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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 2ft, 1894.
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Hih'Ii neiicis per line ur una s'.u e, iiifi
publication fi cents.
'inm'eiit Rpccl.nlo, ra)all Invariably In ad
vance, 1 .rllim lucent.
All ir.inin;' notice In the nature of mhortlso
menti r pun i, f. rents tier lino.
Leprt t otlevs nt If-nl intM, f. for n u.iro
(leu Inri ot Nnnp.ircll ur les,) llr.it putillciitlon
$1.(0; f.ruieli subsequent publication, per
(ini.irc. W) ecu's.
IN'n 'itrcfetied poslllen" contracts tnnue.
All matter to insute publication mint be re
cclod nt tills office not later tlnin Wednesday.
Advertisements cm not b ordered out tur
tlio current week litter than Thursday.
IS. A: HI. 11, ES. Time Tublc.
Taking elTect Dec, 3.
Tralnscntrjlim I'uesciib'eM leave ltcd Cloud as
1!ASr VIA HASTINGS.
No. 1(2 l'asseiihcr to Hasting 2:30 p. m.
No. HI rnosenser Irani llnstliig 11:35 a. m.
No. 10, rariiar to St. .lostpli 8t.
Louis mult Iiichuo d;illv lo:2Aft.in,
No. IB ra.ciiiiri tor Denver, dally. 6:55 p. m
ALL PRINTED AT HOME
I tL' .NIX ESS cMtns.
11. J. S. EMNJU,
Red .Cloud, - - NEnnASKA.
Over T)tor'N I'uruKuro Ntore.
Kxtracts teutli without pain.
Crown mill hrliltio work a specialty,
l'orcrlulti Inlay, ami nil kinds of cold fllllni.
Slakes uold and rubber plates mid combination
All work guaranteed to bo first-class.
I W. TULLEYS, M. D.
Rett Cloud, iVcbrusKti.
(inicooppoltu Vlrst National Dank.
U. H.I'.xiimlnliiK hurgeon.
Cltronlo diseases treated by mall.
r L. WINFREY,
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
Will attend sates nt reasonable figures. Satis
I II. SMITH,
RED CLOUD, NEBRARKA.
I do a strictly fnrra Insurance and invite
nil to soo me.
ltfASE & MoNITT,
' A TTOllNEYS AT LAW.
Moon 13r.ocic, - RED CLOUD, NEB.
Collections promptly attended to, and
r V TllUNKEY,
Attorney at Law.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Omen Up stairs, in Moon Block,
4th Avendi:, Red Cloud, Nebbabsa.
First-cluRs bnrbera and llrst-olaea work
unrnntocd G ivo mo a call
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
I Rive my personal attention to my
patron. First class shaving and hair
cutting u specialty.
(lorniau liisiumice Co , Ireeport, III.
ltojal lusuiaucf Co., Liverpool, KnKland.
Homo Flrn Insiiranen Co., of Oinalia. Nebr.
I'lurnlx AssimiiH-u Co. ot London, Kiir.
To Manchester Klro AhSiirancoCo of ruulanil.
(luardlau AssuinncoCo.,or lindon, Kiik
IliirlliiKton InsuraucoCo. or UurlliiKton, Iowa.
Urltinh Aintilea Assurniu'u tlo. Toronlo, Can.
Mutual ItesBivo I'mnl Lite Assu.of N. Y. , ,
Tlio Workmun HuIUIIuk and Loan Association
ot Lincoln, Nebraska.
Ollico over Mizor'a Store.
Run Ct.oun, NKiinMKA
C. E. Putnam,
COWI.E8, - NEHHASICA.
Phoenix Insurance Co.
St. Paul Bankers Life
All business intrusted (o liiru will bs
AoiU'U lo 'I'euelters.
Notiro is liorcby given that I will
examine all persons who may desire
to oiler themselves us candidates for
teachers oftho public sohools of this
couuty, at lied Cloud on Uio third
tiaturdny of cnuli month.
Special examination) will bo held
on the Friday proeooding the 3d Sat
urday of each month.
The standing required for 2d and
3d grade certificates is the gamo no
grado bolow 70 per cent., average 80
per cent; for first grade certificate
rj grade below 80 per cent., averapo
&&),') per eont. in all branches required
D. M. Hontib, County Supt.
filll! I T! XN rinirrli terrier Sundav at Wiffi
y n in mill Tropin sunlivclinii.ttiiuori
1 m O I! nt G.3u p in ami Y I' rt (5 K Jnnlars at
ri()V(lliKii.rioNV. riiuicli-ServlcMnt lot
l n III. til l 7 n'i lilt HillKlnvMitin.it At II 3A
t m. I' s - k :.t n v p in iitiil V 1' B 0 K Jun-!-
it 4 n in
lI.IMilNt . j.;i,t, -cnirp nt I0.3H a. ro
lllill" !. III. I llMOHll I.CMIIC? IllClW p.
in HiiimI-i sc'iiml nt II -xi ti. in.
1,11'MvOIMI, I iiiiirii-Snnlcrs
--' n l, Iiyniipiiliiitiirnt,
I I nir.lSVN nimeli-Kvnry llilr.l Siuidiy
' iii'iri'lnii nt in ii Vinck.
( j "M.:M'i...rci,-eiceiiynm.oi.t.nent.
AI'IISI Clitirili-So rcKtikir services, Sun
' il.n chihil(iiaular)ntiioon. II Y I U at
Rii p in
(MIArr.lr-si.nd.n school at 3 p m mery Snn-
J) U WKacliTiTtefnati Tuesday evening. "
11 HN Ailliein Loilg .No $C; 10 O KevervMon
iALANTIIi:i.ocU'eNo20, KiiIkIiIs of l'ythtus
1 I'D Cloud I.mljo No COS . Modern Woodmen
,v nf America nltenmtn Wednesday nvenlnn
VALLEY UmIuo Nofi, I'laternal Order of 1'ro-
tMCtors, III it and third Monda of each
MIAIItlY LmlKH No m A V and A M each
' I'rlduvpM'iilfit on or befuro tlio full mnnu.
I J lili Cloud Chapter No la, H A M alteruati
11 'Ihurstlav eveulnu'.
lYHHN'K Comnmiiilery No it alternate Thurs
v iiiv I'Veiilns.
IHIAIHTV Cluptrr Kustorn Star
natu TueMlni eveiilni:.
No 47 alter
GJAltl'ILi.li rnstNiisoUA It Monday oven
' U)'i on or before tlio full moon.
GAHIMKI.Ii W It O No 11 meets nllcrnato Sat
AfAKY yr.r.lW Mnlir.NItYTentNoUDaiii!ht-"-
on of Veterans Monilaveveiilnir.
HH KAL12Y Cuinp NoVB, a of V Tuesday eve
tJllltltMAN Clrole No 3, ladles of the OAK
u tlrst and third Saturday evening.
UKI) CLOttD Council No 18 LoyalMystlo Lex
. Ion ot America tlrst Biid third Friday eve
nlns. " EMfcSflTOlf
Are Hi? Ir.' i'dt and tno:t ucccifulrcclatlit And
i l(,ne ji'i l.clr-
.sy l llcmnrklle re-
e,l our treatment.
Many yours of
arleu uiul tuccrs
Initio unif)f mm.
tlio tnctliixlt that
j,'ji3wiio are urrenn
ou Hi ami cxcent
' . ' . -'-.Vft ' I I -. Li'''.tf"',""B ui
ytellijwa and the
'tiiif, Hriirn u innr
OK . i'. I A"'c.fJ'r contempt or
"i.Js.'ife-v-s rnnlon,. lent
toitiir.rnr.li'O tnnll piltcnt. It llicy ran pomiltily
to rcaiorcil, our utvu ezelualvo treutment
VO'.ir.l Don't you want to get cured of that
ueultnci wlllui treatment that you can uo at
Iiiiiuo wltlnut Initrumcni"? Our wonderful treat
incut ha cured ttticrs. Why not you Try It.
rAT.Vt'.:tn..nn.t illacasca of tlio Sktn.nieod,
lkart, Liver and Kidney.
HtTlIIT.M-Tlionvwtriplit.aare and effecttvo
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We l.ivo cured cares of Chronic llncaiet that
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itta and iiiedlcul InMltutra.
-mrvICi:.Mr..1IIir.Utluttliero la hope
for Vu.i. Uunmiil nu oilier, na j on may waito vuluahle
time. Obtain our treatment ut once.
Itcwarenf freo and cheap treatments. We Rive
the but undmou aclentlllc treatment nt moiterat
firlccf nslowm ein to ilono fur nale and alilllful
rcannent. I'ltr.t: conmilliitlon nt thuolllroor
hy mull. Tliorouitli exnmliintlvn and careful dlair
nols. A homo treatment ran lie Riven lunmnjorlty
of cue, t-end for, hyiiiptoni Illank No. lfurjtcnt
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ponilenciinnawcred promptly. Ilunlneinatrlcllycon
nilentlal. Lntlro trealinent aent freo from olnera
lluu. liefer to our patients, hanks and builncn met
DR. HATHAWAY & CO.,
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(tip Blalrn.) NT. .HlWfPll. MO.
, 1011 IIT1IEIIREX. Thi, rlM4f
'K lin llyttd illreellr to th. iwt A
lhw diMiMl of tliUnlto-Urlnirf Or.
'" rmulr.i tio chsnr of dl.t a
nau,Mui, tucrcurlttor pulonous me4
Iclncto U Uktn InUroaUr. Wata
AS A PREVENTIVE
by cither in It U lmpnnltiU locoDtnel
any vtncrul Uluw Imt In Uit cut of
" TX BE jriS tM " c"r0 rrc9 ''' m'"' i"'1
9 1 ler box, or 0 box,, w K
I'or .Sale liy Ioyo &. Grlce.
LADSrES DO VOO KNOW
CD. FELIX LC BRUN'S
STEEL UliO PElillYBOYBL FILLS
nro tlio oriRlunl nr.d only FKKNCII, enfoandre
llnlilocnro on tlio mnrltet. l'rico$1.00j cent by
mall. Uouuiuo uold only by
Vmv Sale by Dyo &, Orlee.
HiDOif 8 BFODio-celers.
RnUnillit rnratlvanqent far h'urvona or Blck
Hdudachn. Ilrilln llliulmtlrtn. KlAj.ltlAu.nHU.
xx'ul or teiif i nl heurnlitlai b)m (or jllieu-
malum, tiuut, Klduay liUordera, Acid U;a
llln. Aiiirniln. Aiillilols for Alcoholla
r.nd other oiwmm, l'rlce, ID, tSund&UGeuta.
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161 S,W tUrn Atin.1, CHtCAM.
v ? JXWs
".. Ji'jVr'IS coiiiniiior Ml Bit
S , .- .y-ffh V'Vi&El . iVlinvo weak, umlc-
''.'J'O' '?vCiS3V', cliipeil or ll-
.' ' .i .ii'tsSi-JW.4lrpilin:il orcuni. or
Mijaacjit rtf atrmjKwmmmmiMjMamnaKmmi
INTO A DEATH TRAP.
-ATE OF A KOREAN WHO DODQED
ASSASSINS FOR TEN YEARS.
A Consplrntnr I.tired t'roin lllfi l'laeo of
Coiup.tratlvii Security liy tlio 1'roiulan of
Money mid l'olltleitl I'owit -A True Story
na Startling ns One of (luliorlan'n.
Onborinu ncvrrwioto mletoctivo nov
el that liml in it n nioro Pturtlinir htory
of criminal mivciiii Hum him tlio follow
ing true story from China. Tho luwos
simition tit Hliaii;liul of Kim Ok Kim,
tho Koroan cotjiirator, wrw tlio climax
of 10 ycai-rf of nlooplosM pitrstilt of this
refugeo by euiitisurieri of tho Korean gov
It Koeiim tb.it Kim, who was tho lend
er in tlio Seoul palaeo plot of 1881 mid
fled to Japan to avoid denth, recently
received letters from nu old Koroan exilo
in Shanghai offering to pay him largo
sum that had boon duo many years if
ho would go to Shanghai. About tho
BOino timo Kim received nn invitation
to go to Shanghai from Lord Li, former
ly Chinese- minister to Japan, specially
instructed by Viceroy Li Hung Chang.
This step was taken by tho viceroy, it
is nssnuu'd, owing to tho increasing in
llucueo of Hussiii in Korean affairs, and
ho felt tlio necessity of an nlHonco with
Japan iw setoff ngainst tho encroach
ments of Russia. For this reason tho
attitude of China townrd Japan in con
nection with Korean matters has beoomo
much milder of late, ns may bo in
stanced in tho appointment of n much
more easy going minister in tho plnco
of Yuan, tho lato representative of
China in Japan. With this ehnngo of
policy tho support given by China to
tho Ming family has sensibly declined,
and their iuflueuco has in consequenco
wnned. Lonl Li intended to hnvo hold
a conference with Kim, with tho idea
of drawing np n programme of progress
ive party politics which it was proposed
to introduce again into Korea.
Kim saw tlio means of gaining n
small fortuno and of increasing his pres
tige with China nnd Japan. Ho saw
that tho latter might lead to his return
to power. So ho ignored tho daugor and
started for Shunghni. Whether tho ns
snssin accompanied him is not known,
but tho dny after ho reached Shanghai
Kim was killed in a foreign hotel.
Tho assassin, Kwo Sho, was caught
and held for trinl. Ho belongs to a fam
ily said to have hold nn ofllcinl position
for generations in tho peninsular king
dom. Ho canto to Japan in 1888, nl
most rosourccless, and earned a difficult
livelihood by vnrlons devices. Never
theless in 1800 ho managed to procure
money for a trip to Europo, whero ho
spent thrco years, often encountering
great hardship, but always finding
menus to llvo without recourse to char
ity. Returning to .Tnpau, ho showed n
keen interest in politics. Thoso who
know him best declare ho is an ndveu-
turer who would uudertnko any crime
for sufllcicnt reward.
On tho snmo dny that Kim was killed
a plan was dovlsed for murdering Bokn
Ei Ko, another Korean who had solicit
ed f nnds for a school in Tokyo for train
ing Korean youth. Ono of tho studonts,
Tal Gen, told his fellows that ho had
been ordered by Li Itsu Shoku, a Ko
rean, who claimed to hnvo instructions
from tho king nt Seoul, to murder Bo
ku. Tho lad hesitated becauso tho vic
tim had been good to him. Li and the
6tndouts wero arrested.
After Kim lied from Korea ropentod
efforts wero made by tlio Korean govern
ment to procure his cxtrnditiou, but tho
Jnpaneso foreign ofllco refused to enter
tain nny such demand, obviously op
posed, as it was, to tho practico of civi
lized nations. For n timo tho rofugco
was prudent enough to avoid any act
that might shake tho Jnpaneso govern
ment's decision or endanger his own
privilego of asylum. But as timo went
by ho acquired nssurnnco and began, or
was supposed to hnvo begun, fresh do
signs ngainst tho public pcaco of tho
country. Tho Japaueho authorities had
then to choose between running tho risk
of troublesomo complications with
Koron, or ordering Kim to leavo Japan,
or removing him to homo plar where
his machinutious would bo practically
powerless. Tho tlrst of thoso conrsos
would hnvo been plainly uustntcsmnn
liko, tho second would hnvo involved
Kim's death, and tho third wns open to
several objections. Nevertheless tho
last course was chosen. Kim was sout
to tho Bonin islands. Hero ho lived a
comfortnblo and unoventf ul lif o for some
Finally it was decided that tho cli
mato of tho Bonius did not agrco with
Kim, nnd ho wont to Tokyo. An im
pression constantly prevailed nmoug tho
Jnpaneso thnt Kim could novcr rost
without making somo final attempt to
carry but tho programmo which failed
so signally in 1881. It is said that in
his early days ho thrco times dissipated
tho wholo of his resources in gambling,
nnd that his speculative tendency did
not disappear, but only took u different
direction in later years.
In his own country nnd in China ho
was always rcgardod ns n factor of po
tential mnguitudo in tho oriental ques
tion. Tho anxiety of his government
abont him was shown by ropoatcd at
tempts to got possession of his person,
and oven, it is rumored, by moro than
ono commission to nssossinato him.
A man of considernblo attainments
and wido erudition, ho possessed also
tho gift of winning not only confldonco,
but sympathy. Dnriug his rosidenco in
Japan whero ho went by tho namo of
Iwatn Shuknku, woro tho Jnpaneso cos
tamo and spoko tho Jnpaneso languago
fluontly ho mndo tho acquaintance of
many foreigners. Now York Telegram.
Chummy So there has boon no haz
ing in your collcgo this year?
Soph No. At tho boginuiiig of tho
term tho prcnideut announced that ono
of tho freshmen was an ox-cowboy, but
ho refused to toll which one it Wft.
rvr. , . . .v it
HIS AWFUL THREAT.
Thnt Hint About Another Rtory Itrouglit
tho Weleonie Quarter.
"Gentlemen, ' said a smooth looking
man to tho crowd in thn cigar store, "I
saw a fnnnv thing today. "
"What was it?" asked throo of tho
crowd at tho same time.
The smooth looking man loaned
against a showcoso nnd-bcgnn: "I was
going down the street this afternoon,
nnd as I was passing tho postoflleo I
hoard quite it racket inside. 1 went in.
Thero was one of tho big Irish women
who Fcrub out dancing around iu tho
middle of tho lobby with a pair of box
ing gloves ou her hands She was hit
ting ont iu nil directions nnd had al
ready floored a couplo of men. An alarm
was sent in, nnd pretty soon tt police
man cntno running down and arrested
her. Just ns he was aliout to haul hor
out to the patrol box that stands on tho
corner near by n dignified looking man,
stepped out of tho crowd nnd said, 'Lot
that woman go. 'Why should I lot Iter
go?' asked tho policomnu. 'Because the
United "tatos government says that Bho
con do what she has been doing. ' 'I
don't catch on, ' replied tho policeman.
'Thou rend thatl' shouted tho dignified
looking man, pointing to tho sign ou
tho wall. Tlio policeman turned and
rend n sign, 'Letter Box.' "
Tho smooth looking man stopped hero
and looked around expectantly. No one
Aftor a depressing silenco for a couplo
of minutes onoof tho party said, "Well,
what's tho Joke?"
"Why," said tho smooth looking
man, "Letter box lot her box, soo?
Lether box, meaning tho woman
who had on tho boxing gloves."
Thero was a succession of dismal
groans, nnd every ono snvo tho dork
walked out into tho night Aftor all
had gone tho smooth looking man turned
to tho clerk and snid hurriedly: "Say,
boss, I didn't moon nothing by thnt I
only wonted to got a chauco to talk
with you in private."
"What do yoa want?" asked tho
Tho smooth looking man npproaehod
him and said hoarsely, "I only want a
"Well, you don't got it "
Tho smooth looking man's fnco took
on a hard expression. "Then I will toll
you another story," ho said firmly.
"Not on your lifo, youwon'tl" shout
ed tho clerk, producing tho desired coin.
And that is tho way ono man got his
drinks. Buffalo Express.
"Sacred" Water Analyied.
A sciontiflo analysis has latoly boon
mado in England of tlio Zcm-Zom water
from tho sacred woll at Mecca, which,
according to tho Arabs, is tho woll that
tho nngol showed to Hagar, and whoso
water saved tho lifo of Iuhmaol. After
reading tho results of this analysis ono
cannot wonder that pilgrims who drink
tho water aro frequently attacked by
Tho specimen examined, which was
hermetically scalod in tin bottles 40
years ago by Sir Richard Burton during
his visit to Mecca iu tho disgniso of a
dorvish, coutniued 00 grains of chlorino
to tho gallon. Water which contains so
littlo as 0 grains of chlorino to tho gal
lon is ordinnirly regardod as scarcely fit
for human consumption.
Moreover, iu tho caso of tho Zcm-Zom
woll, it is bolioved that tho chlorino
originates from tho custom of pouring
tho water over tho pilgrims and allow
ing it to run back into tho woll. Tho
sacred water was found to possess nn
extraordinary degroo of "hardness,"
thrco times ns great as that of avorago
water. It also hold SO times as much
ammonia compounds as drinking water
No bacteria woro discovered, but this
is accounted for by tho fact that tho
water had remained for so long a timo
sealed up iu entire darkness. Forty
years of such confinement had complete
ly sterilized it, but tho chemical im
purities remained. Youth's Compan
ion. Mood an a Medicine.
"Lot mo havo thrco ounces of that
bottled blood quick I" bids fair yet to
becoino a not uncommon order iu tho
corner drng store. According to n woll
known Philadelphia physician, stnrtling
progress has toon mndo iu blood healing,
or hematherapy. "Blood is not only
life, " ho doclarcs, "but lives itsolf in
dependently. It is a highly organized
living tissuo simply in tho transition
state. It can bo mndo to livo apart from
tho body indefinitely in perfect condi
tion nnd cny.thon bo u turned into nny
tissuo by nny opening r.t tiny timo, when
it will instantly rcsumo its full creativo
activity. It can oven bo swallowed
when tho patient, suffering from drain
ing of blood or hemorrhages, can tako
no other drink. Death from blood star
vation will ono day bo exceedingly raro
indeed, ami theso corked up vital corpus
cles will bo used not only for immi
nently dangerous but for intractablo
lingering cases." Philadelphia Record.
A Woman' I'atent.
Letters patent hnvo been taken out by
a woman iu Madison, N. J., for an im
provement in envelopes. Tho invention
consisU in printing a small dovico of nny
shapo on tho under side of tho flap of tho
gummed envolopo iu n sensitive fluid,
stable when dry, but which will run or
spread ou tho application of steam or
tnoistyro, thereby showing at onco thnt
the letter has been tampered with. Tho
government has recently invited in
ventors to submit their ideas for some
means of detecting tho unlawful opening
of scaled letters. Washington Star,
Kchoci of an Altercation.
"Ent Antonio cnunot possibly hnvo
said any such thing!"
' 'I assure you ho oxpresscd himself
precisely iu thoso terms."
"And I ropcat that it is out of the
question (getting excited). Woro you
present when ho said it?"
"Very woll, thou; I was present whsn
he didn't. "Motto da Ridere.
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Tho furnituro Man hns
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(Successor to S. E. Cozad.)
Ho is prepared to furnish you with an clegnnt organ or
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He will ninko you most nny terms to suit you.
IIo will do your repairing cheaply.
Headquarters for all kinds of supplies for machine repairs
IN S1Y OLD STAND, OPI'OSITL WIENERS.
The City Restaurant and Confectionery
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accepted as the
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Address THE CHIEF,
Red Cloud, Neb.
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