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1 \J- THE DAILY LEADER. MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 16,1801. Loral Tl*e T»fcle. OhioMo, Milwaukee & St. P*ol Railroad, which took effect Dec. 14,1SU0: 4 s Arrlres...lSr!)Or.«. Paesenger train jtolnj? eaat Depart(S 12.^ Paaaetiget train going west DepilnV.' i 35 r'»** Way Freight Kofng «a.t I JJ Wa, Freight foinx west o^V/.V/. l'aimenser train!" soini.'east makes connection it Egan for all poiiiti" couth, aud passenger train _'olnu west, at Woonoorket for all points north. JLAUIi-ON LINK. PaHMORer going north "i: 45 r. *. I '.i^Henger arrives from the north 12:30 14 J. R. PARKIN, Local Agent. 1891 IAY. 1891 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fri. Sal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Sttl«e afHperUl Eleetita. t» hereby ^tTPn that a special election he held in the city of Madioon, Houtb Dako a. on the 2»ith Ia" ofMay, tS!il, for tue purpose of fleeting two mnnihcrf of the board of educa 'h of naui city, as follows one member of the board of education from in- Third ward. One member of the board of education from the Fourth ward. Tbo polling place for The third wirf to estab lished at H. N Luce'a building. The polling place for the Foarth wa*d i« es tablished atK. Mueller's building. The polls nhali be open from 9 a. m. till4 p. m. of »aid day and no longer. Hated. Madixou, S. !., May 1 i% 1891. order of the city council. CHA8. B. KENNEDY, LMER SUEHIDAN, Mayor. City Auditor. THE CITY. PRKMOXAL ITKMtS. i [. O. Curtis returned from the west. i I. W. Mead was a passenger for Sioux ails to-day. Mrs. O'Connell of Orland township is n the city, the guest of her daughter, HS Annie. Mrs. Hathaway, who Him been the K' i'»st of Mrs. T. L. Buckholtz, departed i.! day for her home at Racine, Wis. Vm. Tobin, W. H. Jones, Dr. Clifford, C. Whalen and Prof. Miller were K. I passengers by the incoming train east this afternoon. from Herd N«tleew Having secured a lease of the school etion and other range, with plenty of IgrasH and good water, I will start a city jherd beginning Monday, May 18. Price |j?l per head perjmonth, in advance, J. C. BARRKTT. strawberries on ioe every day exoept nday. WM. ROWLAND. IMrawberrteS li it wived every day at Pfiater 4 Shea's. U0 cents per box. LOCAL BREtlTlRi. School Tablets—The Book StOMb* bngressman Pickler will deliver the 1-morial day address at Howard on the b. Che motor will leave the corner of Lgan avenue and center street to-mor w at 10:30 a. m. and 2:30 p. m., for the he Chautauqua grounds. The Washingtonian Debating society she State Normal school will give a ublic entertainment at fha Normal adding this evening. Little Mabel Lee this afternoon pre nted THE DAILY LBADSK with a hand itae bouquet of lilacs, apple blossoms, t.r •., which was greatly appreciated by ho entire force. An exchange says there ta something vrong with the eternaV fitness of things vhen a minister get $5 and a good sup er for performing a marriage ceremony vliich takes five minutes, while the edi or who takes two hours to set up thfe ist of presents only gets a piece of cake** July 28, G. A. R. dav on Chautauqua grounds, in,addition to Chaplain Lozier nd other speakers, the management secured Jesse Bowman Young of v tineas City, v ho will deliver his great llustrated lecture on "Echoes from Jetty sburg." This will be one of the est lectures of the Assembly. The K. P. band appeared on the streets ist evening, and furnished our citizens tue high-grade music. The band is nuking rapid improvement under the Hrection of Prof. Rhynolds. It haa •eon suggested that the band give occa tional evening open air concerts, and we egard the suggestion a good one. Burlington, Wis., Free Press, 13: Mr. 'lurence Wood of Madison, South Dako a, arrived in the*village yesterday noon, ailed here to attend the wedding of rliss Belle Graham which occurs to-mor hw. Clarence was on the streets call ng on old friends yesterday and to-day. le will remain here only a few days. The little children of Mr. and Mrs. Vm. Lee, Jr., who narrowly espaped suf tion from smoke at the family resi nce Thursday evening, have been "ite ill since the accident, and fears entertained that one of them will •recover. Mrs. Lee is almost dis wiftt grief 04 account of the ortune. Iell Rapids Times, 15: the Times i«^wRrP,d.brib«-.| lected as tho place for holding the an nual encampment of the Lake Madison Veterans association this summer, is offi cially confirmed. The encaippment will be held June 17,18 and 19. Remember ing the Buccess of the encampment held here three years ago, Dell Rapids will prepare to entertain a l$rge crowd. Artesian Advocate: August 13 is the date set for the annual meeting of the South Dakota Press association, at which time a week's outing will be enjoyed in tents upon the Chautauqua grounds at Lake Madison. It promises to be a pro fitable meeting intellectually, morally and physically speaking, and the enter prising citizens of that live city are pre paring to put their best foot forward as entertainers. Egan Express, 14: The South Dakota editors will hold a six days' jubilee at Lake Madison commencing August 13. It is a wise choice as this site possesses more attractive features than any other point in the state... .The grounds oi the Madison Driving Park association pre sent a lively appearance at present and will continue to do so all summer. Some of the most promising steppers in the Btate are noWreoeiving exercise at that place. Howard Advance, 13: An Advance representative looked through the Nor mal school at Madison Wednesday. The public needs no reminder from us that this school, under the able management of Gen. Beadle is fast approaching the educational perfectness of eastern nor mal schools... .Work has been resumed on the artesian well at Madison. Should the effort be successful our city should follow suit. ... .Miss Ellen Goold was a visitor at Madison Monday*. .Sol. De bolt went to Madison to-day. Htr«M be rrirn. Fresh strawljerries received every day. Price, 20 cents, at A- J. Anderson's. 4 RAND LODttK, K. P. it Will BefHeld In Madinon Reginaiag •fmne i-l'omialttpf* Appointed. Mystic lodge, K. P., of thia city is making elaborate preparations for the entertainment of the grand lodge which will beheld in Madison beginning June A liberal fund has been subscribed by the local members of the order to de fray the expenses of the meeting, and our citizens generally are taking an in terest in the matter of making the af fair a grand success. The following committees have been appointed: Executive committee—John Driscoll, J. A. Trow, Dr. Clough, M. J. McGilli vray. John Fitzgerald, John L. Jones, P. L. Mease. Invitations—C. J. Porter, A. B. Ol rnore, V. R. Wadden. Transportation—P. L. Mease, JoknWil liamson, John Callinan. Finance—J. A. Trow, Geo. D. Winter H. J. Patterson, W. A. Mackay, V.' Wadden, C. J. Porter. Music—J, J. Fitzgerald, John Driscoll, D. H. Kilroy, E. R. Hill, J. L. Jonee, N. D. McGillivray, E. H. Beadle. Banquet—M. J. McGillivray, D. T. Scott, T. D. Buckholta, O. S. Jonee, J. Bridges, Fred Davoll, D. H. Kilroy. Decoration James Slack, James Bridges, Martin Johnson, Frank McCal lister, Lou Shaw, Lute Preeton, A. T. Lewis, Rodger Candee, Wm. Blake. Ball—Ned Stott, J. M. Preeton, Ned Hill, Granger McCallister, Ed. Shep pard, Dr. Palmer, Cal Nichols, S. Soren son, J. S. Slack, Ves O'Gar, R. B. Fitz gerald. Reception—P. Mease, John Drisooll, J. Jones, Dr. Clough, J. H. William son, John Callinan^ V. R. Wadden, J. A. Trow, H. J. Patterson, Geo. F. Tuttle, M. J. McGillivray, C. J. Porter, H. C. Cole, W. H. Dempster, P. D. Fitta, W. W. Janes, W. D. Sheehari, A. H. Yoder, Lou White, I. VanDyne. Mteaatthip Tickets. Beaver Line ocean steamers* sailing weekly between Montreal and Liverpool. Shortest and cheapest route. Tickets sold bj Kennedy Bros. LEWAL BLANK.**. A fitaple Liae Kept in Stoclfc The Dally .Leader Ofltee* THE DAILY LEADER will be pleased to supply its customers with legal blanks, its 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 mortgagee. Satisfaction of mortgages. Chattel mortgages—long and short forms. Notioee of chattel mortgage aale. Summons, justice court. Summons, relief, complaint filed, cir cuit court. Acknowledgments. Notices of protest. Farm lease and agreement. These are all new "State of South Da kota" blanks, printed from carefully pre pared forms, and cAay be depended upon as being correct. Everything in the line of special form blanks furnished on short notice. THE DAI LY LEADEK'S fa cilities for doing first-class job work are unexcelled, ana we cordially solicit pat ronage. •n the Death mt Dr. Titaj, When the Rev. Dr. Stephen 0odd, of New York, died, an fc ,-t Haven poet took upon himself the duty ol writing a suitable epitaph, and here i* what he presented, with due respect (0 fee widow: "fc«re UM -l the bod? ol Dr. Dot* Bav« mercy on bis seal, u Qe4} Almighty Qod, do aato Dodi 1 AM LK dd wonii 4o if he wovM." NKILLFrL Ml'RtlRRY. D*. Claaih PrrftervM aa Operatlm (lar the Removal of Caries Base fir—1 Nellie Madden'** I/eft Ltnh. Dr. A. E. Clough, assisted by Drs. 8. M. Jenks and E. L. Clark, this morning performed a skillful surgical operation upon little Nellie Wadden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wadden, for the re moval of caries bone from her left limb, below the knee. Nellie has been a great sufferer for several months, her affliction having come upon her suddenly and without apparent cause. In operating, Dr. Clough made an incision from the knee-cap to the instep of the foot, and besides removing several pieces of bone, chiseled off diseased portions, and dis sected away diseased flesh. The case is a serious one, but the surgeons entertain hopes of saviDg the limb. The opera tion was in progress over an hour, the patient rallying from the anaesthetic *in good condition. Nellie has withstood her misfortune with remarkable patience, and the friends of the family certainly hope for her speedy recovery. Dr. Clough has been unusually successful in his surgical practice, performing diffi cult operations nearly every day which have resulted successfully, and his skill in other cases furnishes good ground for hope that the present case will termi nate in a permanent cure. OIR MEW KAlLiRO.%*. Hew It la Regarded the Cttlaeaft of le 11 KapMs. Dell Rapids Times, 15: Dell Rapids' prospects of securing the extension of the Sioux City and Northern railroad from Garretson—under the name of the Sioux City, Madison and Northern are exceedingly favorable at this writing. To-day the Times presents all the news in relation to the projected line that is available up to date. It will be seen thereby that the Sioux City railroad men, repreeenting the Sioux City and Northern company, are interested in the project in a manner that cannot be con strued to portend but one result—the building of the road. The line mapped out from Garretson to Minot, N. D., will make one of the best roads in the state, of vast benefit to every interest of Sioux City, as well as of this section, especially our stone industry, and if the section through which it passes does its part to accomplish the success of the enterprise there is but little question left that the road will be built, as the company would scarcely go to the expense they are and make the necessary survey were they not deoided to go on with the enterprise. The manner in which they are pushing the work gives very gratifying assurance that the road will probably be construc ted this year. But while everything is favorable and very encouraging, yet our people must not think their work is done and sit down contentedly. They should continue to work earnestly for the further promotion of the project. The right-of way and depot grounds are asked. They should be gladly given, as the road will be cheap at such a price. The road, with its connections, which Me unex celled, will be of incalculable benefit to the people of this section, especially in the development of the country and its resources and industries. A grasping, niggardly policy might lose the road to us, and therefore an opposite policy should be pursued, as the company's de mands will have to be satisfied only after the road is a certainty. There is but lit tle doubt that the towns will do all they can to promote the enterprise, and the country should do likewise. The town ships through which the road passes, and individual farmers, can do much in the way of giving right-of-way, and they should gladly do what they can, as the road will be aa beneficial to them as to the towns. ORLAXD. A^ilsad Cattle Hale-Farmer I test in Colorado—Representative Keegan Trne Bine. Correspondence oi The Daily Leader. ORLAND, May 12.—Grain continues to grow nicely, and all expect a big crop. There is a large acreage of corn already in, and the amount of flax sowed will be large. The O'Cbnnell brothers are drilling a well for Mr. McAllister of Franklin town ship. Frank Maloy sold cattle to the amount of |1,000 this spring. His herd is still toot a small one, but unfortunately the drilled well which he prized so highly has filled up with quicksand, rendering the wTell a complete failure and the dis posal of some of his stock necessary. Justice Shirley united in marriage re cently Miss Lena Johanson and Mr. McNary. The gophers will try hard to feast en seed corn. Mr. Fr uik Kinzley is back from Cali fornia—satisfied after a brief stay there that he oould do much better in South Dakota. A letter received from Orlo Doty, at Mosea, Col., shows he haa good hope for the country, though the agent, Cowie, he declares is a rascal. It comes quite straight that Garret Lyons is so disgus ted with the country that he is going to pull out for Kansas, and as Kansas is in no respect equal to Dakota, we antici pate another move will land him here. Rev. Smith, formerly Adventist minis ter of Madison, has made many converts in his new home. Mrs. John Stuart writes that he haa been searching the bible through to find something against keeping Saturday as the Sabbath, or their preaching, but can only find every thing in their favor. From another source we learn that Mrs. Stuart is about to be baptized an Adventist. Juke Gross ami family are going to leave for Iowa, and Mrs. Rilling doee not like the country. The agent, Cowie, beat Groes out of his land and 9120 he had paid to him. Cowie has recently been as far aa Denver and for some reason gave a receipt for settlement to John Dane, but gave all others whom he was| owing a wide berth. He has not put in! an appearance in the San Luis valley of late. This is from letters from parties! there. Growing wheat is eaten in the ab sence of grass by the myriads of jaok rabbits which infest that region. It comes quite straight that Represen tative Keegan was offered 81,500 cash and his choice of any one of six oflices he was capable of filling, last winter, if he would lxlt his party and help the oppo sition. Jim was true blue to-tfe»-party that nominated him. Ed. Sherin in his business trip to the state of Washington, while not making large profits had the pleasure of the ride and of seeing the country. Lon (ralbreth, traveling salesman for a Minneapolis dry goods house has switched off a day or two to visit friends in this neighborhood. The grip is gone and the big harveet ooming will knock oat that worse grip, namely, poverty. fBB (HIBCHEt,, $ Prifframmf or Kervfetn to Be Held Throughout the City To-Horro* K1RKT BAITIST CHURCH. At 10:30 a. m., sermon by the pastor, "Elements of a Live Church," Rev. ii:8-9. Sunday school at noon. 8 p. m. sermon "The Offending Eye," Mat. v:29. A cor dial invitation to all. METHODIST CHVBOH. In the morning at 10:30 the pastor will talk on education and churoh work among the colored people of the south land. In the evening at 8 o'clock, Ep worth League anniversary. Sunday school and other meetings at the usual hours, PRB8BYTKKIAN CHURCH. Service# at Firemen'shall at 10:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sabbath school at noon. Young People's society at p. m. Ali cordially welcomed. ST. THOMAS CHURCH. Early Mass at 8:15 High Mass at 11 Bl. Vespers and Benediction at 8 p. m. GRACR EPISCOPAL CHURCH. There will be no servioe to-morrow on account of the absence of the rector. NORWEGIAN women are IN A WEST VIBOUUA A said by t-av* fliers always to look sad and bent m*r. They hare low foreheads and high cheek bones, and downcast eyes. building a^nde-ti^ek on "a Mis hchoal ^ISS TTA«? TPaperTHE IV srppi railroad the workmen uncover,1! a cannon, a grindstone, a teapot, an ai'. ii. a looking-glass, 4 door-bell, a bootjack, a keg of powder and a Bible —all de posited in one place. a* warned the girls that any oW w chewed gum waa not only to becia se«l with the cow creation, but cou'd .• i hope to enter the Kiugdom of 1 leaden. After he had been licked by several fathers and brothers he put his ttaxj in his pocket and skipped otgt. CURIOUS phenomenon was recency observed on the sea at Folkestone. England. A ship laden with oil M-nk in collision and the water was co\m*d with oQ. This produoed a Htrange ef fect on the wild fowl, which are plenti ful there. Wild ducks, teal and OIUM birds were easily caught, a* thev .-.ee.ueci nnable to fly on account of their feather* being satuated with oil. HAIL! HAIL! HAIL! INSURE IOUB CK01$ IN THJ5 Dakota Hail Association OF PLAN KIN'TOM. MEAD & BER6STRESER, Agnts, MADISON, 8. D, MILLINER* AND URESdMAKINU LADIESL MARY MALO^ 'iS trim mer has arrived from D. B. Fisk's, Chicago, with the latest styles in Spring aud Siiuniu Milliner) and Ladies' Furnbhingfioods. Miss Maloy is prepared to do Dress and Clonk Making promptly, and herextend ed acquaintance in this community, and experience in dressmaking, is a sufficient guaranty that the work will be satisfac tory. MISS K. M. MUELLER. New and fashionable line of SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY and Ladies' Furnishing (roods. A FIRST-CLAS8 TRIMMER. HPKVIAL MLB at Kid Gloves and Corsets for the ne&t Thirty Days. CAlrRNTRY. »Arfrnif 11 CHARLES GLATZ, GKIERAL HKRCHAKMIWK. Grand Display O Summer Goods AT CLARK & McKINNON'S. Examine our line of Embroidered Dress Patterns in Miick aud while. DRV tvOODM AND ^KOCl'.KIFJI. S. 0. 91c. Siflni City, Madison The name of the new About to Connect our beautiful "Lake City" with the Great Manitoba Railway. The foregoing, though of great imjKrtance to the general son and Lake county public, is, of course, here used eye, the chief object of this space leiiig to announce to my long list of patrons that my shelves are being daily replenished with the latest and best in my line of goods, and that as your pleasure in this matfer is my profit, it will always be my aim to give such decided bargains aa to make everyone, who once trades with me, a permanent cuHtomei. THE ROOKNTORK. EVERYBODY KNOWS HAT BOOK s )IIE carries a lurger stock of Wall than all the other stocks in the city put together— hence a letter assortment at The Book Store than at ait the other places. QUERY—What's the use of wearing out good shoe leather? W hy not go to The Book Store first and get ust wnafc you want? ""EVERYBODY KNOWS That no other house in the city can or doee compete with Book in w«!l j°?*»r price® Tt «Hmrly OA EVERYBODY DON'T KNOW That some dealers in this city have TWO prices.—Forinstance (X) cents a roll for OU (you're a regular -ustomev and wilt buy there any way) 35 cents a roll same paper exactly -to Vour third door neighbor he usually trades somewhere else but thought he'd look in and sse what they had and that's the way they bait him. Fact. Hanie (Trade of Paper HARDWARE. -GO TO- McCallister Bros.' TZZ Hardware Store and examine JEWEL Vanor Stoves. A complete line of Heavy and Shelf Hardware and Build ers' Materials. t^Tin Shop in connection with Store 1€K. Delivered to 5 b't" Contractor and Builder, S Jf! *.'f i. "Vk' v-s 1, 91., cwib Which, when translated into common, every day parlnnoe signifies at any tlie city. only to catch tho WM. ROWLAND. DM CrT NJ dore. The 30 cents™ONE Pit ICE TO ILL. HAKRRY, COIFRCTiONESY, PFI8TER & SHEA, Bakers, Fruiterers and Confectioners, Bakers of the Celebrated CREAM BREAD. IOE CREAM served day or evening. part oi Booli Store LtVKKY. Ward & Vreeland, City Livery, At HTBBELL BRO.'S BARN. ATTOKNKY. WM. MCGRATIV ATTORNEY AT LAW COTT2Sn?-Z" T-CJ3DO-33. Office in the Court House. HARDWARE. L. 1. FISHER. Kundert & Fitzgerald. PUMPS, NAILS, Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezer# Screen Hoors. v y 'v\\ V.