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MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. SONDAJ" EVENING. JAN. I, 1892. TERMS OF SUBSCKIPTIOS. fcy matt, 1 year .#6.00 mail, (, inontlia 3-00 py mail.' month* 1-50 «ailv, bv earner, per week 15 TO ADVERTISERS. •tOuLT LBAUKR MAKE* a special fHtin of liniiiOiinc information concerning the advan |Air." und ro«nm-c'8 of the city of Madison and thfc ft ate a: Inr^o, entitling it to the patronage of advertisers ol every eiasi". J. K. stAHf.. Proprietor. T*t« Sioux Falls Argus Leader issued very creditable edition, January 1, of crop statistics in the state. Hie Yank ton Press and Dakotan also "boomed*' that city not a little. Agent Palmer of the Cbeyenne agency has been exonerated of the charges against him in regard to crookedness in Ills official dealings, but so much bad blood has been stirred up on all sides ia the matter that it is doubtful whether he will be reinstated or not. It is given out cold and true that Boyd, democrat, who was ousted from the gov ernorship of Nebraska last fall by the aiipreme court of that state, on account of ineligibility as a citizen, will be re stored by the forth-coming decision of the supreme court of the lTnited States, hence there is great joy among the faith ful In Nebraska. Watertown News, 1: Judge Aikens fs Wider fire now. The ministers of Sioux Fall s are after him. He is said to be in the habit of drinking more than a judge should. lie is also reported to be im moral in his private life. The time has gone by when men guilty of immoral conduct will he allowed to sit on the bench without public criticism. Pierre Capital, .'51: John F. Norton of Sioux Fails, internal revenue collector, la speaking about the raiifoad outlook ia South Dakota next year, states he has il on pretty good authority that work would be commenoed on the Midland Pacific as some $,",000,000 worth of bonds for the road had recently been sold in Scotland. Mr. Norton thinks that the Great Northern is interested to some ex tant in the road and is assisting Senator Pdttigrew. Perry S. Heath, in tits dispatches from Washington to the Omaha Bee, soys: "Within less than two hours after the death of Senator Plumb, Senator Warren, of Wyoming, had mailed a letter to Doorkeeper Bassett, applying fear the dead senator's desk, which was a very desirable one. The Kansas senator oc cupied a desk and chair in the very center of the outside row next to the main aisle, where he could have easy egress and ingress, and could see and be heard from any point in the chamber. The eagerness with which senators pounce upon the seats of their dead con freres makes me almost shudder. Quite a nutnijer of letters were mailed yester day asking for Plumb'e seat, so many in fact, that the postmarks on theenvolopes had to be consulted as to priority of application. Senator Warren fortunate ly carried his letter to the city postofllce himself, thereby securing an immediate postmark, 2 o'clock, when the death oc curred just past 12, and so he gets the vacant chair." A Boy lllghwkTiuiui. NEW YORK, Jan. -I.—The first murder of the new year was perpetrated in Har lem early in the morning. A drunken man was waylaid, beaten, robbed and ftu'ii thrown iuto the river. His slayer lb Henry Turner. 19 years old. He de clared first that the murder was the work of a gang of thugs but later con fessed that he himself was responsible for the man's death. Robber* Arrested. LEES SUMMIT, Mo., Jan. 4.—The Lees Summit Protection association has suc ceeded in arresting members of the gang who have been engaged in the numerous robberies in this section. Two were tried and fined and two oth ers yet to be arraigned. All are so respectable parents residing in thi4 county. London Pr»grr««*Tr». LONDON, Jan. 4.— Strange to say Lon don has never had a public health de partment until uow. An act creating such a department went into force Fri day morning. Up to this time the medical officer had to cope as best he con id with the work arising out of the honnmg and other sanitary acts of the Londoa county council. But a clamor for a more efficient administration of th«w acts arose and then the public health department with the medical USkaa: at its head was created. Jail Breakers Htill at Largo. *, CHEYENNE, Wvo., Jan. 4. —The &rree men who escaped from the county jail here .*re still at large. A ranchman has just returned from twenty miles east and reports the theft of a horse at his place la«t night. Miller, the juvenile double murderer, is sure to make a a trail and will be captured. Mingtn, the whole? t'-: cattle thief, is worth $30, *.X), and if gets to his ran-h in Ne braska his recovery will be extremely 1 difficult. CoLt'Mnrs. O., Jan. 4.—Freight train No. *.f eastbonml on the Bnltimore and Ohio at 1 o'clocit p. ra., broka. in two on a *te*p fcrade near Franklin, nine miles west of Bt llnire, O. One section of the traiu dashfd down the grade with lightning .i -i'iity for a distance of five and finally crashed into another train on a bridge. Five tramps were on the broken section and two were »o badly feytuvd tbtgr cannot recoTer. OHIO'S SKNATORSHIP. Sherman Men Wia the First Heat by Electing Their Candidal* fat Speaker. Boae Sappasad Sherman Men, Haw* aver, Are Reported to Have Coats Out for Foraker. The President Arraigned for Meddling With the Fi?ht -Plumb's Suc cessor Named. CoLmnws, Ohio. Jan. 4.—The Repub lican caucus to nominate a speaker met at the capitol at o'clock. Mr. Halcomb, of Scioto county, presented the name of Laylin, the Sherman candidate for sjeaker, and Mr. (iriffiu.of Toledo, that of Mr. McOrew, the Foraker candidate. On the first ballot Laylin was nomin ated, receiving :W votes to McGrew 37. F«raker Gaining. CLEVELAND, O., Jan. 4.— A Columbus special says: Representative L. C. Reeves, of Ashtabula, and T. C. Wil liams, of Noble county, hitherto count ed upon by Sherman men have an nounced that they will vote for Foraker for senator. The latter appears to be gaining strength every hour. FORAKER'S SPEECH. Th« Ohio Governor Arraign* Harriaoa for Meddling with Ohio Pslitlca. NEW YORK, Jan, 4.—The Herald's Columbus, O., dispatch says that ex Governor Foraker created a sensation by making a speech criticising the ad ministration for interference in the senatorial contest now going on in that state. The speech referred to is as fol lows: Somebody said about three months ago that he would not scramble for re election. It's my impression that he has changed his mind about it. At least, that is indicated by the presence in this city, not only of all the representatives by appointment that hold office within the borders of our strte, but ah who can be commanded from all tLe confines of the United States. We have in this fight to contend upon our side against everything, as I once said before, from ^rand father's hat to Baby McKee, but against all we shall win the tight. 1 know whereof I si*ak, and I hesitate not to make that predic tion without any qualification whatso ever. We did not seek this fight, but when it was thrust upon us we did not hesitate to accept the challenge. I do not know who the next standard bearer may Ve. Our piv-.-nt president has giv en us'a good administration, but if the people of Ohio shoul^ take a notion that James G. Blaine should be the nominee, we will try and accept that too, and if Blaine should be named we will tri umphantly elect him, and when he shall have been elected we will have in the White House the greatest of all living Americans. The ex-governor's speech was fre quently interrupted by cheers. PEFTKINS GETS THE SEAT. The Bitter Fight Over the Kanaaa Sena tnrsliip Brought to an Cud. Tome A, Kan., Jan. 4. -Governor Humphrey has appointed Hon. Bishop Perkins, of Oswtgo, senator to succeed the late Senator Plumb. The fight has been a hard one ^d the governor has been besieged by friends of the many applicants from the day of Senator Plumb's funeral. A number of ugly stories were set afloat about Peikins and he had to come here from Washington to refute them. In cpeaking of the ap pointment Governor Humphrey said: "None of the charges brought against Perkins were substantiated and he was evidently stronger with the people than any other applicant. It was necessary to appoint a man who could go right ahead with the work undertaken by Senator Plumb and I was convinced by reason of his acquaintance and expe rience in Washington that Perkins was the best man.'' WHY HE DID IT. "seems United s senate. 1 fUtted. the Governor Humphrey* Talks About Appointment of Parkin#. TOPEKA, Kan., Jan. 4. Governor Humphreys, sitting in the parlor of his private secretary, and talking of the senatorial appointment, said: "Having in view the long service of Judge Per kins on the liench and in the lower house of congress, where ha was by common consent one of the acknowledged leaders of the Kansas del egation. it to me that this ap pointment would prove satisfactory to the people of the state. It might be haid that my motive in the appointment of J. G. Perkins was selfish in this, that it would remove him as a possible candidate for congress in the Third dis trict in the interest of myself for the office. On this account I hesitated somewhat in the matter but the fact is J. G. Perkins was hot in my way for congress, having publicly declared, as as privately to me and other friends, that he would not ba in that race. From his honorable career on the bench ahd in congrc* I have the'utmost confident in his ability and am confi dent that he will serve the state with great dignity and be an honor to the I'rtiMrutt a Faith CarUt. XftrausGrroH. la,, Jan. 4.—The OORN ner\s jury in the case of the death of Clarence Lay, have returned a verdict severely censuring the parent« of the child lor neglect and denouncing the Christian science JM a dangerous fallacy. An order was also issued to the coroner to begin the prosecution of Miss Van delrwutei, the local healer, under th. state law for met hod of healing withou the required certificate from the §Ui bos&t of ex&ininflM* STORM AT MILWAUKEE. Ou SKaa Otushcd by a Taak WMek t)M Wind Dislodged. MIIAVAC&EE, Jan. 4.- George P. Seid ler, a cigar man, was killed by being crushed beneath a big tank blown from the roof of Bruss & Wollaegsr's «tair case factory. The storm of Friday night was very severe, and resulted in conid erable damage, especially to street signs, many of them being blown down, and several persons had narrow escapes from being struck by them. A heavy plate glass window in Gimble Bros.' store on Grand avenue, was blown in, and several rolls of carpet were 4med by the wind into the street. ChlnM* Stbali After Tand SHANGHAI, Jan. 4. —While the main body of tlte rebels in Manchooria ap pears to be broken up, marauding bands still roam through the country, com mitting outrages and murders. The animosity of these outlaws seems to be chiefly directed against the land owners, whose lived they take without mercy and from this it is inferred that agra rian troubles have something to do with the outbreak. The maranders also destroy the temples Mid plunder the altars, having no more respect for the native than for the Christian re ligion. As infantry would be useless against the swiftly moving bands of depredators. Viceroy Li Hung Chang has sent a body of cavalry to nHaute them. Another Sag* Auanlted. ALBANY, N. Y.. Jan. 4.—Dean Sage, the millionaire lumber merchant, had an experience during the evening simi lar somewhat to that of Russell Sage. Two rough looking men called at the house and demanded an audience with him. They were refused admittance, but declared they would not leave until they saw him. Mr. Sage went to the door, when the men became abusive and dragged him out of doors and assaulted him. A call was sent to polite liead quarfers and the men fled. One of them was subsequently captured and gave the name of Thomas Martin. He woaki say nothing about his visit. Rollogg'* WVathar. ST. PAUL. Jan. 4. —M. N. Kellogg, the St. Paul weather prophet, predicts as follows for January: The principal dis turbance in the planets for the month of January will occur from the 4th to the 8th, from the 10th to the 13tli, from the 20th to the '24th and from the 08th to the $0th. The planetary disturbance will occasion heavy storms, which wiil in each instance be followed by exces sively cold weather. The entire month of January will be cold and stormy, as will the first week of February, but after that the mercury will rise and March will be the opening of spring, which will le an unusually early one. Watrlilng Our Navr. LONDON, Jan. 4.—The St. James Gazette, referring to the improvements made in the United States navy says that in spite of the occasional mistakes the Americans are making steady and surprising progress toward Incoming a great naval power, adding "there is not the smallest doubt of their ability to do so." There is no doubt that the new United States navy is attracting much earnest attention in Europe, and the re sult of the gun trials of the double turreted monitor Pliantonomah an being closely watched here. Crtap Klowly Improving. WASHINGTON, Jan. 4. —Speaker Crisp, although still quite ill, is much im proved. His fever has lcen broken, but he is very weak. His physician de clined to say whether or not Mr. Crisp would be able to preside at the opening of the house on Tuesday next, but his friends think that his condition will not (Mtriuit it Chattel .Mort}ias e Sal?. WherctP, default lis* been made In the condi lion* ot a certain chattel ruoitiiaize dated the- tfith d*y of September, 1SW1. «lven by C. mrt«*K«»r, to f. Amos, mortgagee, "aid morttatfe teln^ now owned v -:iid F. M. A moo. and ubfch -aid mort^ntrc wan dni fl ea in the ofBce of the KejiHtcr of Deerio of Lake County, 8. D., on the 'Jttth da v of September and wao ^iven upon the follo*irdencribert property, to-wit: On livriit iron t'r*v mare, about V y'aro old. weight about !«M lb#., with letter "T on left ohoulder, with 1 iifht polrito, with mare colt by side, of dark iron irray color, -.,l4 moi.tho o'd, with wiiite utripo iu tace one 'itber liirhi eray inarv, about!'years old. weight afwui !**i lbo with lieht poiii'o. with mare colt by oide, of dark iron gray color, moniho old, with white otripe in face, ufl ol the above bought thin day of oald Anion. One tHV horou about lo yeais old, weight about law lbs named "Jim one other bay noroc. about 11 year* old. weight about VJtKi by., named Bill.That, whercao. the default conalfto iii tblc, to-wit: That thu mortgagor hao departed from Lake Co 8. D., and is not taki«c proper care of oaii) property, or Cftuciiii proper care to be t.iken of the oame, and that thin inort vavee deemc himcelf iri-ecure. Ntm, therefore, u aice in hereby tfiyep that iv \irtue of the |KHV er of nale in t-aid ?Tiortz»Ke contained, ami pursu ant to the otatn'e in cnch cane made and provided I Jiave taken po*»e»«ion of, and will fell at tho front door of Wm. l.ee o warehouse In the city of Madison, in Lake Co.. S. D., ou Saturday the ft day of January A. I). lK'JS. at'-i o'clock p. at public auction to tho his£nc»t bidder, for cach, the oaid personal property, or oo much thereof uk may be necessarv to pay the uon' secured by *aid rnort«a«e, and the exp»-i»»e« of fbreclooure u.jd leiral httorncx'o fee. The two hor»ca last de ocribed in the above notice are held bjr thto mort ca^e «uliject to a prior mortals-"- $V.W, •lined March MO, Wl, given to J. A Johf.ron iV Co. Dated at Madlaon, 8. D* Jan- 2, irfrj. J. L. JONB8, J. U. WOUAMOI, A PENT of MA"ZAGOE. s Attorney. Noticc of SherifT^fettale. State" of Smtb Dakota, Coutitv of T-atrt? **. Moline, Miiburn A btodfiard Company vo. La fayfettc Mine*. Notice i* hereby eiven. That hjr virtue of un execution to me directed and deliv ered. and no-* in my hando, indued out of the Clerk ofllcc ot the second judicial circuit court. State of £,uth Dakota, in and for the County of Lake, upon a judgment rendered in police Justice court tn the city of Madifon, lake cocjity, S. D., in favor of The Moline, Mflbnrn .is Stoddard Company and atM»in*t Lafayette Iliac#, on tne Kth day ot Julv A. I). IH'.Jl, for the mim of Thirty ODC aud twenty-I«I\ one-hnndrelth» dollarn a* appear* hy the transcript of judgment filed ii: the oflfceofthe clerk of the circuit court iu and for I «aid county of Lake and the oaid judgment vvaa docketed tn »ald court on the ifith day of July, tMM, 1 have levied upon the following described persona! property or caid defendant, to-wit: Ttt and .*t-«io basnel* of wheat. And that I ahail on Wednesday, the lath day of January, A. D. IWi, at th» honr of oiif o'clock p. m., of »ald day, at the warehoti*e of l)uel A llice, in Winfred in oaid county and state, pr-tceed to sell all the right, title ami Interest of the above named Lafayette Hineo lr. and to the above ae*crlbed property to oatiefy naid udumcDt, and cost*, amounting to Sixty two dollar* and tllty *t-ven cent*, together with all accruing! COM* of *ale. anil interest or the »«mi' from thf 'JiHh day of Deivmbcr, ]*.tl. at the rate of percent, per annnm. at 1'alMlc Auc tion, to tke hlgheat bidder for catih. WM. LEE, I Shorifl of Lake countv« S. D. Datad XaAlaoo. f. 0„ Jfaasaryi, UN.' S&.<p></p>One For Week Notice. State of South Dakota, county of Lake, ss: ID Circuit court, Second Judicial circuit. OimMn# Buel, plaint IT, vs. t»eorce I. Buel, defendant. To t!eor je I). Buel, I he above named defendant Take notice, that the plaintifl'above named will take the depositions of Mrs. Grace Page and Ktuiitnau !!. Paye lit No. 34 Nnosau street in the city, county and state of New York before l'ercl vai C. smith, it uotrary public within and for the said city, county and state at the said No. :M Nassau street,on Tuesday the .'ith day of January, 1SW, at the hour of 1 o'clock In the forenoon of said dav, and that the taking of said deposition# will be continued iitid adjourned from dav to dajf' nntil fully taken and completed and that tha dep iitions so taken will be read in evidence up on the trial of tbe above entitled action on the part of the plaintiff WINSOR & K1TTREDUE, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Pledgee's Sale. To (Jeo. C, (irmnell and all ther« whom it mny concern, notice is hereby «»»veii: Whereas, on the-J5th day of April, 1*91, S. J. Fit/. Bullen leased to (Jeo. C. tirinneil all ths cultivated land on sections 39 and of township 1»7, north ran^e M, west Mil p. in., by written lease filed and recorded in the registry of deeda office of Lake county, South Dakota, that being tho county in which said lands are "situated, on the 1th day of Aogu«t,l*yi. in book No 1 of mis cellaneous records, on pages IVo aud 471, in which lease said (irinuell grunted unto said Bullen the ght to take and hold nongh of the crops raised on said land- that would, on the division thereof, belong to said (irinneli, to re pay any and a'l advances made to him b) said Bullen, n interest thereon at 1-J per cent per annum, and ul-o.to pay ai.y and all lndeht'edne-a that should become due said Bullen from paid WriunH', if any there should be, at also, in case paid »rinnell failed to perform said lease on Die part, nuthorzei! said Bullen to reenter npoB said lands m.d perform all thinirs agreed tr be done by said riimeli anil remaining undone, a"d to retain, or sell sufficient of the crops raised on saiu premises that would, on sucft division, be lor lit said Urilifieli if he had performed «a1a lease on his part, to pay aid satisfy all rusts nt'.d expenses of every kind incurred by suld Bullen in performii said lease, with interest thereon at li' per cent per anr nin And whereas, during the term ol said lease, saiii Bull n advanced t» said (Jr'niie!), from the date of said lease to Dtl» ce^iber "'1, 1V-M, and incurred expenses in performing said lease to the amount of uri''. (li'inneil became Indebted to hint for making, in the nsfsrregate 1 S.\ against which (irinneil Is entitled to a credit -r pntting up hay of $80 and for Trt day* work, at SI-"*!, of JUKI."*!, leaving him indebted to Bullen for $."4"i.with interest tHereon since December 1. 1WI1, at l'i pet cent, per annum, payment whereof ou Decem ber l*iM. was dt.ly demanded and refused, Aud, whereas, said Bnllen. pursuant to »aid lease, has taken possession, and now holds, of tie Tops raised on said lai.ds, that on a el vision thereof cat.je to belong to said (irinnell, t«iH ri-ti bushels of whe- and 7* bushel* ol flax, o® which said Bullen claims a lien ns pledge. Therefore, notice is hereby given, that the «nld s J.Kit/ Bullen. ns such pledgee, bv the sheriff of Lake county. South Lakota, at the trotit noor Of Wm. Lee's otllce in the court house in the city of Madison, in Lak*- county, t»oiith Dakota, ou Sat urday. ,JaiHi.\rv !i, I^fc,', between the hours of 13 o'clock tn and 1 o'clock p. in. of tiint day to-wit: at one o'clix-k p. of that dny, will sell ut pul» lie auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, all the said wheat and or so much thereof ns shall be sufficient to satisfy said sum of J.VI'J iT, with intereat thereon at 1:2 per cent per annum, since the 1st da* of Dec« mber, 1W1. together with the costs and expenses of making said »a)e, as pro vided bv law. Dated at Madison, D., December 30,1881. a. J. KITS! BULLEN, MunRAY & foirrBR. Pledgee. Attorneys for s- J. Fitz Bullen. Notice of Sheriff"* Sale. State of South Dakota, bounty of Lake, A. E. dough vo. Loren Wait. Notice l« hereby given, that by virtne of an execution to me recterf and delivered, and now In my band*, ia micd by J. II. WiliiamMiii, police juotice of ilio City of Martioou I i Lake couutv, South Dakota, upon a judgment rendered in juoticc court by and before ,f M. Walker, a luntl-e of the peace in and lor Lake county, then territory of Dakota, now state of South'Dakota, in favor of A. B. Cloujjh and asrain*t Loren V*it, for §4*1 14. dated December Jtth, INNH. 1 have levied on the fol fowinc di Hcribed personal pro|M*rty of *aid de feudant, to-wit- One promiopry note for fl»Q, dated Pebrearv l^f, and signed by Lena Oil more and M. A. (iilmore, and in favor of l.ortn A. Wait, and due December 1, 18bit, with interest at tcu percent per annum from date n« til paid. And that I *h«IK on Saturday the. cecond day of January A D. Wii it the hour ofl one o'clock p. ni..-of «aid day, at the front or *onth door of the court hotioe in the cltv ol Mad ison in i»uid com ty and otate, proceed to oall all the right, title and interest of the above named Loren A. Wait in and to the aboVv- deocribed property, to oatiofy oaid judtfroent and coota, amounting to Forty-four and 44-lfKt dollar*, to gether with all accruing cot" of oale, aud inter est on the same from the v'lth day of Decernner* 1S.H8, nt the te of "even per cent per annum, «t public unction, to the higheot bidder for caoh. Dated nt Madioon, S. D., the iilot day of Di»- ctmbtr, 1M. WM. LKBs Sheriff of the conutjr of Lake, 8. D. F. L. SOPIB, Plaintifl"# Attorney. Notice of Hearing. State of South Dakota, Connty of Lake, in eoanty court. In the (natter or Mtate of Kichard L. Munro, deceased. The Mate of South Dakota hcrnl* itrectiux, to Francio .1. Munro, William C. Munro, both of Winfred, Lake coun ty, South Dakota, and Eotella Caoe of Hattla Oreek, MicbiKan, bt-ira at law and celt of kin of Kichard Munro, deceased, and to all to whom theoe preoento may come. Notice ia herebv'givi-n, that Henry .1. Mur.ro hafl filed witb Ihejudire of thin court, a petition praying for letter* of administration of the estate of Kichard L. Munro, deceased, and that Thursday, the 3l»t day of December, 1*91, at one o'clock p. m. ot Kaid day, being a day of a term of this ciftirt, at the county court room, in the court hou*e, in tile city of Madi*on. county of Lake, S. I)., ha? beet cet lor hearing naid petition, when and where any percon interested may appear anfl "how cause why eaid petition nhould not be Granted. DaMd at Madiaon, S. thi» ^^hdayof De center, A. D. l«n. WM. McGRATH, Judge of the Connty Court. Notice of Vacation To whom it may concern: Take notice, that at a general term of the circuit court, appointed by law, to he held in the court houae, in the city of Madison, in the county of Lake and ftate of South Dakota, on the «th day of February, A. D. at the opening of *aid «ourt on that dmy or ati iKMin theroattor a^ voniiBfl conveniently can n# heard, StepheuC.lobdell and Jno K.VanD.'Oaer, ut. bropnetora of the "Town of Herman, l«xat ed ou the north .V» acren of the «outhea»t quarter ol the northwest (laarter. othen»i*e known aa lot :i, of the said N W I of section 11, towoohlp 10t N. raii«e W 5ih P. M., aa surveyed and plat ted by Fred K.Simpson, purveyor,under direction of Auatin K. D. mlck and llerbert Hohbira, a« farmer proprietor'* of iald town of Herman, on the 1st day of Aujniat A. D. WX, will apply to aaid court to vacate *ali luwn «f Herman, or so riuch thereof a* can be eo vacated withi ut ma terial injury to other*, and that ouch part theroof a* nhali be vacated, thereafter, may be used and descri tied by metes and Iwwndu the name a# if said Undo had never been plotted. Dated Madison, S. D„Oc?ober *7, Wl. STKPHKN r. I.OBDKLL. •INO. t. VAKDOOSER, Proprietors. MURRAY Jt PORTER, Attorneys for Proprt ctors Madison S. D. HOLIDAY UOOD8. we will make a on the prices of all holiday goods, in ordaE to close them out. SMITH & COOK. ... ^Citizens CHA8. B. KENNEDY. Preside*. v Falls 0RIVM C. H. WOOD, —DSAi.an in— DRU3S MEDICINES mt STATIONERY, Plush Goods, Albumu, Pine Ttulet hoap« Brushes, Combs. Toys, Fancy Goods, Falats, Oils, Varnishes, Calsomiae Wall Paper, and a full lin« of tent Medicines. CHOICE PERFUMERIES. Mti Praacriptlon* carefully compouodad day i or nisrht. i KG AN AVBNTJK. •AALISON HKtl. KHT tTK. irw3.r@ •TO SECUKE- A HOME CHEAP! THE WADDELL ADDITION, CONTAINING 180 Choice Gsidence Lets! Has ljeen placed on the market ami will be sold on reason able terms, cheap and in portions to suit purchasers. Addition is handsomely located In the Western Part of the City, Und is intersected by such prominent streets as Stella, liadison, Centei and Main. The title to the property is perfect. This is an excellent opportunity to secure a build ing spot for a home. NOT MISS DALY & T0BIN, Agts Oflhw ia JfaMik of tomtit MiU Jkutyiayr. BAKF.lt Y. OXKF,CTIOXHHV, K«P. PFISTEK & SHEA. Bakers, Fruiterers and Confectioners. Bilkers ol the Celebrated CREAM BltEAi). LUNCH ROOM-. Oystere"served in every style. BASKIHIU, C0L.L.KCT10NM, Etc. W. P. SMITH. President. M. W. DALY, Vlce-Prealdwit. J. A. TROW, Caahlet Capital I&0.000. Surplus $16,000. MADISON DAKOTA A General Banking Business Transacted. This •f 35 Will remit money tu any part of the Old World, and sell tickets to and fiofc principal European porta on any of the leading lines of steamboats. City and Municipal Bunds bought and eold. Collftrtionm m«de and promptly remitted. CORRESPONDENTS: First National Bank, Chicago. "Chane National Bank, New Tod Minnehaha National Bank, SMHUE FftUi. f. H. CLAPP, Vice Hrttident. Northwestern Loan and Banking Co. A (teiieral Banking Bngine*#* Transacted. Madison, South Dakota. CORRESPONDENTS. (Quaker City National Bank, Philadelphia, P^&au National Bank of Illinois, Chicago, 111. Sioux National Bank, Sioux Falls, S D. 4 JDTA J. L. J0NE8, Cathie r. $61,000.00 UKOCBIIIM. GET -STOTJIt 8UT8, CANDIES, FRL'IT \ANJ) GUM •f FRANK FLITCR0FT. CHARLES GLATZ, Contractor and Builder.