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MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. TUESDAY EYEN'G. APRIL« 7, 1891. TEH MS OF SUBSCRIPTION. .11, 1 year a!, mouth* nil, months carrier, per we«M. IK UER ..99.00 .. 3.»» .. 1.50 .. 15 TO ADVERTISERS. I ,IK QAtitY Lbadbh rtiake# a «pe«tsl fettllM o* tin" inl'nrniatio" concerning the aavau iiul'ro^Duroes »f the city of Madiaou und -i it»! lit lar^, entitling ll t« the pa'-romtije "IN LRAUEH is one year old to iml celebrates the event by pub ig herewith a diary of local, events city during the past year. The will be found to be interesting ng matter, recalling many things tten. THE DAILY LEAIEII THK DAILY LEADER has fairly suocessful, notwithstanding hard times business men )S have experienced during the past household in the city, and if kind i for it are a token of appreciation, a welcome visitor. With one year je on its head, the proprietor is irgedto believe that THE DAILY •KR will live to a ripe old age. And iters upon the second year,s work of vigor, and hope of prosperity not nly lor THK DAILY LEADER but for the usmess men of Madison and the people Luke county generally. During the Uminer we hope to improve THE DAILY in its several departments and will be improved from time to time, as ist conservative business manage ient, &ill permit, until the people of this ity will be provided with full associated dispatches, served at their break tables through the columns of )MI,V LEADKII. mbiirks upon its second year's voyage, ping to celebrate its seoond anniver i in as prosperous condition as it is M)l'AL BRKV1TUM*. hool Tablets-rThe Book Store. 1 HE DAILY LEADER is one year old d.-IY. ,M idison grain market to day: Wheat o 89 fiax, 94: oats, 41. he remains of Mrs. V. Btontamer ero buried at Patosi, Wis., Sunday. Uomember the deestrick wkule enter Himaent at the opera houae thi* evec K- Tierney Broe. hung a new sign in front \V. T. Stearns, harness shop this after it,on. Willis Patterson, has temporarily ae opt ed a position inGlark fc MoKinnon's *•«». There will be a meeting of the East n Star to morrow eyening for the irpose of work. 11. J. Patterson has been sunftaoned to P!*)ar as a witness in the United States urt, and will depart for Sioux Fails 0 morrow. The regular meeting of the W. C. T. will be held at the M. E. churoh I'hursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. All Members requested to be present. letter from Will Walters, principal le public schools at Warren, Minn., trmgs the joyful tidings that he was resented with a baby girl on the 2d LIST. Ana Rudsdell and Ola Roberg went to. Sioux Palls to-day to appear before the jnited States court, charged with sell liquor without having their govern 1 km it licenses properly expose^ I he county commissioners are in ses ion, and will open bids for the county rinting for the ensuing year Thursday, \pril 9, at 2:30 p. in. Owing to the ill ions of Auditor Runkel, Wm Tobin is ag as clerk for the board. P1R80XAL ITKMtti. I H.Williamson, Esq., returned to day i Minneapolis. ias. B. Kennedy departed for Sioux ito day on a business visit. Miss Martha Cleveland went to Sioux lis to-day to resume her studies in fV i Saints school. rs. A. C. Tyler departed by the west 'iind train this afternoon, and will visit :i IC. P. Smith's family in the west part 'becounty. ». W. Daly departed to-day for Chi a^ion a business visit. He was ac •:upanied by bis son, Johnny, who goes iie city to consult an oculist. hn Huss went to Sioux Falls to ex 'i nia to the United States court how he nne to entertain the Demo-indent poli I'-tuns at his rooms on the evening of )ctober 25, last. Misses Mary and Llzfcle Davison, ac sompanied bv their brother, J. W. Davi ton, returned home to-day from Aiinne i|lis. The ladies were quite ill, and it is necessary to carry Miss Mary when a ages of cars were made. She has i ill several weeks, and is closely oon 1 to her room. Mies Lizzie is recov iiig from a severe attack of the la ippe, and unless she sustains a relapse i the journey, will undoubtedly udily improve. Mrs. J. W. Davison the baby, who returned yesterday, enjoying excellent health. For Male. Dapple grey, 1200 pound. 8 year old lurse. Gash or time. J. A. TROW. WANTED. Two girls to learn dreaBmakiflg. Apply v isa Mary Maloy. a V LOCAL CHRONOLOGY. jCfiutintWJlfriiM ct oni Conklin addressed a Republican meeting at the opera house in the evening. 14. Brick masons arrived to com mence work ou the cefltral school build ing. 15. A full car load of soap arrived for Madison merchants. 16. Mrs. M. L. Clark and daughter, Delia, departed for 17. OF TFVCRY ETA**. J. F. STA111.. Proprietor. LeRoy, Minn. Senator Moody arrived, and ad dressed a Republican meeting at the Hubbell'S barn. 20. Iva and Pearl Palmer and Isma Wintar christened by Rev. Cleveland yesterday (Sunday)... .DaD McKinnon confined to his home by illness. 21. Spencer, Iowa, citizens in the city to negotiate with the Madison Electric Light company for a plant for their city. Mrs. M. W. Daly and returned visits nearly by son, wife. THE With hearty thanks to !»eopleof Madison for the past year,s •ral patronage, THE DAILV LKADEIV Johnny, from Milwaukee, accompanied Mrs.John (Jlass of Gov. Cresco, Iowa.... Mellette addressed A Republican meeting at the opera house in the even ing. 23. Ralph Beaumont addressed an in dependent meeting at the opera house. 24. The K. P.'S went to Clark to in stitute a lodge. 25. A daughter was born to O. O. Murray and 27. Mrs. Fianie, mother of David Finnie.died yesterdav (Sunday) Grain stacks burned at E. II. Jacobs' farm. 18. Prank Hover purchased Ed Hiues' drug stock. 28. W. V. Nelson jumped the town Senator R. F. Pettigrew arrived PROD Davoll and Lorena M. Mero mar ried at Minneipolis. 29. The tirst snow of the season Catholic fair at the opera house in the evening. :$0. Fred Davoll and bride arrived from Minneapolis EL Andrews died at 2 p. m. 31. "The Three Graces," Stacy, Gil bert and Herrick, guve a campaign con cert at the opera house in the evening. Saturday, Nov. 1. The funeral of E. Andrews was held from the Presbyterian church. 3. F. W. Johnson and Jennie Slifer married last evening (Sunday )... Dan»io Davis and of Ramona and las name Rabina Doug of LeRoy township married. 4. Election day....Mrs.John Mulvi hill died at her home in Farmington township. 5. James Slack and Maggie Ryan married at the Catholic church Also, at the place, John Bitworth and Lizzie Whalen were married. 6. W. F. Kennedy and wife Mrs. II. H. Byers James to was fronJ the Presbyterian church. 10.VA tie held discovered to exist between Franfc Knight and li. B. Bo well, candi dates for the legislature. 12. The community was shocked by the announcement of the death of L. H. Keene. 13. Slack and bride returned from their wedding of L. H. Keene tour....The remains taken to Massachusetts for burial. 14. A. J. Brocher sold his meat mar ket to J. J.Craney... .Eloise Almore cel ebrated the 17th anniversary of her birth Fannie Flitcroft entertamB her young friends. I.1. Dr. Gwynne's resignation as pas tor of the Presbyterian church discussed. 17. Special election politics beginning warm....Ason was born to A. J. An derson and wife yesterday (Sunday). 18. The death of the wife of John C. Schuester of Badus announced Foot race on west Main street between Elliott, Craft and others. 19. The city council discussed a pro position to enter into a new con tract with the artesian well contractors. 20. Electric light lixtures placed in thenew Episcopal church. 21. Alonzo Wardall attempted to ride on somebody's else pass on Conductor Callinan'S* train. 22. Mrs C. H. Wood died at her home in this city. 24. The remains of Mrs. C. H. Wood taken to Burlington, Wis., for burial. 25. Belle Webber and Maggie Raymond departed for Pottsdam, N. Y... .Special election day, and the notorious Demo indent jubilee in the evening. 26. A. W. Waters died at his home in Orland township. 27. Thanksgiving day....K. P. ball at the opera house in the evening. 28. The Abbe Carrington company at the opera house in the evening. 29. Mrs. J. M. Munson returned from Burlington, Wis. Monday, Ramona Dec. 1. The announcement received of the death of C. H. Wood's infant son at Burlington, Wis. 2. Dr. Gwynne and family departed for Salem, Ore Snow storm. 3. Mrs. Chas. Angle and daughter de parted for Alunroe, Wis Wm. Ryan entertained his friends at his home near with a turkey raffle and dance ... .The Rebekahs gave a social at Odd Fellows hall in the evening. 4. John Wadden departed for Chica go The Ilurlburt. trained horses at the opera house in the evening. 5. R. S. Stoneman and bride arrived .A jolly dune social at J.M. Preston's residence in the evening. G. C. A. Saxby'S team ran over two children on Egan avenue. Fortunately they were only slightly injured. 8. WM. Porteous and wife of Ramona departed for Cresco,Iowa, to spend the holidays. 9. Mrs. H. A. Snyder and children departed for Spring Valley, Minn., on a visit to friends Alex Phillips of Cum berland, Md., visits his friends Johu B. Douglass and Joseph Dixon of LeRoy township. 10. Bernie Jones run over bv A team on Egan avenue. He escaped with a few bruises A babv lxY born to, V. R. Wadden and wife. II. A son was born $0 A. F. Glover and wife. 12. Exhibition by the High Sohool class at the public school. 13. W. F. Smith went to Osag# ^HTY, Kas., in response to a telegram announc ing the fatal illness of his mother.... The discovery was made that W. V. Nel son had deserted bis little daughter, Vera. 15. Clerk Keith issued a marriage li cense to H. O. Gudaa and Anne Johnson of Rutland township Casper Berther and Agnes Collier Catholic church at Badus. 1*J. Marv Davison went to Minneapo lis. 17. E. W. Dyer and family departed for LOB Angeles, Cal A son was born to Mr. Brennan and wife....The East ern Star gave a social in connection with installation ceremonies op era house in the evening "Thinks I to Myself" writes on the political situa tion. 18. A horse belonging to D. McNary ran away from in 18. A telegram with assault and battery, Mrs. Alta A. Ilines being the complaining witness ....Mrs.Julia J. Wright, widow of Geo. W. Wright, died at Wontworth. 22. Geo. Scheide, a brakeman, crush ed his lpft hand while coupling oars. 23. The State Normal school adjourn ed for the holidays. 24. C. J. Porter and bride arrived from Rochester, Minn Bartlett'sdrug store robbed at mjdnight. 25. Christmas.* Business in the city qnite generally suspended. 20. The announcement was made that W. D. Sheehan had tendered his resignation «*is train dispatcher. 27. Rev. Wm. J. Cleveland extended a call to accept a parish in Minnesota, which he declined. 28. Wm. Rowland engaged in busi ness on his own account, nftdTtros. purchased a half interest departed for Colorado on a health seeking tour, accompanied by Annie Davison... .Old Folks' annual meeting at the opera house in the evening.. .Death of Mr. and Mrs, Thou. Tierney's infant son. 7. Wild water fowl passing south for the winter. 8. A heavy snow storm prevailed. 9. The funeral of a young daughter of Mr. and in ter'S store. 29. Hattie Whalen went Falls to attend a session of Teachers' association. 30. Rev. WM. J. Cleveland received a call from the Indian Rights association to visit the Indian agencies and investi gate the causes of the Indian troubles. fatal OEIVOD. 17. illness jail. 18. A son were married in the the evening. was received from W. F. Smith announcing the death of his mother at Osage City, Kas A son was born to ED Grinuger and wife. 19. J. M. Preston and wife celebrated their tin wedding in the evening. 20. Geo. Grinnell of Winfred arraign ed before Justice Williamson, charged to Thursday, Jan. 1,1891. Mary Fittsre turned from an extended visit in the east .Dancing party by the Eureka club at the opera house in the evening. H. J. Patterson's dray team ran away from in front of Clark & McKin non'S store. 3. Chas. B. Kennedy went to Pierre to be present at the organization of the new legislature. 5. Father Flynn preached a temper ance sermon last evening (Sunday), which resulted in the organization of a strcceswful temperance society... .Public installation of Odd Fellows at the opera house in the evening. 0. Examination of teachers at Supt. Wright's oftico Election of officers of the tire department in the evening. 7. Judge Downs and wife departed for California, and WM. Metcalf for Hot Springs... .W. D. Uheehan and wife the recipients of numerous presents from their friends in the evening. 8. H. J. Patterson returned from Pierre where he had been taking a hand in the senatorial contest. 9. A young son of J. W. Hurry, south of the city, died of lung fever. 10. Annie Davison returned from Col orado. 12. Treasurer Muggli took possession of his office... J. W. Davison and wife departed for Chatrteld, Minn. 13. Postmaster Alex Cameron and Mrs. Lesbie Blackiston married at Lu verne, Minn. 14. The marriage of Ned Hill and Lillian Lewis was celebrated in the eve ning 15. A large delegation of Odd Fel lows went to Pipestone to participate in installation ceremonies. 16. I. D. Jandreau's residence on the south shore of Lake Madison burned. 17. The young ladies of the State Normal school gave a social at the Dor mitory in the evening. 19. Conductor E. H. Smith confined to his home by illness. 20. Mrs. Geo. Cook entertained HER friends in the evening 21. W. H, Jones received a telegram announcing the was of £kldie Corcoran in Texas. 22. Geo. Ryan, an insane boy, taken in charge by Sheriff Lee and placed in the county 23. The fall term of the State Nor mal school closed. 25. Little May McKinnon died AT the home of her parents at 3:45 a. m. 2(. C. A. Saxby departed for Mitchell with poultry to be exhibited at the pet stock show. 27. Hodges and Hyde shipped five carloads of cattle The Arnold Con cert cbmpany at the opera house in the evening. 28. Mrs. F. N. Palmer and the twins and Mrs. Webb returned from Blue Earth City, Minn 29. E. H. Jacobs and T. L. Wood de parted for Raleigh, N. C., with a ship ment of horses... .A son was born to James Fitzgerald and wife and a daugh ter to Ed Dooley and wife, residing in .the north part of the county. 30. The remains of Eddie Corcoran arrived from Texas, and the funeral was held from the Baptist church....The Lutteman Sextette at the opera house in the evening. 31. A cold wave, with show, prevailed throughout the day John Prince, aged 18, died at the home of his parents. Monday, Feb. 2. Gracte, aged 7 years, daughter of John Huntamer and wife, died. 3. The announcement of the death of the infant daughter of P. H. Harth and wife received. 4. Prof. Evenson and family departed for Washington...«A young daughter of Martin Oleson and wife died. 5. The marriage of W'. W. Janes and Mary Bullock was celebrated. 0. Mrs. Eliza Frye arrived to assist in a series of revival meetings in progress. 7. Ole Roberg arrested for selling li quor unlawfully. 9. The only blizaufd of the season prevailed yesterday (Sunday) .... A daughter waB born to J. W. Davison and wifo at Chattield, Minn.... A son was born t" W. F. Beerman and wife. 10. Circuit court convened Partici pants in the Demo-indent jubilee meet ing taken to Sioux Falls by U. $. Mar shal Keeney. 11. The ladies of the Eastern Star gave a dime social at Masonic hall in the evening. 12. Chas. B. Kennedy and J. A. Trow returned from Pierre, driving overland from Vilas. 13. Haber, the blind pig detective, ar* rived. 14. The revival meetings attracting large attendance nightly. 16. Rev. Cleveland delivered a lecture on the Indian Messiah last evening (Sun day)....The announcement of the elec tion of J. H. Kyle to the U. S. born to Dan McKinnon and wife. 19. The grand jury returns eight in dictments against liquor sellers, and the circuit court adjourned W. W. Janes and bride returned. 20 A sleighing party consisting of Normal and. public school students went to Wentworth 21. The friends of G. P. Borland and wife ten de ret I them a surprise party in the evening. 23. The revival meetings closed last evening (Sunday), and Mrs. Fryedepart ed for the east Jerry Hurley arrived from Pipestone and was arrested by Sheriff Lee and placed in jail for the il licit salt- of liquor. 24. The announcement of the mar riiige of Hon. B. B. Howell and Ethlyne Willoughby at Huron was received. 25. A telegram was received from Dead wood announcing the serious ill ness of Cbas. B. Kennody. 26. F. D. Hutchinson arrived from Deborah, Iowa, on a visit to friends. 27. Dr. Wooley purchased the Mrs. VanPatten building for ottice purposes. 'I3. Temperature this morning, 21 degrees below zero John P. Coffey returned from an extended visit with friends in the eastern states. Monday, Mar:/LI 2. The churches were largely increased yesterday (Sun day) by the addition of new members Jerry Hurley released from jail. 3. Dr. C. E. Clifford's household goods arrived. Sh6H"—* Lizzie Davison departed for Minn John Pfis- Sioux State the apolis. 5 Stanley A Jones and Rosa E Hoov er married at Eureka Springs, Ark. 0 The announcement of the death of rs Hamlin Hampson at Hokah, Minn, received... .A successful social at Mrs E Stoddard's residence in a farewell Our entire ."ne the arrived from eve- ning. 7 Col A Murray came to his office for the first time for several weeks, hav ing been continod to his room by illness. 9 The Presbyterian church wal de stroyed by fire yesterday morning (Sun day). 10 K Tiffany arrived oti a visit to old friends. 11 A Houts and wife, formefresi dents, West Superior, Wis. 12 A Brocher departed on a visit to friends at Mankato. 13 The ladies of the Presbyterian church gave a "poverty partie" at from Clark the opera house in ike evening .. .Mrs Cy rus Clark died. 14 Chas Kennedy and W Smith returned home Dead wood, Mr Ken nedy having recovered from his illness .Sheriffs Lee and Preston pulled a quartet of blind piggers. 16 Met'FILLISTER went to Yankton to attend the funeral of Hon Geo Hand. 17 St Patrick's Day. A large dele gation of citizens went to Flandrau to take part in a demonstration. 18 W Kennedy and wife returned from an extended health seeking tour in Colorado and Arkansas. 19 DRE departed York to attend a 20 Th for ifriands of wife tender New course of lectures. John Buckley and thfeni party. 21 Conductor Callinan resumed his duties on the Madison and Bristol line. 23 Mrs Jones and son, John L, departed for Randolph, Wis, to attend the funeral of Mrs Jones1 father. 24 The families of John Buckley and Wallie Ginder departed for West Super ior, Wis, to remain permanently... .Drs Clough and Palmer purchase faces of farmers and the cele brated trotting stallion, Almo. 25 Falser LV vnn went to Sioux Falls to attenditlokg iVeek services Agrim Nelson A. W'he celebrate their silver wedding itltl^Wening. 26 The board of trustees of the State Normal school in session. 2 7 Delegates to the Yankton A encampment returned. 28 TL Buckholtz and wife departed on a visit to friends at Racine, Wis. 30 A heavy slush snow storm prevail ed yesterday (Sunday) bringing smiles to the business men. 31 Geo Ilicks departed for Halifax, N 8 A Norton returned to the city to remain permanently. Wednesday, April 1 Wood re-, ccived the appointment O' delegate to the .Trans-Mississippi Commercial con gress to be held at Denver May 19.... The young friends of Blanche new occupied. Silver anniversary of the A at the court hoube in the eve ning. 7 THE DAILX YEAR OLD to-day. J1COBM KFTTTK. ejr tfce Arrive* in HadlNM kj Afternoon Train. W. IUD E. H. Jacobs were ehgeraby the incoming train from east this afternoon. The bank cases in which they were involved, were called as the tirst business in the United States court at Sioux Falls this morning, and on motion of their atiorney, John Ii. 0§mble, all of the cases against Jacobs Bros, were dismissed. Dr. Jacobs is disposing of his interests at Raleigh, X. C., and says it is not un likely that he will return to Madison to reside. lie will REMAIN ia thi# oily dur ing this week. The it. A R. Silver Anniversa rjr. The anniversary exereit-e3 of the G. A. at the court house last evening programme senate re- Cold, biixzard and disagreeable. -KXKRA of full standard, prints MOD VALUE. We hare the goods and the again. ThenceTHE Jour McCallis- ter tender her FL surprise party in-the evening. 2 N Littlejohn of Whitewater, Wis, ill at the Lake Park Firemen's ball at the opera house in the evening. 3 Geo Melon returned from a visit with friends in Wisconsin. 4 Sheriff Lee greeted his friends on the streets, having recovered from the la grippe The Three Graces gave a charity concert at the opera house in the evening. 6 The Central school building ut thought he'd STARBAK the was very largely attended— in fact the hall was literally packed, a great many being compelled to stand during the entire evening, but so intensely interesting was the that no one thought of being fatigued. The exercises consisted of speech making, war reminiscenses, music by the Three Graces and by a drum corps, etc., etc. The principal ad dress was delivered by Gen. Beadle of tho State Normal, who gave a brief his tory of the origin of the G. A. R.'S and many thrilling experience on tho Held of battle. Time forbids more extended mention of the evening's entertainment, and suffice to say that those who did not attend misseda most enjoy able,treat. II JIKIH'IIAXMIMR. LADIES, LOOK! DRESS GOODS, MUSLINS, ETC. Spring style, all i A handsome lifte of white and black OC. summer goods. Sateens, and all of THE 10c. Spring dress ginghaniK Exclusive agency of E. S. Jeffrey fc Co.'s Seersucker dress ginghams, 50 pieces, very tine 12J^E Stripe and check Nainsooks, a beau tiful line 20c. Something very nice in India linen, hemstitch, black and white* for aprons. CLARK & McKINNON. DRY (JOODS ASNTIOCTKLES." OUR PLATFORM: POLITE ATTENTION, COME AND SKi-: US. OUB AIM IS TO PLEASK AND SATISFY OlIR CUSTOMERS. AT BOOK STORE carries a larger stock of V. 1 Paper than all the other stocks in the city put together a better assortment at The Book Store than at all the other places. Bejjt Wisconsin Wood for sale by P. W Johnson. Lieave city orders with W Clark, ut postollice, or at house. QUERY What's the useof wearing out good shoe leather? Why not go to The Book Store tirst and get just what Y U want? EVERYBODY K'NOWS THAT no other house in the city can or does compete with T1M| Book Store in wall paper prices. It simply CANT be dona. EVERYBODY DON'T novelties in spring jackets. Outing flannels, an excellent line, 10® 10c Fruit of the Loom and Lonsdale mus lins, bleached liadger LL, Lawrence LL, and Bea ver Dam muslins, unbleached..... de. 8c. FAIR DEALING. [triers to make, MHI wish !o come Fresh Stock of the latest aid Best in our Line. Thru Please the Taste, Delight the Eye, mid Suit the urse. THJB BOOJUUftTOUK. EVERYBODY KNOWS WM. ROWLAND. KNOW Thaf. some dealers in this city have TWO prices.—For INSTANCE Of) cents a roll for YOU (you're a regnlnr customer and vrill feuv there any way) cents a roll same paper exactly to third door neighbor he usually trades somewhere look in fray they bait him. Pact. Same Grade of Paper at W cents—ONE PRICE TO ALL. BAKRIY, €OSiFK€TIOXERV, f!t«. PFISTEli & SHEA, Bakers, Fruiterers and Confectioners. Bakers of the Celebrated CREAM BREAD. ICE CREAM served day or evening.- 8AKKRV, 0\I TI(»XKI5V, i tc. D. H. KILROY, Proprietor, Good rooms to rent over our store. M. J. MCGIU.IVRAY& Co. Mteamnhlp Ticket*, BEAVER Line ocean steamers, sailing weekly between Montreal and Liverpool Shortest and cheapest route. Tickets sold by Kennedy Bros, Get Hall & Schram to do joar paper ing and kalsomtning. First-clas work. NILLIXKKV \M A 14 I**. LADIES. -.lss MABY MALOV'S trim iner has arrived fronj D. B. -TVCAO Fisk'S, Chicago, with the latest styles in SPRING ami Summer Millinery and Ladies' I'uniishingtioods. iss .Maloy is prepared to do Drt s and Cloak Making promptly, and her extend ed acquaintance in this community, and experience in dressmaking, is a sufficient guaranty that the work will be satisfact ory. CAKPKKTKY. CHARLES GLATZ, i Contractor anil Builder. else and see what they had and that's tti« TLIC Book Store Lunch fonnter, Ice ('ream Parlor, Iteiiieetioiiery. IIAK1MV .%««. Gasoline Stoves, Sporting Goods, GiidoeoBarbWire, Enndert & Fitzgerald's. MISS K. M. MUELLER. New and I'nsd.i*'n !.!o line 'f SPBING ANO SUMMER MILLINERY and Ladies'Furnishing Goods. A FIRST-CLASS TRIMMER. KPJH IASL, MALE of Kid Gloves and Corsets for the mo* Thirty Days. I