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ttfii Mitilstorsat Peking Mak
Progress Towards
an Agrei'iiieiit#
points I disposed of and
L,.a| EssentiaI (Questions
Finally Settled.
t]V
iM^twrtKMl Condition of
lflairs
i l»«'rtel to Exist
at N iu-('liwan^.
Monday. Not. 12 A con-
t!f
I bt* foruitfu iniuiHters wan
Diiay »lt
,',w
w« rt roady to bo nul united to
Otitic*) plumpotviitiarios at au
date thau ho had heretofore
i#blf information from Niu
agiudiratertn diHturbcd condition
'SUM tin-re. Holders and pirates
irnwuik' the region and jaralyz
©tmTce. The Hu«siuut arc iuak
effort to nupproM tho troubles
tai -liK'the railway.
•ENKI» KY THE KAISKK.
^c)|to III*1 ftrlrliilic IVal« With th«
I hllir«c IJurfltiili.
S.ix, N v. l.V—The reichstntf re*
bled during the day. The nj*?ech
the throne dealt at considerable
lull th»* eventrt in China which
•xcited such dee] emotion amou#
el {icople, saying:
iiatical hate aud dark aupersti*
ucited bv unscrupulous advisers
court, huvo driven misguided
se to act* of atrocity a^uiust tho
»t!t of Western civilization aud
-turn worship dwelling peacefully
ir mtd*t.
f.Vr mmwtor died nt the hand of au
iu a couraKcoo* attempt to
in" the rising j*ril The for
mat the capital saw thenis'lves
•.riled, life alld limb. These
i.iof horror united the civilized
nutty, whore otherwi.M,- there was
•'t-ryeuco. All nations against
i the unparalleled ouslautfht was
ei drew closer. Their sous
with ono uiiud, shoulder to
kr, even as youdor standards
Hide by side. So the jfovornineuts
theniselvos ill council, united
the sole wish to restore au orderly
A thujas us H|MH«iily as iussiM«'.
iter the punishment of tlio chief
-ts, avert a recurreuco iu the fu»
•t ouch a disturbauoe of llM peace
world."
ASS THE RUN' OK Rt'SSIA.
'•'Imbarg I'rm on«ldcr« t!»•* Clil
situation twrloufc
I'KTKK^HLKU, NOT. 15.—The Ro«*
!:a made the original discovery
lie Chinese troubles "threaten to
the LIUKSINN empire." If the JHW*
i* added, continue their present
vs China will bo unable to ]ay
iiuv iudeinuity and consequently
"\vT(i will demaiid and secure
railroad aud commercial con
-us which will result iu tho divi
uf China into spheres ami ulti-
'X iu the partition of China, in
of the assuruncu of tho powers to
contrary. Tho Chinese, it is
ier asserted, becoming indignant,
''Ungrate to Siberia aud the yellow
r:
will again precipitate itelf
•rds EorojKau Russia, which w
to the position of a secoiul rank
r. The other powers probably
be satistied with this eventuality,
uitertnts beiug solely commercial.
N'ovoe Vromya lluds tho situation
e and suys tho powers must act
1' ndeuilv. Henceforth, it asserts,
l"'Wer must bear tho resjHJusibil1
"s own army.
avorahly received.
IfWM I With th*
A|rr«iu«ut.
1
1
!r'
Nov. 1T».—Tho German
-has received the announcement
':i,! dipluinatic agreement at Peking
*"r.»biy. Tb» lieriiuer
Will elapse "before the powers a'«
obtain the signatures ot fc»
!"r
Kwang Su and the empress dow
tluuki thai tbqr will uln
uly
yield.
FOR
coiiclttHiun of which
trfl- u noral cxi»rt'»»ion of «rati.
ftt
made toward
It was muted
the progress
njfrt
sottlvmunt.
•aost of 'll0 i"»,or !*»uts hud let*u
•c4 «-'f and that au agreement hud
xvachfd upoll BCVtTul iHs.ntiiil
tons. The mootingdiHcl«»«jd fewer
uN t-r important point* than
"jpert'tl. which is largely due to
[.ft that the luiuinters have re»
1 deliuit'* iustructiuiis from their
guVi nina-uts.
.ted i?IH!I S Minister Conner said
r.is ttn'uiiniKod to belieVu that prop*
IHrwtor MerrUni Will Have Figure,
lt*»Uy t«, Submit t» Congrrm
WAS,nN-0T0N, Nov. 14.—Director of
the Census Merriam has informed tlio
president that tho figures of tho popu
Ifttion of tho Uuited States will bo at
the disiH.sul of congress when it is
tuidj to take action on a reapportion*
tnent bill. Ihe reapportionment fol
lowing the count of the Twelfth census
will become operative by law in l'juij.
Starting with a ratio of I to every
ISO,000 inhabitants there were 05 repre*
tentative* in the First congress. Tuu
Eleventh census in 1 h'.KJ gave a popula
tion of tia,«W,»,250, or an increase of
12, .'00,000. The ratio was {, })i peo
pie to each representative aud the house
mini bored 5J50 members. Tho rutio
under the uew census probably will
reach With au increase of
l',-'-', 14 shown by the present ceusus
mid letting majority fractions of the
apportionment count for an additional
member, as has been the custom, this
I would make au iucrease of is members
in the next house. Reapportionment
,li this basis would cause only four
i states to lose representatives. They are
Maine ami Virginia in the East and
Kaiisu.s and Nebraska iu the \Ve-t.
The states named would lose a mem
ber each. Any ratio smaller thau 200,
0io which would save them thoir repre
sentation would CUUM a considerable
addition to the membership of the
house.
SlWNlSil \V.\U CLAIMS.
Prnid tmt Will Submit
WttUan authorities
Com-
Some
to tli
tug I imgruH.
WAMIINOTOX, NOV. 15.—The presi
dent wi'l submit to congress at the aj
proachmg session the chums for indem
nification and for other substantia'
recoiiii-ense of the Rriti»h cable corpor
ation which sutferei.l as a result ot tne
American oierations iu the Philippines.
The corporation claims damages for the
interruption of their cable business by
the American forces. The claims wore
reduced to a very low figure but were
disallowed. The Eastern Extentioii
claim claims that it has a franchise
from tli® Spanish government, obtained
1m fore tho war, granting it a monopoly
of cable business throughout the Phil
ippines. Another set of claims which
will be referred to congress are those
arising from the deteution aud isola
tion of Japanese subjects in connec
tion with the bubouic plague lu-st sum
mer in Sau Francisco and tho claims of
Ja]tancse citizens for damages sus
tained through the action of the Ha-
roRTO R1CAS SCHOOLS.
AiJltltt»l Accommodation# foi* 300,000
(. Iilhlrru Needed.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 1").—M. G. Brum
baugh, commissioner of education for
_\trto Rico, says the school system now
in ojn'ratiou there includes NJO teachers
aul i upils. This is ouly a be
ginning, as there ure oOO.(HX) children
ot school age without school facilities,
uost of whom would enroll if they
ould. Commissioner Rrumbaugh says
the hope of the island is iu tho public
schools and that tho great illiteracy iu
Purto Rico must be reduced. The
schools arc not to be compared vrith
Amcricau systems, but their minsfor*
liiation must IK- gradual. The ruport
Kws that the present school law slioui'l
be'wholly abrogated at the coming ses
sion of the insular legislature, for
many reasons, and a new law passed.
KKt'OHR AKUIVES AT SLEZ.
i'ltliu*t« le»tln»tioo «»t Hta
..phuu.' I"'"/
city IT
Tagcblatt
its existence since th
e\-
""s«'siif«ar thut some coiisiierabl».
Sl,n
t'nknnwii.
•St'KZ. Nov. la.—The Dutch cruiser
Cielderlaud, with ex-President Kruger
on board, has arrived here.
remains secluded iu his
health is good.
Mr. Kruger
cabin. His
A delegate of the Marseilles recep
tion committee boarded the Gelderlaiid
here, but the eventual destination ot
the warship will be unknown until she
arrives at Port Said,where she w ill coal.
Mr. Kruger received an ovation
the German port of
Dar-Es-Mihuini.
FRANCHISE
at
HAS EXRIKKL).
Telephone
fiult Moine. to €»u.t
oinpnuy.
nrs M..1M-S Xuv- l.v-Sail UaB becn
U-K»n by. F. M. HubWU
""1
on
lKles encumber streets
""""rr'"w1
pnny will resist on n
K
,lk.U
jol
,rul"
troni
the ground
that its
and
The com-
u»«
i.0
uizt
J-wl.t-s, lutvinis *'00'0,W
vwtcd ui«8 piuwts.
Will
SAMPLE SHOES
ladies', gents' childr
Worm."
.,i
ry'X
.•*.
r«rt«r TmUv
-The L'uited State
Oen. rul Hor»c»
nnibas-sador to .. v„etition. lie
Porter
itiioui
mostly
hft-
left Puris on a vacation
In- "|'Sj J'J '!bi('inimostly11"
IK
will
southern part
»f Spain. Mr. Honry
riu,
Vignaud, secretary o
Culled
bo charge d'ttf-
3% JtkMggn I Haifa? Cmiter.
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, XOVEMBEH
CANVASS the returns.
to Meat on
Kentucky Klrctluu Hoard
lire. a.
FuANKrouT, Ky., Nov. 15.—Tho state
election board will meet Dec. 8 to can*
vass the returns aud officially declare
the result of tho olection iu tho state.
W liilo the Republicans have formally
conceded the election of Kcckham as
governor and announced that there will
bo uo contest every phase of tho can
vass will be closoly watched by both
sides because of the contests for con
gressmen in two districts—the Third
and the Ninth.
Colonel IJeckham will be inaugurated
Dee. 11. It is said ono of the first offi
Dial papers Mr. Durbiu, governor-elect
ot ludiuna, will liavo to consider when
he takes otlice will bo a requisition
from Mr. Deckham for tho return of
Former Governor Tay'or aud Former
Secretary of Stute Fiuley to the stato
for trial. Leading Republicans claim
to have assurances from Indiana Re
publicau leaders that Mr. Durbiu will I
follow the precedent set by Governor
Mount in these cases and will refuse to
buuor tho requisition.
ItUaiouary Cominlttea Mstflfc
NEW YOHK, Nov. 15.—The annual
meetiug of tho general missionary com
mittee of the Methodist Episcopal
church, which is to continue for a
Week, began during the day at the St.
Paul Methodist Episcopal church in
this city. The purposes of the meeting
are for the appropriation of money for
missionary work for tho ensuing year
and the apportionment of this applica
tion at home and abroad.
imiEK IilTS OF SEWS.
Henry D. Stocker, a prominent
young attorney of Minneapolis, is dead
after a brief illuets.
At Fruit Cave, Fla., Albert Houston
decapitaad Dounan Fatio withakuife.
They quarreled about 40 ceuts.
Thirteen persons were killed and 19
others injured seriously in a lire damp
explosion iu the Pluto coul mine at
Wiosa, near Brux, Germany.
Virginia college, lioauoke, "\a.t
burned to tho ground Wednesday. No
lives were lost, but the young lady stu
dents saved practically none of their
property.
Yale university offer* to educate five
Filipinos, provided yonng men of ex
ceptional litueas aud high character be
telected by Judge Taft or the Philip
pine commission.
A bent pistou rod caused the return
of the monitor Monterey to Hong Kong
soon after she had started for Cauton.
The damage is slight, according to
reports to tho navy department.
In cases begun by Dean Hart to pre
vent Sunday theatrical performances
in Denver Police Judge Thomas decided
iu favor of the theatres, holding that
city ordinance on tho subject is void.
Mr. Joseph Choate. the United
States ambassador to Great Britain,
delivered the inaugural lecture at the
Philosophical Institute of Edinburg,
taking as his theme, Xho Career aud
Character of Abraham Liucolu."
TOHl'EDO BOAT ASH OR ft,
\Vai New Vrtul About to H»M H•#
Trlnl Trip.
WASHINGTON, NOV. 15. —Theuavy de
partment has received a dispatch from
Annapolis saying that the torpedo boat
Stockton has gone ashore on Horn
Point shoals. She struck at V o'clock
Tuesday night. There is small chance
of getting her off until the wind
changes. The Stockton is ouo of the
new torpedo boats and was about to
fcave her trial trip, the board of inspec
tion beiug ou her.
Secretary Root at Ha**»a.
HAVANA. Nov. 1».—Mr. Elihu Root.
Uuited States secretory of war, arrived
here during the day on the new Ward
liner Morro Custic, which left Xcw
York Saturday al'teruoou. The steamer
mode the passage iu thrM days aua
four hours.
BLOOD
DISORDERS
are simply khlnev disorders. The
liidncvs Idler the blood of all tliit
slunihln't lie there. The blood
p,sscs through tlie kidneys every
three luiiiulcs. If the kidneys do
tlicir work no impurity or cause o.
disorder can remain in the circula
tion longer than that time. There
fore, if your blood is out of order
your kidneys luive failed in tlicir
voi k. Tliev are in need of stimula
tion, strengthening or doctoring.
One mcdiciue will do all three, the
fun st and most imitated blood
medicine there is
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Kidney
Pillm
Our fall line of SAMPLE SHOES
and getprices
'. :3^. •, .. -.
15, 1900.
.LARGEST STOVE PLANT IliTHEWORlDl
j'Mt- life iHid In 'I e in the human
heart, makes you well— keeps you well.
That's what Rocky Mountain Tea does.
FKANK SMITH.
"I have always used Foley's Honey
&ti 1 Tar cough medicine, and think it
the best in the world.' says Chas.
Bender, a newsdealer at Erie. Pa.
CHKJS. S HI TZ.
1 Real Estate,
Loans &
I
i PMC Tut.
i
s
$
I
THE
COAL
SEASON
IS AT HAND.
Order first-class grades
of Hard and Soft from the
Hyde Elevator.
WM. FiNTZEL,
Agent.
CITY
MEAT MARKET,
JOHN 8CHULTZ Proprietor.
Keep constantly on hand toll
line of
I
am meals
Fish, fowl and Game in seaaon.
Ecm avenue.
^e^u^ege bargains in
Special Sale Week!
Commencing Nov, io
to Nov.
on.
17
JEWEL STEEL BA11GES.
Every purchaser 6f a range will be given FREE 20 pieces of cook
ing utensils worth $10 as follows
1 copper rim boiler with copper bottom.
2 granite stew kettles.
2 steel spiders. 2 dripping pans.
I copper nickel plated toa-kettle.
1 steamer. 3 cake pans.
2 gem tins. 1 rinsing tin pan.
1 tin pail. 1 dipper. 1 roaster.
1 set knives and forks. 1 coal hod.
There is not a steel range on the market that is equal to the JEWEL STEEL RANGE for bak=
inland cooking purposes. We guarantee the Jewel Steel Range to bake with less fuel than any
other stove on the market. Remember the sale of special prices lasts only one week. It will pay
you to wait. The ladies are especially invited to call and examine the merits of the Jewtl range,
slso the set of furniture given away. Remember the date Nov. 10 to 17.
McDONALD BBOS.
CHAS. B. KENNEDY,
President.
TtJE riADISON
State Bank
rtadison, S. 0.
F&rm Lo&ns
•^•RATES^
The Great
The Neatest and
most complete
I
I
befor you can appreciate te bargains, "as the early bird catches the
..-Sols. j. j. DAHL & CO.
PRICE FiTECEKTS
FRENCH EYE WATER.
Inflamed eyes, scales on lids, granulation and all other
diseases of the eye. Prevents itching homing, water ul­
ceration, scratching, etc.
No one cm afford to 'tle without this remedy. Red
eyes from weeping immediately restored to their natural
brilliancy by usiug the Eye Water. It will prevent eye
troubles of School Children and strength en their eyes if
weak, and make the dull eyes bright.
Try a bottle, 2o cents. For Sale onk by
COOK & ODEE.
«4.oX*»»o-S6-.c-»ooo-x
GROCERY STOCK
Viptfpr line than ever before. You must see them
$
I
J. H. WILLIAHSON,
Vice President.
CURES ALL DISEASES OF TILE EYE,
•»-.N
in town can always be
found at Tom Carey's.
Pjompt delivery of goods, and perfect satisfaction guaranteed.
See hi* novelties in Groceries.
TOM CAREY.
footwear. They consist of everything made in

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