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WOVl BOKIWO POWPCW CO.. Wt» YORK.
IS DECLARED OFF
STRIKE OF MACHINISTS AT CIN
CINNATI ENDS BY A VOTE
OF THE EMPLOYES.
IEYEN THOUSAND INVOLVED
kt( ker» Declare That They Fall** to
Ht-eive Financial Assistance From
H,
.dquarters at Washington and
!•. refore Decided to Resume Work.
•. ference of Steel Men and Attai­
nted Officials Still in Session.
•nnatl, July 13.—The machin
in t^is
c*ty.
which began
and involved from five to
:!,Mii!iau«l tinpluyes, prat th ally
n declared off.
A
secret mass
,if strikers was held at which
report was made that it had
uuil itj»to procure as
e in iinn»*y fronj the headqtiar
N Washington.
AH
flit- strike
runcl is exhausted, the'strikers
.•vised tu return to work.
a ly about too have applied for
it- nu nt and many more will do
e. v
{!i ial statement has been made
leaders of the striker* ami
r. fuse to be quoted, saying
0 r.»t care to do anything which
ff'-i't the Injunction proreed
!.r.-t them, s»-t for hearing July
A.I said, liowt v» r. that the
failing to receive funds from
un. Kent an agent to Wash
ure money. Uix report
!. to the meeting and it
n this that the a-tiun which
!•:•!. the strike wut taken,
i.i.
however, that the derision
n rn work was not unanimous
i' M-rn* men will still hold out.
INFERENCE CONTINUES.
Agreement Reached in the Steel
Workers' Strike.
i-urc. July 1J. Wh« n the con
i .v* en the Amalgamated as
i'.« n x«'i utivt* hoard and officials
American Sheet Steel. Steel
aiiii Tin Plate companies to set
.n- existing strike was resumed
-r i.-itioti apparently had not
iai:t"i (rnQi the previous day. al
sides appeared hopeful
ultimately reaching a settlement.
»nnld be lea rind from the
however, as an agre« ment
ni i:,.{ to give out anything for
n until after the final ad
n. Cossip on the outside iu*
ntide-nee that the trouble
allowed to continue much
the concessions on both
!p. necessary to a settle
-veek. Previous to the
the join conference the ex
-mmittee nf the Amalgamate
ation met and discussed the
h. pursued at tlie met ting.
"UN rence was resumed at
1
m. with the same reprcsenta
•tendance. It was r«-ported
E. !l. «ary of the I'nited
"*'^l corporation had arrlve|
i?y aa will take part in the
e. but could not be hwated.
Shaffer had nothing to give
•i.ferenre adjourned for lunch
The morning session, it is
s
taken up entirely by the
of the manufacturers and
"i.in, issuer of the conference re
'^touched. I'residetit Shaffer
'".'lirig definite hail been done
Hrvr, further. Judge
'i I appear during the morn
built
•V RUSSIA.
a few
DIs
^•W Harbor a Short
tance From Port Arthur.
•V'J'loij July 13.- A torn spondeat
A
Morning fost. telegraphing
Post, tc
ni
New, hang, savs tlint he lias Just
says that he
,,!''i.
ii i,
»m visiting |ainy. the new
the Russians are construct
in lien from Port Arthur, at
hut
extremity of the Laitong
sula.
He- adds that the Immense
",r Woika there are about half
t-d. Wb
finest
he partly opened In the autumn.
•n finished. Dainy will
harbor in the far Kast.
Wsll accoinmodiMs si:: or seven
s«farn.hiua.
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&AKIN6
POWDER
ATTENDANCE SMALL.
Last Day of the National Educational
Convention.
Detroif, Mich., July l.'l.—This waa
the last day of the National Education*
al association convention and when
the moruing session was called to
order by President Green the small
est audience of the week waa noted.
"Higher Education," was the topic of
the morning, papers being rea*l by
President Charles 1'. Thwing of West
ern Reserve university, Cleveland
Robert B. Fulton, president of the
t'nlversity of Mississippi Hou.'W. T.
Harris, national commissioner of edu
cation.
Pretddent Twlng, who wn= the first
speaker, discussed "Tii- Functions of
University in a Popular Iiemo. racy."
President Fulton followed with a
paper cn "Federal and State Interest
in Higher Education."
Hon. W. T. Harris read the last pa
per of the morning on "Recent
Growth of Public Schools in the I'nit
ed States as Affecting the .Attendance
|f College*."
Th papers w.-re discussed by Will
iam H. Smiley of Denver, and James
Russell Parsons, Jr.. of Albany. N. Y.
The committee appointed to consid
er th- details and organization of an
'durational exhibit at the St. "Louis
exposition has flually decided to rec
ommend to the board of managers the
construction of a .separate building for
the educational exhibit,
COLUMS4A AGAINS WINS.
Selection ef a Cup Defender Still
Much in Doubt.
Batenans Poiut. R. I.. July 13.—Co
lumbia won the day's rate, the fourth
of the series, beating Constitution by
a minute and a half at the iinish, but
by something mur« lu corrected time.
The feat tire of the day's race was the
fine work of Independence, which,
after losing her topmast at the very
start, sailed a maguifi. ent stem chase
with all her upper sails gone and was
only beaten by lu minutes at the fin
ish. The day was the best that the
yachts have had so far. a fine breeze
blowing from the northeast, which
sent them over the triangular tours*'
of 3 miles in a little over thre» hours.
The result of the race was even
more encouraging to the followers of
the Boston yacht than Thursday's
contest ami the next race bet we* n the
three boats, whenever it occurs, will
be looked forward to with great In
terest. On the other hand the defeat
of the new Herrshoff yacht. Constitu
tion. for a third time, by the old 1
defender, has still further complicated
the question of selecting an America's
cup defender and leaves the question
of which is the faster yacht in or
dinary breezes very much in douht.
TO PROTECT COMMERCE.
Special Attention Will Be Paid to the
Great Lakes.
Washington. July n.—The interest
whl.h the government is showing in
the encouragement and protection of
commerce is shown by the special at
tention given to the commerce of the
Great Lakes. The growth of the ship
ping on the lakes frequently attracts
the attention of officials irf high plac s
here and during every session of con
gress the consideration which lake In
terests obtain increases.
The officials of the treasury depart
ment in charge of the revenue cutter
service are preparing plans for a new
cutter to cost ITa.oftO which will be
used for patrolling the Sault 8t. Ma
rie channels. It will be a small fast
vessel Jind is expected to take the
place of the cutter Morrill In the
work ol preventing congesting of ship
ping in the channels and the enforce
ment of such regulations as are adopt
ed to prevent collisions.
The importance of this work Is man
ifest when it is stated that the sink
ing of a vessel In the Soo channel
means the blockading of commerce for
several days, and the attendant loss
of thousands of dollars to shippers and
manufacturers.
|N8URGENT§ ACTIVE.
Frequent Attacks Made Upon tha City
of Cebu.
Manila. July 1.1.—Cebti, capital of
the island of that name. Is still fe
quently fired upon by the insurgents.
General Hughes, in command of the
Visayas Islands, reports progress i'i
the task of penetrating the islands 01
Sainar and scattering the Insurgents.
•sees •BUM
Shoes Repaired.1
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RAILROADS LEAD
STOCKS AND SECURITIES ON THE
NEW YORK EXCHANGE CON­
TINUE DOWNWARD.
JIARKET IS VERY ERRATIC
Disastrous Drought in the Com Belt of
the Southwest One of the Principal
Causes of the Drop—Sensational Ad­
vance* in Prices of Corn and Wheat
on the Chicago Board of Trade for
the Samfc Reason*
New York, July 13.—Prices of stocks
fvere set up only to be knocked down
again. The action of the market was
very feverish and erratic during the
first hour. There was a general de
cline at the opening, but determine#
and systematic support checked it and
stocks were then bought with consid
erable animation up to the previous
night's level and above. Net advances
of a point were reached by St. Paul,
Erie and Manhattan. The morning's
report from the corn belt and the
strength of the opening corn market
sent prices of stocks crumbling again.
The corn grangers led. but the whole
list was affected, the Eastern trun*
lines conspicuously so. Prices were
tourhed whic showed losses in Texas
and Pacific of 4 1-2, Iowa Central pre
ferred 4 3-4. Rock Island and St. Louis
and San Francisco. 4 St. Paul and
Ijtckawanna 3 1-2, Union Pacific 3 1-4.
Illinois Central 3 and other leading
railroads 2 to 2 1-2. There were large
declines among the industrials. Gen
eral Electric losing 11 3-4 and Colora
do Fuel 1-2.
Efforts to rally the market resulted
In a few fitful and feverish recoveries,
but the bears were able easily to cut
the bottom out of prices and dislodge
the selling orders placed all through
the market to stop losses. As margins
were uncovered holdings were sacri
ficed unless additional securities were
forthcoming to protect brokers. In
the banks the loan clerks were kept
at hitrh tension scanning the quota
tions on the tape to guard against the
reduction of the margin of safety ex
acted in the value of securities placed
as collateral for loans compared with
the stock market price. As prices of
stocks declined stock brokers were
continually notified to furnish more
collateral for their loans to prevent
the selling out of the sacrifice In the
bankers' hands. The tone of the mar
kct became decidedly demoralized un
der this procedure of forced liquida
tion. The slump of prices caused such
net losses as Union Pacific 7 1-4. Wa
bash preferred R. Atchison 5 5-S. At
chison preferred T» I S. St. Paul H» 1-4
Iowa Central preferred. Rock Island
and Delaware and Hudson* 5. Texas
and Pacific. Chicago and Alton. Lack
awanna 4 1-2. New York C«*ntral an 1
Denver and Rio Grande preferred 4
the general run of standard stock
from 2 to 4 points. Oeneral Electri
fell 12 and Colorado Fuel 9 1-2. There
were violent rallies following thi«
slump as on the previous occasion an!
•he trailing diminished in volume, hr.t
the tone continued very feverish.
CORN PRICES BOOM.
Orought in the Southwest Reflected
on the Board of Trade.
Chicago, July 13.—Advices to boat
Of trade and grain commission
lieusi s are that the drouth in th
ASoutliwe&t is unbroken. It is said the
damage outside of Kansas and Mis
souri is comparatively slight, but that
unless there is relief within lu days
the corn crop situatiou will approach a
calamity.
A message from Topeka, Kan., de
clared the prospects are for a crop of
only &U,UU(».O*MI bushels of corn, al
though last year's crop was Itn'outMHio
and that of the previous year 237,000.
1100 bushels. The loss on hay and po
tatocs also is great—second only to
the loss of corn. It Is estimated that
the farmers of Kansas and Missouri
already have sustained losses reach
ing $ »u.ouo.oou.
It was but natural that hundreds of
reports, of which the above are fair
samples, should have been reflected
In the course of prices on the board
vf trade.
Corn, for September delivery, open
ed from 52 to 52 3-4 cents. Prices con
tinued upward, with a few reactions!
011 profit taking. At 12:25 p. m. Sep
(ember corn had risen to 54 1-4. or
30 3-8 cents above the price one month
ago. shortly before the heat and
drouth began.
Not in years have natural conditions
attracted the present prices for corn,
alt hough manipulation has. at times,
forced them higher. The fear that
climatic conditions In Kansas will
spread to the spring country In the
r.^»ri'',ra
Ncitliwest was Influc'TitiaFTrTthe wheat
market and at noon September touch
ed s 1-2 cents, a gain of 3 1-8 cents
fci the clay.
Crops Literally Burned Up.
81. Louis. July 13.—At 'J a. m.. the
ffcvernment thermometer registered
$7. In parts of Missouri and South
#vn Illinois, where the crops are being
lit' rally burned up by the tempera
tuje, which has ranged up to llo, rec
crds of £0 years have been broken.
END HER DAYS IN COMFORT.
Old Friends of Calamity Jane Provide
a Home for Her.
A&accnda, Mori.. July 13.—Mrs. Jo
pe-phine Winfleld Hiake of Buffalo, N.
V., authoress and Washington corre
spondent for a New York newspaper,
hes been in Montana for the past
•»eek searching for "Calamity Jane,"
the noted plainswoman. Thursday
Mrs. Brake discovered Calamity Jane
It* the hut of a negrt ss at Horr. near
Livingston. The poor woman was suf
l«ring with fever and was broken in
-pirit. The scene that followed the
tfer of Mrs. Brake to take Calamity
her own home in ifTalo. where she
c.-.jJd spend the remainder of her days
n. comfort, was path'.tic in the ex
i me and the noted frontierswoman
w pt like a chW. She was In th*
P.'.ack Hills at the time of the killing
Wild Bill (William Hickok) and it
said that sbt it was who captured
his murderer. She rendered valuable
rvices to Custer, Reno, Egan and
ether Indian fighters. Of late years
-he has drifted about the state from
plate to place, making a live lihood as
best she could. The wspapers print
«d columns about her. through means
which the attention of General
E^ran and many other friends of the
wt man was called to the plight of
th« ir friend of early days. The result
is that Mrs. Brake took the step men
tioned. The two women have left
Livingston for Buffalo.
Complete Restoration of Rates.
Chicago, July 1 '.—A complete and
unr» served restoration vf freight rates
v.as formally agreed upon at the meet
int: the Western trunk line commit
t' e here. A plan for a physical divi
si' n of traffic also was adopted by all
11.ads bu the Chicago Great Western.
This road agreed to maintain rates,
i* declared its intention of seeking
business ifcd ^tetjij. r.tiy.
SHIPMENTS OF PETROLEUM.
Exports to Europe the Largest on
Record.
Philadelphia. .1.y 13.—Shipments
of re fined petroleum from this port to
Europe were never before
as
Hot*Thi*
Wee!TerOneIIuc.ilred iKiliars l»ew*irtl
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
•ureti by Hail's Catarrh cure.
F. J. Cheney. v\: Co., Toledo. O.
We th'* timlersigiieii. have known F.
.I. Cheney for the lad fifteen years, and
Iielieve hint perfectly honorable in all
i'Usiness transactions f.ml financially
able to carry out any obligations made
iv the tiini.
West ,v Truan. vVholesa'e tiruugiits.
Toledo.
Waliliiiir. Kinnan A* Marvin, wholesale
Iruggists, Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure i« taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the blo»»}
•fiul nuicoiis surfaces of the system
Testimonial* sent free Price ?.*» cents
per lw»tt!e. Sold hy ail druggists.
Hall's Family pills are the test.
Those famous little pi!ls. IVWitt's
Little Karly Risers compel your liver
and boivels to do their duty, thus giving
voti pure, rich blood to recuperate your
b»dy. Are easy to take. Never gripe.
.*
MAMSON, SOl'TH DAKOTA. "ATI RDAV, Jl'LV 1.1, 1901. PRICE FIVE CES'TS
heavy
or as fequent as they have been with
in the last lu days. From the first of
the year up to last Saturday 17 ",33V
gallons had been shipped abroad,
against 135.k2t».7lS gallons for the cor
responding period of last
year, as
In­
crease of 3y.'33.1ti5 gallons.
There, are now iu port, waiting to
be loaded, as well as en route to Eu
rope. a great fleet of steam and sail
ing craft with a eaj a. ity of many mill
ions of gallons.
n-—-
COOK
OIU
A
jron haven't a rc-iTuI*!", health? nv
v\rrj «!«». I If III «'r »!.!
Ol'i'tl lllil 1«* lorv«'.ltl Ol
nt »r v'lt I'
EAT 'EM
l'l»i»atit. raUlx
N \«-r Su-kvn.
1 h.»i Urn,'
I 1II It
eniUM RiafcPT
1
BEST FOR THE
BOWELS
anient of the
W«-r|» yoi.r
V i V
TU*1 smooth­
ly ol
CANDY
CATHARTIO
LIKE CANDY
r.'ti 111. t»m.' c.,..ii
Good,
mis
I)
toiiutiv. niiiii.ii
*rw tc»ilk.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
now hiVe a flrst class Shoemaker and can do your repair
on short notice in a workman like manner.
I
(HM
V
CHA5. B. KENNEDY,
President.
MO CAUSE FOR ALARM.
Europe Should Not Be Frightened by
American Expansion.
Paris. July 13.—Senator Jules Seig
fried, the former minister of com
merce. has arrived here from his
American tour. In an interview M.
Siegfried paid a glowing tribute to :h
tmnnnse commercial and industrial
expansion of the United States, whi h,
he said, will be further increased by
the system of combinations. Nev. r
theless. he added, the people of Eu
rope must not allow themselves to
too easily dazzled or frightened.
pointed to the steel combine as an
ample of capital inflated to twice ..
treble the cost of the amalgamated
tablishments. and he question
whether further dividends taa be ps..
Oil such ifiliated capital.
THE riADISON
State Bank
Hadison, S. D.
Palace Meat flarket.
Fresh & Salt Meats#-
Orders promptly delivered to any part of the
city. Call and try u«.
LOUIS MALONEY
DEALER IN
CHOICE WINES & LIQUORS.
is!""" sioux Fells B[ewlni| Co.
Sample Rooms Corner Fgan A\e. eSc 4th Street.
I
liliiiv,
The most tniserab'e beirgs in
world are those suffering fie
pi'psia and Liver Complaint. r.
than seve'ity-fi\e per cent, of the pvoj .•
in th.» I'nitetl States are HtViii'tcd will,
these two diseases and their «-ffeo*-.
such as sour stomach, sick heahacl
tmbitual costivmss, palpitation of ti
heart, heart burn, waterbrash. gnawit
and burning pains at the pit of ti
stomach, yellow skin, coated tongue and
disagreeable taste in the mouth, com
ing up of food after eating, low spirits,
etc Go to your druggist and get a
bottle of August Flower for 7*i cents.
Two doses will relieve you. i'ry it,
(iet (ireeti's Prize Almanac.
Tlie 1 lor MuiuMCk Mitt How -1
Trouli|t»
"I have been in the drug business for
twenty years ard have sold most all of
ti e proprietary medicines of any note.
Among the entire list I have* inner
found anything to equal Chamberlain's
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea LYniedy
for all stomach and bowel troubles."
sajsO. W. Wakefield, of Columbus, tia.
"This reimdy eured two severe eases of
cholera morbus in my family and I haw
recommended and sold hundreds of
botthSof it to my customer* to their
entire satisfaction. It niTonis a quick
ami sure cure in a pie
aeon rm."' For
sale |»y all druggists.
bni oan never cure dyspt»psia iy
dieting. What your body needs is
plenty of g»H'd foi»d properly digested.
1'hen if your stomach will not digest it,
Kod.il Dyspepsia Cure will. It contains
al! of the natural digestants hence must
digest every class of food and so ptepare
it that nature can use it in nourehing
the body ami replacing the wasted
tissues, thus giving life, health,strength
ambition pure blood and good headhy
appetite.
—n
NICK BJOENSTAD.
J. H. WILLIAMSON.
V ice President.
—M
I rm Loans Lo\A/fsi
^RATES*^
IL^CiWMKllUSiSI^ ii!
J*laill|5« W
J. P. NISSEN.
.•afar.as lacRijirrsfcr'tt mTKiBaiR-.ar «r.^
Heal
1
Estate,
Loans
i
masonic Terns.
FRED KURTH
CITY
MEAT MARKET,
4
Dealer in
WIHES, LllfflS,
CIGARS.
8t«»p
iu
and
trv A ^'IHHS
of
famous JOHN GTXD IWr
the
JOHN SCHl LTI* Proprietor
Keep constantly on hand a ful
line of
aM Bursa DIES!!
Fish, fowl sad Game a^son.
Ekran avenue.

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