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'Sfl isi it at BRIEF BITS OF NEWS. Horatio N. Marsb, a veteran lieWs jmper mau, historiau and scJolar, is dead at Joliet, Ills. Secretary of War and Mrs. Root have arrived at Cant-on for a few days' visit *t the McKinley home. The miners' strike at Middlesboro, Ky- has been declared off. Eight hun dred men will return to work at ouce. Patrick Rice, formerly ona of the •lost famous of American horse train ees, committed suicide at Sou Rafael, Gal. The 54th annual meeting of the American Missionary association met at Springfield, Mass., with over 400 delegates in attendance. Governor Beckham of Kentucky has approved the non-partisan election bill passed at the extra session of the legis lature which adjourned Monday. James L. Gates of Milwaukee has arranged with 450 Russian families at Odessa to locate on lands in Chippewa oouuty, Wis. This means about 2,000 people. E. E. Lewis, a former banker at Ur bana, O., who was convicted several years ago of extensive bond forgeries, bat pardoned on account of ill health, la dead. C. M. Cotterman, assistant superin tendent of the railway mail service, With headquarters at San Francisco, has been selected as director general of posts in the Philippine islands. Great Northern Wreck. SEATTLE, Oct. 25.—An eastbound freight train was wrecked on the Great Northern road near Eallard by a land slide. Two men were killed and three badly injured. The deal are A. J. Creeper, engineer, and Hoy Archer, a passenger. Natural Oaa Near Spokane. SPOKANE, Wash., Oct. 24 —Natural gae has been discovered along Pike creek, 35 miles southwest of this city, the outflow being traced or eight miles along that stream, li. T. Dabney and assistants have secured a 25-year lease on 15,000 acres of land along the creek and will sink a deep well to test the flow. Should the volume of gas be sufficient it will be piped to this city. Want! to Do Ncwipapw Work. CONSTANTINOPLE, Oct. 24.— A curious request to the porte has been made by the Turkish consul at New York—that he be permitted to undertake newspa per work. He explains that hiB re muneration is insufficient and it must either be increased or he must be al lowed to add to his income through journalism. Selling *tt« f*o«»T Ones. NEW YORK, Oct. 24.—A dispatch to The Herald from London says: The report that Lord Rosebery is to sell out his thoroughbreds and retire from the turf is erroneous. At the sale on Thurs day only the undesirable horses in Lord Rosebery's big string will be offered, as is customary at the end of each tea son. BRIEF HITS OF NEWS. The employers of the striking London lightermen have declined the men's conditional offer to resume work. The Mfike therefore continues. The Unitarian institute, attended by over 100 prominent clergymen of that denomination from various parts of the United States, is in session at Worcester, Mass. Wants Wreck of tbe Maine Removed. "WASIIIMFTON,Oct. 24.—General Leon ard Wood, governor of Cuba, saw Sec retary Long and recommended that steps be taken to remove the wreck of the battleship Maine from Havana harbor, as it occupies a great deal of space which could be utilized to ad vantage. He said he thought the wreck would have to be taken up piecemeal in»U*ad of being raised as a wnc4e» Arrested for Diamond Theft*. SEATTLE, Oct. 24.—Detectives havi arrested in a down town hotel C. F. Mather, who is accused by several wboif salo jewelers and diamond mer chants of New York city of the theft of jewels valued at not less than $45, 000. Mather was going by tbe name of J. C. Moore, and was bound for Australia. He came here Thursday. Brought a Million ia Gold. SAN FKAXCI.-CO, Oct. 24. —The bark entine Moruiig Star has arrived, days from St. Michaels. Besides her 85 passengers tho steam barkontine carried £1.000,000 worth of gold dust from the aunes of Dawson. The vessel belongs to the Alaska Exploration com pany and the gold was consigned to that company. Killed by a art-less Driver. ST. PAUL, Oct. *4.—Albert Rosen, a 12-year-old boy, was run down by a careless driver on Robert, near Fourth street. The left wide of the boy's face was horribly crushed. He was removed to St. J'jsepli^ hospital, but death re buited ia a ie .» hours. The driver of (ha rig ha been arrested. XanMen's Panrnkn. From boyhood N.'inson accustom* himself to (lie tise snowshoes and would often go 40 or ,"0 mib's on them without taking any food with him. ITe had a great dislike to any outfit for his excursions. On one occasion be and some of his friend- set off on a long snowshoe expedition, all except Nan sen having a wallet containing their provisions on their backs. When they got to the first resting place, Nansen unbuttoned his coat and took ADJOURNED 3 c47iic, some smoking pancakes from the lining and asked Ills friends to shore his food. They all refused, however, not caring for the mode of conveyance and heat ing. Nansen replied, "More fools you. for let me tell you there's jam In them." i SINE DIB. Kentucky LoRislaiuro Sendt tbe New Election L»w to the 5overnor. FKANKFOKT, Ky.. Oct. 24.—The Ken tucky legislature has sent the non» partisan election law passed by it on Saturday to succeed the Goebel law to the governor and adjourned sine die. The Democrats aud Republicans could not agree on a state election com missioner to fill a vacancy on the board ond adjourned wnbout electing any body. Both houses adopted resolutions allowing the Republicans to name the commissioner and they selected An drew Cochran of Maysville. The Dem ocrats refused to vote for Judge Coch ran because of his identification with ex-Governor Taylor and also because of personal unfriendliness between him and Chairman Povntz of the election commission, but oil'ered to vote for any other Republican. The Republicans declined to name anybody else. reputation oi laiimrnia. WASHINGTON, Oct. 25.—The popula tion of the state of California is 1.4JS5, 053, against 1, SOS, 130 in lbi'0. This is an increase of 27t,y-3 or 22.y per c^m*. LATEST MARKET REPORT. Dalatli Grain. DULUTH Oca. 24 WHEAT—Xa 1 hard 75^-, Xo. 1 Nuriheru 74*o, No.® Northern 70,4c, Nc. 3 spring "oac. To Arrive—Xo. 1 hard 7o »o, Xo. 1 Xortheru7i:8o, Novem ber 74/^c, December 74 «o, May 7So. FLAX—Cash Octuiwr #1.7.', November 61.69, December May *1.6* Minneapolis Wheat. .MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 24. WHKAT—In ?tore—December T3^e, May 7 Ou TrucK.—-No. 1 hard 70ic, No. 1 Northern 7lJao, No. 2 Xurtk Ofii 2 »o. kiou City Live Stock. S.ot'x CITY, #ot 94. CATTLE—Market steady. Sales ruuged at «4.„o for beeves, t^.uoviio.lor cuws, bulls and mixed, f3.UK. t.0J for stocKers aud feeders, $J.JJ 454.^j uT calves and yeariinys. HUGs—Market oc lower. Ran^o of prices 45yi*.47a- Receipts: Cattle 1,30J. hogs 3,40J. &t* Paul Union Stock Yards. FCOCTII ST. PAUL, Oct. -4. HOGS—Market opened lU(&15c lower, aver:i_-.L!g lair to tf »ou quality. Kan^e oi pri ts J&i.oj. CATTLE—Market steady with prices unchanged. Cities runted at $4 lor good to he ice bteers. i3.«jo(t£4.u0 for good to choi e butcher cows and hei.ers, $0.00^ 0.UJ lor choice veals, ,j iur good lee-iei s. SHEEP—Market for fat sheep and liiiii/3 steady to strong. bales ranged at lor iambs, tor wethers. iiyccipts: Cattle calu'i 40A hog S5MIJ, sheep I.eoJ. Chicago I'nion fctock Yard*. CIILCAUO, OCTB *4 C-lTTLE—Market strong. taws rat ed at io. u uig6 U) for good to prime steers 40 .or poor to me dium, 10 blockers and .eed ers, pj. lor cows and hellers, t, t« JO lor Texas led steers. liuGS—Market o 10c lower. sales rangou at is*. 4^-4 for mixed and butcne s, i4.A(!44. ior good to ckuiw'e heavy, .4tor rougti heavy, o for light, f4.ao^i. 7o lor bulk of sales. ."HEEP—Market steady. taies ranged at $3.&J<a 1.10 for good to choice wethers, TO^JAJ tor native iambs. Receipts: Cattle 1&.0A). hogs 3*,uu0, sheep 14/VJ. Chicago Grain and Provision*. W'HICAOO. Oct ,'4. WHEAT—October November 7i •-•ember iuBN—O toicr 38, November 37c, De ceiuoer HJC. May HOIHOZJ J. OAl's—October 31 %c, November --nib i'i -'1 J%e, May ziitio. PuKK—November flu.35, Jauuiiry *.u.s7-a, Mayili.0-a i'LAX-Oiih Northwestern fl.7-i, Sj it hwescern fl. '2('£l.72)£t November tl.'teh, October Il.TiS, December 1. •. 4 1 y 1. 'j-j •/%. BIT 1 A'EB—Creameri.'s 1) ii/c, dairy lcWIrj •. POULTRY Turkeys fco, chickens EG(J."5—Jj're.'sh 17I^0. SUNNY W iuum A. PaalMB leatoaMd, CHICAGO, Oot. 25.—William •. Paul sen convicted of receiving a deposit in the Central Trust and Savings bank, of which he was president,while know ing the bank to be insolvent, has been sentenced to serve an indeterminate sentence 4s prison, State of Ohio, City of Toledo, i Lucas County, Frank J. Cheney makes oath before me that he is the senior partner of the tirm of P. J. Cheney & Co. doing busi ness in the City of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and that said tirm will pay tha sum of one hundred dollars for each and every case of catarrh that can not be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FKANK J. CHEUY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in tnv presence, this (5th day of December. A* D. 18tk). 1 A! W. GLEABOX. iKAt.: Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally. and acts directly on the blood and mucous system. Send for Testi monials free. F. J. CHKNKY, Toledo, O. Sold bv druggists. To cents. Ralls Family Pills are the best. To Stop i» Cnlil. After exposure or when you feel a eohl Coming on take a dose of Foley's Honey and Tar. It never fails to stop a cold if taken in time. Take nothing else. hs CHUIS. SCHUTZ. Pure Whiskey HARPER Perfect Whiskey HARPER Every bottle gnar anteed HARPER. SOLD BY FRED KURTH, Madison, S. D. Feelings of safety pervade the house hold that uses One Minute Cough Cure, the only harmless remedy that produces immediate results. It is infallible for coughs, colds, croup, and all throat ami lulit: troubles. It will prevent consump tion. COOK A* OIEE. If your children are fretful, peevish and cross, mother the same, ditto tin boss. it would seem proper to trivti 'em all Rocky mountain Tea. 3-~» cents. FKANK SMITH. Notion of (ipii«riil Klertion. Noticf* i« liar^tiv t'ixcii. that »n Tip-Miiy, Nr- *fint»T Mli. lW«i,'Uin^ tln first rii.'^l.iy and county otlli es, namely Four presidential el.-ctore. Tuorei'T' -eiitative* in congress. one sroveriior. One lieutenant sroveriior. ne secretary of rtute. «»ne state auditor. One state treasurer e attornev after tt fir^t Monday 111 Nov.Miil'cr, a k'f,iiHral flection i»eneral. «ii to- h«-l.1 in th»* -everrtl viitir.u jr*»-im-t? in I.nk. ••utility. South Pakota, a.- the saatc liuve fixed for election purpo^f for the following Stat* one tuijMTiiiterdeiit of j.ublic instrnction. ne commissioner of school and public «ne railroad connnissioner. One state senator Two rr|.rese|it:»tives to the Lands state One county auditor. One county treasurer. «ne register lefislature. of dee.s. One clerk of court*. One sheriff. tie county jidjje. «ne etHt" -attorney. 1 »iie suiierintendeiit of school*. One coroner. One surveyor. Fonr couiity ju^tice-j of the jieate. Four county constables. One county miniuipsiouer for the Third com missioner district, comprising Orlund, llennan, FarinuiL'ton, Kudus, t'larno, Winfred, Coin ord and Waj'iie tovuisliips and the town of Kumt.! a. Also the follow intr amendment* to the con-'itu- tioii of the state of j-outh lakfta: r»n il at f..l th* The sixth le'.-i-lature of the state of Soi.t kota. at the ,.^-sion thereof be^un and h' 1'ierre, the capital, on January :td, am eluded on Man li :'d, A. P. lsW, proprisi-d th low itr_' ainendnient to the constitution o: stat-, vi A .loint lieso'.ution propositi? and agreeing" an Amendment to th»-Constitution of the '-of South Dakota and submitting such Amendment to a Vote of the people. B-it ltesolved ry the llonse of Representatives, tiie Senate roi.curriiiir: 1. ue-tion fubmitte l.] That at the next ireiiera! election in this state the following propose*! ameniiineiit to the constitution of the rt.ite of South Dakota, which is hereby ,-iL're- i to, s(im!1 be -liiitn Itted to the electors of the rt.'it" for th-irapprov.il which amendment when appr-ied and ratified shall become a part of the coi,-titu tion Article twenty-ei^ht thereof. Article \x\ Ml. Section 1. The several cull ties of the flute shall inve-t the moneys if the Permanent ,-chool and Kndowment Fune- in bonds of whool corporation, state, county .nd municipal i onds or in first inortL'a^es upon _-ood unurovedtarm lands within their limits r-r-i .t ively: under such regulations us the legislature may provide, but no farm loan shall exceed one tbo'isniid dollars to any «ine pers(ti, firm or cor poration. 1 be aiove proposed amendment will be voted upon by the people at the general election '.he ii-ld in the stat- on Tuesday. thet th day of Nov ember, A. D. l'.M). I he proposed amendment will be printed .pon the ballot followed by the words,'"shall the itiove amendment to the constitution in relation itive-tmeiit of th- I'eniianent School and Kl. tneiit Funds tw auproved and ratified The sjx'Ii 1«-^i-l.iture ni ticle WOMEN. Who has not known the woman whoM disposition is described by that one word **sunny?" There's always a laugh lurk ing on her lips. Her cheeks are ever ready to dimple in smiles. Her house hold influence is as brightening and stimulating as the sunshine. Nothing can be crueler than to liave this sunshine blotted out by disease. But this is a common cruelty. The young wife who was the sunshine of the home becomes its shadow. Every younjj wife should know the value of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription in the protection and pres ervation of the health. It promotes regularity, dries the drains which enfee ble body and mind, and cures inflamma tion, ulceration and female weakness. It nourishes the nervous system and gives to the body the balance and buoy ancy of perfect health. It is a 6trictly temperance medicine. "I can «ay that your medicine cured me," writes Mrs. Maud rearce, of Stoutsville, Fair field Co., Ohio. "I had suffeml about twelve years from female weakness and I had almost given up, thinking there was no cure for me. Then I heard about Dr. Pierce's medicine and thought I would try it, and can say that seven bottles of your Favorite Prescription' made me well. I am now able to do my own housework. I took about twelve bottles ia all of Dr. Pierce's medicines. Took some of the 'Golden Medical Discovery,' 'Favorite Prescription' and some at Ike 'Pleasant Pellet*.'" fir. Pierce's Pellets CUM slii The proposed amendment will be printed upon the ballot followed by the words, "Shall the hove Amendment to the (institution in relation i 1 the He pen of Article -jV, relating to the Manu facture and sale of Intoxicating l.iuuor- I nder Kxtlnsive Mate Control, he approved and rati- ii-d Immediately to the left of which shall he rint -d the words "Yes" and "No," each pref-eded i,y sijuare in which the elector can place a p.--to Indicate his vote. Klectors de-irini to Vote Ve«" v ill place 1 cross before the word "Yes," mid triose (icririu,' t» vote "No" will place a cross Ms fore the word "No." The above the 1 the Iinmefliatejy to the left of w hich shall be print ed the words "Yew" and '"No," each prececj.-d by ashlar- in which the elector can place a i —s- to .ndiihte his vote. Rlectors desiring to ote •'Ve-" will place a cross before the word Ve»" itid tho-e desirintr to vote 'No" will place a 1 ro-s 'rt fore the word No." j. of the state of Sout'i Da kota. at the session thereof beeun and Ii-ld at 1'ierre, the capital. January :Jd, 1 and cotii lu ded on March :?d, A. D. 1S1W, pr«pos-s the follow il» aiiienilm.-nt to the constitution of the ,-tate, viz: A Joint Resolution to Amend the £ate of ••outh thereof, Mate Control, and prop' the 'onstitutioii of Dakota, by KepeaIiii_- Ar relating to the Sab-of Intoxicating Mairifai tur- and l.i'|tiors Cnd-r Kx I i-i\e sin-.' Slime to a and subm.trine vote of the people. It»-it Heuolved by the House of I'epresetiei.tiwfl of the Leeislature of the state of south Dakota, the senate concurring tlier-in i 1. t^uesth.ii submitted.) That at the ..-eneral eleitioii to be held iIt the state of hoiith Hake,ta on th-tirst Ttie-day after the first V,on day in November, I'.**), there shall in* submitted to a vote of the li ua I itted -|ect,ors ff the state of -outh Dakota, the following (jiie-tion: ".-hall Article •,' of the constitution b- re Jiealed 'I he above proposed amendment will be voted, upon by the peojde at the K'-neruI election to l»e iield in the state on Tuesday, the th day of Nov ember. A. I). ]!«». two proposed amendments will be printed upon a separate ballot. The polls will be open at nwwiiiry o'clock vouchers, 1 i v i -r e* ruti.r, in the morning and will continn open until ft o'clock in the afternoon of the mime day. (iiven under my hand and seal thisflth day of ctolier, A. JJ. E. C. KEITH, Qoanty Auditor. y otlce to reditorM. Extste of Alhton P. Coomb*, rh ceancd: No tice is hetehy n ven that tbe iindcrf iyiit-d, execo :or of the will of Alhioii tin- rr. dltorf of und I*, ('ooinhti, d-ct-a»ed, Ui all per*onx ii««iin«t the Hald deceased, hnvini (Inilim to exhibit tiu:m, with within The firft lour nionthn pMldlr#tlo»« of ••xecntor, «t this notice, to the ibeolWceof said J. H. Willihnipou, sttor- II the city oil' »f ty of -lie H. Madlfod, in the I). I)»t»-d H«^temb«r 10, !Sn0 ALBtCUr N. CUUMBS, Ki"*n'r of the Will of Albion P. Cnomln, M-1 LAND! her ij2£^"$2JLtiK Correspondence Solicited. W- W" y a y y Dr. \V. II. Lewis, Lawreneovillo, Va.. writcH. "I iiu UKiiit Kotlul DyHpcjiHiit Ctm* in IDY jiructicf AMONG HPV»T»' I'HH-S »f iniliyi stion ami lind it an admiralilc rciiHily." Many hu in I reds yf plivHieians ih'pfnd upon the u«f of Koclol lH|«'jisia Cure in Htomarh trouMeB. It diyi-stH what jotieat, ami allown yon to cat i)i the oood food you ed, providing ymi do not overload vonr utomarh. (JivcH inetant relief and a pormanent cmir««. COOK A- OUKE. Bright'* I»l«emi, fligh living. infi'iii|nr:irice, exposure and many otlier things luing on Uri^ht's Dineasc. Foley's Kidney Cure will pre vent liright'H diHcaae and all otiit-r kidney or bladder ilisord^rs, if taken j„ in time.<p></p>Kodol CMKIS. Srut T/.. Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. It artificially digests the tood aud aids Nature la strengthening aud recon structing tho exhausted digestive or gans. It is the latest discovereddigest ant aod tonic. No other preparation can approach It in efficiency. It In •taotly relieves and permanently cures ?^ssS»42e5 Pie»we#lliSiS0eiiHTTss Cbi««fl» At. ***»«v'a 1^. f''%•**'fi K Good Home in a Good Dairying & Stock Raising and where your family will have the advantages of Good Society, son and the city is steadily growing in population. Chas. B. Kennedy MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. fj.'-.r •v-',: Is the Basis of All Weaitl and the demand f»r take County farms Is W«#shig. If you are in search of a where you can rais© Oats, B&rl©y, Corn, Flax, Rotate in fact everything1 adapted to this latitude, and where you can successfully carry on llGood Schools, I Good Church Facilities, then come and see me, and I will styow you Just what you want. If We renting land now, paying $3 to $5 per acre annual rental, I will show you just as good land and sell it to you at what yen will pay out in rental, where you are, in three years, and will give you easy terms of payment. If you want a good location in Madison I have such for you* A of substantial bqildings have been built in fladison the past •sssm Uneeda Biscuit Right from the oven as fresh as to day s bread and just as wholesome Daintily served in a dainty package— the like of which you never saw before. Dust proof, moisture proof, odor proof. A lunch done up in tempting style for just Five Cents Sold «wywkttrv. Ask tte Gvoct* :rl"."f' w f" •—. '-jr.. **r*« Climati large nui sea •1 v'-("