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Gfo Nebraska. Indopondcrtt FEBRUARY 22, 190S Netfs Summary Horace A. Tavlor. assistant Kerro tary of the treasury, has resigned : ana will be succeeded by John II. Edwards of Ohio. The American Bar association has reaffirmed its faith in federal contro of insurance. 'A snecial session of t.h West- Vir. glnla legislature may be called to ji . - . . , uipeutjs rate regulation, west Vir ginia is suffering from discrimination by the Pennsylvania ; railway. , ' Mames W.-Alexander former presi dent of the" Equitable Life Assurance society, is seriously ill In New York Secretary- Root insists on the re tention or consular-inspectors. -Secretary Shaw rules that the Htrht ing fixtures in the old Lincoln, Neb., xeaerai building are. part of the build Conditions are such in the Russian caDinet itnat Premier Witte or . Min ister Dumovo , must, retire. ; The district mine convention . at Pittsburg declared -the office of Presi dent. Dolan to be vacant. .The committee of anthracite miners is framing demands, to be presented to the operators. The special investisatins committee of the, Ne-vs York Life Insurance com pany has. recommended that steps be taken: to .recover funds contributed to political campaign committees. . Edward Conner, former minister to China, 'says' a' show of force should be made in the Far East by the United States. William DeGroft, a banker of Mon ticello, 111., hanged himself. . The grand jury was on the eve of' inquir ing into an alleged shortage of $70,000. James Brady, known as "Jack the Stabber," has been pronounced sane . by noted alienists of St. Louis, where Brady stabbed a score of women. The directors of the Union Pacific declared a semi-annual dividend of 3 per cent on the common stock. This is an increase of one-half of one per cent as compared with the last semi annual declaration. John Mitchell, president of the United Mine Workers, denied a state ment: made by Patrick Dolan, presi dent, of the Pittsburg district to the effect that Mitchell had declared him self satisfied with a renewal of the present agreement between miners and operators. Efforts will be made to extradite Andrew Hamilton, the agent for life insurance companies, who is now in Europe. He is accused of retaining $1,000,000 for Which he has not properly accounted. Clement Armand Fallieres succeeded Loubet as president of France. Archbishop Glennon of the Catholic anchdiocese of St. Louis announced that a cathedral to cost $2,000,000 will be erected in that city, State funeral of King Christian was held at Raskilde, Denmark. Cablegrams from Methodist mission aries in China indicate no fear of an uprising there. President Dolan of, the Pittsburg district miners' association in a state ment scores President Mitchell for his methods. Stuyvesant Fish resigned from the Mutual Life investigating committee. Iowa house passed a bill barring toy pistols and firecrackers. - "Receiver asked for "Electric Mule" company in Cincinnati. rat system at University of Wis consin being investigated. . Collapse of Bank of America showed F. E. Creelman "high financer" in Chicago. Coroner, held Chauffer Roscoe Pen nock for the death of Arthur Ritter at Chicago. . New $1,000 saloon license ordinance recommended by committee of coun cil in Chicago. : J. Ogden Armour declared packers showed Commissioner Garfield books by advice of attorney, i Secretary Singleton showed Mayor Pirates Pera-Mo C AV. ( ( ADMIRAL'S WORDS CARRY WEIGHT. one of the best REAR-ADMIRAL HICHBORN Is known admirals nf mir nnw ui3 statement concerning Peruna will have much weight as it goes out into the world. What ho says is echoed by many other naval officers of high standing. WHAT THE ADMIRAL SAYS. Navy, Philip Hichborn, Rear-Admiral United States writes from Washington, D. C. as follows: "After the use of Peruna for a short period, I can now cheerfully recommend your valuable remedy to any one who is in need of an invigor ating tonic." Philip Hichborn. AN EVERPRESENT FOE. The soldier and the sailor are especially subject to catarrh in some form or phase. Exposed as they are to constant changes, subject as they are to various vicissitudes, and alt kinds of climate, wet and dry, night and day, they find catarrh to be their most insidious and everpresent foe. In the barracks and on the field, Peruna is equally efficacious. Taken at once after exposure, it should prevent catching cold. .."'-, PE-RU-NA A RELIABLE REMEDY. 1 . 1 . Atten a cold has become established, Peruna will break it up as quickly as any other remedy known. Even after a cold has become settled in some organ of the body, Peruna can bo relied upon to promptly dispel it. Peruna will relieve catarrh, whether acute or chronic, but a few doses taken in the first stages of the disease will bo more effective than when the disease has become chronic." ' ' If you suffer from catarrh in any form, do not neglect it. Take Peruna at ene'e. Delays in such matters are dan gerous. CHRONIC CATARRH OF THROAT. j "I was troubled with catarrh of the throat particularly, and suffered considerably as a result thereof for a period of about five years, and my general health was affected. ; 1 SOUGHT CHANGE OF CLIMATeT" "Three years ago I was forced to give up business, and took up my residence in the Western country, looking for relief in change of climate as well as a change in the method of treatment for my ailment. ' RELIEF IN PE-RU-NA. "After much expense, both here and in the West. I was in duced by a friend to try Peruna. I continued the use of it for about five weeks, at the end of which time I returned to New York, both well and happy." Win. H. Switzer, 825 E, 83rd street, New York City. USED PE-RU-NA IN HIS FAMILY. "I have used Peruna in my family with very satisfactory results for the last two years. Besides I have recommended it to all whom I think are in need of it. "I urge all who are afflicted to buy a bottle and begin it use at once. I have never heard of any who have used it to be dissatisfied with the results." Frank W. Harris box iaoiu viiy, v a., memoer A. . & A, M. 1 A TYPICAL TESTIMONIAL. Mr- J- H. Galbraith, 890 West Second Ave., Columbus Ohio, writes: 'a ' , ..'V " - . "I have been a sufferer of catarrh of the stomach and kid neys for seven years. Doctors did me no good, and after tak ing. Peruna for six months, at intervals, I believe I am cured. My appetite returned, I sleep ell and work every day. I always have it in the house.','. . . - No remedy ever yet devised has received such unstinted eulogy from so man, renowned statesmen and military men as Peruua. . : . : '. . ' - " ', . . - - We have on file thousands of testimonials like those civea above. We can give our rpadprs nniv n o.iim i.r- cuuwibemenw ui. nartman isrecirin2. Dunne policy games exist in Chicago ironworkers to vote on general strike against American Bridge com pany. , Four hundred Omaha women voiced their indignation at the ver dict in the case of Pat Crowe. The supreme court . rendered a de cision bearing on rate discrimination. Opinion condemns railways for acting, both as coal dealers and common carriers. Testimony taking in the suit to oust the trust oil companies was begun at St. Louis. , . Russia has not yet withdrawn her troops from Chinese territory. i ne interstate commerce commis sion 'has ordered an inquiry , on oil rates. , " . President Roosevelt, in transmitting the report of the canal commission, argues in favor of a lock waterway. Petitions against Reed Smoot from women of California and Colorado were presented in the senate. A - The house passed a bill prohibiting gambling in territories. Germany refuses to meet France half way in a Morocco compromise. -Police took part ; in dissolving the Hungarian cabinet. ,v; delegates at.Algeciras see little prcspect of an agreement. When IV riling to Advertisers Please Mention The Independent. Mr. and Mrs. Ni eft for the south, their ultimate des tination being Havana, Cuba. Pat Crowe was released at Council Bluffs on bail furnished by relatives Further arrests have been made in connection with the Steuneaberg as-' sassination.. htelfnit?cl tates suPreme court granted a stay m the contempt case of Senator Patterson of Colorado. Sud for a yar's subscription to The. IndeDendent anH . ( Berpe't book, "The' Free Pass Bribery I '.. Ce as a:Premium. This offer will remain but a short time.