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•NIFICENT MONUMENT TO HIS
'UEMORV UNVEILED AT
McKinley, the Members
I, Cabinet »nd
in Military and Civil Life
rtc.pate in the Ceremonies,
toe Represents Seven Years ol
Lr on the Part of the Sculptor.
gbington, April 10.—The magnlfl
ptrian statue of Ucnerai John
in Iowa clrc-le la lov
eniory of the distinguished war
^-att'sman by his cotnrajr.s
y \u well. unveiled during
t.-rnuun. The ceremoay oreur
iiidinK President McKin-
pi s«-nce of au Immense as
i:,, iin'inhcTS of his cabinct.
„ni\iim members of General l.o
In'iho military and i\II life of
,tu,n. A grandson of the famous
Mast't fJ "ige Tucker, drew
lilk n ard which released the
nrs- th*t draped the t=tatu«*
lj .'ii.-=ed to view the heroic
i ui m. an ImpoalnK military
of which Colonel Franc in L.
the Fourth artillery was
marshal, was formed oh Penn
iaa\iiiie in front of the White
ani th nre escorted the pres
»ni other distinguished partiri
in the ceremony to Iowa circle,
vetcni'i organizations of both
ivil ml Spanish wars marched
prat- i'i'iites to the scene of the
ilinp Musi*' for the occasion
jurnirh"! by the Fourth Artillery
eral Greenville M. Podge. pres
fof th* Society of the Army of
ffntu ss» presided at the cere
in Iowa olfrlo. After the lnvo-|
hu'l 1 ff pronounced by the
I Frank M. Ilrlstol. the president's
OeiK il Podge presented the
Itor. Simmons. Younp Master!
tlx n released the clinging dra-f
of t'w statue and the splendid
I *a- iMsf losed.
owinc a brief Introduction by
a! roke, president *Kinley
trfil nn address. The oration of
MV then delivered by ,Hon.
B'f'V M. Hepew. Junior Vulted
senator from New York. The
^ory was concluded by the pro
»tion nf the benediction by the
A WORK OF BEAUTY,
hption of the Logan Monument
t'iJ' Hiian statue of Logan
jient seven years of labor on the
|of 1 uiklin Simmons, the sculp
In! i:.a!'ks a departure In sculp
jin W.ishingtun In that it rests
la -.-tal of bronze. Congress
br:at •.VM"") for the statue
contributed by the
of the Hepubllc. The
Ital I'm feet high. On its west
lisa u'-oup r»-presenting (general
"tisultation with leading of
Arniy of the Tennessee.
are portrait bronzes of
fas itiiiijje, Hazen. Shn um. I.eg
Hlair and Captain Strong.
fai-e of the pedestal is a
nting Oeneral Logan
"i'th as I'uited States sen
is being administered by
it Arthur. In this group
hronres of Senators Cul
'"nkling. Morton. Miller.
'•'I Thurman. The south
pedestal Is embellished
•'loriesI figure of war and
another of peace. The
stat no rises above the
'eot* ^»pneral I.ogan.
Is represented as riding
of battle, his horse mov-
*'it a gentle trot, his hat
drawn. The statue pro-
|!x of dignity, beauty
Humbert, late king of
Private view of the
''"Ightcd %fr. Simmoni,
'N°X TAKES THK OATH^
«s Attorney General of the
i Att! '''ttsburg, who suc-
°f "l' «ru
Griggs at the
of justice, was
House. There were
'•"sident McKlnley, Mr.
son, Philander C.
Justlre Shlras of the
who administered the
'"as. la an old friend
of the new attorney general." Mr
Knojt and his son had arrived in Wash
Ington from Pittsburg at 8:30 a.
accompanied to the
White Ho tire by C. O. L. Cooper, who
*as Attorney General Grigg's private
reeretary and who may continue with
|Mj. Knox In a similar' capacity.
.After taking the oath Mr. Knox re
lnained with the president antlt th«
WITHOUT A STRIKE.
Officials Hopeful the Jersey CentraT
Trouble Will Be Settled.
Cleveland April 10—Grand Chief
the Brotherhood of Rail
way 1 ruir.m *n, who has just arrived
heme from :.'ew York, *aid to the Ae
todated Press correspondent that not
withstanding the failure of the various
h«ads cf lal.or organizations to secure
& tot.fertnce with Vice President War
ren he Pts:i thought the trouble on
the Central Railway of New Jersey
would be settled satisfactorily to all
concerned without a strike.
"It Is true." said Mr. Morissey. "that
the entire question has been referred
to the members of the various labor
organizations on the Central road and
they are new taking a vote to decide
whether or not a strike shall take
place. I am-inclined to think, how
ever. that we shall reach an agree
ment with the company before it will
found necessary to adopt such a
Peoria, Ills., April 10.—Frn.nk P.
Sargent, grand master of the Brother
hood of Locomotive Firemen, return
ed from New York during the day.
Regarding the situation on the Jersey
Central he said:
"I do not care to discuss probabil
Ities. especially in view of the fact
that it will be definitely known in a
short time what the action of th" men
is to be. Officers of the different bro
therhoods were unable to obtain any
satisfactory answer from the railroad
officials, so the commission prepared
a circular which was submitted to
the men. by whose answer we shall
OLYMPIAN GAMES OF 1904.
Chicago Mafcftrg a Hard Fight to Se
cure the Meeting.
Chicago, April l". —Chairman Henry
J. Furbef, Jr., of the committee on
prospectus that is urging Chicago as
th" plait- for the Olympian in
1'Jiij. has received a letter from I'aris
announcing that President Loubet.
honorary president of t»ie games com
mittee. will preside In person at the
meetinc In Paris May 19 to deter
mine where the next revival of the
ancient sports shall be held. A con
ference of those Interested in secur
ing the meet for Chicago will be held
at once and arrangements made for
the securing of subscriptions for the
jruarantee of $20i.00n proposed. About
f50,000 already have been guaranteed.
FLOOD SCARE OVER.
Water in the New England Streams
Begins to Recede.
Boston. April lo—The Hood s:are
all over New I'ngland due to rising
aters tinder the influence of nearly
five days of rain, lias died out, for re
ports indicate that a change for the
better will come by morning. The
losses will be heavy, no doubt, but
nothing to be compared with some of
the freshets of recent springs.
The reason is obvious to people In
Southern New England, for the early
spring left the ground open for a good
soaking and tills natural absorption
of the rain 5s taking care of much of
the water, while the great surplus of
the overflow, being unimpeded by ic
is rushing seaward.
PNEUMONIA IN KLONDIKE.
The Disease Reported to Be Fatally
Seattle. Wash.. April 10.—Haw sou
passengers who urrived on the steam
er City of Seattle say that pneumonia
is very prevalent in the KlondBe.
Colonel J. C. McCook. Tinted States
consul for the Klondike, was very ill
April 2. and had practically no chance
of recovery. Frank J. Belcher, one
of the richest men of the Klondike, re
cently died of the disease. Just as he
was about to leave for his home in
Pennsylvania, where he proposed to
retire on a fortune of at least $ti00,000
which he had
district. A number of other deaths
have resulted from the disease.
Warrant for "Hlnky Dink.
CWi'iiKo. April 10.-\V»iT.nt» hare
Been sworn out for the arrest of Aldci
,nan Michael Kenna. well kqown as
"llmky Dink." on charges of *io'«tin*
the midnight dosing ordinance at hi.
in 01.rk «tro, «. T»o .«»•£
ww «eo..rort hy
Itoy,I. ary ami
,n »o r'
,r,,t Htatlou. Th.-*- wm* r,.fused.
k Shoe Values, but Small Shoe Prices.
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UNITED STATES ANNOUNCES IT8
READINESS TO REDUCE IN-
WOULD CUT OFF 50 PER CENT
Has Furnished an itemised Statement
In its anxiety avoid oppressing
China and to secure a speedy settle
ment of the Chinese question the Unit
ed States government stands willing
to make a heavy cut In its claim, pro
vided the other nations represented
at I'akine will abate tin ir claims in
proportion. It Is entirelv possible
that if Mr. Rcx-fcliiH «-nn 1nrtn
The Mongolian Prince Olaskan.
father-in law of I»rince Tuan. proves to
be an important factor in the rebellion
now In progress. He urges the rebel
lious troops to march on Slan Fu.
Chinese knowing (General Tung Fn
Sian say the emperor brought «he re
bellion on his own head when he pub
li lied the edict threatening the gen
eral with future punishment. On ac
fniint of his present power and in
fluence General Tung Fu Slan would
not permit this and naturally decided
to prove that power, lie has the en
tire Mohammedan population with
him. Prince Tuan also has a large
following while Prince Olaskan con
trols the entire province of Mon
The flerman minister, fir. *von
Schwafzenstein. entertained all the
ministers at a dinner Tuesday in hon
or of the anniversary
of the birth of
Count von Walderseo.
Rusia Feels No Uneasiness.
St. Petersburg. April 10.—'The No
voe Yremeya avers that Russia has
no cause for uneasiness regarding
Manchuria. She possesses separate
agreements with the governor of each
of the three provinces which remain
in force. In the future, if China de
sires her former position restored,
she can at any time sign the treaty
in her possession. In the meantime,
the St. Petersburg Zeitung says. Rus
sia is free to act iu Manchuria for the
preservation of order as her judgment
IF OTHERS WILL
Showing Oamages Sustained and
Expenditures Made Amounting to
$25,000,000 but Is Willing to Lose
Half—Satisfied That the Great Dan
fler of the Situation is Delay.
Washington, April H»—The state de
partment has heard farther from Mr.
Rockhill, our special commissioner at
Peking, touching the efTort making
there to reach an agreement, respect
ing the Indemnity to be demanded
from the Chinese government. Mr.
Rockhill's principal ffort. acting un
der direct instructions from Secretary
Hay. is to Induce the ministers of
other powers to keep down the total
of th.-ir claims to the amount which
'he financial exports, headed by Sir
Robert Hart, have decided to be within
the ability of China to pay. The l'nit
ed States government has felt that on
no account should the tetal indemnity
claim exceed £4n.o00,000 and has
steadfastly sought to make that fig
ure the outside limit of tne claims.
For itself th" state department claims
$2.i.0un,fit)0 indemnity and it has sup
plied Mr. Ro: khill with data for the
presentation of an itemized account
showing the expenditures made by
the government of the United States
in the transportation of our military
contingent in China, its maintiinence
there and the just claims of the mis
sionaries who were American citizens
anil suffered in property and person
from the Boxer outbreak.
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10,1801.
Tlie Meat Remedy for
other minister* to make a cut of r.f*
per cent in their indemnity claims, h"
will do so though the apparent result
lie the loss to the United States of
The administration Is satisfied th it
the great danger of the situation at
Peking lies in delay. Had the rep
resentations of Mr. Rockhill been
heeded, th0 officials are confident that
the formidable rebellion which has
now broken out under the lead of fun
eral Tung Fu Sian in Shen Si province
would never have occurred.
ALL NEGOTIATIONS OFF.
Russia Refuses to Further Discuss the
|Hfcing. April ltt.—The Russian min
ister to China. M. de Ciers. respond
ing to the letter from Prince Chin?
and Li Hung Chang regarding Man
churia. merely refused to hold further
communication with them upon the
Japan's Cause for Dissatisfaction.
Yokohama. April 10- The dissatis
faction of Japan with Husia s action Is
not in regard to the Manchurian agree
ment. the ading papers here affirm,
i..1 .ITAAO ll fll
but with Russia's-action In Manchuria.
Hence. Japan declines, according to an
Important section of the press, to
consider the abandonment of the
agreement as a final settlement of the
Manchurian question. It Is urged that
this cjucstion should be brought be
fore a conference of the ministers,
the other Chinese questions.
Joint Smashers Discharged.
Kansas City. April 10.—Mrs. Pru
dence Smith, Mrs. James McNutt and
her daughter were arraigned in Judge
Manning's court in Kansas City,
Kan., on the charge of destroying
property in an Armourdale Joint on
March n and the county attorney dis
missed the rase. The women refused
to say whether they Intended to con
tinue their crusade against the joints.
Action on Parole Bill.
St. Paul. April 10.—The house has
reconsidered tne vote by which the
bill permitting the parole of the no
torious Younger brothers, now serving
life sentences in the state prson, was
indefinitely postponed after hav'ng
l»een recalled from the governor for
amendment and without in any way
altering the bill returned it to the
governor for aonroval or rejection.
CJIKK ItKLIKP Klin* l-.MN.
AU who us« Chamberlain's Pain Balm
for 1 umatism are delighted with the
qui.-K t' lief from pain whieh it, affords.
Win n speaking of this Mr. I). X. Sinks,
of Tr\. Ohio. na s: "Some time ago I
hai a severe attack of rheumatism in
my arm and shoulder. I tried num
erous remedies but got no relief until
recommended by Messrs. F. Parsons A
Co..druggists of this place, to try Cham
berlain's Pain Balm. They recom
mended it so highly that I "bought a
bottle. I was soon relieved of all pain
I have since recommended this liniment
to many of my friends, who agree with
me that it is the bept remedy for luumni
lnr rheumatism in ths market." For
pale l\ all druggists.
You wi'l waste time if you try to cure
indigestion or dyspepsia by starving
yourself. That only makes it worse
when you do eat heartily. You always
need plenty of go.xl food properly
digested. Kodo! Dyspepsia Cure is the
result of years of scientitic research for
something that would digest not only
some elements of food but every kind.
And it is the one remedy that will do it.
COOK & OIKF.
It 1 as endured the sotrmsof imitation
and' competition, »t utiiix'a lilro the
pyra.'iiitls unshaken in the love und con
ileiii*e of the people. Rocky Mountain
lVa made by the Madison Medicine Co.
MYSTERY AT DES MOINES.
Foul Play Thought to Have Caused the
Death of Cashier Grayson.
Pes Moines, April l".—Sensational
developments are promised in the cir
cumstances surrounding the death of
Benjamin Grayson, assistant cashier
of the Iowa Loan and Trust company,
Cravson was found by his wif» in the
loft of his barn in a dying condition.
She rarried him into the hou.Ti and
he died soon afterwards, exhibiting
symptoms of morphine or other poi
soning. The detectives are probing
into the matter closely.
Dor* It ray to ltu Chwipf
A cheap remedy for coughs and colds
is all right, but you want something
that will relieve and cure the more
severe aiul dangerous results of throat
and lung troubles. What shall you do?
(Jo to a warmer and more regular clim
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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. "Boschee's
tiernian 8vrup." It not only hods and
stimulates the tissues to destroy the
germ dipease, but allays intlamation,
causes easy expectoration, gives a good
night's rest and cures the patient. Try
one bottle. Recommended many years
b\ all druggists in the world. (Jet
Green's Prize Almanac.
You cannot enjoy perfect health, rosy
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This is why our shoes are constantly moving. We have jxist received
many NEW THINGS in FOOTWEAE for spring. Our BOYS' SEAMLESS
sells at sight. An elegant assortment of childrens' shoes for boys
m. A... am vtaW 1
AVTAflt. t.Vlfit AOOD flftHTifl Afttl
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I Some special offerings at
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A. W. HOLDRIDQE.
fae! likon new woman and do all my housework and wnmint which 1 vnuld
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very to nnte any jiocir
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SUIT OF CLOTHES
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what I can do for you.
Jin REGAN, Herchant Tailor.
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