Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1893)
.1 j . y 'yii1j
) - jsrmmmiMT yzrzz
y wmfQ' ii i i jjawjfVM
v i, "
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 1, 1893
-- iAi-lnnffcnHnr-"J-J-rrT iti i r mn fffiwuInWiit imIi i " r --, fi nn i.i -...,... , .,.. .
' .w i vTWKMmkmm9m jiuJiwiwiiaaiMMiuiCTy jt.,!RHn!n3fiBJVaeTf tt twim:? r-,r: wBMarTFJmii- m? vwsaiuiiHMHiHaMiuac r " "tt'I'
Can't Pull Qut?
Bow on the Jas. Boss Filled
Watch Cases, made by the
Keystone Watch Case Com
pany, Philadelphia; Itpnv
tects the Watch from the pick
pocket, nud prevents it from
dropping. Can only he had
vith cases stamped
' with thisTrademark.
Sold, without extra charge
for this bow (ring), through
Watch dealers only.
JsjLX.uLJ.cwccr fr pam
phlet, or Send to makers.
On Saturday, August iMUh, MIbb
Fanny 10. Slaby, whono homo 1b in Hun
saa. nbout nuvon tnllcB Routh of town,
died at tho homo ot hor ststor, Mrs. An
thony Clark, in this city. Sho hnd been
ill for novoral montliB, and cumo to Red
Cloud novornl wcokn ngo in orilor to ro.
colvo medical trcatmont. All cITortB,
howovor, woro unavailing, and on Friday
olio folt that bIio waa near tho ond and a
mcBBongor waa despatched for ltov. 10.
L. Ely, who cumo to hor bedtddu utoneo.
Sho becumo u ClirlBtlun nliout four yours
ago in Homo Bpceiitl mootiiiKB conducted
by ItuvH. lltiinnml and Jlorton and
unite'd with tho Alolhodlnl church and
had tried to maintain a Christian char
actor over iiinuo. tiuinu uncertainty
hud, howovor, uriiien in hor mind which
wan entirely removed in thin interview,
and bIio oxprenaed heruult an perfectly
at rest and willing to pugs over tho rivor.
Much of tho forenoon on Saturday, cho
spout in Dinging and conversation with
mcinborn of thofumily. Sho wns much
intorcsted also during her hiBt hourB In
tho- class of children in tho Sunday
echool of which bIio wuh tho teacher.
Tho roinainR wtro carried to her homo
on Sunday morning on account, of tho
norioiiH illness of her mother, and at ?,
o'clock tho funeral BorvicoB wero hold nt
tho 1'lousunt (Jrovo rcIiooMimibo, con
ducted by ltov. R L. Kly, n&slHtccl by
llov. Mr. Horton, nt which timo tho high
cHieom in which mio wan Hold wub
bIiuwii by tho very largo number who
followed hor remains to tho grave.
Thus, in tho very bloom of young
womanhood, bIio wuh cnllod away, but
tho testimony bIio Icnvcn bohind is uu
nBsuranco, both of her having entered a
bettor world, and of tho possibility of
meeting hor again by thoso who loved
her hero It they will follow hor oxamplo
During tho provalonco ot tho Orlppo
tho past seasons it was a nolicoablo foot
that thoso who depended upon Dr. Klng'B
Now Diacovory, not only had a speedy
rccovory, but escaped all ot tho trouble
Borao nftor olTpcls of tho malady. Thlo
remedy oeema to hnvo a protiliar powor
in fffoctlng rapid cores not only incases
of La (Iriniio, but in all diseases of
throat, eliPBt and lungs, and litis cured
cases of asthma nnd hay fovor of long
Blanding. Try it nnd bo convinced. It
won't dleoppolnt. Freo trial bottleH nt
0. Ji. Cottmg'a drug store.
From Our KxcliaiiRi'ft.
Miss Inn Uurt In a Hod Cloud visitor
today. Campboll Tress.
L. M. Orablll nnd wlfo ot Rod Cloud,
wero In tho city Sunday. Cnmpboll
W. II. Harlott, Klmor rattorBon, Jim
Patterson, John Aultz, Will Osborn, Joo
Burg. Hort Tibbols, Joo WntBon and Will
Hurt, nil nccompaniod by tlirtr Indies, nt
tondod Bolls Pros. Show at lied Cloud
ltov. Snow nnd wife went to Hod Cloud
Monday, Mrs. Snow's slater boing iiuitp
flick. Campboll Press.
Goo. Aultz nnd wife, MrB. Sears and
Mrs. Watson nltendod tho hIiow at Red
Cloud Thursday. Cnmpboll Pross.
M. W. Fuller and daughters, Mre.
Arhurmnn nnd Mrs. Inn titolp went to
lied Cloud Inst Saturday. Mr. Fuller
retnrucd Sunday but tlio Indies remnlnod
for n visit with friciuls. ltivorton Guard.
Conductor Joo Williams has n 30-day
lay-off and will spend it in company with
bio family at Hot Springs, South Dakota,
II U run is in ehargo of Conductor Ben
jamin. MoCook Tribune
Foley nud Moench run Nos. (ill and Ci
between Bed Cloud nnd Oxford and Nos.
1 11 and 112 bclweoti Bed Cloud nnd Has
tlni?p, week about. McCook Trlbuno.
lloadiuastcr MoFnrlnnd hnd h!n annual
Arkannna bannnn train out, Inst week, In
chnrgB of Conductor llonjamln, J. II.
f'onUlIn llrt assitnnt condnotor. Mo
i i i. in
Mlrvii(;lli and llcnllh.
Tf yon nro not feollns otrontr and
lioaltliy, try Electric Bitters. If La
Grippo hns left you weak and weary, use
uioctmi Hitlers, rum remedy nata ul
roctly on liver, stomauh and kidneys,
gontly aiding mono organs lo perform
their (iinotlons. If you nro nilllotod with
"flick headaohe, ypo will find speedy and
permanent relief by tuldng Klectrlo Bit
ters. One- trJul will convlnoo you that it
irt tho remedy you need. Largo bottles
on'y GOe nt O. b. Ootlhig'fl drug store,
THEY WIN DY MORE THAN A TWO
A Throng In the llouio, lloth on tli Floor
ml In tho (Inllcry Only Four Itlomlipr
of Hid Wlioln Itoll Not l'rcwnl llctnllod
Vote on tlio 10 to 1 Amendment.
WASlll.NUTON', Aug. Hi. Tho hoiiso lmi
acted on tho Bherman law nnd tlio result
Is tho repeal of tho utrcuaalng clauss
thereof by n veto of 240 aycsngnlust 110
nays. There novcr was k Inrgcr audience
in tlio chamber than tho olio which listen
ed to tho members ns they said "aye" or
"no" ns the names were called on each pro
position. Nor was there very often n
fuller house. All tho members on tho roll
except four answered to tho roll call. Tho
only business dono other than voting was
tho reading of the journal, nnd as soon us
that wns done tho order ot business ns
provided in tho order adopted nt tho com
mencement of the debate was rend by tho
clerk. Tho Wilson bill was also read.
It Is as follows: "Bo much ot tho net ap
proved July 14, 1600, lis directs tho secre
tary of tho treasury to purchase from tlmo
to tlmo silver bullion to tho aggregate
amount of 4,600.000 ounces, or so much
thereof as may be offered In each month at
tho market price thereon, not exceeding tl
for 871)1 grains of pure silver, and to Issuo
in payment for such purcuaso treasury
notes of tho United States, bo and tho
satno is hereby repealed. Hut this repeal
shall not Impair nor in any manner aiTect
tho legal tender quality of tho standard
stiver dollars heretofore colued, and tho
futth and credit of tho United States aro
hereby pledged to maintain tho parity ot
the gold and silver coin ot tho United
States nt tho present leiml ratio or such
other ratio as may be established by law."
The Six Calls on Amendment!.
In accordances with tho order referred to
nlxvo tho voting began on tho first
amendment allowed tho free colliers and
went on to each of tho others, the usults
bolugas follows: On tho first 10 to 1 ra
tio till yeas to 220 najs; second 17 to 1
mile 100 yens to 2(4 nays; thlrd-18 to 1
ratio-1IM yeas to 23U nays; fourth-l! to I
rntlo-105 yeas to 237 nays; llfth-20 to 1
ratio 1 111 yens to 222 nays; sixth to ro
enact tho lllnud-AHIson law 130 yeas to
2n nays. Every Illinois vote sava otio
was recorded on the 10 to 1 uriiuosltloii.
nnd tho six who voted yea were I'ost.l-'llli-,
mo, niiams, inline, mnrsn niui iiuuter,
Krcn Coinage ut lU-to-1 Itutlci.
The dotuilcd voto on tho amendment
providing for freo colnugeut tho ratio ot
10 to 1 was as follows:
Yeas Abbott, Altken, Alexander, Al
len, Aruold, Duller, linker ot Kansas,
Ilnuklicad, licit of Colorado, Hell ot Texas,
Bluck of Georglu, lllnncliurd. Uhind, Ilont
ner, Ilocn, Uowcr, Bowers, Branch, llretz,
Hroderlck, llrookshlre, llrynu, Ilium,
Burncs, Caminctti, Cannon of California,
Capuhart, Clark of Mltsauri, Cobb of Ala
bama, Cockrell, CofTon, Conn, Cooper of
Texas, Cox, Crawford, Culberson, Curtis
ot Kansas, Davis, Do Armond,
Denooii, Dinsaoro Dockury, Dono
van, Doollttle, Edmunds, Kills of
Kentuck, linloe, Epes, Flthlnn, Funston,
Fyan, Geary, (ioodnlght, Gnvty, Hall,
llnrrln, Hartmnn, Hatch, Hani, I lender
sou ot North Carolina, Iinlinrtn, Hook
er, Hudson, Hunter, Hutchison, Jones,
Km, Ktlgore, Kyle, Lane, Latimer, Law
ton, Lester, Livingston, Lucas, Maddux,
Mugulre, Marshall, McDearmon, Mo-
holtinn, McLaurln, McMillan, Mcltae,
Meredith, Money, Montgomery. Moreau
of Kentucky, Morgan of Missouri. Moses,
Murray, Neill, Newlands, O'Ferrnll,
l'aynter, Pence, Pendleton, Pleklcr, Post,
Illohardsou of Michigan, Ktchnrdson of
Tennessee, ltobblus, ltohcrtson, Saycrs,
Sibley, Simpson, Snodxrass, Stalling",
Btockdaln, Stoue, Strnlght, Swnujvjn,
Sweet, Tnlbert, Tnrsney, Tate, Taylor,
Terry, Turpln, Tyler, Wheslcr, Whiting,
Williams ot Illinois, William of MIsjIb-
pippl, Wilson, Woodnrd-l'.M
Nays Adntnu, Alderson, Aldrlrh, Ap
hy, Avery, llalKOck, llnkor of New lrump
nhlre, Baldwin, Barnes, llarthohlt, Batt
lott, Barwltf, lielden, Beltzhoover, Berry,
Bingham, Black of Illinois, Blair, Bnutelle,
Brnttmi, llrawlcy, Brccklurldgo of Arkjn
nai, Breckinridge, of Kentucky, Brlckner,
Uroslus, Browu, Burrows, Uynum,
Cabnnlss, Cadmus, Caldwell, Campbell,
Cannon ot Illinois, Caruth, Catching ,
Causey, Checkering, Chllds, Clancy, Clarke
ot Alabama, Cobb, Coekrau, CoKgswell,
Compton, Coombs, Coojier of Indlaua,
Cooper of Washington, Corning, Cousins,
Covert, Craln, Cummtugs, Curtis ot
New York, DaUell, Daniels, Dnvey, De
forest, Dlogley, Dolllver, Dunn, Duuphy,
Durbornw, Ellis of Oregon, English, Erd
mon. Everett, Fellows, fielder, Fitch,
Fletcher, Foruinn, Fuuk, Gardner, Gear,
Qelscnhnlner, Glllett ot New York, Gil
lette of Masinchusetts, tioldzler, Gorman,
Gresham, Grosvenor, Grout. Hocor
Hnltier, lltnts.Hnll, Hammond, Hnre.llar.
mer, uarter, llaugen, Helncr, Hayes,
Henderson ot Illinois, Henderson of Iowa,
Hendrix, Hepburn, Herman. Hicks, llil-
born, Hincsof Pennsylvania, Hltt, Hooker
ot Aew York, nopKlus ol Illinois, Hopkins
ot Pennsylvania, Houck, Houk, llullck,
Hull, Ikert, Johnson ot Indiana, John
son ot North Dakota, Johnson of Ohio,
Kieter, Joy, Lncey, Krlbbs, Laphatn, Lay
ton, Lefever, Lilly, Linton, Lisle, Lock
wood, Loud, Lottdenslagcr, Lynch, Mag
ner.Mahon.Mallory.MnrsbpMnrtlii.Marvln, -uwk.vv., AWbv...... iwwttm J.AMbllcnrj
McCultocb, McDanuold, McDowell, Mc
AicAioer, xucunu, Aicutnry, McCrenry,
Kttrlck, McGann, McKnlgh, McNnguy,
Mcloklejohn, -Mercer, Meyer, Mllllken,
Moon, More, Mutehler, Northway, O'Neill,
O'Neill, Outhwalte, Page, l'attorson,
Payne, Pearson, Pendleton, Perkins, Phil
lips, l'igott, Parscball, Powers, Prlce.Han
dall, Hay, ltayner. Heed, Hellly, Heyburu,
lilchardsof Ohio, Itltchlc, ltoblnson,
Busk, lliisscll ot Connecticut, Busscll ot
Geartdu, It) nn, Scbertnerhom, Scranton,
Settle, Shaw, Sherman, Sickles, Slpe,
fiuiltb, Somen), SiirtrytfeSssr, Sloppou
son, Slovons, C. W. Stoue ot Pennsylvania,
W, A. Stono ot Pennsylvania, Storur,
Stroug, Tnlbott, Tawuey, Taylor of Tenn
essee, Thomas, Trucey, Tucker. Turner,
UpdegrafT, Van Voorhls ot New York,
Van Voorhls of Ohio, Wndswortb,
Walker, Wnngor, Warner, Washlnton,
Wnugb, Weadock, Wells, Weaver, White,
Wilson ot Ohio, Wilson of West Virginia,
Wise, Wolverton, Woomer, Wright of
Massachusetts, Wright of Peuusylvsula
Shell of South Carolina, In favor of free
liver, wus vulrcd with Grahum of New
York opposed to it both Democrats. Not
netU'ly as much iuterest was takou in the
second vote which was ou the ratio of 17
to 1, The ilecl&lvo vote on tho 10 to 1
ratio seemed to dishearten tho silver men
and in place ot the (BUenti&n which was
paid to tho first was substituted a listless
ncss which spread throughout tho hall.
Such a majority against tho c.senco of tho
freo silver idenwas but a foreshadowing
of all tho other votes which nro given as to
totals In tho foregoing.
Tho vuto on tho Bland-Allison act
amondment wns another cruclnl test, but
it went ngainst tho silver men vory em
phatically, idthouMfc that amendment re
ceived tlio strongest support.
Then camo tho final vote, which Bai
ley of Toxas tried to stave off for n shntt
timo by offering an nmendmaut to repeal
tho parity clauso of tho Sherman act, in
tho hope that by so doing ho could rally
onto of tho gold men to his support and
thus weaken the friends of unconditional
repeal of the purchasing clause, but the
speaker ruled that this was not In order
pending tho demand for the engrossment
and third reading ot tho bill, and tho bill
was accordingly ordered to a third read
ing. Then Mr. Bailey raised the point that
there should bo a division of tho question.
Ono part of it repealed tho purchasing
clause nnd the other retained tho parity
clause. Thero should bo a seporato voto
on each. Hut again the speaker pointed to
tho declslvo ordr of the resolution uudor
which tho house was actlnu and held that
such separation could not bo had. Tho
voto was then takoa upon tho final pass
ago of the Wilson bill, and It wus passed,
)as 210, nays 110.
THE WEEK IN CONGRESS.
Dolngi In the Senate ami House of ltepre
Wabiiixoton, Aug. 21. Tho principal
vent nt the senate's session was tho rejec
tion ot Leo Mantle as a senator from Wy
oming. Tho vote was non-partisan, and
stood 35 to 80. Peffer's resolution for nn
inquiry whether the banks of tho east are
cashing depositors' checks or refusing to
do so was sent to the calendar, where it Is
likely to stay.
In tho housothe whole session was oc
cupied with the debato on silver, but the
only two speeches that roused any inter
est wero those of Cummings ot New York
and Cannon of Illinois. Tl.o houso hold
an evening session. The fcaturo of Can
non's speech was a defeuso of tho Sher
man act and opposition to its repeal.
Washington, Aug. 25. In the senate the
vlco prestdeuc appointed tho committee on
coinmemorutlou ot tho 100th anniversary
of tho laying of the corner-stono ot tlio
Capitol. Voorhecsls chairman. Tho mo
tion to reconsider tho voto declaring Leo
Mantles not entitled to a seat in tho seunto
wus taken up, but postponed forthuday.
Poller nud Allen made freusilver speeches.
The houso devoted tho wholo iluy to ilve
mtuute speeches the timo belnir, extend
ed in individual cases ou the Wilsuu bill.
The free silver men rallied thoso on tho
other sldo who had apparently changed
their views, notably McCteury, Cooper and
Dynuni, and thero was a good deal of fun
in tho house.
Wasiunotox.Aub. CO. Tho speech mndo
by Hill of New York In tho senate was re
Diarkablu in many respects. One ot these
was tho hostility to President Cleveland
shown all through it; another was that
the senator camo out tlatly ns a freo coin
ago man, nud even snld tlio rntio should
bo 15; to 1 instead of 10 to 1. The
Hat theory was fully indorsed. Tlio gold
dollar was worth 100 cents because It was
coined to bo worth that much; so would
the silver dollar bo under similar clrcum
stances. Coining nnd purchase were two
different things. Purchase implied price
and that mndo a thing n commodity.
Free coinage made money. He had n big
audlcuce. Stewart spoke next to a score ot
senators. Somo uninteresting legislation
was passed aud the senate adjourned to
Nothing sensational transpired in the
house. Aside from the speeches delivered
by Burrows aud Springer there wero nono
that commanded tho attention of the mem
bers nnd, indeed these two speeches were
not llstonod to with the interest thoy de
served. Washington, Aug. 89. Tho sonnte wa
not in session Saturday. In the house) the
party leaders had a Mold day. Reed road
& speech in which bo said that at the bot
tom of the preeeut situation was the
threatened chauge in tho tariff policy. He
did not argue In favor of one system of
tarltt or another, hut claimed that in the
rature of things his claim must becorreoU
He would vote for repeal rts a partial
remedy of the troubles existing. Bourko
Cochran xnado the best speech of the ses
sion on the anti silver side. Both he and
Bred wero loudly applauded. Bland re
plied to Coekrau, nud Wilson closed the
day debato with adefensoot tho bill. At
night there was n session which enabled a
large number ot mombera to say how they
Wawiinoton. Aug. 29. In tho senate
Stewart offered a resolution asking the
treasury whether there will ben deficiency
for the year and its probable amount. The
amendment to tho Voorhcen bank bill for
tho redemption of S per cent, bonds waa
defcated-29 to 23. Tho motion to recon
sider the vote refusing Lee Mantle n seat
was laid on tho table Ul to 2S so Mantle
caunot get into tho sonnte. The Voorhees'
bnnk bill was again taken up on an amend
ment by Cockrell allowing citizens to de
posit bonds with tho treasury and obtain
greenbacks for thorn, with the prlvllee ot
regaining tho bonds by paying back the
greenbacks, interest on the bonds to cease
mennwhile. No action, and tho senate ad
journed. In tho house tho votes on tho Wilson bill
took all day. Every proposition of silver
men was defeated by majorities averaging
over 100 and the Wilson bill passed 310 to
MUCH FIGHTING IN MEXICO.
factions aud Government Troops at War
and Many Killed.
EAOLE Pass, Tex,, Aug. 20. The polltl
ail excitement across the border in Mexico
Is causing much bloodshed. A tight took
place at Pinto Del Armen between the
Ualaulsts, ono of tho factions, and tho
Curdenluts, another taction, in which
forly-llvo wero killed, the Qnlsutsts losing
tho most heavily. Another tight occurred
between Sautu ltosa nnd Abosola.ln which
the government troops wero engaged with
the Cardeniits nud It is said that 120 were
left dead on the field. No particulars.
Hallway and City at War.
ASHLAND, Wis,, Aug. 8& The fight be
tween railroads and tho city of Ashland
reached a culmination when the street
commissioner took a force ot mon and
started cutting away the piling under the
railway trestles which have always been a
ur.euace to the main thoroughfare. In
junctions wero served, but too late to save
the trestles cutirrly, which ure iu u shaky
condition ns a result ot several piles being
WEEKLY CROP BULLETIN.'
i i t
Good ltnlns In the WcMern fttatei Tern
pernture Average. '
Washington, Aug. 80. The follow
ing crop bullolln was ls3Uod from tho
woathcr bureau for tho week ending
Illinois Temperature nbout normal In
northern, nud abovo in central and
slightly below in southorn portion; sun
shluo normal; almost ontlro nbsonco of
rain in tho north; below nonnnl in cen
rrul and abovo normal in southern por
tions; corn half crop; littlo fall plowing;
threshlmi almost completed; pastures
need tain; no fruit except grapes.
Iowa Tomporaturo, rainfall and sun
Bhino below normal; corn rapidly matur
ing; rain greatly needed for pastures and
Nebraska Vory favorablo weather;
good rain; quiet generally; corn, potatoes
and meadows show groat improvement;
fall plowing finished in somo localities
and is progressing finely in others;
winter wheat Beetling begun.
Kansas Rainfall ample; condition!
generally favorablo except in south
eastern part of tho state whoro crops
Oklahoma Tcmporaturo and sunshlno
bolow normal; abundant rainfall; hay
and corn in somo sections injured by too
much rain; farmers plowing nnd cutting
corn; early corn in tho markot.
Colorado Rainfall deficient, except
about normal over western portion;
about nvorago tomporaturo and sunshine;
harvesting general; grass injured by
drouth in northeast counties; but excel
lent in other sections.
Fxcecd the Original Ettlmnte.
Torr.KA, Knn Aug. 80. Requests
from western counties for seed wheat
conlinuo to pour in upon Secretary
Hondorson of tho state board of railway
commissioners. Tho .requests thus far
nro as follows: Ness, 80,000; faul,
14,000; Lane, 31,000; Wichita, 19,000;
Thomas, 23,000; Stanton, 8,000; Sheri
dan, 0,000; Ford, 0,000; total, 120,000
bushels. These aro all in excess of tho
original cstimntes aud if all tho othor
counties nro in this proportion tho
amount required will not bo less than
Itollcil llliu Iu Wheat.
Loxii Pink, Neb., Aug. 80. A num
lcr of masked men visited tho lodging
houso of an organ agont named "Cash"
Williams. They guvo him a thick coat
of tar and rolled him iu a carload of
wheat. After riding him on a rail they
ordered him to lcavo town at onco on
pain of instant death. His improper
advancos to a young ludy piovoked tho
Convicts Clet Employment.
Little Rock, Aug. 80. Airangcmcnts
wero made for tho leasing of COO con
victs to work ou tho levees ou tho Ar
kansas sldo of tho Mississippi river,
This will ninko tho stato prison self-sustaining.
Cut Hnhirlcs ou tho lllg I'our.
iNniANAi'ous, Aug. 30. It was an
nounced that tho Big Four will mako a
10 per cent cut in ull salaries that roucU
$100 or more a month, beginning with
Oyster IlciU 1'roniUo a Ureat Yield.
BitlDfii'.i'OUT, Conn., Aug. 80. Oyster-
men hnvo just completed tho examina
tion of tho beds in this vicinity and linu
n promising crop, Iargor than usual.
Springfield, Ills., Aug. 80. Reports
to tho stato board of live stock commis
sioners show that tho anthrax is rapidly
disappearing from Clay county.
Great Fear of Killing Frosts.
Buhlinoton, In., Aug. 80. The cold
weather now existing in this locality is
uncqualcd in years. Thero aro great
fears of killing frosts.
Cntirornla floht In Now York. ,
Nr.w Youk, Aug. 80. Tho treasure
train from Snn Frnncisco with $10,000,
000 in gold coin for tho New York sub
Tuesday's National League dame.
At Philadelphia Philadelphia, 7;
Pittsburg, 5; Taylor and Clements, Gum
bcrt, Enrle and Mack.
At Washington Washington, 8; Cin
cinnati, 1; Esper nnd McGuirc, King,
Chamberlain nnd Murphy.
At Now York New York, 4; St. Louis,
11; Baldwin and Boyle, Brcltcnstciu aud
At Brooklyn Brooklyn, 4; Louisville,
10; Haddock, Kennedy, Lachanco, and
Dnilcy, Stratton and Grim.
At Baltimore Baltimore, 9; Clove
lands, 7; Mullauo, Hawko and Robin
eon; Clarkson and O'Connor.
DAILY MARKET REPORT.
Chicago Drain and i'rovUlous.
" CntCAuo, Ann. sv. Wheat opened wak and
at the close was from H to o lower than
yesterday. Corn wns blither and more active.
Tho close wns ?fc higher. ' Oats ruled quiet
and weakor early, but firmed up later lu
sympathy with corn. Hor prnduuts worn less
active. There w as a nharp stmnp durliiK tho
lait H minutes nud the closo was TOo bolow
those ut yesterday for October pork, U3a lower
for lard aud 45a lower for in.
WHEAT-Auuust, iKc; September, MJic;
COHN-AiiKUt, STlfic; Heptembar, 37c;
OATH-Septcmber, 23Je; October, 24J4c;
May. !Mc. .
POllK-Septembvr, Sit 45; Octobor, fU.73.
LAItD-Scutumber, J 7.7 J; Octobel , W.70.
MBd-3sutombcr, S7.tt.'; October, S74U.
Chicago Llvo Stock-
Umon Srornt Yaubs. I
ClIIOA(Ji), Aus.W. f
CATTLn-neeelpts, 7,WH Cctnmaii to ex
tra steers, 2.?ri5.1!i; Mocker and fuodurs,
lU'.E.'iii.'l.'.'J; cons and hclfcr 9 j.UXil.'M.
HOUiJ-Hccrlpts, W.0U0. 11 avy. Ji''.taS.53;
mixed aud medium, $3.'A)!3ViG; lltfkt, SJ,4'ii
SUUEP-necclpts, 13.000. 1'oor to cUoloe,
$1.W3.U; lambs, fi.Wji.Ot.
South Omaha lilr Stock,
Bourn Omaha, Aug. -'O.-OATTLJl-Ito-relple,
-'.8ftl head; 13U0 to 150 lbs., $l.l(JHJ4,W;
11UU to Ml) Ibi., 9'J.9Ua4.ri;J0 to HOD JU-U. &J.0U
O3.R0; choice rows, $2.0 U.W; cuimuoa cows,
ll.ttiR2.U0; uood f coder,. 9J.80OU.15; coliuuou
feeders, JiJ)(a-.75. Mr.Ticet steady.
, UOU.S-lteuclpts. H.f W head; light. 5.20
S.U4; mixed, tiMQAti; heavy, aj.0646.aj.
91 atket l&o to aio hlgaar.
BlltEP-MUttbra, A.OOuo, Umbi, 9.0O4
UO. Markit steady. ,
Castorla is Dr.
mel Pitcher pi
It is Pleasant
Millions of Mc
nnd bowels, ;
toria is tho
" Castorla Is an eicellci
Heine for chit-
drco. Mothers have reps
Ay told mo ot Its
good effect upon their eh
" Castorla U the best!
ir for children ot
which I am acquainted.
r J consider the real
far distant when mother
interest ot their chlldrci
k use Castorla In-
stead ot thevarlousqui
U strums which iro
destroying their lorcd oi
I y forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syi
itAad other hurtful
tM thereby seeding
'; ftj F. KntcntLot,
agents down their tht
them to premature grai
JMM it tpUt
fall out when
in. miisiewiDwuifwjia Ir7 ..
' drafttet etaaoe
on receipt of price,
' South Fifth
It is with satisfd
Inn that tho Bur-
linirton itouto ml
ng tins years
The dateB whiol
lave been uzed
for theso excursion
Ire August 22,
' 10. On them.
Sept. 12, and Octj
all railroad ngontsj
lit of St. Louis
and Chicago will bc
to Burlineton Itouto Htatlons-inNK
braska, Kansas, Colorado, South Da
kota and Wyoming, at extremely low
rstos. Tickets will ho good for 20
days and will admit of stop-over on
tho going trip at any point west of
tho Missouri River,
rrheso facts brought to the notico of
tho residents of the u liferent states
reached by tlio Burlington Itouto in
order that thoy may inform their
friends in tho East that, during tho
next few months, threo unequalled
oppurtunitics of coming West will
Tho Passongor Department of the
Burlington Itouto will gladly aid tho
peoplo of tho towns iilonp; its lines in
their c florin to induce Eiustorn poo
plo to avail thomsolves of tho advan
tages of thrso homescekcra' excursions.
Tho undersigned on request, will not
only mail t any desired address a
supply of advertising matter, but tin
will also bo.p'.cascd to put interested
parties in tho way of obtaining tho
mobt favorable ratis of furr.
Gen'l I'asa'r Agent Burlington Itouto
A Wcbotor county farm, of 1(J0 ucich,
with well tlniaheil fritma Iioupc, ptahhi,
10() ucres fenced in to pnfituro, over 30
bond cif cattle, ovor 40 hof,'B, over !!00
busliEls of corn,' oflur till fur it ohorttuuu
for tho Hinnll sum ot &'-',100. A gnod
prnirio farm ot ICO iicrcu with no iin
nioveniontH, price iUiOTiO, Ho uurc in
Jewel county. KtuiBiw, 01,100. 80 ucres
in Jowol county Kiiiikiih, P1,:J00. Im
proved Webster eoun.ty furiu of 100 acres,
prico 'J,000. Qkokok O. .Yuiheii, ngt,
Itod Cloud, Nob.
9500 Fart ii lamiiH.
I can mako a few $500 oliolco
loans just now. J. II. llnlloy,
Professional liunbjrs in laying In pup
piles for a lonu hunt take, llrat, '.'0 ;il
Iouh saake lilto cui.'c, -ml,l jiound of
ornckers, nd, 10 gallons Hnako bite mire,
and 1th, i ilozuu bottleu nt lliillur'n
Hure Cure CoukIi Hyrup, For salo by
Doyo & Qrlco. '
All kinds of Bee nuppliea at A. Mo
hart's. Suoh oa sectione, emokors and
Iption for Infants
neither oVam. Morohlne nor
... i . ....'.
it is a armiCM substitute
Soothing Syruk, and Castor Oil.
sraarantee is thiHT Tears use by
i iira. Caitorta deatrnvaVrnrma Riul n.11av
lUtorla prerents YomVlng Sour Curd
u ana wina colic, csstoria roueTcs
constipation Vnd flatulency.
food, rcarulatcs the stomach
healthy and natural sleep. Cos
's Panacea tlio Mothers Friend. '
" Castorla is so well adapted tochtldren that
I recommend it as superior to any proscription
known to mc."
II. A. Annus, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
" Our physicians In ths children's depart
ment haTO spol.cn highly of tholr experi
ence in their outsldo practice with Castorla,
and although we only have amoug our
medical supplies what Is known as regular
products, yet we aro free to confess that the
merits of Castorla has won us to look with
favor upon It."
Uxitid llosrrru. amdistsmsabt,
Alms C. Sirrrn, Pre.,
Mnrrar Street, New York tlty.
U the eondlUan of yours? X your hair try, harth,
at tht ends? Jtat it a llfelcf appear ant t
corniest or brttihtdt It it full cfdandtufT
i tfyour ymptcm be teamed in time or you wilt become
BOOT HAIR GROWERS
nn imA. Hm KtMAmtHntt I. nnt.n uAM.nt. tint tha nwnlt of icientinsn-
KnowlMlMof the dlteiMSot thebalrandseatpledtaUodlscoTery oceaw
Emm ItBViMlmMHAnnt.in. llh. mlfl.V, nnPflllL Ifc III BOl & IJTfl. DUE
ptuUr cooling- and rerreaiiins Tonw. Br ftuxmiatlng tae toUlcles,iiatope
Kwp the scalp cfian, beilthyand free frost Irritating eruptions, by the ese
BCttroj. vunwido mm.
a wncnjtcn o bih. uttrvv
suppir yon, arad dlnet to m, ana we wilt forward
oteirar, aiwcer eeuei eioremw. mvv rwiw
nrvnm mat mm rrjnnrcD rn "v.
nvm xuvii xiaii uixuvrutv w
Ave., New York, N. Y.
A nice linu or
CiiMVi uimI collar uiiIIomm, ncclt
cliiilns, lace plus, hllck plriN,
Platcil onil mild s'llvurwurn, souvenir snooin.
pes I hamilc-a KnUcs ami fork. cui . 12.
calllnffcard c.isiH, lion lmu i(,T,.s iin "f iiilu-r
novpltU-i,. A linu llnonr siioelnelos mi so
Klnsso w II, liiii.,.li:ii,;.li,lu oitti'S sti'l, p1VJ
SmTsV;,"i!,'"5,M,",! l,,:it y,Hlr "w ola
Henry j'cok'h Brw Store.
Sewing - Machines
8. JE7. C02S,U)
Has a fino lino of Sowing Ma
cliinus and Organs iVom 25
Also KecpMill ItliHiM r mnchliio
stippllcn. lioea ropairhtsr
ZUJzfajaM&y . .
.. I H-i Ml.JMi i .if
Powered by Open ONI