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Li0,is in the Chinese
\ny Moment.
I of a
Chinese trouble and dis
jS hutjcct la now proceed.
n ctated that Li Hun#
:at Shanghai and nnotfi.
tlwt reach here indicate
likely to leave for Pekiug
liug rtiKirts to the con-
NCllF AND TAW.
tionarl** Killed Thmrm Abool
July JI.
•:vs, Jkjt. 10.—The mate
:s in receipt of a cablegram
1 States Coiit»ul (.ien-rul
,r SiiAUghai dated Sept. 7.
.. deaths about July :il at
.Taku ut the following mis-
He v. and M». C. W. I'rice
Florence, Rev. aul Mr*.
nud two children. Rev.
1T. Clllpp, Rev. lieorge I~
Ikv. T. W. Davis, Miss
i ttud Miss Mary ll Fwt-
r:rae«t
hns notified the ro
nary N.ardsof which the
ihim!* rs and their la
possible.
Kird mentioned in thf di*
K AVt-ua liird, sister of
"i.iril vice precideut of the
M..wttake«- and St. Paul rail
'•.'»» aUmt 5U years old. Her
lireenlield, Wis., but alio
China M-ven yearn, having
SST'UINRY XIJHJII
her gradua
U-rhn. Ljbe «U stationed
rovince.
'I UK SlITKKSSKK.
,1!
rig Kmif IiMint on Holding
l»r»g4j«, 1'roevulnu,
Sept. 10.—Owing to ail.
•f disturbances at the rt
foust
ud hare »eeu confined to
Six Maxims are also in
have leen ordered to sup
•ra*ron proce*Hii.nt but tho
'are
tla'y
mast
1
r,
tsA(,K
h" »•*.
K
::i. ,jT
rnmnrritiii^o 1
Mud-
Lr liii at an
Impor­
tant oiut.
imnts
of Interesting
llir An* Expected at
Commission to
piflVrenees Cndei^
jJisciission.
-iT Sept. 10.—There were
.. I developments over night
"'t.fv situation. Takahira.
uiiuistiT, railed at tho
,uu nt to talk over the condi
\:tiug Secretary Hill. The
hc had nothing uow from
j» the Chinese trouble.
1 ji» ij to U-licTO that the
iiavi now reached another
v.lipBRUts of importance
the ii.tture of which it is
it pres- nt to even oniliue.
,-.tthntthe state department
-iving a good »tteu«
:ras.-iu:i of the personnel
..ion to adjust Mime phases,
of lanterns, clal*
"itiutiK have been made tu
ventualities. The troops
rved
with
lo rounds of hull
hold
it tu
lothoritieg.
[0|
Nt*Kl»El»
AT AMUV.
Again at LIlHirly, Will
Iv
Sept.
IO.-AS
result
tuwul of the forcigh ma
U V" ^ct'uK Secretary
tL,®° H«-ar Admiral Hemey
fat V'at
tlu
Kuuboat Castino is
The Castlne, it
riil( T.
BS 86111 to
tJk'ut l^°
A»uuy
Il11
a
^or purjiomj of
wi© coutlitious ut that
1
Htine will firobftbly re-
HOCK 11 ILL.
rtl,i,lg yu,e|
jM w M|
FMlIV NHr»«w-t
hi,,..
'^Nato'irn'1'
1,
1
~ActlnK
"iithorizeu the an*
k' |.'
1!
u t,
lvKriim
l^tates^i
'°intj
1Hk, s
from Com-
tluU'd
^««Khai.
Ulssionarie»
lt''
Ti7^
urriv-
Ul1^
the unrthweKt
v,'rywhere
alouK tho
#Uf
n"rthwcHt
provinces
disturbance.
A eOHl'ROHISB,
I'l
II. Tr
n ,U
.V!«
N s
Portion of
«n I'okloy.
l0-—H s
asserted by
UUH
ofllee, according
ct,rreH|Hudont of The
aKfeed
to a
compromihc, leavinir a nurrum *i
nuJ
t:z^zh"h
w u e
«'*rin*ny,« l. iii»n«tratlof»,
FMtfjx, Sept. 10.—From tho present
ln..ra, „,,„» ,,f ,11C na,,,,
Oeruian\ will make the strongest naval
deinonstratidn ever made at Shanghai,
numely, lo warhhipji, with
3.200 meu
an. li KU11S. Of these vesscds, four
wi.l be lar^e cruisers, four others will
he smaller, and two will be Kunboatn.
H»v«- Withdrawn 1 rum Aimij.
HEX. KOMI, bept. 10.—Both the
ontitih an«l Japanese muriucK were
withdrawn from Amoy, and everything
is quiet i*.i the city. The ChineM
IUV
patrollinK Kuh l^an# Tnu. Seven for
eiKn nien-of-wur arc lying off the har.
JAPAK*8 ATTITUDE.
^1™* Wit* t'nllrd siHtrd t'p to a C«r
t»ln I'oim,
WASHLSR T, N,
Sept.
10.
"Japan'*
posititn in tej/ard to China," wiid n
Kovernment ollicial, who is entirely
converwint witli tliat subject, "ig very
simple JajAU has placed all her cords
above the Ili-r purfwincs toward
China ure identical with those of th'.
United Mates up tu a certain point,
and that point is something that is rot
In contemplation in the present cor
resp"ndeiiee between ta- j*\vers.
"If, howeviT, wur»f should come to
Worst, and it l»e found impossible to
settle th*» difficulty on the basis desired
by tho United States and
HO
warmly ajn
proved by Japan, then, in the event of
}artition, Jaj.au has given notice that
the taking of a sphere of influence alxmt
Anioy or the province of Fukien would
he regarded as an unfriendly act. Ja
pan could never net* this territory fall
into hostile bauds, or into what might
In-come a iart of hostile combination
against her."
NO FOREIGNERS REMAIN.
of VhSM at I'm ro situ
Inkoown.
WASHIXOTOX, Sept. 10.—The state
de]artment has issued the following:
Tne state (iejartment is iu receipt of
a telegram from Consul Fowkr at Che
Fo" staling that he hal reputedly
urged the governnnnt to send couriers
to Pa« Ting Fu. The government now
replies that there is not cue foreigner
in l'a T»tii» Fu. L'nable to get prMfs
of missionaries' fate until relels exter
minated by Li Hung Chang, whose ex
pedition goes north shortly.
Von firttrler*.
SERUM, Sept. 10.—A dispatch from
£h*nghai dated Friday, Sept. T, says:
The stall surgeon of the German lega
tion aniuunccs that an ex:iminntion
shows the cause of laron von Kettel
er's death to have leeu a bullet through
the neck which must have beeu to*
•tantaueouslv fatal.
HAILROAUS WANT l'AV.
Oot Tirr«l of lloullnir Natlontl Con
dld.tr* for Nothing.
CHICAGO, S«pt. 10.—Ha'.lroadsoperat
ing south of tho Ohio and East of the
Mississippi have departed from tho
time honored campaign year custom ot
gratuitously wheeling presidential and
vic»» presidential candidates and their
retinues about their territory on elec
tioneering rXi»ediUous. Tins year they
want money for hauling candidates
*In cial trains, and they have agreed
among themselves to stand out for a
fixed rate
J*T
train mile. The national
committees of the 1Umocratic and Re
publican parties have been notillcd of
the railroads action.
Railroad officials in Chicago say that
they would not K- surprised if the lines
north of the Ohio, individually or
jointly, would follow the example set
by tho lines iu the South.
SENATOR HI MI SPEAKS.
Deliver, on A«Ulr«'.. lo Wlilrl, He
air* III. l.«yoltjr to llrynn.
HF.KKIMEK, X. V., Sept. 10. —Ex-Sen
ator Hill's apitearance here occasioned
something of a sensation in political
circles. He canie ostensibly to visit his
old friend, ex-Judge Karl of that place.
He was greeted by Judge Karl at the
Central dejK.t and went with him to the
Palmer House, where they had dinner
together. In the evening the F'ort band
wrcuaded Mr. Hill ami a large crowd
of citi/.eus assembled. He was intro
duced by Judge 1-isrl an«i made u sjieech
the chief feature of which was his^re
iterated declarations in support, of Mr.
liryau.
SHOWS
Scc
A lJECREA**.
|Ak« Oaf^rlor Tr.mc F»r Augu.l »«.ly
3.:i4,?T4 Tow*
l)ri t'TH. Sept. 10.-Lnst month's
freight traffic of Lake Superior amount
ed to :t,T 14.714 tons.which was a lal tug
off of about per cent troni the highest
total, that of the preceding month.
This was due to a smaller business in
both iron ore and grain- 1 here have
„»,«• into .».»•«« "f 1-^'
Sul-""r
than H'I, JtH),000 tons
date this year more mil i«,«
of freight, or more than in ..i euilit
season of navigation prior u
there are still threo moutli* to noor
om.
That are W inners.
tL iS-.
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA, MONDAY, SKITEMHER 10,1900.
MAY BE LYNCHED
Trio of Footpads at La Crosse
Deliberately Kill a Police
man on Duty.
Murderers Escape but an Anjjry
l'osse 1» Actively Scouring
the Country.
Evidently the Gang Which Has
Been Working in Iowa and
Minnesota.
LA CROSSE, Wis., Sept. 10.—One of
the most dastardly crimes in the his
tory of La Crosso was committed about
l:.'iua. m., when Patrolmau Perry (rates
was shot dead by a trio ol' thieves
whom he was about to arrest for hold
ing up a man on tho La Crescent
bridge, leading from this city, and rob
bing him of The men came to the
city and it was tho intention of the
officers to arrest th© thieves at the
wagon bridge.
Cm their way to the bridgo they met
tho robbers and Gates ordered them to
halt, whereupon all three lined up ou
tho sidewalk and pulling their revol
vers lired at the policeman. All the
shots struck him, one ou each arm and
the other in the abdomen. Gates fell
out of tho patrol wagon and dropjed
dead on the ground. The shots fright
ened the homes and his companion ofli
cer, Schuln.-rt, Was unable to control
them and they ran away.
Scores of men nro scouring the coun
try, some armed with Winchesters,
and if the murderers are caught there
is a stronc: probability of a lynching
bee.
Tho men are evidently the gang who
have been Working in Minnesota and
Ijwa and have some bad crimes charged
up to tin-in or they would not resort to
fSch desi*.rate means of escape.
BRITISH MOVEMENTS.
Lord Hubert. I(rp"rt* Ibc Oceapatloti
of l^ilvubarg.
Loxiox, frej t. 10.—The following
dispatch has Le**u received at the war
office from Lord berts:
"Belfast, Sept. ».—inn Hamilton suc
ceeded iu turning th© boern' right
flank, clearing the way for Hulier's ad
vance.
"Dundouul i and Brocitleiittrst occu
pied Lvdetiburg "i'hui sday.
"Tlu- lioers are ,iht up and pome
northward and eastward. M»t of the
guns and utores have teen sent to Kru
gerspost.
"Hart, who is operating southwest of
Krtigersdorp, reports that among the
dead lio»-rs left on the field it is be
lieved that the body of Theron was
found."
Commandant Theron of the Boer
army was known as a great scout. It
was he who commanded tho Boer fly
ing patrol that derailed and burned,
early in August, near Houigspruit, the
tram carrying I nited States Consul
Stowe and llyiug tho fctars ami Stripes,
Krugerspost is a small town about 20
miles north by east of Ly den burg.
Iew«»t »nI Ttieron Join Force*.
PKETOUIA, Sept. 10.—It is stated that
General Dowet has joined Theron in
the neighborhood of Johannesburg and
that the total Boer force there numbers
l,."t00. The enemy is holding a ]o6ition
in the high hills south of tho town. A
considerable force is now is psrauit.
The Boers have no artillery.
3H KlEKKI HY BLACKS,
Thlflwu I'l ople Meet Terrible FMo la
New South \V*l«i.
VAKCOUVKK, B. C., Sept. 10,—Mail
advices troiu Australia by the steamer
Warimoo rcjiort an atrocious series of
murders in the country district of New
South Wales by a baud of blacks. Tho
murderers first entered tho Mawlev
homestead at Gottadaguv, where sev
eral young ladies were living. The in
mates were killed in their beds. Tho
blacks after the terrible butchery fled
through tho settlements on stolen
horses, murdering and robbing as they
went. They wore chased by 1,01*0 voi
unteer policemen and Vi bloodhounds
anil two out of six of tho gang only
have boon captured. The bodies of
their victims hud been mutilated with
hatchets. In all 13 people were mur
dered.
Mttnitoliiiii T«»wi, Scorched.
WfNNO'Ko, Sept. «).—Fire at Oak
Lake did £00,i00 damage, destroying
the Manitoba hotel, HolliweH's imple
ment warehouse, H. Thompson's store.
Graiue's harness shop, Orr's jowolry,
Andrews' bank, Stevens coufeotionery
Mid the pest office mostly insured.
linn, llejolnt'd Their Ship*.
LOXIHIN, Sept. 10.—The British nd
niiralty announces that the members of
the naval brigade who participated iu
the relief of Peking have rejoiuod their
•hips.
ua a oall.
CM«
SEVERE 1R0PICAL STORM.
Bre»t Damage Done Along th« CoMt of
Florida.
MIAMI, Fla. Sept. 10.—The tropical
hurricane which has done considerable
uamage on the islands of Jamaica and
(Duba struck the Florida coast Wednes
day, the wind at one time reaching a
Velocity of nearly 1"0 miles an hour.
It is feared that the crews of at least
two vessels were swept overboard abj-ut
B0 miles south of here. No damage was
done at Miami. The telegraph wires
were blown down and this part of the
coast wa: cut oft' from the outside
World since Wednesday night.
The barkentine Culboon, Captain
Richards, of St. Johns, N. B., laden
with a big load of tine lumber, is
fcshoro five miles south of Casvfoot
light, about 35 miles south of Miami.
She is waterlogged. Tiie Culboon was
driven by the force of the waves over
one of the reefs forming the inner pas
sage and is lying in feet of water.
Nothing has been heard of her crew.
The Culdoon encountered the hurricane
Wednesday morning. At 10:20, after
losing her rudder and nearly all her
canvass, the vessel was hurled
KKW HULI'-ANS, Sept. 10.—The storm
which ^as been exacted for several
days materialized during the day and
all the southern coast of Louisiana has
been swept. Dr. R. H. Burlord and
Superintendent Richard ^uinn, gov
ernmeut officers at Fort St. Phillip,
went down the river in a cutboat on
Thursday evening, and the boat has
\een found floating bottom up. They
unquestionably drowned.
Blew Fifty Mile, on IlaW
PAS? CHKISTIAN.MISS., Sept. 10.—The
predicted windstorm reached its height
at ti p. in., und for an hour it blew at
about ou miles an hour, accompanied
by a heavy rainfall. Ail vessels in the
harbor rode through safely and very
little damage was
done.
\o Keller for 4t \sr».
hfid brouchitis for twenty years,"
said Mrs. Minerva Smith of DauvJle. 111.,
"HD'i at times bavs been brdfunt, I
never relief uutiljl had taken Fo ley's
llo: V rtfld 'PtK. It IP pleHi-hht Hlid tflVeR
-jmtrt rolie', and is a sure cure for throat
hlid iODg diseases." Tune nothing elf=e.
Cnni-. S-anz.
Three progressive nations cf the world
are the great food consuming nations.
Good food well digested gives strength.
If you cannot digest sll you eat. you
need Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests
what yr»u eat. You need not diet your
self. It contains all of th#» digestantp
con,bmed with the b«*st known tonics
itr.d reconstructive^. It wKl even digest
all classes of foods in bottle. No other
{•reparation will do this. It instantly
rei'eves atid quickly caret oil stomach
tr ibies,
COOK IT OPRK
AH«J R«lv#r*on of West Prairie, Wis.,
siijs: "People come ten miles to buy
i^y's Kidney Cure." while I. A. Spero,
of Heimer, Ind., says: "it is tba iu#di
cid wonder of the age."'
Cnma. Sen era
Colonel Sha^r Nuntnatod.
WATBKTOW.N,N. Y.. Sept. v— Colonel
A'bort D. Shaw has Iwu nominated by
the Republicans of the Twenty-fourth
congressional district for representa
tive in the Fifty-sixth congress to fill
tho vacancy caused by the death ot
Charles Chickering and for representa
tive iu the Fifty-seventh congrew at
the convention held iu this city.
One of the most danger
ous and repulsive
forms of Kidney
piscase is
Ro
Ps
U. B. KENKEDT.
Y
for which
I'odd's Kidney
Tills are the only
certain cure In Dropsy
the Kidneys are actually
damme up, and the water,
which should be expelled in the
form of urine, flows back and
lodges in the cells of the flesh
and pulls out the skin. Remove
the filth which plugs up the
drain. Restore the Kidneys to
tiealtli. There is ouly one Kidney
Medicine
DODO'S
KIDNEY
PILLS.
.. That is the kind of shoes we handle/not shoes to "catch the eye" or
'"fit theihead." You can
'ectand win *u A« to auality they are the very.best that money can buy. Wewarrantour goods against ripping in the
State
A
UJKHI
the
rocks. The vessel and cargo may be
saved. The Culboon sailed from Pas
cagoula, Mi-s., Aug. and was bound
for Rosario, Argt-n tine Republic.
Three miles south of the Culboon is a
lumber laden bark which stranded dur
ing tue mght of the 5th. The erevr, it
is feared, was swept overboard during
the storm. The vessel is thought to be
Norwegian.
LonUlano Slot-to Impt,
TX7"i:EL=s
FRED KURTH
lit
Dealer in
CIGARS.
Step in and try a glass ol tit©
famous JOHN GUXD Beer
Prtaiden Vice President,
THE riADISON
fladison, S. D.
Sz
AGENT FOR-^-^
SIOUX FALLS BREWING CO.
DOES MUCH.
GRACB LAMPHERE.
WlneTordO1
of Cardui not only cures Jbut it acts AT ONCE. Here is a case
of ten years' standing, and yet one single dose made the suiTerer teel better,
and st' ppe.1 the pain. The Wine goes straight to the seat of the troubie.
It acts directlv up :n the menstrual and genital organs. Its action is n-'-t
vir.'.ent, and it d-es not force a result. It simply pnes Natu-e that little
assistance that the suirerer's system lacks. A* single disorder in the
feminine orcans sprea.is many disorders all over the body, and when the
Wine cures the source, all the other ills vanish as a nutter of course. A
woman can be her u\vn physician and cure herself at me. Local ex
aminations are largely things of the
.ist—the obnoxious custom is no
longer necessary. Wine of Cardui
is the only perfectly safe and si:re
vegetable Wine nude t4av tor
the cure
of
lABKS' ADVISORY OEFAATMIRT.
F«"ra. v:.v a .•*«.«* ••••y.r.ng orecial
A V.:.J :-!•T.-.M*.
tit.i, ii
if}.
i. ihf i mrTtMHioA
SLtilci.lE Ctt.. Chattanooga. Ten
Druggists sell Large Bottles for S1.06.
WINE OF CARDUI
JAS. REGAN,
PRICE FIVE CEMS
GENERAL BASKING UCSINISS TRANSACT!®
Farm Loans at Lo\A/?si
•^RATES^1-'
LOUIS MALONEY,
DEALER IN
Fashionable Tailor.
BusiflesslSuits, $16 up.
Firefe-cla^'work. Yonr orders solicited
CITY
your heads elsewhere but shoes that are
J. H. W]LL)AKBOR
ILiq.*uLors,
Sample Room*, corner Egan Am anil 4th St.
WIN
E OF CARDUU
A LITTLE
BOOJTB, ICWA, Dec. 14.
No tonjm® e»n tell *rh*t I have endured
In the jast ten years with my monthly sick
tie»s. While su3erinir untold »srony, a
friend called ar.d recommended Wine erf
Csriui. I «ent for a hottie, and Oh! what
relief. After the first doso I began to fe«|
b«tt«r and have had no pain aince.
illiS.
"female troubles".
MEAT MARKET,
JOHNT SCHCLTZ Proprietor.
K^ep constantly on hand a full
line of
Fresa am sores mess
Fish, fowl and Gama season.
Esran avenue.
J. J. DAHL & CO

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