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6 DAILY TRAINS
8.25 PM THE OVERLAND LIMITED
APPOINTMENTS IN A MUDDLE
Ac'ion of Congre's Maksi Many Important
Office i Vacant.
WAR DEPARTMENT HOPES TO FIND WAY
aaaaeaterl that There Will Re Jaa
perceptible I.apae of Time Between
' Seaaloa Which Mar Help
and Joseph C. Fearl. former business part
tier of Mr. Moody. Senator Penrose and
Representative Bingham of Pennsylvnnia
greeted the party when they oame ashore
at 10 o'clock.
Tha marine corps was drawn up to re
ceive the aecretary. who van welcomed by
Admiral Blgabee. Mr. Moody made a brief
Inspection of tha navy yard and proceeded
to Cramp's shipyard, where he wltneed
the launching of the tug M. 8. Quay of tha
Harbor Masters' department, later return
ing to League Island. -
MISSISSIPPI TRICKS STEAMERS
an II A riaall train ta CltlRWA. COaTlfmrt-
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Klaotrla Maui tnrooitiioni.
8.00 AM THE ATLANTIC EXPRESS
Pnllmaa tonrlfit ulaaplBC eara and coachaa, DtnlBf
Mri mm (roai Clinton.
5.50 FM THE EASTERN EXPRESS
Pullman 4raHnff-mniB a.nr1 tourist alp1ii wn,
fraw racltntnc ehalr arm, trnfet Ubimry ftftd atnotuac
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CITY TICKET OFFICE.
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Charges Less Than
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In tiia treatment of a'.l forms of diseases
of men only. .38 years' experience, 18 years
The diK-tur's remarkable success hat
linver been equaled. II In resources and
lau'llltie for treating thin cIhss of disnuxe-s
ar tinllmlted and every day bring many
flattfring reporla of the good he la dulng,
or the n-ller he has given.
HOT SPRINGS TRfATMENT f OR
All tSlnod PolfKMis.- No "BRKAKINQ OUT
WABfllNUTtJN. Dec. .-fBy the manner
of adjourning house today the extra sea
slon of the Flfty-Klghth congress will ex
pire by constitutional limitation Monday,
when the regular session will begin. This
eliminates the possibility, of a recess be
tween the two - sessions and v opportunity
for the president to revive his civil and
military recess appointments..- : Such ap
pointments as have not been confirmed by
the senate during tha extra sessions must
be renewed simply In the form of nomlna
lions, which In effect are but recommenda
tions and do not become effective In any
case until confirmed by the senate.
In effect this action will reduce General
Wood from his present rank of major
general, to which the senate has not con
firmed him, to tha rank of brigadier gen
eral, which he held prior tp August last.
It also will demote, In like manner, 1(77
army officers, who wera promoted respect
ively to All the vacancies caused by tha
promotion of General Wood.
The Important civil appointments affected
Include William D. Crum, aa collector of
customs at Charleston, B. C: Charlea P.
McClelland, aa a member of the board of
general appraisers of merchandise at New
Tork, and T. V. McAllister of Vlcksburg,
Miss., as receiver of public moneys, all of
whom are serving under recess appoint
ments, the efect being to vacate their pres
Iloaae stands on Dignity.
As Collector Crum's recess appointment
bar thus been terminated and the situa
tion in the senate has been auch that his
con'rmatlon Is despaired of, the collector-
ship of the port of Charleston will remain
acant until the expiration of tha next
session of congress unless the president
selects someone else for. the place and the
nomination is confltmed by the senate.
While no official representation haa been
made by the senate to the house, several
Informal conferences have been held be
tween the leading republican aenators and
Speaker Cannon. In these conferences, the
speaker has stated that the house had no
constitutional authority over executive ap
pointments or confirmations, and that If the
creation of a recess was necessary to take
care of such matters, tha senate rhould
have taken official action looking to' ad
Journment of the special session by concur
rent resolution. In the absence of such
movement, the speaker said he should not
Interfere In any way In th"e expiration of
the extra session by constitutional limits.
All of the nominations,, Including army,
navy and civil appointments made by
President Roosevelt during the extra ses
sion' and which have not been confirmed
by the senate, will have to be renewed at
the regular " session. It Is expected that
those nominations will be transmitted by
tha president Monday next.
At the War department, the cfflctals are
not quite so clear In their minds as to
the exact status of the military officers.
Whose nominations hava failed of confirma
tion. There Is a disposition to take the
point of view that between tha expiration
of the present -session and the beginning of
the -egular session there will necessarily
be an appreciable but practically Indefi
nitely smull period of time where there Is
no session and consequently congress Is
technically In recess, and It would be
within the power of tha president at tny
time after Monday r.oon to make rtcess
appointments to continue during the i.eit
session until otherwise disposed of. '.."he
officials are not united as'.yet In their view
upon this point,- but -the new nominations
which are now being made out at - tha
War department to replace those which
lapsed are all to be dated as of the time
the vacancy occurred. It r.eems poasible
that the complex question Involved may
require the decision of the attorney general.
By aaadea Ckaage at (aaasrl the
River Pats Three at Them
ST. LOt'IS. Dec. 5. By a sudden change
of the channel of the Mississippi river at
Belma, Mo., thirty-five miles below here,
three large steamers on their way to St.
Louis were caught In the old channel aa
the water receded and are now hard
aground. One of the ateamers, the City of
Memphis, la bound from Waterloo, Ala.,
with a cargo of 45.000 bushels of peanuts.
Tha other boats are the Chester and the
Dolphin, The United States lighthouse
steamer Lily today went to their assist
ance. Passengers were landed at Salem
and continued to Bt. Loula by rail.
DUCAL ' KIDNEYS TROUBLING
Report Is that the Mlarkratar cloa
Is tadergolagr Repairs la Las.
NEW TORK, Dec. 8. Despite statements
from his castle that he Is only suffering
from a severe cold, the duke of Manchester
Is reported. In a dispatch to the American
from London, to be seriously 111 and con
fined to his bed. One rumor la to tha effect
that his condition haa been . pronounced
grave; that he is suffering from an ad
vanced form of kidney disease.
Instead of b1ng at his ccntle In Ireland,
It Is declared the duke la In a private Lon
don sanitarium under treatment by special
ists. The duchess, who was Miss Zimmer
man of Cincinnati, Is with him.
an the aktn or race ana mi external aiitns
f the disease disappear at once.
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' OMAHA '
REYES IN THE BLUE PARLOR
Roosevelt fa Cordial ta Colamhlaa,
Though tatlnaatlaar Clearly that
There Is N Hope.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 6. Oeneral Rafael
Reyes, tha special minister from Colombia,
practically initiated his mleulon when ha
called upon . President Roosevelt at tha
White House today and told him why he
had com to Washington,
General Reyes was accompanied by Sen
retary Hay, who Introduced him to the
president, and by Dr. Herran, th,a Coloni
blan charge. The presentation look lnO
In the Blue parlor, where all regular am
bassadors and 'ministers are received, out
the president Infused bo ."much cor
dlallty Into' bla greetings that this
occasion was a little out of the
ordinary. ' There wsa no exchange
of formal apeeches, though tha Colombians
were prepared to do so In caae of need.
Instead, the president greetod General
Ilryes Informally as a former acquaintance.
having met him when the general waa vis
iting the United States some time ago. In
stead of stsndlng to receive the callers.
is the case In ordinary diplomatic presents
lions, the president himself sat down and
Invited General Reyes to a seat beside him
Tha two then entered upon an animated
conversation, which touched upon some
notable exploits In General Reyea' lite, with
men the president seemed to be mora
or less familiar, and gradually drifted
'iround to the subject of General Reyes
There was no definite proposition ad
vnnced by the Colombians for the president
Intimated that the Panama problem was a
matter with which the State department
alone could properly deal. So the conver
cation on this point closed with an under
standing that General Reyea, who now re
garde hie mission aa duly launched, should
hereafter rrake any representations re
specting Panama that he cared to broach
to Secretary Hay. Nevertheleas, there was
juat enough Intimation In the president's
talk to make his callers aware that ha saw
little prospect of being able to meet their
Bsfore discharging the duties- of hla nits
slon Ueneral Reyes will make official call
on the ministers of the diplomatic corps
and will addreaa td the ambassadors' not
asking for an audience.- He will then be a
full-Hedged minister ready' for -business.
NEW YORK, Dec. (i.-Wllllam Henry
Welsh, once private secretary to President
Buchanan, Js deed at his borne here. He
was 77 years old. In 1H53 he served as an
attache of the United Rtites legation In
London, where he became Intimate with
Thackeray, Dickens, Bulwer Lytton and
Cobden. Mr. Buchanan and Mr. Welsh
were the first .diplomats who ever ap
peared at a British royal function in ordi
nary evening dress, and their action caused
much comment at the time. Since the
civil war Mr. -Welsh had conducted news-
Oldest Official la Caautry.
CHEYENNE. Wyo., Dec. 5.-(Speclal Tel
egram.) Bute . Librarian , John Slaughter
died today at the age of 96 years. He waa
appointed territorial librarian of Wyoming
In 1871 and was the oldest public official in
the United State. Deceased ' outlived his
own children, but left seven grandchildren.
ten great-grandchildren and . two great
great-grandchildren. Judge Slaughter waa
born In West Virginia, came to Colorado In
1881 and moved td ' Cheyenne in 1M7. ' He
waa the flret. Judicial officer -in thla city
and was a terror to border bandits and
criminals - of all classes. For year tha
only competitor he had was Judge' Lynch.
Black. Hills Plaaeer.
D E A D WOOD. 8. D... Deo, 5. (Special.)
A pioneer' liveryman of "Dead wood, and one
Of the early settlers -of the camp, James
Simpson, died suddenly at his barn. Ha
was 60 years, old and a native of Schles-wig-Holsteln,
Germany. He came to the
Black Hills in 187. and waa for many
years one of the proprietors of the famoua
Elkhorn corral In ' Dead wood. In later
yeara he haa conducted a small livery busi
ness in tha city, and has operated several
hack Ilnea between Deadwood and outlying
ramps. He was unmarried. The funeral is
to be held under ' tha direction of tha
Mrs. H. J. Kaadall.
IEATRICE, Neb., Dec. a (Special.)
Mrs. H. J. Randall died suddenly at her
home In thla city yesterday afternoon of
.neuralgia of the heart, aged 60 years, fche
came to Beatrice with her husband and
family In-lSSO. Her husband, three sons
and two daughters survive ber. Tha funeral
will ba held Sunday afternoon.
Twa Haaaholdt Weddlaga.
MUMBOLDT, Neb., Dec. , 5. (Special.)
John M. Broady, a young farmer living
aeveral mtlea south of thla city, was united
in marriage last evening to Miss Anna,
daughter ef Fred Bruhn, living, a short
distance esst of the city. The pair will
make their home on a farm belonging to
tha groom, near Sabetha, Kan. '
Mr. William Otto and Miss Ida Btrausa,
two well-known young people living sev
eral miles east of this city, were united
In marriage at the Evangelical parsonage
if Verdon on Wednesday, Rev, Mr.
BEATRICE, Neb., Dec. a.-tSpeclal.)
The marriage of Miss Mails Sear.', daught'
of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Sears, to Mr. Hugo
Grupe was solemnised Thursday evening
at the brlde'a home, four miles south of
Fills, Rev. Mr. Grupe, tha grwom's father,
officiating. The ceremony was followed by
a wedding dinner, prepared by eight :ady
friends of the bride. The young couple
left for a trip through Kansas. They will
make their home at Diller, Neb., where
the groom la engaged In the jewelry bual-
West Paint's Twa Wedalaas.
WEST POINT. Neb., Dec. I Special.)
John Wostrel and Miss Mary Hersinger
were united In marriage by Judge Krake
at hla office In this city Wednesday.
Immediately afterward the ceremony
which united the lives of George Konoplk
and Mlas Bertha Herxlnger waa performed
by Judge Krak.
All the young people reside near Beemer.
LAYS BLAME OX THE WHITE:
Special Agent of Indian Bureau fieporti on
INSISTS SHCnIFf WAS THE AGGRESSOR
Reprraeatatlve Msirtla of aath Dn
keta latrodarea Bill for m Re-
airrer of West Baaarlary
l.lae of the State.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, Dec. S.-lSpeclal Tele
gram.) Commissioner Jones of the Indian
bureau has received a report from Charles
McNlcholr. special agent, who was
charged with making a thorough investiga
tion of the conflict between white cltlsons
of Wyoming and a band of Sioux Indians
from the Pine Ridge reservation In Con
verse county, Wyo., October St, last. '
The report exonerates the Indians. In
fact, it holds the Wyoming sheriff's pjnsse
made a murderous attack upon a band of
few bucks, who, accompanied by their
women and children, by permission, were
bent upon visiting friends In Wyoming.'
Special Agent McNtchols says:'
"The sheriff's posso was no Sunday school
class. Cowboys and Ttiurtcnders predomin
ated In the makeup of the white party.
Several of these were entire strangers to
the original parly. Sheriff Miller did not
know whether they were men of coolnera.
Judgment and steady character. Their rec
ommendation Was that they had guns and
were willlngrto Join the party. They had
no wives and babies with them. Tiny
were a compact body. They had no wagons
or other property to lose. They had chosen
Special Agent McNIchols further says
that across the border In Nebraska he
found public sentiment almost entirely with
the Indians, though In Newcastle the public
appeared to be greatly incensed ngalnSl
the Indiana and much worked up over the
death of Sheriff Miller, who waa a popular
official. In Converse county, or rather In
Douglas, where the hearing took place,
public sentiment largely favored the Indians.
Aa to Agent Brennan, Agent McNIchols
'I regard Agent Brennan's conduct
throughout aa admirable. He went to New
castle in tho midst of the excitement and
secured the release of the prisoners illegally
held there. I heard many threats against
him, but he went wherever hla line of duty
seemed to oall him."
In conclusion, Mr. McNIchols says:
"In view of tho fnflamed state of pubTIC
sentiment, especially In Newcastle and
vicinity, extra precaution should in the
future be taken to prevent rny traveling
bands of Indians from entering that region."
Asks Boandary Reanrvey, ;
Representative Martin of South Dakota
today Introduced a bill providing for the
re-establlshment of the west boundary of
the state of South Dakota. The measure
authorises the secretary of tha Interior to
cause It to be re established and marked
by remanent and consptcuoua monuments.
The line Is between Wyoming and Montana,
an estimated distance of 126 miles. For the
purpose of carrying out the provisions of
the set' It Is provided an appropriation of
US.00O shall be made.
Dlseasa Colombia a Proposal.
The proposition to pay to Colombia
110.000,000 for a quit claim deed for Ha al
leged canal righta through the Isthmus of
Panama, which was made by Generul
Reyes ant Mr. Buchanan, has been very
generally discussed today.' The Information
got out before the State department was
ready to make the proposal public and
naturally the officials profess to know aotli-
Ing whatever of the project. It Is altogether
too early to say what the course of the
administration will be toward the project.
but it Is recognised that a payment yt
110,000.000 would be a cheap way of averting
hostilities, for even a little war wilh
Colombia would Involve an expenditure of
many times that sum. Still, It Is eusy to
understand that congress will be chary
of appropriating anything whatever foe
"tribute," although r.lwaye liberal when
funds for "defense" are required.
Brief Capital Notes.
representative Martin hus recommended
the appointment of D. E. Ward as post
master at Dell Rapids and O. H. Lacraft
at Clark, 8. D.
Mr. Victor Rosewater Is in Washington,
and waa tonight one of the many guests
at the first dinner of the season given by
the Gridiron club at the Arlington hotel.:
, Captain H. E. - Palmer of Omaha .Is in
Washington In connection with business
relating to the national soldiers' homes.
, Additional rural free delivery aervtce has
been ordered established January S at
Fairfax, Linn county, Iowa. The route
.embraces an area of seventeen square
miles and contalna a population of 4B2. .'
Rural carriers appointed: Nebraska, Ra
venna, regular. Frank E. Orvls; aubstitute,
Jessie Orvls. Iowa, Central City, regular,
Peter A. Heaton; substitute, C. S. Heaton;
Dyersvllle, tegular, Arthur D. Holbrook;
aubstitute, Francla Holbrook; WeHon, regu
lar, Roger Cooper; aubstitute, John Cooper.
South Dakota, Arlington, regular, Frank J.
Unger; substitute, Minnie B. Unger.
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ALBIA, Dec. . (Speelal.)-Fire original
Ing In the baaement of the Hocking Supply
company a store at Hocking Valley, two
and one-halt mllea southwest of this place.
at (:S laat night, totally destroyed tha
building and contents and entailing a loss
MOODY AND PAYNE CRUISING of ,b)r
I surance. It Is not known how the fire
Tha Hocking Coal company's office
Two Caeiaet Meataera, with Trie at
Ceecressssea, Visit Sarr
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. I -Secretary of
the Navy Moody toOay paid hla first vl'lt
to the League Island navy yard. He ar
riv-'d on the Vnlted States dispatch boat
Dolpaln, which left Washington yesterday.
At f o'clock tha shore batteries of the navy
yard Bred a salute of seventeen guns, to
mlUch tha Dolphin replied with thirteen
guns In honor of Rear Admiral Slgabee,
commandant of tha navy yard.
Secretary Moody waa accompanied by
Postmaster, General Payne, Congressmen
Morrrll, Adams and Butler of Pan nay 1
! Representative Mutcalf of California
adjoining the building waa alao consumed
with comparatively small loss. As soon
aa it was known that tha loss would ba
total George W. Seevers, president of tha
coal company, gathered his heads of da
partments and went to Oskaloosa, where
a complete stock of goods was purchased
during the night at a cost of 116,000. ' A
special train was secured over the Iowa
Central, and the goods taken to Hocking
Valley, and thla morning the store opened
for business. Carloads of lumber were also
secured at Oskaloosa and Albla and rushed
lo Hocking Valley and at midnight car
penters commenced erecting a temporary
structure, which waa finished before noon
today aud tha store la now ready for business,
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the Chlcago-St. Paul roada were repre
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export grain and grain products, to the
basis of 14V cents a hundred pounds from
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ADDRESS: BEE WANT DEPARTMENT, OM AH A.
Not Womanly to Suffer.
Ipatillc, Ind April 26, 1903. ,
Painful menstruation mada lift a burden for ma for over three years. I suffered untold miter at
every menstrual period, not simply bearing, down pains, but tutting, gripingt, colic, cramps, and at times
convulsions, causing me to dread the time which i knew awaited me every month. In vain had I naed a
dozen remedies, and had but little faith in Win of Cardui when my cooain advised me to take it.
You can little realize the joy whioh came over me as I gradually began to improve. Month by month
the troubles were lessened. The aeantv flow increased, gad after four months' use of Wins of Cardui 1 waa
relieved from all pain and was perfectly well.
For the past nine monthe my periods have been regular to a SjT . .
day and with no pain attending them. This speaks for itself at to vV 0X "
the value of Wine of Cardui, in my estimation. Tasuoasi, DatMsrua er nt
avaaraooa Laooa Mo. .,
The real woman is the well woman. The sick woman is less than a real woman.
Sickness is no more a duty nor a necessity for a woman than for a man. Miss Thomas .
shows how "the untold , misery " of painful menstruation and bearing down pains can
be avoided by taking Wine of Cardui. '
Wine of Cardui has cured many thousands of women who were iq the same condition as Miss Thomas.
This pure vegetable Wine, taken in the privacy of the home regulates disordered menstruation, which is the
cause of bearing down pains, ovarian pains," convulsions, nervousness and hysteria. Wine of Cardui provides
for a healthy and painless operation of menstruation at the proper intervals. And this important function
becomes a healthful benefit instead of a dreadful torture.
The health Miss Thomas today enjoys was given her by Wine of Cardui. It is your privilege to secure
health by the same treatment.
All druggists sell $1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardui. ,
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