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l" Ausmjuteiy'Pure Makes the food more delicious and wholesome torn, maw wxrotn eo.. w» yowl iYFDS IS OUT ^Li Krom Prison at Henne9 at i. iii« and Put Aboard a Train For Nantes-His Depau [unnoticed b? the Peopfc of Kenucft. of Pardon Caused Scarcely |Kipi)U'at Paris-Arrest of tiuer Sept. SI .^Captain Alfred [, at 3 o'clock A. m. left the prison which be had been confined (id return from Devil's island and dfi to Vern, where he took a ound fur Nantes. Uls departure mpletely unnoticed. Dreyfus left Rennet at noon, jpam»"i by her father and friends. L^TLKTLY RECEIVED. to r«rdoa Dr*r'M Ho fmnent In tha Proaoh Capital. Si j't. 'J 1. —'The decision of the t• pardon Dreyfns created leta kt Paris than would the result Ic horse race. In fact it nay be tat it caused no excitement what- Tiure was no rioting on the raris. Iu front of the office of iLibre Parole, where a crowd assembles in the evening to ^in the huge colored transparent utsi'la the windows of the leading tn.ite journal, there was not the e*t gathering or the faintest sign ntt ration either for or against v on.' would think that the Dreyfus agitatiou had burned I.ut. The auti-Dreyfusard even -rs tried to infuse interest tatc Thi Uovornmoat'a Action /".d attack upon President Lou their efforts were futile. The Ifr.i crowds that filled the tables in jif tin- cafes, sippiug their aftei |r off.-i-, looked ot the newsbo dupluved the front pages of these V.vith their violent headlines, but lly refused to get excited. The lr ty .lid not oven discuss the mat ir nly made the passing remark ti.o decision was just what had td«'d »nd predicted by every newspaper since tho Renne? partial delivered its verdict. Th* 1'ipyfusnrd newtqiaper Soir had fc"»t sensational caption, two line* across the front page an •'•m:. "The traitor recoives intrdun FV' "ii the army." It', light win h« Kept Uf» •irdouing of Dreyfus does nol curtain on the drama. Th« l-'^anls are determined to pursue against the generals and 'Vera of tho general staff who 1 and committed gross illegali "'•r to keep the prison door '111 "rd.. on th.-ir victim. r, Tho campaign loas« has also given the Social ly ii weapon of which they will poll 'iifiusidves to the utmost aud tfiN ,l*'n will be extended more and •iu ialistic agitation. J'iiiuoii of Dreyfus, therefore. ftn,'*lK's one act of the drama and will again find herself in ihl "f party passion before the Parit pi'i "pens its doors next May. THE COMEDY ENDS. 'h '•••vcrnment Finally Maaagas rr'»t Otierlu, tho Agitator. lARls. Sept. 21.—M. Guerin and r/'.'"'u"«. who have been besieged in L,r Occident for the past sil s uavu surrendered. Preparation «ry large scale had been madi it! Vi0 building and all nighl ^'ts in the vicinity were swarm- Nh troops. M. Guerin wai "atil 4 a. in. to surrender auc k ,)efore »lr that hour he promised tc N\lien the time arrived. Pre- \i 10 hour apiointed a captain yunicipal Guarda rapped at the i *,°rt Chsbrol. There was a °f expectation and then the Li011,enea- M. Guerin calmly pre L, .'llIls«lf.meekly surrendered and V ,0,1 to the police depot in an L„ut.,W),lted beside the captain of L. ds. His companions were al i free- Thua the six weeks 'lUinl lu s«biito.,y RitfteV|nu aiyi9. Was W®U chosen by the gov PS- the excitf njegt _QYet 0rthvthe w N o !^A%VDFR WWlH capture of the fort would undoubtedly divert attention from the pardon ex tended to Dreyfus. The plan was to attack the building and arrest Guerin and his baud. Tht government had given him until 4 it the morning to surrender and had e regular army to assault the fort if ht refused. Troops, Municipal Guards, mounted and on foot, and policemen tc the number of nearly 1,000 were dis patched to cordon all the streets withii the radius of a quarter of a mile of Fort Chabrol. The policemen were to be used first and then if a desperate resist ance was made by Guerin and the oth ers of the garrison the UldUn W«M to Bo Sammoaod. The strange spectacle presented by these extraordinary military aud police measures drew a large crowd of well dressed Parisians, including many demi-mondaines, who stood about on the sidewalks aud walked up and dowu the roadways laughiug and chatting The cafes all around were wide open and doing a roaring trade, as though the hour were 10 in the evening stead of 8 in the morning. The government had decided to flood the fort if Guerin refused to surrender and had a couple of hundred firemen with steam pumps, lire "ttffa.|r¥" and miles of hose. FOUNDERED IN A TYPHOON. iVapaaM* Vooaol Soak Off Haaakwal—A booro Urowutd. VlCToau. B. C.. Sept. 21.—A tele gram from the governor of Khigi, pre fecture to the Japanese government, re ported by the Empress of India, states that on Sept. 4 the steamer Koun Maru foundered during a typhoon off Han akwal, in Biwa lake, going to the bot torn like a stone. She had 30 passengers on board, a majority being women and children. Twelve of these were drowned and two fatally injured, while eight of ihe crew also went dowu with the ship, their bodies being coffined by the vessel. TIRED OF PRISON LIFE. Kaaoao Marl«r*r rotltloaa tho Oo' to Sign HU Doath Warrant. TOFEKA. Kan.. Sept. 21.—Taylor Cook, in the jwuitentiary under death sentence for a murder committed 10 years ago, has petitioned Governor Stanley to sign the death warrant. Under the Kansas law a death sen tence cannot be carried out unloss the governor signs the warrant, which he is not required to do. As a result there are 6o murderers in the penitentiary for no governor has ever signed the order for execution. Cook says he is tired of penitentiary life and wants tc hang. ANDKEK RELICS. Anchor and Muojr HU«oT«r«d on th* North Coaat of King harlot laland STO KJIol.M, Sweden, Sept. 21.—Tht Afton liladet has received a telegram from the master of the Norwegian cut ter, Martha Larzak. saying that he had found, Sept. 1». on tho north coast ol King Charles island an anchor and buoy marked "Andree Polar Expedi tion." HUNDREDS WERE KILLED. Dlaaatroua Earthquake Noar Smyrna, la Aata Minor. SMYRNA, Asia Minor, Sept. 21. Ther* wa# a disastrous earthquake during the morning at Aiden. a town on the Me ander. 1* miles southeast of this Hundreds of persons were killed in the valley of Meander. __________ I7aa Bloodhoomla on Hurglara. ELDORA. la., Sept. 21.-on account of tho continuel prevalence of burglar ies and petty thieving the officers of the law at this place recently purchased a pack of Missouri bloodhounds. Im mediately after a house had been en tered by thieves the officers were no i fied and the dogs put on the scent, lnc hounds soon surrounded a house in tiic second ward. The officers believe tiu dogs have the right parties^ Mlnaoaota Honoahocra. MANKATO, Minn., Sept. 21.-The an nual convention of the Master Horse- ahoers of Minnesota was held here, about 80 members being present. Mayoi Currier and Senator Benedict welcomed the visitors and President L. B. Al bright of St. Cloud responded. James Dougherty of Mankato was elected president. The next meeting will be at yt, Paul, state fair week. OfaMoil MallsnanS WA6H.NUVON, Sept. 21,-ll.ebnbonic plain. k»» in.the SSiioc. of A»truoh.n in luminK form, according to a report^to JtoSat. d,p.rto.nt 'rumCon.ulH^ _t Odessa. He says that it tnere takes the form of a most malignant type An4-tA«MA«i I AHk ere! entlemerio LAJUIv I :vl V S S V M0VING_SL0WLY British Side of the Transvaal Dis pute Awaits the Cabinet Council. Dispatchcs Describe in Detail the War Preparations of the Boers. Arrest of Boer Officials by Portu guese May Cause Com plications. Lospoff. S®?*- 21.—Great Britain's relations with the Transvaal remain unchanged and so far as the former is concerned the situation is not likely to take on a new phase until after Friday's cabinet council. Whether the Boers will bo content to wait even that long before ending the suspense with hostil ities, appears open to a great deal of doubt. The second edition of The Morning Post contaius a dispatch from Pieter xnaritzburg, Natal, dated Sept. 19, say ing: "I have never known the situa tion to be graver. The Boers only await two days rain on the veldt before beginning hostilities. They are deter mined on war and consider they can expect nothing else after the last dis patch, and are prepared to face the con sequences." The correspondent then describes in detail the Boers' elaborate border prep arations, which appear more thorough and formidable than heretofore be lieved. He says the Orange Free State officers at Pretoria have developed a combined plan of action which, be adds, includes seizing Majuba. Laings Neck and Newcastle, Natal, the mo ment tho ultimatum arrives. Continuing, the correspondent asserts that Portuguese officials at Risanio Garcia have arrested some Boer officials on the charge of constructing a laager In Portuguese territory. An Ontlandor Petition. The outlander council, as the result of meetings held at Pietermaritzbur aud Johannesburg, has decided to ad dress a communication to the British high commissioner. Sir Alfred Milner, urging the imperial government to break off negotiations with the Trans vaal. The reasons for this action are that "the severe distress prevailing may compel the remaining outlauders to accept any compromise offered that loyal British subjects are becoming dis contented aud that great unrest prevails among the natives." It should be borne in mind, however, that Pietermaritzburg has been the Mecca of alarmists and Tho Morning Post's dispatches are inclined to be sen sational. The secretary of state for the colo nies, Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, spent the day at the colonial office. He looked completely worn out by anxiety. A dispatch from Pretoria says that at meeting of Belgians there a corps was enthusiastically formed to help the Boers in case of war. Secretary of State Reitx is quoted as saying that in case of war the aliens could remain in the Transvaal provided they guaranteed their good behavior. The presence of the Orange Free State officers at Pretoria is confirmed. Numerous field cornets are at the Boer ^CAPE Tows, Sept. 21.—1The arrest of Boer officials by the Portuguese is re garded as likely to create serious com plications. The Bund of Women is preparing a peace appeal to Queen ic toria. w 1V of-rour ins«otion. Call in and see them. Kememoex uw iu«me at v* oit_ customer. These shoes are is at W• J- DAHL & CO. Mo MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1899. PRICE FIVE CE5TS. nV The Greatest Fuel Savers HOT BLAST HEATERS GOVERNORS AT ST. LOUIS. Aatl-Trnst Coaforeaoo Called by Oo»« •rnor Say roe Mow la Booatoa. ST. LOUIS, Sept. 21.—At 11 o'clock, the anti-trust conference called by Gov* ernor J. Sayres of Texas held its opening session. Governor Sayres was unanimously chosen chairman. Paul B. Moore, pri vate secretary of Governor Stephens ot Missouri, was chosen secretary. Gov ernor Sayres r*ad a lengthy address, aetting forth his views on the question of trusts. He believed the danger from trusts was real and that action by state and national governments was impera tive. Governor Stephens followed Governor 6a yrt-s in an address in which he told of what had been done in Missouri to fight the trusts. Four Hilled, Four Injured. KANSAS CITY. Sept. 21.—A north bound passenger train on the St. Louis and San Francisco railroad, collided %ith a freight train 15 miles southeast oi the city. Four people wer» and four others injured. Front of a Glacier Shatter#*. SEATTLE. Sept. 21.—News has been received from Alaska to the effect that the front of the Taku Arm glacier was shattered by a great earthquake, and that thousands of tons of ice were pre cipitated into the sea.<p></p>Mrs, See a snow Storm to Summer? We never did but we have seen the clothing at this time of the year so covered with dandruff that it looked as if it had been out in a regular snow storm. No need of this snowstorm. 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