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JAPAN IS INDIGNANT. Resents Treatment of Subjects by H®» waiian Officials. Yokohama, Aug. -1, via Victoria. B. C.. Sept. 5.—To say that a hornet's nest has been stirred up in Japan ould but mildly express the news cf the alleged outrageous treatment of Japanese ladies on the Nippon Maru by the quarantine officers at Hawaii. Nothing in the course of all relations between Anurica and Japan has arous ed so much press indignation or so much popular feeling. Whatever els? this nation may be it is an eminently self-respecting nation and the eion' lllis recently passed upon it by West ern people has accentuated the feeling to a great degree. The criticisms be tween the moral conditions of the West and the East has also received a strong fillip and the incident will make the task of Western missionar ies and moralists harder than ever, ill fact, the opinion as to Western mor ality has reached a very low ebb. The indignation over the discrimination that was made between foreign ladies and the Japanese in this incident clearly shows what difficulties are be fore the American government should these people be discriminated against in the framing of immigration laws. Any such measure would also destroy the extraordinary friendly relations which have always existed between the two governments. One of the leading Tokio papers points out how jealously Western pow ers guard their flags and their nation al reputation against every indignity end injustice. It cites the action of England in the affairs of the Lorcha Arrow and of Don I'acifico and while not insisting that Lord Palmerston's procedure should be taken as a model of foreign political methods, it does hold that Japan lacks self-assertive ness and that she might win a larger measure of respeu if she insisted on receiving it. ut.tcr» freemasons to *ct. Antwerp, Sept. Dutch Freema sons have decided n make a united appeal to the British lodges of theii order to use th» ir influence for a prompt termination of the Transvaal APPROVED BY THE POWERS. Course of France in the Present Dis pute With Turkey. London. Sept. t.—A dispatch to The Time? from Vienna says the French government's course in the dispute with Turkey meets with the approval of a majority cf the powers and also of public opinion In EuropeT The dispatch adds that the sultan's overweening infatuation dates from the pan-Islamism agitation following ,the Armenian massacres five years ago. He then igipre^sed upon his Moslem subjects that the powers were afraid to interfere. Pan-Islamism was further encouraged by the visit of Fm peror William to Constantinople. T'm? idea of a Moslem mission to China profoundly impressed Mohammedans. The sultan is said to be dominated by alc-ost an absorbing idea of pan-lslam ism. ers having Mohammedan sub jects are pleased with the vigorous course of France. They believe that the rupture of diplomatic relations be tween France and Turkey will serve as a warning. ECUADOR TAKfct A HAND. Makes an Aggressive Move in Aid of Colombian Insurgents. Washington, Sept. *.—A cablegram was received here from an authorita tive source in Call. Colombia, near the JScuadorean border, stating that Ec uador had intervened as against Co lombia with aa army well equipped and with vessels of war. Under these circumstances, the cablegram states, Jt wiil be necessary to_meet the move of Ecui'J^X by naving the American war vessels in Pa^iJic watti'S near \oe^Cotormbian-Ecuad(Dr frontier!" Jhe information^|n jhe cablegram is consider^ clear evidence of Ecuador's intention to join forces with the_ re bellious element on the isthmus" of Panama. Until now Ecuador ha maintained strict neutrality, but the cablegram received indicates that the first oveit move against Colombia has a mad*.-. RETURN WITH ,r* Most of the Chinamen who left Chi cago had been engaged here in busi ness for several years. Each is said have h?d from to $f,000 in hi.- possession. WOULD SEE WITNESSES. Admiral Schley Asks That Thty Bs Called to Washington. Washington, Sept. t.—Admiral Schley ha.s made a request of the navy department that a number of wit nesses which he experts to tall be fore th' court of inquiry be brought to Washington at this time in order to permit of conferences between them and counsel. In response to this request Acting Secretary Hackett has advised the admiral that if he will furnish a list of those he desired to come they will be brought here as rapidly as circumstances permit. GAINED SOME RECRUITS. Sdteeper's Commando in Cape Colony Hss Turned Northward. Cape Town, Sept. 6.—Scheeper's commando, consisting of '»0 men and €0«J horses, appears to have reached the limit of its southern raid and turned to the northward, having gained some recruits. One hundred mounted men have been found en deavoring to unite with Scheeper's commando, but have been unable to overtake it. An armored train was derailed at Taungs Station Monday last, three be ing killed and five wounded. MORE MEN GO TO WORK. Steel Trust Continues to Make Gain* on Strikers. Pittsburg. t»ept. Further breaks in the ranks of the striking steel' work ers occurred at McKeetport during the day. Five hundred men, or l'!u more than Wednesday, went to work at the National Tube company's plant, and nearly luO reported for duty at the Demmler tin plate works, which ivas to resume under the protection of deputy sheriffs. A start was not made during the early hours of the day. however, but everything was in readme?* for resumption. The fires i were lighted in the furnaces and a start was expected before the close of the day. The mill property was sur rounded by a large foive of deputies, but there was no disorder, although quite a crowd of strikers were loiter ing in the vicinity of the plant. The boston rolling mill was the scene of great activity and the strikers are closely watching it, as they fear an attempt is to be made soon to resume operations. A force of men was at work cleaning up and preparing the plant for work. Probable early peace is again being discussed here as the result of the conference in New York between President Schwab and the members of the National Civie Fed eration. The proposition from Mr. Schwab, said to have been submitted to Presi dent Shaffer through President Gam pers. virtually demands a concession of the Clark, Painter. Lindsay & Mc Cutcheon and Monessen hoop mili?. These plants were non-union when the strike started and all are now running, partially or in full. The association would also lose by the acceptance of the proposition the Crescent tin plate plant at Cleveland, the Star tin plate works in this city, the Canal Dover mills and the work3 at Demmler. These have been union for a long time. The tube plants at McKees port. in this city and at Benwood, W. Va.. would also be exempted. The acceptance 01 tne terms, it is said, would reduce the strength of the Amalgamated asso iation nearly per cent. BRIEF BITS OF NEWS. The steamer Syria, which sailed from Sydney Sept. 3 for San Fran cisco, has on board 4I50o.0w in gold. Judge Ambrose B. Carlton, one of the most prominent men in Western Indiana, is dead. He was a former law partner of Senator Voorhees. At Lexington. Miss.. Monroe Hic-h ford and Spencer Wright, colored, fought with shotguns and both were killed. A weman was the cause of the trouble. Samuel D. Burchard, who repre sented the Fifth Wisconsin district in the Forty-fourth congress and served two terms in the state senate, died in Texas on Sunday la«t, Mr. Burchard moved to lexas many yoArs ago. .An official^dispatch at Lisbon from Mozambique* announces the seizure bv Portuguese government officials near llessano Garcia, on the Trans vaal frontier, of a large supply of am munition and dynamite intended for the Boers. ON THI DIAMOND. K'Jl5c, FORTUNES. Thirty Chicago Chinamen Liave o Their Native Country. Chicago. Sept. Thirty Chinamen, iJ.l of whom hav* amass"d sniili for nes in this city, have left for San Fi•itncisc-o. where they will take th stamer for China. They return to h'-ir native country to spend the re mainder of their iiv's in luxury. Those who left Chicago will be met at San Franei sco by others from Indianapolis. Boston an New York, who will also depart, on the same st'-amer. Uc3. :U- Western League. At St. Paul. 11 Minneapolis, 3. At St. Joseph. 4 Kansas City, 2. At Des Moines, Omaha. At Colorado Springs. 4 Denver, f. American League. At Detroit. 9 Philadelphia. 1. At Milwaukee. 0 Boston, 4. At Cleveland, 5 Baltimore, 4. At Chicago. 9 Washington, a. National League. At Boston, 3 St. Louis. 2. At Philadelphia, 5 Chicago, 4. At New York, Pittsburg. 2. Sec ond game. New York. 3: Pittsburg. 10, ^t Brooklyn. Cincinnati. 7. AT EST* ^lARKJT REPORT. Buluth Wheat. luth, sept. 3. WiiKA —Cish No 1 hard 71 ",c\ No. 1 Northern No. 3 Northern 0 )%'•, No •i sprin 04: To Arm*..—»N 1 hard 71 »e. No. 1 North .09' -pt. Oct. Minneapolis Wheal. iii.sNKAi-oUs, Sep'- 5 WHEAT—C nh »y.cr, sept. tw :»J, liec. e&'-i". On Truck—No. 1 hard Tl'^e, No. 1 Northern Ode, No. 2 Northern 00J. Sioux City Live Stoek. siot'X CITY, It., Sept. 3. CATTLE—Sales ranged at $4..VJ '-io 3) for beeves, 'Jj tor cows, bulls and mixed, -vi.o'J for sto' k-jrs and fodd ers. f-J Ttii-J.'rJ for calves an 1 ye triin^s. HUG.*—Saies ranged at ?'i. -Oiii'i ."0. St. Paul Union Stock Yards. SOUTH ST PAL 'l, sept 5. HOeis—sales ranged at *Si. j. CAT I LK—sales ranged at *.» 0Jij5. ?5 for prime butcher steers, for primt5 butcher cows and hci era, $!..)( 7 1 for ehoico veals, 1j »0 lor choice Jueders. SHEEP—Suieg ranged at i.2i for choice butcher lambs, £4 I'J for fat wethers. Chicago Union Stock Yards. Chicago, sept. 3. CATTLK—sales ranged at ?5.i) 43 for w »'':i Pri,,tu Cb'l s- *4 '•iJ* f" pour to inediuiu, ?5-i. i»(£i for stoskurs Mtid feeders, for cows and heifers, I) for Texas fed steers. llOGs—Sales rallied at for mixed and but'de.-rs, S'i. lu for good to choice h'-'ivy, for rou^h heavy, J3 '.»& .73 for li«ht, $6 ^0ifc'i.3i for bulk ol sales. SHEKP—Sal.-* r.insf»'d at ?j.70iii.0j for Hbeep, t-i.o 1.73 for iambs. Chicago Grain and Provisions. CHICAGO, Sept. 5. WHEAT—Sep*. Oot. 7^e, lioa. -May 73v''4i73J4J. COiiN— Sept. 33'^ Oct. 3'iJ5e, lino. j~ o '. Alay OATc—Sept. -im-i. o t. Dec. .'jo May 37% S7Jc\ POKE—Sept. ifii. I7sf, Oct. Jan. ii 'i j7 -j. FLAX—Cash Northwest $l.lo. S 1 |1.40, Sept. $l. J7X, Oct. tl.yi. POULTHV—Dressed chickensH1^ tllo, turkeys GifHo. HUTTEK—Creamery li]4 dairy 10 JCGGS-ITnsh iwem A WOKTHl srctKSSOR. tlu Sun." All doctors have tried to cure catarrli bv the use of juwiiers. acid jjasts. in haiers and .lilies in paste form. I heii powders dry up tlie mucous meinbram i causint ti.em to cracdt open and bleed.! The jKtweiful acids used in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the same mem- I braiies that their makers have aimed to cure, while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease. An old and exper ienced practitioner who has for many years made a close study and specialty of tlie treatment of Catarrh, has at last perfected a treatment which when faith fully used, not only relieves at once, but permanentlv cures Catarrh.by removing the cause, stopping the discharges, and curing all inllammation. It is the only remetty known to science that hctually r."aches the aiHcted parts. This wonder ful reno'dy is known as "Snuflies the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure." and is sold at the extremely low price of Due Dollar, each package containing internal and external medicine sufficient for a full month's treatment and everything nec ssary to its perfect use. "Snulfles" is the only perfect Catarrh Cure ever made and is now recognized as the only safe and positive cure for that annoying and disgusting disease. It cures all inflammation quickly and per manently and is also wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Kever or cold in the head. Catarrh when neglected often leads to Consumption—"Snutlles" will save you if you use it at once. It is no ordinary remedy, but a completetreatment which is positively guaranteed to cure Catarrh in any form or staire if usedacoording to the directions which accompany each1 package. Don't delay but send for it at once, and write full particulars as to your condition, and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your case without cost to von beyond the regular price of "Snuffles" the "Guar anteed Catarrh Cure." JS^nt prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt of One Dollar. Address Dept. D41H? Ed win Giles .V Company. 'J.'I.'5U and Market Street Philadelphia. SUIT AGAINST STRIKERS. Pacific Coast Steamship Company Wants $25,000 Damages. San Francisco, Sept. 5.—The Pacific Coast Steamship Railway company has begun suit in the circuit court to recover damages to the extent of $25. OI.MI, which it alleges to have sustained by the strike of its firemen and sail ors. The suit is brought against the Pacific Marine Firemen's union and the Sailers' Union of the Pacific Coast. This is the first suit commenced in tno pending local labor war by any em ployer claiming to h^y£ signed agree ment with a labor union.' Seized Diamonds and Valuables. Ch'.cago. Sept. —Diamonds and other valuables worth $25.'.»uu. which recently were slipped into the country by a prominent Chicago man on his return from Europe without the pay ment of duty, have been seized by J. .J, Crowley, special agent of the treas ury department in this city. BRIEF BITS OF NEWS. .Wallaces Former Congressman W of Brooklyn is dead. Former Congressman Frank H. Chapman is dead at Franklin Falls. X. H. The president has appointed Frank L. Doau to be collector of customs for Arizona. Captain John H. Blend, one of the oldest and best known sailors on the Great Lakes, is dead. Under orders from Thomas W, Law son workmen have begun breaking u the yacht Independence at the Cone inonwealth dock. South Bo.-ton. The New York Evening World say that the betters on the American yacht are now unwilling to giv better tr.a even monev 011 the I'iie-.-s ioi my America's cup. I WEIGH 175 IDS* former weight 135 cam 40 lbs. There are people who say that the benefit derived from the use of put-up medicines is imaginary. It is not the case with Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion, which makes weak women strong and sick women well. A woman may imagine she's weak, or may fancy she's sick, but her imagination can't add forty pounds to her weight. The positive proof of the curative power of "Favorite Prescription" is found in the restoration of health which is recorded in face and form, of strength which can !e tested, and weight which can be registeied in pounds and ounces. The general health of women is so intimately connected with the local health of the womanly organs that when these are diseased the whole body suffers loss. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription cures womanly diseases. It establishes regularity, stops weakening drains, heala inflammation and ulcera tion and cures female weakness. "I am very glarl to let other poor *uflTerer» know wh it Ijt. I'if-rre's medicines have 1on* f)r me," writes Mrs. Jvlwin II. Gardner, of Iseechwoo'l Norfolk Co., Mass. fliox 70.) "You know I wrote to you last s-ummT. 1 reaM wlial vrjjr me'li'-iiie had done for other ]«-o|1e. thought 1 woitlfl try it, nml I foutvl it was a blessing to me and my family. I be^an in June aiul took six bottles of your medicine, and three vials of 1'ellets.' I took your medicine a year when I had a ten-pound girl. I had the easiest time I ever had with any of my three children. I have been very well since I took your medi cine. I took three lott1es of Favorite I'rescrip tion,' three of Golden Medical Imcovery.' and three vials of 'Pellets.' I had no apjjetite ami could not eat much without it distressing me before 1 took your Favorite Prescript ion,' and I only weighed 135 pounds. Now I weigh 17V" Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of 21 one cent stamps to pay e xpense of mailing only. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, buf falo, N. Y. Genuine stamped C. C. C. Never sold In bulk. Beware of the dealer who tries to tell "something j"*t as gtai." LAND! HlfH "My baby was terribly Hick with the diarrhoea," hhjh J. II. iJouk.of William'n Oregon. "We were unable to cure him with the doctor's aHpintanee, and an a last renort we tried Chamherlain'b Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy. I am happy to hay it (rave immediate relief and a co»j»leU» cuw." For fea.e by all ilrugKiflti. The laws of health require that the bowela move once each day and one of the penalticRfor violating thin law in pilea. Keep your bowels regular by tak ing a dope of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets when necessary and you will never hav« that severe punish ment inflicted upon you. Price, Scents. drutfifiet*. Is Good Home Good Good 11 Good then come and see me, and and the demand for Lake County ferir.s is increasing. If you are in search of a where 'on can raise Wheat, Oats, Barley, Cora, flax, Potatoes, in fact everything adapted to this latitude, and where you can successfully canv on Dairying & Stock Raising, and where your family will have the advantages of Society, Schools, 1 will pay out in rental, where you are, in three years, and will give you easy terms Correspondence Solicited.! ber of substantial buildings have been built in Hadison the past sea- an' the city is steadily growing in population. Chas. B. Kennedy,! MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. CITY MEAT MARKET, JOHN SCI IU1VT55 Proprietor Keep constantly oa hand a ful lin« of Fress 101M iej!s Fi»h, fowl and Game the Basis of All Wealth a Good Climate Church Facilities, will show you just what are renting land now, paying $3 to $5 per acre annual rental, I will show you just as good land and sell it to want. ymi you at of If you wanta good location in Madison I have such for you. A large num-' id |f you what you payment. i DOCTORS "y.y "Consumption can becui'^-- N:-Mtrv lo*io won td:it. Itneed h*Jlp. Doctors ."Scott's tho t( I Munn. Scran avenue. |Ti*f ct' 4 »?n l' cerium'-, jr wtmt.'iw, uu i ..vt 111 1 it MJOTT f. Vfc. 4IW4. i». I *t».