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TEL Block ) , or write Harry E.
Moores , C. P. & T. A. , Omaha , Neb.
Your clothes will not crack If you
use Magnetic Starch.
There is great ability in knowing
how to conceal one's ability. La
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in addressing Mrs *
v Pinkham you are com
A woman whoso expe
rience fn treating female
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or female *
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u as WQ are constantly fstxfy-
fishing sltowing that Lydia
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lieving hundreds of suf
fering women *
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City Passenger and Ticket Agent ,
Omaha , Neb.
Home Visits ,
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Offers all Nebraskans nn opportunity to
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Limit Oct. 31. 1900. Rate One
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payment of 25 cents fee , but those to
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lar railroad agent without additional
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Take this opportunity to visit the East
and tell your friends of the good things
has to offer to the farmer , the merchant
and the laborer. They will then become
your neighbors and thus you will help
build up our grand state.
AITWAYS TRAVEL , VIA THE
NORTHWESTERN LINE ,
J. R. Buchanan ,
Gen. Passenger Agr't F.t E. & 1L V. R , R.
OXTAHA , NEB.
Chinese Minister Hastens from His Oapo
May Outing to Washington ,
HE SEES ACTING SECRETARY HILL
Belief That Government Will Soon Make
Important Pronouncement Who May
Negotiate for Peace Kx-Secretarjr
Hot Likely to Servo.
WASHINGTON , Sept. 8. Minister
Wu arrived in Washington from Cape
May this afternoon , and although it
was near the close of the official day ,
he proceeded directly to the State de
partment. It IB understood that he-
had received an intimation that the
department officials -were desirous ol
conferring with him , hence his return
to Washington. For nearly an hour
the minister was closeted with ActIng -
Ing Secretary Hill and Assistant Sec
retary Adee , the door being locked
meantime and not oven the messen
gers allowed entrance. None of the
parties to the conference were com
municative as to the subject of dis
cussion , but at its conclusion Dr. Hiil
repaired to the White House with a
portfolio well filled 'with papers.
For several hours preceding the
minister's visit Acting Secretary Hill
and Assistant Secretary Adee had
been engaged in short conferences and
It was gathered that the negotiations
relative to China were approaching
another phase and that another pro
nouncement of some kind was in prep
The fact is recalled that when the
United States made its response to the
Russian onte on the 28th ultimo the
officials here expressed the belief that
about a week's time would be required
to determine upon the next step and
at the end of that time it would b j
definitely known -whether or not the
troops were to be withdrawn from Pe
kin. That period of time has now
elapsed. The reports from the Euro
pean chancelleries indicate that , offi
cially at leas' " , this important subject
is being treated with the greatest de
liberation and at least another week
and probably even more time , may be
consumed in framing the last of the
answers to the Russian note. Mean
while our government has pretty well
satisfied itself as to the attitude to
ward this last proposition of each and
all of the powers interested in the
Chinese problem. It may be that this
knowledge is .regarded as sufficient
upon which to base another forward
move and in this case perhaps an in
dependent movement.by the United
States toward the ultimate withdrawal
of the troops and the settlement with
China which the government has had
in mind since the beginning of the
The consultations with Mr. Wu are
believed to have been inspired by a
desire to learn something of the per
sonality of the Chinese notables whoso
names have been suggested as proper
to constitute the Chinese side of any
commission which may be named to
arrange a settlement of the difficulties.
Mr. Wu is an ardent adherent of Eari
There is much speculation here as
to the personnel of the American com
missioners in case the peace negotia-
ties should be entrusted to such a
body and the names of men prominent
in international affairs in recent years
all have been canvassed. Included in
the list is the name of General John
W. Foster , but it is regarded as much
more probable that if he appears at
all in these negotiations it will be in
his old place as a representative pi
the Chinese government. He was as
sociated with Li Hung Chang during
the peace negotiations which closed the
Chino-Japanese war and it is said
that Earl Li has a high sense of ap
preciation of his work for China then.
Roberts Prepares to Come Home.
NEW YORK , Sept. 8. A dispatch to
the Tribune from London says : There
are many signs that the military au
thorities regard the end of the war
as close at hand. Lord Roberts is
making preparations to return to Eng
land and has already sent four of his
chargers down to Capetown. The gen
eral belief is that General Roberts is
coming home to take up the post of
commander-in-chief of the British
army , which Lord Wolseley will vacate
Emperor on Chinese Problem
STETTIN , Sept. S. The emperor
and empress of Germany arrived here
today to attend the imperial navy ma
neuvers. In reply to an address of
welcome from the burgomaster hi.
majesty declared his conviction that
success would attend the efforts be
ing made to establish in the far east
a stable government and orderly con
ditions under which the German mer
chants can carry on trade undisturbed
and without risk.
Cheap Killing : for a Red.
DEADWOOD , S. D. , Sept. 8. Clay
ton High Wolf , a full blooded Sioux
Indian , plead guilty to killing his
father-in-law on Pine Ridge agency
and severely wounding his mother-in-
law. He was sentenced to two years
in the state penitentiary and fined § 10.
For lack of evidence Stampede , an In
dian from Rosebud agency was dis
charged. He was alleged to have at
tempted to kill Louis Bardo.
The viceroy of India , Lord Curzon
of Kedleston. gives number of persons
requiring relief is 4,891,000.
'Lumber tor Troops In China.
SEATTLE , Sept. S. The govern
ment transport Goodwin , now at Tacoma -
coma , is loading building lumber for
the troops in the Orient. It will come
to Seattle to complete its cargo of 2- ,
500,000 feet , taking also COO doors and
SOO windows , and then will sail for
Taku , China. The War department is
to establishment a cantonment or tem
porary post at Taku. Local officers of
the army believe that the shipment of
lumber indicates that American troops
ore to be kept in China for at least
WEEK'S TOUR IN PORTO RICO.
Governor Allen Investigates Condition of
People uncl Crop * .
SAN JUAN , De Porto Rico , Sept. 7.
Governor Allen returned to San Juan
: oday , after a week's tour through the
mountainous regions of the island.
Having been in receipt of a great va
riety of reports concerning the condi
tion of the people of those sections ,
he determined to secure accurate in
formation personally and , accompanied - *
panied only by an interpreter and a
pack train , he visited Abolnlto , Bar-
ranquilas , Parras , Ototado , Ciales and
Jayua , going from that place to Ponce.
His route took In some of the worst
districts. He found considerable crops
on the rice and corn plantations , but
little coffee. The people themselves
are anxious for work and are ready to
build roads. Governor Allen returned
with the conviction that if properly
encouraged the portions of the island
that he visited are capable of won
The executive council recently
adopted a. plan of dividing the Island
into districts for political purposes.
The federals now claim that the repub
licans have been favored at certain
points and they threaten to resign and
to protest to Washington against the
alleged unfairness of the division. The
American members of the council say
the division is a fair one , as the fed
erals get three districts , tne republi
cans three and one is left in doubt.
Miss Bertha Allen , daughter of the
governor , will be married to Lieuten
ant Logan of the United States army
next month , the ceremony taking place
at the palace.
HUNDRED BOLO MEN ARE SLAIN.
Attack a Detachmeet of Twenty-Seven
Men and Got tlio "Worst of It.
WASHINGTON , D ; C. , Sept 7 The
following cablegram has been received
at the war department from General
"MANILA , Sept. 5. Details outbreak
Bohol , developed Pedro Samson , com
mandant police , left Tagbilarien os
tensibly to inspect the police of var
ious towns. This he did until heard
from in Carmen , with followers , threat
ening to attack the garrison at Ubay.
Two detatchments ordered to Carmen ;
found town peaceful. No trace of in
"Detachment of twenty-seven men
tinder Lieutenant Leblack , August 31 ,
were attacked near Carmen by 120 bolo-
men ; latter nearly annihilated , over
100 killed. Our loss aa previously re
ported. Movement in interior now in
Native Christians In Danger.
WASHINGTON , Sept. 7. The Japa
nese legation was informed today by
telegraph by the foreign office at To-
kio of the receipt of a dispatch from
the Japanese consul at Amoy stating
that the riots against native Christians
in Chang Chow and Lung Chi have as
sumed serious proportions. The city
gates in six adjoining districts have
been completely closed and Yung ,
taotia of the locality , having been dis
graced on the ground of unpopularity ,
has been succeeded by Chen , taotai of
Amoy , who will proceed to Chang
Chow as soon as the present troubles
at Amoy are settled.
nigh Prices for Farms.
AMES , la. , Sept. 7. Herbert Davis
sold his ninety-two-acre farm to F. T.
McLain for $70 per acre , an evidence
of the increasing value of Story county
land. Many farmers are moving into
this vicinity from neighboring states
and show a willingness to pay good
prices for improved farms. South of
town A. Holcraft sold a $160 acre farm
to Olaf Johnson , just arrived from
Sweden , for $50 per acre. Every week
farms are changing hands in this
county at from $50 to $75 per acre.
Arctic Explorers Return.
CHRISTIANA , Sept. 7.A telegram
from Tromso , Norway , in reporting the
return of the Stella Polare with the
duke of Abruzzi's expedition on'board ,
says tne Stella Polare reached a point
in latitude 86.33 north , thus penetrat
ing further north than Dr. Nanses's
record. The Stella Polare remained
fastened in the ice ior eleven months.
The pressure stove in the ship's sides ,
making a hole fifteen inches in breadth
and its machinery was also damaged.
Condemn tlia Prayer Chain.
CHICAGO , Hi. , Sept. 7. The na-
: ional officers of the Woman's Christian
Temperance Union met today at thefr
headquarters at Rest Cottage , Evans- ,
ton. Among other matters discussed
was the prayer chain inaugurated by
some of the members of the Indiana
W. C. T. U. for the defeat of President
McKinley at the coming election. They
were unanimous in regretting ihis ac
tion and Tv'ill not co-operate with the
Senators Asked to Resign.
HELENA , Sept 7. The republican
state convention completed its state
ticket and adjourned today. The plat
form denounces the republican mem
bers of the last legislature who voted
for W. A. Clark , democrat , for United
States senator. A resolution was
adopted calling on Senators Hobson ,
Mitchell , Phillips and Geger , who were
among the number , to resign at once
so that other senators can be elected .
Sherman Goes to Washington.
MANSFIELD , 0. , Sept 7. Ex-Sec-
ietary John Sherman and daughter.
Mrs. J. I. McCallum , will leave hero
September 17 for Washington , where
they will spend the winter. His prop
erty here , which includes several
acres in the residence part of the city ,
has been laid out in lots and will be
Famous Fned About to End.
SEATTLE , Wash. , Sept. 7. The
steamer Queen brings news from Sitka
that the Sitka and Wrangel Indians
will hold a great potlatch on Monday ,
September 10 , and formally end a feud
that has existed 600 years.
tetter of Acceptance Done.
WASHINGTON , Sept. 7. The presi
dent and some members of his cabinet
dined at the Country club tonight. The
president put the finishing touches on
Siis letter of acceptance of the repub
THE LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Latest Ouotations From South Omaha
and Human City.
Union Stock Yards. Cattlu There was
rather a small supply of cuttle here , itnd
as the demand was good for both feed
ers and killerx the market soon csimc tea
a close. The bis bulk of the receipts
were again made up of stock cattle.
There were only about thirteen cnrs of
corn cattle on sale and packers bought
those us at steady to strong prices. They
seemed anxious for supplies and as a
result everything was sold at an early
hour. The commoner grades were also
In fairly good demand on account of the
light supply of westerns.
The cow market was again In good
shape today , only about fifteen cars be
ing on sale. The demand for the better
grades was heavy and prices on that
class of stuff was quite a little higher
today. For the week it is safe toall the
market a good quarter higher. The com
moner kinds of cows have alao Improved ,
though not as much as the best grades.
Choice feeders were again in active de
mand this morning and sellers found lit
tle difficulty in disposing of their better
grades at steady to stronger prices. The
demand from the country continues very
heavy and yard traders have been able
to keep their pens fairly well cleaned up.
In spite of the fact that a good proportion
tion of the offerings today were western
cattle there were only about three cars
of killers. It was hardly enough to make
a test of the market , but it is safe to
say that had there been any here today
they would have brought fully steady
Hogs There was rather a light run of
hogs here today , but as other points re
ported a nickel drop in values the mar
ket here was generally 2 c lower. Early
in the morning a number of prime light
weights , particularly in one division ,
brought just about yesterday's prices. A
few loads of prime heavyweights also
sold for about as much as they would
have brought yesterday , but aside from
that the market was lower. The bulk of
the lightwelgnts sold from steady to 2 * c
lower and tne heavier grades went from
2SF5c lower than yesterday's general
market. The extreme range of prices to
day was practically the same as jester-
day. Ugnt weights brought mostly
? 5.07i and $5.10.
Sheep There were only a few cars of
sheep and lambs on sale and the proportion
tion of heavy stuff , which is not ! n very
good demand , was large and the market
on that class of stuff was a Httlcslow. .
The few bunches of desirable sheep or
lambs there were offered sold readily
at fully steady prices as compared with
yesterday. The feeder market was in
good shape today and several bunches
sold a little higher than they could have
brought yesterday or any other day this *
week. Anything at all good on the feeder
orders will bring good strong prices.
Cattle ReceiptsuO head ; best
steady , others 6f10c ( lower ; native steers ,
$4.1005.75 ; Texas J2.70@4.S5 ; Texas cows ,
.00(53.10 ( ; native cows and heifers , $1.50
@ 5.20 ; stockers and feeders , S3.00TT5.00 :
bulls. $firstname.lastname@example.org ; calves , receipts , 600 head ;
market weak at ItWSS.To.
Hogs Receipts , 10,000 head ; market 5
< 5 > 7c lower ; bulk of sales , $5.1 ( & 5.22 ;
heavy , $5.10g5.20 ( ; packers , $5.15 5.23 ;
mixed. $email@example.com ; light. $5.00fr5.30 ; York
ers. SS.20ft5.30 ; pigs , $firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sheep Receipts , 3,000 head ; market
steady ; lambs , $3.00iu.OO ; muttons , $2.00@
CABINET DISCUSSES CHINA.
No I.ate Official Information Has Been
WASHINGTON , Sept. 8. Only
three members of the cabinet were
present at today's meeting. Attorney
General GrSggs and Secretaries Hitch
cock and Wilson. It was definitely
stated at the conclusion of the meet
ing that no late official information
had been received from the powers
regarding the Russian proposal to
withdraw troops from Pekin. It is
understood that nothing official has
been received either from Great Brit
ain or Japan on the subject and this
government is now waiting for information
mation , particularly from these two
nations. The note from Germany is
not considered altogether satisfactory
nor entirely definite , and it is thought
that something further from that gov
ernment may be soon received.
It is authoritatively stated that Rus
sia , so far as this government knows ,
has not modified its original position
and has not consented to leave a de
tachment of troops in Pekin.
TURNING THE BOERS5 f LANKS.
Iiord Roberts Reports Operations of
Army in the Transraal.
LONDON , Sept. 8. Lord Roberts
reports from Belfast , Transvaal , under
date of Wednesday , September 5 , as
"Ian Hamilton traversed Dulstrooai
yesterday with slight opposition.
"Buller engaged the enemy's left
this morning. Hamilton is endeavor
ing to turn the enemy's right.
"Boers with two guns and one pom
pom this morning attacked 125 Cana
dian mounted infantry guarding the
railway between Pan and Wondersfon-
tein. Mahon proceeded to their as
sistance , but the little garrison ha-1
beaten off the enemy before he arrived.
It was a very creditable performance.
The wounded were Major Handers am !
Lieutenant Moodie , slightly , and two
men. Six men are missing. "
IJank Cashier in Limbo.
YATES CENTER , Kan. , Sept. 8. E.
A. Runyan , a banker , was arrested last
night , charged with embezzlement of
$12.000. The arrest was made on a
warrant sworn to by County Treas
urer J. S. Culver , in behalf of the offi
cers of the Citizens' State bank of
which Runyan was cashier.
Tovrn 3Inn Kctnrne from
AMES , la. , Sept. S. George Briggs ,
one of the prominent men in Story
county , who has been in the Cape Nome
gold fields this summer , has returned
home. Mr. Briggs arrived in Seattle
on August 15 and has been visiting the
coast cities since that time.
The acting viceroy of Canton has
suppressed all the native newspapers
on the ground that they have been
publishing false news detrimental to
the maintenance of peace.
President Pardons McIIrldc.
WASHINGTON , Sept. 8. The presi
dent has pardoned Frank M. McBride ,
who was convicted at Salt LaKe City
in May , 1898. of embezzlement of S3-
072 postoffice funds while assistant
postmaster at Salt Lake , and sentenced
to four years in the Utah penitentiary.
Money to Pay Soldiers.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 8. The
steamer China , which sailed for Hong
Kong , carried nearly $1,500,000 in gold
and silver currency for the United
States troops in China.
A Tonnsr Sciilptretm' .Fine Work.
Miss Edith Hope Ogden , the young
sculptress , who won tne competition
for the bronze tablet to be presented
to the steamship St. Paul , has finished
that piece of work and It is now being
cast in bronze at St. Paul , Minn. The
tablet represents a finely executed de
sign in low relief of the battlesh.p oif
the coast of Porto Rico , beneath which
is the legend of the ship's history , the
whole being within a border decora
tion , significant of victory , in naut
ical designs ooth artistic and expres-
Advantage is a better soldier than
HO ! FOR OKLAHOMA !
8.000.000 acrei naur land * to opt-o to eeltlement.
8ub oribc forTIIK KIOWA CHIEF , devoted to Infor-
nation about thcie Iun < h. Ou jear.lt.OU. Single
copy. lOc. Pubucrlber * receive free tllurtratodboofe
on Oklahoma. Morgan' * Manual (310 page Settler * '
Guide ) with Cna recllunal map , tl.OO. Mat ) 25c. All
ttljoTe. il.75. Addrea * . Dick T. Morgan , Perry , O. T.
We may give advice , but we cannot
give conduct. Franklin.
"When buying a packngo of "Fnultloss
Starch" ask your grocer for the book of
humor that goes with it fr
Contempt is the proper punishment
of affectation. Johnson.
Drugs have their use , but don't store them In
your htomncu. Beeman'ti Pepsin Gum aids the
natural forces to perform their functions.
Let go the handle bars of love era
a bicycle and it begins to wobble.
Luxuriant hair with Hi youthful color assured by
cslnp PARKER'S HAIR UALSU.
, the best cure for cornf. Kelt.
The sky is cheerful when it is the
bluest , but it is different with a man.
Are Ton UMne Allen * * Koot-Elt > T
It is the only cure for Swollen ,
Smarting. Burning , Sweating Feet ,
Corns and Bunions. Ask for Allen's
Foot-Ease , & powder to be shaken info
the shoes. At all Druggists and Shoe
Stores , 25c. Sample sent FREE. Ad
dress Allen S. Olmsted. LeRoy , N. Y.
The tailor made girl has no edge
on the shirt waist man.
Piso's Cure for Consumption Is an Infallible
medicine for coughs and colds. N. W. S
Ocean Grove , N. J. , Feb. 17.1900.
It's cheaper to take a tonic than to
take a vacation.
Try Magnetic Starch It will last
longer than any other.
The shot output of New Hampshire
last year was $22,900,000.
Mrs. "Wlnslow'B Soothing Syrnp.
I'or children teething , softens the sums , reduces In
flammation , allays pain , euros wind colic. 23c a bottle
It is said that irregular eyebrows
are an indication of insanity .
If you have not tried Magnetic Staith
try it now. You will then use no other.
Of the 3,700 Chinese in New Zealand
only twenty-six are women.
It requires no experience to dye with
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES. Simply
boiling your goods in the dye is all
Society is like a masked ball where
Use Magnetic Starch It nas no equal.
Our first school master is supersti
Magnetic Starch is the very best
laundry starch in the world.
Hall's Catarrh Cnro
Is a constitutional euro. Price , 75a
Sociability is the pleasure of getting
rid of sell.
Elizabeth Hanneker , a 3-year-old
Dayton , 0. , girl , ate. a moth ball. She
was seized with convulsion and" died
an hour later.
rinnerr In the Tlioimuiiil Inland * .
The Rev. R. H. Pullman , who died
last Sunday , is euld to have been the
first man to buy an estate on the St.
Lawrence , in the Thousand Islands.
In 1864 he purchased Mother Island ,
ncAV know naa Pullman inland , for
$ 10. He and his brother GoorKo
camped on the Island every sunimor
for a number of years. Seven years
after the purchase of the inland ,
George Pullman built Castle Host , one
of the most beautiful houses on the
Qundrrnnlel Voting Incrcimn.
Since 18G4 the total vote at each
successive presidential election hits
shown an increase over the vote ol
the preceding contest. From 1864 to
18G8 the gain was 1,700.000 ; from 1868
to 1872 , 700,000 ; from 1872 to 1870 ,
2OOO.uOO ; from 1876 to 1880 , 800.000 ;
from 1880 to 1884. 80.000 ; from 1884
to 188S. 1.300,000 , an abnormally large
increase , not accounted for by the ad
mission of new state ; from 1888 to
1892 , 700,000 , and from 1892 to 18'JG.
1.900,000. This year the probable total
popular vote is estimated at 16,000,000.
GrnorouM Inimuein Doctors.
Japanese doctors never accept fees
from poverty-stricken patients. In
Japan there Is a proverb that "when
the twin enemies , disease and poverty ,
invade a home , he who accepts money
from its inmates is robber. "
Itig Oynt T Crop tliN Your.
"The oyster crop this year will be
one of the biggest in the history of
trade to the bivalve , " said Mr. G. D.
Redding of Baltimore , ut Chamber
lain's last night. "Special care has
been taken at the oyster beds to pre
vent the destruction of young oysters ,
and those of more mature growth have
been well fed , and the warm weather
has helped them to attain an unusual
The coast line of the Chinese em
pire exceeds 2,000 miles.
of Mori's S3 and : ;
S3.WshoesintI e :
world. Wt > sell
; more § 3.00 and
83.50 fihoes than
: any other two
: manufacturers m <
The reason more
and 33.50 hhoes are ,
a sold tlian any ether .
make is because they are '
"the best iii the world.
_ _ A $4.00 Shoe for $3.00.
'A ' $5 Shoe for $3.50.
The BaaJ Warth of Our S3 and 53.50 Shoes
compared with other makes Is S4 to Si.
Tln ? the larc-pii $1 * nd W.M ghat bad-i
MM In the world , awl a. perfect y Um of >
nr.'minrtiirlnir. maMM no to prwlnccj
ilgher prvls swo and $3.co shoea than
can to hwl elsewliero. Vonr dealer
shonM lc < * ep them ; we ulre one denltr <
zrlcilro sale In each town.
Take m it..tltutcl
onliaTlnarW.rDoasl i ( die < *
you. snd direct to factory , en-
doting jirlre and 2Sc. extra >
for carrlnp. ( State kind of ,
leather , Mza. nnd wlilth.
plain Or oap toe. Our '
shoes trill inch you
For Infants and Children.
'ways ' Bough !
j Vfegefable PreparationforAs-
ting tfieStoinachs andBowels cf Bears the
Opium.Morphine ncr > Iineral. of
Aperfec ! Remedy forConslipa-
fion , Sour Stoiuach.Diarrfcoca
Worms .Convulsions , Fcvensh-
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
Facsimile Signature oF
EXACT COPV OF WRAPPER.
THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY.
Margins 2,000 Bu. of Grain Five Cents
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