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BOAT CHOSEN
JIA
SELECTED TO
'slCA'S CUP AGAINST
$HA!V
-rock II.
TITUTION
,gt
[ti w
yjchting Men.
j.t.
0TI. K
ia.
l*
'*'11 received tho
'ii
of
t'olumbia
iV'e
President
DEFEND
1
,7
Pio
TOO ERRATIC
Co
1g99 Defender Is Far More
1
Oi«cus»e» the
Com
puttee
|t
Length and Conclude.
Trustworthy Than
Action Heartily En-
s
,»ft
ht*
Yacrtt-
The yacht
u
,,
n
.if has been
the
w
'it' *6
dt't-*"'1
Shamrock
America's cup.
... reached ufter a
WO hours iM'tWl l-n
challenge commit
r» were present.
C.».»s Lcdyard pre
ui was exhaustive
:h*4 two boats* wore
ally and critically
nelusiou was that
... t'oluiubia was far
...in that of tin.- Con
-in eircuiustant•* s
native l»ut to name
tht* cup. It was
cislon might be
syndicate that
,n. the committee
,».*• the Columbia,
-is wu imii'' of the
i by her rival,
,'Uetlt of
the
St-
:i.ltia was pasted at
,i i 12
o'clock, it
the committee on
I a I Ulster Vat ht
•:m-hip at :3t a.
elected to rej*
i I Yacht club."
Meet* Approval.
.n an, manager of the
••.-.«..sed disappoint
at had not be* u
i fcrider. lie said
,• had been done to
out of her and he
with officers and
-t of the blante tu
behavior.
ni of the selection
i .i received h•
approval «tni'uK
shas found such
decision
at
the
i.H held to be
~ard the Columbia
the point of per
are jubilant ov«
:r disi ipiilie if be
is no doubt that
a gallant defense of
n now and li*" in
i i s at Sandy Hook
nt in putting the
possible condi
tu
i i
up nuainst his
atUfaction.
lie
i i a telegram an
i'ti of Columbia.
i expei ted it. I
Kn^land."
Ct-vised "Fak«.
The
J'venim:
rview with Wa!
alb-ged comni-s
batting
syndi
that the story of i
tn and Pittsburg
ititig $400.oii, was
fake." Kingslty,
i.\ninn Worbl. said
a« ting the part of
a inch he-was pan!,
vi
^-UASLE PEARL.
at St. Croi* Falls.
'he river, above the
outauied a pe«ri as
e. perfectly round anl
Ulster that makes it
'I ilOhe who claim t»»
thi» finest i-vc."
and wm-th at least
,fs»LS
TO
INTERVENE.
An
»*cr to Turkey Commti-
c,tpd t(
the Sultan.
1'' Sent. ti. The Cer
'i on Miiday communi
I
advi dng the pala e
j.
111
"Uderstanding with
II 1
s that M. lieb asses
lu
Mumr lley to leavo
M'l'eHHed ustotiiHhtueiit
11
illuminate the »m
banquet on the an
i
s
BUFFALO,
at
lh
the Chief
Immense Crowd Greets
Executive.
ibiffalo i* UM
uroliaiiK- »k -W »t was
greatest crowd that ever
('i
to s a(
izTJt'ir
at hfj
the
U th
K.],lanad.
I an Anicric an grounds
Pr«-side„t with c.h,.rs and
ll. teried
j,| ,.
sf
TJj(
Ksn
ovrrnrnu i
grounds tTX^'-nr''was^Tnl^'bJ
•letachmentH of tin- I'riit.-.J St-ltec ,„7
Si'xtv «rIV artillery."and tho
hixt-fifth and Seventy fourth
lork reKiments under General
elch. A president's salute
Kuns was fired. The president
New
8. M.
of
21
was at
on.e^.j-corterl to the stand erected in
the. Enplanadt*. In the stand on each
rfne of tin* president were seated
many distinguished men and women.
an:nn« them representatives of nio.-t
t«f the South American republics.
Mr. McKlnley was introduced t'* the
va»t assemblage by President Miiburn
and his remarks were enthu-ia.-t allv
re eiveij.
{'resident McKinley's spei was
frequently iriterupted' with applause,
his words referring to the establish
ment of reciprocal treaties with other
countries, the necessity of the Amer
ican people building an isthmian canal
and a Pacific cable, and his references
to the work «.f Ulaine in d-v.dopins
the |\m Anieric/n idea brinnini forth
speciaiiy ent!nisia.-rie cheers. I'pon
.the con luion of his address a larne
i IiJfii!• of p« oph* broke thrni« ii th«
line., around the stand ami Uie presi
dent he id an impromptu reception for
1" minutes, shaking hands wit ii him
diL-da.
EXPLANATION ACCEPTED.
Captain Forsyth Says His Remarks
Were Distorted.
A.-ii'ngtoti. Sep •'». A reply "aas
been Mi iii'i at Uie navy department
f:om Captain Korsyt.u to the letter
calling a s attention an aliened m
tervi» w on tile SchiiV court of in
ijniry. Th«- following statement of the
.character of th" i• ply was made at
the department:
('aplain Forsyth, while coming east
•A t- detained over Sunday at Kan.-a«
i y o e i n e o a w i
a n-poi'tej. it si ems. however, he fell
into pm.ite i onversation with some
people at t: e notel, with no idea tbat
what he .i.u'i would be repeated to the
pre,-.. Hi.- marks were distorted,
mid in tfi:- -:,.ipe formed the alleged
int« rview. Captain Forsyth has frank
]y avowed i.:s deep regret at any dis
11* t:«.iu in !!:e premises anl the de
ipaitment .s -atisfied there was nr» in
teiitioii on lii" part to violate the order
the departmeut to refrain from pub
lie utterances.
"No other steps will be taken than
to inform Captain Forsyth that his
explanation is satisfactory and the in
cident will not be mated a* affecticf
his xt client record."
HARD COAL SHORTAGE.
that will
winter, i'
InterftiiHg with
ispare Cb na from nidignit}
htn'Ugtileilll :g tl
ia"s flielidr-hip t•
Boer
"'""Iiv 'l «,.!«.•. iy
«h•
Had Been Exhausted.
e
le V««7
Anthracite. It Is Feared, Will
Scarce.
West Superior. Wis.. Sept. 6.—There
seems to be every prospect for quite
a shortage of coal at this point the
cominK winter.
It
is without question
true that there will be a much greater
shortage of hard coal tnan mere was
during last winter when the docks
early shut off shipping anthra ite to
outside
points and early commence I
ciushing and screening coal in order
to get the different grades and Ta
rieties of anthracite for the trade.
The supply pi ed out last winter,
but there i gr. at danger an 1 P'.'.-.-i
bility that if there is not a b.g ru.-h of
ctial'to this port within a sort tune
there will be a shortage
felt during 'he einsng
cotllHieliie 1 sel. I.*
advanced i»v e
and it may •'•b-
s« in.
11
\V"ednesd.i
at ar
cents JUT u
,i
fore i ii" A il.li
CHINESE CHUCKLE.
to Have
Emperor William Appears
Lost Prefctige in Their Eyes.
London, ac corr.»n-lent
Tiie Times at Peking jepreMU.^
i Chinese as ciiuckiing
Be Worth About Tw» i 1 a k.l•'wu fri'TO .•
md Oollars. I in -r.
v. whose pre.-t.ge
vmi"" •,
i*i man i
Chun.
1. waile
1,1
U« II"
lain,. Sept. i. Mui .i i nputation of foreigners
diminished, lb' ascribes
firmness on the point to
legation, whi.
prevailed here for a
'i I hunters. Several
been reported, but
loo Jdhnnie Ktnery.
1
Chang to
tson. assuring
Will be
the Chinex'
the Hussian
jaily advis«*ti Li iiung
maintain the Chinese po
him that the czar vui*
Willi itn to
thus
:e:» of K u--
BRITISH.
hoodwink THE
Their
Women Give
Valuable Information.
U»V
L'i
K
ultau's am'ssiou. In
!'un in relations he
I Turki'v.
%C
Husbands
Prttoria. Sept. Of late
number of lb" women hav
tuned the autliorito
tll
the kaiscr'tt dei lina
5,1
imji-'i
for permission
iv*
UK-""'"" "V""
V,i, 1.. lav .|.«n tll.H
o«.» «'v
tion.
that they
SUJL«v
wft Jttai)ison dailo Ceai)ei:
ON BARREN ISLE
TAMPA, FLA., STRIKE LEADERS
RESCUED FROM A TERRI­
BLE POSITION.
WERE LEFT THERE TO DIE
Kidnapped by a Citizens' Committee
on Aug, 6 and Conveyed to an Unin­
habited Island Off the Coast of Hon­
duras—Discovered by an Indian Af­
ter Their Small Supply of Provisions
Put Ashore on a Barren Isle.
(Ml tho seventh day land was sighted
mi i the capti*'.- wort? informed this
was their destination. It was a long,
low stret of sand beach without a
ign of human habitation. The men
tveie landed at night, each one re
ceiving $ *. A box of soda crackers,
two small hams, three cans of beet
und about a gallon of water were
placed on 'he beach. Tile schooner
immediately set sail and tlis.ipp* aied.
For da\s they wandered along tll*'
liea. h. husbanding their meagre sup
jdj and without encountering a hu
man being or sighting a sail. Their
tniall stuck of provisions finally gave
tiut. the water supply was exhausted,
their hands and faces were burned b\
the tropical sun. their feet bliMeitv.
|jv long man In s. They began te
despair of ever rea*hing home am!
had almost given up when they wen
discovered by an ludian. He brought
them to the mainland and to the plan
tation of a Mr. Bruno, where they
I pro. ured a small boat to take them to
Truxilio. Th* y were told by Mr.
Bruno that from th*' description they
Kive of the island they had evidently
t»..u near the mouth of Plantation
river At Truxilio they had the good
fortune to meet two Cubans. formerl
residents of Florida, who supplied
funds and hired a schooner to take
tliein to Bonai eo. 'i hore they found
the schooner (Jortrude. They bar
|4»rt»d her fcud sailed for Key WesL
Refused to Hear the Messagt.
London. Sept. 6—The ecumenical
Methodist conference unanimously de
fined to let the secretary read th"
menage of the archbishop of CanLu
bury in which lie expressed the bop
M.\l»ISOX. SOUTH IIAKOTA, FRIDAY, SKITKMBEK «, 1901.
to
New York, Sept. 6.—A special
The Herald from Key West Hays:
The 1« abducted leaders of the strik
ing Hgarinaker.s of Tampa have re
turned from exile. The men, who
composed the central committee of
the Resiotencia union of Tampa, ar
rived i,er
on a small fruit schooner,
the Gertrude, of this port.
Marooned on a barren, uninhabited
isle off the coast of Honduras, they
have, by an unexpected turn of for
tune, escaped death from exposure
and starvation and made their way to
civilization and safety. They believe
it was the intention of their captors
that tiny should never return from
exile. The authorities of Washington
have instructed the United States dis
trh attorney at Jacksonville, Fla., to
make an investigation of the matter.
Sworn depositions of the men, taken
be-fore federal oflicials, have been
mailed to Washington. The party con
sisted of six Spaniards, six Cubans
and one Englishman. The Cubans and
the Englishman, however, are natural
ized American citizens. The men all
bear evidence of the hardships en
countered during their forced exile
ami present a pitiful appcaranee. The
ttories they tell are substantially the
tame, differing only in minor details
as to the methods resorted to by their
abductors.
Taken From Sick Wife's Bedside.
Luis Itarcia. who was taken at mid
night from the bedside of his wife,
whose death since has been reported,
says he was forced into a closed car
riage and taken to the railroad station,
where he was put into an electric car.
the lights of which were out, the cur
rent naving been shut off. Eight of
his comrades, who had been similarly
captured, were put with him into the
rear compartment of the car and
taken to Ballast point, a few miles
west of Tampa, on Hillsborough bay,
Four other members of Hesistencia
union had previously been taken
through the woods in a wagon to the
same pla e. where a tug with steam up
awaited them. Several of the guards
cm the car. the men say. were prom
in, tit citizens of Tampa and well
known to them. After a brief confer
ence at Ballast point the i », men were
dragged aboard the tug and tht* start
was mad* amid derisive farewells
from the abductors on the dock. The
tug headed for the schooner Mari*
Cooper, which was riding at anchor
in the stream with all sails set. The
men were transferred to the schooner
tinder a heavy guard. This was on
Tin sdav night. Aug. »». A stiff breez
vonn carried them down th" bay and
out -ea. The kidnapped men. who
had ieeu kept in ignorance not only
of liit..' fate, but of their probable
destination, were at length told they
would be landed on English soil far
ciiiuigh away to prevent a return to
the imed Stat** for a long time.
AFTER SHAVttm*
POND'S
EXTRACT
Coc's, Ccrfcrts «nd Heals the Skin. Enabling
tfo Mist Tender Face to Enjoy a Close
Suve Without Unpleasant Results.
Av'-id dangerous, irritating Witch
Kuzcl
preparations, represented to be
"f e .n:v as" PONLTS EXTRACT.
Wh e:e ily sour and generally contain
"wood i*.cohol,'' a deadly jo son.
r.lal -Hi* ,.»« tilOillst S wolf!
1
be ui.-*.'. ,i ith the Episcopalians, and
the nu bsage of tht bishop of London.
n me giuund that it had been ad
•iressed to a religious newspaper, and
tot t., the conference.
TURKEY MAKES PROTEST.
Action of British Naval Officers Com
plained Of.
Ci: ,ntinople. Sept. .—The Turk
ish ami)f.s?ador in Loudon. Costako Z.
Anth .e! i Pasha. 1ms been instructed
to infoim C.reat Britain that the action
of th" commander of a British war
ship in the Persian gulf in preventing
th" Turkish corvette Sehob from en
tering Koveyt, is incompatible with
friendly sedations. 'i":ie British side of
the controversy is that th" Sehob was
trying to land Turkish troops on the
territory of a sncik who is independ
ent of Turkey.
Praneo-Rusaian Custcma Treaty.
Paris. Sept. —The Liberte says it
bains that n**gotiatiojis for a revision
t»f the customs tariffs of France an i
Kus.-:a are proceeding and that, prob
ably.
a treaty will be signed during
th tzar's stay in France. Russian
du it- on French wines will be con
..i ily diminished, while France
Xiili loake com essdtfUi in the case
liu.-sian pctrckuni.
01
AFTER THE KAISER GAVE IN.
Edicts Providing for Signing of Pro
tocol Reach Peking.
P- .wiig. Sept. Li Hung Chang
ha.- nutaied the foreign ministers tha:
th- imperial edicts providing for the
si^niu^ of the peace protocol had
arrived. This announcement, made
after the settlement of the difficulties
which Prince Chun experienced be
fore going to Berlin, confirms the im
pression here that the Chinese used
the protocol to induce Emperor Will
u waive the kowtow ceremony.
The Ranger at Panama.
Washington. Sept. 6.—A cablegram
was received at the navy department
luring the day from Commander
Fields announcing the arrival of the
United States cruiser Hanger at Pan
ama. The cablegram aide 1: "Affairs
tiuiet on the Paaiama side."
Ilmfiit'«i t'uuiHif be t'iir«*«t
bv local applications us they cannot
reach the seat of the disease portion of
the ear. There is only one way to cure
i5*mfiand that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lining
of the F.ustaebian Tube. When this
tuVie is inflamed your have a rumbling
smmd or impefeet bearing, ami whet:
it is entirely closed, deafness is tin* re
suit, ami unless the intlamation can U
taken out ami this tube restored its
normal condition, bearing will l«e de
nt roved forever: nine eases out of ten arc
caused by catarrh, which is nothing but
an inflamed condition of the HHKM I
surfaces..
We will ntv*" one hundred dollars for
any case of deafne#* (caused l»y catarrh
that cannot be eured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. .1. Chetu'v. iV Co., Toledo. 1).
Sold by Driiu'^isl. 7"» cenN.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
In eases of cough or croup give tin
little one Ot*e *lirute Cough Cut
Then rt ^t easy and have no fear. TI.
child will be all rijht in a little while
jt never fads. Pleasant to talc*', always
isafo.eure and almost instantaneous u.
effect.
if ?m tewr*-.
..v.-ry tl it
ti|. ana
l.-nl ..r rift
ft. «-»Sll'-t. IIIIIM' I
an«1
i*
EAT
]EM
:n-nt of tl
O'U tt III er will 1.1 K«-«u vo
»«-lt. K.Tff.tti th'' vi
..11. e -r«.ti-. Th.- *111.1.11
il.. »ay il k •i-intf iht- boni
fi.'jtn
CANDY
CATHARTIC
Li|CE CANOY
n^e-tnt. I'tUt-it-l,.. I'..I -nt. T.i-t.
Kvrt-t- sicki n. Wp.-tkt-n. ..r i tj. Iti. »tul W -«n:
ii.-r ll» .x. Wrttf 1..I (rtt- .-.oiii I'1. an.l l.i».»klt-t .-v
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.IHIIIVI ii»Mhin ooirtM. «nit *ct» M« MH II
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
honfl QhOCS. shown in Lake county. They have been selected with arreat care and have been marked at such
i0vT 11 irprise you when you see them. School will soon begin again and you must have shoes for your children
CW!n1Ce
We havejust received the largest and most complete line of SCHOOL SHOES that ever was
will buy here before you purchase your shoes. Our gooes will do the talking for themselves.
CHAS. B. KENNEDY,
President.
W. A. KOTltSCHILl).
DENTIST.
Office1 in Laimon-Cciok Mock.
DR. F. N.
DENTAL
MADISON
COOK O
DF.F.<p></p>THE
BEST FOR
BOWELS
PALMER.
SURGEON
Ot!ice over W. A, Mj.oknj bank.
SOfiH DA Kill A
PRICE FIVE CE
THE HADISON
State Bank
riadison, S. D.
F&rm Loans
•^•RATES^
WTOiSBiEffli: wb ,n mc ,: ,:wr:. w,i
Palace Meat ilarket.
IRISR™
Fresh & Salt Meatsf«
AGENT FOR
Orders promptly delivered to any art of
city. Call arvl try u«.
LOUIS MALONEY-_—-^
CHOICE WINES & LIQUORS.
Sioux Fails
Sample Rooms Comer I-gan Ave. 4th Street.
J. H. WILLIAHSON,
Vice President.
NANA
jOonstaniig on
If
J. P. N1SSEN.
DEALER IN
1
Srewino
ON
A Dairying
Proposition
dcts Hi! «»il*
:-atof rsisirgNo. 1 Hard
t\h-at, Bntli ar? sat
siacter* n the eat
Aq'.cultural district* ct
i3. Ai«.ribc a. Aibt ria an#
•f''-Aa- M'-st
1 L.e-ada.
Mixed Farming is an
assured success.
I"
r\
."r.,tel.fi t« .-rt.klA.
^*-h«»*•!•• hurchf*. h^ili«tt.%«. II
wttt r..«
tit-rr
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1U fr n. n:t!n» n.t
sf-.i-r a tew r.» ru.-.t i
wIhi (,im |(i W.»:
wi:H t~'\ in r-.ow r!,
ps'.fT »ho htoucht
t»4*
(1
worth $'»
b.trt ciioUbli r. •!.» I
i» 1*1... -1 1
i.tni" art" it.*- .*-1 '. .1
on tin* K.t.n...
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other lar. 1« .»« t» .n* 11
Fr^eHiittt 11 1 1*. F»r e- i
informal: 11. n i n|.|iV*« i.
K 1 f- i
of Immvri:.. u. •**. i
or t«J
liS,
V.'..:. U v. l» i'.tktl*.
I
S 3 & i
Dealer in
WINES. LIQUOR!!,
CIGAES.
try
Step in Mid
a fl«M of the
B«er
I famou« JOHN GCND

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