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^PLISBEDISVO^
goYAL
W*
Arthur
ABSOwmytHiRE
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome.
torn iwwuxtn co.. m» touk.
|R BOYCOTTING
st Arrest For Violation of the
Statutory KijrlitsUwat
Cleveland.
Aflnrtt* That lb
UiJi? en ili»' Biit 'oiisot
idated Cars.
Lapo Contractors Threaten to
lockout All Their Union
Employe*
irvri*M'. Ao*-
barber, was the first man to
^,,'1 uuder arrest fur taking |mrt
kjVt fft'tt. The warrant, which
violation the statutory right*
morn out by Patrolman
vstioallt-f!. that tho barber re
-havf h:in because he had rid
.c!K'i''ttftt»'l can. The cane
niafd to Aug. 9. WMto U
..- .el
l. Arthur of the Brother
^motive Engineers hiu been
It th»« strikers for riding on
n,h lated car* disregard of
tt. Wiien a»ked if palrutt*
BJJ: Consolidated
cart
Adatiu
Chief
IK*
AIOWIIIM.
I do. 1 nde on them
Mid whenever I have occasion
|\V Jn you do it':" he wan aslced.
TV
WJI»
th«- reply. "do you •uj»
,:n to walk three mile*
when the cart paas my
cwiirse I aui not. This agita
tbe Ivycott are utterly rulicu
the tinker* have gone alto
far."
*vct«M of police say that ofti-
I* ui*tracted to arrest n
:-fe of h*4ird'rly conduct a'.i
'hi. annoy passengers of the
-.hiiaU'ii ran by calling name*
IBg theln Hi their home* to a
her- they li\e and wlm they
Itir|*oM of bringing them
UjCott.
|AMIS ISlMi DYNAMITE,
imU« l'*rilitllr Wr««k*4 but
No On* Injured.
AM*.
At *:. V Tin* withdrawal
I "''lnpaiiies of troops has IKH'H
by .n. tlu dyuauuting out
fortunately notody wan hurt.
1
lossou ici urr«-d tindei a Jen
nue CUT *«n which there were
ujWv Millodted the flange
the \vhe«l«and splintered the
beanl at the nde. The jwissen
iailly frightened, but none
and th-. »r j»r- needed ..11
II
the end of the rtm.
BAKING
POWDER
fcKieement, it ih «ai,i.
crease of wages.
tliMl.* C.
t.f
FKillT IN SIOHT.
"Mrw,'M lhr»«t«n to
Hirlr Organ «e«t Kmpluf
A
-As a reMiit of the
'•"nke the build mg
tn** «nty may be locked
'u"l ir.vi|,tutij tlie
tw.» u ,iw
,.Vfr known. It
1* t° the death between
'hK Trale» Council
out.
greatest
e employe* and em-
and the
Contractor*
AhM« iutiun of
'•f thj.e operating in all the
t»uudii y tra.1,-h. The subject
•.
C(
,ih^''rH,bii
even prior to
naker,' Mrike. ln,t
bi,u.e
that
rii».lv,.,j ,„l)rw j,erjOU(|
con.
MU'h
an extent that
-iK the meinbers
I'
ll
to .-oiiHider the ad-
'iin lockout.
u'",,1,*l,,,l,"l,g
that th«
[IhMltHl v off ho«
ass, Maaona and
*\7UuU
If
{,tt
mon. OWir,.SHiV(4
than its predec^.r. and fpeeial di^r.
I Infliction hiiH tM-cn rented bv certain
proviaions in home „f ,jH. pn-wnt agree,
uient* i-reKcnbuiK what Bl.all constitute
a day a work. It

declared that in
many iiwtanceH work which can
done an hour i* made to e. nMitute i
davH work. With this d.-creaae iu
work it claimed there haa
btvu
an in-
NON-LMON MR!I CfT IT.
Tmblt Our Laylag of ComontoM
Cklw(»1 r*4«ral Hmlftinc.
IIIRAUO,
Aug. Complicationii
have an
ten in connection with the lav
ing of the cornerstone of the new fed
eral building which may interfere with
the arrangement* if they do not u]*et
them entirely. Th* oflWr* of the Chi
cago Stone Cutter*' union nay there will
be 110 romerotoue laying unless Presi
dent Mc Kin lev or some other visiting
ofli la 1 takes off hia oat. lifts the stone
into }«itiuu hininelf. smears the mor
tar which is to set it. true* it up and
leaves it ae it in to stand aa long as the
hu:M ng lasts.
Tii we complications have arisen be
cause the nuiou has Iteen unable to
teai-h an agreement with Contractor
John 1'ierce, who is cnttiug the stone.
I nion uien say the rornerntone of the
federal building will be the product of
non-union lutH.r and that no union ouau
v.
ill put a hand to ll.
INSL RRK(T10S BREAKS OUT.
t*wi«lMUi Mevvlutiuawte la MM fi*t« la
lorn*.
CAIT. HAM-IKS. Hati, Aug •*».—An
ariiu*tl inMirrei tion ban broken out at
I-a Vega, a town 7* miles northwest of
Santo Itomingo. in favor of Jimiuez.
who anpireK to the presidency iu sticce*.
•ion to the late Ire«ident lleureaux.
Later advn-e» from the Dominican
republic indii ate that the revolution is
growing in Ktrength. At Santiago d«
la Criit .KK) well armetl men have rih^n
under the command of (teueral Kauion
Pacheco and iem ral I'. Reyes, who is
very influential in this district, has
joined the insurgents, with several
other general*, each commanding fairly
important forces.
IITIMM
at Kut« llmslai*.
WASMINOT«\. Aug.
V—The
iruiser
New Orleans ha* arrived at Santo
Iiomiiigo City, where she was sent to
protect American interests in case of an
outbreak.
U0MK8T1C DEMAND HEAVY.
Iron *t»«l Mannfacl ur»n Compelled
to Kflur OrJ»rt.
PiTTvwt u«*. Aug. "»—The falling off
of exjM.rts of iron and steel for June,
1MW, forms a remarkable chapter in
our commercial history. sav» The
American Manufacturer and Iron
World. The hole reason aligned is
that the domestic demand was too great
ami material could not W spared for
foreign shipment. Many good orders
have been turned down by manufac
turers for exj*rt. but a large percentage
rders for future delivery will be
taken care of.
DUE
TO SPECULATION.
ttorlta hipcr I a I'anle l»
Ih* i»-rii»aB Mow»jr
l$i Hi IV. Auk'. The
tho
government
iorities
"trike i,
ft weekan»o.
•naii** *h%%
llt*
7 Guilder* With th«
U win uuo The «m
'iv*11 Mit in
"}ranrt,Hod.
i
lhoy
'p '^hire.
Klt
by
**y
Work
ti"n1,8
on.ffinin
th«pro-
con,-.. "n
the
unu.iis
P*rt of the
'.m/
JrB
!n
aotiotia
i,iU, ,|
ll*lei
^h the bnilil-
Kn-i"'0,n, I)rnr,teaUy
11
succeeding yoar'a
WKINDS OT SHOES-We
si
•J2&,
Deutsche
Tasec
Zcitung j.ublishes a sensational article
pnxlictiiig a great panic in the German
money market. The i«»ler said that
during the last six months 1.5!M.uw».0wi
marks of new share* were issued of
which
marks
sei-urities, which.
were industrial
It
is added, exceeds
the whole issue of 1W«- A mans of evi
deuce is quoted to prove the existence
of unsound siecul.itioii.
gmjr rraMrliroan
\VASHIM»T«»*. Aug. .V—Recent itif r
mation ivceivetl here is to th« effect
that the
Franc-American
treaty is
a rather precarious condition owing to
the opjHsitii»n developed among^ the
French ftgncultural elements. }N,1iie
indications are that the 1-rem li
111.1-
will le able to secure
if au issue
is made in the treaty,
the mioxpwted violence of the ''Posi
tion gives cause for much solicitude
among thoee instrumental in bringing
about the
arrangement.
Tsrk Mat* CwwiH*
WHITKHAI.L. N. Y.. Aug. 5.~Tlie
York commerce commission apjH»inted
brthe legislature to investigate the
commerce of New York state and re
port aw to its means of revival, has con
vlmed liere. Testimony of a numl»er of
pnnuineiit forwanlers and others inter
_...i .:HUal transportation
wUxl in lake end
VK«
taken
MUmn Bailn
MADISOS, SOUTH
STEAMER IS SAFE
Crescent City, Supposed Lost in
Tuesday's Storm, Was Up the
Cliattahooche.
Dfcmajre to Sfifppino- and Other
Property Was Wn Great,
However.
Big Hotel at Lanark, Filled With
Pleasure Seekers, Was
Unroofed.
TAI.I.AHASSKK,
A special train has left this city over
the Tallahassee, CarraKdle and (iulf
railroad for Carralelle. carrying the
officials of the road and a wrecking
crew.
Telegraphic communication with the
c«tast has not yet leen re-established,
but the extent of the storm and lo«»s ot
life will probably t*.* known when the
train returns from Carru!»eUe.
Citizens of Caratalle are 111 a state of
wild confusion and are flocking in every
direction for relief. The town is iso
lated and the wires are still down. The
towns of Mclntyr- and Curtic Mill are
completely destroyed. The coast re
sorts. Teresa and Lanark, are more se
riously wrecked than at tir»t rejtorted
and visitors have suffered great haid
tdnps. though no loss of life is y
known.
Fifteen men, said to
tion
Violent Storm IB Virginia.
Hi' HMONI', Ya.. Aug. —A storm i
almost v»ni'r»'ceb-nted violence swi
t«vtr Westmoreland, Stafford and K'.i
iieorge counties during the nigl."
(Yopti were damaged, trees blovi
down, several huts destroyed and liors-
and
cattle killed by lightning. No ii-
taiis are available as yet and no loss ot
human life is reported.
•ratal Colorado Cloudburst.
DKNVLK. Aug. 5.—News has jus:
been received here of a cloudburst 1:
the canon near Morrison, Colo., by
which several lives were lost.
FLOOD AT PULSION*.
Raaalta of tha storm Tlift# Wurw Thau
Anticipated.
1'KKSTON,
DAKOTA, SATURDAY,
Fla., Aug. 4.—The
first intelligence concerning the steamer
rewent City, which was reported lost
i" Tuesday s Htorm, has been received
here. The steamer is safe up the Chat
taho*x"hee rivar where h»«r captain ran
her for safety.
Uuly four houses reiua'n in the to^n
of arrabelle. The dejnjt. naval stores,
warehouse and mills and in fact all
business houses w»*re completely
wrecked and their stacks destroyed.
Thirteen large vessels loading at Carra
1 »elle for foreign and domestic |orts are
ashore. No lives were lost there except
the one already reported. The vaiious
rumors of liven supposed to have been
lost otill lack verification. The town
of Lanark was almost wholly destroyed.
1
he big hotel tilled with summer pleas
ure Keeker* was unroofej. The gas
plant iu the hotel was destroyed and 50
women and children huddled together
in The ladieH parlor in total darkness
all night.
have
PKNSIACOLA,
Injen se«
fishing on an islet called Dog islan :.
just Wforv the storm broke, cannot i»
fotiud.
Fla.. Aug. Great ui
dasinese ih felt in i'ensacola by owner
of fishing smacks over the fact that n 1
new* whatever can l»« obtaine»l from
them. Thew lx»ats were quite am a/,
and carried crews of from to l"». T1
jiilot steamer Sunners N. Smith ha?
gone to Apalachicola to ascertain ti*•
extent of the storm there. A subscrip­
for the destitute in the wrecked
towns
IS
lieing raised here. SMI
the veawls re|»orted ashore are said 1
IK* -.'IK) yards inland, indicating the
great force of the blow.
Minn.. Aug. The results
of the floi'd here are much worse than
anticipated. The narrow gauge^ is
washed out completely for several miles.
It did not leave a trace of the roadl»ed
even. It will be 11 week or more before
trains can run out from Preston. The
mail and express lett here by team to
Hutton in charge of Postal Clerk aud
Expressman Clark. The damage done
l»v the flood is very great, some placing
it as high as
CAPTAIN POLLOCK SHOT.
IIUwankM Soldier*' Horn* OHIolal ftah
ably Fatally Injured.
MH.WAIKKK, Aug. 5. —David Ander
son shot and fatally wounded Captain
Thomas L. Pollock ami seriously in
jured Michael Mulleu at the soldiers'
home. The shooting occurred while
Captain Pollock was attempting to ar
rest Anderson. Mullen was assisting iu
the arrest. All are inmates of the home.
will Take Poaaaaslon Jan. 1.
DIES MOINKK, Aug. 5.—It is announced
the Chicago, Milwaukee and St.
tlmt
can supply your
WANTS
1,1
in this Une
fj&T 00
AUGUST 5,
1899.
v?"v
r\0N'T
6SHTAIL0R MADE
ALSO
ni
A
a LADIES AND p|
Paul, which recently t.or.ght the Mason
City and Fort Podge. 1X» miles long,
will take ptsBeeirii. n of the road dan. 1.
A short extension will be made from
Lehigh which will give the St. Paul
road direct lines oetweeii Omaha and
tt. Paul and Des Moihes and St. Paul.
Opposed to the sugar Tax.
RKICHLNBEKM, Bohemia, Aug. 5.—
Stre?t demonstrations have been in
progress here during the last two days
against the raising the sugar tax.
Gendarmes charged a crowd with fixed
bayonets and one citizen was aavetely
wounded.
Traor Mill Borned.
TK.U
Y.
Minn.. Aug. ."'.—The Tracy
roller mills bur: ei] !.• the ground be
tween and o'clock a. m. Rain un
doubtedly saved other buildings near
the mill.
taaaaaaaai
ailing
leaves
Ove
warning
of winter
So the filling of the hair tells
of the approach of £ge and
declining power.
No matter how barren the tree
nor how leafless it may seem,
you confidently expect leave#
•gain. Ar.d why?
Because there is life et the
roots.
So you need not worn' about
the falling of ycur hair, the
threatened departure of youth
n e a u y A n v v
Because if there is a spark of
life remaining in tte roots of
the bair
AVER'S
HAIR
VIGOR
will arouse it into healthy activ
liy. The hair ceases to come
out: It begins to grow: and the
glory of your youth is restored
to you.
we have book on the Hair
and its Diseases. It is free.
IktfMf
Advktm
fret.
It you do i« obtain all the benefit*
yon exported from «»e ot the l*«,
writ* the il^ti about it. 1 rotobly
ttere la »otr.e
«T
fruity with
LIIJ. J. FITZGKRALDIIJ
you be the last person in the
world to find out where THE BE5T
S are to be found. J. J. Fitzgerald has just re
Z ceived from New York a beautiful assorment of all
the very latest Styles and Shapes.
FINE LINE OF-—^
^o7
TOUT
irrn-
oral »y*t«m wiilch may be aaally
remored. Aildo
D8. J. C. AS EH. LowtQ. MM.
A
SHOES FOR SERVICE,
SHOES FOR EASE,
SHOES FOR NEATNESS,
A full line of Oxfords for ladiea and children. Tours tor shoes,
J. J. DAHL& OO.
Suits For Ladies
TYDO JP„
A
CHILDRENS (jAiilO &
Shrewd Buyers should inspect them.
We marked them low to sell them quick.
J. J. Fitzgerald.
[GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
I'lll. B. Kt5KtDT
Presiden
THE HADIS0N
State Bank,
riadisoft, S. D.
A GENERAL BASKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Farm Loans a-t Lowest
^•RATES^-
PRICE FIVE OEMS.
Daily Problem
Solvod
it's discouraging work to fill tlie lunch bag day
lftcr day. It's uninviting to open the lunch bag
and find the eternal bread, bread, bread. Bread is
good, but it's monotonous—it lacks novelty.
Break the monotony with the new delicacy—
Uneeda
Biscuit
Nutritious—healthful—satisfying. IfflMdS
Biscuit
are sold only in a new and novel 5 cent
package which keeps them air tight and moisture
proof. Never sold in bulk. Ask your grocer about
Uneeda Biscuit-
SHOES THAT PLEASE.
s
K
(J. H. WnxiAMsoa
Vice Preeidect.

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