for La Crosse C. I* Alexander departed for Onieda, N. Y. 15. Mrs. Ed Rafferty and daughter went to Hokah, Minn... .L» Schull of Watertown defeated our local players at ehess. 1 (5. The Littletield wind-mill damaged by fire. 18. A soaking rain prevailed all day .. .Mesdames H. B. Schriner and H. J. Stott went to Carthage Tho infant son of Chris liemch and wife died. 19. Miss Darrow was the guest of Belle Graham rG*aud-and petit jurors drawn. 20. Mrs. Myron McCreedy and child ren departed for Minneapolis The Madison Edstem Star entertained tho Flandrau Eastern Star. 21 The Flandrau Eastern Star visi tors departed for home. 22. Ned Stott returned from Cham berlain....Grace, daughter of C. El Col by nnd wife, died. 23. Mrs. D. B. Hubbell returned from n visit at Sioux City... .The Madison base ball team returned from a tour flushed with many victories Annie O'Connell and Rose Cole went to Ra inona ..- A daughter was born to O. T. Thompson and wife. 25. Conductor E. H. Bush and wife the guests of T. L. Bucholt?: and wife ... .Lake county's deleeatesdeparted for Mitchell to attend the Republican st^te convention. 20. D. L. Ginder departed for West Superior, Wis. .^. James Garry and John Fountain employed as watchmen at the artesian well... Father Flynn went to Yankton to attend the Month's Mind. 27. George Parkin and wife arrived on a visit to their son, J. R.. ..HatUe Whalen returned from a visit with friends in Wisconsin. 28. A son was born to John StUson and wife..Bad nfcwa received fram tfee Miai Mitchell convention. 20. Mrs. Thomas Byrnee accompan ied Mrs. C. Jerome to Chicago... .The Lake county delegates returned from Mitchell. 30, Contractor Glatz completed D. •in E. Stoddard's residence.... Nora Lannon celebrated her third birthday. Monday, September 1. Nellie Lannon departed for Prairie du Chien, Wis., to enter a convent school. .. .Willis Patter eon departed for Valparaiso, Ind Geo. J. Lane took charge of the Lake Park hotel. 2. Fannie Shelton of Chicago visited her friend, Annie O'Connell.... .Judge Wm. B. Dobson died at his home in Or land township. 3 Andrew Peterson and wife, former residents, arrived from Escondido, Cal., on a visit... .Andrew Vick died at the Skandia house., 4 rs Brocher arrived from Man^ kato on a visit to her son, A J... .Mrs E Jacobs and children departed for Sioux City and Cherokee. Iowa.. Frank Corcoran went to Livermore, Iowa. 5 Misses Mary Fitts and Julia Bugby departed for Evanston, 111., accompanied by Granger McCalliater... .E Sheridan returned from Hot Springs. 0 Jennie, Lottie and Florence Slifer returned from their eastern visit... .Jes sie McGillivray departed for LeRoy, Minn.. .The Chautauqua grounds se lected at Lake Madison. 8 Johnny Daly yesterday (Sunday) injured his eye by the explosion of a car tridge .. Mrs Casey took charge of the Madison house. 9 Base ball-—Madisons vs Sioux Falls Hie Pierre band arrived. 10 Opening day of the raoea... .The city thronged with strangers... .Grand Republican rally at the opera house in the evening,'Hon John Gamble speak er. 11 A daughter was born to E A How- laod and wife Band music on the street by the Pierre band and K. P. band... .Closing day of the races. 12 A cold, stormy day.. .^The drill in the artesian well struck "granite".... Prof Bailey delivered a lecture at the opera house in the evening. 13 A Davison arrived.. pendents and democrats held to construct a fusion &h}te, fuse. 15 Prof Culver of Vermillion tele graphed to come and examine the arte sian well... .The city council passed the ordinance making sidewalks uniform throughout the city. 10. S. Turner sold his pacing horse, Ben H.. .A child born to E. P. Mueller and wife, died soon after birth. 17. Prof. Culver in the city for the purpose of examining the artesian well. 18. The state convention, W. C. T. U., opened at the Baptist church, a large number-of delegates in attendance.... Ray Bergstreser celebrated his sixth birthday. 19. Flax was worth $1.34 in the Madi son market A large number of state Chautauqua stockholders arrived to ef fect a permanent organization.. .Modal contest at the opera house in theevening. Hannah McDonald of Highmore won the gold medal. 20. The Chautauqua assembly "or mally organized... .Mrs. .The inde a meeting but didn't P. W. Brocher returned from a visit at Minneapolis. Geo. Waskey and wife returned from the south... Rev. Anna Shaw talked equal mi tTrage in the opera house in the even ing. y2. W. F. Smith and wife departed for New York City... .Closing day of the W. C. T. U. convention Twin daugh ters- Iva and Pearl -were born to Dr. and Mr?. F. N. Palmer yesterday (Sen day). .. .Mrs. Webb arrived from Blue Earth City, Minrn, to visit the twins.... Threshing machine burned at Wm. Walter's farm. 23. Mra. H. Wood and son and Belle Graham departed for Burlington, Wis... .S. St. Clair and wife, who had been Yisiting their son, H. E., and their daughter, Mrs. W. F. Beerman, departed for their home at Vinton, Iowa. 24. E. F. Warren and wife, parents of Mrs. Frank Smith, arrived from Albany. Wis E. Rval and wife arrived from Wells, Minn., on a visit tp their son, J.T. 25. Dr. Jenks ipd C. H. Wood went to Sioux City to view the corn palace Crist Ilensch building the foundation for his new residence. 26. A daughter was born to Thos Sheu and wife... .The German Baptist^ conference in session. 27. A son was born to Chas. Rooker and wife... .Lots of politics in the air. 2?. Cecelia Barnes arrived from Al den. Iowa, on a visit to her sisters, Mrs A. G. Tyler and Lizzie Barnes... .John Walsh went to Sioux City to take in the corn palace... .City caucuses in the ev ening. 30. Maggie Koehler departed for Mil waukee... .Conductor Callinan's trainj waded through blood on the bug line* The calf died... .The independent coun ty convention held at the court house ... .Chas B. Kennedy and family re turned from an extended visit in New England. Wednesday, Oct. 1. Republican coun ty convention held at the court house .... Sirs. James Garry gave a 5 o'clock tea. 2. The Hicks beer confiscated and placed in the basement of the court house A number of citizens departed for Sioux City to view the corn palace "... G. W. Potts and MaggieFarreilmar ried by Judsre Downs. 3. Mrs. Clarissa Sparks, mother of Wm. Whitmore, died. 4. The democrats decide to bold a county convention. 0. Mrs. Keegan, mother of Mrs. Thos. Shea, departed for her home at Canton, Minn Mrs. L. C. Helm, who had been visiting the families of the Messrs. Tier n^v, departed for her home at Madisonr Wis. 7. Mrs. Brittan, sister of Mrs. E. Da* vison,returned to her home at Rockfordt Iowa N. A. McOdlister arrived on a visit to his brothers. 8. S. Turner, wife and daughter de parted for St. Paul... -The artesian well drill passed through the alleged ledge of granite The E. T. Warren woolen mill project discussed at the city hall ia theevening. 7 9. Lizzie Sweeney arrived from Du buque The ladies bf Grace church gave a corn social at the opera house in the evening... .Democratic caucuses and love feast at the court house in theeven ing. 10. Work at the artesian well waa sus pended. 7 11. Democratic county convention at the court house,vand a red hot Demo cratic domonstration at the opera house in the evening, the meeting being ad dressed by Geo. C. Dineen of Huron 13. A. J. Brocher discovered eleven aheep killed by dogs at his corral....Mrs. W, V. Nelson jumped the town....Judge iQmtbweim BW 1 ':k-* i URNKBAL MI:R( II AMMNK. WILL EXPECT TO FIND And in order thut they may not be disappointed, arid that the ladies of Madison may he euablea to convince our vkitarti ikat Madison is a stylish city, J. J. FITZGERALD, has placed 111 stock a delightful line of dress goods, embracing the very latest patterns in Henriettas, Cashmeres, Lady's Cloth. Brilliantines, Tole du Nonls, Outing Flannels, Knicker bocker Dress Goods, And a Complete Assortment of Dress Trimmings. Also a beautiful line of Ginghams and Prints Men's nnd Poys' Hats just received. Tin CARPETS AND LfiGE CURTAINS in the city. Yours for style, J. J. FITZGERALD. BOOTH A HHVKN, IKY 4,OOI* A l.ltOt FJUK* ffEW ST'TjlNQ LIFE! M. J. MCGILLIVRAY & co. sS*S22L*ed School-House Shoe, THE BEST IN THE MARKET. ETTER THAN EVER prepared to supply their customers with sesisuiiiihle oods. Call and sro IONABLE DRESS GOODS, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S FINE SHOES, tfcr GROCERY DE PAllTMJ^ST is complete. WALL PAPER, 1R174»» AXI) JEWELRY. Bu" vour Spring Supply of WALL PAPER FROM- S1£ITS SZ COOK. DRUGGISTS AND JEWELERS. BANRIHtt, COLLRCTIOXM, Elf. W. P. SMITH, Preftidcat. M. W. DALY,^Vice-President. J. A. TROW, Ca«hi«r Citizens jSFe|(ioii^l Capital $50,000. Surplus $16,000. MADISON DAKOTA A General Banking Business Transacted. Will remit money to an part of the Old World, and sell tickets to and topi principal European ports on any of the leading lines of steamboats. City and Bonds bought and sold. CHAS. B. KENNEDY, Pres. WM. F. KENNEDY, Sec'y & Treas. C. H. WOOD, —DBALEHJN DRUGS MEDICINES FINt STATIONERY, Collections mide and promptly remltttd. CORRESPONDENTS: First National Bank, Chicago. Chase National Bank, New Yerfe Minnehaha National Bank, Sioux Falls. A J, CORRESPONDENTS. Quaker City National Bank, Philadelphia, Penn. Rational Bank of Illinois, Chicago, 111. Sioux Falls National Bank, Sioux talis, $»X)# DKIVM. Plueli Hoods, Album*, Fine Toilet Soap*. Brushes, Combs. Toys, Fancy Goods, Paints, OiU, Varnishes, Calsounne Wall Paper, and a full line of Patent Medicines. CHOICE PERFUMERIES. Prescription* carefully compounded day or uiebt. MAS !AV18B]fe DAKOTA \v of stylish lint stork of our fine new line of FASH E. H. CLAPP, Vice Pres. L. Northwestern Loan and Banking Go. Madison, South Dakota. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. Makes a specialty of first mortgage and real estate loans." Boy county and school bonds and other securities. JONES, Ass't Sec'y & Treas. flTY HI IK AT MAKKF.T. KOCHE & GffiTHEL, City Meat Market. OLD P. 0 BUILDING. IpMts eon»UaUy oafe*a4 tbeefeotowt F*esh and Cured Meats, Fish, Fowl nnd Game in season.