IN THE "I® *TEEL
SIDES HARD AT WORK
e Operation. .« 8.v
but .h. Striker. Ar. 0-
,0 prevent l« P"«'bl«.
"""""make Slight Cain"
strike centera have
vi'a hui as far as they
that there has been
U slip-1 Puriug th«' night
'l,- slight gaius from
Tube company at Mc
to have somewhat
•ir poeitlon at Wheel-
I !nnt Is closed. but a
.. .npt will be made to'
trikers are watching
ast they have It tied
position to keep It go.
being made here to
i. iinber of men in the
("utrheou mills, which
rating with one non
last week and also
I'ainter mill which ha*
the Ar*t order to
The police here have
will make a det» rmln
-event violence or di»
i manufacturers con
,rable point to break
with nonunion men.
attempts have been
nipt ion it M« Keeuport
md It If believed the
*e plant* are either
t«dy crippled will wait
•nient at tho«.e two
:'.i-ided. The. American
i the officiate have felt
i *uree» d. Mayor E. L.
s has Issued a state
i he says that the »tor
upon the lives of l.is
r.- exaggerated. Mau
express their complete
in- progress they arc
ay if they could
ir m« n and property
and Wheeling the
quickly ended. They
unated association has
•mid at the t'arnegie
•-!"irg and Insist that th"
ft plants shown to be
:i the general call an
-Ntant Secretary Tighe
f: "m the Piaff at hi ad-
up "i i
Ffce r- \y
Cw ?a :.
Amalgamated and ru
half a dozen different
nt Shaffer would not
had gone. One story
('hie«go, another that
•v astle, from whence
a serious break in the
s. President Shaf-
i with the situation,
reports from Chi. ngi
1 will leave in the
heeling and Rev. Fits
l*n Davis are to so
I do not know whet) 1
Over 60.000 Men Out.
u .at-» of the number of
ut on the three strike
i tiie figure at Go.ooa.
not idle n«w. howev r,
"f the nien have goue
mills or found* work in
No accurate figures on
»ow idle are possible,
taut oheved the final ci'l
'U Shaffer is roughly placed
'•nt all the figures conilict
unreliable where mills were
lv (Tippled or the
th« ir allegiance to'their em-
Tin Plate and Nation-
"!l 'he heaviest losers by the
enough they were
erned In the original
gains at MrKce^port.
»nd Wheeling, while the
"r^rs have the advantage in
i„ Jollet, Columbus.
groups in Penn-
*ho **nall number of men
"'hera of the
tonnage or skl!l«
rtu'ri*3 V man carried sev
latter went out uu-
,tron ,jr -l,p
SECURED A SMALL SUM.
Train on the Mlrrouri, Kzneas and
Texas Ro.:d Held Up.
St. Louis, Aug. 14. —ng«-r train
No. 4 or the Missouri, Kansas and
Caney 1« merely a water station,
but couriers quickly notified th»» Cnit
ed States marshal, who at onr-e raised
a posse and west aft the robbers.
It Is said by the officials that the
rold.»*rs mistofk the local for the
"Katy Flyer." which follows a little
later. This train usually carries a
large amount of money and numy
After the work was done the rob
bers. Who seemed to enjoy the situa
tion. sat around and laughed over the
matter. The whole affair was carried
out without a hitch and it is believed
the men have had experience in this
lin«* of btisine*.# before. After holdins
the train 'or two hours th robber*
l« ft, eosng aH into the dense bottom.
Th** trainmen cut out the wr.cked
press car and ran down to Caney sta
tion. where they notified the ofScers
in both directions.
Robbers Undar ArrMt.
Fort Worth. Tex., Aug. 14.—Seven
men have been arrested in Caney bot
toms. chargtd with robbery of th*
Missouri. Kansas and Texas train.
One is a section hand. The others are
young men residing nearby. Part of
the plunder has ea recovered.
DROWNED IH A MILK CAW,
Queer Daath of a Little Girl Near Ar
La Crosse, Wis.. Aug. 14.—Louise,
the vear-and-a-half-cdd daughter of
George Schmidt, residing near Arca
dia. was drowned in a larg" tank of
milk while at p'ay in the milk hou
The fluid had been in the yard wi
mother when the latt. misse
her and began a search all over th
farm. No traft could be found of
her. but no fear was entertained.
Shortly afterward her mt th wert
to the mill, /lo'ise. an 1 began to di
I out some milk. In one of the larg
tanks she discovered what she though,
to be an old rag. I'pun closer exam
ination she found her child, which had
be n drowned and lay in th.* bottom
of the tank. The rhifd wa.i dead when
tgken out of the tank.
NEW LAKE FLEET.
National Transportation Company Or
ganized al Syracuse, N. Y.
Svracuse. N. V.. Aug. H.-The plan
of organizing company to carr
freight over the Great I^akes has been
completed in this city and it will be
at once incorporated In New
TU,..Hwn.,nlu."V will b, a I--.W0.0O.I
,,,|...ratu.n au.l »i'l I'"
Milwaukee Man Will Represent Dl*
satisfied Steel Men.
Milwaukee, Aug. 14.—The Journal
Jeremiah D. Hit key of Milwaukee, a
former vice present of the Fourth
district of the Ama'gamated Associa
tion of Iron, Steel and Tin Workers
and a man who has twice been of
fered the presidency of the national
association. i* being sought a« the one
to represent a large element In the as
pociatioa when the time arrives for
conferring with the United States
Ftc« I corporation for a settlement of
the Mrik«. Mr. Hickey is an old roll
ing mill man. and has taken part in
many adjuntireijtK of wag.' disputes.
held up at T» a. m.
by five masked men. who boarded it
at Cantv, |. T., where the train
stopped for water. The grim? forced
an entrance into the baggage and ex
pre.s.s ars with dynamite,#but it i.4
Hot known how tench booty they ob
tained. The American Express safe
is said to have contained only a sm:ill
amount of money. This information
reaehed the general superintendent of
the Missouri. Kansas and Texas in
this city during the day. It was added
that after looting the baggage car the
robbers turned their attention to the
passenger coai hes and robbed the oc
cupant?. No statement as to the
amount obtained from them Is obtain
able. When the robbers Kaft the train
National Transportation conn ui.
Contracts for the fleet of vessels have
let to the American ^i'^
company and they are to ha\e a ta
nacitv of 27.«"Ht tons. The cor.ttat
alls'for their completion on Mare i
i-, iqo2 The builders of the vcsm
have plants in Cleveland. Puluth and
at other |Rints along the (.reat Lak. s.
Chicago. Uuluth and intermed.at
points will be the porUMrtolted.
Norwegian Town Destroyed.
Chrlstlunia. Aug. 14.-
i^arsuiid. on the ,\»*th m9.
destroyed by Ore *lh'
state bank and
been gutted. About 1.-00
si hoids hav.
KAISER'3 mother laid at rest
BESIDE HER HUSBAND AT
MANY NOTABLES ATTEn
Besides the German Imperial Family,
Kir.g Edward of England and Other
I Royal Princes and Personages Take
Fart in the Ceremonies—Immense
Crowds Line the Streets but See
Little of the Funeral Cortege.
Potsdam, Aug. 14.—The reina'nt?
Dowager Empress Frederic* wtv in
ferred during the day beside those
of her hufaband In the mausoleum of
Frietlenskire he, near Pot dam.
Iletween and y o'clock th- nells of
all the churchea in Potsdum were
tolled, with two intervals i rest.
Shortly before lU:3o Emp. r»r Will
iam. the other members th im
perial family and the \:,-itinp princes
assembled in the royal hu.i at the
Wild Park railway station. 1 court
officials, mii'tary dignitari. Count
von Buelow anl oth* mem .* of the
cabinet, the Knights of ti, aclt
Kagle and the number-, of t.. relch
stag assimbUd at 1«« i a 'i, an
adjacent hall. Sooa after lock
the special ttain. chartered em
peror to bring the invit* 1 KUe-v- from
Berlin arrived at Wild Park station.
Among them the diplomatic corps
made a striking feature attired to
*:3• the funeral procession be
gan to move. Conversation which had
hitherto been carried on in suppressed
tones entirely ceased and an air of
solemnity possessed the assemblage.
Th" procession moved slowly and
noiselessly. Twenty non-commission
ed officers of th«* Empress Dowager's
Hussars regiment came forward ltd
placed the coffin in the hearse.
Funeral Cortege Forms.
The procession form, in the shady
avenue extending from Wild Park to
the new palace. The public had then
he only opportunity to see the proces
sion, but got only the .-iinat-y.
it. although immense -ow ha i
sembkd uiMin the streets intersei ir.g
the road at right angles and the pei.pi
strained their necks to get a glimps«
of the college, preceding the hears
were squadrons of soldiers and mar
shals bearing the various iusigtii:
and orders of the dead empre
Among them was General von Wal l*
see, who carried the dowager empres
crown. Numerous members of the im
perial court and the court of the
ceased emprt ss als«» marched in tV
procession. Following the heart
came Emperor William. King Edwar!.
the Crown Prince of Germany and th
other royal p-"*'
When their maieatles left the n
goleum. the procession dissolved.
BOEF.S HARRASS WESTON.
Continual Skirmishes From Modd-r
River to the Vaal.
MAIUSOX, SOUTH l»AKOTA,WEI»XK.l»AY, AHiUSf 11, 1901.
When the procession reach
mausoleum, adjacent to the Fri
kirche. all those in the proces i
advance of the hearse took up ra
tions opposite the church. When t!
lotfin was borne across the thresho'
of the mausoleum, th.- cathedral che
from Berlin intoned a solemn strops
Only the emperor pnd empress, t'
other members of the imperial fami
King Edward. Queen Alexandra a
the other nn mbcrs of the British rev
party and the princes of the high
rank, entered the mausoleum, which
small. Vr. Schauta, the chaplain.
fered a prayer, after which the the
outsUiits where it is refitting.
Weston's column, whi-h has been o .
crating lately in eonjuni tion with ten
eral Elliott's command, has arriv i
here from Kb rktlorp. bringing in
prisoners. f»oo Boer r» fugces. and !.'•
natives, most all young children. T!
column had continual skirmishes fre
the Modder river to the Vaal,
The British only hal one m:1''
wounded. They captured a nuosbe*
horses, carta, wagons anil cattle.
men arrived in excellent health. Th
column took two hours to pass through
j),0 town and is now encamped on t!
resident Kruger Denies 9ti*9
i on.inn Aug. A dispatch from
Coc's, Comforts tr.d Heats the SUn. Enabling
t'-e Most Tender Face to Enjoy a Claw
Shave Without Unpleasant Results.
Av.id dangerous, irritating Witch
J! .zel preparations, represented to be
same as" POND S EXTRACT,
wl. .h easily sour and generally contain
wood a:coboV,* poison.
BOLD FRAUDS IN CUSTOMS.
Tr*a«urj Said to Have Been Cheatec
of Millions in Duties.
New York. Aug. 14 —A Herald
cial from Washington -ays:
Bold frauds upon the customs serv
i'-e which for extent and magnitmi
have never been equaled, were di
(losed as a result of complaints th tT
eilk bad been held up u:.
Through collusion between it.
rters and employes in the custor
service It is gaid the treasury depa
ment has been defrauded of du*l s
amounting to millions of iollars. It
charged that these fraudulent pra
tices have been going undiscovered
fer many years, and that many ofF.
cials whose duty it w^s to apprais
r» tire from offi"e with comfortable
fortunes bestowed upon thm by fa
While no official statement has y.:
be« n made i the iats that have been
brought to light, it became known
among silk importers during the dcy
that charges were about to be pre
ferred again-t at least one of the lare
e-t silk importing houses of the cour.
Several concerns are said
We will give one hundred dollars for
any ease of deafness o^auseJ by catarrh i
that cat not I e cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. Cheney. A" Co., Toledo. O,
Sold by Druggist. To cents.
UaJlV Faioii} Fills are the best.
Incasesof cough or croup give the
little one One Minute Cough Cure
Then rest easy and have no tear. T!u
child will be all li^ht in a litt'e whi.e.
It never fails.
safe, sure and
Pleasant to take, alwio
Coo: ()ni i
••Aftrr I Will Itttl'itfrt I" try f" %*!'.%•
1 »i'l iH'vertio Tritliuut Ihoin ii! tlie
LAUGHS AT WEPORTi.
Bon mi,. Wriicii i Reaunt r*n1»r iti«. iNnent. Tasti" Good. tM
Hllversiim, llidland, sas Mi. Krugi ...-n. u i'.uiu. ioc.2je.
and his friends ridicule the report that
the forni-T president of the Transvaal (im-hkc ome »iii*»»o. v«n«rr*i. x*» v«rk.
in- Mr*Kruscr 16NO^TO-BAC
i TBY A PA1E of our "Seamless Shoes" for Men and Boys,
seamless SrlOCS b8St shoe made for this season of the year. No rip to
toes*, shoes. Tours lor good shoes
:oK i„-.in re I feel tine My v.Ifo hasnl-o u^oU
tMem with t,'t!.'in:ial re«ult«for*t»ur »uinacto."
Jus. Kuciu.iNu, lifil St. St Lout*. Mo
CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
CHA5. B. KENNEDY,
volved but the firm which was me::
tion"d in connection with the charges.
that of A. S. Rosenthal Ac Co..
4 5 Greene street.
The members of this firm are Abra
ham S. Rosenthal and Martin L. Cohn.
Cohn denied that there was any fn
dation to the charges and declared
that, at the proper time, the firm
Met a Terrible Death.
St. Paul. Aug. 14.—Emil Merman,
employed on a steam sand pump at
the foot of Wacouta street, met a hor
rible death about 9 a. m. Caught in
Ihe machinery of the pump, he was
whirled about a windlass, his body
beating the deck, until his left arm
and left leg were torn from the trunk
by local applications as they cannot
reach the seat of the diseased portion of
the ear. There is only one way to cm
ileafi ess. aiid that is l»y constitution
remedies. 0«afr.ess is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous Inline
of the Eustachian Tube. When this
tube is intiained your have a rumbling
sound or impefect hearing, and when
it is entirely closed, deafness is the re
sult. and unless th» intlamation can be
taken out and this tube restored to its
normal condition, hearing will be do
*d roved forever nine eases out of ten are
caused by catarrh, which is nothii gbut
an intlamed condition of the mucous
I THE HADISON
W. A. ItOTIISi ltlLO.
OtHc-i1 iu Launon Cook block.
1 isel Estate,
i Loans i
.My liver was In a very shai-o. ami iny hi i,l
fladison, S. D.
Firm Loans a*t LovV^st
Orders promptly delivered
eUy. Call and try vs.
I PlSSMiC TBfltpiI. 1
PRICE FIVE CE5TS
J. H. WILLIAH50N,
Sample Rooms Corner Fgan Ave. St
DR. F. N. PALMER,
OflBc* ovar W. A, Mackay baok.
MADISON SOU III DAKOTA
soy p&rt of the
J. P. NISSEN.
i- MESESMliiEi I
CHOICE WINES & LIQUORS.
Y- u •.*•=--
unable, cwmg to hich
it land.to «ecu-e a tarm near
h0rr?'. or a fa'irer bjr
*i.h taxaiicn, hea»» mcrt*
imrf\e-,shed soil or failure
oi drops, to secure a
tn 4SS Bri4. S*S
KATCHE..AS OR A..bEKTA. Ihe
ii GRAZING DISTRICTS
or FERTILE WESTERN CANADA.
The exr* icr.c* of who acted
wi'on On- Hilviff p..». i-attfint: that
the ailv.o. i» tunv ri", tl
off^r of ., frt-^ farm to ever-hi
ov. i«.» :i af and
l.v ,il of a in..! i* n^adv
h.«. .-t -, c^iivenieiit. Cii-
mate healtt. i*-t in t) i* wcrld. *o.l
th^ Iwi. Urit« for r.elroad atw,
mat-, iici'hli't*. !etter# from wt.
tier-, etc.. to F. 1
t«»Ii':e»| of I
Canada, or I®
\V !. mn.
Sl^p in and try a glass of the
famous JOHN Gl'ND Bser
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