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THE LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Latest QuotatlonK from South Omaha
nud Kaiiiae Cltr *
_ . SOUTH OMAHA. _
" CArTTCB There wna a fair run of eat-
tlo and the demand from pnckcrti being
In good Bhape the market ruled active
and full steady all around on anything
at all desirable. The bulk of the receipts
were again composed of beef steers , about
seventy-five cars being Included In the of-
fcrlngB. Packers started out early and
paid good , firm prices tor the more de
sirable bunches. The common kinds ,
however , were rather neglected and In
Home cases sellers found It difficult to get
steady prices. There were only about fif
teen cars of cows and heifers on sale ,
and as buyers all wanted a few It did not
take them long to clear the pens. The
market could best be described by callIng -
Ing It active and steady to strong. There
were not many stackers and feeders of
fered and the demand for them was a
little better , so that anything desirable
was picked up early at good , strong
prices. Stock calves were ready sellers
and the prices on that class of stock
have Improved considerably this week.
HOGS There was a. heavy run of hogs
and as other points reported a drop In
prices the market. here opened 7 @ 10c
lower. The bulk of the early sales went
at from J5.S2V to $3.87& . with the choicer
loads selling from So.S1 to $ G. The hogs
began moving toward the scales at an
early hour , and It was not long before
the bulk had changed hands. The light
weights , however , were very slow sale
and bids ranged from I3.82V& down to $3.
SHEEP There was a heavy run. but
the big bulk of the receipts was composed
of Colorado lambs , about 45 cars being
included In the receipts. Packers did not
seem to be at all anxious for supplies this
morning , and as a result the market was
very slow , and up to a late hour but lit
tle stuff had changed hands. What did sell
brought just about steady prices with
yesterday , the $5 lambs of yesterday
bringing the same price today. Sheep
were also about steady but slow.
CATTLE Native and Texas steers ,
steady to lOc higher ; cows and heifers ,
stockers and feeders ; steady ; native
beef steers. $4.73&5.50 , "mostly 55.00&5.40 ;
stockers and feeders. $4.255.25 ; western-
fed steers. $4.50 < g5.42& ; Texans and In
dians , $4.2Xga.OO ( ; cows , $email@example.com ; heifers ,
$4.00574.95 ; canners , $2.35'g3.25 ' ; bulls , $3.43@
4.60 ; stock bulls , $5. < XXSG.OO ; calves , $5.00@
HOGS Market 2V < ? Tnc lower ; top , $0.05 ;
bulk of sales , $5.835/6.00 ; heavy $5.95@G.03 ;
mixed packers , $5.S3@5.95 ; light , ? 3.50@3.-
87 * ; pigs , $firstname.lastname@example.org.
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Shcep. steady :
lambs , 5c lower ; western lambs , $4.90@
5.00 ; western wethers , $4.50 4.85 ; western
yearlings , $4.65 ( 4.90 ; ewes , $1.23 ( < I4.50 ! ; culls ,
$3.00o14.00 ( ; spring lambs , $email@example.com.
GOOD EEf ECT IS EXPECTED.
Asuinaldo's Address \V1I1 Have Proper
Influence on .Filipinos.
WASHINGTON , April 20 It is be
lieved by the administration that the
manifesto of Aguinaldo will have a de
cidedly good effect in the Philippines
and in this country. It will take some ,
time for its dissemination among the
Filipinos , but it is expected to be of
considerable service and to make more
rapid the change in the situation
vhich set in some time ago and * has
become quite marked of late.
Especial gratification is felt at the
unreserved tone of the document and
the full acceptance it indicates of
American rule. This , it is felt , will
bring to the support of the government
many Filipinos who , wishing peace ,
have hesitated to assist the Taft com
mission. In this country it is expect
ed to reduce the criticism of the ad-
n inistration and to cause less discus
sion of the general policy of the war
1,1 the islands and more consideration
of the important matter of the best
administration to be evolved for their
government. It is to this work that
the Taft commission is now bending
all its energies.
Aguinaldo , now that he has accept
ed American sovereignty , probably
will be given more liberty than he
has enjoyed hitherto. His services
will be used as far as possible in the
pacification of the islands. The ex
tent , however , to which he will be
permitted his freedom is for General
MacArthur to determine , with the as-
sistar"of the Taft commission , for
the ai 'he home government here
will ' < * to rest largely upon the
views held by its representatives in
Regatta Data Is Selected.
COUNCIL , BLUFFS , la. , April 22.-
The executive committee of the Iowa.
State Regatta association met here
and decided to hold the annual regat
ta of the association in this city July
23 and 24. The members of the com
mittee are : R. A. Belding , Burlington ;
E. A. Blood , Sioux City ; W , H. Mc-
Cullough , Cedar Rapids ; D. D. My
ers , jr. , Dubuque ; E. C. Currier , Sioux
Frlck's Jfew Scheme.
PHILADELPHIA , April 18. It is
stated on what appears to be good au
thority that an immense sieel gorging
plant will be built at Billingsport , N.
J. , on the Delaware river. Henry C.
Frick and his friends are said to bo
interested in the new enterprise.
In Arkansas River Suit.
DENVER , April 20. Attorney Gen
eral Post will leave for Washington
about April 27 to combat in the Uni
ted States supreme court the petition
of the state of Kansas for leave to
file a suit in equity against the state
of Colorado with regard to the use
of the waters of the Arkansas river.
If the peition of the slate of Kan
sas for leave to file the suit is grant
ed then a number of leading attorneys
will assist in hearing the -case.
EQUAL TO THE OCCASION.
Arizona Sheriff 1'rovod Himself Qualified
for IIU Office.
From the earliest times the office of
the sheriff of Marlcopa county has
been the lodgeroom of the Amalgamat
ed Association of Prevaricators until
an honorary membership and an abil
ity to shine in it came to be regarded
as a necessary qualification for sheriff
only a little less important than the
ability to get enough votes at the con
vention and the polls , says the Arizona
Republlca'n. Sheriffs have usually been
represented by proxy in the meeting
of the association and the proxy has
always been some deputy , generally
Charlie Slankard , who as a prevarica
tor has always successfully held his
own against all comers. There was
Bom'e apprehension that Sheriff Stout
would not fill the bill. He was sup
posed to be too matter of fact. Billy
Moeur and Billy Williams were not be
lieved to be any more able liars than
the sheriff , and Captain Hi McDonald ,
as an outside deputy could not be ex
pected to attend meetings of the as
sociation. Still , in a pinch there was
the ever-reliable Slankard to fall back
upon. But Sheriff Stout yesterday
proved that he didn't need any deputy
prevaricator. An old settler who had
lived in the valley longer than any
body was telling at the sheriff's office
yesterday of the driest season the val
ley had ever experienced. There had
been nothing like it before and nothing
since. None of his hearers had ever
seen anything so dry. He couldn't tell
them how dry it was so they would
comprehend. Sheriff Stout was re
minded of one very dry summer within
his residence in the valley. He had
just embarked in the cattle business
and had a herd of yearling calves.
There was a little water on his ranch ,
but no feed within ten miles. Every
morning he used to turn the calves out
so they could go to the nearest range
where there was some grass , but no
water. He accordingly hung a canteen
filled with water around the neck of
each calf. One day he went out to the
range to see the condition of the grass
which , he thought- must be getting
short. When he got there the calves
were feeding quietly on the bank of
a dry water course. All at once they
were stampeded and wildly scattered
in every direction , bellowing with fear.
The sheriff went to see what was the
cause of the commotion and found it
to be a huge catfish which had climbed
up the bank and got into a fight with
the calves over the water in the can
RIVER BOATS IN RUSSIA.
T..ooklnc Craft That Ply tlie
Waters of llio Muscovite Empire.
Everywhere up the Volga and its
hundred tributaries ascend the iron
barges of the Caspian sea oil fleet ,
while through the canals to St. Peters
burg alone pass annually , during the
215 days of free navigation , thousands
of steamers and barges bearing mil
lions of tons of freight. Every known
means of locomotion is used , from men
who , like oxen , tramp the tow paths ,
hauling the smaller barges , to power
ful tugs that creep along by means of
an endless chain laid in the bed of the
canals and minor rivers , dragging after
them at snail pace great caravans of
heavy barges. From the greater
streams immense craft nearly 400 feet
long , fifteen feet in depth , carrying
6,000 tons of freight , drift down to the
Caspian , where they are broken to
pieces to be used as firewood on the
steamers going up stream. In all
there are 8,000 miles of navigable
waterways in the valley of the Volga ,
or , if the streams which float the giant
rafts that form so large a part of the
traffic of the rivers are included , the
mileage is increased to nearly 15,000 ,
or as much as that of the valley of the
Mississippi. Fifty thousand rafts are
floated down the Volga annually , many
of them 100 feet long by seven thick ,
and this gives but a faint idea of the
real traffic of the river , for in addition
there are 10,000,000 tops of produce
passing up and down the river during
the open season. Much of this centers
at Nijni Novgorod. To this famous
market steamers and barges come
from all parts of Russia , bringing
goods to be sold at the great annual
fair over $200,000,000 worth of mer
chandise changing hands in a few
weeks ; 30,000 craft , including rafts , are
reguired for this traffic ; they come
frcVn as far north as Archangel , as far
cask as the Urals , from Astrakan in the
south , St. Petersburg and Moscow to
the west , while great caravans of ships
of the desert arrive daily from all parts
Hetty Green's Humor.
Mrs. Hetty Green is not without a
streak of humor , though perhaps it is
a trifle saturnine. Recently an over
dressed woman , while in conversation
with Mrs. Green , commented at- un
necessary length on feminine apparel.
"Oh , well , " said Mrs. Hetty , "wealthy
people can afford to dress poorly , you
know. The poor and vulgar must
wear fine clothing , if only for purpos
es of disguise. "
Wife reft Too Often.
Frederick Rhodes has applied for a
divorce in Akron , O. In his petition
he declares that his wife has left him
twenty-seven times , and that he has
at last grown tired or such foolishness.
The last , time Mrs. Rhodes deserted
him she said she had gone for good.
Astronomers figure out that the di
ameter of the earth at the equator va
ries 3,048 feet , BO that our planet la
not only flattened at the poles , but
slightly squeezed in the middle.
Stnmp Counterfeiter's Baffled.
"For more than a year past. " says
the Philadelphia Record , "the treasury
department has been defrauded of
thousands of dollars by the washing of
canceled revenue stamps. Those en
gaged in the business have secured
canceled stamps of all denominations ,
washed them clean , reguinmed them
and sold them. Now however , the
treasury chemists have found an olive
gray ink for the stamp itself which will
fade away if any attempt shall be
made to wash out the cancellation
mark. Unfortunately , it has proved
impossible to blend this fugitive ink
with any chemical producing an agree
able color , and beauty has , therefore ,
been sacrificed to safety. The design
of the battleship Maine will be retain
Take Garfield Tea for constipation ;
it has this to recommend it : it Is made
from health-giving herbs and it surely
' Australia's Capital.
There is every probability that early
in next year the site of the Austra
lian federal capital will be decided and
competitive plans for laying it out in
vited. The idea is that it should be
one of the finest cities of Its kind in
the world , enjoying a salubrious cli
mate and possessing beautiful sur
roundings. Only the public buildings
will be constructed at the cost of the
commonwealth , all others bsing left to
If everyone knew how good a remedy
was Hamlin's Wizard Oil its sales
would double in a day.
The less veracity a man has of his
own the more he admires it in other
$148 will buy new Upright piano on
easy payments. Write for catalogues.
Schmoller & Mueller , 1313 Farnam
When a woman denies an accusation
and wants to prove her innocence she
Are Ton Using : Allen's Foot Ease ?
It is the only cure for Swollen ,
Smarting , Burning , Sweating Feet ,
Corns and Bunions. Ask for Allen's
Foot-Ease , a powder to be shaken into
the shoes. At all Druggists and Shoe
Stores , 25c. Sample sent FREE. Ad
dress. Allen S. Olmsted. LeRoy. N. Y.
In a theater , D No. 2 or E No. 3
may be considered an A No. 1 seat.
Are Yon Interested in the Northwest ?
Cut out this advertisement , mention
paper in which it appeared.enclose with
lOc in silver to address given and
Home and Garden , illustrated , month
ly , will be sent you free for one year.
Regular price , 50c. Address Home and
Garden , Newspaper Row , St. Paul ,
Never belittle your own acts. People
ple are very apt to take you at your
Piso's Cure cannot be too highly spoken of as
a cough cure. J. W. O'BRIEN , 322 Third Ave. ,
N. , Minneapolis , Minn. , Jan. 0.1900.
Says an old bachelor : "Marriage is
a means of grace when it leads to
Do Your Teet Ache and Hum ?
Shake into your shoes , Allen's Foot-
Ease , a povder for the feet. It makes
tight or New Shoes feel Easy. Cures
Corns , Bunions , Swollen , Hot and
Sweating Feet. At all Druggists and
Shoe Stores , 25c. Sample sent FREE.
Address Allen S. Olmsted , LeRoy , N.Y.
Spring Cleaning Made Easy.
Much of the terror of Spring Cleaning may
be avoided by good management. Settled
weather should bo selected for the work , and
every thing necessary provided beforehand.
Ivory Soap will bo fonnd best for washing
paints , floors and windows ; it is harmless
and very effective in making the house clean
ELIZA R. PARKER.
Beware of the friend that advises
you to go to war or get married.
The finished performance of an actor
Is often a great relief to the audi
Jf You Hove Rheumatism
Send no money , nut write Dr. Sheep , Itaclnc , WI * . ,
box 143 , for six bottles of Dr. Khoop's Hhcumatlu
Cure , express paid. I f cured pay W JO ; If not It Is tree.
There is no pride like that of a beg
gar grown rich.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES pro
duce the fastest and brightest colors
of any known dye stuff.
Regret cannot bring the arrow back
to the bow.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup ,
for children teething , soften * the gums , reduces ! ir
flamnmtlon , allays pain , cures wind colic , 3c a bottle.
A Dublin Feat Itootn.
A large Dublin manufacturer has a
room entirely furnished with Irish
peat. The carpets on the floor , the
curtains at the windows and paper on
the Avails are made from this sub
stance. For years he has experiment
ed with the material , which is now
very largely exported as fuel , and he
has discovered that from it it is pos
sible to procure almost any kind of
Ask your grocer for DEFIANCE
STARCH , the only 1C oz. package for
10 cents. All other 10-cent starch con
tains only 12 oz. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded.
There is no profit in religion where
there is no loss.
Throw physic to the dojrs if vou don't want
the dogs but if you want good digestion chew
Ueeman's Pepsin Gum.-
Sometimes God's storms are but to
drive us into harbor.
Simplicity , strength and purity com
bined in Garfield Tea , the herb medi
cine that cures constipation and liver
Willingness to be God's slave is the
way to become His son.
How's Tills ?
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for any
case of Catarrh that casuot bo cured by Hall's
P. J. CHENEY & CO. , Props. . Toledo , O.
We , the undersigned , have known P. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him
perfectly honorable in all business transactions
and financially able to carry out any obliga
tions mudo by their firm.
West & Truax. Wholesale Druggists. Toledo ,
O. ; Waldinf * , Kinnan & Marvin , Wholesale
Druggists. Toledo. Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally. actIng -
Ing direct.'v upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price
rsc per bottle. Sold by all tlvuggists.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
The more a wise man thinks the less
he is apt to talk.
Ask youi- grocer for DEFIANCE
STARCH , the only 1G oz. package for
10 cents. All other 10-cent starch con
tains only 12 oz. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded.
The bore who is" looking for no
body in particular should look in the
Ask your grocer for DEFIANCE
STARCH , the only 1C oz. package for
10 cents. All other 10-cent starch con
tains only 12 oz. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money vefunded.
All the world's a stage and all the
doctors are merely ushers both ways.
A PoH-SIie 81 Trtatcifnt of Dr. O.
Phelps Brown's Great Remedy for
Fits. Epilepsy and all Nervous Diseases. Address
O. rilKLFS I1R01TX. 03 Broadway , Kcnbnrgb , 3.X.
3 OR 4 YEARS
' Hs o homes in Western Can
ada , the land of plenty.
Illustrated pamphlets ,
civin ? experiences of
farmers who have be
come wealthy in grow
ing wheat , reports of
delegates , etc. , and full
information as to reduced rallw ay rates can ba
had on application to the Superintendent of
Immigration. Department of Interior , Ottawa ,
Canada , or toV. . V. Bennett , 801 N Y. tife
B'dg. ' , Omaha , Neb. Special excursions to
Western Canada during March aud April.
11 ! Cheerfully Recommend Peruna to AH Who
Want a Good Tonic and a Safe
Cure for Catarrh. "
Prominent members of the clergy ? 7o giving Poruua their unqualified on-
'dorscment. These men find Poruna especially adapted to preserve them
from catarrh of the vocal organs which has always been the bane of public
speakers , and general catarrhal debility incident to the sedentary Ufa of the
clergyman. Among the recent utterances of noted clergymen on the cura
tive virtues of Peruna is the following ono from Bishop James A. Handy ,
D. D. , of Baltimore :
" / take great pleasure In acknowledging the curative effects of
Peruna. At the solicitation of a friend I used your remedy and
cheerfully recommend your Peruna to all who want a good Tonic
and a safe cure for catarrh.James A. Handy.
OTHER NOTABLE CURES ,
A Husband Escaped the Pangs of
Catarrh of the Lungs ,
Most Cases of Incipient Consumption Are
why Peruna has become so Justly
famous in the cure of catarrhal dis
eases. It cures catarrh wherever lo
cated. Its cures remain. Peruna docs
not pallitate ; it cures.
Mrs. Frederick Williams , President
of the South Side Ladles' Aid Society
of Chicago , 111. , writes the following
words of praise y.
for Poruna from 3
973 Cuyler ave. , 3
Chicago , 111. :
"My homo Is :
never wi t h o u t :
Peruna , for I
have found during - ;
ing the past six :
years that there 3 , ]
is no remedy
that will at once 3
ing and actually Mrs. Fred Williams ,
cure , as Peruna does. Four bottles
completely cured me of catarrh of the
head of several years' standing , and If
my husband feels badly , or either of us
catch cold , we at once take Peruna ,
and In a day or two it has thrown the
sickness out of the system. " Mrs.
Mrs. W. A. Allison , of 759 Sheffield
avenue , Chicago , 111. , is the Assistant
Matron of the i
tal. She has the *
following to say 3
about Peruna :
"I have had frequent - :
quent opportunities - ;
ties to observe =
the wonde r f u 1 3 ,
curative effects q2
of Peruna espe35
cially on persons 3"
Suffering With a STTTTTI
congested condiMrs. . "W. A , Allison ,
tion of the head , iungs , and stomach ,
generally called catarrh. It alleviates-
pain and soreness , increases the appe
tite and so tones up the entire system
and health. " Mrs. W. A. Allison.
If you do not derive prompt and
satisfactory results from the use of
Peruna , write at once to Dr. Hartman ,
giving a full statement of your case
and he will be pleased to give you his
valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman , President of
The Hartman Sanitarium , Columbus , O.
Tor Top Prices Ship Your
G A 3i K A. X 1 > ! O U l/T It "V
To llc.iil < iuartur
< J. IV. Jrltrn A. Comiiniij- .
Butter , KSBS , Vral , Hides ami Furs. I'otatoea.
Onions Iii Carloail Lots.
Oinnlia , .
We believe it will sHl at .r 0 cents.
Send your order now. Our book ,
"Successful Speculation , ' " sent free.
J. K. CQRfiSTOCK , TRADERS' BLDC. , CHICAGO.
The real worth of my g.1.00 and SUM shoes compared with
other makes is SI.UO to . ( > u. MyS-l.OtMiilt Kilje.Lhie cannot lie
equalled at any price. ISe&t in the world for men.
1 make and null more im-nV flue lioi' , Goodyear
HVcItCEInncI-Seivctl I'rooCHH ) , than any other manufac
turer In tlicworlil. Zvill pay 8I.OOO to any one \vlio can
prove that my utatcmciit is not true.
( NlgiiutDW. T. . JJouBlas.
Take no Riib tUiito ! Insist on having W.I , . Douglas shoes
vrith name and price stamped on bottom. Tour dealer should
keep them ; I gl\e one dealer exclusive sale In each town. If
he does not keep them and will not pet them for you , order
direct from factory , pnolosiiiK price and 25c. extra for carriage.
Over 1,000,000 satisfied wearers. New .S'irinp C.italos free.
-Bst Color Eyelets used exclusively. W. L DOUGLAS , Brockton , MaSS.
Did you ever have that feeling of oppression , like a weight on your chest , or a load of cobblestones in your
stomach , keeping you awake nights with a horrible sensation of anxiety , or tossing restlessly in terrible dreams ,
that make the cold perspiration break out all over you ? That's insomnia , or sleeplessness , and some unfortun
ates suffer with it night after night , until their reason is in danger and they are on the edge of going mad. The
cause of this fearful ailment is in the stomach and bowels , and a Cascaret taken at night will soon bring relief and
give the sufferer sweet , refreshing sleep. Always insist on getting CASCARETS !
.au air t' thim hobo-mobo troocks ! tuck.
" 3 bavo been nalng CASCARETS tht
for Insomnia , Yrltn which I have been afflicted
for over twenty years , and I can say that cove
as- Cascarets have Riven me more relief than any "S
other remedy I have ever tried. I shall cer
tainly recommend them to my friends as be BUC(7
ing ell they are represented. "
THOS. GILLARD , Elgin. 111.
BEST FOR BOWELS AND LIVER.
NEVER SOLD IN BULK.
GUARANTEED TO CUKE all novrel tronblei , appendicitis , bllloninesi ,
bad brrutU , Vail blood , wind on the stomach , blonted boweln , foul mouth.
headache * laillecstlon , plmplei , palnsnftcr eatlnc. liver trouble , * nllow com
plexion nnil dczlne . When your bowcle < lon't more recnlnrly yon are
getting Ick. Constipation kill * moro people tbnn nil other dlieniei torethcr.
It 1 u tarter Tor the chronic ailments and lone yearn of nuflTerlnir that come
aflcnr r l . No matter tvhtit oils you , start taUlnz CASCAlSKTs today , fo
you iv 111 never tret Tvell and be ivell nil the tlrau until you put your bowels
rlcht. 'folio our advice ; start with CASCA-KETS today , under an absolute
Ernnrantce to cnre or money refunded. < 53
Mrs. Edward Stevens of Carthage ,
N. Y.writes , as follows :
"I now take pleasure in notifying
you that my husband has entirely re
covered from catarrh. He is a well man
today , thanks to you and Peruna. He
took six bottles of your medicine as di
rected , and it proved to be just the
thing for him. His appetite is good
and every thing he cats seems to agree
with him. His cough has left him and
he is gaining in flesh , and seems to be
well every way. I hope others will try
your medicine and receive the benefits
that we have. " Mrs. Edward Stevens.
When the catarrh reaches the throat
it is called tonsilitis , or larnygitis. Ca
tarrh of the bronchial tubes is called
bronchitis ; catarrh of the lungs , con
sumption. Any internal remedy that
will cure catarrh in one location will
cure it in any other location. This is
If afflicted ' Water
core ci es , [ Thompson's Eye
DCCD atliermysterirs. KfTertsof apportlnu
rtcr Hfc. SO illustration ! ' . ! > JHIKO hook
post paid lOc. < 7acol > Ut-rk , Denver , Colo.
GTTAUAXTEED TO CCttE : Five years nso the first box of CAS-
CARETS was sold. Now It la over six million boxes u year , creater tbun any
similar medicine In the -world. This la nbiolate proof of icrt-at merit , and
our best testimonial. We have faith , and will sellCASrAICICTM Jtbsolntely
iranrantecd to cure or money refunded. Go buy today , two AOc boxes , clve
them n fair , honest trial , as per simple directions , and If you are not satlsQeil
after usln < * one COc box. return the unified J > Oc box and the empty box to
us by mtlf , or the tlrutrclat from -whom you pnrchnsed It. and itet your money
back for both boxes. Take our advice no matter irhnt nils you start today.
Health will anlckly follow and you tvlllbles * the dny you flrst started theme
ofCASCAlCETS. Uook free by mall. Add : SHRLI.1Q KlliKUT CO. , 5 Yrt orCfccc -
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