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BIISHBD 1890.
lURT ALARMED
eLU
,on headed «v eiNER.
I AU TUNG FU-SIAN BREAKS
OUT IN CHINA.
TROOPS
ding
ll*
WELL DRILLED
to Last Account* He Had
I Thousand Men Under His
life
0
Lrnand and Was Not Far From
Emperor'* Hiding Place—Wash-
Lton Hears That Russia Has Bro-
I Off Diplomatic R*l
Hnne
at on8
I ins April 9.—The rumors which
n current during the pant few
uf
the outbreak of a rebellion.
,d l»' General Tung-Fa-Sian. the
'r ,'oniiiian(ler of the northern
in the provinces of M(-tm»lia anl
gi have been absolutely uuili n
Chang and Prince Chins
information on the Hib
though indefinite, still
ih.ii the court U seriuu.sly
i-.il
1 l'n 8ian was. according to
,, ints, about l'.o miles from
:i
w fh 11,u00 regular troops,
to be devoted to himself.
'has about the name numb«
at Sian Fu. but it is prob
hat the troops of Tung Fu Sian
tier drilled and better armed.
believed that the Mongolian
Ion was brought about throuuh
of prince* Tuan and General
Fu Sian. U Hung Chang thinks
aro about f»."oo regular troops
np'»Ha and Inclines to the belief
•hey have not joined in the rebel-
He does not think the court is
n-. j'.nrl thinks the object of
i (who was last reported
i: with lo.tioo men. prepar
.arrest) and General Tung
.::i reate a diversion of in
in order Jo force uncondi
t'on of themselves.
:V ,iI Chinamen of intelligence
rising as most unfortunate
p:, y. nt time, to the Interests
na an i as possibly meaning the
icn troops to protect even
mrt itself.
ARE MUCH IN DOUBT.
e ington Officials Fear Russia Hat
Carried Out Her Threat.
!::ngtoii, April J#.—The Chinese
t«r was an early caller at the
(i'partmeut to seek information
tilt* report, baaed on advices to
talc department, that there had
an interruption of the diplomatic
ourse between dtussia and Chi-
Mr. VVu had not been advised of
ueh developments and the infor
n before the btate department
•o contradictory that it did not
any dear explanation of the
tate of affairs.
(i'Hibt arises from the fact that
w khill's latest dispatch dors not
n any such disarrangement and
fflcials feel bound to accept this
•'Hy strong evidence that prior
of discprds have not taken
I form. Vet the dispat'h recciv
"in Mr. Squir«'S, the American
d'affaires in the absence of
"'"Iiger. appear to have been
'Mlidt that the difficulty ai
imd made itself manifest. It
'it possible at the state depart
'hat the circumstance to whi
S,l'::res
referred occurred prior
ro,,,'ipt
in Peking «f the last
an note and that the trouble may
adjusted subsequently.
state department maintains nn
"f doubt and expectancy and
prepared to admit that there
pn
auv Interruption of inter-
i('
between the two countries.
limited or complete. Aside
"!'1 I' le^rapliic advices there are
,0f«e
Attending Circumstances
1
i'fiicate that at least some
1
w partial interruption of inter
lia.s occurred. The fact de
:*'i in Washington about a week
"at Kiissia had delivered to Chi
''"amounted to an ultimatum on
filing of the Mancliuriaii agree
l'is followed the usual course
iniatuins and fixed a definite lim
'ia\s within which China could
If
also conveyed the clear lliti
„i
v
n hat
"nfavorablo action bv Chi
^'"ild lead to a beverance of dip-
lf,|||idri between the two
ltielj,..,tS-
1
•*r' huv'
ITi ,|j.P
Unit of time fixed is
avo
iim'
one week and
p*nirei|
It. v,
last WVdnesday. Chi
n,)*
«ign Within the limit and
n,urw,
for
«V. Unaala addressed
ll. I" the powers which has
tct
,,s
nt'«
'^'ft'oving the pies
an
'"'flail agreement.
iri i a waiver of
n,
imation of an Interruption
^"»tie Ir.ti-ri ourse and
®)t JtUftison
'e was no explicit waiver and the
latest advices from Peking reporting
that an Interruption has now actually
occurred, seem to be directly in lino
with the threat previously conveyed.
In case there proves to ho an inter- i
rupl'on of the relations between Rus
fia and China it is not expected to flfs.
Iirrange the negotiations between the
flowers and China or between Russia
find 'he power*. It probably would be I
confined to a termination of the
•ntente Jon* maintained between Run
Bla and f^lna
MANIFESTO NOT 8IGNEO.
Said Aguinaldo Is Reluctant to Com
ply With Conditions.
Manila. April !•.—General Mac Ar
thur says It is impossible to make- a
statement concerning Aguinaldo now.
It is pontile that Aguinaldo will be
soon removed from the Malacanang
palace to a large house with pleasant
grounds. No. r» General Solano street,
a fashionable quarter of the city, be
Fide the Pasig river, which is being
renovated and prepared for occupancy.
Aguinaldo Is purchasing diamonds
and other jewelry. He continues to
receive certain visitors but newspa
per correspondents are excluded.
It Is said that the manifesto which
Aguinaldo lias been preparing has not
yet been signed and it is added that
Aguinaldo is reluctant to comply with
the conditions.
It appears that the majority of the
Filipinos in Manila distrust Aguinaldo
and dislike to see him accorded spe
cial favors. They say he ought to be
severely punished.
General Sandico. a former member
of Aguinaldo's cabinet, has surren
dered to the Ameiican authorities at
Cabanatuan. In the province of New
Kcija. lie has a bad record and may
bo tried.
BAND WILL BE RUN DOWN.
Oncers Wif' Make Things Warm for
Horse Thieves.
Sioux Falls. S. !.. April U.—Officers
ar«- on the track of what appears to
be a regularly organized band of horse
thieves, who for several months have
bee n ope rating in Sanborn and adjoin
ing counties. It seems to be their
practice to run stolen animals into
North Dakota, where they are dispos
ed of. Many horses have "strayed''
from farms in that region during the
winter, and recently it has been no
ticed that an unusually large number
of loose horses have been in one par
ticular locality in Sanborn county.
It is believed in that neighborhood
that the animals had been quietly
gathered up to be run out of the coun
try. Suspicion strongly points to cer
tain individuals as being the chief
members of the hand, and their ar
rest will doubtless follow in a short
time.
PRECAUTIONS TAKCN.
Projected Attempt t* Assassinate
President Loubet.
London. April !•. A dispatch to The
Rvenlng News from Paris says that
the French detectives were privately
informed of a projected attempt to as
sassinate President l.oubet during his
coming trip. Kxtraordinary precau
tions have been taken
ani
everywhere,
the usual police protection has
been doubled. Outsiders have been
excluded from the railroad stations.
Ten thousand soldiers have been de
tailed to maintain order during th^
I'reiK presiilent's stay at Nice, where
stringent orders have been issued to
rigorously suppress the slightest hos
tile demonstration.
President l.oubet is inclined to
laugh at the dete-tivos' fears that an
atte nipt will be made upon his life.
ARRESTS C0NTINUF.
Russian Officials Still After Disorderly
Students.
l.ni don. April S».-A dispatch fr.un
St. Petersburg to the Renter lelegr nn
«»mpr.ny the police at Knar
ko|f have arrested
21
students lor
lioting at the railroad station on the
t,e,iision of the' departure of nt.ier
gtudenti-' who were expelled for being
fonr.-'clew with previous disturbances
at Khatkoflf.
A number of students also were ai
rest, in St. Petersburg on 1e ,ving a
theater where they had manifest
particular apnroval ofr certain p.'s
sages of a plnv whi.-h seemed o re
fer to existing political condit.ens in
fttitudu.
Captain Carter Seeks Release.
Washington. April 1* A motion was
made in the Cuited States supreme
i.y hi-
Shoe Values, but Small Shoe Prices.
a" rr^i^vand Genta' shoes than ever before.
nJ
girls. Also a better line of
Ladies ana
anywhere Give us a call and be convinced.
THOUSANDS IDLE
HIGH WATER COMPELS CLOSING
©OWN OF FACTORIES IN
NEW ENGLAND.
PROPERTY LOSS NOT HEAVY
Absence of Ice a Beneficial Feature of
the Present Flood, the Worst in
Number of Years—Railroads and
Highways Suffer Severely by Wash­
outs and Loss of Bridges—Traffic
on Certain Lines Badly Interrupted.
Boston, April a.—Flood conditions
In the various rivers of New England
resulting from the copious rains of the
past week do not improve. The rivers
continue to rise and indications at
nearly all points are that the record
of the great Hoods of 1800 would be
reached, if not surpassed. The ab
sence of ice. which went out last week
from many of the rivers, thus far has
prevented serious damage to property,
but thousands of mill operatives were
compelled to stop work, as factories
could not be operate,! on acrount of
the high water. Tin- chief property
damage reported up to. midday was to
railroads ami highways from wash
outs. Lowlands in all sections were
inundated. At one or two points
bridges had been washed away and in
some places the structures had been
weakened. This had caused consid
erable interruption to traffic upon va
rious short railway lines in Maine.
New Hampshire and Massachusetts,
but trains on the main lines were run
ning with arly the usual regularity.
Among the mills which were com
pelled to shut clown were many at
Lawrence. Mass.. where hand?
were idle at Lowell, where the ma
joritv of the big corporations sus
pended at Lewlston. Me.. Manchester
and Nashua. N. II. At Lowell the
street railway power house was in the
midst of a lake at Nashua the light
heat and power company was on the
verge of suspension.
IS TOO EXPENSIVE.
Government to Abolish Transport
Service to Cuba and Porto Rico.
New York. April LJids for the
transportation of troops and supplies
between this city and Havana. Ma
tanzas. Cieufuegos, Santiago. Manza
nillo and Nuevitas. in Cuba, and San
Juan. Porto Rico, have been asked by
Colonel A. S. Kimball, United States
army depot
quartermaster
It is believed that if bids of the*
steamship companies are reasonable
it will be better to have the 1.300 pas
sengers and I'.rtOO tons of supplies,
which would mak? cargoes for two
coasting steamers, carried by private
companies than to support a fleet of
four or five steamers and a clerical
force, and to hire a pier at a rental
of HO.oHH a year, for the purpose
doing this work.
NO ACTION YET TAKEN.
Strike on the New Jersey Central May
Be Averted.
New York. April !•.—Neither em
ployers or employes have made de
cided movements in the wage dispute
which may terminate with a strike on
the Centra! railroad of New Jersey.
It is expected that tile men will con
fer within the next L'4 hours and by
veto agree upon a plan of action. It
is difficult to tako the measurement of
the sentiment of the moving army of
men that a railroad employes, but as
far as it can be sounded on the Cen
tra' the men seemeel to be moved by
a spirit of conservatism and to be in
clined to refrain from striking until
every resource of conference and ar
bit rat ion has been exhausted. The
withdrawal from the city of the chief-
of the brotherhoods of railway men
after an unsuccessful attempt to se
cure a confeivnco with the officials of
the railroad restores the dispute to
one directly between the company and
its ntea.
Possibly
s
f,„. ,!„• a.hllissi.,11 Jl|»t:ll" OH".
M. Carter to bail. Solicitor (.enetal
Richards gave notice thatJie \\OIM
resist the motion on be hall
i n n
davs in which to prepare a brief..
tain Carter is now s'erving a flve- ar
sentence In the Leavenworth peniten
tlarv for defrauding the government.
Mm
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA, TfKSDAY, APRIL !, 1901.
Plague.
Ann Arbor. Mich.. April 9.—In the
university hospital contagious ward
there is con Tin I'd a student whose
name is not divulged. Altogether
then* Is something startling about the
case, and it may turn out to be nothing
less than a case of genuine bubouie
plague. Dr. Frederick Novy. who
lately returned from the Pacific coast,
where he was sent by the 1'nitcd
States government to investigate bu
bonie tdairne snvs it looks owniHmi-
King Otto Is Dying.
Paris, April r».—Two Paris special
Ists on insanity have returned from
German .', where they were summoned
for consultation in the case of Kinj:
Otto of Bavaria. They consider the
insaii" monarrh doomed to death
Within a lew weeks.
Colorado Millionaire Dead.
St. Paul, April 0.—William E. John
son. a millionaire mine owner of I)en
ver. is dead here after two weeks' ill
ness. Mr. Johnson built the Floietiee
and Cripple: Creek railroad an 1 was
heavily interested in the Denver and
Southwestern railroad system, the
new smelter at Flore nce and mines in
Cripple Cree k and other Colorado du
iriets. He was about 50 years of age.
Three Persons Killed.
Reno. New. April —In a collision
With a freight train near Wells, the
westbound limited on the Central
Pai ifj railway was partially wrecked.
Two firemen and a mail clerk were
killed. No passengers were injured,
so far as known here. Fire which
followed the collision destroyed the
mail and express cars.
T) e I
lent Ke-in
rely for Kh»-unn*ti*m
EJRIRK HELIKK riui* J\WN.
Ai: who ns»» Chamberlain's Pain Halm
for nn'uniaiism are- delighted with the
quid* relief from pain which it affords.
W!.'-n speaking of this Mr. D. N. Sinks,
of I y. ()hio. sa\s: "Some time ago I
had a severe attack of rheumatism in
im arm and shoulder. I tried num
erous remedies but got no relief until
rec. .Tuincuded by Messrs. F. Parsons «V
tV. druggists of this place, to try Cham
berlain's Pain Halm. They recom
niei. led it so highly that I bought a
bottie. 1 was soon relieved of all pain
I have since recommended this liniment
to n any of my fri» nds. who agree with
me that it is the best remedy for muscu
lar rheumatism in ths market.-' For
sale by all druggists.
Y
ou will waste time if you try to cure
Lrestion or dyspepsia by starving
rM'lf. That only makes it worse
njoueloe-at heartily. You always
i plenty of tjood food properly
-ted. Kodo! I dyspepsia Cure is the
i't of years of scientific research for
icthing that would digest not n'y
idements of fo..d but every kind,
i it is the OIK1 remedy that will do it.
iu'ii
on
Mb'
liei
dig.
rcsi
son
So!'
Ai..
in this
city.
Appended to the circular proposal
is a table which shows that the army
transports carried approximated}' be
tween Jan. 1 and March 31 to Cuba
5,121 tons of supplies and 87."t passen
gers and to T'orto Rico tons of sup
plies anl -I"') passengers.
COOK A* Odkf.
It has enduvil the* sotrmseif imitation
ai. coinpetitinii, yet stares like the
pyramids unshaken in the love and con
tidenueof the people*. Rocky Mountain
Tea made hy the Madison Medicine Co.
tracks being covered by
at several low places.
L'V.
FHXNK SMITH.
Water Is High at Pittsburg.
Pittsburg. April 9.—The danger line
was passed by the rivers here at 3
o'clock. At 7 o'clock the flood reached
its crest and the decline is expected
by morning. Beyond flooding cellars
in the lower portions of the cities of
Pittsburg and Allegheny no damage
was done. The Pittsburg and West
ern railroad was abandoned from Ben
nett stat!rm to Allegheny on account
of
the
water
Hon ft P») to Hup Cfce*|if
A cheap remedy for coughs and colds
is all right, lnit you want something
that will relieve and cure the more
severe and dangerous results of throat
and lung troubles. What shall jou do?
tio to a warmer and more regular clim
ate? Yes. if possible if not possible for
you, then in either case take the only
remedy that has been introduced in all
civilized countries with success in severe
throat and lung troubles. "Hoscheo's
icrman Syrup." It not only heals and
stimulates the tissues to destroy the
erm disease, but allays intlamation,
auses easy expectoration, gives a good
night's rest and cures the patient. Try
one bottle*. Recommended many years
by all druggists in the world. (let
tireen's Prize Almanac.
You cannot enjoy perfect health, rosy
cheeks and sparkling e-yes if your liver is
sluggish and your bowels clogged. J)e
Witt's Little Karly Risers cleanse the
w hole system. They never gripe
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
I'lMiMiiit. l'?i 1 r*t it'!»\ IMtent, T*M.' e5.....« Potioo^
N.-ver Su-k.'.., WeaU.-n, of e.ri|.- .H'.
1 I 1m*. Wvit.' loi live fiimpl. an.l l.o.
i
COOK
A
Onrr.
BEST FOR THE
BOWELS
If *ou li.ir.-n a r.-irnlar. hoaliliv of th
li.iwi'lt fvi-ry ilav. ill or will In. kvf|i un:r
w.M.oin-i.
w e o i n
I of v.o-
l. nt nhvKii' lull iH»is,u. il.nn--. roil-. Tlif MmioUi
•I•i'."t rt, ,-t way of bo»»-U
.. .ir and cii-au if t» t.-ifcf
CANDY
CATHARTIC!
AGENT
i...
n
ti iltli. A«l.iiefs
»itiei.iMi Kmnv eeureXT. nut u.o or srn ve»Kfc.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
This is why our shoes are constantly moving. We have just received
many NEW THINGS in FOOTWEAR for spring. Our BOYS1 SEAMLESS
SHOE sells at sight. An elegant assortment of childrens' shoes for boys
Cca&cr
I UP-TO-DATE
i BIG BARGAINS.
Some special offerings at eld prices in
Madison acre property, with £ood build
ings.
FOR SALE tHEAP.
TWO FARHS TO RENT.
See me quick and save money. Get my 1901
sale list of FARM LANDS.
A. W. HOLDRIDGE.
If in Need of a Spring
Cardui a worn#* can do any reasonable work and enjov good health. The
health that V ine of Cardui brings makes a woman \igoroui in bedyand ni.nd.
Freed from those terrible devastating pains a uorrun grows well and strong
naturally. Vine of Qrdei regulates the disordered menstruation and cures
Icucorrhoea, falling of the womb and periodical pains in the head ur.d hack
caused by standing or sitting a long time in the same position. Thedford's
BJack-Draught puts the bowels, stomach, liv er, kicinevs and bliod in preipcr
shape. Oreatlv increased strength and endurance is the r. Jural r«uit. Most
t-ises are cured quickly. AI! druggists sell $1.00 bottle* cf WfcK Cardui
and 25 cent packages of Thedford's Rlack Draught.
r«:'!a3!-nau:
Palace Meat flarket.
Fresh & Salt Meat
Cured Hams
Sausage & Fish $
Orders promptly delivered to any part of the
city. Call aud try us.
LOUIS MALONEY,
PRICE FlVKcmS
First Door North Lake Park Motel.
SUIT OF CLOTHES
or Pair of Pants, come in and see
what I can do for you.
Jin
REGAN, merchant Tailor.
'imSM
A Strong Woman
-6
iiw
..
v. ,iv.
My wife was sick lor three y» ar-.~ W-.
everything without rtiief and spt
Tv.i*ney. My wife tried Wine of C'ardu:
i. trk's cured li»rr. She took two n.vre i
kr.owing she would have t' rk hard u
i ne hay har» est. She attended to ai) her
1: Id i'ut es and loaded and unloaded a
hay. This medicine guve her strength.
nerly she was weak an-i tired and c.-wici
gt about, but since she has been takn.g
of Cardui she fet Is better and stronger
hen'JO years of age. 'S. A. KISKNHA
..'!l
i ur
i: .tf,
uriBg
ou*e
1 the
i cr
uelly
\. ine
Hmn
1ER.
Mrs. Eiscnhafcr had triod everything during
her three y«ars sickness and had spent u^rsic.
erable money. She vas v»eak and ccuid hardly
*et about for three veers before jhe tock
WINE01CARDUI
Now, after taking the Vine of Cardui, she can
work with her husband in the hay field. That
is hard work, but it is not as injurious to*
woman's health as labor in stores, factories and
offices where thousands of girls are closely ion
fined year after year. U ith the aid of U ine of
J. P. NISSEN.
DEALER IN
"^7"Laa.es Sz Xjiq_-va.ox©,
SIOOZ FALLS Mm CO.
Our prices are the very lowest that GOOD GOODS can be bought
Sauifile Room*, comer Egan Ave. uiid ith St,
J. J. DAHL & CO.

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