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I Roy*' whoU.o»* POWDER Ibtolutely Pur# Htm i. ®OOKE_GOES IBWH-IT of tt.e First Arm ^,,1^, Kuili.'it'ks on the St. Lottie rtnient Mieves Mi log Has Mirfl.v Arrived ami Possibly Lui'Uil. Ij.-ir. under r.ro"K«'N Command tvjaoti'tl to Il«* Embarked by Wednesday In-i Will Probably Ito 00 Porto llican Soil by the Etui of the Week, WifHiXGU'S. July 26.—Major Ocu* p,. iirooke, Commanding tho First ir:v ccrp*. ha* i»ail« from NeW|ort tojjiu General Miles nt Porto .• feiieral tin burked on the 8t. and a* he wilt nut watt for the of his coinni.iml, bo shonld ar- I Porto Kico ni« time Friday v/Brdjy. The St. Lotus was uo- i JII«1 on the ran down tho coast N. Paul, on which aro tho hood t* of General H.uno*. Tho re-j tr of the tr ."j tit Chickamauga I ceniUrk'd at 1 iauiptou r-ad^as! »!. and it it exported s 'lelartof them will be aboardi 7 W-•!ui-i i:»y. r*]« ru boarding of a German i liftoff j\ui Juan, l'orto Rico, bjr a i hum an Anji rirau naval veaarl -••••fl nt the war department tu con* that o neral Miles haa Jthetv. It t.4 recalled, however, •aae of thf of tno auxiliary •-ate b-^ea blockading Son Juan, may U that it wan a launch (oo of these v. ssc-N, instead of ilili!. t". th.it wan (icon by tho la Tos#d. However, tho depart- MS 11 maimer of doubt that •'Woffp,,rti: nlco a|1(j nn Q|| K,Wor,.„:r S huv?. niI'i 0f tj,e -••HI the exj^dition aro moving ^.*witioti, there j8 0very reasou to that tho troop* wiil bo all the end nf th« woek. Colonel r, ,s cj,arKO nsjort.iti ^i arrangements hero, t- a*hiuj-ton from Fortress *ati«fied with tho tir.n m3^,, *hero »u the om- of OeiKral Erooko and com• ju.,,7 t# |KI uANs ^"'v W.—Colonel ^«whJX* of i,n fatten f'' tH)CU ,u c*mP I.- ,WlU *l FTfri here w««ks, haa ar N- Tfti, n,' imniunes ^feRim,., "rriV!Hl 's«»'lay. Hoth nMhe l0 ,ttken to J" tra,JflIort Berlin, now bhaft'"'1 t'10 ®*P*Jdttion. ls T, ry »»*iou« to have j1""'"1'1 ru4c^ 10 a" aooti «arri»on duty at San- M,u'- i B0f July 20.—1 latteries A Ny ani,%' now thf'. t" tu 1» New J'*" or,1(,r®1 to Porto n V .Bo,ao doubt about 10sw ^teriea, but !)0,a°^ui MC.l,lU(lt° *®ud th«m whoro Orto «»®y Kico! n# __ SZ*:Tr H?8Qt ,iiU wm upon lb*defenui u rr— y.5Jfl—Th« lar»d I r,"t war d«. lo Boud *tj Flt'St ^oorgta and Fifth —rKia and Fifth at Tampa, to r. y !lin K been I, it |i«tl ,'' 0f,''At:7, K'^'unnnJ,1 lO ordered "rt,, n, co ]i u y ^tt.—Ueovral wsii»,,^ ,,u^li*bed a letter to the ,'',"K«-o»i.t„nal di* n»t' ,ri,luluUcy tor re« rt tot., I 'Ui,ll,,K to hla friend* IV,i'c,,r'k'rosi mitl" ^at if |kt^S«crat U (7l, .ho wiU the do.tr hou*' at «iro8 t(Ty BH^h, DISPLAYED .KKAF1)KU(THT. Npnnlsh O.rrUon. rub* W.lcom„ th. I111101 »o Return lo ftp iln. Anl?|Tu,",|'iR u,u' J«ly ay—Colonel Angol »siUa nrrivod lioro Saturday from Cr.mor.u Paroj,,,„iiiUry trno- UM men provided for by contract. CHKKKKD OLD CILOILY. •Mnl,h •'rl«nn*r« H«lut« ih» American l»C Th»y U«*« fnr tloin*. NKW ^«KK, July L^risoners of! war rneering the flag of their captor was tho unusual tight witnessed at tho Union dock in liro- kTyn. Tho sight! Was all tho more «:gnitirant, as tho i cheers caniM from Spuuith throats. Tho 254 prisoners captured on tho Spauish pmo steanx rs uow ill «rt w r» abjut to Mill for homo under the liritish tla^. They were on ard tho iiosj»eria, of tho Anchor line, and just as she backed out of tho dock one of tho patrol gun boats camo by. With one accord the prisoners raised tbreo mighty cheer*, tho b»"»t they could do in thanking Un cle Sain for tho kindness lavished on them while they were prisonors. The Uesperia loft at 3 p. m. bound for Ital ian )K.rts. Sh" will pot the prisoners on shuro at Gibraltar MAY BE DKLL'DKD. Samnrl liuonn nf llonliin* llu Hpl* riuittlr IJXl Lire* »nnii of M»nrjr. Cliu Alio, July 2—bamuol Dunno, a catt.e dealer froru Miles City, Mon., cauie into th« Harrison street jiohco station aud a«kui to bo seut homo as ho was wifnout moui-y to buy his ticket. Dunno first c.iui« to Chicago July is, aud was robbed of four pack ages of bills, each utaluiug He told tho pohco ho was on his way to the Polk street station, j.rejaratory to making a trip to Canada when a wuui.in called h.m into a doorway and robbed him of the packages. Imme diately after reporting the los-» of the fJ.lHA). D-miio went out agaiu and 1 ot #141 in tho same manner. The next day ho did u appoar at tho po hco statiou and was not seen by ofti.-ers until Monday. Ho went to Canada from Chicago, and thero lost his trunk, and has not been ab'.o to recover it. When he came back to Chicago ou his way homo to Montana ho had f'.tu, and in an un«'xp'.a:uc I manner he parte.! company wit:i that. The jMlice fear Uunuo is Uuip"rari.y unbalanced nun tally. «RT XOTII1SU HACK. •lochholders of tile W r*p»«l Mllw«nk*« llitllrftnc Aa*o«latl(tn f«rr U«ill Mn ttMi Ki r, July W.—Tho report of linnk rxaniitu Kidd ou tho affairs of the Home r.uilding and l*tan associa tion, of which Jiilin Harvey Meyers was secretary-treasurer, shows the amount of stock liabilities to bo #157, uys. 75» lth«*r liabilities #S-I, loo. The total assets aiiKUint to l.*»l. The figures are based on tho showing of the books up to Jan. 1, smco which tinio no record of any kind appears to have boon kept. Meyors is still at his home confined to his o« through illness, no criminal proceedings having yet boon taken. Iliero will bo no returns to any onn wt had money the eon- fnlnnlrrr Sentenced for Urwiif. JA KSONVII I.K. Fla., July JT» —Pri» vato Charles T. Devtno of Company A, Fourth Illinois' regimeut, loft hero under a guard for Fort Loavenworth, Kan., having boon convicted of the larceny of IvO from a comrade. He admitted the thoft and returned tho money. Devine, who is from Tuscola, Ills., is sentenced to servo nine months at bard labor, the forfeiture of all pay and dishonorable tlisclvu*®- nm a WMIMM eMA« w raras wwom DH CREAM RAKING POWDER Awarded Highest Honors, World's I'alr Qold Med«l. Mld*» Inter Fair MADISON, SOUTH Kovurno of Ouantanamo, to ascertain from Uon cral lorul it tho roport of tho capitula !,^u ^'as Ah result of (iontral lo.al answer tho »t,00 Spmish troops at Ouantanamo on Monday surren der.* i and laid down their arms. Lieutenant Miloy, of General Khaf tor stall, has returned from Palina bona no and San Luis, whero ho re ceived the tiurrouder und arum of 3.4U6 men, of whom 3,ooi are Spanish sol diers to bodoported. At first they re fused to credit the statement that San tiago had surrenderod, but tho prenouce of a Spanish officer, who accompanied Laeutenaut Miley, convinced them, aud then they displayed great doiight at tho prospect of returning to Spain. All tho surrendered troops aro suffer ing from diseaso and starvation, and General Shaftor has instructed tho im medinto forwarding of relief. IIo has informed tho Spauinh ofllceri that their famtlio* will b«j given transportation to Spain, with food at the expense of the government, aud that the maintenance ai DAKOTA, TUESDAY, GREATCHANGE Conservatism Evidently Thrown Oferboard by the Chinese Government. Contracts and Concessions Jeing Dealt Out With Almost Lavish Hand. One of tlifc Important Ones Awarded to the Washburn* Ifrrey Syndicate. inother Is a Valuable Mining Concession to an Anglo»ItaU ian Company. NKW YORK, July 86.—The Tribune pubiishos tho following from its oorre* •[indent at Pekin, China. Iho railroad situation in China is rapidly improving. Conservatism has apparently been thrown overboard and tho government is dealing out con tracts and concessions with almost a reckless hand. Tho only completed lino in tho empire is that from Pokin to Shau liai Cuan, via Tien TMU, a dis tance ^f about 'j.'ij miles, but tho road fruin 1'okm to Hankow, known as the Lu Han railroad, because it connects with tho Pekin-Tien Tsm lino at Lu Kow bridge, is being pushed forward as rapidiy a- tho rails can be furnished by the Han Yang iron works at Han kow. Tho private lines so far author i*ed are the Hau Kuang lino, from Haukow to Canton, a valuable conces sion which has been granted to the Ani*'riraii Wushburne-Carey syndicate of Now YorK. Th«*n there is a conces sion granted to Dr. Yung Wing to pro cure foreigu capital aud build a trunk Uno from 'li-n Tsm to Shanghai. This liuo will ultimatoly be the bo-it busi ness veuturo IU China. Tne latest road authorixod is that granted to tho Hasso Chin'so bank. Tnis rad runs from Tai Yan P'u, the capital of tho rich province of Shau»i, to Chang Ting l'u, ou tho Lu Hau hue, thus connecting with the trunk line south. kliuwi hplrit of I'rofrttt, But of far more importance than th mere granting of raiiruad concessions a» (Uo\viug tho spirit of progres* awakened, is tho recent industrial con cession to tho Augio-itahau syndicate, reprosonted at l't-lciu by Chovaaor Laz latti. This, tho first industrial conces sion to bo sealed in the Tsung Li Ya men, with tho great sjal of tho foreign oflico, grants to the Anglo-Italian syndi cate exclusive rights to tho immense 0al and iron bods that exist in South ern and Central China, with the right to build rauways and cut canals to navigable rivers. A year ago, a famous Russian traveler pub lished his observations ou this particu lar field, which he charac:erized as be ing the richest in iron ami coal of all spots in the world. The article was published in Tno Kobe Chronicle of Jau. tvJMin The Pacilio coast will in a few years, if properly encourago.1, bo tho market of a v.ist trade with Cniua, and with a hold upon the Kistern world such as Manila would give, America, with Eng land, uld command the commer cial control of Chineso ports. If Hussia and Germany are allowed to pursue the exclusive and soltish pol icy of personal aggrandizement, as so tar set forth in their occupation of Port Arthur and Kiao Chou, with con trol of large p« rtions of Cluuose terri tory, to tho exclusion of other nations, American commerce must suffor. The Anglo-ltalinn syndicate has securod tho banner mining proviuoo of China as its working liold, aud proposes to use machinery and men largely from America and England. (Jthor province* aud othor concessions will follow. Moving to Iho 1'roaldlo, SAN FKAN.16CO, July 20. Active preparations for moviug tho troops at Camp Merritt to tbo Presidio will be gin at once, and in three days tho new grounds will be ready for the reception of »t least a part of them. It is tho in tention of Generals Morriam and Mil ler to move only those troops that are not soon to be assigned to transports. Thoso troops, therefore, that receive orders to change camp, may know that Uiey are destined to remain here iet •ome weeks. HnuiMwl is CraniHciar. CINCINNATI, Joly W.—The Commer cial Tribune prints a telegram from Robert Halstead in New York convey ing tho latest intelligence that his father, Mnrat Halstead, is convalescing •t Honolulu, that the ferer by whioh ho was detained there was mild and that he will shortly resume his trip to tho Philippines aud perform the dnties of hw mission to thoso islands. Iil( liny Crop THIS V»»r. CAWA.toiUK, N. Y.. Jnly 26.—A call for tiio fifth aunual meeting of the Rational Hay association to be held at Buffalo. N. Y., Aug. S, has been is •uod. Reports reeoived from tho East* em, Middle and Western states show tho tonnage of hay this year to be greater than any duriug the past 10 years aud the conditions of th* harvest crop above the average. .RI,Y SH, I89«. CUBANS PETITION. Thank tho FrnoMont For tho Co-opera tion of the American Aruir. SANTIAGO DK CUBA, July —The docuin»nt which is being circulated for signature among Cuban residents in Santiago addressdfl to tho president of '.he United States thanking him for the co-operation of the army of the United States and expressing the hope that tho American government will recognir.. Cuban sovereignty in the surrendered portion of the province of Santiago do Cuba, was drafted by Arm*, the newspaper correspondent on the staff of tho Cuban general Castillo, who drafted the alleged letter of pro tost from General Garcia to General 6haf 'or. The following is the text of the document: "The undersigned, Cubans by birth and residents of Santiago de Cuba, representing with their families the non-combatant population that suffered for many years from Spanish rule in this section of the island, wish to ex press their warmest thanks to the *peoplo of the United States for deliver ing them from the insufferable yoke of Bpan ish rule. They wish also to Kaprtt* Their Abeolnte Confidence in the good faith and humanitarian pnrpo-e* of tho United States and in the pledgo that tho terntory of Cuba is not to be conquered by tho American troops for the purpose of annexation. Web'iieve, and would urg\ that our peop.o are capable of fulfilling interna tional obligation to form a government for the island. Cuba, in tho future may ].os«ib!y become, in the course of a few years, part of the territory of the United States, thus increasing the com fort and happiness of this people, but now all desire a government of our own as a compensation for the suffering aud heroism of our army and tho definite establishment of the Cuban republic, with Cuban authorities, iu accordance with the resolutions of the United States. We hope that the present state of affairs at Santiago, where Spaniards are still the administrators of our in terests, property and fate, will be brief that the city will soon be turned over to th» Cubans, and that our army may enter, tho flag of Cuba waving tn umphautly besido the American flag as Cutau soldiers fought side by side with he Americans against the com mon ineniy." STILL DlMiUUNTLEUX Cabana Uinlrr the Work of Hectoring Order at S untiago. NEW YOKK. July 2«i. —Dispatches to The World from Santiago say: The Cuban insurgents, encouraged by the irresp ndents of a sensational New York newspaper, are retarding the v.'ork of Military Governor Wood in restoring order in the city. They are still disgruutled because tho town was not delivered ever to them. The Spaniards are accepting the chango of government in Santiago with good grace. The insurgent forces have left the American camp and gone 20 miles into tho iuterior. They have been warned, uudor tho threat of extreme penalty, n 't to molest Spanish residents or re turn to tho old system of brigaudage. There wore oJ funerals hero Saturday of refugees who died as the result of tho scarcity of food at El Caney. Santiago is still short of food. The streets are full of beggars. The house holders have been ordered to clean their houses. A big sanitary force is at work. There is a great need among tho Americans of lemons and preserved acid fruits. Tho Spanish company having the contract for the deportation Spain's surrendered troops has noti ced them by cable to bo ready to start next week. TALKED WITH GOMEZ. SfeKlalejr the Onljr Man That Haa Any thing to Nay About Matter*. JACKSONVILLE, Fla., July 26.—Lieu tenant Charles Eritot of tho Cuban army of this city, who was a member of the Cuban expedition on the steamer Florida, and who recently returned lroin Cuba, states that the Florida ex pedition was met by General Gomez, nnd that he had a personal talk with the general, iu the course of which ho said, when asked what message ho had for tho American people: "I have only to say," said General Gomez, "that the only man that ha9 anything to say in the direction of matters is Mr. Mc Kinley, and we shall do whatever he says. I have given instructions to all my forces to co-operate with tho Amer ican!. to whom we are much indebted." tuiTEST MARKET &EF0BT. Dslath Grain. DULI TH, JnlyM. WHEAT—Cash No. 1 hard, &5c No. 1 Northern. S4J NO- 3 Northern, bOo. To Arrive—N'o. 1 hard, 8jo No. 1 Northern Sl.'j September, July, 84c December. MlaaMpolU tirain. MINNEAPOLIS, July •& WHEAT—July closed at 87'TJO Sep tember, tkh£(t7V: December, On Track—No. I hard, No. 1 Northern. No. 3 Northern. 64^«.'. I'oultry, llutt^r and Kgps, Ciiu Aoo. July 25 POULTRY-Market for livo. firm. Spring chickens, lOutllo hens, 8o iluoks, turkovs. BUTTEK-Firiu. Cro.innsrie* 18*0 lT^o dairies, LOGS—Easy freah, lie, Sioux City Live S!o#l» FTIOCX CJTV fa.. Jul* aa ('HAS. B. K F.WEUY Presider. A WE Broadhead Cht«a|o Union Stock Yard*. CHICAGii. July 25. HOGS—Market a "live, ovitlOc higher. Sales nmge at for light £i.$oA4 1 lor mixed ?i.6o^i4.15 for heavy: f»r rough. CATTLE—Market active, fully 10c higher. Sales ranged at (2.40^4.70 for cows •ml heifers $3.iiO(£4.7& for Texas steers i $3.KkU (*5 for stookers and feeders $4.^i vt£5.50 for Ivvvos. SHEEP Market quiet bat steady. Sales ranged at fcl.ukj£4.S0 for natives .00,(.4.65 tor westerns |^.75i|jtj.50 for lambs. Receipts: Hogs, H2,OOJ cattle, 3,500 sheep, 10,000. Chleac1* Grain nnd Trovialona. State Bank, fladison, S. D. Hats Our Prices higher. Range of HOGS—Market 5o i e a I v 3 CA1 ILK—Ik-eves 10c higher others steady. Salea raagaJ at |l for beeves fi for cows, bulls and mixed fur stackers aud feodors $4.7 :\jryearlings au.l calves. St. Pnnl I'nion Stock Varna. SOL'TH Sr. 1'AI L. July -'5. Hi)GS Market active and strong. Ringe .« pru-o CAITLE—Uut.'hor cattle strong and i active eoiumoa dull. «les ranged nt ^4.S3 for stockers |y.jvjvii3.tfO for cows &110>4a.U) for heif ers: fo. loafio for steers. sllKEl'—Good sheep aud lambs strong Comm u steady. Muttons, .?.Vii4.40 lambs, (4.00.25.50. Receipts: Hogs, llX) cattle, 300 sheep, mi calves, Ai. ______ CHU ACO, July SFC CLOSING RILU'ES. WHEAT July. 74': August tVS^o September. 6?%c December, 07^o, May, FT»V. CORN—Julv, 34?4'e: September, 35^ tiiV Deoember. JsC May, 38c. iiA JS julv, 247-C: StVitomhttf. Femier'N l^ywpepnla Curt," HH the nuuie implies, is simply for Dys pepoia or Indigestion. It should be su perior to the general run of preparations and prescriptions because prepared by a physician of many years' study end ex perienoe, whose writings on medioal questions are acoepted as authorities. If not satisfied after using one bottle, yonr money will be refunded by Frank §mith of Madison. PRICE FIVE CENTS. (iEX'FKAL HANKING UCSIXKSS TRANSACTED Fa rm Lo&ns L.o\A/?st "^•RATES'#*-' Shoes J. H. WILLIAMSON Vice President. THE HADISON are especially well stock ed up on NEW SPRING GOODS. and Staple lines in Drees Goods in th« v.-ry lat' -t styles and shades. r-i tilt- very latest quality and latest -Tyleft, for Ladies, Gents and Children Spring aiul Summer styles, of the very 1 and *n vnriotv. n i o i n o -u e a e a n i s e i full and complete, the Grocery Depart ment especially new r.nd froh. to ^nit the times. ur reputation for low prices and good goods being thor oudilv established. J. A. Johnson. |OW are the chil dren thissummer? Are thev doing well? t)o they all the benefit thev should from their food Are their cheeks and lips of good color? And are they hearty and robu*r in every way If not, then give them Scott's Emulsion of cod liver oil with hypo phosphites. It never fails to build up delicate boys and girls. It gives them more flesh and better blood. It is just so with the baby also. A little Scott's Emulsion, three or four times a day, will make baby plump and prosperous* It urnishes the 'young body with just the material necessary for growing bones and nerves. All Druggists, roc. and ft. SCOTT A NOWNE, Chemists, N V MADE ME A MAN AJAX TAIU CTS POSITIVELY CL KE .1 £1. pfrti.a IhW.o •*—F MP®' orFalmrouvu S-o«»i cvns*d -Uu ,r oiher vA 1..4U creti^n*. QM Vi,/ iMitrly I o iifUit iu or j\vu,w *n3 tit ruAu fvr»»tutiy% tr: ia^»sA or iratr .-w.M'revf-Rf Insar ity a: .! Oon«r.ir.^ti' in time, Tiit rp*« ho«r* ana effectn a di: w]iet» h'.I cr* inion h^Tli'fc tho (firjuii* AJRX iiijrecur^,ithr-. itify writ%»n K^uMut^ to cmv Ci flTf^ **ch OM» or r^fuu: iho run.^y i via* W vl«( or lis pk|M tull trf*nti:.*w, iff' 9 if i'TtpT &1* 'IHTY r.*i* i.riiv». "SlJ nail, in plain «raiiiHr. n n r». ir-nlar AJAX REMEDY CO„ 'vxr^ tree fsr Ml«* la •adalan, by \T. V. KM ITU. Ilrsmat.