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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1900)
Would Like to Kuow the Import of Eus-
aian-American Exchange of Notes ,
OUR ATTITUDE IS DISTURBING
Great Hrltaln Optioned to Evacuation of
1'ekln as Matters Stand Conditions
Are That Jdemnlty Matt He 1'uid and
III UK leu tiers "f Itcvolt I'unlBhed.
LONDON , Sept. 3. In the absence
of other news from China the papers
are again filled with discussions of
the Russo-Amerlcan proposals , which
BO far as may bo gathered from the
representatives of opinions in tne var
ious European capitals , are calculated
to subject the unity of the allies to
an exceedingly severe and dangerous
In Germany especially these pro
posals are so diametrically opposed to
Emperor William's policy that they
have produced something like con
sternation. As the Daily News edi
torially remarks , "Count von Walder-
see was assuredly not sent to assist
in restoring the empress dowager. "
It is recognized on all sides that
Germany's decision is the pivot of th/i
matter. Emperor William intended by
dispatching Count von Waldersee to
have the master hand in the Chinese
settlement. Russia has taken the wind
out of that officer's sails and is now
posing as the friend and protector of
The morning papers express the
greatest suspicion of the Intentions of
Russia. The Times' editorial fairly
represents the opinion of all , saying :
"The advantages of Russia's policy
are not manifest and it is very doubt
ful whether it will recommend itself
to powers like England and Germany
that have large commercial interests
in the establishment of a stable and
progressive government to replace the
reactionary clique which has impeded
all progress and development in China
in recent years.
"Negotiations with Li Hung Chang
would be a condonation of government
crimes and the throwing away of all
the advantages gained by the occu
pation of Pekin.
"Much mischief may have already
been done by the hesitation to enter
the forbidden city. To withdraw from
Jfekin would be interpreted as prov
ing not only that the allies are cow
ards , but that they are hopelessly di
vided. It may be that some of the
powers will withdraw , but that does
not imply that others are bound to
leave Pekin and to acquiesce in the
restoration of a government guilty oi
a gross international crime. "
The Standard says : "Diplomacy
sometimes makes strange bedfellows.
It is curious to find the mighty auto
crat of the old world and the great
republic of the new gently coaxing
the other powers along the paths of
peace. Nothing could be better than
the spirit of these documents , and it
is interesting to find two sucn pow
ers so anxious to determine the con
troversy in an unselfish spirit. "
The Daily Mail says : "Russia has
forced the hand of the United States
against the b'etter judgment of the
latter. At the same time the United
States government has adduced such
valid reasons why the Russian policy
is a bad one that it will hardly oe ex
pected that the other powers will con
The Daily News , which complains
bitterly that the British government
does not communicate a particle of
information respecting these import
ant negotiations , calls Mr. Adee's dis
patch "very able" and asks what the
British government is doing in the
HEAR f ROM AERONAUT ANDREE.
Buoy of tonc-MUslns Arctic Explorer
iv 1th Hopeful Message Found.
STOCKHOLM , Sept. 3. Captain
Grendahl telegraphs the following
message here from Skjervoe , Norway :
Andree's buoy , No. 4 , has been found
Lere-and contains the following :
"July 11 , 10 p. m. Greenwich. Our
voyage gone well so far ; are now at an
altitude of 200 meters. Original direc
tion , north 10 degrees each , compass
undeviation. Later norrth 45 degrees
cast , compuss undeviation. Four car
rier pigeons dispatched. They are
flying west. We are now over Ice ,
which is very rugged. Weather splen
did the whole time. In excellent
spirits. ANDREE ,
"STRUDEBERG ? ( STRINDBERG. )
"Above the clouds ; fine ; 7:45 Green-
vrich mean time. "
Prosperity Smiles on Cubs.
JUCARO , Cuba , Sept. 3. Governor
General Wood , after a careful can
vass of the island , will return to Ha
vana Sunday. The effect of his tour
has been excellent. Wherever he has
been he has found good order prevail
ing , and the jails for the greater part
are empty. The reconstruction of the
country is slow , but much is being
accomplished. Nowhere has he seen
evidence of suffering from hunger.
The health of the United States troops
at all points is good.
Ilrltlsh Marines nt Amor.
HONG KONG , Aug. 31. The British
cruiser Isis will land sixty marines at
the British concession at Amoy today.
The transport Formosa will proceed to
Takue , though General Gaselee , com
mander of the British forces at Pekin
vires that he does not reauire any
zaore troops except cavalry.
Plapne at Glaigow.
WASHINGTON , Sept. 3. The fol
lowing cablegram was recived by the
. marine hospital service :
"GLASGOW , Sept. 3. Local board
cf health declares Glasgow Infected
with plague. Eleven cases and one
EU&picious case in the hospital today
'Waldersce Readies Aden.
ADEN , Sept. 3. Field Marshal von
Waldersee , selected to comand the in
ternational forces in China , landed
here today and was received by a
guard of honor of British troops.
BANDITS TACKLE OVERLAND.
Five MuftUuti Men Hold Up Union I'acillc
Fir or In 'Wyoming.
CHEYENNE , Wyo. , Aug. 31. The
Union Pacific overland flyer was held
up , dynamited and robbed near Table
Rock , 200' miles west of Cheyenne , be
tween. 8 and I ) o'clock last night by
five masked bandits. The express car
was blown to pieces , as was the treas
urer's safe of the Pacific Express com
pany , and a large sum of money , the
exact amount of which is unknown ,
carried away by the robbers , who made
their escape on horses toward the no- ,
torlous Brown's park country in north
The holdup was well executed and
within twenty minutes after the train
was stopped the bandits were riding
away to the south. No one was in
jured , but the damage done to prop
erty is very heavy , as the express car
was totally wrecked and its contents
ruined. One end of a mail car was
blown In and some mall matter siignt-
Just after the train left Tipton , a
few miles east of Table Rock , a
masked man climbed over the tender
and covered the engineer with a gun.
Keeping him covered until a small
bonfire alongside the track was approached
preached the bandit ordered the train
stopped. Here the robber was joined
by four others. The express , baggage
and mail cars were run off and the
engineer ordered to run ahead. After
running about two miles the train was
stopped , the express messenger was
ordered out of the car and sticks of
dynamite were placed under the doors.
The messenger barely had time to es
cape when the car was wrecked. The
safe was then blown open and its con
tents hurriedly thrown into gunny
The robbers lost no time and hur
riedly mounted their horses , which
were tied to telegraph poles.
The wrecked cars were hauled to
Green River and the robbery reported.
A posse was at once organized at Rawlins -
lins by United States Marshal Hadsell
and left for the scene on a special
train , arriving there about four hours
after the departure of the bandits.
Another posse was started out from
Rock Springs in charge of Sheriff
The Union Pacific has offered a re
ward of $1,000 each for the robbers ,
dead or alive , and a number of de
tectives of the express and railroad
companies are being hurried to the
scene. Officials here will say very
little about the robbery or the amount
of money stolen. It is believed , how
ever , that the robbers secured a big
haul , as almost every train carries
large sums of money to the Pacific
coast points and enroute to Manila.
The holdup was undoubtedly commit
ted by Butch Cassiday's gang.
THE CORBETT-M'COY SET-TO.
The Latter I.aid Low by Big Jlin in tbe
NEW YORK , Aug. 31. The long-
promised and long looked for meet
ing between James J. Corbett and
Charles ( Kid ) McCoy under the aus
pices of the Twentieth Century club ,
at Madison Square Garden , is over ,
and in less than five rounds Corbett
proved himself to be the better man.
That Corbett and McCoy are the clev
erest exponents of the art of self-
defense among the present generation
of the heavy weights goes Avithout
saying , and keen judges of the game
who saw tonight's fight declare that
if was the cleverest exhibition ever
witnessed in the ring.
Up to the moment that the men
stepped into the squared circle opin
ions as to their respective ability
were widely divergent. Many claim
ed , and rightly too , that Corbett
would prove to be the stronger as
well as the cleverer , and it was
through his superb feinting -md heavy
slugging that he put McCoy down
GRAND ARMY'S NEW IEADER ,
Major Rassicnr Succeeds Shaw as Com-
CHICAGO , Aug. 31. The national
encampment , G. A. R. , chose the fol
lowing officers for the ensuing year :
Commander-in-Chief , Leo Rassieur ,
St. Louis ; senior vice commander , C.
E. Milliken , Portland , Me. ; junior vice
commander , Frank Seanion , Knoxville -
ville , Tenn. ; surgeon general , John A.
Wilkins , Delta , O. ; chaplain-in-chief ,
Rev. A. Drahms , San Quentin , Gal.
Storm Victims at Nome.
SEATTLE , Wash. , Aug. 31. The
steamship Senator arrived in port
from Nome today , bringing advices
up to August 21. It made the trip
direct to this city. There were 250
returning passengers. The Senator
brought about ? 320,000 in treasure ,
$300,000 of it consigned to various
companies and banks in this city.
The recent storms at Nome caused
large loss qf life.
A TFinlcr Campaign Expected.
LONDON , Aug. 30. The afternoon
papers doubt that the rumors of peace
negotiations are well founded and ap
plaud General Chaffee's prudence in
preparing for a winter campaign. They
regard tbe activity of the allies at
Pekin and the difficulty of discovering
a responsible Chinaman with whom to
treat , unless Li Hung Chang is able
to place himself in communcation
with the fugitive court and secure
Cars Are Piled Up.
CHEYENNE , Wyo. , Aug. 31. There
was a wreck on Sherman hill Tues
day night. A long train started to
back down the western slope of the
hill for wter when the brakes failed
to work and the train ran away.
Colorado Woman "Wins Oat.
CHICAGO , Aug. 31. The following
officers were elected oy the Woman's
Relief corps for the ensuing year :
National President Mrs. Mary L.
Carr , Longmont , Colo.
National oenior Vice President Mrs.
Belle M. Satterlee , St. Louis , Mo.
Little Liver Pills ,
Must Bear Signature of
See Fac-SImlle Wrapper Below.
Very saaU 4 aa caoy
' FOR HEADACHE.
CARTER'S FOR DIHIKESS ;
FOB TORPID LIVER.
FOR SALLOW SKIN.
FOR THE COMPLEXION
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
Cups and saucers are never used for
tea in Russia.
Use Magnetic Starch It nas no equal.
Evil communications corrupt good
is best preserved by tbo use of "Faultless
Starch. " All grocers lOc a package.
Dig Their J'otatoei Iteady BaUcd.
Near Binghampton , N. Y. , farmers
are digging baked potatoes from their
fields. And that is not a hot weather
yarn either. The farms in question
adjoin a peat bog and the peat rune
back under the land. Recently the
bog took fire from some source and
has been burning ever since. In places
the fire has worked back under the
potato patches and the potatoes have
been nicely roasted in the ground.
I am sure Piso's Cure for Consumption saved
my life three 5 ears ago. Mrs. Tuos. BOBBINS ,
Maple Street , Norwicli , N. Y. , Feb. 17,1900.
A God speaks softly in our breast ;
softly , yet distinctly , shows us what
to hold by and what to shun.
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No matter what ails you , headache
to a cancer , you will never get well
until your bowels are put right.
CASCARETS help nature , cure you
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natural movements , cost you just 10
cents to start getting your health back.
CASCARETS Candy Cathartic , the
genuine , put up in metal boxes , every
tablet has C. C. C. stamped on it Be
ware of imitations.-
Greater Sights at Homo.
Many Americans leave home to go
to Europe every year to see sights
which are discounted by those at
home. They express great wonder at
the cog railway up the Rigi Kulm ,
which runs a distance of four and a
half miles , while by going to Pike's
peak they may ride on one eight and
three-fourths miles long. The ascent
of the former is 4,072 feet , that of the
latter is 8,100 feet , an average of 84C
feet per mile , the maximum grade be
ing 1,320 feet.
Seven presidents of the United
States have been Masons.
There are 3,061 languages and dia
lects spoken in the world.
BOSTON IDEA OF HUMOR.
Mrs. Gray He isn't compelled to
visit such places.
Fuddy Blllington is always boast-
inn of the intelligence of his dog
Mrs. Greene Yes , young Stoughton
does frequent drinking saloons , but I
don't think he does it because he
Uncle George You seem to have no
trouble eating that bread and milk ,
Johnny , although you said this morn
ing you'd rather starve than eat it.
Duddy Doubtless the dog seems in
telligent in the Billteston household ,
but I should think Blllington would be
the last persea on earth to admit such
Little Johnny Uncle George , I am
surprised at you. You ought to know
that one's opinions change with a
change in the point of view. When I
said this morning that I wasn't hun
It is ever a cause for alarm lest the
infant in his predilection for putting
things in his mouth will put something
into it that will do him a serious in
jury. But just think of the things that
are likely to come out of that mouth
when baby gets to man's estate.
Mrs. Greene No , I suppose not , ex
cept in a conventional sort of a way.
But , as I said , I don't think he enjoys
entering saloons. I happened to see
him tbe other day as he went into
one and afterward when he came out.
When he went In he looked terribly
glum , showing that he was doing
what was not agreeable , but when he
came out he was as cheerful as you
please , showing of course , that he was
glad to make his escape from the
Another "Humane Ostrich" Dying.
John Fasel , "the human ostrich , " is
dying in a Brooklyn hospital. Last
January ho was operated on and 128
pins , twelve horseshoe nails , twelve
lath nails , five files , three keys , one
ring , three brass chains and -a thirteen
inch iron chain removed from his
stomach. He again took to eating nails
and will probably not live.
FITSrerminrntlyCored. Jontiortrrvonrnn after
fii > t day'H ui-e of I > r. KUne'-j Great Kervo Iteetorer.
B -ml for FKEK 82.OO tilal bottle iiij trwlfe.
2 > tu IL II. KLIXE , Ltd. , 9J1 Arch St. , I hllailelphia. I' * .
Did n Hornpipe nt 103.
Dancing is not an amusement mo
nopolized alone by the young and friv
olous. Mrs. Phoebe Crabb , of Norwalk -
walk , Conn. , is 103 years old , and she
is suffering from rheumatism brought
on by that amusement. Lncle Billy
Kipperly , of Fort Scott , Kas. , who is
93 , broke his leg recently while doing
Held Him n Bogus Workman.
A curious illustration of the sharp
ness of class lines in England came up
the other day"when a small florist go
ing to London for purchases , was ar
rested for traveling on a "working-
man's ticket. " He declared that he
was a workman , but the court held a
different view , and fined him.
We are the Nebraska selling agents
for the Union Carbide Co. , manufac
turers of Calcium Carbide for making
Acetylene Gas. Order your supplies
from us. Pacific Storage and Ware
house Co. , 912-014 Jones St. , Omaha ,
Lofs of hair , wblpb often mars the prettiest face ,
prevented l > y I'ABKEB'S HAIR HAI.SA.M.
HIMJEBCOHNS , tlic beet cure for corns. Kcta.
Missionary obligation rests not on a
ministry , but on manhood.
Carter's Ink Is Scientllically
compounded of the best materials. If your I
dealer dos not keep it he can get It for you.
We ought not to judge of men's mer
its by their qualifications , but by the
use they make of them.
Your clothes will not crack if you
use Magnetic Starch.
'Tis not what a man does which ex
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If you let conscience sleep now it
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For starching fine linen use Magnetic
The first Europeans entered China
in 1517 A. D.
HO ! FOR OKLAHOMA !
Congress has authorized the famous Klowa-Coman-
ehe reservation (3,000.000 acres ) opened , under theTJ.
E. Homestead , Totvnalte and Mining Laws. Morgan's
Manual , ( Standard Authority ) , (210 pages ) , describes
these lands , tells hot ? to Initiate and perfect claim to
valuable FAUMS , TOWN LOTS , and MIKEIIAL
LANDS. Price , with fine Sectional Map , I.OO. THE
K1OWA CHIEF ( devoted to news and Information
about these- lands ) asnt , one j ear , for tl.OO. Will con
tain Proclamation , fixing date of opening. Paper ( one
yr.Mamial , and Man all Tor $1.75. With the above
will be mailed FUEE , 100 page Illustrated book on
Oklahoma. ApcnlB wanted. Address , Dick T. Mor
gan , Land Attorney , Terry , Okla.
The total amount of money coined
by all of Queen Vctoria's predecessors
on the throne was $1,025,000.
A dyspeptic i& never on good terms with him
self. Something is always-wrong. Get It right
by chewing Beeman's Pepsin Gum.
The great wall of China , portions of
which are still in evidence , was com
pleted 211 B. C.
So His Sign Said.
George Hamel , of Jenkintown , pa. ,
is a justice of the peace , conveyancer
and notary public. A few clays ago he
was approached by a well dressed
woman , who said that she wanted
some baggage hauled to the station.
He told her he thought she must be
mistaken , that she probably wanted
So-and-So. "No , I don't , " she replied ,
and , pointing to his sign , she said :
"You are conveyancing. " Mr. Hamel
at first thought she was attempting to
dazzle him with a pun. but her con
fusion when he laughed and took her
remark in that light convinced him
she had been in earnest.
Loveliness needs not the aid of for
eign ornament , but is , when unadorn
ed , adorned the most.
At Los Angeles , Cal. , Rev. A. H.
Houghal , who , it is understood was a
brother-in-law of Jay Gould , is dead
at the age of 70 years , from paralysis.
He leaves a large estate. He was well
known as a philanthropist in the Meth
odist community in that ctiy.
OMAHA AND ST. LOUIS K. K. CO.
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 30th , Oct. 1st , 2nd ,
3rd , 4th and 5th.
KANSAS CITY , Sept. 2Qth , 30th , Oct.
1st , 2nd , 3rd , 4th , 5th and Cth. On
Aug. 21st , Sept. 4th and 18th HALFj
RATES ( PLUS $2.00) for round trip
to most all points South. Now is the ,
time to take your vacation. All infor-1
raation at Omaha & St. Louis R. R. I
Office , 1415 Farnam St. ( Paxton HO
TEL Block ) , or write Harry E.I
Mcores , C. P. & T. A. , Omaha , Neb.
That is not a good voyage which enriches - '
riches the cargo but wrecks the ship. ,
THE DEWEY HOMESTEAD.
The above picture .shows the house whore George Dewey was born Docmubor iifitu ,
1837. It was occupied by the Dewey family until after tbe death of the AdrairarK
father. It then came into the possession of Captain Edward Dewey , who sold it to
its present owner nncl occupant , T. H. Gordon , Esq. , in the summer of 188W. Mr. Gordon
moved it to its present site in the following February , 1800 , and has occupied it nntil
the present time. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon are unfailing in their courtesy to the thous
ands who visit this shrine , the birthplace of Admiral Dewey.
A recent letter from T. R. Gordon to the Peruna Drug M'f'g Co. , Columbus , Ohio ,
rends as follows :
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write you in this emphatic manner of the good your Poruna has done my wife.
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and seenetmore than sfte could bear. The dropping in her throat at night prevented -
vented refreshing sloop ; in fact , we had como to look upou it as incurable , and from
the many remedies used in vain wo hail reason to.
"We are thankful and happy to say that your Peruna' Aas been of great
benefit to her , and I confidently look for a complete and entire cure. High
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LOW RATE EXCURSIONS.
Via MisMourl I'acillc Ity. , and Iron Moun
tain Route ,
To points in the West , Southwest , and
Southeast at half-rates ( plus $2) for
the round trip. Tickets on sale Tues
days , September 4 and 18 , October 2
and 16 , November G and 20 , and De
cember 4 and 18 , 1900. For full information
mation , land folders , etc. , address any
agent of the above lines , or H. C.
Townsend , G. P. & f. Agent , St. Ixjuis ,
Patience is the perfume pressed from
the crushed blossoms of joy.
It's a wise man tnat has an off-hand
acquaintance with a buzz saw.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES are
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Lawyers and doctors are about the
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Though a man declares himself an
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To speak out and to offend , with
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Tuesday , Sept. lltti. 19OO.
from PEOR1A , ILL. . , to
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DAYTON and return $7.00
SPRINGFIELD and return $7.00
SANDUSKYand return $7,50
COLUM3US and return $7.50
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RETURN LIMIT 30 D4YS.
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Heirs of Union Soldiers * ho made homci-teadu < > r
less than ICO acres before June 22,1874 ( no matter
if abandoned ) . If the additional bnmmrsil right
was not sold or need , should addrctn , with tall
particulars. HENRV N. COPP. Mutlczio. , D. C.
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FALL. TERM : This will open Monday morning , Sept. 'Jrd. This ib the best time of the jvar to begin , because new
courses will be organized in all departments.
GREGG SHORTHAND : This is a new system introduced into the Omaha Commercial College , January 1st. J& J. It lies
but one position , one slant , no shades , Jess than two hundred word signs , is oxtrtmely legible and is now the fastest & > ateiu
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COURSES OF STUDY : Regular Business , Shorthand , TypewritingTelegraphy. . Penmanship and Pen Art.
GENERAL INFORMATION : Over 1,200 students last y ar ; more than W were placed in positions , board may be bail
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dents. "We now have sixty typewriters. Our rooms have been remodeled , repapered , repainted and ar < - th * most conven
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