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KtfABLIMl® 1890
RUSSIA'S COURSE PLAIN
SEMI-OFFICIAL •TATIMINT RB
CARDING PRESENTATION**
AMERICAN PETITION.
10 COMMUNICATION 01 THE SUFTJECT
KNOWS HOW TO ANSWER ANY AT-
TEMPT TO INTERFERE IN
INTERNAL AFFAlHt.
gt rvtertfiurir. 1—-Tho fet»
1 iwiiic nouii «»mel»l statemeat »M Is
(u*l tlurlnK Ibf l«y:
•There have been no negotiations
between Russia and the I'nlted States
in regard Co President lUxwevelt'a In
tention to forward to the Husslan gor
«rnment a petition from the American
j,.w- oneernlng the event* at Kl*h
liieff and
uo
communication ha# !)«fn
made to Russia by tho t'nltod States
government on thin subject IJut. had
*u.-h beeu received. Russia would nat
urally have known what to reply Co
.uch'an attempt at interferons lu h«*r
luteins! affuirs"
The foregoing nolo wan Issued Vf
lu* hviuiomilal now* agency.
BLAMES POREION JEWS,
QURI UNCLE Diicumn
txar
Spacai Seaalon
Anti*RuilM
Agitation.
No* York. Ju!y I A *po.-|al cable
tu tho World from llotnburg.
iiertiiany. reports an Interview wlib
tho (Iran Inike Yladltulr. undo of th*
«»f Russia. on the Jewish question
in Russia. Th.' grand duke *ald:
-lb.- Jewish agitation U chiefly In
st:gatod by influential Jow* ouuldo of
HuMiia. tudi an the m«-ni!'or# of the
hik |. t) In No* York, which ha» pr»»
nt« ii a potHurn. and ob k« laliy lb"
puworful J'In Horlln.
"I i!,. not tho loajt .-mdono tho
clrll a.!m»nl»traM«.n Tho *«»voroor
«of Kt*hsnofT. althoiijch an old m«
dot-oratod for hravory, an^arii lo ha*««
K»»t hi* heal Hut dirtily applwa
tiuti *ii» mail' to tho military wuth"fl
tl.-*--*ho tanuol Intvrveno without b*
it,k rr jufulod to !o tho r^l* *a*
••u«lo»l n» two or throv hour* Military
a^•^lJltanl•«» wan »umn»onod too lato and
tL«* go\» nor ha» Mnco l*»«n rcniovod
Th«* *ran-l hik«' ank'- what r^
«.«i-tlot, would Im
kwa«
•4 KiHs.a
of
Servian Skupahtina
Adjourned.
Belgrade, July 1 At th« nesting
of th* »kui^ht!na l*roiul«T Avaktitno
.!• r. ad a ul.a*«- 'ho s«n»i'.n
niK-cUll) auiutnonod by the prt'V|*iooal
^'o rtmo-nt Juti«- !1
A(i ri-adlng th«- ukaao tho promior
thai)kj1 the »kup»htlna to bohalf of
tlr Ki\«rntiiont for tho «!«-. tlon of
Kin* l'ot«-r «!ul al«U 5 tnai tho govern
m« nt had 4**»nrludot| that It wu t»ottor
to all lf|(ii»lation until tho
urw
K
ipAhttna wa* el««rtod. Tho pi*»
«*r iil«*«t£e,i tho government to
Ihit tho rlo-tlntia wero mrrl«*i out
with fr«H-ilon» that th'- r«ault
•Jay truly re iroaont public opinion
Th ele» ,toI)» a:» eip«»rto«l to t*ko
pla in iho middle
uf
Sepu-mber and
wll (loithtloaa result In a con aide rabl««
Inir.asM- in tho number of o*Ueuto
Ha.lli rtl.n In the ho s.'e
The king ha* already promised that
the n»-w cabinet hhail bo rtnn(• ims] In
urdanro with tho r«sult« of (be
tlon*
BIG FLEET AT PORT ARTHUR.
F'fty-fceven Russian Warvhlpa In Chi
naa« Harbor.
Tletitaia. July 1 The local ft«w»
WtorH ronniont
.n
tho all-n^d nig
Mfl an.,, of th«. Kftth'-iiuK of the Amer
J«*a. Hrltlah and Japaneno
tb.- noithoru part of the Golf
^'•ra wtui wer«« on learr
Uuna are said to have
training
®"W Atuch.. Vmv,,
N«» York. July 1—T
Jk
Pf-paraiorv
^TTON" MARHiC"
Now Y' rk
Oc« I
or fa i
W P(k
It Is ajMorlod that no t^mn
fifty s. ^.a Hunalan warahlpa ,of
iKjft
l*'jrt
i4!"1 ftnolh',ir »r«
W6SC*.'
#V-
oB#t
*^5w«d"at
Arthur The JapaaoM.'
.^ur.
w
Payment of Lart^
ablp Young
..
i .» 'wr nautical
I- •», 1 totajj
,, a«itod by th' V
I11'-* -unty. N
on ftn
-..h.
"00.
&**??'
... .- -i-. ./' ».
.1' \*M^r
NEGROES LASHED TO DEATH.
by dacke.
Montgomery, Ala., July 1.—Tales
of terrible cruelty have been unfolded'
•Ince the arrant of Deputy Sheriff Gro
gan of Cooaa, who Is harg«*d with
Ihj-
Ing one of the loadnrH of a gang of
m««n who make prlaoners of negroes1
and work them as la the daya
ot
slavery. i
The testimony given before the!
grand Jury was that negro men and
women were pur bused outright or
held In peonage, and that while In
mi state were whipped, abused and I
often killed by ru»*l treatment.
A Blxteen-yuar old girl wan killed by
being leaten on her bare Ix.dy with a
"trap of leather twice doubled ov««r,
the end of tho utrap being filled with
long, pointed tackn.
A negro woman was strung up by
the wrists for an hour, and then when
she refusod lo go to work waa lieaten
until she died. Her body waa secretly
buried and tho negroes who buried her
wore ordered to refuse to go before
Che Jury to testify.
INFLICTS FATAL INJURIES.
Insane Farmer Stabs His Wife and
Hangs Himself.
Altoona. Pa.. July 1.—John Clear,
farmer, aged *oventy-flve year*, whlb
temiHrarll in»aric. attacked hla wife
with a b»n her knife while »hu waa In
bed He
Stubbed her four times, in
nil ting fatal Injuries, lie then at
tn« k«*! his Hon Justin with an Hie.
but the son overjwiwered him aft* a
Ktruircle an.! took th«* w-aiMtn from
hi in Tho iur. ran from th* house an 1
'if-rmed ni'lghbors On returning he
5.»md that hla father had ha&g*h1 hltn
•••If to a trtM- near the house. He w»h
•lead when out down
TEN THOrSAM) SLAIN
MAD MULLAH'S MEN SURPRISEO
•Y ABYSSINIANS.
British War Office Receives Report of
Ocsperate Fight in SomaMiang
OA May 10.
I.ondon. July 1 —The war
r»*

«n tho American
[wtltlon In llufitla. Ho roj.llml
"Thor«* ran l« no qu*«tloo of Intor
v.titlun In «h puroljr Int'Tna) allalni
N« «-rth«*loaa I am »w»r««
thai tho rolatlona tn twoon liunula and
Ainnli a havo always b«*on of a
iurdlal naturo."
tw|
LEGISLATION POSTPONEO.
offlro
oived a dlspat' from
Colonel
hfort. one of th»* llritish of!li«-rfi
•o-rvin* with the Aby.'-asnlan forte in
Soma!!land, whlrh aays tho Abystlr.
lar.4. May 10. after a series of forve.J
r:..irthes, stru'k the Mad Mullah'h
f^ri-ox near J**yd. surprising thom at
•lawn an.! killing
IuaK"'
sp«arue ii and
ajitwr iitf alovkt all thoir (attle and
»hr«*p and lo,o«K» camel*
Colonel lux hfort adds that the Aby»
(•Jr fan* hac tually loi»«-d to the
Ui iHah all the watering ila south
of thu ijvrloga 111 line and h
es they will soon be In cuctait
wit!) the Hrltlhh forces and thus t«
af'!- to rt»op»«rate In th«' pursuit of th
lu illah, who in Jla*-d in hi* mov
ni'-uts owing to the f^ that he U
r' "i»ing a watvrleas part of the eout.
try
The ruluacl'i dl*i»at.h waa dated
June 1
PR£*tO€NT TO ATTENO.
Will W'tneaa the Yacht Races for the
America's Cup,
Oyster Hay. I- I Ju!y I.- Presi
dot.t UmiM vclt has !«•. iU-4 to witness
th- ra.-o »h: tb«* Atuen.su defender
l£-.lame and th Sha nr«»»k III will
sAi, In Iktobf! lie will
o,-volt
will be
threatonol
tlon.
hment
Bhori!!
,h prorure.j
f,,r
rw"
It .duo priIcure,r'
*Ulu,h
PIZX
,M''is:.'m,o6
dealgner J!
tx,*'/of
which «ia to
(tr nervous.
•r«a
Vor!
N- Ml
W an
•••nu- .i,.
i
Aft»r
the
ft* Price# on
'7k Kaalianse.
'tr L—
Uke
d:
5
the prices of cotton
luly contract*
August 14 polnta
Mcb a dec lino has
and vailous stories
atloii la explanation of
!'»kmea One waa to the
'/ra were Internal die
pool ranks and another
Jb element of the Now
(agent was "leaking cot
how„Vi^tka ftnt rush of Ilqulda
"M s Partial rally
J~". but avldence of clique eup*
MrVwu4i Market recalled fgqp
KO o\vr
the
..•urse in whi«h the rai u Is to be
satled on the Mayflower Sr .''mas
Upton 4»coutl
J' :it a "cordial TnvlTa': n t«' witness
!h« race* fr -ni nis y.n r.t. the Knn. but
while ajpr" *aiin»! invitation and
the kjiirlt w*f t, pt.nl it rre^ident
U
f,,. ol*ii*c 1 to .J.vline U.
i,iiivn% H,int of Porto |{io. Sena
tor Long nf Kannas and Form* Post
n,a«tt 4.J.. .J Wil^oli s lilsKi-11 of
lluffalo M)v, here during tho day and
w.'«• t: nicnt s gueaia at lunch
«-on
4»f
The Hfu ioiies of the Holy Name of
B„d
ik
\*.r,
Inland will hold
WopeY air mooting hero on July U«
It ih e\j.e t.'.i tliat Pioslil. nl lt.Hsevelt
will .leluor an a.ldr-** to the so*oral
fhoucantH U» attendance The ob
of the eo-Wlus I" to iurb lUe jracCU.
profami swearing.
in North
called
MI
illZID.
LABOR TROUBLE AVCWTEO.
Clothing Manufacturers and Employes
AgWe on Wage Scale.
New YoriJ, July 1 At
iM-tween roitr'-fontativeH of clothing
trades union ft. with an
aggregate
iNThhlp ol I'V""0 *nt|
n.onr
of lh, 1
,olh,u*
Manufacture,*- ans., iation. an agn
III
nt has be.i reachod by whtchtb«
".^ v :zzui
eitnilod one year, averting
frl^l 'n over Che wage quee-
BRIEF NEWS.
Dan Godfrey, the famous
ter of the Grenadier r«ard«. died lr,
I^indon Tuesday of paralysis
The cropn In several provinces ol
Turkey hsve
Ik-h
seriously damaged
by recent torrential rains and hall
The 4-ongie** of Husslan millers hat
resulted In the formation of an asso
elation to promote the flour eipo
trade.
I)r. Emily Dunntag. the Srst womaB
physician to be aXV|oln^d an
lance aurg«*»n in New York city,
gsn her work Tuesday
The state departnt^ot has be«n «i
Tlsed that the govern »uenc» of KngJ»n
and Porcugal are n aklag y
shower hoepicallty upwi the American
squadron In Kurope.
1
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vfw^k:
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f. •-'-I'.-.tJi „--.i*»*. ...
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-MANY MEN ENTOMBED
TERRIFIC EXPLOSION OCCURS IN
UNION PACIFIC COAL MINES
AT HANNA, WYO.
FEARED IKS OF LIFE Mil K IA*6E
SAID TWO HUNDRED WORKMEN
WERE ON DUTY WHEN DISAS*
TER TOOK PLACE.
Hawllns, Wyo.. July 1.—A terrific
e*p|oH,iti oc4*urred In the mines at
llanna. Wyo., at lo a. Nearly 21'1"
n aro said to hav4- been in the mlii'*
at the time of the explosion. Th
mine took flre Immediately and the r4
ll^f fore© which wa~s organtsed at one.
to rescue the entombed miners has ho
far b«fti unable to approach the en
train c* to the mine on account of the
dense volume of smoke. Unless th'
Workmen aro soon relieved it f.ot
be|i..ve,-| tbnt any will be found aliv.
llanna la on a branch line from A11 i.
Junction and paiUcu'.ars of Uie «x
plosion are hard to obtain.
Th«* exploblon ».et fire to the w^ne
aid at this time it is Impossible
.he loss of life.
en were*'killed
although this mine i* well ventilat-d
und provided with many avotiue* «.f es
«ape the loss of life will be very
heavy. Not a man at this time ha*
found his way to the surface. Super
Intendeut Hrooks is working dilig«nti
w.th a luige force of nu-n to res^ u«'
the imprisou*d miners and extinguish
Lhe raging flames.
e-tirnate the loss uf life. Not leas th:iii
twenty men were*' kHIed outright an i
Omaha, July 1.—At the Union Pa
clflc headquarters in this city no dc
taib arti known of the llanna mine
ttiplotjuu. A report received her«
states that J«,»y n:en were in the m::*.
Ml the tlu.e of the expioiilou and thai
a re*, ut i»aiiy has been sent do*n the
bhaft Intii the rescuers shall have
flatbed the scene of the eiplunioii
bothirig wtll bv known as to tne
teut -f the damage and the numb
iaualti«». lhe tnlb* s are o^ialeJ
Lj the niou 1'at luc Coal cvmpany.
THOUSANDS OUT OF WORK.
Mines and Smelter ef Amalgamated
Copper Company Closed.
liutte, Mont., Juiy 1 The I'-c
aineitei- wf Uie AmaigauuteU Cop^.
company at Anaeonaa. «-mploying 1.
i"j imu.
vim
hhut down uurtug the
tiuy tor an lu.iettulte
ikiio!.
.•
V ...v
_»*•.
and al
t!.ouKb the otiiiany Miinuunces that
tile »hUtdoM|| la tor tUe purpose o(
n.a .iug certain tuiprovetnents the ni n
l/ell" It is lor lie putp'ifce cj fole
staiiiiig a probabie utiiKe t^ uiforce a
U' tiuiid lor an ii.ui.ase of wages from
4- .ru to IJ a day.
1 be demand was made some tt::.
ago and was refused by the compa: ..
ai.d the sruejtor men thea carried la^r
glut ante before the Western Fedora
ti. ii of l-abci and w» re niveii pertuis
ki.m to enfiii e their iii uiai.-i.iv
Tbe minea if the »otupany in Hutie,
from which the An.u muis fmeitcr h.i^
been suppiud. are also »but J.i*n a:» i
between
j.ih'O
and more men la:u
oft indetauteiy. i'he company says Uic
shutdown tor si* wtcks only.
""CLANCY UPHELD.
Montana Supreme Court Denies Peti
tion of Mining Company.
Butte. Mont. July 1 The supreme
CoUit llU.t tii ule.l tbe lItl"U ol the
Amalgamate.} op|H?r company for a
v. i it of fcupeivlsoiy coutioi in a nun.
U of pro* iH-diugs against Judge Wiii
uiu Ciamy ot the district court In
liutte.
The purpose, whi.h was t« prevent
hiui 11oui tijing any moie of the nun
ing »aes
iMIhk
between the com
pan) and the Heiiues. was contained
in a bulge of bias and prejudice
against Clancy to show that he refused
grant the Amalgamated company
justice in his court, but the supremo
ceuti holds It has no authority to In
terfile
and he will continue to try the
Amalgamated suits.
A s. ore or more are peudlng in this
dcpaiiiui'ut. some of which are set for
Uial at eiirl) dates.
POPE ENJOYS A DRIVE.
Visits Vatican Gardens far First Time
This Year.
Home, July 1- The pope ascended
to the "Vatican gardens during the
uiointng, for the first time this year,
ami w as' driven about for an hour and
a hall He seemed to enjoy the air
Immensely and noticed the changes
niade In the gardens slnc« last year.
It.- was specially interested in the
growth of the vinos planted by himself
and made Inquiries regarding the pros
poets of the vintage. When the pope
returned to his apartments he seemed
not In the least fatigued and received
Several bishops.
CROPS SUFFER SEVERELY.
Wind and Rat" Storm In Wisconsin
and Minnesota.
1S Crosse, Wis.. July 1. A severe
wind storm, followed by a flood of
rain did considerable damage In Weet
em Wisconsin and Eastern Minnesota
during the morning. Hundreds of
acres of corn In this Immediate vlcin
uy were laid low by the wind, and
he rain waa so heavy thatimany^jropa
on aide bills ttttirtl*
washed
MADISON SOUTH DAKOTA, WKHNKSHAY, LV 1 1903
WILL NAME UECE1VKK
NEW JERSEY JUDGE MOLOt SHIP­
BUILDING TRUST INSOLVENT.
Director* Fail ta Properly Protect the
Bondholders and Concern la Un­
able la Raise Fwnda.
Newark. N. J., July 1—Judge Kirk
Patrick announced during th* day t'
coun.-el representing complaining bond
holders of the United State* Ship
building company that he had road all
the papers in the case and had decide i
that tht corporation is insolvent and
that its directors had failed to take
proper Hteps to protect the bondholders
und seemed to be without ability to
raise funds. In deference to the In
teicsts uf the bondholders, both thosu
who appear bore us complainants
all the others, ho said, I shall appoint
receivers. 1 will le ar ounsel as to
whom they may desire to name.
Charles C. Denting, for the defendant
corporation, a.-l.-d if It were rot jios
siL!e to postpone i nsiderati.-u of Iho
artuhl ai'pointn.ent until ti.e following
day at 2 o'clock, but both Samuel Un
termy.-r and It. V Ltndabury obj«ted.
It was finaHy agio. 4 that an order
should be signed iminediati ly and that I
coun.-el wouitl Lave until morning t-»
agn-v on a suitable person for the ap
point ne-ut. but if no a^reem .s
rta h» the coast will name the re
ceiver at lu o'clock In the u. rning.
SQUADRON LEAVES KIEL.
American Warships Sail for Ports
mouth, Eng.
Kiel. July 1- The United States
f*qtiadron sailed at fiom Kiel, al!
the
.-hips saluting and the Americans
repiyng. The flagship Kearsarge, th
Chicago and
the
San Fran* i-co w.U
through the Cattosat. stopping at K..
lundtxTg.
1
tenm.irk, f«»r two day.- *1
Machlas win go by way of the K
-anal to llrunsbuttel. and there e v
rendezvous wi!h the oth»»r An
1'!
ships south of Upithead. The
ron will ariive at Portsmouth Jtil
The
Ko«*er.t oxporinietst*. hv practi« n\ f«
and examination- with the aid of th*
Kay- c.-tabli-hment it is a fa that
Catarrh of the »toma ti i- no! n dit- ar
of it-elf, but it re#al: from repeated
attack-" of indit* -tior. How an 1 eur«*
my indigestion? Kodt i !y-j ep^:a
t'uro Hearing tho-jsar.ds. It wili eur
you of indig«—ti*»n ar.d dytnc-p*ia. and
prevent or euro Catarrh of theStomach.
Kodol dig*v^t^ what you oat roi"« the
stomach sweet. S- by Cook JL UJ-"
DENOUNCE GOVERNMENT.
Radical Wing of Cuban Veterans Want
Their Pay.
Ifevana, July 1.—The radical wlag
Of the revolutionary veterans at Ha
vai.a has petitioned congress for th
imn:*"1 lute apiMjintment of a congres
aiontil feinmittee to pa.-.s upon th«
validity Of the soldiers' claim!' They
a.-k that irF, j»et c,m thereof be paii
out of the government'a pre.-o-nt sur
plus Some of the most radial vet
e it.B der.oi|T.o the jrovernment be
i, i! e i
4.
^CHLLT^
There is no beverage more healthful
the right kind of beer. Barley malt and hops
—a food and a tonic. Only 31/2 per cent
of alcohol—just enough to aid digestion.
o-: get the' right heer, for some fcfff "iV J?e*.tRiǤ.
Sch! the pure beer, the clean
it, hrtvo 1e« ii le
NO CHAIN
CTnntirpo
13 3
7JUN 115
WE&KEST
NO MAN
IISTRONGER1
THAN.HIS
STOMACH
DRTFTERCES
GOLDEN
MEDICAL
DI5C0VERYJ
iMAKES WEAK
STOMACHS
5TR0NG
QOK'T
1
Yra car. i-^red i anr f^rns cf••••ina
e*v:_T. he c:.a« »Srocf. n.. r: '.
an -.ifur -v tak:*aj:
heer, the r.lterei and
SUnlucd beer. No bacilli in it—nothing but heal:h.
And Schlitz is the aged beer that never causes biliousnctt.
CtUftr tht Errtrny Brtt.'sng.
f|« Beer that madm Milwaukmm famifta*
Thonc 100, Fred Kurth. 1006 VV. Main St.,
M.idi son
[GUARD
HEALTH
F.very woman should see that tlio p*'r
icslical function is kept in a healthy cov
dition. The way is to taki» an occasional
dose of Wine of Car.hii.
Every woman i' su^jii to conditions
which brine n female weakness. ine
of Cardui piM'^ women strength for all
the duties of life. It gives tlieiu rtfong
nervos and freedom from i^ains.
Wino of Cardui ni^t only cun^s but
guards the health. The organs quickly resinmd to
tho healing vegetable ingredients of which Wine of
Cardui is composed. A healthy woman dvvs well to
|»kc tliis miMicine on approiiching her |vrii»*lK«il
rfekness. Wine of Cardui cures the worst cases
prolonged female troubles and had cure 1 thousands
of them quickly and complexly
in tbe privacy of
Home.
Chicoua, Miss.,
vour medicines to all my friends everywli.re 1 go. Vive months ago I
amid not walk am** the house without great pain but 1 am well acain.
i i i., ,-t
|oiir
n
vt
of
W*m Cardui but fi'el Wtter than 1 have
WINECARDUI
Carter.
CHA5. B. KENNEDY,
President.
w
rOBAC^OSPiT
ana hMOKE
our Lifeaway!
HO-TO'BAO,
\f. r-.?k.rs r- r. f- r.f r-.
ten Ka:iitA n tr* Ceri i ire: &00.000
C!-' C. All
6.
cure
jruar*nt«-e«v
K«ok-
Ir! «tiii j6:.e 1KHF, AdJrrm
*rsiIUY CO_ caicaco cr N vr York. «I7
WE DO
{ALSO
1GENERAL
FULL LINE
•••w
May l# 1901
Wine of Cardui and Tlunlford's Black-Draught
Is a sun« cun» for all female diseases. I recommend
-«•«—. s xt-.
THE ftADISON
State Bank
I Great Special Sale of Ladies Muslin
Goods. I have the most complete line
and will make prices you have not heard
of to close it out. It will be cheaper than
you can buy the material to make.
v. Commencing Saturday. Do not fail
to see this line.
N O 5 3
PKICK FIT* CENTS
THE
BISSELL 1
CARPET SWEEPER
is S0I4I by
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