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CABLE LINES
KNOCKED GiiT
Communication Wffli Vest
Indies Cut Off.
CAUSE AS YET UNKNOWN
$lrcumtt«ncc9 Indicate a Sever* Sub
"V marine Earthquake of Great Extent,
but No Disturbance Has Been Reg
istered—Cuba and Hayti the Only
lelands That Are Not Affected by
the Phenomena.
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New York, Nov. lUt fi apparent
from the reports received by the cable
companies with connections In the
West Indies that all the submarine
lines throughout the Islands, from
Kingston west to Trinidad on the
fpst, have been rendered inoperative
!y some agency which up to the pres
ent time it has been impossible to
determine.
The circumstances Indicate an
itarthquake oa the floor of the ocean,
*ut to affeot the cable lines through
out the breadth of tho Indies such a
4istiu?bMM* wonM have to be roipark
*4ibJe ft)T He extent and severity. No
ffertoos earthqaake has been reported
from flhy seismograph station, nor
live Ike meager reports from the
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ifntl on the island of Jamaica where
cablet touch indicated nn earth
quake on that iele. It is possible,
Sowever, that some electrical disturb
ance tlailar to the aurora borealis
Will eventually account for the trou
'lie.
Jamaloa has been visited by a «?e
*e»e storm, with accompanying floods,
•nd this 1b all that can be learned of
the situation on that island.
The only Islands with which tele
graphic communication can be had
*re Cuba and Hayti and the shore sta
,tton at Jamaica, Holland bay.
It is equally impossible to reach the
Maatern islands of the Tr.dies by way
MW Europe and Pernambuco, Brazil.
COMPANY
SUES LABOR UNION
#wners of Homestake Mine Allege Ef
fort* to Reduce Efficiency.
Dead wood, a. D., Nov. 12.—A de
cisive challenge of the efforts of the
Western Federation of Miners through
ttie Lead local to make Lead a clowed
•amp was made wh in the Homestake
Mining company brought suit in the
Vnited States circuit court here
•gainst the Lead Miners' union for
|10
,000 damages. No injunction is
•Bked.
The company alleges threats of bod
ily harm on the part of the miners
Snd intimidation of nonunion laborers
•nd charges the union with efforts to
Reduce the efficiency of the employes.
Bast month the union voted not to
-Irork with nonunion men after Nov.
£5 and the present suit la started to
tfiow the company's stand.
More than 90 per cent of the miners
belong to the union.
PELLAGRA IN REBEL PfttSON
Surgeon at Andertonville Thinks Fed
Y*' eralt Died of Disease.
New Orleans, Nov. 12.—That hun
feeds of deaths which occurred at the
Confederate prison at Andertonville,
Oa., during the summer of 18G4 were
Sot due to typhoid fever, as then sup
posed, but were caused by pellagra.
Was the opinion expressed before the
Southern medical convention bore by
Jl W. Kerr of Corsicana, Tex.
Dr. Kerr, who was surgeon at tho
Andertonville prison, described the
qymptoms of the disease which at
tacked the inmates no fatally at that
lime and in nearly every particular
they were recognized as being charac
teristic of pellagra. Dr. Kerr said
that musty or spoiled corn constituted
the. main diet of the prisoners, be
#ause of inability to furnish them
father supplies.
FOR
DESECRATING THE FLAG
Suit Brought Against Commander
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\V Robert E. Peary.
Elmira, N. Y., Nov. 12.—Attorney
Boswell R. Moss, historian of New
town Battle chapter, Sons of the Amer
ican Revolution, of this city, an
nounces that he has instituted an ac
tion in the supreme court of New
York state against Commander Rob
ert E. Peary for the alleged desecra
tion of the American flag.
Mr. Moss contends that the "North
Soosevelt
)le" flag which was displayed on tho
in the recent Hudson-Fulton
tercentennial celebration was a viola
tion of the New York state statute.
Across it were the words "North
pole."
STRIKE
CLOSES FACTORIES
Coal Advances From $7 to $13 and
$16 Per Ton.
Sydney, N. 8., Nov. 12.—Both em
ployers and strikers in the strike of
the Allan Coal company have been
advised that the government will take
#o part
Factories all over the country have
fceen forced to close and more have
Announced their intention of closing
it the situation is not relieved.
A week ago the price of coal was
«u Mow it Is lit to *16 a ton.
CHINESE IN BLOODY FEUD
1 Four Are Dead ard Fifth Dying at
San Francisco.
Baa Francisco, Nov. 12.—Special de
tails of police were sent into China
town to prevent, the continuation of a
war between the members of the Yee
family and the On Yick Tong, which
has already claimed the lives of four
Chinese, with a fifth probably dying.
Four victims were claimed in the
past twelve hours as the result of th-•
feud. The war followed the elope
ment of a member of the Yee family
with Be duo, wife of an On Yick
Tong member.
STATE FINISHES ITS CASE
Belief fa That Mme. Steinheil WNi Be
Acquitted.
Paris, Nov. 12.—The state has
ed it* case against Mme. Steinheil, ac
cused of the murder of her husband,
Adolphe Steinheil, and her step
mother, Mme. Japy. The defense it
once began the examination of wit
nesses. The popular opinion is tint
the prosecution has not made out
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MME. 8TEINHEIL.
case against the prisoner and that
she will be acquitted by the jury.
Just as the prosecution was closing
its evidence the prisoner renewed the
Implied threat she had several times
made to broach scandal that would
involve persons of high standing, but
again,
as on the previous occasions,
.Judge de Valles' invitation to proceed
with her "revelations'* waa met with
sllenca.
JURY EXONERATES
CHICAGO SLAYER
Killed Man Who Used Foul
language to iuneiL
Chicago, Nov. 12.—In one of the
most remarkable verdicts ever ren
dered in a criminal case a jury in
Judge Crowe's branch of the munlc
'pal court found Valentine B. Caugh
not guiity In connection with tho
death of John A. Sjostadt. who died
Oct. 21, following a blow struck by
Caugh In defense of several girls.
The Jury commended Caugh's gal
lantry and in unusual terms declared
that he had asserted his manhood by
actiag as he did. The verdict says:
"From the evidence offered the
Jury are of the opinion that the de
cerned was intoxicated and that he
used foul ard unseemly language to
various young women and girls in the
vicinity and finally directed his vile
epitdets and evil abuse against the
paid Valentine B. Caugh, who was hav
ing his shoes ahlned at the time and
whose manhood being assailed and
the character of his maternal ancestor
brought into question in a manner vile
in the extreme naturally resented the
same by mixing up with the deceased.
The Jury are of the opinion that he
was justified in resenting the insult
offered."
Caugh, who is thirty-six years old,
wept in coutt when Judge Crowe dis
charged hiii: following the reading of
the verdict.-
MUCH POULTRY DESTROYED
Eleven Thousand Chickens Perish in
Kansaa Fire.
Hutchinson, Kan., Nor. 12.~-rB#le\ en
thousand chickens were burned to
death In a Pre which destroyed the
plant of tho United States Packing
company hero. I
osk, $50,0011.
New North Dakota Sen»fc»»»
Bismarck. N. P., Nov. 12.—The ap
pointment of F. L. Thompson of Can
do by Governor Burke as United
States senator is causing no end of
comment in this city and the state.
Mr. Thomp.-on is a supervisor of the
township of C'ando and is also judge
of the probate court for Towner
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NEW EVIDENCE SECURED
Former District Attorney Henry L.
Stimscn, Engaged in Building Up
the Government's Case, Said to
Have Unearthed Damaging Facts.
Inquiry Into the Matte? Now Ap
proaching a Climax.
New York. Nov. 12.—Evidence which
is confidently expected to reveal the
"man higher up" In the sugar weigh
ing frauds unearthed during the term
of Henry L. Stimson as United States
district attorney has been placed In
possession of the government, it is
authoritatively stated, and is being
used as the basis of a federal indict
ment soon to be filed against one of
the officials of the American Sugar
Refining company.
Since surrendering the duties of
United States district attorney Mr.
Stimson, acting as a special United
States attorney general, has had in
hand the work of building up the gov
ernment's case against the custom
house weighers and the employes of
the American Sagar Refining com
pany, who are charged with having
conspired together to defraud the
United State* out of $2,000,000 of su
gar duties. The inquiry is now ap
proaching a climax.
The new evidence was furnished by
one of the implicated government
weighers.
GRAIN AND PROVISION PRICES
Minneapclie Wheat.
Minneapolis, Nov. 11.—Wheat—
Dec., $1.03M, May. $1.04^@1.05. On
track—No. 1 hard, $1.06*4 No. 1
Northern, $1.0f »1.0R% No. 2
Northern, $1.03%1.03%.
St. Paul L've Stock.
St. Paul, Nov. II.—Cattle—Good to
choice steers. $6.7." 17.50: fair to good.
$o.00f?6.75 good to choice cows and
heifers. $4.2BSr5.2£ veals, $,".505?7.00.
Hogs—$7.r0S» 7.73. Sheep—Wethers,
$4.25fr4.K0 yearlings, t§»S
spring lambs, $6.00fi)7.05.
Duluth Wheat and Flax,
Duluth, Nov. 11.—Whe.it—To arrive
and on track—No. 1 hartf. $1.06 No.
1 Northern. $1.05*£(?5 1.06% No. 2
Northern. $1.03li Nov., $1.04 Dec...
$1.02 May, $1.04^ Flax—To arrive
and on track, $1.77: Nov., $1.75%
Dec., $l.72»i May. S1.74H.
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Chicago, Nov. 11.—Wheat—Dec.,
$1.0o40.1.05Vi May. $1.04*4 July,
971C.C. Corn—Dec., MH^c May. 60%c:
July, fiOMie. Oats—Dec., 39Vtc: May,
^i'V.^ill-V.c July, Pork—Jan.,
$21.If. May, $20.1214. Butter— Cream
eriei, 2nv.-TFSOo dairies. [email protected]
Eggs—2014 (d 28c. Poultry—Turkeys.
14c chickens, llV&e springs, 12^«:C.
Chicago Live Stock.
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if'ELECTROPODES
A NE.W LLECTRIG TREATMENT
A -V
30 DAY TRIAL
W'iiy KufftT with RHEUMATISM, m-rvoiw headm-lus* and other nervotw ailment*, bad
circulation and cold when
11.00
tftei il Mti mrtinfoeU»ry or fail to carts
Are metal inwoles, zinc and copper, the
same an a (falvanio battery. The zinc i»
worn In one xhoe, the capper in the
other. The nerves themselves are the
connecting wlrea between thp positive
and negative, and every nerve of the
body in fed a mild and soothing current
of electricity the entire day, which posi
tively cures.
MAY GET MAN
BEHIND FRAUDS
Said Sugar Trust Official
Will Be Indicted.
'{gtelviftgn, Nov. 11.-Oat-le—Beev*»
$3.90(5 9.10 Texas steers. [email protected]
Western steers, $4.25^:7.50 stockera
and feeders. $3.1i'7i«r.20: cows and
heifers. $2.10fi5.*5 calves. $'i.2n
8.50. Hogs—Light. $7.55^8.0O mixed
$7.€0Ti:S.
12U heavy, $7.C»0(?i8.13: jwill bring
rough, $7.0^t'7.75: good to choico
heavy, $7.7.)(f?*K.15 pigs. $!",.'75^7.60.
Sheep- Native. .1 I" ver.
$5.00i?/ r, lutubs.
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Note NoBor
ART
t»R*. PNK
F0*™
tn atincut will cure you. All druKfrUts sign
ii lc,»ol binding contract.with nch *alc agrcoiiiK to refund the money at the end of a
hi I'Vy
If your Druggist cannot supply yon send |l
T! I if., tile
Electropode Company,
Dept. 127 LIMA, OHIO
•Bd tfy a pair. Money positively Refunded
if tney fail to cure. Mention If
fnri«diropr(,.»t.
TRAM JUMPS THE TRACK
Ten Passengers Tatally and Thirty
Seriously Injured.
Rome, Nov. 12.—A heavy passenger
train bound from Tivoli to Roin'
Jumped the track at Montechio
crashing down a steep embankment.
Ten persons were fatally and thiity
Beriously injured.
Deafness Cannot he Cured
by local applications, as they oanm,t
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the Eu
stachian Tube, When this tube is in
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed, deafness is the result, aud
unless the inflaraation can be taken out
and this tube is restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed for
ever nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an in
flamed condition of the mucout surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of deafness (caused by catarrh]
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENKY & CO Toledo, O.
Mold by Druggists, 75.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation
ANDREW
rAULSON
STONEWORK CONCRETE BRICKWORK
Plastering a Specialty
Call at
Madison Hotel, Phone
87
MISS GRINAGER
Fashionable Milliner
My new fall stock
has arrived and i
will be pleased tn
have the ladies
call and inspect it
Miss Grinager
Sending for Meat
is safe as calling in person, when
it's this meat market that's patron
ized.
A Child Buys Meat
here with absolute assurance of ftiif
treatment Whoever you may send
back what you want.
For confidence and safety buy here.
PECK BROSL,
"•t 7.'. 5.
Central Market
READE & PAULSON
PRACTICAL SHOEING
Located at the Croom McLean
Shop, Shoe the lame and the sound.
SHOE THEM ALL.
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Dairying
NIGHT
GULST1NE,
lyt H. P.
...DENTIST...
PHONE 293
Office aver The Bit Store MADISON. S. DAK
THOSE WHO ANTICIPATE
Holding a Public Sale
this Season see
COL. NIGHBERT
AUCTIONEER
Twenty-three Years Exper
ience as a Cryer
OFflCE ROOM 7. GARNER BLOCK
McDANlEL
& TRIMMER
CONSULTING CIVIL ENGINEERS
Special Attention Given to
Land Drainage and Surveys
CHAS. A. TRIMMER, MADISON, S.0
Office with F. fi Ball
high Class Purs
(Complete Stock of
|ny own make at
Manufacturer's
PRICES
Han Orders Prompt*
ly Attended to
AUGUST WILLIGES
SIOUX CITY'S FURRIER
Sioux City, Iowa
S THE BASIS Of
ALL WEALTH
and the demand lor Lake County farms is increasing:. If you
are searoh of a
Home in a Good Climate
where you can raise Wheat, Oats Barley Cor®, Potatoes and in
fact everything adapted to this latitude and where
you can successfully carry on
&
Raising
and where your family will have the advantages of
GOOD SOCIETY GOOD SCHOOLS
GOOD CHURCH FACILITIES
Then come and see me, and I will show
FREB
and
Stock
tou
If you are renting land now, paying $3 to $5 annual
rental, I will sLow yuu iust as Rood land and sell
it to you at what you wil: pay out in rental
where you are in three ye^rs, and
will give you easy terms of payment
If you want a good location in Madison I have such for vou.
A lar^e number of substantial buildings have been built
in Madison the past season and the cit^ is steadily
growing in population.
Correspondence Solicited
Chas. Kennedy,
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA.
iust what you want
VAL BLATZ BREWING CO.
MILWAUKEE BEER
on draught at
KURTfTS,
J. S. MURPHYi
PETER HEAGNEY
Prioate stock, Wiener style, Bottle beer
at all Leading Saloons in the city.
L.
3.
AHMANN, Agent.
Women Suffer Agonies
from Diseased Kidneys
And Most Women Do This Not Knowing tfc£
Real Cause of
These poor,
suffering
llUve been led to
Misery of mind
and
their Condition
women
believe that their
body is entire­
ly due to "ills of their sex." Usually
the kidneys
bladder are re­
sponsible—or largely
bo.
And in
•uch cases, the kidneys and blad
der are the organs, that need and
must have attention.
Those torturing, enervating sick
Jwadaches, dragging pains in back,
groin and limbs, bloating and swell
ing of the extremities, extreme
nervousness or hysteria, listless
ness and constant tired, worn-out
feeling—are almost certain symp
toms of disordered and diseased
kidneys, bladder and liver.
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder
Pills have, in thousands of cases,
b«en demonstrated as remarkably
beneficial in all such conditions of
female organism—affording the
most prompt relief and permanent
benefit.
As an illustration of what these
Pills will do, Mrs. P. M. Bray of
Columbus, Ga., writes that she was
Tery
ill with kidney trouble, and
that she is now well—and that
these Pills are what cured her.
They are very pleasant to take,
and can in no case, produce any
deleterious effects upon the system
syrupy, alcoholic, liquid prep-
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arations are apt to djk
E. C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago, Ifljt
want every man and woman who
have the least suspicion that they
are afflicted with kidney and blad
der diseases to at once write them,
and a trial box of these Pills wlu
be sent free by return
paid. Do It to-day.
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