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'ELL PLEASED (a„ Lj bti* H« «,,Ption *n York City. i ,,publicans JttRwmstnie Mtaiiii'fT of ,he w ir IIH*IH(I,,s Stops at Va rious ftJllHib ,K Oct. 18.—W. J. I5rynn rra»oat Ha. ui. for his trij ,'^tate. Owing to the early \va n- more than the unual M. u»ti"»- £&rdeti Mr. liryan went to a V'.fi'.Min iTt'uue and Twenty n aud addrensvd a large ir mthe:.' he went to Tam .. where he received an Ota lvi reil a short address. A IS SOUTH DAKOTA. Makrs Hrlrf Mop* at vnmbrr uf I'lar**. D., Get. 1H —The ac yrk of the prtseut cam ur i Senator Ilanna e Northwest began at an it iieisield. Leaving Wa a. m., tho special train stop at ltedtield at S:!5U a. itr^'e crowd had gathered, !y peeple from towns west ttytburg, who had come in ire daylight on a sjecial air wa^ biting cold and the "f he Dakota farmers t-videuce during the ride i. house. Here Victor Dolli »h Tt pn fatory sj»eech, and ina folio wed. uville, where tho train iu uietit, Mr. lianna ad -air sized crowd of fariners var platform of hiii car. Aa the next scheduled stop. heart of the great Sont'i at Kit, one of the most iui •tings *.f tho day was sched .'i:a stopping for an hour. 1 and Andover, the next •'-iled towns after leaving 7 uly brief stops were mtule, "ia addressing a fair sized •ton, und K. J. Gamble, caahdaU) for the United lt'! trom Sciith Dakota, Aadover. BAD SHAPE. «rd.P#4 quired no u«*,Htu,100 J?"' comments on His En- ^n'" oust ratios. South Dakota Hannah Thow who wen: ,a their hat# us they paused uf ra«*" down ^he track "/fc'turf iving the IIolTuiau i:rvau turned tu State Com t_.iinp*' 11 and asked: tUiiiu the Republicans the significance of ..nsrratioa?" ,r*.:is present answered in juu' carried with it," added ••IT-OWN story. It WIIH the nitration I have svur wit *ii« rt-on any occasion. The ai i eared to le hinci're and o t»:iag« my auditors ap tu rapport. I am ierfecl ly 1 H«*r Mr. Itrysn. |0 Maka No Get. 18.—Warm sun Governor lioosevelt on °f his cond day's cam 'l1"' Ho made bil first i-iwure at «:15 a. m. Mu itucturmg city, was reached A large crowd met tho ialist, who joined rJ* l*arty nt Columbus, is ^'^rnor'ii throiit and has 1,Ilake uo l«)ug speeches. K''*eriior's throat is in bad that with cuff U Will tu« caiu|aigu. 7.' ,,u"* liimnn, ,'u b- Oc-t. 1H.~Dawson I 411n- tell of the hang- of ii ou Ucl for llerbert Davenport ou ^.Tn011 Juiy ,5-und 1*! Ki,1B gaiiowg steady r^- ut uny u was cool enough to talk to the hai^l man a jokuig way while lul 7 .he y pr.wr.'lh'rif'' °Ct- ew than heretofore. a e i u N e w Y o k o-ued to by immense audi •ry seat »n Madisuu Square rector to uk« n wh»u Colonel Bryan, orkors' y Mr. Croker, appeared. on tiptoe and the Gar •t% of waving flags. The con tuitions. The crowd •::t and the preliminary ex* -v hwrtened or msptused wr. ,uel Bryan wai intrduced hence broke into a roar and he run for some minuter tor near.v two hours ,»c was tendered utu-tber th° li„kt 18 A prepared by the comptroller of tho rnr rency show* that appletLs SSfJsra COST ABOL'T AKK KTOCKHOLIIKUS. AjMrirnn (ilui Compntiy Kt-lln It* Km* (tloyra KlVr Xhurra. PlTT.*»M IU», Oct. IN. At the annual meeting of tho American Glass com pany, Auditor J. \V. Glass was cted a "straw" director and subsequently resigned to make a vacancy for a di be elected by tho Window association, Local Assembly No. ^00, K. of L. The company has put in trust for this association ."i.Ouo biiares of its common stock, which is to be delivered when accumulated divi dends have paid font President Simon iiurns of Local Assembly No. is ex pected to bo placed in the directorate. DIMS A OSCAK'S ILLNESS. Crown lie A v- rlnrt* Will I'robntiljr |Mlnlrl ItfKvnt. CHKISTIASIA, Get. IK. Six members of tho Norwegian state couucil of Stockholm, who are here in connection with the propose* 1 visit of King Gscar, have been telegraphed to return to Stockholm. It is understood the sum mons is in connection with tho prob able appointment of tho crown priuce lis regent during the illness of the king. The crown prince, presumably, there fore, will ojen the storthiug in the ca pacity of regent. W I I I K 1 E O A ADoounrrmrnt Grrrled \%'ilh Chrrra la Hin XrtherlamU I'arllament. THE ILACIFE, Oct. IS.—The announce ment of tho betrothal of Queen Wil hclmina to Duke lleiirv of Mecklen burg and Schwerm in the second chamber of tie* Netherlands parliament was greeted with cheers. The house charged tho president to transmit to the queen its congratulations and thanks for communicating the glad event, which was of the highest im portance to the dynasty and country. Dllllnglinni In tlx* l^ail. MOXTI'KI.II K, Vt., Oct. 18.—The first ballot taken in each house of tho Ver mont legislature for senator to succeed lion. Jonathan Koss of St. Johnsbury, who tilled out the place of the late Sen ator Justin S. Morrill on appoiutmeut by Governor Smith, did not result in a choice. The leading candidate by a good margin is Hon. NV. 1. Dilling ham, who has claimed right aloug that he would win over Congressman W. W. Grout of Barton. r»rulti* S»ve» III* For»»l«. OOBTKK. S.D.. Oct. 18.-The Black Hills people are pleased to note that the small iusect that has beeu doing such great damage to tho pine forests is being exterminated by a parasite three yoars thousands of best timber iu the lilack leen destroyed annually and it was feared that the trees all over the coun try were doomed. lrotMi Will Hn Weight. F.i.*«u»tor U a y AocupU. WASHINGTON, Oct 1H.—hx-Senator Gray of Delaware, who has been ap pointed a member of The Hague inter liiitioliitl court of arbitration. r' sident and acceptid tuo upon the pre uppoiiitliieiit Kx-President Harrison pted the appoint two yot to be announced. Mpl CHOES. 5nUC ^S', GENTS' & CHILDREN'S SHOES. MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA, la,,or hiive the ,,ct °f 14, ljoo, for organization new national banks pneity of uOo,HW. March of 45)0 with a total ca Of this number ca,",a'01 "-'59"»» i..2rf),000. Enumeration Work of »he Twelfth On •im Ci)iii|ilrti'(|, WASHINGTON, Oct. IS.—The enumer ation work of the twelfth census is completed and tho enumerators an practically ail paid. There were M.OOO enumerators and HUprrviHor*. The cost of the euumorutiou will be about fV-JotyxK). The factory work also is about finished. AH of tho special field in the luiuin# ami industrial lines will complete their work and be paid off by Nov. 1. 'lho cost of this work will bo about 50,000. The whole force of the census bureau is b- iiiK concentrated on the work of tabu luting the statistics alreudv gathered. 1 he report of the census bureau when Complete will occupy eight volumes of last 1,h«» page* em h. The Work of the 11 rev.-iit census is heavier by several million inhabitants than ever !efore but I^rector Merrium thinks it will be ready for the public mx weeks earlier EDICT A FORGERY Document Ordering the Prniish- went of Chinese Officials Nov Authentic. Was Concocted for the Purpose ol freventing the Advance of the Allies. Messajre of Thanks From the Chinese Emperor to Presi dent McKinley. PEKINO, Monday, Oct. 15.—It is re garded as certain that the alleged im perial edict ordering the punishment of high officials was forged and was con cocted with the object of preventing tho advance of the allies on Pao-Ting Fu. Both Princ- Citing and Li Hung (•hang deny its authenticity. Count Von Waldersoe is expected to arrive here Oct. 17. Small marauding bands have become troublesome in the viciuity of the (sum mer palace, und a punitive expedition ia being organized against them. THANKS Stealage THE i'KKSIDEST. From the Emprrnr ®f Chlu Through MlniHtrr Wit. WASHINGTON, Oct. 18.—Minister WN called upon the president during the morning. Upon leaving the White House the minister said he had con veyed to the president u message from the emju-ror of China, tlmukmg Presi dent McKinley for the consideration shown by the United States during the Chinese trouble. The minister also brought a dispatch from Shanghai from the southern viceroys stating that the ini(erial party had reached Tung-Kuan, only a few miles from Sinau-Jb'u, the new capital, on Oct. 4. Referring to the report from Peking that tho edict /or the punishment of certain Chinese officials had been forged, Minister Wu said such a story was preposterous and should receive no credence whatever. If auy one should issue a false decree of that character it would IK.* For feet of the Hills have INDIANAI'oLis, Oct. 18.-State com mitteemen of the fusion Populists have filed with the governor, as head of tlio state eloctiou board, a formal protest against the niiddlo-roadors usu-g the plow and the hammer, the 1 opnliot emblem, on the ballots. Secretary Car ter of the election iKiard said the pr^ test would have uo weight.^ very easy, he said, to ascer tain his identity and he certainly would be beheaded. JiEIMr HELD IN TRUST. Draft Rr promt Inc thr American Loot Dfpnillril In tlt«i National Treasury. WASHINGTON, Oct. 18.—Secretary Long has deposited in the treasury the draft for £:!7\XKj representing tho gold seized bv the American marines. Ac cording to Treasurer Roberts, an act ox congress will be necessary to withdraw it. Administration officials insist that the money is being held iu trust, and is not regarded as spoils of war. Should an indemnity l« demanded by the United States against China, the amount of deposit will bo credited to China's.bill. General Chaffee will so inform Li llung Chang, who recently demanded that tho money be returned to the Chinese govern meat. Kunslan* Occupy Flfh SHANGHAI, Oct. 1^—Official confirma tion has been received of the report that the Ku-sinn Southern army has occupied Fieh Ling, the terminus of the Shen llai Kwan railway. The occu pation was effected Oct. 4. FAILED TO POST SIGNALS. XtfllloM* "f section Crew CuumUw of Tl» rcn Lire*. CHICAGO, Oct. lis. The engineer and fireman were killed and the brakeman fatally injured by the derailment of a freight tram ou the Chicago and Alton at Lawudale, near here. The wreck was caused by the removal of a rail by a section gang making repairs. They failed to post any danger signals, it is said, and the train shot off the track at almost full speed. Clot look lirifht In Porto Rico. WASHINGTON, Oct. 18. Secretary Long has received a letter from Gov ernor Allen of Porto Rico in which the latter tells of an extensive tour of the island, of the prosperous condition of the sugar crop and the outlook for a very satisfactory coffee crop. Gov ernor Allen predicts that with these prosperous crops the people cf tho island will soon be tffjpw upon their THURSDAY, OCTOBER feet financially. AlUtaki'ii for a Thief. DTTLUTH. Oct. 18 —While in pursuit of two thieves Detective Charles Mork was mistaken for oue of them aud shot by Charles Harvey, a watchman. The bullet entered his stomach, and though it is iu a dangerous place ho is resting well and will probably recover. Fond «ln bne IWottico Hurglarlnd. FOND I'f LAC. Wis., Oct. 18.—The iriii ino api'oi'"- postoffice here was burglarized during had P'eviously leaving the night of a large amount of stamps, meiit as one of the aibitrators, *#a L11 r0yisicied letters. TLN0 AMPT.F. SHOES o d-P nrices befor you You can must Yours for s 18, 1900. AXDE? 0.\ TAX LAW. States Minnesota Cn«e Iteforo the United Supreme Court. WASHINGTON, Oct. 18.—The Ander son tax law eases, appealed from the Minnesota supreme court, occupied the entire day in the United States su preme court and the argument was not concluded. With the consent of the court the eases of the Duluth and Iron Range road n^aiuht St. Louis county were coiiMiiitiated with the original Case. The question involved iu the cas is the constitutionality of the Anderson tax luw. which imposes a tax ef 8 per cent of the gross turning.' of all the railways in Minnesota. It was argued ln-t winter before eight judges und wneu they considered the case at one of tneir consultations there was an even division, four judges vot ing to affirm and four to reverse the decision of the Minnesota supreme court, which sustained the law. Judge Brown, who did not sit in the case la:t term, i« present now and paid close at tention to the arguments, especially those relating to the constitutional question at issue. Will Carry Nothing but L«ttcn WASHINGTON, i ters will bo cent e Canadian Yu kon country©* u«, rican postoflices not ou the Yum... i.'ex. We pray thee, heed him Form Poatmaater Genrral Dies Sod denlr at Lexington, Va. Lr.MNGTOX, Va., Oct. IS. —Ex-Post master General William L. Wilson died suddenly at 10 a. m. t'nprecedcuteil October Ri«e. Dt'uuguE, la., Oct. 18.—The DODD'S y hoe w I Oct. IS.—The postof fice department has g.ven notice that until spring no IT-C* matter except let not who abl est thee to take something, said to be the f-iiiiip as Rocky Mountain Tea made by th Madison Medicine Co. 30 cents. FRANK SMITH. Don't be deceived or humbugged by people who claim the discovery of some hith rto unknown herb or root in swamps, or on some mountain or prairie, for the cure of kidneys and bladder trubles. Any doctor or druggist will tell you that such claims are fraudulent. Foley's Kidr.ey Cure pimply contains remedies that are recognized by the most skilful physicians as the best for these com plaints, eo don't be credulous or foolish CHKIS. S L'TZ. A Card. The manufacturers of Banner Salve have authorized the undersigned to guarantee it for burns, cuts, sores, ulcer-, tetter, eczema and all skin diseases. Your money back if it dosen't io a.! that is claimed. WILLIAM L. WILSON DEAD. river came to a stand during the day after the most remarkable October rise on record. The stage of water is 14.2, the highest ever known. Cellars aro Hooded and many families ou the hot twins have been forced to move. Thou sands of cords of wu'nl piled along the river bank have beeu swept away. Jads I'laeed I'nder Arraat. COLFAX, Wash., Oct. 18. —Judge William McDonald of the superior court of this county has beeu placed under arrest on two warrants charging him with attempted subornation of p. in jury. Tho complaints were sworn to by J. E. Nessly. a newspaper corre spondent, who charges that McDonald in 1M8 tried to induce two men to charge him with crime. To I'cbukr tlir Council. BERLIN, Oct. IN.—In view of the re^ cent action ot the Berliu town council in deciding not to offer congratulations to Empress Augusta Victoria upon her birthday, a uuuiber of persons promi nent in Berlin are getting up a con gratulatory address to the empress tor private signature a denioustratiou against the attitude of the town coun cil. I it Uric Acid in the 1 o o U n e a y Hdurys are the canst «l the acid bcin^ theie. If the Iki-ineys acted as they should they would sirain the Uric Acid out of the system an i rheum3 isra wouldn't oixur. Rheumatism is a KiJr.ey Disease. PoddV l.idiU'y Til's have nudo a great .rt of their reputation curing Rheumatism. Kc* at the cause ot those feir iul 'ioetinij i .tins and i a i n o i n s e e is u o n e s u e w a y KiDNEY PILLS. y Bargains, «awn#s YoumSt come early if you want the cream of these bargains, "as the early bird catches (be T77"i2nj_es A E N O Cca&er. CHAS. B. KENNEDY, J. H. WILLIAnSON, WesideBt. Vice President. THE riADISON State nadlson, S. D. Farm Loans &-t LoW?st -*RATES^ LOUIS MALONEY, DEALER IN Sz SH FILLS BIO CO. Sample Rocms, A SURE MEDICINE. BAXDSOM, VA., Dee. U. I tore been suffering from female weak ness for four years, and bare taken many medicines, bnt Wine of Cardni and Black Draught have done more for m« than any thing else. MBS. CAROLINE EVANS. FRED KURTH WneTori Dealer ia WINES, Liouoas. Step in and try a ^lass of tlie famous JOHX GUXD lWr have just arrived: a better line than ever before. You must see them appreciate these bargains in footwear. They consist of everything made in PRICE KJYECEIiTS Bank comer Egan Ave. an«J 4th St. 1 *1 It is a mistake to take any and every kind of medicine when you sre sick. There is danger in it. Most of the so-called cures for "female weakness" do nothing more than deaden the pain temporarily, ard when the etTect wears a\av the patient is weaker arid sicker than before. It is never wise to take chances. You have only one life, and that is dear and precious. If you have any pain, ache, disorder or weakness in the femi nine organs, nothing will help you lik^ Wine of Cardui. It hc-lps do aw.iv with morning sickness during the early stages of preun:.ncv. and nv'diries the pains of childbirth recovery is'rapd and future health is assured. Tiie Wine is purely veg- IA3IES' ADVIS0.lt GIP&RTMENT. For vicv in ruses r.-fiuiniii: ept-cial diiv.-r,. \s. n.v.nj «vn:t'ten«. iidi..- 41i«nrT ThuHtiH.V.MICi •ElildVt IO.. C"1:.itta:.oo)ra. T^liu. etable, being made of herbs whose medicinal pr evises act directly upon the organs of womanhood. It is a ing-tried remedy, and has many years of success behind it. It is sure. Why take a chance medicine when you can get a sure niidicine? Druggists sell Large Bottles for $1.00. JAS. REGAN, Fashionable Tailor. Business Suits, $16 up. Fint-ekM work. Your orders solicited CITY MEAT MARKET, JOHN SCHULTZ Proprietor. Keep constantly on hand a full line of F?a ana Gnrsd Ms IJFish, low! and G«ne in Ei?an avenue. J# J. DAHL & CO.