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THE DAILY LEADER.
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. WKDNESDAY EVEN'G, APR. 29.1891. i#or»l Time Tal»l«". Jhio*KO. Milwaukee St. P*nl Railroad, which ook effect Dec. H. If*®! ...t Arrives...li:80p. *. PMMPger train K°lB« eMt for "i Depart#.. 12: I Arrive*.. 3:fK)r. x. Pawengertrain going w««i |)epartB 0.35 Way Freight roIoi? c««t -j Depart*8:00 Way Freight ,'oin* we.t Arrive*. ... p.*! p. «. Pa**cnser train* come en*t make* connection at Kgan all points south, and pa*»enger train zolnK we*t, at Wooneorkct for all point* north. A I S O N I N E Pa»*en«er going north '. 46 p. *. I'Hueeuijer arrive* from thu north 12:30 44 J. K. PARKIN, Local Again. THE CITY. PKRttOSiAL ITE1W. ML P. Ohhmwi of Yankton is registered at the Lake Park. Joe. C. Lee of Howard vim ted within* friends in this city to-day. Win. MoGrath, Esq., and E. H. Jacobs -went to Sioux Falls to-day. T. L. Buckholtz arrived by It* after* noon passenger. Mn. Buckholtz did not return. The members of the Carthage Quin tette club departed for their homes by the afternoon passenger. Rev. J. T. Ewart returned laet evening from Miller, having come across the country by private conveyance. J. A. Trow returned to-day from a busines visit at Minneapolis, Duluth and West Superior, and is considerably elated with the bustle and stir prevailing in the northern cities. During his stay in the lake cities he encountered quite a number of former Madison citizens, among them being Wm, Mitchell, Prof. Jorrie and Jacob Schneider. C. E. Place returned to-day from a six months' sojourn iittCalifnrnia. Mrs. Place Btopped a^SuAix^falls i&d will not return ut^MndiHon. perhaps, for some time to oonie. Mr. Place parted with Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cameron at Loe Angeles, Cal. Mr. Cameron was recov ering from his recent illness, and they contemplated departing for San Francis co. Tub Daily Leadkk received a let ter from Mr. Cameron to-day, dated LOS Angeles, April 24. but it only contained the, words, "Will start to-morrow to meet the president in San Francisco." Those horrid men never do write any news in their letters, and Alex is no ex ception to thp general rule but his friends will be pleased when he returns home with his health fully recovered, Vmli Ntrawberrted will be placed on sale at Wm. Rowland's store next Saturday morning. Men Wanted to work on the Chautauqua grounds. APPLY to J. H. Williamson. Ker Hale ("heap. A second-hand piano. Inquire of Tim Lannon. Pow*r 4'iipi'er*. Jandrean & (Jillis have located their power horse dippers at E. H. Jacobs' barn where they will be pleased to do work in their line on short notice. ISteawMhlp Tirketo. Beaver Line ocean steamers, sailing weekly between Montreal and Liverpool. Shortest and cheapest route. Tickets sold bv Kennedy Bros. 14K7AL BRKV1T1JM. School Tablets—The Book Store. Madison grain market to-day: Wheat, 85 to 88 flax, 93 oats, 41. The firm of Wadden Bros., machinery dealer?, has been dissolved, V. R. Wad den retiring. Train Dispatcher J. M. Oxley has leased the Bradbury residenoe and will occupy it with his family. There will be a speoial meeting of Evergreen lodge, A. F. and A. M., at Masonic hall to-morrow evening. Wm. Rowland has ordered an immense refrigerator which will be placed in his store for the reception of butter, eggs and perishable fruits. Thoe. Walker will handle the street sprinkling business in this city daring the ensuing season, and has had built a •ft rate lass tank for the purpose. There will be divine service in Grace Episcoprl church in this city Sunday, May 3, at 10:30 a. m., and 7:30 p. in. Rev. Dr. Trimble uf Sfoux Falls will officiate. The Ladies* uuud of Grace EpiBcopol church will meet at the residence of Mrs. Chas. Bingham, on Center street, to morrow (Thursday) afternoon, April 30, 1891, at the usual heur. Col. J. T. Long, the eloquent Ken tuckian, will lecture at the opera house in this city Monday evening, May 11, for the benefit of the Presbyterian church building fund. Subject, "Our Lifeboat." The members of the Eastern Star will meet at Masonic hall at 7:30 this evening for the purpose of work. At 9 o'clock the doors will be thrown open and the Star members will entertain their friends with one of ytheir famously enjoyable dime socials. Andrew Gilberts*!), a farmer of Win sred township, died yesterday from lung fever, aged 45 years. A young daughter of the family died last week from the same disease. The funeral of Mr. Gil bertson will be held from the family res idence to morrow. loe cream and cake will be served af ter 6 o'clock Thursday evening, at the Thompson building, by the Young Pco. pie's Association of the Baptist church. The proceeds will go towards a fund for the erection of a parsonage. The society respectfully reqaest your patronage. Letters from E. W. Ketcham, who was recently called to Princeton, Wis., on account of the death of his moth er, brings the information that his father and a young brother residing at home are suffering from illness, and that the nurse who cared for his mother has since sickened and died. Woonsocket dispatch, *27: Saturday night Grand Master Basford of Ftedtield organized a fine Kobekah degree lodge, O. O. F.. with over thirty charter mem •bers. A spread at Gib's hotel was one of the pleasantest features. Bro. Bas ford is an easy and eloquent talker and the boys are all "gone" 00 him. Huron Huronite, 23: C. E. Kelley and family have removed to Madison, where Mr. Kelley will engage iu the grocery business. During his residence in this city Mr. Kelley won for himself many friends all of whom wish him prosperity in his new home and business. He is capable, energetic and worthy and we bespeak for him the favors of the people of Madison. Howard dispatch, "27: Mr. and Mra George R. Farmer, who have resided in this city since the town was platted, leave this week for Madison, where r. Farmer will open a branch office of the law firm of Farmer & Farmer of this city. Howard regrets very much to lose such an estimable family, and congratu lates Madison on her good fortune in being chosen as their future place of residence. D. P. Hurlburt, the horse and dog trainer whose "hippocynagon" has been exhibited in many parts of the north west, was seriously if not fatally injured last Friday evening at Norfolk, Neb., by the explosion of a gasoline lamp in the tent while he was giving an exhibition. He was thoroughly saturated with the fluid, which ignited and burned him in a frightful manner, the flesh dropping off his hands and arms. Recovery is doubtful. Mayor Kennedy has caused notice to be served on occupants of buildings on Egan avenue, Madison, Center ana Main streets, not to store gasoline on their premises in quantities greater than one barrel. Mayor Kennedy says it has come to his attention that citizens are in the habit of hauling garbage from their premises and dumping It within the city lira its. This is strictly forbidden by ordinance, and prosecutions will be made if the custom is not discontinued Ladies We have the best bargain in South Dakota: 20 doz. Ladies' Ribbed Vesta at 10c. each, at W. RowLAxa'b. Xotlrr to HorvKNaea. Dr. Clifford is prepared to perform castrating, operate on redglings, and other surgical work at the Driving Park association's grounds. t'ARTHAUE iXTETTB CLUB. A Very Enjoyable Home Talent Mas leal Katertalnmeat at tke Opera Mobw Laat Kvenlag The Carthage Quintette club made its appearance at the opera house in this city last evening as per announcement The Quintette club is an amateur musi cal organization composed of the best people of the village of Carthage, Miner county, and the object of its visit to our city at this time was to raise funds for the completion of a church building in process of construction in their town, and also to take in the sights of the won derful lake city of South Dakota. The club is under the management of Mr. L. P. Shew, a former student of the State Normal school in this city, and a youpg musician of considerable promise. Mr. Shew's performances on the violin dur ing the evening were very artistic and heartily encored. Miss Libbie Clark,the pianist of the company, is as fine a per former on that instrument as it has been the pleasure of a Madison audience to listen to in a long while, and the gen eral impression of the audience last eve ning was that Miss Clark was destined to become more than locally famous as a pianist. W. L. Palmer, second violinist, and Mrs. W. L. Palmer and Miss Grace Brown on the piano, all carried their parts in a masterly manner, while the comic recitations of Master Tom Lyons made a pleasing variation in the pro gramme. The club as a whole is well up to the standard of amateur organiza tions, and it is to be regretted that they were not greeted by a larger audience. Xttllcf of IMttHolution. Notice is hereby given that the co partnership heretofore existing between John Wadden and V. R. Wadden under the firm name of "Wadden Bros-," at Madison, S. D., has been dissolved by mutual consent. John Wadden will con tinue the business, and assumes all firm liabilities, and all debts owing to said firm are payable to him. V. R. Wadden retires from the business having sold his interest therein. Dated April 28,1891. JOHN WADDEN. V. R. Waddejj. rrograaae for the Tfeacfceca Jleet May », 1. Physiology -Food. v 2. Aritmetic Relation of Numbers. 3 12 Reduce the expression if to the 8~ form of a proportion^ and give reasons for the arrangement. 3. Reading Circle Course—Pages 163 and 175 inclusive, of Practical Hints. 4. Discussions. Teachers who can bring a copy of Fiekjin's Arithmetic with them are re quested to do so. Cakrir Barrett, Sec'y. THi: VKTF.HI W F.I,I.. Work To Be Rra«nr4 By the City Under the Mapervlstoa of J. S.Dua. Mayor Chas. B. Kennedy this morning completed a deal with Z. Richey, of the firm of Karr & Richey, whereby the city comes into possession of the well ap paratus now situated on the artesian well premises. Work will be resumed at once under the direction of the city council. J. N. Dunn, an experienced artesian well driller, will act in the capacity of super intendent of the work. Following is a copy of the new contract which fully ex plains the conditions under which the work will be done: "This Contract, made and entered into this 29th day V»f April, A. D. 1891, by and between the city of Madison, South Dakota, party of the first part, and Messrs. Karr & Rwfhey, parties of the second part "Witnesseth: That for and in consid eration of the conditions and stipula tions mentioned herein to be performed by Karr &, Richey, said parties of the second part, said city of Madison, party of the first part, enters into a renewal of its contract with said Karr & Richey, for the drilling of an artesian well for said city, with the changes hereinafter mentioned. And said Karr & Richey, parties of the second part, in consideration of the sum of Fifteen Hundred ($1,500) Dollar?, heretofore paid to them by the said city of Madison, do hereby grant, bargain and sell unto the said city of Madison all that six-inch iron pipe now in the partially completed well, located on the east half (E1^) of Block thirteen jf 13), Kennedy's Extension to the city of Mad- South Dakota, and all the four and one-half (4*£) inch iron pipe now in said well, or on or about said premises, there being about 700 feet of the latter. Said Karr & Richey also further grant to the said city of Madison the use of their well-drilling apparatus, including en gine, derrick, machinery and everything belonging thereto and on said premises for its successful operation, for the pur pose of sinking the v:ell already partially sunk, to any depth said city may desire to sink it, or to sink on the same prem ises a new well to any depth said city may desire to sink the same,or both Buch wells if desired by said city. It being understood that the same is to be opera ted witiiout expense to said Karr & Richey, and that said apparatus is to be operated under the supervision of Mr. J* N. Dunn, if he can be employed on reas onable terms of remuneration at the cost and expense ot said city. '•No claim or charge shall ever be made by said Karr & Richey for the use of the said machinery and well-drilling appara tus above mentioned, in drilling or bor ing said well or wells as above specified. And it is herein understood and agreed that said $1,500.00 already received by said Karr & Richy is in full considera tion for all services performed by them and their employes on the well now par tially sunk as well as for all of said six (6) inch pipe and four and one-half (4*£) inch pipe before referred to, and for the use of all said machinery, well-drilling apparatus and equipments heretofore re ferred to. No provisions of this contract shall be construed so as to in any manner involve a liability on the part of the city of Madison for any claims for material furnished or work done by individuals or corporations for the said Karr & Richey during the time they were endeavoring to bore or drill said well to its present depth, and that this contract shall in no way affect any liability already incurred by said Karr Jk Richey under said former contract, either to the city of Madison or to their employes, either for material or labor furnished in the sinking of the well to its present depth. "And it is herein further agreed, that in case it should become necessary for the said city of Madison to move and ohange the position of the said appara atus and machinery from the place where it now stands to a different position on the same premises, said city of Madison shall give said second parties five days' notice by mail of such intention to move said apparatus, and shall allow said Karr & Richey the use of said apparatus any time within said five days, to remove the ten-inch and eight-inch iron pipe now in said partially completed well but said city shall not bo obliged to wait longer than said five days. "Witness our hands and seals t£le day tthd year first above writ|flja. "City of Madisoh. "By Chas. B. Kennedy, Mayor. ••and E. Shrrioan, Auditor. ••Karr & Rioter, "Bv Z. Richev." •lUMt Keeetved, a fresh invoice of Ben Davis apples, and rutabagas at Wm. Rowland's. Best Wisconsin Wood for sale by F. W. Johnson. Leave city orders with Clark, at postoffice, or at house. K" f.*: ij/t A. W. ItM First flail Mtorm* Blaine, Wash., dispatch, 26? oclock Thursday afternoon occurred, three miles east of here, the first hail storm ever witnessed in this country. Farmers report the storm as having done much damage to the crops, cutting down vegetables and stripping the leaves from the trees for a long distance. Hail stones fell halt an fcch in diameter, mak ing it dangerous to be exposed to the storm. It lasted twenty minutes, hail stones lying an inch deep on the ground when the storm was over. Nothing like it was ever seen before. Guewed It Flnil Time. A story is to^d of a bright Bangor, lie., lad, whose mother is prominent in society circles and WM entertaining a pafty of lady friends a few afternoons since. He, with boylike enthusiasm, was assisting in serving refreshments. Toward the latter part of the afternoon the little fellow approached his mother, who was engaged in conversation with the ladies. Holding a plate of cakes aloft, he remarked in a not at all sub dued tone: "Say, mamma, I guess the liked 'crcr pretty well, for that's all we've got left." A hearty laugh went the rounds, in which the hostess Joined, while the speaker departed pondering what caused so much amuse- WhM Cossqpaay Commo* Misery loves company, and company makes misery for the housewife when company conies unexpectedly and she fee# nothing cooked in the house.— ||ornorvill*» Journal. Get Hall & Schram to do your paper ing and kalsomining. First-class work URVAb BLAXMN. I'ln* H*]it In Work at The Daily Leader Offirr. Tiik Daii.y L!.mk.i: will be pleased to supply its customers with legal bluuks. itn stock embracing the following staple line: Satisfaction of chattel mortgage. Notes Warranty deeds. Quit claim deeds. Real estate mortgages with power of sale. Assignment of mortgages. Satisfaction of mortgages. Chattel mortgages long aod short forms. Notuies of chattel mortgage sale. Summons, justice court. v Summons, relief, eomjilaMt AHhI, cir cuit court. Acknowledgments. Notices of protest. Farm lease ind agreement. These arc all new "State of Sooth Da kota" blanks, printed from carefully pre pared forrnn. and may be depended ujon as being correct. Everything in the line of special form blanks furnished on short notice. The Daii.y Leader's fa cilities for doing tir^t-clase.job work are unexcelled, and we cordially solicit pat ronage. PrRNftTt'KV. Burn up your old FURNITURE and get new almost at your own price at Olmore's Furniture Store Ike Finest Stock in the City to Select from. MILL! XKKV ASD DIIKMMMAHINU LADIES. .MAliY MALOIPB-trim mer has arrived from D. B. Fisk's, Chicago, with the latest styles in Spring and Summer Millinery and Ladies' Fumtailingoodii. ins Maloy is prepared to do Drews and Cloak Making promptly,and herextend ed acquaintance in this community, ami experience in dressmaking, is a sufiicient guaranty that the work will be satisfac tory. MISS K. M. MUELLER. New and fashionable line of SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY and Ladies' Furnishing Goods. A FIRST-CLASS TRIMMER, fPKt'lAli Gasoline Stoves, Sporting Goods, Gidden Barb Wire, A. *3? Kundert & Fitzgerald's. ICS BNHIvored to part ot the city. again. MALE of Kid Gloves and Corsets for the next Tr" Thirty Days. HARDWARE. PUMPS I. FISHER. i:\i n A I KR LADIES, LOOK! Our entire line of Spring style, all full standard, prints ,. 5c. Spring dress ginghams. 10c. Exclusive agency of E. S. Jeffrey & v Co.'s Seersucker dress ginghams, 50 pieces, very tine IS^c Stripe and check Nainsooks, a beau tiful line 20c. Something very nice in linen, hemstitch, black aadIndia aprons. white, ThenceTHE GOOD VALUE. HUBBELL BROS ANII rrcOPKTTriOH^ ASHIJiE. T" DRESS GOODS, MUSLINS, ETC. for A handsome line of white and black summer goods. Sateens, and all of the novelties CLARK & McKINNON. •THE ROOKNTORR. EVERYBODY KNOWS HAT BOOK STORE carries a larger stock of Wall Paper than all the other stocks in the city put together a I letter assortment at The Book Store than at all the other places. QUERY--What's the useof wearing out good shoe leather? Why not go to The Book Store first and get just wnat you want? EVERYBODY KNOWS 3feat no other house in the city can or does compete with The Book 8t.iv in wall ipt-T-prices. Tt simply CANT l« done. EVERYBODY DON'T KNOW That sonic dealers in 1 "usclty have TWO prices.— I'^r instance GO cents a roll for YOU (you're a regular customer and will buy there any way) 35 cents a roll same paper exactly to your third door neighbor he usually trades somewhere elm but thought he'd look in and see what they had and that's the WBy they bait him. Fact. ftinie (irado of Paper at The Book Store :)0 cents—ONE SVHKE TO DRV UOOIM AND KUCKKIKH. OUR PLATFORM: POLITE ATTENTION. COME AND SEE US. OPE AIM IS TO PLEASE AND SATISFY OUIt CUSTOMElta We have the goods and the pricea to make you Fresh Stock of the Latest and Best in our Line. They Please the Taste, Delight t&e Eye, and Suit flte Pnrm. BAKERY. COSFKl'TlOXKRY, Kt«. PFISTEK & SHEA, Bakers, Fruiterers and Confectioners. Bakers of the Celebrated CREAM BREAD, ICE CREAM wrved day or ?v^ijing. 1AKF.RI. COMFKCTJLOXKRlf. KM. STAR BAKERY D. H. KILBOY, Proprietor- W«OD AXD I'OAL. DEAI.EHS IJf Wood! Goal OK THE Madison Dray Line. Fuel delivered to any part of the city free of charge. First-olass feed stable) for the accommodat ion of horse owners* LIVKKY Iff. lil'tjlSi- Ward & Vreeland, City- Live At HUBBELL FIRO.'S BARN. ATTDK1KY, W*r. McGRATH, ATTORNEY AT LA W coxnxrirsr ttjjdcs* Office in the Court House. in spring jackets. Outing flannels, an excellent line, 10©lGo Fruit of the Loom and Lonsdale mus lins, bleached 00. Radger LL, Lawrence LL, and Bea ver Dam muslins, unbleached So, ALL. FAIR DEALING. yneh to come WM. ROWLAND. Lunch Counter, Icc Cream Parlor, Confectionary. HAKDWAKi: GO TO- McCailister Bros.' Jiardware Sj4jxe and ejuuaine Vanor Stoves. A complete line of Heavy and Shelf Hardware and Build ers' Materials- t^TTin Hhop in oonnectioo with BtoM 1 CAKFKVrKV CHARLES WLATSt, Contractor and Builder* 'Tl ':ki •M r*" 'A-,.-