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Sy m»U, 1 ye»r By piall, fi months, mail, lly, by 3 months carrier, per wteK i)* L- THE DAILY LEADER. MADISON. SOITH DAKOTA. SATURDAY EVENING. APR. 30,1882. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. twin ...\ a.oo 1.-W TO ADVERTISERS. TM DAZLT HR make* A ipielal iMtm of UrnisMfcp Info, ition concerning the advnn Ucef aud re#om of the city of Madison and he rtate at large. utHling it to the patronaK« Of advertisers of every c!as». J. F. STAUL, Proprietor. Th* American Queen for May has just been placed on our table and all the promisee made by the publishers to Ijive the beet that can be produced for one dollar a year are being fullfilled, The cut paper patterns which are given with each number will surely prove a feature to Jgreatly enlarge the list of subscribers. The magazine is filled with highly interesting matter for the home cirole and the illustrations are liberal and exoellent. Published at 11 a year by the American Queen Publish ing company, Bridgeport, Conn. The three great electric plant manufac tories of the United States have consoli dated—the Thomson-Huston, the Edison General and the Thomson-Huston Inter national electric companies. The first had a capitalization of $10,000,000, the second $15,000,000 but the stock of the new company is fixed at $50,000,000, and will assume the name of the General Electric Company, with headquarters in New York city. In connection with this, however, it is stated that a new elec tric company with a capital of $40,000,000 will be started by English capitalists and other large interests this country. Sioux City Journal, 29: A list of 1,120 new manufacturing establishments, founded since the McKinley tariff went into effect, has been prepared. This list gives the place, the amotint of capital, the number of employes, etc., and is indisputable so far as it goes, al though it is only a partial list. It will put the advocates of tariff for revenue only in a towering rage. It angers them to see diversity of industry in this coun try. In their view these 1,126 new man ufactories ought to have been been es tablished in England, not in the United States. They look upon every new wheel thus put in motion, and every laborer thus given employment in the United States instead of England, as a direct outrage upon the Cleveland theory. But it begins to look as if they would have to stand it, and as if they would be com pelled to stand impotently by and wit ness the triumphal march of American industry. Hutia| wltb In lieu of genuine hunting, which ia temporarily at n standstill, the novel idea of starting off a youth on foot and Bending two bloodhounds in pursuit of Mm half an hoar later has commended itself to certain sportsmen residing in the neighborhood of tlje Quorn as a cap ital way of killing time. The opening run was a great success, fen-, after strik ing the line of a passing and naturally very perturbed traveler on the high road, the hounds were with difficulty stopped and transferred to that of the Jegitimato quarry. Traveling at a tremendous pace, and with music almost equal in volume to the cry of a pack of foxhounds, they ran all around Quorn village, their owner, regardless of snowdrifts, galloping in pursuit and taking the fences just as they came. The end of the run was somewhat singular, as directly the bloodhounds got up to the fugitive they evinced their delight by springing np to him and trying to lick his face.—Lon don Teiqgraph. 1B CM* of 'War. During our own war Governor An drew, of Massachusetts, made heavy pur chases of guns in England, and when he got them over here the United States did not care to buy them. There they were. When the trouble developed, some years later, between Chili and Spain, these guns became Chilian property. They were carried out of Boston harbor prop erly enough, but on the high seas met a Chilian vessel and were paid for. They reached Valparaiso and were set up for defense. In use tbey developed a habit of bursting, and proved a valuable aid to the enemy. A number of them re main there, and 6hould there ever be trouble Americans might find them selves with great guns from Massachu setts pointed at them, though what would happen were the guns fired would have to be determined by experience.— Hertford Courant. Fiahea Pumped from the Bay, Friday afternoon the powerful hy draulic dredge of the wharf company was operating a sand pump by which a twelve inch stream of mud and water was forced from the bottom through a line of piping 300 feet in length and de posited on the flats south of the levee. The pressure exerted by these pumps was so great that hundreds of fish, from the small mullet and croaker to the red fish two feet in length, were sucked in, passed through the tubing and deposited in the shallow water at its outlet, where they were captured by dozens of boys eqnip[ied with dip nets and carried off in triumph. Over 800 pounds were gath ered in by this method.—Galveston News. Aa Caaeaally Fort ana to Mat, The paper* tell of a man whose fam ily has been unusually fortunate. He is COfl of a family of ten. bine being mar ried. Among that family, including the chil dren. no death occurred for fifty-aix year* N He himself was never sick a day or took a drop of medicine, but numerous Bangcreaiis. who are having CARTER WILL RESIGN. TIm OMnlMlomr of /he General •Me* t« K« Ii r*. WASHINGTON, April 30. —Commia talssfoner Carter, of the general land office, will on resign and return to the practice of aw at Helena, Mon. The oommissior says: *1 have got the work Qt the ofBo* prac tically up 1 o date, and its soon oaT ma! my annual -eport early in July 1 shall quit and ret n to my law practice." •Will you :w a candidate for congress from Monte a thin full*" •No, I have enough of running for of fice." it is possible that the commissioner may be incidentally in the senatorial race in Montana this fall and that a leg islature will be elected favorable to him in the belief that he is the best man that could be sent from that state to secure needed legislation. TWO DELEGATIONS. Alafcaaaa a»4 Bold Republican* Spilt Two CeaveBtleu, MONTGOMERY, April 30.—The Ala bama Republicans met in convention bat split into opposing factions and the result was two convention*. One wing was controlled by Chairman Mosely, of the Republican executive committee, while the other was conducted by hia opponents. This body is composed largely of colored delegates, who aocuM Mosely of trying to sell out to the Dem ocrats. "Rie Mosely faction elected delegates to the national Republican convention and adjourned. The ant is also elected delegates and will vmake a contest for the seats. Both factions eo 4oned Harrison's administration. Koi Tot NtMiHTjr. CHKYINNE, Wy., April 80.—Governor Bar ber has replied to the request of Deputy Sheriff Snyder that as it will take the prosecutor some time to pre pare hit case and file the necessary pa pers be regards the transfer of the pris oners at this time unnecessary. When ever the courts are ready and the peo ple can guarantee the prisoners just treatment he will surrender thetn and not until then. The authorities have not deckled on the next step to take. William Actor's Win. NEW You, April SIO.- The wil of William A*tor leaves the bulk of his fortune to his son, John Jacob, whose wife was Miss Willing, of Philadelphia. Mr. As tor's entire fortune amounts to $*0,000,000. Each of the three daugh ters will receive $2,000,000, and wtran the other bequests ar» deducted there wffl be in the neighborhood of $00,000, 000 to be handed over to John Jacob. The iwdow wifi receive an annual in come while she lives of $500,000. At her ieatfc this will go to bsr son, John Jacob. Will Fight la November or December. Nsrw YORK, April 30.—James Carroll and "Parson" Davies, managers respec tively for Fitzsimmons aad Hall, met at the Metropolitan hotel last night and decided to hold to the agreement made when the match between the principals was consummated that the fight shall occur in November or December. The managers of the Olympic club were notified of the agreement reached by mail. Their answer will decide whether the fight will take place in New Orleans or not. Ireland'* Aetloa Approved. Rom, April 80.—The statement ef The Monietuer de Rome, that the mis sion of Archbishop Ireland to Rome has been a complete success, was based on good authority. It appears that a com mittee consisting of Cardinals Rampol la, Ledochowski, Vannutrelli, Zeraflni, Zigliara and Parochi, met on Thursday last to consider the charges against the archbishop. Their decision was entire ly in favor of Archbishop Ireland in the StUlwatsr affair. Boat to Canada.. I*D6N, April 30.—Fifty stalwart lads, whose ages range from 13 to 17 years, have just started for Canada, under the auspices of the Children's Aid society, which defrays the cost of cloth ing and passage, amounting to about £l'i for each iniy. The majority of the youths wil! go to Winnipeg, whence they will distribute themselves, it is understood, throughout the northwest provinces. Mifht Fight a Dual. BALTIMORE, April 30. —At a reception of the "400" in this city General R. Snowden Andrews struck ex-Senator Goodwin. The insult was on account of Senator Goodwin's acknowledgment that he was responsible for the absence of champagne at the reception. Senator Goodwin did not strike back, but re marked he "would see the general in the morning.n "Tamerlane" Ia Valoablo. BOSTON, April 80.—At the auction rooms of C. F. Libbie & Co., yesterday, a copy of "Tamerlane," by Edgar Allen Poe, the only known copy in existence, with the exception of one in the British museum, was sold for $1,&50 to Dodd, Mead & Co., of New York. It ia six teen mo. with paper covers, has forty pages and was printed when the ay£bor was a mere boy. ... ... were adjudged insane by the jury, have With the grippe, will caution him not to tiia Ifujrr* INItoo In as! fi il riMf. Hew York'* IJIsf oar. ALBANY, N. Y., April 30.—After the adoption of .a platform by the Repub lican convention the following delegates were elected to the Minneapolis con vention: Warner Miller,'Frank Hiscock, Chauncey M. Depew and Thomas C. Piatt. They are uniustructed. After the appointment of state committees the convention at 5:86 p. m., adjourned Sine die. BSore laaowe ilyachera Boloaood. MADISOK, Wis., April SO.—John IL Meigkan and Alonso Taylor, the last two of the men who helped to lynch Anton Sieboldt at Darlington, and who 1 IN THE iNORTHWEST. A Ntw York Lady Now la Dsadwoed fKnh a Sensation Equal te the Blahto Case. 8k« Calls Herself Mrs. Hot •4MIt* Her Real Name Is Somolhing Else. Archbishop Kat/er Reads a Lectors te Priests ltcgrardiug Secret Societies. DEADWOOD, S. D., April 80.—A lady pf apparent refinement and immensely wealthy has arrived in this city. She says she is from New York city and gives it out cold that she is here to make the necessary three months' residence in order to put in her application for di vorce from her husband, who is a prom inent and wealthy merchant of New York. She says that the name Mrs. Waldron, which she is going under, is fictitious. She would not divulge her real name, but said that when the trial came up she would, of course, reveal her true name, and that it will surprise the natives and cause a greater stir than did the famous Blaine CALLED DOWN BY KATZER. •11 Soorot Societies Mast Bo Tabooed by Good Catheliea CHICAGO, April 30.—A special dis patch from Milwaukee qnotes an ex tract from a letter of Archbishop Kat zer to the priests of his diocese relative to the position to be taken br them with regard to membership in secret organi sation*. He declares that Masons and Carbonari are eicommunicated and that "Odd Fellows and Sons of Temperance ate at least by name expressly forbid den." He also says that any one allied to the society known under the general title of Turnerbnnd comes under the class which the Catholic church excommuni cates. Moreover all societies which claim for themselves a "priest" or "chaplain," or worship on their own autfaiprity, with their own special ritual and ceremonies, are implicitly excom municated. With regard to this point it is explained that the remarks do not apply to the reciting of prayers at public gatherings. The archbishop also warns his dock that under pain of grievous sin all Catholics are ferbtdden to join any society which binds its members eftber by oath or by mete word of honor, to observe the secret so strictly that it cannot be revealed with immunity even to the bishop of a dio cese. Likewise under pain of grievous sin, are forbidden societies which bind their members to blind and obedience. MANY MAO ftOG&fr Ike Qataey, Waa., Caalaee Killed, Iff l)osaa—Other Animals Also. QUIXCY, April 80.—All Quincy is once more in the throes of a mad dog scare. A few evenings since a dog be longing to Fred Penz showed symptoms of rabies,wherenpon Mr. Penz procured a rope and tied the dog up. The dog chewed the rope through and at once ran to Thomas Mills' place, where he had a fierce fight with bis dog. From here he went to Quincy mill, and at tacked E. J. Donling's two dogs and forced them into the woodshed. The door leading into the bouse opened at this time and the dogs rushed into the house. While the battle was raging Jay Dowling, not thinking the dog was rabid, seized him by the crest and tail and pitched him through the door. Foaming at the mouth and looking furiously, he rushed to Jim SmalPs farm, biting several head of stock and then waging war with his dog, killing him outright. During the night he visited many other barn yards, where he bit calves, sheep and hogs. It was net until morning that he was hunted down and shot by a posse of farmers. All of the dogs bitten have since exhibited rabid symptoms and have been promptly killed. Many of the other animals bitten havs likewise been dispatched. Baraed Baalneae tionica MOOBHKAD, Minn., April 5*0.—A large fire has occurred at Georgetown, fifteen miles north of here. The lire started in the West hotel, William Cartey, pro prietor, and the wind being in the northeast the flames were driven to J. T. Undseth & Co.'s general store, Peter Morgreth's harness shop and J. S. Har ris' building. All the buildings were entirely consumed, notwithstanding the hard work of citizens and help from the country. The contents of all were saved. Charged with Embiwltmyni MILWAUKEE, April 30.—A. K. Linder feit, librarian of the public library, was arrested during the day charged with the embezzlement of $4,000. It is al leged to have been done by the presenta tion of double bills. The complaining witness is Dr. Koeppen, editor of The Qermania. It is expected that sensa tional developments will follow the ar rest. Mr. Linderfelt is president qI the National Library association. Fonad feter Uupp'a Bo#Jt MILWAUKEE, April 29.—The body of Peter Rupp, for years a prominent at torney of this city, at one time assistant city attorney, was found floating in the Milwaukee river. Mr. Iiupp disappeared under a financial cloud three or fonr weeks ago. It is considered a case of suicide. Saw Kill* Skat Dewa. LA CKWSK, Wb., April 8©-. The Lumbermen's exchange held a meeting and decided to cloee down all mills va tii the labor tronble in this city is set tled. Oonseqmentiy the eleven mitts in this (My closed at o'clock, tl|MW3AC tOOoMovt of County Convention. The democratic delegates from the various precincts in Lake cpunty will meet in convention in the court house in Madison on the 21st day of May at 2 o'clock p. m., to select 10 delegates to the democratic state convention called to assemble at the city of Yankton, May 25,1892. The basis of representation is one delegate for each ten votes or frac tion thereof cast at the last general elec tion for the Hon. Maris Taylor: Chester 1 Franklin 2 Orland .. 3 Qarno .. 1 Wentworth ... 0 lAkevie#...... 2 Herman 2 Winfredh --.*... 1 Rutland. 3 LeRoy.v*-* 2 Farmington .. .. 1 Concord .... 3 Summit 1 Nunda #«..... 3 Badus 2 Wayne......... 2 City of Madison First ward 3 $hird ward .... 5 Seoond ward... 6 Fourth ward... 3 •ml easy, WM. TOBIN, Chairman. ___ H. J. Patterson, DEALER IN COAL/WOOD Agent for DELL RAPIDS 6RANITE QUARRIES. Iftave orders for building stone* DRAY LINE. FUEL1 HODGES & HYDE Aie prepared to make contracts for furnishing the beet qaahtie« of Hard and Soft GOAL AND WOOD aad wtll d«lirer the ttme promptly to say part e tbo city without extra charge. Yards at Elevator MA.M WM. BLAKE, Mngr. UAMOLim GASOLINE! GASOLINE! Order it BUTTON & SMYTHE, DEALERS I* Oil®, Flour and Feed, and Seeds. South Egan Avenue, I*ii wyj" THE BE8T 8HOE and Madison WHY 18 THE W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE CENI IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY? Il Is a wamless fshw\ with 110 tiu ko or to hurt thef«»t made wax thread of tho best tiiio calf, stylish bemuse trc make Imported shoes •eamlem. sion «Hlge. who IJvjS on their in sarlin| "re short or thi* grtule, than any othrr manufacturer, It equals hall li sts wed sbix'H posting from Si.tK) to AtB OO ll uid-««f wfif, thf finest calf ew shop ercr o!T»'rvil for equAta fc'reacb whirh costfrnni S-!.i»to$12.iW. (BS OO Hnntl.Sewi'd \Velt Shoe, Uno calf, st} lish, comfortable and luralle. •hoe em The offered at tills price best name grade an cus tom-made Khars costing from $'» 11 to SBO SO I'olicc" Mliocj Farmers, liailroad Men and l*etter('arrlersall wear them fine calf, smooth insl.le, heavy three soloa, exten One pair will wear n year. 0A 30 fine no better shoo ever offered 9BI this price rum trial will convince at ttiOMJ want a shoe for comfort and Kervlcp. 25 BIKI I'i.llO YVorkineinaiTa shoes ^fmma nro very htroritf and durable. Those who have given th"m a trial will wenr no other make. #-.00 anil 81.7/i school shoes* aro w •rn by h** ltoys everywhere they sell merits, ft* the iuereuKinit milea show. £.'I.OO IIsiiid-«tfwcd shoe, boat "OU IvD Jtoiik'ola. very stylish equals French linpor't-l sliix's eostiriRfrom to l.rulien' 4.50. #5i.OO iiuil lit 1.75 sh'"** for Mtase* are the best flueLHtrigola. Ntyli*h and (lurabl Cum ion.—See that W. I,, liouk'las* name uu price are utamped ou tho bottom of each ahutx fir TAKE NO HI RSTITITK.^rt Incision loeil advertised rtcaler*anrmlylutc TOO. \V. JL. DOIUI.A*, Urockicii,Mas». THE FAIR, Pslmer & Carey, Mndison, S. D. 11AKDWABI 1 'OO TO" R. C. McCallister's Hardware Store and examine JEWEL Vanor Stoves* A complete line of Heavy and Shell Hardware and Build ers' Materials HTTin Shop In oocmeotion tttii Storfe THE fres' ARTIFICIAL. STOSE. WEBBER &MARQUART MA^VFAFTRRERS OF ARTIFICIAL STONE Madison, 8* D* Chimneys, Cistern Work a Specialty Works ICIM'HANT TAILOKIIU Removal. Thomas & Ronning, MerchantTailors Will occupy the Nels Aiulcrbon Lmilding Monday, May 2, with a largely increased stock. I)RY UOODN AWI TTKOCEKIKM. We Will Close Out lor cash, •.certain line gI Ladies' and Misses' Shoes AT THE FOLLOWING OUT PRICE#: Lotties, French Kid Shoe, sold for $6.00, cat-price now, $4.00 Ladies' French Kid Shoe sold for 4.50, cut price now, 3.50 Ladies' Imitation French Kid .... sold for 3.60, cot price now, 2.75 Ladies' Dongola Kid............. sold for 2.75, cnt price now, 2.25 The above goods are as good as gold, bat we wish close them oat, the manufacturers having failed we cannot get any more of them. -ihmmmmmmmn. iiimw.it, .mm.<p></p>Murder! KEAL ESTATE. I also have a few choice Dwellings soon. Can give immediate possession. A large list of FARM LANDS in this and adjoining countis. A few quarters in Lake connty for small payments down, balance distributed over five and ten years in very small payments, with in terest payable annually at 6 per cent. Payments of $25 and upwards accepted at any time. If you want to get in on the ground floor and secure the fruit" you must approach as these prices are good for 30 days only. List yonr property with me if you wish quick returns TSE BOOK MTOBS. GARDEN SEEDS. BOOK STORE WALL PAPER., BAKKHM' UOOIS, FBI'ITS AND C:01VVE€TI0NRR¥. MODEL, John Pflster's New Bakery and Fruit Store* COMPLETE NEW STOCK THROUGHOUT. on Main street, opposite Hubbell Bros.' livery ,ba*n. and Canned Fruits, Fresh Vegetables, at A an excellent line of bakers' supplies. Be sure day supplies at The Model Bakery. i to anyone who can «how better bargains in RESIDENCE and BUSINESS Lots than I now offering A. W. HOLDRIDGE. Artistic Paper llanger AND- KALSOMINER. All orders will receive prottrpL attention, and satisfaction guar-f anteed. CABPENTKV. CHARLES GLATZ. Contractor and Builder. I V./ M. J. McGILLIVRAY & CO. am At very Low Prices if sold Madison, South Dakota. a a 1 0 w ID n re te th so Kii N ch on A1 to buy your Sun* l»APKm HAHfiEB CLARK SCHRAM las edi Th she ai soc 1 Uaj to faei botl ami Hel Pra ing the way folfc wiU xei e *24 ti fi.