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1 iX 8h k $ I fev-. e i0 C.) 'f IL- ABDICATES IJIIoukalini Resigns All Rights Nl Favor of the Re public. A MOST IMPORTANT ACTION Large ists Number of Revolution Convicted—Sentence Not Passed. HONOLULU, Jim. 90, via San Frnn •iseo, Feb. 7.—Lilionfealani has abdi cated in favor of the republic. This ig by far the most important outcome of the late rebellion. The document was drawn up by A. 8. Hartwell at the re quest of the ex-queen. It was presented on the 26th inst. to President Dole. The document, according to the wording, was executed freely and voluntarily. It was addressed to the president, and goes on to say: "SIR—After full and free consultation with my personal friends and with my legal advisers, both before and since detention by military order in the execu tive building, and acting in conformity with their advice, and also npon my •wn free volition and in pnrsu uice of my unalterable belief and understand ing of my duty to the people of Hawaii, and to their -—. Highest and Bent Interests and also for the sake of tlx #4 misguided Hawaiian# and others who have recently engaged in rebellion against the repub lic, and in an attempt to restore me to the position of queen, which I held prior to the 17th day of January, 1893, and without any claim that I shall become entitled, by reson of anything that I may now say or do, to any other or dif ferent treatment or consideration at the hands of the government than I other wise could and might legally receive, I now desire to express and make known, and do hereby express and make known to yourself, as the only lawful and rec ognized head of the government, and to all people of the Hawaiian Islands, whether or not they have yet become •atizens of the republic, or are or have been adherents of the late monarchy, and also to fill diplomatic and other foreign representatives in Hawaiian Islands, to all of whom I respectfully re quest you to cause this statement and action of mine to be made known as •oon as maj- be, as follows, viz: Republic the Only Government, In order to avoid all possibility of doubt or misunderstanding on the sub ject, although I do not think that any doubt or inisxinderHtanding is either proper or possible, I do hereby fully and unequivocally admit and declare the government of the republic of Hawaii is the only lawful government of the Hawaiian Islands, and that the late Hawaiian monarchy is finally and for ever ended, and no longer of any legal or actual validity, force or effect what soever and 1 do hereby forever absolve all persons whomsoever, whether in the Hawaiian Islands or elsewhere, from all and every manner of allegiance, or offi cial obligation or duty, to me and my heirs and successors forever, and I hereby declare to all such persons in the Hawaiian Islands, that I consider them as bound in duty and honor henceforth to support and sustain the government of Hawaii.'' Make* a Plea for tha Hawaiia*. The queen made a plea for the Hawai ians and others who took part in the re bellion. She hopes executive clemency will be exercised in their cases. She expresses a desire to live in absolute privacy henceforth. The document in cludes a copy of the oath of allegiance taken by her, and closes: "I have caused the foregoing state ment to be prepared and drawn, and have signed my name without having received the slightest suggestion from the resident of Hawaii concerning the same or any part thereof, or concerning any action or course of my own in the premie.1" FAMILY CREMATED. (Hz Persons Burned to Death Mich. at Stand Uh, DETROIT, Mich., Feb. 7.—A sptecial to The News from Standish, Mich., says the entire family of John Boeck, consist ing of himself, wife and four small chil dren, burned to death at Omer. It is gnpposed tliat a hot stovepipe which passed through the floor, caused the fire. The bodies were charred beyond recog nition. Two More Kibe Victim* Fsaad, LOWESTOFT, Feb. 7.—Thebcxly of a* woman has been washt*l ashore near fcouthwold. It has not been identified, Imt is presumed to be the remains of one Of the passengers of the Elbe. Another body has been brought in here by a fi.-h ing smack. From papers found on the body it is believed to be that of Fritz Hartmann, musical director of the Elbe, *»r H. P. Shunder, the chief steward of the steamer. Modified the Japanese Treaty, WASHINGTON, Feb. 7.—The senate has modified its former action on the Japan *se treaty to the extent of inserting a ftrovision ^hieh will render it imposm \»h, to abrogate the treaty before it goes into effect. Wiaeonain Merchant A—ly^. V Bn\Ks POINT, Wis., Feb. 7.—if. Clifford, a leading dry goods merchant #f this city, has made an assignment. liabilities are approximated at $•?&, •00 and assets at about $40,000. M»«a Karnia|f. STILLWATER, Minn., Feb. 7.—.THE January earnings of the park** amonnt *d to the sum of fa,758 being for w^port erf United State** prisoners, $6,000 tm convict labor and |a^»ky» fov^ fiurgpi from binder twine, firm I & I'ld FOREIGN GOLD ONLY t* far the K«w WASHINGTON, Feb. 7.—The cabinet vtu in session from before 10 o'clock until after 3:45. It is understood that almost the only subject of discussion was tbe pending lond issue. Several prominent New York bankers are here, among them J. Pierrepont Morgan, and, while they have neither seen the presi dent nor Mr. Carlisle, it is understood their views on the situation were con veyed to the president. There is no longer any expectation of a.popular loan to be placed in this coun try, as in that event the experience of the last few months would be repeated and the gold reserve again depleted. The purpose of the administration, it is understood, is to place the entire issue of beads with London bankers, who would pay for them with London gold, and thus avoid, for the present, at least, the necessity of paying out gold in ex change for legal tenders. Probably a Fake. WASHINGTON, Feb. 7.—Neither at the state department nor at the navy de partment has there come any word from China in confirmation of the reported capture by a Chinese mob of some of the offioera of the United States ship Concord, who accidentally killed a natiVe while on a shooting expedition. This lack of an official report has strengthened the belief of officials that the story was either without foundation or else much exaggerated. KANSAS TRAGEDY. fr*®*" FayWn Killn Her Aatallaat After Being Fatally Wounded. ATCHISON, Kan., Feb. 7.—Jim Nutt, made famous for killing Lawyer W. W. Duke in Uniontown, Pa., over a decade ago because he seduced Miss Nutt, is dying from wounds inflicted by Mrs. John Payton, who committed the act after Nutt, in a drunken rage, had fa tally shot her. Neither can live. Leon ard Coleman, a hired man, who at tempted to save Mrs. Payton's life, is lying seriously wounded, having re ceived a bullet from Nutt's revolver. The crime was most horrible and un provoked. The prominence of the fam ilies concerned makes it moat sensa tional. NATIONAL FARMERS' ALLIANCE. Supreme Cornell In Annual Seeaion at Raleigh, N. C. RALEIGH, N. C., Feb. 7.—The su preme council of the National Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union met in annual convention here. United States Senator-elect Marion Butler, president of the National Alliance, called the council to order at 3 o'clock and pre sented Mayor Badger of this city, who delivered the address of welcome. Re sponses were made by H. L. Loncks of South Dakota, ex-president of "he or ganization, and I. II. Dean of New York. Delegates are present from 20 states and more are expected. NOVEL EXPERIMENT. Chicago *1nt sf Reformers Open the Their "Home Saloons." CHICAGO, Feb. T.—The first of the so calleI "home saloons" was opened at 69 West Adams street. John Anchol and several ladies acted as assistants to the barkeeper and one pretty miss played the piano while the temperance topers drank. Several clergymen dropped in during the evening, took their drinks, sampled the free lunch and went out. With 5-cent drinks sonp and sandwiches are served. With 10-cent drinks a meal is given. Papers and magazines are strewn about and there are several checker and chess boards in this model saloon. Later on there will he roof garden. Acquitted of Conspiracy. Sioux CITY, la., Feb. 7.—Ex-Connty Attorney T. F. Bevington has been ac-1 quitted of the charge of conspiracy in the county boodling cases. E. B. Rob-! erts, who was also indicted on the same charge and who was to be the pricipal witness against Bevington, could not be found, and the county attorney re quested the court to instruct the jury to bring in a verdict of "not guilty." The Colonaas May Be Reconciled. SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 7.—The Bulletin states on authority of the friends of John W. Mackay that a reconciliation between the Prince and Princess Co lonna is being arranged by Mrs. Muckaj, the princess' mother. In explanation it is added that the prince's exchequer needs replenishment and that the prin cess will consent to a reunion for tha sake of her children Wisconsin Partners Meet. MADISON, Wis., Feb. 7.—The annual joint meeting of all the farmers' organi zations of Wisconsin opened during the evening. There was a great gathering of agriculturalists, horticulturalists, bee keepers, swine, sheep, horse and cattle5 breeders and members of the legislature. Governor Upham gave a welcoming speech, and among other addresses was one by President Hubbard of Stat* Agricultural society. Failed for t'lO.OOO- NORTHFIKU), Miuu., Feb.- 7.—O. T. McClaughry, deiiler in book* tmA «ta tionery, made an assignment to William Wickham for the benefit of his creditors. Th# liabilities are not accurately known, but we not leta than $20,000. flwt Before Cremated. I^DivEa, Feb. 7.—At the autopsy on body of Dr. A. L. Bowers, found Iwunaed to death in his store, a bullet was found in hk aknll. There is no doubt but that he was mnrdered *nA the store fired to conceal the crime. Cwiilcr Vadar MILWAUKKE. Feb. 7.—Martin ran Dohlen, formerly ciMhier for H. T. Clatiseu & Son Brewing company in New York, is under arrant here on a i J},000 from ttaft ALLISON IS A RIVAL The Iowa Senator Recognized *s Su&h by McKinlsy's Friends. HE Will BE A CANDIDATE, Though He Will Probably Not Make An Aggressive Campaign. Over swn with treasurer. The ST. PAUL, Feb. 7. -A special to Dispatch from Washington sayfti Senator William B. Allison will be a candidate for the presidency before the Republican national convention next year. Until very recently Mr. Allison has refused to commit himself when ever approached on the subject of his probable candidacy. He is not what is termed a "pusher" in politics, hut is conservative in his views, and never gets excited. The Iowa delegation had been counted as being solidly for Reed until the day the vote was taken on the pop-gun Wilson bill to strike off the dif ferential duty on sugar. The speech of General Henderson of Iowa attracted much attention and occasioned much comment, sinee it is generally known that he is a warm friend of Reed, and a great admirer of the ex-speaker. Henderson Leads the BOOM. Henderson leads the opposition to Reed in the Republican ranks of the house when the vote was taken and he carried the day, too. Reed himself did not regard the vote as being significant, but the politicians have settled it to a certainty, that Henderson and sevenil other members of the Iowa delegation will uot support Reed, and that Senator Allison has quietly given his consent to become a candidate for the presidential 'nomination. McKlnley Leaders Recognise a Rival. The McKinley leaders here recognize in Allison a most formidable candidate for the support of the Western states like Colorado, Idaho, Oregon and Wash ington. Nebraska and Minnesota, while pledged in advance to the Ohio governor, will undoubted consider well the claims of Senator Allison. If the nomination comes West the chances are that Allison will ba the next Republican nominee for the rnvsMescy. Bcpmentatlvc Moore's n— PARK RAPIDS, Minn., Feb. 7,—The wife of C. J. Moore, representative from Becker county, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Witter. She has b» tu ill about three months. The remains will be taken to Becker county o burial. Ntatenent Of the financial condition of tbe Madison Build" ing and Loan Association, Madison, South Da kota, on January 1, A. I). !*«,, tarv of state as required by law SKKIKS' made to the K« re- "A." Commenced business March 1, 1888, and has 844 shares outstanding. Assets. Liabilities. Capital stock StSJMUX) Net Gain l'/S4B B5 Bills receivable Loaaa 32,43)1 .M Cash in hands of treasurer 345.09 $61,646.65 $61.6«.a& SEMIEK "B." Commenced business February 1, A. D. 1803, and has 450 shares outstanding at this date. Assets. Liabilities. Bills receivable $74,57*40 Loans 20,040410 Capital stock *,000.00 Net gain 4.«§#« ntn The Greatest pair cf 255.' N. MTSTOTT, Secretary. Snbscribed and sworn to before me this aBth day of January, 1S9&. (Seal) A. FR1ZZELL. Notary Public, Lake County, S. D. Offer Yet Made! Last aeason THE HUB delighted thm« uands of buyers all with pants. We'll do tetter yet tMsjeseeal (The Hub's "Head-to-Foot Boy's Outfit I* tbe fall Boason contains as lollowst One DmtMe Breasted Coat, One Stanley i np V, Match, Pair of Fi/ ft Ctrim Shorn (D Turn Pain of Knu Pamtz, •4 stitl tbe priea will rwAi IIM HUM, TUwnemlx'r, tho cloth Is all wool, tho work) mariKliip and trimmings flrst^tii*r,«v«ryihInC »rtctly f?uaruuU'«d~4u»d your moticy tkhould you want It. Betid fyr sjirripli-s. of cloth, or better !Ma rntrnml .u mm -,f tht Head-to-fW OutSUL all clsarje«»« with prlvll ment, tbe prepaid for 85.75 or ofBk e of mi »*«wiunatioii oeroro pay. ^provided fl.00 on account la sent THE HUB, 1W Ur«««l dWM&% in tk* W«ML'' K.W. Cor. State ana Jacksen UilCAGO, UJL Obtcm§o .r V 1 Sm Botse# to Creditors. Istattf of MtJ. McOUIivrsy, .attMti Notic* i* hereby given by the nndvraicDeri ad imoietrAtor* of the #*tate of Murdoch J. MeHH iivrsy dwMMd, lotbu creditors of and all tx-r sons having rUtmn sxsiust. the stid dor.essed, fxhihit Sheen, with the necessary voucher#, with !ln six month* alt#*r the flnt publication of hi jiotice, io iii«» -si»i ftdi»it)i*tr«t»ri at the stun. Jbelonglns to said estate in the city of Madison $n thr coaniv of l.akc, South Dakota. »st«»d kt Marl )»••. rrrmhr -8!h, 18M. NO KM AN 1). MUU1LLIVKA Y, ADKLLA K. MCG1LLIVRAY Administrators of the Kstate of Murriock i McGHHvray. F. L. SOPEH, Attorney for said Administrators. Mortgage Sa)e. ftafoaH l»a*ttK bwii made in thp payment and conditions of a certain niortgafro duly executed and delivered by Annif Nileum Tvwtt, and Tom Nilson Tveett, her'husband, mortgagor"*, to Wil liam ». Swan, mort^a^ee, Wnrinir rial** of th»* l£th day of May, 18M0, which mortgage with a of sale therein rontatiu'd, was duly fliwi or record in the ofti« fof thf TVtfiKt'T of deeds in and for l.nke county, South Dakota, on the lTtli day of Mav, 1890, at 4 o'clock |. in., and duly re rdeil in (took 4 of mortjrjiges, on pa^es thereof. And, whereas, there is claimed to due and unpaid on said mortgage at the date of this notice, the sum of two hundred and eighty, tour dollars and ninety-five cents ($SH4.»5). prin cipal and interes'. And, whereas, no action or proceeding at law or otherwise has leen itistitu ted to recover the debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof. Now, therefor**, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of the power of stile Contained in said mortgage, and pursuant to the statute in such case made and provided, the said niortsrnsie will be foreclosed and the premises therein mentioned, to wit: The east halt [e1,) of the northeast quarter (ne*4l of section number twenty-two *.£!), township on» hundred and eight KlHl north of range fifty one (51) west of the fth F. M., in the county of Lake, South Dakota, together with all the hereditaments and appur tenances thereunto l*»longing, w ill )e sold by the sheriff of Lake county, or his deputy, at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, at the front door of the court house, in the city of Mad ison, Lake county, f«outh Dakota, on Saturday, the ltith day of March, 1HU5, at 2 o'clock p. of said day, to satisfy the amount then owing on said mortgage for principal and interest, together with all costs and expenses of foreclosure and •ale, inclading Jio.ui attorney's fee provided by l*w in case of foreclosure thereof. Dated at Brookinara, South Dakota, this 18th day of January, iswis. WILLIAM O. SWAN, Mortgage* MATHKWB* MI KPHY, Attorneys for Mortgagee. Notice of Mortgage tftl«. Detroit existing in a mortgage made and exe cuted by Carl -lohan Hotulwrij and Lisa Romberg, husband and wife, morttra&ror#, dated I'ecemiter 28, 1H!M, to the Northuemem Loan & hanking company, of Madison, South Dakota, mortgagees, on the west half of the northwest quarter and southeast quarter of northwest quarter of section twenty five (25) in township one hundred and five (105) north of range flfty four (54) west of the fifth principal merid ian in Lake countv, South Dakota, iven to secure payment of a certain note for MS 52 of even date therewith with interest at 12 K*r cent per annum from date said mortgage laving been filed in the office of the register of deeds in and for the county of Lake, state of South Dakota, on the tith dav of January, Dated at Mad son. Lake county South Dakota, this 15th day of January, 19M. 1'lie over tho Lnited StafcW Its" Head-to-Foot" •35.00 consisting of tnly one Boy's Outfit Coat, Cap, Shoes ai t«-ason V •-".'.- JSW, 4 THE NORTHWESTERN LOAN BANKING COMPANY, Morteasee. J. H. WILLIAMSON, Attorney for Mortgage*. «ufT(rrs 12® [aiMAjf] .» T*~ ^Ti vi irt K -f' v 1 4 V 'i* Wi i at three o'clock p. m., and recorded in book 17 of mortgages, on page S87 there being now due on said mortgage the sum of twsides an attor ney fee of $5t) stipulated in said mortgage: There fore the sheriff of «ai»! Lake county wiil sell all the right, title and interest that said mortgagors had in and to said land on the «rd day of Decem ber, 1HW, at the front door of the court house in the city of Madison and county of Lake and state of outh Dakota, on the 2nd clay of March, 1S9B, at two o'clock in., to the highest bidder lor cash, to satisfy said debt and attorney fee and costs of sale. Dated at Madison, Lake connty, 8. an nary 15th, I8M6» TH K NORTHWEST*** LOAN A BANK IMJ to., J. H. WILLIAMSON, Mortgagee. Attorney for Mortgagee. Notice of Mortgage Sale. Default existing in a mortgage made and exe cuted by Adelbeit W. lli.liiii.lge and Emma Holdrinsrt, husband and wife, mortgagors, said mortgage being dated May 1st, mu, an executed May htlt, ISMS, to the Northwestern Loan a Bank lng company, of Madisou, v South l-akota, mort gagee, nil the southwest fjuurter of section 15 township lttH northof range |, west of the 5th prim ipal meridian in Lake county, outh 1 a kota, giv n to secure the payment of a certain note for #.5 i*) of even date therewith, with interes. at la per cent per annum said mortgage having been Bled for record in the office of the register of deeds on the hth day of May, 1HM, at 10:.% i o'clock a m., and recorded in Isnik 17 of mortgages on pag.1 IB? there being now due on said mortgage the sum of I besides an attorney fee of $ot) stipulated in ha id mortgage: Therefore, the sher iff of (-aid Lake county will sell the said real es tate at the front door of the court hou-e in the city of Madison, Lake county. South Dakota, on the ,'iid day of .Vtarch, lWJo, at two o'clock p. to the highest bidder for cash, to satisfy said debt and attorney fee and costs of sale. Xottc*, Office of f"ooiKiissloner of School and Public Lands,--Notice is h»reby givfn#thst on the l«th day of March, IS!6, all this unsold and unleased -wliiXii lands in the county of Lake will Ite offerwi for lease to the highest bidder, at public auction, it the front door of the court house, in said county. Said leasing will be held between the the hours of ten o clock a. m. and five If in., of each day, until all the tracts of school lands have been offered for le ise Pierre, South Dakota, January IflK. Tniiti. H. RUTH, ConnlMtoaer of School and Public i-anfo. Mortgage Sale. Whereas, default has been made In the payment of the money secured by a mortgage dated the 20th day of June, A lSSit, executed by Ullbert Hansen and 'arris Hansen, his wife, of the county of Lake, in the then territory of Dakota, to The Farmland Mortgage and Debenture com pany, which mortgage was recorded in the office of the register of deeds of the said county of Lake, in book 4 of mortgages, on page 1, on the :!d day of July, ISS1', at iO:.?o o'clock a. and, whereas, no action or proceedings at law or otherwise have been instituted to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part there of and, whereas, the amount claimed to le due upon said mortgage, at the date of this notice, is the sum of five hundred ninety six dollars and serenty-uinecents ($5U6 79) to wit: $500 princi pal and $!W.7fl interest, besides the sum of fortv. seven dollars arid seventy five cents (f IT 75) fi taxes necessarily paid by said mortgagee, and i terest, and ten dollars attorney's fees all .wed I)/ law. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given th-'it by Virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, and duly recoided as aforesaid, and in pursuance of the statutes in such cases made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises therein de scribed, at public auction, at the front door of the court house in the city of Madison and county of Lake and state of south Dakota, on the 21th day of February, 1S95, at ten o'clock In the forenoon of that dav. The mortgaged premises are situa ted in the county of Lake, in the state of South Dakota, and are described as follows, to wit: The northeast quarter of the southwest quarter and the northwest quarter of the southeast quar ter and the west half of the northeast quarter of section twenty three (28), in township one hun dred and eight i IOH) BANK C0!ifJTrrlS MANHOOD RESTORED. lion of a BCFORC *NO AFTER *•',t»ie horrnr«. „t Impotf-nry. 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