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""ELEPIIONE. SEVEN - TWO
SAlLOIiS IN MUTfN?
REBELLIOUS RUSSIAN SOLDIERS
REFUSE TO SURRENDER.
Reluctant to Order Fleet to Fire for
Fear of Refusal Workmen's Coun
cil Threatens to Renew General
Strike In Russia.
St. Potersburs, Nor. 29 Tho last
day of gruco nccordod tho nuitlncors
at Sevastopol expired at midnight,
with no bIii8 of Hiirrondor on tho part
of tho mon. Tho hills toworinR nhovo
tho harbor of tho lliiSHlnn stronghold
in tho Black sea may ro30tind today,
as they did in tho days of tho Crimean
war, with tho roar of musketry and
cannon should tho government at
tempt to carry out Its announced in
tention of crushing tho revolt with tho
Tho rebellious soldiers aro playing
a waiting game and apparently have
full confidence that tho guns of tho
ilect will not bo turned agninst them
If they have not actually disregarded
tho summons to haul down the red
flag, they seem determined to make
tho authorities show their hand.
Whether General Neplueff, the com
mandant of tho fortress, who was re
leased by tho mutineers yesterday,
will daro to nccopt tho challenge of
tho mutineers and stako tho disclplino
and loyalty, not only of tho troops at
his disposal, but of the whole army, on
tho cast Is, however, doubtful. Dis
patches from a score of garrisons in
ItuBsia show that tho land forces of
tho ompiro nro in a state of discontent
and nny order to tho troops to Are on
their comrades In tho slBtcr branch of
tho service might possibly precipl
tato a general and widespread mutiny.
On tho other hnnd, it would bo dim
cult to starve out tho sailors by a reg
ular siogo, as provisions and water
can bo obtained by them, and they nro
undor tho guns of not unfriendly war
Bhip8. Tho report that tho whole floot
had gone over to tho mutineers, undor
tho commnnd of Lieutenant Schmidt,
tho revolutionary commander of tho
cruiser Otohakoff, Is Incorrect, though
tho ofllcors of tho other ships, a3 dur
ing Vlco Admiral Kruger'a abortlvo
demonstration against tho mutineers
on tho Knlaa Potomklno at Odessa,
probably will bo unablo to obtain
obodlenco of tho raon for th arrylug
out of any measuroa against tholr
Strike May Bo Ronowed.
Tho rumblings of anothor gonoral
atrlko aro becoming loudor. Tho post
and tolograph ofllcinls at Moscow al
ready havo gono out, and tho atrlko
kas sproad to twolvo other cltlos.
The general workmen's council has
BUinmomxl a conference of tho leadcr.4
throuxhout tho ompiro for tomorrow to
discuss tho possibility of a national
etrlke in sympathy with tho locked
out workmen of St. Petersburg. Thero
Is a strong feeling against such a
atrlko, however, not only on account
or tho poveity of tho workmen, but
nlso bocrtuse it would Interfere with
tho great striko planned for January.
Tho soldiers attached to tho military
school of electricity havo been arrest
ed by four battalions of tho Pavlovsky
regiment and taken to the fortress of
St. Peter and Paul
STORM STRIKES GREAT LAKER.
Several Vessels Wrecked and Many
Duluth, Minn., Nov. 1!9. In ono of
tho most terrific gales in tho history
of tho great lakes, oven surpassing In
fury tho terrlblo storm of liibt Septem
ber, in which so many men lost their
lives In tho vicinity of tho Apostlo Isl
ands, three big lnko steamers woro
drhen nshoro within sight of tho light
house at tho Duluth entrance to tho
local harbor, and sovoral members of
tho crow of ono of tho boats, tho
Mntanfa, aro belloved to havo per
ished. Tho wrecks aro tho Crescent
City, Matanfa and tho It. V. England.
As soon as Interrupted telor.Tphlc
communication with other lake porta
Is roitimod It 13 expected that furtlit :
rejMirts of wrecks will be roecivtnl.
Ear thirteen consocutlvo hours tin
velocity of tho wind averaged slxt:
nies an hour and at times blew n
tli9 rato of seventy mll.'i an V
The Matnafa Is beln kh v' :
to pieces. Tho crow of the Crosceiu
City escaped, but tho boat Is a total
wreck. Captain II. V. England Ih the
only man who loft tho Englnnd. Tho
vessel is lying on tho sand and Is In
no dnngcr of going to pieces.
Llfesavers havo been tumble to get
tho crew off tho wrerked steamer
Mntanfn. The boat has broken In two,
but the docks are still out of water.
It Is thought that twenty-six men havo
frozen to death, as theio Is no sign of
life on board.
The steamer .llm Sheriffs, which left
Alpena with the barges Mowatt and
E. T. Judd In tow, returned to that
port without her barges and with one
spar and her dcckload of lumber
gono. Tho barges broke away in tho
storm. An unknown barge is at an
chor off Mack river nnd Is supposed to
be the Mowatt. Nothing whatever has
been heard from the E. T. Judd, and
it is feared that she may be lost. Cap
tain Jex of Toledo commands .the Judd
and has a crew of about six men. Tho
big steel steamer Charles M. Werner,
owned by the United Stntcs Trans
portation company of Cleveland, was
blown ashore during the day on Nino
Mile point, near Sheboygan.
The scow George Herbert was sunk
off Two islands, on tho north shore,
and It la reported flvo men wero
drowned. Th Bteamtr Mariposa Is
Eald to b aahort at Split rock. Tho
damage by tho storm It estimated at
BIXTEEN THOUSAND MAY STRIKE
New York Ironworkers Will Opposo
New York, Nov. 28. Sixteen thou
sand men, members of tho Ironwork
ers' union of this city, may go on a
Btriko as a result of the efforts on the
part of Post & McCord to force an
open .-hop plan by putting 300 men to
work on three or tho thirty buildings
they aro erecting In New York city.
M. R Ityan, president or the Interna
tional Bridge and Structural Iron
workers' and Housesmlths' union, has
been waiting for tills action of tho
Arm, which now forms tho basis of a
Tho nonunion men put to work on
the three buildings were quartered In
a new building on Fourteenth street
nnd when tho whistles blew at 7
o'clock they wero escorted under
gunrd to tho three buildings and Im
mediately put to work. The other
union men continued at work because
they had received no orders to tho
contrary, Uit it was declared that ir
the nonunion men arc not taken off, a
strike will be declared.
The firm of Post & McCord has tho
support of tho Employers' association,
of which McCord is president, and if
the strike is declared, it is probablo
that every member of the association
; will stand by the firm and thnt work
on every building In the city will bo
tied up. There never has been a time
In this city when so many skyscrapers
were being put up.
MARSHALL FIELD, JR., IS DEAD.
Son of Chicago Millionaire Accident
ally Shot Himself Last Week.
Chicago, Nov. US. Marshall Field,
Jr., died at Mercy hospital. Mr. Field,
who was the only aon of Marshall
TtMnlft tln miiltl.mdllnnnlr nt tYila nltv '
was accidentally shot last Wednesday.
He was examining a new revolver ho
had purchased when It was dis
charged, the bullet striking him in ths
richt side. perforating the liver and
opltn and Injuring the spinal cord. '
He wan hurried to Mrcy hospital,
whore an operation was performed
and the bullet removtd. Tho physi
cians fiom the first entertained but
slight hopes of ultimate recovery, al
though thw patient for two days
sfemod to hold his own. A declaed
chango for the worse took place and
! Mr. Field rapidly grew weaker until
i his death.
I Columbia Abolishes Football.
J New York, Nov. 29. Columbia unl-
I veislty has abolished tho gamo of
football as at present played as ono of
the sports in which students of tho
university will be permitted to en
gage. This action was taken at a
i meeting of tho Columbia university
, committee on student organizations.
The action of this committee is final.
The students are not permitted to play
without tho consent of tho committee,
, and If they do so they render them
selves liable to expulsion.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A lyAMB BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
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cures made by Dr.
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ney, liver and ulau-
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R ot sciciililic research
by Dr. Kilmer, the
eminent kidiu-v u-id
bladder specialist, and is womlirfii'ly
successful in promptly cumin hum ' .' . ,
uric acid, catarrh of the blr Idf ixl
Hright's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec
ommended for everything but if you have
kiducv, liver or bla'dder trouble it will be
found' just the remedy you need. It has
been tested in so many ways, in hospital
rrork and in private practice, and has
proved so successful in every case that a
special arrangement has been made by
which all readers of this paper, who have
not already tried it, may have n sample
bottle sent free by mail, alson book tell
ing more nlxnit Swamp-Root, and how to
fiiidoutifyouhavekidneyor bladder trou
ble. When writing mention reading this
generous offer in this paper nnd send your
address to Dr. Kilmer
& Co., ISinghamton,
N. Y. The regular
fifty-cent nnd one-
dollar size lx)ttles are Homo of Swamp-Root
sold by all good druggists. Don't make
any mistake, but remember the name,
Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
and the address, Ilinghamton, N. Y., on
To have a happy home
you should have children.
They are great happy-home
makers. If a weak woman,
you can be made strong
enough to bear healthy chil
dren, with little pain or dis
comfort to yoursclf,by taking
A Tonic for Women
It will eisc all your pain, reduce
jDnam.aaiMi, cure letuurrluu,
(whites;, fi'.lnjj wun.b, oarwn ('J
liouri. ills. ult'HU in i- .. I . u
actic. li-.vul . !;o. etc., . .J ni.ci't
chilUWn mainland t . " y it. r
At .ill J ilois In mi -iciivs, in
"Dun to cat?. ::t
VJ 13 my b.i'y girl, now to vcks L',
;J old," vrues Ai-,.J. I u i. or '- j.
ir: . . t 1 1 . i ?
fii 5isr ..n, lo-v.i. --bi.e Is a n j ?.i
V(j hi..:thy bale and vjai-W.'t i i g ;,'J
-9 nuri. I am still tu, , CurJt.,
M and would not be ultl.out it in ii
r thehuuse." ;
"'W' v'f2VW 'efTf"f''ri?-'''Cr, ret rrv
Three Kreat pursuits
have again iliown won
dcrtul results on tbo
Chicago Aldermen Take a Hand.
ChieaRO, Nov. 28. Alderman Harris
introduced In tho city council a resolu
tion requesting Coloration Counsel
James Hamilton Lewis to prepare an
ordinance prohibiting tnc playing of
intercolleginto football In thl.i etty
until io rules regulating tho gamo
havo been modified and changed to
oliminata tho present danger of seri
ous Injury to players.
I Blizzard at St. Paul.
I St. Paul. Nov. 28. Tho tirst blizzard
of tho season struck St. Paul last
night. High northwest winds tont
tho snow In such terrific gusts that
pedestrians wero all but blinded and
j traveling badly Impeded. From nil
parts of Minnesota, North nnd South
DuUctn camo reports of hoivy snow
nnd wind, with consequent partial de
moralizing of railway traillc.
Mrlflcrnt Climate Farmer plow.
Inn In thflr sUirt iIcutm in tho
middle or Noromber.
"All are bound to bemorathan
rlen.ieil with tho final rciultsof
tho past season's harvests."
ufini, wtoi, mwt. nT in aimna.
nnro fclionln, cliurchp", mnrketucon-
TuuiiMH. x an it tne era or ll wheal.
Annlv for Infnrniadrtn tn Rnru.rln.
l!2"iiy ti.l)iit of Immlurntlon, Ottnna,
OSStiVrT; fnnnila: ortotlie tcillolng nathur-
r V - l ite.l C'unudlaa UuTiirnmt'nt Asentt
W. V. Bcnnotl, 001 N.Y. Life Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Mcntloa thin taiur.
' "The liodk Way"
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Kodaks and Kodak
Bring In Yeur Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing.
Wm do It right.
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS.
r w& ivffi
flf mm irtl
1 Mkm Wil I
m u Jvizyeaisw
hi I JW
Mo Money RoegsBsped
until you receivo autl anprovo of your bicycle
Tic ship to -- n,' irr --
unfile on a vjm Miaxjys trtkas a eJiVB
?sohSis W to 924-
with Ciaster - llrnkes and PuneturoloAS Tires.
Deat Makes $ f pl) &
Any viuke or model you intnt atom-third usual
price. Choice of any standard tires autl best
equipment on all our bicycles, blromjibt yuarantM.
Wo SHIP ON APPROVAL CO. U. to any
one without a cent depvtit and allow JO DAYS
FREE TRIAL beforo puichabo is binding.
500 Second Hsnd Wheels "$ i O
tskt-nln tradfi by our Chicago retail stores, tUtiB t0 SkSM
all makes and models, good as now w ?
a Dicycie until you have wiltten for our FAOTORr
FRIOEM Amo FKFF Ttfiai nctrrro t;..
auiomtnl. lundrlei And arxirtlnir roods nf all Ul.ulo m i.nir r,..n.in .,i,. in ,,-
kig Irta Sunarj CaUlogut. Contains a world ot Useful information. WrlU) for It.
PUNCTURE-PROOF TIRES H-M
Regular piIoo $8.5Q per pair.
To IntroduoG M "7 !PZ
wo, tenia mm ""-
You a Sample
Past fos Only
NO MORE TROUBLE from PUNCTURES
Result of 15 years experienco in tiro mnkinjr.
Wo clrng;an from THORNS, GACTU5,
PSNS,NAtlS, TAQICS of GLASS. Serious
punctures, llko intentional knifo outs, ean bo
vulcanized liko any other tire.
DO NOT BUY
OUT THE AIR
EASY RIDING, STRONG,
DURABLE, SELF HEALING
FULLY COVERED by PATENTS
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
Fond for Catalogue T." showing all kinds nnd makes of tires at KM jmt pair and mi
l-o Constor-llrakiM. Mulit-ui Wheels and Uleyolos- Sundries at Half the uutrxt urlcos.
Notice tho thick rulmer tread "A" and mmcturo strips "Jl" and "." This Urn will
outlast nnv other v n- Soft, Klastlc and Easy Hiding. Wo will bhlp CO. D. ON APPROVAL
AND EXAMINATION turnout i crnt ilVosit
We will allow a cash discount of Of. (thcrr making thfi price $4.50 per pair) If you
send full car with order. Tires to bo rdtaaed at our expense. If noi satisfactory on
Km TOLE 0C5.,, Bep?. J.L.'OKiCaSQ, ELL.
City Dray and Express Line.
F. W. STUDEBAKTSlt, PROP.
An Oaly Daughter
Cured of Consumption.
Winn d.'ntli was hourly expectpd, all rrmedles
having f ii. cd, it nil Dr. II. .) itum w te cnjutIiu. ntli'.K
with tho tlio many herb of i ulcmtn, iiu naiduntly
imulo it iri'imnitiin uiilcli ciiail ln.-t iinl child of
Cdiiunnipt on. I Iih child Ihiiow hi tins country ,and
cnjo)initlii) host of lio dih. lie lias irovi'dt(itlio
world that Coiiiitii)ti(iit can he pnttlvulv aiidjier
niuncntlycnri'd. 'llio Doctor now kus dilf rcclpo
free, onty asking two '2 con ttnmpito jiivoxpciwA
TliU herb uNo cures Maht Swuats, Knicx'a at tho
r-tn:imdi, nuilwill lircal. upafreh(oll lit twentv
fotir hours. Address CltADlHn'K A CO. loli'J
liaio bt., I'lilladclplilii, ntuuhi Una paper.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAIS EXPRESS CO.
fNKI.AMMATOHY KIlhfMATlx.M Cl'UKD IN
Mort.ni I. IIIII, of l.fMtit. H Did., mys; ".My
iie ha iiiiiuruniHiiiM ti , maiui-in in etety
mneiH HUH joint, lie r -n '
nail her b tlj nnd fuce e .
mi. t reiOK. Itluu; in-.'
Mt.d hud t'lKht lijr-IOi
tnellt until hhe trleo
KhentiiAtUin, It guv
i. W Hhlo to walk hi.
i re It mv l her IK
Unu-ist He.) i Urn
'luit was lerrlril
''h ll rtlniosibe
in tied t-tx weMks
t it r-reived ni
V)fcllp 1116 IO!
t-f'it relief and
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Isaac B. Colvin
RE A L ESTATE,
Farm Loans and Insurance.
' ' Teleplioiips; fJlenwood
tiiitl Guido RtKk lines.
Box 23, GUIDB HOOK, NEB.
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