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hiiiicrs lt v 1 1800. KO EFFECT per Cent Increase Fails to Induce Return. Work Now Than iVA Tiiin* Since Vi Strike v is Inaugurated. trials Say Operators' IJ Miht Bt* Considered in convent Ion. Pa., Oot. S. President u» noon: ,r L. is practically complete ,,.11 lw no resumption of tliert- lirst being a cou ,,M ntiug i-Tory colliery in tl. lltlti. The prediction ^aM.'Ution would be paid sj,...-t«d 10t rej ured to issue a evili tu.u, n«-r does he coutem .. t:«i' the issuance of such n .: t] there i* nothing in tho jrtseUt which Would bUK'- L»j»s!y I «)f t'Ue^c "J7 have been hbut '.unt of tnrafHcieat operat- it- mine rs accept the incrcaso :i su!!icu nt number to re us cannot be foretold at i^rt at Schuylkill, where •"'s tuiues are locateil, rut her i'-.t the luen will follow tho :iie United Mine Workers away frcjin the collieries. Mitchell waa uot informed 'if-' advunce vmhvh and ,!1 «hus unveil is that ihe Work- r« will roccivo no from the uiino owners. i M. S1ILL ID LB. ui"1 taut liOUie, nlf.cu .l a ju,lt.tiou o,clcrs •be u,u,', wL„u^: "iir woman bed 111^' (Jl Ui Jllld il tug mi mcreaM o, to u. «.! lth V in, the Mi.ii.i.jc lu.i.*, tin nt i'j tii^ tuuin.ug. IXLK Owliloii jr by the Heading idling a 10 pet cent ad- ,,v. true. K (ram the Panther Cr'-c fc t(- that this heretofore iin jftum of the anthracite r« jared its jutentiou of su»- rn:iotis at once." !. Jiitchell Kiid latW that ihuK th«* report« to the con- 11 I ruiKinrf together s, tat he intimated tlint unijjht develop at auv time .(1 require him to i«sne a :ir. ntion n a day's notice. my that ho ia looking for turu iti the situation. TKN I'KR CKNT. )h» Kt-»lluff Cnuipailjr Civ. nf InrrvMvd Wtgrt, Uct. 2. An offer of 10 per cent in miner's ':.:eu made by t^e Philadel iditiK' Coal and Irou com* us move, it is stated, will by every colliery in the an- It i« expected by the •..at tins increase in wapes .-factory to the »uen and they mtuers will take advan rise and return to work, •rations will, 1U this event, :. imjetu* and mine owners j-uU' tiuit there wiil ... nsumptiou of all the col that they will soon have aij.lvtuj' nt of workers. The asid li- iulin^ operate la t'umptnjr't "HI,, ||ms Kg t.ffrct. \l'a., u. t. a. AlthoUKh au- 1 the nuuurouM collier- i iTtum of the Niuth United TS district attempted to ir miuc* duriug the woru ««v men went to work c.vjK.cteii there would be a luploj i-nof the Readiug ir ,!l cumji iuy ift g0 under account of the couii«iuy '•1 iiierea.se of jo per cent on u,: iiiK» of men aud boy», but il!-i'i'lMuited. If anythiUK. -li-"\ve«l up at tho Heading ^"rkiiixs than at other oj»- Ul,K to the Htrikers and ii U| '!avin^ canvassed tlie L" a "'orougiily after tho post x'Uij,any'h notices, inform of tho concesaion. The I"'intel out that nothing -nit u remnnablo reduction °t J^^der, the abolishment K *scale or tlie granung: of ^"ceasiona. U s A A I N AT wokk. nJ Nan.( llItoM M*Q lnducftd •niu Wurk. iv, .i1'1'' (Jct- •i l!.—Another ,li«i«i?,tt p^dee collier- U'cr 118 l'll\ objective point, uiinK the iiK Jmuers from Freelaud 41Uin,or at 1 u. ni. aud a not out from pluce. Tpv two h'O nil- im.r.i w,,Mir« l«w Kauiu Shoe Pall Iciti, Of General liuller should succeed I)rd Roberts in Niuth Africa. He will be the seuior cilicer there when the field marshal leaves aud there are fevers! others who rapk before Kitchener. KEHSEH Sf. cu"iud» Their arnval at Lattim«r cansed great c,mm,,t»on. N,ai]y evor ^Z ami ciuld was roused out of lhemurchei. adopted tho Hume tactus as were employed at Ha/.lobrook w,,,fK» «ulu« to the home of all non- union luuieih und quietly taking them to lefrain liuiu c.iutiuuiiig at work. sti lkct'h claim tiicy Miccet ata l^ttiug nearly 4uu men to quit, nt ^lit'imtnlo ili AIMH ^Jir.NAMKMH, O i. 3.-The notice by tue Pniiitoel uia and Heac 1 »u«} any auuounc- IU per cent was ignore*! by «ny iiony ot Uuiing the Al I UrljEyrr Jud^-u D:iy, lil 1 'f •^i«'tji^er CIM», haq (•i»i«»u «u Javor i hr-8 (kore that the ar 11r.it just returned .an the claimant, uu-l Hayti jay an indemnity of jW j,o.)o. 'lhis en*- wa^ fiil-imttea to arbitration iu accordance with u treaty drawn a year ago between Secreti.rv Hay ami Minister Leger. The claim for indem nity was made by John 1). Met/.-er «Sr Uo an Atnericau firm, on aeeount of the seizure and cale of their poods at Port an Trincv for tho nun-payment of Certain lieenaes and account of nn al leged failure to turnidi them with an adequate suiqiv of wat for the oper ation of their mill ut l' rt au Prince, and ou account of a quantity of lumber alleged to have been sold bv them for the relief committee ou the occasion of the devastation by tire of Juoniel. Tho treaty requires the llavtieu legislature to provide for the payment of tho judg ment within atx month*. CLKVKR FOIJTir\L SfOVR. Aaoounrrm.iit of Lord Kotiert.' CrMDo. lion to Commandsr*ln-f hl«f. NKW YOICK, (Jet. 2.—The ap|oint inent of L-r i Koberts to succeed Lord Wolseley ax command-T-in-chief of the I'ritisii army had all along been ex jiected, says the London correspondent of The Tribune, but the otliciai au nounceiiient just made can only be re garded, lu view of the gcucral election, as a clever jolitical maneuver. With Lord Robert* a* commander-in-chief the question jf appointing a uew secre tary for war will be rid need in iniTK r fauce as tho vury fact of the hero of the bonth African campaign being iu su preme command vl the military forces, will be in itself a guarautee of war olHce reforma. AN INJUNCTION. Juitgr S«*»ii»»n Hi'iitlrr* Orri.lou I »»or Inj lluoh« l»liii|». Mif.wAi'Kr.K, Oct. 2.—The application of the Chicago board of traiie for a temporary injuncting reatraining the Milwaukee outside commission men and brokers from making use of the Chicago quotations has been .denied v Judge fck-aiuau. The answers of the brokers, tlto court said, raises an issue as to whether the board of trade ha? not lost its right of property iu the quotations lv publication, which can only be dett runned by the taking ot proof*. And uutil the proofs are taken u n e e a n i o e o a u u injuctioii appear* a reatraming ord will uot be granted, ihe case will be •eat to ft referee to take testimony. IUELAND IN I KKVIKWKD. ftaya (lie I'U|M I. I lrmnl With hurch ('••iiHIIiona In Xr* ln-|»rBd*iirle*. L«»NUUX, (Jet. 2. Archbishop Ireland, who has arrived hero from Rome on liis way to the I. nited Stuteu, iu au in terview is quoted us saying: "Iu one of the audiences which ho granted me the pope said: 'Wo are well pleased with the rela tious of the American government to the church in Cuba and the Philippines. The American government gives proof of good will and exhibits a spirit ot jus ticiM.ua for tu liberty aud rights of the church. \ou will thank in my name the resident of the repub lic for what is being done. AfUlnNlriu'a Former K*cret»ry H«p#. NEW YOKK. Oct. 2.-Sexto L-jpez formerly secretary and confident of (Jeueral Agumaldo, arrival here on the Cuuarder Campania. 18 suul t0 have come here at the inv.tatiou i'iske Warren and he expect to the people the Fihpiuoi aide tueir with this country. Hrlti.li Hec»|»(«r'' myH. moruiug. About tiuw* LMDON. l)et. 2 A dispatch from Lord Roberts, diited sumlay, -cpt. "Kundlo's troops tho BtthK hem district have recaptured tr,Jia th UtHTH a mountain battery gun, lost at Nicholson's Nek, aud also(m.OJUrounds gf Martiui-lUury ummunitiuu. Winter Shoea have arrirerl ami u u.«»l l'»v« »I"' »i-M up noma SNAPS and are to 'RS "*E "•U- hine k .:v .4, MEN'S KHOKK art- In' lv''" Bargains i I .•• •%,-• :ar/'-i i 'i- V MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA, TUESOAY, OCTOBER 2, 1900. FOOR ARE KILLED Further Details of the Disaster to American Troops ou Mariiiquque Island. Captain Shields in Command Said to Be Among Those Who Lost Their Lives. Foujrht for Three Hours Until Ammunition Gave Out and Then Surrendered. MAKILA, Friday, Sept. 28 —Via Hong Kong, Oct. 21.—Persistent native re ports, which are generally believed, have been current in Muniia for s- veral days to the effect that Captain Dever eaux Shields, aud Company F, of the Twenty-ninth regiment of infantry, consisting of o4 men, stationel at Boag, Manndique island, embarked Sept. 12 on the gunboat and landed on the Xiurimlique coast, September 14, where J(JO of the enemy, armed with rifles, supposedly from Luzon, surprised the Americans. The latter fought for several hours, uutil their ammunition was exhausted, after which they were overpowered und surrendered, relief being impossible. At least Four €»f tlie holdler. Were Killed, amcng whom, according to report.-, was Captaiu Shields. The Americans also had several wounded. Lieutenant Hates of the staff on board the gunboat Yorktown left Manila Monday. After gathering troops at Lataugas they pro ceeded to Manndique to verify the re ports regarding the fate of Captain Shields aud his men, aud, iu case the native rumors were well founded, to punish tho rebels aud release the cap tives. News from this expedition is awaited with some anxiety at Manila. Iu the meantime the censor prohibits the trunsmisaiun of news concerning the affair. DESERTER'S DEED. MWf of Liwton'i Death Told by Troop«-r of the Eleventh Cmlrjr, CHICAGO, Oct. 2.—A special to the Record from Salt Lake, Utah, says: Leon May hut*, a private in troop I, Eleventh United States cavalry, who has returned from the Philippines', was present when General Henry W. Law ton was killed last December, near San Mateo. Ho saw tho shot fired and de clares that the man who aimed the rifle was a deserter from tho American army. Ho Miid: "General Lawton took our troops from the Eleventh cavalry, as scouts when he came down from tho north to capture Sau Mateo. He planed the bat tle for Dec. !".» and ou the night before, at 11:^0, wo proceeded toward the town, travelling 2 i miles. We rtached the outskirts of tho city at daylight and firing began about i o'clock. "i was with the skirmish lino within 50 yards of General Lawton, and we saw a man iu black trousers, showing conspicuously among tho white uni forms of the insurgent officers, come out on the tower of the church. He surveyed the ground on which we stood very carefully then raised his musket and fired. At that instant Goueral Law ton. who was dismounting, moved bis hand across his face as if to brush away an insect aud sank to his knees. ••We found iu the church about 100 yards of tolograph tape, which inter preted showed that (Jeueral Del Pilar aud an American had been iu command of the insurgents. Thatuight word was brought iu from tho insurgent line that they intended capturing Lawton's body. We knew then had there uot been an American in that company who saw him fall the Filipinos would nol have known he was dead. MANILA POLICE ORDERS, General ,M«rArtlmr Amends Kegulattoaa for the Cltj tiuvernment. WASHINGTON, Oct. 2.—General Mac Arthur has issued the following general order for the better government of the city of Manila: "Existing orders requiring residents of the city of Mauila to coufine them selves to their homes after 10 o'clock p. in., are hereby amend ed to extend the hour to 11 o'clock p. ni., after which hour tue streets of the city will bo cleared by tho police. Saloons will be closed at 10 o'clock p. ni.. and the sale of liquors prohibited after that hour. .. ar— Kr.cuIMI Twenty-nine Seaman, KF.W YOUK, Oct, 2.—The Brfttsh trauip steamer Glengoil, which arrived from Alexandria, Egypt, aud other ports iu the Mediterranean, brought into port 2!) shipwrecked seamen, taken from tho Finish ship Nonpareil on Sept. 22. The vessel foundered shortly after thev ubandotiod her. s,l°w" y V AT WEST .i Mr. Rryan ^pr/zT^Vi/.'SK ,.••-* .V.* "'t Wis., where he had spent the ^jnight, he fr und the train quite elabo rately decorated. The Minnesota state committee had taken the matter in hand and the national candidate was confronted with a picture cf himself in the place of the headlight on the loc* mot.ve, whwe bunting fluttered from ielfco't every available spot on the ma chin'. "The Rambler," the living car of tL? train, was also gay in its dressing of national colors. The first speech of the day was de livered from the verandc of the West Superior hotel, in West Suyiermr. He begbii his first speech there at a few tuinutts before ft o'clock aud he spoke for Lalf an hour to a large audience, well representing the varied interests whil center at that point. He received close attention and was awarded fre quent applause. His speech dealt espe cially with the trust question, and he made esjiecial reference to the combi nation of rhe flour interests. Lryau spoke at West Duluth for ten minutes, sayintr that the Republi can party bad not only reached the point at which they wanted not only to revise the constitution hut a-so the ten commandments. Pin- City Democrats had a platform readvf. Bryan. It was decorated with American flags of various sizes, and engravings of Bryan and Lincoln. TLe public school children attended in a bo-!y. Iiud and Bryan spoke there. It wa- a holiday in Pine City. Every store in the place was closed, and the whole population was at the meeting with a brass band. (anal:an aervues Contingent &aiU. CAI'E TOWN. Oct. 2.—The Canadian contingent under Colonel Pelleties, sailed during the day on board the transport Idaho. The people of Cape Town accorded them a splendid iu promi-tu reception, the mayor voicing the thauks of rhe city for tceir brilliant l.„ •i-OJ A! !en alter son of West Prairie. Wia., sajs: "l'«)p]ecftnie ten miles to buy Fole's Kidney Cure," while J. A. Spero, of H«lmer, Ind., says: "It is the medi onl wocder of the age." •?•"*.£ '.s7'S"™- ^"'.'J: SUPERIOR. fe)Jrer* an Early Morning Aridre.a, IXU'TII, Oct. 2.—When Mr. Bryan returned to his train from West Supe rior, CHRIS. SCHCTB. TL jr^e* progressive cations of the world are tl.» great food consuming nations. Good ,od well digested gives strength. If cannot digest all you eat, you need .kouoi Dyspepsia Cure. It diges's what y on eat. You nee.1 not diet your nelf. It contains all of the digestar.ts couihined with the best known tonics arsd reconstructives. It will even digest all classes of foods in a bottle. No other (•reparation will do this. It instantly reheves and quickly cures all stomach troubles. COOK ODKK HIGHLANDERS KILLED. Di«ut«r to llrltl.h Troop* While itroying lion Ammunition. LOVKENZ' AHVI'KS UII 2.—-An ex plosion occum u at K matipoort while the British were destroying the Boer ammunition, resulting in the death of •j the Ocrson Hiw* .. rs aud the w r.U'iiUtf si others. PHKTCH.A Oct, 2.—' Pi well has arrived here rn.'ind cf the police •M-ral Baden. t:ike com* tne Transvaal •-. where il is e 12,0v 0 iu ar.'. Oraugt Rive cr r. i c*ed tc n.asu'uiu a mi a. Secretary Rnal ot,v ilf.clns. WASHINGTON. C.'t. -Secretary K t. whe has I et*n lis i.: v U. B. KsifKXUT. Pnvidec utnauipton. I fcr gevtin. wi«•!»-. reported i» be ccnvoletc*ug tiai ..y ud i» expect eii tc returu tc this iitv Kuiie the close of the week, luii.v .-parvti to resume his official unuvs A :arsre nccumuiu ti. :i cf inip» ruuit i u»uaift* awaits his nal i• n Woman's Weakness A woman's reproductive orgafl® #re in the most intense and co®» tinuous sympathy with her kid* Beys. 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