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Thousands Have Kidney
V Trouble and Never Suspect it
" How To Find Out.
Fill n bottle or common glass with your
water mid let it stand twenty-four hours ;
I . fH nseclimentorsct-
' W2ilJ E-r-pCZ tlingindiealcsuii
, 111II1V..UL11Y tUU-
ditioii of the kid
neys; if it stains
your linen it is
evidence of kid
ney trouble ; too
to pass it or pain
in the back is
nlso convincing proof Hint the kidneys
and bladder tire out of order.
What To Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
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Swamp-Hoot, the great kidney remedy,
fulfills every wiah in curing rheumatism,
pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder
and every part of the urinary oassage.
It corrects inability to hold wuter
mid scalding pain in passing it, or bad
effects following use of licmor, wine or
beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne
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during the dtiv, and to get up many
times (hiring the night. The mild null
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it ikhu n . notn sent I ree iri.w,:
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NEWS OF NEBRASKA,
Fatal Hunting Accident.
Bentrlcc. March 6. Hay Mlnkler.
on of D. O Mlnkler, died from the
effects; of an accident while hunting
He was attempting to place his shot
gun In the back of the bupgy when
the weapon was accidentally tils
charged. Passes the Century Mark.
Rushvtllo. Nob, March 2. The
death or Mrs Anna Hammond, a dis
tinguished member of the Daughters
of the Revolution wns brought home
to out people by the most impressive
funeral ever held In Ilushville She
died Sunday Mrs. Hammond would
have a: 'nined her luiih year on
Conversions Cost $6 66 Each.
Omaha. March 4. Pastors report
that the expenses of the religious re
vivnl in "he north side district lor
four week; were $2jo. which makes
the cost of each conversion IfJ.fiG.
Ministers also repor' that two-thirds
of their congregations consisted of
women nr.d that there wete few young
men among them.
One Prisoner Given a Pardon.
Lincoln, March S Governor Mick
ey commuted the sentence- of FranTi
Henry, to take effect March 15. Henry
was sentenced to the pen Tertiary for
6ix years from An'rlopo county for
robbery and ho has served about one
year. The man is dying of consump.
tion and it was upon th-3 recommenda
tion of the prison physician that the
commutation wns made.
Flxe3 Line of Two States.
Washington, March 7. The su
preme court entered final decree by
stipulation of counsel in the suit or
Missouri against Nebraska. The de
cree fixes the boundary between the
two states in the middle of the liver,
as it was prior to avulsion of July,
1SG7. Alired Hazolett ol Nebraska
and John W. Hnllibuton of Missouri
nre appointed commissioners to erect
Anti-Trust Legislation In Nebraska.
Ltnccln. March .'. The house
passed the anti-trust bill by a vote of
72 to 10. It has still to be considered
by the senate. The bill exempts do
mestic corpoiations in its provisions,
and Its author, Representative Jen
kins, said while it affected all foreign
public corporations, It was aimed spe
cifically at the so-called beef trust
and Standard Oil company. Public
ity, by the medium of complete re
ports to the attorney general, and se
vere penalties for violation of the anti
rebate provisions, are leading features
of the bill.
Whittccar Is Released.
Dakota Ci'y, Neb.. March C After
spending nine months? in the county
jail and having once been convicted
on the same charge, but granted a
new trial by Judge Graves on miscon
due of the jury. Steve Wkittecar was
given his trc-c-dom, the jury acquitting
him of attempting to assault his fourteen-year-old
daughter The- testimony
of the plair.utf and defendant was in
direct conflict ol eacli other and the
jury chose to believe Whittecar in
stead of the girl. Whittecar. his wife
and aged mother wept with joy when
the verdict was announced, as a con
viction meant imprisonment tor life.
Methodists at Lincoln.
Lincoln. March 2. A state riilssion
ary convention, bringing together five
bishops of the Methodist Episcojml
church and leading workers of that
denomination from over the country,
ia in progress here with an overflow
attendance. On the program for ad
dresses are Bishops Andrews, Tho
burn, Joyce. Hamilton and Warren,
together with Dr. F. D. Gamewell and
Dr. George Heber Jones, New York;
Dr. E. M. Randall, Chicago; Dr. C. M.
Boswell, Philadelphia, and others
prominent In home and foreign mis
sionary efforts. Evangelization of the
state, nation and world was the lead
ing thought brought out at the open
T. E. Hibbert Dies Suddenly.
Beatrice, Neb.. March . T. E. Hlb
bert, prominently identified with
Gage county politics for many years,
died suddenly at his home near
Adams He was taken 111 while at
tending a school entertainment. Mr.
Hibbert was twice elected to ihe state
legislature, being a member of the
visiting board of the soldiers" home,
supervisor of the census of 1900 for
the Fourth congressional district and
assistant superintendent of the Ne
braska exhibit at the Pan-American
exposition. He served in the Thirty
seventh Pennsylvania volunteers in
fantry and battery C, Second Pennsyl
vania veteran artillery during the
civil war He was fifty-nine years of
age and leaves a widow and seven
IN HIS OWN DEFENSE.
Bill" Denies Charges Made
by His Wife.
Omaha, March 8. William F Cody
("Buffalo HUll snrnl tho dnv hf.hlrM
locked doors In his hotel apartments
In this city, defending his personal
character In a deposition to he used
in his sul for divorce from Mrs Cody
Colonel Cody's deposition declare?
Mrs Cody is ono of the richest worn
en In Nebraska He says he peser.t
ed her with the residence In North
Platte and other propertie valued at
1200.000 T!;o home in North Platte
alone l worh $20,000
Colonel Cody sworn lo an emphatic
denial of the charge that he had In
time? past beer, n frequenter of dlsor
dtrl houses at For; McPht-rson. Neb.
Dies After Having Teeth Pulled.
Norfolk. Neb., March 2. As a result
bf having throe teeth extracted at
Magnet. Neb., Silas Johnson Is dead. I
Cocaine was administered and It Is
believed this drug worked its wny
to his heart. j
Army Officer's Wife Shoots Herself.
Omaha, March -l.-Mra. L. B Chaud-I
lor. tho wife of Lieutenant Chandler j
of Fort Niobrara, fatally shot" herself
at tho Paxton hotel, tho bullet lodging
In the loft breast near tho heart. Ill
health is the cause assigned.
Brakcman Killed by Cars.
Lincoln Mnich S. W. P. Thread
kell of Lincoln was run over and In
stantly killed In tho Burlington jnrds
by a freight train. Threadkr-ll wns
employud a a brakcman und in m:u
lng a colliding it is supposed lu
caught his tout In a fiog und fell uu
dei the wheels.
Accidentally Killed by Gun.
Beatrice. Neb.. March 7. Wllllntn
Quackonbiish, son of David Quae ken
bush, was killed near his homo, eight
miles northwest or Beatrice by the
accidental discharge of a shotgun.
He was standing near William Pluck
rett, who had just finished leloa'ding
his gun. when the weapon wns dis
charged, blowing the lop of his head
Business Houses at Lynch Burn.
Norfolk, Neb., March S. Fire start
ed in the empty Nebraska hotel at
Lynch at 0 a. in., destroying a block
of buildings completely, including tho
Walters hotel, Thompeon's barber
shop and Dr. Neliph's olllro. The ho
tel guests esrnpod Tho lire- i thought
to have been the work of Incendiaries
Tho loss is about $8,000, partially In
sured. Fences Are to Come Down.
Washington, Match S. ' The fences
on the public domain in Nebraska
have got to come down," said United
States District Attorney Baxter after
an interview with Attorney General
Moody. Judge Baxter received Ills
instructions from the attorney gener
al to proceed, botli civilly and crim
inally, against the offenders who aie
violating the public land laws.
No Extra Pay for President of Senate.
Lincoln, March 8. State Auditor
Searle has refused to honor the war
rant of State. Senutor Jennings, lor
$3 a day extra pay as president of
tho senate, claiming tho net providing
for increased compensation Is uncon
stitutional. The nttorney gene nil
upholds the auditor In his contention.
Attorney General Brown received
from W. H. Harrison, president of the
senate at the session two years ago,
a check for $219, the amount paid
him. which he asks to be returned to
Lucaa on Trial for Life.
Holdrege. Neb., March 7. The
trial of John R. Lucas, who shot Clyde
Lester last December, Is in progress
here The story brought out by tho
testimony was that Lester on the
morning of Dec. C came across the
field from a neighbor's, whore he had
been staying, to the Lucas, place.
Lucas ordered Lester to halt while he
was still in the field, but he came on
In spite of the warning and while in
the roadway Lucas fired and Lester
foil fnrwnrrl. 1-pRtnr wns unarmed
and had done nothing except to walk
toward Lucas. Tho state roBted and
the defense Introduced Its testimony.
The shooting was admitted, but It
wns claimed it was done in self de
fense. Several witnesses told of con
versations with Lester In which Les
ter made threats against Lucas on
account of the failure to pay wages
which Lucas owed Lester for work.
CATTLE THIEVES ON TRIAL.
Case Turns State's Evidence Against
Titterlngton at North Platte.
North Platte, Neb., Match S. The
district court has been In session for
u week trying the famous tattle rust
The first case to come up wbb that
of Del TItterington, who was Jointly
charged with Lee Case of stealing
cattle belonging to one Jones. These
defendants were engaged In the butch
er business together at Sutherland,
and the manner of the a'rrestE and the'
various escapes of Lee Cast- have been
told some time ago. The trial of Del
Titterlngton occupied nearly all of
Ihe wee-k, and Us chief sensation was
Lee Case pleading guilty to cattle
stealing and then turning state's evi
dence against Tltteilngton. Case tes
as to how thoy had together
stolen tho cattle and butchered them
Evidence, more or less cenmcunji
was given to the jury, tho defendant
himself taking the stand and deny
ing that ho was In the neighborhood
when the crime was committed. After
being out one nignt and one day the
Jury was discharged because. It could
The case of the state against
Market- also charged with stealing
cattle, w&j 'aktn up while the Jury
it out In the Tltterlngton case and
titer the submission of evidence and
the aigume-t.ts by counsel tho case
was given to the Jury who likewise
tad a tuss'.e. The Jury was dls-tl.a:cr-c
because . could not agree,
And v r.w trial w.ll probably be had.
The cac of 'he state against Del
Ttt'c-rr.eton. on Ir.formntion of George
Bei.tky ri.ttrclnt: conversion of ent
ile by bailer-, hfic he en begun This
lc M.oth'-r on? of the- several tcallng
cases bruipht r.eainst Tittenngton
If th! rr.ir iocs not win the former
W'.il h': 'r'-nl l?0!ll
The ffit'Ic f'.oaling case against
Thiii- Bi.rbtr Las not yet been tried
Uencr.ii belief at Russian Capital
That Retreat Has Begun.
St. Petersburg, March S. That the
bnttlo or Mukden will go down In his
tory with Lino Yang in the long list
of Husslnti defeats Is tho almost mil
vorsnl bollof In pessimistic SI. Peters
burg, which has forgotten the moan
ing of the word victory. The war of
fice does not admit that tho Issues of
tho great battle, which already ex
ceeds in inagnlUide of operations and
losses that of Shakhe, has been de
cided, although It Is positively said
in high quarters that Kouiopntkln ban
telegraphed to lOmpcror Nicholas that
it will be Impossible to hold Mukden
and that the withdrawal of tho army
northward bus already been begun.
Advices to SI. Petersburg newspa-
I pers and dispatches to tho Associated
Press Indicated thai the position of
j the Russian army aftc r a day of furl-
j ous und unprecedented fighting Is des
perate, but not absolutely hopeless.
Everything piobably now depends on
General Kouropatkln's reserves.
While the Japanese hurled thorn
solves forward at every point, their
main oneirics wore behind the blow
west and southwest In an attempt to
envelope the Russian right and drive
a wedge thnnmh tho lino at Mndzyn
ptt, but General Kouropatklii seems
to have boon able successfully to
shnugu front on the line of his shat
tered right, aligning from northwest
to southeast, to protect the railroad
to Mukden, and It was reported ho
was practically holding all his posi
tions. At the same time he was draw
ing in and shortening his line to the
According to reports all tho concen
trated attacks of the Japanese to tho
westward failed, and tho effort of
Generals Nogt mid Oku to push the
encircling movement north and east
ward across General Koiironntkln's
lino of communications was blocked.
Reports, however, aro conllietlng.
Ono correspondent telegraphs or hear
ing firing to the northward, toward
Tie pass, which may bo between Cos
sack's and n Hying column of Japanese.
General Kouropatklii has boon con
fining his strategy, as nt Lino Yang,
to meeting the attneks of the Japa
nese mil accepting battle at places
chosen by Field Marshal Oyanm.
Both sides are terribly exhausted by
ten clays of continuous fighting, and
all tho correspondents nt tho front
intimate that the issue must be defi
nitely decided today.
At the military clubs hero General
Kouropatklii Is already regarded as
beaten, the only question being his
ability to execute a retreat. Those
who believe there is still a chance
Df actual Russian victory arc few and
far between. Tho majority regard tho
fighting as in reality a rear guard ac
tion. Politically the result may determine
the question of continued prosecution
of the war. An overwhelming disas-
" l '? ""evcd. will surely brinp
nussin to terms. In its bearing on
the Interior situation the result of
tho battle Is regarded equally Im
portant SUIT AGAINST SANTA FE ROAD.
TaUng of Testimony In First of Kan
, aas Oil Conspiracy Cases Begins,
I Topeka, Kan., March 8. C. C. Cole
man, the attorney general, and Frank
B. Monott, the attorney for the state
oil producers, began taking testimony
hero in tho case brought against the
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fo Rail
road company in Chautauqua county.
Tho action against the railroad com
pany is based upon the charge that it
Is violating the state anti-trust law.
Very little progress was made. Cyrus
Anderson, secretary of the state board
of railway commissioners, the first
witness called, was required to furnish
copies of the annual reports made
last year by all of tho Kansas rail
roads to the board of commissioners.
Reunion of Rough Riders Postponed.
Washington, March 8. It was an
nounced that tho reunion or the rough
riders, President Roosevelt's old regi
ment, which had been scheduled to
take place at Han Antonio, Tox on
the 3lBt Inst., had boon postponed tin-
til April 7 on the request of tho prosl
one I year for
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