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'4 ItlSHED 1890. Ma ied ABSOLUTELYTURE W Ml°n WOTM. SAW— »Q«C«I CO.. WW YOWL BS GET GOLD [of the Confiscation of a iincnt From Johannes* burg Mines From Two Sources, the Figures Are Some what Smaller. raal Government Said to luken Over All the lines. ORT. 5.—The moat MOM* wt from Sooth Africa is a re i of the report of the acqusition uuvaal authorities of $900,• old which vw on the way to from Johannesburg. The »tion of the story eomee from il« Argus asserts that the Boers seizure at Veirenigen, the .iug two weeks' shipment of •e ay from the rand to Cape lr.J forwarded the treasure to Tlit- report in also confirmed ilegratn received by a mining 'in London from their repre wluoh is to the effect that the ua which he was traveling from iburg to Cape Town was held :,te«l by Boers, who secured ha gold, the amount being con leM than the original esti- IMIIM Mrtlsti as Ever. s nothing verv tangible in the news, but the situation re trained as ever, unless hope uerived from the apparent fact forces on the frontier are re y buth sides as wholly defen ue present and from the state at Mr. J. H. Hoffmeir, the er leader in Cape Colony, is ared to endeavor to secure the the Transvaal government .rre-lucible minimum" proposed mfontein conference to Pres lh'- by Sir Alfred Mllner, the omuissioner, if the imperial -ut will stand by tho high n^r"s origiual proposal. Itock Exchauge was influenced lie opening hours by vague ru it (jumi Victoria had cabled Kruger and President Steyn, ut tin* olive branch, and that s had been defeated in a small ent. TUMJ, bnt there was a speedy 'hen both stories were discred ™»rt Attack* Chanbtrlsla. [llliaiu Vernon Harcourt, the usht-il LiWral statesman, mem srhrtUi.-nt for West Monmouth another slashing attack in palmer upon the policy of the 'of .state for the colonies, Mr. Camber lain. grates his original statement ('hamWlain's assertion that raal refused to redress the "f the outlanders is the re H* cast', and he insists that "rtalii ih responsible for "slam- !_d«Hr in the face of President ^Ust wiien arrangements were "U a settlement. from Cape Town announce Ifral s'r George Stewart White, will command the British the Natal, will proceed to Jfut e. on his arrival at Cape !'ouii(i the situation on the Na» er Krave that he wired for transportation for himself to Durban, and the British cruiser Forte was placed fposal. 011 "owe agency publishes the diKpatch from Volksrust, •lated Oct 8: tinned *«port is in circula- (hnt the time allowed the ixips to withdraw from the *'rder will expire at 4 p. m.. *Uur0 to comply with the de« oe considered tantamount to of war." tlw Omrsmsi lJf Liberal members of the including several It".. of Liberal cabinets the private residence of the Libejul opposition in the head of the lakes. IHNN6 Powder bouse, Sir Henry Campbell Bannerinan. The subject under discussion was the government's South African policy and the meeting resolved to supimrt the government on the reassembling of par. liament, even at the expenbe of placing the present official leaders of the Lib eral party in conflict with their forme* colleagues, Sir William Vernon Har court and John Morley. The various announcements regard ing Boer movements seem to indicate their probable plan of campaign in the event of hostilities. Their chief force, apparently, would surround the narrow' Stretch of Natal territory jutting into the Transvaal, thus threatening Laing's Keck, Charlestown and Dundee, while the Orange Free 8tate commando from Harrismith is expected to operate near Van Kenan's pass, threatening Lady smith. The military authorities estimate there are now 12,000 Boers in the field. A special dispatch from Johannes burg says the Boer officials there con tinue to urge the British subjects who remain to leave and it is believed that all who do not will be marched, under escort, along the railway until a train is reached to carry them off. Orders have been issued from Pre toria, closing all the saloons in the gold fields. The Transvaal government has taken over the Perriera mines and all the miues in the gold fields. A group of five of the Eckstein mines have been dosed. Wai a Territorial PlaaMr. HARMONY, Minn., Oct. .V—Mrs. A» geline Stark died at the home of Mr and Mrs. E. M. Stark, just north of Harmony. She was W years old. She was a territorial pioneer both of Min nesota and Wisconsin. DENTISTS OBJECT. Will Swllan. to Fight the Crow* sad krld|* Work I'lUaU B»STON, Oct. 6.—Acting on the re cent decisiau of the United States cir cuit court for the southern district of New York, establishing, it is claimed, the validity of the patent issued in 18*1 to James E. Low for crown and bridge dental work, which was as signed to a certain committee, the pres ent holders of the pstent .ve placed attachments on the offices of seven Bos ton dentists. This patent has been the cause of an immense amount of litiga tion, and it is said that nearly every dentist in the country has used the crown and bridge work. After the New York decision a circu lar was sent to dentists requesting that they pay a year for every year dur ing which they have used the work Some of them, it is said, have agreed to this, but mo6t of them are determined to avoid payment if possible, and they have organised to fight the case. They •ay that the matter will bo taken to the United States court of appeals aud to the United States supreme court if nec eesary. RETURNING THE FLAG. hdlut Takla* Bock olor* Captorod From Tosaa. INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 5. Governor Mount, accompanied by the members of his staff and representatives of the Indiana department of the Grand Army of the Republic, left for Dallas, Tex., during the afternoon to return to the Lone Star state the Confederate battle flag captured from Terry's Texas Ban kers in Georgia by Indiana soldiers during the Civil war. About 100 Iu dianians are in the party. The formal return of the flag will take place at the state fair at Dallas Thursday afternoon. REFUSED HIM A JOB. ifto&tscrn Bs»LUatoaaat Oovoraor of Idaho Kills a rroalMit Railroad Oflelal* SALT LAKK, Oct. 5.—F. J. Mills, ex lieutenant in the volunteer engineer service and ex-lieutenant governor of Idaho, shot and instantly killed Chief Engineer O'Melviney of the Oregon Short Line in the latter's office in this city. Mills had made an application for a position in O'Melviney's depart ment, bnt had not been accepted. It is claimed that he blamed O'Melviney. He fired three bullets into his victim. WEST SUPERIOR STRIKE. Booo»altloa •Might Bandler# of the ValM. WEST SUPERIOR, Wis., Oct. 8.—Five hundred freight handlers struck here during the afternoon, demanding that employers recognise the union. They threaten a tie-up on TWO WEEKS TRIP President Leaves Washington For His Visit to Northwestern States. Several Stops in Illinois Before Chicago Is Reached—Several Days There, MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, OCTOBEE 5, 1899. And Then His Journey to Minne sota, the D&kot&s, Iowa and Wisconsin. WASHINOTON, Oct 5.—The president's special train for Chicago and the North west left the Pennsylvania station at 9 o'clock p. m. The train will go by way of Canton, O.. and Miss Mary Bar ber, the president's niece, is to join the party there. From Canton the trip will be made through Akron and Fos toria, to Fort Wayne, Ind., thence by way of Logausport, Ind., Decatur and Springfield, Ills., to (juincy, Ills., which will be reached on Friday, Oct. 6. At Quincy the president will visit the Sol diers' Home and participate in exercises which have been arranged by the citi sens of that city. Peoria, Ills., will be reached at 'J :45 that afternoon and a stop of a few hours will be made, en abling the president and party to par ticipate in the dedication of the sol diers' monument aud attend the corn exposition and carnival. Galesburg, Ills., will be reached Fri day night, aud on Saturday morning the president will deliver an address at the exercises incident to the anniver sary of one of the Lincoln and Douglass debates. Chicago will be reached Saturday af ternoon and a stay will be made there during the greater part of the fall festi val and other exercises. Late Tuesday night, Oct. 10, the president and party will leave for Evansville.Ind., to attend the reuniou of the Blue and Gray. From Evausville they will go direct to Minneapolis aud St. Paul, passing through Chicago, arriving at St. Paul on the morning of the 12th, to partici pate in the welcome to the Thirteenth Minnesota volunteers. From St. Paul, the trip extends to West Superior and Duluth Oct. 13. Fargo, the same after noon, where a stop will be made until about 0:30 p. in., affording the presi dent an opportunity to review some of the North Dakota voluunteers. Aber deen, S. D., will be reached on the morning of Oct. 14. The president will there review the South Dakota volun teers. Leaving Aberdeen at 11:30 a. m. ou Oct. 14, the party will go by way of Sioux Falls, to Yankton, thence made to Sioux City, la., reaching the last named city during the early evening. Leav ing Sioux City late Sunday night, and going by way of Dubuque, la., Galena, Ills., Madison and Waukesha, Wis., Milwaukee will be reached on the even ing of the Ittth. Leaving Milwaukee at 11 a. m. on the l?th, an interesting run will be through Racine, Kenosha and Waukegan to Kalamasoo, Mich. Cleveland, O., will be the the traffic at i i 3 a a i n s /'V* i oream ol tnese oargaure. reached on the of the 18th. Leaving Cleve morning land in the afternoon, the president will go to by way of Warren and Niles, O., Youngstown, tend O., where he is to at wedding of his nephew. The party will leave Youngstown on the evening of the 18th, and Washing ton will bo reached on the 19th or 20th The Greatest of all Fuel HOT BLAST HEATERS McDonald Bros. The Grand Opening of. 1 8 ENGLISH ARE PLEASED. Bollovo tho Shamrock Good Boat, ETM If 6ho Dooan't t*«t tho Cup. LONDON, Oct. 5.—The momentary disappointment that the first day's con test for the America's cup should have resulted in no race has been followed by a feeling of satisfaction that the Shamrock has shown herself a worthy challenger, and hope runs high that she wipe out a long record of defeat. Among yachtsmen great admiration is expressed for the way in which Captain llogarth is reported to have handled the yacht. The afternoon papers comment in much the same terms as the morning papers. All think that the chances of the Shamrock aud the Columbia arc about equal, aud all are gratified at the extreme friendliness displayed by the Americans. Shamrock Cannot Toko It. NEW YORK, Oct. 5.—John H. 8pears, the nautical expert, says: "In spite of the fact that a lack of wind prevented the yachts covering their course within the time limit, and in spite of the man ifest superiority of Captain Hogarth's seamanship, the details of the trial show that when the wind comes alike to both, the Columbia easily outruns, out-reaches and out-points Shamrock in winds from fresh down to light. The Shamrock will not get the cup." Aadrado Sails Away. N«W YORK, Oct. 5. -A cable dispatch has been received in this city from Caracas to the effect that President Ig nacio Andrade has engaged passage for himself and family on the Bed line •teamer Philadelphia, which leaves La Guayara Oct. 10 for Ponce, Porto Rico, and New York. It is generally be lieved he will go to Ponce. If this dis patch is authentic, it means that Presi dent Andrade regards himself defeated by the inaurgents under General Cas tro, and will leave the country to save himself. PRiroTT" & Co/s PRICES WILL SURPRISE YOU. 'dzl: "THE MAINE" WILL TAKE PLACE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1899. Special prices in all lines of goods. rffliilTWTririi-iiiii-T[riitiiB mr,^iiiintn'iMnTmiii[tfgmiitifciOTimiiiiioaawiBWiiB'«aiiMitiifiiM »iir 1 To the Purchaser^^^ 1 of $5.00 worth of goods we wiff give 25 I —I pounds of granulated sugar for. $1.00, or 5 I I gallons of kerosene oil for 10 CENTS* 1 I ROZINSKY, LEE & FRANK. I 1 iiMi'iiRKiiainviEiiEi^isSiiuwsuHRiinnih: Rozinsky, Lee & Frank. Cits. 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