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NOT DREYFUS Italian Ambassador Sheds More Light Upon the Noted Bordereau. Dreyfus Was Not the Man From Whom It Was Obtained, Nor Did the Italian Secret In formation Bureau Ever Deft! With liim. lerinan Military Attache Attrib utes the Document to Count Esterhazy. PARIS, April 14.—The Elair publishes the deposition made by M. Trarieux, the termer minister of justice in the Ribot cabinet, before the court of cassa tion, in its inquiry into the Dreyfus i-ase. M. Trarieux said that Count Torneili Bruzati di Yergano. the Italian ambassador to France, declared to him in March. 1898. that the Italian secret information bureau never had any rela tions with Dreyfus, and that the publi cation of the bordereau and the docu ments containing the words "cette canaille de revealed to the Ital ian and German attaches that Dreyfus was the victim of an error and that the bordereau was communicated by another officer. Colonel Schwartzkoppen. the former military attache of the German em bassy at Paris, wrote to Colonel Paniz zardi, the Italian military attache at Paris, that he was not acquainted with Dreyfus and attributed the bordereau to Major Count Esterhazy. The Italian ambassador said Ester hazy went to Colonel ivhwartzkoppen in October. 1N9?. and asked for protec tion. and. on this beini refused, he threatened to commit suicide. The Italian ambassador added that the document containing the words "cette canaille de referred to a civilian who had furnished Colonel Schwartzkoppen with plans and maps. The latter was known to the foreign at taches uiub'r tlie name of ••Dubois." Finally, the Italian minister said he was convinced, after interviews with M. Hanotaux, the then minister of foreign affairs, that the communication of Lieutenant Colonel Henry's furgerv iii the Zola trial was made without the knowledge of the government. He also said that Esterhazy had relations solely with Colonel hchwartzkoppen, who communicated to Colonel Panizzardi the documents which were interesting to Italy. GETS A TEA INSPECTOR. St. Paul Wins Out in Its Fight With Eastern Interests. WASHINGTON. April 14.—Assistant Secretary fcjpaulding has decided to ap point a government tea examiner at St. Paul, Minn. This decision was reached some time ago, but the matter was held up at the solicitation of a large number of tea importers at New York, Boston and other large Eastern ports, who pro tested against the appointment of an ex pert at St. Paul, on the principal ground that uniformity in the examinations would be destroyed by further increas ing the number of experts. !Ko Race Meet Memorial Day. NEW YORK, April 14.—By a vote of 10 to 0, the Associated Cycling Clubs of New York decided at a special meeting not to promote a race meet on Memorial Day. During the meeting it was de clared that the offer to guarantee the assjciation from liability in a race meet had come from President Keenan of the L. A. W. The speeches at the meeting were all hostile to the L. A. W. Great Northern Refuses Freight. BUTTE, Mon.. April 14.—The latest developments in the Boston and Mon tana receivership is the refusal of the Great Northern railway to carry inatte for the receivers. Five cars loaded with matte were tendered the road at Great Falls during the day. They were refused. Suit will be started to compel the Great Northern to carry the matte. Many Prospectors Destitute. SEATTI.K, Wash., April 14.—Prospect ors who arrived during the day from Alaska bring news that there are at least 4 prospectors on the Edmonton irail between Dese lake and Hudsons Bay post on the Lizard river most of whom are in destitute circumstances. These men have been working along the trail for over a year. Business Purely Technical. DBTKOIT, Mich., April 14.—One hw» dred and forty prominent railway men, who have charge of the operating de partments of most of the leading rail roads of the continent, assembled in the Hotel Cadillac at the meeting of the American Railway association. The business of the meeting is purely tech nical. Descendant of Royalty. BUTTERNUT, Wis., April 14.—Miebael von Strohmeyer, born in Austria, de scended of royal blood, died here aged ?6. The deceased at one time owned a large estate in his native land but lost it. He died a bachelor and in appar ently destitute circumstances. Hobart la Better. WASHINGTON, April 14.—At the resi dence of Vice President Hobart it was said that Mr. Hobart had passed a com fortable night and was much better. Charles Dudley Warner Improve*. NEW ORLEANS, April 14.—The physi cian* attending Charles Dudley War tier announce his condition as much improved. MUST PAY BACK INTEREST. State Auditor Dunn Will Have a Clear* itnce Sale of State Lands. ST. PAUL, April 14.—State Auditor Dunn will take immediate steps to col lect the $600.00(1 due the state for in terest on state land certificates which have been delinquent upon the state land records for a number of years. Notices were sent to the county auditors in the First. Second. Third, Fourth and Fifth congressional districts, where the interest has been the longest past due, calling their'attention to the fact, and announcing that a circular containing a description of every tract of state land upon which there was a year or more overdue interest account would be sold to the highest bidder before the first of June. The date for the sales will be ar ranged within the next ten days and a sale scheduled for every county seat in the live congressional districts. As soon as the first five congressional districts are taken care of Mr. Dunn in tends to apply the same policy to the northern part of the state. There will le less hardship entailed in this section owing to the fact that the interest on a greater number of certificates is less than five years and in many cases but one or two years in arrears. Watch Case Trust. NEW- YORK, April 14.—The Tribune says: It is learned that a new trust, which will embrace nearly all the big watch case and watch movement man ufactories in this country will soon be organized. Elliott Burris is the pro moter of the proposed trust. The pro posed organization will have a capital of not less than $20,000,000, and it may reach $3U,000.U00. BRIEF BITS OF NEWS. Congressman Laird of Louisiana is very ill. Smallpox has again broken out in Southwestern Iowa. The Wisconsin assembly has passed a bill increasing the taxes on railroads. H. Cochens of Wisconsin has broken the inter-collegiate test strength record. The British steamer Monona, which sailed from Sydney Wednesday for San Francisco, carried £150,000 gold. The project of consolidating city and county governments in Chicago has been killed in the Illinois legislature. Dr. Minton Warner, professor of Latin at Johns Hopkins university, has ac cepted the Latin professorship at Har vard. Captain Nathaniel W. Parker, the oldest riverman and pilot in the West, died at the residence of his daughter in St. Louis, aged 91 years. The war department has decided to make four departments of the island of Cuba. Heretofore seven different prov inces have been departments. The directors of the Northern Pacific Railway company have declared the regular quarterly dividend of 1 per cent on the preferred stock but nothing on the common shares. A comparative statement of the gross postal receipts at 50 of the largest post offices for March, 1*99, as against the same month of the preceding year, shows that the total receipts were $4,119,040, an increase of $32^,795, or S.5 per cent. v LATE MARKET REPORT. Duluth Grain. DI:LUT«, April 13. WHEAT—No. 1 hard, Toe No. 1 Northern, 7^c No. a Northern, C8}-ic No. 3, toe. To Arrive—No. 1 hard, 75c No. 1 Northern, 72c. On Track—No. 1 hard, 75c: No. 1 Northern, 7:2c May, 73c July, 744C. Minneapolis Grain. MINNEAPOLIS, April 13. WHEAT—April closed, No. 1 Northern, TSJHc May, 71" July. 73c Septemer, 70JoC. On 'i Northern, 7. o. 1 hard, 73 ^c No. 1 i Northern, 70j£c. Sioux City Live Stock. SIOUX CITY, April 13, HOGS— Market weak. Range of prices 0, CATTLE—Market active stockors strong to 10c higher than Monday. Sales ranged at |4.U0 for beeves 12.00(34.00 for cows, bulla and mixed 13.50(44.60 for stockers and feeders $3.75 (5,5 15 for calves and yearlings. Receipts: Hogs, 500 cattle, GOO. St. Paul Union Stock Yards. SOUTH ST. PAUL, April 13, HOGS—Market 5c lower. Range of prices, |M.email@example.com. CATTLE—Good demand for all good butcher cattle. Sales ranged at $firstname.lastname@example.org for stockers 14.35(^.4.50 for steers $3.60(^3 70 for heif ers £.5043.25 for bulls I3.00&3.85 for cows. SHEEP—Good demand for good shoep and lambs. Sales ranged at 93.79LAV ewes $3.60® I.00 for sheep. Receipts: Cattle200 sheeft 10 calves, 3) hogs, 800. Chicago Union Stock Yards. CHICAGO, April 18, HOGS—Market weak to 5c lower. Sales ranged at $email@example.com}£ for mixed and butchers $3.75(^3.87}^ for good heavy 13.60^3.65 for rough heavy t&60 for light. CATTLE—Market steady. Sales ranged at #firstname.lastname@example.org far beeves II.75(44.90 for cows and heifers $3.75(9 4.85 for Texas steers $3.50®j. 15 for stockers and feeders. SHEEP—Market firm. Sales ranged at $email@example.com fa* sheep $4.15fe5.90 for lambs. Receipts: Hogs, 25,000 cattle, 6,500 sheep, 10,000. Chicago Grain and Provision. CHICAGO, ApittUL CLOSING PRICES. WHEAT—May, 7*%c July, 74&®74Ko September, 73^c. CORN—April, 34%c May, 85^c July, 35%(&30c September, 36^c. OATS—April, SJ6%SSJ6^May, 86#@27cj July, 25c September, 23%c. PORK—April, $8.»5 May,$£.0*X July. $9 15. POULTRY—Dressed, turkeys, ll®13c ducks, 10@llc chickens, lOo. iiUTTER—CreawerisgL dalr ies, ll^«fl7^c. EGGS—Freeh, 18^0. Certificate of Nomination. This is to certify that pursuant to the provis ions of chapter :T, laws of 1891, and acts amemlft tory thereof, thefol lowing nomination* for one city justice to All vacancy, and one alderman from each of the fonr warrts of the city of Mtui lwn, S. D., to be voted for at the annual election to be held Tuesday, April 18, 1899, have been duly certified to this office by the president amt secretary of the different couveutioaa. to wit: For City 11101106— William McGratb, lawyer, Citizens' Good Gov ernment. A. P. llarling, machinist, Non-Partisan. Alderman, First ward— William M. Downs, Citizens' Good Government. John Mnneon, photographer, Nou-Partlsan. Alderman, Second ward— Jae«.h Kumlert, hardware merchant, CltUen-' Good Government. Glenn M, barley, editor, Non-Partisan. Al lerniaii, Third ward— Patrick Tieruey, blacksmith, Non-Partisan. Charlen A. Bergstres-r, real estate dealer, Non- Partisan. Alderman, Fonrth ward John J. Dahl, shoemaker, Citiaeas* Good Gov eminent. Adoiph G. Schmidt, real estate dealer. Non partisan. Dated this 14th day of April, 18»9. HA8, City Auditor ADAMS CASE AGAIN* Sensational Developments In the Noto rious Now York I nlsoiilng Affair. NEW YORK, April 14.—Au attempt to remove Nicholas Heckman, a witness in the Molineaux case, from the jurisdic tion of the state has been frustrated by the authorities here. Incidentally, a daring conspiracy was discovered and A. S. Colyar. a lawyer of Nashville, Tenn., one of the principals in the effort to extradite Heckman, is a prisoner at police headquarters. He is charged with conspiring to have Heckman ex tradited to defeat the ends of justice in the prosecution of Roland B. Molineaux. Heckman is the man who testified that Molineaux had rented a letter box from him under the name of Barnet some time before the Foieonlng of Mrs. Kate J. AdtaM, 80me days ago the authorities here were informed that requisition papers would soon be sent here for the extradi tion of Heckman, who, it was asserted, was P. E. Raymond, alias William-, alias Heckman, an escaped convict from the Tennessee penitentiary. A woman, known as Blanche E. Gra ham and whose real name is said to 1 Ida Cole, is alleged to have conspired with Lawyer Colyar for the extradition of Heckman. It is said she was coaclu 1 to swear that she knew Heckman and that he was the same man who had been sentenced under the name of Ray mond by Judge Anderson of Tenners* to serve Tea Years In the Penitentiary of that state. The case had progressed so far that Lawyer Colyar and Poli» Captain Casten of Nashville had com-' to New York to take Heckman with them. The papers had already passed through the hands of both Governor Roosevelt and Governor McMillin 1 Tennessee, both of whom had been de ceived by perjured statements. Barlow S. Weeks, counsel for Roland B. Molineaux. issued a statement witi: reference to his connection with tli He ckman case. In his statement Mr. Weeks says that Colyar deceived-him. representing that Heckman was a fugi tive criminal whom he could positively identify. GETS ANOTHER CHANCE. Indictment Against Roland Molineaux UiiiuiMed. WATF.KTOWX. X. Y.. April 14.—Jus tice Williams has handed down his de cision in the motion made to discharge the indictment against Roland Moli neaux, charged with sending poison to Harry Cornish which caused the death of Mrs. Adams last December. Justice Williams dismisses the indictment 011 the ground that other than legal evi dence was received and considered by the grand jury and directing that the case be resubmitted to the grand jury now sitting or to the next grand jury that shall sit in New York. Cuban Railroad Strike KnUs. HAVANA, April i j.—The strike on the United railroads has been ended by the order of the military administration that trains should be manned by second and third class engineers in order to carry mails and government stores. The strikers surrendered without conditions and trains are now running on schedule time. file Weak Spot. When a boiler explodes carry ing death and destruction with it, every body says "Why: we thought it was strong enough: It must have bad weak spot somewhere I" When a man who has the out ward appearance of being sound and strong sudden ly falls a prey to disease, his friends exclaim: "why we thought he was all right: He must have had a weak spot somewhere." The fact is, almost everybody has a weak spot somewhere. Death and dis ease are always looking for weak spots. If your stomach or your liver won *t do its proper work, if your body fails to get Its full nourishment from the food you eat, and your brain loses part of the sleep it ought to have, no matter how big vour frame and muscular your limbs may be, you will give out disease will find the weak spot, and nature will give way. I wish to say to the world that Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery has proved a great blestiing to me as I firmly believe I should be in a very bad atate now if I had not taken it writes Mrs. Ellen E. Bacon, of Shutesbury, Franklin Co., Mass., in a courteous communication to Dr. R. v. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y. Prior to September 1897,1 had doctored for my stomach trouble for several years, going through a coarse of treatment without any real benefit. In Sep tember 1896, I had very sick spells and crew worse could eat but little. I cummcncM in September 1897, to take Dr. Pierce's medicine and in a short time I could eat and work. I have gained twenty pounds in two mouths." This glorious "Discovery" gives the stomach and liver power to do their ural work regularly and completely. It makes healthy blood and steady nerves. It builds up the weak spots sound and strong. It is the only medicine that can IK* relied upon to accomplish promptly and thoroughly. Constipation is nine time* in ten the ning and one of the first symptoms of danacraus diseases. When this tendency is present Dr. •hou,a used in con junction with the 'Diacovcty." LAND I Correspondence Oe w 4i_ o 4 .i3vra, i 'r. in. !i |l iPBiiiiiiimiiiM Heal Estatot 1 ^BuniOHijniiitiiiiitaiKunitiaffHBBVRMMiniBitttttisiiinBHT^c NERVITA Cures Impotency, Night Emissions anc wasting diseases, all effects of self abuse, or for 9«SO with a written guaran tee to cure or refiind tbe money NERVITA MEDICAL CO. Clinton A Jackson 8ts* CHICAGO, ILL F«r»aie by COOK AIODKE :n»dlaoa, M. DON-T BE FOOLED @ROCKYDMon ii it 1he market Is bHnj? fl. i with worthiest Idiitatlon* MOUNTAIN E A To protcct public W EN attention to o*. 'ru, mark, prtnUd Demand and tile demand for Lake County farms is increasing. y,u search of a Good Home in a Good Climati whereSyou can raise Wheat, Oats, Barley, Corn, Flax, Potatct in fact everything adapted to this latitude, and where you can successfully carry on Dairying & Stock Raising Ichas. B. Kenned} Is the Basis of A!! jtf, ealt and where your family will have the advantages of. Good Society, Good Schools, Good Church Facilitiei 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 you will pay out in rental, where you are, in three years, and will give you easy terms of payment. If you want a good location in Madison I have such for you. A large nui ber of substantial buildings have been built in iladison the past sea nn and the city is steadily growing in population. MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. When looking for first •class ?Meats, Fish, £Fowl or Game call on OSCAR KOKHLER, the new proprietor of the CENTRAL MEAT MARKET. The very best m.-nts, fresh and cured, always in stock. Prompt and courteous attention to the wants of customers. OSCAR XOEHLER. Notice of City Elertiou Be it re»olvc(l»y thi'Citv ronnril of theritvof Maillnoi., .s. II., that notice in h. r.t.y J"!.' r|ty of Madl place* I*0 VITALITY LOST VIGOR AND MANHOOD excess and India cretion. A nerve tonic and blood builder. Brings k Ct'" JSS the pink glow to pale cheeks anc restores the fire of youth -By mailftOcper box 6 boxc 'iv,„,Ut Hectlon will l„. |,t.|(j y *1 ou,S H..onTue»daj, April l" the election of the following officer*, t» Jlt*^ One alderman from Firm ward One alderman Irotn Second WHM! One alderman from Third ward. One alderman from Fourth ward One tyju.t.ee of the peace to nil vacancy Alxolhe queotiot, will he •iihmitt.rf T» .k tbo followlq* W"d-K«'thwe.t Third "ward—J' itr Jury room court cU' b*"- street. Koehler building, Main Fourth ward—Office in Koehler'aiiwr. h.rn Atteat. VVM. RAK, A!^dlurDANI,tL8, Annual School Election. ofMa1dtr„°,VKedI*/c.,tyof «r w"V'£eKhVld One achooi treasurer. n.T.TrS"'" ta"a •W.lo. from ,h. 01 KoVml,",." 01 w Tly,p,|".,p|«.,.l,„| Th7,'Sir.V- every pncl a. Tb'rt S"" ''"b• "Induction ,h. bo"d til. ,h bo"?' —'O-Nortb.-, (o||owiD([ ttK ,m J'ii"1!! MD[t 1 vt™ 'boiidim n •iM.i Killer,, «. a.i. 4*t«ti WM.RA*,X,d*to^"ttM'Mw fife Patronize V( The Madison Steam Lv-I dry, a home institution. I'1 do better work thnn yc i obtain from the outside !&'• dries, perfectly respoi convenient for the c»t laundry can be delivered time desired, any vonip'^ satisfactorily adjusted, R'J everything can he made u'.ol satisfactory because deal rectly with the propaietor, besides it is a home institute o. T. FULLER, CITY MEAT tPropri»'t,,r I MARK! JOHN SOHULTZ Proj irnl Keep constantly on M#,°r 1 line of Fresh Fish, fowl and Game inp,,fl0 Egan avenue i Aedt"