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THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER
W. W. HANIMCIC-, I'lllilUlirr.
TOPICS OF THE DAY.
Drxlcnx for n Nnw 8B Crrtlllcntc.
Two do.signn for a now 85 silver cer
tificate luivo been submitted to thti sec
retary of tin; treasury by tliu bureau of
unirravltig and printing. One has upon
lU face a vignette of Washington and
the other of .loll'orson. It 1h lllcely the
former will bo selected.
Ann Ailmr I.oud Tlmm All
Ann Arbor, Mich., has the largest
coeducational Institution in tliu world
within Us borders. Oberlln college
was the first to adopt coeducation In
the west, but now thu University of
Michigan leads the way with 7! young
women out of a total of i), 111 students
Him Own Nlnn Niiwiiiflrn.
Miss Floretta Vlnlng, of Hull, Mass.,
owns, among other valuable properties,
nine newspapers Hint are published on
thu south coast- of her natlvu statu.
This gives her a control of alTnira that
makes her n sourcu of envy to the
uveragu politician of that section of
Now England, as well as a factor for
all good works.
Illntorli'iil Noiivcnlr HiidRn.
It Is proposed that thu souvenir Imdgo
tobu used at thu Washington reception
of Admiral Dcwuy shall have upon It n
reproduction of thu original flair of
freedom that was llown ly .John Paul
Jones when hu sailed in the Hon Hommu
Richard. This ilag was muilu In I'hil
ndelphla by Misses Mary and Sarah
Austin, under tliu supervision of Gun.
Tint City of Artimlun WiiIIn.
Aberdeen, S. 1)., Is thu city of arte
sian wells, as well as thu greatest rail
road center of the two Dakotas. Threu
artesian wells, each 1,000 feet deep,
mipply water for lire protection and do
mestlu use. Thu water comes from thu
earth with a pressure of from 1!J0 to'
150 pounds to thu square inch, and
forces streams through ljf-lneh nozzles
over thu highest buildings.
AVIuiii Iiiry Cnmm llomii.
When Ucorgo Dcwuy, admiral, hails
Into Nuw York harbor latu this month
hu will bu thu most talked of man in
thu world, and thu best loved man in
America. "If thu money that h to bu
spent on Dewey's reception should bu
weighed up In silver," said n statisti
cal friend, "it would bu pretty nearly
tin heavy as thu aggregatu wulght of
thu shot hu fired at tliu Spanish ships."
MitknH till) Mont (ilimH Itiitllim.
Alton, III., a city of 18,000, has thu
distinction of having thu largest glass
bottlu plant in thu world. There are
14 factories, working night and day
crews. Thu company's report to thu
statu factory Inspector showed thu
number i.-f employes to bu J,I50. Thu
gliwsblower is much the highest-patd
wage-earner in the Mississippi valley.
Hu works eight hours a day and makes
from 8115 to 8 15 a week. His trade union
Is one of thu most powerful in thu world.
Vlni'Hi Nittuml I'ark.
Mnrquutte, Mich., boasts thu posses
sion, in l'rchquu Isle, of thu Uncut
natural park in thu country. The most
celebrated landscape) architects indorse
this claim. Thu form of thu park is
puninsular, projecting out from thu
main hind Into thu wnters of Luke Su
perior, and rising in perpendicular
handstouu elltTs to a height of from 50
to 75 feet. Marquettuhas also the finest
bet of churches of any city of less than
50,000 inhabitants, although it con
tains only 10,000 people.
Wlmra Nlu'lU I l.lko liny.
Crnwfordsvllle, I nd., lays claim to
buing thu best lighted town in thu
United States. Thu municipality owns
and operates its own electric light
plant, providing not only lights for thu
Ktreets, but also to such consumers as
desire It for private use. A 2,000 candlu
power arc light was placed at every
corner In town and in the business por
tion similar lights were placed at thu
alluy Intersections. As thu blocks in
Crnwfordsvillu are considerably shorter
than thu regulation length, the city at
night presents a dazzling appearance.
I.owont Knouii l'rlro fur CofTtt.
Thu householder who "viuws with
alarm" the increasing cost of meat,
and of so many other necessaries, will
bu pleased to learn that coffee has es
caped thu deadly contagion of high
prices. Never was it as cheap as it Is
now. The cash wholesale price of com
mon gradu llrazillan coffee at Nuw
York has fallen to G?&' cents a pound.
ColVeu dellvurablu in October has been
hold on thu Nuw York ColVeu exchange
at -1.4 cents a pound, for the dealers be
Huvu the nuw crop will be so large as
to forco prices down to that absurdly
(iutowuy to t tut (Joldt'ii North.'
Seattle, Wash., claims pru-mnineneu
becausu of its control of the Alaska
nml Rritish Yukon trade, which makes
It thu gateway to thu golden north.
For thu huvon months ended ,.luly 31
departures of vessels numbered 185 and
arrivals 15 1. Total shipments of mer
chandise front Seattle were 40,000 tons,
mid thu trade now amounts to about
0,000 tons a month. Tliu value per ton
Is estimated at about 8100 per ton,
milking the tradu worth 8000,000 per
mouth, or S'JO.OOO per day. Theru Is an
average of i!5 htuamers constantly lit
the tradu from Seattle.
War Risks on Consignments to the
Dutch Republic Go Up.
THE nOERSAHE MASSING AHTILLERY.
Ilm AfrlkiuitW Ittlinl In CiipnTown to Ho
Coiiviiiii'il 'I hu IJimirimifnt iiihI Tro
pin III tilt! 'I rilllKVIIIll UllHllllllOIIH
In Tlmlr Attltuili'.
London, Sept. 1(. War risks on con
signments to the Transvaal were quot
ed at a premium of 50 per cent, yester
day and all the markets were vury
sensitive ami excited.
The Daily Chroniclo points out t,hls
morning that the Orange Free Statu
would probably better serve the Trans
vaal by remaining neutral than by ac
tlvu assistance, because thu easiest
route for marching troops to.lohannes
burg nml Pretoria lies between the
Orange river mid Vaal river.
Thu Cape Town correspondent, of thu
Dally Chronicle says: "It Is reported
heru that Mr. Urcono, Rritl.sh diplo
matic agent at 1'rctoria, fears that an
attempt will be nuitlo to dynamite thu
Thu Cnpo Town correspondent of thu
Daily Mail says: "Thu United Stated
consul In Cape Town has gone to IMoem
fonteln at the request of the govern
ment of the Orange Free. State to con
fer regarding the crisis. The Orange
Free State executive Is up Moiis to se
cure American Intervention. Hour
..pies Invest all the border towns. Two
troops will be dispatched to ICiinberly
within a week. Five hundred started
last night, and others will go forward
TIIK 1IOHHH MAHHINn Airi'lI.I.KItY.
London, Sept. 111. The special dis
patches from South Africa confirm the
report telegraphed yesterday that the
Hours are massing artillery in positions
commanding Lalng's Nek. Small
Hoer detachments occupy positions
above Buffalo river.
The members of the Afrikander Huntl
In Cape Town intend to convene the
Hunt! In congress to consider the situa
tion. A nioeuifontelii paper reports thu
illsnilsMil of several Englishmen from
the Hloeinfontein policu force bueauso
of their refusal to servu on the com
mando. A I.I. UNANIMOUS IN TIII'.IK ATTITIMIK.
Pretoria, Sept. 111. The Transvaal
state secretary, F. W. Kelt., in the
roursu of an interview yesterday, de
ilared that the government, the volks
raad and the people were unanimous
regarding the attitude which the
Transvaal lias assumed and Mini Miere
was no foundation whatever for thu
reports of difference. Mr. Kelt, as
serted that the Transvaal's decision
was arrived at in conjunction with
the Orange Free State.
WII.I. CO.M'ISCATK MINIMI CI.AIMH.
Pretoria, Sept, 10. The volksraad
yestcrdny rcatlopted thu mining article
In the gold law, eliminated last year,
empowering the government to confis
cate the claims and mines belonging to
people copviuted of treason or conspir
acy against the statu and empowering
the government to order that the mines
bo worked nml If this Instruction is
tlisrcgnrded to work them through Its
own agents. Thu readopted article
comes into force immediately.
rrocluinittlnii by CuImmim.
Hnvana, Sept. ll. The Cuban Na
tional league, in combination with tlm
Cuban National party, will Ismiu to-day
a proclamation urging union and con
cord, ltsiiys: "The basis of our par
ty Is to realize thu purposes of thu re
volution by obtaining absolutu Inde
pendence and thu constitution of a re
public under a democratic government
with ample decentralization with re
spect to thu provinces, leaving to them
the inanngeiuent of their own affairs,
subject to central control."
IIiiIiih Hlnek In l.os Angele lliirnril.
hos Angeles, Oil., Sept. lit. Firo
yesterday afternoon destroyed an
entire block in the business portion of
town, doing damage that will reach
into tlie hundreds of thousands. Ono
man was fatally injured. The fire
started in thu varnish room of a car
riage factory and spread rapidly, de
stroying the plants of the Farming
and Milling eouipany, thu Kerry Lum
ber company and a number of small
stores and lodging houses.
Dentil from ii Nitwroiimlliiud llitrrlriine.
St. Johns, N. F., Sept. U. Keports
received yesterday add to lives to thu
death roll resulting from Thursday's
hurricane. The schooner Angler went
down in Plaeentia buy with five men;
the schooner Wily Mace was driven
ashore on Mistaken point with the loss
of seven men, and thu schooner Daisy
lost one man overboard aiu'. subse
quently had a boat capsize, drowning
three. it is feared that even these cas
ualties will not exhaust the tale of dis
aster. Contribution for Porto Itlomi SiitTercr.
Washington, Sept. U. The eonunls
sary department will receive ilflO tons of
contributed provisions for Porto Kieo
this week, and will purohasu enough to
maku 1.000 tpns to ship on thu trans
port leaving Wednesday. The Porto
Kieo committee of Kostott has raised
S'JO.OOO for the benollt of thu sull'er,ers,
and udditloniil contributions aru ex
pected. o oo
U'r IlrpiirtiiiiMit OfllrliiU Ilnllnvo That
Antl - Aitirrlriin Srntliimlil lit IIoiik
Knni; Canned tlui lartur'n Diduy.
Washington, Sept. 18. It is the in
tention of the war department to fully
investigate tliu circumstances under
which thu transport Tartar was de
tained at Hong Kong. It is believed
that an anti-American Influence Is at'
work in Hong Kong, and army otlleers
suspect strongly that the plan of hav
ing the Tartar detained originated at
the headquarters of the enemies of thu
War department officials regard thu
Tartar incident as only one of tunny
cfTortH to annoy and embarrass thu
government in itH efforts to suppress
the insurrection. It is said some of
the recent actions of the Aguinaldo nd-
I herenth in Hong Kong point to thu be
lief Hint n headquarters has been estab
lished theru for thu purpose of causing i
me government trouoie wiiciiuvlt ijus
siblu and arousing dissatisfaction
among thu troops.
THEY FORM A LEAGUE.
Anti-Trout DidrgntaH Aleut After tlin Chi
ru;o Convention Adjourned utul Ef
fected it 1'o.rtiuiiimit OrRiinlriitloii.
Chicngo, Sept. 18. Action looking
toward the formation of anti-trust or
ganizations in all sections of the coun
try was taken at a meeting of delegates
to thu trust conference opposed to thu
trusts at thu Shurmau house Saturday
night after thu adjournment of the
trust conference. Thu meeting, which
was largely attended, effected a tem
porary organization in all parts of the
country ami arranged for an early
anti-trust convention. The organiza
tion, which, it was announced, is to bu
national in its scope and non-partisan
in character, Is to be amalgamated
finally with thu National Anti-Trust
Tliu big conference elosetl Saturday
after the addresses by W. .1. Bryan Mid
Hon ike Cock ran. The committee on
resolutions unanimously decided not
to report any resolutions and none
A I'lnlilnc Coiup11")'' Plant Destroyed.
New York, Sept. 18. The plant of
the American Fisheries company at
Promised Land, K. I., was destroyed
by fire last night. Fight buildings
in all were burned, together with a
large quantity of very valuable ma
chinery. Thu loss cannot yet be esti
mated, but itissaid that the machinery
was worth nearly fcTiOO.OOO. One thou
sand barrels of oil ready for shipment
were consumed, and the intense heat
tnadu saving thu plant impossible.
One thousand tons of fish and scrap
went up in flames. i
Olmrle A Pill-diary, tint Miller, Dies. '
Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. IS. Charles
A. Pillsbury, thu well-known miller,
died in this city yesterday afternoon.
Hu had been suffering front heart trou
ble caused by an enlargement of thu
stomach which in turn was due to
overwork and insullleient physical ex
ercise. During Saturday night hu
complained of great pain and physi
cians were summoned. They remained
with him through the night and yes
terday until a short time before Mr.
l'lllnbtiry died. i
Atitl.IiiiperlullNtH to Meet.
Chicago, Sept. 18. Arrangements aru
Inilng tnadu by the Chicago Antl-Int-pcrinlistiu
league for a inasy meeting
of anti-imperialists from all over the
country to bu huld in Chicago October
17. Leaders of the faction opposed to
President McKinley's Philippine policy
declare that thu prohablo result of the
conference will be to declare in favor
of thu democratic party, if that party
will maku anti-imperialism thu issue.
The Money linn lleen Pledged.
Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 18. Oeorgu
II. Loving, who is organizing the Texas
cattle syndicate, with a prosposed cap
ital of SlW.fiOO.OOOO, was in thu city on
his way to Fort Worth, Tex., from
New York. Mr. Loving said the capi
tal for a company to buy 000,000 head
of eat tlu and t'2,000,000 acres of ranch
land in Texns, New Mexico and Wyom
ing hail been pledged after eight weeks'
work in New York.
Prolmlity Due to Poverty.
Platte Canon, Col., Sept. 18. Walter
llanes, his wife and two children weru
found dead in their cabin at the upper
end of thu canon. The bodies showed
no sgus of violence and thu house was
undisturbed, leaving thu impression
that thu father had poisoned the rest
anil then laid down to die,. Thu trag
edy was probably due to thu poverty
of thu family, as thu father had been
out of work.
No Mora IHIvn llriuielifls.
Washington, Sept. IS. Recalling
CoiiuniHsioners Dcnby and Worcester
from Manila before new and aggressive
military operations have begun will
serve as a notice to the insurgents that
they are to bu left to deal with thu
United States army alone. There will
be no pence propositions and no olive
branches held out for Aguinaldo or
any of his followers.
l'roltitlily mi Kxlni Hi-iodnn.
Washington, Sept. 18. It is reported
on what appears to be good authority
that the president will call an e-.vini
session of congress to meet -on Novem
ber J. It Is' said that the session will
bo called in response to a widespread
doniaid among republicans all ovoi
the country, Including Kepres.eiitatlv
llenderbon, the next bpenker. "
, Mill .More Cuiintrrfcltlnnr.
The Secret Service has just unearthed an
other hand of counterfeiters and secured a
largo quantity of bogus hills, which are so
cleverly executed thut the average person
would never suspect them of being spurious.
Things of great value nrc always selected for
imitation, notably Hosteller's Stomach Hit
ters, which has many imitators but no equals
for disorders like indigestion, dyspepsia, con
stipation, nervousness and general debility.
Always go to tellable druggists who have
the reputation of giving whut you ask for.
AVIilch AViin tliu HIkiiiiiImI.
A prominent iesitlent of Chicago spending
his summer holidays in the custom prov
inces dedicated to the memory of the fa
mous men and women who formed them
"selves into the philosophic workers and
I.. . f It I. t.V. .. nimnotilnenil in
dreamers oi jrooii I'linn iiii-uuuiwtu "
tlje residence of Kmcrson two other promi
nent tesidcnts of the city on Lake Michi
gan, both ot tliem nidges oi noic nun uowi
living on the Weft side. The two jurists
were accompanied by tluee attractive ladies
unknown to the solitary prominent resident
who first claimed attention, and after an
interval of cxcl.iinatioii and greeting one of
the judges turned and with a sweeping ges
ture Introduced the ladies: Mr. Hash,
these nre our wives." Chicago Chronicle.
Hiiiployiitriit for the Idle.
Almost anyone, when he can't think of
anything clue to do, oats soincthing.-"-Wask-ington
ii ' ' mi '
First Young Attorney "You seem to be
very much attached to Miss Ooodcateh?"
Second Young Attorney "Well, she owns
300 acres of land. That's sufficient ground
for an attachment, isn't it?" Ohio State
"I cannot understand zc language," said
the despairing Fieiichman. "1 know how
to pronounce ye word 'hydrophobia,' and
icn I learn z.it ze doctors sometimes pro
nounce it fatal." N. 0. Times-Democrat.
"Do you know nnythinc that will make
me stout, doctor?" "Why, ccrtninlvj I
do." "What i it?" "Flesh." Yonkera
Kansas Citv, Mo., Sept. 10.
CATTLi:-HosUcces I 75 tl 00
StocUurs :i 8'J & 4 (V'
Natlvu cows S i!S & :i (W
HCXJS-ClioUo to he.ivy 3 0) & 4 rii
sunup Fair to choice 2 00 0 I 10
WHKAT-No. 2 led (V! (ft 07
No. 'J hard CI (ft ttf
CORN No. J mixed 27 Gt U
OATS-No. a mixed. 23 25
KYi:-No.2 Ml ft:H
FLOUll Patent, per hbl 3 O'i ((ft 3 8)
Fancy 3 00 :i S.i
IAY Choice timothy 7 25 & 7 5U
Fancy prairie 0 25 0 0 50
HRAN (sucltcd) 57 0.53
IIU'ITHK-Umlco creamery.... 10 21
CIIKKSi: -Full cream 1H0 II
IXJCIS holeo 'im 13K
POTATOKS 25 30
CATTLK Nntlvoandshlppltiij. 4 00 0 0 35
Tux.ins a ID 0 I 15
HOaS-Heavy I 10 0 I tV)
SUKKP-Fatr to choice 3 50 0 4 0)
FI.OUK-Chulco II IJ 0 3 55
WHKAT No. 2 red C8H0 O0VJ
CORN No. 2 mixed 3UVJ0 ii
OATS-No. 2 mixed 2:?0 23
KVH No. 2 54 0 55
liUTTKK-Creuincry 17 0 23
LAUD Western mess 5 17K0 5 20
l'OKIC 8 30 0000
CATTLK-Comtnon to pi line... 4 50 0 0 05
Itoas-Pnoliliig mid shipping.. U) 0 I 7JV4
SIIKKP Fnlrlo choice 3 00 I 50
FLO UK -Winter wheat 3 50 0 3 00
WHKAT -No. 2 led 7IH0 7I
CORN No. 2 31 3.'?i
OATS-No. 2. 2l?.i0 22
KYK 57 0 b$U
IIUTTKR-Crcamery 10 0 1.2
I.ARt) 5 27H0 5 30
PORK 7 0J 0 7 05
CATTLK Nnllvo steers 105 0 0 15
. IIOGS-Good to choice 4 75 0 5 20
SHHRP-Comimm to choice.... 3 5) 0 I ft)
I WHP.AT-No. 2 red 71 7IM
CORN -No. 2 30V4f6 40
OATS-No. 2 10 S6K
UUTTKK 18 0 21
CAPABLE mother must be a healthy mother.
The experience of maternity should not be approached
without careful physical preparation.
Correct and practical counsel ir wlyit the e.xpectantand would
be mother needs and this counsel she can secure without cost by
HOOD and consulted a physician, but
not become pregnant.
"Seeing one of your books, I wrote to you telling you
my troubles and asking for advice. You an
swered my letter promptly and I followed
the directions faithfully, and derived so
much benefit that I cannot
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pounu enougii. i now mm
pregnant and have begun its
use again. I cannot praise it
Mrs. Peuley Moulton,
Thetford, Vt., writes:
"Duak Mrs. Pinkham
I think Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound is an
excellent medicine. I took
several bottles of it before
the birth of my baby and
got along nicely. 1 had no
after-pains and am now
strong and enjoying good
health. Baby is also fat and
MRS. UHAS. UERUIG, 304
South Monroe St., Balti
more, Md., writes: "Dear
Mrs. Pinkham Before tak
ing Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound I was
unable to become pregnant;
health is much improved, and
and pride of ouf home"
4 Necessity is the
nnJ-T jJ- vm I
inuuicr uf Mivciuwn,
It -was the necessity for a reliable
blood purifier and tonic that brought
into existence Hood's Sarsaaarilta. It
is a highly concentrated extract prepared
by a combination, proportion and proc
ess peculiar to itself and giving to
tivc wwer. Remember
RUFFLES DAD'S DIGNITY".
Yotinc llitMclinll Hooter Cnnaca
Hlu I'll e mill to Feel Too
Tic is a Chicago board of trade man, dig
nified to a degree, has luxuriant, bushy sidc
whibkers, clean chin and upper lip, and he
dearly loves baseball. He also has a son,
six years old, who loves the game as dearly
as does his father, and while the elder enjoys
the playing in a solid, placid, contented way.,
the boy hubbies over with enthusiasm and.
outroots all other rooters.
During the last Chicngo-St. Louis game
father and son ml in the grand stand under
the intense strain of knowing that St. Louie
had two men on bases and two out, and if
the man at the bat made n base hit the score
would he tied, ho latter smote the ball,
heavily. It soared upward mid onward, far
hack into what the baseball reporter calls
"the left garden."
Left Fielder Ryan was there, and, after n.
long, hard spurt, caught the fly on his finger
tips and held it. The crowd screamed joy
ously and the small son of his father nearly
went out of his skin for glee. The father
merely smiled with dignity.
Finally the crowd ceased its yelling after
the left fielder had doffed his can thrice.
'J here was silence as he walked to the bench
twirling his blond mustache with cither
Then, with his father's clean shaven upper
lip in mind, and with a voice thai drew the
attention of the assembled hundreds toward'
his devoted dad, the six-year-old rooter fair
ly yelled: "0, pap, don't you wish you.
had a mustache like Jiinmie Ryan's?" Chi
ONE WIFE SURELY ENOUGH.
Why MotiOKniuy IIiih Come to lip the
I'revulltiiK Matrimonial Prin
ciple lit ThlM Country.
Marghoritn Arlinn Hamm, the well-known
traveler and author, called when in China
upon the wife, or lather the wives, of
gieat mandarin. Her visit partook of the
nature of n festival, so novel was the ex
perience to the Chinese women, whose Uvea
are passed almost entirely within the walls
of their yamcti. They examined her cloth
ing, and were partly pleased mid partly as
tonished at it. They were shocked by her
shoes, and especially by the fact that her
feet were not confined by bindings.
Finally oneof them said, through the in
terpreter. "You can walk and run just as
well as a man?"
"Can you ride a pony as well as a man?"
"Then you must be as strong as most
men." "Yes, I think I ntn."
"You wouldn't let a man beat you, not
even your husband, would you?"
"Not at all."
The Chinese woman paused, laughed, and.
then Mild: "Now I understand why foreign
ers never take more than one wife. They arc
afraid to." Philadelphia 1'ost.
Orecn Why is it that some doctors have
so small a practice?
DeWitt It may be because they are-fi-aeticing
physicians. Cleveland Leader.
In her apologies to her husband, a worn- -a.i
lays the blame of her fault on either her
affections or her nerves. Atchison Globe.
writing to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass.
Mrs. Cora Gilson, Yates, Manistee
Co., Mich., writes:
" Dkar Mrs. Pinkham Two years ago
I began having such dull, heavy, drag
ging pains in my back, menses were pro
fuse and painful and vas troubled with
leucorrhcwa. I took patent medicines
received no benefit and could
ml 1 ". K.v vbBF 'M
but since I have used it my
I. have a big babv bov. the iov
big baby boy, the joy"
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