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Protest* of Knglanil ami ltnly Not Hrra««l at t'oiiHtKutinoplr. CONSTANTINOPLE. Sept. 11.—The pro tests of the British ami Italian cmtias. aies at the dej ortatiou of Armenians has had but little effect. The Turkish government sent a circular to its min isters abroad, saying that in view of ensuring the maintenance of order hero, it has been decided lo send to their na tive countries all unemployed strang ers and the provincial officials have been instructed to watch all such per sons and prevent their return to Con stantinople. Commissions have been sent to the ports of landing in order to establish the identity of all the de ported persons, and a constant watch will hereufter be kept upon their move ments. Measures will also be taken to keep out of the Turkish empire the emissaries of thr Armenian revolu tionary committees who are working lu Bulgaria and elsewhere. Six Hnnilicd Out of Unrli. BETHLEHKM. Pa.. Sept. 11.—Over 600 men were thrown ut of employment last night by the Bethlehem Iron com pany's steel mills shutting dowu for want of orders. BRIEF BITS OF NEWS. Prince Egon von Holienlohe, a deputy to the reichrath, died of heart disease at Goerz. It is rumored that the grand vizier ol Morocco, Ahmed Ben Mussa, has been poisoned. The Mutual National bank of New Orleans has closed its doors. It has been regarded as weak for a long time. The first heat of the match for $5,000, between John R. Gentry and Star Pointer at Glenns Falls, N. Y., was won by Gentry by a neck. Time 2 :033'4. Government crop bulletin Condi tions of winter and spring wheat 74.6, against 75.4 in lb'.io, and S3.7 in 1894. Com 91. The financial article in the London Times gives a table intended to show the large arrivals of wheat and bread stuffs from America to the almost total absence of imports from Australaaia. Earthquake at Grand Tower. ST. Lol'is. Sept. 11.—A special to The Post Dispatch from Grand Tower. Ills., says At 6 :!46 o'clock a. m.. an earth quake shock of about 30 seconds dura tion was felt It came from a north westerly direction. Laura da at Philadelphia. PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 11.—The steam ship Laurada. which sailed from thig port for Cuba on Aug H, with a cargo of war material for the insurgents, has drop]ied anchor off Reed island. Cttne? taction Downed. torn WORTH, Tex., Sept. 11.—The Republican state convention organized by electing Charles M. Ferguson of Paris chairmau. Cuney was turned down by a decisive majority This was a victory for Grant, national commit teeman, who was backing Ferguson. Gasoline Exploded. ST. LOUIS, Sept. 11.—One man fatally and four others seriously injured is the result of an explosion caused by the careless handling of gasoline. The ex plosion occurred in the building occu pied by the Mound City Cleaning and Dyeing company. Will lie Mold Again. STILLWATER, Minn., Sept. 11.—Judge Wiliiston has made an order directing the resale of the Stillwater Street Rail way company to satisfy creditors, bond holders who were former purchasers of the road having failed to pay off the indebtedness. Sentenced for Counterfeiting. MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 11.—Judge Loch ren passed sentence on O. B. Vail, the counterfeiter, in the federal court. Be fore doing so he allowed the prisoner to mnke a statement in which the latter stated that he jumped from the express from Chicago through the connivance of Ins guard. Jud^e Lochren then sen tenced him to six ytars in Stillwater, and imposed a fine of #100. Vail was taken to prison later in the day. hal««iuan Fairchilds Located. BUTTE, Mon., Sept. 11.—Charles King Fairchild has been located at Spokane, where last seen Monday by a traveling salesman. He has been disposing of some of the finest sample jewelry he had to raise money to get home. appeared to be unbalanced mentally. A Murderer Captured. Mil NOR, N. D., Sept. 11.—News has reached here of the capture of Truin tell, who murdered County Commis sioner Hagan at Walcott last week. He was found hiding in a haystack north of Wyudmere, by a farmer named Stack. Five hundred dollars reward had been offered for his capture. Displaying Kail road Goods. NIAOARA FALLH, N. Y., Sept. 11.— The convention of the National Road masters' association is in session here With an attendance of SO delegates, representing nearly all the roads in thf country. Couin cted with the meeting is one of the largest displays of railroad goods that has ever beeii""seen in America. v Northwestern Flour Oat put. MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 11.—The flour ontput last week, according to the Northwestern Miller, was 266,085 bar TBls against 2*0,150 barrels the week be fore and 231,110 in 18»5. At Superior and Duluth the output was 80,870 bar Mis last week, 81,840 the week before and 86,515 in 1896. The flour market «U quiet. The ao called "magnetic powder" of middle ages was made from skulls other grrwsome materials. It was applied to a wound, but to the WMAH had made the wound. (tap at Copenhacfii. COPENHAGEN. Sept. 11.—The czar and czarina landed here at noon from Kiel. They were received by the king and queen of Denmark, the crown prince and princess, the Princess of Whiles and other members of the royal family, after which they proceeded to Benstorff castle. Annulled Wnnhlngton Lenses. SPOKANE, Wash., Sept. il.—The Northern Pacific has served notice on the receiver of the Washington Central railroad and on the Coeur d'Alene road that the leases and contracts under which the Northern Pacific has ojer ated the two lines is now terminated. Governor Hasting* the 1'riucipat Speaker. ERIE. Pa.. Sept. 11.—Perfect Septem ber weather made tremendous crowds possible here at the opening of the Pennsylvania Republican state cam paign and the convention of League clubs. Governor Hastings made the principal speech of the evening. Notice I* hereby given tr all ier»one bavir claim* gainn tfaiilila Ylckertnan, late of Killmore couniv, Minnesota, aud now denied to pre »eni their ela'm*. witli the neeeeeary vouchers, to .*oo. C. Coffey, administrator i.f the estate of eairt deceased, nt his residence in Madisor., Lake county, Smith Dakota, within four calendar months next after the first publication of Ibis this notice. Anv claim not iresdnted within that 'inn- will be forever barred. Dated September .', 1W*. NO. c. COFFEY, Administrator." By MURRAY A PORTER, His A ttornej of s. Notice. The late of Fonth PnVota, ci rr t\ of Lak In ilie circuit court. Second judicial circuit, summons. Amelia Mai/., plaintiff, vs. Uotthart Mat/, defendanr. The state of South Dakota to the above named defendant: You are hereby summoned and rt quired to answer the com plaint of the plai ntlff in the above entitled ac tion. of which a copy is hereunto annexed and herewith served upon yon. and to serve a copy of your answer to the said compialnt on the sub scriber at his office in the city of Madison, in aid county and state, within thirty davs after the service of th(« summons upon you, exclusive It ou tail to of the day of such et-rvicc: ant an swer the said complaint within the time afore said, the plaintiff in this art'on will apply to the court fur the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated August 11, WM. MCGHATII, Plaintiff's Attorney, Madison, State of South Dakota. To the above named defendant: Yon will please take notice that the complaint in the above entitled action was filed in the office ot the clerk of the circuit court of Lake county. Second judicial circuit, of the stnte of South Dakota, oil the 14th day of An cutt, WM. MciRATH, alotill's attorney, Mtdmon, 8. D. RESULTS OF MALARIAL AND TYPHOID FEVERS. A Case Cited in Three Oaks, Michigan, that will Interest Delicate Women. The Effects of the Fever Were Felt in the Weakest Spots, my case I, hardly know which would be thought the in.st important. Seven years ago I had an attack of malarial fever, which turned to the typhoid. After that 1 never felt as well —my nervous svstem was completely unstrung. aud was then called sciatica. I was blistered several times without anv relief. I spent all of that winter in bed. The next spring I was able to be out a little, but in August had an other attack and was blistered again. This time they kept the blisters sore for over two weeks, but 1 received no benefit. pushing a chair, a« I could not ...Kmr,n could not sit and lean buck in :i r»s-ker. There was a I trire hunch alout half-wa\ down on my back which, at times, pained me terribly. That fall I took two (sues of* I*ink Pills, but )ecau,»e they did A bride is always interesting. When A WARNING TO MOTHERS* Frum the Preta, 7*hret Oak*, Hleh, What can be more distressing than to see A year ago last May I again Mtaawneei a girl drooping and fading in the spring time taking Pink rills. I coula onlv lie on my of youth? Instead of bright eyes, glowing. right side and was so helpless that I coula rosy cheeks, and un elastic step, there are dull i not turn or get up without being lifted, eyes, pa'.e, sallow, or greenish complexion, and After I had t&icen four or five boxes I could a languidness of step that bespeak disease and an eurly death if proper treatment is not promptly resorted to ana persisted in until the impoverished blood is enriched, and the func-' I did not have chills any more and upr eabrcu tions of life become regular. Upon parents i that most dreaded of all dis- I would have to lie down most of the time, as eases—Consumption. If you notice any of it was impossible for me to stand. At last these symptoms lose no time in procuring they nearly disappeared. Every time they something that will assist the patient to de- should come I would cramp and won Id have to velon properly and regularly that will enrich use hot applications, and would take hot slinks, the blood, and restore health's roses to the tens and every known remedy, hut cheeks bright eves and a lightness of step so After using Pink Pills two months they came that danger of consumption aud premature on without any pain whatever. It had been d?*:ith will be averted. Wise and prudent two mothers will insist on this u|*n the approach dix-tor said it might be the turn of the peri4sl of pulerty, and thus avoid all 1 was too younir, only thirty-three, he thought chances of disease or earjy decay. it stnimre if it was. Now I am just aa anyone At Three Oaks, Michigan, there lives a should le at tho«e times. woman with a most remarkable history. "Another trouble had The following story is given in her own aeh from a child. Every little while I would words. i have lad vomiting spells, consequently the Dk. WILLIAMS'MEDiriNR Co., i doctors found me a very hard patient to Five years ago last March I felt the' first symp- found out I could get along as well without toms of rheumatism. The next March I had it and just depended on the pills. la grippe, which left me with what the doctor Wnen I commenced using them I waa pronounced muscular rheumatism. I lecame so discouraged that I had given np the better, but in Novemls-r had another severe thought of ever being any letter, as after attack. It settled in mv back and right hip every attack I was so much weaker and After this I had sixteen boils, or aome- statements are all true from friends who have thing similar, on the right side. I com- »e*n me suffer and know just how belplMi menced to get crooked anu had to use a cane get when I walked. I again got a little better, but in February became worse, and my back gave out completely so that I could not straighten. The doctor said it was the break ing down of the bone structure of the vertebra. I was nearly dvuble. When I became able to Wn for I»r. Williams' Pink Pills, and am very walk I was so In-nt over that I had to walk by 1 nrt help me at once I mopped taking them. The next win ter I was in ls-d, completely helpless. I finally got so I could not sit up long enough to have my h*d made. I had chills every night and my hands and feet were like ice nil the time. At last I lost all control of my shattered nerves. They are an utifiailiBg ape nerves and if I commenced to laugh or cry cifie for such diseases as locomotor ataxia, par could no? stop. tial paralysis, St. V^us' dance, sciatica, neu- I was also sulyeet to severe paina in mr ralgia, rheumatism, nervous headache, the bead and hack which made me nearly wila. after effect of la grippe, palpitation 0» the and would have spells when it seemed as it heart, pale and sallow complexions, all INBH I were trilling and would become uneonscious. of weakness either in male or (Hnafta, Pfnk The night* were the worst, as I could not sleep. Pills are sold by all dealers, or will fct I was in so much paiu that they gave ineanti- po#t paid on receipt of price, 80 MBit ft pain powders, and 1 had to take four or five at or six boxes tor 9SM6 itney are night as I would awake aearlv «Very hoar in hnlk or h* the 100), b* a terrible palm. ||UM' Memfoc Coaipafry. of will make and keep herself strong and healthy. The way is simple. It leads to Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, the pre paration of regularly graduated, experi enced and skilled specialist in the treatment of the diseases of women, who has for thirty years been chief consulting physician Dr. Piercc's Pleasant Pellets .HTfcns. Rt-publ c.in C.,ii..i(lntr Tor Vi-e Krrtidoat Makes 1'ubl e I!in I.ctter. N. J., Sept. 11.—Hou. Garret A. ... a has .given cut Irs let t«r i ti.r uor.iiuutiun for vice I-rts.i'.ri.t i ".m-tui :u by the pub iican i r.r: The u«i.t ti tiip.r is mainiy devoted to the iiiouv.y que:- inn and in opposition to fr "C coinage. The Other or. rr^ 1 rftv discus^erl turn over on my left side. I then com menced to have some faith in the medicine, and began to take three pills after each meal latiMi was better. rests a great responsibility at the time their! "After I had taken seven boxes I COtdd daughters are budding into womanhood. If ait up. I gained right along after this, walked your daughter is pale, complains of weakness, with the assistance of a cane, and in Septenber is tired out upon the slightest exertion, if threw that aside and have not used it since. I she is troubled with headache, backache, or am not strong enough to do hard work, but can pain in the side, if her temper is fitful do light housework. and her appetite poor, she is in a con- I had also been a sufferer for sixteen dition of extreme peril, a fit subject for the years with painful menstruation. Kvery time development of LANDS a woman becomes a bride she is making: one of the great changes in life. She is enter ing on duties entirely new to her—duties, which she is all too often wholly unfitted and unprepared for. It is a woman's duty, as well to herself as to her husband, that she shall be strongly healthy in every way—par ticularly in those organs which are to be called into play in bringing children into the world. Weakness and disease the •rgans distinctively feminine undoubtedly cause much of the misery, unhappiness and incompatibility of married life. A woman whose nerves are continually nagged with torturing pains, whose vitality is Tow, and whose strength is unequal to her daily tasks does not find it possible to be always ami able and cheerful. And yet, amiability, cheerfulness, good looks and vivacity are the things most expected by a husband. Every woman may have these things if she of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y. For thirty years this prepara tion has been marvelously successful—has been the means of bringing happiness into thousands of homes. Its most benign influ ence is in eliminating the pains and dangers of childbirth. Its benefit in this respect cannot be overestimated. permanently core constipation, sick aud bilious headaches, bilious ness, heart burn, sour stomach, foul breath, pitation of the heart, aud flatulcocc. pal no avail, years_ since there had been any nlor. The of life, but as WHS Schenectady, N. Y. treat. My physician said he had spent more Gentlemen:—" There is so much tosay about time in studying my case than that of an a weak atom* vine my case than that ot any patient he ever had. Several physicians ad vised me to use an electric battery. We got one and I u.wd it for some time before I commenced using the pills, and continued it for awhile after I began using them, but I more helpless. It seems almost a miracle to me that after trying so many remedies that your medicine should have helped me ao much. I can now walk quite a distance without getting very tired, and the bonch on my back is much smaller than it waa. I can furnish plenty of proof that these I was when I commenced using yoor medi cine. I have used in all thirty-two boxes I am perfectly willing to tell what has helped me and have recommended your pills to aeveral persons who are now using them. I do not be lieve I would have been alive now had it not thankful that there is such a medteine, ibrtney straighten. 1 havk-helped me when everything else filled. Respectfully, us. J. S. FLOW* Sworn and aubacribed to before DBA thia 19th day ot October, A. I)., 18115. DWIGUT WaKRF.N, Xotary PubUe, .&&&• v.'V A Ureat|t'aiBtry. Another great wave of emigration ia a bout to flow over the country. The northwest will receive the greal9&t bene fit from it and every state in that region is prepared for if From the Great Lakes to the Pto.tio Ocean Boards of Immigration have been formed, full of ecergy and entl miasm and glad to give the cewcomer and enquirer all the assistance possible. In Minresota the renowned Red River Valley and the newly opened lands of the Ived Lake Reservation attract the homeseeker. In North Dakota there are rolling hills and rich prairie lands. In Montana the great Yellowstone Valley, with its new irrigation enterprise, the noted Gallatin Valley and the Bitter Root Valley extend arms of welcome. In Idaho and Washington tbe Nez Peroe Reservation lands recently ceded, and the Palouse. Potlach and Yakima Val leys east of tbe Cascades, are bound to be rapidly settled. Weet of the moun tains are the fertile valleys of Puget Sound in Wnshington, and the Holum bia and Willamette Valleys in Oregon. Homes for millions of people are found bere. Come and take possession others are coming, you come too —write to Chas. S. Fee, General Passenger Agent Northern Pacitic Railroad, St. Paul, Minn. ILDDD POISON QU Berrien County, Michigan. Ir. Williams' Pink Pills contain, in a con densed form, all the elements necessary to new life and richness to the blood and raainre Primary, owUrrorTer permanently •red to 1ft toM day*. Ton can KMhoMtorauM price under aamaruanui? If jon prefer to come bara we will am. tract topay railroad tarwadhotalMlitand be treated u If we fail tocwe. If yoo bmukia mer taefc, *D4 atlll hmy acfaaa tthw In Bwtt, Boi tpUa, Copper Coipredipota, rnr pacta*tb*o«y, aat, la thia D*I»OJL8O! Cill TTj •nhntt fft^ fit nfmt I COO Why, yes, there is money in it at present prices. Lake County Real Estate as good and better than the lands of Iowa and Illinois oan be bought for half the price per acre. There is speculation in it for the sale in vestment of money. Prices cannot long remain: at the pres ent standard. An immense increase in price must come at a very early day. fcDo you want to make money by making investments in Lake County Lands Do you want to make money by making investments in Mad ison City Lots Homeseeker, do you want tcheap A home in tbe est portion of 8011th Dakota 7 Then call troon or correspond with CHAS. B. KENNEDY MADISON SOUTHODAKOTA. liodec Company 8 tart a Up. NEW HAVEN, Conn., Sept. 11.—The Candee company, manufacturers of rubber shoes and one of the largest members of th»» United States Rubber company, has resumed operations, em ploying about 1,800 men. The officials t-ay the plant will operate as long u the business situation permits. The Blood. l„M. Sui-lHtw. "Wimooirai. Wis., Jane W. Mi Dr. M. M. FENNER. Fredonla.JJ. Y. Dear 8tr:—In 1«851 had skin eruption en tirely cohering foot and leg to knee, so bad the discharge would fill my alipper to run ning over In a half day. No one knows how 1 Buffered. All doctors and patent medicines employ ed failed to benefit me and the eruption con tinued to apread. In this dlatreeaed condit ion I finally began the use of your Blmxiand Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic, and after using 6 bottles, together with aa many boxes of your Salt Rheum Ointment, relief waa MI keptOT^howeTer, until I had uaed 10botn UM In all of the Blood Frank Smith Druggist, Order yodr. OB PRINT INQ .FROM. THEDAILY LEADER Job Department All of our machinery is is £ne clasB condition, unsurpassed by mny other establishment in th* state. New type and ft tine I n of paper stock. s Work promptly ezeouted ted grips TlU$ofial)U