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DAILY W LEADER HADITTON, SOUTH DAXOTA. WEDNESDAY", APRIL 10.1895. U»*l TUM akic, 0klU(O, MllviikM St. Cul tMk S*kl), SoTiBbn 17, IMH turn *out« aut. fumpr, Mo. 4, Atp«U II:» a. m. fNlfki, No. M, iipwli m. Vtagfct, No. 74, Aopttta 8:00 p. a. rnui MMM tin, Mtz*d, No, V7,d*p«ftt4:10p. m. rum fwn n* iMf. (HMIIM, NO. 3, arvtvM t*48 p. m. Freight, No. 71, MTITW 4:B0*. A. freight. Mo. H, iiflvii 5 p. m. num rm in *••*. Freight, *o. W, omvM 10:4ft ft. a. All the kbore traiaa carry iMmsnri bat froighu only when pMtosgvn »r« proTtded with Ickeu. PUMOIW Mix FOIBF Mtt n*k« connection at Bin for all point* aooth. and paaaoaff train going wtft, at Woonaoekot for all poiau north. UDWOI BB»*OL i.»a. PHHI|W fotair north, depart# 9:B0p. a. Paaeeacer from north *rri»ee, 10:50 a. a. /NO. LARKIN. Local Afloat* THE CITY. City i'uveatlM. A city delegate convention to nom: Bate a mayor, to fill vacancy, and a police justice—to be voted on, April 16,1895, will be held in the city ball, Madison, S. D., Wednesday, April 10, 1805, at 8 o'clock p. m. The respective wards will be entitled to representation as follows: First ward, 6 delegates Second ward, S, delegates Third ward, S delegates Fourth ward, 3 delegates. M. L. CLARK. C. J. PORTER. A. E. CLOUGH. D. E. STODDARD. LOCAL •BKV1T1KK. F. R. Van Slyke went to Flandrau. Mrs. Herb. Putney returned on the evening train. E. J. Fawkes is assisting in D. McKin non's for a short time. Nels Anderson is in the oily looking after property interests. Louis DeCellestarted for Wells, Minn., on his bicycle this morning. Norman Tuttle and wife went to Al bert Lea for a few days' visit. H. H. Kieth, Esq., of Sioux Falls, was a passenger for Howard this evening. Geo. Matthews !«ft today for Luther, Mich., where he has spent the winter. J. B. Jenks was a morning passenger for Alden, Minn., where he has found work. J. C. Davis, agent in charge of the McGillivray stock, returned last evening to his post of duly. Sunday evening the Odd Fellows and Bftbekahs of the city will attend the Presbyterian church in a body in re sponse to an invitation of Dr. Wolff who will preach a sermon appropriate to Saster Sunday and the occasion. Attorney Fnzzell started for Pierre this evening to argue the case of the Foley-Wadsworth Implement Co. vs' W. A. Porteous in the supreme court Mr. Frizzell appears for Mr. Porteous defendant and respondent, while Joe Kirby of Sioux Falls appears for the ap pellant. The suit arose on attachment of property and was woo by Mr. Porteous in the lower oourt in Minnehaha county. Robert McLean Cumnock, director of Northwestern University school of ora tory, Evanston, 111., says: Miss Emma Harker graduated from our Bchool of oratory in the class of HJft. She is a su perior reader and speaker, a faithful student and a young woman of genuine character. I predict for her great suc cess in the line of publio reading. She willl entertain and delight any audience. SbQ will appear at the Baptist church Monday evening, April 15. Chas. Glatz went to De Stcet yester day to look after his bid on the letting of a oontract by tbe county oommiseion •rs of Kingsbury county for a building on their poor farm. Four out of the five commissioners are pops and Charles expected a square deal. When the bids were opened his was $108 lower than anything offered but the board immedi ately adjourned for dinner. After dinner Qharlee was on hand to explain and ad vocate his oase if necessary, but with out waiting for explanations, without ^discussion of any kind, with necks stub bornly set, the commissioners deliberate ly voted to squander 1103 dollars of the people's money and gave the contract to another and higher bidder. Prof. C. M. Young, of Vermillion uni versity passed east this morning from Howard where hp lectured before the teachers' institute last evening. Prof. Young is much interested in our Chau tfcuqun, being at the head of the depart ment of Christian Sociology. He is in Correspondence with Josiah Strong of New York, president of the pational in stitute and has hopes of his attendance bere and a lecture at Chautauqua time. Be is also making an effort to secure 0r. Parkhurst of New York, the great ^former. Of local talent he intends to 'ipcure the attendance of Lieutenant Governor Herried, Senator Kyle and Others if possible. Prof. Young is anx kus to make the Institute of Christian Sociology one of the leading features of the Chautauqua. Ioflamatory Rheumatism, Gout, Lumba go, Sciatica. Neuralgia especially Ovar ian Neuralgia, Dysmenorrhoea and al kindred affections. It is also a valuable Blood Purifier, being especially useful in Eczema, Psoriasis, Scrofula, all Glandu lar Enlargements and diseases of the Liver and Kidneys. It is absolutely free from all narcotics. Severe attacks are relieved in from one to three days •od positive cure effected in from five to eighteen days. For sale by F. C. Smith Madison, S. D. Good offioe or dwelling looms over a hardware store. B. FITWWBAL©. CITY POLITICS. Ho Change in the Mayoralty Situation Convention this Evening-Shifting in School Offiom. The mayoralty question stands in about the same' condition as at the hour of going to press last evening—J. J. Fitzgerald against tbe field, with the in dications strongly in favor of the nomi nation of Mr. Fitzgerald. The city conventioa will be called to order at the city hall at 8 o'clock this evening with the following delegates en titled to seats therein: J. A. Johnson, Geo. Beck, W. H. Dempster, R. C. McCallister, Karl Ger ner, J. H. Williamson, J. F. Stahl, R. B. Fitzgerald, A. F. Glover, J. M. Duff, C. A. Willard, E. Westaby, John Larkin, Chas. Bingham, Wm. Tierney, George Mead, Peter Marquart, C. H. Roberts, S. Colgrove. The business of the convention will be to place in nomination— Muyor, to fill vacancy. Police justice. Treasurer board of education. D. D. Holdridge, present incumbent, is being urged by his friends for reelec tion and will undoubtedly receive the nomination at this evening's convention. For treasurer board of education, the name of Frank Smith has been quite freely discussed during the afternoon, and it is likely he will receive the en dorsement of the convention. This is an important office and Mr. Smith is particularly well qualified to perform the duties of it. Several changes have been made in the school board. In the First ward, Mrs. D. D. Holdridge received the nemi nation for member, but declined, and residents of tbe ward will substitute the name of John M. Walker. Mr. Walker is a pioneer school board mem ber, having served many terms, and af tera rest of a few years will undoubted ly put new vigor into his past good record. In the Seoond ward, Dan McKinnon declines re-election and Geo. Runkel has been prevailed upon to stand as a candi date. Mr. Runkel is experienced in official work and will certainly make a good member. In the Third ward, Wm. Rae has listened to the importunities of his friends and will come out as an indepen dent candidate against M. J. Brennan Mr. Rae was strongly urged as a candi date for alderman from that ward, and it seems bis friends are determined to bestow honor upon him. The school officers will be elected on the old plan of voting, and not under the Australian system, and separate ballot boxes from the city will be provided for this pur pose. However, the voting will be done at the same polling places and at tbe same time. Wtimeu have the right to vote for school officers. Horwa WanML Will exchange some choice residence lots in this city for horses. C. B. Kennedy AivertlMt Letter* List of letters remaining uncalled for in the postoffioe in Madison, April 3, 1895: Bane, Harry. Miller, Mr. McNary, Walter. Miller, Michael. Persons calling for the above, please say "advertised." After fifteen days they will be sent to the dead letter office. WM. TOBIN, P. BnslaeiM €huge. Having bought out W. R. Smythe, I will continue the business at the old stand with a full line of Howard flour, graham, cornmeal, gasoline and kero sene. I will also handle tbe Madison flour. WM. FEE. SETTLERS Equatteis N A Valuble Flat. After years of studyand labor, there lias at last been discovered a sure and 4ever failing remedy. It has been test ad on patients, who have despaired of aver being cured, the results bave been, (b every oase, wonderful. Groff's Rheu Hatio Cure is unequaled as a positive remedy in all oases of Chronic and Acute MUST OO. W ill Ite Ite moved From the Yan\toi Reserve. WASHINGTON, April 10.—Secretary Smith took up the protests -f the Yank ton Ind aus against allowing the State of South Dakota to select school lands within the ceded reservation. The sec retary decided to recommend to the president, who has the proclamation declaring the lands open yet unsigned, to temporarily withhold his signature. He will allow the state two weeks within which to file arguments show ing its rights to select the.-»e lands, and thereafter will render his decision. It is probable that iu the meantime he will take some steps to have squatters removed from the reservation, a task that may require the uae of United States troom. More Fictitious Booda. REDFIF.LD, 8. D., April 10.—Fictitious bonds for tour more alleged school townships have turned up. Some' highly interesting developments will be fully expuiiated. Dr.Price'sCream BTKLAG Know* Nothikg of Tajrlor. PIERRE, 8. D., April 10.—The exam- iuatiou of F. W. Humphrey, former cashier of the First National bank of Redfield, at this place, was principally to secure testimony regarding signa tures of the bondHiuen. Attorney Gen eral Crawford positively denies any knowledge of the location of Taylor in Chili, or at any other place, and be* lieves the Vintan story to be only an ef fort^ throw the officers off. to Savo Her HOB, SIOUX FALL*. April 10.—Mrs. treasurer, eay Fanuie Allen, mother of Ray AUen, now under arrest for burglary, has preferred charges against her son of incorrigi ility. She has done this in order, if possible, to save him from being sent to the penitentiary. He U only -17 yearn old. The Carole** One and HU Gnn. LAKE BKNTON, Minn., April 10.—Eva Strong was accidentally shot by her brother Clarenoe returning from a hunting expedition. He wns showing her how a magazine gun worked when it was discharged, taking effect in her ,^+ght foot. 'Amputation Iwai found necessary. Minnesota Or*tors. ST. PAUL, April 10.—The Minnesota oratorical contest held at the House of Hope church was witnessed by an im mense audience. E. M. Phillips, of Uamlinc. was awardeu the first prize A. L. He)liwell of the state university, econd priz and F. H. Forrss^ll of Carleton third prize. Rained 10 Par Cebt. WEBSTER, Mass., April 10.—The 800 emp.oyes in the casliiiiora mills of John Chase fc Sons of Webster have been notifi-i 1 that thoir wages will be in creased l(Tper cent. Ckfton Mint Will He Abolished. DBNVKR, April 10 —A special to The Rocky Mountain News from Washing ton says: As a result of the receut dis covery of emlx'/.zlenients at the Carson City mint, und the establishment of a mint of coinage at Denver, it is inti mated that the Carson City mint will be closed as soon as the Denver mint is placed in operation, if not before. It is stated that the Carson City establish ment has been a source of great trouble to the mint authorities. Auditor's and Trrawarer'rt Exhibit Detailed of receipts and disbursement* in the county of Lake for quarter ending March 31, 1H95, showing amount of funds in the treasury aud where de posited. Treasurer's Exhibit. HO HO Er HO Er 3 ES er. ib sr O a S s O I! sr2 1 2.:J69.88 2,2Kl.¥i Stale VAX $ -T2.W 2.:i69.88 356.41 liitane....* M8.35 412.97 •MW.M OOO.HO County 5.J47.5B 5,557 (Including traunfer lo Per'n't t*cta fund) :?,U7."5 County school 1,7*1.69 1,538.31 :i,itrH.45 County bridge. l.Vj.iiT 89.17 31*2.43 Countyiostitute 55.44 31.00 ,H4 75. AO Districtschoolsl.7B8.5K 7,5lH.t#i 7,S1 3,031.53 Townships... MO.fiS 1.430.38 1,145.08 H06.W3 CitU Jfc towns. 373.«0 3,631.81 3,53#.8tt Kedemptiou... 337.87 8,884.17 3,7."rl.»l 355.13 Salary 1,773.70 1,38(1.73 8,667.50 491.H8 Sale and lease oi school laud*. H.M0 State ofS.D.per. m'n't school fnnd 75.31 Jff.flO U9M Ptr. sch. fund transferred from county fond 300.00 500.00 Bond interest 043.31 477.15 544 OH Poor larm 784.95 475 88 970.73 Int. on sale of M8.35 412.97 40J.52 368.53 41.«0 336.53 3.48 881.37 890.05 School land. 1,108.98 1,129.33 3,209.30 S7 00 $15,089.53 38,855.08 30,596.07 13,348.54 Bills receivable 4,075.00 500.00 4,075.00 Totals l!t,lt1.53 39,355.08 30,596.07 17,!«l.."» Puuds —where deposited. Daly & Mackav, First National Bank. Cnrrency and coin $ 5,359.77 Amount in banks 8,088.77 Total §13,248.54 State of South Dakota, county of Lake. John Fleming, being duly that tne xiatenient of the fii/ancial sworn doth above exhibit is a true and correct condition county, as appears lyhis ol Lake books. •IOHN FLEMING. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th day of April, 1895. J. PRESTON, (Seal) Clerk of tbe Conns. Auditor's exhibit. Detailed Net of warrants Issued during quarter: Couniv commissioners, 1st district $ 115.50 Couuty commissioners, 3nd district.... County commissioners, 3d district County auditor Deputy auditor and clerks County treasurer Deputy treasurer aud clerks.... Krister of deeds Deputy register of deeda County judire Sheritf. deputy and bailiffs Clerk of circuit and county court* Superintendent of schools Commissioners of insanity State's attorney Attorney by order of court Stenographer (•rand and iietit jurors' fees Justice of the peace Witnesses Poor relief Hooks, stationery aud prlntlog Lights, fuel and repair* of county buildings Building and repairing county Wolf bounty School books Postage aud express Boarding prisoners Miscellaneous MM Mraiu Referee Constables. Total $10,106.39 Asseta of county la detail. Total amount of school money loaned, secured by mortgages and bonds $ 4.575.00 Unpaid tax, county lund 10,901.67 Urpaid tai, bridge fuud .• 757.33 I'npaid tax, bond interest ltmd..v 1,.VH Unpaid tax, insane fund I'npaid tax, poor farm fund Cash on hand, couuty fund ....... Cash on hand, Insane fund 'ash ou hand, bridge fund .... .... Cash on hand, interest turn!.. Cash ou.hand, poor fhrm fuBtf Court house and ground*....,..... Furniture and tixtutes Couuty poor farms Total Powder a -a a .tJ AwwHI IMM MMHI SHwmNV rMTi 9M Pnm JWi i 1,25_'.0» 1, H.V1.4 ,:il r.r WHI.HO 3 |-,\M SHI 47 a«.ori K, 150.00 4,71 *.00 ,«oo.oo Tttal $39,588.95 Liabilities of county la detail. Total amount or school money received up to date $ 4,07.".0l County warrants outstanding 5H0.2i Bridge warrants outstanding 17.lj Koor farm warrants outstanding Court house bond* }•",000.00 Funding bonds J5,000.00 Assets over liabilities 15,H40«-J tttate of South Dakota, county of Lake, A. A. Tlorthrep, auditor, bsini] first duly sworn doth san? that the treasurer's exhibit hereon is a true and correct statement of the financial condition of Lake couoty as appears by his books, acd that the auditor's exhibit is a true and correct state ment of all warrants drawn on the treasury dur ing the quarter and that the statement of a* sets and liabilities la true and correct. A. «. NORTHKOP. Subscribed and sworn to before me this tith day of April, 1896. J.M. PBESTO\ Clerk of the Court*. COLONISTS WERE PRUDENT. IMIIMMUM TOO* Precaution* to Get Infor mation Before Going to Guatemala. INDIDNAPOLM, April 10.—Recent ar ticles printed iu the newspapers, telling of profitable fields in Guatemala for American emigrants induced the for mation of an Indianapolis colony, whose purpose was to emigrate to that oonntry. This colony was to consist of 150 men. Among the members was J. Conrad Bray, who wrote to P. M. B. Young, the American minister at Guate mala, asking for information regarding the flattering inducements that have been offered to emigrauts. Minister Young writes that the coun try holds but poor inducements to emi grants. The proposed colony will be abandoned. Their ftcalei Not Sealed. HILLM, Minn., April 10.—One law on1 the statute books the Hills merchants would like to see repealed is the act pro viding for the sealing of weights and measures. A few days ago suit was commenced by various merchants against several parties for store ac counts, and they were very much sur prised when the defense set up the claim that the scales did not bear the state seal anJ they were therefore not liable. There is not a sealed scale ur measure in the city. Need (experienced None*. BT. PAUL, April 10.—Dr. Hewitt, sec retary of the state board of health, has just issned his biennial report. The re port emphasizes two or three points with regard to general health conditions in the state, among them being the need for experienced nurses, to be employed by the health department in the coun try districts. Alaskans Will Go to Hehool, WASHINGTON, April 10.—Secretary Smith has decided to use the $5,000 he was authorized to expend for the educa* tion of Indian* in Alaska, in building two sclioolliouses, one at Doughusd island the other at Kotchican. Plans for the building are in course of prepara tion. flot J-Jodse READY TO SET MAY 1ST. lOE. Special Prices In Large Quantities.. HP~These olants are grown at a low tempera* ture which makes them hardy and easily trans, planted. Leave orders at Mofflt & Cline's store or attny home in northwest part of town. 0.8. ONES, Gardener. BAT 1AKKBT. City Meat Market. Keeps constantly on hand a Order your. 58.40 135.70 536.88 75.00 387.53 141.W7 :i7.v»»» 130.00 335.IIO 3WI.OI 5:1.30 3K8.W 40.65 175.00 99.00 131.00 11!).40 117.60 336.88 !*78.1 576.66 96.39 00.00 3.00 4 83 8S.83 bridge*. 105.80 64.95 •V- 10,143.96 85.00 143 40 FUL^ line of Fresh and Cured Meata, Fish,Fowl and Game, in season, 60ETHFL & SCHULTZ. OB PRINT INQ PROM IV DAILY LEADER Job Department. All of oar machinery is in firrs class condition, unsurpassed by any other establishment •la the state. New type and a fine line ot paper stock. N W«fk promptly exeeuted and grlqes He&$Q&able THOMAS THE Call and BUIt. Tree Tomato, early, strong and bushy, stands tbe wind well! $ .15 $ .75 Bond's Early Minnesota Tomato, earli est out of 11!) varieties 3b 1.00 Early York Cabbage 15 .7* All dead, early .15 .75 Burpee Sure Head, late 15 .75 Golden Self blanehing Celery ,15 .76 Early White Plume Celery... 15 .75 Kabey King Sweet Pepper* SO Yellow Ni/.emond Sweet Potatoes 15 .75 Cauliflower 30 CHAS. B. KENNEDY, President. D. flcKinnon Caxries largest and most complete line of goods in every department ever shown in this city. NEW GOODS arriving daily. The greatest place on earth to get your money's worth, at -4-McKINNON'S. TAIM)H NHOP. Tailor Ready for Spring Trade Make up your mind to got a nice tailor-made suit. Now Styles, an^ positively lower prices than ever before offered in Madison see new fashion plates Madison, S. D. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED Fa rm Loans &*f Lowest ^RATES^ 21 lb. SCORCHER, Catalogue free. Good agent wanted in DR. F. N. PALMER, DENTAL SU'RGEOH Office over Citizens National Bank. MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. SCOTT & SHERIDAN. REAL ESTATE, Business Property. Residence Property. Block Property, and new oods. T. J. THOMAS, The Tailor. BANR1SV, COLLKCTIOKH. Etr. J. H. WILLIAMSON, Vice President. THE HADISON State Bank, J. L. JONEH, Cashier. ICYCLES. ARE THE HIGHEST OF ALL HI6H 6RADES. Warranted Superior to any bicycle built in world, regardless of price. Do not be induced to pay more money for an inferior wheel. Insist on having the Waverly. Built and guaranteed by the Indiana Bicycle Co., a million dollar concern, whose bond its as good as gold. $85. 22 Acre Property have alao some very choice bar gain sin Farm Lands. Money to loan at Lour Raits* of *tor*%t cBHT£RLF. mniaow.so. DAK. the lb. LADIES',$75. v rv town. INDIANA BICYCLE COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind., U. S. A. MEAT MAHHKT CENTRAL MEAT MARKET Choice Cuts and Brands of Meats, Salt and fresh. Fish, Fowl and Sausages. Orders promptly delivered. PAUL STARK, Prop. 0*«. H. .farmer. C. J. Armr. FARMER & FARMER, ATTORNEYSI COUNSELORS AT LAW in Llfiflk.