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NO It FOLK NEWS : FRTDA1 , JULY 7 , 1M5.
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July wet and cool In Nebraska ? It
In verily BO.
The corn , too , would have liked a
fit day In which to colobtato.
He as pat i lot le as you can without
yourself or your
llimla seems In a mood to create iv
Fourth of July of her own to celebrate.
In tlu > faeo of It nil NolmiHU'H fertile -
tile poll IB on duly and promlnlng
hanest of no menu | uoporlloii8.
Odessa has Just about convinced the
loading nubile that It IH tlm only place
nn the map worthy of attention.
If the lalns will lint ohHorvo that
this Is July and a dry mouth the corn ,
and the people growing corn , will ho
Mr Wallace has now boon hoard
fioiu and It Is possible that the Amer
ican public will now consider the In-
It IR a season that has been doc.ld-
odly discouraging In " > particulars ,
especially In the celebration of the
Fourth of July.
If you have nothing woiso than a
headache and a tired feeling you may
we'll bo thanliful. Some people are
IncMng heads to ache.
H la fortunate for Ilnssla that some
other force was at hand and eompo
tent to step In and say to the mull
neers that they must behave.
lloozo Is not the solo Inspiration to
Fourth of July enthusiasm and those
wlio arc sober will bo In hotter condl
lion to note the things that Interest
H would all bo more glorious If I he
terrible fifth could bo eliminated
TCacb. Individual , by regulating hlf
Fourth may , However , reduce mo ier
rors of the fifth.
With the sample that Norfolk has
given on the day preceding the Fourtl
It Is probable that few who wore litho
the city will care to miss the main
"If at tlrst you don't succeed , try
tr in , " is applicable to almost any
ontoi prising body but a Fourth of
July committee. They cannot try
ngaln for a year.
John Paul Jones' funeral was not
delayed for expected relatives , but be
cause his remains wore not obtainable
for the ceremony. Ho will bo burled
with all honors 105 years after lila
It would bo a novel experience to
have a crow on a United States war
boat In open mutiny against the coun
try , but It would bo Interesting to ob-
Herve bow soon the crow would bo
brought Into subjection.
Rockefeller Is Hablo to persist In
bestowing his "tainted" wealth until
Home of those who are radically op
posed to receiving any of'hls profits
nrlso in their might and throw him
out of the country bodily.
The dainty and patriotic Fourth of
July maiden with her white dress and
handsome appearance was rather a
rarity on this occasion of the nation's
birthday celebration. Warm lined
raincoats were more In evidence.
The Knlaz Potemklne Is only anoth
er of the worries of the czar and bis
tottering empire. A government that
cannot take care of one mutinous war
ship may have claims to greatness ,
but they do not Ho in her power to
flght or diplomatically settle a mutiny.
Politicians are not expected to wait
for the Hay funeral before they begin
discussing his probable successor to
the oillce of secretary of state. In-
nsrnuch as President Roosevelt ap
points , however , it will probably be
just as well to await his announce
Tomorrow is the day that every loy
nl American observes In some manner
or other , and largo numbers of then
will enjoy the holiday In Norfolk
where events worth their while are
on the tapis.
Bixby is In favor of enforcing the
nntl-spitting ordinance in Lincoln , bu
declares that first preference should
be iven the common street loafer b >
the officere , rather than the trausien
; ucflt < of the city , who may not have
icoil Informed of the law ,
I'lofddent HooHovoll IH certainly
lot having a cabinet of officials that
MI Joy monotonously long terms. No
loonor does ho have the situation np-
mrontly cleared than ho has a vacan
cy facing him or a change to ho made.
Hungary IR now trying to attiact a
xluuo of attention In the field of gov-
nrnmontal dlHlui banco. It may mtc-
reeil If It can show a hotter hand than
that of RiiHsIa , Japan , Norway , or
Sweden , otherwise It had just about
IIH well sober down.
I'lollmluarloH to peace negotiations
aio now ended and the matter of par-
foci Ing an armistice IR under way ,
all of which should ho encouraging to
the Russians who have boon losing on
all sides and all kinds of deals. It In
up to the peace envoys now to con
duct the thing to a gratifying finish.
If ( hero are any more troubles that
can come up out of HiiKsIa to bother
ho c'/ar his majesty would undoubt-
< dly bo pleased to know what form It
night lake. Ho IH entitled to bollovo
hut he IIIIH gone the limit , but there
nay ho now and Rtrango dlHonlon ) In
ho future that ho now known not of.
1'olltloH will now begin to liven np
i hit. With the natal day patrlotloal ;
y observed , It IH the next duty of
ho elll/on to sco that the right men
no placed In nomination and elected
to olllco. The time for the caucuses ,
Militaries and elections will soon lib
in band , and It IH just as well that
hat the process of viewing the Held
H now thinoughly douo.
A Fourth of July that not only
draws moisture but threatens snow
In not desirable , seasonable , ptollt-
able nor onjoyahlo and If something
bettor cannot bo put on the program
In future Fourths of July Micro will
bo a protest , loud and long from a
patriotic people and a multitude of
enthusiastic youngsters who dislike
exceedingly to have their ardor damp
Omaha claims that Juno of this
year was a 12 per cent bettor building
mouth than the same month last year ,
which wan declared to bo excellent.
The progress that has been made In
the state's metropolis has been to a
certain extent duplicated In other
towns of the state , and with a more
favorable season It Is not doubted but
Hint Itvnnlil liuvn ntininnnliml Hm
A London collector has been of
fered $ l.noo for a copy of the first
edition of Shakospearo's "Richard
III. " If modern authors could but
command such a price there would be
an Incentive to turning out novels that
would not penult a single complaint
of lack of endeavor. H may bo fortunate -
tunato that Shakespeare is dead , H
would never do for a live man to re-
cclvo suel recognition.
If the flght for the heading off of
the Great Northern by preventing the
crossing of the Wlnnobago reservation
Is done in the Interests of Omaha , ex
cluslvely , it Is possible that It will
not moot with unqualified success.
The government Is not of the sort
hat cares for the selfish Interests of
oininnnltlos or people and will have
lothlng to do with a deal to make
Omaha's doslros a realization.
All that remains of the Russian nav-
power that is entitled to the name
> f navy Is the Black sea fleet consist-
ug of six battleships , nine cruiser ?
and a number of gunboats and torpe-
lo boats ranging from ninety to 1,221
ons. If the Terrorist movement at
alns the proportions Its leaders desire
sire , this portion of the navy wll
probably also join its kindred out o
reach of the czar's government.
With all of the cxcltoment out o
the way It Is again pertinent to ge
down to business and see that condj
lions promising a reasonable degrei
of prosperity for the fall and white
are maintained. The crops arc prom
Islng their full share of effort and If
the people will now do what they can
toward maintaining active conditions ,
one of the best and most prosperous
winters north Nebraska has ever
known will bo realized.
It appears that the mutinous crow
aboard the Russian battleship Knlaz
Potemklno were no better or braver
fighters than those on the boats which
Admiral Togo placed out of business
They might have given the loyal
squadron a merry time of It had they
desired. But dodging looked bettor
to them than having the vessel sunk
and members of the crow strung np.
They were probably not even assured
that the hanging would not follow ,
There Is a new and grievous com
plaint lodged against the automobiles
In the east. H is now charged that
they assist In the spread of the gypsy
moth In Massachusetts by ( stopping
under the , Affected trees , npt for
iiiothH , but for rent and shnilo. Then
the nprlghtly animal cllmlm aboard
mil IH whlRked to a now RCOIIO of ac
tivity With a few more mieh charges
lodged agalimt the automobile , old
Dobbin may again come Into bin own
nnd ho the teal thing , though why the
minm complaint could not he made
ngalnst him IB not stated.
The Chinese authorities nro do >
elared to ho sincere In their efforts
to overcome the boycott condition that
the good will of America may not bo
placed In jeopardy. It In hoped , on
thin side , that they may succeed.
There Is no disposition on the patt of
AmerlcaiiH to have trouble with the
Chinese , but If trouble does cotno It
fhim probable that America
not bo the worst sufferer. On a
war or peace footing It IH not possi
ble that tills country will knuckle un
der to the people of the Klowory king
If America should meet the Chinese
IRRUO with a boycott of the llrecrack-
ois made In that country about Fourth
of July time , It IH baioly possible that
ho Chinese merchants and manufac-
uioi'H might find that thorn wan more
OHS than profit In the campaign they
lave undertaken. It may safely bo
lelloved that the Cblncso Imports to
: ! IH | country are In excess of Ameri
can exports to China. A prohibitive
July would act as effectually as a
lioycott and inilto as convincing to
It Is announced that another airship
has been made to fly , but the people
who have been waiting for a practical
machine for the use of those not expert -
pert aeionauts , have yet to wait.
They realize , however , that Rome was
not built In a day and neither was an
airship , practical or Impractical.
What the experts are doing may some
day lead up to a perfect machine , and
the harder they work the sooner it
may ho rcall/ed , but It Is not possible
that any now living will sco the day
that the airship becomes an ordinary
moans of conveyance.
It Is quite apparent that Russia has
a manner of repotting things adjusted
ami quieted before the facts aio In
entire Justification of such reports.
This Is done , without a doubt , to give
the people of that troublous country
the Impression that all Is orderly and
well , ami It may he taken for that by
them , but the civilised people of the
other countries of the earth ave begin-
clou on any report that peace and so
briety and harmony prevail In Russia.
They will have to bo shown in the fu
ture when the c/ar repot18 everything
lovely in his empire.
The situation in Russia seems to
o growing steadily and decidedly
erse In splto of the assertions that
ilngs are coming along satlsfactor-
y to the government. There Is found
; > bo a considerable difference bo-
ween the situation as It exists , and
he stories. The reported surrender
f the mutineers on the Knlaz Potem-
, lne , for instance , turns out to bo any-
hlng but facts. On the contrary It
as been found necessary to disarm
ho other ships of the fleet , discon
nect the machinery and place the
TOWS ashore. Nothing but a most
erlous situation could ever prompt
uch a movement from a naval power.
In the cities and towns of the conn-
ry It Is quite the popular thing to
protest long and loud against the spitIng -
Ing on sidewalks and pavements , and
t Is a perfectly proper. It Is a need-
ess and filthy action and should be
llscouraged everywhere. In some
places there are ordinances and laws
o prevent the action , but complaint
s made that they are not enforced.
Really It should not be necessary to
Itave such laws. The average spltter
usually has plenty of time to proceed
to the edge of the walk and leave his
expectoration in the ditch. Common
decency should Influence such action.
Patches and puddles of tobacco taint
ed moisture arc not becoming and
where women's skirts sweep through
they are positively outrageous.
There Is more catarrh In this sec
tion of the country than all other dis
eases put together , and until the last
few years was supposed to be Incur-
ablo. For a great many years doctors
pronounced It a local disease and pre
scribed local remedies , and by con
stantly falling to cure with local treat
ment , pronounced It Incurable. Sci
ence has proven catarrh to be a con
stitutional disease and therefore re
quires constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure , manufactured by F. J.
Cheney k. Co. , Toledo , O. , Is the only
constitutional cure on the market. It
Is taken internally in doses from 10
drops to a teaspoonful. It acts direct
ly on theb lood and mucous surfaces
of the system. They offer one hun
dred dollars for any case It falls to
cure. Send for circulars and testimo
nials. Address : F. J. Cheney & Co. ,
Toledo , Ohio.
Sold by druggists , 7Ec.
Take Hall's family pills for consti
President Newman of the Lake
Shore IR quoted an saying thnt "a
i'ory fast train ptoperly handled IH [
very bit an nnfo as u nlowor train
3Mii bo. " It Is posfllblo , hut the Iron-
lilo may ho to take care of the proper
handling. A slow train requires care
nnd u nicety of adjUHttnent but It
would seem that the nnmo require
ments for a fast train would ho much
moro difficult to moot. Mr. Newman
wan compelled to Ray something , how
ever , when that olghtcen-honr sche
dule was resumed , nnd thin was por-
hups as strong an ho could make It.
There may ho very little difference In
riding to death nt an eighteen and
twenty hour gait , but somehow It Is
qnlto human to expect greater chanc
es of dodging calamity at a slower
rate of Rpeod. There never wore as
many people killed by ox team as
there have been by automobiles since
the latter were Invented , but the
American people will not consent to
trade the now meaiiB of conveyance
for the old.
A Smooth Article.
When you find It necessary to use
salve use DoWltt's Witch Hazel salvo
It Is the purest , and best for sores ,
nuns , bolls , cc/ema , blind , blooding ,
telling or protruding piles. Got the
; onulno DoWltt's Witch Hazel salvo.
Sold by Asa K. Leonard.
11 brave the storms of Chllkoot Pass ,
I'll cross the plains of frozen glass ,
d leave my wife and cross the sen ,
Rather than ho without Rocky Moun
The Klesan Drug Co.
Say , maybe John D. Rockefeller Is
not proving himself fit to succed good
old Andrew Carnegie. Look at that
$10,000,000 ho bus given for the pur
pose of promoting higher education In
the United States ! With a few moro
gifts of that nature ho will rank high
among the philanthropists of the
country. Hut the people cannot help
but bollovo that ho would bo doing
just as well If he took less from their
pockets and gave less. Ho takes from
all and gives to the few , besides get
ting credit for generosity that ho Is
not strictly entitled to. The people
who have boon buying oils and gaso
lines for years ; the companies that
have boon forced to the wall , nnd the
workmen who have helped accumu
late the pile deserve at least a share
of credit for this donation represent
ing a few weeks income of the oil
A pertinent topic for the considera
tion of the Norfolk city council and
me mat wouiit nave me approval 01
i largo majority of the tax-payers ,
would be nn ordinance forbidding the
use of the blank cartridge pistol and
the giant firecracker. The Fourth of
July just passed has given evidence
nf several violations of the privilege
and It is the several accidents that
will govern those who use discretion.
"Safe and sane" Fourths arc being
enforced everywhere and Norfolk
should not be the last to speak In
their favor. The blank pistol and the
cannon cracker nre needless nnd dan-
geious luxuries. Less than a genera
tion ago the youngsters had just as
glorious a Fourth with paper cap pis
tols nnd a few smnll crackers , nnd the
celebrator of the future cnn hnve just
as much fun as they If the law says
he must be restrained. It Is not much
of a step from the blank cartridge pistol
tel to the blank shot gun , and surely
this step would be vigorously objected
to. While the mood Is on the coun
ell should pass nn ordlnanco that will
protect , to some extent , life , property
and ear drums.
In the death of Secretary of State
John Hay America loses one of the
'oremost ' diplomats of his day am
age , and it is a particularly sad blow
to this young republic that has but
recently made nn enviable place for
Itself In the world's diplomatic circles
Perhaps no man In recent years has
had more of an Influence than Mr ,
Hay in forwarding the interests o
the country In directions where the
people most desired that they should
be placed to the forefront. The people
ple first learned of Mr. Hay's value
when , as nmbnssador to the court of
St. Jnmes , he did work that was ex
tremely creditable to himself and the
American people ; then as secretary
of state ho moved along in diplomacy
In a manner that bespoke the favor of
the entire civilized world. A number
of Intricate and delicate cases were
sntlsfactorily adjusted nnd all notions
coming from his office were heartily
approved. He made an especially
clever settlement of the Spanish-
American differences nnd In other
ways has endenred himself to the
American public and the administra
tion. Ills place will be one difficult to
There is no cnse of Indigestion , dys-
pepsin or stomach trouble that will
not yield to the digestive and strength
ening Influence of Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure. This remedy takes the strain
off the stomach by digesting what you
eat and allowing it to rest until it
grows strong again. Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure affords quick and permanent re
lief from indigestion and all stomach
troubles , builds up the system and so
nirltlcs that dlscaHO can not attack
itul gain a foothold as when in n
weakened condition. The constantly
Increasing ' use nf Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure by physicians of hospital and.
general practice of Itself tolls how
this wonderful modern discovery has
proven to bo the greatest dlgestant for
the alleviation of a suffering human
ity. I . ItR many cures of both children
and adults grows larger day by day.
Sold by Asn 1C. Leonard.
The greatest system ronovntor. Re-
stoics vitality , regulates the kidneys ,
liver nnd stomach. If Holllstor's
Rocky Mountain Tea falls to cure get
your money back. That's fair. 35
cents , tea or tablets.
The Klesau Drug Co.
The World-Herald Is alarmed at
the tendency to "militarism" In the
country , Its suspicions being aroused
by the fact that the choir boys of a
church have taken to drills and mili
tary tactics. There Is no cause for
mmedlato alarm. Hoys of every ago
nnd every clime are enthusiastic ad
mirers of the military , they could not
10 true patriots If they wore other
wise , but that does not mean thnt they
will flght nt the drop of the hat. Mod
ern churches as well ns schools have
earned that IIOVH will do things that
afford thorn pleasure and If pleasure
can bo combined with Instruction
wherein Is the hnrm ? Certainly there
has 'been nothing that will take the
place of military tactics in promoting
grnce , henlth , discipline nnd other de
sirable trnits , nnd ninety-nine boys
out of every hundred are ambitious to
handle n gun nnd hold membership In ,
such a company. It never has hurt
the country In the past to have the
boys so trained nnd It is not possible
that there will bo hnrm to come from
it in the future. There nre other
nmusemonts than military drills for
the boys , but Is it certain that any are
bettor nnd more worthy of the patron
age of the church ?
Three Good and Just Reasons.
There nre three reasons why moth
ers prefer One Minute Cough Cure :
First , it Is absolutely hnrmless ; second
end , It tastes good children love It ;
third , It cures coughs , croup nnd
whooping cough when other remedies
fall. Sold by Asn K. Leonnrd.
Coiibtipntlon and piles are twins.
They kill people inch by inch , snp life
away every day. Holllster's Rocky
Mountain Tea will positively euro you.
No euro no pay. " > 5 cents , tea or tab
lets. The Klesau Drug Co.
Bilious Dill wns nc
And was much debilitated.
People said he had consumption.
Thnt was everyone's presumption.
iVhen he learned whnt was the mntter
Bill made nll _ the doctors scatter.
Now he Is his own adviser ,
Swexirs by Little Early Risers.
The famous little " '
pills "Early Risers'
ure constipation , sick headache , bll-
ousness , etc. , by their tonic effect on
.ho liver. They never gripe or sicken ,
jut impnrt cnrly rising energy. Good
or children or adults. Sold by Asa
ATCHISON GLOBE SIGHTS.
When a Gorman gets stubborn ,
Ipotentlaries won't do any good.
Most women know that if they do
not behave , men will talk about them.
We may not have much taste , but
we prefer Arkansas peaches to Call
There nre times in every man's life
when he would like to go out on n
wild piairie , nnd howl , nnd howl , nnd
howl , but the most of them don't nd-
When n mnn loafs around for yenrs ,
and wenrs good clothes , nnd always
has Idle time on his hands , see If he
Is not treasurer of his lodge- ; that may
be the explanation.
Most men are willing for their sick
wives to become Christian Scientists ,
because It is cheaper than the old
way , and the average man doesn't
think his wife is very sick.
The coming manager of railroads
will recognize the importance of get
ting people home nt the enrllest mo .
ment. Ever notice how n tenm will I
travel when it is headed toward homo ?
It is the snmo with people , nnd it
makes them nngry to hnve a train i
When a bnll team wins , the mem
bers ride home on the front seats of
the street cars , nnd smoke cigarettes
on the way. But when they lose , they
walk home the back way , and chew
plug tobacco. Much as people ad
mire Earl Green , If ho should make a
bad play , people would watch him
burn at the stale , and cheer.
An Atchison woman has an only
child , a daughter. The daughter has
been the joy of the woman's life ever
since her birth , fifteen years ngo.
Lntely the mother said to an Intimate
friend : "O something dreadful has
happened ! Margnrot Is becoming boy
struck ! " You may laugh , but It is no
laughing matter. This experience ,
and every mother has It , Is one of
the real tragedies of life.
Tupelo , Miss. , July 6. Baptists
from all parts of Mississippi have
gathered here , the occasion being the
annual state convention of the denom
ination. Dr. H. F. Sproles of Vlcks- A
burg IB presiding over the convention ,
which la attended by about 300 dele
gates. i Many prominent dl nea and
lay 1 speakers will bo heard during the
Unco days' sessions.
Noted Swindler May Come Here ,
Paris , July 3. Romnm Durlgnac ,
brother of Mine. Humbert and one of
those convicted with her In connec
tion with the gigantic Humbert
frauds , will bo released from Fresno
prison tomorrow. Ho has complet
ed the entire term of his Impris
onment , the minister of the Interior
having refused to make any allow
ance for good conduct. For some tlmo
Durlgnac has devoted all of his lol- *
sure tlmo to the study of English and '
It IB believed to bo hla Intention to
emigrate to the United States.
Georgia Lawyers Meet.
Warm Springs , Ga. , July C. Law
yers of prominence from all parts of
the state are gathered here for the
twenty-second annual mooting of the
Georgia Bar association which will
be In session durlng _ the next two
days. President A. P. Persons , of
Talbotton , will preside over the BOB- y
slons and the annual address will be
delivered by Hon. J. C. Mctteynolds ,
assistant attorney general of the Unit
THE RUSSIAN SHIP KNIA2 PO-
TEMKINE IN PORT.
ASKS MEDICAL ATTENDANCE *
The Mutineers Demanded That the
Authorities Guarantee Their Safety _
While the Ship Is in the Port Black
Theodosla , July 5. The Russian
battleship Kniaz Potemkine arrived
hero today and asked for coal , provi
sions and medical attendance. The
mutineers demanded that the author
ities guainntee their safety during the
ship's stny here.
BLACK SEA SQUADRON.
Arrives at Sevastopol Today From
Sevastopol , July 5. The Black Sea
squadron under Rear Admiral Kruger
returned here today from her second :
voyage to Odessa. The squadron In
cluded the battleship Gcorgi Poblcdon-
KOCH TRIAL TODAY '
New Witnesses Will Appear in Third'
Murder Trial of Dentist.
Now Ulm , Minn. , July C. Deputy-
Sheriff Bntst has finished subpoenaing-
witnesses for the defense In the Koch
trial , which is to open at Mankato to
day. Koch is charged with the mur
der of George Gcbhardt , competitive-
dentist of New Ulm , by striking him
with a hammer. He was tried twice
before but both times the juries could
There will be some new testimony
relative to the ownership of the ham
There will be no change in the at
torneys for the defense and it is not
probable that there will be any ma
terial change In the force of attorneys
for the state.
When you find anything , and don't
know whose it is , let the public know
about it In the "Found" columns of
The News. Likely the person who-
1 lost It , will read the paper. Whoever
It may be , he or she will undoubtedly
are caused by Indigestion. If you eat a
little too much , or if you are subject to
attacks of Indigestion , you have no doubt
had shortness of breath , rapid heart beats ,
heartburn or palpitation of the heart
Indigestion causes the stomach to
i expand swell , and puff up against the
heart This crowds the heart and interferes -
' feres with its action , and in the course of
time the heart becomes diseased.
digests what you eat , takes the strain oft
of the heart and contributes nourishment ;
strength and health to every organ of th ;
body. Cures Indigestion , Dyspepsia , Sour
Stomach , Inflammation of the mucous
membranes lining the Stomach and Diges
tive Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh
of the Stomach.
After eatlne , my food would dtttress m by m kn !
my heart palpitate and I would beeoma yery weak.
Finally Uot a bottle of Kodol and It cave me Immo-
ilkte relief. After uslnc a few bottles 1 am cured.
MRS. LORINQ NICHOLS , Penn Van. N. Y.
I had stomach trouble and was In a bad stats as I
had heart trouble with It. 1 took Kodol Dyspepsl *
Curt ( or about four months and It cured me.
1 O. KAUDLK. NoTtda , O.
Ditfests What You Eat
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