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at Tim Lann oil's. Buy A A A.S DO CnGcLpH^SSj THE DAILY LEADER. MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. SATURDAY EVEN'G, DEO.,17, 1892. TERMS OF ^PBSCRIPTION. B» mail, 1 year Bv mail, months ®*J™ B' mail, 'I month* ii y, by carrier, per week ,~J' la TO ADVERTISERS. Th* Daily Ludir make* a special feature of fu-nishiiiK inf»rm»tiou concerning t*» aa*an and resources of the city of Maa.»on ana th-j otati' at lariie, eutiiHna it to the patmiia«e o Klvtrtie'T* of every clam*. J. F. STAII1-. Proprietor. The special election in Brown county to settle the tie on senator resulted in the re-election of Kennedy, republican by about 100 majority. New York State gets $750,000 for its treasury out of the heirs of Jay Gould as an inheritance tax. The people no doubt now wish Jay had died often. Springfield, S. D. has a silver-smith— Samuel Henderson, whose father fought in the revolutionary war. There are not supposed to be more than half a dozen such now living. The second annual convention of the South Dakota Conference of the Ep wortli League, will be held in Huron, beginning Tuesday evening, December 27, and continuing three days. During the past season there have been shipped from Pierre 838 cars of fat cattle, which amounts to 8000 head. The average price per head is $45, thus bringing the receipts up to $1500,000. At the annual meeting of the state horticultural society held at Yankton this week, H. C. Warner, of Forest burg was chosen president D. Hinman, Yankton and Chris. Thompson, Rapid City, vice presidents E. D. Cowles, Vermillion, secretary T. L. McCrea, Vermillion, treasurer. Editor Dowdell feels proud that he was denounced by Editor Kelley of the Woonsocket News, as the latter he claims was both a liar and hyprocnte. Now these gentlemen fire both of the same political cloth—populists—and it is really too bad to see them entertain such feelings toward each other. "The game is not worth the powder." Secretary Ringsrud has awarded disputed public printing contracts on second bids to Pierre parties saving $4,000 thereby to the state. The con tract for the tirst class of printing—the bids of both branches of the legislature to the Carter Publishing Co., the second class, the daily and permanent journals, to the Daily Capital Co. The secretary made a good tight and won. Sfcoux City Journal, 10: Thos H. Sherman, consul at Liverpool, in his re port to the state department, says that in England the "railway passenger rates may be taken as 4,3, and 2 oents per mile for the first, second and third West worth Items. iffrtei «Mie»pondeDce of The Dally WKNTWOBTH, Dec. 16.—Wentworth is not dead nor going to die, A visit to the different places of business indicate a sort of resurrection instead of burial. Zimmerman & Harms and C. H. Weiss keep a tine stock of goods besides holi day notions. The other places of busi MPs are having a good trade also. Mrs. Foley is visiting in Ramqfti, Mertie Waters, while playing see-saw Thursday, came in contact with the plank in such manner that he cut his )ips|so badly that itjwas necessary to call the doctor and have several stitches taken. The prpgramme for Christmas eve will \49nsiat of soofs, dialogues, rscitatkms After all that is said and done, the most Buy an easy chair for your wife Buy a fine parlor suite appropriate and profitable Christmas gilt is soinetMiig that the whole lamily can enjoy. What do we live for if not for the pleasure of each other in the family home? at Tim Lannon's, and the wholeiamily will ejyoy its comforts. at Tim Lannon's, and your home will be. made beautiful. Buy a handsome sofa or lounge at Tim Lannon's. give the little ones a joyous Christmas. Charlie Power of Canton, S. D., who has been spending some time with his grandmother and uncles, and attending school' returned to his home Friday to spend the holidays. School closed Friday for three weeks' vacation. The number of scholars en rolled, 34 average attendance, 29 portment, excellent class standing, very good number of visitors during the term, 20. REAL KMTATK TSAMSrEIS Kasch and se^ of nwj^ and ne*4 sw17-107-54... 1800 C. Theiss and w to E. Lange sw^ 25-100-51 3200 C. Hexom and w to F. G. Mitchell swM 30-107-51 3600 M. E. Merrill to W. W. Cole Bwj^ 6-106-53 1600 A. L. Williamson to EB. Will iamson sex4 4-106-54 1 M. L. Clark and w to E. H. Smith 1 acre in nw)4 of sw}^ 8-106-52.. M, L. Clark and w to E. J. Smith 1 acre in nw^' of sw}4 8-106-52. H. L. Deitz and w to G. Meggers wjfsw 29-107-62 1900 E. H. Stacy and w to L. M. Stacy se^ij' 15-107-53 W. H. Lee and w to E. G. Lee 152 33-100 feet in Smith & Trow's Summit add. Geo. Hicks to Simon McBsin w 30 ft lot 4 blk 19 Original Plat O. O. Mifcray to E. D. Murray lot 1 blk 10 Town Prop. add..«. J. H. Cole and w to Swan Salver son sw^ 6 105-52 Vermont Life Ins. Co. to H. P. Miller lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5^ nw^ 3-108 54. classes, respectively." Although the United States is muoh more sparsely had not grown tired of protecting silver, settled than England there are those who maintain that the average" of rates is lower. The fact, if fact it be, is in part explained by tha further fact that the Americans are the greatest travel lers in the world. A given population furnishes a great deal more business for1 the railway than does a like population in England. children's articles at Tim Lannon's and No other furniture compare with Tim Lannon's prices. 1 i./vA»lr Tim Lannon's is the best and most complete, in* XxS to CQTTIpl0 L0 S tUCxLj eluding large invoices of the latest novelties in Furniture designed for this season's holiday trade. Go and examine Si— Tim Lannon idays by selling Furniture^ at exceedingly and tableaux appropriate for the occas ion. Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus will be present, also Puck, three fairies, elfs, and some of Mother Goose's children. A happy time for the little ones is ex pected. 100 1000 What folly! To be without Beecbam's Pills. The use of Hall's Hair Renewer pro motes the growth of the hair, and re stores its natural col'„r and beauty, frees the scalp of dandruff, tetter, and all purities. im Blame American* for tha Failure. LONDON, Dec. 17.—The Time*, refer ring to the international conference, says: The American delegates must) be held largely responsible for the fail-. ure of the conference. Anj^rica called the meeting as if prepared with a prac tical scheme and then offered only vague platitudes. Tlie exu'xjrant rhetoric of Senator Jones would have been more to the pnrpose if the Americans themselves Dud Nothing to Say. Missoula, Mod., Dec. 17.—John Burns, the murderer of Maurice Hig gins, was hanged at 10 o'clock a. in. He had nothing to say except "Let 'er go," as he smiled at the crowd. The entire proceedings occupied about five minutes. Burns was assisted slightly up to the scaffold. Otherwise he dis jplayed unusual stoicism. ClroMMta Galttv. Awbwa, Mich., Dec. 17.—August •Grossman was found guilty of murder in the first degree, in having caused the death of Albert Molitor, ttie Preaque Isle county lumberman, seventeen years ago. The jury went out at a. in. and reached a verdict at 4 a. in. There are twelve others charged with the crime, and their trials will follow. Snuil I'oa In Jail. Beattl*, Wh»1i., Dec. 17. —Two cases of smallpox were removed from the couty jail to the pest house. The offi cials and prisoners in the jail sre very uneasy over the matter. The health board is making a strong effort to kill the disease and fewer cases are now re ported than w .the case a few weeks establishment in this section can Champions of the North and West in Toot Race—Smith DiBtanoes Morse in a Hard Won Contest. (^e"|the tier 17. For tlM We«k Kndins Deeei 1NM. John Molumby to N. O. Helgerson neJ-4 11-108-52. 1 L. M. Moe and w to U. S. A., ne1^ 13-106-51 1 L. Donaldson and w to"G. H. Don aldson nw,L4 12 106-53 1000 W. F. Spence and w to O. F. 100 The town sprints had a genuine Hast of excitement in the Ave mile heel-and toe race between Stnith of Madison and Chas. T. Morse, of Jackson, Michigan, last evening. Some minor sparring had been indulged in by the young bloods of club in the earlier part of the eve ning but by 9 o'clock the opera house, floor and gallery, was well tilled to wit nest the greater effort of the two chatn pious—one of Michigan and the other of the northwest. John Driscoll an nounced and started the brace, Messrs. Glatz, Bagley and Nichols acted as judges, Cliff Bingham and Tom Burrell being time keepers. When the word "go" was given, Morse led off in .fine stjleand showed tine movement .and speed evidently intending to put a lap at the start between him and his competitor for the rest of the race, but the steadier gait of Smith soon pulled him down and alternated the leadership in close heat till near the end. It was evident before the race was out that Morse's wind was giving out, and although Smith allowed him to finish very close after him, the race was no sooner done than MolSe reeled and fell, utterly exhausted. The first mile was made in 7 minutes and 45 seconds the second in 8:50 the third in 9:43 the fourth in 8:57 the fifth in 8:36 total 43 minutes and 51 seconds. The stake was $100. The promoter of the race and backer of Smith was Frank Boyer, who will be one of the contestants in the six-day race which begins next Konday evening, 100 He is now making arrangements for a grander affair of the kind than any eyer held here yet, which may take place in 100 four or five weeks. lie will also in be half of Smith challenge W: A. Hoag land, Auburn, N. Y., the champion runner of the United States, for $250 a side. Smith has run already in several combination races with Hoagland in one 2600 case coming out second in the race, and now feels that he can stand him a tussel for the tirst place. DIFFERENCES SETTLOR Sr.M«01r*n I* Be See«ir«4 B»ek the Ckareh—Pope Much Displeased. ROME, I9c. 17.—The statement by Archbishop Corrigan, published in a New York paper in September last in regard tc the settlement to differences between the church and Rev. Father McGlynn, has received full confirma tion at the Vatican. The news of the reconciliation has produced the happiest impression at the Vatican, wh"re Father McGlynn had always been a favorite before his difference with his religious superiors. It can be stated on the high est authority that the pope has given special power to Mgr. Satolli, his holi ness' ablegate in America, to settle the case. The last reports received at the Vati oan from America have caused surprise and vexation at the opposition that has commenced against the results of the conference recently held in New York and the proposals submitted by Mgr. Satolli. The pope, Cardinal Rampolla, papal secretary of state, and Cardinal Ledochowski, prefect of the propaganda fide, express displeasure at the course church events are taking in America, and his holiness will shortly take deci sive action to bring the dissensions to an •ad. A Bow In ProgrMt. Taooma, Wash., Dec. 17.—There Is WE Low Prices BIG WALKING. price Call a big row among the members of the world's fair commission, which is in session here, and it may result in the resignation of Dr. N. G. Balalock, the president. In the event of this occur ring Press Agent E. S. Meaney, of the tommission, will probably be elected to fill the place. Vein able Hono Killed. Chicago, Dec. 17.—John McCafferty, owner, trainer, and jockey, has received a telegram from his stable's Winter quarters at Columbus, Ga., to the effect that his 2-year-old colt Reese had re ceived injuries of such a character that he had to be shot. McCafferty had re fused *35.000 for fths on* win lie 911 to sen yoil ai acioai cost, The following goods: Our entire line of Dress Goods, Dress until after the holidays. EmUaMicfitoi Are at present enjoying foot ball games. A Complete Line of Gents Furnishing WOOD'S DRUG STORE. FURNITURE. ONE. W•»%/ TWO. THREE. And sold for half price for the next ten dayf. A. OLMORE. K.IKKA I. MKIU AKKIMK. Env Your Christmas Notion*- IT UnPII I IfDAV'O I Buy Your Christmas Presents A I IvIuuILL V Ladles' and Gent's Plush Slippers, just the thing for Christmas present, AT McGILLlVRAY'S. Blankets Shawls, Cloaks and Jackets big and small. Our line of Shoes, which is the largest in the city, we will run at a low Be assured that nowhere can you get better bargains than with us. We need thft money more than any one. Consequently we appreciate that we will have to make prices lower than any other house. We are in the swim, and don't you forget it. M. J. McGILLIVRffY 3 CO". and see oar line of Ladies1 Silk Handkerchiefs, Neckties and Plush Caps. Also a large line of Cloaks and Jackets which will be sold regardless of Cost, lib trouble to show Goods. Goods. JEWELRY AMD HILVEKWABE DIAMONDS.*#- SWATCHES. go! For Ific Bolilaus! GEORGE COOK THE JEWELER. CHEAPEST PLACE IN THE'CITY TO BUY. JEWELRY.^ SILVERWARE.. City Meat Market. Keeps constantly on hand a full line Fresh and Cured Heats, Fifth, $0wl and Game, in season. J. J. FITZQERALD. REPAIRING A HBOCKBIBS. CHRISTMAS Lamps, China Cups, Saucers, Water Sets, Glass Sets, etc., etc. 60ETHFL & SCHULTZ. O. H. WOOD, —DSAI.BR IH- DRUGS MEDICINES FINt 8TATI0NERY, Plush Goods, Albums, Fine Toilet Soapfi Brushes, Combs, Toys, Fancy Goods, i'ainto, Oi Is, Varn ishes, Calsomms Wall Paper, and & full line of Pi tent Medicines. CHOICE PERFUMERIES. Prescriptions carefully compounded daj or night. IQAJAVSMUa. MA1/ISOM ACOTA lln I u i Flannels, Tarns, Underwear. Bed And we are enjoying a very large trade at present in SPECIALTY. F. FLITCROFT. BASKBH' WOODS, fEIHTB AND CONVKCTIONKKY. John riister's New Bakery and Fruit Store, Fresh and Canned Fruits, Fresh CITY 1KAT MARKET. PAIXTKK. RUDOLPH BERG, PAINTER AND PAPERHAN6ER. During the winter months papering done at reduced rates. Madisok, So. Dak. VAHOL1IVE LOT'S WIFE was the .MAID OF SALT, but when she was MADE OF SALT they had not discovered Lyons BoA Salt, which you can get for your cattfc OROUND K00K SALTS for pickling meat aiso a full lin$ot t|||, GASOLINE, KEROSENE, FLOUR & FEED. C. J. BUTTON, 8outhfSgaa Avsws.