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   Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 22, 1900, Austin, Minnesota                                HERALD. Austin, Minnesota, Saturday, September 22, 1900' 10 cents per week trong Temptations -for- Early Trading- New Fall Goods Are arriving daily. Furs, Cloaks, Dress Goods, at reduced pi ices: ...TAITS... Austin. tfew-Fall.Goods are arriving daily. All thy newest best styles at low prices to induce you to buy now. Every item a Genuine Bargain. Furs, Cloaks, Dress Goods, at Greatly Reiucec Prices; Cloaks, Capes, Etc. We ryboly to wr our tvperb lice of tr fa'l winter Jwiets how cheap iLey are. CO a reir. IS ranne-at, price only t" Cbcriot Jacket. rourtoyi W pinstrcl. aJ- 0 Q9 ]e ____ ____ IQark taa or o-jtra alj lm- CA, Ualnj to vffxr yeani, the adxas.ce fcaie trrictr. A txauliro! tao Jacket mtr.'ic coJlar. oce of ihe rt? vrtee Iii. prfct; otlj Ntif Sral Jackctt, like real Alaska Seal, worth T'Jfl CQ7 701 P OR O fc'J II iO. Th jles. Kid Cloven, r 6ee our c Jl co S9C93C, 51 15 CfcC irtf Ifce tea 5e 3fl Lneb worth ftc. saJe price per yd 4L Staple Apron R __ u 5 Cents 4 Ctnls Veee Dress Goolv Ctn t ccntv ha3e price y VCUkO tte 10 cent k'-nd, 7 PftlU price oalf per yard vtUU A 1-L.jcul price on N: Dress Goods 3_'iscb Setvtr. full of colors, prfce 1 Vr, price A ii IncI urtJrjy Cfce v- TerrUnre {7 of stvlt-i. sale oslj.- wool Trench Serpe. anj col-jf. rtz. price sale price1 Oft 'K inch FJatSti teg. 90 ileprlcr per ydonJy.. WiUU 3yc, taU AU fc'iric larmr tbX vile. ll reduce prices BLOOD IS Two Persons Are Killed and Seven Wounded by a Posso at Shdnandoah. herlff and Deputies Trying to Stop Demonstrations by the Strikers. STATE TROOPS SENT FOR City Council Passes Resolu- tions Asking the Governor for the Militia.' Saloons Are Closed and the Sale'of Armsand Ammuni- tion Prohibited. ..Groceries.. Pa., sher- iff's posse flrod oa a crowd of riotous men near here, killin'g two persons and 'ounding seven others. Sheriff Toole and Deputies O'Donnell and Brenneznan vcro called to Shcn endoah to suppress the mobs that threatened tha mine workers and'col Ucry property.'. At time tho three sheriffs went to tha.Indian Ridge colliery of the Reading company to escort the wcrkinginen to_- their Tho colliery is.located a short distance tatt of Sbenandoah. _ The workmen left for homo rhorlly .ftcr 4 o'clock. They .up th' middle of East Center street on c, in tr.c -dried Ja -Vi.-..- Crttf, ocly __ acd Sintos ;.'-c price pound ry-K-Laatd Jira Co2ec. price I-r.ce pound _ .1 Crackers, per poured per poca _ SisuCTauiSoap fur Soap for 17 cents n ctais ceav-. IDUarsof Muscat Soip for cents d Saron Soap foe cen-i C lUrsof the KVriJie White CloxkiFloitligSoap. 2S OatKfaL per 3 5 Ib fits. Uawktye RoEedOau for..; cents Carolini Klee. per pour4 Scents Jap.ia Bice, per pound cenw l I Com Starch, l Ib i-ac'rfice... 5 cents Silver GlosA Starch, per pound ____ Foam, for lUJtlni: rowflcr. per pound can lOcenta Piow FUtepare Cream Tartar Powder. pnec dc for -___ _ _ ..3) White Wiae per gallon -els pure Cider ViacjUr, per per gallon :5 cents Silver Drip Syrup perpallon 53 All Kinds of Canned Goods at Special Prices., TAIT'S. broken, buildings wrecked and a Dum- ber of persona were'injured. The for- eigners had a meeting and More Trouble Feared unless the militia arrives Boon. The sheriff has asked the Philadelphia and Reading company to abandon the Idea of working the collieries here and the company consented to do so. Up to a late hpurjthe Hungarian that wns kill-M was permitted to He in tho gutter where he dropped. Foreigners of t hi3 class say a d tad man 15 of no use and they refuse to care for the remains. council held a meeting mil passed re.so'atlons calling apon the governor to send militia. They also de- "tKl to enforce martial law. c-fficers were sent out to order saloon- to close tfceir places and to keep tliyra closed until peace was restored. It wai also decided to prohibit the sale of firearms, TROOPS ORDERED OUT. I "orthcrn Texas Experiences Disastrous Rain and Elec- trical Storms. R'ver at Dallas Rises Thirty Pectin Less Than Twenty- four Hours. BY HIGH WIND 'anV Houses Aro Reported Unroofed and Trees Bent to tho Ground. fan Declare the Injury to Cotton Crop Will Be Ten Per Cent. in min Farm- me injory to the cotton 10 per Trains on f road in No.-thcrn Texas ii time and sonlh- tho Wwsonrf, Kanw- "Id 'to Honjton Central wo tied op for (he iilxht at Trinity riv o bo caught by a flood doling the oight. News from tho Panhandle belt may add to the seriousness of the etorm, communication is badly intcr- rnpted. Rim begaa fill I'D late in tha after- noon aud ceded ot II a- m. During that interval tbo fall KC.I some place's. Tbs rain piuaod by which unroofed bouses and tent to the ground. At Fort Wottli considerable loss was sustained. Tho Trinity river left its banks the night and the valley so far as tho eye could see was a vas: sheet ofwater. The river rose 21 feet during tho night. The city park was submerged to a depth of- four feet and ths waterworks was an island. HANNA MAY_COME WEST. to Sooth rarllralArlr. CIIICAOO, Sept. States Senator Hnnna, chairiunn of tho eiecn- tivo committee of the Republican na- lional committee, announces that posd hly ho will mate an eitensivo tour of tho West, rarticnlorly in Kcbraikaacd South Dakow. On his return from the East the senator will make a decision as to his campaign plans. Tho wnator is anxious to follow Senator Pcttigraw in tho matter of speeches and Alto de- sires'to reply to Mr. Bryan in the lat- te'r's state. .___ Tho .itnation FOUR STRUNG UP. AccBfcd of Lynched ftt FontfhatoQ'av lla. NEW OntEAXS, Sept. Four "ne- groes were hah gvd Tangi- poah parish the night after the jail in tho village of Pontchatonla had been broken open and the prisoners, accused of robbing the family of Henry Holfelter, had been taken from their cells. Mr3. Losiso Holfelter, who re- colored men, was choked and beaten so unmercifully that sho lost her mind. Wholesale lynchings arc feared The men lynched were: Isaiah Rollinf, aged IS; Xrrthaniel nowrr.an, 4T; Charles Elliott. SO: Oeorpo Eick- bam, SO. There were 14 colored suspects in the Pontchatoula jail accused of various robberies. A committee of white citi- zens called on Mix and demand- ed tho keys to the jaiU Tho sheriff refused to produce them. Area were brought aad tho Was Immediately of of Cft Uemocralio 'aucct'ss toere'that it has decided to concentrate heavy work :i thj douttful states., bETTLERS''ARE" ARRIVING. ColTllle Indian to Opened on Oct. 1. TACOXA, Wash., Sept. of lanrtsoekers at Brewster and Okngon, in th'o.ColviHe Indian res- ervation, which is to be opened for set- tlegaent on pct-M. .chiefly from Iowa, the Ikikotas and Indiana. Between Re- public and ihe woStcru boundary of rhe reservation over land'agents are n locating settlers for to each. On Oct. I, between and settlors will swarm over tho reserve to secure possession anrt set their (takes. SYRACUSE, Neb., Sept. fcjs speech here Mr. Bryan announced that in his speech at Nebraska City neil Wednesday evening he would discuss the trust question because ol the pres- ence there of tho starch combination. lie eaid that tho Democrats believed as mach in tariff reform as they had in 1692, as mach in the Irco coinage of silver as they had in 1896, hot neither of these was the Issue of supreme im- portance now. Infaolry, Pa., Sept regiments of infantry, a battery and a troop of cavalry was ordered out at midnight by Governor Stone to assist Sheriff Toole in raaintaing order in the Schnylkill mino region.This action was taken after a conference between the governor. Adjutant General Stewart and General Gobin on the earnest solicitation of the sheriff, borough council of Shenacdcah and many prom- inent residents of th.it Gen- eral Gobin has been placed in command cf the provisional brigade and has started froni with-his staff on a spcc-ial train for Shtnandoah. JOINED THE STRIKERS. reaTlj Ten ThocnanA Mine at I-otttTllle. Go Oat. -William'J. I5ryan has cancelled nil Iiis datea in Illinois -will nn.lio speeches in tho >ivst iu- jtcad. The dates frr Oct._8 and 0, were cnt out of the candidate's itinerary during tlie day.- Chairman Jooes t-rought iho rist snch iflAwin" of  t war department from General Chaffee: "Peking, Sept. 19. Rock hill- expedition returned; object accompli plied; uo casualties, our Forsythe's squadron coouted north'eaai 40 miles to relieve native ChrittUns; returned briug iu 14. Surrounding country daily growing less bostile.aiid more peaceful, so far as my expedition can detcrmino questions." TKe date of this cablegram, Peking, Sept.' 19, shows lhat close communicm- tion has been established with the neso capital. The successful expedition that Gen- eral Ctaffce refers to probably U one he. mentioned; iu his dispatch of Fopt. 16, ia which he said .General was going to the westward of, Peking to -clear out the Boxers and_ open up tho coal fields. Uis reference to Uockhill is not. clear to officials here. OPEN FIRE ON TROOPS; IteaioD. for the Bombardment e.f Pal Tanc DERUN, Sept. A dispatch re- ceived here from Taku dated Sept. says: Yesterday evening the Pel Taag forts opcucd fire on the Russian infan- try camp, wounding 25 men. r early this morning a German howitiec. battery has been shelling the forU'and WORD FROM ROBERTS. Tbat General IMle-CarfW Haja Readied Kooplutlldcn. Sept. war office .gave out the following dispatch from'1 General Roberts: Thursday, Sept. 90. reached yesterday. Practically there no" rood aii'l a way had ty be cut through jungles intersected by ravines. Ha captured SS cars of flour, 1 car of coffee aud 19 damaged engines at WaterviJ- onder. "Yesterday evening Lieutenant U. P. Clarke was shot, but not fatally, while i making the rounds by a sentry. Ho either did not heir Iho osntry's chal- lenge or the eentry did cot hear his reply." _______ rapids at the entrance to the St. Clalr river, by the stralghtback steamer Yuma, and Captain James Lawless of Lcrain, William Ross, tnate, of Toledo. Mrs. Bacon, cook, ol Toledo, an-l three fixilors, names are unknown, are missing. Gabriel Peterson of Cleveland and George Kyle of Toledo, members 'ol the crovr, were saved. Navigation through the canal is completely blocked. Tugs are out in I-nke Huron notifying down-bound boats to anchor. Two rvmoeratle In Montana. Men., Pcjit. Daly Democrats who tho Democratic call a loan in'New VorV, Cut it thought. convention will TJclabJy'clocide-to call in tho Danish capital that uol "a Hate convention later to place in ffeanoo to laccctd. 4 Domination a complete ticket. PARIS, Sept. 22. French consu at' Canton telegraphs under date o Thursday, Pept. 20, that disorders hav broken out at Sun Tai. near Caoton Several villages have been destroyed and others are besieged. The minion arks succeeded in escaping. The fir.- batch of troops sent by ihevic.-ro proved powerless to subdue the dU-jr der and tho loreign consuls made most argent request for the dispatch o a larger of The chan cellor ol the French consulate and th French gunboat Avalanche will accoc pony tho force._______ I I Honjr. Chfccc Tier. TIES Tsix, v Shanglni. liaag Ciiir has arrived htr; aad domiciled iu bl- own nn-lt.T a guar.l. His was a repetition of the 'onoatTong Ka, onlyjhe Russian and on him, those of Iho other nation? taking part in it. nreuv. Sept. W.4Tho TJer'rr.aa for- eign MTu-ahas repliej from Italy. An.tria an J r'muco agreeiug, without to China proposal. KRUGEft RECEPTION. romtd at Anlwrrp. ANTWERP, Sept.. committee Dutch (ind Belgians in Antwerp U ranging a grand reception for Preii- ent Kruger' when to arrives hero from o Transvaat Delegates will go to ashing tf> meet him when he InntU. 20 Brussels coramictce5 combining for the purpose of homo in both cities in honor of the Boer BANDON A THJRD TICKET. atloasl Tarty at llajloa. KOSTOV, The National arty, of men who feel that ley cannot coavtmenlly vote for thcr McKinl'jy or Bryan, at a con- erence hel-1 u: Young's hotel daring icaficTuocn, abandoned tho idea of a thiril ticket in the Meld, and Ir. Archibald M. who was notu- nate'i fur vicu in New York n th; Cth inst. is expected to follow iia'.or Calif ry of Louisiana, tho nomint-e. in fnrroally withdraw- ng ms candirtacy. Tho-se who have lad the movement at heart, however vill to 5avo it from complete so by nominating one presidential in and in other where the election laws will >ermit this to bo doae. MAKE NO SPEECHES. JleKI-leT Will aa Artire fart la Campaign. SejJ. McKinlcy, accompanied by Secretary CortolyoQ, left Wa.-bingtou at o'clock for Canton, O. Xhe president has not nft'le up hii niiucl how long ho will ntaain in It will depend laipuly on dtvelormonts in the Chlneje it fan be stated i-ositivdy that hj will not take any active part in tho and will not make cam- paign speeches. He will make no pub- lic speeches whatever, according to ircitnt programme, and be will not make any caiataisning tour of any I son, despite the reporls of a movement to try to pcrroile him to lake snch ac- tion. Tht-re likewise will be no reoop- tioris of visiting delegations. NKXV.VORK, iDherit- ftuc- t.n on I'. Hjr.tiugton'j tatc vill n thaa OCO. lit a-i for Comp- troller Comptroller Tic. r.- P. it pearj tlilt trauiftr cbargfti on beqcesU wjald anwant m   

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