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Kofi Cloud . - Nobrnsktv
PUULISHIdD EVlillV Fill DAY.
.jtutuiil In the t'eiMoftlcn nt IcimI Cloud, Ncti
ii Sueiuid CIhh-4 .Matter
STOCKMEN VISIT SHELDON
Ask That Chungss Do Made In Quar
lincoln, .Ian. 2S. Complaining Uat
Lii 'qunrnntino proclamation against
mango and itch In (.ittlti la working a
hardship to tlio llo stock indUBtry In
IMh state', Govorntif Sheldon wns vis
ttt'il by jitocKmoii or the range country
am! rojiii'dontntlvoB ol' tho Houtli Oma
Jul otock yards, who asked that
changes lio made In his proclamation.
Aeouipnnying the dologation was
Wl Veterinarian McKIm and Dr.
Melbourne ol tlio government liuroau
Mill Dm. Ci:irk nml HaniHey, Colorado
Inspectors. The complaint was that
H.o proclamation v(t too general, ami
pievontod shipments ftom localities
where no disease existed. It was hIho
tiFitttod' that lark of funds, both Hlnto
"mid government, prevented Inspection
if honhi, oven when tho ownars do
tiW'd II. One rungo Htock owner uald
he was willing to pay inspection
charges himself if lie could secure an
authorized inspector. Governor Shol
ihin told tho delegation to draft regu
lations, and if they did not violate the
.statutes and were reasonable ho would
cwusont to the changes.
LAMBERT MUST SERVE ONE YEAR
Supreme Court Afdrms Sentence Im
posed Upon Father s.clicil's Assailant.
Lincoln, .Ian. Uo. ligan l.aniboit, :i
loiiuor saloon keeper and alleged
"bootlegger" among the Indians on
tin reservation in Thurston county,
must acrvo a senteneo of one year in
the penitentiary for assault on Futhoi
.koph Schell, a Catholic priest. Tula
was tho decision of the supremo court.
Wither Schell was active in prevent
iug tho Illegal sale oi liquor to the
Indiana, and Incurred tho enmity of
some or the saloon men. In Apt 11,
J'JOG. at Dakota City, Father Schell,
while in tho town in attendance nt 'a
trial, was tissaultcd by Lambert,
knocked down, and hla jawbone
broken. Lambert was arrested, tried
and tho lower couit sentenced him to a
year In tho penitentiary. He appealed
on the ground that the sentence was
exootjulvt1, but the supremo court af
firmed tho sentence. Father Schell
gained prominence by his activity in
denouncing nllogod land lrauds prac
ticed against tho Indians.
FATAL AFFRAY AT GILCHRIST
Frank McNess Killed in a Fight With
Aurora, Nob., Jan. 28. Frank Ale
.Nosa is dead at Gilchrist, this county,
as tho result of a light with Delbert
Walcott ot tho same place. Both of
tho participants in tlio light are young
men aud unmarried. i
The two men had an altercation In
a pool hall and this led to blows. Tho
two men clinched and fell to tho floor,
with Walcott on top. Several more
blows wore exchanged and the by
standers then lutorferod. Walcott ,
urotio, but McNess was unable to re-'
gain his feet. Efforts wore made to
xovlvo him, but they wero unavailing,
ho dying in a few minutes, only speak-
ing a fow words.
So far as run hn nRinrtiiliioil. nn
weapons other than lists were used by
ttlthur of tho participants in tho af
fray, ami it Is thought death was
ejiusod by concussion of tlio brain.
Walcott is in jail here.
Grain Dealers Favor Federal Inspection
Lincoln, Jan. 2a. At a meeting of
tlio Nebraska Farmer Grain Dealers'
association a resolution was passed
declaring ior tho system of lederal su
pervision over gram grading nnd
weighing, particular reference being
mado to the piaetlco of boards ot
- trade of some central markets. B. It.
Ileal of Kansas City read a paper on
federal inspection of grain, in wliich
lio advocated such legislation as pro
posed in tlio hill of Senator McCum
ber of North Dakota, i
Rainbow Trout for Nebraska Streams.
Lincoln, Jan. 28. Superintendent
O'Brien of the stato fisheries is In Lin-
rohi, going home from Valentine,
Neb. Ho lias been there with 200,000
brook trout eggs to place in the sub
Uatchory at that place. In April ho
will tako a lot of rainbow trout eggs
thoro for hatching, to be scattered In
iho streams of northern Nebraska,
wherever conditions are favorable to
Nebraska Adopts Texas Rule,
Lincoln, Jan. 28. No more- railway
itallous can bo ostabllshed or closed
In Nebraska without Uio permission
of tho stato railway commission. At
si mooting of tho commission a rulo
iinrilar to tho orro in force In Texas1
was adoptod. The adoption of tho
rule does not glvo to or tako from tho
power of tho commission to rcgulato
such matters, but is moroly notice to
tho railroads. '
TJIAW TASK NE All END
ALIENIST a NOW SWEAR IT WAS
Attornoy for Prisoner Roads Hypo
theticnl Question bmboJying Evi
dence in . la t.aje p.o.,s-ut.on Be
gins Its L.icence In ttcuuital.
New ioi.m Jan. 8. Tho Thaw de
fense cloven Its tan witii 'manlo-do-picaMiu
iijsaiiiiy u t.i.. t,v,.i.inatlon
of tne (ICmIii oi Blun.oiii mlo at tlio
ItniiuH oi the younA mtnuurg million
nln. Tho proaouitiem lias ooguu its
evuieact In roOiitial aiin ttio case
Hl.omu go to tlie jury by Thursdiii
noon. List net Attorney Jerome will
apply lor the appointment of a torn
mibo.on to tako tho testimony ol
Abi'uiiaii) lliininiel, tho convicted law
yer wi.o is couilncd in tlio penitentiary
on UiurKwillu i.slanu, and wlio is
said to bo too ill to appear in court.
Mr. Littleton of tlio dcionso said ho
would oppose any such action', where
upon .luftiio Dollng announced that
If iilcossuij he would go to the island
htmscli tonight, in company with the
deluidiint and ills counsel, to preside
at the taking of Hummel s testimony.
Th: jtny, it was said, would not be
compelled tako the night tilp across
the liver Thaw not mud delighted at
tho prospect of tho outing--even to
tho grim shores of Now York clty'a
penal colony and smiled bioadly at
tho couit's suggestion.
Alienists on the Stand.
District Attornoy .Jerome disappoint
ed a ciowded court loom when bo re
Irained liom his tactics of last year
in baiting the expert witnesses lor,
the delense, thiee of whom Drs '
Wagner, Evans and .Ielllffe declined
that Thaw at the time lie killed Stan
ford White wns suffering from sueh n
defect of reason as not to know the
nature or quality of his act or that tlif
act was wiong. The prosecutor con
tented himself with drawing lrotn tho
allonisda tlio fact that last year they
swore it was during a "brain storm"
that Thaw committed tlio homicide.
Ho also read fiom tho affidavit made
by Dr Wagner before tho lunacy com
ast year giving conversations
Tliaw in couit wliich tended
to show that the defendant had a dls
tlnct recollection of occurrences on
tho roof gaideu immediately preceding
Dowling Secures Information.
It was left to Justice Dowling to
make a most important inquiry of tho
alienists Ho desired to know the ex
act nnture of "manic-depressive" in
sanity and if the attacks were likely
to recur. He also asked if a person
suffering from this form of insanity
. would bo likely to commit assaults.
I Ho learned that it wua a recurrent
f,)l'm ' niPntnl disorder, the attacks
cuimug auiiuuiuy umi wiuiuui wuniuiK.
a period of Insanity being followed
by a maniacal outburst, then by a pe
riod of complete depression and thou
by another lucid Interval. It jieemed
that tho prc&iding judge was securing
information upon which to predicate
Judicial actlou in the event of a ver
dict of not guilty on the ground of
insanity or of a straight acquittal
Even iu this latter event It was point
ed out that Justice Dowling would
have thu right to have Thaw commit
ted for examination.
English Physician's Diagnosis.
An English physician, one of tho
three men of medicine who testified,
,,rst vc tho IMUno r "manlc-doprcs
slvo" or "-ucute mania" to Thaw's
nieiuai couuiutm. ur, ayiuiuy uusoc-u
wc"s oi Lonuon maue mo uiagnosis
,lur,l,B an )ltbroak ' T,iaw l -
don In ISO'J, when with a normal tern
perature Thaw demanded that tho
walls of his rooms in a nursing home
lie torn down so t hat he might have
air and that twenty torrs of ice be
put in tlTo apartment to cool it.
Air. Littleton's question, wliich wns
answered by the throe experts, was a
coniploto re-sumo of the evidence, with
the exception, na District Attorney
Jerome pointed out, of tho testimony
ol James C. Smith, brolhor-in-law of
Stanford White, who talked with Thaw
for fit teen minutes just before the
shooting on the roof of Madison
Square Garden. Tho question con
tained some fifteen thousand words.
ARGENTINA GREETS FLOTILLA
Led by Home Boats, Americans Enter
Buenos Ayres Harbor. )
Buenos Ayres, Jan. 27. Attended
by a division of Argentina torpedc
boats, the American torpedo boat ilo
tilln, which .e-lt Hlo Janeiro, Jan. 21,'
entered the port of Buenos Ayres at
B:U0 a. in., the anlvnl being witnessed
by a great crowd, of spectators. A
tew minutes later Comma'nder Moreno
of the mini&tiy of marine went aboard
tho Whipple nnd welcomed tho Amer
ican olllcers iu behalf ot tho govern
ment of tho Argentine republic. Tho
ntiro extent of the public docks,1
where berths had been prepared for ,
tll visiting Heet, was lined by de-
tachmenta of marlnoa and prefecture
Kards. Almost up to tho moment or
entering port tho weather had been
extremely stormy. buL It gradually (
cleared' and brought increased num-r
bora of spectators down to tho harbor
to lv0 Bllcnt, M hearty, wolcomo tej ,
" Amorlcau sailors. .On entering tho
CT.hlu one- of u. tugs wnicn hau m
torpedo boats in tow was cast oil.
leaving tne tug Iinriquota to conduct
tho Whipple to her moorings. Lldi
tenant Lone, commander of the Ho
tllla, was greatly pa-asod wan tlu
hearty rerepUon. Tne Mineruuiis w .-
met by the Argentina flotilla i.n
Mores island The we.iominn' II- et
luted and steamed aiound tne Hot I.,
ami lor hall an hour tlieie wj., ,
warm exchange of greetings. Cum
rnander Cone subseriuenti., bont-ie
the Argentine ilagshlp and tlio trip to
this port wns continued.
Every boat In the American flotilla
is In excellent condition and inn .
the passage hero without a hitch Tne
boats-, will remain hero until Tnuihduy
morning, when they will steam for
bandy Point, in the Magellan strait
to join the battleship fleet.
A number of oiucrtuiiuncnjs have
been arranged in honor oi the vltltors,
which will Includo excursions to intei
estlng points, a banquet to be given
by the minister of marine and recep
tions by tho president of tho repub'lie
and the naval club Tlise will take
up today and tomorrow, and on Vtt
nisday there will bo a lception at
the American legation and a number
of private parties
It Is expected that tho Argentine
squadron, which has been ordeied to
meet the American battleships aud
escoit thorn down the coat. will ouio
Into communication with the 1'acilk
licet about 125 miles out from Cape
Corrlentoa today. The battleships
left ltlo Janeiro on Jan. 22.
PRESERVED FOODS KILL MANY
Dr. Wiley Shows C5reat Dangers in
Use of Adulterants.
"Washington, Jan. a."). Dr. II. V.
Wiiey, cnii I of tne bureau of chemis
try oi the department ot agriculture,
reported to tne house coiiniiittie on
agriculture the ict-alts ol experiments
conducted by tlio bureau to dettunnne
tho poisonous elfect on tlio human
tysteni of such drugs as borax, ben
zoic acid, benzoate of sode, sulphate
of copper, sulphur dioxide, tormaMe
hyde and salicylic acid when con
tained in foodbtiitts. Dr. Wiley said
that the expulsion of those and kin-
drml (lriurK ttom lh hndv lu nirlnrnni!
u,most enUrc,y by thu kjneyBi aild
UQt ,J0 ,g snt,aIlpil thu torni ()- Ainor.
lean life would bo leugtlionod if the
use of such dings in foods wero wholly
discontinued. He said he wns con
vinced that kidney disease, so preva
lent among Americans, is partly tho
result of constant introduction in the
system of biich preservative sub
stances ar. benzoate of soda carried In
Tho committee was Informed by Dr.
Wiley of plans to teach the larmors
of tho United States to make dena
tured alcohol. Next August he pro-
nnsp in nrri't n hMII nt (lio linromi nt
C10In8try nml oporato it himself for
,Wo . lhrpo monti1H nrnrliicdnir ilnnn.
tured alcohol daily from damaged fruit
and vegetablo sul;stancos. He has In
vited tho agricultural colloges of each
state to send representatives to Wash
ington to observe his still and master
the process or distillation. "Tho law
permitting the free distillation of de
natured alcohol," said Dr Wiloy. "has
not benefited tho farmers of the
country at all, for they do not know
how to build a still or run one. I pro
poso to teach thorn through the agrl
cultural colleges. If they want to learn.
Denatured alcohol Is an excellent fuel
and makes a fine light. As It can bo
manufactured' from farm waste, the
. , ( . ....
lho new lttW
ht to avail themsehes of
permitting it to bo mado
without imposition of a revenue tax."
Vessels Limp Into Port.
New York, Jarr. 27. Tales ef a ship
wreck at sea and possible loss of life
arc the echoes of tho recent severo
storm that wero brought to port by
belated and tomjiest-tossod steam
Fears that an unknown three-masted
schooner, with her crew, has been
ioat u ti,0 storm off the Delaware
capes are expressed by ofllcers of the
steamer Manna I lata, which limped
Into harbor from Baltimore. The
schooner was seen struggling iu the
trough of the sea off the Delaware
Mohlcr MaKeo i-uriner Hcduction.
Cheyenne, Wyo., Jan. 28. Supple
menting the ordor of Saturday, Issued
by Vico President Mohlcr, reducing
tho work in tlio Union Pacific shops
to five days per week, tho order was
posted bore reducing It still further,
to three days per week, apparently In
pursuance of tho policy ot retrench
ment which Mr. Mediler is quoted as
saying would be followed as long as
tho president's attacks on corporations
American Ship Founders at Sea.
Honolulu, Jan. 28. The Amerie;an
ship Eclipse, laden with a cargo of
coal, in command of Captain C B.
irsen, nnd bound from Nowcastlo,
Austrnlln, to San Francisco, foundered
in latitude :J0 north and longitude 1C5
west. All the members of tho crew
took to the boats. Three men llcd
from exhaustion beforo reaching land.'
Captain Uirsen, tho mate nnd cloven
mpn landed at liana. "
A model husband's the noblest worlt
f womau. lndiuuanolls Star.
Tho Kind You Havo Aftvnys Uought, ami whUh lrius been
iu nso fot over JJO years, lias lorno tlio fifjrnadtro f
J? ami lias lieciuiiartouiulor Ills pcr-
s SJ&ffl'?j? , soiial supervision since ll infancy.
tafy, -cucUy. Allow no 0110 to deceive ynit in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations ami "Just-ns-ood" aro but
Experiments thai, trille Willi and rmlaner iho heultli oi'
Infanrs and Clhildveu Kxpcrienuo tgaiust Experiment
hat Is CASTOR! A
Casforia. is a harmless substitute for Cuhtnr Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups, tt is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance Its ago is its guarantee. J t destroys "Worms
wad allays Peverisliness. Jt cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. II; relieves Teething Trouble's, curort Constipation
and Flatulency. !( assimilates tlio Pood, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA A1.WAYJ
LAj&F ,4p jp & Mfc)VL,
.8 KM You Have Always Bong
in Use For Over SO Years.
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NO. B, S TA NSER,
atfeiit tor the Farmoia Union Insur
ance Co., Lincoln, Neb., the best In
Burunco company inthe ste
URGE REVISION OF TARIFF
National Board of Trade Adopts Reso
lutions and Adjourns.
Washington, Jau. 2 J. The National
Uonrd ol Trade concluded its ?i- .Mon
here with lho adoption ol a number
of important resolutions, among tliem
being one urging an expeditious ro
vibion oi' tho tariff and indorsing the
proposition for tho creation of a per
manent tariff e:ommibKion. It was
unanimously agreed that tho president
and congress should be petitioned to
take Immediate hteps to bring about
reciprocity trado treaties between tho
United States and other countries.
Postmaster General Moyer's propo
sition for the establishment of a pos
tal saving bank was commanded.
The National Hoard of Trade wcrrt
on record In calling upon congress to
clearly define the status ot the tariff
with reference to our Insular posses
sions. Resolutions also wero adopted
commending the administration's pol
icy In tho preservation of the national
forests and the redemption of the arid
lands by Irrigation.
Tho lollowiug officers wore unani
mously elected to servo during tho en
suing year: President, Prank D. La
Laurie of Philadelphia; first vice presi
dent, P. M. ISstes of Nashville, Tonn.;
second vico president, Clinton Whlta
or Uoston; treasurer, 'William R.
Tucker of Philadelphia.
Pearl Banks of Ceylon.
In a report from Colombo the Dint
ed States consul says that of the
world's great fisheries none can com
pare cither in point of antiquity or in
the continuity of their prosecution
with the pearl fisheries of Ceylon,
which he thus describes: "The pearl i
banks of Ceylon elate back to the sixth
century before Christ. It Is recorded
that Vijaya, the first Singhalese king
of Ceylon. Irr the year rr0 H. C. pre- i
.seated his father-in-law. tho Pandynn
king of Madura, 'a gift of pearls.' thus
Indicating n settled fishery for pearls
on the coast of his dominion prior to
tho historic date."
Lack of Confidence.
A party' returning home In hired
brougham, the driver of which Is some
Paterfamilias (who at a hill climbs
on to the box at the request of mater
fnnrillas) Give me tho reins.
Coachman 'Ave you hover druv down
this 'ere '111 afore?
Pater (taking tlio reins) No, I have
Coachman Then I'll walk. (Doca
so.) London Punch.
"Yes, I am going to rnnrry Mr. Bul
lion." "Why, ho Is old enough to be youj
"I know he is, but unfortunately hd
doesn't seem to care for mother."-;
Ely's Cream Balm
Suro to Civo Satisfaction.
OIVE3 RELIEF AT ONCE.
It eihsaBN-V, soothes, limb? nnel protects tlio
divjiwed inurubrauo resulting from Catarrh
and drives nway a Cold iu tho Head quickly.
Itcstorev tho Soiihoh of Tils to and KmcD.
Kwy to lino. Contains no injurious drills
Appliel into tho nostrils nnd nbsorbed.
Iirge Size, f0 cents at Druggiabi or by
mail Liquid Crcjuik Bnlm for nso m
utoinizerH, 1? conf.
ELY BROTHERS, 5G Warron St.. Now York.
Roiidene'o: Firt, eloer south of
Red Cloud .si ill, 101 South Webster
Can bo found at homo ovory foro
noon. Terms niiMimMt.
When you tio hungry end
want somotliig nice In tho
merit lino, drop into ray
market. Wo havo the nicest
and meats, fish, and gntuo
in season. We think, and
almost know, that wo can
plcaso yon. Give us u
KOBINRON .t BURDEN.
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