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^LY LEADER. jON, SOUTH DAKOTA. _L)AY FCVE'G, JULY 23, 189L TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. mall, 1 year l«-00 mail, (Smooth®.... "0.00 raaiU A month*.... ..«* *-30 Di5)y, hy carrier, per we«k.. TO ADVERTISBRS. BI DAILT LBADKR mivko# a apccial FEATURE of finishing Information concerning the advaa and resources of the city of Madison ana state at large, entitling it to the patronage of advertisers of every das#. J. F. STAQU Proprietor. Talmage day. The Lnke Madison Chautauqua assem bly i n "howling success" in all that the v' r.\i imply. The grain harvest has oomwietwed, and favorable reports are being received from nearly every county in the state. Pierre is preparing to hold an election to vote on the question of issuing bonds to take up the city's outstanding indebt edness. Peter Butler and Lute Fluent have been held, without bail, for the murder of James Cassidy at a dance near Elk Point recently. Acoording to the state press, from one to a dozen citizens from every town in the state are attending the Lake Matli HIT Chantauqua assembly. Reports from various points the state are to the effect that refreshing rai^s have fallen within the past few days, grcntly benefiting vegetation. The high water in the Missouri river la the vicinity of Vermillion is doing considerable damage to adjacent farm l«nflfli washing acres of it into the river daily. Extracts from THE DAILY LEADER'S Chautauqua reports are being quite generally printed in the state press, giv ing everybody something of an idea of Of the magnitude and sueoess of t(M en terprise. Payments to the Sisseton and Wahpe ton Indians have come to a standstill, •*mg to complications growing out of the Sanborn contract. The Indians say they will patiently await insfarttsfciuos from Washington. The family of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin of Armour have been sorely bereaved. Their three children were taken'serious ly ill and two of them died and the third is in a precarious condition. The little folk had been playing horse, and in ther efforts to imitate that animal they had eaten grass and weeds. It is the opinion of the attending physioians in this way they took into their systems an irritant poison which resulted in inflam mation of the bowels. DeSmet dispatch, 21: Then Is large crop of berries and currants abaut DeSmet this year, enough to supply the retail trade and many peoplefare canning large quantities. There is no reason Why all the small fruits cannot be mott successfully raised in South Dakota. All that is needed is ordinary care. Prom a small piece of ground Bolin Whiting near town this year picked nearly 400 quarts of strawberries, which brought from fifteen to twenty cents per quart in our market. To HeorgaolM the Grand Trunlt. MONTREAL. July 23.—A London cable •ays that Duncan Mclntyre, the newly appointed Canadian director of the Grand Trunk road and Sir Henry Tyler, the president of the road, have sailed Cor Canada, and when they both reach there the work of reorganizing tii^Can atiian staff of the company will com mence. Some vital changes are contem plated. IUtfolnad th« Cable. IQUIQUK, July 23.—The American Cable steamer Relay, belonging to the Central and South American Cable com pany. has joined the cables in the free •ea off this place, re-establishing com munication Detv-Hn Callao, Peru, and Valparaiso, Chi-.. The work was done ®nder the on of the United States ship, Ua^uiiore. German Colony. BUFFALO, N. D., July 5*3.—A. latter from Harnick, Ia., asks for permission tp locate a colony of good, energetic Germans near Buffalo. They are e*- fsc-tedwish here by this time next month, liey to buy land, settle and re main with us permanently. Where Beeket's Bones Are Burled. Thomas a Becket's bones are to the fore again, and this time it seems as if the matter were really settled, and that the saint's remains might henceforth lie left in peace. It will be remembered that when the skull and bones were dis covered, which gave rise to so much con troversy in the antiquarian world three v aars gr V ii "i S- ago, there were several objections urged against their being those of the murdered archbishop, the principal one being that the contemporary pope spoke of a "double sacrilege" having 1een committed by Henry, in tha.t he hmi not only murdered the saint, bat had also burned his sacred bones. This argument has now been met by the discovery in the British museum of pome notes for a sermon to be preached at Paul's Cross some time after the mur der, in which the preacher jots down that he was by the king's command to contradict the statement that Becket's bones had been burned. Then come •some lines which are crossed through in g, the manuscript, but which have now Y\" been deciphered and read as follows: V "They (the bones) are buried beneath one iv iiof the central towers of Canterbury ^cathedral." This should be oontilxislTS. —Pall Mall Gtasstte. "v." ," TMEE WOMEN OF TODAY TYPICAL AMERICAN QIRL3, GOOD LOOKING AND INTELLECTUAL. Too May &«e the Pim of One on th« Oaf rent Silver Dollar—A Worker la tht Temperance Csott-CMle Iff Fi— ty Mall Carrier. .V .5wfi,N mss ksnx w. WILLLUO. When, some years ago, a typical American girl consented to allow a re production of her features on the latest Variety in coinage of United States sil ver dollars, she stipulated that her iden tity should not be revealed. But the secret is a secret no more, and those who have seen the original of the design since learning the fact are pleased to observe that she is much better looking than the allver presentment of her would indicate. The lady is Miss Anna W. Williams, now teacher in the Girls' Normal school, Seventeenth and Spring Garden streets, Philadelphia. Her profit at the time she was taken for the model of Liberty was considered the most perfect in Phil adelphia, .and any one who will compare her picture here given with that on the silver dollar he may have in his pocket will see the likeness. The story that the engraver fell in love with and married his ideal was a romantic embellishment Though her silver copy is near to the hearts of millions the original is still a maiden. Another lady whose profile is less fa miliar and her name far better known ia Mrs. Lillian Hollister, of Detroit, for six years president of the Woman's Chris tian Temperance union and one of the most untiring women in the world in general work for moral and social re- MRS." LILLIAN HOLLISTER. form. She vffta born Sept. 8, 1858, la Oakland county, Mich., and though pre cocious in scholarship she lived such an open life that she reached maturity with a splendid physical constitution. Her father, Phineas Bates, was a well to do farmer, and when she graduated from the high school at the age of fifteen she was also an expert in bareback riding and all rural activities. She began teaching at fifteen, and four years later married Mr. Daniel W. Hol lister, with whom she lived on a farm till 1881, when she removed to Detroit to cultivate her musical and literary ability. She soon became prominent in woman's work, first in the Methodist church and then in the temperance cause. For two years she was secretary of the W. T. U., then vice president and finally president. Another illustration of the present tendency of ladies to do any good work they find to do, regardless of the old con ventionalities, is Miss Beulah Sn^ler, the mail c»rr.^ of Bucks county, Pa. She is eighteen ,r« old, and a striking type of brunette beauty, with dark syes BEULAH SJTTDHIt and raven black hair—"one of the pret- tl^st say, of Bie from the is in Backs county," all the men lives In a cottage jast otitslde ie^elijvtlla, 1 that plaoe mail to Di !l4grgantowti, edai rf Black Organdies, MADISON, S. D. PAINTS PAINTS PAINTS PAINTS aoxxai V. 1 C-, £4 PAINTS PAINTS PAINTS xfiv.-r.m t-1 EH L-» fry. V. To Mh«HH PAINTS PAINTS PAINTS PAINTS tsid and every morning starts in her baggy and takes Durham, Sprtngtown and besides voluntarily deliv- many letters along the road. She has done this continuously since the 1st of May and without accident, though aba gpes prepared tor emergen cies. She drives S vlry spirited horse. •V- OKNKKAII If KRi'HAStilMR. MMii IAL om:iiL\ KEEP CHARLES GLATZ HAROWAJRK. in Checks and Stripes, Seojtcn Zephyrs and Gingham, Cotton and All-Wool A MOMENT'S REFLECTION ATom o T^fuectioC A COOL! This advice has at tenet the merit of being? 'timely, and in order to assist you to profit by it, and at the same time dress in a style bo coming to the "tone" of a great Chautauqua oity, we are making special offerings in the following Summer goods, of which we have au elegant assortment: Challies, Embroideries and Flounolngs, Outing Flannels, Ribbons, Etc. jyThese goods are all of a superior grade, and the prices have been marked down to a notch that ought to sell them quick. You will consult your own interests if you call upon us before purchasing. CLARK & McKINNON. Oxnr-LMO nm wcis I.OTIII*4. \M FritMHIH\ UOOim. S ALL THAT YOU NEED to see that it's not cost that makes value. It's not what you pay for a thing that determines it's worth. The value of an article to you is in its serving the purpose for which vou bought it. Clothing is bought for more of a purpose than merely covering nakedness. If not, a John-the-Baptist outfit with a leather girdle would do. As to value, our clothing moves right along in the line of purpose. Pur pose in appearance, good appear ance, long-continued good appear ance purpose in beauty of Patterns, newness of styles, quality of fabric, and suitability to occupation. There's much in these purposes. You should dress Comfortable during hot weather in order to enjoy your vacation. We are ready to supply you with every article of wearing apparel suitable to a high state of the thermometer. Thin, cool coats and vests of every color and material, light weight pants, thin under wear, silk, flannel and negligee shirts. Also, suits and pants made to order on short notice. JOHN DR1SC0LL, TI1K BOOKNTOKE. We Have Just Received HCLOCKSJi' A FINE LINE OP 30-hou^ blocks. h-day Clocks. Alarm Clocks. AND CLOCKS WITHOUT ALARMS. Large Clocks* Small Clocks, Fancy Clocki, Plain The One-Price Clothier. Clocks, and all are Guaranteed in every way. THE BOOK STORE. WALL PAPER, 1)RIU8 AND JEWELRY. It takes the lead It's the best in the world I itjiievcr chalks or flairCS off! *It is guaranteed for live years I PUMPS, NAILS, Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators. Ice Cream Freezers. Screen Doors. Ifomdart & Fiizgetald'Si It costs less than other pam1 Because it spreads .50 per cent, further. qonn "Sherwin-Williams Paint mtd \J Spld in Lake county in four ami a half years and GALLON'S no one ill' fill jiijj— If [fi i ^aH en^ere^ a CARPEXTBY. HARDWARE and Contractor Builder. JEWEL Vanor Stoves. A oomplete line of Heavy and Shell Hardware and Build ers' Materials. ray-Tip Shop in connection with Store ATTORNEY. WM. 'A**- A-hl -S A complaint yet. SMITH & COOK, Dmgglgts an Jewelers. McCallisler Bros.' Hardware Btore and examias McGRATIl, ATTORNEY AT LAW X30TOCTY TTTDO'E. Offlos ia ths Oourt Hottsi^^ i __ BOOTH* MHOF.M, IIRY UOODM GROCERIES. 1 M. J. M5GILLIVRAY 5 CO. LUDLOW'S Ladies' and Misses' "V. ^FINE*^ SHOES! Groceries ©RIT tiOODtl ASU HKeCKKlES. It]STILL A-BOILING! BANHIX«, COLLECTIONS, Etc. CHAS. B. KENNEDY, Pres. Ws. F. KENNEDY, SeoV ft Treas. Madison, South Dakota. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. Makes a specialty o£ first mortgage and real estate l^ana municipal, county and school bonds and other securities. CORRESPONDENTS. Quaker City "National Bank, Philadelphia, Pel*. .Rational Bank of Illinois, Chicago, 111. Sioux Falls National Bank, Sioux Falls, 9, D. W. P. SMITH, President. M. W. DALY, Vice-President. J. A. TROW, CaShier Citizens. ]N:qtioiiql Capital $50,000. Surplus $16,000. MADISON DAKOTA A General Banking Business Transacted. Will remit money to any part of the Old World, and principal Eui pal Bonds bought and sold. r- carry the most oomplete line of RY GOODS 5 RESS GOOD I ia all styles. Call and see our WALKING SHOES aR* at tfce loi possible price^ We have ar ranged to supply our customt with the finest of Jersey Butter,aM ways on hand and v ,v .v V^ u \r. y. y y y. /, y. kept on ice. M. J. MCGILLIVRAY 3 Co. FOR CAMPERS, FULL ASSORTMENT Canned Meats, Italian Sausages, Boneless Hani, Dried Beef. tWA complete general line of DKV UOOIIS, BOOTS. SHOES, GROCERIES, Etc., all new and fresh. Ui:\t.UAl, MKU( 1I(\\1»IKK. In the Shade AND Is a gentle reminder time for doffing heavy Spring goods and crawling into something light and airy, is at band. In addition to my full and complete stock of everything in the Dry iooda line, far the Next Ten Days I'SHAU. MAKE SPECIAL, OFFERS IN White Goods, Flouncings, Black Indian Linens, Outing Flannels, Silk G-loves and Mitts, HEAVY CHENILLE CURTAINS, Etc. I am heavily stocked with these seasonable goods, and shall let them go st astonishingly low prices. 1. J. FITZGERALD. '£s Jsh', S E. H. CLAPP, Vioe Pros JONES, Ass't L. Northwestern Loan and Banking Go. Sec*y A uropean ports on any of the leading lines of steamboats. PFI8TER & SHEA, Bakers, Fruiterers and Confectioners. Bakers of the Celebrated CREAM BREAD, ICE ORE AM served day or evening. i Treas Buy sell tickets to and from Collections made and promptly rexnittsd. CORRESPONDENTS: Firtt National Bank, Chicago. Chase National Bank, New ^ork Minnehaha National Bank, Sioux Palls. RARERV, U-\FE«JTIOXKRV, Ete.