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Women as Well as Men Are la'
Miserable by Kidney and
Kidney trouble preys uixni the mind,
vigor aim ciieertul
ness soon disappear
when the kidneys are
out of order or dis
Kidney trouble lias
become 'so prevalent
that it is not uncom
mon for it rhiltl to be
born afllieled with
weak kidnevs. If the
cm ki urinaiesioooiieu, u tue urine scalds
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the flesh, or if. when the child reaches mil
age when it should be able to control the trlcL police station, where thirty vie
passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wet- cms, men and women and three dill
ting, depend upon it, thecausc of thedifli-' (ir011i w(1,.e Hw-altlng Identlllcatlon.
culty is kidney trouble and the first g , .Usturbances occurred In
step should be towards til- treatment of ,, ' ,, , ,, ,.,,,. , ,,
these importantorgans. Hits unpleasant dHTi'i-oiil sections of the cit.N, but no
trouble is due to a diseased condition of casualties hnvo yet been reported.
the kiduevs and bladder and not to a
habit as inot people suppose.
Women as well as men are made miser
able with kidnev and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists, in fifty
cent and one-dollar
sie bottles. You may
have a sample bottle
by mail free, also a rtoroe of swamp-noot.
pamphlet telling all about Swamp-Root,
including many of the thousands of testi
monial letters received from sufferers
cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Iliughamton, N. Y., be sure and mention
this paper. Don't make any mistake,
but remember the name, Swamp-Root,
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad
dress, Iliughamton, N. Y., on every
in a watch chain that adds nothing
to the chain's looks or the quality of
Its workmanship ? The outer sur
face of pure gold and all the details
of workmanship and finish are
Identically the same in
and in the costly gold ones.
For Sale by
Jewelers ft Opticians,
Rod Cloud, - Nebraska
Red Cloud, Neb.
81. LOUIS and
all points east and
SAL1 LAKE O'i
and all point
TBAIMB LBATB AB FOLLOWS:
No, 13. Passenger dally for Oberlln
ami St. KranclH branches Ox
ford. McCook, Denverand all
polnta west 7-OJa.m
No. 14. Passenger dally for St. Joe,
KftnsHg City, Atchison. St.
Louis, Lincoln via Wymote
and all polnta east and south 210 a, is
No 15. Passenger, dally. Denver, all
polnta in Colorado, Utah and
California 8:03 p.ra
NO. 16. Passenger. dally for St. Joe,
Kansas City. Atchison. St.
Louis and all points east and
south . .. . . 10:35b.bd.
No 174. Accommodation. Monday,
Wednesday and Frldny.Hast
inns, Grand Island, Black
Hills and all points in the
northwest 1 30 P. to
Sleeping, dining, and reclining chair oars
(seats free) on through trains. Tioketa sold and
baggage checked to any point in the United
States or Canada.
'For Information, time tabls,maps or ticket
call on or address A. Conover, Agent. Hed
Cloud, Nebr. or L. W. Wakcloy. General Paa-
sunset Agent Omaha. Nebraska
The Queen" lu truly the
Queen of Incnbaton. Ilai a
kVKtem of diffusive ventlla
turn of lln awn. It will hatch
a lnrKr prr cent of strong,
II health? chicks than any sta
I r china with other ajutema of
1 v-ntiiation. send tor cata
logua. Il'aPKBK. QUBBN INCOBATOR CO.,
box 16, Hastings, Neb.
against' Firo, LiRhtnlnff, Cy ,
clones and Windstorms, soe
JNO. B. STANSER,
agent for the Farmers Union Insur
ance Co., Lincoln, Neb., the boat in
suranco company" inthe site. j ,
02 KILLED. 200 HUUT
LIST OF MAY DAY CASUALTIES
AT WARSAW INCREASES.
Many of the Victims of Czar's Cos
sacks Are Women and Children.
Popular Irritation Not Concealed
and More Trouble Is Expected.
w.i , tnv :i 'Plu Mnv dnv
death toll' totaled sixty-two, Ineludluk
ten persons who died in the hospitals
during the night. Probably i!00 were
Crowds gathered at the Tenth (Us
All day long Intantry ami cavalry
patrolled the streets, which were
crowded with people, who did not
f-pare their criticism of 'what was gen
erally termed unnecessary slaughter.
The popular Irritation could not bo
concealed. The soldiers evidently
were nervous nnd open outbreaks, re
milting in a repetition of Monday's
terrible scenes, were only averted by
the evident desire of the authorities
to prevent a clash, coupled with the
fenr Inspired by the soldiers' bullehi.
The population Is most bitter against
the mllltnry nnd government officials
expect many attempts at revenge on
the ofllcers, all of whom are known.
The workmen at nil the factories
have struck nnd great efforts are be
ing made to bring about a general
strike, but this Is not likely to be suc
cessful. The people have not recov
ered from the exhaustion nnd losses
rtstui ng irom me mst. simie. ivr-(
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ports conflict regarding the beginning
of Monday's encounter In Jerusnlem
street. According to the most gen
erally accepted version the authorities
had forbidden workingmen marching
in precession to carry red flags, but
the workmen, however, decided to
ignore the order. When the proces
sion reached Jerusalem street the po
lice ordered the workmen to stop, but
they refusdd to do so nnd a police of
ficer thereupon fired a revolver, giving
a slffnnl for tho infantry to Are. It
appears that In other cases the demon
strators were tho aggressors, but that
in this Instance the soldiers fired first.
The industrial population Is deeply
exasperated over the sanguinary re
mits of the encounters. The strikes
Inaugurated on a large scale here, at
Lodz and in other cities are rapidly
spreading and 75,000 persons aie on
strike in Lodz. Cossacks are patroll
ing the streets of Warsaw by compa
nies on account of the danger to
smaller detachments. The majority
of the dead were working people. In
Lode, according to an ofllclnl report,
lour women were killed.
RUSSIAN FLEET OFF ANAM.
Forty Vessels Sighted Fifty Miles
North of Kamranh Bay.
Hong King, May 1. The steamer
Stettin, which has arrived here,
sighted from thirty to forty vessels
of the Russian second Pacific squad
ron in Hongkoht bay, Annam, about
fifty miles north of Kamranh bay,
Thursday afternoon. Two cruisers,
which had their decks stacked with
coal, signaled the Stettin to stop, and
questioned her. The fleet was prepar
ing for sea.
London, May 1. The Telegraph's
Tokio correspondent says: "It is
stated here that the whole of the sec
ond and third Russian Pacific squad
rons will join forces on the morning
of May G. The fifth native loan ($50,
000,000) hnB been over-subscribed five
times and the financial position now
permits of resumption of the rail
way through Japan, which was
Btopped at the beginning of the war."
Tsingtau, Shantung Peninsula,
China, May 1. It is reported that the
Russfan second Pacific squadron, to
gether with the Russian third Pacific
squadron are near the island of Hat
nan. ARMED PEAE IN POLAND.
Only by Military Force Are Workmen
Held In Check.
St. Petersburg, May S. Armed
peace prevails in Poland. Warsaw,
Sosnowiec, Lodz, KaliBz and other in-
uumriiu veurcra nuu no repetition oi litt,e. Mr. LlnUsay Baid.
Monday a rioting and bloodshed, but I ..Tnere wa8 ,lltle to tho I)avls ln.
crder was maintained only by thc.'cIdeilt and tUo preaB reports 8enf out
strong hand of the military force, frnm nnivpntm, miiv ovnerntmi
which Monday's occurrences showed
coud be relentlessly employed. The
first fruits of Monday's sowing is a
formidable strike of angered workmen,
which Is spreading widely setting free
thousands of omDlovoa and inoronnlnir
T xmZ.ul !; J! tl incroaaing;
tho difficulty at the authorities In pre-
serving order. A delegation of Mos-
COW Old Belltvers, Who Visited St.
Petersburg to ,lay their usual Easter
greetings before the emperor were re-
telVed in aUdttnce by hiB majesty, tO-
, gether with the St. Petersburg repro-
heniawvtia ui tuo seci hi oruor mai
they might express their heartfelt
pratitude for the Easter ukaBe grant-
ing liberty of, religion.
kineyuan ric8 ouiuiera.
Gunshu Pai, Manchuria, May 3.
A touching licldent occurred during
lug service, all the troops In
the region around heiultpinrters were
drawn up in Hue before General Line
vltrh's tont nnd the eomiiinuder-lti-chief
came out, greeted the troops,
r.ud pnssed down the line, saluting
each and every soldier with a UIsh.
'the men were nuirh moved and many
' if them wept. The Incident served to
Increase their boundless worship of
the old, grey leader.
XEWS OF NEBRASKA.
Thres Drowned in Cutoff Lake.
Omnha, May L -Wlllard Johnson,
George Tletz and Carl Llmhpilst were
drowned In Cutoft' lake by the capsiz
ing or a skiff. Willie Johnston and
Hollle AlKiunii were with the party
and narrowly escaped drowning. The
bodies of the drowned men were re
covered. Llmhpilst caused the acci
dent by rocking the boat.
Omaha Youth Kills His Father.
Omaha, May 1. While his mother
was doglng a shower of bricks rained
a tlier by an Infuriated husband, Leo
Osborn, aged twenty, leaped from his
bed to protect her and emptied a
charge fro ma shotgun into the head
of his fother. The wounded mnn was
removed to the hospital, where ho
died two hours after the shooting.
Women's Clubs Work for Mrs. Litlie.
Mrs. Lena Margaret Ltlllc has been
unjustly condemned to life Imprison
ment for the murder of her husband,
her friends are planning a series of
petitions which will be circulated
umong the members of the women's
clubs in all parts of the United States
asking for her telease. When these
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oio signed they will be presented to
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Governor Mickey at Bcemer.
Beemer, Neb., May 2. Governor
Mickey delivered an interesting ad
dress at Beemer in the Methodist
church. It was the annual convention
of the Norfolk district Women's Home
Missionary society of the Methodist
Kptscopal church. The governor said
ho was not a preacher, but read tho
text, "Am 1 My Brother's Keeper?"
and spoke earnestly, nbly and elo
quently fifty minutes, in which time
ho so clearly showed responsibility of
today in determining the character of
the next generation that the large
audience was ready to declare him
equal to the occasion.
Stays Sentence of Crites.
Lincoln. May 2. Chler Justice S. A.
Holcomb has granted a stay of execu
(Ion to Judge A. W. Crites or Chadron,
receiver of the United States land of
fice under Cleveland, who was sent to
jail Friday by District Judge Harring
ton for contempt of court. The bond
was fixed at J200. Crites, as counsel
for Benjamin Pitman, nsked questions
or him while on the witness stand In
defiance of the order of Harrington,
who fined him ?10 for contempt and
remanded him to Jail until the refrac
tory attorney would agree to pay.
Judge Holcomb telegraphed the stay
to Chadron, where Crites wbb In jail.
Twelve Years for Von Haller.
Omaha, April 27. George Von Hal
ler was sentenced by Judge Day to
servo twelve years In the penitentiary
as punishment fcr killing Station
Agent Rees of the Belt line In the
summer of 1904. The jury found Von
Haller guilty of murder In the second
degree and recommended the mini
mum sentence, or ten years. Later
jurymen said they were not aware
that good conduct would shorten the
term three years and they desired ten
years' Incarceration. As Von Hnller
has been in jail a year the twelve year
sentence will give him about nino
more years behind prison bars. The
sentence was pronounced nfter Judge
Day had overruled a motion for a new
MAKE LIGHT OF DAVIS INCIDENT
Nebraskans Returning From Texas
Say 8tory Was Overdrawn.
Lincoln.Aprll 27. Governor Mickey,
H. C. Lindsay, Dr. Greene nnd A. L.
Gale returned rrom Galveston, where
they attended a meeting or the north-
em settlers. Each reports a most
, ii. i t urrt
vnju.t uuiu iiiji ti nil oujn nit; jv.ii uutio
Incident marred the pleasure very
tho incident Governor Mickey in-life
a(lareSB referre vcry nlceIlo the
,agt tlrae ho was ,n tne fiOUth wlth
tne federal army. There was no
offenBU ,n the remark aIul the peop)e
.. . . . ,. V Li
present took no offense at It. In his
Bpeech Governor Davis said he was
gla(, to Bee Governor Cummins of
rOWR nrfiBnt. I,..t ho l,n,t no Wlr.n,nn
for anyono who wouId brJng up mom.
oHeB of tho Iate war He ,1d nol men.
tlnn nnvomnr Mleknv's nnmp nn.l
very few pcoplo ,n the aud,enco eVen
notlced hiB remark."
NEW LAW IS TO BE TESTED.
8ult to Determine Constitutionality if
m" nZan m.
' Lincoln, May 2. Governor Mickey
announceu tnai a sun wouiu uo inBtt-
tuted this week to test tho constitu
tionality of tho biennial election law.
Acting on his suggestion, Attorney
General Norrls Brown has made ar
rangements to have a citizen offer a
certlllcnto of nomination us regent of
the university to be llled with tho sec
retary of state, who will reftiRU to Is
Ktie eortllleato, and then bo mandnni
used In tho supreme court. Tito gov
ernor stated that while tho law might
save expense, It Ir clearly In violation
of the constitution, as its object can
only be accomplished by att amend
ment. The suit was foreshadowed by
Attorney General Brown sovernl
The bill did not carry an emergency
clause and cannot become a law until
July I, hut It Is stated on the author
ity of Attorney General Brown that
tlic court can entertain tho suit In or
der that If It should be held invalid
tho proper arrangements can be inndo
for the fall election.
Omaha Girl Commits Suicide.
Omaha, April 28.- Ashamed to fnco
her mistress after stories reflecting
on her character had been told, Mario
Shean. n pretty sixteen-year-old nurse
girl lit the fnmlly of C. K. Schwnger,
bought a revolver and killed hornoir.
Heselan Fly Said to Be Busy.
Lincoln, April 27. Reports from
many counties of the state lndlcuto
that the Hessian fly Is busy and many
wheat Holds will be devastated by tho
pest. Some grain men estimate that
the wheat will be damaged 20 per cent
In the central section of tho state.
Fire Sweeps Over Pastures.
Ogalhihi. Neb., May 11. A pralrlo
flro Is raging lu McPherson county
and northern Keith county and has
burned over the pastures from Bluo
creek to White Tail, forty miles east
mid west by thirty miles north and
south. The Hie did not come down
to the North IMutte. No reports as to
loss of live stock.
Takes Shot at Robbers.
Grand Island. Neb., April 211. In the
vicinity of Doniphan, twelvo miles
south of Grand Island and across tho
Platte river, numerous attempts at
horse stealing and frequent burglaries
have been committed recently. The
lust attempt took place at the farm
or W. M. Neal. Neal took a shot at
the fleeing burglars about niid..lght,
but did not hit the fugitives.
Man Drowned at Nellfjh.
Neligh, Neb., May 3. Jasper Jasper
son, a young Dane, was carried over
the mill dam and drowned. The body
has not been recovered. With threo
companions ho was in a boat, which
became unmanageable in tho strong
current. Tho others escaped by catch
ing hold of the Iron work of the river
l.ridge, but their companion fell into
tho river and was drowned in plntn
tight of a large number of spectators.
Finds $11,500 In Gold.
Fort Madison, la., May 2. Whllo re
moving an old cistern wall from an
excavation, Contractor James J. Mai
ley discovered in the debris hags con
taining $11,500 in gold end two small
casks or wine. As soon as removed,
both the bags and kegs crumbled
away. The cistern had not been used
for forty years or more.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Day's Trading and
ChlniK". May 'J. A liberal decrense In
tho world's vlxlblc Htipply hnd a HtrciiKthrn
liiK .effect on the wlieut nmiliet here today,
l'alllni; off In primary m-elptM til ho tended
to advance prVcH. At tin clone, July
wlirat wiih up o. t.'orn whs up '. Ontn
Hliowed u gain of (a'i ProvlMlons were
n shade to 1-'.iO higher Cloning prices.
Wheat May, nifte; July, fav; Sept.,
Com-Mny, 48Vi;c July, -MRfce; Sept., 40.
Ontu .May. Ue; July, 211 lie; Sept., 'M.
l'ork-Muy, 111.80; July, S12.11!',,.
Lard-Mny, $7.05; July, $7.'-1'H,.
Hllm-Miiy, ?fl.87'j; July. $7.17',.
Chicago CmhIi 1'rlcea No. ' xprlng whent.
IWtfKio; No. :t .spring; wheat, StWIO.'.e; No. 2
cntth corn, ll)c; No. 2 chnIi oatH .Wultoyc.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, May 2.-Cattle-Hecclpt(. 1,000;
Hleady; kooi! to prime HteeiH, 7i.00fi0.l.';
poor to medium, $4.:tO4J.M0: Mockcm mid
feeder, ?2.7.X'(ri.2.i; cowm, W.OMt.VJT.; heif
ers, $2.J0:i.riO; eimnerN, fl.tKWi2.40; ImiIIn,
2.iXX(H.iO; ealven, $:i.XKH.V7r.. IIobh He
celpts. i:t,O00; Tic likelier; mixed ami butch-
ern, $?.761TAV', ood to choice heavy, SR.IO
i fiir:i7V4; much heavy, xj.MWj.'.o.'i; llRht,
i tf.03.:w: -"ilk of kuIw. .iiwir..:iO. 1';".;
uccripirs i.i.ipj"; rtirunj s''" " ciium .-
NM'thei-H, fMWri.OO; fair to choice mixed,
FASMt'i.'Si; wcMtern nheep, f-i.flofiri.flO; nu
t've lamltx, f4.004i(!.2."i; wexleni Inuibi not
South Omaha Live Stock.
South Omaha. May 2.-'Httle-Uecelpti.
' 3W Uhc!'
- "$$? ,. .TO$S
Vh and feeder, 2.W.,m; calve,!
f2.otH.o: India, ataga, eje f2..vv.H.40.
fi.lo; inlxeil, fi.Own.i-V. iigiii, .t.ui'ft
6il5. ,,,KB( 4.ouqib.oq; bulk of mUch, f.vio
Eg.k.",. ai.Jep-iteeelpta. r,,.vx); iow, io
lower; weMrrm., JfV-Jx'
4.75; ewen. fl.OOWOjUiill.-, .,.B...T0.
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kaiifiia t.'lty, May 2.-0attlr-ltecelptH, 5,.
uteern, f."UO(itJ.:K; fair to good, fl.2.'o.:iri,
riOO; Hteady to 10c higher; choice her'
wrMtern fed strera, f4.-.iei.OO; alockern
nnd ritMlei-14. fa.0Diiii.0i); eow, f2.2JVVfn.00;
l.elfer. .rmif.W, bullH. f2.7WH.7S;
calves, f'i.M)ii.2a. Hoga-Ueci-lptH, 8,W);
2f(fc hljcher; top. f3.27'i; bulk. fn.lS'r?
r..23; heavy. f.1.S04tV.tftt; paekerH, f.'i.10(Tf
r.23; pics ami Hcht. $4.2Vnft.20. Hheep-
!occIUm, 7,.K); Meady; lanilis, f.'i..VKi7.00;
ft.u e'we; B',ld 'rntHn',t 4..jWj.oo.
one year for
INKLAMMATOIIY HIIKUMATI8M CUHBD II
Morton L. 11111. of I.tliiuion lnd mjh; "My
vlfe had Intlnmmalorv llhrniiiRllnm In eTrf
muncle and Joint; her MiffcrliiR wm terrlbW
tud her body and face were awnllen almost be
yond recognition; had bum lu bod nix week
Mid had eight pbfMclatiH, but received n
oenoflt until alio tried tho Myntlo Ctiro fc
Ithoumatlmn. It Ravo Immediate relief ant
she wan ablo to walk about in threo darn. I as
mire It aaved her life." Hold by II. B. Or toe,
DrugR-tat, Hed Cloud
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