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RED CLOUD. NEB.
PUBLISHED KVKUV FUIDAY.
Jntcrcl In tin; I'ostolllcc nt Itcil Cloud, Nob ,
w Second (.Mum Matter
PAUL C. PHARES,
.ARTILLERYMEN TURN GUNS ON
WARSHIPS BOMBARD FORTRESS
Civilian Revolutionaries Seize Marine
iBarracks on Skatudden Island Lat
est Report Indicates That Mutineers
Are Still In Possession.
llelsingfois, Aug. 1. Svonliorg Is
entirely In the hands of the mutineers,
who now have In their possession
-every kind of nnnamont. Horriblo
Hconcs occurred during last night,
when the tierce fighting was coritin
rjod. The heaviest artillery was used
during the conflict. Several officers
were killed or wounded. Tho wound
d were tnmsjiorted to Helslngfors.
Colonel Nataroff was hayoneted. He
Pegged for transportation to tho hos
pital, promising forgiveness In ex
change. Instead ho was stoned and
thrown Into the water with a stone
lied around his neck.
Helslngfors, Aug. 1. A gigantic
military coiifprmoy, aiming at the
-.simultaneous capture of Russia's
three great sea fortresses, Croustadt.
'.Sevastopol and Sveahorg, arranged
fiiy the revolutionary military league,
rcao prematurely sprung here by an
attempt to arrest members of a com
pany of sappers who had mutinied on
account, of the death of one of their
comrades, alleged to have been due
rto 111 treatment. The entire garrison
iof the fortress at Sveahorg flamed
out instantly in revolt. All tho artll
3!rymen and sappers garrisoning tho
-place were Involved. Only four com
panies of infantrymen remained loyal.
The mutineers seized forty machine
.wins and practically all the quick
firers and light artillery in tho for
.tress, but even with this aid they
were unable to hold tho main fort
against the loyal Infantry. The fight
ing continued nil night long.
A detachment or civilian revolu
tionaries seized the marine barracks
on Skatudden island, hoisted the red
flag and .ere joined by nil tho ma
rines. Nino .cruisers, torpedo boats
mid destroyers lying in the harbor
opened fire on the barracks. This fire
was answered from tho third-story
windows of the barracks with machine
Sims and rifles. Tho torpedo boats
aind destroyers, which were lying
closer to the shore, were subjected to
.such a hot (Ire from the barracks
fhat their crows were driven below
'decks. They finally steamed out and
Joined In tho bombardment with tho
cruisers. This sea attack was in co--operation
with attacks by Cossacks
sind infantry from the land side. Tl
willy tho firing ceased and tho au
thorities announced that tho barracks
Jiad been captured.
The Cossacks cleared the square In
front of the palace facing Sveahorg
and then drove tho public from tho
nt're water front for the purpose of
preventing the sending or assistance
from the city to Sveahorg.
The exact situation at Svoaborg is
not known. Humors aro In clrcula
Klon that tho entire fortress has now
fallen Into the hands of the Insur
gents, but they lack confirmation. It
Is telloved that tills cessation of fight
ing Is only a prelude to the renewal
of the battle between the mutineers
.and the government troops.
An authoiltative estimate of tho
Wiled and wounded cannot bo ob
tained, but the casualty list on both
nidus must be hoavy, for tho lighting
was waged with desperation.
"Various rumors are heard regard
ing the fate or tho ofllcers who were
at Sveahorg and in tho Skatudden
barracks. According to ono rumor,
almost all tho ofllcers, and according
to another, almost all tho junior ofll
cers Bided with tho mutineers.
Tho marines at Skatudden are said
to have convened an elective court
martial, which condemned several of
3lcors to liiptant oxocutlon.
tl -it of Hie ci'tito urcr front by
Vv m Us i.Tocutb the obtaining of
poHiiivc nowfl, if is announced at Hoi
nlugforg that tho mutinous artillery
men and suppers j-.till are holding
Tho ami lug islands and tiio for
tress appear to bo in their possession
and they ha' e practically nil the ma
chine guns, quick-fit ors and movable
artillery of the foi tress.
General Lniming, the commandant
of tho fortress, Is holding on to the
main fort, on Conimnnder Island with
a force of loyal Infantry.
Spanish Steamer Burns at Sea.
Madrid, Aug. 1. The Sp.lsh
steamer Cabo Trafalgar has been
burned nt sea. Her crew were res
cued by the Urltlsh steamer Univer
sal, which also towed tho shell of the
burned stes tiler's hull to Santander.
The cargo of the Cabo" Trafalgar is a
RULES FOR MEAT BACKERS.
, Secretary Wilson Issues Regulations
for Inspection of Packing Houses.
Washington, July 28. Secretary
Wilson made public tho regulations
I under tho new law governing tho in
! Bpection of meat products for Inter
state and foreign trade. They do not,
however, cover the subject of inter
! state transportation of meat or tho
microscopic inspection of pork for ex
I port. Hogultions on these subjects.
I. it was stated, will be Issued later.
, Tho regulations are stringent through
1 out and are In line with the best au
! thorlties on the subjects of sanita
tion, dyes, chemicals and condenina
' tion of diseased carcasses.
I Tho general regulations provide
that the scope of tho inspection shall
cover all slaughtering, packing, meat
I canning, salting, rendering or similar
1 establishments whose meats or meat
food products, in whole or in part,
' enter into interstate or foreign com
merce, unless exempted from inspec
tion by tho secretary of agriculture.
Under tho law the only establish
ments which may be exempted by tho
secretary aro retail butchers and re
tall dealers, but oven these exempted
classes aro required to submit to the
secretary an application for exemp
tion. All animals, carcasses and meat
food products will be subject to a
rigid inspection. Rcinspection will bo
had when necessary.
The sanitation regulations reVjuire
the establishments in which animals
aro slaughtered or meats and meat
food are prepared, cured, packed,
stored or handled to be suitably light
od and ventilated, and to be main
tained in a sanitary condition. All
work hi such establishments must be
perfoimcd in a cleanly and sanitary
Mutineers Take Forts.
St. Petersburg, Aug. 1. No report
or tho suspension of the great revolt
of tho garrison at Sveahorg fortress,
the "Gibraltar of tho North," has
joen received In St. Petersburg up to
The secondary uprising among the
marines and troops stationed at Ska
tudden barracks, on tho peninsula
communicating with tho mainland,
was crushed by loyal troops after
Jieavy firing, in which eleven cruisers,
destroyers and torpedo boats partici
pated. Tho sound of firing on the Islands
uiud from tho fortress has ceased, and
Id jpJKe oX.thoJatthjMhoocCup-
IRON AND STEEL MORE ACTIVE
Crop Situation Seems to Lose Noth
ing as Season Advances.
New York, July 28. Bradstreet's
says: Trade, Industrial and crop de
velopments aro generally favorable.
Fair activltj for a vacation period Is
witnessed In tindo circles on which
the usual preparations for fall trade
are making, with a more than ordi
nary optimistic feeling prevailing as
regards fall and winter business. In
the leading industries more than sea
sonable activity rules, with the iron
and steel trade leading in volume of
demand and output, lluildlng con-
I tlnues active and materials movo
I well. The crop situation seems to
. loso nothing as the growing season
! advnncos. Tho heavy movement of
I winter wheat to mar):et, while tend
I lng to some enso In prices, has a fa
vorable side when the export bu
ness is considered. Reports aro that
a. largo future business in this direc
tion has already been booked. An
I interesting aide light on the gloomy
predictions current some time ago as
i to the meat trade is found in advices
I from Chicago that cattle and hog
I prices are at their highest point of
tho year. Railway trafllc returns
point to an unprecedentedly heavy
volume of business offering. Export
trade on iron and steel keeps up
I Failures for the week number 171.
( Wheat exports for tho week aro
1,708,705 bushels. Corn exports for
the week aro 530,037 bushels.
1 RATE WAR TO END AUG. 10.
i Western Lines Will Restore Tariffs
on Flour and Grain.
j Chicago, July 2S. The war on grain
rales from Missouri river points to
Chicago will come to an end Aug. 10.
This decision was reached at a con
lerence at which every road running
i west of Chicago wns represented.
Tho tariff cut, which for twenty-four
hours gave promise of serious conse
quences, was precipitated by the Chi
cago Great Western's quotation of a
proportional late of 8 and 7 cents on
wheat and coarse grains from tho Mis
souri river to Chicago and tho action
of the Wabash in quoting a through
rate of IS-"! cents on grain from the
Missouri river to tho seaboard. Tho
, conference agreed that, all western
roads should meet tho Great Western
grain rates, tile tariffs to expire Aug.
lOjjvhon rates arojo rejumo thjjigjv
n.,1 fiiMi'i'lon. Tin Ou n WoLrn
jicii'fl fttao to abandon tho Sunt
into opi flour from the Mlss-oml river
to Chlrago the sumo day.
Suit to Recover Coal Lands.
Salt Lake, Utah, July 2S. -Four
suits for the recovery of 20,000 acres
of valuablp coal land alleged to bavo
been acqulied from tho United States
by gross frauds wore filed in tho
United States court for this district.
Attorney General Moody and District
Attorney Hiram E. Booth appear as
complainants, and' the Pleasant Val
ley Coal company, the Utah Fuel
company and their ofllcers as defend
ants The state of Utah, according to
ono of tho complaints, "by and
through tho failure or certain of its '
ofllcers and agents to safeguard lta
interests is mndo to appear as an
active party to a gross fraud upon
complainant." This fraud conslnted,
tho complaint alleges, in the selec
tion and sale by tho state as agri
cultural and grazing land of land that
was known to be linnienselly valuable
for Its coal contents.
Compel Printers to Work.
Yenoslav, July 28. Twelve armed
men entered a printing office here
after midnight and compelled tho
compositors to set up and tho print
ers to print 50,000 copies of the par
liamentary address to the country, as
well as a number of proclamations is
sued by the socialists.
STANDARD OIL INQUIRY.
Methods of Transportation to Be In
vestigated at Chicago. i
Chicago, July 2S Standard Oil
company methods of transportation
or its products aro to be investigated
Aug. 0, when a federal court grand
jury will convene In Chicago to tako
testimony on that subject. The de-,
cision to draw a special grand jury
was reached after a lengthy confer-
enco between the government lawyers
In the case, and Judge l.uudis in tho
United States district court Issued the
order for the jury.
District Attorney J. J. Sullivan
of Cleveland, Assistant District At
torney Francis Hanchett, Special
Agent T. C. M. Shlmbler of the de
partment of commerce and labor, As
sistant District Attorney General Oli
ver E. Pagin and Special United
States Attorney C. B. Morrison were
in the confer etice at which it was de
cided to call a grand jury instead of
filing an information against the de
fendants to place them on trial. It
Is declared that new and important
evidence was discovered bringing
about tho change of program.
Often The Kidneys Are
Weakened by Oyer-Work.
Unhealthy Kidneys Hake Impure Blood.
It used to be considered that only
urinary and bladder troubles were to be
traced to the kidneys,
but now modern
.science proves that
nearly all diseases
have their beginning
in the disorder of
these most important
The kidneys filter
and purify the blood
that is their work.
Therefore, when your kidneys are weak
or out of order, you can understand how
quickly your entire body is affected and
how every organ seems to fail to do its
It you are sick or " feel badly," begin
taking the great kidney remedy, Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon
as your kidneys are well they will help
all the other organs to health. A trial
wil' convince anyone.
If you are sick" you can make no mis
take by first doctoring your kidneys.
The mild and the extraordinary efTectof
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, 'the great
kidney remedy, is soon realized. It
stands the highest for its wonderful cures
ot the most distressing cases, and is sold
on its merits by all
druggists in fifty-cent
ami one-dollar size
bottles. You may
have a sample bottle
by mail free, also a pamphlet telling you
how to find out if you have kidney or
bladder trouble. Mention this paper
when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ihng
hamton, N. Y. Don't make any niistakt
but remember the name, Swamp-Root,
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad
dress, llinghainton, N. Y.. on every bottle,
Jpl of a woman's life Is the nnmo on
jj given to "change of life." r- m
3 menses conic at long Interval?,, and IS
m crow scantier until they stop. Tho Ift
Vj change lasts three or four years, and tm
?3 causes much pain and suffering,
jY which can, however, be cured, by Ka
ffirSra ;a I u
erttvi4iii) tiitmxTnrzj ' ..Si
Homn of Swamp-Root.
Woman's Refurjc In Klsircsa
It quickly relieves the pain, nerv
ousness, irritability, miserableness,
fainting, dizziness, hot and cold
flashes, weakness, tired feeling, etc.
Cardul will bring you safely through
tliis "dodging period," and build
up your strength for the rest of your
life. Try it.
You can get it at all druggists in
"EVERYTHING BUT DEATH
1 sutf ".'J. rifs lrKliil.i Noln-m.of I Jst
on, Mj . " mil I took CarJm, which euroJ
inu soquuk y it surprise.! my Uoctoi, who
didn't know 1 was taking It."
DIETZ STILL HOLDS FORT.
All Efforts to Capture Wisconsin Out
law Have Been Abandoned.
Milwaukee, July 2S. All efforts to
capture John F. Dletz have been
abandoned, according to specials from
points near Cameron dam, where
Wednesday's battle took place. The
wounded soldier has disappeared and
Sheriff Gyllnnd charges Dletz with
having killed him In revenge for the
wounding of his son Clarence. Sheriff
Gylland, it is reported, has decided to
make no more efforts to capture
Dletz. Colonel G. Munson, secretary
to Governor Davidson, snid over tho
long distance telephone that no order
for troops to capture Dletz had been
Issued by Governor Davidson.
DOUBLE LYNCHING IN FLORIDA.
Two Negro Murderers Strung Up by
Mob Near Fort Gardner.
Tampa, Fla.. July 28. John Black
and William Regln, negroes, were
lynched by a mob of 200 men near
Fort Gardner. The negroes killed Ed
Granger, a white turpentine operator,
without provocations and wore cap
tured by Sheriff Wiggins and three
deputies near the scene of the kill
ing a few hours afterwards. The mob
halted the sheriff and posse and took
possession of the prisoners. Both
confessed and were hanged to a near
by tree, being afterward riddled with
bullets. Tho mob immediately dispersed.
Indicted Men Releaesed. ,
Milwaukee, July 28. Judge Quarles
of the United States district court, in
habeas corpus proceedings, released
Joseph Black, John C. Black and Au
gust Anderson of Shawano, Wis., who
had been held on Indictments re
turned against them by the graml
jury at Portland, Ore., In connection
with alleged land frauds. Tho judge
decided the evidence submitted did
not warrant him In sending tho nits,
to Portland for trial.
Find Rebates to Sugar Trust.
Now York, July 28. Tho federal
grand jury returned to tho United
States court three Indictments, which
aro reported to have been found as
the result of an investigation of an'
alleged rebating on sugar from the
American Sugar Refining company.
Town Marshal Disappears.
Minden, la., July 24. Tuesday of
last week Marshal Clint Barrier mys
teriously disappeared and has not
been hoard of Blnce. Up to this tlmo
no reason for his sudden disappear
ance can be accounted for.
in every style. Ca-
tering to parties and
dances a specialty.
Fresh Bread, Pies,
Cakes, Candy and
The Bon Ton
W. S. BENSE. Proprietor.
ngniust Fire, Lightning, Cy
I clones and Windstorms, see
JNO. B. STANSER,
' agent for the Farmers Union Insur-
anco Co., Lincoln, Neb., the best in
surance company inthe stste.
INFLAMMATOItY MIEUMATISM CUItED IN
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon. Ind.. ays; "Mr
1 wife bud Inflammatory HhenraatlBm In every
muscle and Joint: Her snirerlnit wbb terrible
aud her body and face were swollen almost be-
, yond recognition: hod been In bed nix week!
and had eight physicians, but received no
benefit until she tried the Mystic Cure for
Rheumatism. It pave Immediate relict and
Hhe was able to walk about in three davs. i am
Mire It Mived her life." Sold by II. K. Grico.
Druggist. lied Cloud.
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