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"i fABLlSHED 181)0. flMINGJOWNE [Managers of the Minnesota mdidate Already at Work at Kansas City. tatyt Will Be Made to Se cure Approval of the Demo cratie Committee. iol Bryan Said to Be in Fa ir of tluj lie-Elect ion of Chairman Jones. PKKAR CTTY, Juno 30 «—The greatest Ity manifested in the vice prc.si ll canvass before the convention is by the managers of Mr. Charles **uo. General E. S. Corser of kesota, who is now here, is making Igemeuts for the Silver Republi juvention and at the Knnio time is all he can to muke Towne's nom n possible. It is the present in MI to have an early conference be the committees of the Populist the Silver Republican party and [Democratic national committee the view of securing some kind of i^reement for furthering Mr. lie's candidacy. It is quite proba ta iwover, that tho Democratic na il committee will refuse to take vspouKibility in the matter on tho i.l that it is a subject for the con si and not the committee to con- lest re of the Populists and Silver 11cutis to secure the nomination v. ne recalls a similar proceeding 1 'opuhst convention in St. Louis It was known that 1 fry an was -minuted by the Populists for i ut having already been Nniiit it lv tlifi iM imu ruti, If re was a strong etiurt made to .- wall, the vice presi n .'itial can also nominated. Such leading iuts as Senator Jones, chairmen natioual coinnnttv e, and WiU.ani no, member of the committee fur iii, were on hand, using every to bring about the nonunat.on of !. but th"V were unsuccessful, no Populists, aided by the Silver licans, are eudeavonng to have .uididate for vice president uom iv the Democrats. i-« argued that Towuo'g uomiuation serve to einphasiwj the silver n the campaign, just at n time there is a disposition iu some rs to leave tl'.e endorsement of to the rcalliriiuition of the I'hi iatform. l*|M»n the other hand, •ig to conciliate the Kasteru Dem- IIU the money question, it lias uggested that some Eastern man silver views are not so radical, •ted, even if Mr. Towne is being i by the Populists and Silver He ms, who are Democratic allies. M: FAVORED BY TILLMAN. MTII «Si».«it.»r fumpiirr* the Mlniie HOIDII l»«viil Willi H. Hill. 11 I, June :U). -AS things now I am in favor of giving Charlie ne the second place on the ticket.' is was the utterance of Senator i in of South Curolina, who will be head of his state delegation in |K insus City convention. He said i not consulted with his fellow Jg.ites uud could speak ouly for liim- un csjieciullj' in favor of Towne if becomes the formidable candidate his friends hope to make him, the senutor. "It would be very ntuiiato if the Democratic party not frank nt this time. It would 0 good—add uo strength to the I mean—to put a man on the I who believes iu differing priuci mill methods from Bryan." is Mil. BBVAN'S CHOICE. Will ItpiiMln lit the Head of the I or ratio OmhihMU^*- UTI.K HOCK, Ark., Juno 30.—Sena lames K. Jones, chairman of the erutic national committee, has loft tor Kansas City. It is learned 1 high authority that Mr. Jones Mr. liryuu's choice for re-elec ts chairman of the national coni The senator's health is very I' improved, and his close |ersonal ids here believe he would accept tho niiatiship again. lie declined to 'or publication regarding the latter 5ct. Ilo stated to tho Associated i reporter, however, that his rela with Mr. Tiryan are entirely liar i. »us and that there has never been between them. EI#WLA SURE «»F Few \OTEN. [ANRAH CITY, Hamilton Uiwin of that state. Mr. Maloney says that his state, Oregon, and Idaho are for his man, and it is ex pected six additional votes will be given him from Alaska. Will "Sot VlHlt ltrynn. NEW YORK, AD1S TO THE ANXIETY. Admiral KempfT'n Me«*nf Regarding Whereabout* of MinUter*. WASHINGTON, The fact that the admiral's message is dated at Clio Foo warrants the sup position that telegraphic communica tion lias been restored between that point aud Taku, where the foreign fleet lies. There is. however, a possi bility that the admiral could get a dis patch across from Taku to Che Foo on the same date by pushing the York town, which bus been Used at u dispatch boat. Admiral Kempff's news has added to tho depression in official quarters. HEAVY CA1U.NET FAILS TO RATIFY. Agreement Hetwcen Cliinete lllltciall Wll l"irei|(ii (ontul* li*eu»i»«'d. WASHlNtiToN, June 30.—The cabinet hns failed to ratify the agreement be tween the consuls and the viceroys looking to the protection of foreign in terests in tlie Southern provinces iu China. The text of the agreement is withheld here from publication, but it is understood that its general purpose is to make neutral the I'luuese treaty ports at Nan Kin and Hang Kow. The neutralisation would involve the with drawal of foreign men-of-war from the treaty ports and also ot any foreign troops or sailors, leaving to the Chinese authorities aud the residents of Shang hai aud III® ether ports the preservation of order. American Sliwinn |le*tr«»'ed. CHK Foo. Wednesday, June '2?.—The American mission at uh Si En, Suaji Tung province, has been destroyed. The missionaries escaped. The gov ernor has notified foreigners inland thut he is unable to protect theui. !Sr|ort«Ml for June 3U.—Thomas Ma- Lv, chairman of the Washington jgation. in hero us the custoilian of |vi.ti» presidential candidacy of James noes 1 II«-t ams or ooming Jlkdison June 30.—Richard Cro- Iter left for Klberon, N. J., where he will bo the guest of ex-Senator Edward Murphy until they will leave for Kan BUS City. Mr. Croker has stated repeat edly that he would not visit Mr. Bryan lit Lincoln before the convention. Speaker lirndrrann Hrnnmlnatcil. WATERLOO. la.. June .'JO.—Speaker Henderson was renominated by ac clamation by the Third district Repub lican convention for his tenth term as representative in congress. The nomi nation was made amid gr^at enthusi asm. Shaker lender sou made a short •yceeh of acceptance. June :J0. Admiral Kempff has acknowledged the error he had made in reporting the presence of the foreign ministers with Admiral Seymour's columu, eight miles out from Tien Tsin. His cablegram admits-that there is no knowledge of their where abouts, and it is assumed the error in the first report arose from the admiral's acceptance of a rumor that was very generally current at the time the cable gram was sent. HUITISH CASUALTIES. Lost wvnt y-llvi* Killed and Ninety-EicM \Votiitlfl at Tien T»in. LI'MHIN, Jr.- commons t:.. of ti:• forei J«:hn I.r.«ic. lirKisii !o- "nova's the relie! j. i Tsin .i\. llerb :r \V. and -J i ne.-: and !»J men. —In the house of "iiameiitnry secretary vice. Mr. \Vi:lia:n St. ,n I!OU!IL'I't tint the tii Vice A« inn ml Sey .i-'h, with the rest of returned to Tien ,• Ki:ie!—Captain v •.. y. i Marinesi v. n ollicel's V," Mr. ifr.ulrir of the loreigu plete, but the total \v n W men killed and 'M'-i ::. ri:'• r. turns Were iucum supposcd to 1" run wounded. uun: In conclusion Mr. lfrodrick said that tho most recent reports which had reacht the government pointed to the legationers being still at Pekin. Still JVkKn* LONIH.N, June 30.—The British con sul at Che Foo wiros the foreign oiiice that a message from Pekin to the taotai of customs at Tien Tsiu suys the for eigu legations are still at Pekin. SOUTHWEST WHEAT YIELD. Maximum i*rodurii»n I'laeed PWly Million lluihels. ST.PAUL, June 30. -Information from reliable sources shows that with very few exceptions, Northern Minnesota, uearlv all of North Dakota, a large por tion of South Dakota and Manitoba wiU produce but little wheat. With the present condition of wheat n„d conditions favorable until the wheat is harvested, experts estimate 20 000,000 bushels for South 1 akot.i, loiooo.ooo for Minuesota aud lO.nOO.toi favored localities in North Dakota, an aggregate of AO.OOO.UUO bushels, as against about ].10,000,000 a year ago. Ex-Senator Washburn, who has just been through the ll»kotart ...id Mii.m, sota, says there will not be quarters ot W average wheat ieWui prospect. ai w irfeot and will fit the feet. loose at the soles. Give us a call. MADISON, SOPTH DAKOTA, SATURDAY, JUNE ATTEMPTFAILED Boers Try to Blow Up the Ar tillery Barracks and Maga zine at Pretoria. British Soldier Withdraws the Fuse but Is Shot by One of the Burghers. Many Hollanders Being Deported lor Noil-Observance of the Neutrality Laws. I/3KDOK, June 80.--Outside of minor conflicts in the Orange River Colouy showing continued Boer activity in the Senekal districts, tho telegrams from South Africa merely indicate prepara tions for, it is hoped, the final opera tions for the tediously prolonged war. A Cape Town dispatch reports an at tempt by the Boers to blow up the ar tillery barracks aud magazine at Pre toria. It is added that au artilleryman who frustrated the attempt by with drawing a lighted fuse was killed by a Boer whom the eoldiers afterwards at tempted to lynch. The British authorities are deporting large numbers of Hollanders to Holland to be dealt with by their own govern ment for not observing the neutrality declared by the Netherlands. President Steyu is reported to be at Bethlehem cousultiug with General Dewet. Sir Alfred Milner, the British high commissioner, has notified the govern ment to pay the interest on the Fret State 0 per cent loan, due July 1,011 condition that there is no further liabil ity, either for capital or interest. Cape Town reports that President Krutrer is still at Machadodorp, "afraid to move for ft-ar the bridges are under mined." BRITISH FORCE AMBUSHED. Ton Th»u*anl A*hanti« Attark a itr'iiet Hotly. CAPE C«A.-T CASTIJ:, June 30. —Colo nel Carter h-.t Kiawassa on the morning of June U'l with the intention of rein forcing Captain Hall at Bekwai with men. curriers, a 7-pounder and a Maxim. When a half mile from Poassi he was tired ui on heavily from the bush. Captain K ,niv 11 and several men fell at the tirft tire. The casing of the water jacket split after hall an hour's firing and nine men, including Lieutenant Edwardi, who were working the 7-pounder, were put out of action half au hour later. shot. Major Wilkinson was Will He ilven Ten Days to Vacate He cent ly Ceded Indian Lands. WASHINGTON, June 30.—As a result of a conference between the secretary of the interior, tho commissioner of In dian affairs and Colonel Randlet, agent for the Iviowa. Comanche and Apache Indians, orders have been issued that the intruders upon tho lands recently ceded bv tho Indians to tho United States shall be notified by proclamation that they must leave the lauds men tioned. The intruders will be given davs in which to depart, after which time United States troops will be called upon to enforce the secretary s orders. (iOES OUT OF Chicago'* over .0,0U0.. 0(H) busitels of wheat raised iu the three f\ f*£ Winners, The force then charged the bush aml+Second Lieutenant nraprr Loses Hl« Iife discovered a stockade 30 yards distant in the bush, so carefully concealed that its existence would not be suspected. The stockade was carried at tho point of the bayonet and the force retired. The casualties were officers and §0 nftn. The enemy's loss was 50 killed aud many wounded. It was estimated that the natives numbered 10,000, one half of whom had muskets. Severe 1'igliting KipeUMl. LONDON, July 30.—Advices received here from Prahsu, Ashanti, under cur rent date, say the telegraph line has been reopened to Pumsu and that Colo nel Wilcocks' force will move immedi ately. Colonel Burroughs, with 500 men, is expected to reach Wekwai ia two days. The rebellious Asliantis are reported to be in strength near Fomeu, where severe lighting is expected. L\TIU IERS MUST LEAVE. EXISTENCE. Itiiitdliiff Trade* Council Will Adjourn Sine Die. CHIOAOO, Juno 30.—The building trades council will pass out of existence practically at its next meeting. It will adjourn sine die, and the end of Chi cago's great industrial war, which has kept thousands of men idle for more than live months, will have been reached. This was the assertion made by a loading ofticial of tho couucil aud accepted it was generally us true sition looking to a quasi dissolution of the central body would be made at the meeting aud the concensus of opinion was that it would be adopted. aiD 30, 1900. DO YOU RIDE? Rambler Crescent CAl'GHT BY FALLING WALLS. Om ritttbTr.jg: Fireman Killed and Eleven Injured. l?r: Tsp.unfl, June —One fireman was killed and eleven others injured and nearly £400,000 worth of property was li'jstruyed in a fire that broke out in th'j machine shop of the Best Manu facturing company shortly after 6 a. m. The flames spread so rapidly that in less than half an hour the entire plant, four stories high and 100 feet square, was burning, and it was feared that adjoining property would go. Three districts of the fire department was quickly on the ground, however, and by hard work, the fire was kept within the original limits. The fire men were standing on a fire escape aud were caught and carried to the ground by the masses of brick and timbers which fell as the wall collapsed. For two yenrs Ira \v. Kelley of Muns tielii, PH., was in poor health on account of kidney trouble. He consulted several physicians and spent considerable money for medicines without obtaiuing relief until he tried Foley's Kidney Cure, and now writes '*1 desire to add my testi niouy that it may be the cause of aiding others." Crnus. SCHITZ. J. Q. Hood, justice of the peace, Crosby, Mis?., makes the fo'hiwiDg state ment: 'T can certify that One .Minute Cough Cure will do all tnat is claimed for it.. My wife could not get her breath and the first dose relieved her. It has also benefited my whole family." It acts immediately and cures coughs, colds, croup, grippe, bronchitis, asthma and all throat and lung troubles. IOWA SOLDIER DROWNED. in the Philippines. 'WASHINGTON, June 30. —General Mac Arthur has cabled the war department the following account of the death ol Lieutenant Draper: '•Manila, June 29.—Second Lieuten ant Paul Draper, Twenty-second in fantry. drowned morning June werking on ferry near £au Antonio, Ntuva Ecija, Luzon." Paul Draper was born July 24, 1*70, at Valley View. Ia., and served with the Sixteen infantry from July, 1M7. to November, He was serving in the Philippine islands as an enlisted man at the date of appointment a-? sec ond lieutenant of the Twenty-second infantry. FortM.^n t»*iclent« Lt'avinjj. KINUSTO^, Jamaica, June o0.—A pri- i vate telegraiu received here from Col ombia says the situation at Carthagona ami Savanilla is very grave, that light ing is proceeding and that the foreign residents are leaving hurriedly. Private Roy Keator Co. B, First Illinois Volunteers, Shafter's Army of Invasion Fifth Army Corps, Chicago. III. Augr. 29,1850 The Dodds Medicine Co., Buffalo. N. Y. 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