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The war office in London has cabled its agents in this country to buy no more mules and horses for the South African war, but to hurry all stock now under contract to Xew Orleans where it will be put aboard ships as speedily as possible. Colonel de Burg, the chief of the British army in the United States, is not in the city, urowi on tier. Inexperienced Parent—I do think a little girl baby is the dearest thing in the world: Experienced Parent—You'll find she comes a good deal dearer when she's about 20.—Chicago Tribune. BRIEF BfTS OF NEWS, General Fitzhugh Lee is ill at DeB ver with a slight attack of grip. Jeffries and Ruhlin have agreed to fight before the club giving the big gest purse. The condition of M. Waldeek-Rous seau. the French premier, shows con siderable improvement. Offt ial confirmation of the selection of F. D. Underwood of the Baltimore and Ohio as president of the Erie rail road onipany has been made. EXP At ZD CY WOOD. fcuban Delegation Told Ail About Piatt Amendment. Havana. April —Th so-called radical element in the Cuban consti tutional convention, including Senors Juan Gomez. Portuondo. Aleman and Manduley, held a conference with Governor General Wood regarding the Piatt amendment. General Wood said that the United States government intended to deal justly and honestly with the Cubans and had no desire to retain possession of the island. He pointed out that the Piatt amendment was drawn up primarily with the view to protecting a weak nation against outsiders, as well as against internal strife, and would not inter fere with Cuban independence. He explained that the Washington inter pretation of clause IU of the scheme of relations was that the United States claimed the right to intervene solely for the purpose of preserving the in dependence of the island, maintain ing an adequate force to protect life, property and individual liberty, and rompleting the obligations imposed by the treaty of Paris upon the United States. He expressed the opinion that in drawing up a treaty many public interests in the future relations of the United States with Cuba might be more clearly expected to meet the present obligations. The delfgat'-s were apparently pleased with the interview. Senor Portuondo said he thought everytning would be settled satisfactorily. He is in favor of the appointment of a commission to go to Washington and expects favorable results from such a step. Orders w«re issued during the day directing the holding of municipal elections throughout Cuba June 1. There will be 15 days for registration, beginning April 19. DEPARTMENT HOT WORRIED. Complaint of Chippewa Indians Dis cussed by Officials. Washington, April The officials of the interior department are not alarmed over the situation on the Chippewa reservation in Minnesota, and they treat lightly the press re ports to the effect that Red Blanket and other prominent Indians (ft the Bear Isldand band have presented grievances to Governor Van Sant In connection with the dead-and-down operations. Indian Commissioner Jones said he was cognizant of the fact that green timber had been cut during the win ter, but he said it was in such small quantities as not to justify the wide spread criticism in Minnesota of Agent Mercer's administration. The commissioner also shows fig ures he has received from Agent Mer cer and Mr. Farr. the logging superin tendent. showing that the prices re ceived for dead-and-down timber this winter are fully 100 per cent in excess of those paid two years ago. Anti-Russian and Italian Riot. Geneva, Switzerland, April 8.—A se rious demonstration against the Rus sian and Italian consulates and the residence of the Italian consul occur red during the evening in connection with the extradition of Jaffei, an al leged accomplice of Gaetano Bresci, the assassin of King Humbert. The mob tore down and shattered the coat of-arms at the Russian consulate but were prevented by the police from Ml# material damme elsewhere. trftish Government Cables Instruc* Northern Pacific Sells Its Yellowstoni tions to Its Agents Here. hew Yo:k. April 8.—A special to Thf World from Now Orleans says: but is expected in a few days. May has been set as the time for closing up the business of shipping stock from the United States. It is expected that the last animal will be on board ship and tiff by that time. It is believed that the injunction suit began by General Pearson of the Boer army, and E. Van Ness of New York, in the district court here, has something to do with the orders, though the British agents deny it. The lockout at the Oneido (Pa.) of Coxt P.rns. & Co.. which n in fon s n-cral days, has ollit 1:: tn ii.hr wivi k on the Wheeling ir, I !.ak»' Krie road n- at' Jewett, O.. Fr.sint. Fisher and an unknown ^to kman were killed. Ail the American hound steamers It ovine England this week have un usual'v h. avy passenger lists, almost equaling th»* summer traffic. DISPOSES OF ITS HOTELS. Park Property, Washington. April 8.—The depart ment of the interior has consented the sale of the Yellowstone Nationa Park property owned by the Northeri Pacific to the Yellowstone Park Trans portation company. The matter ha» been hanging fire for months, ant while the secretary of the interio has not yet officially signed the pa pers he is understood to have givei assurance that the transaction as out lined to him will be given formal ap proval. The policy of the depart ment has been to divide the park priv ileges as much as possible and opposi tion to the purchase outright of al concessions by one company has beet made by a rival transportation line The Northern Pacific owned all th* hotels and improvements of that na ture in the park while operating it un der the association name. J. H. Deal has been officiating as president. Th« transportation company making th» purchase has been operating in thi park. Major E. W. Baehe and S. S Huntley of Helena, and H. W. Child! of St. Paul, are its premiers. Th transfer embraces the mammoth Ho1 Springs hotel, the Fountain hotel. th Grand Canyon hotel and the Lake ho tel. aggregating over $300,000. includ ing two lunch stations. The Northerc Pacific has been operating them sinct !Sv3. but at a loss. The new owners will build another big hotel Upper Gc «er basin. ALL CN at tlM WILL MTURN. Governor of Has No' Porto Rico Resigned. Washington pril b.—Governor AI len of Porto Rico, after an hour's con ferer.ee with the president, an nounced that he would return to Porte Rico May 1. He will continue as gov ernor of the island at the request o the president. Victory for the Republicans. Sioux Falls. S. I)., April 8.—The de cision of tlu supreme court in the ap peal of the Republicans for coutro of the state board o charities and cor rections is the most Important politi cal event in the state for man months. By the decision the boani appointed by Governor Herried wil take over the state institutions fron: the Populist board, the members ol which claimed to hold over under ap pointtnent by Former Governor Lee Was a Favorite Haunt of Dickens London. April 8.—The Black Bui Inn. the last of the ancient hostelrie in Holborn. is to be pulled down. It was here that Dickens laid the scent of the nursing experiences of Mrs Gamp and Betsy Prig and where th« immortal Sairev perpetrated so many of her historic expressions. After standing for over 300 years it is no\v to make way for modern building.-' which will soon replace all the old haunts so dear to Dickens. Charged With Election Frauds. Denver. April S.— Frank Fisher, a judge in the Twentieth precinct of thi Ninth ward at the recent city elec tion. has been arrested. He is accused of having mutilated about 100 ballot? cast by Republicans, thus causing them to be thrown out. James Allen, the other Democratic judge in the same precinct, and two clerks, for whom warrants have been issued, are missing. BRIEF BITS OF NEWS. Lord Salisbury has started for the Rivera. Ex-Premler Stoilgoff of Bulgaria Is dead after a short illness. The South African Critic, a periodi cal published in London, says Cecil Rhodes is seriously ill. LATEST MARKET REPORT. Ouluth Grain. Dri.UTH, April 6. WHEAT—Cash No. 1 vrd 7:i%c, \'o. 1 Northern TO^c. No. i Northern 65?i@ f'O ',o. To Arrive—No. 1 hard 7:i":«o, No. 1 Northern 71 "12, MayT^'v July7:}V£o. Sioux City Live Stock. Hiocx CITY. In April i. CATTLE—Sales rang« at for beeves. & 2~ 63.5~ for cows, bulls and mixed, 1.2-i for stookera and f»:oi ers, 4.4') for calves and yearlings. HOGS—sales ransre 1 fit St. Paul Union Stock Yards. SOT'T I ST. PAT'T.. April 6. HOGS—Sales ranged at !7£. CATTLE—Sales ranged at J^4.4.'.#0 for good to choice butcher steers, 40(i} 4.00 for good to choice butcher cows and heifers, »4 ."» J5 for choice veals, 4 00 for choice feeders. SHEEP—Sales ranged at 14.50(^,1.25 for choice butcher lambs, M)%\ 13 for choice fat wethers. Ctiieago Union Stock Yards. CHICAGO, April6. CATTLE—Sales ranged at %'.()&<.()() for good to prime steers. &J.7'idit.iJ) for poor to medium, $'i.7®4 7." for stockers and feeder-. H)(&1 70 for cows and heifers, 40(^1.00 for Texas steers. HOGS—Sales ranged at 10 for mixed and butchers, $0.00&0.15 for good to choice heavy. jv for rough hea\v, fur light, 10 for bulk of sales. BH EE P—Sales ran god at $firstname.lastname@example.orgO for Hheep, for Iambs. Chicago Grain and Provisions. CHICAGO, April«. WHEAT—AprU niAc, May 7U:tfc, July 7l i COH-N—April Wic, May July 4:j%C. OATS April 20£@&}>6c, May i i -c u y POKK—April 14.73, May $14M, Jttlf tl».H714 FLAX—Cash Northwest $1.54%, No. 1 $ 1 6: i A a y POL'LTKY Dressed turkeys 7SJ ll'/ic, chickens 94615c. BUTTER—Creameries 15®30^c, dairies tuwm.. If troubled by a weak digestion, less of appetite, or constipation, try a few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach ami Liver Tablets. Every box warranted. For sale by ^1 druggists. Those famous little pills, DeW itt s Little Risers will lemove all impurities from your system, cleanse your bowels, make them regular. COOK & ODK.K. Bfrt Way to tare niu kwclie. rSaeUaehes are caused by disorder in the kidneys. Foley's Kidney Cure will make the kidneys right. Take no sub stitute. CHRIS. SGHUTZ. Skin troubles, cuts, burns, scalds ami chafing quickly heal by the use of IV Witt's Witch* Hazel Salve. It is imi tated. Be sure you get l)e Witt's. COOK «FC ODEK. The editor of the Fordville, Ky Miscellaneous, writes as a postscript to a business letter: "I was cured of kidney trouble by taking Foley's Kidney Cure." i Take nothing else. CHRIS. SCHUTZ. FINALLY KILLED IT. I Bill for Release of Youngers Again Before Minnesota Legislature. St. Paul, April S.—The bill to parole the Younger brothers, now .serving sentences ot life imprisonment in tin state prison for the bank robbery am! murders in connection therewith at Northfield, Minn., 25 years ago, was finally killed by the house of repre sentatives. The bill had gone to th governor for his approval, having passed both houses in an amende.: form, but a question of unconstitution ality arose and the bill was recalled from the governor to remedy this de fect. The house first refused to amend the bill and then by a vote of f.:i to 50 indefinitely postponed the bill. The fight for the pardon or parole of the Youngers has continued without rest for the past 20 years and thi has been the nearest to success ha they have yet reached. SUCH A CHANGE. Not only in feelings but in looks. The skin is clear, the eyes are bright, the cheeks are plump. No more pain and misery, no more .sick headache, no more jaundice. What worked the change? I)r. I'ierce's Golden Medical Discovery, which cured the disease of the stomach th.it prevented proper nutrition, and also cleansed the clogged and sluggish liver. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. It cures diseases of lungs, heart, liver, and other organs which seem remote from the stomach because many of these dis eases have their cause in a diseased con dition of the stomach involving the allied organs of digestion and nutrition. I sent yon a letter about a year ntro," writes Mrs J. Kili* Hamilton, of Farmlrigton. Marion Co.. West Va. -'I Sit. 60c. stated my case as plainly .is I C'nild. and received a letter from you in a few iayv telling me to use Dr. Pierce's Golden Mel iral Discovery and "Favorite Prescription'—a battle of each. I used three of each, aii'i feel like a new woman Don't suffer any jinin or tnis»-rv any more. Before usinjj your medicines I suffered all the time—had jaundice, caused from food not diae-tiuj^ properfv. I would have sick headache three ami four times in a week. Could not do the work myself. I commenced u-inif vour medicines as recommended for liver complaint, and think I am cured now. I asked our doctor if he couldn't cure me. and he said he could give me medicine to help me but the trouble might return any time, I doctored three years without any relief. Haven't hail sick headache since 1 took the first bottle of your medicine." Dr. I'itrce's Pellets cure constipation. Vnethu. Genuine stamped C. C. C. Never sold In bulk. Beware of the dealer who tries to sell "something j"st as good." Not ice of Annual School Eieciioii. He it resolved bv tbt citv council of tlie u* of V. I.. H. J. That ho'ire if hereby iven thnt tlje annua! trhoi i (j.eetjuii will bi h«'l 'n th« city «,f Ma»ii "oti.s. I).,ofi TiiKMOav Apptoved the dnv ofAp-il, ISJOl, for fit- election of the following officer?, to- April 5th, 11*11. wit: Mii •ehool tri aMirer. On* member board of edtif Htiou Firct ward. fine rncnifier lioHrd of emirHtiori, recoup ward. One member nourd eaiirmion, Third want. Onf member board of oduratioi'. Fourth ward. The vofiii-/ ilur.ep "hall be a* follow*, to wit: In the l'iri*t ward, noith went jury room in court house. Ii^tlie Serot ward, council chamber*. In the '1 hird warn, old Murray buildlri" on 4th tieet. In the Fouith ward, •flice of Oraney'a livery barn. At -ai«t election »he r,olU will be kent oj!«n from u o'clock in the forenoon uuti) o'clock in afternoon of Maid disy and no longer. Adopted April ~lh, l!*»J A»«•"»: CHAM. J, PORTP. II, W M. liAfc, as or. it v A ml it or. Notice of Annual Election. He It resolved bj the city council of the tvof M»di*f ii. S. IJ. That i.otire in hereby given that the annual election will be held in the citv of Mart^on. h. D.. on Tuernay the |t th day of April, 1!VI, fop^he election of the following officer* to wit: One a^secfor. Oneauleimini from hirst ward. Oue aUleruiuii from Second wtifd. Oiia alderman from Third wari|. One aldermim Ironi Fourth ward. That at *aid etei t'on thvru fhall tir? e-tirn it ted to the elector? the foilowihtr propoflitlnn, viz Hhall Independent School DiHtrtct No. I, Mad iHon. Luke loniitv, South Dakota, adopt'and come under the provi-ioiiM of Chapter Chap ter lo, Article of the ceNcioii l»,vn of South Da kota for U'.t'i fo» ediicatlonal i urpo»e«. The votiiiL' place* nhiill lie at follows, to-wit In the Kirnt w»rd, northwest jury roojo In cosrt houie. In the Second ward, council chamber*. in the Third ward, old Murray building on 4tb Htreet. etreet. In the Fourth ward, o(He« of Craney'a |]v«ry barn. At faid election the polla will he kept open" from 1» o'clock in the forenoon nt.tll 4 o'clock the afternoon of poio dav and no longer. lo Adopted April 5lh, 11MI) Approved April rlh 1H01, Atte-t: OHAS.J. WIBTEB. WM KAK, )f«xor. City Aaddflv, LAND! A T«Mhnniiiul I roni Old rfiKlsttnl 4,1 foiini'lfr Chainlicrliiiti'H ('ruii^h Rumetly the Ix-nt in tho world for liron ehitin," Rays Mr. William Savory, of Warrington, England. "It has Ha\f«l my wif-'H lift*. H!I« having b«*f»n a martyr to broncliitin for over six yearn, hf-ing most of the time uonlinl to h«r t»- 1. Hhe iH iif)vv quite well." Sold by all DRUGGIHTH. up to lle with Croup. Mrs. 1'. L. Cordior of Manningtori, Ky writ«-H: "My three year old girl had a severe case i croup, the doctor uaid KIIC could not live and I gave her up to die I went to the Htore and got a ijottle of Foley's Honey and Tar, the lirst ilotw gave »|uick rejit-f ynd paved her life." Ciiitis. Soiurrz. *1 h«d pile« 1 *tmi 1«I get no rent nor find a cure until I tried ItaWitt'H Wileli Hazel Salve. After using it on»:e, for got I ever had anything like Piles." K. C. lioice, Homern Point, N. Y. Lookout for imitations. He HUre you ask for l)e Wfct*. COOK & ODES. Tlttr Moat stubborn CoiiKlia resulting from art attack of la gripne or heavy cold, must yield t» the wonderful healing properties of Foley's Honey ami Tar, which strengthens the lungs and makes them sound, QRRIS BOHUTK. where *ou can raise "Wheat, Oats, Barley, Corn, Flax, Potatoe in fact everything adapted to this latitude, nri^ where you can successfully carry on Dairying: & Stock Raising Is the Ba^is of All Wealt and the demand for Lake County farms is increasing. If you are ill search of a Good Home i a Good Climat and where your family will have the advantages of Good Society, l! Good Schools, Good Church Facilities, then come and see me, and I will show you just what you want. aft 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 you 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 large num ber of substantial buildings have been built in Hadison the past sta aon and the city is steadily growing in population. Correspondence ^licitcd.'—o Chas. B. Kennedy, MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. Heal Estate, ipraice. Ibsillc Tnw. if YOU "i nave been troubled with iii'itt.^.1 for ten years, have tritul iitai t'1" and spent much inoiiev to l'ur'' '"itU I tried Kodol Dy'spett^ia hav'H taken two bottles and gotten relief from them than allotln i 1 taken I feel morn like a hoy have felt in twenty years." Kiggs of Sunny Lane, Tex. 'Ih«»ti^ have testified as did Mr. Hig^- 4 Cook A Dyspepsia ll Kodol Cure Digests what yo«i It artificially Igestt the food aui to ttirangtbeDiog ®',a utructlng the 4 eur- exhausted I a e o e a a o ant and i 0 tonic. No other prepay can approach It ju lo efflciciwy* ire •tantly relieveaand pe^^laritnirU' £y®p®pala, Indigeatioo. flatulence, Sour Stomach, .ar)a Sick Headache, Oa«tralgla,CraoJP •11 other reiuluoflmperfectdi^^ ^rtMr«e ty C. £. Oef TT aC^