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llOOSDEFEAT
fnrcos Repulsed With
^vv Jjoss in «n Attack
on Tien
Ts,n*
Tifpiity-flve IVr Cent oi
|f Am
,Ticaiis I'articipat.
iiipT PW Hit*
1 i.iM nm, CoirnnaiHfer f»f
'lt. Mutli Infantry, Auionir
Those KilltnU
ISOTO*. July 17.—The nary d*
r"tbas received official confirms
a Ui-uml K-mrv of the re
,h" nil:-a furci-*»t Tirn Tmii,
^mgoflheKKh. The dia
he Foo, Joly
,.med that allied forces attacked
:jtT
»«ruing 13th Rut.*intis
ihjfiuth infantry mid marine*
:l I,
ald threes large
wtointL M«*nt
•. u l'X1 including artillery colonel:

orer 30, llntish over
jh
40,
including colonel French
srl Liscum, Ninth infnntry,
a .* tam Itovi*. marine
Lrtnley, Ueuteuiints
and I :ianl wounded. At 1
i attack on native city
ill*: with great lorn. Returns
i tt details not yet eou-
rs this Anwriaui murine
»i t: a* .1 in the foregoing di*
•i' jrohiUy Caj-tain Austin H.
Tututly nt Manila. killed, und
ut. in»n:» Medley I. Hutler of
rark, and Il«-nrjr Leonard, re
a duty nt Cnvite and alM of the
w«und 1.
at the war department
'»:•-h
rnon an Captain Wilcox,
w«unded. i* in the
f.i:.fry. The ofli-u*J« here
vat U* Major Wallace of th«*
ANS st'FFER 8EYKUKLY.
1,1
Per ml of €NM Tmy«
W'rr* lift*.
July 13, Via Shanghai,
-At o'clock thin afternoon
'i" allied troop* were nttempt
'fin the wall of tho city. The
•fin at daylight. Its siicces*
"1- Hie I'hmcse on the Wall#
a'*d c( !iw rvntirely at 2o,(kh.
|*»urii :if a terrific hull of artil
^and iiiHcluiie tire u|mui
k«rn. '1 he American*. Jnixtn*
*h and French troop* are at
I
ru'11 th-
west uud the Ku&sians
oa*t.
niTinms snfTerM terriMy. An
latcd l'rcH* reproiwntativv left
chi- Mtirpeoti of th« Ninth
^'l a coiiMTvatire estimate
|r Cnt
ricaim
w«rc
hit. Colonel
u«cum ia reported to huvc
l'iy
wounded n» ho waa walk
"!lt *»f the troop*. Major Re
iptJUUH lUickiniller, Wilo*
s
are umoiiK' the woUnde«l.
¥k Tr' ^"oiuilo t'nptniiiN
and I'.utier, I^Minnrtl und
bounded. CMIl^ ra die
Wa*
hotter tluin Suntiu^o.
110
"rre«|K.ndeiit
1
loft tho
Were lyititf in the
^'••n the wall and tho rhrer,
duditiK and a direct Are.
diilieult for them (o ad-
«lHndent countel about JK)0
mow of all nationaUtiea.
s
OVEU A HUNDRED.
Aiunt °f
,h*
Juli 17
rfect
11118 or
or lb*
Tlra Tmlu.
—.Tho. Ev^niuK
hoes
Kt-WH priutH u diKp!itch (lnted nt Shanff.
t*rkK!fliiK
n
«-couut of tho at.
tack of the allied fureen (ltl
Vi17 i
tlio
n» Tk"1,
uativo
Rs
n'lK,rt«»l
in tho
di«iiat«di to tho A.^nrmtod Press, dated
Tun
Ihim
July l.{, via Che Foo July
Ifi, and Shanghai July m.
Am rdiuK t«» The Kvenin^ News' dia
patclj the nllies wer- reputed and com
l^Hw! to retreat, with \»HH
of more
than Kio killed, the Hritinh losing 40
nil. the Japanew) •». The American*
tud UUSMHIM, it is ixdded, al.so hull", red
lieiiTily. Among the Americans killed
Mere Colonel French of the Twenty.
iiifaiitry und Colouel Liseum of
tl.e Ninth iufantry.
A Ku-Hinu col«»nel of artillery wiiij
filso killed.
The dmiiateh aildn that tho China
men fought with great desperation, and
their iuiurku**u»ltp waa
deadly.
CONDITIONS ARE SEKIOCS.
Army Ofltovr
10, aud
port* on
ib« lltutloB
mt
Nmiir,
WASHiNiT..\, July 17—The war dr.
parttih ut hits n^^'ived the folluwing r*
I**»rt fr-ra the Umtod State* army ofheor
in couimnnd ia Alaaka, dated St. Mi
chael, July
"L**ft i ii]»e Nome Inst evening, ar
rive«l Fort Michael jo a. m. to-lny.
Health condition in Nome serious
measlcft, typhoid fever und small|wx in
camp. Kich?«*n cases latter disea^* r»
ported yesterday and diM-asi- spreading.
"Chief surgin of «leji»rtment waa
left thero in charge of NUiiUiry luatter*,
with inatruction* to employ throe act
ing a##i»t4Uit nurgeoiis to aid him.
Regulation* f«,r tier aamtuti -n of the
Jiliue Were isstled lltld eTer.V etTort will
be uiad»« to improTc th« condition of af
fair* and control the apread of the dia
eaae Judge advocate of dojmrtment
alw3eft at Nome. Will return mv*elf
t« Nome a* soon aa matters requiring
my attention bcrv cau 1* dnpja-il uf."
HEAVIEST RAIN FOR YEARS.
La t'rmii mm! ViHntljr Etptrl«*M« a
Iwirrr tnrm.
La Ci:'*«•!"., Wic. July 17.—The
weather bureau ref«irt* that the heav
tout rnin M-Tin in Ln ^"rc»se and vicin
ity f-r thr«e\«nr* hn* been raging here
for the jiast t!ir«-e day*. The Mtorm «i\i
geneml in WitM-oiisin, Minnesota and the
lak't,i*. Much damage haa leen done
1m-u1!v and no less than l'J Kim mctitft
were tl»«le*l w.tli water, canning heavy
daiUAife All tmm* are more or le*s de
layed on thu acctiiiut. The Milwaukee
r«ad ran it» trams from Iuiuijue to
lYairie du Chien the iUirliugt^n
tracks and the Viro« ua branch of the
Milwaukee road l* out of commiaaion
entirely.
The hatl did a great deiil of damage
to crop* in Wtaoouaiu. MlattMota and
the Lhikotaa.
ONE RomcEH KILLED.
Uurtrlt* of Men I!«M l'p ffclrafo
MIoor.
Chk aoo, JToly 17 —Four free drinks
and cents
in
TWELVE I-EOPI.E DEAD.
Clouilharal
Kan-T I'ollltelaa *«ir4a»*.
Kmi'oi:Ia, Kan July 17. C. Esk
rid^e. editor of the Km porta Republican
oud former lieutenant governor of Knn
nih. died at hi home in this city from
the effect a of self-inflicted piftol
wound)*. I J*1 fore lie died Mr. Kckridge,
who had !auu ill f*»r several month*.
*aid he knew hu could uot live and tliat
he van tired of life.
Wan) l» I*"
Chicago. July 17.-The Second regi
ment, Illuioi* national guard, will
Viiluti*'""* for service in China. Colonel
Jauie* K. Stewart ha* announced that
he will immediately make formal writ
ten proffer of his Havana -earned coiu
nunie* to thu uatioiml K,,M'nuu,,nt
nao again at the lViera.
hosj
cash constituted the
txioty which cost the life of one robt»er
here during the day.
A quartette of men enterel tho *a
loon nt Thirtyn ighth utreet and llovtio
avenue, and at the jnnnt of the pistol
made the luirteuder give them irinkH
and the money in the ca*h n-gister.
Then they turned and ran and the bar
tender emptied hi* pistol at them.
They returned the tire, but without ef
fect while otto i^.t/loss, one of the rob
Krs, full mortally wounded and tiled
in the *trect.
WIpM tt»r Town of C'ol*
•n«n.
Tel.
(»ai.vkst»n, Tex., July 1?.—A cloud
barat hna wiped out the town of Cole
man. Twelve people are rej«rted dead.
All tho Htrmiu* are high and great dam
age has l»eeu done, it Ik lievol, along
the San Angel" branch of tho Gulf.
CuioTiwiu and Sauta Fe railroad,
for
Tnai Town Mriictt a Tomart".
I)AM.AS, Tex July 17.-l'eona. a
town ti mile* M'"tl« of Dalla*. wni. do
vtroved bv a torna«lo during the day.
Mr*. John Nelaon and her twc» cluldr.
were fatally hurt. Two churchc* and
pevoral dwellmghoUM's were deatro«
together with au immenao amount of
farm property.
A \\/5 tl t1Af*C
r6
llfll
MADISON, SODTH DAKOTA, TOlSDAY, JULY 17. 1900.
TO SETTLE HERE
Tell Tlion^dnd Boers Will Emi-
jrrate to AmoricaWhen tho
War Is 0?er.
Irish Aini'ricniis Said to Bo Ar-
raii^rin^ Prcliininariesfor
th«' Movement.
Krn?#»f !»terminH to Mold Out
Until All His Su|»i»lies Are
Kxliausted.
Capp. Towk. July 17.—When the
•ar i* over 10,000 Boera, chietly nat
uralized citizeua of tho Trannvaal, will
emigrate to the United States. Irish
Americana are arranging the prelimi
naries for this movement.
The InteHt Macluuladorp advices atate
that lVesident Kruger will refuae to
aurrender until hia rapplica are ex
hausted.
IN THE REST 01? SPIRITS.
lUporti of |hr Krrloua lllneM of Lord
Vtobrrta Inrorrcci.
Kr.w Y'M'.k, July 17. A dispatch to
The Herald from Pretoria nivs: Re
ports circulated in I/tndou and cabled
out here tliat I»rd lUljerta ia serioualy
ill are without foundation. Ah a mat
ter of fact, I see him walking and rid
ing about daily. The veteran field
marshal i* in th" l^st of «pirits, cheery,
active and youthful.
The lioer* coutinue within 10 nailea
of the Magdelbtirg range, near Pretoria.
Their laager* now extend fr nn the
I lago.i railway a- the Warsburg
line westwani.
Commandant Grobler, with the Zont
pnn*N-rg commando, Commandant
Lemmer and tier* are among the
leader-, while General li)tha lunw ll
ia wud to be encamped between Junkan
on the E:aud river, and Hartbeste
Sprr.it. The enemy'* total strength i*
varn'U-iy ««tunaied, but it l* proUibly
ab'Ut lo.wi men, with many guns.
As i-Bp^t Ue 1 oil previou* occasions,
the rio-t inaction of our main army
has given i:.,- enemy confidence, the
li.H raid* j» ciomtr m. The Boers
eiua^e in UK'..I aiilpuig iilid attempt
cut oil delacui u bodies of troopa. The
aitu.itijh .itiuoynig, but net without
urtua. t.nn/-r. wiia(e\er the eueiiiy'.
plans may ./••. and whet her they are
counting on in-ide help or uut.
HEAl.V l'Ii«INSANE.
C«|italu tie- Vr( u'ltxli ininliird
,ul Captain M. A. Ilealy of the
U 111 ted States revenue cutter McCul
locli wits vxamiutHl by the county board
of pli vMcuuia, w ho prouounoed him lu
*axie, and a c*mmitmeiit to au iihylum
was issued. The examination developed
that durii l.Mir years, while i'U wait
ing order*. ie was subject to many at
tacks of lUM'iuuia, histing from a week
to 10 day*. It ia thought he will be
«ent to Washington to the uaUuiml
aayluiu.
RECOMMENDED HY MILES.
I'rge. ll.tt Troop. He llnrrlrd Kroru th*
I'liil ip|lli«-a to 4 liin*.
WjwsHixtiToN, July 17. General Miles
bad an extended coiiicreiice with the
hecretarv of war. concerning the dis
patch of leinforivment* to Chiua. No
ktuti ineiit could be necured a* to the re
*ult of the coiilerence, but it is under
Bt«Hxt that Cfi'iiertil Mile* very strongly
urged tliat the troojia bo immediately
withdrawn from the Philippines, so
that a large army could l«e thrown iuto
Chiua within comparatively few day*,
instead of awaiting the slow proceases
of assembling an ariuy in thi* country
fUld Cuba and then getting it to China.
CONTROL THE FEDERATION.
Untitling
TrailM ouih-II Klwli
KILLED THE PETITIONERS.
Ctiinrae OWelnU Askotl V'rlnr* Tuaa to
1'rotect Forrlfnen.
Wasiii\«»ton, July 17.—Au unofficial
report ha* come to the attention of tho
Chinese otlicial* here to tho effect that
8,000 Chinese otlicial* at Pekin peti
tioned PriiKV Tuan to protect the
foreigner*, whereupon Princo Tuan
orlere«l all those who united in th« po
tition to be killtnL
LOSS OVER A MILLION
neat Portion of I'rracott, A. T., Vlpcd
Oat by Ffre.
i.scott, A. T., July 17.—Tottering
Iwall* und piles of iharred an«l burning
ris are all that acmain of the princi
business portiau of Presrott. Tho
which started ut 10:4.1 p. m. burned
•rcely until 3 a m., when tho fire
fight rs went *fm»» distance in advance
of the flames and blew up the buildings
tne aoutli side of Goodwin street,
ating the U^rues from crossing
hat street. The most conservative es
timar.. of the total loaaea are from
tl,XM',000 to $l,5tX),00J.
Th- burnel district embraces five
blocks in which were located tlie city'a
J*iuei]»al mercantile hou*-s, lxjth bunks,
jboth telegraph offices, the three news
four hotels, every saloon and
larery restaurant except one in the town,
bett'i- s scores of pr»vate residences. To
adU to th e prevailing glojm a
lltgh Wind If*. rr*T*il*d
all day, sending smoke, dust and bdfll*
lug embers in every direction, requir
ing tiie greatest vigilance to prevent
another outbreak of the flames. Ac
oordmg to the local insurance agents
the total insurance will not exceed
986o.' mi.
At daylight teams were at work haul.
ing lumber to the public plaza and
coV' r- it with tents and temporary
frai.i. buildings. Th»j occupants will
be r- adv for business in the morning.
Al. the sufferers from the fire are pro
•ide i with ffKKi, shelter and clothing,
and it ia not thought any outside assist
ance will le requestel.
The only busine*# houses remaining
in ti.e town are three dry goods stores,
three grocery stores aud twj drug
etorv•«. The expr.-sj» ami jostoffice were
botu outside the fire limit.
For two years Irn W. Keliey of Mane
fie!«!. Pa, was in poor health on account
of ki'ii.ey trouble. Ht» consulted several
phyni.'ihrmand spent considerable rroney
for n »-dicines without obtaining reliff
until t." trie«l Foley's Kidney Cure, and
now writes
44I
have
and
ou.noi iril an A*lutn.
1VI5T 1«ws!»kxi, Wash., July 17.—
Ljkiu compiuint of Dr. Garduer in
charge of the United States marine
de*ire to add my tMti
moi.y that it may bwthe causa of aiding
others."
"[Chris. Schitz.
A gHj,tnian recently cured of dys
peji-iM g»ve the following appropriate
rend-Ting of Hurna' famous blessing:
"Soiijh have meat and can cot eat, and
•onie have noDe tfiat want it: but we
meat and we can eat,—
Kodni Dyspe^ia Cure be thank
ed." I'hia preparation will digeet what
y»u eat. It instantly relieves and radi
onily enres indigestion and all stomach
disorders
COOKAOdxk.
Will Balld the Rttrmlro.
Faribai i t, Minn., July 17. —A tele
gram received from ex-Mayor Donald
(mint, who is now at Cedar
Support* Itryan and
Sl.wnion.
RlOiU'Aii, Va., July 17.—J. llaskiua
K dert*, cliairuum of the pulist party
the state of Virginia, announces his
puriK)#e to Mipport Bryan and Steveu
s u and say» he will use his utmost in
tlucnce to preveu. whe putting up of
aut^her electoral tu-ket in the state.
Thre*" Yonng Women Killed.
SHKI.BWIU.K, lud., July 17.—Three
v..ung women, ruling in a buggy, were
caught on the crowing aud killed by a
1 assengv tram one mile east of this
city. Two were sister- named Schlosa.
The other was Mis* Zol-el. All resided
at Prescott.
MrKitili-y Keturui lu Washington,
Canton. U., July IT. l*r-sideut Me*
K nley left Canton for Washington
ring the evening. He expects to l»e
u: sent from Cautou for only two or
ti.ree days.
Capt I. N. Bogardus
The Champion
Wlog Shot of the
World. Tells How
th* OQ1-
e*r*wftli* ttai[o llriaiirh.
Cnn *««. July 17 -lu the election of
otlicers of tho Federation of Labor the
building* trades council mtluenco had
oolitrol aud selected Its candidates by
au overwhelming majority. Aa a fur
ther endorsement of its policy in the
fight with the contractors, the buildiug
trudes council waa voted #o00 from tho
treasury of the Federation to aid in
caring for the families that are in want
through the loutf cuimuued atrikg ui
this city.
He Was Cured of
Elkhart, III., August jo. 1K99.
ThaDaddancdicin* Co.. Buffalo. N. Y.
(ientlewrfi: I had b**n .1 auffrrrr from Kld
ino Mkim for acvrral years, and It rapidly
(Irtrlonrd Into Drlfht'i Dliraw I was per
aiMdadtotake ItoiU'i Kklnrv Pill* and mu*t
*avtliatthry complctrly rt.storrd my klJnc»
fo ahcaKhy'conditinn and I attribute my prrs
•nt g*od health to IXxIJ a kidney Pill*, and
unhesitatingly recommend them to sudsrars
Iron Rheumatism or Kidney trouble.
Dndd'a ICldner Pill* con all
tlie Kidiifja.
Sold br all »1c.iUts In medi
cine. 50 coots a boxorna Voaes
for Sent 011 receipt of
price bv The DodtlA
Co., Bu*akn N. T.
That is the kind of shoes we
and will fit the feet. As to quality they are the very best that moneyflcanlbuy. We warrant our goods against ripping in the
ooming loose at the soles. Give ua a oall. J, J, DAHL & CO.
O. B. Kl.fKIDT.
AGENT
Rapids,
Ia.,
states that the contract for grading and
bridging the new extension of the 15ur
iitigton, (,'edar lliipids and Northern
railway from All» rt Lea to Faribault
has been awarded to the Faribault con
tractors, D. Graut & Co.
VV lnncr^e "fit the head.'iiYou can fit your heads elsewhere but shoes that are
lira. H.T.BALISBrRT,
U Follett 8U, Pawtucket,
R.
CStred cf Locomotor Ataxia.
H. V. WARNER,
MInden, Netx,
Cured o/ Paralytxt
JAMES 8HELTOX.
Bourbon, Ind.
CVretf 0/ frtralyn*.
U. II. SNYDER.
Lawrence, Kan.
(\rfd of Creeping I'aralyti*-
Mr*. MINNIE riEDLER,
Mt. Pleaunt, Iowa.
CVfed of Si. rtlue* Pomce.
Tl.t above are a few ea«c» from
hnnJp^Ja curej
ty
Center.
Presideo Vice President.
THE riADISON
State Bank,
fladlson, S. D.
••-V
k 0ESEHAL BAXKJXG HCSINLSS TfiANSACTJES
Farm Loans at LoWfst
•^•RATES^-'
LOUIS MALONEY,
Some of the Cored.
CHARLES W. TirPETT,
Tippecanoe*
Cured of Parolynt.
JOEL SnnEMAKETl,
North Yakima, Waab.
Cured of Locomotor Ataxia.
Mm. M.G WHITE.
Maaou, W.
Cured of Paralytis.
Mrs. HARRIET BEGOL
Ypellanti. Mich.
DEALER IN
"^7"i».es 5c Xjiq.uLors-
SIX FAILS Bins CO.
LE.
tiTMl
CVr«d«/ J^irttai J\iralyti$.
Mrs. EMILY SEAMAN,
SI HurTalo, N. Y.
Cure i .VertviM iVntrctfwn.
X^r. WMliamt'
Pick PlU*.
If
tou
ara a nerraua
wllmr. writ* «, Atfvtea wtu oeal
you Dothliig.
DR. F. N. PALMER,
DENTAL SURGED
Office ov«r W. A. Maokay bank.
MADISON SOUTH DAKOTA
FA It ME it A K Vlt'iEK,
ATTORKEYS C» UWSEtORS AT UW
OflSoain Hyndieato blook
MADISON SOUTH DAKOTA
W. A KOTIISCHILD,
DENTIST.
Office in Ii»tinon Cook l)lock.
PRICE FJVECE5TS
Sample Rooms, corner Ei:an Ave. and 4th St.
J. H. WlLLIAMtM
Severe
Nervous
Disorders
That Dr. Williams' Pick Pills
for Pale People have cured ob
stinate cases of locomotor ataxia,
partial paralysis, and St. Vitus'
dance, is the best evidence that
they will cure all lesser nervous
disorders, because the principle in
the treatment of all nervous dis
eases is the same. Nervousness is
a question of nutrition. Food for
the nerves is what is needed and
the best nerve food in the world
Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills
for Pale People
Dr. Wittiaifu' Pink Pills for Pals Peeplc
are ae«tr
sold b) the dozen crhundred, tut al»»t in pack
age*. Atall druagicts. or direct from the Or. Wil
liant Medicine Companv. Scheaectad), N. Y.. 60
cents per boi. 6 boies 2.60.
tuiits »HtKt
AlI
£LSt FAil.
v r- 'e^i. VI
In t\r»-v\ t»v
A
ak«.-<p></p>XLE
^.'.ort ro.u.c
JAand light loads.
'ood for everything
tliat runt on wheels.
Sold Everywhere.
Ka4« by STAIfDARD Oil. CO.
handle, not shoes to "catch the eye" or
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