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i U CRESTFALLEN Spanish Ministry Hangrs Its Head Now That Part of the Truth Is Known Regarding the Destruction of Cervera's Fleet—Whole Story Not Told. Enthusiasm of Populace Gives Place to Waitings of Families of Victims. Campos or Silvela May Succeed Sagasta and Make a Peace Proposal. MADRID, Tuesday Evening, July 5. via the frontier, July 7.—The enthusi asm aroused by the misleading dis patches to the Spanish government from Cuba is changed to the waitings of the families of the victims, and lam entations of the national disaster. The ministers are crestfallen a&4 are atill concealing the worst. The extremity of despair, rage and recrimination prevail among the popu* lation, and the authorities are adopt ing strong precautions, fearing popular outbursts. Marshal Martinez de Campos has been foremost iu the endeavors to pre vent disturbances. A government crisis is imminent, and it is regarded as probable that Senor Silvela or Marshal Martinez de Campos will succeed Senor Sagasta as premier, and propose peace, in order to prevent the Americans from attacking seaboard cities of the peninsula, and ruining Spain. The palace is strongly guarded, and the queen regent, who is described as being inconsolable, is receiving the sympathy of the sensible portion of the population. There is no disguising the fact that grave forebodings are heard as to the future of Spain. The tone of the general public may be summed up in the quently heard: "God only knows what will happen." OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCED. Premier Saga*ta Learns of Admiral Cer vera's Defeat. MADRID, July T.—Seuor Sagasta, the premier, has announced ofticially that Admiral Cervera's squadron has be^u defeated, that the Almirante Oquendo was burned and the Maria Teresa sunk and Admiral Cervera himself is a pris oner of war. The dispatch containing the information ha* not yet been fully deciphered. DO NOT DESIRE PEACE. Spain Will Coutione the War While a Single Soldier Kemaiiis in Cuba. MADRID, July 7.—The cabinet coun* cii, after a short session, decided not to ©Jpen negotiations for peace, but to con tinue the war with all risks while a •ingle soldier remains in Cuba. The government has no news as to a bom bardment of Santiago and has cabled Go vernor General Blanco for details of tht naval buttle. Spanish Fleet at OHM, SUEZ, commanded by Admiral Camara has arrived here and has been notitied by the officials of the Egyptian govern ment that it must leave this port within 'J4 hours. The government has also notified Admiral Camara that he will not be allowed to coal here. SITUATION IS TERRIBLE. Fenplu of Santiago Panic-Stricken atfc# *iitlcrui.c i'rnin Lack of Food. WASHINGTON, July Speaking of the troops under his command General Shafter says: "The men are in good spirits and remarkably well." In the course of another dispatch General Shafter, referring to the con dition of those injured, says: "All the wounded are doing singularly well, only one death having occurred since the battle." The Pelayo Out of Order. ISMAELIA, Egypt, July 7.—The Span ish battleship Peiayo is out of order, and she is compelled to stop here since iarly morning. Ismaelia is a town of Egypt on Lake Timsah, on the Suez and Sweetwater canals, equal distance trotu ibe lied sea and Mediterranean sea. __ Winona Will Make a Hid. WINONA, Minn., July 7. A circular has been received from the board of directors of the Minnesota Odd Fel lows' Home and Orphan a-ylum, stat ing that seaiel bids for the location of the Minnesota Odd Fellows' home will be received up to 2 o'clock in the after ooon of Oct. 4. (Vincra will main ft' bid. I FRUITS remark fre FOR THE TABLE. MM. Rorer Tells the Beat Kinds—How They Should IV Served. Fruits are more appetizing and, per haps. mere easily digested if taken in the early part of the day—whether or not before the breakfast uiust be de termined by the rater. Grapes, oranges and shaddocks may be served before the cereal. Bilked ap ples, peaches, baked bananas, figs, dates, prunes or stewed fruits should be served at the close of the breakfast. Raisins, sultanas, dried figs and prunes should be soaked thoroughly, so that they may take up the same amount of water with which they have parted in the process of drying, and should then be heated just enough to soften the skins. The subacid fruits, such as apples, figs. dates, peaches, persimmons, pears, prunes and apricots, are. perhaps, the best of the winter fruits and may be used to good advantage with animal foods. Acid fruits must at all times be used most sparingly, especially by persons inclined to rheumatic troubles. The continued use of an orange or shaddock before breakfast will diminish the pow er of stomach digestion, for which rea son they should be served with cereals or such foodfe a9 require only intestinal digestion. The papaw and pineapple belong to a class alone. They contain a vegetable pepsin which assists in the digestion of the nitrogenous principles. These fruits, then, may be served with meats and will aid in their digestion. When served with bread and butter, they do not form so good a diet. They are more digestible raw than cooked, as the heat destroy? the activity of the ferments. Apples as a rule are more easily di gested cooked than raw, although raw apples are more palatable. The fashion of adding sugar to fruits should be avoided, as th^y have already been endowed with a sufficient amount of sugar, and as all the starch and cere als are converted into sugar any further amount would be stored in the system, to its detriment. If our bilious friends would throw aside their liver pills and with them sugar, they might be free from much discomfort.—Mrs. S. T. Sorer in Ladies' Home Journal. The Court theater in Munich has a revolving stage. The part in view of the audience represents one-quarter of a circle. A change of scene can be effect ed in 11 seconds by bringing to the front the nest quarter of a circle. Not the Correct Thing. Signal Service Man (meeting dyspep tic acquaintance)—Fine day, Jones! Jones—Oh, don't talk shop!—Chi oago Tribune. The H«M« Concurred. WASHINGTON, July 7.—The house concurred iu the senate Pacific railroad amendments to the deficiency bill. Vote, 7(3 nays, 86 yeas. Open for Commercial Business. WASHINGTON, July 7.—The French cable via Hayti, used by the govern ment in communicating with the army, is now open to the public for ordinary business. This is in accord ance with instructions issued by Chief Signal Officer General A. W. Greely. LATEST MARKET REPOET. Daluth Grain. DL IXTH, July, July 7.—The Spanish fleet 7. Several dis* putcuc» Wfeie received during the even ing by Aujutant General Corbin from General Snafter, but their contents were not given to the public. One message received indicates that the sit uation jt the people of Santiago is ter rible. They are not only panic stricken over the fear of bombardment, but U»ey are suffering from lack ot the ac taal necessaries of life. In one of his cablegrams General Shafter says: "The town (Santiago) is in a terrible condi tion as to food. The people are starv ing. Rice is practically the only staple article of food they have. July ft, WHEAT—Cash No. 1 hard, 90c No. 1 Northern, 5o^c No. 2 Northern, S3c. To Arrive—No. ). harl, 9Jc No. 1 Northarn, &5^cj September, 69 J^3 Minneapolis Grain. MINNEAPOLIS, July tt. WHEAT—July cl used at Sep tember, GsDecember, On Track—No. 1 hard, &5%e No. 1 North ern, 56^c No. 2 Northern, 84%c. Vmt'.trr, Batter and Egg% CHICAGO, Jttfjr 6. POULTRY—Live, in brisk demand. Spring chickens, hens, 7^c ducks, 'jo turkeys, »j(i£7c. tii U X1E R—Steady. Creameries, 13^ dairies, 114il3e. EGGS— Firm frt\*h, 10c. City Live fetoclc. Sioux CITY, la.. July 6. HOGS—Market steady. Runge oi prices. '.50^3.70. CATTLE—Market steady. Sales ran^ei at 35 for beeves $ 1 .73^4.50 for cows, bulla and mixel £3.75(^1.00 for stockera and feeders $j.*5 vHo.'db for yearlings and calves. St. Paul Union Stock Yarns. SOUTH .^T PAUL. July 6. HOGS—Market steady. Range of prices. $3.40(33.75. CATTLE—Beef cattle steady atMl act ive common stockers dull. tiales ranged at tJo a a.SO for stookors $3.40&3.7j far cows $:iu0&3.2u for heif ers: a.4.40 for steers. SHEEP—Sheep and lambs firm and active. balas ranged at $3.00S4.50 for muttjns $5.50 f'.r lambs. Receipts: Hogs, 609} cattle, 400 *h«»p 225 calves, 160. Chicago Union Stock Yardh CHICAGO, JULY FT. HOGS—Market oaluo higher. .Sales ranged at |3.6i^(3J.S5 for light $firstname.lastname@example.org for mixed £3.70uj3.y7$ for heavy |3.7oj£3.75 for rough. CATTLE—Market steady to 10c higher hales ranged at &email@example.com fur cows and heifers §3.50(^4.70 for Texas steers $.i for stoukers aDd feeders $4.lo (&5 3o for beeves. SHEEP—Market steady. I Sales ranged at $3.40(35.00 for natives 14.75 for westerns, t-J.firstname.lastname@example.orgQ for lambs. Receipt*: Hogs, 23,000 cattle, 12,500 shaeji, 1^,000. Chicago Grain and Provisions. CHICAGO, July *. RLOSING PRICES. WHEAT July, 7»}%o September, December, CORN—July, .September, Sih&MXo, De .-ember, 33%c May, 30c. OA IS July, 22%c Septembar, 2J?£o May, xil-jo. PORK July, $9.62 September, $9.62. FOOD FOR THE CUBANS. Plan of Feeding the Starving Jiativn Proceeding Systematically. WASHINGTON, July 7.—The plan of feeding the starving Cubans is proceed ing systematically, despite the atten tion which the authorities are obliged to give to the war. These plans ar^ being carried cut by the commissary de partment of the army. Large consign ments of food are being loaded on the steamer Port Victor. This is but one of several consignments as the work of relief has been going on for the past two months, hundreds of thousands ot government rations being distributed. Tho supplies will now include refrig erated and cold storage beef for Cuban troops and the reconcentrado«. NOT SAMPSONS FIGHT. Senator Petti grew Wants It Known Schley Was the MMI Wl»o Whipped Cervera. WASHINGTON, Ju'.y 7. -Senator Petti grew has introduced a resolution ten dering the thanks of congress to Com modore Schley and the men under him for gallant conduct in the destructiou of the Spanish fleet at Santiago, It occasioned some debate. Senator Hale said no one knew who was entitled to the credit of the great victory. Mr. Pettigrew said he introduced the reso lution to remove in a measure the im pression that Sampson had won the most remarkable naval battle of the world. The resolution went to the committee on naval affairs. In the New York directory tot isi.' is the entry. "Peter Cooper, machinist. 98 Elm street." Elm street was then one of the poorer localities. There are three periods in all life—the time of the bud. of the flower and of the perfect fruit. It is thus that girlhood emerges into womanhood and womanhood into motherhood. Almost ill of the ills from which women suffer have their incep tion in weakness and diseas-c of the femi nine oreatiisui. which bears the burdens ot wifehood and motherhood. These disor ders usually begriti with puberty, childbirth or with the "turn of life." Thousand- of women suffer silently for years in this way. rather than undergo the examinations and local treatment insi^ed upon by the major ity of physicians. This 1? unnecessary.' Au eminent and skillful pecialist, Dr R. V. Pierce, for thirtv years chief consult ing physician to the' Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo. N. V lotu since discovered a wonderful medicine that will cure all troubles of this natur in the privacy of the home. This med: cine is known as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pn scription. It acts directly on the delicat-j and imporant organs that make wifehood and motherhood possible. It makes then strong, healthy and vigorous. It allays in flammation, heals ulceration, soothes pain and tones up the nerves. It banishes th indispositions of the period of impending maternity, and makes baby's advent easv and almost painless. It transforms weak, sickly, nervous invalids into happy, healthy wives and mothers. All good medicine dealers sell it. and no honest dealer will urge a substitute upon you. Dr Pierce's Pellet* cure constipation. now Old She LOOKS Poor clothes cannot make you look old. Even pale cheeks won't do it. Your household cares may be heavy and disappoint ments may be deep, but they cannot make you look old. One thing dots it and never fails. It is impossible to look young with the color of seventy years in your hair. liner's permanently postpones the tell-tale signs of age. Used according to directions It gradually brings back the color of youth. At fifty your hair may look as it did at fifteen. It thickens the hair also stops it from failing out and cleanses the scalp from dandruff. Shall we send you our hook on the Hair and its Diseases? rf»° fl®f' Advfca /«•. fi.y 7,°,.' r,"r "v,ulri a" the bene- -*pe teri from the use of "rlb^l'v' Zr:ll tl'6*"•*"flifficultr tsntK ft' y is some ranv bn'-A,i?.tTor:il R7st,*rn wl.k'2 A e a s A*£K, Lowell, M. ft LAND and the demand for Lake County farms Good Society, Correspondence Notice to Creditor?. In the county court of the county of Lak*. etate ot south Dukotit. In the matter of th* tState of 01.' .T. Rouhlue rtecfufed. Notice '1# hereby jjiven by the under*!.-[.ed, Oie O. Moiete. Lees administrator of the e.-tttte of Ole ,J. Hoii. IJIUL.', deceiired, to the creditor- of, and till ,er (•oii? huNir.L'claim- against the ouid deceu-ed. to exhibit them with the uece^fary voucher-, with in four month* after the fimt publication of th'- Mo|,kn..,p Ht the oiJic- of O. I). HoidridL'e JL Son, city of Madison, county of Lake, fcouth Dakota. Dated Ji.ue-"I, iy«». OLE o MOLSKNESS Administrator of the Estate of Ole 3 Deceased. D. D. IIOLDHIDGE A SOX. Attorneys for Adrniniptrrtot. Notice. State of South Dakota, county ol Lake, in tfe. ma.ter of tbecMute of Bridget Wan, dJc'-a-ed In county court Notice of sfttl.mcnt of finai account and order to show cause uhy decree of distribution should not be made. Notice is hereby given, that John W'adden, administrator ofthe estate of Bridget Ho,an, deceased has rtndereo and iireeented for s^tLetnent and filed in this court, his hnal account of his administra tion of said estate: and liled therewith his re*i- OD to the etiect that all debts and expenses of administration hav« iieen fully paid, and *«id ?.L Hi J. \htT'f according to lav., and that he be discharged. It is theretore ordered that ail in tH.jf'Tori,* feHt&te of tbeclt'°f f.?rh.t»B'oB/he Dated Madison, South Dakota, June :«i:h. 1-' B_V the court. JV PHKSTJV'/'^S6 i of}he County Court! °f v°?n,y' then come and see me, and I will show you just what you want. If are renting land now, paying $3 to $5 per acre annual rental, I will show you just as good land and sell it to you at what yon will pay out in rental, where you are, in three years, and will give you easy terms of payment. If you wanta good location in Madison I have such for you. A large fHim ber of substantial buildings have been built in Hadison the past sea son and the city is steadily growing in population. Chas. B. Kennedy, MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. -ure, a ilocaa decf.a. tdht, and appear theconntv court I^ C?U.nty^ S ,he Snntf°i»r "f thejudee r.f Madison, Lake coun'.v, *•th d,iv °the y 0Ije clock ,u afternoon, f/finv fii't f! V'"e exceptions 111 writing if any tht.y ha\e to the said final account, and contest the same and then and there show c»u«e r^"or^r,''f'»''''r'bationBhou!dnot be made, according to .aw, and said administrator dis charced. It is further ordered that a copy of thm order be published once each week for four suc cessive weeks in THK MADWOS DAILY I.EADBH. A legal newspaper printed and published in Lake couuty, South Dakota, and further that a cop* il In nee public places in Lake county, South Dakota, at least four week before the day of hearine. county conrt. thC C°UDtyCOart* I N- HOLDHIDGBA SON, South Dftkou. Attorm-yi* for Admijii«trator. Pisa UliHhS W1:... in Mini', s. /-,L tLSE FAH :i-tes Jr'iifu mi w Is the Basis of All Wealth is search of a Good Home in a Good Climate where ymi can raise Wheat, Oats, Barley, Corn, Flax, Potatoes,| in fact everythiner adapted to this latitude, and where you can successfully carry on Dairying & Stock Raising, and where your family will have the advantages of Good Schools, Good Church Facilities, GOING DOWN HILL. People suffering from Kidney Diseas es, feel a gradual steady loss of strength and vitality. They should trnie in trying DENTAL SURGEON, Office over Daly & Mackay bank. MADISOX, S0CTH -gf. increasing. If you are i but Guaranteed DR. P. N. PALMER, DAKOTA 1 7 L. SOPER ADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA in you lose no Foley's Kidney Preparation! For Sale bv FRANK SMIT] Cit* Meat Markel Keeps constantly oil hand s Hue oi Fresh and Cared Meats Fish, Fowl and Qaiue, o ••a»°n JOHN SCNULTZ.