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State Department Losing Paith in Information
mation Furnished by V7u ,
CIPHER DISPATCHNOW DOUBTED
( Irltlsh Government Cull * Attention to
Several Suspicion * Clrcuinnliincci U ,
8. Ilofusfg to Mnko CaiiRcr'w Sufo lle-
turti Mutter for Diplomatic Itnrtcr.
WASHINGTON , July 28. Unless
Borne authentic assurance as to the
condition of the Americans In Pekln
reaches the state department within a
day or two the administration is like
ly to abandon whatever faith it has
manifested thus far in the truthfulness
of Chinese information. Ine ChinemS'
minister is confident that within that
time there will be news from Pckln of
a character to satisfy the most skep
tical as to its accuracy , and he is also
confident that this will be good news
from the American point of view.
The state department is still recep
tive , though looking with growing
coldness on the numerous edicts and
telegrams which arc coming from
China , all without bringing any news.
The contributions of the day were from
Consul General Goodnow at Shanghai
and Consul Fowler at Che Foo. So
much of their messages as was given
out for publication related to the wel
fare of certain missionaries who have
been made the subject of Inquiry by
relatives in this country. The cables
mangled these messages and there jis
reason to doubt the value of the Information
mation attempted to he conveyed
Mr. Goodnow also had somcihing to
eay about the political situation and
It is believed that that part of his mes
sage was not of an encouraging char
acter. At any rate , it was withheld
from the press , probably because the
government did not deem it prudent
to give it the stamp of apparent ap
Ever since the receipt at Tien Tsln
of the autograph message from Minis
ter Conger , dated Pekin , July 4 , state
department officials have had grave
doubts as to the authenticity of the
cipher message attributed tf him ,
dated Pekln , July 18. There have been
many little side lights on this message
that afford ground for suspicion , nnd
now the British nuthoritles have added
their quota to the growing distrust
of things Chinese. It seems that Mr.
Warren , at present acting as British
consul at Shanghai , has been told by
Sheng , the famous Chinese director of
posts and telegraphs , that Yuan , the
governor of Shan Tung , told him
( Sheng ) that a message had passed
through to the United States from Mr.
Conger on the 18th of July telling of
the condition at the British legation.
This cipher dispatch was "faked" by
It is pointed out at the state de
partment , however , that there are
plausable explanations of this curious
fact which tend to show the authentici
ty of the cipher dispatch. Secretary
Hay cabled to Mr. Conger that he
might have implicit faith in the person
who brought the dispatch to him. Mr.
Conger , therefore , had a right to trust
the man , and possibly he told him in
a general way the contents of the dis
patch in case the messenger should
be obliged to detroy it to Insure his
own safety. However that may be , the
British government has thought Mr.
Warren's report -worth the attention
of our government.
The state department officials do netlike
like the European criticism more or
less attributing to our government a
lack of whole-heartedness in the effort
to get to Pekln. They point to what
the American troops and marines have
already done , to the loss of life and
limbs suffered by them and to the re
peated urglngs of the American offi
cials at every point looking to a for
ward movement at Pekin.
UNABLE TO GET A REPLY.
Acknowledges Inability to Communicate
With Italian minister.
HONG KONG , July 28. In order to
test the Chinese assurances regarding
the safety of the legations , the Italian
consul here yesterday requested the
acting viceroy of Canton to commu
nicate with the Italian minister , Mar
quis Calvago Raggi , and to obtain a
reply from him concerning a matter
known only to the minister and the
Today the acting viceroy reported
that It was Impossible for him to ac
cede to the request.
Mlns Anthony to Negroes.
MONTGOMERY , Ala. , July 28. At
the negro race conference today a pa
per from Susan B. Anthony was read
by the secretary. She appealed to the
conference to petition congress for a
sixteenth amendment which shall pro
hibit the disfranchisement of citizens
on account of BOX and declares the
condition of negro women was not
improved hy emancipation. The negro
women will organize a national society
to send out literature instructing ne
gro women how to improve homes.
IlolielH Defeat I'rlnou ChliiR.
BERLIN , July 28. A dispatch re
ceived here today , dated Tien Tsln ,
Tuesday , July 24 , says :
"A messenger who left Pekln Sun
day , July 15 , brought today to the cus
toms offlco here news that Prince
Chlng's soldiers had been flghtlnsr
Prince Tung's troops and had been de
feated. The foreigners were defending
themselves In the northern cathedral
near the Forbidden City. "
Nlco I'olnt llrouglil ITp
WASHINGTON , July 28. The state
department has another novel extra
dition case on hand growing out of the
peculiar international status of Cuba.
Louis Darell committed a murder In
Cuba and made his escape from the
Island. Ho was traced to Portuguese
East Africa , and the state department
today was notified that the Portuguese
nuthoritles had him under arrest and
detention at the town of Beira , await
ing the arrival of officers from Cuba
to take him into custody. Portugal
has no extradition treaty with the
RURAL FREE DELIVERY.
Borne Hulct ( Adopted thnt Arc Likely to
Ininroxo the Service.
WASHINGTON , July 27. Postmas
ter General Emory Smith has Issued
an order carrying Into effect recom
mendations made by the rural free
delivery superintendents , who have
been in session here several days.
The order , which applies to all rural
free delivery service In the country ,
First It Is ordered that , beginning
August 1 , the drop letter , or 1-cent
rate of postage , will not apply within
rural free delivery limits. The 2-cent
per ounce rate will be exacted within
Mich delivery on all first-class matter
except postal cards.
Second That the introduction of
rural free delivery will not increase
or otherwise modify the present rate
of postage on second-class matter.
Third That the rural free delivery
carriers will not bring to the post-
oince mall matter collected by them ,
which may be delivered on tholr
routes before completing their trips.
Fourth That stamps on mall mat
ter collected by rural free delivery
carriers , Including those on matter
delivered en route as named in sec
tion 3 , will be cancelled by them ami
reported to the postmaster , who will
derive the benefit of the cancellation
if the office is fourth-class.
Fifth That until suitable rubber
cancelling stamps can be supplied by
the department , free delivery carriers
will cancel the stamps with the Indel
ible pencils furnished them for use in
STILL MATTER Of SURMISE.
AB to Ditto of 1'robubio Aduinco of Allies
WASHINGTON , July 27. It is said
tonight that the cablegram received by
the navy department today from Ad
miral Remey contained no statement
as to when the forward movement of
the allied armies on Pckln was to be
made. In a measure this was a dis
appointment to the ofllcials , who dread
delay in a united advance for the relief
of the legationers. Admiral Remey
has just been on a visit to Tien Tsln ,
where he went to make an examina
tion into the conditions existing there
and , presumably , to gather what information
mation he could as to the future inten
tions of the allies. For this reason it
was expected that he would be able to
give some indication of the probable
time the forward movement on Pekin
According to the naval authorities ,
Admiral Remey's dispatch gave no In
formation of the present strength of
the foreign troops now ready to begin
the campaign , although it is nofr
thought here that they are numerous
enough to force their way to the Chi
nese capital and successfully encounter
the opposition which It is feared will
be met on the way there.
Itnco Troubles In Ne\r Orleans.
NEW ORLEANS , July 27. In the
rioting last night one negro was
beaten to death , six were so badly
wounded that their llvet are despaired
of and about a score of people , white
and black , male and female , have been
more or less seriously wounded. Pis-
orderly acts following the disturbances
at night were committed throughout
the next day and resulted in the swear
ing in by the mayor of'500 special po
licemen and the ordering out of 1,500
of the 'state militia upon orders of
Governor Herd , who responded
promptly to the appeal of Mayor Cap-
Fcnr for Their Children.
DES MOINES , July 27. W. H.
Bron of Rosehlll , la. , and his family
have given up the safety of their son-
in-law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Garrett , who are missionaries
for the Christian church in China.
Both of the young people graduated
from Drake university , DCS Molncs ,
a year ago. A letter1 from them ,
dated June 18 , is the last word receiv
ed. At that time they were starting
from Kullng to Shanghai. The Box
ers were inciting the people to kill
all foreigners , and the missionaries ,
numbering about sixty Americans ,
were badly frightened.
Agent Fulls to Return.
SYRACUSE , Neb. , July 26. Dr. Turo
Hill put an agent on the road for the
scale of his scalp invigorator. , The
agent hired a team from McFarland'fl
livery stable , left it in Johnson county ,
appropriated all the sales , forgot to
pay his bills , and Turo says if he ge .a
hold of him he will need several bottles
tles of his invigorator for his own us .
McFarland got back from Johnson
county with his team.
1'ope ICecelvcs American 1'llgrlmH.
ROME , July 27. The American pil
grims under the direction of Father E.
H. Porcil of Brooklyn were received
by Pope Leo today. The bishops of
Brooklyn and Burlington and students
of the North American college were
present. The pope appeared. , to be In
Valdrinur Ilrotlierg to Ilnng
PHOENIX , A. T. , July 27. This af
ternoon Acting Governor Akers issued
an answer to the request of the Texas
officials for clemency in the case of
Valdemar brothers , refusing to grant
a commutation of sentence to hang
August 10 , at Tombstone.
Importation of Arms 1'rolilblteil.
PARIS. July 27. The Journal Offl-
clel publishes this morning a decrco
prohibiting the exportation of arms
and ammunition from France and the
colonies of France to China and adja
Commissioner Itockhlll'R Departure ,
PHILADELPHIA , July 27. Special
Commissioner Rockhill will leave
Washington Saturday with Mrs , Rock-
hill for San Francisco , stopping a day
or two at Chicago en route. This will
enable him to reach San Francisco In
time to take the Japanese liner Amer
ica Marn , which sails for Yokohama
and Nagasaki on August 2. If Secro-
tayr Hay returns to Washington to
day , as is expected , Mr. Rockhill will
have a final conference with him be
fore leaving for China. He has re
ceived the fullest Instructions from
the president already.
ES TOG LIE TO CHINA
Admiral Hornby Declares Throne Waa in
Sympathy With Borers ,
ARE TOO STRONG FOR CONTROl
UcprcRontntlon of Ainerlcnn Officer Ac
cepted by Administration United
States May Change Front Owing to
Growing Uildonco of Duplicity.
WASHINGTON , July 27. There
were no developments today to war
rant the assumption that there will bo
the slightest improvement in the Chinese
nesesituation. . Indeed , the general
tenor of the news as brought to light
was to add to the steadily growing
doubt as to the good faith of the Chl-
iieso government as manifested In its
nets. Admiral Kempft's letter , given
publicly by the navy department to
day , made the direct statement that
the Imperial authorities were In sym
pathy with the Boxers , though he
added that the government was after
ward paralyzed and incapable of con
trolling the situation. This was the
nrat official declaration to reach our
government contradictory of the Chi
nese representations that the imperial
government had steadfastly nnd from
the first opposed the Boxer movement ,
nnd our government is bound to nccopt
the word of its own officer until that
Is overcome by Irrefutable evidence.
Then the exchanges that are In con
stant progress between the powers are
tending more nnd more to cast suspi
cion upon the genuineness of the many
communications that have como from
Pekln through Chinese governmental
sources. If it should be finally frnud
upon the world , the fact may call for
a change of attitude on the pnrt of the
United States government toward
Chlna This would not nffect the mili
tary policy under way. but merely the
technical relations between the two
governments , which vyould probably
closely approximate n step of formal
war.The navy department today contrib
uted a brief news item In the shape
of a vindication by Admiral Remey ot
the United States marines from the
general charge of looting at Tion Tsln.
The admiral had a great deal more
than this to report to the navy depart
ment , but the officials did not regard
'the ' rest of his report as proper for
publication just now.
General Miles and General Buffing-
ton were tigaln in consultation , though
separately , with Secretary Root today
nnvl the supposition is that the Chinese
campaign was under consideration.
AVENGE DEATH Of COMRADE.
Detachment of Fortieth Infantry Kills
MANILA , July 27. At Oroquietn ,
In northern Mindanao , two soldiers
entered a native store for the purpose
of buying food. One of them was
killed by a bolo nnd his hend severed
from his body. The other escaped
and gave the alarm. A company of
the Fortieth infantry , stationed at
Cagayan , repaired to Oroquieta and
killed eighty-nine natives , thirty of
them being in a single house.
Subsequently the gunboat Callao ,
commanded by Lieutenant George B.
Bradshaw , shelled Oroquieta , burning
the warehouses. One of the crow was
killed. A force of the enemy , esti
mated to number GOO , under the lead
ership of Alvarez , formerly the insur
gent president of Ynr.branga , Is now
persistently troubling northern Min
A marine at the outpost of Isabella
de Balsln was boloed by natives and
so badly wounded that he died. Isa
bella is tranquil.
GETS BACK AT BRISTOW.
Prrsldout GJWUII Angry ut Statements of
MUNCIB , Ind. , July 27. Ro'ss H.
Cowan , president of the Neely PriuT-
ing company , tonight Issued a card
denouncing the statement of Assistant
Postmaster General Bristow and stat
ing that the records show that there
was a legitimate sale of the printing
office from Neely to him , and further
more that printing bills for the Cuban
government ordered through Neely
were not paid twice. Owing to cleri
cal error Rathbone paid one bill of
$103 , but this was rectified.
Tried to Klilnnp Ilowlnn ,
PENDLBTON , Ore. , July 27. Par
ties broke Into the house of J. D. Bow-
lin of Wcston , Ore. , last night and
tried to kidnap him and his wife.
Bowlin is the man over whoso extra
dition on Governor Beckham's requi
sition there were answers of Bowlin
and two habeas corpus cases here.
Dozers Not In Koren.
WASHINGTON , July 27. Mr. Ye
the Korean charge here , took to the
state dcpartment'a dispatch from his
government denying positively the
published stories that the Boxer move
ment had extended 'to ' Korea , or that
any Chinese' Boxers had crossed the
A Chaiiro for Vonnff Doctorn ,
WASHINGTON , July 27. Genera
Sternherg says 100 additional medi
cal officers are wanted by the sur
gcon general for duty In the Philip
pines and China. ' He says that only
graduates of reputable medical col
leges , with some experience and un
dcr 40 years of age , will bo accepted
I.I HUIIK Chung's Lutcsr.
LONDON , 'July 27. ( New York
World Cablegram. ) The Express1
Shanghai correspondent cables : "LI
Hung. Chang told the consuls last
night they might expect some of the
legation people to arrive at Tien Tsln
almost Immediately , as they are al
ready on 'their way thither. Ho had
received explicit and positive Informa
tion that with one exception all the
ministers arc unharmed. The impres-
Blon gains ground hero that the min
isters may still survive , but all others
of the foreigners have been murdered.
THE.LIVE STOCK MARKET.
.nte t Unolntlotm From Houth Omnhn
nml Kntmnii Clly.
I'nlon Stock Ytmls Cattle There wns
n very light run of cattle lit the yards ,
but tlio bulk of the receipts were com-
> osed of eornfed stccrn. 1 he tleiniiwl on
ho tmrt of packers scorned to be pntln-
factory , but there wns hardly cnoUKh on
Halo to Interest them. Cholco cattle ,
lowcver , brought Rood steady iirlce n
eonijwrcd with the pluvious day , nnd In
n few canon whrro they Just happened
to milt thu IIUMTH n little slroliKer prices
nay have been pnld. Common cattle ,
lowuver. were no more than xtendy , and
thu tendency wtm to neglect that class
of stock. The cattle began moving to
ward the Kcalca early In the morning nna
irnctlcully everything \vitn weighed up
it nn early hour. There were only about
.wo cars of cows nna heifers on snle ,
) cslilcB u few odd * and ends. The mar-
tot wns active nnd fully stcc.dy on nny-
liltit , ' Kood. nnd the comtnon and cnnncr
; rade sold about In yesterday's notches ,
JfferltTRH of stock cuttle were also very
light today and the market was without
Hogs The supply of hogB was very
light. Eastern points reported strong
markets , nnd as a result prices hero ad
vanced ZHiiGc , or , In other words , the
market went back to nbout where It wan
on Wednesday. The bulk of the hogs
brought K'.05iTifi.07H , with n top of J5.15.
which was pUld for a loud of fancy hogs.
The demand Wns good and the nmvkct
closed without material change , every
thing being weighed up early In the
morning. Today's advance takes the
market back to nbout Wednesday's fig
ures , or 7c better than a week ago , but
Sc lower thnn two weeks ngo.
. Sheep The demand wns good at the
following quotations : Cholco western
grnssvethcrs , I-I-COST-US : fulr to good
grass wethers , J3.GTii3.90 ( | ; choice grass
yearlings , J4.ir.04.33 ; choice ewes , J1.25JJ )
3.50 ; fair to good owes , J3.005l32.-i ; fair to
good yearlings , J3.7riW4.00 ; good to choice
clipped lambs , $4.2.r > JN.CO ; fair to good
clipped lambs , J4.OOdM.25 ; choice spring
lambs , Wi.40fifi.C5 ; fair to good spring
Inmbs , J5.005TG.iB : feeder wethers , J3.255 ? )
3.40 ; feeder yenrllngs , J3.401i3.C5 , nnd feed
er ' -unbs , J3.7504.W.
Cattle Kccelpts , 1,500 ; market steady ;
native steers , J4.25JfD.4D ( : Texas steers ,
J2.S5 < fH.t ! : > : Texas cows , J2.60ii3.40 ; natlvo
cows and heifers. J1.7r > ( fI6.1B ; stockers and
feeders , J3.25W4.75 ; bulls , J2.33lfii4.Ti.
Hogs Hecelpts , 7,000 ; market steady to
fie higher ; bulk of sales , J5.OOSi5.16 ; heavy ,
t5.07U < ri.r..17H ; packers. J5.00&5.1G ; mixed.
JI.93Ji5.15 ; light , J4.80lC.ir > ; yorkers , $5.10 ®
G.1G ; pigs , J4.CO5.03. (
Sheep Hecelpts , 1,000 ; market strong ;
lambs , J4.OOJiG.00 ; muttons. Jf3.00ff4,25.
KILLED IN HIS LAIR.
VC.TO ricnd Shot After KlllliiK Five
1'crgons ut Now Urloaim ,
NEW ORLEANS , July 28. Twelve
persons killed , including one woman
nnd twenty-eight wounded , Including
a woman nnd a. girl , some so seriously
thnt death Is probable , Is the cnsualty
list of the trouble In New Orleans ,
which began with the nttcmpt by Po
licemen Day nnd Lamb to arrest the
negroes Charles nnd Pierce. The des
perate negro , Robert Chnrles , whose
crimes have caused the terrible events
of the last two days , wns located In n
negro's dwelling on Sarntoga street
this afternoon nnd In effecting his capture -
ture the lives of four more white men
two police officers nnd two citizens
were sacrificed. Chnrles' rcslstnnco
cost him his life nnd with him wns
killed n negro companion , who had
nlded him In his defiance of the au
With the orgnnizntlon of n citizens'
police force last night the turbulent
element yielded and peace nnd order
were restored. This morning the bet
ter class of negroes resumed their vo
cations , free from molestation , and the
restoration of order promised to bo
permanent. The early hours of the
.afternoon , however , wroilght n start
ling change in the sltuntion. The
fresh violence of today has revived
the turbulence of the unruly element
and adds strength to their forces. The
citizens' police force has been increased
by more than 1,000 men. All compa
nies of the militia are under arms nnd
nro guarding the prison and other Im
portant points. The general belief Is
that the force In hand will be nmplo
to suppress the lawless element.
ENLIST MEN FOR PACK TRAINS.
Ordered to Secure as AInny ai 1'osaible
for Service In China.
CHEYENNE , July 28 Lieutenant
Smithcrs , commanoing the detachment
now garrisoning Fort Russell , has re
ceived an order from the quartermas
ter at Washington to enlist here as
many men as possible for pack train
service in China. It is the Intention
of the government to form seventy
five pack trains for the Chinese cam
paign , a number never before calle'l
Into service by this government. A
large number of these will be enlisted
at the western forts.
Ilody round Hanging to a Tree.
CEDAR RAPIDS , la. , July 27. A
man who had evidently been dead for
a number of days was found hanging
from the limb of a tree by a wire rope
in the timber a short distance from
Central City. No ono knows the man
and there was nothing to indicate his
Inclined the Ulilncgu Offer.
WASHINGTON , July 28. The Uni
ted States government has absolutely
refused the Chinese proposition to sus
pend mllltnry operations against Pc
kln In return for the delivery at Tien
Tsin of the foreign ministers.
Condition of the Treasury.
WASHINGTON , July 28. Today's
statement of the treasury balances In
the general fund , exclusive of the
$150,000,000 gold reserve In the division
of redemption , shows : Available cash
balance , $161,280,749 ; gold , ? 72,40G,091.
I'rntost Agiilnttt ItiiBglun Hcflisten.
YOKOHOMA , July 27. According to
Seoul reports , the Corea government
has protested against the presence of
Russian refugees at Wiju , and the Rus
sian representatives will remove them
to Port Arthur without delay.
I'rlnre Tumi Bald to He Icid. :
J LONDON , July 28 The Shanghai
correspondent of the Dally Express ,
wiring yesterday , saysr
It Is reported that a largo section
of the Boxers have revolted against
Prince Tuan , alleging that he Is mak
ing tools of them for his own ends.
A desperate conflict took place outside
of Pekln on Sunday. Prince Tuan per
sonally led his followers , two of hh
generals having deserted him.
The battle lasted several hours and
Prince Tuan was defeated and kllleJ.
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nhiuor Mcclmiilcnl , Klrclrlcdl , Jlyilialllc 4(1
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A striped waistcoat worn by Robert
Burns was sold In London the other
day for 3 BH.
Each package of PUTNAM FADE
LESS DYES colors either Silk , Wool
or Cotton perfectly.
j i , , i . . . .
Bo loving and you will never want
Wo , are the Nebraska selling agents
for the Union Carbide Co. , manufac
turers 'of Calcium Carbide for making
Acetylene Qas , Order your , supplies
from ttfl. Pacific Storage and Ware
house Co. , 9I12-914 Jones St. , Omaha ,
A Chicago grain speculator bns spent
$100,000 on a mining outfit for Cape
Knowing the merits of the preparations
of the J. & C. MuRtilrc Medicine Com-
nnny of St. Louis , Mo. , we talto pleasure
in stating to the public that they have
succeeded In furnishing the Army nnr
Navy. Established In 1811 they hnvp Htond-
lly Brownfin .favor with the public , not
having ono failure to report In flfty-nlno
years. Their Uenne I'htnt , CnmlurnnKO
etc. , have become household words
They nra now Fold by all dtUKglslH. Ask
for tooklet free , and If you ever get the
Diarrhea , Dysentery , or Choleru-Mor-
buH , Klvo Hetino I'lant 11 trial , and you
will be convinced. Kvcry article made
by the Mngulre Medicine Company la
guaranteed to do what Is claimed for It.
Why should a clock be arrested for
striking the hour ?
Important to mothers.
F.Tlinlno carefully every tottlo of CA8TOIUA
n cafe and ture remedy for Infants and ; children
anil tec that It
Hear } the
In Use For Over HO Years.
The Kind You Have Always lioucut
Better remain poor tlmn acquire
wealth at the expense of your goot
Magnetic Starch Is the very bes
laundry starch in the world.
are overcome hy Lydla E.
Fifty thousand happy
women testify to this In
grateful letters to Mrs *
Menstruation is a
severe strain on a wo
man's vitality. If ft Is
painful something is
I Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound I
will promptly set right ? if
cxcosslvo or irregular
write to Mrs. Plnkhamf
Lynn , Mass.f for advice.
Evldenoo abounds that
Mrs. Plnkham's advlco
and medicine have for
many years boon helping -
women to bo strong. No
other advlco Is so un
varyingly accurate no
other medicine has such
a record of cure.
THf UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME ,
NOTRB OAA1I3 , INDIANA ,
Classics , Letter * , Economic * and History ,
lournnllint , Art , Science , Pharmacy , Low.
Civil , rteclianlcnl nnd Electrical Engineering ; ,
Thorough Preparatory and Commercial
Courncs. EcclctdiiHtlciil studoiitH at special rules.
Room * Free. Junior or Senior Year , Collritlnto
bourses. Rooms to Rent , motlornto charges.
St. Edward' * Hall , for Dov's mirier 13.
The 57th Year will open September -4111,1900
Cntnloiri'c.i Free. Add re * *
REV. A. MORRISSEY , C. S C. . President.
ST. MARY'S ACADEMY
NOTRE DAME , INDIANA ,
Coiuluctoil liy tbo Slalom of the Holy
Crow. Chartered 1855. Thorough Eng
lish nnd Classical education. Regular
In Preparatory Department students
carefully prepared for Collegiate coumo.
Physical and Chemical Laboratories well
equipped. Conservatory of Music nnd
Bcliool of Art. Gvinnniiluni under direc
tion of graduate or Boston Normal School
of Gymnastics. Catalogue free. The 40th
year opens Sept. 4 , 10CO. Address ,
DIRECTRESS OF THE ACADEMY ,
St. Mary's Academy , - Notre Dame , Indiana
wa tiincton , u.
I I.ntu I'llnqfpRlKxAmlnnr U Q.Tension flureau.
13 vr In civil wnr. 1ft mLlnclkntlnu claim * , ally duco.
Get Your Pension
Write CAPT. O'PARKELL' Pension Agent ,
1415 New York Avenue , WASHINGTON , D. C.
Students Enter Any Time.
BEE BUILDING. OMA A , NEB.
Complete Business Course ;
Complete Shorthand and
Students who doslro it nro furnished
positions to earn their board while in at
tendance. Fall term September 3. Cata
logue on application.
No Dolling No Cooking
It Stiffens the Goods
It Whitens the Goods
It Polishes the Goods
It makes all Barments fresh and crisp
aa when llrst bought new.
Try n Sample PncUoso.
You'll like It If you try it.
You'll buy it if you try it. ' '
You'll use it if you try it.
Try it ,
Sold by all Grocers.
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