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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, November 16, 1900, Image 1

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HljISHKD 1800.
JADYTOSUBMIT
0f
l!ie Powers to Chinese
i^ace Envoys Practically
Ajrited I'pon.
)[in(»i' Plintses «f Several
J^ioiiant Questions to
Be Settled.
Lfctors Have Cabled for In-
Lriietioiis on the Points
111 Di!putc»
Vt Xov. 14.—Tho noto of the
,ot!l, Chinese pleniioteiitiarics
lUy 1o
laeSt
ready to submit within
iy
days. This announcement
Imaile lit tbo conclusion of a meet,
of nuni.-tcTH. It ill added that all
under discussion have been
[jjcally agreed uj»on, except minor
of'several of tho most important
Wjutis. Concerning these points tho
[iters have cabled for instructions,
•h the)' expect to receive before
20. the (late of tho next meeting.
ITKISINO I* Sl'UKAIUNir.
LJJOB In thin* HIM Uruffi to
mi AUruiloi 1-mtrnt.
hgcitAM v. Nov. i, via Victoria, E
|\*ov. If'.—Tbo rebellion in Soutli
l:"ia has grown to an alarming ex
It, The Triad party in Kwaug
tjf had been very active since tho
qmtiou of Wei Chow. Tbo i pe
tto*'j* \vre losing ground steadily,
ireWi* having renewed the siege of
k.tlxiw. They capture I tame ll*»w.
iiitrict* as far an Namahan ou tho
Ltitref Kwaug Tung aud Kiaug fci
ie rommodor© of Kwang Tang,
i3,tnu men, engag«-d 13.1K.HJ rebels
0!i^
Kwaug fcieu on the v."2d, but
defeated. Throe thousand troops
i: Cant* u are under orders to reiu
|cjh ni. His position wasdusperate.
•(.-flicial* and public at Canton are
state ol jianic. Tno liritish consul
'autuii r.jtorts having received a
id robin from the reformers asking
to ui" his influence t*» have for
..trs leave the city, as tluy are de
is of capturing Canton and OfW*
"viug the Maucbn i*wer.
LAST OF TIIEM START.
ritt»« Troop# in Ctifna I^»ve forth#
l'hlll|i|iiiir».
V"ASRisc.r«»\t Nov. Id.—Quartermas
Luddiui ton s inforin- that tho
sjKirt buinner saib-d from Nagasaki
UK the day for Manila with four
js of the Sixth cavalry aud four
'unes of tho Third artillery. is
n jMirted that four companies of
Fiiteeuth infantry left Taku Wrnud
Manila. Tho troops mentioned
pri»e the last of tho United States
y China withdrawn for service
i'.if Philippines. The only troops of
raited States now in China are tho
•Uuu guards at Puking in command
Uutral Chaffee.
WILGUM'S
s»ianK
INTENTIONS.
lug to
Acqnlrti I'lrco of ChiOM*
Territory.
lilssEL-s, Nov. lft.—In the senate
minister of foreign affairs, M. J.
•ercau, made tbo following state
':'i with reference to tbo intentions
'-•'.glum in China:
"Ihe government does not coiitem
'e military o|*erations in China nor
f'Tinatiou of gendarmerie. W e are
i'ig
to acquire a piece of territory.
a simple sett lenient only and
':iout political importance. The ac
-•ution will bo made at Tien Tsin or
laps cIm'Where, but it will not giw
to military oi»eratious."
I.mprror Will Itvturn to IVkinR.
JH
N-TSIN, Nov. ltl.—It is reported
an ini|H.'rial edict has been issued
^-ounciug that Emperor Kwaug f*u
tlie empress dowager will return
'Hing. A Russian column of
with four guns, which left here
4, returned Nov. W, having cu»
tho Clunoso. At lisia isang 'he
J^siam ought 2,Ooo Cluuu*u U-o»ps
versing them and killing 200. The
had uo casualties.
1
H« V*y of iCHC(ir« Aliroail.
Nov. 1«.—The reichstaff bill
v'dmg
fur a third supplementary
b' oa account of tho China exiedi-
11
fixes ihe salarv of Field .rsha
"it von Waldcrseu at loO.WMi marks
h!
'"ally, with large extras, 'i be divi-
K
«"mnuindors will receive (KW
il*s ami extras, and lower
l»o paid pr«)portionately. *h"
,V(!
aro live tunes
lho
rates
'"lKii.il ut hoaiJ.
of
th-
^cklag Wl»e»r NH"
1
'KKiNa, Tuesday. Nov.
Ceneral Humphrey of tieneiii
UldW»
utaff has gone to Sban-Hai-
worm.*
Kaau «m tlio Gulf Liao-Tuu^Tto'
biHtTL',1'
Plac°port.
r"«'-rd"'«
bility as a winter
Immigration to Cuba.
Washington,
Nov. 1«.-According to
a statement from the division of cus
toms and insular affairs of tho war de
partment the total number of inimi
grants arriving at Havana during the
past hscal year was 21,107, of whom
i.'-'M. came from the United States
1?,%K lrom spam, 871 from Mexico
and Jh« fioin other countries.
FIRE IN THE MONTEREY.
Flam.» fWiu..«»,! nerop„
KfHi liliiK Hi" MaKii/in,..
VICTORIA, li. C., NOV. 10 —Mail ad
vices from the Orient say that fire
broke out in the United States steam
ship Monterey Uct. 21. The Haines
came from thu electric light room, and
it was feared that they would spread
to the magazine. Volunteer tireinen,
however, soon brought their hose into
play, and in a short tim- duuger was
passed. Five of the crew who had
gone below narrowly escaped sulloca
fcion.
Tho damage was small.
1N7VNCTI0N" GRANTED.
Elecoton of tin* Strong F.atate Mutllat
*•11 Certain s«s«-urit ie*
Nkw Yoke, Nov. 10.—Judgo La
combe of tho United States circuit
court, ou th.• application of Eliza T.
Cuiswold of Philadelphia, has granted
a temporary injunction against Mary
U. Strong, p. li. Strong and Albert li.
Shattuck, individually and as execu
tors and trusti es of the will of the lute
AUMMI HaflWf I"**
Miidr KO»B.
WASHixiTON, Nov. lti.—Nows has
e e n e e i v e e e o o a
typhoid fever of Mrs. M* lviiilev's
nephew, Assistant Paymaster J, S. ltor.
ber. at Hong Kong. The news came
in the form of a dispatch to the navy
department from tho commander of
the Monterey, to which young Barber
was attached.
®l)e JttftMsoii Mo
RESULT OF
iwa»aiu-
i
William L. Strong, which restrains I
them from juirtmg with or disposing of
certain mortgages, bonds, stocks and
i
other securities claimed by the com- i
plainant.
The bill of complaint states that
prior to Nov. 2, 1'JUtJ, the complainant
entrusted to the late William L. Mrong
certain moneys, approximately amount
ing to $1» 2.000, for the sule purj.'osc of
investing tho same fur her lenetit and
account that Mr. Mrong advised her
from time to time thai such invest
nients were made in good and sullic.ent
mortgages, bunda and stocks and other
securities.
The pajjers also assert that on the
death I Mr. Strong the defendants
took possession of ins estate, including
l'rc|i«rly Own«-U by the t'«nu|ilaiuwii
which on the 12th of ^sovember they
refused to deliver to the petitioner aud
she therefore asks that the three de
fendants or their agents be restrained
from selling, delivering or parting with
the property aieutionod.
The connection of Mr. Strong with
the Griswolds extended over a long
period. He was one of the most iuti
niati? friends cf the elder (Jriswold,
now deceased.
tho heirs as individuals, ana not by
the Ciriswold Worsted company. It is
thought that this claim will bo amica
bly adjusted, and will not come to
trial.
Major Putnam B. Strong said that
his mother owns the house, 12 West
Fitteleventh street, which may be
worth 1 T.*»,0' 0 aud that she also has a
small -income from pr*ierty left her by
her grandfather, Israel Shelton, a
Southern planter.
MRS. KINLEY'S SEl'HKW.
froIU
1
News of the death was conveyed to
the White House personally bv Captain
Crowles. acting chief of the navigation
bureau, and caused great grief to Mrs.
McKiuleV ami the president.
Mr. liarber entered tho Ohio volun
teers at the outbreak of the Spanish
war as a private, with his cousin
James Mclvinley, und was commended
fur gallant conduct, lie was musterod
out at the eud ol tho war and when ho
recovered his strength, which had been
shattered by the exposure aud hard
service to which lie was exposed, he
was given a commission iu tho navy
a*
an assistant pa} master.
TWO !!AKiKS LOST.
n*ievc(i Tixy
Pjulapku'HIA,
Muuu ol' this city
from Captain llaley of tho tug
l-»r.ivulelice, R. 1*.
patch
Teaser
tho dispatch, the
cording to
irges
brother
i io IVirtlett aud three assist-
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, XOVEMHER 1«, 1900.
A
RIOT
Striking Cisrarniakers Succeed in
Shutting Down Every Fac
tory at Tampa.
American 1'nion ilad Ordered
Strike but Spaniards lie
fused to Obey.
Battle Follows Between Oppos­|Every
ing Forces and the Police
Close Ail Shops.
TAMPA, Fla., Nov. It).—A miniature
riot broke out at tho gates of the cigar
factory of Gouzales, Mora «Sc Co. Sev
eral hundred shots were fired. No one
was injured and the mob was dispersed
by the police.
For several days trouble has been
brewing between the members of the
International Cigarmakers' union and
tho Spanish uuiou, known as the Re
sistancia. Members of tho Interna
tional uuiou have quit work in a num
ber of factories, throwing about
2,000 persons out of employment.
Tho Spanish union is apparently not
in sympathy with tho movement and
about oOO of its members continued at
work in the Gonzales factory. The In
ternationals marched up aud demanded
that these ineu come out. They were
warued off the premises. An Interna
tional man tried to push his way
through the gates aud was fired upon
by the Italian guard. A volley was
fired in reply from the street. The
front and sides of the building were
riddled. Those inside fired blindly
through th© windows. No one was
hit, however. The police soon arrived
and dispersed the crowd.
All factories closed at noon and to
prevent further trouble 100 extra police
and a squad of deputy sheriffs were
sworu in.
KILLED BY A CABLE CAR.
Wttli Known New li.inipnhire Priest Rbb
Over in New York.
New Yokk, Nov. 16.—Rev*. Father
John E. Barry, vicar general of the
diocese of Manchester aud Concord, N.
H-, and ]astor of St. John's church,
Concurd, was almost instantly killed
by a cable car on Broadway late in the
afternoon, lu company with Rev. h.
M. Callahan of Plymouth, N. H. Rev.
The suit is brought by Q. W. Murphy of Portland, Me., and
Rev. W. J. O'Reilly of Manchester, N.
H., ho was crossing the street imme
diately in front of the Astor house.
Two cars were passing at the time aim
Father Berry, beiug in the lead,
jumped across the track to avoid the
first. Before he could be warned he
was caught by tho fender of the other
car and thrown iu front of the wheels.
His body was dragged for some dis
tance, tho wheels id tho first trucK
passing over and mangling it. Tratlic
was stopped fur some time, owing i•
the dillieultv iu removing the remain*.
Father Berry was G" years of a.-e
aud was well known throughout New
England. The conductor aud mou.r-
man of the car that killed the vicar
were arrested by tho police.
il«»gun on Upton'® Vftflit.
GLASGOW, Nov. lt.—The work of
building Sir Thomas Lipton's new
America's cup challenger Shamrock 11
has been started in Denny's yard at
Dumbarton, withiu an enclosure. G.
L. Watson, tho yacht desiguor, has
laid out the lines of the framework,
which will b* constructed of nickel
8teel.
The plates probably will be ot
broil.'e
All
,,,4V'' Kou7l,',rel
un Hoard lVrUlu'tl.
Nov. Hi. E. W.
has received a dis
DRIGHT'S
DISEASE
is the deadliest and most pain
ful malady to which mankind
id subject. Dodd's Kidney
Pills will cure any case of
jlright's Disease. They liavs
never failed in one single case.
They are the only remedy tliat
ever has cured it* and tliev tire
the oniv remedy that can.
There are imitations of Dodd's
Kidney Pill* pill, box and
aanje—but imitations are dan
gerous. The original and
onlv genuine cure for liright't
Disease is
O O
K I N E Y
I S
Pood's TCi^n^y Pills are fifty
CCUIJ a LwS, ut "11 utaiwJ'A
Puts life and hope in the human
heart,
makes you well—keeps you well.
"i hat's what liocky Mountain Tea does.
Fka.nk Smith.
••1 have always used Foley's Honey
and Tar cough medicine, and think it
the best in the world." says Chas.
lk-uder. a newsdealer at Ere. Pa.
CiiUI-. S''HtTZ.
•••••••••••••••••••••••••J
i Seal Esiais.
Loans i
THE
COAL
SEASON
IS
AT HAND.
Order first-class grades
of Hard and Soft (rani the
j~j[vHe Elevator.
WM. FINTZEL,
Agent.
CITY
MEAT MARKET,
JOHN SCHULTZ Proprietor.
Keep constantly on hand a full
liiwof
FrasB nl Ours! lais
Kish, fowl and Game mmon.
Eijan avenue.
Of SAMPLE SHOES have just arrived a betteran
1 copper rim boiler with copper bottom.
2 granite stew kettles.
2 steel spiders. 2 dripping pans.
1 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.
Special Sale Week!
Commencing Nov. io
to Nov.
on
17
JEWEL STEEL RA1ES
purchaser of a range will be given FREE 20 pieces of cook
ing utensils worth $10 as follows
There Is not a steel range on the market that is equal to the JEWEL STEEL RANGE for l»k=
ing and cooking purposes. We guarantee the Jewel Steel Range to bake with less fuel than any
other stove on the market. Remember the sale of special prices lasts only one week. It will pay
you to wait. The ladies are especially invited to call and examine the merits of the Jewel range,
siso the set of furniture given away. Remember the date Nov. 10 to 17.
I
i
MCDONALD BROS.
CHAS. B. KENNEDY, J. tl. W1LLIAHSON,
President. Vice President.
I THE riADiSON
I State Bank
fladison, S. D.
Farm Loans at Lowest
^•RATES^
The Great
FRENCH EYE WATER.
PRICE FIVE CE5TS
CUKES ALL DISEASES OF THE EYE.
Intlametl eyes, scales on lids, granulation and all other
diseases of the eye. Prevents itching burning, water ul
ceration, scratching, etc.
No one can afford to [be without this remedy. Red
eyes from weeping immediately restored to their natural
brilliancy bf usiug th© Eye Water. It will prevent eye
troubles of School Children aud strengthen their eyes if
weak, and make the dull eyes bright.
Try a bottle, 25
cents.<p></p>COOK
I 'phe Neatest and
most complete
For Sale only by
&
GROCERY STOCK
in town can always be
found at Tom Carey's.
Pjompt delivery of £°°cl$v and perfect satisfaction guaranteed.
See his novelties in Groceries.
ever before.
w
I
w
I
^Ili»
TOM CAREY.
see them
must

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