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Ki JCf ,TA»LISHltD )8!(« .ORG'S DEFENSE IEPLIES to criticism ing distribution PRIZE MONfilff ETTER :::vx EGA RO OF TO SENATOR WILSON :Ciarcs the Charfla That th« Navy Department Has Discriminated «n favor of Sampson as Against Schley 1 to Be Unjust—Amounts W«r» a l!l 1 ,'tfon with th- distribution n» i*0'! bounty. The W-tl»r ,i forth by on» from the senntur, f..r information on this point „M. of a Western n w*pnp. r. ri tary de« lar« n the -rst! ism partmvnt h:i* li»»'rlmfnat«*d of Admiral Samp-ti at»l v imlntl Schley In the distrlbu tnoney and bounty is ur, jikho the d«p»rtm»t.t ha* no .,ver the matter, the money ii^tributetl from the treasury rt. questiot« t'f law and fart r« prlw and bounty bavins been :n «*l by the court*. The wr r.Hrt nt lent Ion to the laws prim an i bounty a* lh«-y es i the l- ginr.in« of the Spanish sr and say# that tho.ijjh ty attorney Keneral that It millet a distribution. lh« navy depart sit preferred i« plare th«» matter No uj court of laims and f*r fr»»m slaying favoritism. adopted th*» -t effective ni'-anA in lt« power t« re a Ju»* determination bv the th« right* of all concerm^l T- 'iitiR the ciainiA of Admira! in -tr n f»r county at Santiago the .•»'* *a*« that the diirTrltejtton ::..i undtfr a decree of the court which he cites, and from Appeal Was Taken. point* out that. untcf the e cummander-in hi« of entitled to his "OJHMWI n !i tv t»y virttie of hi* t*"d a nuuanrfer-in chief, whether r.a! :v present durir.K ih«- te or J:ot. S»K th»» v «mm»nder in rhief, Adn ral n won id. therefore, under the n entitled to his fhar« for ttje d.vtrtietMn of th»» at Santiago If he had the n-irth *hor. of ('«ha at the I t,u the law. for whi« the partment Is In no wl«^ rejipn is point the s«*cretary *ays the nt lt« If wan the Hr*t to real mequa'itiett of thin law and to 0 the recommendation which l^l repeal, so that a "rath»T amuwrnr i'nre nf the attacks made upon the department." u# the Ferretary its it. i» that the adminlitr*i'.Um i« ®nieel more than two year* after It t*! cure i the -vII. The secretary eon 1 bd iiis letter with an e\tra-1 from report of the auditor of the trea* y for the navy department, showing ie s-tatus of the prise money and ninty ases. yet unsettled, owing tt» •lays in the courts, and prcslictlng a iUement within the year. OHIO LCGISLATURC. irst Session in Marked Contrast With Recent Exciting Scenes. luii.bu*, ()., Jan. T.—The ohio Ks-laturp convene! at 10 a. m. in nnial session. IkMh branches ?,MI 1 the officers nominated at the 'publican (aucuiio* la.««t Saturday. !e forenoon was spent in the usual ntine of drawinK seats, taking the th «f ,»(r The ballot taking speaker, clerks and ser^-'ant at- «tc.. *aH jn marked contrast the exciting scen«a of th«» I»a5t in the contest lH-tw.1'11 the Kor :md the Manna ICcpuidi.-ann for 1 n'rol of the organization of both :'»?!'h-i of the general ass# mbly. «thw lihst.'mdltig the talk of fusion th minority, the Foraker andi- N, In the senate and the Hanna 'lilidateg in f4l(, house were decte*l i!! their respective full party votes, nd there was no lniiatlon of bolting «'ve« of dl.safTcctlon. At noon the annual message of Oov |!"r Nash was read In botn tho sen and the house, it was noted for recotnm« 1 ln,-v. ndatiotiM of a n«w system taxation under which all taxes for purposes are to be raised from "norations, franchises, the liquor etc., and all direct taxation for tnunidpal or other purjHwwa to Im left to the counties. It is a of home rule In local taxes. SCMLtY AND ROOSEVELT. rcsident 'i: ee-i 1 (tit »nt i__ e, .. are 1 v of tho conference Admiral Schley re fusal to discuss the object of his Yl*it. Hon. tandor Rayner, counsel for Ad miral Schley before tho coti of In quiry, spent sonic time on th-- floor of the hoiiM- of representatives during tho tlav. He had been at the supreme court and later visited the house, %here he serv as a member for some ears. Mr. Rayner Joined Representa tive Cummins of New York, a mem ber of the bonne committee on naval ffairs, and learned from him the gen eral situation of affairs eonr ernins the many bills propw.«d in the Schley case. Mr. Rayner said 1 atr that his ti^it was without special hearing or. the admiral's case, although, being anioiiK old friends, he had taken occ& n!«n to learn the general condition of jkZaiis. MUST STAND TRIAU Fixed by the Court of Claim# Under reme Court Decision in Green and i Gaynor Cases. I Ex»c11fig TVa Kington. Jan. 7.—Secretary Long States supreme court has afflruu'd the !,ir« ssed to 8enator Knute Nel- decision of the I'nited Stat«-» circuit Washington. Jan. 7. -The I'nlted a Ioijk letter defend i rcun of th«- Southern district of ».-•*• ,'ivv .l.pnrtm.nt ««ln«t what y"rk ll-njamln ir.-.n. ... ,, and Kdward If. (,avi:or. (Irecn an! the (iuynors are charged with being in conttpiracy with Captain O. M. Carter. Dow serving a tefm in the I'nited fUates prison at Leavenworth. Kan., on the charge -f defrauding the gov ernment of a lr,rg«- sum of money whita suiM-rinten.iing ptiblic works at Sa vannah. »a flreen an the flaynors ha v.- tight by ha!eas o?jals proceed ings in N«-w York to avoid being sen? to Georgia for trial. Ttse rirruit court refused to grant the writ and the opin ion rendered confirms the verdict. The opin:«m was delivered by Juwttce Peek bam. The Miprt mc c« art »lso refuse to Interfere it^hc ca*c of t*aptain (H»-r lin Carter. The decision wu» ren dered in the pr Keeling* ins!itut«-I lv Cs »tstn Carter for the purpose of se curing a writ rf haboaa corpus that w.»ui nd«-aie him from prison ax l.« iv «»nworth. Kan His ss«* orlgir.ate.i in the t'nlt* i Staten circuit court the distrivt ef Kansas by which tri bunal the writ wn»s denfe.1. The ofdn Ion was 5#-livered by Chief Justice Fdi |er and at!) ~mcd tie decision of the loitr r)urt. APTER A LENGTHY TOUR. lohn G. Wooliey Finds the Cause of Temperance Advancing. Chicago, Jan, 1 hnt the world in feneral is i«lvan«lDg toward t« n r anr#-. is the ».elief cf Juhn ». W«wiiSey. th«« teiui« ranee ader, who returned from a -even months* lecture trip around the globe. n trip waa taken for the purpos* ef studying the nd tion of the i!fj "r traffic in i:--.gn inds. On his long trtp Mr. Wool lev ad dr**ss«-d over tcmpcranee meetings peaking against rum In Australia, whisky in Scotland and kava in Hono lulu. Th«J if'ands of the S«uth vea vi« tcd by 'r Wool ley in hts study of social condition* included Hawan. Sanv-a, Tutulia. New Zealand and A-«i«. tra!ia On ?i 1 return trip he vi.-it«i %bn. France. England. Scotland and Wales. Mr WiKdley aays that "among aii the greater nations fee! sure that Am«Tiea is at present the farthest ad var.ced in the struggle for prohibition." WILL PREVENT STRIKES. Mr. Gompers' Report on the Recent Conference. New York. Jan. 7 -Samuel Onmiwe-s president of four 1 Sends for th* Admiral and Conference Follows. Washington. Jan. 7—Admiral Schley with IMi sil«nt Roosev««lt alniut quarters of an hour. The pres "'I Mil 111(1 I Ill* |'l 111* to the iulmiral to come to epondent of The Herald. Catupa White .House. Ai tho conclusion about 75 mties away from t.uira. /x "Leaders" K the Americar. Federation of l,abor. who attended the r«*cnt m^tlng of the National Civic Federa tion. w*as expected at the meeting of the Central Federated Cnion. just he'd ber^. to make his rep-»rt on the confer ence. As h«» was unable to leave Washington, however, he sent a writ ten report. Mr. ClomjH«r» stnt«Ml that the movement of which the conference was part would help establish rightful relations between capital and labor and prevent or reduce the numb- of strikes. Several So ialist memb« rs of the Central Federal I'nion made at tacks on the National Federation as so iation. Tin y wanted a resolution passed denwutx ing the recent confer ence. but it w,is decided to leave th«* matter to a referendum vote of the different affiliated unions. BOTH VESSELS LOST. Nineteen Men Perish in a Collision of Steamera. I.lsbon. Jsn. ». 1 he UrMisa st am fhip Alfonso, fnun N« wport for C.il» rnltar. and the Spanish steamer Vib va. both loaded with coal, collided during the r.lghi of Jan. 4. off Aveiro. Portu gal. Roth vessels sank Kighteen men of the Alfonso and one man belonging to the Vileva were drowned. Tw nty niembers "f the itcva s crew and the captain of the Alfonso were p! Ic ed up and landed at Matton l.lnhos. SAILED General FOR VENEZUELA. Party Oucharne and a Revolutionists. New York. Jun. 7. C.eneral P.sfro Iu harne. a Venezuelan revolut'onarv leader, with followers has sailed from Trinidad to C.tilra. on the Vene isuelan c(»ast. where hundreds of other Insurgents are ready to move tinder his command against Carupano. cables the l\»rt of Spain (Trinidad) corre In Starting Out With tne New xear Carupano is **n* y3***3f f-- ^.-i y+- iffi: ,i V INJUNCTION TO PREVENT COM BINE OF SLEEPING CAR COMPANIES DENIED. BEEN PENDING TWO YEARS Circuit Court at Chicago Refuaet t» company MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA, 'i I ESOAY, JAM AItV 7, 1902. Grant the Relief Asked by the Petl* tioner and Declares That the Trana- action Is an Ordinary Business One and No Anti-Trust Laws Ara Via- lated Thereby. Chicago, Jan. 7.—Judge Tuley, In the circuit court, has declined to issue the Injunction against the Pullman Palace Car company, asked for by Trutnan A. Taylor, who sought to haw that, tym pany mUraineJ from pur ::i.-»ini tbr stock of the Wagiiur Siet puig Car corn pany with .200.000 shares of Pullman sttx-lu Mr. Taylor's attempt to defeat the merg* took the form of a petition, becking to enjoin the Pullman Palace Car company om ghing to stock holders ijf th*- Wagner company 2'JKJ. (mk shares in the consolidate! concern, these being valued at $-'».U'"'.OO0. His at'on was taken following the meeting of Dec. 5. lh'j'.«. when the Pull man Palace Car company agre-*! to purchase the Wagner company's en tire plant and business, to change the name of the expanded corporator, to th«- Pullman and to in* r»-as« the stack fiuro |.".4.u'Jo.oKi to $7J.ood. 0k. go many arguments w«re al vanced by the petitioner that Judge Tuley feit th«- neti of much time ti properly onsider the matter and has jovoted a!' prtesible attention t« it during the p*st two y*«rs. His deri sion in aimt»st ev*»ry point is asgainst Mr. Tavl-ir. Mr. Taylor alleged that the Pullman people had no right under the laws of th- nation and the state to buy th*» Wagner company. H«* *aid the com pany wa end«*avoring to create a trurt and monopoly in the reduce hot tv must mi ve their offlct^ to rotin the farm of William Wish, inb^ff, 12 miles from the nearest towr.. the supreme court cf N« I raskn his ended the mot*t re markable county s«*at fight in tho en tire West, a fight which has beon per slstently wa^eil for more than Lv» years and ha* eot th«* taxpayers 1^"/•«»*. Accordingly on April 1. thv date At ed by the «upreme court, a remarkabU .•xodus will take place. Business mcr. .if Niobrarri. where the rounty seat of Knox county has been maintain*--, sime the ginning of history cf Ne braska. and \erdigris and Creighto:. 12 mib'S away from WishendofT's farir and which last named two towns wi!. supply the target part of the popula tion of the new county seat, are a', rca lv preparing for this wholesale re moval. Many of t!fc owners of building* w!'! follow the example of the thru' towns In Charb s Mix ouinty. across thi' . pouri In South Pakota. where horst* wer« hitched to the buildings and the entire towns move! bodily from o!' to new* sltos. The new counts seat of Knox county will be called Center. Today there is nothing to be seen on the site but the farmhouse and outbuildings of th Wish* ndeff farm. The change fron Niobri.ra Is made lecaus*» the place i nil the border of the ounty and cause the voters desired to locate th i-ount.v seat in tho geographical cento: of the county. RATES MAY BE SHADSO. Congreaa to Offer Cuban Plantaea Slight Reduction. New York. Jan. 7.- A Herald special from Washington says: If the new Cuban republic will ae cept a 20, per cent reduction In dutic on sugar and certain other product and make similar reductiona in bfe tariff in favor of American products, she will get it. This is what the loaders In cohgnvs are willing to give, though tho cot cession might, in a pinch, be enlarge! »o 2.r per cent. The hardest part of the work has hecii done in convincing prominent hi protection members of congress s IHailn RECOMMENDED BY PHY31CIAN3 GjSUilCEQNS. POND'S EXTRACT Sixty Years a Household Remedy For Burnt, Cuts, Sprains and Bruises* CAUTION! Witch H»*«l ii met POND'S EXTRACT. friUt u^on mr liouley, th« uum- iter of cars and to increase price*. H« aib ged that the Wagner company had not the right to dispose of its property und the law* of New York a« it would thus disable itself from perform ing the duties for which it was organ iz«*d. In regard to the *"anti-trust** argu ment made in the petition and enlarg ed apon by counsel Judge Tuley hcl Genm- POND'S EXTRACT. mjU •ni, in tottlss, Lnff wr* *rs. that the concessions can be made out working harm to the interests citizens of the I'nitel States. A reduction of 20 per cent on Cuht' raw sugar will tx- $7.2o p« ton. Assuming that the Cuban sugar crop thi year will be 8«ci.»0m tor.s. it wouc! r.n: int to a saving to the Cuban plan* ers cf f5.7^«'.eu0. FORCIBLY REMOVED. Pel lee Throw Out One of flit ©Id Srooklyn Magistrates. New York. Jan. 7- The contest over th- possesiikiii of the i«dice courts of !».r klyn was continued during th«» day. The ok! magistrates, who were aj .o!nled during the term of Mayr-r Van Wyck, maintained! possession -f tw of th' courts under a truce when iy ..e newly elected magis*rates w«-re tu await further '.-gal de-i«K»n as constitutionality of the law under *h ih they were elected. In the Adams §t:-»-t court, however, a scene wa cr»ated by an order from Walter L. I»c-aek. an elet-ted magistrate, to the i'e to remove Edward J. Iooley. a Vav. Wyck appointee, from tho court ro m. The polite, acting under an cp nion of Corporation Counsel Rives re. gnized Iiurack as the legally eb- ted magistrate and they forcibly eje 11 A poHreman he sleeping and parlor car btissixi*® of the country and preparing to limit and him his attorney. i that the transaction by which the tw« iximpanles b- came one was practically analagou,« to the ordinary businev transaction of ore man buyii.g out the business cf another. WAGED FOR TWENTY YEARS. End of a Remarkable County Seat War In Nebraaka. Crelgbton. Nel' *. n 7—la Its rul ing that rounty ofHi isls cf K aivar. c-'1 to the bench and i»poJogiied piwdey for disturbing tl-isi him. declarii.i: *a* cr.ly cbeytng orders. Weil." replied T^ooley. you »tt-t talce the consequent es." Tao prdi' em en th* n ascenlcl to tt br. and each seirire I)ooU v by nr. arm lifted bod'.tv fr. his cha As soon as the chair was emptv p-: r^'k cpra*g into it and defla-e. tr. court aJjt-araed. IVc'ev. af». h forcible removal, wer.t to th 1 Schicner Max. Which Sank th* Walla WaiSa. Reaches San Frarc'sco. San Prar.i «co. Jan, 7.—The Fren* JKh. oncr .Max. which was in (i lislon with an sank the steamer Ws. la Walla, causlr.g the loss of a':»out lives ar.-3 w UU was tow od to this rnv during The night, wis badly damage i in th» accident. Her jib-Nwm. mac of hollow steel, was broken and twis* ed and the tip of it traile, in the wat ofi the port side cf the vessel and about right angles with the line of tl hu!l. Her stem was twisted and grc gaping holes had been torn in her bo-.v. There was one almiist at the wat line and another a few feet abov Only her water tight com part men:. kept her from sinking. The French vessel left Glasgow IT days ago. bound for this port. She thur Noyce of Minneapolis, wh wl-. s in ballast and consigned to Frinleri. k Henry. Her captain had little to s regar.lir.g the disaster except that vessel was losely following the rul of the road when the stninicr came un d*r the bow of the bark. He declare that the lights cf th. Max were prop erly burning and displayed and th-t the n«n of his cri w saw the steamer for a long time before the collision. JUd^e Noyea Seriously III. San Francisco. Jan. 7.—Judge Ar was "barged with using his position at Nome to oust «-htful holders of mining ?laim? and them ir the hands of his associates in fedtral office, and whose examination was concluded be fore United States Commissioner Hea cock. is lying dangerously ill and rendered. may die before a 4e*.i*io& In his cas«j PILES MtlnArfdthetortareaofthe i^ with protrude:* pilrs 0:1 1 v corM-pa* ticn wrii vtiu-h 1 »r.s ar -.-ttd f." tw« nty joar 1 .ri .iri iss •. ir \K1.'» :r. the town of NtMtell. la ucv-t fouvt) «t.\:Ii1ng toc.iu.ii tlicMi l.»-vta.v 1 sni i ntirciy trctrom plies :w.4 fci ilk.' now n.an 11. KeitzI.14||aJones St Sioux City, 1» tPtl^WTiT. i'eU-iil. ",rt Dv' Qooo, N»e..TSi Uc.i. \\eakiv. cr .s I V.£•»-.SW ... CURE CON3TIPMTION. ... (torilaf HeMe4* j, 'nlrwl, KO-TO-aiOV.• onto the Iir- Hard & 5oft damned Trtffc. tuI i n-\**rc i i KI'. 'iclmiva a 4-U** XIaut VrfkOi* you want to start right: and if you have not already started, you better get in GOOD SHOES at very reasonable prioee- We do all kinds ol Shoe Repairing. Give us a call and be convinced. NICK BJORNSTAD 418 EGAN AVE. W"K CHA5. B. KENNEDY, Oma|i We handle the BEST GRADES in the market, and respectfully solicit your patronage. Contracts for the season a specialty. HUBBELL BROS. !_ THE rjADlSON State Bank Hadison, S. D. Farm Loans art LoA'^st ^•RATES^- LOUIS MALONEY Am sT A otJ.'e IS SERIOUSLY DAMAGED. L5 --V DEALER IN CHOICE WINES & LIQUORS. the delay -which is increasing your miserv aai wasting the days of your life. Why not stop the pam today &*• ••%. .z Orders jironiptlj COAL Office on Main t. band wagon and ride down to our Shoe Store lor your SHOES. PRICE F1VECESTS J. tf WILLIAHSON, Vice President. Sioux Falls Slewing 60. Sample Rooms Corner Fgan Ave. & 4th Street. IIIMMIIMHIHMIIIIIIItmW«MOCOiIOHOMIMII»nMMMH(i Told by Pain & you have pafcs you should lock after them quickly. Pain shows something is wrror.g. Tht sharper the piin th« mo-e dan ger there is in dchy. There are thousands cf *-onwo to-day who are bc»nr.g 2-a-ful pain almost continually, rather than teli a rh\-sictan abc^t the shootmg pcins in their ower abdon-.cn, ab^ct thi ag?r.y of hl'.scg 0f the worr.b and the distress ci leueorrhoea. They let the months pass and their trouble becomes harder to cure and more cistreiiing. But modest women can secure exemptjoo from the embarrassment of a private exami nation. Vhen pain tells them of cx^er thty can cure themselves bv the cf WINE°'CARDl!I In the pnvac^- of their hemes. Ycu .-an be cured without distressing" publicity. ^T:th these facts before you there is no reason for Belen. M!«.. Marc-h ?. I900. I h*T« nfed one bottle ef Wine of Ca-dut an.i one The,lord's Black-l»rmugi»t. Kt-f ire I bepaa to take yeur r.ieiiio:r.t s I i a:r.s my back. h'.p*. lower howcU and rcv arrr.s. I th.-u^h: 1 "'vJi! p.t thnd. Mv ht«4 achv-d and I was so weak I could hsndiy wa:k across tho flo.ir. Now 1 can onlv ferl a little of the r-a:n in my .de and I sra ute vour un: :1 I (?•.curcvi. f-r I tH-i: ve th- ywi!l cer*.a:n:y cars tie." I have b^t n t&amod twelve yr»r» a&d am tbe mot.iar of &e\ i-n ch.idrtia. I thank voa fur voor wonderful medicine acd what it ha# no for :ut-. ror and rTfr1rvt/»ra_ .1 r• Palace Meat flarket. Fresh & Salt Meats^ Cured Hams Sau5agCiS: Fish: MATILDA 8MITB. delivered to any part of city. Call mad try us. I ti t* J. P. NISSEN. "ii--? COAL! S mtii VV« hav e now in stock and pre pared to supply THE BEST GRADES HARD & SOFT COAL in large and small quantities. I.et us fill your bins for the winter. We are confident we could please you from our excel lent stock. JONES BROS. Elevator 4C.'